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Mft. TWo Wislfortf Tribune. Tha Houth
trn OrRenln, Tim Ashland Trlliun.
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North Kir siren; phone. Main 1031;
Knlnrrd na second-clan, matter at
MnHnrit, Oregon, tiJor lh not of
March 3, t:.
Officio! Paper of the City of Mclford.
Official Paper of Jaekaon County.
On year, by mnll, ...$ 5,0rt
OtiB monlli, by mall... ............ .SO
Vtr montti, tlcllvercd hr carrier In
Meilfonl. .Incktonvllla anil Cen
tral Point. .... .......... . .SO
Batiirtlajr only, by mall, pr year.. S.oi
Weekly, per year. 1.50
Dally average or eleven month end
Irs November 30, 1911. 351.
Tho vMl Tribune 'la on sale at the
Terry 'News Stand, San Francisco,
Portland Hotel News wand, Portland,
nowroan New a .Co., Portland. Ore.
W. O. Whltner. Heattii. vn.
HAYWOOD PLANS. .
Bfi XIHL STRIKE
'CHICAGO, Dec 12. A general
ktrlko lathe packing and steel Indtis
trlesMs tlio plan under con'alilcrntlon
htjiV today by William I). Haywood,
tin organizer for the Industrial Work
ers of tho World. Ho declared Hint
most of tho lucking houses were all
organized and would demaud better
working condition nnd higher wages.
"Tho strike wo could call hero,"
said Haywood today, "would make
tho Lawrence toxtllu strike bccm
like child's plays. A feeling of un
rest jircvalls In the stock yards nnd
In llt'o ntccl mills. Wc shall try to
crystallize this sentiment Into tho
greatest strlko wo have over uttompt
wl. Wo will liavo Hie sympathy of
Iho public, too."
FOREIGN LANDS BNK
AT CHRISTMAS STAMP
Instead of bearing the bend of
lirc-idenU nud former pro-uleiils ic
do tinliiinry iHr,tnge. stump., the now
parcel inKt slicker, which is double-!
tile fiixe of the other, will pre-cnt n
panorama of tlie working of n po-.t-
olfioe from rural currier to ero-
phine mail service.
A slciim-dup mid mail (cutler go
Fug about its work will be depicted on
lite ."(out denomination; a railway
postnl clerk sorting hi mail in u big
steel cur i the decoration of the 3-i
cent stump. The 1-eont tuinp xliow.
u MKtul clerk; '2-cent stump, n city
currier; 4-ceiit stump n rural cur
rier; ."i-ccut slump, u mail train; on
the lti-cent stump will be shown nil
irtitomobile mail currier; the I'O-cent
Viirioly i illu-drutcd with the picture
ojf uii aeroplane currying I'liiled
Klutc-- mail, n ud the 2."-ceut ntiuup
depicts the gem-rill biibjcct of iimnu
I'uctiiriiig. On the 50-ceut stamp
is u duin.yiug scene; on tho 75-cent
a hurvc.ting scene, nnd on Iho $l,j
tlenomiimtioii is' n fruit-growing pic
ture. All fourth-cliiss matter, excepting
"p""'W ust bear parcel's al
Mumps ufter January 1. The slnnip
nrcJ. ly 1'$ Siielics 1" "i" und tire
frciul I'oloicd. In u curved puucl
ncixiKh the lop, supported by it panel
lH'r'pciidiiiulur column tit each end,
iimu'iir Iho words, U. J5. 1'urcels 1'ost
in Komaii cupiinl jc.tturs. Tiiniiuliii'
iiriiuiiioiiU ocuupy both upper cor
ners. tjlirihliuus t:iips must ' nul lie
placed' on parcels sent lo foreign
counlrios. iutriu, N'orwny ami
I'oitiijjlii uliMiliiltsly refuse lo deliver
liml.lcr on hich Uliristuiiis slumpx,
ure pasted, mid iminy other coiiulrics
provido that such slumps must ap
pear on Die back mid not on the l'uce
of the package.
