The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, May 02, 1912, Image 1

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COVfKNTlON FKNUI.KTON
MAN IS MHPVnD
O. 0. Apylssjate HOUe That
Cm Wonder ol the WorM Wm
rfcrt Hern by Party o JaraatrnvHIe
IKtur. t MMMMT f IMS,
JUne Years Before LefctBaa Claims
to Neve Been There
' a dlspstch from Pendleton, Or.,
u the Portlsud Journal dated April
IT. dispute the cUlmi of otbtr men
. it Ue dlacovsry of Crater Lake, and
ajrai tkt credit to "Uncle Jim" Leh
' at. pioneer resident or Umatilla
coast;, who come lo the front with
Ik statement that ha wm tha drat
MM Bin set eyes oa tha unique
stadrr or tha world, having, la No
vember, 11(1, whlla piloting a com
may of prospectors through Mouth
wttra Oregon, come unexpectedly
tma marral.
Captain 0, C. Applagata and oth
tn, ho havo been long "on tho
rend." and who bava takan especial
pitas to gather up tht trua facta of
history In regsrd to Cratar take,
tot that all that Uncla Jim lackad
at batag the original discoverer of
CraUr Lake wm that he appeared on
Ike seen too late by nlna yeara to
tssbn tbe honor of hating flrat aaan
ft. It Is s .l authenticated fact that
.Ika lata wa flrat aaan by tha Mill
'ea-uondtn party of prospectors
tea Jacksonville, Oragon, In tha
mauMr of 116), whan hunting for
jalBfM.t tMl n.lllM HIM ff u
JMsaaa. 1'at McManua. Henry Kiln-
KLAMATH PALLS, OfUKJON, THURSDAY, MAY , 1918
BIG CLASS WOULD
ENTER HIGH SCHOOL
i
In giving an nrniuui of llin xiniiil
nation of eight grade pupil for the
county to bo hold on My :i nml 10,
llin lleralil yeati-dny, UiroiiKli error,
slated that thla wan In l, nn nlrhth
grailo teacher' ttiamluatlnu. Tim i.
initiation will hu tutlt-. of tlio Klkluh
grade for ontraiiro to tho IIIkIi acliool.
It la believed that thorn will h nv-
ontynv pupil tliroiiKhout llin rijim.
ty lake Hie I'lnmliinlloii lint week,
Whllll la Olltt. Of Hit. largtat (IttMrn
over esamlimd In ihl riunt for ml
tnlltancn to tlit liljtli .rdool
Price, Five
CARTOONIST
DAVENPORT
OIIMioVri .NOTED MIX. DIES
vi:w ioiik riTV
IN'
ME OETERMINEO TO
VOTE FOR ROOSEVELT
fcrtrn of lite Eight Drlealr-atl.nrKr
Martcd lu Maurliuwl IfctUr
They Will .Not HupMrl Hit- Pirfrr
nllal Candidate
HOMOS', May 2 Hovpii nf Dm
elrlit deli-gaien at large am tinier-mlu-d
to ol fur HooMttrll In tin- na
tional convention, ilraplte (he Coin
liel'a niinounri'iiiMil yi-nti-rilny I In I lie
t'lmli tint t tt tain t on III"' ilolrxntr ii.
lortliig him fur ihr rrimon that Tnft
tot-lrf(l tlit irffrri'litll oli of the
Hutn, Ortraaln at Unto (leoritP Colt
man aalit "I foci that I own nlle
glanrn to llin turn voIIiik fur ibp na n
ntmato who ilrlnl liluutlf lo up
ort Itooanrplt. Tim Colonel linn
imlhlna to lo with It."
Till' Nlilt-,1 CariiMHlUl. Itluror anil
tiilhor Hun iiiiiIk lo lie IncTllahln
tll.i it Hrlt-r llliif, Uhlrti V
Nol TIkmijiIh Ht-rlnu by Ilia Pain
II) mill I'rlrntU Mounted to Kaoin
TIimiiikIi Many VlrlMllmlro. ...
