Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 17, 1913, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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MEDFORD MATT; TRIBUNE. MEDFORD. OUEflON, THURSDAY, AVRTT. 17, lillrt.
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SPLENDID REPORTS
BY PRESBYTERY OF
SOUTHERN OREGON
Tim Wednesday morning fostion
or prexbylcry war called to order nl
0:30 o'clock. After prayer by Kcv.
John V. Knott of Yoncnlln the roll
wnn called, showing 20 mmWtors,
seven elders nnd ono corresponding
member in nttendnnce. A cnll to
Hev. J. Mnnley Spencer from Hope
PrcBbyterlnn church of Rogiio Ulver
vrnH rend, presented to him, nnd ne
ccpted by htm. A letter from Hcv.
Paul J. Lux, Ph. I)., of Boston Prcs
bytery was rchd. Upon satisfactory
examination ho rns enrolled ns n
member. The report of tho year's
work or tho Home Missions commit
tee, wni submitted by Its able chnir
mnn, Rev. W. F. Shields of this city.
Tho report shows the young chore he
of the seven counties of the pretby.
tcry gefaernlly henlthy. The prcsby.
lory's pastor-ovnnpdist then re
ported bis work since Dec. 1st upon
which dnto ho began bis duties and
a good report it was for bis short
term. Tho moderator gave a spir
ited address on "Financing tho
Church," and. Dr. W. I. Holt offered
mnuy helpful suggestions. Elder T.
P. Cramer of Grants Pnsq spoke
ably upon, "Men, Monoy and Church
Work ns I Sec It.'J,
Reports Filed.
Tko afternoon session after an
opening prayer by Rev. 0. F. Morgan
thr devoted to reports nnd ad
dresses. Tho Sunday school com
mittee report was presented by Rev.
H. T. Chisholm, followed by a like
report from the Sunday school mis
sionary, Rev. W. F. Qlocckncr, cm
ployed by the presbytery. Elder W.
IT. Gore of Med ford then gave a
short talk on, "An Up-to-date Sun
day School." Rev. J. K. Howard of
Glendale also spoko briefly upon
"Tho Young People." Rev. John
MacAHistcr, D. D., read the narra
tive of the presbytery's status. WhiJo
not "discouraging the report showed
that the churches were wnnrorrcssive
in many ways. The whole matter
was made a subject of specinl pray
er. Tho commit tee on Ministerial
Relief gave its report through its
chairman, Rev. J. W. Knott of Yon
calla, following which Rev. Knott
niul Rev. Win. Snick, two of the
presbytery'" faithful sen-ants, were
honorably retired. These men have
both been activo in tho church for
over -10 years and deserve their rest
from labor. After a brief jpeech by
Rev. J. K. Howard tho presbytery
endorsed the establishment of a
Chinese training school on this coast".
A special committee reported favor
ably upon tho letter of Rev. James
R. Parker of the United Brethren in
Christ seeking admission to and
service hi' this presbytery. Rev.
Parker submitted to examination and
was approved. Commissioners to
general assembly to convene at At
lanta, Ga., was elected as follews:
Rev. John K. Pay, of Butte Falls,
and Elder James Martin of Rogue
lUver, alternate Rer, W. F. Shields
of Medford and Dr. Geo. C. Knott,
Youealla.
MlaIoa DfecuMc4.
At the public Bcssion at 7 JO p.
m. the auditorium was full. The
dioir rendered an excellent anthem
and Mr. Andrews pang "Nearer, My
God, to Thee," ns few have beard it
sang before. Rer. J. Manley Spen
cer of Rogue River read the scrip
ture lesson and Rer. James R. Park
er offered prayer. Tho paper read
by Mrs. C B. LRrakin of Ashland,
"Tho New View of Missions," was
especially worthy and timely. Rev.
