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About Coquille herald. (Coquille, Coos County, Or.) 1905-1917 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 29, 1916)
V he C oquille H erald
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1916.
PER YEAR $1.60
Baltic is seen lor the first lime, and Federation of Women’»
Neal of the Navy and
an automobile engine, attention
j there are bays and inlets that stretch
Clubs Meet» in May
must he given to at least four parti- STATE INDUSTRIAL DEVIEW
F r i t t m il in d Benevolent Order
into ihe very heart of the city; aud
cul ar points The carburetor must
F. & A. M.—Regular meeting of Note* Written for the Herald watercraft, great arched bridges,
Widespread interest is developing
Neal of the Navy (Episode No. be properly adjusted, the combus- X-ornpiled by State Bureau of
• Chadwick Lodge No. 68 A. F. A A.
by Member of Party
royal buildings, and public and pri in the plans for the coming Bien 5, “ A Message from the Past” — tion chamber free Irom carbon, the
Induatrie» and Statistic»
M.. at Slasouic Hall, every Saturday
night in each month on or before the
vate institutions, as well as magni nial Convention of the General Two Pans.)
L. A. L ilijeqviht , W. M.
(By J. E. Jones )
ficent homes, greet the eye. From Federation of Women’s Clubs to be
Salem, Ore. - N e w industries are
Mrs. Hardin and her adopted tion and oil should be reasonably
R. H. M ast , Secretary.
the point where I sit writing this held in New York City in May. children, Annette Ilingtou and Joe fresh and clean. Now, all of these com,DR to 'be Mate, and in many
K. — Reguiar meeting of Beulah
We were scheduled to leave letter I look out over one of these Club women everywhere are awak- Welcher, all survivors of the Mt. points can he a'lended to by the ,own, the erection of new buildings
• Chapter No. tl, second and fourth
Friday evenings of each month, iu Ma Christiania Tor Stockholm at nine branches of the Baltic, and reflect | euing to a realization of the siguifi-
Pelee disaster, journey In the Naval owner or user, provided he has the and uew Plan,s have been annonne-
o’clock in the morning on a special that Russia and the war are only 1 cance which attaches to the return Training School at Newport to vis disposition to do so— technical skill ed. Everywhere in the state »re
E mma L ilijbqvimt , W. M.
A nna L awrenck Sec.,
Less than five of the Federation to the city of its it Mrs. Hardin’s son Neal, enlisted is not tt all necessary, especially the signs of steady, consistent and
train. As usual the management 200 miles away.
r O. O. F .— Coquille Lodge No. 53, I.O . of the interests of Mr. Ford arrang hundred yards away is the King’s birth, after twenty-six years ot phe- as a sailor. While at Newport, An with a machine constructed as sim- encouraging growth.
1 . (). F ., meets every Saturday night
ed lor the best train 10 be bad in Pal»ce, and almost adjoining it is nomenal growth in numbers and nette is attacked by Hernandez, ply as the 1916 Overland.
Marshfield— Sawmill at Isthmus
n Odd Fellows Hall.
H. B. M oork , N. G.
all Scandinavia. Our baggage was the Reichstag. The sweep of vi- j activities.
Since the new year who, aided by his partners Ponto
The first and most important Inlet to be operated this month.
J. S. I. awkknce , Sec.
piled in the center of the waitiug sion cf perhaps a quarter of a mile came jn> tbe Local Board reports and Inez Castro, and their strange point, of course, is the adjustment
Grants Pass— Dyer Company of
a m i e k e b e k a h l o d g e , No. 20 room of the station and it was near takes in the old church where the "Progress" daily,
and is rapidly brute man servant, is trying to se of tbe carburetor, which should be Cleveland, O , have contract for
I. O. O. F., meets every second and
fourth Wednesday nights In Odd Fellows ly two hours before it was put kings and queens ui Sweden are making up its schedule of arrange- cure the Yellow Packet iu An so adjusted that the mixture will erecting $600,000 sugar factory near
I’ aulink C uster , N. G.
aboard. Alter a long wait our spe buried, the Royal Opera House,and meuts for the eventful ten days be- nette’s possession. This packet con not be too rich or too lean.
