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Uto HP Ua nnm0 " devoting Its energies to
promoting tho people's Interests.
VOL NO. XXXVIII.
Petrograd State? that Austro-
German Forces Have Met
With Severe Defeats
Nothing of Importance There
and Neither Allies Nor Ger
mans Claim Advantages
ITALIANS STILL ADVANCING
Forces llitvi Crowed the Isonu Riv
er n ml Have '"'' Keen Checked
DNpattlios l''ront A'thcns Say
Allies llno Mntlo ('iilns
(By Aaoclalid Trrt. lu Coot flay Tlmta.l
LONDON, Juno 12. Tho recent
Russian clnlma thut Uto tldu of bat
tlo lias turned In Gnllcla uro ncroit
tUated h' an official otntoiuciil Trout
Pctrogrnd. It BityB that the Austro
Ocitnan forces south of Lcinber,;
have HiiHtalticil sevoro tlofoatH. Tito
capture or Bcvoral villages Is an
nounced and many prisoner and
much war material was taken,
yttlot In Hclgltiin.
Over tho Frnneo-llolglun lino no
movement or inoro than passing Int
portMicc Is under way and neither
ildo claims any conspicuous advan
tages, Italians Advance.
Tho Italian ndvnnco across tho
Isonzo Ulver wnB not checked. Utimo
announces tho occupation or iho
town or (Iradlsca. Newspaper Dis
patches rroni AthotiB claim that tho
Allies mado grcutor advanceH on
Ualllpoll peninsula titan tho offl
dal statements from London and
Paris innko known. It saya tho Al
lies tiro now near tlto town or Gnl
llpoll. SUPPLIES CUT OFF
WAM HIIASOX HCSSIAX i
Japan Quit. Kiirtilsliliij; KhssIii
When Crisis Willi China Heaih
ed ti Serious Stage
f AmocII'1 TrcM tb (11 n7 Tlmti.l
WASHINGTON, 1). C Juno 11!.
Tho Btuldon collniiso of tho npiar
ently overwhelmingly victorious
HMtward march of tho Kusslnn ar
mies into Prussia and across tho
Carpathians Into Hungary and tho
tevero rovorses tltoy have sufforcd
since tho turn or tho tldo nt l'rz
crasjl, wero dlroctly attrlhutablo to
the recent crisis In tho relations
between China nnd Japan, accord
ing to Information reaching dlplo-
matln ..lr..lno hunt. According tO
these accounts Japan was furnish-
.. ., ,.,i ti, nncn.
V.J. " "'...... ; "... . 7rVt . !
iioiiuii'j Willi Valium h-ii.iiji
Bilnro rcsuiuei tho shipping of sup
LIIIJ SAVINO STATION'
Iltecelnu Teleurain Thai lloml Was
Accepted and Detailed IMiijik
Are KtirnurdiNl for Work
Wm. HIllBtrom, low blddor for the
life irnviii cinMnn .,11 fnns Hay. last
?!I,t.rCl!V?.,, " '.,0?ra.1" ?"!,, nnd"!
Mhiuu Kuimiir LiutL iu il
llOntrart lm1 .l.nn ncnmited l)V the
. . ,.,,,,(, .,..v ." 1
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Movtrnment ctriclnls and that tlto uo-
Italled plans had been forwards! ti;
Mr Hlllsiroin oxoecta to start a
Iforce or ten or rirteou mon Monday
Itlearlng tho eround lor tho station.
imtlng all preliminaries reeiiy to
1htltcan bo rushed to comnlotion.
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KOKX TO .MILLIONS
tBr Auorltto( Tint to Coot Bay Tlmot.1
TARRYTOWN, N. Y., Jane
A Bon was born today
'0 Mr and Mrs. John D.
Rorkpffillnr Tr Tills IS
their sixth chili and fifth
As The Const Mull.
Scontixii: to tokpiiiio hoats
IN llltlTISII WATKKS
Ciew of One Itildslt Trnuler Set
viiii i ami Kt'M'iicd Ten Hours
tBy AttoctttM rren to Coot Day Tlmn.
