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OTTWOTlfi WCW TTURUtfR mnFORO. OREOON. TTTFttSDAY. .TAOTAttY 0, 1flin.
AMERICAS GREATEST CITY DRINKS ENOUGH BEER,
E IN A WEEK TO FLOAT ONE OF OUR BIGGEST BATTLE SHIPS
i .. t'SvXTVrfrM'.o
TO SLAKE NEWYORKS
EAChl WEEK 4,
The following list shows wht New
York drinks In a tingle week:
30.000.0U) quarts of domestic draught
TfM.OOO quarts of doniMtlc draugbt
097,500 qusrts of bottled ale and
At the nnniinl meeting of (he Med
fonl Comnicrcinl club ilio following
were elected ns n board of directors
Jr the ensuinjj year:
J. A. Perry, George Putnam, A. S.
Uosenbaum, A. C. Allen, E. X. War
ner, i 0cnbrucgc, S. S. Smith, W.
I Inane., Lincoln ircCorraick, J. I).
Hell, C. S. Lcl.o, A. C. Hubbard, A.
Couro Kiero, William Gerig, K. A.
J. A. Perry was ejected chairman
of the Itonrd of director, and Mi
Sears nppoiiitrd temporary secretary,
and the directors adjourned until
ncM Wednesday, when permanent or
ganization will lie effected. Mean
while Mih Sears will look after the
affairs of the club with the assist
ance of Mr. Perry.
Tho ineelinir was attended by some
75 or 80 members nnd quite cnthtts
instil!. Judgo Colvij; read annual re
IiHh and announced that he would
not be a cundidato for re-election or
election to any office. ,
HcMiliitiims of appreciation were
passed by tho club for Prefcident Col
i', Treasurer Osenbrugxe and the
hccrctary, Mis Fay Seuis.
The roKirt of F. OssenhniRse, trca
hincr of the Cumnicrviul club, shows
that during the past year the club
lias hnndlcd $5,559.05 and that the
halnuco on liiind Dec. 31, 101'i was
$114.8(1. This amount has been in
creased by receipts during the first
week in January.
Tho club received from member
ship dues during the year, .$2,'-Ml,
and from admission fees, 187. The
subscriptions to the advertising fund
amounted to .f 2,07:t..r0 and money re
ceived from donations and sulo of
In tho mutter of expenses f.117 was
used in Kstago stamps, showing the
amount of mailed matter sent out
iroin the office. Kighteen thousand
separate pieces of literature were
mailed and IllOO personal letter
were diolaled mid mailed.
Mr. Otisenbrugge's rcjMirt is ex
ceptionally well kept and gives in de
tail (he club's financial operations
for each mouth in the year.
Tho coming of Ad Wolgast to Med
ford this owning lias excited the
fight follawors and It Is probable
that a largo delegation will be on
hand to give the ex-champlon a wel
come tu this city. Wolgast Is duo
on 14 or 1G this evening, according
to press dispatches, and has planned
to stay over long enough to look ovor
tho valloy with a view to buying u
ranch. He will find many congenial
bouIb with whom ho may talk fight
dope and It Is expected that he will
decldo at onto to remain hero.
Mcrltol Hair Tonic keeps tho scalp
In a healthy condition, prevents) tho
hair from falling out, restores It to
Its natural color and used regularly
keeps tho hair pott and fluffy, Has
kin's Drug Store,
sssw sisiKiL.V t issssssY Mm
&V;M - mm D
3,00 quarts of "bar" whiskey.
S24,'J&0 quarts of "case goods."
75,000 quarts of pin.
0,'MO quarts of rum.
187,000 quarts of Imported, beer.
"0,000 quarts of brandy.
&X) quarts of absinthe.
70.000 quarts of cordials.
That a number of men representing
Iowa capital are planning to start
a cement plant near Gold Hill U
evidenced by Inquiries made recent
ly to the California-Oregon Power
company as to cost ot power for such
a plant. The proposal made to the
power company Indicates that the
Iowa people have In mind a plant of
Tho Inquiring parties are for the
present located In Portland. They
hold options on several limestones
and quartz ledges near Gold Hill
and announcement ot their deflnlto
action Is expected soon.
DOUGLAS, Ariz., Jan 9 O-ke-raah,
president; John Gostln, secre
tary; O. A. Mltschner, treasurer;
Jim Deer, O-ke-mah-tcm, Patoka,
Wah'Pad-Ho-Ka, directors. Thoc
are tho officers and directors of the
Klckapoo community of Sonora, capi
talized at $100,000 that came Into
official cxlstenco today under , the
patrouage of tho Mexican govern
ment and the legislature of Sonora.
