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PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT URGES
ACTION AGIST STANDARD OIL
Causes Federal Prosecutors to
Get Busy In Chicago Rebate
WANTS LARGE FINE
Will Endeavor to Thwart Rock
efeller's Plan to Secure
(By Associated Press.)
CHICAGO, 111., July 25. Presi
dent Roosevelt has Informed Attor
ney General Bonaparte to take imme
diate steps to forco the prosecution
of the Chicago rebate case against
tho Standard Oil Company, the $29,
240,000 fine and verdict of guilty In
the first case having been set aside
by the Circuit Court of Appeals the
other dny. President Roosevelt in
sists that tho Standard Oil Company
bo punished for the violation which
he characterizes as a flagrant one.
Roosevelt's statement had the ef
fect of a galvanic oattery on tho gov
ernment's legal forces in Chicago.
District Attorney Sims and his assist
ants are straining every nerve to re
gain the 129,240,000 fine without a
new trial as they realize that a sec
ond trial even in the event of convic
tion will mean a much smaller fine.
They base their hope on the theory
that Bonapaite's case against Stand
ard Oil Company can bo carried to
the Supreme court of the United Sta
tes and that though an application
of tho writ of certiorari, they may
also petition for a rehearing before
United States Court of Appeals.
Refuse to Compete In Event
Which Carpenter Was Dis
(By Associated Press.)
LONDON, July 25. Hallswelle
won the 400-metre flat race easily to
day in fifty soconds flat. Tho time
was a great disappointment. He
went to pieces on the finish as in
Thursday's race in which the Ameri
can winner, Carpenter, was disquali
fied for alleged fouling of Hallswelle.
No Americans ran In tho run over
on account of the judges having dis
qualified Carpenter. Hallswelle had
no competitors in today's race.
Ahearno of tho United Kingdom,
won the running hop, step and jump.
McDonald of Canada, was second,
and Lawson of Norway, third.
TI laaj Si 8BAi (Iujnf B.auJBanv
The final 110-metre hurdle was
won by Forest C. Smlthson of Port
land, Oregon, a member of tho Mul
tinomah Athletic Club. J. C. Car
rols of the Chicago Athletic Associa
tion was second. A. B. Shaw of
Dartmouth College, was third.
The time was fifteen seconds, a
new world's record.
Tho American team won the
1,000-metre relay race. The Ger
man team was second and the Hun
garian team, third. The time was
three minutes and 25 2-5 seconds.
The Americans were not pressed at
This was tho last event of the
Olympic sports. Tho modals and
diplomas are being presented to the
winning athletes this afternoon.
Meet mo at tho MELROSE TO
MORROW and enjoy a chicken
We are selling STEEL RANGES
AT COST for tho next 30 days.
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IN RUN OVER
THE DAILY COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON,
W. F. Walker Who Looted
Connecticut Institution of
$500,000 Is Sentenced.
(By Associated Press.)
HARTFORD, Conn., July 25.
V. P. Walker who looted the Sav
ings bank of New Britain for more
than $500,000 in securities, pleaded
guilty to four counts In the in
dictments against him In the Su
perior courts today.
His sentence is not less than five
years on each of the four
counts. Each sentence is to take ef
fect on tho expiration of each pre
Tho four counts represented the
embezzlement of $470,000. He was
indicted on thirteen counts for
wrongful use of the bank's funds and
six counts charging embezzlement of
securities of the Connecticut Baptist
Convention, amounting to $G0,000.
Walker is said to have made a full
confession. He was the victim of
JIEAUST WON'T RUN.
Declares He Will Not Accept Nomina
tion For Presidency.
(Bv Associated Press i
NEW YORK, July 25. W. R.
Hearst arrived from Europe today
He states emphatically that he will
not be a candidate for the presidency
on the Independence League ticket.
President Roosevelt Approves
Dismissal of West Point
(By Associated Press.)
