Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934, June 19, 1914, Image 1

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,SSUKD TWICK A WEEK-TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
tlRGEbTClRCULATIONOrANY PAPER IN TILLAMOOK COUNTY
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'll.l.AMOOK, OliliCON, Jl'NH 1'J, 1 1) 1 ..
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THE FIRST NATlONAL'BANKi
or rii.UM00K
S;M)W located in its nkw hanging room
!. 0. 0. F. BUILDING
AM) INVI1 LS THE PUHUC TO CALL AND MAKE f
AN INSPECTION OP THE KOOM
AND ITS KQUII'.MKNF ; i
Safety, Security, Service.
u no ncoTnnrn m . m:: w:na .-'.rno
r ' ' ' ' . . I: !AuC,,i BUTTE RI37EHS FOii
ITALY BY SOLDIERS , il mmm tm5 otmm pity
If IHlli. UUI1 I IIUL Ulll
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Hum --V.'lftt fKi'uimllon of I ),
diMffMtl pri,vm i, ibp m iitftfj
tor nrtr I rapidly iK-ina ru.M
M4 it to .r',1 that lihu, fl ,n.
Of tWO tfc dttllK t of HMKNa, rotn
prtat'ia tbr pronim. f lloiotfnit. jr
ma. rUtrnr.a and Kuril wlil ba r.
umeJ normitl . ..n.iiiiona
As onuuiMllmi fatur. la ih Knr
I strlk ltji,0n w., b procufmn
" Of IWItau r-publir by the peo
pie of several town Ur.1rlaR on thu
AdrUtH. noribetrii
to OMOe towns llkit I'Wl.notw. ,.,i
IltMlnl veoMM lmlliir to tho of tint
Prftcfc rtrcltiUon wnre enscnv.. Th
Inhabitant, nuH by M-pon Imunl
'rum tha Bn:4unr lr ol (tin nimrrjil
Ur eomailtte st Anronn. an Important
ipti on Uie Adriatic, m ttt affect
taut retoloticiu) movement had
lMa soroaaaful in ortthrowK ili.i
MOMMA ttrocktluMl a republic i.tul
utwtlttrt4 for 'he national IIsk the
Wk UatiAf of :ht I'muiiU' l:im..
Ifllnelt Court Upholds Suffrroc
Sprlnjtfieiil. Ill- lllltioi. wumpi, uf
taw art. wfcicfc permit:) i,i.t m
jto t u vom lor otrica prwiM
joy uut anO ou prowii!uti pn
OBH4l to flfctorata, wa clur..l
jvolM la a docUlon liy th Man- u
Supporters HId a Confcrenco
Thoy Will Ac
CA5TELE SOAP CHANCE
8 Cents a Cake
i-i i it t iiiiDii ifir i ! ii-iiv i iiiiwi np
. li i I r l" i .1 t . '
c i i.io.l I'DIWIIIipotl 1 1 1 r I ,IH liMHV
I Hit V ( lh Si ft Cake
LLAMOOK DRUG STORE
KOCH S: H.LL, PROPS..
' H. I'M. U. nifUTSCHIi. AIV I UVXK
' "! ; AV' K. tJHEiV)N
I Idaho BanUtr Mol Convicted.
- OMfHi. Irtlit Aftec 'S Hour' tlf
, Nlamiton. tan Jurr lo th cunt f tHi
fwU !. j a Ot -ns and r 11
, lo ain .u a vmlict uml wn ill
j coartxi by m conn
j Cmll Scldrl Nominated At Senator.
j mayor of Mllwaukeo. w nomlnittwl
; Uf hf &oun Itttaooniiic wrty of
H'lroitn 'or tfijllrj Slatim m-nnlor.
ratal Storm In Parlt.
