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MJSDJ'OltJJ A1A1L TKJBUNJfl. MTCDFOKD. OREGON. KRTDAY, REPTKMB13R .1, 1915
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Kcjct Monday li Labor Day, but
there will bs no special obaorvnnco of
the day. The banks and public of
flees and postofflce will close. Tho
barbers will obiorvo tho day by clos
ing their shops all day.
HollPd bam and bacon at Do Voo'e,
Mrs. E. F. Outherle has returned
from a month's visit with friends and
relatives in Portland.
8o Ohti. Wood about that fire In
Anranc policy. OfIce Mall Trlbuno
attorney If. K. Jlanna and wife of
Jacksonville spent Thursday after
noon In Medford.
For flour or feed phono Medford
Holier Mills. Phone G07.
Tho condition of Chris llrlch, pio
neer roildcnt of Jacksonville who was
slightly injured In a cave-In of o well
Wednesday ovoiiIhk, 1 improving
Weston Camera Shop for firm class
Kodak finishing and Kodak supplies.
II. T. T. Williamson or Grants Pass
attended tp buslnoes matters In this
city Thursday. ,
(fat t at Pe Voo's.
Iko Frjillgnr returned Thursday
from a month's stay In McCloud, Oil.,
wherp ho completed a largo plastering
' When you nrcd any blotters call
at tho I?. II. McCurdy Agency, or tolo
phono Ono-two-tjirco, and -wo will
sond you spmo. tf
Tho authorities liavo received not
a traco of Joliu Austin Hooper, des
perado since ho escaped from tho
(Jrants Pass jail Unco weeks ago. N'o
'Credence Is placed in tho reports that
ho was ficcn near Klamath Falls, and
hear fjrescont City, it Is presumed
(hat Hooper nindo his way out of tho
country by train, and received assist
ance In so doing and that ho Is many
jnlles away from Bouthorn Oregon by
Loganberry sherbet. Tho Hhasta.
A meeting of tho directors or tho
Commercial club will bo hold this af
ternoon to elect n successor to Secre
tary F. W. Streets, who resigned to
look nfter his property Interests In
Tako your watch to Johnson, thp
JoTvoler. you will rncelvo unubiially
Mr. nnd .Mrs. Portor J. "N'off hnvn
returned from an oxfondod vacation
'In California, whoro thoy visited both
I tako prldo In making your watch
keop perfect tlmo, I hnvo evory fa
cility for doing fine watch ropairing.
Johnson tho Jownler.
E. P. McCormlck, vice prcsldont of
the Bouthorn Pacific, who has spent
two days In tho nlloy loft for Ran
Francisco Friday after a trip over tho
Siskiyou highway, (lunural PasKonger
Awont John M. Scott and tlonoral
Freight Agent lilushnw, who accom
panied him hero, returned to Port
land. Mr. McCormlck was entertain
ed by tho University club Thursday
Do Voo delivers tho Orogonlan to
you evory day for 7C conts por month.
William llyan of Watklus upont
Tlmrsday In Medford attending to
lnislno-u mattora and the clronti.
When better Innurnncu Is sold
Holmes' The Iniuranco Mini will sell
Threo formor Medford high noliool
teachers occupy positions In the
Klamath Falls hoIiooM this onr Thoy
itro C. It. Howimm, former principal,
nnd tho Misses l.iiollu Mnrlinll and
Quick service for your Kodak fin
ishing. Hoo WoMoii'h Camera Shop.
Karl Wells of Ashland mnl Thurs
day In Medford nttonilliig to liuino
Johnson, at tho Hook Store, an
expert watch ropalror.
Itoguo Itlvor Is planning (lirough its
Commercial club on holding a venison
lmrbuciio October S Thuy plan to
maKo It on annual affair. An effort
U being mndu lo ai-uro prlul ruttw
on ))o railroad.
Asljlapd llthla, Cnloatln or Kltkl
ynu. lOo per bottle at Do VoVs.
