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OF F. B. !
White House Wcdtllnu Ccremcny on
Scheduled Time Amid Scene of
nam Beauty, President's Daughter
Is Mmrlcil Presbyterian Vows.
eight Hundred Guests, Including Dip
lomats, Statesmen, Relatives and
WASHINGTON. Nov. 3fl. Amlil u
nceno of rare ltn.ti I , MIm JohbIo
Wooilrow Wilson, anroud daughter of
President nml Mrs, Woodrow Wilson,
wedded rrnticlrf II. Hnyro, of Now
York, hoii iif Mr nml Mm Itoliurt II.
8nri of Poniiaylvnnln tit 4:30
o'clock (IiIh nfteriioon. Surrounded
li foreign llptoiiintit resplendent In
llii'lr brilliant, uniforms, tlm hlglmat
official In tint service of tlm country,
limmhcm of llm moat exclusive social
M-l of tlm rnpltiil, InclmlltiK auvernl
hundred friends nml kinsmen of the
two families, tlm tirlilnl couple look
ttm l'riMti turlnii vow In tlm i;nnt
room of t lift white homo, tlm scene of
tunny famous nm hUtorlc gntlmrlUK,
Slitiirlly .Mark Ceremony
Simplicity marked tlm ceremony,
lint tint scene ni one of rojnl splon
itnr. Women In lirltllniit gown, tlm
rorpN of nldc to ttm prcatdcut In
uniforms, tlm bntnlsiuon hidden bo
hlml tlm bnnk if palms nml flowern
In full droM rcgnlln, Iho bride,
charming In n rich crrnm wlilto sntln
K0v.il, nil combined to innku t li If, llm
thirteenth while lion mi wedding, tlio
immt notnlilo of nny of tlm twelve
tlnt have precede It. Tlm llr. Hyt
venter Writeach. of Princeton. N. J.,
fntnlly piutor of Iho Wilson during
their rmlilcmro In tlm nnhoralty
low ii, performed tlio ceremony.
Departing from llm tuiinl citatum
of while house wcddluvs, tlm tirlilnl
couple entered tlio vAitt room to tlm
HtrnliiH of (.ohoiigrlu'n wedding
march, pin) imI liy tlm United Htal'n
imtrlim Imml nn'il nrrompnnlcd liy tlm
voices of n group of St. John'ii Pro
testant Kplacopnl rliurcli rolr boy.
Tht lirdlnl party formed In llm din
ing room, nftor tlm WIIhoii nml Savro
fnmlly purlieu liml entered tlm cant
room from tlm Main stairway- Tlm
sou clients liml nlri'iuly foiiml their
places. Mr. Hnyro nml his IiomI mnn,
Dr. Wilfred T, (trcnfcll, of l.ubrn
itor, descended tlm state stairway
nml proceeded (o IiIh poitlllon ut tlio
light of tlio nllnr.
down of While Sntlii
.hint ns tint clock pointed In I 30
o'clock, tlm marine Imml which liml
previously iiln ml softly, struck up
llm wedding march. This iu taken
up liy tlio choir hoys, who awaited
llm lirlilnl party In tlm wool nml it
tlm rcil corridor, Itmllnnt In Imr
shimmering roho of whlto sntln, nml
IcanliiK on tlm loft nrrji of tlm prosl
limit tho brlilo (ook up tlm triumphal
inarch to tlio nllnr n raised pint
form near Iho Kruat window opening
on to tlio oust torrnro. Following
cniuu tlio attendants, Mian MarKarot
Wooilrow Wilson, slstor of tlio lirldo.
iim maid of honor; Minn Kionuor linn
dolpli Wilson, nnothor itator; Mian
Mary tl. Wlilto, or flultlmoru; Mian
Adttlluo Mllclinll Scott, of I'rlncoton,
N. .1.. nml Mian Marjorln 'llrown, of
Allauta, (loorKla, nit lirldoMmnliU.
