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ft. Uf Brawn if KAto I'alnt wm a
rfltyJfltor In Mrdfordi
lli 9. Klnnoy of alrndato I in
ModforU on iiMncM.
"Mlstf KathcHne Ittraham ot Gold
Hill Ir In Medford on luwliteim.
Mm. ih if.'TilUlb of .Central r-otnt
?bb Among Wr Medford friends re
cently! Jonas' nalry Farm Lllllo Suskc
For iwlo only by Schleffplln'a Saul
lary flreqefjr. ' 320
The M.' M. department store Ib
lifting the building next door to the
Mai. to illsjiUy thrlatmas novelties
nu'd, until the liotidayR are over, will
liaVo two atoro rooms. After the
tint ot tho year the entire Mock will
ho moved to tho newer and larger
J. D. Schaff, n pioneer commercial
traveler, was up 'from San Francis
Fruit labels In any color printed
by tho MaU Tribune. tf
Win, Xellli. who la at his Rogue
Ulver ranch this, enmo to Medford
Vapor baths and scientific mas
sage for men and vomen. Dr. It.
J. Loekwood, chrlopractor, 203 Oar-nett-Coroy
DldR. Phono 145.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wntklns were In
Jacktionvlllo for a few hours Thurs
day. . Phone ua your orders for milk,
cream, butter and buttermilk. Two
deliveries, dally. II. It. Creamery.
Mr. R. V Bcall of Central Tolnt
was the Rucst ot her daughter, Mrs.
Charles Strang, Thursday.
Mrs. Halltday-Halgnt, contralto
pupil of Marcbeal. (Paris), Randcg-
enr fHnclandV. Georce Sweet. Os
car SacfiKer, New York, will receive
pupils for vocal culture at residence
studio, 403 Oakdale avenue, South.
Phono Main 72C2. 223
Mrs. O. Davis halftone to Grants
Pass on a visit with friends.
Carkln & Taylor (John II. Car
kin and Glens O. Taylor), attornoys-at-law,
over Jackson County Bank
Harry Carlton, who lives near
Central Point, spent Thursday night
In our city.
Tho Roae Maiden Is coming.
H. E. Morrison of Griffin cre.ck and
D. Buckley of Applegate were here
Oak and hardwood 4.P0 and f B.'ftO
per cord. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth aad.JFlr.- ;
The county coimlssloners urt
finished Us December term Thurs
day. The present members will hold
their last session on tho first
Wednesday in January.
Real home-made bread at DeVoe's.
F. W. Carnahan, superintendent of
tho Blue Ledge, .arrived In Medford -Wednesday.
Mrs. Carnahan Is pay
ing relatives living in Eugftnp a visit.
Artistically printed letter heads on
fancy bond paper make Xlno Christ
mas presents. Let us show you
samples. The Mall Tribune. .tf
M. Purdln, O. C. Hoggs and F. II.
Mears were among tho attorneys who
went to Jacksonville Thursday.
Soft wood J2 a tier. Gold Say
W. II. Humphrey made a trip to
Jacksonville Thursday morning.
Rose Maiden, Dec 17tb at Nat
Mrs. Charles Pienlng of Gold
Hill was In Medford Wednesday,
shopping with our merchants.
At a bargain, a good stump-pulling
machlno with cable. In tlno condition.
Apply at 4 S3 JSouth Fir street, Med
ford. M. F. .Hanley .has returned from
n busluess trip to 'Northern Califor
nia. Oak tier wod for sale. Gold Ray
Realty Co. '
JW. .It, Glasgow was an Ashland
Legal blanks for sale at the Mall
Tribune office. tf
Fjii.ll Brltf was down from Jack
sonville Thursday afternoon.
Oak tier wod for sale. Gold Ray
F. Zana gf Gpld Hill and F. B.
Outman of Talent were among those
who transacted business In Medford
Tresspass notices for sale at the
Mall Tribune office. tf
J, M. Fenn ot the Fenn mine Is
stopping in Medford.
For goodnwa sake, have R. A.
Holmes, the Insuranco man wrjto
your insurance. He knows how,
Kd Murpny an,d Vm. Morgan
brought a band ot Klamath county
mules belonging to tho latter and
Kj-aiiU w!nglo to this section during
Mrs. L. C. Brown of Jacksonville
was a Medford visitor Thursday.
Weeks &NcGowan Co.
