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Medford Mail Tribune
V
SECOND
EDITION
WEATHER
llitln tonight nntt Tliursiliy
Max. Ills Mill, lit) Pre. ,01!.
forty. third Tear
OallyKlKlilli Yrr
MKDKOKI) ORpXJON. WKDNKSDA V, .JANlrAHY 7, 1011.
NO. 21(5
NEW YORK'S NEW POLICE COMMISSIONER.
STAYS
NEW OPERA STAR BEGAN fiAREER WITH ROMANCE
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CITY
CARDEN
PROSECUTE Ofi
BE PROSECUTED
SAYS GOVERNOR
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DEFIES KN
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HiiHiIH Bll 1 wl iH i Sk tl flM
sm CLASH
Diplomat Not Transferred as Re
ported, on Account of Pro-Huerla
Activity Statement "Premature
anil Unauthorized" Is Announced.
Sir Lionel's Removal Would Do Very
Giatlfylnn to Administration, Dut
He Docs Not Like Orazll.
LONDON'. .Inn. 7.- "There h im
Ihoiiiv-for tin stiitcincnt Unit Sir
l.'itiU'l ('allien Iimh nut Jii'en ivmovcd
IVimii Hie IliitUh legation at Mexico
City," aiinnuucrd Ilic Kxeluingi. Tele
graph eninpnuy, a' local news HK'nr v,
tudny, "nml lliul llu'ii' I no iiiiini'
iliiid' intention uf transferring Inn
to another tiui."
A IiIhIi fnteigu nfliri' official Intd
I In- 1'iiiled Pies linuctcr, tlini "iln.
foreign ofTee ntilliorlri'M a denial nf
the repot Is that Kir l.imii'l t'linliii
liml liri'ii ti'iiiuviil ftiiiti Knitlnnd'
Mexico ii miuMiv ur llmt lit' Into
rc-lgllcd.
"Klll'll xtlll'lll'llt"i" till- "I fni. il
added, "me iiri'iuuliiri' ami iiiiuiitli
..rlr.Ml."
Dcillnc llnifll MIoii
t'liiirflciallv, it una iiilinialt'il Hut
Sir Lionel hail lict'ii considered fur
llll Kill .lllllriril piMt, llllt il MIIh "Mill
Foreign Minister Sir l'1ntil Urns
liml im! ih'fiiiiti-l) made iii hit initial,
i'iiiI uccoidinu' In one xci-ion, exsn
if (lie lriinlYr were made, it would
imt lio fur scxcnil mouths.
Kir l.inni'l wit- understood imt to
wiiut i go I" Hnml.
WASIIINdTON, Jan. 7. Anion
Ki'.-rctn"rirrir"STiilii John Mns-clt
Moore would neither ronlirin nor
drnv tnilny Hie report Hint tin- de
partment liml henrd Kir l.inni'l Car-
din, HritUh mlni-lcr In Mexico, was
alinnl In ln Iriiu-I'crrcd In 'nini' other
MIS. WHS Ifllllll'll pu-itixflv
however, mi niiolfii'inl ntithniitx Iln
Alllbnssailiir I'llKf, Atucneajl ilipln
malic ri'iii'M'iiiilii' in London, had
scut word that tin1 KokHoIi gincru
incut does inti'iiil such a liuutfcr,
Train, fer (Jnttlfylng
No into in official circles hi-rt' tlini
In pretend thai Sir Lionel's transfer
I mm Mexico Cite mhiIi In' other
xxii.it than very I'liitil'.xing. Ilo nr
rixed at III po-t iii"t a r. Pic-idcut
Wilson was making Iijh initial oI'IoiIn
to force (It'io'ial llni'ila I'tnm Iln'
Mexican prc-iilciicy, seized lhi w
fusion In present his iMcili'iilinlx In
Iln ilii'lalnr, liml li.v Hit' f unspici on
tffnguilioti ltlcti In' iIiiih neenrded
In liinii did a grcut di'iil toward
-llcliglheuiug tin' llni'ila ifgtuif.
Il was piclly lirondlv inlimati'il nl
I lio tiini', lioth in iIiIh count ry and in
Imgluud, that the Hritish foreign of
lice wax acting in Mi'Mcn to miiI
lliitish ptivnlt' interests, who minted
llucrlu iiiliiini'il in iocr fiir sclli-h
reasons nf their own, ami Ihnl Sir
l.inni'l wiih cldi-cn for Hie Mcvleo
City legation becnu-ii ho wax friciul
lv In these Interests.
