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- KLAMATH FALL, OBMON, SATURDAY, MAY II, MM
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r A, KI.I.HrTT MAKKM INSPEC
TION IN KLAMATH
w Forr.lry Hoard l Ihilng (JimiI
VYvrk In Protecting Timbre ir lh
Mali From Fine lwal OrganUa
Ilea Awl ' ' ('IiMmimmI In In
Me Retained a HuprrvUor nf the
f, A. Kllloll, atate forealer, lm
rilurncil from a trip llirouiti tho tint
br In I bo elern uirt or tlio county
with J. P. Kimball, repreiotilatlve nf
tk Weyerhauser company, anil nlrfo
atcrttiry treasurer of the Klamath
Lake Countlr Kirn 1'rotacMvi! Ami)
clstlca After a conference; with the
local timber owners, Mr, Kllluti will
ftt In tlio morning for Portland.
Mr. Kllliill eipreaae hlnuelf well
1Wm4 wltli the roniiltlona of the
Umber frnni the stsudVolnl of lire
protection, ami U taring bla plan for
Ik proper protection of the timber
4trlD( tin1 coming aeaaon. C. C. Chit'
sood.aupervlanr for thla illitrlct, will
W(ln hl work aooit. nml will attend
to having the necemiary alaalilno
luraad o ax to reduce to a ml ill mil in
tk poultilllty of flrr getting atnrled
kB th tlry aeaaon rl In.
The atate formt aemce m onl
Marled lait year, amt an Immcnin
saount of work haa been accom
llihtd by Mr. Elliott anil hi aaalal
sail during that iihort time Mr.
Elliott alalr Hint he, Kfllc I U
grrtteat aaalatance from locat or
sjsalistlona among the limber own
in, anil It l I ha ohjert of tiM oltlrx
to co-operate with theae anil mll
'him In the timber. Oreg in I a
great timber atate, but the lira1 rk
of the board of foroatcr I to amire
I4quat protection from fire. Ex
periment are alao being made, with
tk aulatanre of the atate agrlcul
Ural rnllrge. In growing certain trcei
to determine what are bent In plant
on ttearrt tracta of the Male, event
ually the work of refnreiitratlnn wild
b taken up.
During the winter the offlre foreo
u encaged In preparing plala of
all the timber of the atate, ami map
r mail showing all the largo hold
lag, 10 that whenever a report la re
ceived of a flro It ran bo aren at n
glanre who I tho moat Intorcatcd
party, and who would bo tlio mod
llkily one to look to for aaalilanre
In controlling tho fire. Mr. Kltlott'a
long and practical experience In the
timber builnc make him a moat fit
man for itatc forcater. He U prob
ably the hrt acquainted of any man
la the atnli, with all the vaat timber
On the recommendation of tho
upenlanr all of tho old alahlnga In
ho proporty acquired by tho Wo) or
hauler company near Pokcgnmn nro
o be burned. J. F. Kimball, local
rrpreintatlo of the company, nil
Bounce that within a week or ten
day he will have a crow of men be
gin clearing up theae alaahlng nnd
ll of the dead timber, limb and top
IH be burned.
ElKS WILL GOME
ma mi.Mii oi iiiuM" wii.ii at.
TKNI) KODK.o Wll.l, IHIINH
I.AIUH! CliAHH KOIl initiation
INTO TIIK OIIDKII
Word haa boon recelvod from I.nko-
to the offoct that a largo nutn
Mr of tho mombara of tho Glka Lodge
" Planning to come, to Klamath
Fall to nttond the llodoo the laat of
Jl month. In addition they oxuoot
to bring n big cliia nf candidate,
"no nro to be Initiated on one night
"Wing the celebration. Tber" re
r twenty member! ot Ui'e local
lt of Rika realdlng In Ijfevlew.
