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MARSHFIELD. OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1913 EVENING EDITION SIX PAGES.
A Consolidation of Times, Coast Mall Mn 117
and Coos Hay Advertiser. ' U' 1 1
Dictator Sends Them io 'Vera
Cruz and Himself Returns
to Capital in Automobile.
Army of Seven Thousand
Rebels Nearing Chihuahua,
Deserted by Federals.
in AwUto.1 Prrm to Coo liar TIimhk.I
MUX 100 CITY, Dee. Ji. Thu
family .of Provisional ProMldrnt tln
crta Is mid to have gone .eerotl'
to Vein Cruz November 3(1, and
nrn now 'living MiuUHlj 111 that city. ' He ofipproxliiinvdy twoiitv-nlitc Inch
whore their pitsoneo In known to ! cs or mow coverud tliu city tills niorn
only a fe.w Intimates. "Vlie departure 1 lug and thu fall continued. Tlio
of (lie llnerta family on thai date i weatlur httrcau could give no prom
on a spnclul train giwu rise to a
report that the President himself
linrt lefi Mexico City. Thu r-port
Is based ion thu .f-.ict thut ho lumrd
Vd the .tpi::al and accompanied lilts
family an far an Voxeoen, returning tempt v.ouhl he nttdu to move. any
Nearly Thirty Inches 'of The
Beautiful Blocks Street
Cars In Denver.
ARREST SUSPECT IN MYRTLE POINT
BANK ROBBERY CASE AT PROSPER
ll Awiflatvil I'rma lo Cm Ilir Tlmn,
DENVER, Colo., Dec. S. A man-
I'RAXK HONRS. WANTED IX and fuo-y ear-old child. The cir
VREKA, CAI... AND TRAVELING euni.Htaiitlal evidence against him Is
, Smith-Powers people and was dls-
r.mm'!nM ThP """l"0 ' -lrBoil. hater he was employed
COQUlLLh, Or., Dee. The at the Max Dement ranch above
ontl . who has been going tmder yrtle Point. Ho came here about
tho alias of Woods and Smith, was two months ago from California lie
arrested last night at Prosper as a, wis reported to have secured' a
suspect In the .MyrMe Point hank ticket to leave on tin. Snno.lwr.il
robbery ease, lie is also held on However, when arrested, he claimed Another Meetinn Tllfc AftPI'
suspicion of having stolen a fine to be going to work a. Prosper. n nr T 1
team of horses belonging to A. K. He had only forty cents In his n IP0",0 t0 , Al "
.Adolspergor from tho Smith-Powers pocket when arrested. ral19e Details Of Transfer
POSTPONED BY COMMISSIONERS
IS NOT CIOSED
The negotiations for the transfer
of the steam franchise rights of the
Terminal Hallway to the Southern
Pacific had not been closed at noon
inter to tChe capital In nil automo
Alt.MY .YEARS CHIHUAHUA.
ficu'ii TIkmimukI :lirpiuc jo Occupy
City Left ly (Iku I'cileinls.
ranch at Rural, formerly the Wag- it H claimed that 'llonds made
nor place, and anothtr team from overtures to various ones to go In
near lCcklny. jwjth hm 011 tll(1 ,,ank ri),,,JLl,.y ,,cnI(
llonds was brought hove today and "but this he denies.
Placed In thu county Jail. He do- Deputy Sheriff : Vlvii.. n,,. ..
,nlos having been connected in anylmndo tho arrest, tlilnlcu ilw. i.m.k
Isu of Immediate roller. All m root j w,,y w,t the bank robtary or tho j robbery evidence is strong and feels
car anil suburban truffle is blocked. i,lcni0t cfts. certain that he will at least ho con-
nrj IS ttiuura ai ireKU, lamornia, VICted of Steal HE AilfdKiinrirni-'it Ril It . wnn mienoi.lr.il him nl.rht tl,,il li
1)D, the chnrco n mil list 3ilm fliem lun-unu ,..., .n, . . .. ... Voters
" - - ..w, ..win itiu kiiii;ii.
