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THE DAILY COOS 8AY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1907-
HOLIDAYS EX1) THIS WEEK.
First Institution of the Kind Is
Opened in. New York
Governor Announces That Thcro 'Will
Bo No Moro Bank Holidays.
STARTS WITH FIFTY PUPILS
Children Will Be taught the
, Position of Labor in the
NEW YORK, Dec. 10. There will
lie opened at No. 237 East Broad
way a school to teach children the
doctrines o Socialism. If success
ful similar Institutions will bo opened
In other cities.
The school Is under the auspices of
the New York Socialistic Literary
Society, and In charge of Miss Francis
Gill, who Is the superintendent. In
her address to the fifty young pupils
"Now boys and girls wo want you
to tell all your'llttle friends and bring
them along the next time you come..
Jt Is the intention of the Socialist.
Sabbath School Association to start
Socialistic Sunday schools In all parts
of the city. If you have any friends
or relatives uptown, or on the west
or east side, tell them to notify us
and we will start Sabbath schools
in their neighborhood."
Miss Gill when seen by a reporter
"Wo are mapping out a course of
studies which Will take up nature,
science and ethics. The children will
1)0 taught the position of labor in
the world. Attention will be given
also to social and economic ques
tions In the lessons, but the lessons
-will bo made as simple as possible
In order that the teachings may be
grasped1 by the childish mind.
"We feel very much encouraged
by the attendance at our opening,
session and hope that all our other
meetings will be equally well attend-
ed. We expect to meet. with con
Among the other Socialist women
who yesterday assisted In the form
ation of the Socialist Sabbath school
"wore Mrs. Theresa Malkiel and Mrs.
SALEM, Or.j Dec. 10. Governor1
Chamberlain has Issued tho following
letter to all the Judges in tho state:!
"Dear Sir I have Just Issued a'
proclamation continuing the holidays,
to and Including the 14th, instant. I
Conditions are Improving all over the!
state, and I cannot see any reason for1
interfering longer than that with the1
business of the courts, and the con'
tractual relations of tho citizen.
"I have great confidence in the pa'
trlotism of tho people, and now that
conditions., aro, understood by them,
I am sure, tho creditors, will be lenient
with the debtor until confidence Is
fully restored and the financial strln-i
gency ontlrely relieved by further
shipments of money from eastern
banks and Individuals.
"I will discontinue theso holidays
after the 14th instant and will only
return to them in case It becomes ab
solutely necessary as a means of pro
tecting tho business interests and
credit of tho whole state.
"GEORGE E. CHAMBERLAIN,. .
A SICK WIFE
Husband Showed Her Pictures:
of Coffins and Tombstones.
MHYTLE POINT POINTERS.
Newsy Gust of Items Gleaned From
'Chamber of Commerce News and
Boosting of Coos Bay Products.
Walter Lyons, of tho Chamber of
Commerce, has taken up a new lino
of tho productions of this seel ion
to interest visitors in making their
abode on Coos Bay. He is securing
a collection of winter plants which
bloom at the time of year when the
snow is many feet deep in eastern
sections of the samo latitude.
On exhibition in tho windows (
of the organization thero Is
a Christmas cactus of unus
Tiail beauty, which has Just burst Into
bloom and will continue until after
tho holidays. It is tho property of
Mrs. W. B. Curtis, and illustrates
what tho balmy air of this section
will do for floral productions.
There is also on display a straw
berry plant grown by Irving Chand-'
ler, with tho blossoms, green andi
ripe strawborrles growing while you
"wait. To have strawberries grow-,
ing at this time of tho year would,
indicate that early trucking in garden
.produce, whlojh has mado Florida
wealthy, would bo a strong draw-
ing card for Coos County and a
profitable Investment for the settlers,
A. B. Cotfelt, a Coos Bay apple
grower, has sont a number of fine'
samples of tho Arkansas black ap
ples. They aro excellent spoclmons
nnd mako a valuable asset as a pre
serving or winter npplo because of
their firmness and good keeping
Numerous onqulrles aro being
mado at tho Chamber of Commorco'
Jor nursery stock by peoplo who aro'
anxious to set plots of land In fruit
trees. Tho Qravenstoln variety es
pecially Is in very great domand and
Mr. Lyons is making arrangements
to havo n local agency for young
fruit trees established In tho city
In ordor that trees for early planting1
may bo easily and quickly attainable
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Alva Leo at their home on tho North
Fork on. Thanksgiving Day, Novem
ber 28th. ,
D. L. Greene has moved his cigar
storo nnd billiard hall from its form
er location near tho corner of Second
and Spruce streets to his own build
ing at tho corner of Third and
J. H. Cecil, of Coqullle, visited in
Myrtle Point Wednesday. He is clos
ing out his affairs in Coos County
preparatory to moving to Pasadena,.
raui sterling nas resigned asd
agent of tho C. B. R. & E. at this.
place and has gone to Coqullle. The
position is now held by G. H. Dun
ning, of Marshfleld, formerly from
Ernest and Fred Folsom, two of
tho popular young men of Myrtle
Point, havo rented tho Leep store
room Just west of tho Spires phar
macy and will open up therein a con
fectionery storo with an ice cream
parlor in connection.
