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THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, IttARSHFIELL.OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1908.
COOS BAY TIMES
N rNllEITMiRNT lllirnl.KVN NUlll'll'H! I'l I -tJHE
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TTlie Coos Hay Times Publishing Co.
Xtilfredal tlie po'Iolllcent MnrhiU'M, Orc
on, for lraiinnl-loii tnruiigh lliu inuiis n
econd ClavMimll null lor.
HI- C. MALOXEV. . .Editor and Pub.
i)AX E. MALOXEV Xeivs Editor
SUUSCRI I'TlOX RATES.
Ono Year ?t 00
Six months .i 30
Less than G months por month "i0
Cue Year '$1. "j0
(Continued from pago 1.)
The policy of the Coos Bay Thrs
-will bo Republican In politics, with
ho independence of which Prepiaout
Roosevelt is the leading exponent.
Address All Communications to
COOS HAY DAI A TIMES
Mnr.sliilrld - - Oregon
ITHE GOSPEL OF GOOD WORDS.
Tho attitude of the Coos Bay
Times under the able editorial man
agement of Mr. Maloney is so fair
.and friendly to all the towns and
communities of our county that press
stnd people are congratulating them
selves over the advent on tho bay
i mining deal possessing tho earmarks
'of the Airs. Chadwick transactions.
The use of tho lawyer s name, it is j
alleged, was a part of tho whole j
I scheme, tho letter with hia forged i J
I signature being used to how the in-jj
,7 ' imiiicy caisuiik uuiwueii iuia. jiubliu ,
and Lloyd. Nasburg asserted that, i ;
after putting his money into the won-1
derful scheme of pooling the Com-
stocks and not receiving any returns, I J
lie wrote inquiring letters to Mrs. i
Austin, who, he said, was engineer-1 J
ing tlie deal, and received in return i
n letter purporting to bo from Lloyd I
to Mrs. Austin. Along with thi3 let-!;
to be positive. Things of which I ! tor. ho said, was an explanatory note
connot write have transpired to alter ; from Mrs. Austin. His fears, instead
plans. Trouble, arose over Mr. jof being quieted, wero aroused to a
P., who owns control ot the C. and ', greater extent, the letter on the face
C. shaft, and the mine was wanting 'if it being a nalnable fraud, and prior
further interests, and they, fearing I to returning he photographed it.
if they did not concede to his terms I Holds Proof of Fraud,
(which were preposterous) ho would "When I discovered," said ho,
allow the water to rise in the shaft j "that Mrs. Austin did not know Lloyd
by an accidental (?) breaking of j or any of the other big people, I
pumps. Consequently they were never for a moment Imagined that
compelled to finish tho Ward shaft j she would deny having bent mo the
and get air through the southern ex-j Lloyd letter. When she did, the only
trcniity, to be perfectly independent proof, besides that of the photo
of F. Just how soon the II. I graphs I took of the letter, was an
and X. will jump is a matter of con-I explanatory note which accompanied
Jecture. It may come any hour. This ' the forgery. I telegraphed to my
Is tne condition. The mine has 112,- business partner in Marshfleld, Ore.,
000 shares SO, 000 of which Is lock-I to look through my desk and re
ed up In a pool. Two hundred is the ! ceived in reply a telegram stating
price set on that amount. They have that it had been found among some
another pool of 20,000 and $40 is ' old papers in tho desk. This note, in
the price agreed upon that. They , tho handwriting of Mrs. Austin, to-
nave put tneir mentis in, whose stocic , gether with the photograph ot the.i
aggregates over 8,000 shares ( people j forgery, I considered sufficient proof
who know of the large body of ore). to have the matter laid before tho
Then, tliere is over 8,000 shares short i grand jury. The explanatory note,
on the proposition. They do not want j together with affidavits from persons
the stock to go until they are ready I to whom I showed tho forged letter,
to show an immense oro body and will be hero next Tuesday morning."
make the shorts fill at $40. Since the accusations against Mrs.
riiero will not be a bonanza ore body Austin various efforts have been
DOCTOR 11. W. RAUMRAUGII
Physician mid Surgeon
Liseases of Women and Cltlldron.
