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VOL AAA V IK H Tho Const .Mull.
. . lit 1 1 .
MARSHFIELD, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1913 EVENING EDITION -SIX PAGES.
A Consolidation of Times, Const Mail
and Coos Day Advert Iser.
Sends Check for $100 1 and
on Effective Work.
Lays debate will
Ot dllVlrl-l M ninuu
.. n n l
Measure Ha a r
FJsewnere, nu oavo, uc.uic
Comini) Beioic ouicue.
Dr AworUlril rrr.n i fon Ttnr TIiiiih.1
WASHINGTON, I). C Dee.
I Charges by Seimtor CiuiidiIuh that tho
m-mocrats Imd approached "dangcr-
lotisly near 11 cnnsplrney nullum tlioi
rights (if nil tin' people" In taking
caucus action on the currency hill, I
Iinirkeil the opening of today's session
c tho Seiiiite.
Tills hill has been considered eisu-
Lkpreaiiil passed elsewhere," ho said.
There will 110 1'0"1 dehato In this
Lbanibcr. It will simply bo a fnreo.
I hesitate to partlelpatc In It, for 1 do
tot want to give It. hoforo the coiin
ry, the color of an actual delibera
te). 1 cannot belluve that the Am-
Irlcaa people Will for long .tolerate
his legislation by caucus"
AI.VAUADO'S CHEW SAFE.
Hiving Schooner Was Almiidoiictl lor
Iff Amo-Lim rra to fon r.r Time 1
SAX lMtANClSCO, .Dec. I. Tho
Ithooner Alvarado, -which cleared for
kntofaRastii from the Coluinbla RIv-
t April 1 and has lieert missing for
pntb, was nbtmdoned .luno 1 15 In
tmlttide 31 south, latitude 121 west;
m the crew of eleven inado tlielr
lay safely to Easter Island, nccord-
Ic to a wireless Ttiesnge sent from
le steamer Moann today. Tlie mes-
kedld not say
why the vessel was
KIDDKH IK RELEASED.
i of Sedition Aualnst OH Man
tt AnvlilM rrri. to Cooi ntf TIrim.)
MEXICO CITY. Dec. 1. H. S. Kld-
rr. sales neon t for tho "Waters-PIerco
I! company, was rolensed on a bond
13500 nr San Luis Potosl today
lr trial hy the fodornl authorities
i the clinrL'o of sedition. Annar-
the only evidence against Kld-
lr was that while on n train ho
pd with tho trainmen regarding
Nltlons and looked through field
fssesat the landscape.
Italy a vnguo Impression of tho
"tents of President Wilson's nies
! was published In the newspapers
'V. Tho general conclusion wbb
it President "Wilson Intended keop-
1 his hands off ami leavlnir Iluertn
I the mercy of .his enemies. This
fre is satisfactory to the ndmln-
"lon, The fnct thnt no recognl-
accoided the robols In tho
pwge Bcemcil In be a creat rollef
lthe lollowers of Iluortn.
Fires in Mine Will Be
lowed to Die for Search
"i Workings Tomorrow.
taoclm lTti to om TUJ TlmM.)
WHAM, Utah, Dec. 4. The
a8,n of tho Utah Anex mine.
'"eh Ralph Lopez, the slayer of
took refuge n week ago, conVln
twliy with the likelihood that
'Ml tomorrow would the fires
"10ed to die ilown. Thn liBttef
' that the desperado had escaped
QOt SIIMllllll,n,l in .tin nnl.
'"Mses that have been generated
thirty miles of subterranean
,,a" since Mondav.
PH hex,, ,IA8
Iiv ,x muhk runt
,n North Bend school cen-
L """deration was completed
V "id Superintendent Raab
r''l them am inn ....i.
,e f school age, a gain of
AVa 1 4 ...
-v. just, year. Of this
5r Kfio J i
KID CVIVtlCU J
HELD BY POLICE
Militant Suffrage Leader's Ar
rest Not Marked by Any
Disturbance as Expected.
(Iljr Ao ntr.t I'riM to Coo liar TlniPH.1
PLYMOUTH. Eng.. Dee. I. Con-
trnry to expectations t.iero was no dls.
turbnnco when Mrs. Emmullne I'ank-
I'.urst. tho suffragette luitder. was at
rested on hoard the steamer Majestic
on her arrival from New York to
day. .Mrs. Pankhiirst was transferred
to a tug which had been chartered
by thu police and was' taken to tho
Davenport dock yards.
