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Ma. 73; MIr. MK
Forly.ooni Yi-sr.
Dally Hpvnlh Vritr.
MEDFORD, OiWaON,WU)AV,0(TOPICIM, 1012.
NO. 107.
ROOSEVELT DEMANDS THAT PENROSE BE KICKED OUT OE SENATE AS ENEMY OE THE PEOPLE
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DENIAL MADE
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BV ROOSEVELT
Dull Moose Says There Is Only Hear
say Evidence Against Him Says
He Never Said Corporations Did
Not Contribute to Him,
Storkltlol Blackmail Denied Never
Seii'tW Standard Oil But Sent for
nny Other Trust Magnates.
WHAT TEDDY TOLD
THE CLAPP COMMITTEE
I'onnthti hluinli! Im) kicked
Otlt III' tlllt M'lllltl' II H till I'll
t-my to tin) people.
TIicmi'h "lily hearsay vi
drneo. ngulnsl mu the. quoted
word of men now dead.
I never asked Ilnrrimnn for
licit, lie nukrd me for niil in
the New York Mule, light.
I never sent for Standard
Oil mngiiutc Init (hero were
plenty of truxl ini'it I diil scud
fnr-Jlm Hill, for instniiec,
loliii I., Sullivan iiml lint
tlinu Ni'Immi culled to nee hid
ut the White limine. I think
il wan on public hllsIUCSM.
When my virtue gets so
weak thnt I cannot stand
uwidnliMror any onol-wi I'll
unit public jlfc.
.
WAMHNOTON, Oct. 4. TotUy
Ing today before tlm senate ml'
rommltlco which I Investigating cam.
pnlgn contribution hero Theodore
Itooxavelt, former president nml now
progressive preMdmtlnl candidate,
climaxed a sensational session by a
riitt dnmnnd of Senator llolsii Pen
rose of Pennsylvania hy expelled
frMn tho United Statin Hmnte ax nn
enemy to tho common kooiI.
"1 hold Penrose should ho thrown
out of tho iionatn," until Roosevelt,
hecnuso of liU own admissions before
thiii comtnl(tt- that ho advised John
I). Archbold to try to purchnso Im
munity fiom government prosocu-
lion.
WAIllM lVlllllHV OtlNtl'lI
"Arch hold testified thnt Cornollus
HtltiH, republican nnttoiiul treasurer
n!190t, tried to blackmail him. I
ilO'tiol hnlluVn It. Ax you huvo Bonn
li' my letters, as noon nn there won
ii rumor thnt Improper routrlhutloiiH
had beon mndo to tho ropuhllcun
cbiho I ordered thorn returned. I
hnd nusHUrnucoi from ltllss and
Cartalyoti thnt tora woro no such can
trlbutlotiH it ml Loob hnd tho nssur
nnoo by telephone thnt thn Stnndnrd
Oil Company hnd contributed noth
ing. "I'yiiroHO says, ho udvlsml Arch
(Continued on i'ugo !!)
BanIqUKNTTK, CiiI., 0t. -I.-Hi'iiIdihu'iI
lo hovcii yaan in prison
for I lio cmboxKU'inunl of largo nuiuh
from it olicnt'H o.stuto .InukHon lluleh
who twloo run for nupreino jiiHtiuo in
Cnjlifonilu, nrrlvcd horn today by
uiilomobllu to Ix'ulu Iuh liinu.
Hutch, ylio wiik nucomimnicil by
Jiiri wil'o, II, 1, Slaffoni, hit. nttnvmty
ami Non-in-law and Mrs. Stafford,
nml ftmmlcil by Shoriff A. l. Liuij,'
ford) wan takon from jail at San
ioHu al dnyllKlit lo avoid uttiiuitliif,'
a (irotydt '
Tho tiarly nrrivod boro al Ion
o'clnoH Ibia morning and aflur faro
wi'IIh wero Htiid I.auuford turnotl IiIh
piiHonot' ovof to Wnrilon Hoylo of Ibn
Nlato jifisou.
