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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE. BEDFORD. OREGON. SATURDAY, MAKOir in, WW.
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WITH BROKEN LEG
MAN CRAWLS MILE
' TO REACH
Forced to crnvrl ruorc than n mile
with both bones of his left leg shat
tcrcd ami then shout for two hours
before aid reached him, was tho hnr
rowing experience of Charles Grey, n
homesteader on Little Apple-gate, who
is at tho Sacred Heart hospital for
Grey, who lives alone, was cutting
trees about a mile from his cabin
when one fell on him, crushing hU left
leg. He thcu started to crawl to his
cabin which he reached nftcr three
bourn of tcrriblo PuffcriiiR.
When his cabin was reached he
bojfan shouting for help. It was an
other two hours before his cries wcro
heard. Dr. Coaroy of this city was
summoned by telcphono and he
brought Grey in to tho hospital. They
were forced to carry him on n letter
two miles to reach tho automobile.
GAME TO ASHLAND
(Ily Edison T. Marshall.)
Friday night tho boys' and girls'
banket ball teams of the Ashlnud
teams defeated tho boys' and girls'
teams of iledford, in tbo hardest
fought games ever played on the Nat
ntorium floor. Tho games were every
tldng just officiate and an old rivalry
could make them, and so perfectly
w ere the teams matched that the only
placo Mcdford can lay tho blame of
her defeat is at tho door of chance.
The Mcdford girls played in better
form than ever before, and the boys
were a veritable fighting machine.
In tho girls' game, Mcdford showed
her Mipcriority in accuracy of field
baskets, and Ashland in more pro
nouueed team work. Field Captain
Hannah Abbott was easily Ashland's
star and made most of the points her
team obtained, by her accuracy in
throwing on fouls. Although usually
girls' games lack excitement, on ac
count of this year's rules of basket
ball, Friday night the opposing team
played so fiercely that all precedent
In the boys' game not a member of
the Mcdford team but had an oppo
nent physicnlly larger then be. Even
Kadeliff, who is six feci in his socks,
played Against a man that towered
abovo him several inches.
The game started with a beautiful
basket by Should, called affection
ately, "Tho Cardmnl." Tho rapid
work was plainly contrary to Ash-
laud's ideas on the matter, and she
jumped in to break it up. Then fol
lowed the fastest half Mcdford had
ever seen, for every man was play
in his bc9t All Medford's men were
f.o decidedly "there with bells" that
it is hard to name stars. Tho guards
would blip down upon both teams and
throw backets, and Sboalts took de
light in throwing them from the mid
din of tho floor. The wcorc roso and
fell like a pendulum, aud when the
whistle blew at the end of the first
half the score wen 13 to 13.
Tbo second half btnrted rather
slowly on Medford't part, and in the
few minutes that followed, Ashland
inn do cuough baskets that they were
eight poiuts ahead. Then came
tho incvitablo reaction. In tbo last
fivo minutes, Mcdford "woko up" as
feh'o had never dono before and the
team began to play liko so many de
mons. IJefore tho whistle sounded
Medford had pushed'upward to with
in three x)ints of Ashland and the
game ended 125 to 22 in Abhland's
TO MM PARTNERS
BAD CHECK ARTIST
MAKES GET AWAY
WITHOUT 3 MILL
LEVY FOR ROAOS
A bogus check nrtist, who gnvc his
nnmo n Arthur Tnylor, is wanted to
day, not only at Eugene, lloocburg
and Athhind but in this city n well,
lie was nrrcMcd Friday evening at
Dnnstnuir but succeeded in eluding
the officers there and eccnping.
Chief of Police llittson wns noti
fied Friday morning that the man
was wanted nt Eugene. Ho made an
attempt to got him here but found
that ho had left for Ashland. The
Ashland police attempted to get him
and found that he bad left for the
About this Chief llittson wns no
tified thut Taylor was wanted in
Mcdford as he had issued bogus
checks here, Uunsmuir was notified
and Taylor arrested but in some man
ner he got nwny from them.
In making a rcenntion out of
Ashland Taylor used Dr. F. S. Bar
ber's name of this city.
PEARY IS THROUGH
NEW YOHK, March 15. Robert E.
l'cary, discoverer of tho North Pole,
has seen his last great icefield, built
his last igloo aud eaten his last din
ner of blubber.
Announcement to this effect was
made by the great explorer just before
ho sailed for Naples today to nttcud
the Intcrnntioual Geographical con
gress. "I am through with Polar expedi
tions," said Peary. "I am too old to
stand the hardship and exposure. But
America should send an expedition to
the Antarctic region to explore the
land southeast of Capo Horn aud run
ning to the pole.
"If I could get plenty of sleep nnd
full rations on exploring expeditions
I could hold my own with the young
est of them. But one cannot count
on these things and so my exploration
days are over."
