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"JUDITH OF BITHlfLlA" COMING
TO TIIK GRAND THEATRE ON
NEXT SATURDAY AND SUN
Of the many feature films that have
been exhibited . at the Grand in the
past, the management tnl:c:i pleas
ures in annuncing that "Judith of
Bithulia" a Biograph film of art in
four parts, overshadwos all feature
films in point of magnificence, stag
ing and wonderful acting. If you
have seen the "Last Days of Pmpeii"
itself n sensation in the film world,
you can form an idea what the asser
tion means when it is stated that
"Judith of Ulthulia" has this great
work outclassed by a big margin.
This splendid feature has received
more notice from the big critics in
Europe and America than any other
film feature ever did. It has pkyed
the big Broadway theatres to bigger
crowds than any other photo nhiy
ever did; and to advanced price, as
high as 50c admission being charged
in some of the splendid thearles sit
uated n Broadway. The fllowing are
a few details of this great fen. u re
In four parts. Most expensive
Biograph ever produced. Mre than
1000 people and about .!00 horsemen.
The following were built exprr inly
for the production: A replica of the
ancient city of Bethulia; the n.am
moth wall that protected Beth. ilia;
a faithful reproduction or the tun ient
army camps, embodying all heir
barbaric splendor and dances; i liar
iots, battering rams, scaling-lad !ers,
archer towers, and other special war
A few of the spectacular clTec'.s in
this photo play are: The storming
of the walls, of the city of Belhulin;
the hand to hand conflicts; the (loath
defying ehariot charges at breakneck
speed; the rearing and nlunginir of
the horsese infuriated by the din of
the battle; the wonderful camp of
the terrible llolofernes, equipped with
rugs brpugh from the far East; the
dancing girls in, their exhibition of
the exquisite and pecular dances of
the pcrod; the routing of the com
mand of the torriMo Tij'of "s and
the destruction of tho camp J lire,
and overshadowing ul! ie '.ho letoisin
of the beautiful i d! .. ,
't'nis nv ;te j)io j j -,ll . s' -wn at
the Grand next fcatinJuy -.id Jisntluy
nights at an admission of lfie and 10c
Tell your friends about it.
RIVER BOAT SCHEDULE
Coquille Klver Transportation Co.
Charm, leaves Bnndon.... 0:15 n. m,
Dispatch, leaves Bandon.. 7:00 n. m.
Charm, leaves Bandon. .. .12:15 p. m.
Coquille, leaves Bandon.. 2:30 p. m.
Myrtle Point Transportation Co.
Dora, arrives from Myrtle Pt.ll a. m.
Dora, leaves for Myrtle Pt..,l p. m.
Business Nls.n Fraiscs
Dr. Miles' Heart RemerTy
Successful Merchant Afttr lnvttlw4tlor
Found a Remedy That Re
stored His Health.
"Tills In ThankRi ln' !:-y ! the
Btuto of l'onimylvnnlit. nml I w- :t to
ilexmi- it r "t or
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on the " i i iluy
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with h .art
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a n-ry Mini mill lriHtru"tlvn Vtter.
ujilrli I hiimlril to my f:imll. nrlur,
unit lit- llil mi' In iim. ynui n m.JIiii
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(if If Mltm' H urt Itr'ii. :i n J m wn
li.ililf of In M il. N ii mi. win
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now , ii ii J I im l ii iioi itl ' i i .i tnat
flit Hloltllix I 'HI l.i.' illlllld
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i ilu Mli.il ii v mi liti r. it
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my HiuHiiiir I'i'Mto i ii 1'iy
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mwatu ' '
8ha Missed Queen Victoria,
Lole Kuller In tier book tells us how
llio failed to see Queen Victoria, a mis
fortune due to the exigencies of theat
"One day at Nice some one came and
asked mo to dance before Queen Vic
toria. She hud just arrived at the
Ulviera to pas3 the winter months, as
sho was accustomed t,o do every year.
