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that be respect«*«! the rights of the
oppoaltion. but lots of men like to
see an endurance contest of skill and
strength. He declared that It was
not right to attack the game because
of one death. There has bis-n not li
Ing done tn the past under the sa me
WASHINGTON Mini R
IO USE SOUTHERN PACIFIC TRACKS DEATH OF PRIZE FIGHTER IS CAUSE
Is Again Coullrmed OPPOSITION TO PRIZE FIGHTS
SPREADS LIKE WILDFIRE
i lilllons against the Jeffries Johnson
l-rlle light, and will send copies of
them to Governor Gillett nnd District I
Will USE SOUTHERN PACIFIC TRACKS
Will Not t ome
W est Side
Special to the Htralii
Vigorous Cnm|Miigu Will Ila* Waged
Eight of the most prominent ranch
to Prevent Jelfrlos-Joliu-
I ers and business men of Fort Klam
nth met ut the hotel Tuesday even
Traille Arruiigcmi'iiis Wer»1 Eilvcu-d
ul Timi* the Itesi hules Canyon
Trouble Waa Settled
WASHINGTON. 1» C., Muy 2.
WASHINGTON. D. C. May a.
ina und organised a compnuy and
"How to make opium" might be the The Oregon Trunk has tiled with the United Press Service.
purchased of J. Crouch A Son, of
8|>«< lul to i lie Herald
popular title of a sumtoms dei-ision Secretary of the Interior additional
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. April .10 Sacramento, Cal . u line Imported Ilei
PORTLAND. Die . Aprll 38
just made public by the Treasury De survey maps for its Hue which is uow
Tommy McCarthy, the prlxe tlgliter.
uwurdlng yeateraday of i hi contrari
died at 3:33 this morning from a 3678. This Htulllon Is font years old
building into Klamath Fulls
for the construction of the Oregon
Not that the Government hus any
basal fracture of the skull, which h< and weighs 1800 pounds, color bay.
Fiscal Agent V. C. Hogue Issaes a
lower received In his light with Owen M<> und without a doubt the best draft Tiimk tu the northern boimdurv of
desire to spread knowledge of that
In-tti-r of Explanation As
sort regarding a drug which is under end of the Klamath Marsh. Dupli ran, of England, ut the Dreamland stallion that ever came to Klamath the Khiiiiiith Indian ItcHorvation set
He will make the season of Iles deflnltely tile q livid loll id wheth< I
the ban of practically every civllix>*d cate copies have been tiled with the rink last night. Moran, in the six Count)
nation. Hut in the course of finding superintendent of the Klamath Res- tei-nth round, struck McCarthy on the I » to at Euri Klumath. und also there I lull road Is going to Kluiuntli Full*
oi not, If there ever wiih any doubt
Ever since the publication of the ■ ' out how to make opium pay a proper ervation for his approval, and as soon jaw. lie fell to the floor as if shot, will lie n tine Imported French stall on tliut point
A h soon us th> hui
communications addressed to the
their work of local
Water Users' Association there has general appraisers deem it necessary appraised the necessary orders will force. Ik' never legiilnetl ronttcloiiH none too good, as prices of horses Illg file Hue through the i eservut iou.
been confusion among the owners of
unoiher contrail will lu let from th'-
struct the line.
He was rushed to 8t Mary 's Hou- \nione wishing to ralae flue horse«
land as to the date on which they duction and manufacture.
northern line of th« reseriatlon to
"When the poppy Is mature an in
pital, w here every effort was made to
would become delinquent. The fol
miltlii point nt the line of the South
lowing letter will furnish some light
> rn Puiitli building north from Klan
Nutnes of purchasers
he breuthvd his last shortly after 3
on that question
According to it, with a small knife, thus allowing the I
nth Fulls t<> Natron
There conn« ■> ■
PORTLAND. May 2
Additional < 'clock.
those who did not pay prior to May I
McCarthy's father, two brothers O. W Engle. W .1 Gorden, Charle*
are delinquent, not with the local of ooxe out.” says the board.
