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Medford Mail Tribune
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Dully Klulith Year
MISDFOItD, ORKflON, 'HI nt,S DAY, MAY '22, 1013.
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Dcfcnso Would Put ncsponsllilllty
for Conspiracy In Wood Case Upon
Ernest Plllninnti Who Committed
Suicide After Confrrcncc,
IIOHTON, Mny 22 Wrong linll
rntlon Unit tin) dofoiiSM IiiImihIn In
mIiKi ri'NHiiiMllilly In thu shouldurs
of Kriiosl PlltiiiiuiM. ii iImkI nmii. wn
Mi'i'ii Intro toilny nt tho tilnl of Will
linn Wood, iniiltl'inlllloualro presi
dent of llni wool (runt, Frederick
Attenux nml Dennis Collins, u Cam
bridge dog fiumlnr. olinrgod with
planting dynntiiKu to dltcrodll l.nw
union tmllln mill strikers. 'I'll I h
rwiun during tlm rroMHixiiiiilimtliiii
nf John J. lll'i'Kii, it Lawrence lili
durtiiknt, thu oiitM'ii I Iiiiim ulnr wit.
IMltmiui ended lilx I Ifii follow Inn
ti riiiifiitiinid with District Attorney
I'ellutlor In (oiiiii'i'tliiii with lli Lm
rmii'ii Mtrlkn. I Mm connection with
tlm easn wtis brought out hy Altfr
ny ('oak In)- In ii norlo of ciiitliiiif
nMnhllshlug tlm (not that Hruun dn
intituled of Altux a loiui of.f I3.0UO
to settle damage suit for false nr
rrU hy ilcllm of the dynamite
(iiiiiitliiK. Coaklny nkid linen
whether tin liiul not tolil curtain
lawyers Hint Attenux nIioiiIiI I nml hi
tho money 'Ik'cuiiio I'llttiinmi h I
lotd him tlm whole utory." Ilrcei
denied thnt hi over cugngeTI In nti
Hruun nilmltti'i) under rlono ques
tioning thnt III nil hi dealings with
Ponton ami Lawrence police In con
nection with Itic urtiml planting of
ibnnmltc nml tint iihrcipieul ln'i
llmitloti, tin hml Ifi'il.
ACTIVE SELLING IN
NI'.W YOHK, Mny 22 Artlvn
selling of loading stork irovnlliil at
tln opening of thu ntork innrki't, nut
Jim tho offering wore uhsorhud roiid
Hy, tlm lint hold near the clnn tt
yiwtordny. Cmmillan I'nclflc rail
roml nml Nntlonul railway of Mux
Ito second preferred uncli declined n
point. A now low record prUc for
llnlllmnro tb. Ohio convortlliloa wm
renchi'd wlmn It toiirhud 1)2.
On hirfiu mi I oh HihiiIIiik runnlnrd
iinchmiKrd hut Mli:ht frartlonal
Ioiuk'ij wnru ri'cordud for thu ot'ior
li'iulArH. l.ntor Uiiiimllnn 1'iuiflc ral
Hml coimldornhly nml llrooklyu ltni
Id TrniiHlt mid Coiinolldntml Oat
With dncldmlly Htroni;. Aftor tie
Initial period of honvliiomi, ropriiion
liillvo HtockH rulml nllKhtly lilr.hor.
IIoihIk worn Irrofiuhir, Thu uu km
WAI.LA WALLA, VnMi., Mny ft!.
Wool llllH lilt tllll (tlllOKKIIII IllTO,
noil toilny, hhcciuiieii n to wonicil
nvcr thu outlook, for iimiuiullv It
In ilowii to Htuy. For Bunko itivor
wool, which would Imvn liroui;ht 112
nml Ifi iieiilH n tmiulh ik'. no uioro
Ihnii t) eontrt ti now offercil, Owiutrn
liluino thu out on tho proposed fteo
wool Helicilnlo uiiilur tlm iiiiw tariff
mid inn lint liioreiiHlnir I heir floekn,
feiirliiK thu importation of Aimtrullmi
wool mill mutton.
