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MNDKOIW OUKflON, KM DAY, NOVUM HIM 28, 11)13.
STATE HEAD AT
Snm Hill, Father of Good Roads
Movement, Turns First Shovelful
of Earth in Road Over Siskiyou
Governor West, County Officials nnd
100 Prominent Citizens Present
Hill Pays Tribute.
In llit presence of Governor West
iiihI llm Ntiiln highway ciiiiitniHHioii
Mint a hundred prominent ellli'MK or
,liicl,ou enmity, tlin first Hlnfl('u1
of earth in tin' oniHtruetlnn of t lt
I'Huifiit Itiifhtvnv in Oregon wii
tllllU'd HllM nflcriUHIII IIV MUIIIU'I
Hill, fiilhor of tho good road move
iio'iit in tin iinrlhwot. Tin- in
marked the bet-inning f w'rk on tin
$1117.000 grading contract !! Iukl
witIc for tin new roHil iimt iho Sin
.knoii iihiiiiiIhuw, ii IukIiwiiv twentx
fur lVl in width ili xlv per crn'
mioiinum credo, tliHt will In' linn'
surfaced sixteen fcot in width. Tin
urwv traverse the k lim of tin
Sikivmm mid llu huthwnv will If
iiih' of the scenic hnuIowtnU of tin1
'Ore!," tmid Xrr. Hill, "In in lh-
lll HllHK of II IIV Of tilt Ktll ( fol
ituid rond ooimlruiiiiui. Oregon be
gin where tin' other stale lin lofl
off. mid Iimh ln advantage of a''
llioir experieucf. Tudnv mark tic
beginning of poniiMitout likfhwnv con.
si million In tit hIhIi'. .Incuson
roiinlv point" lli w-iv '! Iwid Or
iiioii mill il cxnuiplc will lie nHillv
r.dlowwl by ulU't
Short fcpooehiw wore made lv Gov
ernor We I. iho onuiil court mid
ri'iirovi'iilntivOH of Iho vnrioiiM rum
lueioinl elub. Preceding III" core--iiiony.
mi elaborate luncheon wn
nerved hv I In A "hliiiiil Ciunmoroiul
rliili nl tin Holid Oregon.
Superintendent I.iiwkoii of tin
xliilii penitentiary U iri'inrintr t'
liitli-li a iHnri' convict stookiido aim
camp to work luiiMHH'r on mi ex
tensive rock out. Tin' I'liinu will In'
lnliilmtl after tin fitt of tin'
i-iir nnd in not nn ''honor" enmi
TIiIh Mirliiin of work w'iim not iiirlnd
rit in tin' Ixcnunll fi .McDowell eon
tnii't. Mi'oNrn. Hill mid llowlliv nrriwd
mi lln SIiuhIu Limited l'riilnv llinill
int.. Governor V"t, SriTctiirv of
Slntn Oli'olt mid Siipcrinli'iidi'ir
I.imvhoii en mi' on tin' ineriiini: tniin
At 11 oVloi'k. iici'oiiiimiiii'd liv hoiiii'
ttiirlv Mt'dfnrd ritiri'im. tin iilor
wi'in tnkoii to AnIiIiiiiiI, nnd nftor
luiu'lii'on to wIuto work lirpnn on
tin' now' lino.
WASIIINflTO.V, N'ov. 'JH. Tim
rniifiicy cmu'iiH irori".ci'd rapidly
lodiiy. II wiirt (lxpci'li'd tlinl tin'
fiiiii'im hill would lin I'umph'tt'd liy
toinoirow nluht mid I In' ili'lmto on
tho nu'iisiiri) mIiii I Mondiiy.
