The Coos Bay times. (Marshfield, Or.) 1906-1957, January 24, 1916, EVENING EDITION, Page FOUR, Image 4

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T THE COOS BAY TIMES. MARSHFIELD. OREGON. MONDAY, JANUARY 24, 1916 EVENING EDITION
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LAST WEEK OF THE
LANDO SALE
Tuesday's Specials
ALL THE ONE PRICE
3k
The Yard
Every Dollar's Worth of Stock and Fixtures Goes This Week
Hub Clothing & Shoe Co.
Purchasers
15c
RATINES
20c
BATISTE
8 1.3 c
Simpson Prints
7 1-2 c
CALICOES
GETTING
LIQUOIt SHIPMENT FROM CALL
FORNIA COMMENCING
I
SHIPPING NEWS
HID
IS AN ALLY
KILI1URN "SKY'HOOTS THROUGH
IIRINV" ON WINGS OK IJIiAST
Arrives Hero Yesterday Brings aOO
Tons of Freight and Leaves
J Today for Portland
Carried on wings of tho blast, but
luckily a fair wind for nor, tho
steamship Kllburn arrived hero early
yesterday morning from San Fran
clcco and Eureka. Tho offlcors re
ported a heavy blow from tho bou'
enst that kicked up a heavy son, but
said that inasmuch tis tho wind was
a stern ono it aided tho vessel on
hor way.
About 300 tons of freight was
brought from tho soutli, much of tho
shipment consisting of hay which of
ldto linn boon very much In demand.
Tho vossol sallod about noon for
Tortland, stopped a couplo of hours
in North Dond. Tho wireless opor
ntors reported that they hnd picked
up tho word regarding tho condition
of tho Central la.
' Tho arrivals yesterday wero: C.
IT, Songstackon, Mrs. It. Garst, A.
A. Nlcholls, Qortrudo Mordccla, Fred
T. Phllps, John S. Llllup, II. 13.
Trantnor. K. Jameson. Frank 13. Est.
1 O. S. Wright, F. D. Lnyton, Mrs. a.
I Davis, E. L. Dotlcftton, J. Jncobson
nd R. J. Jacobson.
, '' Tho departures on tho P. A. Kll
'burn this aftornoon wore: C. S. Ap-
,plo, A. Qrandamo, F. D. Knoolnnn,
'Mrs. Elslo Fish, T. G. Murphy, II.
Wlnigor, Harry A. Miller, A. C. Mnr
tln, Otto Harry, C. McAdams, Mrs.
'Tlios. Hardy, Miss Wolf, C. C. Cady,
.Frank Miller, Fannlo Nlkuln, Mrs.
B. Duoll, T. II. Sumner, Honry Orr,
Gabriel Orr, A. L. Plcklns, Mrs. Plck
inu, Mrs. J. W. Hunt, Miss Clara
Deck, Mrs. J. R, Hendorson, Miss
E. Magonn, Mrs. A. Drondnhl, Jack,
Harry and Eddy Trondnhl, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Nose, Erlo and Charlos
Nass, Ed Tuttlo and R. E. Blghnni
THREE SHIPS GO
CARRY TOTAL OF 11,000,000
FEET LUMI1KII IN ONE DAY
SHIP
HERD
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CENTRALIA LOSES DECKLOAI),
MAST AND WIRELESS
Largest Shipment to Leave Hero In
Long Time All Threo Hound
For Sun Francisco
Three million foot of lumber loft
down tho bay Saturday for San
Francisco. This Is tho largest ship
met of lumbor in months to sail In
ono day. It was aboard thrco ves
sels, tho Adellno, Yellowstono and
A. M. Simpson.
Tho ordinary lond of tho Adollne
Is 1,GC0,000 feet, though she can
carry n great dcul more, providing
It Is hand stowed. Tho Yollowstono,
which belongs to tho Swayno and
Hoyt lino, has n capacity of 700,000
feet and tho A. M. Simpson, of tho
Simpson Lumber company, a capac
ity of about CG0.000 foot.
