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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 21, 1910
gun. mid finds thnt It Is hiade of
It is however, u marvi'lous
Imitation of u real man-killer. With
wonderful skill »-very detail of a re
volver Ims been reproduced, and It is
stain»*»! Io a per foot ri-seniblam »• to
steifl. The cylinder Is removable, and
Is loaded with real cartridges.
In the prison break at Leavenworth
half n dozen prisoners captured a
locomotive and a string of cars that
were b»'lng delivered In th»-' grounds
of the fM-nilmtInry. Three wood» n
revolvers. Ilk»» the on« »-nt here, won»
u««»i l<» iiitlmidat« (lie Uahi tn *
Th»- scheme worked to th»- exteal that
lh<* prlaom-rs «»caped from the peni
tentiary grounds, but nearly till of
them were quickly recaptured.
The trainmen could not be eou-
vinced «lint they had been fooled wlth
"Thnt was no toy that was poked !
at me,” was the emphatic statement 1
of a brakeman. ' ll was cold steel."
LEADING PAPER OF
ph»- rule« of commissions of many
i»'iit»H, Thc task Is too big for the
I i.fatos to handle, th»-refore the federal
i government has a right to step in
and supervise Any theory of state
rights that does not com-ede that th«
; government must handle those cor-
I ixiratlons and questions which have
' grown too iarg»- for the states to han
Will. HE EKiHTi-FOI li
i vri- nt of coi nth »- h «M dle, is unsound.
MIDI III It ENCAPE LATE I.ANT
llfli oh DENVER FIRM ACCEPTED
« EN IS t « I HI«' V till»
BEI X Bl ItNED O\ Elt
j "In the Weitt, particularly in the
Ilk «'Ol N< IL
Middle West, there lx a demand that
»the railroads he taken In hand by the
government, and. with the exception
of a few ladlcals, there are none who I
wish to give the railroads anything
but a square deal. In the last, analy
S«|p|HI»»'<| lO Have M'ft With a llonu--
sis thc railroads are the creatur»*s of Ar»- for a Tern» of Twenty Years and
Part »»f « 'anal Ntreet <«> If»-
ern Part <»f I nilcil Hint«»
Hnwker Call»«l "Wild Itili.”
B»-ar Interest at <1 Per Cent.
th« peopla, and owned by the people
« <>iul<-iiiin <l
Dt<*»-»<*<l In «Hi-ralH
S2«>.t«Ul 1« the Price
who can b»- d«|>end«-d upon to deal
fairly with them. They are assured
fairer treatment by the Interstate
l'h< ill»-» ting of th»- city council last Unite«! Pr»Servire.
Coo« Ncntoli, Ih»- Iti-year-old i girl
City council Wednesday afternoon
Coni merce coin mission. ”
SPOKANE, Juiy 20
»ho i'otifesH»-»! Hutt she »«I fire » to
Th»- city council meets again Mon-* opened the bids for the bond-
Th» matter of th»- selection ;or tin- are ruging In th»- north»-rn portion of
'll»- burn hik I I iiiiim - b»'l<inxliig to Dav»'
which arc to be issued for the new
plans of the new city hall wa» l»-ft to
ShiHik, n»'»i Dairy, n frw week* ng»»,
city hall and the garbage nites. There
the jtidgm»-iit of Mayor Hand'-r» >n and
«ml who has brv'ii In custody ainre
were two bids, on»' from E. H. Rollin
Councilman Wilkins, who ver«' to ready tbreaten the mountain villages
in» » t lids morning and d«scid<- as to »n<! settleimnts. Th<- fir<- districi in
'n-r ciiiifcaalon, l»'ft th»- illy Tn»-»»day
A Sons, Denver, Colo., who offered
w I kiiii -hould r»-ceiv»- the award.
