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VOL XaaVII. 1IH Tho CoaHt ,MH,
MARSHFIELD. OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1913 EVENING EDITIONSIX PAGES. A "Scooh v'1A:hVrt.Ml,,, No. 114
nNIMIlAHUA RFPflRTFri If) H AUF W I RRN RFAflR
MYRTLE POINT BANK ROBBERS
FALLEN INTO HANDS OF REBELS
Federal Troops Evacuate City
When Starvation Faces
WILL BE MADE BASE
FOR MOVEMENT SOUTH
General Villa Declares Ram
parts 01 mexiuu ouy win
Be Reached in Month.
(Pr Am Ml"l ff "' r" Mr Tlmm.J
ii'Atti:Z. Dee. 2. llnBty prepar
ations were under way today for tho
........itlUt 111' the reliulH of Ohlhuu-
OCTiil"" . ,
bus which haH heen roportud ovnc-.
uateil by the fedural troops by the
tnrvaicnuu ..." i
Inhabitants. (Son. Villa, the rebel,
leader, said Chihuahua would bo
wade tlie ban., of aggressive activities
Wo will be shooting at tho ram-
parts or Mexico City within a mo.jjl,.
Villa raid. ' The mob In the capital
,n must liner n in one day.
. I .,1 n-l lltlllll III 1IH III. I
Villa cxiicctH to Join tho other reb-i
ol lenders at Chihuahua and with
n.i ii,i.i...i furce nf snni) nroceed ,
Iholr romhl'ied folic of mhiu pioi ti a ,
tmrtl .acntecas. the firs important
city ninth of 'lorn-on. I ho reports
Villa said ho received by courier
. . it - ..I.... ..i rli Hi i
ftatc ti-nt the evncuatlon of Chlhua-j
ha was brought about by pressure
c( the citizens, who protested that If
the federal garrison resisted, tho
fljMhig would result In tho whole
tile killing of non-combatants.
stititi:i)i:i: xot chedited.
AiukIkiM trr lo I'ont 117 Time.)
- . . . . . , ..... . .. i, i ....., i
Tul.nt).N. Miz., wee. iiujiui m
, i.i.... i i ... v'n.ml.iij
that the federal gnrrlson at CiUiiymaH
hail Mirrendereil. were not credited,
jlthoiiBh it was bollovod thaf tho ills-
iffcctloa of tho troops under Clou,
OJeda. toupled with tho preparations
ol tho Constitutionalists to renew
their attack, presaged tho early fall
olthcsonora seaport. Tho Hallroad
n fircii iiiiiii iuiu nun uu nuhuito
tires were In operation to Giinynias,
hut officials at this end said they
lad heard nothing to Indicate any In
tention an the part of tho federals to
XO ACTION COXTHMI'liATKD.
Bf AmocUIM prra. 0 Conn nr TlniM.1
WAGiiivft'rnv ii n iioi. -
The President told cnllors that tho
Mexican factions seemed to be runn
lK things In an IntorestlnK way nt
preient. and that' no dovelopnicnt was
contemplated as far as tho United
States was concerned, iris visitors
believe lie had In mind tho Increasing
number of Constitutionalist victories
ind tho rapidly diminishing zone of
control of the Huortn government.
MOIIK KVACl'ATIOXS HKI'OUTKD.
lor inui-itmi rrr.t iu mo. n7 unir. i
IIl'nimDii in n rtt,Anu
HIHI.IIUOI I.IjU, iui, VJItl
here received notification todny from
Federal deserters thnt gnrrlaons nt
waymns nud Mnzntlnn had been prc
MrlnB to evacuate. It was hollovod
'his had given rlso to reports from
Jmrez that tho two west const ports
VJ n .. . i, - .
miiLMi mho mo nnnns or ino i
nrjents. There tins been no dlspo
'"Im in attack either town, ns It bns
(n ..... II.. x lnr
va uoouiiiud lirrtX BUUIlOl 111 lvvt
'he fcdoralR would ovneuato volun
!lly. llntli towns havo well fortl
'fd positions and at Giinynias tho
ederal gunboats Incronso tho dangor
10 thf. Allni.l.1.1.. ..n..... r l.n.. Iinnn
"v (iviiiiniiif; ptlic. il. linn ii"""
"pected that tho Mexico City govern
ment would nrilnr n fniipontrntlon of
fl In.nn. ... . . I
- inns in i ii.i iii.i-i ii vi?l lin ii iiini.-
- v. liliilVHlllUll clKUIIIBI, UIU lllllllVit
'i iiiu v. wiinillllliuiuiumo.
