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BANDON, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1913
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km afterwards there was a
no money Up declare that
.a "rotlen" deal, and that
was "double crossed," The
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someone raised a "hollei"
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BC nau iusi ma money mhh
weree caueo an ocia on.
mieraiiy conccueu uiai ni.m
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kt man. as he was stronge',,
sag nas a ueuer Knowicwc
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Kmc ana we general puiwc
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t incensed at the outcome,
Dcooie litre are JLiusev men
ncause he is a 'Home man,i
m m mev niwavs wani
Jy given a square
! he should be civer. the
w memonev without lurtiier
have heard it from many
wat the wrestling game is-
.1 . .a .
in Bandon. far manv lovers
ipwtsay they would not car
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Library works up a
AIMOnv hlUA f ltiaa
W Coot County
'""Two lectures for the pro
"uiuiy towns oy
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'"i me 11st will soon be
Uwvmily has found it more
10 Arrange a CooS county
tain it if In. 1
mil n.i.i.i. . . 1...
urcr must lose onictio
irom hiA r.-.i h..j
uiriu it irv it. i
'Mmion, was first to sun-
"rw, and in onler U ytib
!cureas much as iMkwihlc
luii I..L .1. . . . . -
rn tnc iwo ttays
tail M,,ii . .
.K, K,vcn by vault Ire.
Ml five town. hiMn.liiu.
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the home ither In Extension classes
or y correspoiuieucc, I'rolessor
Keddie, who is n remarkable dra
matio reader, has an extensive re-
perinirc from Slnkcspcnre, Ikrnaid
bhaw, Maeterlinck, Ibsen, Syne,
Gjdeworthy, Fitch, Elizabeth, Har
rett, Hrowning, Barrie,, Kipling,
Hums, Mnrsfield, Rostrand, Wildi
Hniy Arthur Jones, and others.
"Courses similar to those in pros'
pect lor the, Iiandonians are avail
able ih any part of the state. The
University makes no charge what
ever but considers tluypik n part
ol ils eflart to carrvPMHtion to the
mass of the people, who cannot of
courseNittrnd the University. Wlicre
the communities receiving these
crurses entertain the lecturers dur
ing their stay, it is uppreciatcd, but
even that Is not a requirement.
Will Vote on Tax For Main
tenance bf School For
Tonight is the night set by the
school board to vote 'a tux for the
maintenance of the school lor trfe
eeling it ol great
Tk;?iZt&4tffiRt among the mill employes
, Bandon schools are recog
nized as being among the very best
and it should be the desire ol every
voter to keep them that way,
Remember that ladies can vote as
well as gentleman, The only re
quirement is that yon have property
on which you are liable lor taxation,
Good Feature at the Grand.
"The Miner's Destiny, a two part
Pathe,dramit ol lite in the coal mines
gives you.some very realistic scenes
in and about the mining regions, a
splendid story that holds you in
terested and has lor its climax a
terrible mine disaster nnd a thrilling
rescue, A sure fine leature. Two
other good pictures complete the
bill, 4,000 leet ol exclusive licensed
films. Steam heal every night and
good music by the Grand orchestta
See the above picture at the Grand
Wedneanay night, Nov, 19, no ad
City Attorney F.J, Ferney re
turned yesterday from, Salem where
he had Iwen arguing the old Siath
Street disc lor the cllv. nnd the
vetfront case for hU clients,
Jin; ck have not yrt Iweit de
cided but the decision will prplubly
Iw handed down In couim: olt
en unle ol weeks.
Altyn, Geo, P. Topping and 0.
T, Trwtdmdd who weic ! l
SaWhi on the ea went to
Prtnlawd to tthwr Im4uww
before 1 Pluming hiHiir,
Tke Ox Itay CrtUM Iw clwr.
Ulrsl the (MtMIMH Rwkellc Hir ibf
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CITIZEN Of FLORENCE DEPORT
SEVEN L W.
Governor Weit Threatens Siutlaw City
With Martial Law and Will Hold
Ot,, Nov. 14 Nine
the I. W. W. were de.
ported from here at noon today by
a crowd of business men ot Florence
and other residents of the com
munity. The nctlnn followed a mass
meeting held last evening The de
puliation took place without any
signs ol violence and the ousted I.
W. W.'s made no special resistance.
They were escorted by a number
ol the cltfeeiH to the North Spit nnd
stalled up the caist noithwaid to.
waids Ynquina. Before detuning,
they were told that Florence and
community had no room for the I,
V, w. mid their pernicious teach
ings, nnd not to come back until
they disowned that orgamx ilion.
