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SAW 16 MEN PASS
"LITTLE GREEN DOOR"
NEVER TO RETURN
NIUV VOUK, Doc. 3.- .Mniirlro A.
I.UHllif. one tlinn (M(iiiniil of tltt
ilcnth tiOumi nl Miik Wiik toiliiy Ih a
Iron iimii, 1 1)' t lift rnvnrnnl or IiIn con
vlotlnn for I lie miirtlor of til wlfo.
Tlio memory, of IiIh (wo your proxl
nilly to "llin Ilttlo itrt'tm ilonr,"
throutth which ho miw Hovoutnoii fel
low iiiImoiiith "c.o iiwii)" linn homi
ninilii with mi Imlolllhlo liuiiri.'HNluii
mi I.iihIIh'h niliitl. Il i'iiii lull of liU
ttxiirli'iu'o on tint llfd ilii of (hit
llttln Kf't'ii itnor with vldlit Krnplilc
mm niul toilny hn wnn tolling frloiuU
of whnt ho nw anil lionnl "up (hit
"When it innti wnn to "no nwny"
Iiiiumi. hn wnn thu tiovontnonth man,
nnrtipyltiK I'"' li"t ioiiuiIiiIiik mil.
Ami In Ih rid wicUn Irs tliitn two
onrn thnt hn lived nonr thu "Ilttlo
KK't'ii iloor," hn wtw tho NUtooii men
Hint wcro hi firm compnnlon "no
uwny" throiifth (ho iloor nml ono
other bouillon. I.iihIIk bolluvon that
iimny of them woro Itiunrout of thu
erliuo for which limy woro executed,
"Wim n itiiiti wnn to "j:o nmty"
not ono of il nlupt thu nlRht huforo,"
iuIiI l.iutlK- "All iiIkIU wo aiiK
lO'twm nml rcntt chaptero from tint
bjblo. Wo would mIiik whenever tho
rnriilemiifiil mnii inked u ami nine
whntovor hn nuked u. Many of tho
itiiir I wan iltHttltioil to pan throiiKh
nml I hrcnuio In a way. Imnlonoil to
Ihotn, hut thuro wa olio menu thnt
I novnr Rot iinoiI to. That wan tho
liut partlmt of tint man about to
"no awuy" from hi relative. Our
tain mercifully Hliut out tho tlitht of
that from tho roit of u, hut wo could
not ntop our oar to tho crlen anil
croam that mug throimh tint death
lioimt!. it wa awful,
"It locin to iu! that I will never
lo atilo to forKOt tho ilopthk of den
pnlr noundud tiy thoo ununited
rrlo. Tathor, mothori, ilntori,
tirothrr. nml tiwrctlirart wont by
it. roping. Thoy worn curried out
fainting. ThVy worn drnRKed out,
ravin,: inaiilnrii. Thorn wnn an w
fill llonro In tho ilonth hoimn Jimt
hoforo thi'io Medio nml tho illllnenH
InMod until Iiiiik uftor tint Hcroiuim
hail tiMKoil In tint corridor. Niini' of
tho nut of ii ni'uinijil to want to ho
lluiflmt lb ponk."
Tho last man to illo hoforo I.iiUk
wa freed wu Albert Woltor, coii
vlcted or tho'mtinlor of Itiith Wheel
or nml J.iutlc nalit hi bollovod Wol
"I hcnnl li 1 tn on hi It noon wnr
to hi fathur ami mother tho Sunday
licforo that ho wa lunocont nml no
man approached tho 'Ilttlo green
door' whllo I wait there who wa
calmer than wiu Woltor." I.iutlK
Joseph (tarnlln. ho nld, convicted
of tint murder of a man, wa tho
Wort tiohavvd of all to pan tho
door, lie ciimed (lot), Chrlut and
tho church, and tho nlcht hoforo
throw down a crucifix and Mumped
upon It, toro up and pnl upon a
crod picture given to him and wa
!itnphcmoii beyond belief. Thoy
had to drag him, grovelling and cry
lug for mercy, through tint door and
nt tho lat momiit ho Mtrnlghloned
up nml linked for n moment' rexplto
to lunkn hi pence with (lod.
' Kuitlg I awaiting u now trial of
hi cniic, hut will prolmbly nuver
iignlu ho tried.
