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C loverbale C ourier .
C L O V E R DA LE,
W Ü D HAPPENINGS
OF CURRENT WEEK
Events o f Noted People, Governments
and Pacific Northwest and Other
Things Worth Knowing.
The Austrians have been able to
make virtually no progress against the
British forces holding an important
section o f the line on the Italian front,
says a London dispatch Thursday.
E S C A P E B E R L IN IN A IR P L A N E
W h a t a Bank Check Says
Four Resident« Flee Because of Con-
ditions in Teuton City.
A B A N K t'heck has a message aside from its face value. It
■** says that the one who draws it has money in the Bank and
that the Bank on which it is drawn will honor this signature. It
says that the depositor regularly deposits the money received
and pays expenses by writing checks.
Your check will say ait
this for you, when you open an account subject to cheek with
this Bank. You will then have the convenience and safety that
the Bank assures and you can write your check for the exact
amount o f each imyment.
Copenhagen.— Four residents of Ber-
| lin escaped from Germany Thursday
| in two airplanes and succeeded in
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I they fled from Berlin because of
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j ditions there.
COUNTY, OltE G OX,
The Nestucca Valley First,
Last aud all the
Big Defeat Suffered All Along
Piave River Front.
The two machines, which are of the ■
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albatross type, left Berlin early on I
Thursday morning. Their flight was
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observed and the guardships along the
I coast were warned. When the ma
chines reached the Baltic the guard-
i ships opened fire and it was at urst
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erroneously reported that one of the
j airplanes had been brought down.
One of the two occupants of the first
100-Mile Line Ends in Total Fail
i albatross was Dr. G. F. Nicolai, for j
ure-E nem y Loss 180,000.
! merly a professor of psychology at the
Berlin University. He is the author of j
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a book that denounced Prussian mili- [
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! tarism and had been punished with j
imprisonment because of its publica-
Rome.— On the Piave river front
T .H . GOYNE,
from the Montello to thé Adriatic, the
The second albatross landed in the
neighborhood of Rudkoebing w’ith its defeated Austro-Hungarians are re
two German deserters. This machine i crossing the river In disorder, says
had been delayed by making a landing j the Italian official statement issued
on an j 8 ] a n ( j f0 repair a slight defect
¡n the engine.
Opp. Court House.
The Rudkoebing correspondent of pursued by the Italian troops.
ITALY PRESSES MOVE
TILLAMOOK COUNTY BANK
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Abstracts on Short Notice
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Drenching rains on the Flathead
reservation, Montana, have saved a
probable wheat crop o f 2,000,000 bush-
els just as farmers were gettin g ready
to turn stock into their fields, accord
ing to reports.
the National Tidende quotes the crew
L. V. EB E R H A R D . Manager.
of the second albatross as saying that
Italian Army Headquarters in North-
C. W. TALMAGE,
Only five minutes were required for they had been at the battle front and era Italy.— From Montello to the sea
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passage Thursday by the senate o f the were expected to return there. They the enemy has been defeated and
of Tillamook Countv, Oregon.
annual general pension bill, carrying declared that they preferred death forced by the Italians to recross the
TILLAM O O K .
the largest pension rather than to go back. The two men Piave river in disorder
The first phase of the Austrian of-
measure by $12,000,000 in the govern- | wore infantry uniforms and one of
1 fenslve has ended in failure— in de-
them had the iron cross.
A. C. EVERSON
feat. The culmination of what was
Austria’s grain supplies have com
intended to be the crushing of Italy
pletely run out and such food o f this
! between the jaws of the Austrian
nature as she is gettin g is coming
pincers is the rout of the Invaders.
With their backs to the swollen
from what Germany has allotted to
C O U N S E LO R A T L A W
Pia e the Austrians for several days
her from the Ukrainian supplies, ac
106 Oddfellows’ Building,
cording to indications in a Copenhagen
Tillam ook. Oregon-
See me for realty deals.
dispatch to the London Exchange Tele- British General Now in U. S., Dis
ians and save the situation.
