Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, February 03, 1915, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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PAGJS TWO
IQCAL AND '
L. PERSONAL
The V ( T. l Itolil their mecl
IttR ut tlio public library nt 230
Thurnday jt, in. Subject, Narcotics.
till j- imsuiiKcr service IBc. Coun
try trips lit proportion. Plerson &
Fouler, phone, 87S-1. it
Dr. J. J. KminojtH linn moved to
hl now fiulto of pfflfu rooms In tlto
Bccoild rloor of the M. F. & II. Co.'s
bulling.
Sco Dovo Wood anout thai flro In
nurnnro policy. Office Mall Trlbuno
DWb.
A petition 1r holne; circulated hero
(inking' tho legislature to enact a law
prohibiting any flnhlng wUh a selno
In tldo waters of the lfofitlo, or below
tho DiikuoII Ferry. -Gold Ilettcli
0 lobe.
Jlatlnco, the I'aso today.
0. 0. Ilcnctlict, who for the past
five years has been on the constabu
lary force in the Philippines, has re
turned tn the valley to locate, and
anya, after tho hot suns of the tropics.
tholloKiio river country looks mighty
fine and is good enough for htm.
Dr. J. F. Hoddy returned to
Grants Pass Wednesday after a visit
to his home.
Sweet elder at Do Voo's.
.Mrs. floorgo 1). Carpenter returned
Tuesday front a week spent with
frlqnds in Portland.
A. C. Allen nndwlfo of tho Holly
wood orchards loft Tuesday for San
Fianclsco where tholr ton will under
go an operation.
Mrs. Leach, 32G North nartlctt, ox
portcorsetloro. MHa Mary llnswoll has accepted a
position in the city recorder's office
nindo vacant by tho resignation of
Miss Nonlo LounBbury.
Miss Violet Cross of Portland is
visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. II, Cross of this city.
Matinee, tho Page today.
Tho high school gleo club appeared
before a large audlenco ut tho Page
theater last night, and scored a bit.
Tho performance was for tho bene
fit of tho music department of tho
high school. Ono of tho best en
Joyed 'numbers was tho club's rendi
tion of tho popular song. "It's a Long
Way to TIpperary."
James Whltten, a prospector of
tho Steamboat district, Is spending a
few days in the city attending to busi
ness matters.
St. Mark's prc-Lcnton danco will
bo given Friday evening, February G,
In St. Mark's hall, tickets 75c, spec
tators 25c each. 270
Tho basketball teams of tho Mcd
ford nud Klamath Falls high schools
will play at tho Natatorlum Friday
night, Fobruary 5. Tho Klamath
Falls teams lost two games last week
on their home floor.
Cora B. Utley, chiropodist, 407
Oarnctt-Coroy building, phono C57-R.
Miss Jean Anderson will Icavo Fri
day for Corvallis, where sho will en
ter O. A. C. for the second semester.
Kodak finishing and supplies at
Weston's Camera Shop. Ovor Isla
Theater.
Attorney II. F. Mulkey, A. S.
nosenbauin and Homer Hillings gnt
Tuesday In the Ashland district cam
paigning for beets. It was a fruitful
day. After talking all day, and wad
ing through mud anldo deep, they
took an Inventory and found they
had signed up one acre, with a prom
ise of ten.
Kodak finishing tho best, at Wes
ton's Camero Shop. Over Isls Thea
ter. n, S, Palmer of Central Point spent
Tuesday in Medford attending to bus
luces matters.
The city council nt its regular
meeting Tuesday night passed an
ordluanco approving of tho Instal
lation of sowers on Dakota avenue.
Get It at Do Voo's.
13, J. Cole, of Yreka, Cal., is spend
ing a few days in tho city attending
to business matters.
IT you liuvo ever attended a St.
Mark's Guild danco you will plan to
uttend tho Ola Tlmo danco In St.
Mark's hall, Fobruary 5. 270
. Tho ground hog siw his shndow
Tuesday, no tho winter will last for
six weeks more.
Got your Dtittor, cream, milk and
liutter-mllk, at Do Voo'i.
