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MPFORD afATL TRIBUNE, TODFORD, PKKCION, TnTOSDAT. PECWITOn 12, 1012.
Perter J. Neff will leave Saturday
evening for Spokane, Wash., whom he
will attend a meeting of represents
UVMt tot lhr various frolt associations
of tit northwest who will endeavor
to work out some form of a central
orgftRlMtloH for the proper handling
a( the northwest crop.
For goodness sake, havo It. A.
Holmes, the Insurance man wrlto
your Insurance Ho kuowi how.
l)r S, A. lockwood. who hps. been
seriously HI for several weeks Is now
nble to resumo his work.
Fruit labels tn nny color printed
by the Mall Tribune. tf
Dick Donnlrt. manager of llnd An
derson, left Thursday morning for
San Francisco where he will endeavor
to secitro no mo bigger game for Au
riersdu. Vapor hatha and scientific mas
sago for men and women. Dr. It.
J. Lockwood, chrlopractor, 203 Gar-nctt-Corey
Illdg. Phone 145.
Dr. J. F. ltcddy leaves Thursday
ftcrnoon for San Francises on a
short business trip.
Phono us your orders for milk,
cream, butter and buttermilk. Two
deliveries, dally. It. It. Creamery.
II. D. ratterson. proprietor of tho
Quaker Nursery company will leave
Sunday evening for Salem for a con
ference with the nursery officials.
Carkln & Taylor (John II. Car
kin and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-at-law,
over Jackson County Bank
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Grieve left
Wednesday evening for Salem where
Mr. Grieve will appear before the
state board of cqualliatlon.
The Rose Maiden Is coming.
E. D. Weston, commercial photog
raphern, negatives made any time or
place by appointment. Phone M.
It, II. Whitehead, accompanied by
his daughter Grace, will leavo on
this afternoon's train for San Fran
cisco whero they will spend tho win
ter. Real home-made bread at DoVoo's.
A. L. Cnslck has lcen making a
business trip to Portland.
Holders of tickets for 'The Mika
do," should remember that the per
formance will begin promptly at
R:30 this evening. As the costumes
and aneclal cenery have all arrived,
and 11 preparations have already
been made, there will be no delay In
starting and all should bo In their
seats before the curtain rises. Eight
Colonel Frank II. Ray left for San
Francisco Thursday after spending a
few days here.
Artistically printed letter heads on
fancy bond paper make lino Christ
mas presents. Let us show yon
samples. The Mall Trlbuno. tf
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Andrews, Messrs.
Howell and Wilson havo returned
from Klamath Falls, where they par
ticipated In a successful production
of "The Mikado."
Soft wood $2 & tier. Gold Ray
Messrs. Malony and Sargent of
Grants Pass, and S. Davidson of 11
llams wero In Medford Wednesday.
Rose Maiden, Dec. 17th at Nat
Mrs. C. F. Cook left for Portland
Wednesday evening on a visit with
relatives and friends.
Oak tier wod for sale. Gold Ray
James S. llalley carao down from
Ashland on Wednesday afternoon's
Legal blanks for sale at the Mall
Trlbuno office. tf
George K. Qulne, sheriff of Doug
las county, made tho city and valley
u visit during tho weok.
At a bargain, 12 tiers of dry fir
wood, at wholesale. Apply at 433
South Fir street, Medford.
A L. Alkcns, formerly a resident
of this valley, has been visiting his
Sprmor home. He now owns a fino
arm located near Rlddlo, Douglas
Oak tier wod for sale. Gold Ray
Mr, and Mrs. F, A. Brandon are
lwlng visited by Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Hall of Pomona, Cal., who are rela
tives. Dr, R. J. Conroy has moved his
office to tho Hutchison & Lumsden
bulldlug. These offices wero for
merly occupied by tho commercial
club, Drs. Conroy and Clancy have
I, W. p.orry Is In from Jesso Rich
ardson's farm in Autloch precinct,
which ho has rented. Ho expects to
plant nearly 300 acres and ralo a
big hay and grain crop.
Rey. Mr, Lockwood of Sacramento
Is paying Medford a visit.
Weeks AHcGowan Co.
