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Semi-Weekly Bandon Recorder, Qmw 2& iia
of. the News
Rl'gll 0ff tlie Reel j
Itntlior than sfiw cortlwoocl n Spring
field (Mnss.) boy Imnged himself.
A million nnd n linlf of oranges
were sold in Pittsburgh for n cent
Jniiios Simmons. 70.1v poumlH, and
Blanche Stevens, 12S pounds, wore
mnrrled in I'lilladelpliln. They will
live in n specially conslrnrted houso.
Dr. Grnlmin Lust;. spenkliiR liormv
tho Ken' York Academy of Medlcinw
on "Tho FiiiHliuiicntJil Unslg of Nutri
tion," said fond Hiimild not coat more
tliau 20 cents n day for an ndnlt
AVI t J i $9,000 in the bank from one
year's crop of onions on twenty acres,
M. I.usor nnd V I. I-iitter. farmer,
near Omen, Minn., declare their farm
has been better than u gold mine.
TO OPEN TOWER OF LONDON
DUNGEONS TO THE PUBLIC
Visitors Soon to Bo Allowed Where
Kings Were Murdered.
With nearly n thousand years of
graven history around tln-in. tho au
thorities at the Tower of London arc
not disposed to make important
changes quickly. The 1'nll Mall Ga
zette states, however, thih within the
nest few months tho dungeons of the
White Tower and tho IJIoody Tower,
two intensely interesting historical
parts of the tower, will lie thrown
open to the public for the first time.
The dungeons He deep benentli tho
White Tower, eerie, gloomy, mys
terious. In the wall dlvldlnrr two of
them is a narrow, black cngellke re
cess, in which iny P'awkes wan inir
mured between the periods of torture
on the rack. All around are Instru
ments of torture rack and thumb
screw, temple bands and soaring
irons now hanging rusty and forgot
ten, the grim relics of bygone ngos.
Only n few yards nwny a small,
tomblike recess marks the place where,
according to the well established tradi
tion, Sir Walter Italelsth pnt ten
years of his life. and. as If by the
Irony of fate, almost overlooking tho
spot stands nn equestrian model of
Queen Elizabeth, displaying the gor
geous state robes in which she wont to
St Paul's to celebrate tho triumph of
her fleet over tho Armada, t
The IJIoody Tower Is situated nearly
opposite Traitors' Onto, and entrance
to the Inner ward is gained by passing
underneath. This tower dntos from
tlie reigns of Kdward Til. and Klclmnl
II. and was called by Its present name
ns early as 1507, belug popularly ho
llered to l)o tho scene of tho murder
of lCdwnrd V. and his brother, the
Duko of York, as well as Henry VI.
Tho grooves for working the mas
sive portcullis, which wan mixed by
chains and n windlass, .arc still to be
seen, and tho chalus and wlndlnsii aro
preserved in an uppor tloor.
TELLS OF ARTIFICIAL LIFE.
Loob Explains Procoss of Devel
Methods by which he has artificially
originated anlpial life In the sclentlllc
laboratory were described by Dr.
Jacques Loob of the Jfoekel'eller In
stitute I 'or Medienl Research in nn ad
dress on "Itocout KxperimenU In Ar
tificial rarthenogonesls" before tho
Sigma XI society of tho Univmnityof
Dr. Loob, who has developed normal
living creatures through the action of
chemical and physical agencies, dis
cussed the experiments made since the
llrst nunounccmont of his success In
developing the eggs of sea urchins by
artificial menus. Ho emphasized bis
recent assertion that nmtlieiK'srenetlc
animals would exist in large numlxnn
were it not that tho raising of the lar
vao is a long nnd tedious process.
Dr. Loob declared that the state
ments reflecting u the success of the
scientific production of nntaiuls from
fertilised eggs weru partly Uie result
of ignorance of the literature on the
SAYS, HUSBAND IS TOO KIND.
(Denver Woman Makes That Charge In
Stoking a DIvVco.
While the records of Denver court1
nre tilled wjth charges of cruelty as
grounds for dlvorca, it romnlnod for
Mrs. Lorettn Van I'olt to chnnge the
order of things by demanding a Itwil
separation on the grounds of klnjiiios.
Clifford Van Pelt sets Mrli In his
answer that his wife Is cruel. In hor
bill she says that. he Is too good for
her and that silo longs to "loud tho
sort of a life that I hnve been nceus
KAISER FOP. MUSTACHES.
