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MARSHFIELD.OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 191 1-
A Consolidation of Times, Const Mull
nuil Com liny Advert fccr.
nwnrrr mwiii in .wmi mm j
SE1H UIHIOUR IS AFRAID CMS
iMnto ms wire isc
Mexican Financs Minister Is
Quoted As Holding Up This
Sountry As a Bilgaboo
TRIES TO USE IT
TO FORCE PEACE
Matter Is Discussed at Cabinet
Meeting In Washington
(Dy Aoclntcd Proas to Coos liny
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mnr. 22.-
President Tnft and his cabinet met
today for the first tlmo In moro thnu
two weeks. The Mexican siiunuou
wni diseased briefly. Strong hope
,..,! i n.imlnlstrntlnn circle
that conditions In Mexico will lin-
nrnn. HlPCdllr. '
The Washington government is nn-
..... .,. f..nnn. i.. Mvinn
JIOUS IIIIU IHU "" l.HMMO ...v.v,
Intense disappointment Is express- k w"8 n 8uro 8" of insanity to ap
ed here, however, over tho fnct thnt ' for B,,ch n J lloru
Finance Minister Llmnntour hns booh clt' Attorney Qoss wnntod to
nt to seek to n pence ngreement by lnow ,f tho applicant hnd nn ntto.--holdlng
tho United Stntes up ns sort ,u'' engaged beforo nsklug for tho
ot n bugaboo nnd mnklng stntomeuts 0"' ,
to the effect thnt this government Councilman Coko snld thnt ho nlso
li awaiting tho opportunity to get
HHIt.MOSIM.O IK s.ri:.
Mcxlc.m ItelieN I'a 1 1 to Capture tho
(Dy Associated Prejis to Coos Day
HEIIMOSIU.O, Mexico., Mnr. 22.
This town Is snfe. Tho robols hnvo
withdrawn and tho federal soldlors
hao returned, tho robols having
abandoneJ the stronghold boforo tho
Prncirlonf Anpur-n Dnnnn llnliS
vmblll nOOUl V.il LICIIUII Uulll
da They Are Without
D.v Antedated Press
n Coos F)iv
WASIHNOTO.v n n.. ,. oo
President Taft has Invited Dnron
I'chlda. tK Jnpnnso nmbassador, to women occupying tho Hernltt bulld-
a conference at tho While llouso I'" to movo but thnt they hndn't
this sp.-roon Tho President's oh- 1"0 fl0-
wt In doing this Is to personally set City Attorney Goss snld thnt when
t rest various Irresponsible stories Mr. Williams hnd broug'it tho un
published to tho effect thnt tho army r "l to him ho had told Sir. Wll-
maneuvers In Texas and Cnllfomla
are In nnv ..,., .11 . .i . 1
President Taft has been- Kroatlv
"nnoyed hv w.n,.tmt rm;nrtV thnt
Ln,ted Stntes was menacing Mexico
8 Drotpsr nnnioin . a. t
embassy nnd f romThs .missal
oor himself ns to tho conllng station
torj' ns well ns denials from tho
ate department hero ns to nny con-
ntlon of .tannn with tho manouvera
"aVe fnlln,! .... . . . .
the Prol. reports wnicn
,ue reslden reenrda n milium,
At thf lllnnll m... ..... . n
sador Tim,. .. Amuns-
lyT0lidn h0 reprtS nre SCarce-
V Worth il.mvlr... ,... i. .i.i , .
. .. ""''h uiu jiu ueairuu u ...
"t them at roct r,nn.' f n i.
.. ' .v ..v... U utl IIIIIC.
e President asked Daron Uchlda
. " "WM UIIIUII UUllllUt
communicate his vlows directly to
ror of Japan.
KWIOR IS UNTRUE. .
nU8Slan Minister to China Xot Slnln
(n As Reportexl.
' Associated Press to Coo Day
Jflnln hn.l ...... H.o.. I.o.l fnlln.1 nn,1 nnw tlin tonn.lta ' IIUHUBr lu w.ll.ov l..v " COSSUY 01 irUHUUUUUH. Ml,lumi
mem u.,k !L.. .... .. gr. of ;.i i.,.it.iiw ,nr mni.i, nt n chlldroii In tljC movement. 'out that It "was imposslblo to bar w
"on on tho "Pacific coast and nt tho' Account f tho "undesirable" nolgh- " ,tl"lt no w, '8,s" "ot,co "prlzo-llght" pictures because thoy basis
ftpEKlX, Chinai Mar. 22.-Rumors the frnCh'Be Prn"te1 IZ "eslre was to enable the city to pro
th8t M. Kornfitn:;r. ::i ' . . f" company. recently by the
Korostovetz, the Russian
no JS enjoying gOOd
10 III JOB
Applicants For Position Treat
ed As Joke at Council Meet
ingOther City Business.
