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MBDJTORD, Oltl0nOiVWKF)NKSI)A V, .MAY 29, 11)12.
IN NEW JERSEY
Solid Drlciinliun Promised Former
President Who Sweeps State With
20,000 Plurality, Lcaillnn Tail 3 to
I In Country Districts.
Wilson Carries Ten out of Twelve
Districts, the nemalulii Two Delnn
Controlled liy Doss Smith.
NF.WAKK, N. .1.. May 211. Prnc.
tioully onmplolo ii'luiiiH from jimlcr
diiy'a primary election nIiow llntl Col
onel linoMcvelt Iiiih curried oery Hm
Iricl in I lit Ml ii I n unit a onmfnituhlo
lilunililv exeepi in (In i district,
wlimo iin plurality i Jill). 'I'Iiik
IIH'llllft lllllt tilt' I'lllllliT lll'NitiMl will
got a wiliil delegation from New Jer
mty. Ilirt ilnnililv ill exceed
Colonel Hooiovult hwi'pi tin' eilic
of Jorwov City, N'ewnik, I'ntontmi, At
lunlin City, Orange. Montelnir, liiiv-
01111'', Cnpo May ami llucliouiick. In
Iho rural dmlricl ho led 'r-iItt
Taf liy .'I to I, ami in Ihocilion 2 to I.
Senator l,nFulcllo mnilo a poor
moo, fuiliiig to carry a niajjli'i-ily or
On lite Ih'iiiiirnilii' h! l (to(rnor
U'ilfMin carried ten of tint twelve eon
guxwiioiiitl ilixlriclf, llin ii'iiiMininu
two lii'iaif 'oiitiollii liv former Sen
ator Smith, who i liowtilo to WiUon'
WINoii I- Mi-llulil.il
''I never ilnnlili'il Ilic rcul, lint I
fool delighted Unit t lift Democrat (,
Now Joixtv hacked mo mo gouoioiinlv.
Now Jersey in now pcrmuiiciitly on
lolled atiioni; I lie prugtcMiaivit NtntoH. '
Willi lheo uonln, (lowttitor Wood
iuw WJImiii hummed up his opinion
of tho Democratic slate primary iimiii
lug nriivnl at tint Mato house hero
President Says He Has 579, hut
Roosevelt Fliires It 105 Teddy's
Maiiajjcrs Claim 5G7 With 539 Nec
essary to Name Candidate.
No One In Democratic Ranks Has Ma
jority as Yet. and Clark Shy of
WAHIII.W.TON, May 2D. -Tho fol
lowing i'IiiIiiiii with made liiiro today
liy campaign iimnngor of llio oantll
ildtoK In tin riiiu for llio pruHlduiitlul
no mt ii;i t Ioiih :
llologiitoH III convention 1078.
NociMMiiiry to irtioleo U3'J.
Clalini'il for Tafl r7t.
Claimed for ltonn6volt riii7.
Coiiri'di'il In IIoohovoII liy Tad
inaniiKorH 1 2-.
Coiicniloil to Tafl liy HooMovolt
Instructed for I .a Follotln 30.
Iimtruetod for Cummins 10.
Tafl delegates conlmdi'il IS'.'.
Itonrtovolt dolitguton contested
Commander of Rescue Ship Flees fo
Cahln When Society Women At
tempt to Lionize Him Medals Pre
sented to Crew.
Afraid of Delnn Hohsonlzcd Valiant
Captain Runs Away hut Is Cap
tured and Given Tokens of Esteem.
Delegates In coiivhiiIIiiii 10',1'J.
N'iM'owKiry l(i nonilnalo 72N.
Claim. til for Clark I.I I.
claimed for wiihiin :ir.:i.
Conceded to Chirk liy Wilson mini'
Conroiloil to WIImoii liy C'lnrlc man
ClaltiK'tl for Harmon 17.
Cliilmcil for Ciiilorwond S'J.
Clalmoil for Murnliall :I0.
Iimtrucl.'il for Iohk ;i0.
IiibIi iirtril (or llalilwln 1 1.
liihlriiilcil for llniko 10.
I'tilnnt I nrtoil ilHi'KtitoH I--.
It't.isi'ii'll Wrarn t.'rln
OVSTHR HAY. N. Y.. May lilt.
