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T he C oquille H erald
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CITYD l RECTO RY FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
C O Q U IL L E , COOS C O U N T Y , O R E G O N , T U E S D A Y , J U L Y 1 4, 1914.
itated the American
Q Job Printing— N ew presses
new material and experienced
workmen. A guarantee that
Herald printing will please
PER Y E A R $1.50
oth-r three-eighths went some place
Fraternal and Benevolent Orders
T H E S E C R E T S OF C O N G R ESS
“ When I described this condi-!
Events of Interest Reported
f . & A. M. — Ki'tiiilar mei'tiiix of
tion in Fall River some time ago Compiled by State Bureau o f
For The Herald
. Chadwick Lodge No. 68 A. F. & A.
Industries and Statistics
the board of trade got hot about it.
M.. at Masonic Hall, every Saturday
throwu wide open the question as to
night in each month on or before th*
I have nothing against Fall River,
P. P. P ikhck , W. M.
(By J . E . Jones)
Sandy carried $14,000 bonds for
but it is the only example we have
K. H. M aht , Secretary.
running the government by sectet
a union high school.
LA K H S U P E R fO K TO T IIK G U L F
j methods, and it is altogether likely
K. S . — Itegtnar meeting of iteutah
Astoria will lay 28,000 feet of
. Chapter No. 0, second and fourth
" I do not believe the situation in
The stales of Wisconsin and Min j that bis challenge to the effect that
Friday evenings of each month, in Ma
P‘ P* this year,
nesota have descended upon the Senators who have divulged some*
M a b y A. P ikhck , W. M.
Falls will have a new
Board of Engineers for Rivers and thing of the proceedings of the com-
A nna L aw kknck S e c .,
every other textile town in the Presbyterian church.
Harbors, and h ive pointed out the j mitlee having in charge the hear-
O, O. F.—Coquille Podge No. 53,1. O. feusibility ol a wuerway from the ings on treaties, have violated their
Harrisburg gets a new two story
. O. F., meets every Saturday night
“ As regards other industries, I brick department store
head ol the Gieat Lakes to the Mis honor, will be met The American
n Otid Fellows Hall.
C . H. C l k a v k s , N. G .
think we can safely say, from feder
sissippi River. This seem lo be an people are greatly interested in the
North Powder will have a 130
J . S . L aw hkkck , Sec.
al investigations, that half of the foot head water supply.
era of canals, since the Panama pending treaty with Colombia, and
a m i e k k b e k a H l o p u e , No. 20
adult wage-earners in the United
Caual is about ready lor business, many ol them would like to know
Eugene has 52 factories and a
I. o . O. F., meets every second and
States get le-fs thati $500 a year; monthly payroll ot $3'3,7)>4-
lourtli Wednesday nights in Odd Fellows while C pe Cod has been severed to the inside reasons lor the proposed
E m il y H h usky , N. G,
that three fourths get less than $750
shorten the distance between New payment of $25,000,000.
A n n ie L a w k kn ck , Sec.
The S. P. & S Co. will drill a
a year, and that nine tenths get less
York and Boston by many hours apparently are no objections to an
thousand foot well at Flavel.
/"«O Q U ILLE ENCAMPMENT, No. 25
than $1,000 a year.
_ meets the first and third Governor Eherhardt of Minnesota apology being offered to Colombia
Ly I. O. O. F.,
Sutherlin has a building boom,
rimrsday nights inOdd Fellows Hall.
“ Rarely do we find a wage-earn
headed the commissioners and was if it is actually due that country
J . S. B akto n , C . P.
one being a $10,000 residence.
J . S. L aw kknck , Sec.
The Pelican Bay sawmill recently
are exceptions in the allied building
George H. Sullivan of Minnesota patience against practices in Cou-
r NIGHTS OF PYTH IAS.—Lyctirgus
will be rebuilt at once.
F V Lodge No. 72, meets Tuesday nights and Ed L-Peel and John Chinnock. gress by which treaties are consid
in W. O. W. Hall.
but we must consider industries as
Grants Pass & Crescent City
K. K. W atso n , K R. S.
a whole ”
Railroad is operating five miles.
leuien pointed out that a prelimi- sess of the executive sessions of the
O. A. M in t o n yk , C. C.
“ What would you suggest as a
Whei-ler has acquired the water
IJY T H IA N SISTERS—Justus Temple nary survey of the proposed canal j Senate and secret committee meet'
remedy?" a s k e d Commissioner plant and will build a city hall.
