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MARSHFIELD, OREGON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1912. EVENING EDITION 6 PAGES.
A Consolidation of Times, Const Mall
mid Coos liny Advertiser.
mmwi ww nmn i 'iihwiiiiwiiumiiti
Want to Force Porte to Make
important lemwicii oun
MUST ALSO PAY AN
INDEMNITY TO NATIONS
Want Atlrianopjle, Soutar and
Janina and Part of Bal
Br A"Ocltet Pro. to Coo. n Tlmn.T
LONDON, Doc. 2.1. Tlio Balkan
pcaco conference) resumed Ita sittings
at St. Jnmcs Pnlaco this afternoon.
Tlio TurKlHli iioiogniea did noi in
Int. toilny 011 tllO lOVlctunllzIllg Oflwli1n fmnrnli fnn Mm twn min lin.
(l.n frvrlrrSS nf AdrlnllOlllO. StOjail
Novnltovltch, ox-proinlor of Sorvln.)
who iiroBiuoii ovor mo iiiuuuiiK. iu-
sentod mo pence roimiuons oi mo
llnlknll nlllcH nild tllO Turkish llelO-'
gates Btntod thoy would requlro moro'tnno( nm tll0 poiico uro nlso
... , nntiitlitnit lw t.itirianl 'Plin . .. ....
iimu iu tuiioiiiui v..u i"i'" v ,
discussion, nccordlng to M. Novnko
vltch wiib fairly nnilcnhlo" nnd
tlio plcnlpotontlurlos Bopnrnted hopo-
ful tlmt tho next meeting on snuir
-" .. .
day would produco something nioro
Terms Aro (liven.
An iiiioiiipIhI rniiiiniiiilcntlnn nftor
mHimrniiiPiit Hiild: "Tlio Ottoman
ipifL'ntoH hnvlni: dcclnred Hint nc-
cordlngto tl.elr liiHtnictlons thoy
i.n.i .in niiiopiimi in trnntlni: with tha
dolegutcB of tho allies, Including tlio Blty graduate, who Is snld to hnvo
Hellenic delegates, reserved their re- oscnped throo times from tho stnto
ply for tho next Bitting. penltontlnry in Ohio; Frnnlc Wlll
"Torrltorlnl proposals, which tho Inms, nn nllogod snfo hlowor; II, II.
allied Ilallcnn nntlons presented, woro Ilnnipdon, nn nllogod hold up mnn,
ns followa: "Tho Inimodlnto mirren- nnd Mrs. Mnrgnrot Johnson, ho
ller of Soutnr, Adrlnnoplo nnd Junlnn, llovoil hy tho police to ho tho wlfo
full inllltnry honors to bo nccorded to
"Evacuation hy Turlcoy of tho Unl-
knn ponliiBiiln nH fur ns tho onstorn
nil of Tlschntnljn Lines, dotormlnn-
tton to ho ninilo on tho spot.
"Cession to Grccco of nil tho
Aeglnn lslnmls, Including Hhodos
nnd Klwcn, nnd others now .holng
kopt by Itnly ua pledges for tho ful
fillment hy Tuikoy of tho terms of
tlio trcnty of Lnusnnuo.
"Annoxntlon of Croto to Greece.
"I'nyment hy Turkoy of n wnr In
demnity ns woll ns tho expenditures
ffiMS.onBWuntoMto0SpooIal Reports Shows Awful
"Tho question of rovletuullzlng tho
fortress nt Adrlnnoplo hns hcon loft
for discussion hotween tho Turkish
and" Bulgarian dologntos
Ranking Officers of War De
partment to Consider
Question in January. '
(Or AnorUteJ Pre., to CouJ Dr TlnlM.)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23. Tho
proposal to ollmlnnto tho nogro ns
an American soldlor, Is a topic
slnted for consldorntlon, whon a
conference of tho ranking oIUcctb
of tho army Is hold horo January
S, 1013. Somo of tho ofllcors fa
vor tho plnn bocnuso of tho ro
sentment In tho Philippines which
tho nntlves hold ngnlnst tho black
troops. Frionds of tho negroes nro
expected to mnko a strenuous fight
In their behalf pointing to tho
splendid record In Cuba and tho
Philippines of tho blnck troops.
