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0 DIVISIONS ATLANTIC FLEET ARE MOBILIZING NEAR KEY WEST
AT STAKE BY MOB
(ialM')Mi:il TO ATTACKIM)
fjM I-"1' "' Vtood Ksturntrd
(HI. Piled About llio Htakc
ItarelU l U ltm-M) by n Moh nf
Ti Ttionmil People Negro l
rime I'nlil llif I latum Hcgin lu
ll.tr. If" fen Ice
TTL..R. Texas Mar 35 Dan Davis
ttri II. Brc'u turned nt Ilia
ruk Ibl morning in the presence of
1.M0 kttrr he had confessed to at
atixt Carrie ' hnon, a IC-ycar
U ctrl. Wagon loads of wood tat
vtlti with oi er piled about the
Dttt h's-e until thn flame
KaUlit of l1lil. t Dorrl
A bunch of atixul twenty member
flUKnlxhts ' Pxhlas will so to
Cttrrti thlt r k where the team
tSl cvoftr ' anks mi n tils elaa
WnaJlrtln the IhirrU l.odge.
n turn nf local lodge haa had
rxjldrWr -a )rr 111 work recent
tf, u4 ! a il he In excellent
In Banks Must Be
Paid to the State
RAI.EM. Mar 88. In compliance
with a tlecUlon rendered recently In
me supreme court in favor nf ik.
tale, the First National bank or Port
land haa paid -dormant deposit
amounting In 17,1119.50 to Attorney
General Crawford. When the state
sought to collect the dspoelt tha bank
contra ted tha constitutionality of the
nc and lost. A number.nf other banka
In the atate hare declined to par over
to the atatn almllar depoalia, pending
k decision In tha ease, and these will
uln be collected now.
Return I'miii sprint- Creek
S. C Pplnk and Game Warden C.
. Ramtiir rrturnrd last evening
tB Sprlst ( reek The (lame War
fta kid teen to the Wood Hirer
rmtry looking after condition there
(U iDt a da nt .Spring Creek on
M return Mr Spink say that the
trxt are biting One. and quite a
tiaWr of sportsmen are enjoying tha
uilhfoa Spring ' reek and William-
VERDICT FAVORS THE
Fr-wer. When Turned Frets Nay Ttiat
He U Very IU.I Ttiat He Kept the
Crowd Front Hanging Attorney
DISMISS LAST OF
United I'reM Hervlce
HAN FHANCIHCO, Maj- IS.Judie
tjwlor dlimlaaed twenly-anren In
dlctmenta agalnat Kugeuo Hchmllf.
the lait u( hundreds round during the
Kr(l probe. They were dlatnlced on
the ground that thu raiea !id not
reen tried within tho v.ttulorv Uly
Tho. V Manner nt Crearent and
Mlaa Vivian llnnnlck of Bllrer l.aka
were united In marriage thli mornlni
by Juntlro Charlea (Irarea. The cert
mony waa performed at the residence
of the Justice. Afer a tew day) In
this city Mr. and Mrs. Manner will re
turn to Creacent. where they will
inaka their home,
Unllsd free Service
HAN DIKOU, May Z6.J. M. Tor
ler was freed of the charge of head
In the vigilante who threatened the
Industrialist attorney Moore and
Itobblna. The verdict waa returned at
II o'clock last night. When leaving
the court room I'orter said he waa
glad he had kept the crowd from
hanging Moore recently.
trxDAY i: i:mno
Tie following is the program for
Us mtmorlal sertires to bo held In
Hsuton's oprn house tomorrow
tmit at s o dock
Vailc-lly the chorus.
fcrlpture Heading Iter. Henry
VbiIc Fly ih chorus,
laroatlon iter J 8. fltubble
'Mo Sir Don J Zumwalt.
rmon-Ilev K M. Plynn.
Kttlc lly the chorus.
BnHlctlon Itev (Jro, Peese.
Tkt Bfmb-rs nf the (I. A. II. and
t-womsn llrlicf Corps will meet
ttfcs library bmldlnn at 7:30, and
Mrh tn the op-ra house In a body.