Is not known. Tonds Is about forty years old
I t ri U'flU nrifwimtinnlnil 1 1I.. ntf.. .... t .
..v, ...... ...... I,, ma iii; uiiii a nam looKing customer.
None of tlio rallnmds sent trains out
.of Denver since c o'clock jast night
.mid It was aiinouiiued thnf no at-
toforo noon today.
Aoolwl ln l" too. ly Tlmni.
Jl'AUi:, Dee. i", Seven tlioun
and troops of TIIIiih' comninud wert
within a few miles of Clilhimhun to
day, but at l(i.::SO ;hul not (untoreti
the city, vnia reganhi ti.e eapturu);Hundreds Are MaiiOoned by
of tlio city as .u ioruMiuy, ns uiuj.
Civil (loverawtr was orAerud Ijy tho
ilescrtlng I-Y'duralu' mtlitnry coin
mander, (lentvaJ ilercado, to turn
tho city over to the Constitutional
ists. To attend a .conference with Car
ranza, head of tho revolutionary
Boveraiiient, Villa TtituriKKl 1o6ay
Petitions Lack Sufficient
Names Owing to Registra
tion Law Being Defective
TO CALL MEETING
No Further Action Until Plan
Is Considered Commis
sioners Oppose Division.
(Special to Tho Times.)
COQUIIiMJ, Or., Dec. 5. Tho
Coos County Commissioners have re
jected the petitions of the Coo Coun
ty Wood Honds Association askliiR
t lint a special election bo called to'
tl'lcu mi (1... 1.1(1 (Will ..i.mi.I.- tum.1
today and another nice lug was to he ,. . , , . . , , ,
,. .... . . Irsiie to build perniaueut h g iwafS'.
hold this afternoon or tomorrow to . ', , , ,. ,
ue i'iiiiii rv.it rn ii u tin uie kiiiuiiu
conclude the details. The meeting
will probably be held this nfternoon I
that tlu Ktitlou was not signed by
GERMAN RULER ARSON SQUAO IS
EXERTS POWER' AT WORK AGAIN
,. ... , , . ' , , voters. In considering tho pet t
would bo closed up so that Ua p h' , ... .... , , , ,
,, , ,. ', . ' i County Attorney 1.1 Jeqvlst took
D. .Moody, tho Southern Pai: f e at- ,.,.,,,, , , , , ,
,,.. . i, t , , . ,, stand that signers who had rogIsf
torney who Is to assist C. V. Jlc- . .. , . .. , ,
Knight, could leave tonight on tho
llreakwater for Portland.
Pending the final eloslng of the
deal and tho signing of tho neces
sary papers, It was stated that nothing
would bo given out.
Flood and Death Toll Is "Be
tween Thirty and Forty.
I Mr Airoclatcd t'rrai tn Conn liar Tlinc.
DADUAS. Tit:. Dec, 5 ,Hiindrfds
driven fmin their homes by tho hlfc.li
witter, are reported ti luuo ti(kj.ii
(Order. Transfer of Garrison
and c Speedy Court Martial
df Riot Participants.
tflj AtfOt'laitn TVr.i lo fooi IIr Timet.)
Ihx. Ti.-i-.lCniperor William ordered
Suffragettes Charqed With
Setting Fire to Fine Man
sion for Arrest of Leader.
Illy AuorUtM ri-Mi lo Coo Ilaf Tlmc.l
lOLASnoW, Scotland. Dec.
Kolly Hoiiso, one of tho finest man-
I ....i ., 1.. ,t . il. I .
from imo vicinity of Clilhuahuii to "-' i uiu ikhkuii uiiiuk
Villa Ahumada. olghty miles somh , t Hi'ariio. ;tht eenttr of tho Tex
of tho border. It -was said that rt- 1 " Mood dl.Mrlct. .Many more rofug-
ronts uwiKk. such mi tt ovuatlor oes i.ro niarumoti it Com?n.in Houses
tin trantfer of tho entlro garrison islons at Womyss Hay, a suburb of
at Kahorn, Alsace, this afternoon, ovf-'oiaegow, was destroyed today. The
lug to trotihlu between tho soldiers fire was :tho wtu'k of the ' arson
and .cltlzeiu there. Ho also directed
that tho court martial proceedings
in cirjiiiectloji with tho recent rioting
of Chihuahua nnd tho further exten.
