Medford Mail Tribune
Clearing, emitter Miux. 45 1
Ml.i. a Prcclp. .73.
MIUDjrORD, OJIRUON, MONJLW, .JANlTAKY 20, 1913.
Dully Hnvrulh Yrr,
NEGOTIATIONS FOR PEACE ARE CLOSED
ITO RENEW WAR
Premier Danelf Empowered to End
Ncuotlnlluns, Calls Evcrythliiu Oil
Dulujirlans Deceived as to Con
illtlons at Aflrlntioplo.
Turkey Oilers to Cede One-Hall of
Adrlanoplo Out Oiler Is Not Ac
cepted. LONDON, Jitli. 20 Donputclicn
from (ho Premier of lliilgurlu to I)r
Dunoff, Hint country's chief oinoy
horn In I lie TiirMnli negotiations, mil
powered iUiioff to cud nil negotia
tions ut hit own tllntirrllun, Thu itfic
putcliCH detilnied Hint llulgnrlu In pre
pared to resume iliu wnr Immediately
Paucff mi)h iH'Rotlutlutm nri c ml cil.
While no dofliiltn statement U
forthcoming It Is liliitml by the Util
itarian thnl thoy huiu been gross!)
ilccohed regarding conditions nt
Ailrlanoplo. It U stated tlml sup
IhimmI refugee who (li'il the city do
during conditions Mnro awful woro
In reality spies sent out li) Hid Turku
to iIitcImi tin- biwloglng army of the
LONDON. Jan. 20 -Offering to
t'Kiln li til f of Adrlmioplo to Hid Hal
knit allien while retaining Unit half
of tlm city roiuirliiliiK the Moslem
iitloii. iitul nuking for n resumption
of tliu peace conferences lioro. I tho
li't of un unconfirmed report re
ceived from Couttnulliinplo hum to
day. Premier Daiiuff aitmllti'tl ho hud
ht'iiril thu rumor
Diplomats here woro pleased toiluy
with tin- developments of tlu llalkuu
tirklvli tioRotlntloim, mitt tlio lintircn
kIoii In RriittliiR that Turkny will at
Hilt hint mOIIH'lll MRICO to till lilt-
iiiiiihIn of hur focn, rnthor tliuti aunln
miluult to llio arlillratloii m-ijotla-tlonn.
Nomm iiKotioy tttHiati'hri from Con
httiiitlnoilo today ilccluro Hint a rrp
rofi'titntlvti of thu llalkuu iiIMuh him
tli-llvnri'd mi iillliiiutiim to thu I'ortn.
Kiiyltm Hint Hid iirmlmlt-o In form will
ho tiTiiiliuitt'il within II iliiH iinltHiii
n ptuito nKrnumtxit Ih ruurlicil.
ONE DYING, ONE JAILED
FROM FIGHT OVER BATH
CIIK'AOO. Jnn '.'ii - Alhcrt lllnln
In ibliiu liuro todu). n nd I'nin. J
lllrro Ih In jail, Hid romill of a flnht
oit thu rlitht to tako a hath flmt.
Two wrukn iiko tint men, find In
liiitlirolii'H, mill nt tho luitlirooin nnd
tiinrrt'lt)d. Vcntuiday lllnln lniit
lllrro to tho tub, mid fltthl wltli
knlvuM follow oil.
NIJW YOHK, Jan. L'O. - llloody
iIoIIiik mitrknil iodiiy'ii iltivnliipniuiitH
In tlm uiirmout woikcnu' strlko huro.
HtilkorH woto liiully hurt, moron tinf
riiiod minor ItrtilKoa and u doxoti mini
Troulilo Htiirlcd wlum Hlrlkoru
(IiihIii'iI with HtrllttihroukorH ut tho
iintraiu'o to u UprliiK Htroot factory
Thii'ii KUiirdH and flvu HtrlkohrtMiliora
woro rotiKlily liuiulloil whou tlioy at
tumptcd to imtor tho Hhop, mid n froo
for all flKht ftillowoil.
