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Medford Mail Tribune
Knlr nml wnrmer. Mmt.
NO, Mln. lit.
tirnnon HlsWnoal tfoolitt
City Hall jfl"MI
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Diillv Hnvi'iilli Vi'itr
STATE PROBE OFSAN DIEGO RESULTS IN REBUKE
OFFICERS SCORED LA FOLLEnE BAN JOHNSON JY COBB CAUSE OF Bl
run llthLtUlPb illlo vinu 10 oimuorHim r,
SWORN DUTIES PAYING BILLS TIGERS STRIKE yHSHi
Commissioner Welnstock, Appointed
by Governor Johnson Says Vlu.1
Inntcs Should Be Fined $5000 Each
Imprisoned 10 Years.
Perpetrators ol Outranks Far Greater
Criminals Than Those They Have
Branded as Anarchists.
SACKAMKNTO, nil., May 18.
Slinging ili'iiuiii'iiilinn i' the i'iiiii
piuga ui' dm I. W. W.'n nl Shu Diego
mill mi i'tii mori! stinging iletiunehi
liou uf tlm MglliiiitcV' of that i'IIj,
whom In eoiniitt" of iiu-Aiuorienii
nml uncivilised iiIminii nt' llii' disturb
it of Sim Diego, with ii'i'oiiimi'iiiln
tiiui llmt llii' Muli' mitlioiitii'M lake u
ili-imtii' tut 1 1 I in tin win- there, tin
tin- fcntiitr- o' 11 1(1.(101) vviinl report
mi Sun Diego conditions, Mint (uiliiy
to Governor Johnson by 1 InrriM Weiii
Mnek, appointed us n t'luiimirotiiuu'i'
tn iuu'stigute tin' Sun Dti'K" labor
WeiiiHtoek. in hi report, roundly
scored District Attorney II. S. I'tloy
of Sun Diego for indifference to (In
iclgn of IuwIcskiiohh mill goes ho fur
im to iiioti tin' federal Hluliiti'H mill
practically recommends tlmt till mem
bers lit' llio Sun Diego "vigilante"
hhotil.l Im Hui'il $.'1,01111 nti'li mul
hlimilil Im Miliji'i'l to forlVitunt of nil
lli inikjU'KoVot'.uii Aiiiitiicmi iiitiKuu.
Woi-Mt of OIiiiIniiU.
"Ilo Iiiim in Hit' yt-H of tlio luw,"
xniil WVIiihturk of lu Sun Uii'KO vi,
ilmitit, "iiimlit of himself n iMiniiiiul
11 fur cii'iilcr criniinnl tlimi tlioi
wliinii In' liniiiiU uk llnnlll.tM,, n
niitiiiuiK' 'il.vniiiniti'ih,' mul llii'
hi'iuit of the mirth'."
Aflnr mi e.vhmiNtivt cMiiniiiulion ol
tin- riuinoH uf tho I. V. V. oul'lii'l
in Sun Dii'Ko, Woiustui'k found Hint
j! Inn! Iici'ti (itiitM'il hv 11 coiiNpirui'y
of tint I. V. V. lu lireiil; up t'.xintniK
I'oiulitioiih there. IHh rcMirt poiutH
out, Intwt'Vdr, t lut t tliuuu'li mori' tlimi
'JllO iirinritH wen' inmli', not oiut w.
for (Iriinki'uni'Hrt or ilinonler or for
iiiiv other itiikoii thtiu thut the 1. V.
WW pcihihlcil in iicliiiK' ukiuiinI un
oriliuuiii'i' iirohiliitiiiL' nl;invr within
11 ri'Htrit'ti'il (liMtrii'l, mi onliumu'C
WViiistouk dleuily ntiyh ut,Miiiii(t llu
HkIiIh uf miy ilti.iin.
"Vour i!iiniiiiiHiiiiier in fruiik to
I'liulVxN Unit whi'ii lie hi'i'ituu' mitin
fii'il of tint truth of llu sloricH us
ri'lnti'il hy tluiHo uuforltiuutc men lv
u'iih liuiil for him to hi'lii'vc thut lut
wiik not Hojniiniiiii; in KusHiu, imiii
ilni'lint' liix iuveHtipition Huti' in
li'imtlitiicit miinuu 8 )
PUN BILL NOW
Y. !. Scott uf Antineh is ciri'iilnl
iiiK initititivit potlliuiiK for a hill for
mi mil to provide funds to lmild uuuil
1'oiiiIh mul (0 iniiki) other puhlio im
jirovi'inentH in Jtiekhon county, Ore
pin, under what in known iih the
"Scull phut to mivo JiuikHon county
fllll.uOO 11 ycur in iutmest.'
