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KhIiiMMiccI hi 1878
as Tlio CoiiM Mull
ii 1 iMiiiitiiniraiiiniiffwii
Did Not Sail From Bandon for
San Francisco On Elizabeth
G. A. BENNETT GAVE
HIM MONEY FOR FOOD1
Think He May Be In One of
Camps Near Bandon Or
In- Curry County.
Tii.it tho llond who killed llttlol
Unrbnra lloltzninn. tho Hvo-ydar-old ;
Portland girl Inst week, Ih still In
the neighborhood pf Rnndtm or pos
sibly In Curry county Ih tho firm be
lief expressed licro todny. Tho sus
poct did not got nwny from llnndon
on the Btcnmer Elizabeth nt 1 o'cloclf
Friday morning im was reported by
tho Ilandon nlghtwntch Saturday to
Marshal Carter. Tho San Frnnclsco
ofTlccrs who wero notified to bo on
the lookout for tho Ellznbth yester
day wired hero todny that tho hiib
liect wns not on board.
Marshal Carter took tho mnttor
up with tho Ha n (I on officers ngnltt
today and found that their only ren
foil for believing ho had gone on
the Elizabeth was t lint ho wiih uecu
loitering nround tho wharf it short
time before alio Hailed.
Mnrsh.nl Carter regrets very much
that the Portland police didn't notify
him hv wire of n description of tho
ntpect as ho would then hnvo been
able to hnvo pinked him on tho ar
rival of tho llronkwntor.
If the suspeet did not got out of
Ilandon on n boat, It Is bollovcd that
he Is either working In ouo of tho
ramps around thcro or Is making his
way down tho const. Cnroful search
v. in m prosecuted. Tliero Is now.
over $2,000 reward offorod for his
captnic, Gov. Wont having added
$1,000 to tho amount previously of
fered. Mirny Sow Him.
Tlmt the Individual was hero Is
the firm belief of u dozon qr sp peo
Editor (5. A. Bcnnott stntos that 'j.'nco Mlnlstor l.lnmntour orrlv
the suspect cnin'o,' up to lilm In tho0(, ,,oro thtB mor,1R a grent crowd
News ollleo and heggod n qunrtor to ftWn,tc1l Mm t the railway station
buy Fome ment with. Ho told lilm wU, enthusiastic wolcome. Ho
ho had Just arrived and wns going wont from Ul0 trnj ,flrect to his
.to work In Camp llvo. Ho had n laif mHir,)an horao.
of bread In his hand and asked for
enough to buy somo meat. Ho acted VIOLATE WAR RULES.
strangely and Mr. Dennett, Fred. I ' ,
Hennett and Corn Howron who work .Soft-Nooecl llullels Doing Um-c1 In
In tt-e odlfe noted him closely. Thql Old Mexico.
i'eFf I.ttlfin rf tho Portland criminal ! ( (y ,8Porlnlod Proim to Coos Dn
f" d him ovrietly. Uo spent tho j Times, i
""" ' ' - mont nn.l then went lo EL PASO, Tex.,' Mar. 20. Soft
ie er Soro. ! nosed bullets forbidden. by the rules
Edgtr Mnuzoy Is also conlldont!0f war nro being used by both sides
tVt lo s-rv him hero. Mr. Mnuzo.v tho Mexican campaign:
"s fat If tho mai) ho saw Is tho
"Inilrml. ho spent somo tlmo on tho1 AMERICAN IS SHOT.
Bav n year or more nco
Clms. Powers Is still confident Manager of Miwlrun llnilrli Victim
at the stranger Is tho man wantoil , of Revolutionists,
'n Poit'nnl ns tho description fur- 1Dy Associated Press to Coos Da
n,sM fiom Portland fits him oxact-' tI'"ph '
l.". j EI. PASO, Tex., Mar. 20. News
to Hornld from Torreon Is to, tho of-
OIIDEPS ISSUED TO SPRAY J feet that P. E. O'Drlscoll, nn Amert-
Ahh TREES AND SHRURS can In chargo of tho Hacienda Gul-
chnna, owned by Americans of St.
