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IT SOLVES TH§
BREAD QUESTION
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ASK YOUR GROCER
Baily Tivr.o Card.
STEAMEH, HAKBOB ril-IE.
'In t Juno i. I.UIJ
VH For Time
West fort mil What
- - station 7-f'U a in
C.M)h.|,olis, West p u t an | Whal-
Ing station s:10 o m.
Al»'i .(••■a, Westport an I Whaliue
~ !•:"<> a. m.
!!■ M nam. W w |, ~'t an ! Whaling
station a tll
Ari l\ \\ i stport 11:0(1 a. m.
\\ ••>tj.d( t for .Mii nwano.... 11 ::'.o a. ni
11•" 1;,..: ■ i l 'ii* .M i,-sano .. . . 1:0n p. m
A'" •■('■ 'i! for Montcsano. . . . U::in p. m.
< osin<i|Mi|iK for .Montcsano. . 3:<'ii p. in.
Meli'onrfor Montesano. . . 4 :'',a p. ni.
Arrive Mont'Sano f, :00 p. in,
3niirtay Timo Card.
rTEArriiR rabeue BKLLE.
Lv, X'o.itesaiio 7:00 a. in
I.\\ Cosmopolis 8:10 a. m.
I.v. Aberdeen ;i:00 a. in
I.v. Ilociuinin 11 a. m
I 111 1 :i i:. Iv. West port at... I inn p n
ETEAME3 CHAMPION
Leave Aberdeen S a. ni.
],fiive Hoqniam S:ir, a. in.
Returning. lv. Westport at... 1:00 p. in.
Round trip on Sunday either boar.
from Montesano, 7r, cents, all 0i1,.-:
points. < '■ lis.
Bally Time Card.
STEAMER CHAMPION
I.eavo For Time
Aberdeen, Westport. Whaling
station ami North Jetty... .7:00 a. m.
Hotpiiam, WVstport. Whaling
station an 1 North Jetty. . . . 7:30 a. m.
Westport. Aberdeen and Hn
qulnrn 10:0 a a. in.
Aberdeen. Westport .. 2:00 p. ;n.
Hoqniam, Westport 2:3' l o. in.
Westport, Aberdeen and Ho
quiam 1.00 p in.
Boat leaving Aberdeen at 7 00 a. m.
connects with auto line fir Willapa har
bor.
Hound trip tickets soM on woalis days,
not good on Sunday.
Every Saturday nig.it. beginning Jun?
2). Steamer Champion will leave Aber
deen at 7:00 o'clock. IToquiain, 7:30 for
Westport. Tickets good to return Sun
day or Mondav morning.
PET Ell WILSON*. Master.
Please mention the Herald ..'hen
dealing with advertisers
B IF YOU DO MofflßTSTu. HOTES I IBS
fil IN theseßpackaces
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n 3* SIZE IS WORTH Vfe* W .. CHOWDER •• LABEL ON CAN
. S3 10 lit ■& CANNED CLAMS
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& IMPORTANT \M ATTENTION 3 |Bii
if your dealer does |B purchase these
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DSP V-IL . PRODUCTS AND SAVE FROM 2'At
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NEW YORK CITY. f MBW YORK CITY.
IN TH ST'PERIOR COURT OF
WASHINGTON, FOR CHEHALIS
COUNTY.
In the matter of the guardianship of
Bertha L. Allen and John A. Allen,
Minors. —Noiiee of Sale.
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of an order of the above entitled
court dated the 22nd day of July, 1911,
wherein the undersigned guardian of
the estates of the minors above named
was authorized, directed and ordered
to ••ell the undivided one-tenth interest
each nf the said minors in and to the
following real estate, situated in the
County of Chehalis, and State of
Washington, to-wit:
Lots 1 and 2, in Block T, Town of
South Aberdeen. That the undersigned'
guardian will, on the Oth day of Au
gust, 1911, at the hour of 10 o'clock
a. m. sell at private sale for cash, the
interests of the said minors in the
real property hereinabove described,
to the highest and best bidder; all
bids or offers must be in writing and
may be left at the office of the un
dersigned guardian in Hayes & Hayes
Bank Building, in the City of Aber
deen, Washington, or may be filed
with the clerk of the above entitled
court.
