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BANDON, OREGON, DECEMBER 9, 1909
REVOLT IS A
TO WAR MARK
FOR WOMAN S BODY
Claim That Bonds Are Under
ing Could Be Done
City Council Entertained
A rumor has been current that
Port Commission has been at
By the Boys
tempting to dispose <»f the port bonds
pending the action of the circuit
court which convenes on December
ENTHUSIASM PREVAILED AÎ MEETING loth. The suit which J. W. Ben
nett hied against the commission
for a permanent injunction will be
heard during the coming term of
Tuesday evening was the regular codrt. Respecting the rumor. At
monthly business meeting of the torney Peck of the commission was
Ban Ion Volu iteer hire Department seen and questioned. He stated that
and on this occasion the tire boys the bills for bonds had n H been
invited Mayor Gallier and the mem opened, but that the commission
bers of the citv council to be present. could proceed with negotiations and
There were several matters of sale, since there is nothing to re
great import discussed, among strain them from doing so. How
which was the subject of making ar ever. Mr. Peck said there was no
rangements with C. Timmons to use possibility of selling bonds to any
the old cannery warehouse as a tire bonding firm when there was any
house so that all apparatus could question of the legality of the port
be kept together, and the sug commission law. W. P. Evans, one
gestion was also made tint it would of the commissioners, who was here
be a much better location as it is in from North Bend today, was also
the center of the business district I questioned regarding the matter
whereas the present city hall is at' and said that there was no more
one end of the business district.
in that direction.
He stated that
Fire Chief, John Shields, President such a proposal had been made to
J. W. Mast and other members of! him shortly after the dissolution of
the department spoke, while Mayor the Bennett injunction, but it did
Gallier and Councilmen Boak, ' not interest him as it was plain that
Windsor and Manciet also made the bonds would hr ve to be sold
some remarks on the subject, and! at an immense sacrifice if they were
at the suggestion of Mayor Gallier. a j to be turned in the short time, and
committee, composed of Chief the commission was not in favor of
Shields and E. B. He”ry was ap any such procedure.—Coast Mail.
pointed to confer with Mr Tim
mons and see what could be done,
and report at the council meeting at i taken to the dining room where a
which time that body would take ; sumptuous banquet was served to
up the matter and do whatever which all did ample justice.
possible to help the boys out.
The citizens of Bandon are justly
Another excellent feature of t he proud of the fire department and
meeting was the treasurer’s report the boys are surely deserving of all
showing over $107 in the treasury. the support they can possibly get.
The meeting Tuesday evening
After the business session was
held in Concrete hall.
completed the entire assemply was
7:15 to 9:15
Saturday, Dec. llth
LADIES’ SUIT DEPARTMENT
12 Suits from $20 to $35 value at
20 Suits from 15 to 19 value at
Ladies' Coats at
20 per cent discount
One lot of Children’s Coats from S3.50 to $6, your choice, $3.00
Any Skirt in the house
20 per cent discount
Ladies Muslin Underwear at
20 per cent discount
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
2 pieces of Table Linen at
34c per yard
One lot of Summer Wash Goods at
13c per yard
MEN’S SUIT DEPARTMENT
Your choice of any Hat in the house with any Suit
No. 1 Jap Rice, 10 lbs for
Pork and Beans, regular 15c seller, six cans for
Regular 35c Coffee, 5 lbs for
Gun Powder Tea, regular 50c lb, 3 lbs for
14 bars Laundry Soap for
Choice Brown Beans, 10 lbs for
Seaside Orchestra will Furnish Music
During the Evening
Senator Dolliver Savs “Inter
Secretary Knox Calls Presi
ests” Are Real Insurgents
dent Zelaya Down Good
All Obstacles Are Overcome
$100 to Party who Finds
CISAPPEARED LAST ERIDAT MORNING
Although constant search has been
made, no trace of the body of Mrs
J B'gne, who is supposed to have
jumped into the ocean last Friday
morning, has not vet been found
and Frank Forshay, who is a
nephew by marriage, has offered a
reward of fioo for the return of the
When Mrs. Btgne was last seen,
she was headed toward the ocean'
and tracks were discovered, which
are supposed to have been hers
along the beach, and her cape was
also found along the beach, thus
making it practically certain that
the woman threw herself jnto the sea.
Mrs. Bigne had acted rather queer-
ly for some time, and as she was
staying at the Forshay home, they
her closely, but
on Friday morning while the
family were at. breakfast she some
how slipped out, leaving a note in
her room bidding her friends good
bye, and although she could not
have been gone more than ten or
fifteen minutes before the fact was
discovered, they were unable to
find her, although search was com
menced at once, and to date nothing
has been heard of her since.
Mrs. Bigne was born in Iowa and
was 56 years old at the time of her
disappearance. She has been here
about 18 years and was well known
and highly respected by all who
She had grieved over the loss of
her husband who died in 1905 and
it is thought that she had become
The only living relatives known
are her sister Mrs. Lettie Jenkins
and family, Mrs. Forshay oeing a
a daughter cf Mrs. Jenkins, and
there are two sons in California.
Newly Elected Grange
Chicago. Dec. 3 —Senator Jon.i
and New Plant Will be
Washington, Dec. 1 -Secretary
I than P. Dolliver, of Iowa, a lead
of State Knox late today letu n< d
ing member of the “insurgents,”
the passports of Felipe Rodrigue;,
fired a shot into the e emv in a
C large d’Affaiies of the Nicaragua
speech at the Press Club today.
legation, with a letter scathingly
Mr. Dolliver declared the most
denouncing the Zelaya g< ve rument
IS AN EXCELLENT INDUSTRY FOR BANDON hopeful sign about the last Congress
was not what it did but the fact
The letter is definitely declared to
that it did not act unanimously. He
re[ resent the views of President Taft
President Tait s attitude
and is about as plain spoken as any
All obstacles have been removed
thing emanating from the State De .oid arrangements have been made toward the “insurgents at the com
partment in many years.
whereby the Perry Veneer plant will mg session would be ftiendly.
