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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, MAY 12, 1910
KM EX I IHiS ATHENS l<> THE < HRONK
HILL WILL BE
1’I.ANH I MU I. U U
I MX him ixii
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va iti. u tii-vat Meni
LIBERALS XXI» CONSERVATIVES .UTKINS OF PHYSICIANS I.EAI1 FIGHT OX RAILROAD BILL BE-
To IIEIJEF SHE IS 11.1.
t.ixs ix HorsE roiiAX
WIE BEGINNING T<> DISTRIKT
! REPRESENT 0. S.
I» I i.llM fai» Allusi- like < ouaervativiw ol Since Edward'» Ih-mli He Ha- Had Hi> ng!i M:.uj- of His Id«««« Have
B« i-n Eliminateti, He Thinks It
'Inking Ailvililitgi of ite-
PRENIltE.XT TAFT APPOENTM HIM
I* Better Than None
A» 1» often tlie case, the Voters are I
LONDON, May II
MINIKIN, May 10
1 beginning to lock the doot after the is beginning to realize alread that « ugern»-«» of the physicians in deny
hor»e Is gone. They ate now <om- I the head that w,-arw a crown need ing that Qu*-, n Alexandra’s health is
Impaired has led to the belief that
' plaining about the purchase of the not expect to lest on a lied of roues
Hr Kill IU Mud. t„ IL- m II m - Thai : garbage »lies, condemning It must I uuleaa It be disturbed by a thorn or she Is really III. It is known that
1 vcb,-m, nily.
Yet w heu they hud u two.
Already bls troubles are be »h< bio Is-en under a heavy stiuin
klninntli Full- 1« lull of the
chance to vote down their purchase ginning to bairn up. and all because both before mid sine«* the king's
the) stayed at home.
Now them- 1 of the predicted breach in the truce death, and it is thought that her
i people are pioti'siing against the vot- | that was patched up between the trail constitution lias not been suffi
I .oil I* V
Hill, pn-nKli'iit u( th«* | Ing of bonds for their purchase, as ! liberal» and eonservatlv-s follow ing cient to withstand it.
i.i<a< Xmi(.•■in, gxd purl' who nr, 1 well a« thus. foi the i red ion of a ' King Edward's death. The liberals
Grave feats are also entertained
now making ■ lour of Central Ore Icltv hail The election that la to tie I are accusing the Conservative« of that King George will overtax bis
gon. »if «•xpeetwd I i r<- Siilindai The held <>u the ? I st fol the voting of taking advantage of the situation strength. He ha« averag*«l only four
dntr bn» not been definitely d«*clded I20.V0U worth of bonds, most of and
endeavor to hours’ sleep since the death of the
on yet. owing to ili<' uncertainty of which are to be used for the erec strengthen their forces. They are. king, sfiending ev« ry moment of his
travel In auto» m > far away from a tion of a city hall, are apt to have n therefore, preparing to start hostil time attempting to unravel the tin«
until Ilf supply. bul if UO Ullldi'Ui . «toliuy passage, fol If they carry it ities once more, and It is feared that completed business his father left, as
feapiH ii» to ■ hatige thi im hedule Sat - means more than appears on the sur a cricis will soon occur, for the lib well as personally arranging most of
urday will tr th* day on which they face.
erals are afraid that further delay the details of the fuueral.
«III reach Klamath Falla.
Residents in a large ¡tortiun of will weaken their chances to destroy
At a uniting of the tumid of ill- tlie city are asking why this money 1 the veto jMiwers of the house of lords. <JI EER SYMBOf.OX WOMAN S
FOREHEAIi PI ZZI.ES £l>l.lt'E
let torn of the ChamlHT of Continerc, la not used for the extension of the
It Is quite probable that before
Tueaday night It was decided to fol sewer ayateni.
