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MARSHFIELD, OREGON. MONDAY, MAY 22, 1916. EVENING EDITION '
l Consolidation of Time, Coast Mall
n ii il Coos Hny Advertiser.
14 xyxit C rj3h?:
i tm t n i
D Local n&iiinu outus
Wrecked Sunday Morn
ing Off Sunset Bay .
Wrk fn Ken Buov Over An
f Houi But Exhausted' Be
fore Aid Comes
fa DOG GOES TO RESCUE!
irln linker mitl Tom Patterson
l'l Mill Compelled 1(1
Star Off Shore Until This
Momlng Rubidium Sin cd
Cm man perished nnri three oth-
i kid narrow escapes from iluath
tore being rescued when two fish
bolts woro wrecked about G
otic Sunday morning off Sunset
dead: M. J. Clint, of North
ii, drowned, lloily roenvored.
It rescued (.'linrios linker, In
with Clint, rescued by Sen Dor.
Patterson, owner of boat Vam-
!, rescued by Sen Dog. Ktt Ru-
, u It'll Patterson bout, swam
ird shore nnd wiu picked up by
Kipuscd In Open Moat
liner and Patterson, although
ltd from the wnter by I)uIh aii-1
.risen In tlio Sen Dog shortly nf-
lle accident did not ronch hind
3 5 o'clock tbl3 innruliig. Until
time It wiih too rough for tlio
,i; toat to enter either at Kim- f
sr Coos lluy nnd the two uui
being In the wntor who ex
In tlio open bnnt for nearly
1T....I. I ... ,,.
JUUI KIIIIIMISU 111 IlllV
Qirles. Baker l.i one of the vo!l
(lihcriiiou mid Intelv At. J.
pi hid been fishing with him.1
IW ero ougnged by Chnrloa!
Si ho Is now dealing In fish.
w Mturdny iliey found tho flsh
Vboit Vamoose, operated by Tom
town ninl IM Rngloboni 'near
Won In a IioIiiIosh condition.
Pt'thlng about the ninchlnory hnil
wadomi go linker took the. in In'
tnglebom got out of tho
aocse and got Into Ilnkor'a bout
(Id him nml Pnltorunn ..tiivi.it
fill on boat
I.' T I I, ,.
' lilllll limiliH
tnrythlng went well until thoy
ta Sunset liny w horo an nt
Jt was made to enter thn har-
of refuse which Is used nil thoi
W tho fishermen. It Is nfton1
ik for them to get In at .Sun-
n tliej iiuiuot enter Coos!
IMnt Is Ku mimed
ft're VaS n li.,uv Kmi mul Mm
I' line broke ii:ii,,.i- iim-ioui m
I la order to get another llio
'tieamoose and Just then a big
? tamo ami Mruck linker's bout
Slumped It and It immediately
.! left Ilakrr Plliii mul Knuln.
i In the aic linker .'Ituttd
i "d Clint sin hold of a ko
M Uhlill U iv it. tli.t I. .. !..
aatarted to swim ashore. Ilo
I war to Si,or u,i n n,0
rj Uien uxm iiniihon picked
"f. KiiRieii.nn was not hurt
1 TheS,..i Rescue
l aCCldent h.l.l lm.111 ,, tvnm
ihore nml iii,io ....I 11 1
tal.i. """" "i iiuiii
? the Sea Pog wont out to thu
!" Thev found linker floating
7 d pi.kPii him ,,,,,
Ja the t,.w U0 b,.oko tie
ose nan ii ini.u. 1...1 11.. i,....
"M with his boat until tho
il rr readied him and took
S ward. Ti,, vnni.iiisrt u-nul
h.7 ,0 Meios ,.n the ioeks. She
formerly a n i.rmt ,..,,i i...,i I
I'WMnertea n,, a fiblilns craft.
L, "'"it Iimk, nu 1 .ir..
t Llhl 10IUS the keg buoy
irv? lu to the roeks. Tho
ttj :!,?.. cj,"'l ot set in to him
ttetTJi "of "utnv ,ll" Hnu.