Weather Aids Police.
Mir Aimmh I n 1 .t I'lif. In Crum liny 'llini'ti.l
PLYMOUTH. Dee. 1. Wind
ind sea today helped the po
nce 10 evauo me posse, oi suitra
..iti..L. ...lif. ..I I. .1 .1 ...I ... . in. in. hi t
tSUIlun III! Ililil JIIMll.ii;. iti riu.nii
the re-arrest or Mrs. Pankhiirst
dor thu provisions of the "Cat nnd
mouse act." A henvy sea was hunnlng
I in the harbor when the steamer Maj
estic anchored shortly before noon.
Whllo the waves did not affect the
powerful police tug, they were too
much for thu little motor boat which
the militant suffrngettes had engag
ed. Its occupants, who Included
iin m iiiMiiun, 1111 1.1. immh
"Ceneral" Mrs. Flora Drunimond and
. . ..
iiiiii'i ii'iiiini n. hliu ill iiiii.iiv.ii Kr iiiu i
.lw... LimIuhu iKiifii ili-dlwillml f f till I
The Majestic, under police orders,
had anchored outside the breakwater.
Mrs, Pankhiirst protested against her
arrest. Six police and one wardress
arrest, six ponco ami one wuiuiubm,
, , ,. ...,..,( ii,.
bonrded the steamer to preent Intel-
fcrenco with the officers delegated to " ' ' " , ";,
. .. . i , 'foot r ght of way through tho prop
mnko the actual arrest. . .' . ...,.; .,,,
In the nieantlino nn ordinary ten-
'der. on which were many suffrag
ettes armed with clubs, was kept
standing orf and the armed body
guard was rendered helpless. Hodies
or suffrngettes were on guard outside
the prisons In southwest England to
which It wns thought Mrs. Pnnk
hurst might be taken.
ltl'.POHT IS COXFIHMED.
inj Aiinrlnted TrcM lo Coo TlmM t
PLYMOUTH, Dec. 1. Tho chief
constnhlo horo confirmed the report
thnt Mrs. Pankhiirst Is to ho arrested
Ho spout tho dny preparing nn ade
quate forco to denl with any attempt
nt rescue by tho militant sufrragettes.
No unauthorized person will ho al
lowed to board tho tender which
meets the Majestic. Tho militants
have boon In constnnt wireless com
munication with Mrs. Pankhiirst. The
suffrngettes anticipate that their
lcador will bo transferred to n special
pollco tug and taken to another- pert.
They havo chartered a vessel to un
dertake chase with a specially formed
troop to effect her rescue.
Heavy Downpour in Flooded
Djslrticts Causes Water to
Spread Over Large Area.
Br AMOclttod rrf to Coot Bar Tlmot-J
DALLAS, Texas, Dec. 4. Tho rain
fall continued today in the flood dis
tricts of central Texas, adding to the
menace of the waters which already
havo cost thirteen lives and about
i nnn.noo nronerty damage. Tho
most important new point nffected to
day was San Antonio. The floods
cover portions of nearly every county
trnm Run Antonio northward and
eastward to Include all the important
cities of north and central Texas.
jihiiw Hurnetl. Harry, Jones, a
worker on the towboat Powers, was
scalded In an accident touay.
nr niv declared he was not nurneu
,orth mentioning. Joe ' taken
RAIN IN TEXAS
ADOS TO MENACE
DEED FILED AT COQl'ILLE TO
DAV CEDING "FlltE PIT ACHE"
AND ADDITIONAL LAND EM
BRACING IIEAVEH HILL .MINE
(Special to Tho Times.)
COQUILLE. Or., Dec. 5. A deed
involving sonic of the most valuable
property in Marslifleld was filed In
County Clerk Watson's office today
and caused quite a bit of comment
as It also Indicated that It was the
first step in the transfer of the
steam franchise of the Tcrmliinf
Railway to the Southern Pacific.
The deed was from the Southern
Pacific and tho Coos Hay, Rosoburg
& Eastern Hallway, by E. E. Cal
vin, general mnnager of the South
ern Pacific and president of tho
Coos Day line, to the Marslifleld
ltealty and Trading Compnny, n sub
sidiary corporation of the C. A.
Smith Company, which holds tho
Mnrshfield real estate of tho latter.
