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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1916
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785U "bF SLUIY BAKER "EDDY
Wns Not Christian. Scientist, lliit
Had Lived Koumrkablo Llfo
'BoldUr "and Penco Officer
LEAD, S. D., Jan. C. George
"W. Qldver, otily son of the lata
v tCh.rIjtlaiif Qclenqo leadrf Mncy Ba
ker Glover ,EjJuy, died lAtfiiH, nomo
here .ofi peritonitis, after a.ehort
illness. Ho was 7C years old.
'alover attracted National at'tdn
,tldn a few years boforo Jilo, uiolh-
er's death by his suit In the Mns
, sachusNett8 courts (to obtain o por
' tibn of hor, money. The suit was
scltied and Glover and his children
fifa. ?a, -to-. uavo ."cejvcd , about
?2G0,Q00. Ho was not a momber
of tho church founded by his moth
er. Ho was known among tho
tlio Dlack Hills as a
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MM BUILO J ETTY HAS OCITI TRIP
PORT OF UMPQUA COXSIDEHIXG
SELLIXG OK JjiSJOO.OOO DOXDS
SVas Soldier and U. 8. Marshal rind
City Engineer GIdley haB received
a copy of tho Lend Daily Call, pub
lished at Lead, South Dakota, by
his brother-ln-law, J. A. Stanley.
Tho papor tells of tho death at
length. Tho paper, which is of tho
' date of Doccmbcr 30, Bays:
"Tho esteem in which tho lato
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George W. Glover was hold In this
community was. cvldonced by the
throng of citizens who attended tho
funeral sorvlccs conducted at tho
fdhiily homo this afternoon. Fur
ther testimony of respect was seen
In thb 'tnaoses of floral tributes cent
"Tho ceremonies wore conducted
by ltdr. "William John Calfeo, of tho
Load Methodist Church, In accord
ance with tho Methodist Episcopal
ritual. ' The music consisted of
hymns from tho Christian Scicnco
hymnal, aiirig by members of tho
Christian Bclonco Church, of which
the 'm'dthor of deceased, Mrs. Mary
Tlaker Glover Eddy wrtB tho found
er' and leader during her life.
"Among tho maiiy messages of
cdhdolonco received by tho family
wis one from ox-Unltod States Scn
'ate'r Wllllahi E. Chandler, which
said: "I grloro for tho death of your
father, a grand citizen and most
'( . Llfo of Struggle
s-'TIio paper goes on to toll of tho
funeral sqrmon which was proached
by tho"Ho'V. Calf oo. Tho minister
"Tho llfo of Goorgo W. Glover
was ono of toll and atrugglo from
tho cradlo to tho gravo, Passing
ntrnngo this, tho only child of tho
modorn apostlo of tho qulot, reBtful,
ifeacotul llfo to havo lived tho most
restless, roving llfo of unromlttlng
Coif. Such Is tho irony of fato.
"Ifo was the only child of Mrs
Mary Rakor Glover Eddy, ono of
tho greatest wombu geniuses of nil
the ages; tho Mother and Founder
of Christian Scicnco Church.
"Mother Whn Destitute
"A fow months boforo ills birth
his father, Col. Goorgo W. Glover,
died, of yellow fever in Charleston,
South Carolina, leaving tho mother I
destitute, and bolng a Freo Mason,
member of St. Andrew's Lodgo No.
10, 'and of Union Chapter No. 3
Woulil Mnlcli Dollar for Dollar With
Government In Project Pe-
tltlon ReJng Circulated
Honda of $200,000 for tho purpose
ELDEIl OFF CAPE IlLAXCO
Pnssengei-s Treated (o .Sight of Wat
erspout Xo Damage Ih Done
to Vessel Well Known Hero
Lightning struck the steamship
ol" building a Jetty nt tho mouth of ! Goorgo W. Elder, that formerly plied
tho Umpqua will bo voted by tlio
Port of Umpqua Commissioners pro
viding potitlons now bolng circulat
ed to get tho consensus of opinion of
tho voteis theio are favorable. C. R.
Pock, attorney for tho Port, has Just
returned from there and sas tlmt
most of (ho peopln seem in favor of
At the next meeting of tho Port
commissioners, to bo hold' early next
month, the potitlons will bo consid
ered. Providing thcro Is no vigor
uos opposition It Is expected that tho
first draft of nu ordinance culling fdr
(i special tax will bo read. Another
month would havo to elapse boforo it
could bo passed and then to soil tho
bonds would take from GO to 00
days, it is understood.
