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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1912. EVENING EDITION.
tc nn fits WAV tn Cnns Countv and vou surely expect him to brin von nn Y
Are you prepared to return the compliment? If not READ THE FOLLO WINC01,
orner urrers lou ld rex
On All Christmas Gifts Purchased Here
The Richest Selection of
Few of us can afford real
ivory, but we can afford
Parisian Ivory. It is very
beautiful and durable. Nev
er a better or more varied
display of Parisian Ivory
in Marshfiold than you will
find at the Busv Corner.
Rosewood Toilet Sets,
JM Hilary Brushes,
AT PRICES THAT
WILL PLEASE YOUR
Perfumes All Kinds, Domestic and Imported.
Stationery The most beautiful line ever shown
5n Coos Bay.
A beautiful selection of Steins. Very useful and
ornamental at lowest prices.
No matter what may come and go in the way of
ornamental metal for the home and elsewhere, ham
mered brass will always be popular. These lew sug
gestions will not be amiss.
Brass match holders Brass cigar and ash trays
Hammered brass ;jardi-nieres, Brass vases, etc.
Silver Clothes Brushes Just the thing for a pres
ent. Silver deposit ware.
Leather Hand Bags
Leather Music Rolls
Leather Sets playing cards,
Leather Handkerchief and
Leather Collar and Cuff
Hand Painted China
and Cut. Glass
at cul prices.
All Year Around
n i i n i i ,11l(' 1,,M an,l Plensum
Columbia Graphonola .' 'm.i.n.,i. iw L
. . . r . should possess 0110 TV
Columbia Records from $20 1 $200. ' i 5?
Art Goods, beautiful Statues,
ornament for the house.
MIRRORS Rose wood, ebon v. PnriNimi t,. ,
Individual, double and tripie at lowest prices.
11,0 most beautiful
Manning & Bowman's Electric
Dishes, Cotiee Percolators, Carving Sets cornier
and nickel Alcohol Gas Stoves, Curate Trays Casse
role Dishes, in fact a department by itself.' You
must see it in order to appreciate it. '
PHONE MAIN 298
LOCKHART-PARSONS DRUG CO.
THE BUSY COMER
COOS BAY TIMES
JU. C. MALONI3V IMItor nnil Tub.
AN K. MAI.OXKV News Kclltor
Official Vnvcr of Coos County.
A WOMAN MAYOlt.
-yysr ANSAS Is no lonor tho only
t fato In tho union boastliiK
a woinim mayor. Vorron
nwii, 11 n Incorporated town of our
ova Htato linH neon to It that Ore
sna will uo( poriult KaiiHUH to liavo
.-any of tho best of u In tho way
of political IniiovatloiiH, liouco tho
victory of MIhh Clara C. Munaon.
Thoro Is nothing of tho modesty
of tho vlolot about tho modern po-
Htilncl aspirations. Tho nvorngo,
roan will usually nialco good as.
councilman, or In hoiiio ovon loss
conspicuous position oven, boforo
Sitting his eyes to tho moro ox-l
il(i.1 fl et ittuunK Iktifr rt an
altiul offlco of mayor, but not bo
with IiIb political slstor. She wants
flfco boHt or nothing and alio np-
JCH'ars to bo Bottlnj; It.
I ALONG TIIH WATHHFllONT
Tho SpoodwoTT Ib duo In tomor
row from San Francisco with pass
nj;orB and frolKht.
Tho Ilcdnndo Ih duo In Wodnos
Vay from San Francisco with pnss
'enj;ors and freight.
Tho HrooUlyn, Tillamook and
Xlic Bchoonor C. T. Hill arrived
ta at Handon Saturday.
AMONG TIIK SICK.
C. II. Curtis of tho Union Mont Co.
J confined to IiIh homo with a pain
ful nttaclc of "ShlnRlo".
Capt. J. It. LlRhtuor is confined to
tala homo by IIIuobs today.
coqi'illh w. o. w.
Tho Woodmon of tho World hold
Vholr roKiilar soinl-nnnnnl election
ut officers Wednesday ovonlng with
tho following; results: A. J. Shor-
wooil, ('. C; T T. Lano, A. L.5
3!urk Morras, baukor; J ,K. Quick,
escort j J. W. Lonovo, clorkj (5. A.
BlobiiiBon, innniiKor; C. W. Whlto,
ntry; C. I.oitovo, watchman.
Steamer Sails for Portland
With Large List Capt.
Tho Droakwntor sailed early yes
terday morning for Portland. Sho
had a good outgoing list and a fair
cargo of freight.
