The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, January 29, 1913, EVENING EDITION, Image 1

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WATCH Til 15 WANT ADS.
There nrc ninny Rood bargains
lo 1)0 found (here. Anything
lost or found Ih always ndver
(lscd In Tlio Tinics.
MEMHEH OP THE ASSOCIATED I'HES
wwvil Established In 187fl
OL XXaVI. tiiq Const Mull.
MARSHFIELD, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1913 EVENING EDITION.
&. Consolidation of Times, Coast Mali n lee
and Coos Uny Advertiser. yu ,DO,
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II GOQUILLE PLEAD GUILTY
int Akers of North Bend Ac-
knOWlCtlCjes nuuuuy u.
North Bond News Co.
1GGER TIME CHECK
RAISER ALSO GUILTY.
; W. Wright Who Passed Bo
nus ChccKs Mere hsks
For Time.
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COQU.M-K.0re.hu.. 29.-, -eo
Hsoncrs were uihuk-"
fe Coke today on InillrlinontB re-
try. wiiii'ii is " " "i""
A," Scott, nllas Wllllnnm. plondod
Dili)' tO nil IIHIIl'H"' '" ,""IK'e ""
ith rcrcliiiu: money iimior nuso
lice J a juy l"'k "f tllc Smllh-Pow-
i camp ni ' "' a" """ """" "
tlio I'oniiin Fanners mid Mor-
hanti l'.ink "' "lso l'w(Ml ,l 'I""'
tr of bo.-.n in k I" Coiiulllo. A
konl Inilli'iuiiu wis roiurncu
win t lilm "i "' whs oiuy nr-
iilRncil rn " .....
Clint AKiM l .mhi ii ni'iiii uu-
fcrcd n iika or mlliy to nil miiiri-
!cnt flr.rr.ln Mm tho uurg
ry of tlio North l.i'iid News Coin-
on)'
I J V rl!;hi Uir liiillvldunl who
nicd l)('.;ua Iie U on C'nl Wright
nj A II Smith r Mnrsiuioid aim
fccurt'il n loan of sj from Tom Hull
' Mar.-htlcld n-kul for another dny
i which to nli ail Wright was om-
Hoyctl hero for a time as nn ubstract-
and clnlniH to have neon a lawyer
Kentucky nml Texas nnd iuho to
ao licM tlio io-ltIou of Judgo at
tic time,
JiuUjo Coko nmioiincod tlmt hoii-
tllC 8 WOlllll 1M IlilllDHOll I'l'lllliy
lornlni; at 9 o' Io k
Mmiry l,iiM". ( n.o.
Tlio ii'D of HirHli h. Klimuy, In
Dlvlnir the ulc of the Htoamur Llb-
rly hy Cniitnia McLean mid otlioi'H
JIaJcr Mniuy on Cook Day n few
i.ira nr;n. tirniliialid liy Judge Colto
btriKtlnjT n nlln for ?1'0,S1 1 for
bo ina'ntlfftf, The uuo Involved
bno of the pools sMited by Klniuiy
. tlio time of (lie Han Id Trims t urn-
lotion, Major Kinney announced
Mar that h will probably auk for it
lew trial,
I'nikor Ciim I'n.
Tho c - if J.uk Parker. ndmlulH-
fator of th cMaie of his hrothor,
tho nrs killed wh'-n IiIh inotoreyelo
Plllueil nllli n wooilnllo on South
Irc2day In .Mai hllrld it few niontliH
FO, vs. the V A Smith Comimnv
till City of M.inilllU 1,1 In nn trlnl
Nay. It will be hard fouuht.
A. P. I)al8, W X Kklihul. John
Eoontz, Wallate Atkhy. Ross Smith
111 CliarlCS Illlllm m. mnniin II. n
I'tnesc s In the tao
ON JAIL CELL
Wrecks Two Sections of Co
cuiille City Bastile With
Bed for Battering Ram.
(Spoclal to tho Times)
COQITIMil-;, .Inn. i!i).- An un
known louKcr proved to ho it very
deHperato eharacler. when arieflted
hero lnHt nlKlit for driinl oiiiiohh. Ho
wiih nut In tho llrdt cell of tlio cltv
Jail and tho mnrttliiil had hardly
K"t up tho Htreot jikmIii when the
loKKor wiih hopii out wahtiim about.
