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MUDFOIID, ORKCION, TJIl'RNDAY, DKCVMUKll 20, 1012.
TRIAL OF 48 ALLEGED DYNAMITERS ENDED
FATE NOW IN
M 0 0
New Fads In Twice Tolil Story ol
Dynamiting! Brought Burns'
Great Dctrctlve Work Consisted In
Huckln's Betrayal ol Companions.
Over COO Witnesses for Prosecution
Defendants Made General Denial
Trial Costs Quarter Million.
INIIIANAI'Ul.tH. Iml . Dee 2(5
New fuel In (tin twice-told Inlo of
ilMiuiulUiigs which reached a cllmiu
In Out intltdrr of nineteen persons III
tlin Uni Angeles TIiikm explosion
with given In the trial Jtttit ended
Im r. At Hie eoiniiisloii lit t'rotocu
tor Miller's adilrit, Judge Anderson
Imijtmii liittriicUous to tho jury this
Millnr I'tnmul hi iirRtiini'iit Tor tin
IHDM'iMiHiMi ut I itVlool., ilri'lnriiiK
Hint if the jtity failed In ruiiviel nr
t uf the defendant it wintlit Im mi
vm'iIiikIIiik disgniut' In tin einiutrv
Indue Anlii4iti at mice lieu-nil it'inl
in hia iiluincti li Hm jury.
Tim iliifi'iiilaiilM, wild thrir wive
mill other i dative, followed tit-'
iiiiitlV iiilniiliniis mlli til i Ihm'M
allKiitniii. Tile ilnrciiiliiiilN nut llntv
ili'rp I'lieuijt lint i'iiiiiI.
In Ills I'lmir, Judge Anderson ni
slnicled Hie jut) that II mail follow
the I'KintV lutorpicliitiiiii ol llio law.
lint that it mint nut I'liiimilcr lh.it
Hit court' nis thereby nttrmptluj: In
ntiv way to runt ml itn judgment.
Tin rnllowliiK rat' I worn linuiftlil
out in ihu (Hal:
Herbert it. Hockln. former seorn
I a r -trod surer of tin International
Asmiiallon uf Iron winkers, who Or
Hit .Mc.Mnulgal said started lilm on his
il)imiiiltlu career, was umiili'il by
Hire government MltintwxtM unit uuiii-
itoiih oxhlhlts at tin' betru)er of Ills
lllllllH' llelltllvn Wink
Tlu "grout" detective work of
William J. Iturittt vnm shown to have
HI II Ml n t wl In llouklu telling I. L
.lew ell. manager for a klriirtiir.il
h( en I concern, who In was that mum
ilirim; thn "Julm" all onr the conn
try nml Jewell totil llnriiH. Later
llorklu personal!) "itouhlorroMniil"
his follows to Dunis.
llorklu's motive miih said to havn
bewi a ilimlro to displace J. J. .Mo
Nnintiru us sccrotar) -treasurer of Hie
union. Wlnm .MuNutnura went to
Jail, a confessed d)iiamller, llochlii
was given thu officii. When the gov
enuiient'H gnus were Imlueil on I loo
Kin ilmluit llui prohoht trial he huh
forced by hla follow officers to re
WIIHuni J Hum ami hi sou Itiiy
nioiiil Imth ailuillluil that wlillo they
THE GREEK III, CROWNED WITH VICTIMS. IKES il STRIDES IS IIORLD POWER.
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v i flBs vWHBWBMMBr55KataJiiHMBr.. . Vjjj'tjJBBWWv barbarossa
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the Qreeex. navy n paler.on bay
Tin? tiunoriirrr ot the Orit?W lloct an ut at thU time Mnj: niitcliiil ery mrefuliy ty thu outlru worliL Much lc(niN ou the (Jrvck niivv In the precnt trusi;Ie hctwri-u Orewe and
Turkey, nml . Imirul KoiiniluiirintN him ruril i(. icif thoroughly i.aMhlo of buudllui: the ituatlou fur (uo Urvvks. Suvcral tlmvi he ba outwItuM the TurkUh Aduilral udU has furad the
auIimii'k diit 'firxii in emit d!ordrr.
