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Ilnlly -r.lHlitli Year.
MEDFORD, OWKJON, 'JTWSDAY, JUNK 24, 3013.
Charijcs Already Filed Mild as to
Tlioso Comlnn Stales Federal At
torney Walls Until Rcsliinatlon Is
Accepted to Make Others.
BAN FRANCISCO, t'nl., .Iiino 21.
" lleforo Judge Itulni I Itfiui of
Portland, in tin) I'liilril MlitU'ri ills
trii't oouit hero today, District At
torney IiiIiii L. MoNub, who resigned
ItiMt Saturday lirmiiixi" Im liml been
oidcictl by Attorney General Mr-Key-
Holds til pllstptlllO Ill'lioH ill I llC wllitc
hluvcry t'liin ngiiiuM Maury I. Digg
inn) !'. Drew Cniiiliii'tll of Nuorii
mciito mill tint null-trust ease again!
tlm Western Fuel company, reiter
ated his defiance of order from
WllhllillKtWI. Till) CUM) llgllillt till'
Western Fuel company I'linm up lo-
ilny to tm Hut on llio fi'ili'inl eulondnv.
When tint ulerk enlled tlio rase, Mi
"I have been nnli'iril liv lln attor
ney general," miiIiI Ins "to MHtsiim
indefinitely the proseoulion of two of
tin' iliifi'iiiliiiitrt in this riixv Holier!
Union ami Sydney Smith. To grand
jurii't linvii dctei milled lluit (Iiimu
iin'ii tin' ns guilty iim tlm oilier rl.x
miller iiulletiiieiil. I Imvu refused
nliiiliilely to prostitute my of
fiec liy jichling to appeals- in bit
Imlf of llii'xn defendant or to give
llii'in ptefcroiieo over tlii'lr follows.
I resigned my office rather tluui to
follow instructions which would make
a monkery of juttioo. I will not bo
it party to tliir trimvtlv."
Judge. Mean tlu'ii mi tin- onsen for
When tin' DigcH-Caiiiliiolli rases
wore called MoNnb moved a eoiitin
mince of two week.
"I Iiiimi rufiiHi'il to delay these
i'iini'n also," lie said, "lull will consent
to (wo week ilelny mo iih not to hum
per tlm work of my HiiocciMor."
Tl Dlggs-Cnininotti ease wore
then sol for .Inly 8.
HAN FHANCI8CO, Cal., Jnno 2.
'.My charge agulnut Atlormy
Ceneral Molteynolds In tlio Dlggs
Oataliiiittl nnil Western Fuel rum
piuiy case nro vt' mllil," wild Unit
i Slate District Attorney John L
.MoNnb hero today. "When I hoar
from Washington an to my reslgna
lion I will wind up thlH affair wll'i
thu attorney general ty a double
hroailNlilu Hint will Mitllo tlio wholu
This cryptic threat by McNab was
toilay'M earliest development In tlm
scandal which ban net the wholu
country by tlm mini from Han Fran
cisco to Washington. MrNnh, wIkim)
nvory mlnuto l takon up with rnn
fiirriircM n'ttarilliiK hi brt-iik with At
tornoy (lonoral Mrltu) hoMh, would
not at tlili tlmn enter further Into
thu nature, of tlm aililltloiiat clmrnea
ho plaim to brhiK iiKalimt Pronldrnt
(Continued on I'iiko 4)
HOW UNCLE IKE
WAHIIINOTON, Jilim 'J I. An
onmclatod, upavlnuil, dlnroiutahlo
lookliu; liurxo, ilrawluu a ramtihacklo,
oiit-of.datu, rlekuty and much abimotl
"oa k"Ik" hank Htoptioil nt tho
iloor of tho Whlto Hoiiho today. A
roiuwl bhoiihlorml, hkoiI nottro "call
bio," hlH "pliiK" hut dcnttid a:id
riiBly, and hla onro Mack ralmunt,
now Krt'iin with UK", lookoil anxiously
throiiKh thu kIiuh dourH at tho on
trnnro to thu uxocutlvu afdeus and
waltud. An old man omorttod.