WANTKD Womtn toiSok on ranch,
no cblldreW Addfjei R. H. Bun-
w". Klamath faJU.fore. ll-tf
I System in Pur
fulfill l'ri HirvUc
HACUAMCN'IO. Mny II llrfuv
lug to allow tin, fa,iiiii),ooii atinunl
I'lpiii'lltiirn by Dm lnht for iippll
mr im liialltiitlniiM In bo Kiithorud In
by ainnll rliiKM of iiiiiirnrior liencii-
niilli, wlthuiit nu niti'iiipt to KTiirc
ri'nlly lompetllltK lillilltiK, tlio alnle
bmiril nf control iM ,.n ,, ,,,ry
duimber of runitiivrie nml Inrm
wholeanle hniiax In I hi- country n let-
ter niinouiii'liiK thnl the atnlo la
nbnut to nak for hlila Hilpplle nro
to he. fiiriilahiil to alt atnlo hoapltnla,
two reform arhnola, two prlaniia, nor-
nml arhoola In Hun !igo, t.oa An
gelea, Kiuiln llnrlmrn, r'reami, Hun
Joao, Han I'rnnrlaro nnd (,'hlro, nnd
vnrloua alntn home nml Inatltiitloiia
for the llacnl yrar. beglnnltiK July I
STUDENTS TO 60
.WM.il, Tllll III1 IHIlll M'lll)lll,;t'iillcd I'rea Kortlce
rtl'll.s AMI IMIIKM Ttl 111'- HACUAMKNTO, May II. drover
...... ..... ,, ... ....
''' "K,: ' n" N,:XT!.penk. here for Taft tonight, whll.
rillll.W, !lila Krnndaon, Albert, nddreiae a la
It la being Planned by II... high, (I,,u,"'or " Johnaon nt
. latalatik I linn tt III It.. ..linllH
i.ri.,M.i .i. ,i. i I, .,ii i.i.i, ...nn.l
triiralon mi Ul-P-r Klamath ukpjlleireller In Han Pranclaco
neit KrliUy llarrlman'a retort It
tho place being apoken of where the
atiident will aiieml a few hour re
creating nliiuiiK the tall pltien, Hilling,
etr. I;err year nnnual uicurainna
fur ttii- atuili'iita lima lireli tlllulr mi
the ateamer Wlnrma on aome Krlda)
Hearing the Inat lew week ot ichool,
C. 1). Wlllaon'a nlace at llocky I'olnl
la where Ihe largo lako ale.imer land
ed laat year, waiting apteral linm
fur tiificliran nnd liaatlme for tho
large crowd of atudent nnd their
iinrcnta who attended. It la hoped by
the faculty thntth.. plenaant ..ithrr.i(1)lo roprcuou r ,he I)elty,
will continue, ao a to mako tho trlpfr(, M0 (,0 c,r b fB,tlt bu, ,MeI
more enjoyable, and from preient In. WI pM ,,m faca , face.Tll0 ,ec.
llrnllnn u win aij rnniinue
IHMAV IIWKIVIW HVATIOX
AIHHVAI, IX CMil.A.MI
(lulled I'reaa Hcrlce
I.IVIMtrooi,. May II. Imn nr-
rled today on the Adrlnllr nnd re
reled an inntlon, He wna cheered
i im left tho dock, where acore of
frlemli met him to ihake hnnda. la-
may anld Hint Hmltli aenato commit
tee treated him well, but he com
plained that the American pnper
HEAD HUNTING IS MIL,
PEACE MS INSTEAD
(In-Ml Change Among Wild Tribe
of llu rhrflppliie lalanil HI me Ihe
KklablMiment of Ameilcnn CoiiiIh
MANILA. May 11. Dean C. Wnr-
rvatcr, aecretury of the Interior, In
chmgii "f the wild tribe of the Phil
ippine iHlnmla, Im Just returned fiom
it 1,000 mile trip, partly by mitomo
bllo through Hie mountain provlnro
of Luiuii. He roporl bend hunting
nil by icmoii of tho mibatltutlon of
Amorlcan court of Juallco. lgorrole.
ii,..,i... nml ifiiKno. formerly Ima-
tlio tribe, united In ono grand ennno
at Campole, a neutrnl notiiomcni, mm
pledged Ihomaolve to peaceful pur-
null In future. The word of tneo
mountnln people Mr. Worccgicr n.
Ih nbHolulo. They lire earning peace
ful livelihood by cultivating rlco nnd
Hweet polntoe on mountain slope
nnd manufacturing unit by evnpornt
Ing e wnter nt tho conit towns. Mr.
Worcester carried wim mm niuriub
.......... Aim. nf Hcenci about Wash-
Ington, Nlngnrn KalU, akyacrapor of
Now York city, the iirooaiyn unua
..., .i.i,,i,.v iihout Ran Francliro.
When tho picture of Preildont TafL
win ahown many or mo mw
... ihnir anoar In tho air aa n
token of delight, they having wn
tho big "Apo" or wnuo uou r.