ClI.MtGKS AUK 1HSM1SSKI).
IB; AuK'Ule1 Vmm In ranm Tta TlniM.1
PHOENIX. Dec. 2. Tho Indlct-
I'viiuiiiK iiKniuni iii iiih iiuu
"mdliala nf K Vnan Tucson and
--O.I.O, jviii.. on nnnruus ui oiiiiifi-
' "garms to tho Mexican revolution-
v inn i rr i -nun rimiiv iiv .i iiiil:ii
, -vo, i urn milium huvhiui 111-
-"viiiD rii ircinir n ponsmrucv in
T-oatu war ummnnuinnR nprnsn mo
T. crrr election.
it. 1e V0,Q In tho city election In
Marsnfiehl today Indicated that a
'J8r ballot would be cast thU
ar than last at tho rate tho
foterg wero turning out at 2:45
"c'ock, when the three precincts
mowed tho following:
porth precinct, 171 votes.
'l antral precinct, 259 votes.
I ooiith precinct, 113 votes.
I Total, 543 votes.
'HAND WIIITLOCK CIIOSEN.
Hi i . ' 1
i... ",N 1 to Coon Dar TlmM.t
Brm,'M,lUKi o. U., U6C. 2.
. " .! i i lu.vuua ii i " a.w...-
'MJ Ilir lllnl.l i .. ..
H I A . I.IMI IU UIBVbU l
iKev v i w,n,fred T- DenlBon,
.i T . - "UHUiinivu lui on.'
'J 01 thfi IntiiKln. ,v.n nli I II n.
.iiiwiiui (UI Vllv
.ii'ikji: Momtow is
ILL AT UAHDIXEH
Judge Morrow, or I'ortlmnl,
who was due at Coiiilllo tomor
row to convene n special term
of Circuit Court, was taken 111
at (iardhier ami was umililu to
come through today, lie may
he ahle to come tomorrow.
UUII II iu u
n . .
LOIigeSt COntlnUOUS SeSSlOU 111
Its History Promised With
CUITeilCV Bill Fl'l'St.
WASIIN(JTOX , t, m, 2
the Hecond stage of what appears to
be the longest continuous session In
1,s liMry. 'I'lio regular December
WHH, following without break on
()f nw Um
i,,.,,,, , , tl0 ipKMliitcrs a new host
of problems and prospect of steady
r .i... .in ,i,,,..
work for months. There was llttlo
formality about ushering In the now
Congress at noon. The widespread
ilemnnil for tickets for the House
gallery for today's session Indicated
tho Interest that centers about tho
President s reappearance at the capl
tai to deliver ino preside
The President will read his first
ueueral message at- a lolnt session of
tho two houses at 1 o'clock. Whllo
" ihmwh .......
lliii Untifiln 1u wnrlMiitr nn tint finrrfin-
cy and the disposition or tho Hoteli
Iletehy water supply bills, the House
wilt start work on the great nppro-
print Ion bills carrying mora than a
billion dollars or funds for tho needs
of tho government during tho year
that begins next .Inly. Tho Domo-
crat mouthers of the Senate worked
III WJ millllliy l" rillll'li:ii; n.uu
agreement on the currency bill so
that tho nier.Huro might ho pushed
for Immediato consideration yester
day. POLICE FORCE
LED BY MAYOR
Indianapolis Executive Takes
Charge Until Teamsters
Chauffeurs' Strike Ends.
m AwndaiM rrn to rooi Tlmet.l
INDIANAPOLIS. Dec. 2. Mayor
Wallace established headquarters at
uniir.n t nt Inn earlv todav anil
HIVT lw..." .......... ,
said ho would tnko personal chargo
of tho police until tho strike of the
.. ,.r tr.iiiiKtni'K nnd chauffeurs.
which began at nildnltjht lant night,
Ho said he had 100 mounted police
men and 100 patrolmen and expected
to ho ablo to .handle tho situation
without assistance from tho state.
In addition to tho extra pollco, inoro
than 250 citizens, who wero sworn In
as a special reservo force, awaited tho
Thomas Karrell. organizer o.' tho
union, said tho strlko order hnd been
I'OMCH AUH CAIJ.UD.
Unsettled Labor Conditions Ale the
Can.o or Dlsoider.
m AMorUied ITe.i lo Loo. Ilf Tlmo-i J
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dec. 2.
