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VOL. XXXI. "0. 16,153.
Chicago Not So Humid,
FIVE DIE, MANY PROSTRATED
Weather Man Holds Out No
Prospect of Rain.
CORN IS FORGING AHEAD
Charleston, S. C, Has Temperature
of 100 and Guir Coast Points
Are Above 90 Electrical
Storm Cools "e York.
CHICAGO. Sept. 1. (Special.) Al
though the weather today was two de
crees cooler than yesterday, five deaths
of adults from heat were reported.
There were several prostrations, one of
which will result fatally. The tem
perature reached a maximum of 93. and
a lS-mlle wind from the southwest
served to dispel much of the humidity,
which added greatly to the suffering
The low death rate is due to the fact
that few persons were at work. Thou
sands scattered yesterday to the north
western resorts to remain until Monday
night, and the streets were practically
deserted. The lake, on the contrary,
was densely populated, boats of every
variety- being commandeered to carry
the sweltering populace out where they
could get air free from the dust and
steam of the hot city.
Infant Death Bate High.
The death rate among babies is high
and a majority of them are practically
rtwA or fret themselves Into a
state of apoplexy over the suffering
from the heat.
Charleston. S. C, was the only spot
on the map showing 100 degrees today.
Jacksonville. Fla.. was next with 9.
In San Antonio, Tex.; Kansas City,
Omaha. Neb., and Wichita, Kan.." the
.temperature was 96. Cincinnati was up
to 92,' or one degree cooler than Chi
cago,' and two degrees cooler than St.
Louis. Phoenix. Aris.. reported 92, the
same temperature as Des Moines.
Storm Keeps w York Cool.
Owing to heavy electrical storms in
the East, the temperature at New York
ran down to a maximum of 64 and a
minimum of 66. two degrees cooler than
Boston. All around the Gulf Coast a
temperature of from 90 to 9 prevails.
The weather man does not hold out
much promise of rain in any direction.
Dispatches from the country districts
tonight say pastures are beginning to
wilt badly, but that the corn crop is
making tremendous strides.
A cloudburst which seems to have
been confined to the Immediate vicinity
of Lyndhurst. Wis, washed out the
tracks of the Chicago & Northwestern
road, causing a wreck in which six
persons Here killed and 21 Injured. A
train passing the spot an hour before
reported no sisn of a storm.
ONE SHOT, ONE SLASHED
Laborers Engage In Deadly Battle
In a mob fight among Servian la
borers at Willbrldse, about five miles
north of Portland, on the Linnton road,
early last night, one man was fatally
shot and another seriously wounded.
Fete Delaslem and Tony Germanich are
the two who were wounded.
Max Peziimij. who precipitated the
riot, was In a small room with six
countrymen, when, without a moment's
warning, he puiled his revolver and
phot Delaslem through the abdlmen, the
bullet passing through Just beneath the
heart. In their attempt to quell the
riot. Tony Germanich received several
bad slashes over the head and shoul
ders. Immediately after he shot Delaslem.
Desumlj ran a mile up the road and
got Into an automobile and was driven
to the Sheriffs office and gave him
Delaslem walked a mile to a station
on the United Railways, and came to
the city. He went to the Good Sa
OATS 55 BUSHELS TO ACRE
Grain Sowed This Spring Makes
Good Yields in Southern Oregon.
GOLD HILL Or.. Sept. 1. (Special.)
Oats on the Pankev ranch in Sams
Valley yielded 54 bushels to three-quarters
of an ar.re. They were sown on
March 19. On a tour-acre piece In the
same neighborhood, sown April 19. 220
bushels were tnreshed, or an average
of 55 bushels an acre.
Owing to the decreased grain acre
age resulting from the planting of fruit
trees two threshing outfits now do all
the threshing in the Rogue River Val
ley. A few years ago it took half a
dozen. Several flouring mills have shut
down because of the falling off of the
local wheat supply.
Lewis County Bridge Completed.
CEXTRALIA. Wash.. Sept. 1. Spe
rlal.l The Lewis County Commission
ers have Just completed the construc
tion of two bridges near McCormick.
The bridges, which are located on the
new state Aid Road No. 5. connecting
Lewis and Pacific Counties, are sub
MAN MAKES HUNT
FOR OLD CREDITORS
CHICO RESIDENT WOULD PAY
DEBTS OP DECADE AGO.
