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KK IAL CAI-ER OF
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 7, 1910
LEADING PAPER OF
thur Llvermore wa» thè tirsi tu klaa
Impression that the erection of a
(he bride, and Jiisllc« Miller start«'«!
'lancing platform in courthoii««? park
away wlihout p« -rforinlug (hai linport
t was oppose«) or objected to by the
ani puri of bis «itti« lui «luti"», bui Guy
I club. The executive committee. In
Merrill <ulle«| him bai k nn«l Inforno-d
1 behalf of th<> membership a« far as Is
bini of bis error, when In- Iliadi- up
known, hereby deny that any such
for lust tini«- nml pine«-«! a g« nulli'-
. objection on their part was expressed
KluniHth Fiills chii - hh oii tli<- llps of
I or even felt. The mistaken idea of
th>- bluslilng brld«-, and soni« say h<-
' their position is th«- more regretable
>tait> d (<> Kubntliut«- <n><- <»f thè pretty
IIIINK I HAT Illi. NEGROES ARE 1 and is thus noticed because the ICP..WOL1 TION TO THAT EFFECT
brldesmnld* f««r th<- bride, bui ibis I
Fourth of July committee Is composed
INTRODUCED IN COUNCIL
of some of th«- most valued friends
'I he inembera of th<- < ominltt«-«-
and g«-n«-rous patrons of the library.
whl« h had ebarge of fh<- < - hìrtnthin
HARRÏ G0EL1ER WINS BOAT RACE ur«- <-ntltl<-d t<> thè gre*t«-*t « r«-dlt for PROMOIERS MAY 10SE HEAVILY JEFFRIES-JOHNSON FIGHI WRONG
th«- high « haiacter of (ho <-nt<*rtulii
m«-nt provld«-<1, nn<1 they In turo wlsti
IU-I k - v «- That C«>tit«-klK IU-« w < m - ii Bla< k let» (h<- Better <>f tile Visitor* by a A NumtM-r of Ordinance* Hate Bwn
Puriide ami hnlian II nr I hi ti i « < util* (<> Ihiink all who nld<-«l th«-in In th«-
pl«««- un Estcllt-nl l-'oiirf h
and Al hit«- ,M«-n Should Not
Prepared Which Will Be latri»-
Sa ora- aaf Naya-nla-a-n to Ona- in
work uà w<-|| iih >-xt«-ndliiK tlu-lr
< « l«-liruli<>n
thanks lo thè («-«IdeiitH of Ibis city
duod at Mi-eting Friday
unii thè visitor* who show«-«! th«-ir ii|>
The baseball gam«- Monday after
pr«-« lutlon <>f thè celebratlon hv theli
At the council meeting Tuesday
Th«- Fourth Of July i «-li-lti Jitlon pi «-««nce.
United Pr«»«» Service.
United Pr« ns Service
noon between the nln< from Weed
ordinance extending Canal street
IXJNIMiN. July 6. Di-ploring th«-
which the i-otuuiltt«-« hud prepared
CHICAGO. July 6
so that the sewer system could be
tor th«- «-nt«*!(Mlnnicnt of th«- citizen*
GEORGE I PICK I bition of th«- motion i«ictur«-s of the i th« Jeffrh-t- Johnsou fight, Ixindon na shut out Klamath Falls in the first
completed was passed, and the land
<«f Klumuth Fall» and th« visitor*
Inning, and after that there was
Jt ffrle*-Johnson tight Is sweeping the pe ih excuse th«- disordtirs.
necessary for that purpose will b«
--ud'-d Tu«-»d*> night with a brllllaut
The Globe says: "Sympathy runs nothing to It but Cale’s champions.
country today. Many r-ltie* east and
illunilnute«) purnd«- and a public w«-d>
oilth liave already prohibited them
A resolution authorizing the adver
ling us w«-ll us a sut dui>> i- In it num-
Insausu of th«- fear of th«- ¡•-«•iirrene«- to th»- blatant blacks. It is against inning, and then the fun began.
