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MEDflQnn matt, trthunr, MEDFonp. omcciON, wnrNTm.Y. mwEMimn n, ion
A latgo number of en r ilt liiivn been
nont out lo friends on Imtli sides of
(1 10 buy, announcing Din ougniicutcnt
of MIhh Alyn Huiiimrrhnonp Dr.
lllelinrd Conroy, of Medford. IP, Tho
tmtii!flinoiil followed noon after Hint
of lior ntnOr( nml whh announced by
niiill to friends In Oakland, llnrkoloy
unit Oiui KrnnclHco. Tim marriage w'fll
Inltn plate In the early pari of Jan
u'nrj', ht Oi holim of the bride's mint,
Mrs. Alys lilickTngham, nml will un
w'UneiHml by u largo number of
gu'tmtM Hud elaborate iippnlntmontK
nlul decoration will make the affair
one of uuusitnl Interest,
UVU .arid .board nt Hfi floutli Ivy.
Mm. 0. f., Oram. 23
v'l)r. Conroy will take It lr bride on
ii honeymoon trip, nml afterward (liny
will iimkok ttivlr homo In Oregon,
wlinr' ho has n largo practice.-
Oakland (Cal.) Tribune,
Mookc- dance, "A'ednesday, Dec. Hh,
Hn'urn liirltntlous from nny Moose.
Mose-llarltdull In III this week tilth
mi nttnrk of la grippe.
Doll cnrln nt M. F. k II. Co.
Hullo, (Ik Japanese Iniindry wagon
driver will leave. next Monday for
Japan, to visit IiIn mother. Hnlto In
a' noti-commlssloned officer In tho
Jitpaneso nrioy, and If the Innd forces
or tho Mikado mix In tho Kuropcnn
fracas ho will have to goto '' front.
Muring tho ltuaJap war Hnlto wah
commander of a iiiuclilno gun battel
Out It at Do Von'a.
Jon II. Wilson of Talent In spend
Iiik n few diiyii In tho ill) attending
to business matter.
Flvo votes for every onn cent pur
chase on Christmas itood. M. 1'. & II,
Count) Clerk (lardnrr spent Tucs
day afternoon In Mcdford attending
to official business.
'"Insuranco" incnhi "Holmes'' ami
"Jloltiie" menna "Iniuranco." Oco
Holmes "The Insurance Man."
Two regiments of l H, soldiers as
hlgnrd to tho Presidio nt Han Frnn
Cffco passed through Mcdford Wed
Tfio fltioit equipment In Oregon for
printing fruit labels. Mod ford Print-
Honulnr Von tier llellen of Wellcn
H, Hf HiiIIIh wan In tho city Tiioh
day nftcrnoon fioin tho Htcrlliig initio
whore preparations urn being mndu
for opcrnlluu of thn iiiIho In n week
or Ion diiyii.
Head eliislfl'od adds for mitomobllo
bargains nt prntor l.nko Motor Car
Co. 2 !.(
Ulrlrh A Itynn hnvo Just received
n largo nsaortincnl of firm oIihh shoos
of nil kinds, These goods worn
bonltht direct froni thn fiirlory In the
eiiHt, nnd wero bajinlil nt tho rlKlit
prlccii. They lire offnrliiK lliemi hoe
at ovtroinoly low prlcim. Tho potntn
nitUailon hk io pilrcn In Wy llrm.
I.nrkn iitmiilllloH nro licln Mhlpped to
the rinn KrAncUco market on ticconnt
of thn' vory low priced piovnllliiK In
OroKO.ii, and prlveft will bo hllier
very Hortly, biiy while the price n
rlRhl. They itre WlHni; nt f i.ar, per
hutiilrrd dellvonul In any pnrl of the
city, for firm clam Dtirbnilk potntocx
grown without lrrlntlon, Flour
priced nro it I ho wry firm on iiccounl
6f the Kuropeiin Wnr, nnd priced will
very likely ndtnuce dhortly. They
are nellitiK flour nt from f 1.30 to
$1,00 perfick or Ml Din.
