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MEDFORD, OMttlON, '.TUESDAY, JUNK 17, V.m.
Attorney (or Coal Operator "Calls
Down Senator Marline and Fiulit
Nearly FollowsMinneapolis Coal
tflnM-.itnr Aim ttfrnlliV.
"Manj!T0MritM,i n Stanil Deny Mine
Owners Responsible for Retail ot
Terror In West Vlrulnla.
CIIAHLESTON, W. Vfl.. June 17.
Furlothdy iiiiKry, Senator Marline
of New Jersey nnil ( (5. WatK n
lawyer for llin rnnl nernlors on I lie
I'ndil (Vnk region, lriliol bitlcrly
tll'MI tothlV til (lie Kl'llnli- Mlb.OOIIIIIlil-
tee's liivphllniillnn of llir strike wnr
which Iiiim lniil waste the roiil regioni
of this Malr for innnlhi.
Marline was I'tiiininlnir ' Dr. W.
Aflilty rcunrdiuu llio Hiiniinry condi
tions In III" Cabin Crt'ck region when
"I demand llmt vmi ri'iii brow
licntinit nnil Induing lhe wilnoMos.
Tin' fiu't llmt you ii n n United State
tumnlor gives you no right In lie n
i'ii ii r."
Marline, flushed with linger, liolly
rotund, nnil Watt shouted ngiiiii:
At riKlHliiK I'ltrli
"Went Virginia known how to lake
rare of her iiwii people. Aii)lnw,
tin' Male does not lien! to i!t l the
uioiuio Imli'ii swamps of New Jrr
My for lessons in sanitation."
This mused Mnrtlui' to fightiui;
pitch nnil for some minutes the cum
inillc.. room niiii; with detiuiioiullnji
n m Imlli lh smiilnr nuM Watts trirtl
to hIioiiI each oilier down. Finally
Ki'iuitor Kwiiiwoii restored order and
rebuked Walt, ild'liiritu; Hint Mar
line was within llin riuhtH in hi cross
QiiIiiii Morion, n Minneapolis, ronl
operator wns the principal witness
tii'fori' the Hi'iinli oniiunltloo. Mar
line questioned him nt grenl length
regarding Itir "shooting up" of Molly
Grow, !u which a witness last week
dcclnrcd Morton participated.
Morion declared that before his
train, containing n inni'liiiui gun,
fla i li'il up tho creek he liml hoard
that (hi) minor woro prepared to
shoot up llio train near Hollv Orovn
ami Im insisted Hint llio'innehliio gun
wns not fired until after llu minors
began th battle.
During tin' course of his cxnmlun
lion In iiiiidn a stnli'monl denouncing
Mm tint' itnil declared Hint the sonn
lor was treating him outrageously.
Thlii Mnrtlno denied mul prrnpil hnnl
fur niiMvcrfl iinlil Im fon'nl Morion
to toll tho whole Htory of tho Holly
Aflof Morton hail fintshnl hm
loHlimoiiy ninl llin rouimitloo nil
journoil'Mnrtnii mul Martlun nearly
I'nino In Mow, ymintnr Kciiynn mul
thn niTt'iinlS'iit-iimm Hi'piinili'l
thoui hh they woro uliniit to lie-in
Many Opcrntom on KlainJ
Many operator look llio hIiiiii! nt
tnilny'ri honriiiR mul ilonlcil that the
iniiio owncrn Avoro rrpniillila for
tumirirntlmi In tho t'nint Crock mul
diliiii Crook illntrilH mul iloolnroil
that tho tnlnor'rt tliomsolvon woro to
lilmni', luilMlng Hint Kiiardu worn im
pnrloil only after IlioimnuilR of ilol
liir woi'lli of ilnmnj;o to proporty
liml lii'on jlmio. t
Tho iniku'rH ofttio Now Hivor il!n.
trio! wiirmoot lit convention tomor
row In Inko a volo of whether or not
to nil ike. OiniiUer of tho United
Minotvorkoty of Amorien in other ili
trielH nro trying to hold of ho o,n
from taking miy notion until the pnn
nlo conmiilteo flliJHheH Uh prohe, Thp
iniiio opernlorH (.'uoriilly riilieulo talk
of a Ntrike.