IN EARLY MORNING
l''iro of unknown origin destroyed
thu homo of 1). !!. Oroon on North
(Iriipu htroul, nt two o'clock this moni
iiiK. Tlio Iioiiho wiib owned hy 0. M.
Sulnliy mid $800,00 inmirniiou la cur
ricd, Mr. (Ireon uurricd no iiiHiir
iiikiu on thu furiiituru nud tho Iohb
mnouutH to .f 1500.00 Thu Onion
i'liiully wero out of town at thu timu
hut Mr, (I icon rotuiuod thin iiiorn
int.'. j. jJ
OF OLD PARTY
Amalflnmallon of Progressives and
nriiiilillcnus Proposed In Senate
and Committee Named to Drliifi
WAKIIIS'dTON. Mnv aa.-Aiiinl-
Camatiou of proKn'UHlvt'H nml repuli
llenii nTidant wiih HUKi'Hteil at ti
miui'UN lieie today of lepnlilii'iill nieiu
hem of tlm Hi'imte mid n eommillee to
a iiiipIInIi HiIm end aiMiliited. Tlm
men iinmed wio KuuatorH (Inllinuer,
of New llamp-hlrin TowiihpihI. ol
Mieliiau; t'lnrk of Wyoming; hm
of Wiihiiilnii, nml Norri f c
..nihl.il. Join and KoitIh uro put
Tli mmilleo will attempt to ar
range with repuliliemi mid proreM
li hoiiait memherw for tin Keleetlon
nf ii eampaiKii eoiiimitlee. A ri
Inlion wax paied whieh provided
that the eiimmitteii with mm named
hy the hoiie, nhall arranp for "
joint emieiiH of repnliliiwin in eoii
KrmH and Holeel tlm eampaiKii i""
uiiltee. ToiIii.v'm eaueiiH almi ileeided that
repuliliemi nenutor imllvidiiully
hull xetlln tlm iin'Hlion of wlifther
to enter pnlrrt with demoeratx.
NEW YORK STREETS
XKW YOHK. May 22- A hold h
tempi hy four Italian hlKhwuymi n
to roll JmneM Wlntreeii. a hunk mer
KeiiKur, earrylni: SPOOo to thu offlco
of a mntiufiii'liirliiK compmiy. wuh
frunirnteil hern toilny. Tlm ntti'inp!
oreiirred on n crowded troet. Hor
crnl Khota were exrhniiKed In Hit
txtttlu hutweeit tho lilKhwiiymoii and
Wlntreen mid p.ttrolmeu. Wlntroin
wmt wounded In tlm arm nud ouu uf
thn woulil-lio rotihor nlno wn
dlpliod hy u hullut, Tho lilKl'wny
m en craeil.
SINiTT FILES PROTEST
WASHINGTON', Mny 22 Con
i?reHinan Hlnnott of OroRon today
wroto the unvyy dopurtuioui demand
Iiik thnt tho old hnttluHhlji Oregon
ho kIvoii nit honored old ao Inmond
of holtiK mud iih n iinval prnctlru
Hlmiott'n letter reviewed tho ex
ploit of tho Oregon nud urRoil that
"old IroimlduH ho Riven u plnro iih
a rello of naval hUtory. Ho kiik
Kunted Hint tho voleran hou hulldott
hu kIvoii to tho Htato of Oregon iih n
GIRL POLICEMEN TO DE
NAMED FOR PORTLAND
POItThANI). Ore.. Mux ft!. Jif
vcnilu Judge (latons is today considering-
adding- a giii'H auxiliary to
thu boyH junior polioo force now lu
thn process of oignniration hi Ihiri
Tho Idea wn HiigKestcd to Hie
judjio by tho receipt of lull em from
two ujrlrt iunuiriiig- why limy, as well
im thu lioyfl, could not coutribulu to
thn keeping- of law nud order nmoiig
thu younger Kouerittiou.
