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'i.nli.il. Or. Jni. 21. (Hpfdttl)
I'Md di-moriat ration work by the On
fdti AcrtnjHurnl College, widening
the urfulm of thxt Institution
greatly, will lo rcnlUftl In ii much
i larger ''Xl'Mil limn litis hitherto bcun
lwihle tf H'-ni.t hill No. 72 in passed
1 y lit lilltttr. Thin mvixiuru pro
vM for the r jipropr 1 o t lort of money
by tlip ataln and counties lo carry on
e-iwrliYn hold i(tiiontrni. -n work
among (tin farmer themselves.
The bill wit drnwn by the Contra!
Oregon Development league. In eon.
inaction with tltv Oregon Drviiloprnrnl
League and the Oregon Slate Hunkers'
Association agrlcultiir-l committee. It
provides for n well nrganix-d system of
lliifcl k. conducted by exports unlor
the direction of tho O. A. C. Thu dem
dim t ration in agriculture will In; givon
In different part of llio tatc uihI lliu
plmi i tvhnt mlbt Ii" cutlvil a
torn of trsvulln nKTlculinritl e lxU.
Thcrrt l fuvrul In 1m nt'l for llitu
nork, (Mirtirularly In thu nownr ooe.
tiniM of lh ntnlt wliTti dvttb'n ru
llnrklnc in him) taking Inml. 'I'hpy tntmt
Im Rivn url in the proper t;rlcul-
: luil inlh.l uiloJ Ui tbp country If
j (hy tc lo pruepor. mt leirin)iliBtton
work by Uie UIh IU(?c ! till
ml k it righl. Th pon for the bill
l xtrmly nmctirl, meantne Lo
! tiiwo th rinKrouUun work right out
motit th frmr o they will not
! hv? to waits vahiabra Umv (n vUltinc
Vrw fur point, U i tburtiffhl friend
'of the ns.Hrultur IntotwU of Kite
j tni will rUy to iM suppcrl of the
i hill u ih loliiivrv wid tocuro lu
Tlw prrt )r i likly W wit--
j tho wwptftton of nnUtr rm;rij4
' iurro tl trrn blf f t-i tt, .
'"fl Urirn Ktuiorn. twirK Hi ill from
. Vnlu wnwttwanl to Uog MoujiUin, t '.0 1
inllu ti pr!im: fnwrith'y ''! ..rJJt
I itMK mrri ay itwy will ompl'-t th
, rontt onion for thU dtatanrc within
tb yiir. l'K MownUin i nrnr llt!id
ml it l tmiveted th ltn will then Ik
r.tciMil lo n fuui,cotiin with lb
Southern 1'nctflc Nnlron KUmath
, road txtw bciliK built.
To r thr lnRinlNtlx'o wluiolit ro
nrou'wl, n numbrr of dolcifntf lo the
rorrnt OrvRun Irrigation roniircao
I wore pat.-:iKrni on n aneeipil trnin
tliti rarriiti tliem to Kaleui for the
' ovenin of tl acaaion ami later t'mty
j viaitiNl tb n tn to inaiittitiotiM nt Cor-
vlli awl KuKono. Tli Irriauon
1 Con k rata wu iHitnblu im lioitiR tht?
tnowl iinirtntit Catherine of irriga
I tluniaU "vor hold in thin Muto. iiimI the
' visit of the liolugntott to lliocnpiUl wiik
full of internal.
I MetnoriaU to ConrojK on inijHirtnnt
mil.jfct hiivn boon iiropnrod by tho
Ori'K't'" Itjtaltittirc. Otui imkei for n-
; prtiriation for the iinpruvomcnl of
Tilhiin.iok. Vnijui.:a nml Coon buy.
Another ituimoritil h for tho pro
tovtton of miurittory kuhio binln nnd
iiiKithor tij-i:otta a fcdornl hiw to curb
j the divorot' ovil.
Tho Kutisoll Sui;o I'oiindiition Iiuh
proliitl (ho piiblic Hi'hiMtl synto'iiH of nil
thu Stilted mid limit) Orouoii ranJ.
IMh in otlk'lniii.'y nimint; thu IS coin
iiiniiwoiiltliH of tho tuition. This stiitc,
howiiviT, Is found to Htiiml !lrt in
IMiInt of ittttiiiihitico. tho pcrocntnKU
WRONG MAN RECEIVES CHECK.
