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irEDFOT?p mttl tribune, MEPFOTm qrecion. Saturday, October o, 1012.
USE FLU F
LONDON, Oct, f. The horrors of
convict llfo In Ilnasta under tho pros
ont prisons administrations are
HtrlkltiKlj' depleted today In nn ar
ticle In tho current number of "Dark
. Commenting on th recent official
report admitting a lnrgu Increase In
lliri number of suicides reported
among prisoners and tho spread of
1 Ison so due to bad or insufficient
food, the journal cites numerous In
stances of pecularly inhuman treat
ment that liavo been brought to Its
attention from what It asserts are.
At Tobolsk it Is said, llfo prisoners
are kept chained hand and foot and
tortures and floggings are an almost
As a punishment for making the
most Innocent requests, prisoners at
Kovnof have been beaten with keys,
stones and lead weights wrapped up
jtThe barred windows of the cells In
Nlcolalovak prison are guarded by
soldiers whp shoot tho inmates if
they venture to approach the grat
ings to get a glimpse of the sky or a
breath of fresh air.
At Moscow, twenty-five prisoners
who had complained of tho food
were kept naked for a week in a cold
damp cell and fed on bread and
LAW IN MM
CHICAGO, Oct. 5. Charged with
renting houses for immoral purposes,
Harrison Riley, millionaire president
of the Chicago Title and Trust com
pany and Juslln Bait, secretary of
the same concern, ns well as three
prominent church members, were
arrested today in the state prosecu
tion's vice crusade. The arrests
created a sensation.
Estrallta, a Spanish dancer, has
Just been engaged for the "Follies"
INDIANAPOLIS, Tn1., Oct. .V-
Whcn the trial of the fnrty-eight
members of the Inlenmtionnl Ami
cialion of Undue and Struelur.il
Ironworker, charged with illegally
transporting dynnmite, resumed
here today, Prosecutor John I). Mil
ler continued to outline the oharg
he evpcct In prove against the de
fendant. It is not certain that
Miller will conclude todnv.
Neforv Miller started speaking this
morning Judge Anderson cautioned
tho jury that Miller's statements
worn no' lo be considered n evidence
by them but (hey wen merely wlnit
the prosecutor hoped to prove. The
defense's statement, it was announc
ed will be brief.
Miller flntl.v charged thai 11. S.
Ilnckin, treasurer of the Ironworker
organization paid Orhe K. MeMnn
icnl $12j for each job. lie cliarved
that the union allowed $2."l! for the-.a
jobs by that Iloekin pocketed ihe
difference, ililler'.s arraignment of
Iloekin was particularly severe, lie
said that Iloekin sought to vnve him
self by furnishing incriminating evi
dence against In associates to fed
Miller rend letters purporting io
have been written by John J. McXn-
mnrn, referring to ''Iinlloon nice,"
and "aeronaut .stunt." Tho prose
cutor charged these referred to dyna
miting. Miller took up the dynnmitings at
tributed to the union men one by
one. He claimed that Ortie MeMnn
ign was n humniie man and cited
the Mount Vernon dynamiting to em
phasize hi point. There, he said,
McManignl intended to dynamite
derrick but that the watchman refus
ed to leave.
Mcifnnignl then nrranged, Miller
said, io set off explosives elsewhere
to attract the watchman's attention
and to prevent his injury. Then he
maintained. MoMnnienl rntnrneil nml
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FIRE DESTROYS WAREHOUSE
OF LOS AMQELES TIMES
LOS ANOELES, Oct. . Fire this
afternoon destroyed the warehouse
of the Times-Mirror Publishing com
pany, the holding company of the I.os
TO BE DEMANDED
ST. PKTEKSIlUlta, Oct. B. Vig
orous efforts will hn mndn.by oppo
sition lenders in I ho iluina, which Is
to moot In November ro secure the
enactment of a revised press law, ow
ing to the high handed manner In
which tho bureaucracy has been per
secuting tho llhoinl editors of. the
SeUurct of uowspapers and plants
and arrests of editors and writers.
hao steadily Increased In the past
few months, In most cases the al
leged offenses being of tho most triv
ial character. Uecently, the high
court tot St. Petersburg sentenred M.
Sutkovoy to a year's Imprisonment In
a fortress for republishing somo of
Tolstoi's writings. A woman Jour
nalist In Warsaw receled a like
prison sentence, for publishing an ar
ticle on political conditions In Fin
land. The editor of the Sara toll Lis
tok Is now undergoing trial for re
porting the domlcllnry searges and
arrests made last May in connection
with a suspected revolutionary plot,
on the ground that news of this kind
Is apt to stir up bad feeling among
the populace against the police.
Harou Meyendorf, who Is vice presi
dent of the Duma, today voiced the
opinion that these methods, Instead
of strengthening the government ns
is evidently their purpose, are grail
ually diminishing Its authority.