Washington »-stenda from th«' west
‘light, ami no lru<<- <-uq b< found of
$20,400. and John Nuveen of Chi-
There were only two blds for thc batik of th»- Columbia to Canada, and
her nuy where.
who bld $20,153. The bld of
DECISION OF INTERSTATE COM
« «»N rit 4« TORN HI N% ON NEVERAL filling in of th« Htr<-etM. Botli wert
Th.- girl had been stopping with
Rollins A Sons was accepted,
accepted, One was froiu W. W. Mas-
NEW NTRU« TUREN
>h«- fntnliy of Sheriff Bullies, th»
and the city will proceed to have th*-
ten. mid was for 8 4 ccnts a cubic of flato» fifli-en mih-s long is rushing
yard, while tin* other was from Ack through th»- dry timbri’ fanmd by a
»ffii-lnls not caring to confin«- th« girt
Mean» » <«••»•» Sating in shipment»
ley- Brothers, and was for 30 cents.
In th«- county jail, wh«r«» there Is no
The bonds run for twenty years,
to lx»s Angeles un«l Ollier
Tii« A< kley Brothers' bid was for th»'
.»rovlsloa for women, mid while Siiei-
(ai'iiitiiiuir Mi hool—pimi» Ac-
although the city has the privilege
filling In of th«* street In front of th«*fr
ff Ilin ties was nt l.uk«-vl»-w icccntly
< <'plc<l in DIM ria t ¡IA
of redeeming them after ten years,
'h>- gliI boarded with th«* family ol
and bear interest at the rate of 6 per
that no utlier fieraon could bid against
Mi Wllllmiis When .Mr Barnes r->
Fulled Press Service.
United Press Service.
turn««! from l4tk«'Vl«-w the girl r -
Work Is progri-ssing rapidly on the tli'-m They will do the work them-
NELSON. II. C.. July 20
WASHINGTON, D. C., July 20.—
turn«'«! to Ills house, und wua uppar m hool buildings that arc going up In s «'I v «- h . anil th»» costs will be assessed
It will lie several weeks before th»*
fire« are still burning in the Slocan The Interstate Comtne-ce commission
against tin- property.
• ut I) contented to remain tbere. Shu | vat lou■> parts of thc county.
money will be received for the bond*,
today ordered that San Pedro, Calif.,
W. T. Shiv« had b»-«'n ap|M>int«-d on
• as t«> ap|M-m iM-fore th«* grand jurv,
'•!■« new gramnui- -chool ou the
Random is doomed. It is reported be made a terminal rate point. The but in the meantime preparations
wlilch was convene«! again this w«e>;, west aid»’ of Link river In this city th»* commltte to view that portion of
that Jaffray, in th»- Baynos Lake dis decision is most Important to Los willfbe made to commence the work
uut now It Is problem at Iva! wh«n slie has the foundation complet»*d and the Canal street which Is to be con-
has been destroyed. Many
• III b»> heard again.
bricklayers are busy laying thc brick d»>nine»l. so that the street can be ex bodies haw- been found. The victims Angel«*« In its fight to make that city of building as soop as possible.
E. H. Rollins &.*Sons are the firm
a seaport. Freight may now b-- put
tended, nnd thereby |>«rmit the build
Hh« has lierti nll«»w«-d conriaemb'e for the walla
worked in the Lucky Jim mine, and down att ide water via Los Angeles at who purchased the sewer bonds a
freedom, nnd han been riding her*«-
Sam» and rock for th»' foundation
were burit-d here today. Thc air Is the lx» Angeles rate, as all rail rates short time ago.
»ack on several occasions. Sh»' tins for the Henley school n few miles fsre, but he left th»> city on a vaca
dense with smoke.
from the east to San Pedro have pre
been In the c<»mpany of a horsobreak- <uitli of this city hii* he.-n hauled to
viously been based on through rates
er named William Stark, commonly th»- ground», nnd the foundation will uppolntinent. and ns It Is n»*c«e«ary
to Los Angeles phis local rates from
known us ”WII«I Bill" In this vlcl'i- I»»« c<iinplet<st by Saturday. Thc car thnt thc work be done at once. E. R. TUOI SAXHH OF IwiLLAltS
MIST IN THE FLAMES Ixw Angeles to San P«»dro.
Hy. Htark is one of lh<- men who penters are nt work there now. and Rcnm»»s was appointed to act with
The decision says that Los Angeles | Awarded tin- Contract by Mayor Har-
Alex Martin Jr. and Fred Melhase,
rode iu thc bucking content held h»<r<- th«- finm»' will tic put up .Monday.
