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Medford Mail Tribune
Fair lonldit MflV. Iff- Ml.
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Dnlly Mivrnltl Yrr
Prosecution Attorney Milter Causes
Surprise hy Movlnn, to Dismiss
Cases Aualnst Four o( tho Dcfrn
dants In So-Callrd Conspiracy.
At Least a Month Will De Used hy
Defense In Presently Its Side of
Caso to Jury.
' INDIANAPOLIS, Jml., iw. 2.
'riu' golOIIUIimit Inihl.V uloneil it Clin
it-int llio iiiiIuii men, on trial licit
for illocmlly lnnipirling dynnmilo,
with llir tetluiouy of WIIIIiiiii Fir
tun, pttMiltlmt of lliu Seiibnuid Cou
nt ruction comimny.
At'llttK mi lliu iiHilimi of Pro-rcn
lur Cltuile. W. Miller, United Sti'e
Indue Auilcraon Iwlny ilUnlmut'i!
WiIIInih K. Kmwon l' Detroit; .Mi
Carioll of 8yrmtWH, N. V.; S. P.
MkmiIomh of IiiiIIhiihmiIIh, mid Mil on
II. I mint of Philadelphia, defeiiiluii
in lliu no-onllm! dyiuinille i'ipnii(i( s
trial in innw lien.
l.mU of Hi Idem e
All four tneti urn official or f.n
iiiiTolficmU of tli liitctuuimiiul A"
MH-iittioii of llrlilac mill Structural
Ironworkem. talk" of evidence wn
llio nmmii MM-tgiied hy Miller for ln
Imltti' Anderson overruled iiiotinii
In ilinrlmrtti' IM'umiIhiiN I'uiiI Morn.i
iiml Juliii II. Ilitirv of SI. tamm
Michael J. Cumiiiiic of Phihtdclpli.r;
M L. Pctiuell, Juiim K. Unv uml
IMwurd Stnjthe of Spnupfn'ld, III:
W. J. .Mut'ulu iiml W. H. Drown of
l'iilin liyr(Jlnrriicii B. Dowi1, llo
ehuHor, N. Y., Clarence llrlmi. Mm
iuu)lix, Hint Fred Mommy, Dululh
F.veeptlotiH wen noted in iwii
.Month for I'cfeiiso
ll mi expected that tit"' defcn"
would iitiiiiri ii moiitli to iiitn,lit-'n
iU cviili'iii'fi. I'm ok M. Hymit prc-.i-ih'iit
of lliu IrouworkeiV nntuuiiuit'oii
ill hn muoiiic the flmt witneo. to
1'rnKiHMitor Miller' motion to !
ohiitjco Defendi'iit" Willium K. Ilci.
nnn, .lolin Cnrrnll, Millon II. Davis
mill S. I'. vlmiilnw- siirpriMul llu de
fense, Miller wiil the evidence show
fil llti'v Iiml witlnlniun from the con
"piracy. 1'. M. llyHii, president of lliu Intr
iiiilionul AtMDi'ialioii of Uiiilui' ami
SliiM'tuml liouwoiki'iv, olio of Hie
oVfimilmilN, wiim lliu firtit iK'I'niNn
wilnchH iiilli'il, lie iMili'Koi'ii'iillv 'Ii'
tiinl KVcolliiiiK li Orlli C. .MrMiihl-Kill'-
coiifiix-liiii wliuli iiiiilii'iilcil Int. i
in llu' ulli'v't'il ihni'imtiHK-.
WAHIIINll'lU.V, lli-f. 2. "Wlmrlt,
With tlnmu kuvoI Hlroki'H toilny. in
niiiitivii1y In tho HiitiHu mid Huiuito.
uxiictly at tlio liruiuu clocliit palatini
to Vi, tlto third nohhIoii ot tlm Hlxty
MtH'uiul cniiKrcHS wan cuuvuiicil. Tho
icoiU'' HorvutitB wuro at work nisaln.