OYSTER BAY, July 25. Presi
dent Roosevelt has approved of the
dismissal from the United States
military academy at West Point, of
eight cadets found guilty of hazing
Sec. Loeb stated that the men can be
reinstated only by congressional ac
tion. WIIEN you have tried the other
fellow, THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE
HOME The Melrose.
$35.00 Will buy you a lot 50x100,
near Ocean Beach at Bandon. See or
call at Bennett's land office, or Stuts
man & Company.
BUY your jelly glasses at the Co
Bay Cash Store.
Severe Electrical Storm
Sweeps Over Pennsylvania
and New Jersey.
(By Associated Frees.)
PHILADELPHIA, July 25.
Three lives were lost, several people
were Injured and much damage done
by a severe electric storm in eastern
Pennsylvania and New Jersey last
night and early today. The dead
Katherlno Wagner, 5 years old,
killed by lightning at Camden, N. J.
Chas. Koysler, 12 years old, struck
dead at York, Pa. Another mem
ber of tho family was Injured.
James Cumliss was killed by
lightning la this city.
LAND FRAUD CHARGES
Harry H. Miller and Frank E.
Kincart, Convicted In Ore
gon, Freed In California.
(By Associated Pres3.)
SAN FRANCISCO, July 25. The
charges of selling government land
which had been granted them by the
Wm. Cox Begins Action For
Heavy Damages Against Lo
cal Railway Company.
Wm. Cox for many years an engin
eer on the Coos Bay and Myrtle Point
Railway and who was severely in
jured in an accident on the road
about a year ago, has served notice
on the Coos Bay, Roseburg and
Eastern Railway and Navigation
Company, through his attorney, Mc
Knight and Minot, of suit for $30,
000 damages. Mr. Cox In his action
alleges that he has been permanent
ly disabled and that the accident was
caused by the neglect of the company
to keep Its road and equipment in
proper condition. Mr. Cox lives in
Marsbfield. The suit will probably
"omo up for hearing at the next term
General Manager Millis Starts
Twice-a-Day Service to
Beginning Monday, July 25, twlce-a-day
mall service will be Inaugurat
ed between Coos Bay, Coquille and
Myrtle Point. Announcement to this
effect has been made by General Man
ager C. J. Millis of the C. B R. & E.
Ry. & N. Co. The additional mail
facilities are the result of the recent
changes in train service between, the
points which is proving decidedly ad
vantageous to all of the points con
cerned. The twlce-a-day mall service will
be of special value to business and
professional men of the three cities
as it will enable them to get letters
from one town to another and replies
by mall the same day and even this
record can possibly be doubled by use
of the special delivery where prompt
service can bo had In the postofflces.
The additional traffic given the ex
tra train service was a sufficient
token of appreciation of Mr. Millis
efforts to give the best possible ser
vice and the establishment of the im
proved mall service will bo highly
gratifying to the residents of the Co
quille Valley and Coos Bay.
Bryan and Other Democratic
Leaders Urge Him to Accept
(By Associated Press.)
CHICAGO, July 25. W. J. Bryan
arrived here today. He wants Nor
man E. Mack, committeeman
from New York, to manage his cam
paign. Mack has not consented and
Is being urged by a sub-committee,
which is meeting here today wUhi
Bryan, of tho National Commltteejfto
accept tho chalrmanshlp,jpMack,
when informed of the conference, de
clared that ho was not a candidate
for the chairmanship, but that he
will serve if the party demanded.
This is generally taken to mean that
he will bo tho new chairman.
SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1908.
United States brought against Harry
H. Miller and Frank E. Kincart, were
dismissed by Judge Van Fleet in the
United States District Court today.
The case was asked dismissed
by the United States Land Office.
Miller and Kincart had been pre
viously convicted of land frauds In
Exect Steamship Back to Re
sume Old Run Within Couple
According to the latest advices re
delved here, It will be two or three
weeks before the Breakwater will re
turn from San Francisco to take her
old run between Coos Bay and Port
land. The City of Panama will con'
tinue on the run until the Break
The City of Panama will sail late
this afternoon for Portland.