WOMEN OE ALASKA
GNEN RIGHT TO VOTE
Mayor Johnon of Ashland today
tcudcred his taxes to Sheriff Siugter
less tho three mill rond tax. The pay
ment was refused. This action was
taken in order to hno something to
base a friendly suit on mul determine
whether tho county court has jwwer
to levy a rond tax on Ashland proper
ty. Mayor Juhtwon held a eonferoneo
with County Judge Ton Velio shortly
nftcr noon today when tho matter
wns discussed. A suit in to bo begun
The Ashland city charter contains a
clnuoo exempting that city from pay
ing a road tax. It is believed the
clause is unconstitutional. The 3 mill
levy thin year iu Ashland amounts to
"Wo aro not Irving to dodgo the
payment of taxes," states Mayor
Johnson. "We only wish to settle
the question. Wo favor an amend
ment of the charter if necessary for
wo desire to do our share of rood
work iu the county."
DAUGHTERS OF REVOLUTION
PLAN WORK GIRLS HOTEL
CHICAGO, March 15. Details of u
million dollnr hotel for Chicago work-
ing girls ore made public today by the
Daughters of tho American Revolu
tion, who will erect the hostelry.
About 1500 women will be accommo
dated in the hotel.
t i '-
ESPEE GRANTED TIME
EOR NEW UNMERGER
ST. LOUIS, March 15. A oonttnu
mice of ten days today was grunted
by tho United Stales circuit court
hero for the completion of plans for
dissolution of tho Southern Pacific.
Union Pacific-merger. The rnllronti
attorneys wcro scheduled to present
tho railroads' dissolution plans today.
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HEAVY TRAVEL BREAKS
RECORD TO THE COAST
CHICAGO, March 15. - Despite tin
fnvoruhlu cltmntlo conditions, travel
from tho east to Cnllfuruin is break
ing all records according to a report
Tho wide publicity given thu Pana
ma Pacific cxH)tition is declared to
bo one reason for the heavy traffic.
If you drink because of a craving for stimulants if you'vw
readied the htagc where nothing will satisfy excepting rough,
high-proof, strong whiskey our story is not for you.
Hut if it's mellowness, age and llavor you're looking for
you'll like Cyrus Noble.
llecntue ll'a pure bccauc It' palatable
became joti don't lime to dilute It with
water to be able to swallow It,
It coil no more thnu any other good whltkcy,
W. J. Van Schuyvor & Oo., Qoncral AgonU, Portland.
Thm mmly Baking Powtlmr mmtfm
frmm Rmymi Qrmmm Crmmm mfTmrtmr
NO ALUM, NO UM PHOSPHATE
NEW YOHK, March 15. To make
i( possible for them to apply for fed
eral paiolo March 25, Judgo Mayer
hero today dated back the bqntences
of Julian Hawthorne, son of the fa
mous author and Dr. William J. Mor
ton of tliiB city who were convicted of
fraudulent use of the moils in pro
moting Canadian mining claims. Local
physicians are circulating a petition
to President Wilson to paidon Dr.
Morton who is a noted ncrvo special
ist. Judgo Mayer expressed great sym
pathy for both men.
'I would not have desired acquittal
unices all my associates were acquit
ted. I preferred to take my chances
and stand or fall with the others."
This was the statement in the
Tombs prison hero today of Julian
JUNEAU, Alaska, March 15. Suf
frage for women is given a big boost
hero today with the passing of the
Shoup bill by tho house of the 'terri
torial legislature, which grants the
elective franchiso to women. It wns
the first bill passed in tho territory
and there was not n dissenting vote.
The senate is expected to pass it
Love For Doll
MtUnul laatlnct Greatly De-retoped by
Tead-in Children to Lava their Doll..
The llltlf cblla'a doll U mother to tn
meat rocuBtlc fair. And In the yttn
Uat ptM. (be -Ml fW lotu lb pttala
ef a Junf roae. to rrolve the tooit won
drout of all traniforroatlona.
And now couin a more terlou prlot
wbea the Joy of ml uiottirbood ihould be
tranquil aa but effort can proYide.
Thin li accomplished with a wonderful
renird; known at Mother'a I'rlmd, an t
ttrnal application to penetrating In Ita
nature at to thoroughly lubricate erery
cord, nrrrr, mutcle and tendon lurolred.
There will be no pain, none of that
ntutea or moraine alcknrtt, no aentatlon
of dlttrcM or alraln of expanding mutclet.
The ncrrca, too, will lie calm, thut making
the period one of rntful daja. of peaceful
nlcbtt and a aourca of uapplett anticipation.
The young, expectant mother mutt be care
fully watchful leu the become abtorbed In
tbote mental dlttrrttea which Illy prepare
brr for ibe tooit Important event In bcr llf.
Mother'a friend enable her to aeold all
aentatlon of dread, worrr or pain, and thu
the la preferred In health and atreoctb to
tike up the jojful talk of motherhood.
You will fled Mother'a friend on aale at
all drug ttorea at 11.00 a bottle. Po not fail
t ne It regularlr t directed. Write to-day
to Ilradfleld IWgulitor Co., 133 I.amar Wdr,
Atlanta. Ha., for their oiott valuable little
culde book for expectant motbtra.
