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KTTCDFOTCT) MATL TttTBUNTC, MEDFORD, ORISON, "FlitDAY, APRIL n, 1011.
IN BATTLE WITH
XL PASO, Toxns, Apr'l 3. right
Inc between General ltos.Mto Iter-
tinnclc' rebel force ntul the vntiKiian'.
ok (icnornl Volasco's fleeing federals
from Torrcon was reported today by
(Icnornl Villa to General Carrania at
The skirmish, Villa stated, oc
curred southeast of Canon el Guar
ocho and Boveral federals woro Killed
nnd many wounded. Hernandest n
trying, according to the message to
cngago the mnln column and drive
It baclt upon Torron.
How many men Velasco had with
Mm was not known but It was be-
WOMAN WHOM JURY "
ACQUITTED FOR MURDER
1 v H
I'WHHB x .J W
jSMHHr r nM
ONE DEAD. 5 HURT !"ELL CONCERT
WlSt rvVW COPELAND
To the tons INt of w onion In tli
Hovod from Hornaiwlof reports to liej Untotl M,M w,, ,uxc Knlw, ,m.
inucii larger mnii wns ni nnsi tmi--losd.
It was considered evident that the
federals woro trying to get to Sat
tllla. Hernandez' men. howctcr.
liarred the way, and with General
Contrcra's division coming uw be
Iilud, Velasco seemed certain to be
caught between two fires.
BULL MOOSE ORATORS
SPEAK AT WENATCHEE
WEXATCHKK, Wn-.li., April 3.
Mcilill McConnick of Cliienp), one
of the leading progressives in the
country, nnd Ole Hanson, candiilnte
for the United Slates senate, will be
the principal bpenlers here nt n
bull moose mass mcctiiuj Monday
Ole Hanson, spenkinp nt Coulee,
Wntli., last night drew the larueM
nudience ever assembled in Qrnnl
county, nnd predicts n sweeping
bull mooe victory in this state this
and gone free l added the name of MIm
May Corn-land, a pretty tweuty-joar-otd
girl f Wi-ttem Kcutuv.-ky.
Miss Copclnnd and tier sweetheart
were tried In Ma) field. Ky for the Mil
Ing of her brothcr-lii law, Hugh Atehl
SANTA MOKH'A, Cnl., April X-
j'lOne H1..H djiitjj and l'io o.Ium
aw moio r le M-rimi-ly injtm-d u
the result of two nutomohiloH eollid
uiir, ulm-li oeeurred here early lo
lti. lloth mi-Imp- weto nt the
-nine jpot, n -limp eune on the
W-hington houlevnid nt t'omplon
neuue, jut outs'de of the Venice
Fa nllv injured: It. P. Jennings of
the Phoenix Mauiifnctiiiing com
pany, skull fractured, probably will
Seriously injuietl: Wmteu Vnnee,
of the Vnm-e Onnowm Automobile
eomimny, l.os Angeles; Wiureti
llueksnioiith, i-hi'f K tig Oeorge ho
tel, painfully eut; A. II. (.'one, eleik,
KmpresK hotel; .ltuues Howard, tnt
oling sulestmin; Henry Lesuei- of
'The Medford Orclu-stiiil club will
render a final concert on Tuesday
eenlng. April "111, at tint I'resbMer
Ian church. This will be the lust !
pearance of Dr. J. W J. Marlon, who
has been the leader tu musical cir
cles of Medford for the last threw
ieani. This concert Is (ton to all and
io collection tnKon, i:eijlnnly Is
weU-ome to this feast of music,
Investlgnto the latest I'imIhIiiii
models. Itlouscs madu from $1.00
up, ono piece dresses futin fH fill up.
Cutting and fitting a feature. P. k
Deuel Store. 12'
A. P. .V A. M. Attention.
Work In the P. C. degreo tonight
S 00 p in Ker)body come.
