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WORK AS REVIEWED
HENRIETTA HAS EXCITING TRIP.
Oi 'fui'Mlny Uw UtifirielU lfl TilU
.'Xk I ily for a ilw p n:n (bUtux lrii,
tnklni; Willi hvr U (liUtv'wu pa'n-
K-r Or Monk. f. AflMr Mt wifti,
Senate Well Up wllh Vork but J. .v..t.hv. mxi wtf, s. i. MrCawi, Felix Diaz Released from Pris
llmirr. P,.,,nln,l 1 "' i rHH llunlkriU Al
House Congested ; GttrillM.J( lyf yMh BfMj lwo yottm; mc(
p't Ml'-artl. Tim rrw eomUtixL of
IJslettt. Tb clo. of llin fmirlh pi. -;i,nn,lt Jtmkliw. Wltr Oliver,
""k of ili li-ilatit nH)ittin fotilxiul Knuln(ir Hot ton. (
ill ( wall up iti IU work, only 3 Tim HurtriotU crofi th Imr ni!
lw nittr lmlK lull or for iSImiuI J'i o'clock ntwl w.jnt down to ,0 rfroU "'""d" M'Jco Hty. took
ltilrt fm4nt hikI Haul iihmir.v $ctnrU Hwkji, wbrv Uto jiawomjw 0:1 of lb" l'uWe l"UUlni5. no
r mtUBIIon w iti l i IIIlBtunr la tt il fi.r wMI.. I ..il., il, 1. ,.f ."own i"i-.-ii aanereoui in me
lit" hou llmt brmicli of llio jimkui. lock. " irlw:i 0.4i
on Leads Revolt Ousting
Anxlct) Cttj, A!x -Th'j nny r
Wy In o Uwily uIobkwI Ui tlo lank : - At Uol 3 olk n dnSi w, wnt
of clMriflf! U. cl.mtlir Lfor Ui ,iotic ml Cupl. Junkinn llionRbt ho
clo of th 10 Uy votitxl ll b !hij brtUr oridoovor to put ovor Urn
frwIlBloiM unilwinkliii Ur. jr nrrivwl at tho lor lit nbou:
Tint lat dty for Introduction of billi , U:t frwivl It Ux rouj;h, no ho
brtwiglii forth mi niulaitch lu both ( (Bmi for the NVbulom bar which he
ih rnwit mt lb hou ibut imnrly J foumJ tttt hIo loo ro0,li for liU boat.
witit clrk. With iioum- IIU nct movo w; to innko for th
iat SH MIU htl Imhmi laootlucwl In J (oumbiu r liitht hi) which in ita
lh wil o far Oil mIoii mnl tn ' itpttkil mIk,uIIx itiilo uuUitlo tin. bur.
WO In ihit hooM, or total of 'th HwrlclU arrivml nt tbo lii;ht hlp
9tt bllti. for the MUrtofi. Tbl In JuM Ut ,ttKut 12 o'clcwk and romainw) thuro
or Mil tbnn tir liirotluwl UI,t 0:30 W"Jiieduy mornio; whn
two yours o. i the taflJ jfor Antoriu makliiK tho
.moor tb luitMirwiit mritirii t jbr without any troublu.
loe tho booo wt. th rknifn' j CfUin Jonkitu tatl tlml in de
ootuiMHtMtlcw act ami Ih Uwirtl uf , cWnK for the fta.'uly ol hi pMcnyrii
ootiool bill. Iloth bmnchmi t'l j ho llj:uril that ho had on chntico in a
lb rlo'a iriilon bill ami th Mult- ( hu'itdrvil of landing Uim nafoly over
iwmab Mibool toAchur-mmorn. Th j ib, Tlllmnwik bar, while ho had nino
liumr ml BtnutwtiK'iii dnfiKitpd
In tho Uouao Th mimt" tMMMl ih
minimum bill for wotnon an4
inlnoro. th mriiur ptacloK Hit cha-V
In lil lantUutlonii unUrr ntntn mjK-r
vUJon. (hr bill nrnomlltiK thn dlroct
I'M mar)- ami ih railroad hrAdtlght
innaatirn, .Vu laren nliprofirlnlliui bllli
liava 3!"1 ittlmr boumi Tb ootiook
(or tbn iaaaK" Of ROOil roads teglalo
tton licit wo.-k U .ucfllmit.
LcuUlalurc Akcd to Give 18.2S7.61
Aitroirtatloti olrnady imkr-d from
thn QrouonJrKlatalure. nud now undrr
cotiaidtfroUnn by Itm Joint wnjm nnd
chancen in tn of making th Colurabt
river In aafvty. K tharo wnt tiuthioc
ul for tfu m to do but to make for
tho Culumbia Kivr bar.
