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Medford Mail Tribune
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Dally Hrvrntli Vrar.
MKDFOUD, OfcKCJQN, AVKDNKHJMY, JANLMR7 22, 1.91..
LANE FAVORS TURKS VOTE TO
MANY CHANGES ACCEPT TERMS
OREGON SYSTEM OF THE POWERS
HEEN GOULD IS
NOW WIFE OF
LrnUlaliirc Formally Elects Harry
Lane, Who Tells Them There
Should Do Out One Election With
Preferential System Prevalllnu.
Old Methods Have Passed Never to
nrturn and New Rules Should De
MAIiKM, Ori'., ,luu. 22 -In accord
mien with llio iciiiircnirul of the
roiirillliitinti of tlin United Sillies, the
ii'ttMi logisln tu in ii L iiiiiiii today,
luitli liotiHrM Hireling In Joint iiKhi'tn-
lilv. fnniiullv tit-flu i il Dr. 1 tin rv
l.mie ( Drill.) elected iin t'liiti'il States
sonulor rtnin HiIn slate.
Tln rotrinnny, nun f iiuicli snleiu
nily, imiiiiti'l riii(linlly nf n'enii
iiHft of Hid votes tnki-u in each Iioiimi.
joslordny. Aftrr tlii luul dcon done
President .Mnlurkoy, of tdo si-nnto,
proslijliig liter tlin joint iisst-mldy,
iiihiIii tin uuuniiuccim-nt of lln clro-
lion of Dr. mm.
Tim feature of llio joint ses-fnii,
however, was ii brief nk'ci'i liy Dr.
Min, in which In advocated iuiMrl
mil changes In the Oicgnu system of
electing rultcil Klntes senators by
I'm or Oun i:ii'c((iii
Mix rci'ommrtiiliitioii wns in effect,
I lint lliere should l liul one rl.
Hon, Hint Hid prcfctoutiul system
hIiuuIiI iiri-vnil ami that tlin success,
fill candidate should lie rcipiircd to
date fifty per cent of the vote of lln
Tlil, ln said, would otcrenmo lln
present oliji'iilinn llmt tin I'nilod
.Stales scmilnr-olcct reptcsciit hut .
llilniuily nf lli people
"It in with u KK'iit deal of iliffi.
donee," mild Dr. Imm, lift it do liml
Im'imi InliiMliirril liy President Mnlar
key nf tint scuttle, to tin applause of
Hie members of dolli douses, "and
with n mooiI iiiini of cmliiiintmciit,
Hint I find mjM'lr before yon. I
iipprccinto thnl tl is mi unusual nm.
I'i'KiliHt; for (ill iiMM'iiilily sued ns idi.
to elect ii mini of llio minority party
in llio lihtliest oli'ieo within your
JIOWIT. Yet, ll i llio will of tho pcil
I ilc. unit iim utoli it In the ligdt iiihI
iroiT tiling tu llo.
HyM'M N Cumbersome)
"Hut I wih In hjmmiI,- seriously to
.Mm iilioiit our proTiil method of
ciooiing muted Mutes senators. Our
sysloni tu Uiognn is 1'iiiiihiM-hoiiie. I
ri'nlln Hint I myself mil elected liy
ininoiity, Hiniigh I jn'olvnl tho dlgd
est Miiiilnr voln oust for nny ciiu
iliilnto, "U'ti should I'ltnno Huh, wo should
luivo n iliffeicnt system. I delicti'
tto hIiiiiiM nilnut tlin incfcicntiiil
General Council of Empire Unanim
ously Aiiree to Pent Conditions
Proposed Means Loss of Adrian
apln and Aegean Islands.
Only District Surrounding Constanti
nople and Narrow Strip Left of
Turkey In Europe.
Eldest Daughter of Late Financial
Wliard and Finely J. Shepard Are
Married at the Gould Mansion
Near New York.
(ONHTANTINoi'l.i:, j. 22 Tin.
