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WOMAN SAW THE f IRST SNAKE BUT MAN HAS BEEN SEEING THEM EVER SINCE"
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AND ALWAYS BOOSTS
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NEWSPAPER FOR ALL
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,. No. XXXIX.
iscusscs the Now Submarlna
Crisis lotiay vmn u.u
Secretary of State
nAntinn Wl UO laKCIl rCMl
inn Further Keporis on.mu ...
Sinking Olinc ruraia
O AMERICANS ABOARD
Li! Iiifoniinflon as IIiih IIchjii He-
In-iivd Is Iloluir Carefully Con-
fttuoreil iV uihi'iih iiiik
the Matter in Hunt!
Dr AmocUIoiI rrem to Coon Hr Tlmea,
. . nal I.I.. tf..tl...a
WASHINGTON, I). C, Jan. 15.-
Irosldont Wilson conrcrrcu w".n
k-crotnry or Hiaio muibihk i"i
V" ..nU t Im ..it ) i titrt fill tl
our touay ovui mu umuhiiu
Hsb. No additional ibcih uuyunu
pflnlto knowlotlRO tuni omy iwo
Imorlcons wore aboard 1110 nnur
Icrela was recolved by mo huuo
leparlraont over night.
Such liirorinaiiou an was unwmjr
Uivid. howovor. was curofully ro-
Eowml liv both I'rCflidOnt llUll SOC
fctary Lansing. Tiioro is bmii every
hdlcatlon timt no action win uu
kken ponding tho receipt ot fullor
IAXTS WtlTIKII REPRESENTA
Uk Itofiuro Iii Rooms of the Anwv-
Iran Chnrgo at Korla when
Arrest. Wiih Ordered
(Br AwLlKi Trni to Coo. Day Tlmea.
LONDON. Jan. R. A niessngo
lorn Sola says tho UulKarlau minis-
ir nt Washington lias been instruct-
to demand tho surrondor or tno
IrilUli vice Consul, who took rot
ko in tlio rooms or tuo Amurlcnn
pargo d'nffalrs when Bulgaria or
kod his arrest In retaliation for
bo arrest ot tho coiiruIb of tho cen
IKV. IF. It. SALISBURY MAY BE
LOST O.V PERSIA
pnmrmi , i.niiiiou Kinimssy iih
lloliijr Aboard, but Xot Named
With tho Survivors
(Dr Aaaoclated Prt-M to cooa Bay Time.)
I- LONDON. Jan. C Tbu Amorlcn.ii
Irabatsy horo received a report
nat Rev. Homer It. Salisbury, nn
Imerlcau. v,us a nnssonnor on
tio ship I'oralu, which wns sunk In
io Mediterranean, but ho la not
iitiuueu among tlio survivors.
Mmrged Willi Conspiring to Foment
mriKC timi telcaM'(l on l.'Ivo
TlioiiMtiid Dollm- Hall
W AuwUteJ Vitu to Coo ilr Tlran.J
NEW YORK. Jan. fi f!niiLrnaR.
Hn Frank Iiuchnnnii nt ininriia in.
feted on charges of conspiring; to
i mrmes in inunitloii plnntB
May surrendered lilmsolf horn and
Fas arralu'iiml Ha ninn,i,i ..
Iiillty ami was roleasod on JG.000
ill. -- '
I'OUWJ HAVH AV1CSTDUN NAVAL
.m AVIATION SCHOOL
pill In Conirress iivvi.iu t n..
Ou San Fiiinrlsco Hay to
Cost Ten Million
IDy AiiorUt TfM to Cooa Bay Tlmta.J
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan 5
naval and aviniim ..,"... .
tost 110,006,000 on' Sa"Fra,tc.sco
Ma ' ,0P8etl a hill lntroduc-
-a today by Snnntnr in.nio.. rti
fornla. ' " "l ""
Zl Tl, '. j?.. ..?
- " o uiuiuoni m
tBy Awoclaterf rf, to Coo. na Tim.. 1
reserve duiv ""' ll lQr ovon
naw ,...,U'J Wor? strloken from tho
nent. Thor '7,' "l "0 wpart-
"W iii nv nniAM n ii.. i
and mi.;1 ",u.lo monitors Terror
Tluate LiS. "' IS? wooden Bteam
Icord J, . '' u, gunuoat uou-
WashlnB.nS ,.f !. n!?e to t!'
