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MKDFOKl). OKIWON, WHDNKKDA Y, OCTOBUR 22, 1918.
forty Ihlnl rent
Dillv I IkIiIIi Vnr.
HUERTA FORBIDS FELIX DIAZ TO LAND
BUT LATTER DEFIES MEXICAN DICTATOR
?, . feT,
Hun la's Representatives Pleail Willi
Diaz Nut to Land, Without Sue-1
ens Swears He Will Go Ashore, !
Bill Is Blocked hy Hcd Tape.
Life Not Worth Murh If He Lands
Atrrsl of Fi lends Momentarily Ex
Iioctml Kopl Afloat Until election
VKKA CIH'Z. Oil. 13 Despite
M i ho nbaUrlM thrown In III w.y
hy Ilia port mithurltl'-a, Otwerii
rVtu m IhhUwI her. Unlay fror.t
Hm ntmMp Cwonvml' nfmr n
Ionic tlfUy. ntl Mfiit tn tilt tit Hie r
iM.liiw' bttWH la tb city.
Hlhla nil MUV U th troop or
twllrrt, it inni.ll crowd naHiered nml
i;bril him. Whn Dint iipupared
on n bi Irony to lw IiU nDknitlodKi
whnu a wsH In th tltriinn miulo n
short tph, MklnR plainly If Dim
IM'tutt! to run (or preldiiit.
VHIIA CIII7, Mm., (VI. 'JJ.- lb"
lying I'nivl-ioiirtl 1'iomloni llnriln'-
M-l-ilull Ivpfi'iMMltHlliM to lli fl00,
ti"iornl IVIix Iu.k wto t.dny Ilint
ih ..mM land hum imiiioiliHtly,
wlmlltur HtMrU liked tt or not.
Ha did not do mi rw ipimlly n
In liml irileiidril, Iiowpwi', fnt
lhmunh oimIImh quibbling over nun
it lr N.rt fmiMHlitiM tlm local nil
(Uoritir held liim virtually pris
oner on Him (human sloiiinnliip Cor-
IHtliNU lll1tUltHlt til" I'olflKHIII.
Whii Diax landed in Hiiwtnn h
.leicnu gunhoti' " waiting lo
bring hi wlu Wm t'rn. It wi
will lo IltiMtii, imlcin.ibly h emu
4iiniit.. UUu did not i'ohivnI lii
iiiiition Mint lit would nl lo Mux
ic in tii for tin' Smidny oleelinii
if Im hoarded thin M'Mi'l. Iln look
tlio Herman tonmhip fnicnio,uilii
I'leml Willi Din.
Fixe miW from the Vera Ciu.
iuuy, another Mexican ttnnlioul nii't
tliti ( ori-i.i uvitila hut night. l'p the
ImliUr onto tlm Cnronrwvndu'i dock
iiliiiiliiil (loiirrrtl ViitiiuiirAiiKii', 'ti
I'ml Illnjiimil' riMt M'crftnrv.
Hi'tiiiK in tliln iimliiiii'i' ih lliu'ita';i
nlrti'ntnliui. With him ' M
OKntlnn nf proiiiiiiont llui-rtiHtn.
Thoy hint noun, lln'y wihl, to hop
Din. iin to hunt until lifter tin i-liv-tion,
lli would Kiimdy i'imilii'ul
lhi truiri-h' if Ik' did IhiiiI. 1I miKht
iuil 11 until. iwtl I'lixN hy umniniiiK
011 liuiinl llio t'orrornvndn. An u
Komt imlriiil, would ho not icmiiiu
(Contliiiicil on pnRo 2.)
PLYMOUTH, MnBH., Oct. 'J'J.
Httoru tiwtlinony thnt ho ovorhontd
u oonvomaHou hotwnii Mih. Jounlo
May Kalon nml Minn Juno Koyfl, hoc
ilniiKliter, lu which Mm. KoyH finlil
Hint Admiral Joaoph O. Knton hnd
liriimmuil to hor Hint thoy kill Mm.
Koyn' liiiHbniiil and Mm. Hilton und k
tn Uuropo toKothnr, wiih kIvoh thU
uftoi-uoon nt tho trlnt of Mm. Knton,
ehniKod with poltionliiK tho ndinlrnl,
hy itulpU KoyH, tho dofonduut'H uoii-lii-luw,
Koya toHtlflcd thnl Mm. Koyii wont
to Amdulppl to vIhII hor mother on
tho namo day tho defendant wont to
vIhII her dnti;htor. nml thnl tho con
veiHutlim occurrod nt thai tttuo, On
honiliiK tliltj coufoHHlou, from hor
diviiKhlor, Kojh mild, Mm. Knton im
imidliitoly touk a train for AhhIdIppI,
und Hint ovonliiK tho 'ndinlrnl wiih
lukou III und later dlod.
