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THE MILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1007.
COOS BAY BRIEFS
Editorial Rooms - - - - 1 33 1
Business Office - - - - 1331
Following Is the list of those who
registered at the hotels DIanco and
Iilnnco Hotel. P. W. Allen, Baker
City; L. Sumerlln, Coquille; Mrs. T.
W. Trlplett, Bend; Mrs. P. N. Per
kins, Bandon; J. B. Howell, Grant's
Pass; W. W. Red, Seattle; A. M. Mc
intosh, Portland; J. V. Mllllgan, Port
land; 11 Ponton, Portland; It IX
Hume, Wedderburn.; J. D. Magee,
Ten Mile; V. IL Caughell, Weddor
burn. Central Hotel, Chas. B. Colevnan,
San Francisco; J. S. Middloton, Ba
kersneld; D. J. H. Knox, Portland;
Geo. II. McGreer, Portland.
Milk Won Htins Auiy. Pedes
trians in MarshfleW were regaled
with a bit of excitement that withal
had its humorous side when last
night the horse pulling the milk
wagon belonging to Mat Nemlo de
cided to "go through her licks" and
forthwith carried tho decision out to
-the letter. The decision was arrived
at while the horse and equipage were
In front of the McGinniss residence
on A street. Tho demonstration was
made down A street to the Presby
terian church, thence , south and
across the, C, street bridge, accom
panied the while by the merry bang-ity-baqg
of animated njllk cans. An
obstreperous barn put a sudden fluis
to what some of the more timid were
beginning to believe was a runaway.
Attends Convention. J. D. McNeil,
of the Marshfleld Chamber of Com
merce, will represent that body,, at
the convention of tho Willamette De
velopment League today, when that
body convenes in Cottage City. The
session of the Development League
will consume but one day and mat
"tors pertaining to Coos Bay will be
discussed. Of chief Interest will be
the address delivered by Mr. Louis
Barzee, of Roseburg, on the Douglas
Coos electric railroad. As stated be
fore, the Cottage Grove citizens are
deeply Interested in making an ex
tontlon to tho proposed Douglas-Coos
S. P. Progress. Judge J. F. Hall
returned yesterday from a week's,
business trip to Salem, where he" has,
been arguing cases In the Supreme1
Court. Mr. Hall says a gang of men
Is at work on one of the tunnels be
tween here and Drain, and he was
told that active work on the others
bad again begun; also that an addi
tional foroo would bo put on. He
noticed ft crew at work on tho tun
nel near the Elk Creek bridge, and
the driver said the force was a large
tone. No grading crews are at work,
although it Is reported the new con
tractor wll employ several hundred
men this summer.
Cliamiimdo Picnic. The Chami
nado Club picnic party returned from
the beach yesterday morning after
an all-night outing, a little the worse
for sleep, but withal happy, and satis
fled that the excursion was the most
successful ever given by the club.
There were thirty-two In tho party
that left Marshfleld Monday after
noon on tho Fish. Immediately on
arrival at their destination the mem
bers of the crowd built a bonfire and
bad supper, after which the evening
was spent In playing games, singing,
and the like.
Brick Plant Progresses. M. A.
Sweetman, the real estate man, re
cently made a trip to the D. A. Utter
brick plant up Coal Bank Slough and
reports that the plant is making good
progress. Tho manufacture of brlok
will be carried on at this plant on an
extended scale. Thirty thousand
bricks are now In readiness to go in
tho kllnB to bo burned. Mr. Utter
Bays ho will bo ablo to turn out a
brick that can bo utilized success
fully for street paving.
!Latc James Fielder. The body of
the late James Fielder, who was
killed Saturday on tho Coos Bay,
Hosoburg and Eastern Railroad was
burled yesterday afternoon from the
Johnson undertaking parlors. Tho
services at tho chapel took place at
2:30 in tho presenco of tho members
of tho Rodmen and Eagles, both of
which lodges nttonded In a body.
The Redmen had charge of the ser
vices at tho cemetery, Rev. D. W.
Thurston officiating at tho parlors.
Casco Late. The Casco has not
been heard of since she left San Fran
cisco last week with part of the cargo
from the steamer Plant. It is sup
posed she had to put in at Port Or
ford on account of the heavy fog at
Goes to Asylum The attendants
of the Oregon Insane Asylum will ar
rive by stage today from Salem to
take Jacob H. White to the institu
tion. White was committed to the
asylum from Curry county, where he
lived near Elk River.
Alice McLaln Returns. Miss Alice
McLain, who has been attending the
convent at Portland the past school
year, &fta returned homo for tha sum
iTftrf.- Fishcrmeiv Frank Lftmber
ton, Bert Dlmmick and Blaine Derv
eru left yesterday for Ten Mile for a
ftanlng trip of several das' fluration.
