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LARGEfiT . ,'SS"!DTWICE A WEEK-TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
' 'nUUA I ION OF AM V? D a rar r- . . -r-
c- rc l iN I ILLAMOOK UUUN TY
Tillamook, Okuoon, Mav 1, 1DU.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
IS NOW LOCATED IN ITSJNKW HANKING ROOM
I. 0. 0. F. BUILDING
AND INVITI5 THE PUBLIC TO CALL AND MAKE
AN INSPECTION OF THE ROOM
AND IT5 EQUIPMENT
Safely, Security, Service.
;MANY LIVES LOST
; IN MINE DISASTER
' Kofl,r- W Ml bop., lor tlm
! rmiB lire i,l th nu ii,ii.r i-nlomb-j
1 by . fi(il,Mi.,n In niln.- No C
fHl at U tu llr rolllnrloa hero
lUaeuir tin bin tfl f0rcn tlu-lr
n iio Luttiiiir. ahnft Fifty-
! HHMI all l,t.-. fmlrrHj-, were
nii from No 6 Poor bodies
era rwvfd from tin- Minx nlmlt
Til 4iMMr. thi "mi urKt In
! WtolM binary of W.-.I Virginia.
' -nd by i-ipUmion in Uki
j $MMS(K I! el mint No 5 It wnit
foU0;4 li minm Inter by n eo
-jmhwubh. wuirii wiwkrij tnl
J Mian tu4 partially demolished No. C.
Qa NMiulml ml nltmty limn wr
j at wt In No ft and not one of them
leaetMMi tn urfac The ml dm Unm
1 4taily rautbt Mr moo atltut t
' NHHMHi trnfr. rr full! II.......
I II. 4rtm bark br ibi, lnim,.,, i.Mi I fW.lo)uint of teacher nn.l hi sal
I ,2tv - I 1.1.1. u t
M Mly SIMM, r forced to hull j,"' ",c" w,u ,"ruu
IMtr f torts to r.wcfa .jntomhed ut lU" c,,01 complained.
HECGN ' NEWS MOTES
CF GEKE3AI INTEREST
vont3 Occurring Throughout
llo Staio During tha Past
Want Men to Call Own Recall.
KtH'cnu --A writ of mnndnmus ask-
n; flit, circuit court to compel Wil
ls rn Hmecri. chairman, W. II. Wood.
.fnrmW of the school board, nnd W. J.
IJIriK. clerk of tho WnllcrvWo cliool
(lltlrict. In this county, to call a upo
Cliil election for I In' recall of SimpimI
rami Wnmt )m I. ..n ri,..
Xlltl Wood, tutu brim flli-it
m Invdkcd niifin ilwuu
iiiiio oko, lint tny rfull to call tho
In-Uou. In tln'lr olflflul capacity
tn-r wiri) tbo only om-a wbo could
roll ucb mi ck-cllou, uud It li In tliU
itiiUl-iJ man- Unit tlin mnttcr lina
imInrd Tin- troubln In ovr tbo
Take an Ocean Bath at Home, We
Guarantee it to be Sea Salt
Fl oa Line Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction
Sea Salt, Try It', Vou Will Like It. 25c
KOCH tU. HIL-L-, PROPS.
K l- KOCH. I'H. C UliUTSatf-aAJOTHlIKK
Jit.?r lUtUc Vth Mine Guardt.
WlnburK. Ctrf. a baiil bitRan
; bMrmn nnkm ol mine KiiiirilN
WRMt (Hinn UrVr.l Ihn McNull)
ckmI of tb Coloti.ilo fitol & Iron
cowtwnr. tbrfHMirltTit of a inllu
: of Wiinenbtirit
Hherilf J(f Kfr rnfMirtml that
mm ar4 U.in UIIM All of
lb riurtml dtNid. nahl. unrr mlnr
Wbpfll Tlnb. 9Ie. WiirtMum,
rM Ituwlfcu. iMkt
liny Tlmuhy. US; alfalfa, JU
llonnr -C'rmiwy. Mo.
Kck Hniwh. 18e.
Whoat- IHutm. iSt; olub, 9
rod ltuit. kr
llu) -Tltnoihy. 11 ir ton; alfalfa
ll Hr ion
A SAFK DKIDSir IIOX will pro
iret yemr nir from bcini; lost or
itr.tr-l 51 f) jMir year. Tll.l.A
MukK t Ol'NTY HANK.
