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MARSHFIELD, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1913. EVENING EDITION. 6 PAGES.
A. Consolidation of Times, CoiiHt Mnll
Mid Cooh liny Advertiser.
)L. XaAVI. j'10 Const Mnll.
RUSH LABOR PARTY WILL
il FOHWOUI SUFFRAGE
BRYAN TO BE
,1am nnnlare in Favor or
Movement and Will Have
IN ENULAIMU iuumi
rennth of Two or Three Mil
lion Voters May Be Gamed
in Women's uampaiyn.
Of A" " Ulf I I'ivm H Com nr TlMM.J
invnnN'. .Inn !I0 -Tho Ilrltlsh
bor liarly ollh Hilly declared Itself
iilay In favor of woman suffrage,
he BlKnUlcaiifo of tlio woman Biiff
lso movemeiii Ih very Kront. Tlio
ido unloiir, wliHh eoinprlHo tlio lu-
3r .,arty imvo neiwceu i mm
...iIIImm ..irmlierri. nearly III! of
1,0 nr eli i tori and lliolr uttniul-
bco HI rr n" I'liorumun '
1 c.to woman Buffingo woro made
ii- in tin tirnirrauime of any
priy nt tlio I'dior.il election.
Rarshficld Damage Suit to Go
to Jurv Probing Cases
! From Bandon Today.
! rOQl'MXF. Ore. Jim. HO. Tlio
auia;3 i .st of Parker vs. (ho C.
Smith Mniiuriii'tiiriiiK l . ami ino
lltv of Mimdifleld Is exported to go
i tlio hrs till, afternoon. II el in of
Inker v.!io n1-. killed liy a colli-
lon of his motorcycle wltli a wood-
lllo on Soith llro.iilwny, want dnin-
K7. allf hi , nc-dlgeuci).
Tlio tlainnc in Re of strung vs.
UrDoiuli! L Voiifliiin Ih Hinted to
M!:v '':o I'.ir' i. .
To iximl Jmj Ih busy probing
nany matters. nimiliei' of lluii-
lua i if n I nve liiin rallod iik wlt-
Iisrs luit t r Handon erfse being
robed !i :i not I, (n given out.
Sheriff (Ine Iiiih also subpoenaed
niinler of witnesses from South
lcu;th and I- is urcHiiniHd that some
lllegcil violuMoi'H of the liquor law
MH uo taken up,
invctf-ntmn of I lie Iiiik haicou
w fr.m Miusliflcld u also ox-
iMfu. Iliir;:lin-.'f:i charging that IiIh
1 fe of f's weeks mid Homo of tier
'datives riiiiHilred to got 111 lit to
irj her t'rt. In nrnperty.
sn:i:i, cvsi; iMouit.i-:i).
(B; A"j!tl rr tn Poo Itar TlmM.1
piiteriimiiit I'liiitleully CoiieluileM
ininiiiiirlluu or Testimony.
NEW JOHK Inn 'in -A l,ni.hi..
a the suit to dMolvp'tlio Uiiltod
States Slrl frinmralln., ...1I...........1
- .-. ... !.. 1 11(11111 lllljllllt lltlti
easy until Fclruary 10. Wlillo tlio
government prattlt ally roBtod lt
,"" luay wmi tno introduction or
HWUIll'nlTIV r 1,1, ,,.r (1,.. -....... I
lb r flit tl. , nil ...!. ...!..
B1..1 . V " '"" "'I'll UHI1UOBUH 1)11
IN THE CABINET
Said to Have Assured Wilson's
Friend That He Would
(nr Amoi ItIM I'rrit lo (Mn lUr Tlmn.)
MIA.MI. Flu.. Jim. 30 Coiiroroiicos
hetwoen W. J. llryun ft ti tl other
liioiiiliiout Domneratie IcadurH. In
eludliiK Henry J. Alc-xiiiutcr, a elimo
friend of I'leHldont-oleet Wllwin. re
Hiilted In tlio imuoiiueeiiient liv the
Mliinil Herald horn today Unit llryun
had (,'lven poHltlo UHHitraueo that
ho would accept thu portfolio of
Secretary of State in WIIhoii'h cn:-Inet.
