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rEDKORO MATti TUTBUNT5. arTCtVFOttD, ORF.OON, THURSDAY, NOVlriWft 21, 1012.
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IS VICTORIES OF TOE BALKAN IMIES
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, T. A. LeMnslcr. an insurance agent
recently bound over to await notion
liy tlio gmnd jury on n chnrgc of
bigamy line but otio wifo now, nl
t hough ho hnd two Inst week when
jailed. A decreo 01 divorce was
granted Tuesday at Eugene whudi
forever unseals the marriage bond
which existed between him and Vina
JoMastcr. The divorce camo but
probably too Into to save him from a
term in .inli.
According to LcMastcr's story he
wns separated from bis wife at Eu
gene seven years ago and has not
seen her since At the time of the
separation ho gave her money with
which to secure n divorce and states
thnt ho supposed she had done so
long ago. It seems that she did start
tho suit but never brought it to a
close.
About a year ago LoMastcr met.
wooed and won Mrs. Rose E. Loai,
proprietress of El Blanco, rooming
house. They were married nnd for a
timo according to LcMnstcr lived
happily and contented. Then fnmih
(roubles arose which camo to a .crisis
when Mrs. LcMaster administered i
severe drubbing using a piece of hoso
as a shillnlah.
LcMnstcr's accounts of this epi
sode is dramatic in tho extreme,
''One, evening I was seated in my
chair," he states, "reading tho paVc
when my wife secured a rope and be
gaii lo tie mo in. She was joking
and acted in a spirit of fun. I M
her tie me in but asked her what
it meant.
"'I don't want my sweetheart to
run away she answered. After she
had rnc tied she suited a piece of
garden hose and gave mo a bad beat
ing. I was helpless. Then she threw
niy- clothes into the street and told
mo to 'beat it'."
LoMastcr was asked what he did.
"I beat it," was his answer.
Mrs. LcMaster later found out that
her husband had a former wif at
Eugene and his arrest followed.
"They have framed thw up." he
declares," but I acted in aro-id faith."
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CANDIDATES FOR SUSPECT SAYS HE meoford booklei ai advance in prices Italians propose to
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COUNCIL COMING
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SAILORS
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FROM DERaiCT
VICTORIA, B. C, Nov. 21. Eight
sailors arc recovering hero today
from the vffects of a ten day's fight
for life on a derelict in the "roaring
ionics" after sunning two ninety
mile an hour gales, a mass of splin
tered wood that was once the trim
schooner E. K. Wood, lines the shore
of Cape Cook.
Tho Wood sailed from Port Town
send for Sau Francisco on November
C. during a heavy sjorm which grew
btcadily worse. When four days out
she begun to make water, and the
pumps were kept going from that
timo until the vessel was abandoned.
A gallant effort was made to work
tho vessel back to ixirt. but Sunday
the second ninety mile gale hit her
stripping her clean and breaking her
back., rearing she would cnpMze,
jho dcckload was cut away aid with
it wont main and mizzenmasls. Drift
ing straight onto the rocks off Cake
Cook, the men gave up all hope, but
at the last minute the Canadian fmli
cry cruiser William Holiffo hove in
sight and put a line aboard and took
off tho men. A (bird storm came
up before- sbo could reach port Wed
nesday, tho lino carried away and
tho Wood broke up on the West Bar
rier reef.
With four candidates actively lu
the field for mayor, with prospects
of one and possibly two more com
ing out soon, interest In political cir
cles today centered about tho candi
dates for tho couucil. I'ach ward in
the city has men out who aro desirous
of annexing tho ?2." per which Is
attached to the office.
D. J, Stutl today announced his
candidacy for the council from the
second ward, as did Charles I). Gay,
who has resided !n the ward for
many years.' Col. If. II. Sargent
is also mentioned for the place but
has not as yet announced his candi
dacy. Doubtless others will be out.
In tho first ward Kd Jf. Andrews
Is tho only man as yet to annoituco
his candidacy.
In tho third ward A. S. Hilton is
out while John Dcmmcr is expected
to follow soon. ,
Tho socialists plan to put a full
ticket in the field.
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HOTS
SUSPECT SAYS HE
IS GUILTY; RICH
LOOT RECOVERED
Following tho full confession
Wednesday night that ho was one of
men who held up Warren's saloor.
at Hilt. Cat., and escaped with J2G00
and several diamonds, Frank Browu
lce, alias "Goldle' Brown, alias, S.
