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OTiDFOKD rarr, TRrnrrcn, MEDForcn, mnsnox. Thursday, vkiuutary 27. mm
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ON PROBATION BY
JODGE TOO VELLE
Joxoph Dyer, 1 7 yeara old, charged
with burglarising tlic Smokehouse
clftnr store, was aralRned before Ju
tenllo JuiIro Tou Velio yesterdayy af
ternoon and Rlren a TinarlnR. The
raso beliiK continued nud tho boy
nut on probation under tho district
Tho ternin of bin probation require
Dyer to report to the dlntrlct attor
ney onco a week and to itubtnlt a
written report of Ms Idle momenta
and tho names of bis associates.
Under tho Juvenile law tho Judge
may continue the matter Indefinitely
until It can bo determined whether
tho Juvenllo In an Incorrigible or
whether there Is probability of his
reformation, and tho court may It he
believes the accused to be an Incor
rigible turn hlra over to the circuit
court for prosecution and punish
ment the same aa an adult, or com
mit him to the state reformatory.
Young Dyer will be Riven a chance
and made to malco his own record
In writing of what ho U doing with
DUE IN APRIL
The date, of tho first excursion to
Medrord from tho north has been set
for April 9.
At a meeting of thoso interested in
a Seeing Medrord company at A. J.
Iup ton's office yesterday this data
was decided upon and It was an
nounced that the Southern Pacific
would allow a ono way faro tor the
John Arnell was appointed to be
special representative In Seattle, and
It. A. Rowley and D. Fehl will look
after Tacoraa. These men will lcavo
for tho north In a few weeks and
every effort will bo made to make the
first excursion a success.
Ford Hills and O. V. Meyers were
named a committee on side trips and
the following officers were elected:
President. Dr. W. H. Everbard, treas
urer, C. M. English; secretary, A. J.
Tbo excursion tickets will allow
for a ten day stop-over and It Is
planned to arrange a number of side
trips from tnls city to the Marble
Caves, Crater Lake, Roxy Anne and
Table Rock. Fishing parties will
also bo taken out and a tour of the
orchards will form a special feature
A aecond meeting will bo held Fri
day afternoon at 3 o'clock at Mr.
Lupton'a offlco opposlto the S. P. de
VETO FISH BILL
Cations of Medford, unanimous
In their condemnation of the Koguo
river fish gill as It passed the sen
ate last night, today placed In circu
lation petitions to Governor West
asking that he veto tho measure.
These petitions are rapidly being
The Rogue River Fish Protective
association wilt hold a meeting at
Ike Carnegie library this evening to
consider the matter. All members
of the association are urged to be
present. The matter will be consid
ered at length.
SA1.KM, Ore.. Fro. 'J7. Tu-r.mh si
wn declared bv llnjjood thai m ) hi.
election would cot the slate, llno.iuli
the Hum that would hnvo to be ap
propriated liv tho different countic.",
between .flflO.OOO and ftttO.Oi'O, Heme
lor Day'" bill prHiitiiii( fur it M'cciitl ill") would plum nil nmi'lll iH.ntuI
leferetiilum election next Dill In pim iiiiiiciiilmeiiU piiihimimI liv Mil Ii'hU
on nil incntiri's puM'iUiv IIij) pivvi't Inline on the ballot nl llnC time
legislature thnt ninv be referred to Huttlico polnteil out u poibl" Ulmn
Hie HMplc, uih uilontrd by the Imiw
Init tiicht. Tho vo'e wn :i'J Id i.
Hay's origiiuil bill mI the lulc of
IIV ill IllU piOCCtllllV ill II I'tM'l HkiI
in nil die eoiiHllliiiioiMii iiiii'iuiuriit
iv.ioliilioiiH ndoptcil, il hud hen Mii
the election in Siteutlier, hut niijuhileil thai they hIiiuiUI he otod on li.
amendment offered t I.uwivikh" n'lil , llio uenenil elect in in III! I. The
adopted, chance it to the fn'l 'rue- ( hill ciiriicx nn uppioiiintioii ofj
day nftcr the first Mondny in NVetn-j."?l'-MI0O. Ilngood tuiil the eot in j
her. Multnomah county alone would he
The hill ni ntuctmSl in the house 'thnt much.
