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Medford Mail Tribune
Itnlu tonight mul Ttiuroilnjr
Mo. :iH; .Mtii, III; Pre. .09.
Before Hundreds of Christmas Shop
prrs, Masseur Shouts Eye Out ol
Charles Alllnu, Wounds Partner,
Then Turns Gun on Self.
Attorney tor Stato Board of Health
Seriously Wounded hy Man He
Convicted as a Quack.
rilHWflO, Dim. 21. Hi'f.irH Hit
i'i of humlioiN of ('liiinluma shop
per, li link I.. Klinek, nwtitMtr.
purwind Attorney CIiihKw Ailing
down n fire oxi'iipe on tin) Title &
Trust company building, "''iir tin'
oily luill, today, fliitt out mm f
Ailing'" 0',i wounded IVIcr
Si'IiwiiIiii, Ailing' law partner, nnil
llirn nllinipti'd In hill himself.
Ktmi'k shot liiiiini'ir in ll Ii''
Mini it Inilli'l itiereul his (burnt. 'I'll"
police thought liim iIimhI inn! ur
IMUgl'd o HIMIll IIih limlv I" tli''
lliorgll''. hIk'II It V lIlMMIVI'll'il In
miih mill hroullung nnil In was ru-h
i'il to tin jnil hospital. Ailing in in
u mt'hiii condition.
Tin' police learned Hint Ailing.
attorney fur llm MmIc hoard of
health, recently caused tin ouiivie
Hun of llu masseur "It tin charge of
irui'lii'iiiC inedieiim without ii li
I'livil nl Allorm-y
Ailing wai liiki'ii to fi hospital in n
Mirinim I'oiiililiiui mill llu police were
nimble to ulitfiin a Htntiiiii'iit from
liim. 1'nnii Sohvvnlm tlu'V li'tirin'il
Hint Klinek win n foinmr client of
Alliug's anil ltiit liml "'iii' iliHiiKiio
ini'iil Willi liim over it lull.
Klliick rushed into Alliug's office
on tint fourth floor of tin hkysempor
brandishing it revolver, itooording to
HHi(ilnlfni, oml began liring nl llu
nlloriiey, who wan Hi'iilril nt a desk.
Oiii of tlm Mint fUw wlml nnil
struck Sehwithn in llu check.
Ailing junii'il through n window,
alighting on llm Urn cncuim, ami
Marled lo make his descent to tin
strict, while it crowd, iiIIiih'IimI h.
tin sound of i-riiNliinir kIi-. llt
imI below. Klinok' followi'il, filing m
he descended. '"' of llm bulMs
siriii.L- Alllni? in tin' loft '' hi
' row It'll into nn open wimlow on tin
Ihiul Hour. Klitii'k turned mul as
cended llu firu escape into Ailing'
office, whore ho nt I em il imI to Hiil hi
Xi'Kro Jmilior Hrnr'l
Orors" .liihiiHon, n iii'kio, wiik
iliiiniiiK window hills in AIHiikV of-
firn when Klinok Ih'kiui hhootiiiK.
.liilint.on iiiiimoil into it mi nil anil
i'Ioni'iI tli heavy Moot door, lookmn
Wlinn ICllimW ntliMiinti'il illioido liM
hoily foil ill front of llm vault. Tim
jmlh'ti hoiinl ritiiiii,'i I'tnninj; fmm
llm interior of tl Mlt ami niK'nii",'
the door foiuul the iifRro eroiiehi in
innide, Hhakint; wilh fear.
FAMILY 10 ASSIST
MONTlCnU.O, N. Y, Dee, 2 1. -"Witi
tho tiHHiiriiiuM'ti Hint who ImH not
been chhI off by luoinbeifl of lior fam
ily, MIbh Adehtlilii M. llnime, "iioul
widow" or tlm Into Melvln II. Couch,
former illHtikt attorney of Sullivan
county, took now liojio OiIk iittornoou.
