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If CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS DISCOVERED AMERICA, H0 DISCOVERED COOS BAY?
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sible buyers" In town. And If
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own It, you'll sell ltl
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you may keep Hint Httlo extra Incoiao
ns "steady as n clock."
MEMHEH OK ASSOCIATED I'm.sa
Established in 1878
as Tho Const MniJ
MARSHFIELD, OREGON. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1 911 EVENING EDITION.
A Consolidation of limns. Coast Mul!
and Coos Hay Advertiser.
UPRISING IN GiA THREATENS
TO DEVELOP 10 REVOLUTION
Mutiny of Troops at Hankow
Spreading Alarm Is Felt
SPECIAL GUARD TO
PROTECT PEKJN PALACES
Hundreds of Manchus Reported
Slain by Former Soldiers
at Various Points.
(By Associated Press to Coos Day
HANKOW, China. Oct. 12. Tho
revolutionary movement Is gaining
momentum ovory hour. Slnco noon
yesterday It Iibb swept tho city of
Hang Ynng nnd tbn native quarter of
Hankow. Orent numbers of Chinese
are Joining tho movement voluntarily.
The death losses now nggregato sev
eral hundred. Practically nTT tho
dead Jiro Mnnchut
Thus far thero hns been no Indica
tion of animosity against foreigners.
TROOPS KlliTi MANY.
tcMirt That Chinese Mullm-vr Kill.
cd Atanit .'MM).
(Ily Associated Press to Coos Hay
PRICING, (China, Oct. 12.Ho
twecn 5,000 and 6,000 Chlncso troops
In Hankow's nntlvo city nro reported
to hnvo mutlneed this tnnrnlng and
killed 200 to 300 Munchus.
Klnbornto precautions to prevent
n sympathetic revolutionary uprising
In this city nro being mndo and tho
jmlnces nro giinrflea by troops oi
A telegram from llnnkow stntes
that at most four hatalllons remain
loyal. The American gunbont Holcna
Is expected to rench llnnkow today.
Several llritlsh boats nro also on
ALONG Till? WATERFRONT.
Tho Alliance Is duo In enrly to
morrow from Eureka nnd will snll
the tmmo day for Portlnnd.
Tho Itedondo will snll Sunday from
Snn Frnnclsco for' Coos Buy.
Tho Coaster, n s'enni schooner, ar
rived In' todny nt North Dend.
NOT ON LIST
LIST OF FEDERAL PAROLES IS-
SIED IOKS NOT CONTAIN THAT
OF NOTF.I) CHICAGO UANKF.lt
FIVE HANKERS PAROLED.
(Dy Associated Press to Coos Day
LKAVBNWOUTII, Kan., Oct. 13.
In t!jn tire. Mat it nrifnlna i.rnntPil ll
... .. ..tot .lav w. I'tiii'iv. n. ....-... -
the federal board of parole, nt Its Inst
meeting, tho nnnio of John It. Walsh,
the Chicago banker, does not appear.
WnUh's hearing, It Is understood, wns
had before some thoso who nro to bo
The paroled nro said to Include tho
following bnnkors, nil of Indiana:
Max P. Euuiierych nud C. P. Rlntzier
of InillnnnpoHs, B. II. Detzer of Port
Wayne, J. H. Phillips of Torre Haute
and E N. Nicola of Auburn, all flvo
5 ear men.
TO DISMISS CASK.
Anieili'iin Federation of LiiImu Lend
ers so Petition.
(By Associated Prebs o Coos Day
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 12.
Messrs. Gompers, Mltcholl and Mor
rison of the American Federation of
Labor todny petitioned the District
Supremo Court to dismiss tho charges
' contempt preferred against them
' a committee of lawyers appointed
b' the court last May after tho su
preme court of the United States had
decided the Jail sentences for tho la
bor leaders wero Illegal' becauso they
had been criminally charged In a
The SWEDISH LUTHERAN SUN
iV SCHOOL will have n social
, Friday evening at 7:30 in tho church
Parlors. Contributions expected.
W you have anything to sell, trade
"nt or want help, try a want ad.
flead the Times' Want Ads.
T W WW WT W W W w W W W WWW-W
Little Daughter of Supt. Tied
gen Passes Away Today
No School Until Monday.
l.lttlo Emily Tledgon, tho twenty
months old daughter of Superinten
dent nud Airs. P. A. Tledgon of the
Mnrshlleld public schools, died This
morning lifter a ten dnys illness of
scarlet fevor nnd other complications.
