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MEDFOUD, OltHQOtf, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1013.
YOUNG TURKS ORDER COURT-MARTIAL
OF AMBASSADORS; ENVOYS RECALLED
Envrr Dry Urronics Military Dictator
ul Turkry Followl"" Hie Assasslnn
tlun ol Nazlm Pnslin New Cabinet
Tin kry Now Stands on Powilrr Mau
ailnr Forrlmi Intervention Now
CONSTANTINOPLE, .Inn. 21.
Tim firt official net of Hi" new
Tiiifeish tuilititot utter reoHlling tin
Ottoman ponne 'ii.t from Ignition
wh tit rciwtll tun Turkish HinhMgmi
dor ftmu ViiHimi and N. IVtipdnint
for ooint martini.
Tin iiiithiiwMiilnni tiro accused of
mi( maintaining strong pollen in he
Imlf of Turkey against th Imlknn
Thnuwind of Ablatio troops oio
il tlio Uoiliom into Turkey lust
night mill today. Mure limn .'10(1,(100
Aftinlfo wildler have Im'oii brought
Imro from Asiatic Turkoy tdiieo Hip
urmWUoo with tlio Mullaui allies .!
siticd, ttitil ilm Young Turks iu
Imunllug thnl tlio Potto i" belter pro
iMtnul now tn jinmi'oiilo tlio unr I'uih
Since IiIm iiiHiiiitnionl itM uillilnrj
commander, uoi' Hey nlro has us.
slimed tlio title tif oliiof of stuff "I
Hit Turkish forfO". In ronlllv In i
uiililHry diotnlnr of Turkey.
Illiitno for tlio killing Into yestoiduy
of N'ttzim Pasha was placed on Nh
imV own aides, vim droit at Envur
I Joy, Tnlniil I'li'lm uiul other n thov
ihmiiiI tlio iIohiI man's liotiio, no
roiitiiMr to mi official iniitiiry lo.lry.
Umor Hoy unit the olhon. ret n reel
Tho now nnhlnt't In drafting a now
mply to tlio nolo of tlio power. It
wiih learned thai a largo part of
Ittiropcaii Turkey, Including Albania,
will do of feint if Turkey i peiiuilled
In lelalu Ailrianiiple,
VIENNA. Jan. a I.--In view of Hl'
danger of gonotul European diffi
oiiHIom as a iohiiIi of I lie Turkl-h
roiolulloii, all plans fur a genotnl li
umhilUnlion of Amdrinii lumps In
lay wiih abandoned.
ST. IT.TKItSlll'im. .Inn. 2l--Sug-gmdinn
lliul tlio Ttiplo Alliance nii'l
the Ttiplo Intt'iile immediately inter,
vono jit Till key In reKiiloil (inlay t)
liavo lieen unit to the foreign office
uf tlio Kutopeuu powers li Russian
A I'nwiler .Mine
IHHH.TN. Jan. it. -"Tlio Turk lu
day HtnmU with a turoli In a powilor
iiiiiKiixluo, ami tliero will lie wild
work nlHuwhcro limn upnn tliu Trliat
alja linen iiiiIphh prompt iiioiihiiioh
mo tnlten to loHtralu lilin."
TIiIh comment on tlio Intent dnvtd
npuumtri In Cniutantlnoplo was voiced
hero today liy a leadlnit Merlin ikiwh
pnpor. mid It ni'euratoly Hummed up
tho Tiirklnli tdtontlou iih viewed liy
llorllu and forolmi diplnmntit hero.
Alt (loriuau coveinmeiit ufflclaltt mo
(Contliniod on pitKo 'J.)
WABHINOTON, Jan. 21. Statu
intuitu today by I'rcRldunt-Nlect
Woodrow Wilson that ho would bo
content without an Innumiral rocop
Hon aro taken to Imlleato that all
plana for mielal functlomi at tho In
aiiKuratlna will bo almiidnuod.
A rortmt rnuvaHH of tho onnnto
uhowod a majority of tho mmatora
aitnliiBt iihIii( tm oupltol for an In
augural rocoptlon, althniiKli It Ih bo
llnvod tlioy would not oppoBu Hiusli a
movo If Wllsou favorud It.
