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VOL XXXVII.
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MARSHFIELD, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914 EVENING EDITION 10 PAGES
aiTiiflisE huge
A Consolidation of Times, Const Mall n OHTI
and Coos. Hay Advertiser. n,u" t"wi'
ILL TIE PLAGE III JUNE
Engagement of Sec. MoAdoo
ana win ""
Announced
pvfNT WILL BE
E BIG i SOCIAL FUNCTION
Washington Society and Off!-
CiaiS TOuyHiww"-"
i In the Affair
. . . n m .Ml ttaV TlmM 1
J, AHM11IN irr.. .- - -
Formal announcement of tho cngago
men? of MIsb Eleanor I nndolph VI -Ton
the oungcst daughter of Prcsl
Sent Wilson, to William Glbbs Mc
Adoo. Secretary of the Treasury, ro
MiWd tho BiispciiBO of Washington
off fal and social circles today.
IB, AMwltil rrr to Coo liar Tlmi 1
...ifMiittrvrnM. ii. C. March 11.
I-Tho prospect for nnothor Whlto
Slouio wedding mis "" i
orbing topic of conversation j n
formal nnnouiicuinum. " ""
,111, keen interest, iiiiuuimmiu i-
f mi ninTiipimiciit liavo been
Current over slnco Socrotnry of tho
irreaiury McAuoo was a uimiur b"-'-iat
tho Whlto House Just boforo tho
piarrlago of Miss Jcsslo Wl son to
"....i. n Snvrn. Tho lllKll posi
tion occupied by McAdoo londs addi
tional Interest to tho engagement.
IVaiblngton oxpoctB tho wedding to
becur In June, ""i lll ,,IU0 ,lllB "Ul
cen announced.
SEATTLE 01
CAUSES LOSS
FIRST EXIBIT
NEARLY DONE
Torrent From Lake Washing
ton Sweeps Away Bridge
Damage Small
W A(wlitnl rrea to Coo tlif Timet.
SEATTLE, March 1 1. Govern
ment cnglnoor worked all night
building a cofferdam to iloso tho
gap In tho Lnko Union dam which
permitted a torrent of water to rush
out Into tho Government canal vcb-
I torday, lowering tho lake lovel four
roof. Iho city began today tho re
construction of the Kromont bridge,
which was washed away by tho do
luge. It Is expected that tho flow
of water will bo checked today. Tho
financial Iokb Is small as the banks
of tho canal had been cleared In an
ticipation of tho raising of tho water
upon tho completion of tho great
lock at Salmon liny, through which
tho largest vcssoIh will bo lifted Into
tho fresh water lakes that He bohlnd
Seattle.
Palace of Machinery, Largest
Wooden Building Built,
Done at .San Franaisco
(Ilf Ataotltleo Pr e to Coaa Bar .ItnM.l
SAN FKANC1SCO, March 14.
Except for a fow pieces of sculp
tunry yet to bo Bet In niches at tho
Pnlaco of Machinery of tho Panama
Pacific Exposition, tho building was
announced completed today and tno
first exhibit will bo Installed April
1. Tito building Is not only tho
Inrgest In tho exposition, but tho
lnrgest wooden structure over built.
It Is 9CS feet long, 3C8 wldo nnd 13G
high, costing nearly $700,000.
TEN VICTIMS
U
1
S GUN ON
S
CHICAGO HAS
ktrantje Action of Chris Peter
son Arouses menus
Suicide Worries
Looklnc Into tho business end of
revolver Is not tho most plonsant
king on enrtb, according to Dob
arter, who enmo to tno ponco stn-
on last cvonlng informing Ofiicor
p'alter Hlclutrdson that Chris Peter-,
oa. proprietor of tlio union amoon,
lltenpted to shoot him. Officer
fkbardaon Immediately wont to tho
alon Saloon nnd disarmed Potur-1
oa, taking a .32 cnllbro rovolvor,
pm him, He did not arrest Pctor-
ra, ai Sartor did not wish to proa-
Mte ' I
The exact naturo of tho trouble
Ktwccii 1'otorson nnd Barter Is un-
aowD. but It Is bellovcd thnt Poter-
ea hid been drlnldAC 'too heavily
na emouutured tinrtur in n jovial ,
pood. Peterson took him seriously!
