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Col, J, V. Mundy, W !. Vnwtcr nnd
A. A. Davis hnvo returned from n
(rip lo Sun Francisco In connection
with tbo Mlnncy electric lino.
Lllllnn A. McMillan, an expert ad
writer nnd accomplished atcno
Rrnplior, hatl moved to Medford to
open an oftlce.
Mrs. L. A. Gregory has returned
from a four wceha trip to Califor
nia. Mrs. Ii. A. Gregory Is now ready
to resume- work In her studio. She
will lutroduco all tho newest and
most up-to-dato Ideas In tho photo
Closing out Bfllo ot pipes. Ire-
land's Smoke Houso.
Walter McCallum has left for New
York, and may go to South America
with a moving plcturo cnterprlso ho
Is Interested In.
Mrs. J, Peart of Ashland and Mrs.
8. Cochran of Grants Pass wcro In
Medford one day this week.
Iteal homo mado bread at De
8. P. While- returned from Weed,
Cnl., Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Soils re over
from tho Hoover orchard, located in
Eagle Point precinct
Bring that eld took wltk tons
binding dowu aad kava tt rabound
at the Mall Trlbuaa offle. Coats
but lltUe. V
Owen Dunlap, A. H. Fisher and
Guy Thrasher were up from Phoenix
Guy Chlldcrs, who has been on
Coos Day for some time, returned
this week, coming via San Francisco.
II. M. Collins jot tho Dank of Jack
sonville, spent a short tlmo In Med
Dry fir wood at 1.76 per tier on
tho ground. Apply to 717 North
Riverside avenue, Medford. 272
Tho W. C. T. U. will hold Its
monthly meeting at the Baptist
church Thursday afternoon.
John Dlrmlngham of tho Modoc
orchard Is spending a few days in
Insure and be sure. Right if wo
write It. R. A. Holmes, The Insur
Mr. and Mrs. O. Durnolt have re
turned from Arizona where they went
some months ago for the benefit of
Mr. Burnett's health. He returns
John W. Loulsteen of Eugene Is In
Medford on a short business trip.
Vapor hatha and scientific mas
sage for sea and womea. Dr. R.
J. Lockwood, chrlopractor, SOS 0r-nett-Corey
Bide Phone 146.
E. II. Aldcn of Rock Point spent
Tuesday night In Medford.
G. E. Condrey of Yrcka, Cal., is a
business visitor In Medford. ,
Carkln Taylor (John H. Car
kin and Glenn O. Taylor), attorneys-
at-law, over Jackson County Bank
Dr. G. E. McDonald of Portland
and two of his relatives aro vlsltlnh
In Itogue River valley. They went
to Eaglo Point Tuesday.
Mrs. 8. Moore of Ashland Is the
guest of relatives living In Medford.
Bert Yocum left for Eugene Tues
day evening. Ho expects to return
Now York Llfo Insurance Co., C.
Y, Tengwald, Medford National
Bank Bldg., phono 3371.
L. W. rancher, who roystorlously
disappeared from Medford several
years ago and bad been missing until
discovered In a hospital In Alameda
county, CaK, a few days since, was
brought homo Tuesday evening by
his sou Wilbur. He Is still In an al
most helpless condition.
President Taft lias reappointed
Guy E. Tex as postmaster of Central
Point, his term having Just expired.
Kodak finishing, the best at Wes
ton's, opposite book store.
W. P. Stcvons of Klamath county
wus a Medford visitor this week. He
was on route to Seattle.
Mark Welch and Harry Pollctt
made a trip to Ashland Tuesday.
Fashionable dressmaking. Evening
nnd afternoon gowns. Latest style
lingerie a specialty. Mrs. E. M.
Palntor, late of New York City.
Hours S to D p. in. 618 King street.
Rev. W. F. Shields and W. P.
Wood tarrlod a short tlmo at Cen
tral Point Tuesday mornlug.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Alford of Talent
uro In Medford visiting relatives.
C. K. Hart of Corvallls and P. E.
(luthrlo of Grants Puss are among
thoso who cumo to Medford this week.
Dr. S. A. Lockwood and Dr. Myr
tlo S. Lockwood (regular physicians,
not chiropractors) have removed
their offices from the Hasklns' build
ing to 232 B. Main stroet. 271
U,.f'i"lllllJ?llg!"!qg"-'lJ, I -- I'JUE1 U.
