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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JUNE 23, 1910
UMHIN« PAPER OF
enter one of the medical colleges for
est interest to every gathering tn
a two years court« it Is not th« In
which he mingled.
tention of the doctor to take merely a '
Four other ex-president» of the
post-graduate course, but lie will start !
United State» mad«* trips abroad
et th«* beginning like any student ill»,
Van Buren. Fillmore, Grant and Ben
purpo»«* Is to cover thoroughly every
jamin Harrison—and while their j
| branch of the profession, mo a» lo be ¡
journeys, particularly that of General
i come familiar with the latest and best |
Grant, were memorable in many
that there Is In the practice of med
ways, they were hardly to be com
ATTORNEY O'NEILL EIGHTH FOR Icine. lie will then »|H*nd anothei 1 »■-YEAR-OLD NON OF MERRILL'S
pared with that of Roosevelt, lack I’KOMISEN TO HE FILLED WITH
PLANS ARE COMPLETED FOR A ing, a» they did. its many »iiectacu-
year specialising, after which he will'
EVENTS OF INTEREST
MAYOR FALLN FROM BOAT
MAO MFR ENT AV EIX < >M E
return to th«* ('oast and once mor*',
enter the practice along some special I
When it is retnembered that the
line. Dr. Parker Is on«* of the ablest I
nearly an entire year,
DOINGS OF THE GRAND JURY physicians that ever came to till» clt) : WAS PLAYING WITH COMPANIONS
from April 21, ’.909, when he landed 1 PROHINEHT SPEAKERS ON THE LISI
BESOME Oí HIS TRIP ABROAD at Momba»a, to March 14, 191®,
i Ills record here baa beau one con- ,
tlnual line of triumphs, and ho has a
when he arrived at Khartoum, In |
TI»« ti > 1« llut Litll«* Inter«*»« Taken i host of friend« and patients who sin Isrnl lit» Balan«-«* mid Fell From
SuiKlay Aft«-rn«MHi. Jun«- 26th, to Be
the interior of Africa, when practi
tn the Doing» of tin- Court
the Opening Day for the
cerely regret to see him leave. With
cally the only new» of him was fur
him, however, be take» their b«*st
AA’ill lie Such as to Make Him
nished by the United Press corre
wishes for his continued health and
spondent, who followed him through j
Swell With Urlile
prosperity, and he may know that
Africa as the only accrislfted news
Very little* intere»t 1» being taken whenever he decides to r«*turn her«*
The following program for the
Merrill, June 22.—Alex, the 8-
paperman in the party, bis quicken
In the proonxllngs of th«* circuit court. h«* will be sur«< of a cordial welcome yenr-old son of Mr. «ind Mrs. Ten- United Pre»« Service.
ing of the world's pulse in his kalei
Th« ilflrat time that the court room
brimk of thia city, was drowned In DkGi'ice» Traveled by RooM'Velt.
the dates given, with the exception
wan niltMl won Tu«*»day night, and' TIME IN GETTING SHORT
lx»«t river y«*»t«*rday afternoon. He New York to .Morbasa
9,300 miles achievement.
of a few of the subjects of addreaae--
FOR WORK ON LATERA IX wa playing on one of the boats an- While on hunt (eatlm.) 6,000 miles
than atandlng room wax at a pre ml- j
/Although Roosevelt went abroad and musical numbers which are to
um Th«« rcaaon tor the large attend- ;
«bored In the stream. With him Down the Nile.............. 4.000 miles primarily to hunt big game, as a be announced later, has been iasued
Till» Work Hliouhl 11« IN>n<- .it t|i<- v«ie two younger boys, aged about /Alexandria to Naples
1,020 miles "faunal naturalist," he put it, and by the committee in charge of the
nnee waa the announcement that At- 1
Earliest Posallde Dat«*
miles spent by far the greater part of his encampment.
torney O'Neill waa to argue tho
2,800 miles time in this pursuit. It was his trip
balance and fell overboard. He w*u Southampton to N. Y
Sunday afternoon, June 26th, at.
Price hatx-aa corpu» proceeding».