Kmuuiil rounrll of I Iin TurklHh oin
ilm thin nrioriioun nluinm iinniiliiiuim
ty ni'.ii'(l 10 nrci'iil tlm ronilliluiiH or
llio imiwitn for im'ui'ii. Tlin Torlii In
KjixTti'il to rnllfy llio loiiiuirH no-
Hun lutiT uiul It IIiIm Im 1I11110 It iiionim
Urn ml or the Turku. Iliilkim war.
Tho iIitIhIoii ini-atui Hint Turkoy
will rciln to tho utllo Ailrlnnoptn 11ml
nl lon-t 11 purl Ion or I ho At'Ktiiii ll
ntidH. Tho lrmn hiikronIoiI hy tho pow
orn will lonvn Turkey In IJuroim only
(tm tlhitrlrt mirroiitiilliiK Cuimlnntl
iiopl... llio itonliiHiiln or (lalllimllH, ami
11 narrow Mtrlp or laml uIoiik Iho Hou
of Mnrtnuru ntul tlm Duntani-llni,
Tho Aoitoau iNlanitn. oxrotit thovn
iitsir Hid NtrnllN, will ko to tho allien
nnil tho Milton of Crvtb ami Allmnlu
Irft to tho ioworn,
Ceremony, While Costly, is Simple
When Compared With Usual Fifth
LONDON, Jan. 21!. Uenortii from
arli, Vienna run! other piilnls ntutlnn
that Turkey wouM ceilo Adrlnnoplo to
the iilllm In rntiHlilored hy illplo
main In touch with the Ilnlkan nit lift
lion mi holiiK merely nccurato fore
If wnn'recarileJ tin nrohnbln that
Turkey woulU mo nrt, hut no official
nitvlco that the National AmciiiMv
hail reached n ileclilon wan received.
PUN TO ELECTRIFY
N.tHtoui of eleoliiiK,.tilli nne eleetioii,
noil ioiuiriiiK thai tho
(Continued on I 'a no 4)
SI'OKANK, W11 , .Ian. 'J'J. IM.iiim
to eleotrifv the (Inoiico .Milwaukee
lino from Ihix oily to the 0011M n-
wioii ivh the JfiO milo elect rical
hIicIcIi tliroimh the Itockici in fouml
to he niiiuiiiL- Aiiioollilv. wore mil
imiuiii'i',1 hoio toiluy hy ('. A. (looil-
now, tiNtihtmit invNiilent of tho road.
"Tho .Milwaukee Iiiin ilellnitelv ile-
eiileil lo eleetrll'v its lino from Avery,
liliiho, eiiKtwanl HiroiiKli llio Ilockics
lo llailowlown, Mont." said flood -now.
"ThoeiH'iiHO of HiIk imurneo.
meiit will he 8.(inil.(IOI). This will do
11 money silver in llio end us tho mail
will ho run with livilro-elrVli-in imwcc
Kenernleil on streanm nloncr tin line,
IIiiih foi ever ending llio fuel prod-leui."
TESTIFY ON STAND
W'ASIIINOTON, Jan. 22. Illttor
npnoHltlon to uny examination what-
ever or Vm. llorkofulliT, Htmulnrd
Oil miii;nuttt, on inniioy rttieflHoiu by
Attorney John Onrver todny failed to
move tho homo committee InvoMl
KhHiik the money trimt, from Ita decl
nlon Hint tlm mlllloimlro uiiihI orfor
Oarvor and Dr. Chnpiiel, linth In
llio employ of Itockofollor, appeared
bororo tho full commlttoo. Aflor tlm
meotlni; ItoprcNoututtv 1'ujo an
iiniinril Hint ho mid Attorney Unter-
myer would boo Uockofellur next
week mid tuko litii Btatomout,
"UocUerullnr," Dr. Ohappol xald,
"hatt lout tho miiBcles niouo'tildo of
tho throat. Iin iinffored another
humnrrhtiKo nnd Iiiih very llttlo of tho
liirytii loft. Thnt Ih u very narrow
miii'Kln for his volco.