1 No. 35, meets first and Third Mon has already been made by the gov ings, and parly caucuses. Senate
day nights in W. O. W. Hall.
Mss. G kukok P a v i s , M. E. C. ernment engineers who have found Norris opened the question of fur
Eugene has a $40,000 modern
"A s I see it," replied Prolessor
M r s . F kkd L inkuak , K. of R
that from an engineering stand- ■ nisbing greater publicity to the
apartment bouse just completed.
Nearing, “ we must stop this ex
K1) MEN — Coouille Trihe No. 46, 1. point the plau is entirely feasible, proceedings
Irvington gets a new $40,000
O. R. M., meets every Friday night The new waterway is to start a t ; with Nicaragua and Colombia, and
ploiting of the many for the benefit
school, and Amity a $20,000 school.
in W. O. W. Hall.
Allouez Bay, near Superior, and it looks as though the issue as to
J. S. B akton , Sachem.
Gladstone has granted a 25 year
A. P Mu.t en. C. ol R.
mortgages aud stock certificates
the canal is carried across country whether statesmen shall be allowed
franchise at $t 40 per thousand.
and flaunt them before the eyes ol
W. A. —Regular meetings of Bea- for twenty-five miles, connecting to continue doing public business
P h oto b y A m e rica n P re ss A ssociation .
. ver Camp No. 10,550 in M. W. A. with the Brule River, which in the behind closed doors, will be defi-
Amity has a building boom and
civilization are contributing to this
NTERNATIONAL Interest has been aroused by the new transatlantic
Hull, Front street, first ami third Sat
time of Grover Cleveland obtained nitely decided before long.
urdays in each month.
liner Aqultunla, which Is the fastest passenger steamer In the world. Sh* great unrest which is sweeping the every carpenter is employed there.
C. D. H udson , Consul.
sails between Liverpool and New York. The Aquitania can make as country.
renown as a trout stream, because
The Livesley hop yards near
L l H. I r v in k , Clerk.
S U F F R A G IS T C O N V ER T S
high as twenty-six miles an hour, although her average rate of speed la
“ At 110 time have the privileged Salem will install two picking ma
the Presidential angler was accus
N. A.— Regular meeting of Laurel
The persistence of the suffragists maintained at about twenty-four knots. Her furnlshtngs are of the most few bad such an effective scheme of chines.
elaborate description. She has a length over all of 901 feet and is built along
• Cnmp No. 2972 at M. W. A . Hall, tomed to cast his “ fly” in those
smoking the politicians out one the same Unes as the Lusitania and Mauretania.
living on the labor ol the many.”
Front street, second and fourth Tues waters.
The Brule River and St.
The Bend Water, Lt. & Power
day nights in each month.
Asked if he believed the establish Co. will build a 100,000 gallon res*
Croix furnish a direct outlet to the by one, and although President
M a ky K krn , Oracle.
E dna K k llky , Rec.
ment of a minimum wage would ervoir.
Mississippi. This water route, 250 Wilson is still partially a cog on
the proposition, vet in view of the
W .— Myrtle Camp No. 197, miles in length, will give St. Paul
by the men who make them. East ofter a solution. Professor Nearing
Brown Lumber Co. at Cottage
w . 1 meets
ts every Wednesday at 7 :30 and Minneapolis the advantage of fact that Speaket Champ Clark has
ern manufacturers expend thou replied:
Grove will enlarge its logging
in. at W. G. W. Hall
"T h e thing to do, as I see it, is plant.
cheap water transportation. Under
Methods of converting logaubpr- sands upon thousands of dollars an
late Currie, C. C.
J ohn L k n k v k , Sec.
present conditions seventy-two per pleased that the President has gone ries into by-products is the subject nually in Oregon to bring their to establish a relation between wag
Mercy Hospital, Eugene, begins
cent of the railroad freight between so far as to say that suffrage is for of an Experiment Station bulletin goods to the every day attention of es and the standard of living When
vpVEN IN G TIPE CIRCLE No. 214,
on a $15,000 school for
H i meets second and fourth Monday the head of Lake Superior and the
recently issue by the Oregon • Agri the purchasing public, while the a man applies for a job, his pros
nights in W. O. W. Hall.
Twin Cities ts coal and it was
cultural College. This Dew bulletin home manufacturer draws more pective employer never inquires the
O k a X . M a u r y , G. N.
The Oregon-Idaho Power Co.