98 LOSE LIFE IN'
HOFIA, Juno 17. Otfleltil roports
pulilluhoil liy tho Kovonuiiout hero to
day nay tlmt nlnoty-olKht poraoiiH
woro kllloil ami aoo Injured whoa an
onrtlupiako ilottroyod tho town or
ALEXANDER SCOTT, EDITOfi,
SENTENCED TO PRISON
ft- "'" im
H k H
vs i ifi" ifnff
Alexander Hnitt, rCilnr of tlm
Weekly Ikuo, tliu paper whlrh iln
feiiiloit tlm mrlknrH In thn nllk iuIIU
of I'aterNou, N J , tlm lioum of
Amerlonii ntiurc-lilMtn, win given mi
liiilotormlnnio Hontrurtt of trpin ouo
in iiiieen )iiim tor luiiiiiHtiiiiK mi
eilllorliil which ooutiilueil thin jmru-
HOI-MA, Juno 17- -The laxt rIooiii
of llio llalknn wnr rloiul lu liolleveil
to liuw piihmmI hyrn today with tho
formal ncei'attinio liy tlulKnrlh or tlm
JOllil ilemohllUiitlon proionlii nub
mlttcil hint week liy Kcrvln mul
(Ireoro. llulKnrln, howevur. ninkeH
tho provUlou Hint nil tlm allien lo
allowed to maintain eipinl Joint car
rlHOtiH In tho ilUpuleil territory pond
Im; urtilt ration of tlioKervtiiu-llulKnr-Inn
mul tlm (Jroitk-lliilKarlau iIIk.
10 BETRAY FRIENDS
HAN FHANCIHCn, Cnl.. Juno 17
I'lntiy rufUMitiK to "iqiit'iil" on
any ouo connected with tho RrnftttiR
otiurutlium of police here who "work
ed In" with tho iriOO.000 llallan
liiiuro rim;, Krnuk i:o!a today turn
ed down proponltloiiA made to him
hy Aiulntaut District Attorney Urea-
nun mul wuh then Informed that ho
would lie the flrt wIiiiohh grilled on
tho itmiil when Detectlvim Arthur
Mnol'lieo nml ChnrleH Taylor nro put
on trlnl for conaplraey.
Work of RolertliiK the Jury to try
Mnol'hoo and Taylor wiib proceeded
with today and It Ib expected that
tho tnkliiK of tOHtlmony may IidkIii
IIiIh iifternnoii, Nino Jurors, who
woro locked up nil night, woro In tho
hox when tho exiimlmitloii ot talcs
men wnH Iiokuii today.
1 CROW LAWS
ARE NOI AFFECIEO
WABUINC1TQN, Juno 17. Attor
ney General Mcltoyuolds today de
clared that tho Invalidation hy tho
miprc'mo court ot tho civil rlKhlR act
will not affect Jim Crow Ionization
In tho Houth. llo iiRsorted that tho
ileclfllon merely ropenU t law which
Ioiik Iuih hoeii regarded us a dead
WAHIIINOTON, Juno 17. I'roul
dont'WIIuon today Bout tho tollowliiK
nomlnatloua to tho nonato;
ThomiiH NoIhoii 1'iiko, to ho am
biiBBador to Italy.
Andrew Klnj;, to lio colloctor of
ciutoinu for Montana,
K DELAY N
II) 0 ANEW
Representative Henry Issues Appeal
to Halt Currency Reform Until In
vestigation of Money Trust Is Fin
ishedHints at Developments.
