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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1913-EVENING EDITION.
JAR. II. M. SHAW
l.'n i. Viitu t mi a
n.ii, 4Mi-U lllltl J lilt Ml I
DR. MATTIE II. SHAW
J!,lkl'"!'Vs "f ""lueii and children.
Olllce phone IJIIO. Rooms 20U, 201
202, IrvliiB llloclt.
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Suffrage Association Opens
poiiy-Fifth Annual Session
in Washington Today.
AMorUti"! rrc 10 Pdo1' n, Tlmi.l
wASHlNdTON, I). C Dec. 2.
i affairs of the National
Clean W?mnn Stiff rage Assocla.
Em form tlio cuici topic ui tns-
0n. ,,, f,,..v.flnl. ni.niml
Icasalon . naQnninn ,..iit,.i,
"lipm Saturday In connection
fciih the sessions of the National
Klhtinn nail the suffrage school
C be condui'tcit by the Congressional
ft'DlOn. .,, Il,u ,tf 111,, ..nil.
I it hn roriiiii nituuiib" "I uiv tun
nilon tlld not begin until today
B 1 el..,,.. r Mw ,,,. ,.,tl,...
I" Ull , . ,,, V Ilium I
111 DG t" " ruinuu i inu Aintiuiiivi
F' . ....infn frnm Vmu York In
grout niu iiiv,-uiiiiK win iiv
i.t.1 snnilnv afternoon at which Dr.
La Howard Shaw, president of tho
KltlOnal nwilll'lilliuil mil iiurMii:.
hnoni! tlio speakers will he Miss
M Addanm, or Chicago, and Son
tor Helen King Robinson, of IJon
'er member of tho Colorado Sen-
Welronie rttitircHH jotuiy.
tniiv n. welcoming address to
Ibt delegates was delivered by Mrs.
KlDl E. Alieiliiui, iiiumuuiu mi inu
hie Society of tho District of
Eolurauia. .miss Alice nun, cnair
n nf the Congressional commit-
fa, of the National association, will
llio address tlio tioicgnies. a re-
IpODSe will liu INittiu 11 .il in, ouiuii
BlfOUS, IirCHKlCIU Ol U1U iMIlUUlll.l
Eaffrage Association. Tho remain
der of tho nftcrnoon session will be
liken up with reports or mo orn
iin anil departtnenta.
The great Illinois celebration will
xheld this evening and many proin-
kut Illinois women will take part.
Ete first speaker will bo .Mrs
ncp Wilbur Trout, president of
be Illinois Suffrage Association.
tie will bo followed ny Mrs. snor-
!m K. Iloatn, ciuurman or tlio leg
latlvc rommltlee; Mrs. Catherine
nighn McCollough, Mrs. Mcdlll
(Cormlck. Mrs. Ella S. Stewart
nd Mrs. Antoinette Funk.
Tii Discuss Amendments.
Miss Lucy Huriis, vice-chairman
It the Congressional Union for Wo-
tm Suffrage, will discuss tho Nat
sal suffrage amendment. She
ki:i deal with the efforts of the
Itlon to further, the passage by
fongress of the equal suffrago
useDdment to the Federal Consti
ktlon. Dr. Shaw, the president,
III close the evening's meeting
lib her annual address.
Consideration of the now constl
ktloQ and a conteronro on methods
k furthering the suffrage move'
ktnt nill come up Tuesday. That
pening tlio .Men's League will Hold
I meeting, presided over by James
i Laldlaw, president of tho Lea
st. Among tho speakers will bo
hitors Hrlstow, of Kansas; Thom-
of Colorado, and Owen, of Ok
ioim; Itcprcsentntlves .Murdock
Kansas, and J. W. II r van. of
timington, nnd former Mayor Ceo
Ml. of Denver.
I The various stato organizations
FH make their annual ronoitu mi
. Federal Judge to Sneak.
Oo Wednesday nlcht Federal
I m Julian W. Mack will discuss
romen and Clilldren In the
I'rts. Judge Mack was former
I Judge of tho .luvenllo Court nt
M. JudKo Harry Olson, of
uncaco Domestic Relations
pm; Miss Maud Minor, probation
Eicer or sow York City, nnd Miss
"Mine Davis, superintendent of
uwiiorn, n. y., reformatory,
i will snonk.