WASIIIMI ION, .Inn "I .l.tnif . .1
Hill, tli" i.iiln.iiil inniate, niriw.l
Imro tiiii'tpri till Itnlav to lii
liofino III" Imii e i'iiIiimiiIIi'i' Him -II
allilf tlio lllilie tin-1 lie hiih lie
l'llllHHllC. liv I"- '. I.IH V. Hill
A5 MONEY TRUST
WASHIN'OTOK.Jnti 21. Tliero in
no micli tliiutf an a mom-v iritnt
TIiIn with tlio liiuilen of ti'xtimon.v
offered In Hip limine moiiov trut lu
OMtipititiu Ihoo l'lny by II. P. I)ni
Hon, jiimnr inciuber of tho banking
tirm of J. P. Morcau i('n nnd
iro prcwidrlil of din )"ir NAtimial
Hank of New Vorl; eity. Dnvinon'
allt'iiHoit eauie in the form of ti
olattiuotit in whielt lie naiil in bchntf
of MorxMit'H Finn. Tin rmnuuttee
roeoiveil the xttilemout hut refused to
iuontportito it into the reoonU of itn
iuviMtiKatiou until after fnillior eon
"Our firm believe," ihe stotemont
rend, "that there i no hueli tiling,
either in form or fael, an a money
Iriikt. Tho iiH'mhor of .1. P. Morjciin
Co., bolioo that tho only permit
iieut iiitluouee po-.NOo.od by men
ptotnlneiit ip finaneinl affaint in duo
rnllrcly to ihe publir'n eoiitldcuee in
their iduiraelor or rooord.
"Thoio ha been presented to your
committee tnlilo. from whieh it lias
been inferred- -and in many now
paporn 'proved' that a Kroup tif .INS
direelor control Hip n .( of eor
pnratioiiM wIioho acKreuate roMiurees
aio 2;,0(l,000,l)l)0. No htich eontiol
eis nnd lio hiu-Ii ilciluelioilM prop
erly can he iimdo from thexo tablet.. '
TWELVE DROWN WHEN
(lltlOAT (lltlMII.SY. KiiKlaud. Jan. 21.
Thrown from a rnpttlipil lifeboat
after their vpkhoI hnd foiiudorod at
tho mouth of tho Dumber, 12 of tho
erow of tho hark A ml a wero drowned
aicerdlni: to tho Htory belm; told to
day by thruo Hiirvlvora who readied
hero. Tlii'BM iiurvlvorH oIiiiik to tho
upturned boat and drifted 12 hour.
MANY DEATHS ARE DUE
TO FALLING STRUCTURE
MeKlNNK.Y, To.w, .Inn. 21. ll U
e.speeleil that many moro bodies will
bu reooverod toduy I'toin tho ruins of
the Odd Follow liall, a lliroo htory
htrueturo whieh collapsed Hiiddouly,
burying !l.ri peihous. Seven bodies
wero reeovtued a few hours nftor tho
Many deeds of heroism wore re
I'tirileil in tlio saving of women and
children from tlio falling building.
PATENTS ON TWO COAL
CLAIMS ARE GRANTED
WASIIINflTONT, Jan, 21. Patents
on two eoal claims, aggregating 200
utiles near Juueaii, Alaska, and tho
first to ho given out sineo tho Qlavls
Hallingor controversy, wero granted
Imro today by Scorclury of tho In
tel lor Kisher. Tlio grants open the
way for Alaska to get its first supply
of coal from homo.
FIGHT RETURNS SATURDAY
The Mtiil Tribune, in iweonlnwo with itH hhiijiI cn
tcrpriHc, Iiiih iiuhIc jtrntncincntH to Hcciirc returns over
ji tlirect wire to the rinj;8ilo of the Au Andorsoii
Sniiimy Trott fij,'ht at VeriKin Sfttiinliiy. nfternoon. Ah
(lie fiht will not hIjii'I until IStlo p. hi. the returns will
lie too lute to publish in the regular jifternoon edition.
Therefore fill the boxing Ihhk in the eity lire invited by
the Mail Tribune to be present at its offjees Saturday
afternoon to receive returns. The story of the fihl
will be told round bv round.
