Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 25, 1913, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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MRDFOKI) MAUiTRlRUNTJ, M10DFOK1), OHIWON. FRIDAY, APRIFiSn. 10ia.
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IOCAL AND
L PERSONAL
Frank Klllott, ono ot the proprln
ton ot ttio Pnhtorlum, was opcrntcri
upon at Sacred Heart lionpttnl Thurs
tiny for appendicitis. Ho wns stricken
Wednesday nrtcrnoon whllo nt work
nnd tho cno noon lickmo so iicrlaiia
that It was nocossary to tnko htm to
the lioRpltnl. Mr. EllloU milled well
from )ho operation nnd Id expected to
make it rapid recovery.
h. iV. Pnrdy of Knglo Tolnt district
was among thn horticulturists In
Medrord Thursday,
P "yhnt, happened to Mary. It theater
tonlRht.
Arthur Qcnry of Portland, promt-
"nont In University of Oregon circles,
m nt the Geary orchard la Griffin
creek district this week.
Mrs. W. r. Kills of Ashland was
In Med font Thursday visiting friends.
For sale, fine family driving or
riding horse, buggy nnd harness
This Is n good buy nt $200. If In
terested wrlto Lothrop Perkins, 1!
Hobs Court. Mcdford.
" W. C. Murphy, who hns been In
Cnllfornln for several' weeks, ro
turned Thursday.
Miss Ruth Andrews left for her
homo at Kenton, Ohio, one evening
this week, nfter n visit of several
month In Mcdford ns the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Andrews.
Orchard, hunting, fishing and
Crater Lake tcencs for sale at Gcr
klng & Harmon's studio. Negatives
mado any place, kodak finishing. 12S
East Main street. Phone 215 R.
"What happened to Mary. It theater
tonight.
Mrs. Frank Cochran ot Central
Point was In Med ford Thursday, vis
iting Mrs. Churlos Duffleld and Mrs.
F. M. Lnnw
George II Uurham of Grants Pass,
tho attorney, mndo Mcdford n pro
fessional visit Thursday.
It you want your lawn mower
sharpened or repaired phone 360-J.
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D. II. Miller ot Gold Hill was
among the many who transacted bus
iness In Mcdford Friday.
Mrs. C. C. Beekman and Miss Car
rie Beckman ot Jacksonville shopped
in Mcdford Friday afternoon.
What happened to' Mary. It theater
tonight.
Sampson McConncll. who Is filling
the position ot conductor on the
Southern Pacific, passed through
, .Mcdford during the week. Ills father
was foreman of tho Bybee ranch
near Jacksonville when it was one of
the largest In southern Oregon.
A. W. Shearer Is down from
Steamboat district, where ho is man
aging an cxtenslvo placer mine.
GerKing & Harmon, studio por
traits, homo portraits, flash lights,
kodak finishing, post card work and
enlarging.; 128 East Main stroetf
telephone 215 It.
W. C. Sparks, who has been nt his
ranch In Thompson creek district,
loft Thursday for Raymond, Wash.,
whero ho Is connected with an elec
tric light plant.
' J. llazolwpod ot Wlraor precinct
was' among 'those who camo to Mcd
ford Thursday.
Special Table d'Hote dinner at
Holland hotel every evening 40c. 34
W. E. Goodo arrived from Macdoej,
Col., Thursday on a business visit to
his former home.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ulrica of Jack
sonville motored to Medford Thurs
day afternoon.
Insure and. be sure. Right If we
write It. R, A. Holmes, Thn Insur
ance Man.
Mr., and Mrs. V. O. Martin and
their family and Mr, and Mrs. Y. H.
Johnson ot Wampum, Mich., are late
arrivals In Mcdford. They may lo
cate in tho valley.
J. 13. Darkdull, who has been
spottdlug several weeks In California,
returned Wednesday evening.
E. D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negatives made any time or
place by appointment. Phone M.
1471.
C. E. GUlis, an attorney ot Yreku,
Cal., Is making Medford a profes
sional visit.
George Dick mado a business trip
to Ashland Thursday.
.Vapor baths and scientific mas
sago for men find women. Dr. R.
J. Lockwood, chiropractor, 203 Gar-nott-Corey
bldg. Phone 145.