Match Dollar for Dollar
To havot tho national government
match dollar for dollar in tho expen
diture Ib tho project on foot and tho
Commissioners nro led to bollovo that
tho proposition Is viewed with favor
by the cnglnoors.
Whilo Mr. Peck was nt Gardiner
tho Btcaln Bclio6nor Sun Gabrlol
crossed out and reported 18 feet of
water on tho bar. Ho did not know
tho stnto of tho tldo at this time.
Somo tlmo ngo petitions wero fav
orably signed by tho pcoplo, asking
tho Commissioners to begin somo
sort of Jotty improvement. Tho
fooling -ns it exists thoro is tlmt tho
Port of Umpqua must mnko strides
In building up Its port and deepening
tho bar for shipping or tho railroad
will havo tho effect of bringing logs
down to Coos Day for shipment.
Rest Xatural Itar
Old timers say they well remember
when tho bar nt tho mouth of tho
Umpqua was considered better than
tho ono at Coos Day, that Is, boforo
Improvement was started on tho lat
ter. Englneors report a good dopth
of wator from tho bar up tho river
toward Gardlnor, and no rocks in tho
Would Del ji Greatly
No Jotty work hns ovor been done
at tho Umpqua river entrnnco. En
gineers oxpross tho belief that n Jet
ty oxtomlod out to sea on tho north
sldo would greatly increaso tho denth
of wator and allow biggor ships to
cross in and out and also would al
low their crossing In roughor weath
er than is pcrmlssablo nt tho pres
iiito Co6u Bay, off Cape Blanco last
Friday nig)it. On tlio same trip
north from San Francisco tho steam
ship passed within loss thnu a mllo
of a watorspodt. Tho craft arrived
in Portland none' tho worse for hor
Out of Snn Francisco the vessol
ran Into a heavy rain and electrical
storm which was at its worst for
about ah hour opposite Cape Dlahco.
Tho bolt of lightning was seen by
several passengdrs on tho deck. It
struck tho truck, tho cxtrcmo top, of
tho foromaBt and burned tho needles
off a small Christmas trco carried
See Wnter Spout
On Friday afternoon tho passen
gers Were treated to tho sight of a
uatorspout that passod within less
than a mile of tho ship. Waterspouts
off tlio coast havo been common of
lato, ono being roportcd in tho vicin
ity of Bnndou not a great whilo ago.
Tho Elder now ha3 tho run from
Portland to San Frandsco, San Ped
ro and rotum carrying passengers
and freight under Captain Jesson,
tho oldest skipper on tho Pacific
coast. Ho Is sold to bo eloso to 80
years of ago mid Ib still a very nc
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Now Get the Bis Comforta)
ower Overland for
$830 Delivered m Marshfield
En Bloc 35 horsepower motor
Electric starting and linhtinti svstem
Electric control buttons on steering column
unerring Judgment of
Adcllno Smith. Oakland, this morn-
Yollowstono, San Francisco, tomor
Duo to tinll
Hustler, Roguo Itivor, tomorrow.
Itollef, Sluslaw, tomorrow.
KILllUItX MAKES KECOHD
BOAT MIKES MONET
1MRAISO, AVELL 1JXOW.V HKltlJ,
OIIAUTEUED AT 9.KHI A DAY
Ches Up Clianco to Get $l A Thous-
mid On Lumber Prom ("oliun
bin Will Pay For Self
Owners of steamships on tho Pa-
rlfln innat niA tmHttMw lt1i rpii
ofltoyal Arch Masons, In dying ho Btonm BchooIlerfc P ,. ' tho
appealed to his brothor Masons toi
soo that site with her Infant child,
Bhoiild bo taken back to her fathor's
homo In Tllton, Now Hampshire
'which obligation wns performed.
Wanted Child Hack.
The. minister conducting the ser
vice quoted. Mrs. Kony as saying;
"My dominant thought In marry
ing agalu wns to got back my child.
Tho disappointment which followed
was terrible. His step-iatnor was
envious and although Georgo was a
tendor-heartod and manly boy, ho
hated him as much as I loved him.
A plot was foiisuinmatod for keep
ing mysolf and my sun vpart, and
aftor his removal to tho West I
to see mo in Doaton. Meanwhile ha
had 'nerved na a volunteer through
out tho war for tho Union, at tho
expiration whereof ho was appoint-
1 ed United States Marshal of tho Ter
ritory of Dakota."
Waa Prominent Man
. As well as being a soldier and
pcaco officer Glover was also pram-
Swayno and Hoyt lino und well
known in Coos Bay for sho used to
como in horo on regulnr trips, has
Just boon chartered out by her own
era -at $500 a day. This charter is
mado despito tho fact tho vesaol is
now clearing from Portland with 1,-
! 000,000 foot of lumber aboard each
trip and receiving $G a thousand.
