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provisions of th« meusurc, mid n for
mal petition of protest has been pre
pared mid will Im forward««! to the
Indian Bureau lit Washington. Among
I I liti.I) l AISI.Ii III ItOY I1LLING CIGAIl
those who w«ru here were .1
LIGHTER WITH GASOLINE
Palmer and wife. E. II. Wilson, Ho
mer Wlhlllliite and Hurry Wilson.
'I liouMiuits Are I'b eing I toni ila- On They cam» down Thursday und re Host III tile Ex-Presideill'* S|HC'lt III
Fir« Sturts 00 tli« Fifth, Trapping the
turned to their homes Snturdn
coming HI reu lux of .Molleo him
RIVALS CATASTROPHE OF MESSINA
EGYPTIAN NATIONALISTS ARE UGLY ELEVEN PEOPLE BURNED 01 DEATH
Khartoum I iging Co-
mid Hmoke mol Ito« ks
Occupants of I pper
had a chance to cool, thus checking
Its flow temporarily. In the towns
and villages that have esenped from
the ravages of the eruption religious
services and processions have been
held as a token of the gratitude of
the inhabitants over having been
The only danger from further loss
of life Iles In the recklessness of
tourists who have rushed in to wit
ness the magnificent spectacle de
picted by the violence of the eruption.
The soldiers have been forced to use
stringent measures to prevent them
THE HOPKINS III IBLEI)
from rushing to certain death. The
most reckless of the visitors are to 'Hie Tug Yumutilhi Going to Reseou«
be found among the women, many of
South of Hun Francis««»
whom would have met death If the
troops had not Interfered.
MARE ISLAND NAVY YARD, Meh
25. —The torpedo boat Hopkins wa
WORK OF INSTALLING
disabled twenty miles beltow San
CJJMKH IS FINISHED Francisco today owing to a fiulre ot
No Reason W hy Everyone Should Not her boiler« and engines, according to
a wireless dispatch received here thh
Huvc the Correct Tim«
afternoon. The Hopkins was compell
The Western Union clock inspector, ed to throw out an anchor to save
William Walsh, left for Sacramento herself from destruction as she car
Friday, having completed the time ries no sailing g« ar. The tag Umatiiln
from the navy yard is hurrying to th*
service installation here yesterday.
The master clock, through which rescue. The boilers of the Hopkins
the United States Observatory time is recently blew up at San Diego.
received hourly from Mare Island,
Mayor Sanderson has returned
has been located in the local Western ’
Union office and on each hour all the j from Medford, bringing with him the
clocks throughout the city are elec- j latest reports on street paving of va
trically adjusted by the master clock, j rious kinds.
Tills city is now equipped with j
twenty-seven Western Union docks 1 LOST—A St. Bernard dog, name«!
Color white and tan;
which are Installed at various points ’
and as moat of them are located with !
a view to having the correct time ’ peared Sunday. March 13.
displayed to the public, there can be will notify C. F. Stone, Klamath
no excuse now for not having the cor- i Falls, Oregon and rec.-ive liberal re
On« enterprising merchant is plan- !
nlng to install a Western Union clock I
with the inechankim exposed In his!
display case at the store entrance. I
As a means of drawing attention to i
articles on display this plan is some-1
For an up-to-date wheel, gra
what original. It Is calculated that
a Rambler, on sale at the Gl N
most people are anxious to have the j HTORE.
correct time, and many are curious to I Tenta to rent. Guna. We narry
know how the time sent out from th«' j a full line ot sporting goods
Government observatory synchronizes '
a clock so far removed from the Gov-1
THE GUN STORE
eminent < hornometer. It Is thought ,
J H < HAMHKR m .
that other merchants will adopt this i
method of attracting the public to! t*p|MMiie rfre Anw nom H<xw
Mr. Walsh will return here tn a!
few days to make additional clock I
United Press Service.
Col. L. M. Allison hud u party of United Press Service.
CATANIA, Sicily, Munii 25
Chicago, March 25. Six women
friends from Grund Junction, t'olo., CAIRO, Egypt, March 24. That the
Thousands am homeless us u result
British Government uetually fears for dead, a girl and four men missing,
or the eruption of Mount Aetna,
tlie safety of ex President Roosevelt, one man horribly torn und mangled
which threatens to bo the moat de Thursday. Th« party consisted ot E because this city Is the hotbed of fiom Hilding down u wire cable and
structive of modern limos.