ST0VALL REINSTATED AFTER
THREE WEEKS SUSPENSION
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Mny 23.Hmi
JoluiHon, iircHtdout of tho American
LeuKiio today notified I'rosldent
HcdgCM of tho llrowim thnt Manager
Slovnll, Hiispomlod for it Ripmlililo
with Umpiro KorKUSon, hnn boon o
iiiHtated. Stovall luia boon suspend
ed for threu wcoka.
CYANIDE PLANT BURNS
AT HOMESTAKE MINE
110ISK, Iilulio, Jfiiy 22. Firo oil-
jinutiiiK in dofcotivo wiring' do-
Htroyed I ho mill nud oyiuiliio plant
of thu HomoRtuko niluu at Nonl, 25
mlloH enflt of hero, nt n Into hour
last night. Tho properly holonus to
(looigo l ltotli nnd olhord of Ho
uhustor, N, Y.
AN S UN
Grave Fears Entertained for Emper
or Vosliohlto Greatest Anxiety
America's Reply Expressed.
,TOKIf, May J.-Slnckni hv
piiciimoiiin, I'mperor Yoiluhit" - u
a -verinuri enuilHioii and all Jnpnu i
in terror that IiIh illne- nil I iroe
falnl. CrnniU In tlii- ami other ml
ie ttiirroiiudeil tlm hulleliii hoards of
llm iii'U'Hinp('n and Ihe jreatet mix
lety in-evident in oveniiiiriilnl iir
Hourly InilMiiiH of the Mikndo'.:
eomlition lire IioIiik ponied nt tho p.i
laee, where n ureal thmuir of mix
loiiH iiolititM in in iitteadaiiee. No do.
ioilH iiohhw h in iilleiiduuee. Ko ili
luiln hnvo yet Lena jxiven out as to
when thu i'Hi of Ihn Kuiix'rnr'rf ill
UH In to enliie.
HtrnilK dixHatUfnetion i exprr-.'.ed
here today hy the Kiivernmeiit as well
iik hy individuals with tho Amenean
reply to .lapau'M pro text iicniut the
California mili-alieu hind hill he
ruUKc It kIvoa no loe way for urhitra
The reply of Keerctnry of Rlnto
llrynn deniei Unit thu niiti-nlion act
xiolatcM any rxSnthii; treaty.
The foreipn office todnv cahlcd to
Vifccounv (Tiindji nt Wiicliliiclon to
Kive the Amorirnu Mtate ilepiirtmeut
Jiipan'H iuterpreliilion of the treaty
which .iamn cIiiiiiin Iimh hceii violated,
SAI.ICM, Oro., Mny 22. The tnto
hlghwny commlnl()n, romprWed of
tho inuuiliorH of tho Unto highway
hoard, jenterday appointed Henry I..
Ilowlhy of Portland as vtnto highway
cnclneer, undur tho now hlghwny
law panned hy tho hut Irglttlattiro.
Mr. llowlhy'H nppolutuiont was
iiindo largely on tlm recommendation
of Samuel Hill, thn good roads en
thunlant, with whom Ilowlhy hns'heeu
nmoclated In highway construction
for a number of years. Mr. Ilowlhy
in now engineer for tho Pacific High
way HHHOclatlon, which position pnys
him thu Hiiinn salary Hint ho will ro
celvo from tho Htato, namely $3000
a )oar. Mo was formurly statu high
wuy engineer of WnshliiKton.
Thorn wuro about GO applicants
for tho position, hut Mr. Ilowlhy was
not ono of them. Ho nover made ap
plication ami IiIr convent to nccopt
tho poult Ion wiih secured hy Mr. Hill,
8ACKA.MKNTO, Cat., May 22.
AdvertlsliiK men of the Pacific roast
tiro returning homo today attur a
successful convention here. Van
couver gels tho 1DH convention. A.
0. Clark of Portland is tho now
proslduut. Other officers are:
I'lrst vice president 11. I.. SHI-
well, l.os Angolefl.
Second vlco presldont 1- "II.
Third vlco president U. A. Cum
Secretary mid treasurer Dr. L, S.
Uowu, Vancouver, II. C.
Kxocutlvo committee It, h, HIs
hco, chairman, Los Angolosj W, W.