TIioiihIi iioatly druiiHod ho didn't look
llldi thu annul Whlto Hoiiho callor,
I lo chuwod tobacco and worn HoniKKl.v
whlHluirii. llu Hhufflod to tho car
rlaKO. Tho noKro "cuhblu" oponod
thu door and tho tall flKuro hunched
Into tho rauiHharklo vohlidc. Tlio
mmro waved IiIh whip with a ahow of
prldo and tho omiuinto horHji Hliur
flod down thu ravol drive- Into 1'onn
"Who wan that?" Inaulrod a vis
itor of ono of thu pollcdinan. " 'Un
do Uto' HlophoiiBon, of WlHconsIn, tho
rlchoHt mnn In tho United' Htntc hod
HtQ," tuiHWofoil tho pollcuinnn.
VISITS WHITE HOUSE
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Juno !M,
IJIuvuii thoumiml unrment worlieiK
hero ami In Covlnijlou, Ky,, acroin
tlm Ohio river from Clnclnuull. am
expected to ntrlkn today. altliniiKh
tho bund" of tho International Onr
uiontworkora' union an yet havu to
aKri'o upon a ruiirKo to hu aduiti'l
In connection with tho domain! of
thu operative!! fornliorter ourM. In
turniitloiial Hecrntary UirKitr ordorcd
iiiivoral hundred ulrlkem, who wnlknd
out Haturdiiy iilKht oh thu ndvlco of
I. W. W. or;aiiUiim, to remiiiin work
yenlerilay. I'reiildeiil Itlckert of tlm
i;urmi'iitworki'rn' luteruatloual or
KiiuUatlou, ordered today that tlm
Mtrlko rontluue, Itlckert hi on bin
way to Cincinnati lo lake pumoiuil
cliiiriU' of tlm iilluutlon.
OAKLAND, Ciil., Jmm 21. - Carry
Ini; out plaint lo beroum bold wltn
went deiipurailoen, four Kiut Oakland
Kclmolho)', Harold Krlbbn, 13, Lar
ry Croit. 11, l.afayelto Whlto and
(lodfrey Heed, wound iii livru today
with Imo In thu honplial ami two m
tlm di'tentloii home. Tho autliorltlou
alb'KD thtilr mcapadeii nuiKi'd from
burclary to attempted JnllbreakliiK
After tho arrent of tlm boy -U
NlleH, Cat., they koI In n flKht In
Jail, In which Krlblm wiih Hhot
throiiKh tho bnrk and Heed lout a
plero of bin ear.
Tlm lioyH broke from their relln.
niunlied a conntablu'u dunk and ho
cured n revolver. An hey could not
Kct out i(f tlm Jail, It In alluced they
delermlnod to lay In wait for tho
ronntnblo and kill him an ho entered,
hut In tho meantime wit In a Unlit
an to who Mhoiild bu rhlef of tlm
band, and Krlblm wan Hhot by Front
Another bullet hit Heed'H ear
Krllitm' woiiiiiIh am nerloiiH but ho
Im expected to recover
TWO IRE POLICEMEN
KAN KKANCISCO, Oil., Juno a I.
Two morn offieern, Tom CurlinH
nnil Friink Mel'ouuell, foimerly on tho
police bunco nrlail here, weio niiiueil
today by Miko (lallo, chief biincouinn,
teritifyhiK in tlm eonnpiraey trial of
Arthur Mel'hee nnil CIiiiHom Taylor,
iih having received money for protec
tion, tliomsli he naiil Im personally liml
not paid it to Ilicm.
"Chilo" l(oipt, tho youthful lum
en operalor brought from St. Loiiih
lo IcNtifv imaiiiHt Mael'lieo ami Tay
lor, Iiiih told hirt htory to District At
torney 1'ickerl. llu involved each of
the eiejit moil indicted with tho no
ccplant'o from liiiu of briho money.
Itovipi in the only one of tho bunco
pint; who claims to have paid luoitoy
directly to Mael'lieo nnil Taylor. Ho
HiiyH tlmy wore liniup'tt In him by
Frank KmiIu and iiitrotlut'ed ns now
men on tlm bunco detail. At tlm
lima Im paid them $3:1.'), ho sny.
Itovipi is t'lip-r to I aim tho Hlaml and
tell nil lie known.
