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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELL, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1908.
Coos Bay Times
The policy of thn Coos Br.y Times
will bo Republican in politics, with
the independence o- which President
Roosevelt Is the leading exponent.
Entered at the pojtoffice at
arshfleld, Oregon, for transmission
through tho mails as second class
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Local readers. 10c per line.
One year $5 00
Bix months $2.50
Less than 6 months, per month .50
Portland Graduates of Stanford
University Say Boozing is
Address All Communications to
COOS BAY DAILY TIMES
Marihfield - Oregon
( STATEMENT NO. 1.
When conditions become lawless
and dangerous in civilized com
munities, it is customary to set
'f aside the civil government for a time
and substitute military laws and
regulations instead. All the world
justifies this action as a matter of
necessity. What the peculiar condi
tions demand will always be justified
and In a republic measures may
properly bo adopted and enforced
which will effectually prevent tho
encroachments of tyrrany or of cor
ruption, it is admitted on all sides
that Oregon lias been tho victim of
graft and corruption In most ag
gravated forms. The servants of
tho people whoso duty is to piotect
tho patrimony of tho community
were either grossly negligent or cur
rupt. They gave away tho State
lands for a pittance. They permit
ted corrupt corporations to steal
land and timbor until Oregon iias
been treated worse than tho absentee
landlords of England treated tho
domain of Ireland.
It was this condition which sug
gested Statement Number One. It
wns tho desire of tho people to de
cide for themselves who should re
present them In tho United State3
sonate and to Insist on being so re
presented which made them insist
on Instructing their legislature how
to vote. They will not tolerate any
buying and selling of legislature.
Tho rottenness of New York meth
ods shall not bo allowed to send cor
poration tools Hko Piatt and Depow
to the body from Oregon. Under
Statomont Number One a W. A. Clark,
a Stove Elklns, a Guggonhelmer and
their Hko may not pin chase seats In
the senato from Oregon. Wise and
good men mny honestly cry out,
"Constitution! Constitution, Consti
tution!" thinking an outraged peo
ple will bo deluded into hiibmitting
to continued grnft methods as they
who cry out are deluded but the
people will do nothing of tho kind.
Thoy do not intend to let tholr sena
tors bo lend Into temptation whorehj
tho, Stato ullliio again disgraced by
having them convicted of crime.
Gentlemen, mny resist, but when tho
peoplo onco take a liberty they will
not givo it up except by foice.
Statement Number Ono will stand.
It enn bo Improved, but no substitute
will bo allowed unless it is a real im
provement. It Is not tho good of
any moro party which it subsides. It
Is tho good nl the Nation and Stato
without rogaid to party which it
The text of Statement No. l Is ns
"No man should bo nominated for
tho legislature who does not sub
scribe unqualillodly to tho following
"I further stato to tho peoplo of
Oregon, ns well jih to tho peoplo of
my legislative district, that during
my term of olllco I will always vote
for that candidate for United States
Bonator in congress who has re
ceived tho highest number of tho
pooplo's votes for that position at
tho goneral olectlon no.t preceding
tho election of a senator in congress,
without regard to my Individual
(By Associated Press.)
PORTLAND, March 27. Tho
Stanford Club today ordered tele
grams to bo sent to tho faculty, Stu
dent Affairs Committee and to the
student body urging the latter that
no radical action be taken and ask
ing the former for a moro thorough
Investigation and to show greater
leniency. This action was taken
when it was found that the board
trustees has no power in tho mat
ter. It was the original intention
to go over tho head of President Jor
dan and the Student Affairs Commit
tee. Before the discovery tnat the trus
tees had no power In tho matter, tho
club met and adopted resolutions ad
dressed to board trustees asking
that the whole trouble causing the
suspension of members of the stu
dent body bo reviewed "To tho end
that justice be done." It was declared
that the use of Intoxicating liquors
by students Is of minor importance
and that the problem to bo solved
is now purely whether any commit
tee concerned in the university af
fairs should be permitted to "Un
justly and arbitrarily" condemn
innocent men without a complete
THREATEN TO QUIT.
Stanford Students Plan New "Walk
Out" by 250 as Protest.
