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county well recummendcd for ability
s-s a practical lawyer, and the sum BARTENDERS RELEASED ON DONO
ming up of his brief career on the
bench la that he displayed the judicial
A In l< pie < vrriiKuiy In Venturi« W lieu
POLICE DESCEND ON THE ELITE Bl.l EJAt KETH AND FRENCHMEN
CALIFORNIA POLITI! IANS MEET < mind, and withal was an excellent
a llhli Rancher Takes I utu
judge . Opposed to hltn was Judge
llhiun-lf n Brilli-
IN SANTA BARBARA
( Henry L. Benson, who had served on
| the bench for twelve years, and re-1
I.OS ANGKLEH. Nov 17
Hearing Held lilis Morning, But Con- Our Men Alleged to Have Been tlic
If Judge Works or A. G. Spaulding tired two years ago to resume th«'
had It« most unique marring«» core- It oedlutns Vttack tlie WoiiH'u, Whose
tinuixl Until Tuesday After»
practice of law. The writer knows (
nionv today, when Honjiitiiln Mill«
< lolhing I« Torn From Their
Are Not lh-chk-d on Usance Will
tiuiio W ith Bayonets
that irresistable importunities were
noon at 2 o'clock
Ik' th«- Candidate
placed before Judge Benson request
Springville, that county, wns united
ing him, in the Interest of the re
to Miss Evelyn Smith, aged 37, of De
PARIS, Nov IS A Cherbourg dls- troll, Mich Tho ceremony was per
On Thursday afternoon Constable
SANTA BARBARA. Nov. 18. A publican party, to take the nomina
John Sehallock and Officers Walker. | l>*<‘h declare« that bloody riots occur formed nt the Christian church by
quiet gathering here of the republican tion. The judge, whose friends know
red thin morning between the ha II oim Rev. Ralstin. who 1« well acquainted
leaders including Hiram W. Johnson, his perennial disposition to be agree Townsend, Low and Hall, In pursu
ance» of warrants Issued from Justice °f ibe second division of the Ameri with tho «Ign liingungo of the denf
John W Stetson of Oakland. M. Es- able. acquiesced to these persistent
and dumb, mid used It in putting his
tudillo of Riverside, B. A. Birdsell of overtures, and Klamath county, which
adivity, Threo bundrid «*< Ih«» mili
patch hmvs that th«» body of an Amer questions to the groom,
Auburn. C. W. Bell of Pasadena. L. knows him for a quarter of a century, and Joe Yoakum at the Elite soft
ti..il» ' «»ti<-' ri llv nttiickcd Ih- pillici-
ican sailor was later found floating
H. Roseberry of Santa Barbara and
in one of the Inner ports. All of the the usual procedure was taken as ro- <>n guarii In un onduli
t<» enior ih«'
others is being held today. It is be
patrols of Cherbourg are carrying gnrdeil her side of tho compact. The htructurv Knormous crowil i»Kist«»d
lieved the purpose of the meeting is
guns with bayonets fixed, ready t > , ceremony was one of the most re- Ibi» suffragette«, and ri'lnfori< ni-nts
the choosing of the next United States be parenthetically stated that the vote bartender, the charge being a viola
prevent another attack by the Amer ' mnrknble performed In this part of <>f polle«» forinod a cordon around th«<
senator. It is hinted that the purpose
who are alleged to have li«»e i tho country, The minister ««>rv«»d n building Hlx of tho leader« wore nr-
The two complaining witnesses
is to try to avert the threatened legis want of confidence in Judge Nolaud.
th«» aggressors In today's conflict.
pnrt of his life In mi institution for reateil Thl« nftornoon «coro« of
lative fight over Judge John D. Works
The dead sailor is H. G. Wvidllch the deaf and dumb. The groom Is boodluins attaiki-d the woincn and
and A. G. Spaulding It is rumored ,
of the battleship Louisiana. Conflict tho «on of th«, lat«' Parson Woods of toro tho clothlng from tho suffrag-
leased on $250 bail each.
that Meyer Lissner. chairman of th--1 honest mau.
ing stories ar«* told regarding his Sprtngv'lle. who Inft n fortune In <»ttr«‘ bai k« Tho tight ing whlch fol-
Republican Central co:*’mitt.-' wl’’
lowi-il wn» »ternly rvpn-.-iw-d by iIn
Rome snv that he was seel-I ranch property.
be proposed for the toga if the lead- | esting career. He has had liis strug CAVALIERI PAID TO STAY
polle«», who arrcHti'd 300 peraona
dentally drowned, others claim he
era do not agree on either Spaulding .