II. A. Thterorr went to Until Mill
Tuesday tnnrntng on business for the
Big Pines Lumber company.
Miss M. B. Tuwno of Phoenix was
lit Medford Tuesday, en routo to
Jacksonville ou a visit with Mrs. M
E. D. Weston, commercial photos.
raphern, negatives made any time or
placo by appointment. Phone M.
Benjamin J. Trofcbrldgo went
north Tuesday returning tho snmo
George W. Dewey of Evans creek
wns among tho many from outside
who transacted business In Medford
Collect tnose scattered sheets ot
music you value and have them
bound In book form at the Mall
John W. Arllng of Trail Is In
Medford on a short business trip.
3ohn W. Parker of Boseburg la In
Medford on n short business trip.
Louis A. Satterly of Williams creek
Is vlsltlug Medford friends.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wilson ot
Gold Hill were recent visitors lu
Tako free guess on school pictures
MEDFORD MATTi TKTBUNR OTiDFOUD. OREGON". WKDNRSDA V. FKH!MTAHY fi, W.
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CITY AND COUNTY
Mnjur Lifet I, evCity Atlnrtiov
Xeff, nml members of Mm city council
tippcnrol bel'oro the enmity court
which com cited in regular cession to
day nt JneKonIU, nml went orr
the Medford briduu mutter with the
court. The cost of llto Hear creek
bridge slightly exceeded the nuiminl
nppruprinti'd nml this noce-aitutcd n
settlement. Tho city nnd euitnly
enme to nn uiiderstniidiin.
The county court N today titriihij
its attention for the most part to
routine mutters such na the mment
of hills and the honriui of reporti.
NEW YOHK, Feb 6 Itopudln
tlou of tho confession ho Is alleged
to have signed yesterday In which he
admitted sending bombs ' which
killed two Now York women nnd
nearly killed Judge Homilsky was
voiced this afternoon by John Far
roll prior to his arraignment before
tho coroners' Jury. The prisoner de
clared that everything ho said yea
terday was exortcd from hlul by the
"I never saw Judge Kosalsky lu
my life," Farrell declared. "I nev
er innilo n bomb nnd certainly never
sent ono to any one. I never heard
of Mrs. draco Taylor Walker until
jesterday and I never sent the bomb
which killed Mrs. Bernard llerrern
hero Saturday night."
SALEM. Ore.. Feb. B. Charging
I hit I I hmtit)i llm mttimnf-,nitmnt tt
nth In the ponds
, , . , , .... Master Fish Warden
f , r,o . t, . "arn"n9 proximately 2.000.000
studio. 128 E. Main street. nr . we Bmo,hcrcU to deat!
Weeks & McGowan Co.
ay raoae M71
aright nesHi . 527i
First National Bank. Phono 21&4.
Harvey D. Thompson ot Andrews
creek In Josephlno county, Is visiting
friends In this city.
T. W. Osgood left for Portland
Tuesday evening, to bo gone a fow
Prof. P. J. O'Gara. It. C. Parxons
ahd A. C Allen left for Silent Tues
day evening to consult members of
tho legislature regarding horticul
tural legislation. '
Crater Lake photographs pro
nounced by experts to be tho best
over made of tho lake at Gerklng &
Harmon's studio, 12S E. Main street,
near First National Ban. Phone
2174. Kodak finishing and enlarg
ing, negatives mado any place.
M. J. Ericsson, forest supervisor,
has gono to upper Roguo river ou
business connected with the service.
F. W. Streets, who went south
lately, returned Tuesday evening.
V. T, McCray, a former resident of
Medford, arrived from San Francis
co Tuesday for a short business visit.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lawton. who
havo been visiting at Portland, re
turned ono day this week.
M. W. Hale and Ike Wright or
Rogue River, pioneers ot Southern
Oregon, tarried a while in Medford
B. F. Mulkey who was In Portland
and Salem last week. Is at homo
M. L. Alford. cashier of tbo First
National Bank, left for. Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Davis, who
havo been stopping at San Francisco
for somo tlmo, returned to Mc&ord
during tho week.
A. A. Boyco and M. P. Jacoby were
down from Tolo a few days since.
Mr. and Mrs. Btalno Ktum spent
Tuesday evening with friends at
A fine, largo bell has been placed
In the belfry of the Catholic church.
