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THE DAILY STAR MIRROR MOSCOW, LATAH COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1911 NUMBER 51 VOLUME I. JOHN D. LOSES WHEN REBELS HIT HIS TANKS Shells Destroy Standard Oil Tanks= Outlaws Disguise As Rebels Many Killed. SHANGHAI, Nov. 25— Fighting Is still progressing at Hankow. The Battle has raged for 8(1 hours und the rebels are gaining slowly. The rebel gunboat shells have ignit ed the Standard Oil tanks outside of Hankow, practically destroying the plant. The losses are reported to be enormous. HONGKONG, Nov. $5.—Brigands and pirates are terrorizing the Canton delta. Disguised as rebels they have murdered and robbed by the whole sale. %> M'NAMARA FATALITY EMPHASIZED BY DEATH HALL OF RECORDS, Los Angeles, Nov. 25.—The peculiar chain of fa talities and illness hovering over the McNamara trial was felt again today when the court adjourned until Mon day on account of the death of Chas. Sexton a brother of Juror Sexton, of consumption. In addition Jud Rush, the partner of Le Compte Daves, counsel for the defense was stricken suddenly ill and the latter was needed to attend to the firm's business. . Juror Green will be allowed to visit his sick wife over Sunday. YALE-HARVARD BATTLE ENDS WITHOUT SCORE CAMBRIDGE, Nov. 25.—Harvard brawn and Yale bulldog grit battled on Soldier field this afternoon before 40,000 shrieking spectactors. score was nothing to nothing. It was one of the hardest contests either team has ever played. Several players were injured and forced to retire during the game. Although fierce line plunges mark ed the game, punting was much resort ed to and both sides saved themselves The NO STRIKE ON ROCK ISLAND t A CHICAGO, Nov., 25.—It was an Chicago Rock Island and Pacific railroad today that the differences between the road and the shopmen, who threatened to strike had been adjusted. The unions agreed to sign the orig inal scale offered by the railroads. This does not contemplate increasing the scale or changing the working conditions. TAFT DENIES HE FAVORS PRIMARY WASHINGTON, Nov. 25.—Secretary Hilles today denied the truth of a story printed in Ohio that President Taft had pet the challenge of the Ohio progressives and would urge a presidential preference primary in Ohio. Seattle Gets Water. SEATTLE, Nov. 25.—The repairs on the water system were completed to day and It has begun working. The water famine is at an end. They attacked two European vessels and several Chinese in (mats they owned. Battle between the outlaws and the soldiers recently resulted in ap proximately one thousand deaths. REBELS CAPTURE VANTAGE SHANGHAI, Nov. 25—The rebels captured Tiger hill just outside Nan king today after a fierce attack. The government troops are in re treat. The hill commands Nanking and the rebel lire may seriously dam age tlie city. Union Loses Fight. INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 25.—Judge Renster today threw out of court the replevin suit brought by the Iron Workers' Union to obtain the docu ments of their organization in con nection with the McNamara case, which were recently taken over by the federal grand jury. In uphold ing the state's demurrer, the court asserted that the union officials had failed to state that they represented the union. by kicking the pigskin from danger several times. Blaring bands and flashing banners filled Harvard's stadium today for the annual football game between Har vard and Yale. The weather was bright. Twenty-eight Boston hotels were fill ed with people which have come to witness the great struggle. The weath er was clear and the gridiron was dry which helped Yale much. Three hours before the game the stadium began filling with rooters. QUESTION FIRE HURTS MURDERESS DENVER, Nov. 25.—With her head low, and quite dejected, Mrs. Patter son, today is still a fire of merciless questions He is cross examining her and trying to bare all her relations with Strouse. She has contradicted much of her testimony. The state introduced a number of letters written by her husband to the wife expressing his deep love. She denied that she had promised to withdraw her divorce, suit if Patter son, today is under a fire of merciless She also denied threatening Patter son. She admitted he got $7000 from Strouss on various occasions. by Prosecutor Benson. Honey Scores Fisher. SEATTLE, Nov. 25.—Speaking at the Y. M. C. A. last night, Francis J. Hen ey, the noted graft prosecutor, scored Secretary of the Interior Walter Fisher for his stand with regard to the development, of Alaska. Heney declared that the monopolies would grab the untold wealth of that country. "For they cannot be regulated," he declared. JAPAN HARD UP MUST CUT EXPENSE TOKIO, Nov. 25.