S
ION SHOT
PiiltTUNI), Or., .Ian. 7. Awnk-
ent'il early IIiIh innrniiiK hy two hitf.
kIiiih in the room in which he and
hi wifo wOVii uleppiuj; in liis hniiie
at l.eiith, it Huhuri, II, J, llateher
opened I'ilo find hhnt one nf 'thu
hinliwiiyiuun through tl0 htoiuiieh.
Keveiily-I'ivo feet away from thu
tloor of thu Italehur home the
womitli'il robber fell, ami hi iar!iior,
believing him inoi lull y wniiuiled and
likely to euiift'-H, idiot him llirouuli
thu temple, killing hin iiihjaully. lie
thoji runinviul all meaiiK of ideutil'i
entliui from thu hody nf the man and
ehfiiped, . The pollen ore .enrcliing
for htm, Tim hody nf the tleittl rnh
her wiih retjiuvt'd.tti the nioiue.
. He fore loiivlnu thu llateher homo
I ho ruhhern tixchiU)od a iiumher of
hIioIh witli llnlehoi', hut neither h.
wr lii wll'u vin Hiiuvki
ROBBER
MR
COMPAN
DURING
BURGLARY
UUvUiifW "i-nru
Doiittlint I .MtKny n lirollitr nf John Hall MtKaj, (ho latter well
Unnwii In Miillonl nint a no nitn r (if tho ItoK'io Itlver Vnlley I'lihcriilty
rltili, him hieii niiiiliili'il polhn rn.ii
Kllni', who rctnovcil llliliielnnilcr Waltlii from office. Iiin-hiihi ho rofiiRi'd
in npimlnt McKti) flmt ilnpniy at tint
lli ilt'pnrliiient mlKht Iiiino n cMllnn
appolntuil n romhilhximier
SEVEREST GALE
ON PUGET SOUND
TACOMA, Wnuli . Jan 7 Ono tif
Hie mnt mwore Kaleit of tl.o pro
tracted iitnrm that linn gripped tin
iinrlhwit for the pant four tliin
ittrtitk tho coa.t from tho noutliHvit,
early thin iiioriilii. rnrryliiK .Iowa
litleerniih liml tnlfiilimi.. ulr.w.tn tlm
north of Hentlli' ami hreakliiK culilen
es 1
Ii'iiiIIiik to Kovenitiiiint weather Ht
DAMAGES
mm
Tatoosh nint North Item!. u,r,,,l ",li'liK New llnj-laml, New J eniiniy to hate Sheriff Itiiml teniMi
Hlrra lmo been repaired no1 '"lk ,,,,,, 'V,'r,',,,r" NV' ';',v '" rarily remnxed from nttiee and Int-
tloim at
riilll tilt' wire liau been repn
reportit of expect ml ilaimiKO to iihlp
pll!K III the liorllieril patl of I'liKnt
Hiitind and the const nf HrltlMh Co
liimblit will ho available. Nearly n
sroro of xeHdetH, barboiind off tho
Columbia river that wore reported to
have utartei! north to Meek shelter lu
the hiipntl. may hao been cttiKhl In
1 Im Huh' it nil either wrecked or scat
tered nlotiK the toast.
Italu Is still faltiiiK hero tnday ami
Hie local forecaster predicts n roil
tlminnri' nf lint raltifall for the next
2 1 hours Ntur'y five Inchon of rain
has fallen mIiico tho prttsnat htoriu has
been lu ptoKinsM.
Itnllruail traffic lit uoutliwestorn
WaHnliiHton Is beliiK rostiiueil sloulj
Tho Northern I'acifli: reported today
that tho OImpla am! (Irity'H harbor
Hues were open iikiiIii, the hIIiIck hitv
IttK been elearetl away, while both
tracks of the lino between Taroitiu
and Cortland ate beliiK Uhetl.
.Stations alnii); tho Northern Pa
cific main linen reported rivers rls
ItiK, but with a dlmlnlftltliiK rainfall
T
E,
WASIIINdTON, .Inn. 7.-Ainu-incut
were Iickiiii lhi ntternoun be
to le tilt' I'uitetl Slatt'M Hiipremu enurt
in thu Oiiuiiei-.Mileht'll contempt
ftthf. The Inlior Ii'iiiIuih were rep-
te-enti'il hy Jutlue Alton It, Pinker.
Samuel (lomperx, pre.-lilcnt of the
Anieiieiin IVdi'iatiuii of I.nltor, ami
nue nf Hie tlefemlaiits, was in (ho
court room.
