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Dlctntcr Cuntrnllcil Press Prints
Wild Stoilcj of Ulnck-Whlto Revo
lution In United Stales Relicts
Harass Federal Forces.
Wnshlnuton Looks For Final Clash
With Mexican Factions Within n
Month Tyrant Uses the Press.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 28. It wiu
i-iiiiiommI In Mexico City offlrlnl cir
cle (it ii)' tlint all Mexican-American
difficulties moid within 48 hours of
Itlittllltllllllt,
Mitvlcnn Foreign Militated Molioun
illil, In (ml, bmvo (or Vent Crux
Home thought In see American Hints
Miry Mint llli ' tic" l lo-opetilug
ncwitliilloim.
Tim Washington administration
looked (or t In final ehmh between
Priwldoil lluorta mid tlm rubeln
within ii month, mill tliu mnrncrji of
tint rrUln canned anxiety concerning
foiclgtinrii In Moxlco City.
Iliiertn-roiilrollcil newspapers In
Mexico City deflnred n mighty rnro
wnr wm rnglug In tliu United Ktntun
leaving President Wilson mtil Hcqro
lnry llrynn, "1111 time lo bother with
Minimi "
Oniitirnt Vllln mill lil rlnIn were
moving from Juitrox towiinl Chilian
bun Oily mul It was thought limy
nilKtit lio fighting fedoritU again tliU
nftornoon or toiuoriow,
.South of Hnlllllo, n battle was In
progress between 1000 rebels nnl
"un federal.
Iteliol were reported lo linvo rap
tured Mnmllnu mul (cdcrnU to Imvii
ri'-enplurcd Vlrlarln lint neither re
lori Him confirmed.
IIuIhiU ambushed mul (irod on n
pmucngor train Junt outside Mexico
City nn II wny lo Vera Criu but woro
hentoii off.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20.- Jiml
how dcupcrntnly Provisional Provi
dent Huertn U fighting to prevent
Dm itlMolullon of IiIh regime wns In
dicate,) In njiorlnl dupntchoH received
In ro today. These said ttutt tho
newspaper controlloil by Huortn In
Mexico City woro printing storlm
Unit n ruvoliillon Ik In progress In
America between tho white mul blnck
rnro.
"Tho rnro wnr Ik spreading rnpldiy
In Indiana, Colorado ami Texas,"
nit lil oiio of tho newspapers. "Presi
dent Wilson mul Secretary llrynn
linvo nn lima now to bothor about
Mexico."
P
JAIL AS VAGRANT
Hi:ATTI,i:, Nov. 20. K, It. BiiKor,
ii woll luillt mul clemi (oakliiK young
iiiiiii who nays ho Is n personal (rlutul
of Col. Tln'o. HnoHovolt, wiih son
tuiii'iiil loilny by Judgo ltonnlil In tho
superior court, to hIx montliH In tho
county Jail (or pusslng it wnrthloa
clicck (or n nmnll denomination.
Hngnr lolil tho court Hint ho hail boon
In tho army seven yearn, taught mili
tary tactics lo tho ChlnuHO, (oiikIiI
iiiulor .Mmlorn In Moxlco mul waH for
uiorly hih'cIiiI iigout In tho ilopurt
iiiniit of Jmitlco.
SAIiKM", Ort' Nov. 'Jl. -Cliiir;ml
with iihIii Ma ot'fioi) to iiilviiur-o hib
jmrrioiinl iiiliiioHls iiml Unit bin no
tioiiH linvo licon Hiii'h Hint Urn four
iilliiu officoiK of tlm hIiiId libit iiml
imiiiiihri!nii roftiso Id hoivo with
him, JI. J. Kliinoy h hoiiif? b'ivou u
licnriiiK hoforo OoM'tuor Wust loilny.
Till) llisfiPIIHillllH llllVO lll'l'll Ill'UW-
iliK In tliu I'liuiuilHHioii rot- lUOIllllH
iiml oulininiilcil Nov. 1-, in Ih" th'"
four nionii'hhi' of tho coiimilBslnn
liiiulcriiu' Ihnir icHlKiiulioim to tho
govuiiior, . .
A ON LAS
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MA N H
TEDDYS
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FISH WARDEN TELLS
GOVERNOR
WOES
ARMY WINS 22-9
FROM NAVY IN
SPORT CLASSIC
President Wilson, Diplomats, Service
Olijitatarlcs, ami Brilliant Crowd
Witness Ovcrwhclinlnii Defeat nt
Polo Grounds.
