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TURKEY REJECTS PEACE TERMS OE ALLIES ANO WING IS RESUMED NEAR CONSTANTINOPl
TURK WARSHIPS FGHT FLOORS . ..rife mm&m r- pnDRAfrTim -i
BLOWN UP BY
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Bulnnrlans Salt! to Have Destroyed
Battleship Hamldlcli Sullan Re-
Jccts Terms of Allies ami Flghtinn
Is Onlcrcil (icsttnied.
Cliolcra Ravajics Amonji Turks Con
tinue, With Fifty Per Cent Mor
tality Amonii Victims.
SOFIA. Nov. at. -U l n-ixirU'il
licro I tint (i niilttarlna turiivilu boat
tuiH blown p ttio TtirUUli virnhl
Iliimlilloli,ttiil liitl iiiiiii)' TurhB wore
ltlllml.
VIKNNA, Nov. 21. Hon In notl
flml AiiHtrlu todiiy Hint nil n-Htrlo-tloim
In tho Tiirnoy tnrrltory rai
luruil y Horvln, lmvo boon roinovoil,
unit I lint Horvlii U iiroimrliiK to mnko
roHtltiitlou to nil wbn Hiiffon'il nt tbo
bnnilH of tbo Hiirvlitu troopo.
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(Continued on imo a.)
PREDICTS 1913
HOODOO YEAR
I'AUIH. Nov. 11! -Tbul lttltl l
tlimtliioil to bo n Moody your In tbo
lii-mllctloit btiro toiluy, of Mine liu
I'lHlbOB, II Willi HllOWIl IHOpbOlfHB of
thin city, ron'nor frlond of Clonurul
lioiiliuiKor mid Ibo yommur Dniuiiii.
AmcniK tbo ovoiittt proillctod nro
Hint PurlH will bo tbo hcoiio of n tor
rlbld iboiitor flroi tbo (lonniui om
jmror limy ;omo to 1'urU, but not ih
UIiik! tbo 1'ojin will lo; Italy will
wltni'iiB n political upboiiviil iiiul poi
Ilium u now IdiiK, tbo 1'rlneo or WhIoh
will niBlKii, l'oluiitl will bo freed, nnd
UiilKiuiii wl(ll pluy ft stiipondolis rolo
In lOuropo.
Miulimio Ho TltoboH, It Ih biiIiI, pro
dlctod tbo iu'uauiit Hiilluui wr list
nocombur,
ON
MEDFORD
OF
FALL IN STREET
Sixth Street Side of Marquam Clock
In Portland Corpses Contains
Orphcum Theatre and Many Office
RoomsNo One Injured.
Bulldlnn Was Bclnn Remodeled
Cracks Gave Warnlnn EnJIro
Structtiro Doomrd.
I'OHTI.AND. Nov. 21. Kielil
floor on llio Hi,lli hlrvot otVlho
Miiriiinm liuiMiuK, u hkyrnMir in
tbo lii'itrt of llto IiiihIiiosh Kuutlon col
lupHci) with u (lototmlion Hint could
li bi'iinl for blocks. Tho Ktrcuts mil
roped )ff in llio vicinity of tbo buiUU
inj,'. nnd n ooinph'to collupHU of tliu
Kivnl Nlnictttru i ot iinprobiiblc.
Tho liiiihliii: conlniiw thn Oriiliouui
llmnli-r ami inuuy offico rooniP. It is
pnilmlilo tho ImiUiHhkh on nil Hides
will bo cleared of Ihcir oemtpuutri ninl
11 wiilo .iliHlriut roped off if piesmit
!nr ('nicks in the huildiiiK inoron.i'.
A crush at -I o'clock thin morning
cut u wide iiooo in the Mile of the
building for five stories, bill it wiu
belieied to ho duo to ultvrntions co
in on in tho sliucluro nnd was not
conslduied a hourco of danger, l'ruu
lienllv llto whole of tho Sixth Hired
wall of tho hiiildini; caiuo down, how
ever, ,iul before noon, hut tin Ihn
slreels liud nlieiuly been voped-off
heoiiiio of tho earlier uceidunt, no
one wiih hurl, and Ibo pornoim work
ing on tliu break had mealed tho
hiiihliiiK for I'1 'll,u,,, ""ur
Thousands of people arc withered
amiind tho ropen in tho viuinily of
Iho huildinj,, hloekiiiK traffic, Street
cur Minico In tho iunneiliato vicinity
Iiiih licuu HiiHponded. Tho building in
ht'iiis: vapidly vaunted.
