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MEDFORD, ORKCJON, THURSDAY, PI3IJRUARY 27, 1013
OREGON SOLONS HUERTA FORCE
ADJOURN UNTIL IS ANNIHILATED
NEXT TUESDAY BY MADERISTS
Consideration of Vetoes liy West the
Only Measures Dnulit Whelhtr
nc(iilreil Members Will Return
When Only Salary Grabs Effected
HALHM, Or.. Fob. 27. Tim Ore
gnu legislature iiiljounied it l mi
early hour this morning lo convene
again next Tiicmtuy morning itl 10
o'clock. It In lioItml Hint ul that
lime no otlwr business will cotno up
for roimlderallnn excepting .mean'
ures vi'toi'il by Governor Wct. Ah
iiiimt of Hi run vetoes will tin on sal
ary grabs, rousldernhlo doubt In '
preyed a in n m: (hi member of Ho
rn tin i; tlm forty members necessary
lo hnvt n quorum In liolli hotiMsi,
Tim con uly attorney Mil wit
mnoiidod again ntnl paused hy both
liiiiiMCK lout nlnlit ns urn th ii superior
court hill. The hill place Hip salary
of tlm county attorney for Jurknon
otinly at 15100 n year. Tho supo
rlur court hill create Jji1iIiip
roiiniv n nepnralo dlntrlct, leaving
Jnrkion county uUu n district nmt
nrui'ldc 1 1000 n yeayr salary for
Hoi eleven new judge created.
A hill pawed In thn dosing hour
which place money received from
nuto lli-eme la the county trca-
in leu for roul work In thn vnrloun
fountl.'n In whloh the llcetuc arc
Tho compromlso Itoguo river flili
hill passed (he sennto hy SC to 3 a ml
tho homo SC to 10. It gtie ClrnnU
Pais n OO.ilny (billing eaon from
J fine rtn'AtiRittt t, nml shorten the
mumou .'.0 dn)i at tho mouth of the
i Ivor. llcninc made a gnlUnt fight
ARnlunt tho menmiro. hut, deserted
l) hi delegation, had little chance of
A flunl effort In the senate to pain
one of the Thompson nanii land
hill of 191 1 ih'MIoii over tlm eto
failed after n warm dehate
i.os ak(ii:i.ks, ri ivi. ur. -
I'dllioiiR of (he testimony Rien hv
Mrn, Knli v Danow lit her hutdmiur
tlnfVnHe rrlnllni: lo mt titlejici! Htitte
incut hy .lolm It. Ilairiitulim Hint he
"knew nolhluK nRiiint Unriow" were
ntrirkrn from Hip i omnia hv JiuIkc
t'onlov when the Diitovv liinl win re
Uiirmw Ihen uniler Kopers' ouoh
Honiiii; total Hint ho merely happened
hv when ho mol IVntikllit mill Do
leelixe llrowno on Iho Nlroel thn tiny
I'Viinklin witu nrronteil for tin l.oek
wood nffnir. lie wiin on liiw wnv I"
the HooinliHt oiunpniKii hriuhiuiirlerii
ho Hiiiil, cinphiinirini,' liwlimnny jiwm
hv provhnm ilcfoiiMn wiliie-ieH.
"Did .loh Hnrriiiuin n'ioiir nt vour
nrfioe Hint mnniliiK nml civo you nisli
for htiheiyT" Wnjon Hinliloiily nnleil.
Darrow foldod hit nitiiN nml binilcil;
"I Jo did pot. No money of niiv hinil.
eithli, mild, Imuk nntPH or nnytliiit."