I'uri (.!pv.ii Mrtm ar Iwllcvi-J
to bat Imw.i VIIIimS an unknown num
hor lnurl !nt ht.a itnmna-i' to pro
ttiy rMuit. liuui a tltundt-r ntul mill
ic'ji. of -lTii,iiitml oli'iin wlilch
r !!! it't I'aria for tljri'O liotim. Si'V-
frl nili i.iTnl lit. flimilflllK Il.
. ;r I itiiiu.'iii.r pita ri'plrtro aotiU'
.r !! 1 1 ix.ulewirtU In tlio city.
Itutto, Mont.- An wtltntit to lynch
two npolal deputy ihorlffH. ffforta to
itv.t.i.. . i ... i ... u ... .
I , ( nnuiu in" iiwfii(mj'':i n. iliillliHilllluu
.flOr Leader. ,y n fr .j0jmrunnt of th- city nml
Knral rlotlns ftumi the Sunday
i 5. 'i ; 0nrl Villa nw r rtli turliance tirouht about by tho
lation to Cnlioral Cnrran aohtarn In the Minors' Union, which
tfca fliwol i-uk. It haa 1.'- ' baciiim- wid finiurday c urine th.' eel-
fibraUon of th orcanlzation'M 21th an
nlvoraar)'. and 'na cappixl liy Uie dy
namiting of tin) homi.-H of two official))
of tb union.
Karly In tho afternoon u crowd took
two prHoiiur from tho nil; later took
pocaeMlon of an nnrlnl fire truck.
A d(titgnrlon vlHltwl tho thre! nwa
paper offlt'AM and (ltjinandid that no
furtlnir mention he made dnrosatory
to tho I. V.'. V. and that thu wordu
"mob" and "rlotHra" not appear In any
nowfipapor utory.
.:.; looaor of thu constitutional-1 no noia wri! cauewi oy lonR-
lti.Toiqtfan, nd Villa. liU moat uc- tndln 111-fnollnK between the ros
tfr. -MfTtalti. ! "I1""" "f th; 0000 niotnbera of tho
(5 ci'MkoQ 10 tbc Information bo-, W"""' Fdoratlon of Mlnorn here
.nig acd n)grapb. It later learn-! md h InHurgonts, montly merabeni
J Bhat Ibe cutoro hfmi nnd thnjnf t0 I- W. W.
'rKu;y (U;mii:scnt at Juarez hail
!i9t.S .nni.call h Villa', olfkera ! Wrrld 1 Po, T,tle ' Lost b America
' "M ulba MluA confllctlnr. V' .-t?ook Club. Woatbury. L. I.
po"(n from tho wuth rciordlaR the T !! International polo cup, enfblom-
MilSro or of troop, under O. n-; ant' 01 wor, a aPoB.blp. will
oraMtni. rjirroMa iippolntPc. In at- ih owan .win. It wan won
. i?!1 ... ....... ... i Olid Clinm of the fiorlpti with thi- ITnlt.
i'.s;.crni na wt;u mat um aiucK .
I nlfj( r Hi)f
j (Miihin tt
ate iooii boro, F;ollowin Uila VJ!
biuk i .uim mllUftry ohlof hold a con-fc--
nil nl h round mlIn" to
I f?Wbi4. dcs-JJ Uicy would ntt'tipt
noH.(r toon Villa a their luadur.
Cftraarii a offlc at Jtmruz un:
oomli-(tl by Villa uptortir hnro.
ScTjlbr oqfitolk'an nt nutbvnttcally
rjWrif to h".vo titkon plc at Chi-buy:-
i;4!y ns4 t Torrwon.
'f h aitnru of thp offlct In Junri'i
wflnukn horo ac couclualv.- itvldonce
(fb loOAMirodlolod "pllt Wwwa
while ;
rtfaprttcr 9tirt k detalla wnro i:lven j
lor) Vliiu, in the miKii.llmc. ha;:
resiituiMl At Torroon. nlthounlv crdur-; Wheat Club, Stjc; blueutem, 63c-
tl to,rwivl to th nItanc of Na-. rCHl HuHelan, SCc
THE MARKETS
Poriland.