Tho first police action to prevent dis
order Incident to tho unsettled labor
conditions In Indianapolis was order
ed by acting Superintendent of Pollco
Coffin when the police appeared at
roll call this morning. Tho patrol
men wero Instructed to prevent the
congregating of crowds on thu streets
and wero told mat inrew "--
sons would constitute a crowd.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dec. 2.
Haley Jones, secretary-treasurer of
tho International Association of
nrldge and Structural Iron Workers,
and George Davis, an Iron worker,
wore indicted on charges of a con
spiracy to unlawfully transport dy
namite, by tho Federal Grand Jury
today. Tho Indictments were based
upon Davis' alleged confession.
in. luwlilil Pint to Coot Ur 11mM.J
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 2. -At
the state department today the
Zolayn case was conmuBicu u.w--.-and
the former dictator s re ease In
,. ovunrtBd hv nightfall,
with the agreement that he should re-
Document Is Very Brief, Re-
quirmq Less man inirty
Minutes for Reading.
y akmoi'IhIH Pitm to Coos Pa Tlmm 1
WASHINGTON, 1). C, Dee. 2.
President Wilson read his first an
nual message to congress at a joint
session of both branches at I o'clock
In the House chamber. The Senate
met at II and marched to the House
clamber Just before 1. The IIoubo
rssembled at noon and recessed until
the hour for reading. The message
was among tho briefest documents
of Its kind, about 3000 words, and
required less than thirty minutes for
Hundreds of Men Workincj to
Savo Workers Caught in
(IlT Aorltpcl ITm. lo Coo. Ilnjr TIltlM.l
CHII'PI.H CUHKK, Colo., Dee. .--I'lghtlng
against tons of rock and
dlrf, hundreds or miners, working In
shifts of 25 minutes ench, struggled
I (win v to riMieli tint tlil'no ill mi Kt 111
ontombed In tho Golden Cycle here.
Kour wero entombed yesterday by a
cave-in. uno mis ueeu iiiiveu out
A fifth miner, burled in the Christ
nias mine adjoining, was rescued lute
last night. Gruve fenrs for tho three,
Krnnk Woods, Patrick Kevany and
Samuel Sorenson, wero expressed to-
ilnt- I iv tlin l'nHiiiiei'H. u-hn liellevn thai
n second slides whlcli occurred bo-
tween them hns buried tho men.
KAIMtOAD COMMISSION SOON TO
PASS ON COOS HAV CO.MIMiAINT
OTIIKIt liOCAIj CASKS TltllvD
I lltVUOY COM PA NIKS
I aim: iikino imioiikd
I S. H. Vincent, Oregon Coninils-
sloner of corporations, who has I
the enforcement of the "bluo sky
law," pnssed through hero todny I
en routo to Handon to Investl- I
gato the operations of the oil
companies and a couple of other I
companies there, I
Tho Oregon Uallroad Cominlsslon
will bo ready to hand down Its do
tlm f!nns Ilnv Waterworks
cases within a fow days artor thoy
got somo rinai nnta rrom Manager
Coroy or tho Coos Hay Water Com
IllltlV II ml fltv Knuinoor Ilucklng-
liatn or Marsliriold. They so Inform
ed John 1). lioss who returned rrom
Salem. . . , .
The case of Ilernltt, Wlltig, ot ai
vs. tho C. A. Smith Company, in
volving tho wns argued but will
not bo decldod In Federal court
for a month or so as somo briefs
havo to bo submitted. In the dam
ago enso of Jnfk Pnrkor vs. tho
C. A. Smith Company, n motion
wa filed to transfer It to Federal
In tho case of Mr. natulan vs. i.
A. Smith and Arbor Moreen ror dnm
A. Smith nnd Arno Moreen for dam
ages for tho loss of a leg on tho
former tramway of tho C. A. Smith
company hero, domurrers wore ar
gued and It will probably bo tried
on the case of Kandall vs. Moreen.
KASTSIDi: CAS l'i HUMPH.
Stmt iteport That Myrtle Point
Itohhei-H May nave utt-ii imn-.
. .., ll. w. in fnculii nrnunil town
today, It Is likely that the Myrtle
Point bank rouuery win ii-
hut being made part of the defens-j
' ytr T T calnn fnrmpr RpCOrder OT
Bastsldo, who Is in the county Jail
on nn indlctmont cnarging nim
making away with $3000 or the
Eastslde runds. Leaton protests
innocence and claimed that saro
experts had robbed and tlxed the
saro and now ii i imjhhou
thA Mvrtle Point robbers may have
MUST PAY TAX. ,
in. iun, l.ted PtM lo Cool nt TlraM. J
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 2.
