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IvIEDFOttD MAIL TUTBUNE, MEDFORD, OREO ON. TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1!)H.
!W L I'
E OF THE MEN WHO FIGURE IN THE BIG
FOR WORLD PEACE
NEW YOltK, May 19. Tho de
fense launched Its care today nt tho
trlnl of Charles Decker, former police
lieutenant, fur tho murder ot tho
Rambler, Herman Itosonlhnl ami
callod as Its first witness Jacob rtclch,
nltat Jack Sullivan, "King ot the
Newsboys." Whothor llcckor will
take tho stand was still undecided
Rosenthal died In a gamblers
war, at tho hands or tho four gunmen,
put to death for the crime, accord
Inn to tho contcnt'on of Martin T,
Manton, chief counsel for tho de
fense, In his opening address.
Sullivan told of two alleged con
versations with Hose In prison In
which he swore. Koso had Raid:
"Whitman wants Becker and Lam
going to give, him to him. Slf pre
servation is tho first law of nature.
I'm going to look out Tor myself."
This convcrsaitonr according to
tho witness, occurred in tho Tombs.
Later, accordlng'to tho witness, when
the Informers and material witnesses
were transferred to the West Side
prison, Sullivan said he asked Rose
whether ho still intended to 'frame
"Ros said ho did," said the wit
ness. "Then I had a talk with Web
ber. Ho told mo his lawjer had ad
vised him to set on tho bandwagon
and corroborate Rese: Then I went
back to Rose and advised htm to kill
himself before he 'framed up Becker.
He laughed and aaid Vallon was
with him and that they would all be
out of Jail the next day."
Only last May, after the fint trial,
tho witness paid, Webber expressed
remoreo for hi testimony against
Becker and made an affidavit thnt
Becker was innocent. This affidavit
wis rend to tbo jury several days
"Areu'l'you afraid of being prose
cuted for perjury now?" asked the
"No, I ain't afraid of nothing"
Haul Sullivan. "I'm na cleirti ns you
are. 1 could have been out of this
case entirely if I bad committed jcr
jury for you."
ISSUED BY HinSON
Chief of Police Ulttion issued or
ders this morning to all unsanitary
places In the city to clean up at once
or suffer arrest and prosecution un
der tho law. People who know ot
unclean and unhealthy conditions
are urged to make a report in person
or by telephone to the police, and
steps will be taken to force a clean
up. Quite a number have shown an
Inclination to disregard clean up or
ders as new tangled ideas, and will
bo forced to obey the law.
The warm sunshine ot tho last
week has caused an tncreaso In tbo
number of files, many of tho horso
variety, who come to life from stablo
offal, and particular attention will be
directed to barns, etc.
This is the second clean up order,
the first being upon May 1st. The
resident district Is roportod to be In
good shape, but not so much ran be
said of tho downtown districts.
CAR$0N TO TALK TO
SCHOOLS ON FARMING
Mr A. H. Carson, state commission
er of horticulture for tho third dis
trict (southern Oregon), will lecture
at the Willow Springs school house
before the WUlow Springs grange,
Thursday cvonlng, May SI. Mr. Car
son will discuss the possibilities ot
fruit growing and diversified farming
its a working combination. Since Mr.
Carson Is tho owner of the well known
Redlaud vineyard In tho Applegate
valley, which ho operates In connec
tion with an alfalfa and stock farm,
ho is well qualified by personal ex
perience to talk on tho lines indicated,
Tho public Id Invited to attend. Mr.
Carson will bo entertained by Mr. and
Mrs, Ralph W. KIdcn ut "Green
CARNIVAL COMPANY LOCATED
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liuyH pultlnjc up tlia dhow. Tliey
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With the arrival or tbe Lulled States troop Coloiudo Industrial vrar has been stilled, but not terminated. Tto DvotUhcU, tho ttirtitilciicu and Ihu violence hnvo stopped, but Ihr
controversy that has split the State Into armed camps for more thau half a jcar remains otherwise unchanged.
