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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1913)
issued twice a week tuesday and friday
Largest Circulation of any Paper in "Tillamook County
TlU.A.MOOK, OlM'.f.ON, AlMMI. 2f), lill.'J.
First National Bank
WM, G. TAIT, President.
J. C. HOLOEN, Vice President.
interest Pnid on Time ftn! Saving
Under United States Government
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Everything 1 ou (Need
Price R.uiRlrtg from 25c to 60c,
Suited to All
U V Gunrttntcc to Satisfy.
Tl .LAMOOK DRUG STORE
KOCH &. HILL.
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i fVwn NotU l I'mioiltc
Sitnfction Guaranteed. Money Back if Not Satisfactory
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irst Class Tin Shop
w ?c i 1 sT f
in, Loppcr and Sheet meiai Tro,
Plumbing and General Repairing
illamook Sheet Metal Works
GUUI NNI.NWAl I) & KOIIKIIACII, Props.
Noxt Door to Tillamook Bakery
Shingles : Plaster ,
Root Paint : Drain Tile
Dcks and Warehouse Front St. between 2(1 and 3d Ave. West
JOHN I.KLANI) 1IRNUHRS0N
AHi'nwy 4t Law Ji'd NoUryiPiiMIc
AW : ABSTRACTS : KHAI. IiSTATIv
SURVEYING. : INSURANCE
W. L MOORE
W.i'n t. Moufr. for mny ycar
hfsd ( tlir VcaJnr Bureau, who was
tummaMly removed by President WII-IOH.
T0RN0W KILLED BY DtPUTY
Autopty tlrougrit to L'grtt That Three
Rullrlt Hit the OutUv..
Montmuino. Vh -John Toro
:u;i:m. pas paid tho twtmlt- for sU
Oi ir.lirc III Uxly. tot)tr wltii
tbuM of hi two taut victim, LoitU
l!;!r aud Crotrltv Ijiihrop. wm tttckwt
uu( of hU Hermit rvtrtutl In (be tiiouU'
TIm a'oj)r, iHftormt! ty it nuni
hot of phylclftii of tbc couol)'.
tmmbt (o Hshl that Tornow Unit Ivmii
bit tbrc Um wUti bullots. TJt flrt
oa to Mrlkc htm traotur) bl sVnll
ami cat nny it (urtiun of hair.
Tbt noxt liutli-t, (lonnlbty '. nlxlli
bo ftiwl Uy Oilr y-j'tnliy, n iluputy
khi rtff. ntniok tin; outiaw In the nocU,
pbuitiiff out Jiiftt undur l In) flVln umlrr
"p riKbi itmittr UUtKv The flnil
builot. which klltal Un murttiiror, )
trrml tin' left U'.it of the hunri umlor
ttio nr unit uanm out nt tlin tot ot
AN ALIEN BILL
Would hxcludc from Ownership
All Ali'ens Ineligible to
tfticrnmi'tito. - - ThrouKh tho ex
otuitiK"i of Mwraina but-wm'ti J'rwl
!ra WlUon anl (;ocmor Jobrmon.
tho nottliKl iMjIlry of llio Csllforiilu
niimlnUtniUoti on thr iii'Htlon of nll"ti
lawl OMiiwrabtfi. ft Bitrnl on taut Hun-
fdiiy, wan officially mailo known.
. (ovriior Johnaon nml hU party
lfl')ir lu l Mud' faror h land bill
'icludlnj; iroin owiicrahlii alt bIIodh
ho er. lutllKlble to citizmmhlp uudcr
lh law of Ui" U nftod Suiti'ii, and
wh law iirolwbly will lm iwumhI. In
vpito of llio obJUlWii from WahltiK
Tb" awmrUou la tuailo by thi i:ov
u-rttor tbnl Uiu auilo baa full authority
to pnaet Mich n law. anil that It would
not bo lb contravtintlon of any xlnt
liiK traaty. Ho In upliuld In thlx vlcw
by tb miijorlly Inadora In tbe npunto,
who root with blm anl agrtl on tbo
form of th tlfrapblc rply that wa
aunt to I'ronidont WIImjii'i m.KaR.