AWAY FROM AMERICA was a victim of th«» rioting.
Detona of tho women waro bruì «od.
lowship has enabled hint easily to con
noni» wn« serloiisly Injurod.
quer all tendency to sorrow. In 1878
MANY VISITORS ATI’END
—thirty-two years ago—Benson was Given «25.000 to Remain Abroad
FREE PASSAGE FOR AMER
THE 1*1 BLIC LIBRARY
During tlie Promut Musical
The Miller Photo company has Just
admitted to the bar in California.
ICAN SHIPS IN CANAI. I He put out bis shingle in the beauti-,
completed one of the finest panorama
Over Two Thousand Person» Called photographs of thia city that lisa ev«»r
i ful city of San Jose, and was associ-
PacISc Coast Congress EndotM»» S hi . a ( ed w U h W m Q L orfgan one of the
During the l*a»( Month—1.15
been taken It la so distinct that ev
NEW YORK. Nov. 18.- Lina Cav
Francisco as Site for the Ex-
mOj|t 8Uave Irighmen that hlt thltl
ery house seen In th«» picture enn ho
Book» Clrt ulat«'«l
alier! has acqui.-ed more Chanter
Westers land, a man who has frank- money Not much this time—a mere
I distinguished and It ombracoa th«» Two Men sail Two WOmeu Mort
Death Near Mariropa, t N»llf.—< «o»-
' nees and happiness written in his big
The following is th»- report of the | -»nt I re stretch of country from the
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18- A res-1 handsome face today, as he sits on trifle of $35.000 or so. She did not
Man I »axe» Wife and I liiltlrx-n
have to say "I lov«» you", to get It; | public library for the month of Octo-
olution calling for free passage for ; the supreme bench of California.
th«» farthest house In the additions
she merely said "I agree not to come her:
American ships between American ! where he is considered one of the
to America to sing during the operatic
Number of visitors, afternoons, that have been laid out to J ho south
BAKERSFIELD. Nov IS. F. I*
ports through the Panama canal was j most erudite jurists. Benson and
and concert season of 1910-11.
evenings. 1.065. Total number of the city.
Stephens, 4 3 years old. his chauffeur
passed by the congress, and they also [ Lorigan lived over in Santa Clara,
The picture Is on exhibition at the
It was Larned tonight from an au of visitors. 2.0 13.
and two unidentified women wore In
adopted a resolution calling on con i four miles from San Jos«». Santa
uptown office« of th«» company In the
thoritative source that Cavallerl had
stantly killed near Maricopa today
gress to provide twenty-five additional Clara is known as the oldest mission
accepted a certain sum which was un 2. Religion 6, Sociology 4. Useful Star Drug store, and orders nre being when the automobile In which htay
regiments of infantry for the coast town in California. Even today they
named. from one of the Chanler fam Arts 1. Literature 6. History 3, Blog
were riding overturned Stephens 1»
and a corresponding increase in the i point with pride to their adobes which
ily direct, and in return had agreed ri.pbv 4. Fiction 383. Juvenile 27 be had In the way of a picture of married and leaves a wife and two
cavalry and artillery, doubling the were denizened by the residents be-
Klamath Falla than thia Intent effort
to remain abroad. To do this she had Tolyl circulation 435.
children In Oakland.
present harbor defense and the con : fore the Gringo came. Benson and
of the .Miller company.
to break all her contracts calling for
struction of a breakwater at Monte Lorigan. in those days, used to drive
operatic and concert performances in .116. 1 club. I complimentary; num-
rey harbor was indorsed. Also a into their offices with a team. They
this country during the present sea I ber of fin«"« collected 21, number of
highway from Southern California to were young and brilliant and ardent.
; books rented 18.
