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Medford Mail Tribune
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MIODKOIM) OKIWON, WKDNKSDAY, OCTOBKIfc 20, 1013.
WILSON MAY SEND HUERTA ULTIMATUM
TO BE 0 MAN
Pirslttcnl Sluils Hltuseir Ui to Work
Out Mexican Problem Ennjand,
Germany and France Likely to
Suppoit Action Taken.
revolutionists Threaten French Col
ony Near Mazatlan, Which Is Point
of Greatest Danijer.
WAHIIINJ1TON, Oct. 29. Presl
dunl Wilson hIiiiI himself In lili
utility today lo work nut tlio Mnxl
run problem. ,
Hit will nuuirgo from his seclusion
Willi nn open declaration to tlio
world whnl to mperl (rom tlio
Hulled KUti'N lit din way of settling
affairs In tlio southern republic.
Tim president promlsed'tho powers
tlml lin would cuiiliclnto a definite
policy. In giving this promlso to
tlio diplomatic rejir'inntntl ' of tlio
various nntloim, ho nisdit those two
Tlio I'nltml Ktuton will resent out
sldu Iritorcfurctiro In Mexico.
Tlio problem U essentially nn
American problem. TliU warning
Tlmt tlio chief oxocutUo was con
nlilorhiR nn iiltliiintuin to President
lluiirln. demanding lilts retirement,
also wns known definitely. It wns
believed In Washington tlmt he
would Imvo KhrIUIi, (lonunti nml
I'ronrli ujiiort in such n iloinnnd. In
the faro of such n situation diplomats
hern woro of the opinion that lluorta
would have to ylold.
Today's point of greatest dnncor In
Mexico wns bollovod to ho Santa Ik
iinitlo, forty miles Inlntid (rom Mnznt
Inn, whiro revolutionists wero then
toning Krotich colony, Tlio cruUor
Mnrylnnd was nt MntAtlnii.
"Will marine ho landed " Secre
tary of Hlato llrynn was nuked,
"Wo shall nffnrd Iho muiio protec
tlou to tlio French tlml wo would to
Americans," war tlio secretary's an
l.ntost advices from Mnxatlau wore
(Icnornl I'ollx Dlnz, now on honrd
tlio United Hlntoa bntt It-nlilp I.ouls
Innn nt Vorn (Irtir, will ho Inndod nt
n neutral point or sent hy n conimnr
clnl vessel lo Havana, nn ho may
TOOK 1 00 TABLETS;
DOOMED 10 DIE
SANTA MONICA, gill., Out. Bfl.
Doomoil (o tlio from IhoH'ffoels of
Hill lili'lilorldo of mercury tiiblot
wliicli hIio swallowed when hIio bo
ciiiiio despondent Iioouiiko of ill
lu'iillli nml poverty, Mw, ICuto Hoi
luuil, 22, In iiiulor observation In St.
CitllturiiuH hospllnl toduy.
Mrs. Holland purchased n liottlo
containing 100 Inhli'tH of Iho poison
- I '." grniiiH In nil. After Hwnllnw
iug Iho deadly poison four nt n ilmo,
hIio liiiHCil tlm Imtllo willi wnlor and
drunk tlio Solution.
Fifteen minutes Inter- Mio wns
found sobbing on tlio floor of her
room nml tnken lo tlio lmspitul,
where exlremo menus wcro used to
novo lior life.
Dr. Klunloy MeOeo, house Burgeon
nl tlio hospital, iloelnreit tlmt tlio
wouuiit had not Iho bhndow of a
clmiico to live.
COLON, Out. 20.-Passengers ar
riving hero today i'roin tlio nouth Haid
tlio rovolutloii in Kuuador was
Hprondiui;, (leuornl Coneha, the
ichul loader, waH nald lo huvo routed
tho iruveinuii'iit foiveti on Hcvoral
VVV"U" . .
OF STATE NOT
SHOW AT FAIR
Southern California Withdraws From
All Participation In Panama-Pa-clflc
Exposition at San Francisco,
Accordlnn to Ultimatum.
Quarrel Arose Over Cliarne for Floor
Space Claim Injustice Beinu
Done as Entire State Pays.