The colony which comprises more
than 200 Klckapoo Indians, all of
whom aro stockholders In the cor
poration, will farm community lands
under its direction.
Tho Mexican congress has appro
priated $15,000 to aid tho project
and the remainder of capital has
been subscribed by the Indian far
mors. Tho government has granted
them 1011,000 acres near Tamlchopa,
Sonora and tho capital will bo used
MANY SEEK JOB
WASHINGTON', Jan. 0. The con
test for the seorctaryship of the in
terior is growing warmer daily.
Kvery western state linn a candidate
for tho office, whilo Oregon has put
forward tho names of two men Will
King and J. X. Teat of Portland.
Senutor Perkey of Idaho announced
today that ho would go to Trenton
Knnully to present tho claims of
Governor .lames Hawley to President
elect Wilson. Hawley was defeated
for re-election in November.
MoutannV candidnte is Governor
Norris; California will present for
mer Mayor James D. Phelau of San
Francisco; Arizona will endorse Gov
ernor Hunt and Nevada will press the
claims of Clay Tillman.
TO GIVE EXHIBITION
Ilillini'fl fans will have an oppor
tunity -Thursday evening of witness-
ing George K. Spears, champion fauoy
shot bilhardist perforin at the Ilrowu
parlors on Hast Main. Spears will
play in mi exhibition game or at Ilio
14 or 18 inch balk line before show
ing his funcy shots.
40,500 quarts of champagne.
00,000 quarts of other wluc..
Now York Is n thirsty city, no thirsty
that It pay n very larse part of the
Ji000.0u).o00 whloh American are ac
credited with spending to assuage their
more or le parched throat, bo tinrsiy
I America'. Kreutet city that It buy
about forty Ave drinks vtvry tuluute of
ANGLERS TO TALK
President W. F. Nnac ha called n
meeting oi the llogiie Itucr Fi-h Pro
tective association to be held at 8
o'clock Friday evening ut the Public
Library hall, at which proposed legis
lation will be di-ctis-ed.
I tot li Grants Vn and the mouth
of the river interest will have hill
before the legislature for the opening
of Ilogue river to I'ommereiiil fishing
and both claim sufficient majority to
pa their measure.
The Medford angler aro nil re
quested to be preent to decide upon
their Mnnd in the matter and whether
or not the movement hould he fought
or whether coiiiproniiio with interest
affected should not be made.
BALKANS ARE EAGER
FOR TURKISH PRIZE
LONDON. Jan. 0. Whether Adrl
anople is to capitulate dlroctly to the
bndeglng forces or yield because of
pressure of the powers is tho ques
tion which occupies alike tho minds
of the peace delegates and tho am
bassadorial conference. The llalkau
delegates are confident Adrlanople
will yield to one press u ro or the other
in a few days.
The ambassadorial conference Is
marking time In the hopo that the
Adrlanople difficulty will solve Itself
and make Interference by the powers
unnecessary. It Is suggested that Ad
rlanople bo ceded to the powers,,
who would transfer the city to tho al
lies alter pormlssing the Turkish gar
rison to depart with honors. Some of
tho delegates of the allies hold tho
Turks should complete the expulsion
of Turkey from Huropo by making
Constantinople an autonomous city
under Huropcan control.
TO Cl'HK A COLD IN ONH D.W.
Tako LAXATIVH IlitOMO Quliilno
Tablets, Druggists refund money H
it falls to cure, j; W. OltOVK'S sig
nature Is on each box. 2f cents.
:rs. hraiman B'ck
mom EXIOJSI 'E TUP
MR,tf, ti, If MABr-rUAN-,
.Mr. Mur.x H HurrliiMii, widow of
Kdwunl H I In ill inn n. I luck In New
York after an exleimlvo trip In her pri
vate cur Allien over the railroad Hues
o long controlled by her husband.
.Mrs. Haii'lmiiii relumed to her New
York Inline from U'iikIiIuuIou over the
'inlilmuic mill uliln KiiliiiHul and wn
ic oiiii'iiiieil iiv 'r two daughter and
cvcrul women frWials. There were ue
men lu (he parly.
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mwTi wtHSf-1 t p"f i 1 Tsfft?
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jHitf ,TJiPjrfL a f MtL Up4QHSfk
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the day. This li on the basl that orery
saloou stays open twenty rour Hours a
day. T.ikcu on the amhorlxcd eighteen
hour basl near It s my drink are sold
in tin live boroughs every minute within
he legal hour.
