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MEpFORDMTD TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OR KAON, FRIDAY, DECFMBKR 3. 1915
Tlio inarliKliu work of n liotm
olicck ujurntur subjected lntn lo cup
ttirc nt Asltliind this afternoon, after
lie, lmd prised two fictitious checks
Jiere nnd fled liurriedly south. Chief
of Police llittson 'iitliered the evi
dence this nioniine nnd notified the
authorities up nnd down the lute to
look out for him.
The prisoner enve his nnme in this
city Inst n if,' lit ns K. II. Kiililmiui,
liinnncr of tho Cover-Top Co. of
Tortliind. This was the ninnner in
which lie registered tit the Hotel Ifol
laud and the JCnMi last night in this
At the Holland hu offered n check
for .flO.DO in payment for his room,
hut Nifiht Clerk Wits refused t;i cnsli
it. For n moment Kuhlman appealed
to he Mudying the proposition as to
what he would do, but finally folded
the check and walked out. He did
not return to occupy his room. I In
repented tho snmo process at the
Nash, with similnr result".
PuMsoil Tmi Clinks Hero
Kulilmiui succeeded, however, in
jmsMintr two checks here on business
men and escaped' south, with tho re
sult that ho wim npprehonded at Ash
laud on Chief Kittson's dchciiitiou of
the man. Jin woro a pray tqiit with
(ihtk overcon.i nnu is saniiv compie.x
iiined. At Ashland cards and papers
were found on his js'i-hon by which
he was identified as the iniiii wanted
in this city and ppsxiblv elsewhere.
The cheek orfer'ell nt tho Holland
was sinned by llnrrv Pierce on type
writer and by P. K. Smith in pen. It
wns indorsed by 1C. II. Iviiiiliuan. The
nnme written in the body of the
cheek, the hnintnie of the maker of
tho cheek nnd that of the indorsor of
tho cheek woro nil plainly written by
tho same hand, ncctmling to tho judfj
jnent of those who examined them.
Chief llittson left at 2 o'clock this
Afternoon for Ashland to hrinjj tho
police SerKcnnl Pat Mtyo notified
tho hotels last iiijtlit to look out for
lious checks, word having reached
this city that nu operator was "on
WOMAN HELD IN
KANSAS CITY, Dee, It. Mrs.
l.enh Wilson, confidential secretary
to tho late Theodore C. Peitr.er, whoso
death revealed irrcKiiluritios in his
business nffnirs involving over MOll,
000, was indicted by tho county
ttruinl jury today. She is charged
with making fraudulent acknowledg
ments to paper issued by PolUer's
real estate company.
Pellxer lost his liTu from a fall
fiom n window in Iijn office.
SERVICE 10 BE
The nniiunl memorial sen ices of
the Mcdford lodge of Klkn will be
held at Klks Temple next Sunday
afternoon at 2:110 o'clock. The mo
laorial committee has arranged nu
excellent program of music and ad
dresses for tho occasion. It. I Vin-
ing of Ashland lodge will deliver the
memorinl address. Klks who hnvo
died during tho year lire: William M.
Gill, February i-l, lOlfi; (leorge F.
Mcrrininn, November rf, 1H1". The
program folloys :
Piocessional, Hazelrigv's orches
tra. Opening ritualistic services, Kxall
ed Huler W. If. MeUowun and offio
era. Opening ode, air "Auld Lang
Imocation, cha))lain of the lodge.
Solo, "Abide With Me," .Miss Flor
Thnnntopsis, Mrs. (loo. T. Wilson.
Files' quartet, "The Vacant Chair,"
I.nwrcnce, Colvig, Vawter, Gregory.
Memorinl addresn, It. L. Viuing,
Solo, "I Hear You Callong Me,"
Mis Hess liryan.
Closing ceremony, .Mcdford lodge.
Hymn, "Nearer, My God, to Thee,"
Jlcnedietion, Hey. Win. M. Hamil
ton, ltccessional, Ha.elrigg'ii orchestra.
'A nilnW I can trlil waR to Hio effect that Cap
tain Hoy-Kd had furnished tho money
whereby a conspiracy was conduct
ed by nKcnts of tho Hamburg-American
lino to obtain clearance for
twelve fillips to provision German
warshliiB. No other German official
In the ('lilted States was brought In.