OAKLAND, Cl., Del. 'JO.-Soull
ern California Iuik withdriiwu from
all pnrtli'iuntlou in the I'niininn-I'a-
eifio rxMiHition in San lVatieisco in
llll'i, aecordinj; o an tiltiiualum tie
liviTi'd Imlav hy It. V. I'ridhnm,
ehainnau of Iho hoard of HiiprrvU
orn of I.n Aih'pIi'h coiinty. to Iho
Sou Frniieiii'fl fair eommihHionerH,
at a mi'clini; in the llolel Oakland
Tlio nellon wiih taken nn Ihe
Krotiuil that southern California Iiiin
poulnlitileil 3.1 or rent of the $.,
000,000 nppronrialeil liv the ulale
for Iho exponltion, and Hint Ihe Snn
Franrixro romminloneh4 were Irv
ing to "hold up" Ihe ooulli for floor
tmrn chnrVN in the rouutleH huilil-
inc nl Ihe fair.
Put t'p or Hlny Off
I'riiltiam'H iillimaluin rnued n sen
intlon nmong Iho eomminHioner nud
Im wiim told Hint tlm Houthrrn eotiu-lie-i
he rcpreMcnled rlllier iiiuhI imv
for floor npno or Rlnv off Ihe ex
position greund: wl'li their exhihitK,
Tlio ehnrue U $2 n foot. Owing to
tlio fnel that the meellng hot wren
Ihe Houlhenierfl nml the fair com
tnlxxIonerA wn nlonny, it wni held
hrhind rloned doorn nud every pre
entition wan taken, Hint thn proeeed
liiB ho kepi secret. Several jiarlie
ipnnln, howcer, talked nfler the
meeting wan over.
rridhnm elninied tlmt nn injuliee
wan helng done lilrt portion of the
ilnte, in view of Ihe fnel that the
Nlnle nuthoriticti had allowed the im-
itroodou lo co ahrond during the
thno when Iho hondn for the expooi
lion werv helng volel, which led nil
counlieM in the stnto to helieve that
floor npnee would ho c'ven free in the
Mtnie huildiui; for the exhihltrt of the
It wiih under thix iinprexion, l'rid
ham claimed, that the southern eouii
tie mihmiUed to the henvy npprei
JAIL TEN WOMEN
FOR STREET SPEAKING
I'OHTI.AND, Oct. 29. Ten wom
en nro In' tlio city Jail today nwnltliiR
lienrliiR on rhnrRua of blockading
ntreot traffic hy ntemptluK to hold an
open air meting In tlio congested dis
trict. Tlio women woro tnkon Into cub
tody Inst night nftor Mrs. Mary
Kehwnli, ouo of tholr number, had
precipitated a near riot by climbing a
telephone polo and attempting to do
llvor mi nddrctiH from that olovntlon.
llouch warrants woro also sworn
nut for two moil who attempted to
Interfere with tho progress of tho
patrol wagon convoying tho women to
tho city jail.
DOWN THEN UP
NEW YOHK. Out. 20. Tho cen-
eral I rend of Iho nlool; iiiarket was
ilnwnwiuil nt tho oponing today, nl-
though lew stnoks woro up frno
tionally. Ciumdiaii Puoifiu droppod
n itoitit and Miusoiirl Paolfio Il-l.
Clenorally tho ohaugos wcro hiuiUI.
Jiiuer tho toiio improved, Heading,
with n 1 -point rino, leading Iho ad
vanco, HoudiJ were sleady, The
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NHW YOHK, Oct. 29. Kx-Moyor
Jna. D, I'lielnn of Han 1'rancUco ar
rived hero today from Kuropo on tho
liner Imporntor, still hopeful that
Kngland nud (lormany wll ducldo fin
ally to bo represented at tho Snn
Francisco 1915 exposition.
"All countries on both hemispheres
will exhibit," ho said, "except Hug
land, (lormany, Hussln and Grecco.
1 think (lormany and Knglnnd co
lored Into nn unholy nllanco In de
ciding not to exhibit, 'on account ot
tho sentiment ot their manufactur
ers. Their manufacturers huvo
slnco shown themsolves anxious to
exhibit, and I mill hope both nations
will ylold to their demand."
Other distinguished pnsscugors on
tho Impcrntor woro Count and Coun
tess Szochouyl, Huron Von liorustortt
Win. J. Hums, Klslo I). Wolf and
Miss Anno Morgan.
It wns tho Imperntor'a last run
this year mid wns mado In tho rec
ord tlmo for tho Imporntor of
flvo dujB, fifteen bourn and flvo min
IN BIXBY CASE
I.OS ANCIKLKS, Cnh, Oct. 20.
That all mutters growing out of tho
viuits of Oeorgo II. llixliy of I.ong
Heaeh and other wealthy men to
girla who lived nt tho Jonquil npnrl
nionts hero will ho dragged again
into tho legal spotlight was. indicated
horo today by tho announcement of
United States Distriot Atlornoy Al
bert Sehoouovor that ho has gone
over ovidcueo purporting to bhow the
existence of a blackmailing plot, mid
will probo thoroughly events lending
to tho unest of ". 11. Stevens unit
0. S. MoKelvey.
sstfl V I
ELECTION DAY IN MEXICO.