J. P. MORGAN
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Events Occurring Throughout
the State During the Past
Te)t Book Comrnlitlon to Reduce Cost
Silcm. A the law crtlnR tho
istj.tff text book comtnlwlor. was onact
rnl for the jmrpoae of making nchoot
courses uniform tbroush the slate and
reducing th coat of books to a mlnl-rr-um.
the attorney Kiraeral r;ndre(l
an opinion that the state text book
otnmliwlon had no authority to adopt
two or thrifo book In the aarno branch
cf . udy. In order to Rlvo teathera a
- -.;, oi. or to daignate books for
a C. Si E. LINE MUST REBUILD
Waabltttton. Am nxcbauRo of tele
Crania Uetw.r I'rewld.iiit WMtoon and
Oovunwir JoluiKin of California ix
prrMilnK on tlx onu band a hope that
no aJitl-ftlli'ii b'Blalntlon dlmtrlmlwiiorT
niaUimt Japiic b itaaawl and on thu
otbor iHmc from Ciillfornln Oiut
"mo vtobuion of tniaty obllgatlooB"
latiid. left tho wblti! bouno
famivt otflclftl eirolea uncertain nit to
In t!) uvoat W!l I patl ovr
ib tirowrl' rron W. ahintton It has
iBJKmMMi..'0.0 'i'l Rovrn-
tmut that wnuenmi uomoornts coum
l.rlns olwut n rfonmdum throuRb
u.cb tbo txrople of Callfonibt mlRht
veto on lh morltit of the propmml. As
n last roaon. however, a trt cane In
the cotirta la coaftdoatly oxpctod by
bSml advis ra of tb KuM-rtuneut lu-re
lo ctr up mitiafuctorily lht entire
i ABROGATION OF
i TREATIES SOUGHT
! SimblitRlon. -A domund for nbro
' unllon of two trenttca with (5r'it llrli
n;i boarliiK upon Ihthmlan cnnal rlr.hta
pr. iitfd to tbo Scnalo In n rrsolu
tlon by Spnator Chaiuburlnln, brAur.ht
n now tdciimnt to tbo canal contro
voray now In prunrons botwpen this
iHiuiitry and (in-at llrltnln ovi-r tlu
rlbt of tbc United Statoit to nxompt
AiiH'rlrnn coatitwlmi nblpM from tho
pa ) mi-. 1 1 of tnlU.
Sonator O'liorman. chairman of tho
intorooaulo owinla comtnlttoo which
iiniht bandlo on tint loRlblatlon In tbo
.-iHto. IndorHod tho prlnclplo ombod
lfd In tho Chamborlaln roHoliitlon.
Tbo Chauiborlaln roholutlon would
roipilro tho proHldent to procood at
oncii to tormlnato tbo llay-l'nuncofoto
tri"U) of 1901 and tint Olayton-lltilwor
trout) f 'ss-'. which It auponsedod.
In a matemont, Senator Chamborlaln
Hnld tbo troatloH and records would
how that tho Unliod Statos novor
plannod to Klvo (Iroat llrltaln such
treaty rl;ltt woulil Jtmttr.v tho pro
toBta th:it country bail mndo.
LORD CHURCHILL ROBBED
Encland' First Admiralty Lord Loiei
London. WltiHtou Churchill, first
lord of tho admiralty, has been tho
victim of a mokl darliiR and sonsatlon- j
at robbery. In which a beautiful and j
myatorlouH younr. woman l suspected
as the poitslblo agent of some foreign
lly tbo tboft tho first lord of the
admiralty not only ' loses J2500 In
money, but blRhly Important confiden
tial u.hvhI data, such as might oaRorly
bo sought as of greatest value to any
nation not too friendly with Great
Tbo first iord of tbo admiralty mot
with his misfortune Immediately after
having won money at cards on the
WOMEN RECALL JUDGE
6an Francloco Police Judoe Loses By
Sun rranclHco. Tho first applica
tion of California'" now law for tho re
call of tlm Jmllolary lm hwn success
ful. I.y margin of SIB votes, 1'ollco
Jmlijo Welter, lu cusod of Incompetonca
vt.i. icinuved from office lit special
cleotlon hold hero.