I iilti-il I'riim Korvlce
Ni:V VOIIK. May 2. Homer I)av
ill ort illcil In hU apartnienta thla
tiiotnliiK, follow lug n brief lllneaa.
fH Mr. 1.1111 and J. I Louden.
, ak wu familiarly known m "Rube
warn nf tha party, and were
tal kaawn to "trade Jarry" Martin
Mi ft R. Raamaa. long promlaant
kmmam man of Jaekeoavitle and now
at Ktomath ralla.
Ika llttlman party were the orlg
kal dttcorerera of Cratar lake, ao
hraa ku errr bean known to tha aet
Uwi of Southern Oragon. They re
mrtad the dlerovary of tha marvaloua
My of water on their return to
Jatkeoarltle. the atact data of their
akeamy being Juna II. 1161. Thay
eaxrlbed the water m being eitreme
ly He, and aald they had dlacuaaad
iwrerai name, nut had Milled on
Daw Blue Uke m moat appropriate,
If Mr. !hman did not Ma tha lake
tatll November. 1111, ha wm alao
atadited by the Chauncay Nya party,
aio, arcordlng lo a statement which
tag pnbllihed In tha Oreaon Sentinel
t Jackionvllla, Nor. t, till, came
HHpittedly upon tha lake on tho
"lag of October It of that yaar,
Ma returning from a proapactlng
medltlon to the John Day country.
lUa wm the party which aaceaded
Hd naaied Union Peak, thay being all
a men, and tha trouble between
North and South than being the
WMrmoat thought among tha people
N the nation.
An anawer waa fllcil tmlay liy Jiulne
Thoma Drake In Ilia can of I'ratt
iirotnera or I'ortland, attorney.
agalnat Major C. K. Wonlen, for
11,037, deiiyliK all the alienation-, In
their complaint, ami making n conn
ler claim for 17.60
ADVERTISIN6
WILL BE TALKED
THH MCIUKCT AT HtlltAV MNIN
i.u.n'c'hmix at wiiitk i'kmcan
ui.i. up: ii.np: ok oiikat im
I'OHTA.M.'r: 11 lll.KI.NK.SM Mi:
MG GUT IN GOST
OF STREET PAVING
"WWATOX IH On-ICRKD ORAVKI.
"WVUTHIO AT 9I.4S HAVK
wKN VAYJNQ OVKR SB PKR
QVAKK VARD
nNDLKTON, May I. Aa a reault
" lrculatlng of a petition for
"wr pavement by local property
Vj". a material reduction In tha
JJ w pavement la promtied Pan
J Property ownora. Tha DoUr
" ipany makM a price of $1.60
w. To moot thU olar tha War
J- caaatructlon company now offara
22 ! kltullthlo for 11.41 a
yard.
Paving thua far laid hu
J by tha Warroa CoMtru
tad ii?.W0,r w,th -ttsUlile at 11.11
Hrahoapim. Phona.1.4. lit
NT-JWealwfOTttst
rooms
ltf
Tho aubject for tlltcutilon at tlio
regular P'rlday noon luncheon, given
uuder the auaplrc of tho Chamber ol
Commerce, which It to bo hold thla
wank at the While 1'vllcau hotel, la
om of great Importance to awry bual
ucm man In tho city. Practically all
of the aubjecta dlacuaaed at tho provl
oua luncheona wore mattera that ap
pealed wore to the farmer, aa tho
luotlvo for tho luncheona waa to Cro
ats an Intereat In tho "Hack lo thu
Purra" movement.
It I readied that tho merchant and
I'UtlneM man haa aa much nood of
new IdoM and auggoatlona aa tho
farmer, and tomorrow the aubject to
be considered will bo "Atlvcrtlalng,
How lo Keep Iho llualneaa nt Home."