Egyptlun Nationalists, was demon one girl crushed on the pavement
tunts ure fleeing towards Cat uulu to j man Ono of the purty In discussing strated here today by the throngs of
after Jumping from the sixth floor Is
| th« trip stated
day, driven thither by fear, molten
police thill guarded Rooosevelt from the record of horror that follows a
iuvu, sulphurous fumes, hot uslies and
The farmers whom the ilm<- lie left the train this morn fire that destroyed the store and
rocks. The sienes rival those of Ilf big bay stacks
ing until he reached his carrluge and building ot Fish & Company, 193
teen months ago following the earth we visited had their blns well filled wus deposited safely at the door of
Wabash avenue, here today. The
quake ut Messimi
Ills speeches al bodii-x of five women and two men
smoke houses filled with bacon mid Shepherd's Hotel.
Today tho eruption bus Increased,
ham of their own make. Their cattle, Khartoum and Assouan, where he have already been recovered, and the
six new craters having been formed
horses und pigs weri all fat and car pleaded for native co-operation with flreimn are searching the ruins for
in the cone of tlo- grout mountain,
ried with them the stump of pros th« British authorities, have aroused tile mlHMlng ones.
und streams ot Iuvu fifty feet deop
The fire started on the fifth floor,
perity mid progressiveness, nnd > ven tli« resentment of the Nationalists,
nini half 11 mile wide are sweeping
r«' a boy, engaged In filling with
tho chickens seemed to take on ¡1
down the southern slope of the moun-
general air of well-kept and up-to- Boutron, Pasha. Colon<-I Roosevelt gasoline a cigar lighter, started a con
tain ut the rate of 1000 feet an hour,
diite surroundings. Our llmlted in laughed at the Idea of danger and flagration that spread with wonder
Nine miles of tho slope Ims nlready
vestigatlon convinced us itiât nature requested tluil no special guard be ful rapidity, trapping the occupants
been covered und all efforts to stop
has been wonderfully lavish with It» < furnished The authorities, however, of the upper floors and shutting off
the progress of the molten mass have
favors In this section of the Pacific | knowing the real condition of affairs, all avenues of escape. One man
would not listen to his request, and risked his life by sliding down the
Eighteen craters ur<- now pouring
ex-President walked through a wire cable of the elevator, a part of
"Combining as tills section does It*
I lien molten liquid, suphurous va
billions of feet of merchantable tint ■ double line of Egyptian police from the descent being through a roaring
porn, stónos und lava down the moun*
Miss Ethel Finkelstein
her. Its 200,000 acres of Irrigated : ills car to ills carriage. The assem furnace.
Three of these streams
align brush land. Its wonderful water I bled thousands gave him a welcome j’jinp* <1 from a window on the sixth
have combined ut u point ¡1 few miles
power. Its great pleasure resorts und 1 never before given to an American. floor, only to be crushed to death
down the slope, and have created a
from contact with the stone pavement
hot springs, connected as they ar« I
resistless mass that has so fur swept
by about ninety 'miles of navigable I I PRIMING unti VI IM II
aside ull obstructions In Its path und
Th« dead are:
water, which to our mind Is equal *
set nt nouirht every i-tfort to prevent
ETHEL FINKELSTEIN, aged 16.
to tl.it amount of suburban railway
its further progi «ss Th« Govern-
Object to Gov--niiiM-ut Interference
you l.iive her.. resources unequalled
ment engineers, sid' d by soldiers und
With Their Hites Over
HANNAH BURDEN, floo.
nn; w here In the United Stales. Thi s,
such of the residents who have not
certainly will count In a big wnv In
become punie stricken ns to be help*
YUMA. Ari«., March 26- An up-
ROSE BRUCHE. aged 17. stenog
tho development of this city and
h-ss have been engaged in an attempt
rlslng of the Yuma Indians on the rapher.
county. We expect to remain ln-re
to divert the Iuvu by throwing up
GERTRUDE QUINN. 20, private
1 et mmiently, mid hope t* lie of som< Government reservation near here is
dams and ditches, but it ha« nil pro«’
threatened as a result of the deter secretary.
benefit to this community, as well as
mination of the authorities to put a
lending our aid In bringing about Its
Th« towns of Valagi-e,
stop to the death rite orgies which
development. It certainly looks good
passo, lam I .co. Rlnnzzl
follow the demise of each tribesman.
