The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, April 28, 1914, EVENING EDITION, Image 3

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SAILS FftOM COOS BAY FOR SAN FRANCISCO'
AND SAN PEDRO, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, AT 12, NOON
Equipped, with wireless and submarine bell.
Passengers and freight.
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'$.,;S.-' NANN SMITH
Equipped' with wireless and submarine bell.
Passengers and freight.
WILL SAIL FROM SAN FRANCISCO FOR
COOS HAY, TUESDAY! VU'ltrfj U, AT 81OO 1. M.
San Francisco office, Greenwich street pier No. 23
Coos Bay Agent, 0. P. McGeorcie, Phone 44.
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Steamship Breakwater
ALWAYS ON TIMB.
Balls from Marshflold April lltli, 18th, 2Gth and 30th nt aorvlce
ol tie tide.
Balls from Portland about S;00 a. m., 8th, 15th, 22nd aad 2tth.
Tlcketa a 'Mlo to all Eastern- points and Information m te routes
and rates cheerfully 'furnished.
Phone 427-L. H. j. MOUR, Agent
8. 8. YKIiLOWSTO'NB Leaves Portland Tuesday, April i!8,
for Ooofi Roy. FREIGHT ONLY.
S.S.AR.OLINE
Equipped with Wireless.
Pin Passenger Accommodations. Ner H(e Ilont
SAILS FROM fARSHFIHLR FOR
I PORTliANl), SATURDAY, MAY 2.
NORTH BEND MILL & LUMBER COMPANY, Agts.
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S. S. ALLIANCE
"SAILS 'FROM 'MAR8HFIHLD FOR PORTLAND
SUNDAY, APRIL 2(1, AT 1 1 A. M.
ROUND TRIP, $18.00.
Connection with tlio Tfortlt Dank Road at Portland.
' North Pacific Steamship Company
Phone 44. O. F. M'aHORGR Agent.
REDUCTIONS IN FREIGHT RATES WITHDRAWN
S. S. HARDY
SAILS FROM SAN FRANCISCO FOR COOS RAY
ICVKRY ALTERNATE, FHIDAY AT 4:00 P. M.
'Sam Francisco office, Ilnrrlson St. Dock, Pier 10.
'West Coast 8. B. Line. K. J. LINDEN, Agt., Phono Dona;. 2070.
somebody
nero Is a tunic dress for tbo JlitU
girl who likes tbo samo sort of effects
that her mother Is wearing. The loose
sash Is held In placo by the wide bead
tug embroidery.
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"DO IT ELECTRICALLY."
"Thos. A. Edison Said:-
"All users will obtain this light, heat and
power from electrical distribution stations."
CENTRAL STATION- POWER is most flexible
and most economical, Central Station ser
vice gives you power WHERE you want it and
WHEN you want it in the EXACT quantity you
need. No over-Droduction of Dower whon your
plant is not running capacity no under-production
when your power need increases.
Investigate the Economy of
Individual Drive Motors
Have you ever stopped to consider the econ
r omy of Central Station power over the opera
te tion of your private plant? Have you' ever
, - figured the exact cost of installing economical
: : inriiuiiimi ArUia mMnrs In vniir factory?
Why don't you decide now to let our expert ,
on factory power make a study of your power
nmhlflms and Drenare actual statistics for you
1 Central Service power can cut factory costs for ,
f, you just as it has for hundreds of other for
Ii& ward-looking men. '
u Oregon PowerGo. fJ
Second and Central t .
Telephone 177 Today. "
SAN"DIEGO EXPOSITION
ALL 9i5 SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA.
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WHOLESOME
Orders for parties, banquets
-and-dinners filled promptly.
If It la BARTER'S It'a all
right.
'"Sartors'
Front street. -Phone 333-J.
OUR ELEOANT'UNES
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Times Wnt Ads
. Bring- Results
TAHHION MODESTV.
