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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1914)
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MlSniTORT) MAIL TKIBUNR MErWORT), ORIWON. WMDNKRDAY,
Bfcw ijTwiWHMrfiFinftyi-m" '
It, H. lltillorlc a telegraph operator,
nttemplod to board next to tlio last
car of No. 14 thin morning na the
train. imh pulling out. Ho was
warned y tho ngcnt not to attempt
It", but RWtintr on nml fell lcnKthwtso
to tlio crouml, tho wheels uilsslng his
limb, but nn Inch. Trainmen paw
lilm fall nml slopped tho train. Bul
lock ivna not hurt nml boarded tho
train which was wilting for him. Ho
held a ticket to Grants Pass.
When ordering your bread by
phone, ntivnyB ray tho Pennant
Thoro will soon bo n vacancy for
nn npprcntlco nt tho puuiic library.
Applications mny bo mndo to tho li
Miss Ilooscy for fresh hominy,
hoo'tli 13, Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Attorney n. V. Mulkoy of this city
who has been campaigning In tho Wll
lnmette valley in tho Intorests of the
rc-cstab!lshmcnt of tho statu normal
school' nt Ashland, has returned
to tho city. Salem, Hoscburg and
Kugcno papers speak flatcrlngly of
his good work. Mr. Mulkoy was for
merly president of the Southern Ore
Call 319-Ij for scissor and knlfo
sharpening. 1 call nt your homo to
do tho work. 11. S. Allen. 170
Leo Jacobs, democratic camlidnto
for county recorder Is spending the
week In tho country districts.
Peanut candy. 15c a pound. Get
It nt DoVoo's.
James Wtlt) combe, republican can
didate for governor will spend Thurs
day and Friday In this valley In tho
Interests of his candidacy. He ex
perts to lslt Ashland, Jacksonville
nnd Central Point during his stay In
Koaak finishing the best, at Wes
ton's Camera Shop. Ovor Isls Thea
ter. S. P. officials at Roseburg advised
tho Mcdford police last night that 20
hoboca were on board southbound
passenger trnln Xo. 11, that reaches
this city at 3:20 a. in., nnd nsked their
usslstnnco in dislodging tho wander
ing gents from underneath and on
top of tho cars. They refused to got
off, although the train crew had been
Xussing with them all night. When
the train reached this city tho knights
of to rodB were told to pilo off. They
did and piled right back on. This
Attornojs O'Xell nnd lleekmnn of
Klnmnth Kails nro In the city attend
ing to legnl business before tho fed
eral court They nro representing
Thomas G. Smith tho Klnmnth Indian
accused of tlio murder of Link lllier
J. O. Gerklng, the best all around
photographer In southorn Oregon.
Always rcllablo. Xegatlves mnilo any
where, tlmo or plnco. Studio 228
Main St. Phono 3 110-J.
Mrs. Mnslo llurnott and Mrs. Geor
gia Helms havo returned from n
threo weeks visit In California.
Gcoigo Tranna, for three jears and
oi or city water superintendent, left
this morning for San Francisco,
where ho has a new position.
H. A. Holmes, tho Insurance Man,
has 1500 to loan.
Mrs. S. C. HowlctlR or Knglo Point
spent Monday In this city attending
tho reception to Illll Hnnley, sena
Hemstitching and pleating dono
nnd models mndo at Mrs. Haney's
dressmaking parlors, Moo's storo. 192
Sweet elder at Do Voe's.
Dr. Roberta has sold his dentistry
practice here to Dentist Xash of ltld
dle. Mr. Roberts will move to Jack
son county, nnd will eventually re
sume tho practice of dentistry nt
Kred Pelouze of Eagle Point Is nt
tendlng federnl court this week as a
If you want to saio money trado
at F. K. Deuel & Co.'s.
Reports were filed with tho police
this morning of the theft of two
wheels Monday night by unknown
An entirely now stock of men's nnd
boy's up-to-date clothing and furnish
ings nre now on display. Men's nil
wool suits. $10.00 to $22.50, that
sell elsewhere at JIG. 50 to $.10.00.
Children's Norfolk suits, latest mod
els. $2.50 to $10.00. KUowhcro you
will pay $3.50 to $15.00. You mny
be from Missouri, but wo can "show
you" if you will come in and give us
a chance. An entirely new stock of
Munslng Underwear. Wo glvo Fi
delity trading stamps. Deuel & Co.
Another delegation of Indians
from tho Klamath reservation will nr-
rlvo in tho city tho end of tho week
as witnesses In the Peter Smith mur
13. X. Youug or Glcndalo is a busi
ness visitor in tho city this week.
S. B. Holmes of Eagle Point spent
Monday In Mcdford attending to bust,
Tho showing 25 cent four-ln-hands
at Deuel's is exceptionally good and
will save you money. Deuel & Co.