It mny well bo believed that I wua
flattered by such a request 1 assented,
naturally, and set myself to work mak
ing all my prepu rations for this lui
"There wits a knock at the door. A
maid brought a telegram. It was sign
ed by my manager and was couched
lu the following words: 'Take train
his evening, to sail day after tomor
row; destination, New York.'
"I replied with a message pleading
for it delay for tile purpose of dancing
before Queen Victoria. I received
simply the following laconic telegram:
'Impossible. Leave at once. Time is
"That's why I did not dance before
The Germans as all extensively
traveled persons know nre great stick
lev foi titles. One must not only say
rieTr Cnncellnrlus Holz. llerr Dr. Hur
on Meier, llerr Professor Schmidt;
one must also say Krau Caucellarlus
IJolz, Krau Or. Baronlu Meier, Frail
Professor Schmidt. Also there aro
line distinctions in titles. If one tltlo
Is higher than another by so much as
a hair's breadth, the wayfaring man
must not'eall the rightful owner of the
higher title by the lower title. Never!
A certain public schoolteacher who al
ready enjoyed the title of master was
promlted to bead master. Next day
young Krltj:, quite unaware as yet of
the honor that bud come to his Instruc
tor overnight, greeted him with his
usual cheery "Good morning, master."
"Perhaps." said .he now head mas
ter' with dignity "perhaps you'd rath
er Just call me Adolf." New York
Opposed to Knighthood.
Coke of Norfolk, who eventually
went to tho lords as Earl of Leicester,
Avas furious when threatened with
knighthood. After an nttack on the
prince regent's life In 1817 Coke was
chosen to present him with an address
from the Norfolk Whigs. They con
gratulated hint heartily on his escape,
but concluded by beseeching him to
"dismiss from his presence and council
those advisers who by their conduct
had proved themselves alike enemies
to the throne and people." On learn
ing the terms of the proposed address
the regent, who knew that Coke valued
his position as commoner above every
thing, declared. "If Coke enters my
presence I shall knight him." When
this threat wast reported to Coko he re
plied. "If he dare try to knight me I
swear I'll break his sword." London
Eased Her Mind.
Mrs. Simpson-Jones wanted to be
come a suffragette, but her husbaid
"Hut." she pleaded, "if you only
knew what a lot one learns at their
meetings all. about referendums and
"I've said no, and that ends it!"
snapped Mr. Simpson-Jones. "If you
women wnnt to tlnd things out why
don't you follow the ndvlco of St. Paul
and ask your husbands? Youvomen
are such fools."
This was too much for Mrs. Simpson
Jones' long humbled spirit.
"That's just the trouble," she return
ed. "Women have been 'asking their
husbands' for tho last 2,000 years, and
they're still fools." New York Tribune.
Won In Losing.
She wanted to do some shopping and,
ns Is the custom of wives, felt the need
for more money. Sho went to her hus
band and nsked for the loan of a sover
eign. "Hut you'll never pay me back," pro
tested the husband. "Pvo lent you
"I'll bet you 2 shillings I pay you In
n month." said the wife.
"Bight," said the husband, leaping at
this sporting offer.
Tho month passed. One morning tho
wife euine sorrowfully to her husband.
"Dear, I've lost that bet. Here's your
1! shillings." Manchester Guardian.
Posted on Slang.
A Chicago boy who is in the eighth
grade at school was speaking at tho
breakfast table the other morning
about the stupidity of another boy.
"Gee," he snld. "his bean's solid Ivory!
I 'can hand lilm bull by the ynrd and
he never gets hep that he's belli'
eonned at all."
A Game of Chance.
"There Is nothing more uncertain
than a horse race," exclaimed tho man
wljh a tendency to talk loud.
And the melancholy friend w
"You uover worked In a meteorolog
ical olllco, did you'"- Exchange.