lion of vhhi torrltory, necenltated
TIvj flood death toll Its cstnmteil
a moro united .iindcrstandluK con-, hotwben thirty and forty today, hut
fernlng the futuro operutJonn et the ; tins number may lie Mgnuj increased
'Makes Fine Passage up From
Eureka and Departs for
Making a a' I no pu8igo in clear
weather up the ooust from 'Eureka,
tho Btcniaer Alliance, CapWln Lof
ted, arrived In tho harbor this
"lorulng with 'a good list of ms
tetiteiu for this yort und I'ortlnnd.
RhA lnM ,1.. -...il 1 ... ...( ,1
ivii iue viiinif i inn iwii in i. .
'clock yesterilny iftornoon and ,ar
ivtd In Coos lluy about 9 o'cloclf.
The Alllanco spent sovoral hours
In North Ilend, discharging and tak
on gonoral merchandise, nU
'Wftert to Mnrshfleld at 12:30 J).
m- Her passenger list la as fol
lows James McIIale, Patrick McHale,
Michael MoHale, Jack -McHale.,
Thomas McHale, Mary McHalo, J.
Rhodes, Jesse W. Colo, T. Holns,
W. Drown, 11. 8. Hart, Hazel Asli
nere, White Fawn, 8. Avery, Wll
n& Wagner and J. Matters.
The Alliance was due to sail for
Portland nt 3 p. m. today with a
Sxt list of passengorB and a small
4moiint of freight.
WRhteis Are Arested. Pete Parle,
vibe street sweeper, and Lester Mc
Donald, automobile driver, engaged
,n mill In front of the Chandler
today and were arrested. Although
they were somewhat deaf to the law
represented by the local police,
,bey will get their hearing In the
ornlng at 9 o'clock before Recorder
"""er, When witnesses will be per
ttled to describe the battle. It Is
understood that tho right of way on
it 8treet was th6 cauB0 of tll scrnn'
Bonald sustained a knob on his
and his trousers were torn.
exhibited a cut Up and bruised
hecniih) bodlett have been reported
flouting: in thu curivnt at. sevwal
points. Hundreds of head of live
Mock hhvo been drowned and scores
of homes carried away. Despite law
night's downpour conditions In north
Texas are improved. .Many flood vic
tims are being taken into the towti of
Calvrt, near Jiearnc, today.
Motion Picture Cowboys Have
$4406 in Money Belts
Murder Also Charged
(Dr AMocUte4 rrtii to woi Dr Tlmn.
EL CENTltO, Cal.. Doc. 5. Two
mon charged with robbery or tho
Palo Verdo bank at Hlythe .and tho
murder of the cashier, A. W. Bowles,
Inst Tuesday, were arrested here to
day. They gave tho names Hall Case
and Tom Green and said they were
mutton picture cowboys from South
ern California. Thoy had 54460 in
their .money belts.
Offenders of the Moral Law
Escape With $100 and $50
Penalties at Coquille.
(Special to Tho Times.)
COOUUILLK. Ore., Dec. C Tho
offonders of tho "moral law" from
Marshflold and Handon entered
nieaB of guilty whon nrralgnod be
fore Judgo Morrow In Circuit Court
yesterday on indictments charg
ing them with being In and with con
ducting disorderly houses.
Josle Hoyt, of Marshflold, ana
Hiuml of militant suffragettes, and
was npparwitly au act In revenge
lor th? government's arrest of .Mrs.
Pa nk hurst.
