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uncriran women, citizens of the Stale of Oregon,
"V ;c( Jlif Di'onosnl to impose tho obligation ni'
Wtst ,l!? ..,.,', Hip women of this state, for the follow-
I fi-rtfl llUl'll ' " '
iionir other reasons:
$ iL..ni. sufTrniro is to be regarded not as a in-ivi-
ia lio 011 ioved, but as a duty to bo performed.
iinn-iiisp hitherto the women of this State have
r l exemption Jrom this burdensome duty, and no
Ko 'reason has been assigned for doprivin them
CV iin-niisp conferrina: suffrage upon the women who
11 it would imi)Ose suffrage upon the many women
tinnitlicr desire it as a privilege nor regard it their
. 1 , jo geek iti
OT ..,,. lio linml of Alllftl'll'Jl IK linf Mil !l1inn..fn,l
.i!i.. imf. nn improved duality, of the vote, ami lliorn
To ntlcniinte reason to believe that woman's suffrage
1 1 Joublinff tho vole will improve its quality.
5 Because the household, not the individual, is the
X of the State, and tho vast majority of women are
t ti ..r.n ihn wntnnn unf. sn vnnvncrminl enfWo. n
.'.:i i'h.iirHco which irivinir the suffraire will mined v.
P7 Because equality in character docs not imply siin-
.. t i!,- Miwl 41l lllfllCf Oil I liPn rC ...!
ihrity 1 IUIll'll U ll, cum liiu uubi,a mm 111.1; UJ. 1IIU11 UIUl
mfflCnni'C (UVJiifi.) viuiuh ia, u ij.j.uj.ni, hi liiu ouuu,
' in tho home. t
8 Hoenusc the energies 01 women arc engrossed by
their present duties and interests, from which men eim
i relieve them, and it is bettor for the community
flat tlioy devote their energies to the more efficient per
formance of their present work than divert them to new
folds of activity.
9. Because political equality will deprive women of
special privileges hitherto accorded hor by the law.
10. Because suffrage logically involves tho holding of
public office, including jury duty, and oitico holding is
Inconsistent with the duties ol most women.
Oregon State Association Opposed to the Extension
d the Suffrage to Women,
' MISS ELEANOR E. 01 LB, Secretary.
I NORTH llIA'li xotiu
mi V1 No.r.lh ncnl " '
Prn,,-? Joscl,"o WllllaniB of San
., .1 , CoIcinn homo return-
uingnmii. her nleco. nccomtmnlcd
. and will attend schoo 'ti .
.!...... . -.-' """ '"" UUOIl 0 11-
uu in tno gash and door fa
t, nuvurai months lias resigned.
Jj1Mr, Pay ton lmvc Tie.
1 nn,0.d f,or CrcsceiU City, Cal.
InnnhnP l' ,Io"B!fa foCr BClonCO
teacher, is now hustling llfo Insurance-
and doing special work In
"It im0 lWlt0 successful nnd
Bays ho Hkc3 tho outdoor llfo flno.
John Grimes of Tcmploton, -well
known In North Rend, was horo
tins week on business. Ho also
mndo a trip to Coqulllo.
Mrs. J. M. Thomas and son, Ed.,
who havo boon nt Derkeloy sovoral
weeks, nro to return homo on tho
;av mi) 01 tno iieaonuo.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
hrlckson Monday, a nlno pound boy.
ro Mr. and Mrs, Matt Klockcrs,
Tucsdny, a 10 pound girl.
Arthur ChnBO, who has been cra
nio) od In a factory at Astoria for
Boyorai inontns, una returned nnd
-Prosper with tho Randolph Lumber
Co. Installing sonio now machinery.
miir no gets tnis finished ho will
accept a position as engineer In that
TH ro will bo service and ser
mon in tho Episcopal church at
Nona uencl Sunday at 2 o'clock.
CHILD A SOCIALIST.
TO THE VOTERS
OF COOS COUNTY
SINGLE TAX HARD
Refuted to Salute the American I'lng
(Dy Associated PrcsB to Tho Coos
SALT LAKE, Nov. 2. Tho porsls-
loiu roiusai or i.ena Etlcr, aged 13,
to salute tho American flag nnd rcclto
a patriotic formula, led to her suspen
sion from tho Eranklln Public school
yesterday. "I don't wnnt to aaluto
any ling," said tho child, "but If I
must, I will saluto tho socialist Hag
which stands for llborty and Justice."
