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THE GOOD DIE YOUNG BUT THE WICKED LIVE TO GROW IP AND BECOME POLITICIANS
APA PEL EVES IN THE BEST
B AND ALWAYS BOOSTS
"""'r.iiif-PT nocp.nM unmcc
SIJUIHWCOl unuuui. 1 1 mn uo
Lffil; 5 DEAD
The Magnolia Sighted Bottom
Sid Up, Off Mouth of
IB HOT HIT
toe of the Five Men Aboard
Are Rescued and Others
May Be Alive.
OWNED BY EUREKA FIRM
KW Wont Oiiih" I" ii Telephone
itsWC Sent to Knrekn l-'iodi
'linjiiii n I'o'i't '''"' -MIU'8
Xortli of Klimmlli River '
MTi:it import savh
, ALL AHOARD l-OST
(Special to Tho Times)
EUHBICA, Cnl., April S.
Authentic reports to tho own
ers hero of tho MuriioIIu
which overturned off Klam
ath Illver bar today with flvo
men aboard, said nil flvu mon
lost their lives.
UTi: Itl.TORT HAYS
Tlllllli: ARE RESCUER
B;Aulnl rrc in iwi Mr TlmM.
hUHBKA, Cnl., April 8.
Watchers axhoro saw tho
mv of a rescuo boat recover
llireo of tlio crow of tho Mug
nulla from tho hull of tho ov
erturned vessel. It la believed
tho others limy ho found
alltc, clinging to tho wrock
(D; AiwvlitM PrrM 10 Coo. Dr TIitim.)
ITIIEKA, Cnl., April 8. Tho gas
oline tchoonor Magnolia, manned by
a ( of flvo mon, wns 'sighted
foaling bottom up off tho Klamath
Hirer bar today. Tho Indication
re that all aboard woro lost.
Tugs Aro Sent Out
lie wreck was roportod In n tolo
tf.noo message received horn from
Kequa.a point 20 mlloa north of hero
t the mouth of the Kluninth. , Tugs
cre Bent out to Boarch for surviv
Tl'e Magnolia's gross tonnage waB
8ho wns owned by Mii;nu1la
Transportation Company of this city.
www mnc nto.M thip ox tiik
"tteUWy (liven Out That Snow and
Mw Was lU'itsoii no Old Xot
" -"" rreH lo Coof nr TImm.J
WA8H,N.aT0Xt n. Ci AlrI1 8.
""Went Wilson, who loft lust mu
nt Wilson, who loft lust night
n the naval yacht .Mayflower for a
end fiuiDn ...in -. .
11. . "'"i "in ruiuru 10
wMWngton at nco, arriving nbout
iw ,''' '"' l0llay' Tl, Bnw nnd
' ' Blven officially ns tho cuubo
' " return. Secretary Lansing said
0 new Information had been ro
! ' from tho Gorman govornmont
2r", B UlQ BU,JIaro auestlon.
"at It was expected nt any tune.
Wkiuxza oii-nriAr talks ux-
' - -S. IVoops Ifuvo Destroyed
merIcartS.' TeXa8' A,'rU 8'-'r,,
their 11 P3 lmve nceompllBhod
Jtarv . '" dMroynB Villa's mil.
'"fy Power n.,.i i..... ..
Mthiir. . B""uin ineretoro
nmlZ T Ul0Mt Uelu' was ' vlow
tf the p R Wel1 known n'en')0r
In. L,,1rra,,Ia Bovernmont, speak-
MA' OXE MASS
Them ...n. .
St . " " uo only one mass at
, -uncus Catholic church tomor
service will bo at 10. a 0
Ah Tho Count Mnll
AUTO STACK TIPS
OVER XKAR COItltlX
Via long illHtnnco this af
ternoon enmo word the nuto
Btago between Port Orford
nnd CI old Llcach inn off n
Krado nnd tipped eomploto
ly over this morning near
Corbln. It Is stnted tho dri
ver of tlio car hud both of
liU Bhoiildor bludes broken.