(ssojj pojujoossv Xfi)
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, March
27. There is still doubt as to the
outcome of the action of the student
body yesterday In regard to the
agreement for 250 students to walk
out as a protest. Those in charge
of tho agreement will not give tho
number of signatures, but it Is
known that nearly the required num
ber have signed. A meeting will be
held this afternoon to decide
whether to walk out without the full
ENGLISH PREMIER IS
GROWING MUCH WEAKER
Sir Henry Cnmpbcll-Raiincrniuii Lies
In Critical Condition
(By Associated Press.)
LONDON, March 2C Sir Henry
Campbell-Bannerman, tho English
premier, who has been very 111 passed
a restful night This morning,
though, he grow weaker and his con
dition Is regarded as critical.
MESSAGE FROM EVANS'
FLEET TO PORTLAND.
Wireless From Mngdiilfim Buy
Rose City Said to Break DN
(By Associated Press.)
PORTLAND, March 2G. The
steamer Rose City, which anchored
in tho harbor heio last night, picked
up a wirolcss message from the Con
necticut, E nns' llagship at Magda
Jena Bay. It Is said to be tho longest
distance that a messago has ever
been picked up on an overland cir
cuit. Tho operators of tho two 03
sol3 carried on a long conversation
Wharfmaster J. B. James No
tified by Government of
J. B. James of North Bend, tho
Coos Bay Wharfmaster, has just been
notified by the governnment that a
number of aids for navigation In Coos
Bay for which he recently petition
ed have been allowed and will
be installed soon. Mr. James
has given the mutter careful
study and while ho has not secure
everything that he feels would lie
beneficial, he Is pleased with what
has been authorized. Ho has just
received the following self-explanatory
letter concerning these Improve
ments: Referring to your petition relative
to placing and changing aids to navi
gatio n In' Coos Bay, Oregon, the
Board states that the matter was
carefully considered at its session on
March 2, 1908. The Board has since
directed Its local ollicers to take the
proper measures to make the follow
ing changes In the aids to navigation
to Coos Bay which, in its opinion, are
necessary tor the navigation of these
1. The establishment of a second-
class red nun buoy about 300 feet
westerly of Guano Hock, to be mark
ed 2 G. R.
2. The establishment of a red
post lantern light displayed from an
arm attached to a live-pile beacon
located on the western edge of the
shoal lying to tho westward of Utter
Rocks; height of light above high
water 15 ft.
3. That Utter Rock buoy No. 8
a red first class spar, be discontinued
when the above-named light is estab
lished. 4. That Channel Port Side Buoy
No. 3 to be changed from its present
position to one where It will mark
the shoals In tho turn of the channel.
5. That a temporary red post
lantern light be displayed from an
arm on a three-pile beacon located
just clear of the piles which form the
outer edge of Glasgow Wharf. The
Jlght to be 15 feet above high water,
auu io ue uisconunueo. wnen tne
threatening plies are removed.
G. That the front light of the
Marshfield Range be moved 20 feet
easterly of its present position, in
order to give a mid-channel course
on this range., and at the same time
pass clear of the longer wharves re
cently built In Marshlleld. That the
Coos Bay Inside Range Front Light
bo moved and changed to a fixed
white light, and the Coos Bay En-
J trance Range Light Rear to bo moved
to a point indicated, without change
In characteristic or height of the
This will enable the same front
light to do service for both the En
trance and Inside ranges, and allow
the discontinuance of the present
Coos Bay Entranco Range Front
That the work of installing a moro
powerful light and fog signal at Capo
Arago bo expedited a s much as
Signed: J. H. Helm,
Captain U. S. N.
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Now Open for Business
Everything New and Prices Right
Come in and Get Prices
All Goods Guaranteed
J. W. WMSTATT
Opposite Times Office
OCTOU . w. baumdaugh:
Physician nnd Surgeon
Diseases of Women and Chlldron.
Office over Lockhart drug store.
Rooms E and F. Phone 14&1.
II. GEORGE W. LESLIE
Gradtiato of American School of Osteopathy
Ofllce Hours: 9 a. m. to 4 p. in. Other Hours by
Appointment. Ollice In NasbnrK Ulock
Phone 1611. Marshfield, Oro.
