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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1913)
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lished reliable newspaper of
the Coquille Valley in which
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T he C oquille H erald
C O Q U IL L E , CO O S C O U N T Y , O R E G O N , T U E S D A Y , J U L Y
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SYNOPSIS OF CORRECTION OF
MANY EVENTS MISSTATEMENTS
THE NEWS IN TABLOID FORM ABOUT SCHOOL HOUSE SITE
EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK
I wait, during whicbjhe was quietly
or three individuals. What is the
given some good advice and deco-
reason of 11? Wh it is ihe S' nice ni
! rated with a small flag the auto
! ii? There is no reason loi it, only
Fraternal and Benevolent Orders
started, lollowe * by the others of
that I have opinions ot my own and
K. 4 A. M.—Regular meetinn o(
the Marshfield delegation.
the moral courage in stand lor them;
. Cliailwick Lodgs No. 68 A. F. A A.
M.. at Masonic Hall, every Sa urilay
who accompanied the recipient of
j this and nothing more
night in each niontli on or la.lore the
j all these attentions in the auto were
never injured, tr ir have I tried to
0 . \V. E ndigott , W. M.
K. H. M ast Secretary.
| of a husky order, and it was plain
1 injure any one ul them.
that nothing would be allowed to
lived here over seven years and I
s K. 3. — R e tin liw meeting of Benlali
. Chaîner No. 6, «ei otnl ami fonrtn
interfere with the plan to run this
have always stoi d and worked (or
Friday evenings of each month, in Ma
Citizens of Four Coos Coun : trouble-maker out of the country Condensed for the Quick As Messrs Barrows and Strang j the very best we could get for cur Transpiring in Oregon Boiled
K va H akrcav , \V. M
similation of Busy Men and
Give Some Facts and A sk |scb >ol, our town, and lor the com
ty Towns Join Together in ! A small cheer went up when the
Down to Least Number of
J obki - hikk G. P koi 'I. ks , *-ec.
That They be Accorded a munity at large, m»rally, socially,
Lines and Yet Make the
t 0 . 0 . F .—Coquille Lodge No. 5 3 ,1 .0 .
stration was conducted in a most
and intellectually, even when I was
Up of a Wide Scope
1 . O. F., meets every Saturday night
Speed the Parting Guest
n Odd Fellows Hall.
having abuse heaped upon me wiih-
(). H. C lkavks , N. G.
stint. And I challenge any one
J. S. l.AWHUNCK, Sec.
Canada's forest area is about 800 - Flditor Herald:
Dr. Bailey Kay Leach, who has
La Grande will get $ 12 ,GOO from
little after 6 p. m. and Leach was 000,1)00 acres.
to point out wlisn, wh-reor in ivhat
the C a r n e g ie lilirai} gr'all fiu iJ .
AM1K. REBEKAH LODGE, No. 20 t)een publishsng a paper called
In a late issue o( the Sentinel
at once placed on a launch and tak
I. O. O F., in 'eti e '- - v second and
Mills in British Coh-mhia are ship there is a partial report of a school I have failed to stand for progress
A giant disc burrow will lie tried
fourth Wednesiiay nights in Odd Fellows “ Justice" at Bandon for about three en to the sand hills near Jarvis land
ping considerable paper pulp to board meeting held at the City Hall, and advancement in everything on the Columbia bar, to deepen the
months, passed through our city
E mily H kks ky , N. G,
that was for the good of our school
A nnie L awuknck , Sec.
Friday afternoon on his way to else
at which meeting accusations were
and Everest were landed, and from
our town and the community in
/'vO QU ILLK ENCAMIGIENT, No. W where by way ol Marshfield and the
made against Mr. Z. C. Strang and
It is stated that the insurance de
whence the beach road leads to the
C » I. O. O. F., meets the firstand third
sand spit. He was accompanied by
men amoDg the Japanese statesmen myself, to the effect that we "beat
Thursday nights in Odd Fellows Hall.
will net Oregon $ 100,000
The uexi question is the price.
,T. S. B arton , C . I*.
several determined gentlemen who
the bushes” to get votes lor ihe
No secrecy was attempted and is dead.
