The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, October 16, 1911, EVENING EDITON, Image 1

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VOL. XXXV
Established In 1H78
ns Tho Const Mnlt
A Consolidation of Times. Const Mall
nnd Coos liny Advertiser.
MARSHFIELD, OREGON. MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1911 EVENING EDITION.
No. 79)
PHILADELPHIA WINS SECOND OF STILL WRANGLE II M'NAMARA "CASE
uinni np niMMniniiPinn niwirn -
wumu d unnmriunanir bHVto
Defeats New York Giants by
Score of Three to One In
Today's Contest.
NO GAME PLAYED
SUNDAY IN SERIES
Plank Pitches Against Crandall
and iMarquard Giants
Have Three Errors.
(By Associated Press to Coos Day
Times.)
PHILADELPHIA, Pn., Oct. 1C
Tho athletics turnod tho tables .on
the New York Giants In tho second
.game of tho world's championship
scries today, winning by a ucaro of
threo to one. Tho Riuno wn3 a .bril
liant one and witnessed by an lm
mensa throng which packed ta-i
grounds to their cnpaclty. Tho
weather wns lino.
Tho scoro by Innings:
York 01000000 01 5 3
10 0 0 0 2 0 0 x 3 C 0
Batteries:
Mnrquurd, Crnndnll nnd Meyers,
for New York nnd J'lnnk nnd Thomas
for Philadelphia.
Need Four Victories.
The team winning tho flrBt .four
.games will bo nwarded tho world'H
championship. Tho gumoB nlternuto
between tho two cities, but If n sev
enth game 1b necessary It will w
played on neutral grounds yot to bo
selected.
Admission prices General admis
sion, $1; reserved sonts, $2 nnd $3;
boxes at Philadelphia, $3 for each
(.eat; ot New York, $25 for box sent
Inc four.
Players shnro of receipts Nine
ty per cent of tho gate of tho nrsi
four games, to bo divided, slx'y por
cent to tho winner nnd forty per cent
to the loser.
Owing to Sunday base-ball being
tabooed In Philadelphia, thero was
no Sunday game in the World's
championship writ's yestorftay.
The total attondnnco today was
56.2SO and the total cosh receipts
erp $42,902.50 which were divided
at follows: Plnyura $23,109.71.: each
club. $7,713.25. Kutlonnl ctnnmls-
tlon $4,2H.25.
OCA
FAVOfiREVQLT
Chinese National Association
In American Asks Taft to
Preserve Neutrality.
I (By Awoclnted Press to the Coos Day
Times)
SAN FRANCISCO. CL, Oct. It?.
President Tnft van appealed today by
lle Chines Nnttonnl Asaclotlon lo
"' bis Influence lo preservo noutra-
"y of tho powers In tlio strugglo for
lnileptndence now Mazing In China.
The assochi'lon which hns Its head
mtten Jn this city today wired Tat
Dd Secretary of State Knox as fol
io t:
"The Chinese National Association,
Presenting four-fifths of the Chl-
residents of the United States.
ufltlsh t'nllimliln nml Mnvlrn. nni-ll
'')' request thnt tho United States'
Wwnment use its best efforts to
nalntaiu nnd preservo neutrality of
ine powers toward tho revolutionary
'rusge now jn ,)rogress In China In
v""t mat its entity may be pre
HhM "ni1 a 6ta,)1 sovornment estab-
ALONG THE AVATERFROXT.
H8 Alltnnrft la nlimnln1 in rAflph
Wednesday morning from Port
,aa(l and sail th snmn rtnv for Eu
aid sail the samo day for Eu-
ireka.
The npllnnrln .nlln.l ..Antn...ln.. fivim
ian ,.';;:"" ""uu '""""" ""
tiin i ,s- rom uoos tiny mm
aouia reach hero early Tuesday. Sho
'.i iur aan Francisco again Fri-
Hasty MESSENGER SERVICE
fla' or night PHOXE D8-J.
