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MAY YOUR CHRISTMAS ff aVSSWH AND ALL YOUR JOYS WS TK'K ASPIRE
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MARSHFIELD. OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1912. EVENING EDITION. EIGHT PAGES.
A Consolidation of Times, Const Mnll
mid Coos Hay Advertiser.
TERRIFIC BLIZZSRD SWEEPS
H UNI COAST 0 I
Ten Inches of Snow Falls In
Few Hours in New York
City This Morning.
GALE DRIFTS BANKS
1 MANY FEET DEEP
Two Vessels Arc Driven Ashore
and Others Held Back
nr AMOtlttrt I'rrm to Coo nr Timet.
NEW YORK, Doc. 24. A bllz
xnnl born nt midnight nnd growing
In Intonslty ench hour, swopt Now
York nml tlto nortliorn Atlantic
Tho sturni blanketed tho city In
10 Inches of snow. Tho wind roso
to n 40-mllo gnlo, driving two ves
sels on tho treacherous sands of
tlio Now .Torsoy coast.
In opon iilnccs snow drifted this
nftcrnoon to n depth of many foot.
Tho local wonthor liuronu doclar
cil that tho storm would contlnuo
u'lilimit nlmlntnnnt for snmn hours
nt least nnd Hint tho wind would .
attain a still greater velocity, mo
Indications nro that Now York will
bo burled undor tho lienvlost Christ
ians snow for n gonorntlon.
Tho two vobboIb In distress nro
tlio Tnrrlnllm of tho United Fruit
Company nnd tho throo-mnster John
H May of Philadelphia. Tho for
mer linn nlinnt (50 nassonuors nboard
and summoned aid oarly In tho dny
ami I no ruvomiu uiutur aunuiii nu.i
sent to tho rescuo.
Tho May with her crow wns
pounded by n high sen off Sandy
Honk. Ilor crow of six landed
Tho snow In tho harbor Is blind
ing. Tour oronn llnors, ono with Mrs.
J. I Morgan on board, lay nt
anchor off Quarantine fearful of
braving tho tnlclc wonthor to tholr
Early In tho day n ferryboat and
tug collided In tho uppor part of
t!io liny and Injured four, two fa
mily. Across tho Hudson, ronds wero
choked with tho Incoming passen
ger trains. Somo of thorn wore
hours Into, nnd nil of thorn lionv
llv lnded with homccomcrB for tho
Tho conditions of tho yards of
tho Grand Central nnd Now Hnvon
ronds In Mnnhnttan woro similar.
noports of snow-bound suburbnn
trains, of streot enrs blocknded nnd
vessels Htormbound wero received
from sovornl eastern cities.
Well Known Marshfield Man
Will Get Bride as Christ
Santa Claus will bring E. O. Hall,
n woll known nnd long tlmo resident
of Coos Day, a present of prcsonts
It bocamo known today that to
morrow Mr. Hnll and Mrs. Julia
Ilobbs, who camo horo recently from
Portland, will bo mnrrled tomorrow.
They will resldo In Mr. Hall's homo
In Forndalo, and tho nuptials will
bo followed by a wedding dinner, In
which members of Mr. Hall's family
nnd tholr family's will participate
Among thorn will bo Mr. nnd Mrs.
Win, Richards, R. D. Hall, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Spado, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
lers, and Norrls Hobos, tho flfteon-year-old
son of tho brldo.
Tomorrow's nuptials mark tho cul
inlnatlon of n llttlo romnnco ono
that makes Mr. Hall's yo:frs dispol
nnd brings fancies of youth. Cupid
often uses novel aids to his bow and
arrow, and this time It Is said to havo
ono of tho great tests of tho house
Mrs. R. D. Hall, Mr. Hall's daughter-in-law,
and hor husband have
been making their homo with him.
Somotlmo ago, Mrs. R. D. Hall left
to visit hor parents at or near Rose
burg, and ho had 'to secure another
to look after his homo and prepare
his meals. Mrs. Hobbs was secured
nnd hor ability In that lino not only
won her employer's approbation but
a deeper appreciation well tomor
row, sho will becomo Mrs. E. O. Hall.
