Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, November 27, 1912, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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Minn. Iluirldl I.iiIiihIIc Tlniioiliiy tiv
itniiiK, N'uv. '.H. nl lli NmIiiIuiIiiiii
uudcr 1 1' i' nui!oiw n' lln (licnlur
.M-illonl Chili will Im nl' inlril lo
nil mill ll In mi I ii to incilii'l a wiitni
muIi'ihiui I'o I' 1 1 it. Mini1. I.tiliuillu
liilttiiit Kiixiirnl now iIii.vh in her !"!
mluliit which nii tlin icccnt ci i'ii
tlon nl' IiiiiIIiik Khjclinh nlnl Aiiiril
tmn ilnuiuiliHlit riinii uhoin Mini', l.n
liiiilln il iiruxont in hoc own inll
lln wny l''Hi'.v Mih'Kimi' "Toiium
row," which will lniv ii fuller iin'iin
Iiib In (Iiimii wlin ulieiuly know il.
while u iliifno iiiirninlllnr It will
pillVll llllilliinclv lllll'lt'fttlll,'.
I'In.mi which liitc lii'i'ii ri' low nl it
iiiiilruiuulic, in lii'f IkiihU hecnine III'
eleil wllli rim mill milillnly uinl ut'
MiiliK llinir lull ilininitlli1 nliin. Till
MUM iinli'il in her ilniiiiiitlr iulciiic
litllmi of "Toinuriinv."
"Tniiiniruu"
An Aiuciieuii piny liy mi Aiiicnciiu
iiitllitu- -IVrv Miii'lCuyi'.
CIIAUACTKHH.
,1'nliir I lulu I'luiit hieeilcr
Maim IIU iluuijhter
.Mutk 1'iccinnii IMh nKititnl
Mix. Ilcimhfitte
Iiilimi , I Icr huh
(Of tlin oluln iiiiivoit.ily.,
IflHMlli chilli
Unv. I(einliti- Spul'l'iinl
Prof. KhuImiiii. Ill'iljit of iioitnrlty
WiMilKtiti- A luiiilii'rnimi
,MI Winch A ii'iluilur
T Tunnel Nhi-i.
ELK MEMORIAL
SERVICES WILL BE
FIREBOYS
CHECK
SUNDAY
ELAMES
WITHOUT
Nuxt rtuiiihi), Heccinlier I, I.oiIkii
No. 1 1 UK. II, I'. (). IS., will holil (Imlr
miniiiil uininorlul Mirvleiw, lo which
tint puliHe In cnrilhtlly Invited. Tlin
mcrclHW will ho IihIiI tit tlin Wk
IiiiIko room coiiinii'iii'liiK nl 2M) ji
in. A MhlittliHil proKrnni linn hmtn
m fanned in follew:
Huli'titlon .Mi'ilfnnl On.lii'xtra
ItltuiillMlc Addreini Hxuld'il Unli-r
Opening Kxiiii'Irim Olflinu or IoiIkh
Holo . . Mlw Phnnhit llanee
Select ItcndliiK t'l'liillintnimlit
. . . Mm. Frank llurKitwi
Holo ... Oi'o. Andrew
Aililrem , K. K. Knlly
Mixed qiinrti'ltn- A. C. lluruwHt, I".
O llurxi'", Mm OuUeiihnrry,
Mm Wold
I'IoiIiik KxerrUc Officer of I.oiIk'
"Anlil I, it lie Htnn" Kvcryliinl)'
llcucdlctlnu 1'haplnln
MARRNG
ROOM
S
'flNlJrAOHKObtm
CJTY ROAD PROPOSED
WAGONROADDOWN
BAA
ROGUE 10 COAST
ER
PLAR M
NKW YnlJK. Nov. -27. - IU-ihiim.
Aliniliniii (lnlilknoir, n IhiiImt,
linmclit Mill iiKHinl pnviil MoIum-ii.
plnywiiclit mid priMluccr, i'linrj!in:
liitii with iiillV'rintf tlin I'i'iiliiil IiIkii ol
n piny nulliil "Tmnli'il I'lnlnnlnipliy"
mill pioiliicinif it iiikIit ln titln of
"Tlin W'oiiihii," tin Now York ilnmi
'itlct, proilinuil- ttntli plnyn lor llm
llltllllflt OfJlllluil lllllt', lll lll'l'llpil'll l
lniv ilnriuu tin in'rl'imiiniiri'.
IUIiim'ii I'liKtiKnl llir lnt iii'lnrx
iivnllnlilc fur (lolilknnpri. ilniinn nml
MimIiii'mI it wonl fur uonl n wrillrii,
iiiniiiliiiic on nliMilnli' 'iioiiiittx liy
(lm nclorn. Ah h mMilt llin inniiv
pmniiiii'iit plnHulit. Hi'fom mnl
mHniim'r wlm innili' up Ilic niulii'iiri'
urn Mill ImiclniiK loilny or llm r.
