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SEMI-WEEKLY BANDON RECORDER, FRIDAY, APRIL 17th, 1914
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United Sialos Incluslrial i orn
mission Announcos hear.; gs.
HOPES TO SOLVE PROBLi:
Looking For New Iclons Along
atriictivo Linos Labor Mon ot
Cities to Furnish Dnta Some
Subjects That Arc to Bo In
Into iitul Citioo to Be Visited.
Chief t the
Washington. -1 1 1 1 1 1 If hearings . 'i lin
portant ludustilal centers fi oil) New
Yorl; lo Sun 1' riiiii-isi'o will l hold
timing (lie spring and early sunui it by
tilt' United Stales commission en in
diistrlal iclntlous This iiiitiiiiinri incut
was made by Frank IV Walsh, .hair
man of llu I'liinnilssion Tin- tit-.- . i hum.
nct'iirdlllg to Ml' WiiInIi. will on . 'unco
III their scope nil I In- mil i 1 1 illvisl. ns il
tin inquiry dlrc led hy emigres:-
Among the titles tllilt will
ho visited nro NouvYork. I'lillaili' iiliin.
Boston. I'atorson, Scruntou, Pittsburgh.
Buffalo. Wheeling. Charlotte, lireoii
villi. Atlanta, Birmingham, Nashville.
Louisville. Now j leans. I'otrolt. In
dianapolis. Cleveland, Chicago. Ilough
Ion. Milwaukee. Madison, .St. Louis.
Kansas City. St. I'aul. Uenvor. Trliil
lnd. Dallas, Houston or Galvesloii,Log
Angeles. San Francisco, Seattle, Butte
Through examination of witnesses
coiiiiotout lo speak for employers,
trade unions, other labor organiza
tions, unorganized employees anil the
general public, the commission hopes
to obtain information concerning the
Industrial situation that will lead t
Some of the subjects to he inquired
Into in each city are irregularity of
employment, possibilities of ending Ir
regularity and Increasing production
through scientille management, the ne
tivllles of trades unions and employers'
associations and the .extent and opera
tion of governmental machinery for
regulating the coudllloiis of industry,
including the relations hetwoon em
ployers and employees
Successful methods of maintaining
harmonious relations bouelichil to both
employers and employees will be in
quired lulu particularly. Willi u view (o
their adoption in other centers where
no sueji methods have been tiled.
Imminent nullmiillcs in subjects to lie
Included within the scope or the in
quiry have Joined the staff of the com
mission and are now aiding In plan
nllig the hearings
Witnesses desired by the commission
will be summoned under the authority
granted it hy congress and volunteer
testimony will bo welcomed. Auiiuiine
lug the plan for hearings. Chalrimiii
The commission will carefully avoid
acting as x board ot mediation ami con
ciliation and will not allow llselr lo bo
drawn Into iim-mI controversies or rec
ognize such controversies unless in do
ing mi It can obtain iuforiniitloii that
has more than local and temporary
"livery Inloiest will ho given ii hear
Inc. Tin' commission will (drive lo put
iitddn till bias mid prejudice. It will
urge iither In do Iho same In the liopit
lluil iho IihIiinIiIiiI problem may ho
MiiiUml In the light of reiiKoii 'j'liu
open mini) will be our wiitrhwonl, unit
wo Khali 'iiidiniHir In pionde u forum
vvberv men M'ui'M'iiiliiif all fdniimuiiin
liii'ol In Die tiiiiiiHiu iMirpuwioi IIihIIiik
u wh Mill limn billi'imw. hihI irfii,
'V IIWWIHjMMl lll M fllMll lll'l") (lot
eginivnuitu uimJ (ihJi uf Mil (MiiiMnnnul.
WM-K' HO 1 1 HMH S"H"
to Iho Rfimc human fnmliy.
"Tho hearliiKs nro to be undertaken
an one meant of currying out the In
Htructloim of congress, io Inquire Into
the Industrial situation and to report
our conclusions and recommcndatlonH.