The action resulted from threats
by the I. W. VV. that they would
tie up the mills, camps and railroad
construction work in this vicinity
unless their demands for a shorter
day, holler pay, belter conditions,
etc, were granted, but none ol
which were specified.
T.l;e I W. W. organizers have
and the other workmen in this
vicinity for some time nnd had or
ganized n local branch here which
was designed as "No. 8.'' They
had secured some members, and the
rlng.leaders had banded together.
The nine deported were the nctive
ones who had been sent in from
Kugcnc andajong the railroad work.
The business men and citizens
felt th.it il they were allowed to am
tlnuemuch longer that the com
munity would suffer severely.
Some men who had wllnessed the
deportations in Coos county last
summer were here today and saw
the local deportation, but did not
ROAD MEETING AT NORTH BEND
A Large Attendance and Much Diver
sity of Opinion.
The Good Roads meeting at
North Bend Friday was largely at
tended ami while there was much
cithusUsm theie was also n
dilieieiice ol opinion as to what
r.Mils should be built first.
The Uuipqua Valley road through,
the northern part of Do iglas county
and the road fiom the i;ougias
nmmtv line to Mvitle Point were the
principal items under discussion,
but nothing rcscmimng s-i iiuucr
standing- was arrived at. )
In reporting the Hireling the
Mauhfiold Record sayi! "The
.lmiuien Irom Ihe Coqulllc Valley
want Ihe bond money spml whcie
wj.. mVt, ,t, reaimi number ol
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ilicvsav. nud the inrtt
lug rndisl by MNiliig resolul on
tlut Ihe money bit enl In tnuklng
a haul gmirface load Iiohi Myrtle
I'nliii lo Omv4 lUy ml then" '
DinigUn rnuniy Ihw Ihrougli Ti
mlle. Tim whhIhk wm l.trrly
.....i.. im nl ivminle kvorliw that
Mhewu luwl a Ik hhmI wd
Tlt wbVy HAh
actively participate in it,
Business was practically suspend
ed about noon, when the citizens'
committee were conducting the de
iwtalion. Coos Bay Times.
Salem, Or., Nov 16. Governor
West will take immediate action to
put an end to deportation occur
rences in this state, ho declared tn
day when asked concerning the re
ported deportation of seven I. W.
W.'s at Florence yesterday. He
will uc the owcr of the militia to
do id fie said he Will put Florence
under mariial law at once il the de.
He made efforts today to obtain
authentic information concerning the
reported deportation, but had not
been successful at noon. He said if
it were true, he likely would go
personally to the scene and invest!
gate, the causes for the failure of
local'' authorities to enforce the law
anil prevent mob rule,
'II through a failure,. ol4 local
oftcudfl to enfoice the law rriob rule,
prevails, the city will be put under
martial law and so kept until I have
assurance that the laws will be en
forced and all citizens will receive
equal protection ol the law in that
community," he stated.
"I'm not in possession of facts,
but merely staling what will happen
if unconfirmed reports received are
"Those who engaRc in such prac
tlces know not what they do, They
are tearing at the vrry vitals of es
tablished government, and pave the
wav for retaliation on the part ol the
victims and their sympathizers on
the slightest pretext."
hope there will be anything tangible
jjrow out of the pioposed IwiuHssuc.
The territories do not be considered
and the many different views as lo
what roads should Iks built litst has
upct the Itondlng Issue so thorough
ly that it now seems impossible to
meet on liny compromise basis and
it Is probable there will be no election
unless something new should lie ad-
-.1 ...M.!.. n.ivt li-tv weeks
some proposition on which the whole
country could agree,
It was dccidetl lo make one more
trial al getting together on the
nutter and n meeting was called to
he held in Coqulllc on tne seconu
December, two days before the inert
ing nl the county court at which
.1 ..l .iiwilnn. are discussed
IIIIIC inc iw"
and acted Uon. In the meantime
the road advocalw are to learn Irom
DiMigU county hi -I"6 l'l''6
the Interior are In lvor ol and this
KlliMtkm will be K"'e nver "l ,l"5
The IUImMh lfvt San FmhcW
, 4ay mi wW jniAnWly mH hi
Mr. Bowman Entertains.
I-ast Tuesday evening, Nov. It,
Mrs. C. E, Bowman cnicitained the
members ol the Ladies Thimble
Club and a few other invited guests,
the occasion In-ing her birthday.
I regressive whist was the entertain.
ment offered. Mrs. Brown won
first prize, a beautiful handnaintcd
celery dish, Mrs. Batchelor won
the consolation prize. The house
was be mtifully decorated with cut
flowers A delicious chicken dinner
was served which was very much
enjoyed by nil.