It cedes nil of tho railroad com
pany's Interest In a tract oxleiidlng
from Broadway to the harbor line
from Mill Slough ')()(! feet south
ward. This includes all of the old
Eire Pit Acre," according to the
. iu . ... ....... ...
un-jCnthcart survey, property which Iiiih
'long been In litigation, nnd part
of It embraces a portion of the
"Hnllroad Reserve," in which tho
C. A. Smith Company had begun
suit to establish Its claim to a thirty-second
The land Includes tho present Den
ver Hill mine coal bunkers.
It Is generally understood that
i1'10 transfer is part of tho matters
.Mint lt r A Qntttlt Pntnnnni' In.
mil lUU tjitiani viwhiiiuiij at
slsted on settling boforo the trnns-
ifcr ot tlle Terminal Railway
It was also stated hero by parties
In close touch with the situation
,.,.. . .
that the C. A. Smith Compnny is to
-.. n..ii i.v.
t'llj JIIDt aim tiinu uuuuhii
tho retail yards of the C. A. Smith
company, leaving nbout 100 feet be
tween the right of way and Ilroad
way north of Mill Slough.
This gives the C. A. Smith Com
CIIAHUES HY SOCIALIST I.OCAIj
THAT HHUTAMTY WAS EXER
CISED NOT SUSTAINED AT IX
QI'IHV LAST XK.'HT.
Following nn exhnustlvo Investiga
tion Into the charges brought by the
Socialist Locnl that George Doyle was
brutally and Inhumanly treated bv
Marshllold polleenion last Saturday
night, when he was arrested ror
drunkenness, the City Council, on
motion of Coiiiicllmnn Ferguson, sec
onded by Councilman Allen, exoner
ated Gordon Smith and tho orflcers.
On motion or Councilman Copplo,
who miRKcsted that only tho facts In
the case bo brought out, City Attorn
ey Goss conducted the questioning or
the witnesses, who were Bworn by
Recorder Butler. Nearly a dozen tes
tified, after the letter of tho Social
ist Local, signed by tho secretary,
Art Storgard, had been read.
Tho charges were that Doyle, while
under the Influenco of liquor, una
been beaten hy police officers, and
thnt after ho hnd been placed In a
cell tho hose had been turned on him,
nnd Dr. E. Mlngus had been called
in to nttend the man.
(ieorgo Doyle TeKtlflet.
nnvlo was called to the
stand and sworn. He was questioned
by Attorney Goss, who asked:
"What were you 'doing on Satur
"I was moving In rrom the stew
art ranch back of North Bend."
"What Is your occupation?"
"I am a teamster."
"Where did you get the liquor?"
"Here and In North Bend."
"Did you buy It all by the glass?"
"I got some In glasses and somo
"Were you conscious of the fact
that you were Intoxicated?
I do not know of buying any li
quor In Marshfleld. The last I re
member getting was in North Bend."
C. A. SMITH CO.
pany all of the land abutting on the
n:outn of Mill Slough.
It Is possible, it was understood
here, that the Southern Pacific
right of way may be swung west
ward south of Mill Slough so as to
r.ermlt ample room for the building
of the big docks and slips near
wnere the Heaver Hill hunkers now
stand when Mr. Smith decides to
carry out his project for them. He
bad planned for these docks, ware
houses and slips to ho built where
the retail yards are now.
Nothing could bo learned hero
as to the date for making the for
mal transfer of the steam franchises
from the Terminal Compnny to the
Southern Pacific except that a meet
lis would probably be held In Marsli
fleld on the nrrlval of Ralph I).
Moody and V. S. Chandler today.
MKETIXO IS HELD
"W. S. Chandler and Ralph
Moody arrived today from
San Francisco coming via Drain
nnd Cinrdlnor. Immediately nf
ter tlielr arrival, a meeting or
the Terminal Compnny wns call
ed and Ih being held this after
noon. Nothing wns given out
ns to the status of the deal al
though It was expected that the
negotiations might be conclude:!
Mrs. Chandler returned with
Mr. Chandler, having met him
STRIKE jVKARLV E.VDCD.
