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THE COOS BAY TIMES, MARSHFIELD, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1916 EVENING EDITION
For Men, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
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Shoe stylo ntithoMty Is (Iceiiulnetl
In pint l).v sources or stjlo Infor
mation, such iin I'm Is, Vienna,
New Vork, etc., mid in part by
Hie success of (lie manufacturer
in representing tlio khc;ij1 stylo
(rcnil in patterns mill models
W J K ''nt win tho favor of the grent-
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KINAL IIKAKINd IX IHHIUK HIV
Kit CONTROVKRSV STARTS
Remember tluK. Walk-Over soirrc
rs of style Information aro moro
numerous and better tlian thoso
of any oilier niuniifuctnrers, be
raiiso they luivo branches In nil
tlio world's largest cities, and
aro contlinmlly receiving lepoita
from these sources.
SKK WINDOW DISPLAY.
Hub Clothing and Shoe Co.
. MUM HEBE MAIL OUT BY MIL
PASSKH THKOUflll OX WAY
iWedderlnirn Triiilitiir Co. Charges
ConsplraryAKalnst Seaborn and
Some of Ills Men
The final hearing In tlio Injunction
.3iiltn regarding the fishing on Roguo
"river will tako place boforo Judgo
(Coke In the circuit court at Gold
. Reach In Curry county this wcolc.
! This morning sovcrnl concomed In
'tho cuso loft for Curry county. Ro
'dorlck Maclcay of Portland arrived
'yesterday with Deputy Game Warden
i Powell and Col. Lawson, tho latter 1
i two as witnesses. C. K. Peck of
'Marshflold went with tho party. IIo
Ms attornoy for Mr. Maclcay.
' Conspiracy Claimed
f The Wcdderbum Trading Co., or
iwhlch Mr. Maclcay is tho head,
'claims that Scaborg, who operates
'another cannery, and his men, have
boon guilty of conspiracy to harm
Jtho Weddorburn Trading Company.
Tills Is the last hearing on the In
'junction suit. Last year sovoral cases
(regarding tho differences of tho two
concorns wero up In tho Curry coun
Judge Coke Leaves
Judge John S. Coko also loft for
Gold Hcaclt this morning, although
I Biif faring a sovero cold mul touch
jOf tho grip. Ho will preside there
jinnd will open an adjourned term in
Coos county. Judgo Hamilton will
jbo hero April Ul to prcsldo In cases
Sin which Judgo Coko Is disqualified
v Judgo Sklpworth, who has boon
fj "holding court In Coqulllo for Judgo
roko, will leavo for Ijugono tomor
1 1 Mr. Maclcay and party had tho
fpeod boat Pronto moot tho morn-
Looks for flood Year la .Salmon
ISttsiucss HopoH to Develop
Deep Sea Fishing
Itodorlck Maclcay of Portland,
head of tho Weddorburn Trading
Company on Roguo Illvor, arrived In
Marsh field yesterday afternoon on
tho train from tho north and loft
thin morning for Curry county. Mr.
Mnjclcay was grcatjy pleased with
tho now railroad. Ho thought tho
trip a beautiful one.
This railroad trip to Coos Hay
'is certainly going to bo a famous
ono as n scenic rottto. Thoro will be
a largo number of people como In
horo cvory summer to enjoy tho cll
mato. Thoro aro moro people com
ing than the Coos Hay peoplo Imag
ine" I.s a Candidate
Mr. Maclcay will bo In Weddor
burn for about two weeks and will
return to Portland to look after busi
ness thoro and will bo at his Roguo
Klvor proporty off and on most of
tho stimmor. Mr. Maclcay Is a can
didate for tho legislature from Port
land. Ho says that thoro Is n feel
ing In that city thut moro of tho
business men should bo members of
tho legislature and ho Is making tho
raco and thinks that ho will have
a good support.
rising Prospect, flood
It Is too early yet to toll much
ftbout tho fishing on Roguo Klvor
this season but Mr. Macleay .says
that tho prospects for this year aro
pood. Tho fishing season opens
April 15 and tho big cannory of tho
Weddorburn Trading Company will
bo oporatod this year as usual.
Prlco In T.owcr
NKW SCHKIH'LK flOMH INTO KK
KKCT MONDAY MOKXIXfl.
Advanco Information Received Tills
Morning Kroin Chief Clcik Rand
Is Welcoitio News.