It Is oxpoctod that Capt. II. C. Nel
son, formorly of tho Nairn Smith and
M. P. Plant, will roach Portland In
ttmo to bring tho vessel back from
thoro this trip, as It is understood
that Capt. T. J. Macgonn will go to
San Francisco boforo leaving Port
land for Washington with tho Coos
Hay delegation to sccuro aid for Im
proving tho Coos Day bar.
Among tlioso sailing on tho Dreak
water woro tho following:
0. II. Cono, Mrs. 0. II. Cono, Miss
Cone, Mrs. C. J. Ostordnhl, Kbba Os
torhahl, Victor Ostordnhl, Colea Os
tordnhl, TIiob. Joyo, W. Fulchor, J.
It. Stlllwoll, II. 11. Henry, Mrs. Hen
ry, J. Iloholnndor, J. M. Drown, C.
M. Cono, Fred Potorson, M. Dradshaw
Mlnnlo Talbot, C. II. Davis, J. U.
McDonald, Clins. Duffoy, Albert Motz,
Olio Hanson, Mrs. Wndo, J. M. Dnt
ton, Mr. Layton, K. K. Jonos, Mrs. J.
Hughes, J. A. Drisncll, Mrs. Ilagorty,
Mrs. K. It. Warnor, N. II. Mullor,
Mrs. W. II. McCroa, W. II. McCroa,
MIbq Dodeu, Miss F. Cooper, F. Mln
ard, Mrs. F. Mlnnrd, J. Fclshor, Mrs.
F. 13. Wndo, Mrs. II. McOrackon, F.
M. Hanson, Mr. Iloltnborg, II. M.
Cracken, C. Drown, W. Kaufman, J.
Martls, Chas. Flshor, G, Damos, II.
Lomnndo, G. Johnson, N. Phiuomo,
will oahlktox di:ai
MOD lA'NOHKS NKGKO
lluton Kongo lVopIo Tako Convicted
ltlack From Jail.
DAT0N ROUGK, La., Dec. 23.
When Bhorlff Parkor wont to the
-court, house in Daton Itougo today,
lio found tho body of Norm Cndoro,
a negro, swinging from a tolograph
volo a short dlstanco from tho Jail.
Cndoro was convicted of kllllug Jo-
fopli Norman, a plantation mauugor.
Tie had been takou from tho jail and
HANI) 1)NCK Ninas night.
Author of "Our tho Hills to tho
l'ooihouso", Pneiiiuonla Victim.
NBW YORK, Doc. 23 Will Carlo
ton, tho poot, newspaperman and lec
turer, dlod at his homo in Brooklyn
"Over tho Hills to tho Poorhouso,"
was tho best-known of his earlier
works. Mr. Carloton moved to Brook
lyn in 188-1, and for soveral years ho
had been editor of an Illustrated
magazine. From 1873 to 189G ho
wroto many poonis of farm nnd city
life and traveled extensively as a
Ho married Miss Adora N. Nlles In
1881. For a tinio ho was editor of
tho Detroit Tribune. Ho was 67
Plans Made for Fine Service
in Observation of Christ
mas in Marshfield.
Preparations aro bolng compet
ed todny for tho special Christmas
exorcises In Marshfiold churches.
In most of tlioin, n feature of tho
services will bo tho special musical
Tho following program will bo
rondoretl by St. Monlca'a choir at
midnight mass, undor tho direc
tion of tho choir leader, L. K. Dal
llngor: Hymn, "Silent Night"
Mnss In D flat Farmer
Choir and Orchestra.
Solo, "Nool" Adam
L. K. Ilalllngor.
Trombono solo, "Kvonlng Star"...
Violin solo, "Trnumorlo"
Hymn, "Adesto Fldolos"
Hymn, "Tho Heavons Dond to
Kiss tho Earth"
Hymns, "Angols, Wo Havo Hoard"
Hymn, "Pralso Yo tho Lord."....
Mombors of tho orchestra undor
tho direction of Low Koyzor aro
Dr. W. A. Toye, Roy Carpontor
and Chas. Schjonborg.
Tho niombore of tho choir aro:
Tonors W. J. Murphy, B. N. Mc
Donnoll, Sopranos Mrs. M, D. Meoks, Mrs.
K. L. Robinson, Mrs. C. Schjonborg,
Miss Myrtlo Cowan, Miss Mamlo Ma
houoy. Altos Mrs. Robort Gobhardt, Mrs.
Bass Mr. A. Legal, Mr. L. K.
Organist Mrs. Efllo Farrlngor.
Tho Eastslde Sunday school and
school children will untto in a
Christmas treo program at tho
Eastsldo school. Great prepara
tions havo been made for tho
Mr. L, W, Travor has beon appoint
ed tho now choir director of tho
Steamer Arrives from Eureka
and Departs for Portland
Tho Alllanco nrrlvod In oarly todny
from Euroka and sailed a few hours
later for Portland. Sho had quite a
largo list of through passongors
from Eureka for Portland nnd nlso
much through frolght.
