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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER ,7, 1910 EVENING EDITION.
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(Dy Associated PreBs to Coos Day
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 7. Port
land won from Sacramento another
gnmo nnd Is keeping up her record
In tho lend of tho clubs. Tho scores
of. yestcrdny's games follow:
, At Pqrtland R.
.At, San Francisco R.
Lps Angeles . . . .y . . ,(.f i
..At .Vernon r- ,. , . R.
Vernon i. ,.y . . .,....,..
Chicago and Philadelphia Ball
Teams Will Battle For
CINCINNATI, O., Oct. 7. Fate
played Its part hero nt tho meeting of
tho national commission, when the
toss of n coin decided thnt tho first
gnmo for tho world's championship
Lotwcen Philadelphia nnd, Chicago,
ponnnnt winners of tho American
and National leagues, respectively,
would bo held In Philadelphia. Tho
contest will begin on Monday, Octo
bor 17, nt 2 p. m.
It hns nlwayn been a suporatltloii
thnt tho team winning tho toss for
"tho' first gnmo loses tho scries. For
this renson President Murnliy of Chi
cago was not much downcast whon
Prosldont Ron Shlho of Philadelphia
called tho turn of a half dollar yes
terday. Seven Game May Do Pluycri.
Tho scries will bo played off as
First, gnmo, Monday, October 17
at Philadelphia; second gnmo, Tues
day, Ootohor 18, nt Phlladolphln;
Wednesday, Octobor 10, train
amlnntion of tho waterway, apropos
of tho congressional appropriation of
$2fl,000 for a navigation Bitrvcy.
"Tho thrco piiglnecrB spent consid
erable time today with Hon. Dinger
Hermann, securing a lot of valuable
datn which tho ex-congressman hns
nt hand' on thlfl vitally Important
matter, Mr. Hermann was directly
associated with tho survoylng project
during Ills public career nnd It was
throuKh his urgency n few months
ago that tho Rosoburg Commercial
Club Issued tho niemorlnl that reJ
siiltqd In the, appropriation by son
grcss. "Tho engineers Joavo.hcrq, with n
crow of men totnorcpw Jto begin Jthelr,
examination of jjio jj;npa.iia ns.tq its
navigability bptwcqn, Rosoburg and
8cottsburg, n waterway ljng distance
of about 100 miles. Their report
to tho war department wlllrestilt In
either Jtho nu.thQrUiUlon of Hjo, In
definite voBtponomcnt of tho Buryeyf"
PROVES A -!
YOU ARE HEADED IN THE RIGHT
North Bend News
Rom To Mr. nnd Mrs. F. Miller,
Octobor 4, a daughter.
Horn To Mr. nnd Mrs. O. Hlgloy,
October 5, n daughter.
Tho orator, Mlchaol Fanning, will
lecturo nt tho Eckhoff hall Instcnd or
nt tho tabernaclo Friday evening.
Walter, tho son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
R. Hunter, Is alto III. Ho is threat
ened with pneumonia.
Mr. nnd Mm. Frnnk Saunders of
Empire City nro hero with their boh.
Jack, who Is receiving medical treati
nient. Ho sustained Injuries about
a year ngo thnt havo proven roHoiibj
The family Is staying nt-tho Drown
Tho Mothers and Teachers' club
met and elected tho following offic
ers: Mrs. C. A. McIColly, president?
M- Gi'orgo Mnu'dlgo. ylco nresidont;
Mrs Whllese!, Becrotnfy. Mrs. Kcn-i
nody gave n splendid tnlk on domes
tic science. Various other Items of
liusfuosB wero transacted.
iiinhdam: is fined.
Gardiner Sinn CoiivIcUmI of Shipping
Dyiimurto iin Ilnron.
PORTLAND, Ore, Oct. 7. Plond-
Ilng guilty to hnvlng placed dynnmlto
In boxes, labeling them ns containing
'bacon," and shipping them aboard
tho passonger steamer Eva, O. R.
trn Hlnsdaln paid n flno of $R0 in the
from Philadelphia to Chicago; third .united States court.
gnmo, Thursday, October 20, nt Chi- Hlnsdalo Is ono or tho proprietors
wigo; fourth gamo, Friday, Octobor nf tl10 Btenmor, plying upon tho
21, nt Chicago. jUmpqtin river, and tho company, rop-
In enso other games nro required jrosonted by Mr. Hlnsdalo, Is nlso tho
to sottlo superiority, n firth gilmo owor "' Boncrnl storo, which sup
wlll bo played Octobor 22, after pUp" K00dB to Ul fnrmorB n,Ml ,0
luirrlod run In n speclnl train fronJK,nR cnmpft "H""'0"' n''0 tho ow"
Chicago to Philadelphia, nnd In woof nrdlnor. In tho clonrlng of land,
another gnmo Is required. another !K,nnt nowr hns nlwnya been rec-
liurrled run In a special train will "h"'0'1 " n oiicciivo ngent to mnst
lio mado from Philadelphia to Chi- .B,ln from tho ground, and it was
cngo In time to play tho sixth gamo c,inrKe(l th?1 lho nMvo was fro
1n Chicago, Sunday, Octobor 13. .im-nlly ofdercHl by tolophono.