NOT GET SALARY
HAI.HM. Oro. Jan 21 -A ronotu
lion Ik today In I ho bonne proposing
tlio hiiIuiiInMoi) of n referendum menu
tiro lit I lio people at tho next election
to rrcttto I lio officii of lieutenant
governor. Under tho conMltutlonal
amendment proposed the offlco of
nontenant governor In to bo a lion
xalarled one except when tho lieuten
ant governor Khali bo unrvlng uh gov
TRY FOR FREEDOM
P.lMONTON Albertti, Jan. 2.
Three convicts made it daring attempt
to escape from the Kdmouton cni
tcntiiu',t yesterday afternoon at )
o'clock. It was jmt nt tho close of
the dny's work as the men wore re
turning to their night quarters.
riamhoiing 11111.0011 to the room of n
building ndjoluiui; a fence at tho rear,
they mailu fast a length of rope and
slid down. They wero quickly otitsido
the bounds mid across tho railway
tracks, t.Hoding toward (lovcniuu'iit
One of Ilm guards doing sentry
tlutv saw the men escaping and fired
two shots, neither of which took ef
fect. The shots, however, alarmed
tlio rest tif the prison staff, a number
of whom wero quickly in pursuit of
the fugitives, who wcie shortly after
recaptured 011 (lovcniment avenue.
ESTATE 15 HER SON
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 21. Declar
ation Hint, to tho best of her knowl
edgo and belief, tho child now poBlug
as tho Infant of Mrs. Dorothy Slings
by, wife of Lieut. Chits. II. Sllngsby
and heir to a 1,1,000,000 esinto lu
Hnglnnd, Is her llcgltlmato son was
mado hero today by Mrs. I'red Ccr
talu, formerly MIbh Mllhui Anderson
of OoyHorvlllo, Cal.
AVIATOR AND MECHANICIAN
PLUNGE TO THEIR DEATH
KTAMPS, I'ranep, Jan. 21. Clnis.
Nienport, tho aviator, and his mech
anician, who is unidentified, while
Hying in 11 mouoplauo from Paris,
wero instantly killed today in 11 fall
near here. The machine turned turtle
201) feet in tho air.
Kdourd Nienport, a brother, who
invented tho machine in which to
day's fatality occurred, was killed in
an aeroplane accident 11 year ago,
PRESIDENT'S BROTHER VOICES
DENUNCIATION OF RECALL
UTICA, N. Y., Jan. 21. Hitter do
miiiciatlou of legislation which would
provido for recall of judges or judic
ial members was voted at tho slate
liar association by Henry V, Tuft,
brother of tho president. His oppo
sition to tlio recall Is practically tho
samo as offered on several other oo
cusions by tho president,
TCItlli: HAUTi:. (ml . Jan 21
f.'iir.eiio V Debs, rumlblato for prenl
dent of tho Unllcd States on the ro
clalUt ticket at Ilio rorotii olertlon,
was arrested hero today, charged with
obstructing Justlco by corrupting a
ltueM In tho government' cane
agalnm tho ApKal to Iteason. The
newspaper wail attacked by tho kot
ernment for violation nof the postal
Theodore Dobi, brother of tho ac
cimoil man, ami Luther Ilautn, broth-or-ln-law,
ftirnUhed a bond of $1000
for Delis before he was released.
Heforo agreeing to Helm' release,
United States Commludoncr O. M.
Ilnll stipulated that Debs should ap
pear at Hits MaytVrnI "of tho X'liltod
States court In tho third Knnsus ills
trlct Doha was Indicted two months
ago but sorvlco of the warrant was
dvluyed by tho Totted States mar
shal's offlco In Indianapolis.
Ni:W YORK, Jan. 21. Tho mar
ket closed steady today. The Turk
ish outbreak caused a slump of
Americas in Imdon, and this was
followed by u cvoro break In tho
homo market, Canadian Pacific
lost 2 3-1 and mauy other standards
dropped from ono to two points. A
flvoVi break In Illinois Central un
dermined the market, bearing It down
to a low point.
This was tho feature.
Donils wero steady.
WEBB IS SHORT TERM
N.VRHVILLK, Tenn., Jan. 21. W.
R. Webb was elected today short
term United States senator from
Tennessee, succeeding Newell San
ders, republican for tho uuctplred
term of tho late Senator Robert Tay
lor. Webli was tho fusion candidate
and received 73 votes In tho Joint
session of tho legislature against C3
for M. T, Dry an. Ho will servo un
til Mnrch -1.
