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TME DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELL, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1908.
COOS BAY TIMES
.an iNDEfrtifvT pi I't ni.tr is vruvru'Ht ri n
S.isiiF.i) ftvritv niMvi isftn sinuvi, ami
The Coos Bay Times Publishing Co.
Knlcred at tlic poslolllre at Mnrshllcld, Ore
Bon.for transinllon tn rough the malls a
tccond elaji mull mutter.
M. C. MALONEV. . .Editor nnd Pub.
WAN E. MALONEV News Editor
One Year ?C no
Six months $.2 50
Less than 0 months per month n0
One Year '$1.50
The poliqy of the Coos Bay Times
will be Republican In politics, with
the independence of which PresUont
Koosevelt Is the leading exponent.
. Address All Communications to
COOS BAY DAILY TIMES
WILL TRY TO MAKE
COOS COUNTY "DRY."
Lrndln; Prohibition Workers Or-
Hiinl.o Anti-saloon League to
LAUNCH BIG BOAT
AT YARDS TOMORROW.;!
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Kni'if nnd Bunks of North Bend
I Build Vessel for K.m Francisco
At a meeting of the leading tem
perance and prohibition workers of
Coos county at Coquille, the
County Anti-saloon League was per-
At the Krusc and Banks shipyards
in North Bend tomorrow, tho big
steam schooner which they are build-
Coos ' hig fr J. E. Davenport of San Fran
cisco, will be launched. Tlie sciioon-
or Is mn fnot Inner with . SO-font
tected and arrangements made to im- beam anU two nlasts. The boat is
mediately institute a campaign to one of the largest ever built on Coos
ninko nnns rniintv "lrv." Petitions Bay. It will ply on tlie Columbia
to secure tho signatures of ten per
cent of the voters of the county, the
river. It has a capacity of about
7C0.000 pounds and Is well built. No
particular ceremonies have been ar-
occur at noon.
MYRTLE POINT AROUSED
OVER CHILD'S WHIPPING.
TOWARD THE POLE.
Ice eight feet thick on the ocean and
enow falling even In summer such is
tho weather experienced In tho polar
regious. When the air is dry and still
It Is remarkable bow low a tempera
ture can bo borne with case. One ex
plorer tells us that with the thermome
ter at 0 degrees It was too warm for
ekating. The summer weather in this
region is, moreover. In some respects
pleasant nnd healthful. Within the
arctic zone there are wonderfully col
ored sunrises and sunsets to be seen.
They are both brilliant and Impressive.
But the nights the nights are monot
onous and repelling. A rigid world
Jjurlcil in everlasting snow, silent save
for the cracking of the Ice or tho wall
of tho wind. Travelers In these re
gions experience many discomforts.
Tho keen air causes their skin to burn
and blister, while their lips swell and
crack. Thirst, again, has been much
complained of, arising from tho action
of tho low temperature on the warm
ONLY NIGHT Allt AT NIGHT.
Speaking of Floience Nlglitlngnli
nnd her effoits to keep tho world
healthy, It seems pertinent to make
special mention of her mission in be
half of the open window at night. In
tho early years of her labors much un
intelligent opposition to this method
of ventilation because of the supposed
bnrmfulncss of the night air was ex
pressed, but Miss Nightingale hud one
stock argument in m.pport of her posi
tion, it being tin? question, "What air
shall we breathe at night but night
air?" It was unanswerable from Iter
Opponents' point of view, even If It did
not always convert them, but It did
lead a countless number Into saner
ways of lhing and along the way to
the present methods of treating tuber
culosis. Boston Transcript.
MUST REFUND LARGE
SUM TO OREGON STATE.
number necessary to have tho local ranged for the launching which will
option proposition submitted to the
electors, will bo circulated in a few
days. It is planned to make a hard
campaign In behalf of prohibition.
The following officers were select
ed to take charge of tho prohibition
work and local option campaign:
Chairman B. B. Paul of Coquille.
Vice-president Rev. R. G. Sum
merlin of North Bend.
Secretary Mr. Hersey of Coquille.
Treasurer J. J. Lamb of Coquille.
An executive committee, to be com
posed of two from each precinct will
also bo appointed.
Want Law Enforcement.
Tho prohibition workers have also
Instituted a campaign for the rigd en
forcement of the state liquor laws and
this branch, which Is organized sepa
rately In the various towns, is known
az the Law and Order League. The
North Bend branch has been active
for sometime and one has also been
organized In Marshfleld with I. S.
