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Medford Mail Tribune
Fair Tuesday Max, SI)
Mln. .11 ( IVr. Jit.
Forty. fourth Year.
Dully Nlnlh Yr.
MEDFORD, OUK( J ON, MONDAY, ,jnV (, V.)U.
BY AXE BLOWS
German Lnliurrr In Chlcano Siihurli,
WHr, Daiinlilrr mid Grantl-Clillil
nrtilally Murtlerfil Durlnii Nlht
Few Clews Left Twenty-Nine In
Past Thtee Years Slain.
iMJHMJ Anrn mil En of Austria, EMPERnR francis irreph with arp.h duke charles francis, heir to throne and the arch duchess
CHICAGO, July f A family of
liiur Mil wiped out li blown (mm mi
iih In their Iioiiiii in lint German
hctilcuicul of Mini I iilit ml, it tiutiurli,
Tin lclltti worn Jacob Nenlenla, a
German laborer, tr.l 72 ) ears', street
sweeper; ! "". Air. Anna Neslcf
tn. lift; tlwlr daughter, Mrs. Martha
Mansfield, aged 2 I years, nml tint
hitter's Infant eli I lit.
Wlmilifir Ui butchery wn ilo
Work of li manlao or of n iiron seek
ing revenue ,wa not disclosed In I ho
flmt eiintiry' InwutlKatlini It wm
learned that tin) )ihiiik mother had
Iikkii III liii! nwny from her IiiimIiuiiiI
fur n year nml efforts1 to (lint dim
Tim murderer, according to I
KneUhch, chl( of police. u( lllm
Island, proceeded with great dutlburn
Nothing was taken from (tin home
It wo thn homo of n laborer and thn
low trinket the Inmate boasted wero
uf Might value Tlm rrlniu was ills
covered tty Jaroti NVslesIn, Jr, a oli
of the ulil couple
Woody lliiKor prints on the nxe
handle Huro photographed. Hoarcli
Ma Imtltotoil (or William Mansdeld,
h u aim ml of Martha, alleged tn tmvo
ilcnnrtcd Iter a year ago, and (or
Michael Churn Ink I. Tint latter was
compelled to varatn tlm XcsleaU
limine tliri weeks ago by tlm laud
lonl In enter to tuakn way (or the
new UnaiiU. 11m sold to have
uttered threat staliut thn landlord
Twenty-nino persons havn been
iituntrreil In tlm Init ihrrc years In
Mlmiurl, Kama. Colorado, Iowa and
lllluols by moans of blown from un
mi', Thn (ImIbIU of nlmot nil of thn
murders am tho name, and In mint
of tin- canon thn murderer's axe ha
wiped out entire families. All the
crimes worn committed at night while
thn Wclluis lay asleep In their bods
and In each Instance thn murderur
left but slight clown.
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OSCAR STRAUSS AS
GRECIAN MINISTER ' " SWALLOWING AN
ONLY TWO PER CENT
VOTE IN MEXICO
MKXICO (MTV, July B. -ItntiiriiH
of yi'Hterdny'R electloim with not ob
liilnubln up to noon todny. It wim aa
"(rliilnoil from official iiuariem how
it, that only two per cent of tho
population hud voted In tint ulnti-n
loittiollml by tho Kowruiiinnt,'
SENATORIALC HOICE IN PROPOSED BILL
WAHIIINIITON. July 0. I're.ldnni
WIIhoii today rofimod to commciil on
)enirday'H olectlon In Mexico,
"I urn afraid I am not In hln con
fldeuio," ynld tho prenldent, when
uNknd If hn knew uu tlihtK of (lenurul
llihirlu'M pIuiih (or leavliiK Mexico.
AT ARSENAL STRIKE
WOOI.WIOH, Knuland. July C
Tho entlru working (a(( of 13,000
iiivu of tho Kovorumout arminal hero
which HiippllcH in out of tho kuiih and
muniuultioii for tho IlrltUU army,
Thii action of (hu men wm a pro.
teal 'lusuliiNt tliu dUnilmial of an iiiikI
ueur who had rofimed to erect inu
ehluery on n ouudutlon conttruclod
by nou'iiiilon luhororH.