Ifutflh'H ciiBo Iiuh boon famoiiH in
Cnlll'oriiiii for yourn nml a luiij, bit
tor filit Iiuh boon nuulo to keep him
from a cull.
01
JACKSON HATCH IN
SANIENIPIH
BALKAN ALLIES
E
Bulgarians Marching Towards Adri
anoplc MQiitenegren Regiments
Invade Albania Where They Are
Welcomed by Christians.
Four Hundred Turks Said to Be Slain
in Engagement Near Jamboli
British Fleet Ordered to Levant.
PAWS. Ool. I.- Confirmation of
tin report (lint tin llulgiirimt nrmy
luiN invaded Turkish territory nml h
now murchhig toward Adriunnplc
wns received here thi iiflcrnnoii,
IIUDAPKST, (M. l.-TrlcKmiim
lion' (oilny friini (Vtliuii1, the cupitnl
of .Mouli'iii'Kro, Mty Hint Ihri'c Mini-
tHii'rin n-Kimi'iitrt iiiviulml Albiinui,
wlien tlll'V Wri Wl'll'OHH'll liv tin
ChrUlInn triliuHimm.
ATIIKNS, Oi-t. I fffMrlM mv
i'il Iiito toilny hiiv thnt n Turkixli pl.it
to munlcr (In-i'k rchliloulM of Allinuin
liux jiiht Iicpii unciivi'rril. ThntirfiiiioN
of OrcckH rchiiln in Allinuin.
IIKKI.IN'. Oit. I. l.'.ltlr crpildicc
wiin itlni'iM In nmrM of M-iioi
ficlitini; nlonir the Hiilknn froittiur
ctwet'ii JTurklli mxi'jiiuf " Huliir-'
inn nml Bun inn soldier hy diplo
iiiuIk licru toilny. ItcjiorlR rvroivcil
lirrp from Cnfl(titiutiilt deny tin
reported Turlto-Htilnitriim inKni;c
int'iit near Jnmholi in wliit'h '101)
Turk n ro xniil to huvo been killtil.
N'i'iHicr Imw I'onfirmnlinn been re
ceived of tin report thnt thirty Turks
were killed hy Servian troop in n
buttle n?nr Vrnnyii
LONDON', Oot. -I )8iiitiliti hero
today from'flibriiltnr nay the Hritinb
Mediterranean flout there Iiuh been
ordered lo proceed to the Levant.
Tint eruixer Weymouth departed im
medintely for Suda Hay.
TRY TO BLACKMAIL
PORTLAND BANKER
J0ltT&ANl), Oro., Oct. a. Jack
KlHhey mid Willlnm IIuho, pnrtnora
In a Miuall thimtrlcnl cuterprlnu, nro
In Jail hero todny (oIIowIiik thotr al
h'Ked nttompta to oxtort $7,000 from
Karl V. l.lvoly, n promluout Port
land hroluir throiiKh Informntlon
they claimed to porhcms thnt Lively
know morn about tho doath of Miss
Ornco Dow hero Inst July than ho
cared to have mndo public. Miss
Dow wan killed In an nutomohllo ac
cident, tho car holouglnK to Lively.
Tho dlHuloHurus roKnrdtni; thn mon
woro mndo to tho pollco by a re
porter, who atnted ho hnd boeu np
pronched by Klnboy to "nhnko down"
Lively, and If HUcci'Hftll thoy would
then dlvldo tho 7,000 botwoou
thorn. Huso toatlflod thnt ho hud
visited Llvely'a offlco with Klaboy on
ono omiHlon and IiIh partner hnd ae
cured $10 from tho bUHlncaa man
without apparent effort.