Reply to Japan not yet Ready Cabi
net Dlscussess Currency Bill, Allen
Land Law and Railroad Dissolution
WAHIIINOTON, Juno 17, I'renl-
ilcut Wltnon mid Mm cabinet at a
final kcmIoii (lilt mornliiK flnlnhod
tho ciirieury bill and nuiHldered the
reply to tlm Jiipnneoi note on tho
California niitl-iillen land law ultiin
Hon. Tho irenldeiit and Secretary
.MeAdoo seimrntoly cuiuildered tho
currency inemura prior to tho cabi
Tho cabinet a I no coimldrred thn
iIIkkoIiiIIoii of the Union mid Houth-
ern 1'nclflc rallrondu, Attorney Uen
nil MelteynoliU preMentliiK (ho plmiii
Kiibinltlod to him. Nu duflulto ac
tion wan taken.
Hecrotnry llrynn told tho cabinet
ho wn unable to rompletu tho reply
to Japnn'ii noto on thn California
antl-ullen land matter, but nald It
would bo mibmltted to Ambumiuilor
Clilnun In a fnw dtiyii.
Illntlne at Kematlonnl develoiH
iiu'IIIh to como when tho "money
triiHt' prolx) U ri'Miimod, Hepreneuta
llvo Henry of Texan, chairman of
tho bo 11 i mien committee, Imued to
day nuntlier nppval for delay In cur
rency leKUIatlon until (ho l'ujo com
mltteo Iuih concluded It Invextlicn
Hon. Ho liiNlati'd thnt h loiii not
oppo8 I'rcililfltit Wllaon'n plan for
reform of tlm currency, but merely
wIhIioh It delayed,
"Tho money trust couimltteo had
liny vwtnoiotca ready to teitiry on
tho laat day nt tho Inveittlcatlan,"
Chairman Henry paid. "Tho proof
waH nt hand to oxpono tho secret
trnnHnctloiiN of Wall Htroet bankert
In iiumeroiiH rotten and odorous
deals when thoso banker and tho
comptroller or tho currency hid be
hind tho Immunity matuto which
Hhlelded tlwm anil their shady trans
actions. Wall street Interests are
now clamorliiK tor currency legisla
tion to make, through mi asset- cur
rency, n market tor commercial pa
per." N'i:V YORK, Juno 17. "nrldgo"
Webber, tho Kast Sldo gangster who
wiih inystorlously stabbed early Sat
urday morning, wns ho far recovered
today that ho was able to leavo tho
Webber absolutely rofusod to say
anything about tho stabbing oxcept
Hint ho was attacked by somo un
known "kid,' It was feared at first
that tho knlfo used might hnvo boon
polsouod, but this proved ground
Webber was ouo of tho principal
witnesses, against former Pollco
Lieutenant Deckor, who Is under sou
touco of death tor Instigating tho
nuirdor of Hormnn Itosonthul,
SACKAMKNTO, Cnl., Juno 17.
Tuituro or prisoners is prohibited hy
a law which is approved today hy
(loveruor Johnson, who also lms
signed a number of other hills which
make for tho reform of prison rules
governing Urn treatment of uonviots.
The nuti-torturo measure, known ns
the Hrown hill, provides tlmt "It
hIiiiII ho unlawful to use in tho pri
sons or reformatories of the stale of
California any oruel or unusual pun
ishments; mul punishment by use of
tho slrailjaeket, gag, thumbscrews,
shower hath or the tricing up of
prisoners is hereby prohibited,"
Tho .Tyrrell hill, relating to tho
parole lit uonviots, also way signed.
Miss Anna Kenny. Five Other Wo
men and Male Suffragette Sen
tenced to VarylHfl Prison Terms for
Inciting to Violence.
Hunger Strike Threatened hy Wo
menSay It Is Unjust to Convict
Them and Let Ulster Men Go Free.