Poth the morning and nftornoon
P'ui or Tiiursdny will bo dovot-
I tO the buslnnuB nfilin rnnvonllnn
at night Mrs. Carrlo Chapman
r. Foment or tlio International
fMn 8nffrago Association, will
f " an nuuress on tho Intornat-
" aspects of tho feminist movo
. She will bu followed liv Mrs.
foas Hepburn, president of the
PnettlCUt U'nmn,, O.. f .. Aeon.
j " ii w. uillllllfju oni-
m convention closes Friday.
lent Inslsis on PiilillNlier lleliij;
MSH1NOTON. I), a, Dee. 2.
k PrpnUni.t ...in i,
I Lnj ,, 11 1 OHUHIIIIHIG iioiny
Ik... . " 1 curia puuiisnor, lor
IHSBailnr In .... ti.. .iii .ii i
wnilrmatloii In tho extra session
.mDre4ss- The President v111 also
o fill aU tho othor nppolntees
THE NEW SASHES HAVE
A DECIDED PURPOSE
Although the saBh ends may float In
the wind uh of old with no aim aside
from tho decorative, yet they may be
decidedly useful, too, In more ways
than one. To mergo waist with hip
lino vnn their first mission, and they
hnvo gradually found many other little
ways to add to tho effect of tho gown.
A clever arrangement of sash ends
may bo seen In S0G1. Hero they serve
to bring about the effect of a pannier
by catching up tho tunic. They ulso
lend a pretty llnlsh to tho blouse.
Luce Is very popular thin season, and
tlil.i model hIiows nn excellent way of
employing It. A delicately patterned
shadow lace In combined with a cling
ing silk. It Is an exceptionally smart
For size 3R this design requires 4T6
yards of 36 Inch material with 2
yards of ullovcr lace.
Another design charmingly suited to
the lllmy fabrics of tho moment la
8062. A transparent tunic of chiffon,
its pointed edges smartly outlined with
fur, Is bung over a slightly drapod
skirt of churmcusc. A bit of the fur
trims the bodice and slcoves.
To make a frock after this design In
size 36 It requires 3?4 yards of 42 Inch
silk with 3'4 yards of chiffon.
No. 8061 sizes 34 to 42.
No. 8062 sizes 34 to 41!.
Each pattern IS cents.
fTo obtain rlthcr pattern Illustrated 1111 N .
nut this coupon nnd encloBo IB cents In wo D1 0
tamps or coin, lie sure to stnte number Name
of pattern nnd size, mcnstirlnK over the Address
I fullest part of the bust. Address Pattern
Department, euro of this paper. .I
WT VHAVT liAUNCHKI).
Hflttlesllli, KviMv-tjul to MnL
Tlveiit V...I..I. tr
N ffi'iI 2.-Thenew Jap-
tlinn.i , ciiiisur mrisnimu
tiMM i . 'estorda'' Thee con-
kimZ . l""iyeignt Knots, ino
trirt. 13 . elBht fourteen-Inch
tubM n 81,1,8 an(re,St
ES,),XG AA1X8T CIlOUl'.
neat safeguard against croup
of Foley8 Honey and
'OBlnoilnil i it i .
I MwHn. Ga writes:
r cildren , 4m.i
Iron oiy Buuetjjinuio
"P. easily entej, cold. I give
j .7s ,Ioney a"d Tar Com
r and in
relief and are soon cured
L'i at home anl prevent
U rj JtHcrPtion Piiarmacy.
Illotoi ,ul"' opposite ,ciiana
I "''I. IMkiiwi ii
German Officer Proclaims
Martial Law at Zabern and
Forty Are Arrested.
Illjr AmooIsIoJ I'irii lo Cooa ny Tlron.
.ADHHN, Alsace, (lermnny, Dec. 2
Tho townspeople gathered In tho
principal square last night to ex
press their Indignation at Insults of
fered thoin by Gorman army officers.
Soon nftorward an officer with n pnr
ty of fifty soldiers appeared on tho
scene. Tho officer ordered his men
to load their rifles nnd tho front rank
to kneol. When tho dotachmont was
ready to fire, tho officer stepped for
ward and ordered theo crowd to dis
perse The peoplo nt onco scattered
but tho soldiers pursued them nnd
prodded them with their bayonets nnd
tho' butts of their rifles. Several
citizens woro Injured. Tho mnyor
erltlslzed tho action of tho military
authorities, it scorns as though Col
onol Von Router, the commander of
tho 99th regiment, nns proclaimed
martini law In Zabern on his own Ini
tiative. Forty persons were arrested j.nii
nro confined In tho military barracks.