HAS-BEENS IS PLANNED
LQH AN0i:U:. Cal., Dec. 12.
Tlio groatost galuxy of wanliiB heavy
wulcht stars, over gruuped In ouo
arena, with tho single exception of
iho (iipiuiiu uiiu at Ileuo, a couplo of
yonVa'ago Is bulng plmiuen (oday b
I'mriotor MeCaroy for is'aw Year's
D.iy ut Vernon Arena.
.McCarty and AI I'ulzur meet at
Veritob New Year's Day, for tho white
liouvywelKlit championship of the
world- JdcCsrGybqJleveB U would be
fit and prbpor for John L. Sullivan,
Jumos J. Cprbett, Hobert Kltzslni
jiioiid, Jnm' J, 3offrIos and Tommy
Uuriis to alt Dido by side nnd watch
u new Keiieratlou do buttle for tho
tltlo that once was theirs. Ho has
sent liivltutlone to he quintet, to oc-1
eupy ringside souts nnd oxpecls re
jillos hpforo Rnluidoj.
(THE PU3UC MARKET A SUCCESS.
JODKOKD'.S pwbllt1 nmi-kct hn8 hocn mi uutntulU'iotl
uiiiwiim. ill' linn mt nnlr holmd .solvo till4 I mill I'Ost
of living hut also tlu high fost or soiling, ft 1ms hroujrht
(ho consumi'i and prodm-or togothor. iniMrnscd tho prot'it.s
ol' tho grower mid roduoed tho prioo paid by tho oiwmuor.
Sjiloa during the .smnnior and autumn averaged 2(XH)
a weelc. Over .$J)30 of berries and cherries were sold a
tiny during the season. From MO to 100 dressed ehiekens
have been marketed weekly. Many tons ol' green veget
ables have been sold iuid are being sold, every month.
Thousands of saeks of potatoes and onions and approxun
utelv throe ears of eabbage have been disposed of at a
profit to iho grower. Mauy barrels of eider and vmogar
have been disposed of.
What the market has meant to the farmer is shown by
the sales they have made. J. G. Oodlovo of Gold I till sold
f)00 worth of cherries in eight days. O. .1. Ames of 'Polo
lias marketed over 900 saeks of potatoes and in addition
averaged over $150 a month from vegetables and produce.
Most of the 24 booths have been occupied since the market
The price of-moat lias been
inne nnnhlpfl to nuirkot Ins sunUus. Without the meat, the
success of the market would
tho success is ueyoiiil all question.
For the first time in the history of the valley, it will
Its. n.'lMn in ...! fi l.llll.l irt'flWM llffl1l'l 111 ll islllS. OMlOim
other vegetables all winter. Apples ,mul other fruits,
liavo had a steauv sale.
The 'market has been a stimulant for growing of pro
duce and garden truck. Another year and the supply will
he nuuUi greUter, the variety more o.xteiuieti. .uiuc uuiu
that, the market has almost paid its own expenses from
the nominal booth rentals.
AVlmf tin. liiMi-k-hi lm nii'iiiif in the itconlo of Medford.1
they themselves know. It has
nnd should point the way to other co-operauvo i-un& u
bring producer and consiiiuor together. The fanners, as
well tts the fruit growers, should organize to solve their
foreign market problem aud eliminate the dishonest com
mi:foii licol-iM who fattens on their labor. "
The .success of the market is due largely to the present
efficient and experienced market-master, K. .1. Kunyard.
mil tit tin miivi. n iiU'N
charge, Messrs. Canon, Hnierick, Watt and Millar, in giv
ing him full latitude in its management. Tho public market
is the greatest creation of the present council and should
n.tti' Willi iin tr'ewii nf tlw ilt:.
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The .Mail Tribune has been the lriunu m uie marKoi,
its staunch advocate before its creation and since, and will
oddoso anv nnd all attempts, by office seekers or ot hoi's.
to destroy jts efficiency.
