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MEDFORD, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1012.
NO. 171.
ELEVEN-INNING GAME AI BOSTON CALLED ON ACCOUNT OF DARKNESS WITH SCORE 0 TO 6
Si
I SCORE IN
DESPERATELY
FOUGHT GAME
Thrco Pitchers, Collins. Hall and Dc
illent Occupy Slab for Boston,
While Mntlicwson Pitches Entire
Eleven Innlnrjs for New York.
Score Tied In Elnith Innlnn nnil
, Atjaln In Tenth Neither Side
Scores In Eleventh.
(Ily Uranlland Hire)
FENWAY PARK, IIOHTON, Mass..
Oct, 0. Olio of llio most desperate
ly contested games of it world' nor
Ich ended here tills afternoon In a
Mo score when darkness forcml tho
cleiflm: of tlm second tout rut In din
uorld'n baseball series for tlm chum
)lmiitit between (lie Olonts mid (ho
Iter" Box.
Thrwi pllrtiirn Collltm. Hnll nnil
Hotllont occupied Hut Hint) In (urn
for tlm home (eft!!), while lliu veteran
Mattliownon Itoro the lirunt of eluven
Innings of desperate fighting, wind
Iiir up llio aftnrnoon'i. work by re
tiring IiIh lust threw opponents In or
lor.
(Jliiiilx Hlurt lUilly
Tlm (llnnlM got off badly, putting
.Ma(thnwou In u hold In Hut first inn
lug, when tlm Box piled up n throe
run lead.
wMnhl'rMiKM continued Jn front tin.
Hlo'olkiTdi IniiTiiK. when dm strain
proved too iniiuti for Collin mid (ho
(limit stick wluldurs forced In three
ruiiM, tool; tlm lead for (ho flmt (lino
mid no ut Col 1 1 n to (ho bench.
Tho veteran Matdiowson's victory
was shorMlvcd, however as n double
mid a single In dm Sox's linlf put
thorn on oven term again. The
ninth vn a blank for both sides,
hut In llio ton tli tho (llantn went Into
Hut load with n uinrKln of ono run,
which tho Box promptly duplicated
In their half.
CmII.nI After Eleventh
Neither scored In tho eleventh and
(hit umpire railed (ho rontcst mid
Coirtfiuinrt onpaKOY.j
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AGAIN FRE MAN
Mori Ctimmings arrested charged
with complicity in lh murder of
(loorgo Dodiisknlous, n (hook, wiih
discharged liy Justice of llio Peace
Taylor Tuesday nllornnon following
n lengthy honring. . I. Mouley de
fended Cummings 'mil hnd little d!f
fiouliy in frooiiisr his mini.
Miko Spiinot hound over for llio
munlor of UimIuhK-uIoiih wiih tint only
wituoHH iiKiiiiiHt ruiiiin!ii(s. On tho
Hluiid ii8 i-liiof wilncsH ho furtliur on
IniiKlod liiuiHcIf In cnuueotinii with
llio oriiiut nod told u story difforoiK
in Hovornl purtiotilui'H from tho 0110
ho luul previously told the officer.
Cummlui;ii proved mi nlihi by Iiih
wife. Tho oflirurn nro Kutisfied thnt
ho hnd nothing to do with tho criino
hut thut SpnnoH eudoitvorod to throw
tho lilnniu on him in uu ol'forl to froo
llilllHulf.
HAMMAND DESTROYS ALL
HUMBOLDT LABOR UNIONS
san niF.no, cm., rt. n. ncinr.
iut thnt A. H, Hiiiiunniid of the limn
iiioud Iditulior compnny Iiiih destroy
ed nil tho utiioiiH in Humboldt oounty
with tho o.xoflption of tho tuiilorn'
mid in (odny inlintor of nil llio 8,000
iinoi'KUiilKod men in tlm woods mid
' luiiilior mills of thut rcclou, J, 11.
Dulo, stnto oiKnnlzur of tho Kioto
1'Vdonitioii of Liihor is jiskiiiK tho
uiimiiil unuvoplioii lioro toiln.v to soud
n mini tlioio to piopiiro ho distriut
for u roiit hihor war which ho ro
Kinds iih inovltiibK'.
Dnlo I'lmi'Kiifl thnt Uammoiid pays
ns low us .fl.nO a day and oIiui'ko.s
hi;i fees hn' Iiuspilal norvioe, trans
portation mid ollior features of life
in thu hmibur trade.
