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collided with a lelsphons pole ut t|i>!
Mary P. Roas, a slater of Mrs. Max- no reason there should not be 25.000
- col lier of Multi uud Front streets, r«
.well, came over from Lakeview Thurs persons living here before ten year«
suiting In the ih-alh of Wurren Hodge,
day, and next morning left for Port have passed away
w«-i>- incorrect, Inasmuch ss It wan i
land. where they will visit Mr. and
"The people who live here do not
HFX I NT LAWN GIVE THEM THE
titled that the bridle snap wuh fas
Mrs. .Maxwell's daughters.
notice the change so much as those
RIGHT TO BUY LAND
tened to the taller ring un«l not to
who left before the growth began,
the bit. The snap was properly liook
but we can see It, and I don’t see any
<*d Io the bit, hut It contained ii Haw,
reason why the gr >wth should cease. ’
ir 4 onlciition of liiotrh l Ittorio y 1« Alxmt Four Humlred < lutin» Will
I'RIHED AT < ITY'H GROWTH
Mr. Johnson will go after some of
Illumining Justices on tlie Supreme which cuusod It to break. The Ar«-
ducks that frequent the waters In
Bench Thirteen Years Older
Ih-iirves K lanuti li Falls Will Have
It Is very «-usily seen.
this vicinity, and expects to get the
Than Recent Ap|»>int«-e
"All blame has been taken from tlx-
limit bag when his old friend Jabe
Next Five Years.
iix-mlx-rs of th«- Aro department for
takes him out.
A li-giil que-sllon which means a
A considerable portion of th«
WASHINGTON, D C„ Nov. 1».
O H. Johnson, who now resides in
"Th«- entire «-ity was shoekctl to gr< at deal to the owners of land un- Klamatli Indian reservation will prob-
X isit in Portland
Should Assoilat-' Justice Charles E.
d«-r th«- government reclamation ser ubly be occupied by white men In the Ashland, but who lived here twenty-
Hughes be made chief justice of the
wife and daughter of
vice I m Involved In the case which the roiii future, owing to a recent ruling tbree years ago, is in the city visiting
Dulled States he will not only bo the was highly i-steemod by nil who knew Klumiiih .Navigation company is Aght- of th«- government. Under that rul bls old friend J. A. Houston. Mr. Paisley and Mrs. Joe S. Lane of Lake
youngest member of the present su him He was a member of tlx- B I* Ing In th«- federal court.
ing th«! land of Indians who have died Johnson was for a number of years view, came over on the stage Friday
preme bench, but th« youngest pre O. Elks, und ths funeral wiih h« Id
night and left on the train next morn
h sold instead of being probated and located In Gai held. Wash., but for
siding justice, save two. In the his utxl* i tlx lr inispl««-» "
for Portland, where they will vlalt
Southern I’aclA«- Railroad company th«- proceeds of th«- sal«- distributed to
tory of the court John Jay, appoint-
friends and relatives.
land. II- »aid to a reporter:
for »50,000 damages, which thev Ills heirs.
«d In I7M9 by Prosidc.it Washington,
"Klamath Fails has made a re
claim resulted from tlx- building of
Ai present the property of Ralph
was nt that time 35 years old, und
tlx railroad ov«-r tlx- straits leading Jack..on, one of the w«-althl«-st Indians markable growth since I left here,
lohn Marshall, appointed In 1 so I.
Jones is what they call a
to Low«-! Kliiiuath Lak«-, thereby ob of tin- reservation. Is being off«-r«d for but It is nothing to what the city will
was 40. Hughes 1s now 4H years old.
structing th«- pa sag«- of the boats to sail under this act, and it Is stated | mak«- during tlx- next Ave years. This book farmer.
There have been eight chief justices
Hocker—Yes, he has used up two
la>wer Klamath laik«-. The matter Is i that - ventually about tub claims will I city will hav«- a population of 10.000
since the creation of the court In
or 15,000 by that time, and there is check books already.- New Tork Sun
now In such a state that tlx« govern-) be dixpoi - d of.
