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MEDFOTW MATf, TTlTBTTNTi; MEDFOItf), OKKfiOK. MONDAY,' DlOTMlTriR M. 11112.
MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
, KVKItr ATTBRWOON
'hundat nr tiw
TlrSjOiwiivcfalla TlmM, Tfm Hertford
Mali; Th MrJror.l Trllnina. Th South
nwnwHwn. Tiie AshlMwl Trlltuna,
OfflM Matt Tribune lUlltdlne. 5R.27-
r-ir iircci:A phone.
OHOrUlB TUTKAM. Tailor and Manaft-er
PEARS MOST PROFITABLE.
Kntra.fiB McAnd-elsxs maitsr at
Msdrnrd, Orrgon, nJar ths mi of
tarch J. 1879.
QfflpJM Putwr ot the City of Mfor&
Oftlolal Paper of Jackson Countr.
On year, by mnn,. is.nn
pno monlli. br lnixll ,. so
Tor month, ili)lvrrtt by curler In
MAitfAMi. Jacksonville and On
lfil Point... ,0
RjlunUf only, by mull, tr yr.. S
Weekly, per yw.. l.Ro
Dally nverair or eleven month! pd
trtr November 30, 1911. .751.
Thn Mull Trlbun I on Ml M the
Firry Noiri Stand. Pan Frsncl-co,
Portland Hotel N(!wn stand. PartMnd.
nnwmnn Tsws Co.. Portland. Or.
W. a, Whimsy. ButtK wa-n.
roll L.l Wlr t?nhtl
Metropolis or Snuthrrn oreiron and
jvormern caiirornin. una the rstttft
RmwInR city In Orpcon.
Population l". A ppnmi 110 8.40;
tlmatsd, IMI 1O00O.
Five hundred lhomnJ dollar Ornrltr
writer Krutem completed, rlvlnir flnpt
nutiply pure mountain water, and 17
ntllpa of atrret psvd
. Postoffiee- rrcclpta for year ending
November It. 1911. show Increase of 1?
Ttnnnr fruit etty In Oregon Hokup
Ttlver Spltaenberff npplsa won sweep
stakes prlin nn.l tltlo of
at the National Annla show, Spokane,
1803, and n ear of Newtowna won
. riral Prlae In 110
nt Canadian International Apple Show.
Vancouver, n. C.
rirat Frtse In 111
at Spokane National Apple Show won
by carload of Newtowna.
TtORUe Illver pear brought highest
price In all market of the world dur
Inr the pant air vear
Wrtto Commercial Club, tncloaln-
ce-nta for po'tage for ths finest commu
nltr pnmplilet VPr pnMlahed.
SCARCITY OF EK
iNHlThAXU, !)w. :i(). HwiiptR
for the week liuo Iktii: Cut I If, IK10;
calvctt, 110; lntH, 1MI; sliocit, 317U;
As is usitiil after the holiday ruli,
thcru is n M?nrrity of look ur nil
kimls. Stiinv few fjittlc wciv bnmlit
in for MomlayV imtrkr, whidi sohl tit
$".''y for lop hut .$7.01) was the jirieo
(ibtiuiH'J fur i)Mt of thu btuff if
l'erctl. As thUva mil in any rtriie
itiiicv tock, the kinmI domain! yx
iliiiiiH the prit'e rt'vvicl. There is
n pnrliciilnrly Mron;; dcinaml for
Komi eowH and the market U a little
The fliiuinyitrt of Ims have hccii
jituiiiually liht. Not a hvnd in the
vaul- Kridny. tho UStlt. and j?7.C0
was the extreme top for the week and
$7..0 prevailed in mot inlniices.
There in a food nteady market for
f-heep. Choice yearling wetliern
uriuKmtr ir".r0 and two-j ear-olds .".
'Jf: choiec ewes .'fJ-')0 and prime
lnnib. ea-ily 0.7.i. Ko heavy ar
rival in the unUtou diiiot kincc the
IN llio fruit slulislios for the lTnilt'tl Slitd's I'tinlishotl hy
flio (loimrdfiWiifc uf foiimioiVo mul labor, WusliiiiKtou, 1).
C1., :s tho result of tho U)() fodontl oonsus, thoro is lhuoh
oomlort for tho poor grower, who litis ovonii'tl (SO per rent
ntoiv for his produot than the apple grower. A inuoh
siualter jtorosiije is in pears because they tiro a profitable
eroi) in a much nioi-e rest rioted area.
