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"""PUTT? T TT7"?T Tyf A T By Stewart Edward White, author of "The Blazed Trail," a story, of a strong man in lumbering camps of the great Northwest,. begins in the Mail Tribune this
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United IVnn Anxocliilloii.
Kull IiiimmI Will Iteport
TIhi only uior In llitt
world imiIiIInIioiI hi n city tho
nlui of Medfonl having a
Medford Mail Tribune
TIIK WHATIIKK, ;
Tonight nnd Wcduwdny
rain. Moniloy High 04,
low oft; range (10; rainy.
MKIJJ'UKU. OREUCUJ, Tl'ESDiW, XOVh)!jJIJR 2-1 1UU9.
Will Also Ask Indemnity From Nlc
arntjun tor Execution of Two
Americans Tclaya Will
CRUISERS REACH CENTRAL
AMERICA; WILL INVESTIGATE
Several Americans Have Been Im
prisoned and It Is Feared They
Will Bo Executed.
(Unlivil Vrc l.mi tt'lr
WASHINGTON, I). ('.. N..v. 2:i.
A demand for mi iiimiIiv and mi in
demnity from the government of Nic
aragua for the execution of the two
Americaim, Leroy Cannon nod Leon
ard (Sroi'it, will be iunde by tli Cu
lled Ktutoo, according the du'lnru
tloii of Iho cabinet officer tilony,
IliKh government offieinls slate
(lint tliif oxprct l'ii)'iilint '.eluyn to
r"ii to agree to the iletnninU.
I'ortcntlniH tinval preparation in
dicate IliHt ZulnyH will lie disciplined.
Meanwhile the nnvy department U
ptoimrliiK lo ytrlko forcibly wlim tlio
limn coiumi. American mIIik 'of war
within HtrllcliiK illtnnc of the Nlar
iiiui count nro being held In rwutl-iii-m
for departure for Ontr&l Amer
let hi a iiionivnl'H notice.
At I'tilltttlol ptitu 11 thousand ma
rlni'H are roaily to board tho trans
port h nml dwaprt for tho miuth
lliiir that numbwr of marlnoH now(lt a banquet given to Conch Howe by
In lht winal zone ran bi ruiihivl j
uKaliiMt Zolay? and rimd? for Instant
art Ion If nucowmry.
OftlelalN of tho department point
to tho fart that tho cruiser ls
Moliiw now- attacking (Iruytowu ban
a largo forao of murines on board;
that tho gunboat VlukHhurg Is at Co
i Into, while tho gunboat Marietta Is
expected to roneh Port I.linon today.
At Mngdnloun Hay tho rrtilwrH Al
b.uiy nod Yorhtown ar iwady for
d'pniure Houthwnrd with full bunk
COLON. Nov. 2.1. TV I'nited
SinttM orttlci, lh Mftin, Im
ifiichid (Ireytown Hiid todnv the of
fo'tr of Die venhl mv invi'-tigntins:
tin- int which euliuiniitwd in the
i'M.,.utioii of Leroy Cmiiioii mid Loon.
n-d (Jroet. on onlwr given by !ri-
Tho luloit diktmtcho flow
i. dWre hi tiny tfintnry nfitor (litf'tiJrimrnlitK vofl.cl. Saturday wt
v Mh.l ZibiM, who U now tight-i0Wn M-yti,,,,., HttYry Warnor. .
II g UgnVW IN" IfVOHlUBI.IHH) 111 mi,
e i-.rt tonjtat.. hi. jfflj. utiun tf-'
j..id.-..oy .rfcthe (V.,fVf,l Amcrioju
r-P'.ihho. JL . rtiinyfl n K00d kUl," bUI thocap.
A number of proilfl!intln lmve,an n,,,, ,mt,t mVi;,l)Ht ,,,K ,mhl
'be..n iMMied by .eluya and Iin .yir.pa-1,,,,,,, , , ,,0 I.0,(;h(
ih'.yv in wlneh AineHoHiis are n ,.QlWn(, , oh(irRO 0llP of tho
p l.,,. me .leii.nin.'ed ...id iumiimm! of ,,, ;,, WQH ,)tlocinK wltc1. t0 10,'lK
.Hidinir Pr,,v...onl I'lsident m um,ortho HtlMU of lu-, sti Qfolx
t,,,,,1,,a' I lmd orilored her nmldcjlilp toVtake
I An oxeei pl I mm one of the pro.- 0 Jjjj, ,off $ l es8 I
..lamahon. rend. ,. folh.wH: used some horrlblo lnnguago. I did
IHMtll . MM I IIU III! ll- ll""l III lit'
Viitiiig the Oringo ooupplrffoy "
f "flriugo" is u hliining term nnd i
lunch iimhI in n furring to- Anuiiciiiw
by South Amoiicauii in the Kpanih
peaking count tioH. . '
. Sevoriil Aini'i'ii'ans am inisxirg. It
If. fca it'll that I hey have boon impii
need and nre being held in eoiumuui.
t JILUFFIHLDS, Niearngim. Nov.