Routing of Coos Ray mall via tho
Southern Pacific will start Monday.
This is tho advanco information
contained In a letter todny to Post
inastur Hugh McLaln from Albert
Ilontl, of Portland, chief clerk of
tho railway mail division.
Tho news Is wolcomo on Coos
Ray. It means that all mall, begin
ning Monday, will have to bo In tho
po3tofftco by 8:20 a. in., according
to Mr. McLaln.
Tho train nrilvos back hero at
J: 30 p. in. and that same afternoon
business nia'.l will bo dollvcrod,
though tho residence deliveries will
have to wait over until the next
LATEST LOCAL NEWS
PORTS INT HELP.BREAKWATER 15 III
jijng train at Coqulllo and tako thorn ' The prlco of tho hlghor grado of
iiown tno rivor aim tnoy win navo a canned Balmon Is lowor this year
(flpcclal auto from Randon to Rogue
KNDKAVOR TO CJKT SOMK OK O.
a C. LAND MONKY
Mooting Will IIo Hold at Kugeno
April 1 1 to Discuss the Plan
, Honry Songstackon, secretary ot
ithc Port of Coos Ray, received word
(this morning that -at Kugono on
April 14 would bo held a mooting of
tho roproHontatlveB of tho ports con
cerned to discuss tho disposition of
tlio nionoy derived from tho O. & C.
lands as provided in tho bill bo
Tho bill provides that 20 por cont
of tho money go to tho U. S. treas
ury, JO por cent to tho Htato and 10
por cont to each county. Tho ports
want part of tho nionoy allotted to
tho counties given to the ports for
NOTICI3 TO CONTRACTORS.
Healed lilild will bo iccolvod at tho
office of Krod Magnusson, architect,
to ho oponud April 20th at 10 a. in.,
for tlio erection of tho proposod
building or tho Going Investment
company. Tho plans and specifi
cations and gonoral conditions gov
erning Hunio aro to bo had at tho
architect's office. Tho owners ro
Horvo tho right to reject any and all
GOING INVKSTMKNT CO.
Ily C. C. Going.
Tho monthly mooting of the
Marshfluld Chamber of Commorcu
will bo hold Krldiiy evening, April
7th, at S o'clock.
JOHN V. MOTLKY, Serrotary.
l.oulr florr Is our plumper.
ROUT. W. SWANTOX,
to tho XYAL QTALITV STORK,
.tilioro no use SOI'IUR'S Sl'PKHIOK
jcilK.MICALS and oavli pioseilptlon
Is coiiipoiiudi'd by a (Jradiiato Chem
ist. Phone III of call at "I Market
Avenue w hen looking for Quality
Goods at Reasonable Prices,
THE PENSLAR AND NYAL
Store for Quality Chemicals
, Swanton Drug Co.
RRINflS 1IKAVV KKKK.'HX CAR(U)
ASKKR TO PKKSKNT CANRIDATK
KOR HOSR KKSTIYAh gUKK.V
Railroad SIiowh Kffect On Passenger
List lHTt Reduction of Karo
to .Meet Competition.
I.' Soday's northbound paBsengcr
list of tho steamship Rrcakwatcr
Is any criterion of what tho now
railroad Is doing to tho passongor
business between Coos Ray and Port
land and return, thoro aro very
moagro profits In storo for tho
Tlinrn uwirn nnlv lvi mil uoliii' U'llll tlio ("MiMinlinr nf Pnlilliinrrn In
passoiigors today and they wore In I regard to Coos Ray ontorlng u can
tho steerage. Klldato for qitcon of tlio Rous Koa-
Tho last tlmo tho Rrcakwator tlval.
camo from tho north, which was bo- .Many In tlio Raco .
foro tho opening of tho railroad sor- Pendleton, Albany, lCugouo, ICIam-
vlco, Bho brought a largo list of i nth Kails, Hugono, Oregon City and
paKHongors, The provloiis ;trlp north
saw at least ;!" passongera aboard
.Mis. Anita Yalontlne, Represent lug
tlio Contest Arrives Hero Today
to Tako Ui Matter
(Special to Tho Times)
PORTLAND, Oro., April 7.
Anltu Valoiitlno a roprcsontatlvo ot
tlio Portland Roso Festival quoon
'coute:t (lopivrtmont, will bo in
Marshflold Friday, April 7, to confar
from Coos Ray.
