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"THE TIGRESS" AT PAGE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
PROVIDENCE, It. I., Sont. 3.
Amid the preparations for tho funeral
of her husband, of whose death sho
Is accused, Jlrs. Elizabeth Tiffany '
Ulalr Mohr today lost her composure j
for the first time since suspicion fell i
ii))on her. She had attempted a for
mal Interview but it was soon Inter
rupted with sobs and ended in an out
burst of weeping.
Sho today reiterated her declara
tions of inuocenro and Insisted that
the story of tho threo negroes that
pIio had hired them to dispose of her
JiUBband was concocted after their
plot to rob Dr. Mohr had resulted in
It was learned that sho had told
the police that hor life with Mr. Mohr
had beon most unhappy, that ho
taunted hor and made her witness his
attentions to other women. It was
"In one of my JealoiiB moodR" that
Hho wrote tho letter threatening Miss
Kmlly Q, Hurler, she said.
According to tho offlcors sho nlso
admitted .that she had talked with tho
doctor's chauffeur, OeorRo W. Hcalls,
and C. Victor Drown, who had nought
from them "to find out what the roe
tor was doing."
Ilrown and Ilenlls, with Henry
Hpellman, woro alleged accomplices
of Mrs, Mohr, who was Involved by
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"The Tires, n itnrnpli-Ilronil-wny
Star t'cnlurc in three jmits nt tho
I'nge Friday and Snltinlnj, is ,
thrilling ilminn with strong east
produced with the usual skill of the
Vitagraph ol'fering. The story w the
confession of a woman known in the
underworld ns "The Tigres-," which
reveals tho hiding place of tieli plan
der and explains the mysterious dm-
ON BALD MOUNTAIN
WASHINGTON', Sept. .1. The war
department today received the fol
lowing report vent last night by Colo
nel Hullurd, commanding in the
Hrownsvillo district, of tho fighting
uith Mexican hnndits .vctonla.v after
u bridge ein-t of San Henito hnd been
"Detnchments third envnlry,
twelfth euuilry niul twenty-sixth in
fantry drove into hnilu e.icnn.bnn
dilu who liurnedjiridge last night nt
a point about fovcii milos east of Sail
Hcnilo niwl ai-e making all arrange-
incuts to tnko up pursuit tomorrow
nioriiinjr. Lieutenant Faulkner, twen
t -sixth infantry, with half company
(', had ruuiiiug fight with enemy Ihi
ulternoon, killing one, wounding one
mid recapturing one American prix
oner. The eniialtic among soldier
When skirmish, bandits immediately
killcd two pi-Uoiicr-, Donaldson mid
In transmitting the, leporl, Major
(leueral Fuiistoit said he liad private
advices from Hrownsvillo that the
raiders had spared tlie one American
planner recaptureil beenuse he was
said to be a German citizen.
appearenee of n wealthy man's son.
Julia Swayne Gordon, Leo Delaney
and others present a splendid east. A
two-part Ksfuuiuy drama, "The Cave
on Thunder (.'loud" is one or the fa
mous Tish stories by nry Unbelts
liiuelfiit. A Vitagraph eomedy with
Wnll Van, Nitra l-'rur.er and com
piuiy of comedy favorites completes
a good program nt tlie Page.
GERMANY FAILS "
10 REPLY TO SPAIN
I'RO IDKNCK. 11. I.. Sept. .1.- Al
though accused of having incited the
uiiiiiler of her husband, Dr, C. Frank
lin Mohr, one of the wealthiest ph--iciaiis
in the state, Mis, KlunheHi
Till any HlairMohr, released on bonds
of $10,000, liad full ehai-ge of the lu
nernl today of her husband, trom
whom she had been separated lor ev
Only intimate friends of the family
were asked to attend the services.
A large delail of police was pn
to guaid the Mohr home ami hold in
cheek inquisitive speetutors.
Arthur dishing, Mrs. Mohr's at
torney, said today that ho would be
gin a search for tlie doctor's will as
soon as tho funeral was over. He
could not estimate the alue of Pr.
Mohr's estate, but friends of tho phy
sician who knew the extent of his
practice said that the property would
be worth .',00.000.