IS
NEED TO WIN
2 MORE GAMES
Portland Can Lose Five Games
Yet and Still Capture
Pennant.
STANDING OK LEADERS.
4
Won LoBt P.C.
Portland .111 74 .000
Vernon Ill 85 .573
(Dy Associated Press to Coos Day
Times.)
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 1C If
Portland wins two of the seven
gnmes from Snn Francisco thta week,
she will still have the pennant even
If Vernon wins each of tho seven
gnmes with Los Angeles. Tho new
scries opcnB tomorrow. Oakland play
lug at Sacramento besides the nbnvo.
It Portland wins two and loses five
gnmes with Snn Francisco, her per
centage will lio .58S5 while Vornon
wIiib tho entlro seven gnuies, her por
contngo will only bo .RS74.
Sunday's games resulted ns fal
lows: At Lm Angeles It II
Portlnnd - S 15
Los Angeles 2 9
(Second gnmo)
Portland 3 8
Los Angeles 2 7
At Ooltlnnd It 11
Vernon 0 3
Oakland 5 7
(Second game)
Vernon 13 17
Oakland 8 10
At Sacramento It II
San Francisco 8 13
Sacramento 1 -11
(Second gnmo)
Snn Francisco 1 9
Snrrnmento S 11
Sntunlnj's RcmiKx.
Saturday's gnmes In tho Coast
Lengue resulted ns follows:
At Los Angeles R H E
Los Angoles 2 7 2
Portland 3 S 2
At Sncrnmento It 11 E
Sucrnmento 4 II 1
Snn Francisco .... 8 13 1
At Onklnnd K II K
Oakland H &
Vernon 13 17 3
Heavy Loss of Life Reported
In Engagement In Old Mexi
co Sunday.
iDy Associated Press to Coos Daj
Times.,
MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Oct. 1C
Today's advices from Ciiornnvnca say
thnt two hundred Zapatistas were
killed in tho battle at Topextla yes
terday. Seapatrla himself escaped.
HOLDUP MEX HUSV.
Threo Hnndlts Pull Off Two Crimes
In Douglas County.
nOSEHL'HG, Ore., Oct. 1C A bur
glnry followed by a holdup, both
crimes evidently committed by tho
same men, three In number, occurred
in Northern Douglas county Thurs
day. During the night tho general
store of the Leonn Mills Lumber
company nt Leonn wns entered nnd
about $75 worth of goods stolen. In
cluding three pairs of shoes. Indicat
ing that number of men who parti
cipated in tho Job. At 2 o'clock In
tho afternoon, three men held up a
man traveling by wagon from Grants
Pass to Turner, taking from him $18.
nil tho money ho had. This crime
was perpetrated nt Alcn, eight miles
north of Leonn. and nt tho samo spot
where n traveling minister was held
up and robbed last July. The ban
dits wore white handkerchiefs over
their faces and two of them used re
volvers. rri, vioHni nf the robbery reported
his oxperlence upon arriving at CoU
tngo Grove. Frank Snodgrass of
that city Is using a bloodhound, re
cently bought by the citizens of Cot
tage Grove for the special purpose of
assisting the officers to run down fugitives.
OVER 200 DIE
IN MEX. BATTLE
Counsel For Accused Man Bit
terly Condemns Allowing
Talesman Nelson to Sit on
Jury.
Dy Associated Press to the Coos Day
Times.)
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. 1G.
The opposing counsel wrangled ngntn
todny before Judge Dordwcll over tho
case of talesmen S. E. Nelson, In the
murder trial of James D. McXamara,
Joseph Scott, considered the principal
orator of the counsel for the defense,
made the flnnl argument for the de
fense asserting Nelson wnB biased
PENSION ROLL
S DECRE
Plan to Eliminate Vouchers
Peculiar Phases of Aid to
War Veterans.
