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T he C oquille H erald
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1914.
CITY DIRECTORY FROM THt NATIONAL CAPITAL
PER YEAR $1.50
STATE INDUSTRIAL REVIEW
Mississippi is engaged in copyiug Recognition for Coo»
Government has completed Its ar
the records for that state.
Bay is Called For
Tax on All Shipments rangements lor distributing them
Fraternal and B e n e v o le n t Orders —
through its own ageueies.”
There are miles of rows of these
Events of Interest Reported
Compiled by State Bureau of
cards, and I was struck by the fac t
Industries and Statistics
A • Chadwick Lodge No. 08 A. F. Ac A.
that these gray headed old men who official returns of the recent election, throughout the state, a great many
M.. at Masonic Hall, every Saurday
night in each month on or before the
Frank Wickmati, a native of this
The Efficiency and Economy work in this place evidenced a ten that the Coos Bay Precincts of Coos ol whom are in doubt as to the pro
Marshfield is planning a new city
D. D. P ikucic , W. M.
County gave lo Mr. Alf. Johnson ! visions of the new Emergency In- county, was seen in San Francisco
K. H. M ast , Secretary. Commission reported in favor of
| cards, each of which was tbe story Jr , Republican Candidale (or Sber- j terna! Revenue Law, in so far as it last week by a Coos Bayite who re
Bend ha.» lowered city and school
E. 8.— Keguiar meeting of Beulah tearing down Kuril’s Theatre, where
applies to height shipments, the turned on the last Redondo. Since
of a man gone to war
The spirit iff of Coos Cuunty, a sufficient plu
• Chapter No. 6, second and foortli
Souiliern Pacific Company, through leaving here Frank has conducted
Friday e -'inigs ot each month, in Mu- Abraham Lincoln was shot, and al
of the words of Lincoln stood pre rality to overcome the plurality
sonic Hal’ .
Helix is assured an electric light
Freight Traffic Manager G W. a musical studio in Berkeley, but
M aky A . P ie w k , W. M
served before me: “ It is (or us, the
A nna L a w b s n c i S e c .,
ago, the reporters still make a piece living, rather to he dedicated here his chief opponent on the other side
lor the past three years has been in
Lents has $75,000 in new build
Germany studyiug with the masters
O. O. F.—Coquille Lodge No. 53,1. O. of “ news” of the story that the to the unfinished work that they of ihe County, and ,
“ The law provides that a one cent and completing his musical educa ings going up.
. O. F., unset» every Saturday night
building is to he abandoned and have thus far so nobly carried on
n Odd Fellows Hall.
war revenue stamp be placed on
Gold Hill secures a ten year
C. H. C i . b a v e s , N. G.
leveled to the ground. However, It is rather for us to tie here dedica therefore owes his election to the of each bill of lading, manifest, or sim- ! tion Just prior to the breaking
J. S. I.AWKKNCK, Sec.
out of the Europe n war Frank, lighting contract.
the War Department, which is in ted lo the great task remaining be- fice of County Sheriff, to the sup-
ilar memorandum", says Luce. : with several other students, spent
Linn county has no debt and a
ami e r k b e k a H l o d g e , n o . 20 charge o: the building, and has its bore us; that from these honored I port received from the Coos Bay
I. O. O. F., meets every second und
fourth Wednesday nights in Odd Kellowrr dewi n in keeping, has absolutely
E uii . y H khsey , N. G,
Carleton boasts a new steel bridge
no inteutiou or permute to give up that we here highly resolve that the ; pledge to the people to treat all sec- j to the bil1 of ladinS- nd lbe raiI' Polaud iu an automobile They
A n . vie L aw hence . Sec.
Iu fact, exteusive dead shall not have lived in vain.” | lions of the County vfltti equal fair j rcads iaunot accePt and ‘orward a stopped several days at Warsaw and and eight blocks of paving.
ness is in honor bound to give the 1 shipment untii this is done.
Such toured all through ‘v'.e territory
/"»OQOILLE ENCAMPMENT, No. 25 repairs have been made on the And yet it is written lhat this is an \
The Newberg catTbery closed
v X. O. O. F., meets the first and third
where the present fighting between with a pack of 500.000 cans.
building within recent months, and uniuteresting place!