Harry Hultman, of Muishfleld
Ib Hiild to hnvu been n pus
Bonger, but that ho was only
bruised up 11 bit. It Is not
known If anyone olso was
hurt. Tho stago Is run by
Whltsett nnd Shorrurd, of
ROAD BIDS OPENED
contract for roar worn;
XOT VET LET
Slv Different l-Iimw Present Itlil for
Dolnn tlio Work for tho
(Special to Tho Times
COQUILLE, Oro., April 8. Tho
bldH for tho road work between Co-
tiilllo and MniHlifiold wo 10 opened
toduy. No nwnrds hnvo boon made
yot. Tho bids nro given bolow, tho
sums being figured on tho amounts
of various work to bn dono bolng
hissumou us a basis to flguro. Accu
rate figures to tlio one getting the
l-dntract would bo based on surveys:
Andorson, Klockars .& Co. . . $80,ri00
.Jtith & njorqulst SO, 000
liuguuiBt & Co vr.,"no
Moon &. Oldloy r,,a00
11. (1. Porluuu (5I.S00
fPortor & Connolly, Inc.
Tho Inst named bidder Is a Port
land firm: Andorson & Klockars tiro
Tho others nro
! Mnrshflulil firms.
JAMKS .MOIK.WX Sl'HIlKXDKItS TO
sax in i-:o poiiiri:
Snys llu Took Pint In the Xow Voik
Postal Itohbc'.-y When Secuil-
lles Were Stolon.
fllr AikU(M Trru to Coot I)r TlmM.J
SAN I-'ItANCISCO, Apr. 8. Jnmes
Moian surrendered hlniFolf to tho
United Statos mnrshal In Snu Dlogo
ust light nnd conrussca to uitiing
... .1.- I.I l.Wv .Irnnl fnrrv nostnl
li.i ;.. ,, ...n.i.- nBn .. N.w
Vork. 'vhen nearly a million 0oar,.;; tnot drive succeeded In innk
In Bocurltles woro 3tolon, nccordlng K a "flW uu"1
1 - llnllilnnniirt
to a atatomont today by Chief Pos-'i'i
itnl Insncctor Morso. Moran will bo
token to Los Angoles todny .for In
vestigation, lie la said to hnvo
named his accomplices In. tho tali
KKACIIKS I.OS AXttiaKS
iMoian Taken to Tliat City Today by
tho loot was to liavo been cuviucu.."
HIb accompllcos, ho said, did not ap
peal-' and ho went to Snn Dlogo.
PKIXTIXd IIILI. DIO
CJovoiniiicnt Spends An l.noinioiis
rnr amoouiwi rr to roo nr tioim.I
WASHINOTON, D. C. April 7.
Printing roipilrcd for nil branches of
tho government service cost $7,U1,
07C last year. All oxropt ?88:i,001t
worth waB dono in tho govornmont
printing offlco. ,
HANKS TO K.NtJLAXD
(ir Auo-UIM TfW (o Coo. PIT TlmM I
COPENHAGEN, April 7. Danes,
all sons of farmer, are going from
Denmark In batches of 200 to help
mnko up tho shoilago of labor on
Who Is llrui'o
Evans? Soo ml
.on pko "
POHTLAXD AXD COOS HAY
SAILS FIIOM MAKSHKIKLD
vFOU 1XKOH.MATION PHOXE 27H
TOM JAMKS, At., Ocean Dock
Dr. Leslie, Osteopath, Marsdifleld,
in. i in niM ! iiiucb.i 1
ll, ..W., ...... , ..- !,,. f trill HIT.