She had been very ill for tho past
I two dnys and tho end was not unex-
'pectefl. Mr. Tledgon who left home1
. whon thu quarantine was established,
I in order that he would not be kept
mvny from his school work, returned
tho day bufore yesterday and lias
1 Uioii constantly nt tho bedside of
their only child until tho ond came.
Owing to tho child bolug a victim
of a contagious disease, there can bo
no public funcrnl.
On ovory hand today wero expres
sions of Bympnthy for tho bereaved
Tho Mnrshfleld school directors
announced today that tho school
wnulfl 'lin closed tomorrow on nccount
of tho death of Superintendent Tied-
geri's 'little 'daughter. Tho schools
nro closed today on account of It he-
I lug n legal holiday and so vlll not
'resumo until next Monday. Tho
I school students called off tho foot
hill gnmo to hnvo been plnyed with
North Hond hero Saturday nnd nlso
cancelled arrangements for picnics to
have been held todny.
Emily Lydln Tledgon was born in
.Mason, Mich, twenty months nnd
twenty-two days ngo nnd was tho only
child of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Tledgen.
An especially bright and wlnsomo
child, sho not only enraptured the
paren's hut endenred herself with nil
with whom sho enme in contact.
The funeral services will bo con
ducted nt B o'clock this afternoon by
Hov. Rolicrt K. Drowning. Owing to
being tho victim of n contagious dis
ease, tho services hnvo to bo prlvnte.
Steamship Arrives From Port
land Early Today Will
ti... lirnnliu'nliip nrrlvoil In nllOUt
midnight from Portlnnd nfter n good
trip down the const. Sho had n largo
pnssonger list nnd consldornblo In
The Dreakwnter will sail at 1
o'clock Saturday for Portland.
Among those arriving on tho
Dreakwnter were the following:
Mr. Kamos, Mr. Weldon, .1. A. Ol
son, Mrs. J. A. Olson, Mmie Neymon,
W. A. Hold. Mrs. W. A. Held, C. T.
Fnrrls. Mrs. C. T. Fnrrls, C. L. Dnl
ley, Fred Marx, Mrs. Hazard, Mrs.
Metlln, R. A. Taylor. Mrs. R. A. Tay
lor. K. H. Kane, C. Motley, J. P. 01
sen. W. Mnst, Mae Ryburn, Vlnn Ry
burn. .1. W. Ryburn, D. Rooney, W.
L. Walter. It. Lnrner, II. D. Keiiney,
W. Dlllcllff, M. Levls.F. D. Shields, J.
Aliens, W. M. Moo, Helen Dodson,
Mrs. Mnry Wnlter, Mrs. Marhoffer,
Mrs. Flora Dodson, Amelia Anderson,
Eva L. Wood. Mrs. K. J. Thomson,
E. J. Thomson, P. Thomson, Doro
... Ti,nmann. nov Drooks. Fred
Drooks, J. Mulllns. Frank Stefflo, Roy
Duffy, Olaf ErlcKson, non ijohbuu,
D. F. Dodson, Alvn Dodson. E. C.
Guerln. W. P. Ornndy. Henry Stroh
forn. G. W. Clay. R. McCnrvln, . A.
Wood. V. A. Matson, H. Halo. L.
m n vniim. .1. Postman. H. W.
Richardson, H. K. Hayes, Mrs. H. A.
Miller, Vern Miller, rranK juui. -.
Raymond. It. M. Dorton. C. A. Craig,
. ni-nmiae. Mrs. A. M. Pren
tiss. P. D. Lnyton. F. S. Smith, Mrs.
F. S. Smith, C Evertsen, Mrs. Evert
sen. F. G. Pullln. H. Larson, Mrs. K
Norbln. Mrs. C W. Elmore. A. Cu
bltte. A. W. Anderson. A. A. Grow.
T, T. Land. J. Marhoffer, G. R. Mc-vi-
p willev. H. Jowott. J. Legart,
N, George and G. Nlcoll.
...A,mnllir of T.limV hfIR SOT
. i.ncTiinvpn hut will be held
oeon nmi'" "--
SATURDAY NIGHT, OCT. 14.
