Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, March 08, 1913, SECOND EDITION, Image 1

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Medford Mail Tribune
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MEDFORD, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 39JIJ.
NO. 298.
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SCENES ON TEXAS BORDER, WHERE MEXICANS ATTACKED 0. S. TROOPS
FAILS TO AGREE
SMALL WAGES
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Will Bo Retrled
Mnrch 31 Sot ns Date for Rehear
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"t'MIII UlO CVllh'llcn I
hImmiIiI bine broil fu'ultti'l at
OIICO.
".My innocence lint been
firmly established twice, lint
HllTO wero hOIIIO IIH'II on tlm
jury who would have voted to
convict me men If they had
not bnnr.il a word of tho evi
dence, "I will htny here nml figdl
n h long an in nrcpHHiiry. I
can keep going ox long ns
Fredericks can, nml I hear ho
ix going after urn untn.
'Well, I'm hrri". mid my
friends urc with me. I wasn't
nmpiittrd, hut I'm tHI able
to f1glil."
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i.os angixks, (').. Mured .-
After deliberating thirty-eight lioiim
Hint fmtv minute the jury Hint tried
t'lurcnro 8. Harrow oil charge of
bribing Hobcrt 1'. Hniu. n juror in
llm MoNumnrn trial, retried to
Judge Cnnlcy today tlmt it wax hope
lowdy iliNnurrrtl. Tho jury was din
ihargcd after ihc cnuitV funnnl 11
of Its members showed (hut it Mood
eight fur conviction to four for ac
quittal. The court complimented the juror
fur thrir imlii'iHM', thanked limn for
their sen ices mid dismissed them.
Judge Conley lined Mnrch fll, ns
the, time fr tint next trinl. He added
IhaT If the prosecution moves Hint
the cfc-o be dismissed, nuv Mipervir
court jiiduo In t'iiiHtw(red to JImuInu
It.
Tim irport of Fomitun PctliiiRill
was received in hlleiicc by tho crowd
Hint pneked Ihe courtroom. There
wiim not u sound but the ihuff)lug
of feet.
When the verdict was an
nounced, Mr. Harrow, pale and
lense, revelled the shock bravely.
She turned mid Mailed ut her hus
band whole face, wax lined nud
weary. Hut almost immediately
Darrow gripped himself ami prom
pled his nttorne.vH in the nuno to
liavn another trial dale net.
!it ricL Attomev Fredericks ile.
(dared late lodav that ho will bring
the Harrow ease to trial again.
"It in still oil the hooks," ho said,
"and I will go nhend with it. ThntV
whnt I'm here for. I have no fuither
plans to announce now "
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NI5W YOHIC. Mined 8.- Standard
Oil of Now Jersey htock was offered
on tho curb at $'.M in tde Mock
trailing hero today, u break of twen
ty pointH over iiittlit. Them wero
few bidders. Koutd Pennsylvania
Oil willed recently Hold at 10.05 was
offered nt 8.03 ut tho opening with
no tnkcrtf.
.Standard of California dropped to
1(11). UiieiiHliH'Nti concerning the
polioy of Attorney (letieral Me.Hey
noldrt unused tho deeliue, Tho mar
ket closed weak.
Union Puolfio dropped to 1."i0 !)
which Ih below tho price It nusunied
ut tho tiiau of tho Harrininn merger
decision. American Tobueco fell
I l-'J and miirked deellno wuh iiIho
.noted In other hinudanlH, Tito for-
cluii inoiioy BtriiiKency noted as n
deterent to trade.
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ATH10N8, March 8. At tho bond
of lilu forces, Crown I'tinco Constan
tino ontuiod Junlnn ut noon today,
according to udvlce received hero.
Ho wuh mot by 15,000 citizens ut the.
city and rIvoii a rousing welcome!
Perfect order I'oIriik lu tho city, tho
Turkish pIlluBors having fiod.
Starvation Pay of Mall Order and
Department Stores Drovo Em
ployers Promise Co-operation
ploycsr Promise Co-operation
CIIIOAIIO, March R. Driven to
enter n wlitto mIuvo rexort by tho Im
poiinllilllty ot tlvliiK on ft u week,
"i:. 0." told to tho kcnnto "Ktarva-
(Inn waiten" prolxTM hero In oiecutlva
hIkkIoii, n ntory on bell on earth In
the wlitto tlavo deu which mnilo tho
eommltteo jmlo with horror. "K. U."
today In lu a churcli lionltal a
wreck. Hho wan carrlcil Into tho
committee' room almost lndplet.ii nud
Icnllflod that when her hiulianU died.
