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MRS. ELZIRA CLAY
A complaint wan filed Tuesday
against Mn, Klslra Clay of this city,
charging that she Is unfit to bo fw
larse, owtntt to her mental condi
tion. She will be given hoarlnR
before County Judso Tou Velio
Wednesday to determine her sanity.
Mm. Clay has boon Indulclus In a
numbor of weird actions rccsntly
which havo lod her frlonds to Ques
tion her sanity. 8ho has boon actlro
nt tho county sent, taklnc a great
Interest In the easo against Cecil
Townaond. When Towneend was
taken to Salem Saturday by Sheriff
Slnglor aha telephoned Governor
West that a great mlstako had been
mndo and wanted Townsend released.
Tho governor did considerable tele
phonlnc before h learnsd th truo
SAN DIEGO, Cat., April 15. Ar
raignmcut ot Hex 11. Clark, wealthy
rnncher, in bitter fashion, Attorney
George Slireve today began hi argu
ment for the defense tn the case of
II. S. Ervny, on trial for alleged se
duction of Elsie M. Johnston under
promise of marriage. Calling Clark
n perjuror, an adulterer and other
names, Shrere by turns walked from
his chair to the witness chair, pointed
his finger nt Clark and struck the
Tho attorney charged that Clark,'
who wns formerly secretary of the
county highway commission under
Commissioners John D. Sprcckcls, A.
Q. Spalding and E. W. Scripps, had
been responsible for Miss Johnston
plight and then sought to fasten it
on Ervay, who succeeded Clark as
secretary of the commission.
Slircvc charged that Clark had
meanwhile deceived his wife, who was
Miss Grace Scripps of Detroit, in or
der, Shrcve chnrged, to keep "tho
millions ho bad gotten by that mar
riage." Clnrk snt still under the arraign
ment. Ho was nolicenbly pale.
The eny is expected to go to the
jury lale today.
' MOTHER STEALS CHILD
FOUT PAYNE, Alabnma, April
n.r. For kidnapping her six-year-old
daughter, after stealing quietly into
town from her homo in Califomin,
Mrs. Charles Minnott is being Bought
by the police here today. The Min
notts were divorced a short time ago
mid the custody of their two girls
was given to the father.
The elder child refused to Ieavs
her falher. The younger, but recent
ly returned from a kindcrgurton, ac
companied her mother .willingly.
SALEM, Ore., April 15. J. A.
Churchill who will succeed Slute
School Superintendent Alderman,
July 1, announced ho would appoint
Frank Wells of Pendleton as second
nssistnut stqto superintendent. Wells
for twenty years has been school
superintendent of Umatilla comity.
Churchill hud already announced
that E. F. Cnrlcton, tho present first
assistant superintendent would bo re
tained in that position.
EXAMINED FOR LUNACY
SAN JOSE, Cnl., April 15. A
commission in lunacy will examine
Tom Shenrin, tho Hell station ranchor
who shot will killed Henry Bcnekor
ntul then crushed his head with a
hammer, according to announcement
hero today by District Attorney A. M.
Ficc. Shearing, is in jail at Gilroy
ponding a preliminary investigation.
Mrs. Denokcr, tho young widow of the
Slain man, who witnessed the killing,
also belioves that Sheariu is insane.
WASHINGTON, April 15. Dis
cussion of the agricultural products
nchedulo ot the proposed new tariff
bill was continued by the Iioubq dem
ocratic caucdB toduy, Tho first Item
considered Svas tho provision for a
10 per cent duty on wheat, with
Minnesota representatives bitterly at
tacking the paragraph.
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The first public appearance of the
heir to tho chrvnie of Httssia since he
was mysteriously injured Inst year
was in March, on the occasion of tho
celebration of tho third cenlennry of
the houc of Itoumnoff. Then he
SACRAMENTO, Cal., April 15.
Tho assembly substitute antt-alleu
land bill will come before tho lower
house for discussion on special order
today at 11 o'clock. Amendments to
tho bill, which Is now on third read
ing, probably will be offered, and it
Is expected, that the debate will last
throughout the day, as much oppo
sition to the measure, as It now
stands, has ben evidenced.
