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BANDON, OREGON, JULY 21, 1914.
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LOCAL LODGE BRINGS RELIEF
AND HEALTH KO YOUNG MAN
WHO WAS IN PRECARIOUS
Some lime ngo the leal lodge of
Pythian Sisters found Noel Walker,
n seventeen-year-old school boy, in
destitute circumstances and was
found to be suffering with appendi
citis. Medical aid was summoned and
it was found necessary to move the
young man to the hospital for an op
eration. The ladies of the lodge
then started out with a subscription
paper anmong the people of Bandon
and securedand secured $1,12.-I5.
However, itw as found Jhnt-this waR
not quite sufficient to pay the bill
and thorp is yet $12.50 to be raised,
and to this end the Pythian Sistcrr
have derided to give n whist party
Wednesday evening July 29th to
try and raise the balance due. This
is n worthy cause apd should be pat
ronized by everybody.
The names of those who have sub
scribed to the fund follows, 'together
with the amount each one subscribed.
J. W. Mast $l-r
L. Krononberg 2.50
II. Pearco .....
G. Cassidy '.?.... 1.00
K. Flom i'""
R. McNnir ... ,)U
Gustafson . .. 1-50 j
ir.J uoyle . .". . . . r. .-. .-rrrrrrrnioo
J. T. Sullivan
R. II. Rosa 2-00
Antlers Club ; LOO
RasnuiBsenBros & Tuttlo 2.50
F. F. Tuttlo 1 00
J. C. Page !-00
Blundcll Bros LOO
Joe Con"h 1-00
Mr. McAdams 2-W
P. Hamahan " w
B. T. Elgin L00
O. A. Trowbridgo 2.00
M. B. Pressy L00
Robert Johnson .............. L00
J. E. Wnlstrom L00
J. Johnson L(
P. Sweet : : ."
R. Wade ' L00
E. Craine Lou
T. N. Niolson L.r0
E. O. Clinton L00
J. H. Jones L00
Gross Bros 2.00
F. Holman L00
Sydney L. Williams L00
Bandon Warehouse L00
F. II. F 50
A. S. Elliott L00
Smith Hanson GO
Arthur Touch k. . . . 1.50
Hotel Gallior L00
D. M. Averill L00
N. J. Craiu L00
II. Manciet GO
F. J. Lowry 25
Clay Garroutto CO
Miss Mott . . . . i. 50
A. G. Hoyt 00
Stella Murphy .CO
Chas. Bowman LOO
C. E. Kopf GO
Geo. Topping 1 .01)
Mr. Spencer L00
K. E. OaltuH. LOO
John Nlolnon 100
Dr. Endicott LOll
II. Kausrud , L)
L. Greonough L00
A. Glen L00
Huiomwn y L;0l)
E. llntik I J)"
C. JollllMIU 1JW
F J. Fi'iinoy
Mm. I'. !"
A (i Tliilft '.
hU F. . Perry Lou
Minimi At WuU'ilWuU . 1 4
I'lllllllll lklU' WW
Mrs. Rasmusscn ; L00
Mrs. II. C. Dippol 1.00
.Mrs. J. L. Conger . ... . LOO
Mrs. Rac ,.. ....... 1.00
Mrs. Jones and Tucker. 1.00
Mrs. Morrison .50
Mrs. Nygren 50
A Friend L00
Medicine received from the
Orange Pharmacy $2.45
Mrs. Chris Rnsmusson,
Mrs. J. L. Conger,
Mrs. II. C. Djppel,
TEN MILLION DOLLAR
x FOR AGRICULTURAL WORK
Washington, D. C. From the
United States "government for the
'icxt fiscal year ench state will rc
jeive -.$10,000,000 for agricultural
, Such a schedule has been worked
out by tho United States Department
This .fund is made available by the
Smith-Lever bill prov'dfii. for co-op
irntive agricultural extension work
between the states and the Depart
ment of Agriculture.
"The act makes available for the
,ioxt nine fiscal years," says the de
larlmcnt, "an aggi agate sum of
$20,120,000 of federal funds to be
expended in instruction and practic
leiuonstrations in agricultural and
homo economis. To obtain tins total
the states must appropriate for iiko
purposes a total of $18,800,000, mak
ing a grand total of $41,920,000 to be
expended during the next nino fiscal
years on direct agricultural work.
Thereafter the federal government is
to appropriate ?4,580,000 annually,
and the states to take their full
quota, must appropriate $4,100,000
annually, jnaking a total annual ex
penditure of $8,080,000.
