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BANDON, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, TOH'3
MOST"' EXCITING- PART.. OF THE GREAT' GAME OF LIFE
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Incorporate With Capital
Stock of Ten Thou-,
sand Dollars .
Willi BE 0F OKGBElE
Lodge is Considering Several
Proposed Sites Now. Bi
' vecfJotfs Elected1.'
Al a meeting of ' the Bandon
Leslie Loyal Order ol Moose Build
ing Associ&jion last Monday night
the incorporation of the, nsssoci;uion
with a capital stock ot 10,000 was
completed Over half of the stock
has 1)en subscribed and the rest is
coming in rapidly.
Offers of several building sites
havehauu made to the committee
and are under consideration and the
association hopes to begin building
' early in the spring.
Besides completing the incorpor
ation Monday night the. following
Imard ol directurs was elected; D.
W. Averjli. N J. JCmin, J..T. Sulli
van, D. MacKintosh, Clarence Ed
munds, W. A. Le Gore and L A.
Th- plan nou' is to construct a
ewverete building.fioxioQ feet, with
a salt water swimming pool iu the
houttintent, and the upper stories ol
the building will be used !or fqtlge
cUih rooms and an up-to-date hall
mik all modern conveniences. . The
'Itcmta will l fixed for dancing and
; canvas spread over them when if ot
m use for such purposes.
The regular meeting of the Moose
foodie wan held last night and aftrr
tile meeting a number of the "lady
blends of the members came in jind
pnjaved a social evening. Aijt ex
cellent program consisting of read
ings by Mesdames M.icKintosli and
Avorill, solos by Miss Fox' and D.
MacKintosh and music by the man-
tlolin club was carried out after
wfiich the entire company repaired
to the dining hall wheie refreshments
were served. .
The matter ol organizing a ladies
auxillirry was .ilso discussed and a
paper was signed by neatly all the
ladift present, and theie is 110 tHiubt
that in the near futo?e a ladies auxil
hary will be, organized.
Pendletorj Rcyiftd-Ujf. '
Of all the 'Wild Wijst shows
ever stage?! at . I'endl ton,
Oregon, the Kound-Up of Sept
1913 has been conceded by all news-
paper njen and c?itics who saw the
show to be the best performance
they have ever st?n. Tbe mntiw
pictuies of this great cveyt portray
every number oil, the program from
the big paiade thiosigh Pendleton to
the final bucking contests deciding
the championship rider in the world.
The pictures are just out, only
three weeks old and in perlect' con
dition. This attraction wjll be ex
hibited at the Grand Theatre Sun
day afternoon and evening 2:00 to
5:00, 6,30 to 11:00 p. 111.
Special arrangements have been
made with the Grand orchestra to
furnish music both afternoon and
evening. This is going to be one
big sow and you should certainly
not nss it up. Admission 25c chil
dren Jc. At the Grand, the house
that shows the big features,
Petitions fo Ccwj:n (JBotdflO
The, Coos County Good Roads
Association lias filed die petitions.to
tlit- Coos county com P. askintr that
a special election be colled in the
. ' " ... ...
ie-jr iimirc 10 voie on a 11400,11011
bond issue to build good roa$i. No
date is specified in the petitions and
tlvt! Courl will determine tla date at
their, meeting tomorrow. Kj:Lat,ive
to rumors about the, $r.o,oiK,beirig
apportioned by agreement Jr 'peti
tion to certain districls-or stretches
of road, the county court-states that
it cannot be done The money will
have to he divided as the statute
CiCy Recoffdcsr Leataf? litdidi-
Tin.' Coos comity graiyl jury is
convened in special .session at C'o
(liille to -begin an investigation ol
the mystericnis- disappearance of
$3,085 of the liastside city hunfs and
gf tlte gambling 3111! rt'sort connect
ions with it. Judge Cotte announ
ced th'at this would be all that
would be taken up except any
emergency case that might come op,
tlwj routine proceedings ouig over
until the ugular December term.
Koreinan G?o. D. 'Mandigo ot
North Hend and O, P, Wils'rfn of
Sumner are the only members of
tlie,giand jury from the, Co4s Hay
skle, the others being from the Co
quille valley. The grand 'jury, is
composed of S. C. Johnson, Geo!
D. Mandigo, II. Vtf. unbani, j!
L. Crosby, O. N. Wilson, J. K. De.
vault and C. ttose. '
Sam Johnson leturnod this morn
ing from Coquille here hu has been
on 'he special session, of the Grand
Jury to probe the'Eastside case. He
siys the Grand Jury brought in an
indictment of Qry Recorder Leaton
lor appiopri.Uing'ftj, 100 ol liastside
city money and agaiiwp two others
lor gambling, The men had not
been tak'en . into custody yet last
Abmg fire fliafffJMrji.