Iravlrm hrr with a child to mipport,
liunitrr forced hur Into a llfo of
nhamo,
(irt LM of Kulcldro.
Tho protiera today nuked the coro
ner for a Hut of women milcldes who
ended their liven became they wcrn
uuulilc. lo obtain oinployment. Theitc
cairn are to tie cihuiiktlvely examined
ko far aa potnltilc to Iraro llinn.
I.lriiteiiant (lovrrnor O'llnra today
proually appealed to a Rroup of
i!Uiplu)er waltltiR to temlfy to lend
their aid toward the pasmiKu of a liw
pnMldliiK a minimum wbrc of 1 12
weekly for all women workern tu
IlllnoU. Koine promliied to do o,
Kdward lllllntan, millionaire own
er of a department store here, tend
fled today that ho began life a a
cauli lioy at 1 2 jwr week. Aaked a
to tho relation between low worcb
and proitltutlon, ho ald;
Adniltx tlm Truth.
"I don't know tho exact relation
but I belluve the Klrln will null them-
aolvea rather than atHrv'.,
llltlmau nald he employ 1817 ulrli
at an avcraRc weekly wbro of 18.71.
Of Ihritc. 1!3 Rlrl, he aald, Ret $3.50,
$4 and $5. Other holding poMtlom
below that of nalonwomen Ret $.
Mont of tho S3. 00 Rlrla. be aald, were
employed at the rcyuent of their par
cuta. Ah the eiuplnycra of theie RlrU,
llltlmau ald. "I feel n moral renpon
Mblllty. We have social worker and
a woman doctor to visit tho Rlrla and
lo Hco to their health."
Hlllmau aald he had dUcharRed Im
moral floorwalker and had had their
name lUted o they could not ob
tain employment at any other depart
ment atore, He declared no worthy
Rlrl could bo held down because ono
of her superior disliked her and de
nied positively that Rlrla are black
lltdcd at tho local stores If thoy of
fend their employer.
rroinlscw Cooperation.
Hlllmau accepted tho BURReBtlou of
O'llara and promised to employ In
vestlRatortt on Monday to learn tho
truth of statement made by the Rlrla
seekltiR employment. Ho thouRht
that from S.8 to $0 a week wua suffi
cient to hiipport a Rlrl but refused to
answer any quettlon na to tho prof
its ot lila store.
At this Senator Juul said:
"If you employer do not help u
to find a solution of the social evil
somo worse mean will be used."
WEEKS DEADLOCK
IS UP PARLIAMENT
OTTAWA. Out., March S. SHU
talkliiR nRalnst tlmo In an effort to
forco n Rwnornl election on tho ques
tion of how Canadian aid to Imperial
defense nhould bo Riven, tho llboralB
under Sir Wilfred Uurlor today kept
tho deadlock In tho douso of com
mons. Tho battle ot words will ond
tonlRht at mldnlRlit, when adjourn
ment will bo taken until midnight ou
Sunday when tho mombori will ro-
turn afresh und tho stniRRlo Iioriu
anew.
ANOTHER CANDIDATE
FOR FEDERAL MARSHALL
KIKIKKK, Ore., Mnrah 8. Hurrjr
h. Hrown, who served two years ns
sheriff of Luno county urovlous to
tho first of this your, has today nn
pounced his ouudtduoy for the offioa
nf iTnltixl StutcH murslmll for Hie ills-
triot of Oregon und forwnrded his
npplinition to Uio United stiuos at
toiiioy tonorl.
ABTILLEUY MAKOEUVXINO. oofWG- I"mto C77r:
POLICE LEAGUED Iter , , . . . , -11
WITH HOODLUMS IH- :$L 'wW::M
- : Villi''? AmJ iHHtM ill dj?L - :yf
WASIIINOTON. Mareli- H. -Kwoni
declarnliou that the indico were lu
leiiRim with hoodlums to break up
the htiffrnRctto pantile here March
'I was uiru the Joiicm Hub-cotnuiit-tec
hero today by (IcorRij Cnufield
of Kimkuiie, Wash. He told tlm
prtilxTn of a sneering miniver he
received from n policeman when he
asked him the lime the parade w.im
scheduled to Malt.
