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Captain of Schooner Berwick Has
Difficulty In Securing Engineer
To Handle Engine.
CAUSES WEEK'S DELAY
Feared That Another Long Delay
Will Ensue fur Lack of a
P. A. KILIIURN ARRIVES.
Engineers on tho gasoltne schooner
Berwick, Captain Jacobson, walkoO
ashore Saturday morning as soon as
tho craft had made fast at the dock
of the Independence Coal company
at Portland. On her formor trip me
men in the engine-room qua nnd she
tad to remain in port about a week
waiting for the vacancies to be lllled.
It is feared that she will be put to
a long delay on this occasion before
other men can be employed.
"It Is hard to get engineers who
know how to operate the gasoline
plant on the Berwick," said Caplnin
Jacobson. "I have oqnrlmcntJd
with a number of llcensd men and
they have failed to ?ive anything
like satisfaction. Tho ordliinry en
gineer does not know much about n.
One of the great complaints found
Vflth the Berwick Is that she is slow. !
She Brings n Cargo of Scvcnty-flvc
Tons to This Tort.
The steamer F. A. Kllburn arrived
yesterday from Portland with a 75
ton cargo of general freight and a
full passenger list. She will leave
this port at 1 o'clock today with a
cargo consisting of 65 tons of sacked
coal and about 50 cases of butter for
Eureka. Following is the list of pas
sengers who arrived on her:
F. J. Hayes, L. W. Planz, Miss J.
Slevier, Mrs. M. White, J. R. Barr,
C. M. Young, L. K. Wright, B. F.
Sudlatt, J. McPherson, William Bolo,
A. Pounder, John Veltln, Mrs. Veltln
and family, D. T. Long, J. H. Mull
and family, H. C. Harrison, H. Find
ley, P. A. Sandberg, Mrs. F. A.
Palmer, J. W. Rhodes, D. C. En
gland, Miss B. L. Bates, C. T. Rob
arts, N. C. Dodge, J. Q. Gage, E. Wil
lard, S. Park and family, O. W. Ovl
att, E. C. Drosch and wife, E. A.
Schultz and family, J. F. Moore,
A. Devers and wife, W. McCally, I.
Wheeler, Miss H. Teamer, J.
Conro, E. Schneider, C. M. Gage.
Intoxicated, He Walks Into Hole In
Smith's Dock And Falls
SHOUTS BRING HELP
Saves Himself From Death Only by
Clutching Ends of Boards
Brings Telephone Instruments.
The steamer F. A. Kllburn brought
In a shipment from Portland yester
day of eighty telephone Instruments
for the Pacific States Telephone com
pany, to be used In this city, for
which the local management has
been waiting for some weeks. Sev
eral patrons of the company have
been without phones on account of a
lack of Instruments.
Kilburii Passes Inspection.
Captain McLellan of the steamer
F. A. Kllburn stated yesterday that
the vessel passed a fine Inspection
She requires about 24 hours to go tip I wh,,e, at Port "e last trip. The
vconci nas lieu UJJ IUUI UUyS WI1UG
In ail other '
thft rivnr frnm Asfnrln
respects, however, It Is claimed that ! beIns ,nsI)ected-
the schooner gives the best of aris
faction. She Is a big carrier for her
dimensions, and It is s.ild that no
craft on the coast Is moro seaworthy.
In tho storm that wrecked tho gaso
line schooner Bessie K. and di owned
her entire crew the Reiwlck got
along splendidly and shipped but
little water. Tho sai'oiv declare
that they would rather ho cut In a
The schooner Compeer arrived
from the south yesterday to load
lumber. She will receive a cargo
from one of the Coqullle river mills.
The steamer Breakwater will leave
San Francisco Wednesday afternoon
storm on the Berwick thin on almost at 4 o'clock, and 13 billed to sail from
any other vessel operating out
of this or any other port in the coast
WANG-HO BECOMES UNRULY.
here at 3 p. m. Saturday.
What bordered on a tragedy oc
curred on MarBhfleld's water front
when Mr. Barkelcna, commonly
known as "Buskle," stepped through
a hole in Smith's floating wharf north
of the coal bunkers and sayed him
self from a watery grave only by
holding on to the edge of the boards
with his fingers while his body with
the exception of his head was en
tirely submerged in the water.
