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CO AST" MAMkM
VdL XXV I ,
Subsidence of. alt
(Qpecl.il to the Coast Mali.)
Ogden, Oct H. 1000 fact of the fln
lihcd track of tho Ogdon-Lucln cut-off
across Great Halt Lako, now building by
tliu Southern I'mcIHo, eunk 7 foot after
I ho passing of n heavy rock train today.
Thl work had boon hnllod an ono of
tint greatest modem engineering foats
mid wan to be Inspected Hurt month by
tho board ot directors'
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MARSHFIELD, COOS COUNTY, OREGON Oct. 17. 1903
No Crime to Kill an
(Special to the Coast Mall.)
Lexington, Ga., Oct, ID The Tillman
Jury brought In a verdict of acqultal.
The Jury gave He verdict at lQii7, aftor
20 hoars deliberation, Tillman una
Immediately rolcated. Ho looked hag
gard and bit oyo wtre bloodihot.
Coming on Areata
(Special to the Coast Mall.)
t Hon Francisco, Oct. 11 Tho steamer
Areata sailed for Coos Bay at 11 n. in,
tcnlay with the following passengers:
John W Procter, I 8 Colo, BJ Taylln
and wifo, Mrs 0 K Halter, J It Dutlor
E W Hchrock, and wlfo, F" 8 Holt, and
wife, F W liarkcr and wife, G Illchle,
Thus Shields, II Drtmond, Roy De.
moud.J K McOormick, N Galfoway,
11 Hureluiyro, C W Boreo, M J Loland.
Zionists Advance on
Special to the Matt.
fiacrcmetito Oct, 10 Tho examination
of convicts Wood and Murphy, tho
Fplsora escapes, which, has boon run
,nln for a week, was concludod. this
morning. Both woro hold to andwor on
a chargo of murdor.
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Bpealal to the Man.
Indlnnpolla Oat, 10 It la announced
that at tho solicitation of Hnnna and
Itooaovolt Senator Fairbanks has Jo
r.ldod to bo a candldato for tho nomin
ation for vlco prosldont on tlio Ropub
At La Grando, opplos are brliiRlng n
Union iu to linyo n (5,000,000 emultor.
I.n Grando is to 'avo n lino nocdlo
faotory. ; '. WteWpeV -
Incrcneo iu Marian county aoecoetnont
roll la noarly $800,000.
Tho La Grando fair was almost n fall
uro owing to bod weathor.
Special to the Mall.
Zlon City, III., Oct. H-Although tho
advauco trains of the boat !of restorers,
who undor Dowlo are invading New
York, doparted yesterday carrying their
baggage and agonls, the real exodus be
This tnornlug wltnesaod the most rc
markable scenoa sinoo tho Mormon ad
vance on Utah. Thlrty-ono hundred
undor command of Dowlo, boarded the
trains, Sovon thousand gather'od in tho
oarly dawn to listen to tho exhortations
ot Dowlb although ho epoko in tho char
actor of a prophet. Tho untiro hosts
sang, prayed and wopt as tho eloquonco
of their loador moved thorn, Skeptics
doclarod It a marvelous t exhibition of
Dovtlo is short of statue, fat flngored,
dignified by long, flowing white beard
and hair, clad in robes ot ricbost text
uro. and is a striking figure.
When bo callod for en expression of
faith, tho crowd rospondod with tbo
rollglous fovor of neccctics. Tho Bongs
attoctcd thorn in a dostoo similar tb
Indians undor thb cbargo of sacrlflclal
Thousands marched to tliodopot bend
ed by tho Zlon band ol 40 Instruments
escorting tho eolf htylod EIHah tiuuond.
As they boarded tho train for Now
York onch toutoratloulBt was supplied
with a big case of traots and litoraturu.
As tho first lot boardod tbo train, en
husium nBftliireachod tbo hlghofat pitch
and tbo oliolr ol bIx bundrod and drum
and life corps ot fifty uhildron, gatbored
about tho departing and host Joined lu
Tho llret train pulbnl out at 0' o'clock.