Tin' hi in lit rniliiT IlltirKloi AM'rolT, of which Ciiiuiii.i tioimnianl l In pommnnd. I- conldi'mt one of the bot built rcieM In the firvrk nnty. It wn the Olorplo Aieron. the Ort-ck
tlnsxhli' wliii h. enlliiK to reNiri. jUi.cHtKtJ lu tirunlcall) iIcmi-jj1 i- tln 'J'nrkUh war htp. the KlicyrKsl lln IUruiroia. In thli b.ntlr the TurkUh Aduilrnl, llalll I'm-lia. nud nix of till oUl
. wcrt1 rrMMttl uiilrd.
(C'oiillnuod on 1'uko h'l vu.)
FORCES CUT IN
WAHIIINC.'I'O.V, Dee. UtJ.Tho
riml round In thu Ioiik drawn out
hattlo which U oxpnutoil hotwinui thu
poHl officii diiparliuiuit and thu ox
IHi'hh i:oniiiinU)H iIiioukIi thu oiiorit
tloti of thu new parrotM pout lum lieon
foiiKht htiro a h a ichiiU uf tho plan of
n Ban DIuku, Cal., mail to Htart whip
ping to .Vow- Voih two cailoadH of
pni'r a by thu Kovornuiunt Hurvlcu.
Tho piiHt office ilupaitiuuut ro
iuImmI word thut tho Hun DIuko whip
pur liituudcd lo Blurt hlu ahlpmonln
In .lauuary tiudor thu zouo Hyutum
which would muko thu poutat rutu
D( cciiIh for an olidil puund pucUiiku,
II'I'iIiik HiIh thu uxirvun compaulcit
at (iiicij cut Ihulr pniiiu ratu for thu
h'iiiui dlvtauru tu IlTi could on ulcht
U'lv u.xpuctud thut operation of tho
nrrv pcrttul Hyutum will foicu uutu lu
tunny varltlim of muichumlluu
throiiKhout thu country uat an thoy
did lu tlio prunu wur,
.Mt'iU'onI, iuIIhi Ini'il nml wmii (i
the null or n ( In itnmx I't'lcliiution
awoke I In iiiiuiiiiik to liml a pt'i'lci't
iluy, nml imuiu '.uiiinl In iU wink.
Sluettluir. well Jilli'U. Ime all heen
einplicil, the ImhIuiV upply of
"Kooiliua" luik hceii illiiiililalinil lea
iiic only n joyful ii'iuimlvr of the dus.
Thu Iniatlu anil Hlir in the Iiuiiiii
ilii-lrieli- Inu ihuppoil off I rum the
yiuh of thu niNt week mid tutid
i'IoI'Km mo HKiiiii iMriiiliniiiK In Ivel
It who n KH'iil ('hiiftimiM. Ol
cuiiihe im imiu koI it? inui'li u limy
Kino hut it'n nil in (he itmim. All
hud a uii'iit lime inn) ImikIiI. Iieiulv,
clieciy Cliriktinuti icrliiiK hililml
iiuek mid I oi ii .veslciilny iiienu
Thu iolal nml o.in liiinini In
tin fit nxNimu'il Blent pcupnilioiu
mis M'tir, nut mo ui I icon Kept up
with I heir wnik iniil oulv delay in
utiiviil eniiM'il Hut proonU In lie
lain. ThoiikaiiiU of pael,nue wcie
iveeived in the eily nml worn pnuiipl
The Klks, K. of P. mid I lie eily
uiliel' micicI hiiu lo il Hint Ihu needy
t'liniilics in Hm oily were U'lueiuhered.
Siilihliinlial fooil us well us eiuuly,
iiiiU mid toyx wem left nml in Hiu
whv u ClirlMiiiiih was pioviilt'il wheiu
lioiiu otliurwiu woulil liau t'Mhled,
l.ou hour of iiivoMipiliou wine put
In mill it is lielicM-il Hint no ouu was
o oi looked.
The I lilted Stcs will adxerti
for Imls lor the eiei Imn ol .MeilTi id's
new pi'xlul'llce huilillni: ilil'im; the
lant ipiaiter in 111 UK turonlii'K '" a
letter iiieeiveil Wediii-day by 1'cu.t
miixter Wiiiidlonl fiMin Senntor
Iloimie. It is iinpi-ilile to aiUiinee
tin mutter uciMnlniK to Hie ,-eimlipr,
Mr. Wooilfnitl look the umtiei up
with Seiiutor Itnuine tlui in tin lat
ti'i's i went i-it lie to. On his ie
lliril lo Viioiiii(iiii he iut'ii-i.ted
IiiiiIiiik thut hid- would he eul'cil fur
i t the end of u t enr
HEAVY GALES SWEEP
COAST OF ENGLAND
IMiYMOlfl'll, .KiikIuiuI, Dee. -. -Terriliu
iilus are swee)'uiK thu emist
of ICiikIiiiiiIi thu Iosh mid dnmiiKO
lo jii-opeily Ih exicutcil lo lie heavy.
