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COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEM BER 9, 1913.
VOL. 32, NO. U
fraternal and Benevolent Orders
PER YEAR $1.50
OREGON NEWS GOOD ROADS PLAN WORKED CUT SVNOPSIS OF
m m EVENTS
F. a A. M .-K e*uU r nii-etinii ol
. Chadwick Lodge Nd. 0« A. F. A A.
Boosters Get Together and Come to Agreement on Apportionment of Funds,
M at Masonic Hall, every s* urday
night in each month on or before the
Only to be Turned Down by County Court—No Election Called
C. W. E m iccjr, W M.
R. U . M art , Secretary.
E. 8.—Regular meeting of lleulah
The Good Roads meeting held at dropping of the trunk line to the 1 nd, pointing out that the proposed be carried, and that if the issue
. Chapter No. 6. «scorni and .fourth
the city hall here last Tuesday outside, a change of front, and he road from Tenmile would come in were forced it would mean county
Friday evenings of each month, in Ma
Tranapiring in Oregon Boiled evening resulted in an agreement thought that the people would get at Glasgow, opposite old North
sonic Hall. E va B a k s o w , ...
division for Douglas: while all the
Down to Least Number of to ask the county court, in case i out of patience with the whole mat- Bend, where a ferry passage of northern part ol the county was
J o seph in e G. P eopi . e s , Nee.
Linea and Y e t Make the tbat $440,000 bouds should be ter. As a plan on which sufficient eleven minutes would put the trav strong for a road down the Ump
Lodge So. 53,1. O.
I . O. O. O. F., F.—Ooquille
voted, to apportion the money as voters to carry the bonds might be eler ou this side He was interrupted qua to its mouth, which would
meets every Sstnrday night Subject Understood.
n Odd Fellows Hall.
follows: $100,000 from Bandon to expected to unite, he proposed that by Joe Schilling, of Myrtle Point, open up a rich territory all the way
C. H. CutAVEa, N. G.
J. S. I.AWHENCE, Sec.
Bend elected a woman treasurer Curry county line; $70,000 from the money he expended from Bandon a former resident of the Tenmile and would tie all within Douglas
A m T e RE BEK A H LODGE. No. 20 Lebanon elected a woman record- Teumile to Coos Bay at Glasgow; to the Curry county line and from country, with questions as to the county. In case this road were
I. O. O. F.. m ets every second and
and the balance of $270,000 between the Douglas county line on the exact route to be followed by the built, the 21 miles of Tiumile road
fourth Wednesday nights ill Odd Fellows er.
Bridge and Marshfield, building Middle fork “ toward Marshfield.” road. As the professor stuttered a would form part of the trunk line
K h ily H khsey . N. G,
Troutdale elected a woman may-
qjob Printing — N e w presses
new material and experienced
worlunen. A guarantee that
Herald printing will please.
EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK
THE NEWS IN TABLOID FORM
Condensed for the Quick A s
similation of Busy Men and
W omen— General Round-
Up of a W ide Scope
Girls are being dratted into the
The last ship from Nome this
season arrived at Seattle on the 3rd
simultaneously from Marshfield to Why he expected the voters of the little over this, Mr. Cole, of Ten- to connect with it.
President Wilson advocates a
ward Coquille, from Coquille to Bay section to support a plau that mile, jumped into the breach and
As the discussion proceeded it direct primary for presidential can
The town of Rogue River has ward Marshfield and from Bridge would give Bandon all she wants gave the infotmation asked for.
seemed as though Bandon, as rep didates.
gone dry by a vote of 61 to 36.
toward Myrtle Point and Coquille. and would not cause the expendi When Mr. Schilling sneeringly re resented by Messrs. Treadgold and
President Wilson read bis annual
This was undoubtedly the best ture ol a dollar outside of the Co marked that it would bankrupt Topping, was unalterably opposed
Much tile is being shipped from
the county to get the grade that to any recognition of the Tenmile message to a packed house last
proposition that would have met quille valley he did not state.
the plant north of Monmouth.
