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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON,
FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914 EVENING EDITION.
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BALL SCORES MB Kill
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ese JTnces and ' Answer the
Question. Remember, These Are
30x3 Non-Skld $1265
30x31-2 Non-Skld $700
32x3.1-2 Non-Skid . $18 10
33x4 Non-Skld . I.. $2525
34x4 Non-Skid, $2605
36x4 Non-Skid . $2775
36x4-2 Non-Skld $37.10
31-2Non-Skid:: I "$38 5
36x5 Non-Skid .. .$43 15
37x5 Non-Skid $4445
38x 51-2 Non-Skid, ..I.:" I""' $57.30
WHY 'If AY MORE?
Venice Dqfeats Pprtland Tvyo
to One Other. Games,'
Yesterday. ' ,
oir amoi itto-i rrnn to cw tur Tim.i '
PORTLAND, Or., Mny 15. Port-'
lauu wm defeated again yestor
lny at Venire by u two to oho,
scor. Tim results In thu Coast
At Sim Francisco It. II, K,
Oakland . , . 3 g n
San Francisco , 3 10 0
Datierles: Klllllay and MItzo; To
zor, Stnndrldgo and Clarke. ,
At Sacramento- u. II. K. '
I.os Angeles 8 !l 1
Sacramento 1 n 2
Ilnttorlos: I'urrltt ami Drooka; 1
Stroud and Hnnnnli.
At Venice It. H. u.
Portland t r 1
Vonlr'o 2 11 1
Uatterleg; West and Ilrcnlgnn;
Fisher, Hltt and DIIbs.
Victoria 0; Portland 2.
Tncoma :i; Soattlo 1.
Spokane ::j Vancouver -I.
The secret of the whole thing is just this: The only dif
ference 111 tin mnnilfllr llirar'c noct hnhunnn n l-in 4i---,l !--
and a non-skid Ire is the extra weight in rubber of the .nobs, Take a 34x4 the.,
the extra weight for the nobs is about three pounds, and rubber at 90 cents per
pound should make a difference of about $2,70 in cost between a smooth tire
and a non-skid,
What difference do other makes charge you?
SEE 34x4 in plain tread $24.35; Non-Skid treatl $38.45.
Prooklyn 0; Chicago 5.
New York I; Pittsburg 3.
Doaton 0: Clnrlnnntl C.
Philadelphia 5; St. Louis a.
Italian Who Stabbed Room-
, mate Some Time Ago Held
for Robbing New Friend
James Kom was arrested thin
morning ty Marsbal Carter on a war
rant chnrxInK him with stealing a
watch valued at $.15 from Emil John-
sen. liosn was brought lioforc .Ips
tlco Pennock this afternoon and waiv
ed his preliminary hearing. Ills hall
was fl.ud at $500. lloss was tmnblo
to get anyone to bo his bond and ho
will lio held In Jail atCoqullle pend
ing tho action of th'o grainl Jury
whtqh will bo In session next Soptem
Johnson mot Ross yesterday whllo
both woro under tho Influence of
liquor. They stopped at a lodging
house on Front street, whoro John
son paid for tho room they occupied.
Sometime during tho night Hobs took
tho watch and dug out.
This Is tie second tlmo ltoss has
been up before Justice Pennock.
Once bufore ho was charged with stab
blng a man named Herman Olson of
Uunker I Hi 1 nt the Coos hotel. 01
fn did not show up ut tho grand
Jury Investigation npd Hobs wns re
leased for lack of ovldence.
