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OFFICIAL PAPER OF ♦
R. E. ALLISON IS
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY. OREGON, NOVEMBER 17', 19J0
I .OH ANGELKH. Nov. 16. Mayoi
Al« xundt'i ’x commission appointed to
EXONERATED FROM HIIOOTING F. arrange a idivii to make Los Angele»
city and county government corno un
dor one head, the »Hine ns Hun Fran
cis* o, begun its hokh I oiim today. It I»
u report will be made within
CORüNfR'S JURY HEARS lESIIMOÜY i'»l'<-<ie<i
a mouth. It la not decided whether
or not to Incorporale Pasadena, Ixing
Kuykendall llemh. Whittier and other neighbor
ing« cities In the new county. Long
l oiiilii.l* Examination m ihr
lleKeh Is light lug the proponi!Ion
Vndertuk Ing Parlor*
ROCK SPRINGS IS AN ARMED CAMP
♦ LEADING PAPER OF ♦
♦ SOUTHERN OREGON ♦
KAN FRANCISCO Ri T< HERS
DO SOT EXI’K T DECLINE
Attributes Ho- lx>w«-r«*<l Prices to Fear
P m « k«-rx us to Rz-sult of
Trial in Jaanury
SAN FRANCISCO Nov. 15.- The
leading butchers here do not aspect
a decline either in the wholesale or FOI It PAIRS HAVE BEEN RE
r< tail prices of meat. They attribute
GEI V EO HERE
tin- <1< ciin. elsewhere to a d*-xire of
packer* to obtain the good will of the
people pending the hearing on their
indict nt*, nt*, w hich will be held In THE CHINESE RINGNECK VARIETY
January. Also a big shipment from
VVillitw* Building Is Also Nearing N« w Zealand has caused the packers i I m * Birds An- to lie Lilwnite«! in
to lower th«- prices In order to "shake
i'«mrpletion—< 'onrrete Walk
Different Parts of the < -runty
out" the xhlpmi nt and prevent com-
I» Being I—till
Tuesdui night th«* coroner's jury
The n«w tempi« which the Odd F«-I-:
If the results of an experiment
i■ iiiin-'«l u v.-ido-t exoiK-ratinv Robert
which is to be tried here next spring
Hmtiitt Vllisoti hum th* shooting of
lows of this city ar? erecting at thei
are ax satisfactory as they are ex
h’i<-<l R Wing last Saturday night
cornet of Main and Fifth streets Is
pected to bo, Klamath county will
The jury < «insist <1 of W T Hhlvo,
rapidly nearing completion, anil it is f
be stocked with Chinese- ringneck
John Stilt«, C It Crlsler. F T San
now almost ready for the plasterers.1
pheasants and the sportsmen of this
derson, H F Grlgsb'- nnd (Nd M. G
The roof Is already laid aud the I
vicinity will have all the shooting of
Wilkin» TI h hearing cotano-m «-«I ut
frames tor the cornice are in place,I
high < ia-.s game birds they desire..
4 2:30 o'clock Momlnv ufiertioon, nml
and that will probably b<* put on thei
J. D. Cochran, the insurance man.
n number «if wltnesi.cn were examined
fir-t of io xt we.-k. Today th. fro-o d | s TEA MEI! l*t»RH. VNI> ASHORE ON Monday received four pairs of Chi
Mrs Dollle Mills, who WIW Mt the
glana pam.’-*«, which are to go abov<
KIT VI I V ISLVNI»
nese pheasants from 'Gen>- M. Simp
Vlllson hous>- In company with n man
the shew windows, are being put lr> i
son's farm at Salem, which were sen*
nutmd Bolton th«* nil ht of the shoot
M VV I OMI NT Itisi Ol(l> place, and the window frames are al-|
to hitn by State Game Warden R. O.
lug. was on>< of the wltn<->■-*••*. She Is COWBOYS ON WAY 10 MEET THEM
Stevenson, and they will be kept in a
employed at the Mnsien houw«*. nnd
The broad concrete walk In front i PASSENGERS ANO GREW IN DANGER
coop this winter and in the sprfn-
her husband Is now In Pennsylvania
of the building is being laid, and thei
wlH be turned loose Jn different parts
Her tiwtliuooy showed Hint when Mr.
tempi«* is axuming an aspect of com- I
the county. They are not yet ac
Allison came to the hou*«* liuniedl*
pl»*t«*n«-> ' that already adds greatly to Fleer«* Htorm 1» Raging and None
climated. and it is intended to keep
ulely after the train pulled in the
United Press Service.
them in the wire enclosure until next
doors were liaked. and Hint Mrs Al
EL PASO, Texas., Nov. 16. All is, city. When complete«! it will be onej
spring, when they will be released.