If. W. Whltly of Fostorln, Ohio,
who owiih one of the fvo-aeie tracts
ot pears In Roguolnnds, arrived dur
lngtho week to inspect his property,
which ho had never neon. lie Is well
pleased with his purchase and was
surprised (o find so fine a valley and
city,'
Medford Orchestral club concert
Friday, S p. m., high school, 29
Weeks & McGowan Co.
UNDERTAKERS
IABY AMISTAirr
Day Phono 27
NlKlit V. W. Week ID.t-J.JJ
IMiuiiivi A. E. Orr 07-M
Judgo Ton Velio wont to Eagle
Point Thursday afternoon mi official
business, lie was accompanied by
William fieri, malinger of thn Pa
cific ft Eastern railroad.
John Wilson, formerly In charge of
tho county Jail nt Jacksonville, has
becomo connected with that Institu
tion ngnlu.
Money to loan on real estate. See
Carkln & Taylor, attorneys nt law.
Mcdford.
Gcorgo A. lints Sr., architect nnd
civil engineer, was at tho county seat
Thursday afternoon. '
Jay Terrlll ot Talent, deputy coun
ty assessor, was In Mcdford Thurs
day, en route to Jacksonville.
Messrs. Kberhnrd, llussey nnd
Monlorff motored to Jacksonville
Thursday afternoon.
S. E. Dunnlngton of Jacksonville.
who has been seriously 111 with pneu
monln, Is convalescing.
E. C. llogsott and A. Too are In
Jacksonville often nowadays.
Sacrificing contents fine furnished
house. Don't miss this for real bar
gains. 1117 W. 9th st. 30
J. W. Smylte has his now home at
S30 Dennett avenue. In East Med
ford, nearly completed. With tho
completion of this the main part ot
his residence ho will have n fine
home of eight rooms, nnd as pleas
antly located ns arc any ot the cast
sldo homes. Mr. Smylle Is himself a
carpenter and Is doing all the wood
work on tho dwelling.
C. H. Hclmroth ot Griffin creek
district was a business visitor In
Medford Thursday.
William Ulrlch, trustee lu bank
ruptcy for J. E. Painter and D. I
KeUer, will offer for sale nt public
auction Saturday at 1 o'clock p. m.,
aad'la the evening also, all Jewelry
and millinery belonging to said bank
rupts. Be sure and attend and se
cure bargains.
A. S, Hoseubaum, who Is enjoying
a vacation, is In Portland at present.
A. T. McKcnzto ot Albany Is a Into
arrival In Medford.
Mr, and Mrs. Clarcnco Reamcs,
who havo been In Portland during
the past week, aro at homo again.
William Hulcn, tho vetoran base
ball expert, who is now manager of
the Regina team of tho Western Can
ada league, has his training quarters
at Albany, in this state. It. C. Bur
gess, tho Medford pitcher, has Joined
tho camp, but so late that it Is doubt
ful It ho will displace any of tho
present players.
Mrs. M. Reevo of Jacksonville was
among Medford friends Thursday.
Frank Walto and Fred J. Blakoly,
who arrived from Portland Wednes
day, on business connected with
Roguo River valley's prospective In-
teruruan railway system, left for
homo Thursday evening.
v. A. Burr of Roscburg, J. A.
Kemp of Grants Pais and E. J. Hall
of Salem aro lato arrivals In Med
ford.
J. C. Smith, county commissioner,
who has been at Jacksonville on ot
flciat business, returned to Roguo
River Thursday.
S. E. Herlng of Portland, manager
of Armour's refrigerating car system
in Oregon, spent Thursday in Mcd
ford. II. B. Nye ot Rock Point district
transacted business in Medford
Thursday.
T. K. Mulhern and R. O. Williams
or Sacramento aro lato arrivals in
Medford.
II. K. Hanna was over from Jack,
sonvlllo Thursday on professional
'business.
W. V. Barnum and a party from
Phoenix motored to Medford Thurs
day afternoon.
J. S. Harnett nnd Thomas D. Ross
wero among tho rwldents of Central
Point district who came to Medford
Friday.
What happened to Mary. It thoatc
tonight.
' What happened to Mary. It theater
tonight.
Porter J. Neff has tendered his
resignation as a director of tho North
Paclflo Fruit Distributors owing to
the fact that tho Rogue River Frnlt
& Produce association declined at
this time to Join the organization
which was recently formed.
