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  • Mail Tribune 100: November 14, 1913

  • The jury in the case of Henry Mynatt charged with horse stealing, are deliberating on the evidence and a verdict is expected this afternoon. The case was placed in their hands at noon.
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  • The jury in the case of Henry Mynatt charged with horse stealing, are deliberating on the evidence and a verdict is expected this afternoon. The case was placed in their hands at noon.
    This afternon a jury is being selected to try Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Kelts of Talent, charged with assault with a deadly weapon during a neighborhood quarrel last September.
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    Interest in the White Sox-Giants game next Monday is beginning to warm up and two of the greatest ball clubs in the world will be greeted by an estimated crowd of 10,000 if the weatherman is kind.
    Merchants of the city will close during the game and the Southern Pacific freight office, and sheds and the baggage room will be closed. John M. Scott, general passenger agent of the line, has wired for grandstand reservations and will arrive Monday to see the game.
    Fifteen tickets have been sold from Redding and eight from Sisson. A special price will be given schoolchildren. The Evening Herald will run a special from Klamath Falls to see the game.
    Word from northern California and southern Oregon today indicates large delegations from points between Roseburg and Redding. Siskiyou county fans sent the following message this morning, and as the game begins at 1 o'clock their train connection fears are groundless:
    "Mt. Cloud, Cal., Nov. 13
    "Chamber of Commerce, Medford:
    "Quite a delegation from Siskiyou County has planned seeing the ball game next Monday, but train 15 leaving Medford at 4 o'clock will deprive us of seeing the full game unless the game starts by 2 o'clock at the latest. Majority of us must return same day. Advise me by wire.
    "PARSONS LAMBERT, PAINTER."
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