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Vol, No. XXXIX
PAESIDENT WILSON ORDERS 0.5. CHANZA IS
TROOPS INJOJEIO TODAY NOIJPPOSED
Announce That Villa and His
Band Must Be Either Slain
Ill FORCE FIRST
Expedition Will Probably Con
sist of 5,000 Men Un
der Gen. Funston.
WILL BE FRIENDLY ACT
Kan American Troops Arc Simply to
ArromplMi What MMon ov
crnmnit C"iint Action Ono
JWANTS ARMY OF J
1 D; Alt1 rrna Is tt ! Tlmw.1
! WASHINGTON, March X
1 10. Senator Fall today X
J introduced a resolution
f providing for the recruit- X
t ing of 500.UUU 'volunteers
I to police Mexico,
want villa either
dead oh alive
tB; AmwUIM rrft to nun tm TlmM.
WASHINGTON, March 10.
It was nnlil nt tlio Whlto
llotiso Hint tlio AinoiWnn gov
crnracnt wnntR Villa dead or
allro anil no steps will ho no
tlccted to carry out that ob
Jcct. Senator McC'iimbor, Hopub
llrnn, Introduced In tho Brn
ato loilny n rcnolutlou provid
ing that Congress hIiiiII direct
tho PrcRldont to lininodlatcly
send armed forces nto Mexico
"To limit and doHtroy" tho
bandits guilty of tho atro
cities against AiuorlcaiiH.
IU Aim UIM I'mi Is Coot lla Tlmca.l
WA8IIINOTO.V, I), C, March 10.
Pielidcnt WIIboii today ordorod
imorlMin Ifnni.H vs ll... tuns V
L, ZZ l 'IL "I"' ,. . ,,r: ,
bandits wlio yesterday raided Coluin
bui, N. M,
Major Oonoral Scott, chief of ntnfr
of tlio U. 8. nnny, auunuucod that
tho expedition would consist or not
leu than five tlioiiBiind nion, all of
hlcli are nvnllnblo on the border
under Rcnoral FuiiBton.
In Its present Btauo, the proutdont's
order docs not menu nrmod intor
Ventlon In Moxlco. It provides for n
punitive expedition to deal with tho
lawless forces over which tlio Car
r:a govcrnniont has no control.
I'nwldeiii U'IIsoii'h Vlow.
Tho following statement was Is
ued from tho Wh.to IIoiibo:
"An adeqimto force will bo Hont
onco In piirault of villa with tho
Inslo object of rapturliiK him and
Putting a stop to his forays.
'This can bo done and will bo
oono in an entirely frlondly aid of
"e constituted nuthorltles In Max.
and with scrupulous roapoct for
ft sovereignty of that republic"
'll ()tl0. Tnioiis
General Scott said that tho noces
iy of providing; oven a Btrongor
w for tho border than It now has,
the American troops nro op-
"8 In .Mexico, would necessltato
,, ng 8omo troopa not now thoro for
JJJ Punitive expedition. Tlioy prob
"V w.ll bo ordered from otlior posts.
o Plans havo boo,, mado so far as
lH2 fr U, ,lso o' the National
Not an Invasion
SJ " llccIarod that tho United
enllr U "ot Cos'or tho punlfvo
Kin ? u an ,nvu8,0 ' "'co and
r L IUU0 l0 ,,ej' th U.o Car
. , 60verm"ot. Tho American
1 "'mC.nt l8' 8ti opposed to nrmod
-..... ,,i .moxlco.
in . . .,,care th in
: " united Bate
by ih. """ 9mies is .niporllod
ThB ,, , "uuun" activities or Villa.
5 v"a must bo caught.
'" Bet GOOD
cleanlui; nnd ro
JAV DOVLK, lh. "50.
,'er "' iuestli ',ii.
.. i .
fiuiub.." y I'rw'Oterlnn (mrin
a .. .. .. "
I .illin IMP. Ar...,.l. mil.