All over the State lgln of relief have been breathed Tho coming of the government troop has been like a benediction I" ttilt war haunted foiniuMnvenllli Jut tuny lli sr..t
thing. It Is nvKainxed. I In t aim the fighting camp, restore ,i more normal iuentaL attitude on all side and rctluco the sup illeo f powder tiii-I bul.M nud rifi-i ntiMiiu etnploe mil
strikers. After this the subjevt of the controversy Itself can be approached. Meanwhile, although peace linn come, there I nolndl ntlou of n spirit of iomnruuilcur loiiu'iutloii ouelttior lilo
VERA CRUZ. Mexico. May IS
Arch Illshop Moray del Tlo was
driven out of Mexico City by Pro
visional President Huerta. accord
ing to Information reaching here to
day. Tho arch-bishop, the story
says, sought an Interview with Gen
eral Huerta, which was at first re
fused, but later accorded on reprc-
sentatlon that tho churchman had a, pjr mi jii itreel, through
communication from the Pope
The communication. :t is etntcd,
proved to be a suggestion thai Gen
eral Huerta resign. Tho president
appeared to take this advice dis
passionately, making no reply. On
tho following day, however, a mes
senger came to the arch-bishop with
a warning from Huerta that he would
do well to leave tho country.
RIDES WHEEL FROM
DERBY IN TWO HOURS
JoM'pii I'rull, win' livex mi n
f ii nil near Derby, eiiine in Tiicrdny
upon bit, bie.ele i" lix tlitin two
hours, n nd irtmoiiuci' tlie road
"Shut in ns I line beiii bv Hit
sticky, I uppreeialc good loud-. I
think every dollar pent on good
roadn is worth one hundred dollars
lo the community. No belter inet
incut can be mudc The road front
Kiijjle l'oint ! beinu prnded and
htraigltleucd mid we all teel lis if
our place bad gone up a bundled
per cent in tnluu. We now hope that
the next step will be to nmi'iidnm
ire the slieky hlretelies."
Stanley Hal(,'ht. aged 17, a pupil
of tho Medford high school, son o'
Fred Alton Ilalg'hL and Mrs.
Florence Halllday Halght, hag passed
tho competitive examination at Aiiuri
polls for entrance to tjie United States
naval academy; He passed tho phy
sical examination latt November.
Hut four out of 2H app)bpauts paseod
TO ENFORCE LAWS AGAINST
Auloisls i in motorcyclists who
run around Aitb the in u tilers of their
machines ohmi will be n nested under
u caiiipiii;-!! launched this morning by
Chief of Police lliltson. Wiiriilngs
will bv )lil kiuii, Ik'iioiing of these
will ic.ull in nrict. 'J'he Inst week
or leu ihis this pnieliee bus xlioun
mi fiieit'iioc, uml people in flu rest'
ili'iien ilisl 1 1 i complain Hint they
CHUIIoI kbep iiltihls inr lilieillllh
uuUt'S uifidv l) IliU IIIIK llllU'S,
FIRST GRASS FIRE
BRINGS OUT CROWD
The fin-l prn-s fire of the seiu-on
brought out the fire department this the Southern Pacific, toinorrow, .May
noon to e.xtinpii-h a mullo in jo, t-oiitliboiiud Sbnila limited No.
yard on We-t Ninth xtreet. Thoiji, now due in lliw city at fti'i'J n.
alarm was turned in jutt nt V2 o'eloclvji,,., wi Jeuvj two hours earlier, nt
and a couple uf hundred ntito-t nud
motoreji'len broke xpecil Invvn getting
lo the scene. Motorcycle rider- went
ho;; wild on Main street, and near-
accidents' occurred at (Jniiw and Main
rvekles ridiu;;. Five hundred o
pie pothered in anticipation of seeing
a rcetition of thu sK?etaeular bhir.en
of the la wfjek. The damage was
nil. The council will probably brim:
up the matter of rufi fires at their
regular meeting tonight.
A DOUBLE SURPRISE
ON DOUBLE BIRTHDAY
On Friday evening. May 15, .Mrs. J.
