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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1914)
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MISUlfOKD MAIL TmUUflM, MHLWOIU). OIJHliON, WIODXKSDAV, XOVUMIIKU 2.1, I'll I
FOR THREE DAYS
Tlio Oregon State Hortlculrnl so
clety -will hold n three lny ncsftlon In
tlio Nautorlum December 2-3 and .
I'or 2$ yearn Oils society has met
annually In Oregon, bijt always at a
city or conRinernuip jsiro. anu several
hundred nillcn distant from tho Itogue
rlvor yaljoy, consequently only a few
ot ourcftlicns tiro familiar with tho
work accomplished or havo attended
former meetings, lf14 Is Bedford's
j ear to entertain.
As hosts wo should ho prercnt tho
first day, and show tho visiting dele
gates from tho states of California,
Oregon and Washington, that .Med
ford Is a typical convention city, that
her people arc progressive and Inter
esting. Tho subjects to bo discussed are Im
portant to every one In tho valley.
Professor Dncheldcr of Hood River,
who Is attending tho Ill-Products con
vention at Spokano this wcok will be
hero to give you a full report ot what
tho state ot Washington is doing, and
planning to do.
We are becoming Interested in tho
canning industry and .Mr. Atwcll,
manager, of tho Forest Grove can
nery will tell you what they aro do
ing with this Ill-Products.
Professor Rcimer hag somo sug
gestions regarding "changes In pear
Professor Henderson's subject will
bo "Applo and Pear Scale.
A lecture and demonstration on
"Pruning," by Prof. Gardner of 0.
A. C. This will bo Wednesday's pro
gram. Thursday forenoon will be devoted
to Irrigation subjects. At noon tho
arrangement and entertainment com
mittee -with tho assistance of the
Greater Mcdford club will servo a
luncheon to the delegates and visl
tors at tho Natatorium.
Professor Cook, commissioner of
horticulture of California, coming di
rect from tho 45th California Fruit
Growers convention held at Los Ange
les, will speak on Horticultural Laws,
followed by a general discussion.
Automobiles havo been secured and
the delegates will bo shown through
tho orchard districts.
Friday tho subjects will bo "Wal
nut and Filbert Growing." "Experi
mental Stations and tho Fruit Indus
try," ''Standard Box Containers,"
and "Work of tho Extension Depart
ment of O. A. C."
And as hosts again, wllcn this 29th
annual meeting adjourns It is up to
us as good cltixens to havo our guests
depart with tho pleasant impression
that Jledford knows how to enter
tain and Is a good convention city.
Town Development says: "Tho
man who cjicrishcs his family, and his
homo too often forgets his follow
ii) en his social family and his city
his civic home."
PORTLAND. Ore , Nov. 25. Ono
woman nnd four men wore Injured
tno probably fatally, n a flro which
gutted the Savoy llotol, an old three
story frnino structure, here loda.
Many who were cut off from escape
down tho stairway, were carried down
Inddera by tlremon.
Miss Iva Jantls was probably fat
ally burned. Charles llakor suffered
severe burns and his back and feet
woj-e so severe!) crushed In leaping
from a second story window that ho '
Is hot expected to recover. Carl Jen
sen, Peter Nelson nnd Nicholas llnz-j
zeljor received minor burns and cuts, j
One roomer escaped by climbing up
to the roof while another crawled i
along a narrow ledge on tho third
story to an adjoining building,
Knzzcljtr carried both Miss Jantls j
and linker from the burning build
ing. Ho found Miss Jnntls lying In n
hall with her clothes nearly burned
off her. After throwing . his over
coat around her, ho broko through
two doora nnd knocked tho glass out
of. n window with his bare hands In
order to reach n fire escape, llaker
Jumped from tho flro escape, alter
RazzelJIr had carried him there.
Tho fire is supposed to have ori
ginated from spontaneous combustion
In a linen closet. The damage
amounted to about $7000.