PORTLAND, l. .Tan. ".--Admit-ItM
inilebteduosx nf .K(,-'."7 is iu
flmled in a voluntary bankruptcy pe
tition of "Jusephsons," a mercnntile
house of UoHchurg, liletl in the I't'tU
eral enurt here today, Tho hehetl
ult'tt iissots of the enncern are $'-'8,-700,
lliiuunh, Sam 0. uml luliaii
Insephsiiii nie iiamt'il as co-piuiners
Hi thu cuinpau.x,
iiilitnluncr of .New York City liy Mayor
nuonr'n rrquiiit In oritur thai the p-
himtl until Mayor-Kt'lt'ct Mltchol
BIGGESI RESERVE
FOR NEW YORK
M'.W OIUC, .Kin . Tin. rnr
ieiie organization coiMiiiitlce met
here iikiiiii tinlav. Suerulitrv of tl
Trntxiirv MVAiIno and Serrftiiry M'
'Wi.lt.ir.. Iliiti.fni vveie tenl.
t. "W,W' ' ' t. pre-nlcnl i.r thr-
""' ''"" " .ew iurK,
n.i. l r'l.nt-l.... c.i.;.. ,.i' ii... ri.. ..........
ni.i.vn t.uiiii ipi( nie wiiiiiiiiii
Trtict enmpaliv testified. Moth lu.
tne .ea-iern ii'iierni reserve xvti
in.
Maker Miid he lliouuht Philadelphia
and Pitlbbur-; should ul-o be'inelud
cil in thin -,Mcii, Imt Saliiu was not
-i -me of tin-.
Maker believed u hunk hi eiuuitrh
In handle nnv situation ami one com-
iiiiiiidin the re-iH'et ami euntidenee
of liankuii: iiilerestM ouuht to he In
eated here urn! eapitalixeil at almut
f.M.llllll.tNlll.
Secrelnries MeAdoo and Houston
will leaxe for llo-tou tuuiorrow mid
will hitld i-eeiiil ineeliiit; there.
Stephen Maker, president of thu
Hunk of .Mauhatlait, favored leM-rxe
hank- in New York, Mosou, Phila
delphia, Atlanta, St. Louis t'hieii'.'o.
Miuueapulis ami one on the Pacific
eout. Ho liiMiicd Pliiladelphia
oxer Va-hiiijtiiii and Itnltiiunie.
.Iiiiiie- .Martimlale, president of
the Chemical National liank. did nol
(limit eisht hanks wore necessary.
He siij-ue-ted that n hank in Xuxy
Yoik. with hramdies in Mo-toit iiml
Pluladelphia, could take eare of thu
entire ea-t.
All witnesses xvere agreed that the
Nexv Yoik reseixe bunk bhould have
the uieate-t enpilul.
One of tho richest cities of Mexico
mid ono of the most civilized, Chi
huahua, the homo ot the Terrtuas and
I Creel families, why have almost na
mi
DESTINED
West Telegraphs District Attorney at
Baker That Unless He Takes Sieoi
to Abate Nuisances He Must Stand
Trial fcr Hetjllijence In Office.
Godwin Asked to Replv at Once as
to His Attitude Withdraws Pros
ccullcn of. Sheriff Rand.
KAI.K.M, Or., .Tun, 7. (lou-nior
U'rxtV law ritforcrinfiit iifllvilics 'u
linker coiinl.v took a neiv (urn tnday
when Im li'li'Rrn"lit'ii Dixlrirt Attnr
iicv Onduin nf Hitler thttt unli-K Iht;
tailor look tininmt eiiH o nloilo
nniiine(v hindi at hoiixcs if pro-ti-,
tiilion, uliich Hie governor nllc.'o
I'xixt in the cnimly, thai the ftnlt
jw'H '" i'oniM'llpd in pro-ci'titc him
'r nt'clici'lieo in ullicc imilcr tin
Ulale ahalcmciit aft. Tin- (ivi'ronme"i'Opraiio whone appearance at
""-knl li-trict Attnrni'v (inilnin to
.....I i..i I.. ..!.... I .. :... i.i ... i .
r.. .....-Mj ...ii..im.in.e ,....
j lie MTiiiiiiK in in" niiiiieineiH nri
, which Omernnr W'ct lirmmhl In
. (lotlwiuV attention proude that
whatever nnicance are found In lme
cxileil they -hall he ahnteil, and
that the ditriet Mtlnniev -hull iniim
1 1 it i it miiI in equity in tlte inline of Hiej
xtate to prrpetHitllv enjoin -uel,
niiiMiliee-.