May Roduco Kare.s.
Tho expected result Is that
Salom already luivo candldatos In
tho field for quoeu. Twelvo muldo
of honor nro to bo elected, a queen ,"" manager,
from tho state, bin maids from out
than last year. Thoro is a drop ot
ubout -10 coats a case. This Ib bo-
fcaiiBo of tho largo amount of high
grado salmon that Is now on hand.
1U iiBtorla thoro Is about $1,000,00
worth of salmon In Btorago. Mr.
Maclonv HUVn ll In enllllinnv illannaml
,of only part of last ycar'B pack.
Demand Krom ICuropo
Tho cheaper grades of salmon,
iiowovor, huvo kept up In prlco as
thoro lias bcon a good salo for tho
ilowor Krados, auch aa Alaska and
Bllvorsldos. This Is becauso of tho
war ordors. Tho armies havo not
Mrs. boon foil Balmon to any great o.-
tont ns soino bollovo, but the product
has bcon, bought to tako tho placo
of high priced meat In Kngland ami
bthor countrlos. RosldCB, somo of
tho host Kuropcaii fishing banks 1
'luivo boon destroyed by tho war and
nnany of tho trawlers formorly nsod
for fishing nro now engaged as initio
Mr. Macloay recently
tho co-oporntlvo cannory on tho low-
Kir Coqulllo rivor near Randon. Thin
will bo In chargo of Charles Johnson
Mr. Johnson has boon
In chargo of tho plant and Is tlio
COMKS OX RUSINKSS
II. L. Coloman, son-in-law of Mr.
and .Mrs. A. J. Savago, arrived hero
today on tho Ureakwator. Ilia Is
looking after 'tlio business in this
torrltory for an eastern clothing com
SUICS SCHOOL DISTRICT
AT THE GOLDEN RUi
A lingo slilpmeiit of plain and fancy SKS
KiiNlffn silk mills, Just unpacked. v,J ' wt '
tbo best quality silks at very rrasoiml nl2nS,)' "l
eludes: ' ' "'witot
, . IIHAVY Tl'R SILKS
ki.oviori:d jap silks
" ' IIHAVY CORDIOn si,
STRIPKD MKSSALIXUs AM)
AND DOKNS OK OTIIKR POPt'L.Ml SlIJJs
Do your spring shopping at .
The Golden Rule
FIRST NATIONAL BANK ! BLDG MARSHFIELD
I HOW TO IMPROVK TIIK LOOKS
T, THE MODEL CASH Gi"
Ry Jano McLaln
Action Started n Warrant for Seventy
Suit was begun in tho Justice court
today by W. II. Dlndlngcr and coni-
imny vorsus School District No. 7. t
fot Daniels Crook. K. L. McCluro, at
tornoy for tho plaintiffs alloiies m
his complaint that on April lo, 1013,
1). J. Rico, clerk of tho district hoard
K Till-: peoplo of Marshflold would
each glvo a little tlmo to tlio ap
pearance of their city they could
mako it qulto beautiful.
I 'I'll.- Hi-nun.. Mlln.r l ,11 III llm
I IIU ,UIU .....f, fc" . lti
old 'houses or shacks would bo to
tear thorn down and make room for
TO HOLD RACKS
Krod J. Kolley hns purchased tho
Interest of V. 10. Kuowles in the
Coos and Curry Auto Racing associa
tion. Interested with him aro Frank
Cattorllu, Ross Smith and Karl Llu
vlllo, of North Rond. Tho track Is
being put In shapo for auto races, tho
first ouo probably being for early
Makes An AsNlgmucnt toikM
"nils' Piotcrlhc AwA
of Portland, forlicwHi
'I Mo Model Cash Grocer;, tKi
cd by A. C. Ilbbccka, on Conac
avenue, linj nindo an ui!pEtt
Ilia Mercliants' Protcctlre i
Hon of Portland, for tt W
yards!. Somo of thuso fonces aro about J'-'.OOO and about tin
very old and aro boglnnlg to fall
apart. It would holp Bomo If tlioy
word torn down and now ones put in
It would also Improve tho looks
ot tho city If somo of tho loose
lumber, boxes and stray wood woro
gathored together and burned. If
thoro was a cau on oach corner for
tho peoplo to put their apple eoros,
new ones. As you pass along tho
h n.i r.v. n i.n ,,i., i 1 1 rr n .. .. ! street, vou Drolmblv huvo noticed tho
l tumuli u.ui tu liiv ... nut. nu mi vii- ''..". ... . nrailllnt.