IN POOR SHAPE
Captain Macgenn Reports
Whistling Buoy Out of Com
mission tuid Other Adrift.1
Circuit Court. Adjourned Today
Much to Disappointment
Cnptalu Maclean, master of the Owing to a reoccurence of tlio
steamor llrenkwator, reports that Illness of Judge It. C. .Morrow, who
the whistling buoy off tho entrance camo down from Portland to pro
to Coos B-v hftriior 'Is 04tL ,ot icom- sldo over (ho present term of
mission, nnd that it cannot bo lienrd Circuit Court in tho placo of Judgo
until It Is only a few fentt away. Coke, tho formor was unablo to go
Tho whistling apparatus has sue- ovor to Coqulllo today and a host
climbed to heavy weather -and n of attornoys and othors Interested
combination ot nllnients. In legal matters coming before the
The ahlo skipper of the Southern court who went over from .Mnrsh
Pacific steamer states that the .om- -field and North Hond woro dlssa
hlnatlon gas and whistling huoy to pointed.
bo established off the entrance Is iot Judgo Morrow annexed n severe
to bo placed thens until bfixt sprlnK, cold on his way down from Port
when tho buoys are overhauled. land, but opened the present term
Ho said this morning that the of Circuit Court on Thursdny. His
two llBhts petitioned for and now quick dispatch of tho work In hand,
holng established near Jarvln land- and his system of dispensing with a
lug and the Glasgow wharf, will Jot of red tape, made n hit witn
complete ranges from tho sea to the legal lights of this city and tney
Marshflold. Ho declares that lights. were considerably rtlssapolnted to-
established at the railroad dock and day on learning that the Judgo was
tho bunkers would provide a dlreet ill, especially those who did not
courso to and from the Smith mill learn this fact until they had reach-
slip, ed coquiiio.
Cnntaln Macgenn, besides reporting Judge Morrow is stopping ai iue
that tho end of tho Jetty has been Chandler, and while not seriously
f..,i, onvnmi foni more nnd tho chan- 111. was sufficiently under the
nel shoaled by tho last few storms,
declares that the Jetty, or can buoy,
has dragged considerably inward, In
line with the Jetty.
During the last trip of tho nreak-i
water, following tho stormy weather
Into which sho had run when tho
President lost four persons, tho pas
sengers drafted resolutions thanking
Contain Macgenn for tho manner in
which ho handled his ship during
-rji" - - u J-- - - iJWijowir--..
tho three mistresses of the Ifandon
resorts were fined $100 each, which
they promptly paid.
Tho Inmates of the places aiso
pleaded guilty and paid ffiO opleco,
two of them being from Josle Hoyfs
placo In Marshflold.
The Times want ads get what
they go alter,
weather to prevent him from re
suming his duties today. Owing to
tomorrow being Saturday, It Is ex
pected that even If he Is fooling
hotter, tho resumption of court will
bo adjourned until next Monday
morning, when n n mber of trials
will bo brought up.
Xo Kmplre HoblM'iy. A wild re
port was circulated around hero that
some one named Anderson, a former
Wlllett & Burr employe, was robbed
at Empire. There was nothing to
tho report, as a pal of Anderson took
his monoy away from him to prevent
the latter, who was on a spree, from
throwing It away.
Hcdoiiilo in Port. Tho Bteamor Ho
dondo arrived In port this morning
from San Francisco and shifted from
North Uend to tho bunkers this afternoon,
the requisite number of registered
In considering tho petitions
, under the new registration law, which"
I was recently knocked out by tho Or
j egon Supremo Court, were not rcgu
I Inrly registered voters and conso
juiiontly not entitled to slsn tho pe
tition. Tl:ls resulted In l i t nainca
being stricken from the petitions and
left only 2(10 bona fide slgneru ia-
I stead of thu III) I required by law to
compel the county commlsslonera to
call tho election.
The Association filed four peti
tions, ono from Coquille. 0:10 rrora.