Gold Hill Merchant Informed That
He Has Money Coming and Told
to Add Interest Alfco.
GOLD HILL. Or., Aug. 30. R. H.
merchant of this place, is cer
tain that he knows of at least one
honest man. Unlike Diogenes oi oia. ne
still hunt for such a
person with a lantern at noonday, but
became aware of the honest man ex
istence through a letter Just received
from D. M. Harvey, of Chlco. Cal.. in
which the writer says:
"There is no use to apologize at this
late date, but I hope you are well, and
If vou are still in the mercantile busi
ness in Gold Hill you will find In look
ing over your books for 1902 that 1
owe you a bill for goods purchased
from you during that year. Send me
your bill with interest up to date.
"Also, if possible, see Mr. Kellogg,
who ran the livery stable at that time.
I owe lilm 17 or 8 for a rig I hired
one day. Have him give you the bill
"I have forgotten the name of the
man that ran the notei tnen. oui
think I owed him 39. Get this bill and
send it to me with the others with ln-
"There wa,s a man running a saloon
next to the hotel. I owea mm
$16. Get this bill also with interest.
' "Please obtain all these bills if pos
sible. They are all I owed In Gold Hill
when I left there. Send them to me
In a bunch, and I will remit the total
vnn Also send me your bill for the
trouble you may incur In granting this
"Now If Mr. Moore is not in charge
of the store at present, will whoever
Is now in charge please do as I have
asked? Tou have me on your books as
Mike Harvey, but my correct signature
Is D. M. Harvey. Kindly- carry out my
Instructions as soon as possible, and 1
will remit as soon as i near iruiu juu
COAL CLAIMS CANCELED
General Land Office Rules Out SOfl
Entries In Alaska.
JUNEAU. Alaska. Sept. 1. Three
hundred of the 1100 Alaska coal claims
have been - canceled by the General
t arA rxfrifn in itiiiflt of the cases the
charge tiled against the claim was that
application for patent had not . Deen
made within the time required by law.
Four claims in the Rathbone group,
in the Bering River field, were can-
. . .. w i . r. ha.MH that the
ceia (Ktwuac ' L wo-o i . j . . -
locations were not made in good faith.
Forty-tnree claims in me maun
group have been canceled. Prank
Watson, the promoter of this group,
was indicted at Chicago in March. 1911.
. . ; narr4iii1 th United
tor t.uiiii v -
States of the use and possession of
these lanos, wnini are ji
uska district. Charges of fraud or
failure to apply for patent are pending
against praciitiij .- ... ........
coal claims not already canceled. Only
S2 cllms in the Matanuska are uncan
celed. PAGET GOES TO KLAMATH
Prohibition Candidate for Senator
ASHLAND. Or., Sept. 1. (Special.)
jj Lee Paget. FroniDmon canoiaaie iur
. . : . i caaa fiAiiatftr loft tOliAV for
Klamath Falls, after a two-day'tour of
Jackson County. Mr. Paget spoae yes
terday at Central Point. Woodville, Gold-
,.111 TnnlrooTCV'illA Tl H TedfOfd. He Sd
dres'sed five meetings during his stay
m i nracnlat nn of the princi
ples and policies of the Prohibition
party, together with his straightfor
ward declarations or nis aimuue uu inr
questions of the day have appealed
strongly to the voters of Jackson Coun
ty. Mr. Paget's tour to date has cov
ered more than 100 towns In 12 coun
ties, almost the entire distance of 140A
miles having been traveled by automo
bile. O. A. Stlllman. candidate f"r Con
gress, preceded Mr. Paget to Klamath
AUTOMOBILE RACER KILLED
Ted Orr's Car Plunges "Through
Fence at Woodland Track.
WOOD LAND. Cal., Sept. 1. Ted Orr,
a professional racing car driver, was
Instantly killed here today when me
big racing car which he was driving
In a race at the Woodland racetrack
skidied and tore through the fence.
Orr was badly mangled, the body be
ing more than half severed Just above
the waistline. His mechanician. Berry
E. Dixon, was seriously Injured, suf
fering a broken hip and many other
wounds. He is in a critical condition
at the Woodland Sanitarium, and small
hopes of his recovery are entertained.
Orr's wife was a witness to her hus
band's tragic death. He leaves l
widow and two children.