Colonel Mipvilt wore an iiniiimllv
emiiMii Kiin lieie loilay. Ifefctrii.k
In the oiileomo of llin New .loreoy
pi unary he tuiiil:
"I Iiiimi notlihitf nioie to Nay. I
lielieMi I have nniil pntvioiixly all I lint
eonlil lie Mtiiil no."
Tim fonnor piimiilent tiirnetl Ioh at
tention today to the incmlierx of the
nalional eiimmillee. with lh intention
of Meeniini; control of the teinpuraiv
oi'caination of the Chicago conven-lion.
BY .74 OF AN
In Mplle of III niniHiial heavy rain
fall HiIh Mpiini; llin normal precipita
tion Mince Hnjilemlior 1 Ih fi 7i Hhort,
Hliico Keptomlier 1ml lli.Sfi IiicIich
of lain Iiiih limm (ixierhniccil, the nor
mill for that pmloil helnt; -0.(11.
In April llin inlnfall wati nearly
flvn liichiw ahovo normal for thai
nnintli. Normiil for May linn alieady
liirim hm'ikiiIimI hy ,7 t of an Inch ami
th In amount will piohahly ho Inerima
ml iih rain In inoillcli'il for tonight anil
tomorrow, Tim nonnal for May In
1.7'.! ami Mid prnctpliatioii tliltt month
him limiii L. lit,
Uatlmr a hmivy rain wiih experluno
ml (lining tlio uaily hoiirn today, .Till
of an Inch fallliur.
Onilmi'illutn nro worrying to hoiihj
extent m to tlio effect tlio rain of tho
day Iiiih had on their flprnyliiu. Pro
feBHor O'Oam bh, howovor, that
theio Ih no cuimo for alarm,
I'lKlfUi:, S l).,Mii 'Jll. Confident
that he Iiiim a chance of caplminu
the hliile'H ten ilelixatcs to the na
tional convention, Senator l.aKollcttc
in hi Smith J)akota today to tour the
hIiiIc. Tim piimariei will he held
inwl Tiie-duy. l.al'ollette will hpciik
at Ahcrdccii tonight.
NICW VOItK, May Hit. Never
known to flinch In tho face of tho
Kravcsl iliisiK'tr, Caplaln A. II. Hoh
Iron, cotnmamlur of tho Carpathla,
the vewiel which unveil moro than Ji(H)
p;iHHitm;oin ami inemliorH of the crew
from death In tho Titanic Htammered,
hirncd red In tho face ami then fled
tl IiIh cahln when a liovy of noclcty
women, Mirvlvorn of tho illynsUir, to
day koiiiI to llonl.e him.
Ah tho Hlnainer docked loilay Cap
tain ItoHtron who Ktood on the bridge
wiih tomlerod an ovation hy a crowd
of xevoral thotmntxl pernoiiK. Ah hooii
an the piiMnciif.crH had lamlod a coin
mltleo of Titanic Hiirvlvorn, headed
hy Mr. .1. .1. Urown of Denver, hoard
imI tho vchxcI. ApproiirhliiK Captain
ItoHtron who Htood on tho bridge,
Mth. Ilrown Hald:
"Yon dour man, I think yon are
the Kroatol man In tho world."
"Lookout, Cap!" a member of tho
crow broke In, "or you'll be Ilobson
Ireil." Tho Carpnthla'H captain bliiHhod.
utaiiiinercil hoiiicIIiIiik about doliiK
only IiIh duty ami walked hurriedly
away toward IiIh cabin. Tho women
wore not to be denied, howovor, null
ovorhaiilliiK Captain UoHtron. Inform
ed hi m that the coinmlltoo wanted to
present him with a lovlnc cup and bin
crew wllh lironz medals.
Tho Carpnthla'H crow wnH tmiHtercd
at 10;. 10 o'clock. The IovIiir cup kIv
eu Captain Hohtrou waH n yard IiIkIi,
of haiumcrcd diver and appropriately
I liner I bod. The medals preHcnted to
tho rrow hIiowci! the Carpathla In tho
act of npprotichiui; the Tltaulu's life
iii I I I f i
HUNOKS AKli liVliN.
-Mv Ion EUnM.