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HftJ-
thr&fliy Qvntn Oarrnnra.
AMiol tho otftclalu rcmovcd.byJV'HInJ iluttcr Creun
Timothy. $16- rtlfnlfa. $m.
-Creamery, ,:7Q A. .-
Seattle.
Whont IiluP4tem, S9c
rd Kuflsliit:. 55c.
llay Timothy. $17 per ton
$H l r ton.
I'nttiir Creamery, 2Cc.
club, SSc;
alfalfa.
Special Grocery Prices
52c
iSc
Quaker Oals
. :f i i ...
f- v 1 1 1 l V
ti . .
Dried Fruits
w- i
"rt It.. 1 t) I s t If
v ''inn i i-iiciici uc fvr iu.
Crescent Baking Powders
." Pound Cm, ivutilar price
$1 00 now 85c
l Pound On ii. Ken u In r pnee
70c, now 55c
1 Pound Can, regular price
20c
ve, now
COFFEE AND TEA SPECIAL
v -in .ivum v.nin-e in tin I'""; -
C.eiinim Aineiienii Ctil.cc. Steel Cut, 1 pound 30c
Ciennan AiiuTiam Collee, Steel Cut, 'A pounds 85c
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RIDGEWAYS HIGH GRADE TEAS
Orange Label pound :5c; Orange Label 1 pound lif.e
'it Maiestv's Hlend , poun.l lif.c; He. Majesty's Hleud pound f,()c
? Majesty's lllcml, 1 pound $ 1 ,0(1; Capital Household, ' a pound Loe.
Ray & Company
t3U r a v-is-va.
- vii iiVjVI1!,
Mgr. Grocery Dept.
MEXICAN ARMISTICE ASK ED J
Notify Carrania Mut Cease Warfare,
Deforc Can Participate.
Nlncnrn Knlla. Out. Tho lliwl
ct it oabltict had taken over the man
itt i:rixl .t th rtilroadr and tele
Krupti nnd Incldr-niaKy thu Informa
tion bureau. In accordance with the
prt-acribed cuatnm In Mexico.
(Jeuernl Villa onlered all command-
era of pirrlaona throughout the torri-1
lory he controls to report at once, nt'
Torrron.
; Mrs. Potts' Body Sought By Ghouls.
Canyon City. While nttiunpllng to
Meal the body of Mrs. Charles K. I'ott
frti'i the local cemetery, four men.
three of wTToth ar aasbclatiMl with the
it.ifatmj. nf lnlf nnu- nil trtril fnr lht
South Ainorican mutator, formally, Qf
tiuviami lionemi i arranza oy iiuenrmpn
thi- would not admit his ropresenta
th i to the confereaco here unluHK an
nruiiattce wan declared and Internal
tin wall as International phases of the
Mexican prublein accepted ant the
bt'ope of medlntlou.
Thin aetluu follovoii thu rocoipt of n
note from Kafael ZtllMinui, special
repreiiiitHtlve of Cnrmnui In Wash
ington, iuiiiotiitoliifi the nptKilntment
of Keruando iKlealim Caldoron, l.uls
Cabrera nnd Joo Vnsconcelos as con
htltutloiiallAt delegates to tho media-
Hon at which. nccordhiK to the view
of the constitutionalist chief.
mm kIu to settle the international con
flict which has arisen between the
United States and the Mexican repub
lie "
Shifting Wind Saves Town,
llnudon. Threo blocks In the heart
of th buslueas section were destroyed
by flro hern. A shitting wind was nil
that saved the ontlro town from de
stiuctlos. The los Is estimated at
S300.COO.