M a b y A. P ikhck , Clerk.
shown that the water frieght on this are standing together for a common written by Professor C. I Lew is aud tightly together his purse strings number of his children. He offers
commodity from Buffalo to Duluth purpose, it ha« been demonstrated Assistant F R. Brown, deals with and watchfully waits lor the com the married man just the same has a force of ioo men at work at
U ings second and fourth Saturdays in is thrity cents a ton, while it costs more than once thaf neither of these the entire subject of picking, hand munity booster to develop his busi wages as he does to the single man, Oxbow on the Snake river.
each month in W. O. W. Hall.
Los Angeles capitalists will de
ninety-six cents a ton for soft coal distinguished gentlemen appreciate lin g and manufacture of loganber ness by means of a home-expansion and no more.
F r a n k B u r k h o lu k r , Pres.
"E v e ry child after the second is velop the placer mine on Steamboat
and $1.20 a ton for bard coal for having the other "beat him to it
O. A. M in to n yk , Sec.
ries into the most valuable form of campaign in his behalf. There can
the additional short railroad haul Speaker Champ Clark has told the by-products which they may be be but one way in which the desired an economic calamity, according to creek in the Bohemia district.
i ; K A i'KKNAI. Al l ) No. 398, meets the
The ladies that "for a thousand years made into. In addition to the points end may be speedily and effectively the New York board for the better
•T second and fourth Thursdays each from Duluth to Minneapolis.
Union and Wallowa counties fire
month at W. O. W . ilall.
commissioners pointed out that the t'le men ^ave been trying to run usually covered are several special accomplished and that is—honest, ing of the conditions of the poor. protection association will build a
M r s . C h a s . E vi . an d , Pres.
M r s . L o ra H ar rin g to n , Sec. single item of coal alone furnishes a *^e wor^ aDCl some think they have feature, among them the reports of straightforward, legitimate adver Every child in the city is an eco complete system of telephone lines.
reason why the canal should be con-' mac*e a
mess ° f >L
I hope various tests on the m anufacture of tising in the country press, the only- nomic liability. In the country
Fitzgerald Bros, of Troutdale are
Educational Organizations and Clubs structed.
The immense traffic in *^at when you women run it that juices, and a number of attractive medium of publicity extant that children used to be an asset. Now
building a ferry to operate across
O Q U I L L E E D U C A T I O N A L this commodity would be met by an you w'" improve on it.
household recipes for loganberries. successfully appeals to the consum they are liabilities."
Columbia Slough and Blue Lake.
LEAGUE—Meets monthly at the
t h e is l e o f p in e s
Professor Nearing was applauded
High School Building (luring the school equally important demand for the
The bulletin is free to the people of er at the fireside.
Laborers are operating the saw
year (or the purpose ot discussing edu use of the canal lor the transporta-
After the Spanish-American war Oregon aud cop ies may be secured
No great gift of business sagacity when he intimated that the woikers mill at Thompson, Baket county,
tion of flour and general merchan- there was a long drawn out dispute by writing the Experiment Station, is necessary to solve the problem would not stand for the continuance
K k n a A k o b r so n , Pies.
of which the manager made a fail
Eum . M i s a k .,, bee.
dise from St Paul and Minneapolis, as to whether the Isle of Pines be- O. A. C., Corvallis, OregoD.
which is now perplexing the Ore of the present system. He showed ure.
O KEEL KLUB—A business men’ B while the wheat and corn producing longed to ihe United States or Cuba
For the first time since logan gon manufacturer. . He need only his conviction on that point when
social organization. Hall in Laird's
Engineers have completed survey
states along the Mississippi and Uncle Sam finally surrendered his berry culture has become a fixed in follow in the well-beaten path of Commissioner Weinstock asked:
building, Second street.
A. J. S hkrwood , Pies.
“ If such conditions go on, what for drainage of 50,000 acres of the
Missouri would thus be provided title, but the island in the meantime dustry in the Willamette Vallej, the thousands ol others to gain the goal.
F rk d S la u i . r , S i s .
Long Tom basin in Lane and Ben
with transportation directly to the enchanted a good many people, and fruit is being shipped to the East
The money annually expended forecast would you make for the ton counties.
o m m e r c ia l c l u b
l . h . H a za r d
head ol the Lakes The main stick- now nearly ninety per cent of the in large quantities.
During the for cheap oratory in au endeavor to
President; C. A. H o w ard , Secretary
" I f he stands for it, you mean?”