OYHTIIIt HAY, N. Y.. July C. -Colonel
HooMVelt today niinouuced
ho would go to New York Wcdne.
day and vlult proRreinho national
hradqunrtcr to i-onfor with New
York clute InaderN. At till liltetlliK
another e((ort will ho made to do
elite on tlm party proRram In thla
Into. A(ter Wednenduy Colonul
ltooMiivelt exporta to en morn v I it I -tora
at homo thou ho linn ilnuo re
reutly, iiIIIioukIi iidherliiK In hi rule
to recelvo no uiio oxcept by preNloim
It wan learned that nt WedncH
day' eotitoreiico thn name of Jimtlce
Kainuel Henbory of tho NViw York
Miipreiun court will bo iireaented att
n ponnllile nouiliieo (or (fnlted Hliiton
neuiitor. It I iiuderNtood that tho
proponed nnnilnutlnu (or thla office
of Oicar KtnuiHn, proKrcnulvo randl
date (or Kovernor In ll0S, lieemuo
Mr Hlraiitm poitlllon la nt vnrhiuce
with that of thn ioi:rrnilvo part)
(u regard to thn Panama repeal act
WASHINGTON. July d.1'reildeni
Wllnott and home leader huvo nKreeil
ubttantUlly on a bill Krantlnc a
larger uieniiiro or nvlf Kovernment to
thn Filipino. Thn pretldont told
caller todny that ho npprovod tho
hill Introduced by Itepreventntlvo
J one of Virginia and modified by
tho bonne liinular affair committee,
hut made It clear hn did not expect
the bltl tn bo panned by both tiounei
durliiK thn present chhIou.
Thn preldeu ainl Itepretinutatlvu
Jonea conferred on bill today and nf
terard Mr. Jones said ho planned to
Introduce, the meanuro tbla week.
A deilcrlbed by Mr. Joiie, tho bill
will iihollah tho I'hlllppluo romiuls-
Ion nnd rrealo nn elective cnnte. No
tlmo will bo net for Independence.
Tint bill will inako certain clannes of
rcnldelitrt vltUoun of (ho Philippine.
Thn voting tirlvllego will bo bated on
certain property (nullification. Tho
right of managing tho foreign affair
of the Inland Will he reered to the
! fulled Hlato.
PLUMIERI FAST SALERS
NOT GUILTY PLEA
DKaMOINKH, Ihwii, July ,
I'Ii'iinH Flint ft'iHly will li eiiteieil by
nil nl' Urn lliiily.nlx iliiinlieix, who
weiii imlli'li'il icci'illl.v oil I'liurKi'H nt'
vlnlnlliii; I lie HIieiniMii iiiili.i'iil luw,
when lliey niiliiKiieil Ioiiiihtiiw liel'ine
.IiiiIkc KiiiIIIi Mi'Iii'oii, in IVilentl
i'ihiiI, iiei'iiiillnx In lln'lr nllniiiey,
Tlm ilefViiiliiiilN nut t'linn rllil itii
WAIIIN(ITONT, July fl.-lv f
eulive order I'rcHidcnl WiUmi toilay
exeiupled from elvll service eeei
IIoiih thn fourteen couimereinl nt
InelicH uulliorizeil by the new Ici
lutivn appropriation bill. They ure to
be utlnelicil to embaKsicH nml lepi
tloim in South Auierieu nml Kiiropo
for iiivestiKiition nml uecelorutioit of
Ainciieiin trntle uhoniil. Congress,
nter n lou light, put them uiuler
civil j-erviee ngaiiiHl tlm leeomtneudu
tioiiH o the niliniiii-tnttloii.
MAYOR SETS ASIDE
RAT KILLING DAY
CIIAUU:STOWN, W. Va., July C.
DeclarliiK that thero nio twlco a
many rntH us pnlple In Charlestowu
and that they do damngo npproxl
iiintluK iaR,000 ovory year, Mayor
J, T. lledel todny not aside July 8 a
"rat extermination day." Mayor
Moduli mild thuro wa a potmlblllty of
buhonlo plague reachluK hero (rum
New UrleaiiH through rats on river
boats. Many nit hunting parties are
being organized throughout the city
WASHINGTON, July C-formal
announcement of the rculgnatlou o'.
George I'rcd WlllUtu a mlnlater to
Greece and Montenegro, was made ! .
late today at the Mate ttepartmeut.