It KeeiiiH that ho tore up ilio hod
In tho roll nnd ukoi! It hk n battering
room to knock tho Iimi-m out of the
door, out of whleli he erawled mid
eame to town. huyliiK a hottlo of
whlHkoy, and hoiiio tohneco, and
erawlod hack Into IiIh ooli.
When the nlKht miirMhal wan noi
Ifled tho mini wax put lu tho other
roll to upend tho rent of tho night.
It wax not Ioiik. however, before ho
had the lied torn up and wiih trying
to got out of that one, having two
of the burn out of tho door when
tho miti'Hhnl hurried to the Jail, hav
ing been Informed by u puHBcrby
what wiih taking place.
The mnii wnH taken to the enmity
Jail at tho court Iiouho ami will pro-
naiiiy Ho Henteiieed to a Hliort term
for an attempt to break Jail,
1 THKLb H INUIUfhU IHIRTY SUFFnAGEHES TO JA L WOMEN Wl
Militant Women Cause More
Trouble in English Capital
and Make Threats About
the Future.
Illy Aorlite,l Prcn to Coos najr llnici.
LONDON, Jnn. 20 "General" Mro.
Driinimond nnd thirty other militant
HUffragultiM will Bpond the next four
teen iluyu In Jnll nn a remilt of their
dotorinlnatlon to forco Uavld-Lloyd
Oeorge, Chnnrellor of the exchequer
to receive thoni In tho lloimo of Com
mend hiHt evening. Mru. Druniimmd
couiplalnuil that the police handled
her roughly when they (treated hor,
Haying thoy throw her In tho mud.
It In now "war to the knife," Hho
told tho innglHtrnlo. "You nnd .Air.
Moyd (leorgo have lot or trouble
ahead of you. You will have to do
tho ISOrty work and you will have
plenty of It." Tho women refused
option pitying line.
Tho fnvorlto nickname given to
tho militant mtffrngettcs In London
Ih "HaBliIbnzouressea."
Sl'KKHAOHTTKH HHXTKXCKI).
Mr Amoiltlril PrcM to Coot Ilr Tlmra,
I)UILIN, Irelnnd, Jan. 29. Tho
three suffragettes, who were nrrcsted
yestordny for hrenklng wIikIowh In
Dublin cnstele, woro sontenccd to a
mouth's bard lnbor each.
OHM
D
IL
I
ojed Athlete Receives Offers
om bix uifferent Clubs;
Lost His Medals.
I'vpuv1:' r,f" ,0 ro" ' ti-m.1
Woe th. p'.i .nM' -- Jft,uca
thlete lo,Carll8l ,m,1 Bchool
fiwe. Whose rnpntif ..ii..i ..i -
fme as th. ,T. "T.,. '" '"ui. or
tlcchnnii,in. . ,8.n" rouml o-
wearinT.i '"'. "Ilvu l" ciio co
the hf'i0, Unlorm or any one
on n5B t0. "Porte today. In
'. SStaVif.7 ' Chicago and
ClnclnnaVl Vn "I"1 l ltt8u"n5
,J both th ,.nUo,nn,B' U J "'
ev York nroTJ ' ,ubuo clubs In
rK are open to him.
SWLSnovxSFOIMVIFK.
r' omcertir: ..... ...
c .i -" non
IB; Au, Mtldli,
CHEYENN-pr";,0CrD" T'raesl
! "taer arrest tv u" ""aniry,
r suwns vbIiia.1 oV .."" l" moil
h. 'as'c'nL11'" pother olllcor.
lj all0f :est I'otnt. The theft.
K11 the PeVi ie ,'? w,ol-8 woro vis-
TO WED 5
Well Known Marshfield Man
and Miss Grace E. Turncy
to Wed Tomorrow.
John Kronbolm. om" of tho heBt
known young men lu MaiHhllold, and
for years prominently Idonttlled with
tho Magneu & .Matmin store, will ho
married at Uamlon tomorrow, the
hrldo-to-ho being MIh (irace K. Tur
noy. Tho coroniony will tako placo
ut the home of MIsh Turney'H uncle,
C. A. Dauo.
MIhh Turncy Is qulto well known
on the Hay, having visited horo last
summer with hor cousin, Mali- Dano,
nnd with frlemlH here. Sho eamo horo
from Hood Hlvor, Oregon, whoro sho
taught school. Hho Ih a most charm
ing young womauv
Tho Hows of tho nuptlnls cnino as n
decided surprlHO to many frlemlH hero
today. Mr. Kronholm loft this morn
ing for Ilnndon.
Tho will mnko tholr homo In
Mnrshllold.