Displeased With Army Offloars Who
"A real man wears a mustitolfu" is
tlie latiMt iironouncuuient attributed '
to the Herman kaiser, o 4
The Merlin society weekly Hot.ind
VOIl llerlln states that t!i eiuperor
thus llKllenf.il his dl 1 'i . - 'it if flu-
growtiii. pni' tl'-e anioiic army ofneers
ot "AiuerkMiilslns" th.-lr faces by
Bhavlng off their mustaches.
tviti unyi,L until
Estimslsd Cost of Govsrnment
Houssiioid m Year,
HOW MONEY IS TO BE SPENT
Finuirs Submitted to Congress Exceed
tho Last Appropriations by $22,864,
0G7, but Their Total Is $39,255,060 Do
low the Estimates of Past Fiscal
t" I'. 8." 1916 DILLS TO REACH
v TOTAL OF $1,108,681,771.
Tin- estl-Yintwi nri as follows:
l.Unidlniivu ubtfib.isiimBMt, $7,533,331.
JO rut'V" r-iMIil in'-nt. JIIVW.CCS
.luillc.il fMtulillHliment, $1, 242,110.
i; , .i. uinMit ii f ni'lmiltim-, t.:',K,-
foreign intercourse. $1,417,012.
Ulllt try establishment, $ia-..93",5i
Nnvul establishment. J1SD.SC1.1C3.
Imllnii affairs, tlO.HH.S06.
. Pensions. Hi.O.lDfl.ttO.
Public works, 97,17.C!2,
Permanent annual appropriations,
PosloIIlce doparlmont. Including
tiercel post, $300.!fiJ,117.
Co'iktoss will have to appropriate
Just 1, 108,081,771 to operate the gov
ei un eit of the Pnlted States during
the lisci'l year 1015, according to the
estimate p.opuied by each depart
ment 1 ud sent to the house by Secre
tary MrAd 'i of t!ie treasury
Th' estimates nre $22,801,0(17 In ex
cess 01 the appioiirtutloiis for the last
llsiiii jciir. but their total falls $.10.
25."j,()0ti below the estimates for that
Vov tlie preservation afid completion
of vessels already In commission or
authorized, the navy department
wains $8.2.-0.000: for the hulls and ma
chinery of the two battleships and
eight torpedo bont destroyers, which
Swrolary Daniels wishes to build in
the llscnl year 11)11-15, $7,S()0.000. and
for .unior and armament of vessels
authorized $H.fM,r00' The sum of
(Ml.flim Is wanted for naval defense
mine-i and appliances. To extend tho
nnvol gnu factory In Washington $400,
000 It asked
Many Increases are sought for tho
army. Of these a lame number are
explained in the estimates by tho state
nfunt that the army itself is larger
than It has been heretofore. One of
the principal military items Is $300.
000 for military aeronautics.
Tim estimates for the organized mili
tia nre larger by many millions than
In previous yeais.
For armament In fortiflcntlons the
estimate is $50d.S00. an increase of
more than ;!.tKJO.UUU over last year.
Although the Panama canal probably
wlll be in operation long before the
close of tho llscnl year of 1015, the war
department estimates that $2tj,.TJ0,U85
must be appropriated for the canal
that year, which is about if.",O00,OO0
more than the current appropriation.
Pay For Special Attorneys.
Ono of the most interesting items in
the long list of estimates is that of
?-I75.5i:0 for salaries and expenses of
special attorneys, examiners and
nrents of the bureau of corporations,
nn inc. -ease of $auo,000 over last year.
Ju a inte accompanying tlie request
for this additional sum congress Is
"This inouusi) Is duo entirely to the
plan projei t.il for additional work to
be done by the bureau of corpora
tions.'' Tho department of commerce asks
for $100,000 to bo used In investigat
ing the cost of production of articles
dutiable in tho United States In lead
ing countries vimro they ate produced.
Tho centiiiH bureau wants JKlii.'.OOO
for collecting statistics, of which $."0tl.
oO is for a census of manufacturers,
for uu investigation of problems In
connection with public utilities to de
termine the quality and cost of service
required In tho regulation of utilities
tho bureau asks $100,000.