Tho hill prnvldcH foe tho appoint
ment of hovcu men hy tho itoinuiis
Hiunoi'rt' cuurl to mil iih tho dirocturrt
in tho oHtiihlirthuioiit mul uuiiutniii
onco of a "Tuxpuyerri uutiuiiul hunk
of Jackson county." Tho diroutorn
tiro millioriud to form 11 national
hunk under llio hunkiuj; lawn of tho
United Stuten mid then hhuo JiicUhoii
county hoods for fl,i'i(l(l,0(IO for de
posit with the treasury dopnrtineut
which will issuo currency.
Tho ti'ciiHiirur of tho county is to
lie tho cushior of tho hunk while tho
assessed valuation of the comity is
lo he considered, tho reserve of tho
Mr. Scott Ih Hiiuguiilo us to tho buo
ce.su of hid plan.
Total of $55,000 Contrilnitrd hy Sup
pliers and Admirers lo Defray
Campalnn Expenses of Wisconsin
lie In His Slriiimle fur Nomination.
LIUIc Boh Tells Ohio People That
He Will Be Nominated at Chlcatjo
Despite His Few Delenatcs.
roUt.MHWH. Ohio. .Mny IX. "I
will Im uiuiiioiiti'il ill '!ili:ni:." Hiilil
Stitititor Itolitirl M. I. a Ichlt' lir'
(oiltty whi'ii In uilitrotMiul tin iiiutlitiiLi!
of Ml 01) lu OIi'iitiiuK)' park.
"II Ihii'i hImi)h tin mtiii r.oltiK
Into ti ronvi'iilliiu who Ih iiainluiiti'il."
Im ('(lutluiifil, ri'illlui; tin iiiHtrt of
(itirlli'lil. lluyi'K mill lltirrlxou lu
KIJNTON. Ohio. May IS. Waltur
ItoiiHor, cninimlKU iniintiKitr for Sonu.
tor Hoht-rt ,M. I.n Kollctti', piibllnliil
hunt tinlay a Hal of tlut roulrlhtitom
to tho ctiinpiilKU oxpttuHfH for tho
WIhcoikIu in'iintor'H flKht for tlm rt
liuhllraii nouiluatluu for prcHldcnt nx
Clmrlon Crnno. SO.0OO.
(Ilfford Plucliot. 10.000.
Anion I'lnrliiit. I0,000.
CoiiKrcHHiiian Wllllum Kuut. J10.
000. Alfred Hnkiir of ChleuKo, 3000.
Iliidftlph SprenlTnlR, $2n00.
Wllllmii Kllnn of PlttHtiurtr, J1000.
Thin inakcH a total of $rir,ri00, ox-i-IiihIvc
of a uuinlior of xiuall doim
tloiiH of JTiOO or Ichh.
WASHINGTON. May IS. Tho
"presidential handicap," accordlut;
to NitiircH compiled hero today hy
the m'verat cuuipulKii uiamiKora, Is iih
Claluiod for Tnft 5 tn.
Claimed for Itoosuvclt ( li P .
Conceded to 'ftift by Hooscvoll
Coitecdcd lo ItoiiHovelL by Tnft
uiuuuKcrH :t IS.
liiHtruetcd for l.a Kollotto ati.
Instructed for Cummins 10.
ContcHtcd by Tuft 'JO.
Contested by Itoosovelt 1SL
UuluHtructed delegates lS'J.
NecoKHtiry to noiuluato Mm.
Claimed for Clark UiU.
Claliuetl for WIIhou l!7:i.
Conceded to Clark by WIIhou mnii
at;erri 2 1(1.
Conceded to WIIboii by Clark man
Inti'trueted for Underwood S2.
Instructed for Marshall ao.
UHtructed for c-'ohh :U5,
Clalnied for Ilaldwin 1 15.
Claimed for llurko 10.
Pulnntructod dulORatea lilt'..
NuccHMtiry to nominate 720,
IEDDY SNEERS AT
COMJMUli.S, Ohio, Mny 18. Col
onel Theodore ltoosevolt loft Colum
bus oarly this inornliiB to carry out
today's Itinerary, which cuIIh for 11
speeches lu na many cities and towns.
Tho former president will tsponk to
ulKht lu Cleveland and will upond
Sunday nt Mentor, Ohio, tho homo or
tho lato President .Iiuuob A, Clnrflold.
