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drkwing, repr»Mntlng a fi,' clutch
ing a dagger. Th« flat and dagger
gave the riamo "Black Hand."
MUTINEERS NOT PUNISHED FIRE CAUSES LOSS OF LIFE
I1ANKEll WAI,Nil WILE NOT
REBEl.H IN BRAZILIAN NAVY GO
(J ain hin frekinim
ARK KNOWN TO
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST TRUST
at Klamath Falls, In ths Stats of Oregon, at ths eloss of business,
January 31, 1010.
New Jersey Paper Box Factory Ds>
Whkrrvliaui Haya Freedom for the
stroyed by Flame»—Life
Hank Wrakrr la Out of tlu<
Hallors Who Seized the Warships Re
Qu rat Ion
Nets Have Many
it' ni lite Vessels to the
CHICAGO. Nov. 26
A special dis
patch from Wushlngion says:
John it. Walsh will not be liberat
RIO JANER1O. Nov. 2«.—The mu
ed from th« federal penitentiary at tineers on the warships, flying th«
| Leavenworth, Kans., Where he 1s serv- red Aug, which left the harbor Wed
i Ing u flvo-yenr sentence for the wreck- nesday n'gilt. tiesplio the crews' prom
An> IxM-katl In tlir County Jail, atul
| Ing of tho Chicago National bank and
ise to surren ler returned yesterday
Will B" Taken to Portland by
morniug. The government sent an
Attorney General Wickersham has embutky to ar'..nge for the return of
concluded his study of the reports on the vessels to the yevernment.
the Walsh can« made by District At
The i fflilnls isst.it the mutiny was
Two countrfeltera war« caught In torney HI ins of Chicago und Federal
due to the Influence of the
ihla city Friday night by Officers i Judge Anderson of Indiana. He has
Townsend. Hull and walker, and are 1 reached the conclusion that the par- Portuguese revetul Ion. The crew of
now lot k<>d In the county Jail Th« two , don of Mr. Walsh by the president lx the Hao Paulo, witnessing the easy
rwraons under arrest are a man about | out ot the question on showing of Poriugtits« victory <n Lisbon Harbor,
perfected the niutlr,/ plans during s
46 years of age, who says his name la ’ facts.
voyage to this ix.rt. Arriving here
Huffy, and a boy apparently 17 or 18
The attorney general has also con
years old. They were arrested nt cluded that n commutation of Walsh's they learned th« soldiers thought tho
the Mast>*n house, and In the room Isentsnca would be unwarranted unless sailors were poorly treated. It is be
they occupied were found the molds It should be shown by further exami lieved that beiuuM congress had
end a quuntlty of solder with which nation that the prisoner Is In failing knowledge that the army wav disloyal
jvas the cause of the amnesty.
they manufactured the bogus coins. health.
The Brazilian senate had already
The two hare been here for several
the pardon of the mutineers
weeks, and passed several pieces of
On ttu f'-’n'ruiy
on the warship Rio Janerlo harbor,
the manufactured coins. They passed
Hlowboy—Do you -er—think your
11 at the Iris theater three or four father would <|j< me cut If I was and It Is believed the chamber of dep-
' utles will follow auit. The terms of
days ago. but at the time the one who to--er— oak hl.n tor vntr hand?
the sailors* surrender of the battle
pr«Hcnted th« coin was not noticed
Miss Willing No. hut Um afraid
which they commanded was that
A day or two later the same mau I he will If you don't ask him pretty
they were to go unpunished. The ac
■ ailed there again and laid a dollar I ixon Pathfinder.
tion Is arousing much unfavorable
silver piece on the counter, but this
comment anti the consensus of belief
time It was seen and passed back to
j la that the mutineers should be se-
him. But what led to their detection
! verely punished.
was whm th«y attempted to pay their
The deities held an extraordinary
toom rent at the Masten House, and 1 REVOI.I TIONIHTN IJ»NE THEIR
and granted the amnesty.
with the ttionoy was one of the bogus
The government representative had n
■ olna. Mr Masten notified the police,
and they arrested the two in their Failure of R c I m -I h to I'n-vcnt I selling flag of truce sent to the warship and
’udvlsed tho sailors of the deputies'
room at the Masten House.
< 'hief l ause for their lax»«
I Action, and the sailors surrendered.
