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HOflTON. May 38. With tbo liopo
of tiriliKliiR tho trial to n close thts
week, Jwlgo Croty today naked
both the tttvxcutton and tho defenso
ta expmllto matters In tho rnsos
ngnlhrt William M. Wood, head of
the Woolen trust Frederick Attenitx,
and l)an Collins, citnrged with
planting dynninlto to discredit tho
Lawrroico toxtllo strikers. It U
lirohnblo n night session wilt bo he'd
D. J. Mnhoney, nn cmployo nt
Wood's homo In Andover, testified
today regarding conferences then
between Wood. Atteaux. President
Green of tho Pacific mills nt Ijiw
rrnce and nccnts of the American
Woolen company's mills.
District Attorney Pellctlcr openly
charged that Orvllto Kcddlck, n
chauffeur and n vatuahlo witness for
tho state, Is being kept out of tho
Jurisdiction of tho court Hcddlchs
Is employed by Wood, but tho de
fenso stoutly denied Polletlcr's alle
gation. Fred Chandler, a Justice of tho
peace of Lawrence, described meet
ings between Wood, Atteaux and
pthcr mill owners.
THREE POLITICAL ENEMIES
NOW ON SAME PLATFORM
ORDERED OFF HOTEL
Nn longer will the Mcdfonl Hotel
bo the only schooner ringed hotel in
the northwest, for tho wireless mnsU
tlmt nt present adorn the structure
uro io he removed. This lenvea the
U. S. Grant Hot) nt San Diego the
only schooner rijyd hostelry in the
Officials of tho Federal Wireless
Telegraph companv nro in Mcdfonl
to dismantloior rather unmast tho
hotel, as tho wireless nppartus is no
longer needed, " (ho Jnrgo plant near
Central Point supplanting it. The
latter institution has been found am
j)lo to fulfill nil needs, itn siicnor
wire surface rendering tho smaller
hotel plant unneeded.
THREE YEAR LEASE FOR
JAPS MEETS OBJECTION
SAN FRANCISCO, Cul., May 2S.
Although tho public is eagerly
awaiting knowledge of tho form of
initiative petitions which nro being
prewired by tho Anintio Exclusion
league iii orvder to jilace a substi
tute measure for tho Webb law be
foro the people, President Olnf A.
Tvcilmoe today declared that it will
bo several duB before n rcixnt is had
from tho experts who are drafting the
Tveitmoc unys Hint great care is
being taken to have tho petition ab
solutely free from technical dofcclx,
and nlsn to have it comply with nil
The opposition of tho league to
the Webb alien land law is based on
tho thrco year leasing clause, which
it is claimed would permit the inde
finite leasing of land by Japanese.
Edith Cowles Is Bride.
SAN DIEGO, Cnl.f May 28. Miss
Edith A. Cowles, daughter of Ad
miral C. W. Cowles, commander of
tho Pacific RUudrou, is tho bride
today of Lieutenant Leo Sahtn, chief
engineer of United blntes cruiser
South Dakota. They wcro married
last night nt tho Hotel Del Coronado.
TACOMA, Wnh., Mnv 28. -Dur-
lug the fiiMl four month' of UUil tin
lumber cut nud shipments of the var
tons mills of the uortliwot have ex
ceeded the tiimincs of the corres
ponding period of 11)12 hv n big mar
Bin. Hefore Ihe members of the
West Coo-H Lumber Muuufm'liirotV
association at the monthly meeting
here, C. Milex, manager of tho as
sociatiou, read n report showing that
the cut of the ninety milU of tho as
sociation for lite four mouth of 1013
was 170,000,0110 feet in excess of tho
eorrcsH)iiding period lnt year, nil
increase of 2-Hi wr cent.
The shipments from these mills for
the first four months of the present
year is shown to be 120.000.000 feet
in excels of the business for the cor
responding period of last year, or n
gain of 10 per cent.
WORKMAN FALLS FROM
NEW OAKLAND BUILDING
Julie Ring at Page Tonight
OAKLAND, Oil.. May 28. Jow
Chatcl, an ironworker, was fatally in
jured today when ho fell from a
platform on the new Knhu building
and struck on tho roof forty feet be
low. He received n fractured nrm
nml internal injuries.
(lintel was assisting to adjust into
position a huge tank when ho lost
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w1 BscfKIES TOV'
When Theodore Roosevelt, Wllinm
R. Hearst and Governor William Sul
zcr stand on the same platform nt
Cnnicgio Hall New York, May 28, to
scak for direct primaries against
Tammany Hall and the state demo
cratic organization the old adage
that "polities make strange bedfel
lows'' will have n forcible illustra
tion. Now Governor Sulzcr, independent
democrat; Roosevelt, leader of the
progressive, and Hearst, creator of
the judepcudence league, will war on
Murphy and William lianics, Jr., the
republican state leader, who is also
blamed by them for the defeat of the
direct primary hills.