A nnie L a wre nc e . Sec.
cial Main finally goi under way tbe National Museum of Arts. Sur- tween May 23rd and June 3rd. On tains the map showing the location proper mixture is one that is just as
Portland to have tuw vaudeville
/M tQ U IL L E ENCA M I’ M ENT, No. 25 shortly after eleven o’clock.
We rounding us are great and wonder- : Tuesday, the 23rd, at ten sharp, the of Lost Isle and its treasure mine. lean as possible, as a thin mixture
I. O. O. F„ meet« the lirstand third
theatre to cost $425,000.
were soou to hnd that a “ special ful streets, along which modern j Board of Directors meets at the As By the timely aid ot Neal and a is faster and more powerful than a
Thursday nights in Odd Fellows Hall.
Spauldiug Logging company will
J. S. B arton , C. ? .
train” must give precedence in ev architecture has set an example j tor, in the room reserved for the squad ol U S. Marines, Annette es rich mixture. All that is necessary
J . S. L awrence , Sec.
cut 55,000,000 feet of logs back of
ery case to trains on the regular that has many advantages over the sole use of the Board throughout capes, still iu possession of the map. is to thin out Ihe mixture by in
■ 7 NIGH TS
l’ Y T i H
H I 1 A
A S 8 .—L,ycurgus
. — Lycurgus ,
At one o’clock
K . Lodge No. 72. meets Tuesday nights schedule, and therefore ibe trip finest illustrations of building in tbe the Convention.
In this episode, Annette attends creasing the air or cutting down on
Ontario— District to be formed to
in W. U. W. Hall.
which should have been finished in United States.
they adjourn for luncheon in Col a dance aboar > 'he U. S S. Ala the gasoline supply until you arrive
R. R. W atso n , K R. 8.
Warm Springs irrigation
bama, where the . isguised Hernan at a condition where with a cold
O. A. M i nto ny e . C. C.
all eight, and it was half past seven the Christmas celebration, for Scan Chairmen hold a preliminary con dez again attempts to secure the engine there wonld be a sneezing project.
I ) Y T II1 AN SISTERS—Justus Temple
Donald campaigning for a cheese
l No. 35, meets first and Third Mon in the morning before we reached dinavia is a great land ot Christmas ference in the afternoon, not open Yellow Packet, and Annette is or coughing iu
day nights iu W. 0 . VV. Hall.
cheer. One hundred citizens, led to delegates, who will instead be thrown into the sea. She is rescued, which symptom will pass away as factory.
Mss. G e ik o e D a v i s , M. E. C.
Plans on foot to irrigate 100,000
M r s . F red L i n e g ar , K. of R
Our train consisted of parlor cars bv the Mayor, formed a reception welcomed bv the New Jersey State and that night, while drying out soon as the engine is warm. This
committee and waited until past Fedetation at a reception given at the soaked map before the fir*, sees is a very easy adjustment for any acres of Little and Big Agency
ED M E N -C oou ille Tribe No. 48, 1. and along one side of each of the
belated train. the famous Stevens Institute, just a secret inscription showing the lat one to make.
O. R. M., meets every Friday night cars was a narrow aisle, from which midnight for our
plains in Jefferson and Crook coun
11 W O. W. Hall.
J. 8. B arton , Sachem.
A. P. M ill e r , C. of It.
partments. Into one of these com peared, the Mayor, one of the finest
Annually enough water goes to
On Wednesday morning the bus Annette and her party start for Lost keep the carbou out ol tbe combus
W. A. — Kegular meeting* of Bea- partments, which could comfort gentlemen in all the world, still iest women in New York will be Isle aboard the S. S. Coronado, on tion chamber, and this is also very waste iu Umatilla River to irrigate
. ver Camp No. 10.550 in M. W . A.
remained with a lew others, lor the the Credentials Committee in the which Hernandez, Ponto and the easily attended to by anyone by 100,000 acres laud.
Hall, Front stree', first anil third Sat ably house about six people, if they
urdays in each month.
sat up straight, eight persous were purpose ol escorting us to our ho Astor Rose Room.