Tho auombly substitute bill makes
no mention of treaty obligations, and
Is said to bo aimed directly at the
Japanese. It provides that property
held by aliens shall revert to the
stato at tho end of a year unless tho
owners declaro they have Intention
cf becoming cltlzons ot the United
Thesenato substitute, which Is also
on third reading, gives a longer per
iod for the alien to qualify for own
ership, and Is drawn, advocates ot
tho bill declare, with a view ot main
taining existing treaty rights.
TO FEDERAL OFFICERS
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl., April 15.
Maury I. Diggs aud Drew Caroine t-
ti, Sacramento young men accused of
violating the Mann white slave act
in taking Marsha Warrington and
Lola Norris to lleno will surrender
themselves to the United States mar
shal! tomorrow morning nnd make
bond, ncording (o United Stales Dis
trict Attorney McNab.
Attorney Charles I). Harris of Sa
cramento, indicted with Diggs on the
charge of conspiracy to suborn per
jury, was to be arraigned yesterday
before United Slates Judge Van Fleet
at Sacramento. He will plead to
morrow. Diggs and Caminetli and the three
brokers indicted will be arraigned
hero next Monday morning.
SHOT BY HUSBAND
ELCENTKO, Cal., April 15. Shot
through the breast by her husband,
Mrs. Walter Dean is dead today, and
Dean, who attempted to kill himself
with tho snmu revolver, is near death
iu a hospital. No cause of the crime
Mrs. Dean relumed from n visit to
friends late last evening. As she en
tered the couple's apartment Dean
shot her. Ho fled from the place nnd
uftcr running two blocks shot him
self. Ho then dragged himself back
to tho room where his wife lay dead,
mul wits arrested there
Funeral services over tho remains
of tho lato Guy E. Gaunyaw will ho
hold In Weeks & McGowan's chapel
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
Rov. Doyle officiating. Interment
I. O. O. K, cemetery.
Tho remains were received Tues
duy. He died at Provost, Alta., from
acute indigestion April 9, 1913, aged
33 years 6 mouths 7 days. IJculdea
a brother and two sisters in this city
ho leaves a wlfo and a child.
Let Us Show You.
If you aro a sufferer ot piles or
homorholds in any form, coino to
our store and let us show you MerJ
tol I'llo Ilomedy. It is one of the
best preparations wo havo ovor
handled and Is sold on a poaltlvo
guarantee, Ilasklns Drug Store,
CZAREWITCH SINCE HIS INJURY
rodo publicly in a coach with his
father, Cnr Nicholas, probably for
the purpose of proving to tho public
that the csarevutcli wns in good
health and to set iisulo rumors.
Th mysterious illness of Inst year
NEAR BLUE LEDGE
According to F. W. Cnrnnhan,
superintendent of the HI no Lodge,
work is to bo started soon iti that
section on n road to connect with
the trail built by the forest sen ice
through the Cook and Green pass
into the Happy Camp country and
which will open a large new district
to Medford. The road will bo suit
able for motorcycles and horses mak
ing it possible to carry mail iu from
Medford is the logical supply point
for tho Hnppv Camp district which
is largo aud rich. The road will
mean much to this section.
SAN FUANCISCO, Cal.. April 13.
Putting forth the argument that
a birth certificate Is not a public
record as a loophole whereby to free
their client, attorneys of Dr. Fraicr,
the Weavervllle, Cal., physician, who
Is accused ot falsifying such a rec
ord in this city, created a mild sen
sation In Or. Fraaer's hearing here
today. Doth the defenso and prose
cution were Riven until next Tues
day to discover the legal status of a
Dr. Pntser Is accused of aiding Iu
the substitution ot a live baby for
tho stillborn heir of Lloutcuant
Charles Henry Sllngsby, who con
trols vast English estates.
SAN1 DIEGO, Cal., April IS. San
Dlsgos fret public market opened to
day with ureal success, crowds at
tending and buying. Tho ninrket
was startod by ranchors of this coun
ty to ellmlnato tho middleman.