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JACKSON count v is nrst among the counties 01 urogon
in imiDortiou to iioimlntiou. for the number of nuto-
mobiles, though ranking third in the actual number ol
rutomobiles and motor vehicles. Multnomah leads with
JRS7 nf tin. 101(12 motor vehicles in the state, Marion is
second with 751, Jackson has
nnd Linn fifth with 326. i
Of the S20S autos, Multnomah has H5H0, Marion f7o;
.Tneksmi oOG Tjhik 359 and Linn 2SS. Of the 118H motor
cycles in the' state, Multnomah has 737, Marion 133, .lack-
son U3, Lane 3o, Linn Si. Ut delivery wagons, there ar.o
219 in the state, Multnomah having b"5S, Marion 17, Jack--son
5, Lane 9, Linn 1. Of motor trucks, the vehicle of the
future, there are 414 in Oregon. 327 in Multnoninh, 19 in,
Marion, 2 in Jackson, 8 in Lane and 0 in Linn. " !
The autorf ill Jackson county tire scattered ns follews:
Aslilmifl na P.vou-iisboro 2. Butto Kails 1. Central Point
38, Eagle Point G, Gold Hill 0,
1, Medford 2UO, riioeiux , rrovost i, uogue i.iver -i,
Talent 32, Tolo 1, Trail 2, Wellen 3.
The Jackson countv motorcvclos are scattered as fol fel fol
eows: Ashlahd 4, Central Point 1. Medford 49. Phoenix 2,;
Prospect 1, Rogue Kivoi 5 nnd Talent 3.
The total of motor vehicles is distributed as follews:
Ashland 120, Brownsboro 2, Butte Falls 1, Centrnl Point
41, Eagle Point 6, Gold Hill 0, Jacksonville 17, Lake Creek
.1, Medford 343, Phoenix 9, Prospect 1, Provolt 1, Jlogue
I.iver 9, Talent 13, Tolo J. Trail 2, Weljon 3.
Keep the Money in Oregon
To the lidiler: l'ro-perou Port
laud furnishes a Inrse part of the
iiavroll which' keens Hie bucket lri-
gude in other stules usy, l'rcticiilly
to the excluiitui ot our own ".uregmi
made." Not that ''Wnshiiiloii, or
Culil'iirniit or New York mude" is
belter or cheaper, or oon us good
or ns cheap, but wo are so busy with
our own pur&oiiul ul'l'uirs, that even
tlion of us who reluctantly ugteo to
serve on public commissions haven't
the necessnry time to study the intri
cacies of probable results of our uo
liulis to our entire .commonwealth.
At n recent meeting of tho Oregon
Arauufucturcrn Association, u promi
nent t'ulifoiiilaii In his address
praised tho loyulty of Ciilit'ornbins
and particularly the (rait of their al
ways giving "California made" pref
ercuce, and he fiullier stated that
only in things not produced in Cali
fornia, such us woolens, for instance,
Hid any other of the l'acifio stnte-t
receive uoiisiderutiofi. ihis scull
inent was loudly applauded, becuuso
this audience of Oregon .manufactur
ers approved of the ltiynlty of Culi
fornians giving "Cullforuiii mado1'
I'usliig l-'orelgn llrlck
'I'orlluild'n east side library ui'd
Jletcliffe court stund directly oppo
siie to each other. One is built of
face brick made in Washington anil
delivered on the job ul -'!! r0 per
1000. Tho n her is built of Oi-v"
MKnTron TrATr; rtrukf,
materially cut and the far-
be problematical. With it.
been an unqualified success
11V T lli ClllIUCIl ( IIUIUIILICC ill
".. ... , .... . i
LEADS IN AUTOS.
. . . . - -v . I
57G, Lane is fourth with 112
.Jacksonville 17. Lake Creek'
fuco brick ut rj.J.1 per 1000. I um not
mi expert on brick, but I investigate,
till tilings that concern homo indus
try. My triemU nlso honor uie by
suiug ihat I understand luiiiiionv
or color. Kvcry one knows that in
our Oregon climate sott brick ciit.uot
jsissibly be ns gooil.iii bard lnitlj- 1
now lcac'lhe mutter of juilgiiivnt to
each individual reader and I guarau
tee in advance that the Oiegori made
building of the two mentioned will hu
selected by a vast majority as lumg;
the most harmoniously hcnutiiu' as
well us tho one most likely to endure
for tho longest period of time.
