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Coos Bay Times Your Paper
A Southwest Oregon Paper
Tlmt'a. ttlmt tho Oooi liny Times Is. A South,
west Oregon pnpvr for Southwest Oregon peoplo
mill devoted (o tlio Iront Interest of till Krct
lectio , Tlio Time nlvtar boosts and aevef
Tlio Cwf r Thni li prciiul of Km (Wo "The
People's rnjtcr," anil It strives itt all (linn to
lite up to It nmno by ilorotlng It cncrxlr to
promotlnR tho pcoplo'a Interests.
MKMRKK OP THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
ol. No. XXXIX.
Am The Const Mull.
MARSHFIELD, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1915 EVENING EDITION.
A Consolidation of Times Const Mall
mill Coot May Ail vender.
)!' "lU'SIXKSS IX MAKSHKIELHi
Since tile negluiUUK Ol scnoui,.
Al S.MAMj ALLOWANCE t'Olt on tho now books that they will re
ciVcdVli IIANII HOOKS LIKELY entire for tlio advanced Krntles or
TO ItKSt I.T IX INVESTIGATION"' classes Hint they enter. On these.'
,ivi: i.i km HAS MONOPOLY there In no regulation, the dealer t
coinplnliitH of liiRli churges on text on the new special text or refer
i.nnliu fur rhihlrun hllVO heCll ulrell- mien linnhit. nni'li im Mm i.tnsulna ilin
lalcil' niid will probably result In nn
investigation wnion nuiy resiiii ii, tiuiora nro said to ho charging a high
placing the school hook syatoin In profit on them, much more than is nl
Mnrsliflold on a hotter hasls. lowed on tho standard text hooks.
In addition to tno cmnpinitiis 01
lii. ..im....... f,i- l.ivf lifwiK'H In nrnv-I
uiKii iiiur,vn ... ,. ,..w. .
Ions years, more nave nuon torn-
ilnlnls about a Bhortngo of certain1
:ext hookn. handicapping tho pupils, the, school book hiiHlncstt and this
h tlio early weeks of school and monopoly may ho tho cause of the
ut.sIi.K more or less trouble, lor thojprosent troubles.
'Oregon, a state commission in, As nmnVTtho'holnrs In the
imposed to nx tno pneo on tno
tntiilard text Imoks wiihm Includes n,
disenable profit for tho retailer
hnndlhiK the liooNs.
Second lliiiul Hookn
However on tho second
books, (hero is now no regulation.;
fclnnv pupils desire to trade In the!
ilefct to Warsaw it is Most
I Important City in Western
Part of Russia
WLY RAILWAY GUT
5rcat Encircling Movement
Being Executed by Von Hin-
:R0NT 200 MILES LONG
l-Mlnmtes That a Qnailei' of a .Mil
lion Hiissiiuis Aio Now Heine;
.Menaced and In Hanger of
III .r:mlat.l frm to Coo. lugp Time.
LONDON, Sept. 20. Tho IliiHslan
iniiy. meniiceil hIiico tin, fnll nf vil, m I
yesterday by tho Cerman encircling I
inovcinent, is estluintcd variously nt
BiMi.iiuii men. tiio conditions under
vMli'li tho Itlisslnns urn attoinntlnir to
extricate tbnniHnlvPH ninv nrnclnltnln
lio greatest battlii foimht on tho
Koi'ining n LiO
Villi Illndeillilirf litin fliiiu' , lnnn
ilJiiut tho Itlisslnns ovor a front of
pOUlo i00 miles mid Is innnaclnir snr.
Rously the slnglo railway lino mid the
cw availabla wnenn i-dniiu Htrntclilm.
o tho south.
Cannot. Strike Hade slinging rigging. Thoy had just sent
Aon lllnihinlinrfr'u r..,nf... nA,i.!olll H Ini ILiiil u'nrn U'llltlni? fm flint
t rated so deon Into tho hostlln eonn-
ry as to create a salient onun to
'iildon atlack, hut It Ib bollovod horn!
Hie Hii8-:lnn8 nro not in a position to
"-..i miuii a mow.