JUg JfhosMI r. W. Wctka H71
r A. Jr. rf, HM
Dr. R, J, Center haa meted hi
Officd tn the Hutchtften A Lumiden
building, Thene offices were far
jrtwly occupied by the eewmerslal
club. pr. Conray And Clancy have
Charles Dunten ot tho Jacksonville
Tils Works was in Medford and Ash
Oak and hardwood fJ.GO and J5.00
per cord. Gold Ray Realty Co.,
Sixth and Fir.
Dr. J.T liart was down '""em Tal
ent onn day this week, vlsilng his
Collect those scattered sheets ot
rouilo you value aud havo thorn
bound la book form at tho Mall
O. A, Stir ran arrived In Medford
from Aberdeen, Wash., Thursday.
$2000.00 or fraction thereof to
loan on Improved country real es
tate at current rates. Carkln A
Taylor, Jackson County Bank Bldg.,
Henry Wendt of Jacksonville was
a business visitor In Medford Thurs
Bring that old hook with torn
binding down and havo tt rebound
at tho Mall Trlbuno office. Costs
but little. tt
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore of up
per Butto creek district, who are
visiting In Central Point spent Thurs
day afternoon tn Medford.
Rose Mnldon, Dec. 17th at Nat.
S. L. Brooks, who has been In
charge of Linn & McKay's orchard In
Jackson creek district, and his fam
ily have removed to Roseburg.
George A. Hover of Phoenix pre
cinct, a well known horticulturist,
transacted business In Medford
Jnnics T. Chlnnock, water com
mlslsoncr for this district arrived In
Medford tho forepart ot the week.
The grand Jury, which has been In
session at Jacksonville for several
days, will adjourn today, having re
turned quite a number ot indict
U. E. Phlpps and C. W. Turpln
ot Mound wero In tho city on busi
E. E. Kelly was In Jacksonville
Thursday afternoon, on legal busi
ness. Mrs. F. R. Nell and daughter were
In Medford Thursdcr, en route to
Jacksonville on a visit.
A. W. Wilson, who Is employed on
a tig innch near Roseburg, is vis
iting his sls'tcr. Miss Almlra Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. A. If. Webber of Cen
tral Pont district are spending a few
days tn Meltord.
' This Is V certify that Graham &
Wakmaas Mh whom I placed my
Insurance, paid me promptly and In
full, for my lo by fire, on my barn
and contents and I want to recom
mend them to all who have fire In
surance to play and shall never for
get their kindness to me In time of
need. Clarks G. Rush. 220.
JUSTICE GRABS N00SE VICTIMS
(Continued from Page One)
out a tjremor. Jiw-t before the jioo.se
was nlaccd nrouud his necjc he turn
ed .toward Warden Johnson nud lick
ed imnnlsso,n to make n short state
"Von mnv do bo." said tho warden.
Turnins to tho tvehp iriinccs pf
the .execution, lie aid in n clear, even
Makes Speech jo Slectator
"Gentlemen, I presume j'ou hnvc
como here to witness tho execution of
a murderer, but vliilo that is the
word for my crimo I am not n mur
derer at hourt. Hut the law calls i'or
my execution anil I nm ready."
Ino tiiiutiterf before the execution,
Chaplain AfcQoveni and Rev. A. O.
Selce. a negro miuixUjr of. Sncrnmen
to, muiK 'Clearer My Coil to Thee."
Delehaute joined in the singing. The
doomed man wn. baptized by the
chaplain this morning.
Delehnnte hud a Uk chicken dinner
lafil nfcht which ha appeared in relWi
greatly. lie asked for musics and hU
wish was fronted. During the grea
ter part of tho evening and up to the
hour of his execution the chaplain
and Rev. Sclcu were with him, talking
anil praying. He told them that ho
was leady to meet his fate.
Xn Sign of Incitement "
Willi tho exception of an ahnor
mnlly litgh pulse, the man gave no
evidence of excitement or nervous
ness. Ho walked to tho scaffold
with a firm and resolute step and
when the warflcm asked if ho was
ready to have the rope placed about
his ;eck he qoolly replied: "Yes, sir."
It was the first hanging at Folsom
HI'ECIAL SCHOOL MKETLVO.
Not'lco 'is hereby given to tho legal
yoters of School District No. 49, of
Jackson county, state of Oregon, that
a special school meeting of the said
district will bo held at tho high
school building on the 9th day ot
December, 1912 at 2:30 o'clock In
the afternoon, for tho purpose of
making a levy of a special school
Dated this 29th day of Nov.. 1912.
