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LEADING I'Al'Elt OF
HOI I IO ItN OIO I.ON
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914
~1 REBELS LOSE THE
Mrs. Elizabeth Rhoades, Aged
CONGRESS ON THE
TOLL REPEAL ACT
THOUGHT HI KI
I litui loti- on ll H mi I i '« l*ro|MMillloii I*
for I'rtiain on Monile) —4’ongi-e«».
ii.cn Prop« ho - ,« l.lmll to the Time
for Deimling on Tliiw Question,
ll lilt li Meel« ll Illi
♦ REACHES EVKRYONR «
♦ IN KI.A.MATH COUNTY ♦
94, to v*.
Mrs. Elisabeth ilhuades, aged 94.
is going to vote in the Illinois elec
tions. Hire registered in Chh-ago at
the primary, anti there announced
h«-r Intention of voting if she lived
till ttie election, and »lie hadn't any
rioulit »ire would
Mrs. Rhoades is
I i llevi d to be the oiliest w srnan voter
In Illinois, at least, maybe In the
■ I want to vote to give Chicago a.
subway system,” said she, when she
«»» prowsed to tell what she thought
.its the most Important question be- ,
for«- the public of her city.
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FÄltHDS IN CITY
lull«, this afternoon motion for a
removal of the suit of Emanuel Engle
against the Algoma Lumber company
from the circuit court to the United
States district court was made before
Judge Brown. Sheppard A Brock of
Portl.iud are attorneys tor the lumber
concern, and 11. M. Manning and C.
M Onelll for the plaintiff
Engle Is ailing the company for
*35,000 damages. He lost a leg as
the result of an accident at the com
pany's plant last fall, and he alleges
this was due to negligence on the part •
of the company.
Wl *‘ti t!«fc trial of Charles E. Ham
mon 1 on a statutory charge was re
sult >-d today, every seat I nthe cir
cuit court was tilled with auditors,
wins followed the salacious details re
counted by witnesses. In one in
stall e some broke into laughter, but
they were quickly stifled by Judge
Benson's sharp teprimaud that there
was nothing funny about the affair.
Thia morning the wltuess«-» for the
state finished their testimony, and
Hamtnot.d took the stand thin after
noon He ' denied attacking Mary
Fleacher. and says that Instead, the
girl, clad In her nightgown, went to
bls bad, causing him to drive her out.
Geuig» IV. Brown of Roseburg, a
< Ian dale for attorney general, is In
I lamath Pam today, and escorted by
a cordon of sin u izh party men, he la
n etiiig many of ■ « old time friend ,
ir-rrt during his long residence hi
rutherti Or« gon
Mr. Brown as been district attor-
trey 111 bis district for slxte-n y> ar t.
He has the siipi>ort of all the Portiin i
United Press Mervtce
WASHINGTON, D. C., March 3«.—
Senator l«*wla Introduced an antl-fr*«
tolls resolution In the upper Louse
which provides that “in pursuance of
the true American doctrine of equal
justice to *11, and special privileges
to none. It Is expedient and just that
all vessels or tonnage passing through
the cstial shall bear or pay a sum of
< ompeusatlon so adjusted aa shall
■ «impensate for the expense of the
upkeep of the canal."
CARRANZA GOEN SOUTH WITH
Gil l s I I’.i I'KIMA' D
hl. OI l IH FALLH
I tilled Press Service
WAHIIINUTON, D. C„ March 1«
While the passage of the tolls repeal
4- ■J ‘ ’ Ut " t A
u< l Is considered as a certainly when
it cornea to a vote Saturday night or
Hl j i
douday, the bill has pre‘Ipated one
o( the moat bitter struggles that b«s
occ urred lu congress since the demo
A -L 1 ’
« J i
j». * »
crat* have controlled
lu the senate defeat looms aa a
possibility, while Adamson predicts
a house majority of from forty to sev
enty, possibly more.
A teat vole la expected this after
noon on the adoption of a special rule
placing the Kune resolution before the
house. It la expected that the major
ity In favor of the resolution will be
about the majority In favor of the
Chairman Henry called up the Mims
measure as soon aa the rivers and
harbors bill was passed, and proposed
to limit the debate on the repeal bill
1111 ALGOMA LUMBER CAMPANI United Press Service
to fifteen hours.
