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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1914)
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Tho nnntinl ChrlstnuiB Iron of tlic
Klki lodge wna hold tit their Unit
Inst nlKtit, tilid $LT.o win nottcd,
which will ho used In giving Christ
ninu-clioer nnd rood lo tho poor nml
need? ol tho city Thin 'I nn nnnual
fen t nro 'of tho Klka, timl'u committee
lms hocn appointed "to anporvlao tho
distribution' of tho food nml sifts.
A' cbhipleto Hnb or Christmas
carda, booklets nt tho West SIdo Phnr
The'nluntnl nml high school bnsk
vUiail' teams will moot nl the N'ntntor
lum tonight, In what promiRea to bo
one of tlio fastest Karnes this year.
After tho holidays n series of games
will bo nrrnnged with, Ashland.
Experienced man wishes position
us foreman on orchard or ranch. Ref
erences. Address It., care Mall Tri
Hud, Anderson, ex-prido of Med
ford, Is' in Wallace, Idaho, ready for
his Christmas Day bout with Frank
llarrlenu. According to Portland
papers tho miners of tho Couer
d'Atcncs arc bolting oven money on
tho result. Accompanying Anderson,
ns trainer, manager, nnd handy man
Jh Frank Dupuls. ihipuls la known
In this city, going with Anderson to
Ios An colon on the Inst trip out of
this city. Somehow ho never Im
pressed the fans of this city as holiiB
much of a trainer.
Cars Btored for $2.00 at nyer's.SSii
Geese, dressed, drawn, lfc per
pound." ' 235
Dunbar Carpenter, returned Tues
day afternoon from a two weeks
trip to Colorado Springs, visiting
! friends and rolatlvcs and attending
to business matters.
Dig lino fancy turkeys at Jones'
meat market, 20c per pound. 23ft
Fred Pcloiuo of Kaglo Point at
tended to business matters In this
city Tuesday afternoon.
Only one nioro day of Christmas
Chopping do it at Ahrcns. 235
Lincoln McCormark, Jr., is spend
ing the holidays with his parents.
"Your things aro wonderfully well
selected" said a customer. Handi
craft ghop.. 235
Tho fire department was called
out twlco Tuesday afternoon as the
result of fluo fires, ono in tho Far
mers utid Fruitgrowers Dank build
ing, and tho second ono in tho resi
dence of A. L. Donncy on Vancouver
avenue. No damage resulted from
either. These aro the first fluo fires
of tho year.
A most diversified showing of
useful gifts. Ahrcns. 220
Holies for a' white Christmas in this
city faded today with a rlso In the
temperature, and a warm balmy air,
that caused the snow on the floor of
tho valley to melt. Tuesday oven
ine tho western sky wns a flaro of
bright red, and this morning tho sky
irasf f rce from fog, and a perfect win
ter day followed. " Tho Ideal weather
brought out scores of choppers, In
tho morning, nnd the streets wcro
Christmas gifts, boxes cigars at
right prices Medford Cljnr Storo.
Axel Lundgrcn of tho Dluo Ledge
district arrived Tuesday to spend
Christmas in fills city.
Co in o In, look around here, you are
suro to find tho useful gift you are
looking for hero. Ahrcns 235
Tho Associated Charltios extended
food and clothing to 12 needy fami
lies this morning, and liro Investi
gating tho applications of several
Whitman & Llggctts candy for
Christmas proJonta at West SIdo
Tho Punatorlum Dye Works will
novo to 23 North Fir street about tho
first of tho year. Workmen aro
now engaged Jn .putting in n cement
floor for tlio dying and cleaning
Furs always mako hnndromo glftH,
our showing Is largest and best, all
reduced In price 10 to -10 icr cent.
J. C, Hitmen was named candidate
for mayor at the, clly election by the
Hoclallbt party at a" meeting held In
flnillh'B hall Tuosdpy night. E. ' J.
