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Medford Mail Tribune
Ititln tonight ami Friday
Mat. 7fl iMIn. 61,
IMItr ICIttlith Ymr.
JUDGE TO I
SEALS FATE OF
Evidence, II Trim, Sulllclrnt In Con
vict Van Flrct Instructs Mann
Act Do Given Its Broadest In
terpretation. Ariiumcnts Benjn, When Adjourn
nirnt Is Taken Carojncttl Tells
o Great Fear Mother Consoles.
HAN I'HANCIHCO, Cal., Ht. .
P. Drew Camlnotll, on of United
Hiatus Immigration CoiumlMlonor
Anthony Citmlui'lll, will bo found
Kiillty on rliar;s of white slavery for
IrmmpottliiK ltln Norrln to Hitiiu for
Imiuornl purposes, If tho Jury bo
llnvi'n lliu evidence Introduced I trim.
JmtKo Vnti riiut hlnmnlf mnilu tho
MMiTtlon In il()ii)liiK a niotlon by ttm
ilufKiiMi to limtrucl (ho Jury to ac
quit. "Thi'M I ntnpln nvldeiico bire,
which, If found trim by tho Jury, U
Murflrleul lo coin let iimlur thin In
diriment," declared JiiiIkh Vim Klent.
Attormy Marshal II. Woodworth
for Cainliuittl had' pleaded IiIi mo
tion on tho ground Hint no cummer
rlrtllu'd vlro was IttoUnl.
I want to iiny," rontlnuod tho
JihIko. "tlmt It In not necessary to
show Hint It wan ilonn for iroflt. Any
net of Immorality, If accompanied by
trnimlKirtatlou from ono statu to
nnnllinr, I sufficient to bring con
viction under thU enactment."
Cnmlni'ttl facedysomn twenty-four
hours morn of Biiaf&iisn nt tho con
clusion of today's iVnJnn. Th ar
Kiimntit woro In progress. Judge
Van Fleet announced ltiatf ho ex
pected to kIvo lila Instructions to tho
Jury not later than 11 o'clock tomor
row morning, and Camltiottl prob
tihly will know hU fato liero night.
Ho permitted tho defense to close
without In any way attacking tho re
rllnl of l.olu Norrla. for whom down
fnll ho has admitted himself respon
sible. Camlneltl merely advanced lila
nlii;oil frnr of tlrnatlc stop by Maury
DIkkb' rnllinr anil by Mrs. Maury
DIkkx a It l motlvo In leaving Hurra
monto. DiirltiK t" twenty minute
ho occupied thu stand tho namo of
.uln NorrU waa hardly mentioned.
Tho prosecution did not cum subject
to cross xamlnntlon.
"Mother nro bent when a fellow'
In trouble," ho ald on ho loft tho
courtroom during the noon recess.
They walked out arm In arm. Hero
toforo ho Iib beon In thu habit of
going it with hi attorneys and with
other mon. Today ho romnlned clone
to liln mother.
HAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. Sopt. I.
F. Drew Cnmlnottl took tho witness
stand In Id own defense lit the whlto
nlnvo trial horo nt 10:15 o'clock thl
Tho defendant wa proccdo n a
Willie by M. II, Dlepeiihrock, owner
of a theater liulldliiK In Hncmmento
whore Maury I. DlKK had III" office.
Dlepunhrock was asked If DliiRS Iiad
been ordered to vacnto bocauso It
wbh roportod ho had women In 111 of
fice "I Bald," tostlflod Dleponbrock,
M)lgs, thoro Jiavo boon Home yoiinK
Klrl In your offlro.' IUkkh ronlled:
'No, they woro nocloty lailluR.' Then
1 told litm. 'Thoy mut ho nlco bo
1'ronPcutor Hulllvan on crorf ox
amluntlon trloil to oatabllBH tho
Identity of tho kIHb who wont to
1)K' offleo lt Dloponhrook could
WASI1INQTON, Sopt. -i. At tho
currency hill honrliiK before tho hou
nto flnnnco coinmlttoo today, KobIub
Wndo of Ht. I.oula UBaortod tlmt rop-
roflontatlvoH of tho American llank-
ora' AsHoclutlon camo horo moroly to
yoIco a patriotic wuriilnK tigalnat a
moaBuro which is a publlo danKor
Ho mild tho hankora rogardod tho U-
Biianco of ourronoy by thq United
Status treasury oh "woalconliiR tho
BANKERSSAY PATRI01 ISM
S LAW WARNING
WORK AT CRATER
Former Srnator Would Have Road
Biilldlnu Completed In Two Years
Instead of Bcluu, Slrunu Out Over
Seven Means Dollars to Oreuon.