Smith as president. Tho Rev. D. W.
Thurston is one of the leading mem
bers of tho executive committee.
The Rev. Mr. Thurston announces
that steps will be taken at once to
compel tho enforcement of the Sun
day closing law In Marshfleld. He
says that the league will engage an
attorney of Its own to bring this
about. In this matter, the Marsh
fleld organization will have the co
operation of the North Bend or
ganization. A meeting of the North
Bond Law and Order League will be
held there tonight to discuss plans
for furthering the movement.
SACRED CONCERT AT
CHURCH WELL ATTENDED
Corporal Punishment Administered
Mrs. Philips' Son By Teacher
During msz wees a considerable
row was stirred up in town because
of a whipping administered to a little
son of Mrs. W. W. Phillips by Princi
pal Baker of the public schools. It
was alleged by Mrs. Phillips and her
friends that the whipping was unduly
severe, and the complaints reached
such a pitch that Deputy District
Attorney Farrln was summoned
from Marshfleld to look into the case.
He made a thorough investigation
and found there was not sufficient
grounds for him to take up the case
as public prosecuter. He attempted
to reconcile the parties making the
complaint to the fact that there was
not sufficient grounds on which to
base a prosecution, but when he left
there was still talk of making an in
dependent case. Calmer judgement
may prevail, however, and the matter
bo dropped. Myrtle Point Enterprise.
Big Assortment of Caps
50c, 75c, $1, $1.50
Do You Wear
If You Do Not
Get in the habit. It will
l protect you from the cold.
All Kinds and Prices
From $ 1 .00 Lo $8.00 per Suit,
Bear in mind my line is the most up-to-date to be had
1K9 " A."V
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ttoctor ii. w. iiAmniAiTrm
ft lJ Physician nnd Surgeon
Diseases of Women and Children.
Office over Lockhart drug store.
Rooms E and F. Phono 1451.
GEORGE W. LESLIE
Graduato ot American School of Ostconathv
Klrksville, Jto. ' y
Ofllee Hours: 9 a. m. to -In. in. Other Hours hv
Appointment. Olllce tn Nmburg Block
GEO. E. DIX
Pbyslclnn and Surgeon.
Ofllce-Flrst Nat. Hank Hide. I'hono 1681
J. W. INGRAM
Physician and Surgeon.
Office over Sengstacken's Drug Store.
Phones Office 1621; Residence 783.
'Presenting Style and Quality'
Special Musical Program at Presby
terian Well Rendered and Appro!
elated Last Evening.
The program of the sacred con
cert published in Saturday's "Times,"
attracted a largo audienco at the
Presbyterian Church last night,
among them quite a number pro
minent in tho musical profession.
That every one felt fuhy repaid for
going was attested by the expressions
of pleasuro on every hand, at the
close of tho program.
The choir did good work, and the
soloists were at their best.
Mrs. Dr. Ingram Gang Faure's i
great solo "Charity," with a breadth j
and intensity that demonstrated her
WTsplity to tlioso who heard her Fri
day "veiling in "Tlie Gipsy Maiden." j
Mr. Andrew Landers magnificent i
bass voice would draw a large au
dience wherever Its owner should be- '
THE BEVIER ENGINEERING WORKS
OAS ENO.INES and SPECIAL MACHINERY. MECHANICAL DRAFTING
a Specialty. Shops in the North Bend Wollen Mills
SAILS FOR SAN FRANCISCO MAR. 27
No rescr uons held
after the arrl'nrt ot the ship unless ticket U .ought.
F. S. DOW, Agent
DR. A. L. HOUSEWORTH
Physician mid Surgeon.
Office over First National Bank,
Residence, two blocks north of
Crystal Theater. Office Phone
1431. Residence Phono 1656.
Francis II. Clarke Jacob M. Ulako
Lawrence A. Liljequist
CLARICE, BLAKE &
Times Building, Marshfleld, Ore.
United States Commissioner's Office.
T. W. BENNETT,
Office over Flanagan & Bennett
Marshfleld, .... Oregon
d Portland & Coos Bay S S. Line
A. M. PRENTISS & CO.
Post Cards, Novelties, General
Front street, Marshfleld.
while not yet of great
is developing beautifully,
the principal features being purity
and sweetness of tone, the case with
which every tone is taken, nnd intel
ligence of phrasing and Interpreta
Mr. Todd's experience as choir -tIIII"MJH4JJJ...J.J.
mumi-i win uuuuiiuit'iU3 I'UllLlllllu lu
attract singers to his choir and nuni-
hers to his audiences.