Now Special Equipment for Making Income
Returns and Reports.
they are endeavoring and still under
closes Plans for [Blazing Trail
Tillamook Undertaking Co.
great pressure, to ford the stream and
The Americans in the Woevre sent |
From America to Europe.
reach safety on the eastern bank.
R. N. H E N K E L , Proprietor.
their first gas against the German ]
From the Montello plateau to the
lines from projectors Wednesday morn- |
N'gbt ami Day calls
Washington, D. C.— Establishment Adriatic sea the enemy is in retreat.
A German raid at Remieres
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Wood was repulsed.
Some o f the of an air route to Europe from the
Sixth Street at Second Avenue East
180,000 men and the chances of his
enemy were killed and one prisoner j United States in order to bring the escape without additional heavy casu-
full force of American effort in the alties and men made prisoner seem
Twenty-one German destroyers, a air to bear against Germany is a def- remote.
large number o f submarines and nu inite project by the British air council. !
lU ia n s T h r a w
merous auxiliary craft are penned in This was disclosed Monday by Major
across the Piave have been swept
the Bruges Canal docks as the result General W illiam Brancker. controller
away by the now torrential stream, J T i l l a m o o k
A b s t r a c t i n g CO.
o f the recent British naval operations of equipment cn the council, who is in and on all the sectors of the 33-mile
at Zeebrugge, the German submarine Washington.
front where they gained edges of the
T hos . C oatks . P rksiijknt .
base on the Belgian coast.
Plans for an Initial flight across the Venetian plateau they are being sore-
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Atlantic this fall are already well ad- ly harassed by the fire of the Italian
Large units o f German shock troops
O F T IL L A M O O K C O U N T Y . O R K iO N .
American co-operation is guns and rifles and by the machine
which had been concentrated on the sought, and General Brancker hopes gun fire and bombs of the allied avi
western side o f Rheims,
between that the first machine to make the ators who have done such notable exe TILLA M O O K C IT Y ,
Vrigny and Ornes, and v.hich went crossing will carry both British and cution since the attempted drive was
over to assault Wednesday night, were American pilots.
met with such an awful fire from the
Monster preparations had been made :
A t least three British pilots, regard
French defense that they were unable ed as qualified for the trip, are here by the Austrians for what was to be
keeps you posted
to make the slightest progress.
and several types of machines prq- the death blow to King Victor Em- '
| duced in England have ample fuel ca- manuel's men.
Pieter Troeistra, the Dutch Socialist pacity for the 40 hours of flying it Is
Thousands upon thousands of men,
on all important
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leader, who, after a conference with estimated the trip would take
many of them brought from the Rus
Philipp Scheidemann, leader o f th e 1 The attitude of the American gov-
happenings of the
T ILLA M O O K ,
German Socialist party, intended to go ernment toward the project has not and stores in tremendous quantities i
General had been parceled among the various
to London to attend the annual con been
ference o f the British Labor Congress, Brancker laid stress on the fact that commanders for the drive over a bat
w ill not be permitted to enter Eng
blaze a new trail to Europe, over from the Asingo plateau to the Piave
W e also do
land, according to the Ix>ndon Stand
which American aircraft can be de and then to the sea.
Aiding the Italians in the mountains
livered next year without taxing ship
were British and French armies. T er
General Henry A. Greene, who has ping.
Presumably the plan arises from the ritory taken in the mountains was al
been in command o f the 91st division
of all kinds at
National Army at Camp Lewis, Wash., purpose of the British ministry to most as quickly regained and the en
carry the bombing warfare into Ger emy held in check.
L. S. HUSHBECK, Proprietor.
has been ordered to report to Washing
Along the Piave, especially on the
many on a steadily increasing scale.
ton. No explanation o f the order was
A fter General Brancker had made Montello plateau, the gateway to the
forthcoming from the War depart public his plans. Secretary Baker said Venetian plains from the northenst,
ment. Brigadier-General Frederick S. that no army aviation officers had yet and at several points farther south, Dining Room run on Family Style
Foltz has been placed in command at been assigned to work In' conjunction where the Austrians succeeded in
crossing the river, the Italians every- i
Camp I-ewis temporarily.
with the British on the project.