The flowers of .May have no attrac
tion for the fellow who Is keeping
up me iiinnui or nis rum moHsotn
Chamber of Commerce Gets
Samples., Containing Gold
and Iron .Ore
There: was i( display in t... windows,
of the .Marshfliild Chamber of Com
merce today, two rocks containing
valuable, mjuerul matefr One con
tains iron, goiu ami eoppor ami va8
taken from a .uilnlng claim on Poverty
Clutch, In Coos equity. The- lodgo
or vein inntter from which It was ro
Inovtul is abouf four feet wldo. Tho
other roc.k contain, a good quantity
or gold and was taken from a min
ing claim on Sucker Creek In Coos
County. Tho vein from which it
wns taken Is three and one, half feet
wide. Tho grado avcrago of tho ma
terial is about )IO0n ton. Iloth of
theso samples were sent to tho Chnnf
bor of Commerco by J. II. Myers, of
The Chamber of Commerce has
Just received a vnluablo book on tlio
Mineral Itesourccs of Southwestern
Oregon from the Department of tho
Interior, United States Geological
Survey, of which body George Otis
Smith is director. The material In tho
book was compiled by J. S. Dlllor,
who was hero about two years ago.
Exhibits from Coos county will bo
welcomed nt the Chamber of Com
merc. There Is nt tirobcnt a paucity
cf ex" Iblls on display In the windows.
Chhngo 0; Washington 1.
Detroit I!; Now York'l.
St. Louis 0; Iloston 1.
Cleveland 0: Philadelphia 1.
COL'LI) NOT IIKSIST.
Our- Price, 34x4 NON-SKID, $26.05,
A Saving to You of About 48 Per Cent
! When you byyjgifg
SlBuy the bestJM
II. V. Lucas SH'1kIm lut 1'iecu f
Chaiiut) for a Ouenclicr.
II. F. LucnB was arrested last ,.u ,. u. . v. , , ,, ,
night charged with being on tho ( ,,,H (om" ''" ?" T' 'J'
wi,o i, -. i,p,...wi,. iw.fnr,. ,.. urvmo liougo wag In town Snt-
cordor llutler this .nornlng ho Bald '.f VZW&nAlV1
that ,o had spent 1.1. last piece of lTiiln"Sfhhtabri2hlM2ri.?Bw,lXlR
ennngo lor a imio nrewaier, kuow- i)r011Bi1. ., ie. nrnntn ,
Ing that tho saloons would be rlosoil ,nr., rv 81 stnlue i'm,, lZ? nL
today. Lucas thought perhaps he, ,nJA' r 0' t""r .f"? "k
could find his way to his lodging u' ' '.0r K' fr . : fiiM Pnlrviw
1 house and sleep through tho day, Vto btob i
VI. 111 VIU..t. .... ..U .ll..l ..Ub I Ail I II HfAFIIIInB,, n .. .1 Ift Irt - I -t At. .A
lnu, 111,, nlmnnnl nvnn with n com. I "''""'" V,.""'u, '"'" l B "" "'
I XI. WH OV COQCILLK.
pass In his possession. Ho
SOtllit Of thn nrrxliin) lu tuilnc lir.imrli.
)' from ns far as Drowsier Willi.
surprised when he awoke to find Vl Is li romlorbd noMli. oni ifJ
thu fine Imposed upon him.
The liadlcN of the Catholic Cliuirh I .,, ln..
will hold a COOKI.I) FOOD SALi:,:,,,, mill ,,f
SATCUDAV, MAY HI nt Hiinuier'H tl0 npernteV
Whllo thero Is nothing so 'far ad
vanced as to bo given publicity,
,M,, " lllin MTL IIMIL IiriilllUIT-
1)0 tniidu booh by wlilclu
tho c. M. & M. Co. mnv
n.itrnfml Pjttlifttta uti !.!..
fwould not look so bad on Front
stroot nB they iiboiI.
Saturday Is The
El Glostove ft,'
Bargain Week in Electric Cooking Aparatus Ends SATUR
DAY, MAY 16. After That Date El. GLOSTOVE
Will Sell for $5.00. Why Not Purchase
For $2.50 NOW?
This is the new portable electric cook stove which will
soon bo famous, Has glowing coils; uses ordinary cooking
utensils; connects with any lighting socket; takes little
See the advertisements in last issues of Saturday Eve
ning Post and Ladies' .Homo Journal,
See It at the. "following stores! Sumner-Hardware Co.,
86 Market avenue" Phone 8-Lj Marshfleld Electric and
Construction Co., 172 North Broadway, Phone 364-L;
Langworthy Electric Co,, 148 North Broadway, Phone 158
Jl Coos Bay Wiring Co,,' 153 North Broadway, Phono
Oregon Power Co.
