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THE COOS IAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1913 EVENING EDITION.
The Kitchen Heater Means
Kitchen Comfort in Winter
The kitchen heater attachment to the gas
range easily holds fire over night. In the morn
ing tl.j i Jon is warm, there are no fires to
build, and Lreakfast is quickly prepared on the
It enables gas range comfort through the
winter. Burns garbage, trash or solid fuel and
is made to radiate heat. Two places on top
for warming or cooking. Avoids the expense
and bother of setting up and taking down the
solid fuel stove.
An order placed now insures early delivery.
Oregon Power Co.
Telephone 178, Second and Central,
EANDON ' BY THE SEA
THE CITY OF THE FUTURE
A PKW TK.V ACRE TRACTS FOUR MILES SOUTH ON
COUNTY HOAD .'M I'ER ACRE; 0100 CASH, BALANCE
TWO YEA ItS. NO INTEREST, NO TAXES, FINE SANDY
LOAM, LEVEL BENCH LAND.
Buy One It Will Make You Money
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS.
ALWAYS ON TIME.
KAILS FHOM PORTLAND AT 8 I'. M., TUESDAY, NOV. 11TII, TUES
DAY, NOV. 18TH, TUESDAY, NOV. iioTH.
SAILS FROM MAItSIIFIELD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 7 A. M.;
SATURDAY, NOV. l.-.TII, 10 A. M.; FRIDAY, NOV. 21ST, 0 P.
M.; SATURDAY, NOV. iiOTH, 0: A. M.
Tickets on milo to nil Eastern points um) Information as to routes
iintl rates cheerfully furnished.
Phono Main S5-L. P. L. STERLING, Agent.
S. S. ALLIANCE
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS.
SAILING FROM MARSHFIELD FOR PORTLAND
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, AT .3 P. M.
ROUND TRIP, $18.50.
Connection with the North Rank Road at Portland.
North Pacific Steamship Company.
Phoiu 1 1. C. F. M'OEORQE, Agent.
S. S. REDONDO
SAILS FROM SAN FRANCISCO FOR COOS BAY
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, AT 3 P. M.
San Francisco office, 805 Fife Hldg., or Lonilmul St. Piers No. 27.
Inter-Oceanic Transportation Co., C. F. McGcorge, Agt., Phone I I.
CIIAltGICS MY SOCIALIST LOCAL
THAT IIRI'TALITY WAS EX EX
CISED NOT SUSTAINED AT IN
QUI HY LAST NIGHT.
Hend?" asked Councilman Allen.
"Yes. I also t sonic In the morn
ing before 1 went out to tlio raneli."
"Had you boon drinking tlio tiny
before?" asked Attorney (loss.
"You illtlu't linvo wlint Is known
as n holdover, l.ad you?"
Levi llolsnor was tlio next witness
railed. After lit) wns sworn (loss
asked lilni when lie had seen the
prisoner on Saturday.
"I saw hint shortly nflor fi o'clock,"
said llolsner. "I eaniti to find out
what wns tlio trouble. I must have
been at the police station nearly three
quarters of an hour."
"How did you find him acting?"
"He was stnnipltig around his cell
In an Intoxicated condition."
Heard lllin Yelling.
"What attracted your attention to
"I heard yeljlng along the street
and found out who It was. I thought
It might have been the man my driver
brought over from North Hend and
went down to see. 1 found Gordon
Smith turning the hose on Doylo Jusf
as I came In."
"What kind of hose? Garden
"I didn't notice, hut T think It was.
G PADDING AGAINST CltOUP.
Tho best safegunrd against croup"
Is a bottle of Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound In tho house. P.
H. Gllnn, Mlddlton, Gn writes:
".My children nro very susceptible
to croup, easily catch cold. I give
them Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound and in every Instnnco they
get prompt relief and nro soon cured
Wo keep It at homo and prevent
croup." Owl Prescription Phannncy.
Frank D. Cohnn. Opposito Chand
ler Hotel. Phono 71.
North Bend Auto Line
Curs lenvo every 20 minutes from
7 a. in., to 7 p. in.: from 7 p. in.
to 12 o'clock ovory half. Faro lti
ctnts ono way, round trlf 25 cents
Commutation books, 20 rides, $2.00
Cars lenvo Chandler Hotel, Marsh
Hold and Noith Uend News Co., Id
GORST & KING. Props.
lu our now location, we nro e
peclnlly prepared to cator to family
tratlo. Regular meals or short or
ders. Open day and night.
