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T he C oquille H erald
C O Q U IL L E , COOS C O U N TY , OREGO N, TU E SD A Y , A P R IL 3, 1917.
P E R Y E A R $1.50
with which to do the work the different
picture-play today we subm it a para
C urry Girl G ets H om estead
counties are asking it to do.
graph from a recent interview with
Some of the Portland road boosters
“ The pioneer days are now p a s t,"
have m ade the proposal th a t they will
Miss Catherine Nodine and her m oth
she says. “ This is proved not in the
m ake some subscriptions and go out
e r came down from th eir home near
g re a t mass of moving pictures we see,
and collect funds from the business in
Denm ark last v e e k , when MDs C ath
but in the Dashes of genius which show
terests, half o f the proceeds to be paid
erine re-filed on a hom estead in th a t
w hat can he done when true a iiisia de
vicinity. The young lady filed on the
to Senator E. D. CuRick of Albany.
vote them selves sincerely to creative
T reasurer of the state-w ide legislative
land last sum m er, but her filings were
work. On the speaking stage th ere
com m ittee, and the o th er half to be
rejected a t the R oseburg office;'how
W a rra n ts Issued in Excess of used in the Multi.amah county cam Form erly R an Business Col have alw ays been moi ^ bad plays than
ever, Miss C atherine is not easily dis Senator Lafoilete Talks Peace
good ones, but no one over argued from
N ational In terest Told in
C ontract P rice D eclared
couraged and usually accomplishes
lege H ere a n d Will R e
to Prevent A ction on W a r
this th a t the dram a was a failure. We
The different counties are handling
w hatever she undertakes, so she w ent
B rief Concise Form
Void by Coke
m ust alw ays judge an a rt by its best
a t this m a tte r w ith her characteristic
their local cam paigns in good shape,
but are clam oring for such cooperation
exam ples, not by its worst, not even
th a t her filings will now be accepted.
as otdy a state-w ide headquarters can
its second best. Music is a g re at a rt
Miss Nodine is the young lady who is
The hopes of the legislative
because of its Beethovens and Tschai-
the champion bob c at h unter of N orth
com m ittee th a t subscriptions would be
kowskys; not a minor one because of
ern C urry. H er hunting has been so I
sont in spontaneously from the county
its ragtim e and foxtrots.
A t present
L a }J
Costs A re Divided B etw een organizations have so fa r failed to m a Old Friends A re G lad to the proportion of fine motion pictures Flan to M ake B andon Sum effective th a t there are scarcely any of p , a n s B e ;
these anim als left in her neighborhood.
Evidently the state-w ide
to the total num ber ; lduced is sm aller
than the proportion of"m asterpieces in
headquarters will languish in respect
accounted for more than 100 cats and
able poverty until a vigorous financial
any o ther a rt, but if we pause to con
lynx. These two women • run success-
Frank B. Anderson, who conducted a sider the youth of this field of endea
Judge John Coke yesterday handed cam paign is organized to procure sub
Oregon banks gain in resources over fully a stock and dairy ranch where
N o u G C lc H T ltio n OI Well? will
down a decision in the !*irst s tre e t case scriptions. Meanwhile th o r n 's an ex business college here six or seven years vor, we find our criticism answered. a y ear ago $38,563,449.
m ere man plays no part.
They do be made today, RCCOrding to
which is an injunction suit brought l»y cellent opportunity for individuals and ago and who a t present ha9 charge of a We m ust be p a tie n t.”
Brookings w harf being built to give
the property owners along F irst s tre e t associations all over Oregon to be of like institution a t Marysville, Califor
! dispatches received at Marsh-
vessels 25 feet of w ater.
to se ttin g aside the ass ssm ent for the practical service to the good roads nia, was in town yesterday looking Board Elects Teacher*
field which Stiite that
im proving of th it stre e t, the prop*
for Coming Y ear Florence subscribed more than its
Any subscrip ing his school here. A fte r studying
shaie of $10,000 to proposed shipyard. And now Miss Nodine Beeks new lands ; tor La Follette checked a C -
owners as plaintiffs, claiming th a t the urer Cu-ick a t Albany.
under the hom estead law, and who is
work was not legally made, and p a rti tions turned in to the H erald will be the field carefully he has definitely de-
W ith the exception of four, all the
tion on the war resolution
A $53,000 railroad contract let a t
cularly objecting to the paym ent by forwarded by the editor to T reasurer ciutu lu locale tic re and make his school teachers of the Coquille scnools were re Prineville. To s ta r t a t once with all there to say th a t she is not capable of
was before that body,
th e city of more than the am ount of
elected to th e ir positions for the coming local labor.
sta te a mountain hom estead?—P ort
B. tween six and seven years ago Mr.
th e original co n tract plus five per cent our columns of names and am ounts sub
the flo o r fo r a
year. Those whose applications were
To save declining grain export trade Orford Tribune.