Robert MuLcun, D. D., spoke inbpir
iiiKly of "Work in tho Southwebt,"
which work ho has so recently seen
nt firht baud. Dr, W. S. Holt in his
vigorous way gave nn enthusiastic
and most impressive address, speak
ing of "Tbo Pacific Coast, Today and
Tomorrow." Tho wbolo evening was
ono that uplifted and encouraged
everyone in attendance.
UcatiUftil Hatr, a Joy I-'orever.
H you have a beautiful head ot
hair, try to keep It. " J ttT0
not, try to get H. Mcrltol Hair Toa
ic keeps tho scalp clean, promotes a
healthy growth ot beautiful hair, and
keeps It soft and lustrous. Try It.
Hasklns Drug Store.
Prompt Payment Klro Los.
This Is to certify that loss by flro
lusured In Continental N. Y Graham
& Wakoraan, agents, was paid mo
promptly five days after tho fire, and
I heartily reepmmond Graham &
Wakenian to all who have fire Insur
ance to place.
23 CHARLKg W. ISAACS.
Prompt Payment Flro Joss.
This Is to certify that my loss by
flro, Insured In Continental New
York, Graham & Wakeman agents,
was paid promptly In five days ttftor
the tire.
82 nODKRT FRYUBOR.
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BEAST-MAN
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CAMP FIVE, Wash, (via Shelton),
April 17. -John Tornow enticed his
pursuers to a point most advanta
geous to him, then shot them down
In cold blood, according to Informa
tion rcachlug here today.
Knowing that ho was being trailed,
Tornow cunningly led tho thrco
trailers Into ambush and slew Ulalr
and Lathrop Just when they thought
they had trailed tho "beast-man" to
his lair and trapped him. Tornow
led his pursuers Into the deep wilds
to a point six miles from Camp Five,
about 30 miles west of Shclton. Hero
ho had built a rude cabin and appar
ently had spent most ot the winter
there.
Knowing that thoso who hunted
htm were close upon his hiding place
he built a fire In tho cabin as a ruso
to Indicate his presence In the place.
Then at n chosen point along the
trail ho climbed a tall fir tree. When
tho two trappers, who were In ad
vance ot Deputy Sheriff Qtilmbr.
saw the smoko coming from, tho cab-
In they decided that the outlaw was
probably Inside, cooking a meal.
Qullbr decided to roako a long
detour and take tho cabin In the
rear. Ho heard the shots and, run
ning to tho aid of his companions.
was In time to sco Tornow 'ump
down from tho tree. Qulroby emp
tied his rifle at the outlaw and (led.
The trio had trailed Tornow with
bloodhounds. The pojso which left
Montcsano early today for the scent
had not found tho bloodhounds. Tor
now probably "Rilled them.
There are about 30 picked marks
men on tho manhunt In tho woods
and It Is believed that tho outlaw Is
surrounded. Tornow, If sighted, will
not bo taken alive. Ono of the pos
ses lu led by noyd and Will DIalr.
brothers of the dead trapper.
PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER
ENJOYS BOXING MATCH
BOY'S STORY OF
HUNGER STAYS LAW
A boy's story ot hunger so neuto
that It led him to steal for tho first
tlmo In his life was so drauiatlrnlly
told In tho office nt Juvenile Judge
Ton Velio Wednesday afternoon that
tho Jndgo ntnyod the law, and al
lowed the boy to go. Incidentally
tho Judge fouutl tho boy a homo and
a Job.
Tho youngster hailed from Port
laud nnd gives his name as Frederick
Walter Sralfe. Ho left homo after
ho had lost his watch and feared ho
would bo censured nt homo. Ho Is
between 15 and 10 years of ago.
Young Scalfo beat his way south
from Portland, but being Inexper
ienced ho failed to socuro food by
tho handout route. After two days
ot hunger tho boy entered a bakery
at Ashland and stole seven or eight
pies, two cans of milk, a can ot
salmon, a can ot poa. three boxes of
marshmallous, a cake, a half box ot
chewing gum nnd some tobacco.
