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on as rearing U"t ln,,,t rain
it Mould not he n good newspaper.
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newspaper, compared with f ho prr
used h) oOiei More, tiliuiilit (ti'tlrc
It eouiparutho linportnuee in th
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Established In 1H7H
ns The Count Mali
MARSHFIELD. OREGON. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1911 EVENING EDITION.
A Consolidation of TinieM. Const Mali
and (Vina liar Advertiser.
O'BRIEN 10 PART? PLAN IB
RETURN TO EU3E1 MJliD
Will Leave Sunday Via Gardi
ner and Siuslaw Over Pro
posed Route. '
SPEND TODAY IN
Highly Pleased With This Sec
tionReturn For Banquet
Unless unfavorable weather devel
ops tomorrow, Vice-president O'Urlen,
G. X. Wendllng and H. 13. Lounsbury
will leave Sunday morning for n
trip over the routo of the projected
Coos Uny-Eugono ilnv. Tno pnrty has
made arrangements for tho trip ttnd
only unfavorable weather will pro
iciit them going.
They orlglnuliy intended to come
yt Eugene over the route, but the
rainy weather of n week ago mudo
It Impracticable. So they cumo In
by boat and now plan to go out over Mew Jersey Qovemor VVantS
the routo us all are very nnxlous to '
tee the country through which tho Presidential Candidates No
road will pass. .
'inls morning tho party left on a minatCQ That Way. I
.pecial train with Supt. W. F. Miller, By ABgoclnted PrCBB'u, the Cooa Hoy'
A. II. rowers, v. 11. wniio, w.o. uiinn
dicr and u few othor local men to
j.U the Coqullle valley points. Tho
train left nt 7 o'clock this morning,
The p.an was to visit Myrtle- Point
first, return to Coqullle nnd tnko n
hoat to Hundou where they will apend
an hour, then return to Coqullle and
epeuu nn uuiir or no muru mm iuuiih
to .Morshliold on the special train tor
.k l.n...ln .a l.n nltfiih . , 'Pf.n 1f1(l
uiu utiiitiuui. iu uu bu -
dlcr hotel this evening by tho Marsh-
fli.i m.nmi...- ,f n,..,,,nr.,
11VIU VHUIIIUVI VUHIIMVivui
Tomorrow forenoon will bo spent
at North Ucnd and tho bnlanco of tho
dny In looking over tho country lin-
mediately n round tho Dny.
Haul 'IVIji Overland.
Tho trip overland wilt lie a rather
ffenuom ono. Thoy plan to lenvo
early Sundny morulug for Ton Mllo.
Then they will hnvo to wnlk about
U' miles ovor tho part of the routo
htch hns not bson cleared. Thero
V r- n tteed of Gaidluor will meet'
them with special rigs nnd tnko them
to Gardiner where thoy" will ipond
oiiiiun- nigui. .Miiiuiay awy win i"u-
ceed northward and rench Bugone
Wdnesdoy or Thursday.
Superintendent Mlllor will probably
accompany thorn ns far as Gardiner.
I'lpiwd With Country.
Vefte dny afternoon nfter tho auto
trip to North nend and Kmplro. tho
pir.y yU'ted the C. A. Smith mill nnd
remained thero until nlmoit G o'clock
Tl-o mill was revelation to them.
Mr Wend'lng who Is a big lumber
manufacturer and fnmlllar with tho
latest In mills sold that the mill was
even far ahead of what ho nhd nntl-
rlpated. desplto tho storlea he had
beard of It being the moBt modem
and un-to-dnto ono In the wor'd, Arno
Mercen. general superintendent of
the mill, went over tho plnnt with
him and gave them Interesting data
n the amount of timber here nnd tho
con of handling It as compared with
Mr, Wendllng Is figuring on build-
"B a large mill somewhere along the
pew lino and It may possibly be that
Coos Ray will be tho favored lo:a-
t'on. at any rate everyone hero U
hoplng that it will.
Last evening In discussing this
Wp around tho bay Mr. O'Drien
aid, "You can't ouote me as saying
too much about Coos Day and Its
Pwple. It's great."
it i. i-
Ull IU I-1-IIJI11-,
"Coos Day Is certainly remark-
We," said G. X. Vendllng last night,
'I was surprised In many ways today
fcy hat I saw and learned of It, I
bought that I had a general Idea of
' but I find I only knew a little about
"With all the resources here and
perfect wipe is
" only a delusion"
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 22 A
wife has n light to scold her
husband, Circuit Judge Thomns
decided J 11 refusing to grunt n
dlvorcu to Olenn C. Rttrnhnm
from hln wife, Ida Diirnhnm.
