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yfEDTOUD MTlTi TRTBUNTC, MTOFOTip.
OREGON, KW1 DAY, MAllfir 28, 1013.
Attorney CIiim Nimlittiy, roiitiNrl I'm
tllll (ll'lVllllllIll in lllll III'III-'I'mIIIOIIN
trlul iir (lnni) II. Millar licforn
Mayor IlilVrt for IiiiiihiiiiI coniliicl
won a nliir ul (tin IVIiliiv iiioiiiinitV
Ni'hNltili nf llii) innvor'n court I'ritlny
iiiiiiiiIiik. I In tlMti'i Kct tlm ilnlliir
lull ho (mmiIiI Imvo if (In money liml
Tin' hiiuit wiih offiTi'il liv Nttwliury
lifter luaclli'iilly orry oti Jrctlou lie
liml ofJVti'il to tcHtiiiiony liml Imm'H
ocrrulrl liy Iho iiiiiyor. On i-iohh.
I'Mimliinlluii he linked n ntu-itHon put
terni'il t'Xticlly iiIiiii Iho Iiim'h mill In
llii' Hume efl'eet IIiomi iinkeil hy
II' KIT' which Mnjnr Ulfwrt liml nl
loWt'll 1(1 llii IIIIMW'lt'tli IIokkh III)'
"I'll lifl n .lulliir." htiile.l NVnlitiry
Io (he nuiliriive," (he olijei'timi Is mil
tallied." Out non,
Friilny inoniiiiK'H mhIoii of I he
wnyor'n court, lliniili hhorl, wiih any
thing lull hwcoI. Now limy linn el
ilently ilri'lilril Unit lie wilt liutii to
flulil for u Minnie, ileal mid lie iih
on liU feet oliJectliiK half of the time.
He wan nwrruleil in eery iiihdiuce
inniilteally hy the. mayor while, Hokk'"
iiliJi'utiuiiH wero MiHlaiiieil. Mayor
Kifert finally onlercil Nuwhurj to
So often wax Newbury' nbjeeliiiiit
oerrulei lodiiy Hint finally ho iiiit
eniNs eiamlniiif; wltueies
"Hmi'l jimi wih Io iihk any iiien.
thorn f" mieried Hogi:.
".Sure mil," retorted New bur) "I
eniildii't u.'t them in if 1 did."
"Well now," clime back Hoggs,
"don't get funny, this isn't n auilo-
"Ohl it N," was (ho icply, "ami
il's a ilnmly, loo.
The witnesses cnllod by Hogg to.
day were hiiiiply charaeJer witncHv.
Their teMiinony wn of llltlo alue
The case whn cotiliuiied until 10
o'clock Monday morning.
STOLE COP'S SIGHT
THEN SNEAKS IT BACK
To Meal a cop'a eye high!, mil
knowing it waH a coji'k, and then
suenk (he ryeniglit back Io the police
Million afler lenrning it wan n cop'n,
ami niyMcritnisly lintig the eye night
on a door knob, is (he latest Munt
of Mime polly larcvuist in tho city.
All of which Ih iuxohed but true.
Officer Mego wan Iho xiulim.
Paddy wiih reading a night or
two ago and thuughtlesbly laid his
NKc(nclrH down. A few hiouiciiIn
litter (hey had inyhleriously disap
Marcd. Ho took up the trait of the
thief with bluod in his c.xo but was
Last niuht the uiulit men on re
turuiiig to lieadiptarlcrH found Iho
spectnclcH hanging on tho door knob.
K ideally the thief had learned tho
identity of the owner and so hurricdl
le turned lliein.
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AL G. DARNS' CIRCUS WILL
EXH1PIT HERE APRIL 14
Advanro AKcat Win K. l'euk was
In town jcNturday (o iniiko arrmiRO
moots for thn only real wild nnlinal
allow In tho world to kIo two porfor
maiicoa hero on Monday, April Ulti,
of tho Al. 0. HuriicH animal ahow.
In a fow iln)H tho pulillelty car will
arrlvo anil fuithcr uihortlao HiIh at
traction. It Ih not tho old tlmo clrcim
with 1U many tlrcHoino Hcrlal actn,
hut tho hlKROHt and hoHt wild animal
bliow which lias over vInHciI thU
vicinity, Uvcry nnlmal known to the
hliiRdoin of wild hoants porformliiK
(ontH which fall llttlo uhnrt of tho lm
To Knlu Home liloa of tho onormity
It t'nkcH twcnty-flvo oxtra lotiKtli car
to convoy thorn around tho country;
and acrcH of caiivati to houuo thorn.
