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b-A R G E 81; C IROUUTIONOF A1YPAPER IN TILLAMOOK COUNTY
Tillamook, Okkgok, Mav 9, 19K1.
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First National Bank
WM. G. TAIT, President.
J. C. HOLDEN, Vice President.
Inlcrct Pnid on Time nml Snvinj(
Under United States Government
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llamook Drug Store:
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Silu(clion Guaranteed. Money Rack if Not Satiifactorr
II I III JPIIUJ
in, Copper and Sheet Metal Work,
Plumbing and General Repairing
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iiiamook sneet ivietai yvorns
GHUI NNINWALI) & KOIIKHACH, Props.
Next Door to Tillamook Bakery
JOHN LKl.AN'l) HHNDHRSON
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SUUVIvVING : IN'SCKAXCIv
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Shingles : Plaster
Root Paint : Drain Tile
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nd Warehouse Front St. between 2d and 3d Ave. wesi
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GENERAL INTEREST
Events Occurring Throughout
Uio State During ttio Past
Victor Murdock. Knu- llcprcsents
tlve, who U leader of the Progressive
CHURCHES BRING SUIT
The Dalles Officials Are Made Defend
anlt In Saloon Cases
Tb UIIm. Or Mtliodll. United
Iirihrw. Iiaptlrt and rtirlnttan
rhunhe hftn r" plaintiff tn pro
cHnit. lonOtuiiH tu circuit court.
against Major Flab nml (!! cliy of rl
cUI. Hi" objtwl of tnffnt action IjcIujc
to present lh city front Issuing snlooa
llciu tn Hi" future, It beltu? aliased
Dm l lh council ha no la) right to
Iwttw iHTtnll on amiubi of a charier
(itnlMluu which n mnd lnui ttio
tntn lKtitur ri"HMf!l n n-ction
of tlm Umm oharliT In 1906.
In r)MH)ii to motion of ntioriH'yti
for tint plainllff, Jui)r llrndkbnw.it
Max ? for tinAMtin on tlm nppllcntlon
for n t'-miioiBO1 Injunction, whlcb
would enjoin ttio council from lsuln;
nalmin llf M1I'.
Tlu l'Knl nctlo-t will not uffr-Ct lliu
llijtior prrmlU which nru now In vt
ttcu Thoy oxplrn Jtni 30.
Hindu It Eligible at Citizen.
HpoWuno An liHori'ntltiK nlilrllKht
on tht- mitlnlU'li Iniul Ii-kIhIiHIoii In
rnllfornln enmp ln'ru whon Akhny
Ktinmr Moxundnr. a phlloiophir and
iiuthi' of Cnlcuttn, India, uttnlnrd tho
tllntlncllon of bi'liiK tlm flmi Hindu
rror to brconm nn Aniorlcnn ItlzHn.
AlthoiiKh court hcrotofore huve hold
lllllduii ItmllKlhln to cltln-luhlp, Ullll
isl Stnti fUtrlet Judge Krnnk II
lltidklu Knintcd tho nppllcntlon of tlm
Hindu for untunillxntlon pnporn.
Now York - Tho rriiMlinntin pntlonta
In N- York urn not doltiK woll. In
fncl. Hoini of tlmin nro ilccldodly 111.
Thin furl, coinhliu'd with n knowlodKo
or tlm natuio of tlm mh Kilmlnmnn
Iiiih ri'oi'iitly HccompllHht'iJ, hii mntt
nil ph)lcliiliH couiiootod with tho
rni'duiiinn lunts mnloiiH not only for
tlii'ir own piuiontrt hut for tlm wolfiiro
of tlm puldlo In K'iionil.
lU-foro tho wixik Ih out It lit IIIOHt
probiihln tlmt throo. nml piuhnpn four,
ptihlli- Htnti'immtH will ho nmtlo from
pnblh- lntliuiloiiH. noim of which will
lit riaornblo to Dr. Krliidinnnn or hlti
Thl Infornmtlon hint heou plnwl In
tlm hum! of tho Now Vork honlth do-piironu-nt.
lollliiK f tho poor dhowliiK
which the riicdtimnn putlontH,' nil of
whom Imvo been wutoht'd for tho do
pnrtiniMit. Imvo iniKlo.