BER
MIK
SAYS CRATER LAKE
18 LOCAL AFFAIR
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HELP PRESIDENT
WABIIINOTO.V, Oct. t -Clmrlnii
I', Tnft or Clnrlnnnttl, brother or
tho pritilihtnt, told tho nenntu cam
palxii rontrlhiitlont Investigating
rnmmlttvo this nftornooii about hi
Hiibicrlptloni to tho ropubllcati cam
paign In 1901, 1(108 mid 1012.
Taft tPNtlflod thnt ho contributed
Sir9,.139 to hl broOier's campaign
In 1(108, and. thnt ho had rIvoii 23l,
6t2 toward Prtdont Taft'H pre-con-ventlon
rnmpalRii .luxt ttprliiK. Four
yeamaicoho 8lrvh jmvn"ihe no
tlounl cominllteo, 3St,339, of which
$150,000 wah Inter returned by
Chairman Frank II. Hitchcock, now
poHt mator Konoral. ' t'hni. V. Ta(t
itald that In 1904 ho contributed $S,
000 to tho Itoomivolt fund, and that
In 1908 ho kxvo $(4,92(j to tho re
publican fight in Ohio.
Dan It. Manila, nun of tho late
Senator Mark A. Ilanna, wan tho next
wltnvxK. Hn nald ho k'vo 1 77,000
to Colonel KoohovuICr campaign thlx
year; $50,000 through progreBslvo
headquarters In New York, tho uama
amount through State Chairman
Drown of Ohio, and $77,000 oxclu-
Klvoly for tho Ohio campaign. Statu
Chairman Hrown of tho Ohio progres
siva committee, toHllflml that Ilanna
was tho only man who contributed
to tlm Ohio campaign.
Former Senator Fred T. Dubois,
who managed Speaker Clark's cam
paign tho next witness, swore that
tho contributions ho received aggro
gated $45,048.
William H. Hearst, Dubois fitld,
gave $8,500 and H. L, Dnhonoy of
California $2,500.
Frank Hawk Dies
Frank Hawk of Central Point who
gained considerable fame as an in
ventor died suddenly shortly after
noon today at Ids Central Point
home.
BROTHER
MS
GAVE FORTUNE TO
FEW SOLDIERS AT ARMAGEDDON
Whore, nil where did the Hull Moose
Hot
Oh wliero, oh whore, did I hoy lunch?
Tho beof was there, and A. K. Ware,
Hut wliero, oli where, was tho buneliT
Adapted.
Twenty-seven men, thirteen wom
en, five orators, Kd ltoot, Snyder
and tho hand attended tho "Hntliccuo
and Hig- Political Itouud-up" at Ar
mageddon Tuesday wliero tho Pull
Moose, planned to battle for tho Lord,
and incidentally votes. Tho battle
was united 'off owing to a luul: of
soldiers, so tho 'J7 men, l!l women,
Kd ltoot, Huydor and tho baud lis
tened to tho five orators orate, and
it is Home job, loo, to talk to a bleak
add empty grand stau'd through
which thu north wind moans its dis
(loiileut at Tilings in General,
Tho floono at Annagoddoii was not
an inspiring- one, As ono oaino
through thu huge goto witli its plaster
of politicians' mugs and appeal for
votes, olio wiiudured if a mistako luul
not boon made aa to tho exact where
abouts of tho now liistovio Armaged
don, In tho foreground, howcvor,
Frankio Kdwarda was to bo soon,
SELLING STILL
AN ENEMY OE
CRATER LAKE
Declares It to Be a "Local" Attrac
tion and That Ho Would Again
Vote Against an Appropriation to
Open It to the Tourist Travel.
Says He is a "Stsndpat Republican"
Said Jonathan Bourne is "Great
est Scoundrel in the State."
ItKN HHI.LI.VU HAYS:
"Jonathan Hourno, Jr., Is
tho greatest scoiiudnd In tho
stnto of Oregon. His great
est nsset Is his ability as a
poker player.
"I voted against tho Cra
ter l.ako road bill when It was
In tho legislature. I am not
a bit sorry. I would do tho
name thing ngaln. It Is a
local affair.
"Tho Medrord Itato bill
looks good on Its faco but It
In cloaked In deceit. It will
bo ratal to Oregon.
