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Medtord Mail Tribune
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Dnlfy luvvnlli Tear
AlEDKOHD, OWROONJ'IirKHlMV, JJEf'KMJJKH J, 1012.
FRANK SEYMOUR GUILTY IN FIRST DEGREE
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JURY AT 10:35
District Attorney Occupied Hour In
Closlnn Aruunicnt This Mornlnu
Defense Closed Its Argument at
Lnto Hour Wednesday.
Remarks Covering. Sheriff Jones,
Jailor Eaton and Newspaper Man
I'rnnk Hoytnour, partnor of Mlko
Himtioit In tho murder of (loomo
DnilctHUnlouH, n (Iri'ok la IliU city,
Kuptimiber 58, 1UI3, wit today (imiul
guilty o( murder In tho Mr lit degree
XoNlmiee will lit) pronouiirod Hattir
duy. Tho Jury retired at lOItfi n. m
and returned a verdict at S 2fi this
afternoon. Our hour of (lint limn
n ftoitt at luncheon.
Uriour wan unmoved an Im heard
Ih verdict. I In a at unco r
tHrnwl to tlio county Jul t.
Cut In Jury nt lOiilft it, m.
.IhiIo Calkins completed hi hi
MtrMi'liiiin. In the jury nl IO..I5 it in
tho jxr it'tinng at tlmt hour. Tin
inl ruction wric lengthy and prne-tit-ally
identical with the hiioh given
to the jurv in tlir Mike Spuno ease.
When the Jury retiied It wan gruor-
ully expected that n vcnliot would lie
rendu d before imoti but such proved
not to liu the ruse. It wiih also the
iiilni(iii of tliuou who went present
throughout tho trial that tho verdiet
uuitM do similar ty tlio oim tcluruod
Ih the HjmutM cnie.
Mulkr-y Talked One llimr
When court wits enllrd nt Jt o'clook
this morning District Attorney Mill
ktv thieve hiumclf, into I ho dining
iirKiittoMtt fur the nlitti'. IId niiii)li'd
hii hiMir with hi nddriMM which in
Mild to huvo mirpiiHsril the one ili
liieii'd In (ho Spiiiiu eitse. Judge
CslkilH tllOtl Infill llU lllbtlllelioll
Ih tho jury, closing them at JOtilfi
Seymour npponrml ii tinimneornetl
na hwhmI during (ho morning sw1oii.
Whw the Juiy filed nut ho wit re
turtiud to tho oojiutv jail to itwnit tho
iimIouiiiii (if Iho jiii''k deliberations,
llu nl no (iuii) dinpluyrd any emotion.
Pioscntatluu of tho dofoiimi stinted
liiiiiiudlatiily after tho noon reces
WmliiiMday Attorney McCabn calling
thro or four prlioncrs from tliu
roiiuty jail wliu failed In any way to
Hiiktnln the rontnutliiiirt of tho ilofoiul
nut Hint Im wiih "llilid ilonrool"
Into a roiifiM)luu. Dr. It. II. 1'nrtor
wan pliu'od on Iho stum! and quoded
ooiiiiornliiK tho Htato of a miiii'a iiilud
iiiiilur tho (lundltliiiiN tho ilofonno
iiliiind ahiiiit KoyuiiMir. On cronK ox
aiiilnntlou Or. I'ortur ao IiIh IiIiuih
of Military rouflnmiuuil and ntnrvn
llou whluh vsoro far uuiro rllil than
tliu diifcimo HiHTsdud In hIiowIuk
IkIimI Thru (ho dnfuiidaut um ralli-d
to thi Hla ml In It Ih own liohulf
(Contlliiiod on pnK a.)
NIJW YOUIC, Him. It Notod
tlciiMiciatn aro KittliorlitK horo to con
fur with PruHlilunHUurt Woodniw
WIIkoii niRiirdluK (ho iiihUwup or IiIh
offlilul family. William J. Ilryan Is
mi rou to to Nuw York from Tuinpoi
Klorlda. II9 will coufor with Wilson
at Trontou Huturday. hoth c-'omliiK to
Nuw York for uiiothur couformico
Kilondi) of Ilryan hnro diiularo ho
Ih auxlouii for tho WIIhoii uilmlnlatru
tlou to ho n huccouh and Ih willing to
umiit 1111 portfolio Wlluon tluhlroH
to kIvo him. U U ronuldurud almoHt
eortaln that ConKrouHiunn A, Mltcholl
Palmor, of l'oiuiaylviinlu, JuiIko Mar
tin Wado of Iowu, JoHopluis DanloU
of North Carolina and Consroiiamati
Jlonry of Toxws will liu nnmod uh
NOP DEI ATS
GATHER TO CONFER
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Scenes Showing How Game Little
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Heavy I'ikI'Iimi; 'it the fort of Hiram,
whoru a (Irrrk division ih trying to
forvt n pajiiKi'JjJiyiiimri'porlrd
in ilicpiituhoS from (lint iniiiil'iih still
in pniKivsM iotlay. InYuntiatiiitt rc
ooiC(l hero ioduy Ih that n (I rook
Imttory in rnkinjr Iho TujLiHli fort runs
thlch in the nolo Imrriur oT Ihu Iltl
leiiiii nihiiiioo to Jiiniim, thai the
.'IIHIllltt il'M (HI lllllll hillfM llll(l llCI'll
houy nnd (lint the outcome of thn
eiiKiiKuieiil in Mill in iliinlit.