"Buskle" is a rancher living up
Catching slough, and came to Marsh
field Sunday with the full intention
of cornering the whisky supply. He
was very groggy when he attempted
to walk across the floating dock to
where his boat was tied. The hole
he fell through was about three feet
square, and had been made for a pile.
"Buskle" did not see the hole, and
was precipitated Into the cool waters
of the bay so abruptly that he is said
to have been completely sobered.
When he came In contact with the
water he began to yell, and his shouts
attracted the attention of L. C.
Darkee and Joe Lapp, who Immedi
ately ran to the scene and extricated
the man from his perilous position.
Marshal Carter took him in tow and
piloted him to the Nutwood saloon,
where he was dried out.
Breaks Loose While Being Towed
Over the Bar.
captain McLellan of the F. A. Kil- Tue., 14,
hum reported yesterday having seenWed., 15
tho Wang-ho, a Chinese warship Thu., 10
which was being taken In over the.Frl., 17.
Columbia bar by the steam schooner Sat., 18.
euuui way Sunday morning. While Sun., 19
helng taken over the bar the Wang
lio shipped a heavy sea, wrecking
part of her deck aft and breaking her
loose from tho schooner. After
breaking loose the Wang-ho drifted Tue.. 14
to sea, but was secured and taken in! Wed., 15.
oyer the bar. Thu., 1G.
The Wang-ho Is supposed to bo Fri., 17..
soveral hundred years old, andMias 'Sat., 18.,
been used In San Francisco to show ' Sun., 19.
sight-seers, charging each who went'Mon., 20.
aboard 25 cents
Tho following tablo shows the
high and low tides at Empire for
each day during tho coming week:
Sandberg, Late of Baker
Arrived on the Kllburn
h. m. Foot
h. m. Foot
She will be put to To And the tide hour at othnr
tho same uso at Portland. The ves- Coos Bay points, fijruro as folio-
sol was taken from Santiago to San At tho bar, -0.43; at North Bend, add
years ago. She 0.40: at Marshfleld. add 1 ki- nh
Mllllngton, add 2.15.
P. A. Sandberg, city engineer for
Marshfleld, ai rived yesterday on the
Kllburn and will Immediately begin
on his new duties.
Mr. Sandberg has had an extensive
experience in every phase of engi
neering work. He was in the gov
ernment service from 1887 to 1888,
and has also been Identified with
railroad survey work, having laid out
the Republic-Grand Forks road from
Grand Forks, Canada to republic,
Washington. Mr. Sandberg was also
assistant city engineer at Spokane,
and for the past Ave years has been
In entire charge of the city wprk at
He will have complete supervision
of the city work in Marshfleld, which
means the sewers, streets and other
matters that may come up. The
streets that are requiring attention
will probably be attended to before
sailed over to Santiago from China
With The Sick
Mrs. Lawlor Improves.
Mrs. Lawlor's condition was much
Improved yesterday according to re
ports from tho hospital, where she
has been for tho past few days.
, Mrs. D. Haynes, of Emplro, was
taken to the Mercy hospital yesterday
In order that an operation can bo
performed this forenoon.
L. A. Frey Sick.
- L. A. Frey, of North Bend, was
taken to tho Morcy hospital yester
day seriously ill,
1" Has RhcumntiKiii.
, Georgo A. Clarko was taken to tno
Mercy hospital yesterday from Frank
Boutin's camp. Ho has a bad case
of nculo rheumatism.
ft Is Recovering.
I D. Krlotzor, who has been 111 for
the past week with Inflammatory
ijhoumatlsm, was nblo to bo out yes
terday. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Furnished by tho Title Guaranteo
and Abstract company, Henry Soug
, O. 0. Gllkoy, by sheriff, to C. M.
Skeels, parcel In original town of Co
ulllo; $4.50,' f ' " '
f Patrick Hennessey, to J. C. Beat
Uo, lot 8, block 40, North Bend; $10.
