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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD. OREGON. WEDNESDAnMS-EVENIKG EDITION
MOVK AVOUIjI) DO AWAY
IjIFU savinh station
CHANCE OFFERED FOR
LOCAL SUMMER RESORTS
' William .1. Klnlry, Stale (funic War-
VITII ' l'"i Snys Sportsmen of Kntt
Ask Jiirot'ttuit ion Ik' re
Dr. Mlngim Heads lMim Willi 1VII-
llon. 1'lvo Ships Wiiulil Patrol
Const DIstrk'lH In All Weather
Substitution of CoiiHt (iuurd hhlpa,
equipped with every modern form
of llfo saving apparatus and weather
nlgnnlo In place of llfo Raving Btn
tlonH at tho cntranco of tlio prin
cipal harhoru Is a movoment placed
on foot ycaterdny hy Dr.H.E.MIngus.
D02011H of petitions have been placed
In tho field. These will lie for
warded to Congress asking their aid.
For several yearB a close student
of shinning on tho Pacific Coast Dr.
Mlngtis has concluded that ships and
lit ob, aro lost constantly In had
weather principally because of the
fact that life saving stations with
tholr small boats sent out from
nhoro aro entirely inadequate.
For thlB reason tho movoment
would nsk of Congress ?l,r.00,000
for tho construction and equipment
of fivo Coast (liinrtl Ships. Theso
would bo stationed nt tho entrance
to San Francisco lloy, Humboldt
Day, Coos Hay, Columbia Hlvcr,
Puget Sound and at Nome Alaska.
These vessels would patrol up and
down a prescribed stretch of coast
lino. Fitted with wireless they would
keep constantly in touch with nil
coast shipping and at all times know
tho exact location of every ship.
With a speed of 22 knots nn hour
such a vessel, believes Dr. Mlngus,
would bo capable, of reaching any
point lit her district a few minutes
nftor tli6 first distress signal was
During a bad weather period, ho
believes that such a vessel would
ho whoro most necessary to aid
nmallor craft long boforo thoy have
Kotton ashore and Into tho lino of
Ho cites instances of whero ships
In this coast liavo been total wrecks
with many passengers and crow
members by reason of tho fact that
thoro was available no big boats
to tow thorn off slioro In time.
Tho Czarina, Hald Dr. Mlugus
could havo been saved at tho Coos
I3ny ontranco had a tug boat been
on tho spot, tho Hanoll might havo
been saved off San Francisco, the
Itosccrans o'n tho Columbia Jlar and
tho samo with thu Leggetl last fall.
Asking a list of summer resorts,
trails and guides In this county.
State (lame Warden William J. Fin
ley has wiltten tho Chamber of
Commerce. "KiiBtcrn Sportsmen,"
ho writes, "every week nsk mo
questions of this sort. The Oregon
Sportsman, a monthly publication,
acts as n clearing Iioubo for this
Consequently a list of answers
to such queries will bo Immediately
fo-wnnlcd to Mr. Flnley, though
when Secretary Motley read down
the list and came to the one asking
about guides he felt Hint ho wnB
"slumped" and Is now looking for
men that ho could recommend ns
Coos County guides to big gamo dis
tricts and the noted fishing riffles
and pools of the county.
There aro not a grent mnny sum
mer resorts in Coos county though
tho advantages aro considered ex
ceptional, say thoso who have vlslt-
IIOOSHVHI.T WltOTIl STKOXG
i,i;tti:us to shxatou im,att
cd hero from outside points. It Is jn siKiit."
posslblo that this will tlovolvo it
self Into a big boost to such cn-torprlsos.
Huriics' Attorney Intioilmes Them
as i:Iileiuo In Mbel Trial in Sjr.
netiso Toilaj Were Htplnlned
SYKACUSi:, N. Y., April 28.
When court opened today, William
Ivlns, names" attorney, put into tho
record letters exchanged between
Koosevelt, Uarncs and Herbeit I'a--sons.