Kllou wus nominated for councilman
, from tho first ward, 0. It. Sutchwoll
from tho eecoud, aiid P. W. Chllgron
from the third ward.
Boo ub about pipes In cases great
ly reduced Modfgord Cigar Storo,
Wig Aalipnlo has on exhibition In
tho Economy market, a monster hog
nnd beef. Weights aro being guessed
hy tho public, hud tho' ono coming
tho clofiost will bo given a roast-, as
Christmas greetings, JJolh tho ani
mals wore raised iyid futtened in tho
liogue river valley, una navo ai
tracto considerable attention.
Horn and board at 145 South Ivy.
Mrs. C, h. Grant. 243
J. M, Vogell and wlfo ahd littlo
sou of Eagle Point left Tuesday af
ternoon for Sacrumento where they
will srieud tlio Chrlstmua holidays.
Tvenfy'"ler cent off on Parisian
Ivory jenqd nt West SIdo Pharmacy.
Sirs, Mario Mooro leaves today for
tiaxcllc, Cal., with her mother, Mrs.
J. M. Klernnii, whero sho will spend
some time on her parents' ranch.
Dq Voo Is soiling gum drops at 10
cents per pound, Jolly beans, 15
cents per pound, chocolate drops 20
cents, rhocolnto creams 30 .cents, and
mixed nuts nt 20 cents lier pound.
Charles Prim of Jacksonville, a
student at tho University of Califor
nia, has returned home to spend tho
Christmas holidays. i
All kinds of flowors for corsage
bonnets. Ahrcns. ; . . 235
Tho Misses Mario and Hthel Klfert
left this morning for- Hosoburg to
spend Christmas with friends and
Daby things a specially. Handi
craft Shop. 235
A. A. Flynn of Hold Hill spent
Tuesdny nftornoon lnthu city attend
ing to business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl House, nee Uor
nldtno llukes, will return tomorrow
from Portland to spend Christmas
visiting friends and relatives In this
Wc pack Christmas gifts in Christ
mas boxes. Ahrens. 235
J. 1). Jackson of Eagle Point
transacted business matters In this
city Tuesday afternoon.
Palm rooms, new management,
light, nlry rooms, reasonable rates.
Georgia Klchcr. 250
The first reels of "The .Master
Key," a new serial will be presented
at tho Page Thedter tonldit.
Until Christmas, the stores of the
city aro open evenings for tho holi
Mrs. Fred McManus left tho first
of the week to spend the holiday sea
son with friends nnd relatives In
(let your butter, cream, milk and
butter-milk, nt Do Voe's.
James Merrttt of Yrekn, Cal., is a
business visitor in the city for n
Glvo silk hose for Christmas gifts.
Goth.m Gold Strlpo and Niagara
Maid arc best, $1.00, $1.50 and $1.75
per pair. Ahrens. 235
.Taking of evidence In tho suit of
the California-Oregon Power com
pany against the city of Medford will
be completed today.
Upper Crust, best hard wncat flour
made. At Drownlee & Lindley,
phono 027. , - ' 236
Denny Cass, has returned from a
summer spent In Alaska, and remain
in this clly over tho holidays.
Order your Christmas wreathes
ow from Pierce, tho florist, real Eng
lish holly used In wreaths, also cut
flowers. Order early nnd avoid dis
appointment. Pierce, the florlest,
Mrs. Louis Ulrlch of Jacksonville
spent 'tho first of the week In Med
ford shopping and visiting friends.
Kodak finishing tho best, at Wes
ton's Camcro Shop. Over IeIb Thea
ter. A. A. Snyder of Glendalu is
spending a few days in the city at
tending to business mutters.
"Insurance" means "Holmes'' nnd
"Holmes" means "Insurance." Seo
Holmes "Tho Insuranco Man." '
Percy Cochran of' Helena, Mont,
arrived the first of tho week to spend
tho Christmas vacation visiting his
parents and friends In this city.