O. Smith, was taken to California
Thursday morning by Sheriff How
ard of Siskiyou county. Tho dia
monds and a portion of tho money
were recovered.
Drownleo's confession followed his
Identification by tour of the men who
wero in the saloon when it was
robbed. He told whero he had left
the diamonds and these havo heen
recovered. They had been turned
over to a woman at Ashland by
Urowulco as ho was on his vay to
this city. Oh ono point only was lie
silent and that In regard to his part
ner. Ho refused to glvo his name or
tell where ho was at present.
An attempt has been made to con
nect him with tho train robbery re
cently at Delta, Cal., but this failed.
Brownlco says he can prove he was
at Yreka when that robbery occurred.
The Comniorciiil club on Wednes
day evening decided that it wns ad
visable that the community booklet
be disposed of a little more liherully
than heretofore, and that the secre
tary be instructed to keep a supply
of booklets with whatever leaflet lit
erature which may he necessary en
closed, nnd properly tntiiped ready
for distribution, mid Hint if aiiyotio
whether thoy belong to tho club or
not, or wliollior.thcy aro citizens of
this community or not, wishes to
scud any booklet or booklets that
the secretary should only require
from such pcnoii the actual cost of
postage.
Certain fast trains operating be
tween Chlcaf-Q and tfionorthwost are
equipped with cledricrangcs for
cooking purposes.' . "
NKW YOKK. Nov. 21.- With nr
advance in prices, due to a bottei de
mand for stocks. condition.H in (ho
stock mnrkct wero promising at tha
opening hero today, ('hnugcx wero
confined to fractional gains princi
pally iimong standard issues. .South
ern Pacific iniido the largest rise,
advancing !t-t.
As the day advanced spcoulatinn
took on u firmer tone, numerous
stocks rising one to two ixiints among
them Canadian Pacific. Union Paci
fic, reading, St. Paul, Haltimotc ami
Ohio nnd Smelting. Call loans open
ed at 5 3-1 and later jumped to six
per cent.
Tho market closed stropg. .
Bonds wore steady.
Fruit' labola In any color printed
by tho Mall Tribune. tf
KOMI', iNuv. 2 1. A popular aal
tntlou wnn nturted In Italy for a
series of rewards and promotions for
tho unity aviators who played such
an Important part In Tripoli during
tho TurkUh-ltallnu war. '
Practically all of tho army and
navy officers and privates who ill
tlnKtilxlicd themselves have bucu
generously rewarded. Nothing,
however, bus been' dono for tho
aviators, owIiik to tho fact that tho
aviation corpi, being a new depnrt
uteitt of national defense, no legal
provision for ruwurda of merit Is yet
mndo.
Owing to tho luru number of
voters who iniint bo roulntcrud fur
tho city election, tho city council
will, In all probability iiitnio two or
moro roiflHtratloii honrds liiHteiul pf
tho ono provided for. With tho
wontyn vnlliiR between 11500 nnd
.1000 lognl voters reside lu tho city
and all must rcHlstnr. Tho charter
provides that theno must resistor bo
foro a hoard which sotii from 1 until
7 p. in. for 10 days, This would
necoHHltato ri'KlxUirlng 'JKQ or :I0()
cncli day which Is considered inijion
nlhlo. If poiitlhla n rpttlnt ration hmird
will ho niuiuid for onch ward and this
will kIvo ll ul opportunity to en
roll. ItoKlstratton will tint open until
December II, 30 tlnyn boforo election,
An olectrto lluht, which It switched
on to llliimtpatn an automobile step
when tho door Is oputild, luis been
patented lu Knclaud.
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HE FAILED TO DIE
HPOICA.S'IJ, Wash., Nov, 2 1. llo
cnuno ho did not did an predicted,
Wllllniu Goldblntt, a Jeweler, broiiKht
suit today for $1 ft, 000 nunluist Dr.
O. II. Itohr hero today. He altcRc
that tho doctor told him ho. was su(
furlnc with cancer of tho ntomnch
nnd would live only n short while, so
ho sold his bimlncRt at n sncrlflcn ami
waited for donlh, Watting soon be
camo tlrcDoiuo unit ho comulted nomo
specialist, who found that ho was In
perfect health.
I'lrthyferlnii Church.
The "110110 Mlstdou Ktudy" still
continue at thq focsbylorlnu church.