Atthur Thomas of Grants Pass
pent tho first of tho week in Med
ford qttcmllug to business matteru,
Wo arc headquarters for real first
quality cut hair. Marlncllo Hair
Shop, -107 Garnatt-Coroy building.
274
Jamea T. Wilson lo't Tuosday for
San Fruuclsco to spend a month vis
iting with his futhor.
J. O. Corking, tno best all around
photographer In southern Oregon.
Always rollablo. Negatives raado any
whoro, tlmo or placo. Studio 228
Maiii St, Phono 320-J.
K, V. Carter of Ashland Is a busi
ness visitor In tho city Tuesday for a
fow hours.
Dr. S. A, Locliwood and Dr. Myrtlo
8t Lockwood, (physicians and Bur
geons) have moved to their now sulto
of pfflces. Itopma 309, 310 and 311,
tilled floor, M. F. & II, llldff.
George and Ned VIlaB leave Satur
day tor Corvallls to resume their stud
ies nt the O. A. C.
Tho Page Theater has announced
tho holding of matinees every after
noon for tho lieiu'flt of women and
children, with tho Page orchestra
furnishing the music. Tho now
hours will especially nppoiil to out
of town people unable to come In at
night.
Miss Muriel Hurrls was operated
upon nt Sacred Heart hospital by Dr.
Clancy for appendicitis.
Tho regular monthly meeting of
tho county court was held at Jack
sonville this morning. Nothing but
routine buslnoss was transacted. The
court adjourned until tomorrow when
county matters will be taken up
again.
The weekly amnteur vaudeville
bill will bo given at the Star tonight
tho Misses Clark, Andrews nud Ham
ilton and llatph Hurgcss and Cousin
Mlttlebergor taking part.
The Woman's Home Mlssloncry so
ciety of the Presbyterian church held
their regular monthly meeting at the
homo of Mrs. C. It. Itny, Tuesday af
ternoon. The yeggmpn who have been busy
the last week In Kogue river valley
towns, rested ngaln Tuesday night,
no crime being reported to the po
llco today. Since tho crime epidemic
broke out the police have doubled
their vigilance, and have the city
cleared of all strangers. Ily vlrture
of a new order, no freight car trav
eler is allowed to disembark In this
city. Tuesday night several who
crawled out from bo cars were told
to crawl back in again.
Tho city council at Its meeting
Tuesday night authorized tho trans
fer of tho White Front saloon license.
Tho saloon was recently declared In
solvent. A decision by tho circuit court in
tho Hoffman divorce case Is not ex
pected beforo the middle of next
week. Judge F. M. Calkins now has
the case under consideration.
The grand Jury for the February
term of court will meet tho third
Monday in tho month, February 22,
and the petit Jury will convene a
week later, March 1st. The most im
portant caso slated for trial Is that
of Lorls Martin or Trail, held In the
county Jail charged with tho slaying
of Game Warden A. S. Hubbard,
whtlo resisting arrest last December
for the killing of deer out of season.
D. W. Beebo of Agato spent Tues
day In Mcdfbrd attending to busi
ness matters.
E. T. Staples of Ashland Bpent this
morning In Medford attending to
business matters.
Col. It. C. WashDurn of Table
Itock was a business visitor In the
city for a fow hours Tuesday after
noon. Dr. Henry Hart of Talent spent
Tuesday In Medford attending to
business matters.
Attorney G. M. Roberts attended to
business and legal matters in the
county seat Wednesday.
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CHBYKXNK, Wyo., Fob. 3. Tho
Wyoming nj-nato today Indefinitely
postponed consideration of a bill for
tho submission of a state wide prohl
bltlon constitutional amendment.
SAYS THEY ARE CONSPIRATORS
(Conttinucd from Page 1.)
long dNciiMon while marshaling fur
ther support was undetermined.
Meanwhile tho democrats learned
Senator JCenyon was committed to
vote for mi unamended motion to re
commit and that thtew the democrat
into n quandary, its they wero count
ing on hw vote.
Senator Fletcher, in clmrgo of the
measure, is ready when the pending
motion to recommit tho ' bill in
brought I')), to move u nu amendment
thn,t tho committee report back with
in forty-eight bourn with amend
incntf. These amendments would not
commit the government to it perma
nent policy in the proposed shipping
enterprise and n time limit of either
eighteen mouths or two years would
be fixed for the undeitaking.
