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T he C oquille H erald
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, DEC EM B ER ^ 1914.
FROM THF NATIONAL
Fraternal and Benevolent Orders
former put chase price
The United States Bureau
PER YEAR $1.50
with the Senators, Representatives,
Foot and Mouth Disease
Laws in Preparation
a large number of employees
and the Poultry Market
To Enforce Prohibition
hollow echoes roll down the im
TOLL OF PEACEFUL INDUSTRY
Eventa of Interest Reported Chemistry is increasing its useful
F. & A. M.—Regular meeting of
The rise in price of poultry of a ll! Portland, Dec — The Committee mense curriders, and the darned old Report of Bureau of Mines on
• Chadwick Lodge No. 08 A. F. it A.
For The Herald
ness by publishing information con kinds which is reported to have tak- of One Hundred, under whose aris place looks lonesome Across the
at Masonic Hail, every Saiunlay
Killed and Injured
cerning the regulation of net weights
night in each month on or before th«»
I>. D. Pineii W. M.
“ SEEING THINGS” IN WASHINGTON
U. H. M aht , Secretary.
en place in various States can not, pices the dry campaign was con- way the immense marble office
in the opinion of experts in the De- ducted, is uow eugaged in d awing buildings are deserted, and the
Washington, Dec. !.— That
partment of Agriculture, be in aoy up a measure to be presented to tomb-like silence makes the old peaceful industry has its horrors as
£ , S.—Keginar meeting of Beulah
way attributed to the outbreak of both houses of the 1914 legislature habitue feel almost craspy.
• Chapter No. 0, second and fourth archives of one of the government
well as war is shown in the casual
Friday evenings of eacli month, in Ma Departments recently a correspon
the foot-and-mouth disease. This j that will, the committee says, “ rep-
list ot American mines and quar
disease does not affect poultry at all resent both the letter and spirit of
dent scanned yards and rods of- old
M ary A P ierck , W. M
ries for 1913, issued to-day by the
As time goes on everyone seems
A nna L awrknck Sec.,
and the Federal quarantines of var- the amendment to the constitution
The Declaration of
United States Bureau of Mines.
satisfied with the result of the recent
O. O. F.— Coquill© Lodge No. 53,1. O.
This list gives 3.651 men killed ia
• O. F., meets every Saturday night ol the United States are among the
embargo upou shipments of poul- j there will be no attempt in thi: election Democrats and Republi the year. The number of men in
n Odd Fellows Hall.
cans alike say that it has been prov
“ hand m tde” documents, and all
measure to prevent the distribution
C. II. Cl.KAVEH, N. G.
jured was not tabulated, bat it is
en that they wiD in 1916. Senator
J. H. L awrence , Sec.
of the old presidents and statesmen
It is true that when a case of 'of liquor nor to prevent its use in
estimated that it reached 100,000
Ollie James, ol Kentucky, who is
foot-and-mouth disease is lottnd up- the home. The enforcement raeas
a m i e k k b k k a h loimik , No.ao from Wa diington down to the re
Altogether in the coal min^f, met
l. O. O. F., meets every second ami cent occupants have left legacies in
on a larm that farm is absolutely ure, as was the amendment, is aimed
fourth Wednesday nights in Odd Fellows
cratic party, says that Senator Pen al mines and qnarries 1,047,010 men
the way of reams of public papers
quarantined by the State or local j merely at the open saloon and pub-
F. mily H eksey , N. O,
rose acd Uncle Joe Cannon are the were employed, and the death rate
A nnie L awrence . Sec.
which prove, at least, that the old
authorities No produce of any lie sale of liquor,
principal heroes ol the Republican lor each r.ouo men engaged was
sort can leave it, the owner is not j The Committee of One Hundred
f'O Q U IL L B ENCAMPMENT, No. 25 boys were not afraid to work Thev
party and that their vindication 3 49, or nearly three and one-balf
v-> I. O. O. F., meets the first and third did good work with their quills as
even permitted to drive his horses has been asked to take the respottsi-
Thursday nights in Odd Fellows Hall.
was complete. Some of the Repub men.