Xcvt to Warsaw. Vlltm Is tho most
ptiiportniit town u Western Hussln.
llle railroad llinctlnn lu r rrrar mil.
pWIIIASSAHOU Hl'MHA "WILL
LKAVi: OX SKPT. 2H
Has TiiKcii Passage on tho Hottoiilani
nun imcs Throngli Xeiitinl
Illj AMacutej rp to coot Bif TlmM.
N'KW YORK. Knot. 'n Amiunm.
UOr DlimllU IlIIU ri.nr.lf.w1 nnc-c.. ..
k!i ,,r'."ni,r Hottordam, which sails
Tlfl llnHncltt.,1,. t .,...!
"on li Itotterdam, whonco tho unilms
fn,'.l?.r '"?y travel through noutral
Jtpiritnry into Germany and thento to
fllC Itotlcirilmi, ..'III Unnli .. t l.'nl
?""!" ttuBlaud, hut It Is assumed
... a,'V''"Hn(ior lias rocolvcd assur-
p. ,; ' .."."Kl1 t,, lTlt0'l Slates (lov
tttiteed '"8 nfo ',a8SaS ,s Kunr-
jSI-'SSlOV OK IWKSTMKXT HAXK-
t;ns at ni:xvi:it
uictary of Organization IteporN
iniii tho Year Just Closed )
Has Keen favorable One
f 1 Trr.s lo roo Uay Tlmw 1 .
"fA'VKR, Colo., Sept. 20. From i
L' VloU'iinL.t . . i t
Inrn, m' "le J'ar J,,8t clo8ei1 has "ten'
Wo Pious, aordlng to the report
Ol tile Snrrr.lt.... - .1- . ...'...
. . (1- " I'UIIIL III IllO lIlYHHLIlimiL A
'"niverS liennlnnr.. n A ...nrlnn
paying or allowing whnt price he'
cuuosos uiiii in sewing tiieni tne see-
oinl time rliarKliiK what he chooses, j
Knci-liil Ion is II i ice
price Is not regulated and the re
)0 K,., ,s Monopoly
H....I...- ....,. ... .. i.. r.....'.i.ni.i
iiiiiii iuuut jviiis in .uiiiBiiiiem,
ono firm, Norton & Hansen, have'
onJoveil nraetleullv n inoiiniinK' nf'
Miiraliflcld public schools come from
tho homes of working men, tho heavy
drain of the cost of school hooks Is
keenly felt. In sonio families, sev-,
oral children am In dlfforunt grade1
llllll the COSl Of Hlimilvlllir them Willi
text hooks each venr drains dinn In-
to tho Income.
t 0BREG0N CAPTURES
t GENERAL BLANCO
tllf Aim Idril Trow to Com llajr Tlmc.l
t SAN ANTONIO, Sept,
20, General Lucio Blan-
co has been captured and
t is now hold a prisoner Ji?,,0,w ,llm, ,t0 v,;8""Vi 0('1 lh0
In inii u nnnLn ni, '.0l,tH. ' th0. s MB,W. ! .Vim.t
im jnu ujr wurnji cu ju- uooh nay ami mo uoiiunie uiver.
X I'OgOll, according tO an ' "y has hitherto been shown
I , r? ', n , i. , I 2 1 tho boatmen, said .Mr. Kimball, but
Official CaiianZa dispatch ttmm now on they are to bo held
X from Vera Cruz today, t;i!.Vlct'); t0 letter or tho laws.
.. I Thu fines as they nro announced,
. jl.0 ti,u maximum allowed by tho
IS STUl'CK HV SXA AXH OHl'SII.