Tho HlntomtmlH mndo nro utroiiK.
Ono of tlmin In Kiipposud to ho thut
some or the oiio tiontod would Imvo
boon hottor oft If thy hud not had
tho rilfdinanii Injection nml that tho
pnmeuoo of tho culluro In tholr ny
tonm hoiuii to Imvo r.lvon tho baollll
a chance lo work In placcH whloh thoy
mlcht not otherwlHo Imvo attaokod.
Make Food W.isto lllcnal.
Sai.ramenlo. Tho lower hoimo of
tho mate loRliilntiiro unanlmmmly
paHBed n "hlHh-cotil oMlvInK" hill. Tho
meamire, which 1h only 11 Hiu'h In
lonepi, iniil'1'" 11 wfiil "fur
peiHoit to dcBlioy any animal, vdjtoln-
bio or other iiturr m loainmu oi
trade, which nro cutilomary food for
human helugH and arc In fit winltary
uondltloii to ho mind na Bueli.'.'
Subfcribo for tho Hurn!ilNow.
Dig Conference to Oe Held In Cugene.
Hali'in. Tho fifth nnuutil common
' nlth confnrunc will !- hld under
tlm nuailo of tlm tfulvuralty of On
Kon May IC nml 17 nt Hukimjk. and i'
In pri'dletcd llinl tho wxifori'iici' mil
! Littr ftiid Kronlor thl yinr thin
rvi-r buforo Tlm illecUmloiiB lnld W.
(bean conferonco with rehilloti to dif
ferctii Uto problem nro lutocrnl
part of llio unlverlty' roKiitar cum
culum. nnd nro for thu purpoan of
ili'iuotniimthu: to tlm Kttidunt.i, nn woit
n to the people, the truo rotation of
unlvBrlty iMlucntton to Industrial and
ivlal prokT'Mi In the nOito.
H'hIucihJ rato of ono nd ormthlrrl
far" haro len cninttnl tho ut.lvvrvtty,
on tlm certlflcnle plua. A p'ctal
oxcumlon train Is lo b? run from
tllrth of Provisional American Govern
ment In Oregon Country Obterved
Huttotlllu. The 70th annhorHftry jf
the cotflblthliment of the flrnt Amori-
can government III the OreRon country
w celebmted at Old ChnmpoeB. on
the ttte ir.nde hlMorlc by the llttlu
Iwnd' of Amurlcnn at tho celfhratol
Wolf Mcetlne." on May I. 1K43. when
by a vol" of 62 to 50 tlm nettler de
cided for Amerloan norurelRiity In tho
lurrllory of Orogon. einbracltiB. as It
did. thu prrtnmt ptniu of OreKon,
WnihlaKton. and Idaho, and a part if
They Knthered then- tho old crlx-
ilod pioneer nnd their decendan'
by tho hundred and paid a Irlhut-j
to thifoundiTii of that provlalonnl ko"
emment which eventuated Into tin?
government of Oregon Territory, nnd
later Into the tnt of Oregon, nnd paid
n tribute to the em.ire-bullderti at
nearly three-quarters of n century ntco.
JudKe l'eter O'Aixy, of Salem. pr-
nlded at the celebration, and a number
of pioneer delivered flvemluuto
peche. On the platform. In these.it
of honor, nt !'. X. Mutthbu. aged 95.
the only nurvlvor of the h'.storlc 52
who voted for American sovereignty.
King Nicholas, of Montenegro,
whce army captured Scutari In de
fiance of Austria.