United Press Btwrice.
derscui and Councilman Wil
originally made the terminal rate
‘luring the Fourth of July fuativlti-»s.
Th«- nmterlnl hns been hauled for
VANCOUVER. I! C . July 20 - -Re- point because of its nearness to San
When Mayor Rnnd«rson called the
When last aeon thc
th«* Bly school, aad work will start
ixirts received here today state that Pedro harbor has been contributing,
meeting to order there were present
dri-Med In a pair of over
<;n that building Monday
Mayor Sanderson and Councilman
forest fires are still raging in the
sweater, mid carried a w
Thc plans and specifications for a Councilmen Wilkins. CasteR Hanks, heart of British Columbia. The Kas- at this time to the maintenance of Wilkins, who were elected as a com
terminal rates to Los Angeles. There-1
tided riding skirt under
m-w •« hool house at Malin, in Dlstrlrt Stone, Willits nnd fl»ansble
lo district is the worst sufferer. Thou fore it is held that the Southern Pa- I mittee to select the plans for a new
Sfie also wore a rnan'a sombrero. Slit-
Councilman Wilkin« ffS»f .Mayor
35, haw b«<'n jucepted. and bids
sands of dollars' damage has been I elite and i4b<-r roads have been un- city hall at the council meeting last
«n<! William Htark were together be win b«' called for Ita construction Euli'li ixm were M'k'cted a commltte«-
done to standing timber, logs, lumber lawfully dlscriniinating agaiúst San night, net this morning and decided
tween t«’ an»l It p m Tuesday. »«»in
it will b»» a two-room frame
nnd rhfnglc mills. Ten cars on the P«-d ro i n making it also a terminal that the plans submitted by L. J.
• nd that Is the last thut lias l»«wn | nt r net uro. 32x50 feet, with two rooms | 1U«I» fur «»rntliiig
Hemhart were th? best ones for the
Great Northern were burned at Mc point.
•»•«•ii of ,-lth»-r of them II Is thought 34x32. There arc- to tie cloak rooms
Bids for the grading of thc streets
city, and he was awarded the eon-
Guigan. Several bridges have been
that she has gone to California, and for both the boys and girls, as well of Klamath Falls were received as
tract for the new building.
destroyed and the track twisted out
an thc two arc I mi II i daring riders. It as th< teacher*. A library und lava follows:
The cost is to be under $15,000,
of commission. Relict trains which RENE«. IDE .MOROS
will b«» a »llfficult matter to overtake! tory are also to be added. The build
\V W. .Masten 8econd street,
VFTACK AMERICAN'S and the building will contain the
had been sent west as far. as Bear
ing will lie hentc-d with a furnace, and south of .Main to north line of Klam Lake, but were forced to return. They |
city offices, fin-men's quarters and
Hhiiiff Harm's started after th«« the ex|MTtatlon I* to niuke it one of ath avenue, 2.584 cubic yards, at 84
MANILA. July 20. - Dean C. Wor- the jail.
brought in many refugees, who have!
girl In hl» unto Wc«liii'bdai uftcrn<M»n. tin- moat up-to-date and complete cents n cubic yard; Klamath avenue. been placed in the hospitals here. |
cestcr. American secretary of the in
but so far m> trace of her has been structures of Its kind In this part of Pliyn»' to «'enter street, 5.16» vhrds
their eyes and lungs having been af-1 t»-rior for the Philippines, was set
| u|K>n by some renegade Moros ou the
fected by the smoke.
It Is thought that the c»ca|»c liax
Ackley Brothers- -Klamath nvenue.
All of the schools are to be ready
islaid of Palawan July 18, and es-
boon planned for some time, as Stark lor occupancy this fall.
Center street to First street. 1,500
caped assassination only through the Actual Running Time to laikeview in
hits bv«u selling hla horses, nnd lias
Klamath county and this city arc cubic yards, at 30 cents a cubic yard.
His Auto Is Four Honrs and
alertness of his bodyguard, who shot
been in th« city on niiiuerous occa sparing no efforts to satisfy the de
On motion of Caatel the bid of ('tilled Press Service.
i down- the outlaws, killing three of
mand for up-to-date schools, nnd In Ackley Urothers was accepted.
