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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1914)
ISSUED TWICE A
O.ROULA-r.ON OP ANV PAPER ,N TILLAMOOK COUNTY
Tillamook, Oimoo.v, Makcii 0, 1011.
ii pi jjuuvvmg ua new opnng
Spring Styles are More Interesting than E
l.ilnt of new ftppnrvl nil h.ili .iuv m vwll ,t,ft, y.ur attention. The
wort' .mil iivwtfKt of SmtH. Conts mul rlrewi-n have U-eti enrefnll)- chosen
forNts link' fowling Kurmrnt milkers; you nrc eurdinliy invited t view
tnc i i'.iumu inanity. IK iv nrc nunic clever moJel in Suit ami Coals
d(S) 't I hi ctir south window. Ym'll hclm! i look at them.
Will t'lv for your inspection Snim Iiv morning. anl we have gathered
for V i livtion the seartnu H latest an I moit nim.ml kIvIch in mn-ri mul
JroH We have one of lit tl.iu I'm best tmllitiu s won it this m-jimmi
mill ' always at your service.
Hart Schaffner & Marks Spring Suits
Are" here now in great ai ray -all the new weaves that'?, worth while -Km
!- that's good to see and wear.
Tfu New Spring Shoes, Silks, Dress Goods and Wash Goods
I- ninl other new n -im i . hau hv is arm i-it; on everv train
NEWS FROM OUR
Rural Credits and Trust Bills
Measures Likely to Be Given
Preference Uvcr Others.
UHnlitiiKlon -Trust tKtKtHtIofi and
a in taw iu enhance rural credit
Uifi.to adjournment of congr arc
the only iiitwKurtMi on the "muni" list
TAX RECEIPT IS ORDERED
Court Mulct on Uncontested Sum
Due From Hallway.
Olympln, Wash -By order of tha
Thurston county court tho 30 Wash
ington counties in which the North-j
ern Pacific urn! (Jrrsat Northern opur
!' muni accept approximately 12,&00,-
000 In uncontested railroad Uixon, Icav-j
Itig J203.00Q taxuu to be contitated.
Th acllon of tho court ends n situa
tion that threatened to result In lb. J
financial enibarrnMiment of the mate!
and a majority of the countlea through ,
of ilio adtninlalratlon for tint punnn-J J"0ir ui all railroad taxoa. The coun-!
Hrni MiMUon of twngroae. It was made ' ue we,rt' ""willing to accept partial
kluwa ri-.nily. Tula nscepu the' Payment, fearing they might Jeopard-
. A bill to rial lliu toll uxumptlou ' neann ' railroad representatives
lien !ion of th I'atwinn auwl act' wer" l'lcl In tho poaltlon of aiiklns
pjolmWy wUI h. Introducoil within 10 ' wttrt u force tho countl.-a to ao
il by ltitc:iutlvtt Ailmnaon, ! c,t ItMO.WO rallrwaij motioy. while
n'ry approprtMlion bill, which'"" w)wr enaaciw of collctltii; later
f now rnplilly Utlnt; UIhooxnI of. I th" I'rUon contitatixl. At tins court
ubnirmati of ih liiiertt coinmarcf
09u1mlll.nL It will olfr no compro
uA4' hativr In the tltuailon and In
otrtalii to provoke oppoaltioti both In
th bouar aixl konatij.
f 'tlx- initoiKratlon bill, hlch hau
IkaMtxi the Loii and t to bf rportM
ftuD) ill'- cotniiilttcu thin wuiik.
, Im will lm uiumI to a conclualou.
j Ihr trust btlla. It Ik now apparent,
j ft iil rt-qulrt- conaldt-rablfr inori- tlmi In
pertrcilnit than oiislnalty antlclpatud.
March 1 aa am n month i'Ko an Uic
tiuxi far buglniiliiK aunalilcratlon of
tlie counties rtalateil. The tunns of
tho ordur apcclfy, howtr, that by
accuptltiK paymimt tho counties Iobc!
Huerta Demanrii 5000 Refugee.
Kl I'aeo, Tox. AirtlnK that tho.