Fime or Fortune,
"t you ewild liuvn your choice," ulio
tukod, "M'lilt'h would you lukn-fumu
hi luimni'r ,
Turfuiiii," ho niplled without u mo.
liisnjr iMNNisiwit. "I'iuiio uum u iuhu
jwUiIhj; n WHtuiiiuldl" rov."-oilciiKi
Jink U'tMtW rut mrry fur muwi
mm mut r imjuumm firry
i it'' &tfSf WSIi V!li H
FAMOUS WINTERS IN PARIS.
Once Every River In France Wat Ice
and Every Mill iaie.
n,.,..iM,. fnninim winters lu France,
AkUW...ut7 .- - .."lit
the Paris Petit Journal says that tho
fifteenth century might justly be call
ed the cold century.
"In 1103 the registrars or tne paruu
iil that It was Im
possible to issue any of its resolutions
because the Ink rroze in me iuk uumw
of the clerks. Every three words thoy
hod to thaw their pens, and this with
a fire roaring In their room. Every
river In France was frozen, and not a
ii.lll mml1 Tcnrlv Twelve years later,
in 1-J20..there was a repetition of this
winter. Foodstuffs gave out. ami poor
people died by teus of thousands.
"In 1422 In less than three days the
wine nnd the vinegar froze In the eel
lnr. pnpkR and hens had their combs
frozen: the streets were full of peo-
plo who danced, jumped, wrcsueu anu
ran races, anything to keep oft frost
"In 1130 It froze for more than two
nml n Imlf month, nnd tho snow fell
for forty days without stopping. All
the birds hidden in tue trunKS or ireeu
'tii -tho vnnr at the creat winter,' ns
1C03 was colled, hundreds of persons
died from cold. Everything was fro
zen hard, even the bread served at tho
tnlit,. nf Ilenrv IV. In 170'J all tno
wheat was destroyed, and a new sow
ing had to bo made in tlio spnnjj. nut
fon relates that no bread was to bo
hadl Even Mine, de Mnlntcfjon had
to go without It.
"in 1770 sentinels were found fro
zen to death outside Versailles, and
the king put a stop to this service, in
Purls meat bonfires were lit in tho
streets. Bells wcro shivered Into pieces
n tinv riinir. i'IocUh stoiuied and In the
cellars wine turned Into ice. Hares
nnd partridges come into the towns
nnd hid themselves In the nooks and
corners of houses, where they wcro
subsequently found as still as a uoaru
nnd quite Inedible."
HUNTING THE CARIBOU.
Curiosity Often Lures the Watchful
, Animal to Its Fate.
In hunting the caribou quietness is
essential. Never break a twig If you
can avoid It. for a cracking branch
makes a noise which carvies far and
may give warning of your approach to
the very stag you particularly want.
Equally Important Is it to keep a sharp
lookout tit all times, especially when
entering a barren, where a stag may
be sleeping! for under such conditions
they nre hard to see. Among the nu
merous gray dead stumps nnd moss
covered low trees the color of tho cari
bou Is so inconspicuous thnt the un
trained eye will fall to detect the anl
uialicvcn at close range. The first in
timation will be a glimpse of a disap
pearing patch of white ns the caribou
vanishes into the woods.
AH these things considered, tho cari
bou of Newfoundland Is not us ulert as
any other deer that 1 know of and Is
therefore more readily approached.
There Is, of course, great variation
among them, some being extremely
alert and dllllcult to stalk, while oth
ers aro so absurdly tamo that they will
allow a man to walk right up to within
a few yards before taking flight. Curi
osity Is often a noticeable falling with
thorn. When once it Is aroused they
will go to almost any length to satisfy
It. I do not, however, advise the hun
ter to count too much on It. for tho
very thing which you Imagine will
tempt this curiosity will as likely as
uot frighten them away. Sometimes
n strange noise will make thetu very
inquisitive, and they will come within
a few feet to find out what It Is. Then,
occasionally, a white handkerchief
will have the same effect. A. Rad
cllffo Dugtnore in "The Bomanco of
tho Newfoundland Caribou."