"Italic," l'iciilo who 1 to box Hud
Amlortfoii the len round miiiii event
before tho Medford Atlilolio club
next Krldny night, made hix first
locnl nppenriini'o yeMlerday in hU
workout ut I lie club'n win. IMculo
lookH,well nml it can easily lie seen
Hint hn Ik by fur tlio hlill'tlcht bo.xrr
yet to meet AiiiIoihiui.
l'iciilo Iiiih, whnt AmleiHOu'ri oilier
oppuiicnlh Hccm lo luck condition.
Ilo Ih iit just iih good pliynicnl nlmpu
iih Amlcrson, anil Ik conlidcnt tlitit
I lui Vuncouvcr hoy linn nothing on
him it iiuy Htugo of thn giumt,
f A lui'go gullii'iiiig oT I'iiiik witness
ed dm boyn (ruin yesterday after
noon. Andcrxnii put in a MrouunuH
iifteinooii, wliilo 1'icnto merely eon
tenlcil iiimwclf with hiiiiio light exer
ulscri. Moth ImyH will worli out tliiw
iil'lcnionn ami loniutrow.
W0ULDNT MOVE DOG POUND
1 SO VOTERS WOULD MOVE HIM
WATTR, ('nl., Dei;. :i. Hcciuiku
Mayor Ootid WiiUh lum ioI'iihciI to
r niovii tlio municipal do pound from
(ho oeiiliit' of tlio (own, a recall peti
lion nffcclliiK him in Imiup; cinmlnlcd
ii ih reporteii iiiih tmi women oil
(ho (own I'oHloreil tho nipvemvut. J
! I f I
PR C AT ON
Weather report for
Mcdfonl. Hlntlou, l!lil.
u . .
.... ft i
M... '' I
- .... TC
in . .
2t . .
30 . .
Meuii of maximum , S0..1
Normal mean mnxlmuiii 53.
Altau of minimum 3d.
Normal mean minimum 35.
Mean monthly temperature 43.2
Normal moan monthly tctnptra
Normal monthly precipitation
for NovemlMjr 4.21
Deficiency for mouth 0.i3
Number of clear day 7
Number of partly cloudy day .... V
Numbor of cloudy day 14
A period of uniiiual foggy weather
prevailed during thn latter third or
thu month. Thl fog did not extend
much above tho valley floor, tho foot
MIW being almoKt free from It during
n greater part of tho time. Tho pre
elplUlton Him liejow pornul, but the
amount recorded wa more than uf
flclent for tho need of tho farmer.
Tho Mowing of groin prugrcd dur
ing tho mouth
l. J. O'UAItA.
Hpoclal Meteorological Obxcrver. I maVi tntemout. Tho aump
, i tlon provnlU In railway circles that
ITALIANS WANT RELIGION I ,loc,Hlon ?"' bo ",,,',n "'J CT
TAUGHT IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS ,0 "m10ll,, '" ,hr 'Y" i"rn,Sec"r1'
tie and tho Standard Oil, when tho
v in." ii.i.. m.. ! mm 1 1: . toch declared to bo hold Illegally
.,, ti.ii, ii . .,. iv inmit-
cIhhiIh nre furiiij- today u Mriko on i
Die pint of the patcnl of the pupil",
I'linhle to Mocuro leligioim iiiHtruetion
in the m-IiooN, Ilu piirenls nlimixt uu
nnliiioiihlv refiiM'il to eiiil their chil
dren to In oHuiitL' elaw.es for the
yeur. All of tlio eliaolx uro oluxed
an n loMilt, with no holution of the
nlriko in proitpcet.
SANTA MONICA, ('nl., Dee. H.
Mrn. TliouuiH ilurri, !(), wiih liunied
to ileutli here today when (ho explo
sion of a keniseno lump threw liurn
inu oil titxiii her olotliimr.
MADE IN MEDFORD
Your success nnd 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 builder buying of the home factories and institutions. Try this and in a few months we will have a "Greater Medford."
