Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, November 11, 1912, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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MEDKOKD MATL TKTBFNE, MEDFQKD, OftEflON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1012.
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SCENE AT ONE OR HARDEST FOUGHT FOOTBALL BATTLES OF YEAR
CANDIDATE
.4TIig county elerk Monday morning
completed tho official count of lite
ballots nisi in the reeent general
election ns for ns officials nro ron
corned mid im now completing the
vote tut nmeudineuK Tim count on
tin) In un will nut he finished until
late tonight or Tuesday
" The, officinl lend of Fmn- K Ton
Velle(yer George Dunn f is :10'-'
voletf, Ton Velio reecivinj; 2J03, Dunn
2.10L nml llrcese, poeinlist, .1 H. The
official count rvduced John H. Car
kin's lend over Aloe Ilnrkdull for
representative to nnlv 10 votes. J.
A. Wcstorlund wni high with 10.11,
Cnrkin 1805, Itnrkdiitl J 705, mid e
Armond 1712.
lr Itepresentatlro (Two)
John Arncll. pro 491
O. A. Morse, pro C37
J. K. Darkduil, dem .. 1795
II. Is. I)cArmond,dem - 1712
J. H. Carkln. rep - 1S05
J. A. Westerlnnd rep 1931
O. It. Satchwcll,, soc v C6S
D. C. Whlte'soc V. G3S
For County Judge
W. II. Breeso soc ..-...... ..- 344
Geo. W. Dunn rep 2301
P. h. Ton Velle dem ., 2603
For CommRitoner (4 rs)
W. C. Leover, rep ..., 2484
Geo. Lyman dem ......., 1559
II. lllchardion soc ............. . 595
II. H. Tuttle pro 445
For Commissioner (2 yrs)
After a iiumher of dnys of think-
inj it over, ,). Urown urgvd hy his
friends to become a cnudlnntc for
inn) or, has issued n tnlcment Unit
he will not ho n candidate for tho po
sition umler nny circumstance. His
proposed entididney was very fnxor
ithly received hv the business men of
the city hut business mutter induced
him to decline to make the race.
"I hnve considered the matter from
mnnv different iewjtoints," states
Mr. Hrown. "hut I bae failed to see
where I could afford to take the of
fice. To properly handle citv affairs
the chief executive must devote much
of his time to the office mid 1 cannot
afford to do this.
"Fully appreciating the confidence
expressed by my friends nml the
many assurances of .support I must
decline to enter the mee."
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W. C. Daley dom ..............
O. II. Millar soc ..............
J. C. Smith rep -.. ...........
C. W. Sharp pro . ...........
JFor County Clerk
C. P. Bowman aoc 54C
O. A. Gardner rep 2399
W. II. Milter demo 2123
For CoBHty Sheriff
W. A. Jones dem ........... 1871
A. D. Singler rep 2699
F. E. W. Smith soc .. . 456
S. II. Stoner pro . . 185
For County Recorder
E. V. Brainard pro .................. 356
Fred L. Colvtg rep ...... . . 2615
John Reter, soc ....-.... 571
Itobt Is. Taylor dem 1576
For School Kupt-trintedent
A. Butcher soc .., .. ..,, 995
J. Percy Wells rep .,.., 3487
For County Treasurer
J. M. Cronemiller rep . .. 2513
J. A. Smith soc ... .......... .... 658
Lewis Ulrich dem ,........ 1875
For County Assessor
W. T. Grieve rep 2258
Martin McDonough dem 2147
K. J. O'dell soc 643
For County Suneyor
G. Elksnat dem . 1762
T. V. Osgood rep . 2937
For County Coroner
D. E. Davis soc . ... 833
A. E. KelloRg rep 2185
W. V. Usaher Ind 1818
SWITCHMAN FALLS FR(r
CAR TO DEATH IX RIVER
OFFICIAL COUNT TO
DECIDE IDAHO STATUS
CALIFORNIA
LINE FOR TEDOY
BOISE, Idaho, Nov. 11. It will
take the official count to decide the
final status or Idaho's four electoral
votes. There Is a strong indication
of the vote being split, although re
turns to date. If the ratio Is main
tained, would give Wilson a lead of
approximately 500. Roosevelt car
ried Boise and Ada counties by a big
majority.