At Saturday's market look at stall
No. 14 for extra fancy Jonathan
apples, 29
William Ulrlch, trusteo In bank
ruptcy for J. E. Painter nnd D. L
Keller, will offer for sale nt public
auction Saturday at 1 o'clock p. in.,
and lu tho evening also, all Jewelry
and millinery belonging to said bank
rupts. Be suro and attend und so
euro bargains.
Frank Cotterlll, who for some
years has conducted a plumbing cs
tabJlBhment hero, loft for Riddle Fri
day to coraploto a contract ho has
thero. Ho expects to go from thero
to Seattle, his former homo, whero
his brother Is mayor. Mrs. Cotterill
has been In Scnttlo for tho past
month.
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OPERATORS
STRIKERS
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl , April 25.
Eighteen wlroloss operators, re
cruited from the steamers Aztcr,
Bear, Beaver, Parnlso, Multnomah,
Kl Scgumln, Itnnnlol nnd Pleiades
aro added today to tho forces of tho
operators on strlko ngatnst tho Mar
coni company all along the cont.
Two of thu recruits to tho strikers
war were gnlned here only after n
sharp battlo of wits between Inter
national President Konouknmp of
the telegraphers' union nnd Superin
tendent Irwin of the Marconi com
pany nt tho gangplank of thn steamer
Multnomah. Just beforo tho boat
wu due to sail for Portland yester
day afternoon Konenknmp Induced
Operators Nlelson nnd Peters to quit.
Irwin hustled up two strikebreaking
operators to replaco them, and arte,
a spirited clash with pickets the re
liefs wero hurried aboard and the
ship sailed three hour late.
Konenknmp said teday: "The men
nre well satisfied with the progress
of tho strike. They did not expect
any boats to bo tied up before next
week nnd they feel oncotirnged nt the
delaying of the Multnomah. We will
be lu excellent shape Monday for a
long fight.''
Koneukump Is Informed that the
strike Is progressing well at Seattle.
BLOW SAFE INHEART
OF
TREAT IN STORE
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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. April 25.
By blowing tho safe in tho Hoff
man cafe. In the heart of tho busi
ness district, with nitroglycerine and
then making an exit In record time,
cracksmen secured J 030 early today
without being seen by a single per
son, so far as known. The whole
Interior of tho cafe was wrecked.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 2ft.
One ot tho most unlquo outduor
entertainments ever planned will ho
staged on tho ocean bench here Sun
day afternoon when tho Indoor
Yacht club, lu an attempt to survu a
double purpose, ,lves tho greatest
free show In Snn Francisco's hlstoi
The mnln purpose ot thn ynchtlats
sailors Is to show the natural ndvnu
tnges of the city's great natural play
grounds on thu shore of tho Paritie
ocean, but tho more nppenllng pin
poco Is to glvo the poor "kiddles" of
the City a regular tliuo without a
penny of cost bc)ond their car fare
Every form ot sport that can he
conducted In tho open or lu the
water has been arranged for. Includ
ing swimming a nil boat races, auto
mobile races, Indies' and gentlemen's
horse race, field and track events,
aviation, baseball, vaquoro stunts, a
btt or vaudeville nnd plenty Of music
While the sports nre going on tho
Indoor yachtsmen will puss through
tho crowd distributing candy, fruits
and cakes to tho yolingstcrH. Twenty
thousand bags of candy and hundred
ot pounds ot fruits will bo given
nwn.
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BUT GET ONLY $60
STOCKTON, Cal., April i!ft. After
cutting nil oleitrlc light and tele
phono wire leading Into town, steal
ing thn only niitoinrihttrt available to
pursue them and abandoning It on
the outskirts of town, three robbers
dynamited the Union nufo Deposit
hank nt l.orUoford early today. They
went discovered lu the midst of ttinlr
plundering by cIIImmim who had been
aroused by a night watchman, and n
battlo lu which about 10 slmta wore
fired followed.
The robbers hastily grabbed about
00 lu silver and fled In their own
automobile, overlooking about $1(WI0
lu another compartment ot tho safe
they had blown up. They fled In
the direction of the mountains with
a posto in pursuit
.
