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MEDFORD, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOliER II, 1012.
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NO. 170.
WINS
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RED SOX LEAD
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Both Teams Play Great Ball and
Boston Secures Deserved Victory,
Thouflh Outhlt by Giants Smoky
Joe Wood and Wanner the Heroes.
Stonewall Defense of Red Sox's In
field Feature of Game Tesrcau
Also In Good Form.
(Ity (Iraullaud Itlco)
NEW YORK, Oct. 11 Jno Wood
repented on Ti'Mrciui nml (ho Now
York Ulnntn toilny, nml no a result
the. IluMtou Red Box returned iu
llcnntown tonight with (ho "Jump
giiinu" onco tnoro In their posses
hIoii nml the (limits one down.
"Hinnky Joo" Wood, with a gray
ilny to help him out, was nil thero
with a margin to spare. Tesroau
was good hut not Reed cuough to
ropo with tho dll-cdged product of
tlm llontou ntiirvol. Wood's effort
was iiiiiiuoKtloiiulily n big factor but
no miinll whttro of tho credit for tho
win must go to a hatlpln)liiR centi
pede ly tho iiiiiuo of llelnlo Wagner.
Wagner Itrllllnnt Work.
Tim count win ;i to 1 and but for
Wagner's brilliant, utmost super
human work tho (Hunt nttnek would
have, lull a different story to bn
written of Wood'n day's efforts.
For four rouuiU .Wood, workud at
top, lKHMJtvdr)'lK,ttii (Hints to the
MME
-nvi()UtjreuKH,iHWimi orncr.mie
hud them curbed at ovary (urn. In
thu fifth tho Hod Box frontier pitch
er, workod to ft taw friuxlo, Iiorrii
to break and threatened to crumple
up. Mcrklo slashed otio over sec
oud and by a great atop Wagner cut
down tho lilt. Ilerzog singled nnd
Fletcher crnckod another over soc
oud, whuro tho flashing .Wagner
again cut over nnd by n halr-rals-lug
ntop nud throw tho rally wit
killed.
Defence llrlllhiiit
All through tho closing stages of
tho riiido Wagner and Yorkos Mtood
bnck of Wood, who, pitching gamo-
ConUmiou on pko37)
TAXI DRIVER
SHOT ROSENTHAL
NKV YOUIC, Oct. 1 1. AliuliiK
thulr KUim nt tho damiiKluK toHtl
mouy rIvoii by LoiiIh KrniiH, a wait
er, who Bworo that (lumblor llor
nian ItoHonthnl va uhot down nt u
mIbiihI from ono of tho conoplrutorH
HKnlnul hltt IITq, attoruuyit for Pollco
liluutonunt Ohnrlou Decker, on trial
hero for tho murder of ItOHoiithal,
announced today that they would
prove that lCriiun was not on tho
Mceuo when llosenthnl wnu killed.
"I saw u man walk out of tho
Metropolo Hotel," Krauii tetlflod
yoBtorduy, "and ratHo IiIh hand to a
level with IiIh oyos. IiiMtantly HhotB
wuro final and ItoHouthal toll to the
ground."
ifriniu nlr: kwnrn Hint ho r(i(!()H-
nlzed "hujy LojiIb" ItoHonbtim,
Harry orfowl, nlluu "Gyp tho
nidod," ntuf'l'Whltoy" IowIh an three
of tho mqq Who fired the faUil BhotH.
Ho wiib pot' curtain about "Duro
Frank" Clroflol beu with tho par
ty. Jlnportu worn current In tho court
room Hint "Lofty Lonlo" HoHonbnrK
uml "Hiiro Frank" CMroflcl UoKo.d
to liavo been Implicated In tho actual
HlnyhiR of Itoaonthttl, woro ready to
conroBH, Tho reporta could not bo
verified,
ThonuiH Ityun, tiulrab driver, who
nuHlHted In tho puruult of tho inur
(lororH, toutlfled that ono man did
tho nhootltitf. TIiIh contradicts tho
toHtlmony of IiOtilu KruiiB, tho wait
er, who HWoro that aqvoral Hhota
fljod by at IobhI throo men rang out
ulmultuneouBly and ltoacuthal
dropped. (9 the ftroiud,i
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Berlin Receives Dispatch From Bel
grade Announclno Declaration of
War Against Turkey Montenegrin
Victories Confirmed.