LONDON. .Itt'io I a. Tho llrltlsh
trawler James Lcymnti was Blink
by bIicIIb from n submarine, which
rii-st took tho crew on hoard nnd
then set them adrift In Binnll boats.
They woie picked up ten hours
The Lciirtru Is Torpedoed and tho
tlly AtaocUttil Trcia to Coot nay Timet.
LIVERPOOL, .lutio 12. Tho llrl
tlsh steamer l.eiictra wa torpedoed
and Rtitik off Yarmouth today. The
crow was rescued.
AXOTIIF.K TKAWLKK GOXI
'Iho Wa Ago Kent to tlto Itottottt
of the Not lit Sea
(Fir AMOftatM Cftta tn too n; T.mra.J
LONDON, Juno 12. Tho trnwlor
Wa Abo was Blink by a BUbmarlno
In tho North sen. Tho crow wiib
add suumarinics iiusv .,
Tuiklsh Cruiser Put Itiisslim Xauil
lloat Out or lliislness
(Hr Atioclllcl Vtcti to Coo. Day TIum.1
CONSTANTINOPLE Juno 12.
An announcoiuent Bays that a Hni
shin torpedo boat destroyer was
sunk In tho Illack Sea Friday night
by tho Turkish cruiser Mldiilu, for
inorly tho (lerinan cruiser Hies
Inu. Tho Mldiilu returned safely to
Men orf tlto llilt:inlaii Which Was
Sunk Are Safe.
lr AiwxIntM riiw to Coot llf Tlnrt.l
LOWKSTOFT. Ktigland, Juno 12.
Tho crew of tho trawler llrlttan-
n, sunk by a sitbiuarlne, have
r 1 1 1 1 -r
II WL Ullll I
ii n r n I ii L I '
IIIIL. U w I - I
maim: in poktlaxd koh hax-
DOX .IKTTY WOHK
i Ht.ck Soon To Pour Into l." K'eak
In Xoith Jelly and Put Cur-
I rent Hack Into Cottr.'O
Pouring In of the rock that will
nn n, i r.nn font break In tho Dan-
lilt n,u .,..-
don north Jetty is soon io , .u...-
menred. Tho trestlo work rrom inM
quarry to tho water nas uceii i
.,i,,tiwt mid now word rotitoB fron
Portland that the ..urges ''
lug the ZlS
er w I soon bo on tno spui.
Tho barges wero built at the yards
SE3;5ftiTfi CLARA HERF
Wind should loach there today.
II till UU Kl ' ----
.. ... i.iiv,i II. n work or closing
this gap will bo rinlshed by Christ-1
ti...n mill with tho water once
inns Hmo ami wiiu iu "''.. .
l,r in its ehnnnol t U lioliovoii ,t
been at. o v 1 "To materially aided
and eeieto-l The work Is under'
and deepened. .. ...... w
1,1,0 Hr?,,t,on. "I"' '
cOLOXi:L Op "':'' "
UI1IIUM3 l ww - 1
' ., ' ..'irivi..iiuiT. .ii.n. ,,. ... ... , - -..-
iiiiii'.i " '""
, ,..k.M.ri Shtvlaw Jelly ml
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Hamloii Work ami Ho On
... Mrrnw of HlO I'. S. KllglnO-
o,s of Portland, will visit this IartMI(MJ Klimm st'ror, Wilfred Hlofnr'
of tho stato tho latter part of the ' Frml Mnllw Mr. Nora Marks. Ah
month. He will first bo at Sl.tslaw fro, MarkH, T. . Unlon. M. M-
m" ;.. i.,uori iho Jotty work nnd
"ur ." "" .. ,.,.," llnvitld will
... .!... ..ntiin III I .!!!( llJ --
iw," .., isnoct tho govonv
1 will then coino m -..
j work Uoro BI11, will return to
Coos Hay "ami probably Ko iron. ...
uu ..- . ,,-
I to Portland on the urBn-.
(Special to The Times)
FLORBNCK. Ore.. June 1-.
n,u" . i,n niniointed
city treasurer 01 nersman
, city treasurer -of Heren - .
'unexpired term ot J mn,or
ho b.. "cen .Wlnc maor
MARSHFIELD, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1915 EVENING EDITION.
