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OiIIY COAST MlA.1
VOL III Every Evening, Except Sunday
MARSHFIELD, OREGON, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2l 1904.
The Original Haulth Pood
Pure, Wholesome Delicious
Yliats why it lias always led
That's why it leads today
Acme Mills Co.;
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Subway Opened With
Now York, Oot. .27 Tho now rapid
transit mibvjay was formally oponod
tli it) uftcrudqu. Tho first truiu wus
started by Mayor MoClollan ivltlt u
'silver controllur, vrotft thrdugh ths
tunnel with specially invited guests.
Simultaneously trains started from
tho various stations.
trcoeoding thu movement, approprl.
utu ceranlouhy were hold in tho
nldornmnlb dhumhcr attho city lmll.
A signal wis Unshed over tho oitj',
undAvhlstlci v?ero blow'n and iipjls
lung. Flity thensund people Mbu?io
ceivod froo' transportation rodo up and
down tho subway during tho after
nooii. Tho road' will w thrown open
to tho pubho tomorrow night.
Thougif he Saw Japan
.ese Tbrpeda Bbats
DIDN'T KNOW H
HIT ANY FISHERMEN
Early Pacific Settlement 'Expected but Ex
plariatibn not Considered" Satisfac
tory to England
London, Oot. 27 'Rojesvessky's re
port reached Couut Beekondarfl thfas
mornjug and was, quickly oouyp yed to
. the gpvewrtiPW). -
RIIQlkFl It Is underitaod that tho Admiral
UJ IHL4L4 '
never had any, iutoution of firis ot
' t 1 tho trawlers, yl)ob -were early twttc
Hull, Oct. 87 Tbe ferala , of br iboRuur IleeTai it raw
Cuptalu Smith and second Offlour Leg- Doggor eauk. Among tho trawlers the
getr, of the illfaled trawler Crano, RU(ffli0n officers noticed two steamers
wero held today, and an iuimeme m0ving at u high rata of speed, which
crowd attended. Buslnoss was mis- jooke(1 esuetly like torpedo Coats. Ro
pendod and IJugs on all Uio bulldlnga jeaVenaky concluded tliat they wero
wuro at half mast. Uundroda of jOp0Ucao torpedo boats, and" ho adds
wreaths wow received, including ono ' Mh opimQtt that tho squadron flred
from King Edword. j ttmimt thoso two ships.
JJo denies that tho Russian warships
wero left behind lor bU houra and
never lowered boats to assist tho in
jured. IIo payst 'The Russian o flic em
wore ,tptUy ignorant that tho fleet
'was injured, and regrets that tho
, trawlers and ilshermeu sutforcdj
i I Ono of tho torpedo boats disappeared
Auororo Nob., Oot. 27 Tho east after tho ii'riug.nnd tho other remained
bound u'urllugton passiuger train' until morning waiting for its com-
struck an oil 'agbu IclUnyi X hundred panion. v
gallons of gasoline wero thrown over j Tho Admiral asks what warship it
tho enulue. which wai soon envolonod was that was noticed hovering near
in Ilamca. Engineer Parkinson was tho soone, and declares that both b'
takon out dying.
corraspoWteai ! iho Central Kows
Uiw raormng wires: I am omcially in-
foriuecj that'the Caar has received Ad
miral RojflvcQskyd fall report.
IJOB4olr,, Oct,"27 Coanl BeoLeii-
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ofleors continues, ftusfin maintains
that a demand for suoh punishment is
an infringement of Russia's sovereignty
rights and cannot le entertained.
Birmingham, Oot 27 Tho Post
learns that the French Foreign Minis
ter Delcasjo has offered his Fervices as
mediator betwicn England and Rutsia
HhoulO such services bo needed. He
makes the olf eras tho ally of ituasia
and tho friend of England,
London; Oct. 27 it is learned that
England will refuse to accept Rojes
vensky's explanation) and in cose no
agreement be reached, England will
not declare war but will inform Russia
that tho Baltic fleet will not bo per
mitted to proceed;
Now York, (jOc , 27InformatioH
has just been received by several of the
largest interna toiBal" banking inter?
ests in this Jcity tat pcaco
Great Britian and Rusfiia is
London, Oct. 7 The Paris corrsa'
rjfcohomftof lorei53iJlwugcnt haa learned on tho highest
no early this morn
nature of tbeMKwas not dh-oloeed.
While Laosifewrno and Bookondorlf
were in consaliation, II. Oambon, the
French Ambassador, callod at the
foreicu secreUry's home,
EdinliurtTi Oot. 27 The homo. fleet
lies at anchor in tho Firth of Forth, 1
London Oct. 27 The Foreiga oee
has announced tart no statement ro
Ktirdingtho situation will be issued
authority that with,in 2i houra Russia
will givfl complete sataifaction,Innlnd
ing an apology, the payment of an in
demnityr and a fall investigatoin.
BcckeudoiMKef t the foreign secre
tary's lioaxyfaBd was shortly followed
by Cambon. jpaoisdowno then hurried
to tho ForelgMlce.
Tho oabin5yiU notmeettili tomor
row noon, iaw-er to allow all mom-bers-to
On arrivrtKat tho foreign office
Lansdowne Jixs met by Balfour,
Salisbury, Lari Sol bourne, First Lord
Admiral, aaiAttoroey General Forney,-
and the meewsLjasted until S.
dorff mado a second
tiou resardinB tho
sspur, h t. -.,.,
PBie-.UiJi.'ii uk uiu niiv(,u
Fireman Lasakr flml ngnin'word unmlstaka
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, 27 The deadlock
iieut' of tho Rudian
London, Oct, 27 Lloyd's has a tele
gram from Gene asserting that the
Swedish steamer Aldebaran hae beeq
flred on by a battleship in the Skager
rack, to tho north of Belt, but tho shot
did not take effect.
MUCH FAITH B
Only Minor Engage4
.St Eeterstrargi Oct. 27-pTho. Official
Messenger ,tqAay iriata tho taporial
rescript placing Kiiropatkin as chief
commander of the forces' in the Far
East. h . k . v a,.
(The Czar.imya ,he fol3 coafldent
that Kuropatkin(WlH "Jbrpak, Ihp ,ob
stinanpypf Uw cnCmji?fl fbifties, ttrwsby
assuring to Kus-ia jcace in tha trar
jJt Potorsbttrg, Oct.27 Snkhaioff rej
The- Jaapneso ppono'dfire. '
forces last night, lwJieT8paii!,i
the Rassianfl 'ad-anced; aatli repalae , '
them, sulsequently xernrning to their
St Petersburg, Oct. 27 A.dtoptotf T
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frosa Mukd" reporta flghteng alonjr"
Mukden, Oot. 27 Tho Japane'
hare advanced to tho village of v
Jordagan, and' cdptured tho place
after fighting all night.
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