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MAN CAN DO HIS BEST TODAY AND STILL Kg OF DOING BETTER TOMORROW
(Eons lag Sittts
I ..iiu'lt OF AUTHORITY'
in Mni""c,llI , is fr tho city
a s"6 ,,,Ht ,,,,,,
nil tllO Hlllf.
watch Tin: want ai3.
Tlii'i'c arc many good Imrgnlsa
(o do found there. Anything
lost or found Is ulwnjs udver
tlbed In Tlio Times.
join tiu: '"""' "
MEMI1EII OF THE ASSOCIATED PItES
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XXXVI.lfo Co't Bl.ll.
MARSHFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1913 EVENING EDITION.
A. Consolidation of Times, Const Mall
nnd Coos liny Advertiser.
ma FOR BIG MINING SWINDLE
ii nMidink kfifW-
cs n. ."'""'nl. nf
lured Alter a wwau u.
HER NUuiiviuMi hi
I .j ii Tinninnrlniis For-
Le by Using Mails to '
I AI.IM Tr.M to Coo. Hr Tln.M.l
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lOSTO. . nn -? -
(Ohio o ruRO of tlio malls In a
n'l.i i. .n ......tiniF t in arrival
he federal ollUers from Clove
"l. . - ,.,,.iPi.rn four in 11-
companies of Mnlio and Oregon.
i:u, known i ,'J'i,i')1
i "'.tfl t. o " " Tlmw.1
OHTr,Nn J.n S Tl.o wnr-
for JfMfii"1'' "" "
. . ... n I..K lnaf lllll
meli n tircnnHirc annotinromont
1,5 brother ThnmnB. who Ih mip-
t to do in .hm-" ""
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in iur' ir- " " -. - -
Tr:rr.-m v. ri I sued, and gov-
... ' ..il rlil a .iiiiiiiiftll IllPV
tclrlm! M It wn staled
' el'tl lull pnMNtiM.v Kiiiiu
, i. ...i .1.. fill Hull lilt WilH
,.in.r" mi' "
flcl In lii.-'on t'liv would bonr
Iht tli nr ! M' d"l "''
. i ... it.i I., l nil.! lie U'nll
Milicro, his rnoi l..i ular Might to
.1 -I..I... I..inltii-i u twtlll
linO 111 1110 lllllllir liurilliro .IV. I. .f.
i rcnicmucri'ii niiu.
BT LINE TODAY
Peter Catacvitch Victim of an
Accident at Coaletlo Camp
l'olor Oiitavloli. an AiiHtrlnn work
man at Smltli-I'oworH Camp -', wan
liiHtnntly hilled IIiIh foronoon about
1 1 o'clock by beliif? ntrnclc by u lino.
IIIh Hknll wiih eriiHbcd.
Catavlcb wiih about thirty years
old and lint! been In tlio employ of
tlio Sniltli-rowcrH Company for about
u year. Ho formerly bad hoiiio iiiiih
Iiih on tlio Hay but (licit- prudent
wlioreaboutH Ih unknown.
Tlio body wiih broiiKhl boro today
noon from Coaludo. it Ih not likely
that aiiy'lniiuHt will bo bold.
Wm. (larrott Ih now foreman of tlio
Smltb-l'oworH Camp No L at Conic
do, where tlio nccldint ocourrcil.
COOS BAY HIS
RENT FOB PIE
publicans Make Determined
IStand for Confirmation
ft ' '(I f i to cm ir Tlm.J
RSIIIVfiTOX .l.in ". After
r:r.n cf 'p Kcniilillian houii-
i ",' In vliidi a plan to flKlit
t o rnnflru illrm nt 1'i-tiHlilniit
li'i hc'tl-iip nonilimtioiiH will bu
rd nil ii, n uni'ir Miioot niovon
ei"cutlvo r -Ion of tlio Hcnato
i tho liki cf holdiiiK tliu Ri
19 I' I!K r a (iiiortiiM could lio
t. 7 It'.'jlilli us bud ironi-
I tO rc'l'nlll In Iholr Kimtu In
J iin quiTtii'i nial to ropoat inn-
ii every ciav riu. DoiiiocrntH nro
'"r ilet-risilitp 1 to permit no
ilraaMon otter than navy, army
uipiomaMr uoniiiiatiotm. and a
(1 ftru'lo i iii-iiliMitn n'lm
(Qtllcna "tlcriincii to consider
rrCUOSal lrmlrv l.. thn natiwiopnl.
fi,,, for a Joint conimlUeo to
cr mo nouilnatlmiH and select
e lor rnnririnntimi '. .,..
