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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1913)
Washington. l (. March IS, 1013,
The ordendmMl, member of the
H rd of I'ru.itw of tho Carnegie Kn
dow.nent for International Pence. In
vite th attention of their fellow-citli-en
to the.followintrstntonient concern
ine the ffrnv international discussion
which bs srlsk'-i over the exemption
of American eotwis vesl from
toll? on the nma t'nnal :
On November IS, 1901. treaty "to
facilitate the construction of a ship
to connect the Atlantic and Paeirie
Oceans" was concluded betwisen the
United States and Great Italian, at
tho re,uft i on tie initiative of the the
United Stat. . the ntial provis
ion of the treaty were (It that "the
canal mv be constructed under the
auspices of the Government of the
UmtM State." and that "the said
Government ahall have and enjoy all
the ritrhu incident to such vn traction,
a well the exclusive right of pro
viding' for the regulation and manage
ment of the canal ;" (2) that "the
canal shall be frt-e and open to the
vessel of commerce and of war and of
all nationa observing the-te Rule, on
term of entire equality :" (3) that
the plant for operating the aanal and
the canal itself trail be "neutralized."
ii; d shall enjoy complete immunity
from attack or injury Hy betlitrerenta :
free from iwacjonUlon. and prove to prove that thoyundemtood th.-.r
that tho action of Oomrri in exempt- . highest Intcrrst.jml rrvonuo their
injr American coastwise vessel from ( l(ity to promote It "for the benefit of
the payment of canal tolls involve a , mankind. "
construction of the llay-rncefote
Treaty which is fairly open to ipnwtion.
A dilferenc ha arision eowerninc; the
Interpretation of a treaty.
On the 4th of April, IMS. tho United
State and Great Britian made another
trraty in which they screed tlwt "difT-j
erence men may arise i a itn" on- .
ture or rolstlnc: to the interpretation of !
uvstm rHiiiRK iwTw w ...v
trading Parties and hich it may not
have been possible to settle by diplom
acy, shall be referred to the I'araa
nent Court of Arbitration established
Hoe by the Canve ttion of
the AHh of Julv. ISM. provided, neeee-
thele. that they do rot alfeict the
vital interests, t.V tale wntence, or
the honor of the to Contracting
Stales, and do not concern the inter
est, the independence, or the honor of
the two Contracting Slate, ami d not
concern the interest of third I'arti,"
The question whether American coast
wise vessel shall psv tolls fur passim;
through the canal cannot possibly be
said to afreet either nation vital in
tercet or independence, or the ' honor"
of either of the two government.
Clearly a difference rlat;nr to toe in-
. terpretation of treaty ha arisen be
tween two governine.iU which bare
. agreed to submit such difference to
Hague Court of A rbitration.
ANDHKW I). W II ITU.
CHAK1.KS W. KUOT.
JOHN U CAHWA LA Drill,
l.UKK K. WI510IIT,
C11A K I.K.M AON K TOW Hit,
H. S. WOOIWAKD,
A USTKN tJ. FOX.
J. G. SOIMlDLAiT,
(VSCAK S. S I K A US,
JAMF-S k 8I.AYDK.V.
CIIAKI.KS 1.. r.VYLUll,
hknky s. hutch ktt.
WILLIAM M. IIWWAIU).
CLKVKLAND It. DODOK.
KOBKKT A. FRANKS.
NICKtU AS MURRAY IUITLKK.
ARTHUR WIl.UAM FlKSTBR.
JAMBS HROWN SCOTT
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. I
Plan for new MASONIC TKMI'I.K
can bo seen nt Chns. I. CltniKti I'mi!
Stort ami at K. B. Mrt'laran. Arelil
tect's Olllce In IVrtlaml for llwrinsf
'on tho erection of snme. after Jum j
1 IStli. bids will I lecotvotl till I',
i M., June HOtb. A ecrtltlwl cheek nf
t n.mwl! at bill IlllUl srcollltMIIV PfOtHVl- i
alas a nrnttti-e tlwt lnd will b !
Civwi awl contract lIoil. Owner j
reervn riht to reject sny or a bhl, j
FOR SALE. I
U acre bottom (ami with but Wine. '
J 4 eowa, and horse, wile fioin town.