,,,ft"'lR, Slnrrl, iatl,t
An Tho Coast Mull
SAYS VILLA LONG t
t PLANNED ATTACK.
llif AmoiUtrd l'rru i twa nr Tlmrt.
X COLUMBUS, N, M., X
X March 10, An Invlta- X
$tion to General Zapata, X
i tho Southern Mexican
X rebel leader, to march X
X north 'and join in an at- t
X tack on the United States
X was sent by Villla in Jan- i
l uary, according to a copy i
X of a. letter found among t
X Villa's captured papers,- X
I "I snail not expend an- I
X other sheij on brother t
i Mexicans," Villa wrote, t
t "but I will organize to at- lit
tack Americans on their
l 1 1 A
1'HKS. WILSON WILL NOT CONSII).
I'M OIMKCTION HV CUHRANA
'Announce Any Opposition Will lie
CoiiNhP'ictl Only When It Com's
t IVy AiuodaM Prrmi la I'ihm llr TlniM.)
WASHINGTON, I). C., March 10.
fTho U. S. Stnto Dopnrtinont officials
iiuld that no iIocIhIoii had houn
roarhod uh to what tho attltmlo of tho
(Ifitltoil Hiatus would ho If Cnrrimr.il
"objected to tlio presence of American
soldlors In Mexico, they declared thn
question would bo met when It came
Lnto today tho Ilouso Foreign Af-
t . , mi. n.i .til, ( .... ...nil ....lln.l I .ifvii, tini
tiuiio ia;niiiiilit u in iiii.uii i.f,.ji.iu.
tit tlio request of l'roHldent Wilson
nud Chairman Flood wuo expiaiiiou
why tho President did not fcol It
tnoccBHury to nsk tho coiiHent of Con-
i;ronH before tnklnj; action. Tlio ad
minlKtratloii IioIiIh that the l'roHldent
la fully vented by tho coiiHtltutVon
with authority to ropel luvaslou.
While WIlHon wiih decldliiK to hoik!
;foim over tho border. nsllalSon lind
brolton out afresh In CoiiBross. Son-
I'ators McCumbor and Fall, llopiibll-
rnns. Introduced rcHolutlons propos-
iuK army action.
AMKItlPAN MiADKIt O.V HOItllKIt
SAYS VIM,A HAS H.UOO TUOOI'S
ItopoiH rmiiiiizii 1'orco.s llnvn Moil
IYoiu Vicinity Uws Siv'ci'Vy
(117 Auocltlo) I'rmt la Cw Vf Tlmti.l
WASHINOTON, I). C, Mnrch 10.
In a roport lato this afternoon, (len
ornl Funston told tho Wur Dopart
mont that ho had accurato iiiforma
tion that Villa had 3,000 troops with
him, (hat tho Carranza troops In his
vicinity flod and ho advlsod against
"FrlttliiB away tho time of tho army
In BiianlfiiK suinll towns" whllo Villa
might havo an opportunity to escapo
;.u navo an oppoi ...hi - "- ,
lo ndvlsod that the plans of tW
ly for Villa's capture bo surround-
od with secrecy for tho sako of suc
l-'UAlt MPHK TltO.UlU,!-:
Alined Civilian l'oii-o lynxes Colmii.
bus to Protect Kaiicli.
IU Aioilate4 ITc to Tool n TlmM. .
COLUMHUS, N. M., March 10.
A considerable force of armed civ
ilians left hastily today for Gibson's
'ranch, fifteen miles wost, upon ro-
co:pt of a roport that .momiuu uumwia
mppeaied noar that point.
Fun.ston Wants Action
Major General Funotoii urgently
'recommonded that ho bo authorized
to sond troops ovor tho bordor to
Moan out tho bandits. News of tho
roturn of 250 American cavalryman
who pursued tho bandits Into Moxlco
without having killed or captured
.Villa was recolvod with undisguised
'JUDGK JOHN HALL was called down
to Empire today on legal business
v. ..,...,... i iriMiimir ...on In I lift'
m if. FUEm;
ansa iiKuwfN ii'xuiui , ,iiians and elKht worn
.v. ai,onnln todav for her l.omo.olght were c.AlIlans nnd eit,m or
on Coos niver.