C J UrU1 " for ab0Ht nu
n 1 l"'jeiiuy oecaso emit
,5,. Vla,,s'' 1 ami let go and
tiU.113 stnusle for hla llfo
.i" "M III ii unmr tin 1111
'tit . ld' v ,,ut "iially hail
H. ? teforc H as posslblo
'troci !''U w,,s wasliod up
Sflt h 'ftw.p-i sunset and tho
WT" "'l was recovered.
ai 1 on wa' iaUe,, aml th0
k " til Mm. i -..,..
wiii,i k.: ",,v '-"r
t Wt. H,1' roiu tlio sliore
ill T.fr n ' 'd been saved and
fcktdnn, 'Ml l"'0,,bl' uoen
ob ,i '" l' was "ousH and
fti. .'.'? w,l uot absolutely
ni..' I.11""" bad been aaved.
W .. T. ' '? k"o It ho was
i..Tu ,,,r Sf.i Dog. whother
to h r a,(Vt'
I'OUThANI) MAS W'KUh IC.VOWN
iiKiti-j not km:cti:i
Was Ciiuilidato for Itepiiblleuu
A'onilniitltni Tor tho lieglslutnW)
for .Multnomah Coiutly
Itoilcrlck JIaclcay, -of I'ortlnnd,
bond of tho Wcddorburn Trading
Company of Mlogue Itlvor, who was
a cntidldate for tho legislature rrom
AttlltllOinah COIllltv Wiir ilnfn.itnil.
There wns a long "list of candidates
anil twcivo to oloet.
TI1030 probably elected from
.1u1u10n1an uy tlio ropubllenns
woro: A. C. Callun. Vlrcll I..
Clarlc, Hamilton F. Corbett, K. J.
Ooodo, Horbort Oordou K. K,
Kubll, O. Laurgaard, b. C. I.owls,
Monol C. Alnckav. John AI. Alnnn.
Stephen A. .Matthleu and Plowdnn
ICKKOKTS HKIXfJ CKNTIMtKI) TO.
Uo L' Pimm for Xuvnl .Mltla
i:pcet Other lliiinch to iio
(ho MiKt Populnr
ICffortH toward tho organization of
tho Connt Artlllory coinpnny Instead
of a Xaval Militia are now being
centered by the Soiih of VototntiR an.l
tho Spnnlsli Amorlenn War votcrniiH.
J. II. Mills has bean appointed us
chairman of the recruiting comml'ltce.
It Is believed that this other branch
of tho sorvleo will bring In more re
cruit than tho other would havo and
also will prove tho most popular.
AdvIecH from Adj. den. AVIilto are
to tho of foot that not until July 1
will any appropriation bo uvallablo
for this company, but this has not In
tho least deterred tho committee for
tho reason tluil not until that datri
do thoy hi'llovo a company could ho
mustered In under any clrcumstuucoH.
A.MiiincAX i:scapi:s PAVixt;
Ainbassatliir Pago ScimIk Wool that
.Sentence Is Commuted to Too
Vonrs In IVlson
lr Awo.lMr.1 I'iiwi m Coin IU7 Tlmr.l
WASHINGTON, I). C, May 22.
Ainlinuaador l'uuo at London toilay
cabled tho Stuto Departnient that ho
had been officially advised by tho
Hrltlsh government that Jeremiah C.
' Lynch, the naturalized Amorlenn
citizen convicted of complicity in
tho Dublin rebellion had originally
been sentenced to (loath, but that his
Hiintonro was commuted to ton
years In prison.
IC. Iv. K.V. AI5K WINXKHS
For seven Innings yeBtorday tho
"Tnppa Kogriis'" tried valiantly toj
stom tho tlilo of tho K. K. K.'a on tlio
North llond basohall dlanionil. Tlio
end that found tho score, C to 4 fa
voring tho Irnvollng men. I
Tho bnttory for the K. K. K.'s In-,
eluded Gill and Kolsom; for tho T.
IC's Fisher and Hon onantiier.
o'olock this morning it was then
known that both Pattoraon and
Hnkor wf-ro saved.
Tho hoa ' awe so rough that it
was Imposslblo to ontor olthor at
Siiusot Hay or Coos Hay until this
morning. Aftor gottlng wot It wns
n 6ovore oxporlonco for tlio men to
bo out for nearly twenty-four Iioura
i.. ...i mtnii limit and last night
ill I... .! ....... - --
some uneasiness was felt for them
but thoy cnnio In sureiv.
