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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1914)
MRDTOKD M.AU, 'l'Klffl.'NTlil. iVliiDKOHn, ()IM-:ciOVJi)iSAIl,WAUll!!l 2!1, 11-t
Cnplnln Collins, Inspector for the
United States army of the Oregon Nn
tlnnnl Uunnl, l lu Medford inspecting
Seventh Compnny or tlio const nittltla
and urging tho construction or nn
armory boforo tho legislative appro
Mr. Robert Easoti, expert Indio?
tailor, Is now located with Mrs. R. d.
Myor'a dressmaking establishment.
Your patronago solicited. Second
floor, Deuel and company. 162
Trod llolllstor, of Coos Bay, demo
cratic nominee for congress in tho
lirnt district, arrived in Medford
Wednesday and will spend a wee
campaigning in tho valley.
accuro flro lnsuranco upon
fruit while In n packing house. Low
rates. Special short term policies.
Guaranteed lnsuranco with R. S.
Tumy, 210 Garnott-Coroy Bldg.
Rlato Highway Rnglneer II. L.
Uowlby arrived in Medford Wednes
day in connection with Pacific high
An especially good bill of pictures
.at, the It Theater tonight. Always 10
W. W. Ussher of Ashland, republi
can nominee for coroner, was a Mcil
ford visitor Wednesday.
DoVoo is selling gum drops at toi
cents per pound today. ,
The W. C. T. U. will meet at tlje
public library Thursdny at 2:30 p. ;n;
All members aro urged to bo present.
Kodak finishing tho test, at Wei-"
ton's Camera Shop. Over 1st Thea
ter. K. U, Martin of Portland, district
superintendent of tho American Sun
day School Union, will givo an illus
trado lecture with a vloptlcon, on
tho rural Sunday school work on Sun
.inv ovenlne. Sent. 27 at tho First
Baptist church. Sec handbill.
' An especially good bill of pictures
at tho It Theater tonight. Always 1 0
Shrlners of tho city aTo making
arrangements to altond tho conclavo
to bn held" in Ashland beginning to
morrow. A number from as far
north as Portland will attend. Asl:
land Is taking on n decorative air in
honor of the coming of tho travelers
over the hot sands.
Get it at bo Voe's.
The city council left thin morntng
for tho city Intnko on Its annual tour
of inspection of conditions and the
work don the last year. Some of the.
council have never been to tho most
Important part of tho city's water
supply, while others liavo been there
Tho finest equipment in Oregon Tor
printing fruit labels. Medford Print
Do Wolf Hopper la billed to appear
nt tho Page theater October 10th, In
ono of Gilbert and Sulllvnns operas.
An especially good bill of pictures
nt tho It Theater tonight. Always 10
Guy Cronomller and Soeley Hall
aro planning an auto trip to Lake
county after tho cloto of tho Crater
Lake soason to hunt ducits. They
wl make an extended tour returning
.lames H. Owens of Montngue, Cal.,
Is among tho out of town visitors" In
tho city this week.
W. C. Krultt, ranger of tho forest
station at llutton, Cal., has returned
to hlg post after, spending a few
Hair droning, manicuring, tenia l ""8 Cl,-V' 0,c,ni mn'
treatment, facial and halrwor.k, hair "csfl
dyeing. 129 M.F.&H. Bldg. Phono tr." J. O. Gerklng, tho best alt around
Walter Merrick spent Thursdny Photographer in southern Oregon,
afternoon In Cmnts Pass on business Always reliable. Negatives .made any
making the trip by auto. ri'T' "T,or l?.T,
. . , , Main St. Phono 320-J.
Tho oldest exclusive ngency ",,,., , , , , , , ,.,
Medford. reliable protection, our only "; lW .lv rM.m niWios
business. Holmes, tho lnsuranco lur. orovl at bo I ago last
'" ' night on "Hotter lliihlos" with moving
4 '"' . ., , picture Illustrations, Tho lecture was
William HudKO nnd sou. Alex. of , , ,lltcMln. aml w, uff m,0H,f
San Francisco left Tuoay, afternoon , tfd Uig ln , ,
to hunt and fish until the end ot tho Autonm(c b;M baU( tnnt bran,,
week on tho upper Applegate. lnow out aoor Rnnip hM ftrrVCl, ,a
Kodak flnlshlug and supplies at ! Medford. Soo It at DeVoes tonight,
Weston's Camera Shop. Over Uls Ulll wc,gt ot iMa Medford.
