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    Medford Mail Tribune
SECOND
EDITION
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iMBDFOUD, OWtidON, MONDAY, DKClWim 2.J, 1912.
NO. 204.
PEACE CONFERENCE 10 ENO BALKAN WAR P05IP0NED AFIER
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DEADLOCK
I K iii i f ni tft i ft ir
ALLIES REJECT
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DEMAND
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Permission lo Revlctual Atlrlnnoplc
Refused nrul Pence Mcetlny Post
poned Until After Christmas Holi
days. Envoys as Far as Ever From Am-ce-Iniis
Desire- to Consult Home Governments.
LONDON, Dec 23 Hope Mint
(Iik meeting of Turkish mid nullum
envoy hero will result In pen In
two Near Kant cot u shock today
when conference lo that end hope
lessly deadlocked, wore abandoned
until Haturdny.
Thii lmpaie rnmn over tho de
mand of tln Turkish Hint they bo
permitted to roilctiinl Adrlauoplo
iMtftiro proceeding to u discussion of
the term to end tho war. Hot n
tuer nitnliint this conrelnn, tlui Hal
knii envoy flatly refused to yield.
Then came, tlio niinouiicoiniiiit thl
v'iiliivc that tlm conference would
go over until Halurday on nccount
of tho Christmas holiday.
I'nr 1'nnii Agreement
This. II I belluvcd U a mrt glo
lug over of tlio fact, and n subter
fuge to ion con I tho certainty thnt
the envoy are a far a ever from
agreement. In fact, It wn eml-of-flolully
admitted that all tho envoy
want fiirthfiftlmo to-consult thrlr
home government ticforo taklttR tho
final stop whloli will mean xaco or
war.
Ileforo resumption of tho confer
enee hero toilay between onto) of
Turkey nuil tlio llnlkun allies, tin
Turkish delegate slated tlioy would
persist In their demand thnl Turkey
be permitted to ro-vlrdinl Arlnnnpln.
It l conceded thnl n crlsl In tho ne
gotiation will ho reached nt tho
foniml meeting tliU tiftnriiiHiu.
TIik envoy mot officially nt four
o'clock. Ilufnro RoltiK Into confer
ence. It wan admitted tlmt a rotimp
Hon of tho witr wn polbln unless
oim side or tho olhor loldcd on tlm
Adrlnnnplo mutter. I'romlor D.ineff
officially Hinted that miles tlm Turku
withdraw their r- let mill Itir de
mand, the lliilliiin allien' delegate
limy recommend n resumption of Iiob-
tlllllOK.
Turku DUkuoI llulkiuit
lief ore tho formal confuri'iico today
(ho (iiivo)h L'ouforrmt ut their hotel.
Tho llulkun envoys declared (hey
were illKUteil with tho uttKudn of
the TurkM hut (lio Inttor strenuously
ileiilml thnt (hoy wore idnyliiK for
time mul ileclnroil Iholr demand wor
made In good fnltli.
CHRISTMAS FOR THE POOR.
In order tluil Simla OIiiiih may visit every family in
iMcdford, iifiiiicH of Hiohc in Hir'nitoncd or destitute
cinMiiiiHlnnccM tdiould be turned in at once. .If you
know of any pernon or family in need, Kund word nt
oneu lo Mayor (Janoii, or lo tlio 1Mb or K. of V. relief
commit teen or phono
TIIK M A Hi TR 1 1 JUNK
iMain,'l021.
TWENTY-NINE NEW YORK SUFFRAGISTS START OUT ON LONG
HIKE TO INVADE THE STATE LEGISLATURE AT ALBANY
TURKISH
WA
3UFFER BIG DEFEAT
E
RUNNNG BLOCKAD
CONhTANTINOl'I.K, D.. -,:l.