Dr. Ohnppol milil Pr. IHclinrdHon
who. uxnmlnod tho mlllloimlio (or tho
committee had novor ucen Hockofol-let-
lit it throat Hpntun.
"H ho hud," added I)r. Ohnppel,
Dr. IHclinrdHon would not havo ro
liortod that Hockefollor could utanil
11 two hour examination."
CENTRAL WEST ELECTS
ST. I'AUI., Jan. 22. United States
Senator Kuuto Nelxon was today re
elected at n Joint HCHttlon of the lei:-iHlaturo,
MNCOI.N, Nob., Jan. 22. Con
KrcBHiiinii N'orrls wan today elected
United SlntoH Senator In Joint boh
tilon of tho IcKlHlnturo.
TAHHVTOWN, N. V.. Jan. 22
MInm llohni .Mlllor Could, olriout
dttiiKhter or tho late Juy (loiihl, New
York Hnum.lal wltard. and Mnley J.
Khepurd, a railroad official or Hi
UiiiIh, went married at noon today
lit the drawliiK room of tho Could
mnimlou at l.yndhiirat-on-IludHon, It
wan heralded uk a weddlni; of marked
nlmpltrlty hut tlm rich floral dmcora
lloua, liundreda of coxtly ironpit and
brilliant weddliiR hreukfiut hardly
would he railed Hlmiiln by tho nrer-
nKo American. Compared with tlm
initial Fifth Avenuo woddlnic. bow
ever, It wna almplo.
A country iulnlHterbtho He v. Dan
iel HiiHiell, pantor of tho Irvlur.tou
I'reahylerlan church, read tho serv
ice. Tho brlitn'a only ottendanta
were her llttlo n locos, tho Mines
Helen nnd Mnrnaret Could, tlin wed
dine wan wltncised by 7f Rtirats. alt
members of tho brldo nnd bride
Many Clients Arrive.
Most of tho cncHts arrived at Tarry
town this mornlnjr, dozens of automo
biles taking them to I.yndburst. Tho
puests included Cnorire J. Could. Mrs.
Gould and their children. Miss Rdlth
nnd Miss Gloria Ceuld: Frank nnd
Howard Could; Mrs. Hurton Wright,
tho bridegroom's sister; Anthony
Drexel, Jr.,. and Mrs. rtrexcl and the
Duke nnd Duchess of Talleyrand and
their sou Howard.
Only the room on the lower floor
nt f.yndhurst were decorated. He
sides Hid flowers, the decorating flor
ist med 1.1000 worth of smllax.
roses, carnations and asparagus
vines. The southwest parlor, over
looking tho Hudson, was hanked with
palms and festooned with whtto and
red roses, Vases filled with roses
wero distributed at regular Intervals.
The altar was constructed of smllax.
piitmosn and roses. It was reached
hy 11 pathway marked with whlto
satin ribbons. An orchestra led hy
Nathaniel Franko, hidden among tho
palms nnd flowers, supplied tlm
The moment tho bridal party ap
peared, they marched lo tho nltar to
the stratus of tho Lohengrin march.
Tho procession wbb led hy tho Hov.
Mr. Hussell, The brldo leaned nil
tho arm of her brother, Ceorgo J.
lonld. Louis Shepard, a brother at
tended tho bridegroom. Headline
tho nltar, tho minister turned nnd
read tho tdmplo Hresbyterlau mar
Tho brldo'H two llttlo nieces,
dressed In whlto, acted ns flower
girls, and her nenhow Prince Charles
do Saltan, garbed In whlto satin,
served ns official page. An elaborate
wedding breakfast followed tho cero
inony. Tho Hov. Mr. Htissoll then
presontod tho brldo wUh n sheepskin
Mtsa Virginia McAlphln nnd Miss
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Mayor Elfert Names L. Damon as
Market Master but Council Refuses
to Confirm Owing to Preference f or
Man Who Has Made it a Success.
0. C. Boggs Is City Attorney in Spite
of Fact That Contender for Place
Directed Eifert's Campalnn.
