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REBEL ACTIVITY AND DEFIANCE FOLLOWING IT0ISJ1PLICAIES THE IXICAN SIIUA1N
Lin nrnnniimnii nwilllLJUTr lll I n i F0Un of uncle sam's qattleships and two admirals on Mexican coasts I An r-rr - -m '
m HUM UN
F Ifi IE
WLSONSPOLCY
Hrhcl Victories Give Tliem Nearly
Completo Conlrol of Four States
Aimy Concentrated on Junrci
Huerta Fortifies Capital.
Mexican Ccnurcss to Meet Tomorrow
Carranza Ends Negotiations
With United States.
WASHINGTON, Nnv. 10. Con
Hi million ronohod Hit I 'tilled Sinlt
today of llm ii'bid capture of Vic
tiirin. i'tJlHl !' THmMtttipn llr
Moxlon, with tho tnM1iinnl ioihiM
that the virion iimwwon'il llifir f-l
cml iriinr.
Il w btMiwn, llimiiih li'tl runt ii iii
cil by tin Wftnlilnuton mliuiiiit ra
tion, ifiM (loner! Cuminit, (lie
' rebel lotuler, IihiI ji'fii-iil lo iiovut'
nto further willi William ItHvnut
little, Pi evident Wilum' unofflfii!
reproeiilntivo, iiiiIom I lnl preoiilil
fnuns! orodentinU, which would
luiiiniiil o recognition liv Pronidoiil
Wilson if tit rebel' liell'L'i'rMH'v.
To Itm.Kiili' NYlllior
Tlico two thing", together Willi
Ofiii'nil Villa' execution of federal
irUiciM n( Juarez, led iniinv mri
who lunn hitherto ndmentod wet:
tilling the rebel mul Irttinc llii'in
Iihvo nmi to t'ltrttiff" their mind nnd
nihlo President Wilson not to rio
niriitzp either side, Iml to lol them
fight il out. TliU wn whnt it wn
generally bcllnvod the. president
would do.
AKSIItlllllK Hint till Wlllllll llO till'
enso, General Cnrrniirn dropped no
pitiiitinn willi Hull' mill prepared to
return with lilt stuff from Niigale
lo llcrtiimiilln. Rebel snid tlny ilnl
not euro if llm nrm rmlmriM were
not raited n limy were gelling nil
tlmv needed nnywny.
General Vllln wh oniiooiilrnlin
7000 men nt Juarez, nml the people
of Ml Pnn, noros the Itio Grande
Hiiro ginning norvnu.
To AtlitiU Tnniplro
lluviiig captured Victoria. Hit
rebel gonornl, floiirntoh' iiumi i-Iimm'iI
rtin'li fi'ilcrnlM iik oooiipPil to tlm town
of Tuln nml Imnt them rmnin, (lion
prcpiiroil lo nllnok Tnmpiro. nliloli
hum icporloil rnpliircd ycMlonluv. Iiul
I'vtilnnllv h'iih not.
Tliroo liilcul Ui'lorios giivo tin'
rrliolrt nonilv oomplolo onnlrol of tin'
hlnli'M of Soiioni, riiilnniliiiii, Siiu
lon nml fimliulln.
l'ropnrnlloiH woro ooinnlrloil for
Ilic Mi'xlcnn cnnu'rc'viR to hht) tomor
row, ili'Hpllo Prcnlili'iit WIIhoii'i ro
J'ntinl lo roongiilro it.-
I'roniilonl Himrln wns in ilinpornlo
PtniitH for funilti.
t'orllfylng Piipllnl
MV.xli'nn lmiw woro foiiifvint
lii'lwoon Moxli'o Cilv nml Vorn Prn
ih if limy oxpciilt'il nu nllnok from
tlm Intlor oily.
KoroignoM onnlinnoil lo pour mil
of Moxii'o Cilv lownnl tin oonsl,
'I'liroo UrillHli oriilxors worn nnlor
oil fioin WVhI Imlinii lo Mo.xloiin
wnlorfl.
'I'lm Amnrtonn Imllmxldp Vor
Hnmpsliiro wiih iiihIioiI from Vorn
rrnr, In Tiixpnn, lint no o.vplnnntion
wiii glvon.
Dnnlol nml Kvnrixln Mndnrn woro
rcti'iiHod nn linll.