The l'owers building at Third uinl
Yamhill streets is Oregon face brick,
and Inter a thorough exposure- to Iho
elements the brick doesn't -.bow u
k(ii1ii or other defect, while every
building of this same tint thai has
been erected in Portland of face.
brick iiiiulo in Washington is mailed
by unsightly green copier or sulphur
Ktuiiis which cuiiuot be washed nil.
It is ill their elny and shows purlieu
laily Mioug on the north side of
buildings, or in other places wheie
not exposed to strong sunlight.
My chief object in c ailing u'teiitiou
John A. Perl
28 S. IIAUTM-nT
Phone M. .171 nuil 17.1
Amliuluiieo Senlco Itcpuly Coroner
fFDFonn, okeoon, tthtr,ssav. nFiORArnioH i2ji
to these things t ti time i, I hue
It fiinu good mithiuih, that ill.' fnee
brink tu be b-inl ni '.o Poitlaiil liuh
lie librtirv now ii. tu,i:- nl iutitrmf
tltm i to be ihippcd hoie froln Wmh
iugtoii, to the iwelii.ii) of the su
Jicrio;- lure brick iiMib in Oicion. I
consblrr this ill ,i hised, beetiui-e
while we eiiunot emilrol privnle cili
reus in their dUnvalt. we enn nnd
mtlst, beeuuso It is public policy tn
do no, insist that "Oivgoii tmide" be
used (u hup public liiilbliug when II
enn be luul. Public policy ibmilnat
Still Frtineisco, Sisiktiiie. Seattle, unit
every other plneo outside of Oregon.
Hvt'ii staid old llo.tonians now mi.
ertise "Made in Mnssaehuets." It
will be n never emhug ivpnmch to
Portland if "Oregon made" U uiven
the go-by in the Poilbiud pubtio li
brnry. Portland is iiuimnu'dialc iieeil or u
public uiiilitorium, hut the project
had best be shelved for ten years if
neeosnry. rather lluui Unit it be per
mitted to be ibuilt of anything but
Oregon material nnd bv Oregon work
Keep Money lu Oregon
Just how (binuigiiig lo Oregon
prosperity these "nitnle lu XeW York"
stunts ure is best illustrated by u
very n'cent occurrence. A number
of Pol Hand citbtcn- were helpful in
making it Hssihlc fur ti little hotel
to be built in one of our Oregon
towns. When the malinger wis get
ting ready to furnMi the place 1 nc
cidcutully heard Hint he intended to
go ca-t to buy ht furniture. In my
remonstrance about so uuloval an
net I was teld: "Well. I am n new
until in Oregon und reading in vour
ncwspuH'r that one of Portland'
leading hotel men has just returned
from the etis( where he had ulaccd tu
order for his furniture. I 1111(1111411
concluded ihut fnrniliiic, blanket
ami hotel fittings gvurrtilly could not
be bed to ntlvuiitagc in Oregon, but
1 am now open to conviction."
Personally I have no money into,
est in brickyard-, wimlcn mills, nun
dries, chees.e factories r 'hrcu.kfti-t
fisid mill?, but I Mill believe, us I
tint 111 j cars nun wiicn I lirsl iicg"1!
my advocacy, Hint preference slioyl I
be given to Orcgisi institution-. I
have uninterruptedly continued in
this belief, tlm.t Oregon prospcriv
hinges 011 keeping Oregon money in
Ori'gon, nnd that (lie fostering enie
nnd eiicoumgeuii'uj of every loyal
flregonitiu must be cxleudcd to home
industry- If from no other Hum self
ish reasons, it insure his personal
prosiwrity. t I.. SAMfKh.
' Portland. Dcijli.