—The complete abandonment of the proposed Tokio grand exposition and of all military and naval expansion for one years was decided on at the cabinet meet TOYING WITH LETHAL HATCHET HE LAUGHS SÀN FRANCISCO, Nov. 25.—Con vinced that Rogers would not confess to the Goodman murder, the auth orities will formally charge him with it upon circumstantial evidence. HOLD POULTRY SHOW FIRST WEEK IN YEAR At a special meeting of the executive committee of Panhandle Poultry and Pet Stock association held Friday eve ning, the date for the annual exhibi tion was set for the first week in January, 1912. The services of Oscar Nelson of Coeur d'Alene, as judge were secured by the association. Mr. Nelson is an old experienced poultry judge of the Northwest, as well as an extensive breeder of fine poultry. It is believed that the show will be held in the Motter-Wheeler building, the same location as last year. The last show was very successful, over 600 birds were shown. The slogan this year is for a 1000 bird show. Breeders with large strings JURORS ARE DRAWN TO REPORT DEC. 4 Jurors for the present term of the district court were drawn by Judge Morgareidge, Sheriff Brown and Dep uty Clerk Nelson yesterday at 4:00 p. m., and were ordered to report , for duty on December 4. The jurors are: J. S. Nelson and James Harbour, Bear Creek. Ross Reeder, Cornwall. Thos. G. Dowdy, Elmer Wells, D. W. Driscoll, and James Nolan, East Mos cow. H. Morgan and J. H. Fryzell, East Genesee. Charles Smith and Charles Sinett, Gold Creek. TAR FIENDS ARE FOUND GUILTY LINCOLN CENTER, Nov. 25.—"We didn't do the actual tarring of Miss Chamberlain, and I for one won't go to the penitentiary without a fight." said Sherrill Clark today who with John Schmidt was found guilty after the jury had been out 36 hours. The others, who confessed, got a year in the penitentiary. Miss Chamberlain declared that she would continue to live in Beverly. Bury Beattie Tomorrow. RICHMOND, Nov. 25.—Henry Clay Clay Beattie's body will be buried in Maury cemetery beside that of his wife tomorrow. It is believed that Mrs. Beattie's rel atives didn't protest against the burial but plan to later exhume her body and inter it elsewhere. ing today. The minister of finance contended that the move was neces sary to rehabilitate Japan's finances which were crippled by the recent war. Still attired in his bloody clothes, and holding the hatchet with which it is asserted that he killed Good man, Rogers today chatted with the of ficers and laughed. His sanity will be tested. of birds from Clarkston, Colfax, Walla Walla, Spokane, Coeur d'Alene, and numerous other towns have promised to exhibit. A large number of inquiries have already been received. A^lnqulriea for entry blanks, prem ium list, and other information should be made to the secretary of the association at Moscow. It is expected that the county com missioners will make a liberal dona tion towards the show and the Mos cow Chamber of Commerce has taken the matter of boosting the biggest poultry show the panhandle ever s^iw, and will boost for better birds, and lend its interest to one of the coming great industeries of the Inland Em pire. Charles Jessup, Juliaetta. George Davidson and David Watts, Kendrick. A. K. Biddison, Little Potlatch. J. D. Chandler, Pine Creek. August Johnson and George M. Saad, North Troy. Ed Snow, Southwest Moscow. E. T. Nickle, Southeast Moscow. A. A. Anderson, Potlatch. Ole Iverson and Chas. Oldenberg, Thorn Creek. Wm. Smolt, Frank Harris, and John Hove, West Genesee. F. A. Flasher, White Pine. W. G. Dale, Four Mile. EUROPE MAY STOP ITALY'S NEW PLAN i CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 26.—The foreign office stated today that it ex pects Italy to fulfill her threat to blockade the Dardanelles within 24 hours. Turkey believes this will have carried the war outside of African territory and would compel speedy European intervention. Turk Soldiers Desert. ADRIANOPLE, European Turkey, Nov. 25.—Scores of Turkish soldiers who are of the Christian faith, are deserting from the Turkish forces in this district, A condition of "seige" is threatened by the military auth orities if the deserting continues. Says Shakespeare is Guilty. NEW YORK, Nov. 26.—Andrew Car negie is 74 years old today. He gives much credit for his success to his reading of Shakespeare. JEKYLL-HVDE MAN GUILTY OF MURDER SPRINGFIELD, Nov. 25.—After five hours deliberation the jury found Bertram Spencer, the "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" character who killed Martha Blackstone, while attempting to rob her in -March, guilty of first degree CALLS ALDRICH PLAN BRIBE OF A BILLION CINCINNATI, Nov. 26.