Kx-Aldormnn Frnnolrt nf fliionirn
avIio, II wns fonrod, lind boon killod
n Jnuriiz, turiiod up Hiifoly in Tor
nuns,
LAW IN ILLINOIS
l'KOUIA, 111., iNov. II).--A milt
ntlnoUiiig llm oniiHtititlioiinlily of llm
womnii Hiiffriign law wiih aoliodulod
to bo filed this r.ftornonii in tlm Tiuo
woll county oiroiiit cnnrl. H will
olinllongi) llm vnlidlly of tlm woinmiM
votu wnmli onnimi urn noun ihhuu oi
$250,1)01) for a now courthouse here,
ummtNLU)
PIONEER MINER
ON EVANS CREEK
William Laddlniilon, A(jetl 88, Meets
Horrible Death Torn to Shreds by
Explosion, Then Incinerated
Nelhbors Find Chaired Remains.
Came to Oreuoii In 1852 and Was
Central Fliirc In Mlnlny Activities
of Pioneer Days.
Wlllllllil l.liilillllKtoll, iikoiI SS
yonrii. lor tiulr it rontnry n minor
nml proHpi'i'tor on Kvnnn crook, mot
u liorrllilo iloutli In lil raliln liomo
Tiipmlny iiIkIK. Atmnt nlno o'rlork
nolRlilinrn tiouril tin iplnlun, nml a
tho Klnro of flntiiiHi. tIiIk morning
tli' fniitul liU rlmrroil. nml mtinglvil
romnltiM bltig In tlm inlum,
Ilnntlt wnii prolmlily rmimtil, In tlm
opinion of Coronor A. K. ICollogg, of
(Solil III who wont to ItiviwtlKiitii, by
tlm oxplunlon of four or flvn itilckn
of ilyiuimlto tlm iikimI minor Kopt In
hi ratiln. Thin cannoil tlm flro. Illn
nrmn nml Iokk woro lorn from bin
bin boity by Hid force of tlm luplo-
nloii. I In wn burnoil to n rlmrroJ
mnmi. Tlm rnbln woh roiltuvil to
upllntom.
l.iiilillnKlnn rnmo to OroRon In
tsr.2, nml hm n contra! flgurn In
llm mining nrtlvltlnn of tlioao ilnyn.
Mo won n fortmm from tlm ourtti,
but of rooimt yonr be hits rocolvoil
n tnontbly nlbrwnnro from tlm coun
ty. Ho wim burn lu Kentucky. All
uf bin llfo win upoiiil In tbo open
hlllii. nml bin lmt ilay woro Ihoso of
n liormlt.
Tbo funeral norvlco will bo bold
nt (iolil lllll. Nu rulatlvoa nro
known.
SAY M0ULIHR0P
WASHINGTON. Nov, 19. - Slit
noy Moultbrop, I'nlttnl Stnto iionntor
JituioR Hamilton l.owln ox-crotnry,
cbnrgod with forgliiK tbo Cblcngo
Htntoiimnn'ii nnum to n 290 check
wah trying to find n bomliuiun boro
toilny.
In tbo monutluio tbo grand jury
hum InvoHtlgntlng tbo nddltloiinl
obnrgn Hint tin wroto tbroHtotilng
lotturM to I'lOMlilmit WIIhou nml Honn
lor I.owIh. Ouo of tliom dnmnudod
Hint tlm proMdeiit "call off" I.cwIh'
proRoeutlon of Moultbrop iiudor pen
alty of "tbo nxpuHiiro of n mnnilnl
Hint would drive Soorolnry of Stnto
llrynn, Socrotnry of tbo Trcusiiry
.MoAdoo nml I.uwIh blniHulf, from
public lUo."
Moultbrop dtiuleu Hint bo wroto tbo
lotion. "I'm rondy to tnko my
mudlclim If 1 omul," bo mild, "but 1
doy't want to bo coiidomuod for
HilugH 1 didn't do."
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N'KW YORK', Nov. ID.Thrcnleu
cd with tlm loss of hulf their in
coiiu'8 through u HticcosHful fight of
moving pieturo coneerna ngniimt the
enpyriuhl law, memborfl of tlm An
Ihorh' longiie, of which Colonel Theo
doi'o ltoosevoll is u vioo-preident,
were inopmiiig today to toM llm law
beforo llm miprcum court.
Tlm Icngiiu'ri fight will hinge nu a
decision by h I.oh Angelen court tip
holding tlm contention of u niolio'i
pieturo company tliat once u hlory
in printed, either Horinlly or in hnnl;
form, tlm copyright in void, nnd limy
ho reprinted, dramntized or used by
moving pieturo coucerpH.
