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Kurd to these Important lawsuits la
J. Hoffman, labor
greatly Increased by the uppearance
Chas. Benton, labor
of thia new vncancy.
\V. H. l«-wis, float for 4th
Few chief Justices of the auprem,«
Gladding. McKean Co., sewer
I NDEBSTOOD I'll AT HE CONTEM
court have lived during times when
PLATES SUCH A COURSE
more weighty questions were up for
W. W. I-ewis. police
decision, am^ probably the verdict of
1 Jas. Hall, police
' O K. Transfer Co
history will be that none have met
Able lo Hatl«fy An, ! K nut» 11
I Negree« in luto» With Baud Wait
their problems with more adequate
10.00 If He Tells All the Facts in Count-C
R J. Sheets, elee. inspector
lìmi May lie Mmli l'|»»n
the ArrtlVal of the t haiiiploii
lio«! With the Deal to Buy
wisdom It may be conceded that th»
ORDINANCE INTRODUCED WHIT j.L Boivin, plumbing •
nt Ili» Home
head of tho supreme court does not
H Boivin, plumbing
ING THE LAW OF THE ROAD
today enjoy the almost abnoluto
Baldwin Motor A Supply Co
Ittultiing thut this city Is fact out
powei which tho predominating K«nl
Don J. Zumwalt, service»
CHICAGO, July 7
Two hundred us of John Marshall exercised, but growing the requirements that enti-
There is a w<ll authenticated story
»735.75 Io the effect that F. B. Houston, who policemen have been assigned for still ho Is the principal figure In the tied Its resident» a short time ago.
is held on the charge of euchering a duty at the Northwestern railroad moat Important tribunal In the world, and knowing thut It would 1« hut »
Permits tiran I evi
known bunker by tho name of station this afternoon to prevent and Ills opinions profoundly affect the short time before th-- population
Beuson Build summer kitchen on
Marple Objects to Filling the
.Melhas»» out of something trouble upon the arilvul of Jack John ccurac of history In th« United would be more than double what It Is
his house, corner Second nn<l High
today, the Kluniuth Fulls st< am lauti
Street» Near Her Property
over $8.000, is going to get Into the son. the pugilist who defeated Jam«-« State«.
streets, was granted.
No other court |M>«se»aeH the an dry has unt Icl paled such m—4s it nife
The council authorised the pur-
The negroea of this city began to thorlty which belongs to the supreme Installed on»' of th»- most up -to ilai
chase of pipe to be used for drainage facts connect«-,! with the game. If he
does, it woald be a good seller in this gather at the depot al 9 o'clock thi» court of this country. It not only labor saving piece« of ma blnory
thut Iti us»-d In that btiHltn-sr
At council meeting Friday night
Ky Tay lor asked permission to con neck of the woods, aud would un- morning to meet the train thi» Interprets the laws, but In tho largest
more actual business was transacted nect the property he occupies on Main doubt<xlly have considerable demand afternoon Every negro who can sense It exercises legislative power,
gio «ni erected and put In Us« there,
jn a short time than has been done at street with the Klamath avenue I among the bankers of the country.. scrape the money together has rented and, in addition to that. It pohio - hrci . and through It they nr« now able to
The people of Klamath county would an automobile, and a line of ma an absolute veto over th<< law» of con
any meeting for several months.
iib'i f an- demand thut may h»- made
He also warts Juniper street open like to know what purpose was back chines that will reach many blocks gresa. There is no other Instance in
The matter of governing automo
i history of a judicial tribunal which upon them.
biles and vehicles, which has been ed. The matter was referred to the
Th»' machine consists of four heavy
existence the only paper in the county
A brass band has been stationed has been entrusted with powers so
under discussion on «everal occasions, street committee. Summers. Wilkins
felt-covered cylinders which ■ ma In
has at last been put in a concrete and Stansbie.
tho clique that has been running tertain the negroes that have begun th» country to look with extreme In contact with an equal number of
Adjourned until July 18th.
form and an ordinance adopting the
things in this county with a high to crowd the str<s'ts In thut neighbor tereat upon the changing membership »tenni heated steel rolls Th- man
law of the road was introduced and
hand. Houston knows, if he would hood.
of th»« supreme court and to await gio is only lnt< nded for fini go-'ds and
passed to its second reading.