Office Rooms 209-10 Coos Building.
The Steamer Eureka landed me the most
Up-'Io-Date line of stiff and sof hats ever
shown on the Bay. Now is the time while
they are new. Prices $3, $3.50 and $4.
iOHC.K XV. LESLIE
(iriuluato of American School of O.-leoimlliv
Olllre Hours: SI n. m. to Jji. in. Other Hours by
Aliioilitimnt. Ollict! In Niisburt,' Work
Phone 1011. Marshfleld, Oro.
GKO. IS. D1X
Physician nnd Surgeon.
Olllru-First Xnt. Hunk lllilg. Phono lfisi
J. XV. INGRAM
Physician and Surgeon.
J Office over Sengstacken's D-ug Store.
1 1 Phones Ofilco 1G21; Residence 783.
of u true booster for Coos county,
ind not merely for a section thereof. I discovered until Mr. N returns. They made by detectives to uncover her
are almost ready, though, now, and , past record. Harry Xasburg, the
ho has been cabled of a most im- j cripple whom she Is accused of hav
portant strike. Mrs. Mac- ing defrauded, admitted that he
T,he above clipped from the last
3B3UU of the Bandon Recorder is re
published in Tlie Times not bom
liasilically but in a spirit of acknow
ledgment and to spread the gospel
ioT (good words, good works and boost
2ng. The Times is a sincere and earnest
licljever in the principle of co-opern-llon,
Harmony in thought and no
tion will work wonders in the way of
achievement while discord and dis
trust destroy. Prosperous and pro
gressive cities and communities are
u result of harmonious constructive
effort not destructive. It is not
necessary to chloroform your con
science or put your principles to sleep
knew nothing of her life before her
acquaintance through her daughter,
Gives no Information.
Mrs. Austin declared that she
camo to tho coast from "the East,"
but apart from this vague Informa
tion refused to give any account of
kay is in London, growing exasperat
ea at tho delay, cabling something
must bo done at once or she would
do a little manipulating on her own
responsibility. Called Mr. M. (sup
posed to bo Mills) to London to ex
plain things, which ho did."
Xo Pool in Comstofks.
buch is a fair sample ot the letters. ! her life. Detectives are lookintr tin
The others deal with the secret 'her rennrrl nnrl it- Ir oviipprrxl Hint
scheme to rehabilitate Comstocks. I the same mail that will bring the ex
Tlie letters were addressed to Lock- planatory note from Marshfleld will
hart and Claude Xasburg and were convey a resume of her career, the
in reply, so they say, to letters asking, information being given by a man
when tlie returns would bo forthcom- j named Morton, a distant relative of
hig. j Mrs. Austin. Her present acqualn-
In another letter said to have been tances know her only as the friend
written by Mrs. Austin she says: of Harry Nasburg and his mother.
"Tho Comstock gold will be what will She is now sharing apartments with
build tlie new San Francisco. Tho them at tho Cornelia hotel, where she
millionaires am not need to push the has cut
n Wlfln Knnini awnt.n linn
In the interest of harmony, it things : mines before. They have all lost and of her sons is managing an apart
nrs wronc von need not endorse them they know that through their mines ment house at 1739 Pine street.
lwt let your criticism bo reasonable ' thf iB roturns will come tho quick- which Harry Nasburg admitted wad
, . . .. ,. , ., . . i est and that is why we are remain- purchased with his money and stands
and based on sympathetic helpful- .ilXB ,,, S(m Francisco." in his name.