Th«* property owners along Main i
3 o'clock, there will be a special
partially paralyzed on one side, an I
Tho»«« who gathered were disap street tire being urged to hasten work
28,433 miles that furnished the real news features meeting in tbe big tent, at which
thiz rendered him Incapable of ren
point <*d. (or the court could not on th«* laying of laterals for connec
dering himself very much assistance
of his journey. As a hunter he Edward Adams C&ntrall will deliver
■ each tho case, and had to adjourn tion with the main sewer. But a
»The other children were too young
proved a big success, winning at the an address. The pastors of Klamath
the proce«*dlnga over until neat morn short time now remains before the
to realize the tragedy that was being
tbe title of Bwana Tumbo, or Falls have been invited to attend.
ing. Every aeat waa occupied when date for th«* commencement of paving
enacted In th« water and did not By rail
"Portly Master," from his admirers The Rev. Mr. Bledsoe, pastor of the
Mr O'Neill arose to addrraa the court o|M*ratlons on Main street. It Is go
give any alarm.
the African natives, but as a Baptist church, has signified his wil
in behalf of hie client It wbwm soon ing to require a great deal of work
The boy was one of the most popu On foot
1,375 miles lecturer and extempore »peaker, a» lingness to co-operate.
«'Vident that he had gone Into the to lay th«*»«* laterals, and unless the
lar in the town. He had a host of On camel
25 miles a preacher on his well-known themes
Sunday evening, June 26th, at 8
matter very carefully and exhaust work Is undertaken st an early date
friend» among young and old, his
special opening of the en
ively. When th«* hour of 11 o'clock It Is certain to b«> In such shape by ■
sunny disposition making him a
(11 Selection, orches
duty face to face, he created far campment.
Features of Ro«Mw-ve|t*» Trip
zrrlved tho court anmiunoxl that he the time the paving contractors start
prime favorite with everyone. Tbe
of welcome, D. E
Degrees conferred upon him by
would adjourn further hearing on ns to seriously Interfere with their
bereaved parents have the sincere
talk on the en
(be argument until 7 o'clock In the operation». Th«-»«* laterals should be
sympathy of the community.
Leipsic. Sorbonne, University of Ber
■ venlng. when he would remain on completed and the ground have some
Funeral services over the remains
lin, University of Christiana, Cam
the bench until It was tin I »hod. even lime to settle before th«* pavement I h
of the dead boy will be held Thurs
cibly urged upon the students obed the evening, "The Next Step In Dem
bridge* and Oxford.
If it r«*qulred all night to reach the laid
day morning at 10 o'clock in the
Received in audience by the kings ience to and co-operation in Eng ocracy.” Edward Adams Cantrail.
<-nd. Thia waa dune to permit the
Mayor Manderson has b«*eu urging
Presbyterian church. Rev. Anderson
of Uganda. Italy, Belgium, Norway land's rule, and culminating with his Questions invited.
taking up of th«* regular court th«* contractor and the property own-
officiating. The interment will be
Monday morning, June 27, 10
and England, and emperors of Aus memorable address in Guild hall.
era to rush this work, but so fsr noth
In the local cemetery«
formal organization of tbe
tria and Germany, Queen Wilhemina,
The that caa«* to be taken up waa ing of consequence has b«-<*n done In
The father of the drowned boy Is
President Fallieres of France and ing the rare honor of the city's free encampment at conference of So
that of J. T. Maguire va. Chari«*» this direction. The Introduction at
mayor of Merrill..
the Crown Princes of Denmark and dom, he boldly arraigned England’s cialist party members in the big tent,
I tonart and J. V. Ball, Involving a the miM-tlng of the council last even
administration of affairs in Egypt all holders of membership card»
breach of contract on a lease held ing of an ordinance providing for the
bluntly told his bearers that showing good standing in any local
by the defendant» on property owned compulsory laying of these laterals is HIE NT ATI’S OF
Represented the United States as
should meet her responsi- in Oregon or California being en
by Mr Maguire. Itonart and Ball a step In th«* right direction. It will
sllity there or get out, almost his titled to seats in the conference. All
are rt>pr«*»ent«Ml by John Irwwln and open a way for th«* doing of this work
by non-resident property owners as Bird Island IxH-ation» Will Hold I Canceled engagement to pay his every public utterance contained ethers are welcome as visitors.
