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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1913)
MrramroTU) mattj Tummm Mrcmronn. om:ooN Friday, wauou m, mm.
"All liht we'll lum tlm mutiny,"
Thru llni loan! ftln il busy.
Check werfl wrllloa nnd Ml the Wrtllt
ful Anderson hacker given u tdmiifu.
They ninic In tlruVcx unit till of llinin
left Milne coin.
And while Mnm-ii mid his few
filuidtf III oil Ilia Juho.iir'liiuirilu1j$
(lils iiNMikUhi tho lnlllrli n lio (Jilt)
ilriiiHil wllli n Imlfiil nr olidnKVi lira
wnti'llfitg ntld wiillltiK for Hie fllfnii
Thev'll timlorerniht Id nbwiPe
when Kiev rend IliU
MAl.T I.AKN (MTV, Olu, fomli
1 1, t-lrtv tliiiwfiil ilnllRf Is (fiipm
prunlfil Imfn.v fur (lie i'lmuiHl I'neU
fit- jnilli.fi liv Hit Until IfcWsltiro
wlilch iiiltiMiMied till iiimiiiI i(j, Tlitt
niprtiiriuliu hill was nm of the lad
tnittiir n. ted itH'ti,
UP WOMAN AND
m TO OPEN .ipHANi
LARGE DISTRICT 10 SAN QUENTiN FOR
BE CONSTRUCTED DOUBLE MURDER
SNYDER LEASES ,
GORE RANCH AT
$10,000 A YEAR
) m SB
f - ri iiii n ii illi - i if - ' V t " "' w""3 a
Mrn, Julia Lovcnberry, proprietress
of (koltoynl rooming Iiouho on East
IMntti Btrect, wns severely bentcit ly
n btirpjnr clic caught in thu net of
robbiiifr.tiio rooms nt (bo Roynl Thurs
ilny nlghl. The man escaped carry.
lug with htm u Hack of srocn onions.
OnlyTn menger iliprriiitiou of the ranu
Jin. Lcvcnbcrry slates that tho
vna np town Thursday evening bliop
ping, purolmMng nmonj other tiling
n small saok of onions. She returned
to the Roynl nnd on entering sur
prised a man leaving one of the
rooms. In reply to n query ns to
his businrs there the man grabbed her
with tho demand:
"Give me your money."
Mrs. Lcvcnbcrry began to scream,
tbo man attacking her. She wns
beaten about the head nnd body. Sud
denly tho man gralel tho sack of
onions from the pocket of her cont
The polico were summoned nnd nro
now looking for u man with an union
SiVN FKAXCISCO. Jlnnrh U.
ltebolutions inviting inquiry into wo
men's wage conditions in California
nrc adopted here today by the Cali
fornia Retail Dry Goods-association,
which includes nil of the principal
dry goods merchants in central Cali
fornia, tho San Francisco Retail Dry
Goods association nnd many state
firms independent of these organiza
tions. The resolutions nsk for nn in
quiry along tho lines laid down by
Governor Johnson in his statement
in the Chicago Tribune March 12.
Tho resolutions declare tbo mer
chants will abide by any minimum
wngo law that a state investigating
committee bhnll frame, nnd tho mer
chants will do nil in their power to
pass such a law.
Tho proposed trail nnd finnl wagon
rond from Happy t'nmp down tlic
Klamath river to Somes Unr nnd
thence up tho Salmon river to Saw
yers Unr is assured says the Siski
you Xawo. The forest service
has offered $2,000 townrd build
ing the trail to bo expended before
July J, on condition that the county
will give nn equal sum,-the estimated
balnnee of $2,300 to be donated bv
interested citixcus. The trail will be
but tho beginning of n good wagon
road which wil be completed later.
The county supervisors have res
ponded to the forest sen-ice's offer
by agreeing to have tbo route lowed
by tho county surveyor nnd two
viewers nnd advertised ncordiug to
law aud declared n public highway,
after which the county's $2,000 will be
available. The additional $2,500,
which it is estimated will be ncces
wiry, .will be raised by subscription.