FIREBOYS
GIVE
NEW
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IS
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BADLY BURNED
EXPLOSION
Eleanor Randolph Wilson, ono of
tho daughters of the president, hns
let Wnhhington society know that she
is noi nscu-re ami ,.. . ftrry Coffeoni R mrmuor 0f tho
feared before March 4. On the trip tlrm nf roffn A .,, i , ,,,..,
to watch target practice of the fleet WRi,bnd,y burnP(l boilt , forcarm,
Thursday morning, when a large
rjunntlty ot gasoline In n torch ex
ploded. Dr. Porter was called and
removed a largo quantity ot flesh
from his right arm.
Tho causo ot tho explosion Is un
known. Coffeen was working with
In accord with their tlmo-honorod
custom tho Mmtford tlroboys gave
llasll Gregory nnd his bride, who was
Mm. Miiymo Moore, a ildo on u bono
cart about tho streuls of thn city to
lay, creating much merriment, Mr,
nnd Mrs, Gregory attempted to es
cape by leaving on tho west sldu of
tho train nnd running neross lots
Tho flreboys put up n hot pursuit
nnd captured thorn, They took It
good naturedly.
Mr and Mrs, Gregory slipped ono
over on their friends Wednesday by
ipiletly leaving for Grants Pass.
where they wero married.
Mrs. Moore Is well known lu tho
city. She has been employed by the
Kentner company n number of )nrs
and has many friends In tho city. Mr
Gregory Is employed by Daniels for
Duds ii ml has spent nearly his entire
life lu Medford.
the young woman Ik Miid to have been
the guest of honor nt n three-round
boxing match between Jnekies of the
navy. She enjoyed the fun, nnd saw
nothing about it to indicate that box.
ing was the bnitnl sport it U con
sidered by sonio erons who have
never t-cen a boxing match.
T
ADJOURNED 10 MAY 10
llavjng completed nil criminal and
civil cases for the time beine Judge
Calkins of the circuit court has ad
journed court until Mny 10. It is
expected that he will hand down a
decision nt that time in the Med
ford liquor cases, a demurrer to tho
indictment having been recently ar
gued. Tho housefly Is tho principal
source of Infantile paralysis infection.
Skin Sufferers
We Gaarauatce Yea Reltcl
Tha D.D.D. Preaerlptlon for Bcxema. a
mild. BlUptle wh, atopa that awful
Itch (natantly.
We know, because aeveral of our etia
tomtra, whote curta all am to be pr
raantnt. bave told ua ao.
So we offar you th flret full elxed
bottle on the guarantee that unltas It
doa the aajne for yen. It coats you not
a cent. .
MEDFOHD MIAltMACY
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Our Children's Shoes
are designed to preserve
tho natural shape of grow
ing feet. Wlillo stoutly
made, they aro neter
clumsy, but always look
neat and dressy!
Children's Shoe of Patent
Colt, Guiimetal Culf, Tuus
mid Viet Kid.
Coma derive tho benefit of
our oxperlcnco service In
fitting children's shoes!
BEHLING'S
Good P'U Hhoo Htoro
COFFEE TRUST SUIT
WASHINGTON', April 17 Kol
lowing nssurnnco from' the Hrnzil
inn pivemment that 900,000 good
bpg of- Uraxilinn coffee stored in
New York has been sold to reputuble
purchasers, tho government hns
dropped its suit ngniust the Brazil
Valorization scheme, othorwUo
known as the coffee trust today.
the torch when tho accident oc
curred. He succeeded In extinguish
ing tho flames but was badly burned.
MORGAN LEAVES ART
COLLECTION TO CITY
NEW YORK', April 17.- It is
stated here that J. Pierpont .Morgan
left his costly art Collection to thu
city of New York in his will, which
is to be made puljlic Saturday or
Monday. It is nyt believed any
other ortion of i'u entnto went to
anyone outside of hm fnmily.