ItrporlK tlmt (lie Turkt-li wnrtdiip
have Mlfferfd ii new ilelci.t in nil ef
fort lo run the (hrvk litockadt' of
(lie llanlnuelrt wviv nffn-ially con
firiMfil hr (fcxluy. Nn informntmn
wna kimmi out In the tinning in-
Hii'lH whn h heavy Onu'k fir ilriv
liln Twrklxli eMrlii hack.
It m iiImi iifririnll.V "talCfl lllTH lUat
the Orvok (rrfn whloli nrw attempt
ini; lo win their wnv (41 .Ihimun lime
finnllv liwn rrp'ile nft-r flvo tin) a
of rohtititi'oi" mul liliiixly fiithtinK.
The Turki-li ilr.nl iirliiili Mjnvid
I'iihIih, 'iiiiiiiiiiiiili'r of the M'entli
11 nn v i I'll'-
5IATE BUND SCHOOL
OAKLAND. l'4l.. Dec 23 Ailuila
klon that are roKrik'd nn mintalnliiK
koine of the clmrccn preferred hy In-
111 a ten of tho adttn ludimtrldl nchool
for (he blind In Oakland worn Jimdo
when (ho lu4iitlKiitloii wim riiiiiin'd
hero today. Director John P. Knit
ilolph ndiiiltted uudor iiuuHtlonliiK by
Chiilrmuu Meyer thnt the iimml aup
per meiiiio coiulstfd of Ixmiih, prune
mul IiIhouU nuil (III nf(er tho men
htul worked hard nil day. lie thought
It wn miffleleiit, veliiuteerlnt: tho lu-
foriuutlon thnt the majority of peo
ple over-oat.
Director John I. I r lull wn furred
to admit thnt two widely varyliiK
report had been mihmltted to the
Ktnte. one thnt tho bulldliiKH wero In
ndeiuuti mid nnotlier thnt tho bullil
Iiikh were 11 credit to the tnte.
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OF
BY
INDA
BOMB
HURLED Al HOWDAH
New York Underworld Indictments
NI'.W VOItIC, Dee. 23. Tho apo
rial Krnud Jury empaneled to luvenll
Kale nlli'Ked pollen KrnttliiK from
women of the umlenMirld returned
ludlntmniiu today iiKiilimt I'atrolmau
John Hkolloy, Kolnnioii Wolff, it II
(iior dealer, mul llnmnuol Mim.i, n
mmiiifueturor of lKcr bottle. The
IndlitliieiitH aliened bribery
111 1 111 t...t n.... ! i'i... tin.
.r. I...., ,iii(, ,!-,. ...,. I Hill !! :
011 I'hurleM Iliu-liii4e, ieeru of In -1
ilia, wlio vwu injured hj 11 ImudIi Imtl
en ut hut liuwilali, or luifket, mi the
vleem.v' eleihiuil, In not i-eriuiihlv
wniuidiHl U the rjnirt of miikioiih
iiltemllntr liim liere lodnr'.
1tli. llillllli WBM llltrliljl rriitti 1, li.kiift '
top, willl?tnr (he viprmy in lie
ahouliler and killing one. of liw nl
IwiilanU. Another ntleiiilMiit wn
woiiiiiIimI eight lime. The wii"iiii
ll'MHlll.
miv Ilarilinire rtiiuli'il at the
hoel; hut wiw unhurt ml hoon re
itiveroil.
At the reipir-t of llamn IlMnliiiKe
tlio itiwriMiiMi tMinlinucil lo Delhi
fort, where Kir (luy DmtitluH Aruthur
netwiiml, finnnee muiutier of the
eouueil of Imllu, held (he Durhur.
J It wna lew rued Inter thnt nn tin-
itieiituii'd hoy in the eroutl whh
hlnirl; by fnipnriitK of the bom!) mul
killed. Several unlives wore nbo in
jured. IVripueulfi of tuelul Mtruek
lliiriliue IhiTo time-, in the hnek hut
did not iM'iictrnlo tho fle-li.