MEnroitD, Or., Mnr. 20. Formal Louis, was shot four times by revo
notlco has been given by Professor lutlonlsts who attacked tho ranch
P- J. O'Gara, State Pathologist of and demanded money.
Horticulture, to nil orchardlsts In tho O'Drlscoll had no money and was
Rogue River valley and to nil pec- shot. He is now in a hospital.
sons owning city property on which
'rult trees or shrubs grow, that they
must have their fruit trees, vines and
shrubs sprayed with a lime-sulphur
solution. Tho orders are that spray-
lag must be dono before April 7,!
otherwise the Inspectors of orchards
M spray the trees at the owners ex-
Penso or cut them down. Over 30
carloads of spray solution have been
shipped Into Medford within tho last
D. OF II. NOTICE.
Members of Mascot Lodce No. 3.
D of H are requested to meet in
the Odd Fellows hall at 1:15 p. m.,
tomorrow (Tuesdav) to attend Mrs.
"Ws fLera, By order of
MRS. ELIZABETH WHITE, C. of II
f 18 STILL 8
nr mran nrnrl
Dt nun ntnti
IS II DANGER
Sonora Town Reported to Be
Menaced By Large Band
Illy Associated Press to Coos Bay
iir.H.Muniiji.u, ouorn, .Mexico,
m,dl,,shtt SumIlly, Mnr. 10, vltt ,:i
Paso. Runners have brought news
that coven hundred revolutionists
nro within twelvo miles of this town.
Tho municipal palace Is 111 lot! with
people who hnvo been provided with
rifles. The town Is almost unpro
tected by soldiers as 300 men, In
cluding 100 Ynqul Indians, marched
out Saturday afternoon nftor Torres
when thu rovoltcrs wero reported to
hnvo taken tho Prlestas Mines. Tho
rebels are said to :tavo got In be
tween tho soldiers and this town.
m:m:i.s recruits many.
New Film1 Is Mm-clilu;; Along Ilortler
Ily Associated Press to Coon Dn
AGUA PRIETA, Statu of Sonorn.
via Douglas, Arizona, Mnr. 20.
United States soldiers hnvo roportod
liy wlro to Douglas that Gonornl
lllnneo, tho rebel loader, Is mnrchlng
close to tluxJiordor toward J wires
with a recruited army of ubout COO
Ho wnH reported yesterday noon
four miles south of Columbus. Many
rebels nro snld to hnvo Joined him
In his march along thu border.
MMAXTOrit is iiomi:.
G:ut Cioml Wi'lconien Prominent
Mexican On Return.
Associated Press to Coos U
MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Mar. 20.
.Mother "d Sol,K Trel Upon
Single Ticket Over Rullronrt.
MUSKOGEE, Okla., Mar. 20.
Riding on a single railroad ticket
Mrs. Frank Scott of Highland, Kan.,
and her thirteen sons are expected to
arrive In Oklahoma soon. Mrs.
Scott's children are all under 6 years
of age. Tho six oldest are triplet sets
the oldest being 5, the others a
year younger. The next two are
three, the next pair 2, while the three
babies are 2 months old.
All of their names begin with "A"
Remember a TURKISH BATH
will help you. Fbone 2H-J.
MARSHFIELD.OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1911 EVENING
ODKER T. SHI
Noted Colored Educator Badly
Beaten Up By New Yorker
Who Alleges Strange Ac
tions. HOOKER T WASHINGTON
ID itiioociiiteil I'iMHr u. Coos Dny
TlMien 1 I
NEW YORK. N. Y., Mnr. 20.
Albert Ulrlch, a whlto enrpenter,
who wns orrcsted last night for a
felonious assault on Hooker T.