HE TODAY ON
Senate to Pass on Six-Year
Limit for President The
Progressives Oppose It.
tacknn Vilo u "'" 30. Tlio nt-
PWldent ?PProp"-Pa b,nB, 8lx'oar
i'ed L .lrni, as " oro ucl-
ueacv" uo. '"' i,,u (Hum-
day,',. JAl aio l H'o sonnto to-
Pros Tito, "r.'.1- '"""
ipe ws ,t, V . "iuiiui i;oiHiim-
NivrhN ,i0 ai(i t "-
,h't,oMiitmionI,"1,u,!wl chanK0 l"
e mmh-i r'8'''""'"' might bottor
h N lfif,,i l"1' & Binendniuu't
""' of ,.rV,L' "dilution for ro-r"'--
r'f . :j,,ra"t tor tho
, T e-n.(: , ,' "iteu States."
" , , ,0u ir Worki reso-
- ' single term
'' an agreemeut to
' -" of the leglsla-
' I ,i Tlnir- 1
I 1e, ts Slid ev
illy AiMxItlol t'rr In Coo t TIiup I
MIAMI. Fla.. Jim. :iO. -Thnt Hen
ry F. Aloxandor did not call on him
on political hiiHlnoHH wiih tlio Htatc
nicnt of Win,, J. llryun today, In ro
Knrtl to tho reportH xont out from
.Miami to tho effect that llryiui had
Kivou iiHHuranco that ho would ac
cept tho Secretary of State portfolio
In tho Wilxon cabinet. Ilryau Mild
no attention Hhoiild bo paid to Hindi
reports iih thorn) Hout out from Mloml.
"No friend would preHiime to
Hpoak for mo In mich a uialter, and
no man who would premium to hpciiU
for mo can bo considered a friend.
I tnlto It for grunted IMoHldont-olect
WIIhoii will kIvo out anything he
wantH imbliHlied, mill I will glvo out
nuythliig I want published. Speak
ing for inyHoir, I don't enro to din
eiiHH uiiaiitliorlzed reportH. Mr.
Alexander did not call oil mo on po
litical biiHlnoHH. and our convorHii
tlou was about nothing In particular,
but many different matterH."
FOUR DIE IN
THINK T0RKI5H REVOLT SERIOUS TURKEY REPLIES TO POWERS;
Events in Balkan Peninsula
Moving So Rapidly That
Europe Cannot Quite Com
tllr AmorldtM Trifi lo Cooi I)t Tlmm.
LONDON. Jan. !I0.- KventH in
the llitlluiu peiiliiHiilu aro moving at
hiicIi rapidity that tlio world may
hooii be confronted not with tho
ciuoBtlon of peace or war, but with
a catnHtropho which will loud Tur
key Into a tronioiidoiiH civil war
TIioho wlio know tho ottoman em
pire bcllovo tiro rovolt among the
Turkish troopa nt tho Tclmtnlja
II huh Ih much moro grave than an
nounced in tho short dispntches
paused by tho censor. Ctoso ob
Hervers predict Blnillnr uiirislnqn In
AHlatle Turkey, whero tho Young
Turk movement Ih not ho bo popu-
lar iih in European Turkey.
Three Men and One Woman
Dead and Three Injured
in Hotel Blaze.
Illjf Awltl rr" lo 0eo IUr TIhim.1
CHICAGO. Jan. 30. Threo men
mid ono woman worn burned to
dontli, throo men HorloiiHly injured
and u dozon otherH sufforod lower
lmrtH In tho II ro which early todny
dostroyod tho Iown hotel. When
tho Ilroinen arrived tlio Hinoke waH
pourliiK out of overy window. The
theory in that thoho who lost their
IIvoh hud been awakened but wero
unahlo to rind their way out of tho
Suffragettes in Scotland Cause
Lively Scrimmage in re
ception at Dundee.
Dr Auoclat! J'rfM to Com Dr Tlmei.1
IMJNDKR, Seotlnnd, Jan. 30.