It Is understood they are to bo tried
by a military court and not by a
Lleutonnnt Union Von Fdrstner,
whoso romnrks started tho trouble
between tho army and tho citizens,
wont shopping yesterday in town, nc
conipnnied by four soldiers, who
guarded tho entrances of tho otorea
while ho wns inside. A number of
young lieutonnnts of tho 99th Infan
try were scon today pursuing with
drawn swords a youth who had shout
ed nn Insulting epithet at a man who
wns singing tho German ,iiat1onal
You're really dry
water- proof, but a
looroy, comfort-i ivn
ervica co th i ill ,
protect you Ihrougi. thick
tncSlhiaiatbt wcllal we the.
W prist pUialr oa evr UU1
,TJ.feg A. J. Tower Co.
6LAFS OF SALTS
If Vour Hack is Aching or IHaddcr
llotliet's, Diiiik I-ntH of Water
And Knt Less Meat.
When your kldnoys hurt and your
back feels sore, don't got scared nnd
proceed to load your stomach with
a lot of drugs thnt excite tho kidneys
and irritate tho entiro urinary tract.
Keep your kidneys clean llko you
keep your bowels clean, by flushing
them with a mild, harmless salts
which removes tho body's urinous
waste and stimulated them to their
normal activity. Tho function of tho
kidneys Is to filter tho blood. In M
hours they strain from It GOO grulns
of acid and wnsto, so wo can readily
understand the vital importance of
keeping the kidneys active
Drink lots of water you
can't drink too much; nlso get from
any pharmacist about four ounces
of Jad Salts; take n tablespoonful in
a glass of wator before breakfast
each morning 'for n fow days and
your kldnoys will act fine. This fa
mous salts Is made from tho acid
of grapes ami lemon juice, combined
with lithln, nnd has been used for
generations to clean and stimulate
clogged kidneys; also to uoutrallzo
tho acids In urine so it no longer is
a source of Irritation, thus ending
Jad Salts is inexpensive, cannot in
jure; makes a delightful effervescent
llthla-wnter drink which everyone
should take now nnd then to keep
their kidneys clean nnd active. Try
this, nlso keep up tho water drinking,
and no doubt you will wonder what
became of your kidney troublo and
I)H01 IN AND SEE THE
IN THE HOWLING TOUHNAMENT
NORTH FRONT STREET
Have That Roof Fixed
Have your Job printing done at
The Times office.
Wednesday Evening, Dec. 3
WILL BE ELECTION OF OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR.
THERE WILL ALSO BE A DUTCH FEED ON HAND.
YOUR PRESENCE IS REQUESTED.
Worthy President, C. C. Going.
"ECONOMY IN FURS"
You'll appreciate the opportunity of Inspecting splendid samples
of (lie latest ideas in furs made by the largest fur manufacturers on
the Pacific Const, OKI'EltED AT WHOLESALE PRICES, ami ellm
Imitlng the MIDDLEMAN'S PROFITS.
Our .Mrs. M. Perry will boat North Dcntl at the North Demi Hotel
nu Fit I DAY, NOVEMIiER tho liKlli, ami at Coqullle City
nt the Hotel Coqulllu on WEDNESDAY nnd THHtSDAY, NOVEM
IIER HOTI I and 27TJI; at Myrtle Point ut the Hotel (Jueiln on
SATURDAY and SUNDAY, .NOVEMIIER UTH nnd !OTH; at Dilu
tion nt the Dilution Hotel on MONDAY ami TUESDAY, NOVEM
IIER 21 th ami 25th. tXtrntanm-, 7,. ...... ,
Mrs. Perry will quote pleasing prices on the new goods dis
played, and will furnish estimates lor remodeling old furs In (lie lat
est styles at economical prices.
2HII MORRISON ST., PORTLAND, OREGON.
The Postage Stamp
Consider the postage stamp. One of its chief virtues
lies in the fact that it sticks until it gets there.
Go about starting a bank account systematically and
with a fixity of purpose and you can have one. It's
simply a proposition of spending a little less than you
make and bring the balance to this bank. We receive
deposits of one dollar and up.