T na iwm,'l P5 Anrll 8 Jnlll03 tUOrO UltO u " '" " " . ,mu. ninn worn BDarlllL' lloltllOr til"
"V"J ",,,J "' '" , ,, lllllt vnrls claims tho advantngo noro
Moron was brought hero today. AN,f ! JB f'a', , b08(0(l tll0,r selves nor their horses.
tor tho robbery ho was given f200, with '""'. combats lia-i T,"k v,l,tt Il,,r
uccoid.ng to an alleged confeasIonMn Ivors 1 In fcren wUto These troops sent back word '
i . .. 3... l.'i-.ii.i.lupn wlioro iweuu ijuhwmvu.... . . im-lnlnp Hint Hint- worn nolo to COU
111111 HUI1L IU kJHIl IMtlVlf.l ... ...,l. .tnn.i l.!I W'li ... ... ,, ...
MARSHFIELD, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1916
THie SoMitheira Pacific Railway
' Introduces Coos Bay
The opening of the Southern Pacific railway lino from Eugono 16 Coos
will mnko tho world net ncniinliitnil with tlio richest undeveloped section of
MILE OF FRONT
Fierce Attacks Made On
...1 -r r- I. 1 : iait
ent of French Lines West
of the Mouse.
French Positions More Than
1 Mile In Length Reported
IFRENCH ALSO CLAIM GAINS
Paris Hiijh They Hosted the KiiCiny
J11 (iicnnde CoinlmtH and Also Ho-
pulsed Another Assault Xour
I'oi t Vniiv
tnr AmovUIM 1'im to CK nT TIihm.1
i.n'noN. Anrll S. Tho' Kallont
n.n i.nnpli lines wost of tho '
Mouw, with tho Vlllago IJothlncourt
." - - .',,.,,,,
t tl0 Bhnrp tUlglO. IB bolllg pOUlldod
otli aides by tho QornianB. who
Capture Long Lino.
llorlln todny announced tho cap-
I'turo of tho French positions more
than n mllo wiuo. this nuaw
nchlovod nenr itnucoun v.....b
important nojiuon wn .. " .-.- -
lost Wednesday, tho (.orinnns gulu-j
... .1.1. 1 . l-mii.
Ing in two small field work, between ,;
Hauconrt ami 11 . - --
On the other .Id. of the salient
l I'flli'll V Ittlllf !
nnrmnn L-roniKio uiiuiiv ui .--..
" .".,., ,... m, pr.nirli
viwx " '"'""- '
START ROOT BOOM
SOME XEW YOKKKItS WANT ""
Movement Ih Siippivtod Hy Hoboit
Hacon, I'oimeily of Koisj.
i, AMO.Uto.1 Vltvt lo Coin llr TIpi 1
NEW YOItK, April 8. A inovo-
11 r.9 Illltll
mont for tho nommunou m
Uoot for tho pres'dency. laiinened
ici nicht bv n statement bearing
i. -iirniitiiros of 1A pronilnont Ho-
publicans, is supported by uoudri
Huron, former momber of tho Hooso
volt cabinet and ono of his closest
friends It a statement publlshod
today Hacon says: "My first choice
Is Hoot; my second choice Is Roose-
Is Xo Maneuver,
William names, many of whoso
adherents signed tho nooi aiu
,.,ni .inclared there Ib nothing be-
hind it excopt a deslrd to promoiot
Mil'". - , I
n.n nomination of Root. Ho, denieu
i..iniiw iim ronort tliat tho
;;:".;: ,;,;,,; , .
the candidacy of Roosevelt.
MIDI UK It OF1 THE ASSOCIATED
Sali-'American Troops Are After the
DnntCl I ,rwln CnmntKilmrn
Bandit Leader Somewhere
South of Satevo.
a1 Men Sparing Neither Them
j selves Nor Horses In
the New Chase.
AIRSHIPS DO GOOD WORK
A ft or Scouting; Kxpedltloii Cnine Itnclc
AVItli Infoi'iiiiitloii Willi Ii 1h Itc
gaiilod by Offlcors iih HcIiik of
f Omit Military Value
;tlr Awdita rr" If Com Dr Tlmw.
