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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1916)
T he C oquille H erald
VOL. 34, NO. 16
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1916.
COAST MILITARY HIGHWAY
PER YEAR $1.50
STATE INDUSTRIAL REVIEW
mer road,” Imt it has no military passage of the
i value. as it is blockaded l>v snow expect others to lie cmiscius ot the
Fraternal and Benevolent Order
¡T iu m J to 6 mouths in the year, a n d n e e d s ot the C o a s ' ; if we are to I f
F. A A. M.—Regular nreetlnti of ” ° l l ld be V a l u a b l e in W a r reaci,es au elevation of over 4,000 ¡cure this benefit it will depend Compiled by State Bureau of
Chadwick Lodge No. 68 A. F. A A.
and in Peace
la rg e ly upon out own actions
Industries and Statistics
leet at Siskiyou, Oregon
M. at Masonic Hall, every Sa urilay
night in each month on or before tire
The military road along the coast
L. A. l.ri.UHtiVisT, W. M.
Time is today more than
Salem, January 3 — Washing!'n
will not only be free from snow, but open road between California and
K. 11. M ast , Secretary.
belore the essence of war Rapidity
the Northwest cannot be over esti- j county piuued $13.500 Itom 1916
( ) K. S -R egU 'ar meetlng of Beulah is the end sought in the mobiltza ¡ ¡ i . * “ 1 " Is0.1|,,e l,racMca,lv ltve1' mated. If the Congress permits budget
'w/. Chapter No. 6, foconri and lourtn .
1 i his road will open up winter trav-
lion end transporation
t rulay evenings of each month, in Mn- Hon
tran^por‘allon of troops
! , ,
Redmond raises water rate Irom
el between California and Puget the sale of timber to deirav me cost
E mma L iliikovist , W. M.
| T h is beinK 'h e c a s e a m ilitary j s ,)und( m ak in g the road boyond all ol constructing the m ilitary road, it $• 75 for 500 Icet to $2 loir 300 iect.
A nsa L awrence Sec.,
highway along the Pacific coast is question, the greatest 'winter high- I w*d enable the citizens ol tire cuast
Railroads placing I ig orders sends
tu build their o
O. O. F —Coquille Lodge No. 53, i. O. our gieatest need for coast defeuse. way” in the world
price of lumber and shiugles.
. O. F., meets every .Saturday urglit Today, the best atmv iu the world |
The road would be 24 feet in way.
n Odd Fellows Hall.
C 00- Pay Harbor sensibly
would te useless on the coast to re width.
In our foreign policy, mav it be
H. B. M oore . N. G.
A tentative construction
factoty that tuns all
J . 8. I^AWRKNCE, Sec.
pel an invader, as the e is no way plan is as follows:
said of us as tbe Indiaus said of tbe
tbe time and makes steady employ
a m if , r e b e k a h l o d g e , No. 20 by which an army can be trans
x. The Government to make all
I. O. O. F., meets every second and
ericans is as long as the summer ment and nets a return to the own
fourth W'.J.v .ill... nights in Old Fellows ported along the <L, -st line.
er is better than a big concern idle
have gone so far as to state that
P aulin « C uster , N. G.
2. The county through which day, but their arm is as long as tbe
A nnie L awrence , Sec.
a large part ot the year.
this terrible handicap to us, is ol the road passes to acquire the right winter night.”
z'sOQtJILLE ENCAMPMENT, No. 25 equal disadvantage to the enemy. of way, by putebase or condemna
(Published by F. W. Harris,Ren
Congressman Hawley promises
Thursday nights in <
Hall. j This is of course not the case. The tion. Right of way 100 feet in ton, Wash., February, October and the people of Crescent City a break
J . 8. B a kto n , C. ? .
primary object of an invading gen width.
water and jetty.
December, 1915 )
J . S .L a w ren ce . Sec.
I eral is to make a landing. He does
3. The Government to sell tim
North Bend— Archie Kiuse put
t r NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.—Lycurgua not expect to find transportation
Naming of Bright Angel
A Mother’s Struggle.
ber in the State to the amount to How Portland Fast Set
ting in a box factory here.
IS . Lodge No. 72. ineets Tuesday nighta ;
in \V. O. W. Hall.
| facilities awaiting him.
