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MARSHFIELD, COOS COUNTS pR&'GON, NOV. 29,,-lG02.
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BOTH SENDING WARSHIPS
MAY SEIZE CUSTOM HOUSE
Claim' Their Subjects HaveBeen Mistreat
ed By the RepublicThis Country
Looks on Unperturbed
SpocUl to lh Malt. ' ziicla will bo manifold, and that it li
Washington, Nov. fS-Tlio SJtlonal certain that when tho official reports of
capital Is nllvo Ih gooilp regarding tho lauding of forces la rccolveJ bore
tho reported concerted action of Ureal eoveral of Duwoy'a shipr, now at Cults
Urlllan and Mermany against Vcnoruela. lrn, will bo dispatched to the iceno of
Advlcon received horo lay fJoruiany li j action.
preparing to null over two tnoro war
ililpti, nuking awvon pottorful engines of
war in tho Vouriuolau waiorr, capable
of laliding a futco of 'JOO't men. Kn;-nn-
has tout two strong crtilwi. Tho
third, tho Charybdlir, milud hnrrliKilv
from HoIIIm Jai( nljjht undo mcrot or
.M.C,Ti:dt!DiilUu Is 1?fevd to bo
Venezuela it is claimed hat bam per
slstontly violating tho rights of tho
countries by impoiinKlndlrjnitlus 0:1 their
subject, solring their propo.-ty and
rnonoy, uud Impritouinc them on trivial
Tim Stato Department bus gircn out
no otatoment. It Is boliovrd thin coun
try wont iiitcrforo, ns Hint announco
menthae boeu received from a rcml-oN
Noltlicr country doAiroa n purmancnt
nciiulsltion of territory, but will dimply
3clzi) tho customs Iioubo and collect taxn
to reimburao t licit cluhna.
Tho olllclala admit that nhancea for
complications In event that Germany
and (trefct Htltian land forces in Vune
Cpeclnl to ths Mal. v
Now York, Nov. 211-Jouu L. Sullivnii,
former ulnmpion pugilist, lllwl n pull
lion in bankruptcy toilny in tho U. S.
dlilrict court. Ju h!i potllion hn oayn
ho lu nut at prcEunt ungnged in any husl
:ims. HisliabllAtiea uro $2G'1,.tuul hiu
aieosta consist c( purjoiml oluthlng val
ued nt f CO.
The lfrickson Funeral
'''ho funeral of I'mll Krickson, wlm
dlwlnlNoilh Hond, WmlnuGthvy, from
blood polionlng, took jilnru yuatordny
afturnoon. Tim romttlnn woro brought
up from North llund oil tho Illunco, and
tulion to tlui llnptlst church where fior
virOH woru piirforinud bv Kev, Thomas
Irvlno. Tho funeral wan comlueted un
der thu uiicpU'cH of tho A. O. U. V. ami
H. V, A. lodged. A lurgu immhor of
pople-camo up from ;Nnrth llund anil
tho finiurnl wau largely nttendud, attoit
iiU thu wfdu circle of frlouJu poetiessod
Prominent oUtciala this morning said
that as lona as tho Momoo doctrine is
respected, Germany and Gieat Uritaia
can rcuort to cxtrecno measures with
Ytint-rucla to collect their claims.
today says Count Muttornlch, limned
lately after a conference with Lord l5ue
donno yoterdoy, dispatched a Ions lulo
grain to hlo government on Venezuelan
""'" A ePcc,al 8r followed
by boat for tho coutiurnt topiKht.
Tho paper says that Great Uritaln and
Germany will act Jointly iu collecting
I lliolr claims from Venuzuola, aid adds
that It appears to bo tho hopo of General
Oistro that ho can successfully appoal
to tho United States against tho action
of tho two countries on the ground that
it would bo a violation of tho Monroo
doctrine, but tho government at Watdi
iiiRtou, though "fry tcnacioua under
that head, is not likely to bo prepared
under preont circumstances, to support
Venezuela, through thick and thin.