Colonel Itoosovelt will eloso his Ohio
MAHION, Ohio, May IS. Prom
tho top pf n box ear hero today
Colonel Hoosovolt mado unrcnatlo
roforoneo to Prosldimt Tuft,
President of Lcajjue Says That Row
dyism Will Not Be Toleratcd-Cohlj
Should Have Appealed to Umpire
or Police Asserts Mandate.
Crowd Demands Money Back' and
Leaves in Disytist When Tijjers
Fall to Appear In Game.
imiii..I)i:u'iiia. Ca., May ik. -
ItollliiK up a total of 2 1 rutin 011 -.'.
Jilt h. with a total ucorn or l I to 'i,
llio I'hlladiilphla Alhlollcd thlH afti:r
noon unmercifully dofeati'd tlu
makOHlilftH ii'titu whli'h Man.iK'T
HiiKhoy JttnnluiiH tinMiuihi'd to n-p-nmciil
Dot roll lu llio aliKotico of Ty
Cohh mid (lio iilli'T roKiilar players
out 011 Hill lie. DlHKtmti'd with th
poor pluyliiK of tho ucrtih team which
Ji'iiuliiKit playi'd. 1!000 faiiH loft tho
IdoiicliorH during tlm flrnt IiiuIuk af
lor llio Atlili'tlcH had ncori'il three
ruiiM. Tho hloaehorlU's roso on iuiikho
mid duiniinded tholr iliunoy hack.
CINCINNATI., Ohio. May 18.-Taking
tho sttiiid that rowdyism will
not bo tolerated among tho players,
llttii II. Johnson, president of the
American league, lu a formal stule
incut tlilrt afternoon oxprosacil sur
iirtim tit tho nltllmlo. shown by Ty
Cobb and tho other HeiroU playora.
Ilo wild': "I 11m ntnnneir'Vt' the
stand taken by Cobb nml bis team
mates toward tho American league.
Itegardlegs of this, however, Cobb Ib
Indefinitely Kiispeuded. This docs
not mean that tho order will bo en
forced longer than Is absolutely
necessary to Investigate the nffalr.
"A player taunted and abusod by
a spectator need only appeal to the
umpire to have tho objectionable
party ejected. Ilowdylstn will not bo
tolerated lu our organization."
"Ty Cobb will not bo reinstated
and If the Detroit team or the play
ers of any othtir American league
club reruse to play they will bo pun
NKV YORK. May IS. Today's
short session of llio stock market
opened with some Irregularity. Can
adian Pacific was off a point and
Union Pacific and soino of tho trunk
lines made fractional losses. Lehigh
Valley and United States Hubber
made slight gains. Union Pacific
and Steel were In dotuand. In tho
final dealings Union Pacific, United
States Steel and Amalgamated Cop
per gained a point.
Tho marUot closed steady.
Ponds were firm.
COMES TO AID OF
SHIPPERS OF FRUIT
WASHINGTON, Itfuy 18 A decis
ion which will save tho fruitgrowofh
11 ml shippers of California nearly
.$1,000,000 a year was mado known
here today in the unnoimceiucnt that
Judge John K, Cnrland of the coni
niereo court denied tho preliminary
injunction sought hy tho Southern
Pticiflo railroad against tho latest
decision of the interstate connueive
commission in llio litigation resulting
from tho pro-cooling and pro-icing
cases recently slurled hy tho Cali
fornia, Citrus fruit growers.
It is estimated that Judgn Car
ina's decision in upholding the inter
state commerce commission against
the railroad will save the California
growers ami shippers more than
$800,000 11 year.
OK1WON, SA1TIIIUV, MAY
mjkf ti i wi i
IN YOU CAN WED
I'ick out a high -iliool girl ami In
011 .fl a lav income. It can be done,
and if there arc av doubter, all tin
will have to do i t vNil the M'lmol
display at the luh school huildui
and talk widi Mi-- llortha M. Wcl-i
in charge of tho conking depart met t
In the hewing exhibit are nil Mrt- ?
pretty frock-, which cost from noth
ing to $1.A0, while Miss W'el-li h.i
truiued the girl- to keup liouo m Mr
us the kitchen end of it is concerned
on incomes rnngins from ?! a titty up.
-Mi. Welsh ha- made a groat u -cess
of her department. This uvr
.-he lias hud a total of 108 f$v under
her iiiunngeinenl in the vniioti- chi
cs. She teaohcf. to cook and a.- tlu-x
become proficient -lie brings in chem
istry and economic-. No.t year with
11 public market in tho city -he will
take her chiK-o.- out .-hopping.
