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KLAMATH t t»I NTY
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 2, 191J
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Ians. The hope thut they will make
’ sure the permanency of the work by
a nniae Is the compenaatlon hu asks
i insisting on the highest type of lead
Ile haa already sunt two musiclans
era a-nd adult supervision. As a con-
esst for Instruction*, and will send
, sequence, schools for scout masters
front io to 16 mors If that many
are being set up by local count-lis all
■ an h<- found who show talent and are
- over the country, and If one were
amhltlous to learn. 1 have had 20
privileged to look Into the many cen-
applhats already. These will he ex
| t-rs where such organizations exist
amliK-d l>y tnstructors In Hpokam- und
they would see a most inspiring sight
NI>EM II WILL IIE DEI.IV I.ICI.I» the talented ones chosen.
When I HAl.MzT TAKEN ON THE MATTER I. W. W. H GRANTED REKIHKTED tn the way of viewing hundred« of PROPDHED TERMI NALH WOII.D
NEXT 11 EHDAI NIGHT
have acconipllshiul my mlasion ! shall
• I REE HPEEf fr* IN FREK.NO
men making an intelligent study f
I boybood, with an idea of fitting them-
return to Wallace."
I s-iv-s for rightly touching the lives
I of the boys under them ”
EVERYONE INTERESTED IS INVITED
FRANK WILL TALK
At M«l Night's Mwlinic
WASHINGTON, March 1
Ington. Idaho, Colorado and Okla
homa, only «tales not now represent
ed by memorial tablets in the Wash-
ington monument, are to be Invited
to join tlu-lr ulster states In tbur
honoring tile memory of Washington
At a meeting of the Washington Na
tional Monument society plan« will
I»- considered for having the memor
ials placed and Invitations will be
issued. These probably will Include
Vrbomi and New Mexico
SENATE GALLERIES WERE CROWDED 810 MASS MEETING DECIDES MATTER
ONLY ONE CHANGE IS NECESSARY
Grcut luter<-«t Taken in tin- Outcome All ( oiiikih I Worker« to Ik- Paroled
of ill«- Matter by Reaidetita of
and the Kent Will I m - Givra
(tie < npltul
stepping From Su-aiwr. One Would
Step (aito Train, and Be
RACINE, Wis., March 1.—Ogden
Reid, son of Whitelaw Reid, ambassa
dor to the court of St. James, has
Tuesday evening President U. II
FRESNO, Calif, March 1—The arrived with his intended bride. Miss
WASHINGTON, D. C- March 1.—
NEW YORK March 1. Within a
I'pink of the Good Government
On the ground that no proof had been • nd of th- Industrialists' <ampalgn I Helen Mills Rogers. He took out a very few years it will be possible for
League will deliver an addreas on
subnillied showing that he was per- for "free speech" was seen today in rnaTrlage li<i-nse for March 14tn. a person to go from Europe to Baa
Municipal Ownership nt Public Uljl-
»onally responsible for corrupt legis- th<- acceptance of the Workers’ propo After getting the document Reid re Franehno with only a single inter
ltl<-u," and the members of the I'Ugu--
lation In Illinois, Senator Wlllialu sition at if monster mass meeting.
turned to New York. Miss Rogers ruption In his travels and that cou-
ligve extended u cordial Imitation to
Th- proposals of the Workers pro remains here as the guest of her ■dstlng merely in it-pplng from his
l-orimer was acquitted by the senat*)
all to at tend the speaking, as It la one
tills afternoon. The vote stood 46 to vides that all convicted Industrialists brother
' steamer to a waiting train.
<>f great Intcrml in Klamath Falls.
44. Tiie existeiHo of bribery »#» ad shall be paroled and those not con-
Thia is to be brought about through
Mr Franks Is nil able up' iik-T.lia« his
mitted. but It hum lenied that it was vlcted shall be released with the un- ,
the building of a nog«- rermina! at
subject well in liatid. nud 1« prepared
siifli' lent to vitiate the election of derntandltig that “free speech” shall
Fort Bond Bay, at Montauk, on tiie
to furnish ietleis mid documents
prevail only on two designated city
eastern field of Long Island, by the
showing the suii -'- s citl<-s mid towns
It w as asserted that Lorimer was blocks.