A rowtinl of iffiOn Iiiih lieeit offered
for the uiiplure of (he hotnli-thniwer
nuil u douhle Kuari! Iiiih heen dueed
uhoiit (he ii'o lecul residence mul
Port Delhi.
No elue lo Ihe idenlily of tho eul
prit litis heeit obtained.
10 SCHOONERS LOST
IN STORM ON GULF
MOlllJ.i:, Ala.. Dee. 'J'J. -Thnl tlio
entire erows of Ihe ltntinh Hehoouers
CnrtcKCtm mul (leoriann, iuelinlinj,'
the family of Cnptuiu Woods of (ho
lulter vwhoJ, nuiuherine; in nil twun-ty-two
pentoiiN penHhed in tho recent
hurricniic which swept over tlio (lulf
of Mexico nfler dolroyiiiK miitiy
lowim in the Woet lnditti, is tho ro
port n'eeived liere loduy.
Tho two hohoouerH went down be
tween Ciiyuinuu iNliiudn mul .lumuieu
the udvieert huv. No won! from eith
er hlup linn heen ireeivcd miico No
emher l.V
rm Vti7cs ' m iBRJH.. -A 'nllEV
" WVyr,:XZ ' 'imil HiHI
T&?&imTm ilKaiin 91
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m mm
, TRAFFIC CHIEFS
i ARE INDICTED
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jurrrtex&Ta
huCJRiu
OH MARCH WITH KNAPSACKS
MRS. INEZ CRAVEN
i I'll 11 of iulliun'w'br.il. JirUUlnK oter nllli OuwurTriue pliil, twenty-nine auffrasUU aro on their way from
New Yrk ct ( Ati-iny. N. V.. i linade I lie New York Nale lj;lkiturv with their "Vote fer wouieD!" Tlic
ilMnme i I :7 ii'ile. nod tin iviijir uf Hie liriude nro vry nnxlout to make the "hike' In record time. Not ouly
I l( thrlr m'en.ion ' 'unde Alliti but ii)m t re.iii lu u m.iny convert a ponlliV on the wnv
The nloie ph.i .j.Tnph niiw ,hi ttitrt of Mie pjrude each woman with her walking (ii k nuil a pack on her
back Mr Intr 1'nr'ii, one if the inott rnlhulatlic leader, I pk-lured kinoklns a cipirelle w'Mte on the march.
DEMURRER IN !$12,000 DAMAGES
MEDFORD RATE
BILL OVERRULED
PORTLAND, Ore. Doc. 23. Fed
eral JiiiIrw Wolvertou today over
ruled tho demurrer filed by tho state
railroad commliudau agnlnxt the
chnruo of nine railroads dolus biinl
iiena In tho etato to tho effect thnt
tho Medford rate bill I too Intangible
to bo ntrlctly followed, nud the
cliiuticti that onn be Interpreted are
altogether too nrhlttviry.
Tho Mtalo wax ghen until January
tith o luiw enuao why a permnneut
Injunction should not he filed against
tlio bill. A temporal Injunction
has nlrendy been icctirod.
AWARDED BY JURY
FOR BOY'S DEATH
BOWERS ASKS GOUNTY TO PAY COSIS IN MEDFORD BRIDGE CASE
Prominent Citizens and Lcaillnn Tax
payers Leave Dowers Holdliio tho
Sack In tlio Injunction Proceed-Inns.
"Atlomoy llrlggn fur lluutoii Unw
orn ieiiumleil tiat I ho county pay the
comIh for Mr. Ilowora In tho Medford
bildgo eiiBu appeal, mul offered not
to iihU ii rehearing In tlio v.iho If tho
county iiKieed to tlio piopimal,"
HlutcH County Jiiduo J, It. Noll. "I
told him thnt the county would do
nothing of tho uort, im fur nu tho old
court wuu cuncorued, mul lie would
lmvti to deal with tho uuw court.