' Kco'itratlon for State I 179,716.
Balem Hccrotary of Htatt- Olcott
aunoiinci'd Mondry llmt tbc total ruc
ltrutlon mi rcport'-d to him by tbo
county clitrkn wa 179,716. Tbcro arc
Ontr four dnyn rotnitlnlni: on which to
rc;ttir for thr primary, and, unloxx
tbrri' l a IiIk lucrfano on tliot days,
(tin total will not bo more limn 200,000
or about Id. 000 mon Ibnti It wan In
whun tbp womon wore not eu
iltlml to roto nnd Uir populntion of
tbo ttnlo wa conlilnibly Hmallcr.
Coot Line It Kuthcd.
. rabflold. Tbo countructlou work
on tbi' WlllnmcttB-I'nclflc railroad, bo
twocjt .Miirnliftrld and tb Tunmilo
Inknti. a dlKtAtico of 17 ntllox, 1h pro-
IKrvaitltiK an fast um labor can hasten
PLlnuiir& UouHcr, tlm contr.ictora,
' jfnro'nirbutw0rn'o"mlls nnd a half of
c; j tho rlRht-of way cloarod nnd It In fx-
pectod the forcr of about C00 tuun will
bo doubli'd hoou.
Olrds Come Back.
Klamnth Kulls. Not In many year
linii lint uuinbor of r.ooso In tho Klam
nth country boon no lurr.e n now,
wli.Mi l ln bl k Kiiuii) birdx nro rotuniUiK
for lii-HtliiK All day nnd all night,
tho honks ot flocka aro to bo heard,
oh tin1 birds wood tholr way toward
upper Klumutli lake, and Hteamboat
molt vay that tho laku Ik literally ull
fin r:i a i n: A c
I n ... . I I ail i ' I . II
uwie m ana oee tlie Uislies we Are uiving away rree or an
Us On the Telephone.
FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR!
I'lour litis it 1 1 v n 1 1 eel 1 !?() ikm lilil. in I'ortl.nul Can srll HIrIi Patent Hard
wt Mour that is selling in Portlniwl .tt ." at l-li"'"K l
Highland Brand, Hard Wheat, $5.00 bbl. $1.30 sk.
Pure White Brand, Hard Wheat, $5.40 bbl. $1.40 sk.
BUY FLOUR NOW AND SAVE MONEY
RALPH C. nArnM
MRr. Grocery Dept.
Ray & Company
CAVALRY SURVEY IS MADE
After Conference With Officials Lieu
tenant Hennency Talks of Project.
Portland. Pendleton. Klamatb
Knlls, Medford. and poSnibly Haker
will be mnoiiK the Oregon towns at
which cavalry troops will bo otkhiiU
oil for tho roKimont projected by Lieu
tenant l J. HennosHjy, U. S. A., w-ho
Ik dotatiod as military Instructor at
tbo OniKon aKrlcultural coHuko, Cor
vnllls. It Is recarded as certain that troops,
consisting of about BR men each, could
1m raised at each of these towns, and
at other towns In southern, central
and custom Oregon. The Itoguo Htvor
valley, ot which Mod foul la tho cooler,
' could possibly provide two or more
troops. Another might be mUod at
i Lieutenant Hennessey canto to Port-
land from Salem, whore ho had a
' conference with (lovernor West about
i raising tho regiment. Ho found the
I chief executive enthusiastic over th
i Idea, even to tho point of nunouiiclng
' his desire to become a member of tba
Polk Fair U Under Way.
Monmouth. Active prepuratlona
have been begun by the pupils In tho
schools of Ibis city and other sections
FOR EUROPE THURSDAY
Kit1"; N,l'k No""-' Ml
., ',!,lu I m Timlin,, train
VVI'll III. 1,.,
.. . luni.
in a t.. ii .. ...
teal " " wiiiuii
' ui iiri nit
lUlll'.i II... . . ,
:v!n,lHi nftor wiiii.i i u
n plciimint Journey ami nafo return for
th.nii bent of people.
lr incnont were: Mr. "Mil Mrs.
