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MKDJTOItD, 0HK00N, HATHUMY, JVSK 11, 1J)1.
FALL AS RESULT
Letter Introduced at Insidious Lobby
Prolic From Sujjar Mnker Clnlmlnu
President, When Candidate, Prom
ised not to Injuro Sugar Duslness.
WASHINGTON, J m 1 1. A real
kciiniiIIoii wm sprung tit Hie "Itmiil -Inn
lobby" inv'Hlliiiiui hero tiultiv
wlitut.it hiUerptiioillii;r to Hhow lltnl
Pii'mMi-iiI Wilnuii hut September
pioiuUciI Ihe sugar Interests tlinl. If
III well' elected, In would lint undent
Hi heel sugar linliiMlr.v. was rend to
the sennit) sub-eotumitlee. Tln let
Ir h'iih signed Iiv W. II. Wallace mid
wiih mlilri'MHt'il In W. It. llnlhuwnv,
M'l'rclitry of the MiHilKtui Sugar
eompnnv. Wallace I general malin
ger llf t ll Hlltlllt (MlllllltltlV.
Tln letter was itiliiiiti'il to evidence
ilimtiK lli cvniidunlinii of lliitliitwnv.
It salt! Hint WiliUill llllil mndo till"
prmiiiiMt to Wallace mi September l'l
mill iIihI ni September I), tit Saginaw,
Mii'li., ho made n similar priiinlo I"
V l'r'illHIt OlIlluIlIM (if llll' Mlllllo
(IimmI Will Hlok
llnllmwiiy win on tlit stand fur mi
lutiir. lit spent taoHt uf IhU limp
Irying tu explain to the euuimitlccmrii
luiw lilt I'ompnuv lui'l added fi.ono,.
000 u ll Hltirk for "good will-"
llcnrv (hiiard wiih the next wi.
iipm. Hi' honMed tluit for I went v-
fiwi vcar lie 'hnd fought every lull
threatening Hit well ItpiitK "f ll'
gtir Industry." Ouiurd said his com
puny ssmt $110,000 fighting Cnhin
iccipmcity, nml lltnl the llnvctuejer
oiiipiinv npi'iii t7ri0.nn. He a.
scrtml, however. Unit till lliU money
wiih spent Ipglttmntrly.
After Omiiinl wn pcucd lbs
cnintiilttee niljuiirtii'il (o Momliiy.
JIH II Week IOIIKT
Declaration llml the "Insldlim
lobby" prolio mnv continue several
weeks longer wns made liri loday Iiv
Si'iinlor Leo H. Overman of North
Carolina, chairman tif Hit' senate
suli-comiuittro enrrviug on the in-M-Hlijfiilton.
Overman hniinunccil In
wunlil request nulhorltv to indefinite
y coulinuo tint Itupiiry.
It wiih iippiirt'tit tmlny lltnl forty
subpoenaed wilnees here will Ik
tumble lo lent If v unless Hi" time Iittit
is extended. The committee wnuls
to Htiuly jtf-t liow fur lobhviilshnvc
p. nc In furnishing "piilftit inside"
EGAN MEETS DEFEAT
FROM CHICK E
Sl'ATTLK, Wnsli., Jim 1.
"('hifk" Kviiiih, jniilnr, wpflcrn pilf
I'humpion of lln li'titii of tlio Mnl
illu WVhIitii uolforrt who nru iitvini
tnt imIiiIiHhIipiI u mnv nmntiMir
1..0..1.I fur tliu Scnttlii (lulf i'IiiIi
links Iiito wht'ii liD iliil tho i'IrIiIi-pii
IiuIok in llll Klrolii'H. Tho fiiimor
iiiunti'iir n-conl wiih 711 Mrub's for
Tim hivmliiur I'oiiliiiBi'nt iiunlo
nnuv U'.irL- nf tilt) llil'kl'll I Oil Ml llf
Noi'th WfHli'rti unlfiiiH, winniiiK every
inutcli plnji-il Frldtiy. Tim M-ctmil
uf tho Kdii'ti uf Inlcrnutiiiiml iiiiiIcIiim
ln'Hiin a 10 o'cluuk this immiliiR.
I'Viilny'K ithiiIIh follew:
Chirk Kvtum beat 1 1, riimiilliir
Kstui 18 tju 0 In piny.