Ndxf year each state will receive
a .substantial increase in the. sum
averaging from $21,030 in Pennsyl
vania the increases being based on
the rural population of each stato.
NO RELIEF FROM HIGH
COST OF BEEF IN SIGHT
Washington, D. C. "No relief is
in sight from the high cost of beer'
says Dr. A. D. Melvin, chief of the
bureau of animal industry. "The
present high prices undoubtedly arc
the result of scarcity of meatj and
there is no prospect of increasing the
supply. Forty-four million pounds
of beef wore imported from Argen
tina last month but no effect on
prices has resulted."
LAUNCH "QUEEN" WILL BE
TAKEN OUT OVERLAND
A contract was let yesterday to
Chas. Hubbard to take tho launch
"Queen," which was . beached last
week, uot overland, and work will be
commenced on the project at once.
Several unsuccessful attempts have
been made to float her, and it has
been decided that tho best way to
jet her into the water again is by tjiu
SUPT. H. L. HOPKINS AT
EUG EN E CON FERCENCE
University of Oregon, Eugene.
Among .the participants in the siip
ccsful Educational Conference held
ifi connection with the summer school
of tho University of Oregon have
boon Superintendent C. A. Howard
of .Coquille, Superintendent II. L.
Hopkins of Bundon and Superiutend-
snt A. T. Parks of Myrtle Point.
Superintendent Park, who has ro
aiitnod his position at Myrtle Point,
mid jvho will upond the next year in
Pout Graduate work at tho University
of Oregon, discuosged tho matter of
Lifihiry Equipment. He has been at
tending the ivgulnr roiirmiB during
the MUinmur sebool. ,
Superintendent Hopklnn arrived at
tli Univeniily from Seattle hut week
during Um Mitalonii of the Miuluteriul
Coiifrm', uwny of which he at
(nrfiMi. 1 1 in lelutiviw live in Eugene
turf lie in wtlemJIiitf many of the num.
)iiaimiim Huvvtml tuoK purl
in im ujmumUau I'riiluy uvunlng on
ilu mltiwl t "High Milinol SlHH
4kMtMuUnN to wWli liu m nm
4mftli,i)tlm4 wfr Um hit ulm
Atm llifk md 4 lituii.utli
SIXTEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS
WAS SUBSCRIBED TOWARD
NEW HOTEL FUND ON LAST
Saturday was a good day with the
new hotel committee and the stock
subscription was increased by $1000.
Mr. Atkins, the architect, went to
Portland the latter nart of last week
and last night telegraphed to J. C.
Ilammel that ho had sold ?X00 worth
of stock in that city. This makes
$2,100 since Saturday morning ail
hrinirs tho amount up to about
$19 001). inril.-ini nnlv about $3,000
T - r
'yet to raise, and a number of others
have siirnified their intention of tak
ing good blocks of stock, so there it.
every assurance that the proposition
will go through and oven the most
pessimistic are beginning to take
heart and believe that "it will be
FOURTEEN YEAR MAN
HUNT BROUGHT TO END
Colfax, Wash. After eluding of
ficers for 14 years, Samuel R. Clemens
a once prominent farmer in this coun
ty, gave himself up to W. I. Dailoy,
a Colfax policeman, today for mur
der. A $500 reward has hung over
his head. Clemens, now 00 years old,
said lie had been suffering mental
agony and was unable to live an hon
est life. Fourteen years ago Clem
ens shot and killed George Roland
for taking his daughter to, a dance,
contrary to his wishes."' Tho dauglW
tcr was with Roland in a buggy af
ter tho dance, when Clemens rode up
and shot him.
I.ABOR LAW MUST
BE COMPLIED WITH
Stato Deputy Labor Commsisioncr
C. II. Gram is on the bay, says the
North Bend Harbor, and is looking up
labor violations in 'this section. He
states thnt there are somo violations
but employers will be given a few
days to change their systems and if
not done at this time prosecutions
will follow. The following arc some
of the rules mado by tho" Commision
which are stato laws:
1. No girl under age of 18 years
shall bo employed in Jany manufac
turing or mercantile establishment,
millinery, dressmaking or, hair dress
ing shop, laundry, hotel or restaurant
telephone or telegraph establishment
or ofllco in the stato of Oregon, more
than eight hours and twenty minutes
during any one day, or more than fif
ty hours in any one week.
2. No girl under the age of 18
shall bo employed in any pne of the
nbovo named occupations after the
hour of G o'clock p. m.