17*9 Jay, who wua 36 al the time
m«-nt may b<- Involved, amt a verdict
Th<- claims Involved cover from so
of his aolecllon; Rutledg«', f>»i; Ells
in favor of tlx- Navigation company j to )<;<i acres, the grazing land being
worth. 56; Marshall. <•»; Taney, 59;
might iiiak«- the judgment payable by in th«- latter areas while the agricul-
Chase, 6«; Waite, 5X, and Fuller, 56
tlx- I'nltcil States and ultimately by I tural lands cover the smaller
Everyone of the present justices of
tlx- r«-<’lainatlon service, which meqns I amounts.
th<' supreme court la ut iMit thirteen
«lx- owik rs of tlx- land und« r tlx- pro
Under the n«-w ruling the land« of
vears older than Hugh«-»
jects lnvolv«*d Tlx- following from tlx Indian» may finally be purchased
who lias b«eu |fr< -Idlng justh«- since
tlx- Portland Oregonian explains the by tl.« white nu n who ar«- enabled to
Htl.KM. Nov 19 Heverul Oplll-
Chief Justice Fuller's death, la 67;
ie< ur<- land» they otherwise could not
White la »5. McKenna la 57, Holmes Ion« d<-ulhig with tlx- vffect of th-- ’
If th«- suggcMtIon made by United «.btaln.
is 59, Day la 51, and l.urton la 66.
bom« rule itux-txliio-tit on the lottili Stat«-» District Attorney Mci’ourt In
Practitioners before the court have opt lull Ina w-'ii- handed down by A' th«- suit of th«- Klamath Navigation
recalled the history of the first pre torn* > Gt-m-rul Crawford today
company against the Southern Pa-
siding justice, John Jay lie was »«*
In rei <I m > s << to liKiulrlcM from L W I'lA«- for 160,000 datnag«-». resulting
lected by Washington to h«nd tlo link- r, mayoi of Gias» Valley, tl.« from < loxiug the Htraiti« Ix tweeii tlx-
court in 17H9, but resigned shortly attorney gem ral holds that a <-<>tint< Klamath River and lx»w«-r Klamath I l'erxi« tili-s VII Brnixli«-« of Hociety,
after to become governor of New which Is <lr> »ml votes wet will b< Lak«- Is Hupportr-d by evidence before
I 'i» < inlly tlx- Young—Parents
York, Now tlx* court hai< claimed Ho* com- wet January 1, 1 !» I 1 Although Judg<- Bean, and tlx- court holds the
Nhould < oiisitler It
governor of New York, reversing the th« r<- Is no k | h -<'IA<' statement as to Navigation company's claim just. It
time In this restx-ct. the local option will be the federal government which
WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 19
law places January 1st as tlx* tlnx 1« liable, not th«- railroad company.
’laxik out for th«- love Incubo».’’
Judge Bean declares that th«« gov
when a county shall beeonx dry In
Many Washington parents are seri-
rasa It votes In favor of prohibition ernment attorney's contention that lousl,-. considering this warning deliv-
It la Inferred from this that the law tb<- railroad company hail r«?cr-lve<! i «-red by the Rev. E. Hex Swem. pas-
permission from the government to jtor of the Capital Baptist church.
would also work Inversely.
Tlx- attorn«)' general holds that th«- brldg«- tlx- traits and that b«-<-ausc of
"ThlH Incubus," he said, "may be
st rails universal. I don't know about that. 1
home rule anx-ndnx-nt will probably the reclamation work the
ra-k<-rs (Cartoe), regular So-
taka •-tT«-rt January 1st In the case of would have been drained I any way. But 1 do know that it creates havo«-
NEU ORLEANS. Nov 17 -Ur«» a county and city voting wet. Th«-
[In Washington. Girls and boys In'
tests against th«- proportionately
I school, young people at theaters.
This opinion and the decision It | misses and youths on the street are ;
•mull n umbel of Cat boll«» holding other vote. When a- precinct votes
Table Fruit, per dozen. assorted . . .
f<-«l«-rnl a ml stat»- office« aixl tlx- fall- dry und th«- county remain« wet th«- pra-Hag«*« Is of Interest to all sections affliit-d with It.
. . »5c
Cream, nine cans ...............................
