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MMUMMtl) MAIL TltlHUNI'J. MUOKOKI), ODIIOON, Tl'KHllAY. AIMill, at, Ml
ItuRiio ltltor ilnnlUt association
convenes for three days In tlio Klrst
llnptlU church of this city Tuesday
Wednesday and Thursday. Dr. llln
son of tho Whlto Tcmrtlo, Portland,
will preach the annual sermon this
even I iik.
Hoyal llnkory goods at DeVoos.
The Koriio river valley IcnRtio
opened lis season In Grants l'ns
Sunday with Medford ns opponents
and Mayor McKlnlstry pitching the
first liall, Medford won S to 3.
Threatening skies held down tho at
tendance. Shorty Miles, of Medford,
playing under Grants Pass colors, got
i tw ounce hit, that the umps refused
to allow. Talent and Gold Hill of
tlto league played a 12 lnnlm Ram
at Gold Hill, Gold Hill wlnnm - 9 to
b Manager Kwlng says that from
present Indications baseball will
know Its best yeai In the valley and
n a Interest Is on tho increase.
E. D. Weston, commercial photog
rapher, negatives made any time or
place by appointment Those M
Attorney W. E. Phlpps has riled a
motion In tho circuit court In his
suit against tho assessment of tho
city In sewer district No. 13, asking
that tho exhibit filed by the cicty con
taining tho ordinance, etc., bo not
allowed on the grounds that it would
cost ISO to transcribe on an appeal,
and, besides, has nothing at all to
do with tho case.
Screen door at Medford Lumber
It. H. Qugnon of Darron Is In tho
city today attending to the disposal
of several head' of beef cattle.
Typewriters. All makes new and
rebuilt. Sold, rented and repaired.
Typewriter Exchange, 9 North Fir
Sam Stern, of San Francisco, for
merly of Medford, arrived Tuesday
for a few days visit with relatives.
Plato Ice. Morning deliveries.
Medford Ico & Storago Co. Phone
Dill Guernsey, former Medford
printer and socialist editor, write
local peoplo that ho la preparing to
invade, Moxico as a 'free lance war
correspondent with San Diego as a
base of operations. '
Fresh lime. Med lord Lbr. Co.
Mrs. Graco Ardell who was oper
ated upon at Sacred Heart hospital
a month ago has sufficiently recov
ered t6 be removed to her home, anJ
la on the road to rapid recovery.
Tho. standard bred stallion. King
Seal, No. 61138. record 2 : 1 1 U . over
half mile track made last September
at ancouver, Q. C, will mako a short
season beforo racing this year. Feo
120.00 to Insure T. L. Taylor, own
C. T. Huntington of Oakland, Ore.,
la a business visitor In the city this
Gentlemen are positively guaran
teed to euro dandruff and other scalp
troubles. Parisian Hair Dressing
Parlors, 429 M. F. & H. llldjc. 35
Jack Scarkaddcn of Eugene Is at
tending to business matters in the
valley this week.
Milk and cream at DoVoe's.
C. H. Stewart or Albany Is vjs
Itlng frleuds and relatives and at
tending to business In the city thin
gavo monoy. Uso Plato Ice. Med
ford Ico & Storage Co. Phono 2fil.
One or tho speakers of i or;.
tlonal fa in o who will campaign In
this state In the fall in the Interest
of tho wet Hide of the liquor ques.
tlon Is Clarence. Darrow, labor law
yer. Darrow Ih scheduled to spend
the final weeks of the campaign in
Sco Tumy for rire Insurance.
A fire alarm was turned In this
noon from an empty dwelling on
South Oakdale. The fire depart
ment made a run to tno scene and
discovered there was no fire, the
smoke from a pilo of rubbish In a
furnaco causing the alarm of
neighbors. It was the first activity
of tho fire department In two weeks.
Don't be deceived. .Use Plato Ice.
