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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1913)
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IN GMHE PLAYED
Tliu tlinnka of tho community nrc
ilno to H. J. Ilrovnrd who put up tho
$1000 guarantee for tho OlnnU
Whlto Sox game, to Sidney Urown,
who co-operated with him In tho
tnnnngemont of tho game nnd to tho,
innny others who agisted In making
tho ovont n succesi. That their ef
forts wero nppreclntcd wna aJiown by
tho good nttendnnco despite a pour
ing rnln. Tho receipts were npproxl
mntely $1500, $1SC0 of which went
to tho players, tho balance rocs for
advertising and expenses Incurred.
Tho exhibition gamo as fast and as
good as could be expected under tho
conditions. Flvo and a half Innings
were played In a cold drltxltng rain,
In which players woro their coats
mid ono of them an umbrella. Despite-
sloppy grounds and wet balls,
tho fielding was ns classy as clocc
work. Tho Giants started oft hitting
tho ball and when tho deluge ended
tho gamo, tho score was throe to noth
ing In their favor.
Not nil the players who hate played
In tho previous games were present.
Mathcwson, tho great and Chief
Myers loft at San Francisco, Walter
Johnson In Texas. At Seattle, Hat
Chase, Tris Speaker, Morris Rath,
Hay Schalk, Jeff Tcsrcau and Snod
grass leave, nut Medford fanii saw
nearly alt of tho diamond stars who
originally comprised tho two teams,
including Thorpe, .tho amateur all
round athleto of tho world, Comlskcy
the manager of tho tour and owner
of tho Whito Sox, Muggy McQraw,
Snodgrass tho star fielder, Jeff Tcs
rcau, Tris Speaker, Sam Crawford,
Hal Chase, James Callahan and Her
man Srhaefer, tho comedian.
McQraw Is tho in an who has pilot
ed tho New York Giants to flvo Na
tional League championships, while
Snodgrass and Tcsrcau, not to forget
Larry Doyle, and Mcrklc, havo been
his lieutenants in much of tho cam
paigning. Tris Speaker Is tho famous slug
ging Uoston outfielder, while Craw
ford has a similar distinction In De
troit. Comlskcy's personal party In
cludes Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Comls
kcy, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Comlskey,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Farrell, Mr.
and Mrs. William Farrell, Thomas E.
Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. JoscJp Mullen
and Mrs. Hugh 13. Kcogh.
Don Radcr, tho Medford boy, ap
peared in a White Sox uniform and
received a. warm welcome from his
homo folks. Ho played with the Sox
tho first of seabon and Is still a Sox
Wlltse pitched a flno gamo for tho
Giants, keeping the White Sox from
smashing the sphere and fielding su
perbly. Ilenz for tho Sox was freoly
hit In tho first Inning, and again in
Following tho gamo tho players
were served a turkey dinner at the
Hotel Medford attended by two hun
dred fans. Judgo Colvig acted as
toaBtmastor and brief speeches wero
mado by tho toastmastcr Manager
Callahan of the White Sox Hermann
Scbaeffer and J. C. Farrell. Hot
brook WIthlngton told his Chinese
story. R. J. nrovartl assured tho
players that no guarantee was too
large for tho pleasures enjoyed by see
ing such players in action.
During tho afternoon tho wives of
tho playors wero entertained by .1
commltteo of Medford women Includ
ing Mrs. Edgar Wafer, Mrs. Stanton
Grlffls, Mrs. W. V. D. Campbell. Miss
Putnam, Mrs. Gale and Mrs. Simpson.
Tho ladles of tho party Included
Mrs, C. A. Comlskcy, Mrs. J. J. Mo
draw, Mrs. J. J, Callahan, Mrs. Hal
Chase, Mrs. Rob Russell, Mrs. Larry
Doylo, Mrs. Jim Thorite, Mrs. Jeff
Tosrcau, Mrs. J, R. McAleor, Mrs.
Louis Comlskey, Mrs, Joo Farrell,
and Mrs. Jim Mullln.
Tho plaers doparted for Portland
on tho opening train all expressing
their pleaBuro at )ho entertainment
they received which thoy pronounced
tho most cordial received on the trip.
life are not
that wo can
11 fiord to
You drink coffee
why not Schilling's
' Don't stand in your
own way another day.