I'ollco roHdi'Vi'H riiHluid to tho hcoiio
chuiKod with iltawn cIuIih whoa moro
tlian 1000 HtrlkorH Hliowod riKht. Thu
maniil'iictuiom aro InflamliiK tlm
HtrlkorH to vlolouco by atUuiiitlnu to
break tlm Htriko with ontnldorH.
Moro tliun Ui1,000 wuIbI uud drous
makut'H, It Ih lopqitoil, rutuniod to
WYOMING EN OY
EA s m
Factional Differences Over Election
ol Successor to Senator Warren
Results In Rouiih ami Tumble
Confusion So Great That House Is
Forced to Adjourn Until Afternoon
Clash Is Over Contested Seat.
CIIKVIiNNi:, V Inn. 'JO.- I'm-
tioiml ilift'rriMii'cx hmt the eltvlioii of
a hiici'twMir In I'nltftl KtHlfn Ht'iiHtori
Warroii loilm led to n fiit fight mi
Hit- floor or Hid lion" of u'lircHtmtH
liii'H lii'in but con Si'Mktr 1'nitt ami
Sit'nl,or I'm turn Wotitl.
'I'hf.N fiuno to hlowM w lion Pratt1
ralhil KoiriMiitiitHlii lliintrr, h re-
imlilit'Hii, In tho I'lmlr iimti'iiil ot !
H.(Mki-r pro tm Wnoil. '
Tnoihlo liniUf wIumi IimImvV I
mIihi iiicnoil. Tlm ilwHoentU intrn I
ttni't'il i.KidiilHn Hi ttio tiiili't
Wlllcll lloliltll HlMt H nK'ihI ihhii-
mltlt'o bo iiniiii'il to hum. on tin liter
lis ol' thioti rt'iiiibtii'Hii I f indent n
tUlf MllOMf klSltl. mo iMinloti'il ti tho
li'iimrrutn. IT Hit' ii'iinlilioiiim ait
niiM'iilcil it would tic tlm ilomooiHtn
t'oiilml of tho offiliittuu on joint
liiillut mill oiinblo IIkhii to iihiiio War
Tin n'oolnlion wiik liililoil, I'mtt
tiiNinliiiv ! wax niithoiirotl b. nw to
iiamt' llio itoiniiiilloa. and did ro. n
ioliltlii llnvo riimliliiHitt. t It i io
tli'inonmlrt mid lilniciilf. Thin kiiwi
tlio li'ilibllonil colli nil of llio com
milli'o. Tlio ilumooralH olijooloil In
thU irooi'iliirn mid ro-iulmilnor-il llio
rt"iiiiti(tit I'mtt ilccliirod tho woto
nut of onloi, mill llio ilciinicriilh nt
lionlml from hi ilooinion. Tlio look
er llii'ii oitlloil Itoiro(Hitolio Hunter
to llio chair, mttiiilmiiiiiK tlml no nno
itinlil ho otille.l lint him.
W'ooil uixiiitoit mi tnkiiiK tho chair.
I'nttt picked Wood tii liodily mid
hurled him at tho wall. Wood mlicd
buck, and tlio two unit luittlitiu ham
inor ami toiiKk when they wore sop
united. Thcienflcr Imlh Pratt am Wood
iii-iftlt'd on proi-nliiii.' mnl the oonfit
xnni wan mi moil Hial tiller ;i(l mill
iiIch iiinineiit Imlli Milon iifjroi'd n
mljoiini until thin ittloinouii.
SENATOR SMITH'S FATHER
DEAD AT HIS HOME
.SANTA ANA, Cnl., .Inn. tlll..
(looiKo If- Smilli, fntlioi'of I'. S. Son
iitor William Aldon Smith of Miclu
Kiui, in (lend at Ills Imnm hero foda.
MexsauoH liom Wicliinutoii xttite that
Senator Sunlit will stmt al once tor
Road to the Magnificent Humanitarian Institution Impassable
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t . ' X & . ' . MV '$!
r fcii '"mi hIHDI llllHlflH i:iH i
1 HH&vOT UhVfcvi,wvvvt..Yi.ivyf KfKK i
Stoop Rindo from Knst Main to Haurod Heart hoapltul so deep with tnlro
It Ih up to dip city to provldo mi udoiiiinip i-onl
TO SHOW DETERMINATION NOT TO WORK UNTIL DEMANDS ARE GRANTED
NINETEEN GIRL '-'MARTYRS" LEAO 6010 GARMENT STRIKERS
STRIKING GARMENT WORKERS AT UNION SQUARE MASS MEETING AFTER BIG PARADE.