Sho was offered this rato for tho next
six months hut tho owners havo
turned tho offer down.
But oven nt this, shipping mon fig.
Tho steamship Kllbum mado a
record loading In Portland on this
last trip. Tho vessol took aboard
012 tons of freight, It is Bald, with
in eight hours tlmo. Tills Is tho
fastest tlmo In which sho has ovor
I WATERFRONT NEWS J
Loaded again, tho Adcllno Smith
loft down for Oakland this morn
ing about 9 o'clock. Sho arrived
In yesterday morning from tho
Tho gasollno 8Choonor Entorprlso
started yestorday for Walport nf
t6r being ropalrod horo, but hor
engines broko down again and sho
camo back to Mnrshfiold. It Is
said that alio may get away lato
today or somo tlmo tomorrow.
Tomorrow morning tho steam
bchooner Yollowstono Is cxpoctod
horo from Snn Francisco.
Tho Hustler is loaded for tho
ltoguo and tho Belief for tho Sluslaw.
jWKIi a iitsh that swallowed tip
i record production in Jig tlmo
Tho public took moro thnu .10,
000 of tho $7.10 Overland In nk
In hlv iiiontliH we've absorbed nil
the overhead; absorbed all tho de
velopment expense; realized on nil
tho experimental rost that Is us
ually spread over n jear.
VVo covered our material re
quirement; at bvforc-thc-vinr price
Mivcil three and a half million
dollars on aluminum and another
million on stool.
We liavo incren-scd our produc
tion capacity of ;10() cars per day
last .Juno to 1O0O cam pcr day.
So again vto liavo broken ALL
Again wo liavo planned
Demountable rims; with one uextra
106-inch wheelbase. :i,o.
Deep divan upholstery. u
One-man top; top cover. ' . -
Modd 83 B
bought material for a hlgger 1W0
AXD again we a 10 setting a new
and supreme hlundai'd Of value
YOU (MX XOW UVY THE DIG,
HOOMY, COMKOBTAIILE, ;w
UOHSEPOWEIt OVEBLAXD FOIt
f?H:t(), DELIVEHED IX .MAHSH-FIELD.
In tlio valito wliUli has
dominated the automobile
for tho last hK mouths
made even mono cleaWy
Here Is the car with 11 perform
ante 1 coord never oven approached
by nny mr of I(h hUo cver built
fifty thousand in every day service.
And though tho pi-lco Is leducfil
tho es. 1m improved.
It lias an u'p-to-ilie-iiiitiuto poivcr
'' idant, en bloc type, developing full
tlitrty-rivo lioroepotrcr. It hns
ahtiuilant power nud Hjiccd ana an
exceptionally quick gctaw'iy,
,TIIK A'ALUE IH PltE-EMINHXT
' Wo' 'guarantee thnt tho price for
this model will never bo lower.
Hut this prlco reduction is mmle
In tho face of a rising niatcrlnl
market wo cannot guarnntee tlmt
it wilt not bo higher.
1 See,. the Overland dealer now
anticipate your ivqiilrcincnt if need
be but niako Hiiro of jour do.
Isaac R. Tower
Southwest Oregon Representative
' ' ' ' THE WILLVS.OVEHLAND COSU'AXV, TOLEDO, OHIO.
OFFICE, "THE GUNNERY," FRONT STREET. PHONE 34-J.
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MURDOCH NAMED LOSES DAiRY COWS
PA1XT HAXfJE LIGHTS'
Crow of Manjinlta .Making lk-pairs
Tho crow of tho government llght-
I10U80 tender Manzaulta wore today
busy giving a whito cont of paint to
tho range lights at tho ontrnnco of
Coos Hay. They havo taken up tno
buoys between tho bar and Empire,
and hnvo cloanod und repainted
tncso. With tholr present work
uro that Hho was making moro than! complotod, probably this evening,
&uo u iny, carrying lumber. Sho
could earn about $0,000 southbound
from Portland and approximately
. ago of 34 and camel J ' , " ' :
of steel 8toamora is under charter.
W. 11. Graco & Co. havo tho Alvara
do also whilo tho steamer Xnvajo Is
bound for Europe with a cargo of
grain for M. II. Housor. It is ne
llovod thnt theso threo s'teamers,
costing boforo tlio war not moio than
$500,000 as a total, nro now earning
n.uu a uny, At tins rato. tho ves-
wlnont us a minor In tho Dlack Hills. iJ.. . .." ' v "" """ '
. ...,o ,. ..,,1 ,.. ..,.m.,o.,i80,s s""1 P" wr themsulves with
1 v nM lliuitiuu n HA VMHUIUII
1 ttand grand childrou.
r. t Hngincor GIdley of Marshflold
knowMr. 'Glover and says ho was
n't .quito 'a chaructoc in South -Dakota.