Those present were: Mi-sd.tmf-it
Perry, Jones, Tucker, Lewin, Bmwn
unison, nanranan, ueuorc, Mu.
len. Dii)lc, Fieger. Tenbrook,
Batchelor, Mitchell and Wilkes, ami
Misses Lena Ltnglois, Dolly Bow
man, Lugcna Lc Gore.
Pipe Now on the Ground and
Work Will Start aiSoon
as Digger Arrives.
Geo P. Laird who has the con
tracts for installing the acwer into
the two districts already kid out.
las his pipe on the ground and,will
start the actual work ol putthw in
the system as soon as his big itiggtr
arrivet .This machj&e: is .leomm
oh ihe next trip ol the Speedwell
which will arrive some time this
week, and then Mr. Laird will rush
his contract to1 completion as rapidly
He has only sixty days, from the'
time the contract was signed, in
which to complete the system and It
is his intention to make good, pro
viding the weather will permit, and
he will keep going if there is any
North Bend to .Build Roa J.
Unless well laid plans fail, says
the. North Bend Harbor, Ihe North
Bend road district will be the first
district in the county to build
permanent nnd haul surfaced county
raid. Last week the County
Court awarded the contract to slash
and grub the right-of-way between
North Bend and Empire to G. A.
Peoklns at 200 per acre. He will
licgin work nt once and have it
completed by spring.
The first story ol the new First
National Bank building is progress
ing rapidly, and though the con
crete work is still covered up, yrt
there is evidence of good and sub
stanlial work. The contractors
have the most modern equipment
lor the work and if the weather is at
all favorable as it has been since the
coiKitruction work was commenced,
It will be an easy matter to have it
entirely finkhed in the time speci
fied In the contract.
Offer Big Bounties.
The state eamc commission is now
offering special bounties on a few
varmints in addition to the county
ami stale bounties. These are:
Wlkfwil, pt songar, $15; mountain
waive, fw. Tne will be iW
mdy after befog trrtified to by the
Freshman Girls, Hewever;
Take, the Junior Girls.
The boys ol the junior class won
the basket ball championship ol
the High School Friday night by
tlelcat ng the rest of the High School
by the score of 19 to 6. The game
was in the juniors' bands from start
to finish as they showed better head
work and more class to their play
With the eirls, however, the tune
was n little different us the Fresh
man girls won over the Junior gills
by the score ol 9 to 8 and thus grab
bed the girls' championship of the
Pat Racklefl relereed the gamea
and Ray Watkins was umpire.
About 150 were out to see tlie games.
i he girls' line up was: juniors:
Stella Shields, Edna Gallier, Hattie
Boak, Amy Windsor, and Helen
Stoltz. Freshmen: Ruth Barrows:
Grace Gibson, Belle Ch album,
May Kinley and .Alice Gallier,
The boys were; Juniors: SmUh.t
Cbatburn, Windsor, Geiteadorfer, j
Shumate, with Haberly substitute.
High School; Spark. ArnMtrovg,
Harvey,'. Chrktensen. Jt Stoltz, jwjtk,
Meyers and BroiMea sufistitiMss. "
'Die Pvtliian ImornvemeAt Club
will meet with Mrs. J.. Jones Friday
allcrnoon. All members urged to
be present. Business ol importance.
RF I ARfiFR
w0 mm BS IllVSall
County Court AefMrepriatee
$190,000 for Read Werk
The County Court has made an
estimate of the tax levy for next
year and although their report has
not yet been filed it appears that Ihe
taxes (or next year will be some
higher than last year,
They, have estimated' that ' it will
ttke 1190,000 for tli general rcd
f arid. for next year which is an in
crease of $30 000 over last year.
$ to, 000 have been appropriated
for mothers pensions.
A new feature and a mighty good
one was the appropriation ol $2,000
for agricultural cxjieriment work.
An appropriation of $ 10,000 for
advertising unpaid taxes etc.
An addition of about $3,000 to
the salaries for tax collection and for
additional room In the county treas
urer's office will possibly force sa
addition to the court house and in
this event the taxes might be raised
even more than is bow anticipated.
Coals lo Newcastle.
Even though crude; c4l and gas.,
Knc are being hugely substituted for
coal as a aoorse of power in Sew
ard Feainfttila, Alaska, 16.4e.15 tons
of coal we imported in 191a. In
spite ol Atadca't great coal re
sources not ever mo tons were
mined in the mk Territory in
1912. Alaska 1 is sadly in need ol s
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