Hroailway nnd Commercial Mfld.
THE INDEPENDENT AUTO LINE.
Watch for Footo pennant. Head
quarters, Mjirsliflold, Hlnneo Hotel,
phono 4G; North llontl, Club Clgnr
Storo, phono ll.'il. Lndles' wnit
lug room, Mnrshlleld. Dusy Cornor,
lllnnco Hotel, Winkler's Phnrmncy.
North llontl nt Stnr Thentcr. For
enrs prlvnto charter, phono 1-H-.T.
Low Rates for
Wo haul trunks botweon any
points In Mnrshllold for the follow
ing rntes, dellvory to bo mndo In
tho first stories of buildings:
Ono trunk $ .25
Threo trunks no
Twelve trunks 1.50
Slar Transfer and Storage Co.
Levi lleisiier, Prop.
Phonos. 120-J: 40-L: 9S-R.
C. A. Smith Lumber & Mfg. Co.
LUMIIER, LATH, SHINGLES, MOULDINGS, SASH AND DOORS.
ROOFING PAPER, ETC.
CUT THE FUEL UILL IN TWO HY USING OUR WOOD.
PHONE 10. HI) SOUTH BROADWAY
LET US MAKE
Title & Trust Co. Abstracts,
thoroughly tlepeuihiblt'. Ini
int'diuto service, prompt atten
tion to all liitt'icMs til' our
clients. .Minimum cost.
I. S. Kaufman (H Co.
Send Your Laundry
to Us By Parcel Post
VYE FURNISH A HAG AND WILL
PAY Till: POSTAGE ON ITS
Coos Bay Steam Laundry
Phone 57-J Marshfield
Coos Bay Tea, Coffee and
Phono 39 t-J. l S I Market nvo.
Pictures & Framing
;CALL A TAXI
DAY OH NIGHT
1 Party anil train calls a Specialty.
MAItSIIFIELD TAXI UAH CO.
It wns the kind 1 imo around tho
burn. Smith put It down whon 1
cnine In nntl stnrted swooping the
witter out before 1 went buck to the
"Did you do nny thing About It?"
"No. 1 wanted In find out whore
Doyle's wlfo was, and Jnck Curler,
who cnine In, naked Doylo whero his
wlfo wits. 1 thought he'd bo nil right
1 there for n while nnywny."
! "MM vim ullllnlf In Sill 1 1 ll ? "
"Yes. I asked hint what ho wns
doing. Ilo snld ho was giving Doylo
tlio wntor cure."
"What wns Doylo doing?"
"Ilo wns hollering."
"How wns he dressed?"
Doyle Wan Prepared.
"Ilo had on oilskins nnd rubber
hoots. I think the boots wero rolled
"Wns there nnybody else In there
nt that time?"
"There wns u couple of young fel
lows who I didn't know."
"Wns Doyle's oilskin cont buttoned
tip?" nsked Councllinuii Albrecht.
"No," answered llolsner.
"Did you nsk .Inck Carter about
It?" asked Councilman Winkler.
"Yes. Ho snld It wns not a regular
occurrence nnd that it would not hap
pen uny more."
At this point n new nrrlvnl In the
city, nntucd Sinclair, stutcd thnt he
was present In tho flrehnll, where the
Jnll Is located.- I to wns sworn, stat
ing that ho hud been In tho city a
couplo of weeks and was stopping nt
2 10 North Front street. Ho gnve his
occupation us thnt of n fanner.
"Did you see Doylo?" he wns ask
ed by (loss.
"Yea. Ilo was up tho street a
couple of blocks. He was drunk nnd
wns hollering nnd swenrlng. 1 was
In the 'flrohotiBo when I first heard
"How long hnvo you known Gordon
"About two weeks."
"Hnd Doylo n senr when you saw
"Do you know who brought him
Sinclair stntod Hint ho didn't know
the nniue, but ho pointed to Officer
Shotipc, stating that the latter and
two or thrco others carried Doylo In.
"What hnppenod then?"
"Doylo wns stamping, hollering
and shaking the bars of his cell.
Smith tried to get htm to stop, nnd
when ho continued Smith threatened
to turn the hoso on him."
"Wns ho successful?"