will 1» u« d
who tire followers of the lighting
fice. but with the land office. Ac is then collected, rolled together in
It Is |>OHHlll|e thiit thai
and the Southern Pacific. relative to game, mid his baby brother saw him organised us the Klitmtith Horae lllto tile e||y
cording to Mr. Hogue's suggestion,
the latter granting to the former the felled under the terrific punch admin Company
Anyone wishing to buy a portion of the line will lie (loubb
those who have not paid should do so bowls add allowed to dry. "This Is
use of its track from the nut hern istered by Moran
would du Well to write tracked
at once. He will then forward their
The anangemeiits foi Un u*» of
the two older brothers were art • -tied, J. Crouch A Son. 1309 J St Sacra
money to Lakeview, and if it is re ciently dried It is placed in a cast-
Falls, indications at this time are but later released to go to the bed mento. Cal . undiu the management tlie Southern Pacific track* we*<-
jected there the local office will take
■nude ut the time the Iteschutes t’au
a grill at the bottom. The box is that such an arrangement will extend side of the dying man, where they o»' J F Campbell
it up with Washington.
you troubles were settled
were joined by the mother ami baby
Following is the letter from Mr then til'ed with gum opium, the gum
The terminus of the Oregon Trunk
more than likely embrace much of j brother.
lie nt Kluuinlh Falls, nod th
thus forcing the opium through 'he
The dead prize flgnter was of ex
D. N. Nelson, of Pine Grove, WMM statement of President Stevens, that
openings of the grill in a sliced c n- confirmed reports are to th effect etnplary habits, ile was a consistent
DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR.
The sliced opium' is tlier that traffic agreements have been < n- member of the Catholic church, ut the Harks burn Wednesday for u the Oregon Trunk would not be built
Into < 'iillfoi nia will prove trtl<- Tin-
United States Reclamation Service. gathered on trays and placed tn ar. t> red into between the two companies among the members of which hi had load of seed wh<-ai
whereby very little mote construction n wide circle of friends
Two fielglit leuuis from Bonanza doea not mean, however, that Oregon
Klamath Falls. Oregon.
the moisture front the opium. This work will be done on the Deschutes baby brother went to notify
the were here after freight lust Monday Trunk trains will not continue Into
May 3. 1910.
The Portlnnd excursion passe I Sun Francisco They will, but und- i
process of heating is supervised moat railroad. Whether thie will apply to mother that her son had been ln-
Dear Sir—There seems to be much carefully, for were the opium ti. be the east and west line, or whether jured he put on Tommy's overcoat, through here about 7 o'clock In the shut conditions your cotle-ponded
confusion among the farmers as to overheated it would spoil and becomt- it embraces any other territory, will In the pocket of which was found n morning, but Midland didn't have has not been enlightened
There Is n groat scarcity of luboi
the state of the first installment of valueless
After it leaves th«» oven not be known for some time, future prayer book, Prior to entering the auythlng in the way of band music.
building charge on this project. The it is in a dried condition, and '.o re- developments bringing to the surfac' ring he was seen to pray very fer hut hud a mighty good row horn unit eis for rallrund work throughout tl*>
facts, as I understand them, are as i duce it to the various degrees >f fine- the real facts In the case. It is cer vently. Just before the fight hl* baby the people were Wide awake
Hottie Northwest, and the Indicai Ions are
we that It will be worse than It was t»<>
ness it is ground or crushed."
brother went to him in the corner of
The Secretary of the Interior
The board of appraisers held thet referred to have been made in so far the ring and encouraged him. telling must have an excursion from St years ugo, just prior to the pano
the public notice of the opening
According to contractors here the*
an article that had gone through as the north and south lines are con hint that he was sure to win
falling twhlnd with thwlr work
the first unit of the project, dated | such a process, with the use of ex cerned.
fighter stooped and kissed the ln>l
November 8, 1908. announced thrtj pensive and especially constructed
owning lots In this town, should build and offering as high as |3 per da*
just as the gong was rung
This report would Indicate that the I
the first installment would be due i machinery, aud requiring the service
As a result of the death of Mc u few cottages for rent, as someone without bringing out the necesMry
The Oregon Trunk
May 1. 1909. and would become de of skilled labor, should properly be . Oregon Trunk will not build down Carthy. opposition to the Jeffries- I* most every day looking for ii house cumber of men
the west side of the lake, as was at
men nnd with
linquent May 1. 1910. That notice considered a manufactured article.