The entire republican state ticket
was elected, John M. Haines being
assured of the governorship despite
tbe fact that he ran way behind his
ticket. His plurality over Hawley,
incumbent, win be about 1,000.
PORTLAND. Or., Nov. 9. Falling
from the top of a freight car into
tho Willamette river as the car was
being shunted along the river bank,
Ed Armstrong, a switchman, was
drowned today. A watchman who
saw tbe accident made a record run
in a rowboat to the place where
Armstrong fell, but arrived a few
moments too iate.
AUSTRIAN PRINCESS SEEKS
ANNULMENT OF MARRIAGE
1'UI.NCWS CIEOIIUE. OIT UlVAliU
Princes George, of Bavaria, luu tiled
n petition for the annulment of her mar
rltiKC ueeojdlug to the Preiudeublatt
Princess George, whose uiuldcu iiaim
was Aichduchexs Uabella Muilu. ot
Autrla. mid who h a daughter of Arch
duke Frederick, wusuiurrlfd In Pcbru
nr,v lust.
Pi Iftee George la a graudsou of tbe
Prince Itogeut of lUvaila. He U tulrt
two years old and the Arclidudie U
twenty-three,
The wedding of Prluee George to tlie
ArrhduchtMK Inaholla Maria took placrt
ti' I lie presencttof the Emperor Krauii
JiHeph, In the palace at .Scboenbrunii
Pi lor to the ciuimiouy the young Arch
ducliiHM renounced Jill lir light to tbe
thtn?ivpr Aiutlln. and the match vu
beJIdVttd to be a ruul love one.
MEXICO
Now is tbo time to bnv
while GOOD IVNB ik still
dienp. '
Get in before the rush. It
has just started.
Wc arc SPECIALISTS in
agricultural and timber land
on the "West Coast of Mex
ico. We have been there for
years; we "know the country,
tlie.pcox)le, the laws and the
customs. AVc can deliver
the goods at the RIGHT
PRICES.
From our list of splendid
properties, every one PER
SONALLY INSPECTED,
we select the follewing:
$4.00 per acre: $133
5,000 acres, State of Sonora,
close to railroad. "Water
transportation 80 first
class farming land, partly
fenced. Will raise alfalfa,
corn, wheat, cotton, etc. A
big bargain.
$3.00 per acre: 43,000 acres
State of Sonora. 8 miles from
railroad. One-hajf fine fann
ing land, balance splendid
range, all fenced and cross
fenced. Several reservoirs
for irrigation water. Big lime
stone deposit and lime kiln.
Lime business alone Avould
pay interest on cost. Can de
liver about 2000 head of good
range cattle at $9.00 per
beach A splendid property,
worth twice the money.
We have also Irrigated
Land in small tracts at $20
to $30 per acre.
Write ns or. join our No
vember excursion. Highest
banking references in Unit
ed States and Mexico.
CHAS. P. O'BRIEN CO.
312 Union Oil Bldg.,
Los Angeles, Calif.
Splendid Opportunity for
Live Agents.
When Pace to Pace
With the Dentist
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal , Nov 11.
With various computations giving
him a lead of form S75 to 94 4 votes,
the bull niooso candidate for presi
dent is today conceded to more likely
get California's electoral vote.
The top figures for Roosevelt nru
those compiled by a newspaper here
which supports hint nml these are
Identical with tho figures of two
other computers save Unit Kooscvvlt
is given a Until of IH votes In Nupa
rotinty, which show only In tiio top
figure, these nu the total vote nro
Roosevelt, aSt,SJ"; Wilson, 2M1-1U3.
WYOMING s.n: I.V
WILSON'S COLUMN
CHUYENNK. Yjo., Nov. .
Practically complete returns today
muko sure that Wyoming falls In tho
Wilson column. Tho legislative sys
tom Is unchanged. Both sides claim
control and Senator Warrett'.i fate Is
In doubt.
DUNLAP
BUYS
WILSON TRACT
V. A, Duiihip, formerly of lliix vnl
ley hn.s jnM purohuxed u I00 nere
tract, thrco utiles north of Willows,
Cal, piping .; 1,000. lie intends to
muku his home on tho ptnuO and de
velop u iiumher oC muiiII farm.
Mr. Dutihii) wii4 one of tho men
who first i)uefopod orehnrd tmolH in
the Itopic river vnlley, A few month
iiuo he removed tn Sun l)iei;o, Cal.
