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T he C oquille H erald
VOL. 33, NO. 31
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1915.
PER YEAR $1.5(1
It takes a lot of
CITY DIRECTORY FROM TH t NATIONAL C A P IT A L'"”
money to carry on a campaign of MAYOR SAYS “CLEAN UP”
Fraternal and Benevolent Order |
this sort, but the organization is
A F . & A. M.—Ueaulur meeting of Event« of Interest Reported hacked by great wealth, hence the
Some “Straight From the Shoulder” Talk from City’» Chief
/ a . Chadwick Did««'
. No. «8 A. F. A A
For The Herald
M.. ul Masonic Hull, every Saiurday
‘sledding’ is comparatively easy for
Executive—Public Meeting Called
night in each month on or before the
1). I). IT khck , W. M.
(By J. E. Jones.)
those in charge of the headquarters.
Old time Wisconsiuiles predict that
Senator Bourne’s bureau will come
in time to be known as the ‘ Kiev
, emit Story League,” with all the
opprobrium that attached to their
institution, which scandalized Bad
ger State politics.
they can not even be regarded as
A “ cheriy balsam", for example,
lor the ‘ ‘cure" of ’ ’consumption"
and “ hemorrhage of the lungs",
which it was represented would
Corvallis women will build «
"strike at the very root of the dis
ease" was found on analysis to be clubhouse.
Marcóla —Fisher sawmill runniug
nothing but a solution in water and
alcohol of opium, sugar, beuzalde- on full time.
byde, inorganic salts and coloring
It contained no cherry high school.
bark or balsam.
Slayton voted $15,000 bonds for
A more elaborate "cure” consist a high school.
ed of five different preparations
Heppner— new Star theatre near
i which the credulous patient was to ly completed.
take separately. These were first,
North Bend will operate a muni
the midicine proper, the essential
ingredients oi which were found to
Eugene — Omar Gulliou to build
t,e mo,i’hiue. cinnamic acid and ar-
sente— not a very safe mixture to $3000 bitefc slot,.
Central Point Packing Co. will
take habitually; second, a tonic
which was supposed to contain iron improve its plant.
but did not; third, a ‘ ‘cough mix
Malheur county lets contract for
ture’’ made up of alcohol, chloro $23,000 steel bridge.
form, and codeine which is a deriv
Bay City— Tillamook Bay Fish
ative of opium or morphine; lourtb, Co. will build cannery.
a mixture which contained some
Corvallis women r.using funds to
quinine, and a solution of water build a new club house.
and alcohol; and fiiftb, codeine tab
Algona and Long Lake sawmills
lets Even the strongest constitu-
open employing 225 men.
tiou could hardly stand «prolonged
Willamette Valley editors meet
course of such a treatment,
at Springfield. April 241b.
Albany—Tom Ferrell will erect
“ ions considerable ingenuity is fre-
seven one-story brick stores.
STATE INDUSTRIAL RLVIEW
Compiled by State Bureau of
Industrie« and Statistic«
A National “Clean Up and Paint Up” campaign with
at St. Louis, Mo., is arousing enthusiasm
from Ocean to Ocean along the line of sanitation and
cleanliness. Hundreds of cities are taking up the slogan
On several occasions
Lodge No. 53,1. O
meets every Saturday night during the past two years President
Coos County expects to receive a great many visitors
I n D. . O. Odd O. K., F.—Coquille
GRAND ARMY ENCAMPMENT
Wilsou and ex-President Talt have
next year or so as a result of our advertising at the
J. H. I,
Sec. appeared on the same platform at Plans for proper reception and Exposition in San Francisco. Let us “dress up” for the
public gatherings, and social vis entert inment of veterans at th
j i i i
k kkb kka H lodge ,
1. O. O. F., meets every second and its have also been enjoyed by them coming annual encampment of the occasion, and extend a hearty welcome to those that come
fourth Wednesday nights in Odd Fellows at the White House. The Presi Grand Army ot the Republic, to he our way. What is it you show the visitor when he comes?
