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MEDITOKD MATH TOintWR MnmrOKt), OHKfflW, FUIDAV, .ICNK 27, III III,
" JACK JOHNSON
SAFER FOR GIRLS
Arrest Orcferfttl of Dlfl Smoke Who
FIeri In (jkfiito From Chloaflo Fol
kvni HCtlon (n Bail, Ostcnsl
1 lily Enrotitc to Russia.
Wwo False Moustache When He
Crossed Border Can Still Proceed
. ' to Franco Without Molestation.
'MONTREAL, Quo., Juno 27, On
(ho request of Secretary of Stnte
llrysn; tho Canadian Rrtveniincnt to
day ordered the arrest of Jnek John
son, the Amcricnn negro jirirefigliter,
'pending hi deportation as nn 'nn
defiirnblo immigrant," if he attempts
to remain in tho Dominion.
Johnson, who is here, fled from
Chicago, following the reduction in
his hail from $110,000 to $15,000, os
toDBihly en route to Ilnwdn.
Johnson wore a false moustache
.when lie crossed the bonier. The nn
'tliorities here pay tho big negro can
bo 'arrested and deported only if he
Attempts to stay in Canada. lie
did not cater the Dominion as on im
migrant but held through transpor
tation from the United States to n
foreign country via Canadn. If he
proceeds to France he will not bo mo
lested. Johnson declares ho will
sail on Tuesday.
MAN REPORTED DEAD
DENIES HIS DEATH
PORTLAXI), Ore., Juno 27. "No
sir, I am not dead. I didn't jump in
to the water at Seattle, leaving n
note to dislrnotcd relatives."
Thus ppako Archie Pottys of Port
land today and, in very truth, he
looked to be a resident of earth rath
er than of the land of shadows. Tct
tcys is inclined to think his friend,
Lc&lio Anderson of San Francisco,
is putting a joko over on him, but
cannot exactly appreciato tho deli
cate vein of humor.
Anderson nrrived in Portland to
day and denied vigorously that he
had left tho messago for Pottcys'
relatives. Pottcys said he and An
derson recently quarreled and that
Anderson later sent him some post
cards from Seattle.
BAI.T I.AK1C, Utah Juno i? -flirts
are snfor walking alone acrooa
the country than they aro when
working In department stores. Tho
Insults which they are ant to meet
In many stores aro totally absent
when they are on tho road." ,
These aro tho conclusions or the
Misses Frances Leach, IS. and Mnry
Coyne, 23, fcmlnlna glob trotters,
who are, walking from Denver to San
Francisco via tho old Midland trail.
They are not attempting to make nay
speed records, having left Douver
May 12. They loft Urand Junction.
Colo., on their western trip a fow
Tho girl declare that tholr effort
Is merely preliminary to a moro ex
tended pedestrian tour later. If thoy
succeed they will remain on the
coast for several months and then
attempt to walk back to the Atlantic.
"My muscles nro hard as nails.
laughed pretty Miss Leach today.
"A month's walking out In tho open
air did that. Wo both worked for
our living In n department storo In
Denver, and became so run down In
health that wo decided a trip of this
kind was tho only thing that would
permanently restore our health.
When wo started I could scarcely
walk two miles n day, and now I can
do fifteen and got fat on it.
Tho girls finished tho first leg or
their long Journey Denver to Grand
Junction, Colo., a distance of 475
miles. In threo weeks time and ar
rived In tho latter city fresh and un
wearied. Although both girls have
always gono armed, each carrying a
small revolver, thoy dcclaro they
have been subjected to Insult on'y
STEEL OFF 10
JOHNSON AT TENNIS
USELESS TO GIVE HUSBAND
A BEATING SAYS WIFE
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl., Juno 27.
"Couldn't j-ou get some one to hunt
him up and give him a good beating,
that would mnko a man ont of him,
instead of getting n divorcet" was
Ike question Superior Judge Dnnnc,
sitting for Judge Graham, asked Ger
trndo Moody, abking for divorce from
Clifford Wright Moody, on the ground
"Useless," said tho wife, and
Judge Dunne granted the divorce.
LONDON, Juno 27. In the fourth
round of the English lawn tennis
championships at Wimbledon today,
Watson, of England, defeated Wnl
laco Johnson, of America, in threp
straight sets, after tho American
player had taken tho first f-ct. The
scores wcro ,i-o, a-u, o-i, i-o.
Maurice E. Mcl.oughlin, of San
Francisco, the American chnmpion,
was pitted ngainst another American,
R. Norris Williams, of Harvard. Mc
Loughlin took tho firt two sets, (5-1,
G-4, but lost tho third to Williams.