Secretary tlryan Inmwd thl ntate-
nient without cemment:
"Mr. Wllllaiuii'Tequeta Secretary 4
Itryuu to tender to the president hli
reilgnatton a milliliter to Grceco and ,4.
Montotiepro. l.l,?!3)ji ljMj,reaq!i fori
hl relgnntlon U that he cnntiot'.
lonuuent on tbe.tltuatlon In Albania '4.
ai nn would HKe unuer tne rcxtraini
Imponed by hi diplomatic position.!
and that he doe not (eel that ho can
conrcluntlou!)' keep ulleut with the'.,
knowledge whch ho hat of what I 4.
"He Baya that he conilders the
(iiccens of the prenldont more Im
portant to thn world than nil of the
effort of other meir and does not
wlnh to embarra him and wlnloM
to thank him for tho consideration
which Iiur been hown."
8AI.TII.I.O, Mexico, (via Laredo, .tint points wnro. agreed on with buc'i
Texas, July U,)-Tho iIIvIhIou of the
north, Villa's army, has agreed to
acknowledge tlin authority of General
Carraiuu as "first chief" and General
Villa will remain commander of tho
iIIvIhIou of (ho north, a a result of
tho conferences In Torreou between
reprcniiiilutlve of Villa and ('nrrnuin,
urcordliiK lo'nowi received hero,
The conference hu nut betfiiu II
work, It wiu unld, hii two point
ugrned nn bulnx tho flmt pnwnli'il
rnr roiiHliloruHoii In tin ulleiupt to
ileal with (hit breach between llielr
cliluf, Tlml ihutu flmt uuil lniioii-
llttlo delay him caued a feeling here
that other point netting tho differ
ence between (leiieialCarninita and
General Villa would bo decided with
Thn points agreed on represent
cniiceilouH by both sides, It wa said,
General Villa, according to tho news
here, will withdraw his lenlKimllou
iu roiiiiuuiider of thn northern divi
sion, (leiieru) l'ainimi will with
draw tliu acceptancit uf the relBim.
Hon, Tin illvUlou uf tint 11111 Hi, In
fill ill 11 K lis III Heiieinl. wll in iifllriu
I heir liiyully in Cairuiuu, us flml
liilvl" uf Ibu oiiluunuit mmy.
HI:I.1:NA. Mont July fi No def
tliltn coucliiulou. It was announced,
wilt bo reached concerning the min
er's troubles In Htitto ut tho confer
ence that will be held this afternoon
by C. II. Moyer, president of the
WeMteru Federation of Miners, with
ropreHcuttilvos of International Un
ions of uinchlucKtt- electrician, car
penters, street ear emplo)es, bakers,
and structural Iron workers. Tho
blacksmith nnd hulpers union and
tho boiler makers union have htated
they will abide b whntoer decision
11 Is understood that porno plan
will be submitted for the settlement
of tiio labor controversies and If It
meets tho npprowil uf tho conferees,
tho conference will adjourn to meet
In Hntt, where It will he submitted
to tho miner.
hate trains delayed the meeting
,fter being" icochioM for
a wi-ek, caused by swallow-
Ior a safety pin while In
swimming tn the llelmtn
Haths at Ashland. Huth 4
Kmory, age eight years, of
that city, can talk, as the re-
suit of an operation performed
.by nt Sucred Heart hospital
Sunday afternoon by Dr. J. J.
The a(ety pin unlocked nnd
with the point upward was
lodged In the thront. where It
was located by an X-ray. Dr.
Knimoim placed the little nil
under the Induencc of ether,
and with a thin wire fished
tho safety pin out, bringing
relief to the patient.
Tho accident occurred
when Huth put the pin In her
mouth, and a playful boy
splashed water In her (ace,
causing her to gasp and swat- 4
low the pin.
She was discharged from 4
tho hospital this morning,
and left with her parents for 4
IN OLD MEXICO
WASHINGTON, uly C The agree
ment between tho United States and
Great Drltaln to protect properties
In Mexico, will be extended to Include
Spanish and Swiss property. Mr.