ST. LAWRENCE HOTEL
Comer Maiket and Droadwny
We solicit all our old patrons of
tho Lloyd and assure thorn tho Bamoj8Un,'08eu
E. W. SULLIVAN
nearly $r.0,000 to spare Insldo of tho
Tho Pnraiso will, It is bollovod
liore, go Into tho west coast service.
Sho is loading a cargo of lumber ond,
,vwieat for San Francisco, aftor do
jllvorlng which sho will bo turned
oer to Graco & Co.
Tho Swayno & Hoyt servlco to
Portland will bo maintained, it la
by tho Btoamera Daisy
WEAVING All kino's a spec
' laity. Mrs. W. W. Nason. 680
12thCourth, So. Phone 220-R
I Utnam. DalBv Gadabv ami Wllllmn
II. Murphy, which that firm has un
der charter to replace its largest .vessels.
tho vessel tomorrow will unload sup
piles for tho Capo Arngo Light and
then will loavo for Portland.
Tho rnngo lights to mark the
channol on Coos River and also at
tho Junction of Catching Inlet will
bo put In by private contract It Is
understood, and tho bids will bo let
soon after tho roturn of tho Mnnza
ntta to Portland.
IOE BLOCKS COLUMBIA
POUTLAXD MAX TO BE COOS
Helcd Build Columbia Highway and
Although u Young Man Has
Had 'WIdo Experience
R. D. Murdoch of Portland hns
been namod by tho county court to
bo county roadmastor for Coos
county. Mr. Murdock was horo for
n fow days and left this afternoon
for his homo to make preparations
for changing his placo of rcsldonce.
Ho will roturn to Coos county tho
lattor part of tho month and will ns
sumo his duties February 1. Ho
will make his homo in Coqulllo and
xvlll have nn offlco in tho court
Mr. Murdock wns chosen from
among a largo number of applicants
including both local mon and ongl
nors from different paits of the
Tho first thing ho will do will bo
to mako u trip throughout tho coun
ty und got a detailed idea of tho
roads. At this tlmo of yoar ho will
havo a particularly good chauco to
, coo nil tho faults and bad placos.
Mr. Murdock has recently boon
engaged In tho building of tho
Columbia Highway whore ho recent
ly compjoted his work. Ho was on
that project employed as a resident
englnoor and had chargo of four soc
tlons of tho highway.
Has Had Experience
Mr, Murdock w8 educated nt Dro
GF0RGF M. FARRI ,1.'. '
ARRESTED AT PORTLAND .1 " lloyd family
t A Portland papor tolls of tho ar- Housekeeping Apartm
, rest of Georgo N. Farrin, formerly of ' Two rooms, 9H.00 moA
"ELEVEN DIE SUDDENLY IX CUU-
A. S. (Mllleivtho Owner Unnblo to
Account for tho Fatal Dlseaso
GOLDpACH, Oro., Jan. C A.
8. MUlor, who ovns nnd oporntos a
fino dairy ranch nt tho Bagnoll fer
ry, four miles up ltoguo river from
Gold Donch, lost elovou head of his
fino dairy cows, all dying within tho
spaco of a very fow hours, from
somo unknown cauao.
Tlio herd was fed hay at olovon
o'clock as usual and nt three o'clock
tho same afternoon threo of tho best
of tho herd were found almost dead.
At G o'clock tho samo evening a to
tal of cloven had dlod from llko at
tacks. Mr. Miller is not ablo to assign any
reason for thoir deaths. Tho con
tents of tho cow's stomachs an be
ing sent to tho Stnto Votorlnnry for
examination, In order to nscortalu of
pOBslblo tho cause of tholr sudden nt-
Uacks and deaths. Xono of tho bal
ance of tho herd seom to bo effected.
Marshflold but now of thnt city. Tho
" Indicted by tho Docombor grand
Jury on two counts on charges of oh- -
talnlng money under falsa protonses,
G. N. Farrin, Portlnnd attorney, xvho
was at ono tlmo enndidato for Attor-noy-Gonoral
of tho state, was arrest
ed by Deputy Sheriff Chrlst'offorson
" Tho Information on which ho
was Indicted Is to tho effect thnt on
January 13, 1015, ho sooured $550
from J. N. Baker for a mortcaco on
Electricity nnd Gas. FrM '
4 SIcodIiii: rooms. 81.S0 nfc,
property valuod nt $2,500, and which I?