On that day Brute also lake passage. There is scraping the carbon loose with car
Portland Chamber of Commerce
H. B. T o /. ie r , Consul.
obliged to crowd themselves
My tels. Was this a significant peace also, the Local Board inaugurates a a mutiny aboard ship, and Annette bon scrapers, which ran be secured to be reorganized to concentrate
F. C. T ruk , Clerk.
recollection of our compartment is demonstration and did it mean any new policy in Convention history is attacked by a drug-craztd sailor from any supply store, and blowing more upon payrolls and industries
N. A.— Regular meeting of Laurel
. amp No. 2972 at M. W . A . Hall, that it was handsomely upholstered thing? Let me tell you that it was by giving a luncheon to the State The Brute, prompted by some mys the loose carbon out of the valve and less upon long distance enter
Fronti street, second and fourth Tues and that our train had been eight on the coldest night recorded iu
presidents. The official opening in terious force, takes Annette’s assail domes, or the valve caps, wilh a prises.
day nghts in each month.
hours on the road before the two .Sweden in 120 years Does this the huge drill hall of the "Sev ant in his huge arms, and climbing foot pump, bellows or compressed
M ar y K e r n , Oracle.
Corvallis grants Southern Pacific
L aura B randon , Rec.
rear cars were heated.
It was a answer the question?
enth’s“ Armory, takes place on to tbe topmast flings him into the air. The only poiDt to be careful a franchise upon its own terms.
O. W .— Myrtle Camp No. 197, bittet cold day, and though we all
There is a about is to see that the bottom
A C H R ISTM AS CELEB R AT IO N
Wednesday evening— a formal oc shark-infested sea.
Baker to get a modern dairy
• meets every Wednesday at 7 :30
wanted to tell somebody in the offi , It was eight o’clock Christmas casion upon which greetings will thrilling and timely rescue of the valves are shut, so that none of the
p. m. at W. O. W. Hall.
Lee Currie, C. C.
cial railroad world about our diffi morning, and many of us went to be extended by men eminent in city Coronado’s passengers by Neal and loose carbon will get under the
J ohn L e n kvk , Sec.
Portland— Pacific C o a s t Steel
the crew of the gunboat Jackson, valve seats.
culties, there were no trainmen to wha| is known as “ The Julotta,” and state life.
plans to erect $500,000
1 " VEN1NGTIDE CIRCLE No. 214, be found, and therefore there was
The Literature Department plans cruising iu southern waters.
or morning Christmas setvice, held
L / meets second and fourth Monday
at the Oeean Theatre. There was a luncheon for Monday, the 29th,
nights in W. O. W. Hall.
A nnie B u b kh ol d e k , G.N. best of the bad conditions.
The New Adventures of J. Ru Remove the valve caps or domes
Cottage Grove— Quicksilver mine
These a nude choir of lorty voices and the at the Astor, where all similar func
M a ry A. P ierce , Clerk.
Loudon to resume operations.
“ palatial'’ parlor cars are usually “ Stille Nacht’’ was sung in Swed tions will tie given.
1 ,’ ARMKRS UNION.— Regular meet-
Powder wants to build •
ish. "My Country ’Tis ol Thee’’ series of conferences has been ar
X ings second and fourth Saturdays in
fore we arrived at our destination a was rendered in English, and the ranged by this department during Through a burglar whom they have the engitie over by hand and watch new school house.
each month in W. O. W. Hall.
F rank BtRKiioLnEK, Pres.
great maev lights had burned out. national anthems ot the two coun which modern fiction, the Bible, li cornered. J Rufus Wallingford and the inlet valve until it rises and
Jsckson county has good coal
O. A. M in t on y e , Sec.
There were no blankets or other tries greatly affected the American brary extension, pageantry and the Blackie Daw learn of a very likely then seats.
shipped in nearly
t ^RATK RN AL AID No. 398, meets the
The next time the piston comes too carloads.