During the first day of the trial
In New Yorlt the defense withdrew
an admission previously made, per
taining to tho aliened connection of
WASHINGTON, Dec 3.- -Captain Captain Iloy-Kd with the nets chnrg-Hoy-Kd
would not necessarily need ed by tho government. This part of
to leave tbo country although It Is tlio admission stated that Captain
expected he probably would. Tho Hoy-Kd hnd been consulted regarding
vu-.w., lu H1111.-11 nu iiiiKiii Ko un-,inc senuing or steamships with sup
dor existing circumstances are limit- piles to German sea raiders, and that
ml practically to Mexico, Cuba, South ' tho work had ben carried on largely
America or the Until West Indies, under his direction. One of tho cor.
and ho might have difficulty In get- ornment's attorneys charged that
ting that far, since It Is doubted that Captain Hoy-Kd directed the charter
ed allied governments would agree lug nnd loading of some of the res
to a safe conduct. The German naval hoIs and that $250,000 for tbo relief
altaohH would b0 the second foreign of Gorman warships was spent In Now
dlplomotlc officer to find lilms'olt In York.
difficulties becauso of his conduct It was also stated by tho attorney
In tho United States slnco tho war that Captain Boy-F.d had ridden
began. Tho first was Dr. Constnn-; "rough shod over the laws of tho
tin Dumba, tho nmbassndor from Aus- United States, treating them as If
trla whoso recall President Wilson they were scraps of naner."
asset! Decauso or his connection with
plnns to crlpplo American munition
Testimony nt tho IIomburg-Amcrl-
Spcclal prices on engraved cardc.
now and from old plates, tor n few
days at tho Mcdford Printing Co.
NEW YOltIC, Dec. 3. The federal
district court's final disposition of
the case of Dr. Karl Huenz and his
three associates In tho Hamburg, Am
erican lino, convicted last night of
conspiracy to deceive and defraud
the United States, hung fire today.
' Judge Howo bad set this forenoon
nF the tlino for hearing tho usual for
mal motions of the defense, but when
court convened, tho defendant's law
yers announced they woro not yet
ready and a further postponement
until tomorrow morning wns grant
cod. At that time motions to set nstdo
the verdict and to arrest Judgment,
pending appeal, will be mndo. Mean
time, the ball of tho defendants,
fTiOOO cash will be continued.
The late hour last night when tho
verdict wns reached was assigned as
tho reason for today's delay.
Is very important and has a gi'ent bearing on your
(lav's work. If it's all right? so arc you. If not
well, you know what. We have the bust of every
thing for the breakfast as well as every other meal.
Are in order for break
fast these days. They
are so easily made, too,
with our perfectly pre
pared flour. Maple
syrup or corn syrup to
0 with them, of course.
How about some tomor
MARSH & BENNETT
Second door east I'irst National Bank. Phone 252.
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C0NSTANTJN0PLK, Dec. 3. -Klghting
between tho forces of Grand
Dlihn Nicholas and tholr Turkish op
ponents on tho Caucasian front is
proceeding under the most adverse
weather conditions. An official state
ment Issuod today says:
"Activity on tho Causlau front Is
hamporod by snow, which Is ten feet
deep, nnd nlso by cyclones."
18 POUNDS OF BLOOD
is tho avctagc quantity in a healthy
lulult, but it is the quality of the blood
that determines our strength to resist
sickness. Willi weak blood we find
cold hands nnd chilly feet; in children
on aversion to .study, and in adults
In changing seasons get abundant
frcj.li air and take a spoonful of Scott's
Kinulsion after incaN, because Scott's
Kinulsion is a rich blood-food that will
increase both quantity and quality of
the blood while it warms the body and
helps cany off the impurities.
When multitudes of jjcople arc to
day taking Scott's KinuUion to avert
winter sickness, and are giving it to
(licit children, it is careless to neglect
its.lHMicfits. IkL' out for biibitltutcN
bcott ft. llowne, IltoumlltM, N J 13-20
A RESPLENDENT CHRISTMAS STORE
A Veritable Treasure House of Gifts for Everybody
Fine Collars and Collar and
Cuff Sets, made of organdie,
nicely trimmed, on
sale Saturday, each.