3. A minimum wage of $1.00 per
day shall be established for girls be
tween the ages of 10 and 18 years
working in tho above mentioned oc
cupations. An d again on December 0th, 1013,
the Industrial Welfaro CommissiQn
made the following ruling:
1. No person, firm or corporation
shall employ any experienced adult
woman in any industry in the stato
of Oregon, paid by time' rate of pay-
(mcnt, at a weekly wago rate of less
than $8.25 per week, any losser
amount being hereby declared inade
quate to the necessary cost f living
for such woman workers and main
tain them in health.
2. Nor shall and such person, firm
or corporation employ women in any
industry in the State of Oregon fur
more than 51 bourn a week.
I. Nor nliall any such person, firm
or corporation pay inexperienced
adult women worker employed y
tho time rate of payment nt u ruU
of wugeu liisu than $0,00 per wii(di.
And the inuxliiiiJiit length f time suoJi
workum may be t'oiiKldniwi iuexpyiv
lunu'd u uny Induntcy mIwII nt
cihm) une your,
elm. I'Viitlur of lite Hub 4mw I'
'JUDITH OF BITHULIA" COMING
TO THE GRAND THEATRE ON
NEXT SATURDAV AND SUN
Of tho ninny feature films that have
been exhibited at tho Grand in the
past, the management takes picas-
ures in annuncing that "Judith of
Bithulia" n Biouranh film of art in
four parts, overshadwos all feature
films in .point of ningnificonce, stag
ing and . wonderful acting. If you
have seen tho "Last Dayo of Pmpcii"
it.self a sensation in the film world,
you can form an idea what the asser
tion means when it is stated that
"Judith of Bithulia" has this great
work outclassed by a big margin.
This spjendid feature has received
more notice from the big critics in
Europe and America than any other
film feature ever did. It has played
the big Broadway theatres to bigger
crowds than any other photo play
ever did; and to advanced prices, as
high as 50c admission being charged
in some of the splendid thcartcs sit
uated n Broadway. The fllowing are
a few-details of this great feature
In four parts. Most expensive
Biograph ever produced. Mro than
1000 people and about 300 horsemen.
The following were built expressly
for the production: A replica of the
ancient city of Bethulia; the mam
moth wall that protected Bethulia;
a faithful reproduction of tho ancient
army' camps, embodying all fhcir
barbaric" splendor and dances; char
iots, battering rains, scaling-ladders,
archer towers, and other special war
A few of the spectacular effedsMii
this photo play arc: Tho storming
of the walls of the city of Bethulia;
tho hand to hand conflicts; tho death
defying chariot charges at breakneck
spend; the rearing and plunging of
tho horsese infuriated by the din of
the battle; the wonderful camp of
the terrible Holofernes, equipped with
rugs broifgh from tho far East; the
dancing girls in their exhibition of
the exquisite and pecular dances of
the perod; the routing of the com
mand of the terrible .Holofernes and
the destruction of the camp by fire,
and overshadowing all is the heroism
of tho beautiful Judith.
This masterpiece will be slvown at
the Grand next Saturday and Sunday
nights at an admission of 15c and 10c
Tell your friends about it.
ATTORNEY JOHN KENDALL
SAVES TWO FROM DEATH
The Marshfield Record has the fol
lowing to say of John C. Kendall, a
well known Marshfield attorney,. and
who is also well known In Bandon:
and tho son' of Mrs. Kendall, who has
resided at the Hansen rooming house
in tlu's city for some time: s
"Passengers who were going north
on tho Union this morning and south
on tho North Star, saw a thrilling
struggle at livesaving as tho boats
were slacking uji to meet each other
and a woman und her six year old
daughtor were rescued after five
minutes good work. Mrs. Anderson
and' hor daughtor wero sitting on
tho roar of tho North Stnr and in some
manner, their samp chair upset as
the speed of tho boat slackened and
both went overboard. John C. Ken
dall, a Marshfiold attorney, was re
turning from nn outing t Lako
sijle and was on the cabin of tlic
North Star. When tho woman and
Kir) fell into the water KandoH
jumped fro mtho cabin roof and soon
had them in IiIh gniyp. Mr. Kendall
Ntrtiutflod with them' in tho water
mid kept them from winking until t'M
tout could be bnnik'lit U Lhm end
ilmy wt.ro then pulled on board y
trilling. lmi)d. Tlin aeWt irxur
tm in Ulu open Iwy niiil U tide w
iuhiiJm fmu. Thv Mb tui
komii Ula. JliaMH
W Mr. iUtafeU tlnimi imml
that is, . ve -:o -.crsor.s rt oi.s?.
