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bandon, Oregon; Tuesday, November 4, .
''FAME IS DELIGHTFUL BUT AS COLLATERAL . IT DOES NOT RANK HIGH"
: WILL PROBE
Will Be Called To Inves'figate
Detent Robbery at
A thorniiKli. investigation' of the
5Eatside fohbery, which led to thd
miicide of Mayor Jordan, will be
commenced tomorrow by a special
Jhe Marshne'd Times has the
blowing to say of the case: Depu
ty "Prosecuting Attorney Liljeqvist
end Judge Coke today arranged to
oxiven a. special session 01 the
grand jury at Coquille next Wed.
nudity to begin an investigation of.
.the missing Eastside funds, the
gambling cases ami some othei
criminal matters, part of which are
ttnnected with the Eastside cases.
Rlr. Liljeqvist returned to Co
yitiltc 'this afternnon after having
,sttminffif several who are supposed
(to have knowledge of the matter,
including, some North Bend men
who are also said to have some
Isnowfedg'e of the afTair He stated
that he had secured some 'very
Wrong evidence in tlie .cnse and that
all that -Wi'is needctl now was some
more detail evidence wlii 'h would
make the circumstanliat drain so
. strong that a concession can hardly
(Des avoided. '
It is stated that evidence, had
tixezn secured to show that $500
was lost in one little series of poker
gan'ies by the suspect in the East
Biele poker .case. Evidence has
aten been secured showing .that at
one time Lea'ton is charge'il with
being in a card game and that he
&ad $1400 in cash in his pocket.
This is presumed to have been city
The 8w:ial grand juiy, in addi-,
tion to the. Eastside case, will proli
, ably" ralje, up a .thorough investiga
' turn, of the gambling games that
have bsen going o'n for some' time.
Mf. Liljeqvist has announced that
in case jhe county attorney bill car-
ie SI the election he will inaugur
ate a sit months "crusade to clean up
Coo county and see that all laws
property enfo'reed . .
. The rainfall for the month of Oct
ober -was 2. Q5, days raining and
cloudy it days clear 17. . The rain
till for the corresponding month of
191a was 2.75.1 difference of-20
luindreth more the year. .O. Wjren
Co operative Observer.
foy Dress 'Maker A.rives.
Mrs. Reed of California the. new
'dressmaker for the 'Bandon Dry
Goods Co. has arrived and has taken
charge' of the dressmaking depart
ment. Mrs. Geary wlt'o is well
known here has also been employed
and the Bandon Dry Goods Co. will
guarantee every dress that is put out
by their dress makinff department
and at a price that wi'l be within
'the reach of everybody.
Latest Base Ball Films.
The Grand will offer a big special
of the Worlds Series base ball games
between the Athletics and New York
Giants. The pictures show all the
stars in baseball and everything else
of interest to the fans. Besides this
special we show our regular nro
granrrtfftnir reels. At the Grand
tomorrow jiight, Wednesday Nov 5
Admission 15 and 10c,
LA FkANCE .
Alleged. Insurance Swrndlee
Not Satisfied With Result
of cFirst Trial " .
Portland Nov. 3. --Attorneys frw
J. C. LaFraftce, convicted of swind
ling a fraternal order out of. $3000
by collecting insurance money after-
"planting". a body supposed to rytve
been his, ion the Clackamas JXiver,
have filed notice of ap'peal fraua Hat
sentence of the Tower court. .
I le had been sentenced &n Set
years in. the penitentiary.
Dr. J, R..Wetherbee was $ truu,
the Star ranch yesterday. .
The" Elizabeth arrived yesterday
with 130 tons.of freight and tin: fol
lowing passengers; Bob Scott, and
wife. E. Gale. 'A. II, Lwis, 'R.
E. L. Bedilljon, A Ifouye,' Mrs.
A. Wilcox, Jennie JSIitton. Miargare
SpeiTr, Nettie Limonson, H. Davis,
f hos W.ilksnson, T. Apac, D. li
Gilbest, Thos. Hildale, E "M. Bean,'
W. Clayton, F. Gregg, G Ileamer.
The'BrooklynJeft .San Fancisco
for Bandon yeslcnhy.