James Matheny arrived homo last
Saturday from an entended visit to
friends and relatives in Virginia and
other points east. He traveled about
7,000 miles, going over the Northern
Pacific and coming back by a Cana
In tho monthly report of the Myr
tle Point public schools sent to Sup
erintendent Bunch it is shown that
thero are 272 pupils enrolled, with'
an actual dally attendance of 2G4
The per cent of attendance for the'
entire school is 94.1.
The wor.k of building a residence
on the Leep acreage on South Fourth
street is proceeding finely and , the
building Is now almost closed. The
place has been leased by J. S. Whlt-
aker, who will occupy the house as
soon as it Is completed.
Wilfred, tho 2-year old son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Laird, foil from tho
porch at the family home in this city
Sunday and broke his arm. Dr.,
Stemmler reduced the fracture and
tho little boy is getting along nicely.
Rev. W. F. Rogers, until recently,
pastor of tho M. E. Church at this,
place, was hero last week to pack up'
and ship his household goods. He
has been appointed to a pastorate at
Toledo for tho ensuing conference
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Crutchfleld,1
who hnvo been spending the summer
at Tokano, Idaho, returned to Myrtle
Point Wednesday of this week.
ASKED TO MAKE SELECTION;
Part of Inhuman Treatment
Mrs. Taylor Alleges in
WHEELING, Dec. 10. To bo
shown photographs of tombstones and
coffins while she was very sick Mrs.
Jenny L. Taylor testified in tho
Chancery Court, was tho part of tho
alleged inhuman conduct on tho part
of her husband, Joseph L. Taylor,
who owns several stores nnd is worth
Mrs. Taylor asks for alimony, and
her husband to offset this, has filed a
cross-suit, alleging desertion on the
part of tho wife. Vice-Chancellor
Learning said the question at issue
was whether the woman was Justi
fied In the desertion. Ho said there'
are Bometimes actions or treatment
on the part of a husband that induce
abandonment by tho wife, and that
are , constructive of desertion by Cue
Mrs. Taylor testified that sho and
her husband were married January
10, 1894. Tho following August a
son, Alvin, was born. Her husband
went to Providence, R. I., with aa
other woman and a friend and told
her that he Introduced the woman as
Offered $1,200 for Divorce.
Mrs. Taylor testified that ho of
fered her $1,200 to get a divorce, and
that she found a letter in his desk,
which read: "Dear Joe, I havo had
no letter from you for a month. Do
you mean to say that you have kissed
no one but me?"
Tho witness said sho was com
pelled to give up this letter, which
sho found in his desk, under threats
of being killed. Sho said her hus
band had told her that he said he
would put her under the ground six
Pictures of Coffins.
In January, 1903, the witness said
she was taken sick and her husband
thought she was going to die, and
that while sho was in bed he brought
photographs of tombstones and cof
fins and told the witness to mako her
The witness said that her hus
band's treatment was cruel and that
he had beaten her, and that sho was
under treatment by Dr. Richardson
for over fourteen months.
She said she wrote her husband
four letters. One letter, dated April
1904, was offeree! In evidence. The
letter pleaded with her husband for
a reunion of the family, and asked
for tho sake of the child to forgive
and forget and live Christian lives.
She said that the letter was dictated
by Ex-Judge Wescott. Sho never re
ceived an answer.
In the meantime Dr. Richardson's
sons beat her husband because they
had heard that he had talked about
their mother in an ungentlemanly
j Buy Holiday Gifts at Headquaters
We have a magnificenUstopk.of holiday goods this yean.
We invite you to see the beautiful things we- have 'gathered 46
make gift giving easy and economical.,. We have the gifts that
are most desirable the kind-thatyou are .proud to giVe or
gladio receive. We are surewe can-please you and s'avfe you
money, too, at a time when saving is apt to be -appreciated
"the Busy Corner"
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Don't leave the cost mark on pres
ents. Don't let money dominate your
Don't let Christmas giving deter
iorate into a trade.
Don't oinbarrass yourself by giv
ing -more than you can afford.
Don't try to pay debts or return
obligations in your Christmas giving.
Don't give trashy things. Many an
attic 'could tell strange stories about
Don't make presents which your
friends will not know what to do
with, and which would merely en
cumber tho homo.
Don't give because others expect
you to. Give because you love to. If
you cannot, keep the gift.
Don't glvo too bulky articles to
people who live in small quarters, un
less you know that they need the
particular things you send them.
Don't wai't' until tho last minute to
buy your prese'hts, and then for lack
of ttao 'to make proper selections,
glvo what your better Judgment con
demns. Don't decide to abstain from giving
Just because you cannot afford ex
pensive presents. Tho thoughtful
ness of Vour gift, tho interest you
take in those to whom you give, are
principal things. The intrinsic value
of your gift counts very little.
Don't give things because they aro
cheap and make a big show for tho
money. As a rule it is a dangerous
thing to pick up a lot of all "sorts of
things at bargain sales for Christmas
Presents. If you do, there is always'
the temptation to make 'Inappropriate
gifts.. Besides there 'is 'usually somo
defect in bargain articles, Or they are
out'p'f style, 'but of date, or thero lsi
somo other reason why they are sold,
under price. Success Magazine.