CI) TO DICATII
Accident. Tho Kirst In .MeDonald anil
Coiiilrnii Logging Camp Leav
es Wife, Tlueo Chlldien
Struck by a toppling snug short
ly before noon today lleorgo Noah,
aged :il years, was crushed to death
In tho .MeDonald and Coudrou lou'-l
King ennui west of tho city, lie was
leaning over :i stiimn ut thu time and
tlio Biing hit him In tho hack, crush-1
lug him to death. Ho Knvo onu yell
and fell over (lend. Tho body was
brought at once to the coroner mid
word was dispatched to tho mail's 1
family who llvo above Allegany und i a. II. Powers, 11. 11. Lloyd, op
thoy nro expected hero this evening. Jorntor, .Marshfield, launch Paclfle;
Jlnd Warned Others no f0R i10rn or flro oxtlngulshor,
Worknivn In tho vlclnty of tho ac-l $200.
cldont say that Noah had warned : c. W. HIcko.v, .Mnrshflold; not
them but a fow minutes before to 'mifrirluut llfo preservers and wlth
look out for tho snag. At tho tliuoinm t nvitnuniHlinr. 200.
ho was tending hook whllo his broth-1
lor, Kred Noah, was also with lilm'niLM. not stiff Iclont llfo nioserv-
hook to conio hack whon the accident
.This niorning Walter Comlroii,Lffjcie,jt ,r proBervers. $100.
tuiiiKiiig Noali was working tooi j M Thomas, North Heiid, not
hard, had sent him to laying plniik-Lr,in., ,. i.ru.,ivni ,n,i with.
Iltf Ml,...!,, .-. ... 0 .1.
Ilk. lllllll 111 IIITI III II llllllll I I I I IT III IIIII'
inoii (lilt and Noah was called bnek
Ho was killed n few minutes later.
Coroner Is Called
Coroner Kred Wilson at onco went
out. Ho declares that death came
as n result of unavoidable accident.
Tho camp Is closed down until af
ter tho funeral which probably will
ho on Wednesday, Tho rnmlly Is
awaiting word from relatives In oth
er parts of tho stato.
Leaves Wlfo and Children
Tho deceased leaves a wlfo and
three children, two brothers on Coos
Rlvor, Silas W. and J. U. Noah, Mrs. I
A Vr.nl.-e... 0 !)!.. Hl l..,
r:'V. """'"" ''' ;V ":..:,
mi uiiintiii, .ir. L nil nea ivruniioiiu . - , . ...;, vn,.ii, n,.n,l
and Mrs. Davo Musson. of .Marshfield. Macdona il oi'"HP; 0r,t' ,,el"1,
Kred Noah, Marshfield, Mrs. .1. r ' not su flclent 1 fo pros "
Sumiuors. Arizona. Mrs. M. K. Mar-1 Vraan Van Loo owi . er doi iim
tin. Hritish Columbia, Ken Noah. Lu I Van Loo, operator. aimth Hex,
(irando and Storu Noah, Montana, i Marshfield, no pilot iiilos, $-&o.
, Lauronco Hossoy, ownor, Marsh-
o! field, no whistle or horn, $100; not
LITTLi; OlltL KALUS
Little Ara Uulnan darted
across North Kront street
before a Gorst &. King auto
driven by Dock Rogers, at
2:15 this afternoon, mid nar
rowly escaped death. Tho
driver turned his machine far
to the side lu time so that
only the fender struck her.
Sho was thrown to tho pave
ment. She was picked up
screaming and brought to
the office of Dr. Houseworth
where It was found no bones
were hrokon. but the left
f00t nlld urm lm(l lK'en. ljaU.ly '
bruised. Passengers In the ,
car state that Rogers was not
to blame, that ho was driv-
lug iiireftilly and that the
wind shied was blurred
with fog when the little girl
. - A A .
n while eiov. cleaned free this
Inspector McGrath Inflicts
Punishment for Failures to
Comply With the Law
Long List of Those Alleged
to Have Violated Regula
tion Required on Bay
.iiiii rr- rtrninTrn ......
WILL DC dinibltrt IMUW
Mimi Ileieaftei- He direful i K.d.
j l.e or of tli Imlv-l'lnis
M.t he SVnt to liepalm.en. fo,
""-'-" ' l"m,l
tinsollnc boat owner! of Coos liny
have been fined $5:150 by U. S.
Inspector .McGrath. of Portland, to'-,
failures to comnlv with ili,i i.ov
ernnient laws BovernliiB small mft.