LAND GUNS TO
Colony at Esperanza is Again
Being Attacked by the
Naval Commander Says Pro
tection Must be Given the
MUST BE DONE" AT ONCE
Of Five Hundred Marines Wilt lie
Lauded on Mexican Soil to I .mil;
iflcr Cltlens of tho Country
Who A to now In Majtorcmi
Iltr AtnoclaH"! rn tn Coot tlay Tlmra.
DOUGLAS. Ariz. Juno 12. -Special
dispatches front Nogalos, So
tinrn, today state that rlflca ami
machines guns wero landed front
tho American cruisers on tho w-jst
const of Mexico to aid tho Ainerl-an
colonists tit F.sporattza, who pro
again besieged by tho Yauul In
dians. It Is iilno stated that tho Amor
It mi naval commander at (lunym.is
notified tho Coventor or Muyturcu-i
that If ho does not Immediately fur
nish niupio protection r.00 American
tnnrlnes will ho landed.
skcoxd ciiiiii) ix vi-:i'.K si:
ci'hks I'oisoxors dihxk
I. Idle Son of .Mr. and Mrs. I'red liar-
iiatd S;ived Afler llnlm"
ICfrmts or riiyslclnii
For tho second tliuo within a
week a lit tlo child on Coos Klvor hns
drunk coal oil. Tho Hist tliuo the
occiiranco proved Intal; tho second
time. mnrly full". Tho llttlo tw)
year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Barnard swallowed part of tho con-
! tents of a glnss of oil and had it not
been for tho hurried appenrnnco of
i tho doctor It Is believed tho Inrant
, would ltavo died. Hmetlcs wero np-
wiuilil ltavo died, nineties were
l'1'0'1 ln tlmo l0 8avo hU Ilfe"
n vuit ,o tn i,om f M
,. q,iii, ,,,, Pnns Itlvor
Mrs. Al Smith on Coos Klvor Mr.
, .I..- l.n.l llninift lll'n fltlVM
anil .ma, ri i' "-
ago wero suildonly aurprlBod by t,l I
t i.n littli lint. II unk
upriMiniH of tho llttlo boy. It wns
round ho had climbed up nnd tak
en a cup contnlnlng coal oil from the
Twenty flvo minutes after tho call
Dr. Houceworth wus there making
tho trip lu tho sliced boat Kid. MI1U
was given nnd then an eniotlc. inn
already swollod and
B,rnnKlui()n was feared.
BlrnnKiiliitlon was feared.
.st Sunday the 1 1 inontl.sdaugh -
ter of Mr. and Mrs. I. It. Maddox or
Camp 1. "Ilod a few mlimtili nrtor
"r,"k,"B kfl"0 f0,",,, "l "
ICOMKS WITH f.'OOO
i.eavo at i r. m. ioc i.iirriiii , uown iuoini ..." ..i"" "' ' , , .r,.,,,,, ,.
IIIM, ... IVanclsco-To C.ury so high that It brushed Iho county ,, .o poorer people of Mo xlco a
,.- Freight Cargo. bridge. ST. rent above the wa or. ,on,derntlon and respect which I
-11111 shook It. The li'iom Just below 'lll4 ,ol(, for him."
Anlvlug hi rrom Portland abort.,''"1' ' .,, nllt. .
y )0roro noon today tho stoaiuship
ly boforo noon today tho stoaiuship
Santa Clara, Captain l.nfatedt,
brought Li a good piissonger list.
She will lo.ivo out at 0 p. in. for
Kureku nnd San Francisco.
1 Tiiii u'lui arrived wore 11. !
t.... im II I. Mii. Mallilo Col-
,,,, MrH. u. K. Laraway. llarbara
La n. way. Mrs. Lta Wolvertou. Ado.
la Wolvertou. Ado -
Herbert II. Ilrad-
M ..UwaJ: "?l,M."- .!'' ul'
av 11 1,. iiuriiiu. iiii,u , i
Mitchell. Nolllo Arnston, II. It. Mll
lpr, Kslolla Kogors. L. O. Hasbaugh,
Mi. w. II. Stofer. Miss Opal Slofer,
I lllltw "" I -- -
tlnii nnu .WtllM (JWrtJ. .U(l. i t
Dolpli. Miss I-aura Dolilt, J. A. Daw
son, A. Komniisoth, J. II. Fox, HU;
void Askor, John Peterson.