It costs nothing to try
it it you'ro sorry you
Knjoy your uionoy, buy
SCENE FROM "STOP THIEF,"' THE SCREAMING
FARCE TO BE SEEN AT THE PAGE TOMORROW EVENING
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Conccrninc the farce, "Stop1
Thief," which nppeart, nt the Vac iut wlint it U, nn oiit-nntl-oiit, noil
tomorrow evening, the Seattle 1'oM- -enseal f tree. 'Officer GUO," which
"Stop Thief is an itieewu I
lough. TIiis Intest Cohan & Ilarn-
farce, which oponcd to full hci.ch"
at the Metropolitan Inst night, make
that clever "Officer lititJ" .-ecm col-
emu by companion. 'J lie whole uu-
dicucc lust night should hui been
nrrccteil for rioting. In I went;
tluee bcnsson of cotictnnl pln.xgmt kJ machine pin in 'The Kouud-rp.' The
in Senttle I hn;e neicr before .seen 1 farce turns out perenms just nbout
a theater crowd so cou-itontly nndjiis fn-t ns a film enmern man turn
continuously amused in a the ns. out pirture. 'Stop Thief is indeed
scmblnpe of Inst night nt 'Stop Thief.'
Tho following was tho score:
Tho victory by tho Giants put thorn
ono gamo ahead of the White Sox on
tho present world tour scries.
Rath, ss ..
Schalk, c 0
0 1 IS
R. II. P.
Snodgrass, cf 1 1 0
Magee, If 1 1 1
Lobert. 3b 1 2 2
Doylo, 2 b 0 1 2
Mcrkle, lb 0 1 11
Doolan. B3..........0 0 0
Thorpe, af 0 0 1
Wlngo, c .0 1 0
Wlltse, p 0 1 1
3 8 IS 10 0
Whito Sox ....0 0 0 0 0 00
Giants 2 0 0 0 1 03
Two-base hits, Crawford, Doyle,
Mcrklo, Wlltse, Lambort.
Double plays, Doolan to Doylo and
Struck out by Rcnz, 1; wild pitches,
Umpires, Klom and Sheridan.
You can't pay more than I-'iiu horo,
but f)ou can buy "Good Shoes" for
' jjino, 9:1.(10, jjKi.no, $1.00, ijii.no, $5
Fit your purse as well as your ftct
."1 ,j 1.
OPI'OSITi: POST OFFICII
"" 5TEBP0T?TT MATH TRTWNU
"TIim n!ny .should bo token for
itself Int season lifted the Iniighin
trophy held for ten years by Itjee fc
Wi-e 111 'Are You n .Mason I" U 11
more legitimate comedy; there is
more body to it ns n play, hut it i
not to be com pared to 'Stop Thief
111 tho number or rimtditv 01 nui: h.
which crackle through the nudieuce
like the staccato operation of the
j 1 motion picture of mirth."
There have been rumors for somo
timo that tho loasoa on tho ware
housos along the right-of-way or the
Southern Pacific between Mln and
Sixth street in Medford had been ro-
. ..u . '- ..u ..u,, o, .m-
Ing those esores removed.
Mr. Itocenbaum. the conlal South.
orii rncuic agani, introuuecu a com-
mltteo from the civic section of the
Greater Medford club to John M. Scott
(onernl passenger agent of tho South
ern Pacific and H. A. Ulnshaw, gen
eral freight agent who came hero to
see tho ball game. Mr. Hliishavv as
h u red tho committee that thcro was
no truth In thoo rumors and that
thero have boon no requisitions to
havo those leasos renewed nor would
they bo ronowod for any reason
whatsoever. Any such requisition"
would havo to pass through Mr. Illn
shaw's offlco and ho assured tho lad
les of tho civic section that no re
newals will bo mado 011 these leases.
Protests Filed Against Swcek
WASHINGTON, No;. 18. - It wiih
rejMirted here today thut protects
have been filed iigaiust the confirm
ation of Alex. Swcek of l'ortlund,
Or,, to bo minister to Siain.
MTCDFOTTO, OTKOOK. TUESDAY, NOVlttlTOR 18.
APPLE DAY IS
l'OUTI.AND, Nov. IS. All over
tho union, tho apvlo todny Ih cxulttul
as tho "king of fruits." For thin Is
"Apple Day," proclaimed offlclnlly by
Governor Oswnlil West, and boosted
by tho Oregon Development League
and Chambers of Commerce and Com
mercial Hubs throughout tho land.