The'Fifield will leave Sao Fran
cisco for Bandon tomorrow evening
and the Speedwell will sail from Sao
Held For Insanity.
W. T. Hooper recently from
California, and who came here from
Bandon, where he had been working
in lhe woods,:is being held in the
city Jail .for Insanity. He will be
taken before the commissioners
Tuesday.' His insanity is not of a
vjolent nature. Coos Bay Times.
Mail Tq Come By Ffeight
The government is advertising for
bids for the carrying of parcel post
niail ft om' Portland to jfcons.Bay and
as the steamer, Break'watr-r is the
only vessel making regular ffis b-
ftween tin two ports, it is believed
the owners of that vessel will get the
Majl is now coming, into Cooa
county towns over the ' mountains
from Roseburg, 'but in. winter the
condition of the roads is so ban and
the mail so heavy that it" is almost,
impossible to get over this- route,
and Irequeiftfy there are long delhys
The firs't-efass majl matter is const
antly .increasing, and with the ddi
tion of the parcel post matter the
'gnverment is Seriously haiui'icappwd
by poor transportation facilities.
Owing to the fact that freight' from
Portland is slow at'best,, many small
packages within" t li e permissible
weight come here by parc'pl post,
thus nftimes saving several" days'
time, .but under the ndw arangement
this will be impossible. Slow freight
will gi ve equal service.
With the completion of the Wi l-liamette-Pacific
mail will fie received
that way, swd the goverment officials
whose troubles have been many over
handling this service with any degreej
of satisfaction, will be over. Senti
Saft. $Vancisco -Man Arrives
" tfo Try Conclusions
Those who like to witniss a good
wrestling match will have a chance
deft Saturday evening, unless, pre
sent indications fail. ".
Tony Ajax, who claims the ipiddle
weight championship of the Pacific
coast, arrived on the Elizabeth from
San Francisco and will attempt to
pnt M..G. Lutsey on his back. This
boa been tried so often iii the past
and alwuys tufned out '. the same
way Lutsey an easy winner .that
the local fTght fan reluse' to become
very greatly, oxejted over Mr. Aja.x's
arrival. The San Francisco , man
1iAS quite a. reputation, hoVever, .'ind
is 'considered good enough to be
given-a match at Los Angeles the
latter part ofthe'month with Mike
Yokel, the middle weight champion
of the world. '
In the event that I.utsey wins
next Saturday he will be entitled to
the Los Angeles match.
" Afax is of slighter build than Lnt
sey and does not look to be as good
a man as "Smiling Dirtch," who
lroved s.o easy for the Curry county J
njjair recently. But iirthe wrestling
game you can't always tell by ap
pear nee and there will undoubtedly
he a'good. crowd on hand Saturday
niglK to' see the outcome.
S. Mundy and Wife pxpect to
start iu x few days for eastern Ore
gon where they will visit for a short
time and will then go to southern
California to snend the winter.
A temporary injunction has been
granted by Judge Jiho S. Coke,
against the officers of the cjty of
Dandon enjoiniug them frbm pro
ceeding further with the work of
opening of Oregon -Ave. formerly
"Loading Works Rebuilt
The loading- worke of the Smith
Powers lagging company ,at cedar
Point? recenrly destroyed by 'fire,
are again in operation, and loacfnn
was resumed on Wednesday. The
engine1 house rcHuill, the doiiky re
paired and the cables, feplaced.
The destruction "of the plant 1
caused some hindrance taithebig
(C A. Smith sawmill ajt Marshfield,
it 1eing unable" to get sufficient
logs to ikeep the plant there run
. ' '
'R. L. Gimlin, of Davis Creek was
in Bandon Saturday and made this
office a pleasant and lucratioe call,
Mr, Gimlih brought in some cejefy
that was nearjy three feet0 Iflng and
ne has carrots that will Weigh fiv or
six pounds. He also has some fine
apples and isj doing an
000 o o 0
0 cWinter in Bandon!
T. T. Allen has pears ripening on
trees in his yard and a number
of apple trees in bloom.
