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T he C oquille H erald
N O . 36
C O Q U IL L E , C O O S C O U N T Y . O R E G O N , T U E S D A Y , M A Y 25, 1915.
CITY DIRECTORY NEW LAW OFFERS PKOTECTION
Frdtcmai and Benevolent Order
t\ & A. M.—Re^ulHr meeting of
• Chadwick Lodge No. 08 A. F. & A.
AJ.• at Masonic Hall, every Ka unlay
niviht in each month on or before the
L. A. L imjkqvimt , W. M.
K. H . M aht , 8ecr?tary .
K. S.— Reguiar meeting of lleulah
• Chapter No. M, second and fonrti
Friday evenings ol each umiitli, in Ma
K mma L ilijk ¿ vimt , VV. M.
A nna L awhknck S ec.,
i t). O. F .—Coquille Lodge No. 53,1. O.
i • (). F., meets every Saturday night
n Odd Fellows Hall.
11. B. M oouk , N. G.
L awuknck , Sec.
Advantage Given to Oregon
In an effort to xlimuiatc Oregon
tnanufaciutetl good-, and Oegnu I .-
bor, the Chamber oi Commerce ot
Pot t la ml recently h-gtti t catti|)aigD
tarough its bureau of indiisiticsund
manufactures to takr ad vintage id
the Bingham bill, which bet-onus
effective as a law this m->nth, and
which was passed al lilt last h g p-
Graduating Class, Coquille High
P E R Y E A R $ 1.5 0
Canada who are entitled to
FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL ; and
moneys and lauds now tied up in
the English High Court of Chan*
Event* of Interest Reported j eery and elsewhere, owing to the
For The Herald
i inability o f lawyers to locate the
laimsuts.” “ Spare Momenta” h a s
c-m| il<d and published the names,
t’ NC I K SAM GOES TO THE CIRCUS ; and its enterprise iu gening to*
The s id Lu ai.ir tragedy had gether a list that has been alv-r*
It i ked the whole world, anti mil ti eil for during inure thru a cent*
j lions ot eyes weie turned on Wash- j uty, and which covets the authentic
in ion. Voices of protests and bar estates, has attracted attention in
telsor i k made known the popular Ihe national capital, where the prob-
uitiivn nion. The capit ,1 of the Kins ol American heirs lo foreign
Uiti ed States stemtd filled with a estates has created no end of trouble.
son of tingling that threatened the That these estates exist is without
annihilation of official nerves \len question, but this is the first time an
calmly discussed the probability ot American publishing bouse has un
is-ir. and the whole political 1 ind deruken to ferret out and assi t
scape was like a broad expanse ol | teal heirs,
dry grits and reeds waiting lor the |
branded h o r s e s
mm who might light the match.
According to the old WMy <n
Evidently those w ho spoke the most thinking a mustang was not a mu,-
were in hopes ihe Pies den! would tang unless a big scar from a brand
appli the tiny flitue, and let loo*e ing iron showed upon the shoulder.
'he rotifl gra'ion Washington for Pciha.os the retention of this sort of
lunaiely did not expose itself, but custom is the only reason why lire
in real ty it gave forth the internal horses owned by the government
evidtnee that stirs on the mob when and used in the District of Colum
it sallies forth to do unreasonable bia, is continued. Tne Society for
vitden e 3 he cl irnor o: the na'ion the Prevention ol Cruelly lo Ani
r lied it on hundreds id wires de mals has taken it up. and has point
nt Hiding to know what our govern ed out the senseless nature of the
ment proposed to do about the out cus.om. and proposes 10 stop it, if
rage that hid destroyed so many possible It is declared that a brand
lives of American citizens. The inflicted with a red hoi iron does
Evening Star came out that after not completely heal for six weeks.*
noon w ith one of Berryman's great
cartoons It showed President Wil
son deep in the sindy of papers on
York, says that
bis desk, and in the foreground
stood Uncle S .tu, with hand up he went down to the ships and saw
raised in cautioning manner. Be hundreds of Ametican horses load
neath the picture was the oue word: ed on board in order that they
“ Steady!” It may have been the might be taken to Europe to take a
cartoon, or something else, but there part in the deadly conflict. Tnis
was a return of reason and common thing has been going on since Au
gust, and tens of thousands of
Naomi Knowlton, post graduate sense, the result of which was a
horses have been sent from this
record attendance at the Ringling
country to be shot down. It shows
................... - — | fortunately had dropped into town. how, unwittingly, our country is
being used to add to the horrors of
(Bv J E. Jones )
Tile Bingham lull gives a pte'et
enti.il ol five per tent in favor it
goods manufactured in O'egon. ot
K ill. A m i KKM o N. N. G,
in favor of Oiegnn labor, in the
A nnib L a » rknck , Sec.
