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About The Bandon recorder. (Bandon, Or.) 1915-19?? | View This Issue
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BANDON, OREGON, TUS SDAY, JU 27, 1916
LOFTY TRIBUTE IS
PAID PRES. WILSON
Places Country Above Self
M.V.N N SAYS EXECUTIVE IS
PRUDENT WITH PRUDENCE
OF O.NK HOLDING DESTINY 01'
OKI) STRENGTH TO AMERICA'S
Former Governor Glynn, in his key
i nio sneech nt St. Louis, naid the fol
owing high tribute to President Wil-
f on 11 k a man:
"Americanism mid ponce, prepj'ed-
ns and prosperity those nre tlio
. Mty. ujion which the Democratic
p;.rty stands, -mid the heart of Dennc-
. i-y swells with pride that is mors
ii i i a prldo of party, as it D-iils fie
.in who asserted this Americanism
nr.-d this puace, advocated this
i .-parcdnuss and produced this prrs-p.-rity.
"Tlio man who is President of the
. - td States today has measured ur
. ''o I est traditions of a great oflice
' He has liMi wlo with a wisdom
' I in ntroped in the traditions 'if
; rum try, with a wisdom, that li'ii
-n dWcipli. ed by IrainTng and
i o-tdunod by ii.nttnct Ion.
"Ho lira Iio-jii prudent with the
.i 1 -iH-c of one who has within his
iiu I- the destiny of a hundred inil
) on people.
"He has lieon firm with the f'nn
i e .- that proceeds from deep cun
vi ton-?witli tlio firmness that Is
f'.opdnluTyrll defined: ,
e mi rage that phceH country above
f, Willi the cotiragb that follows
. 'lower it may lead.
'He lias been dignified with the
:iv iimt is so'f-forsettinir and
freupocling, with the dignity Hint
Mrvos Hie majesty of tlio greatoHt
ill in t lie world.
"He lias been patient with Hie
itieieo which IkjIIovcb wild truiits
nt truth crushed to earth will r..v
aln, with the pntionco that can en
iro and wait watch and pray, for the
rUIn vindication of Justice, human!
"He baa been patriotic with a
t triotism Hint lias never wavered,
n patriotism that is as pure and
trong as the faith that moved the
itliors when they made our country
"No President sinco the Civil War
b;-s hail as crucial problems to solve;
ind no I'residont 1ms displayed a
ri isp inote sure statesmanship more
"Assailed by the wolves of privl-l.-M-e
lie lira pulled their clnws and
d'Mwn their tectli.
Ac iu'ted by pmtipitn " vy he
I m ii:.tiid bis tniducers into silence
.- nil n d friends and fee go forward
together in the paths of national pio.
"lie has filed our patriotism with a
i ow ardor, he 1ms breathed into nur
i rient traditions a now vigor and n
' He baa edded strength to Anicri
i i courage and mingled mercy with
America 'a nlro"gth.
"He has Inalonod the Imikos of
jintl.ee upon Hie wheels of power; he
i-m lifted the inlata from the temple
n'.ih our lihortioa are onshvinod.
"A- d wlion the history of tluvo
in l written, and tin
,'l.lreii of tomorrow roid their .w
i .i i'.i story, when thus shall uv
.'. pelled all misconception, and the
. rs shall have rendered their im
. rtuil vordict, one name will sluna
i i golden splendor upon tlio page that
i . blackened with the tr.le of Europos
w.ir, one name will represent the 'ri
umph of American principles over
the hoists of darkness and of deaHi.
"That name will be the imnio of
the great President who has made
'emocrney proud that he Is a Domo
i tfit, and nindo Amorieans proud that
1 fi is0an .J.iiiorieaii.
"It will bo Hie name of the student
and the scholar who has kept his
country true to its faith in a time that
t'ied men's souls; the name of the
r.atesmnn who has championed the
rnise of American freedom wheie
e r he found it oppressed; the name
of the patriot who has Implanted his
MRS. HARRY MATHESON
DIES HERE LAST FRIDAY
HOST OF FRIENDS OF YOl'NG
WOMAN, VHO WAS HORN IN
COOS. COUNTY AND SPENT
.MOST OF LIFE HERE. ATTEND
FUN ERA Ii CANCER CAUSE
OF UNTIMELY DEATH.