Mont IntnniMltng subjects hnvu been
counlderod. ToiiIkIiI -will bo tho
most entertaining nnd Instructive, of
all. Dr. Hearst of Central Point
will speak on "Our Drifting Popula
tions," and tho educational nnd re
ligious questions arising In coime
quenco. Kvuryhody I Invited . to
come. All ovaiiKnllcnl churches lu
America aro ntudyliif- ' theao ques
tions this week.
WIFE NEW SCH00LH0US
PYTHIANS
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PRESENT
MIKADO
PORTLAND, Nov. 21. Because
he gave way to insane jealousy at
seeing his ex-wifo in another's com
pany and fahot tho woman on a
crowded street, Byron Jcnuisoti. 21,
is today under nrrcst, and his pretty
young victim is near death in a hos
pital. The girl was returning lo her lodg
ings with Victor Palmer, a young
acquaintance, with whom sho had
spent the evening, mid Jciiuisou, af
ter following them for several blocks
confronted them in front of tho V. Jf.
C. A. building, opening fire at once,
then turned tho gun on himself, but
the best ho could do was set his
clothing ablaze, and in this plight he
ran into u policeman's nrms.
The girl was rushed into the Y. M.
C. A. lobby und before losing con
sciousness positively identified her
assailant.
Palmer is also under arrest.
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MONDAY
Tlicatergoers will be, pleased to
learn thnt tho K. of 1 ludgu bus
mado n contract with the Burgess
brothers for a production of Gilbert
& Kiillivau'tf uiost famous opera "Mi
',J(ndo" on Tuesday and Wednesday,
Dec,. 30-11, The opera will bo pro
duced with u professional cast and u
uhbrus of -10.
Owe most commcudublo feature of
(h'ti occasion will bo the special sou
venir program, tho entire proceeds
from, wWb will be. devoted to muk
Itlg. ClirWiinufj merry for thu iMiorer
tUJilNH of Medford, tho plan includ
guW ejilwulid Christmus tree on
Cbrifca ve with inusio and other
MHjlfliiintHirril mid a Sanfu Claus to
:kMH jait6, candy, toys, etc.,
ififiMtijUlBgl company carry
blanks.
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LABOR LEADERS TRIAL
SALEM. Muss., Nov. '!.- As final
urgumoiit on behalf of Arturo (lioy
iinnitli, accused, together with Jo
seph Kltor nnd Antonio (.'iiriiM), of
murder grpwing out' of the Lawrence
textile .fttrike, Attorney Peters de
nounced hero today thnl'the "com
mon wcnlthV dragnet procexs" f
bringing only witnesses who would
discredit the defendants and for
"side-tracking witnesses tending to
show their innocence.1'
Peters portrayed in his speech the
plot mo of twenty-five thousand
starving mid freezing poisons in
Lawrence, driven beyond humuit con
trol. "Pa" Corbln, tho old'Valo star, is
at New Huven helping tho Kls
through their paces. '
School Avill open .Monday in the
new school house erected in District
100 just north of the city limits at a
cost of $5000. This district now
has onc.of the most modern and com
pletely equipped school buildings in
tho county.
The up-to-dutc manner in which
tho school was eqmppcd is due in a
great degree to the efforts of I. A.
Merriman, chairman of the board of
directors und Louis Bennett, clerk.
These men insisted on only the best
und succeeded in securing it.
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YOKOHAMA. Noy. 21. Battered
by head seas from tho time sho left
tho straits on tho American, side,
tho Steamer Lord Ctidzon from
Seattle for Orlontal ports, was towed
Into port late yesterday In' a badly
dauiagcd condition by tho British
Htcam Trawler Mlnatour, Over
forty days out, tho Curzou was
sighted off tho north of Japan by
the iMInatour flying distress signals,
and" Captain Ilondrlckspn asked fpr
assistance which was Immediately
given.
The condition of the cargo Is not
known.
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FACTORY OWNERS FORM
STATE ASSOCIATION
PORTLAND, Nov. 2 J. Pur the
purpose 'of forming u State Mnnu
fncturers' association, .100 Oregon
factory owners and proprietors are in
this city today. Bovoral prominont
speukera addressed tho organization
meeting on trade problems.
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the Marshall Isolds and all the other retail merchant princes of our era,
You will notice that the big city merchant keeps at it every day in the yoaiv-that is the reason of
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He has something to sell soino store news worth imparting J,o the public, somo bargain to offer
or some one thing to interest and attract purchasers. .
lie makes his name' a topic of household conversation. His store news is read as eagerly as any
other news. His store is thronged with buyers till seasons.
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