The Coquille Valley sentinel. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1921-2003, November 04, 1921, Page 3, Image 3

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COQUILLE TALLET SENTINEL. COQUILLE. OREGON. FRIDAY,
Home K eepers P rogram
SU NDAY AN D MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6
Home makers week means three big
days for the women o f this ebunty.
Farmers and Home Makers Week will
be held in Coquille in connection with
the Corn Show, November 16th to
l?th inclusive.
Splendid programs
furnishing pleasurable, instruction
will b e,given Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday, while Saturday will be
Krand -show day, without programs
in drder that everyone m ay fully en- 1
Mae Marsh in
“ TH E t LITTLE ’ FRAID LADY”
A Robertson-Cole Super-Special
A screen drama breathing love »and adventure
usual type. Miss Marsh at her best in a chan
iS whimsical, yet strong. A picture unlike »n
1 TUESDAY AN D WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8
HE."
.
A Double Header
Zane Grey’s story
“ R iders o f the Dawn
from the Novel “ The Desert o f Wheat
ScenpProm ZANE GREY'S
AUNJAMIN B.HAMPTON PRODUCTION)
*RIDERS OF THE DAWN"
fikCTRIBUTED BY M/.W-MOOKINSONCORR
A powerful human drama o f the times [pulsating
with heart interest and realism. A screen epic
o f the grea t Northwest with action unlimited.
£
And
" o j f h e Great Harold Lloyd in
“ GET OUT & GET ^fNDER”
A Riot o f Mirth by the^King Laughter
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10
Clara Kimball Young in
Thursday:- Poultry/
Friday: Home Improvement.
The first morning will be o f great­
est interest to mothers o f little child­
ren.
O regon's' nutrition specialist,
Miss Margery Smith, will talk to the
mothers on food for the school child,
emphasizing particularly the eight-
year cftj as here is the one found to be
the greatest per cent under weight.
Miss Esther B. Cooley, new cloth
ing specialist in the Extension De­
partment, will have some splendid
things to tell the women in regard to
selecting and buying their clothing.
She will emphasize not so much line,
color, and texture but quality and ap­
propriateness in relation to price,
wearing qualities and health, partic­
ularly as applied to certain articles of
clothing as shoes, hose, corsets, e t c .,
For Friday, home improvement day,
a special program has been arranged
in compliance with numerous requests
from various communities. F or this
program two instructors from Oregon
Agricultural ^College have been ,se-
cued, Miss McFaul, who will give
most valuable assistance in problems
of interior decoration and Miss John­
son, who will tell the women how to
lighten their work and save steps and
backache by having a well planned
and' equipped kitchen. -
Thursday is Poultry day. Every­
one who is interested in poultry will
find this a most'profitable day.
‘ On each of these three days there
will be a social get-acquainted hour
from 3:30 to 5:00 P. M. whe^yhe wo­
men from one community may meet
‘ hose from other parts o f the county.
Tea and cakes or cookies, made only
from Corn Products will be served
each day.
’
enabled her not only to conquer
France but the whole world.
If France continues for another 44
y ears to pract'.ie race suicide and Ger­
many continues to obey the primal
commandment to increase and multi­
ply, it requires no prophet to foretell
what the outcome of the next war be­
tween those nations will be.
But the Oregpnisn article below
raises the much larger question
whether the white races o f the world
can -long maintain the supremacy they
have so long enjoyed, unless they fill
up the countries and continents they
h a w so long controlled with a popu­
lation sufficient to prevent the colored
races, with a vastly greater percent­
age ■ o f increase, from submerging
them.
Those old lines o f Byron’s, “ First
freedom, then glory;
when that
fails,
wealth,
vice,
corruption;
barbarism
st
last,’’
seem
to
Arthur Moon in
“ FORK OVER”
A Majestic Comedy
And
PARAM OUNT MAGAZINE
fighting strength” and that is “ meas­
ured by,number*.” He tell* the Aus­
tralians:
“ You must increase your slender
garrison by the multiplication of
your people.
Only numbers will
save you. The world will not toler­
ate an empty and idle Australia. This
continent jou st, like other continents,
carry its full quota o f people and do
its full share of production.
You
must take immigrants, the right kind
FRID AY , NOVEMBER 11
Thursday’» program will be repeated
* And
Eileen Sedgwick in
‘T H E DIAMOND QUEEN”
Episode No- 10— ‘T h e Betrayal”
SATU R D A Y, NOVEMBER 12
Louise Huff in
“ W H A T WOMEN WANT”
W ith an All-Star Cast
en Women Dare, Let Men Beware! Manjs 1
Existence a Thing A part; T is Womans '
®ce. Paradise is Always Where Love Dwel a
* is Strangled the Fires o f Hell Appear. U
►
Is of Us All— Young and O ld , B ig and Lrttle
lAT WOMEN W A N T ?