It wiih hi'liiivi'd horo Hint ovt-ry
di'iiiocnillo jiii'iiiIiit of tho Hi'iiiiln i'.
ccpt Si'iinlor llili'lii'iick of NrhnihM.
would Hiippnit tho I'lmium hill to
finiil pnPHiiKi', nltlmuKh Mwriil olhi'i'
dt'iiionrulH limy Hiippnit lh ri-puhll-cniiri
on iHiilniii mni'iuhiii'iitH. Tu
Hdiitinicivt of tlio ciiumiH, il wim do
iduri'd lo'hiy, in ovciwlu'lmiiiKl.v
UKiilnst providiiiK moio thnil twolvi'
1 1'iomil liiinkH,
FLIGHT MEETS DEATH
PARIS, Nov. 128. Word Hint Avi
ator D'Ari'ourt, who wiih IryinK to
liy I'voin hum to Cairo, had luiulih'd
illi liin auroplano mid a pmtHanRor
into tho TaiiriiH inoiiutuiiis mid Hint
D'Aivoiirt mid liin pompaiiion wiro
iiiihuri, hut that tho liuudiiuo wiih
wrwiki'd, conipolliiiK tlio ulmiidoii
liicnt (if tli" nilil, wild mi't'ived horn
'LEADS NOT GUILTY
TO ErORTION CHARGE
Kmti'II I I'owIit, of K'llik'Hton, S, Y.,
npiH-iiiri) in court to pli'iut nut Knllty
to lliu Imllctiiu'iit rli.irK'iik' cxturtlou,
fnuiiil iiKiiliint lilin la foiiiifi'lliiti with
tlio colUi'ilnii of i'inniiili:n fumlx from
ii Htnlc IiIuIiwiijh cniitriictnr fur tlio
ilotiiocriitlc uiiiniik'iTH In 11M1. Mr, 1'iiW'
linllil imt nffiT tonlil DMrlct Atlnnipjr
Willi lu.iii In lilt luiMtiK.'itliii of nlli-Kttl
'i irtltii; of miimI fiiiiih from con
tni tnr Hi' m.iuY im mutrtiK'Ut to nti)
hi. ! lint nliiwiii'il in urn-Hi
CALLS HANGING OF
N'lAV YORK". Xov. 2.S. "It would
ho a lot urn to InitluiriMii to Iihiik
lliin Wnki'lii'ld," oiiul .Mrn. .Imni'
lmllnw, noi'ii'tv IomiIit, philMtilhro-
pi"t HUil i'liininnIoxil, rniuiuruiinjr
IihIhv on tjic rum; of tlio W miillli mi.
dor imttJo of donjli ia puuieutliiiit
for tho inirViltT of Imr ITuiliiiiid.
"Hlhultmlitik' "I'lilimrntiiliMii mid
mnwkiiliiu'NM." lm roiitinuoil, "it
would ho n dotrimi'iit to tho puhho
to Iiiimi Coiiiu'olnmt iuiht oil tho
Inw of mi nyti for mi 0)0 uinl a tooth
for n tooth.
"l-'nillmnnoro, tho roturn to hnr
ImriNtn wouhl In jn-t iim utroi'ioim if
the ."tn to hhoiihl hunt; Jmnos Plow,
hor nlh'Kril iiooomplioo, I ilo not
holicvo thorn rdmuM ho miy difforoiiro
hrtwoi'ii tho puni"luiiont incliil out to
Plow- and to Mm. YiiUrild.
"llocaiiKo llonxio Wiikofiold i a
woman mnkc no difforouoo. W'otu.
en should ho iih'u'h oipuit in nil Ihincs
iiiulor tho law.
"I ouluro to nsHort Hint n pnn
rciisiiM of tho nation would ho found
ovcrwhi'liuiuKlv in favor of nhnlixh
inu cnpitul punisluiirnt. It him no
hocu atiolihlii'il piiivly on nrcnimt of
FRISCO PLANS WAR
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. L'S.-Kv-lonniuiitiou
of incdieitl ipinckn i
plnnui'd horo today liy tho htato
lioard of moilii'iil oMituinoiH, whit',
hns hIiiiIoiI arrauuinu: a iiuihh of cvi
iloiico to ho prchcutcd to tho grand
jury horo next week. Tho oruciulo
Ik in charKo of Dr. Charles It, lltuup.
M'crcliiry of tlio hoard, mid Lou's II.
Two nrrcNtri rosiillod today from
(ho honrd'H activities. S. L. Ilik'
k!iih wiih arrested on tlio cliarco of
having miiHiiuoradod as Dr. M, S.
