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Medford Mail Tribune
Knlr. Heavy Frtwit Totilght.
.Mas, no, MIh, a.
tUlly Hovrntli Vfr.
MEDFORD, OftJSCION, BA'ITHDAV, MAKCII 15, 3010.
SONORA REBELS DECISIVELY DEFEATED
fiwvlwi'00 t r
SODDEN SALLY 84 LIVES LOST
DRIVES REBELS $7,000,000 LOSS
FROM POSITION FROMCYCLONE
General OJeila Sutltcnly Assaults So.
nora llcliels Near Nacoa anil Forces
Retrent Colics Forces Caunht by
Surprise and Entirely Unprepared.
Colder Weather Causes Much Suffer
I ii II Amottfi Storm Victims In South
ern States Additional Deaths Ex
pected Six Still Mlsslnfl.
Bud Anderson in Three Poses
United States Deputy Marshal Shot In' Wire Communication Down and Death
Leu Watchlnu Dattle From Amer
ican Side of Dorder.
List Certain to Be Increased When
Senator Submits Proposals Giving.
Majority flule In Committee Ap
pointments So as to Make Upper
House Active and Efficient Branch.
NACO, An.. March I.V The .Mr.
ii'Mii federal funic under Uoncrul
Ojeilu mki'IiiimI a complcto xielory ox
er llio trlioU under Ciillwt and llmim
inonlo before Kami, Hoimrii today.
Tim inbuilt, after u!lliHiitMliiiK the
federal ntlnitk fur uu bourn brobn
ami lied Roiithxwitd,
Tweho reUlit aro kiioiwi to be dead
mill iiemly M hundred noiiuded. Tlit
fnlcrnl m U tint kiimvu.
NATO, Atlr., MhitIi 15.-Astound-fug
bit rebol hotthwr. (tenet al Ojedn
M llm brail iT .tlKI federal millir.l
fm lb from Nhihwi at noon imluy ami
iiaiillvil Im rebel in tlirir minioii
in tin bills three mile Miulhcnt of
I In' tun ii.
The ibiUiiin of'ruliclH under Colonel
('nlles, 5.1U KlrtMijc, xxns drlxrn from
il pimitlnn bv a determined federal
infantry attack supixirtrd by n mu
ehiue pin fire. A scurr nro riMiiti'l
kilb'il or ugiiinlroii ImiIIi side.
OJdn' hlriilvcy wittglit llio ruhcl
nlinliili'Iy unprepared. Tho federal
linn Mnit almost upon their H)iiiii
before they ouuhl bo neinbled in
Tbi' Jmlernl ndwniiv wa matki'd
bx a Millny from the ilflen of harp
liiKttcru poktiil mi tln roof of build
inuti tn N'iiimi, Snnoni, ami wim pox
ered liy th machine ami fire. Ojedn
Milhhttbl lit fiio until with four bun-
died yards of Colli.' front.
On the firit alloy of the federal
a doxtm rebel foil. Tlio ntlneknii;
puly suffered honxily xxhoii their fin
Cnllo, ret root Ini; (.lowly, finally
en inn lo rest in Aicua 1'iiu canyon, n
mill) from bin original xisillou. Col.
llrnt'innnto, ilh Idd, nln'1 infantry
nml l.'O inoiiiiti'il nii'iw ciii'ampi'il fivu
unlw lo llio Moutli, Mlarlcd at unco to
IiIh it h1 .
llrpntv I'nili'il .Stales Maolial A.
A. IlnpkliiK, wali'liinu tin uiiKiiKt'HKMit
fioin (bo AiiH'iiriiu hiib wari -hliot
Ibrouli lu livj-liv a nln'1 Inilli't. lie
mm bnniglit lo tin AinoHi'aii boNpital
luri' wi'tiK from tln lo of litoml.
MICMI'IIIK, To mi , March tC -TiikliiK
It" hwivlost loll at lllo In
I In MtuloN of (IforKlii, ToniH'Hfciw,
Alnlitinui. Tkiihm. I,(ulhlniin iiml MU
klMlppl. SI pnrMiim tin known to
linvo mi( ililli In tin- tcrrlflr utorni
which )ititcnly out thu mlitillu
ot nml (ho xiiilti. Collier wi'atlii"1
toiliiy I'fliimiit iiiiiili miffcrlni; nmon.t
thi ktorm Wt'tliim In thn Hoiilhrrti
ktntuN nml mtilltloniil ili-ailio from cv
IHiRiirii n fimrwl. HU lironn.
rlnnlM' of Ihi' known iloiiil. nro mlmi
Ink In Aliihnmn nml It In ii'iiml thu)
too nro iloml. Thu iloath lint dy
(looreln. SU; Toniion(ti 23; Ala
Iimiiih. IS, Toxim, 6; IaiuIhIuiiii, 7;
Tin inojKirty Iohh In riiiirmoiKi. K
tlmnlfH loilny vnrloutly plurril tin
ilnm.iKo from l3.nuo.U00 to f 10,000
000, but It Ii lii'llovoi) Hint 17.000.