Mr. Maguire by C. ,M. O'Neill.
Monday afternoon. June 27, 3
Good. Irrvapet-tiv« of Opposition
respect» to the Pope owing to restric some suggestion or thrust that
The work of the grand Jury 1» at well as placing a club In the hands of
tions that were sought to be imposed startled his audiences and set tbe o'clock, address by 1*om I-ewis, So
tracting «*ven less ntt«*«Ulcn than ‘M the city to compel resident property
press of th» wdH-1 to talking.
There has been a groat deal of upon him.
th«* circuit court. When it wa» owners to make arrangements for and
It Is safe to say that in the last
Made startling speeches in Khar
Monday evening. June 27. 8
drawn and a foreman appoint«*«*, have th«* work completed Immediate discussion pro and con since local
parties located the Bird Island guano toum, Cairo and London that called three months Roosevelt has made o'clock, (II March of the Encamp
there waa a »light »paatu of Interest ly*
manlf«*»t«*d. but this as quickly sub
Th«' adverlls«*m<'ut for the Improve claims, the contention having been forth the wrath of the Egyptian na more "news" thau any private indi ment band from Fourth and Main
sided But then* la a vague rumor ment of th«* street has been published advanced that they <*ould not hold tionalists and a large part of the vidual ever before did In like time. streets to the grounds; (2) Marseil
Probably the most startling feat laise, orchestra and audience; (3>
going around the streets that there and within a few days th«* bearing of them on account of the fact that it English public.
of Roosevelt's entire trip was Vaudeville sketch. Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Honored by special reviews of the
la going to b«* something doing be protest» will be in order. Then will
fore they get through. On«* of th«* come th«* advertising for blds and th«* birds. The facts are that the flower of the French and German I what is now referred to as the Miller, comedy artists; (4) Selection,
matter» to I m * looked Into ar<> the again th«* publishing of the notice to claims will be worked at a season armies, being the first civilian ever I "Vatican incident." On last April 3 orchestra; (5) Address of the even
, the world was astonished by the news ing. "Sovereign Peons," Dorothy-
boxing content» held here during the the pro|x*rty owners that work Is to when Much operations will not inter given this distinction.
Made a new record in the amount that the colonel had canceled his en Johns; (6) Selection, orchestra; (7)
paat winter. This Instruction came be dom* and the amount per yard to fere with the birds or anything else.
turn, Williams and
ns a great surprise to the »ports of be charged. This is the Anal step. The deposit» are profitable and are and variety of gam«* killed In Africa, gagement to pay his respects to the Vaudeville
pope by reason of what he consid- Wright, comedy specialists.
th«* city, and had the effect of kill It will all require In the neighborhood going to be one of the big revenue securing several new specimens.
Had two narrow escapes from i ered the undue restrictions that Mgr. speaker of the evening will answer
ing off the proposed prls<*tight on th« of about thirty days. Then the con producers of the county. They were
tractors can begin the work of paving located under n law that la of greater death from wild animals in the Kennedy, acting as the pope’s repre- questions.
■ sentative, sought to place upon his
Another log to the rumor h thnt th«* str«*et. The time will pasa by force thau a departmental order, African jungle.
Tuesday. June 28—Morning, 10
' movements while in Rome. Mgr.
Retraveled with Mrs. Roosevelt the
there will lx* something doing In the quickly, hence the urgent need that
o'clock. Address, Makers of the New-
Kennedy cautioned the colonel
President Roosevelt. The country route of their honeymoon.
violation of the local option law work on the lateral» start at once.