Clii'iiowitli, mid W. S. Card was
taken into iiuMody on a chnrgo of
offering A. G, MoDomioll, iuvesli
Kiitor for tlio hoard, a $-" moutlilv
hiiho for proloolioii,
WASHINCITON, Nov. 'J8. Sounto
I end els declared Huh afternoon Hint
uiiIohh tlio ROiiatn koph into oxooutlvo
HOHhion liofom .Monday, !lfl() of ProH
ideal Wilxou'ri liouiiuriiiium will fail
of confirmation with tlio oIoho of llio
o.tra HOHHiou. Tho iiomiuntiou of
Honry M. Pindell of Peoria, 111., to
Im aiuhahsador to Riihhia id iuuludod
in Huh number, '
Salem Saloon Interests Brouuht Suit
Decision Statewide In Scope Su
preme Court Sustains Ruling
Affects Eayle Point.
Interpretation Based on Law That
Local Option Can Only Be Voted
Upon at General Election.
KAI.KM. Or.. Nov. t!B. Kery l-
rnl option election held in tho Milli
on KoM'inhor -I, I'.vociit in towim in
uliu-li Hull itnlit u'im (In? ilnv of II
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J ri'Kular oily olootinn, in void, ac-
I ooidiuc to a dncUinn rcmlcrcil to
day, .lttdjo William dalloway of tho
I Marion I'oiititv circuit court in IJic
Hiiit hroucht hv John Ktillmau, ri-
rvontitiK tho Milium intcruM of Sa-
li'iii, to lohtrain tlio ooiiuty court
I from iHMitinir mi order ilccliirinir Sa
i loin tit ho dry tcrritorv an tho roNiill
of tho oli'cliou liolil on Hint unto.
Judijo (tallowny hawed liin ivv
ion on an interpretation of tho law
that a local option olootinn oiiuuut
ho hold oscopt at tlio timo of a koii
oral Mtalo olootinn or a (jonoral city
olootinn, if hih'Ii election eomo on
the fir.t TiiomIiiv after the firht Mon
dnv in Novomhor.
.ludjrc (lallowny cave tlio dry elo
meat ton day in which to file nr
answer or tuko mi iipmh from Iiih
Tlio ilco.Wou i Ntatowido in it"
foopo, hconiisp if tho xupniue court
hiihlaiiH JuiIko (lallowny it would
moan that the iutorios of tlio drv
in a half dnimt. ur.,moro cltU will
Tho ileoicion affects llnjjln Point,
in thin county, that went wot lit!
WALL SIREEI STOCKS
Ni:V YORK, Nov. 2S Karly
IriulltiK in stocks wnH light nnd prlco
chniiRtiB IrreKiimr. Aa n wholo rail
road alinroa were fairly atrotiR, but
ludustrlnla worn weak. Union Pa
cific roso 1; Humloy and Amalga
mntod each lout 1, and Mexican Pa
troloum dropped U Later In tho
oalou prlcoa foil hack after tanking
Home hondwny upward, Honda woro
stonily. Tho markot closed dull.
AGAIN BY WOLGAST
Moso Rnrkdiill discovered thin
mnrniiiK that ho had btoppod another
ono of Ad Wolpist, cx-liKhtwoiKht
champion, financial bwiugs. Mo so
hoiiKht a 1111 lluick with ouo of tho
chooks Wol(;ast riivo him ou tho
Heath ranch purohnso. Tho chock
was stopped by Wo)j;ast per cus
tom. ELKS ANNUAL STAG
i PARTY ON iTONIGHT
Tho Klks will hold tholr ntuiual
bIiik party at tholr lodgo rooms this
ovonlni;. A bocIuI timo will ho tho
ordor. Spocchoa by prominent Nlka,
vaiuLnlllo, mualo and Btory tollltiK
will occupy tho tlnio. Itofroahmonta
will ho aorvod. Knch Klk la allowed
to Invito two, uiul a lurgo nttondnnco
Cult Leader Convicted
CHICAGO, Nov. 'J8. Ottoman
Ziir-Admdit-iInniHli, loader of tho
nun worshipper' unit, was convicted
this afternoon by a jury in tho Unit
ed States court of sondiii),' obscene
lileraturo by express. Tho jury was
out two kourt,
E E IS V D
TRINIDAD, Colo., Nov. 2S. Gen
'hn Chaise, commanding tho t
troops In tho Southern Colorado coal
flelda, today appointed a military
court martial, to try atrlku cnsei.