V'Allht innntlm nirn on n ullllllnr Irln
lu.in tiu umim Ii,..ti, .,,.,. i,,i ,
Inbuilt 84500 In fines most of
I Wlllfll Wlit'i. llllftr lllllltf.ll llv. flln
Deimrtment of Coiunierco on the
: promises of owners that they would
. I obey tho laws.
X Since the disaster of tho Kust-
I land In ChlcaKo thu officials have
! ben inoio on tho alert than ever
. i liLlorc. Not only will .Mr. .McOratii
Imi'lco regular trips In here, bat
Hairy .1. Klmbull, deputy U. S.
t Collector of Customs, has Jiik r
a celved an aimronrlatloii whl'jii will
Department of Coiunierco mid II
possible that In some cases thoy
III bo somewhat reduced. Tho
flues will have to bo piisscd on by
The following nro tho bontB, their
owners, tho offenses and thu fines
of Coos Hay craft.
Ceo, II. Chard, .Marshfield, launch
.Marie, no fog horn, $101).
A. M. JiitsHoin, .Marshfield;
launch Kingfisher; not sufficient
llfo preservers.! $1011.
Andrew l Musters, .Mnrsiitiein;
not proper lllo preaerv-
Wm. T. Iljoniiilst, .Marslitleiti;
llonu: ilocumeutH not on hoard,
L, Lowe, ownor, II. O.
Kiel, operator, . excess passengers,
launch Union. $100,
Chits. Sltiuff, .Mnrsliricld, latincli
Dandelion, no pilot rules, $250
v,.iu i Aiininunit Mainhflclil.
cr8 0 board, $100.
, . ,-, v....,i. 11.... .1 .... ft...
' ,. v nniiu.it Vnrth limul. not
iniHIIUVIIb HV jili'iivi .w... .-..-- ......
mil allot rtllos. $:I5(I,
M. II. Uellior, .Mnrshflold, launch
"Herman," not sufficient life pro
C. W. Ashtoii, owner stoamor
Cliurm, without offle'al tonnage and
number- cut in Ileum, $:I0.
K. II. Keatliir!. .Marshfield, launch
Koban, not sufficient llfo preserv
Frank Davis, Marshfield, OliOO,
not sufficient life preservers, $100.
Chas. Unogron, .Marshfield; no
euulpmont on board, $550.
Kdwnrus .v utt, owners .miiucuhiu,
110 IOK 110111. UU.
H. V-- Matdnnalil. owner:
'sufficient Ilio presort urn. iu.
Larson Dredging Co., .Mrs. i-reu
Larson operator, no life pronorv-
William llllhoroin, Marshfield,
launch Star, no pilot rules, $'i50.
Harry Graves, Marshfield, no pi
lot rulos. $250.
Drain-Coos Ray Stage Company,
.Marshflold, launch Atlas, no horn,
Coos River Transportation Com
pany, Marshfield, steamer Rainbow,
without hailing port on stern, $10.
W. R. Panter. T. W. Panter. W.
A. Panter, S. Hufford, Klmor Hur
ford, owners steamer Myrtle; no
endorsement change of master,
$10i no fog horn, iou: uoiociivo
fire extinguisher on hoard. $1
.. jJ(mtey North Hend:
sufficient life proservers. $1
sufficient life proservers, ?iuo.
Edgar Kaiiey, Knipire, witnout
llfo preservers, $100.
Ivar JohannoBon. Kinplro, no pi
lot rules or fire extliiKulHher, $350.
Chas. Kckhoff, North Hend, K.
- n. Korest. operator; no tire ex-
linifiilHhpr. SI 00.