Two n)Ucntloii8 for tho Job of
city engineer of Mnrshllold
Drought to light nt the council ntuot-;nud
ing Inst night but tho nnmo of
tr nppllcant was mado public.
Mayor Straw brought tho mnttor
IloBoburg mnn nsklug for tho Job.
W,,c" n8kod wlmt ll0 wnB B0'R to
',0 W,Ul "' h Bn'11 t,lnt ll0 W,,S K"'
""' to send to tho Stato Asylum at
Snlom nnd hnvo nn nttcndnnt sot
uiu iiiiiiluui unu iiikc linn mere js
"uu "" "PPncnuon irom nn engineer
In Portland but ho had rst tho let
Tho mnttor wns passed over with
out anything liolijg done.
Hull Avenue Mutter.
Contractor Morrlsrey brought up
tho Hall aventio paving question
again. Ho said that Mr. Haines hnd
Informed him thnt ho wns ready to
P"' ' l'' monoy on tho Job wlion
tho street commltteo paBFed on It.
CoiincIImnu Savage said ho guua-
cd It would bo all right If tho con-
tractors deducted from tholr bill tho
ninount tboy woro shy In material.
Councilman Powers- snld ho
thought tho street was n good ono
rnd would outlast the inombora ofi
tho council even though It didn't
hnvo ns much pnvlng on It ns tho
siiectflcntionR reoulred. I
Finally it wns referred to tho
.Must ".Move On."
It. F. Williams nppenrod boforo tho
cltv council nnd renuestod that tho
... .... .
city no something to move unuesir-
nblo residents from tho vicinity of
t'o Wllllnms building nt tho corner
of Hrondwny South nnd Curtis nvo-
tm. n..i - mi nf Hi.ni
Mayor Straw snld that both ho nnd
Mnrshnl Cartor hnd instructed
I'""19 If '10 (Wllllnms) would fllo a
pnninlnlnt. )in would nrnspnntn thmn
Mr Wllllnms snld thnt ho hnd
nsked tho various city officials from
the mayor down to do something but
It vrnn RiitriroRtnil that ho nsk Pro-
seoutlng Attomev Ll.Jonv.st to take
tho matter up with Mr. Dernltt, own-
" f tho bulldlnR' tho women oc-
cuP' Jt was declared to bo stnto of-
fe80 ,en(, n hulldlng to women (
t Lnmnnl nlinrnrtlnn
Finally Councilman Copplo made
.,ls. l O t It A fill' tl, fl rati fl I
.,,.,' ,, ,,
'""'V'1 t0 "" ,f Ul? J0" they
ninot mnvn Tlila rnrrlod.
- - v . .
Cnnneilmnn Albrecht wanted
f"n of ?50 sot nB,de to Satnor evl
dence aRnlnst thorn In case thoy dD
-A 1.. .iU Al. Mnn..AAl A
v ., , a .. ti.i0
thnt they be prosecuted then. This
,,. . ... - .
Idea did not meet with favor and nn-
ally ho said he would personally get
the necessary evidence If necessary.
, Accepts Franchise. t
Tho acceptance of C. A. Smith of
uru - ij - u - u - LJVnj - ij - ir.. - . -- -,
(Continued on pace .J
Man Detained There Froves to
B3 Dishwasher Walking
From Marshfield to Rose
burg. After n strenuous clinso from Co
qulllo to Camns vntley, Sheriff Qnge
pestordny fotttul thnt tho stranger '
thcro suspected of being tho slnyer
of Unrbnrn Holtzmnn. tho llvo-ycnr-
old Portlnnd girl, was n dishwasher
nnnied llnln who wna wnlklng from
Marshfield to Hosoburg. llaln wns a
tall, lnnky chap nnd bore some
rc6omblnncc to tho description sent
out of tho Portlnnd slnyor. Ho was
wnlklng from Mnrshllold, where ho
had lecently been omployed In the
""iiiiioo luniiiiiiiiut. uu iiuiii oucuii
8 nlloRotl to hnvo ncted pecu-
Melrose restnurnnt on Front street,
nolth-'llnrly. lie slept out In the open nnd
(was rathor mysterious. When Shor-
lff Qnso roncnotl Hlm nn, claimed
to hnvo siuu in snn Frnnclsco and
Voters Decide By Big Majority
to Cut Out "Good
(By Associated Press to Coos Ua
TACOMA, Wash., .Mnr. 22. Tho
untl-trentlng ordlnanco passed by tho
. Itii.i.lnliiitl Annil.llnnlntt ... T ..A.. ... 1...M
' iillllliuif.li LuiiiuiiDaiuu lit uuuuiuiui
nnd roferred to the voters carried
yesterday by n majority of 2814 with
two products to hear from.