Anderson opened a school here and a s
for e x tra work.
rejected w ere J. W. Noblet, Miss H a
Portland will try to issue $3,000,000
sisted by Mrs. Anderson, worked up an
The bone of contention had been
zel F aw cett and Miss Allie Phillips.
Du P ont’* Profils
bonds for public grain warehouse.
1 enrollm ent of over 100 pupils in the
Senior Play M akes H it
w hether the co ntract was made on
Mrs. Elena Minard did not put in an
I course of a year. Opposition arose,
lum p sum prices or or. unit prices.
G overr.nent planning to build 1,000
application for re-election. The vote on
If the head of the powder tru s t was
Ju d g e Coke held tjia t it was a lump
The comedy, "M r. B ob," given last through a mis understanding of the pur the applications rejected w ere: For re- new ships, many of which will he con
not known to be a real patriot, above TIO O t h e r OU SlllGSS W ill D£
sum contract and th a t all claims in e x Saturday night by (ho Senior* of C. H. poses of the school in its relations with election, H. 0 . Anderson; against re- structed a t Pacific Coast shipyards.
the sordid considerations of pelf and taken up until the war reso
cess of the lump sum bid, except those S. was an ui'. jualiiiid success, showing the public school, and Mr. Anderson, election, Fred True and W. L. K istner.
Eugene Chamber of Commerce unani power, one m ight suspect th a t the en
item s necessarily contem plated by the tile effect of t ¡.m eat work and careful being new a t the gam e, looked for more
The teachers who were re-elected
mously approves Bean bill placing O. & ormous profits of his concern had some lution has been acted upon.
bid and contract were void.
coaching. Those taking p a rt entered genial fields. His classes a t th a t tim e w ere: C. A. Howard, Miss Ada Newel,
land gran t lands on tax rolls, as thing to do with his fierce support of a
President Wilson delivered
He also held th a t the w arran ts for into tig; spirit of the various characters
Miss Mabel Bay and J. L. Gary, of the
adding $500,000 to revenue.
w arlike policy. The annual report of
$1000, $500, $400, $100 and $250 which in a way which gave full value to the 1 the city and there was hardly a concern high Bchool, and Miss Rena Anderson,
message to a joint session
The big sawmill a t Brooking com the E. I. du Pont de Nem ours Company
had been made to Ellingson and Ber- am using situations. While each char th a t was not represented, either by its Miss W inifred Spencer, Mrs. Catherine
in which he ask
gom, contractors, w ere in excess of a cter was vjiry well sustained through j proprietor or some of its employes.
Dungey, Miss Emma Kennedy, Mis3
In speaking of coming back here Mr. May Allen and Mrs, Inez Chase, of the work has started on the w harf a t th a t ended D ecem ber 31, 1916, aggregated ed congress to declare that a
th a t which the co n tract contem plated out, perhaps special m ention is due
place which it is expected to have com $311,845,684, an increase of 1130 per
and were void.
Mins Ada Downs for the way in which Anderson said th a t he had definitely grades.
Several applications are before the pleted within 90 days.—P ort Orford cent, as compared w ith the average state of war existed.
He dismissed the case of J. P. Beyers she handled the p ari of P a tty , the ro decided to locate som ewhere in the
sales for 1913 and 1914, which am ount President dwelt on the point
county, ju s t w here depending upon board for the vacancies created -and it Tribune.
and Leo J. Cary, who were purchasers m antic maid.
ed to $25,927,478.
of the w arrants from Ellingson & Ber-
The play, from the financial stand which place appeared to offer the best is probable th a t selections will be made
A t a m eeting of a large num ber of
N et earnings in 1916 were $82,107,692, that America was b e i ng
gom, w ithout prejudice. This means point al o, was a success, n e ttlin g the field Personally he said th a t he fa from them in the near future.
women of Marshfield, held Saturday and in addition the paym ent of 6 per forced into the war by Ger
vored Coquille and th a t he thought it
th a t in all probability this m a tte r will class about sixty dollars.
afternoon in the rooms of the M arsh cent, dividends on the debenture stock
was the logical place for a business col
be settled out o f court.