"There Ih no such thing ns n
perfect wife." J ml go Thomns
mild. "A wife has n right to
scold her husband If hu gives
her provocation. Durnlinm took
his wife to llvo with his folks.
Thnt wiib enough to mnke her
JERSEY CITY, N. .)., Supt. 22.-
Governor Woodrow Wilson has now
extended his plntform of direct popu-
inr primnries so ns to inciudo the
nomination of presidential candl-
dates. Ho enmo out lint footed In
advocation of. this plan in an addrcii
nero insi nigui. n i nave my way,
ho said, "I would lot no name come
!. . I. .. I n 1 n n I n nu.
uuiure mo iiiiuuiiai luun'mnm "
copt the nnmo ratlflod at primaries
i... .i. ....! i.. f. ... i.inn'
II IIJU IIVUIIIU I l ltlj k((tr
which will give the people direct con-
trol of their own affalrB."
R0)jers Steal StfOIig BOX With
Much Gold Dust on Alaska
Illy Associated Press lo Coos Da4
SEATTLE. Wash., Sept. 22. A
Biiprlnl to Tho Times from Knltogn,
A,nBkn 8nyB masked won hold up a
caj. on tho Idltnrod Flat Tramway,
Jono ,, ft ,,njf mlIe8 from Flat City
ycgtenla.( nn(j 8tolo a strong box
no(Ung 135,000 In gold dust, the
nroporty 0f Friend, Lnwson and
Jan)eSi Friend was In charge. Tho
robbory Was cnrofully plnnnod. A
mrg0 ,)0SS0 j8 ,)UrBulng the bnndlte.
tjie rnirond coming, you people cer-
talnly ought to build n wonderful city
),oro,' n Is up to the people of Coos
rjny. If they are sufficiently pro-
gr(sslve, nnd what they have alrendy
don0 indicates they are, and will
work unitedly for the upbuilding of
the community, It Is hard to fix n
nmt 0n what can be accomplished.
pactions nnd knockers do not build
up n clty or community. Coopern-
jjon and unanimity do."
inoiH-ct Liberty. Inspectors Ed-
wards and Fuller arrived here yester-
day from Portland to inspect the
steamer Liberty which has been re-
built by the Smith-Powers company
- inim. in? rnfts. New and more
IUI IV.... MR ."O
powerful engines havo been Installed
and the cabin cut on me ouai.
QUICK relief from poor I1REAU
buy your FLOUR of IIAIXKS.
Have your ctlllng cards printed mi
The Ttme offle.
STOP CRITICISING US WE
WILD SCENES' IN
Price Jumps Two and Ons-Half
Cents a Bushel In Chicago
ana hour uants in Minnea
polis and Duluth.
Illy Associated Press n Coos Da)
CHICAao, III., Sept. 22. Wliott
jumped up ns much ns 2 V4 cents ns n
result of tho defeat of reciproc ty.
This wnB the extreme rise on Mny
delivery. Most of tho trading took
place nt a much lessndvnnce, running
down to 1 3-8 cents. Considerable
axe tcment was shown In onts trnd-
lg also, hitter mnrklng n gain of
1 Vj cents.
Whent closed as follows: Septem
ber, OTici December, OS G-Sc; Mny,
MINNEAPOLIS MARKET WILD !
All Want to Ituy Wheat and .'Market
Jumps Pour Ct'titH
Dy Associated Press to tho Cjos Buy
MfNNEAPOLljl,! Sept. '22. Tho
defeat of reciprocity with Canada
canned a w'ld opening on the floor
of tho Chnmbor of Commerce here
Coast - tO - C03St Birdman Drops
sixty Feet In Biplane In , Presence of Pennsylvania
NeW York. ' Fair CrOWd.
0y ABB0C,,ted Press to Ihe Coos B..vBy Associated Press to tho Coos tiny
HORNBLL, N. Y.Sept. 22 "Ward
t I. I Jll.t.A ..,... JHM. &.I.1I
rusiiuiuu imh uiKiii inn" irum nun-
son but after fly ng flvo miles, en-
i ..i.i n..o.i .. .nnohi.,., ..
drop from a holght of sixty feet bad-
KlilU IIUIIIMU VHIIDVU lltV l(WlliV
ly damaging It.
Ions Injury .
Ward escaped ser-
QUITS TIIK HACi:.
' Vnrd Dropf Out of Contest
(Dy Associated Press to tli Coo Day
LOCKPORT. N. Y., Sept. 22. I
James P. Murphy, mnnnger of Ward, t
announced t'int Ward hns withdrawn
from tho const-to-const aeroplane
rnco as a result of tho fnl! near Ad
IS STILL PLYING.