Tho nntl-trenting ordinuueo
Into effect tomorrow noon.
City Council and Mayor Straw
Will Cooperate In Move
rrl.a Tnialifln1r1 tAtv nnnnpll lnt
"" ....-... .., --
ovonlng pnssod a resolution author-
,z,nB tno n,n'or to Issuo n proclama-1
tlon doclnrlng Saturday, April 1, to
b0 "Clean Pp Day" and requesting
all cltlious of Mnrahfleld to seo that
" Garbage, etc.. Is removed
fHr.. YiaI In, a nttil l.rri,flll V TllA
'"'" " " """ l'r.. -
notion wns tnkon In rosponso to a
request from the A. N. V. club ask
ing tho city's cooporatlon In tho cloan
up movement thoy have lnnngurnto.1.
Mayor Straw In presenting tho
mattor npprood of tho club's work
nnd snld thnt It wns something o
bo encouraged. Ho snld that Street
Commissioner Lnwhorno had agreed
to uperlntend tho disposal of tho
6rbngo and that Supt. TIedgen ha.
inn ! ma m i rt nit Ts n o t w n rx aniinin
tho ordlnanco prohibiting tho nccu-
'tlon of garbage aml refuse a?y
where Insldo tho city limits if It wns
not removed botween now and flvo
days .after "Cleanup Day."
Mnyor Straw Inst evening returned
to the city council with his veto tho
.. .. . , ,
ordlnanco recently adopted regulat-
Ing tho moving picture shows. In his j
veto message. Mayor Straw seated
that ho approved of the plan to ell-
mlnato immoral views, etc., but that
ho thought the ordinance as passed
nn.n.t nn if lAe n wnr n-n onil Inotan ft
WMSVSWM ww .... - . ....- .. ....--,-
ot accomplishing good would breed
contempt ior mo cuy
., , , ,
Consequently, he declared ho was op
posed to burdening the city records
with it. ,
Initbe discussion of the matter,
the councllmen stated that tholr only
secute any one showing Immoral
III,, Ul linH'HSUl jiviuicb ouiu na n.o
Jeffries-Johnson affair. City Attor-
NU HNW 1 h fflNhHH
InI i HihiiHnJi in ifli Hfli i r nmTii.
in iruunih tuw mtti unHfn
inni w cuy wuuiu Biritwy mnuito nre always Known as sparring exiuui- ao
hlB ,dptHy wn Mtobiishea by com-
munlcatlng with Mnrshnl Cnrtor hero
Wink On Clue.
Mnrshnl Carter nnd Sheriff Ongo
nre keeping closo tnb throughout
this section ns both believe thnt the
mnn wnntod nt Partlnnd enmp hero
on tho Hrenkwntcr Inst week.
As yet, Mnrshnl Cnrtur hns been
tumble to apprehend the strange In
dividual who has been beculnc from
varloUB onog m, who ,a B(l(, t0 do.
sely resemble tho description fur-
nlshed from Portlnnd. Several havo
reported seeing this Individual but
hnvo not notified Mnrshnl Carter un-
til nn hour or so nftcr ho hns left
tholr places. If they would notify
the .Mnrshnl promptly, thcro would
bo n chanco to mako lilin explain.
.. In this connection, It is rccnlled
i iii nun cuiiiieciiuu, u is rccniicu
that nn Individual bearing a strong
resemblnnco to tho Portland fiend
was thwnrted In nn effort to pcrpe -
tr'nto n Blmllnr outrngo hero a couplo
of yoars ago.
Derailed Trolley Knocks Out
Supports, Causing Roof
, To Fall.