PORTLAND. July 20. A thick - then».
Mr». Maggie Joues-Deal It- Impllcat- this ies|>ect tb<- citizens of this local
On motion of Stone the bid of Mr.
Senator Weed now holds the auto
haz«' from th«- forest fires is revering
S»-cietary Worc«'ster was touriug
ed in th»- burning of the Shook build ity have advantages equal to those of Kasten was accepted.
the island, which is the most westerly record for the fastest time between
A communication from W.W.Patch
ings, nnd It was th»* evidence present- any section of the state.
of the larger Philippine group, and Klamath Falls and Lakeview, having
>•<! by the girl who has.just escaiied
for the r«*clanintlon service, stating
was present at the installation of the' covered the distance In his big Frank
thnt wns «*X|M»cte<1 to «'onvict the por It III.HOAD DIKE IS
that contracts would have to be se-
new governor. in anticipation of his i lin in four hours and fifteen minutes.
»« iuh who committed the act.
NOW ILMONT COMPLETED cured before thc city reuld build the
I coming a band of Moros planned his Leaving Klamath Falls at 12:45
rewer across th«» Ankeny canal.
I nited Press Service.
death. Armed with bolos. they laid . Tuesday afternoon, he reached Lake
E. R Reames wns appoint»-«! 01» tile
Ihiilaets linn- Nearly Fini»lic«l i Io
«IRANI» Il IH INDKTH
( LEVELAND, O„ Ju'y 20. Pres a trap for the secretary. He found, view at 5:45, having stopped 45 min
committee to view Canal st-eet where ident Lee of the Rallwax Trainmen
Work Kctwren M» m I» m anti
4JOVERNOR OF IOWA
himself the object of a savage rush. utes at Bonanza. Bly and other points
It is to be condemned in *»rder tbjit has returned to assume personal su Captain .Moy nahan of the scouts was along the road. The big martiine be
thc sewer might I m * built through the pervision of the Grand Trunk strike, j the first to recognize the hostile i t haved splend.lly. and came into
Iluhl- Him to Trial for <‘riminaI L ì I m -I
The two dredgers which have been same. Alex Martin Jr. and Fred .Mel lie anticipates a long strike and a movement, and he ordered the scouts Lakeview running as smoothly as an
For « barge-. Made tgainst an
making a dike for the roadb-d for bas«- an- the other members of (he hard struggle, and dec-lares that the to fire. Three Moros who led the at electric motor. The senator is of the
the Southern Pacific railroad between commlttre.
men are determined to win.
tack dropped dead, while several oth opinion that he can still further re
The street eominittee reported un
Modoc and Rattlesnake points have
I'n I ted Press Service
ers roceiv«*d more or less severe duce the time, and on his return it is
DES MOINES, Iowa. July 30 The nearly finished the work, and the dike favorably on the application of Wni
possible the four-hour mark will be
wounds The rest fled.
BOTH SIDES REFINE
Polk county grand jury this morning will soon be completed. The dlstanco Timms to build a hnrn on his lot on
for it is conceded that better
Indicted Governor Carroll for crim between the two points Is a trout three Klamath avenue, back of th»- p«4«t-
lime can be made in that direction
inal libel. Mr. Carroll recently re miles and the dredgers have been offic«-
than in coming out.— Lakeview Ex
MONTREAL, July 30. Both sides ORDEi: OF EAGLES HAS
JOLLY GOOD TIME aminer.
moved John Cownle. former chair working from cither side and are now
in th»- Grand Trunk strike refuse to
man* of the board of state institu only about 1(10 yards apart.
TUOI SANDS OF MEN
i arbitrate. The important trains aro
Monday night about 50 members of
The work of laying the rails will
tions. charging him with mismanage
QUIT ENGLISH RAILWAY running, but all are late.
Crater Aerie No. 1G1' . Fraternal Or CLEANED OUT IUM KS
ment and Immorality. The trial will begin In n short time.
FROM COUNTY ROAD
der of Eagles, and a number of in
probably take plgco In September.
I'nlted Press Service.
vited guests were entertained with a
LONDON, July 20. Twenty-five
chicken mulligan and smoker in the “Scout” Chamber» and W. H.