. pric fl.WO. Brand new P oi bun
1 aU with basew it, 1) acre of land, I
acre berrte. near the new depot prue
$33m. Fin home near town, lo hm
house w ith ft acr of lanl. acre or
.hard. ) acre berries, wrice JW.
Acrvnifs in price to ult Hee the own. ,
r A. 1'U.ker.
SpurtM of till K t tulM 4itt;l it Hunt M (,
Imu- tin- (.'h.impuuiNhii of Till.imm.k To
Bit; Dance In the Evening,
W li Mltit I.D
WOKkY " itiul nit th,
Him to Nclutlcui
No. (X Revrt of tho i ..ti ution .if the
FIRST BANK & TRUST COMPANY
AT HAY CI 1"Y, IN TUB STATK OK ORE;. ON
nt th Clone of Hus iiee June 4, k'l K
(it at the I'r.juJ States shall be at
liLH-rtv tu maintain an adeuuate mili-1 In a special sense the United
trv riolice akn the canal : and (5) ". to observe faithfally
that "m. Chan.- of territorial sover-! without question the treaty of April,
eienty or of th international relation ; for the United Stastea ha beon
of te country or countries traversed among government the great dvocet
bv toe tforometit.od canal shall sf-1 of arbitration, baa practised it in im-
fect the general Drincinle of oeutratir-' portant case, and has urged it strongly
a.iin or the obligation of the High
Contraction Parties under the present
The concluding of this tteaty com
monly spoken vt as the ilay-Paunce-fote
Treaty -was a necessary prelimi
nary to the construction of any Isth
mian canal by the United States or
under iu auspices ; because by a pre
vious convention oetween uie sirae
part.ei concluded in April, 1S50,
United State and Great Britain
UHind themselves that neither would
on all other governments. The United
State cannot refuse to arbitrate the
difference which has arisen concerning
the proper interpretation of the Hay
Pauncefote Treaty, without turning !ta
back on a very honorable chapter in its
owo history, and damaging throughout
the world the cause of free institutions.
The Republic ought to be the most
scrupulous of nil governmental in the
,h exact observance of treaty obligations.
httfi I'- intact oe absolutely faithful to it
word, even to its uwn nurt.
Assuming that the di Here nee which
"ever obtain or maintain for itself any
exclusive eoutrol over" an Isthmian has arisen concerning the construction
canal or "mainuio sny fortifleations ' of the Hay-Paun?foie Treaty must be
commanding the same." or exercise : arbitrated unks the cause of the ditT
domi -ion over "any part of Cen- erence can be with Irawn, we desire to
tra I America." The contractins par-1 on our fellow.citiaens the expedi
ties further agreed to protect the canal ency of promply repealing that action
f -om "itittmiptioa. seizure, or unjust i f Congress which ?ave rise to the
c. --v.ii.tn," and to guarantee its
- convention commonly spoken
ne Clayton-Bui wer Treaty made
.-.-quest and on the initiative of -canal tolls, since the
.tad States, established the sen- w include voyages
Granting that same American shin
ing interests mignt be bene'Ued by the
exemption of coastwise vedU from
half round the
a; '. i
1 1. I
era I principle of the neutralisation o:
an-, iV.nmian canal which might be
copi-trji-ted, a principle which Uie Hay
I'aur.cefote Treaty reatUrmed.
f he great design o! both treaties.
that of m. was to pro-note the con-1 a,n c"n enUsr nnble prutest.
stru-tioi, and maintenance of a ship. j The United -State h.is an immense m
n.nl ,iu,- fK- leret in the sanctity of co.ntracu. ami
"the be writ of mankind, on equal
te;m U all," arnl to protect tne neu
tralized canal effiectivelv when bunt.
laAM and Discounts ....
Oeefdrsft. secured d uticured -Uond
and Warrant ....
Hanking boose und lot ...
Furniture and PI v lures
Other Renl Estate owned .