T infral public U Invited to the
Not lc o Woodmen
Alt-Woodmen, and especially the
members of thn team, are requested
to meet at the W. O. W. ball 8unday.
May 21, at 3 p. m., for the purpoaoe
prrparlns to lake part tn Deeoratloei
Day exercises on May 30. Hsmera
ber the hour Is 3 p. m. Uo not fall
to be on hand.
Captain of the Team.
mav Urmia: kditou
MINNKAI'OI.IH, Minn.. May 35.--
Methodist are considering tho retire
ment of Dr. James Hockley, 75, the
editor of the Christian Advocate for
twenly-fitir year. Adjournment of
the conference comes May 391b.
X IIUMiHKI) THOl'NASD NOW OUT
FISH DEALERS TO
NTATK niMMIHMIO.V KAVOKM THK
AIHUHIII.. IIV LAW THK
AUTOMATIC Oil VVMV 11 VS IN
TAI-T CAI.IMH IKMMKVn.TH
United I'rrs Servtca
XKWAIID. N. J.. May JJ. Speak-
Ing at Arlington today, President
Taft said his re-nomlnatlon Is cer
tain, no matter how New Jersey
went. Iloosevelt's nomination, he
asierted, was absolutely Impossible.
l)ll-:i AT MIDNU.HT
United Press Service
Kl.KTON. Md., May 35. Clovernnr
Crothent died at midnight of llrliilh's
Hr. ind Mrs I'has. I.oomls leave
tomorro morinnc for Newport, to
Pt4 the summer
11 WILL BE -TECHNICAL
KMAWTTION IV IMItltOW CAHK
T.tKrS I I .most OK HAY IN
MVI.M. nil Mt.tTIO.V FOIt FU
f'ltKl Treij Rervlco
WS A.S'ni.'I.Kfl, Moy 25 The Oar
' prbitcution took up most of the
'iDMUMlining records and laying
'o-h'lslloii for future testimony,
wrrow's aituriieyi fought every lcgl
Wt. makinK ctrtnln that tho trial
"I t riplcti, with technical battles.
Attorney Itoicers Is fighting partial
alr.t tho Introduction of any
wlnony except an to tho Lockwood
iccount of the rain and bad
atber, tho socialist picnic for Hun
. My 26, has been postponed. As
btltute an Ico cream social will
!1 at tin. socialist hall at 8 p. m.
"M.y evening. May 26.
TO BE DISCUSSED
C. V. IIIIOWKII IIKCKIl'm NOTICK
OK A.V.WAI. MKCTIKtt OK NA
TIONAL MUNICIPAL LKAOUK
MKI-mXO AT m ANflKLKH
Mr. C. C, llrower, who Is a member
or tho National Municipal League,
haa received an announcement for tha
annual meeting for II2 to bo held
at Lo Angeles from July 8th to 12th,
which Is expected to bo on of tho
most largely attended meetings of tho
league over held. This organlintlon
having for Its object the study and
betterment of municipal low and busl
nesx methods, Is constantly growing
lu popularity and Influence. Its prob
lems are considered standards, and
It now quarterly magailne, National
Munlclnal llevlow. occupies a now
nnd most useful field In magaxlne lit
eraturo and municipal progress.
AmongUbo subject for lecluro ana
discussion at thn coming meeting aro
tho follewing: "The Kxpert In Muni
cipal Affalra"; "fllmpllclty, Publicity
and Kfflcloncy In Municipal Affalra";
"Commission Government and uiy
Planning"; "Municipal Flnancea and
Taxation"; "Btate rs. Municipal iteg
ulatlon of Public Utllltle";; "Actual
nn.rtion of Initiative. Iteferendum
and necall In California"; "Tha Ellm
(nation of the Party Boss in uaiiior
nla Cltlea"; "Tho Municipal Health
Problem": "Civic Education" ana
other equally Important lubjecta.
rOKTLANU. May. 35. Qnedy flak
dealer throughout the state am lo
lose their llcenaea and a reclaaalflra
tlon 1 to be made, according lo tha
Instructions given Master Klsh War
den It. K. Clantun by the state fish
und game commission. Under the
system of licensing In use thn dealer
are classified and pay license accord
ing to the amount nf fish sold the year
previous for which tho license Is Is
sued. Tho dealers mako affidavit be
fore a notary regarding this business.
