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iAtKDEQKD3rAXL.TRTBU3rEm0RT), OKKCION, WKOMMSDAY, NOVRMRWU 20, 1012.
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MY WICKERSHAM VALUABLE HORSE (COUGAR HOLDS UP
WASHINGTON, Nov. 30. Flat
charges tlint Attorney Qcnornl George
Wlckcrshnm Is protecting John
1). Arch hold, president of Jtho Stand
ard Oil Company, from .arrest on a
federal Indictment returned In Texas
wcro made- hero today hy Attorney
V II, dray ot Uoi8ton. The Texan
conferred with Wlckcrshnm regard
ing the Indictment, which charges
Archbold with violation ot the Sher
man antl-truat law.
"If a poor devil of a counterfeiter
or a 'moonshiner' had been In
dicted," said Gray, "ho would have
been pinched.' Hut In this case,
where tho powerful Standard Oil
company Is concerned, Wtckorsham
steps In and says: 'I understand the
evidence- Is not sufficient to convict.'
and directs that tho warrant bo not
served on Archbold.
"It strikes me that tho Texas grand
jury and not Wlckorsham should de
termine whether the evidence Is suf
ficient or Insufficient. Tho grand
Jury and a United States district at
torney In Texas thought It sufficient.
Wlckcrsham'a action amounts to a
trial ot tho case by the department
of justice ana not by a court.''
Cureless shootinj uii llie pint of
loom MMitiMiicu ts sum to ue iopon
ible for tho loss of a valuable hoin
owned by 0. Ik Kelicmorhorn Titos
iluy. The iminmtV lc was slintlcrci
by n shot nml so sorioiw wna Iho
wound llint Mr. Schrmerlioru httd tho
nuiiunl blint to put It out of its
misery. Mr. Sclicmerhorn has uuw
declared wnr on hunters mid is plus
lerinjlii. huge imsture with No Tnvs-
puss nmico. ue tiueinrvg it u o
html with the ne.t hunter he otit.-hc.
in his Inrgo field.
This is but one of t'le many instm;
ccs reported this yo.u of thu ibncil,v
work of careless htuilt'i?. Com
plaints hnvo couio from nil sections
of the county.
MOM IN PARLIAMENT
SYDNEY, N. S. W., Nov. 20. -Most
extraordinary scenes were wit
nessed in tho New South Wales house
of assembly yesterday. Pour mem
bers were ejected and four others
were named by Speaker Willis. This
action roused tho iro of Attorney
General William Holman, who threat
ened the speaker with personal violence.
As tho government has majority of
only oue, and Mr. Willis is, although
i-pcakcr of a labor administration, a
liberal, the position of ( the Rovcm
mejit is very pcrculiar. Should the
&cakcr resign, the government would
be forced to appoint a speaker from
its. ranks, mid this would leave the
parties unequal, and probably precip
itate a general electron.
LOST AT ELECTION
SALEM, Ore., Nov. 20. Official
figures rrom all counties but Malheur
today denoto that tho tax amend
ment, reported at first to have car
ried In tho recent election, lost by
about 300 votes. An error of 500
votes In tho affirmative returns from
Ilaker couuty Is responsible.
Tho repeal of tho county lax
amendment and the household tax
amendment Were tho only tax meas
IMPRISONED SNAKE CHARMER
PINES FOR REPTILE PETS
FAMOUS DOCTOR DIES
DCA6N0SIN6 HJS DISEASE
SEATTLE, Wash.. Nov. 20. Dr.
John C. Sundcrbcrg. aged 69, consul
to Bagdad under Presidents Harrison
and Cleveland, and later physician to
tho former Sultan of Turkey, is dead
Always a disciple of science, Sund
erborg'B end was hastened by an ef
fort to further medical knowledego of
the very disease which took his life
hardening of tho arteries.
