Weekly coast mail. (Marshfield, Coos County, Or.) 1902-1906, July 09, 1904, Image 4

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MARSHFIELD, OREGON
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GCi S? PCBUSSING CO., ,
P. C. LEVAR,
fitfflor and Manager.
G. W. WOODWARD, Foreman
DAILY: 3y taiHI, f aivarce ysymcat
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bt.ot. WSaa not V ": advance tke
pries s nw ptr nwus, 9uu
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EDITORIAL
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It bat tuti tome Utile time since tho j
!' v COAST KAIL fed; impaled to take a
shv at the ks eckti. It ha ceomed
U their r-nuctoas activity had some
what almi?d. )w $ernl instance
hive Un called to tfcu attention of
rfcla jmpisr latoly that would seam to
Indicate, that shay art not ll dl jot.
To the lmrttaifet him! iiwonrigbte
l::.oHtr. of etr, it i noJut to tlk :
t !ub Li :1m thins for him. Bnt hvxv
nrotiiOM wlio Irnocir tfumiAtlttly, or
t tb Tomlt of the imiiiftive pmyoa-i-ty:
tbos cl:oiiid I w'axKipi with bi
iuiy good citizen who cttcbos them j
t It.
Why hoo!d f-ty iei('tont of Maivh
flald hT h wont to wv- Rpiint the
icwii, (specially to h atritpr? How
tv vim aify dim denlMirntaiy niicaunige
' '' any out; wlio comas liere from tJic ont
ijrio witii n viw to oat-tiug hid lot hore
on Goo toyi
Kvry (UfeirsWe viriscn hcWIwI to the
jjopulatioii of oo- Bay holiw JJr.-.h-Uald,
whila ho ha every ra?o to
thauk hl4 lucky -wttrs that bo earn
liem What mor can oithw liarty luk?
Urshfluld i the beet town on th
v&m ooait. It always ".vill I if it
.liaeus rantaiu wide Mwake ami nrkt,
C-o oipeTtwiiie that iireeeuc thum-i
eelvee.
lluxvhflold'd ptxisierity tart ou Mil
id foundation. Her owth has 'x-va
steady and oominoooj for uealy half
u ceuhiry, Mod that v-ry conew-sntL-m
which fcometJiuws. jMtrhajw, preventi
Iter front gnupiiig a golden oftttrtuui
ty at other thaw iiteKTiitts Jwr from 1
u a hotuoiy bxyrutfeion biting oil
njoto than the enu chew.
' Whilnhidoo cot 0 nj like a rook'
et. waithur does the uouui down liko
. .:.!;, aui tiie man .in . .:ke Iris oil
ou Manhiield's Mo-dity and ii:innou
ruKd,ity will Hover :ic
In Hiiothex- colamn will U found h
eoiuwunioatioji from ouu of tho
COAST MAIL'S HdutiriiiK triund.
WJiilu wo nrt iwtuewhat diflldunt nUiut
)ublfcsiny his, as wit woiUd rftlior
drop nil controvomy M-itli mr mieiuud
cdnt6niio:ary down tho.'ly, we havo
concludod to j,'ivo it sjmco.Hnd will wy
thtit wo nro Kind to locoivo hiich ox
prorisiona of upjirvcintiou.
Ilackoil h- ntlioril.
A curtnln mllroiid, uccordln? to tlw
Boston Trunscrlpt, linn set Its face
agnln.se tho fm ims evil and Jims re
borted lo t5'rlpturt to ninkc iunlii Its
position. It Iiuh iiostwl In the two or
three passenKer cars that coinprlbo U
equipment tho followliiK notice:
This means you!
Thou Hluilt not inss. Numbers xx, 18.
None shall ever pass. IaaluintxtlY, 10.
Suffer not a man to jmss. Juutfea 111. 9.
The wicked ehall no moro iuuC NnHum
This generation shall not pasa.-Jftirk
Though they roar; yet they cannot pue.
i .Tftnlah V, 22.
aVbevaid tho far and went Jonah I, 3
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The College Man
. In American
Uy DAVID STARR JORDAN. IT "jj "? 3)
i'rot.Unt Leland Stcnfonlt Jr.. ILi Jl JL. tw
Uniwreity
J TAD occnslon not long ngi to wiy that tho i'utnro of
ouv coit'litry lie in tho haiuld of throo olnssos of num
young men. sttvnnou.s men and collect? inon. Thtwo
contitnto our ttit, our second and our third estate,
us they T?wl to sny in i'ranco, hut with this ditferonco,
which is all tho diiTcrcucO in tho world, that AJJ.