Many poopln wore nt tho Peaeii
Sunday and shared tho excitement
cnusod" by tlio wreck.
Was Won itinmii
M. J. Clint was a inair about 10
r ..... fiiwl u-tiK lllllto WOll
known. Ho formerly conducted a
.,,,, l.,.r l.nncn nviir the Jov tllCator
iuuuiiiiti u.j .. . ---- .
and alnco that phico burned down
ho had been a salesman or viumwo
Thorn, soiling thiough the county
soft drinks manufactured at North
Hend. Later lio went o oi
flshornmn with Haker and wiu fish
ing (or Mr. Thorn who la dealing In
fresh fish. For a tlmo Clint was
on tho ice wagon for Tliom. Ho
... r nni.ni.iii lintivltv. Tho fun-
oral arrangoments have uot been
In Tniuiuo tu-uin-
.... ... !,., la llin nun wllicll
lUUll'l I HUB. I""' .- , ., , , .
abput a wook ago drlftod thirty
mlloa down the coa3t when tho en
gine 8top!il. The onglne was fin
ally started again and the boat
came back safely. Clint was with
him at tho tlmo.
Several wooks ago unitvr innn..
.... ii Iloncan1: llO.lt Wbdll 1 110
llll nulla imitwv.. -.--
engine was bro.kon down nnd thera
C v .t. " Unit M1
was trouuio on mo "" " -
and the life saiors went to tno res-j
linker Is a good boatman and the
recent troubles ho- has had were
not duo to any lack of seamanship
on hi3 part.
Note to Great Britain Is Being
Revised by President
Objects Particularly to Delay
of Letters To and From
The United States
WILL BE SENT TOMORROW
Conmiiiulnitlon Will Say That This
Country Cannot Consent to tho
Policy to Which It I lus Already
tllf A.iocUte.1 rr.ji to Poo. Uj Tlmn.l
WASHINGTON, 1). C... May 22.
A now nolo to Groat Britain making
further protest against Interference!
with tho American inalls was laid
before President Wilson today and
probably will bo Bent to London to-
morrow. Tho genornl terniH of tho
note wero framed at tho stuto dopart-j
meui, mu 1110 presiuoui is mtuming
Homo of ills own language.
Objects to Stooping .Mall
Thu no to In understood to protest
particularly against tlio Hrltlsh piac-
U"e of taking vessols Into Ilritlsli
ports nnd the.ro exnmlnlng an ddotaln-j
lug tho mall going to and from tlioj
Tho American note will inuku plain
that tho United States cannot con
rent to a continuance of tho policy
to which It already has objoccd.
LAST IfE FIGURES
AIHHTIOXAI, Itini'ltXS I'Alli TO
CIIAXGH SATl'MDAVH COHIICAST
Official Canviihs of Primary Returns
llcgiin u( Coqulllo This After
noon The Vote
OFFICIAL VOTR (I1VRX
OX Till: ROAD HOXDS
COQUILLR. Ore., .May.
22. Tho following Is (lib
4 offlclsl count announced at
tho County Clork'H offlco
toilay on tlio road bonds.
For bonds 2.18!)
Agalnut bonds H7t
.Majority for bonds .. 018
Tho count on tho cundl-
datc3 will not bo completed
4 flip two dii vs.
Lntor returns from I'VIday'n pri
mary eloctlon In Coos county have not
mntoilally changed tho results as an
nounced In Saturday's Tiinos.
'Sovoral proelncta nro still missing
nnd tho results In them will not bo
obtainable until tho returns are
opened In tho county clerk's offlco.
'Most of tho missing precincts are
In tho southeastern corner of the
county and In conseauonco friends of
W, II. Hunch nnd S. K. Henderson
think that thoy may bo put In first
plnco by those prectlncta as both nro
bahl to bo strong In that section.
Friends of J. T. Harrlgan are hope
ful that tho results In tho Mrt!o
Point section may overcome tho com
paratively small load or Aiohle Phil
ip. 0hmi Returns Today
Tim nfflelnl retains will he olienod
In tho county dork's offlco this af
ternoon. Justice Wade of Handon,
who la a member of tlio canvassing
hoard did not reach Coqulllo until
afternoon so that tlio work did not
begin until this nftornoon. It will
probably ako considerably over a day
to cheek up all the returns.
