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THE DAILY COOS BAY timcq- marqhfifi n. nRFfiffltt. SUNDAY. JULY U, 1907.
Building Site Has Been Pur
chased at Corner of
C and Second.
Slbson, of Seattle, Salrt to He Heavily
A now modern hotel 13 assured
Mnrshnolcl, and building operations
will commence at once, it is given
out that a site has been secured at
tho corner of C and Second streets
and tho flnancinc of the enterpilso
will be completed next Monday.
hour. He remembered having soon
the man walking along the track Fri
day evoning as his train camo in to
Dr. Straw was called to establish
tho cause of death. Ho had exam
ined the body and gave it as ins
opinion that death had been caused
by Internal hemorrhage. Tho body
showed marks of violence, several
ribs having been broken.
03car Shoup, rear brakeman, was
tho fouith witness. He ran ahead
when the. train was stopped to in
quire the cause of delay and was told
the englno had struck a man. The
body was found and ho was left in
charge of It. Ho had no knowledge
of the accident, except what ho was
told. When ho first saw the body it
was lying on lis right side with the
head on u tie next to tho rails. Shoup
did not believe the train had run over
the victim. He stated that the head
brakeman told him the appearance
was that the man had come from un
der tno bridge and gone onto tho
The inquest was dismissed until
7:30 In the evening here, 'to allow
other witnesses to be called.
The evening session was not con
vened until S:30, owing to lateness
not acting unnatural.
Some of the trainmen on other
trains wero seen and questioned re
garding what they knew of the man's
wanderings. Wm. Cox, engineer on
No. 5, met Kelly as his train was
coming from the south at Bridge C,
and Kelly just got out of reach as tho
englno passed him. Wm. McClure,
fireman on No. 2, saw 'Kelly at Bridge
8 and this train came near catching
him. Tho crew of No. 4 saw him as
far out as tho 12-mlIo post, and the
pilot brushed his clothing as he
stopped from the track. Tho train
men wero frightened all along the
routo by tho careless way Kelly was
traveling, and upon comparing notes,
all agreed thoy hnd nearly caught
Tho body is being embalmed by T.
J. Lewis at the Johnson undertaking
rooms and will bo shipped on tho
Alliance this afternoon for Minne
apolis for burial.
MANSFIELD IS 11KCOVK1UXO.
New York, July 13. Richard
Mansfield, the actor, who has been
seriously ill, In a letter to friends
in this city from Sussex, England,
announced that ho was well on the
road to recovery, but ho confirmed
recent statements that ho would not
act this year, sayfng ho would obey
physicians' orders and nvoid all ex
ertion and excitement. "I am get
ting on very well Indeed, and hope
soon to bo my old self again," he
wrote. "I hope to be bnck in tho In
United States In tho lato autumn and
I expect to bo able to act next season."
STOM3.V I1Y PICKPOCKETS.
New York, July 13. H. J. Wil
son, tho messenger of tho First Na
tional Bank, who disappeared sev
eral weeks ago, collecting $31,000 in
checks and $1700 in cash, has ap
peared before representatives of ttie
bank and tho company which was
on his bond and explained to them
detail lio.v he lost tno imnis. a
nronorty. Wilson wns induced by
friends who believed In his honesty
to emerge from his conccnlment and
toll his sotry.
Wilson claims his collections wero
stolon by a pickpocket.
GHEAT RUSSIAN STRUCK.
Kiev, Russia, July 13. A big
strike of agricultural laborers Is
being prepared. Tho Governor
threatens to hnvo recourse to military
force If necessary to moot tho situation.
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as Is needful, Is the man who will be
most heavily interested In the hotel.
Further details aro not released, but
ffne or two days will witness com
pletion of the plans.
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south of Marshfiold at 0 o'clock Fri
James Boone, engineer on the
. i ...I.Ul. l.Ml1,1 T11. ii.no nrvt
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i r!fillffl. Ho was unable to kIvo any
information further than tho fact
that ho had been signaled to stop by
tno brakeman who v-is on the Inside
of the curve, and thus enabled to see
the dangerous position of Kelly as tho
trnijuapproached. Tho distance from
'Marshfiold whore tho accident oc
curred, was estimated by Boone to
bo six miles. Mr. Boono thought tfeo
train was running about 25 miles an the dump and spoko to nobody-
was the first witness.
was as follows:
"Ago 21; war, head brakeman on
No. 3 Saturday morninyf. This was
the first train out in the morning,
and the trainmen wero keeping sharp
watch to see that there were no logs
on the track. Train was running
about twenty miles an hour. I was
standing on the engineer's side be
tween the curve opposite the Max
well mine. Tho fiieman got down to
attend to the fire, and I took his seat.
I could see nothing on the track.
Then I turned around and looked
back. When I turned around again,
the man stepped off tho last tie of tho
trestle as I saw him, one foot on the
Mi? nf trestle, his head drooped. Ho
was mud all over; looked as if he was
all in. Tho headblock of the pilot
hit him in tho left side. Grabbed
ns pilot Jilt hfm. Crawled about two
feet from where ho was hit. Don't
know whether he was under bridge
or not. From Maxwell mine one can
see 500 yards, in plenty of time to
Charles Bradbury was called next,
and had seen the deceased Friday
afternoon at the log dump a few
miles out of town. He looked about
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