SAX FIIAXOISCO. lice. 12. -"There
isn't thai much rcul inoiicv
in the world," aid two hiiuko men
who had show a him the town when
dins.. Focdn. uf Modorto. Cal.. flash
ed Ms fl0 n'U. As Forda handed
it over for cauiiualiou someone
yelled: "Fire." Todav Foula told
the olice he vvns sure there was not
that much mimrv in the world- fur
Notlco U hereby given that we,
tho unilonilgiird. being more than
ten per cent of tho, taxpayers of rood
district 'o. 1 uf Jackson county, Ore
gon, hereby giro notice that a meet
ing of the taxpayers 0 said road
district will bo held at Talent city
hall lu aald road district on tho
30th day of December, 1912, at 2:30
o'clock p. in. Said meting will bti
hold pursuant to section (1321
Lord's Oregon laws ami tho object
of salt! meeting Is by u majority vote
of the taxpayers of Bald road district
nt said meeting to levy such nihil
tlomiWaxcs, as they may deem advis
able, to Improve tho roads of said
Kramo Holt &. Frauio, Tlico,,!. Klah
S. V. Humor, Joseph II. Wobster, I),
W. Wheeler, I.. Atoning, O. A, Hovor,
C. F. Uouell. i: Culliomi, A. 8, Fur
ry. I A. Uose. J M. Ititdor, C. Carey,
Jumcs Allen, 8 8. Slovens, Oeorgo
UobcrOi, John l, Huberts, Ccorgu
Jumcs, M. L. Hartley, Clara U. Hart
ley i J. A. McDonald, Joshua Puttqr
soii, K. K. Foss. J, J. Coliimaii, C'hus,
ItObO, Wolborii llousoii. NelUu J. Huo
son, H. 8. Olc In, Wm. Kir by. A
Hauiliill, U. A. .Morse, Morse Itealty
Dated Deuiulier-n, 1!U2,
Tho bl(heat point pt woman' lisp
plncsi li roachud only through moth
erhood. Yot tlio raothor-to-bo Is oftoe
fearful of iiuturo'u ordeal and uhrluks
from tho suffering incident to Its com
summuHon. In Mothcr'u Frlond Is tu
bo found 11 mcdlclno' of great vaJuo to
every .expectant rauUiur. Jt Ja Jutcndod
to proparo tho uyalom for tho crlsty,
attd .thus relieve, lu groat jia.rt, ,thu
sulforlng through which U10 muthor
usually passes, The regular lisp of
Mother's Friend will repay any inothor
In tlio comfort it affords before, and
tho helpful restoration to health and
strength It brines
about, after baby J
Friend Is for sale
nt' drug store,
Wrlto for our
frco book for expectant mothors
which contains much vnluublo Infor
jiiatlnu. BKADFIELD KECl'LATOX CO,, AUmU, Cx,
lu order lo make II possllile tor
those Interested III positions In the
tcneliliiK KcrvUo of the I'lilllanlne
Islands to take the twamluiitlou tor
cllnllilllty to apiiuliitmeiit without
luterfcrrliiK with their regular school
duties, Um United States Olvll Horv
Ire Commission aiiuouitces an exami
nation (or teacher, liuluttrlnl teaelc
cr nnd depnrtmoutnl as.ilttnu on
Pceeinlier U'-'.'S. lu uuiiiy ot the tin
porlant elites of the United Ktntes.
KIlKlblllty lu these exnmliiatlotis Is
required (or appointment to ponl
Women lu Home Kcoliomlcs.
Men In ARi-lculturitl. Mivuunl Train
tug. High School Science. .Matheiua.
tics, KiikIImIi and SupervlHors ut
The entrance salary uf the major
ity of appointees Is $1,200 per au
until and expense to the Islands paid
by the government, with eligibility
(or promotion up to $3000 as tench
cr aud up tu $.1000 as superintendent
For Information relative to the
nature of Hie service and the exami
nation, address llureaii of Insular
Affairs, Washington. I). 0
KEEP UNION PACIFIC
SAN Kit AM ISCO. Cal . Dec 12.