United States, to Lewis G. Baker,
N. half of S. W. quarter, W. half of
S. E. quarter, section 20, township
30, R. 11.
United States, to Julius Johnson,
N. E. quarter, section 30, township
25, R. 10.
Melissa C. Farmer, to J. F. Hamil
ton, S. W. quarter, section 10, town
ship 28, R. 9; $2,450.
Abraham Vanzile, to Coos Bay
Tide Land Co., tide land in section
25, township 25, R. 13, and sections
19 and 30, township 25, R. 12; 1.
C. S. Wlnsor, to Coos Bay Tide
Land Co., tide land In sections 15 and
22, township 25, Range 13; $1.
W. S. McFarland, to Alva Doll,
81 lots In Azalea Park addition to
M. J. McDonald, to Alice Mc
Donald, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
10, 11 and 12, block 35, Elliott's
addition to Coqulllo; also half in
terest In N. W. quarter and S. W.
quarter, section 14, township 27, R.
ORGANIZE BALL TEAM.
North Bend School Boys Aro Prac
ticing. Baseball has been taken un in
earnest by tho North Bend duuIIb.
and a team is being organized which
will challongo all comers. Thq boys
met last night in a practice gamo
with tho team from tho Marshfleld
school, and both teams made an ex
SECOND ANNUAL CONCERT
Chainlnado Club Preparing Musical
The members of the Chaminado
club are making preparations to give
one of the best musical programs of
the season Wednesday, Juno 5, at
which time their second annual con
cert Is to bo given In the Masonic
opera house. Rehearsals have been
held twice a week for tho past month
and will continue until tho night of
m tho olen with
iter using A
IN ITS PREPARATION.
only in wealed 4-pound pact
. rfUur (lanitv llltiufmtdi luinl.-l.it
containing recipes, frcf for liostah
giving tho name of your grocer and
youriown auurcsH. 1
The Portland flouring
PORTLAND, pREG ON.
Speaks Highly of the Cc-Opcmtlon
Which Met the Efforts Made
Orvllle Dodge, editor of the Co
qullle Valley Sentinel, and who has
been in Washington since the latter
part of last November, has arrived
on Coos Bay on his way home.
Mr. Dodge In an Interview yester
day spoke highly of the co-operation
given himself and Peter Loggle by
Oregon's representatives in Washing
ton. All with whom they came in
contact seemed to realize that tho
Coos Bay country, 3,000 miles away,
In sending representatives to Wash
ington, had Interests worthy of co
operative measures, and acted ac
cordingly. Mr. Dodge will attend a
meeting of the North Bend Chamber
of Commerce in the near future, and
with Mr. Loggle will tell the mem
bers of the work accomplished while
Mr. Dodgo has been detained
some weeks by the trial of Binger
Hermann, for which he was sub
poenaed as a witness. He states that
the popular sentiment In Washington
Is with Hermann, and that there is a
feeling that ho Is being persecuted.
Say Thirty Miles of Line Will Be
Built Before Summer Ends.
That the citizens of Roseburg do
things when they start, is evidenced
by the fact that the committee of
five appointed In that city a short
time ago has raised $100,000 for tho
new electric road which It Is pro
posed to build between Coos Bay and
Roseburg. The committee raised
$60,000 among six men In Roseburg,
and were assured of tho balance of
the $100,000 yesterday.
The plan of the committee is to
come to Marshfleld In a few days and
meet the committees from Marsh
fleld, North Bend, Myrtle Point,' Ban-
don and Coqullle, at which time ac-j
tive steps will be taken In shaping
the course of the progress to be
made. The people of Roseburg state
that thirty miles of the electric line
can be constructed from that end be
fore the season closes.
Quotations aro as follows:
Flour Per sack, $1.10 to $1.50.
Potatoes Per lb., 2 to 3c.
Cabbage Per lb., 6 to 6c.
Cauliflower Per head, 10 and 15c
Honoy Per box, 20; S for 50c.
Onions Per lb., 5c.
Buttor Creamery, 40c; dairy, 35c
Boiled cider, per quart, 30c
Asparagus ljilbs for 25c
Rhubarb 3 lbs. for 2 Be
Butter Per 24 ounce square, BKc.