KXP13D1TIONAUY KIKU) IIKAP-
(MTAKTICRS, SOUTH OF NAMIQIM-
.PA, April 5. (Aeroplnno nnd Wlro-
less to Columbus.) Tito 'American
troops nro on fresh trnll of Villi
as tho result of roports inndo by nn
army nvlntor who returned toi.ay
from whnt mny provo to bo ono of
tho most important scouting fllghU
or tho cnmpalgn.
Kploio Xoiv (il'OIIIHl
Tho flight wns mado over a terri
tory hitherto unexplored and devol
lnfnrMinllnn w,llnll thn miiitary
UIIWU """" - -.- .
.,, llcro COI18ldor of vuhmI0
;' - " ,, df
jRUfVl. t)l0 cnvnlry ,,, wa8 rlll
lllu vuvuuy iiiiiiiiiii "n ,ii-i
;ynnZTr holds full of water.
Ill llll'U....vw - "1
ilim tho roport tniu viua niui noen
.... , .
wounded, hut was unabla to
LEAVES POWERS AT (I: III
A. M. TOMORROW
Tliroii"li Sen Ire to Ho Instituted at
Once Means Hotter Sorvli
Mall Starts .Monday
Tho new train Bchodulo to Powora
iind tho Co(ulllu Valley goes' Into ef
fect tomorrow morning. This nf-
Ltornoon's a:0 train from Roedsport
will contlnuo through to Powers,
ileavlng from thoro in tho morning at
(:40 ir. in. and Marshfiold at 0:20
,a in. nun tuonco on iu imuuiuu.
h'h& new orders nrrlvod todny. on
Monday, as announced yesterday, tho
now mall sorvico via uio nouiuoru
Pacific will also start,
i Drop One Train
Under this Byatom the 10:45 a. in.
train to tho Coqulllo Valley is dis
pensed with. Tlio local train leaves
hero nt 7:30 a. in. and goes to Pow-
,..,,,, ,r ..-.., ...
Supt. Miller did not know the
to the World
liny on Wednesday of thU weok
the United States.
. A II
Has Been Destroyed In Adri
olio hu n Pmnfih Sllhmn-
atic by a French Subma
rine, Pans Reports.
British Steamers Braunton and
Clyde, of Whitsable, Re
ported Blown Up.
STEAMER CHANTALA SUNK
Dutch Stoiuncr Strikes Mlno Hut Is
Taken Into Port I'Vonch I Inor
KscnK'H After DoIiir Attacked
tnr AwiofUt-4 rr to coo titr Tiraw.j
LONDON, April 8. A dlspatc'i
from Pnrls says It Is officially nn
noiincod todny thnt u Frutich 1 b
nitrlne minlc nn Austrian transport
In tho Adriatic.
Loss of threo moro Urltlsh voisols
la reported by Lloyds. Tho steamer
Drnunton, 4575 tonfl gross, nn! tlm
schoonor Clyde of Whltstahlo U0I
to'is 'ro88, wore blown up.
The Btoainor Chnntaln, -1918 tons
'gross, was sunk. Tho crows of all
Has llcnclicd Poit
Tho Dutch stoamor Itljndljk,
which was reported yostorday dam-
uged off the Scllly Islands, Btruck a
mine nccordlng to tho Lloyds, which
1 1.., in., rniwipiit luir 111 tlm linrlior v HI
Kicucli HtoiinuT Attacked In Modi
toirauoau Hut KhmiKm
Ii, Aunri.iki pr. Ir Cimm or TlmM
MARSEILLES. April' 8. A
largo French passenger stoamor was
shelled without warning by n Biih
niarlno In tho Mediterranean hut oa-
MAY HAVE HAND AOAIX
People Aio Contemplating
'(Spoclnl to the Timo3.)
HANDON. April 8. Thu (jucstlon
iih to whether or not Ilundou wnnts
n bund Is being asked somo of tho
buslnesB mm of tlio city hy Goo.
