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MI3DF0UD, OtfEOON, SAT U I MM Y, NOVEMBER 10, 1012.
NO. 204.
TURKS REJECT PEACE TERMS OF BALKANS
J SCENE FOLLOWING MURDER OF WHITE SLAVE VICTIM AND
MR. OOMPERS PROBABLY
AGAIN LABOR PRESIDENT
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Porte Wllllnii to Grant Autonomy to
Macedonia But Wants to Retain
Smeranlty Unwllllnp. to Abandon
the Rest of Turkey.
Allies Out Twelve Miles From St.
Sophia and Occupation Looked for
Shortly.
CONSTANTINO. PLN, Nov. M.
Turkey will not accept pence on tho
tonus laid down by (ho Uallctiii al
lien. Official iiiiiinuiiretnont to IIiIh ef
fect was liiiiilo hero tuiliiy. Tho Bul
la n nml hi ndvlnors today sent n
counter proportion (o Bofln nmiouiic
Ink (lint thu iilllox roultl got about
halt ot what they demanded. Tur
key Ih willing to grnnl iiiitoiioiny to
Macedonia hut wnnl (u retain noiul
mil Miixcr(nliily there.
The Ottoman government In un
willing to abandon tho rent o( Tur
key, nml objects to thn lutornnllunnll
xnllon ot Constantinople. Salonika
nml tho other clllps Included In thu
demand of the allies.
To Orrupy ('jipltnl
M)NI)UN. Nov. 1C.. Iltilmirtnn oc
cupation o( Cotintnntliiuplo within
two ilny n In Indicated horo toilny In
d()NiiilciitH from Hofla. Thu Turkish
defenders, according to Intent roportu
am hut twelve mile from Coiulnn--tlnnpln.
'Constantinople! despatchc
say tho Turku nro fighting dnior
ntely hut mcsngr from lliilknu
sources deolnro tho lltitgnrlamt nro
meeting with hut slight oppOHltlon.
Tho Servian minister of foreign
nffnlnt I reported to have rnltl that
ho tlouN not expect tho urmlstlru to
ho signed until after thn llulgurs on
tor CoiiKtnntluoplo. TIiIh seouis to
dispone of tho report that nil armis
tice exists.
Cholera Ih tinging
Reports from Huckarcst nay chol
oru U rnglng nmoiiK tho Hulgarlnu
troops nml that practically no of
fortH nro mmlo to rnro for tho nick.
Tho (load nro iinhiirlod. A furloiiH
lmttlu In also reported near .Mnunsllr.
ATHENS, Nov. !. Offlrlnl roc
or.ultloii of tho Greek occupation of
Salonika wiu niailo by tho Ittnotlmi
government today. Official h at Ht.
Pntunthurg Instructed ItH coiikiiI thoro
to eomiuitnlculo with tho government
at Athens hereafter Instead of Con
iitmitluoplo regarding uffulra thuro.
T
10 BE DISCUSSED
NEXT THURSDAY
HKLOHADK, Nov. J0.--Tli purli
lion of Kitropuitn Turkoy will ho dis
missed hcru niixt Tliui'hduv til ii meet
ing of premiers of tho Hulkmi slates,
aouording In iiiiiiouneoiiiuiit mmlo
hero loilny, Czar Ferdinand of Hul
gurin, it Ih buhl, will ho present ut
tho coiiforuiico.
HKRLlN.i Nov. lO.Hoporlcd
pluiis of thu Hulkiiu allies to prohlo
conocHHtoiiH to Kuglntid, Russia mid
Franco In arranging for Iho partition
of European Turkoy ami uoinplutcly
ignoring Gnrmuny, AuHliiu mid Italy
ttaiiHOil Kt'out oxciloniont in offiolul
oirulori huro Unlay. Frmico and Huh
hIu, it was roporli'il, also nro to n('t
oommoruhil ihIvuiiIiikcs in Ahju Mjuor
wliilo Knlaud h to ot thu purl of
.Siindii Hay, in Crolu.