.. ,7 a..,.,v hia irlna through
can llliu, Mi - i
their village while governor general
In the lalanda. '
1 DAIRY BUSINESS
.In ukd V H. Worilen, who rocvnlly
I ii turned from n vlalt to hla rnncli
iirnr rori Hininnill, atnti-H II o U got
tliiK iiillu n dairy Ktnrlvd on hi
place Ho now hn fourteen cow.
I from which ho la producing a conild
ornblo nmount of butter. They n
pill l gut n croninory atnrled nt tho
I'orl ory aoon, nnd tho milk will
thru ho aolil to tho rrrnim-ry. Hun
nlor Weed nlao ha n good band of
milch ioa on hi place.
JuiIkc Wordcn bvllave that the
Wood Ithcr country will evontualty
bo one of the xrenteat dairy acctlon
of tho atnlc, n ho bellove, with It
iihumlnncii of I I ami oicollont ell-
iiiintu, It I pnrtlnilarly ndaplod to
FAMILY IS SOMEWHAT
I'litlirr hH-nk for Tafl, Hon U K
hurting for liouaovelt, anil (iraml
ooii .triilrraiM-i Meeting In Inlereal
nf Iji rollelli-
-. . ,.
Jnlilianli. fnlhor nf tli fnYnrnnr.
, r olletlo meptlng nt another ball
"" l"e will bo uxhortlng
Krnuk Kldor wa down from Ho
nnntn )caterdny, returning home laat
IMIII-:ilKCK TIIK CUIWK
OK KLAMATH, HAYH WHIHTON'
"No longing I o dominant In tho
oul of the Chrlatlan aa tho longing
to aee Oirlat, and no fact I more
clearly taught In the Coapol than la
Ilia accond coming. Idolotry I but
the oipieaalon of thi desire to ee
wu will eo him face to face.vTho ec-
nnd coinlnic of the Chrlit waathe In
spiration of the early church, nnd
they expected lil ro-appearlng In
thelr generation. The Apoatle put
the rear or lion into mo ucari 01 men
n the) prenched the ipeedy coming
of tho Snvlnur.
"Ail HcrimureB cuucvuu uiai ui,
.. Ill ......... I.. I. ...III.. In.IH ... M.1 Jk.l
Will ll.lllt 111 UUMIIJ ,U..I, WU,.WMI,WM
hv Ilia nnscla. nnd Ihe manner of hi
coming will bo 'a lightning from
heaven, 'In like manner and as a
ilnmlni: nnord.' The time of 111
coming U not gUcn lu tho lllble. Tho
niniilinat la nut tinon the fact of IHi
coming nnd the neceailty of preparing
for It. The church I nalecp on thla
location. Wo nro playing at religion.
We profea Chrlat nnd play fat nnd
looae with our duty nnd Influcnco.
The curae of Indifference to our oul
ui.ifnrn I the cumo of Klnninth Fall.
The grent majority feel kindly towanl
ilm church, but there la little active
participation In rellglou xcal and er
vlce. I mn hero to wnko you up.
riM rmlv to meet Clod. Tho purpose
of Chrlt' necor.d coming I to crown
us, n well a to Judge the world."
Tho lllutrntlon of thu lermon
wnrn elniale nnd often dramatic. Mr
Whlaton hn tho faculty of making
ono eo tho fnc ho reveal. Tbete
r..ni niontliiE are approaching a
cloe, nnd every night will be better
nnd more Interesting. Lnt nlgnt
ihA mnrn ndiilti took their stand
for tho church. Tonight the evangel.
lat will preach on "A Fateful Deci
sion." FATHERS SHOULD HUE
United Prois Service
invnnv. Mav 11. That fathers
of young children ahould bo given
proforenco over slnglo women In ships
llfobonta I tno contention ui
women who aro following with Inter
cat tho Inqulrxjnto the Titanic disas
ter. A correspondent of theh York
shire Observer says:
"Tho father ot young cniioren is
..iniia in tho state to be aacrl-
Deed to notions of chivalry. For some
twenty years his llfo is more tbiuh
to train and support his children than
that nf childless womsa."
NKVKIIAI, CI.CKM TO IOKNTITY OF
Aged Woman View Itemalaw and Be
Here Hod? Ttiat of Her IMagtKer,
, Formerly a Reesdent of Chicago,
and Who Had tjoarrel With Her
llubaul--Clotliiag Haa Braad of
United I'rcsa Service
LOB ANOELM, May 11. Mrs. I.