It ha long been a t In lloton. nr
n lament, according to who recited the
tig that more whiskey ' drunk
NF.W lHIC, Jim ! Mom than
100,000 strikers of the Garment
Workers' I'nion are defying all ef
forts to nibitntte their difference.
Fifteen hundred white jpiod workers
struck in smimlhv here today. The
Hotel Workers' lender are trvim? to
call a general strike of eooks and
waiter. The hotel are being guard
ed. REPORTED FATALLY ILL
MONTHF.AL, Que., Jan. 0. That
the dtU'ticsK of I ntiaught, who was
yesterday seized with a recurrence of
peritonitis is fatally ill is generally
believed here. A bulletin iued by
her physician at 11-10 i ns follew:
'Her royal highness duchess of
rinuanght Ims stood the journey
from OttNwn pretty well, and l now
routing a comfortably as could be
expected. K. S. Worthingloii."
Lieutenant Colonel l.owther, the
duke's military secretary was to have
jriveti a bull lust night hut he cancel
led it. Am attempt is made to conceal
the fact that the gravest fears are
entertained a to tho recmer ol the
ROGUE RIVER PEARS
TO BOURNE'S FRIENDS
Souator Jonathan Ilniirnc, Jr., Is
a Itogun Itlver valloy booHtor of tho
best typo. Kvery yoar ho piirchates
one hundred and fifty boxes of extra
fancy pears to dlstrlbuto to his
friends In the capital. This year has
burb no exception to tho rule, as the
following letter shews:
-Mr. A. (. Itandull, Rogue lllver
Fruit & 1'rodiico association Dear
Sir: I have hnd several of the boxes
of Comlco pears, myself, nnd have
sent a box to each of the senators
and n number of cabinet und depart
ment heads here, and as far as I am
Informed they ha,vo all been In fine
condition ami given greut satisfac
tion. "Thanking you for your attention
to this order, and with best wishes
for tho new year, I remain, sincere
"JONATHAN IIOUHNi:, Jit."
I'AKJBIA.V Sago will quickly end
all hair and scalp troubles and muko
your hair so silky, luxuriant and lus
trous that all will admlro It.
Danishes scalp Itch over night.
Cloans up dandruff In short ordor
and kills dundruff goriiis. After the
first bottle your hulr will ho lus
trous and full or life,
Do sure and getl'AHISIAN Sago.
Girl with Auburn hair on every car
ton. It Is not a dye but n clean, ro
froshlng, Invigorating tonic, that
preserves tho color. At dealers
ovorywhoro. Lurgo bottle CO cents.
Bold by Chun. Strung on money hack
Mien per "t than In any other city
or tiio worm, ricept uliiuow, nut
"w York now nrr . upon
ilio ticeu ol the llu'i for thto moro or
' ilutitou honor.
In the lat thirty or forty years. Ac
lire khow and lu thl cne they me
not dry -that beer drinking Inn tu
created aliout 7) per eeut ulitle the
TWO WIVES LED
SF-VTTLi:, Jan. II. "I had to pav
alimony to my divorced wife. I had
to siipMirt m v present wile. And so
well, I miide a mo- of it. I want
to take my medicine so that when 1
come out, 1 can make a heller stint."
Itussell W. .leaning, defaulting
teller of the Pacitie National hank of
Tacoma, missing since December li,
and arrested by Failed Stale Mar
shal J. It. M. Jacoby in Seattle yes
terday, gae the ulioe explanation of
the cause of hi downfall to the Fail
ed Pre this morning.
Jennings, when arrested on a tele
phonic description furnished by our
of JaeobyV deputies in Tiieouiu, made
a full confession of In peculation,
which are in exec of $:l,00().
M'CARTY 10 BOX
ST. PATRICK'S DAY
LOS ANOKLF.S, Jan. (I. Liilher
McCartv will defend hi title in the
ring for the first time on March 17,
according to u statement today by hU
iiinuager, Hill MeCarney. He will box
an opjKineut, et to be chosen, before
Nick Albniicz's club at Columhii,
Ohio. The bout will be for l'J rounds.
McCarty probably will lean Lo An
geles Saturday for Kansas f'ily,
where he is billed to make his first
To llcrorm Convict K)trni
LITTLK KOCK, Ark., Jan. S.Tho
Arkansas convict system, brought
into prominence recently by the par
doning of 3G0 convicts by Governor
Douaglieny as a protest against tho
leant system, Is one of the flrat mat
ters to bo considered by tho statu
legislature which convened today.
