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BUT SOON RALLY
TALKS ON TEETH
GREETED DY BAND
raDFORD MATT, TRTnUNR, WTOFOItP. Olf WION", MONDAY. mciMTlFAt HO, 1912.
NI'.W YOKIv, Dei', ill), Am n um
mill til' iiu'hhiii'h liioulil tit lirur mi
KlucliH when llm iniirld'L upciicil here
today nil of Mm no live Inhucm id
t'llni'il, Slrvl hiiI'IVii'iI tlic In mil of
IIiIk iivhhii(i iiiul IiimI a point, Union
IWinV, CiiiiiiiIIiiii I'nclllc inn) lli'iiil
Imk nii'li IVII u liko iiiniiiiiil. The
linil hIiIh iif tlm innrkct wan fiivm rl
iiKiiln linliiy liv iioVhhIipiiiiI opera
tor, ncllvn lMiii"t Hi'llinj; liberally
lor ii tliiio wllli iomiIIiiiiI xliurp I -.
A liifW iif Inn point wax felt liv
Aiiicrli'iin IvxprimM, mIiIuIi lull to It
lllUt'M price hill yearn.
When ii riunr trailer m-iiKril wll
iiiir llm linilki't rallied riihily. Cipii
Kpli'iloiiM lli'iiu,lli wiih dlnpluyi'd liy
Aiiiiilpiiiiiiti'il, Tin Inmil liiiulicl
xliintnl Icmh IoiihIiiii, cull Iiuiiih open
In tr lit lx por mnl.
Tint iiiinlti'l cIiim'iI Meitdy.
Iloudn wio iirruuliir.
Tin' hint littiticlii lv Kumk II. Ilnv
iiuiiliixt llm C'turk iiinl HiMicry i
hliiii'tiiui I'oinpiiiiv lor l;l,l)(H) Iimn
liii'ii eoinprouiUtd lor fMllllll iiiiIhuIi'
Tlu Mitt wiih IkimmI mi a cni nut
entered into liittTli'in Hny nml the
company ulitTcliy I ho company wiih
to nH'iiilo KniV ipmrry nt Cold liny
mnl iiso mi many riirlninU of iTiit.li.
v rock. Tin' paiiiK e puny I'ailcil
to opernle tin- niinriy, wIutimiimiii
Colonel Hay niMtitiitnl unit.
PRISON FOR LADOR LEADERS
(Continued from pace i.)
Finnic IC. fainter of Oinnlia nun
Miilcnccd to two rur.
IMwnnl Clink who eliaiiceil IiIm
pleu of not Kiillty to trinity nt the
oiitxel of the trial wni not iiiclmlcil
in the lint of the thirly-cllu con.
tlclcil men. He I'o ro hentencliiK the
lcfcinliiiili. Jmlwv Aiulcrxon read the
follow ini; htaleineiit:
if the defemlaflli.. Ortte
.Mi'Mnnipil mid Clark, plemlvd unilly
ami tchllficil to knowledge of the
oiittpltaoy mnl of participating in
its execution. Tlio principal of IIicm
in McMiiiiIkiiI wIioku hlory on tho wit
IIok htaliil wiih Kit en ill Mich it num.
ner ,h to carry n oomiclion of truth
itM'li, hut in addition to thi, hix tes
timony wiih eorriilionileil hy letter
written hy viiiIoiih ilelViulaiiU mid
from icuordrt furninlici) hy hank,
telegraph, cxpiem ami telephonu
rinnpuiiltin, MiHt ofilcim, hotel rej;i
tern and other facts mid clrcinnMnu
vcn, Icavinu' no donht um to the truth
of IiIh tcHtiiuouy either in Milmtmioe
"Thin miiiipaipi of dyiimmtiui; win
entered into mid carried on throned'
out tlm country, from the Atlantic In
the I'liclfio mid it iii'coKNiuily in.
MiKcd Ihu illcnl lniiiNHiiatiiiu of
dynmiiitu and nitroglycerine. Many
inont than tho Iwenly'.fhc illesnl in-
stiincert of the Irmixpnrt of i1 naniito
ttlmrui'd In the indictuieiitN wcie prov
ed in thix cafe. The cvideiicu di
iihiM'il an appalliiiK IIm: of crime in
addition to tlioxo idinrci in tho in
ilietuieutH. These criincH were all
'oimuillcd in the name of orKimir.cd
labor. won't lielieve that nrgim
ici labor approved of Mich pine
tlccK. Any oipiniitalion appinviup
of or adopliin; tho inctlioils of Hicnc
defendaiilK ia an outlaw mid will
meet (he fata Hint outlaw . lime met
hlnco civilized Mieiety lieKiin.
