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TfRDFORD MATL TRTmTNR MTCDFOUn. OKHCIOX. TUTC8TAY, MAKCTT 10, 1!)M.
STREET SCENE IN NEW YORK CITY DURING LAST WEEK'S BIG SNOW STORM
BANK LOOTED OF
$2000 BY SEVEN
REPEAL OF TOLLS
WASHINGTON, Mnr. 10. lines,
ligation of charges of the. xlsteiro
of a lobby to block tlto resolution for
epcnl of tlto exemption clause of the
Panama cnnnl net, was ordered thU
afternoon to start Thursday by Sen
ator I.eo S. Overnmn of North Caro
llim, chairman of the senate, lobby
commlttocs. Clarence Dcknlght ot
Washington will be the first witness
A technical correction In the tolls
repent bill was tnnde this afternoon j
by the house commerce commltte '
Itopqnl was ordered of the second
clause of the canal act which. It wn J
pointed out, might possibly bo con-,
strued as giving the president tut- i
thorlty to exempt American vessels '
The vole on the correction stood 14 I
to 12 against, with several commit
HURL FLOWER POTS AT
(Sl.ASGOW, Scotland, March 10.
Mrs. limmellno Pankhnrst was ar
rested last night at a suffrage meet
ing St. Andrews hall, after a pierce
fight wltli the police In which n score
of women were hurt and several con
Mrs. Pankhurst had just declared
that tho women had ample justifies
Ion for fighting for- their rights as
tho men over had, when tho police
with drawn clubs entered. Anticipat
ing troublo tho suffragettes stretched
a network of barb wire across the
Tho wlro concealed by flowers
proved efficacious with tho aid of
inascullno supporters using flower
pots, chairs and anything they could
seize In holding tho police a few min
utes. When tho police finally stormed
the platform, several women produc
ed clubs from under their cloaks and
used them vigorously. During tho
fighting several blank cartridges
woro fired and miniature bombs ex
ploded. Many women fainted. The police
celled Mrs. I'ankhurst, dragged her
oft the flatform through the hall to
tho street. Hero desperato efforts
woro mado to rescue her as the po
lice forced her into a taxlcab and
drove to the police station.
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CARS STALLED AT HX'.KALD SQUAKE, NEW VOllK CITY.
Khnllll tbe famous hllirnnl of ISSS, New York U Jmt emerging from the worst storm tli.it It ha suffered since that period. "
Iturueou the whip, of a gale that raged" with n velocity Mint at one time reached eight) five miles an hour.lho latest liiHliillinrnt of the ctimuliilhe lillziunl grlppnl lheelt for imiiiy dnyi.
i'usliievs so far js deluerle are inuveruttl, was nu-lUair.v at a eoniplete sttimlstlll; iitnvt cars and even whole truliii In the outlying octluiiN wcrosmiwiil In, the great r.illioinl )ttciii
nkl:ig their termini at New York and Jersey ixlutn praitleally ilUcnnliil their kcIuOiiIi . telegmph, electric light and trolley wlret were remrted down from all Kilnttj Hie kcIkhiU were pructl
enliy i!o-erted; shipping wut at a staudstlll. t.Ung up lmmeiie M" itlen of fuel and food, and the Street (.'leaning Department l facing tho crMs In It career.
M.ui.i deaths from the i.ere .'eiueiits were reportttl and the yuffcrlug In the thickly ptipulatM e.ut Hide kvviluu was luteiue. The whole vlt wa pracllcall tied up and with
sranltj ef fi.cilsluffs ixwr HriiH euduied mu.'li hanUhlp.
HOLD MEDFORD MAN ON OLD
CHARGE OF EMBEZZLEMENT
Charles Swan, whom tho local au
thorities havo had a warrant for since
1911, charged with embcMlIng from
It. II. Dradshow. who at that tliuo
was proprietor of tho West Sldo Liv
ery stable, a sum of money, was ar
rested In Seattle tho first ot the
week. Constable Estcs received a
telegram from tho Seattle chief of
pollco yesterday and has sent tho
warrant and complaint. Swan has
relatives living in this city and is well
known in tho valley.
With Medford trade is Medford tusde
1'OIJTI.AXn, Or.. Mnroli 10. Do-teetive-
e.terdny tunuri over to
Donald 11. Smith f amnio 1'n- hi-
two oouo who hud been oiritel from
home, oJiid to luive liven nt tlte tn-
Hinuce of their mother, who i- fur
ins n otntutury charge nt aritut-
The ofiieura foiiuil lliu Iml- on n
rnneii near Vxineouwr, Wn-h..
where lliev hail been taken when the
mother learned her piano to liavi
them tnken to Chicn;.'o were ili-eov-crtil.
Mrs. -M. K. Hoil who enr'ng
for them. It i- nllccd that Mr.
Iloyd hud been iu-tructcl to place
the liul in n Pullman eompartment,
the mother to join them when the
train pulled into Grants Pit-.
