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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
I'alr tonight nml Sunday.
Max. OH..'; 1 In. i0; limit. HO
Dnlly Tenth Yenr.
BEDFORD.' OREGON, SATURDAY, .ll'LY :, 191.r
IN GERMAN I
FINANCIAL KING ML
J. P. Mortjan Sliot In His Cotmlry
- Home hy Frank Holt, Who Says He
Wanted to Stop American Partici
pation in European War.
f f tiW
XIAV YOIIK, July a. A
slnteinoul issued by the Mnr
" yuu I it in mIiuMIv bofoio I p. in.
"" "An cnininutinn of Mr. Mnr-
" JJtlll tliselosl'H t It 11 1 HlOlO IHO tM
" bullet wounds ill tin region (if
"" Ins light liii. There iiio no un
favorable symptoms mid hi is
li'stiiu easily. (Snjned)
".I. W. MAKKOK."
"II. M. LYLIC."
Till IlllOVO fdlltoniOIlt WHS
signed liv Mr. Moignn's nt
XT.W YOIMx. July :.--.!. I'. Mor
jrnn, bond ill' tin' liitf hniikiii"; Iioiim) oi
lim mime, nml liiiunoial agent hi this
coiinlrv f tin- Hiitic.li gnvoiiimout,
wan shot twice at his onunlrv homo
near Olcwnva. I.. I., liv r'rnnk Holt,
who claimed to lio instructor of Gur
man at Cornell university, who en
tered the Mnrjntn homo shortly after
tl o'clock toilay.
II wan said that Mr. Morgan was
not HOiinusly woanilcil. One of (lie
shot, it wn lupnrlod, took effect in
In hip, the other in his lireuM, tear
ing tiio flesh ami imKMiiK oat thinujli
Ins arm. The Muhuit wax over
powered Its- sonnnts, ilaccil in I lit
Morgan aiitomohile ami rnslicil to
(Ih'iicove. There he lofnscd t wiy
wlio he was or wheio he wan fioin,
lint iisseitod that he wns "a Chrix
tiiin gentleman" ami had fell it hi
duly to Minailo Mr. Morgan to end
The effect on Hie block maikcl
was liui (II iioticeahlo.
Ilhcil mi Automobile
The man who shot Mr. Morgan
cnnie to nicni'oe this iiiorniiiK on the
H:'ui I iiiin, hired an iiiiloinoliile ami
went to tli' MnrgTin home on Miitini
(ock point. lie ran; the hell. When
the butler answered he called for Mr.
Moivan. He said that lie wa an old
filciid of Mr. Moivan, hut wn lofps
I'd admission to the IioiihO.
The man then pie.cd a pistol
against the Momucli of the liallcr,
who screamed and pushed hi way
pan I the sonant into the hall. .Mr.
Moiyan wad approaching the front
door through the hall nt the time. Ho
asked what the troahlo whh. The
answer wa a shot which took Effect
in the hip.
Mr. Moignn vtuKgered and Tell into
a ehuir. The butler, once the mhiill
nnt's hack was tuiiiod, picked up a
drain enul hod fiom the fiieplaee
and broiiirlit it down on the assail
ant's head, hat too lute to prevent a
W'roMoil ViiMiii Away
Tlie butler fill on the innn, wroslcd
(Contmucd on Pauo C)
IN NAVAL BATTLE
PI'TIUXiKAI). Jul J. Wlien th.
(iisii(ii naal -tiu.idroii in the Ilultic
tfsxc battle to 'live German eruier
and n flolilU of torpedo boats oft' th
et coast of Uuihlaud on July 3, ono
(hnnaa eruiwr mas baaehad ad tk
other wa put to flight, aooordiiur to
an offunai btateaiasH Usual toUajr hv
tha Rasbiaa adouraUv Mudtr 4ata of
July a. Tha daasafl U tha Huaaiaa
cruisers, the staUasaai 4isa, was 1st-fciuiticunt
LT WANTED !
10 STOP WAR
Says Americans Must Stop Furnisli
iiill Munitions to Bcllerents In a
Statement Says He Wants Moru.au
to Go on With Work Holt Betian.