George I. I’ll««-?" of ihu ¡a««- i lots thut occurr«-«! fol human natur« to expect th«- whites to Weed had been getting goose eggs tising for bids for the street paving
b«-r ol Klamulh Indians mar the
This i* th«- question that has been lowing th«- announcement of John- accept tbe negroes’ insolent asertion every inning after the first, and was introduced and passed and sev
dunce platform mi the « ourthoilie
iuik<-d here time* without number, srin'* victory.
thnt Johnson's victory has established Falls had made but two runs in the eral other ordinances relating to the
but the gi-n«-iai reply has been in th«-
Washington. Ht. Louis. Dew Moines, th«- superiority of the blacks. The s«< ond. but in th.- fifth the local boys paving and other subjects which had
The Indian* who (ook j.utt In the u«’gative Several niun have seen Lincoln, Detruit, Houston, Atlanta. Reno contest was the most injudi mad«- up for lost time. They started
been prepared by -City Attorney
war dance were Ml*« White, Mr« him. among th«-ni soin«* of th«- officers Cincinnati, Ixis Angel«-« and Johan-t cious ever permitted, and the racial out to do things, and they did.
i Drake will be presented at tbe meet-
While, Mr« William», Mt* Wi-t-ks, of th«- county, but th««y had no war iK-sburg. Houth Africa, have prohib effects will probably continue fori Eight runs were chalked up to :ng next Friday night.
Mr Burnside. Chief Mlnnerutn, Prim rant for his arrest, and since Han ited th«- exhibition of the pictures, year* to come. Americans are tru»- their credit, and when they scored
When the council was called to or
Week* and Jack Ryan. Th«- dunce Francisco advl«u»d that no money and Kansas City, Denver and Han tee* of th«- predominance of the while 1 «'-ven more in the next inning it was der at S o'clock last night by Mayo-
they «-xccuted «as the Klamath war I would I» forthcoming for his return, Francisco have refu*«»d to allow the race over tb«- blacks, we believe. We ' -*•! off- The game was called
Sanderson there were present Coui.-
Ih<? sixth inning,
>lMce, and ul*o th«- Wurm Spring In * Price waa permitted Io go hi* way reels to be shown in th«- theaters of trust the American papers wil] de- ,-n<i
cLlmen Wilkins. Castel, Waldruru,
plore the white against black prize , Following is tbe lineup:
Hanks, Summers. Stone, Obenchain
Klamath Falls—Mohr c„ H. Siem
In Chicago th«- picture* will b«- fights.’’
The bull gum«- Mchcdiii«*d tor the i There Is a letter on Its way from
and Stansbie. Faught came in late.
Th«- Standard is shocked at the ens p.. C. Arnold lb., J. Ball 2b., Am
«tternoon «lid not take plnce, tin- 8 I* San Francisco that Is awaited with shown, but there arc restrictions
The following bills were allowed
brose 3b.. O. Arnold ss., J. Siemens
Whether It placed on theli exhibition that are presence of women at the fight
nine not being ul>l<> to !««■ present.
W T. Shepherd, labor .
If.. Houston cf.. Shire rf.
At 4:30 lu th«- afternoon the sport:« * will contain any requ««st for Price's c*|HM'ted to rediic«- the probability of
P.-rrry DeLap. clerical work
Weed—Conrad c.. Woihl p.. Baker
■ >n loik«' Ewauna began, uudcr the d< l< ntlon or not Is problematical, but trouble resulting.
NE AV NY
1>. J. Zumwalt, eng'r work
lb.. We*t 2b., Souza 3b., Prange ss.,
l’hllad«-lphia. New York and New
direction of It. i'. Telford, and they If the San Francisco chief of poll««
W. H. North, inspector
If., Larcen cf.. Dickey rf.
w««re ii successful u* wa* the «arnivnl
R. A. Atherton, police ...
under hl* guidance th«- night before. would raise a question that may be tnr«-» to bo shown.
II oiim - i - Robert» II ill Begin Putting
0 2 0 0 6 7—17
If the efforts to stop th«- exhibition
All tin- rue«-« wore over a three- far reaching In Its result*.