Over Two Hundred Entombed
and Many Probably Dead
in Mikado's Mine.
(Dj Ai9cLte4 Freii to Com Bar Time.,
TOICIO, Jnn. 23. More than 200
Japanese coal miners were en
tombed and probably aro dead In
a torrlblo explosion in tho Ubarl
colllory at Sapporo.
Heating Stoves of quality for an
Xmas present, nt 10 jx-r cent off
regular selling price Pioneer Hard
Wo can SAVK you MONBY V
buying your HOLIDAY GOODS i
VOHTOX & HANSEN'S two stor
TO GAR NEGRO
FROM U.S. ARMY
Hf JAPS IN
Chicago Police Follow New
Clues in Murder of Dia
Illy Amoi lilcd Trot to Cooi p.jr Time.)
PIIIPAnn. 11pp. ?n A rnnntrv.
ll,.,1 , I.- 1 ., t Tn.mili TT
Ij0BU0 tno dinmond morchnnt, wna
iicbuii toilny. Following tlio mur
(ior, n description of two men Been
lnltprlni? nnnr lin liiillillnc wim nil-
Bonrcning tor uiroo women, who
uro Hiiltlto hnvo frequented LoguoB
olllco. Olio womnn called to sco
Loguo tlio morning of tlio dny of
Mm innrilni' Twn nf Mm tpn HllR.
... ,. J " ..W .. ..
cct8 wj)0 woro taken Into custody
lmniodlntoly nftor tlio murder hnvo
hcon released nnd It Is probably
tlio others will ho given tholr
freedom todny or tomorrow.
Knlor nil hut four of tlio bub-
pectB woro rolensod. TIiobo still
held nro Clydo StTntton. n unlvor-
or Toronto Jimmy .iimiison, nn
uuogcu uurginr ami snio mower.
Conditions Among Indians
in Rubber Fields.
nr AmocUIo.1 Pun l Cooi ttr Tlra,l
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23. Stuart
Fuller, Amorlcnn consul nt Iquorz,
rem, who luvcstigntou tuo aiiogcu
outrages ngnlnst tho Poruvlnn In
diana In tho Putumnyo ruhbor dis
trict, arrived In Washington toony
nnd conforrctl with tlio stnto do
pnrtment. Tho outrngos brought
to light nro bupIi ns glvo rlso to
ono of tho most porploxlng Lntln
Amorlcnn problems tho Stnto do
purtmont bus hud to deal with,- es
pecially In vlow of tho fnct thnt
tho Ilrltlsh corporations nro tho
principal oporators In tho Peruvian
ruhbor field. Tlio consul's report,
which rovonls outrageous condi
tions, will he presented to con
gress soon under n special resolu
tion. IIUY AMintH'AN COAL.
Kgyptlun Ilnllrouds Pass Vp Welsh
Mines In Deal.
CARDIFF, Wales, Dec. 23. A
roport that 100.000 tons of Amorl
cnn con! nro bolng purchnsod hy
Egyptian rnllronds In plnco of tho
customnry Welsh supply, caused a
sonsatlon horo today.
Commencing Tuesday, December
24, tho Marshflold-Eniplro auto will
leavo Marshflold at 0:30 n. in. nnd
4:00 p. in. for Empire.
Over 211 Soldiers III at Han
saw Fear River Main
(nr Anoflle4 Pre" to Coos Ejr Time..
H ANA U, Germany, Dec. 23. An
epidemic of typhoid provalls
among tho troops horo. Two hun
dred and 11 soldiers nro In tho
hospital. Tho river Main Is bo
llevod to bo infootod. If It provos
truo tho hoalrh of tho ontlro pop
ulation is imporlllod.
GUARANTEED POCKET KNIVES
und SAFETY RAZORS, at NORTON
& HANSEN'S TWO STORES.