Jus. Hurry, of l'orthtml, wns recent
ly nrri'stcil hero becittiHO of sotn mix
tip oror n ?00 check. Tho check
wuh proitiiniibly drawn by Kate
Dowd and forvvanled by Harry's altor
liny to Hurry at HriKhton vhoro it wan
eiibhud by Don IOIIIh the saloon keeper.
Upon proaonliiiK' tho cheek at tho bank
ICIIIb dlHcovored that onlem hud beun
t'lven for the nou-pnymont of the
check, whoreupon Kllis had Harry
arresiled, The authorities uro await
iiii? udvico from Portland boforo an
other movo will ho inudo in tho matter.
Later: Accordinir to word which
Sheriir CreiiMhaw jtmt recolved over
tho wires tho Hurry who bus been ar
.rested hero is tin inipositor. It seomH
that thu letter and check In n,ucstion
wero intended fur n Jus. Hurry at
HriKhton, Wnsh., nnd that because ot
the letter boiiih' misdirected It fell into
the hands of Jus. Harry at HriKhton,
Ore., who at once proceeded to have
thu time of his llfo anil K"t i!001' tul
tlrtink. Harry Is now behind tho burs
at tho county jail.
Suhscrilio for tho Herald, It comes
twice n week,
Lrgt Delegation of Citiicni Pretend
Complaint in Regard to City
On Thnriwlny evuninK, In arponlnncc
with h prnvlotu nrrnriemrnt, the coun
cil met and heard complaint" from
properly owner It) reKurd to Uie ro-
ciilly laid pavement and ncwerr and
tb? propped imcniiriptiU thcron.
Mr. Dwixbt and olhem hud made a
pTorml InvMtlKat on of the pavement.
cutting wiiiid out here and then; in
dlfforetit prU of town i.ml brought
the imni! to the council room an ovi-
derici? in regard lo the corMlltlon of the
pvcrnvnt. ApcordlriK to the aarnplo
which ilr. DwlKht prmlueed tho pave
ment crumble up under thu lightest
rtwittunce when taken from too troeU,
mwI dtHts not ndhere and form a oom
pnet maji like tho immplo winch were
brought niitl olmwn to the nooplo txrforo
the contracUi woro lot. Mr. tJtwiker,
who ha chnrjjo of tho construction
work for the Warron Conatruction 'Jo.,
explained that oor ptiveineol i nt pres
ent in i i. eur -Into and that tho form
lit.; of tho whole inu a compact llliu
otfly cornea through much wunr. Mr.
DWiebt aUo roiortd that ho fourvi the
U'ftckuo uf tlw pavement deficient, in
ninny place binx from one lo om- nnd
incbe l in tcicknva than the
(Wilract called for. Mr. Dwigbl nlo
ro(Hirlii that thu curbing hud not been
laid ftccortiini' u contnicl.
A little oxcilement wtt occtwionud
by a nuti'.acn'. made by Attorney S. S.
Jflnaou t Ibc effect thai il luoi been
ctt-ftft-- at the ineueeior for tho city,
V.r. D-wig, hNrf boen removed to an
otltitr jjo ofier complaint, by him to
upturn .of our oltte4ul. thai, tho work
under bi inspection was not botnc
done in accordance ith thu roquiro
tnc.iU of the contmct.
Mr. Doerge into that after tbue
ootnpleinu were made ho wn aigneU
the inh.ctorhip of the Material at the
Warren Construction Company' plant.
When bo presented birruelf for duty nt
the plant nc wn ordered by Iho fore
man "to u ouUidc, tbnt he bnd no
buiineas there. " Thu onler, he Mtyi.
was Inter eontlrino! by City Knineer
He slates that ho continued his ser
vice to tho city despite those umbar
raaement, and did his best to protect
the interosU of thu city.
After coniderable discussion pro and
con, it wns decided tnul the city coun
cil should muut with a citizens' com
mittee eonststine; of A. G. Heals, W.
U. Dwi(ht, II. F. GcKxlsjieetl, F. S.
U'bilebuusc, Dave Martiny and G. it.
Ward, and toother with Mr. Speaker
of the Warren Construction Co., go
this Friday afternoon vo Ulil'urunt purls
of the city and there cut out samples
and make thorough tnvcstii;"tion of the
street work ; and that one of the sam
ples obtained should be taken outside,
ticompauicd by a Wnrren Construction
Co. man and a m:tn selected by the cit
rons of Tillamook, to a chemist, whore
it would be examined as to its qualities.
To sum the whole thing up as ex
pressed by the citizens assembled, till
tho people want is what they are
asked to pay for, and thoy are evidently
going to see that they get it.