OLHNCOVl!, X. Y.. .Iiilv a.-Tin'
police amtcit thai Holt had liccu liv
ing in Glcncfnvo about a week, lie
had heen seen hv various persons on
Hie slicet and his prooiico in the
ncighhnihnod of the Morgan lioinc
hint Thursday had been eonuiiciilcd
on before the shoolin;?.
In his cell the a"niliinl began the
preparation of n wiitteu statement
which he informed the police he want
ed to give out to the newspapers.
The statement was addressed to
William I'. I.uvster, the justice of the
pace who bad (iictioucd Holt about
shootiii1;. Holt signed the eoiimumi
ention, "l- lloJU Dallas, Tow, and
Million." TIle'Tilmcineiit reads:
"My motiw1 in coiuiu; hoic was to
try to foico .Mr. Moiaii to n-o his
iiillaeiien with the manufactuiors of
munitions in the Vuiled Stoles and
with the milliomuron who are financ
ing the war to lmc an ombai'Ko put
on sliipinents of war munitions so if
to lolicyo the Amciicnti people from
complicity in the dentil of thoitsauds
of our Kuropcnii brother-..
Must Slop I'm-tlriiwitloii
"If (Ioiiiiiuiv bhoiild be able to buy
munitions hero we would, of course,
positively lotiise to hell to her. The
roiiHoii.tluit the American peonlc lme
not ax ct slopped the sliipmenls
secuiK lo be thut wo are eltinr lich
mil of lliis trnffio, but wo do not net
ennutih piosperily out of coutiiihand
shipments and would it not hi1 better
for use to uiukewhat money wo can
(Continued on pngo h)
IIKIU.IN', .luly .1 Tho official
Ktatnmuiit tihon out today by the kuii
ernl army lioadrpinrtorn aniiouncoR
thut the Omnia huvo Ktilnod poN
biHMlnn of the lowlands of the. La
hiinka river In Ituiwlan Poland, prov
ince of I.ulilln. The Htitenuuit also
admlta tho nermann have lost tho
gains made by them ywtorriny analiiHt
tho French on llllKenflret In the on
Military wi Iters flKiiro that tho
UusalaiiB from May 1' until Juno 27
loft in tho hundti of tho OormniiH lUSO
officers and 520,000 men prisoner,
nml ,100 fiold Kuns and 77!) inarhluo
Kims, hoiidoa lucalculnhlo war material.
The "Boys" of 76 and the "Man"
Wounded Financier Purchasing Aflcnt
for Britain and Floater of British
and Fi ench War Loans Got Com
mission of Only One Per Cent.
NKW YOIIK, .luly a. When tho
Hewn of the tdiootliiR of Mr. Morgan
reached flnanclnl circles in Now York
(Ik question wan rntnod an to whathor
tho flmineler's nctlvltloft In roniiecllon
with tho Kuroponn war had nuy
thliiK lo do with tho motive of the
iittacl; on him. Tho house of .1, 1.
Morgan ft Co , woh tho purchaHliiK
agent of Ihn IlrltlHh Koverninent for
munitions and stippllon bought In this
It was only thlu morning that the.
announcement had been nindo prom
inently In New York newspapers of
detail.) if n plan of a group of bank
cm, of which Mr. Morgan wan ono of
tho leaders, for the flotation In thin
country of $100,000,000 of tho now
llrltifdi war loan.
A Manned I'otelgn fYtslll
In March last, Mr. Morgan crowd
tho oronn on n uiIhbIoii which ho
hluiRt'!f did not disclose, but which
was gonrraSly ruppoHPil to bo tho nr
ranglng of-rrodltB in this country for
the povven at war with Germany..
The Hiranponient under which tho
Morgan firm was appointed commer
cial agent of tlic IlrltlHh government
In the rnlti'd States during tho war
was widely eiltlclsed. On tho ono
hand, it wdh not mot with Bntlflfact
ion among a largo number of Amer
ican contractors for supplies. They
eomplnlnoit that in poiiio casos they
were rhalu of tho Morgan firm In
special llnoa of commorco. In Kngland
Hin criticism of tho nrrangomont was
rnrrlod Into parllanicnt, and only yet-
teidai It was dohatod there.
