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About The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957 | View This Issue
TIIE DAILY COOS BAT TIMES, MAHSIIFIiaD, OnEGOX, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1007.
feorge Hanscom of U. S. Navy Has
just Completed Construction of
HIRD FOR COAST
fourth Is to He Installed Iinmcdi-
. utcly In AlaRka by tlic
Georgo E. HanScom, in chargo of
ho equipment department of the
Jnlted States navy at Mare Island,
las Just returned from Cape Blanco,
vhere he has finished the construc-
lon of tho third wireless station on
he Pacific coast, at a cost to the gov-
rnment of $4G,000. Mr. Hanscom
iassed through Mnrshfleld on his
,ay to San Francisco, from which
ilace he will proceed to Alaska,
vhere the fourth wireless station on
he coast Is to be Installed by himself
:ind force of men.
Tho station just installed at Cape
lanco Is on the most westerly point
f the United States, and has been
constructed at a great cost on ac
count of the difficulty experienced In
securing supplies and having them
transported to the location of the
Station. The two masts that have
been erected at this station are 200
feet high, and cost $10,000 to erect.
The station has been left In the
hands of the operators and is in per
fect working order with the Mare
The instruments used at Capo
Blanco are tuned to 450 meters base
at present, ready ror ordinary use,
but are so arranged that when other
stations are working at the same
time they can be switched to the next
base, which is COO meters, thus en
abling more than two stations to
operate at the same time, without in
terference. Vessels off shore, and
equipped with wireless plants, can
communicate with the Blanco sta
tion, but at no time will the. stations
be used for commercial business,
navy department business alone be
In time of war the instruments
will be tuned to a secret base that no
one, outside the service, knows any
The wireless station will be con
nected by telephone with the Pacific
States Telephono company from Port
Orford Just as boom as the line can
be constructed. L. R. Robertson, lo
cal manager for tho Pacific States
Telephone company, intends to visit
the station In the near future.
Mr. Hanscom and party left over
land for Drain, from which place
they will go to San Francisco before
going to Alaska to Install the station
Apparently Indifferent to Gunte
nialft's Offer of Peace.
Mexico City, May 14. Guatemala
has receded from her position in tho
Lima matter and President Cabrera
expresses his willingness to have
General Lima, charged with com
plicity in the assassination of General
Barrlllas, tried in 'Guatemala. Mex
ico has replied coldly to all overtures.
Her last note Intimates that Ca
brera's offer has come too late.
III THE COURTS
Ruef Draws Small Crowd
San Francisco May 15. The first
day of the Ruef case with 12 Jury
men in the box brought only a small
attendance to Judge Dunne's court
room. Attorney Johnson for the
prosecution filed an affidavit for a
change of venue. After the affidavit
had been submitted"" the defendant
objected to this proceedure on the
grounds that the affidavit was not
filed In time and according to the
penal codeot the state. The court
overruled tho objection. Ach took
exception and gave notice that ho
would file a counter affidavit and
asked the court to adjourn. The ad
journment was granted. Judge
Dunne said tho trial must proceed
Cure Ootdaj Provonts Pnoumonln
We now have in stock a most beaut
iful display of dining room furniture.
Sideboards, tables, china cabinets, in
fact, everything to furnish your dining
room complete with the most artistic,
beautiful and durable furniture to be
C. A. JOHNSON
THE CITY OF
ON THE MAINLAND
In Full View of Marshfield
Plat B And North Bend
Where Rail and Sail Will Meet
It will pay you to inspect this New Townsite
One and one half miles water front.
150 acres tideland sites for mills and factories.
On deep water east channel of Coos River,
3000 platted lots size 25xJ20.
Streets 100 feet and 66 feet wide alleys 20 feet.
LOTS 35.00 TO $350.00
Take our launch,
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HE Coos' Bay Country is a field laden with
innumerable opportunities, Every man
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will. Yet, as always, men are blind blind
when the very atmosphere is breathing oppor
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c Energy, enthusiasm, pluck, determination
these are tho 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 wo have an empire
spread before us. Boautiful and fertile val
leys, a majestic bay and charming lakes, glori
ous mountains and river scenery, wonderful
forests, vast coal fields, mines of gold, silver,
copper, nickel, iron, clays, stone-and 'what not.
Rivers, lakes and bays teeming with delicious
fish, including, on their banks, every grain,
grass, fruit and vegetable known, also sunshine
and rain, just enough of each not to disturb tho
equitable condition of affairs. Yes, avo have it;
wo are in possession of it an empire pregnant
with hidden resources and possibilities that
almost stagger tho imagination
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