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Medford Mail Tribune
Hluwrr Tonight. Front.
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Daily t mlilti enr
MEDFORD, OHROON. T CHS DAY, APUIiVJG, J9KJ.
Edward Worth of Porllnml Surveyor
Grnrral, Jnmcs Durness Rculslrr,
Lnkcvlew, Mollirrilicd, Receiver at
Burns, Booth, The Dallrs. it.
Trank Meyers Named as Postmaster
at Porllnml Majority of Republl-
ran Postmasters Kepi In Office.
WASHINGTON", April li.Tlir
oiiiiito adjourned to Thursday nt
1:10 o'clock (his nfleninon without
thm iifl'Miiimii without on nny of
I'rcxidctit Wilson's nomination.
Tlix Pillowing iioiiiiiuitioiitt were
Milt til llll' St'lUlU'!
Anihunilor to Knjtlawl, Walter
l'K; nilant secretary of slate,
.luliii ()lmrti of V ntiilng; emmals
doner of intermit revenue, William
(tdlinrn of North Carolina; surveyor
yctiernl of Oirgou, Kdwnid Worth of
I'.mIIiiihI; lil-tr of I he liuiil office
nt Ijikcview, Oicgou, James Hurge,
I'cnlvor of publio iinuieyH: Samuel
Mollii-rxlioil, lluriiH, Ore; I.. A. Itootli,
'Hi.' Dalles, Ore; Nolan luff. I.n
Oroide. On.j Samuel Duller, Sacra
mento, Cnl. Postmasters; Frank
Me. vers, Portland. Ore: John Knlliiis,
Tulare, Cnl.. lunl Mliinin Swine til,
To tithe it rowwndlug "nwnl" nl
seeker of join from the Mwt office
departniiMil, I'(ilnwiMlcr flrnrrnl
MiirliMim borrowed the "big slick"
from President Wilson toilnv with the
ntinoniiecmoiil lliut "nil ) repuhli
vim MiiiinNti'iV nro to he retained.
Mntiy who believed tlmt Hurlesnn
vruiildhikb'Jijtf 'licnvlly laden plum
tico mito today Inkrn hack hy the
following statement from the .post
nirtctiT Rfiicnil: "Mv department
Hill Jpi nin tin btiahic line mill not
It wn learned Hiihxrqitriitlv Hint
the nmjritv of the postmanlcr nov
in oft ice will he ri'tiiineil.
LOS ANGELES JOBS
I.OH AN'flKI.KK. Cnl, April 16
That fenuiln alunocrnplieni lu Urn
AiiKelc receive from fl to $S per
week, experlH rccclvlnr. 110 to St
whllii mull) ittciioitrnphera rceeho
from $S5 to 1100 pur month for the
wiine nervier, I tho report of Mu.
I'riiuccrt Noel, u ineuiher of the mu
nicipal w'omcu'i wnr. InvimtlKatlui;
lommltteu, on f flu today with that
Mrn. Noul further ilerlnrott that
women HteuoKraplierH over -ii yeara
of ii ko find dlfflnilty net tin it em
phomeut, and thin difficulty In
Kieittnr If thu npplluaut In not prctt)
Kmitoymiiut nMcnclei, alio Hald,
chiirKD from SO to 26 per cent of
tho flrat moiith'ri wnr.es for plnrlnn
THREt SEPARATE SEIS
OF D. A. R. CANDIDATES
WASIIINOTOK, April 15. -Willi
tin en M'luiiiito M'ln of ciiuiliilnteH in
Hie ficlij the couvciitioii of the
DmiikIiIcih of thu Ameiiciiii Itevolu
tioii wiih Kt'hciltilci to iioniiiiiilo offi
cer ut 8 oVloulc HiIh eveniiiK. Tim
Iciiilin I'lindidiitoH for picsiilcut wete
Mrs. I, IC. Stoi-yu ninl Mrn, Chun. 11,
llrynn, with tho poHdlhility of n iliuh
Ihii'm' Kt'HiiiK tho nomhiiitiou.
pnEFEnnED honest poverty
TO TAINTED MILLIONS
l.OS ANOKMIS, Cnl., April 15.
