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MEDFORD, OREGON, TUESDAY, DKCICMI3KU8, 1912.
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DANGER GENERAL WAR STILL INCREASES
I H PRAISE ROGUE OKHMDS
VOICED By RUSSIAN OFFICIAL
IN ENTIRE WORLD
GROWING OF FR I
Spends Some Time Here on Inspec
ilon Trip Is Specialist in Horti
culture Russian Department of
EARNS $2,000 EVERY
TIME HE SINGS
Declaring that Iho Hobuo rlvor
alley U llio finest fruit miction ho
linw over seen, and that ho Intend to
Inform hi tropin that to bo success
(nt In (mil growing they must prac
tiro srlotitlllc horticulture 01 It I
tarried on here, Vaclav I1, Nloincti,
NlincUllat In horticulture, of tho Hum
Hliin dnpilrtment of Aarlrulturc, has
left tor hln homo itflor a vlft of sov
oral itayn hero with I'rofrtnor I'. J.
O'dara, Professor Nlemots, at tho
request of tho Mall Tribune prepared
(ho following itatnment:
(11 Vurlav I'. NlminU, specialist In
Mortlcnlturr, Department of Agrlcul
turn. Charkow, Hilda,)
Hy request of it representative of
thii Mod ford Mall Trlbiini-, I am Klv
lug my liupri-ulona of the Homuo rlvor
valley, together with other (acta,
which I trust will hoof some valiiii to
tho fruit grower of thn valley.
It wa only by accident that, 1
.Mopped at Medford for I had been
I n for iimd that thta was not tho place
io atop. My own Intuition, however,
led mn to bellovu that I would tuako
n mlitako If I did not atop at your
iic-tutlful city, Medford and tho
llogun rler valley ua a wholo wan
very highly apoken of by people In
the Kant, bill I wai not nblu to get
imiuh Information about It lifter I
riurlinl tho I'aclflc coiul.
I war very kindly entertained by
I'rofftMor O'Oarn, who took palu to
show me nbout the valley, One thing
I remarked waa that the orchard of
till eccllon are kept In very flnu con
dlllim. I later found out the reason
why, namely, that this cleanliness la
enforced by propor Inapectlon. 1
huso never acen n more careful H) li
tem than I employed In your district.
It would be well for other dlatrlcta
to tako pattern after whnt you uro
doing. I wn much Interested In tho
eauiicry at Talent, Tho llagtey Can
nlng company In certainly dolus n
Kood work. Hern wo find producttt
which would otherwise go to watn
riropnrod Into pnlatablo foods, liven
thu pcollugrt ami cores of apple,
which uro canned, nrn lined for tho
miiklUK of vinegar. I iiimpled tho
varloua products, such an cuuiied
pcara, peachea, tomutnes, etc., and
found them excellent, Tint dried and
evaporated fruits wero ulao of fluu
I wlih I could tall your pooplo tho
vuluu of co-operation In fruit grow
ing. In my country (HiihsIu), wo
1 Mm m
h 'iHbV-'4sssssssssU 'ssssssk I
WITH YOUNG SON
IN ARMS MAN
Tllln Ituffo l t. it ,in-n jinrn.il Ittillaii
barytone wim nrnti iiinrir hi ttra!
iiKariinci in il,r Mcim.im litmi i)hmt
IIuIIm. ,i rL It U miitl Hill l.
I Ibn litirim.t iirl'Cil IhitjU mi I In
Krand epii.i M iji' i ia nt. .i w nalii
U'.tKsJ eury lime be iiih.
RIGHT TO STATION
(Contlnuod on page 3.)
LONDON. Dec, 3 -DcmnuiU by
Russia for a settlement of thn Mon
golian situation on a bail suitable
to Chtpcso honor are. detailed hero
today hy the I'ekln correpondent of
tho Dally Telegraph. The despatch
"Itumla I determined to obtain
railroad connection with her Persian
lino not only nt Urga, hut In tho
western .Mongolia administrative i-eu-tern.
Mho further want tho right
to station permanent garrison In
those, place; mining right and a
general rectification on thu frontier
of thn Province of Holliing Chiang In
Manchuria, In order to Includn cer
tain dltiputed district within trana
Theiio demandH, It Ih liluter, are not
complete. Chlnu, In the meanwhile,
purpose to distribute nt battullnna
of Infantry among the 34 post sta
lion between I'm a and Kalgan a a
first step toward tho resumption of
Refusal of Wife to Return to Him
Leads to Rash Act Willi Six Year
Old Clasped Tlflhl Ho Steps in
Front of Fast Train.
Doy Is Killed Instantly Out Man Is
Only Broken Moans That He
Meant to Go Also.