H tarter commented on tho mini
kr of suicides on Coos Hay during,
ft pait week.
without warning Peterson drow a
poiver on Barter and is roported
nave saui: ,fjf thore nro to bo
W moro suicides, two will go bo-
ro I do." Sartor manaced to
pue and get out through a back
" ot me saloon nnd hastened
toe police station (nllinir Officer
Miter Richardson of the Incident.
Jut why Peterson should net in
M manner his frlonds- are unnble
"Plain. lloth lin nnil Sartor
,T been friendly at nil times nnd
0 reason fftn lin pIvhh tn llAiiipinnfa
men. -v.w,.
YeiterdflV Mr. Pntnrann i-na nnr.
Wed about the sulcldo of O. Co,-
th Teterson tlio day before.
K" hereon is a woll-Known old
-'ni oi Marshfleld nnd has many
mui uvte,
KIVi: AH.MIII) IIANDITS MAICi: KS
C'AI'U WITH $1.1,1100 FKOM
1IAKTMAX l-'l'IlMTUHU COM
PAXV'S HAI'i:.
ID Ai.nrlitM I'tf.. to Coot tla? TlmM.)
C1HCAGO. March 1 1. Five armed
robbers broko Into tlio mnll order
houso of tho Hartmnu Furnltuio
company, blow open tho snfo, tossed
out its coutoutH, throw nsldo vnlua
blo sceitiltles, discarded $10,000 In
money orders nnd escaped with
1C, 000, tho weokly payroll of tho
company. Tho men worked with
mnchlno'llko precision. One remain
ed outsldo whllo four attacked and
bound nnd gagged tho watchman. A
second employe wns surprised on tho
second floor, bound and gagged and
carried to tho basement. Proceeding
through tho building tho thlovos way
laid n third watchman nnd cnrrlod
him also to tho bnsoinent. They then
blow tho snfo with nitroglycerine.
BROTHER TOOK
HIS PROPERTY
BOON CASE
IS UP AGAIN
GE 1I1T.T. Two... ...
p)S,rr.i OHHKHS RI3TUHK OF
in .52f TO IIIM AND OTHKIt
.j.a aiteaij.
i&f i0J?B p- ,IttU at ft Bnoclal
rSfi-S c.ounty Court this morn-
i Sss n b- sned(ion' Mra-
E'itL em t0 return Mr. Sned
fa Kert? t0 h,fl ow custody.
E itSu?tt.S.,nB nls decision. Judge
i troni a8 the Clrcult Court
ltt 5Wd Chas- Sneddon sano,
hnot.Lfor hlra t0 &y that ho
iv hZ r :uuse(iuently ho had no
roZJ0 rdr tho return of
lmmirf, . . mm- T1e guard
'r Slately announced that
'would appeal to tho Circuit
& nedd.on' a BOn f Chas.
latomh.m3olned w,th nls rath
tti f?if.tHn the her members
.ujr 0ver tho property.
Coroner Wilson Decides That
G. Catilda Was Plainly
a Self Murderer
SIX VlOIiKXT DKATIIS I
WITHIN' TWO WICUKS
Tho niitrldn nf O. Catilda.
I known about town as 'Dngo Joo,'
yesterday, mndo tno sixtn vioioni
death and tho third sulcldo In
Jhls section within two weeks.
Tho number of violent deaths,
and especially suicides, has caus
ed much comment.
SHIP HOIY AWAY
A telegram wns received to
day requesting that G. Catll
da's body bo sent to relatives
In California and consequent
ly the fuuoral will not be held
hero tomorrow by the Eagles
as was planned.
That G. Catilda, who was found
dead on tho Haines property near tho
South Seventh street bridge yester
day afternoon with his throat cut,
committed sulcldo as a result of wor
rying over the loss of his property at
Richmond, Calif., Is the belief of
friends.
Coroner Wilson, after Investigating
tho case thoroughly, has made up his
mind that It is plainly a case of sui
cide and that an Inquest will not be
necessary.
Catilda Informed friends hero that
ho had deeded property In Richmond.
Calif., to a brother some time ago
and tho latter refused to return It.
Catilda claimed It was worth about
$7000 Cal Wright, who employed
Catilda at tho Claymore. Nick Stam
bono and other friends think this Is
the explanation of his suicide. He
Head-on Crash of Freight and
Passenger Injures Fifteen
Others Persons
nr Attmuttd rrtu io co. ru tidim.1
TKMOItA, Now South Wales, Mar.
H. Ton passongors wore killed nnd
15 Injured In n collision between
tho mall train and a rrolght locomo
tive at Kxotor Station, Tho acci
dent oct u r red In a dense fog.
