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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY. OREGON, DECEMBER 8, i9J0
pnvliig plunt un esplosimi yimtcrduv
moriiiiig Ignlted th<< oli und tur. and
ut leust $l,ooo worth of pavlng ina»
tvrlul wiia doatioyed befoie th«* locai
I Are deparlinent i-ould «*ntIugulali th>*
Tim dniniig«, to the buildings
wus Minali, but tlm loss In paving tna-
teilul nmy force the compuny to cease
op«'ii«t loiis for Mom«* tini«* In order to
shlp in a new supply. «Elmo Mlles, 1.1 It Ni Y, H< UMIDI A ND HENDER
SON t.O TO SALEM
who discovered tin* fire, attempted to
leap over a hedge, fell und broke Ills
left arm near the elbow.
TAKES MEN TO PLEAD GUILTY TO
Hat» That III« < rili«i»in of flu* lt<*< lu
iiuillon Servi««* for Tl»«*lr A« I»
VI a» D« *<•«•« <<l
H>|<K THE COI KT
Elliott wag his attorney, and It was
bls statement of the case that secured
for his client the small fine. Allen
thought be had some money coming
from Kodak, and tried to collect by
aid of a gnu. He was arrested before
he had done any damage, however.
LEADINl. I’AFER OF
HOI IHERN OREGON
MAKE RAID ON
LITTLE GIRL STARTS TO
AVAIS TO S AORAMENTO Sl< RET SERAI E MEN PREVENT
LANDING OF WOMEN
Word was recilvc-d here Wednes
day that a little girl about 9 years
old was sick at the .Midland hotel, and
for the officers her - .o ivxcertaln who
she was. Th«- girl .«aid the had been
living wltfi a family on the West
fll«<mu«» Alexander, Charged With Side tn Klamath
'alls, and that ah«.*
Murder in th«* First Dcgr«-«*,
was going to Sacramento. The offl-
cers here are Invest ¡gating the case.
Kaya He !» luiioccnf
EUCH GIRI 1$ MllifO H J3.000.00
i* tinny ». Twenty AVerr Brought at
a Tine and the Profit» Were
gto.ooo a Voyage
On W«'dti«*»d aySheiiff Barn«*s with
SAN FRANCISCO. Dee. 7
W AHlIINGTON D <’ I»««
A suit auafnst A. M Garrison for cr«.*t servic«* officers are Investigating
Ki.in SuiiiiiK-rs, Tom Klnn«*y, A. D.
In th«* circuit coutt this : «ornlng a the recovery of money was filed
.Ab»o|ut«*h exom-iulllig H<« i >*I iii « of
Miller and P«*<iil Carroll us guards,
I iiiimb- i of the ni«*n who have b«»en the Cowley Stat»* bank T nesday at- th<- operations of the smuggling ring
the Interior it A llnllliig»i from all
took Paul 'J'. Durney Henry Schmidt
following the frustration of an at
th«« charges thnt hud been brought
mid lato lleudi-rson to the penitent la i<<>nfin<<l In the «•oun>. jail, entered tetnoon.
tempt of the ring to Import eight men
against him, ih«* majority report of
their pleas in amtw-i to th»* «•’»arg«*»
ry at Hal<-ui, where they wer«* sen
and seven women In the hold of the
which the grand jury o <! brought
the ifulllnger- Pin« hot lnv< »ligating
liner Manchuria, revealing the exist
conimlttee »a« presented to congress
ence of an organized association of
ut iiihjii lod«i>. Finding» ar« SII III llletl
Durn«*y and Schmidt were sent up
Chines«» and Americans here and in
up UM follows
for twelve ears i-uch, whll« Hender- Spencer, th«-> pleaded g «lit*".