It Is claimed Farrin does not own.!
Further it Is nlleged that on April
C, ho secured $150 from J. I. Tweed.
ior a mortgago on boveral -Jots in
.Marshflold to which ho had no
FOR TRANSFER AND
AGE OF HOUSEHOLD GO
FREIGHT AND 11AG0.V
1 Residence Phone 1W
Market Ave. nnd Watwfrrtl
WESTERN LOAN AND
DRINK SIX GLASSES
OF WATER DAILY
An interesting Statement by One of
tho Blfj Men In tho Drug Dudneti
Again this winter Ico has blocked
the upper Columbia River and for
a fow days tho shipping nbovo Ore
gon City on tho Willamette River xal Institute in Philadelphia and he
and tho Colllo Canal on tho Colum- followed the business or a highway
Mill Itfnu Itnlal .!. .win..... 4 1. . 1 . (. J
-.. mo ..u,u,u,. uuiiKti uio Hieam- egnmeer for twelve years in tho east
tlirough tho, boforo comlnc to tho cnasi in .mnt.
Jiis homo. His xvork in tho east
boats could not buck
On tho Snako Rivor It xvns 1m
ifuosiu u in iiiitjiiiin vi'KKifl nr mi Tnn .i.a i. . . .
, - oujo uii no regarus nimsoir as a
unuiur, uus is noi as ouu asvestorn man now. Although a
tho condition of last winter, whonppung man Mr. Murdock has had a
tho buAw bloqked tho Columbia! much oxporlonco in highway work
...... b..u.u iu onuiu uiiu VOSUCIS und liaa nnrtle.nlnrH ilvan l.ic ..
l. 1 1 . . ... ., " ' ... ...t. llllVJ,
uuuiiu luiouciuu iounu inoir speeu
educed by half.
Camdon, N. J., has placed a ban
on kissing, no longer can a man
Indulge blmsolf in tho pleasure of
oscillatory greotlng. A man is oven
denied tho privilege of kissing his
wifo. Thank goodness, Marshfield
does not pass any such freak city
ortnnaiKjes. Ceitaln restrictions.,
are necessnry for tho welfare of
every community. Porham Park.
C00S BAY TIMES WANT ADS
Lqw Cost High mtiQlency
Hao your programs printed at
Tlio Times office.
Times AVunt Ails Get Results,
as tho coming residence district
wns mostly in Now York state hut he or Coos Bay uocn"so of its ro- A. E. KIE8LING
marKanio location in tho heart of r Houston, Texas, says:
tho city, has adopted certain ro- "If 3"ou lmvo a muddy complexion
strlctlons for tho benefit of tho and dul1 oyc3' J'ou aro constlp'ated. Sir
homo builders, but a man can kiss ?,9 ' wu,t,er d""y and or two
his wife or sweetheart to hi imnw- :..:" "'".L""-a "l Wt ww correct
content. Furthermore, ho can be
gin ns soon as ho chooses by sim
ply paying ton dollars a month.
"SEE REID ABOUT IT"
Hon to tho consthuctlvo end
Mr. Murdock said today that he
would not bo prepared to say any
thing as to his policy In tho work un
til ho had taken charge and had a
full knowledge of tho conditions and
wlBhesyf the, pouirty.
ims coimmon ami mako you 'at as a
Addle.' Rexall Orderlies, in my opinion,
aio tho best laatlvo to bo had, nnd can
bo taken by men, women or children."
i Pays8 per cent on M
t I. S. KAUFMAN A (ft
I Local Treasurer
SOUTH COOS RIVEK W
leaves MarsliHeld ever f
8 a. m. Leaves bead of
at 3:15 p. m. ri
leaves head of river dU7 '
a. m. Loaves Marshfield !
in. For charter apply oh
ROGERS & BMlTfl
SAVE MONEY J
by ordering the
Nut coal, per ton ...,f"t.
Lump coal, per ton ....
Or bait ton of both ...
D. MTJ8SON. fW
Phoao 18-J or leave ordtt").
HUIyer'a Cistar Store.
COOS BAY -TIMES WANT ADS
Low Cost High Efficiency
Wo have the occlusive selllnc rlehta for
thla great Jaxathe Trial sUe. io cenfiu
Lockhart Parsons Drug Co. '
THE REXAUL STORE
wnnn Rhnn WOd
Wfc VMW ''-Mfc
W. II. Llago has It at
$3 cash per load, alio ee1;!
prices t-easonablo. Garbage
ed. Phono 227-J.
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