Secretary McAdoo estimates that he
will need $1,500,000 to collect tho in
Pop.irtmsnt of Agriculture-
The department ot agriculture nskh
for ftOO.ooo to use in eradicating tlie
rattle tick, on increase of $75,000. and
declares several southern states aro
manifesting un Interest in cattle rais
ing owing to the uncertainty of tho
cotton crop and high price of cattle.
This depart men t Hues itself up with
tho department of Justice and congress
in the effort to delve Into the opera
tions of the cold storage dealers. It
asks t."ii.(X0 to Investigate the prep
aration for market, tho storing, freer.
lug nnd other operations Incidental to
Hie transports Ion of poultry nnd eggs:
$15,000 to look into similar operations
In ash; $i".(K)0 for an oyster investiga
tion and $20,000 for n biological In
Vjx iigntion of food and drug products,
with $0."v-i..10t for the oiiforcomont of
tno pure food ami dungs not
The stnte depurtment ovldenres Its
determli ation to house American rep-res.-ntnt
w. .tl u...d In buildings fur
tiMm' b the goreruinent In nsklng
?i."ici.oto for flu- purchase of a site and
the oiisinii ti"n of an embassy build
lu.: in M.-ie, City. $1-10.000 for tho
1 ii-i - ' 1 slie nnd construction of
t. tuiiiding for file legation at Memo,
Switzerland, and $150,000 for tho con
struction of au embassy in jfiafcyo.
Notice of Street Work.
Nt r.e it lineliy v en: That liie Commun
Council 0' t!i Ciw o' Bandon, Coot Couo'.,',
Ore n decirt it cxptdient and nccciiaiy to
in:(iiove C'aud Avcnitf (Foimcily Coquille
A vi wr) (torn .he 101A line o( Tojith Slreet
(rotmei'v Fif( Siicct) to ih? Nc ih line ol
Lie .1 1 S. c- (Fotmrrly 6th Slirel) all in llif
Woclr., Mill Addil'in to the Gly cl Djndon,
0. jir, uid itnpruvcm-nl is Id he done at ill'
cott - ivj exper-e ot 'ie ownm oi the lot, partt
ot ii 't an-1 tracts ol land cmLricrd in ihc fol
low 'ns Inii-ovtm 'it curict to lc known at
Locl Impmvemcnt Dnlnct No. ' which di.
incl iicludn all of ih"; ptopeily on cither tide
of d Grand Avenue and ahull rn thereon le-twe-n
ihe fouth line ol fourth, Street (Formerly
Fi-t Street) and the north lir ! cf, Eleenth
Street (Formerly 6lh Street) from the marginal
line of aid Grand Avenue br.ck lo the center
of the lil' .lei nliulting thereon.
Said improvement it to consul n'bstanlially
of grading and lilling the roadway tide d'tchet
and -de banlt. ll.c conMructing 1 ' wooden tidt-
wa'l(i 6 feet w'dc and the aortlruclion of wood
en croi.watltt 6 fret wide, aM of taid nprove.
rrrn'. nre to be bui't upon the e-tabliihed grade
of Grand Avenue and in particulars in accord
ance with the plant and specification! for vd
Graii'l Avenue at prepred by the City Eo-cjn-er
adopted by the Common Counci', which
are now on file in the office r'he City Hecorc
rr cf the City of Bandon, Oregon, and at trd
place nre open to the inspection and exam.nrlion
of nil persons interested therein. The tc'al
cost of naid improvement is ettimared to be 1 3,
62V.24. Any objections to taid improvement
(If . iv exi!s) must he fil-d in writing wi'h the
Ci. Reconlcr of tr'd Cily by the owneit of
Iwo-'hiir1' in the area of the prope.:y with:t 'he
ubove imp'ovrmcnt district t above deciibed
on or before Jam iry 5th. 1914.
'I liis is given in accordance with a resolution
c' I lie Common Council passed on the 29th day
of October 1913 and provid-s for the improve
mer.t of Grand Avrni e between points above
E. B. KAUSRUD,
Firrt Feb Dec. 16 1913.
Las Publ. D . 23, 1913.
Notice to Contractors.