LONDON. Juno 17. Misn Annie
Kenney, five other, militant suffrn
Hot lex anil IMwiinl Clnyton, known
riH the "innle Hilffnij:elo," nere found
guilty here loifay' liml M-ntcnceil to
varying piisou tenn for inciting t
The I rial trnn the result of a rnil
Home werki ago nil ie heailipiarlers
of the Women'n Social mul Political
t'liiou hcnilrpiurtcrfi here. Tho jury
reeommemleil mercy in tlm rasen of
Mil l.hke, AHhk Lciumx mul Minn
llarritt. All were entenecil to Ilol
loway jnil, MisK Kenney for eighteen
months, Miss Knmlcru fifteen mouths,
Misn Kerr 0110 year, .MSkm Barrett
nine montlm mul M!mi I,nke ami Minn
Lennox h'ix mnnths eneh. Clayton
wax given twrnly-oup months. Knch
of the ilefemlnntH also wm. ordered
to jiny ouc-weventli of the costs of
the trial ami remitted to furiiii'i
IioiiiIh for gooil hehnvior ilnrin ouo
year after completion of sentence.
An they were heine taken away to
jail, Jliss Kenney nml MUi Kerr
Hlimite.1 defiantly: "We will go on n
Tho- Mcii Niiffnicilles were .nr-
rrHtdd In the recent pduv rniil cm
their lieailiptartem here. Misx An
nie Kenney, noting ns her own eoun-
hoi, ilrmuntii'iilly neeusoil tho gov
ernment of treachery mul trickery in
tlm prosecution. She sheuted:
"If I have to die to get votes for
wnmep I will die, whatever your ver
dict. Hut it would be unjust to con
viol iik nml to allow tho Ulster Union
ils to go Kcott free."
AI BUNKER HILL
BOSTON', June 17. Colonel Then
ilore Itoosevell left hero toilny for
New Yoik after deliverinj; two ad
dresses Inst night. The first spooch
was nt n banquet of tho Literary
Union in Chiulestown, mul tho .icconil
wn before nn open nir meeting ut
tlehaoof Hunker Hill monument
I'tre. In the latter address Colonel
Koosexe't paid n tribute to ncwijuipi?.'
men. While hero tho former presi
dent conferred with progressive lend
ers nnd also with Scuntqr Henry
llesldoa Colonel Iloosovolt, speak
ers ut tho midnight Hunker 11111
gathering Included Secretary ot tho
Navy Daniels mid United States
Treasurer John Ilurko. Hoosovclt
"I will nevor consent to nrbltrato
questions ot vital honor nnd national
Interests. Undo Sam will never nr
bltrato n Blap In tho faco, and In tho
last resort tho uuvy Is Undo Sam'u
Tho 138th anniversary ot tho bat
tle of Hunker Hill Is being celebrat
REFERENDUM TO SAVE
IOLA, Kan., Juno 17. Tho refer
endum bus como to tho rescue of Iolu
dogs, mul mi election will bo held
hero within thirty days to decido
whether they shall enjoy tho right to
run nt largo in tho public streets.
Recently tho city commissioners
passed mi ordinance prohibiting dogs
running nt largo except for n few
weoks in winter. Appeals of ownors
failing, ti mass meeting; was held at
which n referendum ordinnneo wns
drafted, which today is on filo with
more than -.r per cent of thn voters
ns signers. It is mandatory upon
llio commissioner to call an eleotmn
within thirty dnys,
N I PRISON
TO NATIVE LAND
WITH HIS CURE
Turtle Serum Discoverer Leaves for
Germany Says Time Spent Here
too Short to Prove Claims for Al
leged Tuberculosis Remedy.
Thankful for Courtesies Shown and
Sorry He Fell Into bad Hands on
Arrival in Land of the Free.
NKW WORK, June 17. Declaring
thnt the time he .pent in the United
Ktutes was too Miort to prove nuy
thing for his alleged cure for tuber
culosis. Dr. Frederick Franz Fried
manii sailed from here toilnv for
Germany on the Knicr Wilhelm ile
Orossc. Speaking on the pier jnsl before
the liner sailed Fricilmmin said:
"driginnlly I intended to return to
Germany much earlier than this, but
circumstances have kept me here.