If tho series should not bo 8ot- , ' rt nrrested last Noveni
tied by this tlmo, the place of p.av.ng, ! , ""' " TSL?"'!!
tno soventh gnmo will bo dotonnlned . " ,, ,,., '" """ ,l"
by tho toss of a coin. I ', """? " '.T th0 Kva' ,B' V,n1"
Tho umpires for the big serlos will
bo Ulgler and O'Dny for the National !
Lcaguo nnd Connelly nnd Sher'.dan
for tho Americans.
Tho plnyors ollglblo to tako part
In tho series nro:
Chicago National League Club.
Archer, Deaumont, Drown, Col,
Chhnco, Evors", Fovon, Hofmnn.
Kllng, Kanq. Melntyro, NtHuIham
Overnll, Prelffer, PfoUtor. Rlchlo.
Itoulhich, , Shecknr'd, Stolnfold
GchHilto, Tinker. Weaver and Zlnunor
l'fillailelphlarAnieilcan League Club.
Atkins, Ronder, Dnrry, Raker,
Coombs, f Qolllns, Donohjo, Dygertf
Davis, Derrick, Housor Hartzol,
Krauso, Tpp, Llvlngslnn, l.rtnl!
Morgan!, Murphy, Mclnnes, Oldrlng,
Tlank, Thomas, Struck.
ino scorers soiectod nro Frnriclq
Rlchtor or Philadelphia nnd Tnvlor
Spink of St. Louis.
'John Hoydler, secretary to Presi
dent Lynch of tho National League,
nnd Robert McRoy, secretary to
President Johnson or tho Americans,
wero soiectod business managers.
Reserved sent prices wero fixed at
from $1 to J3, whllo tho prlco Tor
gonoral admission will bo 50 conts.
As usual, tho players will recolvo
60 por cent of tho proceed of t
first four games.
tlon of tho United States rulo con-
corning the safety of pnsaengers on
nt on in vcssMs. Tho steambont own
er was convicted by means of bill
heads, covorlng tho chnrges ror tho
Very shipments or "bacon" upon
which tho complaint wna fouiuled
and which wero charged as dyna
mite. Tho case Is tho first prosecution
of this kind over mado on tho Pacltle
coast, and whon tho nrrest was
in n do at tho Instance or Assistant
United Stntpj Attornoy Kvans, ati
tracted attention "throughout the
United States. ' '
Testimony From an Oregon
Town Voted Dry Two
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, Thoro.Is probably no, man In ho
world who is nioro of a prohibitionist
than tho editor of tho ItomUcr, .nor
who realizes moro fully the great
detriment that tho nbutso of the ubo
of liquor IB to tho human race. There
Is n right nnd sane way of relieving'
tho United States ot this evil, and
thcro 1b n wrong nnd lnsnno way.
Tho wrong way is the endeavor to
prohibit Its ubo or snlo In ono local
ity, whllo tho residents of mi ad
joining Btnto, county or precinct nro
allowed tho privilege. This has been
'so nbiindnntly and conclusively prov
en wherever It has been attempted
tliur It In the MggCNt part of foolish
iicnh to attempt it In new localities.
For Marlon county to bo wbt nnd
Polk dry Is a discrimination thnt
works unjustly to tho latter in a
business way mid does not materially
nffect tho snlo or ubo In this county
ono lotn. Tills has been conclusively
shown during the two years In which
tho local option law has been In force
In this county.
Front n moral standpoint, nnd wo
know whereof wo Bpcnk, tho result
Ii'am been worn lliun If well-regulated
Kl(k)tm tun! Ikvii allowed, and wo can
clto' h'undreds of Instances ot our
nightly ex'porlenc'6 to pro'o this as
sertion. Taking" our own town, for
example, It is no misstatement that
there In moru liquor hero than thcro
ever was lieforo and Instead of a fow
places being tho repository for such,
It can bo found most nny plnco, place
that you would taint MiKKct, loo.