Klano, the Spanish ambassador today
asked Secretary Ilryan to admit his
country as well as Switzerland to the
compact. This means that Great
llrltaln. Spain and Switzerland wilt
not support any claims to mining
properly acquired by their nationals
subsequent to January, 1912, which
ore affected by cancellations or con
fiscation resulting by the refusal of
the bonafldo owners to meet obliga
tion because of military obligations.
NIGHT OE CRIME
Evidence at Inquest Over Murtter ef
Mrs. Bailey While Consulting Dr.
Carman Incriminates Mrs. Carmen
Cartridges Found In Hause
Physician Claims He was Shot At.
W. W. TRIAL IS
PONED 2 WEEKS
TAUUYTOWN. N Y.. July C
Nino free speech advocates, most of
them Identified with the liidustilul
Workers of tho Woilil nnd all of them
associate of tlm four victims of Hat-
unlay' bomb explimlou iu New York
caniu to Tarry In wii today to face trial
on charge growing out uf tliu demon.
NtrntloiiH Homn weeku ago ngulnsi
John D. Itoehofollcr and his son,
whoso eslato Is near here. Nearly
yi)U sympathizer came will) Ilium.
At tlm reijucnl of t'oiliiRel (or tho
ilnfeiiduiiU thn IrlnU went put out
for two week oil I he uruum! tlmt
needed Hlliee were ubneiit.
IOWA'S BLUE SKY
LAW HELD ILLEGAL
DF.S MOINHS, lown, July ti.
liiVMi'.i ho-eulleil bliie-cky luw provid
m lor the restitution nml ftiper
1-i011 of investment eompnuies, xvn-
held uueonstiliitionnl in a pereminm
oinioii hnmieil down tduy by niter
I, Smith, United Stntes eireuit court
jndjje nml Smith MelMierson aiiil'Joliu
( l'ulloek, United Stilted judj.i's.
Although the meiiMire win nttueked
on fno dili'erent KrminiN, tiie jml;e
eiteil only two j-iieoifin inltuice.
wliere-in the law , invalid us fol fel fol
eows: it offends niiniust the commerce
elmi-e of tin1 ndiuiuistriilious.
(liaiits Miilege nnd inuuutiitic
to eitizens of lowu ileiied to citizen
0 otiier htntes.
The reiniot of the petitioners or nn
injunction to prevent jAV. S. Allen,
sceniur.v of stole iiiuljdeorii Cos
son, nttorney general, from enfore
iuu; the law is urunlcd by the court.
WASHINGTON, July C Thomas
P. Jones of Chicago, one of President
Wilson's nominees for tho federal
rcservo board, appeared today before
the senato banking committee to
answer Inquiries regarding his con
nection with the so-called harvester
nnd zinc trusts. Mr. Jones declared
he became a director of tha Interna
tional Harvester company at the re
quest of Cyrus McCormlck, a personal
friend and had no great financial In
terest In It.
QUARREL CAUSE OE
REPORTS OF RIOTING
SATl I.I.O, July U. (lencru! Cuiuli-
ilo AKulhir, in a report received here
today by General Unrrnuxa, said tlmt
11 H'ionu quarrel between un Ameri
can nml n. eoiititiilioiiali-it soldier
was the only bass for the report that
assault hail been iiimle 011 Americans
iu Hie l'umico oil districts.
General Apiiilar ntntcil tlmt the in
vestiirntion had been umile by un
American consul nml member of ins
staff nml inserted Hint representa
tives ot the oil eomtmuies, fiuperiu
teudeuts nml otlior foreigners had us-
suri'd tho iuvesti-jntors they were
Htitisticil witli the piotectiou the con-
stitutiomilists nt lord.
Forces publicity for Iaties
WASHINGTON, July (1. -Senator
Month of Idaho today bepm fiht ill
tlm heimto for force ciiMdcrullou of
llie Cnloiubiuii unit Nieaingiiuii (rent
ie ill open sexxiou. He pfe-.cnei 11
leMilutiou ulko calling for tint pullii
cation f nil iiiitlgiilliiin by Ihi
foieij;ii leliilion I'oiniiiillee. It was
nut ier until Inuioirow,
"If I ciiiiuot uet llie I'Oiifccnl of the
cimle Id put Hn Nleatnitiiini liealy
lulu power," hu uiili "I nlll ho fniecil
o dUi'lliiluu the llilck uf (lie kViiue,juihiiU'i,
I have not attended n session of the
committee since (lie lieaiinrs lieguii I
did not piopse to Milmiit by fitidiii;n
to the elninp of eerely in legMulivt
sesKiou. If (he Nicarngiian Irealy in
lirniighl out Into Hie open it will die,
nn it iiiglit to die. I believe il is Hie
outgrowth of deception of, niUrcpru
filiation, rami y ninny, uinl rorrpu.
lion nml I mil pivpurcil in slni it."