N. ti, dent has also en'ertaiued cx-Presi- held in Washington next Septem
Certainly r o t the rubbish pile, or the unpainted or in need
Roosevelt, although the latter ber, are working out siiislactorily.
r'OQUILLK KNCAMFMENT, No. 25 dent
paint buildings. Yet that is exactly what he sees first,
I. O. O. F„ meets the Urständ third has spent only a few hours in The various committees are meeting
And first impressions are the ones that “stick.”
Thursday nights inOdd Fellows Hall. Washington since President Wilson with encouragement, and there is
J . 8. B akton , C. ?.
took up his residence ai the White every reason to believe that their Let us put the County Seat in the lead in Coos County on
J . 8 .L awkenck . Sec.
fondest hopes for success will be the “Clean up” and “Paint up” line.
A clean town and
J A-NIGHTS OF PYTHIA«.—Lycurgus House.
l v Lodge No. 72. meets Tuesday nights Several days ago newspaper men realized. President Wilson and a sanitary town is a better one to live in.
in W. O. W. Hall.
sought the views of President Wil Secretary of War Garrison are
R. R. W
, K R. S.
Second Street Parkings are a disgrace. Every visitor
son relative to criticism of the pres among the prominent persons who
O. A . M
. C. Ü.
Court House passes along that street. Let us get
pYTHlAN SISTERS—Justus Temple ent administration by the two liv already have signified their willing
l No. 35, meets first and Third Mon ing ex-Presideuts, and the Presi ness to serve on the honorary com busy and make these parkings beauty spots. The park
day nights in W. O. W. Hall.
Mis. G kihuk D , M. E. C. dent said that he thought the for mittee to welcome the veterans to ways on C street can be made bright and sightly at small
Mas. F L
, K. of R
mer occupants of the Executive of the Capital.
cost. Every citizen should get the spirit of beautifying,
MEN—Coauille Trilie No. 4(1, 1. fice had a tight to criticise the Ad EASTER MONDAY AT T H E W H ITE not only these places, but every home in the City. With
O. R. M., meets every Friday night ministration if they so desired, and
i n W. O. W. Hall.
the completion of our water system we will have plenty of
It is estimated that ten thousand
Mr. Wilson added that he might
J. 8. B
Start a lawn, plant flowers. Get rid of the old In lhe ma,keli,>g ot
A. P M . , C. of R. want to do likewise after leaving people passed into the White House
and out houses. “Clean up,” “Paint up,”
A. —Regular meetings of Bea-
All these things grounds on Easter Monday. Near
. ver Camp No. 10.560 in M. W. A. the
Hall, Front street, first and third Sat go to show that men with big minds ly all of these were children, who “Sow and Plant.” Get rid of that Grouch and act as pects"is’ to^rsuadl °,he p.“ « “ Empire— T. H. Barry has resum
urdays in each month.
take an altogether different view of went with their baskets and lunches if you were glad the Almighty had permitted you to cast that he is receiving, at a compara-
ed the canuittg of crabs here.
C. D. H
life and public questions from those and with lull supplies of Easter your lot in so favored a place as your own Home Town. It lively low pi ice, the individual at
L. II. I
An Albany man is to be superin
ing of Lsurel kind of people who carry the idea eggs. The pretty custom of rolling is too late to do much in the way of planting this spring,
of a trained specialist. For tendent of the state flax plant.
R .1 amp No. second
2972 at M. W. A. Hall,
and fourtli Tues those who bold contrary views are come down from early days of the but let us clean and paint and prepare to sow and plant ,bls PurPose' *ymtom blanks are Portland has public improvements
employed. These contain a num of $6,065,900 extent scheduled.
day n gilts in each month.
republic. It is the one day in the next fall.
ber of questions about the patient’s
Burns— new metallic toll tele
We need an organization to carry out our work.