Capital needed for
Christmas trees, the drama will each in turn be present prospect for their eudeavors. And,
F Becond and fourth Thursdays each coverings in the cars and the only travelers.
onth at W. O. W . Hall.
way to keep warm was to wrap tip stars and stripes floating alongside ed by specialists well qualified to better still, said prospect, they learn to the top it will be in firing posi development.
M rs . C i i a s . K v l a n d , Pres.
from the Warden girls, was in the tion aud both valves are shut with
such clolhing as we brought wilh and entwined with the flag of Swe discuss these subjects.
M rs . L ora H arkinuton , See.
Portland Brewing company re
clique that caused the downfall of the piston anywhere near the top
us One of the dangerous feats we den, and beautiful little Christmas
sumes operation and will make non
The Art Departments’ luncheon
Educational Organizations and Clubs were all obliged to accomplish in
selections with some speech mak is listed for Friday, the 26th, in the old man Warden. They learn that With tbe piston at the top, or with alcoholic beer.
their man, Perigord by name, works in one-fourth of an inch of the top
OM AN’ S Study Club. —Meets 2:30 j g o in g for ou r m eals in the dining ing, helped to constitute the pro
East hall room.
Ashland— $15,000 to be spent re
p. m. at city library every second
in a modiste’s shop and makes of the stroke, go in with your set of
and fourth Monday.
car was ihe passage from
fro. one car to gram.
covers will be laid, and it behooves
modeling hotel Oregon.
H arriet A. L ongston , Pres.
another over an open platform that
Our party was tired and a great State Chairmen of Art Departments
F rances E. E pperson Sec.
Eugene— Business men promot
- | was as unsafe as the passage be- many were lonely for folks whom in the name of their committees, to dressmakers to copy the latest the carbon loose and blow it out as
enlarged fire brick factory.
Screw in the valve
/~ a O Q U I L L E .1 D l) C A T I O N A L twecn ^
be ore the days they had led at home. It had been notify the Federation Cbaiiman modes. Violet purchases one of above directed
L / LEAGUE— Meets monthly At the
Before taking advant
H igh Sch oo l Bu ild ing .lurin g Die school of vestibules, in the U nited States announced that this should be a how manv tickets they wish re
High school gym
year for th e purpose ot discusBing edu- twenty-five yeais ago.
day without a program— a day of served. This sage advice applies
nasium students must procure a
B irdie B k e e l b , Pies.
After nightfall one of our patty
equally to all prospective attend
E d n a H a k lo c k e r . 8 e c .
To see that spark plugs are right physician’s certificate av to physical
was reported missing and everyone residents of Stockholm evidently ants of department luncheons and gord, and while Blackie Is in the
shop J, Rufus enters and hands there must be no cracked porcelain. condition.
O K EEL KLDB—A business menu’ s was sure he had fallen off the train. knew of our anxiety for loved ones
dinners. For example, the Home
social organization. Hall in Laird’ s
The spark plug must be reason
Independence -W m . Riddell em
Fortunately the fear was unfound at home, and they came in great Economics Department has a din him $1000, his share of the profits
building, Secon i street.
L J. C a r y , Pres
ed. The railroad cars are much numbers to wish us a Merry Christ ner on Thursday, the 25th, preced on his investment of $150. The ably clean, and the important point ployed a man to catch gophers on
W. C. K ndicott , Fee.
is that the spark plug points must his lartu. Result, 3800 in one year
lighter and shorter than those in mas, and to encourage us in our ing the monster reception of that victim stares at him wild-eyed.
/'C OM M ERCIAL CLUB— L eo J. C ar y
be 1-32 of an inch apart.
Spark at 25 cents each, or nearly a thous
great work which they so admir evening at the Metropolitan Mu
U President; L. H . H a z a r d , Secretary the United States, altbougn they
ate quite well built. One could not ably spoke ol as “ inspired by love.” seum of Art. This dinner provides gord begs to lie “ let in on” the plugs should he occasionally in and dollars from,this crop.