Statesman Who Secured First Ap
propriation for Crater Lake Enthu
siastic In Praises of Its Wonders
"I I'oiiNiuYr myHcIf Imlelileil In Hie
people of Jiirkfcou County for Hie
iipKirlunlly of vlewini; wluil will nl
way lie rciinlcd iih the worldV
(renleMt natiiriil woiuler," xnid For
mer Keimtor .lonnthnii llotimn .lr.,
on hi reliirii from n ten iluyn' iit
to t'rnler l.nl.e. "It in mm of Hie
world' beauty hwiIm. It enlriiiictd
mid ilelinhtiil me. I nt for ilaya
ieHltiK it hliiflliiK eolnrK--iiever
nlike for two miniiteM. I eoulil haw
hIii.u'iI n iiiiHilli nml enjoyed ewry
ininiile, and I urn Kolmr lo next enr.
'The bett poHftihle choice Im been
iiuiiIk for HiiiierinleniliMil in Wll '
SIitI. lie linn broad romprelieiiMW
pluiiH for the parkn development.
Hi. Ihim Inlcrcnlcil L'overiiiiU'iit neieii-
UhIh In elimiiinlini; the mocipiito anil
liornefly. lie hu intcrcnti'd Ihein In
Hie florn anil WKi-ltitluii. Yi tmuU
In carry mil ht plan, tho purk will
become n iiltrnelive bm the hike.
"I urn iiiim.' lo rn-e Malor Morrow
and Hie department official nml will
when I return to WmdiliiKtoii, cn
dcnwir lo el Hut Crnler Lake hih
wny eoiiHlmelioii neeoinpliHlied ill
two venrn. instead of uRim Btniiit;
out over Hctcn yearn. If Hie appro
priation i available nt once, Hie en
tire nyHlem of phuN can he built, I
believe, (n two yearn, and il will hit
wortli million or dollar to lin'Ron
to have it done.
"Willi Hie openinc of the I'annmn
.. - . i, ,.
ciiual ami me nan i niiicixrn in.-
Hilioii, mi era of ilcwlnpmi-nt Tiir
MiiriiiissIiiL' nnvthiui' of Hie past i
piinu' l' ct in for Ihe wenl, partic
ularly fdr Oregon, the Mate ih hi
tractiiiK wiileHpreml attention mimni;
eiiKtern financierM n Hie reuion of
most naliiritl undeveloped reninircc.
Southern OreRoii i K"inir I" licuefil
immciiHelv Hierchy nnd blmtilil have
lid i.rmil uniuilii ii 1 1 rui't inii renilv to
hhof the world aa hoon a toihle.'
The llounio party, coiiiHhl' l
Hie Hennlor'H office force, Mnt four
diiya at rdican Imv nml met ureal
miocoMH in Imlliiiir lor trout, i.iim
Mondav Mr. llourno ciumhl th limit
illnuK.l In- low II) lmuuiN of trout.
One of the ladie in Hie party laud
ed n 13-iioiindor, which wiih Hcneu
for dinner when tho party reached
Klauinlli Fall. Thon in the partv
were Senalor lloiirue, Mi Ida M
Arneson, ht private Hccretury in
I'orllanil, Mi C. II. Spcrry, hi pri
vate sen clary in WnsliiiiKlon, Mi
Florence K. Riiiiirov, n member of
hi office force in WiimIiIiikIoh, and
Mr. A. W. I'rexcoll, hi official wo
re In ry.
MiKe Spcrry nnd llamey left Tor
rnlifornia Thursday inorniiiir nnd
Sennlor Hourue, Kr. lrecott and
JlisH AniCMiu rcturiipd to l'orlland
in tho nflernoon.