WOODEN Gl N AIDS
thousand Northeastern railway em
Redmon's hall, and everyone present
CONVICTS TO ENCAPE
ployes have gon»» on a strike. .Many
Highway Near N'aylox
had the time of his life.
LONDON, July 20. Clews indi firemen nnd switchmen are quitting.
was injured in an. aeroplane accident
The mulligan had been prepared
I'lever I nil tat ion of a IU*volvcr Intim cate thnt Dr. Crippen nnd Miss Le All trains, except the mails, have
Scout" Chambers and W. H. Lewis
here today. He is dying. He was a by W. H. Dulàney. who act--d as chef,
idate« Trainmen nt IVnitcntiary
been nhandoned. The employes say student, and was not familiar with
returned Saturday from the vicinit
police at Vernet Ix-s Bain, a French they struck as a "protest against the
th»* handling of a machine.
everyone who ate it wanted to leant of Naylox. where they had been for
watering place, declare that Crippen tyranical methods of the officials.”
United Pleas Service
how to prepare the delicious concoc the |Mtst week removing the rocl*»
was there on Sunday. The gendarmes
WASHINGTON. D. C., July 20.
There is no question but that from the county road in the vicinitv
\n ominous looking "gun.” one of attempted to arrest him, but he es
those two will have to prepare the of that place.
OFFICER «LAIMS HE
those long-barreled, 4 4-callber revol caped, probably going to Spain.
They worked from about two miles
next feast that the Eagles have. The
KNOWS WHERE « RIPPEN IS
They «lo not mention Ix-neve. The
vers thnt figure in frontier tales, has
Naylox to five miles belcw thay
menu consisted of:
come to the department of justice as guard on the Dieppe-Paris train says
NEW YORK. July 20.
anil besides removing th«
Chicken Mulligan Broth
LONDON. .Inly 20. Scotland Yard no danger to the railroads in govern-
n nionn-nto of the »-scape of several that on July 12th n couple resem
stones from the highway they built
prisoners a short time ago. from the bling Crippen and Leneve boarded the Inspector I»«-w has officially announc , ment supervision." declares Presi-
Imported Queen Olivi es four culverts.
ed that he has accurate knowledge '»lent David Starr Jordan
federal penltentlnr« ¡»t Leavenworth, train nt Dieppe.
The work was badly needed, they
Dr. Crippen’s whereabouts, nnd Stanford university, in a
Kans It reposes on the desk of one
having been told that one of th?
expects to arrest him before night, published recently.
of the officfnls and la naturally a sub PIN« HOT SPEAKS AT
larger stones that had been r--
ject of comment by visitors. The cus
SACRAMENTO TONIGHT lie declares that Crippen Is hiding nt
"On the contrary,” he says, "the
moved having caused $1,500 damage
a health resort.
todian of th»* deadly "hardware” re
to automobiles at various times, An
government supervision will benefit
sponds by picking it up and pointing
SACRAMENTO. July 20. Gifford
The county socialist convention average of six autos c day passed that
both the railroads and the public by
It carelessly nt the Inquiring visitor, Pinchot, accompanied by Walter
The charter fur Local Merrill, the »•onserving the Interests of both. It will be held in this city orf August 1st, way, besides many wagi-na, and the
who ducks nnd protests vigorously Kent, arrived from San Francisco lo recent socialist organization estab- I* far better for a railroad like the Instead of the 12th. as had been previ wo-k that has been done by the two
against being obliged to look into the day, and will speak six tîmes in the lishetl there, wns received Tuesday Southern Pacific, for example, to be ously stated. The state convention of mtn was greatly appre-nt«»d by all
Interest of the "Big Stick.” Ills first morning. There are ten members, under a strong, able Interstate Com- that party will be held In Portland on who have had occasion to travel that
Then h»- Is allowed to hnndle the speech will be given tonight.
and Mrs. Madge Conn Is the secretary, merce commission *thnn to be under August 7th and 8th.
MESSED BURNÍO SHOOK Mill
NEW SCHOOL BUILDINGS
BONDS FOR CITY
HALL ARE SOLD
IHEÏ BRING 1 PREMIUM OF MOO
SAN PEDRO AS A TERMINAL