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Medford Mail Tribune
EDIT J ON
I'nlr tonight Sfmr. 7J MIh.
IWj I'irrlp. .02.
lUlly HflVi-lltll Vrnr.
WAR TO BEGIN 6-YEAR TERM
AGAIN ON NEXT FOR PRESIDENT
MONDAY NIGHT! PASSES SENATE
Powers Notified Tlint Active War
fare Is to Dc Resumed Mondny
All Vessels Are Prohibited From
Harlior of Salonika Coast Mined.
WASIIIN0T0N, IVb, I. Hindil
ilii'M between tin Haitian iillii'H niitl
Turkey will ho aelUely resumed Muu
tin v exening, ni'i'ohliiiK to lnliiiiiutlliiil
limismiltcil In the hlntr depiiiluieiil
hero today in a tmlilr l'i mn t'.iilcil
Slates Ambassador Itiii'Uiill ni I'nii-
'I'lin American minister nt AiIu'iih
iil-o cabled Imhiy tlmt nil ccls
hereafter Mill li prohibited fioni tln
hiiihnr of Salonika.
Tln Auicitcuu minister ul Sofiii
"Official nolirienlion lint lntt re
iclc, from the llulgnritm foreign
ministry, tlmt tin' whole of iIih const
of Sisi uf Marmora, occupied li.v tin
llulgHr, lint been protected liy
LONDON, b. I.-- Pmelicnllv the
IhkI Imp" r HMiro between Turkey
ninl tin llnlknti allies it fled nln
Willi the departure of tin- lliilknn e.t
I1H, in IIW nlllllPHl t'l'ttlllll I lit 1
wsr will li nwiiuicd. Klnjuu Nuxok
milch, lieiiil of Hie Scniall ilelcgn
lion, niiIiI before IiIh departure lluil
lin believed iHterfeienee liy the hum
mmii powers it now impossible.
"The next convention for pence,'
he said, "mihI miy new tunu-lire will
lie hiiiiiik'iI on n drumhead on Hie
liMttlefiehl lifter ihe fall of Adrian
oiile. Ami miy sclllcmciit nrriwd nl
will hne o iiii'hnle tlie absolute ces
sion of Scutari ninl .Inniiui."
The only icprcwcntnlivi' of Ihe !-
Hen left today- i-"lr. VrmiiMi. li
Sen inn minister lo Frnnce. I'rrmlvr
Wnzilns has ilrnirli'il for Allien,
nml Dr. Streil, the other (lieck envoy
lint re I urn ft to Vienna to represent
hi tpix eminent there.
Itet'iire leu vine Ihe eitv Venxiln
declared hi belief tlmt the second
period of die war would he short.
''Out J ennui for resuming the
f'KliliiiU'." he said, "i" Ihnt negotia
tions which ilo not hrniK pence ne
useless. The thoiiHiimU of lumps hi
Ihe field nre gradually ejkhausling
the resource of Hie nllioM. We 'hull
now destroy nil the fruit of th.it
policy liy sharp ninl decisive ! 'lion
in the field."
The departure of the llatkm, en
vo.vm hat greatly iIIm'oiiiiii'I ihe
ambassadors of the Kiiropean )')
ers, anil thine optimists who did nut
believe the war would he resumed.
It in now eoneeded thai Hie ulli.s nre
not bluffing. The TnrkUh enviv
nie Mt ill lien', and llesehld P.iVIm,
their leader, says he hat no ,.,tn
CHICAGO, Feh. 1,- Zero weather
and ureal suI'lVving among Chicago'.
poor in predicted today at Ihe re.
suit of a heavy snowstorm which it
ruging In'ie. The weather liiiroim
slates that If Ihe storm IiihIh t! more
dayH the leinporaturo. will drop far
helow r.uro, ninl iMianliililo oikmiii.h.
IIi.iih nre inakiuu hurrii-d preparalioiiH
to Have I ho liven willed will ho en
danp'red liy the hllhiK ('"hi.
Diiven hv u IiIkIi wind off Lake
.Miehiirnn, the. hiiow loday in rtweep-
inn tiiniuli Ilia hriel: I'liuyoim of Ihe
"Loop" dinliict and neaily overy
nil eel ear linn in the. oily i fif;hliii(,'
hard lo la'cp rolnj;. Up on tlio ele
vated trniiiH Ihn driviut; hiiow makex
it alnioHl iiuportHilih) for tho inoliir.
men In nee ahead, and horvieo U all
DILL PASSED DY COMMITTEE
WAMIINOTON, Koli. 1. Tho
workmuiia' enniion8a(lun hill, provlil
Iiik a Kriuliinituil hciiIu or ilamuKos for
lujtiiieH uiiHtulnoil by jHirHonB oiikubocI
by lutoratuto coinmuico cnrporatluint
whllo on duty wum voted on favor
ably by tho hniiHo Jmllcliiry commit
too this udoruoou.