II i k hhh m
uu inuLU w
TYPHOID DAD IK
AMERICA MAY KEEP CASTRO OUT
Deposed President of Vene
zuela Who Insulted and
Opposed Americans Four
Years Ago Returning.
ttlr AMoclMtd rrnt to Cooa !)? Times.)
NEW YORK, Dec. 23. A cnblo
dispatch announces that Clprlnno
Cnstro, tho deposed President of Ven
ozuclh, under tho alias of RuIb, Ib n
passenger on tho French llnor Tou
rnlno, bound for Now York. Tho
story Is told In tho Vcnczuclnn colony
In this city. Tho opinion Is thnt Cns-
tro's object In coming to Now York,
hns to do with regaining power in
tho country that enst htm out of nf
flco four yonrs ngo.
Presidents Mellen and Cham
berlain of Grand Trunk
tnr Amo l(M rn-t to Coot lUy Timet
NEW YORK, Dec. 23. Chnrlos S.
Molten, president of tho Now York,
Now Hnvon & Hartford Rnllrny, K.
J. Chamberlnln. president of tho
Grand Trunk Hallway of Canada nnd
Alfrod W. Smlthers, chairman of tho
Grand Trunk hoard of directors,. wns
Indicted hy tho fodernl grand Jury!
horo today, charged with violating!
tho Shcrmnu nntl-trust Inw, In nn'
alleged monoply ngrcoment between
tho two roads.
Twenty-Two Known to Have
Perished on Vessels Lost
in Recent Storm.
(Iljr AtiocUled I'rtu to Coo. lljr TlmM.J
MOI1ILE, Aln., Dec. 23. Twon-ty-two,
Including tlio ontlro crows
of tho Ilrltlsh schoonorH , Cnrtegonn
nnd Georgluun and tho family of
Cnptnln Woods of tho Inttor, woro
drowned when tho ships foundorod
In tho Gulf of Mexico In tho recont
hurricane, nccordlng to advices re
ceived hero yestordny.
OALK GRIPS NORTH DAKOTA
Fnity-fhc-Mllo Wind Whips Snow
GRAND FORKS. N. D.. Doc. 23.
A blizzard swopt North Dakota last'
wook with tho wind blowing a 4C-'
inllo galo. Moro than n foot of snow
fell In less than olght hours.
RICKEY IS GUILTY.
Slayer of Hoys Convicted of Sec
ond Degree Murder, i
(nr AMOoUte.1 JVcm to Coo. B.r TlmM.J I
BUFFALO, Doc. 23. J. Frank
Hickoy, was found guilty of mur
dor In tlio second dogreo for strang
ling Joseph Joseph, a 7-year-old
boy of Lackawanna, Oct. 12, 1011.
Tho Jury wns out 2G hours.
Hickoy Is suspected of murder-!
Ing nvernl othor boys.
Jewish Surgeon Says He Did
Not Operate on Son of
Czar to Aid Race.
Dr Auocl.teJ Pre., to Coo. Dr TlmN
BERLIN, Dec. 21. Professor
James Israel, tho noted Berlin sur
geon, denied today that ho had per
formed an operation on tho young
son of tho emperor of Russia. Tho
story was that Israol Journeyed to St.
Petersburg nnd performed a dollcato
surgical operation on tho holr appar
ent to tlio Russian throno, receiving
a compensation of $25,000 and royal
promlso of a bettor condition for the
Jews In Odossa nnd Kiev, wns tele
graphed from Borlln and published
In ho United States.
MANY LOST IN VICEROY IS
MEXICAN GULF NARROW ESCAPE
KEEP CASTRO OUT
United States May Prevent Enemy of
Americans From Lauding.
ttlr Alio Intel I'rfM to Coo. liar Tlmci,
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23. Whe
ther Clprlnno Cnstro, formor presi
dent of Venezuela, will bo permitted
to hind In tho United States, la be
ing considered by tho oillclnls of tho
government. Technically thero la no
charge ngnlnst Cnstro, but owing to
his dcarc8peetful treatment of Amcrl
can oillclnls In Venezuela nnd Amori
enns generally In thnt country, when
ho wns dlctntor, nnd to tho fnct that
tlicro Is a tacit undcrstnndlng thnt
America will uso Its Inlluonco to pre
vent Cnstro roturnlng to Vonozuoln.
