Semi-weekly Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1910-1915, February 04, 1913, Image 1

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    BANDON, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1913
VOLUME XXIX
Athlete Trainer Coming.
Will Build New Boat.
NUMBER 10
: RIB FIRE Al MARSH-
Library Meeting Tonight.
As has been announced in former
William L Hayward, athletic
Attend the Library meeting to
is ms of the R ecorder Captain (.).
trainer of the University of Oregon
plight from 8:00 to to aw o’clock.
R. Willaid will build a new boat tor
will visit several of the High Schools
Now is the time to boost Bandon
use on the Coquille river. The new
of the State soon, dulivering a series
I
along in the educational line as well
I boat is to be called the Charm. The
of lectures on '‘Proper and Improp­
as others.
keil
is
being
laid
this
week
at
Her
­
Pacific
Sends
En
Southern
er
Methods
of
Track
Work
One
Gasoline Boat Belonging to
Mrs. Bertram Badly Burned, Subject of vital importance con
mann Bros, shipyard and the boat
of these trips will be to the Coos
cerning the library will be discussed.
gineers to
Commence will be rushed to completion as
Henry Herman Goes Out County schools according to the
and Much Property Des­ Don’t forget the time and place. To­
rapidly as possible, the contract
Work on Bridge.
present plans,
night at the Commercial Club
troyed.
to Sea in Ebb Tide.
calling
for the contract completion
The idea is to advise the High
rooms.
of the boat including the installation
School students who are going into
of the engines by May I, I913.
athletics on the best methods ol
J. M. Dixon, superintendent of
Drifting with a strong ebb tiib*. training. The trip is scheduled for
The new boat will be So feet long
Marshfield had a big fire yester­ Patron-Teachers Meeting.
the
McArthur-Perks
Comp
any,
con
a gosoline boat belonging to Henry the early part of March.
with 13 8 feet beam and 21 inch day, caused by a little boy playing
tractors for the Coos Bay-Eugene draught, and she will have a six with matches which ignited a Christ­
Herman went out over the bar Sun­
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Patron-Teachers meeting next
line of Southern Pacific, Assistant cylinder engine which will develop mas tree.
day afternoon. Mr. Herman was
Friday
night, February 7 th, at
Leased
Wigwam.
Engineer Hindmarsh of the South­ at least 130 horse power.
alone in the boat, iif and a Mr,
Mrs. Bertram who lived over a high school. A meeting of special
ern Pacific, who is to have super­
Peterson of Prosper, each in a
millinery store was badly burned, interest will be held. School gar­
vision of the construction of the
launch were navigating near the
C. R. True has taken a two year lines in North Bend from the south World’s Championship Base and’ for some time it was thought dens, school industrial work and
bar when Mr. Hermann’s engine lease on the Wigwam, from E.
she would die. but reports this schorl savings accounts will be dis-
Bail Series at the Grand.
went dead and he diifted at the Lewin, and the same will be run in approach of the bridge across Coos
morning arc to the effect that she is eussed.
County Superintendent
mercy of the tide. The life saving connection with the Bandon Bakery. Bay to the waterfront, and six as­
better.
Raymond E. Baker will be here and
sistant
arrived
in
Not
th
Bend
Satur
­
crew was on the scene at once and Mr. True expects to handle bakery
The greatest damage according to give an address.
The only authentic motion picture
succeeded in rescuing Mr. Hermann goods, will serve ice cream, candy, day night. Today they are arran­
a long distance telephone message
Col. R. H Rosa w ill be on hand
and his boat, bringing them in about etc and later on when the seaso ;> ging to begin construction work on of the greatest base ball game in the to the R ecorder , was caused by
United
States.
The
New
York
1
t 1 talk, and Miss Cooper who has
the
big
cut
through
Simpson
Park
7,00 o'clock in the evening. The opens, he will serve regular Sun day
water, and the total damage will
in North Bend and it is expected Giants vs the Boston Americans. probably be from $4,000 to $6 ooo. hatge ol lhe school gardens in the
only damage done, was the life boat
dinners. He will also pay special
capsizing once, on their return trip attention to banquets, beach parties that Supt. Dixon will have equip­ Complete in every detail. See this although it might have been much Bandon schools will outline her
causing the crew to lose their caps etc. The Wigwam has been a ment and men on the ground with­ special release at the Grand theatre greater had the fire gotten under work.