linen started to open (lie front door,
quiet across the border and officials ■ of the finest structures in ibis part
Two pairs will then be taken south
but that Wing held her nml prevented I ROCK SPRINGS. Tex.. Nov. 15
of the stat«*, and one to which not
»re to a farm on Lost River and
h«-r from doing so. Then Wing Eighty towboys nnd rnuchnien this usM-rt that th«- Rodríguez Incident is I only th«* members of the order, but
CORDOVA. Alaska. Nov. 16.—The
other two pairs will be released
lenped from the window and two tl’ornlng »tailed toward the border closed. They do not expect any fur- , every citizen of Klamath Falls can elghty-threa- pase tigers and crew a,f t
near the Hot Springs. It is believed
hots w,i.- fired hmm-dlutely after land are riding hard to Intercept 3«0 t h< r trouble nil hough Juarez is a
the steamer Portland are believed to
point with pride.
that by spring they will have become
Vlllsnn <lld not know whom Mexicans who are marching from la* revolutionary hotbed. However, it
The Willits' building is also nearly
Is tx-llev.-d those who are opposed to
h«> had sbot until the next dny.
) V«-ga». Mcx . to avenge the lynching President Diaz will seize the opportu finished. The lower Doors are being Katalla island. The heaviest storm acclimated, and that by next fall they
will have increased until there will
Another of the witnesses was Chief of Antonio Rodríguez. Scores of meu
plastered, and the windows are bei’ny this year is raging, and no vessel
of Police Townsend, who ti-ntlflud that ar«* joining th«* cowboys eu route to nity to embanuMi the government by . put in on the second story. It also is durra to venture out to try and rescue be quite a flock of the beautiful birds
The pheasants multiply rapidly,
when he went to the Allison home th«* frontier, and a battl«* la Imminent stirring up further anti-American . n handsome structure, aud is in keep the imperilled voyagers. The steam
and will raise» from two to three cov
(hat night mid naked Alli son what the 1 he lungers are rushing to th«* scene rioting. A general boycott on Amer
eys a year, hatching from twelve to
• rouble wnn the latter repll«*d: "Noth to prevent n clash between the two ican-made goods is being agitated joins.
reach them, but was forced back. The
fifteen eggs at a time, and it is be
ing I tii«*«l a «• tuple of shots nt some force«
Governor Campbell has or
storm is increasing in violence. The
lieved that by five years from now
fellow that went out of the window.’* drr«-d Han Antonio troops rushed •*>
government has been asked to send a
the country will be well supplied with
rhe offic«'i- did not know until the i i tb> scene, but it Is believed they will
revenue cutter to the island. The
pheasants, if the farmers and sports
following morning thnt unyom* hud arrive too late, as the forces are ex-
Portland is thought to be a total loss,
I h * cii shot
I»» t -d to ni.s-l fifty miles south nt
bnt it is eUeve-Jf. -» all on board men take care to sec that the birrfi-
are not killed for two or three years
George T. Melts, another wltu*-«w<, is her**.
i were landed safely, although they
n clerk In the engineering department
The country around here is am idea!
FRANI IN«V» GIVEN VOTERS
have had no food for three days.
one for the birds, as there is plenty
of the Southern PnrIAc. lie t<«itilled
of tall grass and brush in the bottom
that Winy, ra'lcd to him and told him
• hat he had ber-n shot. M«*ltz notified'
■ lands for them to secure shelter in.
th* d<H-t«>rs of Wing's condition. Wing -
and seeds and' berries for them to
IHrect Nominali<MM ami Abolition of Aiklr,-**«-* Friday Evening anil S«ho«q
told Helix that he hud get what was i Mexican Tn»>|M> Are taatln-nsi al th»'
1 feed on. They will not go into a
Topic-« N<it urtiti)—New Books
l*nrty (Trclc—Tin- INxrpie to
coming to him. nnd (hat he dl<i not !
coop, sleeping in the open, and could
lloriler «uid MiHHa VV III Htop
Vol«* on Franchi»-*
Prospectors Are IH-uil and Dying « n
want . .*
not be persuaded to roost in a box.
the Trail to Porcupine FieMx
Them if Til«') < 'ros*
The following Is the text of the |
Another peculiarity of their habits is
Unding of the coroner’s jury:
that they will not drink out of a
A local teachers’ institute will In
HAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 16.— Be-
AUSTIN. Tex.. Nov. 15. Governor
"tn the mutter of th«* inquest over)
stilen passing the charter amendment held at Hildebrand school house Fri
MONTREAL. Nov. 16.—W. R. Me-I pan or receptacle of any kind.