Johnson fight is cryatallslng here to
first supposed would be dour.
Work OU th>
has never been recalled, hence I infer i
The collectors of customs at New
day. Every effort will be made by
that all pay ments due on that install | York and Philadelphia claimed that using the S. P. tracks and entering the Church Federation around the how they would like It before they Uew contract will n»x-<! lliri-<- or fuu
ment and unpaid were delinquent i it should be classed as "crude and the present station it will mean a Bay to prevent the big scrap
The invest. Every little shanty la occu times that number
; centralizati<m of the railroad business
May 1. 1910.
People Hunting to
ministerial bodies are drafting pro- pied Hl this time
unmanufactured" opium and made to
My instructions forbid me to re- ! 1 pay a duty at *1 per pound because I of the city within the present yards. testing resolutions bombarding Dis- start In business here would like to hue IlKHTIMIIH THE .Mll.k
IKK SE OF STRAW'S I*A1IO
eeive payments on delinquent install it was not in its final stage for use
trict Attorney Donahue of Oakland, have u house, and soim-one would do
ments, so a telegram was sent to ! either as a drug or for smoking pur- TEAt HERS' INSTITI TE
if few buildings at
under whose jurisdiction the big fight
I ax ai
HELD IN BONANZA
Washington asking that the time in p
will be held. Telegrams are being thia place.
importers, however, con-
which I might accept these install-1 ' tend
tpn(1 , that it should be entered as a
sent to Governor Gillett asking his
la Attended by latrgc Nutnlx-r of the
ments be extended.
i drug (gum) advanced in value by re-
Before noon Thursdai an ularto
Teacher* Ennn the County
In reply I received the following ¿n;;g';;”oth7r
Donohue fails to act.
of flr<- was sounded, summoning th-
telegram which seems to confirm the' to a duty of only one-quarter of a
The Church Federation appeals to
BONANZA. April 30.- A local
department to Straw's dally, which i-
oploion expressed above:
1 cent per pound and 10 per cent ad
teachers' institute consisting of two the better element of California to -
local«*«! near the Catholic Church Th>
United Press Service.
"C. C. Hogue. Special Fiscal Agent! valorem.
excellent programs, eame to a close at Join In driving the fighting game from
tire wum In the milk house and (•• foi
WHEELING. W Va . April
—As agent of (individual) water'
This contention was upheld by the noon Saturday
All the teachers of ' the State Telegrams asking ail min
the department arrived mad« sue
users you may accept charges delin decision of the board so the importers this section of the county were in at isterial bodies in nil California towns! After killing John Logan and Frank headway ■< to practically dratrov th«-
quent more than one year for trans were only required to pay from 60 to tendance. Rev. Vallandlgham, Supt. to use their moral nnd political pres Harris and wounding three «»th« r structure. The nearrat hydrant wa*
while fleeing from officers who were
mission their risk to the Receiver at. 80 cents per pound, instead of 11.
located ut Ninth nnd Washington
J. G. Swan and C. A. Howard, of sure on the officers to kill prise fight
trying to place him under arrest,
Land Office. Acceptance by you will
Klamath Falls, were also present.
streets, and It was from there tha'
John Morris, a miner, fell from the
not protect against cancelation or
the Are boys laid the hose
The program last evening was made : sent
ROOSEVELT LETTERS DENIED
freight which he was using as a medi
other adverse action by Land Office.
