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KLAMATH VAUH, OHKfJON, .Mll.Vli.tV, APRIL , Ifllit
f, (fiMi'i.irri: with
nilllll llf IllH "fllll ! Hlt'lll Klllllltllltl.
Dr. WIiIIh lnu been Uhi nlli'tiilliiK
physician, mid Dr. 'I'm in nud Merry
tilllll with lllmi railed In. Kn iirriiugi'
tiieul hntn yet been itiiiitn fur I lie
fiihi'Nil, wlilcli Mill probably Im held,
lllliler lllii iionplifa nf ( In. (Mil ..
lows lodge, lit which liu wn n member
lit long standing.
Tlin deceased na II )eurn nf ngn
III tliu Hill" of III ilniilli, mill Iiml lieen
n resident of Kliitniilli Fall fur nhniit
eight enr. tnuiltig lien fniiii Knlln
pull, Mont, 1 1 In wlfp, frtilil wlimii lie
Willi M'pnrnted, I hen lii Henttle, with
Ilia filling mill, iilmill fmir or live
yrlllH of fllte,
SLAYER OP Itl.ALTY MAX
iiti:i:i nv pei.iri: ji'ihu:
Oflliri- 'f MHMIIll.'
Mere '" " ' '"
'fcm-IJal ..f MrlHJsr.
, 'luaHIBB'lr) ,.jyfr
BJtr "" " '''''
.iku Trwplarn of Oregon
a th f Hr ''' 'Im '"""
tt 0 ucltH-k UK loreiioon
, m hold In ' Mnaiiiilc
I b l"fal KuIsM" Tcnuilwra,
i lime dram: enmmnnuer
itllirfnl I lie dlnprliantinil
inuJrr In KUmalli Kail.
rj.lfl the organisation and
iWm o do erV. mill a ti n r-
rob-Mr t granted later nj
flDI Mr Tlilrwon were
Xlllf r ill HaI'Tii rail iirnliu
ntof the IIidaI Airli Mason
, TbrniiM M Maid 1 1 'f
p, Wonhlpfiu Grand MnMrr
r. inJ A. M nf Oregon, mid
. tobln-on of I'nrtlnnil
trtiir; nf the Grand l.nlrr,
itUrind (imml t'om'innil
Itltf. The Inller nre lliak
ktlSl to I he I ml If of till.
Ill Mprllr M n.l ''"I-!,.,,, lUnmn.tr .!,,. Thai Rural
I llll IT '.l It H l.i.,t...k
iMiiiiiiniurw rnrnin riKiirvi m
I.OH AN(II:I.I:H, April 2!) Ml.
Vloln Carver, (lie 'rnriiinii girl who nl
tier (inllri. roiirl hearing her limt
rk vim (reeil from Hie rlmruo nf
hnvlng murdered II IMwlu l.lgi, n
ynilHK really oiierntur, ulnm.i ilenlti
fnllnwixt tliv illncliurcn nf n renler
In (Win Cnnrr'n IminU, In mi n ti'inl
iciIIiik tiiMnnl tin- liiitne nf iter I'nr
Oltx III tlie Winlillixlnii rlly.
Ilofurr iflmrtliie front ) Angelm
Mlt Carver rnll.il nl Hi" nltlr.. of !.
trl(t Allorney Kreilerlrlm in tlmnk
llllll nllit lll ilepilllen fur llle litrefill
lllVmtlKAtloii lliey innilx nf (lie iniiill.
linn of lick' inrnlnl fnriihlen nl Hie
llmr IMiti' Killed 'Die pnllrtt
Jinli wlni ill linri'il Ml Cnrter
mill IlieeUitrllfe neetnei In ulliivt tlml
I lio aliiinllliK Iiml lirrn nrrlilenlnl
i mii: nam wii.i. I'lioiiAim
IMii: IIAMI IN MCMCU
READY TO INVADE
ALL WARDS WILL.