.The Fifield aill orrive from S.-ftl
Francisco tomotfoo and tlte Speed
well will arriv Sunday.
The Elizabeth sailed Juesdy
evejiing witfl 2, 000 feet of lunibVr,
23 tons ot miscellauo)us Height and
39 passenger.as follows: J. ftl, tU'ag
nerwife and .two chiklren, O. G.
rShaw, Wm.'l'eiper, L, Tr.iver,
N. H, Dalney, I.. E. Wyas, JL,. B.
.Still, J. II. Swanson, Charts Mryj
row, R. J. Swanson, P. ffloberlhner,
Bil,lPols, 1 B. Sioi'Jin, Win. Lyvch'
Geo. Lyvch, M. pillane, Ir. Roth,
J. Tillman, Harry Andrews. J. J
Adams, J. Haggard, Carl. F.C)ble
dese. Geo.Moore, R, ft. Hartman,
R. Tricfc. . n
TUB Brooklyn nrrivcl in port this
morning inom Chetco andvU 0 sail
QgaintJomori'ow for the same port.
The Tillamook arrived in port
Tuesday with i.jfi tons ol freight
and will sail today with 711 ties five
tons of miscellaneous freight.
(Soap. LackflSuperintenrJent of
' Goo. W. Itfoore Mill Falla
From Timber Slip
Geo. Locke, superintendent of
the Geo. VV. Moore mill, slipped
and fell from the timber slip yes'ter-
flay mornin'ff, to the dock below, a
distance of tun or fifteen feet and
was badly hfuisetj .up, having his
collar bone and tour ribs broken,
and beinxhurt about the lungs The
shock was a severe one but il no
other.cmp1icatioiis set in he 'will
probably get along all right.
Mr. Locke was brought to Ban
don Hospital where his fractures
were reduced and . he is receiving
medical tre.itinent'from Dr. Houston.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Paul! have a
fine 10 pqtind baby boy born Nov
BRIEF OREGON NEWS'
Portland, 'Or., Nov. ., 1913 (Se-j
cial) -Oiegon. leads, the world ifi
dry. farming products. One man,
Tillman Reuler,.ol Madras, with an
exhibit the stagiiig of which cost
hilt $750, weht to the Dry Farming
Congress at Tulsa, Okl.ilioma, a fid
absolutely, on the quality of the
grains, grasses, vegetables ind fufits
jn'oduced by dry iarming methods of
Oregon, he won the grand sweep
staked prize over Canada's 50,000
exhibit, ovw Sout America, Anstra
l'a and evejy other state, in the
union. The Great Norttlbm and
Northern-Pacific railways each con.
1 1 United 250 towards the expenses
or the exhibit. .
At the 'Chicago National Dairy
Slum a pearling Jersey heifer, ex
hilnted by Darrow, Stuipp, 12 year
old son of J. B. Stump, of Mo'n
mouth, Oregon, cturied oil th-
tsweepstakes prize over cattle from
all parts of the United States. Qre-"
gon is going into the great Land
Show to ire held in Chicago the
latter part of this '111011111 and it is
hilly xpected that her exhibit,
which ij probably the' best ever as
sembled by the state, will land the
thiid prize of the series.
Expeits declare thaj Oregon h?ks'
the best climate in tfie world for the
production of flajp and they confi
dntially predict th it flax .and. flax
mills,, willkhc to Oregon.what coyon
and cotton mills have been to the
south. A -Co op&rativiniaiiul.icl(ir
,iig fiun is Iwing promoted ";t Salem
'and 'I is expected to begin oper
ations y itliiii'tlie near future Cfiarse
ft ashes nixl,twines for sewingwlnSiit
bags and for ui.ikTng nets will be
the first articles turned out, but as
soon as a market can be developed
llf finer giffdes will he produced,
such ;a linen, damask," tablecloths
ond, towels. BAbout 1500 ai;res of
flax will Ifts neede to Supply the
first year's output of the factory.
The theory that flag impoverishes
file soil1 is an exploded theory, it is
declared. On the contrary, it pre
iQres thB soil for a heavy succeeding
The heaviest movement of Ore
gon sheep and lambs ever known
has been going on recently from
Central Oregon points. Within a
period, of ten days 32,000 sheep
Head "of U. of O. WiDce Mis
Appreciation to thift Pnpr
, for Gdaod Work ,0trjn?
The following telegrdin w.is'ie
ceived ihis morning from Vies P.
