Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, December 26, 1912, SECOND EDITION, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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LINCOLN, Nob.. Doc 3C "Tlio
democratic, party Ik roIiik lo Iiiwo
another struggle. Jn the Bniintu nnd
hojijo over committee assignments
uiiitlls egnlu threatened with tlio
blight of seniority," iaya Wllllnm J.
Ilryan, editorially In llio Co in in oner
here, today.
"Thai J," tlio nrtlclo continues.
"It vll bo nkcd o int the ambitions
and htorealR or Individuals above? tho
welfare of tlio, parly.
"l'roRrrralvo democrats will bo In
thn majority In tho caucus ot tlio
senate., Will they ellow tho reac
tionary minority to man tho shin and
allow length pr service to outweigh
ymiathy wlh tho progressive cause?
If It womn personal matter the new
nHi.itorfl might prefer to yield to tlio
old, but a man nctlng In a reprc-
bentattvo capacity Is not nt liberty
to bo courteous at the expense of
his constituents."
FAMILY OF FOUR
KILLED IN
CHAMPAIGN. 111.. Dec. 27. Hit
by an Illinois Central limited train,
four miles south of here as they were
returning frotn Christmas celobra-
tlon, Kdward It. Miller. 24; Mrs.
Maud Miller, 33; Until Miller. 8. and
Wayno Miller, four, aro dead today.
Opal Scott. 11, tho child of a neigh
bor of tho Millers, was sorlously In
jured. Tho train struck a double-seated
rig In which the Millers wero riding,
smashing It to bits and hurling tho
occupants n great distance.
MAN AND WIFE TAKE
EIGHT SHOTS AT EACH OTHER
SEATTLK, Dec. 'JO. In n quarrel
between Morton Frecmun and liis
wife, negroes, the couple this morn
in tr fired eight shots nt each other
from behind telegraph poles in the
sttcct. All (lie allots vent wild. The
Mrccfc wns crowded irlicn tho Minut
ing began, hut nn tho echo of the
filial shot was heard, the quarreling
pair, a policeman hurrying to the
heene, were thu only pcoplo in night
within Bcvrml blocks.
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J'OUTI.ANI). Ore, Dec. 3fl
Kven thing Is in readiness, even to
tho decoration of the special train,
for tho Journey of 100 or tnoro Ore
gon boosters, going under tho name
of tho Koyal Hosarlans. to Califor
nia, whoro they will visit several
cities In the endeavor to maho the'
name Oregon mean as much to tho
residents of tho Golden State as San
Francisco or Ios Angeles,
The Itenerary Includes Sacramento,
San Francisco, Panadoua, Los Ange
les and San Diego.
While engaged In tho "capture of
California," tho Hosarlans will dis
tribute literature calling attention to
Portland's Itoso Carnival In 1013.
At Sacramento, tho first stop, the
Oregonlans will bo welcomed by Gov
ernor Hiram Johnson. Tho Flying
Legion, Chamber of Commerce and
World's Fair management will enter
tain the Hosarlans In San Francisco,
the program there Including the
planting of Hoses ou Oregon fair
site.
Tho star will bo made at night
Saturday from here.
HOOD RIVER TO HAVE
LARGE POWER PLANT
HOOD K1VKH, Ore., Dee. 'JO The
1'neifie Power and Light company
today announces that this city is to
have n large eleetrie Mvcr plant.
It i climated that the cost will ho
.?7.0,000, nnd 1200 men will work
day and night shifts in onler to hnve
it completed nt the earliest iws&iblo
date. The new plant will develop
between 7,000 nnd S.000 horsepower
and will be built on the site of the
present plant. Operation will com
mence July 1.
The building of tlio plant ealU nlo
for the erection of a largo concrete
dnm.
No Clue (o Murder
CHICAGO. Dec. 26. I'ollco and
detectives, who since tho gagged and
tortured body of John Logue, dia
mond dealer, was found In his office
In McVlckers' Theater building have
been working on tho case, admitted
today that they aro completely
baffled. AH theories which seemed
to lead toward tho slayer have been
disproved, aud not, a single cluq re
mains to tho fiendish slayer.
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SALUM, Ore.. Dec. 2(5. Hen W
Olcott, secretary of slate, today
claims tho relationship of brother-in-law
to. Governor Went through his
secret Christmas wedding to Miss
Lena Hutton, a beautiful Salem girl,
and sister of Mrs. West.
Hew 1 S. Knight, who had mar
ried the parents of tho bride nnd also
Mr. and Mrs. West, offlotuted.
The affair took placo at noon.
West attending tho groom.
Tho. Olcotts do not plan a wedding
trip nt present on account ot tho
great volume ot business In tho sec
retary's office.
