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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1914)
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WEDFOttD MATT, TTJTBTJNE, MEDFORD, OKKGON, AVrciWlROAV. IWEMBF.K
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FINLEY TO SHOW ! CONTINUE WORK IBOMBARD RHEIMS FORTNIGHTS OPEN
p nn MTV
Whllo In Portland, tlio
ArrnnKPincnlA for eoiitlnulnp tlie
through co-oporntlon of tlio U, S
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nsn propnmUlon work in Hague rivor London, 4.10
rppiwntattyna to tlio SoprtMnan's
Ktnto hcngilo, mado nrrangomcnts
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Willi Bin.o Vni u...ru . w. ,.- . Rimo nn(, MMl a4HJclM,01 werc m,U,
loy to deliver another mnvliiR picture ,,v tIl0 Hertford delegates io the state
loolurn here early In Jnnunry. Mr I fragile of sportsmcus clubs at Port
rlnley lias six now reels, which were hanii Tuesday. Last car something
Miown at tho Sportsman'R banquet j ovor n m,,,,01 .twlliul " latched
. ' . i fit f tut tiML hi nnl Vi nirlinr n ml twilil
k l- HX t.. II'MVIRIJ Mil. l
Dee.' 9, by wireless to K, ( lJttj . i (i inam ,.
p. in.--The official , (,.m,,i v,lnev,litv fr.nn I'.utluud.
Matemonl isstiei! liv llu Horiiimi iirniv I ...I. ...... n .T. . .....i it... i
Hureau of Fisheries and .the state' , , ,, . , ',, ,' ,. ' t
. , ..... ... ,.. headquarter this afternoon mijs: Hner Vimi l'rotoetno iiNMiomtiou timl
To the west of Hholmi a fishery, I the .Medfowl Hod and dun eluh nl the
nltiioiieli rivlnis .ho H...I pmu rimf. I ,,m,H"' mwi'mg of tlio State League
until, the flngerllng
ase. This ear It Is expected
Monday. v;T!io onlv'.red shown from
thoso iixJihiltvtf 'ajnr ago. V11"!,.,,
"Chasing ftaliihown In llogue lllver," i ' '
aaln given at the unanimous re
quest of the loaguo members.
Among tho films shown are pic-
Aatt.nk. nf b rt t ttirth. Iitmilltlit tllA IrtfllllkV
""" "' """" " ",""" iaiiRineuted from the stale's Intake In
at Oruxon City, duck, woodcock. ! " ...
unlpo, mudlien and other Klamath
thai three times the number will be
turned loose, as a much better take
I of eggs Is expected and It the supply
In llogue river Is short. It will be
of Sportsmen imvoomtionw. They
ropoit that foity-fourelulw wore iep.
has been bombatded and set on fire
by our troops a wo had ascertained i re.MMitotl niiil eight moio made aindt
by means of photographs taken by outioti for membership. At tlio an
our aviators, Ihat behind tho fish-'""''' banquet ;I00 spoitsuien wele
ery was hidden a French heavy bat- j !m,s"",t m' . iiiuxinir if
iiirr4 i ly ouiie iniiie imieii . u.
lake ncstiiiK scenes, a nest of eagles (
I other streams, states Master Fish
t Warden Clanton.
taken 100 feet above tho ground. A lease was signed Monday by the
baby cougars and bear cubs being 'Maclcnr estate to the government.
nursed from tho same bottle and
playliiR together, the great bird res
ervation In tho Klamath country and
renewing the lease on the hatchery
plant at Klk creek, Tho lease pro
vides a nominal payment as rental,
o Three Arch Hock bird refuge of!nnd w, bo followed by enlarged fa-
"French attacks In the district
around Soualn and on the villages of
Varennes and Vouquors, In the east
ern part of the forest of Argonne, i
were repulsed with heavy losses, to
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"In the forest of Argonne llM.,f Ml"' 'slture to close the deer sea
ground was galued In several places
Kinley of niiimnl b'ml nnd fish life.
The oluli meeting wiw most luir
nuinioiix. At the request of the tim
bermen, federal forest serviee ami
stale forest pntteelive assoeiations,
it was unanimousiv ilceiiled to ask
the Tillamook Const all proved won
derfully Interesting and instructive.