BY HIS (LOSE FRIENDS
um to aid him In his flight, and WBM
It is due to the publication of the
burning building. It being iiucetMiar i
schools, an excellent reading by ; is today confined in the city Jail. He
correspondence between the Weter They State That He Has Not Written
to lay It across the government canal
Marie Harpold. a number of mandolin stated that for sew.al rounds he
Users' Association and the Secretary I
That He Would Support Taft
Not withstanding the distance, a larg.
selections by J. B. Reed and short
of the Interior that many have con j
enough stream of water was •-< urt d
addresses by Mr. Vallandlgham. Mr. would not have had McCarthy's death
eluded that the time bad been extend- United Press Service.
to be effectually IIHetl In putting out
Howard, J. G. Wright and J. G. happen for all the money In the
ed. That correspondence, however, i
WASHINGTON. D. C.. May 3.— Swan
Prof. Fred Peterson, of Bo- world.
NEW ORLEANS, La . April 28.
related only to procedure in relation Friends of Colonel Roosevelt, in a nanza. preside,
The Church Federation sent ti tele* The freighter El Alba was disabled
It was fortunate that the wind wa
At the clone of the
to installments that would be one di- position to know, say that no cont-
Had It b»e-
program all the teachers, together gram to Governor Gillett today, urg- one day out from Galveaton April 25, blowing from the north
munications have been received from gith the Bonanza Imard of education, ing that immediate steps b<- taken to by an explosion which did great dam blowing from the opposite direct««'
him at the White House since he left. repaired to the new American Hotel, i prevent the pulling off of the Jeffries- age to the hold and killed five sali- the big barn would undoubtedly
C. C. iOGUE,
They believe that the story published where a delightful banquet had been 1 Johnson fight.
ora. The ship floundered about for been destroyed, greatly enduin'
Special Fi^ai Agon*.
The grand jury will immediately
in the Post, stating that he had writ ordered by the Bonanza teaching
five days, when It was picked up by If not destroying, the Mar« han I
take up the consideration of the kill the
ten that he would supjiort President force for the visiting pedagogues.
tug Underwriter nnd towed to dence and the Catholic Church.
JOHNSON ADIASES AGAINST
Taft and quit public life, are untrue.
The milk house and conte.it> w e* ■
This morning's session, presided ! ing of McCarthy, according to District this port.
n total loss. No Insurance
BETTING ON THE BIG FIGHT President Taft was seen at Cincinnati over by County Superintendent Swan, Attorney Flckert.
A seasonable Invention Is a nut ill'll by Mr. Straw The flierneu Hl
but he did not deny that he had «-onsisted of the following papers,
SACRAMENTO, April 30. Gov
He Is Afraid McCarthy's Ib-atli May i card indirectly from Mr. Roosevelt. each of which was discussed by vari
cracker In which th<> JnwH are sepa receiving well deserved <<>mm- nd>
Gillett today said that he de
Prevent Its Coming Off
He did deny that he had heard as in ous teachers:
rated by a'spring.
lion for the work they did to la>
plored prlxe fighting
dicated by the Post's story. Secreta
"A National School System" Mr.
the newspapiTH for printing the news i
United Press Service.
ries Knox and Root and Mr. Ixreb re Fitzgerald, of Olene
of the ring
He stated that he had ■
CHICAGO, III., May 3.—A friend used to talk.
What I Have Gained from Sum
of Tommy Me- |
received a telegram here today from
mer Schools" Miss Kuby Michaëls.
('artiiy's <l< alh and that no complaint*« I
Jack Johnson advising him not to bet TI RKISH REBEI» ENGAGER
“Teaching of Geography"— Mrs.
from the churches ba<l yet b»M !» re-
on the Jeffries-Johnson tight until
IN A DESPERATE BATTLE Lambert.
further advised. Johnson stated that
The session was < Josed by a »hort
he was afraid that the furore raised Hundred.* of Albanian* Have Bern address by Fred Peterson.
FRESNO. April 30.
on account of the death of Tommy
Killed and Battle Still Rage*
rial Association of tills city
... has ls-
McCarthy will have the effect of pre
BALLINGER SI SI’Ef TED THAT
sued a call to all of the pastors to [
United Press Service.
venting the big battle.