Following is the cast of characters:
field Chamber of Commerce, a “ Pa was m ade; A total of 100 per cent, in many and that the war would
lege th a t would fill a long-felt w ant in
Beyers and Cary were aw arded a Philip K oyson...................................A rth u r Hooton
triotic L eague” was organized for the dividends was distributed to common be fought with peace as its
southw estern Oregon.
judgm ent against the city for the share R obert B row n................................ H erb ert Lukins
purpose of assisting the local m ilitia stockholders during the year.
I f the people of this section show
of the costs and the balance of the Je n k in s..................
C harles Willey
company and for any o ther patriotic
One may im agine how gladly the for
costs were $33 divided evenly betw een Rebecca L uke
Marion Schroeder them selves to be in favor of the insti
He also asked that Con
duties th a t may develop in the near fu m er Senator from D elaw are would wel
tution, Mr. Anderson sta te s th a t th a t
the city, the property owners and El- K atherine Rogers
Zelma S trang
gress authorize him to call
lingsen and Bergom.
Marion B ry an t....................Leanna Curry is ail he wants.
Mr. Anderson says th a t his school Survey of M yrtle Point-Rose- ; England has spent more than G er profits out of w a r’’ should this country for 500,000 volunteers.
This case has been a disturbing ele P a t t y ........................................................ Ada Downs
many in the G reat W ar, her total to become involved. B ut perhaps he wil[
will be in no way a com petitor of the
m ent in the affairs of the city f o r a
burg Road S tarted
Today it develops that the
date being nearly 19 billion, or $13,759,- not be consulted.—S ta r.
high school; but will ra th e r supplem ent
long tim e and it is with a sense of re
240,000. England estim ates th a t she is
States will probably
lief th a t the. se ttle m e n t of it will be
W ork was sta rte d 'y este rd a y by the spending approxim ately $37,907,700 a
In speaking of his plans as to its per
raise an army of from 3,-
sta te on the survey of the M yrtle Point- day in her fight to whip Germany.
manency, he said th a t should he locate
Roseburg road. With a crew of 15 men Germ any has sp en t $16,750,000,000 in
000,000 to 5,000,000 men. It
here he would be able, in a short tim e
W. E. Eddy, a sta te engineer, started her a tte m p t to whip England. This in
to place the school on a self sustaining
is not just clear how this will
the survey, working east, and expect to cludes the new G erm an loan.
basis and th a t when this was done he
complete the work as fa r as Camas in
Following its policy of last year, the
be done although part of it
Judge John S. Coke yesterday handed would be able to devote his energies to
A t a recent m eeting of the cabinet
Southern Pacific company on March 29 down a decision in the case of S tate of draw ing students from the surrounding about two months. It is expected th a t
This resolution was adopted by the will be through volunteers.
issued its first Fishing Bulletin for the Oregon ^Ex Kel Beyerly vs. Steckel, towns and th a t he would consider all of some actual construction work will be P resident W ilson took occasion to tell
class of the high school this A universal military training
y e a r 1917. Following are some of the which was a suit to determ ine the le the southern coast counties in his field. done on th road this year.
Word comes from Roseburg th a t ed the present cabinet to continue ex morning and was unanimously signed. bill is also up for considera
rep o rts contained in the bulletin. This gality of an election held a t E astside to
Mr. A nderson’s belief th a t this is the
The high school body as a.w hole, a t a s
bulletin is free and fishermen may have determ ine which one of the directors logical location for a business college Douglas county contem plates voting on actly as it is now form ed for the next
sembly also signed the resolution, and tion.
a $550,000 road bond issue and th at $60,- four years and asked each if he were
their nam es put on the mailing list by was to a ct as chairm an of the board.
th a t would serve all of this territo ry ,
it was sen t by special delivery to P resi
applying to John iM. Scott, general pas
The first armed American
dent Woodrow Wilson:
The Ju d g e overruled a motion of the <>n |y confirms the beiief th a t has been
thorized, will be spent on the Myrtle unanim ous in the affirm ative. There is
senger agent of the company a t P o rt
defendant for a judgm ent on the plead- expressed by the editor of the H erald
ship was sunk by
To His Excellency, the P resident of
Point road. For some tim e both Doug
mgs, and gave as his opinion th a t the j tim es w ithout num ber; th a t is, th a t Co-
las and Coos county have apparently torney-G eneral G regory may retire on the United S tates of A m erica:
Med ford--R ogue river and trib u ta rk s
quille should rightfully be the educa
a re dirty. Fish are striking spinner inform alities in an annual school elec tional center of southw estern Oregon. waited for the other to s ta rt this work. account of ill health.