M'CORMICK DENIES TALK
OF LEAVING SOUTHERN PACIFIC
SAN FHANCISCO, Cal . Dec. 2C
K. O. McCormlck. vice-president ot
the Southern Pacific railway com
pany Is back from the oast with flat
denial of tho reports that ho might
becomo chief traffic chief for tho
Guggcnhelms. "I nm In San Fran
cisco for good. I wilt live and dlo
here. Talk of my leaving Is nonsense."
BECOMES
WEST'S
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One -Half Price Sale
To close out the year with the biggest sale in
the history of Medford we will
' For the Next Four Days .
make exactly one-half price on' the following lines:
Tailored Suits, Coats, Skirts, Furs, Shirt
Waists, Millinery, House Dresses,,Kimonas,
Children's Coats, Evening Dresses, Street
Dresses, Hand Bags, Sweaters, Children's
Dresses.
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Not a garment reserved, but you get your choice of the
above named lines at EXACTLY ONE-HAI
Come wait on yourself and deduct just One-half .J
SN UfKNTIN. Cal Dte Ull
Condemned to die for tin murder of
llotijauiln ttoedmnn, a jewelry nnlciu
man. whom he lured to a basement
In the commlMiInn dMMct of San
Froiirlsro a eur ago for Hie purpose
f rubbery, John S. Kokcis todnv
awaits the hangman, lie will be ex
edited hero at lOSIo n. m tomorrow
Holers was allowed to et his
Cnn-dinn. dinner with another mur
direr and wns then taken to a cell
in the condemned row. He viewed
his new quartern with Interest but
! displayed no emotion.
Despite his denial of guilt lingers
Is not hoping for a reprieve or a par
don. "Tho statu isn't going to punish
mo for the murder of which It thinks
1 am KUlll)." he said. "For me, It
will be all over In five minutes. Hut
the state Is killing m mother aud
lucidcutall. putting to death an In
nocent man
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POMONA Cal. Dvi 3k Lel
Khrcsmnti was bound over today to
tho superior court ou a chnrgo of
murdsr In the first degree for the
killing of J. 11. Nicholson as a result
of tho preliminary bearing before
Justice of the l'eaco Dames here.
W. I Hamlin, tho defendant's
counsel, argued strongly that there
wns nothing to show malice or fore
thought In tho killing of Nicholson.
A crowd Jammed the court room
and all thu officers and deputies In
this locality were present to prevent
a demonstration or attempts to se
cure the prisoner, which wero feared.
After the hearing. Constable
Slanl.iT took Hhresuuu to Io An
geles. JASON BROWN. SON OF
LIBERATOR, DEAD IN OHIO
AKUON. Ohio. JVc 3C--Jusoti
Urown, second sou of John Hrnwn.
tho liberator," lit dad hero today,
aged ao. Salmon 'ijrjwu, n ouuger
brother, lives In Portland, Oregon.
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PLUCIVAUIROWFAU
Mr I'lnoal 1 Uoijii'uii, nu Aiurr
iHUi iMi.uet, wh.i hpends uui.it of Inn
lime in France and Is world f.uimiH u
imlutrr of dogs, tins nunc to .iiierln
lo paint a number vt the seller. m.mi
crs niul oibvr bliil dos owned lv Mr
CliirviHu II .Mm kay and now en 111
cstau In Norlh Ciiroilm.
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SEVERE SAND STORM
SWEEPS LOS ANGELES
LOS ANULLHS, lal., lie,., ail.--Illiiidreds
of ChnHtuiiiH uutnibU nre
eix-eping into ,oh Angles today,
along with dolsvcd train und other
Iral'de, follomnir the fuvcriMt tuttid
and wind hlonu that Ims vit,iled lhi
eetion in a year.
Southern I'neifie tmins were inn
rouiieil at Uuunti, forty miles east fit
Loh Aiigokvri, and many wen ciil in
to the city over I lie Sail lkc tnieks.
Tlio Salt take wn- kept open only by
u delermiiieil fight HguiwH ilrittiug
sand. .
AeeoiditiK to nutoiiHibtle n-nucic,
mom than 100 motor partlim weie
iiimblo to ri-tuni In m Ai)kIom lnt
night. All, houexer, an helied to
be safe.
Germany to Increase Pensions
MKKLIN. Dec. -( -It wiih mi-
uouiieed here todn I hat a bill in toon
to be Milnuittnl lo tin- 'riMc-tnir in-
ereaKiuj: the peu-niii nf :M0,0lM) vet
eriins of tho war of iKIiti with .ll
triu und of 1N70 n till Franco from 'f!l
to .! a mouth.
The iniuiMrv of war lies ordereil
JO.000 tiniivt of (.ii for wilder prae-
ucv unu iiiiiueiiverH or iniop on nie
Ituvian frouliur.
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H.N' ANTONIO, Tcmih, Doc. Ull.