Mining corporations must pay tho
corporation tax imposeu uy
ii.i.ii. tnrifr net according to a
MIIUI4WI 1 .
decision by the Supreme Court.
Automobile Loaded With Po
lice and Riot Guns Stop
ttlr AMoclateJ frrn to Coo tlir Tlmn.J
INDIANAPOLIS, Dee. 2. Hnutle
Lewis. negro, eluhtoen. was killed
and three men wounded, probalily fnt-
ally, this afternoon when six special
police riding In a wagon shot Into n
crowd whlcli tried to stoi the wagon.
.Mayor Wallace ordered tho police to
disperse the parade which was plan
ned by the striking teamsters and
chauffeurs. The police kept the
crowd about labor headiiuarters mov
ing nnd did not give tno men a chance
to start demonstrations. A large
flre department automobile armed
with riot guns and loaded with pol
ice, ran through tho down town
streets, scattering the pedestrians to
right and left.
Thirty-foot Wall of Water
Sweeps Down Center of Bol
ton Wrecking 50 Houses.
Illy ,moi ilr.l Pitm In Coin llnr Tim.-. 1
I10LION, Tux,. Dec. 2. leu are
reported to have perished today In a
thirty-root wave which camo without
warning down Nelson Creek before
daybreak. The creek runs through
tho center of tho city. Fifty houses
along tho banks wero swept away. In
the center or tho town Mrs. W. C.
1nllr I ltd lint imiii- ,.i,niii-ii u'liri,
the center of tho town Mrs. W. 0.
Pnllf nnd ber four children were
cnught asleep and drowned. Polk,
enrrylng tho firth child, escaped to
high ground. Five fatalities, a man,
wifo and threo children, wero re
ported In another family, whoso nnnie
Is not known. When the Main street
bridge in Tomplo, Texas, was demol
ished nn unidentified man was on
tho struct tire. It Is hollovod he per
ished.' The creek's rise was the ro
sult of a downpour of four hours.
nj AtiocUtfd rrf lo Cooi Par TIiiim.J
I11NC.IIAM, Ctah, Dec. 2. The fate
of Ralph Lopez, the slayer or six, re
mained today a question which ap
parently can only bo answered by tho
removal or tho bulkheads and a
search or tho Utah Anex mine, whoro
ho took roruge. All night smudges
pourod their deadly Mines Into the
tunnols. A dozen deputies watched
each exit, ready to shoot the despera
do on sight, hut tho expected dash ror
llhorty did not occur.
Fumes rrom dninponcd gunpowder
wero directed Into the underground
corridors todny. These are heavy
and hang close to tho ground be
neath tho lighter gases that havo
been pouring Into the mlno slnco yes
terday morning. It was expected
that tho powder fumes would sottlo
Into tho blind stopes not yoi pene
trated bv the gases or less density.
The seven sherirfs In chargo are
convinced thnt Mlko Cranovlch. who
shot and wounded his wire. Ib not in
tho initio or ho would have surren
dered. Hvldence hns heen round thnt
ho was hiding thero before Lopez
entered last Friday.
Tho Mlluro or Lopez to nttompt a
dash rrom tho mine has led somo to
believe that perhaps tlio resourcoiui
Movicnn iian rmi nil n safe retreat from
tho gases and would live to fight nn
1 . . in.. ,i,.i.
other unuorgrounu name unu mm
or Saturday, when he killed two de
puties, TRAIN ROBBER
Bj AMOcltteil rrew to Cooi HT Tlmw.l
i no Avnui.KS Cal.. Dec. 2.
While a posse Is searching tho hills
and scouring the country ior ino
bandit who killed Horace Montague,
traveling passenger agent of tho
Southern racmc, mm iukiu w
had robbed tue passuiiKeru iu
Pullman car attached to tho Ovor-
land Express. The robber obtained
about $500 in money mm
,nv. cniithorn Pnclfln Coinnany has
offered a reward of $5000 for tho
arrest of tne train rouuer.
NOI YET KNOWN
NOT LEAVE A SINGLE CLUE
DISOHDEKLV HOUSE I
IS HAIDED TODAY
The resort of .losle Iloyt on I
Xm'tli Prnnt Htrnnt wnu raided I
t this morning by the officers and
.nisio noyt and two or tno wo- ,
men Inmates Were taken to Co
iiullle. They arranged to give '
bonds for their appearance In
Mrs. T. J. Macgenn Elected
Councilman, First Woman in
Coos County Chosen.
