Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917, March 24, 1914, Image 1

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    IJTKc Herald, the old estab­
lished reliable newspaper of
the Coquille V alley in which
an “ ad” always brings resnltr.
V O L . 32,
T he C oquille
C O Q U IL L E , C O O S C O U N T Y ,
N O . 26
FROM THF NATIONAL CAPITAL
O R E G O N . T U E S D A Y , M A R C H 24, 1914.
TO MAKE OREGON DRY
tjljob Printing— N ew presses
new materia! and experiei ted
workmen. A guarantee that
Herald printing will please
P E R Y E A R $1.50
out to them that there are big and
pected that headquarters will be
dangerous holes tu the legislation
< yened probably at Portland or
they have contemplated. Therefore
Seattle, The details of this are not
Fraternal and Benevolent Orders
The present Of Interest to Those Who
; Event« of Interest Reported changes will follow in accordance Whole Power of National Organization to be Concentrated finally determined
K. A A. M. — Regular meetinu of
Patronize the Movies
plan is that the literature campaign
with the President’s plan before the
on This State—Spellbinders by the Dozen
For The Herald
. Chadwick Lodge No. 68 A. F. & A.
will
be
managed
by
William
E.
hills
are
passed
in
the
House.
M.. at Masonic Hull, every Saturday
The Vitagraph Company lias
night in each month on or before the
J .'hnson, who cquired the sobri­
(By J. K Jones)
BEEF AND TH E C A T T L E TICK
full moon.
D. D. P ikkck , W. M.
The Anti Saloon League of Amer­ the “ big guus” that will take part
opened
the” Vitagraph Theater” on
quet of “ Pussyfoot'' during his five
R. H. M ast , Secretary. i F R O M T H E G A L L E R Y OK T H E H O U S E
During a debate in the House it ica, whose headquarters and gener­ in the Oregon fight
Others who
Broadway New York, for the show­
years’
as
ch
ii!
.
f
the
United
Stales
U, s.—Regular meeting of Beulah
Conditions were somewhat nor­ was claimed by southern statesmen al publishing house is in Wester­ will come to Oregon to take a hand
I idian Servi e for the suppression ing of Vitagraph films exclusively,
. Chapter No. 6, second Bnd fourth
Friday even inns of eacli month, in Ma­ mal upon that Saturday afternoon who spoke for a large appropriation ville, Ohio, has determined to throw in the fracas lot the national organ­ of the liquor traffic among Indians, and the sign ot “ standing room
sonic Hall.
when this brief story was gathered to be used in fighting the cattle tick, the whole power of its organization ization are Rev. Dr. Purley A
a id who is well known in the In­ only” has been out at every evening
M aby A. P ikkck , W . M.
from the gallery. Out* hears con­ that the freeing of the south from to the assistance ol the Anti-Saloon Baker, general superintendent ol dian sect on of the Northwest.
A nna L awkknck Sec.,
performance.
John Bunny and
siderable about the large member this affliction would solve the prob­ League ol Oregon and the other the Anti-Saloon League; Rev. Sam
other
of
the
leading
Vitagraph
The
theory
ol
this
sort
of
thing
is
r O. O. F.—Coquille Lodge No. 53, 1. O.
1 . (). F., meets every Saturday night ship of the House of Representa­ lem of the beef supply. Represents organizations cooperating with it Small, of Georgia; Rev. George W. that when any state is engaged in a actors have been appearing in per-
ii Odd Fellows Hall.
Morrow, of Michigan; Ernest H.
tives. and I counted the occupants tive Young of Texas says that the for a dry Oregon this year.
contest for statewide Prohibition, all sou for short talks. Five and six
C. H. C leavkb , N. G.
At the national convention ot the Cherrington, general manager of
of
the benches and to tnd that all government has made the discovery
J. 8. l.AWKKNCK, Sec.
of the other states, acting through reel feature pictures are being shown
that there is a remedy by which the League held at Columbus, Ohio, the publishing interests of the Anti-
AM IK RK BR K AH LODGE, No. 20 but 388 of the 435 members were
the national organization, come to and it is likely (hat some of these
I. O. O. K „ meets every second and present, earning the salary the gov­ southern cattle tick that infects all that bedy was completely reorgan­ Saloon League of America; Dr.
the rescue and locus the energies of will later find their way to this re­
fourt h Wednesday nights in Odd Fellows
ernment pays.