The question was now plainly Cole said was obtainable, Mr. Cole project, while North Bend was Tuesday.
the approval cf the meeting, and an
In a “ mural crusade" at Astoria
agreement was only arrived at alter beiore the meeting, and the ques made a retort that turned the laugh equally determined that no plan
Germany baa come to her milk
*3 indictments have been returned
a very thorough and animated dis tion was, whether the Tenmile pro on Joe and put him hors du com should be adopted that would leave and will exhibit at the Panama-
bV the 8 rand i urV-
Amendments and Pacific exposition.
es, has appointed cussion of the whole situation, con ject should be iecognized or not bat for the rest of the evening.
Geo. P. Topping, of Bandon, substitutes for Dr, Bartle’s motion
tinuing over two hours and partici The main fight on this was carried
A corn show held at Oclfax,
a commission of 11 to draft remedi pated in by delegates from all parts on between Bandon on one side made quite a lengthy address, re
having accumulated until a hopeless Wash., the first west of the rookies,
al measures lor the election laws of the county except Marshfield.
and North Bend on the other.
tangle was presented, the whole was a grand success.
Over 200 men were present in
A Portland business man was re
business w»s laid ou the table and
A cloud burst at Belton. Texas,
cently fined forty bucks for making the council chamber when Mayor
a fresh start was made with a new
misrepresentations in his advertis Morrison, president of the Good
motion embodying the same plan, last week caused much damage and
Roads Association,rapped for older,■
to which Mr. Treadgold at once ot five or more deaths.
about half of these being local
fered an amendment cutting ou<
Horizontal plumes that tickle
The fifteen saloons of Salem are
people who were interested in
Tenmile, and the same ground was the ooses ot others can not t>e worn
closed, pending the court decision
the good road movement or were
gone over again. When it seemed by women in Chicago hereafter.
on the validity of the recent elec
attracted by curiosity “ to see the
that a deadlock was emmineut and
General Porfirio Diaz has been
fun.” They were not disappointed
tempexywas beginning to be shown, transferred from the retired list of
Exhibits from five state agricul in the expectation of a lively session.
Colonel Rosa, one of the Bandon the Mexican army to the active list.
ture colleges will be seen al the The main question at issue was the
delegates, took the floor and stated
Senator Chamberlain belives that
livestock show in Portland this embodiment of some provision for
that while his colleague! might not bis bill to reduce the expense of ap
the Teumile country in the recom-
agree with him he thought that the peals to the Supreme Court of the
The Monmouth and Indepen meudatiou to the county court as to
Tenmile people were entitlee to U. S will pass.
dence bands have consolidated un where the money should be expend
He said that
The Illinois Central Railway
der the name of the Polk County ed. The fact developed very eatly
North Hend was certainty entitled
will use automobile horns instead
in the discussion that the North
to consideration and as she threw
of whistles on all trains operated
Portland dogs are happy; the Bend and Tenmile delegates were
her whole weight for the Teumile
within the city limits of Chicago.
muzzeling ordinance baa been re here to see that Tenmile was taken
project he thought it should he em
Mrs. Psukburst was arrested sii-l
voked an a Christmas present for care of, and that Bandon was deter
O ba X. M auby . G. N.
bodied in the plan adopted. Show
V ary A . Piaaca. C lerk.
iutu jail ou h er a rriv a l "i
ing a disposition to be fair, Ibis re
from this country and -In
— A R M F itsllN IO N .—Regular meet Bids of better than par were of apportioned to the Tenmile region.
stored the good humor of the dele
ings second and fourth Saturdays in
at once commenced a hunger and
each month in W. 0 . W. Hall.
F rank B crkholokk , Pres. nicipal dock bonds, bearing 5 per deadlock and a free fight, and there
that an agreement was possible.
0 . A. M intonyb . Sec.