World,” Edward Adams. Contrell.
making himself persona non
Is fortunate iu the fact that it has
Thor«! Is no dispute over th * fact
The home-coming of Colonel Roose [ grata by addressing or in other ways
'hat anyone who so desires can load V F..4LTHY CALIFORNIANS T.4K- at the head of the Interior Depart
3 o'ci«x*k, Address.
ment a man who follows the law , velt tomorrow will complete what 1» 1 openly encouraging the work of the "Dreaming." Cloudesley Johns.
op with a good-slsed "jar." any
IN« LONG H T'i TRIP
and not the whims of departmental generally considered the most re
time he so desire». The member'« of
Evening. 8 o'clock, (1), Marseil
I precaution was taken as a result of
'be grand Jurv no doubt are familiar Are Traveling From Ise« Angel«*« to ruling», and thin man ha» stated that markable trip, other than exploration
orchestra and audience; (2),
th«* locations arc legal. This opin ventures, ever made by an individual, the unpleasantness growing out of Vaudeville. Williams and Wright;
with that fact, and they may !>•• n ad<*
ion was received from Secretary Bal whether in public or private capa
mor« mi . The advocates of local op
President Fairbank's engagement to (31. Selection, orchestra; (4), Ad
Mr. and Mr». W. A. Moorehouse linger before the locations were city.
tion realise that they hav<> lost
the Vatican because of his ad dress. "The Tragedy of the Ages."
Sailing from New York on the
i -round from th«* fact that they nave mid «in and Mr». W. A. Fox and made, and the parties taking up th«*
to the Methodists. When Mgr. J Stitt Wilson. Questions invited:
not continual their fight for a closed chauffeur, (I. Pierson, arrived In th«* «lainis knew they were acting within steamer Hamburg on March 23, 1909,
submitted his "terms" (5), Vaudeville. Mr. and Mrs. Bob
town, and they art* getting ready tn city Monday on their way to Alaska. their right befor«* anything was don«* iimid scenes of unprecedented enthus
immediately telegraphed Miller.
iasm, the colonel returns just 4 52
battle for their lost prestige. If The parly left Los Angeles, the home
Wednesday. June 29—Morning 10
days later, after a journey of nearly his declination and cancelled the en
they are In earnest, then they can of th«* tourists, on May 6th and have POSTAL SAVINGS BANK BILL
o'clock. Address. "International So
IS PANNED BY THE SENATE 30.000 miles, laden with honors and gagement.
get results. They got them once be- been journeying at a leisurely pace
There was a tremendous hubbub cialism." J. Stitt Wilson, and discus
almost universal acclaim, to And the
for<* rind they can get them every »Inc«* that time. Soveral days were
valient effort was made by third sion.
time they go nfter them Their con spent at th«» *n*a»li<>re. San Francisco
Afternoon. 3 o'clock. Address, Tom
to patch up the breach, but
ing those that marked the send-off
dition of Inocuous desauetude, how- and other point» on tho route From
Roosevelt stood firm. By a striking Lewis. Questions invited.
given upon his departure.
ever, will never bring about th«* ends here they will go to (’rater Lake,
Evening. 8 o'clock, (1), Marnel-
A world-figure before he left, he show of diplomacy, however, he
«ought, and It Is n realisation of this thenco to Medford, Portland, Seattle, United Press Service.
orchestra and audience: (2>,
WASHINGTON, D. C„ June 28.
r< turns probably the most talk«*d-off
one fad that has caused them to Vancouver, B. C., and Alaska. They
with enconlums from Catholics and Song. Encampment Quartet; (3),
buckle on their armor and get busy. have no definlto schedule, being gov The senate today passed the hous»* man of the present day. due to the
Protestants alike. Throughout it all Vaudeville. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller;
How busy they have been will de erned entirely by their pleasure and postal savings bank bill, thereby fact that he has traversed two conti
(4), Selection, orchestra; (5), Ad
nents. nearly all the capitals of which Roosevelt made it plain that he
pend upon the udlon taken by the enjoyment.