A. Keller, an aged woman, today
viewed the remains ot the unldeatl-
fled victim, whoa body waa found
yeaterday In aa unoccupied bouse
with her head split open. She said
she believed It to be that of her
daughter, but refused to give her
name. Rbe aald her daughter, who
was mlailng, had a quarrel with her
huiband, and formerly lived la Chi
cago, flhe had clothing almllar to
that of the vlcUm.
A nurae named Katharyn, missing
for several dare, l believed to be the
unidentified woman murdered here.
Authorities refuse to tell her name.
The Identity of the murdered wo
man Is still unsolved, la addition to
the handkerchief with the Initial "K"
on It, the autt and bat bore labels of
Marshall Fields, Chicago, aad the la
the clothing were badges ot SodaltHee
of Church of the Hjolr Name. Chicago.
Detectives are confldeat she la a
Chlcagoan. Laundry marka "C" and
XVX" on tbt eJothlag'are being
WILL J SAFER
MACHINKRV IIKIXO PLACKD IN
NKW MAZAMA FRKHIHT M
I'lLKO ON DOCK AWATTINO ITS
I'arker ft Taylor, proprietors ot the
steamer Masama, have the bull for
their new boat practically completed,
and are now placing the machinery
from the old boat Into the new, which
a anticipated by the ownera to have
tho boat In commission by neat Wed
nesday or Thursday. Considerable
freight haa piled up nt their dock
awaiting transportation to various
polnta on the lake. The new boat
will have a great deal larger capacity
than the former, thus doing away
with the barge, which It waa neces
sary to tow when large consignments
were handled. The speed ot the new
craft will be about tea miles aa hour.
Accommodations have been made for
passeugere who wish to go to Crater
Lake or elsewhere.
Messrs. Parker ft Taylor are very
proud of the Maiama, aa It la better
constructed In every way, aad Is much
isfor ahould It encounter rough
HOUSE PASSES JNKttl
United Press Service
WASHINGTON, May 11. -The
bouse yesterday overwhelmingly pass
ed the legislative executive Judicial
appropriation bill with the provisions
to abolish the commerce court and
retaining the mlnta and consolidating
revei al bureaus.
Paasea Humphrey Amendment
rUnlted Press Service
WASHINGTON. May 11. The
house yeaterday passed the Humph
roy amendment providing for the re
tention of the mints at Baa Francisco,
New Orleans and Carsea City, and
six assay offices, with aa aaaual ap
propriation for malateaeaee. Tnn
vote wu 178 to US.
Passenger and VissjM Mta
United Press Benrtee
VINCKNNahVInd., May U. Two
wero killed aad sevsn hurt when tk
Chicago BMtara llllaak aemtabovad
trata iMMwtHd a freight train hart.
SOCIALISTS VOTE '
SAN DIEGO FUNDS
United I'rea Service
INDIANAPOLIS, Alleging that con
ditions In San Diego wero worse than
any In tho history of Ruaala, the so
cialist executive commlttco arranged
to finance the Industrialists In tholr
fight there against the present de
portations. They voted a f 2C0 appro
priation, and the state organizations
are also asked to raise funds.
Provea Vp on Homewtead
Ivd ward II. Myers today mado final
proof on his homestead before County
Clerk De Lap. He Is located In sec
tion U of township 38, range 8, In
the Long Lake District.
SK MS CERTAINLY
DEATH M HUSBANDS
United Press Service
VIENNA, May 11. Frau Kapruc-
tan ot Llppa, Hungary, has been ar
rested for carrying on a wholesale
bluebeard business. In addition to
murdering four husbands on her own
account, abe used to assist other wo
men to kill oft their husbands when
they got tired of tbem, and her con-
islon haa led to the arrest of Ave
other women who eougbt her aid to
become widows. There was no mon
etary motive for these crimes.
WANTED Riding pony at once;
atate price and age. Address Box
65, Klamath Fall. U-U
The following realty transfers.
coatracte. deeds, mortgagee, etc, re
cently fled with the county clerk,
are farnlehed by the City and County
United States to Ernest D. Hitch-
cock. patent. EH 8EU. Bee. SO; W
bWH. Sec. U-SI-1I.
Thoe. Q. Cox to Emma L. Cox, rur-
raaty deed, 110, part SEK SWI&.
Sec. . lot J. EH NWi4. 8ec. 7-.IT-V,
part lot S. Sec. 11-37-8.