(I rout 1I1111111K0 wiih dono to the
Turkish ilofoiuloix, tho ilimtoho-(
wiy, tiy it (Ireok aviator, who, in a
miiiiiiphiiie, How uxor tho Ottoman
force dro)iplnx houilm and OM'iipoil
ATI I HNS, Dee. IK.- Accepting llu
(lii'ok hliM'kado of tln Daidanolli'M mm
too hilling to ho furred, the Tlllklll
fleet, w liii'li i IhiIIIoiI up theie, to
day 111111I0 no nttempt to renew iln of
foiU to imeope, which liuxti canoed
ileniilloiy heali);lilliiKr all thin week.
N'iuiiI iialhuiitiei huii) deehueil ihut
the liliickadu in, and haw horn, entire
ly cITeclixe, ami Hint tho Turkish
warnhipx will ho iiuahle to 001110 Iroin
under Iho prolci'timi nf their fuiU.
TO VISIT PANAMA
WASIUN'dTtlN', Dee. 111. -lioi-ilunl
and .Mix. Tall, accompanied by
their iiivilei) jjnoMn, tiro prepaiint; (o
day to Iwtvo lmii);li( for Key Went,
I'hi., whoio they will einbuik for
I'aiiuma to it-it the cauiil roue.
The pumideiil unit party o.pcot to
eat I'IiiihIuiiih dinner in tho tiopics
and after a llireo da.Vh' lour of in
t-pcctloit nt tho lilfr ditch will lelurit
to WahhiuKlou. Tho trip will ocou
py Iwelvo day 8.
This is tho fifth dip of I'ichldout
Tuft lo Hid caimj y.ouo, Tho jounioy
Ik pot entirely 0110 of pleasure, as tho
president ihtoiuls to appoint Colonel
(IoiiIIimIh, chiof ent;lueer of Iho oaual,
j,'oernor of tho r.ono under Iho foith
(oiiiiiij,' ailmiulht ration.
ASKS $2,000,000 OF
UNCLE SAM FOR FAIR
W'ASIIIXOTON, Due. II). To pro
vide for 11 Koverumeut huildiu? and
exhibit at the I'nuumu 1'aeifio expo
sition in Kan Frunoihoo in 11)10, u
alor l'orkiim of California inlrodiieed
in Iho Hutiuto today 11 hill appropriat
ing ir'-'tOOU.QOO. Tho uieiiHiiro further
proitlorf (lint tho pivsident hu auth
oii.i'il (0 arraiiKO for a collection (0
ho exhibited, and thai a hoard of
ooutro'j bu u))oUi(o,
REPORTED FROM SEE POLICE FORCE WlBm
PORT 0E BIZANI Ai MANIAC FIGHT Wfm
10.000 spectators I mSLWSm(
MKMl'lllS, Trim., Dec. l!l.Vith
10,000 spectators tntehiiii: tho pro
Krvn of thi battle, (lie outiro t-Ace
;leMtrtuiciit of -Mciiifihi utliMupivil.to.
day to iliklod.'!' Adam Ikiehler, wha
barricaded hiuixrlf in htH homo after
cutting his wifc'M throat, nearly de
onpitiiliiitf Iter. Iloehler wat mor
tally Hounded finally, ami wan taken
lo tho hiihpital, where he died lit a
When the mliro deniaiidvil his sur
render Iloelilcr defied lliem. The en
tire departuient was then called out
and botfim (o attack the lioau during
which 1'oliecmaii ,Jom Woolen was
fatally shot in Iho chest and two
At noon Major ('rum ordered a
p'liera! charge and tho police climbed
to tho roof of Iho lioiihc, where they
bored holcji, jioiirinjj formaldehyde,
in the hope of driving tho man from
his hiding place. Meaawhilo llions
aiids of shots were tired.
riually Detective .Smidley and
lluil Kiiinod a position of vuntace
ami fired from behind a sheet iron
bin Hondo, mortally wonudiiio; Doeh
NUW YOUIC, Dec ID -William
1 McCoiiiIih, chairman of tho domo
eratlo national committee, will Into
today aiiuouuco tho appointment of
Kldrldito .Ionian, president of tho
.Morehauts' and MechanlcH' llauk of
WaNliliiKlon, as chairman of tho com
mit leo In ehaiKo of tho arraiiRomentti
for tho laatiKuratloa of President
Dloct Wood row Wilson.