Some good catches have tion did not invalidate the election, in It is to be hoped th a t Mr. Anderson Now the sta te has undertaken the su r
A new Germ an raider, slipping past
W hereas, We appreciate your u n tir
as much as the election was held a t a
vey of the project and both o f the coun the B ritish w arships on guard in the ing efforts to m aintain a s ta te of neu
been made. Steelheads from 3 to 10
tim e specified by Kw and a t the school will see his way clear to reopen his ties are gettin g behind it, making the
C ut-throat tro u t, 3 to 4 K lbs.
N orth sea, has reached the South A t trality betw een the European belliger members of the crew were
school here and th a t this will be a step
prospects good tor an all-year road lantic and sent 12 more m erchantm en ents and these United Staterf*of A m er
P a rtie s catching from 6 to 12 of these
American and some of them
fish in a day. W eather som ewhat dis affirm atively shown th a t the failure to which some of the residents of the city along this route in the near future.
to the bottom . According to survivors ica; and
give proper notice prevented a sufficient
Mr. Eddy was in Coquille Thursday from ti. i sunken vessels, the raider is
have fosteied for som e time.
consulting with County Road M aster the Seeadler (Sea E agle), a formidable used the g re a te st discretion in your ac
N orth Lake, Coos Bay C ountry—W a num ber of the electors of the district
Mr. Anderson sta te d yesterday th a t
R. B. Murdock, who is also assistant arm ed c raft, operating with the same tions to serve the wishes of this en tire
te r good; fish strik in g worm or salmon
Baby W eek
he had m et many of his old pupils in
sta te highway engineer, and gettin g in success and daring as its predecessor, nation; and
eggs. Lim it catch last Sunday. Boats
the few hours th a t he had been in town
touch with men to make up the survey the Moewe, which recently returned to
and launches can be had a t Lakeside;
Have you a baby? or do you know a
W hereas, it has become impossible
out in the decision was th a t the law and th a t not a few of them had ex- ing- crew. H arry Oerding, Ellis Ell- a Germ an po rt a fte r playing havoc
also excellent hotel accommodations.
for the United S tates to fu rth e r m ain baby? Then you will he interested in
wood and Foster Bither, of this place, w ith shipping in the sam e w aters.
Gardiner, Um pqua river and trib u contem plates th a t the director longest
th eir work with him should he locate
tain neutrality with honor; therefore Baby Week, May 1 to 6, 1917. More
are working with the crew.
ta rie s —W ater medium; too early for in office-, under election shall be quali
I t is said upon good authority to be be it
than 2000 places observed Baby W eek
flies. .Good catches made last few days. fied to preside a t m eetings of the board.
doubtful as to w hether or not the Sea-
last year, and it is expected th a t even
W estlake, Tsiltcoos Lake—Fish ta k
borg cannery will operate on Rogue student body of the Coquille High a larger num ber will carry it out this
Since the above was in type Mr. A n
ing spinner and b a it isalmon eggs).
river this sum m er. I t seems th a t the school, do heartily approve of your ac year. If your community entered into
derson has called upon some of his old
W ater clear. A few days ago a catch er than any of the board who is serving
liabilities of the company are so g re at tion in declaring a sta te of w ar to exist this national movement last year, then
pupils and acquaintances here and they
o f 40 tro u t was made. Good hotel ac his first term .
th a t it is unable to sell for a sufficient betw een the Empire of G erm any and you know the importance of it and if it
have gladly signed the Strong endorse
com m odations.
On April 3, 1916, a recall election
am ount to satisfy its creditors.
As it these United States, and th a t we pledge di>l not take an active part, do not al
m ent of his project which, w ith the sig
Swisshome, Lake Creek—Lower five was held in Eastside to recall Mrs. natures, is given below:
stands the Seaborg company preferB to our hearty support in all fu tu re moves low another opportunity to help the
m iles clear and a t norm al stag e. Fish Eleanor Hadlock and W. F. Byerly,
I t is going to be up to th e residents lease its holdings while those who
This is to certify th a t we, the under
which you make in preserving the na babies pass by.
the chairm an. F ifty-three votes were
tak in g spinner and bait.
the city to clean up th e ir property would operate there p re fe r to buy, and
Most successful baby weeks were ob
tional honor and integrity.
cast to recall these directors and 43 for signed, citizens and business men of the w hether they so desire or not. A t the thus the m attei stands.