. : - ..... . iiu ii"-
J.ouni1 no B,PI"frt nmoiiK tho
Q executivn Kcfii.,,, m,.ii .1,
V .1 ""ll ..If. I 1 lllll, III1T
-w-MIc floor leailor. staled that
; wmocrats would contlnuo to
e action on the majority of tlio
l aimolntnu.nic ii.. .I....1 i
;t the Democrats did not fear tho
' (.it.. . " "'" l'l'ioiriniiuu
ih-l ;!?,!?', ,,a8Sa boforo Mnrch
W could b0 ,iasse(, , tJl0 oxtrft
The nniMu... . .
soil,! V. , "" l"eug presented
TJ ""A '" "..lt "Pon
laflextw ii. ,n,orB ,)lxon ana
totlw n if.' "iro "0l ti'oro,
eir..R?,puW,cnn" of " clllB8e8
t and M -'wgreBBlvcB wero pros-
'i With ., ' wlT0 " nc"
5h hM ?P. f th0 Ctl,,0Ua
nd nn .?. iha . caeh caso must
- - s mcrua
hck Rose Dies from Injuries
,mpos?d by Sailor Smith
"' mew York.
oi , ,, lK- Jan. as chick
' .V.re "rtfr died to, Sv
Vh la thn .7 ,',uw received
f r''S SlMn "K r0U1Ul Of ft
:f" and !.' Sm-". Tho
istm ua Smith hnvo !, "
ue fa?nr.u SPPcfTri TFFV
" CKNTS POUND.
City Council Makes Award Af
ter Careful Examination
of Circulation. '
The Mni'HhfloIrd city council last
ovoiiIiik miido tho Cooh llav TInum
olllelal paper of tlio city anil award
ed tho contract for prlutliiK tho
clty'H IokiiI notlcoH for the kiihuIiik
year to this pnpur. Tills action fol
lowed it report of tho fluniico com
mittee which liuil been luCHtlKat
liiK tho mattor.
Chnlrman Allen reporlcd tUu tin
ciiniinlttoo had koiio Into tho clr
ciilntlon of tho papers fnotty thor
oiiKhly mid ho iiiinlo tho following
Tho TIiiibh hud n city circulation
or fid '2 In SlnrHhfleld. 100 woro de
livered ut North Heiiil, about TiO
mulled to North Ilend. SI1 dellvoiod
to Uunker lllll and KastHldo. makliu;
n total of DSTi on Cooh liny and tho
bnlanco, makluK a total of l.r.7i!.
wore mnllod. Ho said tlnit- hoiiio
others Included In street hiiIoh for
which thoy bad allowed credit to
another pupor should lio added to
this number. Ho said Hint this
number was considerably In cxcohh
of tho number Hint tho Tlnios had
claimed In Its bid,
Anollior paper that had certified
to n list of 1570 subscribers In Its
bid to tho council was found to
have 153n, IiicludliiK 2H or !10 sold
on tho streot. Of this numbor 118
woro.dollverod In Mnrshflold. North
Hend, Enstsldo, Hunker Hill and
Kemdnlo, nBiilnst 085 delivered by
tho Times, and tho balnncu of. Its
list was sent by mail.
Ho niado no rccommoiidiitlon for
Tho Times bid was flvo rents per
lino and tho othor paper wns threo
conts por lino, nn Incronso of two
conts por lino ovor Its rnto of Inst
City Itecordor Ilutlor roportod
that tho amount of city prlntliiK
vniiod consldornldy, thoro boliiB
very llttlo In 1911 and consldornblo
Councilman Albrccht said that
ono cont por lino wns bolow cost
nnd thnt prlntora had Informed him
that flvo conts por lino was only n
fair cliarRo or tlio work. Ho said
that other thnlgs bolng equal, ho
thought that tho business should bo
glvon to an Independent papor In
stead of ono that was plainly start
ed as an organ for some Interest.
Councilman Forguson said that
ho thought tho only thing for tho
council was to docldo whothor thoy
wanted It advortlsed at homo or
outsldo, ns tho Times circulation
was much tho greater at homo.