Mauu and Murdock waul mere par
HAKES MOTION TO TAKE THE
LONDON, .March 2«.—The Even
ty lines obliterated, while many of
News today announces the resig
ENGLE DAMAGE Hl IT OUT OF
the Woodrowltes are pleading for
of Field Marshal French and
patriotism above party platforms '*
Tin: CIRCUIT COUK T
General John Ewart.
EARLIER IN WEEK
Ml THERN OREGON CANDIDATE I RIAL or «HAULIN EI.OfMO.VD
AATKACT» A 1.A1U.E ATTI. NO
ANCl Ol CI Kl«,UNII—ENSON
I I N ;
MINI OLD < Hl M.S I .
>| i | hmi I|| oii
HEARS THE CASE
Say He’ll Fight Them
Hiili ISE, Ol EK FUE HUNDRED
I MILLARS VANISHES FROM THE
NAFE—LEAVEN WIFE AND FA.M-
ll.l HANTI NG
City of Gomez i’aliu lo in Retaken by
the Federal Troop«, Who Rally and
Drive Back the Invader*—Both
Side« Are Using Cannon, aud the
Battle in 1‘rogre«« is Fiercest of
EL PASO, March 2«.—A special
dispatch just received from Mexico
City says General Velasco wired Hu
erta that he has recaptured Gomez
Palacio and Matamoras.
It waa learned today that Carranza,
provisional president of the revolu
tionists, is not coming to Jaurez. In
stead, he is hurrying to th* front with
j troops to reinforce Villa.
It is understood that Viila wired
for aid. following a federal rally and
United Press Service
JAUREZ, MaMrch 26.—General
Chao at noon today said Villa wired
I tilted Press
HERE EOR VISU
Wm. Church Osborn, the wealthy
: lawyer, who was recently elected as
chairman of the democratic commit-
SISSON, Calif., March 2«.—B. W. HON. LAWRENCE T. HARRIS IS tee of Xew York state, has gained the
Googina, bookkeeper at J. M. B<hu-
ALSO A CANDIDATE FOR 8U- enmity of some adherents of Charles tlxat tbe flerc®®t battle of the revoiu-
ler’s store, has been ..Basing sine*
PREME JUDGE, AND IS FRIEND F. Murphy, boss of Tammany Hall Uon U ra«ln< at Torreon, following
’ the retaking of Gomez Palacio by the
Saturday night. This morning, when
»nd until lately in full command of Huerta forces.
the safe was opened, *540 was also
the party throughout the state. T*ey
Both forces are using artillery. The
rebels are using Lerdo as a base of
Googina left a wife and five chil
Hon. Lawrence T. Harris, who is iear tb*t he is trying to alienate Mur-'
dren In straightened circumstances. district deputy grand exalted ruler of ph>"* uP*8tat® followers, who in com- supplies.
As he stood high in the community, the Elks, la here from Eugene on a h'“1“« w!th him have made it possible
Blsston Is astounded by his act.
regular visit to the local lodge of the t0 contro1 the party machinery in the
order. He will make his official visit ,tate-
Osborn waa chosen at the instance
There are more motor boats In the tonight.
Harris is circuit judge of the Eu- of G<,wnor 01ynn- wh° haa tak«n ®
Premier Asquith is today desper Atlantic states than on the west coast,
toward M»n>hy. But
ately trying to tide over a crisis fol but the Pacific coast hss more motor gene district, and is one of the ablest “eu‘ral
boats per capita.
in the state. He is a candidate for he has held many conferences with
supreme justice, as is Judge Benson county leaders, and Tammany men
confer with these men tomorrow to1
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in a year r.707.000 cigars and 14,- of this city, and each strongly hopes think he Is making an effort to draw
try to induce them to remain in the ooo.OOO.OOO cigarettes were smoked the other will be one of the four to be them away fro mMurphy. Osborn has
always believed in politics of a much FEDERAL COURT AT FORTLAND
in the United 8tates.
different kind than that practiced by
SCORES FOR THE PLAINTIFF.
Murphy, and most of those familiar
U N MERGER
with state politics expect to see an
open break on the first occasion.