M'liniiirli uiirllur In tho day hIio o
pieHHed only a ilealro to Join In death
the man for whom Him had nintlo her-
miif iv mluoiuir In u munll loom ror
Ihiou jearH, it iimHunKo from it half
luotliur, now nt hUold homo In Hard
wlclt, N. Y.i eiicouriiKod bor.
A brother William now liven In
Iowa, .liml whero tho iiuthoiitliix
hero have not learned.
Tho hiilMiiolliur, II, 0, llinnce,
coiuinunli'ftted with Unoilr-Hlicrlfr
Hall lodiiy, KiiyhiB ho would urrlvo
lituo Kiiday prupnrod to tnko IiIh bI'J
tor homo with Mm. Ho iiIho Bent it
ChiirituiitH ineiiHiiKo to MIhh lliuiiro nt
tho Jail. When tho toloKram wuh re
ceived tho matron uuld MIhh 11 ranee
Indicated Mho would Kindly loavo with
llnilv KlKlilh Y
RCAL LOUD, WHO COMES
I.onl Otincnn, I'lilrnt non or l.or I
Cowley, liim roiiin lo Ihu I'liltO't
HlnteK (o mIiow liluuelf nx n uieiiiticr
of (leorKo IMwurilm' "Tlio (llrl on
inn niiii" company, whleli liim boon
plnyliiK In l.omtoii. llu lit it rollick
liiKi ntri'li'mi oiiiik umn, who ilom not
took llm 1'iirl of it lord In dtct, liu
Iiiih liml exiM-rlniicen whlrh liitvo
rilAHI.OT'iT, S. f, Die. 21.
l'reHiilent ArtUon euioyeil eoinilete
rent toilny. Seeluiloil in hi pmnte
ear, he loil lute, ilenxi g liiumelf
to all iilorM lit Hie few nlopn hl
Mvial train uimle. Tu hi ulloiul
null ho mlinitti'il tlmt ho wit com
pletely tired nut, lint willial he wi
ery happy. Dozeni of inortaui
from every ncelion of tlm country.
cont;intuliiliii; him on tlm mieetHw. of
the currenc hill, eelmcil on the wiint
Tlm chief eeeulivo won unnlile to
Hot nwny from llm joli-fcekerw.
Many of the (kIcki-miim uStft,t
men for lueinliernliip on Ihe new fed
eral rvoro Imiinl. Tin pieMilctit
e.xpeelK lo innke up the pci-tfoiiuel of
th'm new hriiueh of Ihe noxermmml
before he return to Wiudiiiicimi
.Innunry HI. It wuh lenriieil Imlav
Hint one of Ihe firnl men who will
he tenilereil nn nppoinlmciit lo Hiix
hoard in n ropiililieiui Senator John
V, WVekn of Mashaehiisetis.
It wan n ilreurv pro.rhHluinH
day, hut Ihe president luxuiintoil i
the utter nhhcnce of husineH, nml hn
said thai until the fiit of net
week, nt least, he proposed to take
Pniwiln of purioii people stir-
rnunileil the Hpociul nt nil slop. The
nrchiilent neknowledueil their clieow
liv liftinj,' hin lint ami finiliun a
Kieoliuc, hut did not leave m ni.
HtiDDINn. Cnl Dee. 21. All of
California north of Tehniua county
wuh visited last nlKlit by a terrific
Hiiowulorni which continued until
uitrly today. Tlm fall huro umountod
to tdx liiehi'H,
Heavy iliiumito wnH done to power
cqmpanlim and lolephono and telo
Kraph wIicb. UeddliiK will bo with
out elect lie llhta tonlRlit. Tho
MltlllO HltllllttOII will piovall at Koh
vvlck, Kenuett, Coram and Anileritoii.