"The commission wishes In particu
lar to Invite the help of every person
who tins n constructive siiKpestlon.
Such HMKpestlonfl will ho especinlly
welcome when they are supplemented
by testimony ns to the successful car
rying out of the Idenh they embody."
RABBIT SKINS BY MAIL
Sent by Parcel Post From Washington
State to Paris. '
Tacoma, Wash. - Kroiu Chewelnh, In
Stevens county; this state. SO.000 nib
hit Skins have Just been sent by parcel
post to l'arls for manufacture Into fur
The shipments were made by men
who rounded up many rabbits and paid
ranchers, for thousands more. Hunch-1
ors hope that n market will he found
for millions of Jack rabbits, now re
garded as post's throughout eastern
Washington and Oregon,
ICach package of pelts for Paris re
quired a blank customs invoice on n
linen tu; specially provided by the
Siimiuiullnj: counties and adjacent
states are iIoIiikIiic Chowolali whli let
ters or inquiry reunrdlnt; the rabbit
market. The department of agricul
ture Is sookliiK Information to assist In
extending tlie market.
TWENTY DOGS TO EACH BABY.
Legislator Shocked by Conditions In
Boston's Pack Bay.
ItoKton. 'I'll ii t I In- Hack Hay nas
twenty dons to every Infant, n full
score of kennels to each perambulator,
was the assertion made by Itepresont
atlvc .loliu I., Dniio.'iin. iho "Mayor of
Chinatown." In opposing the bill an
tliorlzinu cities ami towns to provide
for, the care and disposal of hoiuuleHx
ilos ami i'iiIm
oui in the Hack Itay," he snld.
"I here are more cats and ibms ihau
I here iin i liildroii mid I am no sur
prlw'il II Hie llinl, liny Kuw become
iihuiiiiil laei .11- uiifniiiiiiiiieH I vuy
Id Ihe Itack li) lake cm re of Im riil
mid ilnp I Impc Iho hill will bo
BLOOp rWM 4,0,000 YEARS,
TlJrnnL lhtwr I,WmjjJ Ij Ai'
t M I I HI 1 1 1 I I 1 ; II I I 1 1 JjTl 1
NORTH BEND TO
3 hours 51 minutes
- 6 hours 25 minutes
The winner came through unscathed
previouc records for hard
Has established itself as the
BEST CAR for the
mountainous roads of Coos
and Curry counties. The
greatest amount of
and service for u
the money. . . .
Invr tlie body of a mammoth which
lived -MMXMl yoilrs iiko'iiiiiI was ret-out''
ly found fni.eii In a Sllieiiau Ice block
The anllnal was so lare I hat It bad
to be quartorod hol'oiv heln bWniK'lil
to the I 'Mils uiuseu'ifi.
' TIVo exports discovered In a vein a
few drops of brownish substance which
proved bn 'analysis to ho' blood which
had remained liquid throuUli -100 ecu
The carcass was in excellent condi
tion, the hide beltiK lutacf and tho
llesb showing no signs of tlecotuposl
WOMAN TAKES JOB
Oldr, Hade in Spirit of tu
ny, AcceplBd by Wrltir.
Chesanlnc, Mich. Hlnnche D. In
gnlls, editor and part owner of tho
Chpsiuilnjj Monitor, u weekly news
paper, has been appointed marshal to
fill tho vacancy caused by tho dismiss
nl of the man olllcer some weeks nco.
She has formally accepted the np
polntment and snys she will begin the.
work of Improving the morals of the
town nt once.
The old marshal was dismissed be
cause Iho village olliclals hud no
money to pay for his services, ami ho1
wuh no sooner oil' the Job than things
that upset tlie iH-are and dignity of
this staid little town began to happen.