Mrs. Ilr.rry Matheaon, who recent
ly returned here from Aberdeen,
Wash., died at the home of hor ulater
Mia. P. A. Holman, of this city, Fri
day Juno 23rd, l the ago of 20 yea re
Cancer, fum which aho aufferotl for
noarly two yenra, wna the cauai of
tho dentil. The fu: oinl awvice
weru liell Sunday nfternoon from
the Ellington undertaking ' pnrlota
and interment was made in Hie
Knight of PytliiiiH cemetery. Dozens
of lifelong friends attended Hie ser
vice and paid their last respects in
bonutiful floral offerings. .
Icraio CfctheHn Hancock was born
at liiiniia, Oregon, AugiiBt 12, 1SS0
n.d lived in that vicinity until she
was about seven years old, when her
.;aronta moved to Marahfioid, Wler
turning to Lampa and after a-few
months to Handon. Slie receive! hr
education in Hie scliools of Marshficld
ami Iiandon & many of hor old school
mate.i are living in tills city. In
Astoria, Juno 18, 1910, she was murri
ed to Harry Malheaon ami Uie yome
couple iuovhI to Abonloen, Wash.,
where M". Muthuson wnc employed.
Ir 101 1 tho'f roaimod to Hanuo'i
vliile Mr. Mntlieaon was employed rn!
dredge Oregon and later went back
In November I OH Mrar-Mathos )n
first began to suffer from the ail
moflt which i-csullijd ii) ker death.
mcr and fall appeared to have regnln-i
. .. ... n.. i, ,..Im1..i-
, il her he 1th. During the winter
liowevor, Hie cancer returned and on.
January 1th, of this yoar, another-
opirntlon v.ts pei formed. In March J
Mio. P. A. Holman, Mrs. Matheson's!
datr, wilt to Aberdeen and arly
Hie foilowing monih brought her !aol
to llarnlo :, where alio remained until
tlio time of hor death. ,
Mra. Mtt'.lioson leaves the follow-
ing members of her family: llcr ;
husband, Harry MaUieson, of Auor-j
ln. lior mothnr. Mrs. U R. McLoud.i
'i sister, Mrs. P. A. Holman of tins
city, and throe brothers, (?. U. Hai
iork of this city. S. P. llancook of
Salem, and W. R. Hancock, of Stock
"CLEAN AND COOL" IS
MODEL STORE'S SLOGAN
MODERN EQUIPMENT ALLOWS
SANM'O (iKOCERY TO ASSl
ITS PATRONS CHOICE OF V
LA ROE VARIETY OF DAINTIES
ALL IN PERFECT CONDITION
CASE IS LATEST ADDITION
"Clean nuid Cool" is the new jlogan
of tlio Sariio (hocery, whoso modern
and sanittty inell.ods ef hundlluz
ovurytY'ir In tho grocery lino have
nuido th-m host of friends and pa
lions duiin tho few months they
have lieo:i ostablisliwl bore. Tboir re
mnrkablo business growtli lias Imon
tho rosult of a policy of promptness
ami ultontion to detail, and a doshti
to irrwaso thoir facilities for proper
ly catering to the trade.
Tho latest addition to thoir alreidy
splendidly equippwl store mom i u
lieautifully finished refrigerating
show case, which whiie displaying
goods to tho boat advantage, also
keeps' them in perfect condition. The
case is divided in such a way that
there are four compartments fur dif
ferent kinds of goods. In the center
is the leo cheat which keeps the four
end diviaio- s .t a toinponature near
tho fifjesintr point. . In this case are
X i .
country's flag on th higliost peak 10 ;
which humanity has yot aspljietlj the!
name that carried the Wch of pro-J
gross to victory once and will carry
it to victory again; tho name of
Woodrow Wilsor President, and
sident to be".
i . .
UAKKANZA d MU 10 NU
iiti"T. a i i in sih ia ii m r. n s
Answer To Wilson's
National Guard 100,000 Are Mustered and Ready
For DutyOf 84 Men Engaged at Carrizal,
22 Are Now Thought To Be Dead
Wlicther or not there is to lie
diiilomatic brock betweon tho Unit-
ed States aud Mexico mid war, which
is bound to 'ollow, is up to Caniui!s,j
acrotding to tlio litest press .vpoitB;
Sunday a demand wan made of him
by Secretary lousing that die 171
American piisotiers taken in the Car -
rizal battle, be relonwd at once auiU.
tliat tlio united Mates lie lniormaa
cl once -f the future attitude of tlio uoj
facto towards the " American roons
now in Mexico.
