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Medford Mail Tribune
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MBPFORD, OREGON-, TUKHIMY, DKCM3MHKR 10,1912.
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BULL MOOSERS I
Roosevelt Insists Party Has Conic to
Stay and Intimates That He Re
mains Real Lender Lnrne Cam
paign Contributions Welcomed.
Agitation (or Enforcement of Pro
resslvc Planks to Do Continued
CHICAGO, Doc. JO --HponUng bo
fun tin) ImiII mourn conference tuiltty,
Colonel Theodore ItooMnell, by In
fore-urn only eliminated hlumelf iin
I Iin rvn I lender of tti mm' prni;rc
, idv.ii inr(y. II ltill'il that the
party hnd conio to ntny nml pleaded
fur Itn ropnMntntlvc In congroin
nml In Mitto loKlnliUiiro to work hard
to twrr) Inttlwtatltui of proKn'Mlvi'lKiii
Into law. Hooimtelt mild In purl:
"Wo hnvo fought n grout fight. Wo
iieAoinplUhml more In ninety dny
than over nuy other pirty In history
uicompllnhctl In nurli Hint). Wo
(orct'it nil tin othur pnrtlcH mill raw
lllllllllNt to ul leant to kUo Up MTV
Ico to pronrtMwUo principles."
Illg Contribution- Siuglit
Itoomuolt rnvlmi hi chnrim of
"limit of ilolrfcntiM" at tliu republt
run nntloiml contention, In (.'hlcnito,
ami bitterly d'iiounccd tint (iomcs.
llt declared for popular coutrlbu-
. Hoik to riitiipnlsn fund, nml con
"I mil willing thin tliu party
nhntihl tnhn Inrgo cotitrlbiitlomt If
honestly offered without roiulltlon
or renervntlou nml on exactly tho
(miiiio tornin uml netly tint niitm
spirit us small contribution. Tim
nml lent U tlio way In which the
itmounU urn glwm nml not tlio tilic.
Mo urKi'il direct prlmnrioM 'r)
whern nml it rnmpalKn of education
to Inform the people on tlio merit
of proKroMtW), uncial nml economic
"Hvory Inw proponed In tliu soclnl
nml Industrial plunk of our pint
form," he until "mIioiiIiI he prwnrd
Our people Khoulit expound our poll
tilon In tlio school tioiiaoH nml before
KrniiKoH iin sel nx In tlio groat In
diulrlnl coiitoru. Our members,
oupeclnlly our proy,reiiU mem
berti, iiiiihI oior Keep In
mtml that tlio progrilu pnrty,
liy Uh plnlforiii, In lommltteil to tin
inensuros wo ndvnciito until they be
rnmo the law of tlio hunt. If the
IcKlidnturcH nr courln stand In tlio
wtty then u lawful nml orderly iiiuu
ner uml along tlio IIiidh laid down In
(Coiillnunl on I'uko a)
STOCKTON, Oil,, Dei-. 111. Two
diiiIoiiiIh of Hun Joiuiiim oulotm will
lid shipped y tlio Btutiktuii cliiiiulier
ot I'omiiioii'o lo riilmiKo, nn htook
Ioii'h Chiirtliuus j;lf t to (ho )iioi',
Tlio Hluti'iiieiil (lint fiO.OUO hiiekn
ol' oiiioiiM wore to lio ilumpeil into
tliu liver on ni'doiuil of tlio hIiikuii
lion In Hid miirkut iiiHplied tlio
tliouclit. Tlio tiiiutu l'e, Soulliurii
l'nail'iti nml WVMurn l'ueilio mil
voiiiIn Iiiivii heen nukud (o tniiiKpoit
tlio hhlpmoiil. I'lOO. htlht lllllt II
luoHNiiyo won Heiit to CuniiulKsloiier
l'Viiukliu K. I.unn nt WiiHliiiiKlou link
iK tlio Hiuiollon of tlio interMute
oomnioron comtnlHuloii. Thin uiornhiK'
''Tlio luw porinllr? l'tvo imniiiKo of
JYeik'lit for vlinritulilo purpohOH. See
Koorotury KiIwiuiIh of tlio Merced
oliiunlior of uomuioroo Iiiih piomlrted
to mid live itniloiulN of hwuoI polu
loex to tlio fchlpuioiil. Juno AddiimH
of Hull IIoiiho will lio nuked to iIIh
triliulu tlio bliipiiuuit (o tliu poor of
REORGANIZED TO REIN
A DULL MOOSE LEADER
CICTTINJH. Dik' lo - AiiKrH lt
tliu rHfiiattl of tlio THrklali novnruor
of HcMturt to riHMMiilx tlml nn nrm
Utlfe prevnlli lielwemi 'I'urhey mid
tlio llnlkuu iilllen, orilurM were (tent
out today to the MoulotitiKrlu head
uunrtoni t THlmroiolil, Immvillntiily
In roopen the nttnek on Hcuarl.