The Idaho authorities have or
The second bnuch of resolutions
the banishment of the finger
r a t e r n a l a id no . 398, meets the
,ecpnd and fourth Thursdays each A constitutional amendment for good old Colonel Rosa, who put in
bowl from all railroads, hotels, res
month at W. O. W. Hall.
a word at the right lime to show
M rs . C has . E vlano . Pres.
the table, Dr. Bartle again came to taurants and cafes in that state, on
M bs . L ora H abkington . Sec. resources will be placed before the the Bay delegates that any disposi
the (rent with a modification of his sanitary grounds.
voters at the next election.
tion to ingore their just claims
Wm. Pendergrsst, of New York,
original motion, raising the Ban
La Grande,now under commission
Educational Organizations and CluLs
would not be unanimous.
dou nppropiiatton to $100,000 and one of the founders of the Progres
cutting Teumile down to $70,- sive party, has formally withdrawn
LEAGUE—Meets monthly at the J. Lafky, of Salem, as city manager, President Morrisson, in opening
the meeting, made a short talk out
High School Building during the school at a salary of $200 per month.
Mi. Treadgold at once from that organization and returned
year for the purpose ot discussing edu
lining the object of the meeting and
offered his amendment, giving to the O. O. P. fold. •
Another railroad has filed articles urging that every effort be made to
R ena A bdbrson , Pies.
Bandon $100,000 and the bal
One thousand suffrage delegates
of incorporation, its declared object reach a satisfactory agreement on
E dna M inako , Sec.
ance to the route from Bridge to closed in on the capítol at Washing
O KEEL KLUB—A business men’s
which all could unite, and one
Marshfield This brought Mr, Cole ton last Wednesday to urge the
social organization. Hall in Laird’s from Grants Pass to Crescent city. which would receive the support of
to hi« feet with the heated assurance creation of a standing committee on
building, Second street.
Salem has passed an amendment the voters.
A. J. S hbbwood . Pres.
He conceded that the
that $70,000 lor Teumile was the women suffrage iu the House.
F red S lagle , 8 e..
to the city charter forbidding the amount of money which would be
least be would stand for and ii any
The sehoontr Eldoredo, which
CLUE . E. NOBtON licensing of saloons, and the liquor available now would Dot he suffici
one thought that Tenmile could sailed from Portland April 1 for
President; J. C.
~ S ajage , Secretary Interests will fighHt in the courts. ent for the road improvement wbich
not defeat the bond issue he had Antofogasta, was wrecked and
Six hundred people from outside is imperatively needed, but he stat
another think coming.
abauponed in midocean, but the
Finally, the amendment was put crew escaped and have just been
RAINS—Leave, south bound 9:00 a. the city attended the big booater ed that a movement was on foot to
m. and 3:W) p. in. North bound meeting in Roaeburg last week. amend the law so that road bonds Photo by American Press Association.
to a vote and overwhelmingly lost, heard from.
,0:40 a. m. and 4:40 p. m.
- ____ “Stop in Oregon,” was the slogan could be issued to the amount of 5
EAD Y for a fight or a frolic on the Mexican border, Uncle Sam equipped and the original resolution was a-
Nils Nordin, of the U. S. Coast
OATS— Six boats plying on the Co- adopted.
per cent of the assessed valuation,
himself with armored aeroplanes for scouting purposes. Brigadier dopted.
quille river afford ample accor.imo-
and Geodetic survey, was marooned
General Carter Is here shown seated at the left with Lieutenant Milt
President Morrison asked the
The " Portland railway companies
dation lor carrying freight and pteeen
ing In one of theee machines. The picture was taken at Texas City, 1
on Carrol island off the mouth of
Boats have been granted a temporary in- enable us to complete the trunk tented city
of the meeting, whether the
eave at 7:30, il:30, 9:20 and 9:f
the Ozette river by the recent storms
pose In patrolling the border, covering distance that would otherwise be Impos campaign should be conducted by
' “ 3 ‘ :30
junction against the ordinance re- line system now contemplated.
and at 1:00,
an.l 4 :45 p. “ ir..
and the revenue service had a hard
sible to watch without many details of soldiers. General Carter was particu
the Good Roads organization as a
r~AGE—J. L. Laird, proprietor. De- cently passed ordering them to sell
larly proud of his aerial corps and learned himself how to fly. Lieutenant MUi-
time to rescue him.
the floor as the first speaker.
He tng is one of the crack aviators of the army.
O parU 5:30 p. m. for lioscbuig via six car tick ets for 25 cents.
whole or whether each district
Myrtle Point,carrying the United States
A plan to guarantee deposits in
thought that as we have no positive
would take care of its own propo-
A new ruling by the Industrial
mail anil paseitger«.
