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TIIE SUNDAY OKEGOXIAN, rORTLAXD, OCTOBER 27, .1913.
RULE IN FORECAST
In Washington, Signs, 10 Days
Before Election, Show
Hay Has Edge.
ROOSEVELT,, SPIRIT STRONG
State Administration Will Be Re
tained by Old Party but Ioss In
legislature Will Be FeltDem
ocrats' Hope Is Hlslng.
BT Sf. M. MATTISON.
8EATTLE, Wash.. Oct 28. (Spe
cial.) An election forecast for this
tat 10 days before the general elec
tion would leave the result on the
Presidency In doubt; sire the Repub
licans the state administration, show
a Republican loss in the Legislature,
but still provide for Republican con
trol of both branches, and. as a rule
provide for Republican successes on
the county tickets. Surface indica
tions are that Roosevelt has the best
of the Presidential fight, but the best
posted politicians would not be sur
prised if Wilson carried the state and
thers are many reasons why a pro
Taft prediction would be Justified.
Two days ago Robert T. Hodge-, Bull
Moose Gubernatorial nominee, was
still a big factor in the Gubernatorial
fight. Of course things might shape
up again so that he would become
When Hodge's personal campaign
manager admits he is beaten;
When Hodge's sponsor in his blg
. gest bome meetings hedges and de
clares that while he spoke in Hodge's
defense ha never Intended to vote for
him or to advise anybody else to do
When the strongest factor in the
Progressive Republican League, now
defunct, gives up. ana
When even John C. Lawrence, Miles
Polndexter. J. A. Falconer and other
Bull Moose stump speakers begin to
omit Hodge's name from their speech
es. It looks as though the end had
Hodge's Managers Blander.
Hodge has done so much that is un
precedented in politics that a bare
possibility that he can overcome al
most certain defeat is admitted even
by bis opponents, though at the same
time even bis friends do not believe It
Thursday Hodge's campaign man
agers blundered. I rlday 'the reaction
came and Hodge's managers admitted
they had committed the last and fatal
blunder. In an Ill-advised circular at
tacking the character of Hodge's ex
wife the Bull Moose campaign man
agers quoted her father as Indorsing
Hodge. As soon as be could reach a
newspaper office Mrs. Hodge's father,
Allan Stark, Sr, denounced the state
ment as a "wretched lie" and swore
that E. C. Snyder of the Bull Moos
campaign committee had distorted his
statements, after tricking him into a
The result is easily apparent. A
public that had partially accepted
stories 3f Hodge's domestic delin
quencies and had been slowly inclin
ing toward th belief that the expo
sures reflected upon his personal and
official character, .nstantly leaped to
i.e conclusion that all that had been
said about Hodge was true and that
his managers were even going so far
as to misrepresent Mrs. Hodge's father
in an effort to discre' . her and sava
Hodge, the candidate
That is th i.ow that provoked Bull
Moose managers yesterday to admit
privately and even aemi-publlcly that
the fight. Insofar as they are con
cerned. Is over.
Hesitancy Is Costly.
Hodge's manage:-- blundered when
they did not bring him back imme
diately to face the charges against
him and if possible to stamp out the
erUect at e outsc' Instead they
sealed his lips and gave his opponents
a week's time to pile up cumulative
evidence and finally capped the clime-:
with the blunder Indicated. Hodge, -t
course, will come back and try to
Win King County, but that seems like
an imposslole task, 'xue public has
turned against him, if, in fact. It ever
was for aim. .
There is serious room to doubt
whether Hodge would have been a
formidable candidate without the ex
posures of the past week. From con
fidential Bull Moose circles comes the
story that in all . their polls Hay
showed in first place. The Bull Moose
will not admit that Hodge was actu
ally third in these polls, but the pri
vate investigations all showed htm in
that place, and there Is no reason to
believe that the Bull Moose managers
did not know where they stood.
According to these same Bull Moose
polls Roosevelt ran far ahead, but Hay
even outstripped Roosevelt. Soma of
th Republican polls show Roosevelt
in first place and Democratic inside
information is uncertain.
XJster Will Gala Moat.
It seems to be generally admitted
that Lister will gain more than Hay
by the disintegration of the Hodge
support. But even Democratic leaders
doubt whether Lister can close up the
gap that now separates him from Hay.