2JI.--Aurelio Kstrndu, u brother of
firnviHioual President Ki-lrndn, who
leading I lie revolution against
president Zelnyn, has been naptiired
by Zelaya, and today is in prison un
der Hontoiieo of death.
i It is said that there is little doubt
hut that Zehiyn wil see to it that K
tfadn is o.vceuted.
j A largo foroo of IJstrnda's fono
nro ntteinpting to reeiui the man be
fore he is shot ln the govornnout
20 SHIPS GO
High Wind Sweeps Over Medlteran
can Unknown Number of Sail
ors Are Known to Bo
NAVAL VESSELS ARE
OVERDUE; THOUGHT LOST
Steamer With 100 Passengers Left
Just Before Storm Broke; Fear
For Her Safety.
(UnltiMl l'rM I.-oivl Wire )
MAItSIill.UJil. Franco, So. 23.
Twunty nulling vessels liavo gouo to
tho bottom and tin unknown nnrolier
of sailor liuvo boon drownud as tho
result of a etorm which la today
sweeping tlio Mediterranean from
from Port Said to GlObrnltar.
Two torpedo boats ana n uuhma
rlno vumhoI of tho French navy are
overdue 1horo nnd it In feared that
they are lost.
Tho -tenmer Draguu carrying 100
tiurxouK lull Hero Jusi zoiore t.uo
nlorm for Daitnr in rrencn ueiiKni
and It I feared that ulio nn gone
No?, j 'Tli'n-
YVho is the member of the university
of California Ruby loam who was
arretted late Saturday night by the
Oakland police who had been called
to nui'll the exhubcrnnro manifested
the member of the victorious team?
Dlschargo of His Duty Man
Threatens Brother's Life if
He Failed to Obey
SAN FitANCISCO, Cal., Nov. S3.
u wnH jHnnil!(1 ,0,jy omt the offle.r
wllom captain Wnrnor of , the St.
Croix thieatilicd to shoot for not
Men-Li,,,.,!,,.. riirH milPltlv nnnueh whim
U-I.T.. nwt..l 1 Hin
WnrI. huM,!Utl, ftWl;0
.....fi', ..... ,,0 wn8A.
ud then nd-
nay that I would shoot hit: block off
, tr ho didn't work tho boat atuldHlilp,
Tho wonion must hnvo thought I was
Good Sport Is Promised Local Fight
Fans at Opera House Lncal
On Wednesday ovonlng nt tho
Joo Wallace of 'DonVor In an olght-
Mmlford opera house sonio raro sport will moot at 140 pounds. Dothaof lnrntion. todnvl?of, Robert ButloK urfrf" miinstakitig workv
l8ronis6d tho MmxJiifnniKld thoso boys aro well knoXnynnd f those lenuhofhasUewh fruit Showed upsTrwe.
ParkorJof nutto,. MontX will meet who rollsh good boxing will not"ba1W Cntniiriieaithotborderline . of - & ? 5
ROGUE RIVER REACHES HIGH
MARK; CARRIES OUT PUMPS
TO TALK OVER
Every Class Has Program Arranged
Will Prove of Great
Benfit In tho
Tdmorrow afternoon jn all o5ihe
BuhooTn of tho city pVogrntn. will be
rendered in keeping with tho move
ment started , by the ladies of the
flrenter Medford Club for the plant-
ing of trees' on the city's street,
Kvery clips' hat. itn urogram nod
there is iiound to be instilled in the
minds of tho students the benefit
i... .i.....i r.n. et.n.io inj no
U IV U MliltlVU . CIUIUI; . .
well ns a proper cure of the trees.
1'arents and friends over the en-
the eity are invited to attend tho ex -
;.rei.-i. It had Dee., planned to-
have n numher of trees planted but
iui" oaf oci'ii i juumm', nwri'.' io i nir
1. March hong, 'Tho StnrP unci
StriH Forever" High soholo.
'2. .Mii-ii High School Orchestra.
11. Ror-itntinit Mi- Hnzel Cox.
I. .rlt.io-HiKll School Mandolin.
f. Piano Solo Mi Ivn Hocch.
fi. K-fiiy on the following ub-
jeet by High School Mudcnts: J.