HIGH SCHOOL TEAM
Thanksgiving Football Game Shows
Superiority of the School
Tim football gomo on 'Jhank"j!lvlng
day, batwuun thn HUh Schonl and In
di'pHluliiiit tortiim, rosiilleil in n victory
for tho former by a Jivro of lOtoO. Jn
Hplto of bad weather, puvoral hundred
iiroplo attended tho imiuh wlilrh was nn
luterentiu); one, nolwithntaiKlinj? tho
onc-oidt'd 'COPt, Theru was (oino com
plaint of eluglug 011 tho part of tho In
ilopuudeuts, butitdjoH not appear that
thoy did any material dumngu to thoir
A. Campbell wan Itantitin of tho High
School toxin and Half Muttson of th
Indepeudonto. ThoolUcinlnof thogamn
worn .Ins. llutchodon, Umnlro; l. If,
MclCnight, rofeieo; J-W. Quiel:, tlmo
keonorj J, O, Langvvorthy and Hilly
thnftli, linomon. The line-up was aB
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Greatest Bunch of Glue
National Banks Must
Bpcelal to tho Mall.
. Washington, Nov. 20 Secretary
Rhaw's report shows tboro is more gold
In tho (reatury today tbnn it or any
other country of tho world over bad
before, as it contains C 10.009,000. Has;,
fia onco had ffiiW.OOO.OCO.
antiunion, rov. ra ilio Uomptrol
lor of Currency today Issued a call for a
report on tho condit'on of tho national
banks at tho cloio of business Nov. 25th.
Stage held up
Falling To Find Registered Pouch
Prthhftre- On'ne Thpnnrrb nnluor.
jrs- Goes Through
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Wcdnctday afternoon about 2 o'clock
the Myrtle l'oint-Itoeeburc slago bound
wcet, was hold up near Olalla and tho
paereiujura and driver relieved of what
valuables they had on thoir perron, con
slstlncol (7,&0incoin and a watch and
Yesterday morning the ata.e
left this place on time in charge of dri
ver H.iwycr with A. W. Perkins, n travel-
,ioiT man, as passenger. AH was well
and tho otago was makinc as good time
as tho roads would permit, until Olalla
was reached; after that the trouble bi
gau, which will undoubtedly maka Per
klna famous among tho kulghts of tho
grip, as wo undera'and bo is a romarkr
b!e ctory teller.
At tho htngo was crotbing a littlo bridgo
near tho Asor Ireland place about M-2
mileo tho other side of Olalla, a masked
man nteppoa out from bohind a clump
of hushes and loveling a iIetoI at tho
head of tho driver called to him to halt,
which ho did. Tho hands of Perkins
Inimediatoly lent skyward, bnt Sawyer
thinks ho rcrojjni.'.ed tho follow and bo
liovini; ho was being "Joshed" did not
rcsjvond to tho raisinu of hands order
but began to Iniinh. Tho robber ex
plained that ho meant bueince, and de
manded tho brrtfn locked mall pouch,
but as HAWjora-Js very doaf ho could
vor was ,
not umlointand, and Perkins was
upon to iutorprot, w hlch ho did i
uomiiliug vouie, At last Knw
auiu to uiuieraianil anil
hat thu rrgotoret pouch was not on
mil..h il.liillRtr.1 nn.l rnmnrt.,1 M,.f I,.. '
would tftko nnii t'olli.itn.i nnvwnv I
which Ijo proceed to do. Sawyora
donating hh watoliund chain and Pcr
klngR contributing fl.r0, after whicl tho
stago wai allowod to drlvo on and tho
uoiu lUviuwayman disappeared.
Iloth Porkino and Sawyor dencrlbo tho !
robbor as being a young man about 'JO I
years old, emoth shaved, blue oyos and
nrown nnir, woro uiiric. slouch 1
rown hair, woro dark, slouch hat imd
dark clothing, both agreo that ho carried
a pmtoi ami uoiiuve no was ; good hand
with that wcanon.