"If I lunl hoot willing to iiccojit
Inihc.H or urnl'l, I coulil lmvo hern u
inilllonniie," wiih Slnjor Ocoikc
AhiMiiuler'H uiiiihuiiI Hlntcment toduy,
which he ciHiplcil with tin nHHoition
that h hail, in Iweiily-thrc-o yearn of
piihlio life, novor ni'i'cplcil n illwhou
iiut ilollnr. Tliu niM.vnr'H ileclarntiou
win not miuhi in reply In cIiiiik'' hul
in a rctrohH'('llvn moml on his fifty
firwl wcihlinj; iinuivoi'Dary.
AND PA ON
Efforts u( California ami Florida
Representatives to Increase Pro
posed Schedule Fall In Democratic
Cummins Introduces Srnale Amend
mont to Dar Meat Unless Inspected
Bryan to Slop All Infected Fruit.
WAillllNOTON, April 16.- Hfforl
n( 1'nllforula ninl t'lorliln representa
tive to Induce, tho liotiMn ilotiincrattc
fuiimit to lucrcnsu thu duty rates In
tint proponed rllriu fruit urtiiHlule of
tliu now tariff hill (illicit. Krcry
iiiiiiniitmciit to the trheiliiln propoHml
Man rcjcrtfil. I'.uly lu tliu itny tli
i atiouu uUu hint rcfiKi'il to cIi.iiirii
tliu ilutlc mi uhcHt ninl chicory.
The ri'Jcctci) iiiiU'iKltiniutN IncluJeit
Itcprcni'iitatlvii C'liurrh'N proponnl to
innliitylii tho prcftviit citron fruit iluty
of one mill ii Imlf cuntH nml ltopre
Hciitntlvn ItiiKcr'n rcKiiliitluu for n
cunt iluty liiituml of tlm ImU-rciit
ilut), or thu hill now provhlcn. Thu
rniiriiH limited ilch.ite on thu iiineml
incut to 16 inluiitcii.
After the Church ameiiilmcnt hail
been rejected iy n vlvn vorn vote.
Itcprcxculutlvii Clor of riorlita pro
poncd mi nmeuilnieiit protilltiK thn-s
ijnnrtcr of n rent duty on piny
In tho nctidtn today ('iiuiniliii I ji
trodiircd nn nmeuiluieiit to the tar
iff hill propoNltiK to bar moata funii
forelKn rotintrleM uhcro n i)teni if
meat liupectlon prevalhi which U
not heen proclaimed hy tho preil
dent to he eiiial to that In tho Unit
ed Hlatra. It protlde for a ctuf)
liiJpi'cllou of cattle.
Keiiator Ilrnn of Florida almi pro
pOHcd an nmoudmeiit forhlddliiR tho
Importation or citrus frtill fioin
dlntrlrta "Infected with th red
Hriilo. the white fly or other para
ullria." BRYAN PUIS ONE
WASHINGTON, April 13 -Sccro-lary
of State Hryan put over ft ;ood
cmiii on President Wllnon mid the
other memlicrn of tho official family
nt loday'n cahlnet inectliiR.
'rientleniiin," he nolemuly de
clared, "I hao nn nnnouiirement of
Interiiiillnnal Importance, to make."
Kwry memher ntralKhteued In hlii
chair, tho California nntl-nllcn land
hill mid Japan pnppliiK Hlmultuiicoiia
ly Into every iiilud. Then llryan
Krlnued mid tend a cahle nunnuuclnu
tho hlrth of ii koii to hln i!aii(tliti,'.
Until llrnn Owen.
BILLY SUNDAY GIVEN
WIMCtiSIIAIiltK, la., Apiil 15.
Twenty-three thoiiNtiuil tlnllnr in thu
fiuuiiciiil ret in n miiilu to ev. "Hilly"
Siiiuhiy, tlm linselmll uviiiiKt'liot for
hU Hi'cn weokK1 hoiiI Hiivinj; earn
paiKU in tliix HtH'liini of lVnusylvu.
ilia, lluv, Mr, .Siuuluv declared the
if'JII.OOU wiih in "free will" offerinns
from the peoplu of Wilkehlmiie.
ONE KILLED, ONE WOUNDED
IN ALADAMA PISTOL DUEL
llUIMlKMIAM, Ala., Aptil 15.
Itnlnuil SIiiikiuI, an attmney, wax
killed unit his lirolhcr-iu-lnw, llayucs
Mooio filially wonnilcd in n pistol
duel hotwe,en tho two men hero to
day. Tho ciuiho of tho duel is not
J. HAM LEWIS OFF TO
WEAR HIS TOGA
CIlirAflO, April 15, To Rlvo tho
Htato Hk full I'oiiKU'SHinnnl repref.eu
tation h! u en thu uuseatiiiK of Suuittor
William I.oviuicr, Seunlor-Kleet .1.
