The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, March 23, 1914, EVENING EDITION, Page FOUR, Image 4

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THE 0003 BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1914 EVENING EDITION. ,
FOUR
BEIl HE
EMPTY TMK
A Dniincroiis llomli It Can he When
Flllel Willi (Jniollno Vapor.
MoHt persons b-llovo that gasoilno
In its liquid state is very explosive,
but gasoline la quite harmless ex
cept when exposed to a linked flnnio,
when tlie liquid will burn very rnp
Idly, but not necessnrlly explode,
snys Wllllnm II. Stewart, Jr., of
the Stowart Automobllo sebool. A
llKhted match may readily bo ex
tinguished by dipping it Into the
fluid If done quickly.
ClnHollue tanks such as used In
automobiles may easily be soldered
with tli. hot fianio of the blow
torch- i tlie tank Is partly filled
with gasoline, llowovor, if the tank
Is almost emptied o Its contents,
leaving only enough of tho fluid to
form u k"b, tho tank becomes a most
(liuiKoroiiB bomb. In fact, a num
ber of persons luivo ben killed by
taking tho precaution to empty the
tank before soldering, not knowing
they were thereby crentlng a Kreat
er source of dang, r.
Haw gasoline burns very slowly.
If It were not for tho vaporizer or
carbureter on the automobllo on
gluo the gnsollno would be practical
ly useless, "In other words there
must be a propor mixture of gnso
lluo and air In order to Ret an ex
plosion, This Is the function of the
carburetor, namely, to reduco the
liquid khhoIIiio to an explosive blx
ture. This Ik done by two main con
trn's, namely, th.it of tho gasoline
and that of tho 'air. If too much
air. Is admitted and not enough
gasoline a lean mixture is ob
tained. If too much gnsollno and
not enough air then a rich mixture
results. In eltln r case tho motor
will not approximate Its horso pow
er. ,ot until tho propor proportion
Is leached will It develop the great
or efficiency.
Wl I Kit K .SCHOOLS IWLL down.
Teacher Says They Neglect n Rule
That n I tut Trainer Knew.
"I spent four of tho best years of
my young life In one of the befit nor
mal sc'.ools In this or any other
country, trying to lenrn how to tench
school. My toacherH wore among tho
best men and women 1 havo over
known, and they were all teachers
of long and wide experience who did
their host with me to help mo become
what I greatly wIrIioiI to bo, nanioly.
n first class tencher. After they got
through with mo I taught school and
superintended teachers for ninny
years; and after that It was my for
tune to travel this country ovor. vis
iting schools and seeing bund reds
mid thousands of teachers, of all .
sorts, sexes and sizes, at work in
school rooms; and I am here to state
t'nt I learned more of what I firmly
believe to bo the fundamental fnctn '
regarding school teaching from that i
common rat teacher than I ever
learned elsowhere In all my life! Anil i
I believe that, today, tho real reason
why our schools nro not doing better I
than thoy are- -why thoy nre not ed-
ucatlng more of tho children thoy ,
nro trvltig to teach nnd nro paid for
teaching- Is because they fall to un
derstand and comprehend those sim
ple pedagogical principles which this
common man so simply yet forcibly .
stated."
Tills Is what Wllllnm II. Smith I
writes In tho Aniorlcan Mngazlno nt i
tho conclusion of a description of nil '
Itinerant Oermnii and his troupe of
trained rats. During a discourse on
tho art of rat training the (iormnii
had said:
"ITnd dot's yust der difference pe
tweon n goot- rnt-doncher unci a shoo'
doachor! A shool doacher, he dinks
ho can dench nuy child niiydliiks vat
ho blenHOs, but be couldn't do It!
Schlldren Is yust like rats. Same
schlldren vlll lenrn von ding, und1
soino odder schlldren vlll learn sonio
odder dings; und von a man vns n
goot shooj doncher he vlll find out
first vnt a schlld can lenrn, und dench
him dot dings, und not vnsto bis time
trying to dench him vat ho don't
noffer can lonrn."
And It Is tho folluro to under
stand this pedagogic!!! principle says
Mr. smith, that ninkos scnoois wonit
whoro they should bo strong.