IT MORE NEWS
fuel sbiii Justin. ""' UUa Ul
An Tlio Const Mail
PUBLICATIONS WITH LIQUOIl
ADS CANNOT HE BOLD
District Attorney nt Eugene, Says
Jlo Will Insist Upon That Feat
ure Being Observed.
District Attorney Uovcrs oC Lano
County, will irosocuto unyono noll
lnjr mngnzliiGH or pnpors containing
liquor advortlHcmontfl. Tho Eugcno
Register unotoH tho attorney ub
. "If tliuv COIltlntlO In not I niiliHrn.
v'ClUlniH containing liquor advertise
n'Mi' r.,. ni.i,, .,... ,..m nn.(..t..i.. i
inontM, they will certainly bo pros
ecuted. I expect to poo tho law
enforced In every detail. Tho lnw
Is tho oxprcsBlon of a majority of
tho pcoplo of tho stnto In every
particular, Thoy meant when they
cast their ballots that tho boozo
biiKlneiis is to bo controlled. Thore
Ih n heavy ponnlly If a District
Attorney fnllH to onforco tlio law
and I am not going to tnko any
Will' ho ICnfoiccd
Tho ISttgotio paper goes on to say:
"If tho uowsdcalorH desire to soli
tho ningazlncfl containing liquor ad
vortlBomontB, and nearly ovory mag
nzlno accoptH such business, thoy
will either liavo to tenr out tho
lcavou containing theso advcrtlso
monts or ohlltorato tho ndvortlso
incutB in somo way that they cannot
bo rend. TIiIb will entail a great
amount of labor, but tho District
Attorneys of tho stnto all doclaro
that thoy aro going to enforce every
detail of tho now law.
Tlio section of tho law regarding
tho Ralo of Hitch literature, reads as
"If any porson nhall advcrtlso, or
glvo notice by Blgns, billboards,
newspapers, periodicals, or other
wise, for himself or anothor, ot tho
salo or hooping tor salo of liquors,
or Bhall clrculnto or dlstrlbuto any
pi'ico lists, olrcularH or order lilnnkB
advertising liquors, or publish any
nowBpapor, magazino, periodical or
other written or printed papers, In
which such ndvortisomcntH or no
tlcos nro given, or shall ponnlt any
Biich notlcoa or any advertisement
ot liquors (Including bill boards)
to bo postod upon his promlsos, or
promises under his control, or shall
permit tho sanio to so remain upon
hiicIi promises, ho shall bo guilty
of a mlsdomounor and bo flnod not
less than $100 nor moro than $I00."
Can Como Through Mall.
If Ih trnnnriillv bollovcd tllOrO IB
nothing to provont ono receiving
nuiga'iues r nowa'papors containing
liquor advortlsomonts thrqugh tho
mall, nB tho Oregon law cannot in
terfere with tlio, U. S. malls. Hut
soiling such publications on tho
newsstands Is anothor matter and
It appears to ho tho general opinion
that If bucJi pnpors aro displayed tho
nowadealor Is Hablo.
Too Much Trouble.
Cutting tho advortlsomonts out
of a San Francisco paper would
spoil considerable of tho reading
matter, but It Iiub been Biiggestod
that It could bo censored In somo
othor way, possibly by Inking ovor
-, ii ,..a It ftMi Iii not.
tllO UUVOIllbomui.i. u
Local nowBdealors say that It
would not bo worth whllo to go to
'!'' !. .!?' S,rSSZSS ' Jj ;..-''"".':
tbnv simnly wllUnot hantllo Callfor-
ADMIHAL STANKOHD SAS THAI
IS PUGKT SOUND
Testifies that, it is Only Dependable ,
iirni AVuter Naval Station '
' in UnlteVl StVitcs I
wARi iTntton DC Jan 6.-
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. o.
ID Aaaoclatea Vreia tu Cooa llay Tlm.