On the minority southern states can be absolutely ized. Prior to that, the national Howard H. Russell, founder of the
Hall.
E mily H kkbky , N. G,
the temperance forces of the nation mote section The Vitagraph Com­
A nnik L awkknck , Sec.
side sat twenty-three statesmen, destroyed That remedy is now be­ body was a loose feder»tion ot state original Anti-Saloon organization;
upon the particular state in question pany is absolutely the greatest pict­
without much control Rev. Edwin C. Dinwiddie, legisla
ure company in America, and per­
/' a OQUILI.E ENCAM PM ENT, N o . 25 and in the Democratic rows were ing used throughout the inlected Leagues
I. O. O. K., meets the firstand third exactly the same number, but the districts. In Texas, according to over local organization. The reorga­ tive superintendent of the League. Coquille Dairyman Will
haps the greatest in the wo’rlu. The
Thursday nights in Odd Fellows Hall.
hoodoo was saved the majority by Mr. Young, there are more than nized body is a compact machine,in Washington. D. C ; William E.
J. S. B abton , C. ?.
Milk By Electric Power Edison Company is a fairly close
J. S.L awkknck , Sec.
counting the illustrious occupant of 7,000,000 head of cattle “ below the which all of the state organization Johnson,lormerly chief officer of the
second, but none of the others can
In vain I looked for quarantine line.” The government becomes departments of the nation United States Indian Service, now
NIGHT8 OF P Y T H IA S .—Lycurgus the Chair.
J. N. Jacobson has made arrange­ reach a hailing distance.
Lodge No. 72, meets Tuesday nights the celebrities of Congress, and on­ has declared that none of these cat­ al organization
This reorganiza­ editor of the New Republic and ments wiih the Oregon Power Co.to
The Vitagraph is fortunate uow,
in W. O. W. Hall.
ly Mann, the Republican leader, tle can be shipped until they have tion becomes effective 011 June 1. managing editor of the thirty odd install a 2 horsepower motor at his (or more probably it is a case of
R. R. W atson , K R. 8.
O. A. M intonyk , C. C.
with his bristly beard was there been freed from the tick pest; and The country is divided into sixteen periodicals of the League; and the dairy a mile east of town, from good management) in liaviug the
ly Y T I II A N SISTERS-Justus Temple As a matter of fact most of our best not only are these 7,000,000 Texas
which he delivers milk to biB city brightest constellation ol temale
1 No. 35, meets first and Third Mon­
exhibits have stayed at home as the cattle held out of the market, tut
customers The motor will be used stars ever shown by a film company.
day nights in W. 0. W. Hall.
Mss. G kokok D avis , M. E. C.
result of the last election. After a there are likewise held from the
to furnish power for a milking ma­ With Norma Talmndge, Cl ira Kim­
M rs . F kkd L inkuar , K. of R.
John Skelton W i l l i a m s , E x p e r t
while Champ Clark strode down commerce of the world from 700,000
chine, and Mr. Jacobson will be the ball Young, Anita Stewart,Dorothy
ED M EN—Coanille Tribe No. 46, 1. the asile, thus gratifying the hun­ to 1.200,000 head in each of the
first in this vicinity to milk biscows Kelly,Mary Charleson, Edith Storey
In the Intricacies of Banking
O. R. M., meets every Friday night
gry eyes of the tourists. It was his other southern states of the Union
by electricity. The milk will be Margaret Gibson and Myrtle Gon­
In W. 0. W. Hall.
J. S. B arton , Sacbem.
sixty-fourth birthday, and a few With the splendid grazing grounds
cODvey6<l from the milking machine zales, the last three being now with
A. P. M ii . i . kr , C. of R.
hours before he had pawed the air and the cheap lands of the south,
to the bottles in which it is to be the Western branch, they have a
W. A. —Regular meetings of Bea- with terrible denunciation of some the extermination of the tick will,
delivered without being exposed to bunch of young players every one
• ver Camp No. 10.550 in M. W. A .