Thursday nights in Odd Fellows Hall.
the Russians and Germans is now
J. 8. B abt on , C.
since it is well lighted and airy,
Ford’s Theater closed as an equal share of his official patronage, j * rea-'liry Department,
The Celtlo canal is being rushed
J . S. L a whence . Sec.
“ The department has also ruled taking place. Frank says be knows
and the foundation and walls firm amusement house the night Lincoln now therefore be it
to completion with 850 men.
n i g h t s o f p y t h i a * .—Lycurgu» and substantial, there is not the was shot. The government acquired R ESO LVED , that it is the sense of tbat where ,rei«ht is 3CceP,ed at that part of the country like a book
Oregou City claims lowest tax
Lodge No. 72, meets Tuesday nights
slightest reason to suppose that the building, and used it tor vari the Republican County Central "°n-agency stations, it must be re- He traveled through Russia on his
in W. O. W. Hall.
in the Willamette valley.
B. R. W ats on , K K. S.
Ford’s Theatre, will not be used as ous office purposes. On June 9. Committee, that Mr. Alf. Johnson’s ceiPted for bV the conductor accept- American passport. The party fin
O. A. M in t o n yb . C. C.
Bend banks are cashing
an office building by the govern 1893 it became the scene ol a sec attention be called to the above re- >"g it He must see to it that the
more checks than ever before.
IJYTIIIAN SISTERS—Justus Temple ment for many years to come.
ond tragedy. Between 400 and 500
1 No. 35, meets tirst and Third Mon
ol the Russian stamps attached to
Gresham is to be connected with
day nights iu W. 0 . W. Hall.
There are a hundred people em clerks were at work, when sudden- to accord to the Coos Bay side of receipts and cancelled as required by
his passport, was nabbed and placed Portland by hard surlace road.
Mss. G e ikok D a v i s , M. E. C.
M b s . F beo L i n e u a b , K. of K
in jail, charged with being a Rus
Silverton has more buildings go
Office iu the Ford Theatre building,
ED MEN—Coouille Tribe No. 46, 1.
sian spy. He lingered in dnress ing up and taxes coming down.
O. R. M., meets every Friday night and although ihe WashingtonGuide
vile lor three days until he could
in W. O. W. Hall.
Hotel Lnucblin at Forest Grove,
Bock says “ the place contains noth
J. S. B abton , Sachem.
get in connection with the Arneri recently burned, is to be rebuilt
ing ol interest" I found it very in
A . P. M i l l e r , C. of K.
can Ambassador, who finally suc
teresting For though the place has
The Tillamook cheese product
W. A. -Regular meetings of Bea-
ceeded in gelling him released. On
for 1914 will total 4.101,962 pounds.
. ver Camp No. 10.550 in M . W. A. been completely remodeled since
gaining his freedom it did not take
Hall, Front street, first and third Sat that dreadful night of April 14,
By eliminating Ihe useless 1915
Frank long to come to the conclu
urdays in each month.
1865, when Johu Wilkes Booth as
C. D. H udson , onsu 1 .
census the state will save $100,000.
. Li. II. I r v i n e , le rk.
sassinated the great Lincoln, yet I
Another attempt is lo be made to
no sate place for him—ils back to
N, A.— Regular meeting of Laurel found the location ol Ihe stage, the
the States for min'*. Frank took enact the universal eight hour law.
• amp No. 2972 at M. W. A . Hall, Lincoln box, and passed throti gh
his departure from Berlin on Au
Concrete work has started on the
Froiiti street, second and fourth Tues the same door by which Booth made
day n gilts in each month.
gust 20th, going to Rotierdam, from Southern Pacific biidge across Coos
M a r y K e r n , Oracle.
his escape. And employed in Ihe
whence he sailed on August 29th Bay.
K una K e l l e y , Rec.
building I met Edwin H Spang
New York. He reached San
A $20,000 brick will displace the
O. W .— Myrtle amp No. 107, who went “ with his girl" to Ford’s
Francisco five weeks ago and is old Comstock ho’el at Klamath
• meets every Wednesdav at 7 :30
Theatre, and he told me how he
p. m. at W. O. W . Hall.
glad to be home in America, how Falls.
