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MDDT7QIIT) MATT, TRTBUNE. arEDFOKP. OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 28, 1i)IH.
10 TOUR OF
VAUDEVILLE FEATURE OF CLAYTON ADBEW THTpAn?.
LAST EFFORT TO
(Sniffers or Fried GaRes
JlyMn, y,iitft MtKtnth Hill, :,tft,if
eJtX Jlinlon Cv.vSr(iM .ViijjiuiVi,.
Kvcryone liken filed cukes, or
crullers. Here's, u very Himcrlor
tcclpc. Follow cllrectluiH closely
hiiccchh Is certain.
BALL PLAYERS IS
vs y iC's x J x Ov v S. N
Wlillo Sox-Ginnts scoro nl .Toplin,
R. H. K.
Wliil o Sox 12 10 -I
Olnnls , 13 17 'J
wineries tiomipoii, ifciUi rubor
niitl Schnlk; llonriio, Frninmc mul
Snvetity-fivo persons will p, on
Hip muml-llie-world tour In lio. mmlo
liy llio Xow York Xationnls nnd the
I'rrsitlont Comi.koy of (lie Cliicnco
club lins nnnonnrctl Hint there will
lie fifty in his party wlicn the slonm
er pnih from Vancouver November
10, ninl the Gollinm delegation will
jinmbcr twenly-fivc. Ench tonnM's
fnro will nmount to nl lcnt $1..'500,
hut Micro will lie countless minor ex
penses in addition. Eneli plnycr will
lo required to post $300 lo piinrnn
leo his npjwnrnnce on the ship, hut
the money will ho refunded when the
Mnjrnntes Loosen Up
One-half of the check to cover the
transportation of the plohe-rirdlini:
liite Sox and (limits from Vancou
ver to Port Said has been delivered
into tho keeping of the, steamship
company, which hns contracted to
enrry tho sevcnly-five tourists to the
far cast. Several weeks nro the
first installment, $11,200, was paid
by President Charles A. Comiskcv of
the While Sox and Manager John J.
McfJraw of the Giants. At a sec
ond meeting of these bnsehnll men
on September 1C another check was
writ I en for $11,200. On October 10
Hie third nnd Inst payment of $22,
100 was made, tho total nmount.
$15,000, to he applied toward the ex
penses of the party lo Port Said.
That Ibis colossal undertaking is
one in which n fortune must bo ex
pended to carry out the plans Inld
down bj the promoting forces is evi
dent from the fact that bolh Comis
kcy and McGrnw will be prepared to
write ndditionnl checks for $100,000
more to defray expenses from Port
Said through tho Inst laps of the
NEW YORK. Oct. 28. Assorting
that ex-Slule Senator Stillwell of
cw York, now serving a term in
tho Sing Sing penitentiary, was
threatened with nsasMtmtion if ho
"squenled'' on Tammany, ex-Governor
William Suber today mado n
fresh batch of charges against the
men responsible for his recent im
peachment and removal.
Stillwell, accused of bribery, was
given n clean bill of health by bi
fellow legislators, but was subse
quently found guilty in a criminal
court nnd sentenced to prison. Ac
cording to bulxer, SMlwoll offered
lo make a confession during the for
mer's term nt Albany, in which he
said other Tammnny men would he
exposed, if Sulzer would firt par
Sulzer replied, ho said, that the
confession ousht to come first. I'tmn
this, he declared, friends of Still
well told him that the prisoner wa
nfraid to make a confession while
in Sing Sing because he had been
warned Hint if he did confess "he
would not get out alive."
In support of his statement Sulzer
produced a letter, purposing to have
been written and signed by Stillwell
nnd containing the following para
"Uiavo been promised an earlv re
lease by agents of the dominant
power. Word was sent to me be
fore the recent political agitation
that tho pivernor would be im
peached and that my pneupt release
. UlAf. tZ. ,iJ- V ' - lajmr
II "feW Jm
GRAIJURYPROBES" PASSENGER ESCAPES " WORLD'S record for
KENTNER QUARREL m m ,N mm mm m m
PREVAILS IN KANSAS
SALIN'A, Kan., Oct. 2S. A heavy
suowbtorm prevailed throughout
Knnf-ns today. Snow was predicted
for Missouri tonight.