Hongkong for the procuring of slave
That H»*«T«*tary Ballinger WA« II >1
son got five years.
girls. The value of <»arh slave girl
ih«* enemy and was not hostile to n
In the first degree, be having shot and
The crim«* for which Durney and
on delivery Is $3,000.
reiouinabl««. judicial polit y of ««»naer
killed " Red" Powell in the Elite sa
Schmidt were sentenced wus a cold-
Richard Taylor, chief of the secret
vat Ion. an<l thnt no ground whatever
bloo<|e<| «me, and they got jtlMt what | loon >>n the night of September 13th.
in New York state, formerly
hu>< bat'll shown justifying the opin
the) •$>-«-I v«-«l
Durney, S< hnildt and I Alexander had a quarrel with Powell, Eia-tny of Italian < on»ul Take» Da»- stemped out the traffic here, but when
ion that he wns unfaithful to Ills trust
St««v» ns wer«* coming down from th«*!
tartllj M<-uu» t<> Montre V«*n-
he returned East the ring renewed
or »■»« not uii «tn«'l«*iit public offi««*»
left th«- Elite and went to the Gun
railroad coi«»ti uctl< u camp on Octo
sum.nary aays |*i
Stor«*. where he rented a .22-calfbvr
ber 20th. an«! stopped ut the «»Id |
It is rumored in Chinatown that
I.««*idliig th«* w«*apon he re
Hanks' ranch. There they stopped to
was sending his most capable
' Th.* ••vldencc pr«*»ent«d relate.¡
turned and shot Powell in the stom
«at u lunch which Stevens ha«l with J
WASHINGTON. D C. De« 7.
SEATTLE. Dec. 7.—The garage in men here, and that the rebuilt would
mainly to charge» of various kinds.
Stevens dlvld«*d the eatables
against Secretary 1 la III it g«*r, und it decretar) of til«- Treasury Mae ven gii >
When in court this morning Alexan the rear of the home of Dr. A. J. I m - the incrimination of certain of the
Into three portions, sharing what he
wns only incidentally thnt the conduct
der pl»-ad«*d not guilty. H. .M. Man Chilione. the Italian consul, was Immigration officials and a few of the
had with Durney and Schiuldt. As
blown tip with dynamite this morning. urder employes of the Pacifi« Mail
of other officials wan <|ti«*Htioit«i| Th«
ning is bis attorney.
Io* wus laying out the itortions Durney
charges were chl«*fly from two lug June to. 1912. totaling IÎ4M.111.'
Chari«*« Ewing, charged with for Every Window in the house was shat Steamship company, as well as a s«»ore
«nil Schmidt pretended to quarrel,
tered, and other windows In the vicin of Chinese here and at Hongkong,
Moire«*«, Glut In und Plnchot. Th«;» B60, lian been trunstiiltti'd to congress
work«'«! around back of Stevens, gery, pleaded guilty, and will be sen- ity were broken. Fortunately no per whence the girls were shipped. It de
apparently originated In u strong ant
tenced Thursday morning at 9:30.
Be when Durney struck him a violent
mostly r,*.«ultlng from n stipposc«! di.', mate« of I'JII of $3.317.663
Charles Spencer, who is alleged to son was injure«!. Consul Chilione velops that the men and women were
ference In iu»ll« \ respecting consei
have stolen some clothing belonging says the deed was not the work of caged in a small locker in the hold of
tle, felling him to the ground.
biack hand men. but he believes It the .Manchuria the entire twenty-five
vntlon The evidence submitted who*- provide for u postal deficiency, which
The two thugs then draggl'd Stev to Thomas M«eks from Clendennlng's was done by a personal enemy in the days across the Pacific. There was
ly fall«*«! to tnak«* out u case. N«lth«'.
stable, will plead tomorrow morning.
Only three ih-part nicnts show en« Into th«* house, where he was F. H. .Mills resr«*«M*ntB him.
Italian colony from whom the consul no v '" .tion, and they were fed on
was nnv fact proved
All the fact« 121
bound and gagg«*d and then robbed.
t-ileges he has shield«*d countrymen. water, tea raisins and bread. Th«*
tog««thvr do not «*xhlblt Secretary Bul d«*< ri lo*« i from 1911. the territorial
Not satisfi«-«! with this, Durney beat
Police are guarding his home. De sanitary surroundings were abomni-
linger us anything but a compotei»:, government the navy und th«* depart
Stevena over the load until it was a with a shotgun near the reclamation tectives, und* r the consul's direction, able, and they were removed in the
honorable gentleman, honestly and
«»ffice several weeks ago and made him
bl«M»dy mass. Then leaving the wound-
nick of time to save their lives. The
faithfully performing the duties of of $10.ooo from the estimât«-« of th«*
empty his pockets, plead) guilty to are looking for the person accused.
