THE OOOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD. OREGON. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1913 EVENING EDITION, COOS BAY TIMES PLAN TO FILL til, 0. .MAliOVKV Hrtltnr and I'uh. PiAV K. MAI.ON'KY Nous Alitor OFFICIAL IMIM.ll OK TIIH CTI'V OK MAItSIIKIKI.I). MEUIE SMITH MILL SLOUGH ARRIVES EABLTi Steam Schooner Has Fine Passage Up From San Fran- I cisco With Owner Aboard, i linking a fast passage with evcen tlonnlly flno weather all the way up, the steam schooner Adeline Smith, Captain Olson, having on hoard C. A. Smith, head of the big lumber coin-, pnny, arrived In the harbor early this morning and proceeded to the upper harbor to load lumber for the return voynge. The steamer Hardy, Captain Mlch- clson, arrived in the harbor yester day afternoon from San Francisco after a fair trip up the coast. She brought a considerable shipment of general merchandise which was dis charged at the depot dock and then Bhifted to North Hend where she Is tnklng on freight from the box com pany's plant and the Porter mill, i L. A. Pnrkhurst, cashier at the of fice of the Breakwater, stated that the Ktcnmcr was due to arlve In tho harbor early tomorrow morning with u full list of passengers and a cap-' nclty cargo of freight. He announced that the Bteamer would sail from Marahfleld on tho return trip Satur day morning at 10 o'clock. 0 FLOOD IN T XA liKVKK UltlOAKK AT HAST WACO AND CKXTIIAIj POKTIO.V OK STATU IX DAN'UKIt KKOM TIIH CltKHKS AND KIVKItS. (Mr Aoclat. I'roM lu Com Utj Tltnu.l WACO, Tex., Dec. 3. Water ten foot deep flowed through tho prlncl jml streets of Hast Waco today, while tho llrazos Ulver flood passed nil previous stages and continued to rise. Tho Hast Waco section began flood ing last night when the levee gave Way. Proposes to Pump in Dredgings in Both Arms as Far as Tenth and Twelfth Streets Members of tho City Council met' with Hoy Miller, local nit'iiagor of the dredge Seattle, yesterday after noon, and went over tho plans for' the filling of the low lands south of Mill Slough and the Mill Slough dis trict proper. It Was agreed that for the time being no attempt would bo made to fill Mill Slough cast of 11 road way. It Is proposed to take up the dis position of the mouth of Mill Slough with tho abutting property owners and make arangements lor a street I to the waterfront and also for a ferry landing. A committee of the Council will tnke the matter up with C. A. Smith, Arno Mereen and others In a few days. It Is also proposed that the fill of Mill Slough be made by private con tract. Most of the property owners In and along the Slough have agreed to It. Hy doing It by private con tract It ran be arranged to be done Immediately, whereas If It went through the usual Council routine, It would bo three months or so before It rould be Btnrted.. The purpose of the conference was to enable the Council members to be come thoroughly familiar with the filling projects planned, so that when the matter comes up to the council men for action, which Is expected to be next Monday night, there will be no unnecessary delay In arriving nt a suitable agreement between tho city and the dredging company over the work. Miller was asked regarding the quantity of soil It would he possible to secure for south of Hall street, and answered that thero (ivould bo enough for nil purposes. Miller's proposal Is to begin on the upper end of the north arm of Mill Slough and work toward the waterfront, so as to inako the Job a complete one as far as Twelfth street', and on tho west arm down to Tenth street. City Hnglueer Buckingham's plans for tho sower to take care of tho water In Mill Slough nfter the fill called for a wooden box drain two feet deep and olght feet' wide, to be built on piling foundation, with piles driven every eight feet. Ho estimat ed the cost would not exceed ten rents a cubic pard for nil the Improvement. FURNITUR35 makes the best, present., w e Sell It for Less Your Credit Is Good Mr. and Mrs. Present-hunter:- If yon want your Christmas gifts, to, be sane and sensible, give pretty articles- of furniture for presents. A wife can. not be better suited than with some extra hand some tables or davenports,, and a man. will be pleased with a cozy arm chair.. Come to our store, and get this CHRISTMAS, WORRY off your mind in thirty minutes. Our unequal led line of handsome furniture will solve the problem for you and our PRICES will be fair enough to allow you to buy all you want to, GOING & HARVEY CO. Complete House Furnishers "WE SELL IT FOR LESS." Going & Harvey Co. 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The first series in tho Coos Bay bowling tournament was won by Dr. Morrow's Flxup team of world beat ers by tho phenomenal scoro of 1? games out of IS played. The second series started with tho Flxup winning two out of three games, with the 1 following scores: j First game j Pretorred Stock 177 j Flxup IIS hecond game Flxui 177 Preferred Stock Ill Third game Flxui 122 Preferred Stock 10!) M'KK M'M'KK SAYS: There Is only ouo thing tl nt looks .worse than a faded married woman i who got the wrong man. And that Tho Times want ads got what they go after. Election Is over, but flour Is still ! hnve iiiiytlilnK t.i sell, rent i -r. ..t I trade, or want help, try a Want Ad 9 !...( at Maine. , ..llfl ri.noq cm 1 Wataan's Fountain Pens 1 Make useful Xmas Gifts They are used by everybody. Prices $2.50 to $12. We have the stock. RED CROSS DRUG STORE Phone 122. Motorcycle Delivery. 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