The oonsus reports iril.JttJIMXR) beiirinu: tipple trees In
1)10 as airainst 1201,791.000 in 1!)00, a dooretise of r0.471.-
000, or 1KM per cent. Tn 1 1)01) there were produced M7,
0122,000 bushels of apples, havinir a total value or $$V-:M,-000,
or $ .fiti-l per bushel, as agtiinst l7f,JU)7,000 bushels
ten years previously, when no figures as to value were
The eomsus also shows a decrease in the niimber of
penr trees in bearing though an inerease in production. In
lyou tliere were 17,710,000 trees as against lo,171'.000 trees
in 1910, a decrease of 2,511,000 or 1(5.8 per cent. In 11)09
there were produced S.SH.OOO bushels of peal's as against
G.G2o.OOO ton veal's previouslv. The 1909 "crop was valued
at $7,911,000 dollars or $ .895 per bushel.
According to these figures, there are less than ten per
cent as many pear trees in the United States as there are
tipple trees, the yield per tree was less, but the proportion
ate value greater.
The year 19.12 has been an off year in prices for all
kinds of products. It has been a year of immense harvests
but a year of business inactivity and depression, which
curtailed the demand and depreciated the prices. Yet this
year as in most years, the pear growers have fared better
than the apple producers, especiallv in the Roguer River
Nearly every district, from the Atlantic to the Pacific,
grows sonic kind of an apple. Few grow as perfect an
apple as is produced in i few of the northwestern fruit
belte, yet the ample supply tends to lower the market. On
the contrary, very few regions grow a good commercial
pear, none of them superior to the Rogue river product.
The fruit business of the northwest is in its infancy. It
is where the California orange industry was twenty veal's
ago. Growers have not realized the necessity for co-operation
and nnitv of action and until all are united to con
trol the marketing machinery the high cost of selling will
absorb much of the producer's earnings.
Organization of local associations are the primary
mou'S. Then follow the co-operation of till exchanges.
Huch moves are underway already and there is every pros
pect that the next year or two will see a satisfactory solu
tion of tin, market problem for an overproduction of
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IN STATE PRISON
MIUi V SnaiiOH nml Prank Sey
mour, coiulummued munlororH nre
bohliiil the bar of the utato peniten
tiary nt S.ileiu, nwnltlug execution
Fobrunry U, for tho inurdor of
Clears o DeilAftknlouH. it Ureek, In tl(U
city September !2. They were taken
tn Salem SAturdny nlRltt by August
I). Slngler and Alex Norrla, Sheriff
Jones choosing theae twu to take
them to Salem.
The two men were token from the
county Jail to Central I'olnt Saturday
nlKht and placed aboard number Id
The trip was made without difficulty
At the uenllcnttarv the meu were
placed In the death relli which they
will probably never leave except to
mount the ocaffold
An appeal will be taken In each
rase which probably will act a a tay
A7.V77.S7 Hit II W
j sks sicr.iiUTio.v
fll I'tly 4liaikHiaaLkaSlilk X2t Jl l
FOR SOUTH TODAY
ADCL&CI?T O VOLUK
Adlbcrt O. Volok. xon of the bride of
tho llraxlllnu Minister to the Untied
States, Mine. ltmlnleo tie (lama, who
was Mrs. Arthur lle.iru, or .New orK.
baa been tn.tden defendant In a pxira
tlou ault boRtin by Mrs l.UUiwi Volek,
who asks the ctitody f her ilatiicliler,
tbreo jcaw old, and J'.'.K) a year nib
AlnkVnlck nllcse In the impcrs thai
her buaband has been guilty of abaie
donlnr, her nud not eontrlbutlnp toward
tbe uport of berxiiir and her child.
- "r-4. JBBC-T'J. li,
LEVY AS FIXED
The eilv eoiuiell Satuilii nl'lor
iiniiii at a speelnl hpsnIoii adopted
witlioul eJiaiiKo the ivpoit of the fi
nuee eoiumltlee, as published Satur
dn. I'laltitf the eitv lux levy for the
eomiut; venr ut ll.tl iiiIIIh, This "III
lve the elly .H,U!l.ltl for thu eiMi
This amoiiul of motiev to ho rutid
this venr is Icsm than Inst year til
though the levy in . I of n mill urealcr
us Hie uweed vulnutioii is lower. A
lew of !U milks will mie .f.iHrl:i.lll
whmea liiht jenr with n levy of l.,"
mills the oily raised -ilt'.'.lllll.Tl.