The one cover cost of constructing the mili
Bid the Saloon Goodbye Port of Portland will have 2500 There are few stories which pre
R. R. W a t so n , K R. 8. j end so ugh t, is to get his troops on
The many thousands who have
O. A. M intonye . C. C.
horsepower dredge finished by Jan sent in so fascinating a manner descended the Bright Angel Trail
I land, then he may safely trust to
Following is the area of the State
Pot tland was evidently a scene 10.
some of the vital problems which at the Grand Canyon will be inter
- * » »■- w pi ans belonging to the United States: of wild saturnalia on New Year's
day nights ill W. O. W. Hall.
Public utility assessments in Jose women are sometimes called upon ested in this entry from the diary of
Washington 30 per cent; Oregon 50 eve and men and women gave a
M ss. G eorge D avis , M. E. C.
to solve, as “ Should a Mother
The military highway is for our per cent; California 46 per cent. It farewell to King Alcohol that must phine County are reduced $43,823.
Major John Powell, the first ex
M rs . F red L ineoar , K. of R
Tell?” as picturized bv William
plorer of the Grand Canyon:
is estimated that 10 per cent of the have made ladies and gentlemen 33 -
ED MEN— Coauille Tr^pe No, 46, 1.
Fox. Tbe mothei in the story is a
Ii we are area of the Forest Reserves of glad that his reign was at an end.
O. R. M., meets every Friday night get lu the beach first.
“ The little affluent which we
When state and interstate com woman in an ordinary station in
n W O. W. Hall.
discovered here is a clear,
The Telegram says:
J . 8. B ar to n , Sachem.
merce commissions are raising rail life, the parent of a beautiful girl.
stroy the highway in retreat.
If nia. will build tbe military road.
A. P. M iller , C. of R.
beautiful cteek, or river, as it would
There was a wierd and wild, but road rates, Portland lumbermen are
She is suddenly thrust into a sit
W. A. —Regular meetings of Bea- the enemy succeeds in making a The people ot the Pacific Coast joyous ushering in of the New Year trying to get reduced rates that dis
be termed in this western country
uation where action is demanded
• ver Camp No. 10.550 in M. W. A. landing through the surf it is too
this funda-; in the grills of the city. F.acb was criminate against interior sawmills and where such action must either where streams are not abundant.
Hall, Front street, first and third Sat
Final victory can then be mental necessity of coast defense.
We have named one stream away
urdays in each month,
¡crowded to the doors, not one foot
H. B. T o z i e r . Consul.
Home contractors to be preferred blight her daughter's life and honor above in honor of the great chief of
purchased only at great cost.
The section of the military high- of spate being vacant.
F. C. T rue , Clerk.
or her own good name, conscience
tbe ‘Bad Angels,’ and, as this is in
In the event of war, the move- way betvyeen Astoria, Oregon, and barely sufficient room for ushers to on new Baker $125,000 schoolhouse.
and bet duty to God.
S , A.— Regular meeting of Laurel
beautiful contrast to that, we con
. amp N o. 2972 at M . W. A. Hall, | ment of the N ational G uard arid Eureka, Calif., is the key to the move through the aisles
On witnessing this picture one is
Front, street, second and fourth Tues Federal troops will be in one direc -1 military situation on the coast. Tne | and other liquor flowed freely. Ev Roseburg and Iowa capital develop
clude to name it ’ Bright Angel.’ ”
with a problem that
day n ghts in each month.
On August 17 he writes:
lion only, and that is to the coast. I ros.d between these l'*'0 points may i erybody started out early to go the ing Sutberliu.
M aky K ern , Oracle.
L aura B ran do n , Ree.
has not even opeued an Oregon seems, at first, to be unanswerable
“ It i especially cold tn the rain
stone quarry. The new First Na It seems almost unjust for frail wo tonight. The little canvas we have
,. w .—Myrtle Camp No. 197,
meets every Wednesday at 7 :30
tional Bank building is built of man to be called upon to face such is rotten and useless; the rubber
p. m. at W. O. W. Hall.
ponchos with which we started
Lee Currie, C. C.
