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A MAN IS NEVER WISE UNTIL HE HAS BEEN foOLISll! OVER AT LEAST ONE WOMAN
A Little "Cnmpnlgn" Of
WANT ADVERTISING in Tlio TIMES
Will Put Vour Heal Estate "in
llio Market" Ef f c c 1 1 v c 1 y !
It will put tho facts nbout your
property beforo the eyes of nil "pos
sible buyers" lu town. And If
there's one of them who ought to
own It, you'll sell ltl
(toa lag 3fatt0
WANT ADVERTISING In Tlio TIMES
Will Keep the Income from Your
Furnished Hooms from Lapsing!
YOU enn renlly help tho fainllr
revenues by renting n fow furnished
rooms nnil. If you know how and
when to ubc tic clnssllled columns.
you niny keep Hint ll'tto extrn Income I
MEMBER OP ASSOCIATED VUt.ua
ns "steady ns n clock." fc.
Established In 1878
m Tho Const Mali
MARSHFIELD, OREGON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911 -EVENING EDITION.
A Consolidation of Times. Const Mnil
mid Coos liny Advertiser.
SUMNER AND VOLGKMAN PLEASED
WITH OUTLOOK FOR RAILWAY
VICE-PRESIDENT or PACIFIC
COAST STILL HOPES TO START
ATTEMPT TO BLOCK LINE
RUMORED RUT IS DENIED
ENGINEER SUMNER DISCOUNTS
REPORT THAT VISIT OF REPRE
SENTATIVES IS ON ACCOUNT.
KU.MUIl IM IU'..II,I.
A report In circulation hero
today was that the visit of Mr.
Volckmnn nt this time wns to
mnko n personnl report to tho
foreign syndicate bncklng the
project. It wns clnlmcd that
some rlvnl line, presuiunbly the
Southern Pnclllc, had ondoavor-
ed to block the llnnnclng or tlio
road Mr. Sumner represents
nnd 08 a result of this, tho for-
elgn capitalists had scut Mr.
Volckmnn to personally Invos-
tlgnto It for them. Vlco-presl-
dent Sumner or Mr. Volckmnn
could not bo seen about this re-
port but Engineer Sumner said
thnt he did not believe that
there was anything to It,
i -i . ... ,.,.... i,i .,. ..,
Declaring that ovcryth lug was lro -
grossing most satisfactorily and that
lie still hnd hopes of being nble to1
itnrt nctual construction this fnll nnd
possibly to prosecute tho tunnel
work throughout tho winter, Vice
president H. A. Sumner of tho Pnct
nc Const Lino and Pnclllc Grent West-,
em who nrrlved hero yesterdny wl.h '
0. W. Volekmnn, personnl reprcscn-,
tntlve of tho English and French cnpl
tallsts who nro bncklng the project,,
wns enthusiastic over the sltuntlon.
However, he wns reticent rolntlvo to .
the plans of the company and said
thnt ho hnd "nothing new" to BivoarrQ Number Pay Last Trib-
out. u J
"I do not enro to tnlk for publlcn- n MGmorv of Heni'V
tlon," remarked Mr. Sumner when ML IU IVIUIIUiy Ul nuny
teen nt The Chnndler lust evening. Pnnlnniirt Tnflav
"We nro not soiling nny Block In tho L-Ulliuyu. luuay.
rond and nro not asking for nnythlng. wth of fren(,8 from nU
Hesldes, I have been Informed thnt , . ,i,
activity on our pnrt or nnyono else over Coos county In attendance, tho
lends to Ims.en the-Southern Pnclflc's funernl of Henry Conlogue wns held
Activities nnd ns wo do not enro to from tho Mnrshlleld Catholic church
man them, It perhaps would bo best at 9 o'clock this morning. Tho llornl
to sny nothing." tributes were numerous nnd benutl-
.Mr. Voickiuan wns not very com- ful. Tho services were conducted by
munlentlvo. He Ib decidedly English the Itev. Father Munro.