J. S.L awrbncr , Sec.
Two or three of these gentlemen net profit this year.
were looking out to see thai no un
It is expectt-d that the new tariff Barrow & Strang tract at the pretend to object to the price ol
The Jackson county home for the
nights of PYTHIAm
.—Lrnm N toward happening would interfere the people taking part in the dem
special school election held on
Lodge No. 72. meets Tuesday nights
onstration included many of the bill will be up for final passage be
the Barrow and StraDg tract, and indigent is to be enlarged to pro
with the doctor's plan (adopted by
March 12th to select a school house
in \V. O. W. Hall.
most prominent in the county
It fore September 1 st,
this objection is only a pretended vide hospital quarters fo the county’s
U. R. W atson . K R. S.
request) to put some miles of good
Now this story has been told
O. A. M intonyb , C. C.
Fear is expressed that the Alaska
was simbly an uprising of good cit
objection with them, as the facts sick
Oregon territory between himself
so often that it is time it was cor"
izens to rid the county of a charac run of salmon will be only half
prove beyond question
tjY T H IA N SISTERS—Justus Temple
The cruise of a part of the timber
reeled All Mr. Strang and I ask
l No. 35, meets first and Third Mon
ter who has no place in any Ameri what it was last year.
are all intelligent calculating busi litud in Clatsop county has increas
day nights in \V. 0 . W. Hall.
from the outside
is that the straight, honest truth E>e
ness men, and the price and every ed the value on the assessment roll
M rs . G eirue D avis , M. E. C.
The Canadian Forestry Associa-
told. All we ask in this entire
Leach claims to be a Socialist,
M rs . F red L ineoar , K. of R.
thing about each of these tracts was $ 180 , 000 .
tian held a forestry convention in
matter, is fair, honest treatment
ED M E N -C oou ille Tribe No. 46, 1. but his utterances in his paper hav^ Asks Co-operation in
published in the paper and discuss
Winnipeg, July 7 to 9 .
A home talent dramatic perfor
and a “ square deal ”
O. R. M., meets everv Friday night shown him to be fully in sympathy
ed on the street for two or three mance, an item on the Fourth of
in W. 0 . W. Hall.
with the I W. W. in their most ob-
J. S. B arton , Sachem.
weeks before the election. And on July program at Halfway, netted
appeals to Russia for protection school matter by a long shot
A. P. M iller , C. of R.
the evening ol the election each $105 for the cemetery improvement
have been maligned and vilified in
W. A.—Regular meetings of Rea- against him at this time arose from
tract and its price was placed on fond.
Colonel Roosevelt expresses the these stories that have been circu
. ver Camp No. 10.550 ill M. W. A. his unbridled abuse of the citizens inspector for Montiinn, Idaho, Ore
the blackboard and carefully ex
Hall, Front street, first ami third Sat
Logging operators on Puget
opinion that the American people lated about us to a surprising de
ot Marshfield for their action in de
urdays in each month.
plained to one of the largest school Sound have warned the mills that
M. O. H awkins . Consul.
porting the I. W. W. agitators, quarters at Moscow, Idaho, asks the will not staud for the naturalization gree. It is strange that anv person meetings we ever held
Another they will not put in logs for less
R. B. R ogers , V. C.
would make the statements about
Edworth and Everest. The organ cooperation of all good ertizeus in of Japanese.
N ed C. K elley , Clerk.
thought on the matter of price. A than the present scale of $ 7 , $10
ization ot Marshfield business and
Fortst fires raged on the slopes us that some have made.
short time before this land was of
N. A.— Regular meeting of Laurel
the immigration laws touching the of Mount Tamalpais, in California
Now in reply to the statement fered to the school district, Strang and $14
. Camp No. 2972 at M. W. A . Hall, professional men who took part in
Front street, second and fourth Tues that demonstration where charact
Montague-O’Reily Co. have been
last week, burning some residences that we "beat the bushes” to get was offered $2,500 00 spot cash in
day nights in each month.
erized by epitliets too foul for repe asks that any one knowing of the but doing no great damage.
votes for the Barrow and Strang hand for block 8, the block next to awarded the contract for the paving
M ary K ern , Oracle.
E dna K elley , Rec.
tition in this chaste family journal, violation of this law will report the
Four launches are used in patrol tract, we desire to state positively Mr. Burns, and refused to take less four streets in Corvallis with asphal
tic-concrete at from $ 1.23 to $ 1.46
0 . W. — Myrtle Camp No. 197. and his fluent command of abusive fact to him at the above address. und transportation work on the and emphatically that we did not
than $3500, and when approached
meets every Wednesday at 7 :30
The following sectrous are from the
National forests in Alaska, which in
p. m. at W. 0 . W . Hall.
to offer the same block to the school
Lee Currie, C. C.
tack on the people of that com immigration act of Feb 20 , 1907 :
person to vote for the Barrow and district, said for that purpose he
Oil has been applii d to the road
J ohn I. eneve , Sec.