The levy is divided n follow :
WHI2RK TO 0
o I AR
AIwioh In tho Lead
. niaykcjt problem fqr an oyeriiroduction
is iujpssible. .' , "' "
nrt f r
TAKES GAM FOR
SAX UKUXAimiXO, fail.. Dee. ill).
Attorney Henry K. Ia-c of San
rmiitfNeo, repri'entalive of claim
uiitd of various potuoh deposits ut
heuric's Lake ir en route to the pot
apli rcnrioii with three kuiiuicii and u
pillin;; pii neeordiii to reports
reauhiiiK liero today. Leo's elientb,
it i haid, iniiKt do an-oemeiit work
op the elniins before tomorrow niht
or forfeit their allowed title.
Iteprottentutives Iiurc of the Cali
fornia Tiomi eotnpuny, eonleudinjf
elnimimts, deelaro they will fight to
jM'ftvejjt, (he itfec&miitnt work huinx
' At the office of Sheriff Ralph
divjuipiijj duiiinju were inaili) tlint
tliero is thu leaht danger of troublo in
the oIiibIi legion. Uepiitiiw in that
auction liuio intide no reporth of pos
bildu dauber, and tho oftieerx are iu
eliui'd to plaeo little ercdeuee in tho
fii-lit talk. They ileclare that no
gunmen are en route to the place.
SALT LAKE IN FAVOR ,
' ' OF BIG FAIR DISPLAY
.SALT LAKH (TIT, Hah. Dee. Ull.
r-That $5(10,000 ho nppropriatcd by
tho statu of Utah, :i()0,000 for tho
I'auaiun l'aeii'io exposition at San
l'Viineiseo and $200,000 for tho I'an-unm-Culifoniin
ospofittion ut San
Dk'ljo, and $100,000 for homo ex
hibits and publicity incidental to Pa
cific couftl travel, it (he recommen
dation today of the SjtH Lake City
Coiniiieieial club. Tlifl, proMoi,ti,on i
to ho t'oijvoyed to Governor Spry,
Pay Director of Navy Dead.
,WASlliX(lTOX. Dee. ."10, GeorKu
SimpMiiw, pay director of the niny,
is dead lime lodn.v of hcail failure
r.i'tcr ti liiiyerinj; illness,
WASIIIXOTOX. Dec. 30. It was
announced hero today that Attorney
Central 'Wlckcrtham November 9,
advised President Taft that he Is em
powered to glvu the congressional
committee Investigating the "money
trust" all data in the possession of
tbe comptroller of the currency re
garding national ba-ikt. Wicker
sham published this fact today, he
aatu, to "dear up contused and er
Thu attorney general istated tha.
on. December 17, hft wrote Samuel
Untormyer, attorney for tho congres
sional committee, that ho did not
think It proper to Instruct tho comp
troller to make an Investigation to
secure for the -committee facts not
In tho possession of.tbo comptroller,
but which bear upon the comniltteo'H
0. A. C. SHORT COURSE
OPENS I7TH SESSION
On January G the heventeeuth an
nual ne-fdon of the winter short
course ut the Oregon Agricultural
College iieiw for four week work
which will include eleven courses of
study. Iist year over 1000 people
attended these cotir-otf truui every
county in Oregon, fifteen other stutes
nud four foreign countries.
The visitors reinesentcd twenty
seven different vocation, including
fnrnitTs", fttoekmen, ondiurdints, Ijpn
henncu, Gardners, Iwokkcepers-, dairy
men, carpenter, beekeepers, eupii
ccix, hankers, phanuauiU, nicrcliunts
and profesiiioual men.
Thu railmadH have offered a ratu
of one and one-third fare on the cer
tificate plan; that is, one secures n
receipt for the full furo colng, which
entitles olio to u our-third fate re
turning. The sale dates are January
'2 to 1'ebruarv 7, inclusive, with u rr
ttint lijmit of Januuy 5;to rebrnai
11 inclusive. -,
BY HEAVY RAIN
l'OHTLAXD, Dor. :i(.Tlie West
over pipe line s..teiii is blotted out,
n frame dwelling is down in the lull
districts and great damage is appar
ent otherwise today as the result of
the rainstorm that has been sweeping
the city for the past three dnya.