LONDON', l)c. 10 KorclKU Mln
Utnr Hlr IMward drey niiuoiiuriM to
ilny In the comuioun tlint the nievt
Iiik of iiiiibnkKndor hero next I'rldny
to illiriiHn tlio Ilalknn Hltiiutlou will
not U In nuy eiim n formal confer
oiiio. Ho explained I lint tlio powers
liml iiKreed Hint tlio nmbnMiiiIorit to
noiiio Kuropenii 'capital nlioulil mrt
hero luforimilly nml ithould romtiilt
III order to facllllnte an exchaiiKe of
Iowh on the Mltiintlou before their
rip4-tlo nailoim Mir IMwnnl iiimlu
It plain thai tin iiKreeinont wax clear
tlint Mitld nt the conferenre hIioiiM
coiiiiiilt nuy of tliu )Kirtlcl:illiiK n
tloim to nuy iiolley or coimo of ne
tlou. 'niken In roujiiticllon with Sir IM
wnnl (Irey'n nuiiouiirouieut, iilnrni
Itttat today fin) n norloim relval of
tlio war Hplrlt In Aiintrlan ner.otln
tloiiH for a txri.nnn.umi t?old lonu,
nml In tlio niidilou riNtlKtintloiiH nf
MlnUlei of War AuffunborK nml
(luiienil Kchomuii of Ihe AiiHtrlan
y.eiierul Mtnff. Iloth of (Iioho men
oppomil ii wur. while tlinlr mirreiow
orn In office are known to favor it
recoiirHe to ainm to iiirli Servian
IN PEACE OF WORLD
NKW VOUIC. Doc. 10 - lIuroiu'HH
llertlui Von Hutler. fainoua nilvocuto
of world peace, ruiihuit a muiMitlou In
Hocloty rlrelcH Iiito today follow Iiik
her ileoluratloii nt tlio Cariioiiln pouco
dinner at tlio AHlor Hotel that J.
I'lerpout Moritau wnn not lutunmtod
In iinlvormil peace, uml liml refund
to roulrlhuto to tlio naiiHo,
"When 1 picHitiited a letter from
tlio I'llnco of .Monaco to Mr. Mor
Kan," hiilil tlio baronea.i, "ami iiBkod
him to coutrlhiito to tlio IMwnnl (linn
movement for peace, lip Informed
mo Hint tlio mibject lu no way In
NKW YOIIK, Dee. 10. I'ropnrn
tloun am bolin; miido lioro todny for
it "votou for women pIlKrlmitHo" to
Albany to proHout to (lovornor-Kloat
BuUur a petition icipiOBtlni; him to
Intiort lu bin Inaugural moumtKo it
utntoiuout rtivuiiiiR tho uuhmlHHlon to
tho voters In 1015 it Kiiffrayo umoml
mout to tho coiiHtltutlou. Tho wo
moil oxpoet to loavo Now York on
Monday morning ami to cover tliu
ontlro illHtnuco to Albany on foot,
IHjS ilVMr "a9fl
WAR IN BALKANS
TO HOLD PARTY
IN THE FIELD
National Gntlierlno at Clilcarjo
Drcathes Defiance and Wants No
Reconciliation With Old Party
Roosevelt Censures Idaho Court.
Perkins and Other Monels Not to Be
Ousted Would Be Like Christmas
Without Santa Claus.
CIIICAflO. Dec. 10. -With Colonel
ltoo-.iv clt (mil other hull tuooxo lea-ilir-4
prcxeiil, the proKn.ie eoufor
euro wiih 1'iilleil In order here toiluv
liy Senator Dixon of Mniiliiiiu. Col.
Kooiovelt'n immtIi, it wiik expeotcd,
would ho tlio liic feature of the nieot-
Allliougli llicre Iiiin lrrn coiiHiiler
nliln neulimenl iiiuontr home of Ihe
piuty .leiulen Hint fiiiiini'firM like
Oixirvi, V. I'erkiiiM, of Now York uml
Dim It. Hhiiiiu nf Cleveland hhould he
oiixlcil from tlio nrcuiiixutiou, Itoosc.
elt in Mild to opNet Iliin movement,
HMrtiut; Unit he ! not wnnt to
ice Ihe parly wroekeil.