Kotw ii ! -reby given: That sealed bids will
I received by the Common Council of the City
1 ' Bandci, C001 County, Oregon, until half
past tevrn o'clock p. m. W-dneiday the 7th
day ol January 1914 for the cont'ruction of
a:wcr nSpg 'Se cen. I'ne of Wall Str A from
a point where 'lie east I ne of Lot 2, Block 2,
Commcrci-I Addilion to Bandon interred! with
the cen.T line of Wall Streer to the center of
Alabama Avi.ic thence along the center line
of Second Siicct East to the center line of Chics
go Avenue, thence noilherly along the center
line of Chicago Avenue to low water, accord-
rj lo e plans, profi' rd sp? ificalioni on
file in the office of the Cily Recorder asd. there
open In ihc insp.clion of all persons inter-it-rd
BiJs will be received for the work as follows:
I . F.yrnvnttn nnd Imelc fillino cub'.c vard.
"2. Vitrified t:wer pipe 8 inch laid per lineal
3. Viinf. I . .. cr piji- 20 inch laid p;r
4. Y, branches 8 'nch x 6 inch,
5. Y, branches 20 inch x 6 inch.
7. f i. htank.
0. Concre.j per cut icyard.
AH b:ds me be in accordance with there
quit ne- cc mpanyin; the specifier lions for
sa:-! wor. - id upon blarkt for that purpose
which will be suppIi-.J-upcn requett c! tlie office
c! ihc Cily Recorder.
A certified cl "Jit five per cent u. the
amount ol tlie Ii I muU accompany ihe bid to
I j lo rite 1 lo 'he City cf Bandon in case the
conlrae'or :jils lo el cr into a contract with
tii - fid c ,v i 1 v liuMi.;ys from the date con
act ': awf.d.d. The Common Council re
set vc the r;;lit lo reject any and all bids.
Dat I at Bandon, Oregon this 16th day cf
E. B. KAUSRUD.
I-..st Publ. Dec. 16, 1913
2nd Publ. Dec. 23. 1913
3rd Publ. Dec. 30, 1913
4 Publ. Jan. 6th. 1914
Farmers' Week, December
8th to 13th.
'1 nis will be a notable event in the edu
cational history of Oregon.
Fanners' Co-operation will be the leading
topic of a btiumhting series of lectures.
The week pill be crowded with discussion,
ami demonstrations in everything that makes
for the welfare of the farmer and home
Winter Short Course
Jan. 5 to 30, 1913
'1 lie college has spared no 'ctfott to
make this the most complete short course
in its history. A very wide range of
cdiirscs 'will be offered in Gc11cr.1l Agricul
ture, llo-tictilturc, Animal Husbandry,
Dairying," Poultry .dstceping, ' Mechanics
Arts, Domestic Science and Art, Com
merce, Forestry, and Music. Numerous
lectures and discussions on Farmers' Co
operation, at home and abroad, will be a
leading feature. Make this a pleasant and
profitable winter outing. No tuition, Ac
noiuodations reasonable. Reduced rates on
all miln.a.lj. For furrher information ad
dit II. M. TKNNANT, Registra r.Cor
Farmers' Business Courses by correspon
encc Hi hout tuition.
BANDON LODGE. 'No; 130 A. F. 8c A
M. 'Stated communicationi Jim Stlilrtikl
after the full moon lof each months Special
communicatioat second Saturday tbeteaitW.
. . 1; 11. 1 r.
Mil (viasier niatont corauur inviicu. , 1
W. E. Craine. W. M
Phil Pearton, Secretary .'
tTaCCIDDNTAL CHAPTER. No. 4i. O.
77 E. ,S.. meets Sawdy evening before and
alter stated coramsimcakon, ot Maaotuc . Ledgi
Visiting mem but cordially invited lo alicud. .
Alice C. Gallic. M
Rosa Bingatnan. Sect eta ry.
I. o, . r
DANDON LODGE, No. 133. 1. O. O. F.
- meeU every Wednesday evemia. Viutia
btothetlin good standing cordially iayittd. ' "
H. A. Hauseld, n7g.
D. C. Kay. Sec.
Uulf-bta at ftblaa
TELPHI LODGE. No. M. Ksiighu ol
"- Pythiat. Meett every Moooay cvettaw
at rnignit nail. vitniBg aouinu ibtiwi iq
attend. G. R. McNair, C. C.
B. N. Harrington K. ol R. S.
Loyal Ordnr of Moot
Meets Thursday evening iu I. Q, O. F.
Hall. 'Transieut Moose cordally Ji)Wtei5.