Medford Jco Storago Co. Phone
Seven Hindus who Iibyo been work-
log' In tho lumber mills of Puget
Sound, passed through Medford Mon
day evening, enroute to Chlco, whore
they said they had work in tho match
factory, They were traveling by
hoof, and walked every foot of tho
way from Seattle. They cairled a
bag of rice u a commissary depart
ment, and each possessed a bundle of
Pay clear, puro Plato Ice, Med
ford Ico & Storage Co. I'houo 204
County AeHBnr W. T Grlevo of
Jacksonville apont a few bourn Mou
day afternoon iu Medford.
fcnitlaliitl ! liSllilnlilitiiitiilit n J
I Weeks A McGo wan Co.
V, W, Wfc JM-JJI
fhuuas A. K. On k7tf.M I
a - ' i
A number of people who like the
good old fashioned New Kngland dish
ot dandelion greens are scouring the
hillsides nnd the mondowa for their
favorlto vegetable, One young man
does quite a business selling them
front house to house.
Postcards "fie per doidn this week
at Up To Date Studio, 232 East Main.
Mrs. tleorgo Niiober ot Jackson
vlllo visited flrends and relatives In
this city Monday afternoon and e cit
ing. J. O. Gcrking, the beat all around
photographer In southern Oregon..
Alays reliable. Negatives mado any
where, tlmo or placo. Studio 3!S
Main St Phono 320-J.
Oscar Thomas of Ashland, was a
business visitor In the city Monday.
Joe II, lleemnn of Gold Hill spent
.Monday afternoon In Medford at
tending to business Interests.
Itay Ln Mar says go to Orres &
La Mar. 200 Main, for cleaning,
pressing nnd alterations. Phono 5SS
The pollco are looking for a
couple of rltUens who make a prnc
tlso or eating In a restaurant, and
forgetting to pay when they finish
They walk out without any formal
ity, nnd Dick Pflcffer of the I. S.
Cafe has been nipped a couple of
times .by, tho food swindlers. Dick
set a trap for one, but ho ato his
meal and then dodged the trnp.
Just received shipment or Imported
dyes. Wo arc now prepared to do all
kinds or fancy dyeing. Ghc us r.
Gardeners report that strawber
ries, raspberries, and garden truck
suffered but little from the frosts
ot Monday and Tuesday mornings.
In most cases protection being pro
vided before hand In the shape or
Special for, Sunday, Nepolltan
brick velvet Ice cream. Phono 4S1-
Wnfle Norilng who has been vis
iting friends in this city for tho last
month, has returned to Portland
wljcre he Is employed by the Peoples
Wo remodel all sorts of clothing.
Hobs Kline of Little Dutte, was a
business visitor in the city Monda
afternoon for n few hours.
.Kodak finishing, gloss?- or dull fin
ish at J. O. Gerklng's studio, 228 E.
Main St. Phona 320-.
A. K. Townsend or Marshfleld is a
business visitor in the city this week
J. H. George of Yreka. Cal., at
tended to business In this city and
Jacksonville Monday, returning to his
home this morning.
We d)o your old last spring's coat
In tho latest shades. We will also re
model It in the latest style. Pantor
lum. Roseburg now has a "Motorcyle
-Mike," and It is believed to be the
6ame gentleman who gav vent to his
speeding proclivities In this city for
rcw wceKs. anu men suuueniy
btopped. The same tactics are
adopted there as employed In this
Plato Ice, guaranteed clear, hard,
puro. Medford Ice & Storage Co.
Dill Vlnlng. who has a mining
claim near Squaw Lake is in the city
and says the report reached him and
his neighbors that two American
battleships were blown up at Vera
Cruz, aud was very much put out un
til he received the true information.
All tlioy knew was that the war had
started, and their source of news
painted a black picture ror Yankee
If you have a fancy gown or dress
that oii are tired of let us do It for
J. A. Torney Ib preparing to
develop his mining property on Pal
mer creek this summer,
Manila, chocolate and White's spe
cial ice cream for Sunday. Phono
Karl Mullneck, ago IS kn6wn as
"Slim" was beforo Judge Gay this
morning charged with bolng too
pugnacious towards small bo)s In tho
Jackson school It was alleged that
oung Mulluock administered a beat
ing to one small boy every time he
met him, and had the little fellow
so terrorized that hr refused to go
to school. The court ruled that Mul
neck must report to him every Sat
urday regarding his conduct, and
not to engage In any more fights.