Tho iiroHociitlon rcHtoil Its enso nt
four o'clock, und court ndjournod un
ARMY AND NAVY
AGAN ST HUERTA
Crisis In Mexico So Serious That
Preparations Completed (or Action
at Moment's Notice Serious Anil-
Forclii Outranks Feared.
BilINi Attitude Offends Wasliiti(lun
Wilson and Bryan In Conference
Over Situation In Mexico.
WAHIIINdTON'. ct. 'it -Ko
tlirntiiiliiK vnm tlic Mi-xlrnti nltuntlnu
vontlilitrmt toilny tlint nil iirttporA
tliiim irn runijiluttMl for liiuiltiui
iMiim movim hy tlm army nnil unvy nt
n iiiiiiiiiI'm iiotlio.
Mtiry Mirn-inlliiK iliwpntrli (rom
Moxtro (Ml) Mild Vorii Crwt liullcntoil
ii fiirtlii-r KroMtli or nntl-fori'lKii mul
iMt lully niitl-Aincrlciui tfolliiK
Mom Aiii'irlouiirt woro rojiortixl (li'
Iiik llio toiiiitry.
It unit lutlmntoil hy t ho Mnt il'1
iHirtiiK'iit Hint 1'roitlilout WlUon n
jinllcy of nuii-lli)r(iriiicii will ln nl
hort tn uiiIiim norlouM nntl-foruli;n
outrHKuM nIiiiiiIiI ocfiir, hut tlint nurh
oiitrnKon wrn furi'tl wnn tiractlinlly
uiIiiiIUimI In iiilmliilmrntlou clrcli'i.
Thnt tlm M ' I ran tilictloim uoxt
Xiimluy will Im fnrclout uvorjoun full
.Majority for Xono
What wnH ili-ouiixl llkollost wn
Hint with four rnnillilatu Iltiurtn.
Dln. (inmhon nml C'ntcro In tlm
flulil, utinu woulil rrci'lvo tlm roil
Htlttitluuitl laajnrlly nml lluortn
woulil lmily (ontliuin hh illctntor.
Sui'li nit oiilrouio It wan roucoiluil
iiilr.ht ciiNlly iirfolpltalo nucli nvrloiiH
trouble an to iit'cowllntu Immuillnto
Aniorli'iiii net tun.
Not much offort was niniln to run
ciuit Hid fnit (hut KiiKlnml'H attltmlo
Iiiih hi'itii iIUiIii.'kIii to tlio WiibIiIuk
ton KDMirninout. IIiikIIhIi fornlKU
MlnUtor Kir Kitwnnl (Iroy wan ca re
fill to nxiilnln to AurtiaiMinilor IMko.
Aiuorlc.i'rt ri'pri'm'iitatlvi' In J.omloii
thnl llio pri'HiMitatlon hy tlio MrltlHh
inlnUtiT In Mi'Xlro nf hU rri'iloiitlalu
to Itunrla, Immoillntoly follow Iiik his
proclamation of n illctatoruhlp, wna n
nioro Vuliifhli'iico," nml hy no meuiii
tn ho lntorproti'il as a ulitp nt the
Uultiul HtatoH, whlrli wiih nt tlio
nuiiio llmo iixprio'Hilm Hit iltujilcniiuro
nt llticrtu's action.
Sir IMuanl StainN Cat
At tlio Kiuuu tluiK, "colurlilouco"
or no "roliu'liluiici," tlio luclilonl hup-
Morn than thlH, Kir Kilwnnl onhl
unthliiK hnil yut orcurrtul to miiko
him holluvi) MiiKlanil miulo n lulHtnkn
In rvcoKiiUliiK Huorta. It wan hoped
that tlio illrtnlor'a hlKhnmlinl hohnv
lor ri'contly would load lo a with
drawal of DrltlHh recognition,
rroBldont Wllrinn ami Soorotnry
llryati conferred froi-iioutly durlut?
tho forenoon. No nniioiiiicemoiu vxd
mndo coiicornliiK tlio unturo or ro-
milt of their dollhomtlotu, which
worn ltuown, liowovor, to rulnto to
cuudltloua In Mexico.