Lord Orlnthorpo, a banker mem
ber ol tho Iioiiho of lords, urged that
( aninla sVould have tho proforenco
In tho ordorfl for sliolls and added
(lint "ono roasion why more orders
are not going to Canada Is that tho
big shadow of an intorloper standR
botwoen bor and teb goviirnmont.
Krrl urlson, lord of thojprlvy seal,
roplvliiR to this spoerh, informed tho
boiiBo that the Morgan company wns
ictlng mb Urlllsli agont on a commis
sion o' only ono per cent. "Within
jlio nasi -18 hours," ho said, "I havo
rcon testimony from tho highest au
thority Hint tho Morgan nrrangomont
bus KHHiirod us tho highest efficiency
ami iconomy and boon most benefi
cial tc loth tho govornmont and tho
NO PAPER MONDAY 4
" Tbeie will be no isue of Hie
Mini Tribune Monday, July '..
- - 4
tkyfjiK.'ss?w v, ff If "vasarl " -vm
(I'VniiL'o has just borrowed fJOO.OOO.OOO throimh ,1. P. Morgan & Co. t
in llio lulled States. 1
MORGAN TO FLOAT
JsT.W YOIMC, July 3. Xi-khIhi-(ions
were repotted today ' la1 in
progTcs between oll'ieials of the
ltrilisb lieaniiv and a group of New
York bankers headed by ,1. 1. Mor
gan & Co,, and others, for the Dota
tion in this country of n $100,001),
000 Hritish war loan, ltepoiis dis
agreed, iih a part of the great Hnlili
war loan of .$.'1,0(10,0(10,00(1 loeeutl.N
aiitlioried, while in other (piarlers
it was said that the loan to bo t lout -id
Iidio would be a sine one, bcaiiug
an interest ralo of fi IHToejit.
Jt was nnderxtnod Hint tha'nffor
inj would be inoreiiBPiPiniRsihly tp
$.100,000,000 if tho bonds Weie well
received by Ainericiin ines(ors.
Hankei'M behee thut tho loan will
miitiire in leu enrs.
I'roeeeds of tho loan, it i sniil,
will bo left in Anieiiea to bo drawn
iiiunst by the Hiilixh Kovoiiiment in
the purchase of war miitiitiniiH, food
stuffs and other supplies in the
I'DINK, July 3. Largo numbors
of rofugoos from tho Isonzo districts
havo flocked to Trlost and ClorUla,
arcordlnB to ruports rocolvod hero.
Trains bearing Austrian woundod aro
said to havo passed through those
phi cos sovoral times a day.
I ry.ur 11 I X l-NCi .X I W-.V.1 I - . T .., I -V
C7 'gg SeATUii;
WASIIIMITON, .luU .1 The pub
lie recepliou loom in the senate wing
of the capilol of Hie lulled States
was wiccked just befoie last nnii
night by an explosion euused by a
bomb or an iiifornal muuhiiio, Xo
one was iiijuicd and today there was
only one (duo, a loiter nicoivod by tho
Washington Time, an ovoniug uew
paper, aiiiiimuciiiK that il would lake
The Jellor wax mailed neailv two
liojirs before tho oxplosiou. It whh
pifcmid, "If. I'eiuco," and indicated
tlm'f 'ha wrflcr had been wnilimr for
nn npjftfrtltnjy to cairy out his phiii,
which, ho wJhli would bo "tho excla
mation point f hJfiMiaieer."
Only one mnii-nt that name is in
Iho Wa-huiglim t'ry iHrectory, A
Meuich was bettun fof him.
Officials at first hflid the ex
plosion wtiH cHiised by iiunttuicoiis
combustion or escaping fnU. The
abamloued Hint hue of inTosliytifioii
ami proceeded on the theor tliat' tjm
explosive wan planted by a (trunk,
seek i uk lo oruale n sensation, or-by
some foifiun sympathised, seekiuK (p
leirisler his disapproval of the )ol
ieicM of Iho L'nited States govetn-mcnl.
meet her debU for 'war munitions
ONE IS KILLED,
TAt'OMA, Wnsli, July .1. -One
was killed and a seme lupiied when
a Hoiithbouml Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul ho in fell foity tect through
ii 1 1 est hi one mile oust of Haulier lit
1(1 o'clock Huh ninuiing. A coaeh,
a haxKiiKo ear ami the engine lit on
a Xoithoiu I'aoiliu l'leiKht train on
the truck below.