TWO NEW COURSES ADDED
Domestic Science and Manual Train
Ing Planned In Albany.
ALBANY. Or., Sept. 1. (Special.!
The basement of the Albany High
School is being fitted up for the in
stallatlon of courses in domestic science
and manual training when school opens
September 1. Splendid equipment Is
being installed for instruction in the
two courses, which will be laugni in
Albany for the first time this year.
In the domestic science department a
kitchen, pantry and dining-room are
being equipped with modern apparatus
and utensils. An eiecinc range wiu
be used. '
Albany's schools have grown so rap
ldlv the past few years that It re
quires careful planning to make room
for all the students in the buildings
now available. A new scftoolliouse Is
being built now in the extreme east
ern portion ot the city.
TO SEESTATE FAIR
Tent City Has Popula
tion of Thousand.
WORK OF CHILDREN SHOWN
Exhibits by Boys and Girls Are
DAIRY EXHIBIT WONDERFUL
Xeed of Xew Pavilion Is "Empha
sized C-yclorania View of ,Wil- ,
. lamefte Valley Is Greatest
Attraction of Them All.
SALEM. Ot.. Sent. 1. (Special.) The
clouds dispersed during last nlgnt ana
the day preceding the opening of tne
State Fair is as fine as could be hoped
for. All dav a large squad of men
have been at w&rk on the track and It
Is now in fine condition, and tne
stables are filled with a high class of
race horses, both runners and harness
animals. There will be rare sport on
the track this year probably the best
for manv seasons.
tha taut citv under the administra
tis nt Mavor Tozler Is a little shy of
citizens, owing to the bad- weather of
the last week and the near approach
of the hop-picking season, but there
are about 150 tents and nearly 1000
n.nu nndor the watcmui eye vi
august Mayor, and the grove is filling
up very rapidly. With one or two
more good days, or ratner goou
n-l.d.r fnr that length of time.
Brother Tozier will have a record
rkiiiir..'. W'Arlr prominent.
t innifim. nrpr the erounds there
or manv thine- tn make the heart
of the Oregonian glad, the chief of
which., to my way of thlnKing, is me
v., nf tha niA hettlnz- auartera
Tltirla- thp Emu dstand into an exhibi
tion made by the schoolboys and girls
of the state. This embraces all Borts
of farm products by the boys and fancy
work, preserved rruus, jeuies
jams, bread, cakes and pies by ' the
cririo Thu word fanevwork hardly
conveys -the proper idea, for the work
u mn.tiv nt a useful instead of an or
namental nature, such as all sorts of
garments for girls- and women's wear.
It seems to me something to be proud
of to see this first organized attempt
. .... Knvs nnH srlrls a chance to
take a leadlr1? part In the fair, and at
the same time win sucn nanasome
prizes as have been offered with so
n,, tl(. 1. not nil the little folks
have done. In barn No. 8 there" are
hundreds of fowls, pigs, sheep ana
lomK. .T.t.rr) kv t Iia vouncrsters. mak
ing in all, added to those under the
grandstand, fully 1000 entries. les,
it is something auguring well for the
tConclnded on Page 11.)
OREGON. . MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1913.
2 WOMEN, MAN, BOY
DROP FROM SIGHT
OFFICERS HAVE XO CLEWS TO
Lawrence Black, Aged 11, Leaves
His Home Friday to Play and
Is Xot Seen Again. .
The police we're called upon yester
day to attempt to unravel the mystery
connected with the 'disappearance in
the last few days of four persons living
in different parts of the city. In each
of the four cases reported there is an
element of the unusual, and In two of
the cases there is suspicion that the
missing persons have met with foul
play. In the list of missing are two
women, one. man and one boy.
The boy of Lawrence Black, 11 years
old,- son- of Mrs. H. M. Black, of 717
Commercial street. He went to play
near home last Friday morning and
has not been seen since. When he left
home he wore overalls a sweater, a
raincoat and was barefoot. He is four
feet tall and weighs' 70 pounds.
Another case is that of Louise St.