ARIZONA SEEKS TO
IIANNEX SENORA STATE
1'IIOr.NlX, Art., I-Vli. 27- A mem.
orinl lo t'onurcrts nilvoontiin,' jho on
noMilioi) of tho dtutcH of Bmiorii nml
Lottof Cn lift) mill is peniliuK hol'oro
Iho Ati.oiuv Honuto today. H wim in
iroiluceil hy fionntor Worsloy of Tiki
hoii. AcorilliiK to tiunffioliil onnvitH,
Iho Hounlors nrn tihoul ovonly tliviilotl
mt Iho Ihhiio,
POLICE MATRON TAKES
DRUNK TO DURANCE VILE
RAIiir, Oro., l'Vli. 27. Wliwi n
iliunkoit mnn liircht'il nRiiiiiHl Polioo
Arnlron tiyui'li lioro today nml throw
her in Hio Kiitlor, Pho promptly col
hii'cil him nml liimlcd liim in (ho oily
jail, Ho fur iih known (hi Ih Iho
i'ii'Ht niroHt of ii man, lniulo hy n
woinnn officor, in (ho sluto,
flevolt Aualnst Dictator Grows Hour
ly All Northern Mexico in Arms
Sonom Declares War Upon Usurper
i:i. I'AKO. Tetn. Teh. 27. Com
plete annihilation of the lluertn gur
rlson nt Cniiclin, Chlhiinhun, yeiitcr-
iluy hy AJuderlstn purtUniiN In re
porteil In dlnpatchc recelveil here
(oilny. Cvcry man of thn 20 Ifiierta
soldier wiin kllli'il,
The MmterlHtii troop tmlny hold
prattlcally the entire country along
the Hue of the .Mexican ralliouil from
Chihuahua to Torrcon ntnl hundred
of recrutlit tiro tlally Joining the
leile MhiKo announced purine la
to avenge the tlc.u Ii of rraurUco I
Mmlerli Prominent among thn Mn
dcrUU lender In I'nnclm Vllln, the
evlniriillt, Mho hai been n refugee
here for week hut hint now returned
to the field. He Is practically In
command of the MndcrlMas along thu
Fighting In General.
Fighting wn reMirleil grncrnl to
day In thn Mexican Mate of Konora,
Coahulla mid Moreltw. New nlno
reached here today of tho re Ik na
tion of (lovemor Maytorena of Bo
ttom. I In Ih said to have crosned to
thn American tilde. Maytorena wm
elied with panic when thn Souorn
legislature, declared war on thn lluer
tn government. Thn .Mnderlstu
force In Konorn aru ntlll without a
WAaillNtlTON, I'eh. 27. Secre
tary of War RttuiMtt today ordered
a detarhment of American troop to
I'riKle 1'ana, Texan, hrcatmn of a
threatened hnttlo nt I'ledrni-N'leRrn,
Mexico, hetweett troop loyal lo Pre.
Ident lluerla and reheU, atipposcdly
thoxe under Oetiarnl Carranxn,
tieneriil UIIsn Informed tho war
department that n battle I I mm I
nent. Morn than 5,000 rchiRCc, hit
dliipatchc unlit, have cromied the
hunter to etcapn thu claxh.
Houorit In Itemlt.
DOt'HI.AH, Arlx, Teh. 27. De
clared hy tho rebel Junta hero to
mark tho 1oi;IiiiiIiik of tho threat
ened rebellion In northern Ronorn
iiRnluiit tho lluerla government, n
InrRo portion of tho volunteer force
of tho A Rim Prletn uorrlfon have de
nerted today, while thn entire r.nrrl-
nou ha declared tiBnlntit tho provl
Thn deHertttiK vlnttnteor from
ARiia Prletn nro reported to havo
fled Into thn hill nfter oxclmnRliiK
futlln shot with loynl purtiertt. Tho
revolt nt I'ronlern wan nccomplllied
without tho flrliiK nt , Bhot, tho
townspeople) Jolnlnc tho noldlcr In
rnlHltiK thn tlni; of tho revolution
above tho hnrrark.
HoIioIh hnvo burned four hrldcea
on the Nnroxarl railroad within thn
hint 24 hoiira. nccordltiK to tele
ttrnphlc reports to that town. Tho
wires woro cut mooii nfter thono ines
miKe wero received,
ItccriiltN Total UltX).