JOLLY TOO JOLLY WITH
JOLLY GIRLS; IS JOLLIED
WASHINGTON. Jan. 21. Kountl
guilty of bolng too Jolly with women
and wluo, Captain Wado Jolly of tho
Marino Corps Is today dismissed from
tho sorvlco by order of President
RECORD PRICE IS PAID
FOR WINTER NELIS PEARS
The Roguo River Fruit &
" Produce association has just ""
been advised of tho salo of n ""
car tif Winter Kelts pears nt
' London, at a price of tfl.O.") a
box f. o. h. Medford. This is
" tho top prico for Winter Nelis "
"t pears in London, being n
" slight inoreaso over thu for- ""
"" iner high mnrk, .$1.87 received
" by Fred II. Hopkins of Snowy
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!WILL OF LATE JAMES R. KEENE
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Mr t'oxbull K'eetie. the sou of the lute James It. Kecne, daring ftunurlernnd
leader in lie ratibi: wnrtd was not Included In hM father's Wilt, whlcb dlipose
of uiany uilllloiK of do.isrs. Sir. Keetie left hU entire estate to bU widow,
dlreM!ii.'. Iiinvrr tluil h. look after liU ami and dauichler. LUe hU father,
Mr I'uxUall Ivuebe U a great sportstuitu and well known tlio world orer.
FRAMED UP CASE
8ALIJM. Ore., Jan. 21. E. Gard
ner, wanted at Grants Pass on tho
churgo of contributing to the delin
quency of a minor, was arrested hero
today by Sheriff William Usch.
Gardner was employed nt Grants Pass
In tho capacity of n private detec
tive. GRANTS PASS, Jan. 24. E.
Gardner, the man who Mipplicd tho
exiilence tisn which numerous con
victions wero had in the olice court
for violations of the anti-gambling
laws, is today himclf it hunted man,
a warrant having been issued from
Ihe juvenile court by Judge Jewell,
charging Gardner with contributing
to the delinquency of -a minor.
The specific complaint laid against
Gardner is that he induced Willard
Crawford, a seventeen-year-old boy,
to make a bet with him umiii n game
of billiards in tho Ijtwrence & Skill
man billiard and pool hall, Tho
stakes of the wager aro alleged to
have been a drink of soda water, it
being r.aid that Gardner could not.
get a different bet than thtit from
Gardner, a detective from Port
laud, put in several weeks hero get
ting evidence against numerous par
tics for gatublimr, the games ranging
from cards with chips at ono cent
each to side bets on billiards, and
some $.150 in fines were raked in by
the city in. tho way of penalties when
tho parties, complained of either nid
"guilty" or were convicted in the
trial that followed.
Critieit.nl followed regarding the
methods employed by Gardner to get
games with muiio of the young men
brought heforo the court, and this
charge against him follows, the com
plainant being Fred Contain, one of
the young men who plead guilty to
tho charge of playing pen ixiol with
Gardner at 25 cents a cue. Gardner
left hero Tni'Mlny night supposedly
for Portland, tilthough the officials
had been notified to arrest him, and
11 special officer has left hero to
bring him back to tliis county to
soon as be was under arrest.
When Gardner is arrested (ho case
will come heforo tho juvonilo court
of which Stephen Jewel is judge.
Prosecuting Attorney E, E. Kelly
camo over from Medford, and ban
been working on the case.
Master mechanics nt tho various
uavy yards have received substantial
REV." FRANK HORN
RICHMOND. Cab, Jan. 21 ,"To
protect my health," is tho reason
given by the Rev. Frank Horn, for
mer pastor of the First Baptist
church here, who la In Jail today for
dodging the officers who sought him
on a desertion and bigamy charge
Horn Is accused by Eva Mae do Tov
rca,' of San Francisco, of marrying
nor under tho name of do Tovrea In
September. 1910, while ho had a wife
living In Everett. Wash.
When first accused, Horn declared
It was his "twin brother" who mar
ried the woman. He sticks to this
Horn Is known In this section bav
ins formerly operated hero and at
Ashland. Ho fled tho country when
about to bo placed under arrest.
