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MARSHFIELD,OREGQN, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1911 EVENING EDITION.
A I'miMitlilnilim of Tliiu, Vml .Mull
iiutl CtHn liny Atlwrtlvr.
lMMnw '- "' " ' ' "" -" ! 1 -rrrsnwirn m imnnn
BIS REBELS ILL WAGE
JOVE Will IF PEAGE FAILS'
Developments For Settlement
of Internal Trouble Are
JHADERO AND 0R0ZC0
PLAN TO GET BUSY
Scnor Limantour Denies That
He Carried Plans for Set
tlement. (Ojr Associated Press to Coos Bny
El. PASO. Tex.. Mnr. 21. I Int
Francisco I. Mndcro with ono thou-
fand Insurgents operating south of
Cm Ornndes and General Orozco
with S00 men nro nrrnnglng tclr
forces with the Intention of n decisive I
attack In c.ne the pence negotiations
fall nns announced In lnsurrccto
ti In said the campaign will ho
..-.. .!, ..nln.l .11 111 rnaiH
more uhui"'"' v.i.'vi .
the terms oi seuiemciu nro nut
agreed upon. So far however, It is
not known that any move has boon
made to Inaugurate tho negotiations
for peace and Llmnntour'B stntomcut1 .
at Mexico City mm no um noi near
t.. m nniiiMllMi ft Mi nulnti. I
llihment of peace has caused some
eicitemcnt nnd perplexity among tho1
Insurrccto leaders hero.
It nas declared thnt Scnor Llnian-
tour's expressions were likely to
have a disquieting effect on tho in-1
wrcctos nnd hope wns oxprossod
that later n hires would put Llinan
tour In n much more friendly atti
tude toward tho Insurrection.
Oltl'CO.V XATIOXAIi (JUAltDH
iwrlinciit Onh-i-s Them llcmly ,
For Active Service.
rOuTI.ANI), Ore., Mar. 21. Or
ders that the organization of tho
Oregon Nntlonnl Ounrd bo brouglit
up to a footing for Held aervlco woro
received from tho War Dopartmont
by Adjutnnt-Honernl Fliuor. A
weetlnR of the Gcnoral Staff was
Immediately called to plan tho chan
ges made, necessary by tho orders.
Recruiting of tho various units up
to what Is commonly known as a
ar footlns Is tho most Important
change directed In tho orders, which
tear the signature of Major-Genorul
Leonard Wocd. Chief of Staff of
While tho 20 Infantry companies
lithe Guard now hnvo an enrollment
of from 50 to ISO enlisted men, It
lll to neces'nry for ench company
toha.efrom 5s to 150 enlisted men
The orde-8 also provide for a
rljorous tri-iimlng down of staff olll
rho w have to roslgnorbomus
tered out. The governor's stnff 'a
Mrtua-I e'inilnatcd, and, at lenst.
a no longer be recognized as a real
Pt of the mllltla.
Mrs. Wilcoxson of Walla Walla
Kills Herself and Her
tB; A8clated Press to Coob Bay
J ALU WALLA, Wash., Mar, 21
lad w" ( Mr8' J w Wilcoxson
m. N. Wilcoxson, her 22-year-OIdton.
er f.,...i . ...'.
ii- . ."iu ucuu in me mm-
,ly hme todnv
fired ) had succurabel to bullets
ho'i U beUeved- "y the mother
Jenr VUPP0Sed t0 have sono sud
keardtlnSane ye8terday Neighbors
a the shots but thought that the
the play,n8. Neighbors made
oahT80m d,BCOVery tody. Tho
m een Ut of work for BOmo
rt vn llNhea,th which worried
The fath aU8ed her ln8an,ty-
ther, who is a traveling saloa-
" IS UDtin .-....
. ,vm tu UB m t.ooiee uiiy.
Judge Coke to Hand Down
Number of Decisions at
Judge John S. Coke has announced
thnt he 'will hold a Hticclnl adJourn-
0(, B0BllIoil of l)lu vroilt court t t'o-
,inll0 nuxt pr(!ny, March 2-1, wh'in
,Ill(.,BonB wm ,)e 1mmju,j ,lmvn fl
ium)1)or )f cnHM nd nrKUmun(B ,,
inot()UH , otnor nctI()n8 w ftlfl0 ho
g tmt Ul(J ma(m
Iloy8 ,,, n the cases to he decided
wJ b(j , ntteldniIct,.