CIIlCAaO, Sopt. 4. Harold
Bclmoldur, a vnudovlllo actor, waa ui
rectly acoiisod of tho Bonsatlonal
inurdar of Joopli Lokuo, a pawn
broker kllloil In tho MoVlckor Thoa
tor bulldliiK aomo montha hko, by
Johnny Kalth, who la Jointly charged
with tho nuirdor.
Faith teatlflod at Schneldor'a hall
oas corpus lioarins that ho and
Schnoldor plannod tho klllliiB out
that Pallh'B common law wlfo por
Biiadod him not to participate. Later,
ho Bvoro, Schnoldor nlono slow
Murderer's Remorse Brlnijs Suicide.
BAN DIEGO, Sopt. !. Honnnn
llorKutcilt) u rauohor who ahot Dr,
II. S. Wclali in KaHt Ban l)ieo last
nlKltti liMiRcd hiuiHolf in lila coll in
tho oouuty jail hero early today.
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FINE HIGHWAY OVER
"It ha been omi of tho dejdro of
my llfo to oo a flue hlKhway over
tho Kliklou," itate O. C. Deokman,
pioneer haukor of Jnckton county and
for upwanla of half a contury ono of
Kb leading citizens, "liver since I
conducted tho expn offlco at Jack
bouvIIIo In tho early CO'b and car
ried million In Rold oer tho moun
tain for tho argonaut, 1 have looked
forward to tho llino when the two
Btnteit Bhould bo pvriiiBtiently-lluked
together by a trunk'lilnhway. Th'o
old trail of pioneer days nerved Its
purpoio lein: ago and tho toll road
which followed It, has also had Its
day. Tho time I rlpo for the com
Iiik of tho real highway, ono that
both county nnd tato can bo proud
of, and ouo that will provide a fit
ting entrance Into tho moit beautiful
alley In thu county that Ib tho gato
way to tho finest state of tho north
west. "Tho road bond to bo votod upon
Sept. offer a business like and prac
tical method for highway con
struction. I urn heartily In favor of
tho Improvement and sincerely hopo
tho IioihIh will carry.
"c. c. hi:i:kman."
WASHINGTON. Sept. 4. Con
KrcBsmeu Allen of Ohio and Stephen
of Now Hampr'ilro today aro drafting
a bill which will provide for tho
abolition of all wooden car a in tbo
United State within flvo years. It
probably will bo roportod for pasa
agu at thu special session of congress.
Tho bill will demand that ovory
railroad retlro twonty per cent of Ita
wooden cara annually, beginning
January 1. It provides for a special
corpa of InveBtlgators undor supervi
sion of tho Intor-stato commerce com
mission and will cover every car car
rying passengers from Pullmans to
combination baggago nnd smoking
OFF IN NEW YORK
NI2W YOUIC, Sopt. . -Through
auction, Oregon Durtlotta, $2.10'. '
lMIILADKIilMHA, Hartlotts S3. 15
CHICAGO. Through auction throo
cars Uoguo river Hartlotts S1.75 to
PITTSnuna. Through auction
ono car Hoguo rlvor nurtlotta, flno
utook 3,50 to S3. 05,
TUTTKIOK, OF BELKMA.'N TJA.T3K.
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WINE HEATED, IN
JAIL PULLS GUN
HOISi:, Idaho, Sept. i. Formor
Congressman Hdgar Wilson today
faces serious charges as tho result of
tho Bhootlug of Deputy Sheriff Harry
Champlln, whe tho two were strug
gling for the pornesBslon of a revol
ver which Wilson had whlppod from'
his pocket as he was being searched
at thu county Jull after being ar
rested on a charge of luebrlety,
Tho bullet soverod two of Cham
plln' finger and plowed a turrougli
along hs scalp,
Tho belief prevalia among those
who witnessed the shooting that Wil
son Intended to commit BUlcldo.
MAKES SLOW PROGRESS
I.OS ANGKLHS, Cat., Sept. !.