i hey wero very nrofuso in prtibe of
Ur. Kendall's crtion and say hio fea'
.as oxcrao" Unary. A spectator who
slated eomc of the cireunvtarn!U'? to
The Record said the httlo rjtrl ar,
juito' a swimmer and kept of lor. i
svhilo Mr. Kendall swa mto the
Union with her mother. After fall
ng from theb oat, the little girl got
orte ley c.u.-.r.g!cd in V:r chair t"
jould r.ot release hersG".f, but still sik
msnr.ged,'to Itacp Eflort. B. W. IIol
comb, who vai. on tor.rd, succeeded
in getting out the life preservers
snd after sovoral trlab, got one with
in reach of Mr. Kendall."
LUCILE LOVK, THi'J OF
MYSTERY, AT THE GRAND
"Lucile Love, the Girl of Mys
iery," No. 6. When Lucilo Love re
:ovefs consciousness in tho pit which
'lao'becn duj by 'the nativen. scaa bar
iejid horse beside her and i-ealiao-that
.the papers hevo been stolon from
lcr, the despoi'ation of her conduxn
s pitiable. Shot era wb out of tho p .
jnly to oee a pair of huagry lio..
fn hor path. To o3iapo thorn the
ilimbo up a tree qncl to her 'ar.iaze
-nbnt finds a vir.o led !er on which 4c
jscape into the fore';. Letil'cqub ii.
mxiour, to cccurct he amubt whic!
makeu Lueile a sacked persofi in the
ayes of the natives, ar.d he or.-kra hi:,
native to fonbw her. la their search
hey tire seen by the lions and in fear
af them Loubeque builds a fire all
iround him thrauirh which the lion:
lo not dare to penqtrate. ' The smoke
)f this fire attract Lucille and shc
Heals up as near the camping place
if Loubeque as po-.sible. Something
n tho manner of the nntive rouses n
suspicion in Ioubcquo's muid that th ;
savage is not loyal, but ' on second
,hought ho dismisses the doubt and
ocs to Sleep. But his doubt of the
?avago is well founded, and his mas
;or is no-mor than asleep than he
;iikos the papers fr6m , his master's
ihirt and runs away into the fovest
Ucillc, however, from her vantage
ooint, has seen tho pilfering of the
papers and follows the man. The
lions prove tho nemesis of the na
tiv6 and he porislies in their clutches
In order to search the body, Luctllt
'c.s to the camp and securos a fire
'lrand from tfio fire which Loubeque
now awake and aware of hi3 lo3
has alfo deserted. Lucille scares ofl
thclions and secures tho precicus pa
pers from tho ir.-iigled i.ctlvc'.
ireech clout. She is overjoyed jftv.
makes tho beat time rhoc an towart
che seacoast. Iiou'joquo at last findr.
kho native's body and searching it !
ain, decides that the further at
empt to find Lucile arc in vain, be
,ho has probably met tho same fats
ts the thief. Lucille, in her flight
io tho coast sees a fluted pillar stick
,ng nut of the ground in an unuaun
manner, and a3 3ho ia examining it
Lho earth about hor give3 away ant1
t,ho is precipitated into the midst of
sunken city, inhabited by a race
jf mon similar to tho monkpys but
with many features wluch ol6scl
ally them with the human race. Pos
sibly they are a race of misaing lin'. c
At first-they arc afi'aid of Luc:li3 i
she is of them. But tho enccurag.
mont of numebra is on their s'.c'e, &ni
they pursue hor to tho- rude th.-o.w
of their still ruder king. His p-inr.to
majesty's methd of aubdu'ng his r,;.'
jects is to throw necklaceo of dh
monds to them, and while they v:-
occupied -with collo'cting their, he car
ries off tho prize himsc r. Lnul'
iees that she ia no safe- with th'
;:ing than with any of the icr.t o.
his rase and in a oapc-'-lv. r.-.:.:! bur'
of strength she free, hci .jf f- '
'iim and eccsipes. The u..woisied
tlvity of tho racing an-I ci, ai.o
displaces certain iocs v;::jU ho!,
bad. gai.ojs. Thc-e facarj co'.'e'.t: .
quickly explode t:;d the cido of t!.
mountftin is blown ouu Ono mo
our heroine L at liberty and t.h
jearchoa oil along tho rivei- ban!: a .
til sho come.', upon a uauvo ducro."
in which she Hostu down tne liti .
river to the Bcncoasi. !ho fr . .
jmu a lilUo Lrg tttt'.dlig tfl' :'.
ltd Utf-f..; U.v i'tUj!:t!'- ...it . ! .