Tho man who eats apples has lit
tlo time to drink, iingloy's apple
julco shpuld be more widely known.
C. D. Jnmes and wife of Sams' val
ley spent Tuesday In Medford attend
ing to business matters.
DcVoo Is going to sell 500 pounds
of chocolato creams at thirty cents
per pound. Get a pound today, tf
Eight wanderers applied to the
police Tuesday night for shelter, and I
weru Bum ujjuji iiivir wny mm mum-
Got McUride's prices beforo buying
holiday candles. 235
II. Q. Johnson of Eugene is among
the out of town visitors In tho city
Tho Page, Tho Master Key.
The public library has Just added
two rcforencc sets to Its collection,
a new Cyclopedia of American gov
ernment In three volumes, edited by
A. C. McLaughlin and A. D. Hart,
and the Methods and DIzcovorles of
Luther Durbank, with colored photo
graphs to Illustrate his experiments.
This work is also In three volumes,
rind has been given to the library by
Mr. T. W. Miles,
Don'f wait until Christmas to buy
your Christmas candles and then tuko
what's loft, buy the best today at
Library will bo open as usual 7-9
Christmas Evo, but will bo closed on
Try a quart of our guaranteed
pure sanitary milk. Phono 582-W.
Mrs. J. K. Deuudrolt of Montague,
Cal., is In Mqdford In tho Interest of
her brother. Lorls Martin.
Kodak finishing and supplies at
Weston's Camera Shop. Over Isls
Society throughout the valley is
planning to attend the Charity Hall.
The Ladles In charge roport a phe
ugmlpal Hale of tickets and both
young and old will dance fir sweet
Tho Page, Tho Master Key,
embroidered handkerchiefs, t;,,l,ul ,l w,vw ,lu' ''"'.v '"'
ndlcrnft Shop. 235 ,nn -u"" SO-H'.' wa. .suggested by
Mrp. A. S. 15 by of Atkinson, Ne
braska, nrrlved tn Medford n few
tlnj-8 ago and will spend the winter
here with hor'slster, Mrs. J, E, Toft
Christmas perfume's and toilet ar
ticles tit the West SIdo' Pharmacy.
Guy Wnddell, foreman on tho
Dodge ranch for tho Inst throe curs,
Is spending the holidays with his
parents north of lingerie.
Why walk when you can rldo for
lfic to nny part of the city. Ford
Taxi. Call Alco SS2K.
1 H, Stout of Medford Is n guest
nt the Hotel Honson, Portland.
F. H. Madden has returned from a
brlof business trip lo Pirtlamt aud
We have not studied salesmanship
and know nothing about It. Wo sim
ply assist you to buy. Handicraft
Leon II. Harris left for Sacramento
Tuesday mid will return shortly with
his family. Mr. Harris has leased the
Ed Hanley home orchard for the
coming oar, Mr. Hanley opoctlng
to spend the year In Senttle and
Get It nt Do Voe's.
Major H. L. llowiby, state hlgh-
I way engineer, spent Tuesday In Med
io nt inspecting work dono tlio nnst
season nnd securing data for his an
nual report that will bo presented to
the coming legislature.
J. O. Gcrktng, tho best all around
photographer In southern Oregon.
Always reliable. Negatives mndo ouy
wherc. tlmo or place. Studio 22S
Main St. Phono 3 20-J.
John llrynes a stockman of tho
Watktns district !b in tho city for u
few days attending to business matters.
Carefully selected Xmns cards and
booklets. Handicraft Shop. 235
Much interest wa3 manifested
locally In tho vote In congress Tues
day on the Hobson nation wide pro
hibition bill In dry circles, nnd the
defeat of the measure wns something
of a surprise, ns literature sent out
had led Its supporters to believe It
could not lose.