J'Altlrf, Sept. ). Premier Dato, of
Spain, stated today that his govern
ment had recolved no roply from Ger
many to Its protest against the sink
ing of tho' Spanish steamship Isldoro
by a suhniarlno ocopt the statement
that (iormany still lacks Information
concerning the Incident.
Tho correspondent or the lluvas
agency at Madrid adds:
"Tho Spanish government nfnkes
formal denial of the statement pub
lished ahioaiMliat It has determined
upon a general mobilization of S00,
000 troops la October."
E UP TO
FOR YEAR IS OVER
WASHINGTON, Sopt. .1. l'rosl
dent Wilson has glvon up all plans for
returning to his summer homo at Cor
nish, N. II., this year. It was said
at tho whlto houso today that ho con.
sldoi-8 his vacation over and will re
main In Washington to bo lu personal
touch wlt'i the European and Mex
ican al' :ittn:m and prepnro for tho
next sisblon of congress.
DENVER, Sept. 3, Tho state, nu
prenio court will be asked to take
original Jurisdiction In actions nock
ing to enjoin the city and county of
Denver from granting saloon licenses
extending beyond January 1, 191C, Itl
was unnounced today by Fred Farrar,
i attorney general. Colorado' state
! wide "dry" constitutional nmendmont
becomes effcctlvo on that date.
City and county officials of Donvor
will Join In tho request.
Tho attorney general will baso his
(request on tho ground that every
phase of tho prohibition situation
presents constitutional quostlons and
chaos and dlsorler will prevail un
less there Is a speedy decision by tho
h ipreme court.
CAUSES HIS SUICIDE
PMtlS. Sept 1 -The idea that a
soldlei of France should desert the murderers wer put to ilf.nl, in tin-
ami) at the time of hU counto I floctilc rhitlr nt Sins Slnu prihon to
greatest nutwl, so weighed upon the day IfwUle of fi5 minute The men
mind of Lieutenant 1'unoet that he1 In the order of their execution were
The Grizzlies will hold llu-ir aii.uinl
meeting and election of olficcis Sat
urday night, Senirmbcr Jl. mi tl
slojies of Ilald mountiiin, after the
fashion of the Bohemian club of San
Francisco, which gives complete-plays
among (he big tiees of Califnrnia,
with the "natural scenery of the red
Woods for a background.
The club met at the library last
night for the purpose nf perfecting
plans for the asion. The mooting
will commence with a 0 o'clock sup
per at the camp ground among the
pines, followed by games until dark.
A vaudeville performance will thru be
staged among (ho trees, with the
members ns chief actors. At II
o'clock (ho election of officers will
take place, after which the vaudeille
will bo resumed and concluded nnd
all will retire for u few lpuirs' sleep.
A special 'bus will leave Medford at
8 p. in. in order (hat the Grizzlies
who olprk ju thotjiro,iiiayvtnk-part
in (he election.
Sunday breakfast will initiate
many into tho mystery of cookery,
mid especially so concerning the flap
jack. I lie morning will he fiee for
a elipib to the top of the mountain.
after whioh it in plnuned to have a
venison barhuuiio for the noonday
Thi year's officers will have
charge of the program. The club
will furnish coffee, mtgnr, milk,
heans, flapjack hatter, butler, hud
and a tent for the Indie. The mem
bers will furiiir.lt (heir blankets, knife,
fork and frying pan, besides a small
amount of miscellaneous InuHi.
It is six miles via auto to the imuiii
(uiu, then a mile and a half to the
camp. This is the highest tiiltf of He
year with (he Grizzlies and il is pro
poed (o make it n poiinanent affair
at (be same locution. Should il rain,
the election of officers will lake iilnce
at the librarv and the enleitaiiinunt 'ny 13 year old daughter hud female
will be postponed. fWi .1 iil.l,' : "WH '.L'l weaktieB. I spok.
to threo doctors
nboutit and they did
not help her any.
Lydla E. Plnklmnfa
jxnind bad been of
great benefit to me,
so I decided to bavo
her give It a trial.
Shu bus taken five,
bottles of tho Vege
table Compound ac
cording to directions on tho bottle nnd
she Is cured of this troublo. She was
ull run down when she started tuklng
tlie Conqwund and her periods did not
come right. Sho was so ioorly nnd
weak that I often had to help her dress
herself, but now sho is regular and la
growing strong nnd healthy." Mrs.