Canada was urged. San Francisco Moreover they were jolly good fel
was endorsed as a site for the Pana- lows. They were Bohemian in those
gay and careless days, and halycon
ARMS ANO AMMUNITION ARE SEIZED
A committee of ten was appointed ones. Old timers in San Jose would
to select the next meeting place tor j til? you of the mischief making of
the congress. The following annual these young limbs of the law on their
RAIN MAKKS FOUNDATION Ttx» TWELVE
A cholee* 11« ik ‘ <»tf Invest-
officers were elected:
wav to and from their office. Yet they
Governor Gillett president, Johns1 srcumulated a big practice.
niente thiit xvill nnike
Scott of California, Governor Brady
I am not certain as to the exact
of Idaho, A. B. Manley of Oregon, period of their dissolution of partner-
Six teen-FooC Board Walk Will Ik- N-oder of Movement Again»! Presi
Governor-Elect Oddle of Nevada. Gov sh.'o, but if my recollection of the
dent Diaa I» Watched by
I Mid on Much Portion» a* Are
ernor Spry of Utah. J. D. Lowman of facts as narrated to me be correct.
Secret Service Men
Seattle, Wash., E. W. Johnston of Henry Benson was as adventurous as
Maska. John S. Knapp of Arizona, Bill Lorigan was ambitious. Lorigan,
vice presidents; J. J. McLaughlin Of I understand, went
SAN ANTONIO. Texas. Nov. 17.—
The r««cent rains have made the
with D. M. Delmas, tnd learned dean roadway on Main and Sixth street so Francisco Maders, a- leader In the i
of California law. and Benson came soft that it will be impossible for the movement against the president of
NEW YORK BUILDING 18
to Southern Oregon. He had grit, Warren Construction company to Mexico, is watched here by sixty se
TO OVERTOP THE SINGER courage, hope and a wife and child— complete the work of laying the pav cret service men. It is declared that
MASON A. SLOUGH
but be had no money. With that un ing on those streets this winter un through the vigilance of the secret
NEW YORK. Nov. 18.—Plana have failing fortitude which is always a less the weather clea-rs up and stays service It baa been discovered that
been filed here for the erection of a dominating trait of the child of an that way until the roadbed gets dry Maders Is the leader In an alleged
46-story building at the corner of Argonaut, he gaily sunk his love for and bard again. It is hoped that the plot of twelve of the Mexican states
Park place and Broadway, oposite ^is profession and took a job as weather will continue fine enough ho to start a revolution.
The dispatches declare that a revo
the postofflee. It will measure -from school teacher. He economised, and that the paving can continue and the
rhe street level to the cupola 625 feet, in a few years was enabled to under paving company will make every ef lution In these states was frustrated
and will cost $7,000,000. The foun take the practice of his profession fort to complete the work, but they by the authorities here, who learned
dations are already completed, and again, a practice which he has con do not control the elements, and con that great quantities of arms and
the building will be finished in about
sequently if it rains much more the
a year. The builder is F. W. Wool it to himself.
work will be discontinued for thia here. It is reported that 2,000 rifles
and thousands of rounds of ammunl-
After an interim of two years he season.
worth. The new structure will be
thirteen feet higher than the Singer will resume again his seat on the cir-
In case the paving cannot be coni- tion were concealed In the caves
MRS. M. McMILLAN. Prop’r.
tower, and will rank as the second cult bench, His knowledge of the pleted it is the Intention of the city along the Rio Grand«» and In Mexican
law is deep and profound. He is a to lay a plank roadway sixteen feet cities. Large quantities of the am-
tallest building in the world.
The architect is Cass Gilbert, de- broad-guaged and tolerant man. He wide on that portion of the streets ' munition have been seized.
-Igner of the New York custom knows the world and the frailties of not now covered with the paving. It
house and other public buildings. A men. He is naturally of a sympa will enable teams to haul loads dur PASSENGERS SAFE WRECKED
novel feature of the plans is a 100- thetic disposition. He Is just the ing the wet weather, and will not be
foot swimming pool in the basement. ; class of man to exemplify in his rul i so expensive as crushed rock.
KAT ALLA, Alaska, Nov. 17.—All
ings the doctrines preached over a
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
It is hoped that the weather will
| the passengers of the wrecked steam
century ago by Lord Justice O’Hagan permit the paving to continue.
OUR NEW CIRCUIT JUIKTE
er Portland are safe in this town this
in his famous esays entitled "Punish
1 afternoon. They are being housed in
ment and Reformation." He can be
, hotels and the homes of citizens, and
Judge H. L. B<-nson—An Appreciation lenient and firm as equity demands NEARLY THROUGH WITH
Ill UCH TOWN
•ml «Il urli : la
either. He can temper justice with
COUNTY ROCK < RUSHER will proceed northward on the next
ride j»»»! rihtlai a
»» « •($> *»:*(!« an
mercy. The lawyers recognize In
By P. H McE.