Pat Welsh, president of tho Rogue
lands company and R. II. Xell vice-
VOIES IN VALLEY
i'n diiil into
Wit Uj combo,
Aloilfonl, Wednesday to meet politic
ians. iiiitFenmiialii for lole. Ho
a" met nt Kogue Kivcr by S. S.
Smith. 1 II. Madden nnd l W. Hoi
lis and driven to (lold Hill nnd (Vn-
Inil Point. He will spend two dais
in the mllo.v, holding a leeeptiou tit
tho Medford hotel nt 'J uVloek'
Dr. ,1. .M. Keene and other promi
nent tvpiiliHenus who have charge of
his campaign, Mill lour the inlloi
William llanley, progies-iio candi
date for senator, speaks toniulit nj
Jacksonville and leaies for the north
KITTY MPf AT
I TRIAL TOOAY
Fiesh futm l( tiuimphaiit .unit nt
the Comedy, NVv Yiuk, "Kitt Mao
Kay,' the htillinut plit fiont the pen
of t'atheiiue f'usliing, will be the at
t motion ut tho I'agO llieater on Wed,
nosdny, October 7, for one peifoim
unco, under the direction of William
Klliott. The .same comimiiv nnd pro-
duetioii will ho scon here that ap
pealed iu the mettoiiolirt,
"Kitl" wits enlluisuislicall.i ie
eoixed by the diiuuatie iiutlioritios
when die made lior how In New York,
and Alan Dale, tlio famous- ciitic,
said: "Don't let 'Kittv .Maotuij' cs
cape ,oii. llreak all voiir tango en
gagements and go." The Kieuing
Sun pioehiimed: '"Kittv AlooKay' m
u Inotli of u giil ami goes .sluiight to
the Item I."
In the orgauiratioit )iesentiiig
"Kitty'' are hiicIi well-known nersoim
as .Mai'ione Munay, Wallace Kr
kine, Kleunor Daiiielr, liiuics r'niliti
son. Utile P.vott mid others.
I lie PoinIhii fioiilior fioin
with a eoimlgiiinl'iil of uiiu.
"The mothid IVnr on Iho purl of
Kiighuid Hint the tuilli of tin) pics
out nit nation in Humpo iiiiuhl ho
oomo known in Kg.ipl fuis lotullcil m
loiy slnct measiiics nml some lilund
eng. All timolol milling in or
leaiiug P.g.ipl hid oniond for loi
ters or papeis. i;ujlii olliouils at
AloMiiidiin, on September 7, made on
extended noiucIi for tin nle ot Iho
klicdiio dud lor Ids' Hifer, I'lincc-H
Nimot lluiieiu. I'giiiliuu Indent i
ruiopoloioilioai-il mnl, hut louiinloi lIHoonipll-
titt'httirv to (I ion I Urltuln tlio lloggod
mill llioii sent to jail for ihco
uipnllih. Hthsoiiboi'ri lo iioHpnpolf
of Tillkoi mo hcnleiieoil i tlnco
iiiniiths in iii'Ihoii ami fiuod foOO.
"Tho hoops of liuliu woio (oh)
that tliov no to doing .cut In Km ope
for a mi it it (i t lomiinuioiii."
TOO liTM TO (Hi.UI.SI FY.
'I'OH ttAI.K Todn.i, 10 1 1 Pnid tour-
lug car, nought August Mh, com
PlOlo cipilpilllMll, wild whi'olH, cloo
tilil IuhiiI, tall, iIiihIi ami Hide lU'.htti
fidlii stoniKo liiitloi'V. No i on I ns
tnlo, no tlmo. IIihI good utsli of for
tahi'it our. Walter iimno, 2ft Hum
mil Auiiiiic, 170
You Oct the Host
Thoro In when you niuolt Oov. Jonii
sou elgarH and patronize homo Indus
FOR HAI.IV Cor V.
l;liloil liulv milk, Cull
BERLIN EXPECTS CAPITULATION
(Conttnuod from Page i)
was no sorrow to tho local nollee. as
they had no moro uro for tho wand- President, both of Spokane aro In tho
nrrni tl.nn nnv oMipp town nlonp tho!c,t and" Valley for a tow daS ln-
The preliuiinnri homing of Mrs.