Offlelnlri of llm power companle
doclared It would reipilro novural
dayH to repair tho damago.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL
Tho Mull Trillium wishes
. all Its loudoi-ii tho merriest of
Thoro will no edition
ClirlutiiMH Day but nn elab
orately illUHtrated tUtl Now
COMPLETE REST ON
TO PLAY IN COMIC OPERA
rubliixl from liltu all (Ik- ntlffiiotd ol
tlm llrliUli uolilllty. Ont't' liu wnii mi
otllier of tlm (itinnlH, tint t liu llfu
wiiit loo hIow for him. llu became, n
rnli driver In llulfnM. I hi cavu that
up Inter tu Irtoiiio tlm ptmhor of n
conter barrow- In London. In thin
liroiliictlon ho will act IIih part of a
Ion), I.onl Koiiii). tmcrolnry of tlm
TIE THIS YEAR
WASIIINGTON, Dec. '.'I. Thin
will he few folks iliMppoiiittil in imt
receiviiii; (iirislnuiH pn-MMils on
tune liccniiKc of congestion in the
imuU. I'lKtmaster (linerul Ilurlcsou
Imliiy lohl n I'nilcil Pre eorrenMin.
dent Hint depito uuprecoileiileil uf.e
of Hm limits Hurt year, tlm HTvice
wns duliverint: tlm kooiIk.
"Ah n mutter of fact," ho Mild,
"Ihere ) Io.sm eoupextion in the
whole poslnl syhlem today limn Ihore
was Innt rhiistuiiii in auv one of
the fifty lin-Rent cilii of the eouu
hy." Alcxninlor II. .Slepheim, Kcneral
miperinlenilenl of Ihe rnilvwiy mail
service, jive n lii most eoncervn
live cMliiunle the prediction Hint the
poslnl business this Clirislmns e
coriloil Hint of nny previoiiH periml
by 7.ri per cent. In tho railway ser
vice alone 11,000 employes have been
itiMcil hiuce .Inly to hniullo the rush.
STKItMNU, 111., Doc. 21. On
Clirislmns inornini;, Joseph K. Ster
linp, wealthy Slerlini business mint,
will distribute .? 100,000 nnmnir the
member of hi fuinily, including mx
children, twenty-four (''dchil-ilien.
HANDLED IN RECORD
ksVf Wa K. 'JdflH Hu ,'jrrwlHiian
vMjl rg0&v jBp(BPf1 v. ' flVk 8 liFiiHJr KJF
OKKJON, WKUN'IOSDA V.
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GIVEN MSSQUM ;
Missouri Supreme Court Upholds At
torney General and Ousts Twenty
Domestic and Five Foreitjn Corpo
rations for Conspiracy.
Yellow Pine Association Granted
Slay of Execution Pending Further!
Ordir of Forfeiture and Ouster. I
JiCn'HKSON CITY. Mo., Doc. 21.
rin muiri'ino court today throu!i j
tin opinion filed by Jmlxo I'nrU up-'
hold tlm coiitcnllf n of the uttorney
gotiurnl BB to 28 out of the 29 luiu-J
bur cano proMfcuttnl under tho antl-1
trust laws and linpowd fines ujSKre-1
intliiK $ I3fi,000 upd ontter In twenty
cnaon of iloniMllej corjMiratloHs nn I ,
tho rovooatloii of the llccaMW of flvo
forelKii companies doln lmtn In j
Mliwourl undor HwrnM.. Judgmontu
of forfwiturv oro ordered as to each (
nt tho twenty eawi dlolvlnK and
oiutltiK thm from nil thtdr corporatti ,
rlBhtM. privlliKt) and froucbliio nnl
In addition thereto a fine n a pun-j
. n-li'uont for violation of tho laws of
tliU tale. Thg fine, ranging irom ,
Slooo to jno.OOO tituit bo paid Into
'the htato trunaiiry within thirty d.