Try a Want Ad in tomor-;
row's TIMES as a 'stimulant;
Great Economy Sale
KIIIIKYVD Ill'VICItS WILL NOT OVKKLOOIC TIIIWIJ MONI.V-
SAVIXO I'ltlCKS. YOU Nil, J, FIND KVKUY 1TII A MI.S-
SAdi: OF KCONOMY.
IJoya' W'nsh 'suits, mado Af 75c Ludios' Flhro Silk, lllaclc
i'er'cnlos; (Inla'feas or Chain- Hose Kflp
In-ays, specially - .'QQn 0n,y uUo
jirlcod, suit, tl.CO audi oDC .. ... o,, .-., ., -
'- ' ' r '' Knyser'H Long Stlk OJovoa,
Clnrkls Dent Spool Cot- nr- "'"" "W whllo, Uoublp tip ,
ton, 8 spools ZuC ttnwn 1 nOn
Per pair ullb
Mos(iilto liar, various colors, ... ' ,
11 ,..,i ,,.i.i.. J 12 1-3 cent iCrotonnes, good
1 Vi ynrd wide, n ... .... .
- " "" 6c zrjirs ....ac
West Quality lllas IliudliiB Ladles' Hood quality Cross-
Tapo. 12 yards n ,mr UI)(l om.8tltcheil hand-
tor lub kerchiefs nr
Ladles' or MisBes' Madnran 0n,y 7 for ""
Middy mouses, mado of best Men's Calfskin or Hogskln
quality Galatea (hl fC Gloves, formorly 7Cc, Qn
cloth, spccJnl $liU Now UU
- THE PAIR "";;:::
SATISFACTION ALWAYS Oil MON KV HKFL'NDFD.
VKWS OF LAXCLOIS.
Goorgo .Mxther, wlille at Kdson
Ilutto nuttliiK lu his crons and look
ing nfier his stock, found a horse
Coos County Buildinn at Pan
ama Exposition to B:
Tlo Coos County buildluvc - ...nit
tee will meet n,J Coqulllo next .Mon
day morning at 10; 30 o'clock for tho
pprposo of organizing a pormanont
executive, couipilttp to enrry o.it tho
plans already formulated. It Is ex
pected that plans will ho submitted,
by novirnl architects wlio Imvo inndo
deslgiiH for the building,
Thorn will bo three ropr ypntntlvoa
from each rounuerr.nl orKMiilnatton
lu the county ut the meeting Among
the towns to bo represented xvlll bo
.Marshfleld. North Ucnd, Myrtlo Point
Dilution and Coqullle. Those on .tho
Multifield comiultti'o are Dr. K. Mln
nH, 0. It. Peck ami '. G- Chandler.
KopresuutattveH gf the vurlous com-
:fat in tho fenco, ami in freeing, inorclal bodies mot at Coqplllo about
uie nuinini a poio sirui'K Hint "1 tlio
fare, breaking hlH Jaw.
Fortj-piilao yonrs n,co Hon. ,J. A.
Cox and Miss Susie Wooden were
united In ipnrrlngo at Vnucouvr.
Wash. Tliev have snout tho grrinter
imrt of tlmlr lives In the wilds of
, Curry county. ' 01ithe nth of Mv,
SU 5, the couple will celebrate their
.golden woilrtliip. "
John Cox, tho Utile son of Mr.
nnd Mrs. I. Cox, was thrown from a
horse and qolto seriously hurt. Ho
was brought to Liglols the first
of the week nnd jilnced under the
cure of Dr. Pomborton.
I Mrs, W. D. Motheny of Lono Is
land brough her diiughtor tn Lang
lols Wednesdny and Is under tho
enro of Dr. Pemberton, who reports
Onlay to bo suffering with heart
trouble. LanglolH Loader.
two months ago and decided to havo
a building it the Pamtmu-Paclflc i)x
poHltlou. Tom Itlchardson said In n ro
cent public nddrcsH that Coos county
could not have a building at the fair.