Miss Ingalls also begun to write and
In her paper said uncomplimentary
things about the way things were
being run. The whole pluce was "go
ing to the bad because there wns no
one to maintain order," she often
lint the olliclals remained tlrm until
now anil kepi ,lhe marshal Job open
until a special meeting of iho council
wns called and Ibo president named a
mi ft for the place, The other mem
burn declined til i-onllrin Iho npolnt
ineiit Mini Mix JlipilU' liMliui Hu mig
genled. Thu vote for hi'i' wan inmub
inoim, pitrtJy, tlio ny, "Im-cmiiho (hoy
IhoiiKl'l I uuhiiul o run Hie lown,"
At Ibo wulki'l MhuIimI InirMlIti fuivn
h knotty proliU'iii, u lluru N u Jull
"HI IJ UtlWti M lllJIIIMIi,"
"Ami," U miy, "I iu twvr ttolng
to jocli h)aH)y Dp (II tlH plmui I bey
lull Jul). J ilu I Umw wimt I'M H
Jhlf (u tin, jtnl I'M polity u do hxhu
Jldjyt, V'Wtijin will v!lM J" Uyt
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Yl 1 1 iVl 1 1 1 1 ltf i
after smashing all
.1 T1,H., i.ll H
pretfy quick and I nm going to
right In the center of the popper."
Thirty Thousand Rida on
the First Day.
London. London bns been given an
other nevy toy to play with. Escalators
at Charing Cross Embankment station
connecting tho district and the Water
loo railways wore opened, mid It Is
estimated In (be first three hours 10,
000 persons had made trips on them.
When' the escnlntors censed revolv
ing In the early hours the total cargo
for the dy probably reached 30,000
Proposes $15,000,000 Air Fleet.
Washington! A $15,000,000 neroplnne
fleet was' proposed In a bill by Repre
sentative L'Engle of Florida.- He
painted n picture of cities being de
stroyed by bombs and compared the
foreign air fleets with that of the
United States, which, ho snld. was
composed of "twelve obsolete man kill
ing aeroplanes." '
A Dear Dog.
Fred Kelly was negotiating with a
street denier for nn Airedale pup.
"How much?'' naked Kelly. '
"Well, I'll' be along this afternoon
again, and1 1 may buy hint."
"Better take hltu now. He'll proba
bly bo $5 by then."
"Oh," said tho dealer, "probably I'll
becoino attached to him by that time."
Saturday Evening Post
"Do you," ho asked, "bellovo In early
"Well," sho replied, "I used to, but I
am willing to any that nt present I bo
llovo 'better Into thun never' may bo
applied to marriage as well us to some
other things." Exchange.
Ilocon Ho nays his ancestors wrro
all cremated. Kgbert Why, I thought
cremation wna a met hod of recent
"It l. II U plcturo Knilcry, though,
wmh burned up only a month ugo,"
MA klrMk uf yvUw u nil right kh
"in itM wIhu, for nM'ivM
HvtvikW is4 jft
OFFICIALLY HE WAS A GIRL
Cambridge Boy Gets tho Family Doo-
tor to Fix the City's Books.
Uoston.-After being registered for
sixteen years ns n girl In the city
clerk's office nt Cambridge, Frederick
Melnusou of that city forced tho clerk
to correct the olllclal birth registration
The boy wuuted to go to work and
applied for tho necessary birth certifi
cate. At city hall a clerk senrchod
through the flies nnd said, "Tlie only
Melanson wo hnvo In that year Is a girl
born to J. A. nnd Ilerth.i Melanson."
"That's me." snld Fred.
"I can't tako your word for It," said
Frederick hustled to the office of tho
family physician, Dr. Lancaster, ntul
brought him to the clerk's oulce.
"I remember perfectly the day ho
wns born," said the doctor and took
the required oath to tills. Tho clerk's
book now rends. "Frederick Melanson,
boy, born April 30, 1808."
GIRL WANDERS IN SLEEP.