Hall, Front street, first and third Sat­ college professor who had made a it is declared, result in a sufficieul
the air or anv chance to be pollut­ of whom is beautiful, talented and
urdays in each month.
very foolish charge that the Speaker meat supply to take care of the de­
ed by dirt or germs. It will also be charming. When you see a Vita­
C. D. H udson , Consul.
had falsely counted a vote in order mand This is emphatized by the
scDt. when desired, to the separator graph you are sure of seeing a favo­
Li. H. I rvine , Clerk.
through vacuum tubes, insuring per­ rite in the leading role. As for the
N. A.— Regular meeting of Laurel to further the interests of his party. fact that it appears to have been
. Camp No. 2972 at M. W. A . Hall, So far as Washington ts concerned proven that no section can raise cat­
men players, the list of talent is too
fect cleanliness in the product
Front street, second and fourth Tues­
a formal denial by the Speaker was tle as cheaply as the south.
Mr. Jacobsou proposes to make long to mention You never see a
day nights in each month.
M ary K ern , Oracle.
absolutely unnecessary.
But we
They
his dairy a model in every respect, “ bum” Vitagraph picture.
IS ROOT TO BLAME
E dna K ki . i . ky , Rec.
are told that the country does not
aud the installation of the motor- are all good, whether setious drama
It has been discovered at Wash­
O. W .—Myrtle Camp No. 197, always think the same as Washing­
driven milking machine is oDly part or comedy, and one can not help
ington that former Secretary of
. meets every Wednesday at 7:30
ton.
of the plans he bas under way. It feeling the greatest admiration for
p. m. at W. O. W. Hall.
State Root, who now accepts Nobel
Lee Currie, C. C.
Across the room beside the chisel­ prizes, Senatorial togas, Carnegie
was uecessary to construct a branch the brains that must be at the head
J ohn L knkvk , Sec.
ed white marble desk of the Speaker soft snaps and at the same time
power liue 1500 feet long from the of the organization
V FN IN G TID K C IR C LE No. 214,
This is merely a just and volun­
main liue of ihe Ori gnu Power Co.
meeta second and fourth Monday reposed the grinning mace of legen­ stands up under more expressions
nights in W . 0. W. Hall.
dary authority. Behind the presid­ of appreciation of the extraordinary
on tho Myrtle Point road, and it is tary tribute to work ot the very
O ba X. M aury , G. N.
ing officer hung the Star Spangled ability he is supposed to possess,
expected that the new appii.nces highest class To those who haye
M ary A. P ikkck , Clerk.
Banner; ou either side of the desk than any man in the Senate; was
will be iu opeialiuii by the last of paid little attention to the make of
ARM ERS U M O N — Regular meet­
this week
pictures they see we strougly advise
ings second and fourth Saturdays in were the pictures of Washington the first to discover that all nations
each month in W. O. W. Hall.
and LaKayette, and a frieze by should be treated alike in the ad­
that they watch particularly lor the
F rank B urkholder , Pres.
Fun With Wild Hogs
Brumidi showed Washington and ministration of Panama Canal tolls
Vitagraph posters. We ate fortu­
O. A. M intonyk , Sec.
Cornwallis in conference at York- England wou!d” never have thought
nate here in that a large proportion
R ATE R N AL AID N o . 398, meeta the
E, L. White, Jas. aDd Jesse Sut­
of
the service is made up of the
second and fourth Thursdays each town
of it had it not been lor Root ” The
ton had bd exciting experience last Vitagraph pictures.'
month at W. O. W. Hall.
Representative Lever of South latest announcement is that Root
M rs . C hab . E vland , Pres.
Saturday catching hogs, says the
M rs . L ora H arrington , Sec. Carolina was making a speech in has a new canal act ready in case
Port Orford Tribune. The swine Perpetual Laying Machines
which he suggested the colloqual the Administration plan, which the
were tame oneB that had gone wild,
Educational Organizations and Clubs “ doncher know,” in describing the
New York Solon supports, should
and were all armed with tusks from
Farmers are generally acquainted
OQ U I L L E E D U C A T I O N A L needs of the farmers.