MARSHFIELD, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1916
Provisional President Said to
B3 Willing for the United
States to Act. '
HI IS SILENTSAYTHEYHITMINESFDRT VAUX STANDS
Ambassador to Washington
Yesterday Announced They
Would Not Protest.
NAVY READY TO ASSIST
Hici'liil VftliiB of (feiicri'I Stuff This
Aftt'i'iioou Plans to Solid Several
IMWiciit Foic'h South WIN
miii Ik lcU.'iiiilii'I
TO ANNOUNCE CONSENT
Itlf Alort.l fmt In oux tl7 Tlmri,
WASHINGTON', March 10.
Lato today an expression of
rngret from President Cnrran
r.a for the Columbus niassacro
was received by tho State De
partment. No offer of corp
oration with American troops
for hunting down the bandits
III AwoH.tM rirmi (n Coog ll.f Tlnim 1
WASHINOTON, I). C, March 10.
lCllseo Arrcdoiido, Carratua's ambaH
'mi dor hero, received tho iiowh that
President WHboii'h decision to send
If. H. troops Into Moxlco with tho
istatemout that ho could make no
comment and would at onco notify
Yesterday ho declared that It was
Ills np.iilou that such action would
not bo resented.
The Democratic and Itcpuhlcnu
Sonators woro particularly Interested
In Uio Mexican HlttiiwV'Ui Mid for
(ho most part agreed that thoro wan
uothliiK for Congress to do nt this
. Clinlriuan Ston'o found tho Kepiiti
llcau Icadors not disposed to dlsuiisa
Navy Im Itoaily
No movo will bo mado by tho navy
for tlio present. Practically tho on
tlro Atlantic flcot, however, Iu within
two days sail of tho .Mexican coast
and should Carranza'a forcoa bo iin
uhlo to protect tho Amorlcaiis or
other fordlgn subjocls In ;cnso of
riots, tho navy will bo pressed Into
Immodlato sorvlce. Thla wao stated
nuthorltatlvoly today. nt tho navy de
partment. ' SovOwl Dlffoirut I'oices
This aftornoon Secretary linker
called tho geuoral staff in sussfon to
liorfod plniis for the oxpodltlon. Oon
oral FuiiBton was asked for any rec
ommendations. It was indicated that
movements would bo mado from nov
oral points on tho border at tho
feamo time. Tho pursuit of Villa will
be taken in a coniprolienslvo way.
' IM1W1I by Action
Tho cabinet momborB and nrmy
offlo'als regarded the decision to go
nftor Villa with tho troops with un
' A general fooling of rellor that tho
admlnlstraton has finally decide J to
tako steps was apparent.
Presldont Wilson, himself, Is rop-
tei, H U0.K n8 determined tol",e' ""PPoscu 10 imvo cruHm, i
,Jordor alroUdy, would attack him.
IRE TROOPS SEP
VKDHHAL FOHOLS MOHI-3 A(vnVU
i ALONG .MKXICAN HORDKit
Hepoit 100 Mexicans Killed in Raid
While Sixteen U. S. Troops and
(11 AwotUlol Vttt lo Cooi Ha Tlmw J
COLUMHUS. N. M March. 10.