Dowlo's epuolal car waa tho last to leave
Los Angeles Girl the
(Special to the Coast Majli)''!
Ban Francisco, Oct. 15 At noon today
Josophlne Mead, of Los Angelea was
shot and killed by a yoong man at the
cornor of Duih and Laguna streets.
Josephine was vicltlng her aunt, Mrs.
MaryRobb. Aftor killing the girl, the
man walked a hundred feet, and pat a
bullet through bis head and feUjfaad.
Tbo man'e name was Paul Smith and ho
was from Loh Angoler. f
Tho girls parents sent her hero to" get
away from Smith. It Ii euppoied that
hu followed tho girl from Loa Angeles,
ab ho Inquired at several places where
1812 Laguna street was. This la where
tho gill was staying. lie evidently call
od on tho girl and they went tor a walk.
Tho girl was shot threo times.
Tho man was well dressed and evident
ly well to do. A baggage check bear-
ing tho nama ot A. Pnjder was fonad la
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bis pocket. Tna correct Bf a of 1m Kan,
Salt take Politics ar,e!
(Special to the Coast Mall.)
Bait Lake, Utah, Oct. 1&-The Re
publican municipal convention today
promlfcs to bo the bitterest In the his
tory ot Bait Lake. It baa practically
narrowed dpwn to a Mormon-Gentile
fight. Sensational allegations aro cur
rent, ot the Kearns machine bnyfng
proxies to secure control of tbo city
was about 'M. lie is dark
characteristics of a Mexican, and was
flvo foot six inches tall and slender,
Over Eastern Situa-
Salt Lake Election so
(Special to the Coast Mall.)
Faris. Oct, 14 The diplomatic corps
has a hopoful view of the result in the
far East- A dispatch todayfrom Tokio
to tho Japanese legation says that there
is no reason o apprebond a rupture, Rus
sia and Japanese negotiation is taking a
Special t the Mall.
Salt Lake, Oct. 10 After ono ot
most exciting political battldo ovor
fought in Salt Lako Frank Knox,
president ot a national bank, and a Re
publican, was nominated for mayor by
the Republican city convention over W.
F, James, a well known mining man',
and George T. Odell, a prominent
Tho nomination ot Knox Is consider
ed a personal victory for United States
Bonator Reams oyor his opponents, and ,
will have an important bearing on jtbo
election of tho United States; senator, to
bo chosen by tho legislature a
Fifty candidates wore lu tho
Sohrlnere at Aehland,
Alo Anderson a workman iu tbo quar
rios at liugby, noar Aetoria waB killed
Saturday. A" 14 ton rock crushed him
Dr, T, E, Aly6a n morchnnt was, rob
bod of( $1000 at Bled springs rojidhouso
noar Enterprise Orogon, ou Saturday
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Against Some' Balliet
Special to the Mair.
Washington, Oct, 14 The oatoffice
departtaent, today Issued a fraud order
against Uie Wile Bwan Mmlng Go,,
'limited, ot Ban Francisco and Baker
0(ty,vOregon and Letson Balliet, promo
tor of the Pacific Security & TruBt Oo.ot
tho Barqe. cities.
It is charged that tboy sold mininjr
stock araoiintlng to two hundred thon
eand dollars ot which they invested only
soven thousand dollars In the properties.
The Trust Oo. advertised a capital
stock ot two hundrod thousand dollars
only $025 of which was actually paid iu.
A Btockman sappoaed to bo Orson V.
J)uu8tuoro, of flalom, is thought to havo
boon drowned Fridoy afternoon in Soap1
Creole, noar tho bridgo on the Indepond
onco road botweon Buvor and Wells
Station, eiitht miles from Albany,
(Special to the Coast Mail.)
Fort Riley, Kan.-, Oct, 1V-Beg Inning
today and continuing "antil October 27
the army reservation hire Is to be a
scene of the greatest military maneu
vers em Conducted in the United State.