Lata Last Night Was Moving Under
Hor Own Steam to
San Francisco
FOUR PASSENGERS
ABOARD THE CENTRALIA
TO BE CANDIDATE
ft,
8. E. HENDERSON OF COQU1LLE
FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR
F.xperlenced Young Jinn Will Seek
Republican Nomination Os
J iiiundson Denies Reports
' According to word received horo
from Coquillo, S. E. Hendorson, u
well known young surveyor of that
city and for tho past few months uct
. Ing county roadmastor of Coos coun
ty, will bo a candidate for tho re
publican nomination for county sur
veyor at tho spring primaries.
Mr. Henderson is a graduato of
tho Engineer Department of tho Uni
versity of Oregon and previous to en
tering that institution had spout sev
eral years in engineering field work.
Soon aftor leaving tho University, ho
becamo assistant county surveyor of
Linn county, a position which ho fill
od two years. For a tlmo ho was at
Tillamook and on coming to Coquillo
became associated with P, M. Hall
Lewis as city engineer and did much
of tho work on tho Coquillo water
works and in the city improvements.
Friends say that ho Is oxcollontly
qualified for tho placo and would
make an excellent official.
Osinundson Denies Rumors
Nels Osmundson of Coquillo, depu
ty county elerk was In Marshfiold
on business. Ho eays that rlio ru
mors about him bolng a candhfatp
' for county clerk and possibly being
appointed assessor to succeed T. J.
Thrift when Thrift rotlres to become
postmaster at Coquillo are all news
to him. Mrs, Osmundson has boon
quite 8(ck the past week, Buffering
from asthma. and la grlppo.
VESSELS BUCKING HEAVY
WIND GOING SOUTH
Adellno Smith, A. M. Simpson and
Yellowstono Washed by Seas
Aftor Leaving Coos Hay
Tho vessels which sailed from
Coos Day Saturday afternoon had a
rough tlmo of It. At finndon It was
stated that tho Adellno Smith had
pnssod that placo and was taking
sens over hor foremast. At Shore
acres L. J. Simpson said that ho
watched tho A. M. Simpson and tho
YollowHtono ns tlioy wero passing.
Ho said that tho vcssols wero ship
ping seas which washed over their
forward decks. Tho boats mndo ve
ry slow progress and wero sovoral
hours going a fow miles from Coos
Hay on account of tho heavy winds
from tho south.
Tlioro was a story afloat Satur
day night to tho effect that tho Yel
lowstone wns In trouhlo but this ro
port was doubtless duo to a confu
sion in names with tho Yosemlto,
one of tho vessels which was search
ing for tho Contrnlla and which was
roportcd leaking but afterward con
tlnued onhor way Bouth.
Press tolcgrams from
Grays Harbor Btnto that
tlioro are four passongors
aboard tho Ccntralln which
was In trouble.
Freight and Express Brliur Relievers
of Drought Affidavits Must bo
Signed by Receivers
Dcsplto tho fact that the weather
mnn has reported plenty of rain In
tho pnBt week Coos Bay Is gottlng
dry. At least 14 bonl fldo Individual
shipments of liquor hnvo nrrlved
'hero lately from the south, coming
via freight nnd others by express.
Tho Indication Is that tho 101b
caches aro being rapidly depleted
nnd that California Is coming to tho
rellof. Agents of tho common car
riers making theso shipments must
kcop Btrlct account of nil receipts,
and affidavits must bo filled out nnd
later tho filled out blanks nro Bont
to tho county clerk to bo kept on ro
cord. Strict tab Is kept of thoso rcciov-
hig thoso Bhlpmonts to boo that tho
order is not duplicated again for at
least four weoks, tho tlmo prescrib
ed under tho prohibition lnw.
