THE LOOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD. OREGON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1913 EVENING EDITION, 1 1 COOS BAY ti c. MALONUY Editor and Publisher 'UN 13. M AIjONEY Nof. Editor mwiriM, papki: or crrv or m Ai:sniii:iii) and coos county TIMES INDICT FOUR AI C0QU1LLE A Few Words on BMsiime F rVMl THE next few weeks, tliost vlth goods to Hull will especially desire to (all the attMiitlon of the public to their wares, anil to mat onti tney will wish to exorcise good Judgment In selecting a medium. The paper thi'.t - first, reaches tr-.o most people nml second, that reaches the people who do the trading. Is the paper that can do t,ho merchnnt the most good as nn advertising medium. In point of circulation The Times has no rival. There Is no longer any question as to that. As to iiuullty of circulation, note this: The paper that Koed lino the homes, thu paper win character und conscience, the paper J . 1... .. .1 ......,.. t .. .. n ...nil .... I . ,m.u nnliiiiutu tu till! ..,. tl'llftkll. I il consul's in aim-maun, " i'u un no ucim I.UIIIUI1IO, id iiiv n"ov . mui,m.,i.i .,.i II,.,. ....,tut.,., tu i Tim rinw.M i tin. ri.nllv miner nf Poos Conn v. read n ntimher of .Marshllcni anil Unn ly inthir, mother tmd children. The message of the merchant Is perused and discussed just i.s 'thc news of the day. T. ere Is no section of Coos County not readied ny i ne i lines, unit ti is GUAM) .ICKV MAKIIS HHPOUT IIOI.DINd' .MISTKKSSUS OP DIS- oitin:i:iiV iiolsks at iiandox and .MAitsnriixn. (Special to The Times.) COQlUIiiiH, Or.. Dec. I. Judge Morrow of Portland arrived here to day and Instructed the grand Jury and started the adjourned term of circuit court. He has practically re covered from his Illness. The grand Jury made a partial re port this afternoon, finding true hills don resort cases, the mistresses of tlie places being Indicted for ron- .1. ...,.... !........ ..e Itl.r....... 'IMi.i..it . : ... . . . . : . . . . , -. . ..... . ..... . . u mi iiik nwimvjM iji ii i-ii.mi. i "w1" particularly Htiong !n Mnrshllohl and North uenu ami tne territory in. aiary . tnvtno Coffin Uladvn to tliese towns-strong among the people to whom the merchant must look inillctml weio Maxlne C oMlu. Ulntljn for his trade. Harrison and May Clark ol Mandon Your ails from now until the holidays, if not Inserted In Tho Times, !U1(1 iIohIo i lo.vt of Marshtlcld will fall to reach (JO per cent of the famines mat suoscrioe ior no omer local paper than TJieUmes. A POOK KATIIKK. OUNO persons who disapprove of their lathers may find sor.io comfort In statistics recently compiled by llavelock Ellis, who Hub J lieen muckraking tl.e ancestry ofj English men of genius. In tunny cas-i cis Mr. Ellis says he found that one parent, generally the father, had ' shown abnormally from a social or J-'IOUIIKS maii iiicinui NIHIL IfVUUIIL ON INCREASE They will bo arraigned soon and it Is expected all will plead guilty. .MAVOK Ol KASTSIDK EXTENDS THANKS parental point of view. He had been Idle, or e."t:ivngant, or restless, or cruel, or intemperate, or unbusiness like; in the great majority of these cases 'unsuccessful. " The fathers cf Dickens and Shakespeare wore cit ed tiB uxamples. In this country the tfnther of Abraham Lincoln Is t. e offI(,0 for lho f0Hp ,,. ,.oltU8i COMPIIiED IIV POST- MASTED crilTIS KOIt XOYH.M IIEK INDICATE PAID (iltOWTII IX POSTAL Itt'SINESS. Figures have been compiled by Postmaster Curtis of Marshfleld cov ering the number of pounds of mall handled In and out of the local Post To ti e many friends who gave me their support-and vote In electing mo to the office of Mayor, I desire to ex tend my thanks and shall endeavor to be worthy of your confidence. I keenly feel my responsibilities, but will endeavor to d.. my duties faith fully. Again thanking you, am, yours to serve, , It. C. KITTSON. Along the Waterfront