Jw iT fljl
TJIKKE F01JM HIT OXK CLASS. The futuro of America lies
in the haniL? of her yotmjr, stronj; collego uu'it. It litw in tho hands
of her young men beeaut-e thy are inciial6f tho future, .bccniMo they
can do thing, In'oauw the light of tho i4tv century if hf thuir eye,
boc.iUbe tlie aspirations of the new contmy till their hearts, became
TJ1K WLKDS OF FIiKKDOM wore blowing whero thny wore horn
and reaivd. i i
Ho is the loader who can forecast Uj,, future and is ;iot afraid
to trust it, who undortnnd-. men and '.i .bring out tho best they
have in them, who can make his country respected because ho can
help to hold hor just and true and thus worthy of respect, who can
stand with the party if need be. but who can in equal, need 1'OltCK
THE PAKTV TO STAND WITH HIM. It i ono hope of
democracy that a man's inlluence is not bhowu by the office ho holds,
but by the .ervico he renders. If tho service bo moral and intellec
tual, so much more does) it count.
ft K H
KecauBO men nro young and strong they will bo wanted for tho
lifo of action. Because they have been trained in mind, and in morals,
because they havo the scholar' horizon, Wauso abovo all they havo
u senso of solidarity, bccAtuo, in short, ihey are oollogq men, thoy
will find thomsolves devoted to tho nobloet f misoionary work T1LK
SERVICE OF A HIEE PEOPLE.
In considering tho futuro of our country, hor power to weather
storms or to solvo problems, her ability to cut the CJordian knots of
tajigling tyrannic, wo cannot lay too much s-tro-w ou tho part tho
collgfmiiii shall take. HE IS EVEKYWIIFUE. Jle is self con
fident, resoluto, kindly, joyous, tremendous ami irresistible. When
need arises, he and hi kind will aland together. Thcro is a free
masonry among thorn beyond any grip or :iun or magic password.
They know how to holp oaeh oilier out, and they will do it. In faco
' of tho careless, jesting enrnostnes, the terrible, jovial conscientious
ness of tho college man, tyranny and superstition cannot stand.
THESE HAVE TIIKIU Vor.DATIO.S l.V IC.XOKArCE
A2CD DlTLLXESS. The man wlio knows and is not afraid to do,
with the free holp of hundreds of his own kind, will provail against
disorganirx'd stupidity.
The college is no longer an nz-cotic nteort, a dim coll where inon
piny with thoir highor feelings lxjcauo thoro aro no other toys within
thoir roach.
. IT IS A LITTLE WORLD IN ITSELF, A WORLD OF OPEN AIR,
WITH A LITTLE OF ALL THE GREAT WORLD HAS TO OFFER
THE SAME REWARDS, THE SAME PUNISHMENTS, VITH A FEEL.
ING OF DROTHERHOOD, OF LOYALTY, OF TEAM SERVICE- WHICH
SHALL BE AS POWERFUL IN
SMALL.
.KHz
The
Dy llev. Dr. R. .
MAC ARTHUR
Of New YorK
fflW $X thirty-four veara
been marked, irueh more pronduc-uco is now given
to tho HUMAN ITAKI AX aido o church life. Wo
today are showing our lovo for God by allowing our
love for our follow man as novor leforo in Christiau
hUtory.
The pulpit did not touch groat living quoatioini when I camo to
New York; perhaps beforo tho war, when blavory wa tho burning
question, it may have donoso, but in tho first years of my pawtoruto
if a minister of tho city tme1lpd"upon or diaii."scd any nhwrbing
topic TIE WAS CHAllAf'TEiUZElJ AS A KEXSATIOXALIST,
A FANATIC Wo now see that tho pulpit cannot bo loyal to God
except it lifts up its voice in opposition to municipal critno and in
favor of rightful living. Wo now heo that patriotism and roligiou
OANXOT BE SEPARATED. A man in tho pulpit must not forgot
his duties to tho stato. Tho ballot box is as sacred in ita placo aa is
tho communion tablo in its placo. Truo religion and gonuluo pa
triotism cannot bt? ill vorccd.
I do not find occafiion for tho pessimism.1 regarding churches ha
which Botno mon indulge To mJ.tho 1biItlook WAS NEVER
BRIGHTER than it is at'thL? momfcnl. Vastly moro monoy ia given
for all benevolent, oduca'tionnrand philanthropic objecta tlinn tliirty
four velars ago. l ie not truo that t'.to rich aro growing rlchov and
tho poor poorer in tlie penso tliat tho increasing woalth of tho rich
produces increasing poverty among tiio poor.' I 'do not find thai
there is An estrangement botween workinrmon and thp chuwh aj
TT
o
THE GREAT WORLD AS IN THE
Q
World
Is Growing
Better
&
tho changes in church work havo
noino nilinn. . . ' : , ...