Ildiijainln II, Ilurtou of Now York,
Dr. Hcotll C'lnrk of Caltiiu, Man., Dr.
(Illhort llonu of Montclalr, N. J.,
mid ClinrloH K. llunhos, Jr.. of Now
York, acted as milium. With pur
fttctly timed trend, tlio lirldo nml Imr
latlmr nacomlnd tlio dlun wlioro tlio
(Continued on page a.)
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iliuit WilHou wiih nt liU (U'Hk Hovorni
ininiilcH I'liilim' tliiiu UHiiul Imlny. Ho
hiiw llm ihuiiI nmnlii'r of ciillnrH ami
then eoulVi'icd with llio uii'iuhom ol
IiIh culiiuut until 1 :!ll o'clock. Wlicn
OHO Ol' tllO eulllllOt Ol'licOIH lOlllilllllM
him liml today wiih Ids iluunhtcr'n
woililiiitf dny, tlio picsiiloiit niuiloil.
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liortiuit fiifiiro In tlio covemony.
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I'ltTI.ANI. Nov. '!". Dcclitrmt:
itnft'ititililo the project of itntnlilnh
im a nit -foot channel lietwccu Oro
loii Cllv ami Kuyciic in tho Willam
ette river by meaiw of ilmnn ami
locks Ih'i'iiiimi of iho Mioriiioii" firl
eot ami tlm iiuumil iiininteiiauec
elinrKC, Major J. Mclmloo, piveru
meiil i-iiKHKH'r, todny filed villi tlie
Portlaml chamlier of commerce u
formal report cowjjjrjjj jjiojitia
lion. Major Melmloo fimlx thai the coxl
would exceed $11.11(10,11011, of wliieh
$1,(11)0,0(10 would Imve to he expend
ed for 'JO damn and lock between
Orepm Citv nml Coivalli-i, and
7,()IIO,0(IO for 1 1 daiurt ami IocUh
between Corxalli ami KupMie. He
found tho mninleniwico co.t wmilil
ex il $:i(J0,000 per year.
The jjt'a! nuniher of dum- reouir
cil, Major Melmloo found, win. he
caue of the low biiiikx of the river
which, with fewer ami higher dmn.
would caue damaKiiiK overflow in
time of hmh water.
Major .Melmloo crlticihcil Ihe lack
of co-operalion on tho part of the
AGE TO CABINET
WASIIINtJTON, Nov, UT. MnvliiB
flnUlied bla lueaKUKo to counreiH
Prcaldont Wllaoa Htolo Hum from tho
wlilto hoiiao WL'ddlUK fcatlvltlva to
day to rend It to liU ratilnot
It wntt umloratood thntlt wiih ov.m
in ore indlcu) thnn had boon expected
nml tho prt'Hldciit had boon counted
on to embody In It koiiiu docldodly
The cnbliu't inenibom nlo dla
ciiHHod tho .Mexican iiltuntlon, th)
pre.ldcnt oxplnlulim to tlmm Hint ho
aent John Mud to Tnmplco to K-'t n
flmt hand report on conditions thero
lio did not look for ono, how over,
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KoiiMKit wiiiti: iieiisi: vi:tniN(is.
Mm. I.uey 1'u.mio NYashlimtou, sister of Mrs, Madison, and Judgo
Todd, March 11, I SI I,
-f Aiiiiiv Todd, rolntlvo Mrs. Madison, and Itepresentntlvo K, 11.
Jackson, IS! l,
Mario Hester Monroe, daiiKhter of President Monroe, and S, U.
(louvornour, Mutch 11, 18:20.
Mnry Mellon, nolco Mm. Adanis, nml John AdaiiiH, 1S20,
Mury I.owIb, iliuiKliior rresldent Juekson's Intlmato friends, and
Alphom.0 Josoplt (loor rnKolnt, 1830.
