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atEDFORTJ M70D TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, ORKCION, WEDNESDAY, DKOEMBER 11, 1012,
Tho coIIpro women of tho vnllcv
nr Invited to meet nt ono o'clock
next Saturday at the Motel Holland
where an Informal luncheon will bo
nerved." H I hopd that onco each
inonUi Jhla pjiporjunltr may be Riven
to meet for social hqtir and nlana
will jio furjher dlacnsacd pn Satur
day. All Interested will pleaRo notify
tho colnnilltrc In charge. Mr. Kred
Cummlpps, 2653; JIN Morton, 6241,
nnJ m (fttrnenter, 2P1-IM-
Charles Gay visited his parents In
Central Point Wednesday.
Let' The Handicraft Shop help you
decldo your Christmas gifts. 224
It. K. Nell of tho Rogue Ttlvcr
Canal company left Tuesday to snnd
Chrlstmns with his family at Spo
kane. J. I Sullivan will look after
his Interests during his absence.
Tho St. Mark's Guild will meet
Thursday, December, 12th, In the St.
Mark's building room four. A full
attendaneo Is desired as Important
business Is to come before the meet
For goodness sake, have R. A.
Holmes, tho Insurance man write
your Insurance, llf knows hoir.
J. Landqulst has returned to Mod
ford after a tout of the Pacific coast.
Mo reports business matters general
ly quiet, though prospects for the fu
ture .aro good.
Fruit labels In any color printed
by tho Mall Tribune. tf
M.lsa Mollle Itay or Applegate Is
tho guest of Mrs. Volney Dixon.
Vapor baths and scientific mas
sago for men and women. Dr. R
J. Lockwood, chrlopractor, 203 Gar-nett-Coroy
Dldg. Phono 143. '
Mm. Olive Uutkr Norton of Port
land has been visiting relatives and
friends In Med ford.
Phone us your orders for milk,
cream, butter and buttermilk. Two
dellvclies, dally. It. R. Creamery.
V. Treel and G. Grimes of Cen
tral Point have gono to tho Glade
fork of Applegatc to hunt bear.
Carkjn fc Taylor (John II. Car
kin and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-nt-law,
over Jackson County Bank
Ilulldlng Mf.dford. a
G. L. Hughe of Hornbrook. Cal
ls nuking our city a business visit.
Mrs. Orrln Davis, who has been
visiting at Grants Pass, returned
The Rose Maiden Is- coming. , .
Horace Pclton of Sams Valley
transacted business In Medford Tues
Real home-made bread at DeVoe'a.
T. R. Rock of Thompson creek and
Fred Owens of Jacksonville wore
Medford .visitors Tuesday.
Artistically printed letter heads on
fancy bond paper make fine Christ
mas presents. Let us show you
samples. The Mall Tribune. tf
James Kershaw of Autelope, an ex
tenslvo raiser of mohnlr, was a busi
ness visitor in our city Tuesday.
Soft wood 12 a tier. Gold Ray
V, II. Sin mons, who has bpon de
veloping a promising quartz mine in
Sterling district for several years,
spent Monday night In Medford. He
rpports 1he volu of ore Improving
bq(h lp size and quality.
Rose Maiden, Dec. 17th at Nat
M. F. Hanley of upper IJutto Creek
Is stopping In Medford for a few
Oak tier wod for sale. Gold Ray
J. H. Hay has gone to Palmer creek
to Jook after his mining Interests.
He In now a rcsldpnt of Los Angeles.
Legal blanks for sale at the Mall
Tribune office. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hackert of
North Jacksonville were In Medford
Qak tier wod for sale. Gold Ray
U. II. McCabe and M. Purdln wor
In Jacksonville pn professional busi
ness during tho week.
Dr. R. J. Conroy lias moved his
office to tho Hutchison & Lumsden
building. These offices were for
merly occupied by the commercial
club, Drs. Conroy and Clancy have
dissolved partnership, '
J. II, Crawford of Gold Illll vis
ited with hjs son, Oris Crawford, as
sistant cashier of the First Nutlonal
Hank pn Tuesday, as also did his
brother, Dr. Crawford, of Clovpjand,
Quo. The latter will soon leave for
Los Angeles, Cal., where he will visit
govern I weeks.