Colored men in silk hats and frock with mor«- or less anxiety the an th»- sh»-< ts. pillow cuhok . tow»)*, hand
IN A BIG DBI\ E
This ordinance specifies the way in
into the good graces of Melhase, aud • outs run be ■ <-eu everywhere, and the nouncement of th« president's new kerchiefs, Hr , are fed In nt one end
which automobiles and other vehicles
between the heated »t<-.-l
that "astute" gentleman told him ev women of the black belt are attired appointments. Th« character of the and pas*
shall pass each other on the streets, Two Hundnxl and Sixty-five Ixuig-
felt covered cylinder
men whom he select* will In largo
Ear-xl Animal» Slain by Party
and provides a penalty for a violation
the opposite end
Every since the news of what Hous cure. The houses and stores in tho uu-asuie determine whether our evo
lYiini Thi* City
of its ordinance. It further prohibits
ton did became public, tho people of vicinity of hi» home« have been dec lution for tho next hijlf century shall sntnol ither and In a much le tter co»
the leaving of horses untied in the
The party of Klamath Falls men tho city and county have b«-en waiting orated for his recaption.
be peaceful or turbulent. Oregonlnn dltion than It would be possible to
streets of Klamath Falls, and also
produce bv hand lalxir The capaciti
who went for a rabbit drive yester for a certain pap, r that was started
Black politicians are booming
makes it unlawful for merchants or
of th«- mangle 1« lO.non p|ee» s . dm
day killed 265 of the long-eared ani to publish the news to say something Johnson for aiderman, and say that LANGFORD WANTH A
builders to obstruct the streets with
noi by It tho laundry is on a Mad to
mals, and incidentally acquired a about tho truth of the case. If the if he runs be can carry the ward
FIGHT WITH .loll XH4 »X deliver work the «ani» day P in re
boxes, barrels, lumber or other ma
ferocious appetite that did full jus Herald had not been in existence, or eaaily.
terial. It likewise prohibits two or
tice to the splendid dinner that had if the schemes of the Hog Combine to
NEW YORK. July 7
Mr Wood- <«lved and in excellent condition.
more persons from standing on the
The machine coat $2,350 n Bun
been prepared for them at the L. M. kill it off hnil b,-en successful, no one
man. laingford's manager, has posted
sidewalks or streets in such a way as
Francisco, but the Increased 'acllit v
would ever have known for what pur
to hinder the free passage along the
The party consisted of Arthur Liv pose Melhase gave out tho money to' The- public has understood from the ford match. It Is not believed I hut for turning out work has '.stifled
streets, and provides a penalty if they
ermore. F. R. Burscougb, J. W. Hil Houston. It is the same old story of iH-glnning of Mr. Taft's administra Johnson will accept
do not move on when told to do so by
Since C. It Mason the i rMMtni
ton. "Scout” Chambers, B. F. Shep the Egyptian tleshpots.
tion that the duty would fall upon
an officer. This ordinance will come
manager, has taken charge th- out
If Houston should now come forth him to appoint an exceptionally large MIN\EN«»TA TOWN
herd. L. M. Allison. Archie Wisbard.
up for adoption at the next regular
put of tho laundry lias been nearh
G. H. Du Craye and "Deacon" Lewis, with his promised book and give the, numlx-r of justices of the supreme
THREATENED BY EIBE
meeting on July 16.
and with the new rr.achln«-
and left this city at 4 o'clock Satur
court. Time had wrought Ils Inevli
W. T. Shive. Alex Martin Jr. and
that has just been .nstalled they can
day morning and returned about 5:30 make some people alt up and take able effect upon the distinguished
DULNTH.Minn .July 9 Forest fire
Fred Melhase were selected as view
in the afternoon. They went down in notice, and it might tell to th»« peo members of that body, and In the I» threatening Djiquette. Minn . but care for all the laundry work of
ers to ascertain the damage which
ple of tho county what was back of natural course of tiling» it was to be the probability is thut the town will Klamath Falla tor som« time t. -ortu-
the O. K. Transfer bus.