Hamilton Lewis is en loiito from
Chiitajjo to WiihhiiiKton today, llu
will bo sworn in upon his anival.
PREPARE MARVELS IN ILLUMINATION
ur umvrMviLJi.w iu lib n.MrHAbllV HY NEW DISCOVERIES IN LIGHTING
fruit BS5BC "" Zui
DUTIES I- - MSmr; i i Jt' v i
sM,-'HH fcZPPBka?' ri i . 7'TTyMiiiii 1 1 uvm ' ,i ' ' ' ' i '
IWdrnt Charlea C Moorr left: California Countlea riulldlntr at lM ?W V TKaBBli
RlRhl and Triumphal Arch at Uottom, Where Aatcundlnr Illumi- JMTnS::-MtLr-.73M H A
natlng Lffccla Will Outer. mmW -l- " - 17- -rY'BaH H
BIG FARMS BANE PLAN STRIKE OF I SNl
OF CALIFORNIA 18,000 CHILDREN : S!
SAYS rvTARThlUR ATPATTERSON, N. J. W'iMil
SAN rilANClHCO, Cnl, Apnl 15.
Intert'HtH which lime hoo.tcl iin
uiiKratiou to tho skies ninl hnvit do
clnrcil tlmt through it Cahfoniia will
he iiimle the nrden Hpot of the world
worn ni' n ternfie jnr today hy
Walter MiieArthur of the Sim Fran-
cihco Inhor council when lie, in u
speech hefore the itmnirit tioti con
cresw here uualyzcil the situiitiuii nml
nttemptcil to prove tlmt n wave of
limui:rutioii umler iresuut conditions
will Mouther the state rather thnn
make for u wholesome prosperity.
"Until we Iiuvp the resources of
our stnte thrown open so that every
foreigner imitcil to thuxe shores Tie
fcivon no opKrliinity to hinke a de
cent livinj; we lunl hettt'r k slow,"
said thu speaker. "It is nil we
enough In receive them in Reed spiiit
nml to tench them to salute the flue;,
to sinp: patriotic sntis mid to do
such thincs. The. Rrent thintr, how
ecr, is to sen thnt each person who
conies in nets a plentiful supply of
hrcail nml hutter. If they arc given
an opjMirlunitv to work ami earn a
cnoil liviiiK they will full into the
xpirit of Ameiica nml heroine thor
ough cltirens. They will siujj pntrio-
tie son of their own initiative,
"Can thev improve these newcom
ers' lives us conditions now are? I
don't think so. It is the ImnM of one
concern in California that its cow
punchers can start n held of cattle
at Hie Mexican border mid drive them
to HritMi Columbia, cninpinc every
night on the concern's land. Why is
this land hchlT It is held for spoon
lulivu pursiscs mid until this con
cern mid others like it are forced to
let go of their land wo must limit
(Coutlnueci on pago 2.)
WASIUNOTON, April IB. -Jnpa-uoHO
AmliHssador Klud.i today con
ferred with President WHhou regard
ing the nntl-allun land hill now
pending In tho California legislature.
It wafl Btated that no announcement
would ho in ti do concerning tho con
furvnee. SEEK HUNDRED MILLION
FROM STANDARD OIL
NI3W YOKK, April I C Suit to
recover Si 00,000,000 from tho
Standard Oil company for alleged
violation of tho anti-trust statutes
was started hy tho Htato of Texas
with tho Borvlug of n subpoena on
t bo company's president, Jolru 1).
HERTZ CHIEF RABBI
OF BRITISH EMPIRE
LONDON, April 15. Dr. Joseph II.
Heitu of Now York is installed today
ns ehiuf vahhi of tho Hritish empiro
in tho great synagogue. All tho mom
hern of tho Jewish clergy in tho Hrit
ish kingdom wuro present.