The I'rcdiytctinii church was oc
mipied lal Sunday, Sept. 'Jlllli, Mill!
for the first time since it has been
POHTI.ANl), Oct. X -Unequivocal enlarged and improved. A large
endorsement of u restricted district audience win out at both Ihe morning
us the -means f snluug the social nnd evening nerviees. Tic people of
ivti ; n.ifit i '..., i.. i. a ii. . . ... ... ..
evil in Portland 'wo made Itf the Uu, oitv n,j0m w,h ,5,,, ,ul0m, ,)f
Mullnoinnh county grand jury in its ,,' ,. . . ., , - tie , ...
..m.tt.i. ,...! i. i... mm .. i 'he church m the beautiful nudilor-
tunntlm report today. I lit grand .. , . . ... ..
jury went nn recoid, however, n ... ' ., - I, , ,
he.ug opposed to the sale of liquor ,I,,B 'W'ly o ll.o cl.uc, has
in such district. . b'''' '" ' ,,",,,,'"1i;.Jt T ,,W"K
,.i. t r ....:i ...: i... Msi,lt in iont iiliniil WO. New car-
.. ... ..; , , i pet has been put in the church, new
iv.iiut cuv dim cniiuiy CIlllMllves ..ii iii ii
also was embodied in Ihe grand jury's m"? "" W,,,,0J, "1,A"I,S"' " ',ln"
n,rt. The grand jury believes ,,.,ull '' 'he sdend.d,lpc oi-gan,
many existing culs in municipal nnd ;,,,0,!; ,0,t '"V riR' , lu- ll.r
county ten..nen-t may be nttribuled U,M hn "hX '" ' "' 'ml',1,,' 8,,m,,,';
to civil service. Thev believe n high- l,UV, 'r'" 1""t J"1 ,I,U '!"''' i",,
er gii.de .r public sdw.nl may be " h '- '" " 1
had if cxil senicc iule do not' oh- ihnv: ihi w,,0, ." !Hr" '. ,,wl-v1 m'
jnj , pcred, and new lighting fixtures have
The ,,! jry. touching on (Jov I"'0" "ll in' n, '"'. ' '"'
omor West's campaign against xl..0 l,,,,,1 p' ,,y " '"r,"U',, M0W ,,,,l": !""
... i.,.. 1.....1 ,i....i.. ... .i... .....; stalled,
' " I'HIIV III'' "IH'I" IIIV . I ,1 I I I
nol n.posilOe.for the non-enforo,. '. very wny Ihe church is n de
ment of laws nr'the presence uf fnl- i1'"" . ,,"' '" tt,,r",'' . ' ,".V'
le women nud parage in Portland. 'V" : SU" T -7 '"'
The grand jury la the blame for '''";' March 21. I8HA with nine
..4..i;.r....i. .M...i.i.A... .-.. ii 'H'lubei-s. Hcv. elon F. Shields,
iii--ii(miiiij -num. i-ii in iiii'M' ir- 4i i . .
pocts... "higher oflicials" who ,m V . ' T T - ., . ' . '"
HOMK, Oct. n.Tho three AiniirN
cnu cardinals of the Cnthollo church
hnvo scut n Joint note lo tho pit
trlnr'uh of Mnlion relative to tho pro
seoutloiiH which It Is alleged, tho
I'ortutuiCHo Catholics are sufferliiK
under the enforcement of tho law
separating tho chinch from tho new
Thu letter according to the official
tiotleo received at the Vatican today,
declares tho persecutions have
aroused Intense Indignation among
tho eighteen million Catholics of the
United HtateH. It Is slguud by Cardi
nal Olbbons of llaltliuorp, Cardinal
Farley of Now York nnd Cardinal
O'Cunuolt of lloxtoiu
Prof. G. C. Beach
(iraduate of Odeon Conxervatoiy,
Prices rcnKouable, Violin kIvcii
with full con rue. Addrens Prof.
llenuh, enro Mali Tribune. MmiiiIo
lln and miliar,
YV. W. Pssher lias filed his intl
Hon as candidate for coroner on the
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Suffer Witb Worms
alleged to hnve interfered with the
tUllli'A llll.l vir.tv.ltttn.l lli.n. Tv..... ... I '
I""" r"'"'l iiiuii. .ill hi- i it,ll
!......!...- Ii...!- .!..!.. I .Hill,
ihiiiiiii; ui'-ir lllll.v.
YEAR FOR $15,0
4 YEARS FOR $100
SAN FKAXCISCO. Oct. 3. Tlml
old saying that n man who steals n
loaf of bread is a thief and the one
who steals n fortune is u financier
was given point in the courts here
today, demonstrating the disparities
of justice in California.
Frederick W Van Meter, former
cashier of the Mutual Benefit Life
Insurance company, convicted of em
bezzlement of $15,000 from the funds
of the company, was sentenced by
Judge Cubauisf, fo eighteen months in
San Quentin prison. An appeal for
probation was denied.
$200,000 OIL FIRE
1st, UK):! when there were IK)
crs. The membership now is
The Sunday school enrollment
The people of this church arc
proud of its history mid of its pres
ent attainment, nnd cordially invite
all who will to join with them in the
work of tho I.ord.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal Oct. T..