Ntfllx- . Mr. uimI Mm. Arthur Mapcs
mill mil. l.ironl, Mr. ami Mm. Ailulpb
KrlrkH.m ami ilaunliterH, Mr. ami Mm.
Ktirrer, Mr. ami Mr. Curl H". Ml'
,,.! Mis. JflT UarriH, Mr. ami Mrs.
i.' iiiiri.in. Mr. ami Mrs. Win. I ur-
Marle Nellson. Messrs. K. (Tttlnger,
Kriuik ilunter. T. LHshon;, Loulo Noil
sen, .lolui Neilsen ami Victor Neilscii.
Pcrcheron Stallion Liberal.
The IVrchoroii Stallion Liberal im
,,ried Julv. llllJl. by Dunhnma of
10. ....11. 111., anil now owned
11. 111 inn! now owned by tn
,...11 Mr M.i.l Mrs. 'rank I'owms, .ie-1 , , " , .., r ,,f Tillamook, w ll
iluiniu MUlwrB, J''',,. ( rliiiiiH'iw aim ltl,iver, Tuesdays ; Clovenlalo.
IWheolor. MImw Nulllo Puti-ttll, r,""lu ' UVlm.s,lays mid at Tillamook on Fri
(oliu:or, l.ldla hirror, Almfl Hirnjj j , 10 rtail of the week.
1 May Nuwrtmii, Ak" lllllllu' 1
S " DROP IN AND
LOOK AROUND" I
HUERTA AGREES TO
Wmhlnicton.- I'ormal ncci ptance by
tho llucrtn Kovtrnment of the off;r
of Argrtitlna, II null and Chllo to use
their good officii to bring about an
nrnlcahla settlement of the difficulty
brtwonn th Unltod Htnton and Mexico
was cabled to .Spanish Ambassador
IMano here by Portlllo y Hojas, for
oign mil: later In U Hucrta cabinet.
No conditlor.K aro Imposed In the
offer of good offices, connfoucuily the
reply from Mexico City was not :x
peftfil to lion! with conditions which
wilt be ronch'.-d when the peacemaker
lormulnle their plans and make
I'nown bow they projwse to use the
good offices which have been accept
ed. Prasauro from (Sennnny, Great Hrl
tain and France advising Huerta to
ficcopl the first steps toward media
tion und the approving attitude of
Latin-American countries to the set
tlement of the contTovemy by Pan
American diplomacy emphasized the
world-wide Influences which are work
ing to bring about peace.
Neither Ambaseador Illano nor the
peace envoys would make public the
text of the Huerta acceptance. It was
said, however, that Senor Hojas re
plied briefly, accepting the offer and
thanking tho South American plenipo
tentiaries and the Spanish ambassa
dor for their good offices, with a refer
ence to "the real spirit of solidarity
between peoples of a same race."
FORGES IN VERA CRUZ
American Civil Govermont Set
i Up Under Martial Law in
GERMANS HELP AMERICANS
Mexicans at Tamplco Cry "Death to
Grlngoes," "Viva Huerta."
Ualvvstoa. Refugees from Mexico
arriving hero brought fresh stories of
sudden flight, of privation and insult
to the American flag. Many of the
rcfugaeii wore nearly destitute, with
children In their arms.
Tho story of the antl-Amcrlcan riot
In Tamplco. wheu German officers and
steamers went to tho rescue of the
Americans and escorted 20 women
and children aboard tho German cruis
er Drehden, was told by refugees. Of
ficers of tho battleship Connecticut
wild, but for this assistance, there
would have been .bloodshed.
After dnrk crowds swarmed the
pin xii. where fierce speeches were
made and parades formed. "Viva
Huerta" and "Death to the Grlngoes"
cried the crowd. Stones were thrown
and windows smashed. Then it was
that Captain Von Kohler, of the Ger
man cruiser Dresden, sent a terse
note to General '.arngosa. In command
of the port of Tamplco, that If ho did
not stop ttie rioting tnat "l win see
to It personally that It Is stopped."
Japanese Allowed to Cross Into U. S.
Washington. The Japanese ambas
sador has secured from Secretary Bry
nn permission for tho Japanese who
aro in Mexico who wish to leave that
country to find temporary refuge In
the United States.
of southern Polk county for the an
nual school children's Industrial fair
to bo bold In Dallas next September,
county. Vnluable prizes In livestock
nnd cash arc on the list.