IH'iiincht.
IihIki' Holt lino mil Ml innili'
known In. ilci im.mi
CARNEGIE TO LEAVE
At it rci'i'iit inri'tiiiK of tin Im-i-licet
men of (lolil Mcncli mul Weil
ilciliuni, locntcil Mt tin iiionlli of the
Hnjcuc ricr, held tit tilt llrnnkci
hold nt (lolil Hmich, lUv pinniitiiin
of h wiikoii iniiil up tlic IIokui' to
(Irmit I'ii" wit iHm'iikpciI, uinl tin
iiccct.ils of tin' liiiliwny wiih urv'cil
liy M'xcml fii,nk,r". Tlin cont oi'
pic ilcriilt'il to lnkc up the nmttcr
wild (!rinil l'nrt mnt iIimhikIi llm
if I'm U of tmlli towitn to liiilii; iiIhiIiI
tlm Imlliliiii; of llm Intnl. The emm
tv of .luncpliiiii' mnt tin lori'-lry
mtmci' me iitiont to ciiiiiuiciiic Ilic
cxpi'iiiliturc nf mi tlSIIO nppiopti
ntlon iiMtfi llii truil ilown the incr.
mnt I lie iiiImiciiIch of the roml liclicM1
thnt thi trnil ulioiilil nlliiuiililv he
wiilciicil for the pikM4Ki' of cliiclc---The
icnulc will he Miitnlilc, hut in
iiuiiiv phieiMt I'luiMilcrnlilo u.pcinil(,
woik unuhl he ncccMirv.
MEN CALLED TO ATTEND
DIG MEETING TONIGHT
OwIiik to llm prompt mul ,'ihln
lunuiinr In .whliih Ilic Mi'ilfnnl I'lrn
Dnpiiitiucnl liiniillml n IiIii.ii which
t n ll cil In tlin IniNciuniil of tlin llul
Imiil llotnl TiinvihiY ihciiIhk the l
wiin liclil nt a tiiinlimiiu IntliiK plncnil
nl lint inoro lliiin 'ih. Curclcmi
work with itx or hoim woiihl hnvn re
hiiIuuI In it Inr heavier Iixh ami the
niMUiiKiuni'iit of .tlm lintel Ik voIuIiik
IiIkIi npprcrlutlon nt tlm uinmiur In
whlob tlm lm)K wnrkuil.
Tlm lilorn niurtcil In llm Imminent
nhuvu tlm fnrniicc. II In holluvoil
thnt lii'iit fruni llm holler ilotrn)'il
tlm liuiiliitluii cm tlm nlcctrlc wiring
mul rrniwvil whim cuimcil a nhowor
of uparkM In fall upoti tlm wood lie
iiiHith iinrlliiK the flro. The fire
man had lull lint u whorl tluiu hofuru
for lili Miipper.
When the fire lio arrived thoy
found llio John In tlm hanuiiient
uliliire with the fire orawlliiB up ho
twceii n partition nhuvu which ncpa
rntcit the ladle rnt room from tlin
parlor of llm hotel. Thcxu rooms
urn fin lulled very daintily, and In j
plli) of Hi M fact tlirto Illicit of lioou
wcru carried In, two tlirouuli n win-1
low Iiiiiik with fraRll" Urnpery. and
nt today nvltlier nt the rnouu aro
murred. in tlm rent room a mop
hoard wan rcinowd, not oven ncnrrcd,
n hole cut at tlm outturn of the par
tition mid Clio tire coniimred. Tlm
wnllrt In thin room are flnlihed In a
IlKht Rrc, yet the paper not ilani
aKcd In the leant.
In Hplto of the euro mod tlm work
on the part of llm flro hoy wnt
rapid and effmtlve.
Tlm wlriw were replaced In tlm
tiHMeiucnt today and placed In gat
plie which will prevent a reoccur
unce of the fire.
HAI.HM Ore.. Nov. r, Tin I'ad
fir lull rlor ronipauy u iii- nniim of
a (uuipaiiy which fl'crt in'i'lc of In
corporation here toft in m in pur
pmte of hlllldliiK 'Mi'iorfd from
il'lewntnr nl rrewmil f'Wy. Ot'l Nofln
,iinlr, Cnllfornln. The Inrorporn
tor ar J. T. .McKlimlry. (Ii'orxo Col
vln mid W. I' Quintan of .tmmphlno
touniy. The Mipllal (ttnrk- If IOf.
000 and Omnlit I'ami In nfiiiicd nH the
prlni'lpnl place of hunln.