I most conspicuous pioguuitor, himself unsuccessful, of an Illustrious sou. Tho statistics seem to prove little or nothing except that no youth need despair if his lather Is not quite all the old gentleman should be. If, be yond that, the facts arrayed by Mr. Ellis prove anything, they demon strate again how devious are V.ie laws f heredity and how little our sclen- tlsts know about them eluding the Itoseburg. Cooston, East side and Allegany routes. These figures were taken at differ The steamer Anvil, which has been In-; undergoing a general overhauling at Portland for the last few months since she was taken off the Sluslaw spit, whoro she was wrecked last "Don't ling me." she said, "you'ro too rough Ilcsides I don't care for such stough." Hut as soon ns he qtflt, Sho snld, with great wit: "Oh, Oawge, that was only a blongh." -n-ri- Somo Coos Hay people make light of trouble and others would keep It inrk. (letting a husband Is an art, hut keeping him Is a science. -u-u- A love match has to have Its fla roups. If a man lias no end in view It Is easy to soo his finish. In nfter years a barefaced He grows whiskers and becomes a tradition. TWOIIY'S SHIP PLANT lu the itoseburg figures, the Sumner lino is Included, the figures for the four star routes In November being as fellows: In Out .U.fi.'.ii l.ViSS . .12, COO .fi.OOO 10 4 !i 17 S.002 l.SL'O '-'l.'i 1.1 OS 17 17S ir. 23 The entire plant and supplies of Twohy brothers stored In this city, Jiro being loaded and shipped to Portland. P. II. Delano, of the firm will remain In the city for a Tow months more, due to the recent !8l!de that took place at ono of their -rock cuts on the line. Tills work la being done as quickly as possible, hut owing to the large ' Hosehurg First class . . . Second class . Third class . . . Fourth class . Cooston First class . . . Second class . Third class . . Fourth class . . Eastslde First class . . Second class 11 Third class 7 Fourth class Hi Allegany First class 21 Second class ir; Third class 2 Fourth class !i The figures show a considerable Increase lu the volume of mail hand led by all four routes; out periods under Instructions from summer, made a trial trip the other Washington, to nscortaln the growth "' She collided with a dock and of tho mall handled by contract and did considerable damage as the result to reach a fair idea of what the con-! f the spark plug burning out and tracts are worth in receiving b'ds. rendering the engine unmanageable. Capt. Levi Snyder, formerly of Co qullle. was acting captain of her. Capt. E. I). Parsons, former'y mas ter of the Alliance between hero and Portland, is now at Portland and or ganizing an independent bar pilot association to compote with the Port of Portland on the 'Columbia Klver. He Is said to have strong backing and a number of pilots will Join him. They will make n lower rate. The barge Lawrence, which has been tied up here for a time, Is tnk Ing on about ."00 tons of coal from the Llbby mine for Porter Ilrothers and will soon bo towed to Gardiner nnd Florence by the tug Itoscof. Extraordinary Sale! One -Third Cut in Price! Suits and Coats We are now cutting into the first, cost: of, these gannonts. In other words can now buy a coat or suit for less money than it cost us. Our regular price is marked on every garment. Take one-third off of this and that is. the1 price: you pay us.. For example: C07 fin Pnole ? Now only $24,00 Coats or Now only Suits, $21,00 Coats or Suits, Now only $18.00 $16.00 $14.00 $18,00 Coats or Suits, Now only $:t'5.00 Coats , Now only . S1?,00 Coats or Suits Now only $12.00' $10.00 $8.00) Every Coat and Suit Strictly New and of the Very Best Quality The Golden Rule Always Busy. There is a Reason. Ask Your Neighbor. LAIE TELEGRAPH York, rormnlly announced his with drawal today from the Progressive party, which ho helped to found. "He considered," his statement