Throughout yostorduy Washingtoh
awaited for the roply, which wis e,v-J
(lectod momentarily, but it did not
come and l'jst night tho situation
was admitted to lie vory grave. A
failure on tho part of Cnrrnza to re-a
ly promptly will proliably prociplate
the crisis that has been exported for
the past week, just as will an mlyerseJ
! reply. The question of war or peiJe
i wholly in. hin liaiids.
Follow. ng the nttacks on Amoricnri
pouitioiury forces in Mexico .last
veok President Wilson called for the
,'iunl of tho United States and today
Lout lnO.OOO militininon nru moviu?
lout 100,000 militiamen ore moviu
ov.irds the Mexican bonier. 1 hey
wore mobilized equipped and had
signed the muster roll in less than u
Evrywhere recruiting station
nre being opened and thousands of
young men are answering the call to
Hie colors. Only those who arc ph.-
sically fit down to tho most mluiit
letiiil are being accepted and close on
to 50 por cent of tho npplicanU are
ig turned away. In Jlarshfibl a
-. liting station was opened Tluira
'.yNcnd up to lost night 20 men, of
do:- 'lis wlio had applied, had len
I'N.'miri'd and signed up. Tliey are
inlit.led as members of Hie Coast A -i
I The organised, uniformed militia
! or National Guard of Hie United
1 States consists of 9,10!t o Hirers and
I2:t.iur oulisted men, a total of 182,
j UK, divided among tlie States r.s fol-
lo.vs, according to the vory latest of
' ullleinl reports.
Omcora Enlisted Men Total
Vlatama 180 2,745 2,931
Arizona 17 800 907
ikaixs 118 1,542 1,000
Califo ni. 256 3..I77 3,W2
Cotor..Jo 126 1,735 1,800
Conne.fcut 104- 54.71 1 2.90.5
Plairc 41 401 U)l
U. of Columbia 142 2,015 1U.7
Florida 80 1,172 l.WI
Georgia 233 2,845 S.73
kept chee?a. butter, ejraM. milk and
other fiwb goods. These facilities
v.ill allow tbe haitdlhig of many ar
ticles wViv'i heri'tofcre would not
justify 'r.iidiiig, iieeause of tlieir ra
pid spili v:r qualities. The many
birds of McLaren's .choice cheese ia a
sample 0 this kunNqf goods, a full
line of wiii-h will W osvried In tlio
future ly i's Sanito. A full lino of
boiled 'urn ot'er sandwich ieats
is another ibiety stock which Uiuy
will be able to a.jrry in Hui uturo.
A full -ealistion of the value of ad
vertising is another tiling which Has
contribut 1 to the success of tho Sn
m'to. RoaMes carrying wookly ml
vol Using in the city papers, they have
realize'l big returna from window ilia
plays, of which they have a new one
each wee', livery display is timta
fullv urnmowl ami features tome
ono nrtica, or lino of goods. 6y
keeping "their 4oj"k voinplete at all,
times Uisy Are'nble to 'offer Uur cus
tumors an enticing vgrlotv such Us
tj,c fulPIIne of - Cniflpbell's Soups,
which maiJe up
last week's window
Call For Mobilization of the
Mo. ; tana
New Hampshire 91
New Mexico 00
New York 1,031
North Caiolinu 22T
N'ortli Dacota 67
South Carolina 1C2
ionnoBBco in. i.jhi
texns Uli .,!& Vl
Total 9.103 123,105 182.20S
latest reports show that of Hie 81
men of the two Unite 1 States troop j
which were engaged in lie Carisa J
tattle, only 48 enlisted men and one'
cftleor have returned to the American j
hiies. Seventeen are known to tie
held as prisoners by the Mexicans,
but tlie fate of the remaining 22 men
is unknown. Two squadrons, under
Major JeiiUtiM, are cuninuing tho
search in hone thai more have scop
ed and nre miking their way tcwnnls
the America linos. Tho report of
Cabala Moroy, the only ojftleer to
survive, to his superior ollbors has(
not been made public. Trooper whr
liavo returned say that as tho Ameri
can ami Mexican forcoo mot Oencral
Gomes rode forward with his aiita to
confer with Captain ltoyd nnd 'aer
moved townrda the flam; of Hie Mex
ican troops, which had lieen cijung
In on tlio Americans. Thoir first In
timation of hostilities was wlion the
Mexcanu opened on thoin with ma
chine gun fire while they were still
LOCAL PARTIES START ON
LONO MOTORINO EXCURSION
Mr. and Mrs. Win, Rodgera accom
panied by Chas. Rowman, left Iian
don Friday morning in Mr. Rodgei's
Ponl, on a motor trip Hint will take
them over several hundred mil.-s of
Pacific Coast roads before they re
turn to thir. city. Their goal when
they left here w.s Seattle, where they
will so by way of Roaoburg end
Portland.-following Hie Pacific High
way through Oregon and Woshb g;
ton. Wliile in the northern state
they will mike side trips to Tacoui;i
and other Western Washington cities,
as well as Vancouver and Victoria,
The trip will lie made by ey
stages nnd tky ect to lie gone
between two ami three weeks, camp
ing out or sloppiag in hfitols as night
overtakes Uiem. They have with
them tocomplete camping outfit ami
will spend aa much of tho time out
or ilpors as pnssiluY On their return
t8 iTosoburg they may continue on a
long tho Pacific Highway into Cal -fornia
arid return to Iiandon by way
of the Coast road.