<■<! man In the deserted house they
coincidence is that R. P. Schwerin,
bls office with an eye single to th«'
and Arlsonn lu 1911, partially ac came to this city, where they had th«*
general manager of the Pacific Mail
INDICT PRESIDENTS OF
be senfenc«*d tomorrow.
check for $12, which Stevena had just
count*« for tli«* territorial decreas«*.
was a passenger on the
Waiter Bowen also phaded guilt)
Reclamation Crithl»in» Ju»t
Mcnchurtaat the t$vue.
The commit!«»«’ finds that th
Stevens freed himself from his
M<inl««*r» of th.* Italhtub Trust An*
Local Chine»* state that ten and
chargee against Sr.retaiy Halllng«-r h. . HAM 1KF.ll Hl YM THF
bonds and the gag and staggered to Thursday morning. C. C. Bower Is
< "barged hy F.xieral Grand Jury
twenty men and women were brought
•n connection with the Cunningham
the «amp, where his wounds were
With R«**traint of Trade
on every trip in the great liners. The
« Inlnis wu. unjustified That the rc
dressed, and he was brought to this that merits leniency. The I m »), he is
rings profits averaged $40,000 for
voklug of th<* Indian co-oparatlon
city, where the officers were given a
voyage. The girls were mostl*
agreement and th«* abandonment of years since O. S. Purdy cam«* to th's description of the two men and the lover the Model Bakery, and met a grand jury has indicted the alleged kidnaped in China and were the mem
the vater users c«eo|M*ralivo certlfi-
next morning they wer«* captured by man calling himself Wes Purdy. members of the bathtub trust on a bers of wealthy families.
<atrs Justlfi *d Secretary Ballinger's start." lie had a little money with Officer« Walker, Hall and Townsend. Whil«> Mr. Purdy, the proprietor of charge of violating the Sherman antt-
Local members of the smugglers
the bakery was away, the so-called
criticism of the reilaraatlon eervlce, him. and Invested it In th«' M«»d>*l Bak
While In the county jail Durney
tiust law by a conspiracy in restraint were captured while landing the con
«mil was d* >erv««d And they also sa>
proved a moat refractory prisoner,
The presidents of sixteen trabands after a revolver duel with
that Secretary Ballinger was not the tahllahmvnt was located.
and finally had to have the shackle» authority from his brother, the pro corporations have been made defend the officers. The girls will be used
<*tu my of "judicious conservation."
rlvited to him before he would be
Ias witnesses. The federal officials pre-
He gave Bowen two ants.
Th«* committ«*e comniends Olavls of town, but the rapid growth of th«* have. Had it not t»«*en for the vigil his account.
d'et the conviction of these men, and
for sending th«* tcirgrutn li-adlng Sec < Ity an«i the accompanying lacreaa«* ance of th«* officers he would have blank checks and then told him tc
the implication and prosecution of the
PRESIDENT TAFT NAMES
retary Bellinger to revoke th«* ord. r
broken out of th«* jail before he was
SEVERAL NEW APPOINTEES principal members of the ring.
to clear th«* listing of the Cuiinlnghuiii ment. Wednesday he dotted a deal for brought to trial, us he and his com name. Thia Bowen did, and he and
claims, and «omniends 8e< r«*tary Bal-
panion had removed th«* rocks from
WASHINGTON. D. C., Dec. 7.— RALPH WATSON GETS
I'ngcr for r«-tlng promptly. Senators
the wall of the Jail and hatl made
Among several hundred appointments
JOB WITH (KI VER NOR
Fclson of Mlnn«*sotn. Flint of Cali slderation was $9.000. netting Mr. 1 preparations to «wape when th«* re outside while Bowen bought a watch
Bent to the senate for confirmation by
fornln, 8outh«*rland of Utah, Root of
sult of their work was noticed and
President Taft were Fred Lehman to
SALEM, Dec. 7.—Governor-elect
New York and Rrprvm«ntatlves McCall $7.000.