Senator Work's BUI Is Passed After
Two Day Debate by Vote of 47 to
23 or One More Than Necessary
Many Amendments Offered.
WAHIUNOTON', Feb. t After
two itit)H bitter debute and after voIdn
hrul been tukeii on u bnlf it ururo of
iniillniu (inietiilliin bit (ilnti, everyoiie
of wlilell wiipi defealeil, tbn lountltu
llnnnl amcuiliaunt fathered by Kenn
lor John l. WorkM of Cnllforulit. that
the iiniilileiitlnl term be nU yenrt mid
Hint no pri'Hliti'iii may bo ri'-elrrieit,
i:im.'i Hie ueiiati thin aftetnoou by
I In llrrcHiiiry IwO'llllrdN vote.
The tliiul eounl Nlood 47 for, 23
The U'nrkH niiu'iiiltnent In ilenlcued
lo tieionie i-ffiTllve liimii'illni'ily on
lit rnilrlrntlou by thtre-fonrllm of
llm Mate In the union.
Iiiimedlntely before tho vote wok
Inkeii on W'nrkt reHolullou Ihn nmenil.
nieiit by Hi'initor Hulhiirlntiil, provld
Iiii! Ihut Ibi' pri'lil'ul who boblt of
flie when tbn Wnrkn niaeudiiienl be-
roinet etfifllve. hIiiiII not nerve for
iiniro limn four i'rH. wnn rejeeted
:tS to 2U
hT. I'lrmiHimtn, ivt. i.-nen-
imlcheM hern lodny from I'rnKun do
lure Hint more tlinu 'J&0.0(in Ainlrlan
troop are roureiilrttteil today on Hie
frontier of llimuln. tuny HiomMniU
of oilier reinrvlnlH nre bo Iiik enrolled
In tbn Aunlro-lluiiRiirUn provlnnnt uu
tho border of Ituimla. It In iH'lleved
here Hint tho diuiRnr of an Austro-HuiiKarlna-ltuimlau
rupture hnn not
S A I.I'M, Ore., 1'ch. I. Speaker
McAithur of tlie Htato Ihmi-c of up
rcnentalivet it today mlvocntiui; a
hinder m'umou on account of tlie larRc
number of billt introdiu'ed. Already
lll.'l IiiIIm are hefoiv the house for
I'ouhidciatiou hesjdet the hcualc bills
Many ineinbeiH are in favor of ox
Icndim: the Hcshiou until Match first,
althoiu'h Hu'.v will mu'ivo no iiddi
COAL MINERS GO
BCIt ANTON', Pa.. IVb. 1, Tho
nHinliiK kuu In tho war of iiuIouIhui
verHim raplta) wnH fired hero today
when union mlncra employed In conl
inlnoH hern went on utrlke, Tho walk
out followed tho falluro of initio on
KlneorH to comply with nu ultimatum
of tho United Worker of Mnorlcn to
Join the union boforo I'd). 1.
RAN IMIANCISCO, Kelt. 1. Claim
ing ho wan lured Into a tenderloin
resort by two younu woiuon und was
then driiKKcd and robbod, n man who
khvo IiIh nnino as Clmrlea H. Colby of
HrantH Pumb, Ore, appoalod to tho po-,
llco today to recover u Bold watclt,
HtU'kpin mid J 100 In cuuh.
Car Is Robbed
POUTI.ANl). Ore., Fob. 1. A lono
lilKhwavmau held a Portlaud UelghtB
car oarly today and relieved Conduc
tor O. P. Daniel of ?S in unroll
HOLDS UP TRA N
IN CITY'S HEART
Lone Bandit Daringly Robs Express
Train In Heart of Chicago's Finan
cial District Boldest in History of
CHICAOO, IVb. . -Thf deprrd'i.
tioiiM of Jrse .JiiineH, Hie Yiuin;ir
liiother nod other old littir dekperu
i1oiH were backed off the IxiariU here
today by Ihe operatiout of n oi.
baiiitit who IiihI nieiit held up mi i
preht ttiiiu in the linn I of Ciieai:oV
IiiihIiichk ilmlrii'l and mmlu hit way t.
freedoui with Imil "lilnitli'd nt frotu
7.'.(HI(I lo .KKI.IIIKI.