NEW SCHOOL OFEICIALS
g j i: UI.TS OF
v AITION WHICH WISHES TO
IIUILD NEW SCHOOL HOUSR
ON TOWNSHIP LINE ROAD
MUDKKT IS REJECTED.
What appears to be a victory for
th-i residents of the Two Mile school
4jtrirt who have boei fighting to
hivt the new school house built nr
hi Toiwship Una road, was won a
Wo a nr. ua 1 school election held in that
dirtriet, last Motalay, when Chris
Riehsrt and Samuel Woo,) were fleet
ed to the office of director ami ole4'rno n;iv
The eiectioi: was one 91 tho iroai
I oi yet held in tb.- district. In r
rn -h nt- the location of 'the school
I, i i wit ih if to re.i-Mf. th otui d'
c'lcyid b f -p last I'limer,
a large i tc"t or tho n- ii'i
tnc ou'rtion of I lie loeat i ha-
beo'i before be vote : .ind hi. i
vgnl obstacles have been placed in th
way of actual construction work. Th
retiring officials were W. '.. Dmun'a
chairman of the hnl of dirv-.r-and
Arthur Covell, clerk. lot-i
whomit is understood, wished t.i s--tbe
building re onstructed on the f
sita, on tlie present county road. Hvtl
rrif the newly elected olllciala favor ih-
rowrsh:p I Ane location.
Still another olection will have t
bo called before the affairs of the d'.
'.Tiet can ITe stroichtoned out. A
Monday's eloetlon the annual" budjp-'
xs rejecteil by the. voter because 1
is said to have included an item of
expenses which was Incurred In try
' e to have tho school housa rao:-
M1,,mittwl ,0 yQtm ... ,
MARSHFIELD, AT HOME
TOO MUCH FOR BANDON
I. HOWLERS (JO DOWN TO
Jt:i EAT ON It V Y CITY ALLEN
UN SECOND CONTEST OI
TO CRN AM ENT HOM H TEAM
TAKES RIG LEAD IN "PhSi
(SAME AND LOCALS WIN SE
. O.D (iAMU.
llniidor. bowlers wens decisively oV
fonteil In the steo'id contest of th
I owling touftsment K-tweon Iiandon
and Mm-shfield, on the Hay city al
leys, Friday night. Residua, having
1 total margin of 201 pins to the
good, the home team took two of tlie
throe gnntea by big leads. Rar.de
:00k the second game, but waa abl.
only to cut down the 120 pin lead
established by .Marshficld in the first
game by a scant 13 pins.
doing onto alleys with which they
were entirely unfamiliar as did
Marshficld 011. the proceeding Fri
day night, the locals wore unable to
find the haul pin consistcnUy at any
time' diHng Hie entire three ga nea
and "marks" were the exeeptiou in
stead of Hie rule. All of tlio "strik
es" nude by Iiandon could almost hi.
counted on tho fingers of one hand.
Carl Bowman alone rolled a fairly
consistent grme for the visitors ami
was high with an average of 153.