one can see by examining tne cop
on the public highway, and in some bility of drawing up such a meas-
J. S. B arton , C. ?.
Dr Joseph A. Holmes, Director
make equally caustic re
J. S. L awrence , Sec.
WHERE LINCOLN DIED
ies of Jefferson’s famous master
cases bis children are not allowed to ! ure by 18 members of the legisla
marks concerning the Democrats. of the Bureau of Mines, comes for
f .r NIGHTS OF PYTHIAN — Lycurgus piece, which brought the soldiers of
Directly across Tenth Street from go to school until the exposed stock ture and it has now addressed a let- The truth is, however,
that ward with the statement that, tak
I \ Lodge No. 72, meets Tuesday nights King George the Fourth to our
the old Ford Theatre building, in are done away with and the entire j ter to the balance, asking members political leadership is at about as ing the hazards of the industry into
in W. O. W. Hall.
shores, where our colonial daddies Washington, is a dull colored four premises ihorotighly disinfected, what their attitude will be toward
H. R. W atson . K R. S.
low an ebb today as at any time iu consideration, this list of death and
O. A. M intonye , C. C.
made them eat dust
Passing into story brick building, wedged in be Since the disease, moreover, is read -1 such legislation
recent years. The campaign man injury is excessive and unnecessary,
n Y f H U N NlbTERd—Justus Tempts the very next room I came upon a
tween surrounding structures that ily communicated from one farm to [ Ioasmuch as !he state weat dly agers declare that the voters have a and a discredit to the industry and
1 No. 35, meets first ami Third Mon
dozen young ladies pounding the might have been pretentious iu the another farm by cats, dogs, and bu- by ^6_OO0 ¡, is felt lha, the sympa.
day nights in W. O. W. Hall.
disgusting” way of voting for the the country.
M bs . G e * kob D avis , M. K. C. keys of Royal typewriters, a com days ot the Civil War. There are man beings, the local authoiities
man regardless of his political
M rs . F red L inegar , K. of It
Commenting on the deaths in the
paratively new machine that is sup a number of restaurants in the exercise their their own discretion the Committee ol Oue Hundred’s
a condition hitherto mines, Dr. Holmes said: "Westand
ED MEN—Goouillu Trlbt No, 4 $, I. planting the older makes in many
block at the rear, and once an oil
measure, which is being worked on unheard ot in American politics.
O. R. M., meets every Friday night
aghast at the slaughter in Europe
branches of the government, be supply bouse did business close at should he placed upon produce from by the best lawyers In the state.
in W. O. W. Hall.
reports reach us concerning the
J. S. B arton , Sachem.
cause it is said to have excelled other hand. On two or three occasions the area iu the immediate vicinity Before the final draft is completed
ARE THEY JUNKETERS?
A. P. M il l e r , C. of R.
terrible war that is raging, and we
standard machines in the govern there has been fire in the neigh of the infected farm. These areas suggestions will be asked from
Once each year the Committee on pride ourselves on our freedom from
VV. __ A. --Regular
meetings^ of Bea ment tests. As I stood and watch
borhood. The dull colored brick are so limited in extent, however, representatives of every leading Appropriations of tbeHouse of Rep war through the adaptation of high
ver Gamp No. 10.550 in M. W . A.
Hall, Front atre«*, first and third Sat ed a girl pounding out I2t words building is decorated with a sign, that the amount of poultry that may temperance organization in Oregon resentatives goes to Panama
There er ideals and standards Yet tome
urdays in each monti).
a minute of new matter on one 6f aDd an old American flag always thus be prevented from reaching the
are no committees going annually this report on the death in one year
G. 1). H udson , onsu 1.
these machines I thought of what floats from one of the upper win market is an inappreciable percent
L l H. I rvinr , le rk.
to Porto Rico, Hawaii, the Philip ot 3.651 men engaged in a peaceful
Tne economic distribution of
a dickens ot a lime the novelist dows
It is the building in which age of the total supply Poultry
pines and Alaska, and since these is quite as discreditable And when
N. A.— Regular meeting of Laurel whose name is spelled the same way
from the uninfected areas in the farm products is today the world’s are outlying possessions of a great
Abraham Lincoln died.
amp No. 2972 at M. W. A . Hall,
we consider that this record is be
Front, street, second and fourth Tues only with a capital D, must have
Wheu the great emancipator was various quarantined States can be
deal of importance, one is led to ing repeated year after year, the
day n ghts in eacli month.
taken out of Ford’s Theatre his
M aby K ern , Oracle.
wonder why the same twenty-one very thought of it becomes appall
The problem that confronts the
that we have all bought “ a dollar condition was so critical that it ger of spreading the disease or of
K ona K eli . ky , Rec.
members of the Apprr priatian Com ing. Iu the last three years, as far
But was not deemed wise to take him injuring the health of the consum farmer next in importance to dis
O. W .—Myrtle amp No. 197. down and a dollar a month.”
mittee, accompanied by their fami back as the records of the bureau
tribution is diversification.