From tho crack of tho ronM'tlvo
Kiivolu, (:(iai:rnH uuttk'd Into tho
lllllCIM of loRlclntlvu bllUlllOUH, to t'llll
only on Murcli I whim a now prettl
iluat ami a iluinocratlu cuiiKroHH Htop
lllntoryohl ni'oiuH worn ropuitiil
Imlay ut tho opouliiK ' ! hoimim.
Auclont piiH-oili'iilH, alinoBt law from
hallowml olmurvnuco, uiro rlKoroiia
fa tlm Hunatn. Kutuitor AuKOHtiiH
0. Ilncuii, Iui'ko, florhl ami tho per
HonUlcatloii or "Humitorlul illmilly,"
did tho hoiiom. IIIh was tho huml
which IlKhtly tappoil tho uinrhlo
toppuil iloHk of tho profiling offlcur.
Hpcakor Uliamn Clark, with vigor-
oiui ami ronoiimlliiK thumpH of hU
kuvoI, ill it similar duty nt tho uouth
uml of the cttpltol.
In hoth chamhors, douth lout u
Hiimhor touch to tho opouliiK euro-
(Contliiuod on pngo 3,)
NOW COM E
FOUR GUN MEN
i ' . .i n
ruu lT 7 IhLu lP tvtfKpJr MKlUHHIItf H SM liv'iBlfeB
( I H ll II I?
wrrc hjfm l,m k 1 in t
On- phi. i 'H
.11' I t j ,
in. .11 , i. r
Itrr t..ii:.li i i I
Crew of Men, Apparently Cruisers,
hut Who Arc Snld to Have Survey
Inn Instruments, Arc Encamped
Aloiin rtluht of Way.
1.A I'INi:, Ore,, Dec. S Tho mi-
UMUiil actUlly of Hit lltnbct lulurerHU
iipnr lo llio ritllwAy clrolcn of In
fliioiiiK, who havo hud In tilt' nulch
liorhood of Iti dlfforiitit cronn In tho
fluid In tho Wnlkor Imnlini for (ho
tiiml tliri'i laoullin rrulxliii; tho tlin
licr, conpli'd with tho itppoftriiiiii- of
coiitrniUorit nt lli'tnl tlu punt Monk,
point h to t'orly count nut Ion opera
tloiiK on tho Orison Trunk railway
rlxlil of way ho nth of Horn! to l.n
Hunduy aftornooii n crow of 10
muii, nppiirnntly criiUnrn, i'nuliiod
with tea m and huppIIoh oiioukIi to
Indlcnto they expoctod to bo In tho
fluid for Home limn, turned off at
tho roiul Icndlm; up J'aulliia creek,
hcvuii inltim northoaiit ' of l.:i Pine.
followed the rreok to the trappnrti'
eahln four iiiIIim wont of riiullmi
lake, where they tire now camped.
Three liitttriiniKiil men are mild to be
In tho ire iv,
l.ato Snttirdii) iiIkIiI A Anderitoii.
reprobenlliiK the firm of Hlnrnon
Co, who Inn e tlm contract to clear
the rlitbt of nay from lleml to l.a
I'iue, reKUtered at a local hotel. At
da) break tho next inoruliiK ho lu
ll ill red of tho landlord tho way to
the el fa red portion near thin point
mil followed the rl-'.ht of way on
foot lo l.nvu llutte, a dhUanro of
about 'JO nitlt'H. Mr. Anderson had
tho contract for clearliiK tho right of
way In tlto vicinity of Cnwcout, SI
iiiIIch Kotith of l.a l'lne, In tho HprliiK
of liito. Wliuu Hiidileuly all work wan
callnd off aliini tho entire lino from
licit (1 HOIItll,
(IcorKo Nelmni of tho firm of .Vol
won HroH., who alho In lit to had a
vub-coiitiaot to coiiHtrunt 10 iuIIcm of
tho Oremni Trunk, from a point
trn Veil iiiIIoh north of lloml to l.n
l'lne, had buun at Head for it ho pant
All the ahovo Htalod fuctit hae
Klvuii rculdoutit of tho Walker Inulii
moro coiifldeiico that iiillway opora
tloiiH are uhortly to bo remtmod than
at any period hIiico tho muinornblo
time of May, 1U10. At that tlmo tho
(Cnntlnuoii on p:iio a.)