Councilman Morchnnt said that In
vlow of tlio Times having so much
a largor circulation at homo that
he moved thnt tho contract bo
awarded tho Times. Tho vote was
ayo and nay and tho motion car
ried, but Councilman Alien, who
hnd taken tlio chair in tho absonco
of Mayor Straw, naked that tho roll
ho cnlled. IIo was first to respond
nnd said that ho voted "no" becauso
ho thought tho city should got ev
erything ns cheap as It could. Tho
othors voted In favor of awarding
tho contract to tho Tlmos.
MODHItX WOODMKN" OF AMRIUCA
FXiimiTio.v nitirjj ai hall
Klven by tlio Modern Woodmen of
Aincilcn Drill Town t F.CKHOFF'S
HALL. OUTH 1IFVD. KATI'nDAV,
FEimUAItY 1. MUSIC 1IV KEV
LET US TALK IT OVER
SO.M13 philosopher hns wilttcn nt some time or other that "music
hath charniH to sootho tho savago lircaHt." Thnt philosopher
novor nttondod a meotlng of tho Mnrshflold city council when
a band appropriation was up for dlBCUBslon. If hu hnd he would have
changed his mind and tho world might hnvo missed HiIh mucli quoted
At Inst ovenlng'H mooting of tho council music seemed to drlvo
the savage Into human brcnstH and mnko the mayor mad as tho pro
verbial March hare. It seoms strangely sad and Inappropriate that bo
excollent nn association organized for tho production and promotion
of harmony Bhonhl bo provocatlvo of so much discord.
There was no division or discord ns to merits of the band or Hb
necessity to tho community. The only question Involved was .as to
tho method of providing funtlH foi Its eontlniinuoe.
Tho council wiih well within Its lights In tho action thnt wns
taken. Tin re will bo regrot thnt tho impropriation wns not continued,
but as was stnted by ono member, ono of tho provisions of tho charter
prevent such impropriation being legally mndo except by ordinance.
Tho suggestion of Councilman Winkler that tho matter bo pln.ced ui
to tho people for action at an election Is probably tho best method of
settling tho problem permanently.
Tho Times believes that Marshllold needs n mimical organization
Hiich nn tho present oxcollont band and that proper provision should bo
mndo for Its maintenance. Any Insplratlonnl nnd uplifting Influence
Hhould not bo neglected In a ploneor community. In our search for
tho real wo should not forgot the ideal. Souls need nourishment ns
well as bodies. Wo need music nH well ns inent. Hoses nro as nccos
snry In a well-rounded llfo as roaBt beef. Souls should not bo starved
to mnko hodloH grosH and great. Wo should strlvo to cultlvnto tho
bountiful iih well as tho material. Tho problem for tho people of
Mnrshfleld Is how to provide the funds needed for this musical organ
Intlon. Councilman Ferguson pointed out that with tho ninny Important
public Improvements tho present tax would not bo sullleleut to meet
tho regular requiiemontH and provide tho hand appropriation. This
being truo. It becomoH noroiwiry to find some manner In which to
meet th contingency Hint has arlson. Thoro Is no need for either
hysteria or hummeiing.
The Times thinks that tho most oqultablo manner to moot this
uecpMHiry expenditure Is by taxation, but until such tlnio ns wo can
secure It there should bo HiiMlelent patriotism In tho poopio to provide
funds for tho maintenance of tho band.
Captain Olsen and Crew of 20
of the Samoa Are Rescued
Today by Point Reyes Life
i SAN FIIANCISCO. .Ian. 28.
i Tlio latest report Ih that tho
lumber schooner Samoa Ih
j pounding heavily and will llko
I ly prove a total loss.
lljr Awo-lilel I'rMi to Com llijr Tlm J
SAN FHANCISCO. .Ian. 28.- The1
lumber schooner S'linoa, bound
from Caspar. Mendocino county, foi
San Francisco, Is nshoro north of
tho Pojnt Jloyes llfo snvlng station
today In u douso fog. Tho sea Is
smooth, but tho weather Is so thick
It could not lie told whether her
position Is dnugerous or not. Tho
llfo hiiu'ih hnvo put out to tho res
cue. 'Plie Samoa Is In command of
Captnln Olsen and carries u crew
Captnln Olson nnd a crow of
twontj wero brought safely nshoro
In the breeches buoy by tho Point
Heyes uvo saving crow
AT THE COORCIL1 LINE Tfl BAY
Mayor Straw Has Old-Fash-'
ioned Session Makes At- I
tack on Albrccht.