(Dy
Associated Press
Times.)
to Coos Day
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 15. A
snving cstlmntcd nt $1,000,000 an
nually to tho pensioners of tho Unlt
eil States and eventually about
$180,000 a year to tho government Is
contemplated by n simplified plan for
tho payment of pensions without
vouchers, which Commissioner of
Pensions Davenport submitted o tho
Secretary of tho Interior In bis nn-
nunl report made pnbllc todny.
Durlng tho year $1H7325,1C0 wns
paid as pensions, n decrenBe of $3,-)
498,154 from Inst year, mnktng tho
total aomunt pnld in pensions slnco
tho foundntla-i of tho govornment,
$4.230,3S1,730. There were 55,580
names dropped from tho roll nnd 2t,-,
.uu noueu, leiivuig n net ihbh "i -at-985
pensioners. Tho total number
nt the end of tho year was S92.098,
tho smallest number slnco 1892.
Methods of economy resulted In n de
crenso of tho cost of administration
by $140,540, tho nmount being $2,-;
517.127 tho lowest sinco i8S2.
commissioner unvenpon b pinn.
which wns dovlsed nt the request of i
Congress nnd which will require tho'
pnssngo of n Inw, would grently slm-
pllfy tho methods of paying pensions,
result in tho making of pension
checks on tho day upon which tho
pension falls duo, oltmlnnto the cost
A
to tho pensioners In n lnrgo majori- for the llrst servlco In tho tnbornnclo.
ty of cases to the execution of pen- Some, came from up Coos River while
slon vouchors which varies from $1 North Rend was represented by sev
to $3 yearly; decrease to a consider- erul who enmo by nuto nnd boat,
able extent tho work In drawing nnd , Undoubtedly tho best sermon of
mnlllng pension checks nnd ellmlnnto the day wns the ono In tho evening
the sending of four million letters when Rev. Rutledge gnve In n earo
yearly through tho mails, snving fujiy wrought-out discourse using tho
nbout $S0.000 thereby. theme "Repentnnce." It should hnvo
Tho plan contemplates pnymont hcen heard to hnvo been appreciated,
direct by checks mnlled to the Inst yot some striking thoughts nbldo In
address of tho pensioner. Resides tho memory of tho writer. He said:
the Indorsement on the hnck of theso "Repentance Is not solvation, nnd yet
checks, tho government would re-; no gnlvntlon Is granted apart from re
quire certification by two wltnossos pentnnco. You need not think you
ns to ldontlty. In n fow lristnncos, cnn j,e gnV0(j without first ropentlng.
Commissioner Davenport snld vou- Repentnnco Is turning nwny from
chers still would bo required. bi. u s turning to God. No man
Commissioner Dnvenport told of cnn uo BftVe,i unless he will first turn
his efforts to ascertain tho truthful- away from sin.
ness of reports In tho press nnd else-; .t1io best time to repent Is now.
where thnt tho pension roll wns g0 nmny nro uniting for n more con
honeycombed with fraud. He sent vonlent time. You might ns well
Held men from ponslonor to pensioner 8tnd by tho sldo of n swift flowing
In the Washington district nnd Is rVor nmJ wnjt for tho water to stop
now doing tho samo in the Knoxvlllo f B0 you cnn cr0E8 ovor ng to wnlt for
ngoncy. Out of a total of 47,181 tho right time to come along for you
penlsoners seen nnd questioned, only to repent. Right now is the best
2 1'. enses of Improper pensioning wero tmo ,or yot There nro people In
revealed. this town who wont through the
Number on Rolls. IShnnnon meetings unrepontnnt, nnd
Tho number of snllors nnd soldiers , tne,y went though the Lyon cnmpnlgn
on tho pension list nt tho closo of tho unrepontnnt, nnd I suppose they will
flscnl list wns 570,050 dependents g0 through this one nnd on down to
nnd widows 321, G42, nnd nrmy nur- !tho end nnd bo lost."