,g. . i qi !SBC3MBBg
VOTE AGAIN ON
SAI.F.M. Ore., Feb. 27. Deelannj;
thnt tho present session of the legis
lature has increased sentiment anions
the people in favor of abolishing the
senate, W. S. U'ren of Oreja City,
who is watching the closing hours
of the session, stated thnt there would
not only be initiated n bill to thnt ef
fect at the next election, but nlfo a
hill providing for n cabinet form of
government, and providing for tho re
organization of tho county govern
"I am satisfied." said FRcn, "that
tliis session has increased "cnliment
mnong the people in favor of abolih-
ing the senate and maintaining only
the house, and there will be initiated
at tire next election the Bara bi'l
which was defeated at the la-l elee
tion. In addition the rest of the
plan will be presented to the voters
n. cabinet form of governmen with
the governor at the head, and r re
organization of the eoui.ty govern
ments. I do not mean to say any
thing to reflect on legislator.-). On
tho contrary, I believe thnt both
houses nro composed of as good men
this session as any legislature wc
ever had. It is not their fault, hut
the fault of tho sy.-tcm."
AV7E recommend the Royal
Baking Powder as superior
to all others. It is indispensable
for finest food."
United Cooks and Pastry Cooks
Association of the United States.
Ik is going to he n difficult matter
for the Medford fight fans to get a
bet down on Hud Anderson, iu the
coming Anderson-Kayo Jlrown mill
(it Los Angeles on March 15, unless
tho fun leaves for the south, as sev
eral plan to do, in order to see tho go.
Tho Medford fans are solidly lined
tip for Dud.
That Bud will win over Brown i.
conceded bv nearly every Medford
fan but tho argument nrises over the
number of rounds. A majority of the
fnns believe he can tum the trick in
faster timo than Rivers did but others
believe that Brown's generalship will
snvo him, leaving him on his feet at
the end of the 20 rounds.
FALLS A F
John F. Smiley of tipper Trail
Creek is in the city for treatment
following n fall Wednesday in which
ho sustained a fractured leg. Smiley
drove u distance of nearly forty
miles to obtniti treatment.
Tho accident was n peculiar ono as
the fall which resulted in a broken
leg was less than a foot. IIo was
on Iho rear poroh of liis residence
when ho ncoidently stepped off. Los
ing Ills bnlnnco ho toppled over, his
leg crumpling under him. Ho is
about 00 years of ago.
TO CURB A COLD JN ONE DAY.
Take LAXATIVE DROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggists refund money It
It falls to cure. E. W. DROVE'S slg
feature U ob ao1i box, 26 cents.
A THING OF PAST
SA,V FRANCISCO, Cal.. Feb. 2C
That San Francisco's famous Barbary
Coast will be a.thlng of the past, af
ter March 1, was the accepted view
here today by' tho proprietors of var
ious resorts along Pacific street. They
declaro there Is nothing left for them
to do but close down following the
polleo commission's regulation re
stricting femalo patronago of the
places, which becomes cffectlvo next
Merilo! Pile Remc!y.
A new ecleutlc preparation for
both Internal and external uso and
absolutely without an eQuat for the
treatment of piles In any form. Ask
us to show you this remedy and ex
plain its many advantages. Leon n
Children Who Are Sickly
Mothers who value their own com
fort and tbo welfare of their children
should never bo without a box of
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
children, for uso throughout tho sea
son. They break up colds, relieve
feverlahneHS, constipation, teething
disorders, headache and stomach
troubles. Uned by mothers for 22
years. These powders never fall.
Sold by all drug stores, 25 cents.
Don't acept any substitute. Sample
mailed free. Address, Allen S. Olm
sted, LoRoy, N. Y.
I CARRY A GENERAL LINE OF THE BEST
NURSERY STOCK TO BE FOUND
PEARS, APPLES, PEACHES, CHERRIES
Phone in your order oiv write. Prices
H. B. PATTERSON
THE QUAKER NURSERYMAN
Salcsyard, Corner Main and Newtown
Office Hotel Xash Lobby.
Inside cut ranee, next to
are my specialty.
A fine lot t'
When You Buy a Watch
Walllinm Is tlic watch for tlmc
nccurncy. Men who do things
oh schedule nrrangc their duties
hy Wnltliam time. Tlic
U tlic watch of life-long service
and right now
"It't Timt You OiithJ a ll'thhw.'