Well organized bands of Biiffragottes
raised pnndomonlum today during
tlio coromony of conforring tho free
dom of tho city on Promlor Astiilth.
Premier ABnultli had hardly risen
to acknowledge tho honor when
shrieks of "traitor, traitor" filled
tho hall. Stewards and pollcomon
woro soon occuplod throwing wo
men out of tho building. Howls of
"you brutoH," "you brutes." and
sharp scrimmagos marked tho pnss
ago through tho hall of ouch group.
7IARXKSS TAH1FF VI'.
' 't,H r. ,, ,' "',s Alices.
iV i T ' ' MU.'.r.l
.J 8nMortn- .. f. J " c'er'cl
i""o,llmi,, ... r Hrry nicl
Underwood Says Duty on TJiein
artist o cut.
ID AuocUte.1 lni lo Coo Iljr TlnM 1
WASHINGTON, Jan. 30. Soon
nftor tho opening of today's tariff
hearing, held by the House Ways and
Moans Commlttoe, Chairman Under
wood declnred that the present twon
ty per cent duty on harness and sad
dlery was too high. A ClnMnnntl
manufacture was pleading for a re
tention of tho dntv, wlun X nder
wnod sail 'We nro imt c In; to
write n prohibiUe tiriff."
sTjd UOWI.H ir,c svrninw.
See our ad FlCOl'LE'S K
Explosion in Chicago Italian
Colony Scares Many
(llr AMorlitoJ PrMf lo Coot liar Tlmni.
CHICAGO. Jan. 30. Moil, chil
dren and women were thrown from
their beds and hundreds of personH
driven to the streets In terror and
window pnuoH shuttered wlion a
bomb wiih exploded early today In n
building occuplod mainly by ItallniiH.
No ono was Horlously Injured, al
though the shock of tho explosion
Hhook the buildings for blocks
around. Jt Is believed u time fuse
wiih used, enabling the bomb throw
er to get blocks nwny before tho ex
James McNichols of Portland
Makes Full Statement of
' Illegal Dealings.
Ilr AwkUtcl rrrti to Coot I'T Tim.
I10STON, Jan. 30. Jnmos Mc
Nlcholns. who Is under Indict niont
at Cleveliuid, Ohio, f.r tho nllogod
fraudulent uho of tho malls In tho
sale of Idaho and Oregon mining
stocks todny admitted his Identity
and mado a full Htntemout of tho
lliogul (loallitKH, according to Postal
Inspector Grny. Ho agrood to
waive extradition papers. Grny said
tho prisoners told him that his bro
ther Thomas wns In Scotland and
tlio two had plnnned to moot thoro.
MoNlcholu Had planned it big doai
lu llostou and had expected to closo
IN ON JADREZ
Combined" Force of Insurrectos
Unable to Attack Mexican
Town as Expected.
t Hr Aitorlalisl Pith to Cool Iltjr Tlmn 1
K PASO. Texas, Jan. 30. Tlio
combined tobol nrmy failed to form
for mi nttnek that was threatened
on Juarez before dnwn of todny.
Monnwhllo 300 fedehal reinforce
ments entered tho city, which tho
rebels hnvo practically surrounded.
The Ainorican army officers declaro
that tho robel lino of march extends
nearly 20 miles, with 1000 to 1200
men lu line. Tho ndvauco guard
reached .tho vicinity of Juarez short
ly after midnight, hut could not
concentrate before dawn.
RESUMPTION OF WAR LIKELY
Steamer Sails This Afternoon
for San Francisco With
Tho Speedwell sailed this after
noon for San Francisco and San Pe
dro with n enrgo of lumber and n
full passenger list. Among those
Balling on tier wore the following:
Mrs. L. M. McC.lll, Mrs. A. G. Aik
en, .Mrs. Mary Flrod, MIbb M. Nor
ton, John Merchant, W. K. Clnrk,
Mrs. Culbortson, J. J. Lamb, Mrs. J.
J. Lamb, Golden Clnrk, Fay Clark,
Mrs. Matt Goodwin, Mr. M. J. Of
fend, J. F. Powers, G. P. Jonos, lior
tlo Jennings, Mrs. S. S. Jennings, II.