Kroner lljill bent J. . MiUlornon,
f) up nml t) to piny.
II. I.e bent .1. Neville, 2 up.
W. K. Wood bent A. V. MeC'un, 7
up nml 0 In )lny.
llownril I.eo bent V,. Ibivin, 10 up
nml !l to )lny.
('nil Devnl bent A. H. Kerry 5 up
nml -I lo piny.
ASSASSIN SHOOTS AT
BANKER THROUGH WINDOW
OANANIOA, Hoiuirn, Mexico, .liino
14, Henry lleniHteln, niHltlor of tlio
Miiiciintllo llnhlcliiK Compnny of
Ciuinueii, today Hon Hliot nnil proh
ulily fatally wounded nt IiIh lipmo
lioro. An unldontlflod UBHiUlnnt, who
flrod two Hhota thioiiKli u window
nt lleinatoln. oBdipod. Hoth hullotH
took nffpiit, ono IoiIkIhk In tho ah
doiium mid tho olhor in tho leu.
Uorimtolu la uu Amorli'iiii.
Vote on Acceptance of Report on
Cabinet Scandal In Great Crlllan
Expected to Oe Close Supporters
Admit Error In Judomcnt.
COLONEL NELSON WINS
CASE F0n FREEDOM
LONDON', June H - Co in in rut I iik
on the tiiirlliiineutnry report to thu
houi) o( romiudiii iilmidviiiK MrlllBh
ralilnot inlnliiterH from nil lilmuu In
riiniii'i'lloii with the ncniuhln nller.ii'l
In hnvo nurroundeil rertnln routraciH
lietweiin the uotiiruinimt nml the
MiiM-oul WlreletN nimtKiii)', lllieriil
iH'WdiiiMrit admltti'd I'dllorlully that
(Hmnt'HItir David l.lnyil.tli'orito mid
Attorney (Jcurral Kir ItuftiN Ihiimph
erred In JudKiiieiit.
Thu vole on adoption or rejection
of the report, which will lm lallu-i
In lln' lominoiiN next wcnk, U uxprrt
ed lo lie very eloe, ttiid ll Im ponidtdu
Hint tli Koveruiueut may Im difi-t'.-iid
liernuae of the ilUKfitlxftictlun of
inaiiy lahor uwtnhern.
'I'lui parlliimeutnry n-porl declnrud
t tut t Dm romiullteit wlilih luvet;
Killed lliu affair round no tumlx for
the ehnrKPH made nKalmit l.loyd
(leoriie, lnmiPH nml I'oxtuitixter-Oen
ernl llerhert I., Hiiuiuel, and nxiurted
I lint nil of the tulnlMem rouri'rned
ncted In the liollef that thero wax
netlilni: In their ni'tlmiN whlih would
conflict with their public duilex
i ' TSKh
SENATOR OVERMAN HEAD OF
SENATE LOBBY INQUIRY
Armored Train Carrylntj No Lights
Swept Strikers Tents Willi Bullets
Prisoners Forced to Sit In Front
of Galllnu Guns Diirlnq Daytime!
They are not koIiik to rend Colo
nel V It NcIboii, pulillnlicr of the
ICnnxnM City Star, to Jail for tdx
uiouthH or nil) other term for con
tempt of a KaiiKnx City court. The
colonel, nfter n Ioiik IIkIiI, Iiiim JiihI
won IiIh cnxe, it ml officially limrnel
that even n court iiiuxt ohuy the
law nml Km fornix. Mix newxpuper
exprexxed IIm uplnloii of n JiiiIko
thre, nml lliu JiiiIkii, taking offmiMi
xeutemeit him to n period In JmII
after a n'irl if mock trial In the
JiiiIkd'h home Hut the IiIkIi court,
helUK coillpoH.'d uf .MlnxourlliUM, find
to ho "hIiiiwii '
NET DRAWS CLOSER
Ni:V VKttTMINaKTi:it. It C, Jiinn
H. l.'llher today or Monduy will
decide the fate of Martin Powell of
Detroit, the Hank of .Montreal rob
liery Hiixpert, who linn made a wtroni;
flKht iiKnliixt extradition, having
fniiKht the cam from the lower court
to the tiupremo court of the Culled
Ktntex. ThlN In I'owell'H laxt chance
for freedom. .Una ncrordliiK to C.