A Rogue River Valley Payroll
CEMENT DRAIN TILE CONCRETE CULVERTS
CONCRETE PIPE FOR IRRIGATION
Doaler in Washed Sand, Gravol and Crushed Rock
Offlco Fruitgrowers Dank llulldlug Factory North Itlvorstdo Aventio
Phono Main 052 Phono Malu C091
MEDFORD CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
0, J, SEM0N, Mmmgor,
Tor tho best o
EVERYTHING MADE OF WOOD
Soo us. Wo mako a specialty of
OFFICE FURNITURE and FIXTURES, MANTLES,
SCREEN DOORS and WINDOWS, Etc.
Factory Corner South tfir and 11th Sts. Both Phones
MEDFORD SASH AND DOOR CO.
Mrcmronn matl tribtjnt:, MEDFom). omwoy.
OFFICERS WHO mCVAWl) HONOR MEDALS
LtFT TO RJCHT . CTAPTAIW JULIAN dMJ.JOT -?ADrA.Ki Aoru, ,..tr, . ... ...:.,. ....... . ....... ,,.!
AND JT KtNNfcDY.AND 5WCUNT JOifiPM HtltRjON .ur,3 wiwnnuifl
,i iMfM,"in!1)', A."u.,l1 Ml,,pr' ,wu,"l1""" 'V"'"r11,, ,ivl':",'' ,' '' Kennedy nml Sergeant Jrnepb HpiidfroD, of
he Klftli I iiIiimI Hlatu Cuynlrr, and Captnlii J.ullan U. (Jaujoi, of the nrt Uultwl btaleji Cavalry, rcceld at tli
"'.,'., ' 'etldent Jnfi thu grcalont liouur linn i-uu lvf iiu-ii"iiii soldier-the iin-dal of honor
i ho exniiiplo which I'rMldrnt Taft itct In firwiillng 'l.o u,i-liu uiih a word of the hlaliwt commeudatloa
hn met with Hi.- greiiteM approval In WanhliiKtou. It N liel i.j i, Wil l mi iii'plrailoti to tho mm lo tin? army
lite Jive men miido their record for braver In thu l'li,iippinM u lixj, when a band of pirate tlut'tiad
lorroilrrd the Icluiid of I'ltlnii wn mIjI out.
NO LOCAL CHANGE
I'OKTI.AM), Ore , Dec. 3 - 1 ran
not nee where the dcclidoii of tho
supremo court will hnvo any effect
wlmlever upon local condition," ald
W. W. Cotton, coutUel for tho O. W.
It. &. N, when ii tllipatch aiiuouuc
lug the (Ift-Inluit of tho high tribunal
wa hIiowii to him.
"Kor omo tlmo tho Southern Pa
cific ha boon operating Mtparatcly.
Hproulo In president of that orgaulta-
tlon, ami Mohler Ii prejldent of tho
Union Pacific. DIMlnot organlxa-
tlon have been created In thl Mato,
a itUewhern, and operation of tho
Kouthrn Pacific aliould coutluun ax
before, o far a I can fort-cant."
Aked If In traffic agreement for
exchange of bun In cm or other pur
pose, there would bo any northwct-
em Villiiencc In Reparoling tho own
erohlp of tho two Interest. Cotton
told that wa lomothlng no one could
judge. Me held tint ironic ar
rangement are matters of agree
ment between railway, tho tamo ns
bimliic relation between Individ
ual, ami nobody could tata for tho
future when mich would bo entered
Into or when abrogated. The In
ference followed that there would bo
no dlKtiirhnnce In prettont condition.
and that tho future would ropoo with
thu managements of tho two con
cern, Further than thu local apect of
the iIccImIoii, Cotton did not earn to
In tho trensury of n company wns
divided among tho stockholder of
that company, mid wns thereafter
held ok Individuals.
QUAKE LEVELS MORE
BUILDINGS IN MEXICO
(H'ADAIiAJAItA. Occ. :i.-Mtieh
iipprelieiihiou in felt liere toilny, fol
lowing it tiovcrc curtli(iiiiku nlioek
wliieli rooked the city mid shook
down u number of liuildiugi). No fu
luliliet luivo hceii reported. The main
tremor was followed by minor dis-tiirlmueex.
SAI.HM, Ore., Per 3 Tho auto
mobile, departmont of tho secretary
of tato' office I today lending out
12,000 letter arid application blanks
to owner of motor vehicle and
chauffeurs in the itato who regl
(ered during 1 01 S nml probably wilt
want to regUtcr for 1!I13. To date
10.1C3 motor vehicle license and
17C0 chauffeurs' 1 1 re rue have been
Utued fur this year.