AccordltiK to tho DoiiKlna Junta,
tho rebel already havo recruited
5,200 mon, many of theiio already
tieltiK In enmp. Tho report Riven
out lioro divide thorn n follows!
Under Junn (lnbrnl nt MnRdnlena,
2B0; Colonol Obroenn, nt Qunymns,
800; Colonol Ulvolra, nenr Hormo-
slllo. 1200: CommlKiirrlo OrtU, nt
Colotiln Morelo. 200.
Whuthor thpso men actually nro
recruited, or roproHont tho expectod
ntronKth of tho robolH, Is problem
LANDS AT WELLINGTON
WKUilNClTON, Feb. 27. Lady
Ssoll, wiiiow of Captain Wohetl l
Soott, tho Hritish explorer who lost
liirt lifo on tho ro I u in trip from tho
South Polo, arrived lioro lodny from
Kan Finuoisi'o on tho stonmor Aor
nnui. Sim was mot at tho pier by her
brother, l.ieutonant Druoo nnd Com-
innudor F.vans of tho Terra Nova.
J.ndv Scott controlled herself. Rlio
siiiil sho hud lonrned of her husband's
dentil hy wireless wlitlu ahonnl tho
POLICE PREVENT AUDIENCE FROM ATTACKING MRS. PANKHURST
Q MS 11
I.inmeiine I'liiikliurM. the
ilytinmile explosion uhirli wrrekeil lh
niilliorilliw for heini; nfrniil lo Inkc
ileelnrvil Hint, nhoit of Ijikinc humtiii
once for nil the iKililienl xlnliK of the
mincer strike while nwattiiiL' tnul.
l'AWIS, IVh. 27 Wild nml drama
tic fcccnos wcro oimclnl in tho A
iiiieij court here today when eighteen
of tho rnniioled llonnot automobile
hnnditH wore Riven nil npixirlttnity to
"1 am innocent," screamed Dion-
(Inline, ouo of the four men condemn
ed to the guillotine. "I nwenr to Ood
Hint I tell tlio truth."
Hnnk Mcsticnger Oahy Kwore that
nieudniino wiim the mail who bhot
him throtiRh tho cheot.
"Oahy lied on the hland," ileelnrcd
Callimin. himself Kenteiieed to die.
"Dicinloiine U innocent. Ho was not
pn-spiit nt tho flahy hold-up. I shot
(Inhy. U wns (Inrnier who wn with
me nml not Dieudouno."
When tho Imndiln were returned to
their eolln a movement to hnvo Dieu
ilonuo pnrdonoi wns Klurted, l'.d
uonnl Carony, ono of Hie prisoners,
swnlloued evaniilo of polnsiimn d ur
ine thn nielli. Ho wax found dend
in his cell early today.
Dieudouno, Cnllcmin, Mondiienr
nnd Sottilv wero condemned to tho
Kuillotino nnd I'aronv nnd Jledse
were senlencoil lo life imprisonmoul.
Wodrifiuer, Miles. Ieleeh nml
Scmoofs nnd Slino. Maitre Jean wero
freed on pleas of e.xtenuatine oiroutn
HtnmvH. Tho reinnindor of the
twenty-ouo bandits wore senlcneeil Id
irom ono to ten yeuis iinpnsoiiinciil
with Iho nlleumlivo of from one ti
ten yoiirs exile.
NHW YORK, Fob. 27. Various
stockB responded stronely to special
Influences In tho stock exchange lioro
todny. HenditiK sold n point nbovo
yeBterdny'a closo nnd Union Pncttlo
milled briskly. Weakness In Cunn
dlnn Pnclflo nnd tho local Rna stocks
took tho odft-o oft tho billing and tho
list became n.ttlot.
