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About Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1916)
IMEDFOKD MATL TlUBnNR, MEDFOED, ONIWOV, FRIDAY, JFLY 21. 101G
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(AUomoy A. ('. Hough of fl rants
Vnm spout Tlitirndny iiftarnoon In
MIm AnIUi Dodge of Coronnilo,
Col., left Friday morning for Albany.
8ho Iihb lioou llio Kiieit of .Mm. I-ot-tlo
Sttfinour fur the lait weak.
Bntlis 2Sc Ilotol Holland.
J. C. Uobornock Mid fumlly of
OroenaburK, I'nnn., Iiavo arrlvml In
Mafiford nmt will miiko tliulr liohio on
Oray'B nlnco for Gianni, lo-
I.ynn Mnwat of Anhlnml nmkc n
flylnK trli to .Mod ford Tluimdny ovon.
Do Voo rIvob trading Btnmps with
everything oxcopt procorlofl.
Jlra. Knto Cox and Mr. .T. II. 011
vor, both of 1'ortlnnd, spoilt Thtiradny
, nftornoon In Medford.
A broakfiut you can afford and bo
dollKhtod with. ltiiBsoll'fl Cafe
0. 18. Griffiths of Victoria, II. t,
Is In Mudford for a fow days.
(lot your milk, cream, butter, crrb
nnd buttermilk nt Do Voo'n.
. M. Thomnn upont Tlmradiiy In
(! runts 1'naa uttondhiK to lonal Iiiih-
Tho world's crcatnst rompanlofl.
Holmes, Tho Insurnnto Man.
.1. C. IllKgor of Portland spent
Thursday nlKht In Medford.
Typowrltor paper of all klnda at
Bedford Printing Co.
J. I). MaltUon wiu a .Medford vis
itor from Urania I'naa Thursday
Try a King Spitz cigar and en
courage homo Industry. tt
uMrs. I. II. McNnbb, of Ashland,
spoilt Thursday night In Medford.
Dr. KlrchKOHsnor will bo at Ilotol
Nash ovory AVodnoBday, Iloura for
consultation JO to .1.
It. A. Howloy Iiiih licon rnufluod to
Ills home a fow dayn but bus now ro
covered. dray's place, rold, drinks, fruits.
For rent, 2-rooui furnished houeo.
C. A. DoVoo.
0. O. Inglo Is a luminous visitor
from Kau Francisco,
Jlli; Gc Milkshakes at Do Voo's,
Arthur llrown and I.ostrir Adams
returned Thursday night from a ton
days trip to the Klamath country In
tho IntoroeU of tho Hearst publica
tions. Rco Davn Wood about that flro In
ruranco polloy. Offlco Mall Trlbuno
1'. IC. NidhoU returned to bis homo
In Portland Thursday aftor a husliiotw
visit of a fuw day In Madford.
Mm. A. Truo Iundy, Nu-Ilono cor
sot ropreMiitntlvu. Phono 81$, 17 X.
Arthur Perry and Churloa Carlton
left Thnradny for a tun days outing
In tho llluo ladga district.
Gate soils Ford oars, 200 down
nnd $25 n nioiith.
1'. Hubbard left l'rlday iiioiiiIiik
for a week's stay with h alitor In llar
rlsburK. "Whipping eroam nt DoVoo's.
A yomiK woman giving her name
n h Mlaa Holmia I.ucIihiihii and claim
lux to bo the daughter of a wealthy
Florida merchant flawed the Iter.
William liiower, maypr of lllllslioio,
Cal., J. M. Cliaionmn and Harry Ito
gan, Jlurllugaiuu, Cal., merchant
xoveral days nao. h obtained small
sums from hur vlotlms with a pathat
!r twlu of how alio lost liar purse
while Kimlua from Ua Angolea and
va put off tho train. Two week
hko. imoidlim to Chief lllltaon, this
t.iine miubi, woniau registers at tbe
Hotel Austin uudar tb uaitie of Miss
l.urtlu IlMohaitau. She told the
(.aim- lule as to tho Culifiiinlu vlettuts
ri'dtlhK II with tear In her uyaa to
s. KtKMHbauiu. among other
UIh-u she bacaiMe aware that sit
whs iiider pollvo aurvelllanee ana left
for Ashland, wharo she was also
Matched, Waving akuitly far the
IlutterwNk IN al. UaViWs,
' Three tf mmuumw MrevaH'a re
i ults. Ut We awed i la tlMMtlay's
gani wkh KkMtMMk KaJta, arrtrl
1'rWay imtrrtm- TImt an "CaWIt''
MalHir. Kkiw, Taas Uttfcw, oatfWhUr
M4MI M. W. Uh. t ik NM'lNr. Wn ,
vkm -iU alwt fUjr W MMiftaM. T1e
nasaHsiias af ktaa mmm Vti art) all
twwr attiaawra will M4rtoU7 b-
TonlBht members of the city coun
cil will Informally Inspect tho Unlit
placed In position yosterday to Ilium
Inato tho "Medford, Gateway to
Crater Lake" hIrii on the city hnll.