HOUSE PASSES THREE
BILLS OVER VETO
SALEM, Ore., Jan. 21. Over tho
veto of Governor West, tho house to
day passed three bills loft over from
tho last legislature.
Tlies.0 wero the bills passed:
Senate bill by Wood To onablo
people affected to creato new coun
ties by their own vote.
Somite bill by Hurrett Increas
ing tho salary of the district attorqey
of tho Fifth District from S2700 to
$3500 a year.
Senate bill by Calkins and Mean
To Increase tho salary of the dis
trict attorney of tto first district
from it 100 to 12100 n year.
It la believed tho test of strength
between Governor West and those
opposod to him will como tomorrow
when tho organization will attempt
to pass tho two senate bills relating
to tho creation of an emergency board
to pass on deficiencies, which passed
tho senate last week.
WOULDN'T MOVE ACROSS
HALL TO LIVE WITH WIFE
NEW YORK, Jan. 21, llecauso ho
refused to movo across tho ball in
their fashlomiblo apartments and
live with her. Mrs. Edith H. McDon
ald la today Booking a divorco from
James P. McDonald, who hoads $20,
000,000 wortb of mlulng nnd railroad
Interest 011 tho Island of llaytl.
Sudden Rise In Temperature and Re
sultlnrj Rain Causes Srtew t Dis
appear Rapidly Which Farces Riv
ers Up More Rain Tonight.
Three Foot Rise This Morning In
Rogue Cold Snap on Mountains
Holds Snow There.
A sndden rise in temperature nnd n
downpour of min in a result has
caused a rise In tho streams of thw
section nnd it npponrs today as if
high waters will rage during the next
few days unless the cold wnve re
turns. Rain is predicted for tonight.
On Thursday night .1.1 of art inch fell.
There is more snow in tho foothills
nnd mountains at present than in
yenrs. Reports from the higher alti
tudes today show that the cold snap
there Is utill maintained and this fact
may hold tho streams lo sorae extent.
Roguo river raised three feet Fri
day morning nnd continues to rise.
Other streams nrc somewhat swollen.
Regardless of the weather condi
tions no damage is expected as rtver
fjowii are k-nrdly poKkible except in
very limited areas. ' Traffic' may ha
delayed but nothing more set-ions' is
The depth of snowr in the hills has
increased nbout eight itiche.s n tiny
for several days past and has reach
ed n depth from three lo ten feet "ac
cording to locnlity. A largo number
of homesteaders and ranchers in tho
mountain districts are snowed in.
Tho snowfall in Medford to date
has totaled 17 inches, the heaviest in
manv yenrs in a like length of time.
SAME OLD STORY IN
SAME OLD, OLD WAY
OAKLAND. Cal.. Jan. 24. His
hopes of making n killing on tho race
to pay uncg the ruiitls stolen and
recoup his fortunes, Frank L. Sears,
paying teller in the Union Savings
bank, is in jail hero today, after con-fes-im?
to the embezzlement at Sl'J. -
000. Sears declared he was first
forced to steal last November lo pay
for his babv comincr into the world.
but continued losses on tho Juarez
races made restitution imiwssihle,
and ho was finally trapped.
Sears' system was to receive largo
deposits and then neglect to enter
the same in favor of Ilm deimsilor.
Ho stated he look as much ns $500 at
PROPOSED TAX ON WATER
POWER IN STATE REDUCED
SALEM, Ore., Jan. 24. Willi an
amendment reducing ita proposed tax
of 25 cents to .$2 per horse power on
ail water power claimed or appropri
ated in Oregon reduced to n flat rate
of 10 cents n horsepower on used
water power, and four cents n horse,
power on unused water power, n bill
introduced by Representative Chris.
Schnhcll was reported to tho iiouso
today with tho unaimoiis recommen
dation that it pass.
INLAND EMPIRE IS
SPOKANE, Wash., Jan. 21. Tho
Inland Emplro Is today covered with
from throe to f Ivo feet' of snow and
great difficulty Is being experienced
lu operating trains. Practically ull
Northern Pacific freight servlco has
been discontinued, but passenger
trains aro running close to schedule.
Reports from Pullman, Wash., say
that tho O. W. R. & N, station at (hat
placo is In danger of being swept
away by tho high water In the, Pa
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