Mayor Elfert in His Inaugural Mes
sage Suggests Change in AiimMs
tratlsn ef Municipal Affairs Ad
visory Board to Be Chosen.
IMKHKM, 8. 11., Jan. 22. ThoniiiH
Sterling, progressive, w.us todny elec
ted United States senator In a Joint
mission of tho legislature.
PASS ANTI-TRUST BILL
THKNTO.V, N, J Jan. 22.--Oover.
nor Woodrow Wilson Is today endoav
oi'lng to forco n recalcitrant legisla
ture to pass tho five hills, directed
iiKitlnut Now Jorsoy corporntloim,
which ho rocontly endprsod, Ho will
moot tlm duniociutlo leudorH of tho
hoiiso mid Hoiiato next TuoHilny to
dluuusu the measures.
(Continued on Page 4)
ROOSEVELT TO AID
NRW YOHK, Jan. 22.- Leaders
of tho striking gnrmont workorB
statod todny that they expect to forco
loglslatlvo liivcatlgntlou of factory
Tho fact thnt Col. Theodoro Rooso
volt, nfter Investigating strike condi
tions, wired ropresontntlvos of tho
progressiva party In tho state legisla
ture ursine n thorough Inquiry has
cheered tho strikers.
Agitation In favor of garmoni
workors strikes In Hochostor, Chica
go and olsowlioro lu alarming tho
clothing manufacturers. Tho strik
ers nro suffering Intensely,
NKW YORK, Jan. 22. Theodore
Roosevelt was examined regarding
his reasons for having sanctioned the
absorption by the United States Steet
corporation of the Tennesco Coal &
Iron company. Ills testimony cov
ered practically tho samo ground ns
that given the Stanley House commit
tee. Tho attorneys finally agreed to
Incorporate Into all the toitlmonv.
Roosevelt dominated tho henrlnn,
Drown being relegated to the back
Referring to his nc(Ion In the rase,
Colonel Roosevelt said:
"Those wero panicky times, nnd
the men who ndvlsed mo that public
necessity required tho steel corpora
tion to absorb tho Teunesseo com
pany gnvo me tho best Information
they possessed. It wns a matter of
life and death with them.
"The financial wrecking or tho
salvation of tho country depended on
tho accuracy of that Information. It
showed mo beyond doubt that the
Teunesseo company could not dove
lope unless It wns put Into competent
hands. Nothing you have stated con
cerning tho Steel trust's acquisition
of other companies has tho slightest
effect on my decision or could hnvo
had. I nm still convinced Hint what
I did was necessary to prevent wide
spread disaster to tho pcoplu of tho
WASHINGTON', Jan. 22. Only by
dUlrihutiiiK laud to jhe starving
peons can I'reMilent Francisco I Ma
ilero restore iience in Mosteo. neeord.
inir to urivnte information reneive.l
here today hy the senate committee
on foreign relation-). It whk nli.o in
dimlcd Hint conditions in the south.
eni republic nro entirely beyond Mn-
Senator Wm. Adieu Smith, rlmi.
man of n sennte sub-committee which
investigated tho Mexican situation,
returned deio today from. El Pnso,
Tex., but asido from Riiylng do did
not believe the committee' findings
would he bout to the sennto nt onee,
refined to diseus the investigation.
The information received bv the
full committee today indienles that
all I he-abuses wdieli led to the over.
throw of Diiir. coutinuu tinder tho
Aliulero ndmiui-lralioii. It was aNo
learned that Mnilero and his advisers
flatly refused to .-urreuiliT Innds or
restore ejvil rights lo Hie eon.
T $200,000 TRADE
L AT EVERETT
OLYMPIA, Wash., Jan. 22. Pro
vision for a 1200,000 trado school to
bo located nt Kverott. Is mado In n
bill Introduced today hy Senator
Campbell. Thero Is already a voca
tional At Kvorott nnd this Is Intended
ns tho next step In making this city
nu oducutlonnl center.