W. llUBsllle. Mrs. Iluslllo, II. M.
lllenk, Mrs. Illenlc, J. Wright Wilson,
Clins. licolc, Mrs. Peek K. HohhIII,
Novy Landrlth. L. Iludkc, Mrs.
Iludko, Chns. Wllllanis, Clins. Gustaf
son mid K. L. Dnldwln.
Dauqhter of J. J. Hill Marries
Dr. Boeckman, Former
Football Star. '
Ily Aoclate4 Tra lo Copa nay Tlmca.)
ST. PAUL, Jan. 30. Miss Uaehol
Hill, dnughtor of J. J. Hill, nnd Dr.
KgU Iloockmann woro mnrriod to
day. Hoeckmann was formorly n
University of Minnesota football
0 LO 16 BIDE
TO All) STATK IWIItS.
House Coiiimitteo Turns Down 1111
IHy Anoclalcd I'rua to Cooa Pay Tlmea.)
WASHINGTON, Jnn. 30. Itop
rosontatlvo McGulro's bill to ap
propriate $2,500,000 for govern
ment buildings on tho state fair
grounds throughout the country
was rojectod by tho Houso Agri
cultural Committee. The bill pro
posed that tho govornmont acqulro
buildings on all tho stato fair
grounds not controlled by prlvnto
Coast-to-Coast March Plan
ned by Ardent Leaders
Ily AModate.1 Trraa lo Cooi lty Tlmea.)
NEW YORK, Jan. 30. A const to
coast trip on horseback by woman
suffragists Is bolng plnnned for tho
spring, according to an announce
ment today. Thoy proposo to Btnrt
from this city ns soon as tho high
ways In tho east nro fit to travel.
San Francisco would bo tho termi
nus. INDICT ItAIIAVAV JIK.V.
WOl'lil) MAINTAIN SCHOOLS
TO TKACH CHILI) THAD12
OLYMPIA. Wash., Jan. 20. To
equip overv child in tho stato with
such industrial training ns will on
able him to fight the liattlo of Hfo.
Is the object of a bill introduced by
Itopreseiinttlve Corkery of Spokano.
It proposes as a part of tho public
school system tho estubllsumont of
vocational. Industrial, trade and oon
rlnuatlon schools. The latter are In
tended to furnish persons already
engaged In trades the opportunity to
i.,f, r i-,tlnn rainoinlnir the
,8r!. nre nnd art of he trade he is
n 1I u '
ClSTFIt'S LST FIGHT a' tho
GItAXI) TIIKATEIt tonight.
Prominent Odlcinls of Eastern Hail-roads-
in Drag Xet.
Oy Aaao.laled J'reaa to Cooa llay 'I Intra.
NEW YORK, Jnn. 30. Charles S.
Mellon, prosldont of tlio Now York.
Now Haven & Hartford Railroad
Company. F. J. Chamberlain nnd
Alfred W. Snilthors, prosldont and
chairman, respectively, board of di
rectors of tho Grand Trunk Railroad
of Canada, woro re-lndlctod today
by tho fodorul grand Jury for ullog
od violation of tho Sherman anti
trust law in tho nlloged monopolis
tic agreement botwoon tho Now Hav
on and Grand Trunk railroads.
I!Hhp Committee Will Take Up
Loglbliiilon Xe.t Saturday.
(Dy AjukUWJ l'rM to Cooa nay Tlinaa
AVASHINGTON, Jan. 30. The
House Judiciary Committee voted
to act flnnllj upon the workmen's
rompensitlon net next Sntnrda on
nil jn-1 i' itr JlijU'.i ! Ii n. s ldli
ict V' '"i " A'0 ra'irmd Jr
t rfsM before ti o Ta erctrt Coii
merco Coninrt'r objcfted to tl"
Kcnyon uniform freight ciasHO
Allies Will Insist on More from
Turkey if War Is Re
tlly Amoi latr.1 Trma lo Coa Day Time.)