Kmnlro elected the first feminine
Councilman In Coos County yester
day when Mrs. T. .1. Macgenn wife
of the master or the sto.uuer Ilreak-
water, was selected by the voters
was selected bv the voters V . "u""k " iuhijhi iini io
or tho Vivo to represent the ii' f,ll'nll!h '301' ,'l' " the liluntltr
"ll. Tile othersX were:'';': " "T1 ot t"" ,5k
John Capron, Mayor; it. u. in
gersoll, George Wilson and Captain
Judge William Turpln was ro-
olicied Itecorder. defeating Guy
Chambers for tho office by nine
votes. The total vote cast was r.i,
which Is stated to be substantial
WHICH IS HllllUll l" I'U Diiwmm.i....
. ,.roBO 0Ver the vote or a year ago.
t )H 8(atuti m Kood authority that
JtM0 f,8t niovo to be made by tho
n(nv council Ib to pull fot electric
T,0 V00 w,is as follows:
.Tolni Capron, 40; H. H. Inger-
BOn, ;M: Captain Jas. McOee. 32;
...... ii'ii., t. Mm 'i' .1. Mnc -
BOIL ' V;l)lllll tHlMUl.,
Clooriro WilHon. 27: Mrn. T. .1. Mnc -
KClin -! UUUI KO .Ull'lVnUIl, m I i iii
Sodstrnn, 20; (Hon Uozcll, 15; A.
A NlrhollH. 12; Wllllum Turpin,
. - i to
' .... 1 It I
Guy ChamheiH, IS.
iivi.'i.v rnVTitoVIMtSV OVI U
'!. W'lll.'II l-I'VISilllN'C I'l'l'll
ONH OF MANV TKOl'lllil'S OFbo combination off the outer door
.... ........ii I mi. I.. I.. ... ...
THAT HI ST I HIT.
(Special to Tho Times.)
MYltTLK POINT, Or., Dec. 2.
Catching Creek had ono of Its old
raBhloned rows last week. Tills tlmo
It was about tho school. Tho teacher
punished a pupil and tho parent
thought It was wrong, so ho visited
tho school nnd said things whlcli
scared tho teacher away. When tho
parent was brought boforo 13. A.
Dodgo ho said that tho school board
"just scrapped nnd wouldn't do any
thing," so ho thought hu would. Sup
erintendent linker wns called In. Two
other Catching Creek gentlemen got
Into nn altercation over the mnttor
nnd one drew n bar or Iron to do tho
other, but was stopped by another
Hny Sanders, tho popular man at
tho countor of tho Central Market,
has purchased tho Intorest of John
Strong in tho business and will con
John Luttrell or tho South Fork
brought In an Irish spud that weighed
5 pounds. It was weighed many
times to ho sure.
pn, At.odti4 rrm to coo. nr TimM.i
AHBRDEKN. Wash., Dec. 2. Thoi
rour-niasted schooner which was to-i
tally wrecked north or tho harbor
entrance last night was tho wooden
schooner Halboa, bound rrom Chllo
to Grays Harbor in ballast. Tho ves-
sol's crow of ntno was takon off tho)
ship last night by the West Port life
saving crew aim wuro uhiuki
Aberdeen today by tho tug Traveler.
llimuvuii .""" - . .
nim oMinnnor was driven ashore in
last Saturday's gale. Sho was a ves
sel of 777 gross tons and was built
n. Pnrt nlnkelv. Wash., in 1001.
Have your Job uriutln done at I
The Time! offlc.
Rope and Sledge Used Stolen
f" I t M I at.
rrom Local HiacKsmitn snop
and Fire Department.
ROBBERS LEFT $1000
SCATTERED IN VAULT
Did Wot Stop to Gather Up
Coin Loot Will Total About
$10,000 Mostly Gold.
I OI'I'IMt ItlvWAliD TODAV:
I AltmCKT IIXI'KCTKD
MYltTLK POINT. Or.. Doc. 2.
t - At a nice. lug 0r tins directors
or the Itank of Myrtle Point this
afternoon, a reward of $ 1 000
I was offered for tho capture or
the bandits and nlso twenty por
ceiii oi tne money recovered. Tho
uiruciors ordered a new liurglar
proof safe and tho vault uteel
A Htrntii? fitiin lino litwi.i r.itiiiil
t and one of the burglars may ho
1 arrested soon.
(Speclnl to The Times.)