''There iiiu't Koing In ! no
Jlarllde,," ('nufield ny the Hjlice
man told him, "because it's pilot; to
be busted."
Konner Secret nr' f War SliniMiii
was niuontr the witnesses IcMifyinc
lodav. Ho told the commilten Hint
the Jaw jtrevented his uiiiK reintlm
Innips to clear the streets nud xaid
he stretched his authority when lie
finally ordered n troop of cnvolr
from Fort Meyer to restore order.
(leiicral Aifxnt MilN, one of the
inarcliorx in the parade, character
lir the crowd ns n "sneering gath
ering of hoodlums" which tho jwilicc
made no effort to rebuke.
LYMAN OUT AGAIN.
TACOMA. Wash., Mnrch 8. -Dr.
John Grant I.yman, convicted ot con
spiracy to cBcapn from tho custody of
tho federal authorlllo In San Fran
cisco, enjoyed Just two and a half
hours of freedom today after serving
six months In McNeil's federal prison
for his crime.
Immediately upon his release, from
prison, I.yman, In company ot two
guards, left for tho city. Deputy
United State Marshal Davlsson was
waiting for tho party and placed I.y
man under arrest. Tho prisoner
must return to Io Ancelos to faro
a charRn of using tho United States
malls to defraud.
I.yman will bo taken south today.
FROM JAIL HOSPITAL
t'LF.VKI.ANI), Ohio. March 8.
Scared hero today for James
McXiuholas, a Portland, Oiegon,
broker, recently arrested in ltostou
nit n fnko gold miuo promoter, re
vealed no-clue to the whereabouts of
tlm man who broke out of tde jail
dospital diHt night.
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FOR VICE CLIQUE
PORTLAND, Or., March S. Her
bert King, convicted recently ot being
n member ot tho vlco clique, has to
day been sentenced by JuiIro Outens
to bU months in tho county Jail. His
was tho fourth conviction In tho vlco
clique crusudo.
DEFEATED FOR JOB
WASHINGTON, Mured 8. Joseph
Wilson, brother ot tho president, wns
defeated for tho secretaryship ot the
senate, nfter a two days' battlo In tho
Democratic canons. Jnmos linker, as
sistant librarian for tho senate, gets
tho 1 6,000 job. Ho wua elected ou
tho second ballot.
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MEXICAN SOUJIEBS OF THE TYPE THAT CLASHED WITH AMERICANS . -
JJCKNK IN CAMFS OF USITED SlAlES THOOrs ORDERED 10 MEXICAN BORDER.
CALL FOR BIDS FOR
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The county court Saturday Uxiicd
a call for bid for the construction ot
a new vault In which to keep tho
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county records. 'The present vault
In tho recorders' office la far too
small and In unsafe.
In addition to building tho new
vault tho county court plans to In
stall n additional set ot filing canes
in thev clerk' vJLfeU' yMUavnllablo
filing space Is. used. raulng iomo of
tho records to repose upon the floor
ot tho valut.
MFARLAND WINS
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NIJW YOIIK. March 8. Hv putting
over cverythltiR short of a knockout,
Fackoy McFarland, tho OIiIcbro htock
yard flRhter. won out over Jack Ilrlt
ton, also of ChlcaRo, In their ten
round ro at Madison Square here,
llrltton put a right band counter to
tho chin In tho fourth that staRKcrcd
McFarland, but It wait tho only solid
punch ho landed.
It was a clean-cut contest from tho
first bell and thcro Is talk hero to
day of rematchltiR tho boy. Kxccpt
In the fourth, I'ackoy had a clean lead
In every round, but llrltton fouRht In
a tlRerlsh fashion and what would
havo happened had tho bout gouo
totiRcr Is a matter of conjecture.
LOW THEIR STRIKE
AKHON, Ohio, March S--That des
porato conditions confront tho strik
ing rubber workers hero wns admitted
by strlko yeadors today. Tho solo
hope for continuing tho strike now
rests on outside aid.