Tliroo hundred and fifty wild and do.
moHtlo anlmala, throo hundrod om
ployooa, thrco nronns In tho big top,
tho conto'r of which contains u mam.
moth alool arena, where, all tho wild
animal acta tako plnco, kcoroa of bril
liantly d6roratod wimona for tho
Htroot parado and tho groatoat bIiow,
both as an educational and iimiiB0
intuit vnluo, known to tho anuuomonl
lovora of tho country.
Through tho poraonal nuporvlalon
of Mr. Uarnoa Iho ahow Ib conducted
upon tho iuot roflnott ami courtooua
prlnclploH with tho ono thought for
tho aafoty of tho ladlca and children.
Mr. Took atatoH that thoao who nro
fond of tho host nnumomon ahould
not iuIbb tlila opportunity. Thoro will
ho two porformnncoiii iiftoruoou and
ovouliiB, with a mouBtor parado at 10
HAN rilANCIKlU 1'nl., Maich 'JH.
-- I'uelfio I'oiinI cities am iCMHimlliig
gciieriius.lv In Iho call lur aid for (ho
Ohio mid Indiana flood sufferer
and olficinU of I lie lied Ciom Ko
clely hi'iii loday picdict thai the sub
scrlptloiiN t'liim Ciilifniiiiu, Oicgoti
mid Washington will tench f l.OtMt.000.
With u Mail or about flOO.IHHI
ycsteribiy, It was cstiitiatid that
twice thai miiouut would be sub.
snilliod today ami that the fund will
Ihep grow by leaps and IhiiuiiIh until
Iho 155,00(1 iveu hy the Kail 1'i.nu.
cIscmiH for (lie icllcf of till Illlliall
earlhipiako ictiitiH of lllllll will seem
paltry in comparison, It wiih pre
dicted loday thai Han Francisco
alone would bend close to $11111,(100
to the llond sufferciN.
The grand' lodge of .Miisouh has
wired Ki,0l)0 dhect for the flood
ilctium, liml loila v Allen ICiiiuhl,
IrciiHiucr of Kan Fianciseo chapter
or (he Auieiicaii lied CrosH, wired
$10,(1110 ro Io (he snelcl)- head-
ipiarlerM in Wiitliliiiclnii. Thousands
of dollars were prninised Knight !
day by Han Francisco meichnnlH and
When Kan Francisco wan in nslies-,
the stale of Ohio sent nearly JIIOO.OOO
ami Indiana ueaily ..'i(l,(MI0, and
Han Francisco alone, its merchaulH
sii), will return dollar for dollar now
that these two stale nre in dlsticsK.
WAHIIINOTON, March 27 -"HI.
thcr the federal bench of tho United
Hn(ca miiat bn filled from now on
wlili men who vtn win back thn re-
aiect of tho peoplo for tho Judiciary.,
which hits been forfeited, or tho recall
of federal Judge I RoIiir to como,
and In goliiR to (ear tho toihs from
aouin of tho hlnheflt JtulRca In the
Till la tho opinion Riven to At
tomey (leneral Mclte)iiolila by Hen.
ntor lino of OreRon tho other day
l.aiio la not a law) or; ho la Jual a
doctor and a stanch champion of
common folk' rlRhla, Ilia sincerity
In thli waruliiK mo Impreased Mr
llo)iiolda that tho latter asked to
havn I. nun's rnnarka soul him In
wrltliiR. Kami complied.
"It'ii a aorlous tliliiR when tho Ju
diciary or tho nation am the object
of public autplclon," aatd thn OreRon
senator, "It Indicate trouble ahead
for tho JtulRca. We want men put
on Iho bench In our part of tho
country, when vacancies aro to bo
filled, who will not only bo abov
aiuplclon, hut will redeem tho repu
tation of their rank."
OHIO FLOOD DISTRICT
COIAMM'S, Ohio, March J8.
Twenty eight corpses were iccordcd
today fiom tho flooded districts of
Columbus. A temporary morgue has
been prepared for their cine.