WAUiA WALLA, Wiibli., Ool. 22.
Having hold ol'l'ioora nt liny for
twonly-four houm, tluontoniii,' their
IIvoh if limy ontorod liin house, David
Yiiughn, inosidont of tho Windiing
tou Loan cc Tnmt oompauy, today
called u phyHloiuii mul asked thai ho
ho Riven inedionl aid. Ofi'ifom am
Mill Kiinrdiug llio liouso.
Vaughn is njpiueutly reenvorinj;
from tho fit of toiuporary iusuuily
which caused him to hurrioudo him
self in his homo.
Lust night nit offort was iniidn to
nvoroomu him with gus liherulod
through a Hjnall hole in one of llio
windows. Tho attempt wits unsiio-ccssful.
DICTATOR OF MEXICO
10 SUCCEED self;
MEXICO CITY, Ool. 22. T out-
wnrd nipenrnnoo tho .Mo.ionu onp-l
tt nl oouliiiuod timet toilay. I ho jhu
lioe mid imow wore on liiuul, how
ox or. Foreigner e.xproimod the
opinion thnt Sumlny'ii olo would he
ery light. They ooiiidered lliiorln
Hiiro to will unliHW, porhnw, ho
nhoidd prefer to prevent any eumli
date from M'curing n mnjorily, that
he might remnin diotutor. In any
wilt, it wan holiowd, hin wiho
woufd prevuil, ninoo hi trimi eon
Did tin) eleotiou innchiiiory.
Disregarding nil his preiout
pledget, llueiiu nniiounecd his pre.-t-deiiliul
eandidney lust night, with
(lonernl Dhuupiet n second on the
tiokct. Agninst Huerlii wore ex
Foreign Milliliter (Inmhon and Oen
oral Cnlero, tho noininees respcot
ively of the Cutholie and lihernl par
ties, (lamlioii has hoon from the
first entirely under Itiiertu's emit ml.
Culoro hits heon a weak oaiultduto
who has hardly mndo u enmpaigu.
Agninst lluertn nlso wih Uencml
Diur, nt sen on his way home from
Huertu nekuowledged that Dins
was strong, pel haps stronger than
24 CITY OFFICIALS
EAST ST. LOUIS, 111., Ool. 22.
Twonty.four former city officials
hero woio indicted today hy the SI.
Clnit' county grand jury. Most of
them wore charged with conspiracy
to defraud tho city, and all with inii
nicipal grafting of hoiiic. sort.
Among the indicted ex-offieinls
wcro ex-Mayor Charles Lambert and
ex-Treasurer Fred Oorold. Tho ol It
ers wcro former aldorinon and heads
of municipal departments, Ceroid
wns neoused of oiuboszling $,"0,O00.
According lo tho grand jury's fig
ures, tho city wns cheated out of
nioro limn .f 100,000.
SENT TO MEXICO
PAHIS, Oct. 22. Tho hattleships
Condo mid a cruiser, tho nniuo of
which Iiiih not yet hecii aiiimunced,
wero orduri'd loduy to Mexican wat
ers to protect French iutep'stt. Tho
vcavulti Miilimi dtilo was not blutcU.
- ' m ,-i
AND YOUTHFUL RIVAL, NEPHEW
'" - yu
placed on gray
LONDON, Oct, 22 I'nloM Kor-
oIbh Secretary Sir Kdwnrd Grey Is
prompt In putting an cxtliiKiilnher
upon Sir Lionel Cnrden, JCngllnh niln
Utur to Mexico, Indications today
wore that both of thorn wbuld be In
Tho London press wan almost n
unit today In warning tho KiiKllsh
Koveruiuent annlunt any policy
which might eauso even n shndo of
111 reeling In the United States. Sir
Lionel's action In presenting his cre
dentials to Provisional President
lluertn Just ns the latter was receiv
ing tho American rebuke for as
huiiiIiik tho dictatorship, wns not up
prowd hore. Ills statement jester
day thnt the "t'nlted States does not
understand conditions In Mexico,"
wns roundly denounced.
"It cannot bo denied," snid tho
Loudon (ilobo, generally a bitterly
auti-Ainerlcnn paper, In an editorial
today, "that President Wilson hns
grounds for complaint against tho
llrltlsh policy In Mexico."