Fourier Hrothers. owners, .Marsu
Nr - ffrUssJS - rAffjss
X BODIES ARRIVE AT X
X SAN FRANCISCO
(Of AMrtflatrJ rrm tn roo nr TlniM 1
t SAN FRANCISCO, Sep,
t 20. The United States
; naval station ship Supply
X arrived here today from
X Honolulu with the bodies
X of 13 men from the sub-
X marine F-4 on board,
X Four identified bodies
X were brought in separate
X caskets, The dlsmem-
X bered bodies of nine
X others were brought in
X four caskets,
TLB BAXTER U
SHOOTS HIMSELK WITH HIKL
IX KIT OK HKSI'OXDKXCV
Koiintl Veslerday Moruhtg Ry Ills
lli'other Chillies HaMei' AYas
Pari Oivner of ICnglu Saloon
Georgo K. Raxter, better known
among his friends as Ted Raxter,
was found dead ou his bed In a room
occupied by him lu the Chnrles How
ard rcsldenco on Commercial Avenue
yesterday morning. Death had been
citused by a self Inflicted 25-U5 rifle
bullet wound In tho head which had
blown away practically tho entire top
of his skull. Tho dead man was
found by his brother, Charles Maxtor,
about nine o'clock yesterday when
ho cnuie looking for Karl Chlsholm,
his former room mate. Riirial took
place lu Co.quille this afternoon.
Together with his brother, tho de
ceased ciimo hero u year ago from
Coiiillle, whero for 12 years ho hud
been In tho liquor business, anil
bought thu Kaglo Saloon. Already
Ted Raxter was well known lu tho
country und made many friends.
Cause of the suicide Is laid to a
siege of despondency, during which
ho Is said to have brooded heavily
over the separation from his wif.i,
about five years afo. Ills frluiids
sny that ho drank very moderately
and thnt his death could not bo at
tributed to that cause.
Thnt the deed was premeditated
Is shown by tho fact that Ted Ilaxter
had gone home Saturday evening and
destroyed nil his hitters and every
paper in tho room that belonged to
When found ho was fully dressed,
with tho exception of his coat, vest
and shoes. Rut little was left of the
head ubovo his temples and hits of
the skull we io blown uboiit the room
and tho hud clothing was saturated
-Shot wits Heard
A shot, supposed to have been tho
fatal one, was heard holwcen 0 ami
!:15 p. in. Saturday. Sonio men
who hcilrd it roitorl and .Marshal
.lack Carter went out to Investigate
It. He decided Inter It had boon n
back firing nhot from nu nutn mid
nothing more was thought of tho
Incident until yostcrday morning
when tho dond nut n was found. .Mrs.
Howard, at whoso rosldonco ho lived,
wns down town nt tho'tlme.
Charles Ilaxter wont Into tho room
about nine yustorday saw his brother
on tho bed and called to him. There
wns no answer and ho walked to the
window iiiul throw tin tho curtain
and as ho turned discovered the trag
Nat ho of California
Tho deceased was born lu Kalr
Haven, California, March .'1,1871 and
was II years of ngo. Ho'cnino to
Coos county with his parents many
years aKo. living until last September
for 12 years In C00.11III0, Tho de
ceased Is survived by his mother,
Mrs. Llnnlo Raxter nnd sister, Mrs.
.luinos Laird, mid brother Hal Maxtor
all of Connlllo, and his broi'icr,
Charles Raxter, or Marshfield. The
fathor, K. M. Ilaxter died two years
Tho body was taken over on tho
morning train to Couulllo where tho
funeral was held at 2 p. m.
XO INOl'KST HELD
Coroner Krd Wilson held no In
duest on the body, saying tluu m
oaiiKO or dentil wus seir n'i!on
und mi Inquest therefore unnic
otsiiry. RICSOIA'TIOX ()!' SY.MPATHV
At a special mooting tho Coos Ray
Rartendor's Pnlou No. 7 111 this morn
ing resolutions of condolence uud
sympathy for the family of Ted
j Raxter were adopted and coplos of
mom orneroii seui 10 tno relatives or
tho decoasod. A beautiful floral
piece was also sent for the funeral
by the union.
C. S. KELLOGG, Seerotury.
HAXDOX HAXKKCPTCV CASE
G. T. Treadgohl came ovor from
liandou today to interpose objection
lu tho .Ma nu sua bankruptcy case from
there. Ho claimed that Manussa
made an assignment some years ago
thnt preclude bankruptcy proceed
ings now. Troadfcold represents the
Kirst National Rank f Handon which
will ho it preferred creditor If tho
bankruptcy proceedings are knocked
Mr. Treadgohl said that he under
stood that the Averlll Dry Goods
Company ol Handon which was for'
od by the creditors to close would
prolinhly be thrown Into bankruptcy.