To reduco tho lognl rnto of Inter
est In tho stnto of Washington from
12 to 10 per cent, la tho Intent of a
hill which wns. fnvornbly noted upon
hy tho Judiciary commlttoo nf tho
house todny and which will bo
brought up for n vote tomorrow.
NEW YOHK, Jim. 22. The market
closed dull today. American To.
baeeo rose two points and Amulgn-
milted, 'jt. Paul, Heading, luterbor
ougli llreferred nnd Erie first nro.
ferreil, a point eneh. Buying ojiera
lions were conducted in it largo num
ber of stocks, with substantial omIiw
in inveslnicul ns welt n speeulalive
IlnmU were irregular.
PUPILS STAB TEACHER
HATF1EM), Ark., Jan. 22.-AU
tuekiliir tho orineinal Prof. J. C. Hn.
deimer with knives after oim of their
numher had been expelled from school
Kenneth Morrow, lft; his hrnther
1 bourns. III. nnd Shelhv Lebrow. in.
inflicted probably f nj.nl wouhda ami
nro in jail hero today. When tdo
Younirer Jforrow. tlm cxoellcd stndnut
nt tempted to return to school, ho wns
ordered ntvny hy Ilolieimer nnd lliu
E. J. Runyard, tylm has ilircetcd
Hie .Medford public market Kinec ih
establishment, ami lo whoso efforts
the suci'dM of the market U t-lilefly
idte, tmlav eontiniiort to Indd that ki
sition but simply because iw c(y
eouneil blocked .Mayor Eiferfn nt
lempt to remove dim by refusing to
confirm tde nunnintincnt of L. Dnmrai
made by .Mayor Eifcrt Tuemlny even
ing. Of tde five eouncilmen present,
only one, Ucorge J'orler, was favor
udlo to n ednuge nnd Mr. Porter's
motion to' confirm found no second.
Action not deing taken tde mallei
In offering tde name of .Mr. Dnmon
Mayor Eifert stated Hint ho una nnt
playing ftolitic.i but Htat Damon
needed tde place. Ho declared dc
Had no fault to find with .Mr. Hun
ynrd, hut Hint he dad decided Uon R
change. The council dad not, so
Hitnynrd remains, much to the salts,
faction of tde patrons of tde mnikct.
Hog., aty Attorney
O. C. Hoggs, was appointed dtj
Altornevby Mayor Eifert, the eouneil
confirming, Councilman Campbell
i-bfing' no. The appointment itfd nol
come vrilli anv trreat Aeere nf relish
euueniiy to ihe supporters of Mayo;
tuert in Ihe recent cnmpnign. Hogg3
is Hie attorney for W. II. ltarnum in
rniirond matters and Ihini urn's ap.
plicntion for n i-treet rnilnmd fnui
cdise is still pending. In tde Eiferl
ranks tde sentiment hnil solidified fot
Holbrook Withingtou, fonnerly city
attorney, nnd Mnyor Eifert's failure
to name Withinetou. who had m-ncii.
enlly directed his cnmpnign, came, as
n. sunnse to tne Kifert supjwrters.
Hoggs is tho ncrsonnl nomliiM nf
Bert Anderson, who, Dame Rumor
says, is the power bedmd tdo Hiron.
in Jhe new regime.
SunimrrvJHo Comicll Hertd
J. T. Sunituerville was chosen pre
sident of the city council on the first
dnllot taken, four votes deing east
for dim, one being dlank. In u short
address Mr. Summerville thanked thi
council for the honor bestowed iioit
dim, stating Hint he would do his
best to make tde present adminis
tration a success.
Otvney Pulton wns nominated bv
Mayor Eifert as street commissioner;
his appointment being confirmed
without dissent. Dr. F. O. Thayer
was npKuntod henllh officer. Tho
fire department remained intnet with
Eiigeuo Amnim chief, Harry Ling,
assistant chief, J. Lawlon, cap.
tain; Motor Danielsim mid Charles
Mayor Eifert announced that he
was not yet ready to make n ehnngu
in the jHilieo department, (do water
ileKtitmeuj or city engineer. Harry
I'ieivo wns named as nlumhim- In.
speclor but action was deferred until
llio plumbing and electrical jobs
could do combined.