THEO. B. BRUENER,
Guardian of the estates of Bertha L.
Allen and John A. Allen, minors.
First publication July 24, 1911.
Last publication August 7, 1911.
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
In the Superior Court of the State of
Washington, in and for the Coun
Tv of Ohehalis.
Amanda Heemer, plaintiff, vs William
Sherman .Mason and Mary A. Ma
-on, hi* wife, defendants.
The State of Washington to Wil
liam Sherman Mason and Mary A.
Mason, his wife, defendants:
You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within Sixty (60» days after the
date cf the first publication of this
summons, to-wit: within Sixty (60)
days after the 3rd day of July, 1911,
and defend the above entitled action
in the above entitled court, and an
swer the complaint of the plaintiff,
and serve a copy of your answer up
on the undersigned attorney for plain
tiff, at his office below stated; and
in case of your failure so to do judg
ment will be rendered against, yo.i
according to the demand of the com
plaint which has been <51ed with the
clerk of said court.
The object of this action is 'o fore
colse a certain real estate mortgage,
dated October 10, 1907, executed by
ABERDEEN, WASHINGTON MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1911.
William Sherman Mason and Mary
A. Mason, his wife and was record
ed in the office of the Auditor of Che
halis County, Washington, on the
12th day of October, 1907, in volume
"6, page ot>B, of the record of mort
gages of said County, said mortgage
was to secure one certain promis
sory note dated October 10, 1907, ior
the sum of Four Hundred ($400.00)
Dollars, due one year after da'e, pay
able to the order of Amanda Beeiner,
with interest payable semi annually
at the rate of ten per cent per t.n
num, which mortgage covered the fol
lowing described property and real
estate, Lot Nine (9), in Section Sine
(!'), Township Sixteen (It!), .\Yrth of
Range Eight (8), West W. M.. Che
halis County, State of Washington.
And in said complaint plaintiff
prays judgment for the principle -urn
of Three Hundred ($300.00) Dollars,
together with interest thereon at the
rate of ten per cent per annum from
June 10, 1910, and the further sun.
of Thirty ($30.00) Dollars attorney's
fees and her costs and disbursement
in this action, and a personal ;a.l~
ment and liability is asked against
the defendants William Sherman \i i
son and Mary A. Mason, his wife am!
each of them. For further particulars
as to the object of this action refer
ence is hereby made to the complaint
now on file in the office of the ("■■ t
of said Court.
FRANK 13 it! A.M.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
P. O. address: Rooms 5 and 6, Kauf
man Block, Aberdeen, Wash.
Date of first publication, July 3rd,
1911.
Date of last publication, August 7,
1911.
GIVING OUT
The Struggle Discourages Many a
Citizen of Aberdeen
Around all day with an aching
back;
Can't rest at night;
Enough to make any one "give
out."
Doan's Kidney Pills will give re
newed life.
They will strengthen the kidneys.
Here is convincing proof that this
is so:
Mrs. David Perry, 207 Tenth St.
Hoquiam, Wash., says: "The public
statement I gave in favor of DoanV
Kidney Pills in January, 1907, still
holds good. A member of our fami
ly complained of severe pains in the
back and although never laid up. was
in misery most of the time. When
Doan's Kidney Pills were advertised,
a supply was procured and they acted
directly on the kidneys. The use of
this remedy brought relief from the
pain and made a great improvemen'
in every way. Another person of ou
acquaintance used Do?.;: s Kiiine
Plils and received relief u:.tr doctor:
had given up his case."
For sale by all dealers. Price 5c
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffaio,
New York, sole agents for the Unit
ed States.
Remember the name —Dean's —and
take no other. (34 I.
CARE FOR THE HAIR
For the first two week; I will charge
half price for switches, puffs and curl
cirobiuvs, to introduce my work. Fall
ing hair stopped: t:a; - hair esoveu
dandruff and baMi.ess cured; :i.c!c
--1 arts ?r.d hair n. fac- ic .:c.ed. ski..
diseases trt.v.td. .~'i i'. pt.oiß; am
manic uring.
MRS. L. to. STARK,
Rc.cm 1, Ho'ii A: i.i. .Vr,;..'!!
PUELISHEP.'S NOTICE.
City silbscril ers fai:11:l: to receivi
the Herald by ti p. in. on Muiiiia.. ?