County Court Petitioned to Request
City Authorities to Tell What They
Have Done With Road Fund Paid
Into City Treasury for Highways
Taxpayers Want to'KnoW What Has
. . ... -
Bien Done With the Tax Money
Amotwtinfl 1rr Nearly $30,000
OHIO VOTERS TO VOTE
UPON EQUAL SUFFRAGE
COHMIICS, Ohio, Muv 'Jl. Tluil
the nci of the state of Ohio uill
him lie kimmi un opportunity to vote
on the uomaii KiiffniKc ipicxtinu min
made certain loilay liv the couli
tiitioual eouciilion, which udoplcd
the eipml siiffrne oIiiiino by n vole
of 7 1 to :I7. Il is provided Ihul Ihe
clause shall he submitted ut u rcu
Inr ulactioii anil not us it separate
PRINCESS AND PRINCE
INJURED; AUTO WRECK
VIKNNA, May 2!). l'riueo Knrl
ami Princess Kliznlu'tli were prob
nill.V injured nnd Crown l'riueo Ker
diiiaml of Koiimuuiu- received slight
injuries when an aiitomohilo in which
llicv were riding eolliilin with an
ov-eiirt toiluy, aci'onliii to tele
Kiaphio nihices receixed hero today
Iroiu Mueliaicst. The uutomohile was
EIGHTEEN VICTIMS OF
VILLA KKAIi. Siuiiii, Mny 20. -Kihteen
victims of (he fire in u niov
iiiL' picture I hen I re hero, in which 10.1
lives are helieved o huo licen lost,
iTiiinincil uniudeiitified loilay heiu
victims died hi the hospitals today.
WILSON IK CONTROL
OF MINNESOTA US
ST. PAUL, Minn., Mny a, Ho
turiiH today ahow that Woodrow WIN
hoii wiih oudorHod at a majority of tho
county (toiuncratlo couvontloiiH hold
In MlnncHolii. Champ Clark curried
tho fourth dlHtrlct wltli three hoIIiI
delcKiitloiiH, but If tho unit rule Ih
adopled at Hiilntli, iih now hooiiih pro
Inihlo, all of MlnnoBotii'H twonty-four
doleKiitcH will ko to tho llnltliumo
convention Itintructed for WUsou,
Annlcni ami flKliermen of tho
Kokuo It Ivor valley are much lutor
cnted In (ho nttltudo of tho attorney
i;mtoral In coiiHtruliiK u cIokuiI river
Into on open ono and thereby nunc
tlouliiK tho Halo of tmlmnii cniiKht
with v and line.
A mciitlni; of tho (IhIi iiHHoclatlou
ban been culled al lluuiphroy'H kuh
Hloro for tinilKlit to tako action upon
a reipuiHt from tho kiiiuo coiiiiiiIhhIoh
cih iihUIiik a tent ciiho bo broiiKht lio
foro .IikIku CalkliiH to detorinlno who
thero llio attornoy Kiioml Ih rljUit
now or wiih rlifht a year hko.
An oNteiiHlvo flwIihiK outfit Ih IioIiik
oHtnhllHhoil at tho mouth of tho rlvor
to pack and Hhlp flnh caiu;ht "with
rod and lino" and n vpooily iloclHlon
will bo necoHBiiry to onnblo propor
On March i, 10U, Attornoy Gon
oral Crawford rondorod tho rollowliiK
(IocIhIoii cnnooniliiK tho milo of flHh
caimht In Hokiio rlver:
"Tho Inlt hit I vo act iiinkos u con
tliiiial cloned HoiiHon on tho Houe,
oxcopt with hook and lino. Houho
lllll IS I, Suction 1, million It unlawful
at any tlnio to hoII atool lunula or
trout. SvcUon 'i mtiKoa H unlawful
diirliiK tho cloned hciiroii to hoII hiiI
liiiiii other than steel hernia, and there
belni: (i continual cloned HeiiBon, It Is
theroforo unlawful to mill hiicIi sal
mon, other than uteol lieadH, al any
time, although lawful to tako tliom
with hook ami Hue. There Ih no open
hoiihou, theroforo such milmon cannot
ho Hold for want or an open floamm,"
On May SI, 111 12, Attornoy donoral
Crawford turned turtle In tho follow
ing opinion to tho flnh mid kiiiuo com
iuIshIoh: "Ou .March 0, t!Ml, I hold that
there wiih a continual closed neufion
for tho Halo of Hiilmou in tho Hoguo
rlvor. I nnr hIiico convlncod that I
wont too far In that opinion and do
Hire to modify It iih follews: No sal
nion of any kind can' bo sold, biirterod
or nxohaiiKod, or hold In possession
for tho piirpoao of salo, or to ahlp or
transport, etc, for thopurposo of
milo, taken from tho watoiB of tho
HoKiio rlvor or Ittt trlbuturloH durliiK
any cUmod porlod on Hiild river, ox
copt with !iook and lino, Thoroforo I
wish to modify my fonnor opinion to
tho extent that mUnion, oxcopt stool
lioadB, cniiKht lu Hokuo rlvor hy hook
and lino may bo sold lu open nuirkot,"
Tulophono polos Instonil of nows
papera nro iho choice of tho voters
of tho city of Meilford for tho dlwoni
Itintloii of knowloiiKo rogardiiiB city
affairs. Hy a votoof,30i) to 2fiC tho
voters ou Tuobday passed an ninciid
nient to tho clt charter which limits
tho number of publications required
by ordinances and does away with
tho publication of many notices and
ordinances, providing Inatoail their
PohUiik ou various telephone poles
throughout the city. Tho success of
tho measure is due to tho clover
wording upon tho ballot engineered
by Porter J. Neff, which confused
voters nml tho efforts of Coiincllinou
Mitchell nml Kmerlck who, "soro" on
tho nowspnpers, spout tlio entlro day
Tuesday electioneering nt tho polls.