Maiitin IIKL.VIU, Plover, lowu.
Hundreds of such letters expressing
gratltudo for the good Lydin E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has accom
plished uru constantly being received,
proving the reliability of this grand olJ
If you nre 111 do not drag ulong and
continue to suffer day in and day out but
ut onco tnko Lydia F. Plnkham's Vege
table Compound, u woman's remedy foi
1.' jrou want special adrlce url(e to
l.ydla i:. Hukhaiii 3Iediclue Co. (roan
dcii(lul) Lynn,. Mass. Your letter vtlll
be opened, read and answered It) tv
lioiauu ami held lu utrict cculldcucc.
Tells How Lydia EPinkham's
Vegetable Compound Re
stored Her Daugh
Plover, Iowa. "From a small child
You should never lose sight of tho
great fact that your food should not
only nourish you, It should keep you
"fit" without tho aid of medicine.
We cannot nfford to tamper with
Nature's food supplies. Nnltiro knows
better than wo do what our bodies re
quire for health and strength. Then
why rob tho wholo wlieat of lta most
What e.xciifio Is there for whlto
flour? .lust for tho sako of looks, wo
removo tho best part of tho grain
the gluten. Xatliro intended that
bread should bo inn do from" wihoto
wheat, with nothing removed but tho
There Is n prepared food, rando
from wholo wheal," which Is not only
an excellent substitute for bread, but
also takes tho placo or meat to n great
This rendy-to-servo rood Is called
"FOIICI2" and II'h fine, especially In
hot weather. If yofi wnnt to Btart
right, and keep flghf throughout tho
day, try 'TOUCH" for breakfast.
Kitten with fruit or berries, It beats
bacon yind eggs all hollow. At nil
ROYAL WORCESTER, BON-TON,
NEMO AND GOSSARD CORSETS
A BLACK SILK SALE
EVERYTHING IN BLACK REDUCED, including Messalines, Taffetas, Crepe
do Chino, Charmeuse, Duchess Satin and Poplins in fact every silk that is
worn today. Never before has black been worn so much, perhaps partly in
sympathy with the warring world, has given milady's wearing apparel this
popularity until today no wardrobe is complete without a black dress.
BLACK TAFFETA AT 80c BLACK CHARMEUSE, $1.49
Not a elionn, fliuisv uicco, t'itlici'. but YY also iiiHudo Fussv Villow Tnf-
ii good quality silk tlint is gun rant cod
to give satisfaction, comes in tho chif
fon weight, HO inches wide,
$1.50 BLACK TAFFETA $1,29
A soft finish taffeta in the chiffon
weight, yard wide, used very much at.
the present time for one-piece dresses,
and an excellent shade of black, al
ways sold $1.50 .yard.
CREPE DE CHINE, 98c
A silk, 10 inches wide, that you
would ordinarily pay $1.50 yard for,
especially good where plaits are to bo
used in the making of garments. Spe
cial for this Black Sale.
feta and Crepe Faille, t0 inches wide,
and materials that retail al $1.75 and
$2.00, all are soft finish and medium
BLACK SILK POPLIN, 89c
A,nilk you have never paid less than
$1,125 for. and well worth it, makes tho
best kind of a dress for good, service
able, hard wear, 40 inches wide.
$1.50 Black Satin Duchess $1.29
In the usual wide width and a highly
lustrous finish, a silk wo personally
stand behind with a guarantee on ev
NEW FALL HEADWEAR
every dav. Somo
have just been re
ceived by express
from the big style
centers of the
are turned out
daily from our
velvets in the lot.