Tho light, which la placod on a pole
across the street from tho city hall
throws a beam of 100,000 cniidlo pow
er, which shows plainly on Blsklyoii
Paper plains, mincers, napkins,
towols for your nuto lunch. Medford
Tho water main on Laurel si rout
broke Thursday iiIrIiI and Is doing rt
palrod today by inoinbors of the wator
Wo make a specialty of picnic
lunchofl, Hussol's Cafetorln,
Acconllni to a statement of Mayor
ICmerlek, tho j:i()0,()00 bonds for tho
construction of tho railroad to tho
Illue Kodgo district will bo Isatied at
tho next mrotlng of tho council a
wook from TiidBday.
Ilrlug your lunch , oamorn and
flshliig outfit on tho picnic excur
sion to Ilutto Kails' Sunday, .Inly 13.
I.oavo P & K depot a. in. Round
trip only $1. You will enjoy It.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. II. Gothor and
daughter from Provolt are shop
ping In Medford today.
Mr. and Ml, l-'nul MoPhnrson of
Kaglo Point were Medford visitors
Hargalus In now and second-hand
hlkofl, Kx and H, Shop, Sparta Htilld-
Mrs. II. I). Heed and Miss Claire
Tucker of Gold Hill aro shopping In
You can dance as oftou as you
pleaso at tho Mooso Hall Saturday
'C. 11. Ilyrne, representing Cluett
J'onbody and Co., spent Friday In
town on busluoBs,
When Homeoiin plans In holn tho
town, plan to help tho plan, llutter
Hold Grocory. Phono 210. 101
Mr. and Mrs. John Hoimem of
.lacksoiivllle are shopping lu Medford
Smoko n King Spitz cigar, flc.
They aro liomo-mado, tf
1'rnnk Isaacs brought homo sovou
Kteelhead from I.ono Pluc Thursday
night. One -was a twelve pounder.
All were hooked with a No. 0 Grlzzty
Klug. Court Hall, his companion, got
ono threo pounder.
When Homeoiin plans to help tho
town, plan to help tho plan, llutter
field Grocery. Phono 210. 101
R. U. Gilo of ItoKoburg Is spending
a fow dayti In Medford.
If you haven't attended any of our
Saturday night dancoa at the Moose
Hall, you an missing something.
C. II. Hardy of Portland transact
ed hiisluoss In Medford Friday.
Pear label time Is here. Slock
labels or special labels at tho Med
ford Printing Co.
Frank Hay rotornud to Medford
Friday morning aftar attending a few
days at Tolo.
Gat your labels narly. Don't wait
uutll tho last minute. Tho Medford
Printing Co, Is tho place to get
A. J. Wilcox Is a husluiias visitor
Poara and apple label printers for
tho Itogue rlvor valley, Mod ford
W. N. Ostraudor of San Fraiului
la spending today In Medford.
If you are suffering from Indlgcx
Hon, a grouch or the blues, come to
the Mimwo damw Saturday evening
It will cure you. 10.;
C. It. Dowers la a business visitor
from Chlco, Cal.
Kaa tho stock labels carried by the
Med foul Printing Co., If you aro lu
It. J. Mdtell or Portland Is hI)MiI
lug a feu days lu Med font and other
aoatharn Oragoa polata.
lluttarmllk Xo quart at HaVoa's
Father Me('urlU) or Yn-Wu and ('
V. Holt arrhed Frldai uioniiiu
frm Portland, having driven HikhikIi
lu Fathar McCarthy's uau I'lialnni.
For Tie cents yoa wa ilaiue noin
a to IS at the Mewm Hall ltuid,(
Jim. C. II. HeHlley aad daughter
of Asbtaad aMHit FrMu) moralHg la
Madrr4, later prtH'twdiag to Kk
Polat, kra tli-. will remain until
l'alrts tally eartU lu stork at
tUa Madtarrf Prlntiag Co
'Mr and Mr W. V Ganoway and !
children and Dr. and Mrs. ('. II. (Ian-
oway of Stewart, iS'obraaka, roturned
last night lu tho former's car from
Crater Lake. Mr. Ganpway lost an
oxtni tiro rrom the enrrler on the
livery .Saturday night at the Mooso
dunce something new. 103
Something now, brick iuo croaiu In
sanitary package. Kciuia two hours.