I no warrant of International law or
trout y undor which the 5MKI Mvilcnna
who fltd to the United Statirs nftft
th- battle of OJInas and who aro In
toniixl at Kort Illlaa can be held, rep
ria'iiUtlvea of tho Mucru novernm"nt
her aro prcpaiinc to InaUtntn hnbea?
Ilm prx.,.ccsl admlnlatrailon' bill., but' cor,'1",, P'-W t" obtain elr 1,1 j '
not omi- of the utile protionitl la rondy
t r roualderallnn In Htbt-r branch
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
IS NOW LOCATED IN ITSJNEW'BANKING ROOM
I. 0. 0. F. BUILDING
AND INVITES THE PUBLIC TO CALL AND MAKE
AN INSPECTION OF THE ROOM
AND ITS EQUIPMENT
Safety, Security, Service
rL,r.A IVI IM AIK AT VAJ.
KITCHEN RANGES mnd
See U for Pricci BeforeJOrdering EUewhere
I'copie 111 the News
Th I ari of Mintu. i rso irnor cull
rrai of I'unmU. and ex viceroy of In
dl. la dad
Mlaa Marttarot U'llaon, daughtur ni
Ut tradnl. aa thi c.'iilr of at
miction at an onl-rtlniiutnt and
AMU nl lh CoHinionwoiillli reception
In Nw Vora.
Oovemoi Dunnu nf IIIIiioIk on liir
rnttim in v hlcaito (mui Waahli)Ktu:i
tlclrod that ln itl tioi bo a enndt
Uat for lh Unllial Stain atuialc at
tho nwl clticllOM.
9m liyitinoo will not bu t.nuKht m
th public achoola of San Pranclaco
Bya 8upiirlnlnilant Itonconvlori, whe
cblnl tho KliliJiiCl Dhauld bo haiiilh'il
bj tha panuitH, tho church or tho fain
Jack l-ondnn miyn ho In willing tc
nopopl tho umitlnntlan for proahli-ni
Of tho Unliod Slalc on tho prohllu
Hon tlokot. and ho wuld nlno accep
the HiiiroiaryMhlp of tho national no
Minn Carrlo Wolin NIIch. a tolophonc
oponiior at CornluK, Onl., rocolvlnK nu
aiiR'r to callH ut tho Volli-l'nn:o
Htntlon. iiollflcd Iho pollco. Tho of
flccra found that Iho iiIkIii clork had
Ihhmi uninlorod. David Hiinii. urimI in
wn nrroatod on auaplclun.
MalthoH J. Mclntyro, who inndc
uourly J l.oOt.000 piIhIiik Iioi;, loft the
hulk of hla oMlato lo St. Patrick"
church lu I.011K Inland, hIkiiIhb the
documont wllh IiIh mark. aH ho had
never learned to wrlto. Tho will was
admitted to prolmto over the. content
of nlno nuphcwN and nlccca, In the
trial at New Vork.
DELSMAN & DOLAN
OUNIJKAU CUMI2NT CONTRACTORS
Sidewalks, Floors, Foundations, Chimneys,
Building Blocks, Brick, btc.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
WICI AT CHMENT BLOCK FACTORY COM. 2ND AVK. KAST
AND 6Tlf ST. BOTH Pliut.
Georoe Turner to Run for Senate.
Spokane. Wash. Announcoinent of
hlii candidacy for the democratic nom
ination aw a candidate, for tho United
SlulcH neiiato lu the election of next
November, h boon maito hero by
UmirKo Turner, a Spokane attorney,
,ui oxUnlled StnteB aenator from
WaHhluuton from 18U7 to 1903.
Severe Blizzard In Eaat.
Now Vork. -With lemperulureH rla
inj; and fair weather promised, New
York and vicinity beuau to omerr.o
from thu Hlonn which railroad and
teloKraph company officials assert has
been lb" most destructive lu thU sec
lluu of lln country alnco tho memor
able blUanl of 18K8.
Reno Quakca Four Tlmea.
lU.no, Nov.-Kour dlstluct earth,
quakes were felt Sunday lu Kouo and
Tho Old SpantHli KUclinii la a line
place to l.'i't '0'1 fl18' K00'1 yvkv
and k'oiHl treatment.