Parents, this is a very important
in a few days to rush the work to Thureday night, Feb, 6th, No ad­ good headway.
and a couple of oars, but the affair
popular place ever since it was completion,
vance
in
price.
Other
good
pictures.
meeting.
You should be there.
might have been more serious, only
started and under Mr. True's man­
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I
here
u
111
>e some good special
Engineer
Broughton
of
the
South
­
for the quick work of the crew.
agement will not lose any of its ern Pacific, who will have charge
music
by
the
grade
pupils.
A
strong
demonstration
has
been
The
R
ecorder
now
has
the
People should b e more careful
popularity.
Friday
night
of
this
week Every
official
monogram
of
the
Bandon
made
in
favor
of
proposed
interstate
of
the
construction
of
the
bridgi'
about getting close to the bar in
body
come
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Commercial
Club,
in
hall
tone
cuts,
bridge
between
Oregon
and
Wash
­
across
Coos
Bay,
will
reach
here
launches on an ebb tide, in fact, they
should nev er go below the wharf, Socialist Ladies Will Give a within a few days It is believed of three different sizes. Business ington, crossing the Columbia River
Joint committees
Cows for sale. One fresh it.
that the bridge will be consti ucted men wanting letter heads, envelops at Vancouver.
because if the tide gets them, they
Calico Ball.
by the Southern Pacific Company or other job printing with the official from the two state Legislatures went Febr uary one hesh first < f Apt 1
are sure to drift to aea before the
monogram should leave their orders. over the site chosen for the st rue Beth black Jersies with yillo back:
direct
life saving crew can possibly get to
Union Revival Meetings moved to lure and looked carefully into the W. W. Eelier, Twomile on County
A third engineer who will have
them, and a serious accident to
The ladies Socialist Study Club
9tf
merits of the project. At a later mad.
occur some time.
will give a calico ball and box sup­ supervision of the construction be­ the old school house. These meet­
meeting
in
Portland,
attended
by
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pet at the Bandon opera house, tween the wrterlront and the south ings have'been held in the Method­
city limits of North Bend, is ex ist Episcopal church during the past citizens of both states, strong sup­
Saturday evening, Feb. 8th.
THE RECALL OF JUDGES.
Acme Runs Into Fifield.
week. They are being well attended port was aroused for the bridge and
Ladies will wear calico dresses pected he within a short time
Judges are not lawmakers.
These are the developments in the ai d new interest in vital Christian­ it seems likely the plan will be ac­
They are not administrators.
and furnish oxes containing suppet
complished.
Their duty is not. to determine
The Steamer Acme r an into the for two and a bow or necktie of the local railroad situation since Satur ity is being manifested. Come to
wtiat the taw shall be, but to de­
Oregon delegates to the National
die
old
school
house
each
night
this
day
.
Supt.
Dixon
of
the
McArth
­
Fifield, just as the latter was enter­ same material as her gown.
termine what tlie law Is. Their
Livestock Convention, lately held
week.
ur-Perks
Cnmpaey
and
Engineer
Independence, their sense nf dig-
ing the San Francfsco harbor on
A short, interesting program will
It litis been intimated that the at Phoenix, Ariz., are anxious that
nity and freedom. Is ol 1
first
her last trip, but neither boat was be rendered for the entertainment Hindmarsh have opened temporary
consequence to the stabilti / of
advistbility
cf
changing
the
meeting
an
Oregon
(.'attic
Growers
’
Associa
­
headquarters
in
the
Palace
Hotel
damaged, and both were able to of those not caring to dance. The
the state. To apply to theta the
program will begin at 8 o'clock building in North Bend. The Me night of the Commercial Club to tion shall be organized to affiliate
continue their trips.
principle of recall 1» to m t up
the idea that determination of
sharp so as not to conflict with lhe Arthur-Perks Company retained some other night than Thursday with that body. It is said many
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will
be
discussed
at
the
club
meeting
wlint law is must respond to
benefits
will
be
realized
to
Oregon
all
of
the
contact
from
the
south
dancing later on.
populnr lmputee null to jxj uiar
stock growers if this is accomplished.
next
Thursday.
