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T he C oquille H erald
COQUILLE, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1916.
PER YEAR $1.50
CITY DIRECTORY FROM THL NATIONAL CAPITAL
»lists enrolled in the Taft and How Oregon’» Men
Former Pastor’s Wife
Roostvelt camps four years avo cau
In Congress Voted
Writes from Heppner
Fraternal and BeneVolent Order
unite upon Senator Burton belter
than anyone else, the c hances of
F. A A. M.— Regular meeting ol
Heppner, Oregon, May 6, 1916 .
Recently many yea and nay votes
. Chadwick Lodge No. «8 A. F. & A.
For The Herald.
the Ohioan's nomination becomes have been taken in congress and Dear Herald Editor:
M.. at Masonic Hall, every Saturday
So many Coquille friends inquire of j
more probable every day
night in each month on or before the
members of the delegation bom
I I I .. m o o .
__ A . L u .lJ K q v iH T , W. M.
our late move and the country here |
(B> J. E. Jones )
FISH FOR FOOD
Oregon have vo'ed as lollows:
. H. M A 8T , Secretary.
that I beg room in your paper to ana-1
T H E REPU BLICAN SITUATION
The United States Dep rtinent of
In the senate upon a motion wer “ enmasse. ” When sending news
l - ir nieetinir of Heuiah
No matter how loud may be the Agriculture has been carrying on a made by Senator Smoot to cousider items 1 always request the editor to
v s . 6, second anil fourth
ng« of cacti month, in Ma- claims of any particular candidate propaganda for a great many years en omnibus pension bill, the yeas respell them, hut my frier.ds never
• o iiic Hall.
Senators iecognize them as mine in that case.
with reference to the Republican to educate people to use more fish were 36, the nays 24.
E mma l i l i j e q v i b t , W . M .
I have been thinking there are edit
A nna L a w bk n ce S e c.,
Shrimp Chamberlain and Lane voted yea.
It is cer for food, in place ot meat.
o rs and editors! Now all editors we
Upon Senator Lodge’s amend- have met request us to use our time,
T O. O. F.—Coquille Lodge No. 53 , 1 . 0 . tain that several ballots will be re are very much sought after on the
1 . O. F., meets every Saturday night quited before a selection is made. seaboard, the same as are lobsters, tnent to the sugar tariff bill propos- skill, brains and ink to turn in account«
in Odd Fellowa Hall.
Within the past two weeks it has oysters and suails. There lias been jn>, |0 increase the duty on coal tar | of weddings, happenings, etc., to help
H. B. M oore , N. G.
J. S. I AWHENCK, SeC.
been made clear that the attempt to a good deal of difficulty in supply- products used in making dyes, the ml thelr columns and
Appearing at the Scenic, Wednesday, May 24th
Some in return show many
ing these foods to the interior ol the yeas were 25, the nay» 41. Cham- coarUsBieg to lh(, church and send us
a m i e r e b e k a H l o d g e n o . 20
I. O. O. F., 1 ace to evt*ry recn- d and Roosevelt faction has hopelessly couotrv. The same troubles apply berlain and Lane voted nay.
! the paper, but now and then we have
fourth Wednesday night* in Odd fellowa
(ailed. New Yo rk state with its 87 to the shipment ol fish. The feder-
Upon Senator Works’ amend- [ met one who lets us make-one or two
H a il.
1’ c c u . m ; C u./m i, N. U.
A nnie L awbknce . Sec.
voles, largely pledged to Mr. Root al department has started o f f on the ment (Q ,he sugar tari!r bill propos. trips per week to the office for their
worthy t idea
a c k that
Justice Hughes; and Pennsyl new
to • increase the ‘ ariff on lemons. I benefit and - never so
. . hands out
r»OQUILLE ENCAMPMENT. No. 25
e o o l e in
i k e j , ronl
B o n e . , b a ,,
V-z I. O. O. F., meets the first and third vania, w'th 76 votes, likely lor Mr n n o o lo
places l iikc
l( a c e n t to I cent a old copies for our kitchen shelves,
the Herald has followed us to Cottage
Thursday nights in Odd Fellows Hall.
J. 8. 'B arton , O. P.
pound, the veas were 29. the nays Grove, and farther, to Heppner, for
News— not in its coucrete form, with Theda Bara, and has tieen
J . S .L aw krnce , Sec.
the determining factors in the final from the Atlantic seaboard.
Senators Chamberlain a n d long months, kindly informing us as to
in all its many phases— is the seen in other Fox features.
the happenings of our beloved Coquille.