"I nm a standpal republi
can," .
lieu Belling, loading, dothler, and
candidal, for United- Staled -"Sehat'or7
Tuesday evening In nniiUervlow went
on record In regard to several mat
ters pertinent to Medrord and Jack
son county. Chief among tho mat
ten on which ho expressed hlnmelf
wait that of tho Crater Lake road bill,
passed by (ho legislature nearly four
years ago, appropriating $100,000 for
tho construction of a road to Crater
Lake, opening (lint great scenic won
der (o tho tourist traffic of the
world. Mr. Soiling voted against
tho measure.
Would HeH'at Action
"I voted against tho Crater Lake
road bill," doclarod Mr. Soiling Tues
day ovcnlngi"aud 1 would doso again.
I felt that It was a local appropria
tion and consequently opposed It.
Tho supremo court sustained me
later. I voted ror principle."
Mr. Bulling did not explain why ho
offered to vote ror tho appropriation
If (ho Southern Oregon demand bo
cut to $50,000 nnd why ho Introduced
a motion to that effect in tho legisla
ture. Mr. Soiling grow very bitter In his
remarks concerning Jonathan Dourno,
Jr., senior senator form Oregon and
at present a candidate for ro-olectlon
as an Independent.
"Jonathan Hourno," declared Mr.
Selling," Is tho greatest scoundrel In
(Continued on pago 2.1
begging his friends to "eat u sand
wieli, for heaven's sake, Stove, we've
got In got rid of this." l'rnnktc
must liavo felt very much at homo in
handling that crowd. Put it was it
great place for a newspaper man.
For onoo ho got his fill with seven
waiters to prepuro and servo his
sandwich while Frankio coiifideutnlly
confided tho faut that Ooorgo W.
Dunn of Ashland was tho only man
who had put up his quarter and holp
ed muko tho barhecuo end of the uf
fair a Rucoess.
"I put a heo on him for tho fourth
part of a dollnr," says Frank, "when
I henid ho was a friend of Ponton
Powers'."
Put oven a newspaper man can't
oat, forovor, so forsaking tho huge
piles of spurned lint temptingly pro
pared mast heel',, and tlm great
stacks of bread and tubs of coffee,
tho grand stand was ontored. Tlioro
at thu time daintily bnlnuced upon a
narrow plank boforo tho 27 men, 13
women, Kd Hoot, Syndor, tho hand
and tho other four orators, A, 1-5.
(Continued on Page 0)
LOVETT SAYS
$250,000 RAISED
BY MIAN
Head of Southern Pacific States
Harrlman Told Him Roosevelt Re
quested Money and That He Turn
ed Over Quarter Million.
Senator Scott Says That White
House Called Him Up and Voice
Sounded Like Reosevelt's.
WASIHNOTOS. Oct. P. Former
United Sluto Senator Kiithnii P.
Scott of West Virginia was the tirst
witness called to'dny when the fcennte
campaign contributions conimiltee
rexiimed its probe into contribution
(o republican, democratic nnil pr
grcssivc campnigitH.
Scott testified that in 1(101 he link
ed OonieliiN N. Pliwn, then treasurer
of (ho republican-national committee
(o get the Stnudnrd Oil to contribute.
Pliss caul the coinpan- h::d already
contribiKcd flOOJOOO. Kurly in Oc
tober, die witness, i-aid, lie was m
republican headquarter when the
telephone rang. 11, was n long dis
tance unll from the White IInue,
Scott said. A voice nkoiI if Higgins
was endangered in Hie fight for gov
ernor of New Yorkj Scott Miid that
ho answered "yesyjj (
. .- -KoHRH-Hfci IXtdy
Then, be wild, thu voice anwered:
"I will send for Harrimnu nud see if
he will raise u fund for Higgins."
Scott mi id (lie oiec sounded very
much like that of Colonel Ilonhovclt.
.Judge Hubert S. Ixtvett, chairman
of the board of director of tlte
Southern Pacific railroad wn the
next witness.
Chairman Charles D. Hilles of thu
republican notional committee, will
bo ono of (he titnr wi(nc.s.Ms tomor
row. Chairman Clapp also niiiiouueod
that Klmer Dover of Tueomn, for
mer seerediry of tho republican na
tional committee, would be summon
ed here to testify regarding contri
butions to (lie 1001 campaign.
lovctt on Slniut
Loved verified testimony of other
witnesses that the late I-. H. Harri
innn raised fund for the 1004 cum-
paign.