NYBERG SEVEN-PASSENGER TOURING CAR
A low priced cur with a twetvo million dollar guarauteo,
Not an oxporlmont, not n freak. Mado upon honor or best matorluls, fully guaranteed all down tho lino.
Hear axlo housing pressed from one pleco of shoot stool Itosult, groutcst strength, luiiHt weigh!, oaxn
In cleansing, a pleasure to the eye. Lnrgn "full floating" rear axlo. Doth brakes luturiiul.
, OllDHItHTAKKN DV
GEO. F. DYER
Miulu In Anderson, Indiana
populallou was IncrcastiiK about i'00
i'r cent. Now iutw, iiccordliiK to the
iiiiiii behind Ilio bar, lias Kronu us n
beer drinking city further "in thl.
I!ery week New York Kiiira down
II throat a NUttlcleut Miiiouut of liquid
refreshment to iloat a buttle uhlp. II
'ould nlmml bury Urn tower of the
Woolworth llutldlng, ttit largext ollU'e
WASIIINTON, Jan 0 No moro
land are to bo cut off from tho an
llonal parks to accommodate private
owners of laud within the park
boundarbH. That Is the coiiomihus
of opinion In the Graham sub-coin-mltteo
of the Public Lauds commit
teo after hearing the plea of John II.
Ctirtlu, state neuator In California,
that flO.OoO acres on the north and
west edges of tho Yosemltii park be
taken nut ami placed In the Htniils
Iiiiis national forest.
Curtlu complained that the sold
iers patrolling the Yusemlto drove off
his cattle. Ho and other iioutosI
dents own C000 acres within the park
limits, and ho claims that ho Is not
permitted free use of his properly,
although ho hud won a suit in the
federal supremo court grunting him
right lo free arceM to hi land
Two grows of tho famous "big
trees" were Included lu the area
which he proposed should be placed
COASTING PARTIES ENJOY
RARE SPORT ON HILLSIDE
('ousting pMrlics made merrv Wed
ucsdiiy aflcrtiiHiii mid evening on the
hospital hill in Siskiyou Height. In
the afternoon the small Imi.h and
girls to a number of over u score
took delight in a pastime seldom af
forded them in Medford. lu the
evening u crowd of older people had
pososiou of the hill mid a great lion
fire was built ut the summit bringing
back to reality all the rciucmhninccs
of Ihe winter spoils of the cast,
ILL STARRED CAPTAIN'S
ASTORIA, Ore., Jan. I) If em
Imbuing can bo accomplished the
body of Captain L. P. Johnson, mus
ter of the ill fated Unsct-ruii-, will be
Y B E R
' J .
ltt -. . f i
building tu til wufld, beiieulh Us
If n lakn were due big cuoiikIi lo
li.il.l ..II II. I.....K UliUl.w n.t.l ..Hi...
iimiu ml nil' in 1 1 , .iliiJ.nl iiiiii t'llll'l
drinks put away lu New Voik for n
week the bitsla would Inn e to bo big
eiiouch lo hold nearly "0,000 Ions of
llllld viiouuh tu Uoat a uood site war
sent tu San Piuiicici b. the steamer
ItoHiioke today, in compliance wilh
a request jcccivcil here I'mui tho
widowed mother ol the deceased,
The MiiMiuie oiiroiiiraliiiii, of which
Caplain Johnson was a member, will
probably lime charge of (he inter
Official Photofjrnphor of tho
Medford Commorcinl Club
Interior and oNtcrior views
Negatives made aiiv time
and any place by appoint
No young woman, In tho Joy of
coming motherhood, should nrrjoct
to prepare hor system for tho physi
cal ordeal sliu Is to undergo. Tho
health of both herself and tho coming
child depends largely upon the caro
sho bostows upon herself during tho
waiting months. Mother's Frlond
prepares tho expoctant mother's sys
tem for tho coming oront. and Its uso
nukoj her comfortablo during all (ho
term. Tho baby, too, Is moro apt to bo
perfect and strong where tho motbor
has thus prepared hersolf for naturo'n
supremo function. No bettor advlco
could bo given a young expoctant
mother than that
sho uso Mother' MnsninnVi
rrlcud; It is a UUMinLKa
medlclno that has fcp !
nroven Its valun Vi I Ml FN II
In thouiMiidii of
enflcs. Mother's Friend In sold at drug
stores. Wrlto for frco book for expect
BRADriElD REGULATOR CO.. JUUu, Cs,
UMIMIK ON NOUTII OKNTUAL AVK.