Result Dljiucst Surprise Football
Season Balm Brown's Toe Saves
Annapolis From Shut-Out.
I'OI.O OHOIJNDS, Now York. Nov.
29, HprliiKhiK tho blKKi'Nt Hiirprlt
of tho (oothnll )mr, tho Army olovcn
from Wont I'olut ilofoutvil tho nnvnl
ncmlomy tunm, 22 to 0, huro thin nf
tcrnooii In n Kfiino which hid thrll
Hiik from Hlurt to (IiiIbIi.
Tint Imltln wnii wltncBt'il by tliu
uiont brllllnut crowil oor kiKIktciI
nl n MporlliiK mrnt In Now York.
I'ri'ilitunt WIIkou, rIUIiik In tho Army
utaiiilM ilurliiK tho flrnt part of tho
Rituio, hiiw jho army jimiIu buttixt
about tlio fli'bl In rulhloiu (akIiIoi,
but, vIdwIuk tliu w linl-up (rout tho
nnvy wianilH, wlnro ho wont ilurltiK
tho IntormUilon between tho second
mul third purlodii, ho haw tliu imiuo
miliiml pot ltd working; pnrtn In ordor
mid liiimiuor out it victory.
Only Iho ton of llnlio Drown, tlm
iinv)'n Klmit r.unrd, nnvnd tho mid
iIIoh (mm n dotcnt In which thoy
would not oven httvo ncorod n iolnt.
Ho put oor tbri'o conln from plnco
mi'iit ono In each of tho first throo
porlodH,
Tho nrmy iirnrm! I In flrnt polntiTlu
tho ncroud period on n (lolil Koitl by
Coodwlu. Then rmno n touchdown,
(ollowlni; by a beautiful forward pan
by Murrllnt.
n tho third period Jnuott ncored
tho nriuy'n nocoud touchdowu mid
McKwmt kicked Koal. Another for
ward jmn of 20 ynrdH In tho (inn)
iniirtor Kavo (tin nrmy Un final icorc.
An noon nn tho whUtlo blow nn
uouurliiK tliu end of tho name, pando-
nioultitii broko loono. Tho Wont
Point ciulota poured upon tho fluid
oor Hoatg mid throiiRh boxm drlv-
ItiK tho occupmiU of tho proim Htnnd
to covor. Then they executed n wnr
dance, nfterwnrd forming a ilnclu
lino completvly iirouud tliu Krldlron.
Tho nrmy rolorH nlood In tho jnld
din of tho (lolil. With it null tho
exultant rAdolH chnrKcd and mnHscd
about their banner. Tho colom
noro then tied to tho topmost point
ii ( tho Koal pontH.
SUFFS FRIGHTEN
LONDON', Nov. 121). Seotiunil
Vnnl wiih in n u'cutiino nuiiio loilny
over n rumor Hint Iho militant Mil'
friiKt'ttiM linvo ileeitli'il on u oeries
of homo now form of ileuioiislriiliou
even moio Ni'iihiitioiiul limn iiiiylliiui;
in tho juiHt.
TIiihikIi Iho roporln were vnnue, so
fur- iih tho imhlio wiih eont'crnoil, it
wus tliu (eueiiil impri'fhiou that Iho
polieo Iiml lieeu (,-ien n pretty ilefi
uilo iiiliiuutioii iih In wliut tho mill
liinls liitvn in iniiiil for Ihey beemeil
ileciilcilly more wnriied Hum u lueio
Kmienil thieul wouhl linvo win
ruiiteil. MILLIONAIRE AND FAIR
LADY ROBBED BY THUG
NKW YOIUC, Nov. -Jl). Autoim..
Iilinu; in l'dllinm l'urkwny, ConieliiiH
DorenuiH, millionniro presiileul of tho
(luiiumilii I -if n liiHiutiueo coiniipny,
n .youiiK womiiii oouipnuioii mul the
chmiffour woio liehl up by three
ImtiilitH enily toilijy mul lohheil of
iiionoy mul jewelry worth 2,1)0(1.
County Jail Blind Pig.
ANNIRTON, Lit., Nov. 121).
Opoi'ko lliinis, ju'jjro janitor of Iho
Cullioim eoiint'.y court house, wiih
fini'il .f 100 today for ruiiuinc; u hliiul
H in Iho county juil luiReuieiit, In
which ho luul the Koyd.
