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About The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1909)
THK F.VK.Vl.VO NEWS MONDAY, DKCKMDKR fl, VHtO.
THE EVENING NEWS
IIY B. W. BATES I
IHSUIOI) DAILY KXCKPT kuxoay I
Entered as socond-class matter
Nov. 6, 1909, at Hoseburg, Ore., un-1
lcr act of ..arch 3, 1879.
Kul)ncritlon ItiiU-K Daily !
Per year, by mail 13.00 j
('or month, dullvornd 50
Si inl-Wiclily j
Per year 3.00
lx month'; .: 1.00
TM(7xlAi, DWK.MHKI! (I, HMU.
The United Slutos Courts will do j
tho country u valimtilo service If they i
can make eompetltlnn take the place I
of combination In ulTulrB of l i i k 1 1 1 -hh .
1a fruedom rolsn again la the popu-1
lar slogan. i
Cuba Ih reported to have a 'crisis
duo to disappointed officer seeker.
A republic subject to involution from
tills cause can never hope to Bottle
oho emergency without running into
another. , ,
Rait Is now finding Its medical ad
vocates, oven at tho season of tho
year when It Ih Urn principal agent In
tailing down tho things which are to
-work illicitly for Indigestion dining
tho coming year.
LET US ASSIST YOU
In Planning: A Delightful Christmas
t r.cy Do not spend your money in souiething cheap
Lrxj:j$ au trasnyi but get something good and ..then you
j have a lasting remembrance. Call and see our
1 " jfj Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware
VTi5r2itrr Novelties, Cut Glass, Umbrellas, Hand
Shjl Painted China.
, STkn . Come in and make your selections early while
L ss' .the lines are complete. We do Engraving.
ap?4r . W. E. CLINGENPEEL Je
' Have yoo Been that special couch
we have oa sale. You'll mlas It If
you don't; a natural reBt will do you
! good Btretch out. Rice & Rice, tf
Nothing !b too good for the Uriah,
for the county. Use the beBt, as It
is the cheapest In the long run. See
Dr. Hothorington, at a teachers'
institute In Northwestern Missouri,
aroused a Btorin of protest by saying
that the city and town hoy la bettor
In iiiorala than tho hoy on the farm.
ThlH seems to rat ho a new question
for debate, and It will not be hard to
find two aldcH to It on which to pitch
In defonso of tho gnmo, an au
thority on football rays fatalities on
tho Held are not excessive. Perhaps
not, but it all depends on how many
-deaths would ho counted as "exees
wlvo." Pa roil Ih of young men who
:h,vo been killed In the play will not
agroo with this '"authority." Any
xamo that oxaclH oven an occasional
victim Ih too brutal to ho recognized
in American athelutlcs.
Ai si:i) nv emu)
Tho storms provalllng all along tho
coast for ( lie last four dayH aLnick
heavily north and south of the
limpqua Valley,' but up to this writ
ing no sorlotis woatlutr has visited
our favored section. Deep snow fell
at Taconin, Portland, Halcin and Kii
neno on tho north. To tho south be
ginning In tho Rogue River country,
a heavy fall of hiiow was experienced,
Jind tho storm extended as far as
Chlco, California, where ono Inch of
the beautiful covored the landscape.
Red Bluff got fi Inches of snow, while
14 inches fell at Redding, and 3
inches lit AHhlnnd. Here In our own
protected valley just a (lury of snow
Tell which melted as fast as It came.
