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About Western world. (Bandon, Coos County, Or.) 1912-1983 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1915)
The Official Newspaper of the City of Bandon
With the Largest Sworn Circulation in the City.
WHERE PRODUCTIVE SOIL AND TIDE WATER MEET
A POLICY OF PUBLICITY IN CITY
SCHOOL AFFAIRS HAS
LUMBERING, MINING, DAIRYING, STOCK RAISING
BANDON, COOS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1915
un Lawyers of County
Hold Session Here
Temperature Falls to Within 2 ne
grees of F reezing and Everyone
Ha<l the "Back East Smile"
During the heavy northwest gale
of Tuesday afternoon and night and
the clear day following Bandon ex
perienced the coldest weather in a
number of years. Not since the win
ter of 1911 has the thermometer
reached so low a point and then only
for a few hours.
The temperature record kept by the
Coast Guard crew shows that the
mercury dropped to 34 degrees above
zero, between 8:00 and 12:00 o’clock
Tuesday night while the storm was
at its highest. During the following
eight hours 35 degrees was the ave
rage. Throughout Wednesday the
temperature stood around 39 and 40
degrees above zero.
A downpour of sleet and hail ac
companied the high wind Tuesday
night and Wednesday morning the
sidewalks and streets were covered
with a thin coating of ice. whicli was
thick enough in the drifts to last all
day, where the sun did not strike.
Hard Cider Puts
In Its Deadly Kick
EMPLOYES OF MOORE
MILL GET JOBS BACK
laical Man Halil to Have Been Mixed
up in Lively Jamboree at
TALLYMEN AND OTHERS RE
CEIVE NOTICE TO BE READ»
FOR WORK SOON.
"Lawyers strive mightily in court. 1 trict. He related some of his pio
then eat and drink as friend3."
neer experiences in Marion county,
, w here by several narrow escapes from
being forced to fight, lie learned the
The truth of this old proverb *ail : lesson that it usually is not advis-
"°'1? Gal!‘er d1"'
‘o “i>^« « witness on the s“tand
Ing room last evening when the mem
In concluding he stated that Coos
bers of the Coos County Bar associa
county as a whole furnished a very
lion enjoyed their annual spread and
intelligent lot of jurymen and wit
jollification. If there exists any
nesses. in fact they are much above
personal animosity between members
the average of the country.
of the legal fraternity, as one is oft
The wittiest remarks of the eve
en led to believe when listening to ning came from W. U. Douglas of
them wrangle in court, it was well Marshfield. Ho spoke of "Costs and
concep.’ed on this occasion, for naught , Fees,” which naturally gave rise to
but brotherly feeling, good fellow numerous little Btories such as are
ship, and a spirit if co-operation responsible for that unconscious fear
the average layman hus of a lawyer.
A member of the Coquille legal
fraternity who came down to take Moore is ut Toledo and Made No Defi
in the association meeting yesterday,
nite Statement Before la-ax ing But
brought tiie information that the
WUI Be Back in Ten Days—Steady
county had two outlaws. He stated
IncieaMe in Prices of Oregon Fir
that Sheriff Johnson, on complaint
of a woman residing near Fishtrap,
a few miles above Coquille, went to
The school board has inaugurated
that place Tuesday with warrants to
Former tallymen and other em
a policy of publicity in school affairs
arrest two men. The men saw him ployes of the George W. Moore Lum
and in accordance with the same has
contiug and greeted him with guns, ' ber company have received word by
submitted to the citizens of Bandon
refusing to submit to arrest. Sequin letter from Mr. Moore, who is now
that they had the drop on him, Sher at Toledo, Oregon, telling them to
“It is the policy of the present
iff Johnson went back to Coquille, hold themselves in readiness to re
school board to give moTe publicity
and Wednesday irtorning. according sume their old duties st the mill
to the affairs of the district than
to the infortpant, with two deputies here within the next two weeks. It
has previously been given, and pur
he started out again, determined to now looks as though there is some
suant to their directions, the clerk
back his two men. Sensation- foundation to the report tlu/t the
He advocated uniform charge«, etti-
submits below a report which goes
have been expected mill would reopen on or before Jan
The excellent banquet, which satis quette, honesty, and all that lends
back to Mr. Dippel's report publish
further has been uary 10.
fied the inner man and furnished the dignity and reiqiectabillty to the pro
ed in September. It is believed that
heard of the case here.