(Continued from page 1.)
tlie $21,000 shortage in tho boks of
ex-Sheriff Wilbur Jones nnd ehargrs
against H. C. Kentner, nrising out of
n bu.-iness di-agreement.
This morning Mr. Kentner nppenr-
TRUST COMPANY TO HANDLE c bof)ro ' R'l jury as n wit-
MILLIONS OF BREWER BUSCH . " ns ,1,d Mcrnck, his for-
ner associate in tho II. C. Koutner
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 2S. Tho will of company. Tho nllegcd shortage is
Adolphus Busch, tho mllllonalro named ns .1'J,000. Mr. Merrick fil
brewer who was burled Saturday will ed the original complaint in the nc
bo probated tomorrow, and will dls- tion.
poo of holdings aggregating 50,- A. G. Fuller of Grants Pass, in.
000,000, It was authoritatively stated dieted upon a statutory charge in
by family friends tonight, and also volving Myrtle Ilauscetn and Itent-
prcdlcted that a trust company would nco Knvannugh, girls in short
bo formed to handle tho estate. It Is dresses, was arraigned this morning
believed Charles Nagel. former Fecre-, nnd will plead tomorrow morning.
tary of commorco and labor, now at-' Mrs. William Stock of Grants
torncy for tho Dusch family, will , Pns, alleged to hnve engaged in un
head tho trust company. It Is bo- unmoral life with Herman Kggers in
Hevcd tho great bulk of tho estate this city, was also arraigned and
Somewhere between Portland nnd
The new grand jurv spent Mon- Glcndnle train Ko. 13 lost a pajatun-
day and so far today investigating "'"d lmiV!'-,"K?r Slonday night or
lit ii Inst effort lo save, the necks
of Frank Seymour and Mike Spanos,
tunieuced to die next Friday on tho
gallows at the state prison ut Sa
lem for the murder of George Ded
HHknloiiH In this city u year ago, At
torney 11. It. MeCuhe has tiled an
affidavit with Governor West in
which it Ik elaietud "third degico"
methods were itocd to exloit (he ser
ies of confessions from the pair.
The affidavit is by n gentleman
now in the state prison, who served
in the county jail when the cou
iltmncd men were watting trial, and
he sets forth the methods employed
by former Sheriff Jones and his assistants.
At Seymour's trial testimony re
pealed ill the eomiel's affidavit was
Introduced showing that water was
dropped on ii wash pan ut night
while n figure in n white sheet moan mean
ed: "Hear the blood drip! George I
George I Can't yon stop ill" This
operation, with similar ones, is main
tained to have unduly influenced the
Tho elinuee for life imprisonment
for the two is considered slim. Word
has been received ill this eitv that
Seymour, while in the death cell, has
been guilty of degenerate practices.
Spanos' hrhiiwor has been model,
but too lute. The petition asking
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tullrt,' H fttfltiimnl ntlk.
.Sift together, three times, the
Hour, KC baking lowilcr,muce and
salt. Add the tiugar, liuttcr and
milk tu the beaten cges and titlr
into the dry ingrctllcnts to make
n stiff dough. Knead slightly;
then cut with fried cnfce cutter.
Diop Into a deep kettle filled with
lint fat ; drain on tioft paper or
colander and roll in powdered
To fry lme f.it t muoklug point, turn
rrttllctn .cvrrul llinewlillr lrliiutoln
mira nil mrts Iwlug equally lljtht mid
lly nil iiienii, ncud for the K C CikV'
U)V-it's irf nitd ll iiuitalns VU jul
Midi npprllrfug HiIt, Srnd tho
color rderrtlfaMtr (McLrtl in 2S-ixiit cnui
to the JAQIMM Mid. Co., ChUiigo, umt
urilr imiue nnd itddrcn plainly,
early Tuesday. The conductor n-
ported this morning finding the berth
empty with the occupant's grip and
clothes. Tho iinme of the, passenger
The world's record for parking
apples is held In Medfurd and not commutation of the death seuteue
in Seio. Frank Isaacs is the holder, bus been rceciuM lv the governor,
and his record Is 110 boxes In Mx
LAND GRANT TO AID
(Contlnuod from I'ngo 1)
pended by Its ntnte highway com
mission In tho construction of per
manent highways within tho statu of
Oregon, one. of which highways shall
hours and fifty minutes.