Chairman Board of Directors.
'District Clerk. "
iniDFonB xrxn TRimraE.
NO ONE WANTS
ASHI.A.N'1), Ore., 1)0. tLDespite
the fnct thnt tho city election come?
December 17, there nr ho onndlilnlcs
for mayor in Ihe field, and the situ
ation U becoming uinevlnl tenp,
C. 11. Lninkin, O. V. Tiffnny, O. II.
Johntoit and Joseph Hint haw been
mentioned for the ilnce but they
have mnilo ho unnmincement. Tho
city will oto on nn uilditionnl $-
000 fur an electric lighting system.
J. 0. Hurt hn. filed Tor city re
corder, making two filings for that
office, Mens. Hint and Anlry.
For councilman, Louis WerlJi has
filed in tho first ward for tho short
term mid P. K. Smith is reported lo
he intending to file fur the long
term. O. S. Butler hni tiled in the
second ward and 1. 1). Cloud iu the
Mr-. Vim Font has filed as a mem
ber of tho park hoard from the firsl
ward and 0. O. Eubanks as ciAy
DEPLORES USE IN
NEW YORK, Dec. II. Usage of
nleohol among tho officers of. the
army and navy is the "most baffling
ob-tnele to progress," according to
Colonel Mcnin Mints, chief surgeon
of the eastern division of the nnny
in n rcjwrt published by the Journal
of Military Service issued by offi
cers on Governor's Ilnnd.
"No one nddictcd to the uo of al
coholic beverages .should he appoint
ed to' important positions, civil or
military, to the command of military
or naval forces, or any other position
of importance nnd responsibility,"
writes Colonel Mans.
REVISE TARIFF FROM
AGATE TO ZINC
WASHINGTON. Hoc. 0. Peclnra
tiou that tho tariff revised "from
agate to zinc'' was made here today
by Jlepresentative O-car Underwood
of Alabnmn, majority leader in the
house. Tbe ways and means com
mittee meeting, jscheduled for next
week, lie snid, was merely to deter
mine when the hearings shouldbcgiu.
SENDING IAS GIFTS
WASHINGTON, Dec. C Postmas
tcr General Hitchcock Issued a state
ment today urging the public to uso
moro care In address'1 Christmas
packages. Last "year 3C.C00 pack
ages wcro nils-sent and went to tho
dead letter office.
Santa Claus letters this year will
go to chaxitablo .Institutions.
JUDGE GRAHAM SEEKING
JUDGE MOBBOW'S JOB
SAN FRANCJSCQ, J)cc. (J. An
nouncement wns inn.de Jierc today by
Superior Judge Tliomns F. Qrnham
that he will bo n candidato lor ap
pointment to the place on tho feder
al bench lo bo vacalcd in July b.v
the .retirement of Judgo W. W. Mor
This t9 show that I, B. Klum, have
purchased tho blU poHtlng and dis
tributing business formerly con
ducted by y. T. Canon, .and I will
not be responsible or V'."8 con"
traded by Mr, Conon,
Walscott Sisters will be here two
weeks with all tho latest styles ot
ladles' hair goods, Portland and San
Francisco prices. . Combings made 19
order. Wo root tho hair and do first
class work only. Located at ir
Anderson's millinery store, ?32 W
Main St. Phono 234-X. 222
J00 LATE TO CLASSIFY
3,U HENT-iStrJctly ;nodern, styfra
beat.el (urulsherf 'ropm wlt(i .V.oard
for two p.eojl.e, 'iiO S, Itlyerslde.
WANTBD Housekeeping roomfl,
furnished or unfurnished, Iu pri
vate family. Address Box V. C
euro Mall Tribune. 220
VQll 8ALK Light hack, tyo 0its,
canopy 9p, nolo and shafts. AIp9
cedar fence posts. -W. J, Ha.tzoll,
MEnronn, okkoon, fdidav, DtaCEMtircn n, una.
GOLD CASES LOST
t . tt
LONDON, Dee. C .Startling de
etopuveuts In tlu lavesUg'ttion v'
f rtOOO In sovereigns pilfered from a
consignment of l 000,000 shipped
by tho Bank of ICngland to the Credit
Luonnals at Alexandria, Kgypt, three
weeks ago, camo to light huro today
when the disappearance ot tho ori
ginal ciRoa was announced.