George, a domestic who disappeared
last Thursday night from the home
of A. R. Zeller, 292 Stanton street.
where she was employed. Upon leav
ing she said she had been called to the
home of .her sister, Mrs. James. 353V4
Second street, where her father was
supposed to be seriously ill. The sis
ter reports that the missing woman did
not go to her place and has not been
seen. A month's pay was due her at
the Zeller 'home. Foul play is bus
pected by some who have been inves
The second woman to disappear is
Mrs. Gerrard, who left her home, 361
East Thirty-sixth street, while in a de
mented condition brought about by
sickness. She - wore a gray sweater
and a large black hat. Efforts to And
her at the hospitals and elsewhere have
been of no avail.
The fourth person to disappear is
Axel W. Johnson, a Norwegian, who
disappeared August 21 from 165 North
Seventeenth street. He was a waiter
and had a position when he left home.
Efforts to 'find him have been of no
PRAYER TOJDIE ANSWERED
Spiritualist Expires When Dancing
Jig at Bible Class Meeting.
LOS ANGELES. Sept. 1. While danc
ing a Jig at a dance given by the
White Dove class of the Bible .Spirit
ual Church of Truth here last night, A.
A. Smith, a spiritualist, 70 years old,
who for the ' last three Months had
been praying to die. droppfed dead.
Immediately following his death and
while Others' 'present were waiting for
the Coroner to arrive, there was an
unusual scene in which Mrs. M. . E.
Kratz. a public speaker, delivered ' a
benediction and declared that Mr. Smith
was entering upon a new and better
Several spirit mediums who were
present were said to have asserted that
they saw his spirit separated from
Selling Visits Klamath Falls. '
KLAMATH FALLS. Or.. Sept. 1.
(Special. Ben Selling, candidate of
the Republican party for United States
Senator, has been in town shaking
hands and getting acquainted. THttle
enthusiasm has been manifested by par
tisans so far. and the Bull Moosers have
not even formed a local organization.
The Socialists are active, but have a
THE STATE FAIR BEGINS TODAY.
COLONEL GIVES OUT
Penrose Declared Man
to Be Investigated.
CHAEGE DIRECT, T. R. AVERS
"Ugly Word" and "Practical
Man" Missives Included.
LOEB CALLED TO WITNESS
Private Secretary Heard Convers'
tion With Mr. Harriman, Says
Ex-President In Long Letter
to Senator Clapp.
nvBTB-.n RA V Sent. 1. Colonel Roose
it mid. nnhlic tonight his letter to
Senator Clapp. chairman of the Senate
committee Investigating campaign
.ik,,inn in renlv to the recent testi
mony of John D. Archbold and Senator
Penrose, regarding an alleged contribu
tion of U00.000 by Mr. Archbold to the
D..Mlf.an f.nmna.isrn of 1904.
The letter is a document of approxi
mately 18.000 words. About one-tniro.
i j.( tn fnnlns of correspondence
by Colonel Roosevelt while President,
with James S. Sherman, now vice-r-.j
c.nifnr Rmirne and others, and
to the reply of President Roosevelt to
the charge made by Alton r. x-i..
In 1904 that the Republican campaign
wo. financed, in large measure, ny w
contributions of big corporations.
Charge Against Penrose Direct.
The letter. In part, follows:
The charge against Mr. Penrose was
a direct charge. This charge was not
merely that he took ?26,ouu irom me
uf.nini nil Company, but that on or
about tho time of thus taking it, while
a member of a committee of the Senate
which was formed to Investigate in
dustrial affairs in the United States, ne
... o a in rnnibint communication with
Mr. Archbold on the subject, and that
he submitted to Mr. Arcnooia tor mi
approval in advance a copy of the re
port of the commission, If these state
ments are true, of course. ,Ir. Penrose
is unfit to represent the people In the
United States Senate, and the testimony
against him Is direct.
"Apparently, however, the committee
is investigating, not this charge against
Mr. Penrose, which was sustained by
dlreet evidence, but Mr. Penrose's coun
ter rharire which was sustained by no
evidence at all, and only by the repeti
tion of second-hand gossip.
Cortelyon Letter Printed.
"As regards the statement of Mr.
Penrose and Mr. Archbold that with
mv rnnnnt or knowledsre Mr. Bliss
asked the Standard for Jiog.000 or any
other sum, or received ' sucn sum irom
them. It is an unqualified, falsehood.
Tf ftnv reauest for funds was made
from the Standard Oil Company, or If
any funds were received from the
Standard Oil Company, by Mr.tBllss or
(Concluded on Pagft 2.)