PATKItKOV, N, j . April -To . V- ;M5?3ttV FTBW
plan a atrlko of thu IS. 000 school tiKlf "Ti u aM B'- 'mM
children In the city becauso, It la a!- - LE n)4km K BKffr'"MMrM
nro ridiculing j ftH iOM um ""VB 7HH
tho works strikers Miss I BB jrT"'B H ' " MH--B H
tho KB: IttnflE. Hl"V fJKIaS-H
York IniluatrlalUt lender, baa called'
o maai meeting of women itnu chll-
uren lonignt. According tn, atrlko
loaders here, teachers aro callln
them anarchist. ,
"Tho teachers liavo no right t"
projudlcu thcao children," aald MU
Klyuu today. "Tho majority of theo
Httln ones are children of atrlkcra.
H tho hoard of education 'does not
atop such lactica win empty tho
achoola and give- the puplla a lesson
Tho autboritlca nru prepared to
onforco tho truancy law or to arrest
the children and their parents In the
oent tho atrlko goes Into effect. Tho
school hoard Is meeting today to con
alder tho matter.
WASIUNOTON. April IS. At
tepts will ho nude to make the gov
ernment printing office a closed shop
If Janica At. t.ynch, president of tho
tyiKigriiphlcat union, la named as
United Stutes public printer, accord
ing to a roport hero today. Tho fed
eral printing establishment Id now
conducted along open shop lines, al
though tho majority or Its employes
nro union members.
Thu American IYderatlon of Labor
; haa Indorsed Lynch.
WASHINGTON, April 15. Per
mission to Or. Xredorlck Kranr
Frlediiiann, discoverer of a reputed
tiihorculojls cure, to pr.ictlco modi
elno lu thu District of Columbia Is
to bo Incorporated In a resolution
soon to bo Introduced In tho upper
houso of congress hy Sonator Hughes
of Now Jersoy. Senator Hughes wlt
ncssed Krlediiinnn's experiments on
tubercular patients hero yesterday
and was greatly Impressod.
BENCH WARRANTS OUT
FOR PRESIDENT MILLER
imiDGHP-OIlT, Conn., April 15.
Charging thorn with manslaughter
and nogllgonco in connection with
tho wreck on tholr lino at W'estport.
Conn., last October, bench warrants
woro Issued hy Suporlor Judge Green
hero today for Presldont Charlos
Mollon and Vlco Presldont K, II,
Mcllonry of tho Now York, Now Htv
veil & Hartford railroad,
'AT PANAMA EXPOSITION;' SPLENDORS "
-JIK1 H'- H 'nt iK' IH'iH
HU ..i .-iaH -HK-HNb
.' .T1-: --- ! J. 1 . ,;,-;r:r-AL-;BW'WJ
ST NO MMliiiiB
OVER PASSAGE i 10 THREATENED
. AEIEN EAND BILL1 HER COMPANION
SACRAMENTO, Cal , April 15.
Scuato and house leaders professed
no alarm over tho passage of tho
antl-alleu land hill as a result of tho
formal protest hy tho Japanese gov
ernment to Washington against the
enactment of such legislation.
Senator Camlncttl, democratic
leader of tho upper house, emphat
ically declared his belief that Tree,
dent Wilson would not Interfere In
California's affair, oven now that a
formal protest had been received
"Wo now havu a man tn tho white
houso who believes In a people's gov
ernment," said Camlncttl. "I am
absolutely certain that ho will not
Interfere; that ho will abldo hy his
former declarations to let California
haudlo tho situation under her con
BUD 10 EASILY
l.OS AXOKLKS, Cal., April 15.
Kmphatio and ungrv denial was
voiced today by Hud Anderson's
mnnnger Dick Donald, to reports that
Anderson cannot possibly make tho
stipulated I'M ihmuuIs at 7 o'clock
tonight lor his hattlo with Knockout
Hrown. Donald heatedly declared
that Had nlieady is down to tho re
quired weight and that ho will outer
tho ring as btroug ns ut any timo in
Ids brief fUtio career.
Heports were circulated today that
Anderson, finding the weight impos
sible would surrender his forfeit
monoy ninl attempt to go nhend with
tho bout regardless. Donnld branded
tho whole story as false.
Anderson spent tho afternoon
lonfiiiR nbout Ids enuip nt Doyle's.
Ho was in excellent spirits, nml ap
parently ut high nervous tension.
Drown, nt Venice, spent tho after
noon on thu beach. Ho planned to
leave for Los Angeles ut 0 o'clock.
After tho weighing in ho will eat
ids dinner of milk and eggs.
Tho sky was cloudless today,
jifomising fair weather, although
ttlightly chilly, for tho evening,
NKW Olt LEAN'S, La., April 15.