Take one with you. Tho SliaJU.
Any body going to Crater Lake or
the Klamath region with a team and
no load, can make expenses at room
350 Fed oral building. 103
InuMlte at the Union Htabte tor In
formation and transportation to tho
Oregon Caves. Ford cars for hire
with or without driver. Payne and
Arthur llrown has returned from
a fishing trip lu northern California.
II. I.. Klly, or Oregon City, for
mer master fish warden, arrived Fri
day to spond a few days looking after
Interests hero and renewing old ac
quaintances. 11. ,1, Joy Is prepared to hud fruit
trees. Addreaa uuxt three days Nash
Ilotol. Good references given. 101
Members of Sigma Nu fraternity
Thursday night held a dancing party
at the lltiugHlow In Ashland. A
number of guests wore Invited. Vocal
selections were rendered by William
Vawtor aceomiMinled by Miss Florence
Tho only plnco In tho city where
you can Indulge In dancing -Saturday
night at the Moose Hall. loll
K. 1). Hill or Nnpa, Cal.. la the
guest of bis daughter, Miss Hill, nt
Derby. Mr. Hill Is a member of the
G. A. It., and while lu Medford met
V. 8. Clay, a member or the same
regiment during the Civil war. The
two had not seen each other for ()3
Planlc lunclios at Central (Ma
teria. C. T. ICIIory or Vancouver, Waah., la
spending a row days lu Medford look
ing over hiiHiuoaa conditions. He Is
contemplating moving his largo poul
try establishment to this locality lu
the event that the wave of progroaa
that HiioiiiM to bo coming to Alodford
Tho best always ut Central Cnfu
lorln. iMrx. F. W. .Streets and Mlsa Alice
h. Streets ot Grauta 1'aaa aro shop
ping lu Medford today.
Nover mind tho wonlhor -havo
good time at the pavilion dance at 7
Gold lllll Saturday evening. Good J1!
K. Ii. Domini of San Francisco Is of the tlmc (ampltig and fishing on
Heading a party of three car loads Hogtio river. Ills enthusiastic reports
ot Day city sportBiuon who will ar-'ot the sport attracted the party of
rlvo In Medford next wcok to spond
the season fishing on itoguo rlvor.
Mr. Hop(uI spent several months last
summer lu .Tackson county, six weeks
MIbb Carpenter of Perrydale
shopping In Medford today.
BRITISH STEAMER SUNK
BY GERMAN SUBMARINE
ALOIKIiK, AlgT 111)7. Jul v "Jt. The
1tritili slciuiinliii tlrauge Mnor, :llH
lolls grosx, and owneil liv tlie Moure
line of Newcastle, luix been xunk liv
a Miliinariiii'. Her crew wiin landed.
LONDON. July 21 The Amrr
lean baik Prince Valdeuiiir hiu been
captured by a German warship while
on Its way to Swollen with ti cargo
of wheat and groceries, according to
a dispatch to tin Ifixchange Telegraph
company quoting the Copenhagen
Polltlkeu. The schooner was tak
en Into Swlnniuiide. The voaaol be
longs to George V. MrNear, of San
Francisco. Tho MeNoar firm is one
o fthose Included In the rec,cnt Ilrlt-
lah blockado. The bark left Sa-i
Frnncolaro on Fobruary 2 I for Tollo
borg, Swwlen, and carried a cargo of
wheat, harlay' and groceries.
All Summer Apparel Must Go
Regardless of Former Value or Cost
Jack Tar Middies
HAN FRANCISCO, July 21. The
selsure of the sehooner Prlnz Vnl
demar by a Germnn warship, reported
In Loudon dlspatahoa today, hroiight
the following statement from George
V. AleNear, of San Francisco, head
of tho company whloi owns tho voh
boI "I don't understand why the Ger
mans should Iiavo selxod tlio vossel.
Tbev corlalnly had no right to take
It Into a German (tort, as it was con
signed to a Swedish destination. Wo
shall proloat to tho state department
and demand Its release."
The Prlnz Valdonmr Is tho third
vessel owned or chartered by the Me
Noar firm and capluiod by the bellig
erents, it was nald.