SHIP IS ABANDONED,
ONE BOAT MISSING
CRICCIETH CASTLE LOST IX
Captain, His Wife and Child and 14
Members ot Crew Safe in
SAV T-RANf!TSCO. Sent. 1. The Brit
ish ship Crlccieth Castle was abandoned
after being disabled July 15 last near
Falkland Islands, in the South Pacific.
Mail advices received here today gave
details of the disaster.
The vessel, well known in Paciflc
waters, was bound from Ballestos
Island for Falmouth. One of" the llfe-
hnnra rnacherl Port Stanley. Falkland
Islands, from which the information
came, but the other, bearing Chief Offi
cer Gale and the remaining memDers oi
tiia or.w hari not been heard from.
Captain R. Thomas, his wife and child
and 14 members of the crew, were tn
the lifeboat which reached Port Stan
The ship was abandoned July 15, In
latitude 64 south, longitude 51 west,
with rudder and sternpost broken.
FILMS TELL OF POULTRY
Lecture at Oregon Agricultural Col
lege to Bt Illustrated.
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE,
Corvallis, Sept. 1. (Special.) State
fair visitors who drop in to inspect the
.-rhihlt nrenared by Oregon Agricul
tural College will be treated to an
original moving picture play or tnree
acts to be featured by' the poultry hus
hrnuirv denartment to give a brief his
tory of the vicissitudes which- the
poultry-raising Industry has overcome,
showing how they were overcome and
Illustrating .the future possibilities of
the industry in Oregon.
During certain episodes" in the play
stationary slides will supplement the
work of the film machine and call spe
cial attention to some of the more
Important phases of the story which
could not be conveniently placed on
GOBLET FIANCEE'S SKULL
Student Parts With Ruby-Studded
Relic, for Price, to Museum.
PARIS, SeptT 1. (Special. ) Drinking
from a cup made from the skull of his
fiancee Is the way which a German
student at Strassburg has adopted to
keep the memory of her fresh. The
fact is vouched for by the Abbe Wet-
telere. a famous French Arabian priest.
who has bought the- grim relic from
the student t6 add to'his "museum of
German civilization" at Colmar.
The girl died a year ago In the hos
pital, where the student worked, so
that the latter had little difficulty In
removing the head in the dissecting
room. The abbe was put on his track
by a jeweler who studded the skull.
which was brought to him, with rubles.
MRS. MARYLDOLBEER DIES
Wife of Pocatello Mayor Succumbs
in Southern. California.
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 1. (Special.)
Mrs. Mary I. Dolbeer, wife of Mayor
Dolbeer, of Pocatello, Idaho, died last
night at the California Hospital from
nephritis. Her body will be taken to
morrow, to Ogden, her former home, lor
Mrs. Dolbeer came to Southern Cali
fornia eight months ago for her health.
For three months she was In ban Di
ego, but her health failed to show im
provement, and. nve montns ago sne
came here. She sank steadily after her
arrival. Mr. Dolbeer waa with Her
when she died.
United States Sends Word to Cuba
About Reporter's Attack.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1. Senor Ri
vera, the Cuban Minister, has been in
formed that the United .States expects
a legal prosecution of Enrique Maza,
the Havana reporter wno assaulted
American Charge Gibson.
The State Department haB also sug
gested that If the Cuban government
will publish the facts about the Rellly
claims the Cuban people would have
no resentment against the United States
for pressing for a settlement. Senor
Rivera has undertaken to present that
view to his government.
INDEPENDENCE BUILDS UP
Houses Are Crying Xeed of Thriving
INDEPENDENCE, Or, Sept 1.-
(Special.) Many new homes have gone
up In Independence this Summer and
more are In process ot construction.
O. A. Macy, manager of the Spauldlng
Lumber Company's business, is having
his house built and Mr. Rice, a con
tractor. Is erecting a bungalow for
himself In the southwest part of town.
While many houses have been erect
ed here there Is still a shortage. There
would have been several hundred more
families located here If houses were
available. Many who have been rent
Inr have found it necessary to buy.
lest the rented property be sold and
GRAPHITE VEIN IS FOUND
Coqullle Farmer Sends Samples to
College to Be Tested.
COQUILLE. Or, Sept. 1. (Special.)