K. II. Hall will act aa toaatmaater,
wl lalka will bo made by many of
II r prominent and auccesful bual
i.raa mon of tho city, mid It la alao
highly probablo that aomo of tho
fnrmon preaent will bo nblo to glvo
Iho city mon many good polnlera on
how lo conduct their hualnea. The
Subject la ono that admit of n wide
latitude, and aomo Interesting
gaatlons wilt probably bo offered
aim
WII.KI.NH ItKHKlNfi
Councilman M. 0. Wilkin laat eve
ning tendered his resignation to tho
ouncll aa a member from tho First
v.ard, for the reason that he was
chunglng his residence to tho Third
ward. Thn resignation was accepted
by tha council, and on motion of 0.
V. White a vote of thank was ox
tended by the council to Colonel Wil
kin for his faithful work In that
body. No appolntmont of a auecessor
wna made to All the vacancy, as thoro
nro two candidates, J. P. Qoellor and
rrnd Btahlman, for the position at tho
coming election on May 10, and It waa
desired that no partiality be shown.
Attornar Fred Mills and wife have
morad into thalr new homo, near tha
eornar of Fifth and High streets. The
naw rasldsnce baa a sightly appear
ance, and Mr. and Mrs. Mills should
feal proud of their homo, m no ex
pense wm spared In making It com-
modloua l atary raaaaet.
Tin- foregoing- dispatch I all that
linn lict'ii received concerning the
di.illi nf Ori'Ron'a noted lecturer, car
tonnl.t n ml author
Homer Calvin llnvt'iiport wna born
nt Hllwriini, Oto on March g, 1867.
Without aihoollng or nrt education,
ninl nfler mnny lcli.altudea a n Jock
e, clrru rtiiNii nml railway rlreman,
ho Mtta Dually emplo)td by tho Han
Prnnrlarn lhamlner In 1892, and
alnrn that tlmo ha been connected
altnoat etrluaUrly villi the Hearat
paper n rnrtoonlat. Somo of hi
moat noted rnrtoon wero tho famoua
"I" ault of Mark Hnntia, tho "Com
mon Propla" with the wide-open, In
nocrnt eye. "Tho Trual," of audi
monatroii aim and horrible visage,
nnd many other nf n political nature.
It mny bo truly anld that tho car
loom of !aenport have had aa much
polltlcr.1 InDuenru a tho nbleat odl
torlala nver penned by (Irceley, Dana,
Citkrlll or any of tho leading polit
ical writer of the paat fifty years.
Ilia books have attracted world
wide attention on account of tbolr In
Imllablo humor and pure diction,
hearing, aa they did, auch distinctive
marks of iho author aa lo be recog
nisable a "Davenport'a" wherever
rend or heard.
The lllnc which ended In his
death was of but a few day duration,
and wa not cnnaldered ns serious by
hi family or friends, and the an
noiiurement of his death cornea a a
great surprlio to thousand of his
friend throughout tho entire world.
Davenport sprung Into fame when
he wn engaged to portray the fight
on May 21, 1891, between Jnme J.
Corbet! and Peter Jackson. This was
the memorial draw nf 61 rounds, In
which tho referee declared "no con
tint." and wn probably the lat noted
Untie encounter which occurred in
this country under lindon prlto ring
rule.
When In tho next year Corbett
fought nnd won tho champlonsh from
John I.. Sullivan In 21 rounds at New
Orlenn. W. Tt. Hearst personally
rommlsilanod T. T. Williams to send
Homer Patcnport to do tho cartoon
ing work.
P. C. Pnvcnport of this city, who
Is now a clerk nt a local hotel, Is a
first roualn of tho doceascd cartoon
Int. Ho resembles him facially, but
la not a massively built as was the
famous cartoonist nnd lecturer.