Brief News of the Week
People in the News
tnuiriu,; a iioKiio iiiii'i
mapiny at thu I'aiuuna
'kooii couiliy will Imva
. -- etuuruciiiK aKrlciiP
rl. llllitluif Itii nml
iieiiim in n hortl
1, jaiK-rlally In (he Duo of
!SSs XHA fl'oclalty h un
W'ltoo ot H Olrrohbach,
' "'0 COIIUly cmirl ,VK
R "'mi for tho purpoHe.
uliurrlvu nru IihIiik
1,1 J inaniior, nml othur
" iPlbl 111 BCUt.011,
llu. total number of Americana who
havo r. .Irttered at tho llriizlll'iu low
tlon nt Mexico I'Uy ami .leclarod tholr
Intonllon to romaln In .Moxloo nt their
own rink Ih 1271. Only 300 of lho.o
perttoua live ouliilde the capital.
A woman prohibition!, who wimls
in ;ot inarrlo.l, Ihih hoim Informod by
ttiu Hocrotary of nlnlo of Ciillforiita
Unit Mho must run In tho final election
for the IdHlHliituro nntlor H'o ',ur
tmiiio Mho mil In Hi" pilnmiloM.
Kour mute Imnkn In (Jlilcuco, with
HKi'tro(iuto .IoL'ohUh of WHJlh.
raiiorfotf cnstT moans of 11,434,602,
worn taken charge of by the state
ImnkltiK department, which cloard the
bank doors nnd huKitn exumlnntlon of
the hanks' nf fairs,,
Free Text Booko Voted Down.
I'ortland. The free textbook nuns
tire was voted down by n majority of
iilmoHt 12 to 1 In tho school election
mill Dr. Alun Woliu l.mllh wua otu I
nuhoul illrooior by unormout luijoi-
ity.
Harry Thaw has been granted per
mUflon to fio from New ilnmpshiro
to rittsliurK to testify roRnnihiR lltl
Katton nffectltiB the estate of bis
father.
Thomns Uawsou, the financier of
llostou, Mns3., will spend tho entire
summer In OreRon.
Judue Hon l.tndney of Denver caused
n sensation by accusing Major J.
IlrouKhton of uinkini; false statements
reeardliiK the battle nt Ludlow, during
the hiluors' strike.
Miss Sylvia 1'ankhurst, suffragette
lender, was arrested in London as she
was preparing to lend a small army
of her followers In u march on the
parliament house.
The present business depression Is
duo largely lo a state of mind, accord
ing to a statement Issued by rt ank A.
Vnndorllp, at a meeting of tho New
York ll.tnkeru' association.
(cuornl Villa has notified tho state
department nt Washlnnton thnt tho
property left by Willing Honton, Hrlt
Ish subject, who was killed In Mexico,
would be protected In the Interests of
tho widow.
Vice Priwldo it Marshal! scored tho
practice of iiR'irlni'u iir.tf'tn in in nil
drf. I'Mfor neivora'ir rt jlalnt
("li-. wi i ir i, . -;'i"ilt. I
uiu of .MtUiiK iii"U who assume tu tuko
leaershlc, be said.
ICngllsh suffrngettos stagod one ot
the most dramatic nets of their cam
tialgn when they cxnloded a bomb In
It l! Westminster Abbey.
San Francisco's population Is 51S,
3C5, according to the new city direc
tory. The gain In the past year Is
estimated nt 12,733.
A serlH of tornadoes swept through
South Dakota and caused considerable
dnmnge to farm buildings. Heavy
rains fell In some sections.
The strike of the 10,000 employes of
the Westlnghouse Klectrlc & Manu
facturing companj' has spread to the
Union Switch & Signal company, says
a report from I'ittsburg.
Tho General IVderailon of Women's
Clubs, in convention at Chicago, want
on record as favoring votes for wo
men. l" '
Tho National Association of Mexi
can war veterans, met for Its annual
--'union at ChlllfcoUte. O., less than
a, dozen members being In attendance
Tho parade was led by n man 90 years
old.
MANY MEASURES FOR
VOTERS OF OXEGOH
Taxation Fropr.ials Are He'd
to Be of r-,r,-F.racs;ng Im
portance to the State.
