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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1913)
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PORTLAND. Ore., Nov. 23. Tlia
Rovornnicnt todny Btnrtod tlio second
halt or Itfl enso against Frank Ulchot
nml J. T. Conway, being tried In
Perioral .ludgo Tlpan'a court on , a
chnrRo of coml'ietlng frauriiilcnl op
erations through into of tho malls.
It devoloped shortly after J. T.
Conway heramo manaBor, thnt tho
Innrts worn of ncarcoly any value how
ever, tho company secured tho right
to soil several largo sections of Wal
lowa. Union and Baker counties. Most
of thopo lands wcro secured by salo
contract with C. A. Hlbunrd.
Graham Duko Hart, cashier of tho
I.un.bornmns National Uank today
testiried positively that his Institu
tion had rofused to act at any time as
escrow agent for tho Veason deeds.
Uultod States Attorney Itcames
then stated that tho government had
already shown that tho company in
Its lltcraturo had mado tho statement
that tho deeds to theso lands were
held In scrow in the Lumbcrmans Na
tional Hank In Portland.
Miss Klla O'Gara, former stcno
jirnphor for tho Development com
pany, recalled to tho stand, Identified
letters and advertising matter sent
out lu promoting tho salo of con
tracts for tho Hlbbard lands In Daker
Wallowa and Union counties. Ono
of tho pamphlets had a picture In
colors on tho front page of threo big
"Tho apples wcro bought In tho
market here," related Miss O'Gara
In telling how tho engraving camo to
V CTORY BU
Villa h thrvnt to i,onfiM,uto their
htooks If tltev litl not tnko Iho rebel
currency, mitl slill more i'riiihtetieil
: bv the solt!ii't threat, which they
deemed more likely to he sincere
I than Villa's to stint loniiug. Villa
I himself wits understood to lie sotne-
wh.it imeny over Krumliliiii: by some
. of hii followers" to the effect thnt
If they hiul been imid in "real
i iiumnv " lliii iliTfietill v uiuilil nut
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Eli PASO, Tex.. Xuv. 2S. Oen
oral Villa took time for n review of
hi rebel troops today, in eolebmlion
of their victory nt Tierrn lllnmi...
Unit even while it was in iirogros he
was riving orders toward Im-teninc
tho departure of hi force? for the
'OKTCflON. TTCTTAY, yOVT,MT,TCU 23, Ifltn.
I 'liiir,. in.. Ilinl lut uiiu iinfnlrlv
frlendlv to the uiiioiiH. local hifMitCHM i'
men kuvo him hln choieo hot
uvertliiK Iho wnlknut, rvMuliig
helnt linpencheil. Shank tried ii
xeuiiro aiiiiiraiioii, imieti iiimi ie
solved to quit.
Succeedlinr him, City Comptroller
Harry Wallaeo becomes acliiu:
mayor. Ho has promised In uu Iho
police force, cncrgelically to keep or
der and protect slrikebrcakers.
UNION FINDS TO
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. 28. Ma.vor
Shank of Indianapolis replied to
day. He did so as a '-exult of dif
ferences of opinion coiiccrniii): the
handliinj of tho recent streetcar
strike and another ono threatened bv
local teamsters. Tho mayor was
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SALKM, Nov. US. State Superin
tendent of Hanks (1. S. Sargent to
dnv appointed, with the approval of
the state banking board, Charles 11.
Mowart. cashier ot the lust ao
tional Hank of Alhnn, state bank criticised for not noting more vig
filling the acancv etuwtdi orottslv agnin"t the striker.
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i ur smuiw til ii'iiui-Mi-m turn I'limu1
urs was ordered to begin Moiidnv. inonlhs ago
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puuiimuru, nisi ii (iiim-iv iiimimuin ... ., . . ., . . i
Citv hml then to move ngainst ,wjy Wt t.nmt,oii to the nernl,
Chlcnno Journalist Dead
CH1CA00, Nov. t!8. Kritlik Kow
ley, former managing editor of the
now defunct Chicago -'hroiiicle, mid
later associated with newspapers in
San Krancisoo, died here today. He
was stiickeu with apoplc.vy fourteen
lli.iuHiilini. . ... .
A istcul rtin wun ronns """"'",
uhu w lti u lit up lu llir m " "T"
Thf r Unit lor inrc Uni, cruiiy, Inflnllt
CtO. I. IDK A CO.. MWi.. 1 HOY, N. Y.
Cmtat U Uut tti'ti w Wui H tt'U
leave0 !ltl ton'Khr1,Sat
but many people believed he would t ,
be unable to complete his prcparn- A tf f VAT A. C - -.A.m t
zsrsd? Annual uearanceaiewiiuenjarmtjuii i
the diiac between the soldier, who V I
wanted to make purchases in rebel
money, and the local merchant, who
refused to accept it, was growing
The merchants were alarmed nl
MILWAUKEE, Nov. 28. Kid Wil
liams of Baltimore has another vic
tory to his credit today ns n result
of bis ten-round no-decision contest
here yesterday with Dick ftodima
of New Castle, Pa. Lodiruan
brought tho spectators to their feet
in tho I Iiinl round when he sent Wil
liams to the mat with n short left
jolt to the chin. Williams retaliated
in tho sixth will a stiff right to the
jnw, which sent Lodiman sprawling.
The bell saved him from n knockout.
Lodimnii, for tho remninder of the
contest, covered up and hung on to
Krigur Daniel Colby.
Died At tho late residence, throe
m ties west ot Medford, Thursday,
Nov. 27th, Edgar Daniel Colby, na
tlvo ot Iowa, aged 03 years, five. days.