Republican statisticians claim it is Im
possible, and apparently it Is. Hay
ought, on present indications, to win
As nearly as it is possible to get to
an understanding of popular opinion,
the disposition among an unusually
large number of voters Is to cut state
and county tickets. It Is unquestion
ably true that a great number of Dem
ocrats and Bull Moose will vote for
practically all the Republican tickets
except for President. This may be due
to habit, for the state has been over
whelmingly Republican so long that
the ticket looks familiar. Or, it may
be that the voters believe the Re
publican primaries, having been well
attended, resulted In nominating
At the same time, however, there is
a disposition in many counties to cut
weak Republican nominees, particular
ly on the county and legislative tick
ets. Old line Republicans, for instance,
object to voting for Republican nom
inees whom they know are not sup
porting the Presidential nominee. And
where the Democratic or Bull Moose
candidates are strong this resentment
will defeat some nominees. Particu
larly is this true of the legislative
Socialists Show Gains.
It is true that the old line Repub
lican prefers to support a Democrat If
he has to cut his ticket, and that the
Bull Moose, as a species, wants to
floclt with the Bourbons rather than
return to the fold. So there is strong
probability of Democratic gains.
That the Bull Moose, strong in cer
tain legislative districts, will have
about a dozen members of the next
Legislature is conceded in some well
WITH FIVE GENERATIONS PRESENT, LINN COUNTY PIONEER
WILL CELEBRATE 100TH BIRTHDAY.
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131 CENTER- CAPTAIX JAMES BLAKELEV) STANDING, TO LEFT,
HIS DAl'GHTER, BIRS. CATHERIJiE IEWIS TO RIGHT, HER
SON. MINOR LEWI9 SEATED, HIS DAUGHTER, MRS. MASON
WITTENBERG, WITH HER DAUGHTER, MARK ALICES WITTENBERG.
Informed Republican districts. At pres
ent the number does not seem to be
overdrawn. Whether these members
will flock by themselves or affiliate
with either of the old parties is an un
Socialist gains must be counted upon
and there are at least four legislative
districts where the Socialists have a
chance of success. Socialists place the
number higher, but four seems to be a
fair estimate. In addition th demo
crats are sure to gain.
Despite these losses In the Legisla
ture, which the Republicans must ex
pect, there Is no reason to doubt that
there will be a substantial working
majority of Republicans in both
branches. So far as present reports
Indicate none of the Republican lead
ers who axe seeking to return Is in se
rious danger of defeat. A few were
wiped out In the primaries, and some
Bull Moosed. But after all the strong
est men are reasonably certain of returning.
THOUSANDS WILL LAPSE
APPROXIMATELY $548,208 TO
REVERT TO GENERAL FUND.
Figures Given by Governor West In
clude Appropriations Not Used
or Held Up Some Waj.
SALEM, Or Oct 28. (Special.)
Approximately 1546,203 of the appro
priations made by the 1911 legislative
session will laps and revert to the
general fund, according to an estimate
which has been made by Governor
These will Include appropriations and
parts of appropriations that have not
been used or have been held up in some
manner. The largest Individual item of
this sum will be the 2503, 258. 92. which
was appropriated in two bills for the
University of Oregon. This amount was
held up by the referendum petitions
which are to go before the people at the
general election. In event they should
carry and the mlllage bill should carry
at the same time it will result in a re
peal of the appropriations and the sum
will revert to the general fund the same
as though the measures fall to carry.
Another appropriation of 210,000 for
the Brownlee bridge between Oregon
and Idaho, across the Snake River, will
also lapse, as this appropriation was
nullified by eourt proceedings.
In the list of appropriations for the
Governor's office an appropriation of
1000 for publication of proclamations
and of $1200 for rewards have not been
expended. Unless some of the reward
appropriation is spent both of these ap
propriations will revert to the general
About 28600 of the appropriation for
the State Purchasing Board will not be
used and a 1600 apnroprlatlon for the
old State Board of Forestry will also be
An error was made in figuring the
deficiency for the state printing office
and that figure was placed at approxi
mately $26,000 when it should have
been about $10,000 less, and that will
also revert. An appropriation of $5000
a year for assistance to bubonic plague
sufferers in China, owing to an imper
fection in the act, did not become avail
able, and another $10,000 which was
appropriated will also revert.
A levy of $3600 was made for the use
of the State Veterinarian and the taxes
were raised for that purpose, but the
Legislature failed to make an appro
priation for that amount, so that sum
will also go back to the general fund.
Requisition Papers Issued.
SALEM, Or, Ocf 26. (Special.)