Thoro is only ono thorough yaeenu-
i.i., jnon v.ntrn- nnvnl Rtatlo
uuiu uwii ... ..,... ----- .
iavai siauou l".v
United StateB, accorumg io -; "
mlral Stanford, head of tho bureau
of yards and docks, who testified to
ddy boforo tho house naval committee
nn'l that station Is tho I'uget Sound
Shallow at New orU.
mi.n i,tor.naf hnttinnhlns. Admiral
Stanford said, found no difficulties
in ontorlng tho Pugot Sound yard.
On tho othor hand ho found tho sit
uation In tho Now York navy yard
rathor serious on account of staio
water, Thero aro similar dlfflcul
... n.n. vnr.is Ho nromlsod
to glvo moro details at tomorrow's
GENKUAL IIVKRTA M
IS MUCH IMPROVED
By AaaoclatM Preaa tu Ct Oay TlmM.
EL PASO, Jan. B. Gen,
Huorta was bo Improved to
day that ho Insisted leaving
bis bod for a loungo chair.
Majority and Minority Reports
Filed in Senate Today Up
hold the Administration '
Committee Finds President Is
Blameless Regarding Gov
ernment Ship .Measure
Shipping Interests' Are Fount! Xot
to Ho nt Fault Saltl That Charge
Had Origin In ITiigcueroiiM
Trait of lliiinaii Mind
tUf A.oelito.t Trril to Coo liar llrart,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. fi.
Charges circulated during the Inst
HOBslon of Congross that tho Admin
istration officials acted In the Inter
est of foreign business firms In urg
ing tho passage of tho Government
ship purchase- bill wore hold baso
loss In tho majority and minority
reports filed today by tho Senato
conunlttco appointed to Investigate.
Doth reports also found tho
shipping Interests blameless of Ille
gal activity in opposition to tlio
t Fulled to Appear
Tho majority douounred Iloosovolt
for falling to appear hoforo tho com
mlttco to testify concerning his
published assertion that I'resldont
Wilson and Secretary of Stato Dryan
"had endeavored In tho Interests of
certain foreign business firms to
scciiro for tho United Statca power
to purchofco Internod ships."
"The charge," tlio report Bald,
"hnd Kb origin In that ungenerous
trait of humnii mind which Is prono
to attrlbuto unworthy motives to ro
doubtablo rivals, and particularly
political antagonists. Tho writer,
whoso omlnenco nnturnlly woh cal
culated to kIvo weight to his utter
ance, finding himself without any
basis oven of hearsay cliaractor ror
his slanderous attack upon tho high
est ofllcor of bis uovernmont. sim
ply resorted to 'palpablo Hophlslry
to cscapo tho responsibility for tho
assertion ho mado."
Sonator Suthorlln presented tlio
minority report for lilmsolf and
Sonator Penrose Tho minority said
thoy did not concur Insofar as tho
report defends tho bill itsoir.
"With rororunco to tho criticism
of ltoosovolt, tho minority report
"Wo found oursolvefl unablo to
ngreo with tho strlcturos with rof
erenco to Iloosovolt."
DELEGSTES TO CO
POUT rOM.MISHIO.VKHS WILL
FK1UT FOU APPUOPHIATIOX
Hellevo Favotiibln Heport of Kn
Klneor H'Hy Hboiiltl bo
Follow ctl Up.
Tim inrt of Coos Hav will do ev
erything In Us power to socuro action
on tho rocomniondutlon of tho gov-
oriimont onglnoorB townrd reBtorlng
nnd oxtendlng tho north Jotty at tho I
- , OYtflIllilllir
oiitranco, said Honry SongBtackon,
BOcretary of tho Port, this morlng.
Thoro la a mooting of tho Port on
,, . i !.. ttltrx tlloiini Will lift
.,'1 l)Q liamo,i t0 K0 oast U
Washington to agmuo inu immui
along. ' ..,
With tho engineers recommondlng
tho movo tho matter must Btlll bo
brought up In tho Congressional com
mittees and given attention thoro or
it ia inH ns far ns crottliiK nn appro-
,)rIaUon Is concerned.
This Is tho vory point tho Commls-
Bionora feol thoy must work on. It
,B believed '"'XtatS
resontatlvo of tlio loit persisioiuiy
prodding tho question that something
.can UO aCCOmpusuuii.