The finest equipment In Oregon for
printing fruit labels. Medford Print
Tho city and county offices and
hanks will bq closed Friday, with
tho stores and shup In honor of
Christmas. Trees will be held at
most of tho churches with many
home celebrations. ,
Wo Invito mon to shop lierc. Han
dicraft Shop. 235
A Inrgo batch of Christmas mail
arrived this morning from tho east,
and the city delivery wns delayed
slightly by reason of handling it. Tho
largest receipt of Christmas pnekagea
Is expected this afternoon, consisting
largely of packages from mlddlo
western and northwest points.
Sweet elder at Do Voo'a.
Frank Dybec of Jacksonville at
tended to business matters in tho
city Tuesday afternoon.
Call at McDrldo's aud get prices on
fresh made candles for tho holidays.
Tho ChristmaH celebration of tho
University club will bo held In the
club rooms tonight, consisting of
skits, sketches, songs and a general
good time. It is nn annual event.
Tho Page, The Master Key.
Discussion pro and con of tho now
city charter lo bo nted upon nt tlioi
city election was" tho cause of r-n"r"t
splrltod arguments on the sir ci 'hi
Mcllrlde, has a Jinn HujB. Jf ''
boxes for your ChristmaH candles.
Capo Cod bay berry caudlef, Han-'
TO SECURE COIN
XKW YDUIC, Dee. 'J;l. Tile i-o-quest
l)- Olonel Heoi-te UnotltiiN,
governor of Ihe ennui rone, for (lie
dispdloh of Anierienii warship's1 lo llu
naval mou in eliiuno til" wireless
lillutlx nnd tmvtil nffniix in Ihe rone,
us forwarded to 'Wellington im a
matter of form lv I'olonel (loi'thalu,
noting in his ouiueit,y as gijMiiiiiir of
t lo ennui aotic, uml the incident is
ended ns fur as ('olonel Hoolliolt is
ooneerned, so aniioiilioed the oolonel
himself iinm his arrival hero toduy
i'rom t'ristolml on the steamship Pan.
Colonel UoothnU said Hint iiuvnl
offioiuls hud reported to him thai
there hud (icon two xiolutious ol
Amorieun neutrality, lie 1o1im'd to
give the names of the iiaxnl officer,
or to mention the names of tho ves
sels involved in tho ullegod violations
"One of tin incident was that of
a ship which sailed villain! clearance
panels; the other ws a ship (hat'
was reported to have heou uing her
wireless within the iiuihI xone," said
Colonel (loohtals. "The naval of fit
corn in charge brought the mutter to
my attention and asked mc, iik gov
ernor, lo reiiio.st. the iroverimlent to
fiend warships to the eniial xoue. 1
transmitted their request as a matter
of form and there inv icsponsihility
"In roeommemlint; Unit Ihe ships
ho seat I was governed hy the iccont
meudatioim made to mo by the naval
Wauls Ton .Million
Colonel (IooIiIiiIh expects lo go lo
Washington after the Christmas holi
days to urge cougie-s to appropriate
.fl 0,1)00,(100 for tho construction of
dry docks, hurmck, machine shops
mid wharves in the cnnul .one. Ho
intimated that he would liuvo notion!;
further to say on the matter id send
inir war vessels In the eaiinl one Un
less he were .inked to give his views.
Ho said ho expect Ad to go to Vol
Point find to See his sou, a ondet nt
the military nendotny." '
"I also want tolsk for an addi
tional dredge when I go to Washing
ton," ho said. "I fear Hint wo will
have to keep a dredge working on the
ennal steadily for a year or more.
Tho hills at Culehra seem lo ho set
tling and this is the cause of the ire-
(iieut slides. Wo have been uhlc,
however, to get ships through tho
onnnl in much heller lime than wc
thought wo could; for instance, wc
cnlculnttud on half an hour to each
of the throe locks, hut wo find that
n ship can lie pnscd through all
three looks in fortv five minute."