City Messenger Co., Tel. ."i!(3l, am! ;
paper will be sent to the addles a
once.
Snf-.-'y To-. fV.r'i
Departures ff"::i th • ■'!'! way it
thin;."-; edll :t!in'.!:'.l ■ e i.i for had
raps lirst :ral Itisr. Imt nut often ttre
they ns-ciled a< i*i Cms letter, vliirh :
plowerit:g liMv'el to l is teii' It"!'
tile otic r(' : ■•".! < 1! m von kep"
il:g lay - i'i • i I.• « ' h ll'« <li >rl
1 sopo«e ri !• I .ivi • girls till li -
dierfrat' s I"* hiw about whe i th ■!'
father "••!'• :■ '':es •_> ('• [!m;t <1 : • y mi.
thorps 4 v .-viver I t.-l you its enotti
to make »■' "f -'.tif'r - > ialists first Its
one t!ll"g rvl f'sen 't«* mi other find
now its (!i"t"'-'n;s its too much."-
f\ n n«ti« fir v Star
THE TRUTH ABOUT ELUIKG.
Talk No. 3.
Avoid liquid bluing L'quid til
ing in largely water Water Is ad .I
teration. adtis nothing to real value
to the consumer. Think It over
Be wise I'se RED CROSS BALI.
BLUE, the blue that's a'.l blue: makes
the laundress srH'e or. wash,day AT
ALL GOOD GROCERS
THE MOROCCAN QUESTION IS
ACHIC MEMOS
Situation Acute, but Dipio- England With France Against
iv.acy Expected to Germany In Case of a
Prevail. Showdown.
Tj i;:C "Moroccan question," which
is Jus: now the cause of nux
let> n:noi:g the diplomats of
Hug :a nil. France and Ger
uiany. is or less of an old, old
story Morocco has been a cause for
worry imm;i,' the ;n-.:t European pow
ers for a ixr.-ur i.< • years, and the
prospects are that, i , : tter what the
outcome of t':«» pre i . ingle of the
controversy, there w.!. i . a "Moroccan
question' for yea is i .
In the tic ' s U ; • ;»;e latest
situation D t >ruo i ... which
may men a :auc!i or it:.' : jl-iinatic
conferences i.:e se> ,"e r when
the world loo';s ( i a '..* : c , a of
war some corner 1° :.i.. i , ~1 the
trouble smoothed over
In t e i rid i.i I par; !:i a ot A!'"i -
amolig t! a- | 'j cs o: I
been going on during i:. i ■;
sixty yea - , was a ,• t ~t t .
turn of .M.-r-icco . ... . t
very dUSan: day ! . . •.. «• .
tlie for I it would tint! :,i r; ir
been host if Moroi «•». • ia..»; . •
Its own nad have tr in-, r . . .
into some semblance o 1 a id ■' i •:i
state. l'nfort tin ' tely no sa !i C -■■
ment has heen apparent
Th" failure o f >!t»r eco to mow t
ward of it* nv n a. i o:d made :t a t.
Ural prey to one or other of tin* j.l'.
F.uropt an c-o!oii "ing novo r» Ktig :::ud
commercial interests ii tli • co-ta':
have always i.oen great, and uad
the Kail Sir Harry Macl"an liet |
litlcal fortunes there seenit d > p:
sage a furtliei exteuslon .if P.;i:i
influence In the Medlterrtltie.in I',
another powerful claimant was o
hand: France ma! her position la
neighbor to Morocco made her <h:i
in every sense a valid one riia ri'-a
r.v of these two powers in Mom
threatened to become aeiiie. tm! 1: •
was on <;re:'.t I'.tltain's hand; The:
too. rr:'a.-,. was the great c<mipetit'
of Unglaud and to the consolidai .
of KnglDli inliuen e To i><> fro • ■■
this in u I ins was an absolute tie e-'si'
The treaty . f 11HI4. Inclu ling, as n <! .
reeit I'oc'il self detr'ia'x elan es f
France la Fgypt and for Fiiglaud .
Morocco—paved the way for the la;
ing of tha old conflict between the
two countries France now believed
that she had a free hand in Morocco
France's Lost Opportunity.