Kadi Dcfciiibnit (Inllty
"The uvideneo clearly imtablihlicH
that ciicli of Hie dcfemlaulh couvicled
cither aided or nhcllcr in the unlaw-
till trmiHpoiliilhin ua charued in tho
indictment. The tivhlcneo hIiowh that
Mime of tho dcfcmlauls are piilly of
iiiiirder but thuy are not ohaiKed hero
with that crime. Thin court cannot
punish them for murder, nor hIiouIiI
it ho influenced hy any hucIi conxid
cration in fixiiiK tliu iiicaHiirc of pun
ishment for tho oriulCH chawed."
"I will not Hciilenco a iiiiiii whom
1 liuhovu to ho innocent, rcKardlimH
of tho verdict returned hy a jury."
TIiIh miuouiiuemeiit wiih inmhi from
tho bench today hy Judo Andcixm
in tho United SIiiIch court here, lifter
lie had doiiied a inotioii hy tho de
J'cnun to Htay .jiut'itiont hi tho ciiho of
tho thlrty-uiuht union men convicted
of unlawfully trmisporliiiK dyiutinitu,
and hud iiIho doiiiod a hvooiiiI inotioii
for a now trial.
IiiiIk" AikUiihoii's htutcmeul came
alter kiviiik thu defuiiKO attornuyH
jionni)Hion to H)d: in huluilf of tliu
ilofeildaiitH mid iillowluijr eacli priHon
cr tho rllil to imiko n Htiitomuiit.
I'm re) I iniKKont
Tho firat prlsoiuir nailed to tlm liar
Wis PutrMj y, Fnviell of Now Vnrk,
Tim Jloyitl llDKnilniiH, hiicoiIIiik to
California to uilvorllHO I'urtlmiit'H roue
fcnllv.il, mo loiliiy iiicoiiinK''il liy tlic
linHjillallty of Medford, Hnluin ami
other lownn iiIuiik tliclr roiitn In
Oregon , toi of novum I iiilmitcH
wa iniulit liy din llonarliniri nieelal In
Mi'ilfonl. ami tlm IiiivcIcih wine ro
eel veil by mc mliem of Um t'oiuiriuritlal
(lull at an Inipromtti rally.
At Halein tint train wiih Hloppcil to
rmotirn Hoinii Oiecoti holly, donated
to tlm ItiiHnilaiiH liy Hcitrelary of Htato
Ulroll. ThU will hit illHtrllintct! at
(J. C. (Inili:, a loader of Iho parly,
(nine neiir iiiImIiik the train at
Hiileni when It Hlarteil away while lie
wan ImHtenliiK to honnl It. lie
Hiirlnteil xevernt yatilu ami finally
kh iiiir to the roar platform.
The party reached .Meiltnrd nhurlly
alter noon Kiimtay umt were Kern
nadcil hy the (). A. ('. hand ami
treated hy a litrno number of lou.il
people. The parly wan "under
wrap" however, rtwervliiK their Jny
iiiiHiicnn mini H.in I'ramlNco la
-- . -.-..fn.i-.rE,
a f minor iinndicr of the cxooulivc
Imaiil of Hie luleiiiaiioiial Asncia
tiou of llrldjjo and Hlriietural him
worker, lie wax iii(tioueil hy Judce
AuderMiii ami the fact that Hi nut
hrouuhl out a moiiI faorahle to
I'm n II j;iiMt lioto to the other con
victed men. .finite Aiiili'i'sou nue
lioni'd I'ancll abmil hi appeaitniec
before the lloinvin l.el' ceciilive
honnl, rcsurdintr a lrik in priKrot
in New Vork at that time.
"I iiiidumtunil," mtld JiiiIkc Amler
on to I'arrell, "Hint )ou voted to end
tho hlrllio HKalimt llm Amerlcuii
llrldce. I do mil delicto thin fuct
wiih lirmiKhl out at the trial.
Tlint'n truo," ntiKworod I'arrell
"I wan never In favor of a dyiiHiultliiK
campiilKn I ijult tho union In I tins
and never attended any or IU meet
Iiirm niter that )ciir."