Trading In Can shnres was unusu
ally nctlvo, both common and pre
ferred iIhIiik 2 1-2 points. Tho mar
ket closed BtroiiR. Hands woro
T HHt H
FISHERMEN TO MEET
AT LIBRARY TONIGHT
An important mooting of
tho Woimio Hlver Visit Proteo
tivo association is to ho held
tills ovonlng tit tho Cnrnegio
library nt 7:no. Every mom
bor is urged to nttend,
W. F. ISAACS, President.
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OF AUTO BANDITS
ULm. 'HM' I M'l'i i J&
militant Hitrfniuelle, who hn ili-elnreil
liome of Dnxiil I.list-Clt?nrK Chnncellor of the Kxeheijucr, twitted Ih"
tnhnutitu of her nHxtnnplion of n'hionihility ly henditiK bcr to jail. She
life, the milltiint uffntj;ell lntcmleil to do oierylliiii i-issible to soltle
women of Hint rountn. Hrr arrest followed, and she hun declared a
LIFE IS SENTENCE
OF JOHN ST. CLAIR:
RKDD1NO. Cut., Feb. 27.-I.ife
imprisonment was the hcntence inv
jwhed here loilaifiipoif JohTr'KtV
Clair, conxieted of killing James
Sniler nt 1nn, Cnl., Deofmber 4.
when lie "Mint up" that town.
Kt. Clair nlho confoel to fifteen
robberies, mostly of pout offices in
Oregon nml I'ulifornia.
St. Clnir wnR arrested at Kosebttrg
nfter somo very clever work on tho
part of postal inspectors, who got on
his (rail when he went through south
ern Oregon robbing post offices. Ho
broke into Iho loonl office, one nt
Talent, ono nt Woodville, and others.
Ho was nrrvsh'd nt Ifoscburg by
Inspector Morse to whom hfr con
fessed Hint he was wanted at Ked
ding for murder.
FAILED TO ELECT
SPKIXOFIKLD. 111., Feb. 27.
Taking ndvnutnge of tho absence of n
number of republican members of tho
legishtturo who left to catch trains
at tho close of a joint ballot this
afternoon, tho democrats took n
second ballot and tried to foreu thu
election of 2 United States senators
by n majority of a iptormu. The
republicans frustrated tho plnn hy
refraining Iho plan by leaving the
hall so that no quorum remained.
Then Sonker McKinley, nfter stormy
arguments, auuouuoed that no quo
rum wns present mid that no eleo
tion wns made.
Despite McKlnley'8 rulltiB tho dem
ocrats nro preparing to tnko to nVsh.
Ington their claim thnt J. Ham Lewis
wns elected this afternoon on tho
second ballot, nlthough thcro wero
only 72 votes polled. Ono hundred
and two constitute n quorum.
Traded Fish Bill for Armory
SALEM, Ore., Fob. 27. At midnight last night I
lost my forty-five days fight on tho Rogno River fish
bill, tho othor members trading it for the armory.
Oarkin refused to como inside tho bar and vote,
until I had (ho sargeant at arms bring him inside tho
bar and eompol him to vote; then ho voted against us.
"Westerhmd voted with mo, but all his influeneo was
used against mo for which action I called him a treach
erous traitor on tho floor of tho houso.
Tho bill as amended and passod takes thirty days
off lower Roguo viver at tho begiuning of tho season,
twenty days at tho end of tho soason and gives Grants
Pass irom Juno .1st to August 1st. I voted against tho
bill and worked hard against it, but under tho circum
stances I could not win,
(Signed) Clarence L. Roamos,
Hint mip wh rrsiionKilile for the
TO GUARD BORDER
AT EAGLE PASS
WASHINGTON'. Feb. 27. With
.strict onlers to preyent xiojations of
lha neutrality nws bvrextenn rebels
nnd federals, a troop of United
States cavalry today was sent to
Eagle Pass, Texas, from San Antonio
ncconling to ndxices received here
today, from Oener.il Hliss nt Sau
Antonio. He aNo reported the nrri
vvnl there of Rudolph nml Gabriel
Mndero, brothers of the late presi
dent, Francisco I. Mndero.
