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About Weekly coast mail. (Marshfield, Coos County, Or.) 1902-1906 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1903)
Ht. Louis, April 1 Judgo Adams, In
tho United States circuit court this
morning granted dm application of tlio
Wabash Railway trainmen for n dlr
rolu'.lon of Win temporary older, honed
recently prevenllnc thfin fiom calling a
.'IiiJIr.nnpollu. April 1 Mitchell la
Jibiinnt over the Adams dccUlon. Flo
says it iaunoof tho grontcit, If not the
gruatcit victory over fought out In tlio
courts. It eatiiblinhei tlio right of un
ionism mid la n blow t Injunctions, nnd
it distinct triumph for labor.
Anniversary of Eight
Terro Htuito, Intl., April I Tlio thou.
Mini n.hiore, who quit work last night,
pending a rottlomcnt of tlio wagon scale,
today arc colubinting tho nnnivorsnry
of tho eight hour dny granted fouryonifi
ago, Tho joint conference with Mlt
choli takos plnco tonight.
Gpoclal to the M4tf.
I'ortland, April 2 Onrponloro aro
quitting work, btcnueo of ho refusal of
contractors to pay f.'I.BO por dny, na do
ninnded by tho union, Twolvo hundrod
nam aro Involved.
COMES TO ;
. London, April 2 -Tho London Omni
bus Gompnuy, today, forwarded tho con
tnvPta for the, flow lino of njotpr ojpnl
htysos ty an American flrin'Bush & Co,,
of. Chicago, in competition wfth Froricb
bidders? ..-' ..- '
Three Hundred Thou
Pittsbur?, April I Today on agree
ment providing for nu ndvanco of wagofl
to thohltuminouaooiU minora of I'onn
rylvanlu, Ohio, Iudlann nnd Illinois
goes into offrct, .Everyman about tho
mines will get au'lncroass of 10 percent
nnd aomc 20 percent, 3 ho chance will
effect nonrlv 300,000 ir.on.
AfterEleven Ro undsof.
Usual Cry of Robbery
' by Losers
Hnn Franclrco. April I Young Cor
bolt ramalus tho foathor-weight cham
pion of tho world. 'Ho knockod out
Terry Mcllovern of IJrooklyn, last nipht
of turn furioua battle in tlio II round,
Mcfiovorn and his backora Bay ho waa
on hia foot lu-foro tho timckeopor hod
countcdlO,nnd tho decision a la robbery.
Corbott'a friends deny this, nnd ray
oTon Kit woro so.McGovorn waa na near
ly out that another blow would havo
Bituminous Miners to
Indianapolis, April 2 FrcBldpnt Mit
chell this morning Fays ho ja not at
liberty to.toll tho result of tho confor
onco with, the bituminous opornl6ra last
night. IloJeola confident thnt iho' 10,-
000 mon now out in tho Indiana fields
will bo working tomorrow, under satis
W. D. AVlleon, brothenof Mrs. F, M.
Frlodborg, wae badly burned by tho
burningof au oil tank wheroho was nt
frork in Oakland Cnl., recently
MARSHFIELD, COOS COUNTY, OREGON April
In Marion County P.r-h
fialtm, April 1 Tho Republican
primaries woro held in Marlon county
Tuesday to select delegates to tho conn
ty convention. Nearly all precincts
fleeted Gatch sinter,
Yamhill county has gong antl-ljcr-
Proves Herself Good in
fl largo', April 1 Late this afternoon
Shamrcck I and 111 took a spin on tho
A strong wind and rising sea proved
tho now challenger to bo as good in
heavy woathor ns in n light hrocro. Sho
beat the old boat by a mile.
Throughout- the Mid
Chicago, April 3 A snowstorm of un
usual eovorlty is raging in tho middlo
states, accompanied by n decided drop
la tempornturo. For sovorol hours tho
city was ontiroly cut off from communi
cation with tho outeido world. The
railways aro badly crlpplod.
Kansas City. April 3 Two inches of
enow fell horo this morning, followed by
a downpour ot rain, Tho mercury (oil
40 degrees in 12 hours.
