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About Tillamook herald. (Tillamook, Tillamook County, Or.) 1896-1934 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1914)
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ISSUED TWICE A WEEK-TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
iE5ILHm?lJAj;,ON OF Any Paper in Tillamook County
Tillamook, Okkgon, Jim.v L'4, 1914.
uncled in the Strongest Wav
Growing Stroncjer Every Day
People in the News
"SERVES YOU RIGHT"
Ullr Sprccben Ikutscb
rf .O "sr f 4 r" I L I
V. ;, TAIT, IWdent
J. I'. IIOt.IlKN. Vlr.'ro.itil
W. J. ItlKCIIKH. Cashier
FEDERAL RESERVE ASSOCIATION
01 I he United St .lies;
Hilly llml.ir, veteran minstrel muu
who Imil appcari-d before roynlly s
a banjo player, died m CIiIciiko. i
Colonel l(oonn( terms District
Attorney Whitman of New York
ther hopelessly tlmttl weakling or .
tool of l)o Itnrnon."
Mnyor KM, of Hi lml., lgnd the.
ordluautm pro vlitl rtK free movlnc pic
(urn shows tn tho (low mown parks ,
mtil plnyKroumln (
Mr Adnlphtis Ilusch offered &,. '
000 to carry out her hunbnntl'x plum
for tlio now Oeruunle museum at
PtrMips fntftlly wounded Alice Wul-
laoti mnl MHrd himself nt m An
Kil. Jualousy twlng the rmim.
ClmrliMi lirynii. brother of tint err- '
Wry of uto. wld tu Uiiroiti, Noli..
,iai no ,. , cni,i., for lwaino rvlBW
i win uamocrniif: nomination or united
' KtntM sttwttir.
j TIih u m of 1100.773. which linn
j betxt Bwnnlwt Hurry Thaw hy the
i ooNrt from the income of hi father'
i olAt U beo turned over to Tbnw.
j 8. A. I). fhitnr. formerly mentioned
; In connection with th MeKlnley
' Wr html cast, filed T5 application
lor fiuntlmiiit of I'io nrr onrh in ihn
09011 Cullfornlu laud grant, apt'll
OnHU blng Canadians
HUERTA SAILS FROM
Brief News of the Week
Kui in er Mexican Dictator and
Family Takes Passage on
OREGON NEWS NOTES
OF GEKEiM INTEREST
Events Occurring Throughout
tiie State During the Past
Huertn. former president of
iiiiur unniarrUKi an
K. Auitlti. of th- United ' nniJ ..,;. ,,,,,
snr V...t Virginia shot mnl mlMt. r hf war; M
ii.lu i.iiiiii.i...i in.... i..i . . '
mi ann navr nair inn r ruins int
of the Hair, It Will Care Dandruff
Promote Growth of Hair.
IL LAMOOK DRUG STORE!
E. E. KOCH PROP.
li. KOCH. I'M. C. UKUTSailJ. AI'O TMMKH
PIIONI1S TILLAMOOK. OKHOON
McOrr-nott llcl(jrn Under Accutatlon
Vnliliu;lon IJy rcvlKnltiK froa
thn hoiim- of riipr'iilrttl v.t.. Jnim-t
T MfDcrmutl. of thj fourth Illluoln
illrtrlrl, hrooeht to nn cml tho ucltit
tlciii In the rtotinu that fnllaxscj tho
IMihllrntlon mnl ItirmtlKntlon of tb
j lobby clmrsi' mnilt by Mnrtln M.
Mullmll. n fornirr numl of thn Nntlon
I nl AtnoclnMon of Manufsrtnririt.
With ri'doluilon tirtidlnK protHistni;
tmnuhmc-iit rnttettiR from n rrprlmimU
leflj hi country MoiiUny, bound for
Aftcdiniinnli-d by Hiinorn Ilnertn and
thiifr mrniarrtml dnucbti'm. Hloi,. Kva
I lllati(tiHi. tho i'x-
Houoni lllannut't nml
tholr tUuchlvr. (Inriunil lluorta board-
wl tho (li-rmdii crulr Dnwdon.
ltjimd boon oriKinnlly nlaumx th.it
II net ta would rvlpw thu troop on
Ihtj Iday of hi dtvmuro. but tbrc
It with lupttctinl that
j ho would' rimV..) n nort of fitrtwoll ad
1 UrcKH, but thnro wsi no niiintn.
Not otk'' urn tht-ro it clmor cpnt
nrtmn tho watur fiom tU Intnl. Nuuw
In tbtj crowd itald "ttood-liyv."