Kodnk fldliililnff tliu tw?t. at U'o
Iou'h Comoro Hliop, Over IbIb Then
tor. ' t
At the city election held Tuendny
ItOKiie Itlvor went dry by the nil in
margin of two voted, the count bo
Inic Z'J to S7. All the cold council
Uieli Here itvelected. Ill the l.ae
I'olnt election, JJ, K. Drown, Nor
mnn McCoy nnd fhori?fl I'lillllpa, the
three )iIkIi men In the vote were elect
mI coliucllmcn. C, S. I'alnter, the
fourth man received 3d voten, llrown,
fl&i McCoy, fid, nnd I'hllllpH, It,.
There will be ,n inert Iiik of the
cbnrter commftteo with the city conn
clt till evenliiK1, (6 coimlder tho mnt
ter of'calln,' h npetlnl election for a
voir on the ncjj- pln.n.
llartltt!.& Netherlnud will dlmon
tlnuo tho .fur buslnetn nnd havo re
duced all Hire 20. to 40 prr cent. 220
Moobo dance, UVdnnday, l)tc. Oth.
Secure. InVitotloui from nny Moon.).
Nick Klme of (.rlfflu Creek npent
Tilei'dny 'in .Medford nttendlni; to
biihlnom indttcrn. ,
Five voteB for every one cent pur-
chaso oh ChrUtnmd Reed. M. 1. & II.
The Alumni aimoclntlon or the IiIkIi
fchnol will hold u meetlnR nt the
Medford Hotel tblx evening, for the
purpoKo of rIvIiir n number of dunccd
durlnn the holiday nenkon.
Sweat elder at D Voo'a.
A brUk wind from the Mouth lit
dWeopirtK over the valley today, with
dpeut Tuedilny In Medford attending
to huMnin mattern nnd vUltliiK n chill In it, thht brought nut ftirit.
frfenilB. and heavy winter coatd. The wind
Wo wIbIi It iindertood we have Tuedday arteruopn attained a veloc-
llermrtn. I'lirueker nnd wife of Adh
Innil urn dpendliiK u few dnyn In thn
city vlalflliK frlendd.
bolt ciirtn nlM. I". & H.Co.
(Mi. VjnloJ' of I'ondle'ton, n for
mer rodldent of UiIm city, 1m vldltlnj?
rrlclnld nnd relntlvert" thld week,
We dtlll hnve n Reed detection or
furd from the cheap covey, to tho wen
ulmf dnblo. Hnrtlctl & Netherlnnd
In Kwlnj;'d (Inn Htoro, 'nt,
Joe llrown returned thld niornliii;
from ii hiidlni-XH trip to Henttle, nnd
feportd biidluedd roiidllloiid In Wndh
Incton worde thiiu In Oregon.
J. O. OnrkliiK, tho bent nil around
photographer In douthern Oregon.
Alwnyd rellnblo. Negatived mndo nny.
wliore, time or place. Btudlo 228
Main Bt. I'honu 320-J.
The dccond nlKht of the hone Ho
clety Vaudovlllo hIiow broucht out
another pftckedhoude, nnd the uc
ceflH of (ho opcnliiK nlnht wnn dcorcd
axdln, tlic porformcra being In bet
ter form than thn firm nppanrnuc-'.
Tim popular verdict WHd "the beat
nmnteur otrrlni( In the Malory of
Medford." Mont of the credit for the
ntiCteiiN wed to JiidKe WltbliiKton,
who Arranged the lines, wrote the
cued, directed tho xlngc, nnd rouched
the cait. Ashlnnd had anked thni the
dhow bo dinged In that city In th
near futuro. No (Infinite declclon
had been reached, however.