Whether tho tribunal would try
prisoners or only examine witnekies
was not announrod. In cither case,
It waa feared General Chase's action,
by autaKonlxinK the minora, will pre
judice tho attempt, Federal Secretary
of Labor Wilson la making to settle
There wero n number of military
prlionora hero and at Walsenburi; to
day, Including tho men accused of
complicity In tho killing In Trinidad,
of Chief Holchor of tho Corps of Mine
Guarda and four guards at La Veta.
STANDS OFF 100
SALT I.AKK CITY, Ctah, Nov. 128.
Unless they can catch him mdoop,
leadorn of tho 100-odd men who have
Ralph Lopez, alleged quadruple mur
dered, run to earth In the tunnel ot
tho Minnie mine, near Hinlumi, ad
mitted today that all they could do
would bo to starve him out,
Lopez, it was churned, killed a
countryman of his own at Riuuliam,
wiped out a po-.o of three which
was pursuini; him, dodged several
other posses and finally fmiud ref
uo in tho tunnel, where, with a hi;h
power rifle, ample ammunition mid
provisions for toornl days, he re
Volunteers to enter tho tunnel af
ter him wore hard to find.
WESTERN FUEL TO
PRODUCE ITS BOOKS
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. i8. That
tho Western r'uol connuuiy officials
will produce the hooks of tho eon
corn before tlio federal e;rand jury
hero this afternoon was the belief
today of Matt I. Sullivan, Mieciul
United States prosecutor. Intuitu
tions lmvo been niovn, Sullivan as
serted, that them would ho no fur
ther trouble about the books.
If tho books are produced, it is
eeilaiu that tho contempt proceed
ings will bo dropped,
JUST A POLITE INVITATION.
MKXICO CITY, Nov. 2S. Gov
eminent troops were making frantic
efforts today to rescue a prominent
federal army offlcer'a wife, caught
by Zapatista robels south of here and
a victim, according to dozens of In
sulting messagca from her captors, of
lndcscrlbablo exceasea at their hands.
"Wo aro heaping Indignities un,on
her," has been tho aubstanco of tho
messages, and, defiantly, "conio and
General Gamboa. commanding a
federal force, nttacklng a band of the
guerillas 100 miles aputh of tho capl
tnl was reported today to havo been
It was announced by tho govern
ment that American cotton will soon
bo admitted duty free, so that tho
cotton mills may bo kept running.
The supply haa been cut off from tho
Mexican cotton district of Torrcoa,
where tho rebels aro In control.
Tho shortage ot food and fuel waa
becoming alarming and ovon tho
slender supplies ou hand wero bring
ing such prices that only tho rich
could havo firea and tho pour wero
down to u scant ono meal a day. An
actual famine, from which oven tho
rich would Buffer, seemed lmmlncut.
Thoro wero CO cases of typhoid re
ported In tho city and there prob
ably woro many moro of which tho au
thorities did not know.
Tho government got all tho satis
faction it could out of tho news of
tho federal defeat ot 400 rebels In
Tlaxcal. Tho rebels wero said to
hava been driven first out ot San
Darlnn Texolec, followed to San An
dreas Cuampllpa and routed thoro
with a loss of r0 or CO.
NEW YORK", Nov. 28.- Kx-Pre.M-dent
Joo Santos .elaya of Nicaragua
was clmfinj; today in tho Tomb,
whom United States CommUsiouor
Shield committed him without hail
yesterday pending tho outcome of
the extradition proceedings under
which his return to Nicaragua i
sought to answer murder charges.
It waa expected his counsel would
make a hard fight at liU examina
tion Monday to secure li's release,
on the ground that if an offender
at all, his offenses were political and
-X. X. UtrtM.
SHCLHYYILLK. Ind., Nov. 2S,
Tho trial of Dr. Wm. IJ. Craig, head
of tho Indian Veterinary college,
charged with murdering Dr. Helen
Knabe, a well known woman physi
cian in Indianapolis and former state
pathologist, began hero today, 'it
was expected that a jury would bo
empaneled by Monday.
Dr. Knabo, an Austrian by birth,
came to America at tho ago of 20
and had been hero about 25 years
when kilted. SHo was much inter
ested In physical culture and at
tracted much attention for her per
fection of form. She was found
dead In her apartment about two
years ago with her throat cut.