Tho t.o-s Angelas decision was ren
dered in n Hiiit ngninsl llm llulliou
Moving Picture company Instituted
by Jack London.
THREATENED WILSON
AUTHORS
IGT
PIRATIA
MOVES
o. I, Itlimlo IhIhihI; Vo. a. Xobrnv
ku; .Vo. :t, Adiiilrnl I'lotrbor, in clntrun
of tlm fti-t't : No. I, Ailnilnil CmIon,
In iliiUKU of Ainorlriiti llin-t on VL
Coital of .Movlro; No. .'., Vltvlnln; No.
II, Now .loroy.
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OF
ENIRATED
VICINITY OF JUAREZ,
Kli PASO, Tox., Kov. lit.--Willi
Oonornl Villa conoonlmting "OUO
.Moxionn rebel troops at Junrcz. mmo
uncnNincsM wn lioginning to bo ox
prosscd here nt tlm numerical wenk-
ARMY
700C0NC
i.o.h of tlm United Slnles foroo iiiJnMvo populM,on WU bo of a gcnor,
inn viriiuiv.
In tbo event of Auierionti interven
tion in Mexico, it wnn genernlly be
lieved (but nil Mexiunu fnotioim
would combine in nn offort nt reidit
nuee, nml tunny ro-ideutrs nloiig the
border inclined to tlm view Hint tbo
Tidied Slntos i-4 unpreimreil bore
nml nt border points in Now Mexico,
Arizona nnd Cnlifornin.
With tlm rebel victory nl Vielori.t
today fully confirmed, the northern
.Mexico stales of Konnra, Siuuloii,
Cliiliuuhun nml roaliuila woro entire
ly under rebel control except for tho
towim of Cbiliunliini City, Tnmpico
nml OiiuymnH. Of thoxc, Cliibiinhua
City wiih hiiriounded liv rebels, nml
tlm full of Tampion, already ruuiored,
was predicted within a few dny.s.
TO
AITACK CHIHUAHUA
Kl PASO, Xuv. 10. Oenernl
Pnueho Villa wns hnslening mililury
prepurntious nt Juarez today, pre
HUtunbly for nn udvunoo nguiust Chi
huuhun City, which il wan expected
would begin tomorrow, ltcpntts thnt
a federal foroo was moving north
wurd from Chihiinlitia City, ns if to
tnko tlm inilintivo in llm fightiut.
weiti lint credited by icbel officers.
They puid the feder'nls there were in
no condition to tnko the field nguiust
them.
Villa 1ms shown much considera
tion for Americans since ho captured
Junrcz. On paying Mrs. Christo
pher Seggorson of HI Paso .f.'iOU yei-
terday, indemnity for tlm death of
her sou, tlm chant four killed the
morning of tlm enpturo nml promis
ing a still larger sum if the rebels
overthrow lluertn, ho expressed deep
regret for llm Seggersou incident,
but suid ho mistook tho Americnn in
tho darkness for a federal.
POULTRYMEN BLAME
SPECULATORS FOR PRICES
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 10. The
Ponllrymon'fl nssooiation of Sonoinn
county culled a meeting today for
next Tuesday night to demonstrate.
to consumers that speculators, and
not; llio DOiiltrvmen. nro rcsnnusihlo
for tlm present ulomst prohibitive
' prico oi! cfga.
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f i- t ''"'- vr- ' 14 ft s if
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1L FOREIGNERS
PREPARE 10 FLEE
FROM MEXICO
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..m nl..h .nrn.ln In .Iia fll n r n ni.iIv
v.o " uu .........i. . ...u ..v " -m
Ico. Americans were no more on tbo
nicri limn Kuropeans ami ino nn-
.... .. . . .
prenslon prevailed that any trouWo
Hint may hnvo to faced with tbo
ally auti-foroign rather than of a din-
tlnctly antl-Aiuerlcnn character.
Now s thnt l'aco Del Macho on tbo
railroad Hue between hero and Vera
Cruz, was being strongly fortified
added considerably to tbo fear that
tbo road tuny bo out, mnklng It Im
possible for thoso stilt hero to roach
tbo const In nn emergency. Hut for I
tbo fact that depnrture. would mean
heavy financial Iocs for mauy of
thorn there probnbly would already
hnvo been practically a complete exo
dus of foreigners from tbo city.