Perhaps the pictures which aroused
the most enthusiasm among the
cllltles, new ponds, etc.
Supcrtntcduut O'Malley' of the P.
S. Hureau of Hatcheries, left for Cal
ifornia Wednesday and will stop in
sportsmen was the set showinK pupils J"ru on m return mimn a u-n-
n llm V.irnnn nnlinnl ninniifftrf tirlnir Hlgllt.
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tiny bird houses, many of beautiful
design, placing them in the forest,
nnd how children could ralso birds
who would cat out of their hand,s af
ter becoming full grown. Mr. Fin
ley stated that this was tho real
sourco of protection to all sorts of
animal life In the next decade, as by
training tho children properly along
the.se lines wonders would bo accomplished.
With Medford xraae Is Med ford madb.1
WEN BY QUAKE
On this occasion we took a number
"The French suffered heavy losses
in the battles reported yesterday to
the north of Nancy. Our losses were
"No new reports are at hand from
"lu Northern Poland our troops aro
in close touch with the Husslans
who have come to a standstill In a
strongly fortified position. Hast of
the Warta the flg-itlng for Lowlcz
"In Southern Poland Austro-IIun-
, garlnn troops fighting side by side
, with our troops, have successfully re
newed the attack."
LIMA, rem. Dee. O.An earth-, " "
qunke yesterday did considerable present time forty boilici have been
damngo to the interior towns of , recovered from the ruins of wrecked
Lampa, Coltn nnd I'mimi. Up to the houses.
sou iu August to prevent fire damage,
making the- season from September
1 to November 1. Other eluiiipert
were requested n follews:
Chinn pheasant Jaw eliiingod to
permit two buns in ever' ling of fie,
tlio latter being the limit for one day,
ten for one week. A two weeks oen
season for phonsnjits in .laekson
eouiity. The elosiug of tho Willom-
etle river to commrreiul fishing. A
month's open season for prairie
ehiekens in Union and Wasco coun
ties. Hesolutions were liaised favoring
the expenditure ot license money
solely for game nnd fish protection
and lyopogahon; indorsing the re
moval of politicians from the fish
and game couunts'siun, the sportsmen
to have a voice in the naming of tin,
eomunsxioii. Tho pioposul of C. A.
Hiddle to issue a monthly sports
man's paper, devoted to the interests
u f tho league, mtimlying the satuo to
the various olubs at a price of 15
j cents per member was accented.
Portland was iiiuncil for tha next
meeting place and tlio following of
President, II. It. Van Hurer, Poit
liuul; first vice-president, W. X. Mat-
lock, Pendleton; second xio.'-picxi
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jurin, iii .1, u. vim, liCiiiiiiiju; nci'ic-
tavy-trenMiier, t. i . naitrum, nose
mrg; executive cemmittee: Distilet
1, I,. W. Humphreys, Poitland; ills
I rid U, W. W. fluff, Fonst (Irowt;
district :i,A. I'randall, Hrewnsvillc:
district -I, (leorge Putnam, .Mcdfoid;