Tho regular term of court will
open at Coquille April 21, but tho
adjourned term Nvlll convene there
Atirll 17 In illminRn nf innttnrn iiond-
f tl i , ri,cl.inr -,
Among the nctloiiB in which duel-
hIoiih will be hnnded down next Frl -
day are the following:
nniik nf Iinndon vs. J. II. Prlco et
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c M SkcoU V8 SoJi m,inmuor ct
"L A Uober(, VB E, s, Lrao ct
' 8toR y8 C()0g CountVt
w UtQ m CooH County
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I). Miulonnn vs. L. O. Strommen
Western Orogon Trust Co. vs. Dnn-
don uht nnd I,owor Co" , ,
ort IlB" v'- J- V' Weathorly.
Fnrrln and Upton vs. noil i.ino uy.
TO EAST COAST
Atlantic Seaboard Manufac-
hirers Want Equal Terms
(By Associated Press to Coos Bay
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 21.
in an mini cat on to tlio intorsinio
In othor words ho asked that tho
i.in..n-a nt tho EnBt bo given n
dll,'.W.M W ...-
wni,t rntn which would bo tho
Bnn, n tho rnto from middle west-
orn points to Spokane, thus Insuring
easterners n proportion or tho inter-
mountain market which they long
Ho said the putting
into effect of tho rates suggested
which aro lower from Chicago points
than some onstern points would bo
:zl . c.. j,Sa,
HIb idea was thnt "to allow uni
cago and mlddlowest points such
terms as would accrue from tho low-
.! nrnrtlnnllv WOUld DUt man)
I. ... t imcinoBo nml
eastern shippers out of business ana
deprive tho points in Inter-mountaln
territory of the benefits of competi-
tion between two wholesale territo
imnvrc T. R. ICAUI'MAN & CO YOUR
COAL ORDERS $4.50 PEUTON.
Don't forget the Turkish Baths.
freight rates to points In Inter-j COLOGNE, Germany, Mar. 21. A
Rocky Mountain territory llko Spo- dispatch from Pokln reports tho niur
knne, tho commission heard an nr- ,0r 0f .m, KoroBtovotz. tho Russlon
gunicnt today In behalf of Atlantlu Minister to China, thus repeating tho
Sonbonrd shippers by Louis D. Bran- n,niors current yesterday but.whlch
dels. Brandols argued that "What- navo not been officially confirmed.
over rnto may bo made by tho com-
mission from Chicago points to Spo-J HOOSKVEI.T IN LOS ANGELES
knno and other intor-mountnln points
would bo satisfactory to its (tho Will Deliver SowthI Speeches and
Atlantic soaboard shippers) If tho, Lecture There.
Rnmo rate woro extonded to us." (By Associated Press to Coos Ba
ILLINOIS ill TROUBLE IS SERIOUSIflOOKEB 1. 1
Ten Companies of National
Guard Called Out to Quell
Foreigners at Gillespie.
(Uy Associated l'ross to Coos liny
GILLESPIE. III.. Mnr. 21. Tliroo
compnnles of IIIIiioIh National Guard
nrrlvcd here today and seven others
nro duo Inter to quell tho foreign
miners who tire preventing American
miners working. No move will be
United States Strengthens
Garrison at Hawaii
(Ry Associated Press to Coos Bny
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl., Mar. 21.
Having on board tho First and
Second battalion of the second lufnn-
try to tho number of GOO olllcorsnnd
mon nntl 1CS men or tho Fifth ca-
valry mid the First Artillery and fow
recruits, tho army transport Crook
sailed for Honolulu today. Tho
troons will be added to tho (Jnrrlson
nt Fort Sdmflcld, Hawaii.
Government Will Pay Expenses
' of Only Part of Those
(Dy Associated Press to Coos Oa
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 21.
Of tho 3,050 acceptances from tho
Stnto Mllltla olllcers of tho War De
partment's Invitation to participate
In tho army maneuvers In Toxns and
California, nbout 1,500, It was do
cldcd, today would bo sont undor
tho federal appropriation. Theso
w apportioned to tho strength
ot mo various siaio miuiias. uiuurs,
if they go, must do so at tho oxpenso
of tho stntes.
UU.MOIt IS Itr.VIVEI)
AiioIIht Iteport of Agination In
.(By Assotlated Press to Coos Bay
LOS ANGELES, Cal Mnr. 21.
Colonel Roosevelt nnd party arrived
hero today. He will remain hero two
days. Tho colonel will mnko a num-
ui " O-,,co u .., .-
Miss Blrdsey, nn up-to-date, trim-
- mu - ''-"j - :.r i
Donaldson's Millinery Store during
Mm rinnnlrlann'R nllHpnon. which ne-
cessltntes a trip to California on nc-
"'- .--. ,
. ... natronaco nnd hop-1
" "v " " " I
ing you will continue tho same as
- " ZTnr
Mrs. E. DONALDSON.