Tho manufacturers clulm that 4000
striker havo returned to work, and
that hundreds moro aro applying for
tholr old positions. Tho legislative
probe Into the strlku was resumed to
day. E
TAFT OVER 2
WASHINGTON, March 8.- -President
Wilson today received tho jus.
tices of the United States supremo
court. It required oigdt ininutoH
only for the president to greet tde
jurists, slmko their hands and say
(rood livo.
When former President Toft firt.1
received tho court it required two
hours und tdirty minutes for dim to
do wdivt Wilson did iu oigdt njiiuites,
N W COUNTY VAUL
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EXPLOSION DEATH
LIST NOW THIRTY
1IAI.TIMOHK. Mil.. Mured 8.- j I'lllCAdO. Mnrch 8. -Itcfusiil to
Not more than thirty persons met utifv before tde Illinois legislative
lcnth in tde explosion of .100 tons r coramittcc wllit.j, h InvealigalhiR-the
dynamite being loaded on tie. Al-, ,mvnicllt of wnBW, to irH iu Cdi
iiiiicliiiiu nt (urtii Hay, n Hnllimoro . ,)i(. llc,mrtineiit stores nnd
suburb, according fo kiimhI JiM-L ,ile Iuwy (UCslio)lf nmy coSt
compiled here today. Thc number Jmn(M s5nWin, $w president of
of mTvAU placed at , 0. The MBhn RcW alld vmavutty, a henv
Min ot JO dead lmc been brouudl fiet or lHgUy n juil wnllce.
to k tde morgue but prevailing codl Sin)H0II wLcn alim.d, declared
wcnlder lirulwblv will delay the re- ut 0 Mrtr8na KicId t.oinpuny e,n-
CT?'0f:Jh,e.O,h0rl',"!"' l'Ived 4,222 girlj and women. He
Tales of heroism lodfty wero nu-(,,,.;,, 11ir ...,, HiU. lrn,.rt
merous. John Goodshuc in n launch
snved 18 iiersoiiR nud Iurs from Cur
tis Hay snved everyone aboard the
tug Atlantic. Tlm United StnteH col
lier Jason was wrecked nlong with
tde Aliuncdino nnd Hie tu? Atlantic
Tho moncinrv loss today wu csti-
mnted nt $200,000.
AKIN 'APPEALS
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FOR FAIR PLAY
To tho Editer:
As the father of Dfloss Akin, who
was written up In your yesterday'
Issuo as n very bad boy based upon
charRco f assault upon Grace Savago
with Intent to commit rape, I wish to
ask tho public to withhold Judgment
until both sides of the case have been
heard lu tho courts. Tho boy is 1C
years of bro. and so as I kuow had
uot dovclopod vicious tendencies. I
am slow to believe that ho Is as bad
as made out by tho statement ot tho
prosecuting witness. Tho boy as
sures mo that, so far as being crim
inal In tho matter Is concerned, be Is
Innocent, and I bellevo him.
As to tho chnrgo that he outraRcd
tho 12 (II) year old sister, it Is
wholly without foundation of fact
and tho charges filed against him
will also provo equally groundless, I
am sure. F. D. AKIN,
Medford. Oro., March S, 19193.
POPE PIUS SUFFERS
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ltOMK, Mured 8. --Pope Pius is
Miffcnng from Ido grip nnd compli
cated bronedial trouble, according to
announcement hero today. It wip
said at tdo Vatican Hint all audiences
duv been indefinitely suspended.
SAN QUKNTLV, Cal March S. -Convicts
at tho state penitentiary
hero today aro jubilant over tho de
cision ot tho stnto hoard ot prison
commissioners to abolish utripos. A
bluo cadet uniform will bo adopted
lustead, only tho lucoriibles will bo
kept lu utrlpcs,
MARSHALL FIELD'S
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MANAGER
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t fivf u aj( ittitit , i '"
hour siris" ore jnid on n bauis of
$8 per week and that many of them
do not make more than $4 weekly.
Asked to stnted tdo profits of tde
Field business o that the probtrs
might be informed ns to wdctdei
wages migdt fairl ybo increased,
I Simpson refused to answer. Today
it will be decided whether lie .shall
be comiK'lled to reply.