Mriit vaeMsi r, r. ten
a, a. ettM
George A. Morse of Talent tarried
a short time In tho city the forepart
of lh week.
Leslie Bunnell nnd his fatally were
ever from Jacksonville Wednesday
Fred WUt of Gold Hill, S. P. Mo
tion foreman, wna tn Medford
Wednesday, on bis way to Jackson
vlllo to appear as a witness In the
murder case now being tried there.
W. W, Harmon, who has bc?n In
Josephine county on railroad busi
ness, returned Wednesday.
George W. Dunn was down from j
Ashland Tuesday and was a guest
of Col. F. II. Raj' at a dlunor inrty j
given at tho Hotel Medford.
Misses Mary Mee, Audrey and!
Gladys Holmes, Etta Williams nnd
Edith Emerson of Central Point were
recent visitors In Medford.
II, L. Danielle of Josephine county
was In Medford this week visiting
Rev. Mr. Holt, a prominent minis
ter of Portland, was In Medford on
Wednesday. He had been vlsltlnf,
his son. Dr. Holt of Eaglo Point.
Collect thoso scattered sheets of
music you value and have them
bound tn book form at the Mall
Otis Hubbard Is down from Rig
Dutte. to make final proof on his
S2000.00 or fraction thereof to
loan on Improved country real es
tate at current rates. Carkln &
Taylor, Jackson County Bank Dldg.,
Horace McLaren nnd W. Getchell
of Jacksonville were recent visitors
Bring that old book with torn
binding down and havo It rebound
at tho Mall Trlbuno office. Costs
but lttUo. tf
J, F. Brown, S. B. Holmes and W.
W. Vonder Hellcn, mayor of Eagle
Point made Medford a business visit
Roso.Maldcn, Dec 17th at Nat
Thomas McAndrow and Ms daugh
ter wero In from tho home farm
Tresspass notices for salo at the
Mail Trlbuno office. tf
Mr. and Mrs. C. George of Siskiyou
county, Cal., are visiting In Medford.
Christmas presents. Perculators,
chafing dishes, casslroles, etc, In
copper, brass and aluminum. F. W.
Shaplelgh Hardware Co., 2S South
a. a. Klelnhammer. M. R. Buck,
Amos McKee and other residents of
Applegate tarried In Medford last
For tho boy's Christmas, wagons,
coasters, skates, guns, velocipedes,
etc. F. W. Shaplelgh Hardware Co.,
2S South Central.
Sam Mathls, ono of tho leading
business men of Rogue Rlvor spent
Wednesday in tho city.
Gtvo uer for Christmas Commun
ity, Diamond Edge or World brands
silver nlato. Flat Ware. F. W. Shap
lelgh Hardware Co., 28 South Cen
Mr. S. Turnbough, who was a resi
dent of Phoenix for many years, has
gono to California.
Kodak finishing, tho best at Wes
ton's, opposite book store.
Ross Kline went south Wednesday
afternoon, but did not Tcmaln long.
E. L. Carpenter of Salt I.ako City
Is In Medford for a short time
W. 1., Kentner went to Jackson
ville Wednesday to visit Ma family
who are passing n few dais with
Clarence Meeker made n hiislnc.,
trip to Ashland Wednesday.
Prof. George Rebec of this county,
who Is ono of tho faculty of the Uni
versity of Oregon, lectured at Port
land Tuesday evening under the au
spices of tho Oregon Mothers' nnd
AMOR FORCED TO
SAX FRANCISCO, cal , Dee. 12 -Undaunted
by his experience late yes
terday when the engine of his hy
droplane, went wrong nnd ho was
forced to descend In San Francisco
Bay, Aviator Sllns Chrlstofferson of
Portland, announced today that he
would continue his flights.
Carl Wallen, n photographer,
waded nshore, the water being only
three feet deep whero the hydroplane
alighted. Chrlstofferson remained
with his machine nnd after It had
skimmed the water for nearly n mll'e
It ascended and the aviator made a
successful descent near Hnrborvlew.
SERVIA RECALLS MINISTER
(Continued from Page One)
Pari enrly next year ns the result
of the meeting of ambassadors lieiy.