Thnnkifjlvlng
TliiiukKtviiiK Mcnice iiuiiorr'tw ut
lo-'IO . in. in i In' l'rtlivlfriiir.
clnirrli. Thi i it uimiii -once t
CSritntN Ih, In Jonepl'i'i- (oiiuty lo which nil ate inil-u
RaWnfi v.vv fTWWlir J II HO31
SaT5 JSBtJ Grape
Powder mwiii;
Rami
DaHifigPowder
wsmwfflvme
No ASam
No Lime PJaosphssfca
-z:
ft I)
Union Feed Stables
BOARD AND FEED STABLE
Plenty of room and good bedding
and lota of Hay
Ray Gaimyaw, Prop.
112 South Riverside 109 South Bartlett
The rougher whiskey tastesthe stronger it is.
The stronger it is die more harm it will do.
But then you don1 1 have to drink it rough, strong
or high-proof.
There's Cyru Nohle, pure, oM and palatable
hotllcd at drinking strcnRth.
Coits no more than any other whiskey.
W. J. Van Schuyvcr & Co., General Agents, Portland.
MiV YOltK. Nov J7 All hut
tif.VUOU.uou of hU Kreat fortune will
ho left to tlm (.'nrucKlit corporation,
which In hU tuiddiinr) IcKalce, mid
which will carr) on lilt cilncatloiml
mnl chnrltithle work. accordhiK to
llm aniioiiuceuiuui of Audruw ty.inm
ill" hum loilay. The ahovo iiilmed
hiiiii In lo lie dlipoimd of In liln will
CaruuKln alno oxpliilned IiIh rea
Mm for wlithliiK to pciuloit cx-prcttl-ilc.HU
of tlm fulled Htatoa. lln cited
the cnncn of three former pronldnuu
"Lincoln, (Irani mid Cluvelaud iih
uffordlnit jiiHtlflratloii for tlm pro
ject. 1 1 lt truHlcen and hlinnolf were
nil hopliiK, however, ho hiiIiI, "that
coiiKrcMB would meet tho ultuatlou
h) proper intlou "
ID UP BY SHE
I'lTTHIIUltd, lii., Nov. 27. om.
"cliilrt jf ttiti CnriiuKlu Steol enmpany
today jfriulally dunlcd ropnrta that
it carload of HtiikulirenkeiH wero
lukeii to thn Htool pluntH ut llomu
Htcad mid llraddocl mills, dim to tho
Htilko of O'jri trainmen. Kxtni Kiiarda
huwovnr, HuiKiuiid tlm iiiIIIh mul
fnilc.ht ciuh aro HtritiiK uhoiit tlm
Ho'iicHtead plant, precumahly iih a
hulwurk,
The two pluntH aro completely
llcil up, nhnut IU,0(J0 workmen IioIiik
tun iih a leult of the tniliimun'H
nli'lke. I'lrn walkout of tho train
men name, when company offluiulH
iiifiiHod to leluulato four dlscharKvil
eniployiiea,
The men nf the l'ivh,teriuii
church mnl eoiiKieKnluui nir nil cull
ed lo meet in llm chupcl luiiisht, Nov.
27, ut H o'clock. The incetiiiK U the
nill null of the liienV rluti In olftno
ie for tlm cMiut'li'lic luncliiiiti. hiuI
to eoiihidcr other iniMrlnnt mutter.
KwiUKctUtic meelint;- heitm in the
l'lthyloiiiil ehureli uet Siuuhiy,
mul they will continue for tun week.
Dr. Win. I'np-oim of I!ii(jene will iih-
it in Ilic IIM'cllllK-.
BREAKS HER LEG IN
' DANCING TEXAS TOMMY
SAN I'ltANCI.HC'O. C'nl . Nov U7.
Ilccaune ithit ntleiuptetl to dance
tlm "ToiHM Tommy" In a hotel hall
room here, while wearing cry IiIkIi
hceleil mIioph, MrH. .1. A. Henry, wlfo
of it liiinlneioiiiuiu, 1 In tint hospital
today, HiiffcrluK from a tirokeii rlKhl
IcK
DECIDE YOURSELF
The OpiNiifiinltj' I Here. Ilacknl liy
Mcilfonl TfMliimiiy
Dou't take our word for It.
Don't depend on n stranger' ntute
incut. Itcnd Med ford cnilorieiuciit.
Itwd tho ntntmiiuulit of .Mcdford
clllienii.
And decldo for yourmilf.
Mere Is one caim of It:
A. Itetz. 1.1(1 Front Hi.. Medford,
Ore., naya: "I am Junt iih wIIIIiik lo
reconimuiul l)oan' Kidney l'llln to
day iih I wiih In Hcpicmlior, 11107,
when I publicly told of my exper
ience with thnm. I uniform! from
kidney trouhle for at leant five yearn
and it Hum paHied, t grow worse.