GEO. E. DIX
riiysiclnn nnd Surgeon.
Oniee-First Xat Hank Mdg. l'hono 1G81
THE BEYIER ENGINEERING WORKS
OAS ENGINES and SPECIAL MACHINERY. MECHANICAL DRAFTING
a Specialty. Shops in the North Bend WoIIen Mills
J. W. INGRAM
Physlclnn and Surgeon.
Office over Sengstacken's Drug Storo.
Ofllco 1621; Resldenco 783.
It. A. L. IIOUSEWOHTII
Physician mid Surgeon.
Office over First National Bank,
Residence, two blocks north of
Crystal Theater. Office Phone
1431. Residence Phono 165C.
riancls II. Clarke Jacob M. Blake
Lawrence A. LUJequist
jARKE, BLAKE &
Times Building, Marshfield, Ore.
United States Commissioner's Office.
I MASTERS & McLAIN I
Retail Dealers in
Rair nnd AVood
Ofllce over Flanagan & Bennett
Marshfield, .... Oregon
G. p. Mcknight,
Attorney at Law.
Upstairs, Bennett & Walt Block
Marshfield, - - OregoD
-lOKE & COKE,
Attorneys at Law.
Office, Broadway mid Queen Streets. Phono Main 2011
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
OLD WAGE SCALE MAY
NOT BE RESTORED SOON.
Eastern Cotton .Mill OllU'lals Reluse
to Promise Anything to Em.
(Ry Associated Press.)
UOSTOX, Maieh 20. Cotton mill
oillclals hero hold out little encour
agement that tho wage scalo prevail
ing before tho pending cut will bo
restoied with the recovery of busi
ness. It is assumed thnt when busi
ness revives, all branches will pro
ceed on n scalo proportioned to the
JIEAIril AND DISEASE.
Hcnlth Is contagious, much more
potently bo, too, than is dlsenbo. I've
about como to tho conclusion that wo
physicians study disease too much
nnd health too little to bo of best UhO
io Humanity, it wo would btudy
hoalth, talk health, act health, I be
hlovo dlseabo would take care of it
Bolf. It Is not only inteinperuto, It Is
un-Chrlstinn, to have dyspepsia. It is
a disgraco to liuvo any ailment that
common bonso will obviate. And it
showB a lack of Intellectuality to
Jiinko otlier's ailments and dlbeabes
tho chlof topic of conversation. 1
hopo to live to see tho day when it
will ho considered as ill-lued to ask
after last week's Influenza or last
month's rhoumatism as it now Is to
remark on tho patch on one's shoo
or tho molo on ouo's face. I toll you,
when wo learn to think health and
polso and wholosomouess, temper
ance and ecouomlc and physical hap
piness will not bo long In taking up
their abode with ub. A Physician.
en-s of the Town Ity The Sea as Told
By the Recorder.
Work on tho now K. of P. nnd
Elllngson buildings is proceeding
rather slowly of lato owing much to
tho weather. Fred Mehl is boss car
penter on the K. of P. job nnd Tom
my Robinson litib tho contract for
Russoll Pantor set tho foundation
Obtoulay for a now two-story build
ing to bo located between the livery
btablo and blacksmith shop. Tho
lowor lloor will bo occupied as a
store by outbide parties. Pete An
derbon is helping on the Job.
11. X. Giihtnt and .Miss Helen M.
Logan woio joined In matrimony by
Jubtice George P. Topping, the cere
mony taking place at this olllcial's
Yakima Rest Flour on sale at tho
ANONA CASH GROCERY, opposite
Daily Real Estate Report Furnished
By Title Guarantee and Abstract
Co. Henry Sciiastnckcn,
March 17, tl)()8.
Frank E. Alley et u, to Thad B.