Mr. Hall's host of friends will unite
In wishing him and his brldo a con
tinual round of tho Christmas spirit
Joy and happiness.
E. 0. HULL TO
10W FitS IN
Danger of "Green Christmas"
in National Capital Dis
pelled Today. '
Ilr AmoclttKl r-rrtt to Coot Dif Timet.
WASHINGTON, Doc. 21. Tho
danger of n "green Christmas" was
dlspollcd today when Washington
Inns awakened to find nearly two
Inches of snow on tho ground. It
wns tho first heavy snow fall of tho
ISS HAGNER IS
Chosen as Secretary to Wife
(llr AHorltt I'rrn to Coot Iltjr Timet.
TRENTON, N. J Dec. 21. It
wns nnnounccd today that Miss Inn
hoi Hngnor had bcon choBcn by
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson ns hor soclnl
sccrotary at tho Wlilto Houso. Miss
Hngnor has beon connected with tho
Stnto department nt Washington.
As soclnl secretary sho will havo
chnrgo of tho social doialls of tho
Kills Bandit, Member of Own
Race, Who Was Trying to
Rob Oklahoma Train.
IPr AMOflttM Preet to Coot nr Timet.)
KANSAS CITY, Doc. 24. Walter
Daniels, n negro porter of Kansas
City, according to passengers on tho
St. Louis nnd Snn Francisco train
No. 112 should hnvo tho credit of
saving valuables through n safo In
tho hold-up nonr Chandler, Okln.,
last night. Tho bnntllt robbed tho
conductor and sovoral passengers bo
foro ho was shot by Dnnlols, who
borrowed tho gun from n passongor.
Tho robber foil to tho floor, and
In tho bnttlo thnt followed
eighteen shots woro tired. Dnnlols
wns rolnforced by W. S. Cjordon, a
prlvnto dotoctlvo, nnd tho robber fi
nally succumbed to his wounds. Ho
haB not bcon Idonttflod.
Merry Chrlslmns -
Thinks Removal of Capital Is
Cause of Attempted As
sassination at Delhi. .
Hr AMOvlttM r-rwi to Cooi Bar Timet.
DELHI, Dec. 24. Numerous ar
rests have been mndo in connec
tion with tho attompt on tho llfo
of naron nnd Lady Hardlngo. There
aro many theories among which Is
one that It Is n Dongaleeso trying
to avenge what ho considered an
insult in removing India's capital".
from Calcutta to Delhi, naron
Hardlngo suffored greatly during
the night, but thoro is no fear of
a fatal result. Lady Hardlngo had
almost recovered from tho shock
Dnnd Benefit concert for public
library at Masonic Opera Houso
Sunday afternoon. Admission 26c.
Band Dance Eagles Hall, Christ
MADE IN HA
WALLSTREET STOCKINGS ARE FILLED
Over $1,000,000 Will Be Dis
tributed in Gifts to Army of
Employes in Financial Dis
trict of Metropolis.
llr A.o:llteJ Pmi to Cool ljr Timet.
NKW YORK, Dec. 21. A tidy
llttlo fortune In Christmas gifts Is
being plnccd in Wnll StTOot's stock
ings this Christians. It Is esti
mated that about ono million dol
lars will bo pnld out this year In
Christmas presents to tho army of
salaried employes In tho flnnncinl
V1IRTSTMAS is not a day or a season, but a
MJ, condition of heart and mind. If we love our
neighbors as ourselves; if in our riches we
nro poor in spirit and in our poverty wo arc rich
in grace; if our charity vaunlclh not itself, but
sufl'ercth long and is kind; if when our brother
asks a loaf we give ourselves instead; if each day
dawns in .opportunity and sets in achievement, how
ever small; then every day is Christ's day and
Christmas is always nenr.
Coos Bay Christmas Stockings
Tho Coos liny Times hopes ev
eryone of Its ronders may find In
their stocking Christmas morning
that which thoy most desire. In
addition to Christmas wishes it
would bo plcnsod to sco somo Coos
Uny stockings flllod ns follows:
V. A. Hmltli A mill with nn over
Increnslng cut of prosperity.