While la Portland a short tlmo ago
Ho,,PHtiekon received encourago-
-;- tho K0Vernment enoineori
-.;.,., i f i u nmimii l t
and wua told thnt In all probability
something would be done toward got
ting tlio Jotty appropriation.
RUMOR Hlfl DEAL
Thoro Is a rumpr about tho city
that somo outside concern 1b trying
to securo an option on wntorfront
proporty on Coos Hay with tho view
of erecting a factory of some kind
here Nothing definite can bo
loarnod rogardlng tho matter, fur
thor than It Is said tp bo a ?175,u00
deal If It should bo mado.
NOTICE TO HUNKER HILL PROP
A meeting will be held at the Bun
ker Hill school house at 7:30 p. m.
Friday, January 7, for tho purposo
of considering tho advisability of
Bunker HJ11 being annexed to
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 19 16
IIKVOIiUTIONIHTS ATTACK FOKCK
One Itebel Is Killed and tlio Others
Aro Quickly Dispersed
tnr Arnodalcl I'rein (o Com liny Tlmo,l
POUT A-U PUINCIO. Haiti, Jan. B.
A rovoltttlonury outbreak occurred
today nt Port An Prlnco. A forco
of American marines was attacked.
Ono of tho rebels was killed by the
Americans wlio suffered no losses.
Several groups of insurrectionists
run through tho streets discarding
their rifles. Tho Americans met
thorn mid thoy we-ra rapidly dispers
ed. EWLARGES FIELD
HUOOKIXCH COMPANY TO KNTKIt
TIIK CALIFOHXIA TltADK
Heport From South Is Concern Has
Acquired Hetltrootl of tlio Del
SAN FUANCISCO, Jan. 5. An
Indication of tno Increased pros
perity in tho timber market Is tho
advent of a now company In Del
Norto County, on tho Orogon lino,
with a capitalization ot $5,000,000.
Tho Urooklngs Timber & Lumber
Company, which had been operating
In fir In Oregon, has acquired tho
redwood holdings ot tho Dol Norto
Company and under tho iinnio of tho
California & Orogon Lumbor Com
pany will entor tho California mnr
kots. Proof of Prosperity
With an ndvnnco of $4 a thousand
In tho prlco of redwood lumber, and
an ovon grcntor advance In tho
pilco of fir, caused by nn Increase
In building activities In California,
tho ttmbor pcoplo have? n convinc
ing proof of prosperity.
Tho Incrcuso in tho. nrJco nnd tho
domnnd Is nil tho mora) significant
In that it coiuea In December and
January, a season wjien building
activities nro gonorally Hlnckonotl.
It Is said that tho demand In San
Francisco lust mouth was threo
times us i;reut as in any other mouth
in tho UiBt flvo years.
Hiiying In Fust
Stories of speculative buying In
tho Kant, nnd stocking up of lumber
In Atlnntlu yards In anticipation of
tho end of tho war, have been heard
horo, nnd It is certain that tho first
advance was in tho prlco ot South
Tlmbormon thomaolvos say thoy
nro surprised at tho.domund of tho
lust mouth and report mat archi
tects' offlcoa havo moro business
on hand now than at any other tlmo
since tho rebuilding immodiiitoiy
after tho flro ot l'JOG.
KLKCrKI) HKAD OF WASHINGTON
Players Heath Portland from Pasa
dena Where They Deleatet!
CLUH IS SOLD TODAY
(lly Auuiclalo.1 I'rc.a to rooa Day Tliura.
CINCINNATI, O. Jan. 5.
Tho Chicago National Club
was sold by Charles P. Taft
to Charles Weoghman to-
IUy AWHlatJ 1TM to lx pa-lluiw.l
PORTLAND, Jan. C Tho Wash
ington atato collogo football squad
nrrlvod horo today from Pasadona
;hero It defeated tho Drown Unt
.veralty nnd announced thnt Donton
Hangs of Albion, Idaho, was elected
captain for tho next year at n snoot
ing held on tho train Inst night.