MARSHFIELD "PUG"
TOMEETLINKENBACK
It I i sported In a dispatch from
Msrshnotd that Jess Day will box with
Jack Mnkonback In this city on June
15th. The dispatch referred to reada
na follew:
MAKHHFIEM), May t Jess Day
tlio local prlteflghter, who turn offered
J challengo to anyone In tha United
Slate of hla own weight, turn ar
i aimed for two flghta to be bald In
Iht county next month. On Mar 11
ho will tight Frank Street of Chehalls,
Wash. It will be a twantv-rounil
bout, and will be bald la Marahfleld.
This Is tho flrat tlma that Day and
fltrout have met. On May 16, at Ban
don, Day will fight Billy McFaddea
of Vancouver, B. C, In a twenty
round bout. Day hM alao slgaad up
to go to Klamath Falls June IB and
fight Jack Llnkenbsck of that place.
Iater In tha summer Day expecta to
go to California to ffght some of nls
otn elaaa In that state.
I.lnktnbsck aald thla evening bo
hoJ Vten In communication with Day,
and that the nagotlatlona, ao far, were
a-ich nx would be entertained by him.
TIE UP ON THE
CHICAGO PAPERS
AMKRICAN ONLY AKTKRXOO.V PA
PKR PUBMHHKD
GRANTS PASS AIMS
TO BEAT PETALUMA
KU Hnndred Union Web IVeesaea
Ont oa Htrlke m Reanlt of Htrtko of
e
Heveaty Prcaameaj Thu MonUag on
Hearst Papers Becaase of the Fall
are of the Pabllsbers and the Ualost
to HigN Wag Scale
CANDIDATES ARE
LIABLE TO FINE
ONLY ON'K CANDIDATK AT RE
(KNT KI.PXTIO.V HAS HO FAR
PII.KD HIS KXPRNKS AOOOCNT,
AH UW RKQVIREM
United Preaa Service
CHICAGO, May J.-Seventy union
newspaper prsasmen of the, Hearst
papers struck this morning because
of tha failure of tha publishers and
unlona to sign the wage scale. The
Morning papers Issued, but the early
editions of the evening papera failed
to come out. Members of the pub
lishers association Mid the first edi
tions wera delayed. The papera will
probably Issue a few pagea with non
union pressmen.
LaterSix hundred Webb press
men are out Strikers My tbe pub
lishers' association locked them out
because Mvonty pressmen of the
Hearst newspapera struck this morn
ing- Tha American Is the only after
noon paper publishing this afternoon.
Police are guarding the press rooms.
OltANTH PAB3, May 2. That this
city a year from now will be tbe sec
ond Petaluma of the Pacific coaat la
predicted here. Thousands of little
chicks have been batched In this dis
trict this spring, besides the thou
sands that have been ordered from
California.
Thore Is a shipment of 10,000 llttlo
chicks coming from California the
first of the coming month. At a re
cent meeting of the Orsnts Pass Poul
try association, which meets tho laat
Saturday of each month, four car
loads of feed were ordered by tbe m-
soclatlon.
CALL ELECTION
FOR BOND ISSUE
TO COMPI.KTK HKWKR BTSTRM
AND nKPtXD WARRANTS
WOMRN OF WOODCRAFT
HAVE SUCCESSFUL HALE
MEXIGAM REBELS ARE
SHY OF FOOD SUPPLY
Oruero Muat Either Fight Hla Way
Into Lamina, Where Food ha Pirn
llfull, or He Mast Retire to Chi
clinhna
COKE FINISHES
SPECIAL CASE
JflKJK IIK.NHOX EXPECTED HACK
IN A FEW DAYS WILL OO TO
I, IKKYIEW TO OPEN COURT ON
MONDAY
Judgu John S. Coke nnd Mrs. Cokn,
sv ho havo been hero for somo dys
pu.t, tho former taking tho place of
Clrriilt Court Judge Henry L. Bensou,
toll tiibt night for Southern Calttaf
nit They will also visit at Uurlln
game, tho millionaire colony, now
known as Hlllsboro, wnere mis.