Thero Ih no i'cmhoii why Mr. Ilowora
bliould nut pay IiIh own cohIh."
Mr, IlilggH thou ujipealod In Judge.
elect Ton Velio, who Htulud thnt tho
old court would huvu to uettlu old
inattoitt nu tlio now court would not
cuiiHlilor It,
It lu u hard luck utory that Mr,
llrlggH tolla of "loading cltUuna mul
heavy taxpayer" who nldod mul
uhuttiut Mr, Ilowora lu hrluglui; tho
Injunction procoodlnuB, promising
financial support, mul now leaving
HuworH to hold tho nuuk and foot tho
IiIIIh hlmuoir, Ono uf tlio wcnlthloat
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BHBKiiiMBi3WBIIT"!iwm'
IBBBBWBwMkJifttvLMyyi .- w' " iff Lu3iifVT,'rfTitffcAfflKftft ifl
A verdict for SluViOl) wuh relum
ed by tho jury iu (he dnmnc otiit
brought by Jnino T. llniisluirty for
$'.15,000 iiKuiiMt the Oroj;oii-Cnlifur-nin
l'owor oompany for the deuth of
Iiir. mu, who wuh killed lust priu);
nt jMekbonvillo by nu eleelrio eurrunt
while in tho employ of tho eompaiiy.
The ordiet wiw leliirued Snttuiluy.
The eiiKO will ho lamented.
YoiuiK MuiiKheity who employed
liv Ihe eleelrio commny n ii liiieinnu
and wns ut work on the top uf a polo
near .InoUonville when ho umnu in
eontuet with it lio win wliiuh in
htuutly killed him.
It. !;. Jtomuiti ivpneiiteu uie
nluiutilf mul A. O. Uoiich und W, l.
Mealey tho ilel'endnuts.
MASH
RAILROAD
CONTROL OF ALL
PRVATE
ANAL
Mellen of New Haven and Chamber
lain of Grand Trunk Accused of
Criminal Restraint of Trado In
Maklnfj Combine,
Seven Specific Overt Acts Involving
Various Stens of Alleged Conspir
acy Are Cited.
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NEW YOItK, Dec 2.1. Indictment
charging criminal restraint of trado
wero returned bx tho United States
grand Jury hero (oiiiy against Presi
dent Mellon of tho Now York, Now
Haven and Hartford railroad; Presi
dent Chamborlln of tho Grand Trunk
railroad, nnd Alfred Smlthcrs, chair
man of tho Grand Trunk board of
director
The Indictments arc tho remit of
nn Investigation which showed an al
leged traffic agreement between the
Orand Trunk and tho New Hoxen
Hues.
Doth Mellen and Chambcrjln want
ed to testify before tho grand 'jury
but their requests wore denied on
Ibo ground that they would gain im
nunlty by so doing.
Tho Indictments reviews at length '
trade relations between the Now
Haven and Grand Trunk lines. It
alleges seven specific over nets, In
volving the various-Htepa -t alleged
negotiations bctweea Mellen, Charri
berlln and m It hers.
Tho general counsels for tho Now
Haven and Grand Trunk systems
were notified that they must bo able
to produco Mellen. Chamborlln and
Smlthem In court either late today or
tomorrow to enter tho pleas. Tho
government, It was said. Is deter
mined to rush their trials.
SEARCHERS SEEK LOST
F!
Tho rolnforccd roucroto utructura nt Medford, litigation over which hnu JttBt boon ended iu tho supremo court
tnxpayorti, from whom auueh moral
oucouragoiuont hau boon recolvud,
oanio throuiih when sollcltod, with
tho munlflcont sum of su mul tho
rest hnvon't put nnythlng in tho col
lection pinto lioiico tho ChrUtmus
appeal to tho county for holp.
Mr, Dowora, It lu said, will plnce
tho matter of u rehearing In tho
hands of JudBo I. U. Wobstor of
Portland, when ho visits that city
shortly.