K. Ahernx, chief of I'lukertnn deter
tlvi'H for thu iiurthwnd, who wnn In
the clly )tHlrday, tho rime of the
ChlniKti Hatooukeepern who nre
clmrni'd with hiivliu; xtolcu Hank of
Montreal money In thvlr ponnexxlon,
will come up In the latter city tho
early part of the wok, with n pos
nihility of the ncciiHod helm: Indict
ed mid Kent to the county court for
trial. ThlH, with the trliiln of Chan.
Demi nml John McN'aniiira about to
tnko tdare In New Wextmlnxter, will
iiKnlu brim: the branch bank of
Montreal robbery nf two year ao
when IU74.0UO wiih Htolen from the
bank prominently before tho public
VENTURA, fal., Juno 1 l.-Joo
lliverri, tho pick of lliu I.in AiiReles
liKlitweilitu, will he allow ed lo train
for bin ehnmpinuship mutch with
Willie Ititebiu in Sun lYmwiHco .Inly
I iinilisliiibeil hy court proeeetliiiKH.
Rivera "oakcil" u milkmun here
tliiriiiir ii dispute over the liuht of
way lo n road. Today the battery
cliuie iiKiiinst him is put over until
niter July -I. The milkman, nlill
nursinc; a broken jnw, uppearetl in
court yeHterduy nml coiiht'iitcd to thu
"If I luul known wlio il wiik I win
Inekllne; there would Imvo hoen no
l'ilit," Im Htiid.
BY JACOB FURTH
SI'.ATTLi:, Wiihli.. Juno 1 1. Two
Mntmilioim were HpruiiK in fpijerul
court loiluy when cliuuw pnteuted hi
yenra 110 by Jneoh Furtb, were Mill
celled on ground of fraud, mid when
('. lfownrd, until recently Tinted
StnleH juile here, wiik shown to buu
been involved in the deal uh nttor
tipy. The eonleulioii of the coverutnent
was Hint .Jacob Furtb nml the What
com County Ituihvuy nml I.ilitin
company procured pnteulH 011 litrjje
trnelH af land in the Mount linker
ininini: district on (be uroniul that
viilunblu minerul deHi"itH had bee:i
found, wliile in fuel, the trnels were
obtained became of water Hiwer de
Thin eonlcnlion wni upheld by
Jude CihIiiiiuii mid the claims were
ROSE CARNIVAL ENDS
CIIAItl.cnTON. W. Vn, Juno 11
- Tho end of the Ken ate Rtili-cointnlt-tco'x
InvextlKntlon nf xtrlke comll
tloim In tlin Went Virginia coal field
Ih In xli;ht. Todny tin vtlvux of tl.o
Htrlkera will tell of thu KiiffcrlnB nml
IiihiiIU they enilured. On Mondn)
the mine operator will haw their
InnliiKH. TIiIh will clone thu Invontl
Kntlou mo far an tho actual InkliiK or
teMtlmouy Id coucuriteil.
Kcnator Kcnyon, who Inn charo
of thu Inquiry Into ncliiul romlltlonx
probably will return to tho Mtrljcn
dlhtrlct alone, for further InvextlKti
tlon. Mtrlker, toittlfled that mlno Kiiardn
xtrlker; textlfflud that initio Kii..rdx
Htnppfd hor and two kIM frlendM
while en route Uit ccinetury where
her two children were hurled. She
Maid Mho merely wanted to put Mod
ern on their Kravcx, hiu ,1(10 mine
Kimrdx drove toe in bark.
J. II. I'lkc uwore ho wam In a mln
er' cmi on tho nlKht of Cehruary
7 when nn nriuored train carr)lns
no itKhtM came up alone tho cr'crf
and Mwcpt the tent with bulletx. He
nworo tho mlnerx did not return the
fire, ns they liad no nrnix.
Luther lludncll tcMtlflod that mine
r.nnnlH nrrcoted him last July and
linprlxnned him nt Mucklow. Tao
lirlsotierM, ha Maid, were furred to
lt in front of (latllni; Kunx In the
daytime. Twenty-thife men, ho
altl, wore penned In uno box car nt
Offlclairof tho United .Mine Work
er! of America. Indicted for viola
tion of the Sherman antl-truxt law,
appeared before United States Judi;o
Keller today and cave bond for $17.-
000 for their appearance for trial
November lfi. All tho nccuned of
flclalu appeared except John I'.