Police Try to Lcm-ii of Murder from
(Dy Associated Press to Tho Coos
CHICAGO, Nov. 2. Efforts of tho
pollco to wring n confession of guilty
will romaln In tho city for tho win- Singer, It Is said, aro boglnnlng to
ii . . rann.y. yo.unB fronils aro I tell on Chnrles Conway, accused of
glad to havo him horo. tho crlmo In n Btatcmenfmndo by his
. u. It. nascom Is omploycd at wife yesterday.
I y)l SUNSET 1
I (OOOEHiSHASTAj B
I t ROUTES I I
Ubor l tho Superior of Capl'nl nnd
Pemcs tho Higlier Conslderntlon."
S. P. PEIRCE
Farmer and Laboivr.
Cudl Jtc for rc-clcctlon n.s Joint Iteiircseiitntlve. Only caudldato for
' this ofllco who is it WoiIcliiKiiiaii.
Pdrce A pooplo's mnn. 8poaks his mind frcoly. Cannot bo con
trolled by tho Intorosts. Portland Dally Nows, Fob. 20, 1911.
I frjrwntatlvo Polrco of Coos nnd Curry Mndo ono of tho boot records
In tho Loglslaturo. Ho was sovoral times u County Cleric and
ono of tho most compotont mon In tho Houso. Salem Dally
Capital Journal, Fob. 20, 1911.
TIIK FRIEND OF OOOB HAY
S. S. ALLIANCE
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS Wirtr -
SAILS FROM MARSHFIELD FOR.IEUREKA'
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, AT 8 A. M.
OU.VNECTINQ WITH THE NORTH RANK ROAD AT PORTLAND
NORTH PACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
too . C. P. McOEOIKJE, Agent.
PAST AN1 COMMODIOUS
Kqulpped with wireless uifd submailno bell
SAILS FROM MARSHFIELD FOR SAN FRANCISCO
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6th at 8 a. m.
m fenRcr Reservations Prom Sim lrnnclsco Must Ho Mode nt
w I Ifo Hluldlng, or Pier No. 10. All reservations must bo ta
ken 1111 21 Ivours before Milling.
PHftim , . INTER-OCEAN TRANSPORTATION CO.
i""E 4. n P. MpOEOROE. Acent.
Sails Wednesday Noon, October 30th, from
Coos Bay for San Francisco and Los Angeles
WITH PASSENGERS AND FREIGnS
tho ShaBta Route
Mt. Shasta Shasta
Springs. Soo San Fran
cisco, Lick Observatory,
Stanford University, Mt. Lowo,
Los Angolos, Tho Old Spanish!
Missions, Ostrich Farms, Submnrlno)
Gardens and thousands of other Inter-
estlnB features of tho Qoldon S tato.
Three Fine Trains Daily
n:.1() P. M. 8:15 P. M Istjo A. M.
Pull Information as to fares from Marshlleld, beautiful
ly Illustrated lltornturo on California, on application
W. V. Miller, Supt. C. II., R. & K Mnrshflold, or by
'writing to Chns. S .Foo, paBsengor traffic mnnnger, San
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
ALWAYS ON TIME.
lb'n r,!1 AlXSWOHTH DOCIf, PORTLAND, at 8 p. in., Nov. 12,
10 "1 !ftt0M MAIISIIFIKM) AT SKRVICi: OF THE TIDE, NOV. !-
PhU) .Mam 33-L.
J. O. MILLER, Agent
SoSeS? nN naw. CLEANEHS,
Alla HAT RENOVATORS
: ini ii-j . .
ft SSS1 "SJ"
UU -.""T nCTT mil
'w next suit!
Fisher Auto Service
Win. Fisher, Proprietor.
Phono orders to Hlllyer's Cigar
Stand, Phone 18-J, After 11 P. m.
phono 5-J. Night phono 181-R.
Manbiteld, Orctfon, . .. .
Bargains in Lots at
Somo cholco sites If you seo mo at
08 rv l Aro.
City Auto Service
flood Cars, Careful Drivers and
reasonable charges. Our motto:
Will go nnywhero at any time."
Stands Blanco Hotel and Dlanco
Cigar Storo. Day Phonos 78 and 48.
Night Phone 46.
BARKER & GOODALE, proprietors
A modern Brick .ulldlug, Electrls
Light, Steam Heat. Elegantly
Furnished Rooms with Hot and
O. A. Metlln, Prop.
Rates: 50 cents a day and upwards
Cor. Broadway and Market
100 pairs lino welta
on sale at tho
The Electric Shoe Store
180 So. Broadway,
Some choice lots In NORTH BEND
ran be bad at a very reasonable price
If taken now. E. s. gkak & t;u
First National Bank.