All additional precincts obtainable
are Included In The Times' tablo of
results elsowhore n tonight's paper.
Tho following rile tho.totala whore
there la a contest:
For Dlst. Attorney
l-'or .lolnt Rep
Kondall ". ....97S
MACK IX IX.Il'RKD
Neb Hammerus. millwright at
the Uay City mill. Is In the hos
nltal recovering from a very Sev
ern accident of a few days ago
when some wood fell from the ton
vexor In the mill, striking him on
the head He was badh Injured
Internally ami for a time It was
thought ho might not recover.
a SIBLEY BACK
ItHTl'HXS WITH MIS COhU.MX
I'KO.M MUX I CO
Nowh Is Ifrotight to .Marathon that
Korco Mas Ciosscil to Ameri
ca u Sldo
tlf Alsncltlrl rifM to Com tlj Tlmn.
MARATHON, Texas, May 22.
Colonel Sibley's dotnehntent of the
second expeditionary column reached
Hotiullldfl on tlio American sldo of
the international boundry yester
day afternoon, according to Infor
mation brought horo today.
Previously Sibley had been re
ported as turning back to get in
touch with .Major I.nnghorno's do
tachmout, which hnd been rumored
as In cloao proximity to a band of
MINES ARE LOOTED
A.MKItimX AXI) I'OltKKJX PltOP
i:itTV IX .MKXICO .Sl'i'TKItK
ltanli Plliago Offlcos ami Cany
Their Plunder Away Into
lllr A.inclMH rrc. lo Coot lur Time..
KU PASO, Texas, May 22. Amer
ican and foreign owned miulni;
propurtlos nt Cuatro Clrncgnn woro
looted by bandits May IS, according
lo Information received 'horo today.
Got Away Willi Unit
Tlio looters previously attacked
Sierra Mojada and among them woro
a uumbor of tho bandits who raided
Glenn Springs and I!o(iilllns. Aftor
pillaging the office, houses and
store bouses thoy carried tlio booty
to tho country botwoon Cuatro Clen
cgas and San Pedro whoro they wnt
HARVARD .MAX SF.XDS LR'ITRR
TO SRXATH COMMITTHi:
President Lowell of llarvatil Col
lego Has Heen Among
lllr AuoclatM I'rru to CVn IU, Tlmej.
WASHINGTON. I). C, May 22.
Chairman Cullberson of the Henuto
Judiciary committee today mtilo
public a letter ho received from I
Charles 13. KHott. of Harvard Col-J
lego endorsing the nomination of
Hiaiuiois, (o tho .liipromu coutt.
Piofldent Lowell of Harvard recent
ly Joined the group of Huston at
torneys in tho opposition.
CYCLONE IS FATAL
(nt AiliMl.tM riia to Cuoa liar TlraM.;
HIRMINGHA.M, Alu., May 22.
Two whlto poMons nnd ouo negro:
Wero killed and ten or more Injured
as tlio rontilt or a cyclone which
struck Suunysldu and Songo, uoar
hero today. ,
TO TRV DR. WAITR
III AaiurialM rrtaa U ro pa, Tliura.J
NRW YORK, May 22
tlio Jury to try Dr. Arthur
Wan on Wnlte, tor the
murder or his father-in-law,
John K. Peck, millionaire
drug manufacturer was com
pleted this afternoon.
will hi: xo rkckivrr
111, Amk-IiiI rrM lo Cunt pa, flinn. ) i
Washington, d. c. Aia 22
Action for tlio federal district court
tor norUiorn Toxas In duunlsaing ion
want ot jurisdiction in the suit ot thn
Hankera Trust Company tor a re
ceiver for the Texas and PncRIu Rull-'
way and the Now Orleans Paeiri"
Railwny, and for foreclosure or a
sojond moitgng3 on two roada was'
atrirnied toilay by the supremo court
XIURHR A CXIOX
far AaaUlel ra tu m jur Tlnm.l
SARATOGA SI'ItlNGS. Alay 22.
Tiio possibility of a union of all
Methodists was brought two years
nearer today .by the action of the
ganorul coherence, which unanl
moufily adopted a resolution provid
ing lor adjournment to a date to bo
tixed by a boaid ot bishops.
All thn Fugles lire llwiuestcil to
meet at luiglcs Hall tonight at 8
' F. .MAGXl'SSOX, W. P.