. meets every Wednesday at 7:30 heaven perish the thought of what
to the White House, though that er.
lies and friends, find it necessary to covering certain branches of the in-
p. in. at W. O. W. Hall.
Lee Gurrie, C. C.
was only half a dozen blocks away.
constantly repeat this trip at the dustrv go, the mines and quarries
J ohn L en kve , Sec.
would have done to humanity iu Instead he was hurried to the first
government’s expense. To Panama of the United States have swallowed
VEN1NGTIDE CIRCLE No. 214, this age of modern invention, deft house, immediately across the street,
in a government boat is about as up 10,487 human lives and have in
meets second and fourth Monday typists, and the Goddess stenogra
which served as a lodging house.
delightful a voyage as can he taktn capacitated temporarily probably a
nights in W. O. W . Hall.
pher. And there in two adjoining There appareutly was uot even time
O ka X. M aury , Ci. N.
by human beings, but it is pertinent quarter of a million men. And the
M ary A. P ierce , Clerk.
rooms I bad accideutly ruti into a to select the best room, for at the
to sugg st that some of the Con saddest part of it all is that a great
'ARMERS UNION.— Regular meet live story of the past and the pre
end ot the hall entrance there op
gressmen mar li- ovtrdoing a good ¡part of this death roll and a still
ings econd and fourili Saturdays in
sent. I recalled a press assignment ened a long and narrow bedroom.
each month in W. O. W. Hall.
thing, even though they may pro greater part of the injuries are not
F rank B urkholder , Pres. that t ok me into a small town
that such is not the ease.
necessary I believe I am conser
O. A. M intonye , Sec.
where there were none of these hours after J. Wilkes Booth had
vative when I say bat half of the
'R.VTKKNAL AID N o . 398, meets the modern contrivances of maiden,
committed one of the most dastard
second and fourth Thursdays each
Sportsmen’s League Meets 3,651 men killed in the year 1913
note book, pencil an ; machine, ly deeds recorded in history.
month at W. O. W . Hall.
might have been saved and three-
M rs . G has . K vi . and , Pres.
and where I broke my wrist on
The government of the United
M rs . L ora H arrington , Sec.
The annual meeting of the Ore-jfourtbs ot ,he 100.000 men iojuied
three thousand words Now Jeffer States purchased this building in
gon Sportsmen’s League will be in ,he same 'ear might have escap-
Educational Organizations and Clubs son, Jackson and the original John
1897, paying $30,000 for the prop
beld in Portl.nd, Dec. 6tlr it 7th ed injury had all the variou. agen-
Ç o il U I L L K E D U C A T I O N A L Henry had similar experiences, but erty.
Mr. O. H Oldroyd was in
O11 ihe former dale. Dec 6 th ,'cies involved, the operators, the
LKAGUK— Meets monthly at the when I found this liDle blond turn
duced to bring his collection from
High School Building during the school
For 1 land Gun Club and the , miners aud the State and National
year for the purpose oi discussing e iu - ing out more words in hal; an hour the Lincoln home in Springfield,
mah A u j e r ’s Club have Governments done their full duty
than all of us o d veterans could and iustall it in the building
h k N A o e D K K R O N , l'tes.
joined in arranging a s'ate shoot m the matter. Perhaps no one of
l'.nN.v A iinahu , Sec.
For about a year the government
and state fly and bait casting con- these agencies has done its full duty.
day by the now primitive meihod paid him a salary, and then for
KEEL KLUB—A busintso men’ s
Suitable prizes have been For the Bureau of Mines, as repr*-
l \ social organization. Hall in Laird's of “doing it by hand,” I was more some inexplicable reason the stipend
offered for the various events.
senting the Federal Government,
building, Second street.
convinced than ever that it is a was dropped from the appropriation
A. J. Siiaawoon. Pies.
1 can saY 'hat. owing to a lack of
blessed thing to live in this year bill. Mr. Oldroyd was permitted
F rbd S la GI- k . Se..*
will gather in the Convention Hall adequate funds, this bureau has fal-
and month when state papers can to charge an admittance to the
COMMERCIAL CLUu L.H . H a z a r d
of the Portland Commerç ai Club to len short of doing its full part in
/ President; C. A. H o w a r d , Secretary he made on Royals by beautiful building, but tor many years it was
lire needs and desires of this great safety movement; and I
young ladies instead oi through the insufficient to keep up the expense,
of the various sec therefore hesitate to criticize the
labored old process of quills and but by mortgaging the priceless rel
A conferred line seeming shortcomings of any other
■'RAINS—Leave, south bound 9:00 a. broken backs
ics, and by “ hook or crook” he
of action in matters of fish and agency.
kept the wolf from the door He
i(l:40 a. m. anil 4;40 p. nt.