Crlhben, Oakland; A. O, ltoss, Stock
ton; DawHou Mayor, San Francisco;
A. J, Uzurd, Seattle.
COLLIER NANSHAN DUE
FOR EXTENSIVE REPAIRS
MtKMKKTON, Wash., May 22.
Tliu United Slulon Collier Nutislmn,
now nt San Francisco, is duo bore
no.t wook for extonsivo ropuirs nud
a general ovorluuiliiiK, to cost about
(75,000, Shu hns boon in service o'
tho Asintio station for sometime,
Thu oriilxor Mnrylnnd will stop horo
tomorrow on route to Alaska to tost
uoul front thu JJovitiK Sou f iolds.
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THE NEW MPEROR OF JAPAN
APPEAR IN RIVAL
POItTI.AN'D. Ore. Ma 2 llox
Iiik fmiH will have nn opiKirtuuli)
uoxl to compare thu relative fistic
merits ot Had Anderson, who defeat
ed Jon Mnudot nt l.os Angeles, and
Lightweight Champion Wllllu Hrtch
io, wlinu both will uppear hero In
competing vniidsvlllo tlioutrs.
According to Managur Johnson of
tho Paniagua thuntar, nofiotlatlons
liuvo boon clothed with Anderson for
n week's ongsgoiuont beginning Mny
Hltchlc, who hail hoou playing
Hiuo on tho KmpruMi circuit for sev
eral moiitliH. will glvo exhibitions for
u week nt tho loeal houso of thnt
concern, commencing on tho sauio
As tho bollof U pruralont hero
thnt Andomon nud ltltchlo will fight
fur tho llghtwolght chnmploiiHhlp be
fore thu year hns expired, Interest u
keen to sco. the two stars lu action
Sl'OKAN'K, Wash., M'liy 22.-Offi-
cials of the riiioiiKo, Milwaukee and
St. Paul railroad mo today taking
preliminary slep toward thn build
injr of n road from Noppol, tho nov
Milwnukcu town!ito, to llolliuglmm.
The road, if eoustrnotod, will ex
tend through tho rich grain coun
try south of tho Colvillo Indian re
servation, hy way of Foster Crook
and Bridgeport on the Columbia
For several weeks representa
tives of tho road have boon tourinjr
OkiuioKini, l)oubi8 and Skagit coun
ty, estimating thu KHiu tonnage
available which cannot bo shipped
through lack of railroad facilities,
and it is understood that they rec
ommended the construction of tho
lino. j &,
IIIII.WJ BH1 W
CANADA IN SYMPATHY
WITH CALIFORNIA'S ACTION
PORTLAND, Ore., Mny 22. Cmm
da is in sympathy with California in
hor efforts to bur Jnpanoso and other
aliens from ownini; land in that state,
noeordiiiK to W. M. Murrny, n prom
inent cnpitalist of Vnneouver, II. C,
who is visiting horo Joday,
No matter what the attitude of tho
eastern states wore, ho declared, tho
people of Canada wore n part of
California, insofar na their endorse,
mont of (lovenior Johnson's notion in
signing' (ho luiti-nlicn law wan concerned.
GREAT ANXIETY IN JAPAN.
'KELLY TO FILE
I ALL COMPLAINTS IN
District Attorne) Krlly has dpcldod
horoaftor to hrlnK nil criminal mat
tors trlnhlu before Justices ot tho
poare (fid all preliminary uxnmlua
t'ons huforo County Judgo TouVol'o
While this rullcy hns never bciv
adopted lu Jackson county, tho dl
trlct attorney and cnunr Jndijo arc
going to glvo It n trial, as !t wl.l
savo tho county la the neighborhood
of $100 n month formerly paid out
In Jusllcu court feos. Tho vmjiy
Judge hotnK a salaried officer Is not
untitled to fees.
LOSES FIGHT FOR LIFE
MACON, On.. May 22. Death lb
Mctor here lu the Brim battle inaila
for llfo hy Snndors Wnlker, a hanker
against terrific odds. Tlm banker
swallowed a seven grain hi hlorhle
of mercury tablet hy ml.Unka and.
although warned hy physicians' that
his death wag only u matter of flmu,
ho stirred tho medical world by
fighting determinedly for a weok
against tho fatal drug.
