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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (July 25, 1913)
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SEATTLE MOB BUilNS OREGON NEWS NOTES
AND WRECKS HALLS. OF GENERAL INTEREST i
lleaitle - All of the Industrial Work'
r of llin World meeting plitren, th
(WalnlUt headquarter unit a Hoclnllit
im ntntiil were wrecked nnd tho
furniture piled n die treol nnd burn
wl In front of enrh plncn by n uront
meb, ImI by 100 nllrrn from the Pn
olflc recrve fleet nnd hnlf n ninny
oMlers from dm l'ni:ot cund forts,
lnl Prtdny. On member of the I. W.
V, a lintiil) In Jur-1. nml It I re
ported that uitn oallor sustained it bro
Thn Time printed a report of a
rponeii made by Hecmtnry of the Navy
Dnnlnlii. nt tli Itnlnler Club. In which
thtj Mtortnry U uniJ to Imv ure,vi
forelbl" uppr'iloii of thn r-! (Ing
nml iltv I. W W Th 'crctry di
nM iIkiI Ik hml any Intention of roun
xtllrifC vloJonett allil rvcrnl ho lu-nrJ
Llin vpnitk rarrobornto hi ntntemunt
Th mayor profeM.! to In tho
lltnen' nccount of the rcrctary'
txuh a oauc for th Attack of nll
ors on tllo hondutmrter of I V. W.
nd oel(illiit nntl r.nv thU n n
cu (or Unulne n prnclnmntlnr: for
UOillDK thn publication Of the Tlrnen
tinlr proof of l! contetiU ihouKI
firm bno linen nubaiUU-tl to him for
ocrutlny H followwl thlit up with
prorUitnntlon cIobIiik nil tlio .iloon
of iho rlty on the final day of lbs nn
nunl l ottaleh. Kntunlay.
Imiujcm for the Tlm Immetllntcly
.nt bfuro JuOfie John B. Humphrle
of the utrtor court, nnd obtnlncd
n'rnlnl-.i; onlr prevontlitK thr inny
or or Kilien from lnt'rfrrlnK with th
publication of the pnpor.
Snlomi'tnen nlo cureit nn ordur
from the jurt otiJolnhK the order to
Evonls Occurring Throughout
Jho Stale During the Past
"BACCCTONIST LEAPS TO DEATH
Parachute Jumper Die In Flrtt Aero
Scuttle KntnciH I.. Thnyer. nRd 47
ymr. n piuncliuie Juinpnr, known
throughout thi wmt. wixk drowtunl
while ninkliiK n pamcliule deacunt
from nn nerop!n s part of tho Tot
latch ulr :rt.
I In wont up In an ntroplnnn with
Johnny llrynnt. At helfiht of 760
(net he dropped from tho ncroplnne.
After n decnl o( 1 00 (out he broke,
tonmi (rum tho parachute nnd (ell to
Thnytsr did not rlno to the iur(nc
nfli-r KoIiik Into the wnter. Me hnd
brin KlvlHK pttrnchute cihltiltloiiR :S
yonr Thnyer cnlled CIiIchko hi
hoiiu'. lie b'nve n widow, In Senttlo,
mid relative nt Abordt-en, WiihIi.
Oay'i Hefrrciulum Dill It Held Legal
Siilutn, Or HoldlnK that not a ln
C.le contention of the plaintiff wn
toKlral or ovou iortlne:t to the Uue,
the Hiiprome court In the cne of A.
('. I.lbby iiKiilimt Hen V. Olcott, ec
retar) of tte. decided that the Day
lUI. provldliiK n npeelal relorendum
oliHllon In Novfinber, It cuiilltutlon-al
CITY WIPED OUT BY FIRE
Slu.rldan. Or. A the result of the
exploHlon of n mnall Kanollno stove In
a rcKtnuranl here the ImiitnenH section
of Sheridan Is a sinoulderlnr. he:ip of
wreckiiBe. ami almost every firm l
put out of business, One blacksmith
shop, a KiiraKe. one bakery nnd on
meat market are all that remain for
the accommodation of tho people.