An eneipetie forward policy woiik;
perhaps have won the day. and F.'an ••
would have beeu Hf>'«- to found a lan. 1 -
colonial emp're coverinu tlie whole o!
the n.'fl.western par' of Afri-a fron
Tunis np to the Atlantic ocean lit:
in.ernal condi;ion« lamed the pr>w: s
o' iiei- foreign policy There was .V
•Iran .I.mrcs. the So ialist. and the
pacifists to lie reckoned with and i:
order to calm their overspns.t.vp sits
cetitiiiilities a new method callei;
"pacific penetration." economic an.!
cultural, was adopted M I ideas-.',
had reckoned without his host That
host was < lef'.uany
Germany soon saw the pojsihilitie
of Morocco not onlv because of it
inherent ri■•!:«•-=. but also be -ause of it~
politii al worth and lis evident iuabllit'.
to stand Upon its own loirs One ha
still ratlter a vivid remeuiiirance o
the suddeu descent of the kaiser upo.
T'tn-'ier In the year 11 »•''•"» The rest'.!'
0} this intervention was the confet
ence at Aljreriras in the spring o*
IfiOli
!l h;s been held th:it !h" "net" will i.
resulted fro in this conference was tu a
measure a ci"iilosimlic* check upoi
German aspirations, as it placed t!i
oriranlzati' ti "f the Mm' cc .11 poll o un
der Spanish and Fret)' !i military <1 l'<
cers However, although she <1:U nut
succeed in breaking throuiih th.
Anslo rrni h entente cordialo or i':
cuttin*: into the nispatio-French tin
derstandinp. Germany wsi su cessfi:
in niukintj hi'f voice heard att'l in as
sert'nc t■«*r riirhi to he consulted in a!
J.v,, ;l t problems t!l • t t!»
for discussion :tml in which nttropean
Interests are at stake And she drew
a cord nt ross the French path in Mo
rocci 1
Germany Steps In.
Thai Germany had been successfn
up to that degree is proved by tit.
agreement made between her an I
France. dated February. IHOO. in whi' l
Fraieo guaranteed t!ie integrity nnd
independence of the Moroccan enmlr
and e(|ual commercial facilities for a
nations In return Germany conce-'ei
that France had predominant [m'itica
interests In the country which put tv"
iu a privileged situation, and she gav
I) France practically a frre hand t
restore order and tranquillity ther
But the most important pa-t of t!i
agreement lay In t'lo last clause whi !
foreshadowed the association oi
French and Germnu canllal In the e*
ploitatlon of the country's rl lies
It is regrettable thnt nothing tun -i
ble hns resulted from the hope ex
pressed In this Inst clause of the
Franco-German agreement of UiO!)
Eminent French publicists have not
scrupled to place the blame for this
upon their own country, the intenn;
situation ttifluencin': mi !adro!t!y the
foreign policy of the i." .rntuent The
numerous changes in the Trench cabi
net have prevented any continuous
policy being followed. In 1005 Ger
many was quite prepared to go to war
over the retention of M. Delcasse in
the French cabinet. She is evidently
ready to do so again, unless the policy
which he seems to favor of ignoring,
Germany's claims, whether they be
just or not, is exchanged for one that
frankly recognizes them and endeavors
to arrive at a working agreement.
Ou two occasions Germany has given
the plainest of hints that she had
claims in .Morocco, one at the time of
the Casablanca incident in 190S, when
German deserters into the French for
eign legion were forcibly seized by the
German consul; the other 011 July 1 of
this year, when n German warship
suddenly made its appearance in the
harbor of Agadir.
The Agadir Incident.
The action at Agadir comes directly
upon tlie heels of a friendly visit of
M Cambon, French ambassador at
t'e:'!in, to tlie German chancellor, ITerr
. . I'iderlen-Waetchter, at Klssiugen.
If France had overstepped the limits
if her mandate the Algeciras act it
self provided the means to call her to
ti ml;; n'i appeal could have been taken
tu ttie niatic corps at Tangier.
Llut «s ;..r as the outside world knows
Frame lies ir.-n very careful recently
to i: * irtit - i tie signatories of the
A.-t - a <•! . very step forward
m • p:e i it 1 Morocco.
" -.i i-ut forward by
icr-any 11>;• ihi.-. :i li :i is tlie request
e Mi- | r.itHi-Tin'.i ri::i! iiv ret'tain Ger
t'.ruw loiay i n id Agndlr.