I'resldont Htiorta's money trou
bles woro salt! to bo stendlly Increas
ing. Ills government understood to
hnvo been running for somo time on
loans ho has boon ablo to squeeio out
of rich Mexicans, nnd In a few In
stances from foreigners. Theso
sources hnvo been pretty well ex
haunted. NKW YOUK, Nov. 19. Flucua
tlona woro Irregular at tbo opening
of tbo stock mnrket today. Tho lu-
nctlvo slinros moved most wldoly,
Toxns Compniiy rising IU nnd Corn
Products proforrod 1. Later prices
broke from M to a full point. Tho
ronctlon vas led by Cnnndlnn Paci
fic, Heading, Mexican Petroleum and
Now Haven.
Ilonds woro steady.
Tho market closed steady,
NO WEDDING INVITES
SENT CONGRESSMEN
WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 Scoros
of representatives nnd sonntors felt
Blighted boro today bocnuso thoy woro
not invited to tbo approaching wed
ding ot Miss Jcsslo Wilson nnd Fran
cis 11. Snyro. Speaker Clark, Con
gressmen Maun and Underwood nnd
tho Now Jorsoy delegation, Sonators
Korn, Onllluger and Clnrko of Arkan
sas nnd Vlco President Marshall wore
practically tbo only legislators lui
vlted.
ni & i i ii M nn n iu i - - varw
1 oiuui mmm
TV-' t. v - . rW
mnili iiiimn 1 1 iwaiwJi.a
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CARRANZA LEAVES
NOGALES. ABANDONS
HALE CONFERENCE,
1 .MKI.XI.J..S, sonorn, .Nov. IV.
AH.a m ........ ...1 I.:.. .....
i tiiiniiuuu viuiiuii.1 iiiiii inn uu
Ifitittitionnhst cabinet were to lonvr
I X'.i....! - - i i...r .11,. ii.. ..:..!
ukhikj. ur iiuiimiMim, mc camu
of Sonorn, on a. special train nt 2
o clock this nftcrnoon, according to
a statement by n member of tho rebel
juntn. Cnrrnnzn's negotiations with
William Hnynrd Halo were under
stood to bo nbnndoned.
llcbcl celcbrntion of the capture
, of Tnmpico nnd Victoria continued
throughout tho night. '
General Hugh L. Scott, after nu
inspection of the troops nml equip
;ncnt here, left today for Fort Hun
chucn. Shortly beforo noon Carrnnzn held
a telephone conversation with Villa
nt Juarez. It wns denied nvnin thnt
tho constitutionalists nnticipnto the
removal of their hendqunrters to
Junrcz, ulthough doubts were ex
pressed thnt the removal of Cnr
rnnza lo Hormosillo, scheduled for
today, would prove pennnuent.
ltebel lenders hero declare the em
bargo an munitions of war is caus
ing them no further worry. They
churned that they now have menus of
securing nil necessary arms and nm
munition from oilier source.
DUEL OVER LOII
PARIS, Nov. 10. As Piorro I.oti's
representative, Georges Hheitmnvor,
one if the best fencers in France,
fought u duel today wilhMJeulennnt
Toreum of the Hulgnrinu a nay. How
tho meeting resulted vns kept se
cret, it took ulncc in u I'm is sub
urb. Toreum had resented satirical
comments by l.oli and enmo nil (ho
way from Sofia to challenge the ntt
thor. Loti, who is growing old, ig
nored the challenge, but il wns taken
up by llroitmnyer.
FOUND IN COAL MINE
ACTON, Ala.. Nov. 19. Thirty
two corpses had been taken this af
ternoon from tbo Alabama Fuol and
Iron company's mluo No. 3,3 horo
whoro nn explosion occurred Into
yesterday. With tbo six rescued
nltvo, It was bollovod this accounted
for all who were In tho mluo. Tho
number was larger than wns at flrs
aupposod,
15 mm m
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WILSON PLANS 10
ELIMINATE BOSSES
FROM DEMOCRACY
WASHINGTON:, Kov. ID. Pros
. . .
incut iions nrst move to Cllllllll-
nto liospi-m from domoonicv was ex-
peeled today to bo mnde Friday
when he is scheduled to discuss the
party's prosrnm with Willintn F. Mo
Combs, chairman of the democratic
national committee.