3-fl. Thereujwn Williams retired
from the contest.
Willfnms' retirement was owing to
nn agreement to have McLoughh'n
represent America in the finals. To
day's match was regarded as merely
n practice game.
FRENCH AVIATOR FALLS
25D FEET TO DEATH
flupt. Will (1 Steel, of tho ('rater
I.nko National park Is In .Mcdfovd
on his way to assume office. I'nder
Instructions from the Department of
the Interior, ho mutt ho at tho pnik
July 1. There Is somo interesting
speculation as to what will hnppen
should Former Supor.ntcudcnt Arnnt
rcfuso to vacate, as ho has refused
to resign upon tho request of Secre
tary Lsne. Mr. Steel says ho has
full Instructions to cm or Buch emer
gency, but refuses to divulge CTioni.
In addition to tho $125,000 to ho
expended by the war dupnrtment this
season In road construction In tho
park, congress has appropriated
$"5t0 for Improvements under tho
direction of the superintendent,
which will bo expended In trails
down the crater and In other Im
provements. Mr. Steel states that good prog
rets is being made on tho roads In
Crater Lake park. The government
englncors In charge of tho work hau
a largo forco employed and moro
than n mile of permanent nilshway
has already been built.
".Mr. Steel has made application to
the government to send somo grav
squirrels to tho park as nn experi
ment. Thero aro now no squirrels
In .!) park except chipmunks and
as the gray squirrel ts n feature In
all eastern parks and become very
tame, they would bo nn added at
traction around tho lako and soon
Mr. Steel leaves Saturday for tin
park, going out on tho 1. & K. to
Derby, thenco by stago to Prospoit.
From hero ho will bo-driven to tho
paric ny James tiriove. The con
tinned rains will delay tho park sea
son which will probably not formally
bo opened until July 15, although
meals will bo served and accommo
dations supplied July 1.
Tho stone Inn at tho lako will bo
rushed to completion nt once.
AT BUTTE FALLS!
CONTRACT TO BU LD
BE FATALLY ILL
Chnlrmun .1 Frank Hughes, of the
date game ami fish euinmltoit nnd
Mnstur Fish Warden Kdwnrd Clan
ton, who were .appointed a commit
tee to report upon a proposed trout
hatchery ut llutto Falls, visited Unit
rlty Thursday and were very favor
ably Impressed both by tho slto of
fered and the facilities In proipoet,
Thoy pronounce 111k Hutto Ideal fot
tho purpose as well as tho pretlluit
stream In Oregon. Mrs. Hughes ac
companied bur husband. ,
At llutto Falls tho Inspection pnr-j
ty wore shown two slte, one on
each stdo of tho rlvor, each nbo'tt
half a mllo ntiovo tho city, by Man
ager MHIs, representing tho Dowlng
timber Interests, who mndu tho of
fer. A third slto has been offonul
some threo miles above and a fourth
by Kdgar llnfor nt tho mouth of
Four-Hit creek. Time was too lim
ited for Inspection.
Supterlntcndont Wilson of hatch
cry construction will bo sent livn
within a week to makn a moro onrn-
fut examination of tho vnrlnus site,
as well as of tho Nik Crook hntch
ory, and mnku compnratUe estimates
A hatchery will Involve tho Invest
ment of sovcral thousand dollars,
furnish steady employment for sev
eral men mid Insure tho restocking
of loral streams with trout. nH well
is bo a greot show plaro for llutte
BODY OF NAVY AVIATOR
FOUND FLOATING IN WATER
CHALONS. France. Juno 27.
Falling 250 feet whllo testing a
monoplano, Maurice Foulqular was
instantly killed here lato today. He
was an experienced biplane pilot but
this was his first flight In n mono
BALTIMORE, Md., Juno 27. The
body of Ensign llillingsly, tho nnvnli
aviator who was killed in nn aero
plane flight near Annapolis nnval
academy last week, was found today,
flouting on tho water near the place
where his machino btnick.
MILLION AND A HALF
ESTATE LEFT BY HOBART
PATERSON. X. J., Juno 27 An
estato of $1,4G7,9C2, yielding an an
nual lncomo of about $100,000, was
left by Garrett A. llobart, lato vice
president of tho United States, ac
cording to nn accounting presented
today to tho surrogato's offico hero
by tho trustees.
COPPER RIVER RAILROAD
MAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT
CORDOVA, Alaska. June 27. L.
M. Price, Mtpcrintciidcnt of bridges
of the Copper River railroad, is dead
hore today following the wreck of a
inolor speeder when it struck a horse
near l'lnckhurtic. Price nnd (Jcn
ernl Siqicriiitcndi'nt Cnleli Corner
were riding on the hpeedcr. Corner
ccncd injury by jumping.