Although dinlililicd hy tho report k
of tho uovonmiout officialH huro ro
1'llHUll to (llHOllliH thuir pliiim. It ih
o.)iiH)lcil, howovor, that Uormuny,
Italy and AiihIvIu will voto Mich an
nrrniiKomuiit, and it U roKi'i'dod iih
(louhtfiil in oorlaiu uirohm if tho oili
er uutioiiH vonlly would hu party to
(jlivll plttllUi
HAL
OFWHA
BALKANS SEEK
KEY
CARVING
iAM U Ii L QOM PE IdS
i i m r
Mr. Hniuucl (loiiipvm will likely lie
rrclcclcil lo thu prenldt'ii" of the
American l-Ydcrutlou of I.ulior, now In
kcfodou nt llocheHlrr, N. V. ThU I thn
thirty neeond ntiuiinl coiiveiitlun of the
orKtiuluitloti nml IiicIiuIim deleKnten
front vnrloii pnrtn of tho world. In
cluding tho tlirti' iprc"ilrttlve of the
llrliUii Trnileit t'oncrens.
LONG LOST BRIDE
FOUND AS WIFE;
HAN IHKUO, frtl.. Nov. 1(1. AHer
a Heureli of imie eiip for tho hrido
who hud ivcn him up for dead,
Chorion V. Hellmiiu, Into of Salt Luke
City, met todnv hi loujr lout wife
hero, oulv to learn that for tho past
Hewn .veins hhu Iiiih lieen the wife of
another. Tim eeouil husband- in
Hail Ontcmn. n miiniifuetiirar for
iijjrly.oi',JoHVHKuls.. who. did not
know until today that hi wife hail
been flurried before
Ai u ri'Kult of thu unexpected
mcrtiiu; al' tho prinoipalti wero today
a' tho police htulion I r iiilt lo find
their way out of the hinting tntiyh.
Until men wanted tin wnninn mid
eaeli urs;ed her to have tho inalrinso
o the other iiuiiiillcil. In the und
Air. Sellmnii or Onleron confeH-ed
that tdio loved her lirl husband the
Iich( but when they left the htatiou
to koI tho ndviee of u lawver lio was
walkiut; between both huslmudx and
each hud his arm around her.
Ilotli l.nvo Her Heel
When AlrK. Sellinan met her firt
htihbaml on the street hIio llncw up
both hand and fainted. Not kuow
ins; nhe wiih murrifil to iiiiolher, Sell
miiu called a earriap1 and hud her
taken to Iih home. Oitorou was not
nlow in mins-im: his wife, Ho trueed
her to the Sulhiiau linnne. Keoiut; her
with another mini, ho deummled that
hho rotiini to him.' Sho refused, and
OMomu, not knowing .Sellmau was
her fii't husbaml, fmm whom she
bad never been divorced, rushed to
tho police station ami demanded hi
arreKt.
"Sellmnii wuk my first love," hio
said al the Htatiou, "and of coutso I
must uo to him."
TiiriHiiir to Otloron, who is idiler
than Sellmau, nhe said; "And J will
iiIwh.vh lovo you liko a dnunhler."
Tearrt eamo to hin eyes. Itoth men
sold they wonted to do Just whatover
would ho best for tho woman. Neith
er husband blamed Iter for hor Hccoud
nuirriiiK'e.
"I do nol know which I will p
wilb," said Iho woman. "I lovo my
first hushaiiil host, hut I want to do
just what is rljjht under Iho law."
Story of HopniuUoii
When Selbiiiiu marriod Iho womiin
in Salt hitko City ten yearn hk", u
was only kI'I. Their honeymoon
was hardly over when Sollnmn, who
had siouo Homh distauco away to work
was reported lo havo boon killed in
an accident, lie was not killed, hut
a hlow on tho Itouil caused him to
Ipso his memory for two yearn, and
ho did nol return (o his wife. Later
sho met Osturoii in Los Anclus und
they 'wero inurruid. When Sollmuu
regained his health ho begun n KUtireh
for his bride.
JOHN BROWN'S HANGMAN
IS DEAD IN ALABAMA
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MONTC10MIWY, Ala., Nov, 10,
Lioiitonmit Colonel Junius Gibson
dlod today on his plantation at Ver
bena, Alabama, near huro, agoil ov-oiity-uiio.
Gibson had ohitrgo of
tho troops that hunged John llruwn
(1 Jlavnor'a I-'orry.
BOTH
LAI
M1MM
OVER
CRIES
How James McNamara In Fit of De
spondency Wanted to Die and Defi
ned to Be Shot Told Jn Court by
Frank Eckoff, Iron Worker.
Salcsnlrl Sold Alarm Clocks to Mc
Manlgal Witnesses Corroborate
Narrative.
INDIANAPOLIS, lint., Nov. 10.