Conflrcn Give Up June Adjournment.!
P.i-prwMrntatlve Undorwood, demo-
cratlc lundtir of thu houae. admtttod
that plans to adjourn conrctm In June
had ' none sllmmurlriR." He would not
maikC a now prodlctlon ri'fnlliij; ad'
Jouriimeiit. alatlliK that the apecdlne
up pror8 would continue.
CoiiKcallon and delay iu couslderinR
approi-riatlon blllo. and not th "ad-
I mlulHtrnllon program," are r on pons I
; blu for tho liitibllity of concruhH to
j adjourn In June, r.iderwood Mated,
j llo etpraeHl confidence that the an
U lriiB! and rural candldalu legislation
would not intorfuro v-!th an early ad
journment, hut that roinlny business
would extend the session longer than
May Ignore Protest of Italy.
.Members of the senate. Immigration
committee are Inclined to Ignore In
tltuatlons that the Italian covcrnmunt
will not sif.n a new nrhltrallon treaty
with the United Stnteb unless assured
(hat tho section of the petidliiK liiiiul
crallnn bill providing for the Untied
States health Inspectors on Immigrant
ships, shnll not apply to'ltallai) steam
cru and that the proposed literacy
test shall not interfere wllh Italian
Senators are inclined to attribute
Italian opposition to tho Influence ol
titeamshlp companies. Committee
members believe that even If they
were disposed to favor Italy, there Is
no wny to frame a provision for a lit
eracy test so as lo mako an exception
of nny country.
Bills Provide for Leasing of Land.
Administration bills to regulate de
velopment of tho vast resources of
government-owned lands in the wesl
will bo Introduced lu the senate and
house by Senator Myers, of .Montana,
and Hepresentatlvo Ferris, of Okla
homa, chairman of the congressional
public lauds committed.
These measures, drafted after ex
tended conferences .between the two
chairmen and Secretary Lane, of the
Interior department, are designed to
mako available for Immediate develop
ment treasures In coal, oil, phosphate
and potash deposits.
Tho bills would provide for the leas
lug of public lands under restrictions
lo guard against monopoly and to lu
sure development. Itesulting royaltle
would go In tho first plnco to the
reclamation fund to he used lor devel
opment of Irrigation projects In the
arid nnd homl-urld states.
National Capital Brevities.
nepresenlatlve I.'ICngle, In h house
bill, proposes tho construction of a
$15,000,000 aeroplane fleet for tho pro
tection of cities from bombardment
by n hostile aerial army.
Thu millers of the west won a vic
tory when tho supremo court of tha
Unllcd States held that bleached flour
watt not injurious to health unless it
could bo proved that It contalnaU In
Tho administration's plana for two
battleships were upproved by the
houso naval corauiltteej. lUa prpDOied
HI GILL IS ELECTED
MAYOR OF SEATTLE
jii AND 0- RYAN
liSiJ OY MEXICAN
General Carranza Declares the
Ponton Case a British
Nogaies. Kouora. Oenoral Carranza
declined to furnish Information to tht
ttato d'-partineni at Washington re
ranting the kilting at Juarez of the
liritlab aubjoct, William S. ilnton. At
the aamo time hi; cave aaaurances tc
Hwretnry Hryan that he would invea
tigatc (he diaappoaraore 11 par Juare?
of Ouatav Itauch, an American cltlzon
This alrongly defined stand came
after three days of negotiation be
tween the American secretary of state
and oonaUtutlonallsta' commander-in
chief, through Frederick Slrnplch
Amorican conaul at N'ogal'-x, and Ysi
dro Kabela, acting secretary of foreign
relation in Carranza's provisional
The stand was taken by the revo
lutionary loader that the death of Ben
ton, a lirl'oa. should be taken up
through the diplomatic channels of hit
In tho written meaaage to S-cretary
Ilrynn which waa addressed to Consul
Slmplch, Carranza did not Bay that
investigation of the Denton case
was being made on bia part. How
ever, simultaneously with the twe
notes to Washington, Secretary Kabe
la issued an official announcement
saying that th ilentou case was being
Investigated for the satisfaction of the
Seattle, Waah -Hinun C. GUI, -who
was elected mayor of Seattle In 1910.
recalled in 1911, Just after the women
of Wahhlngton had been enfranchised
aad. defeated In ly 12, w-2s elected
mayor of Seattle by n maTority ol
H.000, defeating James D. Trenholme.