That’s What We All
h ’ b
And
-W E T BUT DRY”
A Comedy Full o f Jazz and Ginger
•
And
P A T H S NEWS
tc morrow
"RIDERS OF THE DAW N,” on ex­
citing and vivid story by Zane Grey
with Roy Stewart in the stellar role
at the Liberty Nov. 8 and t. Bae the
program on page three,
^
Do you know DeLaval Separators have declined in price?
They have, and now 'w ith the rains starting, it is time to
get to skimming you milk and sending cream so you will
not hawe the bother o f goirtgto the river or creamery every
day with your milk, but just go twice a week with cream.
The company has reduced the prices to the 1922 basis.. Bet­
ter give me an order for a De Laval Separator today-
A b o remember we have in stock the following seeds:
Gray Winter Oats, Fall Vetch, Rye Grass, Red Clover, Al-
syke and White Clover mixed, Alsyke,. Timothy, Red Top,
Orchard Grass, and Alfalfa
occupy the land with a steadily
growing population, laws against
Asiatic immigration may soon prove
to beY eeble dsms which a flood will
burst.
“ That is in substance the warning
which Lord Northcliffe has given to
Australia and it applies in equal
measure to Canada and South Amer­
ica end in only less measure to the
United States. Australia is s rich
If you are one o f those who enjoy motion pictures of the
finer sort, if you take pleasure in brilliant acting, lavish in­
vestitures, and finely directed cinema dramas, you will find
expression fo r the fullest enjoyment in this De Luxe Pa­
risian Love Story. The cast includes Conway Tearle and
Master Stanton Williams, the bright little fellow who ap-
tfcared in T h e Eyes o f Youth
Dairymen
who practised race suicide would leave
no descendants to continue its prac- I
tice, we need not worry about them.
But the world war opened our eyes
to the perils o f race suicide when
Germany came go near crushing
France. A t the time o f the Franco-
German war in 1870, France and Ger­
many were ebodt equal in population.
In the 44 years from 1870 to 1914,
Germany’s population increased from
40 millions to '65 millions, while
else to expect but that the’ race which
cannot or will not people the lands
A holds must eventually rive way
to some other which lives Aesrer the
ground and has vW lity enough to in­
crease in numbers.
- To Hang Friday, the 13th
Here is the article we have referred
In court at Roseburg last Monday
to.- I f you have interest enough in
morning Judge Bingham sentenced
rhe questions it discusses to read it,
Richard Melvin Brumfield to hang
tell us what you think o f it:
Friday, January 13, for the murder
of Dennis Russell.
“ A fter all, the question as to which
Brumfield walked to court with
race shall control the land on this
heavy bandages about the wounds on
side o f the Pacific ocean will be de­
his neck recently inflicted in a suicide
cided in favor o f that race which fo l­
attempt.
lows the scriptural injunction to “ be
A crowd filled the court room for
fruitful and multiply and replenish
the drama. The prisoner was taken
Although white settle­
the earth.
to Salem that atfemoon.
ment o f North America began with
A motion to a fk aside -the verdict
fugitives from religious and political
and fo r a retrial was overruled. Brum­
persecution, that o f South America
field stood alone to receive his sen-
with men moved by greed for gold
tence.
and military conquest, it attained it#
When asked if he had anything to
/renteit proportions when hosts o f
this, your hon-
say, he replied: “ 'Only
<
people were crowded out o f Eurpe
or, as God is my judge, I know noth­
in search o f new land to occupy, and
ing of how Dennis Russell come to his
by the same rule they crowded out
death/’
the Indians, who had failed to multi­
He turned deathly pale when the
ply and replenish the earth.- The
sentence was pronounced.
countries o f Asia are now over­
Mr*. Brumfield slumped down in a
crowded, and unless the white na­
chair, but did not collapse.
tions o f America and Australia fully
“ TH E FORBIDDEN WOMAN”
By Lenore J. Coffee
Attention
All new Stock at'th e lowest possible Prices
- NOSLER’S | g
CASH STORE
SAVE MONEY B Y PAYING CASH
The Aztec empire, t h f ruins o f an
extinct race in Central America, the
Inca empire and the legends o f our
own Indians, indicates that Asiatics
must have come in great numbers
long before the discovery by Colum­
bus, but for more than two centuries
after that event they left ihe field
clear for the white race. Asia bad
the same facility fo r crossing the
ocean in days o f smiling ships os had
ths whites, and during the last three-
quarters o f a century the white race
has placed steam transportation at
the service o f Asia. But Asiatic mi-
«ration across the Pacific has been
insignificant in proportion to ths vast
hordes thst barely subsist on ths
other side o f the qesan. Chinese Im­
migration to Amarisa was instigated
by Amsrieans and when exclusion
wss enacted it practically stopped
almost without protest.
