The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, August 01, 1913, EVENING EDITION, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1913 EVENlMG EDITION.
price, MkIi ' lallty.
SUFFRAGE IS
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lectric Irons
I. ,111. It IOW BfCOIIll-IIIIIHI
good working condition
SCANDAL PROBE
7i.
Irons, $.1,150 up.
AMERICAN AUTOS
IIJEUID
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is Day mi ms -"
ia;j7-J 153 N. Brondway
lir.K WORK.
R PRCW r WORK,
FO : Ul JU wukk,
phone C'c o! I reliable
Bay Steam Laundry
ays deliver the goods.
57-j Marshfield
rling Alley!
WIITIl FRONT STREET
icsday Evening
cially for Ladies
eld & Ai.lsx I !nA
JBcnd rtUlU IjIIIC
uiivo ovory 20 inlnutcB from
I to 7 p. I". j rroin 7 p. in.
'clock uvury half. Faro 16
b way. round trip 25 contB.
Ktluil UOUKH, 20 HUCS, B.UU.
ivo Clianillur Hotel, Marsh-
North Bend Ncwa Co., in
end.
ST & KING, Props.
UBi- - M mum mm
1 ARE STILL HELLING
)na Blend Coffee
'Tea, Coffee & Spice House
fO'CONNELL BLBG.
trkct Am-., Mnrshllcld, Or.
I'Iioiii- ;!..
Rates for
idling Trunks
mill trimlH between nnj
, Morahllold tor tho follow
b. delivery to bo inndo In
'stories ot buildings:
Ink I .2a
miiks no
trunkH l.BO
rransfcr and Storage Co.
Let I llcism-r, I'rop.
il'8. 120-J: 49-L: 98-R.
T. J. SOAIFE.
itow.N $ a. ii. uonaiNS
field KilL AND m
uu-uimimu yju.
Estimates Furnished.
IlKT-Ii Mumliflplil. Ore.
LFAMILY DINNERS
now location, wo aro os-
t prepared to enter to fatnllj
.Regular meals or short or
)pen (liiy mid night.
lERCHANT'S CAFE.
ly and Coiniucrclal Mfld.
r ANTED
Ithnt won't keep time. Dirty
pid on aro tnu ruination oi
tcli. Lot mo handlo it and
It perfectly for years to
:. C. BARKER.
it at. Marshfl Id. Or.
Auto Call Foote
1II-.T XIOIIT AND DAY.
put of Blanco Billiard Parlor.
rnuni: new caiis
I'. M. Phono 235
psldcnco l'hmio 2H-.7.
iDrhns Co Anywhere
trance Sale
IULY 11 AXD CONTINUES
all or JULY.
Wg Cut in Prices
:tric Shoe Store
tBO South Hrondwnv. '
Class Weaving
Promptly dono Jit
ler's Rag Carpet. Factory
man avenue between Callfor
Ma and Connecticut.
174. North Demi. Or.
Auto Service
& Tucker, Proprietors.
Irders to Blanco Hotel, 40.
f 12, 2C0L, Right Cafe.
IMarshfleld, Oregon.
BrlC . illlrifne. 1Mnnl.
Steam TTnnf TTI-.I.
bed Rooms with Hot nd
'ior,
IOTET, nn n a
tO. A. MfHIn T.
t I WI.
00 cents a any and upward
""""i anil Market
Tht Rtmlniton Cubt
fort (he (( lining
ARROW and
NITRO CLUB
Si eel Lined
SHOT SHELLS
Will Boost Your Shooting Average
TTRY the Speed Shells this season;
A they get the load to your bird
quicker than any other shells you
ever used. You take a shorter
lead angles bother you less
you get more birds.
The speed of these shells is due to
the steel lining to the way it compresses
the smokeless powder and keeps all the
punch of the explosion right behind the
shot, where it belongs.
Exclusively a Remington-UMC idea
' and it is right.
Get Remington-UMC Steel Lined Speed
Shells of the Hvcst dealer in your section.