Durney was locked in the steel cage, change $1X In cash. They then went
be solicitor general, W. L. Capps to Oswald West has appointed Ralph
of Mnssachiisctts. Olnist.'ud of P« nr
when» refractory priBoners ar«* <•<»11-
In ad fined.
worth of goods, paying for them with be rear admiral and Elmer Colwell to Watson, a member of the stafT of the
sylvnniiv and Denby of Mlchlg«in I m * his turns, Arthur and Mark
Portland Journal to the ixisition of
$42 ch«*ck. receiving alm» th«* dif- be* fedi'ral marshal in Oregon.
slgn«M the report. The report sa.va
llendenwin got five years for forg-
Inter«*»!. Th«*»«* young men hav«* for
Ing « hecks and passing them on varl-
Government Should Control loud»
Min«' time been operating the (’It)
re«H*iv«*d $21.SO, the carfare to his
In vest ¡gating Sh«*ep .Market
ous local merchants.
"Tb<* comniltt«»«* comiiicuds the Pak< ry. As a result of the deal the
Mr. Watson is well known among
O. T. McKendree left for San Fran
Durney Is apparently about 23 or horn«* in Santa Monica. Calif. There,
government's refusal to sell th«» Cun (ity Bakery will be consol Ida ted with
ut the home of his wldow«*d mother cis««» Wednesday, where he will in the new spa i>er men of this city, and
24 years of age and his pal. Henry
nnlghnru hind, l»«P rcconimciidH the the Model Bakery, and th«* latter
Schmidt. Is appar«*ntly 21 or 22. Hen- to whom he had sent what h«* •ained vestigate the sheep and wool market. he was the special representative of
retaining of own- rshlp, and grant will bi* gr«*atly enlarged and Im
«1« num appenrs to be about 25 or 26. while h«> was working here, he was He took with him an exceptionally the Journal on Railroad Day last
I oum <- h nt fair royalties for n )lmite<l proved
placed under arrest, und finally fine sample of wool from I-angell Val- year.
period, long enough mid covering
Mr. Purdy expects to lcav«> In u
brought hack here. Th«* man calling ley, for which he expects to get a
areus large enough to Justify the short lime for California, where h«v
' hlnmelf Wea Purdy cannot be found fancy price.
necessary Investments upon « sound «III ’omain for the winter. H«» will
The «'as«* of David Jones vs. George
I iiim I ik ' nh principal, thus MH-uiing the it turn ngnln next spring and mak*
OI m n. a suit to rec«»v«*r money. Is be-
A New Finn
opening mid operation of sufficient I further invostmentn in Kla’nmth Fall»
The following are the officers for ! ing heard by a jury consisting of John
A new clothing cleaning ¡«nd press
COLON, Dec. 7.—Unprecedented
mines to meet th«* necessities of realty.
Crater Aerie No. 1616. Fraternal Or ! Jr.nssen. W. T. Elliott, Fred Harpold.
der of Engles, who were elected nt I E. R Caldwell. R. C. Cowley. W. E. ing parlor has been opened on Fourth rains continue to fall, and the Chagres
Senator Nelson filed the report In .
I Griffith, John Shook. I'. G. Gay. John street, ndrth of Main, by two enter River is rising rapidly. Work has
th«* numtlng Monday night:
I Colw« II, Levi McDonald, R. S. Moore prising young men, under the firm stopped on the Panama canal for th
th«* senate. Th«» two minority rr|>orta,
Worthy President Henry Low
name of Yeiter A. McCoy. They guar time being. The government railroad
on«* signed by four democrats and ofie
Worthy Vic«* President Roy lx»w and J. A. Parker.
antee satisfaction, and will no doubt is inundated.
lepubllcan, und the other, Hlgn«*d by
Is-atling Menatoi** Have Pledged Their
Congressman Madison, wore also
and .1. C. Rutenic is the legal repre do a splendid business.
Secretary J. II. Vollmer.
Sup|M>rt to flic Bay Oily for
of OI sob .
FRED W. LEHMAN IS
Treasurer C. \ Sunti'
The row started ut the i-oniinittee |
latke County Man Gets Lh«*ii«e*
Wh« n this case is concludtnl the
Inside Guard John Malone.