In reply to a letter to Unrnea
who objected to tho renomluntlon
of (ioternor Hughes, Koosovolt
wioto "1 appreciate tho full fono
of the arguments you used against
his renomliiatlon. It was not pleas
ant for mo to support a mnn who
wnntonlj behaved badly to tho very
men who did tho most In securing
his election I would approve hit
turning them down in tho public's
Interest, but 1 object to It being
done wantonly. If wo had the right
man to put In his plnco I would
say It was wise to nomlnato such
a man. Hut wo liavo no mien man
small boats nnd expect them to got
out in the heaviest kind of weather
and always after tho accident hos
happened." Ho points out that In
an cxtromoly high sea a small boat
can not ho launched from shore and
mako Its way out through tho break
ers. In such a caso a Coast Guard ship,
being out beyond tho lino of break
ers would bo able, ho says, to send
lines nnd breeches buoys to vessels
on the slioro nnd oven to launch
Five wireless stations, as adjuncts
to tho guard ships, aro also asked
for In tho petition, theso to bo
erected by tho government at a cost
of $25,000. Tho mm n u I mnlnloti
nnco of tho five ships would ho
$2fi0,000. Tho wirolcsH stations
would bo nt or near tho biggest liar
hoi a whoro tho guard ships would
bo patrolling most of tho time.
A series of confidential lotter3
from files kept by tho late Senntor
Thomas C. I'latt today were read
to tho Jury trying tho Haines suit
for libel ngalust Theodore Hooscvolt
In the Supremo Court. Somo woro
signed hy Hoosovclt. In nearly
all of thorn, tho writers discussed
thu candidates for offlco in the stato
government. In reply to questions
Roosevelt snld ho consulted freoly
with Piatt about nffalrs nt Albany,
knowing at all times Hint ho wns
boss of tho Republican pnrty in
New York state. Ono letter con
tained a postscript which read:
1 "All right, I'll change tho whole
board of tax assessors.' Colonel
ltoosovolt denied omphnticully that
nuch a conferenco constituted "tho
InvlHlblo government." "My actloiiB"
tho witness asserted, "were as vIe
llilo as could be."
FINK COQUIMiH skkvici:
Tho Klks wl give tiiulr regular
monthly ilancu Wednesday evening
In thu Masonic Hall. All regular
and visiting members aro cordially
"It Is mqro child's play", says Invited to attend,
tho doctor, "to lino our Bhores with Hy order of tho Committee.
Single iV I.iiinbotli
Single and Lambeth hnvo reduced
tho faro botwoii Marsl.fleld nnd Co
qulllo nnd their nuto lino to Boventy-
flvo cents. Tho reduction was to
I meet temporary competition in tho
Ucrvlco but they bollovo that it will
'bo adequate It tho travel continues .
as heavy as It is starting out. They
JJ leaving nbout every two houso from
55 each mill of the lino during tho day.
' Mr. Slaglo furnished excellent I
m transportation on tho routo last yenr
5 .and hns arranged for oven hotter '
j service this year. Parties who ap-,
predate the good service ro urged
to give it their patronage go nnd,
' support instead or dividing It with
an uncertain service.
XX kick o.v ni:w llltllKii:
'IMItmos l.il.o . Itosirieiits Kilo Pro
? t.vt Against S. P. I
t Tho llosoburg Hevlew snys: )In-
55 trlct Attorney (leorgo Xouuer this
morning received n lengthy petition
from Ada. Oregon, In which the peo-
X I'lo )f ""it vicinity offer protoM
against the proposed action of the
Willamette Pacific Railroad Compnny
In constructing n bridge across Tsllt-
XX coos Lake The petitioners claim the
bildgo will render navigation of the
lake Impossible- and will prove a do-
XX trlmciit to their Interests. Tho DU-
within the net few days In tho hope
X 'f icadiig Mimn satisfactory settle-
iiient of the controversy.
trid attorney will probably confer
with the engineers of tho railroad
I 1 (S1!?25
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1 1 1 ssswsa. pras
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YiittOKKU-rtFjefitf-ffftirsftu nsvwMiiiii livun v
Put your ear
se to the si
every time you see a man drawing real joy out of a jirry ny
pipe, for it's better than a five-to-one shot he's smoking
Prince Albert, the tobacco high spot.
You, like a whole lot of men, never will know what a
barrel of fun can be dug from a pipe or a
makin's cigarette until .rrinco iuoert passes
your piazza 1
For it can't bite your tongue, and it
can't parch your throat. That's
why men the nation over enow
their business when they demand
Thl It ChnrlpMllow.tif DunJrc.UU
who tlpi tlio iileo hciiIch nt f 4 curi.