ness rather than carping fault find-1 Investigation into tho deal dls- Both Harry Nasburg and his moth-
ing. Tho other fellow's weakness closed that none of the prominent or still stand by Mrs. Austin. An
m-ikes -i poor foundation on which l,01'sons signified in the hitters had effort was made to have Mrs. Nas-
' . . ', . t,M liiuy II001 ln Comstocks, and as tar burg visit Reuben H. Lloyd at the
xo erect your tow or 01 strcngtn. iNoas can 1)0 f0,tml out no SUC!U 1)oo outer's office and hear from him that
substantial success has over been ever existed. Claude Nasburg put tho letter was a forgery, but Lloyd
achieved by tearing down the honest i"t t-'i hands of his attorney several was told that Mrs. Nasburg was sick
fforis ot another. Ho is a very j.188 copy letters written by him to and could not see Wm. It is be-
, , i i , i 11 t, .Mrs. Austin asking atter tho pool, lioved that if Mrs. Nasburg could he
weak and narrow minded individual TllBS0 ,ottora sUow ft B1.owlng im- matlo aware of the circumstances,
who seeks to enlnrgo and advance j patience which, he said, finally (level- from an outsider she would have no
the advantages and Interests of Coos I,cd into doubt, disbelief and an in-, hesitancy in leaving the mysterious
Bay by belittling and misrepresenting vetigatlon on his i part. widow.
., , . , " "I discovered that none of these'
cnu luainura nun umui ,ii.nu ui i - )001,:0 u,10w anything of lier and
Marshfield, Oregon S
; . "Presenting Style and Quality"
A. I. 1IOUSKWORTII
Physician and Surgeon.
1 THE BEVIER ENGINEERING WORKS
OAS ENQINESand SPECIAL MACHINERY. MECHANICAL DRAFTINO
a Specialty. Shops in the North Bend Wollen Mills
SAILS FOR EUREKA Saturday, April 4th
ATo rcser ui.uns held
nfter the arrl ot the ship unless ticket y anight.
F. S. DOW, Agent
Office second floor of Flanagan and
Bennett Now Bank Building.
Residence, two blocks north of
Crystal Theater. Office Phono
1431. Residence Phone C5C.
Francis II. Clnrko Jacob 51. Blnko
i Luwrenco A. Llljcquiiit
CLARKE, 15LA1CB &
Times Building, Marshileld, Ore,
United States Commissioner's Offlos,
jr. XV. BENNETT,
Office over Flanagan & Bennett
Marshfleld, .... Oregon
C. p. Mcknight,
Attorney at Law.
Upstairs, Bennett & Walter Bloc
Marshfleld, - - Oregon
Mrs. Austin defended herself by '
saying mat tno letters wore never
FOR FAIR IM AUGUST.
iullle. Myrtle Point and Bandon. The that tho wholo thing was smoke,"
resident of Marshfleld or North Bend .said he.
who seeks to discredit the public
spirit or resources of either city nt , Wrltton by her. Handwriting exports MiipmIiIU-IiI anii ConUibuto jMoiicy to
the expense or tho other Is even more have boon put to work on tlie case. ",Kc 1!'K L"os ,ay tatiiei'iny;
foolish. There Is no criticism that She "1 bbb ojtlns the C lorn- j solicltlngcommittee of tho
jimy bo made of any city on the . l"c ; i.?,..'10. .,N"?.b",.?.a' W S chamber of Commerce to secure
. , .. . . . ., , ' ouv,- ui-uuvvu ilium ti (utjuii jiruijuaiiiuil r,,., tr, , ..,. i. . .u.i.. ,.
.jirniuaiiia iiuu niii iitii uu uiiuruu . that time
vlth equal truth of the other. What-1 "What nin'do you glo Claude Nas
vvit of good mny bo said of ono is burg liromlssory not".s instead of a
equally applicable to the other. If . contract?" alio was asked.
' . . , , . , I gave him those notes to relm-
JhU Is true, and it cannot bo bho- IUPao hm for wlint ho hnd ltwt 8hl
oesjiuiiy (lenieti, wny not rocognizo , said. "JIo luvo.sted on my advico and
It. Why not speak tho good word?