Rodgern Continues IIIk
Coast Trip Today.
Uy rtssoclated V"" to Coos Bn out the litigation that was threaten- passenger list. Her cargo wns prln
Tlmes. ed for owh.le. Mr. Dlaln loft n wll'. dually lumber, having only about a
SCRANTON, Pa., Sept. 22. C. P. dividing It between his widow and h's hundred tons of other freight.
Rodgors, a coast-to-const flyer, land- four children of whom the widow Is Among thoso snlllng on tho Re
ed on a farm two miles from here to- a step-mother. The latter objected dondo woro tho following:
dny. and ascended later to continue to t but flnnlly adjusted tho matter MrBi Ei Er ckson, Mrs. G. E. Ev-
TEN DIE IN
FIRE IN HOTEL
Fourteen Others Injured In
Holocaust at Youngstown,
i By Associated J'ress ta
YOUNGSTOWN. Ohio, Sept. 22.
Developments today indicate that
nine or ten, ail Slavs, were killed in
the boarding house fire here earl
Fourteen persons were" Injur-1
KEALLY FRESH EGGS.
THE GUARANTEED KIND.
Have your Job printing don
Che Times offici
todny- T1,ert' was a" oxc,tccl ""
to buy whent with few offerings.
'rIi iicci3 Jumped over four cent
for December mid Mny. December
opened on a rnnge with $1.0S as the
top pr ce.
This was n gain of four cents from
yesterday's close nt $1.03 7-S to
DULUTH, Sept. 22. The prlco of
whent rose 4 cents nt the opening of
the market today.
KAXSAS CITY MAHKI7r.
Dy Associated Preps to tho Cuus Unj
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 22 Wheat
Jumped three cents nt tho opening
here this morning.
LOWER AT WINNIPEG.
Associated Press to the Cons Hm
WINNIPEG. Man., Canndn, Sept
22. The defeat of reciprocity drove
the prlco of wheat down hero to
98 3-4 cents.
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 22.
TACOMA, Wnsh., Sept. 22 Dluc-
stcm wheat 85c; Portyfold, 81c;
Club, 81c; Red Russian, 79c.
CaStdlanG Drops to Death 111 1
KLMIRA, N. Y Sept. 22. "Dari.
rjovii" Cnttellnnc n Curtlss aviator
...,'. ,. , , t,
"ot Instant denth nt Mosglel, Pn., to-
day, by the turning over his machlno
while In the air nt the state fair. ;
DISMAL 1JY vicki:rshai
Attorney General Say Nothing Do
ing by Steel Trust
n Associated Press ito the Coos Hay
PRETTONWOODS.il. II., Sept.ZS.
Attorney Genernl Wlckersham lino
ftUthor zed tho following statement r
"No arrangements for the dissolu
tion of the steel trust have bean
made, nor, so far as I am awaro, pro-
posed to tho Department of Just'ce."
Kstute Settled. Tho estnto of Tom
Rlaln hns flnnlly been settlod with-
oui or court, mo esiaio wns no -
, . . -
praised at about siy.uue.
Husband of One of
Slain at Colorado Springs
(By Aseoclat i Press to the Coos Bay
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo., Sept.,
23 rony uonatoi, me Italian B" -
pect arrested In connection with he
Durnbam-Wnyne murders, Is declnr-
ed by Durnham, husband of ono or
the murdered women, to have been
In Mrs. Burnham'B company. Cer-
tain spots on his clothing which had
apparently freshly washed, am being
Ttf,tA thn llnifii n Arl
ARE SURELY READY FOR THE SLAG HEAP
JOHN L. SULLIVAN
run roit congress
BOSTON, Mobs., Sept. 22.
If present plans do not miscarry,
the voice of John L. Sullivan,
former world's chnmplon henvy
welght, may be henrd ringing In
tho lower hnll of Congress with
in n year or two. Tho candidacy
of the onc-tlmo champion heavy
weight prizefighter of tho world
has been Inuuchcd by n number
of his Democratic neighbors,
nnd Sullivan will mnke a formnl
announcement from his Massa
chusetts farm within n few days.
..,. ... ..
President Expresses Himself
Mildly Over Defeat Of !
(U) Associated Press to tho Cou Oiw
PEORIA. Illl'St. 22:-Presld8,,t
Tnft made his first reference on tho
esult of the Cnnndlan elections when
ho spoko briefly to workers at a lo-
cnl agricultural manufacturing plant,
"1 am sorry," said the President, "to
hear that in Canada they do not care
to have closer commercial relations.