It fas donated by tho Kulghta of
W. P. Bakcwell of Portland Is at
Medford and Ashland this week on
business connected with tho Provi
dent Trust company.
Mrs. Horton and her daughter aro
making Medford a visit.
C. W. DcCarlow of Shako Is trans
acting business In Medford and Ash-
E. J. Kaiser of Ashland apent
Tuesday In Medford.
Miss Nellie O'Leary, who has
been visiting Mrs. G. II. Corum for
somo tlmo past, left for her homo at
Stevens Point, Wis., the forepart of
G. If, Sampson of Grants Pass, the
vctcrau S. P. locomotlvo engineer,
was In Medford a few "hours Tucsduy
Lloyd Houston of Talent, the hor
ticulturist, was a recent visitor lu
H. Chandler Egau Is In from his
orchard, but will not remain long.
Porter J. Neff mado a professional
trip to Ashland Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Samuels of the
Modoc orchards, were among their
Medford friends Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lawronco,
who reside at Portland, aro visiting
In Medford, of which they aro for
Robert B. Ilea mo and F. X. Musty
ot Central Point were Medford vis
itors Tuesday afternoon.
H. Hicks and John Bandortf or Ash
land spent Tuesday night In Medford.
of tho Honnevillc fish hatchery, that
about $12,000 of the state's money
was wasted In tho building ot ponds
so defective In construction that
they aro utcless, nnd that there Is
reason to believe that his mismanage
ment has extended to other hatcher
ies. Representatives Gill and Schue
bcl today Introduced a resolution lu
tho Houso asking tor tho appoint
ment of a committee to make a
searching Investigation of them all.
GERMAN RED CROSS
REQUEST TURNED DOWN
1IKIM.1N. Feb. .-.. Kefu-.ni lo
grant an appeal made bv the (lermim
ciiipreit to the queen of Hulgnria for
piimilon fur a (Ionium Med (Vhnh
i'M'tllll(ni to enter Adllniiupln ns
imiile today liv ihe Hiilgailmi n mi
nimi. Tim expedition mm to tin o
attended Turkish hiuMIch.
TO BEPAID BI-WEEKLY
SAl.KM. Ore., Kelt. .V fmler the
prmihlotw of a hill which Iimm today
been iimmcil by the hone, employe
of ctirporatlniitt in Oregon uiv to he
paid bi-weekly. Kailmud ioiHin
tioiw are excepted tu llinxe lxntloiiH
of their pa rolls l.xluir liejond their
divisional lioadiiuarlem, whore they
may pay eierv llilrlv davn.
(Continued ou Page (I)
rind that thero are tin repot (m of
any character by the superintendent
of said market on file either with
thu city recorder or the city trens
uror or nuy committee of tho coun
cil, with reference to said market.
ud t bellevo that such n report
should bo had before tho appoint
ment ot n market superintendent. I
am thereforo nt this tlmo appoint
ing ii commit too of this council to
luvcstlgntu tho conduct ot this mar
ket mid tho doings of tho superin
tendent thereof white ho him been
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such officer, and iriiiest this loin
lulttue to miiko a written report
thereon nt the nt meeting of this
council with tofercucn to thu follow
lug iiuestltiiis, muni'ly;
I, Has E. J. Itunynrd, the super
liitetideiit of tho market, compiled
with the law and ordinance defining
mid providing tho days of tho week
ami tho hours of the day during
which satd market "hull bo kept
'J, Has ho compiled w It t snld or
dlmiiicu with reference to f iirnlnh
tug 'space rrcu to vegetable and prod
uce growers, or has ho mndo charges
therefor, contrary to thu provisions
of said ordluanroT
:i. Has ho permitted thu market
to ho used by speculator, that Is, by
people other than growers of the
produco offered for sale theru?
4, What salary has been paid the
superintendent during tho term of
his office, and was this salary fixed
at u tlmo when It was ctpcrtcd tin
would keep tho market open as pro
vided by tno law?
5. Has tho superintendent mndo
any official or other reports to tho
council of tho cost of conducting
snld market, or of the receipts, If
nuy, to tho city rrom tho market, or
of the amount of biislueHS donoT
Ah mayor ot Medford 1 desire ac-
I una iiii.i ii ii i ii -in i.i I
curate written Information with inf
orcitru lo these itiestlons, and I
hereby appoint n speclul coiiimlttim
of thu council to Investigate mid
make such report, mid on that com
mittee I appoint tho following
mouthers or tho council!