ofllciala nro apparently scoklug some
plan by which Cnstro can bo kopt out
I of this rountry
Special Agent of Mobile &
Ohio Road Killed in Ala
Mr AMOct.lttl I'rtii to Cool lit? Tlmnt.l
M01J1LE. Ala.. Dec. 23. Alox
nndor McQIII, special agent of tho
Mobile & Ohio nt Tuscnloosn, wns
snot to ticntii ycatoruny in a uug
gago car on n passenger train on
tho rond nnd his body thrown
from tho train onto tho bridge
over Gypslo crook, where It ro
mnlncd linuglug between tho cross
tics until It wna discovered by n
searching party todny. Jones, n
porter on tho train wns arrested,
chnrged with tho crime.
ROM It THROWER AT DELHI
NEARLY ASSASSINATES LORD
AND LADY HARDINGE TODAY.
l!r AMoelited rrci to Coo. II. r Time..)
DELHI, Dec. 23. Huron nnd Rnr
oncsa Hnrdlugo Viceroy of India, ml
rncuoiiBly escaped assassination by n
nntlvo fanatic todny whllo making
their coromonlnl entry Into Dolhl,
tho now omplrnl cnpltol of India. A
bomb wns thrown nt tlioni nml killed
ono nntlvo nttondnnt, Injured anothor
nnd BpllntorH from tho mlssllo pono-
trntoa tlio unck nnd Bhouldoro of tho
Viceroy, who also waa wounded In
tho nock by scrows with which tho
bomb wna tlllod and which nlso pas
sod through his holniot.
Tho Vlcoroy will Boon bo nblo to
leavo tho hospital for tho vlco rogal
lodgo. Tho bomb throwor escaped."
A roward of approximately $3300
was offorod for his arrest.
A largo gathering of troops, ofll
clals nnd punjnb chiefs woro present
to wolcomo tho vlco rogal party. Its
splendid olonhant procession hnd Just
loft tho railway station, passing
through tho Chnndnl Cliowk, whon
tho bomb wns thrown. It wns hurl
ed by n man standing on n houso
top, and struck tho llowdnh in wnicii
Lord nnd Lady Hardlngs woro riding.
Tho attendant, holding a largo para
sol over tho rognl pair, was Instant
ly killed ns tho powerful bomb ex
ploded. Tho coromonlea woro Inter
rupted for only n short porlnd, whllo
tho Vlcoroy and Lady Hardlngs woro
bolng convoyod to n hospital and tho
vlcoregal resldonco, rospoctlvoly, Tho
attempt on Raron Harding's llfo
nrousod a fooling of intonso Indigna
tion among both natives and British,
ns tho baron Is ono of tho most popu
lar men who over ruled Inlla.
CURR CITY RIGHTS
Can't Impose Special Tav on Tele
. graph Companies.
(nr Anocl.th 1'rfi. to Coo. li.jr Time..)
WASHINGTON, Doc. 23. Cltlos
must not tax tolograph companies for
sending messageu If tho companies
have accepted tho terms of tho act
of Congress In 18CC, making thorn
governmental agonta under certain
circumstances, nccordlng to a deci
sion todny by tho U, S. Supremo
Court, in tho caso of D, G. Williams,
agent of tho Western Union nt Talla
doga, Ala., who was flnod $25 for
sending a messago without his com
pany first having obtained a Uconso
for such business. It was hold that
tho tux was Invalid. '
Band Danco Eaglos Hall, Christ
Band Danco Eaglos Hall, Christ
RAND DANCE Xmaa night.
S SHOT DEAO
ON A TRAIN
"Grandma" Wade Succumbs
at Myrtle Point at Ad
(Special to tho Times)
COQUILLE, Oro., Dec. 23.