in his dies, manner nnd tnlk. Hoi The pnll-bearers woro nearly nil
was enthuslnbtlu over tho Immense old friends of the decensed, coming
ttnnd of timber they hud seen In from Wnyno nnd Potter counties. Pa.,
coming over tho route from Eugene where ho formerly resided. All or
to lioreiice nnd thence down tho them nro now residents of Coos
const, nnd of tho fertile valleys and county. They were Jud Fltz. Clins
the cllmntic conditions. O'Ncil, Peter Tully nnd Russell Mll-
1 wns In Cubn n fow weeks ago.
wlu re it wns hit
ensely hot nnd then! nnd Dnn Conlogue and John H. Con
to Canada where it logue, formerly of Potter county, Pa.
was quite co.d so 1 can appreciate tho
Kputb.e ellmu.o here," remarked Mr.
VoliMunn. "The stand ot timber
Was Wiillflorfiil nii.l lli.i iirmllli'tlVO-
e?s of t.ie vnlloya wnou tho timber, Llfo and the Mutual I.lfo Insurance
lfc gone 1 am told is equally remark- companies. Tho logging business in
abie It is n great country. This Is which ho was Interested will bo enr
the tlrht time 1 hnve visited this sec- rlcd on by his brother, J. i. con
tain. 1 have visited Canada number logue. ,,,,
of times nnd been out along the Conn- Uesldes the wlfo and two children,
dliin railways nnd the extensions of. Mr. Conloguo Is survived u two
the railways thoro. Tho people of' brothers In Coos county, J. T. Conlo-
n . . . . . .i nmi frilrw-nA- mill Ills lnr
ur. voicKiuun snld mat no nopeu i ... ""-. - - -
to visit this section again soon. Ho 'all at tho old homo nt Whites Vnl
lms to bo In Now York the latter part ' ley- P"- . . . ...
of October and will probably return I
from there to London. He and Mr. I
Riimo. ...mi , .i.. t i,....-iin
Saury for Portland Iconloguo and Dnn Conloguo. and Pe-
Ye-terday was spent In visiting tho' tor Tully also reside In Coos county.
North Uend mills nnd fnctories, and)
today Mr. Sumner and Mr. Volckmnn ' Potato Market. Tho potato mar
will visit the Smith mills nnd plants ' ket wns swamped today when tho en-
am.i - . ... .. ..... Li i . nt .I... Ailnmc rminh nn
and as much of this section ns they
can. They nro securing some fine
views of this section with which Mr.
Volckmnn can best tell tho story of
the COtintrv thnlr lln will tnn. Mr.
Sumner has nlso gathered a lot of
lata relative to this section. I
Although neither Mr. Sumner nor
Mr. Volckmnn did not say it was the
case, .Mr. Volckmnn's expressions of '
familiarity with nnnndlnn rnllwnys
I'lKht be tnken as an intimation
tending to conilrm the report clrcu-
lated sometime ago thnt the North
-oas Lino was n project of the Can-!)aw the men were not me jisiieuimii
adlan Pacific for reaching San Frnn-mit thnt tho owner of the nets they
Cisco. Thnt report hnd it that tho wer0 operating. Sam Nass. was tho
Hill lines and Milwaukee might nlso reaj flshormnn. Judgo Coke held
unite In It. tho law constitutional but upheld the
Get Right-of-way. lntter contention. Nass who oper-
Mr. Sumner stnted that Ralph n(ea the cannery on the lower Co
Hunt, who has been working on the auti0 had nil the licenses taken out
Jlorence-Eugene section of the road jn his name but they were for the
ww-"""""vwww' net8. Ho then hired the foreigners
(Continued on pae 4.) to watch the nets.
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AND OUT TODAY
Steamship Arrives From Eu
reka Early today and
Sails For Portland
I The Alliance nrrlved In early this
'"""""B from Eureka and sailed a
few hours later for Portland.
In attempting to pass tho d rod go
Oregon, the Alllanro swung over too
far to the enst side of tho chnnncl
nnd wns held fiiBt for some time.
