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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1913)
ISSUED TWICE A WEEK TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
l-argest Circulation of any P
aper in Tillamook Countv
Tillamook, Okwson, Nuvkmhkk 20, I'JI.'S.
GREAT DAY SUNDAY
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Boys and Girls." Illustrated talk.
t.i . hi. i. i i .imtvi viir
;ju i . in. uapusmai oervice ronowea oy ueguiar evening service
at 7:45. This Service will Close the Special Revival Services.
Subjec for Service: "What Good Thins Shall I Do?"
Special Music Each Service
MR. HUMBERT WILL SING
e?s from oun
Senate Committee Prc3entr
Substitutes for Acminislra-
tion .Currency Bill.
is always admired!
W,!mo flue line of choice fob
lie from wl.leh t nelevt and will
guarantee, you a good'hl tit very
Wr U handle Ornli' IVriiii liinj
Good, mul HrltntUT Cunraittird
Main Ci.aI., f,(ilVr II It trial.
J. WAI. HD WALL
MIIN'S AND t.AI)IJ'.S TAILOR
r 'T if ttiii(in- iff m
wiihlngtoi--Tlio ftiuil legislative
fteht for I'roXltjt ;Uvu'a errancy
bill lifput Irt'tfca ireiint with the iiroa
ontflllnn or inert Uim the divided
Unl in( (tomniluw. Tti oat tiubmii
lv! ty (nu'imnn 0..a ud tie otlier
iljiiuf. rnia .1 th cwmail.o loI.
ccaly ihf IfbiB sl (he iictwc mi!r
(i.ll rontalB ojUy tad) anuiHiliiumta
iu: I r ildujt Wlcon won llllnK to
iS ''or lilichcorV, dwiocrftt. nntl
Iltu tiv rpittllt9U! mnbiuluml n draft
initlhrialK holiin fh liltl iitifl iirn.
tea U;; four fescrv'fl bank owiut by
u 'tlo j ut'llo und controlled by the Kor-
,l!oih Btlon of the committee
ngril on corcntrtlon of pixi'nas,
thalr voliisso and mobilisation, the
vqtunn- of tbu caplul of Uio proonod
brjali. promotion of nn open dlKcoant
timrket. provl.'ilon for Inritlc curren
cy the Uv'unncc of fodornl rotitrvo
notoii. that the fnlcrul notrji flioiild
ba. otillcntlonii of the United Statps,
UUnt tbu H)t(!!n uhould ho n ri'Clonnl
tit - . . : . ....I .. .. .
of n contntl bank, uml on the control
I of tho )Heui lif!f by tho govurn-
i tnont. .
White Hcuc,to Be Closed New Year
I iVtysldtint Wlliion linn decided not to
hold a public reception In tho whlto
DING SOCIAL EVENT
Marriage Ceremony Performed
in Historic East Room of
OREGON NEWS ROTES f
Events Occurring Throughout
the State Curing tho Past
VniihlnKton. Oecupylnic flmt place
in tho important uventa of tho week
at the tintlon'f capital was the vn.-d.
Mothr In Tesrs Sees Clrl.
Salem. Tb tears of mother
pleadlnst that ftio ho pereiltted to see
ding Tunsday afternoon of Miss Jor- ner 'lshtcr, ivhorn she had tfot.seen
l V.'llson, Kcond daughter of' I'rr--
ident and Mr. Wilson. The cere
mony was performed In tin' historic
Kan room of tho white house, on the
very irot wher Miss Nellie (Jrant
tnarriei Algernon C. K. Sartorlos on
May 21, 1873. and where later Miss
Alice Roosevelt was joined In wed'
lock to Nicholas I.onRworth.
An altar had been erected before
the broad window at the east side ol
tho room, n was done for the Kooeo
volt veddlnR. Beforo the altar was a
broad dais, on which the bridal party
for four years, won the hearts of the
Btt board of control and Mrs. Emma
Thompson was slven 'an Inten'lew
with hnr eldest cfilld, Lillian Iarkln.
an Inmate of the state Industrial
school for girls. '
The boanj, however, denied a pa
1 role, after a sestlon of almost two
hours. In which a committee of four,
beaded by Mrs. Jean Bennett, of Port-
land, pleaded thnt the frfrl be released.