240 Men at Work Upon South Je4ty.
Astoria. While operations on th
nouth Jetty nt tho mouth of tho Colum-
la rlvor have been going on slnro
itirll 15. tho work has now started In
nil blast, with about 240 men on tho
CONFESSES BIG SWINDLE
efutet to Tell of Cadaver Palmed Off
as His Own Body
Portland J. V. I.nFr.ince nnd wlft,
ho wore nrrcsted at Marshfleld. Ore ,
In connection with a charge of swlnil
ling threo life Insurance companies of
approximately $16,000, all told, worn
brought to Portland. District Atlor
ney Waller II. Kvans subjected l.n
Prauco to an examination which lasted
nntll Into at night. Afterward tho dls
trlot attorney said l.n Franco mudo a
clean breast of everything, ocept to
tell where tho cadavar, palmed ofr a
bin, emtio from."
To newspaper men who talked with
him l.u France freely admitted his
Identity, told of hit experiences III
Portland after IiIk supposed demise, of
being recognized by vnrlotiH friends
here, and of IiIh Investments In Coos
county timber hind, which ho said 'ie
bellovud would exontually ho disposed
of at prion that would reimburse In
full tho companies for their losses.
Allusions to the body and questions
. . to where It was obtained and ho.v
It was "planted" In tho rugsoil country
along tho Clackamas rlvor wero Ig
nored by tho prisoner.
People in the News
Governor SuUer nomination of
John Mitchell as labor commissioner
of New York was rojectud by the statu
ente at Albuny by n vote of 23 to
Petitions have been prepared at Los
AiicelfK asking Governor Johnson to
appoint Mr. Clara Shorlridge Koltz a
ono of the six additional superior court
Judges In Io Angolos county.
President Wlllard of thu Baltimore
ft Ohio has announced thai the rail
roods In the district lying east of Chi
cago nnd north of the Ohio river, have
dtclded to ask- the IrftcrSta1e"conV
rnerce commission to allow a 5 per
cent Increase on frulght of all charac
ter. It has developed In a divorce case
at Chicago that Mllo M. Lyon, a night
watchman, had succeeded In leading a
double life ror seven years on n salary
of $12 a wnok. The evidence showed
that he had supported one wife and
three children nnd another wife and
four children during that time.
Governor Clark of Alaska vetoed the
nntl nllen fishing hill, nlmed nt Japan
ese fishermen. Just befons the first
Alaska legislature adjourned sine dla.
The hill had passed both houses un
animously, but when tho governor's
message was received there was no at
tempt to pass It over the veto.
In his opening lecturo at Ynle, Prof..
W. 11. Taft attacked Roosevelt and his
"fads," the referendum nnd the recall
and the so-called progressive princi
ples. Ho criticised woman's suffrage.
nnd wns interrupted by a suffragette.
A great audience and much euthus!
nsm marked tho lecture.
MUCH INTEREST IN
PRESIDENT KERR'S VISIT.
From present iiuHcutions, much in
terest Is belli); nroiiBod in regard to tho
nicotine; which will ho hold at thu
court house next Monday, for tho pur
posu of discussing tho demonstration
farm idea, Wo Imvo just leu mod tlmt
President Kerr of thu Oregon Agricul
tural College, will bo ucconipanied by
Prof. IicUcI, wl u villlso givo us a
talk. Lot there bo u Rood turnout to
hear both of these men.
IRISH VOTE DEFEATS
THE SUFFRAGE BILL
London. Tho fate of tho woman's
suffrage bill was sealed by the votes
of more than 50 Irish Nationalists,
who voted against it. The bill, which
sought to enfranchise 6,000,000 wo
men, was rejected by n majority of 4T.
The vote stood 206 to 219.
Possibly tho Nationalists fear that
U they allow a womnn's franchise hill
to pass tho second reading It will lead
to parliamentary struggle which would
not unlikely end In dissolution of par
liament beforo tho homo ruin bill be
comes a law.