The Alliance will sail from Port
land for Coos Bay this evening,
reaching here early Monday. She
will leave about Tuesday noon for
Many From Portland.
The City of Panama's incoming
passenger list was as follows:
D. R. Atkinson, H. E. Parkhurst,
J. G. Roddick, Miss Haucler, Mrs.
Wm. Smith, Wm. Smith, R. Citson,
Mrs. Bliven, A. Aya, T. Kurodi, Mr.
Kahn, R. Kalisher, M. Krumbine,
Miss Lewis, H. Rogers, S. McKay, R.
Reid, W. C. Hudson, A. J. Howard,
F. S. Hounsley, H. S. Osborne, M.
VIgars, W. S. Gill, C. R. Thompson,
F. A. Stillwell, E. S. Thbmas, E. Lau
genberg, Mrs. Campbell, E. Campbell,
Miss Campbell, Miss Maple, H. W,
Dickinson, E. A. Child, Mrs. Child,
N. Jackson, Miss Kelley, W. S. Mc
Kee, Mrs. Reamer, E. C. Allen, Mrs.
Mnngan, Miss Chard, M. J. Mangan,
B. Taylor, Mrs. Taylor, Miss Hausen,
E. W. Helm, Mrs. Moon, Miss Hore,
D. Grey, T. P. Howard, M. Kappen
baugh, J. W. Place, O. L. Regen and
Leave For 'Frisco.
The M. F. Plant's outgoing list was
Jas. H. Flanagan, Wm. Bowers, H.
Ohlandt, J. A. Thomas, Mrs. Thomas,
H. W. Painter, Mrs. Painter, Mrs. R.
Stuart, Mrs. Reichert, E. Cook, Mrs.
E. Cook, C. D. Minor, H. C. Bruver,
Geo. Quappe, E. A. Tyrlll, E. Corn
wall, W. Ford, J. E. McCabe, Mrs. L.
R. Woodward, Mrs. Drlebach, Miss
Nellie Mclntosch, Mrs. Aiken, M.
Gieso, Mr. Lacks, A. Bowers, W. B.
Honkins. H. H. Breching, E. Stuart,
J. H. Morgan and J. C. Marlard.
The Eureka sailed yesterday from
Marshfield for Eureka. Among the
passengers from here were the fol
lowing: E. F. Lampe, Harry N. Wood, J.
C. Slagle, wife and daughter, Mr.
Klldale and family, J. C. Yale, Mr.
Schmeden, Alice Schonemann, Mrs.
E. A. Williams, Mrs. Jacobson, J. Gil
christ, W. W. Caso, P. Jacobsen,
Chas W. Proctor, W. F. Kausen and
C. F. Williams.
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NEGRO ALLEGED TO HAVE
Frees Slayer In a Duplication
of the Thaw Case, In
(By Associated Press.)
CHICAGO, July 25. The jury In
the case of William T. Brantlletzky
who shot and killed Lucius Sletten,
tho Invader of his home, returned a
verdict exonerating Brantlletzky.
The story told by Mrs. Brantlletzky
of her ten months Intimacy with Slet
ten, her break with him and return
to the invalid husband, her struggles
with the dead man and finally of the
killing of him by her husband were
dramatic features of the inquest.
Coquille Umpire Gives His
Version of Last Sunday's
The controversy between the
Marshfield fans and the Coquille
team as to Umpire Burnsido's deci
sions is growing decidedly warm so
that the next game between tho teams
promises to be one of'the most in
teresting of the season.Whllo Sunday's
games between Coquille and North
Bend at North Bend and Bandon and
Marshfield In Marshfield promise to
bo good ones, the fans are waiting
for the next contest with Coquille.