“The time when a “skin game ’
The extraordinary feature of the remain in Bandon and Mr. Perry
letter is that it seems to evince an expects to begin work on the con can be worked on the people with
intention on the
part 4of the struction of his new plant in the the unanimous consent of congress
will never come again,” said Mr.
United Slates to hold President near future.
Zelaya personally resp.nsible for
The council at a recent meeting Dolliver.
“The real insurgents were the
the alleged tortui e and execution of deeded to open Pacific Ave. to
the Americans Cannon and Groce, deep water and as this runs along group of private interests before
and exhibits the unique situatio. the site of the new plant it will be a whose threats to defeat legislation
of one holding the chief executive great convenience and insure a leaders of the party bowed for the
of another as a common malefactor. means of access both by land and sake of harmony.”
Zelaya is branded as a violator of water.
Senator Dolliver is one of the
men of the country and was
solemn international conventions, a
Mr Perry also has made arrange
disturber of national peace and ments with J. L. Kronenburg to probably the ablest opponent of Sen
international peace, a tyrant, whose furnish him spruce logs neceseary ator Aldrich in the recent session of
Congiess. He wifi be heard from
administration has been a blot upon for his work.
at this session.
the name of good government.
The fact that the veneer plant is
Secretary Knox virtually an to remain in Bandon will be a source
nounces the recognition of Nicara of much gratification to Bandon
guan revolutionists, declares that people and the industry is one that
it to be the conviction of the United is destined to reach large dimensions
All kinds of draying and transfer-
States that the t evolution represents in the future. Mr. Perry has order ing
FOR SALE—mill wood
the sentiments of a majority of the ed a large amount of new machinery rom Cody’s mill $2.00 per load
Nicaraguan people, and that there and will greatly enlarge the new Coil sold and delivered at lowest
J. Jenkins, Prop.
is evidently no responsible govern plant over what the old one was. prices
ment with which the United States
Order your s tove wood from A.
He therefore announces that all
parties will be held accountable for
their actions as affecting the interests
of Americans and the peace of Cen
He further informs Senor Rod
rigues that while he has lost his dip
lomatic quality he may still serve
as an •'unofficial” channel of com
Has already visited the
munication with the faction which he
is regarded as representing.
This brings the crisis as near to I
the status of war as it could be
brought by executive action without
And left one of the
a definite declaration of Congress,
which will convene next Monday.
Mr. Knox’s letter in all but so many
words makes it plain that the ac
tion represents the wish and attitude
of all the Central America States
with the single exception of Hon
Ever shown in Coos County
duras, which is regarded as entirely
dominated with Zelaya.
The latest designs in
has its sympathy with the United
Shell Combs, Celluloid,
States in this matter.
Teak Wood and Ebony
At the regular meeting of the
Bandon Grange last Saturday, the
following officers were elected: F.
F. Eddy, master; I. A. Cope,
overseer; A. Haberly, lecturer; F.
M. Sanderlin, 'chaplain; Emma J.
Hite, steward; D. H. Jackson, sec
I'he new Moons for October and I
retary: Thos. Devereux, treasurer; November hung perpendicular, j
Mrs. Fanny Eddy. Ceres; Mrs. C. Powder horns could not be hung on
B. Zeek, Flora; Mrs Pauline Hunt, the moon.
The old Indian sign 1
Pomona; J. R. Burnett, gate keeper. has been vindicated in so emphatic :
P. S. Robinson of Norway was pres a fashion as to drown all doubting ,
ent and gave an interesting talk, also Thomases. October was wet—hiyu J
a number of the local members i wet,—but November was wettei— [
spoke interestingly on various sub-• hiyu wetter! In Coos an d Curry |
jects. A number of other matters of i the streams have been higher than
importance were attended to and since February, 1890. All streams
the meeting was a successful one have been out of their banks, and
from every point of view
while no big losses have occurred,
there have been thousands of small 1
ones running the aggregate into the
Death of Veteran
lens of thousands. These losses are
Alfred Toft a veteran of the Civil really blessings in disguise, for they
war, who lived near this citv died are a timely warning of what is
at the hospital in Coquille Tuesday sure to come some winter when our
morning. He was a member of the mountains are full of snow, and a
Bandon G. A. R. and was buried heavy rain and warm Chinook do
by that order in the G. A. R. cem their destructive work.
etery of this city yesterday after people take “Time by the forelock,"
and be prepared.
Dont forget our
Mr. Toft was born in England in wettest November.--Port Orford
1836, thus being 73 years old at Tribune.
the time of his death. He was
highly respected by those who
Best fertilizer for ycur garden at
the Estabrook Warehouse.
Bandon Drug Co.
Most Complete Assortments
IIOIJ DAY GOODS
Sterling Silver, Cellu
loid and Leather,Toilet
Sets and Novelties,
Liby’s and American
Cut Glass, Bohemian
and Japanese Wares,
Ladies’ Purses and
Back Mirrors and
Brushes, Am. and Imp.
Perfumes, Jewelry ,Sta-
■ Me erschaum and
Briar Pipes, Cigar
and Post-Card Albums
A Big Line oí Toys for Old and Young
LOOK AT OUR STOCK BEFORE
Bandon Hardware Company
Carries the largest stock of General Hardware
in the Coquille Valley
Kerosene, both kinds
BLACKSMITH COAL-By the Ton
STOVES—Occidental Steel Ranges. Coal and wood
heating stoves. Lots of them