How .lumen II. AlcNnmnru, n'morsf
ful over the heavy Ions or lifo in the
dynamiting of tho los Anueles Times,
declared thai 'ho wanted to die und
bogged lo be shot, wuk told in the
Culled States court hero today by
Crank Kekoff, mi ironworker of Cin
einuiiti. at tho Iriul of tho forty-
seven union men charj;ed with illegal
ly tnniHMirtiiig dyuumile.
4,We wero luintiiig in the woods
back of nnllngh, Neb.," said Kekoff,
"when Jim suddenly began talking
nf the Los Angeles nfi'air. John
McNiunarn hud sent Jim on tho hunt
ing rip in Iho hope that it would
make him forget Iho dynamiting.
Jim's mother, sisler mul cousin also
were there, ami everybody was trying
to makn it as pleasant for him us
possible. John gavo me. $"," mill ex
pensi'H to go up there lo help ebeer
tii his brother. It was also believed
that the police would never find him
there.
WiuitnlJ(ivlcaglit , .,
"One ilny. Jim mid I Mit down lo
Kcthcr on it log. Suddenly his form
begun (o shake with sobs. .Then he
liegap to talk of tho explosion. 'Want
to din', lie suddenly slionlcd at me.
'Won't you plouso promiso to shool
inn some time when I am not Imik
ingt' "I tried lo (um Jim's mind from
tho subject but ho refused to com
fort." Kekoff then told of meeting Jim
MoNninurn on another occasion ut
Uallngh in 1000. At that time, he
said, Jim proposed that tho witness
could inuko $fi() by carrying n pack
age of dynamite to a non-union job
in Cincinnati mid placing it under t
ginler. Kekoff said he refused, but
that this job lnlcr was dynamited.
Knrnc) Ksy Money
"When I next met Jim," Kekoff
continued, "ho said: 'You could havo
pulled off that job us easily as 1 did
mid earned some, easy money.'
"In December, 1000. Jim asked mo
if I wauled to tuku a ride. I accom
panied him as far as Pittsburf, when
wo registered under on assumed
name. Then wo went lo Heaver, Pa.,
where Jim, pointing out a bridge,
said; 'Thoro is a bridge I would liko
to see blown' up'."
Margaret Hums, of Pittsburg, a
salesgirl, testified that sho sold Mo
Aitiuigiil a dozen alarm docks in
1010. Mc.Mnnignl asked, sho said, if
thu clocks could ho shipped C. O. D.
Oilier Witnesses Testify
Other witnesses from Indiana cor
roborated AtoMunignra testimony ro
gurding keeping oxplosivcs in u va-
(Contlnuou on pago 3.)
TO RACE AGAIN
SAN CKANC1SCO, Nov. 1(1. Su
perior Judge Seawell denied today the
petition of K. A. Moroff, a Portland
promoter of automobilo races to re
strain Harney Oldfield from entering
iv rnuo at Tanforau Park hero tomor
row. Moroff, who Kooured a restraining
order from Superior Judge Graham,
contended that in February, 1010, ho
bought two racing cars from Oldflohf
for $10,000 on condition that tho lat
ter unit racing.
Frank HonnesHoy, representing
Oldfield, maintained (hut his client
hud inudo no siiuh agrcomont, and
that furthermore, under the civil oodu
up portion oan ho restrained from on
gug'uifT in u legal Imajjiosg,
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F B BOUTON T, HURJEY FEANK. VEI2ELLI
'I lie )MUiur ouiu wtuie Ui1iIks1 and muillated body was fouud In a poud ou November 0 al GiHitsvtMwn.
r'niin.. I- lielleved by the polite iiuthorltles t" be the companion of ilieyouup girl while Uyc toform?r yvho wn ttoi
to dentil miiilv n mouth ngo l St rut ford, Coatu tlfteen miles away. That he wu xlnln "to irevet ber telllnR the
JiUtory of t(ie olirr girl's life neemi a cerlaluty. The tint morder was committed O-.-tober 'Si, when tho nsaun
irnl'iil (heir vlitlRi o Connecticut from Cldcnso. where ulic hud glvcu the police an nccouut of white stave conditions
both ther' tjt.JMew York,
In one of, thnmliof e iuiotognnih l nhnwrn n drtecllvc battling In . pll-ce of tlie Rlrl's clothing whUh, It I believed,
Mill furul-.li H etewftw the discovery of iho mutderen. F. II. Houtoa U (he undertaker to ntjouc estiibtMiuicnt the body
wan iiikrm nmrj Hurley and Frank VcrcllI are the two State detectives who are working on the myitery.