See that the Red Ball mark is on every box
of shells and mctallics you buy.
Remington. Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
299 Broidwy 7 New York
"The Gunnery"
SPORTSMEN'S
HEADQUARTERS
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153 Front Street,
Marshfield, Oregon
C. A. Smith!! Lumber & Mfg. Co.
RETAIL DEPARTMENT
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH AND DOORS,
ROOFINO PAPER, ETC
CUT THE FUEL RILL IN TWO IJY USING OUR WOOD.
PHONE 100. 183 SOUTH BROADWAY
S. S. NANN SMITH
Sails From Smith Mill Dock for San Francisco,
Saturday, August 2, at 10:30 A. M.
San Francisco office, 803 Flfo BIdg., or Lombard St. Pier No. 27
Inter-Oceanic TransKirtutlnii Co., C. F. McGeorge, Agt. Phono -II.
S. S. ALLIANCE
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
SAILS FROM MARSHFIELD FOR PORTLAND
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, AT 1 1 A. M.
ROUND TRIP, $18.50
CONNECTING WITH THE NORTH BANK ROAD AT PORTLAND
NORTH PACIFIC MCEAM8U1P COMPANY.
Phone 44 C' F' McGEORGE, Agent.
FOREIGNERS Rl'Y FORTY MIL
LION DOLLARS WORTH ()!'
AMERICAN MADE CARS IN FIS
t'AL YEARS OF llllil.
(Special to The Times.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, AllB. 1.
According to figures Just compiled
by the Bureau of Foreign and Do
mestic Commerce, Department ot
Commerce, S-i 0,000,000 worth of
automobiles and parts thereof, were
sent out of continental United
States In tho fiscal year 1U1.1,
nKalust about $1,000,000 worth In
1003, a decade earlier. These fig
ures of 1 0 1 :i lnrliido 120,000.000
worth of finished automobiles seat
to foreign countries, about $2,500,
000 worth to Hawaii nud Porto
Rico, $1,000,000 worth of tiros, $2.
000,000 worth of automobile en
gines, nnd $", 250,000 worth of
parts other than tires and engines.
It was only In 1902 that the ex
ports of automobiles became hiiIU
elent to Justify a Bcparato record of
this class of merchandise, the fig
ures for that year, Including the
scpnrnto partu, being less than $1.
000,000. In 1007, flvo years later,
they wero but $0,000,000, ami In
1910, approximately $12,000,000
In vnluo.
The number of machines exported
to foreign countries In 1913 was
25,000 against 7000 In 1910, nnd a
little less than 3000 In 1907, tho
first year In which tho number wns
stated In the export records of the
country. The average price at
which they wero oxported was
about $1700 each In 1907. The
1913 exports Included about 1000
commercial automobiles at an aver
ago valuation of $1S00 each and
21,000 other machines nt an aver
age price of about $1000 enoh.
The Imports of automobiles in
tho fiscal year 1913 wore less than
$2,000,000 value, against over $1,
000,000 In 1907, nnd tho average
price of those Imported In 191.1,
about $2300 each, against $3100
in 1907.
Canada is tho largest purchaser
of our automobiles, tho total num
ber Bent to thnt country In 1913 be
ing 7212, valued at $9,233,501
England Is tho next largest custom
er, tho totnl number sent to the
United Kingdom In 1913 being 3,
979, valued at $3,020,895; while
to British Ocennia (chiefly Australia
and Now Zealand), 3002, valued
nt $2,911,451 wero exported; to
South Amorlca 2820, valued ot $3,
105,205; British South Africa, 1290,
valued nt $1,107,371; Gormnny,
R49, valued at $7('.8,I1S; British
East Indies 807. valued at $711,053;
Franre, 821, valued at $025,795,
and to Riissln, In Europe, 593, vnl
uod at $519,070. Tho avorage
prlco of thoso sent to Canada was
over $1200 each; of thoso sent to
South Amorlcn, about $1,101,100
leach, and of thoso exportedto Eu
rope, about $800 each.