Mnry Kuston, nleco rresldent Jnckson, nml Mr. I'olk, rolntod to
President I'olk, 1833. '
Kmlly Martin, rolntlvo President JackHon, nml Lewis llnndolph,
Kllznboth Tylor, dnuKhtor l'roslilont Tylor, nml William Waller,
Kllon WroiiHluUl (lrnnt, diumhtor President (Irani, nml A. 0. 1
Snrtorls, Mny 31, 1871.
Kmlly'piatt, nleco President Hayes, nml (Ion, Hussoll HastliU's,
Juno ID, 1878.
Francos Kolsom nml drover Clovolnnd, prosldonl, Juno 2, I881?.
Alice Uoosovolt, dnmthtor President Hoosovelt, and Uepreseutntlvo
Nlcholus I.onKWorth'. Teh. 17, 1U00.
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ilrotion HI&tnMnM SooliUr
?f)7 Second Street
'Cvery blow struck by tlio nlcdgo
on tlm no' Medford viaduct. Injurea
Il more than yenre of trnvol," ntntos
J, S. Howard, tho founder of Mod-
ford nml pioneer oiiKlneer of South
ern OrotTou. "Tho cntiro brldgo is
n solid man. of reinforced concrete,
tho ralln nru n part of tho ro-lnforce-
inent. Tlio Jnr of tlio blow of sledgo
upon drill rnuncs tho entire structuro
to lbrnto nml shatters Its Holldlty.
"It U a slinmo to permit this un
called for Injury to our flno now
lirldKo, simply to enable, n trolley lino
to muko mi easier curve. Thy
lirJilKo nuioiiKH 10 ino peopio nnu inn
city officials oiikIU never to permit Its
NotwIthstnmlliiK protests, tho llul-
lis company is koIiik nhend yeronoly
with their nttnek of approprlatlnK tho
Htructuro so an to hwIiik tlio rails
from tho renter of tho street to ono
side. About 30 feet of tho west end
of tho structure Is affected.
ANOTHER FHANK SAYnE
WEDS MISS WILSON
OIlANni:, Tex., Nov. i.V.
('oiueidciit with the wedding
todav of MihN Jehfio WJNon,
daughter of IMxident ami
Mrh. Wilxou, to rrnucirt H.
Suyrc, Mi.s Jcio WjImiii,
tliliif-litor of u farmer, was
married heie to" lVaneis
Sayre, n nierchiiut.
BLUWb INJUKt MAKE: WULb'Aol
BRIDGE SEVERELY ANSWER FOR LOSS
OlWJOX, TUESDAY, NOVUM BKIfc 25, 313.
Civil and porhnps criminal action
will bo started by persons victimized
by Ad Wolgnst In his four-flush play
of buying a ranch near Medford.
Papers are being drawn for civil ac
tion to bo Instituted In the Michigan
courtH to recover money spent upon
WolKnst'n order and criminal action
In Oregon for cnaplracy to defraud
by J. K. llnrkdull and Claude Miles,
who have been buncoed out of ap
proximately 11500 by tho pugilist.
WolpaM rent llnrkdull, says tho
Intter, n check on a Michigan bank,
for 1750 nml Instructed htm to buy
n tenm and wagon and other farm
fixtures. llnrkdull deposited the
check, nml drew $700 ngalnst it for
these purchases. Then the Medford
bnuk In which the check had been
deposited, wns notified that payment
had been stopped by Wolgnst, but
llnrkdull was stuck for these and
other expenditures. A day or two
after tho purchase of the tenm, tho
ranch foreman, n former trainer of
Wolgnst, sold presumably upon wire
from Wolgnst, tho team ami other
equipment for less thnn half price
nml skipped with tho money.
Other expenses woro Incurred upon
wrltton nnd telegraph instructions
nml payment upon checks to pny
stopped, giving the appearance of
conspiracy to defraud.
Damage suit Is also threatened by
Mr. Heath from whom tho orchard
nt llrowusboro was purchased, as no
caro was taken of It by Wolgnst ami
It became badly Infected, despite
warnings from Inspectors to clean
. GAY TO
LOS ANGKLKS, Nov. 25, nurr
Harris, negro, convicted of tho mur
der ot Mrs. Kobecca Uny, n Chris
tian Science practitioner, wns sen
tenced todny by Judge Willis to ba
bunged. No dnto was fixed.