G. H. MILLAR IS
(lunt'K" H. Millar will in all proh
ability be tho candidate put fornau'i
for uuiyor by tho ooeiuliHlH of the
city nt tlio comlue; election. That
ho in almost llio uuaulnmuK eliolco
of liin pnily in cm-lain.
Tlio hociulintH lield a iiieetiii'; Sun
day uml lUuousnml candidate ut
homo leiiith. Kevorui uiimoH wore
miKKi"ti'l tiinl talked over hut llio
only tleoUion nnived al was to -ilaoc
SENTENCED TO OIE
.MMCS W TOMPKIN3. GYP "U IE "LEPTY -WiiiTEY
cuter OP POLICG Of CUSOD" LOUIE ." lewis-
id n'-ri !T ' hi' '', uIoiikI iiMcinpt ill ii iticiic iy llw'i fi'ru'i llic four 'U
id) n i il mi. i' Mi't'ifJ. i'. a (.trill ' ji.rr u jr 1 it i
nr hi l-n'i iut jm t a i tnr; tu'io inikKiii'. I lie ii linilKi Icnliri; to Su.c Hiiiir.
Younn Man Just Returned From Phil
ippines Hacks Throat With Dull
Knife Taken to Hospital Where
He Will Recover.
William Knrrell, a nntlvn of Mluu-
impolln, who w-nn recently dUclmrfiCd
from tho United State army and
had Jimt returned from tho I'hlllp-
plum, Martled tho pjBuoiiKcm on
train No. H! IuhI inenlnft between
I'hocnlx uml Medford by attcmptlm:
to kill hltmieir. Tho diillueiis of tho
knife ho lined together with tho
proniptueMi with which panenjer
hurled thomselvos upon him pro
vented him from cnrryliiK out hi"
purpono. lie wan taken to tho Sa
cred Heart hotipltal In thU city whore
ho wan trentod. He will recover.
From all appearanccn tho youiiR
mini I u n victim of ttoino ilruR habit
and It wiim while ho wnu erased by
Itu effentH that ho attempted to uml
OwIiik to IiIh ravliiKu at tho hospl
tnl .Sunday nlnht the hUIith np
luvileil to tho police to tttatlou a miard
by hU bednlde ThU wan done.
25 IN PERIL; SHIP
KAN' FltA.NTlKtO. Dee. U. -The
I'litlcnu hi (.'oituly of I.iulitlipiw
eniryiiii; a erew of Iwenly-lixe, is
on the Kiel;- oil' Utter Point on tho
went ennui of Vnucoiivor lelitml, no-emiliii-;
to n (liKpaleh leeeivcil liere
tliix ufleriioon, by tho Miuino Kx
elinuKe. Tho hi-; lioal run nunniiul
iliiiiui; llio ni)lit uml it ii biiiit lite
ship in in a hopeless condition, no
hope hoim,- entertained of mix in-,' the
erew or sliip.
Offered to Kill for $2000
SAI1" I.AKK CITY, Ulnli, Dee. 2.
IU'ciiiimi lie i nlli't-cil to lmo offered
lo kill ti man for .fJ.OOO, Kletelior
Prohluiii ii priwilo ileteelive, is today
in juil liere.
The police believe Prchlon lo lie in
sime. PROBABLE CHOICE
u full ticket in tho field, uml to hold
ii meeliiiK next Friday when noiniuii
lions will bo (loliiiilely made,
Aeeonliii)' lo -imminent, members
of tho party their liokel will ho about
us follews: For nuiyor, Ocoro ll.
.Millar; for city recorder, O, H, Snteh
well; eouuuilmun, find ward, J. C.