WAR VETERARI DIES
A. S. RAILEY PASSES AWAY AT
COOSTON SUNDAY MORNING
ilUT US TO COME
EUGENE WOULD GET RETTER
ACQUAINTED WITJI COOS HAY
HRING FAHULOUS PRICE
Vessels Muko More Money Than
Hanks Inrreuso In Value
LIko brands of wines and wills
klos, vcssols now Increase In valuo
us they grow oldor. This fact Is evi
denced by tho ship sales thut aro be
ing mndo ovory wook, each ono gen
erally In ndvaiico of Its former valu
ation. Tho latost mark Is that of the
steamship Cnmlno, of tho Swayno
and Hoyt company that rocently sold
to Now Yorkers for ?1C0,000 about
two years ago. Tho ship has beon
sold again at an advance of $200,-000.
The Btenm schooner Ccntralln
which was roportcd In trouble off
Ynqulna Saturday nn account of
which appeared In Tho Times Sat
in day evening is on her way to
San Francisco under hor own steam
but considerably damaged. Tho ves
sel sent out an S. O. 0. cull early
Saturday morning. Sho wns soon
by tho steamer Eurana and tlion lost
sight of hor.
Vessels Searched
Other vessels Including tho tank
er Duck, tho Admiral Schley, tho
Governor and tho Yosemlto all
searched for tho Contralla but Sat
urday night and Sunday nothing
was seen of hor. At C p. in. Sun
day tho wireless horo picked up n
messago from tho Contralla but tho
wlrolcsB on tho vossol failed. Lator
communication wns again establish
ed. Ioscs Deck Load
Tho messagos statod that tho Con
tralla got Into a south galo and lost
hor dcckload of lumbor and then
her must wns carried away which
took with It tho wireless.
A temporary wireless was equip
ped. It was stated that tho vessel
was proceeding under hor own nteam
and expected to reach San Francisco
Tuesday without aid.
San Francisco Hoat
Tho Contralla is owned by tho
I'olland Steamship Company of San
Francisco. Sho was carrying a car
go of lumbor from Abordeen to San
Francisco when sho got Into tho
storm.
From tho tlmo tho S. O. S. call
was sent out at G a. m. Saturday
nothing wns heard of tho vessol until
tho wlrolcss wns picked up horo at
r p. m. Sunday.
Last fall tho Contralla was com
peting with tho steamers of tho
North Pacific company In tho trado
from Eureka to San Frnnclsco but
sho wns taken off that run.
"Wo Know Enough Mnrslificld Peo
ple to Want to Know More'1 Says
Secretary Several at Hanquet
"Practically nil of ub know Just
enough Marshfiold people to mako Us
want to know moro or thorn," Is tho
way S. Dlko Hooper, secretary of
tho Eugono Commercial Club ex
presses hlmsolf In an Invitation re
ceived horo asking mombors of tho
Chamber of Commorco to atto'nd
tho banquet In Eugono next Thurs
day. "By tho way," ho adds, "tho dato.
Thursday, January 27, was so select
ed ns a dny on which visitors from
Marshfiold could coma all tho way
through to Eugono In ono day."
Ho asks that tho nnmos of thoBO
going from horo bo forwarded to
him. Among thoso attending will
probably bo President Hugh McLaln,
Charles Hall, C. It. Pock, J. W. Den
nett, C. P, McKnlght, Dorsoy Krolt
zer, Rev. Robert E. Drowning and
possibly David Nelson.
"Our pooplo aro eagerly looking
forward to this got-togother mooting
nnd froin tho way matters aro shap
ing theinselves," continues tho let
tor, "I personally bollovo that this
llttlo affair In advance of tho com
pletion of tho rond Is going to
provo bcnoflclul to us nil."
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NO INFRINGEMENTS YET ON
SEASON SAYS GAME WARDEN
.Hays Canvas Rack Ducks now Flock
ing Into Ray as Season Closes
Would Extend Season
I
CONTEST SEAT
FRIENDS OF .MRS. ( WRIGHT
WANT 11I3R ON COUNCIL
e4-
( Hm Jay Doyle for Tailoring and
Cleaning, Phono 230.