Largee Underwriting Syndi
cate Formed to Handle
S WILL BE PAR
Amount Has Shrunk to Sum,
Between Six and Eight
LEADS ALL OBLIGATIONS
' KveryllitiiK I'.lse .Alust lie St'cond
I nry When It I'oines to raying
I Hack i;nllvi Pound Slcillii;;
Si'cond lo Aiiieilcan Hollar
I Illy A
h uti-il t'rviu In fiitm lMy Tlnir. I
YORK. Sept. 20. Tho
(largest underwriting syndicate tho
western world has oven known Is
1 In process .of formation today to
'handle the Auglo-Kreuch loan.
which mis siiriiitK, 11 wns reporieii,
to a sum yet lo ho determined, be
tween $1100,000,000 and $800,000.
000. Yields to tho Hollar
Kor thu first tiuio In history, tho
iKngllsh pound sterling yielded flint
place In International flmiiico to
I the American dollar In this respect.
! Tho whole big Issue of bonds will
' bo payable In American dollars,
principal and Interest.
I I Pro-O'ei'iiiiins May .loin
1 Tho syndicate, according to ten
Itatlve tigruemonts said to have been
inureed itnnn. will comprise National
und state hanks and trust companies
from the Atlantic to tho Pacific. A
number of, no-called pro-Gorman
factors, It Is reported, will Join tho
syndicate If It Is finally agreed that
the proceeds of tho loan nro nvall
uhle for commodity exports nnd not
Ahead or All Loans
Tho price at which tho syndicate
will put out the bonds to thu lliit
ish and Krench governments will
he par. All other obligations ut
the two nations will ho subordinat
ed to the bond Issue here. Kvou
staggoiing sums raised by bond Is
sues at homo will conio second to
the loan floated hero when the tlmo
comes to pay tho principal.
SCIKXCK IXTKRKSTKH I UK
. PORTS .MARK MY STKKAXSSOX
i:pedlllon Wns I'ndeitnken lo Ton!
tlio Theory of Dr. Xiiusen and
Other Kvploiers In Arctic
Dj AoltJ rr 10 Com Il TlmM.l
NEW YORK, Sept. 20.- Satisfied
by Stefausson's niinouiicontont that
ho Is ultra und well, explores und
geographers directed tholr attention
to tho now land ho reports discover
ed. Cyrus O. Adams, president of tho
Abbiw Iiillnn nf Anmi-lcun Oeourniill-
I ers, expressed the opinion Unit tho
now land iiiscoveruii oy minim'"'",
I which lies nboiit 100 miles north of
Prince Patrick Island, roaches from
tho conlluentiil shelf in tho shallow
, waters that surround tho Parry Arch-
Ipelago, and the discovery hiiows
that this part or the Arctic ocean Is
Tho expedition was undertaken by
SterausHon to tost the theory of Dr.
1 Nanseii and others, that tho unox-
plored portion of tho Arctic ocean
is it deep basin devoid or hud.
Another notable 'ftiehlovomont or
Sterunsson's was the completion of
tno cnarting or me norinea'
const of Prlit'o Patrick Island.
:iy CLOSE PLAGE
DISTRICT A'lTORXEY LIUIIlgVIST
STARTS XORTH REXD CASE
Charges Pauline Clint With Keeping
House of lll-ltepulo on Murphy
and Wright Properly
(Spedul to Tho Times)
COQIULLK. Ore., Sopt. 20.--DIH-trlct
Attorney Llljoqvist bus begun
Midt In tho name or the slate of Ore
gon against Paulino Clint of North
Rend, charging her with conducting
a house of Ill-repute. It Is one of
tho first cases of tlio kind ovor start
ed lu Cooa county uud will detorniino
the rosponslbllty or property owners
for the actions of tenants.
in his potltion, District Attorney
LllJeqvUt sets forth that the proper
ty lu North Rend was leased to Paul
ino Clint and Jennie G. Wright of
.McMlnnville and W. P. Murphy, and
that for some time past the Clint
woman has conducted u notorious
Immoral placo there.