9alm. That tfc oloctorate of tho
state will have nearly the aaro: num
ber of propcae-i bills and constitution
al tjjdinenU o wrestle with at tho
November election as it hsd at tho
lust sreral x'loctlon Is Indicated by
the njrabsr referrod.ily the hist gen
, oral anp,mbly and tlioto fill with
1 the accretcry of state for approval au
1 lo form The general assembly refer
I rd eight amendment and'lh'roo bills
I and 1C other ameadncnu and ' ,10
I measures to be Initial have been
filed with the ft-crotary of state.
Nearly all measures suggeatecl, dls-
cussed and "ruznored" bavo beonfiled
and, July 2 being the last day Mr 'fil
ing completed petitions. It U not likely
there will b ma-jy more.
The measures probably of the most
far-racblng Importance to bo deter
mincjd t Uie coming election rotate to
taxation. The $1500 tax exemption
constitutional amendment is certain
to go on the ballot, tor the petitions
for It have been completed.
Thla meimure provides that every
person be exempuiorn tax ca J1C0O
of the total as 1 Ttltlc of' 'hi
dwelling, bqusohcQd fijrniture, .live
stock, machinery ctchrd, vines,
bushes, gbrubs, nursery stoe'e. mar
chnndif e,,liif,iidinKS and other improve
ments. loVd under his lanes made
by clearloRTy'dltchlng and draining.
A coaUtionnl amccdmeut creat
ing the ojpjccfiot Heutenant-goverLor la
Offlcefi of the Stale Grange. Stnto
Federatio- of Ialjor, People's l'oer
League, Farmers' Ualon. Farmers' So-
clety of Lqulty and the Proportional
Roprescntat-on Burc;u have filed a
coL-tltotio: ; 1 amendment to abolish
the state for-ate. The amendment Is
In all ricls eelf-execut..g and If
approved shall be lmnnnl lately oper
ative. With all the agitation for abolition
of state boards and commissions, only
threo measures have been filed look
lug to-this end.
Jonathan Bourne, Jr., cx-Unlted
States senator, offers a measure to
"prohibit the giving or promising of
any valuable consideration lo induce
another to circulate or scenre signa
aures to any petition for the initiative,
referendum or reccll, or for placing
any name on any offlclnl ballot, arid
to pro.ide penalties for violation
thereof."
The Socialist party of Oregon has a
constitutional amendment which
would establish a department of in
dustry and public works to be under
the control of the state labor commis
sioner. Its function would be to es
tablish Industries, systems ot trans
portation, distributing stations and
public works for the employment of
unemployed persons and for the sale
and distribution ot their products.
The money for operating the de
partment would be derived from a tax
upon the eMates of dead persons ap
praised at $50,000 or more and from
appropriations that may be made for
the purpose. The tax on estates shall
not be less than 10 per ecu and may
be graduated above that percentage
by law.
LAMAR'S
I VARIETY STORE
Tillamook, Ore.
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1 LOOK AROUND"
Typhoid Ger.ns For Militia.
Kugene. Six tubes of typhoid
germs, prepared for Inoculation pur
poses, have been received by Colonel
Creed Hammond of the Oregon Coast
artillery corps for use among the
members of the two militia companies
in Kugene. The men will bo treated
In small groups after working hours.
Dry Flour Saves His Life.
Pendleton. His life saved by the
prompt application of dry Hour to an
ugly cut In his throat, William Fur
zler, a farmhand. Is In a Heppnor hos
pital recovering from the effects of
an nutomobllo accident which hap
pened on the Saud Hollow road be
tween this city nnd Heppner.
Peach Crop Is Promising.
Cottage Grove. Tho peach crop In
this section promises to bo uuusually
large this season. While thla crop
Is usually the most susceptible to
frosts, nnd there were several into
frosts tnib year that cnuseil some In
, Jury to cherries and berries, pesostM
eeiu to have escuped isutlrely.