—Denouncing Aldrich's central reserve bank fund plan, Alfred Herzorier, a prominent financial authority, declared today that the American Bankers association had "solemnly joined Wall street in the most daring and most dangerous con spiracy that had ever been cooked up by the greed and avarice of high finance." "Shall the control of public currency be public or private." he demanded. RULING BREAKS DOWN IDAHO RATE CASE -The decision of coast cities and the interior consid erably simplifies the problems of the Oregon railroad commission. According to Chairman Atcheson, to day, tlie Oregon and Washington com SALEM, Nov. 25. the interstate commerce commission in the Portland and Seattle "Back haul" cases yesterday, which fixed a reasonable interstate rate between the Dentist is Guilty. SAN BARARD1NO, Nov. 25.—An ap plication for a new trial for Dentist McDavitt will be filed Monday accord ing to the defense today, denied he will be sentenced. If it is SAN BERNARDINO, Cal., Nov. 25. - Convicted of holding Miss Jessie Mc Donald, a high school girl, captive for 16 months in a room adjoining his office here, Dr. A. W. McDavit. former ly a prominent dentist, he will be sentenced by Judge Bledse Monday. It is expected that he will be dealt with severely. During the closing hours of the trial yesterday McDavit recovered his nerve and while the prosecuting at torney flayed him before the jury, the dentist twiddled his thumbs and smil ed broadly. The defense admitted Mc Davit's relations with the girl, but characterized her as an adventuress, and one who willingly stayed by him in an effort to secure for herself the affections McDavit should have given to his wife. Explosion Hurts Four. PORTLAND, Nov. 25.—Four em ployees, including Ed Manning the foreman, were burned seriously around the head today when an explos ion occurred in the city creamatory when the workmen dumped fine dry sawdust into the furnace. Cornell Wins Meet. BROOKLINE. Mass., Nov. 25.—Cor nell won the cross country intercol legiate championship here today scoring 48 points. Harvard was second with 58, and Pennslyvania third with 125. Points were scored on the de merit system. Navy Wins from Army. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 25.—Navy 3, Army 0. This was the score when the middies met the cadets here today. President Taft attended the game. On to .Washington. TACOMA, Nov. 26.—Congressman Warburton, an insurgent, starts for Washington Monday. During the day the man was murder. hard working, but at night he robbed homes here. He finally killed the woman and his identity was disclosed by a preculiar watch charm which he lost near the scene. "That is the issue. The Aldrich plan offers the banks for the their sup port the most colossial bribe in history. "Aldrich would take from the gov ernment and give to the banking syn dicate a present of one billion dol lars to put in their reserve so that with relatively no investment a bank can collect interest on it and loan it back to the people at a profit of ten millions, and get more business credit on mere financial wind." missions will probably confer togeth er soon and decide on a way to settle the rate problem in teh two state now that the commission's ruling obliterate the "Idaho Wall" which practically re stricts the coast manufacturers shipping to ponits this side the Ore gon and Washington lines, as it will eradicate a sharp raise of rates on the O. S. L. which gave the territory into the hands of the easterners. Outlaws Shoot to kill. REDDING, Cal., Nov. 25.—Two deputy sheriffs were wounded, seriously, between Fail River Mills and Pittsville in Butte county today while hunting outlaws, sent for. one Bloodhounds were Sheriff Montgomery with a posse left by auto immediately. Tlie distance is 06 miles. Arena Burns. SALT LAKE, Nov. 25.—Fire destroy ed the Richard Street Auditorium to day with a loss of $60,000. The build ing was used for a prize fight arena and skating rink. Bankers Go Home. NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 25.—The bankers who attended the convention of the American Bankers' association, today began to leave New Orleans for their homes following the adjourn ment of the convention, after Detroit had been selected as the next meeting plac. The principal business of the con vention was the discussion of the Na tional Reserve association scheme ad vocated by Chairman Nelson Aldrich of the National Monetary'commission, which the bankers heartily endorsed. Champion is Favorite, LOS ANGELES, Nov. 25.—With just four more days before the morning of battle dawns Ad Wolgast and Freddie Welch are fast reaching a state of fine condition for their twenty-round clash here Thanksgiving day for the light weight championship of the world. Betting is two to one on the cham pion. This was a surprise as it was believed that the odds would go about ten to six. All the Wolgast coin in sight is be ing grabbed. Even money is offered, that the scrap does not go 15 rounds. Tough in Tacoma TACOMA, Nov. 25.—Two men and two women are in jail here for trying to committ suicide.