A dispatch from Seio staled that
W. f. Dresbaek had broken llin rec
ord by packing 111 boxen in nine mid
will go to tho widow and children.
was not oven a dignified one. Ac
cording to tho police ronort mado to
President Hucrta, he climbed from a
scuttlo nnd over tho Intervening
roofs to tho consulate.
Ills resignation as a brigadier gen
eral in trio Mexican army had prev
iously been accepted by War Min
Hucrta announced that It would
bo at least a month before the offi
cial returns would bo in. Thfs
meant hopeless confusion for at least
a month longer.
Illiuxpiet or Gaiuboa
Humors wero current that Hucrta
planned to doclaro DIanquot or ex
Foreign Minister Gamboa president,
with himself as war minister. DIan
quot and Gamboa aro both under his
domination. With tho troops under
his control as war mlulster this domi
nation would bo complete. Tho
chango would not Improve tho situa
tion. It might snake it worse.
All reports Indicated a growth of
antl-Americnn feeling among Hucr
ta 'e followors.
Bumming everything up, It was
hnrd to seo how Intervention could
will plead in the morning,
Tho civil suit of C. H. Stark nnd
others of Ashlnnd against the Mut
ual Fire association ""r collection of
a $2000 M)liey is still being tried.
Tlie itibiiranco companv holds the
IIKSOMTIONS OI- cUNIiOI.ENCH.
Whereas, Almighty God has In his
Infinite wisdom removed by death
tho beloved son of our esteemed
- . policy is far in excess of tho nmount
Whereas, wo deeply sympathize destroyed in the confectionary store
with our neighbor and his family In ' fire last summer.
their sad affliction, thoreforo bo It.
Itesolved, by the members of Med
ford Camp No. 90, Woodmen of the
World, that wo hereby extend to
Neighbor Armstrong and his sor
rowing family our slncero sympatkloj
In their sad hour of bereavement, up smiling, Sherman; Knave, of dla
and be It further, imonds, Dell; Mr. Inglcsldo, Lucas;
Itesolved, That a copy of these ro- Mrs. Ited I'eppor; Phantom of tho
solutions bo spread upon tho inln-i opera; Tasto of apples; Whlto ljnen
utcs of this camp, a copy sent to the 'nurso.
bereaved family and a copy for- Non-fiction Camping and wood
warded to the newspaper for publi-' craft; Kophart; Dictionary of music
MEXICAN TANGLE POINTS
TOWARD PEACE CONCERT
WASHINGTON. Ort. 3S. IlcporU
from tho Ilrltlsh foreign office that
lend from somo main lino railroad Great Ilrltaln would do nothing In
point In Douglas county to somo tide tho Mexican situation now that tho
water pofnt In Coos county, and one 'election was held without consulting
shall lend from aomu main lino, rnll-'thu United States aroused Interest
rond point In Jackson or Josephlno 'hero today nnd added strength to
county to somo tldo wator point In tho persistent Intimations that tho
Curry county. , i American government plans a note
rlrt Hn7.tiHt"ciiurrh. t0 tho ,,0W,,r wh,ch mn rc8,,U ,n ft
Thn fnllntvln.- U , ,..nlr,.l nm. Ilu"1"11'" .'iciicnii policy
New Hooks nt Library
Thcso books have been added
tho library by gift and purchase:
Fiction Christopher, Prlco; Flvo
gram to bo given tonight at the lee
turo by Dr. It. W. MacCulloiigh at
the First Haptlst church. Kvery ono
most cordially Invited to attend:
Soprano solo, "Glvo Alms of Thy
Goods," Dontcmps, Miss Florence
Violin Obllgato, Miss lono Flynn.
Violin solo, "Hcrceuso From Joco
lyn," Godard, Miss lono Flynn.
Iioss Solo, "My Heart Oh Father,"
Drackett, Mr. II. O. Puruckcr.
At Christian Itevivitl.
Secretary Ilryan, when shown tho
London dispatches assorting that
Great Itrltaln's recognition of Pro
visional President Hucrta was given
to extend only until tho elections,
and stated such had been tho under
standing nil tho tltno.