Ptwplto the decision ot the supremo
court which declared Illegal the rein.,
t foim butweuu tho Southern Pnrltla
aud Union Pacific, the (tinner com
pany probably will form a simple
truffle agreement with the latter,
thus mnliitalug control uf the road,
according tu the belief current lu
rullru.ul nuil financial circles here
While such an agrceuuiut iiiIkIi! be
coustruud to lie a violation of the
spirit of the dccUlon, It Is not be
lieved that the court wilt liierfcrc.
This Is based upon the activity lu the
railroad stocks lu Wall Street.
The Best Cough Syrup Is
Easily Made at Home
('! l.ltllr umiI Art )ul-k!jr.
Jlnnr JlrfiiNilrJ If It I'titli.
This recipe makes a pint of rough
syrup, nnd saves itu nlsilil '0O o com
nantl with oriliiMry rotigh rnnrtlic. It
top obstinate eougln vvu wlimiplng
coiiab In a hurry, and Is iplcmml fr
orn lungii. othins, croup, lioarcucM
nd otliir throat trouble.
All one pint of granulated sugar with
1A pint of warm wutcr, nnd stir for 'i
inlniits.. Put i'O oumvi of Plurx t fifty
cents' worth) lu a pint bottle, mid add
tho Sugar Syrup. TnLo a truiiifiit
every cue, two or tlueo Jiour. TatM
TltU lakw right liold of a cough and
clvrt ttlmott lixtaiit relief. It stlinil
Utn tlio npKtlle, and U ullglitly Uxa
Htr Uitli excellent feature".
l'lnc. imrlisps you Know, I tlm
Rusit va lu a bin ronrrntrulisl ciiliiuind nf
Norway white plno extniet, rirh In
guolacol and tho other natural liralln;
No other preparation will do tlio work
of J'inrx In this recitie. iittliough stralnnl
honey can Imi lined ilitlead of the tugar
syrup, If drlrcd.
ThoilMinili of lioiuewlrrs In tlio United
I States and Canada 11.0c line IhU Pinrx
L-. ...... l.u 11.1. .,1... I...
unit cu;;ir r.rii irrin-. j m- iiuu iimi
oitrn liccn limtiiuj, Mil, lliu oiii siicccm
(ul formula tuts novcr Ufn npn)lnl. It
low ont nnd uulck remits have made It
A guaranty of aboIuls ssllnfactlnp. or
money promptly rrfumled. pies with this
reelpe. Your drugirUt has Plnex, or will
irt It for vou. If not, aend to 'J ho
l'Jncx Co., Ft. Wtiync, Iud.
imiim ii iJ
p o n n 1 n r
iM&U&v' hotel in the
City. Running distilled
ice wntcr in ench room,
European Plan, a la Carl,c
Tariff on Roomv
12 rooma -
CO roomi wsi iul lalb
50 room. miA yi'mU tilk
30 ullei. hrAwaam. Dnr.
lor find bath - 3.00 each
For more than one uoit raid $1.00
extra to tlio sbovo rates for
each additional p.umt.
"RtJductlWbWdcU or ntonlln a
Manuitmint JtUr W. Klty
FOR XMAS GIFTS
$5 DOWN AND
$5 A MONTH
The Mcrrivold Shop
II mt w f jytM
JAPANESE CURIO AND
Pull lino of
liieliiflliur, loys, curios and
merchandise of all kinds.
ldonl Christmas presents.
Prices to 1'it any purse.
422 W. MAIN
Next to UoteUMedl'ord
Bittner's Real Estate
& Employment Bureau
121 acres at Hrownsboro. 10 litres
Just cuiiilng lu lo bearing. 10 acre
gialu land, trio soil, "nine buildings,
pleut) of Irrigation water, price
s."iiiu. Will ittvdii for smaller nero
ago or city property.