"No. Ho tried two or three times
nnd then plnycd the hose, nhout tho
size of gnrden hoso, on him for nhout
half n nilnuto. Doylo kept on ho)
taring. Finally ho nutated down, t.-n-lerlng
nnd kicking nt intervals."
"Was Doylo soaked?"
"I don't know how wol ho was. 1
loft hnlf nn hour after."
"Wlint wns tho tempinnturo of the
"It wns not cold. I was sitting
In tho snnto room nnd It wns all
"Did you soo llolsner there?"
"No.- Not until the using of tno
hoso wns ovor. lie talked n Uttlo
"Did S,mlth nbttso the.mnn In talk
Ing to him?"
"No," replied Slnclnlr.
Ed Howntt was tho next witness.
Ilo stnted thnt ho hnd known Smith
for two yenrs nnd thnt ho wont- to
tho flrohouso occnslonnlly to seo tho
Howntt Plays Chess.
"Do you piny chess often?"
"Do you piny chess often?" nsked
"No," replied Ilownttt. "I piny nt
Ills testimony wns slmllnr to that
of Slnclnlr. Ilo emphasized tho fact
thnt Cordon Smith hnd used ovory
effort posslblo to get Doylo 1o stop
swonrlng so that It could bo heard
by women passing on the street. lie
declared thnt turning wnter on Doylo
appeared to nmiiso tho prisoner, who
responded with nn enlnrged quan
tity of langungo. Smith then turned
tho wntor on Doyle's faco, ho snld,
nnd the man quieted down to some ex
tent, Hal Stutsman wns called to the
stand. Ho told of finding Doylo hud
fallen out of his bunk, and thnt Gor
don Smith Insisted on getting a doc
tor, for fear tho wound might become
Infected. Dr. Mlngus wns sent for,
ho said, nnd fixed up tho wound,
"Wns It cold In the room? nsked
"It didn't seem to ho," replied
"Wero you there whon Ilelsner wns
"Yes. Somebody nsked him if
Doylo was ono of his men nnd ho
"Did you seo any bruises on his
head when Doylo wns brought In?"
Dr. Mlngus Testified.
Dr. Mlngus, on boing called to the
stand, wns questioned by Attorney
"What condition did you find
Doylo tn?" ho was nsked.
"Ho was lying In his hunk, appar
ently tntoxlcnted." '
"Did you seo nny Injury on his
"There wns n slight flesh bruise an
"Wns he sonked with' vntor7"
"Some pnrts of his clothes were
"Around his collnr and faco."
"Wns Doylo cold?"
"Ho wns qtilto wnrm."
"Wns there nny Indication thnt ho
might cntch cold?"
"No. Ho was lying on a dry hod."
"Wns it wot in tho cell?"
"Thoro wns a llttlo wntor, hut not
very much. I saw no phtco mnrkud
by blood which might Intllcnto whoro
his hend hod struck. Thoro was
some blood on tho floor."
"How much blood wns there on the
floor, doctor?" nsked Cotiucllmnn
IWooil 011 the Floor,
"Two or thrco spoonfuls, I should
sny," replied Dr. Mlngus.
"Wlint wns tho height of the
bunk?" nsked Winkler, of Gordon
"Twenty-two InchcB," replied
Gordon Smith wan the next witness.
"When did you first seo Doylo?"
"In front of tho Ploncor Hartlwnro
store," ho replied. "I nsslstcd tho
men to placo Doylo In his coll."
"Wns ho violent?"
"Yes, I hold his feet, while Mr.
lill von nnd Officer Shotipo took his
head and arms. Wo laid him on his
bunk, but he sat up nnd kicked tho
side of tho cell nntl commenced swear
ing nt the top of his voice. I told
him to stop swenrlng us women paus
ing on tho street could henr him. Ho
cursed mo and tho women. I then
mndo a bluff thnt I wns going lo wot
him with tho hoso If ho didn't shut
up. Hcforo I turned the hoso on ho
cnlled 1110 everything he could think
of, nnd Mr. Nuhvo tl, across the
street, told 1110 thnt ho could henr
him. I nlihctl tho hoso nt his faco
nnd turned It on."
"Was the hoso close to him?" ask
ed Attorney Goss.
"No," replied Smith. "It would
not roach and there wns tho bnrs of
tho cell nnd the corridor between us."
"Did you elenn up the wnter?"