NAVY RECRUITS COME FROM SMALL year when the children take charge
symptoms, the number varying from
O. W.—Myrtle amp No. 197,
line g o in g íd to Riverton.
We need to enlist every man, woman and child in Co a dozen or so to as many as 70 or
every Wednesday at 7:30
W • p. meets
Irom the happiuess they display one
John Waterman will er
m. at W. O. W. Hall.
According to the Secretary ol the
quille in this campaign. A meeting is called at the City 80. The patient is led to believe ect brick block
Lee Currie, C. C.
might he tempted to believe that on
at Center and First.
this particular day the couutry is Hall April 28th, 8 p. m. to organize for a year’s campaign
Portland Gas Co. officials have
of “Cleaning up,” “Painting up,” “Sowingand Planting.” will be carefully considered before gone east to get money for exten
pVENlNGTIDE CIRCLE No. 214,
JLrf meets second anil fourth Monday towns in the interior ol the country. in their keeping.
A. T. MORRISON, Mayor.
nights in W. O. W.’ Hall.
The seaboard cities do not furnish
any medicine is prescribed for him, sions.
Washington has lent a listening
though every physician knows that
any considerable number of “ Jack-
Lebanon paper mill bas been
, C l e rk .
ear to the talk that Secretary Bryan
City Planning is Said
an accurate diagnosis cannot pos merged w i t h Crown-Willamette
PARMER8 UNION.—Regular meet- ies” for Uncle Sam. It is the old will be a candidate foF United States More Heavy Fines
For Deer Slayers
to Lower Death Rates sibly be made this way. As a mat group.
U ings second and fourth Saturdays in story wherein “ distance lends en
Senator to succeed Mr. Hitchcock
M ast ,
REALLY BIG MEN
K. S.—Regutar meeting of Beulah
. Chapter No. tt, second and fourtn It is must refreshing to note that
Friday evenings of each month, in Ma
really big men, in intellect, do not
M akv A. P ikkck , W. M.
follow the lines drawn by extreme
H. M i i o k k .
K l u a A n d eh k o n ,
• A nnie L aw ren ce , Sec.
Bt re e t,
u rkh old er
each month in W. O. W. Hall.
F rank B urkholder , Pres.
O. A. M intonyk , Sec.
pRATEUNAL AID No. 398, meets the
1 second and fourth Thursdays each
month at W. O. W, Hall.
M rs . C h a s . E v l a n d , Pres.
M rs . L ora H arrington , Sec.
Educational Organizations and Clubs
OMAN’S Study Club. —Meets 2:30
p. m. at city library every second
A. L onuhton , Pres.
E. E pp erson , Sec.
O Q U IL L E E D U C A T I O N A L
C LEAGUE—Meets monthly at the
High School Building during the school
year for the purpose ot discussing edu
B irdie S ke e l s , Pies.
E dna H akl ock ek , Sec.
KEEL KLUB—A business men's
K O social
organisation. Hall in Laird's
building, Second street.
L J. C a r y , Pres.
W. C. K ndicott , Sec.
CLUB— L eo J. C a r y
C President; L. H.
H azard , Secretary
chantment,” and perhaps if more
of the young men from states like
Illinois, Iowa, Missouri and Minne
sota knew what they were under
taking. the per cenlage from those
localities would drop off, as it has
in coastwise places.
of Nebraska. The two men absolute
Last Wednesday Jack Wayne and
ly refuse to track together in the Chas. Murphy, both ofBridge, were
Nebraska political harness, and the fined $100 each, and the costs of the
Peerless One, who has always been prosecution for hunting deer out of
happiest when following the role of season. The costs amount to $35
an advocate, may find the Senate or $40 apiece The case was tried
the place to satisfy his longing to before Justice J. J. Stanley. Upon
DEW EY IS T H E ONLY ADMIRAL
talk. However, Mr. Hitchcock is
In view of quiet attempts to re a sterling fighter and if be and request of the defendants a part of
the fines, $60 in each case was sus
place Admiral Dewey in some o f ; Bryan measure their strength in
pended on a plea of better behavior
his work, and to "clip the wings” I Nebraska it will be one of the pret-
in the future.