SLIGHT RBUmON OF
NHW YOUK, Oct. 22.- A slight
reaction of prices occurred soon af
ter tho stock .market opened today,
Tho mora important Issues .wero gen
erally lower, steel dropping i, and
ltcndlug, Cm, Amalgamated mid
American Car 1, Canndlau Pacific
1. 'Wabnsli preferred roso US
Later nil tho lending speculative fav
orites declined about a point, mid
tho market continued dopressed for
tho remainder of tho day, several two
point losses being recorded. Tho
closo wns Irregular.
Uonds were easy.
LLOYD GEORGE PLANS
STATE LAND CONTROL
SWIXGDOK, England, Oct. 22.
Government control of tho ''laud
monopoly through tlio medium of a
new cabinet porl folio was referred
to by Clinncellor of tho Exchequer
David Lloyd-fleorgo in a speech here
today as among the national iidmiii
istration's plans for the immediate
"Jt will bo known," ho said, "as
tho ministry of laud, and will deal
witli all questions relating to reul
OF PREVIOUS DICTATOR, WHOSE
GENEI2AL PEUX DIAZ. fr
BURNS HELD FOR
1' C. Horns, a tramp, Is held for
the murder of Jeff Coldsou, a crippled
buKKar at Tnlont la.t Sunday, by the
sheriff's office tipHifini)" Verdict of
I tho coroner's Inquest last Tuesday
nfternoon. Another man unknown
Is named as Hum's accomplice.
The grand Jury will take up tho evi
dence against Hums this week, and
he will bo given a trial at tho term
or tho circuit court beginning noxt
Inhumanity of tho slayers of
Coldsou was tho striking feature of
tho evidence at tho Inquest, and
Hums wns Identified positively. Sec
tion Iloss older of Talent tosttfled
that ho snw the shooting, mid hoard
n nun toll tho wounded victim, "to
shut up or ho would shoot again,"
another testified that Hums, whtlo
Coldsou was laying on tho ground,
kicked him In an cfort to mako him
walk, and Miss Suslo K. Arnofd testi
fied that Hums held his hand over
tho dying youth's mouth to keep back
his Incriminating tale. Tho wit
nesses also testified that Hums,
Coldsou, and another man wnlked
around Talent for two hours with a
bullet through tho cripples Intestines,
and that while ho begged to bo al
lowed to rest thoy Insisted that ho
walk. All were drunk, the tostluiony
Hums is about 32 years old, n
week's growth of beard Intensifying a
cold, heartless looking face. Ho
stands In a slouching attitude, mid
his clothes show tho wear and tear
of a vagrant life. While being
Identified by tho different witnesses
ho leered mid sneered. Ho has lit
tle to say about himself, the murder,
PLACED UNDER ARREST
MONTEl.EY, Mox., Oct. 22. -Daniel
and Evnrista Madero, brothers of
tho Into President Francisco Mn
doro, wero arrested hero today,
charged with plotting to throw the
city into tho rebels' hands.
Tho federals said the plot was dis
covered through papers found on the
bodies of rebels killed in battle.
STATUTORY CHARGE BY
JEALOUS WIFE DROPPED
itosKnuna, or., Oct. 22. Tim
statutory charge against Hobert
Conies, wealthy liuubormnn of Aboi
decu, Wash., and Lillian H. Carter
of Portland wero dismissed in jus
tico court today. Tlio couple wero
arrested on complaint of Mrs. Coates
POPULARITY HE FEARS
: ADDED TO LIST
BY GRAND JURY
Tho Erand jury this afternoon ul i
2 o'clock returned true hills against j
.Mrs. UvMiie Kuoutzeu l Hie Mcatn
iboat tlitrici for rtwiiilt to attempt)
to commit mayhem on the person of.
.Mrs. ltliveii, wh-e arm wa broken!
in mi attack, mid against Charles M. j
Patterson for larcenv by bailee. Thit
inorniinr tho ermul mrv visited the1
poor farm and investigated condi
Practically nil o Tuesday after
noon was devoted by the grand jury
to the investigation of the circum
stances surrounding tho shooting of
Elmer Conger by his brother, A. P.
Conger, hit Saturday, throuvh mis
taking him for a doer. All the mem
bers of the ill-fated party were be
fore tho grand jury, und told their
stories. A. 1. Conger, tho brother
who fired the fntal shot, is distracted
with grief and fours are felt by his
friends of a breakdown.