Wo are neighbors, God, geography
Mini fate havo mado us that. Why
nt be friends? Lot us rejoice ln
each others good fortune and wo may
Bhii.ro 11. If it be ill, to shnro it
lightens tho burden of woo. Tills
spirit of sympathy and mutual help
fulness will hasten tho goldon era
of progress and prosperity lu which
wo all deslro to live.
lloro Is tho view of practical town
building taken by the Daily Kast Ore
3,'onlan: Just now many towns of Oregon
Jind tho Piicllle const nro raising
enormous sums for advertising in tho
'East, They aro making appeals to
intending homeseekers and aro plac
ing Iholr advantages heforo tho pub
lic ln na attractive manner. Thou
they sit down and wait for something
'But tho town of Independence has
ntloplod tlio most practical means of
municipal resuscitation that could bo
conceived. Instead ot raising largo
sums for advertising, they havo rals
ed iho sum of $D,000 for tho purposo
of oslabllshlug a fruit connory which
will employ about 50 peoplo,
"This cannery will consume all tho
aurpus fruit grown ln tho vicinity of
Independence, and will thus encour
g iiubnrdists to plant more trees
nnd pioduco more marketable fruit.
'M -u'lll furnish a largo payroll from
iho town, which will bo immediately
returned to circulation by the om
ijiUft'Mt mid will thus stimulate and
utrongthoa every bttslnosa in tho
"Tho expenso of ndvortlslng exton
islvely In the East would havo been at
Icnihi $2,ri00. For double this sum
xlioy havo started a cannery which
will bogln at onco to bring returns.
It will bring now peoplo into tho
town to iliul labor and muko homes.
It will swoll tho schools, add to tho
taxnblo property and glvo nov vltal
Jty to ovory eutorprlao in Independ
ence It Jsi an example worthy of
'XJtY UUTTAinvs PURE.
I frit responsible
"Did you reimburso all tho friends
"1 did," said Mrs. Austin. She did
not remember how much hud paid
out to tho friends sho had thus
fho report of tlie investigation
came as a distinct surprise to tho feet
at the Cornelia hotel apartments in
O'Farrell street, In which Mrs. Aus
tin wtis a popular figure, Eiforts on
tlio part of detectives, agents of at
torneys and others to see her met
wit. i a strenuous objection on the
part of tho management. It was In
vain that the detectives pointed out
to tho proprietor of tho hotel that
tho place would not gain in roput
no persisted In interfering with
"I will not have my guosts Inter-1
ferod with!" shouted the proprietor,
to all requosts to see Mrs. Austin, i
A lorgery has been uttered, said
luiius to cover the preliminary ex
penses of the Second Southern Ore
gon district fair, which will be held
on Coos Bay August 2Gth to 2 9th in
ciualvo, continue to meet with good
success. In addition to tho $1,500
heretofore subscribed, tho following
now subscriptions have been re
ceived: E. L. C. Farrin $10
i C. Levar 10
Codding and Robinson 5
Bert Schoonmaker 10
g Portland & Coos Bay S S. Line
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
-OKE & COKE,
Attorneys at Law.
Marshfleld, .... Oregon
California and Oregon Coast Steamship Company
B. W. OLSON, Master.
MARSIIFIELD DANCING ACADEMY
Odd Fellows Hall.
lloiulay niul Thursday Afternoon nnd Evening
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. Sh.iv, Agt.
Couch St. Dock, Portland, Ore. Marshfleld. Ore., Phono 441.