STfe o I
HO TRAILS HIGHWAY
KAXKAS CITV, Sept. .1. The na
tional old Iraik lughwav iionv Wnxli
ington to San Fihikim o lum lain
marked 1'nun Jviiumix City we-t to
(he l'neitic coat, it wti leported by
mombors of the Automobile Club of
Southern Calil'omiii, who haxe .pint
the summer on the trail. Thev -aid
that the nnul between I'hilr.delphui
and St, I.niiio wiiuld In- inark-d within
I 'I IMfl
mmmm tmmiw u.u. -
IN 65 MINUTES
OBSININO, X. V Sfit
committed auicUlu ttnlay under tha
hallucination that ho MmmM hu a
lert r. t
The lieutenant ww k rlerk of tha
uiiteme eourt hh Him4 Imqn detailed j Nw York.
to act as a representative of the Ih- j rr
imrt of JuatiM lMfor the gaaeadjST HICMtX'S
court martial of i'aria. H wai ec.lt-
Auloato SImw f Uhar i-oun-!
ty. PMM)uaJe Veulditti of i YorW,'
UuU M. KOAch or I'alatiiip IMrldKf,
TbomM Tart-and Vtiliam I rr of
(l i ton to luvatlaie man cawi of Otownan Hoardina and Day Irhool '
dfs.-rtiou III mind thua (iaed upon i for airla undr ilia cara of Tb 81a-'
Mii uijfit. il Mine to iiauul liliii'ter. of St luliit Tlu.li t Fori) Hey-1
a- r 'C1 ii, .on Mm n 1 1 i lif iip.n,.' enili wur ',!iii Sc I '. for at
. viei,bv4 Ti'i," U t-uot :..in-if J.i' r-"' aJ.if- . '1 lie Sister buiH'rior-1
21 mites south of 5n Frtnclico
... k I '. i r ia our fcM W4
ibAtHrkiii iirtti- iii flit crrtuUr
Ml ft uii u.rfc tali u i liltt.(it 'tit lifjH uA
rrtii aut hi t.iM4i. im ti (
r4kWU t ftftrt lb. MMA(iH
to uitlijlrHMHiUjt'iMi'itri 4tT
UUft., I lualrsl. 4 'fliUlMtfW. WfeM-ll rt
Vu4 i a vf r.i i a ! Mm imni.
NM..ril.Hk'i but ..r t...aji. .ait tMHl
ftll'ft ti.a Mfe m t, , X u ifcjj fc .inn t,AA
" I iMl fl J,
I tt Mu' r '-yK Qmx
Try our 'Apple Ties.
The crust is niadu with pure
lard, filled with juicy green
apples and seasoned just
Raisin (California fancy
seeded) .' 10
Berry (in season) 10
Peach (fresh) 10-
BOYS and GIRLS
Juvenile Auto to he given
away KHKK to some hov m
gill who has the moxt n I5nl-
teniut and Piui-Dandy wrap-pci-s
ji ml ImIicIh by Oetoher
3n. lHl."i. Ask uh n noil t il and
see ji jii inn- sturc, ((j(J IOjihI
.Main sluct. Have yum
fi n-iiiN .iv .ill tin- w nippii-.-
DR. M. A. JONES
WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OP HIS
DENTAL OFFICE IN THE ATKINS BUILDING, COR
NER MAIN AND CENTRAL, FORMERLY OCCU
PIED BY DR. DEANE.
DR. JONES HAS BEEN PRACTICING DENTIS
TRY IN PORTLAND FOR THE PAST 18 YEARS,
HAVING A LARGE ACQUAINTANCE ALL OVER
THE STATE. THE DOCTOR IS WELL KNOWN AS
A CAREFUL AND CONSCIENTIOUS GENTLEMAN
IN HIS DEALINGS WITH THE PUBLIC. A SHARE
OF YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED.
OFFICE HOURS 8 TO G
204 MAIN ST.
I will take pleasure in advising you as to what is best in your particular case.
Modern Painless Methods used in the filling and extraction of teeth. Twenty-two
years' experience in practice of dentistry.
SPECIAL FOR THIRTY DAYS
Best 22k. Gold Crowns, $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00, according to size.
Best Rubber Sets of Teeth $10. Satisfaction I'nllv L'liaranteed in everv case.
suitable for n
youriK girl, ijp
to tho LA It OK
GK.M of 2 IC.
worn by gutu
Hi men wo have
UIVijs r ':VKHVHODV.
MARTIN J. REDDY
312 C Main St
Do you know tho
BRITISH COLUMBIA .
Thoy are all in tho now
You should hnvo ono.
MOTOR CAR CO
Deep Well Drilling
Oil, gas, nnd water wells, 12, 13,
H-lnch to U.0O feet. For prices sco
23S 'North Central
UNION FEED AND
112 South Riverside