Tlie lolihery, one of Ihe Imldett in
Chieai'o'N iiitory, with the work of n
Nlecl nerved man. I'sinu' a handker
chief for n musk, the bandit forced
Ihe exptfHt ini'HM'iicer to turn over
the key to hit hiife coutniaiut; ycMe:
tlay't entire receiptH at the t'nioii
Stock Yardt. Tlie conlenlt we.v
thrown into n leather bai; and the
hiiinlit Marled to leave the car.
The conductor, armed with a revol
ver, attempted to lilnek the robber' i
patli hut wan knocked down hv a blow
from the robber's fit. Then thu
baiulit juuipi'd from the train and,
ininliiiK with the thentre cmwtlt in
ihe htreet ecaped.
Tho popular petition Inaugurated
by the Mall Tribune to tho mayor and
city council nuking tho retention of
II, J. Itunyard tin market inimtcr la
growing constantly, and bids fair to
be the largest petition ever presented
to tiny body of men In the history of
the city. From all walks of life, and
from all sections of tho city, Ihe cou
pons, provided by tho Mall Tribune
are rolling In. They are being tnken
rare of for presentation to the coun
cil. liy way of nailing n Ilo which Is be
ing circulated by certain parties not
overly friendly with tho public mar
ket, let It bo known now that tho
Mall Tribune Is not attempting to dic
tate tho appointments nt Muyor Kl
fert. It simply rcallxes what Mr.
Itunyard has done tor tho public mar
ket and what the public markot means
to tho people of Medford and vicinity.
Tho Mall Tribune Is a champion of
tho public market and always will
bo found fighting for Its best Inter
ests. At present Its best Interest!
demand the retention of Mr. Itunyard.
Mat beyond nil this the Mall Tribune
knows that tho people of Medford by
an overwhelming majority deslro to
seo Mr. Itunyard retained. Know
lug this, It called upon tho people to
voice their choice, In order thut tho
nnvll chorun of a halt doxen lusty
throated enemies of tho market might
not bo mistaken for n majority of tlie
people. That a vast majority favors
Mr. Itunyard Is amply tdtown In the
number of petition coupons roturned.
And yet tho mnro tho better. So
add to tho good work und send In
your name, If you bollevo In tho
public market; ir you would seo It
prosper, now is tho time to act. Bend
In your name.
MADUID, Kelt. 1. It Is officially
roported today that tho rjueen of
Spain oxpecta n visit from tho stork
In June, She already has four chil
dren, Postofflce Robbed
1.1VK OAK, Cal., Feb. 1. Secur
ing $300 lit cash and S:i00 worth of
stumps, u gang of robbers dynamited
tho postottlco siifo hero early today.
Postmaster Wets lluuok was awnk
omul by tho explosion and boon had
nu armed I'Obbo on tho trail.
OREGON, HA'iTJtUA V, miHUARY 1, 101H.
TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH
DR. DOTY TO LOOK
4fHw '9- iB
'larking new nt In tbr nl.ltloun uf employer mid tMnpluyet the A m tri
es n Telephone and Tclwnph (.'"lupuiiy. the Weileru t'tilmi Telegraph Ciimp.tii
ud the Wentrru Kleclrk- Company, ulildi urn allied curpuralluun, have nun
pleled arruogeuirnU'fur a yiem of iin-dlcul vupervUluu und nuuliury iiiuIumIi
designed to preserve the health of their two hundred tbuiKiiod employes. Dr.
Alrnti II. Doty, formerly Health Offlier of Hie I'urt of .New York, bus been
Appointed medical dllrclor of Ihe HmployeV lleueflt I'mid Comtultlee. lu
cbsrgo of the petndwi and U-k benefit yntcm, Dr Duty's dep.irlmeul will
lisve suiiervUlou over III and lujuied employ et and olitulu mttlliiil ;iud tir
gtcnl sld fur nil at-edlnc sin b Arntiiiremenls wilt be umde mIHi liupltul
throughout I be country for Hie prompt riiepilnti of employe who amy deeld
upon lliU form of frniliiit-nt
TO CROSv OM
NTAV YOHIC. Feb. 1. Keen disnp
Kinlmcnt prevailed here today over
the failure of Dr. Frederick Franz
Friedmnnii, discoverer of an alleged
tuberculosis cure, to sail for New
Yoik from North Hampton thin nfter
noon on the streamer Mmtrrtanin, as
originally planned. At the last mo
ment Dr. Friedmnnii cancelled hU
rcservutioit on tho steamer to remain
in (lennnuv and consult with Oenunn
government officials, who seek to
keep his discovery nt home.