TJl Moil find ImiswUhII (am will
l(jav'i Saturday iiftBrnnon fur n ho
Khiiio uerlos Kith KIhwiiIIi Kttlls Sun
day mill Monday. Tim two twtiu will
Plliy In (his ill) n nut WHok during
till) rounly fair. If tho .Medford
toftiu wins the two guniM, thoy will
play for tk chnwplonslitp of North
ern California and Southern Oregon
CIhssm at HL Mary's Academy,
M ml ford, Orwgen, will rooMu MpntjH
be 7th. llolU hoarder aiitl day
))tj)s are rilvl Full high sebotil
qojifltff Judlrliliial attention Ip wl-iiiat-y
and grammar grade. ItsMp
tlonal advantage In art, wimle, oMuu
panlng anil modern laDKUnggit. I(x
oellsnt oaiHHiarciaJ course. Prjr par
Honiara. aildraa putar 8uprlr.
fltxtrge l.nniio if Cold 1 1 111 apatii
Thurattsv in Mmloid Miirutiiug to
Kttail Hit- Cortland Oregonian
WillUm Hues of KM Table Roek
. dlgirlit hjiut ThMrwIqy In Mad fun)
altendlug - circus And vlattlng
Miss Allco Wcrtz of Foot Creek
spent Thursday In this city visiting.
B J. Poole, the Sacred Heart gar
dener, held in tho county Jail on a
charge of fiendishly assaulting W, U.
S. Putcr, son of rH. A. D. Putcrf' one
of the leading figures in jho Oregon
npd fraud cases, will probably not
face trial, but will bo held in tho
county Jail awaiting any action the
grand Jury may tako at its October
cession. Puter is now In Oakland,
Cat., and has refused to anpear as 1
.witness against Poolo. This blocks
Cold watermelon at De Voo's.
Carl Xewbury of Klamath Falls
spent Thursday In Medford visiting
f'leuds and relatives.
Itcmcmbcr you can get most any
old thing at Do Voo's, most any old
Tho irking and packing of Cornice
and ilorc pears Is now under way, ,.,, V. i w.u..r i. .,-
throughout the valley. The Dartletts prj,0..
an dllowells havo all been picked. Trcspans Notices for sale at Mail
J. O. Qcrklng, tho best all around Tribune
photographer in southern Oregon. Thc (,rcntcr Go,d HJ', c)u), vm
Always reliable. Negatives made any- ,,,,, .,, n,nM. i .i,oi, n.
Col. It. C. Washburn of Table Hock f
pent Thursday afternoon Jn Medford
on business. I
Trespass notices for sale ot Mall
Miss Flo Thompson of Jacksonville ,
spent Thursday afternoon and eyen-j
Ing In Medford. J
mm i;ooinson nas rciurncu iroin i
a trip to Butte Faljs where bail charge
of forest fire fighting operations.
No Hunting signs for sale at Mall
Thj Al 0. Hames wild nnljual show
oxhlbltM in this city Thursday with
out an untoward incident. A large
crowd attended 6oth jierfbrmanccs.
Tho .lul.-ual nets were unusually good.
A feature 'of the shov IS tbo band,
whjch Is probably the tost circus
band In the land. They gave a con
ceit on Main stroot Thursday cvonng.
Hrltfah Vice Consul McNeil of Pol
Imo, Mexico, who has spent the past
BRUSH FIRES IN
GOLD HILL DISTRICT
GUN E P
ED BROWN'S HAND
Ilrush f Iros arc burning briskly In i
the Gold Hit district, and a force ef:
men arc held In readiness In case the '
j flame mennrd tha" standing timber.
whero, tlmo or place. Studio 228
Main St. Phono 3 20-J.
Oeorgo Gregory of Merrill, Oregon,
is spending a few days In the city nnd
valley nttendlng to business matters.
Groceries, candles, bakery goods,
fruits, school supplies at Do Voo's.
Kdlson Marshall and Milton Schti
hard who started on a trip to Klam
ath Palls by buggy returned after
getting us far an Kaglo Point.
Huy wood now beforo prices go
up. Valley Fuel Co., Phono 7G. 1(M
Mon lay, September 13, has been
set by tho stnto railroad commission
ai tho i'atfl tor tho hearing ot tho
electric rato reductions sought by
Medford, Grants Pass and othor cities
throughout tho stnto.
Savo money on your grocery bill by
patroi Izlng big special salo on grocer
ies nt Crane Grocery company's, Con
trol Point this Friday and Saturday.
HKgs, good butler and potatoes samo
as cash. 29
Jack F Merrill or Gold Hill haH
returned from Oearhart, whoro he
109k i.irt In thc annual (Jenrbart golf
11000 open air pavilion Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Scth Dullls of Ster
ling mine spent Thursday in Medford.