HEAVY BUYING OF
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NKW yOKK, Oft. 4.Hoivy buying
of Htook'H marked tho opening of to
duy'H slock markot here, general
niidn being recorded throughout tho
list. A ralso of Iwo ooourred in
Canadian Paoifiu whilo especial
Htrongtb wan sliown in AIcIiIhou, the
Ilammun and Hill issues, also cop
pers, hIcoI and fleuornl Kleelrio.
Among a few nominal deoliuoH al
tho opening woro Smutting and Road-
Jlonds woro Btendy,
Tho mnrkot closed weak.
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PRC&IDENT TAFT
The New York Herald' National
Political c'MiivnKt wits a great surpriw
to injur In the country. It It the
irrvatriU political iwll ever uudcrtnkcu,
caurd by the mixed condlllonn In the
country. The flcurcn show a drift to
the Dejiocracy JroogUout Jh tntlro
Utillfil Htatrn, a KretJt lot to too llf
puultcani and a treniendoan Procrta
live vote. Thin cauvAMt abows AVI No n
In the lead, with Hoosovelt aecotid, lo
nearly all of tho Statci polled. The
New York Ilcrald'a InventlKatlou
Iblrty-alx: days Uforo the election
demonstrates that the Deinocrata at
thU time nro united In nil sections, the
ProKrelrei flgbtlns occresslvely nnd
desperately and the Jtcpubllcans
apathetic. The Empire State In now
jwIokIiik toward Mr. Wilson; TennjyJ.
vanla It twine bitterly contcatcd, nnd
the Ualtimoro nomluee nlo lead in
New Jemey, Maryland, Delaware,
Went Virginia and In most of New'
KiiRland, besldei hnvlnj; the nolld
South. Sprctaeiilnr flshtu nre on In
liidbtna and Illinois, with Wilson lead
Injj In Indlanii nnd the Hull Mooscr a
closo second, whllo In Illinois the straw
hnllotK jslve Itooncvolt the lead. The
Northwext. whero tho sreat nrmy of
new voters. In Washington numbering
JOO.OOO. iniMtly women,, makes tho situ
ation tntcrcntlui. They nro rceurded
as friendly to the Third Termer.
After n personal iwll of moro than
iM.OVJ Yotcrs, the Democratic nominee
proves to be tho choice of 11,104, with,
the Progressive running second, with
7.M7. Tho ltepubllcaus flgnro third
with -1.784. A straw roto takon shows
only l,bOO for tho Socialist ticket.
The poll nlso shows that 4.1W) have
turned from Tuft to the Third Termer
IUDGE TAKEN OFF
BENCH AT TRIAL
PUT IN MIL
110L.TVILl.I-., Cal Oot. 4. -A. C
Lovolnud, proHldlng muglstrnto nt
tho "Hooatora" trial horo, wna ar
rested nnd taken from tho bench by
Chief or Pollco Dnn Southwell or
Imporlnl. Court wna ndjournod atuo
die. Lovolnnd la chnrgod with Is
suing a bogus check on tho First
Nntloanl Hank of Holtvlllo In tho
amount of $1,000.
Judgo Lovoland waa locked up in
the Imperial county Jail but wna Int
er roloasod on 1 1,000 ball,
Tho 'boosters" trial grow out ot
a raid on tho "lloostors' " elub sev
eral days ngo when Bovornl promluout
peoplo woro arroatod.
HARMON OFF FOR COAST
TO SELECT FAIR SITE
CHICAGO. Oct. !. (lovoriinr Har
mon of Ohio and bin Htaff today
passod through Chiougo on vouto to
pan rrntunscp to select a site lor tho
Ohio bUtMing at Ibo 1015 exposition.
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and 2,354 from Taft to Wilson. The Taft Is only -10. Tho Itepuhllean loss
chango from Bryan In 100S to the Hull from 1003 Is 5,007, and the Democratic
Moose Is only (178, and from Ilryau to'galii more than 2,000.
WATER RIGHTS OF
ADJUDICATION!
The state bomd of control now u
session in this city finished taking
testimony lut uiglilu tho mailer of
disputed water riglits on Andonon
creek. "
A decision was miiekly reacltcd in
Ibis ease, the board' giving O. A.