Tlie offer of Charles K. Fialav,
president of the Aetna National bank
of $1,000,1)00 if the euro relieved
tuberculosis' patients, was the magnet
drawing rVicilmnnn to the United
States. Since Finlny made tho offer
lie has received more than 3,000 ap
plications, from consumptive suffer
ers who wish o take the treatment,
nml others nre coin'mc nt I lie rate of
'-'.jO per day. Finlny offered to turn
over $1,000,000 lo Fricdinuuu provid
ed l)."i cures were effected out of 100
FRITZI TOO FRISKY 10
LIVE WITH SOBER JOHN
NRW YOIUC, Feb. 1. Ab tho re
sult of nn alleged "clash of temper-
maments" Frltzl Scheff, tho light
opera favorite, Is today granted an In-
torlocutroy decree of divorce from
John Fox, Jr., tho author. Tho
papers In tho case nro sealed.
Friends of tho couplo deelaro tho
dlvorco Is duo to the Inability of tho
vivacious slngor to sympathUo with
thu disposition of tho sober student.
(Sign this and mail or bring to Mail Tribuuo for
presentation to city council).
To tho Mayor and Co'uncil
of tho City of Medford, Oregen:
As a citizen of Medford, I protest against, making
tho public market tho spoils of politics and petition
your honorable body to reappoint tho prcsont markot
inastor, .7'. E. Kunyard, who has so satisfactorily con
ducted tho market since its first oponing.
AFTER HEALTH OF EMPLOYES
FRANK M. RYAN
OUT ON. BAIL BY
: ORDER OF COURT
CHICAGO, Fell. 1. The release of
Frank XL Hynn, president of the In
ternational Association of Ilridge and
Structural Iron Workers, one of the
il.1 union men convicted of unlawfully
transporting dynamite, was ordered
released this afternoon by the United
Stales circuit court of appeals.
United Slates District Attorney
Charles W. Miller, of Indianapolis,
approved tho $70,000 bonds offered
for tho releao of Hie labor lender.
Itvon will be released from the gov
ernment prison at Fort Ieuvenworth,
FOR ALL BRIDEGROOMS
SALKM, Ore., Feb. 1. -A hill pas,
ed by the hom-o, after favorable com
ment on tlie part of many members,
provides that nil mule applicants for
marriage licenses must undergo an
examination as to their physical fit
ness. WITNESS IS uiT
DARROW CASE HALTS
l.OS ANGKLF.S, Feh. 1. Illness of
XIrs. Dora Unin, a prosecution wit
ness, called u halt in the Dnrrow trial
loday. There was no session of the
court, tho trial being carried over
until .Monday afternoon.
"Excellent Chance" Stales W. H.
Gore, "for Road Legislation, But
Much Hard Work Is Necessary,
Particularly With rlouse Members!'
'There scrnm to he mi jccellenl
chance for rood leciklntion at this
session of tlie legislature, but much
hard work is ncceMiry particularly
mnontf house members" states W. II.
(lore, who with W. II. Cnnon mid' O.
i'utiinm of the Commereiul club rond
committee, returned Saturday from
Snletn where thry busied ihemseUcs
looking nfter highway legislation, af
ter nccompmiying the Portland dele
gation to Salem Thursday, in the fa
irest of Ihe I'anama eximiition ap
propriation. "While we were in Salem, Ihe sen
ate passed the Ilnrrett hill, nn en
abling net to permit counties to issue
bonds for rond purjxscs. The men
sure is n good one nml will enable
counties to go nheml with rond con
struction. "The same dav, the house passed
the Orange enabling net, which the
jK-nple voted down Inst fall. Ilepre
senutive Hctimes mnde n gallant fighi
against the measure, which provides
cumbersome and unwieldy methods
mid is imprncticuly because it cntniU
uK)n the bond buyer the siicrvi.sion
of the proceeds of the bonds. It was
carried by n small margin. The house
will probably reject tlie Harrett bill,
and the seunto the Orange bill nnd n
conference committee be appointed
Into to draw, up u compromise men
"The outlook for trunk line or Pa
cific highway legislation is not so
bright, but still think something may
be accomplished Iran energetic rn'm
IMiigii is waged. It Is probable tlmt a
state aid bill of some ort will nlso
"Senntor Von der Hellen has the
situation well in hand in the senate,
nnd the senate is favorable to n pro
gram of rond legislation. The house
seems dominated largely by the
Grange element nnd apathetic ns to
roads. Hut on the whole, the pros
pects nre brighter than I thought nt
"The legislature is to visit Samuel
Hill nt Xraryhill, Wn., Feb. 0 nnd as
his guests will he taken over the mod
el roads he has const meted nnd
shown modem rond building equip
ment nnd methods. XIr. Hill is hav
ing box ears fitted up for lantern
pictures, and will deliver lectures up
on good roads on the way to nnd from
Xiaryhill. I think, nfter tho legisla
tors see these rouds, they will he
more inclined to favor n comprehen
sive program of road legislation."