World Noied Sculptors Produce
Marvels In the Plastic Art
Superb Decorative Statuary Fast Assuming
Form at the Panama-Pacific In
ternational Exposition
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HODIOIOUS works of sculpture nre now being completed In the sculp
tural warehouses of the Pnnninii-Piiclllc International Imposition.
Many of them have already long been finished. The works are re
markable for imagery mid vigor and for beauty of conception.
Not for many years will the world be enabled to enjoy so marvelous n col
lection of the works of contemporary sculptors. The World's Columbian Ex
position at Chicago first proved that the greatest talent might be employed to
produce even work of temporary value. Since then mere and more attention
has been given nt each succeeding exposition to sculpture as n form of decora
tion, and now the I'nnamn-Piicllle International imposition promises to surpass
even Chicago's exquisite display.
Viewing the superb groups and Individual pieces of statuary, the visitor
feels like a Lilliputian who has been transported Into a land of giants. Some
of tho grent groups nro of colossal dimensions. Many of these great pieces of
stntunry will adorn huge triumphal arches and when so placed will seem of
natural size to the visitor who stands upon the lloors of the exposition courts.
Wo present upon this page some classical examples of the sketch models
nnd the enlarged figures. A number of America's foremost sculptors have
been engaged In the production of these figures. Among the sculptors are
many names widely known both In America nnd abroad. Tho list Includes
A. Stirling Calder, acting director of sculpture; Albert Jaegers, Fiirlo Plcclrrllll,
I.eo Lciitclll, Hobert I. Aitkin, Adolph A. Weinman, Isadoro Kontl, Evelyn Ilea
trice Longman, Mrs. Harry I'ayne Whitney, Douglas Tllden, tlutzon Ilorglum,
II. A. MucXell, James E. e'riisor, Charles O. Hunisey, Halg I'atlgan, l'aul Man.
ship. 1 (1. It. Hotli, Charles Xcllmus, T). C. French, Herbert Adams and others.
The sculpture of the PuuiiiiM.PnclIlc Internationa Exposition will carry
out the note of tho exposition In celebrating the opening of the Panama canal.
Tho spirit of achievement as exemplified by America's work will be Idealized.
When the sculptors began to plan their work they had as an Inspiration nn
undertaking which has appealed to the Imagination of the world for centuries.
In the opening of the Panama canal they saw the final result of four centuries
of effort to secure n passageway between the oceans. The statuary will repro
duce upon n wonderful scale the historic Incidents connected with tho Pananin
canal. Figures of the early explorers of tho oceans, groups symbolizing the
effort to pierce the rocky backbone of the continents, compositions designed
to symbolize occidental and oriental themes, colossal representations of strug
gle iind achievement, will Illustrate many of the dramatic topics Inseparably
associated with the search for a passageway to the Pacific and with the final
building of the cnnnl at Panama.
And while tho sculptors are fast completing their splendid productions,
which reveal the lUeals of sculptors of the present day, other work upon the
exposition Is fast progressing. When the gates of tills, America's Pnnomn
canal celebration, swing open to the world on Feb. 'JO, 11115. It will be upon n
fully completed and perfected spectacle, the sotting of tho greatest interna
tional celebration that the world has ever beheld.
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Copyright, 1913. by tho Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co.
"SUNSHINE" AND "SPRING" AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC IN
TERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915.
ME Inrge group nt tho right Is "Spring," by Furlo PIcelrrllll, ono
of tho groups in tho Court of the Four Seasons at tho I'nnnmn
Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, HUB. At the
left Is "Sunshine," by A. Jaegers, who has created a companion
tatue, "Italn."
T
FORKS'!' XOTIW.
.Connecticut bus one and a half
million acres or ttmborluud, mostly
In farmers' woodlots.
India Is developing an Important
tiirpontlne Industry, though It does
not yet supply the homo market.
Onlv one wood. Spanish cedar.
(codroln odnratii) Is commonly used
for clgHr boxes. Sometimes a cheap
er wood may form tho basis of the
box, with paper-thin veneers of the
tropical wodnr over It.