There is a
Eugène—W illam ette, McKenzie and
served w ithout any expense, so no or
them , the opposition candidates being
ganization need hesitate to plan a cam
Siuslaw rivers all high and dirty. Few
acquainted with P rof. Frank B. A nder m eeting of the council last night the possibility a t this tim e th a t the can
Messrs. Steckel and Nelson.
paign because of lack of funds. The
good catches salmon tro u t being caught
A G re a t F arce C om edy
son, who conducted a modern Business m arshal was instructed to call a tte n nery m ay be operated by the Barnes
The legality of the election waS
in Siuslaw in spite of bad w eather.
following is a suggestive program fo r
College in Coquille during the y ear 1910; tion to the property owners th a t th eir Fish com pany.—P o rt Orford Tribune.
called in question by the supporters of
a Baby W eek cam paign:
O ther reports sta te th a t following
th a t he had a reg u lar average a tte n d property m ust be kept in an orderly j The penitentiary of the future will
“ The Sm ugglers” —the title suggests
A cam paign of new spaper publicity;
stream s are high and muddy: Mola'la Mrs. Hadlock and Mr. Byerly, and ance of in and about One Hundred stu condition and th a t if action was not be alm ost a pleasan' place in which to
river, South Santiam river, M ary’s County A ttorney L iljeqvist pronounced dents during th a t y ear; th a t he conduct forthcom ing the m arshal is to take fu r live, according to the opinion of Cap a strong m elodrama with an abundance Collection of baby-w elfare inform ation;
the election invalid. In spite of this
th e r steDS to induce action.
A ppar tain Charles A. Murphy, warden o f the of robberies, escapades, apprehensions Baby Sunday; A mass m eeting; Cele
river. Cow Creek, Umpqua river, Tual
ed 9aid Business College along modern
opinion those who had been elected un
civic Oregon sta te prison.
“ The peniten and other thrilling adventures, but the bration in the schools; M essages to wo
atin river, Gales creek, Dairy creek,
and practical business lines, and in an
der the recall continued to m eet with
pride alone has been relied upon, as has tia ry of the future will be a m ixture of Famous Players will show a t the Scenic m ens’ societies; M essages to fathers;
Soap creek, Elk creek. W olf creek,
able and efficient m anner; th a t we are
Mr. M cL iggan, the board m em ber who I
B ear creek, N orth Santiam , Luckia-
glad to learn th a t Prof. Anderson has been th e case heretofore, Ijas not been school, church, medical school, psy Thursday an entirely new version of Follow up work of the campaign-.
had been one of those instrum ental in
satisfactory and this year the council chological laboratory, m echanical w ork the "sm u g g ler-p lay .” I t is a farce-
In small com m unities the campaign
m ute river, Sm ith river, Clackam as
returned to Coquille with the intention
having this election held, and this
shop and diversified fa rm ,” he said. comedy sta rrin g Donald Brian, who has | may last only one day; larger ones may
river, Abequa river, Silver creek, Long
of organizing and conducting a th o r intends to follow another course.
claimed to be the legal board.
The council also instructed, the fire “ A few very strong cells will alw ays already appeared on the P a ra m o u n t! observe It for a longer time.
Tom creek, Yamhill river, W illamina
oughly modern Business College, com-
Meanwhile, Mrs. Hadlock and Mr. j plete in all its various departm ents. com m ittee to examine different build be necessary but in the m ajority of Program under Lasky m anagem ent. I \ n the w elfare of the babies cannot
creek, Row river, W inberry creek, Fall
Byerly continued to m eet and hold ( This will be of g re a t advantage to the ings o f the city in respect to their e x it cases only the unarmed guards will be Sidney Olcott, who has supervised the I be separated from the w elfare of the
board m eetings, and various matterR | y0Ung m en and young ladies of Coos facilities in case of fire. Recorder ! required, m ental and m oral control tak p-oduction o f this comedy, has carried I m others, m aternal care is a subject
Lawrence, in addressing the council in ing the places of dungeons and b a rs .” out the laughable qualities of the plot th a t also m ust be considered. More
Financing R o td Cam paign were passed on by one board 6ne way | , ;oonty Vlho d«*i<a ar, education along this
connection, spoke of the recent
while contrary action was taken by the | bU3jnesg lines. A thing all should have.