Ilusltic.ss Conditions In Indianapolis
Arc Almost Normal.
tnr AtioclilM fro. to Coo. fill run.l
INDIANAPOLIS. Dec. Huslness
conditions were resumed on an nlmost
normnl basis today, the fourth day
of the strike of the teamsters and
chauffeurs union. Practically all of
the team owners hnd at least a part
of their forces In operation. It was
announced by tho union today that
only 1 2Ti owners, employing nbout
900 men, had signed the tcntntlvu
agreement submitted yesterday by tho
union officials. Tho list did not In
clude any or tho large employers
"Do you romeber whnt you did
"I remember driving to Helsnor's
barn, and then started for home.
Some boys followed mo on the street
nnd tripped me. I got Into trouble
"How did your coat como to bo
"I don't know. I remember some
body started to pick mo up and I
tried to fight him. I did not know
)) I m . but I think he wns an officer."
When Doyle Awoke.
"When did you wnko up?"
"It was late Saturday night. I
wns all soaking wot, but I didn't
know how I got thnt way. Somebody
cnmo'nnd got mo out nnd I went
"Were you dry then? Wore your
"Yes, I was wot. The bedding
wns wet In the cell."
"How did you como to be bruised?"
"I don't remember."
"Did you suffor any 111 ofrects from
"Yes, I had a chill Monday night
and couldn't appear before the Coun
"Can't you remember any more to
tell the Council?" "
"No, all the rest Is whnt my friends
Doylo stated that Levi Helsner's
driver had told him, that when ho
brought him over from North Ilend
he had no scar on his head.
At this point Gordon Smith stated
to the Council that Doyle had receiv
ed the scar In his cell, when ho fell
from his bed.
Winkler Probes Charges.
Councilman Winkler asked Doylo
when he left the Stewart ranch.
Doyle stated that It must lavo been
between 2 nnd 3 o'clock on Satur
day. He couldn't remember exactly.
"Did you get the bottle In North
(Continued ob Page Three.)
ITS OWN CIVIL GOVERNMENT
Y C. A.
C. A. S nlth h: ' sent a letter to
tho Marshllo.d Public Library Com
mittee enclosing n check for $ioo to
uld in the completion of the new 1 1 1
rary. The check Is In compliance , property by the rebels may continue,
with n promise made some time ago, the days of fighting In northern Mox
by Mr. Smith that he would assist lea are numbered, as far ns tho pres
theiu when they got the new library out revolution Is concerned, nccordlnt;
building started. Jn his letter Mr. I to opinions expressed hy robot leail-
Snilth wnrinly congratulates the coin-
nilttee on the effective work they
havo done in sccuiing a library build
ing for Marshllold and tile ndvnutngcs
the community will enjoy rrom It.
A number of Mnrshfield men have
promised to assist the library. The
committee will need considerable
funds to install fixtures and equip
ment and also to add new honks when
tho new building is completed, anil
parties wishing to make a Christ
inns gilt for the greatest good for
tho greatest number will probnhly
find tho library tho best place to con
REPORT THAT (i'RAXD .11' HV .MAY
.MAKE INVESTIGATION OF COX
DFCT OF I.OIK.'IXU PLACES IX
According to rumors afloat here,
tho clean-up crusade which County
Attorney Liljcqvlst has launched,
will bo extended to the rooming nnd
lodging houses In the various towns
and It Is expected that some Indict-1
incuts may bo returned by tho grand '
Jury, which Is now In session. !
Rumors or offenses by somo of
tho lodging houses on the Hay havo
been rlfo Tor some tlmo nnd accord-
(i t r ntin tiiitt tlwi tiiitrwilnl ili(iw. I
HIS 1 1' UIIU I UIWI l HI. J V.I lit! llllli.l -
Uvea which County Attorney Liljc
qvlst had gathering evidence ugalnst
tho houses or 111 fame also Investi
gated the rooming houses.
Local Cases. Cp.
Joslo Hoyt, mistress or the North
Front street resort which was raided
by Constnhlo Cox nnd Orricer Rlch
nrdson tho other night, lort this
morning with tho two Inmates that
were arrested with her to nppoar bo
foro tho grand Jury today.
Tamp Osborne, A. K. (leor, Hill
Shoupo nnd Gordon Smith wont over
In connection with tho grand Jury
Investigation of tho alleged gambling
by Osborn, Goer and others, which
cost Geer a three-moiitliB' sentence
In the county Jail.
Tho grand Jury also was to tako
up thu caso or the Italian Ross
charged with stabbing a Smith mill
hnnd named Olson rrom Hunker Hill
at tho Coos Hotel. Ross was nlso
charged with being n moral pervert.