E. C. Barker, of Marshfleld, has
struck an 18-inch vein of graphite on
his ranch, six miles north of Coquille,
and is sending a quantity or tne ma
terlal to the Oregon Agricultural Col
len to be tested.
The vein is only IS feet from the
surface and where struck Is near the
banks of the north torK or tne i;o
ouille River, where the power neces
sary for mining operations is easily ac
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
West at Enemies.
BREWERY BATTLE IS PRESSED
Roseburg Plant First Target of
Executive's Guns. , :. .
TAZWELL KEPT IN MIND
Eollce Judge's Case Hold in Abey
ance for Present Lively Worlc
by Special Prosecutor Es- ' j
terly Is Intimated. i.J
SALEM, Or., Sept. 1. (Special.)
Lay on, Macduff, and damned be 1
who first cries hold, enough!"
This quotation from Shakespear
was the Invitation which Governor
West issued today to the Portland per
sons who are initiating a recall move-
That Invitation is for all of them,"
he said. "And It will stick.".
Governor West visited state Institu
tions this morning and passed the rest
of the day at the State Fair grounds,
but at the same time devoted some of
the day to making preparations for
the next week of his vice crusade in
Roarburg Brewery la Mark.
He outlined the plan which he In
tends to pursue in connection with his
attack on breweries and railroads for
shipment of liquor Into drj territory.
He also issued a direction in a letter to
District Attorney Brown, of Roseburg,
ordering him to start proceedings at
once against the Roseburg Brewing &
'Officers of this company have been
indicted for selling beer when the
brewery Is supposed to manufacture
and sell near-beer, and I am asking the
prosecutor to take immediate steps In
relation to the brewery itself," said the
The plan which the Governor has
outlined relative- to the shipment of
liquor Into dry territory, is applicable
alike to both the breweries and the
railroads. Briefly, he will ask that all
liquor which is shipped into dry terri
tory by the breweries or other liquor
dealers be plainly labeled as to its con
tents. When such liquor is received at
its destination he asks that the rail
roads Instruct their agents that on the .
day of its arrival a description of the
shipment and the name of the con
signee be posted In a conspicuous pub
lic place in the- freight warehouse at
the receiving station.
Public Scrutiny Desired.
Ho says he will request that this list
be open to the public and to peace offi
cers. He will further request that th
railroads hold such shipments for ona
day following their receipt, to give the
officers an ample opportunity each
day to determine to whom liquor Is be
ing shipped in their respective Jurisdic
tions and to make an investigation aa
to what use the liquor is intended.
If the officers discover that tha
liquor is being shipped to an Individual
for his own use, the delivery can be
made." said the Governor. "If It is de
termined that it la consigned to a
blind pig or to a resort, then the ship
ment may be returned to the consignor,
or It may be seized and destroyed as
the officers see fit. But it will be
asked that all shipments of this char
acter be kept over a day following the
posting of the notice, and In this man
ner it will be easy to keep a direct
tab on all shipments of liquor which
are received in dry territory.
'If the breweries will consent to
carry out these requests It will be an
indication on their part that they in
tend to play fair, and that is all I ask
of them. I consider that there is
nothing unfair or unreasonable In the)
plan that I have outlined, and an ex
cellent chance Is given them to demon
strate their sincerity."
Tuwcli to Receive Attention.
As to his activities in Portland
proper tho rest of this week, the Gov
ernor had little to say. He declared
that the question of Police Judge Taz-
weli is one which will come up later
and which he is holding In abeyance at
the present time.
Expressing his satisfaction at the de
cision of Judge McGinn in the Camer
on case, he intimated that there will be
some lively work done by Special
Prosecutor Esterly, and that It will not
be long delayed.
In reference to the move which has
been started toward exercising the re
call amendment on Governor West,
Judge Galloway, In Circuit Court to
morrow, will hand down a decision in
the Cameron case, and this may have
Important bearing on the proposed
move against West. Recall petitions
have been filed with the Secretary of
State directed at District Attorney
Cameron, of Multnomah County.
Cameron brought Injunction proceed
ings against the Secretary of State to
restrain him from calling a special
election, alleging that the recall
amendment is not self-executing, and
that legislative enactments will be re
quired before recall election may be
called. Judge Galloway Issued an in
terlocutory order, restraining the Sec
retary of State, and announced a few
days ago that he would hand down his
If he should hold the amendment is
(Concluded on Pass 12.)