They had plaster of parts molds,
HAD HONK: Of COINS WITH THEM
KI. MADERO REPORTED WOUNOED
and made the coins out of solder, sev-
' ral strips of which they had with
• hem. They had three or four *1
coins and n<<arly (20 worth of t>0 cent
Th« bogus coins are very
crude, and could be easily detected if
one were looking for them, but In a
dimly-lighted place some of them
might be taken If they were not
picked up when their lightness would
Mt once be detect«-d
They melted the solder In a large
Iron spoon which they held in the
Move. end then poured the metal Into
At first the boy said the older man
was his uncle, but now he denies that
'hey are related.
Counterfeiting la a federal crime,
and tho two will probably be taken to
Portland, where they will be tried In
'he United States court.
of tin- Conflict
NEWARK, N J„ Nov. 26—Fire
destroyed the factory of th« Newark
Paper Box company today. Fifteen
are known to be dead, all girls. Three
priests of 8t. Patrick's cathedral.
Fathers Kernan. Dillon and Brennan,
who entered the factory despite the
protests of the spectators to give ab
solution to the Injured, narrowly es
When ladders were placed against
the walls they were instantly burned
by the fierce beat. Immediately after
the fire started the windows were
filled with hysterical men and girls.
Life nets were spread and many
leaped into them. Half a dozen missed
the nets and struck the pavement
and were Instantly killed.
Home of the firemen were killed by
teing struck by the falling bodies.
Many of the 150 employes have not
been accounted for.
Eighteen are known to be dead in
the box factory fire, and those who
are searching the ruins believe many (
more will be found.
The Identified dead at 2 o'clock this
afternoon are Mrs. Frances Krathla,
Abbe Washington, Alice Melson, Mrs.
Bttmio Rosin and Mrs. Mary Latolerre.
An Enthtieiaelic Corps Is Expected
to Be Formed In Klam-
Loans and Discounts ................ ..............
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Bonds, securities, etc..................................................... .............
Banking bouse, furniture, and fixtures .................. ............
Due from banks (not reserve banks) ................................
Due from approved reeerve banks................. .................. .....
Checks and other cash items __________ _ ______ ________
Cash on hand ..................................—.............. ............................
Capital stock paid In
Undivided profits, less expenses sod taxes paid
Individual deposits subject to check ...............
Demand certificates of deposit................. —..........
Time certificates of deposit ................. .... ........
Savings deposits_______ _______ .....___ ______
3 35,000 00
State of Oregon.
County of Klamath,its.
I, J. W. Seimens, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge
J. W. 8EIMEN8. Cashier.
G. W. BALDWIN.
J. A. MADDOX, Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of February.
E. L. ELLIOTT. NoUry Public.
A local branch of the Women's Re
El. PASO, Texas. Nov. 26.
A can BEV HELLING WILL Bi:
WRITE FOR SPECIAL CATALOG AND PRICES
Corps was organized in this
PREKIDENT OF SENATE
vas ot the situation this morning
city last Saturday, and it is the
practically removes all doubt hut
expectation that one of the most en
; what the revolution Is over. The M«x- Multnomah Delegation Pledge« Its
thusiastic corps In the state will be
S POKANE. WASH.“ PORTLAND. ORL.
■ lean officials assert that Madero lost
established In Klamath Falls before
the struggle becaus« he could not pre
Senator Ben Selling of Multnomah many weeks.
vent the looting thereby alienating
Mrs. Lizzie Smith of Salem, depart
is to be the next president
many who had sympathized with his
ment president of the Women's Relief
Railroad officials deny that
Corps of Oregon, arrived in the city applicant will offer final proof in sup RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF
any bridges have been burned or 'he senate delegation of Multnomah
LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST.
night and began prepar- port of his application and sworn
dynamited. It dovelops that the sec held rocently Senator Selling wav
ations toward organizing a corps statement on the 26th day of Janu
Notice Is hereby given that t^e
ond American shot at Parral was an
in Klamath Falls. With Mrs. Smith ary, 1911, before Commissioner R. M. lands described below, embracing
! International Correspondence school delegation for the position at the head
Thia gives Senator la Mrs M. C. Hildreth of Grants Pass, Richardson, at Klamath Falls, Ore 629.97 acres, within the Cascade,
agent natm-d Story, who was struck of the senate
from this county past president of the order In Oregon. gon.