Due from bank (not reeert, bank)
Due from approved mafrw bank -Checks
ami other cash itt
C ij on hnd
Capital Stock paid In -Surplus
Postal Saving Bank deposits
Deposits doe Stat Treaswrwr
Individual De,iu subject t cheek
Demand Certificates of Deposit
Time Certificates of Deposit
It's Worth More Than (
to Relieve the Mind und Enjoy
..GOOD MOVING PICTURES
The Kind They Alway Show nl
The New GEM THEATl
THE BRIGHT SPOT
F. C. FELDSCHA
Cement Sidewalks and
Concrete Construction Worl
Enquire at Ramsey Hotel
STATE OF ORKGO.S
COUNTY OF TILLAMOOK. (
I. John O. Bosorih. Cashier of Uw hw-nod bank, ta soWmnly swear
that the above stntoinent i tra to the best of my knowledge sod belief.
JOHN a ttOZOitlH. Cashier.
Subscribed and swurn to befurc in this Correct Attest:
16th day of June. 1013. R. J. ItKtmiCKS.
U F. imoDE. j SCOTT BOZORPH,
Nour" Public. I Director
plobc, America surely has much larger
interest which would bv greatly
aervud by the prompt abandonment of '
any interpretion of the Hay-Paunct-fote
Treaty against which Great Brii-1
in tho strict observance of all interna
j tional convention and treaties. It
; has an immense interest in the faithful
In urgiijr on the British Government
the making of the Claytori-Bulwer
Treaty, tne American negotiator said
U Lord i'aimeriston : "The United
States sought no exclusive privilege or j
preferential ritjht of any kind in regard
to the proposed communication that I
is a canai or ran roau, I ano tneir sin
r ran roau.j ano their sin- ' 7 - ' "
if it shouW be found prac- ' " lr"Pr'tlont u' for a
to .-ee it dedicated to the vnl,o'- Despotic and r
observance of any treaty between two
or more nations which ha.s been outered
into "for the bonelit of mankind." It
is true that in times pait many trea
ties have not been strictly obiurved ;
that others have been sutTered to lapse
quietly ; tttvl that some have buen vio
lated by one or more of the parties.
common ue of all nalioni on the roost sinnen in meo ,
liberal terms ana a footir.tr of nrf,t I rpoctd, republic have ben ae-
.. (u f.. n xk... .u it:.,..i cuied of lik
1 M w nH Ja b kilt; U III I 1
sStitfs aiiuW not, if they couid, obtain
NEWS FROM OUR
Steel and Iron Raw Materials
Are Placed on Free List
in Tariff Bill.
Washington The trnnsfnr to th
free list of the tariff bill of Iron and
stee; raw mati-rlals, with an oil Unit
ed dutiable value of more than J'iiM,-
u ear, waa afiproven ny the wu
!oTly meinbem of th sonnto flnnnce
'.jmilttee. Thla Incrunsod the sen
t- addttlooa to the Underwood
e Hat to an aR5ri,ato annual !osa
. 42.'.i,m in revenue, roaklnx the
' -tal . itlrnatert anuual revenue lof
any ex -,uive njrht or privilege in a
threat highway which naturally Ije
longe J to all mankind." This state
rr ent .x presses accurately the avowed
intention and resolve of the United
States from 150 to 1012 concerning any
I'a..aj.-.:-. Canal. All treaties on the
.-'uIijki t are base ! on this intention and
resolve many times reiterated by offi
cial r-;r-entative of the American
l i Uie summer of 1U12, Coiigreas
pa-.eJ - bill fixinn the tolls to bo paid
fur pa,-' tg thro'ih the Panama Canal
cortru-ted by the United StattH and
apprort..-h nn completion but added a
sectio,. wli!'-h cxeimited American
coahtwi.-u -.e-hftls from paving
tfl'o, tuu., K'vinji American coast
int; vt--,. 1-, a privilege which no
jtiier vt--i N wojU enjoy, ai,d dimiii
iishi!.if t probable income of the
canal in i .iiinu.
After a . nturval of several rnonthi-,
Great Urn. an ha prusentod U the
UniUi'1 .Stat' s a pro teat against the ex
empt'on oi' inorican coitstwise vessel
on two pn-. u..il grounds. First, that
such an ux' dijitioii i inconsistent with
ti.e pfovih .,ii of the Jlay-f'aiincefoto
Treaty that the canal shall hu opyn to
vessels of all nations on terms of en
tire equality ; and secondly, that the
exemption of American coastwise ves
sels would inevitably tend to increase
tho charges on all other vcmijIs usintf
tho cuiiui, to the disudvan ag.' of all
other nationii in comparison with tho
United Status, u dlsadvaitao which
Jiiilit iiicruakc in the futuro, since the
higher the rates the greater would be
tho7irivilexo of exemption from pay
J'ho British arguments are calm and
e conduct. AH the more
reason that the American I'.upublic j r n 'he fr-e list about tST.OOO.ooO.