OLD SHJXS (JO."
IBT AMOltd Tint U root DT rlrow.J
LONDON, Juno 10. Tho sign
"nuslness as usual," which appear
ed all over London at the beginning
of tho war ha now vanished. It
wB doomed a patriotic manifesta
tion of llrltlsh pluck whon hostilities
'filet . Ith the populir sfue 0
but now It Is seen to con-
MKMIIKKH OF TUB ASSOt'IATICn 1MES3
VILLA IS VIGTDH -
I MI.M.'Ifl .1 I. VI.'H'C IIL'KI'll'Ml !!.
w ax ...i, . ...in I.-j I'tll 1'iir HI',"
1TTFS CLAIMS OF CARRAXZA
Says letter's Army Too Weak to
Advance, Hut Moth Sides
tllj Atocltll rrm lu root nay Tlmrr.l
WASHINGTON, D. C. June 12.
Tho first official news front Ameri
can sources of the bnttlo nt Leon. !
in which both Villa nnd Carranza I
alternately chilmed a victory, re-j
celved hero today, refutes the Car-
ranza reports or Villa's rout and
says his army is nt Liberia with a
Inrge nunntlty or captured supplies
and that the Carranv.a forces are
too weak to advance. The dispatch
conrirms Villa's claims oT victory
at Slloa. Dspatrhcs Inilicate that.
both armies are gathering strength
for another grapple.
sti:ami:u mixxksota to makij
TltlK I OH Hl'SSIA
Will Transport Hallroad .Maleilal
Hired Kroui Seattle In Vladl-
vostok Xtt Mouth
fllr AMorlttfJ rrci to cH)i niy Tlnirt.l
SHATTLU, Wash., June 12. Tho
steamship Minnesota will sail di
rect for Vladivostok next month
with Mino tons of steel rails and
."iiHHl tons of ear material for tho
Kusslnn government. The .Minne
sota, which had docked at Kobe
after being aground In tho Inland
Sea of Japan, will arrive hero July I
CO. (ILTS Sl".".
Port of Coittllle IIImiiiimI for Putting
llriish In I Hut Which Hesulleil
in Daitiage lo limits.
A vurdlet ror f 1 7"0 damiigoii and
costs was awarded tho Myrtle Point
Transportation Company by tho
Circuit Court Jury yesterday nf tor
noon In tho suit brought against
tho Port of Cotttlllo ror alleged
damnges to tho Doru and the Myrtle
October 7, 1018. It was shown
that slashings mado under order
lof t)lu Iort 01l tM0 0!lst rork or tho
.- .. .. ... .ln n.1,1. .In,
rvorill roiK catno uunii nun
rtrst rain, washed out tho boom of
.,iiii n ni,,
i tlto .Myrno I'onti .imiiiiH vuiii'!Mj
to which tho two boats wero mauo
rast and loH them stranded on Jet-
' wuh n muw.
Tho throwing or slashings Into
tho river Is said to bo strictly
against tho orders or thu War Do -
'i'ii,. titifiriuwH declare
Hill IIIUIIl. ...-...-" --
tlmt the Port hint year paid 2100
iitsi inn i "i i "" '-
Idamagus to tho Myrtle Ikilnt Mill-
,.n(? v ,, nla(, that It cost
R(J ,, (l jam
iGET HEAVY DAMAGES
tho Port JfiOi) to tuKo up a Jam slates will Intervene. Tho Invltu
fnrthor below, causisl by the brush, j u0K requost an early roply.
The present esse occupied more, 1'ilcndly lo Wilson,
than threolays and II witnesses villa's reply to Presldont Wilson
wero exaiiilnud. J. O. Steiumlor and H friendly. Villa ileelarml ho Is
John D. G'w appoarud as utloruoys I impelled to reply to President WIN
fo- the Pint and Judge Sporry nnd 'hou'r dislaratlou or policy rogardlng
' i.., for the Myitlo Point m,.v,. hncauso Wilson's high spirit
' . .,.. i
A wIlnesH wno saw in" imihi"
. . .. , i. ....,,..
out siihwi iui - - -
,.... .....i. ul.i, mmi mid
out stated that '"" "" """"
. i.i. i. rr,.,i unit
; . 0 Myrllo were
..... ..1..1.. Til., iinr.-i
I liU ' " - - "
I...I lfil I llll IIIUIII. ..!