C R Y IN G FOR PORK
“ It is not to the United States’
game legislation will be determined
has over three thousand articles in
upon. This convention coming as credit that the very European coun
OATS—Six boHIR plying on the Co
Yielding tr the fear that the
his memorial collection pertaining to
quille river afford ample accor-mo-
does just ptior to the session of tries embroiled in the greatest conflict
ilation lor carrying freight ami p-meon country would not approve ot ex the martyred President, and many
state legislature is ol great im- j of ages kill in their mining indus-
gers to Bandon aril way pointe. Boats travagant appropriations for rivers
of these are almost priceless, but in
leave at 7:30, 8:30, 9:20 and 9:t0 a. m.
pi ttance to all the sportsmen of tries but one-half or even one-third
and at 1 :00, 3 :30 and 4 :4 1 p. tr.
stead of parting with any of these
, 'of the uumbei of men we kill. I
last hill to the hone.
TAGE—J. L. Laird, proprietor. De-
when dark clouds hung low, he has
All clubs, whether already mem refer to the number killed for every
pirta 5:30 p. m. (or Kweburg via elections have been held, and some
Myrtle Point,carrying the United Slates hungry constituents in localities added to the number of articles
bers of the League or not, are 1,000 employed, which is a fair ba-
mail and pasengers.
The Superintendent of Public
urged to send delegates The meet sis 1 er comparison. According to
where dry runs and waterless rivers
Buildings and Grounds keeps the
OSTOFFICE.—A. F. Linegar, post
ing will conclude with a duck din the latest loreign statistics, Belgium
master. The mails close as follows: are to be improved are prepared to old building in repair, but never
given at the Commercial Club killed one mau in every 1,000;
Myrtle Point 8:40 a. m. and 2:35 p. in. come hack to Washington in Decem
theless it is a neglected, melancholy 0 J V 1 11K tallest toys In the world are being constructed for To.vland Grown New motion pictures taken by State Great Britien and France one !and
Marshfield 10:15 a. in. and 4:15 p. in.
Bandon and way points,7 a m. Norway
looking sort of place. Mr. Oldroyd
the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. The figure of the lady Game W’arden Finley will be shown. oue half men; and Germany two
and Aragol2:45 p.m. Eastern mail 4:15 dollars
on the left is Miss Emmaline Imogene Equal Rights l’ aiikhursL Tbs
has lor years urged that the adjoin
a. m. Eastern mail arrives 10: p ”*’
Excursion rates will be granted and one half men; as compared
juiciest contents of the “ pork bar
ing buildings be purchased and torn figure on the right Is the “Tin Soldier.” Both are ninety feet high.
to all delegates by the railroads of with the American death rate of
rel” were placed beyond the reach
C ity and County Officers
down, and that the old house be
three and one half.
of the politicians last session and
With Congress adjourned Wash the state
enclosed in a new fireproof struct bandwriting of the martyred Presi
“ With such a grewsome record as
dent, a brief note hastily scribbled ington has lost half its show, for
the United States in its mining in
........................... R. H. Mast gress will promote the plan of leg ure. He offers to sell his own price
C ity A tto rn e y
less collection to the government at as Lincoln started for Ford's Thea there are few visitors indeed who
dustry, it is high time something
E n gin e e r
P. M. Ilall-la-wis islation that has caused such a re
own price But there is no evi tre that fateful night of April 14, do not relish leaning over the gal
more drastic is done to bring this
Marshal ...............................A. P. Miller volt throughout the country
dence that anyone is paying any at 1865. There are hooks Liucoln lery railing of the house to get a
excessive loss of life down to a basis
Water Superintendent S. V. Kpperton men like Senators Burton and Ken-
tention, and while great politicians, used, articles of household furni
W. G. Glmse yon remaining on ihe job there is
ful face and voice, and with pencil that will be more favorsbly compar
Councilman — D. I). Pierce. G. T. Skeels ___ __ , ,____ ... . . . . . _______
including the President and Secre ture, caricatures ot his administra Underwood, James R. Mann. Hob
ed with other countries. It can be
G. I. Kime, G. O. Leach, W. II. Ly
tion, 255 funeral sermons and ad son, Kahn, Henry, Woods, Camp and paper i“ hand write down how
done; it should be done; and I hope
ons, O. 0 . Sanford. Regular meetings plated raid on the treasury will be tary of State, are worrying them
first and third Mondays each month.