II Vy «ukin< money Us< W t >teJ-r /ull fitrn,
until you receive
<- I *,.>«.-
•»U Me ghia
Now that the aspc-> »ties of the re
r.y .nr, anywhere
,i tywhrre in th«
t|,r I <J. S. unth**/
//i. . ' < .1 , eni Jegettf
- f . .4
Now at Work Near John Gleam
PARLIAMENT WILL BE
•bow TEN 1RAYM* FKfcK I KI Al. .........
. i yi le ma
cent campaign havq b<»en roftened by and it must be borne in mind tha-t in :
•ut It I»» any teat pxi wtah. Il you ar« tU$« not prrtr. t|v ___ f«. . I « . ito B» I Migli IO
—Take Five Days More to
DISSOLVED THIS .MONTH
that great healer—Tir-ie—It behooves Klamath county the average of Intel- i
keep the IncyUe ship it tMck to tM at our rrtamae arwi
t i// Httt Ae ear/ «*«« « r«/.
rs it tt jMsMiblc tu malta
1« on a
Finish tile SeaHon
FACTORY prices :::.,*, -
all citizens to give -i word of encour- lect
’ * in **
“ ’ legal ’ profession
ri'iry coat. You mt I»»
to In mt.Mlefn*n'a
profits b» buy
«t.i•*•« t .4
u« « »«l I L
- . ( ..4 hi ., ti
LONDON. Nov. 18. Lord Asquith
age ment and good cheer to the new
. ut rour buyrla.
NoT III Y
,. » , rm o It
a b >• , l.
• • <
at -»«ry >*■»«* until you rareiw our caii <>vu«a god learu our u>.hg < t .1
Though It Is not a popular theory.
announced that parliament would be
officials. The writer received a letter
/rrrej an4 temarhablg
m I effort in riiirr
E. S. Phillips came from the conn dissolved November 28th. thus insur
’his afternoon from San Francisco, in it is conceded by those best competent
WILL BE ASTONISHED
- .. year. Üe
Zew>r«4W wéeaa make
u , »...
which it was stated that Theodore I Io Judge that the lawyers who prac- ty rock crusher, which is now operat ing a general election before Chrlst-
than any other taciory.
We ir • vni.hr4 ,1 ».
... 1 .. .
BlcrCLJK bE ll l.ilS. p ,
„ «ILO«« U<r.u. (.„Ù./ > ur
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BeU’s letter to his successful oppo- I , tfee In a court are those best skilled ing near the John Gleam hill, and
or price«. Orders tilled the
nent, Hiram Johnson, was a model of to ce'ermtne the competency of ‘.he says that they will be through with
— YC1.KM. We
<lo not rrvihrly han-Hn i<*n | »
I k r on hand
illy hare a num
our < lu<-4«o retail «.ir,
consummate sagacity and, using the presiding judge. And estimated on
tanrin< from 03 to BM or BIO. I)«»-, nptive t 4 ,
1 «*« . ,41|,4 (r, #
rarrt aquipmrnt of all
alliterative system, a document of this scale Mr. Benson has the confi
polished, perfect politeness. It was dence cf the lawyers and hence the The farmers were busy hauling roeg
congratulatory from the vanquished qnzliflcations that denote true legal on the Midland road until the last
to the conqueror.
rain, and all that now remains Is to
The man who is a generous loser
Judge Benson is In addition a man put on the finer surface coating. This
The regular retati fir tre at thete tiret it
is a rattling good man and a natural I i of wide reading end much learning I will be done at once. When that Is
same It sometimes makes a dif
This would be natural, for he comes completed the season’s work wll be
ference where you go.
RO MORETROOBLE FROM FURCTORES L
It is in this spirit that conquerors of a stock that has always been de over, and much good will have beer,
MAILS. Ta<-k« or <llaa« will not I»« «lie ■
We study to accurately sup
and conquered alike should view the voted to educat ten and the learned done to the roads south of town.
air uuL Hi.ty IhoiiMn-l pair« «<>l<l la»l y< ar. U
ply your wants at every point
Over two hundred tliouaand pair« now in uae. V
result of the recent campaign in professions. His brother, Sanford O.