With tho nsauranco from
Mtno. Paquln that fashion has
already taken tho hint that de
cency In dress is' domandod by
ovon tho best drcssors, tho
Patriotic Lcaguo of French
Women 'should find tho road
toward roform easy. Our own
womenfolk, who havo hardly
yet hit tho French pneo. must
koop tlinlr eyes open to sea
that tho skirts which Paris Is
discarding nro not foisted on
them whon thoy nro looking
for most recent Importations.
Hut tho fact that rocont ten
dencies In dress, or lack of It,
becomes too Fronchy for tho
French should renssuro timid
wotnon who fenred that fash
Ion was going full speed to
ward prlmovnl customs. Now
that tho tldo has turned In
Paris wo may soon ozpoct to
fool tho effect of it oven In
theso backwators of fnahlbn.
Thero Is a dash of piquancy
In Mmo. Puquln's observations
that tho lady reformers nro
Ilka tho gondarmes who always
como too late. "Lot tholr pat
riotism bo assured," alio (lo
ci a rod, "wo nro going to closo
tho skirt." With fashion lead
ing tho way ono may not point
to modesty of dress as & vir
tue Doston Travolor.
Children's Disease Very Prevalent
Whooping cough 1b about evory--wbora.
Measles and scarlet fover al
most as bad, Uso Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound for Inflamed throats
and coughing. Mr. I. C, Hostler,
Qrond Island, Nobr. pays; "My three:
ciwuron nau severe nuacKs ot wiioop
Ing cough, and a very fow doios of
Foley's Honey arid Tar gava great
relief." Ow Prescription Pharmacy,
Frank D. Cohan. Opposite Chandlor
Hotel. Phone 71. Cenrtal Avenue
Druse Store, local asency.
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ONE LITTLE FB.VTHER A-STI01C
1NQ UP 8TRA10HT
Go to places where women ore
found.
Go to the church and the show
and tho street,
Keep your eyes opon and looking
Look at tho hats of the women you
meet.
Ono may bo large and another ono
Bmnll,
Ono llko a basket and ono llko
plnloj
But thero's n feature that's -common
to all
One llttlo feather n-stlcklng ,
Btralght.
Any old color black, brlndlo
whltc
They aro nil n mlxturo of this
- and of that;
Somo' havo th'o look of n boogor at
night
Moro than the look of a clvllliod
hat.
Dut when It comes to tho flnlsnlng
touch,
This I am sure you havo noticed
of Into:
Mighty few ribbons and flowers and
such
Only n feather a-sHckln' up
straight.
Ono' llttlo feather that
found
Whoro an old rooster had sicken-
ed and died,
Lording It over tho landscapo 'round
Llko an old plho on a baro lilt I
sldo. Fashion, wc bow and acknowledge
thy rulo,
Mastor allko or tho small and tho
great:
This Is the mark of tho feminine
fool
Ono llttlo feather n-Dtlcklng iup
straight
CAUSE OF INDECENT DRESS.
NEW YOHK, April 20. Who Is
to blamo for tho naughty drossosT
On tho best clerical and civil
authority It Is claimed that tho
womon havo achloved a crescendo
of nauglitlncss, silts transparen
cies, and other sartorial Illusions
or revolutions havo. received censure
on every hand. Yot the moro
thoughtful critics havo said that
tho American woman, llko n meek
child, woro what was set beforo her
by tho French costumor and ho
was responsible. Paris has now
llndlgnantly denied this, nnd
ono celebrated costumor announces:
"It Ib tho Amorlcan womon not tho
fronch womon who havo created a
demand for Indocont drosses,, Fron,ch
women Initiated tho mode
bqt American dpgradpd n," m.
Aron. pdtqr of ft fashion magailno
and proprietor of an exclusive
Fifth Avenuo, ihop camps pwwptly
to tlio tlefonBo of till countrymen in
this mnn'neri "Tho Amorlcun vomon
are self-respecting r, and they havo
oxcollimU tasttn In the matter of
dress,,.,. Thoy distinctly choose, tho
consorvotlvo rnthor than tno audac
ious .mode, In moro than ono
Instnnco tho Fronch designer has
failed to popularize n costumo bo
causo It offended tho oyes of his
customers from tho Unltod State.