Crater. Deschutes National Forests,
i In the stomach by a stray bullet, and
Any person is at liberty to protest Oregon, will be subject to settlement
The name of the new corps will he
. which added to those already pledged
Is not expectod to live.
to him from outalde the county the F. B. Sprague corps, taking the this purchase before entry, or Initiate and entry under the provisions of
raises hla nucleus close to the needed same name as the G. A. R. corps in a contest at any time before patent the homestead laws of the United
TKAINH ARK RUNNING
this city, but selecting what number issues, by filing a corroborated affi State« and the act of June 11, 190C
ON MEXICAN RAILROADS majority of 16 votea.
davit in this office, alleging facts (34 But.. 233), at the United SUtes
Now that the choice of the delega they wish.
which would defeat the entry.
land office at Lakeview, Oregon, on
1 Conditions Throughout the Con a try tion has been give to Senator Selling
ARTHUR W. ORTON.
January 30. 1911. Any settler who
Are Improving and Few Amer
bers stsnd back of him, there Is no and there It also a Memorial Day ser
LAND Ol'KN FOR ENTRY
was actually and In good faith claim
icans Are Leaving
IN HILVKR LAKE DIHTR1CT
ing any of said lands for agricultural
Membership In the corps is not con
WASHINGTON. D. C.. Nov 23.—
At the meeting Just held Senator
Department of the Interior, United purposes prior to January 1, 1905,
N a Rich District, and Cffrra Many Consul Edwards at Juarez, Mexico, ' Dan J. Malarkey renounced any in fined to relatives of G. A. R. members,
States Land Office, at Lakeview, and has not abandoned same, has a
but any good woman in aympatbv
preference right to make a home
telegraphs the state department that tention he might have had of being
Oregon, November 14, 1910.
Project and Railroad Burvcy
nndldate for president of the aon- with the objecta of the organization is
the excitement Is decreasing and that
NOTICE la hereby given that El- stead entry for the lands actually oc
trains north from Chihuahua are ate and pledged both hla vote and his privileged to join.
meda Hawxhurat, whose poatoffioe cupied. Said lands were listed upon
LAKEVIEW. Nov. 26 — The lands
The object of the corps is to teach
maintaining their schedules.
Few effort to securing the honor for his
Is Klamath Falls, Oregon, the applications of the persons men
In the Silver Mke irrigation project
Americans are leaving the country. collevgue. He said that he bad been patriotism to the youth of the land, did, on the 27th day of December. tioned below, who have a preference
that were withdrawn from all forms
Reports Qom Torreon, Gomes Pala a tentative candidate, that he would to have an organized institution for 1909. file in this office Sworn State right subject to the prior right of
if entry some years ago are to be
cio, Parral, Durango and Zacatecas have considered it sn honor had the the care of those who fought for the ment and Application, No. 03883, to any such settler, provided such settler
thrown open to entry and settlement
say that conditions are Improving delegation chosen him as Its candi freedom of tbeir country and to keep purchase the 8HNW54, NWHNWH. or applicant Is qualified to make
These lands comprise
Ambassador Wilson telegraphs that date, but that he did not desire to glowing the fire of love for their coun Sec. 24; NE54NE54. Section 23. homestead entry and the preference
some that are specially adapted to
enter Into a contest for the place and try In the breasts of the Hsing gener Township 378. Range 9E. Willamette right la exercised prior to January 30,
■ Mexico City Is calm.
agriculture, aa the soil la very deep,
that he pledged his support to Sen ation. They give medala and pHzes Meridian, and the timber thereon, un 1911, on- which date the lands will
fertile and productive when properly
for orations on patriotism given by
LEADER OF REVOLUTIONISTS
be subject to settlement and entry
handled flood water Is to be had at
the students in the schools and have der the provisions of the act of June by any qualified person. The lands
RAID TO RE WOUNDED
depths of from ton to twenty-four
presented many of the schools of the
INJUNCTION ASKED BY
as the "Timber and 8tone Law," at are aa follows: Lot 1. Sec. 18. T. 24
feet, and there Is an abundance of
country with United 8tates flags.