.Mis Wclf.li i. practical nml hence
teaches the girls iuuv to be practical
in the home. She has them cook wll
uml then tell- them why they were
trained in that milliner. The girii
urc eager to learn and sjonie day will
bo uhle to wits -mil before to cook
for u hmdinud ami adjust the table
t i Mtil hi pure And tin income of
$1 a iluv funii-h- a pretty good
table. ltV nil in knowing how.
TAFT SPENDS SUNDAY
WITH BROTHER CHARLES
TOLKDO. Ohio. May lS.lWw
dent Tnft lelt Toledo today for Cin
cinnati where he will spend Sund'ty
at the home of hi- brother, Chailc-
l.OS ANC1KI.KS, May 18. Ten
permanent jurors for tho trial of
Clarence Dnrrow on a bribery charge
were accepted and sworn today.
Tho defence exercised two more of
its peremptory challenges, leaving
five in reserve. The prosecution re
tains three poreniptoiies ; Tho jurorh
sworn today were: V. H. Williams of
rourovia, orange grower; h. T. ham-11101-!?,
Clearwater, rnnelter; K. K.
Pierce, Azusa, rancher; A. J. Snydur,
San fltibricl, rancher; O. S, Coppeck,
Whit tier, contractor; 1 C. PauMlit
ter, Los Angeles, realty dealer; L. A.
Leavilt, 101 Monte, nuioher; Hugh 'M.
Dunbar, Los Angeles, retired; V. K.
Qolding, Los Angeles, lumber dealer.
1 T fc- M-
r c. 1
& IW- fk
BIGGEST OF ALL
XKUTOKT N'KWS, Vn., May IS
Tho battle-hip Texas, the newest
American drctiduaught, wtu- launched
hero todnv in the pre-enco of a dis
tinguished gathering which included
Mi.s Helen Tnft, daughter 'of the
pre-ident ; Secretary of the Navy
Meyer, Admirals Fletcher and Watt
and tho entire Texas delegation iti
Tho Texas, which is the biggest
war vev-ol in the Xuited States navy,
was chriteucd bv Miss Claudia Lyon,
daughter of Cecil Lvon, republican
national committceumu from Texas.
The keel of the mighty Texas was
laid in April, 1011. When completed,
(Continued on pugo S.)
HOSTOK, -May IS.- Hey. C, V. T.
KichcMin, awaiting execution for tho
murder of Avis. Lionel!, collupsed at
noon today in another fit of hysteria
in the deatli cell tit Churlostown pri
son. Lu-t night lie also hud a violent
attack of hysteria but this morning
appeared calm ami collected in the
death cell at the Charle.-towit prison
today. The condemned man slept
from midnight until S o'clock this
Dr. Stednian or tho Hcv. Johnson
will bo constantly at Hichoson's side
until the liuio of his electrocution.
A strike Is oil at Hlrkonlioad, Kng
lnnd, to enforce a demand for a ratso
In wngoa or tho engineers, about 2000
moa boug affected,
G BASEBALL WAR
Detroit Tirjers Back Up Star Player
and Refuse to Play Unless His Or
der of Suspension is Modified
Other Teams Take Same Stand.
President Ban Johnson Refuses to
Reconsider Rulinq and War is en
! Meetinu, of Players Called.
. PlIILADKLPIIIA. Pa.. May IS.
1 With Ty Cobb leading, tlm Detroit
American league team left Shllie
park In u body this afternoon, refus
ing to go on with tlm game with
Philadelphia because Han Johnson,
president of the American league, re
fused to reconsider his doclslon sus
pending Cobb indefinitely for assault
ing a spectator Wednesday at the
game between Detroit and the New
York team. It was predicted that
this action will result In a baseball
war which may disrupt tho National
and American leagues. The National
league players are believed to sym
pathize with Cobb and the other De-
, trolt players.
The Tigers, backing Cobb, and the
Athletics, backing the Tigers, have
brought their series for this week to
1 a standstill, both teams standing pat
today on their assertion that there
I will be no game unless President
'Johnson changes his ruling. They
I have Issued a general call for the
' players everywhere in the American
j league to refuse to play it Cobb's
. suspension stands.
The Tigers and Athletics declare
, they are willing to compromise the
matter If Cobb is fined or if his sus
pension Is definitely limited.