The doluito proved that tho militant
policy of the suffragists has done tho
caime great harm, as far as parliament
la concerned. The conciliation hill of
hiBt session was rejected by only ii
small majority compared with tho
Dickinson bill, which was under dis
cussion and provlous hills, giving
soino measure of enfranchisement to
women, havo passed tho second rend
ing, although they never survived sub
ANTI-ALIEfl BILL If!
Johnson Will Withhold Signa
ture Until Bryan Confers
Sacramento Tho California antl
alien land holding act. which passed
both house of the legislature within
24 hours aftnr bringing about one of
; tho most unusual situations in the his
(ory of the nation, will He on Governor
Johnson's desk without his signature,
, jntll Secretary of State IJryun can con-
f r with President Wilson In Washing
ton. Defeated finally in his diplomatic
effort to dissuade the California leg-
t-lature from nacttng an alien land
bill affecting the Japanese, Secretary
of State Bryan declared Hint he looked
to the people of the state to nxpretf
a final judgment through the referen
dum, beforo the act shall go Into ef
fect. Secretary Brj'nn In hit final address
rolctd the president's opinion that tho
words "eligible to citizenship." consti
tuted In the California attorney gener
al's fodraft of the nlien land measure
lor the words "ineligible to citizen
ralp," are equally as illwriralnatory
i-.ad, therefore, equally objectionable to
Until the final amendment was add
ed permitting aliens Ineligible to citl
7cnshlp to lease agricultural lands for
three years, the measure was the most
drastic of any that had been proposed.
Now, however. It Is asserted by many
that It will accomplish little, inasmuch
ps It does not stipulate that the leases
may not be renewed again and again.
JAPANESE COMMEND WILSON
Lraacrs In Tofclo Advise People to
Preserve Calm Attitude.
Toklo. The Japanese press express
ed a general appreciation of the ef
forts of President Wilson In behalf
of a land bill in California that would
cot be objectionable to the Japanese.
Lenders of public opinion in Japan
are advising that an attitude of calm
ness be maintained in the present sit
uation. Such men as Baron Shibusawa
and Chairman Nakano, of the Toklo
Chamber of commerce, publicly assert
confidence that tho American govern
ment and people alike are opposed to
discriminatory measures of legislation.
They declare that every effort now
must be made to discover and eradi
cate the root of antagonism to the
Japanese In California, that amicable
rotations mny be restored.
Peoria Forger Caught.
Portland After 18 montliB' resi
dence in Portland, during which tltno
ho gained a largo acquaintance with
police officials, "Billy Hughes," bar
tender In a saloon at Williams Avonuo
and KubsoU street was found to bo
Hurry Bradley, of Peoria, 111., wanted
tliero for forgery. Wo wns arrested
utid lockod up us n fugitive from Just
ine. Ho admitted his identity and auld
ho would not ficht extradition.
Church Votes to Retain Name
Philadelphia. The move to change
the name of the Protestant Episcopal
Church was voted down at the 139th
annual convention of the Pennsylvania
diocese. In a resolution tho conven
tion declared it Inexpedient to change
the name of tho church by Inserting
tho word "Catholic" In tho title or to
change the title page of tho "Book of
Self Defense Plea Wins for Gault
Oregon City. Glenn Gault, who kill
ed his stepfather In the course of a
quarrel at tholr backwoods home near
Scott's Mills on Juno 19, 1911, was ad
judged not guilty of murder by a jury
In Judge Campbell's department of tho
circuit court after the 12 men, nearly
all farmers, had deliberated 45 min
utes. Ho loft Astoria In November, 1912,
almost n year after ho had klllcl D.
C. Lcttzel, his foster-paren, and i,avo
himself up to tho Portland police, con
fessing his deed. Later ho took Clack
amas county officials to a spot In Uio
woods 300 root rrom tho scono of the
killing, and showed them where ho had
burled tho body.
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