He rouudly not be speedily enacted.
LE AG U E —Meets monthly at the
2 to 0 inchej long. Six or seven of with tht> term “perpetual laying
High School Building during the school criticised those whoiound fault with
A L A S K A COAL LEASES
them were jumped from their beds machines,” but it has uover been
year for the purpose ot discussing edu­ the Agricultural appropriation bill,
cational topics.
shout a mile east of town. The last taken very seriously. Hers is one
Alaska
and its problems is a pro­
which
was
then
under
consideration;
hKNA ALDKllBON, Pies.
one
they got alter waa an old cam­ instance win n it almost approaches
gressive
study,
aud
the
views
of
EDNA M inakd , Sec.
and in an exchange ol boquets he
paigner,
being the largest one iu the the truth.
the
Interior
Department
in
refer­
O K E E L K LU B —A busmens men’ s and Representative McLaughlin of
bunch and having tusks fully six
social organization. Hall in Laird’ s Michigan paid splendid eornpli- ence to coal leases have been em­
G. A. Henry of North Two Mile
building, Second street.
inches long. He would run until has 70 W’hite Leghorn hens of the
mente to one another, causing Rep­ bodied in bills that are now before
A. J. S herwood . Pies.
he found a place to bis liking, where J. J. Morris strain and he is getting
The Geological Sur­
F rkd S la M. k , Sec.
resentative Anderson of Minnesota Congress.
his rear was fortified, and then regularly from 55 to 65 eggB per
om m erc ia l ci,ub j . e . norion to interject inquiring remarks as to vey estimates that there are 16.000
would turn and fight the dogs off day. He feeds wheat, corn, barley,
President; J. C. S a » ac > k , Secretary
square
miles
ol
coal
bearing
lands
whether others should not be in­
and go again. One time be bayed oyster shell grit and skimmed milk
cluded tn the Alphouse-Gaston per­ in the territory. The plan is to
Transportation Facilities
Photo by A m e r i c a n Press Association.
in the hollow of a big rotten stump, to furnish the meat food. All of
lease
these
lands
in
areas
of
forty
R A IN S S—
—Leave,
Leave, south I hound 9:00 a. formance. In the rough and tum­
ITH the passage of the currency bill, iateresl was aroused In the ap­ and Mr. White climbed onto the
this feed except ttie skimmed milk
h i . and
bound ble debate one of the Congressmen acres or multiples thereof, but in
nd 3:00 p. m. Nortli
!
pointment of the comptroller of the currency. At that time the side of the stump and for some time
no
event
can
any
of
the
big
opera­
iti :40 a. m. and 4 :40 p. m.
is purchased at market prices and
position
was
vacant,
President
Wilson
having
held
off
the
appoint­
had a good deal to say about
ment. Under the uew law the comptroller of the currency Is made tried to throw the noose in a rope still a record of Ihe flock during the
OAT8— Six boats plying on the Co- ‘ ‘Io-were,’ , evidently having failed tors acquire more than 2,580 acres.
a member ex officio, with the secretary of the treasury, of the federal reserve over his head, when finally the hog
quille river afford ample accommo­
W A SH IN G TO N A N D M E XICO
past year shows that it is a big mon­
dation lor carrying freight and pessen to note the obervation of this cor­
board, which will control the new banking system. The name of John Skelton spied bis tormentor and made for
gers to Bandon amt way points. Boats respondence regarding the habits
ey maker on the investment. Around
What does Washington think Williams, assistant secretary of the treasury, wus persistently mentioned In
I eave at 7 :30, 8 :30, 9 :20 and 9 :C0 a. m.
connection with the appointment, and It was felt that the president would Hm. "Gene” was only about three Christmas time when eggs are a
and at 1:00, 3:30 biu I 4 :43 p. nr-________ of some Sentors who say ‘ To way.” about Mexico, the "independence” name him Mr. Williams is an experienced banker anil railroad man. lie has feet off the ground and couldu’t go
nickel a piece these whito “cacklers”
A man with an ear trumpet final­ of Texas, and the operations of the been In the banking business at Richmond, Va., since 1886. He was organizer
TAGE—J. L. Laird, proprietor. De­
any higher, and after making sever­ are working over time making big
aud
president
of
the
Senbourd
Air
Line.
the
“
rangers?”