Tho prosecution maintains that
Craig had been engaged to her, that
tho engagement had been broken off
Just before tho murder, and that less
than an hour later Craig waa seen In
Several weird theories havo been
advanced concerning tho character ot
the defense ho would make, but tho
probabilities seemed to bo that ho
would offer evidence to ahow Dr.
Knabo was desperately embarrassed
financially; that slio commlttted sui
cide, and that her friends removed
'all evidences ot tho fact that sho died
by her own hand before notifying tho
Tho caso was brought hero on a
change ot venuo from Indianapolis.
WASHINGTON', Nov. 2S. Illegal
combination of California terminal
railroads to shut tho steamors Yale
and Harvard ot tho Pacific Naviga
tion company out ot San Podro and
San Diego business trom San Fran
cisco In favor of competing- lines, was
allcgod today In n complaint regis
tered with tho Interstate commercq
commission. Tho complaint doolarod
tho Pacific Navigation company main
tained a first-class servlco but that
tho railroads had arrangod to shift
tholr passengors to the Pacific Soast
Steamship company and tho Portland
Steamship company as tho result ot
a ruto agreement.
Filipino Dignitary at Rome
ROMN, Nov. 'J8. Hihhop Denni
Dougherty of tho Pliilipipo Islands
was received in privnto nudieuce
hero today by Pope Pius.
RUSH A M E R I C A N
Mediterranean Fleet Given Orders to
Report at Once East Coast Con
centrate Haval Power at Ports
Great Britain Waives All Rights in
Southern Waters in Favor of the
WASHINGTON, Nov. 28. Tho
navy department today ordered tho
battleships Kanaaa, Connecticut and
Ohio, the Atlantic division, from tho
Mediterranean to Moxlcan waters at
It waa Bald they were going ouly to
relievo tho second division at Vera
Cruz, but this waa said also when tho
third division went, and yet both dl
vlslona stayed. Satisfaction waa ex
preazed In administration circles at
Dngland'a decision to wnlvo Its naval
rights in Mexican waters in favor ot
tho United Stales. It waa also evi
dent that Lord High Chancellor Hal
dano of England bad won official
dom's regard by a speech commend
ing President Wilson's Interpretation
of tho Monroe doctrine.
That England had waived Its
naval rlghta In Mexican waters to tho
United States, as it was announced
had been done, following President
Wllson'a conference with Sir Wm. Ty
rrcL was evidently a causa of much
gratification here, though It was. said
that tho action was in lino with tho
policy tho English gorornment has
been following lately.
AilfiHral Str'airliiophtr CraddScl.
who would command whatover war
ships England might send to tho
Moxlcan east coast, rank Itear-Ad-mlral
Fletcher, speaking internation
ally, nnd but for England's action,
tho situation might havo resulted In
embarrassment and complications.
So far as could bo learned at tho
navy and state departments, no fur
ther news had been recclvod today
concerning tho casa ot J. F. Wood
yard, r., tho American at Vera Cruz,
who went on board tho battleship
Michigan after being warned that tho
Mexican authorities bad Issued a.
warrant for him charging him with
having aided tho escape of Daniel and
Evarlsto Madoro. It was presumed
ho would bo roturned to tho United
States as soon as possible.
NEW YORK, Nov. 28. -Ex-President
Zelavn of Nicaragua, arrested ,
Wednesday night ou an extradition '
warrant charging him with murder
in his native eouutry, today was or
dered released under a haboas cor
pus proceeding begun by his counsel
before Judge Holt in the federal dis
trict court. The writ wus made re
turnable at 2 p. in. Monday, tlio
sumo day sot for Zelaya's hearing
before United Stales Commissionoi
Shields in tho extradition proceed
ings. In tho application for the writ Zo
laya denied that ho was guilty oC
murder or of any extraditable of
AT WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON. Nov. 28. Tho
Whito Houso refused to admit today
that Francis Ji. Suvro and hi bride,
formerly Miss Jessio Wilson, wore
there, Rcnuests for tho uluus of thy
couple, also were ignored. !
Intimnto friends of tlio Wilson,
family, however, said tho couplo
would ncompuny President Wilsmi
to Now York and would sni tumor- '
row for Europe. ' ",' v
White Houso servant wore busy
today packing tlio wedding "gifts.' '
Many wero sent to Willinmst'owu und
others were stored.