Cul ilie «"!..:••• -iii:'.'i" ; i uml lliiit
place 11:!> hi cn perfe nts fi: i.i> lives
-f Ccntian stilije ts 'lave l i i n in diiii
t-'l'. :I:' 1 (i'Tlliati . ll' I ::iI Interests
ill.'lV. !I- in the !•<»!*• n' Mi micro. lire
ve:",v • i:i: *.! \\ '.\ < <iin| ::i<U In lliose
■if n;i ,r !.'!vii .■ind I'mn. e Xi> trie be
li'vn* tli i r!ii-s is ; » I' I reason,
wl'i 'i i< t">il!* ti> l e f ri" 1 ill 'erniati
i!s;-in-d M' d senr: 'r.sii :. (1 icv.-p i; ers.
M:ii- v, li ■ h::» I ;:n iii u li iitten-|
.iiili i!r:::;; the :;it u m.r.it'is will
i ri •"! :i f.n-v. s.::• -.tieliee at
flie I rs-n aril ii;i.vei:ii';i:.'j ut France to
wer 1 IV:: mid in t!i ■ 'li:iwin region,
mid t!ie h"t\!!.x veiled si:: gesrlon tbat
the Ai'"." I:,-~ iMii'p::'t li.id been bro
l""!i by ill" ttfn I.;:t n I: n dntns unil
tlim tin- signatories tli.-.t is. t ermnny
-had refruim-il their liberty uf u tion
In other nerds, the Algeciras con
ference had not btcn as successful as
Oermany had hoped The resulting
act weighed heavily upon Herman
politics, and it had to l.e su e.seded.
Prance was to be cajoled into seem
ing security by a passive ii'-quiescence
in her dealings with Morocco until the
motiu't't came when ' er any tli light
it convenient lo denounce the agree
ment of Hit id rather Urn t» keep her
cosignatories to its faithful fuitillmenr.
Spain's Part.
But France's difficulty U not only
with f!eri:inny: it is h'so w'tli S;>uln.
In many quarters it has been suggest
ed that S"ihi:n's action Is ex|>!io:il>le
only upon the supposition th ir she had
the overt or t;i«-ii of I lermany.
During tlic recent phases of the Mo
rocco imbroglio Fraire has seen with
a Jealous eye her nssoclatloii with
Spain in the work of pacifying Mo
rocco Vet it cannot lie denied that
Sp:'.i:i has some natural and historic
r'ghts in a country that is separated
from her only liv the narrow strait of
Gibraltar. Alth ur !i the Anglo French
agreement of llli»I w;:s (|ii i<-Uly follow
ed by a somewhat similar agreement
between France ami Spain, the rivalry
l;etween the two countries has been
ill concealed and has at times broken
out into ugly disputes When sud
denly a few months ago Spain went
outside of her sphere of inlhtence on
tin* Mediterranean and lauded troops
(it l.araclip, on the Atlantic coast tlio
whole IVetich colonial party am! (tress
rose up in arms, declaring this to bo
nil evident violation of tin* A'goclras
act.
In view of the present provocation,
and the action at Agailir can hardly
be considered In any other light, tin*
French press has in the main given
proof of n remarkable sang froid. It Is
that that gives ground for tin* ho[ie that
"diplomacy" may be able to ward off
the threatening conflict. France's posi
tion has officially been declared to be
this- she holds firmly a: <1 without any
reservation to the principles laid down
In the Algeeiras agreement. She sent
her troops to Fez only at the earnest
solicitation of Sultan Mulal Ilafid him
self in order to establish there law and
order and to save the tottering throne
of the sultan. The in em t:t this is ac
; compli-hed shp will withdraw her
troops She is solicitous, ns the raan
t' itory of Furoi** and the Fnited
Sta'es. for the preservation intact of
the Mofoc'-an kingdom and the com
mercial "o'leti door" for all nations.
Cerrnnny has not put her demands
► i'o concrete form She evidently be
ieves tirtnly in the doctrine of "take
first and then talk."
F.ngland's position In the contro
versy Is that her uliiimie with France
will hold in the event •* tiermun ag
gression in Morocco.
PAGE THREE

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