But since the beginning of lime,
J ohn L enkvk , Sec.
from Green City have all been lost;
Reedsport— Railroad men put
it has been said, women have been
y->VEN1NGTIDE CIRCLE No. 214,
, , more than half the party is without
ting in $50,000 fishing and cold
called upon to shoulder most of the .
r , meets second anti fourth Monday
r j ____
^ __ tJ | hats, and not one of us has an en
nights in W. O. W. Hall.
burdens and crosses of the world
A nnie B u r k h o l d e r , G.N.
As 1916 is leap year, it will be in In all mothers there is the worl 1 - tire suit of clothes, and we have not
M ary A. P ierce , Clerk.
a blanket apiece. So "we gather
order to take a long leap toward po
old, primitive instinct for the pi >•
tt Y r WER s Y j NION.—Regular nieet-
driftwood and build a fire; but atj£r
tection ol tb-ir young.
r ings second and fourth Saturdays in
the rain, coming down in
Oregon wheat, oats, corn, barley, mother is called upon to violate
each month in W. O. W. Hall.
F rank B urkholder , Pres.
torrents, extinguishes it, and we
rye, potatoes and hay net $48,059,- that instinct, even though it be to j
O. A . M intonye . Sec.
sit up all night on the rocks shiver
000 in 1915
save the life of an innocent man, 1
r?RATERNAL AID No. 398, meets the
ing, and are more exhausted by
P second and fourth Thursdays each
Roseburg— With new machinery her first wild impulse is to do all, to the night's discomfort than by the
onth at W. O. IV. Hall.
Douglas county flour mill starts sacrifice all, for her own.
M rs . C hau . E vi . and , Pres.
M rs . L ora H arrington , S ec.
comes a reaction. Can she stand
On August 21:
Public Service Commission re by and permit the blood of an inno
Educational Organizations and Clubs
“ Below, the river turns again to
He is a
fuses to lower rates of Coos Bay cent man to be shed?
the right; the canyon is very nar
OMAN’S study Club. —Meets 2:30
p. m. at city library every second
Water company in spite of agita young man, a young man with row, and we see in advance but a
and fourth Monday.
Huch a decision everything in the world before hitn. short distance
Tbe water, too, is
H arriet A. L ongston , Pres.
F rances E. E pperson Sec.
tends to assure capital it will have He, too, is the child of an adoring very swift, and there is no landing
a square deal in Oregon and that it mother. Should she , permit ,, this
, place. From around this curve
life to be thus needlessly
LEAGUE—Meets monthly at the
will not be made a political football. promising
' _ _ 6 _ _
. there comes a mad roar, and down
High School Building during the school
P h o to b y A m e r ic a n P r e s s A s s o c ia tio n .
snuffed out? Can she permit it? we are carried, with a dizzying vel
year for the purpose ot discussing edu
Roseburg Sand and Gravel Co.
But— her child! the little baby that
ocity, to the head ot another rapid.
enlarge plant at once.
B irdie S kkki . s , 1’ies.
sue nursed, now grown up to a
Maurice Damour, secretary of the committee of appropriations of the chamber of deputies. The others are M. Cbouf-
On either side, high above our
E dna H aklocker . Sec.
tour of the Credit Franoals, E. Delasalle-Thiriez, delegate of the French spinning Industry; Jacques ..^'”ieur, agri
beautilul young womanhood. How beads, there are overhanging gran
O KEEL KLUB—A business men's
Dallas & Roseburg Ry., to furnish can she permit her life to be ruined
cultural engineer and official delegate of the department of agriculture, and Louts Trlncauo, director of the Horo-
social organization. Hall in Eaird s
ite walls and the sharp bends cut
logical School of Besancon and official delegate of the department of commerce. Left to right in the picture are material for factory at Oswego by
— her chance for future happiness
building. Second street.
MM. ChouiTour, Dnniour. Deiasalle. Thiriez, I.esueur and Trincuno.
March 15 if possible; 50 men at shattered? She is the flesh of her off our view, so that a few minutes
L. J . C ary , Pres
W. C. E ndicott , Sec.
will earry us into unknown waters.
flesh, and the bone of her bone.
I! that is the case, what is the use be compared to a road through a limit. The revelers realized that it work.