Mr. Thomas, the
of the old hero, it is coinlorting to
j , lest fights ever pulled off anywhere,
deputy State Game warden who ar
be assured that “ there is but one i p r o s p e r i t y b o o s t e r s i n w a s h -
rested the men, says that he had an
Admiral in the navy.”
in g t o n
awful time in getting the friends of
minder coming from the highest
Hard hick stories, tales of the un
the two men to confess any know
created authority means that Dew- employed, and the fafty-seven var-
ledge of the matter. They had to
ey stands in no danger of being ieties of reasons advanced to ex
be subpoenaed before the Justice
side-tracked or supplanted. Dewey ! piajn poor business have hertofore
Court before they would divulve a
is hale and hearty, and puts in reg- been popular. But now the Presi-
thing that they knew in regard to
ular time at the Navy Department, j dent and some of bis Cabinet have
the deer slayers Mr. Thomas says
where he is immensely popular.
arrived at the conclusion there will
that the fine imposed on the two
APPROVE SECRETARY DANIELS ; be no more hard times. The Admin- men is the stiffesl one that has ever
The people as a whole certainly - istration stands sponsor for the be- been put over since he has held
will applaud the attitude ol Secre- Bef that the low point has passed, down the game warden job. He
retary of the Navy Daniels in his and (hat a continuing improvement says that these are the kind of fines
decision that every possible eflort j ’n business may be expected,
that get results, as a man that is on
must be made to raise the submar- j
r a t io n a l p o s t a g e r a t e s
ly fined a few dollars for violating
ine, F-4 While there is not the j Everybody has known for twenty the law is very likely to repeat the
slightest hope of finding alive any | Sve years that it ought to be done, offense at the earliest opportunity,
cf the victims at this late day, there ; But it has remained till now for the but if a heavy fine is imposed on
may be a chance of the bodies be- j Pos,al authorities to arrange for the him, that he will not be so will
ing recovered to be claimed by rel- j *wo cent letter rates to South ing to violate the law the second
alives and friends, thus assuag ng America.
Several countries have time, and that he will stop and
to some extent the grief of those already arranged cheaper rates with think before doing so. He also
who were near aud dear to the tin- ! HS> and ifis expected that all South says that it teaches others a lesson
fortunate men who tost their lives and Central America will soon be who won’t take a chance with the
The administration is also putting on the two cent basis
law when they are liable to lace a
south bound 8:10 a.
in. and 2:40 p. m. North bound
9 :26 a. m. and 4:20 p. m.
boats plying on the Co
quille river afford ample accommo
dation lor carrying freight and paasen
gers to Bandon and way points. Boats
eave at 7 :30, 8 :30, 9:20 and 9 :50 a. m.
and at 1:00, 3 :30 and 4 :43 p. m.
CTAOE—J. L. Laird, proprietor. De-
O parts 5:30 p. m. for Koaeburg via
Myrtle Point,carrving the United Slates
mail and pasengers.
F. Linegar, post
master. Tlte mails close aB follows:
Myrtle Point 7 :40 a. m. 6:20, 2:36 p.m.
Marshfield 9:00 a. in. and 4:15 p. in.
Bandon, way points, 8:46 a m. Norway
and Aragolz:55 p.m. Eastern mail 5:20 fof,h ¡,s best effor)s to recover the
p. m. Eastern mail arrives 7 :30 a. m.
To Save Expense
heavy fine if they are caught. L.
submarine, and it is hoped the
A. Liljeqvist did not spare the vio
City and County Officers
cause of the tragedy at Honolulu
District Attorney L- A. Liljeqvist lators and the game warden says
Mayor ........................... A. T. Morrison harbor may be discovered and that
that he sure did go for them in
Recorder ........................ J. 8. Lawrence steps may be taken to avoid a rep and Deputy Sheriff W. C. Laird prand
came to Coos Bay today from the
Treasurer..............................R. H. Mast etition of a similar accident.