Pennsylvania Railroed company, an-
all over the country have met with In
the victim of persecution, and that
This ends one of the most noted
’• nouncement of which was recently
maintaining and o|M-railng iheir own
"fraud In the third degree" was pra- , fights In the West; one that caused
made. The Pennsylvania has bought
light and water plants.
tioed. The result of the vote today hundreds of men to leave the North
150 acres at this point and will be
The meeting will be held In Red
<■)• ara Ixiritner of all charges as fxr west ami endure hardships and hun
Rin at unee the tiuldirig of freight
men'« hall, and ample «eating capaci
us the senate is concurred.
ger to get to Fresno to protest against Mr«. E. H. H arrimaa Aids Gov •■ru and passenger yards, stations, shops
ty will bi- provided for a large crowd
When the session opened for the trie ordinance prohibiting "free
and other terminal facilities, and
inent in Recovering Nevada Pr«>]«-
The matter was <l>»< ii»y<<l at Tues
vote on Lorimer's case, the senate; speechtnaking.”
i ¿iso. immense docks.
<-rty Worth Million«
day's meeting of the (food Govern
was i crowded
rovded Senator McCumber en-
In addition to bringing Europe and
■■lent la-ague, mid remarks w«*r«* made
deamr<«d to get through a rule limit I.AST HR. RECEPTION OF
the United States almost a day near-
by wye rut on the subject of municipal
ing ape« chew on tiie subject to fifteen
SEASON GIVEN BY TAFT
DENVER. March 1. Through the er, due to the cutting off of 70 miles
ownership, m-vi-ral On-gon inMnnci-s • nlted Press Service.
minutes' duration, but he failed.
efforts of the widow of E. H. Har- i of water travel at the end where
Senator Owen opened for thu oppo
WASHINGTON, March 1.—The ritnan. late president of the Union , delays are most frequent, the move
SAN FRANCISCO. March 1. Just
The question of the purché«* or befoie noon tialay Judge Lawlor gave sition He denounced Ixirituer's fall- , Er> -ident and Mrs. Taft gave the last
l by the Pennsylvania has a great’
taking over of the «•••Hietery by th< Ab««’ lluvf, whose rehearing was de- me to appear before the Investigation big reception of the winter at the Pacific railroad, a-nd government of- ' •■conomic advantage. At present th«
city was dis« ushi-d. and thu conimlt- tiled by th« supreme court, a seven- committee, and read long telegrams White House in honor of the army ttcials in Colorado. 2,000 acres of • New York Central gets a tremendous
'«•«*« appointed to attend tu that mat- day «lay of execution. Thia defeated from Dineen In Chicago, denying I-or- and navy. There were more than land in Nevada. said to have teen < amount of freight and passenger traf
seenred illegally by ’he old Central
tor made a report of progress to date. t In*
fic out of New York city by reason
of the sheriff, who In- Imer’s statements about him, and de 2.S000 Invitations issued for this re-
Rev. Fci-ac wa« naaiied as another tend« d to take Ituef to San Queritln claring that be repeatedly urged a jceptlon which put It in the class of Pacific railway. have been deeded of its superior terminal facilities.
back to Uncle Sam.
member of the committee.
today to begin his foarteen-yrar sen i-aiiciis. Thia, lie said. Lorimer re I those given by former President are still pending for the return of This advantage, it is predicted by
The chartei r*-vl«iou comniltti-e re- tence.
fused to do. so he urged his friend* i Roosevelt when the east room was
20b acres of gold mine and valuable railroad men. will be lost when the
i-orte<l that it Ims sent to a number of - Rllef, wlio was «• nt'-ni-ed for hrib- not to aupimrt Ixirinier.
mineral land near Reno which arc Pennsylvania tiegins th*- operation of
cities adopting the coniml««loii form ery. «at In his cell today and planned
to be worth 150.000.000. The ■ its Montauk lines.
-if government for copies of the clti I* is last Hgiit Hi- will carry the case
return to the government of the 2.-
ibarter. At pt’-•■a*’
««« stated, to the stiptcme Fourt. - * *
000 acres was accomplished a month
there are eigbty-ou«- elite« In th- , Ruvf will not give out his plans,
ago, V A. McAllister, superinten
United Blate« that hate adopted the but l><- lias consulted Attorneys Ach.
j In the belief *that Montauk Point,
dent of the Southern Pacific, wtth
commission form of government.
when the projected docking facili-
Cr<«a and K> iwte. and lias planned his
Meetings of th< barter committee final appeal.
‘ ties are completed, will be used by
ing for Mrs. Harriman. At the time
are held every Friday evening In the
all incoming vessels as the chief un-
Follow ing the state suprem«* court's
of Mr. Harriman's death suits were I
Wlllitts building, and any suggestions declalim, Ituef wus put In jail at mid
pending in the federal court at Reno leading point. This is considered so
will be thankfully received by th« night.