We Clean and Press
Ladies' and Gent's Suits
Goods Called for
Coos Bay Steam Laundry
PHONll UAIN BT-J
E. Pale& Co.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Imported and Domeitlo Woolens
Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed
Wo do all work right hero.
U70 North Front Street
To tho Voters of Coos County, Ore
My opponent for sheriff of Coos
County has published an artlclo at
tno vory last moment casting ro
flections against mo for tho nur
Pobo of turning voters who nro my
frlonds nnd supportors from mo to
mm, I dofy Mr. Gngo to estab
lish or provo n slnglo net that can
bo said to roflcct upon my honosty,
morality or Integrity. Ho has maau
Bonio Insinuations as to my mothod
of conducting business. Space will
not permit of full explanation of
tho matter concerning my business,
nor would It lntorcst tho public,
coming from mo, but tho Blgnod
artlclo over tho namo of Mr. Au
gust Oloson, appearing In this paper
will rotuto that baso Insinuation.
Mr. dago's artlclo indicates ills
unrest nnd nnxloty; ho is restless
nt night nnd uneasy by day, and
ho approaches tho voter with an un
easy hand and quivering smtlo;
roaring that you, Mr. Voter, will
not koop him In tlint $2400 por
year ofllco forovor. Do you want
honesty In politics nnd demand It
tnoro tno samo aa you would in
business? Or nro you willing to
swallow all this guff and defama
tory matter nnd glvo him nnothor
two years' leaso on that ofllco. i
claim that If an offlco Is a good
thing It should bo passed around
occasionally; on tho other hand It
It Is a bad thing no person Bhould
bo roqulrcd forovor.
Tho artlclo of Mr. Qago was
published, lato on purposo that I
would bo unable to soo you faco to
faco and dony tho stntomonts of
that artlclo, nnd tins is proof
enough to convlnco you how unfair
my opponont would bo If ho could.
I will stnto In conclusion, that
thoro Is absolutely no foundation
for tho baso and untruo Insinua
tions contained ln his printed nrtlclo
or tho roportB that ho and Ills
frlonds nro circulating.
I placo nbsoluto contldonco In
the voters of Coos county, nnd I
willingly nccopt tholr vordlct nt
tho polls, whntevor that may no.
Yours for honosty,
O. O. LUND,
Republican cnndldato for Sheriff.
To tho Voters of Coos County.
Mr, Qago, tho Democratic cnndl
dato for Sheriff of Coos County,
has published an nrtlclo In which
ho strongly Intimates that O. O.
Lund, tho Republican cnndldato mr
shorirr, has settled his IiIIIb ror
30 conts on tho dollar, moaning
that ho Is not honest with his cred
itors. Now tho facts nro that I pur
chased tho buslnoss formerly con
ducted by O. O. Lund and as n
nart of tho nurchoso prlco I nssum-
Jod nnd ngrcod to pay tho claims
against Mr. Luna. I nnvo souiou
noarlv all tho claims filnco making
tho purchnso, eomo at thirty conts
un tho dollur, ana outers i nnvo
nnlti In full, and whoro costs had
nccruod, I also paid thosoj so that
tho statomont mndo uy Mr. uago
rolatlvo to this mattor Is not truo.
I mnko this stntomont voluntarily
and of my ovn accord, In ordor
that tho votora of Coos county may
know tho facts nnd not bo misled.
Nov. 1, 1012.
ON HEAL ESTATE
J T. Hnrrlgan of Mnrshllold has re
ceived a letter from W. T. Grlovo of
Jneksonvlllo. Oregon, county nssessor
of Jackson county, which sheds much
light on thus lnglo tax situation. In
his letter, Mr. Grlovo says:
.. "In ,rB.nrl o tho timber proposi
tion, should of written to you sooner
In regard to this mattor. had a wlro
from my head mnn In Chicago, stat
ing that wo would havo to abandon
the proposition until after tho Nov
ember election, on account of tho sln
glo tax question, nnd tlint If that bill
carried thoro would bo no monoy
available In tho state of Oregon In
real estate, nnd will say right horo
that this Is tho reason tlint I havon't
wretten you sooner; havo been put
ting In overy spnro mlnuto that I havo
lighting tho bill: havo ovon neglected
my own porsonnl campnlgn, for If this
bill cnrrlos, then I don't want tho
otllco. To defeat thoso monsurcs voto
YES No. .108 and voto NO, No. .ICG. I
don't know how you feel nbout this
Jack, but know that you aro always
on tho sldo tlint Is right and If thoso
monsurcs carry It will bo nn nwful
blow to tho timber Interests of tho
stnto and will offect nil othor business
for thoro will bo no outBldo capital
Invested. Jackson county will glvo
n thousand votes majority ngalnst tho
monsuro. Jack, I will havo to closo
as I havo to got out a 150 word wrlto
up nnd havo It rondy to prinl tonight.