Mhi and woinpii whom hj left bo
' hind, aottio KUndlng on llm whiirf and
' other Kflxing from thu cur windows.
wnichd him much n ono mlKlii
wntuli thu laat moisonu of n dylr k
i rulntlvo. Whun be Iiad Rone over the
lilfl llmr" wa no wiiuti-, altbou-.b
thl.i m dutt to ti riuohi uindi by
(onml Hucrtii that It b dUptftiatil
Tito only thlus to lndlrate anyone
of"dltlnctlon wm aboard thu Dresden
va nn utenJid file of 50 rncsod
troop, part of the fnmaun ;?tli, und
pat of the .iirnKoxa battalion, drawn
upjnt otlriii'rn In front of the train
i and fnclm;; thu cniUcr.
niKlatrutloriR In California kiv ro
puHlcnn Ivad with total of 37S.057,
democrat boln aucoud and proKres
Unltfd 8tt farmwr Kalhr an
nually 1.65U1 1,000 dozen er.K alud
at more than 1515,000.000, hot which J
btliiK the producers only iaoc,0S8.aCO. ,
To avoid ffderal tax 17.000 Rallon
of b,,,r wnro dump,d Into the Llttlo 0rape JuIec Rva
IT0 , T 'T ,n-'?U f WMI .-Loganberry juice,, a n
Mn lnia Kolr,: dry July 1. prortucU XQ pM ,a and
That tho office rwerdn of th Or.- goif, a. a iJCVftraRC at the oda foun
Hon & Callfornl;. Jtnllroad company I tains or In the srocerv storo , com.
.how 207 InstancM whore the "lo - pel,tlon with grape Juice Is beta
cator- M.pll.Hl for two different p.:r- . manufactured at the Eugene Fruit
mods on tho ...m- nuartfr action of wani' cannery. It l a novelty,
land wa broKiHt out during thv lundi,h,,rt, boinK non.: on the market, but
fraud trial In Portland. ( 8 IH,pulnrity Is anticipated. Tbo
In n pktol battle-between two jUe! u UTU but exceedingly rich and
Ui u -TOiit. in nicngo I'OIIC , heavy. It Is diluted half with water
berxeanl S'anley J Wrns wbk killed
nnd several other wounded. Thesis
tmllantg claim they did not recognize
thf moral squad, who had Juat made
before bolnc ued.
If the nov product Is accepted by
the market, the manufacture will be
Important, for in the Willamette val
ley are thousands of acres set out.
California railroad commission is- j which are cominis Into bearine faster
sued calls for officials of the United ! than the market ran h- adhiated tr.
railroads to explain why former Presi
dent Calhoun withdrew more than 11,
000.000 from the company earnings
to Invest in Solano fnrm project.
Thu largest gun In the world will
be sent from Sandy Hook to the Pa
cific entrance of the Panama canal.
meet the increased supp.y.
The gun Is 16 Inch
weighing a ton will
armor at II miles.
Sixty Schcols Standard.
Albany. Sixty schools of Linn
county are now standardized. They
have properly heated, lighted and ven
tilated tchool buildings; they have at-
and projectile ; tractive schoolrooms; they display the
WILL HOLD WHEAT
h ! flag above the schoolhousc; they have
' good drinking water and well-kept
' echoolgrounds, regular spelling con
! tests, and perform satisfactory school
j work generally; they keep library
books and have all requirements as
to attendance and reports.
Topeka, Kan. Kansas farmers will
hold 100,000.000 bushels of wheat this
year, or 25.000.000 bushels more than
Exhibit to Be Collected.
The Dalles. George M. Hyland. di
rector for Oregon of exploitation and
publicity for the Panama-Pacific ex-
VJIIa RcpreU Hu rta's Departure.