Don't Blame Your
When your stomach will not digest
food, the worst thing you can do l
to take a lot of dlgcatlvo medicines.
True, they give temporary relief, but
yyour stomach Is tuo sufferer. Loss
of appetite, Indication, dyspcpslr
and headaches can only bo perma
nently reuoved by removing tho
cause. In many cases, various rem
edies taken to relievo these condi
tions rcault In ruining the stomach
and preventing It from digesting
food In a natural way.
If you want J'ur stomach to do
Its own work properly, without re
sorting to artificial digestives or pro
digested foods, use Jayno'B Tonic
Vermifuge. Take small doses regu
larly, preferably before meals. In a
llttlo tlmo your ttotuach will agsln
do Its own work and you will eat
heartily, kwp well and enjoy living.
Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge Is not a di
gester la itself, but it tones up tho
stomach and Intestines, giving )ou
all tho nutriment and strength from
tho food you cat.
Many forms of supposed Indiges
tion are tho result of Intestinal par
asites, for which Jayne's Tonic Ver
mifuge Is unaurpaascd. Insist on
Jayne's; accept no other. Millions
have praised it for mora than eighty
years. Sold by druggists every
where. Dr. D. Jayne & Bon, Phila
oi'K.v Armt 1st
PAGE FENCE MAKES GOOD NEIGHBORS.
WHY LOSE YOUR TINE
And temper ehnsin your neighbors' hogs ami stock
lrom your grniniuMtis nuu oreimnis wiien vim can
keep them out by placing
PAGE WIRE FENCE
around your farm.
If, durlnn tho transition from
winter to spring, you expert
enco n lack of ener,,)'. seem
tired, despondent, hnvo back
actio or headache, with broken
unrcfreshiiiK. sleep, your b)h
tern needfl renovating. The In
activity of winter life nnd con
sequent closing of the pores
leaves an unwholesome accu
mulation of impurities In tho
system. Your blood needs pur
JfyliiR. Try Dr. Wm. Pfunucr'a
s tti I M lrt o.. ....
v vrvutin iiitNiti 1 unucr. vn at-
count of Its pecullaV resolvent and alterative properties It Is tho
safest nnd best spring medicine for old or young. A short treat
ment at homo corrects n long list of Ills that besot us In tho
spring, such as biliousness, sour stomach, constipation, sallow
ncss, and aggravating eruptions of tho skin. At your druggists',
PR. WM. I'rUTOKR CO., rertttaJ. Own
f t - 1 --' -T"t- t t
PAGE FENCE SAVES YOU DOLLARS.
PAGE FENCE will save you dollars and timo and
increase the value of your placo many times its cost
to you besides giving you lifelong service.
YOU NEED IT WE HAVE IT so let's get
together and it will mean dollars to you, and security
for your crops.
Gaddis (& Dixon
"THE PAGE FENCE MEN"
134 N. Riverside Ave. Mcdford, Orogon
PAGE FENCE PROTECTS YOUR CROPS
PLAN YOUR TRIP THROUGH
Till: KNI) OP
Sunshine and Flowers
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outdoor aporta. At raaadetia tho worl't famed oatrlrh farm
and mnsnlflecnt homed. At Kan Ilernnrdlna and Hlvemldn
the oranno groves. At Catallna, thn wonderful mitnnnrlne.
Kardena, and at variant other poluta attractions that dcllitht
tho eye and Inform thn mind.
Iaiw One Way or Hound Trip I'arri
Hound trip llckrta to I.oh Angeles nu ante dally nlth lone
return limit and slop-ovra ot will. It you wlah to ko nt 11 1
further aouth or ant. ticket via all rail, or rail nnd atenmur
through Now Orleana can bo aecurvd at reasonaulo ratea.
Kurther particular on npiillcallou to nny Agent. Ak for do
acrlptlve llleraturo on aCllfnrnla. or "Wayaldn Notca," dcacrlbliiR
trip Hun Francisco to New Orlcann.
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For rates apply
MEDFORD REALTY &
"Hy Her Feet Shall Sho Uo Known"
can bo bald of any, well dressed woman.
Our Women's Shoo Fashions aro fortunately not limited
to any ouo btyle for no one mode) will fit every foot per
fectly. Feet aro In types they vary In size, width, shape, thick
ness, thinness, length they vary iu ways tccbnlcul, but all
Tills Store ot Good Shoes fits each typo of foot perfectly,
Wo've variations to meet tho special requirements of dif
ferent styles of feet.
m?urr tktc Good Fit
is House Cleaning Time
WHY NOT SAVE TIME AND STRENGTH BY DOING
YOUR SPRING CLEANING WITH AN
ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER
ONE CLEANING WITH A VACUUM CLEANER
REMOVES THE DUST
INSTEAD OF LEAVING IT FLOATING IN THE AIR
TO GET IN CURTAINS AND FURNITURE TO BE
CLEANED AGAIN, AS WHEN A BROOM IS USED.
Guaranteed Vacuum Cleaners
$35.00 and Up
California-Oregon Power Co.
216 West Main Street
Main Office First Floor
Sales Room in Basement
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