The big mudslide in the Wetocr
district cume near taking several
residences with it. Two streetcars
were ueciurii in iy suae on rungs
Heights', and ear service is still de
Several esps are barbouud, ac
cording to reports from the mouth of
the Columbia river.
Castle Kock, Wash., rcxrts a slide
near Olpipiu, tying up the Shasta
limited and ull other train service
through those dace.
Many Oregon nud Washington
towns rejKirt henry dauuigo done by
the general storm.
In an electric lighted train carrying
everything 'poulble In tho wu of
equipment, a large number of Mod
ford residents will leato at 3:30
o'clock tills ufteruooa for the annual
mld-w Inter Junket to Sun Francisco
and Los Augele.
The special train will start from
Grants Pais picking up passenger
along tho route tods), through the
A number of local psiplu have pur1
chased tloketu but being nimble to
go nt present wilt go an far ns Ash
land when they will taku u ntoi
over. The tickets nro good for 90
The annual avctiraluu to Califor
nia has becomo cry much of a cus
tom to Medford pcopto who plan
months In advance on tho trip. This
)ear the equipment Is tbe finest pos
sible, thanks being duo to A. S.
WHITE SLAVERS DISCUSS
PLANS WITH DETECTIVE
SAX FHAXCISCO, Dec. riO.IIe
cilitso they discussed their plans rid
ing ip a train from I'ortlund to this
city with Detective J. J, Callnghun
Mttini: behind them, two ullcgcd white
slavers und their victims nre in tho
city prison here today, charged with
violating thp federal law, against tuk
inir women from ouu state to uuothcr
for immoral purposes, The prisoners
n ro A. K. Hock, Frunk Miller Qiiecnio
Ktanford uiid.Lizctte Miller. False
registration nt tho municipal cliuio
by Hie two woiaeii was llu dirtxd
IciiiisO of nrmd.
Mrs. A. II. Houston Is quite III.
( Dr. Dulllle hub n Grants I'ass thu
first of the week.
U. A, Morsu and family spent
Qlirihtnius In Ashland.
Dr. Maltugrou und wife wero thu
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Miller of
North 1'hocnlx Christmas day.
V. Wilbur and II. Uokoy left the
first of tbe week for an extended
visit In California.
Mr. Lyons of .Minneapolis Is spend
ing thu holidays with his. sou, J. II
Lyons and family,
W. V, Hamuli), shipped this week
through tho Fruit association u ear
load of apples to Oermuny,
31 r., und Mrs, Jpnos and Miss Maud
Newbury spent Christmas with J.
Itudur und wife,
D, Alexander and family recently
moved from Ceutrul i'olnt on to a
farm near town,
Mrs. A. Garrett and Mrs. Cluiu, of
Ashland, spent Christmas with tho
former's mother, Mrs. Anderson of
W. Coleuinu and family of Jackson
ville, spent Chrlstiiias with Mrs. M.
Mrs. Louis Colver Is upending thu
holidays with her parents Mr. und
Mrs. IH'un on Wuguer creek,
Miss O. Weeks and her little nlcco
Uui'triido Hargruves, of Medford
spent part of tho week with Mrs. M.
The Christmas exercises In both
churches wero well attended and
good programs rendered.
Now Year's Kve will bo observed
by a supper and program to bo given
by tho I'rosbyterlau Ladles' Aid so
ciety in the V. ). W. hall.
IMPROVED IN HEALTH
I'ltixarroN, j., Dee., ;io.-
After n big "welcome home eclibrn
tiou nud ii night -KMit m the houo
in which he wn hum. t;ctlir wilu
speeches nud reception nt Stunotn.i,
Vit., President -elect Voodriv Wd-on
i buck here today, bunging with
him u miniature ship of state and a
Inisket of. Iiitiuiu apples.
Uoyeruor WiUon is much improved
in health. Xnti!:.i' Chairman Me
Combs and Spe.ik':- ll.vnl or ViKi.Mi'
sat up and talked with Wil-oii during
the entire jouriie fntm Staunton to
Washington. At thu capital Jerry
Sullivan of Iowa, hmirdcd the cur and
conferred with Hie prcidcnt-elecl
mild rearhiug Piiuccton Juiictiou.