The ambassadors jlnn daily infor
mal, non-committal "conversation"''
iipxt week while tho iencc envoys
of Turkey nnd the Ilnlknn allies nre
holding their conferences. The in
ference taken from this plan in that
if tho nmbnstndori find anything
cropping up which needs forum I dis
Minion thev will a minim u formal
conference nfter the Itulknti negotia
tions nro ended.
Som. militnrv observers still dU-
cent grave danger to the ence ofi
Knrojo in the Attstro-Servuin situa
tion but the majority are inclined to
think that war will be averted.
CLEMENCY 'PLEAS SENT WEST.
(Continued from pare 1.)
OAKLAND, Cnl., Doc. I'.!.
Charge of f mine. up win fieely
voiced here today by light funs who
uitmwm-.l IiihI niirht's tell lOUIld hoilt
between "Hnlicw l'iento, the l.os An
gcles lightweight ntul Tommy Me r He
lmut ni Ann FiiniiM-iHi. Mo Fui I uuil
entered the ring in poor condition,
his miuuiger trying to etui oil me
bout nl tin lnt minute
Picnlii hail MoKnihinii groggy sev
eral limes mid the -iicctiitoo charge
be could have finMied the San Krnii
eisriin hud he been mi disposed.
Keferec Foley called the ul'fnlr n
draw, the fighters having ngrced Hint
such a decision sdmulil be i-eiideretl if
both weie on their feet nt the finish.
Owing lo the poor exhibition put
tip lat night in Oakland hv "Unite"
Picalo anil Tommy Mrr'nrlnml, 'Hed'
Wat-on wn selected tmlnv l hot
Krnnkie Smith here Friday night,
substituting for Willie HnpH
Hopw wns scheduled to meet
Smith but pleaded illness and is hi ill
iMinfined to the bath here, although
u physician who examined him ile-
t lores there i untiling the iniitier
villi the Hntrhertnwn lighter.
FATHER ARRESTED FOR
Tnvlnr mnl Faultier were both
doomed to die together nt 7 10 it. in.
West Stands Pat
The ulenilincs nnd importuning of
a specinl delegation of men and wom
en from Portland, waiting mi him
today, foiled to move Governor est
in his determination to see the four
remaining men hanged nnd did not
draw from him nny ntlniissions con
cerning KaulderV ultimate fate.
"I have received scores of threat
ening letters," said the governor. "I
have seen my wife lay nwake nights
fearing for tho safety of our little
girl. I have gone through hell to
mnke a winning fight ngninst hang
ing but in ordering Ihose men hung,
I am living up to the dictates' of my
conscience. If tlioe men d not go
to the gallows tomorrow enpitnl pun
ibmcnt will not be nlmli-lied during
It was some time before the gov
ernor would mnko this Mulement, but
once ho started to talk he showed
how heavily the hangings weighed,
not onlv on hid own mind, but that of
WASHOPGAL, Wash, Dec 12.
Captured today by local authorities
after be hud forced his daughter
Haxel to walk thirty-flvo miles
through heavily wooded country, nf
ter kidnapping her from her mother
In Oregon City, William Lllllo Is un
der arrest here.
Lllllo waiapprcheadcd on Informa
tion furnished by the girl. The pair
nrrlved about nine o'clock, presum
ably from Portland, and while tliey
were eating breakfast in local res
taurant, the daughter secretly told
the waitress of tho kidnapping. The
latter then nummoaed an officer.
Wlh bruslde feet, tearful eyes nnd
torn clothing the, lrl presented a
OTTAWA. Out., Dec. 13 111 one
of tl,o greatest speeches of his
career, Sir Wilfred Laurler, former
premier of Canada, announced In
parliament today the Liberal navy
plan as nn alternative- to thu pro
posal of Premier Harden to contri
bute Jliri.OOo.uoo to the Hrltlsh navy.
Sir Wilfrid suggcMcil n Cnundliiii
fleet for each Canadian coast with
n HUpcr-drcuduiiitght as thn center of
each fleet, tho establishment tit shlp
jards In Cuiinda, thu building, ho far
as possible, of nil the warships In
Canada, ami that thu fleets bo
manned, so far as possible, by Cana
dians. He maintained that Canada
would always bo ready tn aid Eng
land In an emergency.
