Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, November 15, 1913, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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MTJDb'OKI) MAIL TKUUJNK. MUDKORl). OIJKCIOK. KATTKIUY. NOVUM MW 1, HHJl.
ONE OF THE GIANT STARS WHO PLAYS MONDAY AT MEDFORD.
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PREPARATliTFOr r
GREAT BALL GAME W -
MONDAY COMPLETE JHlhi '
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COMMUNICATION.
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A Word of Apit relation
To (ho IMiter:
1 ini to eoiiipliinmt 'M nn oin
ulilo iiml putiiotic cililoiuil in tlu
Main Ttlliuno of the Mill iii-i. irltw
tio o the Mexican lititution. You
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Hint thin editorial could lie u'iiiI li
inoiy oltuen in the land. Would
Hint oxflry editor hud the courtine to
treat tluve KH'ut i-!!!' hi Mich a
frank mul Itoiitwi motuicr.
Your oi luil.x,
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xlfo, to 0. t CoMtow, wan Moil in
tlio count) elotkV officii thin iiioiii
Ihk. xtiewim: iiumiitioa or ir.:u:K.
mill mwotH xxoith fiom ffiO.000 to
$100,000. Tlio document HotH forlli
tlml "Wluuoni, T. It. Mtioililan of (In
putty of tlio flrt imit, In Imlolito'l
to illxoi-H pernon In routnlilnrnlilo
Hums ot money, xxhleh lio In nt men-
w l-li fill iiiiiililu to pay In full, mul Ih do-
kIioum to ronxoy all It lit ptopoilx foi
tlio benefit of nil lih ui'illtoi.M with
out any piofoionro or luloilty, otlttt
tliaii talit inoxlilotl liy law,' thin doul
of mwdmimuiit la uiuilo.- Itonnliuut
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T. R. Slicrltlan Bankrupt
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I New York Giants
' Xp( Monday promises to lie n
ilny mnoni; llus lmeball fans of
southern Oregon mul northern Cali
fornia. The weather nmn -ay "ituli-
cnnoiw arc gooit." Telegrams are
lieing reeeheil dnjly from outside cit
ies as far south ns Red Muff and
Ifedding nml north to Kiweburg, imli
enling wide interet mid n large at
tendance. The local committee hn plant
well ndvnneed. 1 the weather per
mits about fifteen of the local fans
will journey to Ahlnml Monday
morning nml bring the entire party,
including plner, their wie, and
newspaper men, to Medford in nuto-.
Hen Sheldon hn- charge of this part
of the program. Among thoe of
fering their alitor for (lie trip are:
Frank It. Ton Velle, Court Hull, Mo-c
Ilnrkdiill (two), O. V. Mycr. Chas.
1 Vomig. It. Ituhl, Ionian Orton.
Uijli Urevnrd. J. C. llnrne, H. C.
(Inrnctt, It. H. MeCurdy and lien
Sheldon.
The game will be called promptly
at 4 o'clock. Thi hn been found
necessary to ennblc innny of tlio fans
coming from southern ixi'mts to re
turn on tlio afternoon train.
Immediately after the game n com
plimentary luncheon will he tendered
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the hnt. Two halls nud two MrikilA
hud bcii cnlled rn the KhI So slm; t
ger him ilte wafted n met' M iw
otio right oicr the midillc of the plutt
"1'mpire Klein -aid 'hall.' Th
pitched bHll hit Mr. Speaker m th
"hurt rib- ami Ih went to fir-t bni'
Mr. MtOrnw wn er.v angrv. He
Chicago White Sox
Only Game in Oregon will be Played at
I Medford, Nov- 17
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the tiitors at the Medford hotel.! chance
Judge Colig' has nrranged thi- nf-iagn'-st
fair. Should any of the fan who
hate not nlrendy ninde rer,ntion
desire to particiate, thev hould -e
or communicate with Mr. Col vie be
fore tomorrow noon thnt he mity
know how manv to provide for.
The San FnincKeo K'tviliwr com
ment'! tliU" ou Timr-ilays gHine: I
''Muggy Ml'Grnw ami lii Oinate.,
and Jimmy Callahan with hi White i Mr. MiOrnw wrn- er.y angry. He
So engaged in a bnebnll battle m wnlked up to Umpire Klein and told J
the Oakland ball park etinln aft- him n uumber ot things wlmh the t
criioon. i iiiinnnu - mie o won t Aiuenciiu ungue umpire nun not een
by u eore of ." to 2. "U-pectotl. Klein cuiild mlv
Incidentally coast fan had a t 'out of tin L'iue ftr mui, MiUcnw
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A chanco to seo two of the best ball teams in the world at your own door. Soo
McGraw, Mathowfon, Doyle, Walter Johnson and other favoritos play in thin
game.
Reserve Tickets Now
The grand stand only holds GOO Of these, 300 aro rosorved for out-of-town
people and 3C0 for .Medford. They are selling fast; hotter got your tickets now
at Nash hotel, The Quiz, Medford hotel, Brown & Hall's billiard parlor, Med
ford Cigar Store.
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Grand Stand $2, General Admission $1
Reduced Rates on all Railroads
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