Now my presence in Germany is
necefSsnry and I go.
"Many extravagant claims hnvs
been imputed to me in this country
which I never ninile. The rhitms I
do innkt were contained in the rejxirt
President Tnft submitted to the sen
ate in January. I now reent these
olainiH word for word and have nn
doubt that in n shor) time the medical
fraternity will acknowledge nnd rec
ognize the same.
"I am thankful for the courtesies
shown mo mul nm only sorry that
when I first arrived in Atnorien, not
knowing tho language and the cus
toms, I fell into had hands. Hut I nm
plrnxed 10 slate thnt I Irnvo my
treatment in the best of bands, the
hmtils of tbnwc who will follow up
the work from 11 scientific, stand
point. I do not consider closed th;
cases I hnvo treated here."
Friedtnnnii would make no state
ment ns to when he expects to return
to tho United States.
WASHINGTON, Juno 17. A gov
ernment railroad In Alaska Is appre
ciably nearer realltatlon today fol
lowing approval by President Wilson
of n plan for Immediate legislation
for tho completion of such a line. It
any measures outside tho tariff and
currency reform bills aro considered
nt this session ot congress, tho pres
ident said ho was willing that tho
Alaska bill be taken up as soon as
theso bills are out of the way.
Tho revised Alaska bill, as It was
expected to be Introduced today by
Senator Chamberlain of Oreeon, au
thorises a bond Issuo ot J 10, 000,
000 and provides for tho use ot Pan
nmn canal machinery In tho con
struction work, leaving tho cntlro
control of tho project to tho presi
dent. WOMEN PLAN HIKE
TO NATION'S CAPITAL
NEW YORK, Juno 17. Another
"On to Washington" march U planned
hero today by women suffragists. Un
daunted by tho summer heat,, suffra
gists from many parts of tho country
nro expected to gather her mid start
for tho national eupitol about August
1, with tho object of clinching tho fav
orable report recently made by the
senate suffrage committee.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Juno 17.
An earthquake shock of several sec
onds duration shook Los Angeles to
day. Tho residents ot Loomls street,
near tho bustuoss district, whoro tho
shock was most sovero, ran from
their houses In panic. No dmuauo
I has boou roportod,
LADY CHUR8T0N, ONCE
DEMISE ORME, IS MISSING
I-ady Churston, who was once
Dentse Orme, a popular singer and
actress, Is missing from London, nnd
Scotland Yard has been asked to
find her. Sho was married to the
Hon. John Ynrdc-Uuller In 1907,
when he was captain. In tho Scots
Guards and heir to the'second Uaron
OHIO FRUIT CROP
CLEVELAND, Ohio. June 17.
Heavy dnmnge Is caused hero today
by n terrific electrical storm which
raged over tho region Inst night nnd
Andrew Mctzger wns killed nnd
Mrs. lleidtko was seriously injured
in Toledo, and iu Marion ono man
was killed and four injured by
lightning, while several residences
were destroyed. Much procrty wns
damaged and many' head of livestock
killed in Wyandotte county.
Tho fruit crop throughout the
whole of this section of the htnte wns
practically ruined by the storm.
ALL HUMAN SCOURGES
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Juno 17.
Tho firt mccliiit' of the mnin body
of the American Medical association
came here today when John Withcr
spoon of Nashville, Tenn., was in
stalled us president.
In mi interview with the United
Press, Witherspoon predicted thnt
within ten years tho administration
of various serums would conquer
every human scourge. He predicted
the same progress in tho nntioxins for
tuberculosis nnd pneumonia ns has
been mnde in those which conquer
spinal meningitis, small pox nnd ty
phoid. DIE EROM HEAT
CLEVLAXn, Ohio, Juno 17.