The Mission of Tree. 2 A Beau
tiful City Park. 3 Arbor Day.
7. Violin Solo Miss lone Flynn.
P. Recitation Mr. Edwin Mar
l. Vocal Solo Miss Vera Ham
10. Music High School Orches
11. Song -High School.
Mnn Whose Specialty Was Butcher-
inn Little Children Pays for
His Horrible Crimes.
(t'lilteil trrss Leased Wire.)
AUHUHN, N. Y., Nov. 23. Thco
duio lllizo,. tho7confessodBlayer of,
.Hie. Tel cm! Peii'npin and Freddie
Iuutiinuo, hns pant the, peimlty ottv)
The mini was sent!,
thalr yesterday morning and at 0:15
was officially pronounced dead.
Riaszn's ciiiue was uiiu-naally bru
or's wrnlh'niid Fannie
l'Viulilii.' sUi,.i' xvi.iA ulnvin.v in iVni.t
of their homo on tho uvc'nimr of Sen-!
teniher 1'-', they were kidnapped by
When Hut iiliililrun fniletl to return
liiiliwi in tinwi 1111 iliimul' n wimr.ili vik
nstitiited in which the entire Italian
tal mid nisYietiins were the mW t"SM .&V ednesday.
cent cliildryf Jof two lUticajrtetK ' & lH"" I'etwgai this
.igniifrt Vhgm he held-ngrude. rtty luulPrtlnnd. cgmmumea
Whilo 'the victims ofl'ho murder-J i'""1 's UW '" h-v l0!110 or
colony of, Utica joined. Fnyly oni'',i"R 01 Urfcov wlnch?ell last
tho morning of September 111, rf mills-. wekj, A sudden' rise of 20. degrees
mnn found the dead bodv of Teresa111 temopnttnro. ea,used the snow to
Percopin Iving under n culvert in nii,'"olt rapidly, cnuSingr the1 floods,
isolated section of the citv. r,' covered tho floor of the
Freddie Infusiano "was lying near
by dying, while several feeet away
was Fanuio Infusiano with n bullet
wound in the arm. Freddie only
Jived u few hours. Several days lat
er Rizzo wns arrested and confess
round contest at 1.10 pounds.
Earl Ralston and Robby Doaiie
ANIENT DAM IS
CERTAIN TO GO
Water Falling Today Crew on Pa
cific & Eastern Work Hard
to Save Bridge Trains
Are Held Up.
(ilfllt Tribune Special Kervlce.)
GRANTS PASS, Nov. 23. The
big centrifugal pumps at the assent
dam linve heon wnflied nwny by the
high water of the Rogue River nnd
i then i xerious dancer that the en-
tire dam may goi The river is full
of floating debris and 'hundreds of
people nro going, to the river to see
ino loss oi me pnrap- wm cnppie.
tho irriuntion svstein here as everv-l
tK depended on it.
, , . .. .
J SAK nuKCISCO. Nov. 23.-Fol-
Iowi tie Ulipn!ce(lentea November
rninfnl, Sout,loriI 0reol)( the td.
grnph and telephone companies are
. tillable to reach Portland,
cifie northwest i almost entirely cut
fP .tt n-!in AAiiiiiiniiinnf inn nvtA't
' ci i... p
ern circuits. So far ns .reportedthe
Ftorm damage i nut great' the' tnofet
senous orteet oomg tue intetruptioi
(Moll Tribune Special Service.)
WOODVILLK, Nov. 23. The false
work about the new bridge at this
place ncros Rogue River is washed
away but it is believed the bridge
will not bo dauinged by the high wat
er. The Rogue was reported higher
last night than at nay time in years.
The river is full of floating logs and
trees. A freight train was delayed
here several hour this morning, be
ing unable to cross the bridge over
Rogue River has broken nil of its
records for high water. Last night
it reached the floor of the power
house. No damage was done there
and today the water is falling.
The Pacific & Eastern had a large
crew of men at work nil night to
save the bridge over Little Butte
creek. As the water is falling today
it is believed all danger is past un
less the rain sets in hard again this
Tho Sha-ta Limited northbound
was held in Medford from 0:30 a. m.
until nearly one i'.-k todav owim;
,tl t,lJH',l!'". yL'l?'0,vIies to
the trrTuee. oxerOTlnie creek, two
miltis HorUi of Gold Hill
The South bouiidfflShn.'tn Limited
.4,.. i. .tin ;.. wv.fSffTiA , n . .,'
A thelectriol'Jil't W I P
S" I' I1UI1I 111 I, UUU1 11117. 11 lt?ll(l? 11
m Toda for the nrst;tinie since Na-
vemner tue eneenug sun broke
through the clouds hitt rain is pre-
Srnpn. f . , j.