Oregon City's ordinance prohib
help but notice that the roadbed These men and women completely for thtee hundred guests, tickets, scheme which brings in over 500 spected as to the spark gap, because
k A lN S —Leave, south bound 8:10 a. was defective, and one reason was won our hearts and our everlasting $2.50 each, with thirty invitations per cent , and after a time is accept this distance is sometimes increased iting jitney busses from operating
m. and 2:40 p. m. North bound
traceable to the light rails, such as admiration upon Christmas day, issued. Early applications to Home ed. His first ofTer is .small, but be by tbe slow burning away of the in that city without a franchise
9:26 a. m. and 4:26 p. m.
are no longer used except on nar and no member of this expedition Economics Chairman are in order. is requested to hand over not less spark plug wires from the action of was declared valid by the Supreme
OAT8— Six boats plying on the Co
the electric spark.
Court in an opinion written by Jus
quille river afford ample accommo row gauge lines and private tracks, will ever let another Christmas pass
The evening of the 261b belongs than $100,000 the next time. He
dation lor carrying freight and psasen and the like, in the United States. without feeliug a fondness (or those
The oil in the engine crank case tice Benson.
gera to Bandon and way points. Boats
eave at 7 :30, 8 :30, 9 :2C in d 9 :£0 a. m. It took the dining car officials four I good sons and daughters of Swe use Convention Hall to present has been wiped out. Getting a po should be drained off »very 1000
McMinnville— County Clerk will
and at 1 :00, 3 :30 and 4 :4 i p. m.
liceman, be rushes to the office ol miles and the crank case washed sell $7000 bonds to build bridge
hours to seive the 150 members ol den who left their own homes and their program
the master confidence men and de out with kerosene and fresh oil across Willamette slough.
TAGE—J. L. Laird, proprietor. De our party with meals. As this per firesides to he with us and make
Two luncheons fill the noon hours
parts 5:30 p. in. for Koseburg via
mands their arrest. However, a supplied. After dtaining off the
Enterprise— Rodgers Bros, will
Myrtle Point,carrving the United Slates
on Saturday, the 27th.
mail and pasengers.
man was gone through with twice, j pleasant upon the anniversary of servation Department entertains note from Wallingford to the effect old oil, close tbe drain plug and erect brick,stone or concrete garage.
that their arrest will mean the di ppt one gallon of kerosene in the
OSTOFFICE.—A. F. Linegar, post some of our people did not get their j the birth of the Prince ol Peace.
Yoncolla votes April 17 on $20,-
two hundred guests at $4.53 per
vulging to tbe modiste that Peri crank case, start the engine and 000 bonds for waterworks.
master. The mails close as follows: evening meal until alter ten o’clock
Myrtle Point 7 :40 a.m. 5:20, 2:35 p.m.
No Licensed Crew
gord has stolen many thousands of run it for a minute, and then drain
The food was ordinarily |
Staofield— Swift Packing com
Marshfield*9:06 a. in. and 4:15 p. in. at night.
does not limit the number of its
dollars from the firm causes him to off the kerosene and fill the engine pany makes 230,000 acre land par-
Bandon, way points, 8:45 a m. Norway good * but what was the surprise of
andArago,12:55 p.m. Eastern mail 5:20
The steamer Coquille which was
relent. Perigord’s part in the ruin with fresh oil.
As stated, this chase near here.
Eastern mail arrives 7:30 a. m. our managers when they were pre
sold to a company at Portland, Committee waits until Tuesday, the of old man Warden is avenged I
should be done every 1000 miles,
sented with a bill for $t,ooo for
made the run from Bandon to that 30th, to give its dinner.
Further avenging takes place in because after tbe oil has been
C ity and County O fficers
Would Protect Her
two meals. Think ol it— over $3 a
place in good time.
The Hotels Committee again the next episode. It it called “ A splashed around in the engine for
The bill was finally “ cut.”
M ayor__ _____ —.......... A. T. Morrison meal.
comes from Portland that the own urges delegations and visiting club Trap for Trapp.”
... J. S. Lawrence
The nervous little man stood on the
that distance there is very little oil
My only object in describing ers of the boat have become mixed women to s e c u r e reservations
.... R. H. Mast
outskirts of the mob trying to edge his
P. M. Hall-Lewis thus briefly the journey over this
Both these pictures will be part
way through so as to obtain a glimpse
up with the officials on account of through the chairman, Mrs. North
of the regular Pathe Program at the than oil.
of the object that was attracting auch
Night Marshal............. Oscar WicKham
making the trip without a licensed McLean, Biennial Board Rooms,
Scenic next Monday, a late numfier
By attention to above lour points attention. But hia efforts were futile.