Ho attended a meeting of tho
King County Medical association
Thursday, and took an active part In
the discussion of this disease explain
ing his own symptoms and telling
what ho had done to promote his
life. While talking ho collapsed,
was removed to tho Seattle gonoral
hospital and died in a fow hours.
SPOKANE, Wn., Nov. 20. Tho
county jail officials nrc today puz
zled as to how they will dispose of
tho case of Alex Smith, snake
chnnner, arrested Tor "bootlepKtnjr,"
who demands that his thrc pet Miukcs
be brought to him in his cell. He is
plainly showine; the effects of their
absence. It is against the prison
rides to admit tho reptiles and n
bartender in whose charge Smith
placed tho snakes when arrested, now
threatens to turn them loose on the
streets if the authorities do not claim
them. The other inmates of the juil
gave the jailer three nnMilp: cheers
when he refused to let Smith have his
Notlco Jo Public.
I hereby give notlco that my wife,
Salllo Turnbogh and children havo
left my bed and board at tbclr own
free will and I will not bo respons
ible for debts contracted by them In
the future unless I give notice other
(Signed) W. TURNDOGH,
LOS ANGELES MANIAC
WELL KNOWN IN UTAH
SALT LAKE CITY, Utuli, Nov. 20.
Albert Henry Davis, tho buppoM-d-ly
demented mun who untied with
six sticks of dynamite, held undis
puted possession of tho centrul po
lice station in Los Angeles yesterday
for moro thai) un hour is well known
to tho Suit Luko police.
Davis was arrested here seven
yenrs ago on n charge of petty lar
ceny, convicted and sentenced to 100
days, in juil. Ho esciiped from tho
chain gang, iKiiiiulhif,' thu shackles
from his fool with a stone, eluded
Ids pursuers. Davis also used thu
liitmo of Vnrr Ilerr.
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CINCINNATI, Ohio, Nov. 20.
Charging corrupt practices In tho
restraint of trade, tho cuso against
John Patterson, president of tho Na
tional Cash ilegjstor company and
twenty-nine other officials of that
corporation was bogun hero today
btifore Judge Howard Hollluter.
John 8. Mtller, attorney for tho
Chicago B8f packers, is In charge
or the' dT8M. The defendants
pIwtM not guMty.
Clark fie Wright
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Publlo Land Matters: Final Proof.
Desert Lands, Contest and Mining
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Bra. 8. nrnopruiMMin IXliM,
, Jan. S3 1-rb.lO
In J fir lltiutrtui Mitt .
160 Powell St., San Francisco, Cal.,
or local agent.
A young son of 11. ,M. Pfefforly of
Waldo had an experience with n cou
gar tho other day that caused tho
cold chills to run along his spine.
Tho lad was returning to his home
from school Just before dlmk, and be
ing late, tho father sot out through
the woods to meet him. When lu a
piece of slashing Mr. Pfefforly hoard
a shriek from the boy, and running
up, found the youngster held at bay
by a full-grown cougar. Tho tawney
beast had como up to tho boy lu tho
trail, and when the father arrived It
stood about flttcoa foot from Its
prey, and was nervouwly lashing lt!
tall from aldo to side. Mr. Pfeffor
ly rushed ut Iho cougar and hurled a
Hitch which hu had lice a carrying at
It, when It turned away Into thu
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ACCUSED IRON WORKER
IKDIAN'AI'OI.IS. Nv. 20.--A new
IkuhNuuiu for James K. Kuv and V,U
ward Suiylhe of Springfield, 111., of.
fieevw of tho IVoriu Ironwoikurw' lo
cal union and defoudnnls in the
dynamite conspiracy trial here, who
wore surrendered to Marshal Schmidt
ycstoiday hy their original hoiuKmeu
had not arrived when tho United
Stutos court com cued today, It'
was said that the now bondsmen
would nrrive before night.
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Stale (lame Warden Klnloy will
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hero to school children.
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Rheumatism Cntlrcly Corns
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