SEC. 4 . That it shall bc a mis
munity- Coming on top of a cam
Ten thousand delegates were in Strang tract. In fact we were par would take $3000 00 Nearby lots between Independence and Mon
i - VENINGTIDE CIRCLE No. 214, paign of the same sort ol jourualism, demeanor for any person, company,
attendance at the convention of the ticularly careful not to ask any one in the same addition have sold and mouth, and the improvement haa
i j meets second and fourth Monday
this stirred the Bandon people to partnership, or corporation, in any international Christian Endeavor to vote for said tract. We pur been contracted at from $200 to increased the automobile traffic to a
nights in W . O. W. flail.
O ra X . M aury , G. N.
action, and they determined that manner whatsoever, to prepay the
convention at Los Angeles lsst posely avoided any thing of that $250 per lot.
M ary A. P ierce , Clerk.
their city should no longer be dis transportation or in any way to assist
kind. And we are ready to tie
The quality of the paviDg laid at
TTARMERS UNION.— Regular meet-
or encourage the importation or mi
sworn to that fact at any time. Myrtle Point told us on the 4th,that Tillamook has beeD subject of a law
1 ings second and foilrtli Saturdays in graced in the eyes ol decent people, gration of any contract laboier or
During the state’s fiscal year, end
The arguments we made in lavor
by harboring such an undesirable
eacli month in W. O. AV. Hall.
contract laborers into the United ing June 30 , 1913 , Californians have of said tract, were made fairly, they had just paid at the rate of suit, aDd charges of graft on the
F rank B urkholder , Pres.
about $3500 per acre for their part of city councilman have keen
O. A. M intonyk , Sec.
invested the estimated sum of $ 67 ,-
honestly and openly through the school site; this is at the rate of made by the engineer.
the fact has not been brought out, States, unless such contract laborer
l-R A T E R N A L AID No. 398, meets the
(¡ 84,000 in motor vehicles exclusive
public press. And not a thing un about $4666 per city block, $1666
1 second and fourth Thursdays eacli that there was an understanding
The State Fair boardjwas anxious
month at W- O. W . Hall.
with the better citizens of the other der the last two provisos contained
fair or unjust was stated in said per block more than the district is
M rs . Orris. E vland , Pres.
to ascertain as nearly as possible
articles so published
M rs . L ora H arrington , Sec. towns of the county. At any rate,
SEC. 5 . Tnat for every violation annual expense is $13 an acre, but an article which was published in paying us. These facts show that how many counties would make
the four towns of Bandon, Coquille,
the kick on the price is largely a collective county exhibits and how
Educational Organizations and Clubs Marshfield and North Bend acted of any of the provisions of section the gross returns are as much as $ 24 ; the Sentinel of March 7th, a short
four of this Act the person, partner thus they yield a net return of $11 article in the Herald of the nth , matter of persoual animosity against much space would be required for
r ' O Q u T l T e e d u c a t i o n a l in concert in seeing that the
us, and against the north side ot the juvenile department.
company, or corporation violat an acre each year.
C i LEAGUE—Meets monthly at the plan to deport Leach was carried
and a small circular which was a town having any thing.
High School Building during the school
The Huntington News now ap
Arbitration has been agreed upon synopsis of the facts stated in the
year for the purpose ot discussing edu through.
At the meeting Mr. Mast stated
encouraging,or soliciting the migrt- at Boston between carmen on the Sentinel, and there is not a state
pears with its “ patent inside” inside
I ikna A nderson , Pies.
tion or importation of any contract elevated railway and company rep ment in either of these that is un that the board was offering the and its home print outside, so that
E dna M inakd , Sec.
Thursday evening Leach was called
laborer into the Uuited States shall resentatives. A threatened strike fair or unjust to anybody, nor to any tracts submitted by the people own in the future subscribers won’t have
O KEEL KLUB—A business men's in and told that his presence would
ing them, and the choice of a tract
forfeit and pay for every Buch offense has thus been averted.
social organization. Hall in Laird’ s
tract that was offered. They simply was up to the voters, that he had to read the ready print if they don’t
no longer be tolerated in that place
building, Second street.
the sum of one thousand dollars,
A. J. H iikrwood , Pics.
By uuanimous consent the Senate analyzed the situation and left it up no axe to grind and lhat whatever want to.
and he was told that he must make
which may be sued for and recover
F red S ladle , Sec.
passed a bill making the Oregon to the voters to choose what they the majority decided on would be
his get-away by a p. m. Friday.