United I'ri'Ht Kvrvlc
HACKAMII.STO, April 29. No
word linn licuii rctclvcil from Wimli-1
IiikIoii on which to lin n bclluf tlmtj
(lie Ciillfornln Niitlonnl (limrd will ho NCVCIIAIj Xi:V (.'AMHDATKH
railed on In rime of nil Invntlon of I UNTMIt KIICI.M
.iietiro, niroruiiiK lo uniur Aide fni
oiiel H. H. 'it ti ii(ii) today, I. nut Hnlur
HelMi)ei IVir) mill I'nlilile Alllte
ill MiiKihllenil II. i) 1'lnlel-Heilleil ).
il.is CniNei- Mrj IhiiiI I'lrpmliiu
I'm' l.i.nu Ken Vn)m TiiiiiMit
Itulmil Willi TiiMipk mi lloiml Shih
In Alilii nl Mm llleitn
iluy'H orilci for the recruiting mid
(oinplele Miilpini'ii( of nil Htnto
tronpn, lie mild, wiin merely denlKned
to nvolil rorifimlon In cnmi nny rnll ,
"ASKS COUNTRY DISTRICTS
TO AID 600D ROADS
' lilted rrrmi Hnrtlr
HAN IllClil). Tnllf , Aplll 2i. The
le.trn)ei I'etry mid I'rehhle nte ex.
piiliil In in.irli MiiRdiileini liny today,
Where mull tl nrilem Will lie opened.
'I'lie tinnpoil lliifnrd, with forty
ronipmileii of Infmilry nlmiird. In dun
IVnrliiK Inierteiitlon In Mmlio Uy
Hie lulled HUtifi would cniimi a Ken
trill innnti're. twehe American and
KliKlWi miliJectN nrrheil liy I lie
Meniiur lleiilto from Jaurnz tn-dny.
KefUKei llednre Hint all Amerl
i'AIK nre In ilmiiier III ne (lie I'liltnl
Hljle lnterciii-, The rriilmT Mary
liilnl In lakliiK on Hen Miiren, lliillnil
IliK n Ioiik Den toyiiKi'
Tlin llufnrd linn lieen Kperlnlly
iillppi'd with mlii ted llfeliootH and
inn iiddlllouiit life prenervern. no Hint
Hm miuliiiniii iiuinhtr of pniii('ii(ri!
iniy hv nrfoniuiudntvil
for tMlttll! f Hie IIIP:
rill Irlp for I lie dl.llllKlllllr.l,
U kn pUiuie.l to Hie t'p.
I lir M
l'ruMnl (IimmI IIimiI
iloJiy, but mi arruuiit of tint
I'OHTI.ANI), April 2K.II In now
cftif rllirr Ihn trip wniip to Urn roiintry dlitrlrU to do tlirlr
t It It not definitely nettled h"rt In olilnliilDK I lm CO.nno ln.
tit trip will lp inilt lumiir lair mrpMry l Inlllatn llio !
ikooiI mad niriure proponiMl, Ko
mUn of tin- nrw KlmnMh"r ' rpuinu .rnm hip .mh.i.ip -.-
KsonJry lio hnP Iki.pI ,,"" "' ' m "r" ury ,M"I "'
Kiog tot the m-Kmilmtlnii nrni1"' '",,1 ,l u '"''!' f"'"1 '"
K,. jtloim In which th new Inw will h of
tiit Mart In JrJ , Heorxn J.
T. W. 8trdirii, I.. I., Trim;,
Ktiit'p, Chnrh (Irnrea, I.. P.
frforio T llnhlwln, William
m,Jm(-.A Mnddnx, Chnrlm
Utitn. I II Wlthroy, J, II.
, til of llnll.i Commntidry
"ton; I, Jay Kunpp, Iranhoe
i.lJ.Vo, !t Wlmnmln: K. I..
lliton Cniiimniidry No. 3.
fwi It. Ilrameit, Orriton Com
Xa. I. Oregon. Or, W. A,
i. DtMota Commnndry No. f.
Oruon, T J Alton. pIUIiIp
imrnlry No IB, Iowa; K. II.
IrlfOlal Cuiumntiilry No. 3S,
: W, II, Terry. St. Omrr Com
So. 30, Callfornln; William
Boadlnol, Mnnhntlnn Com
No. SI, .Ww York! II. II.
Ollrti Comiiimidry No. SO,
'Uk.Arlmn.iii; J. II. Nlepnitc,
utr Ciimiimiiiiry No. fi, (!nl.