1 do not .find tho disregard of Sunday In Now York now any
router than It was thirty-four year ago, When L lake into account
tho cosmopolitan population of tho city 1 A"M ASTOUNDED
THAT SUNDAY IS GENERA I.I.Y OllSEKVED. I do not
find any decadonco in tho churches, faking a broild view of.lhoir
work into account. Some men who were mighty in tho pulpit a gen
eration ago havo not been succeeded liy their poors as trenchers, but
the churches havo adopted now methods, of activity and aro doing
more PRACTICAL religious work than they did when these mighty
men were in the pulpit. " ,
I DO NOT FIND THAT THE PROPORTION OF MEN IN CHURCH
CONGREGATIONS 13 SMALLER THAN WHEN I BEGAN MY MINIS
TRY. IN MANY OF MY OWN CONGREGATIONS THG NUMDEn OP
MEN 10 GREATER THAN WOMEN. '
I will not deny that in thirty-four years I havo scon groat
changes in theological thought, but nil these changxw aro in the iutor
est of a nobler conception of God and of A NOBLER AND
DIVINER IICMANITV. j g.. out into my thirty-fifth year with
unquestioning faith in God, in tho liiblo rightly interpreted and in
tho church as God's best representative in tho world 1 expect to woo
greater icteric for rvuth and Gml in tho near future than in the
puAU THE WHOLE WORLD WA9 NEVER BO GOOD.
QiU of the war between Ru-iu and Japan, hnwrrver ?t may end, will
come a new, Ru-sia, it dwpiwitinn largely overthrown! and a fuller
liberty aurod. There will cm e li till moro energetic and superb
Tapnn.
Japanese Successes Furnish No
Argument For Torpedo Boats
Dy Admiral blr CYPRIAN nRIDCI'. Ilrithli Navy
r yT
SEE no new 1csmu ''roiu torpedo boats in tho prosont
war in the east. Aly view is there is only ono way to
defend voitraolf effectively aitiiintt tinndo attack and
A'aW. V 1
ggg) that is "to ASSUME
It you go limiting
will have quite enough to occupy tliout in looking out for thomaalvoa.
Tho essence of a torjKHlo lKot is attack by surprise, to got in unol
served, launch a torpedo and get nwny. If yoi simply remain quiot
and trust in an obstruction which you put around you, mi active,
vigorous assailant is bound to find a soft place in it.
I do not regard the sttbmarino ns progress. In my mind it is a
somewhat HAXDICAITKD TORPEDO HO AT. As I said, a tor
pedo boat depends on suddenness, and it nlo dcHnU on invisibility,
by which suddenness of attack is aided. If it can loavo it base, roach
its objective, deliver its attack and get nearly Imck to its Iaumi boforo
daylight it htw a very grent prospect of uacaping with impunity. To
do this it is obvious that IT MUST HAVE IHOll
SPEED. Tho submarine leotno inrisiblu only
when near tho object of attack. It ia then more
completely invisiblo than tho ordinary torpedo bout,
but it has to pay what I regard as the very hir;li
price of relatively extreme sluwiuss in movement.
1 don't think a submarine has been couslructad, or
is Iikolv to he, that can cover moro than nine or ten
kiiots por hour. Therefore tho apparent advnntap" o" TEMPO
RARY INVISIBILITY i neutralixed.by lack r.f hra-ed.
QATTLESHIPS, VHEN VHRY l.ARGE ARC INEFFECTIVE. THE
MODERN BATTLESHIP 18 A FORTRI5 ArLOAT, AND THE LAND
IS THE PLACE FOR A F0RTRI38. TO MY MIND IT IS INADVISABLE
TO BUILD DATTLE8HIP8 LARCtiFl THAN THE KEARSARGE AND
KENTUCKY, AND EVEN THEY ARE A BIT LARGE.
I do not hesitate to say that tho sanitary arraugomonta iii tho lat
est typo of British battlchiHi aro disgusting. On tho Kentucky it is
as if one wore in a private hoitso. On tho Glory, which is a fairly
now vessel, there isn't a Miiftlo bath, oxcept ono plncod way down in
a dark hold, whore tho middies bathe. I should say, in respect to her
insido fittings, tho Keutucl.v U X HUNDRED YEARS IN 'A.D
VANCE OF ANY OF OUR WARSH1TS.