Theater. . S. S. Bullls returned Tuesday nf-
Tho Bev. ,K. 0. Kldrlrtge of tho tornoou from the SterilliK mini',
where ho spent a couple of days In-
First MothoUlst church left Monday
night to attend the state conference
of Methodist churches at Portland,
your I in Bosslon this week.
Authentic war news received by
Mall Trlbuno leased wire will bo
posted during tho day at Hotol Med
C. E. Gates and wife, nnd daugh
ters. Laura and Marie, left Tuesday
evening for a visit to their old homo
In Xobolevlllc, Indiana.
E. S. Tumy writes all forms of In
surance. Excellent companies, good
local service 210 Garnctt-Corey
Sid Brown attended to business
maters lu Ashland Tuesday after
Make your winter homo at Colonial
Flats, 217 South Riverside.
Various candidates for county of
fices are beginning to liven up for tho
fall campaign. Chief ot Police Hltt
son. democratic candidate for sheriff.,
is the only ono actively in the field at
Students of the high school held
a mass meeting in tho nuuiionum
Tuesday evening, and voted money
from tho student body fund for the
Lpnrchasc of football suits and sup
plies. Nick Oolman was named yell
leader, and Earl Hubbard, president
of tho student body gavo a talk on
tho necessity of all hands pulllyg
togothcr for victory on tho gridiron
this year. Tho god of victory did,
not givo tho local aggregation nforo
than a passing glanco last year, and
tho students aro jery anxious to re
deem lost honors.
Father O'Xell of tho Catholic
parish ot this city has been trans
ferred to Milwaukee. Oregon. Father
Powers has been named to fill tho
Medford pulpit. A farewell reception
In honor of Father O'Nell will bo
I Oiald-tliU evening.
Several carloads of Rogue River
valley stock will bo shipped to Port
land markets the end of tho. weok.
Most of tho stock is being driven In
from tho Butte Falls and Applegate
D. F. Gadson and family of San
Diego aro spending tho weok In tho
valley en route homo from an auto
trip through the northern part o
Wilbur Godlovo of tho Oak Grove
school and Claus Charley of Browns
boro havo been bolectcd to represent
Jackson county In tho state Incustriar
school project at tho state fair at
Salem, by virtue of ralsfhg the best
prnn nf corn, and tho fattest pig In
by way ot Rono, Sacramento ano
northern California points.
Seo R. II. McCurdy for Aetna Fl-
tho tchts. Tho two boys will havo all
their expenses paid to Hio big annual
btato; ovent, and wl Jw .members of
tne Doys camp ui mm jnocc
Regular mooting if Bennies Chap
ter No. GC O. E. S. Wednesday even
ing at 7:30. Social night and initia
tion work. 1SS
Tho ladles of tho Presbyterian
church will hold a rummage sale on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Oot
t, 2 and 3. Anyone liming .clothing
or useful articles of any. description,
please leave them nt tho chapel or
phono Mrs. J. W. Mitchell. Mrs. Jno.ua
or any member of the Presbyterian
The Elks lodgo will holdv a carni
val at tho Nat October 57 and 2,S.
Mrs. Harry Porter of Gold Hill has
returned to her home after visiting
friends and relatives Jn this city ami
Jacksonville for a few days.
Mrs. B, l Van nyko and son Frank
Injured lu n giado crossing accident
near tho gitsfjilrtnt. two weeks ago
Pug Wilson-of tho Siskiyou dlvl.
ion or tho' Pacific highway Is spend
lngtho weok lu the city,
MIKo Wonincfc, who was lujuied by
n dynamite. oM'IosUm on tho Crater
Lake road, has leoovorod sufficiently
to bo about town again.