SCOTLAND
MMDKOKM
THOUSANDS OF WORKMEN ENGAGED IN CONSTRUCTING HUGE EXHIBIT PALACES
ON THE SHORES OF SAN FRANCISCO BAY FOR MARVELOUS EXPOSITION IN 1915
ji eitZr fpyV . WBW -"rSr Ft m wyiHHtlHIIBIBIBilBIIIIB?Km"faWWIPi'f
ORCHARD
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DENOUNCED
VINCENT
SAI.KM, Ore., Nov. 'JO.-Denniine.
iuc tho iiIIckciI uiisrcprcxciittitious of
the IJooil Kiver Orchard rouipmiv
whicli Ims about 'J600 ncres of land
nt Orllcy, in Wnnco county, of which
700 norcs nro net out to IruM, for-
orntioii Innpcolor S. II. Vincent
nuiiio un unfnvoniblo report on the
ooiupnny'n opoTiitioni to V irpnr..
lion CoinmNhioner Wntson todny.
t'oinmishioiier Wnlhon thereupon re
fiiM'il to urnut the rompuiiv n p.
mit to hcII stock in tho Mute.
".My itivoftiKntion of Hie properly
wns it treat ilisnppointineiit to me
nfer renilini; Home of Iho poiiiiiiii)'m
nilverlisinir," hind Vincent's reHirl
in pai.
NAVAJOS QUE
BACK TO TEPEES
AFTER POWWOW
FAIIMINOTON, X. jr., No. 20.
After two weeks of wnr iluiieini; mul
ineilieiiio nmUintr on Heniitifiit Mouii
tuiu, tho hostile Nuvnjos, who linvo
been terroririuir tho Shiproek nsciiey
houthwest of Iicrc, wore Ronttorinc
peneofully to their lepees todnv mid
nil ilmiKor of trouble hceiueil over,
(leiierul Seotl, who viailed Hie
iiionoy with severnl troops of Uuiteil
Sliiten euveliv to he used ill enso Iho
iciIh proved iiitruelnhle, wrought (lie
mlrnolo iluriiiir n lontf powwow with
tho chiefH yohterilny.
Ho xisitcil tlo eiiemiipiuent iiloue,
mul whut lio biiiil wns not known
hero toil ii v It wus ho effective,
liowever, thnt the ludiuiis siinemlcr
eil tho iMjjht outlnwH, to pi event
whoso nrrcht they look tho wnr trnil,
buried Iho liutehet mul promptly
broko up tho eiiciimpiueiit.
despee1attle -
2C
LAUl'.DO, Tex., Nov. 20. -One
thoiiHiiuil Jtoxiemi rehelH mul 700
feilernln nro onj;nj;eil in n ilusporuto
Imttlo fionlli of Sultillo, neeonlini; to
mlvipps received hero thi.s nftornoon,
Tho feilerul urlillcrv, it was nnid, en
nhlctl tho pivcriimiMit troops to nmin.
tin n their- position hut tho rebel
foivea wore holding their own mul
uwuitini; leini'orc'cuu'iitti.
OUIWON, KATlRDAY, NOVBMHKIt 20, 1913.
I
.19!
WIIKATON, Ills., Not. 20. -Henry
Sponecr, convicted here recently of
tho murder of Mrglildrcil Allison
Kevroat, wns sentenced loduy by
JiuIko Klusser to Juinii December 10.
When Spencer wiih nsked by .Imltre
SlusKcr if he hud un tiling to say,
tho murderer miswuriil:
"Yon bet I have. I have n whole,
tot to say mul I'm punt; to say it."
Spencer then rumbled on ineoher-
cnllv for nenrly nu hour. He recited
tho utory of his enrlv life in ChiciiR-.
his nsDoointiou with criminals mid
filially his meeting with .Mrs. Hex-
rout.
Tho defense's motion for n retrial
wns overruled.
INJURES THIRTY!
OUAND KAI'IDS. Mich , Nov. 29.
During n (Iro in tho business sec
tion today, dynitmlto, gunpowder nml
gnsollnu In tho bmoinont ot tho burn
ing building exploded, Injuring about
30 spectators mid 12 dromon and
wrecking tho building from rooms In
tho upper floors of which 40 porsona
had Just escaped.
EYWASHI
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2D. Secre
tary of tliu Interior I,nno announced
hero today Hint mi ngreomcut had
been entered Into between tho gov-
oruuint mid Hi stat of Washington by
which each is to pay $10,000 (or a
survey to dotcrmlua tho feasibility
of diverting water (rout tho Pnlouso
river to Irrlgato Franklin county
lands.
y. M. A. Hoys' Conference
SAGINAW, Mich., Nov. 2 S Near
ly ono thoiumiid boys representing
tbo G00 boys' organizations in Mich
igan nro In attendance, nt tho Y. M.