Arm Moreen A pntont on pros
perity thnt will novor bo contested.
Wind M. Wake A lino of ship?
2 mining between tho ports of Pro-
press t nd Prosperity
Dnvo Nelson A sot of books with
a largo balanco on tho Prosperity sldo
of tho lodgor.
Ralph Williams A check on tho
Dnnk of Prosperity for nnothor 3CC
days of sucoss.
II. J. McKeown A bill of fnro that
begins with Prosperity soup nnd
closes with n dessort of Happiness.
I. 8. Smith A loglslntlvo enact
ment of continued popularity.
O. F. McGcorge A bill of lading
from tho Houso of Contentment.
Tlio Bazaar A largo morchandlso
ordor from tho placo of Prosperity.
II. W. Painter A well filled order
book from tho firm of Progress and
W. N. Ekblad A gun that will got
tho ducks ovory tlmo.
Charles Htuiiff A box of good
things from the house of Success.
A. T. Haines A cargo from tlio
clover fields of Contentment.
lloh Sailer Tho soda water of
Frank Cohan A proscription for
Frank Parsons "A Busy Corner"
on Contontment Avenuo.
Herbert Lockhart A lot In tho
metropolis of Prosperity.
George Goodruin A marrlago 11
conso, Huss Tower Ditto.
A. J. Mendel A hub of Prosperity
In tho whool of Progress.
Ivy Comlron A duck mulligan.
J. Albert Mntson A largo bolt of
Prosperity, all wool and many yards
I). O. Green A diamond brighter
than his oloctrlo lights and a gem
greater than his gas.
H. Fourier A stako that will last
Frank Hague Hardwaro that will
drive tho nails of opportunity In tho
houso of Success.
C. O. Goliifj and Tom Harvey An
appointment for a dato to meet Pros
perity "Faco to Face".
1). A. Jones nnd J. W. Mitchell
Enough of tho long green to enable
them to Flxup for life.
O. Lemaiibkl A Guldo to tlio Roy
al road of riches.
Tom Howard A watch that will
tick gold dollars Instead of golden
district. Tho year ending has been
fairly n prosperous ono for bank
ers but a lean ono for stockbrok
ers on account: of tho dullness In
All) PULLMAN EMPLOYES.
Over U.-00 Will Enjoy Twelve Per
Cent Wngo Increase.
llr Atioclatod Pint to Coot Ilr Timet.
CHICAGO, Dec. 21. Twenty-five
hundred employes of tho Pullman
Company will got nn lncrcnso In
pay of from C to 12 per cent with
tho beginning of tho New Year
Olto SeheMcr A wire to tho Innd
of Hnpplness thnt will novor go down.
C. IC. Perry A rocking chnlr In
tho room of riches.
W. S. Nicholson An ensy chnlr In
tho homo of Hnpplness.
Frank 0. Rurtii A prescription
for success thnt will bo accurately
compounded In tho pharmacy of Fato,
J. Leo Hi own A commlssslon on
tho pharmacy board of Prosperity.
Robert Swautnu A diploma from
tho College of Contentment.
G, W. Kaufman A deod to a lot
In tho Innd of Hnpplnoss.
Alvii Doll A policy In tho com
pnny of Prosperity thnt will Insure
Al Powers A log rolling In wealth
dipt Mnegcnn A ship of happi
ness thnt will novor bo kept out of
tho harbor of safety by a rough inr.
J. W. Dennett A water franchise
for a thousand years In tho city of
Ray Ollivimt That ovory pack-
ago may bo a Christmas packago
and thnt ovory ono will got tholr
John I), Goss Somo now stories
thnt havo novor yot beon told.
Frank Lalse A bng full of gamo,
or of good stories about getting tho
George I'. DK More patlcnco and
Capt. A. 11. Olseii Forty foot on
tho bnr with novor a breaker in sight,
C. F. McKnlght A railroad with
out terminal scraps.