ANYONE CAN SEE
WASHINGTON, March- S. Joseph
Tumulty, private secretary to Presi
dent Woodrow Wilson, announced
hero this afternoon that tho nows
paper men would have entry to hla
office unannounced and unhindered.
This means It will bo practically Im
possible for any ono to visit Wilson
without the correspondents learning
tho visitor's Identity.
CLOWN CONVICTED OF
CHICAGO. March S. Charles Con
way, u former circus clown and his
wife Beatrlco Conway, wero convicted
here today ot murdering Mis Sophia
Singer, a Haltlmore heiress, lu a
lodging house here last October. Tho
Jury recommended a llfo sentence for
Conway aud 14 yeara for his wife,
Tho Conwas guvo notice that they
would enter n motion for u new trial.
OI.YilPIA. Wash., March 8. Sen
ator Nichols bill to put all trusts out
ot business is up to tho house. This
bill, which prohibits any commodity
to bo sold In Washington nt a htgbor
prlco than anywhoro elso lu tho world,
was passed by tho senate Friday by a
vote ot 'i'i to 17 In spltu ot tho posi
tive assertion on the part ot many
lawyors that It Is unconstitutional.
Scientist Presents Culture Without
Hope or Promise of Reward (9
Surgeon - General Blue Experi
ments to Be Made In Army
NKW YOKK, March 8. Traducera1
of Dr. Frederick Franx Frlodmann,
discoverer of nn alleged tuberculosa
cure were handed a hard Jolt hero
today when Surgeon General Uluu
announced that tho young Berlin
scientist has given his culture to the
United States government without
hope of financial reward. This pre
liminary sots at rest published re
port that Prlcdmann cntno to Amor
lea to mako million out of hi treat
ment. Another Important announcement
today was that the government 1 to
giro Frledmann'a culturo an Imme
diate and thorough test. With this
end In view Surgeon John Anderson
and Passed Assistant Surgeon Arthur
Stlmson haTe been nsslgsed to tho
Investigation and will leavo for New
York tonight to remain with Or.
Prlcdmann until be has taught them
how to administer his remedy.
Monkeys will be subjected to treat
ment first. The tests will bo ot tho
most exhaustive naturo nnd will re
quire months ot work and examina
tion. If tho culturo Is proven effi
cacious and tho monkey patients
show Improvement It then will bu
Riven 'to the tubercular sufferers lu
tho government hospitals la Port
Staunton. N. M. If successful there.
.It then will be extended to the other
20 hospitals In the government's ser
vice. PLAN INCOME TAX
TO REPLACE TARIF
WASHINGTON". Mnreli 8. To
raise nt least $100,000,000 to replace
Hie revenues lost through tde slash
ing of tdo tariff, tde house ways and
means committee is considering an
incomo tax hero today.
Many of tde committeemen udvo
cute Hie passage of an iueouio tux
law ut the extra session. Somo fa
vor taxing incomes -down-to uud in
cluding $3,000 anunlly. Tho major
ity, however, advocate $.,000 yearly
ns the minimum income to which tho
tax could bo applied. Tentative
bills arc being prepared.
ISE
W. S. Itanium, president ot tho
Koguo River Valley railroad, bus
asked the city of Jacksonville for u
30-year franchise for his steam road
In Jacksonville and das also usked
the prlvllego ot electrifying tho lino
It ho sees fit.
According to tho tonus ot tho fran
chise which Mr. Darnum Books ho
does not agree to make any return
to the city.
The new council will probably or
der an election on the matter.
TAX COLLECTIONS
KEEP MANY BUSY
Tho money for tuxes continues to
roll In at Jacksonville, Chht Deputy
Wilson und a force ot a dozen dupu
tics being l'.ept on the Jump handling
the collections. In uddltlon tu this
tho several bunks over tho county
uro busy recelvelng tuxes.
According to present Indications
about ?50,0U0 lu tuxes will be col
lected by tonight when tho first week
closes. Taxpayers havo until next
Saturday to pay their taxes and get
their rebate.
0LNEY OFFERED JOB
COURT OF ST. JAMES
WASHINGTON', Mtir, 8. Hlcdurd
Oluey of floston, a former United
States uttonioy general under Gro
vor Clovclnnd, today ww offered tdo
mubussndorsdip o England by Presi
dent Wilson,
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