1'i.uit Duo ,rimirfuy. The steamer
M. F. Plant wll arrive from San Fran
i, LOCAL AVEATUEIt.
6 p. m GG
Wind N. W., Clear
J 4 J J " J
Well Known Marshfield Men Put
Up Money On His Two Thous
and Dollar Bond
Will Now Remarry Her Former Hus
band Edward Samuel Gordon
For Pure Love
Mrs. Mathilda Knskl's Mental Condi
tion Investigated In Justice
John Kelly, who some weeks ago
shot and killed William Wearn, and
who was placed under a $2,000 bond
to await the action of the September
term of court, was allowed to leave
the county jail at Coqullle, when the
following ten citizens of Marshfleld
went his bond Pat Honessey, D. J.
Rees, W. P. Murphy, Hugh McLaln,
John Wall, Edward Donnelly, Clay
A. Moore, John Flanagan, Emerson
Ferry and Taylor Siglln.
Kelly Is at work flt Libby, notwith
standing a report current yesterday
afternoon to the effect that he had
An investigation conducted laBt
evening in Justice Pennock's court
to examine the sanity of Mrs. Math
ilda Kaski resulted in letting her
continue at large as In tho past.
Tho complaints registered against the
woman were seemingly without
It Is claimed she has, at various
times, endeavored to do damage to
somo of the residences in Marshfleld.
The last disturbance was on Sunday
night, when she created quite a bit of
excltment In the neighborhood of
Broadway and B streets.
IN COOS COUNTY.
THE DAILY COOS BAY
TIMES WANTS TO PLACE A
GOOD RELIABLE CORRE-
SPONDENT IN EVERY TOWN
AND COMMUNITY IN COOS
COUNTY. EQUIPMENT COM-
ING ON THE NEXT STEAMER
PLANT WILL ENABLE THE
PAPER TO THEREAFTER AP-
PEAR AS AN EIGHT AND
TWELVE PAGE PAPER DAILY.
LIBERAL TERMS WILL BE
MADE TO APPLICANTS SE-
LECTED. THE WORK IS
LIGHT AND WILL REQUIRE
BUT A FEW HOURS EACH
DAY. WRITE NOW.
COOS BAY TIMES,
,$, .j, .j. .j. .. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.
I WANT TO INVEST $100,000.00
In Coos County Ranches, Farms, Conl and Timber Lands, Homestead and
Timber Cliitms, Improved and Unimproved City and Town Properties.
I will deal only with owners. No ngents. GIVE IX DETAIL FULL
PARTICULARS ns to location, liiipro omenta, LOWEST CASH PRICE,
etc., or NO ATTENTION will b0 given your nnswers. If I desiro your
property at YOU1 PRICE, I will call on you.
Address "Investor" Care Daily Times
Has rtgared in Counterfeiting and
Alfco hi Perpetration of Duiuuiy
Mtes Berth Lerch, better l;mmn hi
North Bend as Mrs. Gordon, once
more occupies the oentcr in tho
blinding calcium of tho ne-wMpniw
limelight. According to" tho Port
land Journal she is at Isv-t to marry
E. S. Gordon. A wook hgo Mtes
Lerch received a decree of divorce
from Gordon, carrying with it a judg
ment for ?G,000. She says that tho
money has '.not satisfied her and that
she will never be happy until sho is
really and truly Gordon's wife.
Miss Lerch, as Mrs. Gordon, was
nrrsted at the Portland hotel in Port
land last November on the charge of
counterfeiting. A complete outfit
was found in her apartments. Later
she was. tried In San .Francisco on the
chafce of Jfortisrv. and altocetner
therefe maiiy ldetaiIs'of ronlance
cannectgiwlth her.and Gordon, One
of the! fiv3st consiJiCNOus elements, is
(he "dummy" wedding she performed
in Vancouver, Washington, when she
married a man personating E. S. Gor
don, "of C003 ' county, Oregon,
whom she is in reality to marry.
She has been a prominent figure on
the streets of this city in the past few
weeks. Yesterday she spent most of
the day with Attorneys Dimick &
Dlmick. She stated that she was per
fectly satisfied with the divorce she
received In the local court and
thought that with the ?6,000 she
could get along for a short time at
When asked how long this short
time meant she said that she would
again be married in a couplo of
weeks, more or less, to a man named
S. S. Gordon. Miss Lerch spoke
freely of the case and said that Gor
don was the only man sho could
really love. j"
She said she would leave Portland
in a few days for Coos Bay, where
she would sell considerable of the
property awarded to her by the di
vorce and would then settle down In
her home for a quiet, peaceful life."