A woman with a bilo of hay und
ono ogg got tbo choicest corner of
tho market by appearing at 5 a. m.
and holding her placo until her mar
ket wagon arrived.
To the list of thoso subscribing to
tho fund to pay IM Hoot's hospital
and funeral expenses is added tho
Previously acnowjodged f 170.50
Harry B. Foster .. 1 00
Dillon Hill 1.00
Total r 172.50
Mrs. Qulgley Dead.
SEATTLE, Wash., April 15. Mrs.
Andrew J. Quigley, secretary of llio
Washington slnlo mother's congress
aud a prominent club woman, is dead
hero today. Mrs. Qnigloy hud been
suffering from cancer for more Ihnn
a year and Unco mouths ago took to
Mrs. Qnigloy wus active in politics
nnd wns ono of tho hardest workers
In the interest of Mayor Colterill'u
Her husband, Andrew J. Quigley,
a well known politician, und two
sous, Kenneth und Allen survivo her.
IN MARCH OF LAST YEAR.
has never bet i explained. One slory
had it that (lie cmircwiteh was at
tacked while on Iho royal yacht, ntul
another Ihat ho wns (ho victim of a
nihilist on one of the country places
of the rcgiitug family.
Mr. Juok Frost is duo for n vioit
in the valley tonight according to in
dications at noon today and orchnrd
bts are warned to bo on tho lookout
for n freeze. The prediction is for
showers tonight aud if they come
there will be no danger of frost.
Three-tenths of nn inch of rniu fell
in the valley hut night. This makes
a total of 1.70 inches for April. Tho
normal for tho corresponding period
AMUNDS0N LOST IN
WILDS OF SPOKANE
SPOKANE, Wash:, April 15. One
hundred and sixty members of the
Chamber of Commor6e are wondering
today if Itnold Amundsen, who trnx
cled oxer unchartered wastes to the
discovery of the South Pole could
have been lost in their fair city.
Amundsen wns invited to banquet
with the membership club of the
Chamber and his manager assured
the commilteo that the noted ex
plorer would bo present. Hut be
didn't show up nnd the spread was
eaten in silence without the guest of
How She Waa Saved From
Surgeon's Knife by Lydia
E. Pinkharr.'s Vegeta
Mogadore.Ohlo. "The first twoyears
I was married 1 suffer h! so much from
femato troubles and
bearing down pains
that 1 could not
stand on my feet
work. Tho doctor
said I would have to
undergo an opera
Uon.but my husband
wanted mo to try
Lydla E. I'lnkham's
pound first. I took
threo bottles nnd It mado mo well and
strong and I avoided a dreadful ofwra
tlon. I now havo two fino healthy chil
dren, nnd I cannot say too much about
has done for mo." Mrs. Lei:
MANGE3, It. P. D. 10, Mocadore, Ohio.
Why will women toko chances with
an operation or drug out a sickly, half
hearted cxlsU'nce.mUsIng three-fourths
of tho joy of living, when they can find
health In Lydla E. i'lnkham's Vegetable
For thirty years It has been tho stand,
ard remedy for fctnulu Ills, nnd has re
stored the health of thousands of women
who havo been troubled with such ail
ments aj.dlsplacments, influrrimatlon,
ulceration, tumors, Irregularities, etc.
If you want special ndrlca wrllo to
Lydla K. I'lnkliam Jledlrluo Co. (conll
dcntlnl) L) uu, Mam. Your letter will
be opened, read nnd answered by a
wouiau and bcl In strict confidence.
Get the Original and IsnuIih
,Tkt Foed-drlnk far All hgtu
PureNutrition,upbuilding the whole body.
jycfi milk, malted grain, in powder form,
A quick lusck prepared! ia a kIbbIc.
Not in Any Milk Trumt
FRUIT THEME OF
The advertising of Hotiuo rlxer
fruit is the llieme to be discussed bj
mehnrdlits of the llogue liver xnlloy
to bo held nt tho II Theater Wednes
day afternoon. The meeting ti lo bo
held in (ho Ihenler n the Carnegie
library building cannot be secured
for the afternoon. All interested in
the fruit industry are inxited to at
tend. The meeting is scheduled for
'2 o'clock sharp.