Ho asks that the court Issue an In
junction closing the place. ordurluK
tho fixtures sold and that the place
remain Idle for a period of one year
as prescribed In the recent Oregon
laws prohibiting houses or lll-r.niic
Paullne (Hut wus re, c-nth hi fore
the Coos Count grand jury hut no
Indictment has been reported again t
PROPKRTY OWMRtS KICKING'
AGAINST IX.ll RY TO PLANKING
AND HARD PAYING WILL
PHOHAHLY TAKK ACTION AT
MKKTING THIS KYKXIXG !
COST WILL II K IIKAVV KOIt II K
Petitions or verbal complaint to'
tho city council ngalnst further use'
of the streets of Marshfield for haul
ing logs nro expected nt thu meeting
or the city council this evening. It
is also expected that tlumniids will
be made that the city council see to
It that restltutition Is made for dam
age already done to thu streets 'by
the logging wagons.
So fur, tho olovntod plank roadway
nu Central Avenue from Fourth
street to Kighth street lutu suffered
U10 most apparent damage. This
stretch of street wa recently 10
tleckcd und tho abutting property
owners huve not completed paying
tho ussessmeutH for the new plank
ing. Despite this, many of the now
plunks are split and show Indications
tlf t.l'llll !,,. tt'.lMl lltll,, (llfl It I' l.l.r ..II
'- P. .- ...... ...., '.t..l.ll .... .
streets not traversed by tho logging'
III)' imi UliM I'ii-m ll C.HW llujf TIiiiiw. I
EL PASO, Sopt, 20,
Villa sources announce
tho defeat of tho forces
of General Callos, tho
Carranza commander al
Parodosi and in tho Can
on do Sail Antonio yes
terday by Maylorona's
DN PERSONAL JISIT
JOHN' I). HOCKKKKLLK.R
GOKS TO TRINIDAD
Will Gel I'll st Hiinil Yleiv of Colo
rado Kncl nnd Iron Company
Illjr AwuiclilM I'rvM to Coim llaj Tlmo,
TRINIDAD, Colo., Sept. 20.
.loli 11 I). Itockofollor, Jr., arrived
here today for an limped Ion of the
properties or tho Colorado Kuel &
Iron Company, IIJh visit had. Hh
Inception nt tho healing or tho
Kederul Commission ou Industrial
notations In Now York, when
"Mother" M.try .loues asked him to
visit the properties nnd get 11 first
hnml view or conditions.
GERMANS REPORT TO IIAYE
DRIVEN iil KM HAClf
Russian Army Is Attempting ' Ki
ck p from Teutons And Is .Mak
ing Little Resistance
(llf Aimoeltttol I (I'M lu im IMJ TIMM.I
LERLIN, Sept. 20.- The wur of
fice nnnonncod today an attack inndu
by tho (Ionium rorcos on tho Sorb
Inns. It Ik said the Serbians wer
driven back. Tho (ioniums nro pur
suliiK tho Kusslan army which Is at
tempting to escape from the envel
oping movement in the Vilmi rnKlon.
The Russians tiro ofR-iinK llttlo 10
slstauce to the advuuclug (leruiniis.
GET OUICn VERDICT
,11'IIV OCT ONLY KIKTEEX MIN-
I'TES IN PERSOXAIi IN'.ll RY St IT
Louis Holllsli, Suing Snillli-P'iners ;
Company for . "jilt, r(M, Not Al- j
lowed Anything i
(Special to Tho Tlmos) I
COOl'ILLE, Ore.. Sopt. M0. It j
less than fifteen minutes, tho Jury,
lu tho case of Louis Holllsli vs. tho;
Suiltli-Powers Lokkuik company re
turned u verdict In favor of tho ilo
feudaut Saturday afternoon.
Holllsli was suing Mr $3,500 dam
aaes for personal Injuries sustained
last spring whllo he wus employed ut
ono or tho camps. He sustained a
compound fracture of tlio leg Just
above the ankle.
It took nearly two dnya to try the
cane, Holllsli claiming uegllgoiiBe tin
tho part or the company as holuK
responsible whllo the company lu
trodticod evidence to show that Hol
llsli was alone responsible for the log
rolling onto his log.