When one of the ouMrrn lenders
wiik uhked if anyone weio likely to
Mart it inoxciut'iit ncaiiHt Perkinn
uml Malum nt the conference, he Raid:
I'erkiiiM llie Kiiutn Clnun
"I hIioiiIiI xuv not. Such n move
would he nx ppnsililo us Hiiyint;: 'Wc
ill cclclirnte ChrihtmuH, but do not
want Siiuln natis'."
Sciinlur Dixon iiredietcd roniploto
hunnony, mid thai tlio party's or
Kniiixatioii would not he cIiiiiikciI.
I'll to 10:10 o'clock this morning,
more than 1,100 dclcculex to the
I'onfercnci) had n'Rislcrcd.
Colonel Itoohnrlt, .Turned It. (Jar.
field, Oft'iir Straus mid Sounlor Dix
on wen) crrpti'il with cheer. The
ippffiitM nrofio when MiH Jnno Ad
daniH of CIiiciiko cntcivd. Colonel
ltoot.cet (.luiok her hand.
Senator Dixon called tlio mectinc
to order nt 1 1 :05 n. m
An cxplanntion of Iho rlevrnth
hour diHappcnriincii of Iho triiht le
Ulatiou clause from Iho trust plunk
in tlio pmjjrossivo phttfnnu wiih iv
en in nn interview this iiflontoou liv
Oscnr K. Davis. IIo said it was not
contaiiipd in tlio first copies of Ihe
platform issued, not becuuso George
V. lVrkius did not fnvor it, hut ho
i'iiiim) it was iundverleullv left out
in Iho hurry incidental to tho prcpar
iiliou of phi I form copies.
lie snid the clause tdtimalelv was
coiiluiued in Iho platfonn iih udopled.
t'olntiol HooMovolt voiced a bitter
denunciation nf tho Idaho supreme
court for It decUlon that no proKres
she electoral cnndldatcs could ko on
tho ticket lu Hint ntnto.
Tcilily CirllN Court
"I dofy," lio nnll, "any IntolllKcnt
man to read Hint decision without
fcelliiK tlio Injustlco of tlio court. It
tmido no provision for proKrcBalvo
presldoutlnl electors. Yot tnoro than
L'5,000 men wrotu proKrcsslvo numoH
correctly on tho ballots, ami enough
mnro thousands inmlo mlatakoa to
liavo rIvoii tho slnto to uh It tlio
people's will bail been awarded.
"Tho Capital iN'owu of Uolao crlt
(Continued nn I'auo 3)
FOR ILLEGAL PRACTICES
SAN FltANCISCO, Dec. 10. Ho
foro a crowded court room filled with
i;o eminent officials, doctors, dniK-
gists, midwiveu, and Kiimturiiim own
ers, lio ward nud Frod OdKood, dru
jjists of Oiiklimd, imlioled for curry
uiK on u "race huioiiIo" liusincss
through tho mulls ttloiif with 180
other alleged quiieks throughout tlio
country worn fined 300 dollara each
lioro today by United Stnlea JiuIku
Thu innximutn penalty provided nu
dor tho lnv is a fiuo of $5,000 or i'ivo
yours in prison or both,
Tho Osgood- paid their fines and
imuiodiuloly lol't tlio courtrovm.
BANKS TO FAIL
Conuresslonal Prtibt Brlnrjs Out Me
thods Worked hy System Expel
Banks From Clearing House and
Forco Suspension Unless Slronn.
Morgan Dominating Influence In Ban
kers Trust Company and Wall
WASHINGTON', Dee. JO. -Tho
New York htook oxeliance was put on
the grill today liy (lie house moiicv
trust iiitpntixultiiiMiiniiiiiltif. When
IoiIuj'h hearing litTHii, bnukcrs rep
n'seiitin inany 'uillliuiis of dollar,
were ready to testify.
Attorney Uuteniier, representiiiK
the couiiniltec, jtltuw a probe to de
teninne lo what cxtt the New York
clearing house domiualeN couulrv
hiiliks and to wlnit effect its refusal
to clear for other banks has on these
Iteemihc of the iuli-roi in t ho com
inittec proccidinpj the henrinss wen
transferred to u larger room in the
houso ofllce huildiu.
l'rcu if tho Uo)ii Kxchaucc hank
and of tho Ne York Clrantij;
Uousc, uduiillvd Iin committee eould
suiipeml mi iiibemj mid that "unless
it was u Km)d8fYoii; miik with a
lanje 8iir'lu, the. suspciided institu
tion would bo foirVfl.out of business,
wliilo (ho uiicsttuTitbf. expulsion was
Tho wituesH n-countcd the failure
of tho .Meohnnies and Traders bnnk
of Now York in 10U7. Attoniey fn
tennyer impiircd at j,Tpat lenctli ro
pirdin the influence of J. 1'. Moroni
in liaukiiii; eirehs. J'rew explniiied
how Mnrxtin doiiiiuaU's (ho Hankers'
Trust company with its deMiit. of
$1 70,(100,000. Tho company, Frew
said, was controlled by tho members
of .Morpin's finu. Daniel G. Iteid,
Goorpi W. Perkins mid II. I. Davi
son, he said, were tho three trustee
of the llankors' Trust company who
selected till iho directors and con
trolled Iho affairs of tho company.