The orehanlists xvlll be addressed
by W. K. Owiii and L. E. Meaehani
of the Northwestern Fruit Exchange.
They xvill go into the ipiostimi thor
oughly. Orehnrdists should be at the thea
ter promptly nt 'J o'clock. A full at
tendance is desired.
FEEL BADLY T0DAY7
X.) Silk Headache, Itlllitus, Hloumrti,
CNmtcU Tongue or CouMlimti-l
Itovxcls I jr morning.
Turn the rascals out- tho head
ache, tho biliousness, thu Indiges
tion, the sick, sour stomach nnd foul
gases turn them out tonight aud
keen them out with Cascurcl.
Millions of men and women take a
Cascaret now aud then nnd never
know tho misery caused by a hty
liver, clogged bowels or an upset
Don't put In another day or dis
tress. Let Cascarets cloanse and rsg
ulatu your stouiRoh; remove the
sour, undigested nnd fermenting
food and lho misery-making gits;
tako tho excess bile from )our liver
nnd carry out ot tho system nil tho
constipated waste matter and poWon
In tho Intestines and bowels. Tnen
you will feel great.
A Cascaret tonight xvlll surety
straighten you out by mornluR. They
work while you sleep. A 10-cent
box from any drug store moans n
clear head, sweet stomach and
clean, healthy liver and bowei action
for months. Children love to tako
Cascarets becauso they tusto good
never grlpo or sicken.
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KnocKs at Your Door
Take Advantage of this Offer
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Wo guarantco this clcanor to bu
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will roplaca without charco any puit
proving dofcctlvo In material or
workmnnshlp for a period ot ono
year from dato of purchaso.
MKrSSr.l.M, Apill 15, Sexcial
thousand imuo socialist wmlicr
struck In Helgimu today. Their
leader, under elde, declined he
planned lo bring a geneiut stilko uu
gradually in oidi-r that the indus
tries of the country might not he
paralyicd loo suddenly.
Can't Kelp M
Every Wcimn Cmti Laying Choice at
III NMtlln Cuddled In Its Honmt.
A imn" lirnrt iinturnllr rcpomli tit
III rlisrm Hint I iicm nf t I'lrttr litil,
mul luoro o Id il.ir tlimi rtvr brou aluiM
the Riltrut nt Miiltirr'a frlrml
ThU U n imimiI ftiuiilrrful nternnl help
lo iIik imiiH'Irt mul tuition It vii-trntr
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llii mmlng runt mul Itn un tulnga rm.
full, ml ami r-M iltirliig llir ti-rm Hill
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michlr luhrlralra rrrrv 11 rc ti'iulon mul
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fur rsalhif ii f ttta tirraila.
You nill riml liila aiilpmltil riniilt m
air al all itniir alutr al II Oil a Ihillli.
ami la hUhlv rrrnmniiulnl fr Iti iiurnna
Willi Itraitllrlil llrKiilatnr IM. Ml Ulnar
tlliU. AltaiiM. II ami Ihrr will mall vnt
train), a vrrjf Imlrullrr U. fur riiirr.
1000 Rooms Wanted
In order to accommodate thu people attending tho Odd Fellows
(Jrnnil IMlgo mid Itchckuti Aksciubly to bu hold In Medford May
Kill out printed blank below and mnll tn .lutiu A. Pert, See.
ItiNim I'niimiltkH', not latvr than April 3D, In order that list can li
Wo will havo rooms available from May 30 to 33 as
Itooms with bath
son; fT per day fo.
. Itooms without bull
person; Cr..-............pcr day
Btrrot and Nil timber
Foit Tin; iti:.Di:its of
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A Few of its Uses
Romovos all dirt, dust, otc, from rugs, car
pets, matting, upholntorod and tufted furni
To subscribers xvhero tho Mall Tribune Is dellvorod hy
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livery of Clcnnor, and nnreelni; to subscrlba for Tho Mali
Tribune for six mouths nt tho rcKular sunscrlptlon price
HOo por month.
Terms to mnll subscribers; Onn of thoso National Vac
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l'lio.NK on (ui.r mi:ii'ohdmaii
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