Han rule mid Nnrlal
nrn nt Wnndrraft will rIvo
"Ic ami Mxlnl at Ihn Odd
M on Tilendny nViilllltR,
i mi a iinmirn iiilkiuiiw
WRjiuiii refri'nhMPui An
"i "f 'nndirnfi ir. noteil
xxi tlr in Ihey linvn. vim ran
"4 Of ,i ihdlifhlfiil .ivelilnp.
Vt roMI.il-) luvhed
. iir.MiitKii oii ii:u
AMI IICIICKAIIH MHTi:V
IO M'OIIV Of lli:.l, I'ltlK.M).
Sllll IIV IMHTOII
Alioul thirty llvhvknhx and iilxty
Odd I't'lloWH (ilmtrved tl nilllher
miry of Ihu Order hy nttendnura In n
Imdy at the (Irnce Mcthodltt Church
tiiiudny. Hpvrlnl niunlc had been ar
ranged for Ihu orrnaloti, roinlitlns of
ii iiiartt't rompoaed of Mm. Wagner,
Mrn. CambU, Mr. tlpp mid Mr. Wal
ton. Mm. Wanner aUo Kino u nolo.
Tho tent taken by llcv. lico. Kcv
l'rnt Inlntik i vv" 'rom I. Hnniuel, 20:39: "Hut the
fni a full iiunta nf l.ott pnMinr.erH.Ind know not an) thliiK, only Jonathan
. .. . m .. ! I II... I.I lf....u .1... hinll..."
iiiriiniitiK iiiemiierH ni uie rri, nrpii'ii'i nmu im.- - .......v..
rn Hut Irmnport Ho apoku In part: "Tho Scripture
ArmrdliiK lo aihln-a from Mexlrojlit taken from one of Iho mint beau
City a llrltlnh wiimhln I mi her way tllul romantic morlen In all the world.
lo Hip Meilran went roan! lo afford a
refill!)' for MihJeiU of Orent llrltaln.
, It In likely that another lennel will
lp nriit by Orent llrltaln to Hip suit
ronil, Till action In the rentilt of nn
underntatidlnc brlwreii Hip Kiiropr.ni
pouern, It In not Imprnbnblp Hint
other natlnun InivInK Ititerrnl In Mex
Iro tuny fnllnw nult.
KMXIMIX AIH.U HICKNKHH
"KVKIIAl, WI'.iikh IHIIIA.
V" t till) (!liirmiil u.l......
'X!! Illlllcr I 111. nn .,f ll.n
"I nurat fnr the pant WOok.
""'" ,lck nl'out Ihroo wooko
remit of a wonkenod con
.believed to mvo been due
" ot l,l work and con
rf'-ertl. For tho past
iui , " noiiovoa mat
" nblo to ri'fovor on .e.
limit benefit nlinuld nlmw mure Inter
pal In Hip inniemriit.
Only four rounilen lme heeii heard
from nl all, run! ery few alKiiaiurea
weru obtained In theac, l-'rnm l.'u
Kent one petition una returned with
Jilat hnlf Hip ponnlblp number nf nlK
liallircrt mi II. Soven other pelltlonal
nvlil let l.tlKi'llP lmp not been lienrdi
from nl nil.
'I'nrtlnnd la lining lilorn than her
nhnrn In IhU work." nnld C. T. I'rnll.
Ill rliarKP ' Hip work nf obtaining
nlgnalunn. "WIiIIp II would bo po
llilo m oblnln nearly all thn nifea
aary aUnalurra here, wp do not rarp
til ilu ao. became If I he. penplp of I lie
rural illalrlola are not Intpreatrd aultl
clently In algn tho pvllllonn, there In
linlhlng V lll'lli'l'ti' ('"l ""' l"'(,l'le
would tip mifnrlpiitly Interenled In
pana Hip meiinuren Intn Inwa nt tho
"Wp muni get I lie rounlry dlatrlitn
Interenled nnd get their aiipporl. for
wl'lioiil It the bnckera of the move
inenl will not feel llkn going alieml
Tim "good road anuadron" met nl
tho Commercial Club ami formiilnlrtt
idann for the Iwo-wpeka' campnlgn to
ha Inniigiiriited May lat. lo nrounn in
lereal for the lillla. Commlllcea from
nil tho I'nrtlnnd orgnnlintlona inter
eatcil In the welfare mid promotion of
Oregon went prenont. II I belleveu
Hint Ihn denlred nnnkelllug o Ken-
era! Intereat over the Htnto will renull
from tho pnthimlnnm and publicity or
(lovernor hI may bo prevented
from acting nn commander of Iho
aqimdrnn nl tlio Um "f U "K""1'
roniU imrade," May lal, becauae of a
prevloiia oiiKngoment, but be bna
Htireil Mr. I'rnll Hint be will be In
I'nrtlnnil on that ilnto If ponnlble.