says, "that tin- result of the presi dential election made it evident that the third party idea was not accept mm: auk imouwun. f II r ArfiinHaf t,t Pri-aa to fntu Ilai TitnM 1 DALLAS, Tex.. Dec. I. The death nmu lo M1,! American people, and that . and they turned and shot lilm. ,11 'J 1 4 s:t 12." ! r..,; ::!s ss 1(19 1 JOHN' PUHPSS has returned from n pleasure trip to San Francisco. cuius i:u.vs asks pahho.y. i. v. w.'s tiiki:ati:.v ki.ouk.vck Tlicem- tbat Is necessary to be moved, .Mr. Deiniui must remain some time. Itoseburg ltevlow. "Committee of Vengeance' ens Violence. A letter addressed to the Mayor of Florence, and mulled at Portland, was quantity received at Florence two or three davs lte iti:-iii:.ui.(.' (iitAXTKi). cs Moines ShIimmi Keeper .Aluy Open On Decision. H).-iil, IT.- lii ,',) T'nir. I .MOIN'IJS, Dec. I.- Judge U II. Preston, of the Iowa Supreme Court, at hlH home In Oskaloosa, granted today the application of the Des Moines saloon keepers for a re hearing of tlie ease'ln which nearly two weeks ago tlie Supreme Court decided that tue local saloons must 'lose. A stav of execution of the court 's d" ree wa.- ordered Lead ers of the liquor element announced thur the s.iloous Here would be re opened i in in 'il nich after the seven members of the I. V V. were requested to leave town The letter Is as follows: To the employers of Florence, Oregon, Your action In driving out mem bers of the . v. v. will be met In n I:-IIiiikIIi, On Parole Prom Folsom, Is W'ntclimiii lu Pol l land. SACK AM UNTO. Oil.. Dee. I. Chris Hvans. train bandll. who terror Ized California In the Sfl's by a series of daring holdup In company with his partner, Sontng, personally ap plied to Governor Johnson recent ly for a pardon, as a substitute for tlie parole on wMch he now has his freedom from Folsom prison. IJvans Is now acting ns city ! wntchmnn in Portland. His applica I Hon was taken under advisement. "I've been working lu a lumber I yard, but I'm getting too old for ! such heavy labor." said Kvans. as I lie held up an arm trembling with 1 palsy and the stump of another which list from floods was Increased toady to twenty-two when seven negroes were drowned at llearno nnd one white man and another negro were drowned here. Moats were out this afternoon rescuing persons caught lu houses. In central Texas, where the waters have taken thirteen lives, the flood was receding this afternoon. 17"i persons marooned In an In ternational & Ureal Northern train al" nlg'-r near Merlin were rescued. The rain continued. mo continuation of the third party movement could have no other effect than tlie permanent success of tho Democratic party." It.WK .M...(;i:it SHOT. Itobbcis Flee Willi $10,000 nml Hie .Mounted Police Pursue. tllT All lllnl 'H. u I'lliM 1)4 llMlHH.l WIN.NIPKU. .Man., Dee. I.- A tel ephone message from Plum Coulee states f'ut tV.e branch of the bank of .Montreal there was robbed and .Mana ger H. M. Arnold was killed bv the way that befits your barbaric moth-! wns shot nway In his final battle with lods.. W'e will meet barbarism and lmrsuers. xo.v.cox i'i i h: x c i: '( r i :. (' ilium Parliament Illumes Uovein incut In Controversy. (Or Ao i,lf,l mp lo Coiw Uv Thin1.,! mOHLLW Dec. I.A vote of non- confldonce In the Uorninn govern ment lu connection with Its attitude in regard to tho tronhlo between tho lur sleep, are nil symptoms that military and civilians at inborn, Al- w"l disappear with the regular use saco, was adopted in tho Imperial 'f Foley Kidney Pills. They put parliament today by n vote of 2IHI Kidneys nnd bladder lu a clean, against r.l. One blank was handed Htrong and healthy condition. Owl In, wlillo forty-nine members wero Prescription Pharmacy. Frank I). not present. i Cohnn. Opposite Chandler Hotel. tin: .max who xkulkcts i m.Msixi'. I When bis condition points to' kid ney tronhlo takes an unwise risk. Hackache, pain