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for Chico last Hnturday, where he will
Hams. Margaret Williams, Nina Noel,
attend the annual meeting of the
Greta McMillan. Beatrice Clenden-
stockholders of that company.
nlng. Hasel Goeller, Margaret Goeller.
Bertha Kills and Lisste Houston
CALIFORNIA APPROPRI ATEN *47, DIHTRKT ATTORNEY ANKE» TO >T||11<|,
BUDGET FOR RIVER AND RAIL
Messrs Ralph Hum, Hardin Carter.
Harold Sargeant. Ralph Bullard. Ed
NOW IN <1 KN Kit A I, I HE
BOR WORK PREPARED
win Cox. Earnest Nail. Earl Brittan,
! Reinhard Motachenbacher, Reid Bain, When Awured of the K x | mm UG« hi an
Nystem Is IHvlarcd to Exist Mainly
Gory Accounts of llw Mortui-Nelson
Total Appropriation for United Htates
Floyd McMillan. Willie McMillan and
Extensive System of Highways
In tlu< Minds of Writers of
Go Arouse Ir«- of Church
SOLVES QUESTION OF PU1IIJ41TY Joe Skelton.
Waterways Is Biai.ail7.lM I—
Will He Built
FOR KLAMATH COUNTY
Oregon Gets R70A.OOO
NOTED JURIST DIES
WASHINGTON, D. C„ Nov. II —
Special to The Herald.
IN CLEVELAND TODAY
The "third degree" as a moans of get
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 26.—Cali
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov SI
!f is ting criminals to confess rxtata prin
WASHINGTON, D 0., Nov. 28.
fornia has appropriated >47,000.000
Judge Tyler Succumbs at " o'clock to finance and to prepare tor the Pan probable that the blow thut knockeu cipally In the minds of dramatists an I The estimates of the river and harbor
out Battling Nelaon has end-! prize social writers, and there is no gen- improvements for ‘hr year ending
This Morning—Had an Inter
ama-Pacific International exposition
t.ghtlng tn California. Acting uh
practice of "third degree" moth* July 1, 1912, as contained in the an
Next i»««« Will Be O b I About Ikwm-
«ory accounts of Saturday'* buttle ••da in use throughout the country.
nual report of Goueral lllxbey, chief
ber lath, »nd Will S uit »**
CLEVELAND. Nov. 26.—Judge sition, and November 8th they au which appeared tn the paper?, attor
This was the glut of the testimony of the army ennfneers, aggregate
th«> First One
Robert W. Tylor. judge of the federal thorised. with a tremendous majority ney J E. White of the Church Fed- given to the special senate senate 632.127.261.
district for Northern Ohio, died at 2 of votes, the Issuance of >19.000,000 «■ration, called upon District Atfornev committee appointed to investigate
Among the 211 projects for which
Flckert to proceed criminally against the subject. Attorney General Wick- money was appropriated are the Ohio
o'clock this morning.
in highway bonds that California tn
"Sage Brush and Swamp" is a real
the promoter* and principal* in th«' < rsluitn. Chief Wilkie of the secret river. >3.550 000. the Mississippi.
Judge Tylor had served five terms
ity. It is the new magaxine that has tn congress, handled the prosecution 1915 may be good to look upon when Moran-Nelson fight.
Governor-elect service and Major Byiveutor, chief of 6.1.490.000; the Columbia river above
been in the making for several weeks. of the Roberts polygamy case before the exposition visitors crowd toward Johnson, who ia en route to Chicago
police in the national capital and Celllo Falls to the Snake river. >26.-
It is the outcome of an idea born in congress, sentenced Cassie Chadwick
I and Washington, and Is today nearing I resident of the International Police 000; from Celllo Falls to The Dalles
the mind of E. M. Robbins, manager and settled Cleveland's long street car
| Omaha. I* already quoted a* inclined association, appeared before the com rapids, >600.000; below Portland.
make sure that the harbors of San
of the P C. Lavey A Co.'s offices in I war.
to countenance sparring contests, but mittee.