Federal troops In incioascd numbors
today patrollod tho Moxlcan bordor
Villa, at tllO UOaU 01 UIU main uuuj j
of bandits, wbb ropoited today IT,
I'mllos south of the International lino,
whoro thoy halted atter a running I
fflnht yesterday uy mo iiurniiiiia
iunlted States troops. V
in tho raid upon Coluinbun It is
estlmatod tlult moro than 100 Moxl-
cans wero killed nnd twlco that num
Of the sixteen Americans kihuu,
MEMHKIl OK TUB ASSOCIATED PRESS
GO TO BOTTOM
Forty-five In Crews of British
Destroyer and Torpedo
Boats Are Lost. '
French Liners Luisiane and
Hermatrice Sunk By En
ALL ON B0ARDARE SAVED
Think (rmnii Submarine which Has
Moon Operating l&'vufii IK'iilouiio
mill llavro Snqlc Itotli Vessels
nr AmotUI4 Pm, Is tM tMf.TlniM!,
LONDON, March 10. Tho British
torpedo boat destroyor Couudtto and
torpedo boat No. 11 woro sunk by
.striking mines, It was officially tin-
uounced tills afternoon. The uumbor
of rnsunltles was forty-five.
Tho two warships woro sunk on
tho enst coast of Ungland. Tho Co-
quotto lost ouo officer and twculy-
' ono men. No. 11 lost thrco officers
and twenty men.
SINK FltKNCII VKJjSKIj-
,',t, ' N,al'' ",,,, ll""'UrlPo Vlp -
(I111H of Suliiimrliictt
tllr Am.hI.Ioi1 I'mi 10 Coot IU7 Tlmrt.)
, PAUIS, March 10. Tho Fronch
liner IjOiiIsIiuio, r,10!l tons rtohh, was
sunk last night. The crew was saved.
Thoro woro 110 passongcrs aboard.
It In presumed tho vessel was sunk
by the sumo submarlno that has been
opeVatliiK along the coast botwoou
Itoiilongno and llavro and which tor
pedoed the Ilormatrlco.
IMC, VlCSKKfi SUNK
Flinch llurk (Joes llimit With
(II; AmiwIalM l'ir la Oio IU; TlmM,
LONDO', March 10. Tho French
bark Vlllo D11 llavro, nr,l)0 tons, was
Bunk. Two of tho crow woro lost.
KILL 100 MEXICANS
AMF.UICAN TKOOPS ITIIHI'INH
VIMjA I'OllCUSO HFPOItT
.Major Touipk'iiis KMIiiiuIo.h invaders
Suffered Heavy Iom During; llr
f fir Am ltl !', to Coo llx TlniM,J
COLUMI1PS, N. M., March 10.
Ono hundred .Mexicans woro killed by
tho American BolcKora who battled
with Villa's roar guard after pursu
ing them ovor the bordor yesterday,
according to tho estimates ot Major
Tompkins, coinmnudlng tlio troopers.
An Not Opposed
Tho Carranza authorities, accord -
ing to oir.ciais irom junroz, wouui
'tint ntilnnl In tlin nlrv lit Ainnrll-nil
troops into Moxlco to attack Villa.
In fact messages havo been recolvod
lioro stating that tho Carranza cav
alry had left Oiizamo to tako tho ban
dit chief In t)io rear with tho oxpoo
tnCon that American troops, whom
they BUiiDOBcd to havo crossm! tho
IN OTIIFJt MASSACHi:
llSvl'm-o I'ouiiil That Vllla'h Men
Killed .Many Other Amnticaus
in Aukm l.l.'l l'ltw lo Coot tla Tlmn.I
COLUMHUS, N. M., March 10.
The pocket book or T. M. KvaiiB, ono
ot tho AmorlcniiB killed In the Santa
Ysabell massaero, was round on tho
body ot tho Mox.can who was Idontl-
Wlod as Pablo Lopez, socond In com
mand to Villa.
SIX'. OARRISO.V TO
All) SF.C. HAKKU
(n Amo. lalf I ITa li. Co Pa Tlcift J
WASHINGTON. .March 10.
Formor boorotary of war
Garrison camo to' Washington
today and callod at tin War
Dopartmont tor a conroronco
with his successor, Nowton D.
Hakor. Mr. Garrison ottered
Hon 1n tho omergoncy and
his services to the admlnlstra
expected to remnln to assist
Secretary Hukcr for tho pres
ent at least.