Almost ery hotel In tho wlnte nnd
all tho larger hostelrle of Winning
ton nnd California have fallen In lino
with the Idea originating In Portland,
HeMdes. reports hno been received
from hotels In far distant stixte.i that
they will Horvo apples In every form,
In fritters as sauces for mentti, as Jel
lies In pics dumplings iih elder In
soups, nnd even tho homely applo
Jack solace of many a weary farm
hand Is to be dignified Into nn nppo
1'ortlnud u celebration took on a
unlet but Ketiernl form. Tho North
ern Pacific scut forth a great motor
truck fitted up like a tilling car, from
which colored waiters tossed tlioua
amis of apples to tho populace Sev
eral civic clubs held special npplu
luncheons at which tho apple win
served and lauded In song and story.
Hvery train that left Portland with
a dining car attached carried with It
doxens of boxes of apples which wero
served to diners In almost every con
Tho "Applo Day" idea orlglunted
with tho Idea of stimulating the popu
larity of tho fruit all over tho nation,
Incidentally widening tho market of
tho Pacific northwest.
SUPPOSED TO BE LOST
SKATTLK, Nov. 18.-Advices re
eeived by cablegram from members
of the t'nnndinii Arclio exploration
party lit Collision Point, Alaska, sny
Vilhjalmnr Stefaiisson, fniuottn
Arctic explorer, probably lias been
lost with tho steamship Kurliik,
which was Inst sighted on August li
off Flnxmnn island. Search for the
Knrluk has been made since the ex
treme wenther began nlontr the Alns-
knn const early in October, but 110
trace of her has been found. Whal
ers siiv it is extremely unlikely thai
sho will over ho dmcovered.
This Homc-Mada Cough
Syrup Will Surprise You
Com I.llltr, but Ihrro I not
Iuk Ilallnr at Mlljr Price
,fcro ,, a homc.ma,ie rtmnly tIint
Ukt hold of a couih alinmt liintaiitly,
'" ."" conqticr an uru nary
souuii in 'j iioiir. nil
fouuli in i hour. I lii reclut mnkn a
pint inough for a whole family. 1011
couhln't buy as much or 114 guod ready
made cough sj run for ?2..W,
Mix one pint of grnnulatcd sugar with
'i pint of warm watrr, and stir 'i
minutes. Put 'IVj ounrrtf of I'Incx ( fifty
cvntk' worth 1 in a pint iKittle, and add
the f-'ugar Hvrup. this keen perfectly
and ha a pleimnnt tahte clilMrru Ilka
it. llracr up the atiprtlte und Is
slightly laxative, which helps end a
You probably know tho medical valuo
of pine In treating bronchial milium,
bronchlti, spiini(dic croup nnd whoop
ing cough, i'lncx I a moit vabmlilo
concentrated compound of Norway
r. hi to plnu extract, rich In gualarol and
other natural healing pine clement.
Other preparation will not work In
Die prompt riaults from this Inexpen
sive remedy have made friends for it In
thousands of home In tho United Stutcs
nnd Canada, which explains why the
plan has Un imitated often, but never
A giiarunty of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goes with
this preparation. Your druggist has
l'Inex jot will pet It for you. If not,
send to The i'inex Cp Ft. Wayne, Ind.
in Every Home
Comfort and Safety Assured Before
the Arrival of tho Stork.
The bid a)lnc what I homo without
a inutlar tiuuM mid "ilotber's I'rlcnL"
In Ihoiitaml cf American home there
Is a bottle of this Hplinilld and famou run.
edy that no alihrt many a wwnin tlirouuli
tlin trying ordeal, avd Iit from suffering
and pain, kept In r In health of mind and
hod In advance ut balir's coming and had
a inot wonderful Inlliicnco In dcrrloplni; a
hralthr, l.irilr dl.ioltlon la the child.
There Is no other remedjr so truly a help
to nature a Mother' J'rlcnd. It relleres
the pain and dlmomfort cauiwd by the
strain on the IlKaraentv, make pliant those
flhrr and muscle which nature I espand
Ing and sootbi the Inflammation of breast
Mother' Prlend I nn external remedy,
act qultkly and not only banlihe all dla
tre In advance, but aure a speedy and
romplete recoviry for the mother. Thu
she liMome a healthy woman with all her
utrtnirtli prmtrved to thoroughly enjoy the
rearlnc of her child. Muther' I'rlend ran
be bad at any druc store at $1.00 a bottle,
and I really one of the greatest blessings
ever dUcovertd for eipeetant mothers.