MILLIONS IN WAR MOTES
ISSUE OF SWISS BANK
..ttlmi Token by lii-tlliillnn Coder
I jtn Willi Ii IVrmlli SihIi mi Cuter
Ui'lir)' Clitlll.ilinn Coder CuiKiinl
OCNIIVA. April 2U. Antlclpntlng
ihn ponnlbllliy of mi oiithroak of wnrLnHlt (,1(. ,.ng of mt , ,,,, j,,na
It illlti-rn from oilier of almllar k'H
tlmenl found In. ancient literature In
that It I not mythical, but true.
"Odd Kellowahlp In fortunate In
having elected the atory of thui re
markable frlendahlp of Jonathan and
David, with which lo lnitlll In tbo
mind mid heart of It membvrnhlp,
the nplrlt mid principled of uuiilQah
mid ronntant devutloii. To David thin
frlendahlp wan mi oanl In Iho desert.
It nupplled n longing that In In tho
henrl of evtryinun. There In no a.it
Infactlon bo great In life iih Unit which
come Ihrough Ihn oxerclne of conll
"Nothing pnln moro or In more
highly icnnured than Hie betrayal of
eonlldencp. ThU atory forma n dm
mntlr rcprenenlntlon which Includes
aotiie of Iho force mid character
found In Individual life or noclely.
It dramatic pemoline cnnnlnt of
In i:uroie. thn Swln National bank
linn ut fliilnlied printing $r,.000,000
worth of 20 frnnr "war note." Thin
action wa taken In nriordanre with a
federal law which permit audi nn
i mergi'tiry circulation "In extraordi
nary clriiimnlnnren," and upon me re
porl of one of the bank' director,
who nrently made u careful luventl
gallon of the relation, minting among
the groat power. The bank' head
rjuuiKiH nl Zurich mid will not be I
him it nulrnn wnr I iirlunlly declared.
Tim low eat Swlnn bank nolo nt prenont
In .'.u frnnr.
I.KTTKIt TO I'AI. IIIIIXOM
MKK KKXTKXrK T IIOI.MKM
United Praia Bcrvlra
1.08 ANflKI.KR, April 29.A fare
l letter to hll Hill lit. HlO 10110 lie
form ichool. itntlnB tbat be Intended
to I'rmck aafeu when bo bad done. liU
thno," onrned a aenlcnco of life lm
prlionmont today for Cbnrlea Holme,
one of a duo who ahot Judo W. II.
Jamleaen, whllo attempting to rob liN
home. Ilolmei la 9 yonra of ngo.
Ilia imrtner In the Jamleaen Job,
Oliarlea White, IB, wm committed to
the ono ichool.
The inemherK of Klnmnlh l.odgo
No. TT. A. F. A. M. nre requested to
nltend u apeclal communication this
Mnniliir eenlug. The wommpiui
Ornnil Mimler and the tlrnnu i.ogo
Olllrer will be roceUed. There will
he work In the Third degree una n
farewell banquet In honor of llrother
Alex Martin Jr.
All llllnB Mason nro Invited to
hp present. Hy order of the W. M.
II. B. MOMYKH. Secretary.
til Wlm Would Make Harp for City
OfllioM Muni Kile IVlllloni hy
ToeMlny Hmnlerwui anil 'Xlrliolaa
for Mayor 4. II. Momiii Will 0m
hw l-avitl for Colli e Judge Hie
iiieii J)nly Cnl ry for Tn-iiiurer
Rflveinl new cundlilaten entered the
Held for rlty oHlccn today. Karly thl
morning it developed that. A. I.. I.eav
llt wn not to have a clear field for
pollen Judge. The frlcmla of J, II.