A Good ItcMlutlon.
To help build up Medford payrolls
by smoking Governor Johuson or
Mt. Pitt cigars.
TOO LA'lll lO VIAsHlPY,
FOIt VALI;r0Il tTuD?: Two"inpu
liators, two seated rubber tired
buggy. H. C. Stoltz, phono B2LH.
290
FOR BXC1IANOB 100 aero ranch,
Tillamook county. J 1000, for mod-,
orn bungalow hero,
FOR SALB Ono aero and bunga
low, flGOO.00. Clark Realty Co.
WANTBD Woman desires posltlpn,
housework, good plain cook, Mrs,
Rolls, Ashlatid, Oregon. 274
ailSD-KOKlJ MAIL TUIHUNK
COUNCIL
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The city council ut ili regular
meeting, Tiicidny iiiaht clipped the
snhiry of Public. Murkul Muster K.
.1, ltmiyim! from $7o tt full n month,
the fiiM Mop in n now policy of econ
omy. Tlio notion was taken upon the
ground tluvl W0 it month wit ciioimli
fur three worKduys n week'. It t nlo
held Unit no especial amount of skill
or trniiiim: is neeenry for the bund
ling of tlio place. Tlio etcp of tlto
council enpie us a turpi No to many
tlirpitidiout tlto oily, a- tlio murkol
1ms been most sueeesful under his
mumtgcmcnt.
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PRICES FOR BREAD
DKTHOIT, Mich.. Feb. ;.--hemline
Detroit bnkeiv announced today their
broad would increase in price 1 cent
a loaf beginning tomorrow. It was
nNo said that crackers, doughnuts,
cookies probably would advance from
1 to 'J cents- a do.en within tho next
week or ten days.
CHICAGO, Fob. :t. One of the
htrue baking companies hero, the out
put of which is 'Jo.OOO loaves of broad
daily, announced todnv that 1 cciu
would be ndded to the price of tlio "
ccnt loaves tomorrow.
STAPLES TO OPERATE
HOTEL AT ASHLAND
Mrs. Louisa W. Connor, landlady
of the Oregon Hotel at Ashland has
been declared n bankrupt before At
torney I J. Newman, and B. T.
Staples of Ashland was named trtts
tco this morning. The first papers
wero filed January IS. Tho assets
are placed at $0000 and the liabili
ties at $10,000. Trustee Staples will
operato the hotel. A hearing in the
mattor was held this morning. The
property Is owned by tho Ashland
Hotel company.
OBITUARY
DIF.D At her home, II2.'. North
Central avenue, this city, Wednesday,
Feb. It, ll)l."i, .Mrs. Josephine It. Uer
dan, age fit years, for nine years a
resident of this city and u native of
Wisconsin. She is survived by u
husband, F. 1'. Ilerdnn, and five child
ren, Mrs. 0. It. Shirley of Phoenix,
Ariz., Mrs. W. K. Cudmore of Roch
ester, Minn., Mrs. W. K. Peck of
North llcud, Ore., and M. A. uud
Francis Itcrdnu of this city. Tho
funeral services will be held from
the IiaptUt church Thursday at 'J p.
m. under the auspices of the W. It.
C. Interment in I. (). O. V. cemetery.
KAISER ON VISIT TO s
PORT OF WILHELMSHAVEN
HKHL1X, Feb. .1. -Kinperor William
will leave toduv for Wilh-diitsliavtii.
the second most important naval sta
tion in fiermany, to in-poct the win
idiips stationed there.
Dudley 2 inches
Norman 24 inches ,
ARROW COLLARS
Are not excelled by any other 2 for
25 cent collars made here or abroad
Cii'irrr, 1'iuiioiiv h Co., Ikc. Makers or Aimow .Siiimts Tiioy, N. Y.
Firestone
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Reduced In Price
Effective February 1st
POWELL AUTO CO.