Mountain ridges show some snor.
but tho valley and hillsides are beuu
llul In their carpet of green. Kvl
lenty this climate will bear recom
IVUDIU.N'U AT IIAPPV VAUJOV
CHtiRRY, III., Dec. 6. Testimony
Introduced at tho coroner's Inquest at
(.'hery mine horror today tended to
Know that tho liro was started hy
Mat Francisco, an Inexperienced hoy
of 15, who was working In the mine
In alleged violation to the child labor
Tho noy'fl work was to push the
empty cars from tho main abaft in
the second vein over to tho cage run
ning to tho thled vein. Kranclsco testi
fied that ho bad pushed tho loaded
car of hay over to the elevator shaft
leading to tho third vein, and left it
standing closo to the blazing torch
which Ignited It. Tho lad said this
was the first halo of hay ho had over I
been required to bundle -and that he
received no instructions as to what
ho should do with it
Representative of the State Fac
tory Inspector Davis' office declared
that this testimony justified tho opin
ion that the child labor law was free
ly violated In tho Cherry mine to the
great danger of tho 500 miners em
Mine Inspector Hudson testified
that he had not inspected the inino
stueo last July and did not know they
were lining open torches, Instead of
electric light, with which ho knew tho
mine to be equipped.
Amos W. Hiestor, violinist at
Star theatre, will accept pupils
fof violin. Especial attention to
Juvenlls. Ingulre at Star theatre
or phone 885.
This Is Your
' WE ARE TALKING
to the LADIES NOW
Floyd Watson, of Peel, rode in this
morning from the np river country,
lie reports some snow on the ridges,
and a Utile frost. He vill remain In
the city for a day or two.
The Holiday Work is before you
and there is the Xmas dinner to plan
for. We can relieve you of much
woi ry and work, which is economy,
too, you know. You'll find all our -
Pastry, CaKes and Bread
to be unexcelled. Orders delivered.
Special orders given prompt attention.
Place your Xmas orders now.
TELF.PI I ONE 001
Prompt attention given to all orders
' NAT BISHOP
This is simply to notify the
lovers of ?yrography work that I
shall be pleased to have them call
and look over my stock.
Boxes and boxes, Plaques and
picture frames, ' Calenders and
Dutch shoes. Articles useful and
articles ornamental. Prices lower
than they used to be.
THE IMPERIAL j
2 A TemDerance Saloon i
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Depot - Roseburg
ORDWAY & BOGART I
JPROPRIETO R St
The Next Thing on the Bill of Fare
Where are You Going to Trade?
For your Groceries, Dry Goods, Gents Furnishings
and Shoes. Why they sell the BEST GOODS
for the LEAST MONEY.
Our valley Is all that the name lm
ttilcs and there Ih not often anything
to break tho monotony of Its peaceful
ipiletude. Hut Is was slightly thrown
trom itB orh(f Thursday. December 1!,
by tho marriage o Mr. Kred Hoffman,
and Miss Rohu WiIhoii, two of its es
teemed young people. The Nuptials
were celebrated at tho homo of the
, groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. K.
llffiifin, of (hlH place. When the
bridal party returned from Roseburg
whence thev had gone to have the
matrimonial knot lied, Iho assembled
miosis received them with hearty
congratulations. Hhorlly after alt sat
down to a bountiful repast and par
took of tho many good things which
Mrs. floivmnn knows so well how to
prepare. Those present besides tho
relatives were Mr. and 'Mrs. M, L.
Moore, Mr. and Mrs. .1. 10. Hates, Mr.
and -Mrs. .lames Rick, Mr. and Mrs.
!eorgo I'erry. Miss Mary Hrown, Miss
Vera Perry, Miss Anna McDaniel.
Mi:s KilHau Hates. Mr. Messier, of
Vorl Townsend. Mr. John Monro, Mr.
Jako Wilson. Mr. Whitney. Mr. Hur
ii Ire Hates and Masters Walter Rick
and Hryan McDaniel. In the evening
rnuic and pleasant conversation w.ih
being Indulged In, when lo! a signal
was tired and before one could think
a seeming bedlam was let loose, the
bouse was surrounded with serniidvrs.
nr1 with bells, hoi it, ;in cans, guns,
and good lungs, (hey made such a
noise as only ono who witnessed itj
could realize. After a reasonable tlmeJ
fiivMPin dfM'iivu iiiw uimm mill nnii-
vd them in. all of whom were his
lolly associates. The m-oom and his
lovely bride servd refreshments to
Iho Joily crowd then Mr. Messner and
Mr. HorTiiinn sang some Cernian
vongH which were greeted with ap
plause. The merry makers soon with
drow iilvlng a parting salute as they
went, and all was merry as marriage
Wlls could be. The party soon broke
wp and ho guests returned to their
several homes and quiet again reigns
over our peaceful domain.