Washington
rarely
parts 5:30 p. m. ior Roseburg via ly showed up, and he was pointed
al vicious slashes at him with bis money for the boss. With the mild
Myrtle Point,carrying the United Slates
out as General Sherwood, who thinks— preferring lather to follow
mail and pasengers.
________
tusks from below the hog started to weather of the Coquille valley Mr.
districts,
at
the
head
of
each
of
famous baritone singer A. M.
secured a “ dollar a day” for all the sentiment of the rest of the
OSTOFFICE.— A. F. Linegar, post­
climb up. Not fancying the looks Henry declares that there is no rea­
which
is
a
representative
and
mem
Thatcher
of
Chicago.
country.
And
since
there
is
a
master. The mails close as follows: pensioners. Then came Murdock,
and actions of the animal Gene son why hens should Dot lay almost
The
Myrtle Point 8:40 a. m. and 2:35 p. in. famous for his fiery hair and speech, studied patience throughout the her of the boerd of ttustees.
The second week in April, the
avoided a closer acquaintance by as well in winter as in summer. He
Marshfield 10:15 a. m. and 4:15 p. in.
member
of
the
national
board
from
advance squad ot national orators
Bandon and way points, Norway ami and in the public eye because of land in reference to the “ watchtng
taking a flying leap down the hill. has demonstrated that they should.
Arago 12:45 p. in. Eastern mail 4:45 bis leadetspip of the Progressives. and waiting” policy. Washington the far Northwest is Hon. Fletcher wj)i strike Oregon, and for a week
The ground was muddy and covered — Western World.
a. m. Eastern mail arrives 10: a. m.
While two or three Congressmen has not allowed itself to become Holmau. of Salem, Oregon.
the liquor interests will be chastis-
with Salal bushes, and the boys say
The heads of the Oregon state de- tised in as vigorous English as the
tried to speak at the same time, the the least whit excited because of a
City and County O fficers
that the way he went through the
Alaska Railway Bill
presiding officer energetically sup­ few fiery speeches in Congress.
partiuent of the League are Rev. J. dictionary lias words (or. Ex-Gov-
Mayor.............................A. T. Morrison
mud aud under and over the brush
- -•*- «
H. Bennett, president and Hon H. ernor Patterson and Dr. Purley A.
ported the stop watch and brought
Recorder.........................................J. 8. Lawrence
was worth seeing— anyway he made
Rules For Teacher«
Treasurer........................... 'R- H. Mast down his mallet with tremendous
L Sheldon, superintendent.
The Baker will begin their speakiug
A Washington dispatch says: The
City Attorney......
L. A. Liljeqvist
such lime that the hog gave up the
“ Public display of affection is ex­ offices of the state are located in the
thereby
murdering
tour at Ashland, April 9.
Their
conference committee on tho Alaska
Knginee-.................... P. M. Hall-Lewis “ whacks”
pursuit. The laugh however, was
tremely bud taste,” in the opinion Stock Exchange Building,Portland,
Marshal......................................... C. A. Evernden
much Congressional eloquence.
bill, o( which Senator Chamberlain
other dates are: April to, Rugene;
Night Marshal.................. John Hurley
not all on one side, as the other
of
President
Frederick
Burke
of
Meanwhile the Agricultural ap­
is chairman, has reached a complete
Water Superintendent ...8, V. Epperson
April 12, Portland; April 13, Ore­
Oregon.
boys took their turn at tree climb­
Fire Chiei..............
Walter Oerding propriation bill bowled merrily on the State Normal School at San
agreement on the conflicting House
The second week of April, the gon City; April 14, Astoria.
Counciltnen —D. D. Pierce, C. T. Skeels
ing, aud after breaking one dog's
Francisco.