We have a complete Walilunt
stock Incltiillng all modrli and
Kr.i'lct at a convenient price
rant;e. Come in and talk
watch with in,
or standard iniilie oii buy
DiiiiielbliiK that lll hint oii
n life time ullh pMiper rare,
No piece of miu'lilncry will
run as long an a wntrh, niid
nlvo tho Horlru n watch
ii.t.t.soiH south iii:ni
mid lloikfiinl Miieuii'ii(N,
All of these inoveinenlH
Iiiimi an absolute Kiinrnuleo
from i nud from the fac
tories that make them.
Martin J. Reddy
Near I'ont Offlco
GREAT RED PLAGUE
tltltens of tho state are urged to Inform themselves regarding
this plague which Is causing Krent suffrrliiK ntuoiig boys and young
men, and especially among li liinnrent girls and women of the state.
Farenta are urced to protect their children, and provide clean, whole
itnmo Information In place of the unclean misinformation they cnniuit
now help getting.
Send for any of the follewing:
Fur Young .Men
Circular No. 2 Tho Four Set Lies.
Circular No. 0 Sex Truths for Men.
For Older lto) (13 to 18 yrt. of nee)
Circular No. 8 Virility and Physical Development.
For Voting Itors (10 to 13 yrs. of ae)
Circular No. 7 Tho Secret of Hlrencth.
Circular No. A Plain Talk with dirts about their Health.
For Voting Women
Circular No. 10 Physical Development, Marriage and Motherhood.
Circular Nn, t Tho Need for education In Sexual Hygiene.
Circular No. 3 When and How to Tell the Children.
Circular No. G A I.liU of Hooks for Uso In tho Family on Sot,
Send 3cent stamp with your address to
thi: omcno.v mtati: hoard of hi: vi.tii
7o:i Helling Itiilldlug, Portland, Oregon
' Department U
---5i-5-j-5-j-jjj ---- ---j- - -J$' 5 J "' ' J4
Rooms without Oath COc per day
Itooms wlUi bath $1.60 per day
SlKscIal rates by week or mouth.
Combination breakfasts every
morning SS, 35 and 45 cents.
Doston Clam Chowder
Fried Silver Smelts, Tomato Sauco
Flaked Codfish In Cream
German Pot Roast with Needles
llolled Pickled Ox Tongue with Ger
Mashed Potatoes Creamed Rice
Green Apple PIo Fruit Sherbet
Coffee Tea Milk
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SURPRISE SALE
February 28 and March 1st
Attend Our Friday and Saturday Surprise Sale
It Means Dollars to You
$1.25 full sized lied
Spreads; Suprisc sale
Regular 15c grade Ladies'
and Misses Hose, black
and tan, all sizes, a pair
20 pieces regular 10c
grade flingliani. .Surprise
sale, 12 yards for
Regular fie. Hair Nets with
clastic, while they last
8 for 25c
25 doz. 12'-e extra heavy
I luck Towels, 18 x :w.
Surprise sain price each
Solo Agent for Hamilton Brown "American Gentleman Shoes," Special, a pair, Jjvi.00
A BIG SURPRISE
5G-inch fancy serge Suitings, fully sponged and shrunk, regular
$2.00 grade, comes in greys, tans and diagonal blue stripes. The
best bargain ever offered, and just when you need that new spring
suit or dress at, a yard
See tho windows
50 DOZEN LADIES' SAMPLE HOSE
Thcso eomo in all colors, ono pair of a kind. Some silk, silk em
broidered, lace boots, and fino imported 1 isles. Wo nro going to
offer you your choice of this great assortment at the very low
price ol, a pair
Remember the values arc as high as $1.00 per pair.
See tho windows
Sole Agent for Hamilton Brown "Security School Shoos," tho Best Wearing Shoos for Boys and Girls.
He-inch Silk Novelty Suit
ing in big assortment of
different colored stripes,
15 pieces Wear-Well Silk,
all colors, regular 59c ft
yard grade. Surprise sale
Ladies' 21 button long kid
Gloves, black and white,
all sizes, $J.50 value, pair
500 yards of colored Out
ing Manuel, 10c, grade, at
Clonuino Rkinnor's nO-intih
Klllin fill mlni'u urtl1 nlun.
where at $1.50 a yard, our :
price a yard
Hutchison , Lumsden