th«* body of F. It Wing, decuas««d Campbell has ordered the rangers to to authorize a bond ixati«* of (5,000.-1 day evening and Saturday of this Lean, a mining expert, who arrived j The accidental spilling of some
"VVe, th«’ Jury, impaneled nnd tn- In n-udlnesH to proceed to Rock 000 for the Panama exposition In ad- week. All the teachers in th«' upper |
from th«- North today, declares that mortar furnished Mr. Cochran with a
-worn hi the above entitled matter, Springs to-repei the threatened In dltlon to the state's (5,750,000 which project are urged to attend. Perhaps1,__ f____ _________________ _
2 00 prospectors are dead or dying „..
on : drink place for the birds that answers
vasion of armed Mexicans seeking to
tlnd the following a» our verdict:
had b«<en subscribed, the voters at the i the parents and patrons will get as * the trails south of the Porcupine gold every purpose. The mortar was spill
I We tlnd th«> person klik'd Is avenge the recent lynching of Antonio election yesterday threw off the boss much out of this meeting as anyone. | calUpr ¡n Northwest Ontario. The ed in a low place in his yard, and
The Mexicans are gath- i
F. R. Wing, » whit«* male. of the a*<* •!''<'* • k «’’*
rule by adopting what is probably th«' and as many of them as can possibly 1 nlcu are slowly starving and freezing. he dug several hollow places in the
1 erlng at the border, and the milltlu
<>f ,1a years, nativity unknown.
•««( timo • «X nltrtn/l
• »»-., lll-rrozi tzl zlzc
election reform of any 1 41
time to attend are
urged to do,unq * th,,
are mass and then placed the chunk of
•‘2- • That he came to his death on I will be calk'd If thev start across
larg«« American city.
Amendments so. We hope to have an Interesting powerless to prevent them from try- mortar in the pen and poured the
the 15th duy of November. 1910. In
water in the hollow places. Th*-
i wer,. passed to allow direct nomina- rnwging. Several addresses will be . ¡nK to reach the gold fields.
Klamath Falls, Klamath county. Ore
birds will drink out of the improvise«!
I tlons and tho abolition of tb«> party . delivered on Friday evening, and |
pool where they would refuse to touch
! circle, to permit the voters to have school topics will be discussed on j
"3- That he came to Ills death by
J a 100-word platform of principles, Saturday.
• • •
means of u bullet wound. Inflicted on
A number of persons hav«> gone to
I printed on the sample ballots: the
the 12th day of November, 1910,1
___ initiative, referendum and recall, and
Mr. Cochran’s home to see the pheas
A new list of teuchers’ professional I
from a gun In the hands of Einmltt 1 *•■'* Bk-KN MINNING FOR OVER the people are to vote on ail traction books have been received in the coun-!
ants. but be has had to caution them
RETAILERS REAP PROFIT FROM against approaching too close to the
franchises nnd renewals.
"4 Thai we believe that Einmltt I
pen. as the pheasants are very easily
loaned to teachers. Every teacher
Million Is guilty of no crim«» thereby. !
frightened aDd at once try to escape,
"Dated this ir.th day nt November,I Mi'’>-Hix Pusscngi-rs anti <’n*w
and in doing so they fly with terrific
and it will save the buying of books
Selling Prices Will Not He l,*wen»<l speed, and when they come in con
F'*uit«-*n M uhmmks I on Island
VV’lien Miss Eleanor Edstrom and to use Gies«». Th«' books received are: •
M. G. Wilkins, foreman.
Until Purctutaer Compris Such
in lailn- VV inui|H*g
tact with the wire that encloses them
John Merry were married Saturday
they are liable to break their neck;
I evening it brought to a close a ro
"F. T. Sanderson,
I from the force of the impact.
SELKIRK. Man.. Nov 16. A tza-| mance that hnd its inception across American School Building." "Little
"C. II. Crlsler.
It is to be hoped that the experk
live runner reports that the Ht eair er th.- sens In far-off Sweden. Th«* bride Citizens. "Fingerposts to Children’s
"W. T. Shlvc.
CHICAGO, Nov. 16
It is believed ment will bi* successful, and that Mr.
Wolverine, which has bci'n mlsdug is the sister of Mrs. F. K. Golde of Reading.
"IL F. Grigsby
Classroom Management." ,'lal ”**' ’’’■tailers and not the con- Cochran will bring his birds through
for th re«' weeks, has foundered in 'this city, at whose home th«» ceremony- "Emmy Ix>u," "School and Class s 11 n”'r wil1 1x1 ,he beneficiaries in the the winter safely.
Earl Whitlock, coroner."