Fannie McNulty, .clanged with do
frmtding the Jackson Couutv hank
out of .s;i80 through the mediiun of a
ecrtifieate of dopoit helongiug to J
.Mr. Ninth lollin-. is beim; held in
lustiee Tailor's court this utter
noon. The principal witness wn
Mrs. Collins, who tivtilieil she show
ed the certificate o friends and Mfs.
jfcNulty. with whom she was stop.
pirn:. I lie piece ol paper that rep
resented all her worldly wealth was
kept in the bottom of her trunk. Ou
July 10 the certificate was cashed at
the bank. Mrs. Collins testified that
tho defendant was sick upon this
The lirclimium v homing will take
nil afternoon, a doon or mi wituis.se-.
being called by both .sides. Prosecu
tor Kelly represents the state mid
Attorney H. F. Mulkoy the defense. '
Alinr. known u-. the enemy of Kus.
em. who has been n fugitiiu in Per
sia for sonic ic.irs, has tctmucd to
1915 HUPMOBILE HERE
THURSDAV AND FRIDAY
NO SIGNS OF END
(Continued from Page 1)
Mr. Dulmago of tho l)ulmai;e
Manly Auto Co., of Portland is tour
ing the state with a 1915 model K.
Ilupmoblle. The Model 1C. Is a flvo
passenger touring car, with 119 inch
wheolb.iso, .".txl tires, welching 2G50
pounds and uoit-Mnllnhlo motor.
All tho latest Improvements nro
added to thlo car, )ct with Midi situ
pliclty that any one can easily mas
ter them. With its atMo of beauty,
eronomy and endurance to withstand
rough mountain roads, this automo-
I bile can well he, called the car of tho
Wo will bo pleased to give demon
strations on the two above dates to
all those Intorontcd In this car. Ora
tor I.uko Motor Car Co. 170
felSliiil"' ' it W ' wre&NXHB l i H
iwfii'T ' MiKriSlM Rr!ixBL- L A ' ' A 1 ' H iH
line. Thoro Is a heavy travel south
at this soason of tho year ot frco pas
rcngers, and they travel in gangs and
defy tho train crews.
Full detailed report of world's scr
ies baseball games at Alco. "
So far this month there has been
no alarm of firo turned In for tho
Mako your winter homo at Colonial
Flata, 217 South Rlvorsido.
Miss Virginia Carder of this city
is visiting relatives in Grants Pass
The finest equipment in Oregon for
printing fruit labels. Medford Print
Tho ndvanco solo for "Kitty Mac
kay" at the Page Theater tonight is
largo. A special matlneo will be
given by tho management Thursday
afternoon to accommodate tho pa
trons deslrious of seeing the "Trey
Two cnrlondB of Roguo river valley
Mock were shipped to Portland Mon
day, and nnither consignment will bo
bent out the lnet of tho week. Tho
bhlpplng of turkoys und chickens for
tho holiday trado will begin next
Tho oldest excluslvo agency In
Mcdford, reliable protection, our only
business. Holmes; tho Insurance
I.ullior IJakcr of Jacksonville spent
Monday in Medford attending to bus!.
Kodak finishing and, supplies t
Weston's Camera Shop. Orer Isis
WlllJum Mullor left this morning
on a biisluesH trip to Lou Angeles.
John Fori returned Monday from
n two weeks business trip through
ijho northern part of the ntato.
, Authentic war nows received by
ljlall Trjbune leased wlro will ba
posted during tho day at Hotel Med
ford. Ben Plymale and Oioior Corum
loft this periling on a duck hunting
trip to tho Klamath I.uko rountiy.
Mr. and Mrs, Fred Hopkins upent
Monday In Med ford attending tho io-
copllon to BUI Haulcy at tho Medford
Hotel n tho qvcnlng.
Got it at Do Voe.
K, B. Tumy wrltos all form of In
surance, Excellent tompanlos, good
local service, 210 Ournott-Coroy
Dillon Hill U attending to business
lUHftern In the ilty toduy.
.rsiiK Johnwm of Wlllii, Oro.,
U pMdlnjr h fw dwy In Mcdford.
spectlng conditions, and going over
tho canals of the company with Man
Miss Muriel Ilurrls Is suffering
from a slight illness.
One drunk was landed In tho city
Jail Monday night, the first to be re
corded so far this month.
Col. R. C. Washburn of Table Rock
was a business visitor in tho city the
first of tho week.
Mrs. Robert Telfer of KtiRcno is
visiting friends and telatives in this
'I no Mcdtord Chamber of Com
merce, not tho Commercial club, an
organization of wbfch Dr. Kvcrhardt
Is one of the founders, appeared be
foro tho city council last night, and
suggested that tho city establish a
municipal lighting plant as a moans
to solve tho present suit of tho California-Oregon
Power company, bring
lower rates, and develop tho water
power of tho valley, besides furnish
ing employment. So action wbb
taken; on the matter.
J. H. McDauiels of tho Antelope, is
showing some flno Nowtowns grown
on his ranch without Irrigation. Ho
claims mat no ono tan show finer
fruit this year,
Tho Aufttrlans claim success in On-
On tho other hand, tho Russians
aro reported as steadily advancing to
the westward and southwnrd.