When the coin arrived at Alexan
dria It wan found that two of tho
canes hnd been opened Ihe rtold re
moved and lend 8ubtltutcd. To as
certain whether or not tho robbery
was accomplished b Imitating the
original scls after removing tho
coin, tho British authorities ordered
Uio empty cases Rhlpped hack lo Lon
don tor examination. ,
The canes were shipped from
Kgypt to Trieste, iheiico by train to
Bremen. wVro'nlt tweo of tho two
oaf c.i was lout.
HOE IS MARIO
A. V. Jonlnn. the popular clerk at
tho Nash hotel slipped one over on
Ins employers und his inciuis hy
nuictlv AliDiilnir awu lo I'oilltniil ami
nmrrying Miss Evn lhiscow if that
..- ii i. . ... i. ?. .
cuy. nicy nrv evpccicu in nmic
Saturday from the north.
EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS AT
I-isl night Dr. Parsons preached
an unusually strong sermon.
A lnrgu congregation was present,
and nil wcro deeply impressed. His
theme tonight at 7il0 i, "Tlu Lar
gest Possible Lifd" This U the
kjud of a life which emii one dcires
to live. Dr. Parsons i one of the
best preachers t)int has ever visited
our city. T miss jhesc tnrcliugs is
to miss surely something ot ggront
value to you. Kvm evening nt 710
except Saturday, Yhre vull he jKipu
lar meetings in the Prcsbjlcrian
church. Dr. Parsons preaches Sun
day morning and tv citing. Meeting
for men only on Monday nt 3 p. m.
All arc cordially invited lo theye
WANTS $5000 FOR HAVING
' HAD HCKARM PINCHED
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Dee. tl.-I)c
clnriug thnt Otis Skinner, tho actor
in "Kismet" now appearing heic,
pinched her arm o severely thai nhe
was obliged to visit a plivMcinn
twice, Miss .Molho Qiiinn, a tonncr
member of the company, is today
suing Skinner fur $.r000 ilumngcH.
"I was one of tho beggars en
semble," snid Miss Qiiinn, "and in
the second ad, .Mr. Skinner pinched
me so linrd that I ran from the stage.
My nppcnl tn the attaches f (lie
theatre brought nm no satisfaction."
and arc liaviug a heavy
sale in all the cities.
"JOHN KELLY" design
cd i'or us a specially trim
tan J,i,ns.sja en)f '.Oo.o.t, with
?A iiu'li Jicicl' wljicji wo
aro featuring in the win
dows today. "
This hoot will hannonisco
splendidly with .the new
Fjftwn sinal Ipiitt;,
scv.cn incJi t,op, 3-4 foxetj,
high broad shank, now Cu
ban heel, Goodyear welt
Sj-i.v0 in all sjtfes.
Opposite Jfost ,0ffc6
TEOOY 10 ADDKESS
K I .
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CIIICAdO, Dec. v When tlto pro
grcsslvo rfliifori'tiro cvPtu !iro next
Wcilncsdoy tilts irln'iinl (Hiocch wll.
ho dcHvorcd by TbcuJo-o JlnotCMilli
nccortling lo announcement mnile
Hoosuvclt ami fonnur K-imlnf Al
liert ,1. Hcveridgo of luitliiu.v me
scheduled In nddres'H h! dinner lo
ho hold on Tuesday nigh) Two hcs
bIoiim are planned by the pio.rcwhe
one on Tnvsilny nud ilut olhor Vrd-ncsday.
ALL COATS REDUCED
Some as much as one-half price.
$6.95, $9.50, $12.95, $14.98, $19.85 up
CHILDREN'S COATS & DRESSES
lustra special for Saturday.
Your unrest rieted choice of the en
tire stoek Ono-Half Prico.
HOUSE DRESSES $1.29 and $1.89
At money saving prices
$l.f0, .$1.(55, $1.75 House Presses
$225, $2.-15 House Dresses at $1.89
Hoe Ladies' heavy wool Hose
f)5e Ladies' lleeee Jined Hose,
?iw Ladies' heavy ribbed
50c Ladies' worsted foot
75e Ladies' sjllc plated J lose,
now '. 5f)c
$1.25 ladies' sill; Hose, now . $1.00
The alyjvo aro all Armor plate Hose
and guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Write Ideas for njoving Picture Plays!