I.lttlo progress was mudo today In
the preliminary examination of Jess
WUIard and olovon other persons
charged with second degroo inurdor
In connection with the death of John
Young following a boxing match with
Dr. H. II. Griffith, who trephined
Young'u skull In an attempt to save
lila lfo. spoilt tho early session un
dor cross examination by Dofonse At
torney Rogers. Tho doctor was
piled with questions designed to bring
out his knowledge of tbo trephining
Woman Aviator Killed.
NKWlt'OHT HKAHl, Cal., Sept. -1.
Florence Soldi, 22, fell with her
hydro-neroplano into Newport liny
today nnd was seriously injured.
Slio waa being filmed by n movie
camera preparatory to u nice- with
SI0PTEMJ3I0R 4, 1913.
FAVOR OF ROAD BONDS
SIOMARIN'aKX, Germany, Sept.
1. Standing upon "Portuguese soil"
in Gennnny, Manuel II., XInrta Phil
lip Carlos Amelio Louis Michael, Ra
phael, Gabriel Gouzagu Xnvier Fran
cois U'Assizo Eugene, "King" of Por
tugal, made world famous by Qahy
I)cs Lys, married into the non-ruling
but wealthy branch of tho reigning
family of Germany today when Priu
een Victoria of lIoheuKollorn he
came his wife and received tho some
what doubtful title of "Queen of
Portugal." The bride's full name is
Auguidn Victoria Wilhelminn Antoin
ette MJalhildo I.udovio Josephine, Ma
rie Elirabeth. Sho is 23 and Mau
The religious ceremony was per
formed in the chapel of the quaint
old enstlo of Sigmaringon by Card
inal Notion formerly archbishop Pa
triarch of Lisbon, and tho civil pro
ooodings by Count Kulenhurg, Lord
High Marshal and noting minister ol
tho house of tho Kaiser's court.
Four royal bridesmaids followed the
princess to the nltar. About throo
score piiucos, princesses, dukes and
counts, were present as guests, tho
majority of them, however, repre
senting non-ruling nobility.
In view of the little fiction that
Manuel has not "recognized" Hie
Portugese throne, it is well known
to tho government that tho Portu
guese royalists hopo Hint Mnnuel
recouped his fortunes through his
marriago and that ho soon will fi
nance another royalist plot. Even
on his lioiioymoon, Manuel will bo
bhado'wed by secret agents.
Many presents woro vecoived bv
tho young couple. These were placed
on exhibition in ono of lUo rooms of
tho enstlo. Among theso was a mag
nificent silver table servioo from
King George nnd Queen Mary of
England, to "King Manuel, on tho
occasion of his marriage, from his
affootioiiute cousins, George and
z" - .
Nineteen Year Old Boy Who Slew
His Sweetheart Saved From Gal
lowsGovernor West Wires Ken
Friday Noon Date Set for Hang
man's Task Final Disposition
Likely to Be Life Term.
SALEM, Ore., Sept. I. "We will
not hanj; your hoy.'' TIih was the
mcwiage that Governor Went sent to
a little mountain home back in east
ern Kentucky, the first thin: when
he reached bin office thin morning.
Just a few wordrt, hut of what deep
import to the mother who wait nnd
pray for the life of her hoy. Tho
hoy is Hubert Morgnn, who last year
killed hU Hweethenrt in eastern Ore
gon, for which he was t-cntcnccd to
hatiK Friday. Had the governor not
in tenoned he would die nt noon to
morrow, perhaps even before that
time. The governor iia given much
thought to this ense and even when
he sent the above dispatch bad not
made up his mind just what he
would do with the boy. He said he
would either reprieve him or com
mute his sentence, nnd in the light
of the dispatch t!.'t "wo will not
hang your hoy,' it is evident that the
sentence will be commuted to life
POPE USES WOMEN
HOME, Sept. 4. On something of
the principle of "setting a thief to
catch n thief," Pow Pius, in his
world-wide fight against feminism,
is hereafter to .usu the women them
selves ns his principal combatants
for stamping out what ho believes to
be tho evils of the movement.