Write to JlradnVId Iteirulator Co, 128
Ulnar llldK., Atlauta, fia., for their free
book. Write today, It Is taut InitrucUve. I
WmF bright and clean with fB
gold dust VI
1 iWI ro ' "'ways whorovrr thoro ia dirt j ""-5.
IIM ortfrcusu. It elennu ovorythiutf. If C V r
I iJA Cc nnd larger pckr, aUaVilB
iuVvB PFAIRBANK AMr j SSSS
IflHk CM,CA0 PvSJl
5. "lot tho OOLn DUST ifiWtJft
Wr, TWiNS do your 7 A I ?Ai$Wm
h&ZjJT&xsfs work" 7jM n SrNSS
Mixed Wool and Pure Wool Pants at
$1.75 to $6.00
WEST MAIN STREET
Latta Sc Hopkins
Orowors of inj;h-(irn(U Fruit Trpos. Applo and
Pear Troos are our .sneeialtios. hJtoek one-year-tiltl
trees on three-year-old roots. Some of host orchards
in tho vallev are set to our trees. Nurseries near
Central Point. Medford office, room -10'J, M. K. & IT.
building. Phone 8(!)-I. E-perionee shows that homo
grown, acclimated trees are the best.
PATRONIZE HOME NURSERIES
A Complete Lino of
Arc now on exhibition and for sale at this store. Oomo in
nnd lot us convince you that the Columbia has overcome
all tho metallic sounds usually found in phonographs.
Ewing's Gun Store
Monti nil limtin limtiiiilly nltlinut
tho imo of liont, imlilur, outnont or
ilvot In Krnnltnwnri), nltiminuin, lint
witlor Inuts. tin. ciiir, brass, "luiut
Iron, nil cntikliiK utnnsllit niul rulilior
KuoiIm, ninipl)' tlKhlon Mnmlnt nnd
lonk Is niiitulml. Assnrluil sUos niul
wrtMirh In each imrkitKn, I'rlcn 10
itml Ufu n Iidx,
.MUM. J. II. HTIJVICNH, Tilo, nfnt
for thin county. Also on snlo nt M,
V Ai II. Co., Mr-ilfonl.
Thoroughly modern rooms
renting from $8.00 to $10.00
Ihithroom and Laundry
(las and Klectric Lights
JOvon thing Furnished
1317 Kiverside So.
lust received, including
some special things for gray
haired ladies. Also
In order to mow our line of
We will sell them
AT HAM'1 PIMCK
Switches from $1 up. Come
and sec those gootls.
New York Parlors
Next to Postoffice.
Will taste better if prepared
in "Woar-Kver" Utensils
"No I Tby are not all Urn mm."
Aluminum Utensils J
Of course, aluminum U aluminum
Ullt lltlnll lllnv illir..r In nlirlltr In
thickness, In handles, In finish.
Purity. "Wear-Er" utcnslla oro
UU ltr coiit. jitire.
Thlclcnon. Thoy am mado thick
cimtjjjn to prmunt clenlliijf rnilllv
thick onoujli to Kunrant(0 u lltu'
timu of autufactory survlct).
Handles. Tho handle of M Waar-Evtr
utciiMil urn inuilu of tho bi'at tinned
steel. Aluminum handle would Ixi
ennin too hot wooden handle would
burn off or brr-nk. Tho handle of
"Wr-Evr" utoull nro K''!1!'01' to
tho utensil by nluiulnuiii rlvutu
with laro head. Tho heail aro
not sunk into tho sldo of thn uten
sil tho aids rrmaln of uniform
thlckneis, ntronjr enough to hold
thn hmullo on firmly for years.
Flnlth. Tho outsldo Is pollnlieil. Tho
inxldo Is hardened by un ulectrlcul
procvas" which make tho uiotal
WCAIhEVER Jnri1or, smoother, less
iiuuiu to do uiscoiorud uy
food or wator containing
ulkall or Iron, und mom
easily cleaned than would
Ira posslhlo If tho uten-
IRADtMARH "li1 wero not so finished.
Replace uteruiU that wear out
with utcmUa that"WMsr.Ever"
ai'a'LUVy r V