Machinery has been arriving for
ed by the Uuited States, or by any
o m m e r c i a l t k U k « J . B. Nonio«
lands withdrawn or classified as oil pleased, which they did.
the construction work on the Valley
satisfactory to him.
/ President; J. C. S a rii.E, Secretary
person who shall first bring his ac
subject to eotry under the home
One or two persons who are op
around thai 'his edict would be re
Mr. Sherwood stated that he did A Siletz Railroad, which ia to be
tion therefor in bis own name and
stead or desert land laws.
posing the site selected by the vot not agree with those who thought built from Independence to the
sisted, and action was at once taken
for his own beuefil, including any
l'R A I N S —Leave, south bound H.ûOn. to make such resistance futile. Ac such alien thus promised labor or
The commisioDer of weights and ers, have stated that they had no no purchase should he made at this Siletz basin and later to the New
I 1 1 1 . and 3:00 p. m. North hound cordingly, all business houses closed
particular objection to a school time, and for his part he thought port country.
service of any kind as aforesaid, as measures at New York has seized
it) :40 a. m. and 4:40 p. m.
house on the north side, but they we ought to select a site now, that
at 1:30 and the mills at Bandon
debts of like umouut are now recov
» O A T S — Six boats plying on the Co- were also closed, while four or five
were going to beat Barrow if they we could buy cheaper now than we to the City Council and asked them
ed in the courts of the United States Wenatchee, Wash. The boxes were
B » c quille river afford ample aecor-mo-
could possibly do so. Any trick or could again.
In the face ot these to vacate the street east of the pres
ilation lor cairying freight and p- ancii hundred men came to the deck to see and separate suits may be brought found to have false bottoms.
gers to Randon and way points. Boa.e that Leach left
scheme to Eieat Barrow seems to be facts it is self-evident that the price ent school building.
At the appoint
for each alien thus promised labor
leave at 7:30, 8:30, 9:20 and 9:^0
Seven railroads operating in Min the slogan. Now I will leave it to
ed time he showed up at the dock,
According to these gentlemen it
was thoroughly understood by
and at 1 :00, 3 :30 and 4 :45 p. tr.
or service of any kind as aforesaid. nesota have completed the new
have been right and legal to
PAGE—J. L. Laird, proprietor. De-
And it shall be the duty of the dis schedule of rates thus abiding by
has any desire to be fair and honest the price comes with poor grace, vacate Ihe street east of the present
S -J parts 5 :3 0 p. m. lor l( ischurg via river on the steamer Dora, accom
trict attorney of the proper district the terms of the Uunited States
Myrtle Point,carrying the United S:a''.o
in his or her expression of opinion, especially ftom bright, intelligent building but it is wrong and illegal
panied by body guard enough to
mail and pa«engers.
to prosecute every such case when Supreme Court in the famous Min
to state whether this is the proper business men who took part in the to vacate the street in the Barrow
see that lie did not suffer a change
brought by the United States.
lyO STO FFlC E.—A. F. Linegar, pOSt-
nesota rate cases.
spirit that should govern our actions election. Now please, gentlemen and Strang tract. This is strange
I master. Tile mails close as luliows: of heart. He did, in (act, attempt
SEC. 6 That it shall be unlaw
Myrtle Point 8:40 a. in. and 2:35 p. in. to leave the boat at a landing ou the
Moving picture films have been in any public business. Is personal don’t make such a wry face over the logic, yet it is the exact position in
ful and deemed a violation of sec
Marshfield 10:15 a. ni. and 4:15 p. m.
made of the scenery on the Colum spite or hatred of one man against things you yourselves took part in which these gentlemen stand.
Bandon and way points, Norway and way up. hut was dissuaded.
tion four of this Act to assist or en
Arago 12:45 p. m. Eastern mail 4:45
bia river along the line of Ihe another, the true and proper mo doing. Besides, kindly remember
Suppose the majority vote on
courage the importation or migra
a. m. Eastern mail arrives 10: a. m.
Portland and Seattle rail tive to control our actions in public lhat the very gentlemen who pre March 12th had been lor the Park
cairying all they could comfortably tion of any alieu by promise of em
hold, artived at this city from ployment through advertisements way and they will be exhibited all matters that effect the whole public? tended to E»e fighting the Barrow block, or either of the other tracts,
City and County O fficers
I will go tarlher than that, is it the and Strang tract on account of the and suppose we, Strang and Barrow
Marshfield with a delegation of printed and published in any foreign over this country and Europe.