Mis. Rose D.wls of Weed. Cnl Is
visiting friends In tho lit. v. She
mado tho ,trlp by auto over tho Sis
klyous. MU Lorraine Lawton has been
named school mistress of the Ante
Ed Drown and wife and party iof
friends will le.no net week bu an
extended auto trip to Crescent City.,
Attorney A, E. Realties returned
this morning from n business and
UflllVSSUIIlll lllir tv l.uniniiMi v .
.LONDON, Sept. 23, 2:3tl p. in. -Telegraphing
rroiu Amsterdam, n
correslHMident. of ItoiUorV Tolegiain
company says a special train arrived
there today with 2dti miviviirn In
liudliig 27 iitfleorH, of the thien Drlt
Hh, erulsors sunk In tho Ninth Sea.
The party was guarded by u de
tachment of Dutch l,n(niitry, Refresh-'
monls. cigars, cigarettes and chum
late were offered tho prisoners, who
weio nut permitted to lenvo their
iraln. Later they loll for (iansier-land.
IN RHEIMS CATHEDRAL
ASHLAND CHILDREN SENT
TO AID SOCIETY FOR CARE
JUDGE T0U VELLE GIVES
GIRL ANOTHER CHANCEj Mother love mxl the law. one wniin.
l-VriiMel)iiieN, age LI year-. the oilier cold. Iiml ni inniuu Hji-
whtie iM'ihi(i were cnlletl to tholmoiiilmr when Mi. Cownu of A-li-iitteutinn
of flu juvenile mitlioritiot-. Ituul. n-l.eil lietter enie for her elul-wii-
jjiveu nnullier eltauee by .hulge .lien of tin juvenile i.ullmiitn. !
Ton Ville Ihi imnuiim. nfter ti hear- did not want them sent to u -lute
ing, and will be -eut In the country! iiihtilutioti uml lliu he be.vond lier
for uiiiM.o of Iniiii life in the hope lento uml elmrge. The law won. ninl
it will lie iH-nelieutl. The girl i-. nl-1 the two ehihlren will be -i'iit to the
legeil to havo loiten-il nboiil the eilyl liny.' tliil- Aid so.ictv nt Poll
park at nil hour-, of the night, uml to j Intnl. Mi. I'owniiV lin-liiuiil i ill
htive mmlo a piiietiee of jov ri.ling i legi-il in have .le-erle.l her in ('all
ovi'i the vnllev with lin- ntul young j I'oriiui n v'enr iititl.n half ugo. Siuee
men. I'mlttitinii Ollicet-Onv hit-, the then the stumble Im. been it haul
mime; nf n iuiinher of hov- with tliejone. The mother i uppaivutly iee-
I.ON'ltON. Scpl. 'j;l, H:.m it. in,
The I'll in eoriespoiiileut nf lltn Daily
Mull Iiiih jiixl leliiinetl from it nee-'
oinl vlnil In Itlii'ium, wlmie he nunle
it Miwev OMimiuuiiotl nf I he enlhetl
nil, the tlinmer fioin fiillliii: heann
uml Hlnue wntl, no longer pieveutiug
eulry. In hN report Im kuvs;
"Thlili'Kiu nut nf HI" (leiuinti
wnttntlnl In the eallieiliul pnii-ltetl in
the Humis ntul llietr lihn-keiteil hod
lei lire nUII anlnng lh eiinlei". Many
lii'initll'itl mIiiIiii's in Hie we-l limit of
the tuilhi'ilriil me hnnlli'fH. The Itel
ftv .iullifHt'il uml Ihe bell weie melt
ed in the eonlhigintion. It i, how
ever, elnelly the uitve wliieh ml feted
ami I In1 lesioiiilioii of uiomI nf lite
iliiuiuge .si'i'iiw poshible.
"'I'lie boiuhiitilmciit of liheiuii
priietieiill.v eeiieil S.lunhiv ufter
iiooii, though oceiiMoniil .hi'lli fell ill
tin.1 frrpeh tietii'hei oiitiile while I
win Ihere Mnniluy."