Mald Want to Return to Homes.
Albany. Cedle Diethclraan and
Hulda Kraner, who' came from Lu
ll is tin- nim ol this brink to jfhre
tliehcst I m ii Iriug service possiljle
xiiitl we lo it.
It is filso
our nitn to luivc the
equipment such ns
l'ire I'rool Uftiyc'ng
rin; Proof Vault, Hur-
k'lur Proof Safe. Modern Safe
Deposit Boxes and we have
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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The ffoplolof?TUInmwik nwlA-rclnlty
pent Thtinksffivin); dny in varioug
iMiintirr. A Union Tlimikxnlvlnn Sar
vlro wn liolil at th Chrislinn Church
in the murulni; which was nttuiuled by
n fair UeJ eotif;rt'i;atln. Huv. H. F.
White, imnlo.r of no V. 11. Church do
llveri:;); the sermon, Itev, White iravo
r splindiil nildremx which wai full o,'
col ami timely thoiiKht.t. One of the
lliitiK which ltov. White said ho was
thankful for was tho fact that ho was
I a, pioneer of the I'acllk' Slope, and
then he'uoiit on to fjlvu tho views of n
I curtain learned until of Dayton, Ohio,
J whom he recently hoanl make nn ad
dress, which wore to the ulTcct thnt
' the ever onwiirc! mnrch of progress ami
lempiru wait towards tho Hcltiiut Aun
I Mill that In concetitienfo the I'acitlcl
Slope was in the near future to become
the seat of commerce ami Kwur; that
ns the rent of world Kiwer lux) ad
vanced from the Kuphrntc.H Hiver. to
Greece and then on to Home, Spain,
ICnn luutl mid across the Atlantic to our
o-vn eastern shores, it was to soon
otUhlNh itoelf by tho aid of the I'una
mtt Canal on the 1'acitic Coast. Rev
White .hilil special stress upon tho fact
tlmt it. was an Kn.itorn mail who had
Hindu tho above statement. He alto
stated that we should bo thankful be
cause we had for President, Vice-l'res
Ideiit, Secretary of State and other
cabinet ollioials men who were more
than minimally Christians.
A i;uiunil good time and feastliiK
was proi;rm of the tiny anions tho
many homes of the city and at the
hotels. At the Hotel Tillamook a line
ten course dinner wus prepared and
served miller the direction and super
vision of Steward ''ol. Woirall of that
popular hostelry. A lino program was
rendered during thu dinner hour and
everything was done for tho comfort
and pleasure of thu guests. At tho
Ramsey House a line eight course din
dor was served to thu satisfaction of
that popular hostelry's guests. The
dinners tit both hotels were well patronized.
In Iho.ovuiiing dancing was enjiiyed
at tho Commercial Club and at thu
hotito on Nxw Y-nr's day.
was rouchod In this language:
"The usual New Year's reception
Mis Wilson attended hv hir maid. cetne. fcwitzarlnml. to marry, after
entered the E4st rootnOirough the an exohanue of photographs and let
main doorway, from thifllrinor npart- ,er' wilh Jasper Klrtz and Herman
nient. leaning on the nrm of hsr father. I OUD5. newcomers, changed their
Mr. Snyro, Ir. Wllfrwl T. Crenfol!, ol ' n?lnd !lcr ae'nK th ln
tho Labrador mlsilon, the best man. c16- T,)e ' .voraen now want to
and the Rev. Sylvester W. Beach j return to their mountain home. They
awaited her at the altar To one side I,BVe no o!sey. and a public aubscrip
were the diplomatic corps. Opposite tion m' be started for them,
them were the guests of the senate j .,
and tho house and In another group i Rostbur9 Couple Wed; Qecret Held,
tho personal friends of the Wilson i Koseburg. To be married in their
family and the representative ol ' own horat'- rttA-etl oj ' oae o .Rose-.
Wahhlngton resl ientlal society. f burg's busiest rosldatice greats'., and
to live tojj.-:ner lor, seven, days wun
oat oven tfte Immediate a:es)jers of
their families having knowledge of.