Rlinrlff Pmlt o.! ..n.ll J i
are at Olalla today invostigating the
holdup and it is bollovod that luvarrontj
. 1 . ;.i '. "I1 ...V1 1
will bo made, us thuro la a rumor that a
certain young man of that cdmraunity
la Busncoted and that tb6ro io ovideucn
of his guilt. '
Accuses Him of Offeris-
fidHAsks Uncle Sam
V x- r" in
'As- to Fire Him
Special to th Malt.
Sih Fronelco, Nov. 28 The Portland
Journal is preferring charRes with the
Department of Justice at Washington
iwdnst U. S. Marshal W. F, Jlathews,
of tjjq district of Oregon, because of of
ferilro partltinnehip. Ihe complainant
holds that hit OtTlrn of rhntrm.ln nf llm
JJipnbllcan State Comrnittea U contrary
k) Ibe order of Attorney General Knox.
Hal to tho Mali.
'juikesbarro, Nov. t-0-Tho United'
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Mjtp norkera are highly pleated at the
refnal of tlo operators to settle the
quKtion ol houro of labor outside of the
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LUMWHiiyii. iu,, ... wuluvu. iu;
Mi. TtieA'yzW.e InTcMiaxnnrd than Ia,.,
ptt cant inetcAse for a nine hour day.
' THE PIANO TUNER.
KXTkr H Loft In n llorrr After Fla
Inhltiar Ilia Job.
.'A lady stcppid Into a'plauo wrjrc
room recently to engage u tuner, but
before doing to insisted upon the stron-
Pl'ViiaiUiit MUU !. 0V UUUttUIUVU VU4j
the manager became curious to kuow
tho rcacou for her dlabcllef lu the re-
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perlence with tho last tuner she bad,
and Oils Is the Htory as she told It:
He had flnlehcd tuning the piano
when he looked up and said:
"Your Instrument was lu awful con-
dition. You ought to have sent for mo
VI t was tuned only three mouths
"Then tho man. who did It certaluly
didn't know hla business."
"No, ma'am. He had better be do
ing street cleaning tbau tuning plunos.
Why, my dear madam, a delicate In
strument like n plauo needs Angers
equally delicate to handle it, combined
with nn ear of unerring accuracy. The
Individual who attempted to tune this
lustrumrut last evidently possessed B
neither of these. In fact, I am free to iu
utiy he did It moi'c harm than gool." j
"Indeed ho did. 5Iay I ask who It
waH who so abused your Instrument''" xh
"It was youi-hulf." , fj
"Miuhim, you are wrong'. I never W
tuned a pluno In this house before." 1
"Probably not, but you tuned that' In- lij
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uiuuiuju xu-wJiJii-iCM, ur illUUVll UUIVII
of It In attempting to do to. It be-
or It In attempting to do to. It be-
long to Mm, .1 ones, who sont It hero
while alio Is out of town. Slio told mo
you always had tuned It and to send
for you when"
lint tho uuhnppy man lied with such P.
8bstlUtO for H O.U'd table.-Plllladel- K
Indigestion is not 11 disease In most :m
eases, hut merely an admonition. It j
means that tho individual ImH not yet ts
found, n diet suitable to the needs of "
hiu Kvtniu I u
Tfto dfews of Pnlestiua are cutlrely ( r.
that land from Kurope. Most of thtm ' j
loalc n corrupt form of the German
If you ever stop'a minute
A-toothiB of 'your horn.
Nut a fcrlttor In tho'.vlllnco
Kemerabers you wero born.
6ABLE GO' ...
No Obstacles to Constructlcn' of
Trans-Paclflc Cable to
Special to the Matt.