HAINES GETS 100
TONS OF ALFALFA
A. T. Haines, tho hay, flour
and feed dealer, rccolvod over
100 tons of choice Califor
nia alfalfa hay on tho Kll
burn, Ills stock was pructl-"'
cally deplotod and tho ship
ment will bo a boon to lo
cal ranchers and Btock own
ers. Ho contracted for
tho purchase of this hay
last fall and ho will con
tluuo to soil It nt tho same
old prlco despite tho recont
advances olsowhoro nlong
tho coast. Through his con
tract, ho Is ablo to soil hay
horo now for nbout what It
would cost him wholesalo In
Portland now.
Dr. Leslie, Osteopath, Mnrshfleld
Willing to Hack Matters In Courts
If Opposed Twin Coiiuclliiiou
Reported Opposed
Tho threo nowly elected Eivatsldo
Couucllmou tommorow night will,
for tho first tlmo sit on tho munici
pal board. Tlioro was Homo talk to
day to tho otfoct that two of tho
mombors nro opposing tho seating of
Mrs. Carrlo Wright on tho ground
that inasmuch as hor husband is
not yet a naturalized Amorlcaii citi
zen, that sho Is disqualified. Mrs.
Wright Is a naturalized citizen and
hor friends Insist that sho has tho
legal right to nccopt tho position and
that, If necessary, each of tho 51
who voted for hor In tho last elec-
tlon will cooporato In taking tho mat
ter Into tho courts. Some of them
aro very determined and say that
they do not intend to bo bull-dozed
out of It.
City Attorney Georgo Wntklns
stated a short time ago that even
though Mrs. Wright Is rocolvod on
tho council aud lator disqualified
through court decision, that this
'would In no way nullify tho acts of
tho council whllo sho was a momber,
Tho throo now mombors of tho
board who nro to tuko their seats
tomorrow night aro: Ralph Matson,
Hunters of Coos Day nro respect
ing tho gamo laws nnd Micro has
not beon a Blnglo caso roportcd of
hunting after tho closo of tho duck
season last Saturday night, accord
ing to Deputy Gamo Warden James
Thomas,
With tho duck season closed tho
canvas backs havo flocked Into this
section by tho thousands. Ho said
that, at Haynes Inlet, yesterday tho
birds wero especially thick.
, For this reason Mr. Thomas Bays
It would bo best to oxtond tho hunt
ing season In this county from Jan
uary 10th to tho mlddlo of Foburary
nnd cut off tho first month, tho pre
sent season opening on October 1st.
Up to Congress
To chango tho season a statuto of
Congress would be noccssary. 'Mr.
Thomas says tho best way to go
about this would bo to got somo ono
hero or good standing to take tho
matter In hand, circulate petitions to
get tho consonsus of opinion among
tho local huntora and then forward
this to our ropresontatlvo at Wash
ington for Congressional action.
Time and again this mntter of ox-
tending tho season down horo has
beon talked of, but not a thing hns
beon done, mainly for tho reason
that no ono seemed to know just
hew to go about It.
All Right for Columbia
Up on tho Columbia tho prcsont
law Is satisfying, for tho birds sooni
to mako that their first port of cnll
on tho way south in tho rail and tho
hunting begins to bo raliiy good by
thQ first of October.
Served Through Civil War in Union
Army Widow and Son On
Coos Hay Survlvo
Armstrong Stownrt Bailey, well
known resident of Cooston and Civil
War veteran, died at tho family
home curly on Sunday morning.. .Ho
wns 77 years of ngo last Wednesday.
Mr. Bnlloy hnd been quite 111 for
several weeks aud his death was
duo to tho Infirmities of -old ago. Ho
had howover boon quite sturdy for
ono of his ago.