1C' there vhould ho any money left out
of the total fund of '$0,500 it will be
used to convert ns much of the new
trail into a wagon road ns ossihlc
from Hitppy Comp down tho river.
If tho trail can be converted into
a wagon rond by 1015 it will com
plete the circujtous route for tourists
nnd the investing public from San
Francisco along the const to Eureka,
through Ilumbolt county up tho Ida
math river to Vrekn nnd Horabrook
nnd nlso up the Scott river or Salmon
rher into Scott valley, aud thence in
to Shnstn valley aud back to San
Francisco. It will lend through some
of the most beautiful mountain nnd
vnlley country to bv found in Siski
you county or tho world. It will bhow
up tho county resources, including
furms, mines, power possibilities nnd
railroad projects, nnd do n vast
uraonnt of good from every stand
This rond will connect with the
new wagon rond to bo constructed by
the local forest scrvico through the
Cook nnd Green pass, near the Blue
ledgo mine. It will open a large district.
Born To the wlfo ol Dr. D. A.
Forbes, of Talent. March 12, a son.
SAX QUENT1X, Cat.. March H.
I'. l'mntikc. n Greek, wns hanged in
the prison here nt ten o'cloflk today
for the murder of Policemen Cnslor
nnd Fiunely. in front of the Ferry
building in Snu Francisco Xovembcr
20, 111 11.
Castor and Fiunely were'both killed
near the Fern building. Frnutikos
had been pointed out to Castor ns n
I murderer wanted in Greece for slay
ing nn uncle. Castor was nbout to
depart for Europe.
I'rnntikos went to bis death with
out n tremor. He walked firmly to
the scaffold without assistance. Tho
trap was sprung at exactly ten
o'clock nnd the body was cut down
fourteen minutes Inter. Prautikos
neck wns broken by tho fall, death
Prautikos slept soundly throughout
tho night nnd nte n hearty breakfast.
Ho was ntteuded from dawn by n
Greek priest nnd told the prison at
tendants ho wns prepared to die. The
condemned man refused to ninko tiny
CAN STILL HANG FOR
CRIME OF TREASON
J. V. Snyder, dnlryumu, bus loused
tho William If, Giinj niueh of 100
neres just west t the city nt nn
uiinunl rental of $10,000 n year. Mr.
Snyder will keep between 000 nnd S00
cows mi the place and upomto n
high class dairy.
Mr. Snyder has been mot success
ful with dairying in the valley. He
has oH'rutod on n larxe' .cnle mid
now plans tn operate on u far larger
one. The oiieration of such u dairv
in the valley will add considerably to
the movement on foot to turn the
blnpco of trade in the alley's favor.
OLYMPIA, Wash., March 14.
Capital punishment in the state of
.Washington has not been entirely
nbolishcd. While tho recent enact
ment by the legislature makes it man
datory for n trial judge to imprison n
connoted first degrco murderer to
life imprisonment no action wns taken
by the senate on the bill which would
hnvo abolished the death penalty for
tho crime of treason. This bill dies
in the senate rules the committee.
HADLEY OF YALE RESTS
IN CALIFORNIA RESORT
XORDOFF, Cnl., March VI. Dr.
Arthur T. Hndlcy, president of Yule
University is hero today in search of
health. Dr. Hndlcy recently suffered
a nervous breakdown, and his'physi
ciuns ordered a complete rest. Ho
expects to remain hero n month.
Ed Drown put one titer on the Med
fonl fight fans today when by a little
telephoning he pit them borrowing
each other pencils to wrilo out
checks to cover n mysterious $2000 of
Kayo Drown money. Even now the
bunch is wuiliug for the Xcw Yorker
with the bank roll to show ii'i nt the
Ouix, sorting headquarters, nnd
cover the coin. It happened thuslv:
Drown, who is nlwnys either pnt-i
ting n good one over, or falling for
one, hnd a friend, voico unknown,
call up the Quix shortly before noon
today. Art Hurgcss answered the
phono and the conversation ran some
thing like this:
"Hello. Is this the Quit!"