C. A. Hoys' conroronco which oponed
hero todny (or a session extending
ovor throo days.
LOS ANOKLKS. Nov. 2S. Tlio
American Historical Association of
tho l'acKlo Coast oponud Us eleventh
annua! convention iierortodtiy with u
largo attendance ot momliers mul
with mi excellent program for tbo
two days of tho meeting.
SPENCER
ALKS
m
HAN
DE
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POWDER
N N
A
ND
A corner of Machinery Hall; Cnpt. A
ten: Harris U. II. Connlek. Direct
Chief of Department of Msnufact
CRAIG DEFENSE
SPIRIT QUERIES
PUZZLE JURORS
8HKI.UYVILLK, Ind.. Nov. 25.
Spcctatora at tho trial of Dr. Cralij,
tho Indianapolis veterinary surgeon,
on trial charged with' murdering Dr.
Helen Knabo at tho Indiana capital
about two )cars ago, were punlcd to
day nt tho defense's persistent ques
tioning ot candidates for juror duty
as to whether they would attach
weight to evidenco from "spiritualis
tic sources."
There was much speculation con
cerning tho character of testimony
tho interrogatory (orccastcd.
Court adjourned until Monday
with tho Jury box still but partially
filled.
E
UKIAH, Cal., Nov. 29. Of three
murderous lunatics who csonpei
from tho violent wnnl of the state
asylum here lust night, one had been
onpturcu today. The other two were
still nt hiro, with jio-.es searching
tho hills for them. The entire lo
cality wns in a pnnic.
The thrco madmen attacked their
two guards so suddenly lat night
Hint they overpowered them, beat
them so badly that it was believed
today they wouhl die nml fled to
gether. TO
, INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 20. With tho
teamsters scheduled to voto Monday
'ou tho question of n walkout, tho
now city administration prepared to-
jday to hnndlo tbo strike, and started
by forbidding cabs to congregato In
tho down-town streets.
( Tho teamsters wero scheduled to
Hold n monster mnss mooting tomor
row. Two hundred doputy policemen
wero sworn in, anticipating riotous
times,
E ACTOR HELD
ON GIRL'S CHARGE
I.OS ANGKLKS, Nov. 20. -Jimies
Youngdeer, Indian motion picture
actor anil producer, wus held todny
by Judge Tuft for tiinl on u ehnrgo
of contributing to tho ilelimpieiiey
of Jlurio Wilkerson, 17 yearn of age.
Tho giil alleges that Youugdeer lured
her to his privnto offieo uud thorn
assaulted her. Youugdeer furnished
$1,500 biiih
Plnkham, Hawaii Governor.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 29. Tho
sennto today, hy n voto of 20 to 24,
confirmed L. K. l'inkhiim's nomina
tion as governor of Hivwnii.
MURDER
MANACS
E
ASYLUM
INDIANAPOLIS
CURB
STRKERS
C linker. Director of Kxhlliln. at
or of Works, and Charles II. Creea,
urea, at bottom.
E
CALUMCT, Mich., Nov. 20. Tho
end of the Michigan copper strlko
was forecasted here this afternoon.
A Joint statement was Issued at
noon by tho operators offering to
concede all but two of the demands
mado by tho strikers. Tho conces
sions Includo an eight hour day and
a minimum wago of 13 dally for all
underground employes.
Tbo operators, however, flatly re
fused to recognize tho union or
abolish one-man drilling machines.
They agreed to set asldo an afternoon
of each week to hear grievances and
also promised to not discriminate
against union men.
It was predicted that oflclala ot
"the American Federation of Labor
would ratify tho plans.
;U.P.
NKW YOltIC, Nov. 29. No change
oi imiwrinnce jrom yoieriiny's clos
ing wus registered when the stock
market opened todny. Fluctuations
vvero unusually narrow. Copper
stocks were firm. Union Pacific,
which declined U-8, registered the
widest movement mining tho leaders.
In tho nftornoon Goodrich prefer
red broks 4 ixiints to 7-1 1-2. In the
nctivo Seeiiilties declines ran from
1 to f points. Hoiuls were ensy. The
market clo-cd firm.
TIUNIDAI), t'olo., Nov. 20. Tho
military commission convened here
todny to try nil enses growing out
of tho Colorado coal strikes. Mnjoi
K. J. Houghton, noting ns judge ad
vocate, is directing its proges. He
is noting both os proscuuior ami
defender.