The most recent British victim of
mines Is the steamer Ardmount,
which Is variously reported as sent
to tho bottom by British and Gorman
mines. Tho official report is not yet
available, but it is claimed that If
steamers are following the sailing di
rections there is no danger to them
from the British mine' field. This
initio field is now regarded, it Is said,
as essential, as It has securely scalod
tho channel )n preparation for a per
iod of fogs in long nights when tho
lookout by nlr craft will no longer bo
SPECIAL TO WOMEN
Tlio moat economical, cleansing nnd
germicidal 6t all antiseptics la
A soluble Antiseptic Powder to
be dissolved in water as needed.
As a medicinal antiseptic for douches
l In treating catarrh, Inflammation or
ulceration ol nose, throat, nnd that
caused by fcminlno illslthaanoequnl.
For ten years tho Lydla U Pinkhnm
Modlclno Co. has recommended Paxtlno
in their private corrcupoudenco with
women, which proves its superiority.
Women who have been cured say
It Is "north Iti weight in gold." At
druggists. 00c. largo box, or by mall
Tho Paxton Toilet Co Ronton. Mais
Agnes Isaacs Merrell
TEACHER OF PIANO
315 Olson Street
1'rcbiilcnt Wilson 1
F. M. Vim AUtyiie, ilriier
Patlitindcr car mapping out
runt ex, was arrested Monday
lor tecklcsn liming on the
lillo road, in which the
crashed into a wagon nml jenin be
longing to ti man nn mod Hroiwiiny
It is alleged that. Van AlMyno crn-li
v.i :..-. ii .. .....
ii ono mi: wiigon, iiuniiig tne (liner
to the giouuil, euiihiug hniihcu. One
of (he wheels of the wagon was toiu
off. The iiieliniiimry of the case
will bo held in the morning. Van
Alntvnu'rt I'ricndH ny liroiviiing bo
euiiie oM-itod mid turned hU (earn
into the wrung Mile ol iho load.
BANKER'S SON ARRESTED
FOR KILLING YOUNG GIRL
IRENE HAMPTON ISAACS
Liut School of Piano
Instructor, Accompanist, Coach for
Studio 1105 West Main St.
OAKLAND, fill., Oct. 7. - (j. ,M
HimlfM, iisMxianl riiftliier nl tho
Aiiit'iiciiii Nalioiinl Ihuik, Sim IVnii
cJHco, in o 'lulo I-:. Ilonlch, ti
Inuilicr, iicciikcii of limning iIomii nml
lolling with im uiiioiiiobilc I.ciutn
iVrciwil, r.'.ciu.oi iIiiiikIiIci' of it
lieikeliM' real olnlo denier, win, r.
H'nlOil Imlny on n iluiigc (,f ,.
v'Ss.ll hViiRsJlix V
For Boy, For Girls,
For Little Tois, Too
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN
LEADERS ARE OPPOSED TO PROHIBITION
WOODROW WILSON says:
"I am in favor of Local Option. I am h thorough boliovor in LO
CAL SELF-GOVERNMENT and holiovo that ovory self,
governing community which constitutos a social unit should .
have tho right to CONTROL tho mutter of tho regulation or .
tho withholding of liconscs."
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT,
TIilto'h no denying tho fact
that nhooH for children flhould
ho carefully Heloctcd, You will
find tho I) cat children's slioca
Ko irlcn lower than oum,
when tho hIiook aro an uood,
A If. . f 1
hx-n-fhi'lcut, M.ih'siimn, .Jiii'isi ,-iikI I'nilcHHor, tit
an .iiltlrt'.s.s tin Civic Duly, said:
"Nothing is more foolish, nothing moro utterly at variance with
sound policy than to onact a law which, on account of con
ditions surrounding tho community, is incapable of onforco
mont. SUCH INSTANCES ARE PRESENTED BY SUM)?- '
TUARY LAWS BY WHICH THE SALE OF INTOXICAT- '
ING LIQUOR IS PROHIBITED undor penalties in locali- "
huh wiioio me puuuc tsenument win not sustain nio oniorco
ment of tho law."
WITH THESE AMERICAN LEADERS AGREED ON THE ISSUE
ISN'T IT WISDOM TO I'OLLOW THEIR COURSE?
Register before Thursday, October 15
Dofoat of tho proposed prohibition aniondinont will havo no effect
upon tho ofnclont home rulo or local option statutos nov in
forco; and oaoh community vill continue to dotormino its inrti
vidiml stand on tho mattor of granting liconsoH,
(IM1' AJvtillioMtviil,THXjiii)prii& Whkv l.dilii'iK LfiiBiiv of Ori'Hon, I'oiliaiul, Oioxmi.)