"Grnndmn" Wndo, paternal grand
mother of W. C. Laird of this city
died at Myrtlo Point Wodnesdny,
nt tho ndvnnced ngo of over ono
hundred years. Mr. Lnlrd snld
that ho believed his grandmother
to havu boon nt lenst 109 years old
hut thnt nn undo sold nho woh bov
oral years old than this. How
ever, Mrs. Wndo wna enslly well
over one hundred nt tho tlmo of
Miss Ella E. Brown of North
Bend SUCCUmbS at Salem
Bflflv Tnkpn Fn;t
uuuy lUKtn cdbi.
Mis. A. II. Imhoff roturnod to
DIES AT AGE
OF 109 YEARS
North Bond last Saturday. MUs clothing. Coroner Wilson did not:
Elln E. Brown, whom alio nccoin- hnow wliothor tho ploco wntt enfc
pnuled to tho Stnto hospital at from n suit carried In tho Wod
Salom, dlod thoro Docoinhor 18. dorburn Trading Co.'s Btoro or whe
MIsb Brown wns born In Pcnusyl- thor It wns obtnlncd from Mrt.
vnnln nnd IIvpiI innnt it linr llfn' JolniBOn.
Ill tho enst until about flvo years'
ngo, when alio camo to North Bond.
Sho wna 04 yonra old on Doc. 11,
Miss Brown lived In n homo of
her own In North Bond up to a
your ngo, whon hor health bogan
to fall. Thou alio was tnkon to
Mrs, A. II. Imhoff's hospital. La
tor, it wns found nocessnry to ro
movo her to the Stnto hospital nt
Salem, whoro sho dlod.
Tho doconsed loavos two Blstors,
Mrs. Whlpplo of North Bond, nnd
Mrs. Fay of Mlchlgnn, bosldos a
number of othor rolntlvos In North
Tho body nccomimnlod hv Mrs. I
Rnnmnrn. nn mini will I... inl,n
to Now York, whoro tho fuuoral
will bo hold.
.. .....wawf uv VltltVII
Falls Off Coquille River Boat
and Has Narrow Escape;
Mourns Loss of Cart.
(bouijx oqj oj upodg)
BANDON, Oro., Doo. 23. C. H.
FHtcroft, who arrived horo Friday
roports an unusual nccldont on tho
stenmor Coqulllo. A llttlo girl foil
ovorbonrd from tlio steamer Co
qulllo, near tho Lyons and John
son mill, nnd sho was not missed
for 1C minutes. Sho waa discov
ered by tho englncor of tho mill
who heard hor cries undornoath the
wharf. Whon ho ronchod hor, ho
found hor floating on hor back In
tho deop water, not making a movo
except crying loudly. Appnrontly
her elites woro not from fright but
from tho loss of n llttlo red wa
gon, that wont to tho bottom whon
alio foil ovorbonrd, Sho was nono
tho worso for her oxporlonco. Ho
wns unable to ascertain tho child's
nnmo, but tlio nnino of an aunt
with hor was Mrs. Mlllor.
Got hor a "Wejir-Hver" Aliiml
ntint Cooking Assortment $5.00,
$10, SUO, at Pioneer Hnidwnro Co.
Band Danco Eaglos Hall, Christ
SPECIAL SALE of BRASS GOODS
at NORTON HANSEN'S TWO
Piece of Clothing from Weof-
derburn Matches Coat
Found on Body.
SAID TO BE KIND
CAPT. JOHNSON WORE
Adjourn Until More Evitfence
Can Be Secured Cloth
ing Sent South.
Tho mystery surrounding the
dend body found near TnrhcciH
Point last Monday took n now turs
this afternoon when tho Coronort
Jury resumed tlio Inquest. To
Wcddorhurn Trading Company to
day sent n small plcco of goodn tu
Coroner Wilson, which wa aup
posed to bo n ploco of tho clothlnr
that Capt. Gun Johnson of tlio Ov
proy wiib wearing when ho wob Kat
on tho Cooa Bay bar Novomlw X:.
Tho Ploro of cloth matched wllH.
plcco of tho coat that was on tliw
corpso and wiih pronounced bv 1.