That, they feel, la I the end of the summer another at-
low the pi oat am that »»» adopted more important than u city hall. j tempt will be made to force the is Thouglit She Was Xluish-rcd by .lu|s
line*«*. Whom Officers S««-k
tor the ciitertaliitm ut of the Portland They do not objis-t to the purchase of sue to a conclusion, and If this pro-
delcaat Ion. one ,d the feuturea being a alte for a city hall, hut they do to . gram Is followed it means that the
l>EN VER. Colo..
a public banquet to lie Klien III the ’ the erection of one this y ear.
If country will once more be thrown
trange symbol curved on ih«* fori>-
It la proposed I the I2A.OOO are voted. It will tax the Into the throes of unother election.
that till» <lty »hull put on It- best bib limit of Indebtedness, and means u
Premier Asquith, leader of the l cud of Mrs. Katherine Wilson,
and tucker, ao as to make a» favor cessation of other necessary civic Im Iberals. conferred with the king to found dead in a packing box in her
able mi Impresalon an possible on Mr. provements.
la y for the first tintt .
What the fashionabk horn*' here yesterday,
lie la coming here for the pur-
In this, however, there Is consid ■iii'iMirt of their conversation was has mystified the police, and they are
lame of looking over the town with a erable of a mistake
When the Her <vas not given out. but It is assumed unable to give any plausible expla
view to the extension of the Oregon ald stated that Sanderson's election .hat It had to do with the agreement nation of the sign.. The symbol is
Trunk here, na well », < anting an eye meant tlie starting of an era of ex between the two contending |»olltivnl a triangle, with two lines running
from the lower corners to th«* tem
around for the selection of terminal tra vii gum ,■ that would plunge the forces
It is thought that assault was
dty Into debt that ft would take years
uut th«« nictiv«* of the murderers, ns
It In rumored Hint there In a move to llquidat. it meant just what It Illi.I. FOR Ilil.X AVORLD’S
the woman’s clothing has been exam
ment on find on the part of certain »aid
Now the |teople are beginning
FAIR IH INTRODI < I
ined by the officers. A Japanese who
property owtiers to make a tender of to si'i the llglil
The plan he and
free grounds oil the went aide of the hl« followers lutvc on foot now Is to San I'luiiii-.,. 1« Fir-t in the Ft-., w as seen to «iter the house on Sat
urday is suspected, mid he is being
river, provid'd It In possible to Induce vote the bond» asked lor, and thus
for Guv.-rnment Mil
searched for by the entire pollc«*
the company to construct the line natch the limit. Then they play their
The husband nrrlve«! horn«*
down that aide of the lake. It wan next card
Tin y propose to go to
WASHINGTON. D. C.. May 10
from Hut Springs, Arkansas, and
Impossible to confirm thia rumor, aa that part of the city where sewers San Francisco is first in the field f
found the house locked. On gaining
those interviewed about It niM'tned to are badly needed and tell the people the securing of the aid of the gover
prefer to keep their own counsel.
there that the only thing left to do nivnt in holding the world's fair iu mi entrance h«* made :• .«-arch fur
The Hill party will be taken out is to adopt a new charter, and thus that city, exposition bills havir.. his wife and found th«* b«>dy in the
Into the Hiirroundliig country, where permit of the Issuance of new bonds. been introduced in the house b. basement.
they will be shown the i«gt icultui'ul
They then trot out the charter for Congressman Kahn mid in the Sen
NOTICE TO EI’ISCOI’AI.IAXS
poasIbllltleiT back of It. They will a special election. With that passed,
ute by Senator Perkins. Tomorrow
alao he taken to the lipper Lake, then the lust harrier Is removed for the Hay City boosters who are hen !