L. Campbell of fhe UniveisnS of
"Oregon expressing nppiecialinn of
he work done by the . Ri:cour:u
br the University Appropr'a'tion 1
Bjlls. ' ' .
The telegram follows:
"Eugene, Ore", Nov. 6, 1913
Bandon ..Recorder, Bandon, Oie,
Wejcel the splendid vote received
by the University-in southern Coos
is in no small degree due to the
Vigorous defense by the RlccriUMCK
ol the .cause of the boys, and girls
Thti Univer.sitys"litbor for hese
boy! and gills will now be redoubled r
Your eflorts'liave .been appreciated"
P. L. Camimiki.i,.
were shipped from Bend to points
in Monism where thcV wjll be fed
fori a time on tVeirVay to thcChica
gOMviarket. On October 21 twenty-
eight dortblp deck cars were loaded
wjth lambs, at Uondon, the ship
ment amounting to 8,000 ljead, the
largest taainload ever handled oti
that branch. The lambs, were all,
purchased within a radius of .jo
miles of Condon and were Consigned
to Billings, Moift.
'I hat the Dalles Lehlo canal will
be ctimpletod and ready for the pass
age'of boats in about another vear
fs the opinion ol F. C. Schubert, of
the Unile(f States Engineers, who
h.itfhad charge of the work. Mth
nea'tlo all of, tile government ap
propriation available, labor plentiful.
and weather conditions "favorable
tbe fork is, being pushed forward
faster than ever .before, and unless
the June lise of the Columbia is no
iBiiii.ll' great, it is believed that nex ,
Fall will -see boats pas-sing freely '
fioinPorlland to points on the upper
from Portland to points on the upper
Columbia and Snake rivers.
One acre of celery, grown -at ti -j
short distance west of the city ot
Hood River, is b'iug, gathered and
marketed, mostly in Pjirtland, and
the truck grower experts to itcrie
ifrt les tljan"?2, 000 "from the crop.
In addition to ?,elry he is raising
tomitoes and tappers "both ol
which are extremely .profitable
. Stpmmler Byjino SitiJ.
Portland Or. Nov. 5. Asvri t
ing that he was removed from the
manageshif) of the local branch of
the K. C. niith it Bros. .Type
wiiter Compony through a "itrsJir
acy, If. E" StdJiiniler, ikav at Myrile
Point has started suit against the
company to recover $ 966.67. He
alleges that part ol the money cl rim
eil is lor-salary he w'buld have earn
ed and pajt was his (jne-hall sRar.;
on prifits on second hand inachiijes
He said his salary was to be
Sjoooa year and his contract to
hold until August i.'iyi.
Commercial Club Tonight. ,
Remember tonighf is regular
meeting of the Bandon Commercial
Club. Every member and visry
body interested in boosting Bandrn
should be present. m
' NEW START .
j Trouble of Coquille ' Sc'iool
Board Are Over..
I At a imeting of tljf sroi' O' I'Oi.o?
1 I . r.lrl liat 1lt.rrlH4 liunnimv afl wu
of the lyurd reNtiv i i t' o'purcliaie
ol tiie JJarrow & S'.r.-pg tr;ict . 1 re
reminded; on motion 'ot H O An-dersP-n,
tU- aew ('ir'e'.or. A ?."x
start was then mdf by rtie adojst.vVj
ol'a niotiot; to offer B'rroA' afid
Strang $2500 for the V1. The
evident intention is to follow the
m"tfiod provided by law for the ac
quisition of tfie nract, and if.&'n
a'gteemeiip.with flic owners can not
be reached in the matter of price, to
take it b; condemnation peoceed
ings CoiiulU' Herald,
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Governor" Loses No Time In j
of Co. Attorney
The County Aitorney Aft h.uing j
coined at Tuesday s election by an
overwhelming note. Governor Wt.t
appointed County ,?torneys tor ftll
counties on Wednesday Tiie Kirm
e,? District A.ttorneys, twelve -in
number will hold over as count at-'
totney of the count in "which each
resides."0 'in .i'ddUrwewr-ea
new county attorneys were appoint
ed. A. IJItqvist ol Coquille,
formerly ih puiy ,.pi jsteutrng at
torney for thwdrstrict was (point
ed coimty attornev fftrCcOh" county.
Mr. Lilies'i-i. wrfecrnu-.d as o n
of the" liid;n vom!g attfrstysi
Coos county nnd ha ee emmeni
ly stiLcesstul us a prosecutor, ajid
there i"s no qae io:i as to Ins miking
good. . t .