Collect those scattered shoets of
nuie you, value and have them
bound In book form at the Mall
8. 0. Lnwrcnco and Doll Moore pf
Gold Hill were In Medford one day
M. K. fllocklirldc and P. I.. Cum nf
Ashland worn nmong those who
transacted business In Medford Tues
day. Georn W. Knox of Whcejer eejin
ty. who Is visiting his forfner homo
In Jpepllne county, spent .Tuesday
night In Medford. So did Fred
Knox, A. M. Hunch and Karl Top
ping of Applognte.
$2000.00 or fraction thereof to
loan on Improved country real
Into at current rates. Carktn ft
Taylor, Jackson County Bank. Oldg.,
School Superintendent Wells was
ofor from Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon.
Urlng that old book with torn
binding down and have It rebound
n(. tho Mall Tribune offlpo. Costs
but little. ' tf
Mr. and Mrs. Itlppey of Central
Point spent Tuesday afternoon in the
Rose Maiden, Dec 17th at Nat.
Col, F. I Ton Velio has been In
Jacksonville several times recently.
Ho Is having the property that he
bought at the county seat improved
Tresspass notices for sale at tho
Mall Tribune office. tf
Alex Norrls of Jacksonville will be
the janitor of the court house when
the now administration is installed.
Mr. Ksterllnck and ills family of
Ashland visited friends living in Med
Christmas presents. Pcrculators,
chafing dishes, casslroles, etc.. In
copper, brass and aluminum. F. V.
Shnplelgh Hardwaro Co., 28 South
V. R. and S. C. HIgglnbotbam and
other residents of Kanes creek were
In Medford Tuesday.
J. L. Garvin of Talent tarried In
Medford Tuesday night. .
For tho boy's Christmas, wagons,
coasters, skates, guns, velocipedes,
etc F. y. Shaplclgh Hardware Co.,
28 South Central.
Mrs. M. H. Parker and Miss D.
Pattlson of Central Point were among
Medford friends Tuesday.
Robert Pond has returned to
Pendleton after a business visit of
several days In Medford and Jacksonville.
Give her for Christmas Comraun
Ity, Diamond Edge or World brands
silver plate, Flat Ware. p. W. shap
lclgh Hardware Co., 2S South Cen
tral. Col. R. C. Washburn of Tabic Rock
made n trip to Medford Tuesday,
staying over night.
Hert Grccr of the Tidings, A. L.
Alkens, C. Kamerer and others were
down from Ashland Tuesday night,
Mesdamcs Gillette, Harbaugh,
Vogt and Coulter of Jacksonville
were among the snany outside shop
pers In Medford Tuesday.
George Gillette, formerly of Ash
land, was In tho valley during the
week pn business connected with his
position as S. P. Inspector of trans
portation. He now resides at Port
J, D. Heard and hU family, after
a residence of several years in Med
ford and at the Sterling mine, have
left for Southern California.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Clngcade of Eagle
Point were guests of their son, Harry
R. W. Hitchcock of Eaglo Point
and A. A. Wiley of Oold Hill tarried
in Medford Tuesday.
' REACHES J
Tim ilnmnro n!t liroiiL-lit lv Mad
eline Hoy Pnrkcr of Ccttlrnl Point,
ngninst Mrs. It. M. Whiteside for
$7300 which she claims is due her
as the rvMilt of nn nsiiult made up
on her following mi nlterenlion over
rent went to tne jury snortiy nner
noon today. The jnrv i- etill nut.
Madeline Parker is u milliner of
Cent ml Point. S'io nllegeil Hint lr.
Whites.hU n wn ul I id her und after-
nnnls dimmed her lm-.ino-s to the
extent of $i.HH). I he ni-e vn mini
fonuht throughout, the courtroom be-
inp crowded by a large delegation
from Central Point. n. r .Mulkey
aimenred for the idnintiff and A. II.
Uenme.s for the defenM.