"If I'arrell." ulatcd tho court, "wan
oppimoil to iljnaniltlnr. cnmpiilKiiH I
think ho Ik deNiirvliiK of coimldern
Jilnlrlct Attorney Miller hero miPi
that hbt attitude toward dirndl
would Iiiiyo. been dlffureiit durluK
tho trial lr the dcfeino had brniiKht
out this point.
Sriiteiu'o IM'lujril ' ' '
"I rortulnty wlnild hinir moved for
hi dlichnrKV' ld Miller, "or nt
looNl have urKcd th ilcfoanc nttor
IK) to hnvo presented n bolter for
At thin ntnuo of tliu procendliiKH
.ImtKo Amlernou voiced til determi
nation to (,01110110 any man whom
ho believed to bo Innocent. I'arrell
wan then temporality otcusrd, no
flunl action behiR taken at tbU time.
.In in en t'oouny of CIiIciiko, one of
the bmdiii'kii UKcntu of tint Iron
workors, win then railed. Judge Au
di! r ion Inulrneled Coouu' Hint ho
need not annwer iincatloiiB unlcha ho
fell co dlnpOHed,
"You may xik mo any uuoittlou
you llko." nail) Cnoaey, "nnd I will
niiKwor It. I hnvo iiotliliii; to fear."
Coouey Raid ho wax a member of
tho IlllnoU bar ami believed In Hut
coiiHtltullnii on which the United
Stale Kovornmeut In foumled.
DUtrlrt Attorney Miller horo put
In n word for I'ooucy.
.Nil i:lllcllC0 1'M'M'lltCll
"Thero linn been no ovideuco pro
ented, "unlit the prosecutor, "Hint
Cooiiey wiu linpllcalcd In tho con
uplrney except Orllo Mc.MnulKitl'ii
Htateincnt that ha ami Coonoy oipo
talked over d)iiamltliitH In piilniuo."
Miller, turnover, opposed lenloncy
for Coouoy, uuyliiK:
"Coonuy Ih moiitloned In n letter
llocklu wroto to John McNumaru nt
tho man who Introduced .McMuulnal
to T. M. Ityau. llocklu uUo charged
hi uiwlth MatkliiK too much.'"
Court wnu cxpocted to ronveno at
ton o'clock, but It wan a few mlnutea
beforo JiiiIko Anderimn appearod. It
was expected that tho neutoncliiK of
tho prlHonom would taku an vtitlro
TO REORGANIZE G. O. P.
On the ndvlco of Senator Cummins, of
Iowa, republican leaders In Congress
are mnklug plans for a national con.
ventlon In an effort to reorganize the
republican party, Senator Cumiulun
hus loft Washington for lili home In
Dcs Moines to be nt the bedside or tits
futuer, who Is thought o bo dying,
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TACOMAN WD B!
' TACOMA, Vn., Dec. :il). - Attack
ed hy mi imaKimiry hand of Ind'unm,
William Smith, n Scuttle dniniht,
boarded the train in that city thin
moraine mid lied to Tncoma, accord
III" to his on ii wild htory told to tho
IKiiico when he was urrvhtcd hole nt
The uufortumito man declared he
and his wife had separated recently
iu Seattle. He Mtid he hud not work
ed at Hie ilrui; biiMiic for home
lime, hut that he now in a miIcmiiiiii.
Smith hityii a band of miwikc
chiixeil him this inoniiui; down Sec
ond incline, Seattle, to the intcriiibiiti
deHit, where he wiih fortunate en
oiikIi to hwitiK aboard mi outpiiuj;
MINISTERS TO RESCUE
OF POLICE MORAL SQUAD
SKA'ITI.i:, !. ;tl). -.Miuiters
mid promiueiit laymen uiv circulatiuj;
(K'titioiiH today calling for u referen
dum voto on the nrdiiiauce recently
putted hy the council, which curtails
the power of the police moral sipiad.
Mayor Cotturill vetoed this ordinance
but it was later pasM'd over -his head
and biuee that lime member of tho
clei'Ky claim there has heon mi in
urease of vice.
Notice la hereby rIvcii that tho iiu
domlKiiod will apply to tho city coun
cil at lta mcetliiK to bo held Jnn. 2,
1113, for a IIccdho to sell mult, spirit
iioiih and vinous liquors In quantities
loan than a kUou nt lta place of tiuul
iichh on lot 10, block 1 1, city of Mod
ford for a period of ulx months,
HOLLAND HOTKL CO.
Dated Dec. H, 1U1'.'.