Up Hay July 5th fur Emmett
Wm. Hall, police
1 0 0 0 0 0— 1
When Price was re-arrested on the of th«- pictures throughout th«- dun-
tull«> course, and tbe handicap race
8. C. Townsend, police
Summary— Two-base hits—Siem-
**a won by Harry Goolh-r lu 2 4 tnin- charge of selling lottery ticket» and try are succ«*sful th«- owners of th«-
C. C. Low, police................... 100.0s
ii » h * und 33 »«Mund*
There wore Attorney O'Neill walked into the of plrtures and those Interested therein
Frank Smith visited his farm in ens. Ambrose. Shive. Stolen bases--- Geo. Snider, police
Mohr 2, C. Arnold. O. Arnold. Larven I
three •nlri«<e for (hl* ra<>-, Harry fice of th«- district attorney and In- will lose heavily. It was expected the Spring Lake distract Thursday
Goeller. Alex .Martin Jr. and Mr. form«-«! that gentleman - and the po- that th«- profits from this feature of
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Barnes drove t>> 2. Struck out—By Siemens 5. by! Thos. Drake, salary city atty
Clark. Th«- race wa* for a chaileng«- lice officers an«) sheriff that if they the contest would b«> In the neighbor Miller island Thursday.
Ackley Bros., lumber .......... 126.2e.
undertook to kidnap Price ho would hood of a million dollars, but if the
«up held by Alex Martin Jr.
Wm. Barks of Midland was a Fa'!» Weed 6. Bases on balls—Off 8iem- Chico Const. Co., labor
e ns 2; off Wolhl 1. Batteries—Weed
Th«- fro«- for all motor boat race,
also tor a silver cup, was won by "had to go under th«» b«-d to g«-t tie materially r«-du<-«-d. In any case,
Emmett Beeson has let the con —Conrad and Woihl; Klamath Falls
Wilbur Telford In 2J jnluutc* and 30
tract for putting up his alfalfa bay to —Moir and H Siemens. Umpires- -
The bill of the Chico Construction
Hat«. After Price’s deportation and
■■•«•ond*. Mr. Clark «a* «second
Homer Robert«, work to begin Ju!.» I
c< mpany was referred Jo the city en
Th«- 14-fiMH motor boat race was it was rumored that .Mr O'Neill was
ganeer. and if found correct by ar.:
SAN FRANCISCO. July 6.
won by the Telford boat, driven by going to make good his statement of Churchmen of this city are preparing
Mr. Hannon, wife and son drove to WANT PICTURES OF
was ordered paid.
THE FIGHT STOPPED
<1 Arnold, in 23 minutes. Goellor. the night before, an investigation was to proc«-«-d against th«- exhibition of town Saturday.
The bill of Don J. Zumwalt for
Arnold and Whitlock were the con-
E. R. C. Williams and daught -r
services as city engineer was referred
the Jcffijes-Johnson motion pictures
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'««(ant*, amt Whitlock got Heron d was standing on pretty solid ground here, under the municipal ordinance were In Klamath Falls Saturday.
to the finance committee.
The news of Price's «-»cap«- and his
BOSTON. July 6.--The Christian
The following were visitors at the
There were no protests on the
milking it a felony to display pictures
tn the tub racx-s th«- entries were subsequent return to this city Is be <>f crime Th«-y hold that Governor county seat Saturday: Mrs. A. Tur- Endeavor officials here are sending sewer and paving proposals.
Lloyd iu-laip and Wilbur Telford, and lieved to b<> a part of O'Neill's plan Gillett«- prevented the light on t’:«.- ue.- Miss Etta Turner. Frank Wilson, telegrams to the governors of the va-1 «finances
of cnmtiaign. Should Price be again
rious states and mayors of the prin- ■ A resolution was introduced rela-
grounds thnt It was a felony, and .’¡is. R. Dixon and wife, L. A. McCoy,
Th« entri«« in th«- swimming race arrested the question that arlm-s Is. therefore, the reproduction throng’- f-colt Barnes. Riley Myers, Chas. A. I cipal cities containing in substance itive
to the paving of certain streets
I the following:
were Jerry Martin. Mr. Coffer. Mr. will th«- officers pursue the same moving pictures would b«> displaying Poindexter.
in this city and instructing the city
"Race riots and murders have al- recorder to advertise for bids for
Knox und Mr. Craig Martin got first course ns before, or will they hold a crim«-. l'ndoubt«-dly Mayor Me
him to await th«- nctlon of th«« gran«*
I ready folowed the announcement of such work. It was adopted as read
and Coffer second.