R. W. Bell to C. W. Forbesm. war
ranty deed, 110, lote 1, 2, 5 and C,
block SO; tots 1. S, 3 and . block 14;
loU 1 and S. block 1, all Weit Lake
J. T. Bllllngsley to E. II. DuFault,
warranty deed, f 10, 8EK SE, NE
U 8EK. Sec. 10; NH SEVl. 8W,
Bee. 11; WU NWK. EH NWK. EH
BWH. NWH BWH, Sec. H; NEH
NEH. Bee. 15-40-13.
Chas. A. Bunting to Horace A. Dun-
Up. warranty deed, f 10, SEH NWH.
NEH 8WH. SH BWH. WH SEH.
nwh biwh, nec. ao; an ne,,
NEH BEH. WH NEH. WH SEH.
Bee. 34; NWH BWH. Bee. 35-37-15;
NWH BWH, SH NWH. lot 3, Sec.
80CIAUBT8 SURE OF A
Fian on oROANizixa
United Press Service
INDIANAPOLIS, May 11. Most of
the delegatea to the aoclallst national
convention are here. The convention
meet at Tomllnson hall tomorrow
morning, and organises. There will
be a fight, sure, between the "direct
action" party, headed by Haywood.
and the "parlor" socialist, with Ber
ger of Wisconsin leading.
"I. ffneei ot Chief Justice White
United Press Service
PRINCETON, President Taft Is the
gueat of honor of Chief Justice Whlto
during the Inauguration ot John
Qrler Hlbben as president of Prince
ton University. Numerous university
and college presidents and hundredi
of members ot Princeton tlumnl v
NIL M01 PRODUCE
' TIM LOCAL TRADE
Men are now at work for Arthur
Hlllard oa hU place la tha west end
of the city putting In a large ten-acre
garden. Mr. Hlllard has Installed a
gasoline pumping plant with which to
furnish water for the garden. Tha
water la betag takoa treat Lake
Ewauna, a dletaaee of about 100 feet.
It hi Mr. HlllaraVa plan to furnish the
stores with garden vegetables la a
fresh condition, making It much bet
tar than If tha name produce waa
shipped ta tram the outside. .
ex - ex
e MAX sWATJ TetftWsW e)
m. i' ' . w
"Bills" Will Go to
All ilrother Hills aro requested to
be at the docks early tomorrow In
order to go to tho fairground, where
they arc to demonstrate tholr ability
a carpenter. The Kwnuna will loavo
the Navigation dock at 7 o'clock 'and
at 8:30. Other launches will run at
Interval during tho entlro morning,
leaving tho Acktey Brother' dock.
A barge waa taken down tho lake
today loaded with lumber to be uied
at the fairground. It wa In charge
of Commodore Paul Brcltonsteln,
who ha general supervision of the
grounds. ' '
Cinues in china p
akftlng are now
being startod, at CO
startod, at 50enl
rtCfrt Studfo, 48
nu a icason, ai
KAYH LA FOLI.KTTE WILL NOT UK
THIRD IN CALIFORNIA HACK.
XOll WILL ROOSKVKI.T IIK
Louis Qerber, the well known stock
muu, who a few days ago returned
from California, where he has consid
erable property Interests, says In con
nection with the election In the neigh
boring state next Tuesday:
"1 am willing to bet that La Fol-
lotte will not be third In the race, and
I am also ready to assert that Roose
velt will not bo 'the first. I have of
fered to friends ot Roosevelt odds
that be will not head the fight In Cal-
The democratic sentiment In Cal
ifornia inclines to Champ Clark. Tho
Influence of Governor Johnson, who Is
atnmplng the state for Roosevelt, af
ter ho had for months proclaimed
blmsolf an avowed supporter -of Iji
Kollette, Is conceded to recoil, not
only to tho detriment ot Johnson's
PMfctlge, but to the Inevitable down
fall of Roosevelt.
California's fight wilt settle the
detlny of tho running mate ot the
head ot the ticket.
Sunday Is Mothers' Day
Tomorrow will be generally observ
ed throughout the nation as '.'Moth
er' Day." Each man I expected to
wear on that day a whlto carnation
out ot respect to his mother. The day
waa generally observed In this city
for the first time last year, but It now
hn become an annual event.