Wo would naturally expect that tho
first result of such a lnw to bo tho
keoplng of liquor from thoso who nro
Injudicious In Its use, nnd nbuso the
prlvllcgo of its open sale. Now, can
you toll us ono mnn In this midst,
who hns been, In tho habit, of drink
ing to excess, who has been profited
by prohibition, who does not under
tho local option law get ns much iik
ho wants and go on lits M-rlxllcnl
drunks tho same ns ever, if not u lit
Can you point us to nny boys whoro
tho temptation of drinking hns been
romoved? As n mnttcr or rnct, It
has lipcii placed under lliolr noses
moiv than over, as nny ono who cares
to rind out enn readily see ir they
nro on our streets Into at night or
enrly In tho morning. Ponder this.
(Paid adv. by II, R. Vnrowoll.)
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When-yoU'Como to us for your FALLpUTFOy ,v
whettierit b.e a,SUL RAINCO'AT,or OBQRff.,
VJQ show4 nioreiSMAflT MODELS mgrEQUISITE
PATTERNS and richer textures, than ypu, will find anywhere
else in Marshfield We invite you to come where the choice
of CORRECT, THINGS is greatest and QUALITY ,
invarinhlv sunnrinr. ' ' ' '
WEHAVE ' a6e)ED i:fOVOtJR: SriOE
"" DEPARTMENT The World Famous
NETTLETON SHOES, Priced at
$6.50 and $7.00.
OUR BENJAMIN CLOTHING has just
arrived. It is now UP TO YOU to LOOK
Cash Only! Money Talks!
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Hub Clothing & Shoe Co.
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Prlsco laXTKUXS at MILKER'S.
Savo money by
Trolling SPOOXS nf MILKER'S.
I Order Your Two-Foot Wood Now !
While it lasts, orders will be filled promptly
We are equipped to deliver your other wood
promptly. Give us your order now. $2.00
for 12-inch stove wood, and $2.50 for tim
ber ends per dump load.
PHONE IN YOUR ORDER NOW.
ono-hnlf tho. flno will go
tioi jp, Uio-liniida'Qf tho gov
ofriclali? r --
MAY OPE.V rIPQr..
Rnruy to Make It Kavlgablo Mny Bo
An Investigation of the Uumpquii
rlvor na to Its bolng made nnvlgn
lilo Ih to bo mado. Regarding it tho
ItoRoburg Rovlow snya-
'Trodorlck B, Kcofo, James E
Kolloy and II Barclay, of tho on-
. Melius mTlBIOn Of the VnUoA
Wo havo u flno lino of fresh fruit
and vegetables for Saturday orders.
Oho us your order early mid wo will
oo that delivery Is prompt. Herq
aro somo ot them:
Sweet Potatoes, Pumpkins,
Quinces, lllnck Hucklelwrrles,
lllack mid Whito Figs.
Extra fancy Honey In frames.
Feed them CoiiImmi's Egg Tood-a
little scrap glvo 'em n pile of grit to
dig In, and then bring your oggs to
Stauffs. You will havo somo to
bring in If you buy CouWn'a Egg
Producer, nt ourplnce. Wo havo a
now food Dairy Chop and Mid
tilings, mixed.- Ask" us about It.
Chickens go wild over it.
Swtls for fall sowing Clover, Or
churd GniM Italian Rye, etc.
Wo slice boiled ham and bacon
whllo you wait, on our now Storllne
Sltcer. Every piece the same thick
ness. "At tho Place of Good Tilings to Eat,"
G. A, SMITH
I Lumber & Manufacturing Co.
Retail Yard 182 S. Broadway. . JRfiont.W-i
Trout nnd Commercial,
Fancy new rigs, good horses and
careful drivers are now at the dis
posal of tho Coos Day public at
Rigs or rigs with drivers ready for
any trip anywhero any tlmo. Horses
boarded nnd rigs cared for.
Now hearse and special accommo
dations provided for funeral parties.
W. L. CONDRON'S
Livery & Feed Stables
South ltroadwny, Slarshfleld
Home Additioh fd'.fetside
Have That Roof Fixed
NOW ON THE MARKET
This addition la Bi,,i iw,ji.., . . , nv,tsIdo MM-
, The lots aro 100s2H nnd larger abot eight ordinary lots; "4 i
J Prices aro $150.00 up for thes 'largo tracts. M i
a This plat was filed recently, and wo havo only T
a ots remaining unsold. This Indicates that tho property Is Mei J
a 'ns to purchasers, and anyone wishing to secure a lot should ?
a promptly. Terms one-half cash, balance equal payments, 3, . ?
and 2 wontn8. For particulars, see J
t Zit!!eA Guarantee and Abstract Ca a
, General Agents EASTSIDE . Henry Songstacken. M6ef' h
will Mill Saturday, Oct. 1, tvonx Port
nml for Coo., ljy. Qinler your freight
shipped on her.
a A .Ao mwZ'
G. W. Bungan
O. F. McGKORGB, Agent.