White, prexldcnt o'f tho orRaulxatlon,
and ChnrloM llattley, Itomo Mitchell
and CoorKP lMmoudH. They will ap
Reply of United States to Mikado
Vill Be Submitted to Cabinet and
to Ambassador Chinda Next Tues
day, States Secretary Bryan.
$2 A DAY LEAST
COST OF LIVING
Senator I.eo 8. Overman of North
Carolina and the othnrs named with
him on the InveMlftatlnn of the
president' charne that nn "Itmldl
oiik lobby" wax In Waxhlnnton to In
fliieiKo RiinatorK nu tho tariff bill
Iiiim been punhliiK the luiulry no
hard that It Ih believed hero xoino
real facta will bo dlncotercd. While
II wom tho Intention to limit the In
quiry to ten dad. It U now well xct
tied that mure time inuxt Ihi kIvoii
by th hiiiate
OAKTiANIl, Cnl., Jiinn 31. INrys
(cry Hurroiintlrt thu disappeiuiiuee of
N. W. Aniihlien, 11 forester in thu
forestry depatiiuenl of tho ovem
nieiit. lie dropped from HJlit Mun-
dny nielli, while velurniuK lo his
home in Herkeloy.
Anusbeo disnppenred nfler olieek
iui; ids liuiiilliiiKKlKl) nt the Oakland
inolo. lie hud been 11 way about mx
weekn, tiinlier cviuhui in thu noith
PORTLAND, Ore., June II.
I'orllnudV week of IVhtivities nltend
nul upon Hie Ittxe eiiruivul will come
lo nn end louii;ht with n repctitio '
of lite eleelrienl pitrnde nllej;orienlly
depicting Hie flowers mid uciuh of the
Htnte. The jinrnde will be followed
by tho "Revels of the MiiM)iurx,"
revival nf (he Mardi Uras spirit.
EUROPE TO DEMAND
"-l ' ' Ll ' "
SOFIA, June 1 1. -A colleelivo do
maud for demobilization of tho Hul
Kiirimi iirmy tin soon nn (ho cnbinet
in rpeonslrueled is to be mndo by Hie
Kmopemi powera, nenorddiK to re
ports received hero todny.
AHEMPT TO BURN
OREGON CITY JAIL
OREGON CITY, Or., Juno It.
Kfforla are being mndo today to
fix tho rcHponxlhlllty for an alleged
attempt to burn tho county Jail
here, where fifteen men nro confin
ed on charges of having Incited the
riot which early Tuesday morning
resulted In tho temporary closing of
tho paper mills hero.
Tho odor of mnoko attracted tho
attention of eiuplo)ca In tho county
offices over tho Jail and Sheriff
.MaH wan notified. With tho uso
of n small hose, tho Bhorlft extin
guished tho blare, which was found
to hnvo originated In a ventilating
plo that runs from tho Jail Into n
vault In which tho records of tho
county nro stored.
Tho plpo was found stuffed with
paper mid rags, which had been
SCHEME IS LEGAL
8AI.I:.m Or , June H. Judge Gal
loway of the circuit court this morn
ing hold that the law providing for
tho reclamation of tho ColumbU
Southern project, now known as tjjp
Tumola project, U constitutional,
and (lNmlsxed tho application of L.
II. McMalmn for an , Injunction re
straining Secretary of Stnto Olcott
and Stnto Trenxnrer Kay from pay
ing out any of tho $(50,000 appro
priated by the legislature.
WASHINGTON, Juno 14 Offl:
lat notification Hint Japan dcslrci a
renewal of tho five-year general ar
bitration treaty, expiring August 21,
was served on Secretary of Stnto
llrynn hero today by Viscount
Chlndu, the Japaneno ambassador.
Secretary Hryan expressed gratlflca
Hon over the situation, nssertlng that
It Indicated that tho Japanese-California
dispute will bo settled amic
ably. llrynn also announced today that
Hip reply of tho United States gov
ernment to the Japaneso rejoinder
In diplomatic correspondence ovr
tlw California alien land law uill
bo submitted to tho cabinet on Tues
day and will bo handed to Viscount
Chinda, tho Japaneso ambassador
on tho sumo day.