1(1 acres, II acres In pears some
apples, I acres tn nlfuKu, B room
bungalow ami other buildings, will
Inke some city properly. Price
2 li acres, nil In cultivation, I
room house, chicken house nnd yards
plenty of water to Irrigate, city wator
for domestic use, 2 miles out, mint
Wo have sumo of Iho best stock
ranches lu the county, nlso some
good small acreage that wo con sell
nt a very low price and on tho best
uf terms. Come lu and let us tell
vou what we have.
If you waul to trade your farm
for clt property come and see what
we have to offer.
(ilrls nud women tor general
house work lu and out of city.
MRS. EMMA BITTNER
I'boiio Home II
OpKM.IIo Nnsli Hotel
ItOO.MS II mtil 7, VMM III.OCK.
nothing bettor for
Christ 11ms than a
the new models
$5.00 and $7.50
j! CHRISTMAS 1
;; Jt irt out policy loo.Ter
j; oo(W Mint are jioi eoni
; ; moiiphu'o; hoiice jnost. of
; the articles we show can
;; not. be duplicated at
;: once or at all,
Eads - Holbrook
WOOD FOR SALE
Tier, Rick and Block Wood
Strictly Cash on Dolivory.
, . . ,T:
Wo load, olliora follow.
I'tiur tlujN, ctiiiiliieiit'liig loibiy llm
t'litsslest Act of Hie Sciisoii
CHAItl.KH COI.IIV .V CO
Novelty 'ttutrlloitiitl Act -positively
tho biggest liiiiKli'producer yot.
,10110 b'eet of l'lliit HUH)
Tin: wei'Ijd.ih: iikiu
A Flying "A" vveiitern featuro with
our favorites In thu leading rules
mi: KMi'i'.itoit's MixMAdi:
Portraying an Incident In Hit) Ufa ut
tho greatest of nil rulers, Napuloou
Tin: limn cost ok uvino
nii-iii os Tin: jou
Itlrh nud laughable comedy
, Alt SATIIHIt, tho KIiirct
l'DltltlXI' AND WOOIAVOItlil
Tho llnitllnu WUurtU
Mntlnccs Dally 2 to C p; tn.
ADMISSION.no AND 10c
'.MOTH IN Till: I'liAMK"
An Intensely drniiintlo tlirnorpol
pictorial version depleting this fam
ous adage. Love, hatred, Jealousy.
ALWAYS A (It)OD SHOW
"Wlir.N VOITII MKIiTS YOPTH"
Kiiloiu. A wtstlern story, u pleas
Inr; and liileruslliig piny of broth
. I, KALI I lilt SITNO" Usaiiiiy.
Augustus Uornoy lu his famous
creation uf Alkali Iko has never
appeared to funnier advantage,
than lu this clover comedy riot uf
"Till; IIOIISi: THIItVltH" Pathtl.
One of thono favorite western
"AN l.NTHIt.VATIO.VAI. HOMAM.T."
Kellg. A plettiroiiie talo of
luve. Intrigue and a woman's tie
Ml.s Woolivnrtlt nt plana
Clmngo or program ovory Sunday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Prices Always Iho Home, no oat! 10c
Vaudeville ami l'hotopUjrs
Ollters lead ami we am still following
vvllli the biggest, brightest ami
snappiest show In tho city
thi: .MisicAit ih:.'ti.i:vh
Marimba Xylophone hoIoIsIh play
lug tho largest Instrument of Its kind
lu thu world.
KKATUUH l'IIOTOPI,AY 1MUK1UAM
Thrilling story of life in tlio wont
HIWIOVIM. KUNKI-bV VHSSKLM
IdKi; KNKHITH OF Olill V
A fttlititsy n
AN MI.KI'HANT ON Tlll.llt HANDS
Upoqlnl Mutinous Saturday ami Hun
day. Mutluoo prices, C uud 10 couts.
COMI.N'O J'HATCIti: PHOTOI'ftAYH
THW LION TAMICH'S UKV13N0W
Doc. J7ti, 18th, 10th
.Featuring 20 romiilhg lions 2 rools.
F11W3 AT SKA
Den. 20th nuil L'lst
Scetile Sii'ciiiciinr Sountonnt