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MEDFORD M ALL TRIBUNE, MlDDFOim ORISON. Tlim?SDAV, MAY KS, 1!)12,
AMERICAN WOMAN BUILDS CHU3CH NEAR VATICAN.
HERE'S A CHANCE
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N NEW ORLEANS
SAN FHANCISCO, May 10. -CIiuulo
Alexander AMro, a clntrvo.v
mit nrroHlcd hero November 2fl, l!)0!)
mid I'hnrgrd with hnviitc oniber.r.led
$12,000 worth of jewels from .lnspor
O kclloy, (lie Coos Day towbont kiur,
upon whom he foisted Stella Tynan,
n vaudeville actress, in the role of
0 ICelloy's lone; lost daughter, lias
been rearrested, according to advices
received today from New Orleans.
Astro was taken into custody in
the. Crescent City ns a "suspicious
and dangerous character." Though
bo J8 etill wanted in San Francisco
on the felony charge, hawiuir jumped
bail of .fJ.OOO, no effort will be made
to brine back the fugitive.
Astro, following his flight from
here, was apprehended in Hot Springs
Ark. There be won his fight against
extradition, the local authorities re
calling the detective sent it bring him
back. Astro sought to break jail in
Hot Springs but was shot and cap
From a contribution of $'.200,000 matte by Mr John P. Kennedy, of New
York, the tlrst pretentious WaldetHan church In Home Is being built. It I
likely that the entire work of the WaWeuslau denomination, Including Its
tlieologle.il seminar, will be directed from thl centre
TAFT AND TEDDY
METHODISTS VOIE ! PRESBYTERIANS IN
ON NEW BISHOPS
LKWJSTON, la., May 10. Al
though both factions were friendly io
far as surface indications went, n
bitter fight between the Roosevelt
and Taft forces appeared imminent
today when the republican state con
vention met here. The Rooseelt men
were the stronger, having a majoritj
of 20, thoy asserted. But the Taft
minority was well organized and was
prepared to make a strong fight
against a delegation instructed foi
Roosevelt being sent to the national
convention at Chicago.
SUIT IS BEGUN TO
PITTSBURG, Pa., May 1C An
other slap was given "big business"
by Uncle Sam here today when the
government started n suit which
seeks the dissolution of the Aluminum
Company of America, the so-called
aluminum trust. A bill with this eud
in view was filed in the United States
court for the western district of
Pennsylvania by Special Assistant
Attorney General Cantland.
IN MEXICO TODAY
JIMINEZ, Mexico, May 10. WitJi
the main columns of the government
troops under General Hucrtu report
ed only three miles behind General
Orozco's rebel forces at any early
Hour today, it is expected that a
decisive clash will occur before night.
It is expected the rebel chieftain will
try to reach Rcllaup before giving
battle to General Iluerta's army, as
the insurrectos have excellent fortifi
CALLS ACCUSER OF ARCHBALD
"TRAITOR" AND "CUTTHROAT"
WASHINGTON, May 1C Ed
ward J. Williams of Scranton, chief
witness so far In the house Judiciary
committee's Investigation of the
Archbald cage, furnished the sensa
tion of today's hearing when ho de
nounccd William p. Boland, author
of the charges agalust Judge Arch
bald, as a "traitor, cut-throat and
Williams accused Dolund, who sat
during the denunciation within arm's
length of the witness, with having
"doped" tho lawyer in Scranton to
get certain Information. Ho repudi
ated the letter signed by him and
sent to Vlcc-Prosldont Conn of tho
Laurel line, who had contracted to
buy tho Katydid Culm hank from
Williams and Archbald. Although
lio said ho might havo signed such a
Jottor whllo under tho Influence of
liquor, Williams said ho talked to
Archbald after he hud hoen sub
poenaed In tho present case, and that
Archbuld had told him to tell tho
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. May 10.
Whether or not the quadrennial gen
eral conference of the MethodUt
church, in session here, shall explicit
ly forbid to members of that body
dnncing and cards is today the most
lively question before the conference.
Led by Chancellor Day of Syracuse
university, a big minority favors ex
punging from the rules of the church
the "discipline" paragraph forbidding
dnuciui; and cards. Dr. Edwin Locke
is leading the conservatives in opio
sition to the innovation.