Colonel (locthalri said Hint there
nre nt present tune still U.1,000 men
on the government's pnyrolls in the
STORES FOR: 4M,ilmilU
ML L AMOUNTS inIJ3Iiia..SSl
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IBS Vr liuln iKo lollownitf iciiiaiUUo tnliK'tioin iii tlwi:t K i M
I !::dl,co,, $1.10 B3!" 90c I M
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., M Ourtudomqii Airhvji uliifir I, IV own miJ cprtnl llie W 0
R Uivrlt di -it U ( a- imi-r.Slt, )i i ti(l Mill i UmIovIH M v mifuij I
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i mmfmtmmmA -:f
Duo cheek forger, in-nell dug his
stinging wiles upon Medford mor-
chants, w'ns vaught this monilng dnv
to tho ijul'olt Ihlu'lilng of J. 1) Hell
of the Nash l,lolol, and refits In tlio
city jmi, awalllug a full i of Inn
victims. He is a man tr Art years,)
nnd gives the name of Oeoru II. Hull'
of Portland. Ilnd ohoeks ho signed
woio cashed by K. II. Lamport or tlio
.Medford Hiii'iicdh coinpunj and the
llelillug shoo Wore. At Lamport I
he bought n saddle prMXuitlng a cheek '
for r.t) uicelving $1 1 In change, and
at llehlliiK's boiiKht two paltn of
shoes for ii, lecolving V In ehniu'o
fiom a $15 cheek, all Issued on a
Portland bank. Tho police are In
vostlKnthiK, expecting to find others
who were "stunK."
Hull's methods were to outer a
store, and pick out nn article, leav
ing the Impression It was to bo a
Chi 1st maw ttltt. At Ltimiiort's he
called Tuesday evening, and picked
out a J .11! Huddle nn a gift, ho Wild,
for u uulii' living on the VpploRuliv
This threw the uteris off his guard;
ami when ho pti'snioil a $f.O cheek
this morning. It whs nccopttHl. Tho
cheek was taken lo the Pint National
bank for Identification. Mr. Ilelitlug
went on tho snmo mhwluii and both
learned the. truth.
In the monutlmu Hull presented n
cheek to tho N'nsh Hotel In payment
for a room, niiuouiuing that If any
one called for him, to av w would
be back from Ashland at -1.00 o'clock.
Mr. Doll's HUnphioiiM woro aroused.
and called tho authoiitliw who nr-
rcntoil Hull as ho was trying to find
a back way out of the Xiidi -Hotel.
ThN U tho first case of chock
forging upon local merchants In tho
lust two month.
THIS LAST DAY
Useful Christinas Presents
Rodcs, Gloves, CoaLs, Flashlights
and Electric Lanterns
A FORD CAR
Would Be Very Acceptable
Open Evenings Unlit ClirMir ts
Motor Cars nml Supplies
CONDUCTED BY ELKS
A laborer vvub blruck hy a South
era 1'uoifio Mmthbouud pabhonger
train this morning near 'j'olo, and
lies at Sacred Heart hospital, uncoil
Kcious uud unable to give his name,
Mitterings led tli6 Piotcrrf to lullevc
it is either "McNulty" or "M'c.Marihi."
His right leg wan broken, bin hide
crushed and Iiih head cut. It in fear
ed ho is buffering from internal in
juries. Drs. Piekel and Thuyer op
crated upon the unfortunate man
(his afternoon. Ho was brought to
diis city hy tho train that Btruck
Jiim ami rushed to the hospital.
According to the accoipit iven Ihe
man wah bca'ted upon the track near
Tolo when Htruck, not being seen by
the engineer until too Into to Mop.
Wu tiling whistles wore given, which
wore not heeded. Chief of Police
Ilittbon says the injured man was in
Ibis city this morning uud had been
employed on the Kiskiyoii division of
the Pacific, highway. Ono report Mini
he had a bottle of whisky in his
clothe.-., hul (his could md ho confirmed.
