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MNDFOttD TSIATFi TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OR MOON, Wl'WNKSDAY. NOVIWHWU t, 1011.
ITALY TO INCREASE
READY FOR RACE
November 8 Is Named as Date for
Caucus to Name Candidates for
Election In JanuaryFull Ticket
Will Be Put In Field.
GO ON STAGE
TO BE ERECTEO
Sampson to Build Plant Near Vnor
hecs to Supply Vnlloy Has Hcro
toforo Operated a Plant at Grants
Over $200,000 in Specie in Express
Car hut It Is Not Found by Ban
dits Government Makintj Bin
CLAIM UP AGAIN
Congressional Committee Again In
vestigating Claim of Heirs of Not
ed Leader for $386,000 Out of Chi
nese Indcmity Fund.
Unless Turkey Submits Now She Will
Eventually Bo Forced to Grant Ital
ians Far More Territory Than Is
Asked for N6w.
Reported That Manager of "In Old
Kcnjucky" Has Offered Local Col
ored Champion a Job With His
Boys Bohavcd Themselves Very Well
Indeed and Although They Had
Plenty of Fun They Caused hut LIU
tie Damano In City.
JtOMT, Nov. 1. Official nn
nouucontenl wnp inntio by the cnbinct
loilny that unlos-j Tinkoy comes to
lurniH Italy will inovciiso her terri
tory (luninmta nRainet tbu Saltan.
U is boliovol tl.c cabinet lies lo
Oiiled uikiu a plnn to seize llio Turk
'I'lio foreign office ohnvuotemos s
absurd tlio Constantinople, report
thtll General Caiieva has boon cap
tured. It declares Italy lias not had
u uothnok since the war opened.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okln.. Nov. 1.
fe-Deolnrlng his marriage with Edna
Goodrich vWaa n "frame-up" and "a
Motherly Interest proposition," Nat
(toodwln, Jioro to presont a now play,
Bet tlio tongues of society posslpors
wagging today. Tlio thrice divorced
Goodwin declares that all his mar
rhigo ventures wcro purely business
Ji KM PUiy. Twin., Nov. 1.-Holding
up the wittdbottud lloek island
mail and express train at Arkansas
Junction, nerose the MtMssippi from
here earl y today, two masked rob
bers blew the afo in the express ear
and eenitcd bat without nnv loot..
The bandits nre believed to lme
had inside iiifortnatiou rugunliiiK the
largo amount of eaMi on board the
train. The United Stales expre
eompnny was making a shipment of
.$'2110,000 in four packages of $30,
000 each and several other eoueoniK
were also shipping specie on the
same train, but the robbers overlook
ed this. ,
GRASS VALI.KV. Cat. John Hays
Hammond, ambasador, diplomat and
famous mitring engineer is "fired''
from Qunrtx l'arlor of the Native
Sons because a friend forgot to pay
WASHINGTON, 1). C. Nov. 1. -The
houses committee on expendi
tures in the tle department has re
sumed today its bearings on the pay
ment of the General Ward claim for
$:1SO,000. which former Secretary of
State John W. KoMor obtained after
leaving the cabinet, front the Chin
ou boxer indemnity fund.
Secretary Foster is alleged r
have received half of he sum as his
fee. He was the flrt witness called.
He admitted that bis personal influ
ence had something to do with Gen
eral Frederick Ward's heirs getting
the money from the boxer indemnity
fund, based on General Ward's, work
in China. Ward, who was n soldier
of fortune, was killed during the
Taiping revolution in 1S02.
Home prosperity depends npon
home Industry, and stato-wido pros
perity will be greater if factories
The local sooinliMs arc already
preparing for the nJuunry uity elec
tion uud plan to have a full ticket it'
the race. On next Wednesday even
ing they will bold their caucus attd
decide upon tltoir candidates.
The souilaists stale that they will
lutll the heaviest vole in their his
tory in Mcdford in January. lal
year they succeeded in electing a so
cialist to the city council.
Street Car Tickets Cheaper.
SKATTLK, Wn.. Nov. I. The Se
utile electric light company after a
long drawn out fight, must sell '23
tickets for $1 on its cars us well as
at isolated places about lite city. The
city council passed an ordinance to
this effect muiiu time ago and Mayor
Dillon vetoed it .lnst night the
council passed it oxer his bead.
Hasklns for Health.
Kveit if duck Johnson docs not de
feat t'hauipccu Chick, thr west hide
mav lose their pride just the same as
it has been rumored urottttd thai
Chick might become a leader of the
cullud pickiuinny hank which is now
in town playing in "Old leittuck",
Chick says, "If nh licks dis etc
Johnson boy, tilt gttoos ah hcllnh
vroes on the stage, whcte dere nut lots
ob money wattitt fob me."
This morning was the first time
Jack Johnson had anything lo say,
and he cut it very shert: "Jes you tell
Mistah Chick it am his farewell, tlass
Scats now on sale at the Nash hotel.
SAN JOSK, Oil.--A six-page so
cialist daily newspaper is soon to he
started here in mi effort to help San
Jose to follow the lead of Berkley)
by electing a socialist mayor.
Mill Very little dagainu was done
by thu hoyrt of Mcdford Tuesday
night. Hallowe'en passed of quietly
and only harmless pranks were in
ditlged in. It was the quietest even
ing in years,
A large number of paities weie
gien and enjoyed.