.. . . ... ,1 1...... ti
wns left sirantieu in "" "
one or tho Jottlt and the .uyriio.
iiiiu "i t ,,
WWW .. f
tho larger ot the two, was "hogged,
It was claimed, on anoinor juii
The transportation company staled
1 Uml rom,rH (,()Il $S(J u,
,. ' .;.. ,.. .., wi10ll they were
I that 1700 was lost when they wero
UIUI f I "" "" '-
taken from the run
ti... nii-1 of Couitlllo oonteitdod
that the boom of tho milling coin-
I,.,, fin- In tho stream
,, Umt u was Bllence on the
,)Mt ,.,1IHialiy to, make
n.ufl faHl , l0 ,loom.
" w T.T...7 ..n.'in'CC
in Atrial..! I r- o &. Sar Tln 1
PARIS, June 11. An of
flclal Btatemetit says: "In
the Dardanelles we consol
idated the results obtained
June 4. At the right ond ot
tho ravine or Kerovo Here,
we made tunm-i i",v
Villa Sends Note to President
Wilson Showing Willingness
For a Settlement.
.... . . , n, . , -
SayS United StatCS Chief EXC
cutive is Much Respected
oy iviuxicuii ruupiu.
CARRANZA MAKES APPEAL
I litis Issued Proclamation Making: Hid
for Kceognltlnn by the l, tilted
Stall-. llffett on Wllsoti Tol-
lej .Matter of Cotijecturo
4 lltjr AMorlttM I'rrM tn C liar Tlmta.
WASHINGTON, Juno 12.
Cnrranza has Issued a
proclamation nt Vera Cruz
making a bid for recognition
by thu I'nlted States. What
effect, If any, It can havo
on President Wilson's Mox-
lean policy can only ho con-
(11; AMorlalnt I'rmi to p Hjr Tlnu.,1
Kit PASO, Texas, Juno 12.
General Villa, In a nolo lo Presi
dent Wlls-jii, expresses his wllllng
uess "to Invito a new situation for
nil Mexicans to work together to
Insure tlto triumph of revolutionary
principles, especially tho ngrarlan
ptobloni and tho extension of In
struction among tho poorer classes.'
Tho note, which Is a reply to tho
recent communication sent VHU and
other lenders In Mexico, Is expected
to bo presented today lo tho Stato
Department, by a representatlvo or
tho Vllla-Zapata faction lu Washing
ton. Nolo to Ciirrana.
.Another nolo slgnod by Villa has
been dispatched to Carrnn.a, asking
tho latter to agree to a conforonuo
or the leaders lu Mexico to "ttnlto
Tho nolo states that tho proposi
tions nro bolng placed botoro 'n
pnta and Garza. No explanation
rroni Villa In this connection Is
had or tho reported ousting or (lurzn
rrom orrico at Mexico City. Garzn
Lwns choBon Provisional President
by tho Aguns Calloutes convention
several months ago.
(Jin. Two KciiMin.
Villa In tho Invitation ror a eoa-
i , - -
foreitco points out two reasons tor
. . H...I unliiuu llllt
,B at Hon. First, that unleBS tho
1 constitutionalists reorganize tho
uMviirtiinnnt (Mentiricns will ngalll
! K()l ,i,trol under gulso or anothor
name, and second,
, M(,xr ro Imp
stattm will Intervi
hilinu , ..-.
roved, tho United
!r just ami "the consideration
I 1.I..I. In, lu lintil lilllll
unit rospeci in -
I. . i. ,i.i.. tilu (iu.li cntlii-
Linsiito anti umi"
. ,.i..ik. in Din 111 lilil lit idasi
u.,niiiiiv iiv tho inltli o elasr
iteduceil lo Ansriliy
,. viiiii nolo charges "raise
I i.i....u rr iiinrrniiiirv OlirilOSOa. lllf-
, ,,. r.ii
; fused by mono win. iiik
, ,...,...i..i,..i.. ...tiii, mi InuH. re
nownr Indoflnllely without laws, re
iluccd us to a most outrageous an
archy In the capital, and that It was
ii - -r - rs"r. s
Henor i;arrwii "
strained relations with tho coun
tries friendly to ns."