RATE DECISION BY
WAKIIINUTON. Apul .1. K'epie
xeiitnlUes of enileiii utllumiW, wli
lme nuked petnnssioii to meiense
their fi eight rules ; per eenl. elo-el
then- texllmoux lodn nnd nked U"'
Inleistute eoiuuieiee enunulslou to
finish the ense net week In nuler
lo epiMliln IU ilfcislon. The v'ii
mission Is expeeletl to leiiiler iln tie
cInioii Mii.v 1
MEDFORD FLUFF RUG CO
Kug ami Carpet Cleaning
nil I3AST iAiAIN STItlOKT
WASHIXHTON. April '.'.-The
uomiiuitiou of William Woodburn ol
Keno to be I'nited Stutes disiin-l tit-
son, and were acjultted. It was thelorm,y for Xexniln was sent to tin
second trial, the first ending with the stuute today.
Jury In hopeless disagreement.
STUDY OTHER CITIES
Tho drafting commltteo of the
'chart or commission held another
meeting last night, given over largch
to a dlscuselon of tho organization
and powers of tho city's legislative
body. A careful study of the deter
mination of other cities, notably
Berkeley, Colorado Springs. Tacoma
nnd I)aton, on these points, is being
made. Meetings are. held weekly and
will be more frequent as tho work
W. C. T. U. ITEMS.
A most interesting reunion wuh en
joyed nt the library building on the
cu-ning of March .'II by the mem
bers nnd fricndu of the W. C. T. l
in honor of the grcnt statesman nnd
philanthropist, tho lute Nenl Dow. A
(unrtet rendered two selections
which were well rccchcd; addresses,
recitations nnd memoirs nil intensely
interesting ami instructive were rcn
tiered, nnd Dr. Hill, who bud the
honor nnd pleasure of being n friend
nnd co-worker with Mr. Dow, relat
ed innny incidents of their work
along tho line of temperance.
Mr. Dow is truly culled the father
of prohibition, ns he wus the firt
to begin a systematic and persistent
warfare in Mainu ngtiiust the cil
John II. dough did him the honor
to Kiiy of him, "that ho was n heud
nnd shoulders above nil stiitesineii
nnd spenkers." Horneo Greely said
"that ho was a prophet nnd a states
man of HtnteMiien."
It was in tho year 1B!2 that the
women of the W. C. T. U. ennceied
tho idea of honoring him by holding
"Nenl Dow" meetings, which custom
bus been ml I if red to ever since. He
died in 1807, full of years mid
mourned by nil who had ever come
in contact with him.
A paper wus read by Mrs. Leon
ard, in-ro our late beloed president,
Mrs. Kdith Hill Hooker, who has
gono to her rownul.
Mrs. Manning gno u most enter-
tniuing nnd umusiiig reading, entitled,
"Not Dend, Nor Dreaming"; uImi
ono on tho subject of "Does Prohi
bition Prohibit?" which ceituiul)
proved to her hearers that it docs.
Mis, Mcining read u paper which
her mother, Mrs. Gilkuy, u stienuous
woikcr in the cause, wiotu on .Seal
Mrrf, McCiilloiiL'h tendered somK
interesting excerpts on thu life of
Nenl Dow and strongly indorsed the
ulaleineiit of Horace (Irecly,
Tiiu V, V, T. U, feels Hint tho
UhIuii has good reason lo cougratu
Mu kt) .HKwibers mill woikers in Ihe
ojf mi thu inphl progicHS lhu( is
ydu mtul ivwutd I ho ijoul,
CITY OWNED TROLLEY
BREAKS ALL RECOTDS
SAX FHAXOSCO, tnl., April 3.
The Geary street municipal street
railway broke nil previous records .n
March when n total of 4!.3.1G!t..0
was recorded us earnings, according
to figures given out here todn. This
exceeds by fUOO any previous mouth,
the ne.t biggest being ?oS,liC.'l..il) for
The Union street line, iucludid in
the municipal s) stent, nNo held up
its end with n totnl of .'!,7 10.10.
which is more than hnlf the amount
earned by the Genry street line,
while ii ts not hnlf the length of that
road, and did not cost one-sixth as
much ns the flsnry street line. The
two roads earned sS8,(!S-I.liO during
March. The dnil) mirage earnings
of the Ge.iry strctt I lie were ?1,-002.'-M.
nnd tho-e of the lu: n
street line .n"iS..".i.
SYXtH'SiS OV UK AXXtWIi STATIJMIIVT tif Till.'