First National Bank
Of Coos Bay
PLANAGANI & BENNCTTBANK
OLDEST HANK IN COOS COUNTY.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided
Interest paid on Time Deposits.
J. W. Dennett, President.
J, II. riuiuigaii, Vice-President.
It. I Williams, Cashier.
Geo. F. Winchester, Assistant Cusliier.
Abstracts, Real Estate,
Fire and Marine Insurance
TITLE GUARANTEED ABSTRACT CO., Inc.
HENRY 8ENGSTACKEN, Manager
FARM, COAL, TIMRER AND PLATTING LANDS A SPECIALTY.
GENERAL AGENTS EAST8IDE
MAR8IIFIELD OFFICE, PHONE M-J.
COQUILLE CITY OFFICE PHONE 101.
THE RECORD PHOTOGRAPHING ABSTRACT COMPANY
Hare photographic copies of all records Coob County to dato,
abstracts of titles, present owners, or any other Information relating
to real estate furnished on Bhort notice.
BUSINESS OFFICE: 117 North Front St., Murshfleld. Phone 1BIJ
W. J. RUST, Manager
BANDON BY THE SEA
THE CITY OF THE FUTURE
A FEW TEN ACRE TRACTS FOUR MILES SOUTH ON
COUNTY ROAD :W PER ACRE; $100 CASH, BALANCE
TWO YEARS; NO INTEREST. NO TAXES, FINE SANDY
LOAM, LEVEL BENCH lA.M.
Buy One It Will Make You Money
DR. A.. I. IIK.NDItV
Rooms 20 l-2ur,, Coke IlulldhiK.
Residence phone 2iVJ-X.
Olllce phono 1 12-.I.
'IVn. ,.r 111,...,.
Residence Studio, No. 100C,
Corner Commercial and Eleventh Sts
CniiMiltliiK Engineer Mial
Offices, UOtl Irvlnj: Block.
Phone lOIMi MurslifleM, Or
Estimates fumlBlieil on request
I'liins and specifications furnished
If desired. Au honest Job guaran
'.eed. Phono 124-R,
Piano Tuner and Repairer.
lib S. Sixth Street. Phoue 101-1
Leave orders at W, R. Haines MusU
pERL RILEY KALLINGER
Plunlwt and Teachp
lBldence-Studlo, 237 So. Broadwa
Room 801 and iW2, Coke Hulldla
M. S. TURPEN,
J. N. Bayliss
Any kind of brick work at prices
that are rlht.
AND ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Call 1 1 II Iyer's Cigar Store. Phone
I'Ventli Itannes. Roller Work
C. O. GOSNEY,
Contractor and Builder.
Drawings nnd estimates furnished
All work guaranteed.
If you aro not satisfied tell mo; If
you aro, tell others.
CITY AUTO AND TAXI SERVICE
A now tnxlcab has been added to
my auto Horvlcc. Careful drivers.
Will go anywhere nt any time. Stand
Ulanco Cigar Store. Day phono, 78.
Night phono 13U-X.
TOM GOODALE. Proprietor.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
ie!d on the Installment plasu
HARRINGTON, DOYLE CO
802 Front St.
I'ltono HtOIi Mamhflelil. Or.
THERE'S ONLY ONE MACHINE
ONLY ONE REPRESENTATIVE
W. J. RITZ
T. .7. SCAII'E JJJ A. II. 1IODGINS
Marshfield PAINT AND
ITldlMlllKlu DECOrating CO.
Phono :tf)l)-J. MaiNhlleld, Oregon.
Tioga leaves Marshdold for
bend of river at 8 n. m re
turning In ovonlng.
Steamer Rainbow leaves
head of rlvor at 7 a. in. and
returning leaves MaiHlillold at
2 p. in.
ROGERS & SMITH.
First Class Weaving
Promptly done nt
Gardiner's Rag Carpet factory
In Sherman it venue between Califor
nia and Connecticut,
"lionii 174 North Hond. Or
A Morngc haltery that continual
over charging "III not harm.
DOES NOT CORRODE AT
CONTAINS NO ACID
Will not loso its charge while
IS GUARANTEED FIVE YEARS
Coos Bay Wiring Co.
1 n:t Broadway.
Agents for Port of Coos Bay.