snuui'j no no act unuer a treaty wnicn j iruciunu steel, which wm
can be even questioneij by candid and I :' 1 iuiiwhie u 12 per cent In tho
honorable men. In the efficacy of I 1 !-rwood bill, h boon reduced an
international agreements lie the chief j 11 ''jmpennation for the placing nf
hope of the world for progressive civ-'rn materials on the free list. The
jilation. I raw material were placed on the fro
The further promotion, in a rnothod i lur80ly liecaue they are control
of uncertain value, of tho interests of
American coastwiiu shipping, interests
already protected by the possefljiion of
a complete monopoly as against nil
other nations, is a doubtful matter of
I commercial improvement. The whole
country considered, the pecuniary ad.
vantage would not he large, and might 1 00f4' ,ar dye.
by the United Statea Steel Cor
Among the articles which the ennts
ub-f:otumitteos havo added to the free
list are: i'jg Iron, furro-manganesf
and sploglolaon. hemp, livestock,
wheat, photographic film, oodarwood.
easily he completely offset by accom-'
panying disadvantages ; hut whatever
advantage might come to this well-protected
industry, it would bo as nothing
compared with tho interests of the
whole United States in carrying out
the noble work of building n canai be- 1
tween the Atlantic arid Pacific Oceans
for the common advantage of all na
tions. Tho greatest interest of tho United j
State as a free nation is to represent
worthily before the world tho prineU
pies of civil and religious llheity and,
the public elliciency and well-being '
which those principles develop, ami ,
inereoy to promote tne adoption :
tho&o principle the world over. This
is a great material as well as a great
moral interest. In comparison with
this large interest, the interest of tho
United States in its coastwise vessels
sinks in insignificance. By securing
the repeal of that purl of the act of
Congress on the Panama Canal whieh
provided for the exemption of Amer
ican coustwiso vesseiB from the pay
mont of tolls, tho American people
would embrace u precious opportunity
Print Paper Provision Changed.
Amending the section of the Under
wood tariff bill which would place on
the free lint all print paper valued at
not more than 2 cunts a pound, the
majority member of the minnle fin
ano committee voted to Incorporate
In the bill tho provisions of the farm,
dlan reciprocity act passed In 1011.
This action would extend tho free
list to Include all print paper valued
at not morn than i cuta n pound, on
condition 'that no export duty, export
llccnwt feo or other export charge of
any kind whuUoevor, or any prohibi
tion or restriction In any way of the
oxpoi union, shall have been impound
upon such paper, hoard, or wood pulp,
or tho wood pulp iued In the manufac
ture of Huch paper or board."
Frto Postnne Ula Aid to 8uBar Men.
How the government printing office
nnd the postofflee department helped
In the f'lit against free migar and the
con3re:,.iional frank nont tons of nntl
free augi r literature circulating
throughout the land, was brought out
by the senate. lobby Investigation.
Truman 0. Palmer, Washington rop.
j retentativn nf foe i nito Mtaies
j sugar InduDiry. tiint that mor
thn M ,'o copio of argument In
i b.itilf of sunar had been turned
I out by the :orniunt printing omc.
I made pu! II dix:utinis by order of
romrres ai.d had rl.Jdeu on thr frnnVn
cf senator snd rproimtAtlrr. txst-
"HuRr st a CJIance," prcprHl by
him. lin said, had atuln"d n clrcubi
Hon of J20 oo coplen nuder tlm frank
of H-oatoi Ia4ks "Heport of the
Flnnnee rcmmltter," hj the ni nnn
ator. had boatn the pamphlet b; go.
Honator Ashnrsl. of Artsnna, prn
scntrd th rport of th ..! ,if.
frane committor, rrcomintinillnic ths
passnge of Senator rkamberlain i re.
olutlcn for constitutional ameitd
mem enfraiehlsltiK women.
The report vlgorouHly urKod rain '
Tor wornnn. It declared flufrnr.f
Justified "by rvory tt tho students
of government U net down" for uti
franchlseiiK'nt of any !. of cltlxen.