Jvo voted for evory one cont pur
rhade on Chrlstmaa good. M. V. & II
A. H. Furry of Phoenix apen Tud.
dii)', afternoon In Medford nttendluK
to bimlticdd mnttern.
Head claBlfleil tddd for automotille
bargain at Crater Lake Motor Car
Co. . 223
Jack Merrill of Oold 11)11 dpenl
Tuesday In Medford vIhIUiik frlendd.
Doll enrtd nt M. V. & II. Co.
Clmrli'H (Irer, city editor of the
Adhlnnd Tldlngx, nperit Tucxdny In
thld city attending to budluess mat
terd. Oct Oovcrnor Johnson and Mt.
Pitt cigars In Chrlatmaa boxes. Home
made nnd the beat.
A dnmple or nbldltiR fnlth and den
ty of It, has been presented to Med-
STAR TWIRLER WHO HAS
SIGNED WJTH THE "FEDS."
Japs iintfni) i
in irrri nnnT vvx i(rvrC'
nr 1 ah nnnufi u dm $
i ur iiau unuvv ini
All mothera or the .tnckiion hcIiooI
who wldh to IjnVe n I'nrcnt-Teiicherd'
niidoclnlloii nre urged to bo nt the
Kchool bulldluK Thunidny iifiernoou
nt .'I o'clock.
Kodak flrildhlng nml HUppllea nt
Wedton'd Cnmcrn Hhop. Ovor Idls '
DeVon Id K(iln.to rell Joo poundd i
itt iilifir ntal,. frfiilil. fit ttil.tv .nnl. '
... v.. i. ....... i ......, ... ...... tviun
tMir pound. Oct a pound todny. tf
j'lvi! totea for evory one cent um
cbnri) on Clirtntmnn good. M. I. ft If, '
Doll enrtd ut m. i At ii. Co. Uapancto Forclfjn Minister In Diet
lor rale, Indian twin n) Under
? 1 1 :..
HOG CHOLERA TAKES
Asserts That Nation Made No
Promise to Any Country to Return
Captured Stronrjholtl to China
Bryan' Refuses to Comment.
WAI.I.A WA1.I.A. WhsIi., Dec. II.-
two evening, lin t'onviinlnl by the AinMerduni cor-
I I . .. 1 ,. ... . ... ..I TV. 1.
i.xi'iiiinui' j cir-
furd people tho laat
by two traveling prenchiTK, who hold ( ropinlent of tho
forth In Hnymnrket Hauore, undo- tjnipli eompiiny. The nichsmre ndd
terrcd tj a howling wind, and Inck ofthut Hie (lenniiu eip)eror'M doctors
congregation. No one htopii la hear liuvc nili"eil him not to retuni to the
their wordd, blit thla hna no effect on front.
I WASHINGTON, Dec. &.-- Thn
' Mtnli.riipnf In H:inir Kntn. tin. Jaiinn.
I " "' ----
ede foreign mlnlnter, In the diet yea
terdny, that Jnpnn had made no proni-
K9 to nny country to return Kino
Huuilnh of hog Ii.ivh been lost In Chow to China, attrncta much Inter
the tpidimie of lios cholern tlmt N 'et In official circled, here. Secretary
fttcepin-f the vii Hey. m-cordinc to h- JHrynn would not comment today nnd
his until ArietlturiHt Ue W. Fltih- .referred Infjulrora to Matementi -al-urt,
of the United StnteH ilepnrtimnt, j ready made.