Upon these promises he was released
upon his own recognizance
County Commissioner Con Lcuver
was- In the city Tuesday on official
Carkln & Taylor, lawyers. (John
H. Carkln, Glenn O.. Taylor), Has-klns-Doyden
Did;;. Main street.
The annual c.ec, or, of officers of
the Greater Medfoid club was luilil
Monday af lei noon at the regular
monthly meeting, the following be
ing choaon ror the year: President,
Mrs. F. V. Merrick. vice-president.
.Mrs J I Miimh, second vlce-pii'Sl-dent,
Mrs. .Nooblet. recording secre
tary, MUs i:ilulM)ili Putnam, corr'-
Npnudlng H'crliif. Miss Mis Kllza
beth KobliiHou, treasurer, Mr, Hurt
Miss Cora Houston was vry III
last wfk. She U rapidly Improving
A. (' Allen and family nro back
from n Callfonilu vll,
Prod Surrnu of tho Steamboat dls.
trlct Is In the city today on business.
K. It. Mlnter uf Eagle Point Is In
tho city today making arrangement
for the shipment or a consignment or
sheep to Portland.
P. D. Dlackdon or Climax Is n busl
ness visitor In the clcty for n few
Judge George W. Dunn of AshlanJ
was n visitor In the city for n few
hours Moiulny afternoen:
Members of tho Seventh company
expect to receive n racll to go to Fort
btevens to take tho place of the
regulars who hi turn expect to be
sent to the front. Officers of the
company have made arrangements to
take along their families, and leave
their business lutctvxts with friends,
hut Htierta tottering, and the win
clouds lifting It looks llkothey will
have to innke other arrangements.
Sato, tho well known Japanere
laundry wagon driver Is out of com
mission with nasal trouble.
The union social social or the
I'nlted Young People's Christian En
deavor societies has been postponed
to a later date.
.Mrs. Wilt G. Steel and daughter
arrive Wednesday from Portland to
make their future homo In Medford.
Hill llnuloy nnd Emmet t Cnllahati
spent Tuesday In Grants Pnm, re
turning In the afternoon for the trN
county banquet at Medford.
Hen 11. Lnmpman, editor of the
Gold Hill News. H. 1). Itced, George
ratricK and C. S. Itedfleld, all of
Gold Hill, nro iu tho clly to attend
tho trl-couuty banquet tuulght,
HUERTA ACCEPTS ME0IATI0H
PLAN OF SISTER REPUBLICS
Washington, April 2S For
mal acceptance by Huerta ot the
Argentine. Drazll nnd Chile's ofrer
to uso their good orflces to bring
about an amicable settlement of the
difficulties between the I'nlted Statos
and .Mexico was cabled Spanish Am
bassador Ulano last night by Portlllo
i. Kojas. foreign minister.
Itojas' note was transmitted Imme
diately to the three South American
diplomats who began a conference
lasting Jar Into the night discussing
the next movement in the Peace plan.
Neither Ambassador Klanp nor the
peace envoys would maXo public the
text or Hucrta's acceptance. It was
said Itojas replied briefly accepting
the offer and thanking tho South
American plenipotentiaries and Span
ish ambassador for their good offices
with referenco to the "real spirit or
solidarity between tho people of tho
No conditions nro Imposed In tho
offer of the good offices consequent
ly tho reply from Mexico City ns
not expected to deal with tho condi
tions which will bo reached when
tho peacemakers formulate their
plans and mako known how they pro
pose to use tho good offices which
have been accepted.
They probably will ask Washing
ton and the Mexico City governments
fur statements concerning what each
demands In tho event rormal media
tion Is undertaken nnd upon tho na
ture of the responses to this request
would depend tho proposals next submitted.
FLEE FROM REBELS
t....t io ivll
i m ii o i m xi
I.Alt KM). Te.x.