Guerilla Warfare In Progress Along
Servian and Bulgarian Frontiers
Accusations of Looting Made.
1II-.I.I.IK, Oct. II. --Sm in dcelur
ed war on Turkey lit ! o'clock Ibis
iiftcrnouit, according to mi tint-on
finned despatch just received here
from Hclgrudc.
81MLI.V, Hungary. Oel. II.- Con
finuulinn of teported Montenegrin
victories ut Pniiilrn mid Ditchitoh, in
which Crown Prince Ihuiilo of Mini
leucgrn led both assault, wiik le
ceived hcio today. No verifietition
was received, however, of the reHrl
that General .Mnrkiiioviclit thu Jlon
Icnegrin tiiinintrr of war, had cap
tured Scutari, In Albania.
duel ilia warfare is iu progress
along tho .Servian mid Hulguriui
frontiers. Tho cumhnliiutH charge
each faction with perpetrating liru
Uiliticrt nml with looting,, biiniine
nml oilier outrages,
STATE TAX TO PAY
SAI.ICM. Ore., Oct. 11. LorIhIr
torn are today Intert-HtliiR theiiiBelvei
In a plan drawn up by Governor Went
whereby ho would liavo n utato sal
nry tax to meet tho ualarlea nud ex
peiiNen of thu offlcfala In nil tho 34
countlc. The Bovomor'H kcIioiuo la
to ndd ono mill to every dollar duo
as tnxoH on tho ulnto nsnennod valu
ation of 9U0.000,000. The total
county salary and oxponuo Hut In
HumethliiK llko S00O.OOO annually.
Tho governor propoaca to put a
nicaauro to thla effect up to tho
next IcRltilaturo. In IiIh opinion It
will prevent tho political loKrollliiK
now nld to bo hampering tho Ior
iHlatora In regard to tho granting
of nmalt favora In tho different coali
tion.
I'(dici) tiffiuern Cndy ami Mego
madu a tcn-Httiko Tlitirxduy night by
lukilig into e.itHtoily Dave Martin,
Jack Doan, anil Diek l'rehtmi, who
hail in their poKcHhi(u much of thu
elotliiup; Hloleu from thu Htore of
Falior & McDonald at Central Point
Tuesday niglil. Tho three will he
given a preliminary examination thin
afternoon in Juatlee Taylor'rt court.
Tho men wore well mipplied with
tools to enter building, ono of them
huviiiK' two well made hku'letou keys
for piukiiig' Yulo loekri.
Tho officers noted tlio trio Jresed
In now olollics on Front blrce. Tiey
hud jiiHl endeavored to Hell throo
pairs of new gloves.
OF
I'HOKNIX, ArU., Oct. 11. Olior
autorUIng capital punlHhmont iih a
rollo of barbarism and iih on a par
with tho burning of witches Gover
nor Hunt today roprlvod ' William
Campbell, Kduardo 1'orox, N. U,
Chavez, Miguel I'oralta, all of whom
woro to hnyu boon hangod toduy, Tho
roprloyos deferred tho duto of exe
cution Htl Aril 1?,
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GHE HEROKWT HUM'S GIFT
IS DRAGGED INTO BVIWENGER
..lABOK' M .-. .WNDITS
INDIANAPOLIS, Iml., Oct. 1L
The naiiio of Samuel (tampers, prcni
tleut of the American Federation of
Labor, was brought into the trial to
day of Iho forty-hoven members of
tho International Association of
Hridge uml Structural Ironworkers,
charged with illegally transporting
dynnmile, oor htrcuuous objection-
of nttornoys for the Jefephc. This
was effected by Federal Hibtrict At
torney Charlc W. Miller, when Frank
Schilling, n St. Lonis hotel eleik, wu.s
called to the Htauil.
