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MARSHFIELD 000S pOUNTY, OREGOtf, NOV. 15, 1902.
Cream of the Week's ISiews.
Published livery Day in (lie baily Coast Mail!
Washington, Nov. 12 Tho niuwor of
tho nnlhraclto operntoro to Mitchell
4 ah inudo public by Commissioner
Wright today. It followa tTiollnu bl
liruasolrt, NdV. 14 Tim mctlfciir pro
fession It much inlorca'tcd in tho alleged
dlscovory of a ycung Ilruocln physician,
Dr. C. I'utlaux, who claims to havo
generalities made In JJAor'a statement found tho eorum of whooping-cough.
yesterday, although It la more bitter In
Us denunciation of tho United MIno
President Fowlor eaya llio ndvont of
thio organization, tlio anthraclto Hold
marked tho beginning of nlmoit total
domorcllwitlon of tho workor, tyrnnj
(..vex fellow employ to, decreases lit cl
emency, mid an increased number ol
Trucmlalo la particular)- bitter, lit'
naya tho federal courlt have declared it
unlawful; that it i seeking to gain n
(arced enrollment of oil tho tnincra in
America; that Iti principles oppicsi tho
industrnua Inborcr down to tho lovol of
tho sluggards; that It has not in tho
past hojitntid nor ia tlwro rcaton o bo
llovo It will In futuro liceit.ito to eacrl
flco llfo, liberty ttuJjirppcrty.lQ-saln '
vIclous4 temporary ond. ' ''
Ollphnntobjccte to recognition ol
tho order in n more tempornto language,
nnd cuma up by saying that ita constant
ly abiding mcmhcrahlp renders it in
capabloof making n contract binding,
Cffcctivo aud lasting.
Tho serum ia injected under llio akin In
tho abdominal region, nnd it ia en Id
llio ujnlmly cnn bo cured ,ln from eight
to ton days, ita normal couno being
from six to eight wooka.
Pittsburg, Nov. 12 Koor-CToll'n spec
!il train arrived this morning nt 10:30.
An unthueinatlo crowd cheered the
prcoldcnl as ho paced up nnd down the
platform greeting hid frieuda. Aa tho
train pulled out, ho occupied tho rear
platform, hawing hie acknowledgements.
Tho president maiutainn strict ucrccy
ai to tho objoctivo point whoro hlacamp
will bu established (or n bear hunt. It
ia BUppomd to bo 203 mllea dletant from
Memphis. Uo suyti'lio is going R3 a prl
vatu cportcman, to luivo a real huntrand
Oowii't want to bo bothorod, Ho upends
his tiutlro time on tho opeclnl train,
rughini: ofllclal busIucB.i.
Ho has been wnrutxl that ho 'inlj;ht
tnect with n fatal accident Jn an en
.'onu'.er with a 'wounded nnd enraged
hoar, or might bo shot by a fellow huut
er la tho wllilofnuBi?, InitT ho did not
. ccm to think it watt any improper rhk
to run in exposing tho oxocullvo head
cf a great nation to n elmnco fatality.
x Honolnlu, Nov. 11 Tho Hawaiian
olcclioiiB proved a llopublicm laud
slldo. U, H. Commisuiouor A'llcox,
Domocrat, was defeated for re-election
9 doloftalu to conrffoH3 by Trlnco Kulio
f The lefileilaturo1 jo otronalyl'.opubllcaD,
WnthliiKlon, 1). C. Nov. I3-Tho In
torstnto commerco couirolihlon, which
haa been hearing compl.-ilnto in tho
Wctt, roturnod tq Washington today
md uejtnna IiMrinK of tho Krlcv.moep
lodged ntralnrt tho Mobllo nud Ohio
railroad by tho Aberdeen commercial
Prtducah, Ky Nov. 13 Wlillo travol-
dh at a IiIkIi rato of tpced trxlny the
train bearing Preaidont 1'ooovelt to the
South struck n negro track walker near
Hoar, Ky., this morning. Tho train wat
tn ... . .
San Franclirco, Nov. J3 Collector of
llio Porta fitritton today rcfutcil the
(ryht of landing to tho Chincto sorvant
A Vico Governor Wrlcht of tho Philip
plnof. Wright requcstoJ tho InncIInic
on tho grounds that ho would guarantor
tho Esfo retain of tho Chinamen to Ma
nilln In aix months. Tho collector eald
it would bs n violation of law nnd ro
Bt. Paul, Minn., Nov. 13 Tho cnio of
Iho Rtato of Minnesota against tho
Northern Securities, tho Great Northern
and Northom Pacific railroad companies
camoup fqr hnnrlnR today befora Special
KxaminorF. 0. liiccreoll.
PitlaburR, Nov. 13-Tl:o Ponneylvaiila
railroad this morning announced a vol
untary increaro of 0 per cent in tho
worcb of all employes ht thin pleco, who
now not under 200 per mouth. Xh0 in
croneo effecta 10.000 men. Tho .plHcIalB
say thoy nro juallfled In makinc til:
raB):na tlmea nro aood, and largo carn
injo sro good.
Bolom, Nov. 13 U. 8. Commiajlonor
Irwin of Junoati, formorly Suporintond
out of Public Instruction of Oror.on is
now on trial on a chnrgo of rrialfeaeanco
Tho case is causing a great eonsation
in tho Lynn Canal district, nnd will
causa much speculation throughout
Washington aha" Oregon, whoro tho man
w'diico tin im,b6ytant!lgllrQ.', M
Thb charges. Against Irwin nro inado
by two nttoropydof Douglas City, which
la located opposite Junpou. They allcgo
that ho has illegally appropriated to his
own uto largo amounts rnndo up of sums
ranging from $1 to $10, from criminal
oaten whlli,Cnnj beforo him for trial.