Mnnon circulated petition thin morn
ing In place him In nomination for
thnl olllce. M. It. Doty ban filed tils
petition for councilman In the Fifth
In the Aral word petitioner hnvc
already been circulated for J. F. Goel
lor for councilman to lurceed Colonel
Wllklna, who wilt soon change hi res
idence to another ward. C. II. Under
wood, K. C. O ret ley and J. II. Hamil
ton will probably be the candidate
from the Third wnrd, although other
entries are expected. It. K. Wntten
burg and Fred Methane arc talked of
In tho Second wnrd.
For a time It looked as though
there might bo a scnrclty of timber to
select from In choosing councllmen.
Today a number of tboc who hnvc
been on the fenco have got Into the
game and nre out rustling for sign
ers. Kvcry ward, ll now npepars, will
be well represented on the official bal
The rnco for mayor will bo between
F. T. Sanderson, tho present Incum
bent, nnd I'ollre Judge T. P. Nicholas.
It Is not probable Hint there will be
any other cntrlea for this office. No
new names have been proposed for
Treasurer, nnd it Is belloved that Cap
tain Slemenn will be the only can
didate for this office.
MI.VO IICACH MAY HIUC
KXI'KftTK TO IICX CITY
I.ONO IIIIACH, Calif,, April 29.
Managerial form of municipal gov
ernment fin practiced In German cities
In being considered by n committee
named to recommend n governmental
framework for I6ng llcnch.
Tho rommltleo will decide between
tho managerial nnd commission plans.
If the former I decided upon, which
appears likely, Long Ilcach will be
tin pioneer American city to bid for
tho services as mayor and murilclpnl
department bends of men whose abil
ity has been proven In other cltlca or
In business fields.
CIICIKK CltATCIt I-AKK
TIMIIKIt TIIIH YKAIt
. All tho timber lands In tho Crater
l.ako national forest cast of tho di
vide will have been cruised by the
end of tho summer, says the Mcdford
Mall Tribune. II. I). Foster with a
rrcw of ten men will leave Medford
the middle of May and superintend
tho work until It Is completed.
Most of tho cruising work In the
forest has been accomplished on the
pant slope of tho rango In the past on
account of Iho fact that that area was
particularly heavy. With the com
pletion of that section, cruising crews
will commence on the heavy district
on the west slope.
VITOItXKYH IIL'TCMC KKXT 8F
CCHCI) HY I'liAI.NTIFF
Murdoch's Hult for Injunction Agilnet
lluildlng of Court House on Hot
Hpringn Tract Heft-In In Karaest
Hefore Judge Coke I'laiatira Evidence-
Doing Hubmltted -County
Official Among Wllne
CLARK SWAMPED WITH
CM TO AMERICA
TO COMFORT HER SON
I'arl of Hieuker' I'rivate Offlro Ha
Hern Set Anlde a Menagerie for
flatter Cants I'lrwenletl hy Many
Udtcd Press Service
WASHINGTON. April 29. If dele
gate would only drift Into Speaker
Champ Clark's camp with the reg
ularity that "lioun' dawga" appear
tho Mtsourlan would have the nomi
nation sewed up by this time, and be
planning his stumping trips.
About every admirer ot the speak
er, it would seem, tins felt It Incum
bent upon him to rend n plaster cast
of ii tearful canine that looks as
though It bad been kicked around
alnco Grovcr Cleveland left the White
house In 1S9T. Kvcry day n fresh con
signment of "lioun' dnwgs" appenr
little dogs, big dogs, dogs In plaster.
Fiiriiiei- Wife nml Young Hrlile-Wld
niv nf Colonel Anlor Will .Meet fnr
Hie Fln.1 Time 8lnro thp Wedding;,,, water colors. In pen and Ink. etc,
(Vroiuony So Iteiently Celebrated A fan Francisco woman donated a
. I beautiful piece of statuary showing a
MIMA VKIIV I'NIIAI'I'V
IF 8VIT'8 CIUTKHIOX
NKW YOIIK. April 29. Kmmn
Cams, the octres. I suing her brok
er. W. I.. Stevens & Co,, to recover
fS,aii..H. which bo nlloge U duo
her on u transaction In United State
, .ii-irenii siivb Hint In October
Inst she entered Into an agreement
with tho broker whereby thoy bought
mn .Lnren of steel stock to hold on
..,!.. iiiitert to her onlor. A month
iiim- .he sbvs. thoy converted tho
.1... in their own uso without con
sulting her. Within n reasonable time
afterward tho market vniue oi wio
tho defendants had a clnlm of $4.
stock waa 18,987.40. against which
041.30. 8ho wants tho difference, with
than. David, the shepherd lad, des
lined lo occupy a lofty position nniong
men. nnd n Ind unconsciously playing
n very Important pnrt In the live of
thn other. The character of haul is
dlsaiinolntlng. Whatever virtue ho
ponnosned In early llfo gradually dls
appeared through the development of
the tower element of hi personality.