STRUCK BY TORNADO
KSTHVAN, SuhIc, Juno 'J I. Thia
town in rccuvoriiiK today from u oy
elono which HlrueU Imro iiliout 7:110
o'clock IimI evening. Bovornl liuilil
iiiKrt worn Imilly ilamap'il nnd u num
ber nl! plato pJuku windowH woro
broken by tho flying debris. After
tho Hpcclutoi-H had left tho hall
pouudrt where n baseball punu was
in jiroKicsH holwcun Kutovan nnd
Woyhurii, tho blcaehorH woro totally
iloHlroyed by thu wind. Many por
houh wero oompclled to lio flat on
I ho ground in a drouohinj rain to
avoid lieiup; carried off their foot.
Ono mnn received u had pish on tho
head by H.vinK kIk. Tho dainnpi
is cstiiutited ut .f20,000.
HOUSE TO HEAR
flcsoltillons Conccrnlnii Camlncttl
Case Come up Before Judiciary
Committee Thursday General In
vcstlnatlon Souulit by Authors.
WAHIIINOTON, Juno 2i Chair
man Clayton of, the hotmu Judlclu.y
rominlttcii announced today that on
Thuriulay (lint body would hoar ar
KUmeutN on KiiIiii'm Camliiuttl revo
lution. Tlm lllnebniiKh nm'ilutloii,
which wan orliclnallv referred to tho
Judiciary committee, wan later dent
to thu ruled committee, which
expected to uranl a hearing hood
KiiIiu thnmtcmi to force a fll
on tlm floor of tho houto If tho Ju
diciary L'ommltleo attemplH to pig
eonhole IiIh remilutlon. He mibh
"I'niler tho rtileM a renolutloti re
ipilrlnu liiforiiiallou beromen privi
leged mid la HiibJect lo deliato on the
floor of thu houim If thu committee
to which It In referred falln to ad
within lx daM. CiiIcmi tlm Judicial y
committee nrU beforo then I hIiiiII
call ii l my rimoliitlnu on tho floor
of the hoiiho.
"I am not Interested In Hltii
baiiKh'a rcHolutlon beraime, In my
opinion. Iteforo tho rommltteo can
decide whether tlm matter merit In
veiitlpttlou, wo hhoiild bavo thu in
liera In Urn race. My resolution necks
to uncover tlm evidence."
HIimbiiiiKli oxpectH lo appear be
foro tho rule committee In mipport
or bin ronolutlou nnd today Intimated
that Im will imk thu commltteu to
Hiiuiinon tho pcmoUH Im deMlrei lo
Attorney Oenoral Mclteynobln wan
reticent today on tho controveni).
llu mid; "Thin In not tho thno to
Imuo any Miitemciit. The matter U
behiK handled In tho regular way.'
I'OltTI.ANI), Ore., Juno 24. A
committee of rectum of thu KpUco
pal church today In couHldertiiK the
charge a brought by lluv. Dr. A. .A.
MorrUou, of Trinity church, Port
laud, npilmit Mrn. Marculln Clar,
whom ho accuBe of being nn "oo
Btrepcroun pomon, a uihichluf-mukcr
and a unUauro In thu pitrltth."
Kvldenco wiih heard In secret Bou
illon hint night and thu committee
will decide whether or not Mm. Clark
may remain a communicant, lllaliop
UharlcH Hcaddlng did not attend tho
hearing, explaining that luuHinuch as
hu ban never been notified officially
of tho cane, bo does not consider It
IiIh province to Interfere.
Mm. Clark has continued to at
tend church a beforu her quariel
with tho rector, but In suing him for
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore, Juno 24.
Charged with kidnapping II-jear-old
girl, Harriet Fink, and tak
ing her to Dorrla, Cal., (leorgo For
i'Ih, an aged mnn, U on trial hero
today, tho defense taking up ltd side
of tho enso today.
Tho girl tcHtlfled that Fink, per
suading hor that life In a munll town
wan butter for a girl than a placo
llko Klamath Falls, Induced hor to
loavo hor homo and widowed mothor
and go with him,
AVIATOR FALLS INTO THAMES
NARROWLY ESCAPES DEATH
LONOON, Juno 21. Aviator C. W.
FnirbiimiB, while flyinu over tho
river Thumps today, had an almost
miraculous escape from doatli. Front
homo unknown chum), Fairbuirns lost
control of Ids machiuo nnd foil into
tho Thames estuary. Hecoininu; en
tangled in tho wTocknp) of his ornft,
Im wns carried under tho water.