ol competitive bill
sOQUILLK KNI'AMl’ -VI ENT, No. 25
/ 1. o. o. 1'., meets lite Amt sml third ding before county cqtitls, board-
rimraday nights in Odd F e b o »« fluii.
ol countv commissioners, school
.1. 8 . llAKToN, O . *.
boards, city ioun< tls, or oilier pub
ll officers authorized to purchas
Lodge No. 72, morts Tueaday night,, supplies or contract tor labor
in \V. O. W. Hall.
“ In plainer English, a purchas
K. It. W atson , K K. S.
O. A. M intonyb . (I. C.
ing officer is authorized lo accept as
IjY T H lA N SISTERS—Justus Tetnpie the lowest bid tor labor or supplies
1 No. 35. meets find and Third Mon- that offered by representatives oi
Jay night» it. W. O. W. Hal1.
M*s. O k . koe D a v i s , M. E. C. Oregon products, it the bid of the
Mas. K ubu I. inb o ak , K. of K
latter is no* tn ire than five per ceui
I , I D MEN—Coouille Tritaj So. 40. 1. higher than the lowest bidder from
is . O. R. M., meets every Friday night
any other state,’’ said George I)
i n vV. O. W. Hall.
J. •*. R abton , Sachem.
Lee, secreiary of the bureau. “ It
A. I’ . M ii . i . kr , C. of It.
is intended to counterbalance ihe
W. A. —Regular meeti.igs of Rea
• ver (lamp No. 10.550 it) M. W. A. difference in the cost of production,
Hail, Front street, first and third Sat as between local and foreign con
urdays in each month.
It somewhat adds to the
H. R. T ozikr Consul.
F. C. T rub , Clerk.
handicap ot the lorclgu manufac
N. A.— Regular meeting of Laurel turer represented bv Height rales,
. amp No. 2972 at M. W. A. Hu " and i' should prove an encourage
Front, street, second and fourth Tues
ment totheestablishment ot factories
day n ghts ill eacli month.
M ar y K kr n , Oracle.
for the manufacture of those items
L aura B randon , Ree.
ueeded in the building ot roads and
O. W .— Myrtle Camp No. 197, bridges, and materials consumed by
• meets every Wednesday at 7 :30
p. m. at W. O. W . Hall.
R oy M. Avery
Lee Currie, C. C.
“ Senator Bingham introduced the
J ohn I. b n bv k , Sec.
bill alter consultation with repre-
t n VENINGTIDE CIRCLE
N o . 214,
1 -, meets second and fourth Monday
nights in W. O. W. Hall.
have been struggling to enlarge the
A nnik B u r k k o l d i k , G.N.
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market for those lactories already
M ary A. P iercb , Clerk.
here and to pave the way for others
1 7 ARMERS UNION.— Regular meet-
C ings second and fourth Saturdays in yet to be secured
funny tricks ol the elephants. Tu-
each month in W. O. W. Hall.
"Iu the opinion of David HU
F rank B u rk h ol d e r , Pres.
Dunne, and Other pioneer manufac- Information of What is Unlawful for the Would-be Hunter and Fisher, and How He tnulty perhaps has more power than
O. A. M inton yb , Sec.
any man in the United States with
May Avoid Trouble with Game Wardens
r a t e r n a l ai d n «. 398 , meets the turers, the Bingham measure will,
the single exception of the Presi
second and fourth Thursdays each pròve of great value.”
dent. For years he has been closer
month at W. O. W , Hall.
The General Passenger Depart Pheasants, Reeves Pheasants, Eng enforcement of game laws.
M rs . C i i a s . E v l a n u , Pres.
! ,Q p residcIJt wjlson ,han anyoue
Mas. L ora H arhington , Sec.