Reclamation Land Not Aeablo
llolse. Idaho Land within govern
ment reclamation projects ennnot be
tnxed while tho United States holds
tltlo. This. In brief. Is the rullnt; Jut
made by JuiIko Frank S. Dietrich, of
the Inderal court of Idaho. Tho deci
sion will affect rochuuntlon projects
In other Mates.
Ship 109 01 8trawbito
Hood lllver. The itrawberry hli
pine season has come to a clo In the
Hood lllver valley and the recanl of
the Apple Growers' nssoclntloa low
that 10 cur loads h.ve left Hood Wv-
this Beason. which la the laraest
number of core that have ever been
shipped fromthlM point.
Aphis Attacka Young Oreharda
Monmoitlh.-Polk comity's younB
omhardH of cherries and pears nro.
ngnln bclnc molestod with green nphls.
I'ho liny I"1"18 Mper on tho ends of
Die finalleat limbs and do damno to
nvoh nn extent that the leaves ourl up.
Cherry lrftu especially ara avln a
bard year for their foliage growth.
Band In Water Kill Covvt
tlend. Sand as an enemy of the
Qiirymiin ima jut vn cincpv.'rfu uy
ii t'owoll lluttis rnnchcr. A fine dairy
cow of hU died suddenly snd to deter-
myie tho'cue of her death ho made
niu-.xiiinlnntlcn and found that there
wan nearly n qunrt of flno sand b-ir.-rn
the frreond and third stomachs.
Tl cow had been drlnklr.it from shal
low Irrigation dltche. nnd the Ucbt
ptlinlco sand had ben va abundant In
water n to accumulate and cause
dcfith I'lno dairy tfck prevlouily
!ot by other farmers Is now believed
tortiAve died nlso from thn ana cause.
Crawford Make Rullno
Mnmhfli-ld -Attorney Ocneral Crnw.
topi. In a written opinion sent to
Jutlae I'nnuock, of Mnrhfl!d. holds
that reltnitlon clerks, under the new
Uy, CJinnot register voters In other
reclnct than the one In which they
ttppolnteJ. The new law requires
l!i rcRlstratlon clerks to give bond
fur JJ00 for the faithful perforumnce
RATR0L GOES TO TIMBER
Ux Hundred Watchers to Oe In Ser-
U, S. GRANT WEDS;
San OIcko. The wcddlnK of U. 8.
(.rant. Jr., of this city, nnd Mrs. Amer
ica Workman Will, of los Angeles,
which was to have taken place Sat I
urday In n San Diego hotel, did not
occur. Instead of n wadding It was
Announced to those present at the sp- j
pointed time (hat the marriage cero
mony had been performed one week
nr;o by Justice Ocorse Puterbatish.
U. S. (Jrnnt. third, was the only one
of tho brldr,roorn's five children who
was In tho hotel parlor when thn an
nouncement of tho marriage was
His crown son Chaffee Grant and
his three daughter absolutely refuse
to rrooRnlzw their step mother, and It
l said that Mr. Orant, in retaliation,
threatened to cut them off entirely In
his will, unless they change their attitude.
Referendum Suit Is Filed at Salem
Salem. Or. Charsini; gross frauds
In the obtnlnlnK of signatures to the
petitions to refer the workmen's com
pensation act al the special election
In November the state In relation of
dale S. Hill, district attorney, through
K. It. Hlngo, representing the peopK
filed suit In the Marlon county circuit
vourt to unjoin Secretary of Stale Ol
cott from placing the measure on the
Jlee Durlnc Next QW Hot Weeks
Jtdem. With the arrival of warm,
c-y we-Uher hundred of forect patrol--u
fire being sent Into the timber
d'Mricts to keep a lookout for forcat
(i -J. a..... i.Vimiir flllmi itnies
nm.i j v .