)ct many hnve perjured themselves tn
escape paying for a more costly li
cense. Warden Clanton has collected
evidence regarding Die amount of fish
each handled last year, and all who
have falsified will have their licenses
cancelled. New licenses of tho class
to which each belong wilt bo Issued,
but what further action will bo taken
has not been determined.
Another Important step taken by
the commission was the recommenda
tion that all who are Interested In fish
and gam lu the state send sugges
tion to Secretary J. K. Hughes at Ra
tern In order that legislation may be
proposed nlong lines to the best In-
iterests nf all ennrerned. Thn re
quest Is nindo not only to anglers and
hunters, but to farmer and poople
living along river and lakes.
The nbnllahliig by taw of the auto
mitllc gun In hunting and an appeal
to the sportsmen to do away with the
pump gun was urged, A law abolish
Ing tho automatic gun In hunting I to
he Introduced la tho next legislature
by Honstor L. K. tcan of tano county.
Oeorgo II. Kelly was re-olected a
member nf tha commission, and C. IC.
Cranston, chairman, nnd C. V. Rlnnn
In his report to tho commission for
April, Warden Clanton stales that tin
affair of his department are progres
sing smoothly, In his Inspection of
thn fish ladder at Oregon City ho re
ported that no damage had been dono
by thn spring freshets. On tho coast
Iho take of steelhend eggs Is reported
to be very encouraging, and at Tilla
mook It Is expected at least 4,000,000
egg will be token during tho season.
Ho also reports Hint thn permanent
nshwny around tho Ament dam In
flouthern Oregon I being constructed
end will be completed within a fow
Embodied In the report Is a report
from Fish Culturlst Wilson, who,
with Chlsf Deputy Craig, I prepar
ing to gatbor rainbow trout eggs from
iho lake of Eastern Oregon. Mr.
Milson report that the lake aro still
froxen over, and that snow from five
to six feet deep will delay the work
for a tlmo, but that overythlng la be
ing mado ready, Tha outlook la con
sidered exceptionally good for a large
With llMSMtml aad Klfteea VeaaeU
l.ylag at I lie Ituctu Loaded Willi
Kuotl, Which U HoMlag, tha lrkti
of KMNtalMffa la Loadoa Are Hear
ing lu a lroliH4tlr Klgare. aati
Will Ho.., lie lattaaMeti
United I'reM Barvlc
LONDON, May !,Th carter
have struck out of sympathy with tha
dock worker. Over 100,000 roan am
Prices of food stuffs In London art
soaring with tit vtaaala loaded with
food lying at tha dock, rotting.
Tho available supply of food will
last but a short time, aad no relief la
In sight at present.
ships my mwm
"I don't mind paying two bit for a
good drink, but ll'a awful to have to
pay two and a half for drlak of aoda
pop." said It. C. Hart, ealef clerk In
Iho lighthouse ofske, who hat Just re
turned from a tuoath'a trip to Central
HUM, when a fellow gU warm tha
two and a halfa not so bad for a
Ibltt quencher, altaaagd.it la a trtla
higher than tha arte aahaa far tha
same wet goods ham. but It la aet
13.50, by any mean. Homatlmea,
however, It's fare value Is Mora aad
sometimes Irss, aa thn value of tha alt
ver change all the time In Guate
mala, where I got 170 pejos, which la
their dollar, for a good American 110
Mr. Hart, who went toj'anama oa
thn steamer Honoma, which carried
Iho Hau Kranrlsco Commercial Club
excursion, saya that be enjoyed every
minute nf the trip, and that they were
very nicely treated. At' flan Pedro
and Kan Diego, -where Ihe steamer
called In, they were made to feel the
hospitality of those places.