NO GHIOE ON
Only Artillery Engagements
Since Gsrman Infantry
Attacks Yesterday. '
Berlin Says French Have Re
gained Foothold In One
of Outer Defenses.
PARIS DENIES STATEMENT
FiVmii Declare That Ccnniiii Claim
of Cnptiiro of l'ii1rns Wni Uii-
trm Violent ItoinlmnlmVnt. on
Ik tli llanloi of tho Moiino
llr AMorlnlcl I'rtu to twi T1r Tlmri.)
PARIS, Mnrch 10. Por
tugal annqunccs that a state
of war oxlsts between tho
Portuguese republic nud tlio
Gorman empire as from G
o'clock last night.
inr AmocMIM rrr.a u run 1UJ Tluu.1
LONDON, March 10. Although
Purlfl nnniiiinrnit tnilnv Hint thorn wnn
4n - 0 chnnK0 tll0 Hltuatlon beforo Ver
dun or cither cant or wost ot tho
'Mouse, Ilerllu today reported tho cap-
turo of Alblatt wood.
Ilorlln admitted that th6 French
liad regained 11 foothold In Fort
Parts issued a denial of yesterday's
Gorman Htntomoiit that tho nermann
lind captured this fort.
The violent bombard mout contin
ues on. both, banks of tho Moitso,
but thoro havo been no Infantry at
tacks by the Commits bIiico yesterday.
TD TAKE THEBIZDND
Itl'SSIAN TUOOI'S AIIK LA.VDKD IN
Ciii(iiro of lllack S'a Port by (Viw'm
Forces Kta'Uil Soon Says
III7 AuhkUIM rrM in Coo IU Tlmn.
WASHINOTON. I). C, March 10.
Itiisslnu troops have landod 011 tho
Dlack Sea coast of Asiatic Turkey
and tho occupation or Trnblzond Is
linmlnoiit, nccordlng to a dlspateli to
day from thq American embassy at
JOY IN ("OLU.MItUS
New .Mexican 'I'omii Kliltfed Oicr Wll
ID AtMtUlfrl rrM l C001 nt Tlm 1
COLUMHUS, N. M., March 10.
Great' elation was displayed among
the American forces hero today upon
rccolpt ofswonl that tho govornmout
hud dooldod to send troops Into Mox
lco. TROOPKR IS DKAD
Auetlii'r or .V) ii Wounded at Colum
(11 AiMlteJ I'rf.t lo Coot IU Tlmw.J
VAi i'ASO, March 10. Private
Jetao F. Taylor, troop F, thlrtoonth
cavalry, died In tho hospital at Fort
Hllss todjiy rrom wounds recolved at
MrB B. R, Hudson or South Coos
River, who has boon ill or typhoid
fever, Is reported much Improved und
is now bolle-vcd to bo out of dangor.
WILLIAM QAITHBR, national bank
oxamluor, is hero today. Ho la an
old rrlond or Frank Cattorllu, hav
ing rormorly worked with him In
tho U. S. National bank or Port
land. Ho Is a boh In law or Son
MRS. A. S. HAMMOND or Norfh Wond
returned this morning on tlio
Hreakwator rrom Portland whoro
bho hns been on a visit for somo
fPROF. DUNN, or tho Untvorstty, who
was coming to North Houu as a de
bate Judgo this ovonlng was taken
sick at Gardiner and had to turn
Tlmei Want adi brraic roBURs.
I Consolidation of Times, Const Mnll
' mill CnoM Hay Advertiser.
AlVltTVK POINT MVKSTOCK MAN
WOt'NDKD HV V. K. MlCHAKl.M
Trouble Over Deal About. Stuff on
Wilson Itniich MIchat'lH Under
(Special to The- Times)
MYRTLH POINT, Ore, March 10.