General Bliss nlso reported the
Kciittro by Govcnjr Carrnnra of
Conhuiln of the customs house, the
post office nnd tho government
buildings in the northern part of
Conhuiln. Ho is snid to haTo opened
them Jn bis own nnme. Earlier in
the dav it was reported thai Cnrran
zn. had expressed willingness to re-
vogniio General Huertn's government,
but Inter dispatches indicate tho un
reliability of the minor.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 PreM
dent Tatt has signed tho Indian vet
ernn bill, Increasing SS pensions to
S20. Most of the beneficiaries llvo
In Oregon nnd Washington nnd all
served before the Civil war. Senator
Chamberlain has long been working
for tho Increase and Senator Poln-
dexter was largely Instrumental In
getting tho bill through.
KILLED WIFE BECAUSE
SHE WANTED A KISS
TRENTON, X. J., Feb. 27. Con
fession Hint ho murdered his 10 year
old wife, Mrs. Lesgo Vergo, because
sjio pestered him for a kiss, is mndo
hero by John Vergo.
REIGN OF IT
BY FAIR SEX IN
BRITAIN TO END
Vandalism by Militant Suffragettes
Will No Longer Be Tolerated and
No Leniency Shown In Punishment
for Crimes Hunqer Fasts Started
i.OKIK)N Feb. 27. Uy promising
to he ns "uood ns any militant uf-
frnRPttP can be," nnd to not appear
in public ami to refrain from ppecch
making, Mm, Kmrnilino Pnnkhurst,
Indo's lendine "votes for womon"
rntnader, wn released from nil tliis
nftornoou endine Iit trial on
ihnrRes of instigating the dynamit-ing-
ii f Iho country home of Lloyd
OeorRC. She funtislteil J'i.OOO bail.
The (lfifinnt fnml manifested yes
terday by Mrs. l'.inkhunt wns en
tirely absent today. She wns ns meek
as tbe incokoHt httident nt n Quaker
Hohool nnd glndlv took advantage of
the opportunity to venre freedom by
promiiinc to Lehave." Mrs. Pnnk
hurst yesterdny scorned liberty undrtr
the Mime terms.
LONDON, Feb. 27. Taking the
stand thnt vandalism by militant suf
fragettes will no longer be tolerated
nnd that hereafter sex will be dis
reganled when dealing with women
offenders, the magistrate in the
Richmond police court today bound
Joyce Locke, a suffragette leader,
over for trial in Old Baily ou a
charge of firing the pavilion res
taurant' in the famous Kevr, botanical
gardens. Miss Locke demanded ad
journment of the preliminary hearing
on the ground that she wns too weak
from forcible feeding by prison at
tendant to stand trinl but the motion
Hunger su Illnss. . ....
Miss Lillian Lenton, a co-defendant
with Miss Joyce, failed to ap
pear nt today's hearing. It was ex
plained that Home Secretary McKen
nn hnd onlercd her release from Hol
loway prison on her own recogniz
ance because of ill health following
a hunger strike the two women in
niigurntcd in jail. A bench warrant
was issued for Miss Lenton.
Public opinion is now with London
officials in their efforts to end the
depredations of tho votes for women
crusaders. A reversion of feeling
against the suffragettes is in evi
denee everywhere. Mrs. Drummond,
one of the most militant of Loudon
suffragettes, last night was forced
to ask for police protection when an
unfnendly crowd broke into her meet
ing nt Wbrthington, tore up "votes
for women" bnnners and hooted stif
frngettes off tho Mngo.
Jlrs. l'ankliurst Won't Kut.