(lly Associated Press to Coos n,j
DITTRllimn Mnr "O .
kn,C(, nt U)0 , ml0 of thQ mu
... M.....U, .'...
burg & IIufTnlo Coal company nt Bust
rniinntmlinrc wlmn n ntntnr ilrnwlntr
cars In which they wero riding, Jump
cd the track knocking down tho sup
ports and permitting tho roof to fall
Canadian Officials Carefully
Examine Negroes Immi
grants From South.
ITlxr A cunMn tml Tpnqn In Pnlin rtflViA.
WJNNIPUG, Man., Mar. 22. A
of m noBropa wUh govo car.
lon,, r Km'8 f,om 0t10' 8,ai08
arrived at Emerson, Manitoba, to-
.In.. in uitDa vn ,11 1,111 Mrtn nf flinlr
uu;, ! -' f
fitness of becoming rosldonts of Ca'n- Flnnngon nnd Dennett of tho com
ada. A mimner wero rejected for lnny had assured him they wero nn
varlous cnuses. jxloua to do something ns soon ns the
Tho examinations nro being care-
fijJly no(cd Uy ofllclnIs of tho united
!nqy Goss explained that tho ronson
j,Q j,n(j ,imftod tho ordlnanco as' ho
dld wns t0 enable tho ofllcers to se-
.ro a conviction In enso of tho no-
.. . . - . u iiaiikiui
Maror Straw snld thnt ho wanted
t0 see tho picture houses regulated
and finally It was agreed that tho
mayor and city attorney should get
togethor and draft a now ordinance,
in view of this, tho mayor's veto was
unanimously sustained by tho coun-
Councilman Albrecht suggested
that ho didn't seo why tho city
should prohibit prize fight pictures
If thoy are going to permit tho real
things to bo pulled off in tho city, i
Councilman Powers said that tho
ones pulled off here wero Just "spar-
Councilman Coke said It wns a
hard' thing to censor pictures because
of the. differepco of opinion as to
what was all right and what was
not.; Helsald that most of tho nl-
leged fights, he had seen resembled
foot races- moro than anything else.
pnOXK I. 8. KAUFMAN & CO 1'OUn
COAL ORDERS $4.50 PER TON,
Marshfield City Council to Take
Steps to Get Adequate
The Marahlloltl city council last'
night nftcr n slight discussion of the:
,c,t' wnlcr BU'I)1' decided to request
n special commltteo from the North
Pend city council to meet with tho
Marshfield council nt Its next meet
ing nnd tnkc steps to remedy tho sit
untlon. Tho mnttcr wns brought up by
councilman rorguson nailing ior not-
tor fire protection for Forndnlc. Ho
snld thcro was only ono hydrant near
there nnd thnt wns nt n point whore
the flro cniMno couldn't cot to It. Tlila
lend Councilman Coko to declnre that
tho resldontB of South Mnrshllold
could hardly got wnter for any jnir-
Hi .l0 s,m n'V'Tf0";
M. II. Mulloy said thnt n fire hydrant
taken nut nt tho corner of Second
nnd Market several months ngo had
novor been put back.
Councilman Ferguson Insisted tlnt
Ferndnlo wns entitled to bettor flr-
protection but Flro Clilof Trnvor snld
thnt tho innln running up to tho old
browory wns only n two-Inch plpo
too Binnll for hydrnnt.
Coiincllninil Albreellt snld thnt tin-
lor tho present company's franchise. ,uu luullJ ",1U ,B " "J""'
(they could not bo required to oxtond from lho e,ToctH of tho ,nJur,oa ho r-
mains to Forndalo. In this connec-
Hon, ho snld
It wns high tlmo tho
methlng to remedy tho
council did somethlm: to romedv
wntor situation. Ho snld thnt the '
North Ilend council wns gathering
data on tho mnttcr nnd ho would like
to havo a commltteo from tliero
moot with tho Mnrshllold council nnd
tnko up tho mutter of nn ndeqiinto
wnter system for tho two cities. Ho
snld ho hnd also been gathering
some "dopo" on western water nyn
toins nnd would hnvo somo good ma
terial to work on from tho experi
ence of Mcdford nnd othor cities.
Councilman Powers said thnt
something hnd to bo done to remedy
- . . .........
.wie wnier siuinimu iiero.
councilman Snvago said that P
looked ns though the proton t com-
,,nny didn't Intond to remedy tho slt-
,nntlon. Ho snld that water would
nronI)y 0 ., Bcnrco 0I1 Coog
ny thB fnU
r r.. -,.!