United States Judge Audurson per
mitted Schilling to testify to an al
leged meeting between (lompers nud
Olaf A. Tveilm'oc of San Francisco in
tho Southern Hotel nt St. Louis, Nj
vcinuor'27, ll08. United States Sen
ator Jolin W Kern of IudiannpoHs,
of counsel foV Hie defeiiKe, objected
to tho jnjroduption of t)tis tostlmony,
ufihorliiif Hmt organized labor is tu'tt !
on trial here. Tho government met
this argument by promising to show
Qompers' connection with the defen
dants, uml Kent's objection was.
over-ruled.
G.. A. Dixon, a clerk in Hie Argo
naut Hotel at San FrancKeo, testi
fied Hint a mail giving the nmno of
.1. II. Hryeo registered there iu 1010.
Ho then identified a photograph of
James I), MoNiimnni us that of tho
man who had registered as "Hryeo."
Ooorgo Hunter of Youiigstown, u
hotel clerk, testified Hint II. S. I lock
iu, ono of tho defendants, once regiri
torci at the hotel wlicru he is em
ployed. FIGHTING THE NEW
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. II. Proof
Hint demooruliu and republican
bosses lmvo joined forces to besmirch
Colonol Theodora KooKoYelt, his run
ning mate on the progressive national
ticket was promised Pennsylvania
voters hero today by Iliram W. John
son, Califoruiiv's fighting governor.
Johnson onm to Philadelphia to
purtioipato in tlm fight against Sena
tor Holes Penrose, who, testifying
before the houate campaign contribu
tions investigating commlUeo in
Washington, charged that the Stan
dard Oil company hail contributed
$125,000 to Iho 1001 ropublluun cam
paign with tho knowledge and consent
of Colonol KoQ?ovot,,
BOTH 01 D ARflES
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FONT SMITH. Ark.. Oct. 11.
While four masked bandits who
b.oardcd a northbound train on the
Kaunas City nnd Southern railroad
at Hatfield, Arki. early today,
smashed tho glass In tho express car
door, Messenger Merlll Ilurgctl
opened tho safes, l!ldf the valuables
nnd fired on the bandits from be
hind some trucks. Ono of tho rob
bers wns fatally wounded. Tho
wounded man wus "picked up by
another bandit, who Jumped from
tho car with blm. ,Tho two remain
ing outlaws finally smashed iu tho
door and continued tho fight.
Hurgett his ammunition exhausted
put up n hand to hand tight, but
wna beaten Insensible.
Uimblo to locate tho treasuro, tho
robbers tortured Hurgett iu an ef
fort to forco hi in to reveal tho bid
ing place. When be1 still refused,
tho heroic metsenger4 wns again
bot"n ,u,, ",,c,o
When tho trnln reached Potter,
Ark., tho to bandltsf'cut tho air
hose, stopping tho train, nud van
ished. Hurgett Is believed to bo
lying.
Posses have taken up tho trail of
tho robbers.
EDDIE'S PROSECUTION
IS CONCLUDED TODAY
LOS ANG13LKS, Cal., Oct. U
Cross examination of Mrs, Alice
Phelps In tho cast aguiiibt City Pro
secutor Guy Eddlo ls concluded to
day, undor peremptory orders of
Superior Judge Curtis' IU Wilbur In
the Juvenile department hero. After
Attorney Karl Uogers.hnd crobs1 ques
tioned Mrs, Phelps for flvo hours
yesterday, fifteen minutes boforo tho
regular closing tlino of court Judge
Wilbur ordotcd him to cease.
Hogors took an exception to tho rul
ing. Assistant District Attorney Joseph
Ford Is expected to bo tho principal
witness today. He will bo called to
show that. Kddlo promised to resign
If not prosocuted onxtho chargo of
contributing to tho dofluu.uoucy of
Mrs. Phelps, a minor."
BRYAN IN MINNESOTA;
IN PES MOINES TONIGHT
ST, PAUL, Minn., Oct. U.Leuv
lug Grand Forks thU jiioriilng Bryan
Invaded Mlnuosotn and made several
apooohes, Uryan will leuvo for Dos
Mouos tpnlght,
REWARDED BY
SUIT DISMISSALS
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 1L Attack
ing the statements made by ltobcrt S.