The halibut industry on Yaquina
ler of the whole proposition seems 1 entire area is owned by Americans, season at least 2f> carloads will be persuade consumption of state pro-
to hinge upon what would appear Stories oi the great wealth of timber shipped to Chicago, St. Louis, Liu-j ducts is practically thrown to the inquired Professor Nearing, with a banks started off with a catch of
RAINS—Leave, south bound 9.00 a. at first to be a trivial consideration on the island have been circulated, coin, Neb., Kansas City and Denver, winds. The sooner the penny pro- significant inflection in his voice. 30,000 pounds by the first schooner
m. and 3:00 p. m. North hound and that refers to the type ot barge and there have been plenty of in-
Thfse shipments will consist of fresh motors realize the true condition of Then he s:-id that, in his opinion, that went out.
i0:40 a. m. and 4:40 p. m.
that would be most teasible for use vestors patiently waiting to realize fruit aud will not include the great affairs the sooner all Oregon will be f such a condition did continue to
There has been a big hearing on
OATS—Six boats plying Oil the Co-
on the canal.
It is explained that the promised fortunes,
shipm ents o f dried berries which j benefitted.—Lew A. Cates in Polk exist, 50 per cent of the net product at Astoria before the Interstate
quille river afford ample accommo
would go into dividends for the Commerce Commission to get bet
dation lor carrying freight and paasen this great project affords means of
Consul General James L. Rogers, will be made later.
] County Observer.
gers to Bandon and way points. Boat9
ter terminal rates.
leave at 7 :30, 8:30, 9:20 and 9:50 8. m.
A College Professor
What suggestions would you
cost to the consumer of fuel going State Department to the effect that Banquets not Effective
and at 1:00, 3 :30 and 4 :45 p. 1 r„
Now the State Food and Dairy
In Boosting Oregon Goods
W h o Dares to Think make for a remedy to conditions?"
TAGE—J. L. Laird, proprietor. De west, and food products carried there has been a remarkable devel-
parts 5:30 p. in. lor lijaeburg via eastward. This gigantic enterprise opment in the islands in citrus-
asked one of the commissioners.
Myrtle Point,carrying the United Slates
law providing fer
“ Every man is entitled to what he
will cost from $8,000,000 to $to,- fruit raising and other agricultural
mail and pasengers.
zation of associations with a view to that shows an encouraging tendency earns,’ ’ replied Professor Nearing, the killing of rats.
000,000, but the commissioners effjit
OSTOFFIOE.— A. F. Lincgar, post
While the consul does not men- inducing patronage for Oregon tnan- toward independent thot on the “ and if I had anything to do with
Commissionar Daly of Portland
master. The mails close as follow s: claim that the traffic already in
Myrtle Point 8:40 a. m. and 2:35 p. m. sighi is enough to pay a substantial tion the fact, yet it is a matter of facturing industries can amount to part of educators employed in the this investigation I would start it would spend $100,000 on a new dam
Marshfield 10:15 a. m. and 4:15 p. m.
Bandon and way points.7 a m. Norway dividend on the investment from 1 knowledge to some people in Wash- little under the present mode of pro. higher institutions of learning which right there, The blatant evil of across Bull Run to raise the water
and Aragol2:45 p.m. Eastern mail 4:15 tlie start
pressure at Portland.
Senator Nelson and a ington that at one time a number cedure oi these societies, extensive 'are supported by the various states. monopoly should be wiped out.’ ’
a. in. Eastern mail arrives 10: p. m.
“ Are you a believer in the doc
number of Congressmen appeared of United Slates officials in Cuba in scope though their work may be, Their utterances come in delightful
Bids will be taken for the pipe
with the commissioners, and added and the Isle of Pines attempted to for the reason that they do not contrast to those of men who are trine of socialism?” asked Commis line from Oregon City to the south
City and County Officers
their support to the demand of Wis- secure a corner on pineapples, and reach the consumer, the individual dependent for their bread and butter sioner Weinstock.
fork of the Clackamas to give that
Mayor...................... .......... A. T. Morrison
and Minnesota for the com- did so.
But before they got member of the community upon on the will of some multi-millionaire
“ What are the doctrines of social city pure water supply.
R ecorder..........................J. 8. Lawrence
Treasurer.......................... .....R. H. Mast pletion of the survey at the earliest through with their experience most whom the producer depends for patron whose contributions are de ism?” asked Professor Nearing.
City Attorney................... L. A. Liljeqvist
The ruling of the Attorney Gen
'The doctrine of socialism,” said
of them had barely money enough support. Just now a federation of pended upon for the support of the
Engineer....................... P. M. Hall-Lewis possible date.
eral that girls shall not work in
all the organizations in Portland institution.