All persons who have been con
where the many »dvantages of that the wild lace It Is proposed to muke will dine with President Taft. whet,
firmed or baptised in th«* Episcopal
section will be pointed out. and Mr In the s|H'ndlng of the funds of the it Is hoped they will induce him ti i
church will «'onfer a favor to th**
Hill will lie Impressed with the fact city. Inane after Issue will he made, lend his infill« nee tn getting the bills
bishop of this diuces«* if they will
that all of thin la at bin command, and when Sanderson finishes his through ««»tigress.
send their names, with dates, to Mr.«
I rovlded he brings bin railroad to present term the city will have <i
R D. Wagner, vice-president Wo
debt that will be it burden for the KAN FRAN« I SCO PARTIES TO
man's Guild, this city.
It han been auKKeatiMl that the taxpayers to carry.
ERECT APARTMENT HOI KE
it is im|H>rtant that this should lie
1’iialneHH houses decorate and that
This fact la beginning to dawn on
done immediately for the bishop'»
some effort be made to vlalbly show certain citizens, and they have begun
.1 G. Pierce haH sold to John II. '
use at the convocation to b«* held
the gentleman that Ilia people are a'quiet campaign with the hope of Enright mid Samuel Spiro of Sun
next week nt Th«> Dalles. Ore.
welcome to the city. The Idea has defeating the bond issue. They de Francisco, lot I, block 49. corner'
been gaining some headway that mand that the city first have a com Klamath avenue and Eleventh street,
M. M. ROl Nil WILL BITI.D
them la a spirit of nntagonlam to plete sewer system. Then It will lie on which thes«> gentlemen propose
railroad corporations, and
other time to put up a city hall. The site the erection of a modern apartment |
Contracts were signed this morn
moneyed Intereats in thia city. Al may be purchased now. but tie erec house.
Mr. Enright came here a ing for a six-room cottag«, that Is to
though there In no foundation to auch tion of u new building should not be few days ago. and seeing the great | be er«K*te«i on High street, between
sforlea, aonte effectual evidences of undertaken until the city Is sewered demand there Is for apartments, de-1 Ninth and Tenth streets for M. M.
that fact nhould be shown Mr. Hill
mid other urgent municipal Improve elded to put up a building that would : Roush, who. with his family, came
ment* made. Tho residents outside answer the requirements of some of , her«* recently from Parsons, Kans.
Ned Hooker and Charles Thomas of the first unit of the sewer system the new arrivals In th«> city. Work The building will cost 12.300, the
have just purchased a new outfit wag wIII ask when It I h too late why San- will begin on the structure within a contract for it having been awarded
on, team and harness to take to ib rson did not do as he promised. very short time. Mr. Enright having to E. T. Inch. The Hydraulic Stone
(’re cent City with them, as they ex I will be their fault, for they should returned to Sun Francisco to have and Brick company has th«* contract
pect to locate there In the nenr fu ’ nve compelled Mm to perform hla plans prepared. These gentlemen for the concrete foundation. Work
are big contractors In the Hay City.
will begin at once.
BANQUET WILL BE GIVEN RAILROAOER
LEADING PAPER OF
HOI IHERN OREGON.
TRIAl.s <>E A ( E.XS18 TAKER
Hill CODIO Will » WHITE TRUCE MY 8EJR0KEH ANY.DAY GRAVE FEARS ENTERTAINED FOR KING TtfT IS SATISFIED WITH MEASURE
< <1XMUEI<WILE I m H 111 is BEING
EXPRESSED ABOI T IT
AS SPECIAE AMIUSSAIMtR
WASHINGTON. D. C., May 10.—
The fight on the railroad bill began
again t<xlay, when it was rejiort mi
from the committee of the whole for
t. final vote. It is only a battere«a TI»«- Ex-President H*» Wired His Ac
•■« < k of what was presented to the
ceptance, and U ill B«* Present
house some weeks ago. and even its
at the <'en*ni«>ni«~*
author would have difficulty in recog
nizing it. Emasculated as it is. how-
WAgHlNGTPNiwi». C„ Ma.. 11
• v>-r, it is acceptable to the presl-
c.i-nt. because he feels that it is ta t i President Taft has appointed ex-Pres-
ter tiiaa no bill at all. While he ident Th«*»dore Roosevelt as special
nalizes that many of th«* features 1 Anibus«ad »r to represent the Unlt'Ml
that he desired in«*orporated have States at the funeral of King Ed-
l«*eu eliminated, they hav«* not been . ward. He has wired his acceptance,
inch as would impair its effective and will be present at the ceremo-
ness. and are neither substantial nor I nies, which will take place at Wind
sor Castle on May 20.