CAPT. SWANSEN TAKES
BLAME FOR DISASTER.
SALEM, Or., Mar., 30. Tho caso
of J. K. Sears, and District Attorney
J. II. McNary, as relator for tho stato
t)X Oregon, plaintiils, vs. F. I. Dun- coulo known.
.bar, former Secretary of State, for an Misj Lillian Hall, one of our
accounting and for tho recovery of Marshfleld young ladies just begln-
corlaln fees collected by him during n,"B. to '"? k,"' u af,a ""V01"' '!. H"
,,. ,, , , , , ,, , coming n. favorite. Her voice, a light
"l" n u iv.-ii.in 111 ll.llv.-e, Wilb IL'UHH'll IgoDpun
by Judge Calloway in favor of tho j strength'
slate. In his decision, Judgo Gallo-v-ay
orders Dunbar to pay back to
tho stato $103, DUC. -11. Dunbar will
Complainants allego that Dunbar,
during his term of office, collected
fees for services amounting to an
aggrogato of over $100,000, which,
it is alleged, should have been turned
over to tho Stato Treasurer. There
is a siiniliar suit pending against for
mer Secretary 11. R. Klncald, of
ICuteno, who served for eight years
lirovious to Secretary Dunbar.
It was stated that )ex-Secrotary
Dunbar, for tho purposes of tho suit,
sigreed to stipulate tho amount of
fees collected during his two terms
of olllco at $ in, 000, and that Mr.
Klncald also agreed to stipulate an
amount not exceeding over $0000,
but plaintiff's counsel wore not In
position to compromise upon any
certain amount, and this had to 'bo
aletormlned as nearly as posslblo by
tho records, ,
During tho trial Dunbar admitted
taking $L'0,1S0 In insurance fees, but
stilted tho books showing all fees
taken had boon destroyed by his or
der by a janitor nt tho termination of
3i!& term of office.
For a good meal go to
Mother's for Dinner.
Fishing Parties Will be sup
plied with Lunches.
On Broadway opposite Times
fend Officer of the l'liiiimui Says that i
lie Alone Was Responsible
For Wreck. I
New O'Connel Bldg.
Sails from Portland Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Sails from Coos Bay Satu days at Service of Tide.
C. F. McColIum, Agt.
Phone Main 34 - - - - A. St. Dock
California and Oregon Coast Steamship Company
B. W. OLSON, Mastfir.
C. p. Mcknight,
Attorney at Law.
Upstairs, Bennett & Walter Block
Marshfleld, - - Oregon
-lOKE & COKE,
Attorneys at Law.
MARSHFIELD DANCING ACADEMY
Odd Fellows Hall.
Monday nnd Thursday Afternoon and Kvcnlng
Private Instruction. Prof. C. P. Smith
SAILS FROM PORTLAND SATURDAYS, 8 P. M.
SAILS FROM COOS BAY TUES DAYS, AT SERVICE OF TIDE.
F. P. Baumgartner, Agt. L. W. Shaw. Agt.
Couch St. Dock, Portland, Ore. Marshfleld. Ore., Phono 441.
MASTERS & McLAIN
CEKTIK1CATICS AUK GIVEN.
Ik'Mills of Teachers Examination at
Coquille are Announced.
Following are tlioso receiving cer
tificates at tho teacher's' examina
tion held in this city in February:
First grade, Hoaina Lllllo, Dorrls E.
'Williams and Lorn M. Escot; second
grado, Florence- lllssell, Sylvia 11.
'Hansen, Cora L. Miller, Uurthu V.
TYye, Nettie M. Wooloy, Helen Hobb
Ins, Ruby EUlngsen, Myrtlo W. Mv,
ors Lucllo Do Jersey, Blanco Uadloy,
Mina J, Hall, Alice Leaner and
Josephine A, Morse; third grade,
Wyrtlo M, Hodge, Clovo Sumorllu,
X.ona Kendoll nnd Lnno Morloy, W.
.A. Culbertsqn, Motta Hanson and
Abo Huonergatidt piaterlally nlaed
their gradoa Mr exemptions when
iboy aro ready for first grades. Five
-wrote for .state papers. Coqutllo
SAX FllANCISCO, March 30.
