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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1914)
, , wiuii a WEEKTUESDAY AND FRIDAY
mouuAT.oNOF any Paper in Tillamook County
rir.l.AMOOK, OKIKiuN, Ji'NJi 2(5. ),
RAILROADS LOSE THE
SPOKANE RATE CASE
NEWS FROM OUR
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
is;now LOCATED IN ITS NEW 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.
Niver and Harbor Bill, Carry
ing Large Appropriations.
Opposed in Senate.
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mum or Hpfk.tr rin.'ortr
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y upon thtrfr frt.ir.lu from tkrLi 'HI be much .creator.
r rtt through o tliK. UxmnlnntJon of the
bxu. dm rs I Iron. I. imr.
, CtwuNUod with watt-r born triple
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9 iCLLEJ; mAHY KURT DYNAMITE WRECKS
EY DAKOTA TORNADO ' BUTTE MINERS' HALL
Wntertown. H. I). A tornado struck
hero Tuesday night and ton.- a nth
through th! city two block wide and
20 blocks long.
- Mne fatalities are reported, and
Washington.- The river und harbor i ",oro of people aro believed to be
InJurH. Th property damage In es
timated nt 1 100,000 or mon;.
Thi storm approached from the
One Dead and Three Wounded
by Fire of Ceput Sheriffs
riiic PtxlM B!1,i M0
rain irpm lb I'Aclfte bark
Mil, carrying one of the )urt np
proprimlofw In recent years, will meet
d'trmlned opposition In the somite
Tho bill on Iho face of It, nif Indors
ed by tho (jiih! commlttae on com-
Tr, ramus niioui J53.OOO.00O. Ac-
j oiithwf.-ttt, Htrlklns th- nouthcro edg
; of tbtt city and wrocklns bulldlnRs In
a Mtrip about two blocks wide and 20
blocks lonK. Tclfphone strvlco and
the olectrlc wires went out with tho
Btorm and cnut conftirlon reigned,
bill sbows that An Incoming Itock Island iiassenKer
thn "pork bflrrel" has been KenoroiiH I ,ra'" cnjht In the storm and all
ly distributed to nearly uury spctlon ' of tn" lndos blown out of the
Meth bur.day' in Philadelphia
l'H(tlol..h. - 'Healih Hany
oltrrr, jn morn l3n 50
ekuteli Jn tbl fity wjwi prominent
meMVBMl tttim from nil tiTtions of the
lHlUlttV) ttlirrrii(( tbo COnKreetiUo'tlti
j on tho fumUiueriul prlnnipleii of pub-
lie neamt j.
Judot Hnon It Tld With McNar.
Kilem. Or.Accordin; to offlclkl
friuiu rerelrml by
MLCUM POWDER! TALCUM POWDER!
The Best and Purist 25c a Can
FLAVORS ARE ROSE, VIOLET,
WE GUARANTEE I
TILLAMOOK DRUG STORE
KOCH iV. Hll-U, PROPS.
K. U. KOCH. IH. C. UKlTl-saiK. Al'OTliKKK
l)0Tll I'HONIS TILLAMOOK, OKKCON
of the country.
While opposition forces nrn itiiikm.
In; thulr strennth In thu senate for
an attack on the river and harbor
bill, n Uin chief "iork barrel" mens
un of the year, a bill Introduced In
the house by Uopronentntlvtt lluckur,
of Missouri, strlkrs nt the use of a
"barrel" In national elections.
Weuld Limit Campaign Expenditures,
The bill Ilmltlns the use of the
j "barrel" provides for tho control of
campaign contributions and expendi
tures. It is a codification of tho three ex-
Hecrutnry of '"'"K "'uerai laws with regards to
coacnes. only onu person, who left
ti.u truln and took refuse In a ditch
by tho side of the track, was Injured.
Wntertown has a population cstlm
sted at close to S000. It Is the county
eat of Codington county. In the north
eastern part of the state, and Is th
center of one of the most prosperous
Baseball Gtar Arrested.
Detroit. Mich. Tyrus Cobb, base
ball hero and outfielder of the Tigers,
whs arretted for drawing a revolver
on a butcher who, Cobb declares, had
Insulted h!a wife.
Ktslf Oleoit Ju.tice Charles I.. Ifr. campaign expenditure. It, also con-
'.Vary and JuiIrk Henry !., llensonAoif , ,ra,a ov'jral "pw sections.
Klamath l"atl. at now tlr.1 for tile ' 1 moBt "'Kni'lcnnt of theso Is the
upromo court nomination on thn J5 000 w'hlch provide that no "political
publican tlcktl, "v1 coinmltiw" n"; ut" In any state .n
Crcntcr nmou.tt than tho aggregato
Cfintrlhtittl tiv ill. plri,n, hr itint
J J Ktnto. Itepresontatlve Hucker's report
t- Wbat-Cl"b. Sc; bliMInL .MtTJ siaica nai tne mu provines
Hay Timothy, lie. alfalfa, 13.