The Incident which led lip to the Lake Winfpeg. The vessel carrit <1 a wan performed. Rev. J. B. Griffith Management." Spelling in the Eie- Uh'<’1,n'' "r l’r‘ces of foodstuffs. Ogden
-'hooting of Wing occurred la»t Satur crew <>f fourteen and sixty-six pad « fficiatlng. Not many months ago mentarv School
' Armour dixlares the decline will be
NEW DEPI TY fXkVNTT t l.ERK
Allison is a freight con rangers, and they arc probably ma
gradua), the consumer benefiting only
ARRIVED THIS .MORNING
ductor on tin* Southern Pacific, and
In a limited way for several months.
bail left on his run to Weed. Ho re will be compelled to stay until the
All school districts which wish to A prominent wholesaler said today:
A new deputy county clerk arrived
turned on the passenger train, ami as lake free*«'» over, The runner could wes’ks to her relatives and future hus vote a special tax should do this be i “The retailers will not reduce at
the home of Chas DeLap Tuesday
soon ns It arrived he went immedi give no Informal Ion as* to where the band whether sh«' was alive or not. ! fore the first day of January, and a pric«*s until they are compelled to.
nnd the "smile that won t
ately to bls home. Wing and S. L. steamer xa-nk.
They will take advantage of the pres
hud last summer came to this city notice of such action should b*> sent ent conditions to increas«» their earn com. off" Isn’t in it with the proud
Cotton and Mis. Dollle Mills were at
with Mr. and Mrs. Golde. She is the to the county clerk and to the county ings until the consumers force reduc look that Charley wears. The hosts
F the house, where Mia. Allison was
of friends of the popular deputy clerk
daughter of O. F. Edstrom and grand i school superintendent.
rooking n duck supper for her gu><«ts.
• • •
and his wife are extending rangrat-
A. Otto and L. Noll have purchased .
When Allison tried th«* door ho found
The annual budget of the school
It locked. Wing jumped from n win through the Home Realty company i
dow and Allison shot twice at hffn the Shlvo-Melhaxc ranch, consisting Klamath county about a year ago and are ready for delivery to the districts.
V I BITI N G IN THE CITV
with a Coll's automatic pistol, one of of 120 acres, all under tho govern purchased nearly 200 acres of land Some one from the district should
Messrs. Otto and Noll near Merrill, where lie makes his calk for them and get them to the
Friends of Arthur Brittan, who left
• h«' bullets entering Wing’s back near ment canal
I » I.- ih I m of Col. M. I,. Allison Ire hero a few week’s ago for his
the spinal column ami pierced the en i*re the owners of a large ranch nenr home. He has erected a handsome school house as soon as |tossible.
Guests at His Hom*—Vlay
Woodland, Calif. It lx their inten
trails In four places.
Those are valuable books, and the
him. in- which he states that he is to
Wing staggered to the tent i wo tion to di»poH«» of their holdings In completely furnished for his bride. children and patrons should bo read
go after <lk, and that he expects to
blocks away In which ho IIveil, and California and to remove here .»• Ho Is a’ thrifty, energetic, progressive Ing them
J. G SWAN,
Mr. and Mrs. Williams of tiranti get at least one of the magnificent
Dr. Hamilton wax summoned, who once They are practical farmers, ami farmer, who has already mnd«' a sue-!
exp«*ct to engage extensively In rnl .- cess of ranching in his nem home.
cared for liHu until Ills death.
Junction. Colo, arrived here Sunday animals. The boys here are envying
Mr. and Mrs. Merry wtjnt to Merrill)
Alllaon wax not placed under ar Ing hogs. The land they purchased I-
right, and are the guests of Mr. and hint his luck in being able to hunt
Will Not Ik- Delegate
rest, nor did he make any attempt to well located for this, being only seven Sunday, where they will be at home
Mrs. M. L. Allison Mr. Williams is for game of that caliber.
Judge Henson received the news ol a truit man of th? Eastern state, and
■wrape, hut he wax whore he could ho miles from thix city and less than to their friends.
five miles from Midland.
»retired at any time.
his selection as a delegate to the Pa is looking over the West. He stopped
Returns From Astoria
Messrs. Otto nnd Noll believe that
Word has been roreived from
cific Marine congress, which is to be i to see his old friend and if he visits
Wing's relativex in Osage. Iowa, th«1 Klnmnth lands are sure to ij
Mrs. George Noland returned from held in San Francisco tomorrow. Fri the Colonel long will remain in Ore-
whore lie formerly lived, to have the vancc in value, and that Irrigated Astoria and Seaside Sunday nig’ i, day and Saturday, too late to accept ion, as Mr. Allison is one of those
WASHINGTON, D. C.. Nov. 1«.
body «hipped there. Tho remains land in thia sectiou is very reasonable '«here sho has been visiting friends I the honor, nnd instead went to Port contagious boosteis whose faith in the The census gives the state of Indiana
were <ni on the train thl» morning. at th«, pri*sent prices.
| for the past six weeks.
land Thursday on legal buaterae.
Klamath country cunnot be resisted a population of 2,700,876.