Sixty tliotmnnd trlklng enrment workor. ImI Uf n'nrtooii yoiinc womon who vrc Jut rclriucil from Jnll nflur onliis n ncntencc of three d.iyi.
mnrcliotl dofliintly Hiroiish tho lower cant ide of Now York iy to liow iliolr nnployen Hint thoy wrt; a flnu ni orcr tu their ilcmamls unit tbolr drier
minaiiun not to return lo wnrk uiilll ihoy wore Rrmilnl I onrtiis u diMurlmuce two police ltinKtior, oerHl cnptNlus mid mo Immlrrtl mi formed police
men uud mmiy dotecllrci mnrihtsl with Hie lrikum brouli more than three mlle of cml nldt mrcett to Union nqiure. where n meelius wan held
Here the ulrlker proclaimed their flsht for boiler w.ikoa mid Improrttl Knnliitry conditloo In the workshop. I'lflcen bnitdriil women, lusltttf uud
wnilnj; Imniirrx. led lite nrmy of klrlkcrx. iiitt lt Imiltlit miipiled the mixlc
The iiltietcrn yeunj: women who tenet! a prlm niitenec in llrtMikiyn for iIoIiib picket tluiy nero llio Ueroliaic of Hie tiny They carried n unnuer
telllnc of Ibeir murlitluin 'I ho lyht of iln ihh ripilmi i.r.ui.i forlh wilil cbfrlii:
IS OVERRULED BY
WASIIINdTON, Jm. in Tlio I .
S. Miprciiie otiiirt liitudiil down it tie
oihoii toilav holding iinpitifiable tlio
rexountion of mi imimrtmit onlur of
llio tiilurritiitc commerce (Htrtimiiiuti
liy ii tleaielmi of the ooinmerce oourl
tliioh nullified a reduction in rate
ordered on tho l.uii.wllc mid N'iihIi.
illo nnluay belween Now Orloaiii
.Itiduo Arelilialil wiole the com-
moi't'o e i nil ilcoixioii, wliiuli whm mcr-
Tlm inter-tnto nuiiiiierro oomniii-
Mini in its order hold tlml the rule
wlutdi had been niNcd had been in
of feet 'JO iai. mid were fully com-iM-nKiitory.
The eommeree court en-
jollied the enforeeiimni of this order.
Justice. Uimar wrote the xupremo
court tlecivioii which todav oMU'tniletl
the conimoive court.
After rvndcriiiK thi ileoisiou the
Miprcmc court iiiljomiioil without
Immliui; down uu oilier impoitaut
ASK WOMEN TO EAT
JAM INSTEAD OF BUTTER
NKW YOltK. Jan. 20
butter; ent Jam limtoad."
Thin plea wan tout Into 30,000
Now York homoN totltty b Mm. Jul
ian 1 loath, prenhloni of the Hoiimo-
when I.enKiie. who ho pen tu
down tlio price of butler.
WITH D VORCES AND
IS M NEVADA
(AlfSON CITV. Xin . Jan. illl. -"I
low n with ilioiif c..nne-. uoil tin
Thin wmh HiiuKiafeunuit of timer-
Ino'r Oddic in lifn'rrnnnr1rtt'sliKefo
Tliu .MhsIiuu eount delegation,
which include, lteuo. was hit hard
Thoy hml hi-h lopX M ilcfeittin new
tllMirui! logiwlution if the pitoniur
kept out of the fishtr
AIUioiikIi Nevada, ha been the
scene of no lug )Mttnli-tio cinitet
Mlieo the Jolins.iii.,leffries liallt ut
Kouo July I, 11)10, fjovernor Oddie
wauls the law pennitlin- fuii-li con
SA I. KM. Oie, Jan 'JO. Senator
Calkins toda iTiiitrodueetl Ins lull
introditced ut Hie last (.essiou of the
lcj;ilnluic, making snlooukeepeis h
able for ilamnKeo on the complaint of
wife, mother, or child of mi habitunl
dntiiknitl or tut iiiloMoaled XTon.