... V- 1
fmeo isoveniuer is over seven
il,l'll0s of n,l lins fe. Imtterinp
nil records in: Jackson county
The diunn$o,4phe sojfftu: 'tins not
en great. . Tho. floi.i in Rogue
yr were ywmn by ' Uie, rapi.l
power nouse six mclies Monday
night. The gauge n jtlio bridge reg
istored 20 feet above the regular lev
el. Twelve feet of water is going,
over the crest of the dam.
SAN BERNARDINO, Cal;. Nov.' 25 .
j That oth Hopi Indians . of western
Now Mexico and eastern ATizonn nro
threatening an uprising, wns the deo
the two territories.
Will Probably Grant E. C. Sharpe
Telephone Franchise After
The city council of Ashland went
into executive session Monday even
ing for the puropso of considering
the granting of a franchise to . C.
Sharpe for a telephone system in
that city. The matter was taken un
der advisement and it will be several
days before their decision is render
cd. It is believed that the council will
grant the franchise after
modifications are made.
HASTE IN REMOVING
OVERCOAT COST LIFE
(United Press Leased' Wire.)
BUTTE, Mont., Nov. 23. The
haste of Alexander McDonald, a
wenlthy lumber mil owner of Eddy in
removing"his overcoat has cost hiin
his life. "
In removing his outer garment Mc
oDnald lost hi- balance and fell
agnuut;a j;evQlviug, s,uvHis,left
leg was cliiiiied off at the thigh nnd
nil the fleh was sawed and torn off
hut ji short
TUG SAVES STEAMER FROM'
BEING LOST AT SEA
( United Press Leased Wire.)
CHICAGO, Nov. 23. A wire
less mesnge todn'y says that the
steamer Puritan, the flagship of the
Graham and oMrton line i ssafely in
tow of the tug Nau after drifting
rudderless in a gale for fourteen
hours yesterday nt Benton Harbor.
The crew of forty members nnd fif
teen passengers are safe.
BURNED TO DEATH
(United Pkji I.a8cd Wire.)
BUTLER, Mo., Nov. 23. Con
gresinnn David A. DeArmotid Of
Missouri, the oldest deomerat in the
house in point of service, nnd his
grandson, Monte, were burned to
death here early today in a fire which
destroyed their- home.
The fire was dieovered at 3 o'clock
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CREDIT JS ALSO
- DUE MR. HOOKER.
W. A. Hooker, who had
charge of the prize, car ;pf
SpitzvMihjrgs at the Sjjokauo
fair. is! o.ptitcd..lioine in tiuio,""
Oi.ent his Thanksgiving diyi .'
ier.:,'Mr; Hodkeiv "deserves
not n little of the credit of
bringing home the title of
"Apple" King of the World"
to the Rogue River valley, ns
show of that kind the way
the apples nre places on ex
hibition and their appearances
cuts quite a figure in the re
sult. Mr. Hooker had never
competed before in an exhibi
tion of this kind nittl ho was
pitted against some of the
most experienced fruit han
dlers in the world. The three
ladies who packed the car
come in for a shnro of the
honor. They wore Mrs.
Jackson. Jennie Lewis nnd
Annie Ulrich, and they per-
sonnlly packed every apple in
the car, nnu it is two in a
it huf 'the 'T
4-4-4-4. 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4-4-
1 QCT0PUSF1NAL HOPE
Standard Oil Officials Decide There
is Little Hope of Supreme
Court Reversing Late
OF NEW JERSEY COMPANY
May Try fo Get Mslllficatiojrref Sher
. raaH Anti-Trdst Lawlby
. .. Confress.
. ' (United PreM Leaaed Wire.)'
NEW YORK. Nor. 23. It was
learned today on the nest authority
that tho Standard Oil officials hare
decided that there id little hope of
the supreme court reversing Satur
day'B((lccisioD and'tkat the attorneys
for the corporation are planning for
a re-organization after tne standard
Oil company o New Jersey has be'
dissolved, according to the terras of
It Is understood that John D. Arch-
bold, believes that the only course
open' to the oil trust Is to secure a
modification of tho Sherman anti
trust law by congress. If this can
not be brought about It Is very hrob
tblo that a new "Standard Oil' com
pany will be organized along the
be taKen m its rormaxion mat iaeihaTe b(KJn brousht to the surface to
law is lived. up to better than at the;b b . . wltn,at slx hours Sept
present time. . It will he at least.
m6ntff before- a decision is reached
by the attorneys.