>50,000, and at the mouth of the Co-
Francisco and San Diego are tn con
this city. When the announcement
' I* unalterably opposed to prize fight
dition by 1915 to handle the increased
was first made that he was to issue a
The Harbor at t.o.’ Angelos gets
shipping that must result from the
magaxine many supposed that it was
Moran is the fighter who was really MINERS IN PERIL WIIKN
>270,000; Ran Lull Obispo county.
to be an adjunct to the business of
Gllfc.tT LAKE BREAKN IXMJHK
responsible for the stopping of the,
■ —■ —
610.000; Ran Fr.inrlsco. >>0 600.
gether >4 7.000.000 has been provided I
Mr. Robbins made
Jeffries-Johnson fight in San Fran-'
Oakland, >150.000 Humboldt. Calif .
little effort to dtspel this rumor.
cisco by his battle with Tommy Me- > Glgiuitic Iceberg Grinds Trvee and >185.000; Grays Harbor. Wash.
the world show.
"I will let the magaxine Calk for |
Carthy. in which the latter was killed. ’
llouiH-a to Hplintrm Waters
>300,000; Rnohon.l«h river, >75,000;
itself,” was his trite statement. And
of River Rising
Ran Joaquin river, >25 000. The Rae-
it is. Sage Brush and Swamp is not j
of the action of the Church Federa
ramento river report Is not yet com
The sum of >17.500,000 provided
the Seals of the laiuncli for Pad-
the tail to the kite of any man. men.
tion to stop prise fighting,
nnUM Prco Bernce
pleted Coos Bay and harbor In Ore-
firm or corporation. It is Mr. Rob
dies and Finally Reach a
Governor Gillett said: "My office;
gor get >40.000, while the lake«- to-
gathered by any state for any exposi will not tak«> any action regarding the
bins' intention to make it a part and
CORDAVA, Alnska, Nov. 26.—
Place of Safety
tho-gulf- project 1« not mentioned
parcel of the substantial development
fight. If the law la violat'd tho thing Th“re *• no trBr<’ of *
000 in bonds voted for a system of to do la for some one to swear out a 1
of the Klamath country, and in time
th*' bank* of ,h”
to have its influence spread through
party of Klamath Falls hunters state highways assure« the greatest warrant. While anyone else can do i,Uw fo»owln« <•»«•
ELKN TO (MINERVE
out Southern and Central Oregon.
a disagreeable experience in the project of its kind ever attempted that. I see no reason for any interfer-1 groal nat“ra> ,ake ln
A few copies of the magaxine have tules of Lower Klamath Lake this
cnee on the part of the governor. Dis ' A tremendous volume of water raised
already been passed out. and wher week, and they will not forget their
trict Attornev Plckert Is running hin Bering River ten feet In four hour*,
The public la cordially invited to
ever it has been seen it excited sur Thanksgiving day for some time to 610.000.000 for San Francisco's har office, and I am running mine.”
und a great Iceberg In the river, when
bor and >1.500,000 for San Diego's
the Imprisoned lake was released. attend the Kites Memorial servir« on
prise and commendation. The gen come.
I crunched In its way to the sea grind- Sunday afternoon. December tlh. at
eral expectations were that it would
Dr. R. R. Hamilton. C. H. Under- Is an evidence that Californians will
be a make-shift, a sort of a money wood. O. L. Carter. Mr. Kirtsch. be ready to take their part in Amer R. II. VERNON NEARLY
: Ing to splinters huge trees and min 2:30. at Houston's opera house.
LOHEN HIM RIGHT EYE ers' shacks. The river was still ris
Hon. R. J Nixon of Yreka, Calif,
getting proposition, issued for the Frank Anthony. James Hilton and ica's effort to gain the commercial
will deliver the address.
purpose of "feathering the nest" of . Charles Graves left here Wednesday supremacy of the Pacific when Uncle
ing at the latest reports.
someone or other. The first issue of morning in the launch Ewauna. with Sam opens the locks at Panama. Rich Fell From a Hay Mow and Cut a Genii
In the Comm of Hin Optic.
the magaxine. however, dispels all the la-unch Rose V. in tow. When and liberal California has shown her
Wound Nearly Healed
suspicion, doubt as to the high qual they arrived at the railroad they took faith in the canal and her own future.