Hitruea; hucoikI ward, Alden Hraok
inreed and I. M, Tliouias. No niituo
hiiH yet heiMi biijjtjosloil in tho third
ORKCION, MONDAY, Dltf-KJMHIiltM., 1012.
FOR RQSENTHALMUflDER BEING LEO INTO
GOWIPLETECURE iSUPREME COM ORDERS INSTANT
FOR PHTHISIS i JISS0L0TI0IARR1AN MERGER
IS DISCOVERED'rOAD" DISTRICT 9 SOUTHERN AND
Youu-j German Physician Has 1000
Cures Ready to Exhibit to World J
Serum Fi om Turtle Kills Every Tu
bercle In Every Patient He Has So
MKKI.IN', Dcii. '.'.-L'oiiiplelc uml
nbniilule euro l'or every victim of
tnbcrculiihin uUle he in in the very
la-t htiie of the "white iiliijiio" io
tho t'hnbtimw ulfl lo the world nn-
iiouncc.l hr. toil an by Dr. KiedcricU
Fnin-s Frieilninn, n yoiui'r (lennnri"
pli.Vhieiiin, who clnino to have 1,000
cures ready lo display to the wieu
lihth of the world.
Hy the himple injection of u -criun
gained from the turtle. Dr. Friedman
says, he has immediately killed every
tubercle in every subject en fur t rent
ed, uml inniiitniiw Hint eerv single
eiisK tica I id with the injection wus
cured, mivc only tliofe whoc vitality
wiin no fur 111110 iir. lo leave physical
recovery mi iiiiHintlttlily.
Two weeks ago Dr. Fiieilimm
nstoumlcd tlio Mivants bv diMilarinu'
in it publie coiifcrcuee that he had
been Miecoifullv Irealiti-r tuberculo
sis for two yearn. Xlun.v of thone
piencnt admit that Friedman liu
eouipicrcil tho neour-;i, and several
(lermaii ho-pilaU me already turn
ing over their ciim's to hiiu.
ltcnli-iiu-; tho iiummihity of the
new i lo tie world at lnrj;0. the News
paper 1'iilerprine AsnoeialioiiV rep-ic-cntuttve
in llitlin. V. (2. Shepheid
al once invohtiiitcd.
"My Irentuient is very Riniple,"
Dr. Friedman told .Mr, Slo'plietil
"One injection of the serum imtuilly
drives all hiiin of tuberculosis from
(lie system. 1 have lived in a wot Id
of iixloniolunoiit lur moro llian'a year.
1 havo seen men, women ami children,
who were doomed to ilcnlli iniiilo ier
feelly vihnlo iipiiu in the space of a
few weeks. Hut llio rcuti'it wonder
to me is that the serum iuimuuii'cn
iitfiiiiiht tiihoiuiiloMs, like vaeciiiation
IIih'.n Not Vncclmito
"Do you vaccinate a in t-iunll-jminY"
the pliynician was asked.
'No, 1 only -jive an injection with a
syringe of the same serum Hint 1 use
for pnlieiils, A slight local svvelliuir
follows hut no rmiuiii'; nores, 1 havo
produced eiiou;h of tho eiilturo to
(Continued on pago 3.)
WOLGAST TO MEET
LOS ANflKIKS, Oil,, .Doc. a
Ad WolKiut Is willing to meet Joo
IUvora on Kobruury 22. Tho for
mer champion U In Lou Angolas to
day, and hit) (list declaration, after
explaining hi" dofeut by Hltchlo, was
to announce hU vvllllnguosK to meet
tho Moicnn. Ho will confer with
Wolgast will roinaln hero until
'tlmo to return to San Francisco to
condition hlmnolf for his Now Years
duy mutch thore, his probublo oppou
cut hPiUR Franlilo lltirns.
inr- tvui l- wl i X tto u..inlt' if lleriniiii Itonrnllml In New ork city in Jaly
n iitkii a i icff Ken York and at ibey nrrk id ak the prlioo.