Mexican IVtlciul .ueiieuiUtftnil llieir
oniuinmK pieMiuinlilyi he Mime force
which evacuated Xiievu Laredo lust
week uflcr iliiiij nil (l bonier patiol
lint', weto tiviuir liulm to cuter the
I'niled Slntt't thilt," unlet uluivo
hcic. It iippcivu'd not to lie tin ill
usion, however, hut u ftiitlit front
the robeN, who were believed in hove
hcttteii the detachment t t win cu
demount; to join , loiuir icdctnl
Jim Kershaw and son or the ut.
lopoapent Tuesday In the ill attend
IlTg" lo business nutTleis
FIVE DAMAGE SUITS
I LONG BE
LOS ANOT.I.KS, Cal,, Apnl i!8.
Five ilnuuijjti Mitts iiL"Meuliiig . 1-.),
000, wcic filed lieie Imluv iijjitiuil
the cil.v of l.tuin Jlcncli iik n icsiill
of the pief itUimtor tliele .May "J I,
HMit, in which foilv weie killed uml
r.l'isuhstli (i. .Millm.l iM,- :I,IHH1
ami Mi. Mivi.x M. Mlllimt nsU fUO.
000 for pergonal ntjiiiicH.
t'luiilcH II. Imwmice niul his cliil
iiicii, Mattel niul Arthur, iis, fl.'.OOO
for tlie death of .Mrs. Lnwiciice.
Ihnilcl S. Tliomits mill his sun,
dilutes Tlioimts. ns, $.'0,000 lor the
dciitli ol i Aliluc TIumiiiw.
II. II, l.'niliwcll uU fO.OOO lot
f i sj j i i js $ sj j i j i j i i l l J
Commencing Wednesday I
and Continuing Until Closed Out
EVE'S like a well. You
kin all in but you've
jest got t' climb out. I fell in
love with VELVET
first time I smoked
it, an' I ain't never
wanted t' climb out.
VELVKT, t!ic Smoothest Smoking Tobacco,
1 nil weight J Mt, tins., 10c.
Ladies' Miuilin Uiulorwonr, Muolin Gowitsi, Mualin
Skirtij, Muslin Dmwors, Mufilin CorooL Govora
ALL QO AT HALF PllIOE
lliunt'-.Mntlt' l.tinl, Itii'Kt' pail JjI.U5
ll(iiit-Miulc l.nt'd, simili pnil UK?
l-'nnuMis 'I'avi'i'ii IIIimiiI ('orf.r, :Mh. ran SI. 00
Hutchison & Lumsden
Oulj (It'iitM'al Mt'ivhaiuiiM Sloit- in 'ils,
jrViriK ,ii'ai- --aiwfc. iu. .. 'SiU&i
""An up to-dnte"st)le, Just the
kind growing girls like, fit tho foot
'trim and look neat.
'3ttirllnK patent colt, welt sewed
soles, full quarters.
At the SIrii of
"" Tkioo Snoc s"
oi'I'esiti: i'dst trrn'i:
Tlie hesi tar ltr ils pi'it't' .ttitl mnii'
lH'dt-rai any pritv. 'I'liat's what r
claim for thu Ford. Ai:l t niv Mian
four limulrod ami fifty tliousaml
Kurds in worldwide service liear out
utir contention. Imy oui-s today.
$6:r. Is the price of tho I'ord ruiinbotit; tlio
touring cur is $015 f. o. b. Mmlford, romplelii
with oiiilpmout. (let rntnloi; and p.trtleulArs
C. E. GATES
mwuta iit'ii.mNt;. .Miairuito, out:.
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Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned will apply to the city coun
cil of the city of Medford, Oregon,
at Its next regular meeting. May Stli,
1914, for a license to soil malt, vin
ous and splrltous liquors at their
placo of business, on North Fir
street, Medford, Oregon, for a period
of six months.
ROOUIO ItlVBIt VALLEY L'NIVHIt.'sJs
SITY CLUB. ify
The Sliuliurt- niul William A. Iluult
nro pliiiinin;.' another (lillicrt uml Sill
livnii retivnl, with "Tile Yeomuii ol
the Ouiirdn." It will he pioiluci.il I V
with the cast of the (lillioit ami Hal-U
livjin orianizaliuii now on (our, head
ed by I)e Wolf Hopper.