Maiiial law was declined in tho
tlood districts here. Hoscuers teach,
ed tho Fulled Hrclhrcn church on
Avondalo uvciiuo this iiionnui; hut
found no corpus.
After Coughing Months
Hnxihlin, N. Y Woman ImiiiiiiI lie-
lief In Vluol.
Did you ovor cough for a week?
Thou JuhI think how dlatrosaliiR It
f niuat ho to have a cough hang on for
Mru. Maria I'rlmrovo of 87 Now-
oil alroot, llrooklyu, N Y., anjH; "I
had a very heavy cold which Bottled
Into a chronic coiirIi which kept mo
awako utRhta for fully thrco montha,
and fait tired all tho tlmo bocaiiBo
my rost waa broken. Tho effect
of takliiK your cod liver nnd Iron
remedy Vluol la that my cough Ih
roiio. I ran now Rot a rooiI nlglit's
real and I feel much HtroiiRcr In
It la tho combined action of tho
medicinal olomentB codB' llvera allied
by tho blood making and atrciiRth
creating proportlea of tonlo Iron
which makes Vlnnl so efficient for
chronic coughs, colda and hronchltta
at tho same tlmo building up tho
weakened, run down system,
Try a bottlo of Vino! with (ho un
dqrB(andlng that your monoy will bo
rotnrnod It It does not help you
Medford Pharmacy, Miulford, Ore,
tin: Miw k ixc or
t V tBK a i
linn i tistKK'(yrT.'!j
Crown I'rlucu Countaiitlue, wlo liu
Im.ii in i.,...ii i.' tlleeL
troops thruuclioiit tho liosillltlca In the
eastern part of Turkey In i:uroe, and
who waa al (lie bead of (lie army bleb
reAfiitly captured tlu TurUMi fortren
of Jaiilun with It carrlion of .'I'AOWi
ini'li. will Im tbiuciei(r of Id frttbrr
dearie I.. U'lliu of tile Hellene lll
wife l Prime ftiuli'ii. a nl'lcr of (In
(jeruian i:tnMrir. William II.
FRANK KELLY IS
The case of the stato n. Finnk
Kelly, the 'methodical" burglar, who
kept books on what ho stole in the
elly, was called in the circuit court
today, a jury scoured, midenec taken
and a erdiet returned, all in an hour.
The jury was out less than four min
utes, which is ii record in (his county.
The case was not pardoiilnrly'hnrd
fought as Kelly confessed to the
(belts unit produced his "books" to
show what he stole, where, and on
WABIIINOTON, March 27 If tho
rural mall routes of (ho United Btatca
total 1,100,000 miles In length, how
many wheelbarrow patrolmen will it
take to kenp theso reads In Reed con
dition 7 That la tho problem which
Jonathan liourne, Jr. rccontly sen
ator from Oregqn, ha undertaken to
aolve thla Rummer, and without
charKlng Uncle Ham for hi acrvlce.
lloiirne woa uiailo chairman of the
Joint Reed road committee of ion
Rresa. Ilia salary an aimator was cut
off March 4.
Mo haa learned from French en
Itlneers that wheelbarrow patrolmen
aro tho secret of economy In the up
kcp of rural hlRhunja, A nhorel
and a barrow aro all tho equipment
Henator Ilourno haa written to atl
of tho 42.000 rural mall carriers In
tho United Htatca for a detailed re
port aa to tho length and character
of road they cover. From atato on-
.Klneers he la securing data on tho
cost of construction ami of mainte
nance. When coiiRresH meets next Decem
ber the Joint committee will be ready
to report a complete plan of highway
lonstrtictlon and repair.
JAP AVIATORS MEET
DEATH IN MIDAIR
I'KIIU, 1ml., March 28. - Ilclief ex-
pcdilioiia arc arriving close enough to
forward supplies by boat, to those
suffering here. Condition arc being
rapidly bettered. A search is being
made for corpse.
I'oiiceinnu Hubert Hunter, who
liendn ono of Iho principal relief
sipiada, thinks Hint the fatalities will
number about fifty. There nro aeore
of refugees camped in the hill south
AT FRENH LICK SAFE
PKKN'CI! LICK, Ind., March 28.