LANSING. Mich., Dec 11 Mrs.
Mary Lucas, a woman attorney con
fessed here today to having poisoned
Mrs. Paulino S.'nsel. pleading that
the act was Justified. Shu denied
that sho had murdered other persons,
but tho police are digging up the cel
lar of he.' home here, In tho belief
that her case rivals that of tho Gun
Carl Miller, a boarder at the Lucas
home, disappeared seven months ago
and tho police assert tho woman
later sought to gain possession of his
property. Sometime ago Mrs. Lucas
and her husband went to Nebraska,
tho woman returning hero alono, say
ing her husband had died suddenly
LOS ANGHLK9, Cal, Dee tl
The passing of the doRRed-borlng-ln.
taKe-tivo-tQ-Blvetutio fighter of thf
class first brought to recent cham
pionship notice by llnttllug Nelson, U
marked hern today with Luther Mc
carty, victor over Jim Klynn, In tho
sixteenth round as the latest expon
ent of the straight left and thn right
cross as a means to sule n relentlesn,
McCarty, In his fight with Flymi
hero last night, exemplified the use
of the straight left In tho same man
ner us did Willie Ritchie when ho
took Ad Wolgast's lightweight crown
from him at San Francisco Thanks
giving Day. Continually pecking
imu, he lined his left as n range
finder, crossing the right when the
McCarty will remain In Los Ange
les until New Year's Day, when ho
meets Al Palter at Vernon for tho
white heavyweight title. It he wins
against Palser, McCarty probably will
visit New York, returning to the Pa
cific Coast In the summer to meet all
comers, burring black and tan.
E GIVEN I
Weeks iMcGowan Co.
Wets rfcoMi v. w. wks ten
A. S. 0 MM
TO WIN BACK IE
SAN' FRAXCISCO, Dec. 11. Af
ter fifteen yenr in the Klondike
region, where ho niudc n fortune,
Richard F. Uromsteud, is here toiln.
determined to win hack Mr. llrom-Htt-ntl.
ITe xuyrt lie left homo in'ti'itse
of a 'iiiMijiderstn-Hling, und that no
loil-bycs were f.'iil.
Severn! years no iicwij)nNr re
iwrted the death of Itrom-,tead al
ben uuil liis wife ninrried J. Huljee.
Tltlii jniirriagp proved imiiappy, mid
Mr.s, llromslead divorced Ilnllec.
"There will be u big reunion before
night if my wifo is willing," wuid
CHANGE MEETING HALL$
The evnngelihlH who vyero boldinj;
meetingri nt 1218 Main htret had to
give up their bull to a permanent ren
ter, mid hnvo moved to room :J7,
College building on Grape utreoL op-
pohito tho Sun office. The meeting.
will oontiiiue for ut enst two weekK,
Subject tonight, "The Origin, His
tory mid Destiny of Satan." A cor
dial luvilutioii is given to ull.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned will apply to the city coun
cil of the city of. Medford at Its next
regnl&r meeting on December 17,
)012, for a license to sell splritous,
ylnous and malt liquors Jn quanti
ties less than a gallon at his place
o( business at No. 17, South Front
street, In said pity, for a period of
O. M. SELSRY.
Dated Doccmbor Ctb, 1912.
STRANDS OF CLOTH
CLEW TO ASSASSIN
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 11. Tny
Ftrauds of cloth, scarcely discernible
to the naked eyo todny form atrong
circumstantial evidence, tho police
say, against Joseph Jonas, suspected
of the munler of his nged mother,
Mr". Lena Jonni. Tho Mrnnib of
cloth, the police say, were found on
Jonas' knifeblnde. Microscopic ex
amination frhowed them to be of red
cloth, and, npcording to the police,
Mrs. Jonns wore n red cloth belt,
from which was suspended her jewel
The coronerV jury continued todny
its investigation of the alleged mur
der. It in expected that nil the evi
dence will ht'vebeen hubmiltcd before
FOR MILE WEST
JANF.SVILLK, Iowa. Doc. 11. A
Mint road Minilar to tho ho built by
Julius Caesar during his trans-Alpine
campaign that bo might more
xjiccdily rush his legions to subdue
luwlcxuess among the barbarians,
may be buili in Iowa, Illinois, Minne
Knta mid Wisconsin, if the plana of
good ronds enthusiasts here go
through. With Congressman War
burton of Tacoma, Washington, as
their champion, the good rondsters
plan to get mi appropriation from
congress for n 10 foot piko from
Lansing, Mich., to Chicago mid
Springtiebl, III., north to Madison,
Wisconsin, vest jo Des Moines npd
north to St. Paul. They plan to build
a concrete bao ntv.l Mtrfuce the. road
with vitrified luiek.