The New E ra club of Bandon is ta k with a perfectly balanced judgm ent and women die yearly in the United S tates
other board, Suit was sta rte d by those | \y e heartily recommend Prof. A nder im provem ent of the Scenic th ea tre and ing steps toward the im provem ent of a rtistic conception of relative value. from conditions incident to ihaternity
W ith a sta te headquarters establish
who had been recalled, but the case son and his work in his particular line said th a t while the owners had been bathing and outing facilities a t Bandon The story contains a long series c f com- 1 than from any other cause except tu
ed, much enthusiasm , and m any re
was delayed so no decision w as reached to those desiring a thorough business perfectly willing to make the improve- j beach in view of m aking the beach one plicated events, each having a wealth berculosis, and m ost of these deaths
quests pouring in for inform ation, lit
m ents, he did not think th a t it was
before the annual election in June.
of the m ost popular sum m er resorts ir of rich wholesome humor. From New ■r ■ preventable.
e ra tu re and speakers, the road bonding
The following free bulletins m»y be
rig h t th a t they should be made the
A t this tim e the opposing sides had
Signed: C. R. Barrow, F. E. Mc
southern Oregon. The plans include n Y oik, the atory continues on to London
cam paign may be regarded as sta rte d .
secured from the Childrens’ Bureau,
goat and th a t there were o th er build
All th a t is lacking to g e t it under full another clash, b u t Mr. W. W. S tc ckel Kenna, H. N. Lorenz, J . A. Lamb, ings in the city in as bad or worse con bathhouse near the coast guard outlook ! and Paris, gaining momentum as it pro D epartm ent of Labor, W ashington, D.
wa3 elected to fill Mr. B yerly’s pli
F red Von P egert, Geo. A. Robinson,
station, accommodations for cam pers in gresses geographically, until the jo u r
steam is money.
C .: The Second Bulletin on Baby W eek
dition as the th eatre had been.
J. E. Norton, C. T Skeels, S. M. N os
the city p -rk snd an advertising cam ney is retraced, finally winding up in a Cam paigns; P renatal C a re;Infant C are;
All the mon^y received a t headquar Mr. Byerly claimed the rig h t to pr<
ier, A. T. Morrison, Geo. T. Moulton, ized to purchase 500 feet m ore of fire paign to divert the main portion o f the
te rs so fa r is from subscriptions made as chairm an of the board a t this, ni
M aternal Care.
A long chain of uproariously comic
sum m er coast tourists from W illam ette
by m em bers of the legislature and the ing, but the chair was assum ed Ify Mr. R, H. M ast, W. H. Lyons, C. J. Fuhr- hose.
From the Oregon S ta te Board of
An ordinance was adopted prohibiting valley and interm ediate points to Ban adventures m ake this photoplay one of H ealth, Portland, may be had leafleta:
man, J. E. Quick, H. O. Anderson, L.
few people who m et with the legisla M A. M cLaggan.
don beach and northern Curry county
The Byerly-Hadlock faction claimed
tive com m ittee when it gathered form
To E x pectant M others and Are Your
saw dust, manure, garbage, etc., over
ally in Portland. Each gave $10 and th e election w as not legal because of ham, W. H. Schroeder, J . W. Ler.eve, the improved stre ets of the city in ve fishing stream s. The club is now pro duced.
Babies Eyes S o'e?; Program s and press
Lee Goodman, Ralph E. Nosier.
An unusually im portant supporting articles.
th e total receipts barely sufficed to irregularitii s in giving notice of the
hicles not so constructed as to prevent viding the city with tw o public drink
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the spilling or dropping of p a rts of the ing fountains snd two concrete w a ter cast has been gathered, composed of j And from the Oregon A gricultural
cover the coat of inserting the official annual m eeting, and also because they
N azim ova Says:
load on the atreeta. A fine of not les» ing troughs for fa -m e rs’ horses.
I t is Olive Tell, Cyril Chadwick, M argaret College you may have the following
argum ent in the s ta te pamphlet.
claimed a fa ir election was not held as
than $5 nor more than $20 was made
Now the spectacle is presented o f a aome voters w eie deterred from taki tg
For a plain, concise and em inently the penalty for violation of this ordi- also providing feeding sheds and hitch Greene, Harold Vosburgh and Rita bulletins for the asking: Food for the
sensible sum m aiy of the sta tu s of the
Family; The School Luncheon.
state-w ide headquarters having no c a s h !p a r t for fe a r of a riot.
BACK TO STAY
CONTRACTORS ARE LOSERS
WAR NOT BEEN
CABINET WILL STAY THE SAME
to Pres. Wilson
Get Busy with
T hat R ake