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MARSHFIELD, COOS COUNJY, OREGON Fob. 1 4. 1903.
, GETTING .
Ladrones Starting an
Slavery Under the
Stars and Stripes
Girls Bought and Sold
Aioulla Fob. It Tho outbreik La
dronos in tlio north of Luton is growing
In maguiltido and nor threatens to sur
pass anything o( this character slnco
Uio original revolution. It 1 staled that
tlila la probably tlin bogtnlug of ft new
iniurrcclion, owing to tlio widespread
character of tlio disturbance.
Tlio trouble Is giving an czcuso for
brigands of tlio district to ply their
trade with Impunity, Several of there
Imvji h.ifiti tvrA.itt.il I, tit In tmili rAftn thnv
f.gjlrft f-1-'- to bo fnaurrotos thus liopfng.tp
,, otMpo ilia torero punitutneoi mvied
oat to litidits. Numerous comuJondu
aro patrolling th'o districts. Two girls
havo been told into slavery by tbo
(ieorgo Torres, both lirlnclnic 2W pesos.
Tho thirtconth amendment to tho con
atltution of tho United States prohibits
slavery but tho flag contlnuos to (loot
over, slavery In thnsu islands. GirU enn
bo bought in tho provinces for InslgnlAe
nnt sums, especially whan tho parents
' aro in dobt, and n number of human vul-i
tu r us In Manila mnko n business of buy
ing and sollinK clrls.
StrikoB aro causing eoriout troublo in
Tho ontiro ropublio of Guatemala is in
a atato of slego according to dispatches
received this tnortiiiiu'.
Thoannouucomont woo mndo today
that tho foreign ofllco oxpoota the Vono
zuolan procol to bo elgnod today.
Owing to tho throatonod war in Oen
ttnl America, Admiral Glass baa sailod
from Sim Francisco for that roglou with
his ontiro Eiinndron,
It la ostimatod that ono million dollars
will bo required to tldo tho fatnlno-Btrlck-on
Bwcdos over until Spring, The Gpy;
oruor of Kanuan nppoals to tho people of
that atato in tholr bohalf,
Bonato this afternoon agreed to tho
roport conforonco commlttoo on tbo de
partment of commerce labor bill, The
meaBuro now goes to the president for
Trouble Brewing For
The Sick Man
Constantinople Fb II Thn Balk.-n
states bordering 'upon Turkey aro on
thuovoof revolt. Bulgaria la backing
Macedonia and Jlvrila is standing be
hind Bulgaria. All oflloireof tho Itua
n nn reserves havo boon ordered to hold
tlioinsclvos in readiness to Join tholr
regiments The Sultan denies that bo
Is mobilizing troops but nono of tho
powers bolicvo him.
Will be Prosecuted to
Leader of Gang arrest-
ed at Vancouver
Vaucouver, W'ath , Fob. 13 Uhnrlta
Burfu, thn tailor rnlAlug from tbo
Hrltlili ship HUt tfdnlii at Portland, ar
rlvod in Vnncouver last evening, accom
panied by one of tho While Brotbors, ol
a Portland sailor boarding house,
Lato in tbo evening White was attest
ed at tho request of tho Portland poller,
Uuren was alio hold. Tho tailor rooms
to bn in a very bad condition. Ills faco
shows evidence of a aevcro bcatlrig, and
ho is vory sick. Bbortl.t alter his arrival
ho was taken to a barber shop and given
a bath. Huron, White and another man
accompanying thorn, aro now in rooms
in tho Abbington building.
Portland, Feb. 13 The crimp outrago
of yeHterday has rouiod tho authorities.
White, lomlor of tlio ganx vas, anestett
for kUnapplug nt Vaucouvor, Wash.,
and ho and Huron, tho kidnapped sailor,
badly bouton, wero brought back to
Tho Btato, city ftnl United States au
thoritios are determined to break up tho
gangs which havo mndu this port notor
ious tho, world ovor. United 8tatos
Judgo BcllIngor and British Consul
I.ntdluvr aro dotormlnod to hold tho
captalu of tho lllvorsdalo and sailors
lioro to prosecuto tho caso to tho limit,
Anyon inllni iktteh and dtiariptloii mr
oulcklr ucerliln our opinion frwuelhri
UiTinrton ( Prol.blr Pttiitble. CompunUj
tloui trloli oonnantll. II Mflbook on PaUnU
Int fr. OldMl f uot for onrtt4UnU.
I'attult Ukn tfirouih upi. rT
H)iot noil, without clirto, la Ui
A handionulr UlniHftj(J wilr. Jrj;t,(r
ouUtloa ot nr loU?""? i.r,li !. L
jTri fourtaoniB,!. ouauiui nwujui.
ImTm V tC WkiB4io, d. a
TO BE REP
RESENTED Bill for New Depart
Cortelyou For Nw
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Washington, Feb 12. Tbo Dopnrt
mout of Commerce bill wont bo signed
by President Itooievelt until Attorney
Genoral Kuox pastes his approval early
n.xt week. Tho Prrsldcnt will imuie-
diatcly appoint Cortelyou to tlfrr nsw
aibinct position. WillUm Loob Jr.,
now assistant tocretary will bo pfomot
cd to Cortctyou'd placo.
Tho appointment of Cortolyou is
a slngolnr ono inasmuch as it meats the
hearty npprovnl of both partlos and
comes solely as a recognition of great
ability and tact.
All Executions to be
Salom, Fob. 12 Tho oxecutlon of all
criminals hcroaftor will tako place with
in tho enclosure at tho penitentiary.