Seven babies- and one adult died hero
today from heat, making n total of
114 infants and adults who hnvo
died of this cause since Sunday.
Thero is no relief visHilo from tho
torrid wove, which is ono of tho
worst on record for years.
ST. PAUL. Minn., Juno 17. A
cyclonic storm is today swooping
Minnesota, apparently being heaviest
near St, Cloud, All wires aro down
und no details aro avullablo.
Game to Raise Funds for Fourth of
July Committee Scheduled Stores '
to Close Grand Parade In Cos
tume of Players. ,
Line-up Shows Skilled playws tm
Both Sides Everyone Ex-wcted is
Turn out fur th Occasion.
To ralo funds for tho Fourth of
July committee, the lean men or
Medford wilt play tho fat men at tho
Medford ball park at G o'clock Thurs
day ovcnlng. Tho gamo will be pre
ceded by a grand 'parade of the flay
ers In costume, headed by tho band,
starting from the Natatorlum . at
4:30 o'clock. All stores In Medford
will close at C o'clock to permit ev
ery ono'ii attending the rame.
INK Plana Under Way
Tho Fourth committee haa big
plans under way and must havo more
money to materlallxo thorn. 10 nil
patriotic citizens are asked to lend
their presenco at the game. Com
mittees from the Commercial club
and Merchants' association nro sell
ing tickets, and those who cannot
attend the game are expected to buy
a ticket to help the cause along.
"This celebration must bo the most
successful yet undertaken," states
Mayor Elfert. who la deTollngill
hi energies to pushing the affair,
"but to do It, everyone canst eo-op-erate.
We havo a chance to bring
the fast Weed'baaeball ,te,-e ,keie.
with their tralnloacT of rooters, ,P
Medford'a .opponents' on the Fourth-,
and must securo thera. Wo have
many plans under way, but need
money. So 1 trust every one wilt
be on hand to witness the greatest
ball gamo ever pulled ofr."
The following Is tho tentative line
up for the game:
Line-Up for Gamo
Fata W. W. Elfort, pitcher; O.
E. Gates, catcher; II. p. Kentner,
shortstop; Jim Sheridan, first base:
D. C. Iilgham. second' base; Court
Hall, third base; Dr. Dundy, right
field; It. I). McCube. center field;
L. Alford, left field.
Leans O. Putnam, pitcher; S. 8.
Smith, catcher; A. S. Rosenbaum.
shortstop; Ous Newborry first base;
Olalno Klum, second base; F. L.
Tou Velio, third base; Art Burgess,
right field; Judge Kelly, center field;
Ed Andrews, loft field,
Substitutes on the bench Fats,
Geo. Andrews, Judge Cruse. II. D.
Howard, Geo. Mcrrlman, Emll Mohr.
J. C. Mnun. Leans, Earl Gaddis. Fort
Hubbard, John Orth, Martin Reddy,
W. F.. Isaacs, F. W. Shaplelgh.
Goneral purpose men Dat boys,
Judgo Crowoll, Leo Jacobs; water
boys, J. S. Howard, II. D. McDrldo.
Umpires Holbrook Wlthln'gton.
Judgo W. E. Phlpps.
Score keepers Delroy Getchell,
W. I. Vawter.
Official photographers Ed Wes
ton and H. C. Mackoy,
CHICAGO, Juno 17. Cool lake
breezes today tampered the heat un
der which Chicago has sweltered for
the last two days und the thermom
eter la woll below 90, The maximum
yesterday was 98.4 degrees.
Anothor hot wavq Is predicted and
tho city authorities are pushing
measures calculated to aid the pqorer
residents of tho city, when tho test
comes again. All over the city aid
associations aro arranging for t,ho
free distribution ot toe, Tho suffer
ing In tho tenoments n the last )iot
wavo was awful.
No means aro yet available to tell
how many deaths were really due to
the boat, but there is UUIe"doubt.that
the mortality, especially among ba
bies, n tho stockyards district' was
. If I
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