NEW SENATORS
ARE DEMOCRATS
Arkansas and Kansas Lccjisla-.
tures Choose New
Members Today.
Illr Awo(lH I'rwt io Coot IH; Tln'M.
LITTLH UOCIC, Ark., Jnn. 29.
Joseph T. Hoblnson, n Democrnt.
wiih elected U. s. Sonntor to succcod
Jeff DavlH.
Topeka, Khh., Jnn. 29. William
H. ThonipHon wiih elected U. S. Son
ntor to succeed Charles Curtis.
Thompson Ih a Democrat.
NORTH BEND AS
llltKAK WINDOWS.
Ilr AmoiImoiI l'rrit to Coon l)r Tlmrt.
LONDON, .Inn. 29. The mllltunt
siiffragottoH bonibnrded tho windows
of the homo otllec In White Hall with
stones Inst evening. Two women
were arrested
TURKS OFFER
BETJEIHERMS
Expect Concessions to Be
Made in Answer to Note
of European Powers.
(Ilr AmotUIM 1'rfn o C001 nr TlniM )
CONSTANTINOI'LK, Jan. 29.
Important concessloiiH aro expected
to bo inndo by Turkey In her reply
to tho Joint note of Kuropenn pow
ors. Tho reply mny ho mndo tonight.
Tho bnHls of tho solution proposed
by Turkey Is snld to he different from
any yot proposed.
IT TO TAKE PART
IN PARADE AT INAUGURATION1
lll'SKIA AND Al'STHIA.
Ilor-
((iiintiles Clash Over Alba.iii.it
dor Territory.
njr Anoclale.1 I'rfii lo Toot lit Tlinn.
ST. lOTI3ItSnUUQ, Jnn. 29.
Tho present stnto of nffnlrs botweon
HiiBsin nnd Austrlu Is regnrded horo
as oxtromoly dollcato. Tho wnr
party Is now In tho snddlo In Aus
trln. IliiKsIn hns l.GOU.000 men
Borvlng undor tho colors. Trouhlo
over tho boundaries of Albania la
causing tho clash.
for ciiKArrcu SIIOKS.
Underwood Wants to Iteduco Tariff
On Tliem.
(Pf Aiiocltted rrei to Cooi liar Timei.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29. Chair
man Underwood stated that tho
presont tariff on boots jtnd Bhoes
would not bo rotalnod. oh It was
"absolutely prohibitive," and ho said
that tho comlmttoo would wolcomo
suggestions as to whoro tho tax
could ho put botweon ton por cont
and nothing.
MODEL CITY"
Council Decides to Engage Ex
pert Municipal. Engineer
to Prepare Plans.
Tho North Hond cltv council nt n
mooting Inst ovonlng took prelim
inary stopH to ongiigo nn oxport
municipal engineer to come lu nnd
straighten out the city nnd lay It
out along metropolitan linos. Tlio
Idoa Ih to hnvo all tho old nitxupv
In strools, grndos, nnd slmllnr mat
ters corroctod ninjl n general plan
prepared for the whole town nlong
"model city" linos.
A 1ml (IIUrtllUDlllir ilin
Tongth. City Itocorder
was Instructed by tlio
writo to Stnuuard and
of Portland nbout tho
secure tholr terms. Ily
iuiiiih tor nn (no strots,
GERMANY WILL
S
matter nt
Derbyshire
council to
ltlchnrdsou
mntlor and
preparing
flxlnir the
grades, olc.. It Ih flcurod Hint tlio
Inijirovonioiits although dona a pleco
nt n tlnio enn bo mndo to conform
In a gonoral scliomo that will mnko
a "city beautiful" and effect n con
nldorablo saving.
lMnn .Street Work.
Tho council last night ngaln took
up tho proposal of improving Sher
man avontio and Montana Btreot. It
is proposed to go nhond with thorn
this spring and summor.
Thop Ian Is to Impiovo Sherman
from California to tho city park
and Montana from tho Waterfront
to i'ony Jniot. Tho streots aro to
bo grndod amj, paved. Although no
ofllclal action has boon taken, It is
proposed to put lit hard paving. Tho
cost of improvomonts will run
soniowhoro hotween fCO.OOO and
$75,000, probably.
Issues Ultimatum That Europ
eans and Balkans Must
Keep Away from Asia.
Illr Ax!atM rrrti to Cook liar Tlran.
CONSTANTINOPLH, Jan. 29.