Marshal...................................A. 1’. Miller
OUR A F F A IR W ITH T H E JA P S
*e ,t ,0 P a y ' ^ e ’ r ^a r e *,aC *C ,0 l ^ e
Night Marshal ....
The Federal Commission on In there should be one employer, and hotel cigar stands after six o’clock
United States It is estimated that that have heretofore put themselves
Water Superintendent S. V. Epperson
on record in support of state institu dustrial Relations began hearings that employer the people, and that will be carried into tne courts.
Fire Oliie:___ .
W. C. Chase
Councilmen —D. D, Pierce, C. T. SkeeU respondence between the United
at Philadelphia on June 22 Pro all rents, interests and profits should
The Public Utility Commission
five thousand people, of which per tions has been effected.
C. I. Kime, G. O. Leach, W. H. Ly
ons, O. C. Sanford. Regular meetings States and Japan relating to Califor haps one thousand are Americans.
has authorized a raise of telephone
The purpose is to inaugurate a fessor Scott Nearing of the Univer be abolished."
tirst and third Mondays each month. nia’s anli-alien policy, has develop
‘‘I am a believer in such a doc rates in all the principal towns of
T H E M ONEY SH O T A T V E R A CRUZ state-wide campaign to make Ore sity of Pennsylvania was the first
ed even milder presentation than
witness, and his testimony is thus trine,” said#Professor Nearing, “ so Jackson county to a paying basis.
Justice of the PeRce
J. J. Stanley
It has already cost the American
Constable........................... Ned C. Kelley most people at the National Capital
the Oregon consumer, and to this reported in the Philadelphia North far as the abolishment of rents and
The Southern Pacific Co. will
expected Japan very successfully , 8overnmPnf more than one and a
interests is concerned. The worst start work on ballasting its main
end hot-air merchants will be dis American:
John T. Hall
"T h e total income derived from form ol unearned profit is the own lines in western Oregon w i t h
Commissioners—W. T. Dement, Geo. J. son administrations unromlortable, ^'*'on Pu" e^ °ff at Vera Cruz. Not- tributed over the commonwealth to
attend various conventions and the cotton industry in Massachu ership of land. I would take for crushed rock to be taken from Ma
James Watson and Capitol Hill breathed long deep ; withstanding the big expense ot
W. W. Itsge draughts of relief when Colonel our en,f,rPr'sc the protocol of Ni- meetings, where nine tenths of setts last year," said Proffessor social uses the values arising from rion.
Treasurer ..................... T. M. Dimmick
those attending such gatherings are Nearing, "added $81,000,000 in val land ownership.”
Assessor ................................T. J. Thrift Goethals let it be known that the a«ara Fal,s sPetifies ‘ hat the gov-
The Socialist measure for a de
“ Do you believe that the unrest
Raymond E. Baker Panarna Canal was ready to Put i ert,ment of the United States will already preachers but not practi ue to raw cotton. The salaries to
ot public works under
A. N. Gould
tioners ot the same doctrine, as in officials totaled $2,500,000. The ol the workers is Undermining our
F. E. Wilson warships through the locks in case not c'alm a war indemnity,
Commissioner Hoff to
civilization?" asked Commissioner
the case with the ineffective Made-
Dr. Walter Culin
an emergency arose.
w h il e s e n a t o r s p e r s p ir e
employ the unemployed got 00 the
In-Oregon banquets, wnich. are so to $41 ,000,000. There is nearly Lennon.
the Administration has not become
The indefatigible Mr Bryan is
" I believe that the most insidious ballot.
extensively given at individual ex $30,000,000 remaining.
so excited over the performances of doing his utmost to jam through
" A small part goes to machinery force that ever operated in civiliza
Oregon sash and door manufact
Societies will get the very best
Japan, although it was declared by the treaties with Nicaragua and pense for the benefit of the manu and repairs. A large part to rent- tion is the force that makes a few urers had a hearing before the In
P R I N T IN G
Senator William Alden Smith ol Colombia—while the weather is so facturer.
! als and dividends. Of the $81,000,- persons the exploiters of all the ter-state Commerce commission to
at the office of Coquille Herald
Michigan that the visit of a Japa hot that the Senators are in a "d on ’t
The key to success is legitimate [000, the people who did the work others," Professor Nearing answer- ^ protest against lower rales tor rast-
nese naval nfficier to Huerta precip- care” condition.
' publicity of Made-In-Oregon goods got only about five-eighths, and the ed.
Here She Is, Aquitania,
Fastest of Ocean Liners
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