Tl distribution of American nu
tomobllcs extends to nil pnrts of
tho world, tho figures for tho fiscal
year 1913 showing exports to 75
countries and colonies. Bulgnrla,
Roumanln, Sorvla, Turloy, Greece,
tho Azores, tho Canary Islands, tho
West Indies, Slam, tho Dutch East
Indies, Russia In Asia, Koron,
French Ocennia, Egypt, China, Ja
pan nnd Indln aro Included In tho
list of countries named as tho des
tination of tho exports of tho year,
whilo tho list includes nlso prac
tically every country of Europo,
South America and North Amorlca.
Immense Petitions Favoring
National Enfranchisement
Presented to Senate.
inr AOflltJ I'rrn lo Cool lljr Timet.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. July 31.
"Votes for women" will bo demand
ed today by delegations of suffrn
gettcs from every stnto in the union
who beselged tho Senate chamber
and bombarded Senators with pe
titions bearing thousands of signa
tures urging consideration of the
woman suffrngo constitutional
amendment. Tho slego ot the Sen
ate followed a demonstration in the
course of which hundreds of wo
men paraded from Ilyattsvlllo
through tho country roads and city
streets down Pennsylvania nvcnuo
and through the Capitol grounds.
Members of tho senate woman suf
frage committee, which nlready has
favorably reported tho suffrago
amendment, met tho political bear
ers and rode to tho Capitol with
them. At the cnpitol tho parade
dlsbnndcd nud the women entered
tho Senate chamber, where scats
had been reserved for them. Sena
tors Owen, Ashurst, Polndoxter,
Jones, Works, Lane, Smoot, Thomns,
Shafrnth and llollls inado brlof ad
dresses endorsing tho petitions,
Owen officially presented tho peti
tions to tho Senate.
FOR GOOD ROADS.
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
Steamship Breakwater
ALWAYS ON TIME.
SAILING FRO.M PORTLAND JUNE Ul); JULY I, 0, 1-1, 10, 21,
AND 21), AT H A. M.
SAILING FROM COOS BAY JULY 1, (I, 11, 10, 21, 20 AND
1, AT 1 P. M.
Tickets on sale to all Enstern points and Information as to routes
. nnd rates cheerfully furnished.
Phone Main 35-L. P. STERLING, Agent.
THE RECORD PHOTOGRAPHING ABSTRACT COSD?ANY
Have photographic copies of all records Coos County to date,
abstracts of titles, present owners, or any other Information relating
to real estate furnished on short notice. ,.,,,, ,
BUSINESS OFFICE: 117 North Front St., Marshfield. Phono 1513
W. J. RUST, Manager
Times Want Ads. Bring; Results
First SHOWING of NEW STYLES
In LADIES' COATS. AT LADIES
EMPORIUM.
DANCE!
By the Eastsldo Athletic Association
at (lie East side Hall, on
Saturday Evening,
August 2nd
Launches will leavo tho foot of
Market avenue- and will await
the pleasure of dancers
on Eastsldo end of trip.
Admission is S1.00 for Gentlemen;
Ladles aro Admitted Free.
EUeibnch'H Orchestra lias been en
gaged for the occasion.
Unique Pantatorium
THE MODERN DYERS. CLEANERS,
PRESSERS and HAT RENOVATORS
Agent for Eonvartl It. Strauss &
Co., Fine Tailoring. Let na
make your next suit.
BBB CENTRAL. Phone 2B0-X
Rosoburg Men Want Hnntl to Coqullle
Hard Surfaced.
Tho Uosoburg Rovlew snys:
Many forcible words, not n little
oratory nud a wealth of thoughtful
consideration marked the bent of Fri
day night's mass meeting at tho Com
mercial Club for the purpose of aid
ing tho good mads movement in ccr
tain sections of this county. Although
a largor attendance was expected,
tho interest nnd enthusiasm displayed
waH gratifying, Tho Coiiulllo can
yon road was tho particular theme
and during tho evening Its bad condi
tion received much of tho censure
thnt is duo.