Hnrnnil wnrrant fur $7(1. It Is cdiilinnd fonces that dlVldO tho llfllgllDor B
. , ........... T.. .-, -"i
paymont has been sovoral times de
manded, but novor has thoro bcon
any money forthcoming,
IS GOING SOl'Tll
s mount of l'nl)llltic,
cvlty Is Ilia unlicallhjr t!oiti
pools. If those were filled lik i;
not only holp lioautlly ttt dtj,
help to stop tlio srread oHm
AIfo If somo ot the o'd h!iJ
on Front street wcregiuue
of paint, It would help lajwil
Mnrflhflold had n park d it
wiisto papor and other 4'rapa In, dren's playground It would U
thoro would not bo bo much thrown great benefit. It would Iwp I
on tbo streets. .children out of tho street asi
Another thing th'at hlndors tho I ho a plnco for young and di
J. Albert Matson expects to leavo
In tho morning aboard the Adollno .
Smith for San Francisco whoro ho ,
IMircliaaod (will look after somo business mat-,
North Pacific Steamship company'
ftldo Portland and six from Portland.
Will Re Crowned
will vory shortly Ibbuo a reduction , Tho queen will bo crowned quoon
In paBsengcr fnres botwocn theso two .of tho Festlvnl and Columbia Illgli
ports. a Tact tluit may win back 'wry and outulde towns bolng ropro
to thorn part of tho trado. Offlcora seated by inaldB will each rccolvo a
SPIT IS STARTKR '
In tho Justlco court today thoro I
was filed tho Biiit of tho Finnish Co-!
son of (loorgo Johnson, who Is man- foporatlvo company versus WlJIlam
of tho Rreakwntor, willed orrlvcd
this morning from Sun Diego and
way ports, expressed tho belief there
will bo a reduction In faros.
On her trip south from San Fran
cisco tho Rroakwator loft her dock
In tho bay city with her big oil
lank, which Ib In tho hold and car
ried about -TiO toiiH of oil, empty.
Tho vessel listed so that she was
put back to tho dock and straight
ened up again by taking aboard 1000
ImrerlH of oil. I
Tho vejsol this morning put Ini
Moving pictures will bo taken of
Ruffnor, for tho collection of JIJG.fiO
'claimed to bo duo tho plaintiff for
igor of tho cannery for Mr. Macleav
A now policy In piirchuBlng will igoods Hold In Novombor 11)13
bo followed out by Mr. Macloay in
progard to his Coqulllo rivor salmon.
UiiBtead of buying tho supplies In San
"Francisco they will all bo purchasod
'tho floats and shown throughout tlto;J Portland and as far as It la pos-
linltod States. It Is a
campaign for the Htato.
United States. It Is a bin publicity lo in Coos county. This means
IOo TAXI PIIONK 18-1.
SKND your CLOTH KH K.ARLY to
bore loaded to tho limit with frolght avoid Faster rush. JAY DOLYK.
that qulto a good doul of monoy that
fnrmnt'lv lvnnl In Cm, liVMiinlofm ...ill
I" .. ,,w.. . kv., , iiiii,ov.w Will
., , t., v...,. w .. ,'o kept in tho county and at least in
Mr. Macloay will dopond largely
upon tho Klmoro Lino of boats to
Puli I p tho Coqulllo river cannery pro
ducts and to bring In cannory supples
from tho north.
Deep Sea KlsblnK
Roth on tho Roguo river and at
Dr. H. K.
Kelly, Dentist, SOI
CLAI.1I MU.MIV IS I1UK.
Anna C. Rrcon, of Fastsldo, has
filed a suit against M. J. Mellalo, '
also of ICiistsldo, claiming that thoro f
ts $87 due hor for grocorlos, Tho
defendant ha.i gono Into bankruptcy, '
though tho plaintiff ullages that tho
bill for tlio goods was contracted
after tho starting of tho proceedings '
In bankruptcy. I
from tlio south. 150 tons of tho Phono SSW
cargo consisting of hay and feed for .
Astoria. ' vmmmmmm
Tho ni rivals woro Illlnier lloag,
Alder l.anglols, F. S. Franklin, II. J.