Before he left Mr. Moore would
the public will appreciate these re
no statement further than that
less wit and humor, wus composed of
That lawyers sometimes so far for
ports. Those particularly interested
This evening information was re he hoped to open tho mill soon, but
get the seriousness of their positions
should file them for future refer
ceived from Coquille to the effect there was nothing certain about It.
i’ life as to write poetry, is hardly
ence. The clerk's books of record
the men In question were Patrick and However, the notice to his employes
Baked Salmon with Tartare Sauce believable in this dav of cold, legal John McGinty, the latter of Bandon. and the fact that Mr. Moore Intends
will be cheerfully submitted for in
facts. Yet C. II. Harrow.', state rep
spection at any time.
Winter Combination Salad
Since writing the above yesterday
The men, who are brothers, are said to return to Handon within ten days
resentative and also- aspirant for the
The Clerk's Report
the World has come to the conclus
to have been celebrating the Christ throws a new light on the matter.
sent of prosecuting attorpoy, has been
Dated December 3if, 1915.
ion that it would have been better
mas holidays with a generous supply
it has been understood for some
dubbed the "bar poet.”- His assign
No. warrants issued since last
to have written the cold weather ar
of hard cider and late in the event, time that with a rise In the lumber
report and amt of the same
tide about today instead of Tuesday
they became so hilarious Mrs. Pat. market the mill would reopen, pro
and poetized." It was a case of Ad
173......................................... »8,123.44 and Wednesday. Last night the tem
Angel Parfait and Cake
McGinty filled in the sheriff. They vided the litigation involving tim
ams vs. Adams, but regardless of
No. and amt. of warrants fund
resisted arrest when Sheriff Johnson | ber that the Moore people have been
perature fell to 26 1-2 above zero,
ed, 83 .................... .. . . . . 2,749.82 according to the life saving station
Cigars title, facts in the case, or what not, arrived and forced him to leave at logging could be brought to a fav
it was not an ‘ assignment of error"
Amount not funded, 90 . 5,373.62 thermometer. During the night prac
Before the hosts began to “Fletch- for Mr. Barrow poetized to a "faro the point of gunB, it is said. Next day orable settlement. Lately it Is re
Com. warrants out at last re
be returned with reinforcements, but ported that the case has been settled
tically all of the flowers in town were erize", however, they voted unani-
ye well" and It was hymqrous, inter
port .................................... 13,141.30 frozen and it Is more than probable
found the men getting over their ot* of court. During the past tew
mously that Messrs. Steve and Ed. esting and much appreciated.
Com. warrants now outstand
oelebratlon. Patrick gave himself up weeks there has been a decided stif
the customary Bandon bouquet which Gallier be added to their list of I
ing ..................................... 15,297.02 everyone has become accustomed to
'Ultra Vires" doesn't mean much und John was found on Ills way back fening of the lumber market In Cali
Amid applause the two
tlb- average |n»rson, hut Ip a cm t to Bandou, having been captured by fornia and fir has reached a higher
deiM>iid on, will now be lacking for n gentlemen were escorted in and seat-
No. and amt. old warrants fund
few weeks. Out along Ocean Drive, 6d with due honor. Just then, Atty. at taw it makes a lot of difference a rancher. The men were taken to price than It had been for two or
ed since last report, 27 . 3,217.90 where it appears the wind from the Goss, with his ready wit. wrecked sometimes, for its real meaning i-.t Coquille by the sheriff, and will prob three years before the local mills
When thi ably have to stand trial.
lnt on same
Of oourne the Increase In
ocean sweeping over the egde of the. the dignity of the moment by saying, "Beyond the power.”
the freight rate» lias bad H h influ
bluff has heretofore made that sec ‘‘the only reason I voted to have you
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ence on the rise in lumber prices,
tion of the city a trifle warmer than fellows eat with us is to try out this Mnrshfb Id as th? subject of a talk,
but the rates have not raised In pro
the eastern and down town sections, stuff on you first.” There was no it was perhaps done through some
Cash on hand, last report .
270.05 the calla lillios were frostbitten and further hesitation, except for an oc motive better left unsaid. But Char
portion to th« increase In the value
6,567.63 numerous other flowers in bloom at casional remark as to tho excellence ley as usual was "there with the
of tho product. laxst week's market
goods”, demonstrating the consplc
increase in Ksn Francisco wai be
the Dippel and Rasmussen homes, of the meal.
nous fact that "Ultra Vires” has no
»5.00 and ,8.00 per thousand,
were observed to be ' down and out."
Many Entertaining Remarks
laical High H c I iihi I Team Proves Too
reference to C. F. McKnight.
while the freight rales nowhere have
Amid the beer, burgandy and^ ci
Strong for the Riverton
Judge John S. Coke briefly spoke
Increased more than »1.1'0 greater
Paid out......................... 6,122.86
Wm. Mast spent the Christman gars l also milk, coffoe and water)
on tho "Attitude of the Bench to the
than they were last summer.