A le-nliilioii In allow the luvrstlpi.
lllUlM Ul'l llllll HlU IIUHMIIIIIVM Mil
FltKKPOKT, N. V.f July l.-Tho
iiiipiest into the ilenth of Mrn, Louise
lloiley, wife of n New Yrk mnnufiie
lurer, hlmt nnd killeil Inst Tuesday
nisht while conuIlin with Dr. Kdwin
Cnnumi, a prominent Freeport phyi.
cinn, in hi- office, wns reumeil to
day. Aiiinnt Dislricl AHoniey WVeln
exhibited mi unopened box of thirty-eilit-enliber
which lie xn?1 he had found in the
attic of the Carman home. Dr. Car
man told him, said weeks, that he
did not know how the enrtriiljres came
to be in his house.
. A .'IS-cnlibre bullet killed Mrs. Bail
ey. Xcjcro Flrnl Witness
The first witness called today wax
C'cliin Coleman, n Ne:ro servant iu
the Cnnnnn house. Sho Ixyan her
story by telling who xvns at the din
ner table on Tuesday night. The wit
ness said Mrs. Cannan camplaineit
of having n headache nnd said she
was Roinj upstairs.
She ndmitted having talked with
Cleorge Tvy, Mm. Cannnn's. nttorney,
the moniin" after the murder. She
insisted that no one else wan present
at the conference.
The district attorney then asked if
she had not told him previously that
Mr. Carman wax present. The wit
ness said she didn't remember.
Despite assertions of Dr. Carman
that several shots were fired nt him
last night by it man on n bievcle near
Hoekville cenlcrwhile he watf rclnr-.
iiijr to his home nfter visiting a pat?
net, Lewis Smith, district attorney
and Sheriff Stephen P. Pettit said
today they were still firm in the be
lief that it was a woman who shot
rirtnl on From AmliHxti
W. J. . Haff, junior, of Lynn
brook, near here, who strongly rise
emblcs Dr. Carman and driven nn
automobile of the same tyjie, report
ed to the rreeport puce that early
this morninir, while drivinc his ma
chine not far from where Dr. Car
man was fired on Inst night, a man
stnndinj,' beside the road fired one
shot nt him.. Hnff is 11 friend of
Dr. Carman. ' "
Mrs. Jenuis Itnyca, mother of Mrs.
Hailey, testified her daughter hud
been complaining of feeling badly
and tiiat it was she. who urged her
to go to a doco.
William Bailey, husband of the
murdered woman, said his wife had
not cmpluiucd to him of feeding ill
mid he wns not aware Hint site ever
knew of Dr. Carman.
Saw Wife Around Yard
Mis Hazel Combe nid site arrived
ut Dr. Cimnnn's office nbout 7 o'
clock and saw Mrs. Cnnnnn walking
around the house nml saw her admit
a mini patient (Onldet) mid go into
Dr. Cnrmnn's office to answer thn
telephone, before tho doctor eamo
out of tho dining room. Mrs. Car
man denied on the stand she ever
entered her httslmnd'rt office since
she saw Mrs. Variance, a nurse, kiss
Clms. Anderson, a Xegro youth ted
tificd tlmt as ho wns passing the
Carman house at about 8 o'clock
Inst Tuesday night ho heard a renort
which ho thought was caused by a
firecracker. He looked in the yard
and saw a man running toward (ho
Imekfenee. The man jumped over
the fenco mid Anderson luler nw
him emerge from nn. alley iu Hut iiext
ING AT FAIR
WASHINGTON, July fl,-.Awe
prltitlon for a Kovermueflt bulldjf at
the Punama-I'sfifle itn&tiHt ww!
Iix-mawd to i 100,040 In tkv sfy
Itil Mpiiroprhitluu Mil rptrU4
day In (hu mhIu,