(Jill ran on a platform of strict en
forcoment of the laws. Four years
ago he was elected on an "open town"
platform nnd his recall resulted from
.his nllcged toleration of vice.
i. in s cniui supporters in tho press
cut campaign weru men who brought
Kl Pawi, Tex. The trip of the Ben
ton investigation commission to Chi
buahua was suddenly postponed short
ly before the commissioners were
about to take the train.
While confidentially It was felt Car
rnnza's attitude delayed the departure
of the commissioners. It was explaia-
ed by officials here that receipt of
Instructions from the state department
to postpone their mission was coincl
, dent with the failure of the commis
' slon to obtain a regular passengei
i train for Chihuahua, controlled by the
about his recall in 1911. .Many of his;
supporters in former campaigns were'
against hi in.
The other city officers elected are:
Corporation counsel, James K. Brad
ford; controller, Harry W. Carroll;
treasurer, Kd U Terry. Theso candl
dates weru opposed by socialist uom I
UNITED STATES NOT BLAMED
British Government Officially An
ncunces Its Policy.
London. Sir Edward Grey, the Brit
Ish foreign minister, before a gather
ing of members of the house of com-
Inecs and were elected by overwhelm ; motlSt , repiv ,0 a mlestiot! as to the
Ing majorities. All three aro the oc
cupants of the respective offices.
Holds State Keeps 8-Hour Law.
Salem. Or. The supreme court. In
an opinion by Justice .Moore, holds
that tho employes of the stnte Instl
tutlons do not work more than eight
hours dnily nnd as .1 result of the de
cision it probably will not be neces
sary to create deficiencies for any ol
the state institutions.
Bags Found; $200,000 Lost.
Paris. A bag stolen from a pott
office delivery wagon In. the Hue Chau
chat and which contained $"00,000 lu
cash, was found empty In a lot in
Wheat Club, 91c; bluestem. 99c;
red Husslan, 90c.
Hay Timothy, $17; alfalfa. $H.
Butter Creamery, 30c.
Fggs Itanch, 21c.
Wheat lUuestom, 97c; club, 8Sc;
(Hi Uut'slaii, &i!c.
Hay Timothy, $17 per ton; alfaltV
.14 per ton.
'"ru- 1'! '
' I r " -or) . " '
to build Bubmarlues for the defense
of tho Pacific coast and to couatruct
and maintain them on this coast.
Tho supreme court holds that laud
Is lund, even If tho government sur
veyors did report It as wuter. Tho
Washington courts hnd hold that the
litigant hnd no title because tha land
did not exist.
The fact that the house committee
on rivers nnd harbors agreed to an
appropriation or 11,000,000 to contiuuv
work on tho north jetty at the mouth
of tho Columbia river makes tt prac
tically certain that an appropriation
of nt leant 1 lint amount will be curried
by tho rher aud harbor bill when It
becomes a law.
death at Juarez of William S, Benton,
the British ranchmnn, said:
'"All efforts have failed to procure
an Investigation Into the facts respect
ing the death of William S. Benton.
The persistent difficulties put In the-
, way create the strongest presumption
, of a desire and an Intention to conceal
I the truth on tho pan of those iu Mex
; ico who are responsible for what has
"Communications with the govern
ment of the United States areatlll
proceeding, but I repeat whatfiisaiil
last week that these communications
do not Imply that the government of
the United States has any responsi
bility for the death of Benton.
"I would sum up the situation by
tsaying that If tho United States thinks.
It proper to take further steps either
on behalf of its own citizens or of a
British subject, we will gladly wait
"But If for renaons of Its own the
United States does not think it rt culp
able to take such steps we must, of
course, reserve to ourselves the right
to brlug about reparation wheneve
there is an opportunity."
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