S<-ndu Vltsouig. to San Diego F»|<er Two Places Are Not in Readteess Yi-r against the Union Pacific and allied inevitable that the London Drydock
A- Shipbuilding company is negotiat
While be la prepailng to accept his
Tliat He Bkpects to Stand Trial
roads The government was repre-1
the Pro|«ri«*torw of the Other«
ing for land adjacent to rhe Pennsyl
tat«- philosophically, Ruef mad«* th«'
Rented by Frank Hall of Denver, who'
in a Short Time
vania's great docks.
had secured the evidence through
When the Montauk project is car
I hop«* there will be sufficient
the work of the Denver offices of the I
ried out it will mean that passenger
ground« for n reversal In th«* hlgh«*st United Press Service
Although Wednesday was the day department of justice and the special I
ireight trains can be run from the
NEW YORK. March I
«J New court.”
SAN DIEGO, March 1. -Harry ¿it which licenses went into effect aud agent of the United States general i I eastern end of Long Island over the
York growing less studious? The an
land office of Colorado.
Dell, the American, who was captured five were granted saloon licenses by
: I-ong Island and connecting railroads
nual report of the director of public
the city council, there has been only-
to the tracks of the New Haven aud
by the Mexican government at Tia one. Ed DuFault, to whom a license
libraries show» u tremendous falling Johannesburg Scene Of
thense to all the important New Eng-
• >ff In thv number of vialtors al th«*
Juana on February 19th, charged has been I aimed.
i land cities which are reached f by that
I Great I
two great reference libraries main
wtth being an insurgent conspirator.
Arthur Livermore and Doc Powell,
line. Trains also can be run from
tained by the city
In 1909" there
, has sent a message to the San Diego who were among the five granted
Montauk over the Ixmg Island road
wgr<- nearly 267.000 readers st th’
licenses, are not in shape for opening,,
' into the Pennsylvania tunnels to the
two Institutions, but In 1910 this During Past Thn-r Month« the Reef Sun through Immigration Inspector at they are remodeling quarters for
Thirty-fourth street station and
Ha« Ev|M-rienccd Aliout All
number dropped to a hart- 290,000
their saloons. Livermore expects to Comiuamh-r of Italian Rattleship Ob. ! thence to ail points in the west on
Headers of lighter literature Increm
Kinds of M ì - m I«< m I«
jects to Order Suggested
be in shape by Saturday, but Powell
! the Pennsylvania lines.
that the prisoner was comfortable, will hardly be ready before the 10th.
••d during the year
By British Officer
and that he asked the Sun to tell
Tony Castel and Kent Ballard, the
1.— Harry McCall to gather all the evi ocher '.wo. are out of the city. As
Within the last three months an ex- , dence that will be of assistance in se
their places of business are in readi
VIGA. Spain, March 1. Reports UUuOILRu UU IU UllUltUn
tr. ordinarv wave of crimes of vlo- } curing his liberty immediately. He
ness they will probably take out their are circulated here of a remarkable
lone«- appears to have swept over: believes his trial will start soon.
dir.pure betweeu the commander of
licenses when they return.
Johnnni-slnu g and the forty miles of
the Italian battleship Roma and the HILL ATTEND DIVINE SERVICES
I’ITTNIH RG MINING MEN HELP rv> f.
\ particularly striking phaa-J
IN A BODY
British naval officers superintending
HPOKANK’H IMIIITIOI S
of tbi« remarkable outburst is the
the great maneuvers which have been
fr-quency of offenses which com«- un
in progress off tile Spauish coast.
der the "unwritten law” category.
Meeting of the tìub Was Held
When the Roma entered Vigo har
1'tnw Hi'h<>l.irwhl|>« An- to Ik- HI« I
Crimes of this cluiracter account
Last Night in the Rooms of
AMERICAN ORGANIZATION HAH
Memorial to De<«-u«cil Ht-Yrar-
for the <1 aths of two men shot in
sea. with the exception of the cruiser
Chamber of Commerce
GROWN VERY RAPIDLY
I »lil Daughter
Doris. The captain of the Doris ob
several cases of wounding
served that the Roma was anchoring
Only n few days ago a man shot
Sunday morning the members of
SPOKANE. Mardi I. II D. Mc- dead his wife and then committed Aiilhoritiv« Are Now Sure of the Mm- Vlu< h Good I« Being Done by Banding in the place previously occupied by
1 the battleship London The captain the Young Men's Booster club will at
Quade of Pittsburg, Pa. n wealthy’ suicide, ami during a liar quarrel one
dei-i-rw of the Four
the Youagvwters Togethi-r In
of the Dorris, it is stated, sent a wire tend divine services at Grace Metho-
mine owner and broker, has set miner shot n fellow miner thruogh
less ntesage to the British admiral . dist church. They will meet at Dr.
galde a fund for the training of tai- tho heart.
in chief at sea suggesting that he Westerfield’s office at 10:45 and pro-
- uted and ambitions young women In
\n European policeman has been
order the Roms to change her I ceed from there in a body to th?