THREE DAYS EACH WEEK
A number of residents m the city
liuvo confused lliu closing nT Hob
(ViiMilcr'ri meat nIiiII nt the public
market with the entire iimtilutioii mill
now lielievo llio market eloHcil with
Ilia exception of Saturday, Thin iu
not tint enxe. Tlie inurket in open
eueli TiiChiluy, Tliitrriilny titul Suttir
HCArri.C. Wash , Dec. 3, lie.
cnuso hi wlfo would not return to
him, C. A. Johnson, 35 years old, a
laborer, stood In front of un Incoming
passouger train at H o'clock thl
morning with hi six year old sou
Douglas In hi arm.
The train threw the man from
the track, broken but not dead. The
whccla of tho engine and train
pasted over the hoy cutting off hi
Johnson und hi wlfo had been
married eight year. They quar
reled frouiicntly and separated.
Johnson took tho boy anil went to
M6utAna, returning last Friday, lie
found hi wlfo and tried to patch up
thulr 'quarrel. When sho refused to
return to him he threatened suicide.
He and Douglas vlilted Mr. John
son at it 30 thl morning.
"It )ou won't coma back to ut wo
Will both go," atd Johiuon.
Tli ii woman did not hclleve hn
meant It and sho refused.
The man and boy wero later seen
leaving the O. & V. depot going
south. About half a mile from the
depot thoy mot tho train. Tho man
gathered tho boy up In hi anna and
stood on tho track disregarding tho
frantic whistling of tho engineer.
Tho engineer was unable to slow up
Johiuon hn cuts about tho head
and it number of broken ribs.
"1 didn't want It to turn out thut
way," ho moaned on his hospital cot.
"I wanted to go with tho boy."
LADY PAGET NURSE
i:OR BALKAN HEKOnS
SENATE SITS AS iTURKEY AND
ON BRINK OE ARMISTC
.Impeachment Proceedinns Start at
VYashlnoton-Sesslons Will Start
Dally at 2 O'clcck Until Trial Is
Completed One Speech Only.
NEW TRIAL FOR COREANS.
WIRES HE IS BUSY
1'OUTl.ANI), Doc :i.--"t uui eon
t'erriug loiluy with officinlH of tho
puliliu henllli, murine hospitals ser
vice mill the department of justice in
the mutter of ileviiiiiK' ways ami
lueaiiii In htump out iiifnuinus urimes
in the Uniteil Stilton."
TIiih was the telegnim reeeiu'il tu-
dnv fnun Hepirnenlntive A. I.nf-
ferty in relation to tho pnnuihed
)icliitv of tho covenimenl in the
vice Hciimlul uneartlieil here.
The telegram iudieaten Hint I.af-
ferty will have n bill recommending
rinlieiil It'Kihlution iu rvgnnl to Iho
nationwide phase of the scandal com-
mitteo from llio department of justice
iusleml of hiniholf peiMimilly, ul-
tliouch thia is not eoutinned.
It nlco iudieaten that the prnho in-
MMt. SLAVKO GROUITCM
it up Th schvia cnAt t'f'tM
A story of iincr!ng and sacrifice
linked with victory ned of the great
tshidnes with which Lady I'agrt. wife
of tho IlrltUh Sf InUter at lletcrailf, and
other care for the troaodf.il noldlern
brought from tho front In tho IlslWan
war 1 teld In n letter rrcolrcd by Mmc.
Hlavko Groultch. wife of the Servian
Clurgd d'Affnlreii In London, who It
directing tho Kervli'n Ilfd Crm work
la America. ,
Iady Paget, win) It nursing the
wounded In thu uohltal of the Clrvle
of Sen h n Hlilcm. is the granddaugh
ter of the Isle Mr, fa ran Stcrcu. ol
New York city.
NEGRO HUE WED
CHICAGO. Dee. :iClad in u fur
coat, Jack JoIiiimiii, negro hoavy
weJglil riiefighter, nceompuuietl hy
iiia white vnlel, .lovph Ivy, scoured
today n iiceiiM' to marry Lucille Cam
erou, the white girl with whose ab
duction ho is ehnrgeil. JoIi'imjii gnve
Iiih a'e us :il, ami Mir-n CnuieronV as
18. The pugilixt wai followed through
the htreclH by n his crowd.
The weddini; is hchcilulcd Io tako
place ut thu JohnMitv home hero nt
'J;'10 o'clock this afternoon.
Hmergiiu; from the court liou-c, Ihe
negro gunned and nmtcd the news
paper men to ulleiiil the ceremony,
jirontiMiiK them "iiimIIch of cjinm
pnpie, a swell feiil ami a fine orches
tra." lie said the minister of un
Africnii-Molhodist church would of
ficiate at Ihe wedding.
II wns learned lily thai Jehuvin
offered .midday lo pleud Riiilty lo
the white slave charge against him
if tho cno could he compromised.
