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TOE DAILY COOS BAT TIMES,
SATtTWAV, MAY 25, 100
San Francisco's Big Employers Meet
and Dedda to Make '
Peace Overtures i
todar by the United Railroads ac-j
cording to the officials of the com-j
pany. This Is the scale which Pres-
Ident Calhoun proposes to pay non-;
union employes 'with which he de- i
clares he will here after operate his
cars. The old scale was 31 to 33
cenU per hour.
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SOME WOULD HGHT
Declare Kxhorbilant Union Demands
Kill Profits United Railroads
Xew AVagt Schedule.
ARRIVE ON BAY
Attend Meeting Marhfield Chamber
Of Commerce And Annoucc
That $107,000 Is Raised
, WANTED. CrUd family iVrse; bay
mare preirrva. r. .. yuiaen.
WANTED. To rent two or more i
rooms for hou&keping. furnished
for man and wife. P. O. Box 3SS.
FOR RENT-JSlx room hoyse on Pine
street. Induire Inkfce re
WANTED Young lady for clerk.
Apply local telephdnoffice. L. R.
San Francisco, May 23 The pre-;
cipitation a fearful Industrial strug
gle In this city In throwing down
the gauntlet to the trades unions
by declaring a gigantic lock out of
thousands of building craftsmen en
gaged in the work of rehabiliting San
Francisco for a long time hung in the
balance yesterday at a meeting of
the principal builders and contract
ors and representatives of the man
ufacturers. Several speakers declared
the only solution of the continual?
industrial strife in San Francisco
was "Open Shop" and urged imraed-j
ate war upon the unions and a ftsht
to a finish without quarterly ees it
ion of all building operations until
employes would be glad to retun
to work at wages which builders
and contractors could pay without
loss to themselves.
Agitor and the exorbitant demands
of the unions it was asserted was
the cause for the present conditions
In San Francisco and the only way
to secure industrial peace was to
break the backbone of the unionism.
Other speakers wHa equal vigor op
posed such radical action and more;
HOLD JOINT MEETING
Will Sleet To Consider Plans
For Rai-ing Money.
The Roseburg electric road com
mute arrived in Marshfield yester
day afternoon. Some of the mem
bers came via Portland and the
others came overland by stage.
The electric road committees form
North Bend, Marshfield, Coqullle
Myrtl Point and Roseburg will meet
this evening for the purpose of ar
ranging plans raise the money neces
sary to build a portion of the road
between the bay sad Roseburg. The
Roseburg committee was present last
evening at the Chamber of Commerce
meeting and announced that the sum
of $17,0 had been raised in that
city in a short time.
WANTED. An apprentice to learn
the trade. Northfalid Cigar Man
WANTED Two gfrls for operators
ill IUC jituauiEiuciciiuuuc uiui
Pacific TelephrfSe Go.
NOTICE. V-Those having
stored Ait theCentr
pleas- VH fof sinwf by j
It wilf bi sold.
une l or
ON THE MAI
FOR RENX Rooms In. the Rogers
building; suitAs oisingly. Apply
. C. Jtogers. bcamer Coos River,
r eo. HallA street.
MUSIC Secure the Irish Orchestra
ffr high grade mdslc on any occa
sion. McDeJ; conductor and
of labor organisations and notated
the situation. They lead for the rights j Tower's
conciliatory tactics ia dealing with I attend nv
out the possible results of such a
tremendous struggle between capital
and labor. The conservatives fiai
nally won and sueceded in having!
a resolution adopted calling for an t
appointment of a coasmittee of five TO SUBSCRIBERS. ',
Oid ex-ty b. and Confederate vet
eraas are requested to vaXxf. ia Ut.
ice Sunday at IO 30
rial services in he Pres
W.XE. Thorpe. Oommander
WANTED A no. 1
dairy hand with fanVl;
charge of dairy. Good1
also pay 140 per mon
for an assistant, martfa
and furnlsAXa good ho
with famnyA E. U
V roods for i
rerv. Aoaress j
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good arni and j
rf to lakef
images. WU1 ,
tAAmd board. I
fl or sincie
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use tor man
uoos0 o-ib j .
FOR RENT. A firroom house;
good furnltureor sale; to be va
cated by 1st IA July. Phone 1194.
Sir. G. T. Holtzclaw, South Marsh-
SALE 10 acres commanding
ouarter mile ofwater front on
ship channiln Coos Bay at a bar
gain. Seep'Title Guarantee &. Ab
stract Co. 2-5-tf
Ir Full? View of Morshfiekl
Plat R And Notb Uentt
Where Rainmd Sm Wfll Meet
it -nrJlI nav vnft to insbectthis New Town:f.
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0 nA ruie half rrrfles 'water front.
J 50 acres tideland'sites tor mfUsand tactortes.
On deep" water-ast channel dfoos River.
3000 platted lots size 25x10.
Streets J 00 fee and 66 feet wide aDevs 20 feet,
LOTS 35.00 TO $350.00
Take our launch.
Coos Bay Townsite Co.
N. F. THRONE, Sec., Marshfield, Ore.
OfficeOpposlte Central Hotel - Marshfield, Oregon
FOR RENT. Two
nd wife in W
to. Fred Johason,
V " i ii fj
FOR SALE OR RENT. A four-room ' pnR SADE Twelve acres af land on
house and f cfpffore for sale. See Coo3 riv-. One accill land and
Dr. Love of Jorfh Bend. Ore. wst bottoio laidXanimproved. For
or a lad
;; good wa;
. J).f care Tim
address Z 67
3Ien to work
a day an
FOR SALE. 62 acres fi
land. J acres already
2 acres Yxod bottom land
, acre. JrAtob Mattson, N
, Half caihXand remaind
WILSON & THOMAS
representing the builders and con
tractors to confer with the unions
with a view of securing peace for
at least one year.
A wage scale of 25 to 33 cents
an hour according to the length of
service is a new scale put into effect
The Times will not be up to
the usual standard for a few
days owing to lack of men ia
the mechanical department.
Office fixtures a stveciayy.
Lii"Orf !,-- Finnts P-ruintprc
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SnUving. Let us wor: oa roar plan;, see ps'k
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Shop opposite Bear's Lh-ery StaWe,N'orth froni Street
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
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And Look as Well as Your Friend
Mas Just Paid the Tailor
Then Call At MERCHANT
One of Thdse Hart chaffnerand Marx's Fine
BRSe9 and Purchase
Every suit is guaranteed inivorkmanship
fit and materialAny suit not coming
up to ourguarantee can be returned and
purchase price freely refunded.
Big assortment, of Monarch and Cluett
shirts. College brand hats. Gautner and
Matterns also Coopers fine underwear for
men. Necbvear. Banister, Nettleton
CrGssett shoesxfoi men.
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