The ancceia of the maneuvers held here
last Fall inspired, the War depart
ment to Jay the plans this year on a
much larger scale; The movements of
the .roopfl will extend over ah area of
226 tquare miles, instead of being limit
ed to ninteen eqaare miles, as they were
a year ago, and thenumber of troops
has been doubled.
The game will be largely one of strat
egy. All of tbe arms of the service will
take part jn It. Tbe artillery will bo
represented by nine light batteries t),e
largest and strongest force of 'field -rtil
Icry that baa been brooght together in
tills country since the Civil War, with
Msjor ' 'WUliaca BCefrhaiiai-ecHBir
mand. There will be a brigade of
cavalry, under Gen. O. O. O. Carr, and
brigades of infantry commanded by
Brigader Generals. Fred D. Grant, J,
Franklin riell and Thomas H. Barry.
In command of all the operations is
Major General John O. Bates.
The regular troops engaged in tbe
maneuvers, and the most of which are
now on the field come from torts
Leavenworth and RUey, Kan; Still and
o, Okla, : Nlobraro and Robinson
Ifeb.j Logan Olo;.; D. A. Russell Wyo.
Douglas Utah; Snelling, Minn. Lincoln
N. D. Itlyet, Ya; Keongb,' Montana,
and JeQereon Barracks Mo.
Besides tha regular troopa there will
be any army ot national guard present
as follows; Kansas and the brigade
consisting of two reglmonts of Infantry
and It wo batteries of field artillery;
Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Arkansas
one regiment of infantry each; Colorado
one battalion ot Infantry; Nebraska
a single corps of about sixty men.,
The work ot establishing the camp
was practically completed today. The
camp oxtonda . several miles along the
KansaB river. The site is well drained
and there exists a plentiful supply of
pure water. The work of feeding the
army during the thirteen days is in
charge of Captain v A. M. Davis, the
commissary of the department ot Mis
souri, A depot commissary has beon
put up noar tho canip, whoro all articles
which tho troopa useniay bo purchased,
Arrangements have been perfected to
Bupply the troopa wilh troah bsot
fresh vogotabloa and freah bread every
day wbilo they aro 'oucamped on the
reservation. The supply of broad will
como from tho army bakery at Fort
Riioy which will bo operated night and
day during the next two wooks.
Wiped Out ...
Loss Exceeds Seveft
Special to the Mali.
facomH Oct. 16 "'he business pa rt o
Aberdce i, on ' Grus harbor, fwas !
f - ;H)
stgoyed by flro between 10 o'clock-, mid
noon today, Tbe fire oaagbt la the
Dlx block and spread rpl lly fanned by
tbo wind to G ays harbor Jind tba Che!
At noon 15 block) compiling
business rection bad . becK dertroj etl
and the west elde rdsidsnee section war
bnrning. Tbe fire departaaeRt ot Aar;
deenantl Uoqaiata are nnable'to eopi
witb it, and the aatlUi IIhIbjc the Ohe
halls river tsd water front are Is gra
danger. Tao . Iom. excMd 7 nilliea
ifJJSf- 'W ii.- .vt. ar.
Aberdeen has eight thoosiad popala
tion, and is enthely built of wood,
Such a conflagatlon has long bees ex-
pected. .jTarojb.'iuks, tbe chldt hotejaj
opra hou, jind n lnindrtfdbmlB6q
hou&a wtire destroyed., Four fatalities,
Special to the Mall.
Los Angeles, Oct. 1 Negotiations
are still on for tbe purchase of the
Herald by William "Randolph Hearst..
It is understood that he and HuBtlng
ton refssed to take paper as tbe price
asked waa considered too high..
Hearst la represented by D. H. Rob
erta, who sayB when the paper Is start!
ed here Hearst will look into the Fort
land field for tbo purpose ot ascertain
ing whether a morning newspaper caa
be run at a profit in opposition to the
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