'with Wedfotd trade Js MCdfof a irmdo
Tho funornl scrWc'oa" for (lanTb
Warden A. fi. Ilubhanworoielii at,
uie i'.ikk lemjnu in aiii.-ki unuet
the auspices oj Arhlapir.lidgo No.
U I l,:ruoijday; Doronibfcr 22, u( 2 Mj'm'.
Tho ICIks' ritualistic servi'cu ' was'
rendered by the offiierirof the ludgu.
llrother i. K. Vlnlng delivered tho
Itev. H, A. Carnahan jnvokad tho
Tho BliiKors woro tho.Klks nuurlot,
1). I). Xorrls, A I,. Strickland, M. K.
IlrlKKs aud K. L. Itator and their
songs wcro Lead Kindly Light and
Tho Vacant Chair,
Tho pall bearers vveroTi. Patter
son, It. P. .Cornelius, .1. A llalloy, W.
U. Pratt, Hoyal Cornelius and Frank
Many beautiful floral offerings
were received. Thorn was a lnrgo
attendance of Jilks and friends. liur
lal took place In Mt. Vlow cometery.
otichwt) 'vii yy)iua.
On Saturday, Dcco'inbnr 20th, 1311,
I hold all my right, tide and Interest
In and to tho Control Point Horajd
(o pno Itoyal V., Dolib, with tho un
derAtudlits that the suid lyal k.
Doldi assumes nil liplpbteijues and
he Is to collect all accounts.
This dissolution wus, Impelled upon
mo by tho recent business Involved,
both tho editorial, news and picchau
li'itl, nnd the.HtMViouH li;lul for.JuiHl
Hess and nou. dope Chat my
partner, ltoyul u. litibb will . en
deavor lo sustain thy Herajd" up
to tho fitundard In the estimation of
Itn many leaders ..through .ny )(lt
diligent InhorH. I'cg to rj-maln.
2nr p. v, HAHar.ijH.
The liual day of rcgilrti"ii tur
Ihe city eleetio'ii gave iiulitiatiini" tlie
total would ho hotwucm 1100 mid
1201). At 1 o'clock the tolid vrnt
llltin, with the inoMtnlil film) riifh
in Ihe cloMiig hiMir-i this .iflcrunoii.
OppoueutK of the citv charter, iihui
which (lie principal intercut hi the
city election center, wort netivr I his
mortiiiig, urgiuir reiti"trHtiiui. It i
figured tlmt if I'ihO votor- are regn
tcred the charter will earrv hv a Mib
BAGLEY'S APPLE JUICE
A lieHltliful household he v crane. pnMcurl'ctt nnd put up In fiat
tar emu" u prorpim AliMiltiioty fn- fiom pn-iwrvntlvea. tir
pure juliv iii i Miuud ih'Kii aidt. Huv ll bv ihe uue or ran: nl
wny rct mil I .null. A drink for nil tho fuiulb nn iimntli In lIm
MGLEY'S APPLE BUTTER
linn ptirllv. flavor and price to recoinini ltd It lor oui liio n$ a con
venient, taiv, tilde ilellc.io. Ad. .-r ,:r"icr
THE BAGLEY CANNING CO.
TALK NT, OllCd'OV.
The White Velvet Ice.
Cream and Butter Co.
32 South Central, Modfonl, Oregon,
ciioicK .err ,;i.nwi;KS and.
Aiilcho, Pnlnsellhu Italian
Itimcui. liaro Oiders iCaiiy
In avoid disappointment.
WiUm J- T. Broadley
Sslififflp lid!) W. Main
Some at cost, the
balance only slightly
fc MEDFORD PHARMACY g
M GIFT SUGGESTIONS f
S Leather Goods Im
1 HP Crane's Stationery S .
mm . Perfurn.es ' . Wt
mil (17. 5. A. ami Imported.) IH
ml Hair Brushes vS
JP (U. H. A. and Inipoitud.) VIA
Ml "SHOP EARLY" VjA
H H. & II. CIIIKIW THADIKCI tiTAMI'S
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