Pal. on hand......
holidays with his mother at Lee.
many breezy little talks were made.
Bar." Having bad many years of
Toastmaster C. R. Wade added much
experience as a lawyer and after
Interest of the High school stud
l.lglitlibiiM Inspector Here
to the entertainment by his accom
wards a jurist, the -Judge was well <>nts and other basket ball fans In tho
Milo Hendley, superintendent of
panying remarks when calling on a
qualified to dwell on so technical a city is focused on the game which the seventeenth lighthouse district,
Given in his characteristic will be staged Saturday night be who has headquarters at Portland,
A. J. Sherwood of Coquille, being
manner, his Temarks com- tween the Oerding Brothers of Co
was in Bandon on bls first trip of in-
cue of the oldest lawyers in service
manded tho close attention and res- qullle and the local quintet at Dream «1 action today.
In company with
had been assigned the subject of
■ and. This bids fair to be the han ('apt. Wlren of the local station he
■/Reminiscences.” But his memory pect of all.
Others had been put on the pro ner game of the year, for it Is doubt went over the ground in tin» Break
“For we'll have just one more
Each year since Bandon lined up either failed him, or it was overconi'»
but they were absent so under ful If there is a high school loam In water addition to which the light
little drink and then we'll all—
in the wet column after having been by his sense of humor, for wl:at
dry for a short time crowds of "anti- greeted the listeners when the speak the caption "Spontaneous Efferves- the county that knows Inside basket house is to be moved and made final
prohi’s” have come in from the woodx er drew forth a voluminous docu cence" all those present, who had ball as well ai th»» Oerding boys, all arrangements. The work will prob
for the holiday spree, which usually ment, was a burlesque on Tom Ben not been on the program, were giv of whom have had several years' ex ably commence In the n»ar future.
en an opportunity to be heard: Th»- peri ence.
Mr Headley goes from here to Cope
Although Bandon and the rest of lasted for at least a week and many nett and John Hall, both of whom
unfortunately < perhaps fortunately
the state will go as dry as the prov
least entertaining of the entire af ton was somewhat of a farce, tho
erbial bone at the stroke of midnight and plenty of it, came easy and went for Sherwood) were absent.
Dr. H J. Mnnn was a business visi
local hoys romping away with the
"Law and politi's” was the title fair.
tomorrow' night, the annual holiday
honors to the tune of 33 to 15 tor at Coes Bay the forepart of the
New Officer» Elected
"celebration” has been a tame affair of ’09-'10” the police were more in of a brief but much appreciated ad
During the afternoon session held Practically tho entire string of Coach week.
compared with former years and the clined to take a drunk to bed rather dress by J. C. Stemmier of Myrtle
Quigley's substitutes got n chance
saloon men are not-looking for the than to jail. The streets in those Point. The keynote of his remarks at the Moose club rooms, three new
to show what they could do for at New Years game they uniat develop
promised big final New Years to ma days were not of the hard paved va was "there is too much of both, these
no time were the visitors dangerous. a much stronger defense than they
From time to time Bandon showed showed last week. Riverton should
For a while Christmas eve It look necessity, or too heavy a load, reqtilr wherefores.
flashes of form, but for the most part not have scored more than one-third
ed as if all records for hilarity and
I. N. Miller of Marshfield, the
meeting at the work was not up to the standard the bankets they did, but Bandon <nn
the number of men from the camps beds.
prominent young attorney who is be- ed to hold the next
for the en- set by last year’s team. If the Io | be excused for the number of sub. ll-
and the surrounding country were to
ing favored in many sections of thb
cal boys expect to get away with the tiltes used.
be broken, but two days seemed to ber jacks and the stringent financial county for prosecuting attorney, gave suing year were elected as follows:
bo sufficient to quench the longest conditions this year account. In part, | a very clever discourse on "State vs.
thirst and Monday saw but very few for the small number who are enjoy Miller, 43 Or. 325." It appears that brede. vice president; J. J.
visitors in town. Over Friday and ing a farewell jag. While the .num- , the Miller in the case mentioned, wai'
Saturday there were probably 300 ber who will drown out the old year a Harney county horse thief, who H. Giles and J. D. Goss, members
men in from the logging and tie and float in the new tomorrow night had been convicted of second degree executive committee.
Menilters Who Participated
camps who were affected more by the w'lll be small in comparison with for murder and sentenced to the Ore
The members of the association
quantity than by the quality of the mer years, indications are that it gon penitentiary. But Atty. Miller
Real honest to will be a night not soon forgotten for was not stumped with such an allud who enjoyed the banquet were: J.