HAI.EKIII, N. ( April 2ft.-Tim
Ituloluh News and Observer, tho
newspaper owned mid edited by Hoe
rotary of the Navy Daniels, lias iinf
fered tho complete iloaliMrtlnn of Its
plant today by fire, Tho loss has
not been eattmated.
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MAJORITY OF PORTLAND
ELECTION CLERKS WOMEN
PORTLAND, Ore., April 2.-.. With
the closing of contract for election
board in the 157 precincts it was
found that thnn mure fifty ircruccut
of tho clerks und officials will be
comjwsed of women. Tho majority
of the women will serve on the tiny
boards hut n number hnve taken po
sitions ns night judges and nlerks.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Eight fluo puro bred
Poland China sows, or will ex
chango for oo,ts. Berkeley Oi
cbards. Tel. l-F-21.
WANTED Second hand refrlgerat
or; must bo In good condition,
prlco reasonable. Phono 130-R.
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DETROIT. Mich , April 2R. -Ty-
rus Cobb, tho sensational outfielder
and batsman of the Detroit Tiger,
who has been holding out for nn an
nual salary ot lft,000, conferred se
cretly hero at noun today with Frank
Navln, 'ownor of tho club. Before
going Into tho conference Cobb said
ho expected to sign a contract within
an hour.
DRINK
HABIT
RKI.IABIiE HOME TMIATMKXT.
Tho OIUIIXE treatment for the
Drink Habit caul bo used with abso
lute confidence. It destroys all dt
slro for whiskey, beer or other alco
holic stimulants. Thousands havo
successfully used It nnd have been re
stored to lives of sobriety nnd useful
ness. Can be tilyen socrotly. Costs
only $1.00 per box. If you fall to
got results from ORRINE after n
trial, your money will bo refunded.
Ask for freo booklet telling all about
ORRINE.
I.EO.V It. HASKIN'K
1MT O wonder butter Is so high.
Particular women who aro
loath to use lard or cooking but
ter in their cakes and fine jxistry,
use tabic butter, v With butter at
the price you have to pay for it,
that's downright extravagance. CoUolcne
is just as good as butter for pustry; for
frying, it is better. And Cottdlcnc costs no
more than lard. Moreover.
Cottolene
is richer, and two-thirds of a pound of it will
go as far as a full pound of butter or lard.
And lard and CoUokno are not to be mentioned in the'snme
breath, for Cotlolatc is a vegetable product, healthful, always safe
and makes digestible, rich,
but never greasy food.
Remember, Cottolene is better
than butter, better than lard
and much more economical.
TRY THIS RECIPE,
Fried Oyalcra-
use large oysters; parboil a moment
to dry out some of the Juice to pre
vent spattering during the frying. Lay
them in seasoned bread crumbs, beaten
egg and again in bread crumbs, then
brown n few at a timo in deep, smok-ing-hot
CoUolcne.
Msdo only by
THE N. K. PAUU1ANK CO.WANY
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BOSTON RED SOX
CALL UPON PRESIDENT
WASHINGTON, April 25. Tho
members of tho Ronton lied Box, who
nro plnyinir liere this nflernoon, vis-
jited the whitu house today nnd hliook
liandu with Prubiduiil Wilson.
1000 Rooms Wanted
In order to accommodate the pooplo attending tho Odd Fcllous
Grand Lodge and Itcbckali Assembly to bo held In Medford May
20-21-22.
Fill out printed blank below and mall to John A. Perl, Sec.
Room Committee, not later than April 30, In order that list can bo
classified.
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We will havo rooms avatlablo from May 20 to 23 as
follews:
.......nooms with bath por day for ono per
son; ................per day for two persons.
...Rooms without bath - per day for ono
person; ................per day for two persons.
Street and Nuumbor....... ..
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CONCERT
Medford Orchestral Club
ORCHESTRA OF TWENTY
Assisted by
Mrs. Florence nalliday-lhtiglit, Contralto
Mrs. Cr. T. Wilson, Koader
Quartette Mrs. La Mar, Miss Hancn, Fletcher
Fish, Br. Howard
'Accompanists Mrs. Jrcna Isaacs, Mr. Fred
Alton Haight
Given under auspices High School
At High School Auditorium
Friday, April 25, 8 p. m.
Tickets on Sale at High School Friday Night
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