IIAKUOH LIGHTS OUT
Capt, Olson Complains of IiC4iI Aios
a I Capt. B. W. Olson of tho Adeline
Smlthxsald today that tho harbor
lights In tho lower Bay woro not
burning this morning when ho rarao
in. It was very dark nnd mado It ex
tremely difficult for him and would
havo mado It Impossible for u navi
gator who was not absolutely famil
iar with tlio-channel to cross in. As
thoro was no wind last night, ho Is
wondorlng what excuso can bo offer
ed for the lights being out.
WILL RETURN ROME
IDy Associate Preaa to Cooa Day Times.
SHANGHAI-, Jan. C O. M. Bishop
American vice consul and senior
American assessor In tho mixed
court at Shanghai, has resigned from
tho consular service and will return
to his home at Baltlmoro to prnctlco
. , .
Dr. Lwdks, Osteopath, Mnrshfield
Has Three Other Officers With
Him and Five Hun
Former leader Said to be
Assembling Followers at'
San Buena Ventura
MINE PROPERTY IS LOOTED
Itcport Comes to HI Pnwi Today that
Two of the Kmployes of tho Com-
puny are Hel.oi! una Jlcltl
Dr AuoclatrJ l'rnu to Coo. Dar Tlmra.
Mf PASO. Texas. Jnn. 15. Gen.
Villa with GenornlB Hodrlguez, Con
ccoIob nnd Hcrmnndoz, with fiOO. mou
havo assembled In San Huena Von
tiini. Valley. Bouthweat of CaBUB
Gr.iudes, nccordlng to a report re
ceived by Gonornl Obregon today.
Mine Is United
Mining mon who nrrlvod today
tho South reported that El Potosl
mining company proportion at Yo
quLvo and ClonogaB woro looted nnd
two mou taken awny and hold for
ransom by armed baiuja.
CALL KOH COMPUUSOHY SKHVICIC
IX C1HKAT HUITAIX
Ah Prtweutetl Demands All Men With
out Wives or CliOdien From
IH to II In Age, Must Servo
(lly AuocUloJ rr to Cooa Day Tlmra.)
LONDON. Jan. n. Undor tho
terms of tho compulsory military
eorvlco bill Introduced In tho Iiouho
d't commoiiB todny, all males betweon
tho ages of IS antl 1 1 who nro bneh
olora or widowers without children
dopondont upon them aro liable for
military service Ireland la exclud
ed from tho tonus of tho measure.
TOTAL II ML
THAT MANY HKADY TO
Such Is tlio Heport or lirtl Derby As
Hesult of His Kiillstment Cam
paign for Two Mouths
lily Aaaoilat4 I'reaa lo Cooa nay Tlmra.
LONDON, Jan. 5. Tho total mini
bor ot men ready to hear arms ob
tained from tho enlistment for tho
period botweon Oct. 23 nnd Deo. 15
i Ih estlmntod In Lord Derby's report
nt 1,00,'93 nftor thoso ongnged In
IndlBponslblo ludustrlea and tho phys
ically unfit huVo .been taken out ot
tlio total proBontlng for service
Although ho haa been a strong
supporter of a syBtoni of .voluntary
Borvlco, Asqulth doclnrod bo Is con
vinced of tho necessity of a compul
Bory bill, which ho bellovea would
moot with gonornl approval.
Hearts With War
Asqulth opened his address with
an nnalyslB in tho Dorby roport, Ho
omphaslzed tho fact that during tno
Dorby campaign nearly 3,000,000
mou offorod their sorvlces.
Kvon deducting thoso rojcctnd on
ltho grounds of physical disability,
tlio total was still in oxcoss or -',-C0O.00O.
" Thoro nro wonderful, oncourng
Ing figures" tho premier continued.
" Thoy ought to convlnco both
our allies nnd out enomlos that tho
pooplo of this country havo their
hearts In tho war."
JURY IS STILL OUT
HAS NOT AGREED IN THE M'CUT-
01 1 EON HOOTLEGGING CASE
Instructed This .Morning but Xo Ver
dict Yet Grand Jury At
(Special to Tlio Times)
COQUILLH, Ore, Jan. 5. Tho
caso of James McCutchcon, charged
with soiling liquor at Heaver Hill
contrary to tho local option law, was
Uulshod this morning and tho Jury
was instructed but at 3:30 o'clock
this afternoon tho Jury had not yet
roported and It w.as believed that tho
Jurors might havo disagreed.