Movemehfi ofi Foot to' tfove
,JA'pple Day" Observed"
Monday, Nov. 13 will he "Ayjtlr
Day1' all over the Northwest, and
every loyalhojster 'l cfnsmws
much of this htcious -fruit- mM,
baked, stewed and. raw or otherwise
as possible and keep ott tr ttw
The apple crop-of the uni threes!
has lieen growing every year until
now il is-one ot. oiir most impwtant
crops, and it is with : view to en
couraging a greater consumption of
the frriit thai the commercial bodies
of the Northwest have inaugurated
an "Apple Day.". The hotels all
over Oregon and Washington will
embiacc the idea on the 18th ami
serve'apples -in so man) different
ways it wiil make your. head .swim.
The chefs at Imth Gallirr ;mJ Baiu
don Hotels are lying awake nights
devising new and novel ways of
serving them, and Mgr. Mills of the
Gallh r says that Heinz with his 57
varieties won't be in it.
Laying all jokes aside the idea .is.
a good one. The npptc i s one of
our most delicious and wholesome
fruits and one that . can be grown
as scelMirrc in Bandon as anywtiere
else in the worjd, and we can do
some practical boosting by increas
ing the demand for a home grown
' A movement is on to make
"Apple Day" observed generally
throughout the nation, making the
apple the national fruit. Reniemlier
the date, November 18th, and do
Benjamin Ostlind, architect, let
the contract Friday for the building
of an addition to the Dyer concrete
building. Brown & Gibson injured
the contract and will lM.-gii construc
tion work at once. This will add
materially to the conveniences of
he store room Tn the building,
- OCIO ' t
It is claimed that
some l' th-
Australia ! taller
than the California redwoods, liith-
ertfl considered tluj highest tjrs in
the world? i,
.There are 55 oakes in fh Unileil
States. about . evenly diviifed be
tween the east and the wmI, The
'eastern species and ' upartirwUify
white qaks are Jhe most valuable.
The bureau of forestry o- the
Philippine Isktnds will 9tJ Mpi-
cal timbers to the UV S. forew ser
vice So tliffl their' suitability tor un(
lurnitui Co veneers may beascertifid
Wood block paving, tried aiwl
discarded in many .citias ,f' the
United States thirty years, aso, is
now coming back into marked favo
due to improved5 methoiKi of treat
oXpnsiveinK aml l';W',1!nR ,he blocks.
uerman torestersonre experimeni
ing,with Douglasofio fom the United
Statos trying to find a variety which
will cOifibine the fast-growing "qual-tp
ity of the Pacific Coast form and tfle
hardiness of the Rocky fountain
First Basket Ball Gamo of
Season) PJayett Satur-
. ' day Night-
In the basket' o.itl gaitte S,rturd.y
night between the girls nt the Sev
enth ami eighth giades, the seventh
gV44't8 won by the score nl 10 to 7.
The game wan played in the tlaiik
Hall and was fast throughout. The
eighth grade team was, Veda Averitl
Mary King, Lulu Shield, Had Gib
sou, ami njiinrci iingiey. ine
seventh uraue team wax ium
Tltompson, Gale Doak, Gladys Gal
lier, Myrtle Wheeler, and Orva Wit
The following circular letter has
been received by Deputy Game
Warden Ainlerson of Bandon;
Dear Sir Your attention is called
to the following synopsis of the new
federal law lor the protection of mi.
gratory birds which went into effect
Octoler M. These laws are nni
form in loth Washington and Ore
"A daily closed season on all
migratory game and inscctiverous
birds between sunset amf sunrittc.
A five vcar closel season beginning
Octoler 1st 1913 on all the following
game birds: Band tailel pigeons,
little brown, sandhill and whooping
cranes, swans, curlews, wood ducks,
and all shore birds, except black
breasted and golden plover, Wilson
or jack snipes, woodcock and great
er and lesser yellow legs. "Open
season on ducks, geese, rails, cuofa,
gatlinulcs, from October 1st to Janu
ary 15th inclusive.
Open season 'on Mack bnrasted
and golden plover, Wilson or jack
snipes and greate and lesser -yellow
legs from Octolmr 1st to Oecemtwr
AU migratory inscctivcroiw turds
pftte:ted indefinitely. Auy iurtUrr
information' in regard to the federal
laws can Ire secured through this,
office or by addressing L. Alva
Lewis, lujectoi BUilogieal Survey,
Kof Zeim iildg., Portland, Ore.,
Very truly yours..