Assistant L'nited Klntos District 'At
torney Parkin refused to listen In
this plan, .loliuxui fiuukly ndtnilted
he wiik worried ocr Iho prospect of
tiiiir to the peuitentinry.
Ooverumout officials declare they
will not interfere with Ihe weddinjj
this nfteruoon. It is believed the
next legislaluro will pans a law pro
venlinir iuler-marriago between white
persons und negroes.
Conpressman Clayton Makes Open
ing Statement for Prosecutors
Summing Up Evidence.
WASIIINUTO.S'. Dee. .'I. The
L'nited Stales senate today ut 12:30
rcxolved itself into a high court of
imKiiehmeut to trylfobert ". Arch
bald, associate justice of the federal
court f commerce, on chnrgen of
"inishchuvlor and misdemeanors" iu
Kcnntiir Huron of (leorgin, presi
dent pro fern, formally declared the
senate a court. The c-nirt adjourned
six minutes Inter, after having' agreed
to a plan of formal procedure.
The iuiciichmcnt court n green lo
meet again at 2 "clock tin- after
noon. When the court convened til
l'J i'll), M'ven house mnnngerri, or
"prosecutor" entered, ami occupied
scats on the right of Senator Hneou,
which will preside at the trial. Jud?.i
Archbald and his counsel ?at on tlic
opMisite side of the aixle.
Senator Hucon announced that
herenftcr tho se.siiou of tho coiut
Xll tart nt 2 o'clock. Senator. K-)
sou of Jlit'mesotn offered un order
confining the statements of the mali
ngers and the defendant's attorneys
to one speech each, it was adopted
Mrs. Archbald was an interested
Sectntor, occupying n sent iu n pri
vate gallery. The afternoon session
wns delayed in au effort to secure u
Congressman Clayton made the
opening statement for the prosecutors
coinpreheuifivelv suinmiu up the evi
dence uguinst the accused juriSt.
V t R hiV -fi
The pew trlsl on appeal of the 100
t'orenns who were convicted on !!cp
icmbor 2S of partleltiatlon In n con
idraey against the life of Count Tcr
auclil. the Japanoe Coremor . Corc.i.
U under way at jfeoul. The pieceilure
In the uiNdl rase will cloel follow
that during the flrt trial, but uev evl
dence may be Introduced by Isith'vlde
In Iho va scandal will begin sooner
than espceted, due to the interest
SQvernl btutes nre taking in the pro-position.
MIGHT MOVE THERE
KETTLE PALLS, Wn., Dee. 3 -Who
wants to he mayor of Ketllu
I alls7 Answer of Kettle Fulls eiti
reus unanimously "nobody." Elec
tion is on today but there nre no can
didates. Tho voters uro writing
names uf citizens on the blank bullnts
on whom they want lo force the
mayoralty und councihuauie jobs
WOMAN CHASES WOULD-BE
THIEF FOR TEN BLOCKS
SEATTLE, Dee. 3. Fccllnc; a
slrnuge hand iu her overcoat pocket
Mrs. O. V. I.indley swune; around
suddenly and lot looo with a smash
ing slap on ii pickpocket's face last
night. She then chased him for ten
blocks to her homo, where her brother
took up ihe pursuit, but tho thief
escaped by crnw'linjr under a building.
OF GRANTS PASS
GRANTS 1'ASS. Ore., Dec. 3. Tho
women took full advantage of the
first opportunity given them to voto
hero yesterday at the regular city
election, fully one-half of the 1011
ballots east bein? by them. ItoVrt
O. Smith wan re-elected mayor, re
ceiving 81 0 votes to 033 for Ilobart
n ml liU for Ilnulcy, socialist. All
the old couneihucii who were up for
re-election were defeated, and fivo of
the eight member of the council will
lie ultra drys. Two of .tho newly
elected councilmcii are socialists and
with two hold-over members belong
ing to that political faith the social
ists have ouo-half the membership of
TROOPS READY TO
First Move Would Mean Attack M
Austria by Russia Friction ie
tween Balkan- Allies Has Dlsap.
peared Conference at ierlln.
FOHX WORTH. Texas, Dec 3.
John II. Snoad, mtlllonalro banker
of Amarillo, waa acquitted by a Jury
hero today of tho murder of Captain
A- (J. Uoyce, senior, In a Fort Worth
hotel. Tho Jury retired lato yester
day and roturncd Us verdict at 9:30
o'clock this rooming. Snail now
stand trial for tho murder of Cap
tain Uoyco's son. A. (. Uoyce, Junior.
Tho Suead-Uoycu foud begau with
tho elopmont of Mrs. Suead with tbo
o'clock this morning. Snead now
Uoyce, tenlor. during a. quarrel ut
tho Metropolitan Hotel hero over tho
elopment. Several weeks later Suead
shot und killed IJoyco junior.
