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Tlio inniiiiRenicnt f tho hospital
fair roporth ery Riatifyinc lcturns
for llio first day. All tltiriticr Hie
nftornoon and cvenim; tin Imiltliiijr
wis thronRed with mcrrjinnkors n
proved tlicnieelvcp liberal spenders.
The nipKcr bnby boctli kept the
attention of the boys nml yottiij; men
nml llio fih J"1 mi'1I0' J" n,,u1
Jin'pinr!S to the Mimll boy nnd sirl.
The diniue; room hnd splendid suc
cess nml those who were served were
M well pleaded with the chicken din
ner tlmt they are coming again lo
dny nnd bringing their friends with
them. The hours nre from Hum ...
in. to 2 p. m. nnd from flSlO to t
j). m. Dinner nt noon is50 cont- nml
nt night a."i cents.
A snecinl turkey dinner will tie
Rcrved nl the name hours on Thurs
day nnd nt 50 cents for ench time.
Jinny Indies came to ten in the
nftornoon nnd more nre expected to
day. Ice cream nnd cake arc served
ns well as ten.
Miss Flynn's violin solo wnt
charming. She wn nceompanied by
l.ornine Uliton, who very gracious,
presided over the piano in tho dnnce
hull until the nrrivnl of the Wool
worth orchestra. The dancing floor
is in chnrge of Hen Sheldon nnd is
paid to be the finest in the city by
those merrymakers who tripled the
light fantastic toe. It goes without
snying that everyone hnd a good
time. A special Thanksgiving dan
is planned with n light supper fol
lowing. Come and bring your best
lie sure to stop nt the candy booth
where the eleven Koguo River vnllev
peaches nre dispensing a wonderlui
nssorttnent or homc-mncio canines.
So popular wero these candies that
the supply fell far short of the de
mand yesterday. But sugar in hundred-pound
sneks was bought by the
management of the fair this morning
and most of the peaches will 3tny at
homo until afternoon concocting
dnintv sweetmeats. "A box of these
will plenso her."
" Mrs. Stanton Griffis nnd Mrs
Stewart Patterson nre in chnrce ot
the Colony club booth today. They
report henvy sales in dolls nnd liws.
Have you seen this booth? Two
dainty brides with satin gowns, real
Ince veils and shower bouquet are
waiting patiently for their grooms
Each of these fair ladies are to be
given to the lucky person holding the
winning ticket. Chances ure only 10
cents. Chnnces nre nUo being sold
on Lndv Constance with her trunk
full of latest Parisian clothes. Lndv
Beatrice stands in nil her mnguifi
cencc ninong this splendor of doll
of all degrce from tho peanut
Chinnman to tho almost nlive baby
doll, and she is a queen. The stand
inc of the little girj contetnnts will
be given in tomorrow's pajr.
Special mention should be made o'
ono unique gift to the St. Mary's
academy booth. This is the gold
nnd white shnwl made by the fivp
boys and presented to the booth. It
is tho work of their own fnir hunds
ind is not only wonderful for thai
reason, but is n real work of art.
Zaldeo did not arrive as scheduled
Inst night, und Fanchon, a wandering
gipsy, was secured nt tho last mo
ment to hold forth in the Oriental
tent. She told the fortunes of those
who interviewed her with cards nt 2."
cents each, and not ono person but
enmo away feecuio in thoughts of tho
Tonight Znidee, the wonderful, tin.
magnificent, will arrive in all inr
splendor nnd with her will come her
grand vizier, who will tell to the
waiting throngs all tho wonders of
her triumphal progress across the
desert sands to tho capitals of Eur
ope, where crowned bonds bestowed
their largesse upon her in return v r
lior words of wisdom.
Written invitations have been sen?
to ench of tho following oidors b
the management of tho hospital fc.'r
that they attend in n body following
Tho Eastern Star and tho Elks,
who meet tonight.
Tho Masons, the Eagles f.nd t'10
Order of Hen Hur, who hold Ma-ir
meetings on Friday night.
Tho Woodmen and tho Hcdinc),
who meet on Saturday night.
The Loyal Order of Moose ennio
in n body, twenty-fivo strong, und
brought its wife and its swocthent
in fiomo cases,
A speciitl musical program will be
given tonight from 7:110 to 0 o'clock
fl per cent loans on farms, orchard
lands, city residence or buslnosB pro
perty, to buy, build, improve, extend
or refund mortgages or other securi
ties; torum reasonable; special prlvl
leges; correspondency invited. Dop't.
h, 01 S Commonwealth Bldg., Denver,
Colo., or Dop't. I, 749 Henry Wdg
ARGE CROWD 0
FOR CITY PEOPLE
Mcdtord will ent turkey Thursday
nml observe Thanksgiving In tho cus
tomary form. The banks, business
houses, anil city and county offices
nnil public library will bo closed,
l'nnilly dinners with special bills
ot fares will be served, and a num
ber of reunions will bo celebrated.