Lee Currie, C. C.
made use of his season pass lhat
ever he savs that he enjoyed his ex
J ohn I. e n e v e , Sec.
At Ashland the Homt Steam
very night, and atrived in the then-
Frank is an ardent sym
VKNINGTIDK CIRCLE No. 214, tie ten minutes before the tragedy
Laundry has put iu a new steam
meets second and fourth Monday
pathizer with the Germans, hut he
occurred. Spang is now a gray
nights in W. O. W. Hall.
fears the odds lhat they have to
O ra X . M a u r y , G. N.
A new county office sought to be
M a r y A. I’ i e r c e , Clerk.
He spoke to our in
of a great many veterans r.f the
created by the legislature is public
(ormant of the possibility of his pay
ARMERS UNION.— Regular meet
ings -econd und fourth Saturdays in civil war who work within the gray
ing a visit to his Coos Bay relatives defender.
each month in W. O. W. Hall.
brick walls keeping straight the
Andrew Kennedy will build a
in the near future. — Marshfield Sun
F rank B o b k h o l d e b , Pres.
war records of the men who fought
O. A. M in t o n y e , Sec.
coal briqueting plant at North
lor and against, the United Slates.
'RATKKNAl. AID N o . 398, meets the
What Red Cross Seals Do Bend.
Originally the structure was a
second and fourth Thursdays eacli
The Oret on State Fair board asks
mouth at W. O. W. Hall.
Baptist church, which explains the
Every Red Cross Christmas Seal for $123.638 to erect new buildings
M b s . C h a s . E v l a n d , P res.
M rs . L ora U ar k i n u io n , Sec. peaked rooi so unusual in modern
lhat is sold is a real bullet in the in 1915
building operations. As a theatre
fight against tuberculosis. These
Greendale, Lake county, is or
Educational Organizations and Clubs it must have been a very fine one
seals last year helped to support ganizing a co-operative well-drillers’
O Q U I L L E E D U C A T I O N A L lor its day, since the auditorium
thousands of needy tuberculosis association.
LEAGUE—Meets monthly at tue
High School Building during the school was large, and it is still possible to
patients and to give them a
Metz & Lather are going to give
year for the purpose oi discussing edu figure out what was ihe location of
chance for lile Th y provided lor
Forest Grove a creamery and ice
the orchestra floor, the balcony and
hENA /lEUKhoUN, I “ieS.
many visiting nurses, whose hun
ltlrNA M inaku , Sec.
the "peanut gallery." These three
dreds of thousands o. visits brought
Au Ashland firm has begun man
r o KEEL KLUB—A business men’s
instruction and cheer to numerous
k social orgunixution. Hall in Cairo's purp ses
ufacturing a folding crate to ship
And although the gal
Thev helped maintain
building, Se-ond street.
lery at the rear has been changed as
A. J. H iiarwood , P.es.
dispensaries in scores ofeities, from vegetables and Iruit.
F r e d 8 l > u l e , S p , .
a result of the congestion of busi-
A 31 lb gold brick was brought
ihe Atlantic to the Pacific, where
ARIETY of color anti the use aoil blending of Doric, Ionic anil Corinthian, with a little play given to the
OMVIERCIAL LLUL. L.H. H a z a r d ' ness, yet standing in the door
thousands of consumptive patients out ol the Ogle mine, Clackamas
Byzantine architectural style, are shown In the two Venetian courts of the Panama-Pacific International
President; C. A. How uu>,Secretary
which the murderer es-
Exposition at San Francisco In 1915. These courts are the connecting links in the Exposition scheme of
received Iree treatment, aid arid county, the past week.
courts, but they are to have a type of beauty not found elsewhere on the grounds.
caPed '< >s possible to trace the di
Central Oregon irrigation pro
advice. They provided the means
One of the Venetian courts connects the Court of the Four Seasons with the Court of the Universe, and the
re.'tion taken by that fleet-footed
to purchase millions of copies ol jects are planning to get $450,000
other connects the Court of the Universe with the Court of Abundance. The first one named is shown above.