The nut of a bartender is made the
it't of his piiiicipal. The lull a-
forte passed l Die senate nt the lat ses
sion but tailed in the house.
us to be practically Impassable.
FATE ON FRIDAY
LONDON. Jan. 20. Tlilrteon mil
lion llrltisli women, ou next Friday,
will learn whether or not thoy will
bo enfranchlncd, when tho meuauro
carrylnc tho suffrago clauno comes
up In the Commons fo dtvUlon.
With tho members of the cabinet
equally divided, tho houto member
nlilp Is nUo split. It Ih reported that
29. of tho membership hnvc been
recorded as faxorliiR the suffrage.
clam-e; that 1'20 urn UKnlnst it, nnd
that tho votes of l.'.O tiro In doubt.
Two days' debate will precede the
vote, on which hangs the outcome of
the Ioiik and bitter warfare waged for
the ballot by the suffragettes.
Announcement was made today
Hint a kcctlon of tho suffrage su im
porters, opposed to window smashing
and mini destruction, are to turn to
prayer as an aid to their cause. Lena
Ashwcll, an nctrobs, and Lady Henry
Shemey, as leaders of tho uon-mllt-taut
hiiffragcttes, plan to pray five
minutes every noon that Providence
may Interpose In behalf of "Votes
SOCIALIST PLEADS FOR
ELIMINATION OF WASTE
OI.Y.MP1A, W11., Jan. JU.-'Klun
illation of waste," is the hobby of
Hopresontutivo . II. Kniery, lone
socialist nieuiber of the lei-hitnre
heie, nnd ho practices what he
pre.iohes for since he him not wasted
a minute of bin own lime or the legis
lature's time since it oinmeil.
Kiuery has listened to all urjju
menls, ivad till bills, nnd voted on
everv measure or resolution accord
inu to his own coinietioiis, but ho
hasn't mndo n speech.
''Whal's tho use of wasliu the
time," biiid he. "Jt costs $:i a miuutu
to run thin lesislaturo nnd na we
eati'l hopo to et any socialistio U'j
islatiou passed, I won't talk until I
have sometliinj: way that is worth
that much money."
GOES UP SEVEN POINTS
NKW YOltK. Jan. 20. Auiorleau
Tobacco wns pushed up over seven
pofuta In tho stock market today.
Ouuurul Klectrlc opened ut 144, hav
ing closed nt 1SS Saturday. Humors
that tho supremo court would decide
In favor of tho railways In tliu Minn
esota case cutisod a brief advance In
Union Pacific und other Ibsuos nt
Tho market cloned steady,
Jlpiuls were steady,
E RIVER F
TODAY BY REAMES
SALKM, Jan. 'JO. Iteprescutattvo
('. l Kennies of Jackson county to
day introduced the first of the Kaguo
river fish bill of this session. It
iroides for the reocuimr of the
stream to commereiul fishing from
it mouth lo Hie mouth of tho Illinois
river, nnd litis the approval of the
Koguf Ifiver hi-h Pnitection associa
tion, which drafted the present mili
um e law closing the stream.
Under the provisions of the bill.
it is made illecul to purchase, sell or
cuteh Meelhead or other trout by any
means except with rod mid" line.
Gill-nets for salmon are permitted
only below the month of the Illinois,
unit nets must be at Ieat 82 inch
Sunday closed neusoii-. throughout
the open seu-oii are specified and the
open season below the Illinois extends
from April L"i to August 10 and from
Sept. 1 to Nov. 'JO. us fixed by thu
Mate jtiine and fish association.
The bill will be fought In both sen
ale mnl hou-e by the Josephine dele
gation which wants tho upper rher
opened to Grunts Pass.
SHOT BY AUTO BANDIT
CHICAGO. Jan. 20. Detective
Peter Hart was shot nnd liutuutly
killed hero this afternoon while en
deavoring to arrest a muu who was
euterlng u flat In u susplcous manner.
Hart grappled with thu robber but
the man beetired the former's revol
ver and shot him with it.