I rcmnln yours vory truly,
W. T. GRIBVB."
NOT RIGHT MKN.
T. J. SOAIFE
. H. HODGINS
(& Decorating Co.
Phono 110.fi. Oregoi
You Auto Call Foote
PHONE 14 1-J NIOHT AND DAY
Stand front of Lloyd Hotel
TWO NEW CARS
After 11 P. M. Phono 5-0.
Residence Phone J8-J.
Will Makn Trirm to Coqulllp.
at reduced prices, taking offect
See. card In our window for
Coos Bay Wiring Co.
Phono 237-J. 153 Brondway N.
New Goods ands
Second Hand Good
Bought, sold or ciclianged.
HARRINGTON, DOYLB & CO.
063 Front Street. Phono 840-L.
Prisoners Arrested for Bank Robbery
Will Bo Released.
(Dy Associated Press to Coos Bay
COLOMUUS. O., Nov. 2. H. F.
Canipboll nnd Joseph G, Gavin arrest
ed yesterday as suspects In connec
tion with tho bnnk robbery nt Now
Westminister, 11. C, will nrobnbly
bo rolcnsod. Tho pollco cannot Iden
tify thorn as tho men wanted,
MAN TO MAN.
Mnny pcoplo of this district aro ac
quainted with my record nB Prosocut
Ing Attornoy, and will Judgo for
thoinsolvcs as to whothor I havo giv
en good service As public prosccti
tor, I havo dono my boat to uphold
tho law. Crlmo Is crlmo. and I havo
sparod no honorable effort to bring
tho guilty to Justice No mnn can
(111 tho ofllco of Prosecuting Attornoy
and do his duty without making ene
mies. I havo mndo nilno; somo of
them nro Influential.
To tho votors I would say, don't
nccopt tho stntomonts of onomtos or
thoso who wnnt mo out of ofllco bo
cnuso I havo prosocutod tholr frlonds.
Tho purposo of tho lnw Is to ostnbllsh
Justice and it has boon commlttod to
tho Courts to bo administered for tho
protection of society nnd tho punish
ment of crlmlnnls.
GEORGE M. BROWN.
Shall tho direct primary law
bo sustained In tho oloctton
tomorrow. A voto for Stomin
ler, tho bolting Domocrntln In
doiiondnnt nominee la n voto
I to ropudlnto that law. A voto
i for Smith, tho direct primary
I Republican nominee Is n voto
I to presorvo that law,
LIGHT your WAY with pocket
FLASH LIGHTS at GUNNERY.
VOTE for O. H. TORREY for
.ll'STICE of tho Poaco, NO. 107 on
Harmon Tailoring Co.
128 Front St.
Onnnsifn OrnllPlim Theater, that tho monoy will bo rofundod If
UppOSltO UipilLum xuuilui. you nro not satlsflod aftor fair trial.
A Simple Remedy Gives Color,
Strength and Beauty to
the Hair. '
You don't havo to havo gray hair
or fadod hnlr If you don't wnnt to.
Why look old or unnttractlvo? K
your hair is gray or faded, you ran
chango It easily, quickly and ef
fectively by using Wyoth'a Sago
and Sulphur Hair Romody. Apply
u Httlo tonight and In tho morning
you will bo ngrooably surprised at
tho results from a slnglo nppllen
tlon. Tho gray hnlrs will bo less
conspicuous, and after a few moro
applications will bo restored to nat
Wyoth'a Sago and Sulphur also
quickly romoves dandruff, Uutvea
tho scalp clean and hoalthy, and.
promotes tho growth of tho luiir.
It Is u clean wholesomo drosslne
which may bo used at any tlmo with
Got a fifty cont bottlo from your
druggist today, and soo how ijilck
ly It will restoro tho youthful color
and boauty of your hair ami forov
or end tho nasty dandruff, hot.
itcbv scaln and falling lnir. All
druggists soil It undor guarantoo
Snow Drifb Flour RKsS
$1.40 PER. SACK
North weetirn hard wheat used ex
cIuBlvely In milling these brands of
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