. Wnshlngton, tho negro cducnto.,
I was brought Into court today nud
held on $1,500 ball. Washington
'was unable to appear. Ho Is In a
hospital suffering from numerous
Injuries It Is alleged he received at
the hands of Ulrlch. Ouo ..of tho
wounds In scalp required sixteen
I'lrlch attacked Washington fol
lowing charges of Mrs. Ulrlch that
a negro had nddrcsscd her in tho
hall at their residence. Washing
ton claims he Is thu Innocent victim
of an atrocious assault.
I His statement follows, "I receiv
ed a letter from my secretary say
ing D. C. Smith, auditor of tho Tua
kegeo college, was In Now York
City and desired to sco me. This
(letter said Mr. Smith was stopping
with a cousin, giving tho luttcr'a
name and address. On Sunday I nt-
Steamship Arrives In From San
Tho Redondo nrrlved In this
morning from Snn FrnnclBco with ,
largo passenger list nud n big freight
cargo. She will sail from hero Wed
nesday afternoon at -1:30 for San
Among those arriving on tho Ro
dondo wero tho following:,
'F. A. Lancelot, Jacob M. Illako,
J. I'reuss, C. G. Honry, C. M. Dylor,
Mrs. C M. Dylor, T. W. Drady, MUs
Florence Aiken, G, S. London, E. A.
McGeorge, Mrs. E. A. McOeorgo, Miss
Mabel Lang. I). T. Grlllln, Stolla Cul
bertson, Kato V. Hoard, Harry Law,
Mrs. Hurry Law, ,E1hIq Lowollon, G.
C. Woods, Mrs. G. C. Woods, O. Al
len, Oron Allen, A. M. Ross, A.
Smith. Mnry Smith, D. It. Keller,
Mlfcs Annlo Denn, Geo. Horn, J. Lono,
C. II. Schulzu, Fred Eden, R. Tooy,
Geo. I.. Hamilton, J.' Maildox, II. G.
Saunders, L. Gruerlnger, J. Mlckto,
II. Shotwoll, W. Chase, J. Erlckson,
F. Milton, J Colter. Jns; Herd.
Not Much Credence Given Re
port of Assassination of
Russian In China.
(By Associated Press to Coos Do'
ST. PETERSnURG, Russia, 'Mar.
20. It. Is rumored that M. Korosto-
vetz, the Russian minister to China,
was murdered at Peking. Neither
the Foreign Office nor War Offico Is
able to confirm the report.
t Advices received by tho Associat
ed Press direct from Peking late this
afternoon mentioned the Russian leg
ation In connection with the Russo
Chlnese negotiations, but made no
reference to any untoward event
which might have furnished a basis
for the rumors at St. Petersburg
that the Russian minister to China
was assassinated. ,
"Trr"" "" '
PHONE I, S. KAUFMAN & CO A'qUK
COAL OIUERS-$4.30 TEH TON.
v -- -
IGTH ASWEDldll DECIPRGGITY
tended church services twice. Aft
er speaking in ono church In the
evening, I recalled tho lcttor con
cerning Smith and decided to look
him up. I discovered that 1 had left
the letter at the hotel, but I thought!
I recalled the name ns something
llko Muora and the address being
nn Wnst fiSril ntrit. I
"I went there nud commenced to
look at namo plates on the letter
boxes In the halls hi different houses
expecting to see the namo of Mr.
"It was while I was thus engaged
I was attacked."
Ulrlch In an Interview with law
yers nud others In court todny said,
"about 0 o'clock lost night my wlfo
went for a walk. Wo llvo on tho
lower lloor of a houso nt No. 1111.
West 03rd Street. When she re
turned she said she had seen a negro
In the hall and that ho spoko to her.
Mr. and Mrs. Ravetto and Mrs.