Through envy, setllshnes nnd false
pride ho became suspicious, Jealous,
vicious and cruel.
"At last bu Indulged In'opon defiant
contempt of God. Forsaking Hod he
oven stooped to consult familiar spir
it concerning his present welfare and
eternal destiny. He show that hu
man nnluro unaided hy higher power
jend toward growth In evil.
"In David, tho Innocent victim of
succes and n pleasing personality. I
found tho ovory ready champion ror
ii... ridit nnd Eood. I.ver rendy lo
..nirnire with sling or sword the might
Uy wenponed nnd securely enirencnea
glanl of evil. He ha nn muhorngo
that U secure, an aim that I lofty, a
..ri.ielnln Hint cannot bo KiUlisnyeit, a
motive Hint U high nnd pure.
"A single thread of action In life
connect a noble purpose with n most
worthy object. To dally recogniso
God Is necessary to him. Ho would
not compromlso prlnclplo for n tent
of honor. He would not glvo up a
good cause to avoid abuse. Ho rep
icsents such a class In life. Ker forg
ing to tho front, having n worm view
of thins nnd men. he scan the horl
sou of thought for the best of wis
dom. Whether struggling In Iho prog
ress of nations, In the Issue between
capital and labor. In morul uplifts or
thu higher Plains ot life, ho calls eut:
Ho of good courage, let us play the
mn for our people.'
"With such for an Inspiration, uaa
Fellowship becomes a champion for
tho right, an uplifting helpful force
In society. Odd Fellowship naturally
opposea the Institutions In our midst
that are of evil tendency and deatruc
United Press Sorvtc
NKW YOIIK. April 29. Willi Vln
cent Astor, a boy of 21, succeeding a
bend of the houre of Astor, two prin
ces dowager, Mrs. Avn Willing As
tor, hi mother, nnd tho brldo-wldow
who wdw snatched from the sea, to
guide him, the Astor dynasty ha en
tered Inlo tho strangest era of Its
Confined to her bed, whero sho re-
vIowh, In tears, tho horror ot tbo
Titaulc disaster, nnd her parting with
her husband, tho young widow of
John Jacob Astor learned today that
her predecessor, Mr. Ava Willing
Astor, Is returning to America to
comfort her on. Since Madeline
Force married John Jacob Astor she
ha not met his former wife. It may
come to n point where Vincent, Astor
may be forced lo chooso between his
n'other nnd the girl who became his
farmer parrying a dog under his Arm
and seemingly looking well pleased
with conditions In -general. Another
admirer contributed a bloodhound.
done In water colors, while a MUsou
rlau, whose nsroo tho speaker with
holds, has volunteered to present him
with tho flnoit flesh nnd blood hound
Hint aver barked up n coon tree In
Missouri. The offer will probably be
neepted as soon as congress adjourns
nnd tho speaker gets back to his homo
In Howling Green, where the dog ran
be cared for under Champ' personal
A pnrt of tho speaker's private of
fice has been set aside ns a "menag
erie." There the weird assortment
ot "dnwgs" Is stationed and carefully
guarded. Clnrk was usked how he
Tho trial of the case of the court
house Injunction suit waa taken up
In circuit court at 9 o'clock this morn
ing. H. F. Murdoch, the plaintiff,
had secured the services of Rutenle ;
Kent as attorneys, and Mr. Rutenle
roado a statement of his client's side
of the case, and what would be at
tempted to bo proven by the evidence.
Attorney Drake stated tbat as It wa
a suit In equity, the defendants would
reserve the right to make a statement
In reply before the case was submit
ted to the Judge.