Duller Cienmrry, I7a
i;fi lUnch. lie.
Whfatlllursteui, S9c; club, 86c;
rtxl Ituislnn. flc.
Hay Tlmot'iy, 117 per ton; alfalfa,
114 per ton.
IJn'trr 'ranu'ry, ICc.
J. J- Hill Is Doctor of Las.
St I'aul, Minn. James J. Hill was
honored with the degree of doctor of
laws by Macalestcr college at the
commencement exercises of the college.
FRU1TMEN FORM COMBINE
Hutte, Mont The front of tho West
ern Federation of Minors' union hall
here was blown out with dynamite by
a mob of insurgent minora and their
sympathizers In a pitched battle be
tween SO deputy sheriffs In tho hall,
armed with sawedoff shotguns, and
i Insurgent miners stationed on the tops
of adjoining buildings. Moe than a
score of charges of dynamlto swcru
One bystander was Instantly killed
and three were Injured, one fatally,
when the deputies began firing over
the heads of the mob, fearing that the
crowd that surged up to the hall would
try lo rush a meeting of the union
miners, called by Charles H. Mover,
president of the Western Federation
of Miners, who expected to announce
hl plan for settling the strife be
tween the warring factions of miners.
President Mayer and Dert Riley,
head of the federation local here, who
were In the hall and who had asked
Sheriff Oriscoll for the presence of
deputies In anticipation of possible
trouble, eluded the mob when the fir
ing began by leaving through a rear
entrance, where nn automobile was
oafd to have been waiting.
The deputies continued to hold the
hall until the miners succeeded la
gaining the roofs of nearby buildings,
when a hot fire was directed into the
hall. With darkness falling the depu
ties withdrew from the building .-erhen
It became apparent that the ap-
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twice a week.
Herald. It comet.
nuvorusing. or lor any outer campaign ; Portland. A combination of fruit
' method which apptals prlmur'ly to growuralntheWlllamette.Roguer.lv
I the Judgment of voters, but It is dt- , cr nJ Columbia River valleys was ef
signed to prevent tho collecting of j fCcted nt the commercial club to pro
Immense contributions from corpora- vj ,u,ure co-operation in cultivating,
lions and Individuals in the financial ,,-...,, i ,.i.in a
' ccuterM of the country for use In vn. 1 .k. 1 . ..... .
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nous Kinic. in a woru, 11 is nimeu j this territory.
at the national "barrel." j Tne organization will be Incorpor-
Houte Seamen's DIM Is Reported. nted as the Western Oregon Fruit Dis
tributors and will operate In co-opera
Special Grocery Prices
! Crescent Baking Powders
Small I'lK-knc J5c
Fancy IVuiich 10c per lb.
Fancy Uried Peaches tOc per lb.
a Pouml Can,
$1 00 now ..
.'I Potmil Can,
1 Pound Can,
COFFEE AND TEA SPECIAL
Kuhy Caraeola Coilee
10 ,,.s for $2.50; Kul'.v Caraeola Coffee I lb. for 27c
. . i i i an.
American Coilee, Mcci m, i iiuiu...
American Coilee, Steel Cut, 'A pounds
RIDGEWAYS HIGH GRADE TEAS
Orani-t' Label 1 pound hoc
Her Majesty's lUend, 1 pound $1
Ray & Company
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Mgr. Grocery Dept
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nt Wolf Cruok. wiih
by women ut Wolf
TIlH Wfltltim rualilnrl fill Ills
k., ""'"ITOUH nttiick iiiudo
onanlko Wool la
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'" "'I" turi'ltury for thu uuiuuii.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
1 am now locntr.l in the Mrs. MHU
ptopct.y brlwn .Sti.lwc.l Ave. nnj
Sccon.1 Ave. P..M, three 1. ocU
or myohl location, where I a...
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fori ThauMng you fur ''' , '
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I couti.n.atiou or you. valued order,
1 :,m' Yours for 1'Jifl"-".
THE WATKINS MAN.
First class work. Reasonable rates
Throo years of satisfaction to Tilla
Plume or lenvu orders t Joncs-Knud-ran
A substitute for the La Follette sea
men's bill passed by thu sunato was
favorably reported to the house.
Thu bill substantially adopts the re
OulremeulK agreed on by the conven
tion on safety of life nt sea at London,
last January, us to lifeboats on ocean
vessels, and applies these In modified
form tu United States vessels In ocean
voyages on routes not more, than 20
nautical miles off shoro and on the
great lakes. It would require nn
ocean passenger steamer, nt every
moment of Its voyage, to havo nboard
no more persons than there aro ac
commodations In lifeboats und Ufa
rafts, ut least 75 per cent of this equip
ment to be lifeboats. Cargo steamers
would carry enough lifeboats for all
aboard under existing regulations.