Several
interesting
entrance
of
the
big
tunnel,
No
7,
Editorial Advisory Board.
Everybody invited to come and
judgment It la suflk-leut that
questions will be discussed. If you The state’s importance in livestock
tlie people should have the power
enjoy an evening of clean, whole­ between Winchester Creek and Ten
have been keeping your thinker raising will be more generally rec­
to etsuige tlx- law when rhey
Mile
lakes,
when
the
sublet
th
Eugene, Or., (Special)—The some entertainment.
will. It Is not neeemmry that
work to Portes Bros. This means busy and have some point th. t you ognized.
they should dlret tly tnllueiv e by
Willamette Valley division of the
Lost
—
on
Beach,
Sunday
after
­
believe
should
be
brought
to
the
that they will build the lio- s in
threat of recall those who merely
State Press Association, in its meet­
North Bend and on the Rty. It is attention of your fellow citizens, noon, ladies gold watch with silk
Interpret the law alrixidy estab­
New Tunneling Machine. stated that-one reason they relamed come to the Commercial Club meet­ fob. Finder please return to Mt
ing here January 24, appointed a
lished The Importance and de­
Central Board of editors to act as
sirability of tlie recall nn a means
Gambleat Bandon hospital. 1 t-.x
this for themselves was the expec ing and state the case.
of administrative control ought
an advisory board to the University
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fancy of the possiblity of construc­
not to be oitwured by drawing
Monday was the beginning of the
L.
L.
Gilbert
representing
the
of Oregon Department of Journalism.
It Into this other nnd v»ry dlf-
tion on the road south from Coos second semester oi the Bandon Pythian Sisters to Give B ll !
J.
P.
Karus
Tunneling
Machine
Those ou the board are Elbert Beed
ferent field.—Woodrow V.i'-on.
Bav to Eureka would bestartci be­ schools, and a number of new pupils
of the Cottage Grove Sentinel; A. Co. is in the city. This machine
fore the other work was done.
entered in all the grades. About
R O'Brien, of the Marshfield Re­ will mark a revolution in the tun­
The Bandon Pythian Sister will
—
Coos Bay Times.
20 entered lhe primary department
neling
business
as
it
will
reduce
a
cord; Bruce Dennis, of the La
give
a grand ball Saturday evcmi’g
THE HUMBLE HER ).
There vere about ten additions to
Grand Observer; John F. Caroll, of years work under the ordinary con
February
22nd. Watch for further
To go on cheerfully with n pet­
“
Bunny
at
the
Derby.
”
'the
high
school,
making
in
all
about
the Portland Telegram; E. E. Bro­ ditions, to sixty days an d will re­
ty round of little «Inti -s. little
announcement and posters.
; 75 now in the high school.
avocations, to smile for the Joy
die, of the Oregon Citv Entetprise; duce the cost more than 50 per
This
will
be
one
of
the
best
social
This is the first of a series of Bun­
of others when the heart Is ach­
Captain O. Wiren, co-operative
Phil S. Bates, cf the Pacific North- I cent. It also does away with all
events of the season.
ing, • • • who does this, his
ny
comedies
taken
in
England.
!
observor
announces
that
the
rainfall
the
dangers
connected
with
explo
­
west, and Col. E. Hofer, of the Ore- ,
works will follow him. lb' mny
sives as no blasting is ncce s.iry Bunny, dressed as a coster in uiger i for the month of January was 9 95
not be a hero to the world, but
gon Manufacturer.
he Is one of God's heroes.--Can­
The principle is the same that has goes to the big Derby races in a inches; days rainy and cloudy 22,
on Farrar.
GRAFT AND ALTRUISM.
cart
drawn
by
a
donkey
an
1
on
the
days
clear
9.
The
rainfall
for
the
always
been
used
for
breaking
and
Notice
Tlie rumors which come to our
chiseling rock, but simply applied way meets up with a lot of in tlnm. corresponding month of 1912 was
ears from the mouths of crim I
on a large scale for the completion A big lot of laughs put over in a 9.08 inches, making a difference of
nals say that the so called "sys
Goods bought and sold. If you of the whole tunnel.
“Bunny” way.
,77 inches more this year,
tern" is 11 vast business entcrprl c.
yielding $2,400.000 n year.