Engineer..................... P. M. Hall-Lewis
There can be no excuses given
Marshal ............................ A. P. Miller
G ETTIN G UNCLE SAM MAD
some time tomorrow, perhaps lon- by any of the employees of the dif
Night Marshal........ Oscar WicKhain
Water Superintendent 8. V. Epperson The intererference with the rights ! ger. Their errand is an unusual ferent logging camps, in regard to
W. C. Chase
Councilmen- Jesse Byers, C. T. Skeels of American shippers has been "ril- j one, and takes the form of a prelim not being able to procure a hunting
C. I. Kime, Ned C.Kelley, W. H. Ly ing” Uncle Sam, and the renewal inary skirmish among grand jury license. Mr. Thomas has appoint
ons, O. C. Sanford. Regular meetings
first and third Mundays each month. of protests has served to let the Eu- I witnesses to consult and learn from ed the time keeper at Camp 5 on
Justice of the Peace ... .T. J. Stanley ropean war lords know our opin- . them whether their evidence is such the South Fork, Gus Brown the
Constable..................... Ned C. Kelley ions. But while we have been it would warrant taking them head man at Powers Camps on the
James Watson making known our indignation, to the county seat to testily be- South Fork, and W. A . Rosselle of
Commissioners—W. T. Dement, Geo. I. still there is an absolute absence of foie the grand jury. The inno Bridge, and has given them all
to issue receipts for hunt
Rold. Watson desire in the Capital towards any vation is probably along the recent authority
policy of retrenchment adopted. If ing and fishing licenses. It is an
Sheriff ................ Alfred Johnson. Jr. thing that looks like fighting
Treasurer....... . ........T. M. Dimmick
matter for any one in those lo
T. J. Thrift ELEVENTH FLOOR ORGANIZATION witnesses have been named and easy
to purenase their licenses,
Surveyor............. ...... C. F. McCnllock The new and unofficial publicity who have no knowledge of matters and they can't get cround it any
Coroner............... ............F. E. Wilson organization in Washington, to in which they are expected to give longer by saying that they were
Health Officer.... ....Dr. Walter Culin
which reference has recently been evidence, it appears as well it should working and had no time to come
made, is increasing its force for the be known before they are taken to to the county seat after licenses,
Societies will get the very best
purpose of sending out larger quan- Coquille at the expense of the coun- Mr Thomas is getting to be quite a
ty. Messrs. Liljeqvist and Laird I terrot to deer slayers and when he
P R IN T I N G
lines ol matter in the hope of con- have bu. ine„ both in Mar,hfield goes out a.ter any violator of the
at the office of Coquille Herald
vincing voters that the republican and Jiortb Bend.— Marshfield Rec- game laws ht usually brings in his
| party should be returned to power ord.
ter of fact none is attempted and
Klamath Fails kicks at buying
The death rate in any Oregon the degree of attention which these r o a d machinery of mail order
city can he made lower if a city individual reports receive can be houses.
planning scheme is carried out ac- measured by the fact that cases
Bank deposits declined since Jan.
cording to Ellis F. Lawrance, direc- have come under the observation oi
I. $408,249 and for past year $7,-
tor of the school oi architecture of the department in which mail order
concerns doing a business of tbis
Waldport— Frank M. Roberts
"City planning means more than kind have received as many as
has established the Weekly Wald
mere beautification. It means parks 4000 letters a day.
and playgrounds for the children,
After the patient has submitted
North jetty at the mouth ot Col
sunlight and purer air,garden room, his ‘‘diagnosis report’’ he is urged
good sanitation, pure water, and to purchase a supply of the medi- umbia will receive $1,500,000 dur
buildings that will not have to he cine. If he does so, he is then urg- ing the next 15 months.