In
a
bulletin
m
ule
pub­
and Senate provisions having agreed
W. C. Laird, G. O. lA:ach, W. H. Ly­ its way, acd when the abscnlees
advance guard of the national spell-
Hon
John
G.
Wooley
and
Geo.
leg and crippling another the hog
ons, Leo J-Gary. Regular meetings grew to four hundred, our little lic he forbids the following practices
upon giving full administrative con­
hinders will enter the state and con W. Morrow speak at but three finally made its escape.
first and tlAnt Mondays each month.
among
student
teachers:
party decided that it was time for
trol. The construction and opera­
duct the preliminary series of rallies, places: April 9, Corvallis; April
Kissing iu the hallways; walking
J. J. St'anjey us too, to depart
tion is placed in the hands of the
Justice of the Peace
The preliminary campaign will be j 10, Grants Pass; April 11, a(. some
Ladies
Will
Hike
to classes with arms about waists;
Ned C. Kelley
Constable .................
President with suthority to lease
F I X I N G T H E TRUST BILLS
opened by the strongest speakers al 1 point yet undetermined,
spilt skirts, low-necked blouses;
the
lines when completed, but if
A
number
of
the
ladies
of
Port
the
command
of
the
national
organi
j
Dr.
Howard’
H
Russell,
founder
Before the anti-trust bills are to beauty patches; high French heels;
John T. Hsil
County Judge
Commissioners- -W. T. Dement, Geo. J. become “ really and truly” Admin­
zation There are several ex gov- 0f the League, accompanied by Orford have gotten together and or­ leased the control is to be under
overdressed hair.
Armstrong
ernors and orators of international Prof. Thatcher, will speak at St. ganized what they term the Hiker’s the interstate commerce laws. Au­
James Watson istration measures, they are to be
Clerk
“The students of the Normal
W. W. Gage
materially doctoied under the direct School,” continues the bulletin, lame. Among them are such m»n j Johns, April 8; April 9, Albany; Club. During the rainy season they thority was granted to the Isthmian
.... T. M. Dimmick
are content to meet on Wednesday Canal Commission to deliver the
T. J. Thrift supervision ol that able physician “teach the children in their classes as Hon Malcolm R Patterson, cx Aptil 10. Roseburg; and at some
afternoons at some member's house machinery used in canal work for
Raymond E. Baker of legislation— Doctor
School Supt.
Woodrow and must preserve dignity in ap­ governor of Tennessee, ex congress point on April it
I where refreshments are served and
A. N. Gould
Rev. Small, the famous Georgia ! fancy work and tea indulged in, but use in the construction of the Alas­
................ F. E. Wilson Wilson, Fresident of the United pearance. Dignity in dress is also man and one of the foremost orators
Coroner
Dr.
Walter
Culin
Health Officer
Ex Governor evangelist enters the stale with a for the summer months they plan ka lines. It was agreed that the
States. The Judiciary Committee necessary. A teacher c a n D o t do of the entire South
of the Hou-e has been having its her best if she is wearing a slit Robert B. Glenn of North Carotin 11 series of dates begining at Baker some strenuous jaunts where poor cost of the work would not exceed
hearings, and this has resulted in skirl, a middy blouse or a beauty is another of the “ governors” who ¡city on April 8 and ending at I hubby will probably be worked in $35,000,000 and an appropriation of
ieties will get the very best
1 as lunch earlier The officers of the $1,000,000 was authorized now.
will speak in behalf of a dry Oregon, j Medford, April 21.
the President taking Chairman patch.”
¡club sre, Mrs. Wm. Gillings, presi-
PR1 N T I N G
Hon John G Woolley, at one time
An elaborate literature campaign | deut, Mrs. L. Knapp vice president, Senator Chamberlain is highly grat­
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Clayton and his colleagues of the
the office of Coquille Herald
Get your butter wrappers at the candidate for president ou the Pro-' j, being planned on the part of the and Miss Louise Walters secretary ified with the conclusions of the
committee into a White House coo
conference committee.
hibition ticket, will he another of'national organization.
It is ex ­ an I treaaurer.— Tribune
fetence for the purpose of pointing Hetald office.
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