Served In Civil Witp
Mr. Bailey wns born Jan. 19,
1839 nt Bollofojito, Pa. llo attend
ed tho Pennsylvania stato college, a
military institution, nnd rccolvod a
mllltnry trnlnlng thoro. When tho
war broko out ho enlisted In his
homo company.. .It wns Company 13
Ifith Ponnsylvnnlnn Volunteers. IIo
went In ns n sorgennt and served
thrco years and rccolvod an honor
nblo discharge and then enlisted for
a year and thrco months more when
ho was mustered out nnd did patrol
duty for tho government.
Promoted to Llcu'cnnnt
During tho courso of his ser
vices ho was promoted ot tho office
of lloutonant. Ho was wounded
twico, onco in tho arm and onco In
tho body. Ho wns takon prisoner
and was soven months In Llbby nnd
Hello Isle prisons nnd wns exchanged
nnd got back to tho federal nrmy.
Mr. Bailey was on Sherman's mnrch
to tho Sea nnd In nineteen big bat
tles or tho Civil War.
Relics of tho War
Tho deceased had a number or
war relics which ho trensured high
ly. Ono wns a gold mounted sword
which cost $12(5 which wns present
ed to him by tho men or his com
pany. IIo also hnd tho compnuy
Btnndard, a flng with many bullet
holes which tho flagbenror or tlip
compnny gave him nnd asked him to
keep. Tlioro Is nlso a very fino
stcol engraving of Goorgo Washing
ton captured In tho south and which
ho had since kept. ..,...
Married In ICast
Mr. Bailey's wlfo was rormorly
Miss Artomlssa Miller nnd they were
married sovon or eight yoars niter
tho wttf, In Pennsylvania,. ,Mr. Hal
loy was In tho grocery business in
Bnltimoro and hnd a lnrgo store
Micro but lost when n business pan
Ic enmo on and ho was caught with
largo credits on his books.
Well Known Hero
Mr. nnd Mrs. Bnlloy camo to Coos
Bay about sovon years ago and havo
mndo tholr homo nt Cooston. Mr.
Bnlloy onjoyod n lnrgo circle or
friends nnd until recently got nlong
splendidly for ono of his ndvnnccd
ngo but not long ngo his health bo-
gnu to break. Ho was ono or a
fnmlly of eight hoys nnd threo girls.
IIo Is survived by two sisters In
tho cast and two brothora In Kansas,
nnd his widow, a son, G. M. Bnlloy,
and throo grandchildren. Ono son
died when G years old,
Mr. Bnlloy had a homestead on
Coos river. Since residing on Coos
Bay ho lived a rotlrcd life.
Funeral Tomorrow
Tho funoral will bo hold nt 10
o'clock Tuesday morning from tho
Dungan undertaking establishment.
Rov. A. S, Hlsoy, n veteran of tho
Spanlsh-Amorlcan war, will conduct'
tho services. Tho mombors or tho
G. A. R., tho Spanish American war
veterans and tho Sons or Voternns
will conduct a military burial.
Friends from Cooston nnd North
Bond will lenvo tho Inttor city in
tho largo Gorst and King auto which
will bo placod at their disposal.
Blankets and Comforters
AT ,
The Golden Rule
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY ON YOUR BEDDING SUP
PLIES AT THIS STORE.
Good full size comforters $1,00 to $3,75 nn
Best Quality Cotton Blankets ... 68c to $1,45 pnrpar
Genuine Woolnap Blankets $2,00 to $3,00 mr
Heavy Wool Filled Blankets ...$4,25 to $4,75 peijr
.All-Wool Blankets $5,25 to $7,50 peTgr
Feather Pillows, Large Size .. ,95 to $2,65 ner pnlr
SEE OUR WINDOWS
The Golden Rule
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG
ALWAYS BUSY.
MARSHFIELD
PBDTESTINE AH
PROPERTY OWNERS WOULD
STOP LOGGING ON STREETS
TBWffiTHfllTTfflHWTlMiriM"r,TMiii
TRUCK IS STUCK
Several Promise to Coino Before City
Council This Evening S. P.