Frank Johnson of Kaglo Point
spent tha day In tho city attending to
No Hunting signs for salo at Mall
TOTAL DEAD 812 ON
CHICAGO, 8ept 3. Fjnal tabula
tions complied and mado public to
day by tho coroner's offico show that
812 porsons lost their lives when tho
steamer ICastland with 2C00 on board
capsized Jn thn Chicago river, July 24.
According to tho figures, of this num
ber 451 wcro womcr, ana 3C1 men.
Of the total 22C wero married. Ninety
eight of tho victims wcro under 1G
years old. Tho Kastland was docked
nnd pile! under gunrd threo wcoks
nfter the disaster and tho result ot
Investigations still in progress is
awaited boforo final plans for its dis
position nro mado
Hv the I'xplciHimi of the barrel of
a Ifemingtou rifle he uuh letiiic, Mil
fl. Broun l ft i . nxirnini. mffcreil hic-
i-rntion of In- h-lt lnnil tliut mflv
,..,:. .... it. , f.
n,l I.'nf. ,1, M.o flf.n,n. I.nn n,1. UHI MIlllHIin l IIIU IUI l-llliwm .
vanced Into the timber, but aro doing il,(' Aanvltmt ticoiirrpl at ic tarct
no damage, instead burning ofr the :gron,lj.))c.ir the fair:nmrtd. ltth
heavy undergrowth. Thc fires In the ""J1 ,K; , '" . Wi:nl tllD tfrOtinilB
Dutto Falls district are all under con-1 ""I1 )h? FV'1' ft,cl' "T"' CO'.UT
trol, ana djlng out fast. Watchers I P!n,f'1 "JU'"'? lr l wim-. ftmn
aro on th mil. rnarrlln nt-nln.t n . l-liarcel tilt WCIipoil throe tillfc
further outbreak, as a recurronrC of Bfw" '" Vae tlip'lfljo to Mil
thDflamMptthelaattenda)HWouldl,holllor ,f,,r n ,r,n) "'""'f l"l "
. . . I t.tll atll li.i n Hiu lilt Mil jwiika-iit.l
meanco moro of tho best timber In "''"'. w" . " K"ri",
Jacksou county. The height of tho
danger tor this year lias been passed
according to forestry service officials.
SAN FHANCI8CO, Sept. 3. Thc
nrltlsh ah l.n William T. Lewis, owned
by Hind, Holph and company of San
Francisco, was sunk today off Queens-
town by n submarine, nc'cordlng-to n
mcBsngo repeiyed hero by tho marlno
department of thc chamber ot com
merce. Sho sailed from Everett, Wn.,
March 20, for Shcrncss, England, with
a cargo or lumber.
James Rolph, Jr., mayor of San
Francisco, Is a mombor or Hind,
Holph and company.
with the pulling ut tlic trier. Tlift
gun was of liih powor anil thc latest
The injured innn wns nit-lied to tlio
Sanred Heart hobjiital and medical
ni,iitniu,i piven. The gun will be
"cut biuk lo the factory for examination.
GADZOW CUTS LEG
The New Uniform
XKW I)i:.T.L OFl'lCH
opi:m:i j.v Mi:tFOHi)
Dr. M. A. Jones has opened n den
tal otfico In tho rooms formerly oc
cupied by Dr. Di.'an over Daniels'
Htoro. Tho doctor says ho has been
practicing 22 years, 18 years of that
tlmo In Portland. Notice tho an
nouncement olscwhero in this paper.
Wold wns rci'i-iM-il Hiik afternoon
by tin? furostry servi,,c Unit John
('mlr.ow, proprietor of n merelmnilHt'
store nt lluttc Fll, nibtim,' Forest
S'lipervisor Jlnrtin LKriekHon 111 for
est fighting opomtionH in that see
lion, was bci;ig ntslieil to F.ngli'
Point, in n ni ocarinas i;onlitiou. due
t,i inua ,if litnn.1 nniicn.1 li nn ti I
Wiiuiid. Tho blade qlnnced from n
knot of n trcu Cadzotr wuh chopping
nnd pierced the cnlf of tlio loft lo:,
to the bone, sovcrine; nn nrtcry. rnl
zow wns packed two miles on :i limb
litter, nfter first aid remedies luid
been nilministercd. An ntito with n
doctor if rushing from Englo Point
to meet tho mnchine bringing tho in
jured mnn to Easlc J'oint.