POI.TI.AXI). Oet. 20.- II. Chnnd
ler l'gnn of Medford, former nn
tiounl elmmpioii, nud Harry H. Da
vis of Portland, tenm'n.g against the
noted Itritixh jirofcssionnl golfers,
Hurry Vnnlon nud l'.dwnnl Hay, won
tho morning round, -1 up. They
played eighteen holes this morning
nml nro playing the samo number
Kgau and Davis played in wonder
ful form nml their work wns compli
mented hy the Hrilibhern, who de
clared it was the best they had seen
on tho coast.
TEXAS ANO KANSAS
Al'STlN, Tex., Oct. 20. It was
colder hero today for October than
in ninny years. Fears, wero ex
pressed that the cotton crop would
TOPEKA, Knn., Oct. 20. Ther
mometers registered tho coldest Oc
tober weather today over recorded
horo. Tlievo was l'ivo inches of snow.
T SENTENCED TO
SEVEN YEARS IN PRISON
NEW YOHK, Oct. 20.-Dr. Ernest
Juret, alleged aeeomplieo of Hans
Schmidt, confessed slayer of Anna
Auniullor, in u counterfeiting scheme,
was SQiiteneed today hy United
States Judge Hunt to seven yours'
impiisonment in tho federal prison
nt Atluntu, On.
-n. v. n.i
DIAZ LEFT HOTEL
OWING $1000 BILL
VERA CRUZ, Oct. 20. Tho pro
prietor of tho German hotel, where
Diaz was n guest before taking ref
ugo in tho United States consulnte,
summoned beforo the local authori
ties to cive tho details of his rela
tions with tho fugitive sworo that
American Consul Canada mado all
tho arrangements for tho gcnernl to
leave the hotel. Tho hotel man ndded
mournfully that Dins nud his two
companions left tho hostelry $10u0
in debt for their entertainment there.
.Alocolea, it wns only learned Inst
night, has also been a fugitivo since
Sunday. Ho wns arrested on that
date, charged with flourishing n pis
tol nt ono of tho polling places, wns
released later on bond nnd took ref
ugo with German Consul Gorr, who
was still sheltering him today. It
was believed ho would bo put on
hoard tho kaiser's cruiser Herthn nud
landed nt somo neutral point.
AGAINST CHIEF WHITE
SAN FRANCISCO, Oet. 20.
Nearly 100 witnesses will appear for
and against Chief of Polieo G. A.
White nt his hearing beforo tho po
lieo commissioners beginning tonight,
on chnrges of dereliction of duty, In
competency nnd other oftenses.
Mayor Itolph, District Attornoy Pick
ort mid many othor officials nro
among those sunnnonod to testify.
RAISE FT. CROCKER FROM
TWO TO TEN COMPANIES
GALVESTON, Tox., Oet. 20.
Thnt tho war department intends to
raise Fort Croekor from a two to u
leu-coinpnny regulnr nnny jost wns
learned hero today,
WIDOW'S FATE BIDS ASKED FOR
IN EATON CASE GRADING ROAD
Mrs. Eaton Confident of Acquittal
on Charrjc of Havlnq Poisoned Ad
miralExtolled as Wonderful Wo
man by Attorneys for Defense.
Sympathy of Crowded Courtroom
With Defendant-Did Not Need to
PLYMOUTH, Mass., Oct. 20.
The cbj'c of Mrs. Jennie May Eatoi,
on trial here for the murder of her
hubnnd, Admiral Jiweph G. Enlon,
was exjvocted lo go to the jury be
fore night. The defendant is confi
dent of ncquiltnt, nnd frequently
nodded her head in approval of the
Kints made by Dcfnnso Atlornoy
Morse in his argument this morning.
The courtroom wns crowded, tho
spectators, nppnrently sympathizing
with Mrs. Eaton. Attorney Mor
extolled the defendant's courage,
"Mrs. Eaton is n mot wonderful
woman, sue was not obliged :o tes
tify. She could hnve remained silent
nnd forced the government to prov
its case. But she did not.
"'I will meet my nccttbcr, (eslif..-
nnd let tho jurors judge whciher I
nm crnzy or whether I killed my
husband,' she said.
"And I believe the jury U con
vinced of her innocence."
Attorney Morso closed for Ihe de-
fenso nt 2:30 o'clock nnd DUtnei
Attorney Barker opened his argument
for tho prosecution.
SENT VERA CRUZ
HAMPTON ROADS, Vn., Oet. 29.