National banks may tie made part
assurance as to what Douglas coun-
ganda. It was the opinion of the
jOSTOFFICE —A. F. Liuegar, post- Com m ission effects office help and
master. The mails close as follow : provjdes that a w eek ’s work for ty is going to do we would better Bandon was determined that Ten- roads, and counseling the meeting delegates that the latter plan would of the Baoking act, as it is looked
upon favorably by the treasury of
Myrtle Point 8:40 a. m. and 2:35 p. m. r
leave the connections with the out mile should be cut out; North Bend that it would be necessary to frame
Marshfield 10:15 a. m. and 4:15 p. m. women must not exceed 51 hours, side to be settled later and devote repeatedly endorsed the Bandon up something that would meet the be perterable.
The president then appointed ficials— though they call it “ insure”
Bail.Ion and way points, Norway ami or their month’s wages be less than
Arago 12:45 p. m. Eastern mail 4:45 $40.
attentiou at present to our own project but made it plain that no j approval of the voters He told of Messrs. Simpson, Tower. Topping, instead of "guarantee.”
a. m. * Eastern mail arrives 10: a. m.
roads. He brought up the Tenmile agreement could be reached that the large traffic that passes over Stemmier and Weekly as a commit
Reports from Middle Western
About the first of the year 1914
project and stated that one-tenth of did not provide for the district the road between Bandon and Cur tee to wait upon the county court cities wbich were badly tied up in
C ity and County O fficers
the Southern Pacific company will
the population ol the country resid north of the Bay. No thieats were ry county, and said that while
the recent blizzard, show that mo
Mayor ..........................A. T. Morrison replace the present steam train ser ed north of the Bay and were prac indulged in at this stage of the pro- there might be moie auto travel the next morning.
Late? developments have shown tor fire apparatus traveled through
Recorder ............. -......J - «• Lawrence vice on the new P. E. and E. line
Treasurer..................................'k. H. Mast
•now drifts when horse-drawn ap
tically without roads
He stated ceedings but it was easy to be seen over some of the other roads none
City Attorney..................L. A. Liljeqvist between Eugene and Corvallis with that it had been estimated that to that the Bay delegates would not could compare with that one tn the that all was love's labor lost, as the paratus was hopelessly stalled.
county court denied the petition
Engineer....... ................ P- M. Hall-Lewis a gasoline motor car.
Marshal............................. C. A. Evernden
construct the hard surface road stand for the elimination of the matter of freighting.
One thousand dollars reward is
and refused to call the election
Night Marshal......................John Hurley
The Master Game Warden and
L- A Liljeqvist thought that the The reason given was that the offered by the directors of the Palo
Water Superlntendent.... 8 . V. Epperson the Master Fish Warden of the needed to give that section relief Teumile project.
Fire Chiei.......................... Walter Oerding
Mayor Simpson made a good money should be expended on the
would cost at least $150,000, hut he
Councilmen—D. D, Pierce, C. T. Skeels state propose that the affairs of conceded that it would not be prac talk in advocacy of the claim ot the Bandou road and on the Middle number of qualified Dames on the Verde Valley Bank, of Blythe, Cal.,
petition was insufficient. This was for the capture, dead or alive, of
W. C. Laird, O. O. Leach, W. H. Ly their departments shall move right
ons, Leo J. Carv. Regular meetings
ticable to apportion that much to people in the northern end of the Fork trunk line. He thought Ten- figured out by working the mix-up two robbers who killed A. W.
first and third Mondays each month. along, in spite of West’s attempt to that use. Of the road from Bandon county. He told what the North mile should do as other parts of ihe
over the registration law and throw Bowles, cashier, and escaped with
put them out of business.
'to the Curry county line, he said Bend people were doing toward county had done and tax herself ing out all signatures wbich did $5000.
tustiee of the Peace ........J. J. Stanley
A ship arrived at Vancouver, B that all conceded that to be a neces providing for a hard surface road lor her own road outlet.