While it was thought ho was dead, ho
extricated himself nnd bwiiiu two
miles to bhorv.
WOMAN ON CHARGES
SEVENTEEN YEAR OLD GRAND
DUCHESS WHO 0EFIED CZAR
KmMrtfy lT f
Weport in bt. 1'ctCmhiiru has it that
the cub -t cliibl of thu Czar of Huxxin,
(Jrniul Duclic-i Olpi, now milv heven
teeii yearn of npj, him had her way
and will wed her wild yoittii; eoiihin,
(iruml Duke Dmitri 1'avloviteli, le
Hpite the bllter opMHition of her
REDUCE HER FAT
DKNVKIl, Colo., Juno V! I.-While
twenty other heavywciehti waited
here today to tcMify, Mrs. Xellio
JoIiiikoii, '210 pounds of all too solid
fal, luld the court her troubles in
the trial .of Mrs. Walter Cmuiing
hum, "Mnjorie Hamilton," for vend
ing an anti-fat, nuti-leau cure that
would not work.
Allium' the letter nrodiiccil bv
Mrs. Johnson and rend in court were
u 111) iage pamphlet entitled: "Mar
iurio Hamilton's eomnlete iiuadrunlc
hyMem of dniRles reduelion, n seien-
tifie, simple method of reducing snp-
crlluous jior.li nnd (Inutile emus.'
Mrs. Johnson "fell" for the cure.
Part of tlio instructions slin cot
read: "You must not cat bread or
biscuits or drink liiptids with your
menN, chow your meals thoroughly,
InU'ii ii luilli ilnilv nnil drink lemon
juice. Don't envy the woman with a
bountiful form. Havo one. Don't
order new clothes whilo taking mv
trealmciit; you are sure to loiwo ilesli
nnd then ytmr clothes won't fit you."
Mrs. Johnson said she gavo up
in.nnn for the treatment. .It didn't
phase her fat. Sim denuinded her
money back and got only icy silence.
CONSTANTINO!1..!.. Juno 21.
Twelve of ciirhleen men eoutlcmued
to death for ooiuplicity in a plot
which icsulted in tho murder of Shef
kot Pasha were hanged hero today in
Hnvaxido Suuare. A double cordon
of troops nnd police surrounded tho
scaffold. An enormous throng wit
nessed tho o.NCcutions hut there was
Soveral of tho prisoners delivered
speeches from tho soaffold.
NEW ROSIN TREATY
LONDON, Juno 24. According to
n despatch from St. Petersburg .pub
lished by tho London Standard to
day, President Woodrow Wilson bus
refused to renuw tho commercial
treaty with Kussia, at tho lattor's re
(piest, unless it is stipulated that
American Jews nro allowed to enter
Itusshi without vcbtnetion,
Cabinet Considers McNah's Charp.es
Wilson Asjcs for all Papers
White Slaves Cases to Be Rushed
at Once Confjressman Prosecutor.
WAHIIINOTON, June 24. After
n cabinet meeting at which tho res
ignation of Cnlted State District At
torney John L. McNab, of Han Kran
cJrco, was dlftcuKxcd for two and a
half houm, It wnn announced today
that President Wilson will liauo a
utatement thin afternoon regarding
tho resignation nnd tho charges mado
by McNab In tho Dlggs-Camluettl and
Western Fuel company cases.
All the cabinet members were ret
icont oh to tlm discussion of tho Mc
Nab affair. It Is believed, however,
that tho president will accept Mc
Nub's resignation and will immedi
ately announce his successor or will
name a special prosecutor to act In
tho Dlggs-C.imlncttl cases. It Is con
sidered certain that tlm president
will direct that the Dlggs-Camlnctll
caios bo tried Imtncdln'cly.
At tho cabinet meeting tho pres
ent Insisted on complete explana
tions from Attorney General McRcy
nolds and Secretary Wilson. The
latter deulod that ho had any ulte
rior motlvo In tlio appeal to McRoy
nolds to poatpono tho cases other
than to give A. Camlncttl, tho new
commissioner of immigration, a
chance to learn bis duties beforo ho
went west to attend his son's trial.
Mclteynolds said that Wilson's ex
planation covered his position.