Chas Baxter of Coquille. denies
the report that he refused to accept
a wager made on last Sunday's game,
declaring that he didn't hayo any
money up on the game. Umpire Burn
side has the following in the Coquille
Sentinel this week, relative to the
statement of the Marshfield fans
which was printed by The Times last
Editor Coquille Sentinel: The at
tack In Monday's Times regarding
the decision of a fair ball which the
Clam Diggers contended was a foul
ball was unwarranted and shows
they are good sports as long as they
are winning, but when they happen
to be defeated they set up a baby
cry of foul. Wo do not blame the
niittnr of Tho Times as he was
"stung" in listening to only one side
of the question while he should have
called up the undersigned or some
of the team and got their side of
All fair-minded persons who saw
tho play called it a fair ball and If
Marshfield had been at bat and the
same play made they would have re
ceived the same decision. While the
decision was close It was not as rank
as the one made by Agnew, Marsh
field's umpire at a game In that city
Juno 2 Gth when a foul ball was
counted a fair ball outside of first
baso. Players should remember that
all decisions of umpires are finals in
all cases and that whilo tho umpire
may make mistakes they are not
done from a motive of throwing a
game but from faulty Judgment.
No one haB ever found complaint
with my decisions during tho three
years In which I have umpired
games. I havo never yot been ac
cused of selling out any team and am
not afraid to havo any one look up
my past record or wrlto to tho presi
dent of the Trl-Clty League for
which I worked two years. Although
I may look llko a "kid" I am old
enough to show such follows as Mc
Keown and some of his sipart team
mates things about tho game. It
McKeown waB playing In organized J
ball ho would have most of his
salary taken from him by umpires
in fines becauso they would not Btand
for his stylo of ball.
W. J. BURNSIDE, Umpire.
No. 13. S
Los Angeles Black Man Said
to Have Planned to Serve
EXPECTS TO GET
LOOT ON RELEASE
Secured Valuable Pouch FroiM
Kansas City Union Station'
(Bv Associated Press.)
KANSAS CITY, July 25. A negro
was arrested here today charged!
with stealing the United States maltn
pouch at the Kansas City Union sta
tion, June Gth, containing ?50,00O
which was being sent from Los An- M
geles to New York.
The authorities assort that thejr
have positive evidence against hlim
and express the belief that he burled!
tho money intending to recover It
after he should be released from the?
penitentiary. He was arrested a few
days after the robbery, but was re- A
leased for lack ot suincient evidence
to convict. He has traveled exten
slvely since leaving here and return-,
Crushed to Death By Fall oft
Stone at Beaver
A Japanese miner named MasodE
was caught underneath a fall of rock:
at the Beaver Hill mine and crushed.
to death. Several hundred pounds
Of rock fell from tho top or sme ot
most severing his shoulder and part
nt tho chest. He was dead whenc'
fellow workmen succeeded in remov
ing the debris.
Coroner T. J. Lewis was called
from Marshfield and on reaching the;
scene decided to havo an inquest. A
coroner's jury was empannelled ant
are taking evidence in the case IfiTaffl
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THFATRIHAI MEN ROUGH
IT IN THE MOUNTAINS!
Members of Margaret lies Company!
Enjoy Outing In Wiius ucyonui
JAP MINER IS
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Wprhfirt Cramer who with the
other masculine members of tho Mar
garet lies Company has been enjoy-jj
Ing an outing in tno mouniainu ue-j
vnnrl Mvrtlo Point, came down to
Marshfield yesterday to meet his wife
who returned on tho M. F. Plant
from a visit at San Francisco and
Oakland. He reports that they havB
been having a fine time, being so fai
awav from even a razor that hlf
friends had difficulty In recognizing
him until the hirsute adornments haqj
Iipati romoved veaterdav. Ho sayi
that they killed ten deer and whllfl
they nave agreeu tnai eacn snoi inruiiu
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anlece. they haven't agreed as
whether ho. Ed. Meade or Jot
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inompson tuiiea mu uuu uuo, ,
and Mrs. Cramer will return to thji
camp for another week after, whlcl
they will return to Myrtle Point t
open tho soason. Miss lies and th
other ladles of the troupe will com
up from 'Frisco next week. Th
company will play in Marshfield dur
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Same good chicken dinner
FRIED CHICKEN for Sunday dl
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