Funeral services will bo held from
tho Seventh Day Adventist church,
on North Riverside, Saturday, Nor.
29th at X p. m., Elder Tabar officiat
ing. Intorment In I. O. O. F. cemetery.
Had Serious Lung
Saffcrrra from I.une Trouble rv often
mlilrj lu flip belief that nothloit will
myp thftn. It rut. treth air. wholesale
food and rrsularltr In liMt do much
In akllns to rvtor braltb, tut iouu
thlne clue l nrnilfJ. Many pM)itt xh
liar taVrn Kckman'a Altomtlti' hnru tea
tlSr.1 tbat It wan tbla mnllrlnr which le
toml thorn to health. Itrail till -
"Octitlcmrn: Throoch your Inntrutiioa
talltr I hatr K-tn kitiI (mm a trv
maturi eratr. Ou DrcFiiitirr 14. ltM. I
wan taken with Typbolit rueumouU,
bleh drrrloinl Into l.unc Troullt. la
Kobroarr. lwft. 1 went to Tort Worth.
Trxaf. ami later to Canon City. Coluniiiu.
After U-lne th,tr two ivk my rhl
clan InformeJ ine, tbat my cae ln-pe-leu.
Tbrr ueekn later I n turned home,
welchlne liTt inniK the doctor bating
Elrcn mi no .imuraarc of reachlnir there
lite. (In Jaly 14. 111V.. I N-can tnklrnr
Krkman'a wnderfnl rrmrdr for Liinir
Troublr. Today I wilsh l.'.s pouil, I
am mmt and well and ran do any kind
of wnrk about my train elevator '
(AffldaTlt) AltTMlll WKIttl.
jAliotr abbreviated, timr on mimit.)
Krkman'a Alterative ha treii proTen by
many year' tet to l most rfnencpu
for Mvere Throat and I line .Iffeetlnn.
llronchltlt, llronchhl Antbnia. Stuldmrn
Cold and In upliulMliii; the nTntini.
Contalna no narcotics. twlon or habit
fornilns drucv. A,k for liooklrt trlllnj
of ncoTcrlca, and write to I'rkman
laboratory, rhlladrlnbh. Ia for otl
drnce. Kor aar by all leading drucKlit
It's funny how peo
ple will kick about
tilings and do nothing
about it when they can.
Take coffee. Nobody
wants poor coffee;
three-fourths of Un
people use it; half of
these under protest.
And half of these do
nothing, or put it off, or
get put-off, when they
learn about Schilling's
13est: money backed as
von fine and the best
Bestir yourself, you
who want such coffee;
your dealer has it or
knows where to get it.
No ono ever won a prize
without trying In some way.
Sweat el's, up to
.$12.50 values, now
Sweaters, up to
ifl.tX) values, sale
Central Avo., Near P. 0.
nel Shirts, Malk
ati style, special,
Every Winter Coat and Suit Must Be Sold At Once!
SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS ON EVERY GARMENT IN THE HOUSE
Outing Flannel Gowns
made of good qualitv,
fast colors, sale AQ
All $15.00 Coats and Suits now $ 9.9S
All $20.00 Coats and Suits now ijvU.-IS
All $25.00 Coats and Suits now ..$19.98
All $30.00 Coats and Suits now ..J?21.18
.Made of best p"rcala
and ginghams, all new
styles,. D1 1Q
XMAS SALE OF KIMONAS
Tho Most Sensible Gift for a Lady
made of heavv
styles, all col
ors, sale price,
made of fancy
all colors, nice
Now Silk Ki
all colors, sale
XMAS SALE OF HANDKERCHIEFS
Buy Now While Stock Is Comploto
at 3&, 5tp and
10S 15 and
chiefs at 10S
15, - '
FREE WM. ROGERS' GUARANTEED TRIPLE-PLATED SILVERWARE GIVEN AWAY FREE
OUR BIG SILK SALE NOW GOING ON
Crepes in all
colors, 3G in.
line, all colore,
a real 75e cloth,
now, yd ..,.48
dresses,' $1. oO
values, now, a
:t -4 9
THREE BIG UNDERWEAR SNAPS
up to $1, sale
'I 'ants, values
up to i?2, sale
price, en... .982
NOTION BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY ONLY
7 for 252
Nets, each .Ad
a paper 42
flood Tape 22
(Jood Pins ..22
ton at 22
DOMESTIC BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY ONLY
and Challies, a
a roll .. . ...10c
cd Sheets, (10c
n Coats ,
J Tailored Suits
J Vool Dresses
(Jf House Dresses
Just A Few
ONE LOT OF CALFSKIN GAUNTLET GLOVES, THE KIND
THAT OTHER STORES SELL FOR $1 AND $1.25; VERY
SPECIAL AT 492
ONE LOT OF LADIES' AUTO SCARFS, BARGAIN AT....252
ONE LOT OF BOYS' CAPS, VERY SPECIAL AT 102
ONE LOT OF SWEATERS, SIZES 32 AND 34, SPECIAL..-..49t2
from $1 up
ONE LOT OF WOOL SOX, VERY SPECIAL AT 10t2
ONE LOT OF CANVAS GLOVES, LIMITED THREE PAIRS
TO A CUSTOMER 52
ONE LOT MT. HOOD BIB OVERALLS, VERY SPE0lXL..252
ONE LOT GOOD OIL GRAIN WORK SHOES..:. ;..j52.24
ONE LOT RUBBER BOOTS $2.08
Will H. Wilson
Cheapest Store in the West phone 467 126 N. Front Street
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