000 In roturrvntlvo (Inure.
Telephone nml telegraph roninui
ulnnlliin l iloiui In n core of rmnli
aouihiTii tonim nml thu ilenth IIM 'i
nlinoil rerlnln to bn materlnlly In
rretMl when It In rriitoreil. Th'i
Mtorm In thu tnliMlo went rniiTil
heiivy property ilnmnRi, hut thin fee
Hon ivtcnpeil the heavy lonn of life
oMU'h'il by the tornmlo In thu (outh.
Democratic Caucus Increases Mem
bership of Woman Suffrage Com
mittee to Nine Two Yet to Choose.
SERVICE AT PASADENA
I'ASADCN'A. fill. March 13 -I'amulemi
will be thn ho hid of thu
firm pdnnenKer cnrrylnR tllrlKlhlu nlr
nhlp tienlcu In America In about two
TIiIh nuuoiiucement wan inmln to
ilny by Itoy Kmihuuihue, who In Junt
couipletlm; n IiIk neroilromu for titw
licniiunrti'r. HU alrnhlp Is expert
eil to iiinko m'Mirnl louuit trlpn ilnlly
to the bench cltlec, tho I'lirwowil nhlp
havhiK a capacity of ten piihxenKcru
In mlilltlou to tho pilot. It will b
rapnblo of a Npecil of 40 allien m
hour ami will enrry fuel nufflclent
(or S I hour to be rtmlv for '
ADM RALS STOMACH
ItOlKI.AND, Maliio, Muivb IV
I'nixoii iii exnleiit in thn nlomacb of
Uear Aibuirul Itohurt (1. l!aloii, lie
I'ouliiii; to mi itnnffiniul aiiiiouiiec
meiil here today, following mi cvuin
iuullou of llm nlomui'h by 1'iofcxMor
William Whitney, llio Iinivniil eliem
iil. Ktilou dieil uniler inyHlerioiiH eir
euiiislimcos ut bin homo horn. Ar
ieti nro e.pei'lcil to follow llio mi
iioinieouieiil. Mix. ltnlpli Ju'.vch, llm iiiliiilinl'n
tli'iiluiiKlili'r, ilcelureil loilny tliat bur
falber wax mblielcil to ilrtiH, nmoketl
"lianheeb" ami drunk heavily. .She
is of (lie opinion that be poisoned hi
mlopleil bnhy ubilo in la ilninkcn pur-
PORTLAND BUILDINGS LIMITED
TO 15 STORIES IN HEIGHT
l'OimNI), March Ifi. Aeeor.l
iu to n ilcoiHioii loilny innebed liy
llio hiiililiii),' coilo reviHloii coininitleu,
nliMilulo iireprool' liuilillnH of llm
most inoili'in typo, limy bo orcutml in
I'orllaml to n liulKht of 15 atorius,
or 'J0U i'tu't. Kloel frnino 1'iro-prooC
liulliliiiKH willi wooilen iloorri ami win
dow (aniiu;H inny bo eieeled lo u
liellit of 12. HloiioH, or 1110 fuel. Old
inary iireprool' bulldbiKH of rcinfmo
od ooueifltu may bo eruoled to a
hi'ijjbt of icu bloiU'b, or 110 foot.
MINIMUM WAGE BILL
SACRA MKNTO. ful., .Alnreb l.V
With oiKiini.eil labor si limply op
pohcd ami Oovernor .loliiimm an
MroiiKly n favor of a minimum wnKo
hill for women, one of tho hipgcM
HkIiIh of tlm California Icgislaturo'x
hubsiou may eomo hero next week.
ViuioiiH monsni'os to net a minimum
wai;o for California women nro before
llm loyNlnluro and ornnii'i'il labor is
nppoKed to tlirni all. John I. Nolan,
newly elected coiiKrctonnnn in hero to
uiil lubor'ri l'it;lit. Ho hiivh lahor U
Htroiifjly in fax or for invobtiunlion of
llio Volution of low xvitRCit to irofti
tulion. but no miiiimmu wage hill so
fur Mihmittcil will piovo aecoplable.