In I'resldont Wilson's abionco no
thing could bu tlono until tho official
announcement from Mexico of tho
Consolation in solu
tion a cup of fine cof
fee. The bos f ilcfiiiiliou of
fine coffee is: Schill
What's a pound
worth f It depends on
how you valuts good
feeling and a sunny
Aroiuatlght cans nverfresh;
cleanly granulated; 40c a lb
To the Ladies
Comptroller Hays Nny
WA8IIINGTON, Oct. 27.-
A largo Monday night audience comptroller of tho treasury depart-
thousand an hour, Chester; Ho comes greeted Mr. I'utman last night nt tho mont decided today thnt tho bureau
unnsuan cniircu. no spoxo on mo
n. C. SlEVKItTSON,
II. G. SHICAItGK,
W. D. JACKSON,
and musicians, Grove; Home caro of
tho sick, I'opo; Tho house; Ilovlcr;
I Lyrics of sunshlno and shadow, Dun
I bar; Sanitation of public buildings,
Ono to Stand lietween, showing tho
relation of Christ na u mediator be
tween God and man. Many now
lights aro being thrown upon old
questions each night by Mr. I'utninn's
unique method of presenting an old
Much Interest was manifested at
tho meeting and thcro wero snvcral
additions. Tho meeting tonight
promises to bo of unusual Interest.
of Indian affairs cannot pay tho tuit
ion of Indian school children In California.
George Hcnrn, who Is returning to
America, has purchnsod tho lato Kd
win Abbeys pnlutlng "Lear and Cor
delia," with tho Intention of present
ing It to tho Metropolitan Art Mu
seum In Now York. Tho picture
fetched $25,200 nt tho McCulloch
sale In London this year.
How lo AtoIJ Tlioia Palm and Dlttrctt
Which o Many Mother I lava Suffered.
ll Ii a pity more womrn do not Vnnn
Of Muthrr'e rrlrml. Ilrr la a rrmrd)
that loftfni lb lutixlra, rnatilra ttirui to
ripani without anr (train upon It 1 1 jrat -inrnla
anil rnahlre worom tu kd thrmuli
tht ordxal without pain, nauara, tniirntns
altknrsa or any nf tbe ilrradrd axmiitoma
o familiar tu man inothrra,
Ttirr Ii no fmillah 1lt lo haraai the
mind. Tli" thought do net ilwrll uiton
pain ami auITTlni:, for all auch ar aroliM.
TJiomamU of wuuini no Inngrr rmttrn
thrtiulTra to thr Ihiiiicht that alrkn ami
dlitrna ari natural. TUry know hllrr,
for In Motlirr'a frlrn.t thrr harr round how
raa It la with Ihla wnncli-rf'il prnrtratlnt
rrmrdj to lianlali all IImmo ilrra.lil ni
rnm which harn htm talkrd about Tr
Inr memory ln-gan.
It I a auldrrt rrrry woman atioulil hi
familiar with, am) rrtn thoiuh ali mar
not miulro audi a rrtuntjr, aim will How
ml then met aoinn prnaprctlri' niothrr to
whom a won) In tlm itmut ilothrr I'rlrmt
will mm i a wonderful lilraaln. Till
famoua rrmnljr an. ij all tlrumilat . amt
la only f I no a holtlc It la for rilrrnal
un onlr. ami I rralljr world Ha weight In
rolil. Writ to-1ajr to tli llri((lrl, itnm
lator Co., I"7 Ijmar lllrtz., Atlanta, (la . fi r
a invit Taluibl buok tu vxpcvtanl uiulhrr.
rermlt mo to Inform you thnt I
hnvn rerelved tho latest styles for
Indies' Inllorlng, gowns nud bloue,
4iich ns will bo worn during tho win
ter seasons nnd I feel that a villi to
my establishment will provo Inter
esting to you. I gunrnnteo thnt tho
character of workmanship will bo nil
that you limy desire. I devote my
personal attention to each detail nud
nisuro )ou of not nlonn a correct fit,
but of a well finished gnrtuetit and
ono that carries tho lines thnt aro
mltablo to nur Individual needs.
My long experience and many satis
fied customers, glvo you ample assur
ance thnt you will bo suited In every
Soliciting your valued patrmingo.
Emma S. Myers
M. I At 11. IIMir. I'hono lri7.lt.
M. & M. DEPARTMENT STORE
CHINA IICIIII HTOIIi:
Trrsn herbs aro a blood tonic. A
positive euro for Liver, Lung, Heart,
Kidney, Stomach and Hi) w el troubles.