Sir Wilfrid's npcecli was received
with wild npplanso, (ho Liberals In
the house rising nnd singing: "Rule
llrlttnnln," lu n mighty chorus.
Sir Wilfrid Laurler concluded his
wonderful appeal with an amend
ment to the Harden proposal express
Ing a lack of confidence In tho policy
of tho Conservative government.
POSTAL STILL BARRED
CHICAGO, Dec 12 - Tho Ameri
can Haseball UMguo meeting was
adjourned today with thu next meet
ing announced to take place In N'ew
York February II.
No action was tnken on tho re
quest of baseball writers that the
Postal Telegraph Company be granted
equal privileges with tho Western
Union in American Leaguo parks.
Tho Postal Is now barred from the
TO AID EXPOSITION
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. U Mere
to man out n ulrtu nl' camimiidi for
the. Riiecc-m of the 111 IS world's fail.
mort) t htm HOll repnenlnlives of
the prinelvnl northern California
towns mid cities, held a formal meet
ing in the emitinn building here to
day, ntul were Inter tendered n
luncheon nt the San Froweisco Com
The entire bmly of isitors inspeol
ctl iilntiH mid ilrnwlnrs of the njcjsi.
It. It. Hale, vice president of Ihe
cx!osilioii company, iltdivcieil the
The visitors nre members of uu
organization known ns the Siicrti
mciito Vnllu r.xMi!tion ciiiniiiiwtioii.
Medfonl Cainii No 90. Woodmeu
of the Worltl will hold nit open meet
ing In the Odd FcIIowh ball, Satur
day night. December 21st. to which
tiveryotio Is cordially lnltcd. All
members of the Woodmen of the
World are earnestly rcqiuistod to be
Deputy Head Consul, P. F. (Sllro)
of San Francisco, will bo present ninl
deliver a lecture In the Intorent or
Woodcraft. Good music has b"ti
provided for the occasion, nnd a pleas
ant nienliiK Is assured all who attoud.
Neighbor Gllroy Isn very able speak
er, and you can not afford to miss
bearing him. Come mid bring jour
family and friends. Admission fro
to all. 227
W M. JACKSON.
INDIANAPOLIS, hid , Dee 12
John II. Harry of St Louis, a former
biislnesH uncut for tho Inlernnlloiiiil
Association of llrldgo nnd structural
Ironworkers, mid otic of tho defend
ants In the dynamite- conspiracy trial
heic, resumed his testimony today
lie denied all the charges of the
Harry denied knowing that John
McNauinra spent lltt.tiOO oil dyna
mltlugs while llnrry was mullllug th
nccoiintK or tho honwdrhers' Union
Drown was called nfter lUrry had
eluded bis testimony.
W. Hurt Hrowii of KnimiiK City, a
walking delegate- for thn Ironworkers
Union, was cross-examined icgiird
lug letters ho wrote to John J. Mc
Namnra icferrlng to non-iinliin Jobs
which Inter .vera iljnainltcd IJt In
silled that oury reference Im iiinde
to thiHio Jobs was legitimate.
Defendant llauiioti, or Serautnii.
Pa., was next called, lie admitted
writing a letter to John J. McNainnrn.
saying certain members of the Iron
workers' union In Sernnton. "Don't
know how to keep their mouths
shut, nnd I urn not ready to do lime
Jus! now. 1 am prepared to do nny
thing but you know how careful a
uiun must be In this kind or work."
Ilanuon s.ild he regretted writing
tht, letter, after explaining that It
referred to money needed b the
HOIHE. Idaho. Dec III -Secretary
of the Interior. John II. Hnwley ot
Idaho. 'Hint Is the way lilalio peo
ple nre today hoping that the ques
Hon of a seleillon lo this Impoitaiit
post will bo settled.