Allhinigh releiiHnl liviiii the mililuiv
prison ut Poll Sum lloiixloii Imhiv
under IioihU of t'J,."l)i), t'oloucl I'un
cunt Onireib I'utlier of (loneinl I'n-
i mil Oroxen, now IciiiIIiik llio Me.-
li an leheN in Ihe uiulh ol Mexiri),
w i 'i tnimi'dliitotv reunified on the
charge of linreny mid ndiheiy, ml -
letted h thu .Me.xleuu oveinmeiil lo
have been committed in Chihuahua
stale
Oroseo Is now held in llm county
jnil, Tho Mexican government mut
umko a hhowhic of its evidutiee
uguiuM him wilhlii folly dav.
Colonel Orozcu was put in the null
larv m-iHoii last month uuiler indicl.
ment by Ihe federal grand jur I or
violation of thu itetilrtilily itws.
SAN FHANCISCO, Dec. 'Jti V, ie
than 10,000 childtcii l'roui all walk-
of life nie rejiielng over tli wo
derful hpeelneln of u generous imta
Clous vlio gaa oneh mid every !
? tliem ii present in tho tloMr 'Jan
",vk tiidiiui( !.., n tl.er HpI pa-.
lo the miisio of unlfomie 1 baud-.
Cutler a blight sky, Santa Clan .
Mirroiinded by xeven liuife Christina -treert
and hen of present, tirnuvht
e.xrhimulioiH of jov imiu the iitllc
nm, white row after row ( mlv
decorated unloumhilc lined the -ulc
of (he studlitm tilled with uruwu-up-lookiug
on,
Tlio event wa the ciihiiuiiitioii ol
ninny weeks i work bv nu'inber. n
the Chliotilias lire n-uiialioii.
ELOPERS RECEIVE PARDON
FROM RESPECTIVE PARENTS
SKA V1KW, Wn., Dee. I'll. -With
Ihe declaration to their pn renin tlmt
they were going to Portland to pur
ehace ('liriMinut prexeuN, CharliK
Ktraiihal nnd F.laiue (loolev, hoih !,
drparled from hero ill different liie-
Ini't in Porllaud, nud mo lothiv wnl.
The lirNl intimation (hut the parent -received
of the wedding win when
llicy rend the marriage' eelie an
iKUiueeiiieul in it Purthiiid i wiper.
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SI.ATI'l.i:. Wo, Dt VH Ah a
icmiII ol a lii'iilinif m o l.ixicab y'
lerdny, Mr. I'ml Cm In l In llm
ellv lioxpllul today with a bullet
Ihioiigh her hli. and hoi' lni-lmittl, n
eiiml Hli'iiuiiKi'iipher, im in Ihe euiflily
Jnil churned with doing Ihe Mlmoltm.
Tho iniie f the iptnrirl heveon
hiinhiiitil mid wife Is nnl very iQffni'
today. CurrN If ft Tniwilhv fn"r Iwtlt
expecting In be gone several ilitj.
While he wns nwav In wife utllet'
laiui'd women frliuitU and nieii 'nt
Ihelr mmrltiieiil, mill II Is elitiiiied
Unit the inii'Iv toek fieiptsut (Hxtwb
tidex.
CliilsimuH mnmiiiir CnrlW ivtunrnd.
Al'tei" ti Itniir leedione ininverillioii
wllh tv V'lieud he ' nboot In lvnvo,
when he met IiIh wife and sUlor-ln-law,
MUx .Murgie PnlUrxoii, Imnliui
ii laxliali. He scmnl wile, IniL
,MiH l'ntleihoii Hteppeit belwami
llieni, Mud witli MCfeal well dituoted
blown, dioe CuttiN ueroon tits stlit.
The two women then lespud into the
cab nud it Ntittled lo move. C'mU
jiiiiiped ou belilud und fired flvti
IioIm tlniiitiih the rear window. Olio
hit hi- wife in (he hlp Hv' lhn "'
haM'd down. I Dm wife was drlfHH In
Ihe hiH-pitnl uihI Curlis Inter iiriwi
deied nt Ihe hmne of his falhm'-in-.
law, nltsir t'niti" had oxcditiuutd In
Mi I'attvoi.ii "Von nlwnv lintoil
lue, and I al. iv baled voti, nml now
I've kImmi vmi - i m 1 1 1 1 1 1 n bate me
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LISMON. lb e. .'. Wllh Ibe ar
il al here of thv ioiwerviitlve eliif
lr. Aluieiiln. hit'tiN nummiuied fnon'
Swilerliunl n miinlet demontmliNi
bv riMfervtle im bel Iim t
iIhv vrliteh trultrd in ull the mili
tary niul lici rtnwrvwt b4iK elld
out. The dinturbnnm was eawed by
the dendlnek IhIwimwi the eonservA
live and ileinnerola. Dr. Ahtiibkv
vi Kteeted wild hiMe mid unmi
an he leiid fnmi Ihe Ntomner. A
not follovve.) and Anwidii was ei1
eated fmm the nodi with dlllieultv.
Trni are beiotr held under ;w4
nnd developiiieiilM urn lMked for u
miv iiiuiiieiil.
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