You Can Write Photo Plays and Earn $25 or More Weekly
' WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW
Tf you have ideas if you can THINK we wjll show you' tho secrets of tins
faseinatiug new profession. Positively no experience or literary excellence nee-
essary. ino "iiowery language" is wauieu.
The demand for photoplays js practically unlipntm . To Ing Ji in nianujaetur-
crs are "moving ncav511 aim canir hi uieir aiienipuj w gut hmvih kvu ib v
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Nearly all the big film companies, the buyers of. photoplays, arc located in or
near NEW YORK OI.TY. IJeing rigl.it on t wo, julicl HWLnvn
what sort of )1o1h are wanted hy tho producers, om' SALHS l)JUAH'rMliNT has
a tremendous advantage over agencies situated in distant cities.
Wo havo received many letters from the big film nmnufa.cj.urers, such nfl
yiTAflJtAt'ljr, DDTSOiT, KHSANAY, LUlilN, SOLAfX, 1MV, RHX, 1,1 AOR,
OIIAjMPION, GOIET, MJ5LIISS, Ef,t:a. jvgiiiB us ,to send photoplays jto thcin. W.o
want more writers and we'll gladly teach yo,u jlho Secrets ot success.
YTe are eUlng photoplay? wrHton )y pe.opj,o wh.Q."novor booro wro.to a line fpr
Porlinppwocnnclbthoshm6fbi''S!'od:,,IPyoA can think of 'only ono good idea
every week, and will write it out as directed by us, and it sells fot' only Sji21J.; a low
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FREE Sendjrour name and address at once for fre.p copy of our piuttted bopje,
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Don't hesitate. "Don't in-gu.o, "VrJo N.O)V nn4 learn just wjiat this ncvy pro
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NATIONAL AUTHOR'S INSTITUTE
1543 BROADWAY A M , , . NE Jy1 YQRK CITY
REFUSED 1 9 MAIDENS
PP PELS DESTROY'TOWN
.' li' mi e r- i'.V
MHXirO CITY, Dec (J. Hccmtfo
lite residents of Vjillo Del Hnivu In
tho stale of Mexico if fused lo deliver
tilucloou iouttg women twhhmlH of
Din Ioku yi nr Jo Zitimlu jcl.ifl tuuliir
coinmn,ud of (lepovevo IJe 10, Hie
plnco wiH iirncticiilly dcslfoyed lo
day, ncconling lo reporl't Here.
The Inhabitants feared Urn tebels
would wrehk vengciipeo on llieui ho
tied to tho hills. It U unid llii'v arc
suffering olicuilv fiom cold utul
Money Saving Sale
The ntvTslrllii' besl in Ladies' J,eady-lo-wear
Appairl al a great saving in prieo. Von aro
always assured ol" the correct garment at the
right price here, but now during our Monoy
Saving Snlo the saving to you is phenomenal.
Our sole objimt is to turn over as umuh Ktttelc
as is possible into ensh in tlie shorlesl possible
Hardly an item has escaped the green
ticket anil the reduction is greatly undor
prfced 2f to fiOJ. and more.
SANIA BARBARA HILLS
I r r-rx
HAN'PA IIAIUIAHA, Cnl, Dec, II.
Willi thousands of nores nlreuily
laid unslo bv fulfil flroa Hint -Tor
tv d.v linvp liecn Hwopjilnj; llm
Haiilii Ilnilmiji rujeM )or,iro iijpl
threatened ,lln mllllomilro ,Monle.
cello colony were still beyond iniilrOl
imtlv loilny. Tit I Co litueh lioi
havo lireji ilcslroyfil nttil olhurs un
In tho pitth of tho flumes, tihlel'
Wniigcr HiosMtm f HtO Hmiln llnf
bpyn forest icwrvn furoes Is (calling
i!vl(t mtui who ore flli(ing Utu fire.
flrotipe,d in throe lots
Values to $.15.00, at . $10.0.0
Values to $.T7.f0, at $15.00
Values to $05.00, at 27.50
SILK DRESSES $15.00
Actual values to $:j0.00.
Others reduced proportionately.
TRIMMED & UNTRIMMED HATS
Values to $5,00, now ,$J..08
Entire line of jri united and untrim
ned Hats at reductions of l-!l and 1-2
$1.25 ladies' or lnen'a un))rellw
$2.00 ladies' or men's umbrellas
$2.50 ladies' or men's umbrellas
now $ J .OS
One line of ladies' and men's umbrel
las, $0.50 and $7.50 values. Ijxtra
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