MADE SOLICITOR GENERA!.
meeting thin morning when tfc'nator ;
libel suit of County Judge J. B. Grif
On Wednesday Charles Arthur of
Outside Guard IL E. Davis.
WASHINGTON, D. C.. Dee. 7. Tn.'
Nelson submitted the report, 8en-
Trust«*»** A. ,M. Jameson. G. T. fith agali st t,i«> Klamath Publishing Lakeview secured from the county
WASHINGTON. D. C., Dec 7.—
insurgents in congress are lining up
utor Fletcher of Florida took excep
company w:il be heard.
clerk a license to wed Eva W. How President Taft has appointed Fred
behind Governor-elect Johnson tn Shaw and A. J. Santamau.
tion to his action, ass«*rting that the
The) will be installed the first
ard. Mr. Arthur arrived here front W. Lehmann of St. Louis to be solic
boosting for San Francisco for the
r«*port condemning Ballinger and
Lakeview Tuesday, and will be here itor general, to snccees the late Lloyd
world's fair ulte In 1915. Many con meeting in JanuaT.v.
I*reac|i«>« Here Suiulay
which was ptiblishcd al Minneapolis, ferences with l<*adlng insurgents are
about a week, When he will leave for Bowers
The Eagles are going to make the
waa the real report, nnd asserted that being belli to map out ways and meetings next term so Interesting
Rev R. S. Dunlap of Ashland, su- San Francisco for a short visit.
It was th«* only legal expression of th«» I menns Io get congress' endorsement that not a single member will care to perlntendent of this district of the
< oni tn I tier's opinion. Senator NVIson i la Follette, Beveridge, Clapp, Cum miss any of them.
Methodist church, will preach in the
Hen* on tlx* Jury
overruled Senator Fletcher, and th«' i mins, Bourne, Bristow. Borah. I«en
church in this city next Sunday night.
arrived her«* Sunday
latter's motion to adopt the Minneap root. Poindexter, Norris and others
Rev. Dunlap is an eloquent speaker,
BAKER CITY'S NEW
evening from his I;«me near Bly. hav
WASHINGTON. I) C.. De« 7.
olis r«'|»ort waa defeated by a vol«» of | have promised their support,
PAI ING I NS ITISI At Volti und th«* church will no doubt be ing been summon« «1 to act on the Arkansas now has 1,574.449 inhab
«even to five. Congressman Madison's j
jury. He says the roads from Bly itants and is entitled to one additional
report was similar to th«' Minneapolis | realised the Insurgents swing the ba!
nine of power between tin* democrat
BAKER. Ore.. Dec 7. J. W Wis
here were fierce, but that they w *rc congressman. South Carolina has a
teport, and finds Ballinger guilty, A
and the reactlonurlca. If the other dom. through Attorney T. II. Craw
nothing compare.l to the streets of population of 1,515.400.
bitter fight In Congress Is promised.
boosters gain one or th«* other tin lord. lias tiled complaint against th«*
choice of San Frani lsco I h assured.
I city, alleging that paving done by th«*
laft For Arkansas
Warren Construction company Is not
Worden School Clo»«*«l
S|s*n«*«*r Plead» Not Guilty
John Allen, who pleaded guilty to
Edmiiud Chllcote, the real estate
up to specifications, and should not In*
The school at Worden has closed man, left for Mammoth Spring. Ark.,
Charles Spencer, who Is chargcti l aid for by th«> city. Attorney Chas. pointing a gun at Mr. Kodak several
SALEM, lie«. 7. A h h result of I witli larceny, pleuded not guilt« In F. Hyde has sent it sample of th»* pav weeks ago, was fined $20 or serve ten for the winter, and E. H. Burnham, this morning, where he will spend the
gas forming In th«* tar vats In the lh«* circuit court Wednesdm
F. II. ing to the Oregon Agricultural co' days in jail by Judge Noland Wed- th«* teacher there, left for his home in holidays with his parents. He expects
Warren Construction company's si rest I Mill» is his attorney.
to return alsiut January 6th.
He paid th«* fine. E. L. Portland Sunday morning.
■ lege for analysis.
THREE MILLION INCREASE