II o shocking costumo Is simply an
attompt to win cheap and froo ad
vertising by tho French housa
which dostgns It. With that solo
purposo It Is lacor exhibited at thq
races or on somo other sultablo
occasion. The silt skirt Is absol
utely a dead Issue." continued
Mr. Aron, "and on the streot,
women's blouses will have a modest
V In tho front, but tho back will
bo flnlshod with tho Japanese collar
or tho Ellzabothlan ruff." Bo lot
tho moralists ceaco from troubling
and tho Comst.ocks bo nt rest till
next season anyway.
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Foley Kidney Pills Successful for
Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble,
Poaltlvo In .action for. backache.
woak backt rheumatism, kidney 'and,
bladder troubles. P. J. Boyd, Ogle.i
Texas, writes: "After taking two bot
tips of Foley Kldnpy Tills, my rhou-,
mntsm an4 kidney- trpublo arc con
.plPtely gone,"' fjafo and affeotlTo.
Owj prescription Pharmacy,- 'Frank
D. Cohan, Opposite Chandler Hotel.
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OUR-PEICES
Boys Shirts, Gingham and Chambrey. -t--25o and;45c
Boys' Waists, light and dark colors 1.25c and' 50c
Topsy Hose for women, boysiand girls 15c and 25c"
Ladies' Hose, Silk J50c to $2.00
Corset Covers 50c to $1.0Q
Ladies' Muslin Drawers .: -.i25c to $1.25
Matting ult Cases $1.45
Men's Hose :1.:-' '.-5o to 25o
Men's Hats .195c-and up
Apron Gingham, Fast colors .. r--.71-2c
White Crepe r 15c and 20c
Windsor Plisse, White and .fancy ;20c
Colgate's Dental Cream us10oand 20c
Colgate's Talcum Powder , -..J-15c
Colgates Soaps, three cakes for 25c
THE GOLIDENjcRULE
ALWAYS BUSY. , OUR PRICES DRAW
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OOMI1INATION ot tho waits, trot and tango Is tho "thrco In one," th
dancers doing a few steps from each dunce, changing with tho tempo
of tht-austc. Tho-picture shows the fli-xt position In the tango after
changing from tho wnltx A full cordo Is done, followed by a half
corde, four steps and another, half conle. Moro tango steps canlio dono If
desired or a half turn will bring tho Ur-t ono htep position.
A
industrial Review of the State
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NEW FACTORIES, IMPROVEMENTS AND ENTEHPRIHES THAT
INCREASE THE" PAYROLLS AND PROMOTE THE DEVELOP
rMBNT OFmOREGON
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(Proparcd by tho Stato Uuroau of oppronllco ruling of tho minimum
Industries and Statistics.)
SALEM, April 2?. Labor Commis
sioner Hoff has ronowed lilo fight to
forco all public Institutions upon nn
eight-hour day and tho Stato Hoard
of Control rofuses to comply, saying
the Legislature did not Intond to put
tho stato employes under tho olght
hour public works.
E. D. Phllllpl Is shipping 200 cal
ves to Sllvorton to holp out tho dairy
Industry. ,
Tho J. K. Armsb" Co, hnB aiip tho
proposition ot building a cannery at
Rosoburg.
Tho Nyssa choeso factory on tho
Snako river In March ihado 12,233
pounds of checso.
An 48000 meet packing plant Is
being ordered at Burns.
Tho iCallfornla-Orogon Power Co,
Is soaking franchise in Douglas co
Portland auditorium plans havo
been rejected by tho commissioners
and local architects havo been em
ployed and a building all niado In
Oregon may be tho result,
Washing population l,2fi0,000.
Oregon 700-,000. What's tho mattor?
Labor Commissioner Hoff declares
that tinder the decision of tho Su
preme Court certain laborers at stnto
Institutions must come under tho
eight hour law, If tho stale lrns to
borrow money to pay them
D. L. Harden of Ruficho' has In
vented, a drinking fountain fhtiuie
am) schools that will bo mnnifnctdr
ed thero.