Lovell, head of the Harrimait lines,
before the bennle campaign contribu
tions investigating committee in
Washington, Attorney Joseph II. Cull,
former sec:al counsel for tho United
States government and a supporter
of Wbodruw Wilson for the presiden
cy, iu an interview hero' today de
clared that Lovett's testimony was
"wholly unwarranted by the facts
and untrue."
Call showed letters from tins Unit
ed States nttorney general's office
dismissing pending btiits against the
Southern Pacific mil road aimed to
prevent a merger with the Central
Pacific, n parallel line. The letters
were dated in October, 1003,
Call claims that the suits were, dis
solved after the late E. II. Ilurriman
had rawed a fund of $210,000 for
the 1001 republican national cam
paign. He asserted that tho dismis
sal of tho suits meant millions of dol
lars to Harrinian nml his associates.
STRIKE BREAKERS
HINGHAM, Utah, Oct. 11.- With
hundreds of deputies acting as a
bodyguard 100 strikebreakers are
working tho Utah Copper mlno hero
today. With tho exception of a
few minor clashes between tho strik
ers and deputies no serious trouble is
reported.
Officials of tho company an
nounced that more strikebreakers
would hu employed nt onco,
Ouo thousand strikers hold a big
mass mooting nnd bitterly con
demned tho action of the doputlos In
handling btrlkors.
Charles 11. Moyer, president of tho
Wostom Federation of Miners, and
nthor labor loaders aro conferring In
Salt Lake to dotormluo upon it course
to ho pursued against the company
for using strikebreakers,
EASTB0UND FREIGHT NEAR
HUNTINGTON WRECKED
HUNTINGTON, Ore., Out. ll.A
big wrecking orew is today clouring
thu tracks at Eastou, Idaho, where
freight train No. 5(1. oastboliidi was
wrecked. The traok was tovi up
for some dibtuueo. No ouo wus faur
jously injured,
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HOW IEDDY
PRESENTED BOB HUGE AMOUNTS
DOURIF-CR
Wisconsinlte Flatly Charges That
Roosevelt After Premisinfl Sup
port Undermined His Camtitfacy
to Grab Nomination for Himself.
La Fetlette Put Out te Feef the Way
ana Pull Chestnuts Out f the ft
lltical Fire far Benefit ef T. R.
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 11. How
ineouore Koosevclt is alleged to
have urged him lo moke the progres
sive race for the presidential nomi
nation uml to have belrnved him. is
told today by Senator Hubert M. Lai
rulleltc in Iiih "The True Story of
tho Campaign," the second ehapter
or which apjK-an in the current isisue
of Im Follette'rt Weekly, jiw( out
The Wisconsin senator flatly charges
Hint Kuoscclt undermined his can
didacy for no other purpose than to
grab tlc nomination for himself.
"On April 30," the article sny,
"a conference of progressives was
held in Washington. They settled on
me us their candidate and I agreed to
make the race. Roosevelt had de
cided that tho progressives should
put forth a candidate against Taft.
I entered upon the campaign with
tigor ia July, 1911.
"There was. only one discordant
nolo at tkis time among the progreK
ve$ to ray. candidacy. Jam&j IL
Garfield of Ohio closest of all lo
Ifooscvelt, tned to prevent aiy en
dorsciuenr.
'A little later, Col. Roosevelt in
an editorial in thq Outlook, referred
to my endersement:
u 'The endorsement is lo be regard
ed as a recommendation rather than
a committal of the movement to any'
one man'."
Then, the article says, came a con
ference of Gifford Pinchot and oth
ers with Colonel Roosevelt, as a re
sult of which Senator La Pollctte'
was informed that Roosevelt was not
a candidate, though he would make
no public announcement to that cf-(
feet; that Ia Pollctte should go
ahead, and if he could not win the
nomination iu the convention then
Roosevelt might possibly step in as a'
candidate, but meantime "the wires
should not bo crossed."!
"Hut," tho story continues, "the
wires scem to have got badly cross
ed." LEO DUAL LIFE
PASCO, Waal.., Oct. 11. That
Hanker Christensen. for whose mur
der his young wife Is on trial, sup
ported "nobblo" Ilouchet. another
woman, while living with his spouse,
and otherwise lived a dual existence,
is tho ovldonce in tho possession of
the court today.