A oon a oiiblu the Honrictta
lartvl on Uur return trip 'jo Tillmnnuk
arriving bvtv on Thursday afturnuon
with tho follou'ini; juennurs: I)r,
Monk. Jtdiii Cock ami tho two ciru
from Garibaldi. The other pa!o!)i;cni
rcturiuti by irein nrriUnif here about
an hour after tho Henrietta did.
There wnn omo anxic'y in regard
tn'tlnj -wolfar? of tbw -on tho- boat
until abonl 10 J30 WwiniMMlay inorninj;
wn cotnnittti'i of ihu Iiouk and J when wwl was received here by th
n.tiatB. ha rvnehed tho huKo total phone that all had arrived in safety a
of IS.2ST.SJ1 07
only four voO-n wr muiiler'-d
BEnlimt tho ntlbttHuto Jilt I by tlif nen
ato judiciary C4iiniuitt kIvIdk pownr
to n ipptniu dictrtct nttorueya. sheriff
and cotia(Abl, and Hot uttltui
uieaoure iad III it unalo.
The draatic provlklonN of ttif ori
r.lnnl bill, which rt I low ml the Rovornor
Ktiinuinrlly to Mipplaul Much otftclnbi.
er inalnrinlly noflniiml In the ner
bill. I'nder tint now bill ufflelnU tuny
bo iujiplantod for periodH of 90 ilnys,
but only nftur they liuvc been bHcii a
hearttiR In eourt mid the circuit JudK"
(I (Hi Id on that Ktiah officer lmn not been
faithfully execution tho criminal laivi
of the atate.
With no member but Dltulck votitu
In tho lietttlve. the w Idow'b pnn.ilon
moiiaure. Introduced by tho committed
on health and public) moral by re
i,; '( of the Oregon uoilKretot of mo
ihera, puared tho ntumte, nnd on IioIiir
emolled. a Hem to tho Kovoruor.
who wlenrd the bill
He(ut to Submit Home Rule.
Notwithstanding the fact that tho
geuate had HAiictloiied thu HiibiulnMton
to tho pKOple in ltll of the so-called
homo rule amendment, rinsed by tlio
iMHiptu lit l'Jlo, the houoe. by u vote
if :1J to 2b, ic .'uxed no tu Buhmll tliu
urn .Mlment and it . ill not, therefore,
;o to tho peoi'lu thruiiRh tho modliiut
of the loKiMlnturo. It la tntlmnted li ro
dial It will, however, bo otod on by
;m um or tho iulUntUo.
1 he Maliulioy nml McColloch reso
lution, currying u proposed connUtu
llmuil niiu iidilieut, tit VKltilC thn uia
i.Ioiim of the lociahituro, pusncd the
iieunti' doaplto homo opposition. The
propoHod iimeudmoiit provldoo th.it
IiIHh be liiiiodueed for llio firm '.'U
day n only, ihemi St) duyH to bo followed
b) mi iidjouinmeiit of not Iobh than 60
luyH nor more tJuin SO duyH, and tho
liilliiuce of the uoHflloil to bo devoted
to i-onhlileratlim of lOKtuiuiion.
Itoopena Wy For Income Tax.
Two roHoliitloim to place before the
votorti important coiuitllutloiiiil araend
moutK rohitlnK lo taxation were pann
ed by tho bonne.
Ono resolution Ih practically an
ulillHB uot to put Into effect tho initia
tive iiieuBiiro panod at the ll loo
lion to exempt houehld cooda. It U
lield by many lawyer lliut aucu a
oitubllnt: net will b MCMiwr7 to
leKiilho tho meaaui.
l'lio other propoaM aMmdmeat
would oputi llio way for a aUto i
oomo lux. It Ih practically a aupucaw
of tho liioomo tux meamiro, Uot4
lit tho liml olootlon kjr only 250 win,
Short Ballot Title PaiMi Both Hmih
llio boniuo hn aent on to th go
ornor KuprcKontutlve llurd'a kill
JUDGE KELLY REN
Too followlni; cane which were
taken under ndvineraent by Judge Kelly
al tlto November term of court nave
been disused of a follown;
In tho 1 1 ad ley vs. II ml ley case an
order was iniido ovorrulini; dofendnnt'a
motion to dismiss the ease nnd Attorney
Oak Nolan will be rinittcd to pro
ruwl wiih tho cao in ttjo nami of the
plaintilf. This wm u case wherein the
widow of tho Into C. H. lladlny Bued
for her share of the proKirty in the
settlement of the estate, hut after the
cane had boon tiled, she fettled with
other heirs without tho consent or nil
vice of her uttornoy Oak Nolan. Mr.