who himh it i the worxt invndion of J When Japan delivered her ultlnio
llieilrei'ul swino'iIibeiw.e that cerwnrt jtum to (Sermnny dotnandlnB tho eva
knowii here. cuntlon of Kiao Chow, the Rtntemont
III the IlusHell fieek distriul soutlilwaa published that the territory
of the city. Iiuiiilredn of lions were would be returned to China. That
lout through wallow mp in the wntersll wna later pointed out, wn upon
of the ereek, eontmniiinted near their j the duppoaltlon that Germany would
Kourue by sick ho;.. .Strict ineimureH comply with the terms of the ultima
llVUI .1111 fUJUHlUIIIJ IUIJI UlVi &I1V
territory. However, as Japan was
puf to a general military campaign to
' get podM-dslon of Klao Chow, one
'contention now in the Japanese mind
la that the original pledge was not
I After the entry of Japan Into the ,
,wnr, Count Okuma, the premier, in'
J reply to an Imiulry, announced tbati
Japan had no Intention of securing j
territorial extension as n result of ;
the war. Klao Chow wns not specif-1
Ically mentioned, although it might '
have been Inferred that It was In-1
iti.j-- - i
toft ImT Yatfj
AS MANAGER OF
. CHICAGO TEAM
nre lo be employed to cheek the rnv-
ngCH of the diicnse.
CHICAGO, Uee. .- Honoris were
mihlixhed here lotlnv from utr "uU
thentie ource" that l-Milie ColIiiiH,
whom Clin rles '' '''n'H'ev. president
of the Chienfo Amerieiin I.Cnitiii!
club, Diirehnsei) from the I'liiliirfcltiliiit
Amerienns vcilcnlnv would Miecced
Jameri .1. Cnllaliiiu hh mnmiger of the
Callahan, according to rcpnrtif, U
to lie made vTcc-presidcnt of the club.
President Couiinkey, it U uiiilcrHtood,
i Iiiih been enger for some lime to lio
relieved uf the rchpoimibilitied of con
ducting the buxiiKMH end of the club.
! He w known to have u warm persotuil
rPKiird for Cnllnhiiii and n high or.m
ion of hit executive and biminoHh nbil-
Although not in active service nil
the time, Callahan has been engaged
in professional biiHoball for twentv
one ycarx. He hn been manager of
the Chicago club dinev 1012.
ATLANTA. On., Dee. !. Leo M.
Frank wart sentenced today in Fulton
countx' finrerior court to ha hanced
Itrmjl.iyn KedcrnN nlnl otliorn hnrn . T,..,. ....... e..- tl... ,..r.U, l,r.. i..
inkeii part. Itht uialertoixl that JnniPs t ., , a ,. r... m. ,,,. n A
A. i.llmoro. prenldem of tho IVderal ;-M,n, 191J ' "" I'linKnn, a 14-U-ngue.
'got Into nciliii nnd delegated j year-old factory girl. Dcfore beiiiR
Tinker to conclude 'onan?enicnt for sentenced Frank apiin proclaimed his
i. iv riiir.i-n in iiju mining smr.
Walter Johnson, the moil effectirt
pitcher In baseball, had signed a two
year' contract with the Federal
league nt a xalary d.ild to be $10,000
a nejton, which had been offered him
by Wnahlniitnn, "Joe" Tinker, manager
of the Chicago I'ederalu, conducted
negotiation for tho pitcher' dcrvlces,
and It wa said that the league would
ntalgn Johnxou to tho Chlfeds, ,
There hat been a spirited bidding for
the pitcher's deft-Ice. In which Wash
ington; It. H. Ward, president of the
Chow is referred to us supporting
LONDON, Dec. !. .1:0,'. p. in.- -Km-peror
William in suffering from pneu
monia, which is romhmt-jl with uert-
oun deprei-iKin iluc to oter-exertion,
aeeortling to the telegram from Her-
the Irtrgestlnnd best slock. of furs In
sotithrrn Oregon, at IXug'd Hun
Htor. ' 220
According to word received from
the 'lllue lidgo district, four feet of
diiow enters tho blub ground In that
hertlon. Henry Cnllnghan who was
contemplating work on hid ctitlma
there has pout polled hid trip until the
snow melts. i
Doll enrtd at M. V. Ss II. Co.
MIhh Marlon .low ells of (trnnta
pass visited frlendd In thld city the
first of the week.
Moo6 dance, Wednesday, Dec. Oth.