Other councllnien assisted ut tho
polls, as did Street Commissioner
Hakor and City Hecoider Klmor l'oss,
but to Mitchell ami Kinerlck go the
pronilor honois. Tho brldgo bonds
carried by an overwhelming voto of
llfi to 8t, a majority of 33R.
Klectlon day tactics on tho part of
Koff, Mitchell and llmorlck and tho
administration machiiio entirely dis
proved statements Hint tlio .matter
was brought about In tlio interests of
economy nnd showed their unlmus In
tho mutter. Mitchell wiih tho hard
est worker at the polls of (ho threo
and did not slop electioneering In
front of tho polls until thoy closed.
ThlB accounts In a prcAt degroo for
the majority of -Hi returned Tor tho
measure lu Mitchell's ward.
Tho voto by wards was as follews:
Print lug Measure.
Yes IIS 10S
No 72 105
Yes ll!7 1 0.8
No 21 31
CIHni'AIIl'A, Mexico, May 29. -
iiii nan ineir iirmy nireiutv eoneen
tratcd in the mountains near Bach
iinba ami the mobilization of the re
mainder proceeding rapidly, tho reb
els are preparing for an impending
eugngouiont with the federals near
hure. (Jeneral Orozco is directing
the inohilizution in person.
The federiils nro repairing bridges
north of .limine?: nnd are also getting
rendv for a decisive battle when the
rebels 001110 down from their moun
tain ret rents. As a result of those
operations through traffic has been
stopped temporarily on tho Mo.xico
Northwestern railroad nml most of
llio mines in the Sunln Ysnbol district
will be closed until the end of the
JAP POPULATION GAINS
AT RATE OF 1,500 YEARLY
WASHINGTON', Mny .-Declaring
that the Japanese population of
llio I'nitcd States is increasing at the
rate of 1,."00 11 year, Representative
Knkor of California urged the house
immigration committee to report fa
vorably 011 his bill excluding Asiatic
laborers. Last year Kaker assorted,
.'1,071 Japanese were admit toil and
but li'J:tr of this number returned
PHOENIX. Ariz., May 29 Arizona
democrats are votjng today In their
first presidential primary election.
Tho Btato has been divided Into six
districts by the stato central com
mlttco and delegates to tho democra
tic convontlon aro being chosen In
At tho same time tho voters aro ex
pressing their presidential preference.
Sponsors of tho delegate receiving tho
highest preferential voto will namo
tho state's four delegates at largo.
Clark men, during tho early voting,
claimed n landslide for the spenker,
uson supporters refused to lssuo a
WILBUR WRIGHT RALLIES
IS SLIGHTLY IMPROVED
DAYTON, Ohio, May L0. Wilbur
Wright, famous aviator nnd inventor
of aeroplanes, critically ill at his
homo hero with typhoid fever, was
reported slightly improved today.