German Alliance Insurance Company
of Xew York, In tho State, of Xw York, on the air.t day of December, I HI 3,
made to the Insurance Commissioner of the State of Oregon, pursuant to
Amount of capital stock paid up . , ... $ 100,000.00
Xet premiums received during tho )ear i ti2.S,3!HJ.'85
Interest, dividends nnd rents received during the ear SI, SOT S'
Income from other sources received during the ,venr fiS,(ll
Total income ..
Net losses paid during tin enr . ..
Dividends paid during the enr on capital stock
Commissions and salaries paid during the )car
Taxes, licence and fees paid during the )ear ...
Amount of all other expenditures
. :i;ji'i 7 is -j-j
:u, S10 0
Total expenditures J i!l,U0JiM
Value of stocks nnd bonds owned (market, value) $l,i'.:tl,0l.t.00
Loans on mortgages and collateral, etc. ..'. fifi.OOO 00
Cash In banks and on hand :t:i,3r'-' f'.
Premiums' In course of collection written since September 30,
191.1 .. 10!.i'itM in
Interest and rents due and accrued t,l lO.ftO
Total assets $ 1.S1MI3 '- I
Total assets admttted III Oregon $ t.S 10, OKI L I
Gross claims for losses unpaid . . I P'.sT-'.t!:!
Amount of unearned premiums on alt outstanding risks -1 ST, 007. on
All other liabilities 10,000.00
(TUKS DUIXK 1IA1IIT
no uui.orm.y sueceisnu nas uu-. Total liabilities excluslv.. of capital stock
IMXK been In restoring the victims of Totnl premiums In force December 31. 11M3
the "Drink Habit" into sober and llu-lucss In Oregon for the Year
useful cltlxeus, and so strong Is our, Totnl risks written during tho year
confidence In Its curative powers.' "ross Premiums received during the )car . . . ..
.that wo want to cmphasUe the fact j0MM (, a,rn ,ho yar ;
tliat Ullltl.NK is sold under this past-1 Losses Incurred during the ear
tlve guarantee. If. after a trial, you j Total amount of risks outstanding In Oregon l)s-ember
gel no benefit, your money will bo I 3, ,s"
rnfnn,!,1 fllllt I VP rnl. nnll- t I .1111 UKIl.M.. .VI.UIA.MIi I.VBI ll.l.M IJ IU,1',,M
per box. Ask for Free Booklet. 1..
1). Hasklns druggist.
s n i n.n :iiu'.T
HYNOI'SIS (P III! ANSI .l, SI'ATIIIXT OV TIN:
Northwestern Fire and Marine Insuranc Co
of Minneapolis. In tho Stiite of .Minnesota, on tho 31st day of Ie0uiboi,
l'i ia. Vomit, to llio lii.nr" iicrt Commissioner of tho State of OreBou, pur-
stiaut to law ;
Amount of capital stock paid up
Net premiums received during the enr . .
Interest, dividends nnd rents received during the )er .
Total Income -
',t tosses unld durluu tho Venr
Dividends paid during the )enr on capital storl
CoiuiuIhhIoiin uitd salailes paid during the )ear
TikNes, llceues and fees pnlil during the )eur
Amount of all other evptindltures
Total expenditures 73l.G0.Otl
Value of real estate owned (market value) .... ,,!,?,,,J r.!!
Value of stocks and bonds owned (market value) I d .t , A 7 t . ) I
Loans on mortgages and collateral, etc J!':!!'!!? H.J
Cash In banks and on hand .70,-ti.oa
Premiums In course of collection written sluco September
mi una fin.or.n.si
Interest and leiits due and aicrued II.GfiH. 13
Total assets admitted In Oregon
(irons claims for losses unpaid
Amount of unearned premiums on alt iiuutstaudlug links.
All other liabilities -
1 lly W.M. X. Kiti:.Mi:n.
1 Statutory general agent nnd attorney for service Harvey Wells.
t it. a. iiolmls. Mi:iroiti A()i:.T.