OPPOSE INSURANCE CURB
icy cf Wisconsin.
Chicago. i-ndtaiaation of
will not be held on January 1. J9H 1 "f or state insurance commissionert
Th.. dcH-iriurn from eustom on this In the interna1 u:fa!r8 of fraternal In
attached to the fwldtnp of B. F.
Shlules and Mrs. Carrie Thompson, of
occasion Is due to the ft.ct thnt the
president will not be In Washington
at that time. Owing to the Iouk ses
sion of congress, the president has
had no vacation since his Inaugura
tion. As the approaching sea ton of
conresH will he the long seaslou. tho
only opportunity for the prealdent to
secure u rest will be during the urjsl
holiday recess of congrsis.M
In this the president has shattered
a Ioiik established custom a.aii his tic
tlou will be rvaontod In Washington
"Circular 8" is Upheld. .
Tho legality of "Circular S." putting
Into effect the Ulck law for the reor
ganisation of the nillltla. wns uphelil
iu nn opinion by lirlgadter Gonaral
Kuooh II. Ciowdor, Judgondvocnte
genernl of the nrmy, imide public by
The olrcnlnr, tho legality of which
wns challenged by the National (iunrd
AHSoclatlon, holds that tho federal
government will recognize national
guard officers and organizations only
whun reitulreuieut of tho regular nr
my uro compiled with ns to organisa
tion, equipment and discipline.
Election Chasm Bridged,
Temporary laws for direct election
sumnre orders exi'reased in reso
lutions adored here by thu executive
board cf tV. ' itlcial fraternal con
Tho resc'-itlou resulted from r
por:" of officla's of the Independent
Ord"r of Foresters of Toronto that
the lusurinee commissioner of Wis
cuns'n had demanded a chango In
plr-s for n special assessment cf SO.
000 members which the order's con
utuiion does not call for. The reso
It: lion asserts that such a policy flnd
no warrant ln the laws of any state
and If successfully pursued will be
destruoUve to the fraternal Insurance
Hop Growers Plan Union.
Salem, Or. Without a dissenting
voice, 76 hop growers of tho Willam
ette vnlloy met here -and took steps
to effect a ponneaent organisation of
similar nature to the big fruit unions
thr.t are now uniting the strength of
the fruit growers of the northwest.
Washington University Regent Namec
Olympla. Wash. Hldridge Whoeler
for many years hond of the schools
of Monteaano and now mayor of that
city, u proinlnont democrat, was an
Co-operaticn to be Urged
Farmers' Week. . J.
Corvallis. Farmers' week the
agricultural coMego this yen is De:
cember S to 13. While itfg designed
to make the rogulur ,.es a farm
producUon as sr jng'and practical as
possible wit)-m flvo a;iys 0f In
struction dcnM,nstration, the key
l:3te ho course will he rural or
".'. .m! po oonitlon. This
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oily, a proimiium iitiiiiuuiiti, . , . , , , , i..,,,roi
pointed a regent of the university l 'W'-ect wlU b '"""J1 ?r ' SS
Washington to succeed How.nl o'.ond lantern corsea b J)r Hector
Cosgrove. son of the lato govur'
who rosiirnod recontly.
Rcva.-ds for Homfc'
Salem. Oosernor Wop'
clamatfoii has offored
J.500 for tTio arre?'
of any person v
.. i u-iin rflturneu mis uu
from a tour of 11 European countries,
as a mowbor of the American commis
sion Dr. Macpherson procured an
InstrucUvo collection of photographs'
while iu Kurope, and these will be
ued to Illustrate Industrial and eco-
to ,thods anions the rural peo
1 1 v 1 1 v
lioiiiiciuo iu o-, state and
of senators were Indorsed by the sen-1 proclamation he revoked
lit lieroby kIvdii thnt the
am u.im wish theli?iiliiiion tuned und
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"h will ho tukitn diirlmr repalrcil, pIiniBo pnone hi .
ah ii..i . . . .
Mil Lll illllll 1 IIIT1I1M1 VII.