All lenanlH wcro thin afternoon or
dered out of tho Muniuain huildiun;
by Iho unthoritUw indicaliiiK u col
lapso Ih fenred,
Al tho thuo of the Miooud ofiibh
thoro won a wild scrainblo for Hafoty
in Sixth ptmol and Mis W'ntkliw, n
pedcHtriau, wiih thrown down nnd hor
rluht Iok broken,
AroliUeot roNiuiiton in ohnrpo
of tho reiuodelipK work and It, 0.
(1 ni co of tho llurloy-MiiHoii Con-
Btmiction oompnuj'; lniscd (lonti by
SKYSCRAPER tfgji. - arigg .... APFQwrnFRm
MEDKORD,
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IMioloprnpliH tnkcii
PORTLAND VICE
Mayor Orders Chief of Policevto Re
port to Judge Gatcns as Scandal
is Beyond Power of Juvenile Court
Accused All Waive Examination.
1'OHTIiANI). Nov. 21. Mayor A.
0. HiibhliKht in a proclamation todn
turned tho polieo departinenl of the
city over to Judpi UateiiB, preidinj:
officer in Iho juvenile court, on no
count of tho fuel that tho present
vice ticaiidal bus gutlun beyond the
powor of the juvenile officers to con
trol. Chief of Police Rlovor is now
reporting to Judgo Oateus instead of
to tho mayor in regard to this par
ticular investigation.
In his proclamation ltuslililil de
dared thai the juenilo coitrl has it
hands full with the scandal nlono nnd
Iiiih little or no time to attend to
uliuoRt us protiui; matters. IIo or
dered Thief Slocr to repoit direct
to .Tuduo (liiluns, the latter iiiuinum;
iuir that ho will lake personal charge
of Iho vicn investigation, flatons is
this afternoon, with Iho help of n
quartet of detoetives and n police
automobile patrol, rounding up more
Mihpools.
In Iho grand jury hearing nil of
those, ooufoshing waived, owmiimtioiii
most; of them stutiug thoy did' not
desire tho added publicity. No at
torneys nppenred in behalf of Iho
confessed persons, prcsunmbly for
Iho same reason, although it is stated
that tho lawyers of (ho city havo no
desire to become affiliated with the
oases at auy cost,
No further arrests wero recorded
today although Judge Oatens has
several under surveillance.
n narrow margin in the cave-in, be
ing nonr the portion of tho wall that
toppled,
SCANDAL GIVEN
AID OF POLICE
MAIL TRIBUNE
OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
nt Clio front by rorrwiKiinleut hlioHlnj; nctiwl Mt-nw In promt Turco-KalkaH war.
HAYES NAMED
TO LEAD FIGHT
ON GOMPERS
Socialists Unite Upon Cleveland Man
for Presidency of Federation
Gompcrs Says Socialists Have No
Conception of Principles Involved.
KOCllKSTMi, X. Y..-XOW 21.
Anli-iidininihtrationUts nt tho annuiil
convention of the Ainoricnn Federa
tion of Labor here today agreed to
iioininato Mux Hayes of Clovclnnd, a
socialist, against Samuel (lompers
for tho presidency of the federation.
During the debute on tho presi
dent's address and report, Delegate
Andrew J. Oallaghcr of .San Francis
co attacked the socialists on religious
and other ground". Delegate Cannon
of tho Western Federation of Miners
defended the party
President (Jumpers then took up
tho subject.
"f never knew a socialist who had
(Continued on paso a.)
150 QUACKS NW
IN DURANCE IE
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21. As u
rohiilt of tho government country
wide probe into the methods of al
leged quack doctors and inannfaetur
ors of patent medicines, detrimental
to tho public health, incomplete re
turns received hoio today hhow that
350 porsons implicated are now un
der arrest.
Chief Post Office Inspector Sharpe
said ho expected to huvo all tho&o
indicted in custody by tomorrow,
PcMnuiMor General Hitehuock has
roqiiosted oiuly trials of' tho defen-iluits,
i p. i - p a vp ) i i
TO KILL
E
TRAFFIC TRUST
Government to Enjoin Proposed
Agreement Between Grand Trunk
and New Haven Railroads as Vio
lation of Sherman Law.
WASHINGTON, -Nov. 21. Deter
mined to provont a railroad mono
poly In Now England, tho department
of Justice today tentatively plans to
enjoin ttio consummation of a pend
ing trafflo ngroomont between tho
Grand Trunk and tho Now York.
Now Haven and Hartford railroads.
to tbls end a special agent baa
gone from hero to Now York to In
spoct tbo" papers nnd correspondonco
lu this connection which tbo roada
havo filed. Tbo Now Ilavon road
presented Us ngroomont but It has
not yet bcon accepted by tho Grand
Trunk. If It accepted ti suit prob
aly will follow Immcdtatoty.