ITALIAN WILL ADVANCE' ON TURKS
General Advance on Sultan's
Forces In Interior of Tripoli
Ordered by Italian Comman
Dy Associated Press to tho Coos I3f.y
TRIPOLI, Africa, Oct. 12 Gen
eral Canenhn, commander-in-chief of
the Itallnn expedition, has ordered nn
Immediate ndvnnco against positions
occupied by Turks In the Interior of
Vice-President of Pacific Coast
Line and Pacific Great
REACH NORTH HEND
Vice-president H. A. Sumner
of tho Pacific Coast Railway,
and O. W. Volkmnn, nnothor
representative nnd who is said
to bo tho porsonnl representative
of tho foreign capitalists behind
the project, reached North Dcnd
todny nftcr making n trip over
tho route. They snhl every
thing wns coming lino with tho
project but did not give out any
Information beyond that given
by Mr. Sumner to The Times a
week or so ngo. It is under
stood Hint they nro now figuring
with L. J. Simpson for right-of-way
ncross tho hitter's Ten Mllo
property and possibly tho right-of-way
of tho old logging road
8tnrted by the Simpson Lumber
company thore. They will come
to Mnrshfleld this afternoon.
Vice-president Sumner nnd four or
five other nfllclnls of the Pacific
SUMNER JITH I RAILWAY NEWS
OFFICIALS NOW BRINGS MANY
Const Line nnd the Pnclllc Great nnd later was engaged in the paving
Western nro expected to reach tho business In nnd around Tncomn. no
Dav todav or tomorrow. ct'ntI' no ,,n8 1"ul c,1IlrKe of tM con"
Eigieor singer w,10 Was hero "Jructlon of concrete bridges on the
yesterday, reserved rooms nt Tho Milwaukee's line near Puget Sound.
Chandler for tho pnrty. i
Vice-president Sumner hns been
attending n conference In Portlnnd
relntlvo to the Coos Dny project and
it Is expected that his visit hero now
with the other icpresontntlves of tho
rond will menu nn early realization
of his expectancy to start nctunl con
struction on this end of the Hue thU
fall. . i
Further ntinouncoments concern
ing tho project nro nlso expected from
' Somo thought that he nnd his pnrty
were coming in on mo nroKwmrr
todny but othors understood thnt tho
pnrty would coino via Gardiner, prob
nbly coming down ovor the route If
the wenthor permitted. i
Trlbblo Makes Denial. '
Despite tho fnct thnt three or four
clnlmed to hnvo seen Contractor Trlb- lny with his wife nnd daughter,
hie of Spoknno on tho Dny within tho Helen, to spend the winter nt tho
Inst ten days, W. Ed Trlbblo of homo of Mrs. Hold's parents, Judgo
Mnrshfleld. n brother of the con- nm, MrfJi c Ai gehlbredo. Their nr
tractor. says they nro mistaken. Ono comnleto sumrlso no In-
mnn told Tho Times thnt Contractor "uU wnB n co"'I'leto surpiiso, no in
Trlbble's visit hero nt this tlmo wns tlmntlon.of their visit being sent In
supposed to bo secrot. ndvnnco and In fnct Mrs. Sohlbrodo
W. Ed. Trlbblo today mado tho wn8 ,,iannjng t0 g0 north to spend tho
following written statement to The winter with them.
Times: "Contractor W. L. Trlbblo It nn8 been n vory B00(j season In
of Trlbblo & Dowen of Spoknne, has Alnska," remarked Mr. Held today,
not been on tho Day for many weeks Wo met wlth very K00(J resuit8 j
nnd no very nenr future trips are tno Y. M. C. A. work. Tho travel
plnnned nt this writing but the firm tlero JinB been nbout tno Bajuo aa
will figure on contrncts or proposed u81ini,
railroad construction In this section, ,.Tno principal new strlko has been
nnd this investigation wns fully mndo at RUby, near Fort Drlstol, and a
on my brother's visit here In Aug- Kreat mnny went there. They nro
list." taking out considerable gold nt the
Of course It may be that someone T,ntnrn.i vat. Th nniv tmnliln with
wns lmpersonntlng Contractor Trlb
ble and trying to uouoie-cross uiu
Mnrshfleld men for some reason or
GREAT NORTHERN WRECK.
Ono Killed nnd One Fatally
(Dy Associated Press to Coos
DELLINGHAM, Wash., Oct. 12.
Pirpmnn J. P. Dohls was killed nnd
Drakeman Charles R. Smart was fa
tally injured when a Great Northern
freight crashed Into a rocK simo
eight miles south of here toduy.
COME In today nnd SEE mo about
feed and FLOUR HAINES'.
Don't forget the Turkish
PHONE 214-J. i
CANNOT UK CONFIRMED.
French Foreign Olllco Not Advised of
(Dy Associated Press to tbo Coos Day
PARIS, Frnnce, Oct. 12. Tho
Foreign Office hns no confirmation of
the published statement that Italy
nnd Turkey nro urrnnglng nn nrmlu
tlce. MORE TROOPS TO TRIPOLI.