JAB EACH OTHER
SACItAMr.NTO. Cal., Oct. 22 -Following
a fist fight at Hutfalo Park
hero late yesterday, Harry Wolver
ton, manager of tho Sacramento Coast
League club, Is nursing a badly dis
colored eye, and "Ulg Hill" James,
n Portland pitcher, who was his an
tagonist, i u under treatment for a
dislocated thumb, which prevented
his pitching yesterday's gumo.
Accounts of tho lnipromtu boxing
bout differ, but those who witnessed
it say that Wolvertoti opened hos
tilities and struck James. The i
pitcher cunie back sharply, and tn
the close-up work, Wolverton fared
badly and wont down for tho count.
James is considerably lighter than
tho to rm or manager of tho Now York
Had blood Is said to havo existed
betwoon the two men over slnco both
wero connected with tho Amerlcau
Lcaguo, where James formerly was
with tho Cleveland e'ub.
SULZER OPENS CAMPAIGN
HEADQUARTERS NEW YORK
NEW YORK, Oct. 22. Ex-Oovcr-nor
Willinm Sulxer opened hondquar
ters today in n llrondway hotel,
whence ho will wage his campaign
for tho stale assembly as a progres
DR. CURRY OF BAKER
ON TRIAL, FEDERAL COURT
PORTLAND, Or., Oct. 22. Dr. II.
E. Curry, u prominent physician anil
surgeon of linker, Or., was placed on
trial today in tho federal court on
charges of uing tho mails for an
Condemned Man Writes From Peni
tentiary Sayiny He Will Make a
New Confession, This Time Telllnrj
Who Was Slayer of Dedaskalous.
Says Real Murderer Is Laughing at
Him Now, But That a Promise Has
Sealed His Lips.
Frank Seymour, alias I'arkor, who
with Mlko Spanos Is sentenced to bo
hanged Oct. 31, writes tho Mail Tri
bune promising another "confession"
before he dies, In which ho will reveal
the namo of the real murderer of
George Dedaskalous, tho Greek ho Is
convicted with Spanos ot killing.
Seymour made somo six different con
fessions whllo hero and recently
rnado a seventh, to tho warden of tho
penitentiary, similar to ono of thoso
made here, In which Tom Frekas,
tho Greek section hand, recently con
victed ot stealing apples, is accused
of tho crimo.
Seymour Is evidently growing
younger with tho years, ns ho says
ho Is but IS, whllo tw6yraJrsTagd!?no
claimed to bo 19. Tho lotter is evi
dently a plea for sympathy to aid In
securing signatures to tho potlllou
being circulated asking the governor
to pardon. Desplto tho fact that tho
murder Was rovoltlngly cold-blooded,
and both convicted men worthless
degenerates, tho petitions havo boon
freely signed by thoso who do not
bellovo In capital punishment. Tlio
OREGON STATB PBNITNKITAUY,
Salem. Ore., Oct. lf.th, 1013.
Editor of. Mall Tribune,
You will do mo a great favor by
publishing what follows,
I have been sentence to hang on
tho 3,1 of this mounth, I would llko
to say that, I am hanging beacuso, I
wns foal enough to keep my word.
I gavo my word that I would not toll
who killed George. If it had not
been for me. they would havo been
lots of dlferonco. I would not be
where I am today It I had did as iho
sherlf ask mo to, tho man that killed
George, is laughing at mo now. I
saved hint nud hang myself. I havo
got nobody to blame but myself. It
was Just a lot ot ignorants on my
part, the papers aro all tho tlm telling
about them to greeks, If you don't
know that I am not a greek, I will
toll you I am not a greek, but I am
not any butter. A Greek Is Just as
good as I am. My father Is English,
And my mother Is Spanish. I got
word to day that my mother has beou
died tow years. I loft horn lu 130C
i was in Kneo pants when I loft. I
am IS years old. I think it is pretty
hard when a man my ago has got to
Hut I am going to let you know
who killed George, tho greek, beforo
I dlo. I am,
ROLLER TOUGH TUSSLE
SAN DIEQO, Cal., Oct. 22. John
Dorg, tho Portland wrestler, is look
ed on hero today with favor as a ro
wilt of his match lust night with Dr.
D. F. Holler of Scnttlo, who has as
sumed tho titlo of champion slnco
Although Holler won in straight
falls of forty-two and twenty-fivo
minutes, he was given tho tussle nf
his lifo by a man twenty pounds
lighter, nud was ropcatedly baffled
by llerg's agility mid gnmoncfiH, 'i,'ho
crowd hissed nml jeered (he Seattle
man for his tactics and "jawing."