ses 400. There were 529,884 survt-i The tnbernncle is decorated with
vors of tho Civil War, 35,293 having' flnK8 throughout, making It bright
died during tho year. It is believed nn,j cheerful. Directly above tho
that only about 25 per cent of the : n,ntform Is tho bnnner which rends,
estimated 2,213,305 Individuals In, Get right with God." Pastor G. L.
the United States Service during thojnu 8n,j 0f thls: "We hnvo hnd this
Civil Wnr nro now living, the death, bnnner placed hero to continually in-
rate of tho survivors being now,,jcnfo tne object of theso meetings. I
slightly In excess of six per cent xo matter who you are, church mem-1
yearly.
The Inst pensioner of the revoiu-1 y0M. They may seem old to some;
tlonnry war, Mrs. Phoebe M. Palme- yet It is our business nnd determlnn
ter, daughter of Jonnthan "Werley, ton now to mnko them new, for thnt
who served In n New Hnmpshlro js pxnctly why Jesus enmo, thnt wo
company, died nt Drookfleld. N. Y., might get right with God,"
April 25. 1911. aged 90 years. The music wns made especially at-
Mrs. Drlttanla Kennon of Wnsh-j trnctlvo yesterdny. The old time
Intiton. D. C. a great granddnughteri nosnol hvnins are certainly nnnre-
of Martha Washington and v. ho died I
during the year, drew a pension as
n nlilnii. InnAi. nnlinlklv thnu nnv'
tl n.wwn iw.hv. g..wwM. ...
other person In the history of the
Pension Ofllco, having received $50
a month almost 67 years. Mrs. Ken
non was a widow of a captain of the
United States steamship Princeton,
...l. n.A MIUJ Pattiiitiiv OB 1fiii
bv tho bursting of a cannon on that
vessel.
I nnd unfit to sit on the Jury. It would
I bo "better thnt the defendant be
UiKcn oy a mou nnu ijiiuiieu mini un
tried by a Jury consisting of men like
Nelson," he declnred. Scott finally
wns checked by the court when he
used the phrase "railroaded to the
gallows."
The court suggested that no insin
cere Intent had been Bhown by tho
prosecution.
"The grcntcst persecutions In his
tory have been conducted by sincere
men," rejoined Scott.
Estimates nre thnt tho total cost
of the trlnl will run ns high ns $500.
000 or more. Thnt was tho figure
nnmed by Clarence Darrow today.
Martin Ilaker. n venireman, was
excused by both sides because he was
not well up in the English language
WILLJp FREE
Supt. May of New York Asylum
Says Report of Noted Pa
tient's Release Incorrect.
(Dy Associated Press to Coos Da
Times.)
NEWDURGH, N. Y Oct. 1C.
persistent reports thnt Hnrry Thaw's
release from Mnttewnn Is expected
within three months nro denied by Dr.
James V. May, superintendent of tho
Institution. Superintendent Mny said
Thaw's counsel had declined to per-
u nn ,,xnmlnnton of Tjmw, but so
, . ,
fftr 8 1i1b observation goes, ho ob-
""ved no change in Thaw.
STAY OUTSIDE
OR REPENT
.Tabernacle Opens With Large
Crowds Rev. Rutledge
Speaks on Repentance.
Suudny was n bright day for the
worshipers of Marshdold ns they
gnthered from nil pa'rts of the city
ber or outsider, these words nro for
pintcj hy the people. Mr. Frank
Sacrhi rendered n solo In tho evening
which was also appreciated. Every
one is doing something to help in
this People's Evnncellstlc campaign.
Come tonight, 7; 30.
Llbby COAL. Tho kind YOU have
AIAVAYS USED. PHOXE 72 Pacific
Livery & Transfer Co,
DENIES W
RUGR M'LAIN FIGURES. ON
COOS BA &
I BATTLE
r I
Chinese Revolutionists Report
Sinking Three Government
Gunboats.