Ralrd, II. F. Shirley, S. Strauss, F.
K. Rleucher, (luorgo Fleming, II. L.
Coleman. Foils M. Wolff, A. Mltehol
and Mrs. Kilua Isslugcr.
71 MARKKT AVK.
Nnul Ik (lie Time lo (Jet Rid of These
TIioio'h no longer tho sllghtost
Hoed of feeling ashamed of your
freckles, us tho prescription othlno
doublo strongth Is guaranteed to
roiuovo the8i homely spots.
i Simply get an ounco of othlno
double strength -from any drug-i
gist and apply a little of It night and ,
morning and you should soon seo !
Mint ovon tho worst freckles have be
gun to disappear, whllo tho llghtor
ones aro vanished entirely. It Is sel
dom that moro than an ounco Is need
"oil to complotoly clear t lit skin 1
gain a beautiful clear complexion.
Ho suro to ask for tho double
Btrongth othlno us this Is sold under
kuariinteo of monoy back If It falls
!t) remove freckles. f
One lot of Standard Shirts, to
1 .00 values, SPKCIAL. ...NDo
to $1.50 values !)8c
Men's Kluo Klauiiel Shirts..
3I.U.1 to .siil.no
Full ('ut Reinforced Work
Shirts, SPKCIAL life
Castle Miami Hats, to $;t,00
values, SPIICIAL JjJI.OO
Hummer Silk and Poplin
Hats, each 50c
Ralbriggau and Kluo Mesh
Shirts and Drawers, SPKC
jtho Coqulllo rivor cannery Mr. Ma
cloay Intends this year to mako nn
effort to develop tho deep Bea fish
"lug. Ho owns n cold storage plant
at Port Orford and this also .will bo
'opened this soason for handling fresh
'fish. It Is tho boliof that tho docp
''sou flslng can bo developed, much to
Hho benefit of flBhormen along tho
Mr. Macleay will mako somo ex
periments In tho way of putting up
'salt fish. Ho will try canning ling
1 pn.il In mnl.'n n nrnflllnt unmal liln.r
Ullto the fish flakes which aro pro-
'ducod on tho eastern const. It ap-
pears that n largo business In the
15 way of bundling dcop sea fish can
Damage In Slight
Mr, Macleay Bays that tho roported
Jdamago by slides at Wodderburn did
'not do any material harm. Thoro
' wo b nothing of any sorlous cotiso
'quenco though tho hpiuo for a tlmo
wore somewhat frloghtened.
t AMONG THE SICK t
Matt Stora, of North Rend, Is
suffering an attack ot blood poison
ing. Mia. K. F. Russell has been 111 of
tho grip for tho past week at hor
homo in North Rend.
The March Kind's statelvname is known wherever mat
holds its own, wherever drums and cymbals throb, and
orchestras hold down their job. A
Sousa march just mention that, and
mark how people smile thereat; they
know what Sousa's music is; it's melody
without the fizz; it's full of energy and
pep, and makes old graybeards dance
a step; they hear the sound of marching
men, of chargers trotting down the glen,
the shock of battle and the roar, and
billows beating on the shore. And
Sousa, when he would compose that
music which the whole world knows,
fills up his pipe with good old "Tux"
(name t'other brands, and he says, anitmkiM
"Shucks!"). Tuxedo is the smoke of Mf';
. I men who do big things with lyre or "ff
'"Vi Pen wno make the old world's wheels "' ' "j
B" iuuuu, wiiuse names will uuwu mc r ,
And Ha "'
"All lM fa ",
KOR THAT SUNDAY
Theriiios Auto Lunch Kits.
Thermos Dottles, leather
.uto and Outing
Initial Paper Napkins . ..."c
Paper Drinking Cups 5e pkg
Paper Towels, 21 in pkg.
KODAKS, KlliMS, KTC.
The Red Cross
J. Lpo llrown ;: Phono 1U2
mm wa . i '
These are tho latest and
s smrts on tno imiriiei.
have them in
All the very latest patterns, at
$1.00 and $1.50
Wo aio offering an especially at
tractive aluo in .Men's Work Shirts
Wo aio also showing , a splendid lino
of Roy' Shirts, in Sports and Neg
ligee, at 50c.
W. H. Dindinger & Co.
ARRIVKD OX THI
If jiiu haica't
in ami lei s
to not f-
tell JM '
Don't folget "
of all b
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