1 Carthy and a majority of the super KLAMATH STARTED ON
The 10-yard dash was won by jury? If Attorney O'Neill is figuring visors will favor the exhibition. Dis
REGULAR TRIPS WEDNESDAY 1 Johnson's victory. The moving pic
The ordinance relating to the ex
tures will create more violence. Will tension of Canal street was read and
Holly Hit-mens, «ho took the prlz<- of ««n lining Prir«« to pro*««cute th«- offi trict Attorney Flckert will probably
cers thnt lie threatened to "go after"
contend that the pictures simply dis limi nt Agency landing Is Fin isti «si you join in an effort to prohibit the passed. This extension of Canal street
exhibition of the pictures of the fight? is for the purpose of providing means
and Warehouse Is Nearly
Tt.e fat man's rac«- wa» won by Guy it will mean n fight that will shake play u contest which occurred in N
Help save the young people from a for the extending of the sewer sys
Merrill, who received a tin«- hat from the city, and may kick up a disturb vadn. where it was not a crime.
ance that will b<- fir-reaching in its
K K K Htoi«
Representative* of th»- mayor today
The steamer Klamath starts ou het
I An ordinance providing for the con
Th«- finrt t»rlx<- in th«- boys' race, a -•ffi-cts
stati-d that th«- board of censor.-, regular run Wednesday and will from SIMPLE CEREMONIES
pair ot shoe* from th«- Portland Store,
necting of house sewers with the main
w hose duty it is to suppress moving now on make scheduled trips from |
FOR LATE JURIST
was won by Loul* Hoagland. Th«t I Ai I UNION STEAMER
sewer, the costs thereof to be assessed
pictiin- shows, will probably act on this city to th«» Agency landing.
GRAND REPUBLIC BURNS this question. It now app«-ars like'--
mm on«l prize. 50 cent*. *«« captured
against the property, was read and
The dock at the landing at the up United Press Service.
hy Finnic Kerr.
per end of th«- Ink«- is finished, and a
SORENTO. Me., July 6.—The
The pri*e for the girls' race, II. < al. ties Hn- While < omití« Through
An ordinance adopting the plat of
the Narrow*—PiiM-ngerw Are
n«»w warehouse is almost completed. The funeral services this afternoon Holister addition was passed to th«-
went to Karie Montgomery.
Conuectiou will be made with the at the funeral of the late Chief Jus- second reading and read by title.
JOHNSON'S BMiW MAY COST
At 7 o'clock the tuembors of the
auto line, which is to run through to tice Bn-wt-r were as simple as the life
Klamath Falls hand dellghlt-d the
Adjourned to Friday, June Sth.
NEW YORK. July 6. The excur-
Medford by wav of Crater lake, and I of tbe eminent man whose interment
larg<- crowd with an excellent pro-
marking, The attendants
. j [ they were tnarklug.
-ram of inimical M-lectlon* from th«- hiou sti-anier Hrs nil Republic caught Opiii Nerve I» Still Partially Para- tourists can complete
HOT ASHES CAUSED FIRE
from San Francisco to Portland by I included Justice Holmes, Governor
lj/««l, But Doctor* Hope ll Will
'anti on the «-ourthouse grounds, Are coming through the Narrows.
boat and auto through Klamath Hughes of New York, President Taft
Eventually Ik- Re>t<>ri«l
Carelessness in throwing a lot of
and after th«.- conclusion of this the Tugs and pleasure and fire boats res-
Falls, Instead of going the entire dis- ' and ex-President Roosevelt. A score ashes near the shad in the rear of
«lancing platform was thronged until
lane«« by rail over the present main ! of men prominent in the world's the Central cafe on Tuesday caused
the Illuminated parade started, about sti-ainvr dashed for the shore sound I nlt«-d Pres* Service.
activities were also present to wit- an alarm of fire to be sent in. 1 When
'« «dock Hundreds of men and boys ing her siren.
SACRAMENTO July «.
The Grnnd Republic is a sister ship board Jam«-s J. Jeffries special carl —
' ness the services and show their re- the department responded it was
By this arrangement
. will be __________
with fal*eface* and redfire torches
found that the blaze was under con-
mad«- the striM-ts of the city look like to the G«-n«ral Slocum, which burned Although effort* are made to keep the able to obsorve th«- wonders of Crater sped for the great jurist
trol. It was started by some one
a sc< n<- in a spectacular play, and a few months ago while on her way fact a secret. the blow Johnson deliv lake and lose but little time in so- ----------------------------------
M't ARTHY REFUSES TO PERMIT
throwing ashes which contained live
when the float on which tbe GoddflM to one of the Eastern resoi ts bearing ered in the second round of his fight ' doing
PICTURES TO BE SHOWN coals on some inflamable material,
,>f Liberty had ridden the day before, a large number of women and chil with Jeffries at Reno Monday, tiara-
and for a time it looked as though a
but which this time bon- Mr. Hansen dren who were going to a Sunday lyzed th«- optic nerve of Jeffries' right DAKOTA REPUBLICANS
ENDORSE TAIT i United Press Service.