About the only criticism that we
have heard in regard to the adminis
tration is to tho oiled that no meeting
should have been called or held for the
purpose of making an assessment until
thu council had made a thorough inves
tigation of the pavement as is being
now done by the citizens themselves.
lu conclusion wo might say that tho
council to a man have expressed them
selves us desirous of seeing that a largo
majority of tho tax payers tiro sutisiied
with the pavement before any assess
ment is made.
Ten DAy Special At Ray&Co'i, Store.
T11W SANITARY WIDTH STORK.
Folgois Golden Gato linking Powder.
8 oz 'JOc.
10 oz :i5c.
5 lb 1.45
A. H. Nuptlm Soap Powder.
1 pound 5c,
1 pounds 20c.
Royal Club Seeded Rusins,
3 Pkgs. for 25c.
Hndgcr Statu Conii? for '-5c,
American Suulincs in Oil (! for "5c
Pourl Whitj Soap, C for 25c.
Ann & Hummer Soda -1 pkgj. for 23c.
i YEAR OF GREAT
Larue figure, a'jtno f tftem rlinn
report!-breaker, huvo lxr?r altninod In
the mineral output of the United StaUs
for 1012, according to the eci luU of
tho United Stolon Geological Survey.
The tlguro of coal producto.r. ar the
rnoit ecnflnlforial, all previnu record?
having bon aurpasscl by about SO,-
1 000,000 ton, an Incrcam: l to the
uiiai prJUCtiou oi me cnjniry -tw
year ngo. Thu production for 1911
wa 4M.22I,103 hort ton; tbr .cli
mate for 1012 U oM,000.fJ00 lfi. and
j the final figures may even reach a atill
The production of copper was alo
the largootin the hlitory of the iwlo.
try, the high-water mark ronched in
1011 being handsomely kurjmjistMl. Ac
cording lo the slu'utics nnd estimates
received by the Survey the output of
blister and Ijike copper was 1,2.10,000.
000 pound in 1912. comparcxi with
1,007,232,7 !0 pounds in 1911, the re
pective valoe being nearly J200,f50.
OW and $IT7,1M,002. The ptodocUon
of reft nod copper is oalimnted at
l.MO.OOO.OOO pound in 1912, compared
with 1. 433.876, 020 pounds in 1911. Tho
production in Aricona iny have ex
ceeded 3rV),000,000 pound, not only a
record output for Arizona but a record
for any Sute fcr any one year.
Th4 gokl-mining indutrj' of the
United Sutei wa generally normal
in !?12 but tb Survey estimate in
dicate the smallest production ince
WIT, when the output was rahied at
a.43S.700. That for 1912 is esti
mated at )l.C8a.l(& In 1909 the gold
production .reached very nearly the
Alaska' mineral output in 1912 i
eitimalod at S2I.SS0.0OCI in value an
increase of $1,200,000 over the flgtsre
for 1911. Of the total far 1912 tho
fio-W. rrofluctjoo tea valued at Sl,r
6S0.0O3. The total vahie-of Alaska's
mineral production since 1890. when
mining began in tho Territory, is stated
in round numbers at j229,CO0.OO0 of
which $202,000,000 Is ropreented by
the value of the gold output.
In silver pn-luetion in tho United
State in 1912 the indication are for
a possible output of ol.OOO.lOO line
ounces, the highest figure since 1S92,
when the production was estimnloJ at
63,500,000 ounce. The high price
generally paid for silver, copper and
lead in 1912 stimulated production.
The average price for silver for the
year is stated at 00.9 cents nn ounce.
In lead the preliminary figures of
the Survey show a small decline in
1012 from the high record figures of
1011, the output of refined load, de
silverized and soft, from foreign and
domestic ores, being 530,665 short tons
in 1912 and 4S6.976 short tons in 1911.
tho value of the 1912 output is stated
at U1,290,S50. The domestic produc
tion of lead ore is stated to be about
20,000 tons greater than the 1911 out
put of -1-11,1 S7 short tons.
In the zinc industry the figures show
n phenomenal activity. The produc
tion of primary spelter in 1912 is esti
mated at 823,901 short tones from do
mestic ores and 11,009 tons from for
eign ores, a total of 3.tS,G30 tons, val
ued at $10,731,000, compared to 2S0,
520 tons valued at $32,603.90-1, in 1911.