Spokane who doslre musical careers. batteri-d to death by natives, and
WASHINGTON. March 1 The. Bov
.RENO, Fell. 2K. In a battle be
I'bls la as n memorial to his 12-year suicides are almost of dally occur tween state |H>lli-e and the Indiana Scouts of America, now holding here anchorage.
This was decided at a meeting ot
old daught-r Helen, who died some rence.
who killed four ranchers. 40 miles the first annual meeting of their na
! th«* club held Tuesday in the Chaui-
time ago "Mr. McQuade ivnd his
It Is admitted that for Its Huro- west of Tuscarora at Keller's ranch. tional council, are growing in num
■ ber of Commerce, when many other
■ hlld, who was a promising musician, pean population, put at 100.000, Indians were killed, four captured, ber« and influence for good amoung annoyed tho Italian commander, who
' matters of interest to the club came
passed some time In the western coun there Is more serious crime on the two sqmiws and two children were the younger generation Preston G.
up for consideration. ‘The question
try three yen is ago.” said F. W Rand than In any other part of the Killed nccldentaily and a Hqunw and Orwig. field s.cretary, who has travel use of the word "order.” So great
, of securing a club home was talked of
Stevens of Wallace, Idaho, who is In jrorld
The public betrays evident two children were captured.
The ed nil over the country organizing ficer of the Doris went to request i to a great extent, and a letter was
Hpokan as reproaeutative of the Pit nervousness as to what may happen fight began nt twelve and lusted for patrols and troops of Bov Scouts, say i
him to change his anchorage, he re <lraft«*d to Judge Willits relative to
■While In Spo when presently a- number of well three hours
about the movement:
plied that the regulations forbade securing quarters in hts building.
kane ils representative of oni rmllT known desperadoes arc released from
scout masters actively at
State policeman Hoyle was killed are 4.000
The securing of games, magazines,
kane the little Miss McQuade mads serving long terms of Imprisonment, In the tight.. As the Indians opened work in every st'ate in the uniop, him to obey the orders of any foreign
etc., for the clubrooms was talked of.
many warm friends. She died soon and Hie local detective staff makes lire first the police are auryi they are I more than 2.000 wf whom have al-
foreigner's jurisdiction. He declared I and the matter of seiectiug a suitable
after returning to her home tn the m> secret of the fact thnt they antici the same bunch who murdered the readv registered at th«
national bluntly that he would not move his club emblem was also discussed. . A
■ 'list. Mi. McQuade, who is a lover pate the use of the revolver by them four shn kniem
headquarters. it is estimated there ship.
committee was appointed to submit
<>( inusic, conceived the idea of hunt will lie more than usually frequent.
are at present 300.000 hy scouts tn
Up till now there have been no fur- J dt*signs for an emblem
lug out tiie talented and ambitious
Riol VXD DISORDER
the country. Patrols of troops have
Tuesday evening the club will hold
ther developments in the matter.
"tiinslt inns of Hpokntie and after glv TWO < t»U»RFD MEN IR F
VI t II It'AGO PRIMARIES llut-n set up in practically every or
another meeting, but the meeting
Ing them the best'tralning to be had
IA NCII ED IN GEORGIA
CHICAGO. March 1
Matty dlsor- ganization dealing with boy life
place will change with the Chamber
Quake Wreck« Mosqm*
'in tills city to send them cast, paying
AUGUSTA. March 1
Charged •It rs marked today's primaries, one such as
churches, Sunday schools,
of Commerce to its new location in
all expenses anil putting them under with the murder of white men. Rob- i n-an iH'Ing killed and a number In- Young : Men's Christian associations,
A the Heldrick building, next to the
CONSTANTINOPLE, Feb. 2 k
the best of instructors.
ert .lones and John Veasey, negroes, 1 Jured. Tin- election commissioners bays' clubs, playgrounds, Young violent earthquake was experienced Livermore hotel.
"The only thing Mr. McQuade asks were taken from the jail at Warreu I repott th- democratic vote heavier Men's Hebrew
and at Monastir and elsewhere through
In that the young women be nmbitmi.i ton. ami hanged to the limb of a I than was anticipated? it Is reported Young ; Men's Catholic associations
out the vilayet of Monastir. There
to learn and stick to their work tree. Their bodies were riddli-i d with | thnt Harrison is making An unexpect
J. Will Beckley of Monmouth is
While the growth has been re was some loss of life Several mos
until they are accomplished music bullets.
stopping at the Livermore.
markable. care has been taken to in- ques and houses were demolished
edly strong showing
RESTORE RICH LAND TO U. S.
RUEF 10 ÄPPEAL HIS CASE
DELI PREPARING FOR TRIAL-
TO ASSIST MUSIC STUDENTS