LONDON. Jan.' 30. "Emphatical
ly, the Turkish reply to tho nolo of
tho powers Ih not necoptoblc." was
tho comment of Dr. Dnneff. lender
of the Hulgurlau delegation, when
shown tho terms of tho Ottoman re
sponse. Continuing, he said," Spnnk
ing In behalf of tho allies, I will
say tho Turkish reply Is not such
as to form u basis of frosh negotia
tions. Wo hnvo Haiti tho fortress of
Adrinnople and tho Turkish Islands
In the Aegean sea must bo ccdod,
nnd without this, negotiations will
not bo roHiimod. Moreovor, this ces
sion must bo mado before hostilities
aro rosumed, ns tho llrst shot llrod
will chango our conditions."
None or the other Unlknu dele
gates consider tho Turkish reply
satisfactory. Somo of thoni ndinit.
however, It may hnvo tho effect of
suspending a denunciation of tho
armistice nnd so give tho Turks
time to reconsider the situation, lu
case tho Turks should yield to tho
frosh ndvlco which tho powers will
offor, somo of tho Ilalkan delegates
may postpono their dopnrturo from
London. A reconvention of the
penco conference at tho conclusion
of the penco tronty without n re
sumption of hostilities is still re
garded us possible.
Insists on Retaining Control of
Aegean Islands and the
Balkan Allies Declare That the
Sultan's Reply Is Not
Acceptable to Them.
FIRST RATTLE KOOX.
Well Known Coos Bay Pioneer
Died Intestate Left
At a session of probate court In
Coqulllo this morning. Judge John
F. Hall appointed Peter Dolnn of
Mnrshflold. administrator of tho es
tate of Poter Rlako, tho ngod Coos
Hay ploneor who died recently. Mr.
Illako left no will. His estate was
estimated at $20,000. IIo loaves a
largo number of nephows nnd nieces
ii ml Is also said to have a brother
In Cnnndn, hut tho whereabouts of
tho latter aro unknown.
Judge Hall also approved of tho
sale of tho John Nasburg estato
rosidonce proporty on North Rroad
way to Mr. Courtnoy for about
iriOOO. Tho snlo was mado by J. D.
.McNeil and J. M. Upton roproBont
lug tho estate.
Tho final roport of tho nppralso
niont of tho ostnto of Mrs. Louisa
Hirst has also boon mado to tho
probato court. Tho ostato totals
about $31,000, muoh loss than It
was popularly supposed to bo
Tho final roport on tho Richard
Walter estato has also boon filed.
It totals about $20,000 and nil goos
to Dr. R. II. Walter, tho only son
of tho doceased.
Win. llerultt, administrator of tho
Klahn estato at Emplro has boon
empowered to sell tho Emplro sa
loon nftor February C.
I PARIS. Jan. 30. Tho Rut- ;
l garinn Minister of Flnanco, T. ,
I Tliodoroff, who Ib on IiIb way to
I Sofia from the London pence ,"
l conference, declared today thnt 1
I he regarded the resumption of I
war hh certain. "Tho llrat
I ougngomont probably will open
I next WodneHilny.", ho said.
OXLV FOUR DAYS 1
HACK FOR TCRKS. '
. . , f
CONSTANTINOPLE. Jan. 30 '
I The Ilalkan iiIIIoh ynvo notice
I today of tho termination of ,
j tho armistice to tho period or .
grnco of lour days to start nt ,
7 o'clock t'hls evening. t
Illy Awu, lair.) Trru lo Cooa llay TIiivm.1
CONSTANTINOPLE. Jan. 30. -The
reply of the Turkish government
to the European powers wiih handed
to tlio Austrian ambassador today.
Tho Porto stipulates for tho reten
tion by Turkoy of thoso quarters of
the fortroBs of Adrinuoplo In whliti
the Holy Slirlners aro located. It
proposes to leave In tho hands of
tlio poweiB the disposal of tho land
on tho right bank of tho Mnrltzu Klv
nr. which runs through Adrianople
Tho Ottoman government consents t
tho dismantling of tho fortlflcattotiB
of tho city. The reply Insists on tho
mulutnlnnnro of tho Sultan's sover
eignity of tho Aegean IbIuiiiIb. owing:
to their proximity to tho Turkish
mainland, but will loavo tho reign
of tho liiHiilar govornmont to tho
powers. Tho documents conclude
with a recapitulation of Turkoy'H po
sition, regarding tlo retention oC
historical and religious grounds tit
FLIES ALOFT IX PLAXE.
sav PHAVPfRPO. Jan. 30.
nilmlilnir Ititn "lnihliv'R norOlllnilO."