WlM.IAM L.lNI.KV,, .
. State Gaine Warden.
la additkwi to the atawe it would
le well to note that the often season
(ttrsevetal of thcgAiue'lirdiand anU
mals expired witb the last day of
October amt it is now 'unlawful to
kill rr capture elk, deer, lasivef,
blueuroute, pheasants of ;uiy kind,
quail ctl any kind, davtn, . wild
llitrertn 'ol atv &inil, silvca gray'
smiflBi aiui art)' trut t outlet in
iuctts Tn tengtft, .
it W unlawful for piefsom over tft
years of age to hunt' or tfa', oa
lands othet tha& theit own pewis,
fbr mink,' mm ten, fish, ottrf,- and
muskrats .withouts ftfsf obtarining a
trapj'ier's liccnstt 'fronj the Statf
Board of Fish and Game Cnmmis
The open, seasoir on tint' above
named Iu bearers' is rpm November
ist 10 reo, 20111. t
Born to Mr.(?ndMrs. Bert Ander.
$on a fine baby boy Octobero30th. o
BtattiBr&rirn-taw Etxw Afgt
inenl With BullW-Wa' "
Arrests MatJo. .
Myrtfe I'oint. Nov. 3. l.ale e
jwwts from the Eckley district give
the details concerning the fight be
tween li. C. Hampton .and Gib
Haines, brothers-in-Uw, . in which
Haines received iatal injuries fioiu
which he died yesterday morning'
si 10 o'clock. Haines was passing,
the farm where Hampton 'lived and
called Hampton from' the barn and
commenced to abuse nun, Hamp
ton argued with Haines' for a time
and finally ,toid hhn lie did not care
to continue to do so and ordcrei)
Haines to get oft the place and hef
away, Hampton thereupon return
ed tn th" h tm, .am) Hampton fol
lowed him in.
Vhc talk was renewed and Hains
suddenly drew a. revolver and "shot
at Hampton,-missing him. Hamp
ton, who was armed, then drew his
weapon and shot three times, "stfik:
ing Haines in the shoulder and twice
in ttia abdomen. As he fell, fatally
wounded, Haines fired' twice again
at Hampton, but did not strike him.
Hampton .afterwards called .the
jvtiyinctan at Myrrh: Point' ami wh
he arrived it was seen there was no
hope for Haines living. 'No arrest
had been made when the last in
formation came here, , and . many
believe Hampton will lc acquitted
when brought to trial..
It is reported f Initios believed Ire
had a grievance against Hampton
over family affairs and finances, .bu't
what form they were is not knoon.
Violate Navigation Laws-,
Portland. Nov. 3. Twenty-nine
cases of violation- ol the navigation
regulations were noted at' Coos Bay,
on the Coqfille . Rivet, Uin jqua
River and the Siuslaw by H. .
Strowbridge, inspector, of customs, .
and Guy M, Watkins, special in
spector in the Treasury Depart-'
ment oho havr just returned Ifoiu
there, according to a report they ,
have filed with Collector of Customs
Burke. The fines which' may be
collected on account of the viola
tions aggi egatt ftfisoo,
The eighth grade pupils gave the
seventh grade a holloeen iiarty
rriday night at.the high school aud
itorium. "The (jvejiing was spent in
placing games and elegant refre'sh
ments were served. Mr. and Mrs.
Nichols clperoned the party.
There were 42 young people of the
two grades present.'
1 'OOP' )
,. TT. Wolvertnn .and wife of"
filenwood Springs, C0J0., have betyi
in Bandon a lew' days, guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Dippel. They are
here for5 Mrs. Wol.verton's health
and are much delighted with the
place. a They have taken rooms at
the Western I Jome an(L m ty decide
to- remain iti Bandon all winter.
J. T. Sullivan and wife went to
Myrtfle Point yesterday to attend the
funeral of a Miss Fensler, daughter
of Chas. Fensler manager' of the
Hui? s?ore in that city, .