SUGAR BEET PLANT
AT CORCORAN SOLD
HAN FRANCISCO, Cal., .lulv 1.
i'hc I'ingicc Sugnr company, rupi-
talked at $1,0110.11(11), tiled articles
of incorporation here loduv to take
over Hie Corpomn boot sugar plant ut
Corcoran, Kings ooitnH. It. It. Niek
crwou, president of the San lomiiiiii
Valley Sugar companx. who h mim
ed as one of the iucoi-porat'ors, said
ii and lames I'ingicc of Ogilen.
music, flue roads, nice and cool. I'leli, had pureliucd the Cnrcornu
Misses Anna Hansen ami l.uillo ' planl, ubicli wn- Inpli ut u eo-( of
Itader left Frldav afternoon for Ash-' l.oilO.iiiui, but wtiu-li b.i - been -hut
laud. I down l'"i' -mnc time
All al special prices.
And middies are as sta
ph as sugar a year
round garment, and
Jack Tar iMiddies tire
the best that can be had.
1 or, AlLLILw. OQ
SSl fifl MuLlinu S1 IftL??
$1.75 and $2 Middies
$2.25 iMiddies ....$1.79
One lot of .Middies, sev
eral hI vies, very spe
cial ..... .'...59
cJfes1i I" VO-A
Two full tables oi Trimmed V
Hats, Uiitriinined Sha)es and
Children's Hats, including'
Panamas, hemps, .Milan
Hemps and Hand-Made Hats
180 Hats to choose Jrom,
values to $7.50, now 98
One lot of ITntriniiiied Shapes
and Sport Hats now $1.98
Xew Cretonne Sport Hats 9S
All Summer Millinery regard
less of cost. Flowers to
freshen up thai old hat at tre
AH Summer Wash Dresses
Regardless of Cost
One full (able of handsome Wash
Dresses, in white voile, all-over 10m
broidered Mull Dresses, Colored Voile,
cic, actual values in this lot up to
$18.50, now $2.98
$15 Sport Dresses $4.98
Your choice of a big line of Spori
Dresses in crepe and Krench linen, val-
ues t( $15.00, now $1.98
I HUJU -3 DAYS
Beginning Thur., July 27
Mat. 2:1 5-Doors 1:15
TIMES IN NEW
Direction Elliott and
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fgni toouV Hioie.
Miaa Maraari'l Mausflidd 'of lro
lB0t la the KutM.1 of Mlsa Utadya Wll
Hyi-for a few days.
'$& tltos luitaa auto whaala to
iUUlUgi CrrUga and Aula Work
nil liuyfl tbam au4t HXe nw, at a
ai. U U$tl. ( I'ortlaad. at Ui
I10M Vllllar l M-dfoi.
LOsrr Mvi 'uuvTnla tire on
rim ftwl niror. t'rater laao road
Wow Vnlan Creoli W l' C.ouo
iwar. nowiird. UnII;ci'o t;n
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row (.MrdAi incolns Alilie
n t: i) . cjrc Mail Trlbnoo ICo'o
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I Closing Out All Gloves
1(5 Silk and Silk Combination
left, in navy blue, green, black,
real values to $"10.00, sizes Hi to -10 ?
your choice $1I.!)S
With the unsettled condition of the suit
market, you could not do belter than
anticipate your wanis and lake advan
tage 01 me nig nargains we are oiienng
in this line $9.9S, $1J.9S, $19.98
Two-Hut ton Kavser
(J loves, all colors, pair..
Long Chanioisetie fllovs, whai there is
left, values 75c, now J9
1(1 -Mul ton Niagara Maid Silk (Moves,
black, -white and all colors, $1.25 value,
$1.75 Niagara .Maid Silk O loves SI.
$1.75 Niagara .Maid Silk Gloves $1.39
Long While Kid Cloves, regular $!).75,
closing out S2.1S
Closing Out Neckwear
Closing Out Handbags
Closing Out Parasols
Closing Out Shell Goods
Closing Out All
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NOTE "THE MRTII OF
" A NATION"
Will Im ii'M-nUtl In Mislfonl tho niiii Hh X oik, I'lilliulol.
Iitila, Ibiniiauil t hlriiHO, (iiri)lo; ti)'lliiiiK to (hxhIiuo the
W'lidi-ifol elliHts noil a
Symphony Orchestra of Thirty Pieces
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SEATS RGADVf MA1L0RDERSNOW
llKSDAY, JliA 25 ACC0MPAN1KD BY CHUCK
the Younger Son of
tho "Birth of a Nation"
the beloved little sister of the
"Birth of a Nation" in her
a child of misfortune whoso "glad"
spirit finally brings its regard in ton
dor romance. It's a mystery play of
Mack Swain in that Keystone Frolic
aBy Stork Delivery"
roUtB etflMU' t o vt' (J)
OOOXi-COMFORTABLE WELL VENTILATED.