No not all rent estate ads may bu
InveHtlgated nt your leisure! Ono
may appear today, or any day ho
important to you iih to justify quick
action on your parti
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
KOIt SAMS Farm lands uud stock
ranches. See Uaruott over Dan
iels for DuilB. 2H
FOR UKNT Housekeeping rooms
Close In, reasonable, Os'o children.
11 West Jackson street. 1111
VOW HUNT Storo room nd oMeo
' rooms. Seo Harnett, over Daniels
for Duds. 211
FOll UHNT Houses, Seo Uaruott
over Daniels for Duds, 244
FOU SAliK Surburbnu storo, living
rooms attached. Good location,
flnu .proposition. Seo Uaruott
ovor Daniels for Duds, 214
LOST Young Alrdato dog. Loft
hind foot lame from fox tall, Has
black nock, Call W. A. Cornelius,
Oakdale Cash Grocery and recolvo
GULLIVER'S 'I RAVELS.
The Pujiruti ire very '"y-
LO MAKES LAST
PLEA FOR JUSTICE:
SI.'ATru:, Wnnli., Dvc. 30
Prince of Wales, cider or thu Clal
lam, who have been without a homo
tor G7 years In on Ids way to Wash
ington tod a tu mittfl a final fight for
Justice from tho white man.
In IStC tho Clallam Indians sur
rendered nil their lands on Capo
rialtory consisting or nn area larscr
than Hip state of Connecticut for a
roHcrvatlon or 2S0 acres. They
round this laud occupied by another
tribe or Indlann and woro forced to
wander around from one part or tho
sound to another Government of
ficials made promltcs but ever sup
plied them with a permanent home.
.22 OF AN
Duriiiir the present rain Morm .-'J
of mi inch of ram has fallen iu the
valley with more predicted for to
night and tomorrow. It will also he
Warmer weather ling roultod iu
higher water iu lomil btiotims tho
snow melting much piorc rapidly. A
cold snap is in prospect and this
will chock Hie HimhIh.
Suudii) by IUv. Uuulder. I'rauk .1.
Curran ami Ktliel May Howard. Miss
Howard Is the daughter of Mr. and
Mm. Win. Howard, a fruit grower
near Jacksonville. Mr. Curran U
welt known In Medford whore bo Is
employed as foreman of Hie (lus com
pany. Mr. and Mrs. Curran departed on
tho afternoon train for San Francisco
whore Mr. Curran hns been traim
rerred to take up tho position , ot
Inspector ot Appliances for tho
lloardmaii company. They hnvo tho
well wishes of a host ot friends who
wish them future prosperity.
New Years Issue
In aceoi'daiujo with its annual custom tho Mail Ti'i
huno will on Now Year's day issuo a special edition
descriptive of tho growth and progress of Medford and
tho Koguo rivor valloy during tho past year.
Tho issue will bo profusoly illustrated and bo ro
ploto with cuts and maps deseriptivo of tho valloy's do
volopmont. This is tho only chance to sond your frionds the
story of tho valloy brought up-to-date, to lot tho world
know what wo are doing in tho march of progress.
Send in orders early for
-. x. if mi.
i SAN I'KANCISCO, Cal.. Dec. 30.
! Charged with murder tor shooting
and killing Ixmls Mayntier n drug
tileud, who citcapcd from a road gang
ot tho county Jail Thursday, Deputy
Sheriff Dorgeloh was arraigned b
foru l'ollro Judge Shortall hero to
day and his case wne ut over until
Thursday when tho coror.or"a Inquest
will bo held.
"I cried to hl'n to stop, but ho con
tinued, and 1 thought ho would got
aay," is tho only excuso of Dor
geloh, who declares bo chot at tho
LOSES HIS LIFE TRYING
TO SAVE OLD HAT
SHATTJiK, Dee. HO. Stukiuj; his
life nguiuM a cheap battered hat, nit
unidentified man U in tlic morgue to
day. A gust of wind whistled around
the tower of the Northern l'liutfio
dcot mid whisked Hie man's lint out
onto ii glass roof of tho trainshed.
He crawled after it and fell through.
His skull was crushed. Tho hat is
still lying on the class roof just be
yond tlie giipin? hole.
l'rult Grower of (lie Kogiie Itlvcr
There w III be a meeting of nil tho
fruit growers of tho valley held ut
the city hall In Medford on next
Saturday, January tth, at two o'clock
p. m. lor tho purposo ot organizing
a l'arniers' Cooperative Krult usso
etutlou. Wo bellevo that tho cost ot
production can be materially reduced
and much better prices recelvod for
our fruits by having such an organ
isation, therefore wo ask all tho
growers to attend the meeting and
let ua get together ami try uud put
the fruit business on Its feci again.