Ifarry I'nync Whitney, John Fox, Jr.,
nnd Finlcy Dunne and othcro who
linve been marooned in a hotel here
were reported snfe today,
J0SSELYN RESI8NS AS '
PORTLAND TRACTION CHIEF
I'OHTLAND, Ore:, March 28. Af
ler serving Mx yearn n (ha president
of tho Portland Hallway, Light ami
Power company, II. F. Josselyn has
today tendered his resignation to Iho
honrd of directors to effect July 81.
Mr. JoiHclyn gave as bin reason that
he wns greatly in need of n rcat or
a change. Tho company which Jos
solyn heads controls tho traclion line
in tho city of Portland nnd vicinity.
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TOKIO, March 28.- Lieutenants
Toktidn and Kimura met death in an
uuiitlon flight nt Tokorozawn when
their IlteroK machine fell from a high
11 win Ardnn and Anno Sutherland
will appear as costnrs In a playlet
entitled "Tho Stool PlReon." by Alice
l-nh Pollock and Carrington l'hclp.
Croquettes are likely to be greasy if
made with lard. Cottotcne croquettes are
never greasy. Cotlolcnc heats to about 100 degrees higher than butter or lard,
without burning, and forms a crisp crust which prevents the absorption of fat
is more healthful and economical than lard. It costs
no more than lard. You use one-third less of Cottolene
than of either butter or lard.
The use of Cottolene is indispensable to good cooking,
good health and true economy, try this recipe
Chop fine sny kind of cooked meit or fuh. Moltfen light cteati with
thick nhitt uuct, equal amount, and dtik meat with tomato or brown
mucc made quite thick. Scaaon with salt and pepper and onion Jalce If
liked. When very cold, shape mixture into balls or cones; roll first In
lifted bread crumbs, then beaten egg dilated with one tablet poon milk,
then crumb scala. Fry one minute in deep Cntiteut. Drain on paper,
and be sure the fat Ii hot for each frying. Serve plain or with sauce like
that In the mixture, only thinner.
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Grand Wind-Up of the Great Discount Sale
Only 2 Days Left to
Save 20 on every
thing; get busy NOW
Only 2 Days Left to
Save 20! Come to- f
1 I 'Fill
Sensational Sale of Coats and Suits
TOMORROW MORNING WE PLACE ON SALE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF THIS SEA
SON'S LATEST CREATIONS IN WOMEN'S COATS AND SUITS, INCLUDING ALL
OF OUR "LA VOGUE" STYLES THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF STYLES AND
COLORS WE HAVE EVER SHOWN-EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD IN THIS SALE
AT 20 PER CENT OFF REGULAR PRICES NOTHING RESERVED. REMEMBER,
ONLY TWO DAYS LEFT OF THIS REMARKABLE SALE.
NEW RUFFLING in
white, ore tint ami
20 per cent OH
NEW WAISTS go in
20 per cent Oif
on salo Saturday
20 per cent Olf
Silk Petticoats, renl
$3.50 values, on salo
SAVE 20 per cent ON WASH GOODS
Best Best Best Best Best
,. Washing zephyr Scotch Kimoim
c Gingham. gingham gingham crepo
Prints mado now now now
4c 8c 12c 20c 15c
yard 'yard yard yard ' yard
SAVE 20 per cent on Spring UNDERWEAR
Women's Women's Women's Women's Women's
12e .ISc. 2o SOo 75c
Under' Under- Under- Under- Under
wear wear wear wear wear
now now now now now
10c 12c 20c 40c 60c
SAVE Money on MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
Just vocoived oni snininoi' stock of Muslin Underwear in tho lat
est styles of Corset Covers, Combinations, Skirts and Drawers,
on sale at
20 per cent OFF
SAVE 20 on SILK and KID GLOVES
Kavser's Kayser's Best Best Best
10 button 16 button $1.25 $1.73 10 button
chamois Silk Kid Kid Kid
Gloves Gloves Gloves Gloves Gloves
48c 98c 98c $1.39 $2.80
n pair a pair a pair a pair a pair
SAVE 20 on Spring & Summer HOSIERY
Women's Womon's Women's Womon's Wornqn's
nnd Fast 25c 50o $1.25
children's Black Hoso Lislo Silk
10c Hoso all colors Hoso Hoso
Hoso 15c grade now now now
8c 1 12c 1 20c I 40c $1.00
SAVE Money on Good NOTIONS
O. N. T.
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