McCombs wants to remain at the
bend of the national committee and
has announced thnt if he does he
will initiate n movement for the elim
ination of some of tho bosses from
the parly. After his conference Fri
day with tho president. McCombs
promised lo givo the public a state
nient of his plnns in New York.
"If McCombs enters into n fight
with the bosses in New York, it wns
stated, ho will havo tho support ot
Governor Martin II. Glynn, mnypr
elect John Purroy Mitchel of New
York City nnd Dudley Field Mnlono,
recently appointed collector of the
port of New ork.
McCombs has boon notified thnt if
ho will consent to lend tho Tammany
forces that he will bo supiwrted liv
tlm rank nnd file. If Charles F.
Murphy is misted from tho lendei
ship of Tammany, McCombs expects
In try and out Tom Taggart of In
diana and tho Sullivnn-Henrst ma
chine in ll'inois.
T
FOR STRIKE REGION
TRINDAD Colo., Nov. 19. Fol
lowing tho failure of roponted ef
forts by Governor Amnions to settle
tho Southern Colorado coal mluors
strlko, Judge Advocato K. J. Hough
ton, of tbo state national guard, con
ferred today with Adjutant General
John Chaso and Doputy District At
torney Genornl F. E. Houck nnd then
unuouncod that a military court to
try nil law violators In tho district
will bo established next week unless
there nro strong Indications of a set
tlement.
E
TEXAS CITY, Texas, Nov, 19,
Soldiers of tbo Second United States
army division today begaa digging
ditches and sowers to connoct with
tho city mains, flooring their touts
and putting up stoves, which was
taken to mean that au all winter stay
will bo made,
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START HUM
PACIFICHIGHWAY
County Court Surjrjests That Gover
nors of Orejjon and California
Shake Hands Across Border and
Sam Hill Turn First Shovelful.
Bids for Grading Siskiyou Division
and Pavlna, Central Point Section
Opened Today.
An interstate celebration to mark
breaking ground for tho Pacific High
way Is proposed by members of tho
county court, seconded by State Engi
neer Howlby. Contracts will bo
(awarded Wedpeaday. It Is sug
j gestcd that Governor West nnd Gor-
ernor Johnson of California nnd sls
klyou nnd Jackson county officials
shako hands across tho border and
that Sum Hill, father of good roads
In tho northwest, turn the first shovel
ful of earth for tho now highway.
Theso events to bo followed by a got
togothcr banquot at Medford.
Dldg were opened Wednesday nf
ternoon for paving the Central Point
sections nnd grading tho Siskiyou
divisions. Rights-of-way for both
sections havo been secured and ns
soon as the bids havo been tabulated
and totals figured, contracts will bo
awarded.
On account of economic conditions
and tbo number of cont'ractors'idle,
low prices aro expected to bo bid.
PLAN OVERTHROW
T
WASHINGTON. Nov. 19 'mo
overthrow of Glfford Plnchot as tho
leading spirit In tbo Conservation
Congress In convention here, was tho
admitted aim today of delegates op
posed to his policies.
Answering Plnchofs charges that
water power Intorests had packod
tho congress tho nntl-Plnchot dole
gates alleged that Plnchot had at
tempted to pack tho convontlon him
self by naming as delegates members
ot tho forest sprvlco who wro still
loyal to him,
Plnchot today warned tho con
gress that the General Electrjc com
pany and nlno other groups control
05 per cent of tho country's water
powor.
"If tho rights of tho public cannot
bo recognized without a conflict."
Plnchot said, "then wo must fight.
And lf wo must fight, now Is tho tlmo
to do It."
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NOGALF.S, Sonora. Nov. 10. Tho
federal garrison ut Victoria, capital
of tho Mexlcnu stato of Tumulps, is
surrounded in u convent iu tho .out
skirts of tho city, according- to mo?
snges to General Cnrninza from Pa
blo Gonzales, leader of a besieging
constitutionalist force.
According to tlm Gonzales mes
nge, tho federals took refuge in the
convent when it wns found- impos'
siblo to hold tho city longor. Gonza
les will stnrvo them out.
Tho message stated further that
tho constitutionalists routed a fed
oral reinforcement sent - to aid- the
city.
RUSSIAN WORKMEN l H (
STRIKE IN PROTEST
I
ST. PETERSBURG, Kov. 10. As
n protest against the trial on crim
inal charges of certnin factory blinds
whoso solo offense was -.thnt they
struck for more pay, JKOO, work
men throughout Northern Russia,
wulked out today.
PIN 0
POLICES
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