Sharp pains darted through the muni!
of my back mid nomotlmim tho at
tack wc.ro no noveru that I could
hardly atoop. At nluht my hack
ached Intellect)' mid sound deep wan
out of tho iticMtou. IIcIiik told to
try Doun'8 Kidney I'IIIh, I Kot it nup-
ply mnl they hooii nave mo rollof."
For hhIo h) nil dealerit. Price fit)
(ttlilH. l'onlor-.lllliurn Co.. lluffalo,
New York, olo iikoiiIh for tlm United
Statcit.
Heiueiuhcr the name Doan'a
mid take no oi'ni'
MHMIMMIM
M
rtsmrf
m mm rr
ri - - rJ , I II
if
l. : r.v
"I i
Drive Out
Damp and
-Mold with
A
l!
u . rvaw L-u
YOU know how
damp gets in
to linen closets and
storerooms.
It's no trouble at
nil to keep them fresh
and dry with n Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater.
A Perfection Heater is a Rrcat comfort, too, on chilly
mornings and cold evenings.
It is the handiest and most reliable heater made. No
soot ; no smoke ; no smell. Carry it where you please.
All the heat you want just when and where you want it.
Deicripllve circular ient on requctt or, txtter still,
tk jour Hstle r to liow you Perfection
Smokelet Oil ileattr.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
CMoU)
441 Mull! Slrt Sa FrancUr
Home for
Thanksgiving
Low Round Trip Fares
via lite
On Sale
Nov. 27-2S
SUNSET Vl
I ICKDlNaSMASUl I
I 1 HQUTCS f I
liotum Limit
Dcuuinliur 2
j .Between nil points on the lines in Oregon iueTudiug'
! urmiches.
ONE AND ONE-THIRD FARE ROUND TRIP
! THREE THROUGH TRAINS AND TWO LOCALS
I EACH WAY
Observation Cars, Dining Cars, Pullman and Tourist
Sleeping Cars and Big Wide till steel Coaches. Solid
Vestibuled Train.
Call oji Agent, Medford, for specific, fare to any Sta
tion, Train Schedules, etc.
ilohu M. Scott, General Passenger Agent.
MADE IN MEDFORD
Your success and tho prosperity of this city and valley depends on your patronizing home industries and using home-made products. Ask for "Made in Medford" Goods and
insist on your contractor and buildor buying of tho home factories and institutions. Try this and in a fow months we will have a "Greater Medford."
A Rogue River Valley Payroll
Wo Manufacture
CEMENT DRAIN TILE CONCRETE CULVERTS
CONCRETE PIPE FOR IRRIGATION
SEWER PIPE
Doalor in Washod Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
Office Krultcrowom Dank llnlUllug Factory North Itlvomhlo Avenue,
Phono Main CD2 Phono Main G091
MEDFORD CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
' 0, J. SEMON, Manager,
NOTION,
On ThiiuktfKlvliiK day nothlni; hut
ju'i'lhlialilo Hlilpmeuts will hit handled
ut tlm 8. V, freight office. 213
For tho best of
EVERYTHING MADE OF WOOD
See us. Wo make a specialty of
OFFICE FURNITURE and FIXTURES, MANTLES,
SCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS, Etc
Factory Cornor South Fir and 11th Sts. Both Phones
MEDFORD SASH AND DOOR CO.
Office FiirniCuro
Library Furniture
Bedroom Kuniituro
Diningroom Furniluro
White hhmmi'l Furnitura
Built in Buffets', Seats
And Bookcases", "liltc.
Store Fixtures
Porch Swings
Cedar Chests-
Cabinet Work Dono
in Oak, Walnut, Fir, or
Any Other Wood Desired
Cabinet Makors
Mission Furniture
Works
F. Q. Trowbridge, Jr., Prop.
113 S. Holly, Mediord
Medford Iron Works
F. G. Trowbridge, Prop.
General Foundry and
Machine. Works
Pacific -101; Home 12USL
Res. Pac. 01X11; Home 227L.
K. A. Hicks P. M. Kershaw
General Mnuucor Oon, Sulos Mgr.
OREGON GRANITE CO.
Quarry Owners and
Manufacturers
Orogou Oranlto atauds tho tost ot
time.
Medford, Orogon
Ii. WEINHARD'S
Columbia
The Boer Without a Peor ;
The choicest hops and the finest barley malt, browed
scientifically in just tho right way, aro responsible for
its absolute purity and excellence
Order a case from your dealer or phono
Pacific 51 or Home 291
H. WELNHARD'S BEER AND ICE DEPOT Medford
SUBSCRIBE FOR
THE MAIL
TRIBUNE
Lending Nowspapor in
Southorn Oregon
If it's inndo of
Sheet Metal
I can make it
JOHN SD7PLE
norno M.F.&H.CO,
Phono 30L Bldg,
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