BACHAMKNTO, Cal., Dee. 3.
KxcIuhIvo of tho Loa AnRoloa'canvasa
not yet received horo, tho compiled
election return now In tho hand of
Secretary of fltuto Jordun, with tho
Alameda flgurim uubjoct to posalblo
alight chapgo boforo thoy aro pro
uouueed official, glvo Wallace, tho
leading prourestilvo elector, 308,017,
and flrlffln, doniourut, 328,331, a.
lend for thu latter of 30,314.
Including thn Loa Angeles can
van, glvlnrt Wallace 7B.B08 and
Orlffln 05,110, tho totalu, unofficial,
k Wulluco, 388,015) Orlflln, 383,411.
This I a plurality for tho Kooaovolt
top doctor of 174,
Theao flfiiiro do not tako Into ac
count poHulhlo ohiiugua In Oraugo
county, whore a recount ot two
Ireclnctu la nukod,
THE TURKISH SOLDIERS, BEATEN ON-ALL SIDES, ARE PICTURED FLEEING FROM THEIR ENEMIES
HEIIIHUHILWbwmABDxCBGSm"''' r3TWvHRQttttMflVal1 ' cnHK
LONDON', Dec. 3. While Turkey
and the Hnlkaii allien ft til hesitate on
the brink of an nrmUliec toOnV wfth
a jrrowinir probability that no agree
ment will bo reached, Hrltiah diplo
mat nre far more cruvcly concerned
over the tncrcnsinir ilnner Hint Eur
ope i lo be involved lit war over a
division of the spoil to bo reft from
Shun tin llo heels of Chancel
lor Von Hethmnnn-IIollwec jingo
speech in the Gennau reichstn;:. Aus
tria, tho kaiser nlly, U rjnoted today
as thrcntcninc; that a. division of her
forces, mobilized nt Scmlin, Hungary,
will move at onco into Sen in if, ui
w expected Consul Kdl reports thut
Servian, trooiwBiallreHlcior tnsultcil
Austrians after the fH o"f Vrinrend.
Thus would meaii war, an(l it i be
lieved certain that Russia, which b
reported to kay 500,000 men.reody
in i'oiauu. wouin aiiMCK ,vjinn iiiq
moment ep Aiwtrian hoMIer crossed
tho Servian border. .
UounmiiU I'riHrc at Iterllti
The injection of itself into, tho al
ready muddled situation of Itoumnnin
is nbso causins 'the gravest anxiety.
Ths vbji toilny of the crown prince
of Itoumania to Herlin and hU ex
pected interview tomorrow with this
German foreign minister aro consid
ered here as a certain indication thnt
the kaiser and hi allies Italy and
Austria have made plans to tover
all eventualities. It i strongly sus
pected in military quarter that it i
planned that Kouraania, if nn Euro
pean war seems unavoidable, will be
cast in tho role of an nirgrcssor
against Hulgaria. Then, if Ilussia
comes to tho aid of her ally, Austria
and Germany might tako a hand in
the struggle without openly incurring
the onus of starting hostilities.
What position England and Eranco
would take iu the struggle is in doubt.
France, it is clearly shown, dcires to
avoid being embroiled. Hritish coun
sels, so far, have also been pacific,
but its by no mean dear that thu
understanding between the Triple Al
liance would not prove slmiie; enough
to put both French ami English ar
mies in the field if thu test of battle
Greece Itefuscs to Sign
Greece' refusal to sign tho peneo
protocol, which cuuiu toduy.ou defin
ito instructions from Athens to tho
Greek envoy i3 admitted to havo
mndu more serious (ho bituulion
which already existed.
Tho refusal of thu other Ualkuii
states to uet without Greceo ami tho
evident determination that they
(Continued on pago 3.)
TH-r RTRAT OF TUHK.S FROM LULL EUHA5 OVER. $R.ID6E OF KAHA5TRAN 1Q CHATAUrV ShS
MRS. HARRY THAW
IS NOT A
NEW YORK, Dec. 3.Kmphalio
denial of u report thut sho ii the
mother of u boy baby was made
from tho witness stand hero lodny by
Mrs. Evelyn Thuw, wife of Hurry K.
Thaw, blayer of Stanford White,
Tho denial was entered during 'ho
hearing of a $2011 suit brp'.tKM by
tho Qorhum manufacturing c&uipauy
for goods alloged to buyo been boii)!it
by Mrs. Thaw und not pnid for.
Under cross examination Mi.
Thaw was asked if she had uny ahi
iron. She reddened,
"I most certainly buys nut' sh
Mr. Thuw also (ufctifwd tkHt llsrrv
Thaw is still rwpoEutlblu for Wf.bll
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