More than $500 in prizes has beam
offered by altruistic citizens of the.
Manslaughter is Alexander Verdict.
Grants Pass. William Alexauder, a
75-yearold prospector, was convicted
by n Jury in the circuit court of man
slaughter. Alexander was charged
with tho murder of John Norllng and
Curtis Mastersou In a cabin on Sucker
creek on January 13, nnd tho present
trial was for tho killing of Norllng,
ho not having yet been on trial for tho
killing of .Mastersou.
To Dismiss Baker Cases.
linker. Tho case against all city
officials of Copperfleld, Indicted fol
lowing tho crusndo by Governor West,
will bo dismissed, District Attorney
Godwin has announced, following tho
aciulttnl ot Mayor William Stcwatt
on a charge of vlolatlit', llcjuor laws,
by a jury in five minutes.
Alleged Murderer Held.
Mnrsbt'iold. James Komiti, accused
of kllllna John Kolly at Uonryvlllo.
was Indicted by tbo C( os county grumt
jury ut Coqullle for flrst-detico mur-dar.
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Vera Cruz. General Kr;derick Kun-
, ston with about 5000 men of tho Unl-
. ted States army has completed disem
I General Winston found awaiting
him this order:
"Acting In compliance with Instruc
tions received from the president, the
secretary of war directs that on your
arrival at Vera Cruz, Mexico, with
your command, you relieve the navy
of Its duties ashore Incidental to the
occupation and control of Vera Cruz,
Mexico, and Its environs.
"Orders are to bo issued by the
president through the navy depart
ment detaching the marine corps con
tingent at Vera Cruz for servlco with
the army, the' effect of which orders
will be to place the marine corps con
tingent so delachcJ uuder your com
mand." American civil government, under
martial law, was set up in Vera Cruz
with Hobert J. Kerr, lawyer, of Chi
cago and Moxlco City, as civil gover
nor. The more friendly attitude display
ed in the capital towards foreigners
In the last day or two was In a meas
ure explained when It was learned
from refugees that rebel supporters
In Mexico City had taken steps to
change public opinion.
They circulated handbills calling
upon the people to protect Americans
and denouncing Huerta as the cause
of the landing of the American naval
forces nt Vera Cruz and also as the
author of false and Inflammatory
statements published In Mexico City.
GENERAL VILLA FRIENDLY
Rebel Commander Anxious to Placate
His American Friends.
El Paso. Tex. The International
political situation cleared greatly as
affecting the status of the rebel gov
ernment and that of the United States
w hen General Kranclsco Villa, who ar
rived at Juarez repeated his declara
tion that he would not be drawn Into
a war with the United States, particu
larly as that would serve only to draw
the Huerta chestnuts out of the fire.
Villa said that Carranza's note had
been misunderstood and that the first
chief was as friendly as he was to
the United States.
BRYAN DECLARES NO
AMERICANS ARE SLAIN
Washington.- -Following the an
nouncement that Huerta has granted
permission to all Americans to leave
Mexico City. Secretary Bryan said
that, so far as authentic information
was concerned, he knew of no Ameri
can citizen having been killed In the
capital or elsewhere in tho Mexican
republic within the last few days.
Through the efforts of the British em
bassy hero and tho British legation in
Mexico City, tho Impression that Mex
icans were detained at Vera Cruz had
Advices received through the Brit
ish embassy told ot the completion of
arrangements for tho safe departure
of Americans from Mexico City, whlie
tho KTcnch ambassador gave tho state
department n message he had receiv
ed from the French legation stating
thnt while there had been some antl
American manifestations In tho Mexi
can capital, order now prevailed.
Hefugees were reported safe at
Tainpleo, Puerto Mexico and other
east coast points, with arrangements,
under way to get them to Galveston
Mexico City Fed on Weird "News."
Vera Cruz. The newspapers of tht
capital are reported to bo publishing,
stories to the effect that the Ameri
con forces ut Vera Cruz are slaughter
ing women and children, and the pa
pers call on Mexicans in Moxlco Cltj
to retaliate In a similar manner.
Other stories printed by the news
papers say that France, Germany,
Great Britain and Spain had declared
war against the United States.
The Herald comea twico n weok.
" "'"I wUIich oxproHsod for