1-Yow admitted that tu did not
know how much tho Hunkers' Trust
company paid for control of tho Mer
cantile company, hut ho testified that
tho runner concern hud doubled its
dcjHisitH almost every pix months
since its orj;:uurntiou in 11UKI.
FOR THE GALLOWS
SAI.USr, Oiv., Dec. 10-".Mr, War
den, gentlemen: You are hero to wit
ness my execution, lu ten minutes I
will ho shot through this tntp uml a
few moments later I will ho dead. 1
nut innocent of tho crime charged
These aro the first few words of a
speech (hut Frank Garrison, murder
er of Hoy IVrkims. sentenced with
four others to dio Friday, will nmko
on tho kiiIIows. At tho conclusion of
tho speech, which will contain ono
last appeal for clemenoy in order
that further time may prove his con
tentious of innocence, ho will bo thot
through tho trap, another murderer
alongside being shot through tho
other trap of tho double gallows nt
tho sumo time.
Garrison is spending all of his limo
previous to Iho e.vaution on this lust
plea, which it is expected will con
sumo ten minutes.
BANDIT CHIEF SHOT
MUMIMI1S, Teiin., Doc. 10, Fol
lowing u tlroco battlo with four train
robbers whom thoy surrounded lu a
hut on tho outskirts ot Memphis to
day dotoctlvea urroBtod throo of thorn
after killing tholr louder, Klunuy
Tlio bandits lutvo boon robbing
post offices uud bunks ot tlio south
west for tho past two yours.
U. S. GOVERNMENT ADOPTS NEW CURTISS FLYING BOAT,
WHICh SHOWS REMARKABLE SPEED IN OFFICIAL TESTS
Ik. V&r - ', v i p
GLCNM H CUirnSSfONTHC LCTTJ MO HIS TOOf? IRMV PUPILS WITH FXYINO DOfifT
It is announced frnni Ilnmmondiipon. N l. Hint the flying lnvit built by Olenn II Curtlns for tho War Do
pnrtineut li.u p.isictl nil the otrk-lul tests tcrorc the board of army olllrcr apM)lntcd to observe the trlali. In tht
ll'uliliii: ti st usiiiiio (ouMdi'rcU the mot dlillinlt. rerpjirinu u iilmb ot IX) feet n uiluute, tho oiachln roso to an
JltltUuc of l.lioo fet hi Klx fllid it half lulliute.v
The ncer"-e eotl wn TtiM miles mi hour. There was n ten mile wind blowing nt thr time dlacon.il to tho
oupip lu a . aim tin- sfHt-d would hnr Pccn secrul (tilt nn Imtir faiter, but the m.irlilue ti well above tho ro
'iilfc.mni. w!i.-i forty -ihe nillei un hour
In l lie two Imur duniiUMi toot u totnl wd-bl of u-JO iwuiiiU. Iiuludlns atlutur nod paticnger, wo carried
1'rum.U Wiiilmnu wn Hip pilot lu the tcita.
ALL ABOARD LOSI
PLYMOlTir. Kngh.ml, Dee. 10.
The new IIritih Dreuduaiight Cen
turion, on her trinl cruise off Devon
port collided with nud sank an un
identified steamer. It is not yet
known whether the crew of the sun
ken venscl iwrished.
Immediately after the collision the
Centurion wirclosed that her bows
wero damaged. Seveml craft were nt
once nndicd to the scene hut there
was no Intco of Ihe lost vessel or its
Lnler the Centurion arrived hero
with her anchors driven through her
hows. No roeued seamen wero
nhnurd Ihe warship and it is believed
that all on board tho sunken boat
At the tlmu ot tlio crash tho Cen
turion was steaming twenty knots
au hour, nml It Is bcliavod tho Im
pact of tho glaut tighter Instantly
drove under tho water tho vessel oho
11m Centurion's commander said
ho stayed In tho vicinity of tho dis
aster two hours, but could tlml no
trace of tho ctenmor or hor crow. No
ono was hurt nbonrd tho wursblp.