Thu ltnu.iliun Mteaium' (Io.mis mid
two Hiihuoiieirt alieudy liau been tc
OKU I. Dee 20 Daron UardlnKC.
leuro) of India, who wan baill)
wounded when an axsahslu'u dynu
mlto houib blew him from thu book
of an elephant duiliiK a dm hat hero,
U much hotter today. Ho lum lung
pain and uo fevur, but It will ho three
weekH befoie ho Is sufficiently ro
eovored to ichuiiio hU dm leu.
New Year's Issue
In iiccordaiicu with its annual custom the Mail Tri
bune will on New Year's day issue a special edition
descriptive of the growth andprogress of Medford and
the Rogue river valley during the past year.
The issue Avill be profusely illustrated and be re
plete with cuts find maps descriptive of the vallev's de
velopment. This is the only chance to send your friends the
story of the valley brought up-to-date to let the world
know what we are doing in the march of progress.
Send in orders early for extra copies. Price 5 cents.
iLEDF0RD :NLVIL TRIBUNE.
CITY ELECTION WiL
BE CLOSED TON
Ui'Klfttrotlon In the clt) reached a
total ot 17RU votes Tuesday night and
Indications urc that when tho ropU
J tratlun board closes Its final nesslon
' tonight that Iuk than 2000 otes will
ho enrolled whereas the uumbur
should bo lu thu neighborhood of
I Today Is tho final da) for resistor-
i iiik i nose wno Miiou to register
' will not be ablo to lotu on Junuar
tt aniens tht are sworn lu mid lu
cue of a riibh man will bo dU-
HELD BY TURKS
Furious Fighting In Progress at Ja
nlna Despite Snow and Sleet
Greeks Steadily Pourjdlng Away
Cholera Spreads Among Bulgarians
Turkey to Submit Counter Plan for
Settlement of War, Details Yet
ATIIBNS, Dec. 2C Dcsiiatclies re
ceived here today from tho Orcek
front say that furious fighting Is
again In progress In thu district of
Janlna. Storms of sleet and snow
arc hampering tho operations ot
both armies, but tho Greek are
steadily poundlnic away at tho forti
fications which bar the way to tho
olty of Janlna, Turkey's last strong
hold to oppose tho Creek advance.
ST. PRTKflSUUHO, Dec 2C
Despatches received here today from
tho Uulgarlan front at TchatuIJa say
that cholera Is rapidly spreading
there. Czar Kerdlnaud has Issued
an official admonition to the soldiers
to strictly obey the army saAltary
LONDON'. Dec. 20. Envoys of
Turkey and the Balkan allies who re
mained here over Christmas were
the guests at a large number of so
cial functions today. Diplomats here
are 'eagerly speculating its to what
will be proposed lu Turkey's counter-plan
for a settlement of the Bal
kan war. The Turkish envoys hero
profess not to know the character of
the proposals which they say ore eu
route from Constantinople.
FEATURE OF MARKET
XKW YOKK, Dee. 'JO. Local true
tioiis were Hie feature of the opening
.took market today. The usual len
ders were ery dull. Tho tuuu of
the market was Finn. Holiday condi
tion., still prevailed, (-peculation be-
nit: ut u minimum. 0wiu; to trailing
beini; Mispoudcil abroad, traders took,
little iutereit in the ilenliuxs lieio
except for ol iipAration in epvciul
tie. Third Axenue roe 5-8 mid
IJrooklyn Truiisit 11-4. Thu market
elor-ed finu. but dull.
HUDSON, N. Y., Dee. 20. Thu
five HiiffraKutturt who are struggling
throiiKh tho snow on a, walk from
New York to Albany Btarted fiom
huio today. Their destination from
hero today Is Btoekport, flvo miles
Huroatter tho dally wulks of thu
HiiffniKuttea will bu short, although
Hm roads now aro much bettor thuu
thoy'wero (gr thu last fow dttys,
Hintl.lN, Dee 2rt. in answer to
hundreds of letters, telegrams und
cablegrams that Dr, l'roilorlck Franz
Krtedinaiiu Is reielviiiK nsklui; whon
ho will give out Ills now- famous
tuberuulobls remedy to the world, Dr.