"Away we go on one long, wind
pO JIM ERCIAL CLUB— L eo J. C ary
Machinery purchased for Canby The other is none but a stranger.
O President: L. H. H azard , Secretary of training to create an efficient mountain pass.
This portion oi was the last celebration of the sort
ing chute; I stand on deck, sup
But be is innocent; a word can save j porting myself with a strap fasten
militia, and make it impossible for the military road must lie rnaiu- in which they ever would partici
Transportation fa cilitie s
Coast guard station to be built him.
them to mobolize on the coast?
tained at all hazards in war, as it is pate in Portland and many of them
ed on either side to the gunwale,
T^RAINS—Leave, south bound 8:10 a.
near mouth of Siuslaw.
And so the cruel struggle rages
Army officers state that Japan a connecting link between all the went beyond even the limit.
and tbe boat glides rapidly where
1 m. and 2:40 p. m. North bound
Now the water is smooth, or, striking a
In some of the grills women for
9:26 a. m. and 4:26 p. m.
______ could land on this side of the Pa- railroads entering California and all
New shingle mill to be built at within the mother’s breast.
her instinctive mother passion is wave, she leaps and bounds like a
On the railroads entering Puget Sound got their modesty as their minds Acme at ouce.
OATS—Six boats plying on the Co- cific 258,367 men in 41 days.
quille river afford ample accommo the Atlantic coast the Austro-Ger- and the Columbia River.
Army and bodies became benumed with
County has installed gravel plant uppermost. Now her sense of right thing of lile, and we have a wild,
dation inr carrying freight and passen
gers to Bandon ami way points. Boats
exbilerating ride for 10 miles,which
eave at 7 :30, 8 :30, 9 :20 and 9 :*0 a. m. across the Atlantic in 40 days The Bay, Oregon, and Eureka, Calif., when many embraced their com
Probably there has never been so
we make in less than an hour. The
Southern Douglas county is wit
and at 1:00, 3 -.30 and 4 :4.~> p. m._______
powerful a story written as this by excitement is so great that we for
Allies could send across the Allan t0 protect this section of the road, panions. The next step was a kiss
TAGE—J . L. Laird, proprietor. De tic 900,000 men in from 27 to 41 As long as we control this road the and finally the two would lock in a nessing considerable mining ac Rex Ingram. Undoubtedly never |
get the danger until we hear tbe
parts 5:30 p. m. for Roseburg via
has there been portrayed, either
Myrtle Point,carrying the United Slates days. This includes all necessarv ¡ at mies of the Noithwest and the long embrace, unmindful of the
Newport is to have an up to date upon the screen or upon the legiti roar of a great fall below; then we
mail and pisengers.
stores and animals.
\ Southwest will be able to act as a jeers of those around them.
back on our oars, and are carried
mate stage, such a delineation of
This is a United States army ¡unit. With this connection sever- of the women did not stop at ad
toward its head, aud suc
master. The mails close as follows:
Roseburg is to have new fire the strength of mother love as is
These figures show that \ ed and in possession of the enemy ministering their affection upon
M yrtle Point 7:40 a.m . 5:20, 2:35 p.m. estimate.
ceed in landing just above, and
given by Betty Nansen, the Queen find that we have to make another
Marshfield 9:06 a. m. and 4:15 p. m. Qur isolation” is a thing of the the task of invasion is simplified
their companions but, emboldened proof concrete warehouse.
Bandon, way points, 8 :46 a m. Norway i
an<l.\rago.l2:55 p.m. Eastern mail 5:20 past. Our loug coast line tnMaad
1 his problem oi defense is pecu-
In her former William Fox screen
p. m. Eastern mail arrives 7:30 a. m.
j,eing a strength, is now our liar to the Pacific Coast. Tbe At- grills drinking with others they per cent pure discovered in Goose
successes, “ A Celebrated Scandal ’
weakness The steamship is supe- lantic Coast is a network of high- never before had met, and pertnit- Lake valley.