ARCHDALD DEFENSE WILL
CLOSE THIS AFTERNOON
WAHIUNUTON, Due. 11). TJto do-
foiitso In tho trial of JuiIko Uohort W
Archhald of tho eommorco court,
chiirKcd with misconduct In office,
will close In Iho aoaato HiIh afturnoou,
tho tlmo limit not by tho Impoach
mout court. Hut fow eoimtora hoard
all tho tontlmony la tho caso, tho
mout porubitout llHtenora boltiK Sona
tora l.al-'ollotto, Hoot, Hood, Thoru
ton and Pomorouo.
BANKRUPT WHO SECRETED
PROPERTY IS CONVICTED
TACOAIA. Wn.. Dee. JO. Dr. A.
W. Lmlurti of Soaltlo, foniwrly of
Wiuloek, wiih found Kiillty in fedoral
uourt hy a jury lakt nijht of booivt-
nu properly while koiiii thrum: It vol
untary bankruptcy, lie will bo sen
tenced, Pwenilw ;o,
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1 yHLflfiMiHP$Bv2DTiVilaaaavHiH IN
ANDEKONB LA ftlflDY PEACE ENVOYS IN
SAN KUAN-CISCO, C.il., Dec 10
With a leiitatho proinlxo of it mutch
for Hud AnderHon with either tho
winner of (he lluriis-.Murphy fight or
"Hed" Watson More tho Oakland
Wheelmen January IS, Dirk Donald
tho noithwobtorn llhtselt;lit'a man
tiKor returned thin afturnoou to Mod
ford, Orogon, whero ho will pick up
his boy and ko to Vancouver, Wash.,
with him for the holiday.
Donald plans to brln Anilorson
to Kan KrnneUeo about January S.
After boolni; a number of IIrM
weight battles during his visit horu,
Donald Is more convinced than over
that Atulorson U tho master of thorn
"Hud looka belter than ever," ho
mild, "and tho $1 UQ I posted with
Jim Cotfroth koik with any of them
over the twoat) round route and this
Includes. Hltchlo Wolgust, Hlvors,
Mumlut, or nit) of tho top-notchors,"
AGAIN IS TEACHING
CHICAGO, Dee. 10.Kvcln Ar
thur See, founder of tho "absolute
life" cult, is today barricaded in his
"Icmplo" hero with four women nnd
KJrl followers, determined (o continue
his mystio leachiiiKS, which were in
terrupted when ho wast 111 rested bov
end months aj;o for tho abduction of
Mildred Htid(,res, a sovenlceu year old
"priestess." See was released on
Man 78, Weils Fifth Tlmo
WALLA WALLA, Wn., Dee. 10.
Curriuk II. ltount, 78, made his fiftjt
plunRo into inaliiiiiony today when
ho married Mary C. Hice, 01, of Chi
cago, Vv A.'
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Her Sons to Fight for
BATTERED BY SEA
HKDONDO HHACH, Cal., Dec. Jl).
Dashed on the rocks seton miU
south of ltedoudo Ikuclt, th body
of Chester Ijtwreuee, a 1,9$ Anj;e.L
newspaper man who started hist Sat
urday to fly fmm Iiik Hfiieh to
San l'Yniicisco with llorauu Kiwrjiy,
was foitud today.
The body wu positively identified
by Captain 1. A. Minor of Kndon.!.
Hcnch and other poivmu who had
known Lnwivueu. It wn liikun tp it
.Mifnl. lir Urn linili nf TvVmrnv liu..
(been nsiewed, hut water front men
believe it will not appear before an
other chungo of tho tide.
Lnwroiioe'h body was clad in it
Kniy swoater and heavy coat, both of
which had been pulled hill oxer the
head, ami his right baud was entan
gled in tho coat sIconcs. This made
it apparent tlmt he was drowned
while vainly trying lo divest himself
of hi.s. heavy clothing after boin
thrown into tho water.
A wilt eh which ilanjjled from his
coat poeket was badly buttered but
tho hour hand pointed to five. The
tniuuto hand was gone. This may
indicate tho ptobablo hour that Law
rence ami Kearny met their fate.