"Well, this is so-and-so of Xew
York nt the Medford hotel. 1 under
stand your placo Ti headquarters for
fight funs." ?
"Well, I nnd a friend of mine are
hero from New York nnd we know
Knyo Drown very well. We'd like to
get up about $2000 nt prevailing
Art warmed up and invited him
"Well, I will meet you nt 3 o'clock.
I have n little business to attend to."
Pots and pans collect more dirt and grease than any other
cooking utensil. The one best way of cleaning them is to use
Gold Dust. Gold Dust not only takes off the outer dirt coating,
but digs deep after germs and hidden particles, and makes them
as spotlessly clean and sanitary as when new.
If you wnnt your pols ond pans so brijllit you can ace your fnco in f ham
your pots and Jccttlcs spotless and gcrnvproof, uso Gold Dust in cleaning. It
will do the work, too, in half tho time ot
tho ordinary cleanser nnd save most of
your labor. Gold Dust docs tho hulk of tho
work clone you merely assist it.
You simply cannot keep house proper
ly without Gold Dust.
Mide by THU N. K. PAHMIANK COMPANY. CI.!mo
Uso Gold Dust for wushintf clothes
and dishes, scrubbinfl loom, clean.
init woodwork, oilcloth, silverware
and tinware, polinhinit brasnworlc,
cleaning bathroom pipes, rufriccr
atom, etc., softening" hard water
and tnakintf tho (incut noft no.ip.
" Let the GOLD DUST TWINS do your work I J
MANN'S CASH DISCOUNT
Central Ave. Near P. O.
20 Off on Everything! Nothing Reserved
Central Ave. Near P. O. X
The biggest event ever pulled off in Medford. Be sure you get in the game
IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY FOR THE FUTURE
tvt Cx -j. oa rcc
icw vjxuls at ca percent jix
Including a new shipment of La Vogue Sui
nil tn rfn nf "(i npr rpnf r4imftrr
New Waists at 20 per cent Off
2000 Tailored and Lingerie Waists at this
New Coats at 20 per cent Off
Just think! This great reduction on the low
prices we have marked all our new Coats.
New Gloves at 20 percent Off
Kaysers Fabric Gloves, all new stock, go in
this big Sale at 20 per cent off.
New Dresses at 20 per cent Off
250 brand new Dresses go in this Sale at a
Kid Gloves at 20 per cent Off
All of our Long and Short Gloves, guaran
teed, in this Sale at 20 per cent reduction.
Specials for Saturday Only
Best "Dress mid Shirting
Prints go in this sale at, Mp
per yard "t
.Ten yards limit.)
Clark's O. N. T. Spool Cot
toon, this salo at 7 Ar
spools for uaj
Seven to a customer)
Best Sowing Silk, this sale,
all colors, per Op
5000 yards best washing and
wearing Gingham made, Op
12fjc grade, a yard...., Oi
Colgate's Talcum Poyder,
25c can, ihis sale, per 1 (lf
can 1 vi
.One can to a customer.)
Best Milward's Needles, tall
sizes, this sale, per Mp
Specials for Saturday Only
7Gc Messalino Silk, all col
ors, this sale, a QQ
Women's and children1 Ttjst
black Hose, this sale, a Qp
Vul. Laces' and TnsertioM,
values up to uc, this Mp
sale, a yard "
$2.00 K. & G. Corsets,
this sale, the AO
Good' 'Press Shields, njs
sale, the i)n
pair ;.,... ...flt
i:i. .i.-u . , ; '
&i AVilists, values Jjijijfd
.f5, (his sale, Qf) QQ
each :: '. $&OU
Specials for Saturday Only
Lingerie Waists, values up
to $2, this sale,
!Hi inch Percale, good qual
ity, this sale, per Op
yard .'. Ov
Plilonl leather Hells
20c grade 2(ty
19c grade 15
10c grade 8
liesl Oil Cloth, this sale at
(he low price of, per ifZp
Good Saline Pollicoats, $t
grade on sale,
Silk Waists, till colors mid
sizes, values up to (9 ftQ
.$0.50, 'sale price d.JyO
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