Just received a shipment of
Imported Swiss Neckwear, all
new styles, values up to $l.o0,
on sale Saturday,
Silks Make Sensible Gifts
Three Big Specials for Saturday Selling
T' " " T
i-xL i'trSi H A .0
fjj (f 1: 1 ) 1
101 inch Sun
in the light
The Best Line of Handkerchiefs in Town
Women's -Children's Women's Men's Women's Women's
Ohnu d "dko1- Fancy End). Tnitinl Uimd- All-Linen All-Linen
liaudker- chiefs, 3 in a JIandker- kerchiefs, f" initial
,iiiru v..m- i- i i ! o- chiefs, Jlandker-
cluels, ery fancv box, duels, 2oc very i .
new, special, .. . . very chiefs,
Saturday, vcr-v sl)C,MaI' vuIuo' vorr 8l)C(',n, special, special,
each, a box, special, each, ."a eh, each, each,
25c 15c 18c I 10c 5c 15c
Buy Your Xmas Ribbons Now
Wide Moire All
Sill; Ribbon, in
all colors, worth
up to 20c a yard,
widths, up to oOc
in dark and light
shades, up to $1
values, now, yard
Complete line of Hand Hags at $1.00,
$1.75, $2.50, $3.98, $4.98 and
Manicure Sets in leather cases nt $1.25,
$1.50, $2.00, $2.98, $3.98 and $5.98
.Military brushes at $1.00 and $2.00 pair.
Music ijolls at special prices.
Toilet Sets in leather cases from $1.50 up
Every Winter Suit One-Half Price
If H'n in lUxltlj- Hn
It'ft All UUlit
Last year's Suits,
up to $10 values,
10 Suits, all this
year's styles, up to
now J) 1 J
10 beautiful New'
Suits, up to $130.00
values, ti -g r
how Jj)X O
10 Brand Now
Suits, up to $10.00
Make a practical
Xmas gift; we have r
them for men, women
and children from
$1.00 up to $G.OO
a Prf fro
& mj MI IB M II M
Let the eyes of the recipient light with ad
mirationfor you, and your gilt.
The name on the box that bears your jew
elry gift fells whether you have chosen care
fully and wisely.
Quality jewelry is the ideal giff as a token
of remembrance. It carries abiding charm
and is a lifelong treasure in the home.
The most critical and shrewdest diamond
export would appreciate a ring, brooch or
pendant eoming in a l?KI)!)Y MOX in
fact, everyone appreciates most jewelrv
that is delivered in n box that bears this
firm's trade-mark of excellciiee.
For quality and asHortnient see
MARTIN J. REDDY
The Jeweler, 'Jpj Kilti suii
Yiyitui-H Alwavs Welcome
V r l
Kayser's Hosiery for Xmas Gifts
Fiber Silk Hose,
in all colors, very
Silk Hoot Hose,
in black and
Hose, all color,
Silk Hose, all eol
cial, pr I .
derfoot Hose, spe
Silk Hose, 'r
This Is the Glove Store
New Kid (Moves, black
with white stitching and
white with (jj "j fj C
black, pair.. tJJ) JL La D
The "Derby" (Hove, all
colors, the best wearing
glove made, (1J 7 JT
special, pairtP 1, J
JO-buf ton White Kid
Cloves, our regular $t
Gloves, in V
than kid, spe- f 1 A)
7 for 25c
rvr jrj m i i i
tn yf " :
ci " .r m'
trcv 7 or Tw
V V?L A 'ViZ
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CREPE DE CHINE UNDERWEAR
In Oowns, Covsn ('ovei-s and Chemise, at
all eoloi's, wear better
I'lvc dozen fine AYhite Aprons,
worth 7oc, special, each
Cotton, all sizes
Big Reductions on All Winter Coat!
ALL $10.00 COATS
ALL $15.00 COATS
ALL $20.00 COATS
ALL $25.00 COATS
vj cuF, co
MANN'S 15 THE PLACE
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