The department now seeks, through its Lane voled nay>
U NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.— Lycurgus control of the convention-
Samuel J Ryan, who plays the
I\. Lodge No. 72 , meets Tuesday nights convention will face the necessity investigators, to perfect impioved
About this land? Oh, yes! Well, keynote of “ The Fourth Estate.’’
Upon Senator Simmons subslt- the doctors advised Mr. MacDonald to The play reeks of news, and “ reeks” part of Boss Duprey, is one ol the
io W. O. VV. Hall.
K. R. W a tso n , K R. S.
tine for the house sugar tariff bill seek a change and this sure is some is used intentionally in defiance ol oldest and best known actors in the
O. A. M i nto ny e . C. C.
preserving fish and other sea food
ing a nomination
propusing to continue the present “ different.” Heppner has some 400 any existing law of diction
No business He was for years lead
As matters now stand— and the and in shipping it to all pans of the tariff on sugar until 1920 instead of houses and 1000 people, and is an ir
rjY T H lA N SISTERS—Justus Temple
ing man for Cohan and Harris and
l No. 35 , meets first, and Third Mon position is likely to be intensified, country.
indefinitely, as provided by the regular, tiny flat on the junction of two duction does not savor of news, nor played prominent parts in “ The
day nights in W. O. W. Hal!.
tiny mountain streams, completely and
Mss. G eohue D a v i s , M. E. C. there are three real factors among
UNCLE j o e ' s b i r t h d a y
house bill, the yeas were 40, the closely surrounded by hign, rounded teem with news.
It reeks with ¡Yankee Prince,’ ’ ‘‘ Little Johnuv
M r s . K urd L i nk oar , K. of R
Republican presidential possibilities.
Joseph G Camion is eighty years nays 32
Chamberlain voted yea; rock-cropped, age-seamed, wash-scar news— news and lb- multiple agen Jones,’ ’ and other Cohan and Har
W. A. —Regular meetings of Bea- There is Colonel Roosevelt, whose old, and on the occasion of his re Lane voled nay.
red, bare hills; for a few short weeks cies employed in its collection, pub ris plays
• ver Camp No. 10.650 in M. W. A.
Hail, Front street, first and third Sat qualities need not be discussed-- cent anniversary an important leg
Upon Senator Hardwick’ s motion in early spring green with bunch grass, licaliou and distribution.
Alfred Hickman, who plays the
a few stunted sage brush where it can
urdays in each month.
but whose nomination would be islative program was laid aside in
to eliminate from an amendment to get a foothold. Close inspection shows
Few newspaper photoplays have corrupt judge, was the original
H. B. T ozikr . Consul.
sure to accentuate factional diflfer -1 the House j f Representatives in
F. C. T r u e , Clerk.
the army bill providing for the con some dainty pink flowers on new shoots met : ticcess because of their glaring *’ Litlie Billy" in “ Trilby,” and has
ences in the Republican party. order that two hours might be de
struction of a power plant lor man of sage, some grass, flowers and ‘ ‘bird infidelity to a c t u a l conditions. scored notable successes iu other
S, A.—Regular meeting of Laurel
. camp No. 2972 at M. W. A. Hall, Then there is Justice Hughes, who voted to a remarkable ceremony in ufacturing nitrates that portion of bills” and rosin weed, called here sun “ The Fourth Estate," however, productions, including several Wil
Front street, second and fourth Tues is ‘ just being urged," much in the the way of a personal tribute to the
the amendment authorizing the flowers (Friends from the sunflower has been purged 01 iuconststencies liam Fox pictures.
day nights in each month.
same manner as in case of Senator "oldest Congressman alive.’’
He leasing of the plant in times of state would never recognize them as Its scenes were made iu the offices
M abki . S ampson , Oracle.
Victor Benoit, who plays the part
such.) I think the town motto must
L aura B ranhon . Rec.
Root, in the hope that he may be is called "Uncle Joe" in Washing
peace for the manufacture of fertili be “ When the outlook is not good, try and he mechanical departments ol of the newspaper reporter, is a
O. W.— Myrtle Camp No. 197 , the means of defeating the Roose ton and there is a tone of genuine
zers, the yeas were 24, the najs 47. the uplook.” If you climb any one of the Chicago Herald, and the atmos- screen favorite of long standing In
. meets the first Saturday in every
affection evidenced toward the kind Senators Chamberlain and Lane the "all-alike" hills you will see on top pheie of newspaperdom— that mvs- “ The Fourth Estate," be is cast in
month at 7:3 0 p. in. in W. O. W. hai
hall. velt ambitious.
Lee Currie, C. C.
of all big flats holding volcanic soil, erintis, little known realm in which a part that perfectly fits him.