The conference today took the fut
ballot on the new bishops. More
than 130 candidates are in the contest.
No nomination speeches were made
and the candidates for the bishopric
will not be known until the poll is
completed. It began at ten o'clock
today. A two-thirds vote, 530 dele
gates, is required to elect.
J ted Box Park Dedicated
BOSTON, Mass., May 15. Fon
wy Park, tho now bomo of tho Bos
ton American league busobull club,
was formally dedicated this after
noon with tho Inltlul game of tho
season botweca tho homo team and
tho Chicago White Sox. Tho pres
ouco of tho governor of Massachus
etts nud the mayor of Boston, to
gether with a band, flag-raising and
other Accompaniments, udded to tho
brilliance of tho occasion.
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'Star Spangled Banner.' I cannot
sing well and at every false note I
was struck in the face. I was knock
ed down several times while I was
trying to sing. Then they made me
"My own cane was used, too, as
uu instrument of torture. Being un
usually strong, I was able to stand
what they did, even when my intes
tines were lacerated by one of their
"After amusing themselves for half
an hour, the men ran about me n
pairs in u circle. The whole thing
was turned into a sort of game for
them. One man. whom I am certain
is a San Diego detective, placed his
face against mine and 'creamed that
he and his friends were business men,
doctors and lawyers, but that now
thoy were thugs. Then they made me
run gauntlet. They beat me with
'billies' as I ran through tho lines they
Smeared Over With J'lltli.
"Just before they put the hot tar
on my body, their torture became ter
rible, Each man would come forward
and ask me a question. If the an
swer did not please him I was struck
in the face. Einally I was thrown to
the ground and smeared with filth. A
small American flag was stuck down
my throat until I was almost stran
gled. While feome of the men held
me others stuck desert thorns into
"Then they drew aside dud' dis
cussed whether thev would permit me
to keep my sight. I don't know whe
ther this talk was burlesque or not,
but I surely believed then that they
were going to put out my eyes. At
last they decided that they would
paps that up for the present.
Branded With I'igurs.
"Just before the tur was applied
they held me nud burned my buck
with red hot cigars. Then while I
lay there they pastered on the tar
and covered it with cactus and desert
grass. I was then stoned into tho
desert, tho men following we until
thoy were tired of it all.- After walk
ing u long distance I reached Kumar
do naked, and bought jhe overalls
and jumper I wore into Los Angeles."
Iteitinan was asked if he would at
tempt to prosecute tho alleged ab
ductors, lie replied:
"What can I do? We havo ap
pealed in vain to the governor in oth
or matters. There is little hope here."
Iteilmau stated that after the tur
had been applied, the vigilantes plac
ed his money, watch and letters in
his vest pocket, with his railroad
ticket and tossed tho garment to him.
It was with this money that he pur
chased clothing at Bareiido. Ho ex
hibited the vest today, bespattered
LOUISVILLE, K'y., Alnv 111. With
delegations present from all the Pres
byteries of the north, east and west,
representing about 1,100,000 com
municants, the l'-'lth annual general
assembly of thu Presbyterian church
opened hero today. It is expected
that the assembly, which is the first
to be held south of the Ohio river,
will continue for a month.
Among the most itnxrtnnt ques
tions to come up is a plan to estab
lish a $10,000,000 fund to pension re
tired ministers and the selection of a
new moderator. Among those prom
inently mention for the office nro
the Rev. Mark Mathews of Seattle;
Rev. J. R. McClure of Chicago, and
tlie Rev. Frank Sliced of Pittsburg.
TO FORCE I. W. W. TO
CARRY AMERICAN FLAG
If there are any good looking young
ranchmen, single, in the Rogue River
vallov who wish a male hero is his
chance. Apply to Ralph Woodford,
assistant postmaster, for particulate.
Mr. Woodford is in receipt of the
tallowing letter from a tair young girl
of Chicago. He will supply thu name
and address if ou are in earnest.
Hero is tho letter:
"Please excuse mo for taking the
liberty of Writing to you but do you
know of iv iroiid honest ranchman,
good looking, who would want to cor
respond with a Chicago woman who
would appreciate n good man. You
know this is leap year. I am a young
woman who would do unvthing for ,i
good man and raticli life is my ideal.