Walker's last hours wore spot in
comforting his wife, l.'nrltur lu the
week hu had arranged' his busmwj
J.ah) Inst night Walker'? eyes
Klared blankly at his wife, hU v.-ico
failed nnd nt an early hour this
morning ho dlod.
IKE ARMOR PLATE
WASHINGTON, May 22, A bill
intended to offset tho effectiveness
of nn alleged combiuu of nrmorplato
manufacturers bo far ns tho govern
ment is concerned was introduced in
thu senate today by Senutor Ashurst
of Now Mexico. It nuthorir.es tho
appropriation of $1,000,000 to erect
ntt nvmorplato fautory to manufac
ture all nrmorplato to be used in the
(loiiatruotion of American war ves
sels. Ashurst's bill is in lino with his
recent declaration that tho govern
ment is mutually defrauded of huge
sums ns n result of n combination
of manufacturers. It nulltoii.cs Sec
retary of tho Nuvv Duuiols to ap
point throe- navy officers to report on
thu uiobt Buittiblu bitu for u factory.
Workmen Leave Ranches of Lcylsfa
tors and Others Who Were Active
In Securing Antl-AIIen Law Feel
Effect of Nipponese Displeasure.
KACHAMKNTO. Cal. Mny 22.
That Japnnnie laliorrrH throughout
thin part of Cnlifonim havo initiated
it hoyeott nniiiHt thw Iej;iflators
who took nn active part in sccnriiifr
the niiti-nlirn hind net nml ngn'mut
their families, nml that even more
erioim retaliatory inenmircrt nre ex-
x;i'tcd i the story hroucht to Sncrn
ineuto today hy t. K. Hrnilford of
Ilrueevlllo. Hrndfonl in thu man
who conducted Secretary of State
llrynn, flovenior .loluirion mid vnr
ioiim parties through thu Jnpntiese
Hrndfonl in one of the first to feel
the effects of what in declared to bo
n Ki'iiornl order for JnpaiiCf e to leave
the ranelicM, vineyards, nud (nirdens
of those who wupjMirteil the utivii laud
"That wo nre under boycott by
Jn panose labor, I learned from Kon
py, n Japanese hovn, who bad been
with im for twelve venrn, nnd who
nlo hns jjone," said P. K. llrndford
"I nm convinceil thnt the plan was
to make us feel our dependency upon
Japanese help, nnd to mnke us
knuckle down, iir well ns to show ui
what retaliation miglit be taken.
"From tnlk I have hml with my
neighbors, I nm eonvince'd that there
is nn organized determination on the
jiart of Japanese .p. Mtriko through
out thiH entire distnct. It may re
sult in a bitted feud."
10 KEEP COOL
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 22.
More than 4000 Japanese who at
tended a big mass meeting last night
to hear four special Japaneso com
missioners on tho California antl
alien land dispute aro quietly digest
ing advice to remain calm and to roly
on Washington to prevent their suf
fering by tho now legislation.
S. Kbara of tho Japaneso houso of
lords; A. Hattorl, leader for thn
Kokumlnto, or nattonalts party,
both advised their countrymen to re
maln quietly watchful. Uoth lauded
"American fair play" and declared
they ywere suro tho result of tho
present agitation against Japanese
land ownership would, In time, be
tho political and social equality of
Nippon throughout the world.
Kbara, Hattorl and Dr. Ibuka and
IC. Yamamoto of Toklo will visit tho
largest Japaneso colonies in Califor
nia to ohsorvo conditions for a re
port to Toklo.
IMIINKVILLH, Oro., May 22.
Convicted on a charge ot having at
tempted to wreck O.-W. It. &. N.
passenger trains, Orville Morris, who
was sentenced to servo from ono to
20 years In teh penitentiary, Is today
paroled in tho custody ot his father.