1 A
IS AFTER PAGE
Oregon Senator Says Ambas
sador to Great Britain
Ought to be Recalled
nr AmckI.IM Prtii to Cons Hi? Tlraf.,1
WASHINGTON, I). C. Mnrch 11.
"Somo wny ought to bo found to sonl
tho lips of the ambassador to Great
Drltaln, or olso, in Justico to tho Am
erican peoplo, ho ought to bo recalled,
nnd that as promptly as possible,"
declared Sonntor Chambcrluln of Or
egon. "This Is tho second time with
in a yonr that Pago has been guilty
of tho Impropriety of placing tho
American people In n fnluo light."
ill"swh
drain floats
JiACK OF Allt VI3NT IN IRON PIPK
IN NORTH ARM CAUSKS ROM I J
TR0URMJTOlAY--llBARINa IN
STRFI71' (JHAI)i: TANGIiU.
Tho Iron pipe put In tho north arm
of Mill Slough causod constoruntlou
today by floating and bulging out of
place. It seems that when tho pipe
lino was put In, no air vents were loft
In It and when tho mouth of Mill
Slough was filled yesterday, tho water
backed up, submerging tho drain.
Tho air In tho plpo caused It to float.
A crow of men are at work on It
today.
Council Hearing.
Not much Interest has been mani
fested so far In the Investigation
which the City Council will have next
Monday evening to ascertain who Is
responsible for tho change In grado
of Fourth street noar Golden. A
number of those interested have been
Instructed to appear at the pieotlng
and tell what they know about it.
was also a cripple, which robbed life
of many of Its pleasures.
Sec. J. D. Sneddon of the Marsh
field Aorlo of Eagles has been unable
to get any word from Catllda's rela
tives and In consequence tho Marsh
Hold Aerie will take charge of the
funeral, which will be held at 2 o'
clock tomorrow afternoon from Dun
gan's undertaking parlors.
Catilda Is said to have made his
monoy operating a saloon near Eu
reka, whore W, C Borreo, now pro
prietor of tho Nutwood saloon in
Marshfleld, knew him In his palmy
days.
There were a few who thought
that Catilda might have met with
foul play as ho had been seen carry
ing a considerable roll of money, but
there was no proof of his being foully
dealt with. He was seen on the
South Seventh street bridge yester
day afternoon and was apparently
looking at the dredge fill.
ROYAIi CROWN FLOUR, $1,515
AT HAINES.
FOUR OEAD IN
FAMILY MIXUP
T. J. Hardin Killed Wife and
Parents at Chehalis Wife
Died Today
(nr Aoc.t4 rrrta to Coo n.r Tlatt 1
CHEHALIS, Wnsh., March 14.
Mrs. T. J. Hardin died late last night
as tho result of wounds
Inflicted on her by her husbnnd
last Wednesday when he killed his
wife's father ana mother, fatally In
jured his wlfo nnd then shot hlm
solf. Mother nnd dnughtor will bo
burled together tomorrow. Tho dis
posal of tho bodies of llhrdln nnd
his fnther-ln-law, Wllllnm Hnger
mnn. await word from relatives in
tho Enst.
IS
KILLED TODAY
Lieut. Delesser Crushed Be
neath Motor While Mak
ing Landing
(Iir AuwUod I'm. io root raj tidm.1
KOENiaSHEItG, Germany, March
14. Lloutonnnt DoLesHor wnB killed
whllo attempting to mnko n landing
In his uoroplnno. Tho aeroplane
tipped' over beneath tho ground and
ho was crushed boncnth tho motor.
CARRANZA WILLING TO HAVE
UNITED STATES CONSOLS
FORMER RANOIT
FOR PRESIDENT
BIG EXPRESS
COMPANY ENDS
Directors Dissolve United
State Express Company
Many Lose Jobs
Wr A.lilJ I'm. io Com lur "limn. J
NEW YORK. March 1 1. Tho
passing of tho United States Ex
press Compnny, which Its directors
voted yestordny to dissolve, will
throw in, 000 porsons out of em-
nloymont. Tho stockholders will
got moro than market value for tho
stock. Tho Inrgost holdor Is the
10. II, Ilarrlmnu estate, which has
21,000 shnrcs.
T.
IS REELECTED
MARSHFIELD SCHOOL HOARD KX
PR1XS1CS APPRECIATION OF
SCHOOL OFFICIAL'S WORK RY
ADVANCING SAliARY.