The conimisMoii is sitting in full
uniform, wearing side urius uud till
other iuiguu of rank. Thin is tho
lirst time in Colorado' history Hint
a military tribunal has superseded
the civil cotitK
SUSTAINED FLIGHT
PARIS, Nov. 29. Aviator Holon.
liionoiilaulng to beat Fournoy's record
ot 5993 miles Inside ot 30 days, was
certain of victory today unloss ho
should linvo an accident. Ho bad
actually flown 3S days, totaling 12,-
1S9 miles but a technical error robboi
htm of liluo days of this flight. Ho
expected to avorago 333 mllos dally,
His (light Is not straight, but ovor a.
metisurod course.
MET
COPPER
STRIK
TROUBLE
m
FINISH
FIRM
DELN
MLARY
N
POMPTRIESSTRI KERS
NO. 214
WEST SCALDS
BOWLBY-TOU
VELLE FOES
Governor at Pacific Hlpjiway Cere
mony Voices Determination to
Prosecute Alleged Dcspollcrs of
Public Official Records.
Gives Straliht From Shoulder Sam
Hill Turns First Shovelful of Dirt
In Road Over Slskiyous.
In tho presence of over 100 promi
nent citizens of Jnckson county, nnd
with the Governor, Oswald West,
gracing the occasion with his pres
ence nnd enthusiastm support, the
ceremony of "turning tho first shov
elful of earth" to murk tho com
mencement of ncliinl work on Ore
gon's first section of the Pacific
Highway, was conducted under most
auspicious circumstances Fridny nf
ternoon, nt the foot of tho now Siski
you grade. To Mr. Samuel Hill, of
Maryhil), Wash., was accorded tho
honors of the dny in recognition ot
his yenrs of energetic efforts in be
half of good roods nnd tho example
ho has set in building the miles of
model paved highwnys traversing hia
7000-nero cstnto outlookiiig the Col
umbia river nt Muryhill.
Tho nffnir wns arranged hy tho
county court nnd to their efforts and
those of Hcnj. C. Sheldon, to whom
they turned ovcMhc tnsk of "com
mittee in charge,' n most successful
occasion must ho credited. .,
West Speaks 3!lntl
The sensation of the day was Gov
ernor West's reference to the attempt
of certain disgruntled contractors to
"get" State Highway Commissioner
IlowJby nnd Countr Judge Tov Velle
by ranking it nppenr through fnlso
entries on their books Hint Judge Tot
Velio had used his position to secure
automobile tires for his own use nt
greatly reduced prices. "Wo know
nt Snlcm of these dastardly attempts
ngainst tho reputation of your pub
lic officinls before wo heard of them
from Jackson county," dcclnrcd Gov
ernor West, in his speech, "nud 1
want to say now nnd hero that I ,
shall make it my business to sco
that this affair shall he brought ho
foro tho proper authorities for rigid
Investigation. Wo have known ot
tho nttitudc of these crooks for ovui
n year. As soon ns it wsn known
that Oregon wns to have n stato
highway commissioner, thoy tried iu
dictate bis apioiiitnient, nud thoy
'nt just tho man thov did not want.
Then thev tried to "get to him." It
didn't tuko them long to learn that
was it vain effort. And now they
nro trying to "get him," nnd the
county officials when they find thcui
determined that the peonle shall get
u dollar's value in publio work for
every dollar spent. It won't work.
Kvory honest contractor should ho
encouraged to bid on this publio
work, but we don't vvimt those crook
ed contractors to havo any connec
tion with this work unless it is us
laborers in some of our rond build
ing convict camps."
Gov. West, Mr. Hill and n party of
representative Mcdford eitir.ens as
sembled at tho Mcdford Hotel mid
vvero taken to Ashland in iiutos,
whero a splendid informal luncheon
was served by tho commercial club
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VILLA TROOPS ON
WAY TO TAMPiCO
EL PASO. Toxaa. Nov. 29, Al
though purt of General Villa's mea
wero on their way toward Chlbunhim
City and It seomod certain that tho
rest ot his command would bo off bo-
foro night, thoro was every Judica
tion that their progress to tbo south
ward, would bo slow.
Tho federals woro occupied with
tearing up railroad tracks lu order to
provont pursuit. Iu noma pieces tha
rails woro up tor stretches of nearly
,n mile and many ot tho ties wero
burned, so that a great deal of re
construction will havo to be donebe
fore Villa's troops can get over tho
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