. . 43U,ti 33
Total llnhllltlos exclusive of capital stock of . $300,001), f
$337,301 ot sXvcr, s.S
Total premiums In forco December 31. tll3 $ M3,(73.33
$3,t'nt,3l7 00 ItiisliM-ss In On-gin for tin- Venr
3!t.r.: l.-r. Total risks written during tho cnr f 3I3.733.00
".Bfi.S 3S Gross premiums rseved during the )e.ir r,7sU M
I0.S03 IS Premliinis retunusl during tho ear 1.703 f.7
IO.U37.43, Losses paid during the )ear I.77H.03
I lisses lucurreil during thu )eur ,77.S.C3
33l,7niMlO Total amount of risks outstanding In Oregon December 31,
1M3 . 1 1'i.tiiu mi
xitTiiviSTi:itv rim: and maiiixi: ixsnusci: co.
lly PACIFIC STATKS rilti: INSniANCi: CO, General Agents.
Statutory general agent and attorney for sen It o A V Glesy.
EVERY WOMAN SHOULD'
HAVE THIS SET
Monster Easter Reduction Sale
Ol'It MIUDVS COMItlXATIOX
toili.t PKitreii: si:t
This set contains X of our molt
1 Dottle .Mllnd)'s I'erfunie.
1 Ijirge Ilottlu .Mllad)'n Slianipoo.
1 CaVc MJlad)V Cuticle Konp.
1 Jar Mlliul)' Itovv Cold Cream.
1 Sifter Itox .Mllnd)'s Talcum 1'ovv
der. You know these preparations, th"
are famous for their puro uclltlis
and agreeable odors. They are boltr
sold tho world over at from nCc to
$1.00 for each preparation. Your
dealer would charge )ou not Ic.j
than $3.50 for the set and we art- or
ferlng it to you for a limited lLu
only for $1.00.
vanity I'uiisi: riti:i:
Flti:i: If you will send In jour or
der now we will send you absolute!)
free with this sot, Ono Simulation
German Silver Vunlly Purse, New
York's latest Cruzc. This pur Jo Ii
of striped design, two ball clasp,
with cable link chain Sllkolino lined
one sldo contains half pocket, other
side with spring coin holders, dime,
nickel and quarter.
We will send Milady's Set complote
with Vanity purso If you order nt
onco for $1.00. We sell you direct.
Order now today.
Agents need not wrlto.
Sond ten cents In stamps to ceve:
postage Send $1.00 coin or money
UXIVi.'HSAL JHOIL'CTS CO.
Da) ton, Ohio
100 Uoautiful New nrocmlod Ti-cpc and
Mescaline Petticoats, in all colors,
choaj) at $2.00 sale (g Q
price ,each $ J. O J
CENTRAL AVR., NI3AU V. O.
Saturday Store Heurs: 8:150 a. in. to 8:o0 p. in.
EASTER OLOVE SALE
fiOO paii-s new Kid
(Moves, in all colors
and sizes, real
KJ-Hiittoii While S
Kid ! loves, in all &
sizes, real ..' val- V
'('s, n9 JO V
a pair, H) TtO Y
I 40000 Worth of Clean Up to Date Merchandise at Great Reduction I
oi Luna Trouble
AinuiJL' the laill(ullun of llirrnlCNH
I.uui; Ttoutilt- lire u loullnutil mui'li,
fivir ainl nlk'lit ntat A iluiue of ill
initio ill It'll lit Urn, lut It wnu Hut mituv
tlitiic morn I mitli-il to ttp tlie ei,-u
ainl wftili uml urrl tUc iiuivhj( Uw
piiw. i:.-Luwir Altirnllw. iiflir iimny
rriiM of um, it klmuii In In- iuit l"ii
jicliil iii luliiirliii: nl-'iit rillif. In iimnr
vatiA oi:iiiltlv n-ierl. Invfiillunle
ttiU iiiai- Bilu'll rity. Mu,
"lii-nlleimir I liml n Iprrllili- iuukIi.
nUbi k.iuu ami plf irty In my luii.it
A um ii wliu liriinl Hi' iiiiitfliliu mltWl
Iiik lo luk'- jour Altvriitlw I I'Jll iio
ntlililloii to 111 in linn I pit o Jm.