Among those arriving on tho Alli
ance from Eureka were:
Mrs. J. W. Nllllngcr, Gertrude
Thnrncll, llnlph Hwllblatt, A. E.
Knorr, R. E. .Inmes, A. Llmmor, J.
Henry, M. Kllner, W. .1. Edgworth.
Among tlioso Railing for Portlnnd
on the Alllnnco were:
II. It. Grnbecl, Mrs. Mlnnn Jnmscn,
J. Virgil Pugh Jr., J. Virgil I'ugli,
Mrs. .1. Virgil Pugh, W. A. Green,
.1. S. Jackson, W. n. Root, Mrs. W. 11.
Root, Willie Hoot, Geo R. Good, II.
A. Wellsted, Mrs. II. A. Wlllsted, Ro
land Ground, Mark Shaughnessy,
John Olson, Halver Swnnson, 11. n.
ucC c 8trlckI.mK u,chnn, Mnyi
Cnnt Ame8 Cnnt Woldeu.
lor. formerly or wnyno couu j, i
iiiicruicui was m iu i. u ' .
tery. Henry Conlogue carried $4,000 llfo
Insurance. $2,000 In tho Now York
An uncle .n tonioH.on...,
- .,--.. - -- ... ..
lived In Coos county uui now .e
Portland. Three cousins,
lire prUUUCl Ul n.u .......- - -
Coos River was brought to town.
FISHERMEN GO FREE.
jH,iKe Coke Decides In Fiivor of Sain
Xnss' Employes In Case.
in the foreign fisherman case from
nenr Rnndon, Judgo J. S. Coke hns
rendered n decision, upholding tho
flsiinrninn. Tho llshernien contended
tj,at the law under which they were!
being prosecuted was unconstltutlon-,
a nnd also thnt In the eyes of the,
WOMAN DIES SOON AFTER ARRIVAL
MRS. MAGGIE FRVE, FIRST
THOUGHT TO RE SUFFERING
FROM SEASICKNESS, SUC
CUMBS AT MERCV HOSPITAL.
Mrs. Maggie Fryo, who arrived in
North lloiul Sunday on the Alllnnco
from Portlnnd died enrly this morn
ing nt Mercy hospital. Apparently
the cnuse of death wns stomach trou
ble or nn obstruction of the bowels.
Mrs. Fryo wns a stranger nnd ns
nenr ns cnu be lenrncd came to the
Hay to act ns housekeeper for a North
Horn! mnn named Jack Dickchnins.
When she nrrlved, sho was apparent
ly Buffering severely from senslck
uess. She went to the Oregon hotel
where It wnB Btlll thought she wns
suffering from scnBlckness nnd not
Vernon Drops Two More
Games to Oakland While
Portland Breaks Even.
Dy Associated Press to tho Cunt Hay
PORTLAND, Oro., Oct. 13. As
n result of Portlnnd winning one nnd
losing one to Los Angeles yesterdny
nnd Vernon dropping two games to
Onklnnd, Portlnnd hns practically
cinched tho Const Lcnguo ponnnnt
for 1911. Double-bonders were play
ed by all Const lcnguo tenuis yester
dny. Tho scores:
At Los Angoles R II
Log Angeles G 12
Portlnnd 1 5
Los Angeles 1 C
Portlnnd C 9
At Onkland It H
Onklnnd 4 11
Vernon 2 4
Onklnnd 1 5
Vernon 0 4
At Sncrnmento R H
Sncrnmento 12 14
Snn Francisco 0 12
Sacramento 4 10
Snn Francisco 0 11
LATEST RETURNS FROM" ELEC
TION INDICATE SUFFRAGE
MILL CARRY RY A ROUT 2,."J00.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 13. Ro.
turns from tho constitutional amend
in out election nro still Incomplete but
tho Intest reports Indlcato thnt wo
man suffrage hns cnrrled by about
2,500 majority. Tho returns from
tho country districts showed a much
greater majority for suffrage than
oven its advocates had anticipated.