If the Ktiwrimr I- eninpelleil to
. pro-cente (Indwitt he n. he will net '
miner tin! ii'c ion hi uie . il eone
which prinidc-i HihI if nnv Iftleer
of the late or count v idiitll wilfttMy
hit'Klei't or refuMt.lo perform hi- f-j
H" " l-inriiv V
(luial dut) he -jinll
llW)ll collMelioil J' illl
he piinUhi'df
iiri-otnneiit ot
fine or reinoiil .fifuin ofliee.
romplyinjr witli il -uextinii from
Colonel I.41WM111, (loM'ninr We-t hi
willidrnwii hi- repie-t for n hrarinir.
hofore the eireuit ronrt nf Maker
iii-trueleti ( olonel Law. -on to han
dle the situation a- lie think- lie-t
BY
AMKmJKKN. Wash., Jan. 7.
After livint; shut off from the out
side worlil for three day- hy the
terrific storm, eommuuieatioii was
opened with .Moclip- today. The wa
ters have completely destroyed the
town. While many buildings are
sliindiuV, thex tiiu-t he uioxed to
other urotiml.
Tlie Moelip- hotel i- entirely cone
and with il a mw of nine Imildiut:
itloui; the sea froiit.
The storm ha- died down to some
ONtent, hut there i- much flooded
fount ry.
Ineeiniui: xe.-s.eU fell weiiil tale
of the freak- of Hie storm.
Over 22,000 people were killed by
snakes In India lu 1012,
CHIHUAHUA, RICK MEXICAN CITY.
much wealth hb tho Nvealthlest Amor-
Iciin families, Is now nt the Teet or
Gonoial Puiuiho Vlllu. Many years
ttgo ho hud to leavo tipj vlty lis u .
.Mine. Margaret Obfr, tho bcautif.t
! tho Metropolitan Opora houw In Now
;Vork hag dccy ,ntorChU.(, n)uMcn.
critics, hcpnii her utagc career In lore.
HEARD I
DETERMINES EAIE
OF
LOS ANGKLKS. Cat. Jan. 7
With the fate of boxing In Califor
nia ImiiRliiK the bdliuc'e. J'ciV.Wn
lartl, of Kansas, a heavyweight pugi
list; Promoter Thomas J. McCnrey
and nine other defendants went on
trial In the suprclor court here to
day on a chnrfie of vlolntlnn tb.' state
law which prohibits prizefighting
Considerable time, It was pre
dicted, would be spent In securing a
Jury. At tho outset of tho efforts
to fill the box, Judge Uavjn Cral
made an important ruling governor
lug tho lino of questions that nttor-
' neys for tho defenso might ask pro
spective jurors.
cotuibi'l might not
Craig held that
nsk veniremen If
ithoy were Interested lu tho prcsont
lantl-flglit campaign that had its In
ception In Los Angeles.
Tho prosecution of Wlllard fol
lowetl the death of John Young, fol
lowing a match with Wlllard tit Ver
non Inst Augttvt. Tho cloven de
fendants first were charged with
murder, but this later xvns dropped
for a charge upon which thoy wont to
trial today.
WASIIINdTON. Jan. 7. The rev
enue cutter Setieeii reported by wirt-Ic;.-
tin- afternoon that it had found
and -link the derelict forepart of the
tanker Oklahoma tifteen mile
soullieiist of Feuwiek i-land light.
The Seneea fired fit teen six-pound
shots through the hull, which fimidx
filled with water ami sank.
NOW IN POSSESSION OF VILLA,
bandit, Villa, xvho is at tho head of
tho constitutionalist forces, number-
lug about 7,000 men, says he Is on
i,i Wny to Mexico City Ho says he
will he iiblo tp tnko It within ti few
W
BIG
GAME
beta in love long heforc ho de
cided to slnie provisionally, and un
dfr Its InflHanec hor musical ability
deo!opel so rapidly that her hus
band d cfded she should sin;; In
OpC'S
PROMOTER SPITZ
OF STYGIAN
MIRROR IN JAIL
' OAKLAND, Cal., .Inn. 7. Sain-
i
. uel Spitz, former employe of the jrov
, erument at 3!nr& I-Tnml navy ynnl,
, who elaime to he able, hy menu- of
. "Styuinu ray.-," and n xxirele-- out
j fit. to throw on a glus di-o tit
' night the imnj:e e: Hie aiirrotintlin
I eouutry within 'I jtivcMirle raditH
I of apparatu-, i- heiu held in detinue
I at the city nri-on here, pending an
iuxe-tigatioii of the xalidity of hit
invention.