City and Counts) Officers
rior to the railway as a means of ways and railways. There is n«t ting themselves to be embraced. In
Work is progressing rapidly on "Anna Karenina” and “ A Wo-
....A, T. Morrison
J . 8. Lawrence
has risen to such dramatic heights office which was established at this
..........R. H. Mast The invader can choose his plare of road there, that exists here.
ful young woman with face flushed
p a VI • Hftll^LjPwis 1
A. P. Miller landing, giving him the initiative
Our only adequate means for de- with wine and emboldened to the rion and Linn counties incorporate as to have placed her far in the van place a couple ol weeks ago is do
of emotional artistes.
B u t in ing a good business even at this
John Buchan says: “ Initiative , fending 2.000 miles of coast line, limit, embraced one of the detec for $50,000.
Water Superintendent. ..S. V. Epperson, .
. . . . . . .
"Should a Mother Tell?” William early period. Some days the mes
w. C. Chase tn war l c the power to dictate to the j rests in heavy mobile batteries of tives in the place, and the detective
Twenty-five thousand dollar ho
Fox has furnished her with a ve sages come over the wires so lively
Councilmen—Jesse Bvers, C. T. Skecls enemy the form of action; to lay artillery.
did not appear to object.
tel planned for Woodburn.
C. I. Kime. Ned C.Kelley, W. H. Ly-
that brings out such emotional that it keeps the station masters on
0111, O. C. Sanford. Regular meetings down the type of the coming battle,
A request to the reader: This
stress as to leave the audience spell the jump to tend to them and dis
first and third Mondays each month, ¡ wh e n combined with the offensive, coast highway was Indorsed by sev ed around the entrances to the grills
The Dalles— Work on new evap bound— almost stunned.
eral of tbe coast Chambers of Com during the closing hour.
patch the trains at tbe same time.
J. J. Stanley is a terrible weapon.”
Justice of the Peace
for Dri-Fresh Co. progress
H. W. Dunham ' There is only one way by which merce in 1914.
Miss Nansen h s one aoswer to'
Duting the past men and women, under the in
theproblem"Shouldn Mother 1 ell? Announcement Is Expected.
James Aateon . jjjis
vantage mav be offset; that 1 year this plan has been placed be- fluence of liquor, left the grills to ing rapidly.
Roseburg— Drager Fruit Co. may Many will agree with her solution,
is, the construction of military | f ire the Commercial bodies of take taxicabs the crowds jeered
many will not. But whether you
Geo. W. Moore has not yet re
Pobt. " ateon 1 roads alone the coast, en ab lin g us I W ashin gton , Oregon and C alifornia and made all sorts of light remarks. \ enlarge packing plant next year
Alfred Johnson. J r .
agree or not, you will remember turned from Toledo, Ore , where
T reasurer......— ........T. M. Dimmick to p arallel on land the m ovem ents and h as been b ro ught to the atten- In front of a number of the grills I
this sensational photodrama for a business called him during the fote-
T. J. Thrift of the invading army at sea.
tion of Ihe Pacific Coast Congres- there were veritable blockades, and \
Raymond E. Raker
long, long time.
1 part of last week, therefore no defi-
C. F. McCullock
A b ly supporting Miss Nansen are nife information as to when tbe
...... F. E. Wilson cific coast is in every sense an effi- received a great deal ot encourage the seething crowds to provide an | stve I Coquille
for the simple
Dr. Walter Cui in
ture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., Stuart Holmes, Jean Sothern and m'N here will open is to be had.
ment means of defense, as this road ment and support
A bill creating exit for the celebrants,
known as Adler-i-ka. Thi« remedy tine,I
successfully for appendicitis, is the most an eminent cast of the Fox calibre. There is a repor', however, from
will-be free from snow during the this highway is being introduced at
bowel cleanser we ever
Societies will get the very best
--------- — ---- —
authentic sources, that a definite
this session of the Congress.
The Dalles Diamond flour mills THOROUGH
It is so powerful that ONE
announcement concerning the open-
PR I N T I N G
The present road Eietween Seattle * If you are in favor of this project making extensive improvements, SPfJONKUL relieves almost AN Y CASE
will be made sometime
at the office of Coquille Herald
never gripes, is safe to uae
j week— Western World.
Pacific Highway is an ideal “ sum-1 stonai representatives to secure the l Reports say Bandon mills will ^ and the INSTANT action ia surprising. sel for San Francisco.
COME HERE TO IMPROVE TRADE WITH FRANCE.
Special Naiice la Capale Falb