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Tlto lory opui with love scenes
1 between Jim Witriiimtnn, it young
J secret service man. and his sweet-
i heat t, Itutlt pciilutiii. To facilitito
oomiiiunicntion Warrington has it
'wireless installed at his homo, by
which ho is, able lit ctumuuuieiito in
private eodo with Itutlt. A deolnttt-
lion of war with (lormiiiiy gitos the
secret service iititu opportunity to dN
tiugtiNh himself. Ho is scut to the
Russia itembassv ill St. ol'loi-shurg
with n dNpatch, which alter an o.
citing time he delivers Kifclv, mid is
entrusted with a rcplv to deliver to
the authorities ut home. A (lorman
spy Icarus thai Wurriiigloit is return
ing with tho lispatch, and ho is way
laid, and made a pii-oncr on a Her
man dreadiuumht. lie is searched, bill
Milium.- hidden the impoitaiit paper in
'his liotl it is not discovered. On
lionid ship,'iii'iiii2tnii lentils that tlto
loiituin fleet is about lo invudo the
HrilNIt coast, uud lie determine- to
find a wav to watn tho homo author
itties. He mauatic- t roach the wire
I less room, overcome the operator, and
I dispatch it code inessmjo lo his sweet
heait. Knt li at once wains the tin-
thotities, and propiiniluuis for Hrit
ain's dctcnse arc huit'iedlv ooiuptot
I'd. NBW YQRK, Feb. 3. Local offi
cials or the National Itallwayu of
Mexico liavo received word front Mox-
ico City announcing that at tho end
of this month the traffic and soliciting
agencies of the road In this city, Chi
cago and San Frnncsoo nro to be
closed, llrancltcs at San Antonio,
New Irleann and St. Louis nro nl
lendy closed. When this order be
comes effective the company will
cease to have any agencies of this
character In the t'nlted States.
SMALL POX SCARE
AT
Tho Gold Hill small nox scuro Is a
thing of tho past and the epidemic
has worn Itself out. Few of the resi
dents think It was small pox and most
of them assert it was only chicken pox
at least many of tbu sufferers who
havo recovered say It was. Whatever
It wan, tlio danger Is over, and strict
quarantlno established on tho few
romninlng caves.
KL I'ASOO, Tex., Feb, :i. (buoral
.John J. Pershing wits notified tod.iv
by wire that the nrinory of the S'eiv
Mexico National (limrd at Silvir Cit,
N. 5L, was broken into some tune bo
twccii Saturday night uud last night
and the arms and nmiuiiiiition stolen.
The message states Unit Mexicans
urc known lo have Iniiglari.cd the
place and that it is believed the arms
and ammunition me being taken t
Mexico. Thirty rifle mid five llious
and rounds of ummuiiiliou wcio so
cured. Bugenu city council Is holding
"Bconomy Conferences" to redtico
taxes.
EUROP
VILLA DEFEATS
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Kl. PASO, Texas, Feb II Follow
ing their defeat at the Kan Lulu
Potosl. tho Carruiua troops again
were routed vostordny ninth of the
vnpltal, according lo official Villa
advices received by 'itgculs Irt'ro to
day. It was stated that tho Villa
column under General Manila utter
ly routed (he retreating Ctiruuuu
forces of General llomtvldoH, captur
ing all their aitlllory and supply
trains and uiitiiv prlsonois.
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OF BRITISH TROOPS
lUCRI.IN, Feb. 3. via London All
official lepoit Issued today by the
Gorman navy department cult atten
tion to tho extensive transportation
of Hrltlslt troops to Franco and adds'
"Wo shall use ever.v method of war
at our disposal against them '
NORTH POLE WAR
WASHINGTON, Feb. 3- efforts
to re-open the North Polo contro
versy wcio situelched toddy In tlio
house education committee, which
voted to proceed no further with reso
lutluns to that purpose.
HAVE YOU
A CHILD?
Manr women Ions for children, but bcctuui ef
forrc cuiaUe phn'cal Ortangtmrnl r tUpuvnl
ut Ihla Kftairtt ct tl hapinu.
The women vrho ninie follow wen rrttoml
lo normil health hy LyvlU K. Itnkhant'i Vcgtla
Ut Compound. Wtlte anJ ak Ihem atxnit 11.
"I took your Com
pound and have a line,
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strong baby. " Mm.