OF SPECIAL LEVY
Upper Rogue River District First to
Call Mectlnq to Levy Special Tax
for Road Building Purposes in Ac
cord With Law.
Tniayer of Kouil DlftrietXji. tl
will take advuiitaKO of their rights to
linilil better roads at u ili-lrict ami
have called a iiieetiii-; for Dee. 'J7
nt Fuyart's hall on the Knyort rnneli.
Thoe iuterentcd have taken the nco
oniiry le-nil steps preparatorj to
ealliii-; the meetiu-; and bcliuvu Hint
there will be mi difficulty in Kvltitu
a miijority iixrceincnt for the tax
levy. Aiuonir tho-e active in tlte move
are Jiimon K. Grieve, S. 8. Aiken, L.
A. Ditsworth, .Tolm (Irinve, I). W.
Pence, .1. I Ditsworth, T. M. Peelor,
It. II. Vincent. T. U. lli(.Tiubotlmin,
Kd Pence. M. F. i'enee.
F. I Ton Vellc and Y. C. (.cover
eoiiferrttd with eituims in Itoad Dis
trict No. 1, Saturday and in all prob
ability this dUlriot will aNo act. it
embraces th" southeast corner of the
comity iiiclmliuj; a -Kirtiou of Ash
land east of Dear creek.
I'OUTLAXD, Ore., Dec. 2. The
victorious suffragettes aro having
their Inning lu Oregon today with
elections In half a dozen towns on
widely varied Issues.
Oregon City Is selecting n mayor
w'Mt Mrs. Kate Newton as ouo of the
Jn Tillamook. Grunts Tats and
lteiid mayors aro being mimed also.
KUDLANDS, Oil., Dec. '-'.Albert
K. Smiley, philuutropliUt. uml inlei
uatioiinlly known us a iwueu advo
cate, died early today at his homo
here. Ho wns 83 years of a-c. Ihs
wife, who lies critically ill, will tot
be informed of his ilcmUo.
Smiley also was well known in
America tliroti-h his labors for the
betterment of the uero and tho In
dians. Tlio local wealhor is to havo a
far closer tab kept upon it in tlio fu
ture than in the past, and for this
reason H, A. Deals, district forecas
ter, is in Medford loday oont'emng
with Professor P. .T. O'Guru and dis
tributing instrument lo many volun
A record of tho weather, air cur
routs, temporaturo and tlio liko will
bo kept nt Talent, Hollvvood, Hillcrest
LOCAL WEATHER SERVICE ENLARGED
Suit Launched by Government in 1907
Finally Decided in Supreme Court
Where Every Contention Raised by
Uncte Sam Is Upheld.
WASHINGTON,- - Dee.' ' 2. The
L'niti'il Stnten niipremc court ordered
today tho immediato dinsolutinn of
the llurrinuia merger of tho Union
Pacific and Southern Pacific rail
Tho government started its biiit in
11(07 and the supremo court's decis
ion today Mtntuins every one of the
government's contentions. The eom
liiiiatioii, the court ruled, is doing
businexs in violation of the Sherman
The plea of tho railroad attorneys,
usking invocation of the "rale of
reason" to the merger, was refused
bv the court, it being held that the
defendants "unreasonably'' restrain
The ownership of forty-five per
cent of all the Southern Pueifio stock
by the Ilarriniau interests was de
clared illegal, a ml sharply disapprov
ed by tho court. The Harrinuiti in-teri'st-.
in the Santa Fe and Salt Iike
railroads nlo was held to be illegal.
Tlio decision of the court was un
animous, Justice Yaiideventcr not
The I'tah circuit court was direct
ed to tuke charge of lliu dissolution
and a prcncntulioii of its plans to the
supreme court within three months
T GUILTY IS
PLEA OF HICKEY
11UFFALO, N. Y., Dee. 2. Whon
arraigned In court today horo, J.
Prank Mickey, pleaded not guilty of
tho murder of Joseph Josephs, n boy,
whom ho Is alleged to huvo tortured
boforo slaying him. Mickey's trial
was sot for December 16.