DANNY O'BRIEN FIGHTS
DRAW WITH CAMPBELL
SCATTI.K, Mnivli 13.-Tho lodirn
enmiBomeut between Danny O'Hrien
of l'oitluiiil, nml liny Camphcll of
San Fraiieiseo, reunited in four Hlash
hiK roumlrt to a draw at tho llroam
land Pavilion Fiidny nlj;bt. Campbell
bud but oiio ilu.Y to k1 i uondillou
for tlm mnloh) beiui; mibstiluted at
llio hint mimitfl for Krnio llaiinau,
who injured bin arm and xvuy unnblo
WASHINGTON', March l.V-Scuu-!
tor John W. Kern of Indiana, major
ity lender in the senate ami the ilnno
crntiu t-cmite canons committer, toilav
were prcHeuted with I he reform pro
ponalM of (hi. uVuioerntio 'VteeriiiK"
eommitlees. Among the reforms mij:-
KOHtoil are tho follonint;: t
That democratic, incmlicr of all ,
eonferenoe commitlceH ami sub-corn-mittecii
hereafter he chosen by the J
democratic iih'iiiIiith of the re-H'clix-f ,
coiiimilleoij nffreU'il; that tho demo-1
crntlo caticiiH iunlead of thu cauciiH J
rbuinnnii hereafter choose the Mecr- ,
iu; cominitteu; that a majority of i
cnob commitlre elect it own cbnir- I
ninn nml Hint the xncnucie.s on all
coiumllteoH shall be filled liy the
htcerini; committee with thu approval
of the caueiiM.
'We propose," said Sennlor Kem
today, "that the senate slmll be drm
ocialio in reality. I hoxi these rrso
lullomt wilt ho iiiloplrd, ho the coun
try mny kntiwlKnl tlje senate, under
ilemoerntin control, in active ami ef
ficient and n sympathetic brunch of
wipular government, which will ro
Hpoml rptickly lo the will of the people
and do itn full share of work in the
jjreat jwogrcjisive movement of tho
Tho caucus increased the member
ship of the woman suffrage commit
tee to nine, with the following mem
hem: Scuntorn Thomas, Owen, Asburst,
Jones, Sutherlnml, Ituusdcl! ami Mol
lis. Two republican members nrr
,xet to he chosen. The first five sena
tors represent stales xvbere xxomvii
already have the ballot.
i nfrfmBif' 4 -
W 'mBP "
WM J u ?7B
TEN TO SEVEN
Pride of Medford and Knockout
Brown Fall to Tip Scales at 133
Larcj Crowd Witnesses Bout
Both CofifWent of Success.
Great Interest in Bout Which Will
Class Anderson as Top-notcher or
Rank Him With Down and Outs;
WASHINGTON, March l.V- Seua-
lloi-H Cbamhorluiii ami I.ano of Oregon
were assigned to sex oral important
commlttecH by tlm domocrutii caucus
today. Senator Chambeilaiu xus
named chairman of tho public, laud-.
conuuitteo ami wan aliio appointed a
member of tho following committees;
Agriculture and forestry, appropri
ations, commerce, military affair,
national hanks and territories.
Suuator litiim wiw nnmeil cbairmnn
of tho foivst reservations uml pro
tection of gamo commilteo uml np
poinled member of the foreign com
mittee, chimin, expenditure:! in tho
war department, fishorirH, Iudiun af
fairs, irrigation, thu Philippine, pub
lic buildings nml grouudu nml coast
IS FELTJHHIS CITY
A nllRlit earthaunko wiih recorded
lu thu city at 12: 10 o'clock todny. It
was barely percuptlblo, but failed to
Hot past tho local weather btatlon
ml I 'MwP
SENATORS ABANDON PLANS
LOS A .VUEI.ES, March Jo. Uc
fore nnolber Jay is done. Knockout
IJrowu of New York cither will be
consigned to pugilistic oblivion or
I Itud Anderson of Vancouver, Wn. and
1 .Medford, Oregon, will have dropped
the qunlifxiug "sensational" that
heretofore usually has accompanied
bis name in print. The boys were
i Miieuuieu io unuie twenty rouuus in
IIcCnrcy's Vernon urenn this after-
noon, iii-iory iur urowu inenni an
other crack at his cououerer. Joe
i Itixers, and for Anderson, to shake
his skirts free of future association
J with the second-rates.
t nf Ii. frtv.nAa. ffn.AM 11 Iff f.M.n
..VM w .v. .Iiv. .....J If, ... ... V.UWI
of Medford, Ore., the Oregon delega
tion that tupportcd Uud Anderson In
hi Bchedulcd 2Q-round battle wtth
Knockout Urown here today resem
bled a rooting section at a college
athletic event. A acore of Medford
and Portland spertames occnpld a
block of teats at the ringilde and
oven before tho first preliminary uad
managed to inform everyone in the
topmost bleachers row whence thsy
uiieiM :. M.....I. i- ..,... came and who they liked."