Outside of the supporters as well ly old man who is hardly willing to voted nay.
J ohn I. e nk ve , Sec.
rich and productive where it can have
as the direct opposition to Colonel admit, but nevertheless must realize
Ruth Blair, co-star with Mr.
Senator Underwood's moisture, and great sheep ranges and thousands laho- that millions may
VKN 1 NGTIDE CIRCLE No. 214 ,
meets second and fourth Monday
amendment to the army bill propos cattle and horses. At Coquille only know the daily entries in the Ryan and Mr. Bruce, has appeared
nights in W. O. W. Hall.
NATIONAL CLEVELAND MEMORIAL
ing to authorize the secretary oi the very aristocratic could own a $20,- world’s diary— has been fauhfully on the stage under the management
A nn ie B u r k h o l d e r , G.N.
ol the Selwyus
She has many
M a r y A. P ierce , Clerk.
war to operate or lease nittate 000 farm of forty acres of tillable land recorded.
and two teams. Here it is a poor man
plants in times ol peace for the who hasn’t a ranch out of town and
ARMERS UNION— Regular meet
ings second and fourth Saturdays in
manufacture of fertilizers, the yeas some hundreds of sheep, or three to six — call it which you w ill- has so
each month in W. O. W. Hall.
When the William Fox produc
were 12, the nays 48.
Senators hundred acres of wheat and eight to trany diversified types as news
F r a n k B ur kh ol d e r , Pres.
tion, " T h e Fourth Estate," was
O. A. M i nto ny e . Sec.
Chamberlain aud Lane voted nay.
r a t e r n a l a i d N o . 398 , meet» the
Upon Senator Jones’ amendment to town have four to eignt horses at so completely humanizes its work being made iu Chicago, through
tached. There are many original Am ers, those super energized men and the courtesy ol James Keeley, the
second and fourth Thursdays each
proposing that nitrogen plant sites ericans besides ourselves.
month at W. O. W. Hall.
M rs . CnAS. E v l a n d , Pres.
should tie of sufficient extent to day passes without gaily clad bucks and women whose sole purpose in lile is entire offices of the Chicago Herald
were put at the disposal of the d i
M rs . J. W. L en e ve . Sec.
conserve its water resources in the squaws in new spring attire with pack to emancipate ftoni chaos the news
rector. Night after night scenes
interests ol navigation, the needs of
Educational Organisations and Clubs
were taken in the big offices and
the government and the public wel more sedate, and little children trotting Dot rayed iu “ The Fourth Estate.”
in the press rooms amid the
It btings one lace to lace with
OMAN’S Study Club.—Meets 2:30
fare. the yeas were 12, the nays 43 them contented and prosperous looking
p. m. at city library every second
whirring giant presses and the hur
Senators Chamberlain and Lane Indians. A very pretty Indian maiden,
and fourth Monday.
rying men on the big, nigh: shifts.
H a rr iet A. L ongston . Pres.
assaulted and wronged by a white two- tive oozing sob sisters, murderous
F ra n ce s E. E pperson Sec.
It was a huge undertaking and
Upon the amendment to the army footed animal, killed herself not far hearted city editors, haughty copy
taxed the directors and the actors
OQUILLE EDUCATI ONAL
bill authorizing the construction of
LEAGUE— Meets monthly at the
We found some “ clirnb it" at Co lacile penned rewrite men, and to the limit, but the scenes secuied
High School Building during the school
quille but "more so” here. You climb
more thau justified the labor.
Year for the purpose ot discussing edu
the yeas were 43. the nays 22 Sen it every place you go, and to reach alert reporters, besides the many
On tbe night when the big scene
ator Chamberlaiu voted nay; Sena prices you “ climb it” twice the height
ltihiHK S k e e l s . Pies.
was taken, eudless interest and e x
E dna H akl ock kr . Sec.
tor Lane voted yea
citement were occasioned.
Upon Senator Wadsworth’s am year which looks rather weak for all present day paper.
O KEEL KLUB—A busineas men’s
story there is a tense moment when
endment proposing to federalize the
building, Sevond street.
Few photoplays of recent making the publisher of the newspaper or
There is a bracing, invigorating air
National Guard in time of war, the
L J. C a r y , Pres
liad stronger casts than " T h e ders the great presses held, with
W. C . E ndicott . Sec.
yeas were 22, the nays 23.
Less summits, a dust to wade ankle deep in
Fourth Estate." The cast includes every man in his position, and the
than a quorum voted, so that the summer, and very frequent visits of
OMMERCIAL CLUB— L eo J. C ary
Clifford Bruce, who was a star un chief pressman with his hand on
i President: L. H. H a z a r d , Secretary
vote w a s ineffective.