TOO IiATK IU CliXSMlVK
KOIt SALE Tjpowrlter. almost now
cheap for cash, I'Jiono 43-J. 34
necauno It Is no pvrfcctljf snfo to uio
ana has U-en Of such gn-at Jiflp to a
hoot of euiectant
motherii, thcit wo
m''n. erperlence.l In
Mill rnoit Iuiduv
ptloJ, aiJvliiq hu
uia of ''Mother's
1(1 thu nhftr,nllnrll
)li Mi' -ml I muacirM Hm nurtuiui
is to relievo tho
undue tennlon upon
tlio cords nnd Jleanieiitn rrvultlni; from
muncular t-XMiulun. Ucncalli ttiu sur
fa en ia Q. )itworlc uf flno licrvn thrcaila
and tlio ;entlf, suithlnir embrocation.
"Mollur's J'rloml." In ilc(iliiii- to mil
lubru-ulo tlio inuwular niircn un to uvolil
tho unnowuiry anJ continuous natfKlnK
W-r l J7 ii
This Means a Big Saving to You Right Now When
You Nee(T These Goods
We realize that our Muslin L'nderwoar.stui'lc is uiiicli larger (liall
we wish it to he. Our display tallies are su loaded with other
sprinj,' Koods that we have not the room to show this line as usual,
and iu order to j;et you interested iu this department we 'are
going to offer you a saving of li()'? mi our entire line. Do not
wait until thti hest styles aud sixes are gone, hut come carl
Wednesday morning and lay in your cut ire season supply. You will
kfind all the new spring stlcs iu comhinations, Princess Slips,
Corset Covers, Drawers and Skirts, We mention a few helew:
1 wH t a
rwl 5rl 1
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T1" :A I
' f $
PRINCESS SLIPS of fine nainsook, round or V-
shape neck, fish-eye, Valenciennos and shadow laces:
$1.50 Princess Slips, less W,
$2.00 Princess Slips, less '20', .
$2,150 Prin'cess Slips, less 20; .
:$.00 Princess Slips, less 2()iw,
$-1.00 Princess Slips, less 20
5 $5.00 Princess Slips, less !!()';, K
Y $1.25 Comhihation Suits, less 2(j8
A $1.50 Conihinalion Suits, less '20
$2.00 Conihination Suits, less 20'X
$2.50 Conihination Suits, less 20'(
$:UX) Couihinatiuu Suits, less 20'
$1.00 Coiiihinuticiii Suits, less '20',
MUSLIN NIGHT GOWNS, mado from Boft nain
sook, short sloovos, low nock, lace and embroidery
0!)c N'ight (towns, less 20'
$1.00 Nighi (towns, less 20'-
$1.25 Night (towns, less 20' ,
$1.50 Night (towns, less 20
$2,00 NMght (towns, less 20
$2.50 Night (towns, less 20'
sp.00 Night (towns, less 20'
$1.25 Crepe (towns, fancv figured
0ih Ladies' Skirls, less 20'
$1.00 Ludics' Skirts, less 20'
$1.50 Ladies' Skirts, less 2(K;
$2.00 Ladies' Skirts, less '20",
ti'n Ladies' Knickerbockers, less 20
vino llil myrliif of i)Tf. Aritilli-.i u. ,
tint lri'a.t It niTorOs tin, irirr ma.iKu .
to tirrvrnt uklu. " i
'Jhuro In mutiwly a wdl.stwkMl ilnne ' JL
Mtfiia iinvwlii.iii l.ni i.ii.i v..,, .. u.. 9
obtain u iKfltto or "Afiitticr'it KrlniHi" uiel
In iifurly every town ami vllls- u u 1
sruiiilmii who lurlf u-. u () arlivr
jriur.. j,immuiii moiiivrs uiu uricvil to
try lb I. .jiliuitl'l mwl.Uiit,
niumri m j i Mild dun
lUsuUtor Co., in iMumr
iiIm, 04. for iirarly luif l2
rlil tut tuluiblt. iiitu i...b i.. I.
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