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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1906)
DEC. 26 1906.
Decks Cleared By Westerners
Washington, Dec. 18.—Congress,
men from Washington, California
Utah and Wyoming held a meeting
today and agreed to act in concert
in all legislation affecting Oriental
They appointed a
vigilance committee to watch all
Chinese and Japanese immigration,
and in ease any bill on this subject
is taken up for action to notify all
men from the Pacific Coast, so they
can formulate plans of action.
Several bills have been prepared
looking to a change in the Cbinese-
exclusion act, but it appears to be
the consensus of opinion of West
Coast men that this shall not be
changed. It now operates to suc
Chinese and is acceptable to the
no change is advisable.
It was the new universal of the
delegation that our treaty with
Japan does not prohibit the enact
ment of a law excluding Japanese
coolies, and most of those attending
the conference believed Congress
should extend the Chinese exclu
sion act so as to apply to Japanese
coolies- How such action will be
determined rests upon a subcommit
tee consisting of Representatives
Kahn, McKinley and Hayes, of Cal
ifornia, who will take up a bill to
this effect and ascertain the possi
bilities of its enactment.
I f they find such a bill can pass
they will so report, and the Pacifio
Coast delegations will then meet
for a conference and decide upon
what action to take. Apparently
they are unanimous, and they count
on the support of Representative
Hermann, of Oregon. The Pacific
Coast members finally decided to
have a delegaiton visit the Panama
Canal during the holidays and inves
tigate the demand there for Chinese
laborers. A special party will leave
Now York on the Panama Railway
steamer Alliancia on Friday. Those
who will go are Senators Flint of
California and Fulton of Oregon
w /fi RaOifiMQjfttiyeajlpwell of Utah
and Needham, all of California.
W anted .—A good
horse weiging 1200 lbs, dark bay.
Albany College was well repres Apply at this office or to W. H .
ented at the Oregon Idaho Conven
tion held at Eugene Dec, 7, 8 and
Albany College Items.
Among the 110 delegates, twelve
represented Albany College.
Our boys came back with a wider
vision of life and they are deter
mined to work harder in the com
ing years for the kingdon of God
The Senate and A. C. L. 8. the
two rival literary societies of Albany
Collage, met on the Rambler Park
gridiron Thursday, Dec. 13th, for
the purpose of playing a long talk
ed of football game.
Both teams played well but the
A. C. L. S. boys went down in de
feat, the score being 26 to 0 in favor
of the Senate,
A game of basket ball is to be
played by the two societies about
the first of the year in which the
A. C. L- S. boys promise to redeem
Honolulu, Dec. 18--T h e Japan
ese Consul here says that ths visit
ing squadron which will arrive at
Honolulu in February will not pro
ceed to San Francisco, as originally
intended, because a repetitian of the
Maine disaster is feared, owing to
the alleged overwrought condition
of American feeling.
About Inheritance Tax.
Washington, Dec. 17.— A bulletin
issued by the census bureau shows
that in 1902 about one half of the
states had inheritance tax laws, the
administration of which yielded a
little more j than |$7,000,000. Cen
sus officials believed that this
amount has since increased to an
annual income of nearly 112 , 000 ,
DON’T FORGET TO GO TO
IN TH E CIRCU IT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON, WITHIN AND
FOR TH E COUNTY OF COOS.
Bandon Manufacturing Company,
E. K. Wood Lumber Company,
To the E. K . Wood Lumber Company,
the above named defendant:
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby notified that you are re
quired to appear and answer the com
plaint on file against you in the above
entitled suit, within Bix weeks from the
date of the first publication of this sum
mons, to w it: within six weeks from the
26th day of December, 1906, the same
being the date of the first publication of
this summons, and if you fail to appear
and answer on or before the 6th day of
February, 1907, the same being the last
day of the lime prescribed in the order
of publication of this summons, judg
ment will ts taken against you for want
thereof and the plaintiff will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded there
in, and for the sale of the property at
tached in connection with this suit, a
succinct statement of which is as fol
lows, to w it: That plaintiff have judg
ment against defendant for the sum <*f
SevsnHundredFifteen and 40-100Dollars
($715.40), with interest at the rate of
six per cent from the 1st day of October,
1906, and for bis costs and disburse
ments in this action maintained, and
for the sale of defendant’ s property at
tached by reason of this suit, or so
much thereof as may be necessary to
satisfy snch judgment ss the Court may
render together with all coats and dis
bursements, and lor such other and
further relief as to the Court msy seem
meet and just. Said property attached
being Telegraph and Telephone poles to
the number of one thousand more or
Service of this summons is made upon
the defendant by publication in pursu
ance of an order made by the Hon. J.
W . Hamilton, Judge of the Circuit Court
of the state of Oregon, for the Second
Judicial District, in the County of Coos,
dated December 14, 1906, and directing
publication of the same in the Coquiile
H bbald , a weekly newspaper printed
and published at Coquiile,Coos County,
Oregon, once a week for six
C. R. BARRO W .
Attorney for Plaintiff
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