From the northern line of the Gold
ity of the publication or question as the Rose V. and went some six miles
R. H. Vernon, who Is employed on
to its purpose. It is to be published farther toward the lake. Then they en State to the Mexican boundary Is
in the interest—the whole interest— , tied the launch to the shore and sep 800 miles, and by 1915 over this the W. E. Nicholson ranch near Fort
of this part of Oregon. The best proof arated, Dr. Hamilton and James Hil sweep of mountains and valley and Klamath, fell from the hay mow and
of the sincerity of Mr. Robbins is in ton going together. These two sep- plain a system of highways, broad, struck his right eye on something
the fact that the first number repre ’ arated, and the doctor went to a well kept, well paved will give easy that cut a gash one-third of an Inch
A obolo© line of InvoMt-
sents a cost of about 10 cents per bunch of willows, where he had some access to every beauty and richness long across the cornea at the edge of
the iris, through which the Iris pro
copy. He is offering them for sale good shooting, and then started back. in the state.
that xvlll make
truded and which permitted the
for 5 cents each. He agreed with the He came to where the trail branched,
ttic? purohaner money
aqueous humor to «*scape. He was
advertisers that he would issue 1,500 and for some reason took '.be wrong “DEAD" WOMAN TAKEN
brought here, and Dr. Fisher cut off
copies; he has issued 3.000. He has trail which led off Into the tules. He
FROM COFFIN AND LIVES
the portion of the Iris that protruded
sent 1,500 to the Land Show at Chi fired his gun, and when he heard the
and took several stitches In the sev-1
cago. where it will undoubtedly do a answering shot from his friends the
CLEVELAND, Nov. 28.—Shifting ered portion of the cornea-. The oper
great deal of good. These things doctor, instead of retracing his steps
show the spirit back of the publica to where the trail divided, attempted her position In the casket in which ation saved Mr. Vernon his sight, as
tion. It is not Mr. Robbins desire to to break a new trail through the tules she had been borne to the vault as he can see with the Injured eye al
make money out of the publication. to his companions. He had not eaten dead, to be brought back to health ready, and as soon as the wound Is
He will be satisfied for the present anything since morning, and the ef was the experience of Mrs. Anna Hub- healed he will probably be able to dis
if he "breaks even " and Judging from fort to plow through the. tall grass bel of Aurora, Ohio, according to her tinguish objects almost as clearly as
he did before the accident.
the favorable manner in which the . weakened him, and he fell, nearly ex daughter, who lives in this city.
The operation was a very delicate
magazine has been received he will hausted. He got up again, however,
Mrs. Etta Winfield, the daughter
have no difficulty in more than paying and started on his way.
says her mother was taken ill three one, and demonstrate« that there la
Fortunately be had a few shells weeks ago, and was thought to have no necessity for going to another city
It Is a 48-page booklet, 5ftx7. left, and as he fired these before he died. She told the undertaker that to have surgical operations performed
There are twenty-six pages of reading fell the last time his companions were members of her mother's family had while there are so many skilled sur
matter and eight half-tone pictures. able to locate where he was. When been subjetf to trances, and that she geons In a community as there are In
The book is well printed and presents they reached him the doctor had sunk had suspicions that her mother was this city.
a handsome appearance typograph in the grass and water until he was not really dead. Mrs. Hubbel was ac-
ically. It is a credit to Mr. Robbins 1
nearly out of sight, and his compsn- crdingly laid away in a cemetery, the ENGINEER DROPS DEAD
WITH TRAIN AT FULL HPEED
and the city, and merits the fullest ' ions were compelled to carry him to lid of the casket left open.
support of the property owners of the the launch on their backs.
Late that night the sexton, who had
RACINE Wis., Nov. 28.—The Ilves
county and city.
The launch was only built for five, heard of the daughter's suspicions,
The next number will be superior and when they all got tn it the boat went to the vault and discovered that of 300 passengers on train No. 6 on
MRS. M. McMILLAN. Prop’r.
to the first. Mr. Robbins is devoting sunk until the exhaust pipe was un the body had moved. He summoned the Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Paul
all of his time and a great deal of der water and flooded the engine aid, and had the woman taken to a road, bound to Chicago, hung In the
money to make it one unusually fine, They had to use the seats for pad physician, who pronounced her in a balance when Michael Crowley, the
78 rooms and suites. i
and the completion of his plans will dles. and finally reached the tent of trance. After several hours she was engineer, was stricken with apoplexy
Sample Roomie B hi - Room. Parlor«. Two Club
at his post, and died while the train
hold for tlie people of this city some | ; some trappers, where they stayed over again well.
Rooms. Etc.. Etc.
| was running at the rate of forty
miles an hour.
Sage Brush and Swamp will be
The Ewauna is too large a boat to
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
The fireman, noting that his en-
placed on sale in this city today, pass the railroad bridge, and they CHARGEN PRESIDENT TAFT
WITH UNDUE PARTIALITY ginoer did not sound signals for cross-
Copies should be purchased and were to meet the craft at the bridge
Ings, called to Crowley, and receiving
mailed to your friends, Every issue at 7 o'clock that evening. The
sbonld get the widest possible distri- Ewa-una stayed there until 7 the fol ITerddent of Waterways As>ioclali<><i no answer, went to the engineer
Hays Executive Favors the
found him dead.
button from this city. In addition to lowing mornirg, and then came home.