PIN« HOT WAS AFTER HIM attack the fighting game from their |
CONSTANTINOPLE, April 30. A
Also to enter u |
OAKLAND. Calif., May 3.—Dis desperate battle is being fought be Believed That the Forester Was Try- pulpits tomorrow
vigorous protest against the holding !
trict Attorney Donohue stated today
Ing to Ruin Hi* < luiracter
of the big fight between Jeffries anti -
that he is looking up the law gov way between Salonica and Uskub. The
erning prize fights in California. If Turks forced the fighting, and the ( nlted Press Service.
WASHINGTON, D C . April 30.—
he decides that the big fight is not a Albanians resisted vallentiy.
The Lesser Stock is composed of the finest '
SAN DIEGO. April 30.—-The Minis
sparring exhibition, as allowed by dreds of the rebels have been killed, Secretary of the Interior Ballinger to
terial Association here today resolved |
of Ladies’ Furnishings ever brought to this city. It
law, he will stop it. Mr. Donohue the loss being the heaviest since the day stated to the Investigating com
revolt started. The battle is still be mittee that he auspected when he against fighting th«- endeavor to pre-1
vent th«- eontvst b«>tw«>en Jeffries and |
was brought to this city by Mr. Lesser He could not
"If I come to the conclusion that ing waged fiercely, without any de was In Spokane In 1907 that Gifford
such a fight as is proposed is an il cided advantage on either side. The Plnchot was trying to damage him ‘
find a location in which to do business, there being no
legal contest it will never be he)J. result of this conflict wiil have a de- | and ruin his character. I’he com
OAKLAND, April 30. Charles G.
You can’t put that too strongly.
vacant storeroom, and was compelled to sacrifice the
White, attorney for the Church Fed
ney Braudels for the original draft of
There is a question regarding the law rebellion.
eration of this city, stated today that
the Wickersham summary findings in
governing prize fights. I have gone
stock. We purchased the complete line and have
the "Responsibility for the death of
1 e Glavis charges.
over the law. There is no question RUTH BRYAN-LEAVITT
placed it on sale. There still remains a portion of the
Attorney Vertrees, representing ,
but that it prohibits prize fighting,
.MARRIES LIEUTENANT OWEN
ders of District Attorney Flckert,
Mr. Ballinger, aci-used Secretary Gar-
but the question is bow prize fights
Sheriff Finn and al) executive officers
stock—every article of which is exclusive. The sale
are to be defined. Under the guise Ceremony 1* Perforili«-«! at the Hone- feld, Plnchot and others with being ; of the State for failing to enforce the
in a conspiracy to overthrow Taft
of sparring contests, such contests as
State law regarding prize fights."
will continue this week.
He said they represent a miserable !
proposed by Jeffries and Johnson,
spirit that will tear down and destroy !
have been held many times; but if
LOS ANGELES. April 30. Mayor
LINCOLN, Neb., May 3. Lieuteü any man's respectability.
the law prohibits them, then the
Alexander states that h<> Is willing to
Jeffries-Johnson fight will not take
do everything In his power, officially !
were quietly married at Fairview, the
Much of the Southern racific Rail-1 and privately, to prevent the holding
home of her parents, at 11 o’clock road in Mexico will he laid on dwarf
of the J<>ffries-Johnson fight in thlsj
SAN FRANCISCO, May 3.—Jack today. The arrangements for the cer oak ties frort Japan.
State, lie says that prize fighting is I
Gleason, the fight promoter, appealed emony were secret. They start this
not sport and that he is opposed to It
to the public today through the afternoon on their honeymoon, pre
The firBt census of the city of
United Press for fair play in the at sumably to Kingston, Jamaica, where Bangkok, recently taken, showed a
PASADENA. April 30.—The Pasa-.
population of 328,675.
tempt to stop the big fight
He said Mr. Owen is stationed.
<'• na Church Federation will pass res-
TINE WHEN THEY ARE OE11N0URNT
SUCCESSOR TO THE BOSTON STORE