They bejjim their llixht shortly af
ter noon Saturday,
The man's face was badly battered
from its contact with tho rooky point
where the body was found. Tho nose
was broken and the head badly
l'ersons familiar.with tho currouts
in Crescent Hay believe tliu accident
that plunged tho men into tho water
occurred several miles north of this
place, his body beins: canned back by
Through want advcrtidluir you can
Bolcct tho best nvallablo attiiiugruph
er In the city quickly,
, SESSION ONLY A
LONDON, Dec. 10. Alter remain
ins in session but fifty-five minutes
today tho plenipotentiaries hero in
an effott to restore pence between
Turkey and tho llalkait btates ad
journed until Saturday afternoon
without coining to any definite tin
derstuiidiitg ruKurriinx the negotia
tions for a eltlcmont of tho war.
Tdio livuok envoys attended the
session today, (he Turkish represen
tatives, nt far as could bo learned,
not making any protest.
It -wart unofficially reported that
the itoiilorviioe adjourned to allow
the Halkau envoys to consult with
their respective governments regit til
ing tho Tuikish demand that Turkey
be permitted to to -victim I Adnanodt
IC the reipiest is refused, it is sitiJ,
the Turkish envoys have been in
structed to end negotiations.
ESPEE STOCKS TOUCH
LOW RECORD FOR YEAR
NKW YORK, Dec. 10. -Establishing
a now low reeoid for this yeai,
Southern Pacific stock touched 101
1-2 in (he opening dealings oil the
stock market today.
Mastodon Bone Found
SKATTLK, Dec. 10. A leg bono
of a huge mastodon U at tho city
hall today, having been dug up by
city employes, working in tho streotti
bore. It mensuies twenty-six niches
in oiioumfcrcuco at tho kucojoiut and
twenty-eight at the flute of tho thigh
where it was broken off, It is (10
inches long and weighs forty-eight
av Heanwwr "
. k.a. m. - lm.
MORGAN. IS ABLE
"A Man May Own All of th Mney
In Chrlstendam," He Declares, "lot
He Cannot Contrel It. He May
Control Commerce, Not Finance."
States That He Hasn't "Vast" Pmr
as Charged, or If He Has That He
Doesn't Feel It.
WASHINGTON, Dec- 1.3.- That
there Is uo way In Which any one matt
can gain control of a nation's money,
and dlctato Its uses, wan tho declara
tion of J. Plcrpont Morgan, on the
witness stand today before tho con
gressional Investigation committee. A
man be declared may control com
merce but not finances. ;
"A man," he declared, "may own
all of the money In ChrUtnedom but
he cannot control It."
Mr. Morgan testified at length to
day. "Aro you opposed to tho competi
tion?" L'ntermycr asked.
"No." Morgan replied, "I like a
llttto of It, but I faror co-operatlou
and concentration. "I want to talk
about this. It probably will be the
last cbanco I will have to say what I
want to say. I do not believe there
Is any way by which one man can
gain control of the nation's money.
You call this a money trust! A man
may own all the money In Christen
dom, but he cannot control it."
IVrfllM -Vast" Power
"Hut." persisted Untermyer, "If a
competitor of the steel corporation
wanted to start, and you owned all
the banks In New York, wouldn't you
want to protect tho Steel Company?
Would ho got tho money needed?"
"Dut you have vast power " be
"No," broko In Morgan. "I
haven't vast power. If I have, I
don't feel It."
"Haven't you seen Instances of
men gaining great control and having
"Only In somo lines." answered
Morgan. "I am talking of com
merce not of money. Commercial
control Is possible, but not financial
Referring again to tho xteol cor
poration, Morgan said tho organiza
tion of the corporation was accom
plished without written contracts
Just by mere correspondence. Mor
gan and Company, ho said, domluatcd
tho ontlro orgaulzatlou.
"Only n Million or so"
Onco Attorney Untermyer asked
Morgan how much stock ho person
ally owned In tho National City Hank
and tho National Dank of Commerce.
Tho financier yawned wearily.
"Oh, I don't know," ho answered.
"A million or so.'
Tho crowd laughed, Morgan Join
ing in after bo realized how ho had
(Continued on page 3.)
CLOSED BY STATE
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dee. 10.
Assistant United Stutes District At
torney Nool today closed his case
against tho union leader on trial
hero for illegally transporting dyuu
mite, with tho demand tlmt they bo
given tliu full penulty prescribed by
law. Ho clmructerued tliu accused
men "as monster criminals, perjur
ers, dibrespectors of the law, und
Attorney Crura, of counsel for the
defense, followed Noel. Senator
John W, Kern, chief counsel for the
union men, will follow Crura.
After tho defense Huh finished its
arguments, United States District
Altornoy Charles Miller will close
for the prosecution. lie U expwtwl
to speak two ami a kalf ly,
" y-kMl' 'v