E TUX LAW
SAFE FROM ASSAULTS
DR. VAN DYKE CHALLENGES
A 'HVPBPrTlJlJ f JJV
Dr. Ilonri' Vnn Dyke, professor of
litornturo nt Princeton University,
mid long ft prominent Presbyterian,
has challenged his church organiza
tion to "ry ft prown man" for what
some members cull heresy, rather
than hia son, who has just been or-
tfaiued. . . J
WASHINGTON, May 28. Double
riveted, air tight, bomb proof and
safe from any assaults! That Is tho
condition of tho now Income tax
law, according to its author, Hcpro
sentfltlve Cordoll Hull, of Tennessee,
Ho says the bill Is absolutely Im-
pregnablo against attack In the
courts. It has been drawn with such
care, Hull declares, that no high
priced corporation lawyer can pick
a flaw In II which might Imperil Its
enforcement. Itcports that the now
law was to bo letted In tbo courts
have reached cougross. Hull and tho
members of tho houso ways and
means commltteo which drew tho
new law declare that It such attempts
nro inado they will moot with signal
failure. Thoy assorted there was lit
tle ground for alarm that such legal
methods would be resorted to, and
tho constitutionality of tbo wholo
tariff bill was not endangered. Thoy
admitted, of courc, that if the In
come tax feat tiro of tho Wilson-
Undorwood bill wos declared void by
the courts, tho wholo tariff bill would
go by tho board and necessitate re
enactment of an entirely now meas
ure by congress.
Prices Paid ly Dealers
CAULI FLOWER 75r$ 1.25.
HONEY 1015o lb.
CIDER 230 gal.
CIIICKENS-Hcns 1012 alive;
nUNCII STUFF 20(v0c a doz.
HOGS Dressed, 8Vdc; alive 7c.
STEERS Alive. Cc.
COWS Alive, flGc.
VEAL Dressed, lie.
POULTRY Mixed -diickcns, 10c:
springs, 12e: dressed. 12(J!l-lc.
Hay nml Grain
HAY Vetch, $11 ton; grain, $13.
PAULEY $27 ton.
Julie Ring, late star of the Yankee
Girl and a sister of lllnucho Ring,
who takes tho lending part in the
playlette "Tho .Man She Mel," at the
Page Theater tonight, when ad
vanced vaudeville will make its ini
tial how to Mcdfonl. There will bo
AUTO TURNED AROUND
BY LIGHTNING'S FORCE
Li;WlSTON, Idaho, May 28.
Through n peculiar prank of light
ning in striking tho automobile u
WILL PROVE COSTLY
HACIlAMKNTO, fill., .Mnv UH.
That Hie xlirinktigo, loss of flaior and
decomposition of frorcu meats will In
the long run make (hem more expen
sive than the home produet, although
oiigiially Ihoy mo hnver by nhoiil
three eenls u pound, Is Ihe uiraigu
inent of the meals being Imported
in large ipmnliticii from Australia,
made (odav hv Statu Veleriulau Keaii.
"Housewives who floek to Ihe
butchers Io liuv Auslrallau fmren
iiieati," stud Koaii, "in tint belief (hat
tho meal will reduce (ho cost of liv
ing me deluded ami they will soon
find this Io be true, Frozen meal
has a big shrinkage when thawed and
becomes soft. The Juieo runs out
nud thts mum than offsets llio cheap,
or price.' It iiln becomes1 tallied
Tho recent revival of Gilbert and
Sullivan's 'lolanthe" In New York
proved hluhly successful,
FOR LONG BEACH VICTIMS
W carry m vrrv cvminlat II... ..
dmiwrlm, fcn eurulim. ruturrp. tc..
mi ou Mil cUrpkii or iimiolNirlMtf. A
iirci.il nmn in iuok ur una work
ojclunUfly mill will ulvn uoml
ppcel.ll nmn in look lr IIiIp work
Woek3 & McGowan Co.
LONG IIIUCII, t'nl, May 28 -Mi'iuorlal
servlres will ho hold In all
Limit lleach rhurches lliiniliiy for tho
letlnm of Inst Katurday's collapHo at
tho muulelpnl uudltorlum, which car
ried Hourly two score of persons, to
Tint coroner's ury InvesilKittliut
tho ratastropho was o.ipcctutl to Con
llutio Its work today, It Is expected
that a venllct may ho icnchcd bnfnro
tho end of tlio weok.
Tho count)' iti nud Jury has com
pleted an oxtiaustlvo cxumlnntlnn ot
tho denthplt, and photoKrnphs for fu
ture uw) have been miido of tho rutiis,
kIiowIiik tho manner of construction
of tho portion that collapsed,
The moHl fertile soils of the Hiicra
menlo valley, with n tested water
I.'nsy to pay for rendy to farm.
A visit will roiivlnro )ou.