O KY.WVATiON AT
KIEV IS PROCEEDING
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PKTROGHAD, Sept. 20.
A dispatch from Kiev quotes
the director of the Southwesl
4 cfii railways as string that
the evti' nation or KIe I-
wagons does lifter n couple of years
The hard surface paving Is also
beginning to show the effects of tho
logging trucks. Only lu one or two
ptuc-s has (he hard surface paving
broken clear through tho concrote
base, making chuck-holes, hut In mn
ivv plnces humps nro appearing, In
dicating thnt there will he iiiluierous
other brooks before long.
There has been talk of taking tho
mntter Into court hat Saturday mid
today It was indicated by thoso nf
rected thnt the matter would first ho
taken up with the city council or
that body gave tho logging company
11 permit to use the streets. Tho
cost of the repairs to the strools can
not be estimated now nnd tho action
liiken by tho council will probably
determine what will ho done lu tho
On Central Avenue west, from
Kighth street to Eleventh, tho old
planking wns lu bad shnpe and tho
logging company put a tompornry
deck over one half of tho streot for
that dliance. However this Is get
ting so that antes can scarcely run
American Correspondent Who
Carried Message for Dumba
Lands in New York
T BY OFFICERS
Secret Service Men Board
Liner and Question Him
Before He Goes Ashore
SAYS PROSECUTION UNJUST
Claims Ho Hid Not, K'loiv CoUlonls of
(ho Message Ho Was Currying
Denies Report (bat Ho Was
til Awk lutM I'ruai lu Oku llaj Tlinra.
NEW YORK, Sopt. 20 Jaiilea P.
.1, Archibald, the American corres
pondent Intercepted by the Hrltlah
uuthoritles while carrying a messngo
from Amhasailor Dumba to Vicuna,
arrived today on thu liner Rotterdam.
Secret service men hoarded tho Rot
terdam nnd nuoBtloned Archibald.
AHer leaving 'iiiiiruiititio Archi
"If ihnro Is any contemplated pros
ecution or 1110 It Is perfectly unjust.
I took the letter from the ambassador
without knowledge or Its contontn
und entirely unwittingly. That Is
nil I cure to sny at present."
Hollies Helng; Searched
The secret service men wero ro
poiid to have seurched Archibald,
his hMKKiigo and stateroom uud to
luivo taken away a cimo belonging
to him. Archibald denied this. Ho
said ho lApccted to go to Washington
PERSONS ARRIVING HERE KKOM
LONDON' GIVE ACCOUNTS
Ocfuils Learned Which Had Heoii
Suppressed Hcfnro by the ten-
soishlp In England
(Hr Awocltlod l'rM U Coot 117 TIium.)
NEW YORK, Sept. 20.-r-A hand
ful of persons, from tho millions who
saw the first Koppollu ovor tho hoart
of Loudon Sopt. 8th, reached Now
York today aboard the stoamor Ordu
na with thillllug stories uud details
suppressed by the censorship.
There wus said to ho threo Zep
pelins In tho floet although thoso
who told tho story saw only ono.
Circled Over City
Thoy circled over tho thontro and
hotel district, dropping explosives
and Incendiary bombs. One of the
hater destroyed by flro an entire
block of wnrehosiiKOH within five
minutes walk or St. Paul's Cathe
dral. Tears Down 11 Hnlldliig
An explosive Ijomb rlppctl; thrqugh
a six story louauiqut 111 the? center- of
Hie city, shuttering the building
from top lo bottom ami killing a
doon or more.
Several bombs fell near tlueo hos
pitals which were reeked to tho foun
dations and not a pane of glass left.
Ono was mil or soldiers who had to
be removed to tho streets on cota
where they lay for hours.
Caught Theater Crowd
The Zeppelins apnenred ovor tho
Strand Just as tho theatro wuh pour
lute out crowds nod panic onsuod.
Lights were turned ofr and men and
women tp evening clothes rought for
tuxh-aba und other vehicles to ea
mpe searchlights swept the sktos
and the whirl of aeroplane propellers
filled the air.
li HID HOI