SHOT IN BATTLE
RAN KHANCISCO, Cub, April 17.
"Clubbed nnd shot in tt tics pern to
hnnd-to'lmiid conflict two deputy
game wardens and a band of law.
breaking Italian fishermen off San
Clemcnle Inland in Hnu KrancHeo
Ray, Kniest Raynaud, ono of the
deputies, and Knlvntntv llillesteri, a
lender of the band, are dead hero to
day. M. 8. Clark, the other depu
ty, juinHd from the firdiing launch
on which the fight occurred nnd was
picked up exhausted, by another
Inuucli nfter Mvimtuiui; n mile.
The Italians were caught uxing n
net with an undersized mesh while
the deputies uure on a tour of Urn
bay. They submitted to arrest read
ily and allowed the deputies to take
jMisseHsum oi their launch lor I lit
trip shoreward. On the trip another
launch full of Italians rniiie along
side nnd nt n signal tho battle
start (si.
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OpataUonti
When a woman suffering from some form of feminine
disorder is told that an operation is necessary, it of course
frightens her.
The very thought of the hospital operating table and the
surgeon's knife strikes terror to her heart, and no wonder.
It is quite true that some of these troubles may reach a stage
where an operation is the only resource, but thousands of
women have avoided the necessity of an operation by taking
Lydia 11. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. This fact is
attested by the grateful letters they write to us after their
health has been restored.
These Two Women Prove Our Claim.
nil my own work for a family of
four. 1 shnll always foul that I owe
my good health to your medicine."
Mrs. IIaywaiu) rkiwKits, Cory, Me.
MOTHER GRAY'S
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values to $2.50,
Comparison Sale....985
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$1G.50 and $17..r0 Coats, Comparison Sale $13.95 &
$20 00 and $22.f)0 Coats, Comparison Sale. $1 8.95 &
$35.00 Coats, Comparison Salo $27.50
EVERY COAT A ' 'STYLE CRAFT" GARMENT
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GREAT COMPARISON SALE
OF READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS
Greatest values ever offered so early in the sea
son, actually 20 to 33 3 fo less than regular values
SEE THESE EXTREME VALUES IN TAILORED
SUITS AND COATS AT OUR COMPARISON SALE.
COMPARE THEM WITH LOCAL SHOPS, COMPARE
THEM WITH ANYTHING YOU HAVE SEEN BE
FORE. One lot of Tailored Suits values to $18.f)0, Comparison
Sale : 11.95
One lot of Tailored Suits in navy bltic sorgo and new spring
mixtures, values to $22.50, Comparison Sale... $14.95
Others at $16.95, $18.95, $22.95 and up.
Entire line of Now Spring Coats at Comparison Sale Pricos
$13.50 Coats, Comparison Sale $10.69
240 Shirt Waists
in Voiles, Lawns, Ma
dras, etc., value to $3.50
Comparison Sale $1.79
Armor Plate Hosiery are Better. Try our 25c Leader
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own in all Miffi'rlntf women to tll
uliat t.yilU 11 l'lnUlmm'a VritotftMo
Compound did for m. Ono year iiro
I found myMlf a lerrlltlrt anffartir,
1 had palna In tKitli ulilca and audi n
koranrM 1 could aontvcly atnlttlilfn
up at llinrs. My Imuk nchrd, I had
no appetite and wis mi nrrroua I
mld not alccp, then L would ho
tired morning that I wiuld noantdy
KCV nrouuil. It acemeil nluioot lin
povalhlo to more or do a hit of worU
and I thought 1 norer would ho any
iwttcr until I auhmlttcd toanormra.
tlon. 1 commenced taking Lydla P.
rinUlinin'n Vok'elahlo Compound and
mmid toll like a now woman. 1 had
no palna, alcpt well, had Ktnxl app
tlte and wan fat and could do almost
Now answer this question if you can. Why should a wo
man submit to a surgical operation without first n'wln Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial ? You know that
it has saved many others why should it fail in your case?