"Hands off nil Turkish pohscbhIohs
In Asia," wiih Germany's pointed no
tlllcatloii today to evoryono concern
ed. It was given by tho Gormnu
nmlinssador to Turkey In n speech at
tlio Tcutolla Club's annual dlniior In
honor of Kmperor Wllllnm'H birth
day.
"Tho future of Turkey Hob In Asia
Minor," said tho ambassador. "Gor
man Interests In Asia Minor aro vory
great and bound up with thoso of
Turkoy. Tho recent nolo of tho Kit
ropean powers promised that Turkey
would ho nlded In hor futuro devel
opment. Germany will lend her as
sistance In this cause, in any case,
however, to all Turkish possessions
in Asia, Germany will attach tho la
bol, "Touch mo not."
TO PROBE
LAST CAMPAIGN
Investigation of U. S. Postof
fice Department in Behalf
of President Taft. '
(Hr AmoMMM rrnt lo Cooi nr Tlm
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29. An In
vestigation of tho nllogod activity of
the postolllco dopartmont In connec
tion with Tnft'B campaign is tho fore
cast aB ono of tho HrHt dovolopnicnts
boforo tho sennte campaign expendi
tures committee, na a result of tho
sennte today extending tho commit
tee's authority to cover tho campaign
ending Novombor 0, 1912. Tho reso
lution pnsHcd tlio sonntc without op
position. It is understood tlmt Son
ntor Clapp, chairman of tho Investi
gating committee, contemplates call
ing I'ostniastor General Hitchcock,
Charles D, Hllles, tho Hopubllcan Na
tional chairman, and others connect
ed with tho Republican campaign as
tho llrst witnesses. Representatives
of other political parties also will bo
summoned to tell of the receipts, ex
penditures and political activities be
tween tho nominating convention
and tho election.
American Suffragists Asks
President Taft to Let Fed
eral Employes Aid.
DEMOCRATS HOLD
OUT OLIVE BRANCK
Ask for' Holiday to Make Big
Showing in Washington
Want Employes in.
tnr Anoihtci rrri lo Com nr Tlmnr.S
WASHINGTON. Jan. 29. Tho wo
man suffrage lenders nt n Htreot meet
ing today decided to call upon Presi
dent Taft to cnll a holiday March .7,
to government clerks who wntit tx
pnrtlclpato In tho suffragist parade
Tho committee in charge of the reg
ular inaugural procession March. 4,
has hold out the olive branch to iftw
suffragists by announcing Hint tho
can pnrtlclpato In tho big pagonnt Iff
thoy will nsk for tho opportunity
Tho women scorn the suggestion that
they will conllno tholr marches to
tholr own parodo on March 3.
DUCK SEASON
DATES CHANGE
1
FALLS IH STOItlKS.
STAXDAUI) OIL THIUUTF.XKD.
1 a son.!!!.-' U,B nrroat hns caus-
p,
"M P
WOl'STOV i "! TlraM.J
W ,,1.1 J.nn. 28. sir- t t.
"K'"??tnotpBcodln
LVthrfVoflTrT' ClUlr8etl
VW-Mko n,n U0,-a"Be of al
i 1-jt a . s'n " In her nos-
i , t . .t. ..
neiii.
.yotiT prut .
Una Tin' ,L',0 , Pacific
IW
Pterj
Jhr-
Tons Coiigressmnit Will Press In
vestigation. (nr Auoclalea Prrsn to Com n)f Tlmof 1
WASHINGTON. Jan. 28. A con
gressional Investigation was threat
ened by Representative Garner of
Toxas yesterday if tho Dopartmont of
Justlco falls to press tho prosecu
tion of tho Standard Oil olllclals, In
dicted In Texas. Garner said If tho
Toxas grand Jury adjourned without
furthor action he would Immediately
press an Investigation,
W. O. W. ATTHXTIOX.
Spoclal mooting tonight at tho
loduo rooms. Important business
mattors and dogroe work. Members
aro requested to bo presont.
If you havo anything to sell, rent,
trade, or want help, try a Want Ad.
FIGHT I1LACK HAND.
Colorado Italians Organize Against
Society.
(Or AiiorlaleJ Treat to Cooi IUj Tlrata.
PUKHLO, Colo., Jan. 29. An
Antl-Hlack Hand socloty has been
formed by tho Italian farmers near
horo. Letters domandliiK money un
der tho penalty of death' havo boon
rerolved of lato and about fifty of
tho farmors havo organized to pro
tect thomsolvos. Tnrgot practice is
hold regularly and whonovor ono of
tho memhors Is throatonod an arm
ed guard Is to bo placed about his
homo.