Nolan who was about to bo loft with
out any compensation for services til
ready rendered, will now be permitted
to proceed with tho case and if ho wins
w ill undoubtedly get n handsome nt
In tho case of M. S. Copchiml vs
Nehaloin Coal Company, tho jude
ordered that Copoland recover $13,070
IH); that C. A. I'enrson nnd Paul Shra-
der jointly recover ?W(.1H5; that H
SiHlerltind fecover Iho sums of &IS1.14
and fo'.h.tU; that Paul Shrador person
ally recover G'J.HS.
In the CheboyKim 'I'imber Company
vs, iinyH tho jmi. lound lor llio plain
C, A. HurKKrnf, architect, of Albany,
litis been in tho city this week confer-
riiUf with tho l.O.O.F. l.olgo in rejiuni
lo plans for the construction of their
now two-story bulldiiiK which will bo
erected on their property on tho corner
of Second Ave. ICast and Second Street.
Mr. lturuKraf nlao conferred with tho
Miomnic lluildiue Association in rcgurd
to plans for their now building which
will ipiitu likuly ho built this cctniui;
vltllni; for a short ballot title t lnltia
live measures, In addition to tho usual
title, which lu not more than 11 words
will rIvo n "catch lino." tin a ready
iiihle to voters, suttlui forth th uamo
by which tho uieasuro is oomaionly
ntvltiB a hoarty Indorsement to tho
,'rojrct, tho committee authorlied by
tho lenlsluture and headed by Gover
nor West to Investigate the ropaed
Colllo powor projoct, has reported
back with tho recoramendaUan that
tho lawinakors set aside the aitm of
115,000 with which to co-operate with
tho state of Washington In making
thorough estituatos and aurvaya al Um
era I Felix Wax, laader of
the Vtra ("rut rorolt, tioil General
i;rardo Itt-yea, from prison, aod, fall
lug tn'o Kp under the Dtaz banner
-Irttially enptured tb Mvxtcan capital
A pltctieMl battle was fous;h
Tt:tf Jay aaons the skjracrapp-.
.tiiu hoir- of the city btweon thu
cr;itndtng forte, caanoo roartnc v.
itoe airfrtit nni rlfl? bulbu pattcr!nr
a;w-lat the walla that hooaod thou
uodi' of fqiu'.encrs a well a th-
ountrymen of the combatants.
Kt!mate of casualtiaa run aa hi;).
am lOoo. Tho dead cerv.lnly wlil be
counted by hundr-'!.
Throo Atmrican are known to hnv
suffered Injuries by stray bullet
Thy arc Ioyd Osborne, tho author
who waa aitot In tho tliiuh: Dr. It 11.
McCroson. of Lincoln, Nob., and Mnrl
Jtohohou. ti negrd, of Madison. III.
Scarcity four blocks separated
heavy guns of tho opposlnge forces.
but the sheila fell throughout tho on
tire city. In no section were the in
habitants safe. Office bulidlncs. do
voiad until now to the battles of bust
noss. were turned Into fortresses.
Washington. Throe additional bat
tlohblps will bu sent to the east coast
of Mexico cr.d orders will bo Issued al
onco for Uio Immediate placlnK In com
imn-lon of two army-trnmM)rl" for
the transport of troopa to Mexico City
for tho protection of tho lives of Amor-
.leans and foreigners should tho situa
tion there srow any worse.
W. Va. Sheriff Arrests Legislators
Charleston, W. Vn. Four members
of tho house of delegates and one mew
ber of the s-nato of West Virginia
wero nrrested at a hotol hero by Sher
iff Hill on charges of having accepted
money for their voles In tho contest
for I'nlted States senator.
NEW YORK POLICE
New York. Two million four hun
dred thousand dollars graft from gam
blots, poolroom men nnd lllegnl resort
keepers $1,200,000 for tho captains
:uul their collectors. $600,000 for In-
upeclors, $C0O,Ot)0 into tho hands of
ono man nnd then cut again, divided
Into throe parts, one for a hotel man.
one for n man who represents an of-
flco holder, and the third for a man
who presented himself for another official.
Through tho confession of Captain
Walsh it has been learned, the amount
alleged to have been collected for po
lice protection in his precinct was
about $1400 n mouth. This amount,
It Is alleged. Captain Walsh paid n
patrolman ?70 for collecting, nnd di
vided the remainder with nn Inspector.