KID PLAGG MAY MEET
FRANKIE BURNS NEXT
SAN FRANCISCO, Pal., June 27.
Kid Plngg, the Knn Joaquin Val
ley lcightwcight, may bo selected to
meet Frankie Hums before tho Oak
laud Wheelmen next mouth. Mulclt
makcr Rohan luw undo Manager
Wolff nu offer ntid tho hitter will
givo liiri answer tomorrow. Plngg
Iiiih never crfonncd hero hut ho ha
made quite n reputation in the ul
ley. ROOSEVELT GETS PERMIT
TO PACK A WEAPON
Arsenical poisoning for Krafshop
pers Inn been resorted . to on nn
oxtonMvo settle by the lloguo ltlvor
Ciinnl company to mvu their orthsrd
on the so'CiiIIimI dundrt friuu grass
hoppetii. As n leiiult mllllomi of
graslioipor mo dead and lh
round Is strewn with tho dond and
tho d)tug hoppers.
Ileo tuvit havo boon busy nuivlux
lllvi'S from tlm vlolnltv for fiuir llwil
tho poison may kill the Ween, Uiomthi
this Is unlikely. Nevertheless, tho
npinnsis io not intend to tnko n
Chief Deputy (litmo Wnrdou Hundr
made nn Inspection of tho district
Thursdny to find out whether uuiir
nnd game birds hud Veen iiffpetetl.
but was unable to find a single do ul
Tho hatch of graibopHir U the
IiIkkosI In 'ars. Th wet wostlmr
prevents deutriietlou by tire, the
iisunl moans nnd It Is either a tpio
tlou of poison or stripped orohurdt.
Jllle. Mlgnon Newuhi made u stu
eos ul her first uppitirniico before it
Purhditit luidieiiee in "It llurliiere."
Contracts were let Thursdny b
by tho ItoHiio River Fruit ntiil. Pro
duct asstitilittlon roiMlm ttjiuitrunllou
of a pre-ronltug plum with n caita
city of 101) ours stiimuc TUo hulhl-
liiK w cost f lU.QiM), will he 0'
two torlN In helttht. Iiitvw cohcrei
fouudstlou. tile walls nod mlllwoik
Interior. It will bo loratsd ut the
JiiuctJoii of tho Hilt nnd llnrrliiiHii
lines, ut tho north rlty limits, wlh
trarh faclllttos fnim onch.
It. J. Stewsrt win Mwarded tho
routruet for tho IiiiIUMiik; Clllmi
Clitunhers Co. for tho cork limtnlhi
tlou;, tlie Vitlenn Iron WuiU tor tho
mfrlKonitliig pltuit; tho l).nnlsoii
com)Hin.v, of Portlaml, for tho ttttsM
Tho first floor will ho finished sud
uulppod for iifrlMtrntlng 00 can
of fnt.lt. The MHstud floor will '
iimhI for dry skumko. A ssHlon.
JlNid, nt tho north ond. will lis uti
for nporatlHK, packlnn and reviv
ing fruit. Under It. In too basement,
will bo loeated tliB mnehliiorir.
Iloiuls fur tho building wore ap
proved by tho stockholders.
Illlllo llurho will uto "Thn
SOIIk" llBNllI UOXt SHIISOU
V. J. llnosry, rH'(Mil,v iiiljudgi'd
iimunii mid nu liiMiiito of Ihu (JrcHOii
liiwiiio ii'vliiRt, U ipoluihly dilnlly
III from dlnhstU, noconliug o lottms
rwohfil Itv Idx dutinhlpm rrm lis
innwvw 1'or aonio lluiu .Mi. Heotoy
iM il H llUtfiiHK sort! mi Ul letf
wfiieli hit dHvclupcd gniigrtMie.
The MUms Itoom-y Hindi' aiqiHen
tloit tfi tliB ertnuly oonrt I'lidity to Iw
sent to visit thsli' nttlior njid Im with
li in mid t'ounlv .Indue Tou Wile pur
chased ticket o Hrtli'in fur tlisiu,
They leave l'Wilv ovwilng.
The women have enrrled out llmlr
M lioi's iiipoi4Non lo the enmity's
loud hiiihlluy opcinlioiis, hut IMduy
iirrendeii'd nod titueteil lh iwiut
Iv to irhiilld (he tetuni seordliig lo
nurteui(it- iiiiulf ln-l Miuler uiul
whodi Mr Itou-i-Y In It irtjiidiuli'd,
JACK DOUGLAS TO GO
THREE RUUNDS WITH ATTELL
SAN ritANCISt'O, t'i, .Iiiih !i7.