""" r - li.r'M "I u.nnl.t n,i.V. r..tr.r
Jo yipuUhin Jor,vliU.cunduct.ait..UUvtJ1fij. 'jn rr"ln'j,j lh'-fh'yth ntlra nrottarfgJSM Vaiilaacti
. ii. .Miicneu, national vice-presi- association nirectors to urge mem 10
clonal In the Inquiry. Iteprenentntlvn
McDeriuoti nunounced his resignation
and asserted hf would seek re-election.
rhalr. or In Mexico City, until we
could :ot our hands on him." General
Villa snld In Juarez, when he learned !
of lluertn's reported resignation. j
Hoteburg Wanta Railway.
Itoneliurg With n v w of furnish
ing all Itirnnllve wher- rapltnl can
be Indticiv) to construe .v rallrond b
tween Hosi'burg nml Murshfleld It tins
been decided to call u ecltil election
here In Oct.'ilT to Issue bonds In taa
um of $300,000.
4sVWWlf)v.l VJ W W T A m aTu7
I 'runes JOc per lb.
Crescent Baking Powders
Pound Can, regular price
$1 00 now
Pound Can, Regular price
Pound Can, regular price
pv iMiu I'ttfiftiwttj ilk nvr in.
COFFEE AND TEA SPECIAL
IV I f I tf I StM II I lti III I . IS If I I m MJ1. IXIIIffY tlVWIU N- W 1 1 VV - i"t Vt aV I W
German Aiueiican CoHec, Steel Cut, 1 pound 30c
German American Collee, Steel Cut, ,'5 pounds 85c
RIDGEWAYS HIGH GRADE TEAS
Orange Label 'j pound Jlflc; Orange Label 1 pound (Joe
ler Majesty's Hlend V4 pound 2f,c; Her Majesty's Hlend pound 50c
Her Majesty's Hlend, 1 pound $1.00; Capital uousenoui, r pouuu -.ie.
; NORWAY ATTACHE ACCUSED
! Punishment Is Demanded for Assault
Chrlslliiiin. Tho principal Norweg
ian papers are demanding thu recall
of the American legation. Franklin M
Gunlber, because of his alleged as-
i sault on the harbormaster of Chris
'.Una, who is the highest police of
flcl.il In the kingdom.
The Incident arose through dofhtnee
I of the harbormaster's order to change
the anchorage of the Paullue, which
occupied the space reserved for the
German emperor's yacht Meteor. The
Chrlstlanu papers say that when tat
official made this request in polite
terms Secretary Gunther, who was
aboard, called him n "fool" aud threat
ened to knock him down,
It Is also charged that Mr. Gunther
truck at the harbormaster and knock
ed his cap off.
Mgr. Grocery Dept.
Ray & Company
Hindus Give Up Fight.
Vancouver, 11. ft The Hindus
aboard tho Komagntn Mnru. who have
been seeking admission into Canada,
have clvsn in on h!1 points and ac
j cspted the terms offered by the uu
thorltlea. Tho terms accepted ara
that the ship shall be provisioned for
tho return voyage and medicines be
provided. No points wore conceded
1 by tho government officials.
S. PHILLIPS DEAD
'Hips, owner of the Fawcett
dleil very suddenly on Wed-
:t 10 o'clock. Hu hail
. I . At. .....
trill u i,r Mat ii Mir uni
t't make n K!culliir noise,
n to hlH beilslilo und trimi
him mid the doctor wits
once, hut hu never came
out a! his nleep or stupor. It Is thounht
that hunrl trouble was the cause of his
death. DecenHed was 51 yoars of nfe
mid leuveii u wife and three children,
WiIIIhid KI 12. KlUubeth ntjed II hiu!
lttilitirt ngfil r.
Hu was rnlsed in lowu. Ho has lived
In Oretfon for sonio 20 years and lias
Shrodo preacheil tho funeral sermon.
Salem, Or., July 21. -Monday after
lunn at 1:30 has been fixed as the time
for argument hufore the supreme court
on an order to show cause why a re
ceiver for tho Tillamook Hotel com-
MME. CAILLAUX TELLS
A DRAMATIC STORY
arls Mrae. Heurlotte Calllaux,
wile of Joseph Calllnux, once premier
of Kranc and ex-minister of finance,
occupied the prisoner's enclosure In
thu assize court at the palace of Jub
tlce and recited In a dramatic manner
thn clrcurastauces leading up to the
shooting on March 16 of Gaston Cal
mette, editor of tho Figaro, with
whose murder sho 1b chnrgod.