Knowlcs friends of tours, wore In
thu houso nt tho time. I went out
nud saw a man hi tho hall of tho
vestibule door ahead of mo." j
Ulrlch snld ho bhw tho negro re
enter tho hallway litter nud saw him I
bending down peering In tho key
hole. Ulrlch snld tho negro swung
n blow at lilm to tho Jaw when he
asked what ho wanted, and that
whon ho went nftor tho negro, tho
inttcr tell twlco In his effort to
Former President Says Terri
tory Should Have Been
(By Associated Press to Coos no)
PHOENIX, Ariz., Mar. 20. Em
phatic declarations In tho bollof that
Arizona should hnvo rccolvcd state
hood at tho hands of tho lnstt con
gross dospltu tho Inclusion In its pro
posed constitution of tho Initiative
referendum nud rocnll provisions,
marked Roosovolt'fl address today
to nn lmmonso crowd which had
gathorod to hoar tho formor presi
dent. Roosovelt, howovor, declared his
disapproval of tho oxtontlon of tho
recall to tho Judlclnry. Thoro nro
plncos ho said whoro tho onds served
would justify even this mensuro, but
In n gonoral way ho frowned upon
tho recall of Judiciary as tending to
prod u co "timid courts and Judges
who kojit their ears to ground."
i iE DE1N0ED
'Western Cities Attack Freight
, Charges of Many '
i Hy Asspolated Press to Coos Hn
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 20.
Reargument of the Pacific coast cases
Involving a readjustment of tho
111.. --,. nn.l fnnttt t It A
j commodity ruiun iu uuu nu,,, m.
.Pacific coast and affecting to a largo
extent the transcontinental traffic,
j was begun before the Interstate Com-
imerce Commission today.
v Material redaction In rates were
suggested by the commission In Its
of last Jumo, but conditions
(have not been entirely satisfactory
and complaints wero made and a re
argument was granted. The cases
Involve complaints by commerclul
organizations of Washington, Ore
gon. California, and Novada ngalnst
practically all the transcontinental
For BUICK auto service FJipXK
3I-J befpre C, Pt M. qd W-J,a night
A CoiiMilliInt Idii of Times Const Mall
mill Cons liny Aihortlser.
II W Mi
Marshfield High School Stu
dents Spend Night on
The nuuual picnic nud excurilo'i
of tho Mnrshlleld High school stu
dents Saturday to Charleston ended
with nil experience that was not on
tho schedule tho spending of Sat
urday night on tho mud-lints nt Pony
Inlet. Part of thu picnickers had re
turned on the first trip of thu Allco
H, but tho balance wanted to enjoy
nn evening outing also nud remain
ed until about 11 o'clock.
When thu Allco II started back on
tho second trip, a heavy fog had set
In and It was dllllcult to follow the
chnnuel. In tho fog, tho Allco M
turned up Pony Inlet ns tho Hay
channel townrds Marshfluld and thu
error was not discovered until they
had run far up. Tho tldo was. Hood
ing nt tho time and they went high
up on tho mid lints. They wero un
able to get her off hut dually somo
of them waded nshoro through tho
mud nud sent word of their predict
ment. Owing to tho darkness, It
was not dee in ed safo for all to try
to get away on foot una thoy waited
for daylight Sunday.
Tho provisions hnd given out poon
after noon Saturday nud llnnlly Erie
Holt skirmished somu eggs and sup
plies. About 10 o'clock Sunday
morning, nil walked off mid caught
boats from North Hum! for Mnrs'.i
Hold. The Allco II Is high up on tho mud
Hat nud it may bo several days be
fore tho tldo gots high enough to tako
liar off, ,
Among thofio who rotiiruod on tlioj
first trip were Misses Lucynndllnzul
Powers, Inez Johnson, Ruth Ilorton.
Milton Carlson, Hnrtlett Flanufcu.i,
Stanley Meyers, Duncan Forguson.
Prof, and .Mrs. Hewitt, Prof, and Mrs.
Applowhlto, Mrs. Tlodgon, Mlsi
Chose and Miss Woods.
Supt. Tledgen wns onoof tlu
who hnd to spend tho night out on
tho mudflats. Mr. and Mrs. Harzeo.
who llvo nonr Pony Inlot, furnished
food for tho half-fnnilBhed plculcit
ers Sunday niornlng.
CZAR'S CABINET QUITS.