«ir<- of the alate to pay for »«-cular cd precinct will remain dry. says the at where reclamation work Is going on.
”1 see It everywhere. And often-
. . IO.
It sugg'-stH that with tlx- government tlm«-- the parents do not discover the :
ucatlon In Catboll«- • bools, dentin torney general.
Rolled Oats, 16 pounds for ..............
Xnswerlng C. L. Ireland of Moro, taking th«- responsibility for the dam ravages in their own family until a ;
elation of obacene plays an«l the Im
l*<-arl» of Wheat, per pa« kage . . . .
. . 15c
moral and pernicious motion pictur« th«- attorney general says n city may
secret marriage Is divulged.
. . »Oe
»hows,” ami an earnest «-ntu-nty toi «alt an «-lection, sp«-cla) or regular. In th«- ultimate cost of the reclamation
R«-guiar OO>- Tea. per | m > uih 1 .............
' We can't stamp It out, like ty-1
Catholic« to combat socialism. fea April to vote on the qix-stlon of wet to the users of the land will be in- ; pl old or malaria, either,” continued i
! Dr. Swen. "The best we can do is to j
tur«-«| th«- annual report of I’reshlent or dr* under the home rule atnend- creMad
The Klamath Navigation company i regulate it like the corporations and [
He holds further that a pr«>-
Edward Feeney of Brooklyn at to- nu-iii
day’s »«-sslon of the ninth annual con clnct vote 'rs-nnot deprive n city of i formerly opera!«-«! st«-amers and ' par- nts had better be considering the '
Regular 920 and «22.50 Suits
vention of th«- American F< deration constitutional right granted at th«- launch«-» between Klarnath Falls and problem.”
Regular «17 Suita......................
same election No part of a precinct ! Lalid's Landing on th«- Ixiwer Klam
of Catholic societies
itegular »3.50 Pania..................
"The fe«l«-ratIon lias no candidate outside of the city limits can bo al- ' ath laik«-. In California. The district i LAiMn aid flocunr
for public place," he said, "but it lowetl to vote on the question of pro- ( attorney <-ont«-ndi« that aside from the
ELM TN THE OFFICERS
Other Prices in Proportion
seems that In proportion to tlx- num hiliitlon so that It shall affict tho peo- railroad's part In the case It is per-
•yer of Cnthollo under th«- flag here pl«- within the limit« of n corporal-- tnls»ab]e for the government to hatn- Intm-Ming Nrsaion Held Thursday j
and In <>ur iusiiliir i>oHMc»»|ona. we city xr town, and it shall be the duty I p< r navigation when a beneAt to a
Getting it«-a<l) for Bazaar to
hav«> by no mean» a sufficient r.-pre ■ >f th«- county court to re-district th«- I greater number of people would re-
He Held Next Mouth
•rotation In thr publie service Fur precincts so that they «hall Include n<> i suit.
iher, thorn- selected by our govern 1 part «if the Incorporated city In voting
The Ladies Aid society of the Meth- ,
meat for rea|M>nalble public |HisltloiiH on prohibition.
odist church had an interesting ses-:
Replying to a-question put by J. D.
should lx- real and not nominal Cath-
¡don last Thursday. The ladies are
I Walch of Joseph, th«- attorney general N< l«-< t tie M«-n Wli<> Will l,n-»i«l<- Over very busy getting ready for their ba
Turning to the theaters lie »ahi I says that ns soon as tho governor is-1
zaar and big dinner that takes place j
tl««- l.«xlg«- During th«- Com
"An Indignant Catholic protests that ail«-» a proclamation decl/iring th«-
December 1st and 2d.
devotees of the ao-call<><! advuixcd home rule amendment a law. Joseph
The following officers were elected
school* in th«- last few years have del will have th«- exclusive right to say
I • or the ensuing year:
At tlx- nx-eting o'f Ewauna En
uged the United State« with an ob whether liquor may b<> sold In Its cor- i
No. 16. I O. O. F., Friday
scene drama, which scoff*, at mar point«- limits. In the case of Joseph :
Vice President—Mrs. W. Barnes.
riage, ami as a result this element of tlx- county vot«>d dry and Joseph
Secretary—Mrs. R. R. Hamilton
i electi-«! tn th«* offices for th«- ««nsulng
social purity has become the target Syndicate has been strengthen«! by a
Treasurer Mrs. E. B Ramsby.
