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  • Mail Tribune 100: November 8, 1913

  • Judge Calkins today sentenced J. Odin, convicted of a statutory charge upon the person of his niece, to from three to twenty years in the penitentiary.
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  • Judge Calkins today sentenced J. Odin, convicted of a statutory charge upon the person of his niece, to from three to twenty years in the penitentiary.
    Charles Stanton, who was convicted of gaffing fish, was fined $100.
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    There are the factors upon which a musical comedy success depends and there are the factors that have placed "The Girl from Mumms" with Miss Olive Vail, which comes to the Page on Sunday evening, in a class by itself.
    The book by J.A. Lacy is a riot of fun and a real plot makes the situation genuine and not forced, as is so often the case. The result is that the audience is interested every moment. The music by F.A. Bohnhorst is a revelation and has already earned for that gifted composer a front rank in the field of light music. Without a trade of a common run of music, it affords a genuine pleasure in its tunefulness and already "There's a Reason," "The Road to Philadelphia," "Teach Me," "The Girl of Mumms and Mine" are the song hits of the day. Every indicator points that "There's a Reason" will prove the biggest hit since "Every Little Movement" enchanted the country.
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    ASHLAND, Ore., Nov. 7 — The city council has fixed the municipal levy for 1914 at 143/4 mills, apportioned as follows: Bonds and interest; 5.5 mills, general fund, 5.3 mills; street fund, 13/4 mills; fire department, .9 mill; park, .6 mill; library, .7 mill. The levy for 1913 was an even 14 mills.
    The assessed valuation last year was $3,000,000, however, as against $2,800,000 this year, consequently the amount to be raised for municipal puposes will be about the same.
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