Harris two months ngo enterod tho
office of Mm. Gay In an offlco build
ing ami bent her to death with a
ploco ot gas pipe, Ho flod to San
Dlogo where ho was arrestod. Ho
Inter confessed to tho murder ot Mrs,
Mllvlun Uosktns, wlfo ot a Comptou
ranchor, two yenra ago, nml to sov
orul minor crimes.
More thnn one million workers em
ployed In tho metal Industry In Ger
many get a week's vacation annually
SAI.BM. Ore, Nov 25. Perma
nent registration Inw Including tho
repealing clauses, was declared un
constitutional today by the stato su
preme court. This action rc-lnstatcd
the old registration law which re
quires that an elector must register
before each election. A peremptory
writ of mandamus, sought by tho
city of Portland was granted direct
ing John H. Coffey, clerk of Multno
mah county, to dollver to the city
auditor the 1912 registration lists
for use at the special election next
Tho 1913 act Is declared unconsti
tutional became tho legislature did
not complcto tho enactment of tho
law, but nttempted to Involve tho su
premo court In connection with tho
legislation by making a provision that
lu case the supremo court held tho
compulsory fcaturo of ihe act jincorc
stttutlonal, the remainder of the act
would remain lu force. Tho com
pulsory feature was not passed upon
by tho court.
Tho opinion, written by Justice
Moore, holds that tho validity of tho
act Is niado to depend on a decision
of tho supremo court which body Is
Tho section which provided that If
nn elector lost his certificate of regis
tration ho could not dbtaln another
unless ho had witnesses prove thai
tho certlflcnto wns destroyed by n
natural calamity Is declared unrea
rilAULKSTON, W. Vn., Nov. 2.1.
(leorno Jordan was convicted to
day of violating the Mnnii while
slave law by inducing, Kutli Steel, 11
Kentucky mountain girl of 10, to
come to Charleston under proniire of
employment nml putting lier impend
in n retort conducted by 11 woman
known us Hebeecn Hobim-on. The
Kobinson woman's trial will begin
Jordan in 11 properoii btiMiiess
man here. According to the uirl'n
ue,eount, sdie left the retort after u
time nml was trying to live honoatlv
when Jordan, who in the meantime,
liml been indicted, made such threats
ngniiixt her if she nppeared its 11 wil
iiecs for the prosecution thai, in lier
terror, 'ho swallowed, bichloride of
Though she was a vvitncM, despite
Jordan's threats, Mio was mi far
gone from the poixou that t-he Imd
to tivtify from n cot on which xlie
was carried into the couitrooin, and
repented hearings were necesxary for
her to tell her xtory, as sio was too
weak to speak for moro than a few
minutes' ut a time. Her death U in
evitable. TO OPERATE AIRSHIPS'
OAKLAND TO FRISCO
SACRAMKNTO, Cal., Nov. U.I.
Tho San FrunoUeo & Oakland Aer
ial Terry company, capitalized nt
$'J00,000, was grunted 11 permit to
day to opornte tiirships between San
Francisco and Oakland. Tho per
mit provides for the carrying of
jiabsengeid and freight,
- IDE. GROOM. BRIDESMAIDS W BEST MAN
SALEM, Ore., Nor. 25. Captain
Harry K. Mot calf, sent by Governor
West to Florence to Investigate tho
deportation of Industrial Workers ot
the World from thero Nov. 11, made
a complete verbal report to the chief
executive today. In which ho stated
that ho found that tho Industrialists
had bicn forced to leave without tho
uso of threats or other demonstra
tions. Governor West announced that the
Incident Is not to be dropped as he
Intends to take steps that will fore
stall any further deportations In this
state. He said ho was preparing a
plan of operation which ho would
announco in a few days.