and soreness over tho kidneys, nervous or dizzy spells, phach co.f:hi:xci.: iifld. Phono 71. The People ELECTED I'S VKAIIS M',0 TO SHUT I TIIHM WITH SATISFACroilV CI.OTHK AT SATISI'VIXt! I'ltllKS. H.,-0 to $10.00 DltOP IX A.VI KKK IS Hi or it xi:v sTOitK n Tin: out iustof. Fin: iti'iutixu The Fixup llcpendiilile Clothtf. TWO STORKS Mar.sMleld Xortb tail Phone !M'b its methods with harbarlstlc methods. An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth only fourfold. Siimmor will be here and a lew matches will do the work Look out capitalist hell ions. COMMITTHH OF VH.VC.HA.WK. You may chew on a clove, you may suck on a pill. Hut the scent of tho booze will re main with you still. Attempt Made to Itenew .Negotia tions with Strikers. tPy Ao1aie, l'r,. o fool Hay TlmiM,, DKNVHIt, Dec. I. Secretary of Labor Wilson hold n conforonco to- (lav with flin Pnlnrniln ...... I .., ,.....( ...... I don't want to bo do-i ,,, ,.. , . . . .... ... i Hi an effort to bring about n re- Bumptlon of their meeting with tho strikers. It. was expected that If tho oporators agreed to contlnuo tho pence negotiations tho Secretary of Labor would ask tho strlkors to mnko similar agreonionts. I Times Want ads .bring results. pendont on my children: I don't want- to be dependent on anyone. "1 want to euro for my wife and our crlpple.d child and during tho few years that reinnln for me I want to be a free man. Ill 1I.1..U . i. i (i inn i run mo train as i was accused of doing. The Sontag broth ers committed that crime. The Southern Paciric detectives were go ing to fasten the crime on me and Hint was why 1 fought them." Times Want ads bring results. Mm SI' IT CASKS HAND HAUS HATS AND CAPS IRVING BLOCK MUX'S .XI1 HOYS SPITS AXIt COATS. A XKW AXI) COMPIjKTK STOCK OF 1 'TKX1SII. IXUS There's a Dollar in Satisfaction M-rvliv and stylo for every dollar ,,, pay for Clothing; in THE PAUISIAX, ami vou i.ay no more dol nrs foe ,F. PAUISIAX n, ,de garments !, you voUl w for ap.iare. of inferior make W hv ex,.,,,!,,,, dim- ,K..I.Tt prod.ictlons of the .Master Tailors of Xew York? They express tlu-l,. ,niiLZ ol making only the best and ours of supplying only the best to you lMUCK MUX'S SPITS AXIt COATS PltlCH HOYS' SPITS AXIt COATS TO $40.01) .00 TO $1.1.00 HKPOHT VFSSKL LOST. Uydioginplilc Kurcaii Has Xo H.(.. onl of San Juan. tlr Au.t. Vrm lo Coo Tlmra.) SAX FltANCISCO. Dec. -I.A cab le from .Manilla, by way of London, dntod yesterday, roports the baro facf that the United States vessol San Juan was wrecked nonr Parcel. None of the reference books list tho San Juan and tho United States hy drograplilc bureau hero has no know ledge of n United States vessol by that nanio. Forced to Vacate! Our lease has been canceled and we only have untS January 1st to get out, As yet we have been unaoie i secure a suitable location and for that reason will closed" the entire stock of high grade jewelry, Gold Filled Jewelry, Mj Solid Gold Jewelry, H Waltham Watches, 1-4 ' "-mors. Tliu nioiintoj police tJ pursuing tiiu roliljcw. Arm,u .. I'l'mo when the bandits entered. hJ siinnutted at tho pghits of revolrerJ ...I. II-. At. .. 4 . . I "line in,, tin ie was'lelng robbftlo ",(Hio, huu thetfilcvcsranfw the building Arnold ran In nun PHKXDKIUJAST WITIIDKAWS. Xew Yorker Quits Progii'ssho Party Ah Xot Acceptable. tnr Auorlaltj rrm to Coot nr Tlmw. N10W YORK. Dec. 4.willlnm A. Prendergast. comptroller of Now S. S. JENNINGS XOHTII UKXD. HIOADQUAHTEltS FOIt Holiday Good m IIHHVI Souvenir Spoons, 1-4 2S Per'Ccr Discount On everything fji nnmrnunitv Silver ana Be.ii Alarm Clock? A cmnll WeDOSlt any purchase unlilX. oKm.H sftcure'vvw': the sale will be S . .. i..nnrt nr C9 at these leuuucu r . '.,ior m-irRs eo into ent again, I have no old stock; everything new and up- E. C. BARKER, Jeweler 266 NORTH FRONT STREET I'luch t also f, so h Sa F. at "cent litt U SSES' ELEC 180!