'IMw. 'Mnrulifliilil ellv council for a '
few minutes last evening was con
vni'tml lulu (inn nf Mnvnr Straw's
old-fashioned sessions of tho body.
incidentally it looiced iih tiiougu
City Hocorder Ilutlor, City Attorney
(loss and Marshal Carter might
hnvo to Invoke tho nnti-prlzo light
ing ordlunnco, but It piiBsod ovor
and no trouble rosulted, ;
'Plin spf S i-fiinn nil III tlio (lis-'
cussloii of tho mntntonanco of tho
Coos Hay Coucort Hand. Council
man Albrccht wns discussing tho po-
Htlnn nulHtur thn roillicil to lict
and stated that hoiiio of tho sign
ers hnd como to him ami stated i
thnt thoy had signed tho petition1
linnnuun tlinv nmilll lint llllllliclv Oil-
poso tho bnnd, but thnt thoy wero
In favor of supporting mo unnn
by subscription rnthor thnn othor
wlso. Ho said that ho would Ilko
to seo thorn boforo tnklng final no
tion on It. I
wim Is it that takes that stand?" i
Inquired Mayor Straw.
"I nm not going to stnto his
namo horo." ropllod Mr. Albrecht.
Dut I Insist on Knowing," re-
.1 tin. innvnr nnil linnilnil nut a'
lllll I tit l(U I 4 t " I
tho city, In fact I am It nnd I
want tn know. There's no uso In,
out being so mysterious."
"I nm not going to ten," ropueu
Albrecht. "You don't toll ovory-
thing about things you spring hero
or who has suggested It." '
"You'ro a damn liar If you In
sinuate that I am trying to spring
anything shady In this council," lu
tnrriiiitPri Mnvnr Straw. "I am not'
going to havo you got up horo and
Infer that about mo. vou cnni sup
anything ilko that on mo, horo. or
nnv nlnco. I'll adlourn council right'
i - "...... i
away and we'll sottio u."
"I havo tho floor and nm taiK-inn-
" Rtnrtod lii Albrecht. .
lint vnn pnii't talk Ilko that
about mo," Intorruptcd tho mayor.
"I am not going to stanu ior n. ;
"That's all right," replied Al
brecht. "I didn't Infor anything in
my romarks. I was simply talking
about this mattor." j
Timrn woro othor mildor romarks i
and tho Incident wont over.
Voto Against Uwid.
r. . .i, ... o.t,..'o ovlitliltlnn
of Iro, tho council voted on tho
proposition to contlnuo its monthly,
donation of $150 to suPPorttlio
nlln.l thn mnvnr. nnd handod out a
fnu- nimtcn ml lect Ives describing tho
Individual. "I am tho mayor of
(Continued on Page Four.)
Engineer Fontain Makes Re
port on Developments in
EUGENE. Jan. 28. Fair pro
gress, considering tho woather, Is
being mndo on tho Southern Pacific
Company's lino from Eugeno to
Coos Hay, nccordlng to W. P. Fon
tnln, tho Southern Pacific onglneur
1 it charge.
Clearing of tlio right of way bo
tweou Not! tunnel and Mapleton has
been going on continuously since
last August and It Is now fully 75
por cent completed. Work on the
NotI tunnel Is ovor two-thirds com
plotod nnd the work is woli started
on tunnel No. 2. a fow inllos west
of Walton postofflco.
At tho Notl tunnel work Is be
ing prosecuted from tho onstom
ond and Is now In 1C00 feet. Tlio
western portal has been cleared
and tlio boro Is far enough along to
bo underground, but tho weather
makes It impossible to work from
that ond now. Threo to four
months' work will completo tho re
maining 900 foot of tunnol, how
ever, nnd by that tlmo tunnol No.
2 which is n short ono, will also
Grading for tho now rond Is com
ploto, ready for tho rails, as far as
Elmirn, 13 miles west of Eugeno,
and these will bo laid just as soon
ns the grado Is dry enough In tho
spring. For tho six or soven miles
between Elmtra and tho Notl tun
nel there nro soveral largo tills yet
to bo m ado, but this work cannot
bo dono until tho concrete openings
nro put in for tho water courses.
This, Mr. Fontain estimates, will re
quire a month.
When tho big tunnol Is finished,
grading can bo dono on the next six
or eight miles down Wildcat creek,
boforo heavy grading bogins again.