Dr. T'oye A pull that will always
bring smiles instead of pain.
J, S. Coke A pack of decisions
that will pleaso all with Justice
A. II. Lewis Sweot Contentment
Hurry Winkler A plnn for tho
successful solution of municipal pro
Dorsey Krcltzcr A doposlt In tho
Bank of Prosperity.
1). Y, Stafford A box of tho sweot
C3t thing In llfo Happiness,
Carl EvcrUen Plenty of dough to
last for llfo,
J, II, Flanagan No water in his
corporation stock and plenty In his
Jay Tower A popular song.
H. O. Darker A clock that will
stop trouble and strlko success.
AI Oh on A plpo dream of happi
ness that will come true.
E, liaudcl A blcyclo that will car
ry him along tho rood of Prosperity
with novor a punctured tiro.
II. 8. Tower Diamonds ns plenty
as Coos Bay railway rumors.
C. I". Nicholson A storngo plant
full of health, happiness and success
to bo supllod to all.
1-'. E. "Wcsterburg Santa Claus'
reclpo for Joy and happiness every
ill INI 0 MS
TO IRE RICH
Unsuccessful Attempt to As-
sinate Mikado's Leading
tllr AuoclatnJ rrttt to Coot Dr Timet.
TOKIO, Dec. 24. An attempt was
mndo enrly today to nssnsslnnto
Prlnco Arltlmo Ynmngntn, president
of tho Jnpnnoso privy council, nnd
supremo councillor of Jnpnn. Tho
prlnco escaped unhurt. Tho would
bo assnssin trlod to commit sulcldo
Tho motive could not bo lenrncd.
State Plans to Have All of Its
Militia Attend Wilson
tllr AiiotUle.l Trrtt io Coot Imy Timet,)
TRENTON, N. J., Dec. 21. Tho
cnttro National Guard of Now Jer
sey, numboting 4G00 men, may go
to Washington to participate In tho
Inaugural parade as a trlbuto from
President-elect Wilsons stnto.
Stato Scnntor Isaac Nichols, Re
publican, nnnouncod today flint ho
would Introduce u bill to provldo
nn appropriation of $150,000 to de
fray tho expenses of tho expedi
tion. Merry Christmas
Pope Pius at Christmas Re
ception Today Expresses
Br Amoi lalM I'rtu to Coot Ilr Timet.
iinvi.r nw 21. Tim Ponn dur
ing tho Christmas rccoptlon to tho
cardinals touay roiorrou in uiu
linnrn riinfnrfliicn liv Hlivllll! that 111!
niiriHtlmiK Hlinnlfl unlto in iirnvor
that tho oiitcomo of tlio present
council of nations should bo pcaco,
for which ho rejoiced, bocntiso thoro
was now nnd ronsonnblo hopo.
Tho Popo doplorod tho attompt
to aBsasslnato tho Vlcoroy of In
dia at Dolhl. Ho looked romarkn
bly woll, In splto of tho arduous
labor In receiving so many dolo
gatos who havo romo to bring him
greetings of tho Reason.
day In tho.yonr.
Al Kochlvr Fashions that will
suit all, with no alterations,
George Itotuor A kind disposition
that oven a cranky auto won't por
turb. rd S. Rargelt Light that will
nover fall and high pressuro that will
Fivd Wilson A cornor on tho
good things of llfo.
It. N. Fonton Novor a discord In
tho mirthful music of llfo.
Guy Waniei' An ordor for pros
perity that will novor bo cancelled.
I. S. Kaufman A deed to a cor
nor lot In Doostorvlllo.
Fml Weaver A storo full of
Christmas Joy tho year round.
K. I). McArtluir A purso full of
gold ns big as his deslro to do good
with it on Christmas day.
Herman Hlllyer A cigar wrappod
in green backs.
Gone Crosthwalte A smoke from
from tho plpo of Penco and Pros
perity, J. W. Ilildciihrnml A enso that
will never ompty of klndnoss, sympa
thy nnd Joy.