Did you see that large double page
adv. of the Overland automobile In I
the last Munsey? It tells an Inter-1
., otn, aaa nnh nnonitllMl
about an overland.
Remember a TURKISn BATH
win be,P yu- rhone 211"J
made by the Mllltln on the foreign
ers until the arrival of nil the troops.
Many of the forelKuers are armed
with shot kiiiis and rlllos. The trouble
started a week ago when the foreign
ers beeame dlisntlsflod with working
condition and Induced the Americans
to quit. Local union olllclnls ruled
ugalust the strikers and ordered
I them to return to work. The Ameri
cans did so, but the foreigners hnve
, hold out and been trying to Induce
the Americans to quit. The trouble
became acute last night.
Dominion Officials Threaten tc
Keep Out Black Settlers
(Dy Associated Press to Coon liny
WINNIPEG, Man., Mar. 21. Olll
cers of tho Immigration depnrtment
loft today for Emerson on tho border
to stop tho entry Into Canada of 1C5
noyrccc from Oklahomn who Intend
ed to settle In tho Canadian north
west. Tho railway company appealed
to Washington and Consul-general
Jones hns been Instructed to seo that
they get through.
Santa Fe Passenger Strikes
Car Partly On Siding
at Kingman, Ariz.
Uy Associated Press to Coos Bay
LOS ANGELES, Cnl., Mar. 21.
Information reached tho Santa Fo
general ofllco today of n wreck on
tho Santa Fo at Klngmnn, Ariz., last
evening In which 35 persons were
more or less Injured. Nono woro
Buriiiusi) nun. I
Tho accident was caused by ono
trnln not thoroughly clenrlng tho
mnln lino nnd when tho overland
enmo nlong It struck tho rear car
of tho trnln which was on n sldo
track. Tho Injured wjll bo brought
' CHANGE IN HU.SSI.l.
Trouble (her Pollhli (loternincnt
Caused Pieuiier Stolypln to Resign
(By Abtfoclatecl Pros to Coos Buy
ST. PETERSBURG, Russln, Mar.
21. Premier Stolypln presonted his
reslgnntlon during nn audience with
tho Emperor yesterdny. It was the
outcomo of tho notion of tho council
of ministers In rejecting tho clnuso
referring to tho Polish olectornl col
logo, which wns an lntogral pnrt of
tho hill Introducing Zomstvo self
government In the northwestern pro
vinces. The emperor hns nccopted tho re
slgnntlon of Premlor Stolypln nnd
Is reported to hjnve signed tho np
polntmont of Mjnlstor of Finance
Kokovsoff to be. the new premier.
SPRING AUTO 1IUYERS MUST
PAY : LICENSES THIS YEAR
SALEM, Ore., Mnr. 20. Under
Oregon's now model motor vehicle
license law, persons who buy nhto
moblles this spring will bo required
to pay threo state licenses within a
year. The now law does not go Into
effect until August 1, so thnt pur
chnsers of automobiles aro required
now to take out a license under the
present law, and before August 1, to
take out a license, only valid until
December 31, 19U, under tho now
law. Then, as annual licenses aro
required under tho new law, another
35 HURT IN
state license must bo obtained after
January 1, 1912, good, to December
3J of (that year.
DROP PROSECUTION OF CASE
COOS BAY RAS
A NEW SLOGAN
F. B. Tichcnor Adopts "The
Land of Plenty and Plenty
"Coos Day, the Land of Plenty nnd
Plenty of I,nnd" Is tho latest adver
tising slogan for this section. F. 11.
Tichcnor of Portland is tho author
of It and ho has hnd several thou
sand cards printed for distribution
of It among the thousands ot ltonie
ticckcrs from tho middle west nnd
east who are Hocking Into Portland.
Mr. Tichcnor, who has been one of
the best boosters that Coos Bay has
hnd on the outside In tho Inst few
years 1b enthusiastic over this sec
tion and the efforte ho has put forth
nro more than appreciated by tho
In n letter to tho Chnmber ot
Commerce from Portland ho snya:
"Two thousand home-seekers ar
rived In Portland yesterday. Itnll
road olllclnls say twenty-flvo hundred
will arrive today. For fear that I
might run short of tho lenflets you
sent me, I had several thousand cards
printed like tho ono enclosed.
"Tho man thnt I have In charge
of tho work In Portland Is tho right
man In the right plnce nnd I bcllevo
ho mot personally, overy Immigrant
thnt arrived In tho city yesterday
and wo do not expect to miss any of
tho twenty-live thouBnnd thnt aro to
"Will keep you posted from time
to tlmo In regnrJ to tho work.