"The unanimous decision wns that
n hard surface roadway through tho
canyon should bo constructed nnd n
tnelt understanding wns reached thnt
to hnrmonlzo with tho County Court
Is tho best way to sccuro results. A
commlttco of flvo wns appointed to
circulate n petition asking that a per
manent rond bo built, and to submit
tho snmo to the County Court when
tho commlttco which Inspected the
rond In question tenders Its report,
which wns rend nt the meeting. A
commlttco wns nlso nppolnted to
draw up n resolution In commenda
tion of tho steps nlready taken by the
Coos Bay citizens toward building n
permanent road to tho Douglas Coun
ty Hue. On tho potltlon committee
aro L. G. Hicks, Henry Hnrth. Albert
Abraham, Robert Green nnd C. P.
Bnrnnrd; nnd thoso to drnw up the
resolution hro Georgo Ncuner, Dr.
fltownrt nnd George M. Brown.
"An interesting report wns road by
L. G. Hicks, tho presont city en
gineer of Roscburg, setting forth the
disadvantages of anything less per
manent than nu asphalt macadam for
this rond. Ho appeared in fnvor of
tho state geologist locating, If pns
Bible, quarries of sultnblo rock and
to opornto theso possibly by convict
labor, which may bo had under tho
present laws. Ho explained tho con
struction of nn asphalt rond, esti
mating Its cost nt $9210 por lnllo,
or $1.80 per squaro yard. Tho coun
ty wns handicapped, ho said, by not
owning sufficient rock quarries and
prnvol bars. Tho road has been sur
veyed nnd n maximum grado of 7 per
cent established."
Courtmartial Begins Hearinrj
of Charges of Corruption in
Military Contracts.
tllr AMotltted I'rrti 10 roo I!r Ttniw.j
BERLIN. July 31.- Sensational
charges of corruption In the Ger
man army inndo by Knrl Llebkhecht.
Socialist deputy In tho Imperial
Parliament April 18, enmo up today
when tho courtmartial convened to
try the military officers charged
with accepting bribes for Informa
tion of tho pending government con
tracts and for arms and ammuni
tion. Four officers of tho ordin
ance department wore brought be
fore the Judges. They were Lloutou
nnts Tlllnn, llinst, Hoge nud .Schleu
dor, to whom wero Intrusted the
supervision of many of tho ammuni
tion and arms contracts at the var
ious arsenals and orders factories
throughout Germany. Chief Clerk
Polffer and two non-commissioned
officers of tho ordnnnco corps nlso
wero In tho prisoners' lnclosuro.
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PAVING BY CITY.
Calgary Will Make Its Own Street
Improvement.
CALGARY, Altn., Aug. 1. Hav
ing tired of unsatisfactory work by
prlvato paving companies, this city
Is llkoly to add to Its roputntlon as
the hotbed of municipal ownorshlp
by laying all future pavemont un
dor municipal auspices. In com
mon with most cities, Calgary's ox
porlonco with paving contractors
hOB been nn unhappy one. Thous
ands of yards of defective pave
ments graco tho city streets and.
though innlntnlnnnco bonds on theso
linvo not olapsed all efforts to pro
euro repairs linvo largely failed.
Ah a result ot these conditions
tho city has this year refused to
glvo any prlvnto contractu for pav
ing and Is now operating two units
of a municipal plant with a total
dally capacity of two thousand
yards of asphalt pavement. Tho
Council contemplates tho construc
tion ot a third unit In tho Inline
dlato futuro and with tho aid of
this addition It Is believed that Cal
gary will bo ablo to handlo all Its
own paving work again next year.
In the interval the city is con
sidering tho ndvlsablllty of taking
action to havo the bonding com
panies do tho ropalr work which
prlvato companies havo neglected.
FISHERMEN ATTENTION.
Tho Coos Bay Ico & Cold Sto
rago Company will handlo Chi
nook Salmon nnd will pay 3
cents per pound at tholr dock
for all bright flFli.