Tho secretary of state todny do.
dared that tho government has no
official advlcos of u reported shake-
up In tho Mexican cabinet. Ho In
dicated that American recognition of
tho Huerta government Is still ro-mote.
City Commission Reports That Mini
mum "Suuslstance" Wage Should
Be $12 a Week and Llvlncj Wage
Should Be Double the Amount. .
TEST OF MAJORITY
WASHINGTON, June 11. Demo
crats here todav think the oito-mnn
filibuster conducted bv Senator
Jones, republican of Washington, for
thu lust fortnight, otdouxihly tu foreo
the democrats to give mi extra clerk
to each republican senator, is really
intruded to lie ti republican last of
tho ileinoernth' ability, to hasten the
discussion of tho tariff.
Jones has been pulling continually
for n tpiocum. Ho expects to force
Hie democrats to maintain a quorum
nil bummer, mid it is now feared
there will be 110 adjournment of eon
grt'hS before September.
County Judge Ton Velio Riiturdiiy
iiwnided Iho following widows pen pen
seons: Jlary Klifciibelh I'nyne, Med ford,
$l7.f)lj Cnrriu Hello Leavenworth,
.lneksouville, $17.50; Mnry Johnston
Daw, Trail, $10.
Fair Weather Predicted.
PORTLAND, Ore., Juno i4. Ore.
reu: Fair tonight nnd Sunday, ex
cept Hhnwcrs tonight northwest pur-
ein pun ot lliu tiinio nml m iNovnuu. uon, buiuiiwobi to west vnuia,
HONOLULU, Juno 14. Sentenco
will bo passed Juno 1G upon Charles
K. Mngulru, county, auditor of Ha
waii, who has pleaded guilty hero
today of shortages aggregating
$200,000, It Id hinted Hint n largo
number of others will eventually Do
Implicated In tho crimes fur which
Magulro la hold.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY REAMES
OFF TO VISIT SICK SISTER
1'ORTLAND, Oie., June Vl
United Slates District- Attorney
Clavoueo L. lleames received a tele
pram from Carson City todny Hint
hia sister, Mrs, C. L. Morrison, is
erilicnlly 111. lie will leave for Cnr
Min City uu the Shtibtu Limited to.
ACCEPTABLE TO ITALY
WASHINGTON, June ll.-Notifi-cation
that Thomas Nelson Pngo will
bo ncccptnblo ns American nmbassn
dor to Italy was received here tmlny
from Rome. It is now believed Presi
dent Wilson will send Page's nomi
nation to Uio Honato with other di
plomatic appointments next week.
FATHER SUES SON
CHICAGO. June VI. When the
triumphant Miffnigu lobbyists" re,
tamed here today from Springfield.
where they nided in securing the
franchise for Illinois women, they
met n welcome from several hundred
men nnd women .sympathizers who,
with n band, gave Hicm n demonstra
tion ut the railway station. The
whole throng then paraded to Hie
art institute, whore n mnss meeting
of felicitation was held.
In the parade, fashionably gowned
women trudged hnppy, heeding not the
laughs of tho crowd along the way.
Prominent among them was Mrs. J.
W. Morrison, secretary of tho Po
litical '-'quality League, who carried
her six-weeks-old (laughter ns tho
fenlurc of the show.
I.OS ANORLB3, Cal., Juno 14.
Declaration that a great many work
ers In Los Angeles dot not rccclvo a
living wago nnd recommendation for
tho appointment of a pormancnt, log
ally constituted Industrial commis
sion, representing both capital 'and
labor, to promoto tho welfare and
living conditions of wngo workors,
was contained In a report filed hero
today by tho Industrial cdmHilsslon
appointed three months ngo to In
vestigate wage conditions In Los An
geles. Tho report will bo considered next
Tuesday by tho city council.
Ono or tho mnlnTfeaturen of. the
report Is tho analysis of a-'subslat-
onco wage" In contrast with a "liv
ing wago." Tho commission flndu
that a "subsistence wagb" Is not,
lower than $2 a day or $12 a'week.
and that a "living wage" certainly Is
not less than twico that, or $4 a day.