J. 13. Hobson, n well known live
stock dealer of Myrtlo Point, wan
shot through tho wrist yesterday by
p. 1?. Mlchaols, u young rancher.
Michaels fired flvo times, with n 38
callbro rovolvcr, only one bullet tak
Mlchaol was arrested by Marshal
Drown and taken to CouiiIIIq and will
havo his preliminary hearing beforo
'Justice Dodgo today.
Tho shoollun resulted from trouble
between tho two ovor a ranch und
some? hay. .
On Wilson Placa
Mlchncl Ib about 22 years old nud
lived with his mother and ulsters
on tho Wilson place, about it mllo
nnd n half northeast of town. Thoy
moved thoro from near Coqulllo.
A fow months ago, Hobson bought
tho Wilson place and some sturr be
longing to Mlchnols nnd recently
thoro wan trouble over tho deal. Tho
first sorlous clash occurred In Co
qulllo tho day boforo yesterday nnd It
culminated at 5 o'clock last night
when Hobson wont to the Wilson
placo and round Mlchaols thoro.
Michaels says Hobson Jumped oft
his horso nud threatened to lick him
nnd that ho idiot In self defense
Hobson nftor tho shooting mounted
1,1s horso nud enmo to town. His In
Jury Is 11 palpful ono, 8111110 bones bo
ing crushed by tho bullet,
llnbsou Is well known hud well
liked throughout the country.
FOR DHLKHATICS ASK SCANDINA
VIAN PRKMIKRS TO ACT
Wim t PrenilerH to tVUiurli .Movo for
Mediation in Kiiroponu War
III AworlttM I'mi to l'ov IK TlmM,
STOCKHOLM, March 10. A delo-
gallon from tho Ford pormanonl
ronco hoard composed of Rev. Clmrlo
F. Akod, M. Lamm or Denmark, and
Mnrguorlto Oobatt or Switzerland loft
Stockholm IiibI night for Copenha
gen to lnduco tho Scandinavian pre
miers and foreign ministers now Iu
conference In Copenhagen to tako
otopB for mediation between bolllgor-
WRECK IS FATAL
F1RF..MAN KASTKR AND HRAKK.
MAN STI.MPSON KILLKD TODAY
KiiKln'Vr Wllllaiiihou lladly Scaldcil
L When IV'Jght Train Is DltcM 1
10 AtaotlalM iTtat to mii na Tluw.l
THB DALLBS, Ore, March 10.
'"Irenian Low KaBter and Hrakomnii
J. W. Stlmpson woro killed and Bn
glnoor Altrod Willlanison was seri
ously Bcaldod as a rosult or tho wreck
for a rrelght train between Wbbco and
Jllggs on tho Orogon-WaBhliigton
Railroad and Navigation Co. lino this
morning. Tho train which was load-
oil with wheat broko Iu two on flip
grade. Tho roar cars dropped back
and woro demolished In tho ditch.
Tho locomotive and rront cars iiIbo
wont ovor tho embankment.
NORTH HFAD VCCIDBNT
Vernon Domorrltt, tho young son or
plr. nnd Mrs. Robort Domerrltt was
qultu badly hurt, as a result ot his
icoat cntchlng on tho roar or a true!
and dragging him qulto a distance.
.'........ - ..i.i .,in ,i.,
siariou uio iimvui ui"iiuu
1.1. sweater got caught. Ho was badly
scratched und bruised boforo ho was
NORTH HIJND WILL
HAVE rLi:AX.UP DAY.
Tho North Hand Thlmblo
club has dealgnated tomor
ko a sweep-
row, Maich 11, as
Day" and will mako a sweep
Ing campaign for u city beau
TIME CARD OUI
Train Schedule for Service Be
tween Coos Bay and Eii-S '
gene Announced Today.