Handon, one from Myrtlo Point and
ono from North Ilend, but- somehow
the petition from .Mnriihricld railed
to show up. Tho Idea was to Ji'ave
100 signers from each town but thn
Mnrshfleld potltlon got lost. How
ever, thoy had 401 on tho petitions
or 100 more than enough, and sup
posed thoy woro all right until tlio
question about tho new registration
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Dec. .". law was raised nnd this knocked thoni
Whether the central labor union hero out.
will call a general strike In syni-j The polltlons woro presented to tho
pathy with the teamsters now out , rourt Wednesday morning, L. 3.
will bo decided tonight, nccordlng ( sinipson making the speech of prnsoti
to a statement mndo today by Pi ts-J tatlon, and tlio court referred It to
Idont llentty of tho Central Labor County Attorney Llljeqvlst to past
I'nlon. it wis originally Intended on tho legality of the potltlonn.
to take final action regarding tlio President Morrison of tho Coos
calling of a general walkout last county flood Roads Association waa
night, but union leaders, hoping for ' not awaro until this morning that
a peaceful settlement, deferred ac-tho commissioners bad rolected tho
Labor Leaders Consider Sym
pathetic Strike for Indian
apolis Msn Still Out.
(nr Aain-I.'r. I'm., lo Cooa liar Tlniea.)
t ion until tonight.
Deputies Prepare for Another
Underground Battle With
Mexican if Still Alive.
(117 Aaaoclattd Trraa lo Cooa Ha Tlm.
HINCHAM, Utah, Dec. 5. Tho
Utah Apex ililno, supposed to bo tho
tomb of Ralph Lopez, tho slayer or
six, was iinstttlod today. Upon tho
removal or the double bulwarks at
tho exits, tho pent-up gases escaped
with a rush. Such a strong drart
swept through tho shafts and tun
nels that it was expected tho posse
of deputies would bo able to outer
beforo night and search for tho body
of tho desperado.
As It was supposed Lopez was
still allvo, tho dopiitlcs prepared for
anotlior underground battlo such as
occurred Saturday when two woro
killed. Lopez took refugo in the
mine eight days ago after killing a
Mexican and threo poaco officers on
HOME made ItltEAD SALE at
SWEDISH LI'THEIUX Clll'lU'll TO-
NIGHT. All come.
DON'T I'OIKJET THE CLASS HAS-
KETIIALL (.'AMES TONIGHT Tho
teams nro each confident of victory
over the other, which promises hard-
fought contests. Admission remains
the samo, 10c single admission or 2Cc
a season ticket.
petitions mid ho was quite poevwd.
Ho said that whllo thero worn not
sufficient signers left to compel ths
court to call the election, there wore
enough to eunble them to call the
election If thoy wished, nu tlio state
law provided that the court might act
on thn petition of one-twentieth
tho vote cast for supremo court ju
tlco, which would bo only 210 whorc
as thoy had 2R0 good signers.
Mr. Mnrrlsoon said that ho under
stood thnl the coiumlsBloiiorH woro
opposed to tho apportionment of the
bom Issue ns agreed upon by the
flood ltnads meeting In Coqulllo
Tuesday night when 170,000 wa act
aside for Ten Mllo, $240,000 for tho
road from Coos Tiny to Tlrldgo aud
$100,00 for tho road from Handon to
Tho first petition for a spocfal el
ection which tho commissioners ro
Jccted on account of tho potltlona
tasking for moro than tho county
could bond itself for, was signed by
President Morlson stated today that
ho was not going to try to do any
thing moro about tho election bh
tll another meeting or tho Associa
tion Is hold to determine) what shall
ho done. Ho may call a meeting soeau
It Is possible that steps may be
taken noxt tlmo to have tho potftloa
crs sign the petitions and also In
dicate which or the three projects
thoy ravor. Or It may bo aranged
to have an advisory vote taken nt the
election when hold to let tho people
express a proforonco on tho appor
tionment of tho bond money to the
WHEAT :M PEK TON. HAINES.
BW'EIMSH LUTHERAN llaziiiir
CLOSING OUT SALE at church TO
NIGHT. All Come.
Tho Annunl Elks' Memorial aerrSMl
will ho held at the Musonlc upon
house Sunday nnernoon at 1:30. All
Elks and visiting brothers nro re
quested to attend. Tho borvlros are
for Elks only. Hy ordor of
SWEDISH ""LUTHERAN lUzttar
CLOSING OUT SALE at ihuicli TO
NIGHT. All Come.