Pi-fiulcr Stolypln mill Other Oilier
(Dy Associated Press to Corm fin
1 ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Mar.
20. Tho cablnot of Promlor StoTv-
pln resigned today.
WITH TEN GRANDSONS IN
TOWN, (ITS HER OWN WOOD
' FOREST GROVE, Or., Mar. 20.
Mrs. Snrah Crowthor of this city cele
brated her 79th birthday on Mnroh
17. She was born nt West Moroliin.l
England, on St. Patrick's day, 1S32.
Sho spent her girlhood thore, and
then camo to America, locating t
New Orleans, where she lived threo
years. Sho then moved to St. Louis
mid cuiuo to Forest Grovo with her
husband and children twonty-ono
years ago. Israel Crowthor, hor hus
band, dlod In this city ton years a?n.
Although Mrs. Crowthor has nearly
reached hor four-scoro mllonoat Pi
life's Journey, she Is strong and rob
UBt and lives alone. Sho splits her
own wood and Is practically self-supporting.
She has eight living chil
dren, two daughters nnd six sons, and
haB ten grandsons living In this city.
BAN ON COFFIN NAILS.
Utuh to Prohibit Sale of Cigarettes
, Or the WnUlim."
(By Associated Press to Coos Bnv
.SALT LAKE, Utah, Mar. 2Q A
bill making It a misdemeanor to col!
cigarettes or cigarette papers passe'
the legislature Friday,
President Returns From Vaca
tion and Discusses Con
WANTS TARIFF TO
GO OVER UNTIL FALL
Confers With Cabinet Officers
Relative to Army and
CALL OUT OUARLV
(Hy Associated Press,)
SPOKANE. Wash., Mnr.
"Order army ovorcontB
Held service Immediately. Llow
ellyn, ndjuntant general."
This telegram was received
by locnl officers of the National
Guards todny, nnd It Is bollovod
It may bo nn advance hint on
mi ordor sending thu Guard to
the Moxlcan border.
By Associated Press to Cooa Bay
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 20.
Returning from n ten days vacation
In tho Bouthwost, President Tnft
reached Washington this morning.
Tho President will tako up at onco
tho preparation of his message to
congress resubmitting tho Canadian
llo expects to confer Immediately
with JoaderH of both pnrtlos regard
ing tho work of this special session,
basing his desire that reciprocity
agreement bo ratified and thu tariff
board bill passed.
This, It la declared Is nil tho Pres
ident wants dono nt tho special ses
sion. Ho preforH congress to dofor
any revision of tho tariff scheduled
until tho regular session In Decem
ber. Tnllc About Mexico.
Tho President had a number of
rnblnot conforonces. Tho first was
with Secretary of War Dickinson who
reported that the army divisions sont
to Toxns and California had demon
strated tliolr ability to bo ready for
nny omorgoncy. At presont thoro Is
no thought or breaking up tho big
camp at San Antonio. Tho socrptary
was In communication with General
Cnrtor on tlmt subject todny. Vari
ous organizations will ho sont on
prnctlco inarches from tlmo to tlmo
nnd for mnnouvors In tho Hold, but
no gonornl forward inovemont will bo
ordered or Is contemplated nt this
Tnft this nfternoou will hnvo n
conference with Senor Do Ln Barra,
thu Moxlcan nmbnssador, at tho lat
Bee Wilson Falls On Mud Un
derneath Car On Smith
noo Wilson, rear brakoman on a
logging train on tho Smlth-Powors
compaio's load on Isthmus Inlot,
had a narrow escape from death to
day. Whllo coming ovor tho trestle,
tho car on which Wilson was riding
Jumped tho track. Ho Jumped off
but struck In tho mud and tho car
camo down on top of him. Ho was
burled In the soft mud which pre
vented him being crushed to death
by tho car. When tho train crow
reached lilm, they found him uncon
scious under tho car,
Ho was taken to Msrcy hospital
where It was found ho had sustalnod
three broken ribs and some bad
bruises but nothing of a critical na
ture, It Is believed.
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