Activity botwecn Mnploton nnd
Coos Day Is confined to tho tunnel
work nonr flardlnor.
Thoro wero reports on tho Coast
the first of tho week that tho routo
was to bo changed to go west of
Tslltcoos Lako, following the survoy
of tho Pacific Great Western, which
was bought last year by tho South
ern Pacific, but Mr. Fontain says lie
has no knowlodgo of such a pro
A bargo load of suppllos, Includ
ing a steam shovol of C5 yards ca
pacity nnd two sots of oqulpmont
ror gravel trains woro rocoiveu
above Mapleton tho first of tho
week, and thero Is another bargo
loaded at Yaqiilna, to bo brought to
tho Sluslaw as soon as tho tug can
UNITED STATES STEEL CO.
ENJOYED RAILWAY DEBAT
Jas. Thorpe, Winner of Olym
pic Games, Found to Be
Ill AmoiUIimI rrrti to Cool liar Tltnni,
NEW YOUK. Jan. 2S. Although
America still leads all nations as
a point winner nt tho Olympic
games, notwithstanding the confess
ed professionalism of .lames Thorpe,
tho Indian, who won tho most points
of any Individual nt tho Pentathlon
nnd their subsequent Iohh by lilm,
tho Amorlran Olympic committee
fntes today tho unhappy duty of
returning to Sweden tho handsome
trophies awarded tho Indian, while
tho Amateur Athletic Union must
ihvIho nil Its records, lly virtue or
(bene changes. Martin Sheridan, a
New York policeman, automatically
resumed his title ns champion all
around amateur nthlotlcs in Am
erica. Sheridan said today that he
found no comfort In n title restored
under such circumstances,
Several State Legislatures
Confer Togas on Citizens
Ilr AwodilM I'rMi to Cook rmr TIkim.
COLUMDUS. S. C Jnn. 28. U. S.
Sonntor Hon Tlllmnn wns roolccted
today at sosslonn of botli. linuson of
tho loglslnturo for tho fourth con
Now Mexico Elects.
Ittr A'litl I'm to Com lUr Tlraw J
SANTA FE. Jnn. 28. Sonntor A.
H. Fall wiih chosen sonntor today by
tho two Iiouhos of tho legislature sep
arately. Ills election will bo ratified
Kansas Uyis Now Senator.
Pf AmocIoiM I'm to Coo IUj Tlinr.
TOPEICA, Jan. 28. Judgo Wil
liam H. Thompson of Gnrdou was
choson U, S. Sonntor to succeed Char
les Curtis, Icopubllctui, by tho Kansas
legislature In soparato sosslous to
day. Thompson will bo formally
olectcd at a Joint session tomoffow.
Wnrivn Wins In Wyoming.
Wr Aoltlo4 I'm to Coo nr Time,
CHEYENNE, Jnn. 28. Sonator
Warren rocolvod his fifth oloctlon to
U. S. Senate today when tho logls
laturo In Joint session by n majority
ovor Kondrlck n Democrat. Warren
received !5 nnd Kondrlck 38 votes.
Manson, who champlonod the pro
gressive cause, rofusod to voto for
Steamer in Yesterday from
San Francisco Will Sail
Tho Itedondo arrived yesterday af
tornoon from Snn Francisco, Slio
had a. big cargo of freight, most of
It bolng for tho Smlth-Powors Com
pany and Wlllott & llurr. Sho also
brought In material for tho now elec
tric craln nt tho Smith mill to ro
placo tho ono recontly destroyed In
The Redondo will sail at 3 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon for San Fran
cisco, Among thoso arriving on tho Re
dondo woro the following:
C. G. Ilockett, Mrs. C. G. Hockott,
Frank Wayno, Mrs. F. Wnyno. Miss
L. Wayno, Ed Mosor, R. II. Smith,
P. 11. Vundorborg, J. N. Lonx. J. W.
Ross, Goo. Doll, Alva. Doll, J. hum
by, Mrs. J. Guttloben, Mrs. J. V.
Ross, Ii. F. Crouch, P. S. Wright, V.
S. Jonklns, Frank Ackorly, Mrs. E.
R. Rogers, E. P. Rogors, h. F. Hart,
F. Johnson, G. Johnson, A. Nolson,
C. Gnrnoss, II. Andorson, T. Albort,
C. Lund. J. Gray. J. Connor, A. In
gram, A. Hull, T. Papns (1. Minns, D.