REAL CHINESE gUICSTlOX.
(Dy Assoclntod Press.)
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 1C.
Tho question in China Just
now, nccordlng to Dr. Kanlchl
Asnkawa of tho Yalo faculty,
is not whether tho revolutionists
will win but whether than can
ngreo nfter they hnvo won.
Dy Associated Press to tho Coos Day
Times.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl., Oct. 1C
Tho news of tho first engagement bo
tween tho Chinese revolutionists nnd
tho Imperial forces since the estab
lishment of the cnpltol of tho republic
of Chung Hwn, In Snn Francisco wns
received hero todny In n cablegram to
tho Chinese Freo Press, published
hero, gives nn nccount of tho disabl
ing of threo govornment gun bonts
by tho revolutionists near Hankow
yesterday. The boats destroyed woro
the Chor Kung, tho Chor Keung and
Chor Clioy. Two other boats of tho
flotilla, one of which carried Sul
Chlng, viceroy of Hupeh province,
escaped. The cable gives no Infor
mation of tho attacking forco's losses.
RIOTS IX PEK1X.
Iomh of Confidence In Governuent
Shown by Run on Hunks.
Dy Associated Press to tho Cues Day
Times.;
PI2KIN. Chlnn. Oct. 1C Heavy
runs on tho banks hero continued to
dny nnd thero were riotous scenes nt
several Institutions. Government
bnuk notes nro no longer passing nt
par, tho best quotation todny being
n discount of twenty per cent. Threo
members of tho American Legation
hero were given permission to nc
compnny tho Imperial army In Its
cnmpnlgn against tho rebels nnd
they left todny with General Tin
Tcshnng. Tho price of rice hnB risen
twenty per cent slnco tho rovolt bo
gnn. J. LEE
Coos Bay Man Appointed Mem
ber of Oregon State Phar
macy Commission.
J. Leo Drown, of tho Drown Drug
compnny, today wns apprised of his
appointment ns n mombor of tlio ure
gon Stato Doard of Pharmacy by
Gov. Oswald West. Tho appolat
ment Is effective Immediately and Is
for n term of four years, Mr. Drown
having been nnmed to fill a vncaucy
on tho board.
Tho Oregon Stnto Phnrmncy Doard
holds quarterly meetings to exnmlno
candidates for registered pharmn-
cists anil also nns ennrgo or tuo en-
forcoinent of tho Oregon phnrmncy j
laws, Tho duties nro not such as
they will interfero with Mr. Drown'sj
locnl Interests.
Tho appointment comes as a hand-1
8omo token of appreciation of Mr. i
Drown'B ability ns n pharmacist end.
Is nlso a woll deserved recognition
for this section of tho state. Thero J
nre only flvo members on tho com
mission nnd until a short tlmo ngo
when n Medford mnn was appolntnd,
Southern Oregon was not represent
ed on tho Doard.
Mr. Drown will bo warmly congra
tulated for tho deserved honor ctn
ferred upon him nnd the honor ho
hns won for Coos Ray nnd thnt he
will mnlntaln It Is assured by his
ability and good work In tho past.
Tho Ladles of ST. MONICA'S
church will give n PRO.MEXADE
SOCIAL at I. O. O. F. Hall. FRIDAY
evening, Oct. 20. 1UXCTXG and
CARDS. Cake, coffee nnd punch
served. Tickets 50c.
W
m honor nIGHTw
Local Contractor Asked by
Projectors of Road to Sub
mit Bid on Line.
NO CONTRACTS HAVE
YET BEEN AWARDED
Portland Representatives of
Project Say They Hope to.
Start Work Soon.