SI me. Calllaux wns a willing wit
ness throiiBhout and showed great
self-routrol. It was only after she
had concluded her nnrratlve and was
asked if there was anything she would
like to add that she cast restraint
aside und, with accents of genuine
emotion, thrilled her listeners und eli
cited murmurs of applause.
Then she described vividly the pro-
dent of the Farmers' Society of Kqul-
Mr. Mitchell is organizing the farm
ers of Kansas and urging them to bold
their immense crop for higher prices.
Sixty-cent wheat in Katibas has be
come the rule and has turned the
t'.otights of the farmer to the possi
bility of holding his grain. When the
organisers arrive In a community they
find little opposition to the Idea of
holding the grain. Mr. .Mitchell said.
Grain bins of frame and cement
construction are being rushed all ovei
the state, and In many places wheat
Is being piled on the ground by farm
ers who refuse to accept present
prices for It-
gather Immediately grains, vegetables
and fruits for the Wasco county ex
hibit at the 1915 .'air.
May Not Contest Demurrage Claims.
Salem That the Southern Pacific
railroad does not propose to contest
the reciprocal demurrage act passed
by the last legislature is Indicated la
a letter Just received by the state
railroad commission in which the com
pany states that it has paid Travis &
Glenson, of Portland, for its failure
to furnish, within the stated period,
wood cars for use at Sllddleton.
Wheat Club, 79c; bluestem. ISc;
red Husslan, TTc,
Hay Timothy. $16, alfalfa. $11.
Butter Creamery, 27a
Eggs nanijh, 23c.
Wheat Bluestem. 82c; club, 7c;
red Russian, 77c.
Hay Timothy, $17 per ton; alfalfa,
$14 per ton.
Butter Creamafw, Itc.
"For three months I mounted Cal- j
vary," she said. "Such I do not wish
to my worst enemy. No one can Imag
ine what I went through. I feared
for myself, for my husband, for my
child. I feared for myself because If
parts of those letters were published
my deepest. Innermost secret would
be displayed before the world; my
woman's honor stand stripped and
mmi- at Tillamook, should not bo dis
charge'!. Tho receiver was appointed ' traded agony she had endured he
licon In this county for tho pant two u m u(lHcwtJoi, of couan of the culuinnlua against hemelf
year.. Ho wua burled lonay unucr . , t.ml(Jr8u1( of TiamooW. , .naner nuauanu.
uuiiiicuu of tho Miwomo miKu.
Recall Election Brings No Change.
Centralis. Wash. The recall elec
tlon staged In Centralis wns a com
plete failure. H. W. Thompson, mayor;
A, E. Sears and W. B. Kier, cotamis
loaers, sot being voted out of office.
? Tillamook, Ore.
? "DROP IN AND
1 LOOK W)UND"
PLAN TO DRAIN TULE LAKE
Reclaiming of Some 100,000 Acres of
Land is Goal of Project.
Klamath Falls. The reclaiming of
a lake covering approximately 100,000
acres of land by draining off the water
through underground passages. Is a
project which Engineer J. K. Camp,
of the reclamation service, is now
working on and which he hopas to
The lake is Tule lake, located on
the boundary line between Oregon
and California a few miles south of
this city close te the famous lava beds
and Ice caves ot that section. This
section ot the country came Into
prominence during the historical Mo
doc war aud Captain Jack's last stand.
The bed of this lake has been found
to be composed ot two lava crusts,
one underneath the other. Under
these crusts It is believed by Camp
will be found underground channels
leading to the nearby lava beds which
are permeated with deep ravines,
crevices and fissures. The present
plan' Is to dig Into these channels and
thus connect up the lake so that it
will drain Into the lava beds.
Ballot Title Declared Not Fair.
Salem. In a petiUon to the circuit
court of Marion county filed Saturday,
Miss Fern Hobbs, secretary to Gover
nor West, vigorously attacks the bal
lot title chosen by Attorney-General
Crawford tor the Initiative measure
for abolishing the desert land board,
and asks that the title be amended
so as to more clearly express what la
contained In the measure.
Unworked Land Listed.
Salem. Announcement was made
by the Salem commercial club that it
would list several thousand acres of
unimproved land to bo sold at from
$30 to $S0 au acre. George F. Rod
gers, president of the board of gover
nors, said that the plan was to huve
available Information for persons
coming here to locate.