Morsothe water froin this creek for
irrigaling purposes for four days of
the week nnd to Hrophy and others
throe days.
Friday testimony wn taken loueii
iug upon the use of jyalor from Hear
creek by tho eity of Ashluml, the
Kaglo Jlills and the mill at Phoeuiw
Tlieso three nro tho 'contending prin
ciples thus fur but o'tbers may show
up Inter.
The witnesses from Ashland are
I?. I', Neil, J, S, Ilutlor. K. 1). Hriggs,
O. l- Hillings, Atlnnroy Moore, Wm.
Moyow, J. ,1. ami Kd hirphy nnd
A, W. Silsby.
Monjouako'a oporn 'llalkn.' vns
aung In ICspornnto at Vienna early
ASHLAND
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TURKEY GIVES UP
TROPOLI TO ITALY
TO SECURE PEACE
VIKNNA, Ool. -J. Despatches ro
eeived here toilny from Home and
Constantinople practically confirm
tho reports that Italy and Turkey
have signed a poneo pact.
LONDON, Out. 4. Dospito official
denials it seems certain today (hut
represent nth es of both Turkey and
Italy have signed a peace pact at
Ouuliy, Switzerland. A despatch re
ceived boro Ibis morning from Con
stantinople says that the Turkish
cabinet has accepted Italy's tonus
and thnt official announcement of a
settlement yill bo made soon.
By tho tonus of tho pact, Turkey
is to abandon claims of temporal
authority over Tripoli but is to ro-
lain spiritual authority oyer tho Alo
bnmmodaus, Italy also is to aid
Turkey to borrow n largo sum of
monoy, tho exact amount not being
mentioned.
'RflflOT OPATUIMP
tlflUO I OWl 1 1111111
Federal District Attorney Promises
Convictions to Each of Fir ty-Eight
Labor Leaders on Trial at Indian
apolis. Defendants Unconcerned But Wives
and Families Shudder at Accusa
tionsJurors to Be Kept Together
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Oct. 4.
Shaking -an accusing finger In the
face of each of the forty-eight do
fendanta in turn. United States Dis
trict Attorney John D. Miller today
promised conviction to members of
the International 'Afumrlatlon of
Bridge and Structural Ironworkers
on trial here for Illegally transport
ing dynamite. The arraignment
voiced by the government's prose
cutor was one of the most scathla
ever delivered In an Indianapolis
court room. Miller's accusations
were not general. Instead he singled
out the defendants one by one. and
boldly shouting their names, desig
nated the man, tho time and the
place, the alleged crimes were com-,
mltted. .. . ,...,
Defendant Unmoved
The most anxious persons in the
court room today wen tht wlyes.aad
Hiothers"or the acbilcscd. ' Mirar 'of
the ironworkers" women covered their
faces and shuddered as the prosecu
tor reeled off the charges -which be
said he would prove. Miller's ar
raignment, however, failed to move
tho defendants. They were appar
ently, the joast concerned persons In
the court room. They lolled abftut
unconcernedly in easy chairs while"
the prosecutor charged them with
crimes which, if proven, will send
them to jail with stiff sentences.
Malicious destruction of millions
ot dollars worth of property was
among the offenses mentioned.
Tells of Dynamiting
Miller devoted most of the day to
the dynamite destruction ot the Kan
sas City bridge and that of the court
house in Omaha. He flatly charged
that Jim MsNamara, Ortlo McManl
gal and II. S. Hockln were respon
sible, concealing the nttro-giycerlne
used In these jobs at Muncie. Ind.
Then he told ot dynamltings In
Cleveland. Cincinnati. Columbus,
Buffalo, Rochester, Boston, New
York. Hoboken, Peoria nnd Worces
ter, Mass., nnd elsewhere.
In each lnstanco he named the
man whom the government alleges
superintended thq job and tho men
who did the actual work.