(Dy Associated Press to tho Coos Day
TRIPOLI. Africn, Oct. 12. Italian
troops continue to nrrlvo here
E. J. Thomson and family and
Five Associates Arrive on
Coos Bay Today.
E. J. Thomson and fnmljy nnd five
men who hnvo been working with
Mr. Thomson on the Milwaukee Rail
road in the Pugot Sound section ar
rived hero todny, being nmong tho
ilrst thnt prospective rallrond con
struction has brought In hero for thnt
purpose. Although Mr. Thomson or
his associates say they have no In
sldo Information ns to when railroad
construction will begin on Coos Day,
the prospect from what they woro
nblc to glenn Is mighty good.
Mr. ThnniBOii with his wlfo and flvo
children nnd his flvo nssoclntbs
Fred Drooks, Roy Brooks, Jack Mul-'
Hns, Roy Duffy nnd Frnnk Stofllo.
They enmo on tho Drcnkwntor today.
"All the papers I hnvo scon lntoly
have been full of rnllroad nows nbout
Coos Day nnd we decided to coino
down nnd Ikj ready for It when it
stnrtB," romnrked Mr. Thomson this
morning. "Wo enmo determined to
reinnln hero nnd If wo cannot got
work Just now on railroad construc
tion, we will find somothtng clso to
Mr. Thomson wns n sub-contractor
on the .Miiwnukccs const extension
W. A. RCICJ, In Charge Of Y. M.
C. A. Work There, and
Family Reach Coos Bay
W. A. Reld, in charge of tho Y. M.
r . - k
in Alnska, arrived horo
tnnt wna tnnt t00 ,nnny peopi0 flocked
In there nnd overdid tho field
"There Js but little left of Dawson.
Tho smallpox epidemic thero the past
year hurt it considerably."
Mrs. Rosa Preuss of Marshflold,
who spent the summer with Mr. and
Mrs. Reid.Veft Alaska sometime ago
an,i jinB g0no t0 Southern California
whero sho will spend tho most of the
HUSHANH MUST NOT
SPANK HIS WIFE
(Dy Associated Press.)
LOS ANGELES.al., Oct. 12.
A man is not ?ij18t,netl '"
spanking his wife Ven If sho
deserves It. nccordlng'tyo a deel-
ston of Justice Young who fined
E. W. Pyne 15 for the offense.
HAS CARRIED IN CALIFORNIA
Father of Grade Summerlin of
North Bend Is Fatally
Speclnl to The Times
MYRTLES POINT, Ore., Oct. 12.
Mr. Summerlin, ouo of tho best
known pioneers of tho North Fork, Is
lying nt tho point of death nt his
homo hero. It wns reported thnt ho
had pnBscd away nnd In fact In ono
of his sinking spoils ho sank so low
that it was thought that tho ond hnd
come. Ho has been sick a long time.
Mr. Summerlin moved hero from
his North Fork ranch nbout a year
ngo. D. J. Summerlin nnd Mrs. Ed
Lowollen of Myrtlo Point. Grndo
Summerlin of North Rend, Rov. R. G.
Summerlin, formerly pnstor of tho
United Drothrcu church nt North
Dend but now at Vniicouvor, Wash.,
nnd Mrs. Wnlter Lnwhorn of Fnlr
viow are sons nnd daughters of tho
1Mb bclloved thnt death Is only tho
mntter of hours.
O'lUUK.VK MOTHER DEAD.
After nn Illness lasting only 3(1
hours, Mrs. Mntthew O'Drlcn died nt
7:40 o'clock this morning nt tho
resldenco of her Bon, J. P. O'Drlcn,
vice-president nud goncrnl mnnngcr
of tho Harrlmnn lines In tho North
west, 72 North Twentieth Htrect.
whoro sho hnd mndo her home for
tho Inst two years. Considering her
ndvnnccd ngo, 73 yenrs, her henlth
hnd been vory good until Sunday
night, when sho complained of Illness.
Monday morning It wns deemed nd
vlsnblo to summon Dr. A. E. Hockey,
who diagnosed her nllmcnt nB stniu
nch trouble, with complications duo
to ngo. Mrs. O'Drlcn was born In
Ennls County Clnro, Ireland, nnd
enmo to Amorlcn with her pnroiits,
who settled In Wlnsted, Conn., whon
sho wns 11 yenrs old. Portlnnd Telo
grnm. Logger Injured at Camp Two
Succumbs to Injuries at
Mercy Hospital. '
Mike Lavish, who wns Injured In
tho Sinith-Powors Cnmii No. 2 tho
dny beforo yesterdny by bolng struck
by n cnble, died last evening at .Mercy
Lnvlsh wns badly crushed nbout
tho throat nnd chest. At first, It
wns not realized thnt his injuries
wero so severe but It wns soon found
that ho had beon Internally hurt.