Lake County Deal Closed.
Klnniiith Kails. A deal which has
boon pending two years was closed
when tho deeds to the lands held by
tho Oregon Military Land Oram com
pany were filed hero by tho Oregon
This land was originally granted for
tho construction of tho military wngou
road across tho Cascade mouutalus to
Lakevlew, iti Lako county. Tho grant
Ilea north of tho Klamath Indian res
ervation, that within tho resorvatloa
having been exchanged for lands out
side. There aro about 50,000 acres lu
Klamath county and the deeds call
for a consideration of about $4 per
acre. Much of the land la said to be
fino timber, some is good pasture and
soma good for agriculture. What their
plans a io for handling the lands are
not made public.
FIRE BOYS ENJOY FINE BANQUET.
Tho banquet Riven by the Firo Hoya
at the Todd Hotel on Thursday even
nit: was a succom In every way.
Thirtyciftht sat down to a most bount
C. N Drcv, the oldoat ox-mpt fire
man of tlw city waa praMnt n waa
also Wilbur Stiliwell aod P. W. Todd,
old exempt firemen.
Short talk wore given by C. X.
Drew, who told of the early days of
the Tillamook Fire Department, P. W.
Todd, C. I. Clouch. Tho. Coatos, Ft.
W. VVataon, Will Spaldimr, Sheriff
Crenshaw and Firo Chief Allan Page.
Giro. V. Rooney, agent for the Pacific
Sinter Fire Insurance Co., was present
awl gave the hays a good talk.
Mr. Hooncy stated that his company "
sometimes furnished tarpaulin to fire
companies, so that oods saved from a
fire could bo properly covered and sav
ed from damage while in the street.
In view of this fact President E. J.
Clausen and Chief Allan Page were
dirctcd to meet with Mr. flooney, and
make arrangements to secure some
tarpaulin for Tillamook.
The subj'ect of the reduction of the
water pressure was also taken up.
When the present water system was
first taken up the pressure amounted
to 110 pounds now it runs as low as
05 pounds. Something will no doubt
have to be done to remedy this trouble.
Three new members were taken into
the department Thursday evening.
The firemen will give their annual
ball February 22nd in the ComTijrcial
Tnc boys have certainly done splen
did work in recent ycarj ni have saved
the city thousands upon thousands of
dollars. Their efforts should be en
couraged and everything possible done
to upbuild their organization.
FOUR MASTER ON BEACH
Late Thursday night a four mast
sailing vessel the Mimi of Valpraiso,
Chili, went ashore just North of Neah-kah-nie
Mountain. A line was shot
ashore and one of the sailors went to
land and at once gave the news of the
unfortunate condition of the vessel.
The life saving crew was at onco
notified and a special train took the
crow that night as far as Nehalem
Hay. The life savers arrived on the
scene indue time but there was noth
ing for them to do as no lives wero in
danger and the boat was so high on
the sands that the men could walk
ushore at low tide. Thero is no hopes
of getting the vessel off.
OBITUARY OF JOHN A. WARD.
Women Destroy Valuable Plants.
London, Militant suffragettes do-
troyed many valuable plants and did
other damage, reaching a total of
$5000 In tho hothouses of tho Kow
Horticultural Onrdous horo. Thua
thoy developed another part of iholr
plan of campaign to force tho govern-
Kent to give the voto to woiueu,
John A. Ward was born in the State
of Ohio on tho eighth day of October,
He enlisted in tho Union Army in
Company "D" 13th Regiment Ohio
Volunteer Infantry on August 2nd,
1S62 and served to the end of tho war,
being mustered out June Sth, l$t5.
Ho was married to Lucetta Watkins
on May 17th, 1S06. Of this union there
were born eight children four of whom
survive, Mrs. Ella H. Apple, Teseott,
Kansas; G. H. Ward, of Tillamook,
Oregon; E. E. Ward, of Portland, Ore
gon ; James M. Ward, of Vancouver,
U. C, his wife having died in 1SS4.
In 1S75 he settled oa a homestead in
Kansas where he resided until 1SL2
when he, with his three sons, crossed
the plains by wagon, settling in Tilla
mook County, near Hebo, where he liv-
d continuously until ten years ago,
since which time ho has lived at vari
ous places on tho Pacific Coast and last
ly in Portland, Oregon where ho waa nt
tho homo of his son, E. E. Ward, at
the time of his death, February 11th,
He was a member of the G. A. R.
which order conducted tho funeral ser
vices at this city, February 13th, 1913.
Interment took place at tho I. O. O. F.
Cemetery East of town.
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