Supreme Court Adjourns
WASHINGTON. Dec. 2. Without
deciding either the anthracite triisl or
rate eases, tlto Initcd States su
premo court udiourned here tod'.y-
and Central Point. Additional in
struments will bo placed at tho sta
tion hi Jacksonville and Medford. l
means of these Htih-statious through
out the valley closer observing ivill be
tho rule which will prove of grt.it
benefit during llio frost season.
Mr. Deals is taking grunt prido in
a recent rciort of tho weather huiean
which gives tlio palm for efficiency
mid accuracy to this district.
3 BE SEPARATED
14 DAY PEACE
!T0 REIGN OVER
Signing of Armistice Will Come To
morrowTriple Alliance Is Renew
ed for Three Years According to
an Announcement Made Today.
Russia Doing Everything In Its Pow
er to Prevent War letween Austria
UEltLIN, Dec. 2. Tho triple 1
ll.inco between Cormany, Austria and
Italy Is renewed for thrco years, ac
cording to announcement hero loday.
Tht Ii recarded as significant In
view or the disturbed Balkan condi
tions. CONST ANTINOI-LK, Dec. 2. That
tho signing of a fourteen days armle
tlco for dlscusslou of peace terms
between Turkey and tho Balkan al
lies will bo delayed until tomorrow
Is tho official announcement horo to
day. Tho provisions of the armistice. It
la learned, Include "an agreement
which covers nil of European Tur
key: that tho Turks may re-vlctual
Adrlanoplo. Scutari and all of tho
Turkish forta dally: that tho oppos
ing armies remain In their present
positions, and that both agree to
glvo forty-eight hours notice It hos
tilities are to bo resumed."
Tho public schools aro ordered re
opened. rrlnco Womidea
LONDON. Dee." 2. Prln'ciy T)anll
lo of Montenegro lies aaogeroualy
wounded in a hospital at Rtega, ac
cording to a despatch from Cettinje.
Ho was shot through the Intestines
at tho assault ot Scutari. King
Nicholas Is at tho bedside of tho
ST PETERSDUrtG, Dec, 2. Dec
laration that Hussla is doing every
thing lu Its power to prevent war be
tweon Austria and Servla was niado
hero today by Foreign Minister Saxa
noff. Ho Insisted his goverumout
would tnko no stop likely to provo
offensive to anyone.
nERLIN, Dec. 2. Opon warning
to Hussla to keep "hands off" In
Austria's dlsputo with Servla over
an Albanian port on tho Adriatic
Sea was voiced hero today In tho
IlelcbHtag by Chancellor Von JiotU-maan-llollwcg.
"If Austria's rights ond Interests,"
ho said, "arc not respected, or If a
third power attacks Austria, of l(
Germany's own position in tho fu
ture is cndiiugered, wo will tight."
BY POPE PiUS X
IIOMH, Dee .2. At a public con
History of tho Sacred College, Popo
Pius X toduy conferred tho red hufc
on tho last fivo of tho eightoca cardi
nals created a year ugo, and who as
yet had not received this finul in
signia of their rank as princes of tho
Tho fivo included thrco Spanish
cardinals and two Austrian, who at
tho time of their clovutiou to tho
Sacred College, November 27, 3011,
instead of coming to Rome to receive
tho red berretto and tho red hat at
tho luinds of tho Pope, had tho for
mor conferred by tho King of Spuin
and tho Emperor of Austria, rc-.pc.)
lively, mid then awaited tho Hiiinmor.u
of Popa Pius before coming for tho
latter. Tho fivo wore:
Giuseppe Maria do Cos Y, MaeliQ,
archbishop of Vulludolid.
Antonio Vice, apostolio nunxio to
tho court of Madrid.
Frniicisuo Duller, archbishop, of
Francisco Nagl, -irehbiMiop of Vi
Ktirlco Ahuavaz Y, Buutos, arch
bishop of Seville.
ON FIVE CARDINALS