I The "xvirele Sitx.-eopo" i- the
name given hy Spitz to hi- inveiitioi..
ami he organized a million dollar
I ........,. i.wi lit.. ..Wir.il.w.? SSility.
l.,,j , v Ul, ,e Ulvi f
whil.h hi, ,lllV0 bmi JU,y
-elliu to the gullible.
hi room- on the top floor of a
prominent business block here, Spitz
maintained hi lieadipiarters. He
had a wiiele- outfit iu-tnlletl with
a number of mercury tube-, reduc
tion eoil- and oilier electrical tie
xires to bewilder the prospective
sloek hujer.
I'oltce in-peetors on the rwpu-l
of i-u-pieiou- -toekindder-, made ur
inve-ligation e-toutny. Aeeoiuau
iid liy a deputy city eleetiieian, wli-
ii. mi exju'H on xvirele. , they e alio i
on SpiU. After a thorough examin
ation. Spitz xvas locked up.
Spitz will he given a final oppor
tunity tonight 'to demonstrate the
worth of hi- invention. If he fails
agti'ii he xv ill he charged wiih oo
Miiui'g inonev nude, fal-e pretence-.
EX-BANDIT
mouths n tho mean time ho has
confiscated much of the wealth of
Chihuahua, anil ho Is surrounded by
moro riches than ho hud ever dream
ed of before
YS
Emperor's Son Wires Censured Offi
cers Commending Their Haughty
Pro-Military Stand That Caused
Rlnis With Populace.
Situation as Bad as Possible Befnro
Crown Prince Interfered Defiance
Likely to Cause Serious Break.
I1KRL1N, Jan. 7. So much was
tho Kaiser said today to bo In
censed at tho latest storm tHo crown
prince, has raised by his telegrams
to General Dclmllnc; and Colonol Von
ttcutcr, commending their haughtily
po-mllltary stand in the recent clashes
between troops and citizens In Al
sace, that It was bcllered ho would
Impose some severo penalty on his
son.
Only the crown prince's Interfer
ence was needed to make tho Alsa
tian afflr about as bad as it possibly
could be. The antl-mllltary riots at
Zabcrn were serious In themselves.
Chancellor Von Hcthniann-Hollwcg
made, matters worse by hls'spccclulu
the Reichstag In the soldiers' defense,
provoking such an outcry that he had
practically to repudiate his own
worJs.
The sentencing ot Lieutenant Von
Forstner to a term of Imprisonment
for having used his saber during one
of the riots amounted to an admis
sion by the military themselves, for
It was a court martial which tried
Von Forstner, that the troops had
been wrong.
All this time the Kaiser kept dis
creetly silent.' hoping The affair
would blow over If no moro attention
was paid to It.
Then, with Colonel Von Iteutcr
and Lieutenant Schad on trial on
charges similar to those against Von
Forstner. with public sentiment lu
Alsaco a fever height and with moro
riots threatened, Crown Prlnco Fred
erick William seized tho opportun
ity to aggrarato the situation with
his telograms.
With few exceptions the Gorman
newspapers excoriated him this morn
ing. .Moreover, his father was said
to consider his son's action as sim
ply another In a long series ot de
fiances ot himself by tho younger
man, and a really serious break bo
txveen them xvas reported Imminent.
THREE WARSHIPS
T
WASIIINdTON, Jim. -Secretary
of tlte Xnvv Daniels aiiuouueed
thU afternoon that the battleships
Delaware, Florida and I'tnh xdll sail
for Mexican xvuters about February
1."). They will he sent, the secretary
explained, to relievo the Rhode Mi
and, Nehra-ka and New Jersey.
Should tho ships scheduled In ho
relieved roniuin. Iiowexer, us recent
Iv happened in u similar ease, tho
I'liiled State- would have thu battleship-
off the Mexican coast.
Incidentally, Soriretury Daniel'
anntiimceiiu'iit immetliutely folloxvnl
a ilcninl hy him that "any order has
been lnsiied or was contemplated" In
send more -hips In Mexican waters.
10 PREVENT I
OF B. & 0. STOCK
XBW YORK. Jan. 7. Wall
Street did not helluva today that pre
ferred stockholders ot tho Union
Pacific railroad would permit tho
proposed distribution ot I82.000.00Q
worth of llultlmore and Ohio stock to
holders ot common stock In the
Union Pacific. It was expected that
tho preferred stockholders would In
stitute a suit to enjqjn the director,
at tholr meetliiif tomorrow, from
carrying out the pluu,
MEXICO TO
RELEiyESQUADRON
1i
A