"Owner who wont to lows no time
In tho lino of their cars should make
application for 1013 licences ut
once," said 8. A. Koier, chief cleric
In the Htnto department "It will bo
a violation of tho law to iihp motor
vehicle nfter January 1 without a
new llcemo. Also applications should
but made now so the automohllo de
partment will h'avo time to register
tho cars and Issue number plate by
"The sccrotary of slate will make
no reservation of number. Assign
ment will bo made In order of re
ceipt of applications."
Mr. Kozer also called attention to
tho fact that th law makes no pro
vision for numbers" to be used gen
erally on demonstration car. Kach
Lear, whpthor for demonstration or
not, that Is run on public highways
miiHt have n llceno tag of Its own.
WAR SCARE IN BELGIUM
NOW ON IN FULL BLAST
HHUSSEI.S. IXc 3. The warscare
In Helglum lias been Increased by
the action of Franco In making Man
bcuoge tho stronghold near tho Ilcl
glnn frontier, a park for aeroplanes
and dirigibles. The town will be
surrounded by new forts equipped
with disappearing guns. Tho gov -
eminent of Helglum Intends to pans
a law against ospolnage. Tho south
ern part of tho country Is Infested
with French officers, who under the
proteiiKu of studying battles on tho
old battlefields, are thought to be
prcrarlng for an Invasion of Helglum
In the event of war with Germany.
The army corps In tho north of
France, with headquarter at Lille, Is
looked upon as tho potential Invad
Whito Enamel Furuituro
Built in Buffots, Seats
And Bookcases, Etc.
Cabinet Work Bono
in Oak, AValnut,Fir, or
Ait)' Other Wood Desired
E. G. Trowbrhlgo, Jr., Prop.
im . 1101 ly, juoarom
Tuesday. "December n,
FlfOM PRESIDENT TAFT
PINTO HAS STUNT
0. A. C.
COKVAI.L1H, Ore., Dec. .'I. The
concert noasoii of the cadet military
bend nt the Oregon Agricultural Col
lege oeiN this year December l.'l with
it biir concert in the ojveru hou-'o nt
luune. Cuptiiin Hurry Heard lias
planned n program eontniuiiitf n-
number of heavy piece. iuch iih the
"Semiramidc" overture by KoMiii,
eornpoHcr of tho "Willinm Tell' over
ture which wuh m well reeoived nt
the linml eoncerlH tnt year.
' Selections fnim grnml oimtii, iih
the "Pilgrims' Chorus," "Kvenin
Star," ami the grand march, all from
"TannhmiKer," by Wagner, will also
be included in the program. A c
einl feature of tlio concert will be a
baritone solo from the ocru of
"Cannon" Ming lv II. I Hoe, of the
plant pathology department.
An interesting number, revived
from the iirxl baud concert five
yearn ago, will be the "Anvil Clionis"
from II Trtovntorc, in which nn ue
conipanimcnt of rcnl anvils will bo
used. Kach year since the number
was given iM'foro thcn have been re
micel for its rculitiou, ami this
year Capt. Heard has decided to give
The humorous descriptive numbers
"What the Matter With Father",
so Miiiilar last year, will also be re
peated. A fjieciiilly introduced "be
tween lialvos" will be a "I'inlo'x
Niglilman Stunt." V. I). C.dvig nml
Fied Stninjr are with the baud.
C1TV TltIiSL'lti:it'S XOTICK.
Notice Is hereby given that tho
city of Medford, Jackson county,
Oregon, will tako up and cancol tho
following Improvement Hends:
l No. C24 to C2U Inclusive dated
' July 1, 1911.
No. C95 to 703 Inclusive, dated
July I, 1911.
No. SOI to S10 Inclusive, dateu
July 1, 191 1.
Interest on tho above named bonds
will cease at tho next Interest pay
ing period, January 1, 1913,
QUS II. SAMUELS,
Dated Dec, 1st, 1912. 217
Legal blanks at Mall Tribune.
Medford Iron Works
E. Q. Trowbridge, Prop.
General Foundry and
Pacific 401; Home 29SL.
Res. Pac. 5031; Home 227L.