Tho Marshfleld school board at Its
regular meeting last evening reelect
ed F. A. Tledgon superlntondont of
tho Marahflold schools for the en
suing year and advanced his salary
from $1800 to $2200 per year. This
Is tho first advanro In salary tho
school board has allowed Mr. Tledgen
since his arrival hero and thoy de
cided to make It sufficient to cover
tho Interim.
The re-election of Mr, Tledgon will
be a sourco of gratification to his
many frlonds and to the patrons of
the Marshfleld schools,who hnvo ap
preciated tho excellent work ho has
done. The school board at Its next
noetlng will probably tnko action on
the reelection of teachors.
D
PLEADS
NOT GUILTY
Former State Architect of
California Arraigned Again
For Offenses
(Bf AnocUtod Pre, to Coot Ur Timet.)
SAN FRANCISCO, March 14.
Maury I. Dlggs and Walter Gllllgan
pleaded not guilty to tho charge of
assault preferred by Ida Pearring,
seventeen years old.
ROOFING. The best over Flexi
ble Roofing Cement. Lasts forever.
Sun never affects It, See J. L. Brlce
for all kinds of roof work. Phone 89.
Declare That Revolutionary
Leader Aspires to be Head
of Southern Republic
tPr AnnrltlKl Pre. Io Coo Itur TinM 1
CHIHUAHUA, Mnrch U. "Villa,
ouc-tlmo bnndlt, will bo the next
president of iMcxIco. That Is his am
bition, nnd desplto all reports to tho
contrary, It will romaln his ninbl
tlon until ho In olthor dead or pres
ident." This declaration was mado
today by a friend so close to Villa
ns to give authority to tho asser
tion. Cnrrnnzn Is now on his wny
overland from Sanorn to porfect tho
details for tlio now government. Rut
It wns stated omphnttcnlly that tho
coming of Cnrrnnzn Is not to lesson
In any wny tlio power now wielded
by Villa, who for mouths hns been
dictator.
"Ills successes In Northern Mex
ico," said ono of his advisors, "whllo
Carratun remnlncd In compnrntlvo
obscurity, hnvo so exnltcd htm In tho
minds or his souiiors ns to mnko his
subordination to anyone olso Improbable."
RILL TO TAKE
Rebel Leader Notifies Wash
ington of New Stand of
Revolutionists
VILLA BLAMED FOR
KILLING OF BAUCM
New Mexican Officials Claim
Relative Was in Jail
With Him
(Or AM0Ut4 Prrtt to Cm nr TlmM I
WASHINGTON, D. C, .March 1A.
Carranza has consented to nlltwr
the United Stntes consuls to Iodic
nrter tho Interests of foreigners la
Mexico whore tholr own govern
ments hnvo no representative, tt'lions
thoro nro wii'It representatives, ,ae
suggests that even whoro tholr -m-ornments
hnvo recognized Huuct,
thoso consuls may communicate un
officially with him without lnvoirinc
tholr governments. This Is the sub
stnnco of a report received by Sm
rotary of Stnte Rrynn from tho ccu
sttl nt Nogales.
(nr AueUtt I'rt.. io om nr TlnwTJ 4
WASHINGTON, 1). C, March 14.
That Gustav Ranch, American, wan
executed by Villa nt Junrez wnrrtfr
clarod boforo tho Houso Foreign Af
fairs Commltteo by Elfogo Rnca ot
Albuquerque, Now Mexico, onco s.
enndtdnto for Oongnms. Rnca testi
fied thnt Ranch wns In tho snine crtl
with n cousin of his, J. J. Uaca off
Now Moxlco, nnd n tMrd man. Runck
and tho other man wcro tnken ont
and executed, nccordlng to the cous
in's story, which Rnca minted. The
cousin wiik rolensed. Villa hnd Im
prisoned him, ho Knys.becaimo'hodia
not like tho looks r his Jmt
. j
CHARGE TODAYlSiS RILL IS
L. H." Hill Assumes Presidency
of Great Northern While
New Man is South
IDr Ataotltlod I'm. Io Coot nr Tlmn.l
ST. PAUL. Match 14. L. W. Hill,
chnlrmnn of tho Hoard of Directors
of tho Great Northern, will becomo
tho president of tho rond nt tho close
of buslnoss today. A circular making
tho official nnnniincemont of his el
ection bus Just boon Issued. In spite
tho official announcement of his ol
that there will be nnothor clinugo of
prosldentH In tho noar future per
sists among rnllwny officials, who
say Hill's itppolntniout Is only tem
porary and for tho purposo of filling
tho position whllo tho next executive
Is being sought nniong tho most cap.
able railway men In tho country.