SEVENTEEN WANT TO
- MARRY tjm-rOOR MAN
Bui He Will Have Year's Frotec
lion, n? He la In JssUy-The Women
iinounro They Will Walt Kad of
United Press Bervi
a handsome yeu:
should have exel
la released from
new year, ror
women have ..an'
nounced that they
ry him. He Is eul
ng to mar-'
and It was for defjilgythem all
of small sums that-he waaaentencod
to Jail. The seveatasWaVflancees"
were all In court, whero they an
nounced they still wanted to marry
blm, and would wait until bis Jll
sentence expired. Albert lookg re
lieved as he waa marched qffiifo Jail.
NOTICE TO GARRAflK MEN
Notice Is hereby gUan that anyone
dumping refuse onJTny of our prop
erties will be projFecuted to the full
extenVQtthe law This applies espe
cially toilrad ept of the government
canal along thl Fort Klamath road.
the development co.
Rev. J. . Wolfe will speak la the
Presbyterian church Sunday after
noon at S o'clock on "Why Four Gos
pels." He Is a very powerful preach
er, but la at hla best on Bible talks.
Every Christian should be Interested
la this talk, for It will not only be In
teresting, but also eatremely keJafsl.
HlKIITA EXPECT) TO
Report From Front larMrate Sweep
Ing Rebel RcTerae at Bennejtlle---Hebcl
Leader Has Called for All
His Heaenres Available to Jota Mien
at Onrc Looks Like Last Stand
of the Inaurgenta
United Press Service
EL PASO, Tex., May 11. Unoffl
rial reports from the front Indicate
sweeping rebel reveries at BermeJIllo.
Orozco called for all reserves avail
able to Join him Immediately. Fight
ing at Bermcllljo continued most of
last night, and Is still progressing.
Deciding Rattle Ktpected
Lnlted I'rea i Service
PEnnVAI. Mar.. Mav Itfluar.
at Huerta's troops are (oday passing
across alklal wastes, toward Bscaloa.
expecting to meet Orqxco at noon, and
open a great battle, probably decid
ing tho fate of tho revolution. Huer
ta told United Press correspondent
that a federal victory was certain. In
fifteen days tlio revolution will be
Rebels Are Reertee)
United Press Service
EL PA80, Tex., May 11. Bitting
on tho box-car telegraph oflce at Ber
meJIllo, Federal General Joaquin
Tellox at 4 o'clockMhis morning
talked to a United Press correspond
ent over 1,000 miles of wire. He anld
General Huerta was then thirty miles
away. Tellox stated: "Friday morn-'
Ing 1 came up with Huerta. who ts
Htghrstarted'jie-rth to asset
Oroico's rebels, who are tired
Hungry, in the desert wa
Tracy Aubert's cavalry against tkem.
killing over a hundred aad routing
them. Theae rebels were SaUsar's
General Orozco Is censoring .nil
wires, which makes It Impossible for
the United Press correspondent to
get In comunlcatlon with the rebels.
EXERA SNAP FOR 8ALE Set of
"World's Rest Histories," 50 vol-
umni, new, covering all nations; a
complete historical library, down to
date;'$25 for set. XIX. Herald office.
R. W. Tow.er was In the city yes
terday on business, and returned to
his ranch last last night. .
OUKAT INTEREST IS AROU8E
OVr.lt ANNULINO OF C1TIZEX
SHIP OF MEN ADVOCATING
Tte-Tnere la the
greatest interest) here In the decision.
of Federal 'J udge'Hanford In anaul-
Ing the' citizenship of Leonard Olsson
IpfjTacoraa, because "He admitted ha
la -a socialist, advocating n propa
ganda for radical changes In the In
stitutions of the .country." H
Lawyers here say It the decision Is
Unchallenged that the clttienshlp ot
nny foreign born who at time ot ap
plication for papers held such views,
may bo revoked, and the decision la
so broad that any advocate of the
Initiative or recall may loee bla cltl-
senihlp It he Is foreign born.
Does Not Surprise WUsoa
CHICAGO, May 11. J. Btltt Wll-
son, Berkeley's socialist mayor, whea
Interviewed oa the Haaford deeleten'.
K day, aald: " fN
"I am not surprtse'd at Haaford'aji
action. Ho la serving his master well.,' -
but la thU Instance he overstepped ys'
even the bounds of judicial wtod.
I don't believe the man broughtbe4
fore htm did anything to makesneh' 0 , VI
an action justllable, lwcuse,1lt.he:V;vHl
was following the principles otaoeul
urn he was upholding tha aonMltntwev
he had sworn, to snafort.'S..,
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