Women Make the
ny MELVILLE I!. STONL, Cciuril Muutfer AiocUteU Pro
HE two greateat powers of civilij'.ation are tho pnuw and
mm-
women. This is
something to do
feel tho deep sense
ll "P4
DO YOU NOT KNOW THAT NOT ONE LINE OF SCANDAL
WOULD APPEAR IN AN AMERICAN NEWSPAPER IF NOT READ
AND DEMANDED BY WOMEN7.
Lot mo toll you that tho scandal papors of tho country aro sup
ported by women. No largo metropolitan newspaper can live UN
LESS JT.ajKETS THE DEMANDS OF WOMEN, If you givo
it fair thmght you will agree with mo. Tho things wo Inveigh against
Most are written for women and not men.
IF THE FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S' CLUD3 WILL UET IT8 FACE
A8 ONE AGAIN3T THE SCANDAL NEWSPAPERS, THE YELLOW
JOURNAL8, IT CAN END THAT CURSE TO AMERICAN NEW8PAPF.RG.
" cut m'n iiiiiuiMirdiiifiit. hours looklfiK af thorn. At each uun-
A lady who was in Port Arthur dur- shot tho cats mcliud their hnclcH anil
tag the bombardments by Admiral Tin stiffened their Icuh and hccmod both
Ko'h licet thus describes tho curious tcrrlllcd and fuiloiiH, Then whim a
effect produced on cats by tho can-' hissing shell arrived It khvo tho iiIkiiiiI
iionado: "1 was nt my window durlriK ff frightful buttlo. They JuinptM
each bombardment by tho Japs, but at oaeh other, raging llko tigers, and
only through tho day, becaiiwi t night w-i'iacd to hold each other responsible
I did not dare Htlr out of bed. In 'or what waa talUng place. The effect
front of mo thcro was a llttlo roof ttm was so comical that wo could not help
which llvo or six cats of tho neighbor- laughing, although thu occasion did
hood collected. Kach time -thcroAvna.- not Inspire gufcHy. After having
u iKimbarduiont tho cuts duly arrived, fought, tho cat. retired for awhile, as
and, having observed thorn, I oa Uio though bewlblere!, but au noon as the
ittcood occoslon proceeded to wntch bombardinont began again they went
i)lMS. with, nu'ifcuylly -wo mmaftd Uw , thvouiili tho eanw bolji, . Ducb thno
A VIGOROUS OEEENSI VE.
a squadron of torpedo boatifc thoy
Ukdfo
Newspapers "Yellow
f
not an idle eomplimouL, as, having
with newspiqH'rs of the country, 1
of roapon ibility rchting upon mo.
II wan always the hiuiio."
Left on thi CoIiIiIit'n IIiiikIk.
I'nlatlnit to a row or dusty hIiock ou
a Nlii'ir, the eiiHlniner nulled the cnt
bier; "Mow In the world dtd'nit collect
(ill (linxo nImuvT Do you mean tn iuiy,
Unit piMiple leave tl(ilr hoea for re
pulr and then never eoniehfter them'"
".IukI that," repllel the cobbler,
"Hornet lines after ihey have left their
nIiocm they come tn the concliiHlnn that
tln',M Hither xpciid a little more money
Mid Ret a new pair onlrluht. Then
tiwiln If Ihey have a lot or nltoes thoy
don't nil lie pair they've left In here,
iliul they foriiet nil iilioiu lliem. It's
rti'iiernlly men who do that ttort of
(IiIiik. though. A woman iinuim to ho
more provident,
"No; the worl( on lliem lx (lot u dend
Ionm to mo, for after Keeplm; them a
yrnr I Kennnilly offer them lor nolo at
n price In iidvam-e of the value of my
work oil them. HnmctlincH I reap unite
a little money from my Hide of dexerted
hoc, and many a poor pertton 'Ih n,
mIIcK kIio.i for uboiit if third Iihh than
Its Vnrth.HNt,w Ytn It Picmm,
V Omul SniMiirlliio.
A southern writer (ells this Mory of
a negro preacher's veraloii f tho para
ble of the (mod HMimirltan; Then' was
a trnxcler on a lonely luinl, said tho
preacher, who wits not upon by thieves,
rwhlH'd and left wounded and hdphm
by tho wayside. As he lay theie vari
ous persons piiHoed him, hut none of
, fern I to assist him. Presently, how
eer. n (siur Sniiuirllan came by and,
lokliiK pity on the voiiihIc1 iiiiiu's
plight, helped htm oil bin mule and
1 took him to an Inn, -where he ordered
I food ami drink and rnlmeut for the
i inini, illNcttiiK the Imike.tH-r to svad
the hill to him "AimI dts hiii a tniu
lnry. Irethren, iimelmhtl the pronch
er, "for de Inn ant stHiidlu' dere yet,
iiimI In d do'wny nio stuudln' de skel'
i (.Ml oti de lunkeejtvr. waltlll' fer do
, ksh! Hn nut rl tno to come bm'k an' pay
do WII.M-llaiK.r,s W.tly.