district fi, l.eo A. ), Schnnio, The
Dalles ; district tl, fl. I. li iViw, Pen
dleton: district 7, Charles Hiley, Kla
math Falls;jiublicitv committeo, l
A. Itiddle, chuiimau, Wjiltor llackus,
D. P. Averill, llenrv Veateh, M. II.
Itaiicr; nomination commit tee, P.. i
MeFiirlaud, eliainnan, fl. I. Im Dow,
J. It. Drixooll, (leorire Putnam, A.
Crnndall; lesolution eoiunii lee, I.. W
Humphreys, ehahman, 1,. P.. Dean, l J
P. flanlner, K. .1. Moos and Dr. .1. (I.
WASHINGTON. Dec. l-.ltepre-seatntlves
of several far western elec
tric power companies, appearing to
day before tho senate public lauds
committee to oppose the administra
tion water power sfto leasing bill, de
clared at tho outset that the measure
was unworkable as drawn. Others
present announced their Intention to
K. C. Finney appeared for the in
terior department and supporting the
bill was sharply cross examined, by
Senators Smoot and Clark, who con
tended It left too much discretionary
power with the secretary of the In
terior. Senator Norrls dofended
The bill passed by tho houso at
the last session, Is one of the cousor-lpluohot, kfrcrotary l.a'no and (lover-
vntlon mensuies urged by President nors Alnnions and Hpry of Colorado
Wilton In his address yesterday 'and Utah, will testify as the hoar
Walter Fisher of Chicago, Clifford lings progress,
TO-DAY is money in,
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is money thet aint
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yet. Don't oveiv
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are now always have and
alwns will be thij Ideal
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After you have thought and thought, been all over town and looked
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CHRISTMAS 3 SPIRIT-
For months we have been preparing for this great event which so many look forward to as the happiest
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will do all in our power to serve you well.
We advise all who can to shop in the morning as we can give you better service then
BUY YOUR XMAS GLOVES HERE
Dents' Guaranteed Tape
Gloves, special at only,
at; per ffi t H C
pair x$ jUmJ I pair. Vif X i J
5 Perrins' Celebrated Kid Glon
Agents for the well
known Derbv Kid Glove
teed, Hpeeial, pair.
,es, guaran- " 'y r
XMAS SALE OP NECKWEAR
The newest ideas in AVo
very special, ea...
25 dozen dainty new
Neckwear, in the very
latest ideas, on sale, very
each U J
XMAS SALE OF HANDKERCHIEFS
If Jtou can't think of anything else, give Handker'fs.
Every Pair Guaranteed
Kayser's Celebrated Silk Hose, fill
colors ,ind black, very
Kayser's Ttalian Knit jrosicry in
black find colors, xvvy n r rv
special, pair J) l.DU
Kayser's Celebrated Woudei'foot
Hone, in black and col- aj " A
ors, xovy special, pair jj) X D U
4, Hhop Kni'ly 10 Afore Da.va HeJore CliribtiiniN,
AVomen's and Children's
Plain and Fancy Hand
kerchiefs, up to 10c val
ues, special at, J? A
Women's new style Init
ial Handkerchiefs at 10d
15, !8 and 25 eacli.
Men's Initial Handker
chiefs, all linen, very spe
cial, 18 and 25 each.
AVomen's fine Lace Edge
Handkerchiefs, fine final
ity, special at, 1 P -each
Children's Fancy Hand1
kerchiefs, put up in
Xmas boxes, at 10c, 15
Women's fine Hand Emb
Handkerchiefs at 50,
75 and $1.00 each.
Women's Fancy Hand
kerchiefs, put up) in
Xmas boxes, at 59, 89
and $1.25 a box.
Men's All-Linen Hand
kerchiefs at 15 20
and 25 each.
HANDBAGS MAKE SENSIBLE GIFTS
100 new Hand JJacjs, all
leather, good as most .$2.00
values, sale- fl Q
price, each .. ..$ J. X j
AVomen's Mesli Hags, new
styles, real ijtf.00 values,
each. ..... ..
Childron's'Fanoy Jbigs, all
colors, vtfiy sjiecial, y
zfr.t- :,..5 9c 1
UMBRELLAS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
100 Beautiful New Urn-
brcllas for men and wom
en, worth $1.50,
this sale, each...
Men's Silk Umbrellas, new
handles, xevy special for
AVomen's India Umbrollas
in black and colors, very
XMAS SALE OF PETTICOATS
Women's Halcyon Petti
coats, all colors, QQ
very special, ea yOC
Women's fim All-Silk Petticoats, guai
anteed ij-'l values, sale price, each
.Jersey Top Petticoats at
$1.50, $:M)8 and
XMAS SALE OF FURS
A Most Acceptable Gift
Coney Muffs at $3.50, $5,
Coney Scarfs at $2.08,
$4.08 and $6.08 each. '
Nippon Mink Sets at $45
Northern Mink Sets at $75
.Tap Mink Sets at $50.00 a
Natural Fox Sefo at $25.00"
a set. !""', i
JJlncJc AVolfJJelp aCjjSS
Black and Brown Coney Sets
at $10.00, $15.00 and
$20.00 a set.
A few Children's Sets left
10 OFF ON THESE PRICES