Ban Francisco April 3 Tho Eastro-
ports a rogular bllmrd, Telograpti
eervico is sadly intorforrcd with and
communication with tho East is almost
In our report yosterday ot tbo oper
ation porformod tt panned Barker for
appepdicltls; w q , ihndvor tently omlttod
'the natno of Dn Miujjuo, who assisted
in tho operation,
Shamrock III Has Her
Cilnsgow, April 2 Tho final trial ot
Shamrock III against Shamrock I on
tho Clyde today again demonstrated
tho marked superiority.of tho now chal
lenger. Sho boat the older boat handily
in windward work, proving exceptional
sailing qualities over any challenger
I Running beforo tho wind tho chal
lenger gavel tho Shamrock I a long load
then took in sail, nnd closed up tho
wnko in n surprising manner. Sho de
parte tomorrow for trial races In couth
ern waters. Yachtsmen oro now en
thusiastic in the belief that tho will win
4; it- - -
Now York, April 3 Miss Nora Islollu,
daughter ot C. Oliver leolin, It has been
decided will chriBten tho new cup Dc
feeder Kellnnce. Mre. Isolin christened
tho Defender and tho Columbia, and
now Miss Islclin will name and wish
tho greatest succces to tho Reliance,
which will be launched Saturday, April
Snlom, April 3 Tho Washington coun-
ty delegation ia nuti-Ucrmnnn to n man
and will vote for any ono to defeat Her
mann. This may bo Yftwtor, Harris,
Kolly, Gatch or Eddy. It was the sonso
of tho convention thnt Oregon ennnot
antagonizo 'tho KoobovoU administra
Tho Ropubliunn county convontion of
Liuu county mot at the court houso in
Albauy Thursday nnd clectod delegites
to tho Republican congressional convon
tion. Tho delegation waa instructed to
uao ovary honorablo moans to secure, tho
congressional nomination of Hon. Peroy
R. Kelly, of Albany, tho unanimous
choico of Linn county Republicans.
Lincoln county primaries woro hold
Thursday, Hermann will havo a solid
1 ' i''
I , tfliuu WUUili WUUIUUKV4 i.mw
nionlcus.and namdd a Gatch delegation
Reiterates Charges of
ad . Faith
Portland, April 2-Formor United
States Senator Simon agnln nttack
President Koosovett, charging bad faith,
and violation of pledges. IIo Bare tho
President has been doing small politics
and is now tryinjr to rqnlrm ont of a
Senator Fulton, who is in L'nkar City,
epoaklng on tho subject last night, said:
"Whoa the Oregon delegation agreed
to recomtnpnd Mr. Dresser for register
of tho Oregon City Innd oiGco, we were
not aware of tho fnct that Pretidont
Ivoosovolt had some tlmo previona prom
ised tho place to Senator Simon's friend,
Steel. Tho Presidonlitold of 'the .p'rbm-
''11 5' ' "' "
hoio oenaior sisausuu ora -leucr nc
had written. Wo woie also awaro of tho
fact that Mr. Simon had refused to ac-
cept tho appointment for Steel unless
his name should be scut in at tho ssmo
time as Bybco's. '
''o told tho President wo had Jnoth
ing against Steele, but having agreed on
Dressor, weuld not withdraw cur sup-
port. Tho President alio understood
that, under tho circumstances, Stcol
could not bo confirmed."
"If Dresser has not already been ap
pointed, it is practically certain that he
iN buying shoes DON'T
$4.00 elioo at a store where Hi to ?8 shoes nre sold you co
got plucked nearly ovory tlmo. : i : :
Satisfactory shoes for Winter shoos that please tho
pcoplo shoes in which tho shapa will hold won't
"squash" out, or sag in tho Bhank, or got shabby-looking
in a llttlo while. ::,::::: : : :
Shoes that hold out becauso they're rightly nuilt not a ekimp any-.
whero,.insidoorout THAT'G tho Walk-Over Shoo. : ; :
Must bo right or wrong no. middlo ground or we
couldn't everlastingly preach Monoy-Back Shoos ;iood
wear or n new pair. : : : :!:
Why pay 5 and $G for let-well-onough-alouo shoes
Tom, Dick and Harry makes that havo been foictol on a
long suffering public with Ecarcoly a
nor in shape for tho hist ten years.
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A uxa am
Saw Roosevelt off
Berlin, April 3 The hndirg papers
this morning bitterly attack Minister
Sternberg becauso he accompanied
Prciident Roosevelt to tho train when
tbe latter started on his western trip. -'
Thiy accuse him of servility, and say
Germany Jb mado ridiculous by truck
ling to America.
Washington, April 3 Gcnerah sur-'
priso has been aroused by the criticism
of Minister Sternberg because he was
tho only foreign representative to bid
Roosevelt good bye. -
There were many Similar Drecedan'ts
iccJI are that 6Urbo'rir and' RooseVdt
aro eld fricnlls. Tho former acked Eec-'
retary Hay "f it would bo improper for
I him to go to tho depot, and Hay cor
ldially invited Sternberg the:c, unoffici
ally, merely ax a friend of the Presi
dent and himself.
itcmorc tte fences.
In almost every state In tho Union
nnd In almost every town nnd- vl!lnj,'6
thero nre lnws nnd ordinances to pre
vent llvo stock from runulng nt large:
This belns the case, thero Is no excuso
for maintaining fences ou n resident
street What Is saved lu their first coat
nnd yearly repair can be spent on
lawns nnd flower beds to the great im
provement of the property.
get plucked. If you buy a $3. DO or
cbango In quality J y i
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