IOWA IX LINK.
Approves Popular Klectlon of V, S.
Sonntors,
Ilr Amo lalej Prex lo Cooi Ha? Tlrau
DKS MOINES, la., Jan. 29.
Without a dissenting voto tho pro
posed amendment to tho fodoral
constitution providing for tho direct
olectlon of Unltod States Senators
was ratified by tho lowor houso ol
tho Iowa legislature.
Xetv York Lawyer Gets I)I.zy While
Loaning Out Window.
(n? AnoclalcJ Prrai lo Cooi liar Tlmfi.)
NI3W YORK, Jan. 29. Slorrls II.
Ileal, n lawyer, whilo sitting on tho
window sill of his olllco, eighteen
stories nbovo tho roof of an ad
joining building, bocamo dizzy to
day nnd fell to tho roof below. Ho
was picked up dead.
TIirXK KXI XKAIt.
Kuropenn Nations X'o Txmger Fear
General War.
tOr AnoclateJ Prcai to Cooi Hay Time.
LONDON, Jan. 29. Tho gravity
of tho situation in Constantinople
Is shown hy largo naval forces con
centrated by tho European powers
at tho ontranco of tho Dnndlnolles.
Whllo clouds aro gathorlng In Con
stantinople, political authorities of
othor nations consider tho general
peaco of Europo no longor In dan
gor. As proof of this point Italy has
disbanded hor army of 100,000 sol
diers, who sorved In Tripoli.
KLKCTOUAL VOTES
CAST FOR WILSOX.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29. Tho
following table shows how tho presi
dential olectoral voto was cast In
forty-olght states:
Wilson and Marshall (D.) ....435
Roosovolt and Johnson (P.) ... 88
Taft and Ilutlor (It.) 8
SEC. FISHER'S FATHER DEAD.
Hr AwoilalM Treu to Cooi Bar Time.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28. Rov.
Danlol A. Fisher, father of Secretary
Fisher of tho Interior Department,
dlod here today of heart failure Ho
was sovonty-flvo years old.
Total
.531
EQUAL SUFFRAGE
IX SOUTH DAKOTA
PIERRE, S. 1, Jan. 29. Tlio
house has passod tho somtto equal
suffrage resolution, 70 to 30, as
suring its submission to tho pooplo
noxt year.
STEAMER SPEEDWELL SAILS
FROM XORTH REND !J O'CLOCK
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JIN. 550,
FOR SX FRANCISCO WITH P S
SENGEHS AND FREIGHT.
Tom Hall Wants it Open a
Month Earlier and Close'
Five Weeks Earlier.
Tom Hall Is circulating n potltlon
nsklng n chnngo lu tho dnto of tho
opon season on ducks on Coos Ray.
Tho potltlon Is to tho Oregon -legis
lature and requests that tlio opon
KoiiHon on Cooh Ray boglu August 1.,
Instond of boptombor l., as nt pres
ont. It also requests that the Benson
closo February 1, InBtoad of March
8, as at present. Tho earlier sonson
will ouahlo local sportsman to get
some of tho ducks that aro hatched
In the Sand Dills near bore, nnd
which lonvo for tho south before tho
sonson opens.
Mr. Hall says Hint tho Bonson on
Cons Hay nnd In tho Coqulllo Valley
differs matorlnlly. Ho uuderfltumlB
that some of tho Coqulllo sportsmon
had a mooting with Roprosontatlvo
Iiarton boforo ho loft for Salem, nt
which thoy advocated changes In tho
dates of tho season, hut tho cbnngos
thoy dcslro would not bo sultablo to
tho nay, henco ho Is going to presont
n potltlon lu tho Interests of the
Coos Way huntors.
Mr. Hall last night wired tho gist
of tho potltlon to Senator Smith nnd
other representatives.
ERS HITS
PROPOSED LAW
Scores Bill to Make Arbitra
tion of Labor Troubles
Compulsory.
Pr AMorlatiKl Trm to Oo nr Tlma,J
NEW YORK, Jan. 129. Compu.
sory arbitration was donounccd to
day by Samuel Gompers. president
of the American Federation of La
bor, at it special mooting of the
National Civic Federation. Goiup
cra declared that the workors would
never allow arbitration undor hucI'.
n law iih Ik proposed by tho bills
now before tho Now York stnto leg
islature. "You mako tlio fltoppaito of worlc
Illegal, hut you won't stop tho us
sortlon of the right or workers It
stop working. You want to got;
away from tho turmoils resultant
from the Indimtrlal conditions and
want to Join you, hut for hoaveu'
snko don't bunion our Iiiwh or om
system or our lives with conditions
that will mnko our troubles u
thousandfold moro."