Co mo yourself and Invite your neigh
J. A. l'KHHY,
S. A. NYB.
oxtra copies. Pnco 5 ci
3MEDF0RD MAIL TRIBUNE.
It. U. Uwlng. W. V. IJackmi and J
0. Morris or Portland hnvo purclied
tho Humphrey Gun Storo In thl city
and will conduct It after January 1.
Moiisrfl. flnckus nnd Morris aro the
innkep ot noriin or tho rinest Hies
nnd Hiding tackle In the northwest.
Mr. IlackiiH Is famed throughout tho
state as a loading Hy fisherman.
TWO MEN KILLED BY
FALLING SIX STORIES
SAN FltAKCIHrO, Dee. no
Fulliiijr hix Htoricfl nnd crjiRh'n
through it ftkylight hdunn! Onmmii
nml John h. Crawlonl. imintnv, r,xr
I'lhtnntly killed here today.
Tho imtn wen,' workinc on a pnin
IrrH' fnlbt nt tho seventh ifcory of
tho Whitney building when one of
the ropes slipped.
FIFTEEN PERISH IN
AVALANCHE AT FERNIE
FKHNIK, H. P., Dec :I0. -Fifteen
cnirentcrg employed by tho (Vow'h
Nest I'nhs coal company were cnish
rd to death here today. An uvalatiehc
demoliHhed the buildings in which
they wero housed, burying theni un
der tons of earth.
h. I). Hasklns. druggist, deserves
pralso from Medford pcoplo for In
troducing hero the simple buckthorn
bark nnd glycertno mixture, known
as Adler-i-ka. This simple German
remedy first became famous by cur
ing appendicitis and It has now been
discovered that A SINOLK DOSE re
lieves sour btomach, gas on tho
stomach and constipation INSTANTLY.
YOU NEED S.S.S.
I?-., ff.r r MiMimatism needs S. S. S. because thlfl great blood pu
rifier la fa certain cure forthe painful disease. Rheumatism lacausedby an
excess of uric acid and other corrosive, irritating impuntiea in the blood,
which arc carried thronKh the circulation to the different portions of Uw
system. Tlis acrid matter coats the nerves, muscle and joints with a fine,
caustic deposit and the sharp cutting pains or dull, constant .aches arepro
duccd. S. S. S. enrcs Rheumatism becanse it is a perfect blood punfier.
It cocs into the blood, neutraliiea the acids, and dissolves the Irritating
particles and forces thera out of the system through the natural excretory
channels. Then all inflammation and swelling subside, the pains and ach3
cease, and not only is Rheumatism permanently cured but under the ton
ic effects of S. S. S. the entire health is benefitted and built up. S. S. S.
jl is jaaac cnuiciy ui jumw, uv.u --.
on Rheumatism and any medical advice free to all who write and request
same. S. S. S. is for Bale at leading drug stores. . .-.. ,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO- ATLANTA. GA.
"The Gum That's Round"
Put Up in
Clean, Handy, Sanitary Tin Boxes
"The Neat Way"
Seven Chips for a Nicklo.
.Nearly a quartor of a century undor tho Baina
Jackson County Bank
It has succeeded because ot
Soundness of principlo
Economy of mauagomont
Safety of investment ' '
Courteous and liberal treatment r ',?
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $175,000.00 . , '
W. I. Vawter president G. ft. Lindloy, Vico Prof.
C. W. McDonald, Cashier
nrn of Inlorost to everybody, but es
pecially to thoso who aro contemplat
ing sumo dental work for themselves
or ono of tho fnrally. Whatever It
Is you want dono In tho line ot high
class Dentistry como here and you
will got every satisfaction. Wo aro
experts, employ tho boat and most
sclentiric methods In a modern way,
and wo chnrgo only reasonably.
"We have a few Galen
dill's and ends of other
lines which we will sell
at very low prices for
the next few days.
Step in and look
I MERRIVOLD 1
readies lnncnlcu cases as -wen aa ujosc ;
been acquired, and goodicsults always follow Its
use. S. S. S. is an absolutely safe remedy Ixxause
itcontainsno strongtnincrals to damage the system.
v.. 9 1 lt..1.. .rutl. V.nVtf .Mil fvfirl4 YVmV