M I and d I • t r t < < to
The fireman stopped the train
selling it here, Mr. Robbins has made As soon as it was learned that the
ilw V im W Ami rihlÜt«
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J-™,------------------- f»V Ufi
»ur . „mi« ««vr> «bare art
backod to Corliss, where the body
arangements for its sale in Pacific party had not returned the Ewauna
Bakin« MOMyUat Wri/o/or JtfU
th*. m ______
frr .»/ ____ t.
<>( yvmr i«t<
W e . fiHIO
removed and another engineer
Coast cities and eventually expects to went after them again.
to anyone, anywhere in the U. ». wi/A«»*./ « rrW
advfitM c ' . >r /
allow TKN DAÏI' FKKK TK1A1. dum< wh.ch Um/ you may n
have it on sale at the news stands
The Ewauna found them this time
II you art thet. not perle« lly ajtlaf | «« a. u- »isu to
to ufi at our e i pense » tul »ew tw// •>«•/ Ar »tl e
throughout the United States.
at the dredger, where they had pad- Waterways association, addressing
format th« hifheat rra<te bxy«!«« it h ix*.lil« to rr.abt
nt «null pm At above actual f a« tory cMt. Yna u»r
died the Rose V. with the seats, as the Deep Waterway convention to
Left for Chico
bv buviiif direct <4 ua anti have th manufa< turrf • <uar-
----------- NOT HUY abóyele
a Poirot i«r<» Iror.t
GOMPERS WILL CONTINUE
they bad done the day before and day, charged that President Taft’»
Charles D. Rhearer, manager of the
•t spy /rut until you roretvt our catalorues and learn our urnMrd ut /*. forjr
AS HEAD OF FEDERATION brought them home fully convinced
and rrMMrAaAZr t jot tai offrrt to rtueir B<rnta.
Chico Construction company, which
YM Will ftF MTÔMI1MFB
r,MJ f bnutlful ratal rue ar4
that a similar experience was not to had resulted in a difference over th«- had the contract for the construction
■ VW RILA DK
study our au|»eib modelt at the
ere ran make you this year We sell the hit he«t (rade Nr yr I* fifor teta money
lakes-to-the-gulf project. He said:
American Federation of Labor Re be desired. Dr. Hamilton will r
than any other tar tory.
We are eatiarted wuh >i «> proitt ai-»ve laciorv * • »».
"President Taft delayed until he! of the sewer nystem In this city, left
B1CYCLJE l)KAI«KtAMe you can aell our biuyules under your owu name plate al
fuses to Grant Western Miners . suffer any serious results from bis ex
ur prices. Ordert filleul the day received.
finally appointed men to the waterway
AND BIC YOLKS. W» So not rmlirif hand'« «»-nnd hand »,kv<U«. but
■mhn M haoduka« In traita hr ow Chira<n rrud atoraa 'I hraa a <>a*r out
works board who, the people fear, are »♦♦♦♦♦•••♦♦»♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦»♦♦e
>3 to «S or «IO. Itaarriptiaa larron Lata tra lad Irra.
Importawl roller rhiatna and pa-dula. Luria, rtuatrl and
Inda at 4o// rAa auao/ rtU.l fritn.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 26—Samuel Gom- BUYING HORSES FOR
There were twenty governors, fifty ,
UNCLE SAM'S USE
pers was re-elected president of the
congressmen and 750 mayors present.
American Federation of labor today.
A SAMPLE PAIR
Edgar L. Thompson of Grants Pass A total of 6,000 attended the conven-l< »
The Federation convention this af
I ' < * i He or she likes. But all the
to lurooouor, oml t
ternoon temporarily refused to grant is here buying horses for use on the
the Western Federation of Miners a government work at the Panama ca
' [ ference where you go.
charter, and on motion of Andrew nal and for the army. He says that OKLAHOMA HAS OVER A
MILLION AND A HALF <>
Furuseth, of the Seamans' union, the the price for horses here is too high,
We study to accurately sup-
NAILS, Tasks or <>I« m will not Ut th«
Western Federation application was
air ouL Sixty thoiiMnil pair« «nl<i UM yrar.