Chris, P. Mick and Mr. Kolloy.
Sartor's MIXED CAVDY in
CENTS PICU POUND at SARTER'S.
Some Sensational Testimony.'
Given at Today's Hearing
of Big Suit.
HIBLING, MINN., MAN
PROVES STAR WITNESS
Tells That Corporation Had 35
Cents Per Ton Advantage.
ttlr AhocUIcJ Tret to Coo Dr Tnn.f
NEW YORK. Jan. 28. Testimony
to suppoit the contention thnt ttie
Hill ore lands wero leaser br tb
United States Steel Corporation tc
keep them from competition wns gt
en at today's hearing of tlio totfar
suit to dissolve tho corporation I'
ll. Nelson, a Hlbblng. Minn., csptirft.
told of tho value of tho ore boifMi
In the lease, which was cancolled by
tho corporations shortly before t?ic
llllng of the prcnont suit. Nelsoc
said thnt high frolght charge Vr
tho corporation ovor Its oro carrylwr
railroails hindered Independent
" Huh the steel corporation Giijor)'
n "transportation profit of 35 ert
per ton adrntngo over the compnus
that has no railroad of Its nun"
asked the copnsel for tho govern
ment. "Nattn'Mly." replied tho wltntw..
"Rates eliminate all competition '
Coos County Bar Associations
Favors Reforms in Present
Regulations of Court-
At n mooting of tho Coos CoiuiM".
liar association In Coqulllo last uv
oiilng, a number of ImporUut
changes In existing laws gnvomttiK
tho courts wore urged. Prosldva:
C. F. McKnlght returnod today frotr
the meeting, which was attended b
many of the lawyers.
Judgo Coko, Judge Unll Hti
County Clerk Watson, wore ai
polntod a committee to draft a. ',tl.,
providing for changing tho dates af
tonus of circuit court to datoa mora
convenient to tho rnueheiu, busi
ness men and othors. It Is proposed!
to havo tho regular tonus convened!
on tho fourth Monday In May. tlim
fourth Monday In October mid txtet
third .Monday In February. Senator
Smith will ho asked to securv thu
enactmout of tho bill.
Tho association also recommend
ed thnt In addition to the sheriff,
any citizen ovor 21 yoars old, ocn&
those dliectly Interested In tlm ciuc
lie empowored to servo HUiunimre.
This will rduc the cost of sorvhtfr
summons on the Hay from about
$3.00 to twenty centH mid will ,
It was also rocommouilod tfiat
tho olllco of county Judgo bo abol
ished and that n circuit Judge
appointed for oaoh county to fiait
dlo the busluoks horotofore cointnt-,
up In tho county court.
It wns recommended that iUn
tlmo for tnklng appeals from the
circuit court to tho supronm rourc
bo reduced from six mouth ir
It wns rooonimendod thnt the rtlte
trlct attorney lio pormlttod to na'xa
minor chaugos in IndlctinontK iy"
motion to the circuit judgo, Instead
of resubmitting tnom to tho gcnuM
It was reconiinondcd that tho time
for examining Jurors bo limited unui
tho circuit Judgo empowored to ex
tend It If It Is deomod necessary
It was rccommonded that In pro
ducts of over 3000 population, ttto
Justlco of tho pcaco bo required ro
bo a licensed pinctlsing lawjw.
This will enable tho trial of iimny
small cases In justice court that ft re
now taken up In circuit court.
Sl'FFHAGirrTKS TO .7AIT.
Three Loudon Women Scut to .rum
For Hoisting Poller,
(Dr AmocIMcJ I'ro to boo liar Tlm7
LONDON, Jan. 28. Mrs. Doi
pard, a prominent militant suffra
gotto, nnd two companions, were
sentenced to 14 days' Imprisonment"
today on tho charco of roslstlng tU
pollco when tho latter dispersed iu
meotlng In Trafalgar Squaro lat
night. Mrs. Despard rofused to pa?'
a flno of ?10 and wont to Jail ha
SullVngettcs Itlot In Loudon aiwC
nr AoilUx rrt to Coo Pr Tlcne1
LONDON, Jnn. 28. Suffragette
lost no tlmo todny in opening thei
mllltant campaign. In Dublin tb
niado a concortod attack at noot .n
tho windows of Dublin castle, mns.ft -lng
sevoral Threo suffrngottes wi'1""
arrested. In London, too, they d
plajed great vigor.