ALONG THE WATERFRONT
The tug Gleaner arrived In yes
terdny from Gnrdlnor nnd will tnko
back n cargo ot merchandise.
The San Gnbrlol, a steam schooner
of tho Gardiner Mill company, Is load
ing n eurgo of lumber at the Smith
mill for San Pedro.
Tho Advent has finished taking on
a cargo of about 525,000 at the Simp
son mill nnd will sail today or to-
morrow, probably, for san r rancisco.
It will be somo weeks yet before
tno new scnooner wnicn is ueing ouui
for tho Simpson Lumbor company at
tho North Bend shipyards will be
ready for launching.
Inspectors Ames nnd Weldon re
turned on the Alllanco to Portland to
dnv nfter Insnectlmr tho steamer
Liberty here nnd tho Maple on tho '
Both boats passed Inspec-
HAMMERER and Spun BRASS-
WARE nt MILNER'S.
BII YOU ever TRY HAINES
BECOY Ducks at MILXEIfS.
W I W N
until last evening wns she taken to
She was n woman of apparently
thirty-five or forty years old. A let
ter found among her effects wns nd
dr essed to her nt 185 Mill street,
Portlnnd. Another letter found Indl
cnted thnt she has n daughter, Mrs.
L. M. Reynolds, living nt Sncrnmen
to, Cnl. Undertaker G. W. Dungnn
Is endeavoring to communicate with
the lntter today.
Mr. Dlckehmns is employed nt tho
North Ilend livery stnbles. When
cnlled up by Tho Times todny, ho
snld thnt he knew very little about
Mrs. Fryo. He said ho hod advertis
ed for n housekeeper nnd she hnd
miBworcd it. He sent her the money
to come to North Uend with tho un
derstanding It wns to be deducted
from her wnges. Further thnn this,
he snld he knew nothing. He hns
some bnggngc thnt belongs to her but
It hns never been opened.
North Bend School Board
Not Allow It As Adjunct
of High School.
The K'orth Rend school board hns
plnced a ban on dancing classed as
an adjunct to the high school there.
At Its last meeting, tho following
self-explanatory resolution wns
"Whereas, certnln Individuals In
North Uend nre promoting n dancing
club under the name of the High
School Dancing Club, nnd
"Whereas, neither tho High School
nor tho school board has authorized
the use or the High School in con
nection therewith, conducted under
tho nusplces nnd snld dnnclng club Is
not of or bncked either llnnnclnlly or
morally by tno High school or the
bnnrd ot directors,
"Resolved, thnt tho school board
dlscountennnco tho use ot tho iinmo
High School in connection with snld
dnnclng club, or with nny project not
authorized by tho school board or
tho superintendent or the principal ot
the lllgh school."
Tho board also decided to havo two
days' vacation for Thanksgiving and
that the schools should bo closed
from December 20 to January 4 for
tho holiday vacation.
JUDGE HORDWELL MAKES IM
PORTANT RULING ON EXAMI
NATION OF PROSPECTIVE JU
RORS FOR McNAMARA CASE.
LOS ANGELES, Cnl., Oct. 13.
Today's session of tho McNnmara
trlnl has boon largely occupied with
a clash of tho opposing attorneys ovo"
a ruling ot Judge Dordwell permit
ting the examination of veniremen ns
to their views on union Inbor. Thh:
Is regnrded us favoring the McNama
rns. Tho prosecution declares thnt the
ruling will mnke It impossible to so
cure a Jury,
CULLINGS OF COQUILLE.
Coos County Seat News ns Toltl by
Clarence Davis and Miss Ida Ro
nln, both ot Rnndon, were married
nt the parsonage of the Methodist
Eplecopnl church South, Tuesday aft
ernoon. October 10, 1911. Rev. C. H.