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LONDON, Nov. 2.1, 3:07 p. nv
The official bureau today issued a
statement that certain detachments
of tho Indian troop in Plunders hud
L'allantly retaken homo Jrcuchex
which tho Britihli lost yesterday. Tho
Indians captured (hrce (lenunu offi
vers nnd more than 3(10 men, together
wilh ono mortar and tlnec machine
Sfrn. Matilda Jtuddick Duel;, who
died October 'J8, wiik hotn in DiicHmmi
county, Indiana, Auj;u-t 'J!), lBIIJ. Jit
385'J hlie, viHi her brother, A. .AJ.
Ituddieki crossed tho plain in cw
pany vith other rclntUuh and settled
in Amador county, California. Three
years later she was jnarricd o Wil
liam It. Hack, who came to Amador
county from fnync ;nun(yl luiliaiui,
in 1810. A few yours. Infer lliey re
moved to Mendocino county, where
Iheyresjded i'or several enm, cpiniiij,'
to iforlui(i"ulifoiiiii in Jt72, and to
hnliern prcgon jn ,1874, where ho
Iiuh nineo resided, her liusbund having
passed away in 1807. Shu was tho
laHt lnt one of u huge family, a sister
llviliU nt Hqrutogii, Cnh, mirvjwy her.
KIQ wab the mother of nine childicn,
KOiCii of wioiij ant living: William T.,
C'hiirh'fi (,' M,onlcii It., lr)ieu mid
C'iMlhy Muck, pud Mr. Vurliudn ( mi
lrill nnd, Mpi. ii Vou'v. bhc wiiw
n kind innlier and crnmluiiither, hu
lii(C cIkiIc)) Kraiidclilldriju. Khe wu
of Quaker tmiU qin Hie ciul
itN4lW Iwluijif mm Ir i iiot lo
Mb uifit rvilllfd tlUuilliu. Alter
iklW) MoNlli ()f illlll'ss kl( IWIK Mllll
(tt timJ, njlh'lil ( life 'lift, Her Ijciiu
"H ritMJ4ih'H nIiuw jn Mr fca I
Hif Mjvr 4"Hh H'l'J wlule unrniK hj
Iff it) kr )l Uny Iitj iJiuc
1uhIH'h Htm i'liim Icfoic i
'A Vmj'I''h) U(v vuttf hoI in ilmlli."
10 MEET FRIDAY
The drafting committee of ilie Mcd
ford charter commission has complet
ed its work nnd n meetinsr of the full
commission has been called for S
o'clock Friday evening at the 'city
The meetings of Monday and Tues
day eveninps were devoted to final
revisions nnd improvements, opecial
attention being given to mul:ins the
administrative provisions conducive
to the most economical nnd business,
like methods po-il)Ie. Inasmuch ns
the board to he elected is to he with
out snlnry and it can employ the,
other city officers and combine the
duties of any of them under one man,
the system lends itself to coornmy
and efficiency in the highest degree.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
; ,"" MEDFORD, OREGON
Wishes to Extend to Their Many
FRIENDS and DEPOSITORS
for Business entrusted to their care in the past
and desires to prove worthy of continued patronage
Customers and Patrons are Assured
Complete and Satisfactory
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PROGRAM FOR WEDNESDAY ONLY
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"The Green Eyed Monster"
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ADMISSION FIVE AND TEN GENTS
BAGLEY'S APPLE BUTTER
Willi ymr TuiUy.
BAGLEY'S APPLE JUICE
1'iir Vmir TwitHt. Alc Vour (Irocor.
THE BAGLEV CANNING CO.
Ule, yo iii ioiik, m in iiiii, iy in. ,(hiji,
I'll. oil wli ciolorw, bulidlcM ami liinc-d lid, Tbcu
ilio.il uii hm'Ii of iuiIhi nii'l uri I'lieinliid lo bo
(ovuiisd ,in lioinu iiiil.i mill or luoii of Hit in.
TIiIm l (mr iiiiiM mill y lo it"t "i"' Iikjii W of
fur lliitiu at V'J 75.
Pacific Furniture 6 Fixture Factory
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