CoKo'h sitter resides, and hM a hand
somo Lungalow, and San Jose. On
Tuwday evening Judge and Mrs.
Coke wero tha guests of Firmer
JjdKo'Goorge and Mrs. Noland nt tha
Whlto Vollcan hotel.
Judge Benson Is expected baik In
a fen cr.ys. ue win uum tuuo
Luke, law on the second Moodty In
May vhlch Is tho ISth. Prior ta ro
Ir.c there he will spend a fow dnys at
homo lu thla city. Ha will probably
arrive here tomorrow or Saturday.
Tha apron aata conducted by tbe
Women of Woodcraft Tuesday night
wm a big aucceas socially m well m
Baanclally. Tha members of the or
der netted tha neat sum of 126, which
sum la Intended to go toward the pur
cbMlng of team paraphernalia. Af
ter tha Mia dancing wm the principal
FaatlaM naUl tho hoar of. 11. whan
all aaaamklad la tha banquet room to
partake of light refreshments. The
Woman of Woodcraft are known to
be good entertainers, m wall m pro
viding aomethlng delightful for the
Inner
BRITISH BEGIN INQUIRY
f.STO TITANIC DISASTER
lOVt.ON, May 1. Tha British
court inquiry Into the Titanic 4U
Mter opened today. Lord Mersey Is
presiding over the court, and an
nounced that the examinations would
bo iweoplng to determine whether
negligence waa responsible for the
trnedy. A twenty-foot model of the
rilanlc hM been Installed In tbe
court room to be used In the exam-
luatlona.
TWO MEN SEEK COUNCIL
IN THE FIRST WARD
Up to the present time only one
candidate at the recent primary auc
tion hM filed with tha county clerk
an Itemised account of kU eapeaae at
such election, m provided la tha cor
rupt practice act, m .-aeAabaed la
section SIP( of Lord'a Oregon Lawa.
Tbe law Is very plain on tha subject,
and If candldataa fall to Ala thalr
sworn statement of expaaaaa before
the expiration of nfteen days after
the election, they are liable to a Ina
of $25 for every day thereafter until
such account Is filed. Tha fltteen days
oxplre on Saturday, May d.
The law follews:
"Section 3t. Caadldatea to File
Demised Hwora Statement of Expest
tlliuren. Every candidate for nomina
tion or election to public ofllce, In
cluding candidates for tha omce of
senator of the United States, shall,
within fifteen daya after tha election
at which he wm a candidate, file with
the secretary of atate, If a candidate
for senator of tha United Btatae, rep
resentative In congreaa, or for amy
state or district office In a district
composed of one or more counttee, or
for members of the legislative aaMm
bly from a district composed of mora
than ono county, but with tha county
clerk for legislative district composed
of not more than one county, and for
county and precinct oOcea, and with
the town clerk, auditor or recorder of
the town or city tn which ha raaldM
If he wm a candidate for town, city or
ward ofllce, an Itemised swora atata
ment setting forth In detail all Ue
moneys contributed, expended or
promised by him to aid aad promote
hla nomination or election, or both, M
the cmo may be, and for the election
of his party candidates, and all exist
ing unfulfilled promisee of every char
acter and all llabllltlee remaining un
canceled and In force at tha tlma auch
statement Is made, whether auch ex
penditure, promlsea and llaaUltlea
wore made or Incurred before, during
or after auch election. If ao money
or other valuable thing wm grraa,
paid, expended, contributed, or prom
ised, and no unfulfilled tlabUlttea
wero Incurred by a candidate for pub-
tic ofllce to aid or promote hla nomi
nation or election, or the election of
his party candidates, ha shall tie a
statement to that effect within ffteea
daya after tho, election at which ha
was a candidate. Any candidate who
shall fall to file auch a statement
shall bo flnad twenty-five dollars for
ovary day on whleh ha wm la dstaatt,
vnlesa ha ahall be excuaed by tha
cojrt. Fifteen daya after any sach
election tha secretary of atate, or
county dark, town dark, auditor or
recorder, m tha eaaa may na, ahall Naw awaa Wi
notify tha district attoraer w any County Judge W, I. Wordaa, Dr.