Following n bloody fight between tho
two ruon, after her hubnnd, Jesse
Stroud, had come iion her horseback
riding with Kdwnrd Heeler on n coun
try nad, Mr. Stroud shot and killed
tho former and wounded (ho latter.
Stroud who is president of the
Vivian Oil company first pulled Heeler
off his horMi and began thrashing
him. Mrs, Stroud then drew a revol
ver nml Mint Stroud in tho side.
Maddened hy pain. Stroud continued
to jsmiid his opimiiont's face into a
bloody mas, and Mrs. Stroud fired
again. Tbi.- timo she broke Heeler's
Her face livid with rage, the wo
innn got off her horse and, approach
ing the struggling men, awaited nn op
portunity to place tho piftol against
her husband's head. It came, and the
shot blew out his brains. The two
men, one deud and tho other ex
hausted, then sank in a pool of their
own blood, mid lay there until the
authorities came. Pistol in baud the
woman waited near them.
"After I am ncipiitted I nm going
to marry Heeler, she declared fid
lowing her arrest.
KOMK, April 15. Flash Indica
tions nro that tho Hope is very near
UOMH, April 15. Popo llua X
unexpectedly suffored another re
lapse again tonight. Tho Vatican
physicians aro groatly alarmed, t
A bulletin issued by tho vatienn
tonight said tho pontiff's tempera
ture wus 100.8 and that bronchial
and influenza symptoms had ap
peared in a more virulent form.
Tho vatienn prelates aro held in
readiness (o administer tho last sa
craments. Angolo Sin to, the Hope's
brother, was hastily summoned to the
Reopening of Peace Negotiations
Probable Montenegro Practically
Isolated ns Result of Blockade by
First National Congress of Albania
Opens Six Day Session at Rem
Prepares to Protect Rights.
LONDON, April IS.--Turkey and
HulKarla lmvo arranged another arm
istice, according to telegraphic dls
ratchea received hero today direct
from lioth Vienna and Austria. Tho
reports caused dlploamts here to pre
dict a apeedjr.re-openlng of peace
negotiations, with a successful con
clusion. Montenegro is practically Isolated
today a a result of the blocade es
tablished by tho powers' warships.
JtOMK, April 15. To dlacuu
plans for an autonomous form of
government, the first national con
gress of Albania opened a alx days'
session hero today. The congress
will adopt measures to protect the
national rights of the Albanians and
will appoint committees te're'fftre 'a
plan of government for ibmlaaloW
to the powers. The poweW are to
fix the boundaVlea of thbjMw king'
dom. . ''
A ruling sovereign was proclaimed
In Albania M, the person of the 0,13
de Montpeaaler, a brother of ''tiie
claimant to the French throne..
BANK OF ENGLAND
LONDON, April 15. Tho Dank of
England Is surrounded by Scotland
Tard detectives today to prevent any
Turther attempt by militant suffra
gettes to wreck that Institution. Ex
perts who today examined tho can
of dynamite, slipped Insldo the banks
railing, found several hairpins and
an electric battery with wires at
tached to a time fuse.
LISTEN TO REPORTS
WASHINGTON. April 15. To
day's sessions of tho convention ot
tho Daughters ot the American Hevo
lutlon heard today reports of tho
organization's historian, treasurer
and secretary-general. The Insurgent
faction charges that tho administra
tion has packed the new credentials
committee. Nominations for tho
various offices will bo made tonight.
LONDON, April IS. Reported to
have suffered a rolapse since par
tially recovering from her recent Ill
ness, Mrs. Emmellno Pankhurst, the
militant sutfragetto leader, who was
recently released from tho Holloway
Street prison. Is said to bo lu a se
rious condition hero today,
BOUCHER'S BODY FOUND
FLOATING IN LAKE UNION
SKATTLK, Wash., April m
Helatives of J. II. Douehcr, 54, in
spector in tho city engineer's, office,
whoso body was found floating in
Lake Union by his son, say that,thoy
believe ho fell into the lake while ill.
Douehcr had been missing for a week,
Deleetivu Tom Huydm is in, re
ceipt of information Hint Douehor
was jnit off a car while noting queer
ly on tliu night of April 7 at a dan
gerous point on the road. Doueher
was subject to fainting spells, and h
may hnvo rolled down the bleep grad
into the water.
N W K