etts of the state during August. This j
will be the largest number ever used
la this service. '
The state forester Is now appointing i
the federnl patrolmen, whoso salaries
and expenses are paid by the govern- ,
ment under the provisions of the j
Weeks law. There will be CO of them, i
One or more will be placed in every
county west of the Candidas, and one
In every county east of the Cascades
which has sufficient timber to war- (
rant It. The state force consists of
17 men. n portion of whose salaries J
and expenses Is paid by the forest fire .
association. The other 500 or 600 -mon
will be tho patrolmen hired by
the associations. ;
Slutlaw Reserve Is .to Be Opened
Kugeno, Or. Complete reversal of
the policy of the forest service with
relation to the Siuslaw national forest
and the welcoming of homesteader
to the whole coast country of Oregon,
from Tillamook to Coos Day, was an
nounced here, following a weete'a lv
BDoctioti of the national jptant by
TSe7Tcrcatcr Grave. '
FIFTY MEET DEATH
IN FACTORY BLAZE
Women and Girls Are Burned in
j Binghamton, H. Y Fire
i Trap Building.
i Hlnghampton, N. Y. Fifty persona
were killed, accordlns; to late esti
mates, and many Injured, a dozen mor
' tally, in a fire which swept ths four
story factory building of the Bingham
i ton Clothing company. The victims
' chiefly were women and girls,
i About 125 persons were In the fac
tory when the fire broke ouL Those
, unaccounted for or most of them are
' believed still to be In the red hot ruins
1 of the structure.
j The big outstanding fact of tho ca
I tastrophe Is Its suddenness. In tho
tragedy the klllln? burst of flame fol
lowed quickly on the heels of tho
alarm. There was small opportunity
for anyone to use the ordinary or evea
the emergency means of escape. Fire
drills had been carried on regularly,
so frequently In fact that the employe
had found them monotonous.
When the firemen arrived they were
unable to g?t within 200 feet of the
burning building and the ends of the
streams from their hose were turned
Into steam without effect on the fire.
The fire escapes were not large
enough to hold all who rushed mndly
to the exits and there was a daah for
the windows, the trapped Tlctlrn
screaming with pain as the flames'
swept on them from behind.
From windows and fire escapes
bodies began dropping- They fell
thick and fast. The building was but
four stories high and many who jump
ed even from the topmost floor es
of them were maimed. il He
Boast Gets Him Behind Bar. j
Itosoburg. Charles Howard of ,
I'denbower. who is under bonds for
alleged bootlegging was arrested on ,
iv charge of contempt of court. He
biasted, It Is said, that he could buy
intoxicating liquor at 14 plnces in :
Itosoburg. which Is a dry town. When j
railed before tho grnuil Jury he said
It was true he could buy booe but he
refused to name the places. He was
fined $25 and ordered held In Jail until
he consented to tell.
Exiled Editor Will Return
Salem. Declaring that he was kid
naped and taken from Handon, Dr.
Halloy K. l,oaeh, Socialist speaker and
mbllsher, announced In nn address
hero that ho would return to that city
,-.i several weeks. He said ho would
ret.utno tho publication of his paper
I'll bin return.
CLUE SKY LAW IS REACHING
lltntute Applies to All Companies
With Securities to Sell.
Salem. Corporation Commissioner
Watson has announced that all com
panies with stocks or bonds to sell,
even though they re not offend at
thn present thtie. coino within tho pur
view of tho blue sky law. He said
that tho only Investment companies
Hint nro exempt iiro those thnt have
Ir.sueil and sold all their securities. All
companies, he holds, that have stocks
or pecurltles not contracted for irlor
to June 3 must live up to the provis
ions of the bill.
Klamath Opposes Revision
Klamath Falls. The proposed fed
eral legislation which would close the
Beacon for duck hunting December 15.
Instead of February 15. as provided
by tho stato law, would out out much
of the best part of tho hunting season
ln.thla region. Tho Klamath Sports
mou's uBBoclatlon has takes tho mat
ter In hand and will preea ebjectlona
to tho undoalrublo features.