This crosade of the Catholic
church, which His Holiness consid
ers equally as important ns and in
some respects closely allied to his
fight ngaiust "modeniisru," hns, up
to tho present moment, been largely
in tho hnnds of men cardinals,
archbishops, bishops, nnd priests
and prelates generally. Its failuro
to attain the ends he had hoped for
is due, His Holiness now believes
largely to this one-sided nature of
the combat and it is this that has
decided him to seek the nid of the
women themselves hereafter, placing
the future of tho movement largely in
As the first step to (his end His
Holiness today officially approved
the prospectus for a world-wido in
ternational federation of the Catho
lic Women's leagues. National fed
erations of this society already exist
in tho United States, England nnd
nearly nil of tho European countries
especially where the feminist move
ment is strongly pronounced,
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sopt. 4.
Continuance until Friday was grantoct
horo today In tho case ot Mrs. Vivian
Lyons, pretty Denvor divorcee, who
Is to umlorgo au examination as to
her sanity as a result ot a suleldo
pact Into which she la alleged to havo
entered with Robert J. Wldnoy, for
mor wealthy Los Angoies real oatate
broker. Wldnoy la recovering from
chloroform poisoning at a sanitarium
Tho prosecution was ready to pro
ceed with tho caso today but as Mrs.
Lyons was not ropresoutod by coun
aol It wont over until tomorrow.
Klaw & Erllugor havo acquired tho
rights of production to "The Poor Llt
tlo Rich Qlrl." .
THAW RIGHT TO
Court Holds Fugitive Not Transient
Tourist as Negro Pugilist Phys
icians Study Case of Rich Slayer
of Stanford White.
Defendant Denies He WIH Give
Names of New Yorkers Protected
at 1907 Trial Plan Delay.
COATICOOKB, Quo., Sopt. 4.
Tho board of Inquiry decided this af
ternoon that Harry K, Thaw was aot
a tranalent tourUt and was not en
titled to pami through Canada under
tho Jack Johnson ruling. This meana
ho will bo dealt with as an ordinary
Tho physicians watched Thaw
closely during Mb testimony. W. I
Shurtllffe of counaol for tho fugitive,
"It would bo a trarcsty on Justlca
It tho physicians declare Harry In
sane on lib actions today. Ho has
been cool and composed."
Thaw this afternoon gave the fol
lowing Btatomcnt to newspaper men:
"We bavo been Informed that one
of the motives behind New York's Il
legal pursuit of roe is a suspicion In
influential quarters that it I am put
on trial outside ot New York wo
might uncover thono names that were
protected la 1907. Wo are forced to
stato that wo havo no Intention ever
ot uncovering thoso names."
At 3 o'clock this afternoon, three
ot Thaw's lawyers were conferring
over aa apparently Important buU.
ferTnJt -waVreported that Imum
have been Injected Into the case
which probably will causa a delay la
Thaw contended that ho was mere
ly a tourist pasting through Canada.
Ho had a ticket to Detroit, ho said.
and was willing that tho Immigration
authorities should take him there.
He insisted, however act, did not af
HE WON'T RON
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4. Tho ad
ministration this afternoon received
nbsolute assurance from Mexico City
that Provioional President Huertn
had irrevocably eliminated himself
us n candidate for the presidency in
the October election. It was also
authoritatively stated (hat Huetta
bad promised President Wilson that
the election would bo conducted hi
u legal and orderly manner.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4. William
Buyard Hale, sent to Mexico by
President Wilson to investigate con
ditions there reported to the presi
dent ami Secretary of Stuto Bryan
here today. It is understood that
Halo reported that President Wil
son's pence plans nro about to suc
ceed; that Provisional President Hu
ertn is preparing to capitulate grace-
tally mid not run for tho presidency
in tho October elections.
Washington officials profess to
believe that Iluorta may resign the
provisional presidency if ho can find
a successor friendly to his interests.
CHARLTON VIEWS TRUNK
USED IN MURDER
COMO, Italy, Sept. 4. Forced ex
amination of tho bloody trunk in
which ho hid tho body of his wife,
formerly Mary Scott Castle of San
Francisco, was tho outstanding fea
ture horo today of the interrogation
of Porter Charlton, -which wna con
cluded by Juilgo Hogoni.
Charlton did not flinch nt the gris
ly piece of ovidence, and, after somo
questions on his wife's antecedents,
Charlton was sent back to jail to
await the fixing of the dale of Us
trial. Tola will be done aext wk.