MINER BELL, advertising man
have been wholly or |
Thousands of dollars' worth of Gov ager.
ernment property Is destroyed annu
HERBERT McCHELL, brother-in-
rg|M-d destruction because they are
ally In these ceremonies, as every law of Simon Fish.
protected by the surrounding hills
thing belonging to the deceased Is
BERT SINCLAIR, clerk.
burned. Assistant United 8tates At
WILLIAM GREEN, porter.
torney Horton has been notified by
M< LKLLAN-MoltlllHHEt FIGHT
ETHEL ANDERSON, stenographer.
the chiefs that they will resist with
DE« I.ARED NO CONTEST
MARY WARGE. solicitor.
United Proas Service.
force any attempt that may be made
MADISON, WIs., March 25. Sena to put a stop to the practice, which
M< Is-ilan < taim<il He Usa Fouled l>,
tor l.aFollette thinks the Insurgent has been a custom among the tribe ROOSEVELT LUNCHES WITH
THE KHEDIVE OF EGYPT
victory Is a hollow one. Editorially from time immemorable.
There was a representative crowd ho declares that the ousting of the
First Tim«' This Honor Haw Ever Heeti NEW BOLIERS ORDERED
of aluiut 500 at the opera house speaker from the rules committee CONFERENCE OF Y. M. C. V
Given a Private Citizen
FOR DESTROY ER HOPKINS ♦
Thursday night to witness th« pugi "does not change the plan ot organ
HTI DENTH IN PROGRESS
listic bouts. Th« first go was between ization of the House at the beginning
CAIRO, Egypt, March 26.—After
MARE ISLAND. Cal., March 26.—
Smoky Branan, of Omaha, mid Kid of each session of Congress or de
SANTA CRUZ, Cal , March 2«.—
the reception that was tendered ex New boilers and engines have been
Curry, of Dorris. Ixiuls Gerlier was prive the power of the absolute power tine of the largest conferences of the
President Roosevelt today he visited ordered installed in the destroyer
master of ceremonies and timekeeper of appointing, and hence packing, nil students Y. M. C. A. In the history of
the Asbar University, attend«»«! onlv Hopkins, which broke down and was
The hoys put up a very good exhibi standing committees on legislation " the Pacific Coast starts here tonight,
by Mohammedans. Later he lunched rendered helpless while en route here
tion. ending In a decision of a draw He further declnres that Cannonlsm and will be attended by over four
with the Khedive at the Abdkfn Pal from San Diego. It was on this de
There la a wide diversity of opinion without Cannon Is just as hurtful as hundred delegates. Among the In-
ace, this being the first time that stroyer that the explosion occurred!
lu legal d to 11.« d> < Isloii leuuiied l>? Cannonlsui U with Caauou. Tim peo Htuttons represented are the Univer
dignitary ever lunched with a private on February 19. when two members
the referee In the main event of the ple must understand that the defini sity of California, Stanford, Pacific,
citizen. Ambassador Strauss was also of the crew were killed by beingj
evening, the McMillan constituent tion of Cannonlsm Is "government by Nevada. Nev.; Southern California,
present at the luncheon. Tonight scalded to death by live steam. This
claiming a foul and the MorrisseyItes the system." He declares that the Occidental College, Pomona College.
Mr. Roosevelt will be a guest at a explosion was the subject of a rigid
the contrary. The fight started off real battle will be fought in the pri I.os Angel, s «'Itv College. Whittier
dinner given in his honor by Consul investigation, the charge having been
at 10 o'clock, both contestants being maries and elections tietween now and College, Sherman Institute, Mills Col
made by the crew that no lives would
lege, Chico State Normal, San Jose
In good form and well matched. Mor November.
have been lost if the officer in charge
State Normal. Los Angeles State Nor
rissey followed his regular tactics of
MOUNT AETNA IS
had ordered the blowers started. The
mal nnd San Diego State Norm il.
pushing the flghPiind taking punish MORE INDICTMENTS AGAINST
STILL IN ERUPTION tubes that exploded at that time were ♦
PIÌTNBI KG GRAFTERS
ment In order to be able to land nt
repaired, but they blew out again yes ♦
the opportune time. McLellan Is an
Progress of Lava How Down Moun terday while the Hopkins was outside :
adept at boxing nnd protecting him
While engaged at work Thursday
tain Side Is Ch«‘cked
PITTSBURG. Pa, March 25.—
the Heads. The tugboat Umatilla,
self from blows, and Is a hard in- I
nfternoon on the big dredger that is
■ which was near at hand, came to the
being constructed by the Southern United Press Service.
| assistance of the crippled destroyer!