Berry Boxes to be Larger. ment ot the Southern Pacific issues lish Partridge, Hungarian Partridge,
a d d i t i o n a l p r o v is io p s of g a m e else; Be is the confidant, advisor,
the following abstract of the Otegon j Franklin Grouse or Fool Hen, Bob
Educational Organizations and Clubs
friend and spokesman for Woodrow
Berry boxes left over from last game laws:
, White Quail, Swan, Wood Duck,
All game is owned by the State. Wilson. He is private secretary
OMAN'S Study Cluh. —Meets 2:3U
d i s t r ic t n o . 1.
i Wild Turkey, Least Sandpiper, Any game animal, bird or fish raised because of his personal relations to
p. m. Ht city library every second year must go to the scrap heap, as
a new law regulating the dimension
and fourth Monday.
| Wes,ern Sandpiper. Solitary Sand- iu captivity may he sold if properly the President, but this does not de-
H arriet A. L onoston , Pres.
of these containers will go into effect
piper, Semi-palmeted Plover, Snowy lagg.-d. Any game animal or bird ter him from fitting into the cogs of
F rances E. E pp erson , Sec.
the Cascade Mountains:
on May 22 The provisions of the
p O Q U I I i L E EDU CATION AL
Buck deer with horns— August Plover, and all other birds of any may be held during closed season if the political machine, which usually
...iA G U E —Meets monthly at the law are causing some concern
kind except those on which there p operly tagged; or mav be imported run about the way Tumulty directs.
U _ LE
High School Building during the school among growers ol berries tor mar 15 to October 31.
year for the purpose ot discussing edu
Silver gray squirrel— Septembei 1 is an open season. The following from without the Uuited States and And while Tumulty watched the
The provisions in the new
are not protected at any time: Duck sold il properly tagged.
to October 31.
elephants, in another group sat some
B irdie S k e k l s , Pies.
weights and measures law relating
E dna H a kl ock kr , Sec.
Ducks and geese— October 1 to Hawk, Sharp-shinned Hawk, Prai
of the Cabinet members, doing side
to Iv-ery boxes are as follows:
rie Falcon, Goshawk, English Spar- streams flowing through publiclands splitting stunts ol laughter at the
January 15. (Federal law )
O KEEL KLUB—A business men's
The standard boxes or baskets
social organization. Hall in Laird's
Rails and coots— October 1 to row’ Great Horned ° wl* Northern are highways for fishing.
antics of the clowns. The Federal
used in the sale of strawberries, January 15. (Federal law.)
building, Second street.
Sbirke, Cormorants, American Mer-
Trade Commissioners were there
L .1. C a r y , Pres.
blackberries, loganberries, raspber
W, C. E ndicott , Sec.
Shore birds, black breasted and g«»*er, Crows and Ravens, Magpies a license of $3.00 per year.
and there were lots of Con-
ries or similar berries shall be of the
COMMERCIAL CLUB— L eo J. C ary
golden plover, Wilson or jack snipe, aUl' ^'ueiays-
Ths State Board of Fish and Game giessmen and otheisof high degree
J P 'rt'àiJ.uR-'u H! h a ZA r D.Secrotary interior capacity of 67 2 cubic inches woodcock, and greater and lesser
To rob any bird’s nest except Commissioners are empowered to It is doubtful if any of them gave a
(dry quart) or 33.6 cubic inches
yellow legs— October 1 to Decern- such birds as are not protected by summon and examine witnesses un thought tothe Lusitania, the Euro
(dry plot), and it shall be unlawful
ber 15. (Federal law.)
der oath, to suspend open seasons, pean war, or to the affairs of Uncle
“-RAINS —Leave, aotith bound 8:10 a. to offer or expose for sale or sell
Chinese pheasants and grouse—
To bunt or fish without having a offer rewards to apprehend violatois, Sam and the White House The cir
strawberries, blackberries, raspber
9:2fi a. in. ami 4;2ti p. m.