selves about the former home of dresses and eulogies, an original
the day and week. That man nev that the American people will see
Thomas Jefferson, which has been black locust rail split by Lincoln in men from his own district ” And
advertised which fact iccounted that it is done.
J. J. Stanley
Justice of the Peace
HICKORY SWITCHES ANI) AXES
splendidly preserved under private 1830 with affidavits attesting its whatever else may F>e the opinion
“ Before the Federal Government
Ned C. Kelley
his poor luck. The man who
Before the hickory switches were ownership, they have evidently ov genuineness, his mothei’s family
i,s a«empts to aid in teduc-
Bible, and hundreds of other simi man attraction for visitors will be
John T. Halt all out in those days when our par erlooked the fact, that within half a
mortality of the mines, the
on the job again next year when
Commissioners—W. T. Dement, Geo. J. ents carefully selected the varieties dozen squares of the Executive lar relics
had more of the business instinct, dealh ra,e was steadily incre.s.ng;
The United States government is
James Watson of this kind of wood, ted hickory Mansion a priceless relic— for such
and partly, aud probably chiefly.
chiefly, and although every year our coal
. W. W. Gsgc was discriminated against, especial is this house where Lincoln died— apt to he thought of as jealously Even greater is the fascination ol
mines grow deeper and more haz-
T. M. Dimmick
sessions of the Senate, where the Fiecause he advertised freely in the i
The is kept up by a patriotic Lincoln guarding its possessions, and its
T. J. Thrift ly for commercial purposes.
ardens, as with increasing depth
Raymond E. Baker United States Government has of enthnsiast, entirely on his own in- people love to honor such as Lin Vice President lolls easily in his local paper and had the paper and
the explosive gases increase, this in
A. N. Gould
Chair, while Senators like Barton, the goods to back up his statments.
F. E. Wilson ficially approved red hickory and j itiative and responsibility. To add coin, but the neglecj of the old
crease in fatalities has lortunately
Dr. Walter Culin declared that it has been found that insult to injury, the local govern- house where the great man died is Clapp, Gallinger, Gore, Norris,
| been stopped and the rate is now
Jones, LaFollette, Root, Lodge,
it is just as serviceable as white ment of the District of Columbia ex- almost a disgrace, and it is to lie |
. . . .
. | being slightly reduced. But this is
If a man wears his hstr unkempt '
* . .
The war department has act* a tax of $180 a year on the hoped Congress will soon recognize j Penrose, Robinson, M alsh or V irda-
only a beginning of wbat I hope
S o c ie tie s w ill g e t th e v e r y b est
bought so many axe handles made Oldroyd Lincoln Memorial— a col-
will be a much greater improve
! to formulate the laws and policy of the bath and has a somewhat far
of hickory that it is bragging about lection valuable because it contains
P R IN T IN G
ment. What we really aim to do
I the bargain that it has made with i lot original variaties of photo- PEACEFUL SERENITY o n " t h e [ the nation. Now there is a hush away look in his eyes, he is sure to
at the office of Coquille Herald
(Continued on and page)
h il l ”
lallen over the great Capitol, and be taken for a genius or a tramp.
-be dealers in saving one-fourth the graphs of Lincoln, the last piece of
and in promulgating new orders
covering different food products
It has been found impossible in the
past to remove questions of doubt
as to weight of green coffees receiv
ed from foreign countries, and
therefore the government will not
insist upon puckage coffee being
stamped as to the weight of the
contents However, in this con
nection the net weight of cans of
oysters, clams, shrimps must here
after he stated in terms of the drain
ed meat which they contain. The
application of this principle of
weight is rapidly being extended to
all sorts of lood supplies.
Toys Ninety Feet High at Panama=Pacific
International Exposition, San Francisco. 1915