MYltTLH POINT. Or.. Dec. 2.
i I... i. ..Hit.... i..... ., , ,
Cashier Hd Itncklefr has got along
inetty well with tho checking up ot
Ilia t...1n n...l a - . . a At
jo "HI II II I IIU I IIUriVlllLI 11 1
lua liuolis mul now flKuroH tlmt tho
amount Htoien will ho hottweon
?sooo ami $10,000 Instead of ?12,-
as was nisi reported taken hy
Was Mostly Gold,
Most or tho money taken was
nnd was mostly $20 pieces. S
of It was ?i and $10 pieces and
1 currency, which formed a small
.portion or tho amount taken
In ?5, $10 and $20 bills,
Lefl About 81000.
I The bandits left iilniiit smnn
,1 ..n ,
Most of the money taken was gold
94H lMflll- IWWUt
I Tho hnndlta loft nhout $1000 ho
llltlil (llAltt ttwiulllt Hint
itiim muni, luiiouj H1U WilB
Bnittorcd around tho Intorlor of tho
vault hy tho oxplonlon. Somo of tho
tin pa nntitn tntm? Ilm imlfl wnftx
'ri" ........ ...111 lilt; HI'lll I1UIU u, 1-
flntltll lllflll'l. ..ill.,.. Il.n nit.. .in
.u.i. If... ...I UIU II HUH IIIU milU ItllQ
blown nnd some of this was scat
tered on tho floor among the debrlu
and the robbers did not spend much
Itlnio looking ror the gold pieces
Jthat wero scattered around uiiioiik
l.l. 1 1. .- . .,...! il...
uni iiiiiiitH, ium'ih ami iiunris mat
resulted rrom the explosion.
The vault has been pretty woll
cleared up and at noon Cashier
Itackh-rr said that about $1000 had
been round Iu gold and silver.
IVcil Stolen A Mm.
That the bank robbers hnd boon
1 "" 'r iiiu uyH
W(lH proV(, ,,y th() discovery or a
'ulnill'ii Hint U'llu llUi,l In 1niir.ll.ii
i iiih hiciiku was inn in ino vault
nml iiir Ii I out If foil Iw W H1 If n timnir
a Myrtlo 1'oiut hlackHinfth, as ono
mat unu uiyHionuusiy uiHapponrca
from hlH Hhop Kovonil days ago.
'IMtti ulrtim it i-iinn Inft Imltlttil vuna
nlso Identiried ns being n pleco of
ropo that was used by the Nro de
partment. U It wasn't taken rrom
the fire hall, It Is hard to riguro
whero It camo rrom. Tho Myrtlo
Point Marsha! docs not know or any
one borrowing any ropo nud ir It Ih
the city's rope, It must havo been
stolen rrom tho engine room.
Was Slick .lob.
A mnn who Is more or loss of a
safe expert looked tho vault over to
day. Ho said that tho Job was dono
hy experts. Ho said that sonp round
around the saro Indicated that nitro
glycerine had beoii used In tho ex
plosions. Two soap cups wero made
on tho safe, tho lower cup chargo be
ing evidently the one that did tho
trick, lloth charges wero probably
exploded at once.
Everyone who hns looked tho vault
over says It was one of tho slickest
Hunk Doing HiiMiicks.
Tho bank Is doing business todny
as usual nnd while tho nfralr has
caused a llttlo confusion, business
is being hapilled with dispatch. It
holng tho first or the month and tho
large amount of work attendant up
on tho explosion nnd straightening
out or affairs crowds tho hank offic
ials to the limit. Plonty of ready cash
was secured from other hanks In tho
county to tnko rare of tho eurront
It Is understood that Hums Do
tectlvu agency expert men will soon
bo on tho ground. Just how many
of thorn nnd whon thoy will come will
bo kept seerof bernuso thoy can work
i w ii,,ir i,inntltv la not known.
Jwi jmny nc ))Miiod oH tho
,,,,, l8 cortaIn, but It Is bolloved
thnt ti,oro wore nt least two nnd
Kvwy granger coining Into Myrtlo
j,0jt 8 ow vlowed -with suspicion
,, var0us ones around town nro
ronf,i0t thnt somo bad lookers they
..8ftW nr0nd town a fow days ago
Wcro rno men
LOST Straw nultcase nt S. 1'. !--
not NOV, 26. uwnor b uuiiiu
rivl'ear or book. Articles highly
valued. Howard. No (jueBtlona
asked. Phone 200-L or Hansen's
turn to nrceieon, nuu..