M. I'lctxeher, J'1 llently street, in
ileil Miss Koberta Owen Curtis to
sR'iid the evening with her in mem
ory of their two birthdays. About
fc:.'l() o'clock a rap wax heard at the
door iiiid .Mrs. I'lcUcher was sur
prised lo find at opening it about
twenty-five of ihe neighbors. The
i:euing wax a pleasant affair nud
will he o'l long remembrance lo all.
At a late hour, before going home,
refreshments were served, eoiinisling
of strawberries and cream, ice cream
ami cake. Mr. I'lelscber wishes to
thank nil for their interest and as
sistance which made thu aifnir a
CHIEF WHITE REMOVES
CAPTAIN JOHN MOONEY
KAN FIIANCISCO, Cnl., May 10.
Captain John Mooney was removed
today from the command of ihu de
tective bureau of Ihe police depart
ment by Chief I). A. White, as a sc
ipieuce to published charges by .Moo
ney Hint White was allowing himself
to be dominated bv nolitieiiiiis in the
conduct of ceitaiu police affuiis.
We Gome Flying
For Quhk Deli terlist
H. Weinliard's Ice Depot
'CHANGE OF 1
ON SOUTHERN PACIFIC
11 v n new time table effective on
:i:'J0 u. m. This is the only ebnuge,
the other trains arriving nnd depart
ing nt the same time.
The time table i ns follews:
'. Shasta limited . .. . 'Jilou. in.
11. Portland express: Hi'JOa.m.
II. Motor lO&'Jii.in.
III. Motor - l:'J7p.m.
III. Oregon rxpre-.s . fliiOp. in.
11. Sluista limited ngOn.in.
III. Motor -. H 10 ii. m.
1:1. San Francisco e.xp lOVJn.in.
!.-. Motor .-- . 'J A! I p. in.
1.1. California express -1:00 p. in.
EIGHTY CARLOADS OF
PEARS ON ONE ORCHARD
MAItYSVII.LK, May Id. The big
gest pear crop ever harvested from
the llayward Heed ranch ut lliggs
will he picked this year from eighty
ucri'S of bearing (rees. The yrop is
(stimaled at 10(111 tons, .which is
eipml to cigbtv rarloadn. All Ibis
fruit goes to the distent markets ami
commands a lain-v. price. The raisin
crop in this district also will be ur
In addition to plenty of frssh air
and proper diet, those suffering iroai
or who are predltposed to Tuberculo
sis are recommended to use Eckman's
Alterative to stop night sweats, banish
fever and hasten recovery. This medi
cine, by reason of Its successful use dur
ing the past, warrants the fullest Inves
tigation posdble by every sufferer.
Eckman's Alterative Is most effica
cious In bronchial catarrh and severe
throat and lung affections, and in up
building the lyttera. It contains no
narcotics, nor harmful or habit-forming
drugs. Acc.pt no substitutes. Sold
by leading druggists. Write to the
Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, Ta.,
for booklet telling of recoveries.
with jour ho when wo get your ,
order. Promptness ot delivery
Is as much a feature, of our
sorvlco us puro Ico and lota of
It for thu monoy, Our wagon
Is In your neighborhood ovury
"Welnhard's ko Is giiaratitcod
to hi) ubxolutely saultury.
MEMDEfcS OP THfSAN RAFAKL COLONY
.FLEET LANDS MARINES
10 PROTECT MONARCH1
Dl'ltAZ.O, Albania, Mu III. -A
mixed force of iiinriiies from the in
terniitioual fleet was lauded here to
day for the protection of Prince
William of Albania, who accepted Ihe
riilership of the country on Febru
CHARLES SPRAGUE PEARCE,
ARTIST, PASSES AWAY
NF.W YOlMv, Mny 111.- Advices
from Au.vers Sur Oise, France, made
public here today, iintiliiinced Ihe
death there of Charles Spnigue
I 'curve, the artist.