For at) years I.yilltv i:. lMnklirtm'fi VKtitntilo
Cninpniiml hits licon thn Mtniuliird rtMiuMlyfurfi
nmlo Ilia. No ono nick with uoinnn'a alliimati
Iom JU!ttlcotolicncir If MhitiKt not try thin fa
ntoim iiKHllclrtn tnrtilo from root niul liorlm. It
!mreitnrcl no ninny nufforlnrwomntoliriUli.
taa.avM.WrlfntnlA'MA R1MNKIIAM MKItlCIMICO.
aaF (COSF1HKNTIAI.) I.Y.NN, MASS., for ailvlco.
Your letter will InwiiicikhI, rvatl ami mmworcu
by a vroumn uml hold In strict conlWlenco,
CliarlottK. N. C -I waa In til
health for two yearn, with palna lu
Uilli aldea and waa very nerou. If
I even lifted a ehalr It would cnumi
a heuiorrhAi;o- I had ncrowth which
thn doctor aald waa a tumor and t
nnTcr would vet well unleM I had
an niwratton. A friend (drifted um
to take, l.ydla I I'lnkhain'a VeReta
hie CoiuM)und, and 1 ifladly aay that
I niu now cnjoyliitf lino health and
am thn mother of a nice, hhy irlrl.
You can umi thla letter to help other
aufTcrliii; women." Mra, lloa Hum,
ID Wyoua hi., i narioue, n. u
N. L. Townsend
r.iXTi:u and imcou.vroit
Havo Your I'nlntlnir, Tlutlnc nnd
Paper HnnKltiK Oono hy a Practical
.Mnchaulc, I'rlcctf Hlfiht. Satlafac
tlon (liinranttfcd,
l'lioiio IU:MI
710 Jlcnuctt Ac.
Clark & Wright
LAWYERS
WAHUINUTOM, 1). a
I'uhlto Und Matters: Final I'roof.
Ioort Landi, Conteit and Mining
Caina. Bcrlp.
1000 Rooms Wanted
In ordor to accommodnto tho pooplo nttendlnx thn Odd IVIIoua
Ctrauil IoiIko and ItotN'kah Av.rnilily to bu huld III Medford May
20-21-22.
Kill nut printed blank below and mall to John A. I'rrl, Heo.
ItiMiin Committee-, not later than April 30, In ordor that lint can bu
clasnlfled.
Wo will havo rooms avallablo from May 20 to 23 aa
follow :
Iloomi with bath'tf.. per day for ono per
on j U1 por day for two persona.
llooma without bath Q per day for ono
poraon; 0 per day for two perioni,
Street and Kuuniber.... ..
Kama -
Hemingway's Lead
Arsenate
Thn hrnnil which In ubciI In nil nt tho nront npplo Browing dlitrlrtt
of tho country Wontorn Now York, MIcIiIruii, tho llluo Hlili;a
Blopoa, tho Ozarka and tho fanicua valloya ot tho groat Nortliwcat
HEMINGWAY'S LEAD ARSENATE
la ot tho lilghoat ataudnrd ot mr.niifiicturo. Wo claim tho following
- , '' polnta of auporlerlty:
PERFECT PHYSICAL CONDITION
1, o flaoiionu ot grain and cano In thlnnliiK down' In watar
CORRECT ANALYSIS
1. o., full porcontago ot Amenta Oxdo (not leas than IS por cont)
and no inoro than a tnico of Solublo Araonla
wmri: roil iiookm;t and i'iuokh
Stocks Carried by KERR, GIPFORD & CO,
l'ortlnml, Ort'Kon
HEMINGWAY'S LONDON PURPLE CO,, LTD.
04 Water Btroot, Now York, N. Y.
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