Fj0iwW Look for the I
(MMn sunburst of o!d' I
Rr on the field of I
rfP blue, with the 1
I Tpslp sign of the Swastika in
k ps ftiQ center.
wjk At your dealer's throughout
VyVBk the Northwest.
VvvUai S Alwsjrs (rtlh tct3e they're msile
VStVl tlghl brc at home. D
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Authentic Fall Styles in
Suits, Coats, Millinery
With the advent of Fall we have ready
for your approval the pick of the market
in y omens' and misses' ready tailored
wearing apparel, the Style Craft" garments
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT
Fall Term Begins Monday, Sept. 6th
OFFICE NOW OPEN FOIl ENROLLMENT OF STUDENTS
AND EVENING SESSIONS.
ALL COMMERCIAL, SHORTHAND, CIVIL SERVICE, AND
SITIJJKCTS TIIOROIOHLV TAUGHT AT -THE SCHOOL OF
Medford Commercial College
College Iliilltllng.ai Noilh (ii-npo Street
The now fall stylos iwq very handsome. Simplicity
is the keynote very miieli on tailored lines. Many
jackets are belted, some ot the dressier models havo
the I'ur triminintf. SkirUs are somewhat tidier, not
too extreme. Many of the sport models have ptMi
pockets in novel designs. A touch of plaitink' in ninny
of the skirts, (Moths, there are many beautiful mix
lures shown. The favored plain materials are Mop
lins, (ialuirdiiii'tf and Heroes. Colors aro subterraip.
can green, African brown and blues.
STYLECRAFT TAILORED SUITS
$25,00 tp $17.50
OTHER TAILORED SUITS
$15.00 to $37.50
NEW FALL COATS
The new Fall Coat are made up in a wide rane of
handsome ipaterials. Pile fabrics are vory muuli ij
votfiie, plushc. corduroys, novelty velvets. Themis
also a very handsome .showing of mixtures. The
cheviots, pbble cheviots, ha adores are made up in
ervcli ruling models. Main of those gurnnuijii have
a I'ur trimming, oihors have the chin ohiu collar,
which i very popular. All have some sort of n
$15.00 to $45.00
$7.50 to $10.00
. " . S jr
NEW APPLE CIDER
Pure and sweet. All bad part ami worms .til out. Hand
soiled and washed.
IKSbmi iiuijumil TriirniTii nrm mT '"
Ml : 1M
Conforming to the most recent ideas
of Fashion's directors are shown here
in abundance, and still all the better
ljats are shown in exclusive models.
You know Ahrens' prices are always
A pleasure to show you thc
FOR MORE THAN a QUARTER of a CENTURY
this l)ii nk lia maintained natWiactor) bulnog relations
with the community at largo. Perhaps It In yqur fnfh
cr or Krnudfnther liuuk. You can wfd niako it
jourx Open h a lugs arco unt with this strong sUUo
h.uili and make onr money earn more mono).
OVER ggVEAnSUNDERONE MANAGEMENT
Tiiiw urn -'
East Through California
You cuii travel to any city In tho Kngt or
South thiougu California ut little additional ox
liuiiw. You can ilit tu
Panama-Pacific ISxpiisition Sun Kraneisuo
Pan-California Kxpositiou.Stin Diego'
You are allow ml to day tfppovor
.Inekswin Count Knir
y.-jU. StU, 10, 11. .Mnk.:
thiK your heudtimrteri.
Mf.liBDti' Lunch, it o. The OhiBts.l
WmQiQQ, JO diya t(Hiovr atlpn AngBloa aiid
ip days Hlojpovar ut Rl Paao witfaout olMirso.
You win fcQQ BraBa Hioantal, fgrtila -al-
Itt'ft, tbrivjtjg eitlM aiul airnnio 9$$.
'I Trains a Day
Ut each Oirotlwi prorl4 oqwUrUbla atu-
UMuUxtoM ajid wMuwt wjtfc thtmtgk Ula at
SM PraiMiaoe far JfiasUra an4 mtkn MtfiU.
M war Mmt uMt mUIm rar iffa
Ow foliiwt 'Way! Kua" i "CaUtoraU
HipoalUoaa" will' be of iatsrwt TTiey ar um.
John si. s(tt, iUnxttul VMnm9r Af,mM Vwhtnat 0rtu