In the first round Morrissey starts ed by the grund jury today against Pacific Company, Will Duffy was
CATANIA, Sicily, March 26.—Al
members of former and present coun
In fighting low and landing several
struck by a parting cable and sus- though the lava coming from over a and towed her to her berth here. This
1 is the second refitting within two :
blows. There wn« no decided advnn
tained a fracture of th? right thigh dozen craters Increased in volume to
tnge In this round; If anything. It cilmen have been mentioned as being bone. “Dr. Merryman reduced the day its progress down the southern years.
was In favor of Morrissey. In the guilty of bribery, according to evi 'fracture and the Injured man was slope of the mountain was not so
second round Morrissey Is cautioned dence, but because they have con sent to San Francisco last Friday, rapid. The change Is due to the in
J. W. Bryant has retired to his
by the referee about hitting low; in fessed it Is stated that no indictments where he will enter the Southern l’;v creased amount, the main stream hav Altamont farm, where he is follow
will be returned agaliiKt twenty-five
the third round Mi-Lellcn forces Mor
citlc hospital in that city.
ing widened so that the edges have ing the good old-fashioned plow.
rlssey around ring, but seemed un
able to land a blow that did much
Morrissey In the fourth of 1102.000 by six Pittsburg banks
to bring about the passage of the or-
round continued to tight low, receiv
mnking them city deposito*
ing many blown and short-arm hooks
In the clinch, with no great damage
Both men received and gave ROOHEVKLT RIIHS Till-:
heavy blows In the fifth round.
The sixth round showed up some United Press Service.
hard fighting, In which McLellcn
CAIRO. Egypt. March 25. Roose
lands heavily on Morrissey's face with velt journeyed by camels and cars to
uppercuts. Morrissey received some Memphis, twelve miles southwest of
hard blows In tho seventh, falling Cairo, today to visit the tombs of
short In his swing at McLellan. In Sakharra and the Temple of Bulle.
the eight round McLellan had Mor Tho Colonel was much interested in
rissey at the ropes when the time the animal pictures carved on the
wnR called. Ninth round belonged sides of the tomb and temple. These
to McLellan. Both men showed signs’ wore made 5000 years before Christ.
of fatigue In tho tenth round, McLel The pictures of many of the animals
lan breathing hard. The eleventh 1 were tho same as those killed by the
round showed hard fighting and clos ex-President.
ed In favor of Morrissey. There was
strong hitting on both sides In the GOVERNMENT TROOPS AltE
ADVANCING ON' BLl'EFIELDS
twelfth round. Morrissey rushes the
fight In the thirteenth and fourteenth
rounds. The fight ended In the middle United Press Service.
BLUEFIELDS. Nicaragua. March
of the fifteenth round, Mci-ellan drop
ping to tho floor and claiming Mor 25.—Keen Interest and excitement
rissey had fouled him. Tho referee Is aroused over the npproach of Presi
claimed tho tight was no contest and dent Madriz' army, which Is now has
tening towards this city. Couriers
declared all bets off.
that the property of Americans ,
At tho close of tho contest Walter
Richards jumped Into tho ring nnd In the interior Is being destroyed and I
that the natives working on the plan- |
Issued n challenge to tho winner.
tat Ions arc greatly stirred up.
If he takes the Republican.
does not urge him to do it, so as to
lend a hand in the fight for his
A number of Indiana were In the
city Friday from Klamath Agency
In conference over tho provisions of
the bill recently Introduced by Con
greaaman Hawley providing for tho
opening of the Klamath Reservation.
Exception la taken to some of the
Cans Merrill returned Friday even
ing from Willows, Cal., where ho has
been for the purpose of soiling a con
signment of mules. He brought back :
with him a fine driving horse and I
also a pedigreed jack nnd jenny. Ho I
returned to his home in Morrill thh |
That Won’t Lie
Job’s patien«-«- could never
have have stood the test of an I •
When a |»‘rxon |Hills a wat h
out of his pocket there is all
kinds of satisfaction in know
ing that when be l<M>kH at it he
se**s an honest face that will
tell him the truth.
But the oilier sort of a watch
—well, there needn’t BE any
Y'ou or anyone else can un
load all your time troubles here.
Y'ou can get rid of them
quick, an«l at a cost not worth
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