Dr. Coukliu issued Ihe following bul
letin. "Wright's fever romaiiioil high last
night but there is little improvement
this morning. However, it seems
improbable that the patient will sur
vive many hours unless there is .1
pronounced change for tlio heller,"
NASIIVILK, Teaa., May 29.-
Tho biggest gathering of rop rosen ta
il vos of tho hiirdwaro trado ovor ns
soniblod In this country began In
Nashvlllo today and Will contlnuo
through tho greater jmrt of tho wwK,
FRANKEIN TELES OF BRIBE GIVING
... r . .. (
J. S.' Howard in circulating n peti
tion asking tho county court to re
quire, jk. report from Hie Mc'dford cily
counoil.rcpnrdhrg tho expenditure o
funds' derived by taxution from tlio
Medford rond district for road pur-p-cts.,
Hori.s'fcecilrjng' a largo number
ofsigna'ture.s'- to" the petition which
will bo presented to the court at its
next meeting., Jfjic. toxV of the pett
tiorCfo1uiw:V ; -V
.s "V : tmiium
"To the Honorable County Com
missioners' Court for J&pkrion Couti
ty, Oregen: We, tlio'iindereigiicd tax
payers residing in Iho city of Med
ford and Medford rond dis,tric$ com
prising four sections, viz., 19 nnd
30 in township 37 south, range 1 west,
nml sections 24 nnd 25 in township
37 south, range 2 west, do hereby
ask that your honorable body rcquiro
a rciwrt from the same road district
of the condition of that portion of
the county road tax fund paid to tho
Mcford city treasurer, tho custodian
of said fund, nnd a report of tho
street commissioner cx-offieio super
visor of said road district, requiring
a statement with vouchers showing
bow much of snid fund has been used
and how much of tho said fund
romains for tho .years . 1Q10, .1011
land 1912. Tho sum being paid J10
I. :.. 1 1 !.. ....:.i r 1 t.-;....
in-surer in uusi- lur sum miiu uviu
"Total of .29,839.34.)
"Now, wo your petitioners do here
by affirm that there is no separato
fund of that kind kept by tho city
trensurer; that all of said fund has
been used for other purposes than
for county roads. Further, that as tho
county commissioners' court require
other road districts to report the con
dition of the funds assigned them;
that it is no moro thtiu fair that tho
same be required of the Medford
road district nnd that wo, tho tax
payers who have puid tho tax re
quired for the improvement of tho
county roads in said district should
be fully informed as to its condition
nnd that the city treasurer and street
commissioner, ex-officio supervisor
for said road district, bo required lo
account for said county road district
fund, nnd petitioners will over pray.'
fund, nnd your petitioners will ever
I.OS ANC1KLES, Oil., .May 20.
Hccntuso of the death of a member of
the family of Attorney Horace Appol,
ussociute counsel for tho defense, it
wiis decided that tho trial of Claronco
Harrow will bo adjourned al noon to
day and that tho ease will go over
until Friday morning.
licit II, Frankliii, self-confessed
bribe giver nnd principal witness for
tho prosecution, continued his story
today of alleged jury tuniporing in
tho McNainiira case.
Tho dolVnso protested vigorously
to the introduction of a deposit slip
showing that Franklin deposited in a
locul bank tho sum of .$1,000. which
ho testified ho received from Darrow
for the alleged purpose of jury tam
pering. Judge Ilutlon ruled in favor of the
prosecution and Franklin's check for
.fri 1)0 was then oxhibited, in an at
tempt to show that tho detective drew
part of tho money and the inouoy
paid Juror Jbiiu was the sumo given
lo Franklin by Darrow.
Franklin then proceeded with his
story of tho bribery of Hnhi,
PICK IHE WINNERS
Mrs. K. S. Parsons, president of
tho Greater Medford Club, today an
nounced the personnel of tho com
mittee chosen by the club to view the
school gardens in tho city and judge
tho various products grown by tho
children for an award of prizes. Tho
committee of judges is: Prof. P. J,
O'Guru, chiiiruian; C. I. Hutchison,
J. E. Watt, K. W. Kuhl and liarry II.
Radishes aro now ready to uo
judged by the committee. Tho judgea
wilhneo t from tiuio to time to pass
on tho various vegetables and flowers
as they approach their fullest (level-opment.
LONDON. May 20. Pliytioiuwt at
tending Qeueral Month, head of tho
Salvation Army, admitted horn to
night that ho had gonu hopoletody
blind. It is not believed that Iho
operation porl'ormcd recently on Gun
em! Hooth's oyoa for tho removal of
cataracts would prove succcHnful.