ti,,, .into rovlows a roiiuost or the
chiefs or tho division or tho north
ed by a
and the different army corps mius
ed by a groat portion of tho civil
population, that the first chief of
tho Constltittlonaiuu an as i-ii-.1....1
u. I111.1-H11. 011011 courts and
.'cull a general election to orgatile
, ... ....., ..i.,ii ,i.,iriiiiiniit.
It declared that inatw". a iwiui
coiiieiitlon was convoked.
MAKKS IIKJ CLAIMS.
CalTiuua KaH He Cotiliols Seum-
Klghls f .Mexican People.
II, Ataotlall ritu to Ct Hay Tlu...l
WASHINGTON. I) C, Juno 12.
John K SlUlmaii. per'oiml represeu
A Southwest Oregon Paper
That's what tho Coos liny Times Is. A South,
west Oregon paper for Southwest Oregon people
siul devoted to tho best Interests of thin grout
section . Tho Titties always boosts Kid nerer
A Consolidation of Times, Const Mnll
nnd Coos Hny Advertiser.
OKKICIAI.S CAN DO HIT HT'l'Li:
TILL Itl.l'LV COMI.S
Scettt to llnio Confidence In Nature
of Answer (icrmniiy Will
Make lo V. S.
tflr Aitoclltxl mil to Coot D.T TlmM.l
WASHINGTON. D. C, Juno 12.
Orfletal Washington , today seemed
to havo settled down with an nlr of
confidence to await Germany's reply
to president Wilsons noto. Tho
President himself went ofr to play
goir on his regular week-etul rec
reation. Are Hopeful.
Throughout official itiartcrs thorc
wi:h nn oiitimlstlc feelltm Hint tho
United States lu the rirm, yet friend
ly reiteration or Inslstatico that Ger
many conform to tho principles of
htiitintiltv and International law had
opened the way for Herlln to con
tinue peaceful relations. On tho
now note to Great Itrltnlu, which lt
In L'c forward In the near future.
there wero no official comments o
day. SAIS TIE IS HERE
.ii'DGi: (Hcokgi: (iitAV ;ivi:s his
vik.ws ox pki:si:xt situation
United States Musi Xow Assert Vi
tal Cltaracler of Obligation of
(n; Anorlite-I I'rnt to Coot liar TlntM,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J Juno 12.
Judge George Gray or Wilming
ton, former United Slates senator
nnd member or International per
manent court or arbitration under
iho llnuuo conference, addressed
the New Jersey bar association horo
today. Ho asserted Hint the time
had come" us never before lu our
eventful history, for America to as
sort tho vital character and binding
forco or tho obligations which Inter
national law has placed upon thu
wahhijx hi:i:d says that cox-
STKCCITOX IS IHCIXd IILItltllCI)
Piling 11M l''iH-t Look llelnir I'm-iI on
ltUcH Woik Train Itiiiiiiltig
Fnuii Sinllh Itlvcr
Warren P. Keod, the Keedsport
magnate, mine down today from the
Umpuun on business. Ho says that
the rnllroad conMriictlon Is being
Ho has tho contract for getting
out tho piling for tho trestle work
north of tho Umpiiita. Some of the
nllliiL' used are 12ft feet loin;. A idle-
j driver with Kfi-root beams Is belnn
used near Tslltcoos lake.
Tbev aro now oiieratlng n' work
train through tho tunnel from Smith
Mr. Kced says that ho Is hope
Ml ror a marked Improvement lu
WOULD CHAXGH TIIKATIKS
U. H. WiiiiIn Thein to Conform Willi
(11 Aaaotlalu! I'inm l Coot Hay Tllnn I
WASHINGTON, I). C, Juno 12.