Arthur lllaiichard Tho most
beautiful fly trap In tho world a
trap that ho can mnko a palaco.
Jack Davis Solid gold filled goods
with roal green-back wrappers,
Dan Keating An auto truck so
good that no ono can suggost any Im
provements en It,
W. C. Bradley rjoofl candy ror nil
TRY TO RILL
TO PRAT FOR
Unable to Force Money aruB
Express Safes Open With.
Dynamite Last Night.
' NEAR SPRINGFIELD?
Four Men Make Escape Where
Officers on Special Train
tnr AMorUlfi! rrrtt to Cooj Iltj Tlme,y
SPRINGFIELD, 111., Doc. 21-
Booty worth $fi0,000 dollnrs was tiler
prlzo nought by bnndlts, who hold tin
and attempted unsuccessfully to rot
n Chicago and Alton train near Junct
ion, four miles from hero, Inst nlgliC
Tito robbors woro unnblo to got Intc
tlio safo and finally abandoned tiic
nttompt, escaping In tho dnrknobu
A posso Is out searching for thee
bnndlts, who nro bollovod to munfrir
four. After uncoupling thn curdho
nnd oxpross enr nnd compelling tho
engineer to tnko them moro thnn n
mllo down tho track, tho robbcro
mndo live unsuccessful nttcmptK to
dyiinmlto tho express safe.
According to railroad nnd oxprosn
ofllclnls, tho robbers sorurod only i
fow packngos of small vnluo.
While tho robbors wero working or
tho safe, flagmnn llornro Smith slip
ped nwny to Hies Junction nnd noti
fied the railroad ollklala hero nnd tit
Tho robbors worked forty-llvo min
utes, giving a switch eugliio, carrying
olllcors, tlmo to rench tho scone.
When tho robbers honrd tho onglnor
nppronchlng, they Hod, tiring n fow
shots nt tho olllcors.
Tho safo contained n largo sum or
money and wiih shattered, but It wmt'
not opened. Tlio express safo con
tnlncd a largo quantity of Jewelry
nnd other valuables and also roHlstfitV.
Merry Christ mas
Chicago Youth of 19 Sees
Mother for First Time
Glad Xmas for Him.
(llr Awolite I'rtrt to Cmi lit? Tlmet.r
CHICAGO, Dec. 24. As n spe
cinl gift for this season, Olsoin
Caiinnro, aged 19 yours, has re
ceived tho bounty of restored sight.
Ho had boon blind nil his llfo nndf
today for tho first tlmo saw bin
luothor. Tho boy's Joy was uo
sponknblo. Merry Christmas
Trip of President, Wife and!
Party to Canal Zono
nr Auocltted I'itm to Coot Iltjr Tlmw.T
COLON, Doc. 24, Proshlont TaflC
nnd pnrty arrived horo today aboard1
tho Unltod States warship Arkansas,.
Tho trip from Koy West wns unove'nt
ful. Tho weather Is lino. Tho Tart
party and othor ofllclnls woro guestai
today of Colonol W. Goothals, Two
thousand bluojackots from tho bat
tleships will bo given opportunity to
Jnspoct tho canal during tho visit
Tho Tnft party will bo guests at to
big Christmas celebration in thee
American colony hero tomorrow,
Merry Cln Istiims
SENATOR OVERMAN HETTEK-
ll AModttea I'rut to Coot Diy Tlmet.7
WASHINGTON, Doc. 23. -The
condition of Sonntor Ovornian. who
was oporated on for nppondlcltle,.
is reported good today.
NOTED PAINTER DEAD.
French Itattlo Artist Succumbs lis
(Or AJMcltte.1 1'rvM Io Coot IMt Timet J
PARIS, Doc. 24. Tho Fronele
battle painter, Joan Baptlsto Ed
ourd Dotwlllor Is doad, agod 04.
Merry Christ man
Dand Danco Eagles Hall, Christ
FRESH OLYMPIA nnd EASTERNS
OYSTERS Just recolvod- PHONE-'
ORDERS TO COOS DAY ICE ANLj
COLD STORAGE CO. PHONE.
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