Though
there is much agitation about Jap­
anese immigration and though- that
agitation must
have stimulated desiro
mast hyp.----------------------------
to, migrate to this continent, also
though the militarists have exploited
that sentiment, the numbers which
have come are insighifleant.
Con­
quest and military occupation have
opened Mancharla, Corea, Formosa,
and Shantung to the Japenese, but
they are mere handfuls in those
countries.
Hindus have gone to
East and South Agries, provoking op­
position, but not in sach numbers
that whites could not control the
movement.
The whitie race has had the oppor­
tunity to occupy the vacant spocee
o f America, Australia, and Africa,
through the neglect o f the Asiatics to
make use of their opportunity. I f
the latter had moved bodily by en­
tire nation* in such vast hordes as
wrecked* the Roman empire, they
would either have made the Atlantic
ocean a permanent barrier to the ad­
vance o f the Caucasians or sach rocs
would havs occupied half o f this
hemisphert and the two races would
have warred fo r supremacy ip the
whole o f it.
for unrestricted immigration are no­
tice that the long respite from Asiat­
ic competition fo r the undeveloped
the bond o f self-interest added to that
hereditary custom and institutions
would fs r surpass the artificial dams
o f laws and treaties as a safeguard
again-1 the yellow peril.”
New C ues la Circuit Court
Oct 28— Dennis McCarthy v». M.
T. Aasen.
Oct. 29— Daisy. B. Eagan vs. Wm.
E. Eagan. Suit fo r divorce.
Oct. 81— Bank o f Band on vs. A.
Crutchfield and J. G. Leneve.
Nov. 3— John G. Mullen vs. Jaek
Hoover.1
,
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v
Nov. 8— Anna Johnson vs. Jafl>. R.
Johnston. Suit for divorce.
Roy Stewart In “ R ID E R « O r THE
DAWN” b y Z a n e fr e y a tth e Liberty
Nbv. 8 and 9. See ths program on
pago three. *
LOST—One yearling Jersey heifer,
light color. Frank Zollo, Norway,
Oregon.
, m .
OST— st the City Library a lady’s
brown silk umbrella. Finder will
please return to this office. Reward.'
LOST— neat the Liberty, a *20 bill.
Reward will be paid the finder on
its return to this office.
WE ere reedy to do all kinds o f
dressmaking. On# block west from
the north end o f the Henry St.
bridge. Seckett A Staninger.
W ANTED— Beef hides, green and
- salted. G so. T. Moulton, Coquille.
LOTS FOR SALE st a sacrifice— «
Coquille lot# near the old Acade­
my which ere choice residence lots
for only *500, being *160 less thA*,
we have ever offered them before
just to make quick sale. Inquire o f
Mary Pendleton, next door to Chris­
tian church.
• *
« 1 * R ew ard, $1M
The readers o f this paper win bo
pleased to learn that there te at least
one dreaded disease tbst sclenco has
been able to cure In sit Its stagse and
th st Is rstsrrh. Catarrh betas Srsatlr
rapidly increasing numbers.
They Influenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment. Hall’s
cannot do this with families which Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and
sets
thru the Blood on tbs Mucous Sur­
have shrunk from sight or ten to 4.3
tees* o f ths System thereby destroying
persons, nor with couples which make the foundation o f the disease. «Win* the
strength by bulldln« up the ron-
a mockery o f marriage by being child- patient
stltutlon and aaelstln« nature tn dolus Its
4css. While establishing their claim work. The proprietors bare so much
faith In the curative powers ct HsJTs
to the land they hold by producing all Catarrh Medicine that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any rase that tt All#
its wealth for the service o f all man­ to
euro, le n d for Hit nr testimonials.
Address 7. J. CHENEY * CO.. Toledo,
kind, they must help the Asiatics to
develop their own continent to the
point whew Its hugs population can
live in comfort, free from the ever­
present menace o f famine. The trou­
ble with Asia is as much under-de­
velopment as over-population. T h s
far eastern' problems really i*
form a plan by which the whole race
can help the Asiatics in starting this
work o f development, that ad may live
well and thrive on their own contin­
ent, retaining fo il poavesnion and eoa-
trol. Btadbg them W their own soQ by
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