Mrs. Silas Chrlstofforson, wlfo of
tho Portland aviator, sklrtou tno
transport docks and tho Presidio
hero, remaining aloft for pavoral
minutes nlono. She has boon prac
ticing aviation "on tho qulot," Mrs.
Chrlstofferson was Miss Einmn
Rocker of Pot Hand previous to nor
mnirlnge with tho aviator.
RIG RATHTTM ORDERED
FOR RIG RILL TAIT'S USE
NEW HAVEN, Conu.. Jan.
80. A' special bath tub, eight
feet long, four feet wide and
four feet deep 1ms been ordered
by the Tafr hotel here to be
placed In the suite President
Taft .will occupy when he as
sumes hU duties as a Yale pro
fessor. The suite eonslsts of
nine looms occupying the on
tlic fi'nnt of tlio slvth floor
Will Press the Siege.
tlly Aawxlatol 1'rw lo rooa ay Tlmea J
PARIS. Jan. 30. - At tho expira
tion of the armistice, ThoodoreCT
said tho allien would press the slcgu
of Adrianople until that place TuIIb
simply by holding the Turks In
chock nt Tclmtnljn. After the fort
ress has been taken nil .Hulgnrliia
siege material will lie taken to
DVNd ti MNMSII HVMi S T-
1IIDVV nlf.h 1 LLFRRI.t K'S or
Capt. Nelson Still in Charge,
Owing to Capt. Magenn's
Delay on Eastern Trip.
Tho Rroakwaler arrived In todny
from Portland with Captain II. C".
Nelson still in command. Cuptalnr
Macgenn did not reach Portland In
tlmo to rollovo him this trip, hut
Is oxpectod to noxt trip.
Tho Urenkwntor will sail at 6"
o'clock Saturday morning for Port
land, consequently tho paBsongora
will have to go aboard Friday
night. Tho nroakwator has a now
steward this trip.
Among thoso arlvlng on tho Rreuk
wator woro tho following:
R. W. Vnughn. J. A. Hubbard. C.
M. Eborhnrt, Irono Russoll, Lol
Malhnm, Honry Hyrkus, II. W. Cnr
vor, Mrs, D. R. Finch, C. II. Magoc.
Miss Car&er, Mrs. H. Carser, Miss
Carsor, Mrs. F. E. Aton, R. O. Shawl,
O. T. Montgomery. C. Flsk, E. M.
Crawford. 11. M. Crawford. F. It.
NIolson, W. J. Culbortson. Mrs. Cul
bortson. W. W. Nuhoii, A
N. Ilolmnn. Mrs. Gnue lloi
konborg, C. A. Corbett, Mrs. Corbott.
Luclllo Corbott. Alllo Corbott. Mil
dred Corbott, Rlancho Corbott, Al
hort Corbott, Mrs. C. F. Maloney a
F. Mnlonoy, F. M. Quist. N. H Re.nu
F. A. Davis. R. Densmore, Chas. Tow
or, L. Tower, Ruth Tower, Keuntt
Bernard, S. M. Woltor. Stella Shield.
Curl Wilklns, J. II. Adams, John
MaiiBur, W. F. Miller. M. M. G.iv
vlck, J. Orlu, J. Rurke. L. Wilm
W. C. Mangold, Mrs. W. J. Moon
Chas. Perberg, Kris Firmer, A. l -kolm,
U. Eskolni, and O. Fannlbn
KUYT IS NAMED.
Xoniinalcd to Re Suivejor (..-n. .!
JItv A n !, 1 J s ' ' ' I
AKIIINliTON J.n "
na Liu ifiit i i ' ' '
Pre Idnit i .t " ' ' " J
to in s mi ' r i MVui -i hi