SCAFFOLD IS UP
FOR MING BEE
SAMiM, Ore., Nov. II.- Tim nenf-.
foht lit tlm Rlutu penllenthiry Ih he
lug put in rendlnesH for tlm I'litefitl
iluy of Fridny, Deeeiubor III, wlien
five uleu nro doomed to lie hnitged,'
Throughout the huhhiiso ul'li'i'
eleetion day these five mid the two
Humphrey brothers, ho me iiIhii
eondemiied, hut who have uppeiiledi
shotted the inteithily of reeling whleli
gripped them, hut Supeiiidendeiit
t'uilis HliyH they kept up theli1 hpuits
with hope that the verdict of the
Mopl would he "lliumlm up."
That (he abolishment meumitv was
lost wiin known to them its mmhi ns
the rest of the slate iih they hud ae
eess to the daily papers.
DEATH HOVERS OVER
YONKIUIS, X. Y Nov. 11.
With rumors current everywhere,
some saying that his mind Is none
and others that the end Is near, the
Howery hero today expects "lllg
Tim" Sullivan's death. HelatlveH
reports and dmtliuo that ho will i'n
rover, This Is not hellovod Ketientl-
iy.
It Ih reiioi'tnd that Hulllvnu was
Keen driving nhout a Kiiultnrlum In
Yonkers. Forniorly n phyiilcnl giant,
he In now no weak It Is iieeiiNnary to
curry hint to the eurrlrtno,
Sttlllvnii wits cleeled to rongroHM
ltiKt week althoiiKli ho wmn tint Insldo
his dhilrlot oaeo during the entire
eunnmlKit. Tho usual fdlty Hattirdiiy
night before elnellop ritn lield with
otlt him.
RIDS YOU OF
INDIGESTION
OR YOUR
MONEY BACK
Clin, Htrntig Is nuthorUed to riv
ftliid our money If )ott tnkn MI-O-NA
Htotiineh lahletn for lndlKestlon or
any ntouuioh distress or misery uud
urn dlsitntlsfled with the results.
And that same Kimranleo uUo np
plIeH to any eondltloii ranted by out
of order Ktoiuneh such as .Hallow
Skin, Pimples, llenduohe, Nnrvonff
UeHS, Dlxxltiess, SleeplesiiueHi, Dos
pondeiiev, eto
So wb) sbuiild yon suffer longer
from an unelenii stomach when yott
ran try ,MI0-NA Htotnach TnbletM,
the prenerlptlou of u Hpeclullst on this
liberal no benefit no pay (dan,
A large box for 50 rents at Chns.
Strang's and pharmacists America
of tho stricken politician deny thu over.
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prices 'for this stile ami you have an opportunity that should not he overlooked.
Our stoek.'neyer; was moi
and the 'values havve ncv
$1.00 BATTENBERa DRESSER SCARFS 59c.
We have just made a snociallv fortunate purchase of (hese lacey Uatlenherg Scarfs
they have three centerpieces of pure linen with the Uattenberg in between and on the sides. They are full 51 inches long the correct
size for a dresser and tire sold always at $.1.00 oneh. We have six dozen in this lot and will offer them while they last at the unequalled
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50c colored Table Damask .'..'.:. 42
75c Linen and Mercerized Damask : 49
$1.00 pure Linen Damask f!. 89
$1.25 pure Linen Damask ??..-. 98
X $1.75-$2.00 best Double Damask
$1.50 plain Linen Damask...
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BUY NAPKINS NOW PRICES WERE
NEVER SO LOW
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$1.50 pure Linen Napkins, 1 dozen for $1.23
$2.00 pure Linen Napkins, 1 dozen for $1.09
$3.00 pure Linen Napkins, 1 dozen for $2.25 V
$:i,50 pure Linen Napkins, 1 dozen for $2.75 A
$4.00 pure Linen Napkins, 1 dozen for $3.25
$5.00 pure Linen Napkins, 1 dozen for $3.98
PATTERN TABLE CLOTHS WITH BORDER DESIGNS ON ALL FOUR SIDES OF THE
CLOTH REDUCED.
$1.50 mercerized Table Cloths, 2V and 3 yards Ioiil'. Now special ...; '.'.., $1.00 .-
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