Quicksilver production in 1912 shows
a heavy gain over tho 1911 production,
which itself showed a great gain over
that of 1910. The 1912 figures are
Btnted at 25,117 flasks of 75 pounds
each, worth $-12,01 a pound, or $1,057,
1S0, The production of iron ore in 1912
was, according to Survey estimates,
from 25 to 22 per cent greater than
that of 1911, tho figures for 1912 being
between M.500.000 and 57,500,0000 long
tons, against -13,550,033 tons in 1911
It is believed (wssiblo that tho record
figure of 50,SS9,73t tons roduced in
1910 may bo exceeded by tho 1912 out
Tho United States continued to lead
the world in petroleum production in
1912 In fact, produced more than all
the rest of the world -and is estimated
to huvo about maintained thu tremend
ous record of 220,1 19,391 barrels made
in 1911. Tho Geological Survey's es-
timato for 1912 is 220,200,01X1 barrels.
Tho estimated value of tho 1912 out
put, however, is much greater than
that of 1911, the figures being $150,
000,000, against $131,114,752.
Kill Two Men.
COMMERCIAL CLUB WILL MEET
Thcro will bo a mooting of tho Com
mercial Club on Tuesday evening, A
full attendance is desired.
Wolf Creek Sc.-ne f Deplorable
Accident. P. R. L N. Workmen
Killed and Injured.
On Wednesday morning Wolf Creek
was the seen'- of a most distressing
accident, wherein two P. R. d N.
laborers were killed and three were
Two large tree fell dmcn a steep
moon tain side and demolished two
home occupied by workmen. One of
the houses wrecked was occupied by
the section foreman Wm. Conley and
the cook (.oats M. Dudrcy and wife
and little girl of seven years of age.
The other house was occupied by Japs.
The Jap honse whs completely de
molished and mashed flat to the ground.
At this boose one Jap was killed, two
wire injured and four got out without
One tree crashed down through the
boose occupied by the section boss ami
killing the cook .Mr. Dudrey instantly
and seriously injuring the foreman Mr.
Conle). ginning nn beneath the tree.
The -rash came at about 5:30 in the
t. rnir f and Mr. Dudrey and Mr. Con-!e.-
were up. while Mrs. Iltidrey and the
little girl er still in bed.
A s. n as tSe crash came Mr. Dud
rey wv,n hi.' u."?" s'jptne in one end
of the 'U--- ut and MiteJ the
little g .-; ' iuu. been sleeping in the
other end t' t.- ' s . over th tree
whieh hade ,uwn through the
middle of tlv )-- juc, all the while cal
ling Mr. Dc-rey. vino gave no sign of
being talive fr t. the first. During
this time, ho.. . -t, Mr. Conley and the
injured Jap we. ' ing for assist
ance. Mr. Dwu.y with her little
girt left the ruc It tV?Tr night clothe
and for twenty n .:- in the
snow to their wa irn shouted for
assistance, bor-i ' ' ar e the Ital
ians and Gree' rio vere located
about fifty rif -s r up the track.
Finally the fore'g r can but would
render no assistat . i.rr.e of them
went into the shs and rifled Mrs.
Dudrey's value t..-.i tn;-fc therefrom
$110.00 all the momr.. the poor woman
had, and a gold w. tcn. Au-r the
theft, the entire bun.-h ? foreicners
left without raising a hand to assist her.
Shortly after this Mrs. Dudrey suc
ceeded in attracting the attention of
the bridge crew which went to work at
seven o'clock and they su -ceeued in
getting the dead and ir jured men out
from under the wreck in short order.
Later word was sent to Dr. :lwk who
with necessary assistance went to the
scene of the accident and prepared
the dead and injured for shipment to
this city arriving here at about four
.Mrs. Dudrey was taken in charge by
the railway people and left at the Toud
Hotel where she and her little girl
have received every possible attention.
A subscription list is being circulated
and over a hundred nnd ntlv dollars
have alreadv been subs-ribed towards
their, relief y our people.
If possible the bodv of Mr. Dudrey
will be taken to Portland for burial, all
depending on how soon we may get
The injured men were taken to the
Dr. Hoals hospital where they are re
covering as fast as can be expected.
They are all hurt very severely, one of
the Japs being near death's door. Mr.
Conley tho section fereman is recovei
Notice is hereby given to all persons
owing William Hadley, agent of the
Wheeler Lumber Company, for lumber
that nil such bills should be paid to T.
II. Goyne, at his otllee in Tillamook
City, Oregon, . instead of to said
Dated January ICth, 1913.
Wheeler Lumber Company,
Ry B. L. Rector.'
MWr io-iiM nsXSs si-Sj-4$Ni-S
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