Mrs. Tnfnar Slnglewood died nt
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jack I
Tawso In Coqullle. Oct. 12. 1011, ago j
m jeiira unu iiiumiib, ino reiuuiUB
will probably be shipped to Califor
nia for burial,
Last week one mile of 52 inch
woven wire fencing wns received by
Fred Johnson, a prosperous Falrvlew
rancher, which is probably the largest
shipment of woven wire fencing ever
received by n Coos county fnrmer.Ir,
Johnson and E. X. Moon took out
the first loads of the wire Monday
each hauling 1.800 pounds. This
makes a fine permanent fence nnd is
cattle, hog and goat proof.
You want SANITARY PLUMBING
go to MILNER'S.
TO PUT BAN
ADVANOE INTO INTERIOR
United States Circuit Court Up
holds Government's Suit
fly Associated Press to the Cons liny
WASHINGTON,- D. C, Oct. 13.
The government won Its suit against
tho so-called "Hnth tub triiBt" lu a
decision In the United Stntes circuit
court nt llnltlnioro todny. Tho De
partment of Justice wns advised that
Judges Rose nnd Prltchnrd Bustnlned
the government on nil points whllo
Judge Goff dissented.
CRIMINAL CASE LATER.
Prosecution of Member of Trut to
Re Taken Up.
(Uy Associated Press to Coos Da;
DETROIT, Mich., Oct. 13. Tho
criminal cases against more thnn a
score of firms nnd Individuals alleg
ed to be tho "Hath tub trust" will
como up nt the November term of
tho federal court hero. All tho de
fendunts have pleaded not guilty.
PRESIDENT TAFT GRANTS HE
QUEST TO TAKE SOLDIERS
THROUGH UNITED STATES TO
SACRAMENTO. Cnl., Oct. 13.
Whllo here, President Tnft today re
ceived n telegraphic request from tho
Mexican government to transport
troops through tho southern portion
of tho United Stntes to quell nn Up
rising In northwestern Moxico. Tho
President granted It.
President Tnft8 thront Is troubling
him severely ns.n result of his strenu
ous speaking trip nnd whllo here ho
had to havo It poulticed.
FAVORS NEW TREATIES.
Tuft Upholds Agm-iiieiitN Willi Nica
ragua and Honduras.
(Hy Associated Press to Coos Dny
SACRAMENTO, Cnl., Oct. 13.
President Toft's first Important
speech In Cnllfnrnln was delivered
Blivei'ii iii iiiiiiuriiiu wiiii uuuvuruii
here today on the steps of the State
Capitol. The President spoko lu be
hnlf of tho proposed treatlos with"
Nicaragua and Honduras nnd vigor
ously defended tho policy ot tho ad
ministration which he snld muckrak
ing Journals hud labelled "Dollar di
plomacy." PLAN FINE RANQUET.
San Francisco to Tender President
Tuft Elaborate AITnlr.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cul., Oct. 13.
The banquot to be tendered President
Tnft nt tho Pnlaco hotel this evening, :
will bo the largest ever given in this
city. It Is bolloved that 1,000 cltl
zens will attend. The decorations
will bo n fcaturo of the banquet. Al
bert Landsburgh has charge of this
work and Is being assisted by Edgar j
wniter, n snn i-rnnciscnn, wno nus ing elaborate preparations for on
won famo as n fceulptor, and who Is tortnlnlng tho delogntes to tlio a
vlsltlng this city nt this time. Ho mini convention of the Stnto Vedertt
hns modelled n speclnl flguro for tho tlon of Indlos' clubs which moots Ire
occnslon nnd thoso who hnvo seon It Roseburg October 17, IS nud 30.
declare thut It ranks with somo of Othor than arranging for auto rfclcs..