Secure Invltntlonn from nny Moose.
Charles Heftier of Corntllls Is
upending the week in Medford at
tending to business tnatterH.
Doll carta at M. F. & II. Co.
Ity of 30 mfled nn hour, arid has lieon
blowing the lat two days, nn uiiusunl
condition In titlx city. Tho brecxo
rattled slnns, windows nnd awnings,
dried up the country roads.
tho singing, nnd the spreading of the
gospel. The wind carries the ap
peals a half mile.
Flvo votes for etery one cent pur
liiisc on Christmas good. M. F. & II.
The polUu campaign agalnnl auto-
IM who run around without their'
tall light's burning, has resulted In
general observance of the ordinance.
Tuesday night over a hundred ma-
cvhlnea lined Main street, and all
their rear Itghta wore gleaming
brightly through the nlxht. Tho non-
BRITISH DESTROYS FLEET
(Continued from Paz I J
Medford - Ashland
Change Schedule Tomorrow
Tho '.Medford Ashland Auto Lino
PANAMA. Dec. 0. Colonel Goo- Co. will begin running on a now
ithals issued today Instructions for tho .schedule tomorrow, giving almost an
It maybe stated authoritatively I Immediate departure from Panama of
that while Japan hns not formally un-1 tho Hrltlsh colliers Klrnwood and
dertnken to surrender Klao Chow, Itoddam. This step was taken In or
she has by no means officially com-jder to avoid any question of the
mlttcd herw.-lf io Its retention. Prac-jgood faith of the United States rc
tically, it has been decided that this spectlng the obscrvanco of neutrality
question must await the end of the
war for Its ansttor, because to diplo
mats it would not only seem to be
producnt in view of the uncertain
Issue of the hostilities, but the fur-
Wo arc setlng some fura at actual lighted machine Is now the oxocp
cost, Coma In and pick out your ' Hon Inhtead of the rule as heretofore.
furs while tho
Kwlng'a Cuu Store.
. !.. .tnAH linn nml U. fit A fttttt fit
UII UIU nnin IIIIV !! "V.IV intVll i
a mean speed of 22 knots. Kach !-"r reason tlmt Japan realizes tnat
earrle.l a comolen.ent of 75:, .('" allies may properly claim n voice
in ueicrnnning mo luitire oi ineso
The fact that Great Ilritaln par
ticipated actively with her troops
I.cl.-B had a dlsplacemcnrof ! and "hipa Jnt lie capture or KlaO
ans nnd carried 2S6 men. Hho
and was artnei wlthtelFht 8.2 Inch
cund, blv Inch gunri'SO 24 jiounders,
four machlno guns, four torpedo
i in the waters of tho canal zone.
The two vessels went at onco
Tho Incident arose from Inquliles
mado by Sir C. Mallet, the Ilritlsh
minister resident, as to whether these,
colliers would be permitted to coal
Hrltlsh warships In waters of the
canal zone. From this Jt is sur
mised that the Hrlthh tcssels nro at
present on their way to Balboa, the
Pacific entrance of tho canal.
was 3tl feet long on the water line,
had n beam of 13 aud was rnted
1 nt 23 knot. Hor.lnrgcxi guns ol
Picking Is good. The flhe ror running without a reari .hcl ,,,. CHrrP(1U( wn ,,, ,nch.(
220 .light Is a dollar. H,e ,, nd u,ntf ,,0undjrs, four!
mI tn'lr--. ! (l.. I V.. l I -. . h hab - ni.Bl.iu.. at....- I
DEACON K S III TO 01 H
Nothing nicer far Christmas than
J. F. Worttnnxi and wife have re
turned from n month's trip to Port
land, visiting friends and relatives, gam In Christmas boxes,
Moose dance, Wodncdday, Dec. SU The llaptlst church held a buslneds
Fecnre Invitations from any Moose, meeting Monday night, and issued a
"" iiiiwiiH pnll In thn Di.v II V Cnni.
w , .. w . . .,. ...V ... ... .. .M...
coining nicer tor .iiristnias man j lnnchlne BUns nna Wo toriK?do tubes.