A Large Line to Select From at Your Own Price
for the shafts of the voluptuary, u fer number of new powerful members,
Mrs. W. W. Masten. the former
tile source of ribuld jest to the vul trlct anil in Upp«-r Silesia. Th«- Rivet
president, is spending the winter in
High Priest—M. R. Doty.
gar humorist and a never-falling mine The International Sl«-eper Kartell hu«-
Produce and Eggs Taken at Market Prices
of Indelicate innuendo to th«* drama also h« «-n stri-ngthi'ned by the addl-
Scrllie W. O. Smith.
tlst Th«- obscene play ha» been sup- lion <>f a number of Russinn works
Gone to Portland
Junior Ward«-ti Percival Sholl.
Same as Cash
No Goods Delivered
pleinented by the Immoral and per The syndicate movement has also
J. W. Maxwell, a wealthy sheepman
The Installation will take place
nicious motion picture show, which spread to a number of other metal in
duatrles: an International Zinc Fur next month.
«lebauchee young children."
Feeney urges th«- suppi vssion by nace Sy ndiente and an Intr-rratlona)
th«- civil authorlti«*« of obscene und Copper Syndicate Is being 'ormed.
Th«- timber Industry i>as addition
objectlonabl«« Alms dlsp1a.v«-d in pie
al syndicates. Th«» Match Syndicate
has b«-«-n form«-d to safeguard tho
mutch trade, particularly necessary at
BROKEN ill < KI.E CAI MEN
present, as the government has placed
DEATH OF WAHREN IIODGE
heavy taxes on matches.
"Additional amalgamations have
Wagon C<1HI<I< <I Willi Telephone l*<»l< taken place during the last twelve
While Ito-Ing Driven to Fire— •
months. Some prominent shipping
lines and som«> large batiks have
amalgamated: one of the most im
E. B. Ramsby returned from M-’d- portant of the year was the amalga
ford last Thursday where he took mation of a mining company and fur
J. E. Bodge, the Klamath Fails tallor. nace owning concern with a shipping
who wait called there by the Injury of company.**
The attorney general says It shall
bls brother, who was hurt while driv
ing to a Arc. which resulted In his ho tho duty of the county court to Is
sue an order placing prohibition In
Warren Bodge was hurt Saturday effect In the county, but the homo rule
evening by a buckle on the harness amendment will except Joseph from
of the chemical engine ho was driving tho order of tho court declaring tho
breaking as ho was hastening to a county dry and the city may provld«’
Are. Ho was thrown against a tele by ordinance what shall bo required
phone pole and struck his head in of any person conducting a saloon
such a way that a clot formed at tho within tho city limits. A vote on local
base of tho brain, from the effects of option within the corporate limits
may also be called. Another opinion
which he died Monday afternoon.
Nows of his brother's Injury was along tho lines similar to the above
sent to Mr. Hodge here, and he at was furnished for Gilbert W. Phelps,
once engaged Mr. Ramsby to drive district uttorney at Pendleton.
him to Medford, arriving there at 2
o'clock Monday afternoon, a ft-w min
PRESIDENT INSPECTS NAVAL
utes before Mr. Bodge died.
BASK AT GUANTANAMO
The funeral was hold yesterday un
der tho auspices of tho Elks, of which
ON HOARD CRUISER TENNESSEE
Mr Bodgo was a member.
Speaking of tho accident the Med I Wireless to Key West), Nov. 19 —
President Taft Inspected the naval
ford Mall-Tribune says:
"It has developed that the early re base at Guantana-mo. It is not de
ports regarding tho accident of Satur cided whether to land at Charleston
day evening when the chemical wagon or Hampton Roads.
THE YOUNG CHIEF JUSTICE
IHÏOIÏES FlfH IHOÜSAND DOLLARS PROPERTY Of INDIANS FOR SALE
Closing Out Entire
Men’s and Boys’ Clothing
If he takes the Republican. If he
does not urge him to do it, so as to
lend a hand in the fight for his