. VISITS MEDFORD
Recalls Old Days' When He Marched
With His Troops Through the
' Colonel Jniiie A. Jackson, U. S. A.
(retired) was on the Shasta Limit
ed, which was held up for a few :
hotlfs at Medford this morning, ow-i
lng to (he washout below-'Gold'Hlll.
. Colonel. Jackson took the oppor-.
tunlty to renew some , old acqaln-.
tances in Medford and to tak h look
over the city As Captain Jackson
was stationed at For( Klama h at the,
beginning of the Mqoc w;ar'and led
the expedition from, thefforl in 1S72
"V f " ffi" uk vuik ,'a " 1
to bring back the Modoca, which r-
suited in tho fight which precipitated!
Colonel Jackson w much lm -
' " r wL..?f
chnngea which had opcurred oluco he; .
i ii i. ..!t t a.ia r Iimh
marcueu, iiiruuBii me
valley with his company tn the early
day?, when tho present site of Med-.
jlOlll US il HIIUCUICMi v.v..v,..v.
jacKSon s mosi vivm remcmuiuiitc
of tho Rogue River valley at that
time Is that watermelons and canta-
. Irtimna frnni Mia VnlloV Wei'O Carried
-f over tho mountain to Fort Kinmatn
4-! with the expedition and placed in the
cellars of the post, and that the offl-4-
cers mess was regaled with the de-4-'lectablo
fruit until mld-wlnter, and
4-1 It wasn't because the melons had
4 spoiled, but that ther were eaten, j 4
4. flint tin nf fleers did not have them,
Colonel Jackson was retired sev-
oral years ago, and has stnce-been
.apting.. inspector of the Oregon Na
tional Guard. -
For the past several days Street
Commissioner Baker has had troub
les ofikbls. own. and he ia-fortuRatel
tW ho layout on the iob all the tTmciipaTthat water cam where th-re had
and.tsnrt la. an ono ptnee wheroWapeeu no water before. Kven .Wassot
complaints of wrathful property own-
No Attempt Has Been Made to Bring
Bodies to Surface Fire Again
Threaten the Main
All Bodies Must Be Burrled Within
Six Hours Says the
(Unltel Press Leased Wire.)
CHERRY, 111., Nov. 23. 8he hope
of finding any living miners in the
lowest level of the ill-fated St. Paul
mine was abandoned today when it
was announced that all the tunnels
In that level had been explored vjltk
out finding any survivors. i
. Numerous dead bodies; however,
were foundrbut no attempt was made
to bringthem up to the surface. This
will not be, done until the explora
tion of the' 'second level Is finished.
Tho fir Is again blazing In the
second level and threatens the main
shaft. V ,
The rescuers,, returning from jthe
bottom of the .mlne had, a narrow
escape when the fire broke but.
The health authorities' todarfor-
thoso whfch will be shipped-tocher
)c,Ues !n "me! baskets. ,
1 Protests to Governor Deneen by
jthe' Illinois branch of the United
f l U'n.t?4M 1 1 n rr I n jlllnfnrv moth
.'.lilU ..WlfWi.a ...... f..p3 j ...
ods of the owners may result In an
Inquiry , according to Information
glveri out today.
According to President, MieD,""'.
tb scjeptUtfi methods resorted to
the officials have occasioned the de
lays in removing tho dead bodies.
TO POLICE FOR 1
Boys Who Escaped From State In
stitution in Salem Gives Selves
Up in Ashland.
AStILAND, jfov. o3.Th
f,e.miMlMl y&utW hh av
W - . tiuiiollJar llt?t,
....... .--s- IeST
youth at' Sa'lein SuudnviHight, the
14th of-NoyendSr, madnpplieation
t Tj lo, Jfc for fol and .hel
xUmay morning. The.
j . ,uunes as pt,r,.y t'odwellF
J 32 nml L, . Fmnkl
e sadly boa
il about "nlff
aged 14. Hie pair were
d and hungry and
a...:.. itti..,ni.!,. s,.e....'
tion from the snprintendeiit of tlioiru
late'hothe, "Hie local authorities nro
youths to Snleni.
Patrous of thp RoguePivor.
Electrio company are Tefjliost
ed to use as few lights as
possible tonight owing, to tho
liigh. wator ni Rogue River.
Plant is operating under dif
ficultv. 4T 4444 44444
ors-mid housewives canreach'hln as
cellars1 or cuttlnl acfosa'lftwns.
storm was so fierce and uuprecedent-i
- . 1 a..- . L - 1 . . . . .... t. .. . n n
eu uuu (no Hireeia su cut ui i) vt" .j
soniof the many improvements glnrft
canyon water la rising,