"Kaily in October of that year,"
Loved said, "Hnrrimnn said to me:
" 'They're in a hole mid tho presi
dent wants me to help them out. 1
got to do it.' "
Loved then declared Hint Harri
mnu gave him &!.'i0,000 to give to
Trensuror Plis. The witness said
bo gave tho money to Plis personal
ly. I.ovett also testified that Hani
man intended to contribute to tiic
1008 campaign but was deterred by
the publicity that would be given to
such action.
TEDDY CAN'T HELP
MACKINAC C1TV, Midi., Oct. 0.
Breaking bis rule not to make any
speeches Irom tho rear platform ot
his train, Theodore Hoosevelt, pro
gressive candidate for president, ad
dressed today the factory workers in
half a dozen towns en route hero,
lie ulso delivered speeches ut Hough
ton nud Marquette.
chinesTarmy slays
ten thousand mongals
LONDON, Oct., 0, Troops of
President Yuan Sid Kni's army In
Eastern Mongolia have slain more
than 10,000 Mongolians, according to
n St. Petersburg despatch received
by tho London Tiino8 Tho victorious
avmy it is said, is jaarching iu a
narrowing circle toward Urgu.
MAKING CAR SPEECHES
Senator Chamberlain to Speak Here
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eorge K.
I'nlted States Senator George K
Chamberlain will address the citi
zens of Mcdford at the orcra house
on next Saturday evening at 8 o'clock
He will discuss the Issues of tho
LONDON'. Oct. 5). That n Monte
negrin force winch crossed the Turk
ish frontier has been unnihilated is
the news contained in despatches re
ceived here today from Constantino
ple. The snme message said that
-1,000 Albanian troops hate invaded
Montenegro.
PA HIS, Oct. 0. A despatch re
ceived here by a news agency today
snys that tho Greek minister bus al
ready left Constantinople and (hut
the Ptilguriaii nnd Servian ministers
are expected to leae this afternoon.
MARRIED MEN TRY
NKW YOItK, Oct. 9. Composed
endrely of married men, tho Jury In
tho trial of Police Lieutenant Charles
Uecker, accused of tho murder of
(ambler Herman Rosenthal, Is sworn
in hero today.
Tho Jury Is pronounced highly In
telligent. Heckor Is reported to be
entirely satisfied with tho personnel
of th Jury ln(o whoso hands his
.'.Ut Is to bo placed.
Three candidates for United States
senator, each ono cook-sure of elec
tion, two of tliem with n grievance,
called upon tho Mail Tribuno Tues
day. 'ha vim? como to Mcdford to wit
ness tho battlo for thu Lord at Ar
mageddon, otherwise known as tho
Hull Moose political racing meet. Af
ter arrival. Mr. Sellim? concluded
that Armageddon didn't interest him,
but tho two others participated.
Selling's Orlcvunco
"Tho Mail Tribune lias not treated
me fairly" said Mr. Soiling. "It said
that 1 couluol accomplish anything
at Washington booauso I was a Jew,
Now before 1 beenmo a candidato I
inquired from tlireo different sources
whether racial prejudice would niili
tato against mo at the capital and
was amply assured that it would not,
or I would not have beconio a Candi
da Uv"
Mr. Selling was, informed that tha
Mail Tribuno hud no racial or re
ligious prejudices, and that tit did
not euro what a man's oreed was,
provided ho stood for thoso things,
the paper believed in, but that no less
BALKAN ARMY PAYS $200(30 FOR
IN ALBANIA SAID 400 ACRES LAND
TOBEANNIATED
SENATORIAL CANDIDATE SET ARIGH
CliamlwrliUn
present campaign from a state and
.tatlcnal standpoint.
Senator Chamberlain Is one of the
most popular men In 'the public life
ot Oregon aud Is a pleasing speaker.
A large crowd Is certain to greet him.
ON DRYHEK
H. E. "Wilcox of San Jose has re
turned to hla home after 'purchasing
400 acres' of land known as the Aug
ust Wahlere place on Dry creek.
The consideration was $20,000. Guy
W. Conner and A. W. Dradshaw are
interested with him and will handle
the property.
Tho property will be developed at
once.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 9. James
J. Corbett, former heavyweight
champion pugilist, and now an actor,
who recently was operated on for
appendicitis, js out of danger today,
according to tho hospital phvsicinns.
The surgeons assert that Corbett Is
one of the few men living who could
have withstood the operation and the
subsoqucnt attack of peritonitis.