KAi NS—Leave, south bound tr.OOa.
Every bit of the interior of the courts is a part of a color scheme that Includes all of the Ex(wisltlon colors. Since
l m. and
bound wblie horse that carried J. Y\ likes
»irulars, pamphlets and other liter- from reclamation funds.
this photograph was taken the Bbrubs and flowering plants have been placed on all sides of the central paths, and
,0 :4 0 » . m. and 4 :40 p. in.
Booth eighty miles away in his
lute with which the public has
A modern two and a half story
their colors are in harmony with every pigment used In the remainder of the court.
r>GATS— six boats plying on the Co- «'gh t from the righteous wrath ol a
been educated about tuberculosis concrete dairy barn for 100 cows
D quille river afford ample accor-mo- people struck almost dumb by the
They have established and helped will be built at Rose City.
lation h>r carrying freight and p.tasen
ly the three floorsdropped, and this Coos County, an equal share of I regulations before such shipment
gem to Bandoli and way points. Boats horror of his deed.
to maintain more than 300 open-
In the last half of November coast
leave at 7 :30, 8:30,9:20 and 9:t0 a. m.
Perhaps the Guide Book is right great mass of humanity was pitched the appointments of deputies to be can accepted. In the case of per air schools for children who need
ports shipped i7,oo<»»ooo feet of
and at 1 :00, 3 :30 and 4 :4ï p. n .________
when it says that Ford’s Theatre
such receipts cannot be given by open-air treatment. These are just lumber to San Francisco.
TAGE—J. L. Laird, proprietor. De
were killed, and many more in County, and
a lew of Ihe ways in which lhe
part» 5:30 p. m. for Kjecburg • via "contains nothing ol interest,” But
RE S O L V E D : That the* atten conductors, the goods tnay be ac
Mr. A. G. Yount and Mr.
To get idle men employed upon
Myrtle Point,carrying the United Slate» standing there in Ihe center of ihe jured.
received last year was e x
mail and pAsengers.
great building on the filty-first an L A Rosafy escaped death, and tion ol all of the other successful cepted and transported in advance pended. This year a million dol the land is one of the problems to
rjOSTOFFlOE.—A. F. Lincgar, post- niversary of Lincoln’s Gettysburg both carry scars as evidence of their Republ'can candidates be called to by the affixing of the stamp, but in
ccme before the legislature.
1 master. The mails close a» follows:
lhat event the receipt must be deliv lars is needed Surely any one can
injuries. This occurrence was due the foregoing resolution, and
Myrtle Point 8:40 a. m. and 2:35 p. in.
Archie Mason, contractor, is
help by buying at least ten seals.
R ESO LVED : That this resolu ered to the des ¡nation agent and he
Marshfield 10:15 a. in. and 4:15 p. 111 . labels ol the long rows ol card files to insecure supports being supplied
pushing hard-surfacing of a mile ot
Bandon and way point»,7 a m. Norway
by contractors who were rearrang tion be spread upon the minutes of
and Aragoli:45 p.m. Eastern mail 4:15 which occupy almost the entire
Milwaukie road. Cost $15,000.
Going to an Expert
a. m. Eastern mail arrives 10: p. m.
space of three floors, and I learned ing the floors and interior of the meetings of the Coos Couuly Re consignee.
F. W. Dodge of the Rogue River
publican Central Committee, and a
"T o make it even plainer, the law
that here the records of all soldiers structure.
When the butcher answered the Public Service Corporation reports
City and Countv Officers
Ford's Theater is an institution
provides that this stamp must be
of t e war of 1812, the civil war,
telephone the shrill voice of a little increase from 500 to 1500 horse
Mayor..................... ...........A. T. Morrison the Spanish American war, and the of Ihe nation.
Its outer walls af Johnson, Jr., and one to each of the affixed before the railroads can ac
Recorder.............................. J. 8. Lawrence
newspapers ol Coos County.
cept a shipment; and in cases of
Treasurer ............................. H. H. Mast Philippine insurrection, are care ford the view lhat satisfies the tour-
"Hello! Is that Mr. Wilson?"