Mrs. Smith wii nrreted in coin
puny with CiiUin Allen, funnerlv
employed nt the government linteh
ery. Smith N n pmniinrnt nineh
mnn niul nn expert in irrigation mat
I hereby give notice that my wife,
Clara Dellows. having left my bed
and board, I wilt not bo responsible
for any bills alio makes.
FKKD A IIKI.I.OWS.
EDITOR EXAMINER, DEAD
SAX FKAXCISCO, CtiK. March 10.
W. W. Xuushton, '.pertiiif: editor
of the San FmnoUoo Kxnmiuer and
one of tlte bet known fight critic
in the Unitcl Snte. died IfVre tht
afternoon of heart ilUen-e.
X'nughton ww found deml in lol
ohortly after noon by n number of
hi- family. He wax n vietfm of
heart trouble, stiperindueed by mi nt-
itaek of neute indige-tion with whieli
lie wnx -trieken lat week. At that
time lti? wan removed to St. Mury'o
ho-pitnl, hut he nppenred to recover
joo rapidly that nfter n few il.t
otay there he was removed to hit
With Medford trade Is Medford made.
Gold I lilt gossips wlwno tongue
wnggingx brought n 15-enr-old girl
before Judge Ton Velle of the juve
nile eonrt tliix morning, on delin
rpieney eliarex, will be forced to Ap
pear and texiify, if further com
plaints nre innilc. The girl vvu turn
ed over to her stepfather, n Mr.
Xieholoou, there Iieing no evidence
that the little niUx liad done any
wroii).'. Complnint was nmde to Prin
cipal Adam of the (told Hill oehoolx,
a clique ile-iring to have her ixpell
ed, it is oaid.
Three children of O. Woolf.dk.
living on u homestead with their
father on upper Kvans creek, were
before the juvenile judge on com
plnint that they were ill-eared for
ami kept out of school; thai ho wu
divorced from their mother, mid that1
owing to eve trouble he vviih forced
to give up his machinist, work, lie
promised to put tlieiu ill school. The
charge (hut they wcie ill-eund for
Notlco Is hereby given that tho un
dersigned will apply to tho city coun
cil at Its meeting to be held March
17th, 1911, for n llccnso to sell malt,
spirituous and vinous liquor In quan
tities lens than a gallon at Its plnco of
business on West Main street, city
of Medfonl for n period ot six
Dated Mnrch 2nd, 1911.
Some Good Roses for Walls
We nre often nskod to recom
mend u remedy for skin trouble.
We have secured tho exiliulve agency
Directors of the Kogue liner Val
ley I'ruit V Produce association are
meeting today to discuss mid vole
upon the 101 1 contract of the North
west Fruit exchange. It will prob
ably he lute today before it vote is
reached, ns the directors urn titling
up each paragraph of n long con
tract and iiunlvmg it, sentence by
Sl'.MAS, W'usli., Mil i eh lO.-Tho
bituk ill Abbott's l-'oid, II. ('., whs
held up mid lohbed of t'JOllll in unlit
and euriciiey at uhout 10 o'clock
this uioiuliig bv seven uinskcil men,
Tlueo of the dcMpciudocs waited mil .
side the bank Just liller it had op
ened wh'le t lift r four eotupaiiioiis
wllh levblvers wcill In and foiced
the cashier and a clerk, lite only
persons tu h,i Imnk, to sm tender the
Due of lite bandits eoveied the
clctlt mid another (htust Ills tcvol
ver Into the face ol' lite cashier, A
thud man walked into tho Icllei's,
cage, where the nionev had been
placed when (lie bank was opened
ohoitlv hefoie, and seljed the loot,
After taking Hie money the ban
dits joined their wuftiitc companions
mid jnu toward tit ilskiils of the
ellv, where il is believed tliev had
mi iiiilouiohile in wnitiiif;. Possoii
wete nimi!xci In Abbot's Ford mid
Sinims mid me In puisitit of the iob.
IF HEADACHY. DIZZY,
Your Liver Is I'n 1 1 of Itlle) Models
(loggeil, Htonmrli Hour, Tongue
f.sittsl, llrenlli Itml
(let a lO'ceiit box now.
You're bilious! You havo n throb
bing sensation In your head, a bad
lastn In )our mouth, otir eyes burn,
jour skin Is ) el low, with dark rings
under oiir ees; our lips are
pnrched. Xo wonder ou feel ugly,
menu and Ill-tempered. Your ss
leiu Is full of bllo tint proHirly
pnssmt off, and what oii need Is a
cleaning up Inside. Don't vonttiiuo
being a bilious niilsnnco to yonrsnir
utid those who lovn )ou, and don't
resort to harsh pb)lc that Irrltato
nud Injure, 'ftemember (list most
disorders of tho stomach, liver and
bowels are cured by morning with
gentle, thorough Casrarets they
work while )oti sleep. 10-ccnt box
from your druggist will keep ottr
liver and bow'els clean; stoiimcu
swert, and your head clear for
mouths. Children lovn to tnkn Cas-
senteiice. I l.e entire direelorilto i
in uttendmice, mid no other lihius carets, because they tasto good and
is being considered.
never gripe or sicken.