It 'has been suggested t' at certain
kinds of timber on the national for
ests bo reserved for the neods of the
jiavv. This recalls the fact that the
first forest reservations in this coun
try were made for naval material.
Libby COAL. Tho kind YOU have
ALWAYS L'SKD. Phoiv 72. Pacific
Ylvory and Transfer Company,
Have you. Job printing
The Times office.
dono nt
Times Want ads bring results.
t A great majority of persons nf
flleti'd with cizema have no other
allmont, which Is aeoeptod ns proof
that eczema Is purely n skin dlsonso.
Moritol Eczema lleniedy Is recom
mended ospeclaliy for eczema nnd
disoas' b of the skin. If you nro nf
fllctod with this torrlblo disease
wo nek you to uso this romedy on
our guarantee. Owl Prescription
Plinrmacy. Frank D. Cohan. Oppo
nlto Chnndler Hotel. Phono 74.
Central Avenue Drug Store, locnl
agency. Prlcos COc nnd $1,00
TO THE PEOPLE OF COOS HAY
Wo wish to ngnln call your atten
tion to tho fact that wo aro boIo
agents In this city for Merltol Pile
Homed'. Our success with this rom
edy has far exceeded our most san
guine expectations. Therefore wo
aro plensed to recommend and guar
inteo overy package of Moritol Pllo
Homed'. Owl Proscription Phnr-
tnncy. Frank ij. coiinn. upposito
Chnndler Hotel. Phono 74. Cen
tral Avenue Drug Store, locnl agency.
Price $1.00.
.NOTICE TO CR KD1TORS
Notice Is hereby glvon that tho
undersigned, Johanna s. Kruger, lias
been duly appointed oxocutrlx of the
estato of Hobort August Ilorrman
Kruger, deceased, and that letters
tostaiuontnry havo bocn Issued to
hor out of tho County Court of the
State of Oregon, In and tor the
County of Coos,
Now, nil persons having claims
against said estato are hereby noti
fied to present the samo with prop
or vouchors, wltnln six months from
the dnto of this notice, to mo nt tho
office of James T. Hall, Room 11,
Eldorado lllock, Mnrshflold, Ore
gon, duly verified ns by law re
quired. Hated this ICth day of March. 1011.
JOHANNA S. KHUGEH.
Executrix of tho estato of Robert
August Ilorrman Kruger, deceased,
First publication March 1C and
last publication April 13, 1914.
t '.i i i M
Merltol Itlieumntlsui Powders
Tho unusually largo salo of this
remedy Is tho beat ovldenco wo
could offer you to provo its merit.
It Is made of effoctivo Ingredients,
and Is guaranteed to glvo pormnn
ont relief for rheumatism. Wo will
glndly show you tho formula and
explain Its niorits to you. Owl Pre
scrlntlon Pharmacy. Frank D. Co
han. Opposlto Chnndler Hotel.
Phono 74. Central Avemio Drug
Store, local ngoncy. Prlco 50 cents.
HAVE THAT ROOF FIXED
NOW
See C0RTHELL
Phone 3171.
Chimneys Flro Places
J. N. Bayliss
Any kind of brick work at price
that tiro right.
AND A Mi WORK GUARANTEED
Call nt "Tho Fireside," Johnson
Illdg., 17 Second st. Phono -lill-J.
French Hunges. Holler Work
AUK YOU HOTHEHHI) WITH
CORNS'.' If so, you nro deprived of
half tho plonsuro of life pleasant
walking nnd healthy exercise. A
visit to Mrs. Olivia Eduinii, Scientific
Chiropodist, Apt. , O'Coiinoll bldg.,
will bo tho source of a pormanout
remedy for aching feet.
Low! Rates for
Handling Trunks
Wo haul trunKB between nnj
points In Mnrshfleld tor the follow
ing rates, delivery to be made Id
tho first stories of building;
One trunk S .23
Three trunks SO
Twelve trunks l.Kf
Star Transfer and Storage Co.
Levi Hclsuer, Prop.
Phones, 120-J; 40-L; 98-R.
Inter-Ocean Transportation Co.
Scmi-weckly service Coos Buy und Sun Francisco.