, You (let (lie Best
Thoro, Is whon you smok Gov. Juiin
son cigars nnd patroulxo homo liuliis-trim
LONDON, Wept. 23. :T0 p. in.- A
dlHpntch In tho Itniiter Telegram
company from Nlsh suya that Servian
I mops have iti-iaplured Llubnvla af
ter violent fighting l" 'hh'h '
Iohsoh weio very heavy on oniii sl'le
Fiuther to the left tho Herviaim havo
occupied Hrohinnlcii (ton miles imiUh.
wont of Lluhuvla In lliwuln provlnio.)
RAYMOND DANK CLOSES
DOORS, REASON UNKNOWN
KAYMIIND, Wash., Sepl. 'M
Tlie liii.vnioud TriiHi toniiauv elo-eil
its dooix heie lotliiv. The tea-oii lor
the liinil, hiivini; iuniflieieiil luinl" lo
itoiititiue liusiueHN win not nunle puli
lie. The extent of Ihe fntliiie i uol
kiinvvu in vol. The IiooI.h will he
ptni'cil in the IiiiihIh of Ihe hunl. e
umiueiM Inle today.
NtiTici: to i'ioNi:t:itM.
The atiuiiat reunion of I tin I'loneera
nf SoiKhorn Orognit will bo hold nl
.laoliNouvillo on Oelnlior 1st, Insiead
nf Heptoiiilmr 21 as first stated. I.VN
ynun liuly nn -eve nil lni- mm will Jmicileil tn (he
iiiko iiriioii ouiioi-i iniiii. .... -r.....
-i'i.ltnllou flnm her
Royal BakingfjPowdcr is absolutely pure
and wholesome. ?'lt is?made from highly re
fined, pure, crearhk.of.lar,tar, an ingredient of
grapes. Not an atoni of unwholcsomcncss
goes into it; not taVuhwholesome influence
comes from it. Imperfectly leavens the food,
makes it finer in jfppearancc, more delicious
to the taste, 'mortxhealthful.
Its superiority in all the qualities that make
the perfect baking powder is never questioned.
Absolutely Pure No Alum
MISS EDNA WARNER
Itecoully bf lloitou niiuouuieii that she will nhortly open a sludln
for liistriiiiloit lu the
FLETCHER MUSIC METHOD
(Simplex and Kindergarten)
Kor children between tho ages of flvo and slxlenu. A systenuitle and
easily comprehended course of Instruction for both tho oiiug and
""Arrannements for this coure ciiii bo mmlo Jy phniilng JUKI.
A later announcement will bo mndo giving location of studio.
IRENE HAMPTON ISAACS
l.ltil School of I'linn
Instructor. Accompanist, Coach for
Sltitlio 1105 Wwt Main SI.
Let 'cm Kick
lloH always do moro or lewi KleK.
lug -principally more.
Let nt kirk with a pair nf Hol
land shoes m.ido with tho Tul-ill iip
II won't hurt the. tips ini its they mo
mndo with ludiHtiiictablo sole leather.
Theso hIioch nro nindu with lots nf room for flvo toes, hug Unlit
ncross the Instep mid (lood-Yenr Welt slUched. which nieatiH a gleat
Hiivlug In stnoklug.
Nn prices lower than ours whim tho
try a pair, sires U to 2, button mid lace.
shoes me us good. Cntuo
OOlliy ano Durcv iiuuu.. , ...- - --. rrrr r-
EVERY DOG HAS HIS DAY
Yes, every dog has his day butthe day is fast passing away when a man or woman will
walk right up to the rack and pay, $13.00, $18,00 or. $20.00 for a suit
when they can get the same thing for SEVEN. BONES.
We have a line of Ladies' Suits and Coats right hot from the factory, the very latest, from $4.98 to $9.98
A bit? line of Men's Suits at $7.50
Boys' Suits, both long and short pants at
Heavy work shoes at $1.35
5 spools J. P. Coats' thread for 10 cents
Buggy whips at 5 cents
Wtiol'sox 10 cents
v, 50 cent suspenders 15 cents
Overalls 49 cents
Mulieskin Cloves 20 cents
Headquarters for Trunks, Suit Cases
The Big Store
126-130-134 N. Front St.