The appointment of Colonel Roo»* -
One of the features of the bill as
it conies from the committee that is velt is an unusual mark of respe«t
objected to by the administration is both to the ex-pr«-sident and to Great
the long and short haul clause that Britain, and will no doubt meet with
l as been inserted. But these objec general satisfaction in both nation».
tions fall on deaf ears, so far as the Between th«* dead monarch and the
insurgents are concerned, for the' i ex-president there always existed a
i tv determined that it shall remain. ! close bond of friendship, and both
After its passage through
the ! had looked forward to the time when
house the measure must stand the 1 they should meet personally.
gauntlet of the conference comtuit- death was the source of the d«?epes.
tw*. and it is here that it will meet regret to Mr. Roosevelt, and his ap-
with its roughest usage. There is a l*ointment to the high office of repre
radical difference betw«u-u th«* bill iu senting his nation at the obsequies
the hotis«* and that in the senate, ami will undoubtedly be much appreciat-
enemies of th«’ legislation ar«* hope : ed by him.
ful that they cannot b«> brought close
trough to meet the wishes of the
SAN FRAXt 1st <) JOBBERS
nienitiers of either body. it would
IVIN SWITCHING FIGHT
thus go down in defeat. It is thought
I owever. that sufficient pressure can
be brought to b<*ar <o pilot it through
llitle That S2..1O Is T im * Mmli
the winding ways of the conferenc,*
WASHINGTON. D. C., May 10.—
The interstate commerce commission
WASHINGTON. i>. C„ .day 10.
has decided that the San Francisco
4 p. m.—The house tills afternoon switching charge of $2.50 per car is
pu»«vd ’bi mib'oad l»‘i' as rwp<»-tej illegal, when a car is r«>ceived over
from the eommitttN* of the whole, the the line doing the switching. Th,
•ote thereon being 100 to 12S.
jobbers have waged this fight for a
As sc»on as the bill came up Con long time, and will consequently b*
gressman Mann offered an amend- jubilant over their victory.
meat, practically re-«mtablishing the
certain conditions. This was de FOREST FIRES SI RROl ND
TOWN IN MICHIGAN
feated by a vote of 169 to 160. The
niotkui of Congri-ssman Adamson to
HOl’GHTON, Mich . May 10.—Th.
recommit th«* bill, with Instructions
to eliminate the clause creating the village of Allston. located thirty mil, .
commerce court was defeat«*! by .» from here, is surrounded by forest
fires that are raging on the west end
vote of 174 to 1 30.
of th«> Michigan peninsula. Two
homes have already been destroyed
FEAR IS MANIFESTED FOR
and the residents are fighting hero
HEALTH OF BOTH yt EENS
ically to save the town. There has
been no rain for w«»eks. and the fire-
Physicians Erg«- a Inmg Vacation
are burning with unusual vigor. If
After King’s Funeral.
the town of Allston should be de
stroyed the loss would be very grea
LONDON. May 10.- Dr. Sir Fran
cis l-aking examined Queen Alex
andra and Queen Mary today, and
SAt RED CONCERT
pronounced the health of both to be
Fears, however, are ex At Houston’s opera house, Thursday
pressed that they may collaps«* when evening, May 19th, for the benefit of
the strain is reached. This is espe the organ fund of the Presbyterian
cially true of Qu«*en Alexandra, and church. General admission, 50 cent-
the doctors are urging a long vaca Seats can be secured at Ankeny's be
tion after the funeral of the king.
ginning Tut^day morning
EX-PRESIDENT TO ATTEND F