"Hoping you will send mo an ad
dress real soon, am, Yours truly,
Swamp Land Notice.
Acting under Instructions from
Governor West, all tho swnmp land
belonging to Iho State of Oregon will
bo selected as soon ns possible.
Any ono having Information re
garding tho location or condition of
such land will kindly confer with
me. such Information will bo of
ranch valtio to tho land, department.
T. A. RINEHART.
tf stato Land Agent
SPOKANE. Wn., May 10. In an
swer to a request of the G. A. R. to
stop all demonstrations "opposing
the government," Commissioner of
Finance Robert Fairley, today has
proposed to the city council resolu
tions incorporating measures prohib-
tins the carrying of a red flag in a
public street parade, prohibiting the
L W. W.'s from holding street meet
ings and requiring all street proces
sions to be headed by an American
flag twice as large as any other in
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notlco Is hereby given that tho
County Court and County Commis
sioners of Jackson county, Oregon,
will on the 4th day of June, 1912, at
10:30 a. m. at tho courthouse at
Jacksonville, Oregon, receive bids on
a reinforced concrete or steel brldgo
over Bear creek In city of Mcdford,
In said county and state.
Complete plans and specifications
for same are on file in tho office of
tho county clerk in tho courthouse
A bond satisfactory to tho County
Court will be required from tho suc
cessful bidder In tho full amount of
his bid as a guarantco of a faithful
performance of tho contract.
A certified check in 10 per cent of
the amount of tho bid must accom
pany each proposal.
A "proposal of surety" which Is
preliminary to filing bond In full
amount of contract, must also be
submitted with bid.
Tho County Court and County
Commissioners of Jackson county,
Oregon, reserve tho right to reject
any or all bids.
Dated May 11th, 1912.
J. R. NEIL, County Judgo.
J. 1 BROWN,
In the Circuit Court of the Stato of
Oregon, for the County of Jackson.
Andrew Hcarn, Elmer O. Coleman,
and Lillian M. Coleman, husband
and wife, and 11. 1. Thelss, plaintiffs,
Lilly Blnckwood, unknown heirs of
John Asplnwall, unknown heirs of
Joseph Ingrahnm, unknown helm of
Alexander Patterson, also all other
persons or parties unknown claiming
any right, title, estate, lien or Inter
est In the real estate described In the
complaint herein, defendants.
To tho unknown heirs of John
Asplnwall, unknown heirs of Joseph
tngrahani. unknown heirs of Alex
ander Pattorson, also all other per
sons or parties unknown claiming
any right, tltlo estate, lien or Inter
est In the real estate described In
the complaint herein:
In tho name of the State of Oregon
you and each of you are hereby re
quired to appear In the above en
titled court and answer tho com
plaint now on file therein against
you In the above entitled causo with
in six weeks from tho date of tho
tlrst publication. qf this summons, or
If this summons .shall" 'tic served
upon you without, tho state of Ore
gon then within six weeks from the
date of such service. And you will
tnke notlco that if you fall to appear
and answer said complaint an afore
said plaintiffs will take Judgment
ugalnst you as prayed for In said
complaint a succinct statement of
which" is as follews: For a decree
of the court decreeing that the said
plaintiffs arc the owners of tho fol
lowing described premises situated
In the County of Jackson, State of
Lot four (4) in block ono (1) and
lot ono (1) In block two (2) of the
Village of Phoenix as laid down on
tho Samuel Colver plat of said vil
lage now on fllo In tho office of tho
County Recorder for said county.
And that tho defendants nor any
of them have uny estate or Interest
whatever In or to said land or pre
mises, and also that said defendant
and each of them bo forever barred
from asserting any claim whatovor
In or to said laud or premises ad
verse to the plaintiffs and for such
other and further relief ns tho court
shall doom Just and equitable.
This summons Is published in ac
cordance with an ordor of tho Hon
orable F. M. Calkins, Judgo of the
above entitled court, which order
bears date May 15, 1912.
Date of first publication of this
summons Is May 16, 1912.
NKFF & MEALEY,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Postofflco
Building, Medford, Oregon.
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