Leave Mnrshficld at 9:45
and Eugene at 8 o'clock, 7
SIX HOURS FOR THE TRIP
PasHiiger SorvUo ( IU Inniiguratcil
by Southern Pacific Hotvvccu
' Marshrt'ld ami ICugeno Soo .,
After April 1
Tho piiB8engcr dopartmont ot th
Southern Pacific railroad In Port
land Iu a loiter rocolved today an
'nounccs tho train schedule between
"ICugeno nud Marshflold will bo as
Leaves Kugono at 8 a. in., arrives
In North U"iid at 1:55 p. in. nnd ar
rives in Marshflold at 2:05 p. m.
Roturnlng' leaves MarshilolJ at
9 MT. a. in'., North Iloud at 9:55 a. ni
arriving at Hugono nt 5 p. iu.
Tho dato that tho corvlco Is to bo
strrtcd Is to bo nnupuncod later by
tho Wlllametto PncUlc officials fit
Tho tontntlvo dato for such sorvlce
In rumorod to bo belwcon April 1st
and April 15th.
I'or Now I!iilpinciit.
V. O. Hlndmarsh, division oiigl
noor ,loft yesterday for Eugene
whoro ho gooa nftor two paBaenger
coaches and an englno, now oqulp
inont for this end of tho lino, hb was
inmouucod In Tho Tlmos n fow days
ago. Th'ls" will mako up n train
to ply botwoon Coos Hay and Roeds
port on tho rogulnr Borvlce, The
oqiilpmoiit will bo brought acrote
tho Uuipqua on barges.
FAST IN MOO
HRKAKWATICR (Jin's OUT OF
CHANNKL UInV KMIMHK IN FOfl
Held Tliei-o All Day May Not Get
Orf Until .Morning PiisheiirVN
LniU'd mid Drought to Cfty
Hpund hero rrom Portland the
steamship Hreakwator ran out ot the
rhaiinul tu tho lower bay nnd stuck
Iu tho mud at bovcji o'ektk this
morning. It Is not expected that she
enn bo rioated until rour or five
o'clock this nrtornoon, or possibly not
unl tomorrow morning.
Has Noiel Kxcuso
. dipt. T. J. Mncgonn, according to
liomo ot tho pasBongors who landed
in a Binlill boat, said that tho m8
iiotos ot two niitos on tho forward
deck throw his compiiBs out of let
ter. Hocauso ot tho fog tho com
pass wns being uboiI.
Twelvo ot tho passongorB landed at
Kmplro In a riBhlng boat. Thoy said
tho vcbsoI struck In 10 toet or xvater
und when thoy lort tlio tide had obbed
and sho was thou In n 10 root depth.
Thoro wero two women In tho party
that clamborod down tho sides of the
vessel, Just bolow Kmplro and fim
up on tho Vega.
dipt. Macg'iin Homo
It Ib moro Uian tour months since
Cnptuln .Mncgonn had boon homo. He
had two Bailors lowor tho gig and he
Wont homo tor broakrast, thp vessel
having rounded only a Bhort distance
tbolow his rront yard.
All Passengers Ahlioro
Lntor today all tho pnsBOiigors for
Marshtlold woro brought aslioro in
Hinall boats and landed at Empire,
Thoy camo to tho city via autoaio-
bilcs. It wns stated then that the
Ponough to float tho Hreakwater and
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HIX O UIOUK III lliu iiiimim.
Tlio arrivals toduy wero
Mr. B. L. Snyder, Mrs. B. L. Sny
der, Donald Snyder, Edward II Wat-,
son, O. I'. Holgato. Mrs. D. A. Jen
Hon, Mrs. Kiln Van Clovo, Lauretta
Hurno, Luco K. Toal, Alston G. Teal,
Wm Hank, Mrs. A. S Hammond.,
it. S. Mooro. Harry Mills, J i'iu-
Iw, K. Q- S:or, V. M- Chamberlain,
'Dr. F. C. Vogo, Mr L. U. Murphy,
Edna Dlppol, H. I). Wlllsulro, 11,
Knmlnticnr. Etlwill PrlOKnltZ 811(1