"As ever, Coob Bay booster,
F. B. TICHENOH."
California Pioneer Passes
Away at W. J. Rust Home
Jesse Rust died nt tho resldenso
of his son, W. J. Rust, In Flngstaf
yostctdny afternoon of heart dlscnso
and othor ailments Incident to old
age. Ho had been slclc for soiiio
Tho body will be shlppod on tho
Redando to Sncramonto whoro
burial will bo made In tho family
He had practically nindo his homo
with his son, W. J. Rust for tho paat
three years, altho ho hns cnllod his
trips to Coos Pay only vIbIIb. Ho
arrived hero on his Inst visit last
There will bo no services ex
cept nt tho f.nnl obsequies In Sncra
monto. Ho wns a consistent member
of tho Clulstlan church.
Mr. Rust was born In Morcer
county, Ohio, November 29, 183-1.
In 18C3, ho crossed tho plains with
nn ox team to California and tho
balance of his life was spent In Con
tral California. Ho waa married
February 20, 1850, to Mnry Bnssott
In Adams county, 111. Thero chil
dren wero born to them and all Biir
vlve. They are W. J. Rust of Marsh
field, C. B. Rust of Sacramento, Cal.,
and J. B. Rust of Elmlra, Cal. Mrs.
Rust died December 13, 1899, at
THE WHEAT MARKET.
PORTLAND, Ore., Mar. 21-rTrack
wheat prices: Club, 800 81c; Blue
stem, 83 84c; Red Russian, 80c;
Valley, 81c; Fortyfold, 81Q82c.
TACOMA, Wash., Mar. 21. Blue
stem wheat. 83 84c; Fortyfold,
81 82c; Club, 82c; Red Russian,
CHICAGO, 111., Mart 21. Wheit
closed as follows: May, 90c; July,
89c; 8eptembor, 88 3-4c.
Noted Negro Educator Said to
Be Considering Such a
Turn In It. '
ATTRIBUTED TO HIM
Appears In Court But Alleged
(By Associated Press to Coos
j NEW YPUK, N. Y., Mar. 21. Bo-
ifore leaving the hotel Manhattan to
g-j to Police Court, Dr. Booker T.
j Washington denied tho reported In
terviews with him In which ho wna
, quoted as having snlll a letter or
telegram hnd caused his prcsenco In
IWest 03rd street Sunday night whin
ho wns severely" bentnn. Humors nt
tho hotel Washington nro that ho
might decldo at tho last moment not
to prosecute Albert Ulrlcl), tho car
penter, charged with tho n'ssnult.
I As n matter of fact Washington
snld Inter in amplifying his enrllor
stntemont, thnt he hnd received such
, n letter but It did not flguro in his
search. Unfortunately ho had torn
'up the letter. Art ho could recall, his
secretnry wro him thnt Dnnlol
. Siilth, auditor of tho Tuskogeo Insti
tute could bo ound with n family
named McCrary, he thought It was at
No. 11 West 03rd Street. So, last
Sunday night he went to tho houso
nnd looked over tho nam oh on lottor
boxes. Washington did. not tnko tho
istnud. .IimU'nd Ulrlch waived tho ox-
nmtnntlou on advice of his couusol
nnd wns held for trial In a court nt
special bchrIoiis nt n dnto not nindo
public. Washington enmo to court
with his hend henvlly bandaged and
was accompanied by nn elderly whlto
man who snld ho was Former Gov
ernor Plnchbnck of Louisiana. As
Ulrlch walked out of tho court room
after furnishing hall, ho said "t
j guesH nothing will ovor como ot
ItIG OIL COMPANY SOLD.
Southern Paeille Snld to Iliuo Sold
(By Associated Press to Coos Bay
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl., Mnr. 21.
Tho Examiner says tho Associated
Oil Company, owned by tho South
ern Pacific, ono of tho bg oil com
panies of 'tho state, Is to bo sold to
n syndicate of London nnd Now York
bankers. It Is snld tho price' Is not
less than ton million dolluru and
possibly much more,
Nathaniel Thayer, Pioneer
Railroad Promoter and
(By Associated Press to Coos Bay
BOSTON, Mass., Mnr. 21. Natha
niel Thayer, ono of tho plonoor rail
road promoters of tho Uultod Stnto3,
died at his home In this city today.
Mr. Thayor was a director of tho
United States Steel Corporation, tho
New York, Now Haven & Hartford
Railroad, tho Ameilcau Tolephono
and Telegraph Company, and many
OUT OF COMMISSION,
A certain automobllous bsllo
Of Gosollno do scent
Can't uso her auto for a spoil
Because, dear readers, It Is Lent.
But you can uso nn Oyerlnnd
All tho tlmo. Seo Goodrum.
' For BUICK nuto servlco P !IOXJ3
34-J bofore 6. P. M. and t -J .it u ght
HIGH IN OE
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