HAS FIFTH WIFE
LOS ANGELKS, Mav IS. Friends
of Xat Goodwin here today are trying
to locate the much married actor M
conjey congratulation- on hi.- re
ported marriage to Mi.-s Mnrjorie
jforeland. apparently authentic new?'
of which lias been received here.
Several months ago it was reported
here that Goodwin wns engaged to
marrv Mi- Morehuid, who is an n'ct
res, but both Goodwin and the young
lady denied tho report. Late last
evening while friends believed that
Goodwin was en route to his home
hero after completing a New York
engagement, telegram- were received
that indicatd ho had married Miss
Morelnnd and war. bringing her to
Kfforts today by friends of Good
win to reach him hy telegraph to
confirm tho report of his fifth mar
riage were truitless. Uoodwui i?
-apposed to be in Chicago, wheic he
had intended to .stop on his way to
LA FOLLEnE F
HOWLING GRF.KN, Ohio, May 18.
Senator Hubert M. La Follotto left
for Columbus today wlie.ru tonight ho
will continue his fight against Presi
dent Tuft uml Colonel Hoosevolt for
a portion of Ohio's delegation to tho
national convention. Tho Wisconsin
.-etiutor is centering lu's fight in the
Ninth, Twelfth, Twentieth and Twenty-first
districts, and will bo content
if ho can securo control of the dele
gates from these districts. In his
ttddress hero last night, Senator La
Folletto referred to President Tnft as
an "amiable, easy-going fatinuu" utul
bitterly denounced Itoosovelt, insert
ing thut tho hitter's campaign is be
ing financed by "representatives of
Socialist Convention Adopts Resolu
tion Denouncinti Judge Hanfortl
for Interfering With Citizenship of
Naturalized Citizen. -
Former Mayor of Milwaukee to Make
Run With Debs and Will Make
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., May 18. -iThe
socialist convention today nilnpt
cd a resolution denouncing United
States Judge Ilanford of Seattle for
his ruling in the Olsson case for "in
terfering with the citizenship mid
property of u nitttirnlizcc! citizen.
Congressman Merger of Wisconsin
was directed to bring tho mutter be
Most of the morning session with
spent by the delegates in wrangling
over Asiatic immigration.
Two reports, one favoring and tho
other opposing the ndtnissioa of Asi
atics, were presented. Delegates from
the Pacific coast are bitterly fighting
the adoption of the report favoring
the admission of Asiatics. A vote on
the rexrts will be taken tonight.
The insertion of the word "sabot
age" in the constitution is condemned
by many of the delegates nml this has
created ill-feeling between Congress
man Herger of Wisconsin and inuiiy
Eugene V. Debs of Terre Haute,
Ind., nominated late yesterday as a
candidate for the presidency of the
United States by the socialist conven
tion and Emit Scidel, mayor of Mil
waukee, nominated for the vice-presidency,
announced here to day that
they would "make the campaign as
lively as tho capitalist parties had
Debs was not in the hall when tho
result of the ballot was announced
but the delegates wero thanked by
Fmil Seidel. Doth candidates were
chosen on tho first ballot.
TALE OF SLAVERY
Following an examination of the
youtjg woman known as "Nellie," who
Viohi Miller, otherwise known as
Laura White, snid tho Chinese were
endeavoring to bring into their power
as they had her, by District Attorney
Mul key, the authorities are fearing a
collapse of a white slave charge
against Jim Ling or Wo Leo. "Nel
lie" has absolutely denied tho story
as told by Viola Miller. She declares
that sho never was in tho Chincso
laundry on Itivcrside avenue and that
she knows Jim Ling, other than hy
reputation. Sho also declares that
sho has nover used opium in any
It is reported that a number of
persons havo seen her entering tho
Chincso laundry on Riverside avonue.
If this can ho proven it will bu known
that sho was untruthful when ques
tioned by the district attorney. Her
story is at ubsoluto variance with tho
0110 told by Viola Miller,
"Nellie" camo to Medford on ord
ers of tho authorities Thursday
evening and returned to Ashland Fri
day following hor examination hv
District Atturnoy Mtilkoy. She has
removed her offects from tho Royal
Tito authorities mo jucliuod to ho
liovo that tcprescntntives of the Chi
ncso saw hor at Ashland nnd forced
her to toll tho story sho told tho
authorities. Thoy had '18 hours ill
which to mako their arrangements.
In a further search for opium pis
trict Attorney Mulkoy, Sheriff Jowmw
ami Chief of Police Ilithjon visited
tho Chiueso laundry oh Rivttrwidti
(Contluu4 en P I.)