Morris was arrestod uftor two at
tempts had been inado to wreck pas
songer trains on a high bridge ovor
tho Crooked river. It tho attempts
had been successful tho trains would
havo been precipitated to tho bottom
of a canyon hundreds of foot below
Ho was paroled on account of his
OREGON SCHOOL CHILDREN
PETITION THE PRESIDENT
SALBM, Ore., May 22. A peti
tion bearing tho mimes of 60,000
school children of Oregon, has to
day been forwarded to President
Wilson, asking that tho battleship
Oregon bo assigned to lend tho ma
rine parade through thu l'nnumii
cuutil at its opening, j
MEET NEXT IN
H. J. Taylor of Pendleton Elected
Grand Master and Wm, Galloway
of Salem Deputy Grand Master
Session Nears End.
McMinnvillc wnH given tho 31)11
grand lodge convention by unnnfmon
vofn this morning. Tho delegates
from the northern city'protalga roynl
roynl entertainment nnd an? Jubilant
over tho conventinnV'dcmlotii' ! '
Tho grand lodge this monjina elec
ted tho following officers' ntllwmfat
important election held 'during tho
To II. J. Taylor of Pendleton gne
the honor of Ornnd Master nnd thn
other honors were ns follows r
Deputy grand master, Wm. dnllo-
Ornnd warden, John Hull, Marsh
field. Grand secretary, K. B. Sharon,
Ornnd treasurer, 0. I). Doane, Tb
Senior grnnd representative, A. W.
Junior grnnd representative, W. A.
Wheeler, Portland. Mr. Wlieelcr in
the retiring grnnd master. Ho wn
given nn ovation ns well ns being
honored by tho offico of representa
tive. The session this morning was well
attended. Delegates nre nreivarine to
(cave the city nnd each cine is earnest
in the praise of. Mcdfonl hospitality.
.The opinion ia.xeHeral.that the con
vention will help Medford immediately
by offsetting the impression given in
many quarters by those, whoso busi
ness it is to knock Southern 'Oregon.
Tho vnlley has proven n revelation t.
the delegates and many have ex
pressed their determination to remain
until their tickets expire nnd to again
visit this section.
Last night's reception wns attend
ed by hundreds nnd proved tho big
social event of tho weok. A program
which included dances by Mine. Szi
ver, readings by Mrs. O. T. Wilson,
nnd music by Dr. Marion, William
Vnwter, Jr., and Miss Irown pro
vided entertainment before tho danc
ing. Before the reception tho Mus
covites paraded tho streets in wierd
costumes. They forcibly rounded up
those who had elected to seo tho af
fair from tho sidelines, nnd mndo mer
ry for hnlf nn hour on Main streot.
Tho credit for onu of tho floats in
the parade should go to Central Point
which city nlso furnished its band to
help tho Medford nmsicinns. Tho
combined forces mndo up a baud that
in sixo nnd quality is tho best ever
formed in Southern Oregon.
Tho officers ot the RcbokahB elect
ed for tho ensuing year: Mrs. Char
lotto Woodman ot Portland, presi
dent; Mrs. Kato I.ando, ot Marsh
field, vlco president; Mrs. Ora Cos
por, Dallas, secretary; Mrs. Palmer.
UaUor City, grand wardou, and Mrs.
Ida Jacobs, Portland, treasurer.
Tho Elks will hnvo n reception nnd
dinner this evening for tho visiting
Odd Fellows who nro ulso Klks.
OREENSnURO, Pa., May 22.
Finger prints ot a man found la tho
spoiling book ot 14-year-old Oraco
Johnson, whoso outraged and stran
gled body was found la a c6pso uear
hero recently, caused tho authorities
today to summon finger print ex
ports from Now York und Pittsburg.
It is oxpuctod that a $2000 reward
will bo offored for tho llttlo r;irl's
Mounted constabulary, police find
poasoa ot cltlzoua have boon search
lug Westmoreland couuty with
bloodhounds for three days In an ef
fort to track down the player. Moro
than n dozou porsons have wa
taken into custody and' the finger
prints In tho girl's spoiling hook are
expected to bring conviction If the
girl's abuser Is among tho e-tured.