Washington, Nov. 25 Attorney Gen
eral Knox today informed the president
.r. luvciiwiu wiu ui uuicioi) 01 me
Faciflc Cable Co. Iinra ' agauul jio the
conditions kid down by tho government,
and that ncthicg remains in the way of
construction of tho cable from San
PEN, CHISEL AND BRUSH, j-molteu stream rushed forth with great-"
A. O. Ki-votinush, tho LouIhvIIIc (Ky.) force htt eeveral officiala 0! the com
cft'ia, win mint tho portraits o rjU the pany and vlsitora wore sUpdine near. " "
chief cxreutirro of bin tate. I j ,
lloy l-'nrrt'irurwiie of ArkanFna City,' GencraI Manager Edwards waa OTer
Mo I one of but few Aiuetjcnn pocta taken by the teething xnass'and cooked
who devote all their time to their art. 1
lie lu only twenty-eight years of age. I eatu tho remains of lila body being
Vrcderlck Wellington Ittickstubl has atill beneath tho pcol of irbn '
vi.Kn uinruiuiuu vnifi ui vuixiuirc Ol 1110 :
world's fair. He will have the active
direction of the modeling of nil cculp
turnl ofTectg nt tho exposition.
'Tbe ,alc Mnrk AntoUolakl, the fa-
l?J0a "uaslnii sculptor, was the con of
a poor Jew nt Wllua. where he was
born iu 1S40. His tlrst great rucccm
was ms ortrnlt iigure of Ivau the Ter
rible, which lu 1S72 created a riensatloub
JU St. rcterabUl
lu St. Petersburg Klmltar to that of the
rtMlbrtlfe battle SCCTHW 6t VcrC8ClSlH
JUUUirjcarg. --. c
CftAillatvl. ffu T1Tldti .iflltA. T.mm
bad more than tbe ubuu! share of tbcf
;v,.-...v, v w..oM nuwui, tu
world's good luck. Not only 1ms he re
ceived a magnificent proiwrty from bis
compatriots oh a national present ifti
recognition of bis genius, but ou that
property has been found a ferruginous'
spring for which n Arm In Warsaw basr, ouuu "cjw. tiiif III 'UCCIineS 1 0 in
already offered him nearly ?3,000. terfeVe In Behalf nf
"Confound iti" exclaimed the sallow 1
dyspeptic dn tbe fifth row. under hla
breatn. "weveovcruone imnvvum.
Tnfitpnil of merely coming out nua
bowliiR her thanks, sliee going to sing
aaIu."-CUcago -inounc. . 1
Child labor Is an undesirable "lufatd '
ludustrV Boston Herald. I
fl Ierar!abl? Sto of ' .
Boys IotipcS .
r. UHkWvnaW .
rtg as lor men's;
boyish grace with tho
Kl rim Kff Tar r. ..r 1 .1 r
M.V'f, ," Beautiful suits for
M 1 llKi
Mm 1 ,l
M "" ""' V, ncnuinui suua lor me uiuu -em
w,l" . Btrong sturdy suits for tho older boy
faHreaatod brck ThQ Uiq aovolA ,
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fa collection of boyo clothes that is not matched any
whcroThat no parontS'Of boys can afford to miss
sooing. : : ::::::
The- MothcsFrtcnt! shirt watst
The little suits, shoes, caps shirts
and neck ycar.
in a Stream pf Molt
r-11 .. iiin . .,
JT 1 V6 Men .Kf Il6U-"Uth'
wi.i,. ai. . om -i"
melting farnaco of tho Wdllameoa Iron '
Co. sprang a lek'z. this morning, when a '
Two firemen In tho foundry wore fa
tally burned. Secretary Simpson was
fipriously and probably fatally injured.
Ttcn vUunrm nrn n, ,M. . ...
. .-.. uuucu.
Two other visitors are aiiHing, and are
believed to be dead beneath the iron.
Mr. Kdwatds.waa ose e( tbe KHtwoa.
i jneai uob saw ia tM Noalit.' ."'v
r. . TTr 1 1 1 J-T-.- n-TT -,um0fVimtiMiltl, I.
tri- "nm-&-i... '?flWsFip
YOUNG GODFREY MUST
TAKE THE C6NSEQUENCES
o n;..i -1. n if ' .
"WJihinglon, Noy. 20 The state dc-
partm'ent ha3 waived all diplomatic. lm
muuity that would Intcrfefo with , the
courso of justlcMn the case of Godfrey
Hunter, son of tho American minister to
Guatamala, who killed Fitzgerald.
Tho Norfolk;, ir
fciutiny of fabrics
for boys cloth
styice tunt nave
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tho littlo 'ellow;
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