will result from the taking of suffi
the whole Hog Combine tight. The expected that several of them would be saved One woman and two chll :
cient land to extend Canal street so
Rockefeller's Ik—t Ntory
Herald hopes he will carry out his leave vacancies before the close of dren are missing, and It 1« feared that i
as to permit the laying of sewer time dinner was prepared they were
Rockefeller's favorite story l* about
intention and tell tho people of the, Mr. Taft's term of uffice. It was not they have perished.
mains along that thoroughfare.
two Irishmen, who were dis- u min a
county all of the facts that led up to believed, however, that Chief Justice
Councilmen Wilkins. Castei, Hanks, say nothing of the excellent meal that
him and his wealth Rock-feller
his securing the money.
Stone, Obenchain, Willits, Summers
tells it as follows:
those whose successors mu»t be choa-
and Faught were present last night
"Rufus, you old loafer, do you
"Do yes know." said Pat to bl*
when Mayor Sanderson called the
think it s right to leave your wife at friend, "that this Rocky f<4l»r s the
SHOW FIGHT PKTIRKS
meeting to order.
BUY NEW GROUNDS
the washtub while you pars your time
richest tnan In the world?"
means an Invalid, nud at the ago of fishing?"
Mrs. R. WT. Marple, in regard to the
"Yt-x don't say’” answered Mike
filling of the street, stated her side Will Erect Club House and Isiy Out Owner« of Machin«*» Will
"Yassah. Judge; It's all right Mali
"YIs. he is; an' Ivry tolm- that
of the question, and said that she
wife don't need any watchin' She'll
opinion seems to b«> better pleased »holy wuk jes' as hard as If I was clock ticks off a minute h< Is $1,000
■wanted the privilege of filling the
when justices retire before extreme dah." Boston Transcript
street with sawdust instead of dirt.
The members of the Klamath Falls
"Be Jabbers," replied Mik» "<H
NEW YORK. July 7. Lubin, the old age comes upon them, but after a
She mentioned several places where Tennis club, which held a very suc-
me an ax an' O'll smash the cP a.«
millionaire moving picture man. »aid silence of the wisest decisions have
sawdust tilling had been used, and re cessful tournament here during the
he had spent too much not to make a been written by m» n nearer 80 than
quested the permission of the council Fourth of July festivities, has pro-'
A FTW BARGAIN*.
legal fight for the exhibition of the 70. Time, which d,-stroys everything
to fill the streets in front of her prop vided a valuable prize which the local
Jeffries fight pictures. Ho i» cotifident else, does not impair th« judicial
erty partly with sawdust and partly members will contest for during the
Notice ia hvreby given 'hut the
that efforts to prevent the exhibi quality of the mind until the very
Fl va lots, slgh-.y location, $1500
Mnd Board will r-- »'iv • »» nled "an loan $750 cn tho deal
tions will not succeed. He h^s spent last.
The ordinance governing that mat
The club also contemplates the nearly a quarter of a million dollars L Mr. Fuller was by no means In his bids until 11. Oil o cltxk a. ia , Au^u
A nlr* cottage with batt, large
ter specifies the kind of filling that is I i.rchase of permanent quarters and
to get the pictures of the fight, and first youth when President Cleveland I. 1910, for the following described lol. $1700
A good buy.
necessary, and sawdust not being if they do so they will make of them
has made special leases. He had named him Chief Justice, but his ng<* school lauds. to-wit
A nge remdenca. fi e lot, $3500
mentioned in the ordinance, no action the most up-to-date tennis grounds in
All of Hoc. 16. T 25 H . It. 9 E
twelve machines at the ringside. He of 55 years, which seems fairly n>a-
Three cottages on thrs« lota Boo
was taken on her objection.