Fire starting from an unknown majority of the members also lost
goodness souses were plentiful and some of the purses are long with ing subject. He proved a complete O. Stemmier, Claud IL Giles E. C.
fights were the rule rather than the savings and the bottom is going to alibi for himself and even went so Roberts, 8. D. Pulford. Myrtle Point; source completely destroyed the Ban their guns and fishing tackle. Die
exception, five who imbibed too free drop. One check on the hilarity, far as to show that the horse thief's W. C. Chase, J. J. Stanley, A. J. don Rod A Gun Club's quarters at club house was fitted with individual
ly having to spend the night in the however, is the fact that the stocks name wasn't Miller at all but that he Sherwood. Coquille; C. A. Sehlbrede, New laike early Wednesday morning, lockers and the members were ac
city bastlle and several others would of the saloons are nearing the minus merely took the name to add respec- I. N. Miller, C F. Knight, E L. Pow with an estimated loss of about ,I ,- customed to store their hunting and
fishing paraphernalia. bedding ma
ell, J. T Brand, J M Mclntuff, C. 500.
have received lodging had there been quantity and in at least one place lability to himself.
extra clothing, food supplies,
any place to house them. Christ
Judge C. A. Sehlbrede of Mai sh- II. Peck. John S. Coke. J. D. O om ,
mas day "Tom and Jerry" made their time Friday. No liquor of any kind field spoke on 'The Attitude of Jury W U Douglas, Geo Watkins. Marsh Frank Catterlln were on a hunting etc., In their lockers. Frank Catter
appearance over the different bars will be left unsold to be shipped out and Witness Toward the liar." He field; C. E. Maybee, North Bend; trip at the lake at the time and after lln Is perhaps the heaviest loser. Ho
and were heartily greeted, but by of the state is the forecast today. ! has been a lawyer for .many years, G. P. Topping, G T. Treadgold, C. building a fire and cooking break and the rest of tho hunters had
that time most of their friends were For two weeks and more mysterious: for the past 25 years having been a It. Wad»». F. J. Chatburn, L. L, Gard fast, had gone for the morning's changed their clothing at the club
hunt. In the mer.ntlmo the building house, leaving their money and otli»-r
too far gone to be troublseome. Were packages of a suggestive size and reaident of tills congressional dis ner, Bandon.
Mr. Catterlln hail
was discovered on fire by It. Pome valuables there
it not for the fact that so many are shape have been explained by their
roy. who rushed to the scene
He a considerable amount of money, ««-
laying in supplies for anicipated bearers to contain "bread for the
‘•'or a number of years managed to pull the hunters' buggy,! curltie-r, jewelry etc In bls clothing,
Out for •ludge»,,iip
make bites and sickness in the fami turkey aresaing, '
he held a poaition aa federal judge
which was near the dub house, to a and hfs loan will amount to about
ly, the saloon business so far this
In Alaska, having been appointed by place ot safety and also saved the j , ,))•».
The other members of the
week would have been dull. Some cular." This week "empty barrels attorney and federal referee fn bank
former ! resident McKinley
harneiMi which was lying nearby, lie party lost from »5# to a »100 each,
of the "home guard" livened up a to put the chicken feed in" are find ruptcy for this district, was here yes
then summoned the hunters from the Among the heavier losers are A Gar-
bit for the jitney dance Wednesday ing their way to different parts of the terday and made Western World a
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ballard came to lake, but the flames had gained such ! field, lzi«e, Manclett. Endicott, Loop,
Mr Sehlbrede is a
evening and succeeded in keeping the city and the transfer men grunt with pleasant call.
candidate on the Republican ticket Bandon from Marshfield Monday to l<»«adway It was Impossible to savsj Mann, Eaton, Tuttle and Shields,
down-town section awake during the each lift. For:
It Is said the stove at the club
for Circuit Judge.
lie will run spend a few weeks at the home of anything from the building
greater part of the night. No extra
was defective and It Is now
policemen have been necessary but
bent. also a Republican. Mr. Kehl and Mrs. J. II. Biles. The Ballards ere all losers to some extent by the nurnilaed the fire originated front It,
It Is probable that more will be held Drink in the new;
brede baa been a resident of this dis were in the wreck of tho Santa (Ire. Aside from the total destruc although some of the members are
Just one more spree.
ready for an emergency call New
t|on ot the building. It appears the 'of th» opinion it was incendiary.
trict for 25 years, therefore is well Clara.
And then, adieu!
Report Cover» Period Between P u ti
ll» ation of Auditor Guy Dippel's
Report and First of the Year—
Paid Out and a
Balance of *714.82 on Hand.
Big Basket Ball
“Good-Bye Tom and Jerry;
Farewell Rock and Rye”
Bandon Rod and Gun Club
Loses New Lake Club House