Hart hud gone to the tint with De
tectives Boyer nnd Mestell on Infor
mation given by James Horry, who
confessed to being ono of tho auto
bnudlts who huvo torrorlted certain
sections of this city lately. Hart
was the first to approach the rob
ber. Ho mot the suspect and drew
his revolvor. Tho two eliished and
Hurt was shot dead.
RELEASE OF CLANCY
CHICAGO, Jan. 20. Honda In tho
sum of $60,000 woro submlttod this
afternoon for i;. A. Clancy of San
FruncUco. Thoy huvo not been piusod
upon by District Attoruoy Jllllor.
Tho court Indlcuted It would order
tho release of II row n mid McCain,
Miller baying their bull boudu wore
sutlsfuptory. Hcos llorgor wus ap
pointed by the court to u mm I mo thu
tsurlttes offered for the Chlcugo labor
SECOND R HI
DA H OR
Attorney for McNamaras (or Second
Tlmo Within Year Faces Los Anne
les Court Securing of Jury Is
Most Difficult Task.
Loyal Wife Sits by Side of Defendant
Who Is Confident of Acquittal ki
Bain Case. '!.
I.OH ANGELns, Jan. 10-In a
gloomy court room hung with heavy
curtains and oil paintings ot dead
jurists of th'e Los Angeles county
superior court bench, Clarcnco Dar
row, labor lawyer and attorney for
the McNaraara brothers, went to trio
today for the second time within a
year on a bribery charge growing out
of the McNnmara trial.
ft was quickly seen that tho tasV
of procuring a Jury would be as dif
ficult as on tho occasion of Darrow's
first triat. Of a venire of ISO (ales
men, half a hundred were quickly ex
cused. Almost every man called ap
parently had valid reason to bo ex
cused from duty. Many who were
subpoenaed to appear failed to re
spond to their names and court offi
cers wero scut to search for them. "
Loyal Wife With Him
Loyal throughout her husband's
tight for honor and liberty, Mrs.
Darrow appeared early in the court
room and took a seat at bcr hus
band's aide. ThroBghoutthe,proce
dure she talked confidently with him.
occasionally patting him on tho sleeve
with her gloved hand.
Darrow himself appeared confident
and almost carcfrco, In direct con
trast to his first appearance In court
on tho occasion of his former trial.
The specific elm rye iigainst thu
veteran labor uttomoy wns the bri
bery of Robert P. Buiu, 11 juror in
the MeN'umani case. It was one of
two contained in indictments follow
ing the MeN'uinnra trisl. The other
the bribery of George Ioekwood, Dur
row wag acquitted iihu.
Itesuiue of Cako
The present indictment nguiiist
Darrow charge tho bribery oMlobert
P. itain, the first juror accepted in
tho trial of J. U. MeNamara for the
dynamiting of the Lok Angles Times
building, Oct. 1 1010. McN'tiuiuro
pleaded guilty with his brother John
J. MeN'amaru ami was given a life
sentence for that crime. Thu stutu
alleges that the MeXumimts' plea of
guilt v was brought about ljv' the du-fen-e
nttorueyH because of the ul
leged briberies becoming" known.
There have been mnn delays in
the second trial of Darrow ami for
a long time it wns believed by many
thai on account of his nctiuittal of
(Continued on page 2.)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20. Uuclu
Sum's appropriation of $'J, 000,000 tor
a government exhibit at tho Sun I-'run-cisco
exposition, us provided lu the
HoMoubuig bill, Puctftu coust con
gressmen say hero today, will go
through the house without opposlttou.
This prediction Is bused ou the unan
imous approval of the mcuHuro by tho
sub-cumnitttee ot the house commit
toe on ludustrlul arts and eposltlous.
Tho full committee will receive the
sub-commlttees report tomorrow and
whllo thoro may bo some discussion
on certain clauses of thu bill It, U
unanimously agreed that Its main
foutures, Including a commission ot
feoven, will fuvorubly be reported to
The bill provldos that Hie bulldlux
to bo constructed ou the seaside In
Sun Francisco must be permanent.
Insuring big additions to Uncle Saui'e
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