W. Planz to ho Identical.
This camo as a surprlso to tttw
Jurors na Bovornl wltnesso wlicv
had known Capt. Johnson well RnS
testified thnt ti.oy woro aura titer
body wnB not his. Evon Mnnrwar
Loath of tho Woddorbtirn Trailing
Co., In tho letter Rout with tho
Ramplo of cloth, said that thor
woro practically miro tbat tho hodjr
wob not Johiiflon'M.
Tho Coroner's Jury hod practic
ally innilo up tholr minds thnf rt
wna not Johnson's body and tho
ovldcnro camo aa a Burprlso tu
them, llowevor, as tho other ovr
donco tended to show thnt It wav
not Johnson's body, thoy ndjounii-'
ed to consldor tho caso further bo-
foro brlnulni: In n vordtct.
,.,.!' Z:. p'!!"?. "B!i.l!lBt "iT cJo"z:
consequently tho Coroner's Jury rflffl
not consider tho fact conclunfw
n8 (horo WB n ,lk0,l00l, of tIloro,
bolng mnny Biilta of tho siimoi
Coroner Wilson announced tfmC
ho would send all tlio clothfnc:
found on tho corpso to WoiMorntirzx
nnd try nnd hnvo tho widow off
Cnpt. Johnson lilontlfy It If It 5s
Johnson's. Ho will nlso hnru tliot
testimony of Mrs. Johnson tnkaxu
thoro ns to a dotnlled description
of tho body of her liusbiiui).
Today Dr. 15. Mlngiia wna thei
.principal witness. Ho tostlflnd tnntf:
tlio posr-mortom examination dTdi
not rovenl nny trncea of crliiitf. TT
snld thnt owing to tlio length offl
tlmo tho body hnd boon in tka
I wotor, It won dllllpiilt to Bny what.
tho cniifio of dnnth mlg-t hnvtt
hcon. Ho Bold Hint thoro wow nc
bIkIIB Of VlolonCO 011(1 Hint !C
-- - .. ,. . .. .
would" bo practically Impnsalbto tw
any .wliothor poison might havta
been tho cnuso of donth.
Ho Bald that tho body wna thot
roiunlna of a aparo. loan mnn Il
tiiought tho mnn might hnvo boara
40 yonra old or over.
Coronor Wilson rend n tologrnrns
from tho War dopnrtmont giving i
description of Win. Joynor. Jr.
stated that Joynor had onllstedl
under tho name of William A
Jolnor In Compnny C, Fifth Infun
try, Nov. C, 1000, nnd hnd boor
honorably discharged April 4, tfM3..
Ho hnd bluo oyos. dnrk brown hrr
and waa G foot OVj Inchea tall tt
tho tlmo of onllstmont. Ho had n
Bear on tho lott palm at tho base
of tho third flngor and a scar aw
tho tip of tho third flngor of the
Nonrly oil of tho wltnosseK iibw
testified hnd glvon Joynor's hotghtt:
ns G foot 11 Inchea or G feet lO
A tologrnm from tho Wcddor
hurn Trading Co. statod that Cnpir
Oua Johnson was not ovor 5 fcoC
8 Inches tall, or G foot 0 lncbc
Dr. Mlngus sold that ho couldJ
not find any trnco of a scar on
tho palm of tho hnnd of tho corpses
hut tho senr was found on tho tfrn
of tho flngor llko tho U. S. nrroj
doscrlptlon of Joynor called for.
O. S. Torroy, ono of tlio Jurom.
stated today that tho body at Tar
heol wna found by two little boys
Instond of hy tho Fostor lad, as
was first roported.
J. R. Llghtnor, ono of tho Jur
ors, wna iinablo to bo prcsont C
tho hearing today on account of lir
noss. It will probnbly bo novoral dayet
boforo additional ovldonco Is ro
colvod from Wcddorhurn aa ten
Capt. Johnson's description and bo
foro tho Jury can tnko "P tho
innttor up again.
FRESH OLYMPIA and EASTETTW
OYSTERS Just rccolvod. PHONTC
ORDERS TO COOS BAY 1(13 ANT
COLD STORE CO. PHONE 73.
For HOLIDAY BROI'? -t
NORTON . HANSEV'S tvon'n