fU'iMtrtrd That General Madero Is at
value as might be fixed by ap ' 8.. R. 8 E.. W. M., 37.47 acres, ap
fuel and fencing material within a
Since any good woman can become
Ranch In Texas, and That Phy
and that, pursuant to plication of T. F. Hamner, of Cres
short distance from a portion of the
a member It is expected that the corps
sicians Were Hnmmoned
the land and tim- cent. Oregon; List 6-357. The NE54
lands thrown open.
here will be one of the strongest In
appraised, at a of 8W 54. the E 54 or SE 54 of 8W 54,
The survey of the Oregon Eastern
this part of the state before very long,
CARRI8O SPRINGS Texas. Nov
total of 3400.00. the timber esti Sec. 1. the E54 of EH of NW54. the
will run within twenty miles of the
as the Klamath Falls residents are en
2«.—It is reported that a band of
mated 400,000 board feet at 31.00 SW54 of SE54 of NW54, Bee. 12, T.
tracts, and there Is a town of 500 peo
revolutfonlsta crossed Into Texas this
SAN FRANCI8CO. Nov 18.— The thusiastic lot of mortals when they per M. and the land 30.00; that said 338.. R. 6 E„ 110 acres, application
ple. schools, stor.«, ate., within six
morning, thirty miles below here, federal circuit court, sitting en bank,1 once get Interested in any movemeat. i applicant will offer final proof in sup of John A. Gray, of Fort Klamath.
miles of some of tho land. Ono thing
with General Madero, who is said to denied the petition of the twenty-two
port of bls application and sworn Oregon; List 6-381. The 8E54 of
that makes It attractive Is the fast
Question That Must Be Settled
be wounded and It la reported that Western railroads who asked for an
statement on the 26th day of Janu NW54. of 8W54. the EH of 8W54 of
that there are thouaanda of geese on
Young Mother - I
Madero was left at a ranch and that injunction to restrain the interstate
ary, 1911, before R. M. Richardson, SW54, Sec. 12, T. 338., R. 6 E.. 30
the lake and marsh close to the agri
messengers were sent to Eagle Pass commerce commission from enforc try mind what collrgf to send that U. 8. Commissioner, at Klamath acrea, application of CoUlster Gray, of
cultural land every day in the yoar,
to summon physicians. It Is reported ing the reduced Intermountain rates bov to.
Fort Klamath, Oregon: List 3-381.
while ducks abound. Good Ashing Is
Schoolmaster—How o’d is he?
that Madero was wounded yesterday The court held that the rates were
The SE 54of NE54. the WH of BEH.
at hand and with a delightful climate I In a battle at Guerrero. There la no
Young Mofbyr—Nmrlv six weeks.
as the railroads
this purchase before entry, or Initiate the NW54 of NE54 of SE54. the
there Is an opening for the man that
—American FamlK Joninat.
confirmation of the report.
claimed them to be. The case may bo
a contest at any time before patent is NW54 of SWH of NE54 of SEH,
desires n good home where he Is able
taken before the new court of com
sues, by filing a corroborated affida Sec. 13, T. 34 8.. R. 8 B., 132.50
to make n living. People coming thia
CONHUMER GETH THE
acres, application of C. C. Randolph
merce In January.
way can either come by Klamath Falls
Erickson A Petterson Friday af- vit in this office, alleging facts which of Rosland, Oregon; Liat 3-400. The
WORST OF IT, ALWAYS
or Alturas, Calif., and can take the
ternoon shipped seventy bead of I
SE54 of SEU of SWH, the 8H of
ARTHUR W. ORTON,
stage from either place to thia point. Compelled to Pay the Cost of Every A Splendid Picture of Klamath Faile mill«, to Auburn Caitf. They are a
NE54 of SE% of 8W54. the BH of
It will also be posalble to come by
F. W. Sheelor of this city has taken number of extra a-n'mals which thev
Increase Made in the Freight
8W54 of SEH ofSWH. tho 8WM of
auto from either place.
I two of the finest views of Klamath have no need for this winter, and so
SW54 of SEU of SWH. the SE 14 of
i Falls that has ever been shown here. are sending them south.
To the Voters a-nd Taxpayers and to SEH of SW54 of SW 14. Sec. 13, the
Origin of the "Black Hand."
WASHINGTON. D. C., Nov. 23.— One of them was taken from the top
the Citizens of Klamath Couaty, NH of NWH, Sec. 13. T. 24 8., R.
