Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View This Issue
TIIB DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, AIAllSHFIELD, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1007.
Idaho, May 9. By overrul-
terday's motion by the defense
(11 of particulars setting forth
yert acts, if any, were to con-
accused with the murder of
iborg, Judge Fremont Wood
the way for the trial of Hay-
fBecretary of me Western Fed-
df Miners, which began to-
rho court held thai tlie request
rwood's couhsel came too late
Hess of whether or not it might
Ifeeen ehtertained at an earlier
HAUL lilt: 1JIUUUUUU1BB. 1 HO lirSL
Ifiriasks of the coint is to secure
and Owing to the great pub-
iglven to the case and the cir-1
tances connected with the mur-
Mf Steunenberg, it is expected
It will tako from a week to '
Pj fYCUlVD IU DUUULC U Jill Jr I
Tyet there is no indication of the i
.of thd case which the state will '
f to prove against Haywood. In
ssing the matter one of the
el for the defense said: "The i
ler the scope of the case offered
ithe state the better we will be
Mled." Nearly forty special cor-
Dndents of press associations and
Hnnnnm lmvo rnmo tt Pntcn tn co.
FtHhe case, and special wire ar-
igements have been made for the
liBmisslon of their dispatches.
rnight all was' quiet in Boise, and
"discussion of the case seems con-
to visitors, rather than resi-
tq, who seem satisfied that equal ,
4ce be done, and they are con-
Bt'to let the matter bo threshed out
la court of law. i
KrThe prisoners express confidence
M believe tliey will be acquitted of
lay complicity in the. murder, and
re' anxious that the trials proceed
romptly without any interruptions.
llPhe defense sprung a decided sur-
IgN'tee by its announcement of the re
gion of Edgar L. Wilson, of Boise,
ig associate counsel. Wilson was a
Mrmer law partner of Judge Wood,
10 is to preside at the trials. The
I,b.er attorneys representing Hay-1
Bood are: E. F. Richardson, Den-'
jiw; Clarence S. Darrow, Chicago;
t.3ohn F. Nugent, Boise; Fred Miller,
jfpokane. John Murphy, of Denver,
is general counsel of the Western
federation of Miners, is here, and
jiiay act in an advisory capacity, but '
win take no active part in the trial.
presenting the state are James R.
Hawley, Boise; United States Senator
W. E. Borah, Boise; Public Prosecu
tor O. M. Vanduyn, Ada county; and
George. Stone, special attorney for
Canyon county, in which the murder
was committed. A chango of venue
was taken to Boise upon application
of the defense, It being contended
that a fair trial In Caldwell was Im
COUNTY IS TO HAVE
Pnrts of Other Comities in Oregon
Will Also Come in for Sim
Manager Whyte, of the Chamber
of Commerce at Astoria, received a
letter from the acting director of the
United States geological survey, II. C.
Rizner, bringing the news that a ge
ological survey is being made in parts
of Josephine, Douglas and Coos coun
ties. Mr. Mizner makes a mention
of the fact that the states are co
operating In the matter of a topo
graphical survey, and recommends
that the same be done in order to ex
pedite the geological work.
KEEP THE WAGONS BUSY
ORGANIZE PACKING COMPANY.
AVJI1 Operate at Rectlsport on the
W. P. Reed, of Gardiner, and Mr.
Elmore, of Astoria, the latter a sa'
mon packer, have organized a com
pany' known as the Umpqua Packing
company. The company will begin
operations at once on the cannery,
which wll bo built at Reedsport and
is to be .finished in time for the next
season's run of salmon. Mr. Elmore
has been in the packing business for
a number of years, and is considered
a very able man in his line.
FOR SAIJE Af J
Phom1 fD 4
FOR RENT.t-Threo furnishfttr rooms
for rent.Jjy the Catholic cptarch
WANTEDSiU North Bend Wbtel, a
dining worn girl, immedhnftly
men to vAUK on
pply to Dr. 13. 3ingiis.
irons womari off girl
Iderly lady, iupply to
WANTEB-V-jnen to work IriVswmill,
wages JfiC a day audiipward.
Simpsfln Viumber Co. ' 8-24-tf.
FOR REST. Offlco roomsralso good
rooms! for drcsmfking parlors.
Address Box ZLg, Marshfield.