Pieston. Deed N'Vi of NE',4, Sec S,
NUVi NW4 and SWV4, Sec 20, NW
Vi, Sec 2S, Twp 26, R 10. Considera
Glasgow Townslto Co., to J. Virgil
Piigh. Deed Lots 9, 10, 11 and 12
Blk 16, Glasgow. Consideration
Glasgow Townslto Co., to J. Virgil
Pugh. Detd Lots 9, 10, 11 and 12,
Ulk 17, Glasgow. Consideration
John K. Kollock et ux, et al, to
Wilkes Cavanagh. Deed Lots 11, 12
ai.u 13, ink is, Coos Bay Plat B.
G. W. Kaufman et ux, to Mrs. M.
A. Jones et al. Deed Lot 12, Blk W,
Western Add to Marshlleld. Consider
March 20, 1008.
Simpson Lumber Co., to Frank D.
Fish. Deed Lots 14 and 15, Blk 29,
North Bond. Consideration $G.00.
John K. Kollock et ux, et nl to
Mrs. Agnes Hutcheson. Deed Part of
Blk S, Boulovard Park Add. Con
John K, Kollock et ux, ot nl, to
J. B. Davis. Deed Lots 1, 2, a, 4 and
5, Blk 5, Coos Bay Plat C. Considera
G. W. Waterbury et ux, to Win.
H. Waterbury et al. Deed Lot 2S,
Blk 20, South Harbor. Considera
March 21 1008.
Coos Bay Land & Investment Co.
to John Andrew. Deed Lots 7 and S,
Blk 4, Belmont Add to Empire, Con
Coos Bay Land & Investment Co.,
to Elmn A. Andrew. Deed Lots 8 and
2, Blk S, Bolmont Add to Emplro.
E. B, Seabrook ot ux to Toilet Ol
son. Deed Ldt 15, Blk 12, Coos Bay,
Plat A. Consideration $10.00.
m rems3,igirejT.y3reri?rer5Tgsrig't rm
TRY Moore's Non-leakable Fountain Pen
Your Money Back if It Leaks or Sweats
.MARSHFIELD DANCING ACADEMY
Odd Fellows Hall.
Monday and Thursday Afternoon and Evening
Private Instruction. Prof. C. P. Smith
g Portland & Coos Bay S S. Line 3
S Sails from Portland Wednesday at 8 p. m. S
W Sails from Coos Bay Satu days at Service of Tide.
EC. F. McCoIium, Agt.
Phono Main 34 - - !- - A. St. Dock
California and Oregon Coast Steamship Company
B. W. OLSON, Master.
W.wJii"? our '""'so. Lcavo orders at Mc
Artliur'sPJinnnacj orl.ofkliart.t FiirgoiisDruc
Moro or address Ocn'l Del., 1'oMolllee g
Mltfa. J. (JOLDIE
Contractor for Teaming of all ltlnde.
Call R. A. Corthell.
For all kinds of carpentering,
huildlng and repair work. Show cas
es and ofllco furniture a specialty.
Phone 5G1. Corthell's DeUcatessen.
MRS. GERALDINE MORRIS,
Pure Italian Method, Artistic Singing
Studio in Nnshurg Ulock.
SAILS FROM PORTLAND SATURDAYS, 8 P. M.
SAILS FROM COOS BAY TUESDAYS, AT SERVICE OF TIDE.
F. P. Baumgartner, Agt. L. W. Shaw, Agt.
Couch St. Dock, Portland, Ore. Marshfield. Ore., Phone 441.
HERE SHE IS
2 -Cycle Make and Break
Have another called the
From 2 to 200 Horse Power
They're the Goods
Ily J. F. O'RIELLY.
Address Box 310, Marshfield.
ELMER A. TODD, Director
Coos Bay Academy of Music.
Voice, IMano Pipe Organ. Harmony etc., from
beginning to graduation. Ringers coached in
style diction and interpretations, or opera
oratorio or concert work
Now O'Coiuiell Uuildlne, Marshfield.
-'-" " -TMWI
Coos Bay Oil & Supply Co.
Water Front Near "A" Street
For convenience of Call pa
trons the Laundry office will
he open Saturday evenings until
Phop 571 today. Our wagon
COOS BAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Marshfield and North Bend.
New Stylea and Samples
Just Recelred From
Charles A. Stevens Coat & Suit
House, Chicago, 111.
Mrs. M, R. Smith, Agent.
Cor. First and B sta. Marshfield