In order to do Uils euccciBfully, tho
complaint etstcf, )ho nccueod faliific!
certain records rind' mtuiUUd olborn.
Up to tho prceont time the accuied has
lwrno en oxcollcnl reputation.
Members of Mn Irvrin'a family wcrp
seen Iilto this morning, but tho only
knowlcdgu tloy have of tho malfr.asanco
in o(U co with which Mr. Irwin is charg
ed, ia contained in tho above dispatch.
Tho proceedings muuthavobcen brought
recently, as in a recent letter from Mr.
Irwin '.io ricnUorr was rondo of tho
trouble rclatad in tbo prcta dicpatchos.
Clumbers of the wmlly think tho ecan
dal has been aprpng for political one-
First One By Arbitra-
FIRST WITNESSS CALlto
mica of Mr. Irwin,
Portland, Nov.? Tho shipplsjj of -n
non-union crow to rail tho eteainorEk'cr
of tho 'Frieco lino Js likoly to catuo a
general coast strlks of ehip-plng employes
who may also demand the enforcement
of n new wago rcbcdule approved by
Uhler, preiident of thernarlno engineers.
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DEATH OF A 9AN 4
' SHfiT BY MISTAKE
Helmvlllo, Mont., Nov. H-Cloik
Mooro, who was shot for a dcor by his
frlnnd. Cory, died today from tho effecta
of his wounds.
Makes Sfrong Statement of Miners'
Case, and Supports it Willi
Special to the Mall.
Scranton, Nor., 14 Tho Arbitration
Commission mat in ita first Judicial ec;-
alon this morning. Both, sides were
represented by a large array of counsel
Hugo bundlcsf records wcro carted to
to tho court room by tho operators.
Stventy-flvo wilnessea havo been called
by tho minorf. Everything indicates n
iopg drawn out hearing.
Tho independent operators intend to
tnakcafight agaiust the rccog tization
of the Mine Workcia Unlou."
John Mitclielt was the flrat fitness
called, Ho was regularly sworn aud
asked for a statement of his cl:e. Uo
aaid tho wbolohopofor tho future was
for peaco botween tho employer and cm
ployo. Ho revlowed tho miuera' de
jmanda at lenglhj quoting exact figurea
coniranuy in support ol nia claimr. He
dwolt largoly on the danger of the occu
pation, and aaid each day the mines
worked at the coat of thb lives of two
and one-aheteeth men and thrco tlraon
that number were maimed, vet these
men received less pay than bituminous
miners, who worked under more favorable-and
leas hazardous conditions.
Ife says tbelife of tbo miners is limit
ed and all coffer from asthma which
soon shortens their career. Bays a ton
weight on the basis of measurement ia
ono vital question, which has caused
moro trouble than any other. ... ,
Ho gave reasons for the necbaalty o(
trade agreements, recognizing the mine
workers and says whore such exist Ihers
have 'cevor been strikes of any great
magnitudo nnd liccipline and efficiency.
are perfect, as the organisation assumes
responsibility in these particulars.' . .
lie closed with aefrpngand eloquent
appeal on tne plea that children may
not bo forced into the mines, through"
the insufficiency of the parents' income.
SUMMARY OF MINOR' DISPATCHES
Preiident Oompiru'i annual report
iIiowb gravo danger of iuterncclno
strike in tho Federation of Labor.
Whitman collego atudenta turned in a
tiro alarm whllo burning rubbish and
celcbratinen football victory, and tho
president of tho collcgo haa demandod
that tbo city oQlcials prosccuto tho guil
Open gambling ii practicAlly clorod in
Spokane, for the first time in 12 years,
Within tho next 20 days 100 roldior
wlll bo dlsoharccd from tho Bccoud
equadron of tho Ninth calulry, Etalloncd
nt fort Walla Wnlla.
Tho Stato Uuivoreity at Boulder, Colo.,
is colobratlng its quartcrcontenniol.
Aberdeen, Wasb.clorks havo eccured
U o'clock closing.
Jamoa Whcolor died at his homo in
Suvor, Wash, in his eightieth year. Ho
was injured by a fall in Corvallis Bomo
tlmoago, whoii.ho walked out of tho
eccond floor of r building.
)) Tho oticr of .Knights of Labor ia bo
Ibg reorganbeed, , .
DEWEY WILL mU
Special te the Mail.
Washington, Nov. 14 Dewey is (o
have eupreme commaad s fa thai Catri
bean tea maneouvers next mo nth, and
will sail December 1st, with a lar0 per
sonal staff, direct for the naval bate on
Dol Monto Flour is tho bc-Et.
ft F?GnarKabI StocK of
2 dm Now Two!
S II K Bame rigid scrutiny of fabrics
E thosamrt tailoring for boy a cloth-
ingaa for men's; styles that have
boyielr' graco'with tho manly finish.
Beautiful eulta for tbo llttlo follow;
otrong sturdy suits for tho older boya
The practical and tho novel A splendid
collection of boya clothes that is not matched any
where That no paronts-of boys can afford to miss
Natty Materials, S
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The Motlics Friend shirt watst
Thc;little suits, shoes, caps shirts
and neck wear.
MAGNES & MATSON
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