Wlloj I'. t'rlst, an nttornoy put for
ward by ll' women voters, who were
chiefly mitlvo In th" campaign, was
named i Wollor's hujcohboi-.
The ioto was llglit, but tho rocall
ronlost was spirited and closo. Crlst's
total v,oh 30.723 liguluat Wollor'B 20,
007. Welter was Hpoclflcnlly charged
wltii having reduced tho tmtl or a man
named HomlrlokB, accused of whlto
slavery IIimkIiIcUh promptly loft tho
state aud Urn police could iot trace
Subscribe for Urn suml-wookly IIerud.
Fifty Coltl Horn! TrmlhiB Slumps with
' u year's subscription.
New York. "I commit my oul Into
the bauds of my Savior lu full confi
dence that, Imvlpg redeemed It and
washed It In his most precious blood,
ho will present It faultless before the
throne of my Heavenly lather; and I
entreat children to maintain and de
fend, at all hazard, and at any cost of
personal sacrifice, tho blessed doc
trine of the completo atonement for
idu through tho blood of Jesus Christ,
unco ottered, mid through that alone."
This Is tho extraordinary and strik
ing utterance which begins the Inst
will and toHtamonl of J. 1 Morgan.
- The amount of trusts and bequests
muned by specific sums Is under $'.'0.
000,000, but tbo entire residue of tho
estate, estimated at $1,000,000,000 Is
Ion lo J. 1 Morgan, Jr.
The largest Individual settlements
are made upon the sou and threo
ICach of the four children receives
lu trust $3,000,000 to use the income
ah he or she pleases.
Mrs, Morgan, tho great financier's
second wife, Is made tho beneficiary
of n trust fund largo enough to Insure
her an Incomo of $100,000 u year.
The two sons-in-law, Satterlue taud
Hamilton, tiro given $1,000,000 each.
The assistants and tenants In the
Morgan households and Institutions
we provided (or liberally.
J. P. Morgan, only on of the famoui
financier, who Inherited the bulk of
Brief News of the Week
Maaaachui-etta will bu represented
by a $500,000 building at the Panama
1 he California senate, by a vote of
J3 to H. turned down the Keboe btll
to restrict the alt of Hjuor on tho
ground of tbo I'anama Pacific ox po
sition. The Nebraska house of representa
tive at Lincoln has sustained the gov
ernor's veto of the Iteasty bill provid
ing for the sterilization of criminals
and montal Incompetents.
The largest vest-ol In the world, the
Cunnrd liner Acqulwnla, was launched
("Monday' arclydebariV, "GI.-.brow. The
great .blp will be of 50.000 tons dis
j placement, and Is to cost $10,000,000.
( The progressive party Issued a state
I ment at New York through Its execu
tive committee, to tbo effect that there
Is no possibility that tbe new party
will ever amalgamate with either of
the old parties.
The truce between the Uulgarlans
and the Turks was officially confirm
ed at Constantinople. The armistice
will last until April 23, and may be
prolonged If peace Is not concluded
In tho Interval.
The Uutted States stand fourteenth
among the notlonB of the world In
number of government owned aero
planes and In government expendi
tures for aerial navigation In the last
flvo yean. Braill and Chile are ahead
of this country.
The city council of Raymon. Wash.,
has passed over Mayor Uttlo's veto,
five to two, one of the most drastic
saloon ordinances ever known la
Washington. The ordinance' reduces
the number of saloons to four for ev
ery 15P0 people and raises the license
to'joOOO a year.
At Columbus, Ohio, tho I. W. W.
were condemned by tho state senato
committee for the part thoy took In
tho & rlke of the Akrou rubber work
ers. The committee says that the
wag-s paid by the rubber companies
of Columbus compare- favorably with
those puld in other Industries.