Effect of Decision Not Known IlVFBIfiilK THF
favorable to the government waa en
Ita« k Front California.
tered in the federal court here in the
William M lllaek, whu uperate« a
government's suit for the dissolution
rauch <>n the Merrill road. returnvd < iff fur Spencer.
ot the AmericaD Telegraph and Tele
last rwnlng front Balinas, Cal., wher«
Hl Chainborlalu, Hr E. V. Morrow,
Ln 11 UL UUilULL phone company from its independent
he ha» haen wlnterlng
V«’. A. Delzeli and Fred Houslou lull
in the latter'« car this afternoon for a
The Pacific Telephone A Telegraph
Good I lulling.
short fishing trip to Spencer Creek.
Y EGGMEN TAKE WOO FROM DY- eoniPlny• U»® Sunjet Telephone com
Fred Kremer. Charles Meldrum. The quartet will return tomorrow
pany and forty other defendants are
Percival Hholl and Frank Ritchie re night.
NAMITED \ Al LT, RUT MAKE affected by the decree, which is far-
turned last night from a fishing trip,
NO ATTEMPT TO SECURE SEV- reaching in ita effects.
to Spencer Creek They brought home hmu l-'rotn tlir
By < HARI.EN V. GALLOWAY
should control; und In the second delinquency upon a tax roll which
ERA I. THOUSAND IN GOLD
M>me fine trout to prove their asser
“Jap” Taylor, who »iterates a
The more pretentious apartment
(State Tax Commissioner)
place, many important provisions of does not come into his possession
tion» a» to their prowess.
freight boat on the Upper Lake, la In
in Vienna have a curious im
SALEM, .March 2«l.—Fiunl de4«r- the net would be rendered meaning until September.
the county seat today, attending to Miitmlitin of the issue ailsing from less. and inextrlvable confusion would
post levied upon them. The doors
“In fact there are many provisions
Nhivrw 11« turning
matt«r>« of bushiest), His boat will be Judge Cleeton'« decl»lon lu Multno result If April 1 was made the date of
are cloaed at 10 o’clock at night, and
of the statute which are effective and
LOS ANGELES, March 26.—Yegg- after that hour every one who goes
Mrs IV. T Bhive and MI hs Dorothy ready for bualn««» lu a very short mah county 1« not nettled aa yet. It delinquency. So, in accordance with
necessary and proper on the basis of men dynamited the outer vault of the or comes must pay 20 cents until
Bhive are expected thin evening from while.
1» not known nt thin time whether the the other provisions of the act, I find September 1st being the date of de
Oakland, where they spent the win
it necessary to hold September 1st the linquency, whlcll becomes meaning Eagle Rock bank, near the city limits midnight, and 40 cents thereafter un-
tounly will appeal.
More tltnn one-half of th money
ter ' Dad” Hhive and Alex left Oak
The defendant less and a source of unending con of Los Angeles, and escaped with til 6 o’clock in the morning.
The tax commission lnu> not, and delinquency date.
*500 in currency.
land a couple of days ngo In their car I derived from England's Income tax la cannot make a ruling In the matter.
contends rightly that this date would fusion if April 1st is taken as the
ctolected from Londoners.
last year Iowa produced 96,-
be determined by the spirit aud the date. I am, therefore, convinced that
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To determine whether the entire meaning of the act. With this the upon this conflict alone in the provi inner vault, in which was several 953,183 pounds of butter, which was
sold for *28,186,240.
state or only Multnomah county are court agrees. The court does not sions of this act, the court is fully thousand dollars in gold.
affected, the state tax commission Is agree that the spirit and meaning is warranted in declaring this part of
that there should be any delinquency the act regarding the penalties Inop
holding a meeting in Salem today.
The court's ruling is expected to before September 1st. Several In erative.
have a similar effect on the collection stances will quickly show that April
“in reaching this conclusion, the
of the penalty in the entire sUte. Tax- 1st cannot be sustained as the delin- court's mind is not free from doubt,
payers in every county have followed quency date. By section 21, chapter but in granting this restraining order
the case from Its inception, and tax 184, Lord's Oregon Laws of 1913, the It appears that no one can be Injured,
payments have been unusually small sheriff is mnde the collector of delin for If thlB court is wrong in its in
quent taxes. By section 25 the delin terpretation of this statute the higher
l ending tho outcome.