City Attorney..................... L. A. Liljeqvist fully preserved
perishables, they cannot deliver the
Portland gave a local firm of con
8ome of these sec- is and the sight-seer who takes a
“ Yes, Bessie,” he answered kind
Engineer........................P. M. Hall-Lewis
shipment until the stamp is affixed
tractors the big Shattock school
A. P. Miller ti ms are deveted to the Confedera running look at things as he passes.
ly, "what can I do lor you?”
Night Marshal................Oscar Wicaham cy, and it may he a little surprizing There is no danger that it will be
on the receipt and cancelled. The
contract over a lower bidder in
"Oh, Mr. Wilson, please tell me
Water Superintendent 8. V. Epperson
where Grandpa's liver is!
A young man was deeply in love tion bv any person or corporation
many years, and meanwhile it will
T Æ : « \ r S , V H k Li' ited States government has an al-
The legislature will tackle the
folks are out and I ’ ve got to put a
with a beautiiul girl. One day she is punishable in the Federal Courts.
ona, O. C. Sanford. Regular meetings most complete record of the men continue to serve as a habitation for
hot flannel on it and I don’ t know job of covering $697,000 fees now
first and third Mondays each month. who wore the gray. Tiers were de go ernment business, and thous
“ Tht shipper or person is requir
collected by state officials into the
where it is.”
voted to Confederate batillions, ands of strangers will pass it every be her biithday, and he laughingly ed to cancel the stamp, by writing
Justice of the Peace.......... J. J. Stanley
sharp shooters, infantry, artillery, week and be satisfied lo behold Ihe saio hat he would send her a bunch across the lace his initials and the Her Husband in Heaven Too
The working men's Compensa
date. Some shippers have been un
and state guards, and the roster of place from the outside. Across the
commission law asks for more
County Judge ................... John T. Hall those troops from Alabama to Vir
than a million dollars from the state
CommiaeionerB- -W . T. Dement, Geo. J.
ginia is as carefully kept as those
florist, ordering twenty-four roses stamps on hand for the accomoda worth Higginson celebrated hisj and industries iu the next two
of union troops. In response to
to be sent to the young woman on tion of their customers, the stamps e'ghtv-sevemh birthday a young years.
..............T. M. Dimmick the question I was informe that
the first delivery the next day.
were to be distributed by the roads lady, an admirer of his books, called | Salem, Ore , Dec.—The beads of
....................T. J. Thrift one ol the reasons was to aid the
....... Raymond E. Raker
A young lady called one day on
free. This impression is erroneous and brought h ra a bouquet of roses, the state insane asylums a e draft
A. N. Gould state pensioning plans of a number
The law provides that the shipper j Colonel Higginson asked her name, ing a parole law that will result in
K. K. Wilson of southern states, and my inform
ing saw the order and said to the pay for the stamp, affix, and cancel I and then he said:
Dr. Walter Culin
reducing by 200 the number of pa
ant added that during the civil war had consented to listen to her play foreman:
"You live, I suppose, with your tients kept at state expense.
nr rthern soldiers captuied a great ing
“ John, here’s an order from
"What do you think I should do j young Mr. Flinl| for twenty-four
many records of the Confederates,
Working Men's Compensation
"F o r the convenience of its . us-
"N o, sir,*’ the lady replied, "my
Societies will get the very beat
so that it had been found best for now?” she asked, when she bad roses. He’s a mighty good custom tomers, the Southern I’acihc has
Commission asks salaries lor two
parents are in Heaven. I live with
er, so put in a dozen extra ones.”
P R I N T I N G
Uncle Sam to ma-ntain the roster ol j finished.
years of $90,720. State Labor Com
And the young man never knew distributed a limited supply of , my husband.”
southern troops At the present
at the office of Coquille Herald
"Get married,” was Rubenstein’s , what made the girl so angry with stamps to its agents, that they may
missioner collects $21,000.
"Your husband, loo, is in Hea
time a representative of the state of answer.
be obtained from the latter until the rn ,” answered Colonel Higginson. two bodies are to be consolidated.
Superb Venetian Court of the Panama Pacific
International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915