Anti-Comstock load try E.nt-
to if 1
f' " wvv KtlVIVIi Otl! j i
the deteeUve, "and It Is our duty to Z WL , r j r ,l a h j
run it down. If you persist in taking Where Cj0od CIon Are Made
your stand wo will be forced to resort' , i , t , , t , ,,,,,,..
to sterner measures." As a result of i
tho peculiar conduct on the part of
the management of tho hotel, a
watch was put upon tho placo.
idoyd declnred yesterday that he
Intended to run tho matter down, and
when sufllclent evidence had been se
cured put the matter before tho grand
GOES TO Glt.WI) JURY,
Tho Monday Issue of the San Fran
cisco Call published tho following ns
the basis on which the case will bo
presented to (he grand jury:
Important discoveries mado yester
day in the Investigation of the un
authorized use of the name of Knii-
ben 11. Lloyd, tlio prominent attor-lf
ney, in connection with mythical I
iiiliilttir i .in .. ....... I.1...1 .1... .f '
"""" Mi-mn iMiMuiiu inn cuiineciing
links in the chain of evidence which
litis been gathered within tlio last
week, and the entire matter Is now
ready for the attention of tho grand
jury. 'Clio Investigation has been
pushed by Attorney 13, B. Young nnd
directed agaliibt Mrs. Fannie M, Aus
tin, n mysterious widow resbUllB at
tho Cornelia hotel npartimintfl, who
was accused by Claudo Nasburg of
havluc iieeced his family out of Urc
bums f money throuch a dcaatlc
DOX'T MENTION IT
The pleasuro Is ours, tho De
light and Profit all yours, when
because its all Rluo Stein Hard I
AVheat Vlour. i .
Costs yon nothing if
wo don't mako good,
Try it and see
Ask your grocor for
North Bend, Orvgon
for Southwestern Oregoa.
MASTERS & McLAIN
Retail Dealers in
Hair and Wood Fibre
Office, Broadway and Queen Streets. Plume Main 2011
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For a good Hatch use the
JOHN W. FLANAGANJAgt.
OrdcrYour Settings JW For
Rhode Island Reds
Price $1.50 Per Setting
SpcciaUPrice on Incubator
A Street Wharf
Fresh, Suit, Smoked nnd
canned fish; in fact all kinds of
fish in season.
Wharf back of ..
Steam Dye Works
Ladles,' and Gouts.' Garments
lcuued or jij cd,
Philip Barker, Pr9pnw.
TH0MAS0N & HANSON
'Hay Grain and feed'
Free Delivery Phono 1731
Will call nt jour house. Li'tivo orders nt Mc
stoiuoruadrcDiUcu'l Del., l'nhtotliii-.
MKH. J. OOLDIE
It. ALI1ERT AREL,
Contractor lor learning or all klndo.
Call R. A. Corthell.
For all kinds of carpentering,
building and repair work. Show cas
es and offlco furniture a specialty.
Phono 5G1. Corthcll's Delicatessen.
RS. GERALDIXE MORRIS,
Pure Italian Method, Artistic Singing
Studio in Xasburg Ulock.
Ry J. F. O'RIELLY,
Address Ro.v 210,
ELMER A. TODD, Director
Coos Day Academy of Music.
Voice, Piano Pipe Orsnu. Harmony etc., trom
beglmitiig to pradimtlou, Sinners coached in
stylo diction mid Interpretations, for opera
oratorio or concert work
Jfew O'ConiiKll nuildlne. Marshfleld.
Flanagan & Bennett Bank
Capital subscribed IW.000
Capital Paid Up UQ.000
Undivided Profits ttf ,000
Poet a Kcnerat brtnknp buelnen and drawi
on the flank oi California, Han Kraucltc
Call!., First Jiatlcaal Bauk Poriland Or., Kirn
National Bank Roseburg, Or., Hanover Na
tlonal Bank, New York, N, M. Kuthchlld A
Son, London, England.
Jklo mU ohaugo on neatly. U th principal
eltlea ol Europe. r
ItkiFboes ir rent t NTtontt Abath e
&mutsT pa w Tftir KFan
For convenience of Call pa
trons the Laundry office will
be open Saturday evenings until
Phops 571 today. Our wagon
COOS BAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Mnrshflnld and North' Rend.,
New Styles and Samples
Just Received Frpm
A Charles A. Stevens Coat & Suit
-f tfouse, Chicago, IR.
frs. Xf. ItV. dmlffa, 'Agent.
or. Flret Kif B sts. IfarBafleld