In a statement Issued by the gov
ernment presenting the findings ot
Captain Met calf, the governor con
demns tho "damnable methods" ot
tho Industrial Workers, ami censures
tho actions of cltlxens when they re
sort to "mob rule." He insists that
tho laws shall bo respected by both
TRIAL UNDER WAY
l'OHTLANl). Nov. 23. Walter M.
Mnrkillie, n Portland real ettuto mini
nml one of the original promoters 01
the Oregon Inland Development eom
iiiiny, was the first wit nets tor the
government today in the ease ngiiinst
Frank llichet and J. T. Conwny,
charged with using the mails for
fraudulent ptirpotes. They nru al
leged to have sold thousands of acres
of barren, arid nml mountainous
laud under the representation that
it was highly productive.
Mnrkilhe s testimony followed a
lengthy opening statement bv Attor
ney Charles W. Fuller for tho de
fendants. Mnrkillio testified as to Iho first
contract mado bv llm company with
John Vcnson, owner of the state
school guind sections. The firtt
contract made with Veatou was for
113,000 uores of hind to be p.ud for
ns sold by tho Oregon Inland Devel
opment company nt $U an acre. Con
way came into the company about 00
days after ho did, TMnrkillio said.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 25. Tho
views ot tho minority members of
tho sonato banking and currency com
mittee on the Glass Owens currency
measuro were presented to tho sen
ate today by Seuator Hitchcock ot
Nebraska. Majority leadors this af
ternoon arranged for a democratic.
Itnlti tonight nml AVcthic.v
day Max. (l(i Mill, Ml.
NO. 21 1
EL PASO, Tex.. Nov. 25. Mexi
co's biggest battle slnco 184S wiu
raging 25 mites south ot hero today.
With a force ot 7500 men, Genoral
Villa, tho rebel chieftain, was forcing
9500 federals slowly backward along
a line 20 mites long, extending from
Oauchc, to the southwest of El Paso,
in a broad curve through Tlcrra
Illanca, almost dlroctly to the sonth,
as far as Karagoza, to tho southwest.
Though they wero falling back, tho
federals wero desperately contesting
every Inch of ground they lost.
I General Itodrlgucz, commanding
the right wing of General Villa's
Mexican rebel army, who was wound
ed at Daucho, nrrlved In Juarez this'
afternoon for treatment.
1 Ho said General Sulazar was killed
just before rc-lnforcomcnts reached
his division at aragoza and that tho
for co undor him was practically
wiped out, only a tew escaping un
der cover ot the federal artillery,
which In turn was. annihilated by tho
General Porflrlo Talamantcs, Vil
la's second lu command, was killed
1 during the forenoon's fighting south
'of Tlcrra Olanca. lll body wns
brought to Juarez and burled with
ARREST OF ZELAYA
NEW YOHK. Xov. 23.-Kopresen-tutivos
of the state department today
watched all outgoing trains nml
btmunern hete nml searched local ho
tels for Joo Santos Kclnyn, fonnor
provident of Nicaragua. They were
expected to servo ti warrant issued
nt tlio rcquoxt of officials of Nica
ragua. Zelaya is wanted in Ntyu
riigmi, it wax said, on the charge of
murdering two Americans named
Cannon nnd (I race. . ,
A dixpatcli from Washington stat
ed Xicurngun hud demanded Zcluyu's
I'AHIS, Nuv. 23. JiuiH's Huzon
Hyde, former president of tho Equit
able Life Assurance society, wiih
married hero today to Couutetd
Louixo do (lontaut-Ilirou, a daughter
of John 0. A. Letshniaiin, foVmer
J American ambassador to Oarmuny.
jUuly relatives ami u lew nuimiito
I friends wore present. Tlio civil cere
mony ws held in the town, hall. Tim jt
Kev. Watson ot tlio Holy Trinity .
American church performed the re
ligious ceremeny: American Ambaii-
.sudor Hoi rick ncU'd 11. bct mnn for 1
Hyde. , . , .