Tho Ladies Aid Society of tho
M. E. Church will hold their annual
bazaar Friday, Dec. 13. Place to be
announced later. Don't forget thoi
WHEN A TELEPHONE
IS NOT A TELEPHONE
Carving Sets at Mllnor's.
Cloan Cut guaranteed
Coos Bay Cash Storo.
Belgian girls aro taught to do
housework and marketing as part of
their school lessons.
Scientists doclaro that city air con
tains fourteen times as many mic
robes as country air.
In Australia engagement rings'
aro lent out by certain Jewelers as
.part of their ordinary trade.
Gllletto Safety Razors, Coos Bay!
HAItlUMAX SEKS DAWN
OF PROSPEROUS ERA
(Continued from, pago 1.)
pority Is hero. Tho over-strain on
cash is being relloved, and credit is
onco moro being allowed to perform
Its uormnl work. But wo must not
oxpect nt onco to see ovory lino of
commercial business activity as act
ive as it has beon during the last
two years. Perhaps It Is bettor for
tho country that it Is not so. Wo
havo a presidential campaign In front
of us. It Is only natural that wo
should feel our way cautiously for
somo tlmo. When I say cautiously,
howovor, I do not mean hesitatingly,!
. 11 ii i it
uut ramor conservatively,
Then It Oucht to "bo Taken From tho
Field Entirely, Says tho Wcdder
It will bo Just two weeks next
Saturday slnco tho telephone con
necting Bandon and Marshfleld with;
Wedderburn was last In use. Since
that time repeated demands have
beon mado for service, but no connec
tion could bo mado. Tho attontloi of
tho local manager at Marshfleld has
beon called to the fact that tho lino
was down and could not bo operated,
but ho seems to pay no attention, ito.
tho disagreeable condition of affairs
There ought to bo somo method by
which tho Pacific Telophono and Tel
egraph Co. can bo compelled either to
furnish tho peoplo with tho means of
tolophonlng or bo forced to get out
of tho field and glvo It to some com
pany that will do as It agrees. If
this sort of nuisance keeps up tho
new lino via Crescent C.'ty will gjt
the business. Tho ptonli aro very
much out of patlonco with tho lm
pctency of tho present sy.iitnu.
Toys, all kinds and descriptions
at the Coos Bay Cash Store.
The Launch Tioga
Leaves Marshfleld at 8: SO n. in. for
head of tho tide watcr'on South Coos
River. Returning, leaves at 2:30
Your Christmas?; Shopping is
Made Easy by the- Varied and
High Grade Xihc of : : :
THE RED CRO
Would Mention Filled nnd Solid Gold Jewelry.
Precious Stortes lh any article.
Latest Models in Wutches, Ladles nnd Gents.
Quadruple and Sterling Silverware. .
Brilliant Cut Glass.
Russian Hand Hammered Brass.
Pickurd Hniul Painted China. China in White nnd Gold.
Gold and Silver Detachable Handle Umbrellas.
Ebony nnd Silver Toilet Goods.
Kookwood's Famous Pottery.
AVnteriiinn's Ideal Fountain Pens, and n lino stock of books, from
which wo can plenso tho most discriminate buyer.
TWELVE SHORT MYS
The C C, R. & E. R. R.
and Navigation Co.
THE O. B., R. & E. R. R. & N. CO.
Subject to change without notice.
In which to do your Xma's, shopping.
Why not buy something 'useful, for
your wife this Xmas? Such as Lib
rary Tables, Easy Rockers, Ladies
Writing Desks, Combination Book
Cases, Writing Desks, Dressing Tab
les, Music Cabinets.
A full lino of Wiltdn and Brussels
Rugs; both largo and small.
Trains to nnd from Beaver pill dally.
W. F. Miller, Agent.
Cut glass at Mllner's.
Flowors aro ono and a half dogrees
warmer than tho surrounding air. ;
A man's chances of a sudden dentin
aro eight times as great as a wo-i
M. P. PENDERGRASS, Master.
Leaves Marshflold 7:30, 9:00.
and 10:30 a. m., and 1:00,
2:30 and 4:00 o'clock p. m.
Leaves North Bend at 8:15,
9:45 nnd 11:15 a. m., and 1:45
3:15 and 5:00 p. m.
Makes daily trips except
Sundays. Faro: Ono way, 15
cents; round trip, 25 cents.
Bank of Oregon
Capital Stock fully paid up
Transacn a General Banting
I North Bend, Oregon
LUINDI.ll IrtllU. Phone 1901
Fine Short Board Ends,
Large Loads. Quick Delivery.
C. A. SMITH
LUMBER AND MPQ. CO.
ON THE BAY.
Half Hour Schedule..
Rni Detwedn Marshfleld nd JiortD
Bend Mado la 113 Siinutes.
Faro: Ono way, 15c; rouia trip, &"'
3. A. CyJXEI&Y, Proprietor.
Wet Your WhtstlelTtiea Blow
J, R. HERRON, Prop.
Front Street, t AUrbfWJ, Ore