Mr. Wow It toJiiy, tin J nlwiiyi li i
I'ttn, n mull who unokcJ lilii plpa
llbcrnlly unj rnloycJ It niliilitlly.
Air. lllow quitlinvtt for tli l'llncj
nnil hn tircn ttevUil to fnll-lllJ
ini'inbrrtlilp. Wo would lll.ii to
licar from etliLt cUrthna suiokcru.
i he national joy smoke
You should know this brand is made
by a patented process that removes
bite and parch. And let it drift in
that you can fire-up P. A. until tho
cows como home and it just won't
make your tongue tingle I
So, you men with a sad pipe past, come
around somemore and sort of get acquainted
with Princo Albert. Let the light of jimmy-
pipejoy break into your soul. You'll wonder
!why you didn't wake up earlier and hear the
robins sing in the old cherry tree.
g'Get started on the tidy red tin, then you'll
&&r graduate to the crystal-glass pound humidor
with the sponge-moistencr top that keeps
your P. A. fine like silk. A lot of men do
Buy P. A. in any ncch cf tha woods. Sc toppy red bag
10c tidy red tint ; liandiomo pound ana liall-poana tin
humidors and that classy pound crystcl-class humidor.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N.C.
V lint i a Special (oiclgiinmit of i:tra (JihmI (lilcl.t'iis com
UZ for this ttreVs tnitle. Order jour toast oi' Meu rally.
Wo alo liatr tho hcM obtainable In
VEAL, PORK and
piopeil roiilui in t.iir iip-tiwhili' refrigerator,
THE UNION MARKET
J. E. Ford & Co.
174 South Broadway.
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The money spent in advertising has not only
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An advertisement in The Times will help your
l-lxf of unclaimed letters remain
Iiik In the uMrahflehl, Oregon, Tost
olflce foi tho week cmdlni; April 27.
I u 15. I'riHona railing for the same
tHI ple.ine say ailveitlseil and ia
one tent for earn letter railed for
5J Aliriim, L'luiH.i Appleton, Miss
I'ansle; lleeh. J. I).; Huttler, W. S..
I'orhraim, .1.; rorhet, i. ..: nay,
Mr Mary Foster, l.oyd; Hyde, lien,
llauxon, N ; llaatle. H.; HlnJes, C
II ; Ink. 1. (l.: .MtC'auunoii, w. K ,
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4 iieanronl: tfeott. l'eter; Taylor
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l TO ST.(!i: TO
Thr easlont, nuioKest and ehcaiiest
55 toU hetw era Coos Couut points and
the Southern IMilfle Hallway ls the
Coos H.i and UoeburK auto Hue
55 tlio old Coos Hay Watson load
55 Autos loate Marshfleld and HoueburB
each morning ami land passengers at
destination ill about nine hours.
55 l' between Marbhflold and Hoo-
55 burg only $s oo.
For p.utliulara and ticket rail
io out net siiimI.1) anil s.,- Hie lwn Umn .) ,u, pu u,Vm
ntorj ih.it iho srnho it-i ilir siulii.mu ts n,l(l h01l,,
ol MtiHe INiIni opens tip. I!.- sure anil Inij jur round.
Hip thket at tlio .Maislu iei' si.m,,,, vu,ri, staithiK or the
MU'il.ir into will Ih' tli.ni il.
Round Trip Only $2.65
Morning train Irates M.tt shtioia at 7: Hi, airitliiK at 1'on
cis in l: r. Mm iiiiK train i.-uitn, Ihu'in ttt tii;:io ami
itvuhos Jlaislitlehl. at IS: UK.
ArinniMiii train leates M.iishiu.( at l::l(i. imiililng I'ou-m-sat
m.M. r.oatos lNmrrs . :!r, ,, H.mlu Mlsh.
Held at (i::l5.
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National Gas Range Week
6 Days-April 26-May 1
A Rare Bargain Opportunity
ONE HUNDRED AND TEN YEARS AGO, F. A. WgJ
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gas from coal. , . nri7Pd m.
TODAY gas for cooking is one of the most prueu
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THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE UNITED STA'
companies and gas range dealers will celcdraie w
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SUBSTANTIAL PRICE REDUCTIONS WILL Bt
FERED DURING GAS RANGE WEEK., e p
This is a splendid chance to select just. the rauy
want and save money on the purcnase yn .
and uenionsuauw"0 "
Corner Second and Central
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