CommUilon Find Trae' Is Poor and
Urges Immediate Improvement.
Salem. Alt of tbe line of the Corval
& Kastoru railroad company, from
I'orvallls to Yaquloa. a distance ct !l
miles, must be relaid with new steel
rails, and properly ballaated. and all
'f tbe company's l!n, eonitin& o
iSO miles, muet b ballasted, fcr th
. rate railroad corrraUsion. w'?b msde
.-.a inspection cf the 1.V i'-n-. .r
- J that the coufiny mr.Kf ch 'ci
preveraetits. VVI. ! tb ne dir. 'ion'i
were not reduced to th? formal. ty or
on order, the cemm ilon ir.:lmatus
that unless they are obe.J a formal
vrder will be made.
The c-?mmfsclon finds, to begin with,
that the entire track of the company's
line Is unballasted. The track cast
of Albany, it says, consists of 3S
pound steel rails, laid In 1S57. and th
surface la-kinked and out -of align
ment. By laying new ties and prop
erly ballasting, this condition can be
remedied, says the commission. From
Albany to Corvallis the track needj
ballastlnR, but otherwise it Is found
Placer" Gold Strike on Canyon
John Day. A feverish gold stam
pede has Just been stnrted by a strike
on Canyon Mountain, made by an old
time prospector, Dan O'Shea. O'Shea S
made his strike more than a week ago.
but succeeded In keeping it a secret
several days. When the news finally
leaked out there was an Immediate
rush. It is rumored O'Shea has taken
out between $2500 and $3000. One pan
it is said, yielded him $200.
People in the News
Duo to the pressure of bis private
business affairs. Charles R. Crane of
ChiciKo has declined tbe appointment
as ambassador to Russia.
Afior six years of service as British
ambassador at Washington. James
BO ce set forth for the Orient by way
of New York and San Francisco.
Major J. V. A. Strong, of Juneau,
has been selected for appointment as
governor of Alaska to succeed Walter
F. Clark, resigned.
A New York grand Jury has Indicted
John Nicholson Anhut, a lawyer, for
bribery in connection with nllogctt ef
forts to secure tbe rolcuse of Harry
K. Thaw from Matteawau.
Alice Cornelia Tlmw. of Pittsburg,
known as Mrs. Copley Thaw slnco her
divorce from the Earl of Yarmouth,
lu 190S, wns married to Geoffrey G.
Whit ley, of Boston, at Cumberland
Ki li llagenbeck, tho famous animal
collector and trainer or Hamburg, Ger
many, was bitten sovon years ago by
u vonomouB snake, This caused his
recent doath, aa his physlclau found
that tho vouom had finally affected hlj
Anvil May Yet Be Saved.
Florence, Mr. Genereaux, who has
charge of tho Anvil for tho Insurance
company, ound after an examlnatiou
that the vessel Is In much better shape
than was feared and Is confident of
success In tho attempt float her. She
Is gradually moving closer Into deep
Klamath Allotments Put on Block
Klamath Falls. Scored of inherited
allotments on the Klamath Indian, res
ervation will soon be offered for sale.
The minimum price at which tho lands
can be sold 1b fixed by n board of ap
praisers. Tho lands are then adver
tised and sold to the highest bidder,
but no bid less than the apraised val
uation Is considered. The money de
rived from the sale of the lands goes
to tho heirs of tho deceased. Before
the lands are sold the agent tn charge
of the reservation calls a meeting of
Idaho Professors to Resign.
Moscow, Ida. The board of regents
of ho University of Idaho at its final
sosslou did a general houso-cleanlng
and the heads of eight or ten depart
ments will be nsUod to resign at tbe
ud of this semester. The cause Is
atd to bo duo to lack of results.
1 VARIETY STORE
I Tillamook, 6re.
4DROP IN AND
50 Gold Uond Trading Stumps given
with overy cash subscription to the