TRIBUTE PAID
WO
Over 100,000 Employes Drop
Tasks During" Funeral of
Noted Inventor
Tlr AuotUtxl Trttt to fool par Tlm 1
NEW YORK, Mnrch 14100,000
men and women dropped tholr tasks
today as a tribute to Oeorgo Westing
house, whoso genius gnvo thorn tholr
moans of livelihood. Tho groat In
ventor of tho airbrake was burled
here whllo tho machlnory stood still
In a dozon factories In America and
Europe. 25,000 employes laid nsldo
their tools In Pittsburg alone.
The funeral services wore conduct
ed In Now York by Rev. J. II. Jowett,
pastor of tho Fifth Avenuo Presby
terian Church, and by Rev. 8. J. Fish
er of Pittsburg, whose friendship with
the Inventor dntcd from tho tlmo they
were poor boya rooming together In
a Pittsburg boarding houso.
DENO UKBJ
REPRESENTATIVE KNOAVTjAXU,
III'- I'Alill'UK.MA. UlTOHKH RJt-
PEAL OF PANAMA OANASi
MEASURE.
Dr AuocUlod rrwi to Coot !!r Tlmti.)
WASHINGTON. I). V., Mnrch 14.
A vigorous denunciation of tho Sln
bill, which Ih rhnrartorlzcd us n ntft
Ico to tho world that thu Unite
States abandons Hh policy of nn American-controlled
Panama Cannl iwj1,
vlrtunlly surrenders Its power to Ttm
ulato Its commorco becnuso of Ow
"peaco at nny prloo" policy, vmi
featured In n minority report to tha
House by Represontntlvo Knowl&nU
nf California ngnllist tho repeal oT
tho tolls exemption clnuso of the
Ptinnmn Cannl act Tho Commercw
C-Miimltteo, of which Knowlnnd Is-.
iri'Tber. hns roported tho SlmB hill
fuvorably, proposing a flat repeal
"A situation uupurallcllcd and un
precedented In history now confronts
this nation." snld Knowlnnd In hto
report "The pnssngo of tho hiR
would glvo tho British Intorpretntluc
to tho Hay-Pnuncofoto treaty nli
thus siirrondor for all time rlRhrto
vitally affecting this nntlon commer
cially, Btratoglcnlly and politically.'"
Hopresontntlvo Lnfforty of Oregon
In his report said. that thoro wan nt
doubt hut that any arbitration come
would support tho contention that tha
United States has tho right to ex
empt coastwise shipping from tolls.
RUMORICURRY
TIMBER DEAL
MRS. PANKHURST'S I
HUNGER STRIKE WINS
Or Auoclattd Freia to Coot IUr Timet,
LONDON. March 14. Mrs.
Emmellna Paukhurst, the mili
tant suffragetto leader, has been
releasod from Jail again. She
hnd started a hunger and thirst
Btrlko after her arrest last Sun
day In Glasgow and was weak
and exhausted.
FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the nomination of
Sheriff, on the Democratic ticket nt
tho primary election. If elected I
promise to conduct tho offlco In an
economical manner, with tho assur
ance that all Interests and individ
uals will be accorded fair treatment,
TAYLOR 8IGLIN.
Reports Rife at Coquille AbouS
Negotiations for Big
Tract There
Rumors of a big deal In Currr
County timber have been rife hesc
for a few days, but nothing definite
has been givon out concerning It.
R. D, Cox, of Portland, who .Tfr.
talned considerable renown In th
speed boat game and who has best
Interested In tho timber buslnecn
for some time, passed through bene
this week en routo to Curry where
ho has timbor nnd coal lauds. II
did not announce any particular
plans for his tract.
Schiller Herman, son of Dlngr
Herman, hns also been In the Cfr
qutllo Valley tho past few days anf
It was understood that ho was oti
some big deal. He did not give trio.
any of his plans except to say hit
was going Into tho mountains ar
a few days' outing.
Several Curry County settlers "WJ
recently got their titles to tracfci
near Port Orford cleared have beest
endeavoring to pool their ' claim
and sell thorn,
ii
n