On the ground that taxes under the quent roll is not turned over to the court will, no doubt, correct the error
¡amended law of 1913 do not become sheriff until after September 1st. If and enable the tax collector to later-
delinquent until September 1st of the sheriff is to collect delinquent collect these penalties. If this court
'Cach. year, Circuit Judge Cleeton of taxes, and they are delinquent after should refuse this restraining order,
Workmen lire busily engaged In
The logging railroad has been ex- Multnomah county granted a restraln- April 1st, and the sheriff does not get the taxpayer would be compelled to
got ring the sawmill of the Algoma I tended a mile further Into the timber, ing order perpetually pnjolnfng the the roll until September 1st, taxpay pay these penalties and the annoyance
ers cannot pay their delinquent taxes and confusion and the difficulty of be
No longer will the householder and the complainant has been Inform«!
I,umber company In ajtape for the sen- A deal has just been completed where- county treasurer of that county from
by tho Devereaux tract of timber, ad-1 collecting a penalty of 1 per cent a during either April, May, June, July ing reimbursed to the amount of this amateur gardener have to silently that the neighbor haa somethin« ela*
son 4 t un, which will start Monday or joining the Algoma holdings, has been
month from those persons who have or August, for there is no one to re penalty when once paid Into the coun gnash his teeth and nurse his wrath to do besides “riding herd” on his
Tur day. The box factory Is also be purchased by tho company, and this paid one-half of their taxes prior to ceive the taxes; and certainly the law
poultry stock. Now, however, it la
ty treasury, should the higher court
contemplates the taxpayers may. dur- hold this portion of the statute in or fear of causing neighborhood trou up to him to either do thia or keep
will nlso be all cut to lumber thia sea April 1, 1914.
'1 he Algoma plant will bo kept busy son.
in summing up Judge Cleeton says Ing April, pay his taxes, especially valid would be almost insurmount ble when be returns home to find that the chicks penned up.
eight months, and the dally cut will
Much of th«» lumber w ill be convert In his decision:
when penalties are put upon th*m. able.
the nice little garden he so carefully
“There la an ordinance which pro
av«*rago about 100,000 feel. Thero ed Into box shocks at the company’s
"Under this, view I have taken. If he doe« not pay by May. again he Is
“The court is aware that the pro spaded, raked and planted has been hibits chickens running at large.”
will bo about 2,500,000 feet cut each box factory. Tho box factory turns there Is no legal duty resting upon further penalized, and so on until ceeding by Injunction Is an extraor torn and scratched to pieces by the said Poundmaater Hall today. “Vio-
mouth, making tho season's run close out about three carloads of shook a the taxpayer to pay taxes prior to Septeiuber. Again it will be noted dinary remedy and to be used only neighbor's chickens. If the neighbor lationa of this can be punished either
to 20,000,000 feet.
day, imii will furnish employment tho August 31, and there is no default un that it la made the sheriff's duty with when It becomes the means of pre- doesnot keep his chickens home he is by seizure of the chickens by the au
thorities or by the arrest and fining
To turn out this iimouut the com-| year around to fifty or sixty men.
til September 1st. It follows, there in month after delinquency to Issue venting a great Injustice and an lrre- liable to arrest,
The petition for removal Is baaed fore, that no penalties to be paid be certificates or delinquency. If the - parable - Injury.
pany will use it« own Umber« and it
There has been some complaint in of the people owning th* chickens. 1
This seems to be a
also expects to purchase logs from upon tho ground that the defendant la fore that date can be Imposed. That taxes become delinquent on April let proper case for the exercise of this different parts of the city regarding Intend to follow the latter court*, and
points around Upper Klamath Lake a foreign corporation, being Incorpor Is the date specially named by the it becomes the sheriff's duty in the power, for no one can be Injured, and chickens spoiling new gardens and compel people to keep their obickeoa
ated under th«» laws of California
1 statute which plaintiff contends month of May to Issue certificates of the rights of many may be protected.” flower beds, and tn nearly every case fenced in.”
fax Commissioners’ Meeting In Salem to Determine if Clee
ton’s Ruling Affects Entire State of Oregon or
Only Multnomah County
Algoma Mill Is Busy
Must Shut Up Chicks
Poundmaster Will Arrest Owners of Stray Poultry