Lavish wns n forolgnor, nbout
thlrty-llvo yonrs old, nnd so far ns
known hns no relatives In this sec
tion. Tim funeral will bo hold to
morrow from tho Wilson chnpol.
COAST LEAGUE HALL SCORES.
(Dy Assoclnted Press to Coos Day
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 12 Port-
land won ngnin yestoruay aim vornon
lost again. Tho scores:
At Sacramento R II
Sacramento i G
San Frnnclsco 3 10
At Los Angeles R II
Los Angeles 2 t
Portland 1 13
At San Frnnclsco R II
Vornon , . . . 1 G
Oakland 8 10
Llbby COAL. The kind YOU hnvo
ALWAYS USED. PHONE 72 Pnclflc
Livery & Transfer Co.
Hnsty MESSENGER SERVICL
day or night PHONE 08-J.
NOTICE TO TRAVELING 1'UHLIC.
Tho O'Kelly Doat Lino will opornto
on tho Sunday schedule from now un
til spring, J. A. O'KELLY.
Read the Times' Want Ads.
TODAY DIES OF HURTS
Amendment to Permit Women
to Vote Had Majority of
Thirty-one at Noon.
EXPECT RESULT WILL
PROBABLY BE CLOSE
Reports From Country Pre
cincts Today Wipe Out
Majority Against It.
MAJORITY FOR IT. C
(Dy Associated Press.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Col., Oct.
12. Tho not results of tho can- -
viibs of tho returns on womau
suffrage up to 12:30 o'clock
shown nn apparent majority of
31 for woman suffrage. 4t
By Associated Press tu the Coos Hay?
SAN PRANC18CO, Cnl., Oct. 12.
Tho latest returns on tho woman suf
frage vote in California show tho
proposed nmendment Is only 80S
votes short of a majority and aa thor
vote of tho cities has already been; -counted
the supporters of tho movo
uiout bollovo this lend will bo ovor
coino by belated returns from coun
Tho mnjorlty ngnlnst .womnn suf
frage Is slowly being cut down andL
It Is generally bollovod the amend
ment will provo to hnvo boon cnrrlodX
OHANI) JURY DONir.
Los Augelc Investigators Will Con
clude Work Tomorrow.
(Dy Associated Press to Coos Day
LOS ANOELEB, Cnl., Oct. 12.
After serving ten dnys loss tharr si
year, tho grnnd Jury which ItuHctotC'
John J. McNnmnra, his brother Jumcts
D, nud six others for murder In con
nection with tho wrecking of tho Losi
Angeles Times, will mako Its flunl re
port tomorrow nnd bo discharged ac
cording to a report today.
General Electric Company
Loses In Government's
(Dy Associated Press to Coos nny
TOLEDO, Ohio, Oct. 12. In fed
eral court, Judge John M. Kllllta ren
dered n decreo in favor of tho gov
ernment against the General Eloctrio
Co. nnd nbout forty subsidiary com
panies controlled by tho GouornC
Electric company undor tho Sherman
Tho decreo nrdors tho Gonornl
Electric company to conduct nil its
business under Its own unino nud a
dissolution of the Nntlounl Electric
Lamp eompnny and about thirty-five
FRAUD IN HYDE CASE.
Seiisutlmial Alllduvit Introduced Cou-
ceriifiiK KniiMiK City Hrlbery.
Dy AsBoclntod Press to tho Coos Hay
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 12. An af
fidavit signed by Dr. D. Clurk Ifydcr
In which ho says County Marahal
Harry C. Hoffman told him that for
$1,500 he could bang the jury 1
the llrst trial of Hydo, nnd for 3,00O
could secure nn acqultal wbb Intro
duced today nt tho hearing hero.
DIG RAILWAYS CLASH.
Florida Rnllwny Wants $(l,()(,00
Dmiuiges From Seaboard Air Llim
Uy Associated Press to the Cuos- D&y
JACKSONVILLE. Fin., Oct. 12".
Garnishment proceedings agalnstt
eighteen banks supposod to hold
funds of tho Senboard Air Lino Itan
road company and tho Knlekorfjoclair
Trust company, woro Instituted to
day by the Florida Railway company
which last week filed suit for sis
millions damages against tho Sea
board Aid Line company and tha
Knickerbocker Trust company.