Ordinance Awaits Action
.MUST PAY DAMAGES
OR STOP LOGGING
According to Councilman
Bandol, McDonald & Gond
ii ron must either pay up tho
roll niuouut or tho estimated
damnges to the street paving
nt onco or stop logging. Tho
matter will bo brought hoforo
tho council mooting tonight
nnd there promises to bu a
lively session. Mr. Bandol
said that ho would Insist on
tho logging compnuy living
up to Its agreement nnd mak
ing weokly deposits to covor
tho estimates of tho city en
gineer ns to tho amount or
damago to tho paving.
CIOKH INTO PAVING ON Vlim
AND FOURTH STIIICETS
HANQUET IN EAGLES HALL
Chandler or ConiiuifTO Selects Slto
for "Coming Out" Dinner
Tho Eagles hall hns been selected
by tho ontertatnment commltteo or
tho Chambor or Comorco as tho pro
ber placo for tho holding of tho
"coming out" dlnnor on Foburary 2.
Tho women ot tho Proabytorlan
Church will furnish tho banquot.
Sovoral places wero undor consid
eration. It is believed that a good
sized hall would bo noccssary by
reason or the tact that tho atton-
danco on this dato is expected to be
largo, possibly very closo to 200.
Stronuous .offorts will bo mado to
mako this flnnl wind up or tho mem
bership campaign a lingo success.
Dnmago to pavoments or tho city
by tho logging trucks promises to bo
tho basis or Interesting discussions
tonight boioro tho city fathom. It
Is Btntod thut several property own
ors will bo thoro, protesting further
action or tho council townrd saving
tho streots.
Tho ordinanco or a weok ago has
gone Into offect reducing tho trail
ers behind tho big auto trucks from
two to ono wagon, but oven nt this
many of tho owners ot proporty aro
not Batlsflcd nnd claim that tho pav
ing In front of their respective hold
ings contlniios to bo cut to'plcces..
Ordinanco Heady
City Attornoy J, T. Brand has
rondy tho ordinanco allowing tho
Southern Puclfle a flvo yeur's rollef
rrom their pres'ont rrnnchlso. Ho
pays tlntt this will not bo presented
to tho council ror passing until tho
inilroail has carried out Us ngreo-
mont with tho city.
Ono Truck Hung Up In Fmnt of
Busy Corner and Stops .Mot.
or Car Other Near Masonic
..Lato Filday afternoon, tho Ior-
glng trucks operations wero hung up
nnd trurric dolnyod by two of the
heavily luden trucks getting stuck In
tho paving.
Ono stuck In Front street, Immc
dlntoly In front of tho Ihmy Corner
whom n hnd rut had !eon cut In the
hnrd paving, It woh stuck for tome
tlmu aud bolng ncross the railroad
track dolnyod tho Southern Pacific
motor enr for nwhllo.
Tho other truck stuck In a hole In
tho paving on Fourth street neir
Central whoro ono of tho whceli
sank doep Into tho mud. A big holt
has ulroady boon broken through the
hnrd paving.
Cause Much Protest
Much protest against tho damage
to tho hard paving Is being heard
on ovory sldo.
"U'h nn outrago, It's a shame"
and similar expressions aro being
volcod as tho ruts in tho hard par.
Iifg aro bolng moro and moro no
ticed. "It will cost moro than all the
logs nro worth to repair "the street
paving" declared one man.
. K. O. Small, tho bituminous paring
contractor Saturday Indicated that
he thought tho extent of tho damage
to tho hard paving would be much
greater than tho $1,200 that bai
boon ostlmntcd.
It Is.llkoly that thoro will be an
othor "animated discussion of the
question at' tho meeting of the city
council noxt Monday night and more
dofinlto action taken than hitherto
ns somo of tho proporty owners af
roctod nro voicing their sontlments
In no uncertnlii tonus.