Country eggs Per dottm, 25c
Hens Dressed, 880 lb.
Chickens Frys, dressed, 26c lb.
Crabs $1 per dozen.
Bteelhead salmon Per lb, 8, 9 and
Flounders, Por lb., 6c.
Horrlng Per 2-galloa buckot, 50c
Cloaned dams Por quart, 20c
Emplro Claras Per baoket, 50c
8lrloln steak 'Per lb., 12 to 15c
Boiling Por lb., 5c to 8c
Veal 8tow, per lb., 8c; cutlets,
10c to 12 c.
Porterhouse steak Per- lb., 12 c
Round steak Per lb., 10c.
Chuck steak Por lb., 10c.
Prime rib roast Per lb., 12 c
Mutton Roasts, per lb., 12 c to
15c; chops, 12Vc to 15c; stow, 10c
Pork Per pound, 12 to 15c
Lard 6-lbs., 75c; 10 lbs., $1.50
Pickled pig's feet Per lb., 10c.
Bacon Per lb., 16 to 25e.
Hamburger steak Por lb., 10c.
Sausage Per lb., 10c.
Bologna Per lb., 10c; 3 for 25c
Salmon (salt) Per lb., 6c.
Brains Per lb., 15c; 2 for 25c
Plcklod pork Per, lb., 12 c.
Corned beef Per lb., 7c
Wienerwurst Por lb., 12 c.
Lamb's tongues 6 for 25c
Fruits nnd Nuts.
Apples Per lb., 10c
Oocoanuta Each, 10c
Walnuts Per lb., 25c.
Almonds Por lb., 20c to 30c.
Lomons Por dozen, 20c to 30c
Bananas Per dozen, 35o.
Oranges Pordozcn, 30 to GOc, ac
eordlng to size.
Raisins London layors, por 15
30c to 30c; Booded, por 12-oz. pkg"
12 c; 16-oz. pkg,, 15c '
CurraHtB Clean, per 12-oz. pw
13-H; 16-oz. pkg., 16c "'
Citron Per lb., 36c.
Orange peel per lb., 26c
LomoH peel Por lb., 25c.
LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKET,
Following Is a list of wholesale
prices as seen on tho local market'
Oat and wheat hay $15 to (25
Chickens, spring 1-Ue
Duoks 50c to 750
Sheop $3.00 to J5.00
Veal oalvos 52.75
Beef, steers $2,5
Beef, cows $2.0tt
for children; safe, Jure.
II. E. Schubert, who has been on
Coos Bay for some time, has depart
ed for San Francisco by way of
Judge Pounder, of Coqullle, has
returned homo after a visit to Portland.
Liverpool, May 11. May Nyheat
Now York, May 11. Lead, $G
$6.05; copper,. $24.75 $25.50; sil
Chicago, May 11. May wheat
opened 87 c, closed 8914c; July
wheat opened 8889c, closed
9191c; barley, 78Slc; l!ax,
$1.201.27; northwester 1 llax,,
San Francisco, May 11. Wheat,
btiong at $1.301.40
Portland, May 11. Wheat Club,
80Slc; bluestem, 8381c; red, 7$
7Cc; valley, 80c
Tacoma, May 11. Wheat Blue-
stem, 81c; club, 79c; red, 76c.
HOLD SPECIAL MEETING.
There will bo a meeting of Baker
post No. 8, G. A. R held In old Ma
sonic hall In Marshfleld Tuesday, May
14, at 1:30 p. m to perfect arrange
ments for the observance of Memorial
day, and other business. A full at
tendance of tho comrades Is earnestly
requested. After 2:30 the doors will
be open for anyone Interested.
W. E. THORP, Commander.
e Sell The Earth
We no have the portions of it
which $111 interest you most,
If youfail to secure your share
it. will not, be ooir fault.
Bay Park, Millington, and
Bay Park "The clostest and
most sheltered district
for factory men" - -
illington The busiest an
most beautiful suburb
on Coos Bay - -- -
Railroad Addition Speaks for
useu uy growtn ana
increase in values
I S. Kaufman ($b Co.
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