Senator breezes sweeping the ankle deep dust
the lever ready to swiug tbe giant
Chamberlain voted yea; Senatoi up streets, in houses, thru and thru der Challes Frotltuan, and who
played with Maude Adams and machines into motion with one turn
Lane voled uay.
Upon a second 8uita and fre8h washt'd cl* thin«’
P h o to b y A m e r ic a n P r e s s A ss o c ia tio n .
eyea so you can’ t ever try the “ up- other favoutes.
Mr. Bruce also of the hand. This ;s one ot the
RAINS—Leave, south bound 8 :1 0 a.
rollcall upon Senator W aJswor.h s ' look.„ filling mouth so you only , pit
m., 4 :30 p. m.
played in “ A Fool There Was,* most dramatic scenes ever filmed.
over to the national government as a memorial If a bill now pen ding in con amendment the yeas were 33, the an(j 9putter, in an attempt to voice
a. m. and 4 :26 p. m."
gress is accepted.
Senator Chamberlain your disgust; tilling nose so you don’t
Portland— Inman Poulseu mill
voted yea; Senator Lane did not smell the smelly, murky, inky, oily, oil,
quille river afford ample accommo
cutting $300,000 feet of lumloer iu
' which the city dads kindly put on the
dation for carrying freight and passen Roosevelt, Theodore E. Burton I that his footsteps are tottering. Mr. vote.
gers to Bandon and way points. Boats
streets occasionally, to add to your
Upon Senator Sutherland’s am trials of house cleaning, washing of
eave at 7 : 30 , 8 : 30 , 9 :2 0 and 9 :1 0 a. m. commands more support on his j Cannon is one of the most retnark-
and at 1 : 00 , 3 :30 and 4 :45 p. nr.
Waldport— Crab cannery, em
owo account than any other candi able men of 4he age, and he led the endment to increase the number of skirts, etc. Of course all this is as a
Industries and Statistics
ploying 25 men earning from $5 to
OSTOFFICE.—J. W. Lenev*. post date in the fi-ld
He has a public old time machine poliucians 011 to coast artillery tioops to the maxi newcomer from green vales, inviting
master. The mailB close as follows:
$7 a day canutng crabs and clams.
It mum provided by the army bill in woods, p a v e d streets, refreshing
Myrtle Point and Powers, 7 :56 a. m., 4 record around which progressives many an inglorious triumph
Eugene has called for bids on
15 or 20 girls are also employed
p. m .; Marshfield 7 :56 a. m ., 3 :5 6 p.m. and conservatives have rallied in was a revulsion against the methods stead of the minimum, the yeas “ skookem chucks’’, flowering shrubs
' and road sides of cool old Coos sees it. $120,000 school building,
Bandon, way points, 9 :00 a m. and 4 -.00
from $1.50 to $2 Soper day.
i. m. Norway and Arago. 1:00 p. m. the past.
\ You ought to see the price of wood and
Koseburg— Ice plaut of 200 tons
eastern mail 7 : 5 « a. m. Eastern mail
T H E L O G IC A L OUTCOME
Actual construction work on Teal
arrives 4 :30 p. m.
Upon Senator Reed's amend list them for fear Coquille dealers will daily capacity starts operation.
establishing a new order of political
irrigation project in Umatilla coun
Senator Burton was the first Re
Estacada— R. C. Deming starts ty to commence, financed by Cana
thought and action in the United ment increasing the peace pay of ! think they can climb it some in the
City and County Officers
publican in Congress to break down
Stales. And yet no one holds any National Guatd captains to 5500, \ 8ame articles-and I want to come hack cannery here.
A. T. Morrison the policy of the Wilson Adminis animosity toward the Representa first lieutenants $ 300, and second 1 to ^° 4 u'lle 8ome hay.
Portland Alaska Steamship com
. J. S. Lawrence tration in passing bills as purely
Bandon--Lumber shipments for
tive from Danville, for in his long
...........R. H. Mast
I se/ek Heppner as an abiding place. The pany starts line of steamers from ^ April totaled 3,853,184 feet.
The big legis
..fcL E. Henderson partisan measures.
career he has always been zealous yeas were 41, the nays 14. Cham- whole-souled, genial, welcoming, cul-
here to Alaska.
John Hickham lativc program of the Democrats
tured people; the comfortable, well
and jealous ol his country’s interest berlain and Lane voted nay.