Mr. Pea nil wax born in Itoslou in
l.S.'il. lie attained much t'aimi as n
painter of wasants and fishermen,
and was it coiispieuoiix figure in the
art circles uf Pari-, where be made
his home for many .vears, lie hud
not been in America for eighteen
: n S
70 PER CENT OF
L II. Il.mi-, formerly of Medford,
now of Sacramento, ami representa
tive for Stewart Co., fruit ship
pers ami commission men, is visit
ing Medford' nud inspecting Ihe fruit
prospects. He said:
"I have gone over most of the or
chard area, and 1 find much more
fruit than I was led lo believe. I
believe there will he 70 per cent or
better of a crop of both apples and
"The prospect are fine for good
price, particularly of pears. The
California pear crop has suffered u
severe dioji, and blight Is causing an
enormous om hi the river district.
The crop will not be near as heavy
as predicted. The apple crop Is xhy
Hflth Medford trade is Medford mad
'vq used it successlully
automobilist to us
referring to Zero-
lene. Why shouldn't it
be a good oil, your Com-
has been manulact- v
lubricating oils for i
frvrM v'.irs. nnrl
W. WT .'W...... ......
you must know how to
make a good oil."
THE STANDARD OIL FOR
"Wl)cn you tell mc that Zcrolcnc is actually the best
automobile oil you can make that's guarantee enough
for me." . .
'I'lwMiLtiwIc rtf mntnristc mvr. mi ennvr- rtt(tprm
in our recommendation. To thouMindH Zcrolcnc is,
giving the same satisfactory service.
Dealer, everywhere. Ask our nearest agency
about delivery in bulk.
TOICIO, May ill. A plou lo Ihu
press of the world to wm'li for the ie
moval of lulKtiiHlcrstniidlniu uml huh,
plelons between the nations of tho
world wiih made tm;ay by Premier
Count HIilRenoIni Oluimn, In uddreNa
tug a KutlK'rliiK of Jupauoiio and foi
oluu JoiirunllHtH. Ho declared theso
iiilmiiidemlitnillnuii mul iuuiIkIiuiu
uero terrible ollstructloiis to tho
world's peace, but added Hint tint
time hud not nrrlved In international
relations to apply the Christian tevt:
"Whosoever shall snilto thee on
thy rlitht rheek, turn to him the oth
er also "
Nations, he until, must be strouu
and evait respeil for their rhtlits
The dnpunere premier deelured
that unjustified suitpleloti has ted to
the fortlflrntlou of peaceful roKltliliM
such as Now 'ealaud and Australia
and concluded. ,
"America has no ciiem, so what
Is the use of the fortification of tho
Paunma canal?'' i , - .
Are lionie-mudo and 'will
must particular smokers.
Legal blanks lot sal at lb Mall
r-lhun nfflra C
SALTS IF BMOUCHY
Drink loU of water and stop eatlcg
at for a whlls if your Bladder
Wlirn you wikn up with backache and
lull inliny In the knlnty rrgloa It con
rrslly mrn ym have ln rthi" Iimi
touch rtwat, ) a w-ll-known authority,
Mrst forms title arid wliloh ovrrvrorlk
the Viiltipv la thrlr rIToit to fitter It
fmm the blissl and tlvoy beemo sort of
prIyed ami Ioj-rj-. When yeur kldneyi,
Ret sluin;lh and cleg )ou mutt rclUt-i
them, like you irllev jour Umelai re-morlri(-
all the Issty'a urinoiia wat,
fl yuu haro luekarhe, sick headache,
diiry tprtla) your atoniMh wair, tenfvi
Is coated, and when the wallir I bad
I you have tlieumatie twinge, the urine,
fit cloudy, full of emllrnent, elisnneU often
pet iorx, water scahl and you are obliged
to rek relief two or three timet during
KJther contult a Knl, reliable phyel
clan at once or pet from jour nlmrmscUt
about four miner of Jsd Kalt take
a tablrspoenful In a ! of water
before breakfant for a few day and your
kidneys will then act tine. 1hla fammi
salU is mIe from the acid of Rrapea
and lemon Juice, comblnM with llthla,
nd has leen uteil for generation to
clean and ttlmulate lufHh kidneys,
alo to neutralize acids In the urine so It
no longer Irritate, thus ending bladJr
Jad Halt I a life saver for regular
meat rater. It I Inexpenalve, cannot
Injure and makes a delightful, clTer
veacent llthla-water drink.
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