Among tlioso arriving on tho Al
llanco woro tho following:
Floyd Miller. Mrs. II. Dean, II.
Donn, Floyd Eddlo, J. M. Nyo, Jr., T.
Ilradloy, Mrs. 13. S. Twambloy, Gladys
Shaffer and Mrs. II. C. ShafTor.
W. G. Hunter nnd J. E. Walkor
woro tho only two Coos Day passon
gors going north on tho Alllnnco.
NORTH HEN!) NEWS.
It is announced that Miss Graco
Fulton will tench somo of tho do
mestic sclonco branches in tho
North Dond schools during tho bal
anco of tho year.
Many Ships Leave Coos Bay
and Coquille River After
Yesterday mnrkod tho closo of
tho long spell of rough woathor
along tho const and tho vessols
that have been bnrbound hero and
at Handon woro nblo to got to
"Prom Coos Day, tho Nairn Smith,
A. M. Simpson, Homer nnd Now
borg snllod for tho south. Tho L.
Roscoo sailed for Gardiner nnd
tho Sltislaw and tho Anvil sailed
for Roguo Rlvor with a special
cargo of morcluindlso and supplies
for tho MucIoay estate
From Dandon, tho Ellznboth, Ft
Hold, Dandon nnd Brooklyn snllod
for Sun Francisco.
Tho Btcamor Washington, which
hns been on dry dock In Portland
for somo time, nrrlvod here jm
tordny and will rcutirao tht Cod
Day-San Francisco run, with oca
Hlnnnl trips to Snn Pedro. EU
will remain on this run for it
least a oar. contrary to tht rt
ports of her being possibly tru
forred to tho Portland-San Fru
cIbco run. Sho will take on tlf
halanro of tho cargo wllch iU
left hero when sho went to dry
dock In Portland nnd will ul to
morrow morning nt 9 o'clock for
Snn FrnnclBco nnd Snn Pedro lti
passengorfl and freight.
i no sieaiaer Acmo carao in jd
I tordny at tho Smith mill and till
sail tomorrow. Tho master of tit
Acmo has gained tho name of
I'Mldnlght" Olson, on account ol
his foarlcBsncss In running the bar
at Humboldt liny, ns no matter
what tlmo of dny or night he ;tU
thoro, ho alwnys goes In, and tt
. is reported to ho tho only skipper
I on tho const who does It.
Hand Banco Ingles Hall, Chrlit
Times' Want Ads bring results.
Times' Want Ads bring results.
and for Sale by
Two swell singers. Everybody
Miss .Myrtlo Mmllii, tho swoot
voiced Prima Donna.
In Photo Play
Tho Faith Healer.
. .Jack, as n Window Cleaner
All Lui .1
Admission 15c, Dalcony'lOc, for
tho double bill.
Cat, Drink and be Merry
Become imbued with the
Don't fail to see our windows filled with all
manner of delicacies and suggestions for your
Christmas dinner. Come and see our immonse
WE OFFER FOR Y0U1? SELECTION:
Orancros nil Sizns.
Cranberries. Fancy Red Yakima Apples
JIquva Pure Mince Meat. Sweet Cider
Homo Made Fruit Cake best you over tasted.
Ci olden Dates Cluster Raisins
Cocoanuts All Kinds Mixed Nuts
All Kinds Christinas Candies
Fancy Boxed Candies Choice Mixed Candies
Fresh Tomatoes Crisp Celery
Choico Cauliflowor Turnips
Carrots Pumpkins Squash
Beets Cabbage Fresh Parsley
We also havo tho famous Red Ribbon and
Preferred Stock Lines to select your canned
goods from and an assortment of the well known
Tlomz 57 Ararioties and many other delightful del
icacies and necessities which a visit to our store
will roveal to you.
OLLI V ANT & WEAVER
THE PURE FOOD GROCERS,
A Good Place to Get Everything for tho Christmas
Phone 275-J. Cor. Central and Third
"Llfo's a .StJiKo" iiml Iho Ut
and for tho holiday cigar com
To tho Indies who nro going to gin
tholr husbands cigars, come here.
Chances nro that ho buja Mi ci
gars horo anyway, bo our bsiIiUim
In helping you choose will bo tistf
on cortnln knowledge.
Brand Cigars Can
Be found Here
Also n flno lino of Pipes ana To
baccos, , , ... M
Pipes rango from the beat down
tho moro medium priced.
The Sign of
Pictures & Framing