Constable...........................Ned C. Kelley
not come under the strict provis
The Canadian Homestead Com
A. J. Sherwood said that the ions of the latest interpretation of
C., last week with 1,250,000 sity, and he proposed that $90,000 to Sunset Bay, at their own ex-
pany is a concern that has Eieen
Jounty Judge........................John T. Hall pounds of New Zealand butter, of be apportioned to that work He pense. stating that while the heavi- great need was a good road out of
the statute. This threw out on a operating in
Commissioners—W. T. Dement, Geo. J.
which 22,400 pounds was lor the moved that $90,000 be expended est taxpayer in the district, with the county, and he thought the technicality the names ol many men
one man who put up $200 to
............... James Watson Portland market. The same ship Irom Bandon to the Curry county the company be represents, he was money should be spent in obtain
whose right to vote is as well estab be appointed agent and has heard
ih eriff'Z Z ................. - ......... w. W. Gage
line, $100,000 from Tenmile to the heartily in favor of the plan. He ing such an outlet.
------------T. M. Dknmtck brought 22,400 dozen eggs.
lished as that of any member of the nothing from the company since
T. J. Thrift
School Supt................Raymond E. Baker Tke state Game and Fish com Bay and the balance between Bridge wished that whatever recognition E. D Sperry advocated the same county court, but it kills the road tears that he has Eieen buncoed.
North Bend might be entitled to idea
Surveyor................ ............... - A . N .G oo Id mission, the state Game Warden, and Marshfield.
________ ____F. E. Wilson the Master Fish Warden and the G. T. Treadgold, ol Bandon, was should be given to the Tenmile H. C. Diers, of North Bend, told scheme temporarily nevertheless
Miss Margaret Wilson, the presi
What the next move will be has
Health Officer ............ Dr. Walter Culm
oldest daughter, is chairman
rest of the Fish commission’s ma
not yet been determined.
of the Washington branch of the
chinery have gone into a state of tion to the fact that it would be don’s claim to a share of the money. he understood it. He said that 65
The Enterprise states that O. H. “ Spugs,” Society for the Preven
Societies will g et the very best
Professor Raab, principal of the per cent ot the population of Doug
coma, through the refusal of the necessary to adopt some plan that
and Jack Hogan will put tion ot Useless Giving.
governor to fiill vacancies made by
I just after her sister received $250,-
at the office of Coquille Herald
000 of brida) presents.
is placed on a business like basis. internal system of roads and the tn*P and explained the lay of the ^the Camas valley road could never the North fork.
A n n ie L aw b e n c e . Sec.
O o q u il l e e n c a m p m e n t , no . 25
U 1. O. O. F., meets the first and third
Thursday nights in Odd Fellows Hall.
J. 8. B aeton . 0 .
J. s . L aw bbn ce , Sec.
ig h t s o f pY TH iA s.-L ycurgus
K n Lodge
No. 72, meets Tuesday nights
In W. O. W. Hall.
R. R. W atbon , K „ R. H 8.
O. A. _____
M intonyb , C. C.
P Y T H IA N S IS T E R S - Justus Temple
l No. 35, meets flret and Third Mon-
day nights' Mss.
Ö. W. Hall.
G e > koe D a v is , M. E. G.
M e s . F red L inegab . K. of K.
M EN — Coauitta Tribe No. 46 , 1 .
O. R. M., meets every Friday night
in W 0 . W. Hall.
J. «. B arton , Sachem.
A. P . M ill e r , C. ol R-
W. A .— R e gu la r m eetin gs of Rea-
. ver Camp No. 10.560 in M. W. A.
Hall, Front street, first and third Sat
urdays in each M. month.
O. H a w k in s , Consul.
R. B. R ogers , V. 0.
N ed 0 . K elley , Clerk.
A.— Regular meeting of Laurel
. Camp No 2972 at M. W. A . Hall,
Front street, second and lourth Tues
day nights in each month.
M ary K ern , Oracle.
E dna K e l l e y , Rec.
. 1 1 7 O. W.—Myrtle Camp No. 197.
W . meets every Wednesday at 7:30
p. m at W. O. W. Hall.
Lee Currie, C. C.
J ohn L enbve . Sec.
CIRCLE No. 214,
meets second and fourth Monday
nights in W. O. W. Halt.
General Carter as an Arm y Air
Scout on the Mexican Border