Sullivup juts hi-fi, -Mikru of for ace
retiirv of the interior,
XKW VOHK". Jhc .10. -"Woiildn I
yon be rcnlly uid truly deadly down
right angry if n crossed llio ocean
to scu the Statue )!' Liberty, mid u
nasty steward let joii sleep on und
miss it 7"
In this imiiiiivr Miss Violgt As
ipiilh, daughter of l'rciuier Asquitli
of I'uglaud, who i hero todnx, sxd.c
to thu ship icpottcrs who met her us
she stepped from thu liner Celtic.
Dcnpitu I'oct Watson's poem of
"the womnii with the serpent's
tongue," which -tincd up ti sensation
uotdong ago, and which was believed
to, refer to .Minx AMpiith, the daugli
lor of thu llritili premier, impressed
thu passengers of llio Celtic us a
fine, well set-up, breuzy Kuglish girl.
Mis Asqiiith is iiccomjinnhid by
her chuperoue, Countess of Aberdeen,
and will start today for Washington
to hu thtt guest of ,AuiliisHi"h"' nud
Mrs. James ,I1i-j-i.
GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER
DEAD AT STUTTGART
IIKHLIX. Dec. :il. Foreign Mini,
ler Von Kideiiiii W'liechler died sud
deuly ut Slntlgart, where he had gone
to spend Christum', The first nil
iioiincemeut of his ih'uth came today
llimiigh the foicigii office in n iiii'
sngc from the foreign nii'ii '".' sis
ter to Kuiser Williciiii,
On Sunday morning, December '22,
nt her home at Rogue Kher, oceuned
tho death of Mrs. Surah A. Anderson,
nfler a lingering illness. Mr. Ander
son was one of the ehlet settler of
Jackson county, and her death causes
(i genuine and widespread regret
ninonx the many friends nud aeiitmiu
tniiccs whose uffcetiou nud respect
she hud gained during Iter long resi
dence among them.
Funeral service were conducted at
the home hv the Kev. II. C. Itiehatds,
Tuesday foronotMt nud tho remains
were iseortcd to .liicksouvillc wheiv
the ciitvniicut wu iipide in the faiinlv
plot of tfiu beaiililul ecuietery located
Sanih Ami Lee n horn on Jauu
arv 1, IS:il, nenr Moiiqiliis, Tcun.,
nud leuiovvd with her uiteul to La
imir county, Te.M. wlivre he resjdtsl
for a tiumbcr of vcatv. In IH'ill she
came d the Pacific coast, her party
journeying down the .Mississippi ami
then In the Istlrtuiis of Pauaiua.
Cro-siiu- tbe Isthmus, the pioneer
took boat to Sim Frnuciscn,
After n brief resilience in Califor
nia she came to the Itogue Itivcr al
lev in lH.'i", via pack train from
Crescent Citv. For tint eiisiiiinr thir
ty years she was a resident of the
Ceutrul Point district, hut had resid
ed in Gold Hill for the past nine
She is simivi'd hv her husband. T
X. Anderson, and her diitnchti-r. Mn.
S. W. MrCleiidou. while a sou, Wil
liam Coy, reside- in California.
IMPRISONED IN WELL
Ilt'ltXS. Ore , Dec .10 - Prisoners
nt the bottom of a T.Vfoot well for
six day s without food, and one of
them breaking both legs by the full
In to tho well, Hubert Kooniz, .13,
and William Carroll, 'id. homestead
ers, nre today recovering from their
Koontz had let hlunolf down to the
bottom of th woll with tools to aid
In deepening tbe same. Carroll fol
lowed, but when ho was IT. feel from
the surface, the windlass broke. Ho
fell to the bottom, breaking both legs.
On one occasion Koontz climbed
up thu sheer sides of tho well by dig
ging notches with hi bunds, but
slipped and fell to tho bottom when
within twenty feet of the top, sus
taining painful IffirtH.
A teamster finally heard their
shouts and let tho end of tho wind
lass rope down to them Moth iiieu
.wore near dtalli f r ni exhaustion.
Fund. Levy. Amount.