WILSON TO SLEEP
IN
PIJINCinON, N. J . Dee. 23. In
tho snmo bed lu which Woodrow Wll
uon first opened his oyes to tho world
lu Stuuutou, Vn., December US, tsr.G,
ho will o(cii them again on tho
morning of December 2S, l'Jia, his
fifty-sixth birthday,
Tho presldcut-clect soiuo tlino ago
arcopted an Invitation to attend n
Julillco colebratlou In his honor at his
birthplace and sleep again In the
nunso whoro his fathor, a Prcsby
toriau preaehor lived and whero ha
spont must of his- boyhood days.
YOUTH WHO KILLED
FATHER HELD FOR TRIAL
l.OS ANOBLKS, Dee. '.M. Martin
Kiekeit, 14 yours of ng;e, who shot
mid killed liib father, Daniel ltiekct,
was held on n lnurdor elmi'sjo with
out bail by Jolieo Judj;o CliOhburo
hoi-o today. Mrs. ltiakart mid her
other tlueo sous uueompmiicd tho boy
to court.
WASHINGTON, Dec. S3. That
Corporation Commiesloner Conant's
report on Inter-state waterways trnf
flrc will result In an extension of rho
O'Sbaughnossy reolutlon now before
tho house urging a congressional
probe Into tho New York. Now Haven
und Hartford railroad to lucludo u
general Investigation of control of
waterways Is tho expectation horo
today.
Tho democrat probably demanded
legislation tondtng to remedy present
conditions where rallroal mid steam
ship combines huvu destroyed compe
tition. It Is assorted that tho rail
roads now control nlnoty por cent
of tho private cauals of tho country.
TOO PROUD TO BEG,
SNATCHES POCKET BOOK
SAN FKANflscO, Dee. J3. "A
hungry man can bo too proud to bo
but not loo good to fteal," was tho
oxplunntion given liere today by 1). C.
(.'hUiim, iirroted' nt inidiiiht for
Miutchiui; n puio from Miss Caro
line Kwiu nt tho SaiiMililn Ferry.
Chium ay his father is iv tato
offteiul of Teuno&see, nud liis hmtli
er mi officer in tho navy. He uto
rnvenouslv when fed hv the lwliee.
ST. JOHN'S, N. V., Dec. 23. Hop
ing to fiud survivors of the Furncas
I.lno Steamer Florence which found
ered on tho ledges west of St. Shotts
Friday with 22 members of her crow
aboard, searchers' left Trepassy to
day. The coast is honeycombed with
small caves and huts and hopo Is en
tertained that somu ut tho crew
reached land safely.
Second Mato J. Hedloy, who with
four others loft tho Florence lu a
small boat seeklug a suitable landing
place, and who brought news of tho
disaster to Trepassy, expects to aid
tho searchers this afternoon If sut-'
flclontly rocovered.
AMERICAN WOMAN FREED
IN PARIS UNWRITTEN LAW
PARIS, Dee. '2'X Mine. Bloeli who
shot and killed Mrs. Uridxcmuu, nu
Amerieun, iu the luttor'n uparlment
bcverul mouths ago, beemtu the be
lieved Mr, llridgemmi had htoluu
Hloeh's love, wtib iieipiitled hero to
day of tho charge of murder.'
Tho trial Ijean this inorniii,'. At
torneys ri'preontini Mtue. Diocli
ldeuded Iho "unwritleu law."
New Year's Issue
In wcordmico with its annual custom tho rail Tri
buno will on Now Year's day issno a special edition
descriptive of the growth and progress of Medford and
tho Rogue river valloy during tho past year.
The issue will bo profusely illustrated and bo ro
ploto with cuts and maps descriptivo of tho valloy's de
velopment. This is tho only chauco to sond your friends tho
story of tho valloy brought np-to-dato, to lot tho world
know what wo are doing in tho march of progress.
Sond in orders early for extra copies. Prico 5 cents.
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