.Miijur Birnw Main
thnt Messrs. ;
North Bond nnd Marshfield city conn-
oils would got togotlior on n working
basis In tho mnttor.
x0 nct0n was tnkon other than
thnt tho flro nnd water commltteo of
tho Morshflold council was nsked io
mvestlgato tho mnttor and tho un-
derstnndlng glvon thnt tho commit-
a r -. a 1. &taii. i....i AA. ...(
tee from tho North Doud council
ould got togothor on n working
In tho mntter.
action wan taken othor thnu
that tho flro and water commltteo of
tho Marshfield council was askod to
Investigate tho matter and tho under- j
standing 'given thnt tho committee
from tho North Horn! council would
bo present nt tho next regulnr session
to discuss tho proposition.
However, after tho council meot-
ing, tho councilman talked tho mat-
tor over at length and nil wero H
favor of doing something nnd doing
MAY UK PARDONKI).
AilnniN Who Substituted lllack
Hanl for Gold Dust.
(Dy Associated Press to Coos Dn
TACOMA, Wash., Mar. 22. Qoo.
Adams, under a ten-year sentence
for substituting black sand for gold
dust whllo employed In the United
8tate8 assay office at Seattle, may be
pardoned soon -according to a report
In circulation among Alaskans. He
has served Ave yoars.
The Famous Cartoonist Chafes
Under His Matrimonial
MARRIED JN SILVERTON,
OREGON EIGHT YEARS.AGO
He Alleges Cruel Treatment
Wife Will Contest
(Ry Associated Press to Coos Day,
SALEM, Ore., Mar. 22. Homor
Davbnport, the cartoonist, todny fltod
suit for divorce from Mrs. Daisy Da
venport whom ho married In Sll
vcrtnn, Oregon, In 1903. Davenport
nllegeB cruol nnd Inhuman trontmunt.
Four children are tho Issue of mar
riage. Mrs. Davenport's friends say
!' will contest tho aiilt. A decreo
for separation wns grnntcd by a
ow Jersey court Bomo tlmo ago.
TAKT Hi:.NI)H SYMPATHY.
PreNliIeiil Ipirrm-N Knllli In Hooker
(Dy Associated Press to Coos Day
NUW YOItlC. N. Y Mar. 22.
Dt. Hooker T. Washington, tho negro
oducator, whoso alleged assailant Inst
Sunday night, Albert Ulrich, wns
I hold yesterday for trial on nn assault
chnrgo, Is still nt tho hotel Mnnhnt-
C0,VC(U Wnnhlngtoii was gratified
to,,n1' to reco,vo n lottor ,r0,n Taft m
tho ,,ruBl,lotH hnnd-wrltlng In which
Tnft Prc ympothy for nnd con-
lldenco In Washington.
Meat Trust Magnates Must
Stand Trial On Old In
(Dy Asroclnted Press to Coos Day
CHICAOO, III., Mnr. 22. Tho
Indicted Chicago packers lost tholr
light against going to trial on tho In
dictments secured by tho government
several months ago when Judge Car
penter In the United States District
court todny overruled tholr demur
ror to tho charges .and hold thnt tho
immunity granted by Judgo Humph
roy of tho federal court lu 1900, did
not apply to the piosuut charges
which ho held woro Imaod on ovldenco
not Included In tho Humphroy docl
blou. Tho Indlqtud paokers nro Louis F.
Swift, Kdwnrd F. Swift, Francis A.
Fowlor and Charles if. Swift ot
Swift & Co. ,
Kdwnrd Tlldon, president of tho
National Packing Co,
J. Ogden Armour. Arthur Mookor
id Thomas J. Connors of Armour &
Edward Morris and Louts Hoymau
of Morris & Co.
Tho National Packing Company Is
tho chief object of tho governmont'a
attack. Tho Indicted men nro di
rectors or otherwise interested In tho
company which was organized In
1903 with a capital of 11G,00Q,000.
HAD 1IHK IN HK.VIL.
ItiK'iios' Ay res Custom House Hurn.i
Willi $:l,O0O,0G0 Loss.
(Dy Associated Press to Coos Bay
DUENOS AYIIES, DrazII. Mar. 22,
Flro In the custom house -today
destroyed merchandise valued nt 3,
000,000. AUTOMOUIIiKH supplloa at