It Is understood that at tho cabinet
meeting Secretary Hryan Insisted
that tho administration mus,t push
tho whlto slavery casesnt once.
Secretary Lane also discussed tho
situation, especially tho political .r
nation that might arise out of the
Itakrr May Prosecute.
Tho president asked for all papers
nnd telegrams In tho case.
It Is reported that Congressman
linker, of California, is considering
an offer by the president of McNab's
place. Tho report current hero Is
that Itnkcr will bo appointed special
ly to prosccuto Diggs' and Camlnettl.
with nn Implied promise that later
ho will bo mado a United States
WASHINGTON, Juno 24. Sena
tor Pomorlne, of Ohio, listened to
day to protests by tlm California
delegation against bis amendment to
tux brandy used In fortifying sweet
wines 1.10 instead of thrco cents
ns at present, but refusod to alter
his position. Tho Callfornlans ar
uged that tho high tax would ruin
tho sweet wlno Industry of the Unit
ed States nnd would deprive the gov
ernment of 57,000,000 a year lu no
enue. MALE SUFFRAGETTE
WINS HUNGER STRIKE
LONDON, Juno 21. Kdwy Clay,
ton, tlm "ninlu suffrngotto" sen
tenced to twenty-two mouths im
prisonment for conspiracy with tnili
tuut Buffrugettcs, was released to
day after a successful hunger strike
Clayton was very weak.
It is reported hero that soveral
prisoners in tlio Hollowny and other
big jnils nro following tlm suffru
getlo tactics on hunger strikes.
Tim authorities aro puzzled to know
what to do witli tlioso who will not
FRENCH STANDING ARMY
TO NUMBER 727,000
l'AHIS, Juno 24. Tho standing
army of Franco will number 727,000
men wlion the three year serviuo hill
is passed, according to nn an
nouncement in tho chamber of depu
ties today by Deputy Lo Ornud.
TARIFE BILL IN
WASHINGTON', Juno 24. At v
caucus of democratic senators today
tho tobacco schedule of tho tariff
bill wns Approved with change. The
agricultural schedulo was taken up
this afternoon. Tho cattle, wheat,
oats and barley sections wero ap
proved In tho form In which the;
passed tho house. A strenuous fight
over free sugnr Is predicted.
Democratic senators opposed to
freo sugar agree to support Senator
Shafroth's amendment to substitute
a duty of approximately halt n cent
per pound for tho provision for free
sugar In 19 1C. Senator Walsh, of
Montana, mado another speech
against free sugar. Senators New;
lands, lUnsdcll, Thornton and Wl-
liams announced themselves as ready
to back a movement to eliminate tho
provision for free sugar after three
Senator James, of Kentucky was
expected to defend the freo sugar
After nil the schedules havo bonn
approved the question of binding sen
ators to support tho bill will be tak
Tho administration currency re
form bill probably will bo Introduced
Thursday In both houses of congress.
Democratic members of the banking
committee of tho house discussed tho
bill today. On Friday tho full com
mlttco will dccldo tho question of
whether public hearings on tho bill
wilt bo held. Tho majority members
of tho committee arc opposed to ct
tcnslvo hearings, and will try to ex
pcdlto as much as possible the pas
sago of tho currency hill by tho
CHICAGO, Juno 24. Sex hyglono
will be taught In the upper grades
of the Chicago public schools begin
ning next fall. Lectures on matters
relating to personal purity will be
given by physicians and be mado
part of the regular curriculum.
Tno school management declared
for sex hygiene Instruction after Mm.
Ella Flagg Young, superintendent of
schools, had given her approval.
"High school pupils need some
thing to Improve their morals," said
Mm. Young, "and sex hyglono has
becomo essential In tho higher
grades. Tha elementary pupils noed
It too, but tho tlmo Is not ripe for
children of such Immaturity to tako
up this study of such a serious prob
lem." PENNY POSTAGE BILL
WASHINGTON. Juno 24. A bill
recommending penny postago for
first class mall matter was Intro
duced today In tho house by Rep
resentative Ilodenborry, of Georgia.
28TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
WASHINGTON, June 24. Today
wns tho twftity-eight wedding anni
versary of President nnd Mrs.