Ilandon's poor showing ran be Judged
by the f.ict 'Jist Marshficld average I
less Hum 160 pins to the man (
tho high score for the evening wa
181, mado by Connor In the first
Each of the ten ma has now won
one contest and ,r the tie will
probably lie played off within Uie
next few weeks, but when ami wjjerc
his not yet'ebeen tecided. Te scor
es Friday night waiw&
Soot.....' .. ..10? 122
Tsaney 110 147
Colgrove 136 140
C. Uownum ....10-1 139
Dearinger Hid 141
Noih .. .
777 087 700
GEO. P. T0PR1NG IS
Morrison Runs Close Rice
, voters retain e. r ! u
as city ri:corii:k vT
N BSD AY'S ELKf". ,
C1LAI N FROSl i:
WHILE McNAIR A .
ARE ELKCrED FRO.
Wednesday's eleciio'i c
'eing ti. "W.'.torfoo" ol
n:ro.-tpd th' j.f.'siHa ofifte
: 1 he past wo ;. -a- '
jujly l.v.u.-je thrir su'-;oi 1. 1 - I
ed to to t.' polls. At te t i.u
the wuy some Itandonians hate 'o
out the returns.
Oeo. P. Topping who has i.fr 1
one term and who was s oardid.uo i -ic-elcction
won out over hi- o
oppone it, H. F. Morrison, l y .1 in
in of 13 vote, for mayor. E
Ksusrud ru'.ning agairst a A'ld
.hnf for re election as City.lt
or, hid the b.'st of the race by 1 '
lets when the final returns we
For the hit-or oflice the race
roelly bet wen KauMad anul 1
Harrington. In both f these .
tests the com t was f e)0e thii
-exults weie doubt until the ta
'ot.s were ii'irit?l aiwl the
umni.H:-) made up. All d'
"Voni"g people passet) I
Co'-th between the polling pi
the exoitenvnt was HK' int. 6
.it any election duri:--; -wit ; '
Of the two coucilnv ' 1. 'bj
re-oloction P. J. ChaU vr 1 n
uecassful ono. winning out ovei l'n
'Wf.-Tttr nearest '"pfemiieil .... '
rlsst Wnixl. by 11 vote. 1
West Word G. R. McN: . j .
'rry were nkvted by .it8t .
'iii-rgiiis, vi:' Prank Hafford .
ing third out of the four canji
for the oftV
Ore result of the election ap;
. the big Mipprtsc of the da 1
lassing of the 16 inlll-tax limit 1. .
mendment. Even during Hie .
ress of the election tho general ::'
ment among tlie business men .1' '
ithera who were in touch with th 1
nation, was that the flinmend n-i,!
would lose by a big majority a" I -umle.
of the merchants expr.-- 1
hemselves as being unwifling to c.
'iiue to nay the occupation
Inch would lie necessary shouhl ('
..mendment love. Tlio amend n.- '
authorises the Council to raise t' .
city tux levy to 16 mills, should '
amount be necessary to meet the Li
ning expenses of the city, and w '.
supplant the occupation tas w Li
was levied to make up Uie defu
inside by Hie loss of U10 saloon licei
revenue, January 1st- .
Following are the returns of V
lection by werds;
ISast West T.
II. P. Morrison 84 110 1
Geo. P. Topping.. ..SO 117
N. ILirrington. . .09 08 1'
D. II. Jackson 10 9
K. U. Kauarm! 77 10J 1
Ella Rea 17 1 i
. Coui.rilnr.iii, ICast W'.!
P. J. Chatburn
Guss D. Cross
Elvn Miller .
Couni-iUen, WW -
6. R. MeNalr J'
C. P. Pape '
P. S. I'erry m
... . ...... j..u
es 78 132
No 83 S3 li
MRS. (JRA GARTEN AND
1' RAN It TlalMO.VS A Kit WI-."
.Qrs. Orn I). Garten and Prati': 1
Timmons, both of this city, were int-
(n! at the honm of the bride at
o'clock, Wednesday afternoon, t
E.C. Aifnrd of Uie M. E. Church I i
the nniciatlng elergyman. The
inony wes followed by a wad
dinner at which nearly forty fr"
mid r?l4tiis were th.- invited gti
.hil" -e.e al charivari parties e 1
1 (-. cel. 'tiiation of the even' .
and Mrs. Timmone will spe' t
honeymoon on a t-jmptno1 trii H. ' -11