SALARY TO $1 A DAY
ltO.Mi:, Dec. 10. Through his up
peal to the minister of )ogU uml
telegmphs, Angelo Surto, postmaster
in tho village of Coriizio nml brother
of 1'opo Pius, was notified today
that hereafter his salaryof 50 cents
a day would bo doubled, and thut ho
will have au assistant.
Surto is 70 yours of ago and In
iiiu iiiiiiiiiiieiu 01 ma iiiiiil'h is uuiigcu I
to wiiik ten nines a nay.
New Year's Issue
In iiccorduiK'Q v.vitli its niuuuU custom the Mail Tri
bune "will on Now Year's day issue a special edition
descriptive of the growth and progress of Medt'ord and
tlio Koguo rivor valloy duriug tho past year.
Tho issue will bo profusely illustrated and bo ro
pleto with cuts and maps descriptive of tho valloy 's do
vclopmont. This is tho only chanco to sond your friends tho
story of tho valloy brought up-to-dato, to lot tho world
know what wo aro doing in the march of progress.
Sond in orders early for oxtra copies. Price 5 cents.
MEDFORD MATL TRIBUNE.
SAN FKAXCISCO. Dec. 10 "I do
not charge tho mnnugemeut of tho
Soldiers Koine with dishonesty or
cruelty. but incoiiiiH'tence seems to
be the fault."
This statement wns mndo here by
I'nited States Senator George E.
Chamberlain of Oregon, a member
of tho investigating committee prob
ing conditions at tho National Sol
diers' Home at Snwtolle, who is to
day en mute lo Washington.
'J he home," continued tlio sena
tor, '"is now under tho actual care of
Colonel T. J. Cochran, a retired sol
dier, although fonner Governor IT. II.
Murkhatu is head of tho board of'
"Many of the complaints of tho in
mates are well founded. Tho mess is
undoubtedly had. I shall present to
the senate the plan advised by the
inmates themselves, which is tho re
tuowil of control of the institution
from the commission Unit now meets
in New York mid placing it iu tho
hands of tho war department.
SAN FltANCISCO. Dec. 10. -"No
eouplo who have children aro going
to bo given a divorco in my depart
ment before Christum."
This is tho edict today of Superior
Judgo Graham, and couples with con
jugal difficulties must bury them un
til utter tho reign of Santa Clnus.
"Divorco is bad enough at any sea
son," said Iho judgo, "but tho idea of
little children waking up Christmas
morning with nothing but the memory
that their parents lutvo just been
is too suit to bo
AT OLDER Hi!
BY BIG INTERESTS'
NEW YORK, Dec. 10. With tho
hanks refusing to lend except on gilt
edged securities lending hulls and
bears joined in a sensational raid on
tho stock market today and tho en
tire trading list crumbled. Iteport
that various iwols had collapsed
served to complete tho demoraliza
tion of tho market.
At uoon there wero fractional re
coveries but nearly every standard
railroad share lost at least a point.
Tho market opened weak, tho bears
immediately starting to pound thu
list, and for an hour demoralization
continued. National Bisouit dropped
11 points to 114; Bethlehem Steel
lost four; and Lehigh Valley 2 a-l.
Union Pacific, Heading and United
States Steel wero supported but when
tho bunks refused to lend, many of
tho specialties slumped.
After tho opening liquidation was
well under way. t,uporting orders
wero encountered and there was good
rally. Union Paeifio and Steel no
above hut night's close, and tho de
clines iu other stocks wero reduced
to fractious. Later another break
occurred, uffecting Union 1'ncifio,
Heading and Lehigh Valloy. Steel
dropped to Gl 1-1 and tho wltolo list
Tho market closed irregular.
Bonds were heavy.
SAYS WIDNEY SR.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 10 "This
woman is dangerous. I helicvo shu
is insane. She may yet succeed iu
killing my boy, and soma precaution
should ho taken to keep her iu re
straint." This was tho form iu which Judgo
Robort Widnoy of Los Angeles, futh
cr of Robert J. Widnoy who U al
leged to lutvo boon shot by Mrs. Viv
ian Lyons, voiced today au accusa
tion against tho woman which is bu
lioved to indicate that Widnoy never
will appear against her on tho wit
Captain of Detculivea Moouoy, to
whom tho older Widnoy mndo his plea
rofnsed to interfere.
''You must lodge your complaint
with tho insanity commission,"
Moouoy told tho aged jurist. "If
thoy think tho gul is iiisuuo they will
tnko such action as socms necessary
to protect your fcon, uud uny others
in appnront diinger,"