"Wo uso tho term 'living wage' In
a different senso from tho expres
sion 'subsistence wngo'," says the,
commission. "If a worker wears
second-hand clothing begged from
somo charitable committee,, scav
enges some of his food from. the gar
bage cans and street sweepings of
tho public market (as your commit
tee has seen done), sleeps anywhere
and dies early from preventable Ill
ness, such a worker can support such
existence, whllo It lasts, on a Tory
saiall wo co. . .
"A 'living wage should "WT'suH!:-
lent to provide for at least the fol
lowing elements of living: A gram
mar school education, wholesomo
food, respectable clothes and somo
of tho pleasures of living a family
life, care in tlmo ot sickness and pro
vision for old age.
"Anything less than $2 a day Is
so inadequate in this city to pro
vide a living ns above defined that
any necessity for able-bodied adults
to work for less Is a public disgrace,
calling for Immediate correction by
the community. Your committee be
lieves that probably twice $2 per
day, tow-wit, $4 por day, is th min
imum wngo that can be spoken of as
a 'living wage In Los Angelca city."
RUATTLK, Wash., Juno 11.
Charging hits sou, A. 1 Hutton, with
crowding him out of tho firm which
ho started, John Hutton, SS, filed
suit today in tho suporlor court ask
ing for lUfl.OOO. Tho elder Hutton
bays that In 1SD1 ho organized tho
Hutton Machine works ami' took his
sou In with dm to ,glvo tho boy a
start In lfo and that tho son gradu
ally crowded his fathor out of tho
business and finally Induced him to
LOS ANGKLr'S, Cal., Juno 11.
C. 11. Ercanbrach ot Santa Barbara
was arrested thero this afternoon by
federal officers and brought here to
faco charges of offering United
States Senator John I). Works a
A federal Indictment against Erc
anbrach accuses him of trying to cor
nipt Works In order to obtain tho
appointment ns postmaster of Santa
Uarburu. Ercanbrach was arrested
shortly before 2 o'clock and Is being
brought to Los Angeles In custody
of Deputy United States Marshal Er
Ercanbrach was Indicted by tho
fedora! graud jury, tho Information
being kopt secret. Assistant United
States Attorney Webb presented the
ovldenco to tho grand Jury.
A letter written to Senator Works
and signed by Ercanbrach was the
principal evidence. It Is us follows,
"As our own congressman, Smith,
Is no more, I want to talk a little
business wth you. I would Ilko the
postmaster's appointment at Santa
Durham. I will glvo you $1000 If 1
get tho appointment."
FOOTPADS HOLD UP
BERT MILLER; GET C"
Bert Miller who works nt tho Med
ford Hotel wus held up by two foot
pads in front of tho Schermerhorti
residence on North Grnpo street Fri
day evening while on his way home.
He saw two men separate, one walk
ing pact him. Tho other accosted
him and asked if ho had any money.
Ho said "not much." "Hand it
over," snid the ono who had walked'
past and returned, ?o that Miller wan
between the two. 'And he did, nbour,
$2 in change. They did not seared
him or they would have secured his
FIVE YEAR TERM
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Juno 11.
Former Deleetivo Frank Ksola, re
cently convicted of sharing in tho
illiuit earnings of a ring of Italian
bunco men today was sentenced to
servo five vears in Fnlsom nrisnii be
soil out for $1000. Ho wants this jmiL, l)unm. Km1h nroinised lo
settlement sot nsldo, limku a fu eonfsioiu
PORTLAND, Oro., June 14.-r-P.o-lioved
today lo bo tho fimt timo in
tho northwest that such a feat Iwb.
been attempted, four men mndo huo-,
eessful parachute drop? from a bal
loon. Tho balloon had attained n
heighth of 2000 feet when tho first
man cut looso, followed by the oilier
three at one minute intervals, t '
Tlioso who mndo tho ascensions,
were: Daylo Kitld, Preston Crosby,
Thomas MeClain nnd Ralph Cnrhard.
WASHINGTON Juno VL Prcsi-,
dent Wilson, despito roporttf Hint he"
would not play there, today golfed cm,
tho exelusivu Chevy Chase ItukW with .
his physieian, Dr. Grayson. Tlnu
president was resplendent in whito
it Av V