NE%. NEH of NW'<, WH of mcugu for another cottage; S2I5R
the state. The intention is to se does not mean to yield without test I tore, left him the youngest member
A resolution was introduced and cure grounds, erect a club house with
ing the right of the various states of the court but one. In 1888, when NW «4 and E S of HE
MARON A SLOUGH
adopted which provided that the po bathrooms and other conveniences,
36. T. 17 8.. R. 13 E
and cities to bar the pictures.
lice judge be instructed to advertise and lay out tennis courts that will
Al) bids must be accompanied by
civil war passions were not entirely
for bids to pave various streets in this equal any on the coast.
a regulaily executed application to I
extinct, and some members of the
purchase and at least one-fifth of the I
The local club has some excellent WOMAN SIH HITS H ISBA Ml
senate judiciary committee, who had
players and with quarters such aB
to pass on his fitness for the bench, | amount offered.
The ordinance accepting the plat of are oontetn plated the Interest in thia
No bld for leas than $7 50 per acre]
could not forget that his ayiffoathle«;
For an upto-dut- wheel, get
the new Holister addition was adopt sport will be maintained with but
will be considered
CHICAGO. July 7. Mrs Milsaw had not been notably active on the I
a Rambler, on sale nt th- Glib
ed. This addition lies between Sev little effort.
Tho right ir reserved to reject any
shot her husband and child and then Union side. There was a vigorous de- |
STORE For sale or rent
enth and Ninth streets and embraces
and all bids.
drank carbolic acid this morning and . bate in tho senate over his confirms- i
Tents to rent. Guns We t arry
an irregular piece of ground between
FELL MO FEET AND MAY LIVE
died en route to the hospital. Her | tion. Such men as Edwards and
Nichols. Canal and Klamath addi
a full line of Hportlng Good*
Evarts opposed him. while ho was do-! dressed to G. G. Brown. Clerk State
tions, its principal length being on Woman Injured in Aeroplane Acci- husband and child are dying.
Laud Board. Salem. Oregon, and
Milsaw was on a carousal last night fended by others equally eminent.
dent Ha» Chance For Recovery.
Senator Cullom among them
Mr. marked Application and bid to pur
The ordinance authorizing the sale
chase slate lands."
morning. His wife met him at th«'1 Fuller’s death removes from tho stage
THE GUN STORE
of the remaining $5,000 worth of
G. G. BROWN,
bonds of the sewer fund was passed.
Clerk Htuto Land Board
J II tllXMllFIts
RHEIMS. July 9.- Dr. Rouaaell
who took part in that forgotten eon-j
An ordinance adopting the law of declares that Baroness Roches' chance men.
the road and specifying the way in for recovery is very favorable, and
which vehicles of all descriptions and that she is growing stronger. Al she could not stand her husband'H dis- ‘ the appointment, the judge whoso
animals traversing the streets of this' though her arms and legs are frac
senators but Cullom who stood or- ’
city shall pass each other, was intro tured and she Is injured internally,
one side or the other, are dead, wh'le
duced and passed to second reading she still remains conscious, which GILLETT WILL NOT
the embittered passions which 'n-
TRY TO STOP
The ordinance relates particularly to gives the physicians hope that het
trpired the Hcone have vanished from
automobiles and vehicles propelled skull is not fractured. The baroness
SACRAMENTO. July 7. — Declar- living memory forever. Contrary to
by motors. It also prohibits the leav-! fell eighty feet from an aeroplane
his confidence in the authorities the predictions of his opponents. Mr. ,
ing of animals untied in the streets. ■ during the manoeuvers near this city
It further prohibits anyone from . yesterday. She was operating a ma I of California cities following the lead Fuller turned out to be an able and 1
piling lumber or other material on chine when two others whirled of Mayor McCarthy of San Francisco. patriotic judge. Far from upholding
In prohibiting the display of the fight doctrines of disunion, he has steadily
the sidewalks. It likewise makes it i
through the air on either side of her. pictures, Governor Gillett said he a’dod In that legal evolution of tho
unlawful for two or more persons to
She became confused, and catching would not take any action. Said the federal power which Is essentitl to
stand on sidewalks in such a manner
Select your Clothes from the Largest
hold of the wrong lever precipitate« governor:
the stability of th« national govern
as to interfere with the free passage |
her machine to the ground.
of pedestrians or vehicles.