Corbett U quite cheerful except
thnt he laments bis inability to at
tend tho big world's series of base
ball games.
T
n poison than former Senator Joe
Simon luul stated that such prejudice
existed at Washington and oil ac
count of it, lie hnd refused re-election.
Says Simon Wrong
"Mr. Simon was wrong. He could
not neeomplUU anything at Wash
ington" suid Mr. Selling, "becuuso
by his political fights in Oregon, he
had antagonized everyone from the
president down to tho senate leader
boforo he went to Washington, Sen
a tor Mitchell nud all of bis friends
saw to it that Mr. Simon's efforts
wero nullified. His failure was duo
to his personal and political oueniic.
Tho fact that Jows arc- not discrim
inated against is proved by Senator
Isador Haynor of Attvylaud, tut ack
nowledged leader."
Tho Mail Tribune promised to set
Mr. Selling's statement before tho
public and gio him fair play.
Mr. Clurk'N Orlcvunco
The next senator-to-bo -who waut
ed to ho Hut right beforo the peoplo
(Continued on Page uT"
WILSON
SAYS
TEDDY TOADIES
TO THE TRUSTS
Democratic Candidate Asserts That
Colsnel Gets His Orders Frm tKe
Steel Trust and Lacks at Mnp"
lies Frem Trust View PtfcH; -
Apaieftes fer Rwrnkm OwMf BtM
ball Series Says Dewentt n t
Teddy's Curves. Knack Hmm Hwm " '.:''''!
SPRINGFIELD, III.. Oct? 0. "I
feel that I owe the people an apology
for running for president durlnstthe
series for the baseball championship
of the world," said Governor Wood
row Wilson of New Jersey, the demo
cratic candidate, in addressing a
crowd nt'tho court house here today.
"Most of you people," Wilson con
(iutied, 'would rather hear about
the baseball score than listen to a
political speech. Bu( I am interested
in the score that will be hung up No
vember o next. Tho democrats are
getting onto Colonel Hoosevelt's
c uncs and are biding home-runs
every time they come to (he bat'
'Toadying to steel trust officials,
from whom he gets his orders," was
the charge made against Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt here today by
Governor Woodrow Wilson, the dem
ocratic nominee for president. 3
"I am not trv-ine to put Roosevelt
Jn.tke hole.'! naid, V3mm."I.i ih- . '
ply trying to qhove that he' looks Ut " ,"
monopolies from the tntst viewpoint. ' ,
no cannot afford to hare a presi
dent with that viewpoint.
"Roosevelt gets his ideap of regu
lating monopolies from the gentlemen
of the steel trust. Certainly they
would not promote ideas interfering
with the steel trust's monoply."
$279,000 BUD!
LEFT B WRIGHT .
DAYTON, Ohio, Oct. 9. Wilbur
Wright, of aviation fame, left an
estate of $270,208.40, according to
uu accounting on tile iu the probata
court here today.
The entire etate goes to his broth
ers, bis sister and Ids father. Two
brothers, Hcuchlin and Larin Wright,
a sister, Kutherine, each get .$.'50,000,
while the father, Uishop Milton
Wricht. eets 1.000. The remainder
of tho estate goes to the other broth
er, Orville.
Twelve, vears ao. the two Wrieht
brothers were making a meagre liv
ing by conducting a small bicycle
shop.
WIFE TO SEE HUSBAND
THROUGH PBISOH TERM
LOS ANGELES.. Oct. O.Aceom-
nnnied bv his vn urn? wife, who de
clares she will stand by him through
his orison term ni McNeil's Island
federal prison, Earl Standurd, tho
young bank clerk of Pomona, con
victed of tho embezzlement of about
floO.OOO of tho funds of the Amer
ican National Hunk, is on his way
north today to begin his ten yeuc
term.
Mrs. Standard, it is said, will se
cure quarters near the federal prison
where sho can see mut comfort her
husband from limo to time.
EUROPEAN POWERS WERE
OUTWITTED BY BALKAN STATEf
PARIS, Oct. 9. Tho real story of,
how Ualkan federation forestalled
and outwitted the European powers
Is told by official advices from Cet
tlnjo. Tho Austrian and Russian
representatives presented notes la tue
names' ot the power warning the
Balkan states against war at It
o'clock this morning, but tw)
half hours earlier the MeatwigraH
government had handed hla pwsjorU
to the Ottoman charge. Thus Mm
tenogro Is In a position to My m
representatives of the pawew
too late,
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