John Mitciiku., Ma
Bona, N. Y
" Lydla H. Plnkham'ii
Vegetable ConiKiund is u
wonderful mwllclno for
expectant mothers."
Mrs. A. M. MVKlia, Cor-
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donvillc, Mo.
" I hlRhly .recommend
Lydln Pi. Plnklmm's Veg
etable Compound befuro
child-birth, it ha done no
much for me."-Mrs. K.
M. Doluk, It. It. 1, Con-
shohocken, Pa.
" 1 took Lydla K. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Com
pound to build up my
system nnd havo tho
denroftt baby itirl In the
world." Mrs. MosK
IlLAKKLKV, Coalport, Pa.
"I prnlso the Com
pound whenover I havo
a chance. It did so much
for my before my llttlo
jrfrl was bonv." Mrs.
E. W. SANDtias, Howies
burp, W. Va.
"I took your Com
pound beforo baby w'us
born and feel'l owe my
UfotolL"-Mrs.WlNNIK
Ta.i.ia, Winter Haven,
Florida.
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to suit, hh low as $15 per month.
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'Register Mechanics on the Pacific coast, who is at your service.
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City Alio! uo II, K, MeCuhi- iclaiu
his hoi III, liy vlritio of .Ma.vor Kin
crick, who liiol.o Hie doudlook over
the appointment ut the mcollug Titos
day niglil. Sooiel hlillols woto l,iikoiii
llileo being for McCiiho uud lliice
iiuiiiusl. Alter 'Mayfir Knietiok ('list
the tleeidiug vote Hie coiiucll alliim
cd the uppoiulmoiil,
Altotnoy O, C. Ibu'es, itiioiiitod bv
tint lute Mayor Mi foil, mid uilnrwinii
ousted us a result of a tuctloiial tiulu.
wits a eitudidalo but catlv cliiuiuiiteil,
Atloini'v I". .1. Now mint suffered the
sumo fate. Altoinev (I. .M, Itobeils
was Mil'iibc's cIohosI ctuitoiidef. A
petition iwkiitt; for the il'lnilioii id'
MoCitlic was tend,
IIIIN Introduced In the IcglHlaluro
about half Ibo nuutbor of two years
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SPECIAL TO WOMEN;
The most econontlcn.1, cleansing and
gcrmlcldid of all antluoptcd Is
A soluble Antiseptic Powder to
be dkaolved in water a needed.
An a medicinal nntlnoptla for douchos
In treating cutarrh, luttumiuutlon or
ulcerntloit ol iioho, throat, nnd that
canned by fomluluo IllnlthnnnocipiaL
For teu yearn tho Lydla IX Pluldiitut
Medicine Co. low recommended Paxtlno
in their prlvuto corrcapondeuco with
women, which proven Kit tiHrlorlty.
Women who havo lven cured tay
It Is "worth Ita welgbl uT gold.'.' ,' t
druKKlHtii. COa largo box, or by mars
Tho Puxton Toilet Co., llontou, Miuk
HALL TAXI CO.
CITY RATES
LnrRO Ilrown Taxi or llttpntobllofl.
Direct trips nny placo on pavement,
25c each for ono or two passengers,
1 15c for each additional pnstenr,ur.
Sovon Papsoneor Cars
Ono passen&ur &0 ceutn
No charKo tor sotoua passeuKer.
15c for eacli additional passunKor.
Bpeclal rates for shopping or when
fitnudlttK tlmo Is required,
Finely equipped cars. Kxperlunced
chauffeurs.
HAiX TAXI CO.
For Exchange
Forty Acres Foothill
Farm
with small house, barn nnd
chicken Iioiikos, U acres In
alfalfa, rarolui; achoot
fund iiiortKiiKQ for JSOO. 0
per cent lutureat, will bo
oxchance, aubject to Han,
for comfortable homo In
Medford. to be clear of In
cumbrance. TIiIh -10 acrcn In adopted
to Iiokh, poultry and hi null
dairy. Fair liutratiKo ami
ubuntlnuco of firewood tim
ber. ROGUE RIVER LAND 10.
Itoom 107, M, I". & II. III. Ik.
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