ZELAYA MUST GO.
Former Nlciiragua President Helens
ed on Tills Condition,
tnr amocihkj rr to coo nr tii.i
NEW YORK, Dec. L Former
PresldenfZelaya or Nicaragua was re
leased this artornoon on the condition
that ho would' leavetho country Im
mediately ror Barcelona, Spain.
TO CONSIDER STRIKE.
Colorado Vnlon lender Calls Meeting
to Decide on Action.
I nr Aoclt4 Vint to toot tlr Tlmn.
' ........ 4 4 rnimfl1 ...ill
lJr..VKH lUI.. I. i luiui.i
for a convention of representatives of
labor un on n Colorado,
meet hero on December in, wns is
sued by John McLennnn. president of
tho state federation of labor. Tho con
vention will consider the question or
declaring n state-wide- sympathetic
strike In support or the striking mine
FLOUIL FLOUK, One, six or
dozen nt ut Ha In en.'
Systematize Customs and
Postal Laws to Be Enforced
Along the Border.
WILL BE ADOPTED
Constitutionalist Leader to
Rule Half of Mexico as De
tached Part of Country.
H AMoeUtel I'mn to rtoo pat Tlmr.)
.1 PA It EX, Dee. I. While loollnic
hy Isolated bands or confiscation of
What most Immediately concoriiH
the Constitutionalist party Is tho el
aboration or Its civil government.
This embraces more systematized cub
tonis to be enforced along tho border
There remains also to be tint In forco
n uniform currency system, Tor tho
now rebel and federal currency aro
in conflict, one kind being acceptnblo
In one place, the other kind lit an
other. Rebel postal stamps are al
ready In use.
For all practical purposes-, wftltfn
u short time, the lenders say, tho
government will he In operation lo,
the northern hair or the country,
which will bo entirely detached rrom
that of .Mexico City. Tho boinelesu
number thousands today, but as thoy
are divided In small groups through
an Immense terltory, no serious ro
ller problems aro presented.
WEALTHY MEXICAN SHOT.
Illj AMOi'ltlMl rrr.i to Coo. lUf TIm.r
HERMOS'LLO. Dee. L Antonio
Caballero, a wealthy Mexican resi
dent or Slnulon, was shot to death
today by n thing sqiuul or rebels. Ho
was convicted or plotting against the
Constitutionalist government. nft
FEDERAL OFFICP.H ESCAPES.
Shot Through Chest by Filing Squad,
He (Sets Away.
(ny AmocLI.iJ I'm. to Coot liar ntnm.J
MEXICO CITY, Dee. 4. Colonel
Exlqulo Harhossa, n federnl orricer.
who was Ion ror dead with it bullet
through his chest after facing a fir
lug sqund of rebels at Torreon, ar
rived In the capital today. Ho rolatcn
that ho was captured hy Genoral .
Francisco Villa when tlm fedora!
troops commanded by Gen. Fellpo
Alvarez wero wiped out Just bororo
the evacuation or Torreon.
Col. HarhohSit Is the only onn to
raptured by Villa on that occasion.
Ho says thnt ho, with tho rest, wan
shot down. Two hours later ho re
covered consciousness nnd whllu tho
executioners wore roasting ho crawl
ed nway ami niniinged to got to n
ranch where ho was given
TAKE Af HAND
German Ruler to Use Power
to Put End to Civil and Mil
itary Row at Alsace.
Hr AiiocUtea Prm lo Coo !)r TlmN.J
BERLIN. Dee. 4. Emporor Wil
liam decided today that the tlmo bud
come for him to interfere perbotiuily
with' tho full wolght of his authority
in order to put an end to the differ
ences between the civil and mnitury
authorities of Alsace He has sum
moned tho governor gonuml of Alsace-Lorraine,
Count Chuios Von
Wedel, and the cotuiiianilln'; general.
Herthold Von Dolmluig. to report to
him Immediately at Karlsruhe.
I .... ...... ,,r r It I tr mitiitcd
to." ... v - ,
of u resolution expiessing coufld-nco
in tho government, but ban ir.ado
possible a serious bitch lit tho bud
It is not unlikely that parliament
will refuse to proceed with the dlH
ciiBslon of the budget until It ro
rnlvcB satisfactory guurautoea tbcro
rill bo no ropotltlon of aucb lucldeutti
I as those which occurred nt 5'iberu.
to Mercy Hospital,