Cures Miliaria, Chills and I'over and
Itheumntlsm, A guaranteed euro for
Piles. No surgical operation re
I bail Motunrh trouble for year,
rnuilng dromlrnl condition. Aflcr
taking eight ilo.cn of Dr. Glut (.Iiihik
mrdlrliii) I vtn relletetl of nil trou
ble, MitH. it. f. iu:m(ii:it.
This Is to certify that dim Chung
cured mo of tho piles after 15 years'
standing and enn recomuiond him to
nnyoiin afflicted with them. G. M.
Dalryinplo, Chlco, C'al.
Jit H. Front
Died, at tho family resldonco on
FootB creek, Tuesday, October 28th,
William Adolbert Klllott, nged &5
years, 7 months and 18 dayB. Fun
eral services will bo held at tho
Weeks & McGowan chapol Thursday,
Oct. 30th at 2 p. in. under tho au
spices of the Medford Lodgo I. O, O.
V. Intorment, Odd Follows ceme
tery, Rev. K. O. Kldrldgo officiating.
Mr. Elliott was a natlvo of Illi
nois, Th r co years ago he moved from
Fairbanks, Iowa and engaged In tho
general mercantile business at Foots
creek. Ho had uoen a prominent
Odd Fellow for 30 years and was also
a member of tho Masonic order.
Ho Is survived by a widow, one son,
Frank E. Elliott of Medford, Oregon,
two daughters, Mrt, Charles V, Cham
pljnr and Mrs. L. J, MIIor of Foots
'creek, throo brother nnd two sisters
rasliljus I ii tho eaet... - ... .
TOMORROW WILL BE RED-LETTER DAY EVERY ONE CALLING AT THE PREMIUM PARLOR WILL RECEIVE $1.00
WORTH OP S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS FREE. NO PURCHASE REQUIRED.
Special Bargains in Every Department for the Entire Week
CHILDREN'S SWEATERS HOSE BOYS' CLOTHING
Grey, red trim, extra value 95 Lavender Top Lisle Hose, ladies', oxtra 3 JoyB' Norfolk School Suite, extra special
S. & J I. Green Stamps. value, seamless 35 values at $3.50
BATH ROBE BLANKETS '. ,. , '" ll' UmV . ,. hc,,lt : :, anclJC
All colors, include cords and frogs to match, f Sl"j Boot Hose, Muck and tan, linen 3 toy .gvoniH all hikch, pair 50
t ' C2 98 J,co' a1K 00, sea,,UCSH 25p - Jioys'' Wool Sluris, military, brown woolen,
S."& HI Green' Stamps" ' & & 3L j31'""- at cT7Tr"7; ci ?1,0
l SHOES S. & ll. Green Stamps.
All colors, 27 inch, regular $1.25 value, spe
cial at 87Mj
S. & H. Green Stamps.
GIRLS' WOOL SERGE DRESSES
Brown, red, navy, embroidery trimmed, at
S. & JI. Green Stamps.
R. & G. CORSETS, $1.00
Guaranteed lace fronts $3.00
S. & TJ. Green Stamps.
Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes, velvet or
leather tops, special $3.00
S. & H. Green Stamps.
Ladies' Brown Velvet Button Shoes, also
Brown Nubuck Shoes, special....:...$3.50
S. & H. Green Stamps,
' LADIES' SUITS
Ladies' Tailored Suits, navy serge....$18.50
Ladies' Tailored Suiis, navy sergo....$20.00
Ladies' Tailored Suits, navy serge ,.$25.00
S. & Tf. Green Stamps.
No. d0 Satin Jfibbon, all shades lit
S. & IT. Green Stamps.
NOTION DEPARTMENT BARGAINS
So Common Pins 3
5 Wire Hair Pins 3t
fie Pearl Buttons 3
Ho Hooks and Eyes 3
5c Sowing Needles , 3
5c Crochet looks 32
35c Misses' Supporters 10
Tomorrow, Wednesday the 29th, we will give double trading stamps on everything purchased in Suits & Coats
Thoroughly modern rooms
renting from $8.0Q to $15.00
Bjtthroom and Laundry
Gas and Electric Lights
217 Riverside So.
Now Crop of Seods Now
Seo us for best prices on all
other seeds for fall, sowing.
Monarch Seed &
220 E, Main