Regular meeting. May 23rd. I. O.
O. F. hall important uusiiiess.
WM. HENRY, Sachem.
I'ORTiaXD AM COOS HAY
SAILS MOM PORTLAND
FOR IXFOR.MATIOX I'lIOXK 27H
TO.M JIi:.S. Agt., Ocean Dock
Carry Peak of Armentara
Ridge Where Heaviest
Fighting Has Occurred
More Than Three Thousand
Men Made Prisoners When
Villages Are Taken '
MANY CANNON ARE SEIZED
Paris Itepot'ts That I'rcnch Grena
diers Occupied Several lllorki
houses lii-Atorotirt Wood on tho
Voidiiii 1'Yont Alter Klghr
tllf Aim latM rr.'M U Com nr Tlrara.l
LONDON. May 22. Austro-llun-gnrian
troops can led tlio poak of Ar
mentara Itldgo, tho sccno of somn of
Llin liniivlitHt fttli(lm- In tlm rmwuitli
inaugurated offenslvo along tlic""m,u ", I" i''1-"" "lTO" uu''
c kiiiiii nml If lioiiln it tt'n "ii 1 1 hiu
nouthern Tyrol front, Vienna an
'More than :i,000 Italians woro cap
tured Sntuiday by tlio Austrians, who
also took several villages.
Thoy captured 2. cannon and eight
inachlno gumi. Krone h grenadlors
occupied Kovorul lilockhoiises In the
Avocoiirt Wood on tho yerdun front!
Tho atrugglo west of Deadinan'n
Hill was terrific. Paris assorts tho
German Infantry was repulsed.
ITALIAXS DRIVRX HACK
in, Am-kMI.I Titm In Con na, Tlmix.l
LONDON, Mny 22. - Late reports
today statu that tlio Italians havo
been driven from their entire po
sition on thn Lnviirono plateau.
Vienna announced today Hint tho
Italian dofoat la atoadlly becoming
The Austrian positions havo been
pushed forward rapidly, several po
sitions of atinteglc Importnuco do
ing captured. Tlio number of Ital
ian prlaonors lucrcnuod to '.'II.SS.'I.
Capture of several lines of Hrltlsh
positions over front one and ouo
fourth mlloa long near Glvenchy-Rnd-Gohllo
was announced by Ilorlln.
Jllf AnaiKlll! dM In Coo. na, Tlruw.)
LONDON, 'May 22. Tim flrot
memlicr of tho American Crocker
Land Expedition, Professor Maurice
C. Tanquary of Chicago, nrrlvod at
Copenhngon today on tho steamer
Hans Kgodo from Gret'iilnnd. Ho
ropoitcd good scientific results nb
tallied by tho expedition,
Tho remaining mouthers of tlio ex
ploring party, which is headed by
Donald H, Moc.MIIIaii, liua been rorcod
to stay at North Star Hay as
i houth on a sledge.
lirFFIXGTOX WIXS IX
'Hunrngton was darted
district attorney or Curry
county and Clerk Stannnrd
riiniiii' ni inn iHiMin uiai iiiid iiiuiu i
in oii.j lib n.n in ijii.i !. n ...w -- . .
roller ship Cluott Is unablo to get troops to Port Smlan. whence , ay
through tho Ice. Tanqunry camol")C011 0fna""lBk lho trlbo8"K,n
.. . j ii i. ri.lt
host inuslial talent liogin in sing! 10"V '"r..i. uiooiMri- I Unlfo " ,1,m- T!.'
c..iu....iu iimnini imii.1,. nt I lip. hnil JI.ll lil.l hLl'Mlrtlili lionrd at North Lake
K.llllaliuiin .litvl (um aaw- ---!. ii.----- -
, .,,.io,i win, iiu. Q.U-.wii h i.nthoran Ti Charles St. Dennis
. i.hnnHr streeT nnd Commercial DrAUoi...Mrrt....Co,1.,T., , ftrwt cn80 0f lt8 kin.
Ave. at 7:a0 tonight. Director WIN WASHINGTON. I). C . , there. Tho charge Is
?... : ..i...i ...in. ti.n'O Mav 22. ny a vote ot 80 ,a daiiKerous weapon.