K. A. Illcks P. M. Korabaw
(loneral Manager fleu. Sales Algr.
OREGON GRANITE CO.
Quarry Ownors and
Oregon Oranlto otunda the test ot
1 FALLS IN LINE TO
fond l)itriet V... 8, located high
lit Mi inonntniiiH of Kwium creek em
hrnilng Asbeston ,uh .fallen in lino
for n ftwif I road Inx for the pur
mo of improving the liigliwavn -.f
Unit Kooiion and i making prcpnrn
Iioih to raio bv special levy, iih
rnijMiworei bv law, fiiiulH for that
A number of other dilrielt nre
also contemplating t. mutter.
Hpecdv action is reipiired an Decern
her 8 i tho Intent duto action can be
taken this year.
ROGUE RIVER VOIES
WET; WOMEN OUI
Itogue Hlver went wet Monday at
tho annual city election by a vote of
65 to 33, practically a two to ono
vote, Ono hundred and mvoii rote
were. cast, 47 being women, the first
suffragettes In southern Oregon to
exercise tho right of the balJot. aa
given them at tho last election. Three
councllmcn M, Ilurkhardt, U. F
Jnson and John Thresher were elect
ed for one-year terms.
Talent and Kagle Point will hold
their annual elections today. In
Talent tho next mayor will bo W. H.
Uretse. a socialist. Mrs. Carollno
VogeU, mentioned for the place, de
clined to run. She Is tho wife of the
well-known contractor. Six men aro
out for councllmcn. they being I.. J.
Floppy, John Robinson, John Nor
man, William Stump, James Foxall,
W. W. festes and John F. Hart.
Miss Leah Luke, postmistress at
Talent, Is the only candidate for re
corder. She Is 24 years old.
In Kagle Point tho Issuex of tho
campaign rest solely upon the selec
tion of two councllmcn. the nominees
upon tho official ballot being J. F
Urown and O. O. Womsley.
hotel in the
City. Running diitilled
ice water in each room.
European Plan, a la Carte
Tariff on Rooms
12 room ....
60 rooms . - -
SO rooms - . . -60
room fc ft'nik Mi
50 room wilk srinl l&
30 suites, bedroom, par
lor and bath 3.00 each
For tnoro than one gut add $1.00
extra to the above rate for
each additional guett.
Reduction by week or month.
Manafmtnt Chttttr IV. Ktltty
The Boor Without a Peer
Tho choicest hons and tho
scientifically in just tho right way, aro rcsponsiblc'Tor
its absolute purity and excellence
Ordor a case from your dealer or phono
Pacific 51 or Home 29-1
H. WEINHARD S BEER AND ICE DEPOT Medford
Leading Newspapor in
- - ' . ..i...
makes ddlicious ptiry
It's the last word in pastry
making. It makes cakes so
light and airy that every mor
sel tastes like " more."
Digestible too, because Cot
tolene food is never greasy.
Cottolene is better than
lard, because it's a vegetable
not an animal product. It
is richer- use one-third less.
Cottolene is cheaper than
butter costs no more than
lard, and wilt give better re
sults than either. Use one-
third less than
CoHoUm fa never
old in bulk al
ways la ak'tight
k from dirt,
dust snd odors. It
(e always uniform
THE K. K. rAJKBAKK COMPANY
detect If cui'!
Mt fM OrfgMM ami mmmm
Forlnf ants, InvaGdj, and GiowmgcydreH.
PureNutritioe.up bu3dng the whole body.
Bl m mafced gram, in powilet (arm,
A fkk hack prepare! ta mm te.
Take m fttiMe. Askfar HOXUCK'S.
Nmt Im Amy Milk Tnmi
The Grouchy Face
Is repcllant rather than attractive
Hut sometimes It Is tho bad condi
tion of tho teeth that contorts the
face and disfigures It. Or It may
be that an aching tooth or neuralgia
spoils tho appearance. Don't Buffer
with aching or ugly teeth when wu
can mako them look bright, clean and
regular, at a very reasonable cost.
Over Daniels for Duds. raclfic
Phono 2528, Home Phono 3T.2-K
finest barlov malt, browed
IC it's made of
I can mako it
ITomo M,F.&IT. CO.'
Phono 30L Bldg,