The dead and injured follow :
I lend Louis liradeen, Seattle.
Jnjuied Mm, Louis llradocu, Se
attle; ('. M. Converse, Seattle; Mrs.
Harry Mown, Seattle; Kianein Wal
ker, Seutllo; Ilnico Walker, Seattle;
II. J. Ilohleu, McKeiimi; Waller Ilol
dcii, MeKeiiiiu; John Alhcslos, South
Abeidoeii; L. A. DaliUtroin, Taeonia;
Mr. and Mr. W. H. Dahlstrom, Tu
coma; Mi. Angeles, Seutllo; Mm.
W. ,r. Rial fold, Halt's Lake; Y, S.
l'cnne((oie, liiemaii, Scuttle; A. L.
WILL NOT DISSOLVE
I'lllLAnKLIMIIA. July :i. The
United States distnel coin t toditx
rujiduied a decision in favor of the
defendant nt tho overniaent suit to
(liHOlVO tb.e Itcadiuir eonipauy ami lo
hunatniio (lie N'ew Jersey Central rail-
ruml ftwni tj)a Ueudintf.
OF UNCLE SAM
Mexican General Arrested Willi
Hucrta Makes Good His Escape,
Despite Guard of Six Carranza
Asks Huerta's Extradition More
Mexican Leaders Under Arrest.
VA. PASO, Tow, July a.
General Viclmiano llueita was
rearrested hole today on a fed
eiul wurrutit issued at Sail An
tonio clinrgiiiK conspiracy to
violate the neutialitv laws of the
l'nited Stales by uttoiuptiiii; to
laiuieli u leviilntionary movo
mcnl in Mexico.
A message to the Cnrrnnzn
iikoiicv heio received late today
l'l'Oin HlO border Slli.l Onnnrnl
Orozeo was nt Valentino, To.w,
not far from Miirl'a, Mow Ho
infeiulcd to itosh into Mexico
" tomorrow, the message said.
4 4 4 4
HAN ANTONIO, Toxns, July a.
Application to tho United StntPB for
foriunl oxtrmlltlon of -VictoTliino
lliiortu, KolK Olaz, Muiiuol Mondra
gon and Aurolliino Itlamiuet, wan ril
ed with Secretary or State Lansing
)(iHlerdny afternoon by-Klbioo Arro
dondo, couflilontlnl agent for Carran
KL PASO, To.as,..luly :i.lViscuul
Orozeo, serond only to Huertnln Im
portnuio has disappeared. Tho au
thorities, however, havo not yet aban
doned hope of recapturing him it he
attempts to escape across tho horde
I 'led (o .luaiv.
No trace of tho Mexican leader has
boon discovered up to noon and it is
assumed Hint bo inudo'good his es
cape enr Is expressed In Mexican
circles that boforo many hours the
Villa garrison at Juarez may place
itsoir under tho command or Orozeo
It was ropoitoil last night Hint an
armed force was marching toward
.luiiie. from (ho west and among the
rumors in circulation Is ono thut
Orozeo lias planned to movo'toward
Juarez with this organization. For
some t lino past thorn has been reason
to believe that disaffection In Hie
Juaio. garrison has gained such
headway Hint it would not bo dlffl
oult for any of Mexico's recognized
factional loaders to take It over.
Tho osoapo of Orozeo was accom
plished In splto or tho Met or n guard
or six moil throe soldiers and three
agent nt Iho United States depart
ment or Justlco.
MMKl Nut Vet Forfeited
Orosco's boudsmou havo not been
nailed nn to forfotl tho money depos
ited, nml It is Improbable that tho
will bo. Tho local IohuI department
of tho Hovoriiiuout may not regard
thorn In any way responsible until
after July IX, the day sot tor Oroz-
eo's trial. Legally, It Is contended,
Orozeo lias tho right to go and come
us bo planned up to thut time; that
tho restrain of his movements b
uuy guard aftor tho court had accept
ed bond for his appearance wait hard