It Is oxplalned hero today that
Attornoy General Wlckorsham
stopped Uultod States District At
tornoy Wlso'a probo Into tho prac
tical morgor to prevent the princi
pals testifying and thus sotting im
munity from prosecution, Jesso
Adklnu, special nsststnut to Wlekor
slium In tho proposed case, will not
say whothor tbo prosocutlou ot tho
roads a 111 bo civil or criminal.
Tho department ot justice Uonlod
today that Its ordor to Wise to stop
his probo foUowlnd long distance on
troatlos from J. P. Morgan and other
Wall Stroot luminaries. Although
tbo Grand Trunk Is a Canadian, cor
poration It comes under tbo provi
sions ot tbo Shorinan law, as It
operates In Now England.
aillRALTAK, Nov. 21. Tho Uuit
pd States cruisers Montanu nnd Teu
iiosseo, on routo to Constantinople,
arrived hero today and after taking
on coal proceeded immediately to
ward tho Turkish capital,
IT
NW
NLAND
EXPLOSIVE FDR
TIMES LIKENED
TO PLUM ELY
McManlgal Tells Further Details of
Destruction of Buildings Always
Rode in Smoking Cars When Car
rying Nitro-Glyccrinc.
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Nov. 21.
Ortlo E. McManlgaI, star witness of
the government In the cases ot forty
seven labor leaders hero charged
with tbo Illegal transportation of dy
namite from stato to state, resumed
tbo witness staud shortly boforo
noon today and continued his de
scription ot dyunmltlugs which bo
declares ho engineered under tho di
rection ot tho officials of tho Inter
national association ot llrldgo and
Structural Ironworkers.
McMunlgal tcstlttod that Jim Mc
Namara told him that when ho loft
San Frauclsco following tho Times
explosion bo dropped .Into tho San
Francisco. Bay a uultcaso containing
four Infornui machines. McManlgal
declared that 0at A. Tvoltnioo was
to moot John McNamara at tbo Iron
workers' convention In St. Louis and
there tell him tbo details ot tbo
Times explosion.
Following up thou tho coast ex
plosions ot tbo pair, McManlgal tes
tified that Jim IcNnmara said a
guilty conscience drove him from the
train at Salt Lake when he was re
turning from Los Angeles. IIo said
tbo other passongors stared at him
too much.,
Jim McNamara, McManlgal said,
visited in Salt Luko under tbo alias
or Williams.
Jim McNamara told him, McManl
gal, said that tho nltro-glycorlno bo
used on tbo Los Angolos job ro
somblod plum Jolly.
McManlgal said bo usually rodo In
smoklug cars when carrying nltro
glycorlno for tho various explosions
ho causod.
Haiti ii?cli ami I-'rkUyr
AlAt. I() MIh, .
NO. 208.
A. C. Allen Dispeses of Carlead at
Dcs Moines, lawa at $f a lex
Which Is HIihest Price fer:Bart
letts Ever Paid te Grew.
Sold on Telegraphic Instructions Af
ter Having Been Held In Csldjj
4fe
Storage.
Shattering nil records for HatlcH,
pears, A. C. Allen of the Hollywood
orchards, Wednesday disced of u
car load of bartlclts n( Dca Moincs,fH
Iown, at $0 a box. TJiis cus'tly lops
all high prices paid for bnrtletts
heretofore.
Tho fruit was sold on telegraphic
instruction after being held in cold,
storage since September. Tho fruit
was of a very high quality nnd in
perfect condition. The car wus han
dled by the Hogue Rior Fruit-& Pro
duce nssocintiou.
The price paid for Ihw fruit dem-
oustrntos oleurly tbo advantages of ,
a pro-cooling and cold storage plant
(Continued on page 2.)
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CITY MAY DO MIR
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OFFIGALS
WORK FOR NOTHW
A movement has -neon launched in
tho city to Initiate u charter amend
ment for submission (o the 'people u
January at the general city elwrtlon,
abolishing the nularlw a'tt prsHt
paid to tho mayor and oaiincllmeii.
Tho petitions are now bejiiffprepared
and will bo circulated within the ,
next few days.
Thoso in cbargp of thw, movement
Btato that tho payment, .of wlarlaw to
tbo council men Is a nowlipwi'wttiWHW;
as tbo work (bey are ea.llMVnirta "
do now Is not nearly as ktyHi(tw'v
years ago when galarbw'ww ,v4i
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and wfprk outside , of VwiwUr &t:-h
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