BRIDGEY
W
DENIES THAT HE
NKW YOIIK. Nov. 10.-In tho trial
of the gunmen implicated in thu Ro
senthal murder case today, Deputy
Polico Commissioner Dougherty tes
tified that the Dorics lold him by the
tho gunmen differed from those
thov related on (lie stand.
When called to tho Ktand "Hridgy"
Webber denied that ho shot Rosen
thal. He admitted that he bad been
u gambler mid tm opimu joint kocor
lor yours.
HKItLIN, Nov. Hi. While n regi
ment of holdicrs eutruiiied for tho
Servian frontier, Czechs mid Slavs in
Prague, Hohemin, lodny participated
in ii dmiiniiritriitiiui neuinsl Austria.
As tho soldiers boarded the ours, the
LV.echs nml Slavs shouted; "Sliaiuo
you nro going to fight our brothers 1"
Thov cheered Scrviti and denounced
Iho Gorman police, who charged tho
crowd, scattering tlio demonstrators.
Fourteen llioiisntut Austrian sol
diers luivo left Triehlo since yester
day for tho province of Dalamutiu,
on Iho Adriatic Son.
COUPLE BORN TOGETHER
UNITED IN WEDLOCK
LOS ANGKLKS, Nov. 10. Horn
in tho same block, ut tho sumo hour,
Cecil H. Oretidorff, n San Diego
business man, and Miss Ktuisku,
Yingllng, aged -2 will hu married
horo tomorrow.
The parouts of thu ctuiplo euguged
them twenty years ugo more as, u
joko than in cariipst, Tho young
oouplo, howovor, nevor broko tho ou
giiKoment, Today Oromlorff secured
u lieonso, He will moot Miss Yingling
on hor arrival front Gary villo, Ohio,
tomorrow and they will bo marrml lit
o9l
SHOT
ROSENTHAL
BOHEMIAS
MOB
AUSTRIAN
TROOPS
ROOSEVELT LEAOS
SEE SAW CONTEST
AL NA
SAN FKANC1SCO. Nov. 10. Pos
sibility that Woodrow Wilson will get
the California electoral vote, a bare
probability that it will bo captured by
Colonel Koosevell and a near-certainty
that the slate's electoral vole
will be split between tho two is the
nearest anyone can come to unravel
ing the California ballot tangle today.
Hased on returns from every coun
ty in the statu except Los Angeles
completo and ou an estimate from
there, Itoosovclt is today given a lend
of 107 in tho seesaw count which has
kept tho stnto ou edge sinco election
dnv. Their totals are: Koosevelt
JSII.IOO; Wilson mm This com
putation is likely to ho- changed itt
iiiiv moment.
Neither do these figure;?, even if
approximately correct, iuditjate whe
ther Kooeelt or Wilson finnlly will
have tho honor of currying the stulo
as indicated by his elector getting tho
highest vote. For, into this totul,
tho totals for various electors enter.
Griffin, who heads tho WiWon
ticket, is running ahead of his fel
lows. Wallace, who heads the Koose
velt ticket, leads that list hut thuro
is the strongest sort of n probability
that Griffin's lead will nt least bo
sufficient to bring him out of Iho
tangle with a plurnlilv over some of
tho Hoosovoll electors, nnd posibly
over all.
TEAL'S AP
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10. For tho
office of secretary of agriculture in
tho now cnbinet, it is reported tpday,
Prosident-Kleot Wilson is consider
ing throe men, all democrats. Thoy
are Charles S. Hurrott of Union City,
Gil., Jos, N. Teal of Portland, Oregon
and Clarence If. Poe, of Ituloigh.
Teal is president of tho Oregon
Conservation society.
91,000 GAVE TO
W00DR0W WILSON S
CAMPAIGN
FUND
NEW YORK. Nov. 1C Comply
ing with the new law tho names ot
D 1,000 persons who contributed to
tho campaign of Woodrow Wilson,
for tho presidency, nro today made
public here. This Is tho largest
number of iiersons over recorded as
contributing to a campaign fund.
Tho largest subscription was for
$10,000 from Charles It. Crane, and
tho next S35.000 from Cleveland
Dodge. Most of tho donation were
less than $10,000. They amounted
hi all to $1. 100,000.