... 1, ,
w,l 8, ti ,
"it reciprocity nau won.- coniinu-
ed tho President, "wo would hnye got I
dift-iiKrlciiltnrnl Inudemonta .into
cannda nt a substantial decline, biTt"7nnd.thVlberalH 84, giving tho oppo
I guess wo can get along ns It is."
Steamship Sails This Morning
For San Francisco With
Tho ueuonuo sniieu tins mornuif;
for Snn Franc sco with a capacity
.. Mrs. .T. Ornbnmo. Miss Born ce
-f --.... - --
Ragman, Mrs. F. E. Ragman, Miss on annexation had not nldod In tho
Wllimon Ragman, G. C. Ebbert, M Idefent of reciprocity by Cnnndu..
Greenlee, M. A. Epperson, L. Graft,) Clark wrote tho following: "My ro
C. F. Smith, J. Jncobs, J. Wolfo, Mrs. I marks on annexation did not do half
Nels Nolson, Roy Nelson, W. J. Han- s much to defeat reciprocity wltU
son, W. Hnnson, R. R. Dlnnogaii. Canada ns did Taft's speech In wbicli
Jewel Dlnnegnn, J. F. Cnmp, Geo. F. j10 n8sted on hurrying up tho ngroo
' Jensen, R. H. Armstrong, II. II. mont to rocpror!ty In this country
Goodnlo, Chester Ragman, jonn
How'o. Fred Rogers. Carl Grovo, Ed
ward Stone, Geo. Woodward, Ed. 8.
Moore, John Wolf, Miss L. Johnson,
Mr8 M M Dlck80n' Mrs. A. E. Mor-
ion, u. A. .Mcuraw, .m. .u, uwumii
C. H. Drown, Master Lowln, D. Low
In, Mrs. D. Lowln, A. F. Nelson, Mm
A. F, Nelson, Lois Hanson.
Cm Heanl. There was a further
tinfirlni' tnilnv nt thu ntlnntunnnt urn.
c..nK8 . Jnck T e of 0andon
ngainBt John Herron to recovor the
$49 whIch wnB nobblo Evans' shari
- of the rec0i,)t8 of the last boxing
bout bero Tftwes claimed that Ev-
anB owod him over 90 and sought to
get. n ,y attaching Evans sharo of
the purse. The hearing wns not
completed today and Justice Pennock
nova It look as thouch tho costs of
'tho litigation will oxceed the ?49 In-
Proposed Tariff Pact Defeated
In Yesterday's Election In
AGAINST THE PLAN
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Beaten by
1 E. L. Borden Who Heads
Oy Associated Press to tho Ccok I lay
MONTREAL, Can.. Sept. 22.
Canada nwakened todny confronted
with n startling new sltunt on, dev
eloped from tho fact that rccroprlclty
. with tho United States lino been re
jected, that the Laurlor government
hoH been llofented, and that II. I,
Doidon will shortly bo cnllod on ten
form u caiiKcrvnt vo mlnlBtry, .tlmU
tllu changes enacted by yostordny'Bi,
option were radical is shown by tiu.
overwhelming majority whereby tht
voters turned down tho ngreomimt
which Lnur'er had made with tho
United States for tho mutual romov-
"! ' d" " " f00'; ft"d 0thur -
" " "' ""u uo,cni
eVon cabinet ministers out of thlr
teen who wont to tho polls nnd by
the political lundslldo Which will re-.
t re to private life Sir Wilfred Laur
or ncknow,udRed 0 bo
- .00. ..n.-i iii inu iimiuii em
, . j
According to llgures conipllod thlsr
morning the conservatives elected 133
sition to r.eclr
DEFEAT 15 HUE
TO GORRIi I
Speaker Clark Says English
and American Money Beat
(By Associated Press to the Coos nay
NASHVILLE, Tenn., 8ept. 22.
When Champ Clark, speaker of tha
National House of Representatives,,
arrived here today us tho guest oC
tho Tennessee State Fair ho was ask
ed If his supposed humorous remarks
btforo Qreat 1Iritnn cou)d ostnlillsli
her Imperial policy of a tariff with
preferential rates for tho colonies."
Ho and I woro both quoted by tho
ailM.PeclrocUy ermd ,,, Canada, ho
inoixi than I, but tho chances nro tho
quotations from his speeches ami
mine did not have half bo much to
do with dofeatlng reciprocity aa did
tho corruption funds sont from both
this country and Great Britain Into
LAST CALL a few
ench 1,av,,K over co feot OCEAN
"' very cnenp. easiest ior.n.
Any LEFT after I've LEFT won't be
LEFT for side. Don't get LEFT. See
Todd, at The Chandler,
MEET me nt the SOCIAL HANCJK
I. O. O. V. Hnll TOMORROW NIQUT