NATIONAL FOREST BUSINESS
DOXE LAST YEAR BREAKS
ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS.
WASHINGTON, D. C. July 28.
Tho national forest business done
during tho fiscal year which ended
Juno 30. surpassed all provlous re
cords. Tho receipts from the for
ests approached $2,500,000, of which
about one-half was for tlmbor, whllo
contracts entered Into ttfr the snlo of
timber to bo cut cither nt onco or
In Inter yenrs totaled about $1,000.
000. Those sale contracts pormlt
tho cutting period to extend over n
number of yenrB when lnrgo bodies
of timber nro Involved.
Under existing laws, 35 por cent
of tho gross receipts, or between
$800,000 and $900,000, will go to
the Denofit of tho states In which tho
forests nro situated, for schools nnd
roads.
Tho records show thnt tho volumo
of snlcs contracted for In different
yenrs fluctuates widely, with ups and
downs nccnrdlng to general business
conditions, whllo tho actual cut hnn
shown n fairly steady tendency to
advance In tho flscnl year 1900
(July 1. 1905. to Juno 30, 1900),
tho .first full yenr after the sorvlco
was put In chnrgo of the forests, tho
timber receipts wore nbout $250,000,
In tho fiscal year 1907 something
less than $700,000, nud In 1908
nbout $850,000. In 1909 timber re
ceipts dropped back to less than
$750,000, but In 1910 nnd again In
1911 woro over $1,000,000, nnd In
1912 woro nearly $1,100,000, as
against about $1,250,000 for tho
year just elosod.
Forestry officials say that the
principal factor In determining how
much timber will bo sold any given
yenr In the geuornl lumber market,
which In turn depends largely on
gonornl business conditions. Thus,
when Indications aro that n period of
brisk demand is ahead, with In
creased building activity, railroad
construction, mining development,
and other forms of business expan
sion thnt call for lumbor or timber,
operntors aro seeking contracts.
When business halts luinhorniou nnt
uarally go slowly in tho mutter of
committing themselves by now pur
chases on n largo scale. But cutting
under enrller 'purchases and smnll
sales continues oven In porlods of
depression. Tho gradual diminution
of outsldo sources of supply nud tho
steady development of tho country,
which croutes Increased local de
mands, tend to offsot the offocts of
such porlods,
As nn illustration of this tho fi
gures for 1907 nnd tho Immodlntoly
following ycara aro cited. In tho
fiscal year 1907 the forest sorvlco
sold moro timber thnn has been sold
In any later year prior to that Just
closed. Contracts woro mndo cover
ing over a billion feet board innsuro.
But In tho fall of 1907 came
tho business panic, followed by
Inactivity. Sales In 1908 disposed of
less than 400 million fcot. and in
1909 of less than 300 million. In
both theso years moro timber wns cut
uuilor snlcs than was dlsposo! of
through now sales. Tho cUfforonco
was tho result of cutting under tho
contracts of earlier years.
Last year's sales of over $1,000,
000 worth of tlmbor does not neces
sarily mean a prospective Incomo
from tlmbor of this largo amount In
tho lnimodlato futuro. To bring this
about thoro would havo to bo a se
ries of big salo years. Tho present
year mny or may not seo sales equnl
to thoso of tho last. Whllo gonornl
market conditions aro at prosont loss
favorablo to largo commitments than
thoy wero six months ago, tho ag
gressive salos policy now In forco,
with Its opportunities for long-term
purchases on fair terms whoro sales
nro possible In no other way, will
probably countorbalanco to n grontor
or less dogreo Influenco that may
tend to chock sales. Tho need of
tho country for national forest tim
ber Is growing and ovory year brings
rormally moro of this timber within
tho radius of offectlvo domand. Tho
yearly cut and tho Incomo from tho
forests can reasonably bo expected to j
i Iso In the futuro as It has beon rls- t
lug, howovor tho numbor of sales
(iiitracts may fluctuate.
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