October 1 to October 31. Jackson ! license on person, and to refuse to and to acquire any kind of game lor cus with its bare-back riders jump
ries or similar berries in boxes or
OATS— Six boat« plying on the Co
(county October 1 to October to.-show same on demand of proper propagation, experiments or scien ing through hoops, its trapeze per
quille river afford ample at-coremo- baskets other tban standard size;!
formers and athletes, contained the
datioq lor carrying freight and pasaen provided that nothing in this sec No open season in Coos, Curry and ; officer or owner or representative of tific purposes.
gem to Baudot! and way points. Boat»
| real property where hunting.
great interest in life, and made
eave at 7 :30, 8 :30, 9:20 and 9:30 a. m. tion shall be construed as in any
Quail— open season in Coos. Cur -1 To bunt at night; or on any
Open Angling Seasons
Both the leaders of a great nation forget
and at 1:00, 3 :30 and 4 :45 p. tr.._______ other way preventing the sale of
r AGE—J. L. Laird, proprietor. De strawberries, blackberries, loganber ry, Jackson and Josephine counties Kaine reservation. To hunt deer Districts: Trout over six inches— their griefs and itrsults as they be
Closed at all with dogs; or to hunt on enclosed or April 1 to October 31 bag limit 75 held the fascinating spectacle. En
part« 5 :3 0 p. m. for Rjseburg via
ries, raspberries or similar berries — October 1 to 31.
Myrtle Point,carrving the United State«
raged and excited men in a few
I occupied uninclosed lands without fish or 50 pounds in any one day.
bv weight or in boxes or baskets of times in other counties.
mail and pane tigers.
hours passed to that happy state
Lincgar, |>o»t- a greater interior capacity than 67 2
I P ' master. The mail« close »« follow«: inches ”
To disguise the sex or kind of any bag limit 50 fish or 50 pounds in where they were “ like boys again.”
Myrtle Point 7:40 a.m. 5:20, 2:36 p.in.
No matter how serious may be
game; or lo lie in wait near licks any one day. Bass, crappies, Will
Marshfield 9:00 a. in. and 4:15^ p. 111 ,
turns in national or private life,
Uaiidon, way points, 8:45 a m. Norway
Buck deer with horns -3 during while hunting deer; to sell game of
Buy High Grade Jerseys
and Aragol2:55 p.m. Eastern mail 5:20
lings— all year— bag limit 40 pounds one cannot but feel sure that it is a
p. m. Eastern mail arrives 7 :30 a. m.
great thing to have the circus come
Silver gray squirrel— 5 "> a n y ' according to law; to shoot game in one day.
Portland, Ore.— That the dairy-
along once in awhile. It made Tu
C ity and Countv Officers
meD of the Willsmette Valley are seven consecutive days.
Mayor............................... A. T. Morrison fully »live to the importance of im
Ducks, geese, rails, coots and rights-of-way; to wantonly waste year, except September 15 to Octo multy, the Senators, Cabinet officers
......................J. H. Lawrence
ber to. Bag limit 50 pounds in one and the Federal Trade officials feel
R. H. Mast proving their herds is indicated by shore birds -30 in any seven con game; to shoot from any power,
just a little more as they should
sink or sneak boat, or sink box. To day.
Engineer....................... P. M. Hall-Lewis the pbenominal surceRs of the auc secutive days.
Marshal ................................A. P. Miller
It is Always Unlawful: To fish feel, and perhaos the funny clowns
Night Marshal ........... Oscar WicRliam
For aliens to hunt without by any other means than by hook and the girls In lights helped Berry
Water Superintendent S. V. Epperson •lerspys at Independence last week. ants and grouse -5 in one day, in license.
Fire Oliie;............................... W . C. Chase
and line; to use salmon spawn in man’s cartoon to become effective.
Councilmen—Jesse Byers, C. T. Skeels The total number of animals chan cluding one female Chinese pheas a special gun license.
To hum tules between September Willamette River and tributaries Likely the fact that the circus came
C. I. Kime, Ned C.Kelley, W. H. Ly ging hands was 185 , of which 135 ant, and to in any seven consecu
ons, O. C. San lord. Regular meetings
This tive days, including 2 female Chi- 15 and February 15, excepting by south of East Independence Station, to town may have much to do with
first and third Mondays each month. were register of merit cattle.
permit from game warden; to have Marion County, to cast lumber shaping the destiny of our great
is th« largest numtn r of Jerseys of n se pheasants.
Justice of the Peace
J. J. Stanley
in possession more than 40 pounds waste, dyes, chemicals, decaying nation Anyhow, before the stakes
Ned C. Kelley this class ever offered at one sale in
the Uuited States
Congressman 5 in one day and to in any seven of jerked venison; to trap, net or substances, etc , in streams; to fish were pulled, the people who wanted
ensnare game animals, bird* or fish at night or within 200 feet below to fight Germany and the wildcats,
Commissioners—W. T. Dement, Geo. J. McArthur was one of the largest consecutive days.
as expressly provided
any fishway; to sell trout, bass, crap- had ceased to flout their views, and
buyers, securing 10 animals at a
........... Robt. Watson
pies, catfish, whitefish or grayling; were lending ready ears to sugges
Alfred Johnson. Jr.