serious fire would result. The dam
i nd Mi«H Edythc Tnylor, the couple school picnic.' It was discovered that eye, and possibly wil permanently in
age was slight.
who had volunteered to be married in the life preservers on the Slocum were jure the white man's sight.
public for the 3150 housefurnishlng useless, and there was a great deal of
Jeffries made light of the blow at Arraign Calinoli and Praise ITvsklriit McCarthy announced this afternoon
for His Ixiyalty to Roosevelt
outfit which th«- merchunts of thlH scandal about the fitting of the Slo first, but it was admitted today that
that he would not permit the I tight
city had contributed, the crowds al cum and the various excursion boats the right side of his face Is still af
pictures to be shown here. He said
Ed C. Evers, one of the linotype
most blocked th«« paanga of the ve that ply the waters in the vicinity of fected, and the sight in Ills right eye
Reno contest had proved to be a
on the Klamath Chronicle,
is deranged, th«- nerve is still partly United Press Service.
prize tight, and therefore the pic-
and Miss Olive M Kanode of Sacra
Directly opposite the courthouse E. the Slocum burned.
palalyzed. Jeffries can see but indis
SIOUX FALLS, 8. D. July 6 — lures would be as unlawful as
mento. Calif., were married at the
I! Rninsby. who was driving the float, TWENTY-ONE KILLED
tinctly with his right eye. Th«- floc- The republican convention in session fight itself.
parsonage of the Baptist church at
-topp«M th«- horH«-H and the crowd im
hero today adopted a platform strong-1
IN TRAIN WRECK
7:30 Sunday evening, Rev. M. M.
mediately jammed th«» streets from
ly recover his sight.
|y endorsing President Taft and ar- !
Bledsoe officiating. They will make
Third to Fourth.
t-aigniug Cannonism and Aldrichism
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their home here in the future.
On th«- float with the bridal couple
Tho grand Jury of Lake county will It commends Taft for his repeated
The trench for the sewer on Fourth
wore Miss Roxa Shlve, Agnes Marple,
meet in Lakeview today for the pur declarations of loyalty to Roosevelt street between Main and Pine is rap-
Ruth White and Ortha Schallock. Twenty-one is the number of dead in pose of considering the charges and his policies and for the substan idly nearing completion, and the lay- FORT WORTH PROHIBITS
EXHIBIT OF FIGHT PICTURES
bridesmaids, and Kirk White, Arthur th«- llig Four Twentieth Century tra’n filed against Ike Harrold, who is tial reform measures that have been I -g of pipes will begin soon, The
Livermore and Guy Merrill, grooms- wrecked Monday.
charged with the murder of the New written into the statutes of the ditch is now down several feet, and
men, while the ceremony, th«- Episco
One unidentified body was recov ell boys. Immediately on the return United States during his administra as- many nw-n as can be used are now United Press Service.
FORT WORTH, Tex., July 6.
pal ring service, was performed by ered yesterday. Thirty were seri of a true bill the trial of the case will tion
at work there.
Fearing riots as the result of an ex
lustice .A. D. Miller. Th«» r««d glow ously injured and are lodged in hos proceed. No word has been received
J. C. Jarvis of Merrill had a nasty hibition of the Jeffries fight pictures
from th«- torches and the thousands of pitals and hotels. The total fatali that would leail to the belief that
>-ager faces formed a scene which ties probably will be uuknov n for Harrold will change his attitude about I
spill by his horse stepping in a grass- here, the city commission has direct
neither the couple nor the crowd days. The cause of the wreck is un pleading guilty, and if he doos so his
The members of the Women's Li covered ditch as he was chasing one ed the corporation counsel to prepare
known, but It is believed to have cane will bo disposed of within a very brary club learn with regret that the of the horses that broke loose at the an ordinance prohibiting the showing
around the float will over forgot.
When the ceremony was over Ar- been caused by a confusion of orders. short time.
Fourth of July committee have an riding contest Monday He got up, of the reels in Fort Worth
MOVING PICTURES ÛEPLORE RIOTS