"Yes. Thoro wns about n gnllon
and a half on tho floor. Jack Carter
and I swept It up and I went out to
supper. I got bnck nt 7:30 nnd ask
ed Hal Stiitsmnn how tho man wns
getting along. Stiitsmnn said ho had
fnllen on tho floor. Wo picked him
up nnd luld him on tho hunk. I hud
changed the bedding hcforo going to
supper by tnklng tho stuff from tho
ttppor berth for tho tower one. I put
my hnnt insldo Doyle's cont nnd
found that his shirt wns not wet ex
cept around tho collnr."
"Wns It cold In tho room?"
"No. Thoro was n flro In the stovo
a short tllstanco nway."
Mayor Straw then questioned
"Do you not remember mo tolling
you sonio time ago that I thought It
would bo a good Idea to stop tho
nolso from unruly drunks by giving
them a shower bath?" ho nsked.
"Yes," roplled Smith., "I remem
ber you snylng somothlng nhout It,
hut thought that was a josh."
"Did you get any orders to uso
water on all drunks or only some of
tho worst?" nsked Councilman Wink
"I didn't got any orders of nny
kind to turn wntor on prisoners," de
Officer Shotipo wns the noxt wit
ness. "Did you arrest this man Doyle?"
nsked Attorney Goss.
,"Yes," replied Shotipo.
"WnH ho drnnk?"
Sayo Ho Wus duty.
"Ho was not merely drunk," de
clared Shoupo, "ho wns crazy. It
took about five of us to carry him
bodily to Jail."
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I nut slxtPPn
"tH I'o n member
'ii take this
"Soineboilv t,.t . .
nuu in in. 1.
stop the bn.tnllty n h Up "Jl
Hon." ln ,!le Police i,l
On being nupRiinn., .
"I that the Social.; x" ?r.gardUt
'o matter n n,. l'M
had apnoiulP.i t,i. 8CCretr 1
Ho .lata :
"oBsed tho nrrost of Dovv l
" with tho others he h 7
rofiisnii iiiLi.tti fle Nld
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Storgnrd did nol angWer
At (IiIh IKllnl m .
hand. .. ' l;?.r.8lrafftook
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that lio I.'m.i int., .. .
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iiuciimo ninisivo and u
wiuppoti out of the saloon
Shoupo touched him on Ih. .
When ho saw Slionpo's Etar heco
luenccd to use profane lan,...
ward tho officer, who then .Urtd
tu arest nun.
Would Drown Culprlti.
Following tho Mayor's statMM
Councllninn FerKiion also had oJ
to make. Ilo declared that ife
Doylo had appeared at the CoantiTi
inquiry, ho recognized In him a i
who had cursed nnd abused
the street sonio time ago whtn I
(Ferguson) hnd happened to (tit
ins way. Ferguson declared that o
this occasion Doyle was perfecthioJ
or and that his swearing and ibuKi
pcoplo appeared to be a habit.
"I have only thrco weeks mani
servo as Mayor," declared Mtjtj
Straw, on hearing this teittem
"but I wnnt to state that wei
stand for this kind of language t
used toward pcoplo on the i
in the hearing of our women (oik
It Is going to be stopped Kwebtqll
drown some of tho culprits."
As all the testimony hid
heard, It was decided to dose I
matter by tnklng actt-n it
and Councilman Ferguson sot
thnt the charges made against t
police form nnd Gordon Smith I
dismissed. This was seconded I
Councilman Allen and carried i
J. W. Dennett, who
tho meeting on Monday, wui
nnd reiterated what he said In
gard to hnvlng seen Doyle flM
tho officers from his office wW
Officer Walter Richardson,
test If vine along the same U
tho rest of the witnesses, aiWJ
Mavor If It wns possible till
pollco wore expected to allot
men as Doylo curse them,
mothers and everybody cow
with thorn. Ho declared tb"
reason In nil things and W
thought tho police had someW
atnnn tl.ov WflrO SWOm tO P"
i Wna nflor this statemfMl
tho Council proceeded to e
"Worn Minro nw l.rulanc I.lm9" tllO fOlCO from DrUISIl'J
"No, I didn't see nny until after-' handling of Doyle.
wnrd. " irind TOtl
"Did you strike him?" .l,.ia .miVn Phone V.m
"Yes. Ho was causing a row. I uverv and TrajunVjCCSSt!
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