"The Historical Argument for
grand Jury, which it Is admitted Is
They are traveling in two Locom«»- go to a conference committee. As a and millions of the people of which
J. Stitt Wilson. Ques
one of th«* fillrest thnt hns ever b«*en blloe. They are carrying one of tho result of the passage of this bill an have come into close touch with hint
(6), Vaudeville, Wil
drawn In th«» county.
most complete camping outfit» ever early adjournment of congress may and learned what manner of man he
Th«* Indication» are that Judge No prepared for automobile travel. Ev be looked for.
of State Cardinal Merry del Vai and
Tho Insurgents and democrats in
land will adjourn the court for a erything Is compressed Into th«* smnll-
That this journey through a part
f :\ inisition city ’ will be
short time and go to l.nkevlew next est possible »pact* and every conven tlu* senate were opposed to the bill, of Africa and through Italy, Francs*. it was rumored that he would lose
SELECTED NEXT SESSION
w«*«'k, »A as to tnk«> up the trial »of ience that will add to the comfort of but were won over by President Taft, Austria. Belgium. Holland. Germany,
Ik«* Harrold for th«* murder «if the th«* travelers ha» been provided. They who feared that If the bill went to Denmark. Norway, Sweden and Eng
Of the hunt in Africa. Roosevelt's United Press Service.
Newell boys. Th«* people of Lake stopped in th«* city long enough tn re a conference committee It would land was nothing short of a trium
WASHINGTON. D. C.. Jun«* 16.—
county are clamoring for an Imme plenish their supply of food and then write in tho provision advocated by phal march, is plainly attested by a own report to the Smithsonian In
diate trial of the man and the Judge proc«a*ded to Fort Klamath anti tho "special Interests," which the mere unadorne«! recital of his move stitute. sent after his arrival at The foreign affairs committee this af
house It would not accept. Congreas ments. Whether it was when Dattdi Khartoum and at the end of the hunt, ternoon declined to decide whether
1» disposed to listen to their de ('later Lake.
One member of the Lake
would thereby b«* deadlocked, result Chwn. the twelve-year-old king of gives a good Idea of what was ac the government favors New Orleans
or San Francisco for the Panama Ca
ing In prolonging th«* session far into Uganda, did him honor at Mombasa, complished. In this he says:
county gran«! jury is away on busi
RECORD TRIP TO CRESCENT
"I have the honor to report that nal exposition. The matter will be
ness and as soon ns ho return» the
or when Emperor William of Germa
the Smithsonian African expedition, postponed until the next session of
Chauffeur North in one of Dun
work of disposing of the Harrold
ny enthusiastically called him “mine
which was intrusted to my charge, congress. The committee reported
< use i nn be undertaken. Judge No ham's Roos brok«* the record between SWDIEGO REFI NES TO ISSUE
Freund Roosevelt" at a special re
now completed its work
land will be advls<*<! as soon ns this this city and Crescent Tuesday, when
ANY MORE FIGHT PERMITS view of the flower of the German reports will be made later by the bills in behalf of both cities, recom
mending that any city that can raise
man gets home and will then so ar
army; whether it was In the thatched
three naturalists -Messrs. Mearns, 17,500,000 for an exposition in 1915
range mutters her«? a» to permit of one-hall hour». This Is believed to he I SAN DIEGO. Calif , June 16 On villages of Interior Africa, or riding
th«* beat time that ha» ever been made the recommendation of the atiperin- in the imposing funeral cortege of Meller and Loring. I send this pre is entitled to congressional consider
bin going to Lakeview
I in either direction. Tho roads are In Undent of the polio«* department the the late King Edward of England liminary statement to summarize ation. California members declare
»plemlld condition, and Mr. North council today decided, by a vole of 4 ns the special ambassador of the what has b«*en done; the figures are that the Jeffries-Johnson fight was
DR. PARKER LEAVEN
Htates that if he had tried h«* could to I, adopted a resolution refusing to United Stat«*». It 1« no exaggeration to substantially accurate, hut may have not considered as a factor, and wa»
l»r. Thoma» Parker left Thur»dny have clipped Hovarnl minutes off the issue any more permit» for boxing say that he was the central figure—
not the cause for the postponement of
(Continu«*«! on Page Two.)
aiornlng for Now York, when* he will time made.
contests in this city.
adding a note of expectancy and deep
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