Coquille— Pourteen cheese fac
Night Marshal.......... ...... J. A. Jackson
T w o ships leave Columbia with tories form association in Coos and
Water Superintendent „8. V. Epperson
Withal, Uncle Joe’s H O W R E P R E S E N T A T I V E S V O T E D 1 furnished homes, green shaded, water-
H. O. Anderson tration demand for party support.
i ed lawns, well filled tables, and latch- 5,000,000 leet of lumber for China Curry counties.
constituency and hts colleagues in
Councilmen—Jesse Bvers, C. T. Skeels
In the house upon a motion to >trjnK9 |on(j and strong; kindly interest and Australia.
C. I. Kirue. Ned C.Kelley, W. H. Ly The minority was ignored.
Congress like him most for his own recommit the rivers and harbors ¡n the newcomer, ready hands to help,
Astoria— On opening day of sal
ons, O. C. Sanford. Regular meetings tor Burton challenged the policy
Hood River- $45,000 bonds sold mon season 1000 boats were at
sake, and the tribute paid to him bill to the rivers and harbors com- j be it real need or only a smoky stove or
first and third Mondays each month.
and changed it by reshaping the
was entirely personal, and in no mittee with instructions to report death of one of your little chickens, you for new school and addition to high work,
river and harbor bill, and by up
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find sympathy and help. Some places school. .
wise an endorsement ol his brand it
back with all us items stricken . 1
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Justice of the
setting all the calculations of the
Sptingfield— J C. Dinn & Son of
we have found general indifference as
H. W. Dunham
Portland shipyard has coutracts Eugene have taken over Lane
real daily lives or loves, aryl
Administration with reference to
0ften ¡n reai need, some overlooked aggregating $4,000,000 and will
the ship purchase act
The Demo I N F E R I O R C I T I Z E N S H I P I N C A P I T A L substituted for continuing necessary
county News of this city from W.
projects, the yeas were 149, the
town0tIvani 0r stranger, people act employ about 1000 men in the near
County Judge ................James Watson
One ol the strongest presentations
A Dill, publisher of the paper for
Commissioners —W. T. Dement, Geo. J. cratic majority in Congress were
nays 199. MeArlt’ ur md oimi' t |jge the letter I’ first in pity and last
foiced into a radical change in their of the inconsistencies in political r e - ! voU(j ye, ; Hawley voted nay
past two years.
While New lations between the District of Col- 1 Upon the passage ot the rivers and
M a r s h f i e l d — Dollar logging camp
Sheriff .........— .......Alfred Johneon. Jr. legislative methods.
The general climate of Heppner is
Latourelle & Son will
T. M. Dimmick [
umbia and the rest of the United harbors bill, the yeas were 210, the brotherly love, I believe. There is a on Bear creek opens with 40 men
T. J. Thrift
build brick garage her*
Hawley, Me rttau. and spirit of progressiveness, a desire for
Raymond E. Baker i with reference to the presidential States has appeared in the Observer D!,y s ' 3 3
Roseburg— Cinnabar properties
, ... . .
. . , Sinnot voted vea
C. F. McCnllock contest, the information being daily
Ashland— Hotel Oregon remodel
Magazine of Washington. A plea
Upon a motion to table the bill to true culture and worth, without pride in this section are being actively!
F. E. Wilson
or society fads and foolishness, but
ed at expense ot $20,000.
comfort, pleasure and real living.
J. L. Smith Pacific Coast and middle western tbe 360,000 people of the District of ters, tbe yeas were
2, the na\s
Bend— Pacific Telephone and
M r s . M a u d e M a c D o n a l d .
Astoiia— Contracts aggregating
state.1, shows sentiment to be crys- j Columbia who are disfranchised in > 7 9 - Hawley, M -A hur and Sin-
Telegraph company takes over lo
$161,390.81 for permanent improve
---------------------- - , affixing for Senator Burton. The j every way. and who are denied I J I J V e T l l “to*‘ crea£ an A ^ e n c f n '
cal phone system.
ment on Commercial, Duane and
result is that the party leaders are even tbe right ot appeal to 'he academv 0| art, and letters, the
Societies will get the very beet
¡contract to build four wooden Eleventh streets with a hitulitliic 1 Toledo— Western Union estab
recognizing this development o f ! higher federal courts o r the United yeas were 2 1 1, the na> s 96.
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PR IN T IM O
lishes direct telegraph line Eietweeo
public thought, and since they aie| States The people of Washington j ley, McArthur and Sinnot voted bridges 00 Columbia riser highway hard surface pavement have been
Portland and Newport.
at the office of Coquille Herald
at price of $6796.
1 agreed that (be most bitter faett n
(Continued on Pi ge 2)
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“T h e Fourth E state” Hits at Force*
ThatjConspire to Corrupt
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