The prisoners In the county Jail and
Inmates of tho poor farm will bo
given extra helpings ot turkey and
The needy have been cared for by
various lodges without publicity.
No special sport feature will mark
the day locally, although a number
ot Medford football tans will go to
! Ashland to sea the Asliland-Klaiunth
Falls football panto. A number of
Medford students at Corvallls and
Eugene will return today.
Tho Country club will gtvo a pro
gram of golf and shooting and a din
ner. Tho weather prediction Is cloudy
and cold, with probnblo rain.
Continued from paga l.i
"On looking up the automobile tire
matter. 1 find that tho county Jtnlgi
of Jnckson county regularly ordered
two tires through one of -our trave
lers, which we billed to hliu at our
cost price on our books, and while tho
account has not been paid, It Is a
charge, on our books regular, and It
Is negligence that It has not been col
lected, but it will bo collected the
next tlmo our traveler is there, and
you can sec our books on it If you
want to." Ho added, 'I think ot you
know tho typo ot judge In Jackson
county, you would not think for one
mlnuto that ho would countenance
anything but what was clean business,
I never met the gentleman, but that
Is what 1 hear of his record."
This would Indicate that Mr. Ton
Velle had received some tires and not
paid for them.
T. J. Patterson, tho reprosontatlvo
through whom the tires were re
ported to have been ordered was in
Medford Tuesday evening. He told
Judge Tou Velle. who was in Ignor
ance of the charge against him on
Ueall's books, that he, Patterson, wai
In trouble. Uefore he had a chance
to explain, G. Putnam of the Mall
Tribune, came in and confronted
Patterson and Tou Voile with th-j
facts In tho case. Patterson said:
"This Is all a mistake. Mr. Ton
Velio never ordered any tires from
me. or from Heall & Co., and never
received any, although I offered to
secure him tires at cost, an offer
which he declined. Tho entry is a
wrong one, and I don't know how,
and can't Imagine how, it camo to bo
Tou Velio's Statement
Judge Tou Velle said: "I never
ordered, never received any tires
from Patterson or Ileall & Co. The
statement that tires were sent mo or
that I received them, or that I had
any relations whatever with Heall &
Co, is an unqualified falsehood, and
Patterson knows It is."
This Patterson admitted.
Tou Velio demanded that Patto.-
son sign a statement that he prcparod
admitting tho chargo a falsehood.
Patterson whllo admitting its falsi
ty, refused to sign tho statement.
Tho only conclusion is that either
iieall & Co. liavo been imposed upon
by Patterson or that they are delib
erately endeavoring to blacken Tou
Velio's character as part of their
campaign to "get Bowlby's goat."
The instanco shows a new and In
sidious way io attack the reputation
of public officials making entries
on books of merchandise charged
against them, which they know noth
ing about and never received tho
Infcrenco ot courso being that they
know all about it. Such entries
could bo mado against anyonca dn
only being shown to certain parties
Interested, would create a suspicion
that would undermine tho reputation
of helpless officials.
Some tall explanations are duo
from Iieall & Co. of their part In this
afair and they have been demanded
by Judge Tou Velle,
TVe have hnd to many Inquiries lately
rcKardliiK Uczemu aiul cjflier akin dis
eases, that we are c'ad tl make our
insurer jiulillc. After careful InvtwtlKa
tlon we liave found that a tlmple wui.li
?' P"5r Wlnterren, on compounded
in l). v. v. J'rmcrlptlon, can l relied
upon. We would not mako thin state
nient to our patrons, friends and neigh,
bora unless we were uure of It und
altnoUKh there are many so-called Kc
xema remedied oold, we ounxflves un
hesitatingly recommend U. I). D. Pre
scription. Drop loto our store today, Jmt to talk
over the inerJta gf tula wonderful I'm
"' INtEDFOITO MATH TRTKUSF,,
MENDEL BEILIS ACQUITTED OF
Mendel Ileitis, tho le. of Kiev
who had bcon on t-ti. t"tr worns on
th'i chnrgo of navlu,; committed u
ritual murdc " lu l-i'ltm t.i tin)
Vul I sky, ha i lrj nci it 'S TI e I
Kim Inn proso . -hAcd that
-;lis, .with ottia ciiirnltled tl.e
v c In ao i witl hd ." rlto of
tho tlo'utw faith. Oii'i ot tho ques
tions submitted to the Jurv by the
court was whteher or nut th boy nnd
ELKS PREPARE FOR
The Klks will hold their annual
memorial services at tho Page Thea
ter Sunday, December 7, nt 2.30 p.
in. The most elaborate program In
the history of the lodgo will bo given.