NOTI'E FOR PUBLICATION.
According to the United 8tates The consumer Is the victim of the rate of the flour mill, and displays each
Oregon, and to all whom this 8 E.. 105 acres, application of Thom
Secret Service, the "Black Hand" Is Increases, according to 8. C. Barlow business house In the city and In the Department of the Interior, United
as H. Jolly of Fort Rock, Oregon;
a handy name for a brand of crime traffic director of the Chicago A mo - center of the picture the High school
States Land Office at Lakeview.
You are hereby notified that In List 6-400. The WH of WH of
peculiar to Italian crlmlnala, who are clatlon of Commerce, who Is a witness Is so plainly shown that every detail
Oregon. November 18 1910.
sixty days from the date of this notice SWH of SEH, the EH of SEH of
successful because of the tempera before the Interstate Commerce com of the building can be distinguished
NOTICE Is herebv g’ven that Ves It will be unlawful for swine to run SWH. the SWH of SEH of 8WH.
The otter view was taken from the tal W. Wakefield, whose postofflee ad at large In Klamath County, Oregon, the SH of NWH of SE Hof SWH,
ment of the foreign immigrants and mission today.
He said the railroads charged 85 top of the High school, and shows the . dress is Klamath Falls. Klamath Co., under penalty of five dollars for the Sec. 30, the NE54 of the NW 54. Lot 1
their inborn dread of the extortion
Whether the central govern percent Increase against class rates business section of the city and the Oregon, did, on the 14th day of July, first offense and ten dollars for each (or NW «4 of NW % ), Sec. 31, T. 24
ment which guides the "Black hand and only 15 per cent against commod entire Klamath Rastn. They are both [ 1909, file in thia office Sworn State and every subsequent offense, to be 8.. R. 9 E.. 125 acres, application of
Society" la located In the United ities. The class rates directly affect splendid specimens of the photogra ment and Application. No. 02322. to recovered from
the owner of the Jesse Strotts. of Rosltind, Oregon;
Statea or In Italy Is something which the retailer and the consumer, and phers’ art.
purchase the 8USW>4, Section 2, swine by civil action in the name of List 6-404. The 854 of NW54 (or
Township 37S. Range 10E. Wlllam- the State of Oregon before a Justice Lot 2 and SEH of NWH), the WH
neither the Italian nor the United he asserted that the proposed Increase
discover. on shoes amounts to three mills per JAPAN WILL BUILD SHIP
ittc Meridian and tlie timber theren, of the Peace of the Precinct in which of W*4 of SW-, of NEH, Sec. 31,
United States officers any the name of pair. As n result the manufacturers
R. 9 E.. 90 acres, application
~ 24S.. ~
OF DREADNAUGHT TYPE uii'ler the provisions of the act of such owner or keeper, or either of j T
the American "Black Hand" emanat Increase the price 15 cents a- pair and
June 3. 1878. and acts amendatory, them, may reside; and such penalty of Fred La Follette, of Crescent, Ore
ed from Chicago about ten years ago, retailers raised them 40 cents. He as
NEW YORK. Nov. 25 - Shipping known as the "Timber and Stone shall be for the benefit of. and when gon; List 6-404.
when one of the flrat of many mys serted that the public not only paid Arms here have received advices from Law,” at such value as might be fixe! collected paid into,
terious murders In the Italian quar tho increases, but everyone handling Ixmdon to the effect that Japan has hv appraisement, and that, pursuant school fund of the County in which Commissioner of the General I .and
ters remained unsolved. The victim goods would add to th» Increase.
placed orders there for a Dreadnaiight to such application, the land and tim such action Is brought within sixty
had received a warning that death
Approved October 31, 1910.
bigger than any other tinder construc ber thereon have been appraised, at a days after such animal is proved to
would follow his failure to contri
Average Man's Height.
JESSE E WIL8ON,
tion. The ship will be of a tonnage total of 3770.00. the timber estima be at large.
bute a specified sum of money. The
C. R. DE LAP,
Assistant Secretary of the Interior.
Only one man In 208 Is over six of 28,000. and will coat about $12.- ted at 1,000.000 board feet at 30.75
| per M, and the land 320.00; that said
letter was embellished with a- crude fret In height.
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