Tho American battleships Virginia,
Rhode Island, New Jersey nnd Ne-
braskn sailed from hero today for
Vera Cruz, whero they will rcliove
tho worships nlready on duty. Iho
latter have now been nt Vera Cruz
nearly up to tho expiration of tho
period allowed for foreign fighting
vessels to remain m Mexican waters
without permission from the govern
ment. This President Huertu re
fused. YALE FOOTBALL GAME
NBW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 29.
With Walter Camp In. personal
chargo of tho work, many sweeplus
changes wero mado. today In tho
Yalo varsity football cloven. Tho
rhanges, as nrangod by Camp, fol
Hubbard, right ond; Maddon, right
tacklo; Caldwell, right guurd; Mil
ler, center; Kotcham, right half
back. Avery, left end and Cornish,
Tho romnlndor of tho Hno-up was
WASHINGTON, Oet. 29. About
threo-fourths of tho invitations to
tho wedding horo noxt month of Miss
Jcssio Wilson, daughter of tho pres
ident, to Francis Bowes Snvro at
tho Wliito House, will bo dolivered
by messonger, according to an
nouncement today. Only tho invita
tions to friends m distant cities will
Miss Wilson wns planning today n
trip to Now York to select the furn
ishings for hur new home,
Major Bowlby and County Approve
Estimates and Advertise for Bids
Contracts to Be Let November
19 Earth and Reck to Be Moved
Contract for 50,000' Barrels of Ce
ment Slflned WIKi Portland Bea
ver Cement Comoany at Gold Hill.
Major If. W. Bowlby, stnto high
way commissioner, arrived Wednes
day and at a conference with Judge
Tou Voile nnd Commissioners Leovor
and Smith, tho contract with Beav
er-Portland Cement company for C0,-
000 barrels of cemont for uso on tho
Pacific Highway, was signed. Tho
contract calls for delivery next June
Tho estimates and quantities for
tho new grade over tho Siskiyou
wcro revlowcd and an order mado
advertising for bids for grading.
Ulds will bo rccelvod up to November
19, by tho county clerk. Tho adver
tisement for bids reads as follews:
XOTICK TO CO.VTItACTOItS
Scaled proposals, addressed to
County Court of Jackson County,
Oregon, and endorsed "Proposals for
constructing Siskiyou Mountain Sec
tion of tho Pacific Highway In Jack
son County, will be received by this
County Court ot Jackson county at
its offlco in tho courthouso, Jackson
ville, Oregon, .until 2 o'clock, p. m.
of tho 19th day ot Novombor, 1913,
and at that tlmo and placo wilt bo
publicly opened and read.
All proposals must bo mado upon
blank form to bo obtained from tho
state highway engineer at bis offlco,
Masonic building, Saloni; must glvo
tho prices proposed, both in writing
and figures; and must bo signed by
tbo bidder, with his address.
Each bid is to bo presented under
sealed cover and shall bo accompa
nied by cash, a bidder's bond mado
payable to Jackson county, or a certi
fied check mado payablo to tho
county Judge ot Jackson county, for
an amount equal to at least tivo ;.3r
cent of tho amount ot said bid, and
no bid shall bo considered unless
such cash, bond, or check is enclosed
therewith. Such bidder's bond shall
bo conditioned that if said bid bo ac
cepted tho party bidding will duly en
ter into and execute tho contract.
Should tho successful bidder ta
whom tho contract Is awarded fall
to executo tho samo within tun days
(not including. Sunday) from tho
dato of notification of such award,
such cash, bond, or check shall bo
forfeited to Jackson county and tho
samo shall bo tho property of tho
county. All other cash, bonds and
certified checks will bo returned to
tho unsuccessful bidder who sub
mitted tho samo.
A corporato surety bond will bo
required tor tho faithful pcrformanco
ot tbo contract lit sum equal to ono
halt ot tho total amount ot tho bid.
All bids aro to bo compared on tho
basis ot tho stato highway engineer's
estimates of tho quantities ot work to
bo dono as follews:
1. 134, I2S cublo yards ot earth
(Continued from Page 2.)
GRAND JURY FAILS
TO SOLVE PUZZLE
Tho now grand jury wns dismissed
this morning without returning any
indictment in tho $21,000 shortage in
tho books of ex-Slicrif t Wilbur Jonda,
who made good tho deficit at u
heavy personal biiorifico. Tho Mut
uto of limitation forestalled loal
action upon ovideneo submitted. Thu
report of Expert Viinn was examin
ed, but showed nothing except tlmt
the money wns missed, but through
what channels no ono knows. '
OF M ING MONEY