RICE $ RICE, THE HOUSE FURNISHERS
Now's theJime to
Boy Your Xmas
Gifts. Shop Early
and get first choice
Better, bigger than, ever
is our display of useful gifts,
. odd pieces furniture, book
cases, desks, dressers, buf
felts, side boards, china
closets, combination cases
luunges, couches, davenports,
settees, parlor sets, chairs
- - -
LOST Snndiiv nltirniioii. h Ki'lii-ckn
liln. Flndor idwiso lenve ut this
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LOST I'mhrollii nt tho Armory, on
Wi'diicsduy nlslit. ('ami hnndlo.
Ono rlli shortt'r thun tho othors.
'I.invo nt Nowb otllco.
LA.SSII ll;l) AUVKIti lSKMKM'S
l'Olt UhW'T Store room on Jnckaon
Htroi't. lmiiilio Mm. II. KiiHton. tf
,"1U J'tlONT Two lutusokoopltlK riH)in!l
Inqnlro nt litl.t Mill ntroot. tr.
FOR RKNT. Moiiao, T rooniH, nonr
toon. Cltv wnli-r. Ht-nt vorv ro
fonahlo. Call 121 W. OouKlns
KOH SA1.K HI ncron tlno hind. H
niilo from town: 3 noros orchard;
nil nndor rnltlvntlon; sninll honso;
linrn 20x30; poultry, toam and n
wnmin Inrlndml. Only -VSon. Ad
i .dross X., this oltlce. d31-sn-d
the Rye." That's
the tune you'll step
to if you should
fail to shop early.
Sowing machines, washing
machines, ranges, kitchen
cabinets. Everything to make
merry the home. Cuttlery
all kinds, 1S-17 Rogers Bros
silverwear at prices below
them all. Carvers, roasters
and coffee perculators.
A pleasant thought, a wise suggestion, a timely hint. Swell Rockers. Morris chairs, Couches and
Davenports, liuffetts, China Closets, Diners and extension tables 1847 Roger Bros. Silverward. , The
latest Coffee Ferculator, Size 1-3
We Never Forget
, the Little Ones
Little red chairs, dollie go
carts 50 cents up, toy dishes'
toy tables, toy stoves, knives
And forks and childs sets
rockers, high chairs, black
boards, toy banks, air guns
for boys, toy banks and game
Try Them In Your Order For
GENTSIFURNISHINGS AND SHOES
Groceries is their Specialty, and they wih
, ' please you.
Try Them For Dry Goods
The People's Cooperative Store
ROSEBURG ROCHDALE CO.
We're in a Position
to offer you the best the market (-
' fords In the way of Meats; and our
prices you know are always lowest
We handle only prime stock. Qual
ity and quantity guaranteed. Fine
roasting pieces of beet from 8c to
12Hc pound., First class mutton,
veal, pork and poultry equally low.
Can't do better anywhere. Phone us
your order. We deliver to any part
of the city. '
Cass Street Market
LOUIS KOHLUAGE.N, Prop.
107 West Cass SL Phone 191.
H LE0NA MILLS LUMBERCOMPANY H
Lumber, Lath, Shingles and Dry Finish Lumt er! tt
Doors and Windows of all Kinds.
There will be something doing if you
selected marked and laid away for you
wait too long. Mail orders promptly attended to.
Yirds on Lower 0k Street,
tt 'Phone 1411
D. H MARSTERS PLUMBING SHOP.
Plumbing, Sheet Metal WorK, Tifting
North Jachson Street, adjoining ; Peoples! Marble
WorKs. Telephone 2511.
WorK Done on Short Notice ROSEBURG, ORE. 5