Successful navigation of the air to where imposed such strength against
A trust fund o f $50,000 to be held Europe is to be hoped for, he said, but the enemy that he was unable to en
for 500 years, the income from which no definite plan to attempt It is now large his gains and then, with re
is to be divided each 50 years and ex before government officials.
doubled efforts, forced him to com
pended for social welfare work, is set
mence the retrograde movement which I
has developed into disordered flight.
aside from the estate o f the late
Yankees Hold 38 Miles o f Front.
Charles W. Fairbanks, as a memorial
Washington. D. C.— American sol
to his w ife, by his w ill filed for pro
Hoard to Fix Streetcar Fares.
diers are now holding the fighting line
bate in Indianapolis. The value o f the for a distance of 38 miles on the west
Washington, D. C. — The national
entire estate is estimated at $2,150,- ern front, according to information war labor board announced Sunday
given members o f the house military , that after the hearings beginning Mon
Jacob Julius Stern, a silk merchant committee Saturday at the weekly con day if will adopt a definite policy on
ference with Secretary Baker and Gen the question of the ability of street
claiming to be an American citizen,
railway companies to pay wage In
eral March, chief of staff.
was arrested Wednesday in Paris on a
This mileage is held by "all-Am eri creases to employes without increas
charge o f commerce with the enemy. can” forces under command of Ameri ing fares. The board will also deter
He was born in Germany in 1852, and can officers, located at six different mine a minimum wage rate based on
30 years ago went to the United places along the fighting line. Other the increased cost of living.
"It is the Intention of the board that
States, where he founded the business Americans are at the front with Brit
! it will adopt a definite policy on the
firm o f Stern & Stern with h « brother, ish and French units.
Member» o f the committee were told question of ability to pay on the basis
Emil, who is now in the United States
and his two sons are serving in the again that there was no thought of of facts and arguments presented at
diminishing the movement of troops their hearing, which will be an open
| across the Atlantic because of the op- one."
Says the announcement: "T h e for-
The Vienna city council on Tuesday, ] eration of U boats off the American
mulation of such a policy, whatever It
I f you are in the market for a good Dairy Ranch we can
according to a dispatch received in coast
A fter the conference Representative happens to be, w ill be a matter of
Amsterdam, passed a resolution pro
you something that will interest you. We have some
g-eat importance to the cities of the
testing against the reduction o f the j Caldwell, of New York, said as far as
! America is concerned, "the war will I country generally, but especially to
bargains. Money is made dairying in Tillamook
bread ration. The Vienna labor coun ‘ begin next September.” By that time those cities where wage controversies
County. Why not get a chunk o f this money.
cil, after conferring for many hours on materials now being manurfactured exist between the street railway cor- !
the same subject, passed a resolution win be raady In great abundance for i porations and their operatives. Conn-
renewing its demands for the “ speed making the presence of American . sel representing these companies, as |
T A Y L O R REAL E STATE A G E N C Y
iest general peace, notwithstanding troops felt by the enemy, and the fight ' well as counsel for the respective mu-
the great obstacles at present in the ing planned for the United States nicipalities and the employes' organl-
I zations will be heard upon the point.” I
soldiers will have begun.
way o f peace endeavors.”
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
NATIONAL BLD., - TILLAMOOK, ORE.
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ROBERT H. McGRATH
J. N. PEARCY
E. J. MENDENHALL
928 Chamber of Commerce,
F. R. BEALS
Money to Loan
Real Estate Agency
The Todd Hotel
Rooms 50 and 75 Cents, Special
Rates by the W eek.
LIST YOUR FARM WITH
Taylor Real Estate Agency
IF YOU WANT TO SELL IT.
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