In
wish to dispose of musical instru­
Don't fail to see this Vitigrapli at
The date oi the Stale Fair will be
Among Mr. Gilberts exhibits is a
such a vast scheme Individuals
ments, suit cases, trunks, guns, re­ photograph of roo feet of tunnel, the Grand tonight Tw > oth r g >0 1 later this year than usual in order to
rarely count. It la the great.
volvers, kodok. etc e Strowbridge driyen in solid rock in 50 hours.
reels. Tonight, Tuesday, Feb 4. , permit larger exhibits by children
shadowy public with which the
managers deal.
Let ns note,
opposite Bank of Bandon.
No advance in price.
| who will enter the state industrial
—
however, that the indifference to
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contest. The various counties tak­
the public on the part of the
Bandon Grange Meets.
Whist Party Last Night.
ing this work up last year are en­
Bandon Loses Game.
public service corporations and
great business enterprises has
An obligation paid by
thusiastic over it ind plan to go
paved the way for this very sys­
into
it
more
extensively
than
ever
in
c b e < k 1 e a v e s no
Bandon Grange had a well atten-
tem. For the sake of millions of
The Bar don h gh school lost the
The whist party given by the
chance for a dispute
dollars men have been perm-.
t» d and interesting meeting last ladies of the Episcopal church at the basket ball game with the C< quillc ! 1913. Poultry raising will have a
te<| to Ignore right oral Just' e
Saturday afternoon, at which time home of Mrs M. E. Walker, last high school last Friday night the • prominent part in the contests.
li e check is returned
The real motives behind the d I
Forest rangers of the Southern
the Grange instructed their secretary night was well attended, their being score being 20 to 8 in favor of Co­
are greed'and robbery. A g> t
titer payment and be­
C, B. Zeek, to meet with the Ban-, 12 tables and those pi esent report a quille.
wave of altruism sweeping oi r
The Bandon boys were (Oregon and Northern California
comes
a receipt. I’.ty­
the country Is demanding a no r
Library Association and take up pleasant time.
much li. hler than their up-river r< serves will meet in Medford Feb­
Interpretation of the cotntnnn !
ing by check is busi-
with them the idea of the Giange
Elegant refreshments were served j opponents, although they played ruary 18, 21, where they will discuss
“Thotj shall not steal." It sevs
nes like and conven­
problems
of
their
work
and
listen
to
Library Association co-operating after cards.
to the Hplrlt of business: Y ui
just as fast a fielding game, hi t were
shall
not
Ignore
human
rights
In
addresses
by
experts.
ient, and puts system
with the Bandon Library Associa­
The first prize for ladies was won unable to throw baskets succe -fully,
your struggle for gain. We must
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tion. and secure an Agricultural and I,y Mrs. Wilson, while Mrs. Smith j and it takes baskets to win a game
ami safety into your
strive to direct the forces of
Horticultural Library, from both J. Mann carried off the consolation. Although the boys were beaten this
democracy toward brotherhood,
transactions.
St Valentine Ball.
nod to that end wo must take Io
state ane nationol institutions.
J. L Kronenberg captured the first time, still they are n >t discouraged
This strong bank
heart the lesson which the hour
prize for gentlemen while lhe conso­ and hope to turn the tables on Co­ There will be a St Valentine Ball
firings home to us and see to It
welcomes checking tic-
quille t he next game.
that Justice, honor anti Integ
1 and supper at the Wigwam Hail.
As has I een previously announced lation fell to Dr. I.eep.
counts with business
rtty are put above every other
Friday evening February 14th.
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in the R ecorder Frank Catterhn
consideration. Vpon theae a lotto
men and individuals.
is agent for the Ford Automobile
Any one knowing themselves in­
must rest our civic pride nnd na­
I
F or R ent -5 room cottage on A person will I m - dressed as Valen­
tional safety.—Itev. Dr. Leon 8
Any person queuing his
in Hanlon. Real his Ad in this debted to Dr Rossiter or Dr. S. Sixth street near High school, in tine.
Harvey.
issue. It tells y u h >w to get a L. Perkins, will please call .md good condition. $12.00 p«r montn name will be given a prized a $1.00
I cake —C. R. I rue, Manager,
h^h grade car at a very low price. 1 settle -ume with C. B. Zeek. .
! inquire of C. W. Lake.
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