Natlonsl Caplul Brvltle.
Pr.Htldent Wilson has Informed Colo
nel Ooethal that lie rlult ths
Pnnnina cnnnl as soon am congress ad
journs. Majority inemhrs of the senate f.
nance uommlliee declare thai thoy ex.
poet to have the tariff bill In shaun
for consideration by thy Unmocnulc
cauoti this weuk.
Heorotnry of the Interior Uitio holds
that assignees ()f reclamntUni home-
studs on which final
de need not lie qunfid homestead
rs. Secretary Unc snhmltted n rimulu-
tlon to congress for n Inw (iiilhorlzlnu
tho ilrali.aH and reclamation by the
United States of public aw.tnip and
overflowed Innda In any slnte or terri
tory. Ilepresentatlvo .,nry ), Ittt roltic--ed
u resolution In the house giving
congres vlsltorlal powers over natlon-
ui imiiKH in houxing n record of
currency svstein. ... ...
InBlnielloiiH to pnntniiiHters were Is
miod for hnndllng ('. o. li, parcel post
paekagea. The regulations will he In
effect July j. (!uirgns on package
will be collided from fnldresseM on
and after that dale, provided thn
umouiit on u single parcel does
liiniiKM' s acatiuiis
Hennun Tjckcln on
Hnlly I'nttl Hrpi
,lrwJf suSatT Ye1 1 i I'" I
SCSBUI) fllMW if (till
r I ii
llie r ill, innl l,itli)ll II) NrHi-.it
IIHHiW llcsu'llr'a tire M ItllfoW".
I'K'OM TO I VKR
I'oMliiml Tlllanioik llwrhca H
Orrtrtm City ,. .. I rJ
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Meilfiinl " ..'
Anliliuiil i i;,i',
Corrt'Htioniliiig low f.uti (mmii other piilnld. WmI 1 'eUM
mi mile from viulono iiilnl.
EXCURSION FARES E A ST.
Tlikcit. will .r Mid. I In. m ell iimIii nnil lir.ni. h . ""
in Orrgon in lui.ti rii .etlinitl.iii one wey tliruiut- ' "'
nrviu I'oilKiinl. stop ovrr within IniiH'
TICKETS ON SA DAILY TO SEPT. 30
IMnnl Urturti Limits Oct. ;ilt.
1-nr lifimtiful illii.tntti hook "VnnilU'i" I
liPOhlrtn iIcki lll.ltIK 'llllMHIiU.k (. ninny Hem hc S'
olhcr (miIiiUj ,im well an InfoiiiifitiiMi iiliout ('if'
loiitee, nlop.oM'rn. cti .. i nil on ni-tuext Agent nr
JOHN M SI Oi l, t.omi.il I'uHHcngrr Agnnl, I ' r I
Chnmherlilirs Colic, Cholcni mul
livery family without exception
should keep this preparation at hand
luring the hot weather of Iho summer
months, f !l)ftinhr luiti'a folic.
mid Diarrhoea Hemtxly In worth many
limes Its cost when needed ami Is n.
most certain to bo needed before the
Hummer Is fiver. It him no Miporlor
for tho purposes for which It In Intend
ed. Iluy It now fur sale by nil dealers.
Can't Keep It Secret.
The splendid work of Clmiiiburliiln
Tablets is daily becoming more widely
known. No such grand remedy for
stomach and liver troubles lies over
been known. For.Biilo by all dealer.
"DROP IN AND
llfiNM'i' uonll. a IIi i i- 'll
i... i..... ..i.... I..... i.. ..i.. i 1 i llir
"r iw'immmk 1 1 1 1 in niiii". - -- i
of.. ....in ii ....... ..ntt 01
no iiiij neiiing iinrin'T ,ai
host mock IU price tl ..t k'M
A Wlil.L MADIi IIM'N3
will not only Improvi II ''I'l'f
,,f I ... I..'., ... ..Ih.i.hIi' to )
jwui iioinu, in. v ii'""" .inw
Mafetv as wull. Mnnv li ri nWW.V
be avoided If tlm old' llnllit J '"ia
iliHcnriled In time.
W. A. WILLIAMS,
iillHiiiniiL . . On1
Stilmcrlbo for tlm Herald it fa
twice each week,