Even bookkeeping is not an exact sci
ence. For behold! bow often Is it that
ono mun will put Into tho expense ac
count u given expenditure say, tho
rebuilding of a machine thus reducing
his profits by this amount, whllo an
other will put such an item to tho
asset account, and each cau advance
weighty arguments nnd reasons us to
the logic of his methods, itut the net
results of operation will differ widely
with tho same actual occurrences, so
that even bookkeeping may be said
merely to present results dependent
upon the aspects of the situation as
rendered by those who have the au
thority or opportunity to interpret
Benjamin A. Franklin lu Engineering
Points of the Crescent Moon.
Why does tho moon sometimes ap
pears with points turned upward and
at other times downward? There is
ono causo only the rotation of tho
earth. If the moon rises with points
turned upward then, when It set, tho
points must turn downward-Unit Is,
tho western horizon meets tho points
In Its apparent approach; they point
toward It, apparently downward, In tho
western sky. Nuw York American.
Felt the Power.
lUII-Miible bus n wonderful Jiilluence
Jill f know It.
"Did you nviir fil Hit nnvur of a
klnper wvit yuiiT"
"tiurot I iiwrrii'd uiimI" - SwVx
Whm tliw I wmUUul yuu !ut
)ii tf'w jm U wmhi lhJ JO
urn mi mm m W WJ itjutt'
PROFESSIONAL CARDS 9
THOMAS F. HAGGERTY
Over McNair's Hardware Store
C R. WADE
DR.. H. L. HOUSTON
Physician & Surgeon
Office oret Drnf Store. Houra, 9 to (2) a. ;
1:30 to 4 p. n ;7 to 6 in die craiiaf.
DR. SMITH J. MANN
Office in Panter.Building, 'Harm, 9 ta 1 2 a.
I ta 5 p. m.
DR. L. P. SORENSON
Office ovet Vienna'Csfe. Tetepkoae at efiea
G. T. TREADGOLD
Attorney and Counselor
Office in New Bank Bulldinc
DR. R. V. LEEP
Physician & Surgeon
Office in RaimuiMa BuJsiny.
Phone 72 J
DR. ARTHUR GALE
Physician & Surgeon
Office over Orange Pharmacy. Office pheae.
352. Residence phbne,
DR. S. C. ENDICOTT
Ofics Phone 71s Re. Phoae 312
DR. I. L. SCOFIELD
Office in Fahy and Morrison Build-
'ng- next to Emergency Hospital.
DR. H. M. SHAW
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office Phone 330-J Rci. Phone 105-J
KoomJ 200-1 Irving jhock
Surreyi, Plans and Specification
Office Bank Huildjag-
Consulting Engineer and
' Office in Thrift Buildiuj
Bring us your Kodak wofk.
Wo havo installed an leatrio
printing machine and oan fin
ish on short notice, day or
night, nnd secure the bst re
suits. A trial Ii contlnclnif.
YOURS TO PLEASE
L. I. WHEELER
Near Gulller JToUl
Mri. Guy Dippel
the Gasoline cf Qualify
Rates $1.00 to $2.00 per day.
Special rates by weekormonth
Sample room in connection
E. T. WOLVERTON
Coos County Meann Opportunity See Bandon First I
DiPPEL & WOLVERTON
CHOICE FARM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY
FIRE INSURANCE GUY DIPPSL CONVEYANCES
NOTARY PUBLIC AUDITING REAL ESTATE
RENTALS ACCOUNTING FARM LANDS
BANDON :: :: :: :: OREGON
FIRST STREET, OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE
W. B. STEINOFF
THE HARNESS MAN
omplete stock of har
ness, shopping bags,
trunks, suit cases, valises
. . , . aaaaa -a - r
is faithfully maintaind at this store
and you will find some special intro
ductory prices that will prove at
tractive just now. Your inspection is
invited whether or not you are ready
J, A. BYRNE
H. C. DIPPEL
1. 1 M. A
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