The greatest sttmrisu of tlm n'n.
ing enme when Mayor Eifert named
his standing committees. The old
members of the city council wero
given practically no iinportnnt com-
Each Interest hi trie City Will Have
Representative as Member ef Ex
ecutive's Official Family.
A cnhincl, or official ndvisory
board, with members drawn from the
various oreanisdllotm fa Dm iiv i,.
attend council meetings and confer
wild tde mayor, and. city connril on
nil matters ooriceming tlm.'ijity ami
its future, is tde plan of "Mayor Eifert
no nssumeii otnee Tuesday even,
ng. In dis inntitrural nddrpua Ar
Eifert outlined tde plan nt consider
According to Hin nlnn nu nnllin.!
Hie members of Mayor Eifert's ad
visory committee will do cdoseti by
tho organizations which they are to
represent. Tdo interests to be so con
sulted are: the hanks, tde Coramer
cial cliid nnd Mercdants association,
tde ladies' clubs of tde city, thn
ministerial association, pndlia util
ities and th;Kqupr interests. .
Tlm ritv nii.:i -..,.ii t!..
tton adopting the snggestmn &)($
slmeting the city reWrder"lBii(J
Ihe various interests to tiBmT:iln.;i.
Tho Major's ..Mot,
Mayor Eifert's mtmaum vnn.is u
Medferd, Or., Jas. ar;18isr
Gentlemen of tse. Ceuncil:
In Br pre-eleetlon atstemnnta noli.
liclr announced In the press of Med
ford, I used tho folloIns; language:
"If elected, my time and services will
alwaya be available to the public and
suggestions and criticisms will at all
times receive most careful consider.
atlon. Whenever It Is annamnt thmt
the majority of our citizens are unit
ed In opinion opposite to mv Individ.
ual views, I w yield to the majority.
regardless of ray personal opinions.
My experiences have convinced ma
that tho suggestions offered from
time to time by the women of the
community should receive the utmost
consideration. Our laws regulating
the saloons and the sale of liquor
should be rigidly enforced. The work
of tho finance committee and tho
other principal committees should bo
open to suggestion and subject to
criticism, and the criticisms and sug
gestions and co-operation of repre
sentatives or our various civic bodies
should be Invited and eacouraged In
such work. If elected, I pledge my
self to tiso my utmost endeavors to
carry out the Ideas outlined above
nnd to glvo Medford an Impartial,
progressive, business administration."
Stands on Platform
On this platform tho voters of
Medford, by their expressed prefer
ence at tho polls, havo etvOtod me to
the offlco of mayor, and It would In
deed ho a pervorslon at this time to
In tho smallest degree dopnrt from
my pre-election promises, It will bo
my purpose, therefore, to carry Into
(Continued on page 2.)
(Continued on page 8.)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22.--Amer-lea's
reply to Bng.land'8 note protest
ing against the law exempting Ameri
can const-wlso ships from Panama
canal tolls will bo handed to Sir Ed
ward Qroy, foreign secretary of Oroat
Britain, nett Xlonday, according to
announcomont hero this afternoon by
Secrotnry of State Knox. The note
will be presented to Parliament Jau.
UO, whoa Its text will bo published.
OLYMPIA, Wash., Jan. 22,The
lower houso or the state legislature
Is today on record as being unani
mously in favor of direct election of
United States senators by the people,
Tho subject came up late yeaterdar
for discussion when Representative
Dunntuham Introduced a Joint reso
lution calling for the direct election
Tho voto of every member at the
house was recorded for the resolu
tion, it was Immediately transmitted
to tho senute. Should the upper
house receive the bill with tne same
enthusiasm as it was aecrded In Him
house, Washington will he the third
state In the union to nave ratified
this progressive amendment. It taken
36 states to eaaet It Into kw.