Tho Rouchot woman testified that
sho had demanded $100 aptoco from
Mrs. Christensen for cortaln Jottors
written to her by tho dead man, but
In lieu of tho monoy accepted a pro
position from Mrs. Cbrlstonsen for
transportation to Pasco and it homo
and clothing while testifying iu be
half of hor beuofactress. She stated
that while staying at tho Chrlstouseu
homo, a vial of strychnine tablets
wero found In an old sultcaso.
Chrlstenseu canto to his death
through strychnine polbonlng.
Tho stato has rcbted its cabo.
DEATH TO TRAIN CREWS
EL PASO, Texas., Oct. 11. "AH
Americans operating tralua In Mex
ico October 31 will be shot down."
This Is tho ultimatum which Is
said to liavo been delivered to the
officials of tho North Western rail
way beje t'oday,
MD
MEXICANS
THREATEN
a. ! If I "'" I I'll'"! I- ll l MIHMIIMIII
DREE GAVE
ROSS TO REPUBLICANS
In IM4 Camialm, Raised $Hf,7f5,
for State Purposes ami $M,MI for
Roosevelt's Fumi-fiT INI ftiye
$IOO,Nf ami $2S,IM for Taft 1112
Reeofpte of CMoofo Of floe-of t. 1.
P. Four Years Aft Too lift,.
32-IKtnofe PrhMry toot $31 Ml
WASHINGTON. Oct. litjlra
testtnony thatr hl, flrn cMtrlbtttad
heavily to the campaign' hsadeaVby
Colonel Theodora Keosevelt attd
President Taft wu glreH befe-re the
teaate contributions lavestlgatla
committee here today by E, T.
Stoteabury, head of the Drexel Bank
ing, company, one of the strongest
financial Institutions of Philadelphia.
In 1904, whea Roosevelt was the
republican nominee., Stoteebtiry de
clared he raised a fuad ef $165,795
for tho fight In Pennsylvania. Then,
in 1908, he said, when President
Taft beaded the ticket, be contribu
ted $100,000. The witness also de
clared that be contributed 92S.S00
for use In the p reseat republleaa
campaign. .y
Stoteshury said, that !im,M
company coatrlbHted f59,s0 te th
Reevelt fund; the United State
StecrCorporatl'oa ave S12,if0 and
other steel interests $31,099.';
After the'najJCr.iiBi;-.
lipr of mliuw "- V?rjmrL-W
jupbam, asektant renMlM"MUaI
ftreasHrer la 1998, tttWHltftd'kfg'rW-
ords. He testified that the re
ceipts of the Chleage headquarters
were $548,320.
Frank Smith, Internal reveaue
collector of 8PrlBHeid, III. who was
manager of the Taft pre-coaTeatloa
campaign In that state, testified that
he spent $38,000. Me did not know
of any other expenditures. He de
clared ho had refused a',1 'contribu
tions from federal employes.
KNOX AND FISHER
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SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 11. The
armored Cruiser MaryUitd arrived
In port early this moraine from
Japan, with Secretary of State Phil
ander C. Knox aud Secretary of the
Interior Walter L. Fisher on board.
Sccrotary Knox Is returning from
Japan, where he represented the
United States at the Mikado's fun
eral.
The cabinet offlcors were wet
comod by a delegation of Seattle
cltlxens and escorted to a hotel.
This morning they are ou an auto
mobile tour about the city.
Secretary Knox may decide to
stay here to address a republican
meotins Monday evening. Secre
tary Flshor leaves tor the east to
morrow. Ho has spout several
weoks in government work Iu Ha
waii. JOHNSON TO MAKE
PORTLAND, Ore,. Oct. 11. Da-
flulto assurances are today on baud
that Governor Hiram Jonusou of,
California, bull moose candidate for
vlco-prcsldent, will make three
speeches iu Oregon, urging the elec
tion of tho bull moose tleket. the lat
ter part of this nioatli,
Ono of the speeeHea ,wll be wade
In Portland. The Portland "
quarters of the third arty k .try
ing to arrange the date, sad teward
this end, is In ceMmHaleaUaa wltli,
A. E. Clark, the new, park's eaaaJ
date for senator. "Olark helM
kopt fuy advised ft 'jehe'
movement
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