I ,... .1 i , I.
l,n- Aoiooa lli Hilili-r.
I "A mfclJr,s le for nr children Is
j pretty slnnia." said a blolualst. "IVikt
i her cblhln-n away froui lu r and alio
will remember tliora for twty-four
hoMra."
"Mow do you know)"
"I latve often uindi' the -XKtrttuunt.
Alwnys. nl th end of imi, twelva,
twenty Imiuim, a spider luolhor web
tyimes Imek the yoiimi tlmt you laive
ieiMir.d from her. Afler a full day
has m.i"il, thoiiuh. she fowls. lCeeji
her little ones away from her a full
day and they ate strnnmrs to hor ou
their return. Hue la llalilt to eat tlniin.
"Her inailtol Is struiiftiH than bur
oatirnutl love. Take her UuebaiHl from
h-r snd she will iiitsmn him faithfully
for a doy hihI a half."
I rllllfll I lir0.
I When one Ule- : ii a wrsoiitil
tlnvk to wy a note due at some other
louk. It may lw iMvssrjr i at tho
!:,. k ifrtltlwl. Thla la done by nu
' -inkier of the 14 ilk, who slumps acntss
il e fare of th" chirk Ihe winl "tVrtl-
j awl" 4or "lSal wImii proHrly Indors-
' .(" uiidfr hla name. Hunk will usiinl
l rtlfy un rloi-k drawn upon them
If the detMNiltor has the amount In the
Imnk. as the check Is liiiinllatoly
chnruiil mmlnst the nctiuiil when eel-,
tltiisl. A chit-k -crtlrtisl nisi nut ui.l
shoukl be depiHlloil. lest one's HCCotlllt
Utf ovwuliiiwn. Xv Idea Maaaalna.
Tim ICori'riii,
'1'lie Korean Is oiiinlvoroiis. Illrds of
thtf air, blasts of the Held and Itah
from the seu- nothlna eoms nnikw to
, Ids palate, ling meat Is In aM-at re.
pleat at lertnln snisons, hhi and beef
wlh the hltarl tmdrnluud fhiiu thu
cares mi. fowls and naine, bin Is eookml
, with lh llahta. KlbletH, head ami' claws
j Intact, fish sun dried and liluhly nod-
Utlorotls- all HIV neeeptuble lo hllll.
.Uyrrli.
j When the myrrh first xinlt from
tint triH It la of yellowish, whitish,
', buttery consistency thai gradually
hanleiis uml assumes n relillsli, suiul-
, trHinfpmont color. It Is useil princi
pally ns one of the components of In
n'U. uml the best ipiallty of It coiuus
. f.xjiu the .Somali country and lower
' Abyssinia, near llarrnr.
i l'Mleiiee.
Patlenco Is tho most Important factor
j hi imildug a riicchs of life. No groat
work whs ever leeoinpllshed without
a wholiMome aiiiouut of this attribute
practiced by the neblever.
All lTi.(TII Tllle. .
"In many cases," says Kir John l,uh
hock, "religious differences are mainly
verbal, There Is an eastern tale of
four men an Arab, n Persian, a Turk
mid a (Ireek-who agreed to club to
gether for mi evening meal, hut when
they had done so they quarreled as to
. what It should be. The 'I'm k proposed
i ii'.um, tho Arab illicit, the Persian nu-
! glnir, while the (Srci.lc Insisted ou sta-
phyllou. While they were disputing
i "lluforo their eycii illil ianii,
f Lifoloa with rrapoo, u niinloiiur'H (ihh,
j Kihuiik to lili fci't enrli imili anil uliowcil,
Willi oiiKi-r luiini, tlmt iurilu load.
'Him iiisum,' Mild that Turk. 'Anil boo
AtiKlmr,' the I'urwlun, 'What sboulil be
Hotter?' 'Nay. ancli, itnnli 'tlu,' l
Thu Arph cried, The (ironic until, 'ThtH
Is my miiiihyllim.' Then they tioiiKht
Tliulr Kin Pus lu iicjirc,
llvnce, bg yu tuuidit."
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