...,ii ii . i .,. , , . A h,Rh rS fa,,ed to dampen the
itf l'nreell today eluded a mob bent flrdor of the ringaldera. and tho great
on n lynching and took Krank-Sullcus," pavilion filled rapidly, giving early
"J I yearn of age, who confessed to an evidence, ot a goodly sized crowd
assault uikui Dorothy
years old, from the city jnil to East I ,rowen
St. Louis. Mi.s Holt is in n critical . .,,
condition but probably will recover.
Sheriff Purcell and bis deputies j
.. H o ." iniurni in the first preliminary. So
Unlay. Hundreds of infuriated citi- L - ,,.rt h nil,,h Tn Sllv
PEACE TERMS OF
Indemnity Demand Retarded as Ex
orbitant ami Extended of lunar
ian Frontier and Acquisition of
Aegean Isles to le Opposed.
Demands Purposely Made Large (n
Order to Prevent Conference Until
Beselged Fortresses Capitulate.
LONDON', March 15. Ambaww
dors representing the nevnral Hum
pcVin powers met here today Ij in
formally consider tho replr of thn
Ualkan allies regarding the terua on
which It would negotiate wiy Tur
key for practr.
It war admitted by several or tho
auibasebdors that tho powers cannit
accodo to the allies demands. Tti-j
Indemnity demand Is regarded en.r
bltant and tho powers probably wit:
rcfuso to agreo to the extension of
tho Bulgarian, frontier to Kodosto or
give Greece tho Aegean IsIaniU.
It was reported today that th
Dalkan states purposely made their
demands exorbitant 1b order to pre
vent a peace conference until Scu
tari and Adrlanople arc captured. It
Is believed capitulation ot the two
fortresses I but a matter ot' a fexr
Holt fifteen 'naerson remainea a netting ra-
vonie ai iu to a. I'racucaiir au ine
money offered was gobbled up
i u) mo uri'ftun vuuiiiiKVUi.
Preliminaries Arc Good.
Harry Hammer made good his pa
rens s wanned about the jail and de
mauded that Sullens be turned over to
them. Purcell and bis deputies ap
peared at the prison gates with Win
chesters und kept the crowd back.
Later the militia was called out by
Governor Diinno in response to an
urgent call by Purcell and the sol-. I Allen was almost belnlcss.
diers kept the crowds moving- through J Mike Doll knocked out Uuck La
out the night. The city is quiet to-1 hoy In the third round of a scheduled
day but a mob, unnwarc of the re- four round go. Thoy aro light
inoval of Sullens, Mill is gathered ( weights.
llb?.U.1 "J? n0'1, ,. . -r. , i i,ller uuv oved the beam at the
Miss Holt was assaulted Thursday I ,,.,.;,,; in fnrninv1,i ,.f it,.. !.
--- n " "..., ... ..v .
that the referee stopped the mill In
tne tnird round. Tbey aro light
weights. Danny Lyon of Los Angeles beat
Young Allen of New York at tho ban
tam weight limit. Tho go was
stopped In tnc fourth round when
SISTER OF LOCAL MAN
IS KUfDM WRECK
0. D, Iloon received word today
from Nebraska Unit bis sister, Edith
Hoou, was killed iu tho wicck.of the
Union Paoifiu passenger train ut
Cogiuli Nebraska, Friday iu which
four people lost their lives and eight,
ST. LOl'IS. Mo. March 15 -He.
ciuibo of tho opposition voiced by
tho California railroad commUnlon,
Judge I.oett. chulnmiii ot the board
of directors of tho Union Pacific sys
tem, announced iu tho United States
circuit court hero today that tho
modified plun for tho dissolution of
thu Union I'aclfle-Southern Pacific
merger had been abandoned. United
States Attorney Pouts, spcnklng for
tho government, (hen discovered that
Attorney General Mcllcynnlds had
not been acquainted with tlio modi
fied plan nud that tho government
was In no position to either accept
or reject It. Tho court then granted
n coutinunnco of ten duvs. Thn eon.
tlnuanco was asked becaiiso tho Cali
fornia commlnhloa hud rejected tho
plan tho roads hud Intended to pre
sent to tho courts.
night but the news was not generally
known until yesterday. Lust night
tho authorities closed n dozen or
moro "blind pigs," pouiiiiR; seventy
fix e cases of beer into the sowers.
headquarter, at noon.