Mayor................................. A. T. Morrison
motive to control our actions price, are the very men who want and our friends had resorted to
R ecorder............................J. 8. Lawrence Marshfield and Notlh Bend busi country; and any alien coming to
According to reports current in
’R. H. Mast ness and professional men, their ar
at any time? Can we ever expect ed the Park Block and voted to pay every trick and scheme possible to
this country in consequence of such Spokane, the Chicago, Milwaukee
City Attorney.................. L. A. Liljeqvist
In their estimation it defeat the will of the majority, as
P. M. Hall-Lewis rival being the first iatimation of an advertisement shall be treated and St Paul has bought the Coeur or hope to build up a town, a thriv $5500 for it.
. C. A. Evernden many here that there was some
ing community, or a successful would have been all right to pay is being done against us? Would
Night Marshal.................... John Hurley
A crowd quickly ment as contemplated in section two d’Alene, Idaho in order to control school by such methods? No! A $5500 for one block of their partic tnese gentlemen have thought we
Water Superintendent S. V. Epperson thing doing.
Fire C h ie :.................
Walter Oerding gathered on First street, and as the
thousand times no! One of our ular choice: hut it is perfectly were doing right? Would they
of this Act, ami the penalties impos its large output. The sale price is
Conncilmen —D. D. Pierce. C. T. Skeels
papers had an excellent article not awfully, just horrid to pay only consider that we were acting like
W. C. Laird, G. O. Leach, W. H. Ly time approached for the arrival of ed by section 5 of this Act shall he said to have exceeded $2,000,000.
ons, Leo .1. Cary. Regular meetings of the boat, a procession was formed
long since on this very subject. $500 more for two good blocks that fair honest men? Not on your lile!
applicable to such a case.
first and third Mondays each month.
And the old school board in a sign do not happen to E>e their personal They would have spoken of us as
and about 200 men. led by an old
Hale Buys the Royal
articled which they published choice.
dishonest and unfair. Then let these
Justice of the Peace
J. J. Stanley soldier bearing the American flig
Ned C. Kelley marched down to the dock. On the
gentlemen be fair and just toward
Charles C. Hale, who was associ
ever to recover from her present em
They have no right to do
arrival ol the boat, Leach was quick
The annual meeting of the Co
............... John T. Hall
barrassing situating in the matter of who will take the trouble to notice ' things against us, that they would
Commissioners- -W. T. Dement, Gee. J. ly led to the automobile which await quille Library Association lor the theater some months ago, has re
ed him on First street. There was election of officers and such other turned to the city and has bought school accomodation, some of us as they come up the river, or trom j condemn us for doing against them.
will have to set aside small personal Marshfield on the train, will observe What is just and right for one is
....... ...................W. W. Gage no show ol violence, nor of resist- I business as may come betore it will out Mr. Miller being now sole own
and cast our ballots for : that the site purchased by the dis- just and right for the other.
T. M. Dimniick ance. Leach presented the appear
be held at the Recorders office er of the plat house. He intends to
T. J. Thrift
Ravmond E. Baker
Monday evening, July 21, at 3 p. m. make extensive improvements in
A. N. Gould tall, clean shaven and with consid
S u rv e y o r
do to you.”
All we ask is fair
As this is a matter of public interest the Royal, especially in the machine did this at a fair, honest open elec-1 COunty, overlooking as it does, the
K. E. Wilson
He will install a Compense j tion held on the 12th of last March entire valley to the west, and! south honest treatment and a "square
Dr. Walter Culin erable intelligence and culture. His in which every citizen has a voice room
deal.” If there is any thing wrong
complexion was very sallow and all are urged to attend and take arc, practically doubling the power But some of the gentleman seem to t0 tbe Rogue river mountains
One 0tber point, the vacation of in this, we will he thankful to any
he evidently had hinself well in ■ part in the proceedings.
of the light and showing the pic- ! have forgotten this OctoE»er state-
hand and put up a good semhlence
tures in ranch better shape than is ment. What short memories some tbe , trK (. The vt.ry men who are one who will kindly show us where
R. S. KNOW LTON,
of perfect composure, though his
pos'-ibte with the present apparatus. otherwise very good people have. , leaders in opposing the vacation of in the wrong lies.
expression was of a decided hang
He will still use the independent 1 Another thought along the line the street in the Barrow and Strang
DR. B. K. LEÂCÏ LEAVES US
After a few minutes1
Paid the printer lately ?
service of pictures.
of this personal hatred of me by two'tract, are the very ones who went
C. R. Barrow