TOO LAT TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Store fixtures cheap,
cash or terms. Address Ilox N. T...
care Mall Tribune. 224
NEW YORK, Dwr 11 Justice
John W Goff sentenced today Charles
Hyde, recently convicted at extorting
a bribe from tho Northern Hank or
tbp benefit of the bankrupt Carnegie
Trust Company, to s'rv a term of
frorp two to three and a half yean.
In Sing Sng prison.
Hyde was Immediately freed on
125,000 ball pending argument on a
certificate of reasonable doubt re
gard fug the legality at his conviction.
and the Baby
ought to have
a pair of
all sizes and
choose from at
Opposite Post Office
HM !! Mi t I I imlll I IIHt
! FERNS FEJtNS i
We liavo tlic finest lot of feniB over growu in Hed-
j ; ford. Prices are right. ;
; ; Out flowers that are fresh. Bujbs, fto.se Busljcs ;
a line June, ;
MEDFORD GREEN HOUSE
I Sone 3741, ' .. 923 E. Main :
-.t-jT1-l i-l -U-'-'i
Jacksonville Brick and -Tile
OUR DRAN TILE STANDS ALL TESTfl
Exarnine our goods ai)d get our prices before buying
Red Figure Sale
Good 7fk Ouling
CENTRAL AVE., NEAR P. 0.
Woujoji'h all wool
SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY ONLY
Only 11 Mqve Shopping Days Before Christmas
Ohildmt'.s Initial Jta)ilkorOiil', !1
in a box. Special, 4 C
a box v
"Woiikmi's all liiion and fanny tp
I'inl), UniidkcivhiH's. t'at'h wv
lon's Initial llaudktMvbicfs, X OC,
in a box. Special, a box uOj
Women's lace edge I 'auditor- -JCn
chiefs. Special, each .. .. wC
COATS and SUITS BELOW COST
Women's $10.00 Coats ... . Jj?5.?)S
Women's $15.00 Coats $!M)8
Women's $10.(K) Coats . . ..SJU2.-18
Women's $2.1.00 Coats .. . $1G.1
Women's $15.00 Suits $M)8
Women's $2").(M) Suits JjiKJ.OS
Hand Bag Sale
Women's leather Ibuid Ilais, jHlp
real $1.00 values, Special each "wt
Women's leather Hand Vn' QQa
$1.'J." values. Spoeial, each .. fOj
JMcsh Hags, $1.00 grade, each ..G9
.Kancy Coin Pui'ses, each I8
l''auey Vanity Purses, each -18
iManieure Sets, ,seaj 75c AR
values. Special, a set OL
BIG CUT IN FyRS
Women's $2.50 Muffs ?i.W
Women's $5.00 .Muris J?:$.8
Woiiioii'rt $12.50 Scarf.s 1!).8
Women's $20.00 Scarfs $112.I8
AVomen's $25.00 Scarfs $1CM8
Children's $5.00 Sets .. ijW.OS
Fancy ribbon, all
widths, up to 75c
a vard . 0C
Fancy ribbon, all
widths, 25c val
ues, special, -f P
a yanl . JLvX
Oood (ina I i t y
llovs' Unit waists
RED FIGURE SALE
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JPubllp Lund Matten: Final Proof.
Deaort Lndi, Oonteit and Mining
W carry n vry comnltte tin of
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am) do ull olBDHoa nf uiilioliUrlnir. A
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