Mum-lot, wlio together with a mini
! nt niltfiUfllustlc UlUBlohlllB, Is
omleavorlng to revive Interest In
that (llrootion. The (iic3tlon was
brouglit up this week whdn (1. P.
Topping made It known that ho
was about to ahlp out several In-
BtuimontB which Mio had an oppor
, .. ,t . 1)0sslblo that
... . oriIlinl,ed aBa.
train crew for tho run from Powers
o Roedsport, but Intimated that It
might consist of Englnoor Charlos
Gilbert and Conductor Kardoll,
Dr. !). C. Vuiigliun, DontIt, Room
iH, First Nntlouul Hank bulldiug
RIDE DTHEH BDkJS SUNK
X Consolidation of Times, Const Mali
mill Coos Hay Advertiser.
(UCItMAX OKKICIAIi ASKKI) II-
COl'XTUV WAXTI-JI) CANADA
S11.VM That Suggestion In Too Absind
to Ansvu'i" Alwtiys Observed
Ur Aumw kIM Vtn to Coui Hr TlrafK.)
RERUN, April 8. In conversa
tion with .Minister of Forolgn Af
fairs von Jngow, tho AsBoclnted Press
?r-rroupomlont roforrcd to stntenionts
l;ln the Cnnndlnn Pnrllnmuut thut Gor-
mnny planned to demand tho cession
of Cnunda to Germany.
Tho forolgn minister's first roply
wns an outburst of laughter.
"How can peoplo Invent or bollovo
such stories," ho naked. "They nro
too absurd for denial. 1 need only
to recall that (lorninny never placed
herself In opposition to tho Monroe
(JIJU.MAXV MAKKS AXXOPXCK
JIKXT.AltOPT TIIU SPSSKX
(ovoi'iimont Hiijh Vessel Wiw Not
Sunk by Any of Its Submit
( Ilr Ai.oel(l I'rfM to Com liar TlniM
MOULIN, April 8. Tho Gorman
government Is ublo to announce that
no German submarine, or warship
ns responslhlo for tho oxp:slon
which dnmaged tho llrltlsh ntoau.or
XO Ol-VICIAL WOUl
Ambassador (,'ernid IJas Xot Sent
(II; AiwKlitrd rrw lo Coo. Ilr TlmM.t
WASHINGTON, D. C, April .
TIiIb afternoon no word had boon ro
telvod from AmhiiBsador Gorard.
News dlspatchcH from llorlln Buying
tlormanv disclaimed responsibility
'for tho destruction of tho Sussex wns
thu only Information beforo tho of
ficials. Without official Information
nt hand, tho view prevailing among
the officials was that tho United
'States was now confronted with prov
ing tho willful destruction of tho Sun
(Jirnixd suppliics to ahmv
Use of HallroailH or .More Tioops
Will Ho Xocosnsry to Keep
(Ill AH-x-lilel r-rtM U Coot llr Tlmw.J
SAN ANTONIO. Texiu, April 8.-
Faced by tho lipparont helplessness
of getting portnlssloii to Bhlp stores
over tho Mexican ruiiroaiiB' trom r-i
I'Paso to tho American troops 'In
Mexico, and recognising tho Inad
equacy of tlio present syatom of
Biipply, army offlouis at Gon. Win
ston's houdiiuartorB hero virtually
were convinced today that some al
ternative would hnvo to bo found.
Unless two or threo times the
number of troops now oporntlng In
Mexico nre provided the muliitenauco
of tho present lino of communica
tions cannot bo mulutulned.
TO AID SECURING OF
Unitedly tho Chnmbor of
C'onunerco will buck up tho
movo of tho Sons of Votornns
to get a compnuy of Coast
Artlllory, O. N. G., for Coos
Hay. This wns tho decision
readied at tlio meeting of tho
Chamber Inst ovoulng after
John C. Keiidull hud outlined
tho plan. Charles Hull will
take up tho matter fuither
while in Portland this tilp.
ho Is Hriico ICvansV Soo ml
on pago fl.