Employes of Portland Railway
torn down when the city gets lar- ed to purchase more. If he states
ger,” says Mr. Lawrence. “ The that he has experienced no benefic- Light & Power Co. voluntarily re
town should begin to plan when it ial effects he is told that be has not fused to unionize or go on strike.
taken enough, and this process is
Multnomah grange fights demand
Several Oregon cities have caught': bke 10 con,inue until the limits ot of Portland Labor Council for three
the city planning idea. Grants Pass credulity have been reached. If on dollars for eight hour day ¿on road
is one. Mr. Lawrence cites the the 0,her hand. he decides at the construction.
following example of the benefit of beginning not to purchase the raedi-
April 19 the O & C land grant
citv planning to community health: jcine it is likely to be offered him at case to settle title to 2,373,000 acres
A large English soap concern tnov- j successively lower prices until he of railroad land was heard in Wash
ed its plant from Liverpool to a sub- is “ last induced to believe that he ington, D C.
urban location, upon which it pro-: cannot afford to ignore such a bar
The Workingmens’ Compensa
ceeded_to eiect model houses for its gain. This is carried on to such an tion Commission grants employers
employes and to develop an envir extent that a “ treatment,” the orig a ten per cent reduction on July 1st
onment calculated to set up a max inal price of which is $25, may be on insurance rates.
imum ot efficiency in the workmen offered at the end ol six months lor
Oregon City— contract has been
and their families.
After a few %i 50.
signed for $286,765 pipeline 25
As a matter of fact the successful
years a survey was made of the
miles long to fork ot Clackamas
children in me district of Liver treatment of tuberculosis requires River for water supply.
pool from which the plant had much more than the mere giving of
That auto truck line between
moved and of the children in the medicine and, moreover, what will
Baker and the valleys of Eagle and
planned factory city. The children
Pine is now a certainty. The cars
under 14 years of age in the latter help another. Claims that are ab-
averaged i4pouttds heavier than the solutely unwarranted are no longer are on the w»y from the factory and
corresponding children in Liverpool permitted on the labels of medicines will be put into commission on their
shipped in interstate commerce, but arrival.
and s'A inches taller.
When the owner of a patented
the wording may be such as to con
vey a missleading impression with pavement offers the use ot the patent
out the use of absolute statements. for a reasonable royalty to all bid
Thus these preparations continue ders, a contract let for paving is le
to find a sale despite tbc fact that a gal, according to an opinion of the
Washington, D. C .— After inves little trouble on the part of the Supreme Court.
tigating under the Food and Drugs prospective purchaser will reveal
jump, hurdles, high jump, pole
Act a large number of preparations their worthlessness.
vault, shot put aDd throwing the
advertised as consumption cures,
Prevention and treatment
the Department of Agriculture has
of injuries are also dealt with.
not been able to discover any that!
‘‘Generally the boy between 14
can in any sense be regarded at
16 years is apt to overdo him-
“ cures” for tuberculosis.
contain drugs that may at times af- letes who have not the advantage eelf and should be watohed very
ford some temporary relief from the
professional coaches are being carefully,” eay Coach Hayward, " I
distressing symptoms ot the disease, iaaued by William L. Hayward, have often seen boys with natural
but tbis is all
Since the passage track coach of the I nivarBity of athletio ability Blay on th« track all
of federal legislation prohibiting the Oregon? and will he sent free day and challenge everyone wbo
shipment in interstate commerce o t ! upon request. The instructions ar« 1 eame along just to show off Need-
medicinal preparations for which intended to enable any bov or 1 leee to say, these boys did Dot last
fraudulent claims are1
are 1 Jountf man who wishes to excel in
in ! long
j mitje ,bere baJ been a marke(i ten. 1 a certain event to learn the form for systems were torn down faster than
preparations ' the event without the aid of a coach. I nature could
build them up.
u' ULy ,u
to all boys wbo have
instead of "cures” or
is to make haste
“ infallible cures” as they used to
be called. In many cases, however. yard run, mile run, running broad * very slowly."
That Are Worthless
Young Athletes Warned
Of Danger of Hurrying