Captain Charles Swanaon, of tno
bti anishlp Pomona, which was wreck- g
ed on a submerged reef off Fort Ross
on tho night of March 17, told his
story ofllclally to the United States i$GGO$Q$&$$&$$G$5$0&$&&&$(,
Inspector, when they began their In-
nulry Into tho caitbo of tho wreck.
Captain Swanson said ho had gono
winner in man was in custom in oru- ,
or to avoid tho heavy sea, thus mak- 5
lug timo and saving the passengers , Q
from rough weather. Ho had been , ij
as far many times before, ho said, i
but had never struck a rock. &
Captain Swanson assumed all ro-'
si'onsibllity for tho wreck and express- K
ed tho opinion that tho Pomona flrst X
struck a nlunaelo rock that had been h
upheaved bv tho earthnuako of 190GXS$$$$$S$S$$$SO$!
which Is not on nny chart.
THAT FIT THE FEET
THAT'S OUH BUSINESS
Retail Dealers in
flnir and Wood Fibre
Roofing Paper j
Office, Broadway ami Queen Streets. Phono Main 2011
Imported Suitings I
I Where Good Clothe Are Made
"! ii JWP.Wnii i
Cub Cull Wrvlce'kt Any Honr
tiocKl ifearrB tti)J vonlclea,
nUISNER, MILLER & CO.
, LlyeryjFred,ftnd Siilo Stable.
Wood tor Sai.
Third .fc A t. Phone t'JOl
T . w ii i mil, i 1 1 )!
The man who knows a "cliane"
when he sees It find "exciting news"
in tho want columns.
For a good Hatch use the
JOHN W. FLANAGAN,1 Agt.
Order Yonr Settingi Now For
Rhode Island Reds
All Standard Bred.
Price $1.50 Per Setting
SpecialPrice on Incubator ,
Cure That Cold Whilo Vou Can.
Better spend the small amount a
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy Tfould cost you right now than t,o i
r,un heirisk pf a cold .developing lnt;o
pneumonia, which may mean a big
doctor's bill. For Bale by John
ill call fit our house. Leave orders nt Mo
Aitlnir sl'hnimncy orl.oeklmrtX IMrbniis, Drug
store or uddiess Gen'l Del., Postiillicc.
JIKb J. GOLDIE
R. ALBERT ABEL,
Contractor for Teaming of all klnde.
Call R. A. Corthell.
For all kinds of carpentering,
building and repair work. Show cas
es and office furniture a specialty.
Phone 561. Corthell's Delicatessen.
RS. GERALDINE MORRIS,
Pure Italian Method, Artistic Singing
Studio in Nasbnrg Block.
A Street Wharf
Fresh, Salt, Smoked
canned fish; in fact all kinds of
fish In season.
Wharf back of . - ,.
TH0MAS0N & HANSON
'Hay Grain and Feed'
By J. F. O'RIELLY,
Address Box 240, Marshfleld.
ELMER A. TODD, Director
Coos Bay Academy of Music.
Voice, rinno Pipe Organ. Harmony etc., from
beginning to graduation. Singers coached in
style diction nnd Interpretations, for opera
oratorio or concert work
New O'Couni'H Bulldliia, MarshBeld.
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
Capital tiubscribed 150,000
Capital Paid Up 110,000
Undivided Profits 135,000
Doei a Keiieral banking buslneia and dr&wi
on the Bank ol1 California, Ran Franclic
Calif., Kir Natlcaal Bank Portland Or., Ktrt
National Bank Rowburg, Or., Hanover Na
tional Bank, New York, N. U. Kothchild 4
Bon, London, Engjand,
Alio MUamepaaearlyallha priaclpaj
rittei of Xurope:
"Abaottau keptmbjeot to eheik, Ml 4poW
ljkbof for rat-t 10 ceuti almoatn e
INTWUtST PA ON TIME DKPOaTS
For convenience of Call pa
trons the Laundry office will
be open Saturday evenings until
Phope 571 today. Our wagon
COOS BAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Marshfiflld and North Bend.
New Style and Samples j
Just Received From
f Charles JL. Stevens ,Qoa , Suit
f , Htmse, tCljlsaso, yi. t
Mm. M.ilt, SmlthiSABeBt fc
bvr. n ana B sts. Marshfleld