tin- iliKtnr nil'l 1 kliouM an to V)uuiliik'
1 UM, HU'I wliin I cut Hi-rt- I klruilllr
grew Viurw 'llieii I reiin-nilHTwl wlwl
Imi) 1'it'ii tolil iiiu uImmiI )nur imilli lnc
I Usui! luLlui: It. Willi no fJllli lwl
vi ur hut ! fort- I liml tutcni Hint
IhiIIIi'K, I tnul'l i' J I niiyllilii.' IVwr uiel
nlk-lil k i'ii l Mtupixsl uml for wtr u jcir
I inivu iHfii mil iiiiij in iit'iirr iiiuiiu
tlimi I oir
W I' 110)1 A It
lAlmui ulilirvrljlwl. Ilium on liiiui-al I
Hl.iimii' AlliriillH'liiik t-t ii Iimmii Ii
man) yt-urs tit to lu moit ifiluilou
for mviiv TliMMit i nil I .ii ijk Affii lloiK,
llronilillU. Ilroiulilul Atlloiui Hlnlilxirn
Colli uml In iiiiliiillilliis I lie r,l1
r.niliiliH nu iisrnillrs. iwUuiu or Imlilt
inriillUK iliuii A lor iimi i. iniii
20S' OFF ON ALL COATS AND SUITS 20
All $15.00 Suits
All $18.00 Suits
All $20.00 Suits
All $25.00 Suits
All $30.00 Suits
All $1)5.00 Suits
All $-10.00 Suits
All $10.00 Coats
All $12.50 Coats
All $18.00 Coats.
All $20.00 Coats
All $25.00 Coats .
All $30.00 Coats
10', r OFF ON WOOL DRESS GOODS 10
A slight eliarge for alterations. See display in windows.
50e All-Wool Dress Goods 45
75c Dress tlonds . . 7
$1.00 Dress tioods 90
$1.25 Dress Clouds . $1.12"
$1.50 Dress d'oods .. $1.35
$2.00 Dress Cloods , $1.80
$2.50 Dress Cloods .. $2.25
All goods bought Saturday
18-inch All Silk Mcssa lines in all
colors, 75c grade, AQn X
18-inch Foulards, now patterns
ami colors, 75c val- CQ X
lies, now, yard .. ... JL JL
;r'-nicii tiiu kiiuk in
siripes, fast coloix,
75c grade, yard
FREE SAVE YOUR SALESLIPS AND GET WM. ROGERS' TRIPLE PLATED GUARANTEED SILVERWARE FREE
SATURDAY SALE OF "KAYSER'S" GLOVES
sizes and colors
Gloves in all
coloi-s, ji pair,
Gloves, in all
shades, a pair,
SATURDAY SALE OF NEW MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
white and col
tion Suils, very
Slips, in all
JUST RECEIVED OUR NEW LINE OF FINE IMPORTED PARASOLS. SEE THE NEW SHAPES SATURDAY
UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY SALE
Women's and Chil
dren V) Fast Black J lose,
all sizes, per Q
Girls' Vina ttibbed Fast
Black Hose, all sizes,
good as most 1 C
25e grades, pr... ADC
JJovs' Ileavv Nibbed
Fast Hack Iiomj lor
Women's Fine Silk
Lisle I lone, real P
y U5e values, pr. ADLi
Women's Pine Ribbed
Summer Vests, very
Women's Umbrella and
Tight Knee Pants, fine
ut iriiimlm, nihI Mrm iu l.iku.ui
MUiiulurr rinlmUlnJili j' tut l AA44 A A A A A A A AAAAAAAA
Womens Union Suits,
all new styles, jj
special, suit LuQj
Hoys' Porous KjiiI Un
ion Suits, S C
Hpeeial, suit Oyt
Best Prints, Cotton
Challies, per gf
Clark's O. N. T. Spool
Best Darning Cotton,
3 for 5c
SENSATIONAL SALE OF WAISTS
up to $2 values,
72x00 Hleached Sheets,
special at, Q
'VI and '15-ineh Pillow
Waists, very spe
Mouses, all sizes,
I'roof Corsets, in
all sizes, now
models, vi'vy spe
cial, a pair
SATURDAY IS CORSET DAY
AVarner's Front Sol ,,Ih r,M'
1 .111.1. r'm-uwu Goodwin Front
- ' '
good as most $5
Laco and ivy