W. S. llu'ol, County Kupt.
- . iun
f innrcM, hitrnusM mul wiinn
f would trade on town prop-
vaiiui ii ii. j iiiaiiitiun
plniio atoro as his tiiniir, I.. I- Wvyds,
..in i. i.r.. m.xL week'ffor h short
tlino. All work gunriiiilwd. M'liul
Now Spniilsh Kitchen for nl. Kit
qulro of Mrs. C. A, Comfortli.
Harris' Bargain Store
Opposlto Kit's (liirago
Is giving a ticket away
with every purchase on
Drawing for the
Beautiful $10.00 Doll
To be drawn for Christ
mas Eve. Come and
trade here and save
WATCH MY WINDOW FOR
ate elections committee. Senator
l'olndextor's bill providing that sena
tors shall be elected under present
laAvs governing the selection of repro-sentatlvesut-hirge
or governors until
each stnte has mailo provision for
elections under the new constitutional
uuienilateiit wns recommended for
National Capital Brevities.
l'resldent Wilson has perhaps the
most Important (ask ho has confront,
ed since his Inauguration, Iu tho se
lection of three new nioinhora ol tho
liiterstatu commerce commission.
Abolition of political bosses and the
general condition of tho democratic
party wore umong the subjects dis
missed lit a conference between I'rosl-
dent Wilson und William V, McCotnbs
chairman of the democratic untlounl
John DaKBctt MoOro will not resign
as counsellor for the state department
March 1. Ho denies friction between
himself nutl Ilryau, Ho was advisor
on the Mexican situation under Taft,
und acta Iu tho same capacity under
Democratic suuiitors friendly to ttir
appointment of II, M, I'ludcll, tt
Peoria publisher, us ambassador
Russia, let It ho known thnt I
would muke an extrumu effort t
euro tho confirmation of his nc
tlou before thu end of tbo wee1
In n pro-1
n re rani of
aud c jnvictlon
no has c mimltted 1 - ... ..m
r I , lit- UllA t.Wtl-..
nn.l ' ...... "v . ....oltvil
m iuiun.o. i.vonomlcal production,
all unearu- niCso systems of account
ing and cheaper credit are the cardinal
points in his uoeinuu u. .. ---
edrowaWi offeiol. here! afore.
i oo suutien ueatn of t mmlsslouer
Marble, of tho lutersti j0 eommorce
commission, will mill e n0 change In
tho plans rCr the bet,' An,ng ot the In-wti-ii.tion
of the . A3tern railroads
request for advanci j lu rates, it was
That railroad e: tng,, ar0 not com
mensurate with fie jnerL,ased cost of
operation, taxes wllJ.cs nml addi
tions to equipn Mt nccebsnry to moet
commercial ,! ,aml8 of tll0 C0Untry.
was the stnt- rarJit nlule t0 the .Inter
stnto comm. commission by repre
sentatives i ... .....Ib nraulllE for
il HIU IHIIIW""
lTicroaso of 5 l ceut In
"DROP IN AND
rv AtrTTWTV' I
Hobs Have Cholera.
.,n,iitnnllii: cholera has made
H8 appearance ln the cast end or
t, .in,. ,.ntv. and Ur. C. W. Las-
sen. county veterinary has placed the
Infected animals In quarantine. He
estimates that already lou nos
died of tho disease, and says that the
farmers are somowhnt. amrmeu ...
the epidemic. Serum Is being used to
prevent any further spreau.
Socialist Teacher Cleared.
Qulncy. Mrs. Flora I. Foreman,
principal of tho Qulncy school, recelv
ed from the school hoard a vote o!
vindication of tho charges of having
taught In hor Bchool doctrines of so
cialism, sedition nnd atheism. . An
appeal will hi, taken to the state boarfl
of educatlou for further lioarlng-
Pender Found Guilty of Murder.
St. llolons. "Guilty as charged ln
Iho indictment" was tho verdict of tho
Jury in the case against John A. Pen
dor, charged with murder In the first
degree for the killing of Daisy Wehr
man on Labor dny, 1911, near Bcap-
poose, Columbia county, Oregon.