A largo lea manufacturing plant
has been completod and l ready for
business at Bend,
Astoria continues Its campaign for
the use ot wood block paving.
Andy Matson, a Portland long
shoreman, Is contesting tho labor
vote with O. P. Hoff for Factory In
spector. Elmer Dover of the Orcpon Power
Co. says that with cheap power tho
3 Pacific Coast states will havo seven
million population by 1920.
- May 15, Marlon and Clackamas
counties vote on good roads bond Is
sues that" will cause about a million
and a half to bo exponded for labor
on permanent highways If tho elect
Ions carry.
i Tho Vancover brldgo across tho Col
umbla Is to bo on tho draw or bas
cule plan to let the largost sailing
vessels through, and is to bo built or
Oregon fabricated steel.
Labor union and closed shop poli
cies on tho Portland water front are
driving shipping moro and moro to
Pnufit- Round nn account of hlirli cost
6f loading and unloading vcbhoIs.
I The Springfield cement block fnc
i tory la working a larger force
i Merchants and .farmers plead the
rlgfit of. .their sons to learn .trado
, from which they are, shut out by tho
wngo commission.
Building docks nnd a seawall will
onnblo ABtorln to fill pany streets.
Tho Golden Star and other mines
In tho Bohemia group are putting In
machinery and doing development
work.
Flavol will cclohrato driving th
first piling In tho .great Hill doeks
Hystom,
Homo Industry won out at Pd
gono by nn order ot tho city. giving
nil orders for (wwor Pipe fa the ,Ru
gono Concrate works. "
Thu EiiKun'e street car system Is to ,
bo equipped wlth.MMOO pay-as-yu '
enior cars.
THE CLUCKING IIKN
Tho old cb-ay Jwn 3iaii ithirtetti
chicks, nnd round the yard-Rhejt)owa:
wnu picks, nnd tons the whole day
long; I loan upon tho garden feee
and watch that he,u of llttlo imn
whoso Intolloct Is wroag. M1hHb -the
most liniHjrUmt hon that eyr a the
hnunts of men a v7au(e of ffort'RHtle;
sho thinks It she should- ceasa Iter
toll tho hlaimtd unlvurso would spoil
its institutions fado, YH vain-a
trlfllnK Is her task: she wlrht
protltubly bask and. loaf thrmisjctou1
tho year; ono Incubator, from the.
etoro would bring forth ureltler eMk
and moro than fifty ,hona, culd, rr.
Sho ought to. jest .utr ,M(fkt.als;
logs, get down to Jacks aqd, lay,j0m
oggs, which bring tho valued tieka;
but In a vain porvortod way, Hh says,
j in uorned if i win lay." an)frana
mil fooiuii chicks. Ana ; m
nro Just tho same, they uluoaom
Idlo trifling gamo, and think th,eyari
suviug woou; tnoy nate uie-y
Hint's In demand, thp Jabs thaVco
iney cannnL stanu, and nil tlieir t
no good. WALT MASON,
New Jersov has a timbered area
two million acres.on which the tl
ber Is worth 18,000,000 on thostu
It Is mainly valuablo for Cordw
Port Orford cedar of the Pa
coast, rocently tried as a substlt
for English willow In tho manaf;
uro or artlllclal UmbB. has bee
unsatisfactory. While It
enough, Is too coarse and brl
Rellable-Foley'fl Honey
and Tar Comi
Just bo sure that you buy Fol
uouoy anu i or vonipouna jt is
uuuiu meuicino ror cougna,,
croup, whopping coughs, Jbrt
anu in grippe cougns, which arj
ening tq tno system. It ah
prompt anu uotinite resu
noarseness, tickling throat at
ry, wheezy breathing, Owl J?
tion Pharmacy. Frank D.Zi
upposiro Chandler Hotel, pi
uontral Avenue Drug .fit
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