J, T, Huiiimorvltto, V, N. Camp-
hell and (leorgo Millar, nlth J. 1'.
tlummervlllo nn chairman tlinrcof,
and I herewith hand you certified
copy of ordlmincu No. Uf-7, certified
lo by IC. T, Fors, city recorder, to bo
u full, true mid correct copy of said
ordinance mid tho whole thereof, mid
further certified to bu tho only or
dinance governing tho puhllo mar
ket, mid defining the dutlea of tho
W. W. IJIFKIIT, Mu) or.
William lllrlch, trustee lu bank
ruptcy, will offer for sale at puhllo
acutlou tor cimli ut tho West tlldu
Stubles, nil of tho horses, IiukmIoh,
harks, mid harness, on Haturday, thu
Sth day ot Feh-uary nt 1 p. m.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOIl UI.NT Furnished apartment
new, prlvnto bath, hot water heat.
Tho llerheii Apartment. 10 Quluco
St., comer West Main.
CITIES GIVEN POWER TO
TAX WATER POWER PLANTS
SALEM, Feb. f. The senate to
day passed the bill introduced by
Senator Dimiek subjecting the water
power plant nnd the largo paper nulls
nml other manufacturing institutions
nt Oregon City to taxation by the
city. Heretofore they have been
tnxed by Ihe county.
Rooms without bath OOc per day
Rooms with bath $1.00 per day
Special rates by week or month.
Combination breakfast every
morning S3, 33 and 43 cents.
MANY WITNESSES IN
WHITE SLAVE TRIAL
SHATTLK, Feb. 5. Seventy-fhc
witncbscs havo been culled today in
tho caHo of Lena Kiuusbcar, tho 17
year old girl who it in alleged wus
taken from ft sweutbhop in New York
by Ilijid Kud'tr, uliuts Obe Hunan, to
become a white Mave. She nuyn they
met in n moving picture bhow und
that lie brought her went. Kudir,
who is u Turk, disclaims any inten
tion of muking her u "white slave"
and alleges that hlie Is his common
law wife, . .. , ,
11:30 to 2 p. m.
Fried Columbia Illver Smelts Sauce
Boiled Fresh Pork Sparc Itlbs with
Itagout of Tenderloin aux Champig
Imported Spaghetti a'la Itallenno
Mashed Potatoes Lima Deans
Cocoa nut Cream I'lo Orange Sherbet
Tea Coffco Milk
During meal hours brnutiful music
and singing will be rendered by 1 1 err
Carl Grlsscn and Mmc. Kvelyne.
Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Phthisis,
Asthma and Anemia Often Direct
ly the Result of Rheumatic
If you have a perslitent, natclng bron
chial cough beware of coush remedies.
They are merely local In juillon, nl If
they do relieve It Is tho narcotics that
do It. What you rtxiulro Is a blool puri
fier, a searching antidote that removes
from tho circulation the ucl'l poison that
by their reflexes attack all weakened,
-.usceptlble spots and thus create local
symptoms. The very best remedy known
Is Swift's Euro Hpttlllc. You will find
tt on sale In any drug store ut 11.00 per
bottle. It soes straight Into the blood,
becomes an Internal blood bath, wonder
fully Increases the red corpuscles, cures
aJI the local fever spots and Irritations.
Increases appetite, you take on flenh and
feel a wonderful senso of renewed
strength. Hundreds of pcoplo worried
beyond control at cough, pains In tho
chest, sore throat and constant expectora
tion of thick mucous have experienced
the most wonderful change after using
8. 8. 6. All doubt and apprehenrion Li
gone, those peculiar pains and achat van
ish, there follows a period of mont In
tense rejoicing to find that worst fears
were based entirely upon a mistaken no
tlon that cough and chest pulna oomt
from the lungs. These are rheumatic
conditions, and you will quickly reallu
It after using 8. H. B. for a few days
act a bottle of 8. 8. 8. to day at the dru)
store Mid then say good-by to all thoe
pains that have worried you.
Write to The Hwlft Spec-Mo Co., IS
Bwlft Bldg,, Atlanta, On., for medical
advice and wonderful facts concerning
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