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People in the News
Augustus O. Bacon has been reelect
ed to the United Suites senate from
Georgia without opposition.
His eminence, James Cardinal Gib
bons of Baltimore, entered upon his
eightieth year Wednesday.
John Purroy Mitchell, recently ap
pointed Collector of the Port of New
York, announced that he was willing
to accept the nomination for mayor on
a fusion ticket.
President McCorralck of the Cook
county, 111., county board, hns Issues!
n statement saying that the county Is
$2,317,000 In debt with no assets In
sight to cover the deficiL
Dr. Sun Yat Sen, ex'rovisional pres
ident of tho Chinese republic, finally
has taken sides In the revolt by openly
proceeding to Nanking, where the
southerners apparently are muck dis
heartened by their defeat.
Medlll McCormlck. of Chicago, vice
chairman of the national committee
of tho progressive party, who visit!
la Portland, does not believe there ia
to be a unlou of the progressive an
Fifty "women vigilantes" at Wnuke
gan, III., seized Mrs. John Richardson,
tore off part of her clothing, rode her
on u rail, polted her with mud. and
ordered her to leave town.
lu papers filed in the Superior court
of San Francisco, Phil K. Gordon, gen
onl agent of the passenger depart
ment of the Sunset Route of tho
Southern Pacific company, with head
quarters in San Francisco, was made
defendant In a suit for 150,000 nnd
costs on charges of alienating tho af
fections of Mrs. Lillian M. Heck, wife
of Arthur A. Heck, of Oakland.
John G, lloylo of San Francisco Is
in tho coulnty jail at Los Angeles,
charged with abottlng tho suicide of
hla wife. Tho couple made a compact
lo end their lives by drowning, which
the wile fulfilled. Boyle's courage
failed hlra, however, when the cold
water of Redoudn Bench lapped his
knees, nnd he returned to shore, while
his wlfo walked to her death In the
Liquors To Be Seized
Salem, Or. Governor West hss Is
sued n proclamation Instructing peace
officers to seize all Intoxicating li
quors shipped Into tho state In viola
tion of federal nnd statu laws.
100 prisoners to Leave Reformatory
Olympla. Wush, One hundred pris
oners nt th Monroe Reformatory have
been granted paroles by tho bonrd of
muiiagers. One wus granted Imme
diate freedom, while the other 99 will
louve the Institution August 1, consti
tuting the largest class ever "graduated."
Brief News of the Week
The English house of lords has
again rejected the Irish home rule bill
by a vote of 304 to 64. If the bill Is
passed again by the commons, it will
become n law without tho approval of
According to a report made at Lodge
City, Kans., by P. A. Classen, state en
tomologist, more than half the grass
hoppers in that district have been kill
ed by poisoned mash which the fann
ers scattered over their fields.
Fraud Is charged at Cleveland. Ohio,
In the use of the Initiative and referen
dum. Indications are that scores of
petition circulators will go to prison
as a result of efforts to get a vote on
the law, providing compulsory com
pensation to workmen.
A corpner's jury which investigated
tho trolley accident nt Los Angeles,
which resulted In the loss of 14 lives,
has laid the blame for the disaster
upon the Pacific Electric Railway
Members of the National Guards of
Oregon. Washington and- Idaho and
tho Duke of Connaughfs Own Rifles
of British Columbia will participate
In a Joint rifle and revolver competi
tion at Vancouver, B. C, in October.
With most of the ngitators In Jail,
the disturbances which havo reigned
in Portland during the p st week be
tween the authorities on one side and
member? of the Industrial Workers of
tho World on the other seem to bo
nearly at nn end. Tom Burns, chief
agitator, was freed ou $750 ball, pend
ing an appeal In his case. Burns was
sontencod to 40 days on the rockpile.
LAND FOR SALE.
Sixty acres on Wilson River, a part
of what is known as the Peter Brant
place, with or without stock. I want
$6000 or more down and will give
plenty of timo for tho balance at 6 per
cent interest. Sec N. P. Hanson,
Last issue October 5.
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