MRS. VANDERBILT LOSES
TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR PIN
NlV YOHIC, March 15. Tho losa
of u pin xxorth St 0.000 by Mrs. Will
lam K. Vnndorbllt Is reported to the
polleo today. The pin xvus niado up
ot pearls and diamonds,
TWENTY LOSE LIFE IN
M'KNOS AYHIJS. March 15.
Twenty poisons xvoro killed or se
riously Injured by a destructive ey
olono here. Tlio property damage Is
PORTLAND, .March 15. Miss
Klcnuor Wilson, daughter of Presi
dent Wilson has today asked the
Heed collc0 to mtiko reservations
for her during the second World's
Christian Citizenship conference to be
held iu Portland from June 'JO to
July C. President Wilson will bo the
principal bponker at tlio conference,
having announced that bis subject
would ho ''Tho Moral Implication of
tho Hight of Suffrage."
Miss Wilson is a settlement xvorkcr
and deeply interested iu all social
CAVALIERI TO MARRY
LUCIEN MURATORE, TENOR
1JKTHOIT, Mich., March 15
Mme, Una Cavallerl Is to marry l.u
clon Muratoro, tonor of tho parls
Grand Opera company, tn this city
March 28, according to reports re
ceived hero today,
Cavallerl and Murntora p.ro uow
with tho Paris Opera company In
Iloston, whoro the dlvu is said to bo
FROM HOLDING OFFICE
SALK.M, Or., Mureh 13. Accord
ing to an opinion today furnished by
Attorney General Crawford, at the
roquest of Governor West, no member
of the legislature may accept a posi
tiou ns county attorney under the bill
passed by tho last legislature, even
though bo should resign as n member
of that body. Crawford declared that
the constitution prohibited a member
from accepting n lucrative position,
which bo hud huiiself assisted in cre
STARVED FOR LOVE;
FED BY BURGLAR
MILWAUKKK. WJs March 15.
"I was simply starved for love."
This was tho explanation given
hero today by Mrs. Mable Clarkson.
wife of the Itev. Nestor Clarkson ot
Chicago, for deserting her husband
and children and eloping with Owen
D. Conn, San Krunclsco's "J100.000
burglar.' Conn told San Francisco
police that Mrs. Clarkson started him
on his career of crime, but tho wom
an says this charge ts untrue.
"I was married," continued Mrs.
Clarkson. "when I was only 18 years
old and my husband soon tired of
me. Ho treated mo shamefully. I
was so hungry for Ioro that I would
have been grateful for attention from
anyone. This condition of mind
blinded mo to tlm sort ot mini Conn
Mrs. Clarkson is bitter In her de
nunciation ot Conn and today ap
peared anxious to testify against
Mrs. Clarkson wus released from
custody after convincing Milwaukcu
polleo that she did not participate in
tho San Francisco robborles. Thu
woman loft at onco for Chicago In
tho hope of effecting a reconciliation
with her husband.
GO 10 ANNAPOLIS
WASHINGTON, .March 15. Sum
tor Chamberlain today nominated
Stanley Martin Haight of Medford,
Oregon, as au alternate at Annapolis,
Young Mr, Haight look bis exam
ination some tinia ago. Hi) is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Alton
Haight of this city and bus resided
hero since last October, They reside
at 110 Laurel street.
TURTLE SERUM CLINKS
NKW YOllK, March 15, Hereaf
ter tho United States government
will supervise all tho clinics of Dr.
Frederick Frans Frledmann, discov
erer of a turtle serum for the cure
of tuberculosis. Frledmann will
perform his inoculations under thn
direction ot United States Surgeon
Stlmson and thus the necessity ef
the Berlin doctor getting an Ameri
can license to practice medicine will
Dr. Frledmann returns here to
morrow and on Monday ho will In
oculuto u score of patleats at Hele
vue and Mount Slnal hospitals..
Improved child labor laws wert
enacted tho lust year In ten of th
fourteen states that held legislative