Grand Jury Work
Tho grand Jury Is at work but no
leporta woro mado today, It was
Intimated that tho Jurors would ox-
umluo Into tho matter of resorts in
Marshflold which might result in the
raiding of somo places and tho ar
rest ot Inmates. Nothing official
however was given out.
HOY BREAKS LEG
Herman Lllonthal, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Lllonthal of Cooa River,
while, playing football at the Cooa
Ulvor school today, sustained a
broken log. Ho wus brought on a
stretcher at once to Dr. llorfall who
le looking utter him.
i. Consolidation of Times, Const Mall
nnd Coos Bay Advertiser.
PKOPLK OFF TDK PKHSIA KKACII
Most of Them Suffered HrulicH and
Injuries Havo Llttlo to
Tell of Incident
Wr AasoeUtei Trfia to Coot Ilay Tlmo.
LONDON, Jnn. C Tho Biirvlvors
tlm Hrltlsh Btoainshlp Persln
rertched Alexandrln. all bearing trac
es of Bhock and hardship. Most of
thorn had badly brulBcd and bandag
ed limbs. Ono woman la In tho hos
pital with a broken leg. Tho trngo-
dy waB onactod so rapidly that tho
aiirvlvors say thoy hardly realized
what hapopnod and consequently
thoy had llttlo to toll,
flUKKIC HOAT HAS NOT
Wireless Say Crow of the Thessa-
lotilki Is Staying With tlio
Illy mwoeiataJ rra If Coot Ur Tlm.l
NBW YOHK, Jnn. G. Confirma
tion of tho report thnt tho Btcamer
Thessalonlkl la Btlll afloat and not
yet abandoned by tho crow 1b con
tained In a wlroloBB messngo re
ceived hero today from tho Bteam
SUNDAY CI.OSIXO IS CO.VSTITU
TIONAL IN OHKUON
Such Is Derision of Three .Indues
in the Federal Court ut
Rogardlng tho upholding of tho
"Orogon Dluo Law" by the Federal
Court, tho Portland Oregonlan Bays:
"Tho old Sunday bluo law of Oro
gon Is valid and npt In contraven
tion olthor of tho Btnto or the l'od-
"Threo United States Judges bo
ncrnn In a. RWCOIllin: OPlllloll llUIUletl
down by United States District
Judgo Wolvorlon, which upholds tho
lnw In ovory particular wuereni at
tack has been nindo on It In tho
"Tho opinion donlca tho prayer of
ii.. ii...iiu.t.lntr-Tliillrn.fnl1niidnr Cum-
nniiv liiaiiufacturerH of billiard and
pool tablOB and bowling nlloys, for
a permanent Injunction restraining
District AttomoyB and Shorlffs of
2(5 Oregon Counties, Muitnomau
rtmintv huiiff ono. from euiorcniK
"Multnnmnb CoUlltV nwnltS tllO
offect of tho opinion bunded down
by Fedornl Judgo Wolvorlon upon
tlio doclslon of Circuit Judgo Gan
lo.ibeln on Dan Kellnhor's potltlon
for an injunction. A tompornry
restraining order wiib granted and
Is now In offect, but tho final do
cIbIoii of Judgo Gantenbolu will bo
mado wllhln threo days. If tho In
junction Is mado pormanont, tho
cttHO will go to tho Stato Suproino
Court. If It Is otherwlso, District
Attorney Evans will tnko measures
to onforco tno law.
SIIKLL l!lOWH UP ACCIDKNTAIi-
LY AT LYONS, FIUNCE
Eight Soldiers and n Civilian Killed
ami Many Are Injuied As
' A Result
iny AaaocUted l're to Cooa Uay Tlmea.
-LYONS, Franco, Jan. G. Eight
soldlors and ono civilian woro killed
and nineteen soldlors and ono civili
an woro lnjurod horo by the acci
dental oxploslon of a shell In tho Ar
MEMI1KH ARKANSAS LKGISLA-
TURE SHOT FROM AMHUSH
Deputies With Wood Hounds Are
Now Seeking the Slayers
of Murdered Man
IUy AmoiUUJ l'rwa to Cooa Way Tlmea.