Requisition papers have been issued
by Governor West for Guisepe Glon
nlni and Pletro Vassallo, under arrest
In California and wanted in Portland
on a charge of robbery armed with
a dangerous weapon. It is charged
that they assaulted and robbed Luigl
Dallosta of $300. Requisition was also
issued for E. J. Oberer, wanted In
Portland v on a charge of failure to
support his wife and three minor chil
dren. He Is now in Chehalls, Wash.
Vote "Tea" No. 128 on the ordinance
providing for official recognition of
the Greater Portland Plans. This ordi
nance does not commit the city irre--
vocablv to follow tne .Bennett plans, it
simply provides for their recognition
as a guide In all future Improvements
and gives them moral support. It costs
the taxpayers noming. -aia jtav.
100 YEARS ATTAINED
Captain Blakeley, of Browns'
ville, Will Celebrate.
5 GENERATIONS TO ATTEND
Pioneer, Believed' to Be Oldest Man
In Oregon, Will Gather Children
and Their Offspring About
Him November 26.
BROWNSVILLE, Or Oct 2. (Spe
cial) A birthday unique in that it will
not only be the 100th anniversary of
the celebrator. Captain James Blakely,
but that five successive generations of
the Blakely family will be present,
will be observed here November 26, at
the home of Captain Blakeley s son
The five generations will be repre
sented by the following: Captain James
Blakely. Mrs Catherine Lewis, .of Port
land. Captain Blakely' s daughter: her
son. Minor Lewis: his daughter, Mrs.
Mason Wittenberg, and her baby
daughter, Mary Alice Wittenberg,
whose first birthday anniversary was
celebrated October 11.
Captain Blakely's friends maintain
that he Is the oldest pioneer citizen of
Oregon. He was born In Lynes County,
Tenn.. November 26, .1812, where he re
ceived his early education. He removed
to Missouri in 1838, where he remained
until April 4, 1846, when he started the
long journey across the plains to Ore
gon in company with his uncle, Hugh L.
Brown, a lire-long Dusiness associate
after whom the City of Brownsville was
named. They arrived In Linn county,
at the place where Brownsville now
stands, October 9, 1846, after an event
ful journey. They took up donation
land claims adjoining. Brownsville
now covers the greater portion of these
pioneer farms. About the year is&i
they started a town and by common
consent it was called Brownsville.
Indiana Are Subdned.
Captain Blakely assisted in the or
ganisation of Company E, Oregon Vol
unteers, In March, 1866. He was elected
Captain and served three months in
the Rogue River Indian war. The
company was composed of his neigh
bors. They arrived home, after com
pletely subduing th savages, on July
4, and were given an enthusiastic re
ception by the cltltsens.
" Besides being one of the founders of
Brownsville, Captain Blakely has filled
with honor many positions of public
trust. He represented Linn County In
the State Legislature when Senator
Mitchell was elected to the United
States Senate the first time. He Is a
life-long Democrat, and has always
been active In the political affairs of
town, county and state. He is a mem
ber of the First Presbyterian Church
of Brownsville, and for many years took
an active part in the affairs and coun
cils of that organization.
Ten Children Survive.
Captain Blakely was married In 1833
at Knoxville, Tenn., to Miss Sarah Dick,
now deceased. To them 10 children
were born, five sons and five daughters,
all of whom are living and all of whom
reside in Oregon, with the exception of
one daughter, as follows: Mrs. Ellen
Montgomery, Crook County, Or.; Mrs.
Catherine Lewis, Portland; Mrs. Mar
garet Smith, Parrot, Mont.; J. M. Blake,
ly, Joseph, Or.; George C. Blakely, The
Dalles; J. A. and William Blakely, Pen
dleton, and Mrs. Harriet Cooley, Mrs.
Sarah McFarland and Henry Blakely,
At nresent the honored pioneer is
oonflned to the home of his son by Ill
ness, but until a few months ago he
had always led an active life. He is
now sufficiently Improved as to be
able to walk about the house occasion
Now that ne is nearing me century
mark, Captain Blakely s sons and
daughters and his many friends are
planning on celebrating the event in a
befitting manner, provided his health
will permit, which appears probable at
th present time.
PLUM PICKED? ARE
SCORED BY H0QS1ER
Governor Marshall Tells Idaho
That "Pork Barrel" Must
AID TO WILSON IS URGED
Read Senator Elihu Root's telegram
In section 1, pag 10, under the cap
tion "Why." .
Vice-Presidential Nominee Says to
Send Senators and. Representa
tive That Will Stand Be
hind Democratic Leader.
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho, Oct. 26.