"" 3 "'. '"""' LJ'. ',""' "Xi m a?, tho house In u com- ! Tlio Moatellar
rorward to tako the principal iolea
and constitute the supporting olioruajj
and says that It Is much hotter than,
tliai lOlino. III CHiea no iibo iioiiuu
containing a much larger population.
The development or musical talent
in tho Coos Hay district has boen due
to Che ract. no doubt, that beroro tho
llin QllrrtuH flrat I'Ulflil
companies round It too-expensho t'
come and go. and those ot the com
munity Interested in music anu dram
atics found it necessary to get to
gether Tor tholr mutual pleasure and
benoflt. "The Alikado" to bo pro
duced at the Noble by the Rika on
Ui evenings of June Sth and Oth will
have the juofesfelonal tang to it, not
withstanding the fa-t that It will be
sung and acted by home talent.
The Alpha Delphian Club will
meet this evening with MlsrS Myrtle
H J M DI RMID. the Handon In
sujance man. was hero todav en
route to Portland.
l.MOrS IIL'XGAttlAX GHXKItAL
DIMS AT AGR OK 8
Was Coiiimander In ' Chief of lilie
Army During the War of
tllf AiuoilatM I'rru to Coo. liar Tlmn.j
LONDON. May 22. Tho dcatli nt
Hudnpest yesterday of General Ar
thur George!, aged 08, Is reported
In a Central ( News dispatch from
Amsterdam. Ho was commander In
chief of tho Hungarian army during
tho war of liberation against Aus
tria in 1818, Ho was also prominent
ns a chemist.
SEA BATTLE HEARD
HKAVV CAXXOXAIMXG ItKPOHT-
Ho mom Tin: iiAinc
Heller N That Itiisslnn ami Geiman
WarMilis Aio Having
(117 wculrd Tirm is toct Ilr Tlnn.l
LONDON, May 22. Reports from
Kalmar, Sweden, on the Haltic, str.to
that a violent caiiunnndo was heard
hiHt night and it is believed n sen
naiiio is in iiroKicsH iiuiwi
man ami Russian warships.
1XTO AHMV HILL
(lit AMOtltt4 rrna Ohm nar TlmM.J
WASHINGTON, I). C. May
22. President Wilson today
began considering of tho army
reorganization hill passed by
congress last wuok. Ilo ex-
pectcd to sign it wltliln a few
NEW NOTE COMING
CARRAX.A IS SRXDIXG AXOTIIRR
TO THU L'XITRD STATICS
Aitwlcnu Ortlcals Itepinl That
SHuatlon Is Much Le.su
(11, AmikUIoJ Prw to Cui na, Tltuw.J
WASHINGTON. I). C. May 22.
The state dopartmont has been ad
vised Hint n now noto fiom Curranza
on tho border situation probably will
roach Washington today or tomor
row. Special Agent Rogers baa boon
unable to report what culled forth
tho now communication.
Rogers ndvlHod tho stnto depart
ments that Carranza offlcltls feel that
tho bordor situation Is loss critical.
inr AaaoflaliKl rr to Cooa nT Tlmea.J
IIRTIMN. Mnv 2L' (WlrelOHS to
Sayvlllo) Constiintlnoplo lidvlcoj.
report tho doroat or tho Hrltlsh rorc- n 8u(i m n,0 Btor0 was broken
es In n battle with robolllous, tribes- ,nt0 nn(, ft conHdornble stock taken
mon In tho provlnco of Darfur, ijwny, OulbortBon, who Is u young
Anglo-Kgyptlan Sudan. inan or about 21 or 22 years or ago,
U Is sniu tno uruisn soui i.i
' iranspona mm j'.ukiidh inn""
but woro tlofentcd.
IR, Aaaoclaa4 I'reaa to Coot liar TlfflM.
LONDON. May 22. Russian sub-
marlnos continue lo harrass Gorman
3liipplng in the Haltic. A Coponhn
gen dispatch says tlio uorman sieam
or Worms, 1128 tons gross. Is bo
Moved to havo beou the latent victim.
Slio left Sweden soveral days agoj
and haa not reacnea uormany.
mlltco of whole today adopt
ed an amendment to graut
suffrago to women In Porto
Rico. It was proposod by
Republican loader .Mann.