Mrs. Kmmeltno PanLhurst, who
wns bound over for trial yesterday
for instigating the dynamiting of tho
country homo of Lloyd-George has
started a hunger strike nt her plnce
of confinement. Sho has openly as
serted her intention of gaining sym
pathy hy appearing for trial wan and
emaciated from lack of food, believ
ing the authorities will not prosecute
when sho nppcnrs in court.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. In n re
port presented to tho senate today
uy uio scnato interstate commerce
committee, the supremo court's so-
called modification of tbe Sherman
anti-trust law to Invoko the "rule of
reason" on restarlnts of trade, Is
attacked In vigorous terms. The
committee also advocated tho
strengthening of the Sherman law by
supplemental nnd far-reaching legis
lation to define exactly what com
binations are lawful, so that both the
business Interests and tho courts will
havo n standard on which to pro
ceed. The committee also pointed out
what It characterizes as dangers of
"uncontrolled and ungulded judicial
discretion" and makes emphatic de
mands to tho Sherman law to remove
from the courts tho power to detor-
mlno what aro "roasonablo" re
straints of trado.
DUE TO CLUMSY
Morgan and Company Flt Statement
Criticises Money Trust Probe
Utermeyer and Brandies Grilled
Filibuster in Senate
WASHINGTON, Feb, 27. In de
fense of Its methods In handling
money, Morban and company of New
York filed n statement with the
money trust Investigating committee
headed hy Congressman Pujo hero
today. The statement declared In
"A largo part of tho committee's
tlmo Is being consumed in an en
deavor to plcco out a certain theory
regarding tnonoy and credit which
It Is ImpoMlblo to demonstrate. We
suggest that such Ills as exist In the .
country's financial affairs are tbe
outcome of a clumsy, worn out bank
The defenso statement of the Mor
gan concern declare that all the
figures presented to 'the committee
are Incomplete and misleading. It
declares that numerous bank mcrg-
ers arc due to business necessity and
these are far fewer than tho mergers
In England or on the continent.
The staement declares general and
not special legislation Is tbe remedy
Itepresentatlve Martin of South
Dakota, speaking before the house
today, criticised the selection of
Samuel Untermcyer as counsel for
the Tujo committee. Representative
Durke of Pennsylvania attacked the
committee's pursuit of- William
Representative Moore of Pennsyl-
vanla declared: "
"All the democratic laTestlgHtlons. "
have been 'bunk,' pure and simple.
The shoe trust affair failed miser
ably. The attorney in charge of that
case Is now prominently mentioned
for the democratic cabinet. Ills.
narno is opposed In New England be
cause (t is charged ho took money
from both sides."
Moore explained that Louis Rran-
dels is the attorney referred to.
Flllrmster In Senate, "
Only 10 sleepy eyed senators were
on thn job when the senate met at
10 a. m. today after yersterday'a
turbulent session. The senate ad
journed after passing the publlo
buildings mill at 3:50 o'clock this
A filibuster delayed business dur
ing tbe consideration of the bill and
a vote on tho measure was not taken
until after S o'clock.
Oregon and California flguro
prominently In the appropriations.
Portland nlone gets $1,000,000 for
a new postoffice while tho California
appropriations aggregate J1.2CO.000.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 27. Confi
dent prediction that tho scnato would
not ncccpt the naval appropriation
bill, amended last night by the houso
to provide for only one battleship,
and would bend it bnok with the pro- ,
vision for two battleships inserted,
was voiced hero today by advocates
of a big navy. The bill, as amended
by tho house, carries appropriations
approximating $138,000,000 nnd
authorizes tho construction of one
battleship, six torpedo bont destroy
ers and four submarines.
Ah reported by the house naval
committee, tho measure carried ap
propriations aggregating $1-10,000,000
nnd provided for two battleships, n.
transport nnd n supply ship.
CAIRO, Egyypt, Feb. 27. While
no fears (or his life are entertained,
tho doctors atteudlng J. Plerpont
Mongan here today are alarmed at
tho appearance of new symptom la
Morgan's cheeks are hollow and be
Is becoming emaciated.