Mayor Simpson or North Uond, tie
clareil later that (t'oos County would
haw a building If he !'iul tn build It
DIUTIIK AT IIANDON.
THE LATEST AND GREATEST DESSERT
..A delicious preparation for producing many dainty
desserts. .'Prepared from pure and healthful ingredients.
Contains no acid or preservative. '
FINE FOR CREAM WHIP.
PRICE TEN CENTS
THE GOOD HOUSEKEEPING STORE.
DHAIN VOTKS IIONDS.
Decides to Put In 1? 15,000 Muiilclml
DItAIN, Oro., May 10. At tho
speclnl city eloction hold hereton the
matter ot voting a JLinud Issnoju tho
sum of Jlfi.OOO for the establlRMment
or n, munlrlpnl plcctrlc llghtsysteui,
tho voto rfJulted. 74 for.'nnd' a I
against tii'o hondlng movoinnnt. The
oio being more, than two to one In
favor of tho bonds, It Is oxpocto'd that
the system will bo Installed Ji'mt ns
soon as tho necessary details can bo
George Mlglieai llornor of Curry
County died at the lOinergenc.v Hos
pltal lu lluudou Sunday. Mr. llornor
was taken suddenly with acute Indi
gestion some time ago whllo In thla
elty and wnH removed to tlio hosptlal
whore ho was given medical atten
tion, but' to no uvall.:
M. Itowan, n veteran of tho Civil
nr, passed mwy l this city Sunday,
Mr. Itowan bad been suffering for
'"me time with brlghts illsoaso and1
the end was nrt unexpected.
Harry Nelson, n well known IJan
(.ou man. died nt the homo of his
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Nolson, In
this city. Tho deceased was born In
Port Orford April a. 1877, came to
Dnndon lu 1881, nnd has lived hero
practically all his life. Ho was mar
ried n 1903 to Mis Melissa Kon
uedy, and to this union threo children
woro horn. Dnndon Itccordor.
HOAT LINK CIIANGK.
Ql?P a', m,
7.00 a', in,
8:00 a. in,
8:00 p. m.
9:00 ji. m.
lOjOO j. m,
11:00 p. ni.
Leave North Demi
G:4r, a. m.
7:15 n. in
8; in n. m.
0: 1C n. m.
10MS a. in.
8: in p. ni.
' 9MC jj. iu,
10:in p. m.
11:15 p, m.
12:15 a. m.
ClUinneya Fire Places
J. N. Bayliss
toy kind of brick work nt price
that are right.
AND AIJi WORK GUARANTEED
Dull at "Tlio Fireside," Johnson
nidg., 1S7 Second st. Phono 43i-3
Frencb Daugea. Roller Work.
A chnngo has been mado lu tho
Coqulllo Diver Transportation Co.,
wherebyCapt. Thps.-Whlto and Gur
loy fJonk'h'Tve tukenovor tho stenmor
Dlajintchnnd will run it In tho freight
.nervjcp betwoon Dnndon nnd Coqulllo.
Cnpr. Clias. Auhtoti. L'nnt. O. It. AV11.
'lard and assoclatca will oiiornto. tho
Charm, Coqullle and Wolverine. -Maudlin
(i KKd NEW nilA.IITEIIS.
SALEM Oru'A May 15. A certifi
cate to do huslnoss In tho stnto as
n trust company waj) Issued to tho
Denuott Tnis company, of Marshfleld
by State Siiiorlntendent of Danks Sar
nwy. The officers of the comjmny
are J. W. Dennett, President: Tom
Iipnnett, Vlco-Pres; Arthur McKepwn
Bdcretnry, and Den Swauton, assistant
THE LADIICH of tho Chrlstlon
Church will hold u COOKED FOOD
SALE SAT'UltDAr, May 10, at 'tho
office of W. A. RED), 150 Front, St.
Llbby COAL. Tho kind YOU havo
ALWAYS USED. Phono 72, Pacific
Livery and Transfer Company.
If you aro not luJiamed of vonr
goods -ADVERTISE THEM.