S. S. Redondo
SAILS FROM SAN FRANC rSCO FOR COOS
BAY, TUESDAY, MARCH 24, AT 3 I, M.
Equipped with wireless and submarine belh
Passengers and freight;
S. S. NANN SMITH
Equipped with wireless and submarine bell.
Passengers and freight.
WILL SAIL FROM MARS1IF1.1DLD FOR SAN
FRANCISCOPUESDAY, MAR. 2-1, AT 8:45 A.M.
San Francisco office, Greenwich street pier No. 23
and GOO Fife building.
Coos Bay Agent, C. F. McGkohoh, Phono 44.
EQUIPPED WITH WIHKLKSS.
Steamship Breakwater
ALWAYS ON TIME.
Sails from Mnrshflold March 14th, 11 a. ni.; March 21st, 7:00 a. m.
March 28th, 11:30 n. in.: April 4th, 1 p. in.; April llth,. 10 a. in.;
April 18th, 1 p. in.; April 25th, 10 n. in.; April 30th, 1 p. m.
Sails from Portlnnd March 18th, 25th, 8 a. in.; April 1st, 8th, 15th,
22nd, 28th, 8 a. in.
Tickets on salo to nil Ea&tcrti points nnd Information n to routes
and rot en cheerfully furnished.
Phone I27-L. II. J. MOHIt, Accnt
S. S. AR0LINE.
EQUIPPED WITH WIltKMCHS
El.NK PASSKNOKK ACCOMMODATIONS. NEW HTKKIi llOAT.
Sails from North llend, Eridn', March "0, for Hun . I'iniicl.sco.
PASSICNOKltS AND l'HKIUUT
North Bend Lumber Company, Agts.
Plioitn 1571. North Heiul
REDUCTIONS IN FltEIGJIT KATES WITHDRAWN
S. S. HARDY
SAILS FROM SAN FRANCISCO FOR COOS RAY
EVERY ALTERNATE FRIDAY AT 1:00 P. M.
San Francisco office, Hnrrlson St. Dock, Pier 10,
West Const 8. S. Line. E. J. LINDICN, Ant., Phono Roup. 2070.
S. S. ALLIANCE
EQUIPPED WITH WIRELESS
SAILS FROM PORTLAND FOR MARKHFIKLD
SUNDAY, MARCH ilii, AT (I. P. M.
ROUND TRIP, 918.no. .
Connection ultli (ho North Hank Road nt Portland.
North Pacific Steamship Company
Phone 1 1. C. F. M'OEOROE, AkoiK.
Analyze
Your Methods
If your advertising expenditure is not pro
ducing the right results, don't condemn adver
tising. All arguments are against you. Mon
umental successes are right here in Marshfield
to contradict you.
Analyze your methods!
Do you do your advertising in the way of
an investment? If you have looked into the
matter and given proper attention to returns
you know that the very best publicity a busi
ness can have is that built by newspaper ad
vertising. ,
Some business houses are still sending out
the cheap dodger which, like a beggar, is most
always stopped at the front door. THE TIMES
is welcomed in every home. It gets into the
best room in the house and is sought by every
member of the family.
Mr. Business Man, newspaper advertising
never fails. A single advertisement may not sell
your entire stock, but every dollar you so in
vest will bring you ample returns.
Phone 133.
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tlons furnished on rmMt.
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ICye, Ear, Nom and Taratt
DR. MATTIE 11. 8IIAW
DlscAses of women and chfllr
Office phone 330. Roomi lit, HI,
202, Irving Block.
Houbo phone, 10S-J.
DR. A. J. HKNDItY
DKNTI8T
Marshfield, 0re(oa.
Rooms 204-205, Coke Bulldlii,
Rosldonco phono 262-X.
Offlco phono 112-J.
MRS. FARIUNOER,
Teacher of PUao.
Rosldcnce Studio, No. XIII,
Corner Commercial and EIithiIM
Phono aSO-J,
BENJAMIN OSTLINI),
Coinultlng Engtaetr ul
Architect
Offices, 200 Irrlnjt Block.
Phono 10:i-L or 207-J.
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