Woodrow Wilson. The day wns spout
quietly at tlio whilo house, where a
few relatives called. It was an
nounced this afternoon that tho pres
ident Iind changed his plans for a
flying trip to tlio summer eapitol nt
Cornish, N. II. Ho will remain there
only two days instead of ten. Leav
ing Washington Friday night, tbp
presidential party, will return on
HEAT CRAZES CHICAGO HORSE
IS SHOT BY POLICEMAN
CHICAGO, Juno 21. Officer 'Hill'
Patton, Chicago's tallest negro po
liceman, mounted a barrel today so
he might get bettor aim as ho fired
two shots into tho brain of a lieat
orazed horse. Tho barrel collapsed
just ns Patton fired and ho tumbled
to the ground, tho dead horso falling
across his body. Six men from a
neighboring firo btntion released
Stino Gets Votes of Mrs. Gore and
Mr. Cochran, Yho Refuse to Per
mit Chairman to Cast Vote for
Crawford Lawton Absent.
The new school hoard, at its first
meeting Monday, developed n dead
lock over the election of a clerk.
Mrs. K. E. Gore, tho newly elected
member, took her scut. George K.
Marshall, senior member wns elected
chairman. D. T. Lawton was ab-
Ucnt. J. If. Cochran nnd Dr. K. It.
Sccly, tho other members of tho
board were present nnd participated
in tht trouble.
Oris Crawford, for many years
cicrk of tho school board, was re
nominated for the position. II. S.
Stino wns nlso named. Mrs. Goro
and Mr. Cochran voted for Slinc. Dr.
Sccly voted for Crawford. Mr.
Marshall announced his vote for
Crawford, but Mr.' Cochran and Mrs.
Gore held that the chairman wan
not entitled to a Vote nnd refused to
permit him to count it.
For nn hour Mr. Marshall held out
for Ids right to vote. Attempts to
get n ln7er for nn opinion fnilcd.
Finally Mr. Crawford stated Hint ho
did not wish to serve a divided board.
Mrs. Gore snid that a vote of thanks
should be given Mr. Crawford for his
long nnd faithful sen-ice. Mr. Craw
ford snid lie did not wish nny
thanks, the treatment ho was receiv
ing spoke louder than words.
Tho two members who voted for
Slinc dcclnro him, elected by a vote of
two to one. Doubt regarding tho
validity of the election, or the right
to bar the chairman "from a'votc7iH
freely expressed. Tho rcmoVal 'ofj
Mr. Crawford lias aroused a good
deal of indignation among ids'
The position of clerk pays $2."0 i
year salary. Mr. Stino was former
ly n public senooi icneuer ami is now
nn insurance agent.
Chnirman Marshall appointed tlio
Finance Messrs. D. T. Lawton
and J. H. Cochran.
Insurance Messrs. Cochran and
E. U. Seoly.
Dullding Messrs. Lawton and
Repairs Mrs. E. E. Goro and Mr.
Judiciary Messrs. Cochran nnd
Supplies Messrs. Sccly, Cochran
and Mm. Gore.
Visiting (Visiting schools) Mrs.
Health nnd Sanitation Mr. Seoly
and Mm. Gore.
Another thing decided at tho mcot
Ing wns that Medford schools will
havo no moro doublo seats. A con
tract was let to chnngo the doublo
seats at tho Washington school to
two slnglo seats.
TO INVADE SERVIA
V1KNNA, Juno 21. That Bulgaria
is preparing to mako a concerted at
tack upon Servia immediately is re
ported in despatches received ltoro to
day from Uelgrndo, Thcso alarmist
reports aro partially borno out in ad
vices from Sofia, which stato that
Bulgaria lius rejected tlio proposal of
Hussia for a meoting in St. Peters
burg of tlm premiers of tho Balkan
States to discuss tho situation. Ser
via is said to bo taking stops to re
pel tho threatened invasion of Bul
garians. Russia's proffered media
tion hud already been accepted by
WHITE SLAVER SENTENCED
TO M'NEIL'S ISLAND
SEATTLE, Wash., Juno 21. Ben
S. Yoager, formerly proprietor of tho
White House nnd several other lodg
ing houses in Seattle, was sentenced
to fifteen months ut McNeill's Island
for violating the Mup ,au in trans
nortiiig Gertie Evans from San Fran
cisco to this state