Doves— to iu one day nr 20 in its ol any city or town, public park to use powder or poisonous sub- tions of more peaceful methods
........T. M. Dimmick price being $375
Other high pids
............... T. J. Thrift
ARE YOU AN HEIR?
seven consecutive days.
01 cemetery, or on any campus stances in streams. To maintain an
Raymond E. Baker were: H H. Curtis, $ 500 , W. L.
Again the question of foreign
Geese killed in Wasco, Sherman, or grounds of any public school, irrigation ditch without - aving it
.... C. F. McCnllock Pate, $400 and W. B. Allen, $ 305 .
............ F. E. Wilson
estates has been brought up, and
Gilliam, Harney, Crook, Morrow j college or university, or within the screened at the intake,
..... Dr. Walter Culin As many an 3 C bead of Jerseys were
the Spate Moments Publishing
brought to this sale by a single I and Umatilla counties may he sold boundaries o f any watershed reser-
p e n a l t ie s
after having metal tags attached.
vation as set aside by the United
Any person killing any m runtain Company, ol Allentown, Pennsyl
Societies will get the very best
IT is a l w a y s u n l a w f u l
States to supply water to cities or \ sheep, mountain goat, antelope, elk vania, is authority for the statement
Jasper— Old Sylvester flouring To kill Mountain Sheep, Antelope, within any National bird or game moose, caribou, may be fined from that ’’ it is estimated that there are
PR I N T IN G
mill sold to Leonard Lepley, will be Elk. Beaver, female Deer, Spotted reservation; to resist game wardens $200 to f t , 000 and imprisoned not something like 60,000 people scat-
at the office of Coquille Herald
tered throughout Ihe United States
Fawn, Silver Pheasants, Golden or other officers charged with the
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M I. II. iK O. F., . im-rts I every
» in Odd Kollow»
rf b e k a h
lo d u e
r inal Commencement Lxercises, Masonic Hall r nday livening Brothers big circus, which quite
SYNOPSIS OF OREGON GAME LAWS
A vaudeville sketch called “ War
Brides,” showing bow ycung girls
in Europe, caught by the euthu»i-
asm of war, are marryiug pa»iug
soldiers, in order tbit they may he
the means of helping to repopulate
their countries, has created a sensa
tion in the national capital, where
it has been staged by great actresses.
The sufferings of womankind; oi
the war brides, the old mothers who
give up their sons and daughters
for their country, only to be called
on each generation tor the same sac
rifices, is splendidly brought out in
this little drams. Secretary Bryan
applauded the play heartily, and
Fola LaFolleite, daughter of the
Wisconsin Senator, made a speech to
the audience from a box. A num
ber ot new companies have been
orgaoized to tour the country, and
the play, which is likened to “ Uncle
Tom’s Cabin,” will eventually be
seen in every portion of the United
With war for breakfast, lunch,
dinner, business hours, and leisure
periods — with war monopolizing
conversation, and running through
every column of public print, it is
little wonder that people are becom
ing war crazy. Even men of peace
have apparently been carried away
with the excitement.
notable case is that of Honorable
Richard Bartholdt, of St. Louis.
Bartholdi has long been in Con
gress, and he asked his people, in
1912, to let him retire in order that
he might give his attention to the
world peace movement. His con
stituents insisted that be remain in
Congress another two years, hut
during that period he never missed
an opportunity to pose as a great
peace advocate. A year ago, when
talk was strongest in favor of the
Nobel peace prize being awarded to
Secretary Bryan, a counter move
ment was started in favor of Con
gressman Bartholdt. and a petition
was circulated in Congress, and
about one-half its members asked
that the prize be given Bartholdt.
Then came the war, and we find our
illustrious peace advocate a bitter
partisan of his native country.
Bartholdt fairly bristles In his hos
tility to the Allies, and he even goes
so far as to charge the country he
represented foi so many years in
Congress as lacking in good faith
in upholding its policy of neutrality.
There have been many cases like
that of Bartholdt. which indicate
that we have too many hyphenated
Americans in the public service.