Interest Vl.5 $11,771.00
Street -j. 11.HK1.S0
(leu. sewer 1.5 H.Htrg.OO
Fire . ,-.1108. 10
Lik-ht 1. 5,111)8.10
Library ,7 I,1,I5,HH
(Icneral 5. i.05 1.'.0
Siukiua 5 '.MI5 l.'JO
I'uik 'J 1.I81.I1S
IN HE ENGLAND
LOXDOX, Dee. 110. Dcpilo llio
iiivitutloii ,to Huglish people to re
joice out their booming trade and
great prosperity, conditions, iiinoiig
Loudon's legal poor show an ini
iiousu increase of pauperism, accord
nig to tho London Times,
This paper devoted a page to sta
tistics on the subject and confesses
in nu editorial that it iiiukcs "dismal
rending." The reason for the ht
qi'iinso is uttribiitcd l lubor disputes.
, lTi to December M the poor-Jaw
giiuuliiuis were caring for llo,U0'J
persons rcpresciiling a ratio of -l.l
per tlioiisaiid of ihc poiulu(ioui Ihe
SCARCE IN CITY
There Is a dearth of calendars lu
Medford this )uar and sadness reigns
among tho boyn of the city who have
established the custom of canvassing
thu city each holiday season, securing
dainty calenders nud selling them to
lutoftllgatluu develops that the
touipllmentnr) gifts of tbe mer
chants wore scarce this uar. so much
so that In tho majority of Instances
residents were glud to purchnso raleu
dars from t!i youth. One of the
boys wild that ho bad several orders
for big calendars, but that after u
inurulug.' search he was nimble to
find any. lie said that ho sold a big
calendar with a "nobby girl on It ' for
half a dollar, and that tho smuller
ouM with "illicit and things" went
Tor nii cents' ea'on.
' t's kbls know when there Is sonic
easy money In sight, nud you bet
we're going to get nil the calendars
we ran. 'cause thoy ain't any In the
stores like theru used to be." said
one of tho boys this afternoon.
Somo of the merchants nort that
calendar advertising Is unsatisfactory
h( every particular.
.Matinees Dally 'I to & p. in,
ADMISSION. Cc AND 10a
A CHICO HOTEL
W. F. Kan, former hnlf owner of
tha Hotel .Medford In this city, Is thu
mnn who will hereafter be owner
and innuager of the Hotel Diamond,
at Chlco, fa I.
Itau Is ouu of t'bo best known hot"l
men on llio roast and for years was
Identified with the biislucss-Interests
of Med fonl In tho conduct of tbe
Tho terms of tho deal have not
been given out, but It Is reported
that thu purchase price It, In thu
neighborhood of $17,000. The now
owner will take ehurgu about January
BURIED BY LANDSLIDE
WALLACi;, Idaho, Dee. III).
James Flnhcrtv, homesteader, . bn
led under curul Ions of earth today
and his pniliier, Ltun lu'll.v, is rccoi
eiiug from severe bruises as thu re
sult of a landslide in the mountains
nenr here, whici hcsldvs killing Fin
hcrt.Vt swept uwuy his euhhi "ml did
The tracks of llio Oregoi Witsli
ingloii llujlioail and Xoig"liuu com
pany and Ihe Northern Pacific urc
buried under several feel of ciiilh in
the vicinity of the slide. ,
The mountains uboid Coeur
d'Alcuu nre covered with snow and
much daiuiige is feared from, swollen
sticaius when tho siluw limits,
Medford Printing company carry
a full lino nt legal blanks.
John A. Perl
2H H. IIAUTLKTT
I'houcu M, 171 nud I7!l
Ambulance Bcrvlro Depuiy Coroner
H 1 1 1 1 t mi"
I ISIS THEATRE i
itioai ami laitL
Couiisly JHhrIuk mid Dauuliig
poirr am ritxsA.vr
A t'lHIItltMA.VS Lt'OK
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Matinee Saturday and Kuuday
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Finest popular priced ''
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Clark & Wright
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Public Land Msttorst Final Proof.
Deiort Lsnai, Coateit ana Mining
Vf carry very eomnlota tins of
Orntirrlrs, In en curtslns, flvturts, oto.
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pprlnl man to took after this work
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Wooks & McQowan Co.
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City. Running distilled
ice water in each room.
European Plun, a la Girte
Tariff on Rooms
12 rooms .
CO rooms wllb pilule bah
50 rooms vllk piiuli bath
30 suits, bedroom, par
lor and bath 3.00 each
For inoro than one uuett add $1.00
extra to the nbovo rates for
1 each additional guott.
Reduction by week or month, i
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