U) INJURED IN E.VPLOSIOX"
Casting Furnaces RIow Up WJth Had
Results.
in AwoclatM Prm lo Coot jr Time f
CLEVELAND, Jnn. 28. Tho ex
plosion of tho cnstlng furnncoH nt
the plant of tho Union Nut Company
this uftornoon dostroyed the build
ing and Borlously injured twonty or
more men, boiiio of whom may dlo.
Tlio blow broke windows for n radius
of n half mllo. FIro followed tin
explosion.
So-
STEEL MERGER CASE.
Government Finishing Presentation
of F.vldcuco In Dissolution Suit.
(Ilr AnoclateJ Preat to Cooa liar Tlraea.J
NEW YORK. Jan. 29. Tho caso
of tho government In tho suit to dis-
solvo tho United States Steel Cor
poration may closo today. Tho gov
ernment counsol announced that
thoy would finish taking testimony
this afternoon, but reserved tho
right to call additional witnesses lat
er. Attorneys for tho Stool Corpora
tion said they hoped to proceed with
tholr sldo of tho caso somo tlmo In
March.
RUIXS FAMOUS PAIXTIXG.
Wealthy Russian Goes Iusaiio nnd
Cuts Mastcrplcco to Pieces.
Dr Aa.oclateJ Preta to Cooa liar Tlmci.)
MOSCOW, Russia, Jan. 29". An
Insauo painter named Ralashoff en
tered tho Trotlakoff art gallory to
day and slashed to pieces tho famous
painting by Roplno, representing
"Ivan tho Torrlblo" murdorlng his
son with nn iron staff, llalashoff Is
wealthy. Apparently ho Is Buffering
from religious mania.
PROIIE PHOXE TRUST.
Investigation of Roll Telephone Com
pany Ordered Today.
Or AMOclatod Prett (o Coo Day Tlmw.)
WASHINGTON. Jnn. 29. -The In
terstate Commerce Commission Is
sued today a formal order for an
Inquiry Into the affairs of the Ameri
can Telephone and Telegraph Com
pany. Tho Investigation wan recent
ly transferred to tho commission
from the Department of Justice by
Attorney General Wlckershain. Tho
commission has not yet annouii'c-d
the dates and places of tho hearings.
HO YEARS IN SAX QUENTIX,
Los Angeles Dynamiter Given
vero Sentence.
(Ilr AiaoclaleJ Prria to Cooa liar Times.)
LOS ANGELES, Jnn. 28. Twonty
years at San Qiioutlu was tho son
tonco Imposed on Carl Rlodollmch,.
who terrorized tho Central Pollcw
stntlon horo, Novombor 19 with ait
Infornal machlno tilled with
sticks of dynamite.
7(
JUDGE LAXDIS VIEW.
Id-
Says Federal Court Should Xot
viulo Lower Court's Ph.co.
(nr AoclalcJ Prtas to Cooa nar Tlraea.J
CHICAGO, Jan. 29. An "Indocoatt
Invasion of tho domain of state?
courts by federal courts has put it
club Into tho hands of tho people,
who aro assailing tho judiciary at
tho country." Unltod States Dis
trict Judgo Landts dollverod hlniBoir
of this opinion on tho bench today Irt
refusing to ontortaln a potltlon for
a writ of habaes corpus, In whlcU
tho municipal court Is attacked n
an Institution without existence lit
law.
"I will not lend myself to pass un
on tho validity of an enactment off
tho legislature of Illinois, whon norit?
of tho state courts havo boon rosort
od to for rellof," said Landls, "Thore
Is not nnythlng more unseomly than
a moro United Statos Judgo promis
ing to annul an act of a stnto logia-laturo."
PLAX FOR INAUGURATION'.
Taft Smiles as Ho Signs Order foe
Evtia Police,
Dr Aufelaiod I'm, to Cooa Bay Tim" I
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29. Tip
work of construction for the stands,
from which the Inauguration parndf
will bo vlowod began today. Presi
dent Taft today slgnod a resolut'c
appropriating ?23,000 for oxtra pa
Hco protection for Washington, om
lug the inauguration parade Tai
smiled as ho signed the resolution.