Flro which started at 6:30 this morn-1
lag In the plant of the Pacific Oil i
and Lead Works, hero necessitating
tho calling Into action of half tho
fire department of San Francisco aB
well as two flreboats and tho auxtl-.
llary high pressure system, caused a ' The $20,1)00 bond issue recently
loss of between 1150,000 and 1200,- voted by the citizens of Medford for
000. Thousands of tons of water the purport of paying the city'
was poured into the building. Tho share of the construction of the Pear
blaze was confined to tho plant. creek bridge, have been Hold nt :i
Forty workmen employed in tho premium to Well, Holh'it Company
manufacturing department mado of Chicago mid Cincinnati,
their escape but two woro Injured j Two other bidti were received, it
In Jumping from a second story win- premium being offered in ench cnnii,
dow. I These bonds were from John Nitvccu
& company and S. A. Kei;n & com-
A "Daby Mine" company Is on pany. JJolli f llue bidders now
tour, with Walter Jpnes featured.
hold other Medford bond issues.
Don't be angry with your child be
can bo hit or she Is continually Irri
table. In nlnety-nluo out of one
hundred cases you will find that the
trouble la worms.
Among thu common nymptoms of
the presence of round worms are unr
volumes, which often lends to epilep
tic form attacks; dlxzlunsM, vertigo,
capricious appetite, restless sleep.
Itching of the eyes and nose, nausea
and often hysteria. Pound worms
are sovoral Inches in length and In
fest tho stomach. Occasionally sev
eral hundred are, found In a single
person. Thread worms arc smaller,
often not long than n quarter of an
Inch. Tho symptoms denoting their
p rem) nee are about tho same, but
In this enso the child has no appetite.
Jiiyne'tt Tonic Vermifuge Is unsur
passed In removing worms. Not only
will It destroy them, but Its tonic
effects will restore tho stomach to
healthy activity. Ah Jayno's Tonic
Vermifuge seldom purges, tho Indica
tions of Its beneficial effects aIII be
tho Improved condition of tho person
Millions or parents have praised
this medicine for more than eighty
years, insist upon Jayne's Tonic
Vermifuge, and accept no other. Hold
by druggists everywhere. i)r, I).
Jayno ft Son, Phttndelphla, Pa.
Steam and Hot Water :-Heating
All Work Oiurmitwd
COFFEEN & PRICE
IS Mowrt Block, latrsno oa th ft
iHclflo aoai. Kcwa MS,
Wednesday, Oct. 9
I'hu Kojison'H biggest
WoodH & Olmlker's ''
U. 5. At
Dainty Sweot Pretty
An Extraordinary Cxtravaganta
of F.xtrnordlnary Events of Two
llomlsphentNt A Dramatic
Triumph of Veritable Merit, Pre
stinted by a Well Selected Company
Prlrrs ai.OO, 7A, HO and Itt crntn.
Meat Halo at IlNkklns.
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Barbecue and Political Roimd-Up
Jackson County Fair Grounds
TUESDAY, OCTOBER iftth
Barbecue Luncheon, 1 1 a. m. to 1 2:30 p. m. Political Round-up, 1 2:30 to 2:30 p. m.
Trotting, Pacing and Running Races, 2:30 p. m.
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ALL THE NATIONAL PARTIES HAVE BEEN INVITED to SEND SPEAK
ERS. PROM THE REPLIES ALREADY RECEIVED THIS DEBATE WILL
BE THE MOST EXCITING AND INTERESTING POLITICAL CONTEST
THAT HAS YET TAKEN PLACE IN THIS GREAT CAMPAIGN FOR THE
SEVERAL CANDIDATES FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR HAVE AC
CEPTED INVITATIONS TO BE PRESENT. YOU WILL BE SORRY IF YOU
MISS THIS BIG POLITICAL POWWOW.
ALL FOUR FLUSHERS ARE REQUESTED TO LEAVE THEIR GUNS AT
ALL THE LA FOLLETTE WILSONITES ARE REQUESTED TO BRING. ;
PLENTY OF GUM, SO AS NOT TO CHEW RAGS. ' "'
ALL THE G. O. P. VAMOOSITES ARE REQUESTED TO BRING TAR AND
FEATHERS. . v
ALL THE W. W. PEOPLE ARE REQUESTED TO BRING COLESTIN WA-
TER AS THE FAIR GROUND SUPPLY IS TOO WARM
ALL THE SINGLE IDEA FOLKS ARE REQUESTED TO BRING ALL THE
SOAP BOXES PORTLAND WILL SPARE SO AS TO HAVE PLENTY OF
FUEL FOR THE FIRE TO HEAT THE TAR AFTER THE G. O. P. SPEAKER
GETS THROUGH ROASTING TEDDY. WE WISH TO GIVE EVERYBODY
A FAIR AND SQUARE DEAL SO REQUEST EVERYONE TO COME AND
ENJOY YOURSELF BUT PLAY FAIR.