Address; Kamuel McUurdy, llesl
dent Malinger, Orlaml, California.
Itecoiiimetidod by C. W. Illlt, tint
lllbto man, Medfonl. Ore.
HALTED BY STRIKE
SHATTLi:, Wash., .May 2S. Own
ers of Independent fishing boats nro
banded together hero today for th
Botli roproaontfttivo of tho wholo-
nomo cordial spirit of tho West
mid tho host in hotol sorvico
which they wcro riding. Charles V. first tlmo In tho history of tho In
Green Is suffering from severe In
Juries and his wife and sister-in-law
aro slightly bruised today. Tho
shock turned tho automobile com
pletely around, throwing tho occu
Uesldes a cut on tho hear rcnulr-
ing ao sutcnes tlio lightning caused , troioray.
a burn on Green's left arm vxteudlng
from his wrist to his back. '
duitry In tho North Pacific to meet
tho demands ot tho fishermen's union
us a unit. Tho organization Is tho
direct result of tho Ceiiinuds made by
tho union miui mostly for n greater
jper cent of tbo catch. All sehoouera
'nro temporarily tied up by tho con-
Tho l-'rlul Hchoff Opera company
has Just been Incorporated with a
Mall Trlbuiio's clas.UIcd ads bring capital stock of Jto.000.
Both under tho nianagomout of tho
CORK $25 ton.
With Medford trailo is Medford made
ROCK ISLAND JOINS WITH
SANTA FE IN BIG PROJECT
SAN DIKGO, Cul., May 28. It
wn announced here today that tho
Rook Island and Santa 1-V railroads
would join hands in the construction
of u line from Tucson, Arizona to Han
Diego, Tho line is to run from Tue
sou to Needles, theneo down the
Colorado river into tlio Imperial val
ley, nud (lieu In San Diego via Ban
Felipe Pass. It is slated also that
tho two roads have closed negotia
tion for tlio San Diego and South
Eastern, tho shuibaii lino riming from
Legal blanks tot sulo at the Moll
Tribune office. tf
Our shore has not teen
crowdsd and packed with
eagsr buyers an any time.
The wax we avoid such
calamity is by giving our
customers at all times tks
right styles and merchandise
at the right pries.
Our customers have learn
nsd that thsy can walk in
to our store st any time
they heed ahything and Luy
it at the right price with
out having to wait for a sale
to purchase what thsy nesd
now. Hence our trade is
regluar ahd sure and it is
unscsssary t iticur extra
help and advertising period
Those -who have not
formed' tho habit of bcin
one of our regular customers
do not realize the satisfac
tion, convenience and savin,'
they make in ihe course of a
year for their wearing ap
parel. Oct the habit and wo both
will make money.
Model Clothing Co.
THURSDAY IS BARGAIN DAY
f000 yards good Apron CJing
htims, last eoloi-s, salo Cp
l)riee M'hui-sday, a yard...."
CENTRAL AVENUE NEAR P. O.
fiOOOyards new Dress Prints
in dark and light colors, spe
cial sale priee, Thursday r
a yard tlC
Greatest Waist Sale
BE SURE YOU ATTEND IT
500 brand new Waists and Aliddy IJlonscs made in
tho most up-to-date styles of the best materials,
values ui) to $2.00, bargain day price, Q- OA
Every Suit and Coat
We have about I0 Suits and '10 Coats left in stock
we want to dispose of these quickly Thursday, wo
will give you your choice Third Off
cum Powder a
Thread, (i for
0 o 1 1 o n, a
Challie, a yard
FREE Savo Your Salo Slips and Get Wm. Rogers' Guaranteed Triple Plated Silverware FREE
Long Glove Sale
Knyscr's 10 button Lislo
and Chamois (J loves,
7fw grade, TJnu-s- lO
nay, a pair, tOL.
Kayser's 10 button em
broideried Silk Cloves,
$2.00 grade, . Q JO
sale price PCj
Warner's Corsts fitted
with two pair hose sup
porters Thursday Op
a pair TtOL
AVarner's Uust Proof
t i i t i
lorseis in an tlio new
day a pair
TRADE AT HOME WITH MEDFORD TRADE IS MEDFORD MADE TRADE AT HOME
Lace and Embroidery Sale
Big assortment of new
Val Laces and Inser
tions, up to 20c val- Cp
lies, a yard 9v
New wide Embrodory
and Insertions, up A
to 25 values a"
New Shadow Laces and
Bandings .'15e val- JZa
ucs, a yard lat
New All Over 13 in b.
good patterns up tcO
$1.00 values, a ."0X
Underwear and Hosiery Sale
AV o in o if ' k SlcevtOess
Arests, very special
Boy's heavy ITose, fast
black, special a 01a
Aromen's and (Children's
fast black Hose A
a pair ,
all colors, very
special, a pair
WE PREPAY ALL MAIL ORDERS THAT CAN BE SENT BY PARCELS POST
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