Beforo she left she stated that she
loved Gordon with all bis faults, and
that there would very soon be more
for the newspapers to talk about.
Miss Lerch is a conspicuous figure in
this city. She visited many of tho re
sorts about the city yesterday and
seemed in tho best of spirits, stating
many tlmbs that sho and Gordon
would again bo married in a fow
BERWICK COMES IN
Gasoline Schooner Suffers Delay In
Portland Securing Engineers
Brings Bricks and Bucks
R. D. Hume's gasoline schooner
Berwick arrived in port la3t evening
from Portland, where, sho has been
detained tho past two weeks for lack
of engineers. The boat has a cargo
of 3G.000 brick for tho C. A. Smith
Lumber and Manufacturing Com
pany, in addition to twenty registered
bucks consigned to Mr. 1 1 unite at
Wedderburn and otiior ft eight con
sisting of general mcrchandibc for
Roguo rivor points. A largo ship
ment of tin plato for the Hiimfl ou
lucry will be taken from thte poit
in place of tho brick to bo unloaded.
Mr. Hume was a pnsseagar on tho
(boat to Coos Bay, but will go over
1 land from hero to Port Orford, where
he will again take tho boat, continu
ing on to Wedderburn. The schoon
er left Astoria Monday morning at 9
in his resignation to Mayor Straw,
who will call a meeting of tho body
in a fow days for tho purpose of
appointing somo ono to fill tho va
cancy. Mr. Douglas gives as his rea
son for resigning tho lncreaso In his
prlvnto business, whlcii, deprives him
of tho time necessary to look after
tho people's interests in tho council.
Following the appointment of a
man to take Mr. Douglas' plnco it
will bo necessary for two-thirds of tho
councllmcn to vote In favor of tho
San Francisco, j- '
irrnn.l 4it i.
o-... j u J I1I1H I-M....1 .
against Rudolph Schmlt!
Kyle, cnrmnti .t . a"a Jot.
. ., ..uu ueoree p.,
a teamster who partlclnVi V
attack with loaded i,Ved 1q
volvers on tho street car man4
RELEASE IS KXIM'vq,.
St. Louis, Juno 25 ti, n. " I
Nationals lmvn an , BOt-Lot!l
Burnett of tho Tacoma tJam,
oLuiuu ins reicaso cost $2,250
U. Douglas Says That Private
Business Affairs AVIII Require1
V 2- " '
J W. U. Dquglas, whp for the(fpast
I two years and' a half has'be'en'a'mem-
ber of the, city council, yesterday sent
We Want io Bray Some
Qmi' Cedar Mes
One 001 Russell UoiU-r with full front.
One 1S20 Russell Automatic Huqinc.
One 35 k. w. Thompson Vutcrjuitiiig DfiininollOO" volt, 123 cycle
One .() k, w. Thompson Alternating Dyiuunp, 11 00 olt, 125
All the aboii machinery Is llrst class and in good running ord
It Is being taken out of our central station' by reason of its bji ,
too small for our requirements.
TW Coos Bay Gas and Electric Co.
Ladies, and Gents
Are the best, kinds of
The Coos Bay
Gas & Electric
Are yon a man who- ap-
If you are, you can come
here expecting to see many
suits to interest you in our
tremendous and varied Btoek
of spic-and-span new clothing
for Spring and Summer,
which in style, quality and
assortment is on a par with
at within-reason pricey?
that shown by the leading clothing establishments
of New York City. If you haven't been in this
Spring to 'see the splendid values we offer in '
you shouldn't delay coming another day. You
can't find the equal of this celebrate.1 clothing
anywhere in town under a third more than we ask.
Of strictly high-grade, dependable materials, fault
less in cut and tailoring and up-to-the-minute in
advanced fashion, you can make a selection of any
suit at $12 to $30 with every assurance of perma
nent satisfaction and that you got the best value
obtainable at the price you paid.
Your inspection is especially requested of our
Spring sack suits at $15
We ask you to judge these suits by the $18 and
$20 standards of other stores as far a,s fhe quality is
concerned, and for style, workmanship and finiah, with to-measure-ma.de suits
costing $30 or more. Do this and you will surely purchase one of these, suits at
$15 in newest patterned worsteds, cheviots and cassimeres in the fashionable
gray, blue and brownish tones.
Smart Spring Suits for Boys, $2.50 to $12
Clothes made of tested fabrics in handsome patterns, strongly tailored to
resistTwear and hold their shapeliness permanently values that sell elsewhoro
at $3.50 to $15, here in a great assortment of attractive models at $2.50 to $12.
L. A. FREY
Do not risk havto
not Bright' Dlsea
3r. or Diabetes.
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