Attorney Rutenle denied the alle
gations made In tho reply by the de
fendants, and stated that they would
prore in subatanco that the county
had exceeded Its legal Indebtedness,
and denied that there was a sufficient
fund set aside for the building ot a
coart house, and denied that the
rounty had received a title to- a free)
site In the Hot 8prlngs, contending
Hint at any time the voter of the
c r.nty t-nould see fit to remove the
county rc.it from Klamath PalU. the
property would revert to the donors,
ami the county would lose all the Im
provements. He argues tbat the pro
posed site was not within the county
seat, and that a building ahould not
be erected thereon until the matter
had .been submitted to tho voUra-oL -the
county at a general election.
The first witness called to the stand
waa City Knglneeer Don J. Zumwalt
Tho purpose for placing Zumwalt on
the stand was to verify a blue print
of Klamath Falls and to point out the
location of the postofllce and the dis
tance therefrom of the Hot Springs
silo for the court house. Much argu
ing between Judge Drake for de
fendant and Attorney Rutenle for the
plaintiff retained the witness on the
stand for an hour before be had an
swered one question. Judge Drake
objected to the admission of the map
on the theory that It purported to
have reference to a town In Oregon
because there was no dedication of
streets and alleys. Mr. Rutenle re
plied that a street marked as a street
constituted a dedication.
Hero Judge Coke stated and later
on In the forenoon session, tbat as It
was entirety probable that the Injunc
tion suit would be tried de noco In
tho supreme court, he was Inclined to
permit everything to go Into the rec
ord except what waa positively and
palpably Immaterial, so that the high
er tribunal would have alt the testi
mony or Information that waa In any
way relevant, "but," said the Judge,
"this court wilt decide this case only
with referenco to such exhibits as R
considers strictly pertinent."
"A county seat," said the plaintiff's
attorney, answering further objec
tions by Judge Drake, "Is where It Is
Thero will be n called meeting ot
tho Woman' Civic I.enguo nt tho
Chamber of Commerce r.ooms on
Thursday, May 4, nt 3 o'clock. All
women nre earnestly requested to bo
MARY A. JACK80N. Pre.
nvneete.1 tn mnvn his treasure bark
to nowllng Green, nnd he suggested Meslgnnted to be until removed by the
Hint n freight car might be necessary vote of the citizens of the county. A
But If the flood of "dnwgs" continues f Continued en Page 4
until congress adjourns, It Is likely
that n wholo train will have to be
pressed Into service.
tivu ot the hotter Interests ot society.
"Tho lad Is tho Innocent party to a
great transaction of weighty signifi
cance. Ho I the connecting iiiik. ho
la tho channel through which Intelli
gence passes. He Innocently solves
tho problom. HI Btrength lay In
willingness nnd obedience.
"Jonathan anneals to us most. Ho
Is tho model friend. Ho has tho least
to gain nnd the most to lose on ac
count of his friendship. He help
David, knowing that David will not
feel able to repay. His friendship Is
uratclcal. Not fair words, but deeds
His frlendshh) Is constant. A friend
during popularity, a friend during ex.
treme reverses. The covenant be
tween Jonathan and David Indicates
this: 'Tho Lord be between thee nnd
me, between thy seed and my seed
I. W.W. AGITATORS NOT
They Shake lut From Their Shoes,
Keeking Krenh Field and Past urea
Newer nnd fireener One of Hie
Hunch I Confined
A8TORIA, April 29. The I. W.
W. agitators, having failed to make
any Impression upon the working
men ot this city, and discouraged tn
their efforts to make trouble here,
have shaken tho dust ot Astoria off
their feet and sought fresh fields and
pastures new. W. T. Neff. who was
fined 130 tn the police court last week
for refusing to move on whn,asked
to do so by a policeman, was, the last
to leave. ,
MONEY TO 3AN
real estate tn
tract Co. Sttf
TIMB UP MAY 1 VOtl TUB PAY.
MEXT8 OF THE BUILDING AXi
MAINTENANCE CHARGES FOR
The farmers under the United
States Irrigation system lu Klamath
county have made a good showing In
the payments ot their building and
(maintenance charge The payments
for the building charge for 1911 and
maintenance charge tor X81I are nay
able at the land oee at Lakevlew by
May 1. Up to today about 10 nas
cent of the payments have beea made,
ptacttcally all of these bene made
through the Water Users Association
office and forwarded to Lakevlew by
the dUbursIng agent of the reclama
tion service. '
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