failure to lie such a statement oa tta Parker aad JM. raitoa, tha latter
put of any candidate, and wltkta tea from Fort Klamath, are recent pur
ifa m tharaaftae auch nroaaeutlaa af. ehaaara of Cadillac, four cylinder au-
flcer ahall prooeed to araaacut. aald Umobllea from tha Haary RabUa
candidate tor such oiiaai."
J. F. Goeller will not be the only
candidate for councilman in the First
ward to succeed Cot. M. O. Wllklns.
m a petition wm filed Tueaday for the
nomination of Fred Btahlman. Mr.
SUhlman wm a candidate mat year,
aad rua Councilman R. A. Alford a
doM race for tha election at that
tlmo.
FIGHT OF TEDDY
NOW HOPELESS
TAFT BUREAU DKCLARBS THAT
ROOSEVELT NEEDS SIS MORE
DELEGATES, AND' ONLY Sl
MORE TO BR ELBCTED
United PreM Service
WASHINGTON, May I. -The Taft
buraau today laauad the following
statement:
"KooMvent needs lis mora aeie-
gatee to control tha convention, and
there remains only 114 mora to he
elected, about whoso position m be
tweea tha candldataa the people have
not already spoken. Tha utter hope-
aaasa of RooMTalt'a fight la ap
parent."
United Press Service -
r.U PASO, Tex., May 2. -Authentic
report from rebel headquarters bo
low Shlchuahua say that food sup-
pile aro exhausted. Tho country Is
stripped of edibles and tho horses are
emaciated and tho men hungry.
Orosco must fight bis way Into La-
guna district Immediately, where
there Is food, or retire to Cblchua-
hua. It Is believed that Orosco will
force a battle Immediately. Rebels
say reinforcements from Slnaloa are
coming, and with tbe combined forces
of Salaxar and Orosco, will attack
Torreon while Zapata Is attacking
Mexico City.
Ordinance Introduced Aathortseag a
Special Election to Vote $ISS,W
llond for Completing Sewer Sys
tem for City Another ftrillnaara
Will Provide for Refaadiag !
for OuUUsidiag Warraata
MUCH BUSINESS
BEFORE COUNCIL
FIRE CHIEF MUDDLE STILL EX
ISTS PPTriTION FOR WAKE
FIELD'S REINSTATEMENT
MAYOR ClUARANTEES PAY
At the meeting of the city council
but evening there were present Coun
cilmen Alford, Crlsler, Fielder, Hanks
Underwood, Wblte, Owens, McGowen
and Wllklns, Mayor Sanderson, Police
Judgu Nicholas, City Attorney Man
nlug. Engineer 'Zumwalt and Actlns
Chief of Police Hall.
Spc'clflcatlona for paving wera sub
mitted by Engineer Zumwalt, whi
stated that the specifications did not
cover oury bard surface paving ma
terial. No action was taken, as It
was t'eslred to hae the specifications
when adopted by tho council Include
cvtry known pavement that It Is lia
ble Mds will be received for.
A lietltlon with 102 signatures ro-
Mivstlng that E. W. Wakefield bo ap
pointed m fire chief at a salary of
1 100 a month was read to the coun
cil A motion was made that tt be
laid on tho tablo Indefinitely, wbtcn
wm lost. Councilman White callod
'he (ttentlon of tho mayor to tbe fact
that the city had no authority to ap
point a fire chief, as the council had
never organised a Are department.
Tho opinion of the city attorney was
Liked, and he stated that the mayo-
had no authority to appoint a Aro
chief, aa no suchofflce bad ever boon
created by the council. He suggest
ed that It would be necessary for the
council lo pass an ordinance creating
a tire department under the provi
sions of tbe charter.