The county has furnished the
DT»OIHPTIOIIt Made In all yleea. It 4 a lively I
Klamath county. Some good men Benson, la one of the most popular rock free to the farmers If they woul-1
of the jewelry business,
•nd eftny riding .very din able n nd lined Inaide with ’
• •pedal quality of rubber, which never become«
have gone down to defeat, it is true, and oldest working newspaper men In haul it to the places where It was
To that end we have thought
poroua an<! which do* a up «mail puncture« without allow-
No,lea tho think rtihlwr *r»»<4
but there is nothing humiliating in an California1 For twenty-five years he t r eded and spread it on the road.
ingtheairtoetk-ape. Webave hunaredaof letterairoma-itl*-
“A'* anil limo-tura stri,.» il'*
flcdcua(otner«atatlnff that their tireahaveonly been pumped
occasional political disaster. The was city editor of the 8an Jose Morn This they did, and the result is that
"II," alno Hin »trip •• li
The result of our planning
to pravant rlin i-uttln«. Itila
•n ordinary tire, the Juncture reftisthigqunhlic«being given
political game is one filled with ups ing Mercury, the leading dally in Cen n-any stretches of road will be made
will null»»«, mir iitlo-r
is here awaiting your opinion.
by several layer« or thin specially |>n j «red fabric*-u the
moka NOS'I', l.l.A-iilt) m>4
and downs, and it Is the equanimity tral California, and is still In harness passable this winter which otherwise
tread. The regular price of these tires is fH.¿oper pair,but f<»r
tu hing .
advertising purposr * wear? making asp»*« *.al factory price to
From collar buttons to dia
of the individual whiefi ultimately tri on the same paper.
would bave been impassable mud
the rider of only $4 Ko |F*r pair. All ordcaahlpped same day letter h received We ship C O D on
approval. You do not t»ny a cent until you have examined and found them strictly n$ rrpreM iiinl,
umphs over the sordidness of the
Many of the residents of Southern I ole«.
We will allow a cash discount of 5 |><r cent it hereby making the price BI.AA ¡i-r pilr il >«*n
Oregon know his brother Kra-nk Ben
send FIJLL CASK Wll II OKDKIt and eucloae thia advertisement.
Ymi nin no tl*«k In
ua an order aa th« tlrea may l»e returned at <>L»l eapytiae If for any reason they «ra
One of the closest battles here was son, the present estimable secretary
This Is our invitation to you
not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and 111 nrv sent touaisaas.it' ia in a
bank. If you order ■ pair of theie tire«, you will find that they will rl-le ea.ler, run f.i.irr,
that of circuit judge. The people may of state. His father was one of the AVIATOR KILLED IN
to see It. We do not ask that
wear better, I*»« longer and bok finer than «iiv tire »ou have ever n»rd or seen nt anyp-i e
FALL WITH MACHINE
be pardoned for displaying a hesita strong men In the Methodist ministry
you need anything. You’ll find
know that you will 1» no w< li pleated that when y >i want a t>»rvcle yon w-!l pive u. your order.
tion in resolving tbelr doubts into In California-, and was loved alike by
pleasure In just seeing—and
<1"n'l I y an- I in.L.i any , ti. , until you er--I f - - .
f efsKO Hrdgc*l...... I I* nctuie-Pro-J tlrea on apt-ro- il and ni.l ..t
the crosses that tel! the tale when the members of his own and other creeds.
DENVER, Nov. 18- Mr. Johnstone,
we In showing.
the apeci al introdu< lor v price quoted altrnre; or write for our Ing Tire and Smuit y Cata login whku
count is lined up. Judge Noiand, a I Such Is a brief appreciation of one one of the Wright aviators, while giv
deacribea and quoia-a all mukesand klnda of tire» nt alenit ha If 7 he «taunt prKaa.
b«t write W• peetal today 1X1 N«>T THINK O* III'« I ' ‘
democrat (and surely there is no of the strong, big men of Klamath ing exhibitions at Overland Park, fell
£J(J fvCJ 4 VvXlf 4 or a pair of II * - froi'i . hi . one until yo- I ■
v t: , o
harming In being, as Dooley would Falls, a man of sterling worth, a man a distance of 200 feet today, his ma
offera we are making, ft only ("Ma a postal t> i i.uevtr ihi.g. Wii.il NOW.
■ay, a dlmmycrat) had served on the who knows his duty and has the cour chine turning over and over as It de-
bench for two years. He came to this age to discharge it.
• scended. Johnstone was killed.
SELECTING A U. S. SENATOR
M ASON & S l OU G H
' /¿T WARTED-A RIDER AGENT
X SELF-HEALING TIRES