JIESTING IN THE GJiOG GLASS.
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Tor Wall Facing South
Bnnksin, LuUu (liauksiau), Itoyal
Kortieultiire ooeiety, lb'21; yellow,
very vigorous; does not flower freely
until well established; small double
Climbinjr La France (II. T.j, Hen
deroon, 1891; pillar; wall; a strong
growing sport from Ln France.
Climbing Liberty (M. T.), Mny,
11108; wall; n eliuiliiiiK sport from
Climbing Papa finntior (II. T.),
Clicrrier, 1001; vigorous; wull; u
climbing sport from I'apii (inutier.
Climbing Mr. W. J. Grunt (II. T.),
The K. 0. Hill Co., 1MI9; pillur, wull,
pot, petrjjinj,' down; devp rosy pink.
Cliiubiiig White Miimuii Coehet
(T.), Coehet, lSU.'l; deep llesh-bliad-
ed fiivvn, outer pctnls Kiiffused light
rose; vigorous; exhibition, garden,
stuuilard, pot; one of the best hud
most leliablo of the tens.
Francois Crousso (II. "'.), fluillot,
1000; crimson; vigorous, pillar, wull;
good early nud late.
Lady Wnterlow (II. T.). Xubon
iiiiihI, MJO.'I; palo koIiiioji blush, edg
ed earmiue; oemi-elimher; gurdeii,
bush, pillar, wall, peggiu;; down,
Mine. Alfred Cnrriere (H. X.),
Sclnwut, IS"!); white ohadcil blush,
the best wjiite elimbyr; (lowers ugiiin
in uutiimu; vigorous climber; pillar,
urch, pergola, wall.
Ilcvo d'Or (X.), Diichcr, 18(10;
buff eIlow; vigorous climber; nreli,
pergola, wall; flower ngnm freely
in 4ho uutiimu.
Tea ltmnhlcr (mult, scan.), Paul &
Son, lOO.'l; eopis-ry pink; very vigor
ous; pillur, urch, pergola; u fine
rambler, Hummer flowering.
For Wull Facing Xortli
Arils Kover (II. P.), A. Dickson &
Sons, J &!l; dark crimson; vigorous
climber; pillar, wall, trellis.
Ilennelfs Seedliiu,' (Atr.), Dennett,
18 1(1; white; vigorous j'liiuber; it very
trugraut, free llowerine; rose.
Climbing Aiiuco yihert (X.), Cur
tis, 1811; while: vigorous climber;
almost evergreen; good in autumn,
ens), Jncrpii's, 18-8; creamy white;
very vigorous elunbcr; euily.
Gloiro de Dijon (T.); hCo "for wall
l M 'O" tHC WUIICMtMIH J
Oa tHC KJIIIlg HtMIH .
I II DC HANK
A DWAsW" TERRIER IN A GROG- GLASS
The Doberiuunn I'iuscher herewith shown In a grog glass U one of the
imwit Imjiortiint ami distinctive of Ocrman terriers and Is a haudnome blatU
Mini tail dotf of about the same vvclfht us tho Airedale, lie Is described as Ihciy
tuul miu im1 momI VMruUia kllhw, courmfcous, good IvuiiiercU uud devoted.
You have onlv to wipe
vour dishes when vou let them
practically wash themselves with
A labor-saver for cleaning pots and pans,
floors, woodwork and everything.
5c and larger packages.
"let tkm QOLD DUST TWINS Oo you worh"
which wo highly recomiiieml
sell on n posltlvo guaranteo.
Ilrpild preparation contnliiH Ingred
ients that could not bo cmplo)cd in
salvo form, and theso havo tho moft
valuablo healing properties,' These
advantages of Morltol Kczomn He
medy over till other skin remedies
nre of speclnl valuo In tho (rcatmuut
of this distressing and stubborn
IIASKIXK' llllt'G STdlti:
KviIiihIvo Mcritol Agency
Hspeilully deslrablo because of tho
kt)lc, wear mid comfort you buy,
Fresh, roustnnlly replenished
stocks from which to make your se
lection and secure a perfect fit. Wo
offer y on these handsome low shoes
' $3.50 In $i.50
shoes are worthy
of vour careful
Wo nlvo 8. ft II.
(H'l'OSITF. ItlHT (ll'FICi:
Men's Hats . .
Men's Kentucky Pants
$1.00 to $4.00
1.50 to 5.00
Khaki and Whipcord Pants 1.25 to 1.75
Men's Work Shirts
Men's Dress Shirts
Men's Shoes .
Men's Suits .
.50 to 1.25
2.85 to 5.00
9.75 to 20.00
West Main Street