Water Superintendent ...S. V. Epperson
crew. If that is the case there will Hotei Astor. Hotels and boarding
.............. ....... W. C. Chase
automobile user should get "T o think thst men who call them
Councilman—Jesse Bvers, C. T. Skeels
be more licenses revoked at this houses are all listed with her, and
edy making up the halunce, of six long continued, satisfactory service selves gentlemen could address such
C. I. Kinie. -Ned C,Kelley, W . H. Ly since the line is owned and oper-
better accommodations and rates
remark* to any woman, no matter
ons, O. C. Sanfor.!. Regular meetings
from his engine.— L. B. Weyman, what kind of a woman ahe is,” he ex
first and third Mondays each month.
are assured than can be obtained in
Service Manager J. W. Leavitt At claimed in a horrified whisper as such
My observation ol
Fir»t February Trip
dependently. Nothing seems im
..... J. J. Stanley
Care of Automobile»
Company, Pacific Coast Distribu remarks burst from the throng as
H. W . Dunham
possible to the L o c a l Biennial
“ Aint she a peach?” “ Iamk at the way
tor* of Overland Automobiles.
Thursday Dr. V. L. Hamilton Chairman and her colleagues. The
County Judge ........... ....James Watson
■he is built;” “ Look at that hood;“
Half the cars brought to the re
Commissioners—W. T Dement, Geo. J.
cranked up hts Ford and started for
Federation president was in New pair shop are brought there unnec
West Chehalem— John TJ Smith's “ That's some shape, for you;” “ I don’ t
the 150 members of our expedition Marshfield. He made the trip over York durinv the week of January
"No more like her color;’ ’ “ Too much red paint;’ ’
Alfred Johnson. Jr.
“ I ’d like to own her;” “ lawks good to
T. M . Dimmick
time going over was one hour and ; 23rd, and asked for an “ Unusual time to time would have avoided laws.
Repeal, amend, abolish. m e.” The little man could reatrain
T. J. Thrift
In the United States Washington a half, without chains on the tires. Convention ” It is for each indi- trouble.
Drastic cutting of expenses."
himself no longer, " l a there no gen
cTT. McCnBock | is frequently referred to as “ the This is the first cat to make the vida>, von,an> not for any com-
tleman in the bunch?” he cried.
It takes only a little time, given
?• w’i,8on parlor of the Nation, ’ because it is car to ever make the trip in Febru tmttee, however inspired, to make systematically, to keep a cai in
a furious lunga he broke through the
Dr. Walter Culin K
tory to make a carload daily seek crowd. With both fista clinched he
--------------------- onr country s most beautiful city. arv
The doctor says that the road I *' such— Bulletin No. 2.
good running condition, and the ing location here
gained the center of attraction.
Stockholm might also be referred to is in rather bad condition, but that '
only need of a repair shop under
Societies will get the very best
Springfield— Christian c h u r c h would defend the lady with hia very
j as the parlor of Scandinavia unless “ The little Ford rambled right ; Astoria— County road master will such conditions, is when parts com
life. Then his eyes fell on the “ lad y."
The doctor was accom build 2 yi miles Nehalem highway.
its more common title “ the Venice along.”
PR IN T IM O
mence to show wear Irom long plans $1000 addition.
"S om e baby,” he shouted gleefully as
panied by bis wife and Mrs. Bren-j
of the North” might lie considered
at the office o f Coquille Herald
Monmouth gets $5000 co-opera- his eyes rested upon the latest automo
ner, Mrs G. E. Low and Mrs. Kate j Koseburg planning $75,000 High , operation-
bile just arrived from San Francisco.
Here the Watson.
[ To secure satisfactory work Irom 1 live creamery plant.
C I T Y D I R E C T O R Y THE FORD PEACE EXPEDITION