V, H 'Mered "n, who well
renown in lia itiL nl avVryiprmid-
ruie atwrney-wis. appo'ieu cnuni yi
ittorney for Qirry couiuy f
Neyr Bu'siUest Entarpme.
W. G. Cadby, forme' ly ot Fl r-
ence is openinq; uu .1 irauefs ex
cbnnge in lhe oM wooScn m;n huid.
Qn c;econd gtreet yT Cldl;y
,;n , u,lxr ,-,1 uu ullt 'tt ai.r "
hll n.i u Sllt - ant a.
C(; between lo"r buyer nd seller.
ne ;)ls0 )aiue re4) v n 1
1 .1 . Inn nti , s r.p1
0 . Q O
gets established he will conduct jn ' y Rrr.. nuigrn.
auction sate once a month at v.lm ' I fining li.-ld, W, ivul it.Haloous
time he hopes to havfarnv -r. bring popuUtio.? ot 3900 went iStf.
in produce, live Stock e'tc. as we l j .New 00. t. a .summer resort on
as town people lo b;mg their articlts.Vjqnirvi Bay, et.'. et,
irc:nl. I itdem went dry and lhe saloon
ol business that in J
the ci fiinVy and it will 010 Juitbt,
meet with success here
as s.ion as
tbe gt nernl pubiic
Banows it Fans have received ;
railroad velgoipedS forHarry Keen
ey, section foreman -yr theeeeley Hi &
Anderson logging road. Iijb ihefSv ts. N. J. Crain and 'iff second
first machine ol the
hrnniilit in ttiiaeitv.
BarrowsJt I-'aust areo'o0. "getting
ln.anumminu machme for ounr
ny'ng large croscut arrd other saws.
They afe also $u pared to niffd
broad axes," gnnftnon axes and in
fact irTftst anythinrjinia(frnalje. They
are nlsch conteiuDlatimf Ruttinn in
a vulcanizing lant foltlit- purpose!
of vulennisinjj auto tires, bicycler
ttres etc. ,jment later,.
1 ii f
Asioe Frotti Prohibition' '
'. Fiojit Liitfe fhterost
Was Taken .
48?. WET, . 240
Compensation, Cou'nty Atlor
ney.and on) U. of O. Act
The eWtion in Bandon passed '
off v?r y quietly Tuesday and n
ratber l!ghtvote was ppllerl0. Had
it nol been for the wet and dry pfo
iiiisluBnhere would have bepn vety
little interest, but this set vel to keep
tlvngs'warmed.np a little. 0
The vote was "overwljplmrrrgly
wet4 being a majority of rnoreothan
two to one. In the. west precinct
the von- stood 243 wet snd 00 drj
iiotlie east precinct' it was 76 wei
and 1 50 dry, making a total c4 Sq
wet ana 340 dry ot nine more than
twu to one. Many people who
woutd have voted"diy on a ctmnty
or' stale proposition voted wet on
the city proposition as they fe.lt it
wnvld ' e a mistake to Vote Batidpn
drj- wielt all the other towns In tho
Tlie vote on the other prioilioiis
was as folloivs- 0
State uSiversity building rerirr '
fu.J;west precincp, yes 197, no 157
east ffeci.0t, esi85( no T90
U" of C) new building appropri
ation; weM pfecinct, yes 183, no 154
i.t preciict, yes 145," no 319
Steriliza'jon Art; west precinct,
yes 13?, no east preoinct, yC
" Count v Xttorney Act; west pre-
Lcinct. yes ijy. no in; east precjnet
on .net ;
jwest precinct, yes 331, no raa, eat
picinct. yes 278, no ti8.
A'l the. i.fefendum bills tfRrried
ecept the sterifizaticti of criminals
which was dete.ited. .
The workmen's empention act
rnVd ;wo to one. . .
S.derfl wt nt dry Vhe Oilles went
P!an t( co,lUcsp uleclion.
AJohaCiuo HolSs Patty.
TV A"h club held, their first
ca'd jM''y oi the sensijn at Odd
? ov. . liali Tucsd-iv night. Thwe
iwere is tables present and an ex
j cellist time ;n eu;oyed bv nil.
IbNgant refreshments were seted
The first puz for LalifeSwas won
b" Mru. C X. Low, wbljo Dr.
hrensf n won tne genueman s nrit
' piTze and J,loward Johnstrirr cap
1 tureo tne seconj.
Jisk Ball phristmas Bv&
Tre usual nasj ball will be Jjiyen
by th3l51andon Son's of lteransf6r
jhe benefit of Bandon Post G. A. R.
atcbfbr more definite MBQunctt-