House Agrees to Sell Battleships.
The bill embodying the administra
tion proposal to sell the battleships
Idaho and Mississippi to Greece, al
ready approved by tho senate, was
passed by tho house by n vote of 17-1
to 87. One dreadnought will be built
with tho proceeds.
Tho action of the house allows the
house managers In conference to
agree to the senate amendment, with
alterations providing specific appro
priations for the new dreadnought.
which will cost J7.8O0.OOO exclusive of
armament. The proposal provides 1m
mediate funds of $l',035,000 to begin
work on thu vessel as soon na the
sain Is completed.
National Capital Brevities.
Cooperative dairies, mutual fire In
Huninco companies and like concerns
must pay tho Income tax according to
a ruling of tho United States supreme
Investigation will bo made in tho
senate of thu report that senate sta
tionery and government officials fig
ured In tho promotion of gold mines
In North Carolina.
Astrology Is n superstition nud the
moon and planets have no Influonco
on weather conditions, declares the
bulletin of tho agricultural depart
ment. Tho RuBHlun government has been
asked, it Is said, If George Maryo of
San Francisco would be nccoptable to
tho czar for the United States em-
Hand Shaved shinies and cedar
.. !-Vo or address. C. J.
In . ,, . d. Hemlock, Ore., Mutual bnssy, to. St. Petersburg,
tlon with the North Pacific Fruit Dis
tributors of Portland and Spokane, or
ganized a year ago.
The western Oregon organization
will confine Its efforts only to the
preparation of the fruit for market.
The actual marketing will be done by
the North Pacific Distributors.
The principal objects of the new
organization, as outlined at the meet
To procure stability nnd uniformity
of pack and grade.
To provide the ability to mnrket In
carload lots nnd to pool cars.
To eliminate the middleman.
As soon as the secretnry of stnte
grants a charter the new organization
will be placed on a permanent basis.
Temporary officers elected are:
President, Charles K. Brand, of Rose
burg: secretary, J. J, Conger, of White
Title of transcontinental railroads
to some $700,000,000 worth of petrol
eum laud as agnlnst other private
claimants wns upheld by the supreme
court In a test suit brought by Kd
mund llurke of California against the
Southern Pacific Railroad company.
The Interstate commerce commis
sion has ordered reparation of the
excess freight payments mnde on 450
shipments of wool from Oregon and
other western states pending a hear
ing of the cases of the railroad com
mission of Oregon and National Wool
growers' association versus the Ore
gon Short Line and other railroads.
The amounts of reparation to ship
pers range from J5 to $1100.
Shlngls Manufacturers Plan to
Seattle. Wash. A meeting of shin
gle manufacturers of the state for the
purpose of recommending ways and
means to compete with British Colum
bia manufacturers, held here, resulted
In the decision that the best way to
meet the situation was to reduce the
wage schedule. A report embodying
this view was presented.
It Is generally understood that a
new schedule of wages among the
shingle manufacturers of the state
will be put into effect on July 1. The
committee appointed at the meeting
did not make such a recommendation,
but put the question to the Individual
manufacturer to act as he thinks best.
Ex-Mayor of Copperfleld Shot Down.
Copperfield, Or. Believed to be
the victim of men whoso enmity he
Incurred while he was mayor of
Copperfleld in the "wide open" days
before Governor West declared mar
tial law and "closed" the town, Henry
M. Stewart was shot by an unknown
person or persons.
Mr, Stewart was working alone at
I the time repairing a fence on his
farm and the first that was known
i of the shooting was when he stagger
ed Into bis home bleeding profusely
from two bullet wounds. The first
shot penetrated his left hand and
leg. The other shot struck him In
the abdomen Just below the ribs.
$ "DROP IN AND
2?0,000 Option Is Taken.
North Bend. John R. Smith's black
sand holdings on South Inlet, 12 miles
from this city, have been optioned to
a syndicate of local men and others
for 20 days for a sum around $250,000.
Demonstrations and showings have
been made which indicate the deposits
are rich in gold.
Medford Society Women Give Skin.
Medford. Seven Medford society
women, whose names are withheld,
gave- 150 square Inches of skin from
their bodies to save the life of little
Sarah Green, aged three years, who
was seriously burned while playing
with matches at the 401 Ranch, three
Overturning Car Kills.
Myrtle Point. When an automobile
returning from Marshfleld and driven
by Joseph Schilling, Jr., overturned
two miles this side of Coqullle, Delos
Davenport, aged 22, was Instantly kill
ed. Tho other occupants, Ivan Rose
nnd Lloyd Jarvls, as well as Schilling,