4Wilt of th tihty'k KM i-v ' ' J
twr and Ufc hr on board the Uu
And Lacills pu om comfurtabtt
nigki, slm th Uo not iohIim lltm
fit spy, Lou.jUi, l on loord tlx
uttm ltl, hsving imun r 4 U
"RANT5 MASTER OF OREGON I.
O. O. F., AND PRESIDENT OF
IiEEEKAHS ARE COMING TO
Grand Master Wm. Galloway of
ho Grand Lodge, I. 0. O. F., of Ore
gon, and Mrs. Kate Lando, president
if the Oregon ' Rebekah Assembly,
;vill be in this city Thursday and will
bit the local lodges oh that oven
'ng. Mr. Gallway comos from Salem and
Jrsi Lando's home is at Marshfield.
(Jrand Mactor Galloway apd Mrs.
2.:do:) will both deliver addresses
o their respective orders. A full at
.. drncc of the membors of both
:jge.i ia dosired so no to give tho
-and officers the proper reception.
FLORENCE FACTIONS HAVE
APPEALED TO SENATORS
Wachir.gton, "D. C The city or
Florence is stll grcatl agitated over
.he appointment as postmistress of
Mice E. Weivtherson. The Siuslaw
,'ommercial Club held a meeting July
1th r.nd decided to urge reconsidoru
ion and tne appointment of C. Buch
iiian, the present postmaster. The
rather of Miss -WenthorEon heard of
tho meeting at the last minuto and
vas present. Ho claims that only lil
members attended and thnt of thefce
live were I'owdcnts of Floroiice for
les than one year and eight for less
Lhan three years, so he .argues that
it was not a very representative meet
ing. It is alleged by Miss Weatlicr
'ion's adherents that during two years
iho was assistant postnlnster, tho
postofflce had the best administration
in its history. Senator Chamberlain
las been appealed to by both factions
for his support.
PROGRESSIVES TO SUPPORT
, BOOTH AND HOLLISTER
A dispatch from Dallas , Ore., un
ler date of July 18th,- says the Pro
jresives of Polk county have decid
ed to support R. A. Booth, Republi
can, for United States senator, nnd
j'red Hollistor, Democrat, for Con
fressman from this district.
MANY CITY OFFICERS ARE
OUT OF THE CITY NOW
Bandon has a dearth of city ofii
jials just at present, as Mayor Geo.
'. Topping and City Attorney G. T.
.h-eadgold are both at Salom this
.reek .where they havo tho opposite
,'!os of a case in the Supreme court,
.ouncilmr.n C. R. Mooro left on the
Jandon for San Francisco yosterdny.
Councilman II. C. JDippel has not
olurnod yet from his trip to Idaho,
nu3 making four of the' Important
ly off-'als that arc now out of the
.ty. . '
iKAMROCK )Y STARTS
ACROSS THE ATLANTIC
Southhampton, EnglondJuly 20.
ii'.aviroclc IV, Sir Thomas Lipton'a
.hallongor for the America's cup,
itartQ'.oday on her long voyago to
.ew York, convoyed by the tondor
Jrin. li'he two yachts will take the
outhcrn route. Sir Thomas will fol
Jw on a steamer leaving hero Aug.
t. Under tne rules governing the
:i; ;rica'3 cup race, the ehalhwger
ui.t crosj the Atlantic under her
:i sail. She b manned by a craw of
j :iiors, thcae being rollevod from
mo to time during the voyugo by
.i.xru from the Erin. '
;.T HOU8K INgl'ECTOR
CHANGES WHITTLING IIUOV
l.ruy L. tffctk, U. 8. ligliUiuj-ic ia
CMor with lho lighthouse tcndr
dsni oiuu, v. .. la it yUiru und
itftitgkd iUu wbiitiiMf ttu on th
.uUtdf f t1 l.ii i Uir, nfi' i mI i' b
k j iu. t i ill I hi .In MTO tJfv I4 1 l
h- In..' .ii
ii. Mri i" ItMiuto i
..' i ' Murru ui.i n 4
M U Wiwii,' ktwr ul ii lU'
iMk UmHS f4tf
Hvu Ms) Oby . um
in 0imuiiu mill im m v mt