Governor Thomas R. Marshall, of
Indiana, Democratic Vice-Presidential
candidate" today told a Coeur d'Alene
audience that the people of the North
west particularly and of the country
generally, would have to take their
minds from the "pork barrel" at Wash
ington and direct their efforts and
thought to construotiye government
before reforms could be expected In the
management of the United States. .
"As long es you people allow your
selves to be controlled by the drip
pings from the unlawful and unjust
prosperity of the great corporations of
this country, you won't progress an
Inch in Governmental affairs," said
"And that Is exactly what It amounts
to when you vote for a Congressman
or a Senator merely because that Con
gressman or Senator happens to have
brought a few material plums In the
way of postofflce buildings and other
similar things from Washington.
"If the Democratlo party Is to be
successful, truly, it is up to you to
send Senators and Representatives to
Washington who will back up Wood
row Wilson In the White House. ' It
will be impossible for Mr. Wilson to
carry out the pledges contained in
the Democratic platform If he Is bound
hand and foot by a Republican Senate,
and a Republican House of Representa
tives. Faith Is Retained.
"I am out here talking to you peo
ple of Idaho because I haven't yet lost
faith in the Government of our fathers
and because I think at heart you peo
ple are loyal to the Republic.
"Colonel iioosevelt had his chance
for seven and one-half years. Presi
dent Taft has had his chance. Neither
did a thing in the way of effectively
curbing the fleecing of the people by
the big business interests of the
"Now I .ask you to give Woodrow
Wilson a chance."
MILITARY FUNERAL HELD
Major Wholly, ex-Oolonel Washing
ton First, Dies In Honolulu.
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct 26 (Spe
cial.) News has reached here from
Honolulu of the military funeral ac
corded Major John H. Wholly, United
States Army, ex-Colonel of the First
Washiugton Regiment In the Philip
pines, who died in Honolulu recently.
The service was marked by the sol
emn military ritual, accorded the sol
dier dead. The casket rested on an
artillery caisson, fully horsed, equipped
and manned. The cortege, escorted by
the Third Battalion of the Second In
fantry and to the nduslc of the Infan
try band, proceeded from Fort Shatter,
of which Maji'i Wholly was command
ant at the lime of his death, through
the city streets to an undertaking es
tablishment. The honorary pallbearers were Gen
eral M. M. Macomb, Colonel French,
Lieutenant-Colonel Campbell, Major
Kennedy, Major Tlmberlake, Major
McClure and Captain Harris.
Major Wholly's body will be sent to
the United States by ' the next Army
transport, which leaves Honolulu for
San Francisco early In November, and
the body will be laid at rest in Arling
ton Cemetery, at Washington. D. C.
Senator Bourne Visits Eugene.
EUGENE, Or., Oct. 26. (Special.)
United States Senator Bourne left for
Albany this noon, after passing last
night In Eugene and visiting Spring-
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SOLDIERS LJKEMUSIC NOW
Free Singing Course Proves Popular
at Vancouver Barracks.
VANCOUVER V.BARRACKS. Wash.,
Oct. 26. (Special.) So popular has the
free vsinging course proved to the en
listed men of the post that when the
second lesson was given Thursday
night, there was an Increase of 100 per
cent, there being 38 present. And the
end is not yet.
On Thursday evening, after retreat
la sounded, the music lessons will be
given by Professor Leathers, music
Instructor in the Vancouver public
schools. The post assembly hall has
been secured and with it a large
blackboard, and on this are drawn the
musical notes, scale and Instructions to
be learned by those desiring to make
their volees smooth, harmonious and
pleasant to hear In speech and song.
So far nas tne iame gi mo .u6o
class spread that application has been
made by two ex-soldlers, who are not
now in the Army, out wno are inwr
ao.a1 In wiiihIp.
t-v.. a.nUnaa nf thA sln&rlne" class
will be met by a fraternal fund for
similar purposes. The men are pleased
with their, beginning and promise
many more pupils next week.
KLAMATH WOMEN ACTIVE
Campaign for Suffrage Will End
With Big Automobile Parade.
KLAMATH FALLS, Or., Oct. 26.
(Special.) The suffragettes of this
county have been very active in the
campaign for the passage of that
amendment to the constitution at the
coming election. The county committee
distributed literature at the county rair
from the booth which they built them
selves, and secured a good many pledges
from voters. '
They have arranged an automobile
parade for Saturday evening, November
2, and will also have some good speak
ers. The secretary of the organization,
Mrs. Don J. Zumwalt, says that the
country people seem more interested
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POCATELLO, Idaho. Oct. 76. (Spe-
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