Senator Marsters bill covering the sub
ject passed the House Wednesday even
ing by a practically unanimous vote.
Having passed the Senate, tho bill now
awaits tho elgnaturo ol tho governor,
Since the moasuro carries no emergency
clauso it will not go Into offect until 00
days after tho approval of the bill.
Balera, Feb. 13i-There were no cbangoi
in today's ballot, which rosultod in tho
An. Odd Cwtos.
Five Men Do The Job
j And Get Away
Conflicting Reports As
To The Boodle
Butte, Mont., Feb. 12 Tho Northern
Pacldc train was held np eight miles
from hero shortly after midnight. Two
men, with lighted lanterns gavo tho
danger signal. Tbo train stopped, and
tho engineer and fireman wcro held up
and compelled to uncouple tho mail and
oxprets cars and ran two mllos. The
robbers exploded dynamite. No dotalls
have been received from tho scene of tbo
explosion. A pcsie Iim gone in pnrsalt
of tbo robbers,
ll.e Kiprais ear Is currently believe!
to-bavo contained ..a- ciott omocrat a!
treatuto, hat tho odcl&i tire reticent.
rTJi.i trulti w&s tho Uiultngtcn crpuss
rnnnlng over tho Nortborn Pacific trackr.
A poaio from Deer Lodgo with blood
hounds havo gone to tho scene. '
Tho Nortborn Pacific offers 15,000 for
the arrest and conviction of the entire
gang or $1,000 for each ono.
Tho railway men bay there wero five
in the gang.
Thoro aro conflicting reports as to tho
amount of monoy in the exproea car.
The Mcscongcr says tho robbers could
not get to exceed $5C0; other sources
considered autbritive, say fat least $5,000
When the hold-up camo the messen
ger threw one package behind a rack.
The train mon showed fight and tbo
mail clerk was wounded. Division Sup
erintendent Boylo was on tho train and
ran forward but was afraid to shoot for
foar of bitting his own men In the dark
ness. POPULAR EATING HOUSE
Fire Department Conquers
Flames Before They do
Afiro in the Broiler last evening
caused damago of probably considerably
ovojr 100, and placed that popular eatt
Ing bouso out of commission for tho
prosent. Tho firo started back of the
range and was discovered by Frank
Farrin, night cook, who endeavored to
put it out with a bucket of water but
soon saw it was useless nnd raised the
About OUOItho fire alarm called out
tho firo department. The Hook & Lad
dor Company and tho two hose com
panics wero on the scene in a few min
utes, but thero was somo delay in get
ting water onto the fire. The Hook 4
Ladder Company, got into difficult!!
with tho telopbono wlrcn, ihlcl delay
ed them in tclting their extension ld
dor ,o tho toof. The firo wos exting
uished without difficulty.
TJho building, wliics bolong! to Mrs.
Ilulchcson, was romewhat damrgtd,
and tbo dlihoi and kitchen fixtures of
tlio liroller badly rmnsliol up, tho rane
beinc somowhat demoralized hi moving
It out to gut r.t tho wall,
Geo. N, Farrin, proprlntor of vtbo
rettanrant, had pone homo tor the night
and was not called. Tho Jos Jojhis
business, outside of the first damago
will bo considerable
It is fortunate that tho fire got no
more start as tho nest of tho old bail J
ings is a bad flrotrap.
Acceded tcHn Interest
Blockade to be1 Raised
By Allies. .
Waeblngton. Fefi 121-Afcwrdrng to
iiiswucuona nccnoa irom tno Usrman
forcga 05... dter 3Urber thU
morning formally demandod of Jfinistor
Bowon the paymont from Venexucla of
1310,000, in 5 equal monthly instal
ments, the two first to becomo duo two
weeka after signing of the protocol.
Altboueb Bowen considers tho de
mand extortionate he will accede to it
in the interests o! peace, Germany
agreeing with other allies to lift tbo
blockade immediately upon signing of
N buying shoes EON'T
4.00 shoo .it a storo whero Hi to $8 shoes are sold you do
got pluckod nearly overy time. : : : :
Satisfactory nboes for Winter shoos that please he
people shoos in which tho abapo will hold won't
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equash" out, or sag
! in a little while.
Bhoos that hold out becanse they're rightly onilt not a skimp any
where, inside or out THAT'S tho Walk-Over Shoo. , : : :
MuBt bo right or wrong no mlddlo ground or we
couldn't everlastingly preach Money-Back Shoes good
wear or a new pair. : : i : t ;
Why pay $5 and $0 for let-well-enough-alone shoes
Torn, Dick and Harry makes that bavo been foisted on a
long suffering public with ecarcoly h
nor in sh ape for the last ton y enre .
Two and a hajf Mil
lions Called for
ffalctn, Ftb. 13 Heavy taxation will
bo the result of ho many appropriations
of tlii legisliitiire. Tho total expendi
ture of tbia session and the fixed ox
penres will probably exceed $2,600,000.
Two years ago tho amount for thn
same wus 1,705,000,01. The Wayu and
Means committee report nest Monday
will show total expenses ofUj311.C00.81,
and this .does not Include special appro
priations, such as the Lewis and Clurk
fair, portage railway, etc.
The total now in sight, including fixed
; esjnjcs Is ?2;to3, 107.81. Other appro-
j priations are pc tiding acd come wl'l bo
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A fall Una of mnslo suited
every grade, received direct
I Marshfield, ; ; Qrem
got plucfced. If you buy a $3.50 or
in tho shank, or got shabby-looking
change in quality Is s ad i.m
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