GOT WHAT Hi: WANTKD
"Olar Olarson" bo signed his name'
n North Hend and procured half
gallon or straight alcohol. William
Gottls was the name this morning
The bearer was arrested yesterday
for being drunk. It was said he hailj
sougJU a right. Hla race showed
plainly ho 'had discovered one. K
was raw. a mass or scratches and
bruises; it looked Ilko a new beef-
ateak. "Five dollars," said Judge
Hutler. Gottls was given time to
go out and earn t-
mi'uhhv ntWJi SOUTH
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Ar".M!:e.e"' ..h"!,.e:i,!.,t,""i ?''
the C A Smith company, bauen on
the Adeline last night for Oakland
on company bualncs. He r turned,
last Wednesday rrom a trip to Pu-
get Sound saw mills I
I OF 111
Most Bitter Struggle of War
Starts Its Fourth Month
Germans Still Hammering at
Deadman's Hill and JVIakc
IS THE KEY TO SITUATIOpf
Military Kicr(s Say It Mint It
Taken With Hill ild I If tho
Teutons Art) (o Capture Verdun .
Is thu Only Chniico
til, Amoilattit rr to Coot liar Tlmw.l
PARIS, May 22. Tho bnttlo of
Verdun, tho longest and most bit
terly fought Individual strugglo of.
tho war, enters on Its fourth month
today. Tho Germans nro hammer
ing nt Headman'.! Hill, whero tho
most ferocious and bloody fighting
'of the three mouths' conflict has
j Clinging desperately to tho trench
'os they havo wrested from tho
? French on the lower slopes of tho
hill, tho Teutons hnvo hurled 60,-
mill ..wi. Imnliml In, Hn 1inttnrln
!,,. .,... 'nf ..n P,iiiinrn alone tho
BOvon nillo front from Avocoiirt
iwood to tho Meuso In u dosperate
offort to solzo tlio coveted suinmlt.
riint tho Gernmns must continue
their tremendous onslaught on
Headman's Hill or abandon tlio Idea
taking Verdun seoma obvious.
This blood Boakod summit nnd
Its slstor emiuoiico. Hill 301, form
tho key or tho whole system of the
Fire from their bnttcrlcii flanks
the Uouninont plateau across tho
river. Without undisputed posses
hIiui of this plateau, military crltlc.j
agree that no attack on Verdun has
WILL CTLHKRTSOX AHHKSTKR
Xi:.R AlVRTLi: POINT
In Suspected of Hieiiklng Into Hill-
U'rds Store .May U Relcasetl ou
?l!.ao Hoiids -To Grand Jury
Charged with breaking Into tho
Hullnrds store, on tho Coqulllo, Mny
2, Will Culhortson has been arrested
nnd Is now out on bonds to appoaT
beforo tho grand Jury, according to
Doputy Shorirr W. C. Lnlrd who niado
Uio nrrest near Myriio Point msi
0 ,m to tho extent or $250 to
hCClire llin luiuiinu Hum ji...
healing lioforo the grand Ju
wlUonio about June I at whlah tin
that body la ordered to reconvene,
having been dismissed three week
Four assuult and battorv cases
are now occupying tlio attention of
tho dUtrlct nttornciy nnd ho Is won
dering Just whoro ho must start
Word reached L. A. Llljoqvlst
that Andrew Manikl, who Uvea on
Ton MHo. bad somo sort of dlspulo
with Andrew Tucstrom aim urow a
case Is to lie
and will bo the
iNoith Hend will como up soon.
In addition to thoso two cases
another baa been fllod at Coqullie
and ono at Handon.
. A CARD
Owing to tlio unidoaoant personal-
Itles which marked tho last rew days
aj of thocampalgn between A. IC. Peck
and mysoir I bellovo that a statement
Horn mo. tho vanquished roe, at tula
time Is In order.
First. I desire to thank my frleiuU
ror the earnost and loyal support
given mo nnd,
Second, I want to congratulate my
opponent A. K. Peck, upon hla auc-
cess and assure him or uw support
at to general election In November
nealnat bis democratic adversary.
1 While still a little tender In spots
s the result or several unexpecieu
blows I want It understood mat 1 liar-
Jor no resenlment nor grudgea and
",' ,,"'" n nm for penu for
that from now. an lam o rii(B
represent. it I " ,J,Bt,IJ , Sl"
opposed to l.lro M' sAIu!
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