Hugh McLnln who nrrlvcd homo
yesterday from Portland today norl-
llod n report tnnt no nnu oeon nuni
by Messrs. Colo nnd Wnlklcy, to suh-
,mlt n bid on ton miles of rock work
' through tho canyon on tho Coon lias
.nnd Holso. Ho hns not boon ln-
rormcu yei nH lO WllUWiur mo mu !?. -,
nccoptcd, However, ho waa Intiirnw-.
ed that no contracts had tractf ivwrrd- -cd
on tho lino although thoy bad -
several contractors figuring ou tha t
work. i
"Mr. Wnlkley npponra to bw nn-. Gif--gllshmnu
nnd representing tho cap
ital behind tho project, said Mr. M.c
'Lain todny. "Ho had all tho OoUlls -of
tho survoy, etc., and took up-'Oio
mnttor. Mr. Colo wns hnndllnc thw
other dctallu of tho work. Thoy in
formed mo .that they hoped to ret
actual construction on tho project
started this fall. Tho ton mlleti aZ
work on which I submitted nn csti
mato Is tho rock work through the
canyon. Everything looks mtctujr
good for It, Judging from what Infor
mation they gave mo."
I It hns been unolllclnlly understood!,
hero for soma tlmo that tho Common
wealth Trust compnny or Pennsyl
vania, tho underwriters of tIV Cooa
Hay nnd Dolso, hnd practically- cosn-
eluded tho plnclng of tho $10,000,
000 bond Ibsuo of tho company.
It has also been reported hero tuntf'
tho project has, or will when tho con-
t-aits nro lot, pass out of tho handa
Ul 'I".' IUi:ill I1IIIIUB lIllUrUJHUU, Uli IL.
Tho understanding of this; wlileb ltrt
also nn Indirect report, fr IhaC
Meisrs Haines nnd Clnrko nnd tholir
PoMlnhd associates, woro to rccclry
f00,000 for tho survey and right or
way and in fnct till tho Interest, ttioyx
hnvo In tho project. 'Hie Common
wealth Trust company or tho people
they represent. It Is understood. ln
tho nwardlng of tho contract.
Whllo away, Mr. McLnln Inndotl k
good paving contract In Portlnnd inJ
also a big sewer contract near Col
umbia University grounds.
Other Humor Afloat
Another rnllrond rumor afloat fi ore
today was that tho Pacific Const Lfnrv
tho Sumner project, hnd secured an
option on 420 acres of (and on the
west sldo of tho mouth of Pony fnfot.
In nenr where tho Reynolds mill wn
formerly locnted. This tract i own
ed by tho Simpson Lumber company
nnd tho Mennsha Woodonwnro coin
pnuv nnd nbout 300 acres of ft la
ttdelnnd.
AT TEN MILE
REPORT THAT SOUTHERN IMCf
FIC HAS PURCHASED PROP
ERTY' THROUGH SIMPSO.V
HOLDINGS.
It wns roported todny on pretty
good authority that tho Southern
Pacific hns cloned iiogotlntlotm for
tho purchase of riglit-of-wuy neros
tho property of L. J. Simpson ami
tho Simpson Lumbor compnny tit Teiu
Milo. L. J. Simpson could not btn
renchod today to conform the ivport.
It is nlso understood thnt tha
right-of-way secured by tho Southern.
Puclflc embraces tho logging: roaiE
which tho Simpson coinpnuy started
from North Inlet somo tlmo ngo.
Vlco-presldont Sumner wiib known
to have beon trying to socuro the
lattor.
COX 1 1 EM XS MORE LAXD.
Pacific G if f Western Forcing; Rfg.ufc-of-Wny
AVork.
EUGENE. Ore., Oct. 10. Thu Pa
clflc Great Western Railway com
pany has begun condemnation ito
ceedlngs against AVIlIlam KyfT awS
wife nnd the Wendllng-Johnson ruin
her compnny for right-of-way across
n strip of land In section 7, township
18, south of range S west- Thw
nmount of land sought Is 3:5 acme.
Conley & DeNeffo are attorneys for
the plaintiff.