V H. Cavannugh nnd Mrs.Carrlo
Wright. Mnyor Kltson, who wns ro
olectod, will bo sworn In ns will also
City Recorder C. P. Keating.
TALK OF BABIES JARS THEM.
Coos Ray Times Want Ads nro of
direct nnd practical usefulness to
all renters, in finding a congenial
and Miltnblo placo In which to live.
Persons having houses to rent
should avail themselves of tho op
portunlty offered by thoso small ails.
Times waut ads bring results.
Spinsters Form CluH Avoid Chatter
About Husbands.
Sabethu, ICnn.-An organization of
spinsters lur-i been formed In this town
to savo them from heurlug talk about
babies.
"At tho women's clubs." says Miss
Georgia Hook, bend of tho spinsters,
"all wo hear Is tulk of bnbles nnd bus
bnuds of various kinds. Oh, you cuu
not reullzo tho unintentional cruelty of
It ull! What pleasure can wo havo In
hearing tnlk of babies, babies, babies
nil tho time? Vb wnall town never
gives tho props cfcivdo for all girls to
mnrry happily. To many of our best
young men go tie cjtles. As a re
sult there tiro nr Marriageable young
women thuu ynj men."
WEARS HIS CARD ON BROW.
Mexican Ha9 His Namo and Address
Tattooed on Forehead.
San FrancIsco.-"Whnt'8 your name ?"
demanded Asslstaut District Attorney
Bocsey of n Mexican charged with va
grancy. Tho defendant brushed back his hnlr,
but did not speak. Bechoy repented hU
question. Sumo response. Then tho
Spaulsh Ititcrpieter tried. Tho hum
polujnil to a spot on his forehead, nee.
soy looked closely, uud tattooed on the
man's brow was, "Fred Ilnrrls, Sonoru.
Mexico."
"Whut'a tho Idea?" asked Becsey .
"I hnvo heart disease. I may drop
dend. I don't wnut my grave to bo tin
innrkod," tho prisoner explained. Judgo
nrndy.dlsmlssed him.
NOW SEEKS MOTHER
DAVID Dl'DLEV HUNTS PAIWXTS
fiONE FOR ill) VEAHS
BLIND, SHE SEWS MAIL BAGS.
Miss MaddoK Has Worked For Undo
Cam Twonty-six Years.
Wushlugtou. Twenty-six yenrs ago a
blind woman asked Postmaster Gen-
oral John Wnnnmnker to glvo her u
Job sewing innll bags.
"Mr. Wunamaker," sho snld, "you
give seeing peoplo a two months' trial.
win you givo mo tuat much time to
provo I enn do it?" IIo consented to
give her a trial.
Today you will flml Miss Hnttlo Mnd
dox In tho mall bag repair whop of the
pojtolllco department busy with n pllo
of sacks reaching neatly to her Bhoul
der. Sho Is ono of Undo Sam's best
workers on mall bags.
Times want ads bring results.
Asks Aid of Local Poller Sa)
Mother Has Remarried and I
Now Mrs. Call Barron
It has boon 30 yoars slnco David
Dudloy, of Chicago, has seen M
mother. At the end of more than
a qunrtor of a century absence he I
now nsklngAho pollco to aid him lD
folding his long lost parent. Tna
letter for inrormatlon camo to Cb'
Jack Carter.
Mrs. Nora Dudloy soparated from
her husband in Chicago and ran"
west and married again, bo tho let
ter states, to a man named Carl Darr
ron. It Is 'claimed that two y"
ago thoy wero residing In Mrsl1
fjold.
" Inasmuch as tlioro Is a will in ""
prpbatb courts of Chicago, the son
oxitromoly anxious to find the where
abouts of his mother, He says tht
ho Is ablo to pay ror tho Inform'
tlon rogardlng hor present address.
QUATERMAS STUDIO
QUALITY PHOTOS
ODDosite Blanco Hotel,
Phono J06-L.
I MARSHFIEL, ORiSOON