Destroys Liquor Craving
IlruiikeiincHH Is a progressive ills
case; tho moderate drinker In not
satisfied with two or three drinks a
day; tho craving for more nnd uioro
becomes irrcHlHtlhlo as (ho disease ad
vances; thu result Is Chronic Alco
holism. Tho treatment iihciI successfully by
thousands right In their own homes
Is On loo. It Is sold with tho under
standing that if it does not benefit
after a trial, wo refund your money.
II, ('. Sumpson of Grnnln Pass ban
leased u in u I of laud near tint Vnor
bees crossing south of this city uud
intends to erect thereon a spray
factory In supply tho orchards of the
Mr. Sampson ban been hi biuiliioHd
at Grants I'iihh for sonic your past,
11AI.TIMOUK, Mil., Nov. I. Hour
Admiral l'ott. U. H. N., retired, Is
deserted by his third and last daugh
ter, Miss I'YnnroM Potts. Despite his
protests Miss 1'otts today followed
her two sisters Into a convent to ho
come n C.artitollto nun.
Orilue No. 1 Is tho secret remedy;
Orrliio No. a Is for those willing to
tnlco tho treatment. Hither form
costs $1.00, if you aro Interested
ennui in and we'll Kindly toll you
ahoitt tho good OltltlNM In doing.
Ask 'for free booklet.
I.cou W. Ilnslcliis. a 1 1 K. Main.
ECOND WEEK OF ANNIVERSARY SALE
Having had numerous requests by customers to continue pur ANNIVERSARY SALE until after the first of the
month, we have decided to run it another week and have added new special values for this week. This has been a most
satisfactory sale to us also surely to our patrons as we have given some real bargains and will continue to do so as
our stock is large and varied; also much new merchandise is coming in which is being most temptingly priced.
I; IMS I
Of which will he displayed in our show window over
Sunday many beautiful models, all of which are spe
cially priced for the Anniversarv "Sale. Regularly
priced at $35,00, $-12.50, $50.00 to $60.00, ANNIVER
SARY SALE $27.50, $35.00, $42.50 to $49.50
One of very special mention is an all wool serge and
diagonal cloth, kiniona sleeve, high waist line piped
with velvet and velvet button trimmed; colors navy
blue, brown and black. ANNIVERSARY SALE $13.95
OTHER DRESSES AT FROM $10.00 to $35.00
AT ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICES
Three very special prices at $15.00, $19.50 and $29.50.
The line of Tailored Suits at $15.00 are models that
regularly sell at from $18.50 to $22.50; strictly tailored
styles, reliable cloths and makes. Jackets are 28 to
32 inches long. ANNIVERSARY SALE $15.00
Tim line of Tailored Suits at $19.50 includes some
of the best models of the season in mixtures, serges
nnd a few braided broadcloths that were regularly
priced at $22.50 and $25.00 and a few $30.00 Suits.
ANNIVERSARY SALE $19.50
The line at $29.50 includes many of our best models
at $35.00 and numerous values that run as high as
$l".00, but the latter models have plaited skirts. AN
NIVERSARY SALE $29.50
An endless showing of these popular Long Coats in
golfing materials, heavy mixtures, caraculs, plushes
and black broadcloths; most of these are exclusive mod
els, the famous "Style Craft" make, which stands for
best in any community, for which we have the exclusive
agency for Southern Oregon. Many are marked at,
special ANNIVERSARY PRICES....'..$10.00 to $45.00
AT ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICES "
A vast showing of Children's Coats from the little
tot of 3 years to the young miss of II. ANNIVERSARY
SALE 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT.
Taffeta and Mes.salino Silk Petticoats; still many
good values left on this rack, only the color line is liol
finite so complete. Very special ANNIVERSARY
Another line added for this week is a Hue of Plain
Messa lines and Dresden Taffetas in black and most, all
colore. ANNIVERSARY SALE $4.50
Sneciallv nriced for the Anniversary Sale. New fall
patterns and styles, long sleeve and high neck effects,
in percales and ginghams.
The $1.50 grade ANNIVERSARY SALE $1.25
The $2.25 grade ANNIVERSARY SALE $1.95
Has many beautiful new psittern Hats to show you, that have
been turned out from our own workroom the last week. Compare
them with other shops' as to'style, workmanship, and last, but not
test, as to price. For an Anniversary Special we will choose
about twenty good model trimmed Hats from our vast showing
and make a very special price. Hats that vou cannot duplicate
short of $0.50 to'$7.50, at this ANNIVERSARY SALE $5.00
Qur entire line of French Plumes in black and white, a wide
rango of sizes, all the best African male stock, ANNIVERSARY
SALE ONE QUARTER OFF
beautiful Side Frills, new Fichus, Jabots, etc 25e Lo $4.00
7 sn 'iff- a
The new fall stock of Umbrellas is here. This weather does not
remind you much of Umbrellas, but the weather is not far distant
t bat will. Prepare for the same from these special anniversary
Our line of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Umbrellas, silk fop, para
gon or India frame, new handles, ANNIVERSARY SALE $3.50
One lino of Ladies' 20-inch Umbrellas, good mercerized top, a
regular $1.25 number, ANNIVERSARY SALE $1,00
Many new styles in our vast showing of fall waists. Itomau
stripes tire decidedly popular, chiffons over messaliuo, pretty
braided chiffon models, all modestly priced.