The United States has Instructed
diplomatists abroad to ask for tho
annulment of thosu paragraphs or
commercial treaties -which conflict
with tho nuw seaman's bill.
tatlve or tho President, telegraphed
to thu State Department today tho
text of Carrauza'H proclamation
which calls on tho other factious
to affiliate with his government,
and which claims he now control
iiluo-teulhs of the population and
Hovim-elKhtliH of the territory or
"Ono or tho greatest difficulties
lu tho maltor of foreign policy,"
Carranza says, "has been a lack of
understanding, particularly ol tho
lu his proclamation Carranza sets
forth his principles, obviously to
loam how the Washington govern
ment regards them. Tltoy lunicatu
u guarantee of tho rights of for
eigners, Indemnity for property
damaged, settlement or tho agrarian
problem without touflscatloii. and
tho calling of a National Congress
to provide for the election of a
Daily News Refers to Presi
dent Wilson as "First Cit
izen of the World."
English Newspaper Devotes
Two Columns to Space to
Tell of U. S. Executive
GUIDED Bf PRINCIPLES
Admits lie May .Make .Mistakes Like
Any Human, Hut Hay VTlicy Arc
Not .Mistakes of Weak Mnn
or a Political Oaninlor
(llr AMwlato.1 rrrtt to Coot tit TtnM.
LONDON, Juno 12. In a two-column
trlbtito to President Wilson,
the Dally News says: "No mnn lu
the Democratlu world todny la so
entlrel governed by prlnclplcnd
moral sanctions. President Wilson
Is not merely the flrot citizen of
tho United States, but the first cit
izen or tho world. Ho makes mis
takes, no doubt, ror ho Is human,
hut they never nro tho mistakes of
a weak man, tltoy novor nro tho
mistakes of the political gambler
or ono touched by sordid motives
Hit. llllltNAKD l)i:ilXlli:itG GOKS
Unorriilal ItepicNcntatlve of Kaiser
Complains Only of Occasion of
the Lusltnnla Affair
III; AMOctitn! I'mt lo Coot Stf TlmM.1
NHW YOKK, June 12. Dr. Kor
nard Dornberg, former Colonial Sec
retary of the Gorman lCmpIro, who
has been termed Kmporor William's
uuorriulal reprcseutntlvo In this
tAitintry, sailed for homo todny
aboard tho Norwoglan stenmor llcr
gonsrjonl, Ho said Uo had boon
treated lu thlH country with "In
discriminate nicety, excepting on ono
occnBlou, tho occasion ot tho Lusl
FAKMF.KS OK 'ITIXMILi: DISCUSS
HIGHWAY TO LAKKSIDH
Committee Named to Iocnt Un-
surveyed Portion and Present
To Hie County Court.
Tho ranchers living In tho Ten
Mllo district held a meeting nt Snr
gent Landing a low daya ago to dis
miss plans Mr furthering the plan
or n road rrom North Hond to Lake
side A commlttoo composed of J.
T. Davis, J. P. Davis, A. Lakoson,
W. G. Colo ami F. Adams, was ap
pointed lo locate tho routo for tho
uiiBiirvey'id portion or tho roau,
which will extend from Ilonson'B
Lauding to Ukosldo.
Tho committee vlll mnko a pre
liminary survey of tho dUforont
i outus and tho County Court will bo
asked lo survey the routo found to
be the most suitable.
.vi:w suns fili:d
Instituted In The Circuit
Court at Oxnilllo
The following now suits havo been
Hind In the Circuit Court.
Peter I. Gohlke and Dolclna
Golilko vs. Carl Hwolgln.
Ilaxler Robinson vs. Suslo L. Rob
inson. Suit ror divorce.
Mrs. Hello Spong va. It. A. McNalib
mid Herthtt K. MoNabb. Suit for lore,
Sadie Ilalr vs. Dale Hair. Suit for
It. N. McConitell vs. Goo. V- Mooro
Mary Mehl, Oeorgo Mohl, William
Mohl and Agnes Whetstone va.
Coos county. Oregon. Potltlon for
writ of review of proceedings for
oponlug the Hall stroot-ColIler
hrldgo road at Coqulllo,
Kdna 1-3. Wyatt vs. II. F. Wyatt.
Suit for dlvorco.
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heads, etc., priutod at TUB TIMHS
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