Judge Anderson today ordered
that tho jurors be kept together.
Thla means that the twelve men will
bo virtual prisoners during the threo
mouths the trial Is expected to last.
Sleeping quarters tor tho jurors have
been provided In the federal building.
Rain Postpones Double-Header
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 4. Today's
double-header between Sacramento
and Vernon Const league? clubs was
postponed on account of rain.
ARRAIGNMENT
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WORKERS
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HUIINS, Oro., Oct. 4, "UIH" Han
ley, cattle king of Eastern Oregon
nnd ono of tho beet, known men In
tho Pacific northwest, today an
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AS A FEELER"
Wiscwisinite Tells InsWt, S4ry tf
Camftakjft Tells ef RmmwH's
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JfADISON, Wis., Oct. 4. RowuV
inj; pnblicntion of bi autobiography
which was interrupted last spring,
Senator Kobert M. Lk Pollette.'s
magazine today prints the first; of
five articles which nre designed t,o
round out his story and which deal ,
with the present national campaign
nnd the part he played in the early
stages of the progressive movement.
La Folletto planfl to (ell bin story
under (he following captiens:
1. Why I became a candidate for
president. ,
2. The true story of the campaign.
3. Why I continued as a candi
date. .
4. Booevelt never really a pro
gressive. . . i-" ,'' Jfa "
5. His record, . 2 .?
"Rooevelt," l!a Ffdlette says in
discussing the colonel record, "has
been wensly klil'aftaUlltf"
that on June '2f, ltt0 wh hT vWtf
ed Roosevelt t Oyster ffcty'tke ei
one! said of Taf't : llS6mvAtin Baan
USD ML
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5 mlM
S tar
Tfrr- A'A
makes a very good lieutenant btrf not
a verj- good captain." ' ,
"In the light pf subseqnent events'
Fays La 'Follette.'there oan be Utle
doubt that when Roosevelt left the
White House, he had 1916 'firmly in
his mind. He relumed from Africa
in find that many changes had taken
plnce, tho progressive movement be
found far fn advance of him, he
neither understood it, nor wan he in
sympathy with its manifest purposes
insofar ns he comprehended i&a
movement. He deliberated for a time
as to whether be would stand with
the administration, supporting Taft
for re-nominntion, or seek to identify
himself with tho progressives or
straddle. He straddled.
Stranded la 1910
"It left him awkwardly stranded
in the election of 1010. Ha ,hnled
to tuko nccount of stock. Events.
were rapidly transpiring. It was,
evident that the Taft administration,
wns losing ground day by day, The
congressional election in 1010 tprfc,
custed disaster for the republican
party in 1012. Roosevelt was .still"
looking to 1010. Roosevelt vas. stil
looking to 101G ami us tho political
situation developed in the following
year, in his noliticat philosophy;
which is always personal. Tnftls
renomination nnd defeat in 1012 fit
ted admirably into his plan. Then
came Ids tour in the spring of 1011.;
It fired bis blood, the music and'
cheers. Ho began to think of ,1012
for himself. It wns four years better
than 10115; and four years counts in,
(ho lifo of n man turned fifty-threur
(Continued on Vaee Three)
nounces the withdrawal of hla sup
port of President Taft and states he
wjti support dovernor Woodrow Wil
son, democratic presidential ea
nee. Hanley wus a Tatt presldMtlal
olector.
Hanley glvefl aa hla reawBf for re
fusing longer to align htwaett wjth
President Taft bis dlwrntUJeetlon with ,y
the president because of hi failure '
to bring about a downward revfeleH
of the tarirt and his hJIf that Tte
for Tuft la a vote fer Ceieael ee- ,
velt. He thinks the eentewt for
tlon to the preeldeney Ilea Between
Colonel Jtopsevelt a4 Oevernr '
WlUon, ;
Hanley says that pftfttej Bf,f6a
velt la ''too daNKerotw U be 'hUnt
to the, prwldenoy."
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