Attorney Uus Newbury will de
liver the memorial address.
Tho orchestra will bo uuder the
direction of Charles Hazerlgg. Mrs
.Velio Hazelrigg will sing a solo, and
Is the Housewife's
WHAT so tempting tdthe
laggard appetite as a
light, flaky, fruit short cake or
a delicate hot biscuit?
Royal makes the perfect
short cake, biscuit and muffin,
and improves the flavor and
healthfulness of all risen flour
foods. It renders the biscuit, hot
bread and short cake more di
gestible and nutritious, at the
same time making them more
attractive and appetizing.
Royal Baking Powder is in
dispensable for the preparation
all the year round of perfect
ill;! itffcd sSSeij- nd-JM) I
m i m
p Wi: AUK THANKFUL
To every family in Medford und Jackson county who has favored
us with a portion ot their shoo wanta during thu past year.
OI'I'O.HITK POST OI-TICi:
MTCDFOim OTCTCflOy, THTOSTVAY. KOVFmER 20,
"RITUAL MURDER" IN RUSSIA
ocen murdered In a Jewish
jard, whether tho body had
soveh wounds, and whether or not
flo cupful of blood wero drawn
front tho body. Thu Jury answered
,es to tho question; but on that-lu-
oh lug tho guilt of llullls answered
no. While tho Jury seemed to be
lieve that a "ritual murder" or
noiiiethlni: llso It had been com
mitted, It did not bdlovo Ileitis gull
Mr. nnd Mrs. (leorgo Andrews a duct.
Numbers will bo given by a ladles'
trio consisting of Mesdames Ceorgo
Andrews and Gladys La Mar, and
Miss Ornco llrown. Mrs. It. T. Wil
son will give ThnuniitopslH.
The services will bo public, and tho
public Is urged to attend.
MRS. ROOSEVELT SAILS
FOR UNITED STATES
SANTIAGO. Chile," Nov. IC.-Mh.
Theodore Hoosevult, with Mrs. Km
Ion Koosevelt's daughter, Mnrgaret.
sailed today for tho I'nlted States
via Panama. Colonel Hoosevelt left
for Southern Chile.
CITY VOTERS TO
Under it deeWion of the supreme
court given Tueiiluy, tho new renin
trillion law, effective nt recent h.
lioui, Is invalid, und it will bo nece.n
suty to revert back to the old law
ui provided in lite city charter. Tuo
city council will unpoint u rcgilm
(ion hoard at it meeting next Thin
day. To dnto about 700 Medford volors
hnvo reg'mtcied under tho new law
wilh Recorder Komi, nnd these aiv
invalid, ullhough Ihc. recorder bus
written Attorney (leiiernl I'rnwfotd
asking for utt opinion on their
stiitus. U is highly nrobablo the 700
will hnvo to re-register.
VKKA CUUZ, Mexico, Nov. :C
Persistent, though unconfirmed
rumors circulated hern today to tho
All its officers are loyal to Medford's
interests and Jackson County's
prosperity '! '.
William H, Gore,
effect that tho foilnritlH ovacuated
Tninplco yesterday mid tlmt llio
rebels liunieillatoly occupied It.
An attack on tho city by tho rebels
hnd bcon expected for soitio time.
Oiip nmn iitcroly
drinks col'IVo; nnntltt'r
on.joys it. Out' 'oii
snint's tho brown liquid
thy other absorbs t lit
t'M'iM'iiitf 'and pulato
ploasing flavor. Ono
gulps, ptuimps with a
frown; tho other sips
with a sinilo. Ono thinks
Schilling's Host. is
Quality - o o o n o in y
means: a little more per
pound; no more, or
ovon loss per month;
and bettor returns for
Schilling's Ilest In nrouin
tight rntis, exertrcsh: cleanly
granulated; mono) back.
We Renew Our Pledge
100 Per Cent of
Gives To All
I Im M c.U a.tl, tnUi fa.. It. Ml
BUTT10R, 70tf VFM
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S. Orth, Cashier