Jnek l)niihi, the Sun I'miii'luco
limit mil. i hclieiliiU'd In go I fii niiiiidi
'llh Yoiniif Alio Aitfll. or SI. lonU,
nl 'I'll km. F.nk, Mniilsiw. on .lulr !.
NEW YORK. June 27. Magistrate
Corrigan confirrayd roportu todny
that Colonel Theodoro Roosevelt and
District Attornoy Whitman have per
mission to go nnncd. Judge Corri-
gan said ho "took a ohuiieo" when
Warner Oliind has been engaged by tho pemiitH were issued and did mt
Robert Campbell to play Robert Hit- demand ccitificntcH of good charae
liard'fl nle in "A Fool Thoro Was," 'tor.
when thnt play is sent on tour noxtj
(With Medford trado Is Mcdford mndo.
On the Fourth of July
.you'll want ts bs appropriately ahd comfortably attired. No
matter whers you celebrate the day, you'll feel like a gentleman oh
pleasure bsnt, if you wear ons sf our handsome,
Cool Summer Suits
We are dsalers of the finest of cletltes, ready-to-wear. Our
garmsnts ars scientifically tailered to draps your form and look llks
good clothes should look. Their elegance cf workmanship, fabric
ahd styls, is never surpassed not sveh at double sur price by
the highest class custom tailors. Have us show you the models 4
ahd 65. The one place in tQwn where jqu can buy dependable
high grade merchandise and know you are paying the right pries.
Model Clothing Co.
Dept wajst and Hosiery Clearance
Q0 M.M. Dept.
CLEARANCE OF ALL SPRING AND SUMMER WAISTS BEGINS SATURDAYEVERY ONE TO BE CLOSED OUT AT ONCE. WHEN YOU SEE THESE OFFERINGS YOU
WILL, SAY, "WELL, I CAN GET TWO FOR THE PRICE I EXPECTED TO PAY FOR ONE." BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THIS SALE YOU MAY HAVE AN ASSORTED
OUTFIT OF P.RETTY SUMMER WAISTS FOR ABOUT THE MONEY YOU EXPECTED TO PAY FOR HALF THE NUMBER OF GARMENTS.
5J) Every $1.23 Waist in the storo has
boon out to 59. These offerings are made
from the best India linen and Persian lawns,
lace and embroidery trimmed; in every re
spect worthy of your attention; less than
half price to close; all sizes, 32 to 44.
98 Every $2.00 and $2.50 Waist in the
storo reduced in price to 98. To miss tin
opportunity like this is really extravagance;
values worth $2.00 and $2.00, only f)S:
sizes 32 to 44. Every Waist out on tables,
marked in plain figures.
Ladies Wool Dross Skirts, large selection,
$1.49 Every $3.50 Waist in the entiro
store has been brought out and placed on
the sale tables at $1.49. Dainty tucks,
niecklin laces and insertions, medallion ef
fects; beautiful styles and effects.
S2.49 We have priced ovovy $5.00 Waist
in the store at $2.49. Thin storo has nlway?
been the shirt wtist center because the wo
men folks know the prettiest and newest
waists are always found here; sizes 31 to 42.
10- INFANTS' HOSE 10-....
25c lace lisle infants'-Hose, 4 to 4 sizes,
only f .."...10
9SUMMER HOSIERY SALE 9
We have just roceived another shipment of
those splendid fast dye, seamless black Nose
for ladies. These stockings are the regular
25c hose, only they are seconds from the
mill, ;jifst a drop stitch here and there; it
really takes an expert to find tho defects;
serves and wears as well as regular 25c hose;
sizes 8V! to 10; on sale beginning tomorrow
morning and throughout the week, pair....9-
. N 10 WHITE LACE HOSE 10 -
We have about, eight dozqn laco lislo Hose
on hand, sold at 25c and 35c pair, closing out
extra bargains, at , 10$
, . .FULL STOCK
Ladies' Suits going at just y2 regular prices. Wash Ribbons, No. 1, 50 a bolt.
1S0 PLAIN LISLE COLORED HOSE
Those are full fashioned, double heel and
too; 8 (o 10 sizes; sky blue, willow green,
wine, dark and light grey, tan; sold in regu
lar stock at 35c, io close out 180
30 LADIES' SILK EMBROIDERED
Theso are regular 50c and 05c goods, em
broidered in colors and black dainty fig
ures; fast colors .' 300
Summor Parasols marked at npcclcal prices.
. Department Store
FOR GOOD GOODS
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