IIoIiik of the opinion." however.
naKthe opinion, "I'.iot there nro dl
Uerxo di'ureim of gollt aranDK thoK
reapotidutH and ujion tho surfaen at
Icust, the Yellow Pine AMHielation hH
reformed Mni of the evil which it
Iuiik. open and flagrantly 'practiced. '
wh nre further of the oplnlou that the !
ud or Justice will be Bubiurved by
KrantlnK a tr 6faoewtlon pending i
tho further order, of UiIh court of the
decree of foKelturo and omter us to
Rome of thce repouduntH upon tho
payment by them of the fines wivor
nlly ntiHOMeil against them within
Stay of execution U rocommendod
for the ArkunnflU I.uinl)nr company,
DIurkA l.umbur nml Coal company
mul tho l'roeiuau Smith Lumber com
pany to mnke tho punishment cor
respond with the dogreo of guilt.
Judgo FarlM explained that tho
court did not hold dealerit could not
Issue a "price current" but that such '
a llbt should be mndo by disinterested
persons and should bo based on n:-i
tmil offers to buy mid sell and not
misrepresent prices with a view to
boosting any price. j
Tho court recommended that tho .
Yellow Pine Manufacturers' associa
tion although not sued, should uso;
tho decision as a guide to future conduct.
DPX'lfltHR 21, 1!H.",
i STEHOGRAPHEn BLOWN UP Wl
AND DRAWING OF OF
Most of the detectives of the po
lice department of Now York City are
busy hunting for tho man who malted
an Infernal machine to tho offlco of
the O. K. Uottllng company, thereby
killing Mlis Ida Antisewltz, stenogra
pher for tho firm. A psckngo was
left at nn Adams llxpross company
branch office by a swarthy man, who
might have been a foreigner from
the south of Kuropc
SAI.KM, Or.. Dec. 2I.-Ju.ltre
fi.tllowny this nftentnii decided the
suit of the slate Imanl of health
against the city of Silvcrtmi in favor
of llio plaintiff. The suit wn
brought to rest rnin that city from
emptying its sewer into Silver
creek. When the city was innugu
nttin the new sewor .tcm just
completed it wns wirneil hy the
bonnl of health not to u the creek
ns n tlumpiiiK place, hut lite city paid
no attention to the wuriiin mid the
suit wns brought. Judge Onllowny
mntle tho restraining order peipetual,
nml if Piislnincd by tho supreme
court probably cverv city nml town
in tho stnto uslnjj the stroma's out
lot for their sewors will have to put
in prptio tanks beforo allowing sew
nge to flow into them. Whether this
will npplv to navignhln flrcnms is n
mutter Hint will peilmps have to be
thrrhoil out later.
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CtT vitmW. . T 3 -t
v X vwfe TW' 7 j?' mm
STREAMS AS SEWER
IN C PA
TH INFERNAL MACHINE
FICE WHERE SHE WAS KILLED
It was addressed to William H.
Callanan. head of the company. Tho
managing salesman received It, and
placed It on the stenographer's desk.
Accustomod to opening Mr. Calla-
I nan's mall In his absence, sho cut tho
strings on this package. Ilcforo sho
had finished the explosion came. She
I vn torn to tilnrnx nnil thn office
I wrecked. She died without regaln-
l Ing consciousness.
FEET OF ROPE TO
SAX KKANtTSCO. C.i!., Dec. 24.
.Innio.-j Hiirlev nml Frank Melville,
fugitives from the penitentiary here,
seemed likely loday to spend Christ
mas ns free though hunted men.
From the moment when they com
pleted their eighty-foot slide down
tho ropo dangling from tho lop of
tho prison's outermost wall, not n
trace has been found of either man
up to the early port of the after
noon. Warden Johnson win con
vinced, he snid, that he liml every
nvenue of escape from Marin eounl.v
closed. Somo of the scorchers
seemed to think it odd. however, Hint
so minute n hunt ns they have made
should not have uncovered at least
n scout if the men remained in the
They declared it certain, nt nny
rate, that they were not in tho vil
lage of San Qiiontiu. Every house
thero was ransacked from cellar to
garret nml not so much ns n kitten,
it wns assorted, could possibly have
From Sun Quentin the quest ex
tended into the Marin cnuntv hills.