Governor Johnron nnd Mt. Pitt cl Admiral Count vorffipeo, command- ST LOUIS, Mo., Dec. 9. Kiuinie adopt the child. Miyinj- that ho wnnt-
Attorncys A. C. Hough and II. D.
Norton of Grunt- Pans, nro In the city
attending to mattern In connection
with tho hearing of the evidence In
tho California-Oregon Power com
pany suit agnlnst the city,
mesBseanuiui..M. .i,,i(, n ixsst
tons of l.os AngetoN.
Flvo votes for every" one cent pur
chase on Christmas good. M. F. & II,
Dancera wanted at Kt. Marked liall
Katurday evening. 223
er of the German tquadron, was tnKiyn, rj years oin, was oliot nml eu to marry tier wnen sue wns grown,
aboard tho Scharnhorst, which was''H'd in the front yard of her home Tho child had btayed indoors for
his flagdhlp. ;here today by l.obcrt liuiley, a dea- several days in' fear of Hailey. who
con nt u misMoii, who said he "had ounitay was tinven out ot tne nouso
Iimii trying to reform the girl." Hui-,by Mrs. Stricklin. Todny the child
ley diot himself and wus taken to a left the hou&e to order eon J. Hailey,
hospital in n dying condition. I who roomed nearby, stepped un ntid
Mrs. Clara SStriklvn, mother of tho , spoke to the child. A few minutes
child, said tlmt linilev for more than 'later tho mother taw llniley rai-o n
a year had annoyed her In efforts to, revolver and fire.
rM) UTli ro oikhikt.
FOFli SALB -New Welton velvet
beamleVs. dustless .rug, 0x12, loco
curtains, cot, high cbnlr, hnlf
price. Phono CI3-J. 224
hourly service In the afternoon, and
two extra trips on Saturday nights.
Southbound leaves Medford 8:10,
10:10 nnd 11:20 a. in., 2:20, 3,20.
5:00, 5M5, 7:30, 8:30. Kxtra Sat
urdays, 10:20 p. m. and 12:05, extra
Leaving Ashland 7:15, 9:10 a- m.,
12:35. 1:20. 3:20, 4:20. 6:35, 7:30.
Kxtra Saturday, 8:30, 11:20, p. m.,
12:15 extra Saturday nights.
Tho pcoplo am demanding u closer
and faster service between Ashland
and Medford. Tho faro to Ashland Is
35c one way or COc round trip.
SPECIAL TO WOMEN
The most economical, cleansing and
germicidal of all antiseptics Is
A soluble AatiMptSc Powata te
be dUoolved in water a needed.
As a medicinal antiseptic for douches
In treating catarrh, inflammation or
ulceration ol nose, throat, and that
caused by feminine Ills It has no equal
For ten years the Lydla E. Plnkhara
Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtine
In their prlvato correspondence wi'h
women, which proves its superiority.
Women who have been cured say
it Is "worth Its weight in gold." At
druggists. COc. largo box. or by mall.
Tho Paxton Toilet Co.. Boston, Mass
I A NEW PROPOSITION FOR MEDFORD
There is a place now located in Medford where you can trade your, old suit
sT e tf -e-v . . tl e . -t , 4
on a new one. Brighten up. Don t wear the same suit every day in the year.
YOUR OLD SUIT AND A LITTLE CASH
will get you a new one right up to the minute in style and quality. THE ALL
WOOL LINE. Fancy greys and browns.
.ir A few nice balmacaans left. All away down below zero.
BIG 10c BROOM SALE NEXT SATURDAY
At 10 a. m. sharp. A little out of the way but it pays to walk.
' 126, 130, 134 N. Front St. . ' :V WILSON'S PHONE 467
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