Mayor oanoerson siaiea inai wnen
tlm pay of Mr. Wakefield wm stop
ped that be bad ordered b'tm to con
tinue wtth bis work and keep tbe de
partment together, and personally
guaranteed his wages, He Informed
Mr. Wakefield, who waa present, to
continue doing the same until next
Monday evening, and he would be
responsible for hla pay. Councilman
White stated that he believed It might
Ikj possible to appoint the Ore chief
a special policeman wtth pay.
Councilman. McGowen moved that
CbM. Woodard be appointed atreot
commuwlonar. The motion wm lost.
Tha police Judge wm ordered to
re-advertUe for bids on bonds for
Bridge street Improvement. The work
hM been finished for some. tlmo. but
no blda were received at 'the former
advertisement.
An ordinance wm Introduced la
the city council last evening by Cona-
cllman Owens providing for a special
olectlon for voting on a bond Issue of
$126,000 to complete the sewer aye
temof tbo city. On motion of Haaks
It was pwsed to Its second and third
reading. It carried an emergea'c
clause, and will probably be flaaily
passed at the meeting to be held on
Monday evening.
City Engineer Zumwalt stated that
some time ago ho had made aa esti
mate on the sewers that he believed
necesury for the city at thla Ume,
which amounted to 170,000. The
$126,000 was to cover additional mw-
crs, nnd waa- not an accurate esti
mate, as ho bad not bad tha time to
secure figures on the rock work -through
which the additional Mwera
would havo to be laid, or oa tbe right
of way through unplatted ground or
the location for the aeptlc tank. "
It was stated that another ordi
nance was being prepared to cover the
amount of bonda necessary to refaaof"
tho warrant Indebtednesa of the city,
but It wm not known Just what Ue
amount necessary would be, ao tho
ordlnanco would not be preeeated un
til the next meeting. It la hollered
that' It win uke about $ie,6"te '
coter' outstanding warranto aad lav
tcrest. Both of these bond Issuea are
to be voted on at the sin special
election, m It will not be possible to
bring them up at the coming regular
election.
t"VMt
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BAND MAKES FLANS FOR
STRAWBERRY FamTTVAL
At a meeting of the Klamath Falls
Military Band last evening plana were
mado for a strawberry festival, dance
and concert, to be given on Friday
evening. May 19. The strawberry
social will bo given In the Houston
House and the dance will probably be
across the street In the opera bbuae.
Another Plagto Bora
At the meeting of Crater Lake
Aerie of the Eagles Isst night, Wm.
Houston was Initiated Into tbe mys
teries of the Royal Bird order. At
tbe next meeting six new membera
will go through a similar function.
A handsome new banner hM bees
hung in the room, bearing the title
nnd number of tbe order. It le the
handiwork of one of the oHcera,
Robert Welsh, a local painter.
MAYOR MAKES
APPOINTMENTS
CITY HAH BEEN WITHOUT LBGAL
POLICE AND OTHER APPOINT
1VE OFFICERS FOR THE1
JUST PASSED
Councilman O. W. White laat area-
Ing called the attention of the mayor
to tbe fact that the city had been a
week without a legal policeman or
other appointive officer, for tha rea
son that when tbe new charter went
Into effect all of the terms of the ap
pointive officers ceased, and that thay
hod not been reappointed.
Mayor Sanderson then appelated
his officers with salaries m fellows.
and the same were approved by tbe
ceuncil: 8. L. Walker, marshal, IllS
a menth: Wm. Hall, I. L. Parrlah aad
Jas. Hilton, regular police, at llMi -C.
C. Low, mounted police at 111; Ht .
H. Manning, eity attorney, at MMIi.v .
D. J. Zumwalt, city eagtaeer, u
ll,66, aad B. y. Hawley, alaetrlaal r , ;
Imiuntn- wlilft hu L IaJ
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The regular meeting af ta ea,vI'"AV,;
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