Not quite consistently with Ids ex
pressed confidence, that tho fugi
tives were still in the counlrj'i the
warden threw detachments of gunrds
noross the bay into Oakland, Rich
mond. ELECT PERCY ILLS
SAI.KM, Or., Doc. St.-J. IVicy
Wells of Jackson county, school su
perintendent! wns elected toduv ns
president of Ihe western division of
Ihe Oregon State TeaeheiV associa
tion. The association concluded iU
sessions this, afternoon.
FOR ELECTION TONIGHT
ITp lo 1 o'clock this ufler
noon 1-llS volers had regis
tered for the city election.
The books clo-o nt 7 tonight
and all are urged lo register
this afternoon. Tho women
voters lagged behind Tues
day. A rush is o.Npocted
dining tho final hours. It is
the. last chance.
444444444 4444 444
A 0 Tl
Stdwarr In Second and. Mlllilr in the
Third Must Contest to Retain
Scats Among City FathersMore
Than Required Voters Sign.
237 Slcjnatures on Stewart Recall
and 149 on Millar No Recall for
Ilcimll imtjlions wort- filed this af
ternoon with Kecorder Foss ngninst
Councilman J. W. Slcwnrt of tho
second ivnrdriiii t'ouncilninn Cleorgi
Millar of tho third ward. K. K.
Omnri filed the petition ngninst Mil
Inr and Attonicy.'.F..- W. Mears
For Couiieilmnn Slcwnrt'rt reonP.
S3" voters of tho second ward sign
ed tho petition. According to last
election records, 330 votes for su
preme court judgo wero east in th
county prccinctH comprising this
ward, making 83 signatures ncce't
snry for sustaining tho petition's
The petition for tho retircmetn of
Councilman Millar wns signed hy 1 10
voters. In tho county precinct com
prising this ward, tho third, S08 vot
ed for supreme court judge at tho
Inst election. Only 7"i flignnhirei
are required to invoke the recall.
Tho two issues will be voted iipm
at the city election January Mil. Tlo
petitions have been in circulation for
two weeks, nnd nro fdgued by influ
ential and heavy taxpayers of the
No recall has been invoked.iigaim't
The reasons assigned for tho re
call arc "general incompetency, ex
travaganco nnd not representing tlu
residents of the ward."
Pl.NEVIM.K. Ky.. Dec. 24. Two
men havo been killed in a battlo be
tween doputy sheriffs of lloll county
and a gang of outlaws headed uy
John Hondrlcksou Is still raging at
Four Mile Creek, according to re
ports reaching hero this afternoon.
Tho fight Is tho result ot an at
tempt to arrest Hondrlcksou who Is
charged with shooting nnd wounding
Deputy Sheriff llaynes yestorday.
when tho latter attempted to ar
Haynes, who was not seriously
wounded, reported tho matter hero
today and accompanied by thrco de
puties set out after Hendrlckson.
Vhon they arrived at Four Mllo
Creek, they found tho gang had
benten to death Jninos Miller. Hen
drlckson and bis followers fired upon
tho deputies. Fifteen mora dopu
tles were then summoned from hero
aud left on n special train for tho
scone of tho trouble.
Tho oflcers, according to a courier,
nro entrenched In a houso and are be
sieged by tho Hendrlckson gang,
George Hawn, one of tho outlaws,
wni killed by tho deputies In tho
POKTiiAND. Ore., Dec. 31.
Twelve men, who Invaded Portland
restuur.intH ami after ordering nnd
eating meals, rofuscd to pay for tlioiu
saying they woro hungry, out of em
ployment and destitute, today began
serving fifteen dayB each In tho city
Jail. Tho men woro held guilty of
disorderly conduct by Muultipul
Somo of tho men appeared happy
at tho prospeet of eating regularly,
for a tlmu ut leust.