Kalamazoo Miss Awakens In the
Streets of Battlo Creek.
Bnttlo Creek, Mich. Walking in tho
streets of llattlo Creek and nuking a
policeman where sho wns, Miss Myrtle
Green of Knlnmazoo, fourteen years
old, wns taken homo by Cnptnln Put
nam nnd County Agent Tlinyer of her
homo city, ending n senrch that had
been Instituted by her parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles Green.
The theory Is thnt tho girl, In a som
nambulistic state, boarded an lnterur
bnn enr nt night nnd came ns far ns
her money took Jicr, to tfrbnndnlo,
then walked to this city. Tho girl
comes of u good family, nnd when last
seen In Knlnmazoo wns on her wny
to church. She seemed dazed when
found .here, but recovered her Reuses
SMOKERS' MINDS LOSE
10 PER GENT OF POWER
Tests Show Cigarettes Worst
of Nicotine Foes.
New York. Tobacco smoking cnuses
n decrenso of 10.5 pur cent In mental
efficiency, according to n series of ex
periments by Dr. A. D. Hush.
There wns n series of -120 tests on
each of fifteen men In several different
psychic fields. Tho subjects volunteer
ing for tho experiments nil were med
ical students ranging in ngo from twenty-one
to thirty-two years, of vnrylng
previous oxperlcnco, from tho fnrm
inborer to tho lifelong student, of di
vergent mental cupnclty, from the fail
ure to tho honor student nnd of differ
ing habits ns to tobacco nddlctlon. Tho
subjects were nttendnnU nt tho Uni
versity of Vermont, where Professor
Bush is nn instructor In physiology.
Among his findings nre:
Tho greatest nctunl loss wns In the
Held of Imagery, 22 per cent.
Tho three greatest losses were In tilt
fields of Imagery, perception nnd nsso
elation. The greatest loss In theso experi
ments occurrwl with clgnrottes.
Nlcotlno was found In tho distillates
of nil tobneco tested.
Nlcotlno wns not found in tho smoko
of nny tobacco except that of cigar
ettes, and then only In traces.
PyrldhiQ wns found In the smoko of
nil tobaccos tested.
Pyridine Is ono of (ho decomposition
products of nicotine, tho latter lielng
nltnost twenty-two times ns poisonous
ns pyridine, so far as its action on tho
human body Is concerned.
This wns tho first extensive investi
gation of the mental effect of smoking.
The1 recent tests at Columhln univer
sity nnd elsewhero were chiefly for tho
physical effects on students In athletic
HARVARD LEADS IN CONGRESS.
Has Forty Representatives There,
Whllo Yale Has Only Ten.
Cambridge, Mass Harvard univer
sity takes nil the honors In representa
tion In the Sixty-third congress, with
Ynlo running n poor second and Prince
ton In third place. There are seven
teen graduates of Harvard In tho
house of representatives, mnny of
whom nre from Massachusetts, nnd
there nre twenty-threo Harvard alumni
In the senate.
The total Harvard representation Is
forty. Yale, which Is runner up In too
collegiate political competition, has ii
total of ton. with five alumni In the
house nnd five In the senate. Prince
ton, with u graduate In the chief mag
Istrute's chnlr, bus two graduates In
Iho house and two In the senate.
MAY WAR ON CATS.
Extermination Is Asked by a Game
Tiicoiua. WuhIi.-TIi" iIoiiiohIIc rut in
doomed If Iho rei'oiumendalloiis adopt
ml by h P'oreu nrtiriiy brunch of ibo
WanhlnKloii Hlale (lame ;ooeJvii
iiml PropiiKiillou nsKochiilon, nt lu tin
liuitl moollng l Ibo Taroiini hotel, N
adopt) Uy (lie 'wmi fount gumu
Wiir on inbby wmk decline.) Mfii't
h ihi luno d old u bo mi t'twwy ff
yum ,ije u tlimt my nr uf wild lfv.
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