LITTLE HOCK, Ark,, Jan. &.-?
Alien Nixon, a mombor of tho Ar
kansas legislature, was shot from
ninbush and klllod, according to In
formation from Ozark, his home.
Deputies with blqod bounds nro
seeking tho slnyor.
SON OF GREAT SINGER
DIES AT SAN DIEGO
(By Aaaoclated Preaa o wuca Bay Tlmea,
SAN DIEGO, Cal. Jan, 6.
Hans Schumann-Holnk, son
of Madam Schuman-Holnk,
tho singer, died horo this
morning of pnoumonla.
Germans Are Said to Have
Found Place Untenable With
Russians on Heights
Has Changed Hands Four
Times Since the Start of
the European War
OTHER FRONTS ARE QUIEi
Aitlllcry Duel North of Dlvuiudo nnd
Hand (irenado Fight Which Ho
suits In Advantage for
the Helglnns ,
H Aaaoclatad nni t o tin TlmM.)
LONDON, Jan. 5. Dispatches
received horo flay tho Ilusslan cam
pnlgn In HoBsarabla takes first
place In tho war nowa with tho nn
iioiincomcnt In a Nowa Agoncy incs
eago from Pctrograd that tho Aus-tro-Gormau
forces havo evacuated
Czcrnowltz, which becamo unteuablo
becauso of tho Russian capture of
tho liolghts B-KToundlng tho city.,
Czcrnowltz ban changed hands
four times Binco tho beginning ot tho
No Important developments on
tho other fronts.
A Holglan orficlnl rojiort recounts
nrtlllory duola near Dlxmudo and
Drel Grachten and n Jinnd grenade
fight north of SteoiiBtrnoto which rc-
Bultod In tho Holaus' advantngo.
GREEK MINISTER GIVES TEXT TO
Object, tji ;imt by .Entente .Powers1
of Consuls Representing tho
(lly AHoelatfttl t'nwa to Cooa nay TlmM.)
HEULIN, Jan. r. (WlrclesB to
Sajwlllo) Tho Grook minister nt So
fia has presented to Promler Hndos-i
levoff, the text of tho Grook noto
protesting to tho ontonto powors
nguinst the nrrcst ot tho Gorman,
Austrian, Bulgarian and Turkish con
sulH ut Salouokl,
Tho minister Informed the pro
mler that Greece will uso all moans
at her dlspouul to nupport hor claims
and dealron to maintain good rela
tions with tho Central' powers, avoid
ing any misunderstanding with
LOSSES WERE URGE
ONE RATTLE COST ENGLAND SIX
TV THOUSAND MEN
Report Is .Mado In House of Commons
Regarding Casualties at
(Dy AtaotlaloJ 1'rvaa lo Cuoa Day Tlmra.
LONDON, Jan. 5. The Hrltlsh cas
ualties In th" Imttlo ot Loos, Franco,
last September totaled 237G officers
and 57,28s mon, according to an uu
nouueomont In tho house of comnioiiH
today by tho parliamentary undor
, '"rotary of "
ACTIVITIES OF KUH5IARINES IN
CREASES AVAR RISKS
Hates Also Advance Greatly on Ship
ments To Go Through the
Dy An.otlato.1 Pre.a to Cooa nay Tlmo.. J
NEW YORK, Jan. C Tho activi
ty of tho submarines In tlio Mediter
ranean caused an advanco hi war
risk Insurance by local companies to
day on cargoes for Mediterranean
ports and shipments tbrough tho Su
ez canal. Tho rato advanced from
threo-olghta ot ono percent to ten
SAY TRAINS WILL
CROSS UMPQl'A BRIDGE
Partios from Gardiner
Btato that they havo been re
liably informed that Engin
eer Broughton will arrange
for trains to cross tho Ump
qua bridge, just as soon as the
bnlancq of tho road la ready.
Tho bridge will not bo com
pleted but he has made plans
for a crossing on falso work
"Which will permit the con
struction of tho bridge be
ing continued without Inter
ference, AVhwit, a.tO. Haines,