J * ply your wants at every point
Orcr two hundred liiuuMUd pair« now in uae.
referred to the executive council for ford to pay the amounts asked. The Increased 242,07» Since fjxnl Cenaun, < ► of the Jewelry business,
Which Gives the State An
final action. The date for the execu horses are sent to Honolulu and there
and easy riding, very durable and lined imide with
To that end we have thought
« special quality of rubber, which never trecorne«
tive board's next meeting was not set.
porous and which closes up sms 11 punctures without sltow-
I[ and worked.
Rolle« th« thick rtibl^cr treed
on the horse to 8an Francisco, >60
Ins the air toes. spe. We liave’lruridredaol letter« from Mils-
**A ' end puncture atrip* II**
YOUNG PBOPLE HAVE MERRY
**l>." ala» rlin atrip “ II"
from there to Honolulu, and nearly
WASHINGTON. Nov. 26.—The Ok
upon, e or twice in a whole season They weigh no more I han
to prevent rim cutting. This
TIME AT REV. PRATT'S as much more from the latter place lahoma census shows that 1,657,155
will onllaat any other
by several layers of thin, specially preparer) fabric on Hr«
make SOFT. KLAgTlO and
tc the isthmus, and the cost of a persrms reside In that state, an In
tread The regular price of t heart ires in pi 50 per pair, Imt for
From collar buttons to dla-
advert laing pur pose« weare makinira«;w. 1 rl fa, tory j
The C. C. C. Sunday School Claes Gave horse by the time the government crease since the 1907 census of 242,-
mondh it Is, aw we believe, per-
the rider of only >1 *• per pair. An orders shipper) Mine rl iy letter is received We ship C O n rm
them sirir-tly a« repre.enied.
a Party l.aat Night—Many
gets It to its destination is enormous. 978, or 17 per cent. That gives the ! ! feet.
We willallow a e«ah dlsmiunt of 5 |>er cent (thereby making the price ««.AS pr r paui If >"U
Enjoyed the Evening
You run no rlxlc Io
state one new congresman.
This Is our Invitation to you
sending us an order as the tires may Ire returned at Oil II expense If for any reason 1 lie v ar*
SAN FRANCISCO FIRM
not satisfactory on examination. We are perfectly reliable and nmney aeni to us is as safe a« in a
* [ to see it. We do not ask that
bank. If you order a poir of these tires, you will find that they will ride easier, run faster,
The C. C. C. Sunday School class of
IS AWARDED (X)NTRA(T
Not Yet lupo
< ' you need anything. You’ll find
wear better, last longer and fook finer than any tire iou have ever used or seen nt any price. W«
the Preflbyterla-n church attended a
that you will Tie
be so wrl!
want -- a • bi vcle you will rive ua your order.
pleasr-d that when
The Fair Purchaser—Your eggs are J ; p|eMHllre In Just seeing and
want you to send us a trial order at once, h -nee this remarkable tire ofTer.
party at the home of Rev. Geo. T.
WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 26.— all very small today, Mr. Jones.
< > we In »bowing.
TIDTQ don’t l>uy any kind m any price until von send for a pair of
ffl/lff lf££U • >FTfcO Hed^et hot n puncture Proof tire» on appitjv.il nn<l liinl at
Pratt Friday night, and all of the The navy department awarded the
Mr. Jones -Yes’m, they are; but < >
the special introductory prit r quoted aliovr, or write for our big Tire anti Sundry Catalogue which
young people present spent a very contract to the Thompson brick com I’m sure I don't know the reason.
dcMribes an<l quotes all make» and kinds cn lhes at a’-out half the uaiiu I pri« k .
» aba aw but write us a txwtal t<w| n | )(> % i» r III I N K < It Ilf VI NG a birvcl«
pleasant evening. Those who attend pany of San Franciaco for the exten
The Fair Purchaser—Oh, I expect ' »
YY/lff «T or
of tin from
« Irorn an-
I won »Cut
—v nu - f ----------
offers we are making. II only cost» a postal to l< urn enrylhlug. Wills It NOW.
ed were: Misses Margaret Dunbar, sion of dike No. 12 at Mare Island. you took them out of the nests too < >
FOR HIGH GRADE GOODS
Clara Rounsevell, Katherine Wil- The cost will be >102,000.
MILLIONS FH IMMENill
If Will IIIMÏE01Ï «HI
00CI0I IUNILION 60S CHULEO
M ASON & S l OU G H
IV»ASON & SLOUGH
50 HEDGETHORN PUNCTURE-PROOF ‘180