Soiaetbln diiing every Thursday. ' J
CEAN REBEKAH LODGE. No. 126
I. O. OFliZaiaai! 4tTtit-ilt- U
I' 6. O". F. HlH. ttaoaaoat L&i'f'm&lir
invued. unt oimt, n w.
Jotepbine Stoif, Seafeiaiy.
w. a w.
lOMETHING DOING Evaty Mtnt
'u Every TuttiJay NijktV'
SEASIDE CAMP NO. 1L
WOODMEN OF 'THE ;WQRLD.
MeettatK. oi'P." HaII. Vtetitsj Nabori
tf I a, . . .. . !
. v. r M. Caaa.CC.
H. E. Boak. Clerk. ;.n
THOMAS F. HAGGERTY
r IVkNalr's Hardware torc
Phone 412 j -
C. Rt VlADEj
bandon, a soon
DR. H. L. HOUSTON
' . ' t a . .. I ) f t 1
Physician & Surgeon
Office ovet Drug Sure. Hours, 9 to 12 a. sa;
l:JU to 4 p. to; 7 to 0 ta tte.evtjuag. i
HANI) ON, OKECON
1R. SMITH J. MANN
! Physician & Surgeon
Olfice in Panter Building. Houtt, 9 lo 1 2 a. a;
I so 5 p. m.
DR. L. P. SORENSON
Office over Vienna Cafe. Telephoai at oCca
I and, rettdeace.
G. t: treadgold
Athrney and Counsebr
Office with Bandon Investment Coiapany
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeo
Office in Rainutsea BuMa-.
. Phosc 72. . .
t i '. .
DR. ARTHUR GALE'
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Orange Pharmacy. Ossca pkoB.
352. Rcttdeace pnoae, 337. f, .
d'r. S. C. ENDICOTT r
Ofke Phone 71; Rat, Pkoaa Ja
DR. H. B. MOORE
' Chiropractor ' 5
v OSce.Houis: 9i6 to 12 aad" 2 la. 5.
Office is Tubbohs Block. BANDON. OMfi
The volume of business
we are doing attests
the excellence of G. W.
M. brands and methods
QROr M.0QRE LUMBER CO.
S. S. ELIZABETH
Largo Two torili Outaido Suto Rooma witk Running Watar
Eight Day Sarvic Btwn the Coquille River and
First Glass Passenger Fare, $7.50
RtrvaJtttwtu Farsntut'e Pljanavacy. Collie; Perkina. Myrtle Poiut
L 4 E. fc'E. T. Iwxa2e awkeri aa4 Jiyayts. 24, Califeiaia St., Sao Francisco.
' J. 1 WaUUon. Agenti Bandon.
1 i' ii
Real Estate and Investments
i IT t I
Choic farm i, atock canchai. city property and
i VMijivftlmntt: -
i W ar ag wU f tr aoma of the best tire iniur
Wampakifa. in , Amafica.
W alao faraiak abatract of title on short notice.
W can tar you time and money. Give us
; you MS1 ?a'y nt home-
, Before pirckasiog elsewhere see us. Office in Old
Bk Bki'ildlDt. Pifone 33.
BANDON TRANSFER LINE
CATC HSU. BROS., Prop.
All Uifc of (wavy ud lifty totylag, , Phone orders Riven
promit atttatskfir aCorrFk.t VSpruce St., Fish Property
FRED L. LEEPER
If you are aiming to' build let
me fimire witb'you.' 'Plans
and e 8 1 i mates furnished.
p. o. box sas. aANDQN
Do you want pure drugs and
drug sundries,.fina perfumes,
aamaa aa wvaa wwm -w - "
cIm? 'lf to, t.lln
C. Y. loWe
Brown & Gibson
The Leidinf Coatractprs
Wc furntih plam'and spijci.;
ficatioas ttiad l?.y'bw c fo
iog' tebuird taytkif, 96
natter bow Urge or how
small, we can aave you
Boaey. Let us figure1 da
$3 on Up Freight
and ; Dippel
American Plan, $1.00
1 arid $1.50 per day.
European Plan, rooms
50c, 75c & $1 per day
E. G. VCASSIDY, Proprietor
Bandon Branch Office of
Title Guarantee and
(Hcary SenfiUckeij, Mgr. )
McNair Hardware Building
. In charge P; H; Poole.
R. M. Boiler, Prop.
ALL KINDS, OF
1 HAULING DONE
, With DISPATCH