Speedwell sails south from Marsli
field Monday at i p. m. Tickets at
Abstract offlco, Mrsliflolil, and Mi-
('(ilium and Painter, Xortli Rend.
Hriico Eviiiik', Soo ad
on page 0
SEND your CLOTHES EARLY, to
avoid Easier rush, JAY DOLYE.
Secretary Lansing Denies Ro-
mor By Saying Such Ac
tion Is Not Planned.
Instructions Did Not Demand
Person of Villa, Captured
Dead or Alive.
DETAILS ARE MADE PUBLIC
OidoiH Did Say That Villa Hand At
tacking; Columbus Must He DIT
, porsed Question ns to Whetlicfr
Commission U Xow Executed
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 8.
lteourrouco of the reports that tho
American troops wero to bo with
drawn from Mexico was mot todny
nt tho stnto depntment with tho
titntomont by Secretary Lansing Hint
no nucli withdrawal wns contemplat
ed an far as ho know, nnd nt tho war
Oepnrtiuent by tho publication for
(bo first tlmo of tho nrlglnnl. order
About tho Order
This orders him to disperse- tho
bandits who attacked Columbus but
does not Instruct him .to enpturo
K'llla "dead or alive." which was des
cribed ns Its purpose by official,
when It wnn Issued. It wns said to-
ulny, howover, that Mich specific
wording hardly would bu Included In
tho official order.
What Oidcn; Cover
It was pointed out that tho Instruc
tions to dlspcrsu tho Villa bauds cov
er whatever action its execution nn
(nils. It was noted, howovor, thu
'order does not say tho work of tho
lAmorlcnu troops would bo regarded
us flnlshod when thu Villa bunds had
boon broken up.
In Made Puhljo
i Tho original order given Fuuston
(Murch 10 for tho American punltivu
expedition Into Mexico, mndo public
nt tho war department for tho first
tlmo todH)', did not Includo tho di
rection for tho death or capture of
'Villa, but principally dtroctod tha
tllsporsal of tho outlaw hand that l
attacked Columbus, on Mnrch 0. '
Tho order sayB In part: "TheRo
troops will bo withdrawn to Ameri
can territory, as soon ns tho do facto
govornmont Ib able to rollovo them
of this work. In nny event, tho work
of these troops will bo rogardod as
finished ns booh nn Villa's band or
bauds aro known to bo broken up."
General Scott declared today that
Funston had not yet roportod this
DEXIED HY HAKEH
Secretary Says tho Humor
inr AMHiiit rrM to com nir iwm.j
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 8.
Secrutary Hukor Blntiid mo3t emphat
ically luto today that there who '-ali-
Bolutoly no IkibIs of nny kind" for tho
roportB thut preparations woro under
way for tho withdrawal of American
fforcoB from Mexico. Ho said tho Am-
nrleun troniis woro movliii! rapidly
rsouth and tho ordors to Funston fol
lowing tho Columbus massacre wero
unchunged. Ho liolluvos tho troops
have u fair chnnco of oarly bucccbs.
IlKi WAR (MtDEU
RiiLNla Will Spend Hlg Sum In
Illy Aaionttfrl I'ruu lo poo U TlmM.
TOKIO, April 7.ItUBaa has
nilncod In Julian anothor hugo war
order which !h said to roach $22,-
1000, 000. Tho munitions will bo
-turned out by government nrsonuls
and tho first deliveries will hosln
Vlcase save your old newspaper
and magazines for the Presbyterian
IuiIIok uhn will mil for tliem. When
j uu have ii bundle, ples phono ono
or tlio fnllmvliiKt '-'5IJ. IS-i 2,TJ p
Llbby Coal. WW tun. Phono 78.
Dr. II. E. Kelly, Dentist,
Coke Hldg. Phono 1RI-J.
YiTlo fs Hruco
Kriiiiv? JJee d
on pago (I.
mP f lilt mt I I M"j 9 I I I I