Hnwley, who tsllitw from the gov
ernor ship In the Hear future, has not
ct aniiiiiiiireit bis cunittitimy for Urn
position, but he dow not prototd.
iikuIiirI tho artlvtly or tho ltolsn Com
mercial club ninl oilier nrgntilsutloiiA
In his liehair. Thn Commercial club
has had a strong Istler directed to
l'i(tiftiit-KI'ft Wnnllrow Wllww ask
Ing fni' the naming of llnwloy to tho
ALLEN CLAN GIVEN
HEAVY PRISON SENTENCES
WYJtl'HVILl.K. De I Tblrlv
flM jeurs Hi the pfiillHiiHnry Is thn
penalty jMdiin Alldi will isiy for bis
part In lh nhiiollHg up of the Car
roll county cinirthiMiwi M llllliivlllo
last March, when live pnoii, In
cluding the JudHH, sheriff mnl eum
luoiiweallh attorney, wero killed by
member ot thu AUu clan nnd a
niintber of other wounded, Wtty
IMwnnls will spend twiint)HNveii
)csr In thti ptinlteniinry.
Theft) stiiilniieiw wore the riwult of
a compromlsti this afternoon follow
ing a erdlct of voluntary man
NliniKblrr In the can, of Slilun Allu
when the lurv fixed tho term of Im
prisonment nt fiveenis Previously
li had been sentenced to fifteen
OAKLAND, Cnl., Dec. J2. Dr.
Frederick A. Cook, who n he dis
covered the North Pole, visited
Joiicquin Miller, the aged Mct or Ihe
Sierras, today nt MillerV home in
Ihe bills buck of OnMiintl.
Tim explorer piesciiletl the hicI
with n copy of his Mibtr book. Miller
Mitceplt'it It With illliukn, bill sbool,
his lieutl sin row-fully u he seiil:
"Pe written thousands of Inioks,
but haven't one of them in the lnue.
1 will gllo you mv tiiillH'it instend.'
The poet wtis )iropped tip lu bed,
working on his nlyt poem, for he is
loo wenlclo be ..IxMil.' UN ilaugliler.
.luniiila, suggesled that be js with
Dr. Cook lor a photograph.
"Hell!" nmred the poet.
"lie y, yc," munnutcd MIks
Miller, mnl the picture was Inken.
Kiciiinl Vlgllnntv I the I'rltoof l.tix
oilniit noil Itmllnnt llitlr
If dandruff germs arc devouring
the nourishment that belongs to tho
hair. It will imhiii begin to full. Fur
iHormnre. It will lose llv life and Ih
trc mid will become dull, fadsd and
If jou bavn any signs of dandrHff.
go rlnbt l ymr dniBKlw today Mtl
get n ail rnHl ImUHc of I'.MIISIAN"
Hsgo. This dellHhtful hair limit Is
giiBnttiteeit by Ckna. Htrnng to kill
tlanilmff Karma, elumi the head nf
filth) dandruff, slop falling hair and
Hatting scalp, nut! pnwrvo the colar
and bimuiy, or nioNiiy Iwck. And It
dsnrt Just what It U Kiiuranlnnd to tin
and that's why Us ! to w Mr
moiiH the HtHMtry ovr. PAIIISI.W
tfoit" Is the htvorllw of refined Miwi.
Ohm loltl prirs luhnlliiwypu
On holm provwi lu tuiparlorUy.
Your pleasiiro lu reading lliimo Iihhc
nveulngs will bo groatly enbiiiic! bf
'wearing n pair ot Dr. Itlvknrtl l
tlflrally fitted eo glaWH. (tt
Gcnniiie Jiniul decorated
.Tiipanese Cups and Sau
cers; regular 25o quality;
very thin. Friday special,
A swell now lino of ncven
piece Berry or Salad Soh.
A line of fine imported
THE LARGEST, MOST COMPLETE
AND POPULAR PRICED LINE OF
DOLLS, TOYS, GAMES, FANCY CHINA,
ETC., IN MEDFORD IS
Nothing will make- a neat
er or more appropriate
CliriHtnuiH (Jii't in Hie homo
than a nice Dinner Set.
Ours in all open Block
hi ly a complete Dinner Set
lo see our
5 Toy Tablo
10 Toy Tablo
, 15 Toy Tablo
Limited two to a person. China Sugar and Creanler. THE BUSY XMAS STORE or any part of it. 135 Toy Tablo