W. XL Colvig nnd A. K. Itenmes re
mniued over nnd will assist fuilher in
I WHITE WAY
NEW YORK, Feb. 1. Former
President Ciprlano Castro of Vene
zuela, would-bo Immigrant into
America, who Is In tho country on
bonds pending habeas corpus proceed
ings to nullify Secretary Nagles do
nlal of his right to enter, Is gleefully
celebrating here. Tonight Castro
plans to seo tho Qreat Whlto Way.
WEST VIRGINIA FOLKS IN
LINE ON INCOME
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1. With
West Virginia today ratifying tho In
come tax constitutional amendment
tho 35th Btato to fall In lino, only
one more stato Is needed to mako tho
Baby at Becker Home
NRW YOIIK, Feb. 1. Carrying a
baby girl, tho btork arrived today at
the homo of Mrs, Charles Uockor,
wife of tho former police lieutenant,
now In Slug Sing awaiting electrocu
tion for tho murder of QuoibleV Her
muu llQseutttal hero.
Mananer Sullivan of Rogue River
Canal Company States That Assis
tance Alanq Educational Lines by
Local Organizations Brings Results
Tho educational campaign, insti
tuted by local organizations to secure
irrigation for the. Roguo Iliver valley
is bringing good results. According;
to J. T". Stillivnn, mnnnger of tho
Ifngitf) Hiver Volley Canal company.
During tho past week n number of
ranchersjhave called on Mr. Sullivan
and signed contracts for wnter in
accord with tho proposition of tho
qompnny which places the contracts
in escrow until n. certnin ncrcngo is
signed up, which will allow the com
pany to proceed with the extension
of its canals, to cover 'm,000 acres of
land in the valley.
"Since the contracts nnd proposi
tion offered by our company have
been placed before, the public through
tho papers," stntcs XIr. Sullivan, "I
find that a large number of ranchers,
heretofore almost imnpproachublc on
the subject, hnvo taken it upon them
selves to rail on us nnd discuss tho
mntlcr. Some have signed up. The
educational camMtign is having
The committees of the organiza
tions appointed to conduct the cam
paign nre busy with their plans which
nre now about in shne to actively
undertake the work, and gain still
There is no doubt but Hint the val
ley, once nlivo to the renl need of
water, will put the matter through.
ONE DAY IN JAIL
KANSAS CITV, Feb. 1. Ono day
in the county jail was tho sentence
imposed on Col. Wm. It. Nelson, own
er of the Kansas City Star and one
of Colonel Theodore lloosovelt's most
ardent supporters in tho national
election, following his conviction hero
today of contempt of court ngainst
tho tribunal presided oyer by Circuit
Judge Guthrie. Attorneys for Colonel
Nelson immediately Hied nn appeal
for n writ of habeas corpus.
Nelson was found guilty nnd sen
tenced by Judge Guthrie. He wns
convicted over tho strenuous objec
tions of his Attorneys, who denied
that he was guilty of contempt.
ON KLAMATH STOCK
SALEXL Ore.. Feh. 1. Govornor
West today issued a proclamation re
moving tho quarantine placed nearly
two years ngo on tho cattle and
horses of Klnmnth nnd Lake counties
which were nfi'ected with senb.
At tho renuest of the state bonrd
of health, the bureau of animal indus
try and tho stnte veterinarian, the
qunrnuuuo was place on the stock or.
those two counties hv n proclamation
issued April 2.i, ll)U.
PLAN TO FREE
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1. "Stud ns
n wot hen," only feebly expresses tho
feelings of fiitffrugetto leaders here
today when thoy learned of a "das
tardly plot" to liberate 1,000 mice
among their marchers on inaugura
Tho suffragette headquarters waa
informed tlmt collego students plan
to station mice-distributors nt var
ious points nlong Pennsylvania ve
niio nro gleefully trapping in prepara
tion for tho bitf scramble.