NOTICE iBlds will be received for
paperlnfl and painting my house.
Mrs. Acnes I Ufthinson, Marsh
field. I r 3-aitf
NOTICE. lUfose havlngV baggage
stored atnho Central ifotol will
please cailYor same by Auno 1 or
it will 1 JoW. ' 5-7-22t
FOR SALE.-VSmall gasoline
in perfectyLrfdition, with
caom; aisoi uoat nouso
AddressPV). Box 22fi
FOR RENT. two furnishe)
keeping rooms suitable
and wife InVindsor block.
to Fred ohilson, Eagle
land, 25acres already writ
2 acresgoocrbpttbm landV?2
UU1U. UllVftUU luUIJ
on, North Inlet.
Half cashXand remainder oil time,
FOR SALK-F(ir acres of lkriB in I
Cmtll. tlij!-.U4f1A - U Hn.lf.l.l.. ' i
UUUHI IHdilUUUlU 1U1 WI13 ilV.tSlAlJ'
aays. AuarefS is. a. n. 430-2m
for high crni
:io Irish Orcffestra
music on anjt occa-
y, conductor and
duk bAL,M -ao tacres CO
quarter ratio ot water
ship chanftt!! &n Ooos Bay
At a har
ps & Ab-
BEGINS TO BUZZ I
Statement Is Made That Taft Is the f
Logical Choice of Ohio Republicans.
Toledo, Ohio, May 9. Walter F.
Brown, chairman of tho republican
state central committee said that
he would Issue a call tomorrow for
a meeting of the committee In Col
umbus May 15. Brown said that he
bolleved that Taft was the logical
choice of the republicans of Ohio for
the presidency in 190S. !
Taft Noncommittal. ,
Washington, May 9. Taft, upon
being shown the btatemonts of For
aker and Cox relative to his can
didacy for presidency and tho Ohio
situation declined to discuss tho subject.
CarrJpbelf s Wood andCoal
Foul of the finest water-
front lefts in Marshfield ,.
Gooalreason for selling "'
May 8, 9
N, North Bend
1 , v?
AT EMPIRE CITY
Monday : Tuecday,May 12:13
M T&& JfM43 js, & - it msa.J5 -jl jiuv pl &axij
&x&c&ifif Do not risk havinc
Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not Bright s Disease
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes
TPIE Coos Jfay Country is a field laden with
innumerable opportunities, Every man
Avho has eyes to see may see them if lie
will. Yet, as always, men are blind blind
when the very atmosphere is breathing oppor
tunity into their ears.
Energy, enthusiasm, pluck, determination
these are the requirements today!
Young men, if ever in your lifetime, rouse
yourself here and now.
Think end think, and then DO, This is
no time, no place for the laggard. Coos Bay
wants men, men who will say, "I will," and
WILL, strong men, men with courage, men
who will ; every time they are tripped light on
their feet again. Here we havo an empire
spread before us. Beautiful and fertile val-
Opportunity Never Does
leys, a majfcstic bar aud charming lakes, glori
ous mountains and river sconery, wonderful
forests, vast coal fields, mines of gold, silver,
copper, nickel, iron, clays, stone and what not.
Rivers, lalces and baj'S teeming with delicious
fish, including, on their banks, eveiy grain,
grass, fruit and vegetable known, also sunshine
and rain, mist enough of each not to disturb the
equitable condition of affairs. Yes, wo havo it;
wo are in possession of it an empire pregnant
with hidden resources and possibilities that
almost stagger tho imagination.
Here opportunity lies equally within tho
reach of all. jio power to see it is tho differ
ence in men. It is our business to lesson this
difference by presenting real estate bargains to
Time is tho chief worker in piling up Coos
Bay Real Estate. An investor hero does not
need extraordinary business sagacity. A com- (
parativoly small amount of cash mixed Avith
common sense and patience is sufficient.
Wo havo for sale choice business and resi
dence lots in North Bond, Marshfield and
Wo Buy and soil loti in overy platted ad
dition on Coos Bay.
We have good bargains in coal, timber,
tide and agriculture lands.
Also pleasant, summer resort locations.
Write what you want. We always
a f i.r
tm -mm i-)gHm&mm'inttiri: tttiiwix
r -iiiilirtifcjMr.to.ii W..Q1 &&te,
niTi'wiTtn in fl
"Am' ; v