Prlodmaun declared' today that he
had nut et arrived at a decision as
to what plan he will follow In mak
ing his reined) available lu all parts
of tho world,
One thing which Is making Dr.
I'Vledui.tun slow to glvo out his dis
covery was tho exporlonco of Profes
sor Uhlileh, discoverer of "GOO". It
Is claimed that thu moment Khlrlch
announced he had given several
phials of his ho rum to ph.vslclans,
scores of unscrupulous doctors In
America advertlted that they wore
treating with "tiOG" and ns high as
$200 an injection was charged, when
im a matter of fact they did not havo
a drop of tho remedy.
MANILLA. Dec 20. Wireless des
patches received hero today from tha
army transport Sheridan which Is en
routu to San Francisco bay that
Chaplain L'dward Chase of thu thir
teenth Intuitu) died at sen of puuu-mpniu,
Ni:V YOKIC, Dee. -'. "The bibli
cal statement that it is more bloctl
tu give than receive i proving itclf
elearer," said Andrew Carnegie in
un interview' heie le.ilti) wjtli the
United 1'ivss, eeiieeniim: the holiday
"Moil are fiudiiisr niuro mpl niore,
thut thuy should love Hietr ueij:li
bor us tlieuixelve-," eoiitinued the
ironuiustur. "I think homo luisi-iou.
heslowiiiif ussi-tauee on our putiroi'
lirethitu around ui mo fur umru im-
liortmit than loieiu mi-i-ious. I
think (he spirit of ClirUliuus giving
is u good tiling.
"It is good to give at any time.
Christmas happen to be a holiday
mid cannot but he a better time for
t'iviiij,'. ThU does not apply to lieh
people who exchange valuable gitts,
bereft of all eliarituhle feeliuv"."
OF PERSIA MURDERED
TKHKUAN. Dec. 20 - As a result
of a violent attack of llukhatlau
tribesmen on tho gendermos e.-nort-
lug M. Muruard, tho HelgUu who
succeeded W. .Morgan Sinister as
treasurer general of Persia, tho Del
glaii government today strongly pro
tested to the government here.
.Moruard, lu answer to a siimmoiih
arrived at the premier's residence
and found thu courtyard filled with
uugry tribesmen. When they wore
lufovued that there wus no money
for them tho attack began. .Mor
uard appealed to the Uelglau minis
ter for protection.
FEAR OF GENERAL WAR
HKKLLV, Dee. '(!.--The gouurul
fear of war vvhieli lum been sweeping
over eentrnl Kuropo is giving a
t-tnipg impetus to emigration. About
8,000 suited from Hi emeu mid Hum-burg-
in one day for North nud South
SlIATTLK, Wash , Dee 2G F. K.
Ilerguon, It, real estate dealer, was
found dead lu a hotel room this
morning, a bullet hole In his left
temple and a glass containing strych
nine, ut his side. He registered at
the hotel last night and evidently
killed himself soon after. The bed
was untouched. No reason could be
learned for bis suicide,
OVER SAM NI'VEY
IN FIERCE BETTLE
SYD.VKY. N. S. W, Dec. 20. Af
ter u (outest. which for flerconess bus
not been equalled fur )ears lu Aus
tralia, Sum Luugford decisively
knocked out Sam McVoy lu tho thir
teenth round ut tho Stadium todu).
.McVey had thu advantage lu thu
opening sessions but lu thu fourth
round Luugford got lu a smashing
series of rights and lefts to the facu
and body and sunt his opponent to
the flour for the count of nine, .Mc
Voy arose with blood pouring from
his mouth und thereafter put up a
plucky, clever, but uiiglngorful fight
until thu thirteenth when a terrlflu
onslaught by Ltngford drovu him tu
the ropes over which he hung lu a
helpless condition. McVey thuu col
lapsed on thu floor and at tho count
of nine, endeavored to regain his feet,
but tho punishment ho had received
was too severe and hu toppled back
Doth tho blacks weie in excellent
condition and .McVey was not so
uurvous us lu his provlous eugago
meats with Luugford. Tho latter
gave a splendid exhibition of boxluif
and was both fast nud fierce,