The period of twenty-two years
Stock in Klamath County
Francisco in an enviable light. The
The ordinance establishing the of-|
interest in the fight was exaggerated
flee of electrical inspector and fixing FOREST FIRES THREATEN
WISCONSIN TOWNS to hysteria, now comes the natural over the supreme court covers the be
the amounts he shall receive for the
In the Men's Clothing line you
Bo* s' Short Pants Sults one
ginning of the transition f»on> indi
reaction following that hysteria."
inspection, was introduced and passed
price. Just think of it?
vidual competition to corporate con
MILWAUKEE, July 9. — Forest
to its second reading.
mer Suits from $8.95 to $40.
One-half price for Boys' Cloth
The following are the fees for in* fires arc threatening many portions EARTHQUAKE SHOCK
Ing less than «vnolosals cam !
Big line of Nwkwear from 25t
of this states. Flames are approach-1
IN ICELAND th* United States. It fell »o him and
Why do we do ft? Because we
bir colleagues to write a number of
Ing Eau Claire, and among the larger 1
Five outlets or less, 50 cents.
have too many and must • lean
cities firemen are getting ready to re- i CLEVELAND. July 7. Scientist
Six to fifteen outlets, $1.
them up quickly In same wav
Oxford« from $3.50 to $6.50
spend to calls that may be made for Odenbach of St. Ignatius college, authority of congress to legislate for
Sixteen to 25 outlets, $1.50.
help from other places. EighteR» thinks thia morning's earthquake
Twenty-six to fifty outlets, $2.
houses have been burned at Rib Lak«. j struck Iceland. H» says the record Upheld. Chief Justice Fuller has seen I
All over fifty, $1.
Big line of Women*s Gloves, Neckwear, Belt
Ogena and Chelsea, and a loss that i r<-s«mbles th,- quake which occurred tho firm establishment of the inter
Inspecting a motor. $1.
Lingerie Dresses, Shirtwaists, Separate Ski
' In Iceland a year ago.
may exceed $100.000 is threatened
Inspecting electric sign. $1.
of the government, th» beginning of
Linen Suits,'Etc. Do your trading here and m
Inspecting other apparatus, $1.
federal legislation to protect inter-¡
Earth quake Shock in Iceland
BROKE STORE window
An ordinance adopting the plat of
our store your headquarters. We have every!
state employe», the enactment of the ■
WASHINGTON, D C.. July 7.
block 50, Nichol's addition, was in
Home time between 2 o'clock Wed- ’ The most severe earthquake since pure food law and the growing ten- ,
you need at prices no higher than you are
troduced and passed to its second nesday and early Thursday some
1907 West Indies shock, was regis dency to protect women and children
to pay In large cities
miscreant threw a stone through the I tered by the Georgetown University from unhy genlc labor conditions, and
The viewers to ascertain the amount plate glass window in the front of seismograph last night. It Is esti by his decisions he has assisted civil
of damage sustained by the extension Underwood's pharmacy, shattering mated that, it was 1,500 miles away, ization to develop along all those
of Canal street were selected. They the glass and making it necessary to possibly in the Atlantic. The tremor wholesome lino*. His nnfortunato
are W. T. Shive, Alex Martin Jr. and put In an entirely new window.
continued for fifteen minutes, the death p^nv»'nts him from helping to
It is not known who committed the maximum shocks being between one utter tho final word upon the Tobacco
O. M. HECTOR
act, but if the person is discovered he minute and three minutes after 12 and Standard Oil cases. Indeed, the
responsibility of the president In r»-
The following bills were allowed: will pay dearly for bls conduct.
IHOOSÂIOS GREET DUCK FIGHTER
TO COVER AUTOS
KEEPING UP WITH THE TIMES
TO AlWERnSE FOR PHIIG 810$
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