TURNS TRAITOR
SKATTLK, Nov. 10. For a mouth
or more, A. A. Nordskog, former
Hums dutective, and now working for
those seeking to recall Muyor Colter
ill, bus been listening to ovory tele
phone conversution with the Hunts
office, according to charges miido by
Waller R. Thayor, superintendent of
tho Hums ugciioy here. v
Nordskog wns arrested Into Friday
night for tapping wires into tho
Hums ugenoy nnd connecting them
with a telephone in his room in the
Right hotel.
lie refuses to admit or deny tho
charges, but both he and Thayer say
that tho easo if pressed will result in
a most startling exposure, tlmt will
turn this city upside down, and iu
vovo several prominent men.
Nordskog had in his possession a
well kept diary showing all work ho
had done during the past few mouths,
and it was apparent that most of it
involved a campaign against the so
ctilled polico purity sipiad, Rev. Adim
W, Leonard and a police woman.
"And They Lived Happy Ever
After" was dramatised by Philip Dar-
tholonmo from u Gorman one-act
sketch, From tho sumo source bo
obtained "Over Night,"
BURN
DETETIVE
I
IES PRINCETON
YALE CONTEST
Gridiron Battle Resolves Itself Into
Struggle Between Lefty Flynn ef
Old Eli and laker ef the Ti&rs
Wifh Six to Six at End ef Game.
Harvard Defeats Darfmtirth In Hard
Foht Game by a Scere f Thrtf
to G.
PRINCETON, N. J.. (Nov. 16.
True to prediction, tho gridiron bat
tlo hero this aftornopn between
Princeton and Yala resolved Itself
Into n punting duel between ''Lefty"
Flynn of Old Ell and S. Baker ot tho
Tlgera. It was a drawn battle, end
ing with a six to six score.
In tho first porlod, after seesaw
ing back and forward, Vale got tho
ball on Princeton's fifteen-yard lino,
and Flynn kicked a field goat, scor
ing the first three points. In the
second period II. Daker evened up
matters, also kicking goal from tho
field, following this a little later
with another field goal.
With Princeton three points ahead,
Yalo tried desperately throughput the
third quarter to score, but failed.
In the last quarter, bowever,
another field goal evened the score,
and neither sldo was able to score
again during the remainder of the
game.
Story ot Game
Tho, first quarter Gped wlttiYalo1
' punting .behind Princeton's goal.
The ball was then brought to the' 20
yard line, and on successive plays
by II. Daker, S. Baker, Dewltt and
Waller, oighteen yards wero gained.
Dewltt then punted and Yale got
possession of the ball, but failed to
gain. Flynn of Yale punted, and a
booting duol between Flynn and II.
Baker followed. Yale once moro se
cured the ball on her own forty
yard line, and Flynn again punted,
but Baker dropped tho'ball, allowing
Yale to recover It on Princeton's 15
yard line. A place kick: was tried
and Flynn sent the ball skimming be
tween ibe posts, scoring three points
for Yale. There was no moro scor
ing In this quarter. '
Score: Princeton, 0; Yalo, 3.
Princeton Kvcns Scoro
When the second period nponed
Waller of Princeton nnd Flyna ot
Yalo exchanged punts. Then II.
Baker drop-kicked from tho thirty
(Continued on paga 2.)
WILSON'S PLAN OF
EXTRA SESSION
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1C Appro
val of President-Elect Wilson's an
nounced Intontlou to call an extra
session of congress to conveno April
15 was voiced horo today by William
J. Bryun of Nebraska and Speaker
Champ Clark of Missouri.
"I think Mr. Wilson's conclusion,"
said Bryan, "to call an oxtra session
of congrods Is u wise ono. Tho
tariff is tho principal question for
congressional discussion. I seo no
reason why othor Important matters
should not bo considered by commit
tees whllo tho tariff Is bofng re
vised." Speaker Clurk rolturulcd his state
ment that ho favored un extra ses
sion. Congressmen horo this afternoon
predicted a continuous sosslon from
Docombor until next winter. Only
appropriation laws, they pointed out,
could bo euacted In tho short ses
sion, tho time not admitting of ad
ditional legislation.
It was expocted that the scores of
now members at the extra 'session
would cuuso a delay In ouaetlng leg
islation In the house, The narrow
domocrutlc margin In the senate. It
was said, probably would make the
work there also ueowwarlly slew, '
BRYAN
APPROVES
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