his host work. The Misses Worn receptions nnd othor fentuivs, JHs
havo charge of the floral nnd tnblo Albright received notice thnt tho fol
decorntlons. The plan of decoration lowing well known orators and odu
Ib not only unique but will surpass cators would bo present nnd deliver
anything of Its kind ovor done In tho nddresses during tho threo dny's ses
Unlted Stntes. Special souvenirs nnd slon: Superintendent Campboll of tlte
hnndsomo menus will bo given ench University of Oregon; Congressman:,
guest. 'W. C. Hnwloy, Stnto School mrperfn-
Tho commltteo on banquet consists tendont L. R. Aldormnn, Stnto Healtlu
of M. J. Rrandonsteln, chnlrmnn: Olllcor Calvin White, Mrs. Aimu- Zl
Uruco Bonny, John Rothschild, F. J. Crnyno, denn of tho Women's derart
Kostor qnd W. E. Avery. Imont of the Oregon ngrlculfirral eof-
The spenkers nt tho banquet wlllilego; Miss Kennedy, n popurnr rfu-
bo President Tnft, Chns. C. Mooreicntor of Salem; Mrs. Laura Dooflttle-,
Benjamin Ide Wheeler. W. B. Bourn. Vloln Franklin, Dr. Wlllfnrrr ITause,
nnd Hon. W. W. Morrow. : Mrs. Nellie Trumbull and Mr. AIur.
Tho Indies bollove that tho coming:
8EWIXO MACHINES $20 to $35 convention will prove successful.
at MILNER'S. Roseburg News.
DISPATCHES INDICATE THAT ITA
LIAN ARMY LOST OVER 1,000
IN KILLED AND WOUXDUU.
TURKS AND ARAR TROOPS
FIGHT HIiOODY UATTJLHC
YOUNG TURKS REPORTED TO
HAVE ARRANGED FOR FUNI
TO CONTINUE WAR.
LONDON, Oct. 13. Press dle
pntches from Tripoli report that titer
Italian advance Into the interior of
Tripoli hnB been checked by tliff
Turks nnd Arabs combined.
One dispatch says that the Ita
lians lost over 1,000 In kthed nni
wounded In the engagement.
Advises from Constantinople say
that tho young Turks In control or
tho Turkish parliament hnvu vote
funds to Increase tho army nnd coh
tlnuo tho wnr.
WARNER OOREN returned nt noon
from n brief hunting trip bringing;
a string of eleven ducku as proof
of his mnrksmnushlp.
NELS RASMUSS13N nnd Frank Lnlse
returned today from tho Rnsmuu
scn ranch with tho finest string oC
mnllards nnd "sprys" brought In
thus far this senson.
HANKOW REPORTED TO HAVK
FALLEN REFORE REVOLUTION
ISTS WHO ARE TRYING- TO
OVERTHROW MANCHU 1Y
XASTY. PEICIN, China, Oct. 13. Lata
advices from Hankow ludlcnto th-L
tho city has fallen ptej to tho re
volutionists and is belnt; pilings), r.uit
The uprising's objoct Is to o ten
th row tho Munch u dynnsty. Lnl Yuew
Huang, n former gouornl lu the Chi
nese army, Is reported to havo bcutv
elected chief of the revolutionists.
Three divisions, comprising 1&.0O
troops, nre being rushed to the frunC
to 'quell the uprising which Is now
causing u reign of terror by massacre
It Is claimed thnt the molutton
Ists absolutely dominate ftui pro
vinces. ASSUMES OFFICE TODAY.
QUEI1EC. Canada, Oct. 13. Tim-
, n,,i, . ., , i,i ,.. ,.. n.. i
stalled as llrst governor genenil of
FINDS ROGUS RILTx
Parties Raise 81 Greenback to $0
Note by PnMlng on Xiuulier.
MYRTLE POINT, Ore.. Oct. 13.
Cashier Suplee of tho Flanagan &
Ronuett bunk bore tho other dny dis
covered n novel bogus bnnk note
Someono by pasting the figures "20"
over tho "L" on n $1 greenback had
uindo n good Imitation $30 bill. Kx-
icopt when closely oxamlnod, tho fako-
would pnss unnoticed.
Iiob turned It over to tho utitliorltle
nnd tho perpotrator may bo appro-
bended. Whether it was dono Ihj
Coos county is not known.
PLAN FOR FEDERATION.
Tho Indies of Roseuurir are rnK-