Three days were spent In Panama,
and he saya the opportunity lo view
the canal waa worth the entire trip.
Mr. Hart saya that tha big ditch U
over 80 per cent completed, and that
If II became neceaaary It could be
finished nnd ready for traSle to paa
through by July of next year. At tha
present time the operations are being
carried on actively, and tha last toad
of cement waa dumped Into the Oatun
lock on April 19.
It I expected that the trial sailing
if government vessels through tha
canal will take place In Augast, 1913,
hut regular commercial traffic will
probably not be permitted before the
formal opening, est for January 1,
United Prase Hsrvtc
PAHADKNA. Calif., May 35, Pro
hibition received another sstbsck
here today when a charter amend
ment enlarging liquor privilege nf
hotels and restaurant carried by a
majority of 1(0.
KINII MAKKri HKCOIIII FOH
AVIATION OVKH WATKIt
Hope off Wright's
DAYTON, Ohio, May 25,AVItbur
Wright slept well last night, Ho Is
gradually gaining In strength, and his
relatives are hopeful for his recovery.
United Preaa ftervlra
MILWAUKKK, Wis., May 36,.
Farnuni Fish, the Loa Angel avi
ator, arrived here from Chicago at
1 1 10, flying IB mile over water, and
breaking tha record or Paul liana.
which waa 71 mite. He carried 300
pound of silk on his machine.
Dill HHKHMAN OO TO
CHICAGO, May 36. Vice Preal
dent Hhermen arrived hern today,
but declined to talk to thn reporter.
It la rumored In Washington that
"barman went to see lorlaj)r, aad
ask him to resign from the United
iium RKCKivtcn iiv pohtlani
COUNCIL KMOW NTILL MOHK
HKia'CTION IN KIOUHKN KOH
JOIINHON CONFIDENT OF
vitrroitv ovkh klynn
Unllsd Press Hervlrn
CHICAGO, May 35. Jack Johnson
and parly have started for Las Vegas.
He said! "I'll return tho heavy
weight champion. Hhould atop Klynn
In ten rounds."
Cmsua shows Thai There Am Now
flO.OOO In the Mtate. 40,000 of
Whom Have Arrived Within the
l.aa Ten Year
' II. J. Winter Jewelry ntoro atom
porarlly cloedlsln order to prtpara
for tho auction (alavvhien ,
urday evening at 7:30, aad will con
tlnun for a few daya at 1:10 and 7:10
until is.ooo in cash I reaiuaa
MORE MONEY FOR
COMMITTEE IN CHARGE OF NEC
OND KTIIEET IMPROVEMENT
HUCKIVKH ANOTHER CONTHI
llt'TIO.V TO FUND ,
O. W. White, one of tha commit
tee In charge of tb aubacrlptlon for
tho Improvement of Second atraet,
received a substantial contribution
today to tha fund la tha aim ol 600
by 0, S. and R. B. Moor. Mr. White
date that there now remain only
3,3E0 to be raliad to complete tha
fund of 110,000, which I to b uaad
In tha work.
PORTLAND, May 3i. Aaother
material reduction In the price of
bard aurfare paving In this city ha
resulted from Ihe war between the
paving companies, lu bids received
by the council fur street Improve
ment this week the standard price of
gravel bltullthlc pavement of l.6n
aa reduced to 11.40 a square turd
by the Oregon Independent Paving
company and the price or llassam
pavement, which formerly ranged
from 11.76 to 11,15 a square yard,
waa quoted at 11.45 a square yard by
Ihe Oregon llassam Paving company.
Four companies submitted propos
als on gravel bltullthlc. The Oregon
Independent Paving company, which
I largely responsible for thn general
reduction of the price of (treat Im
provement during tho last three
year, bid for Ihe first tlmo on a
bltullthlc pavement, which la covered
by patent, and thn right for whlrh
In this state ara held by thn Warren
Construction company. Heretofore
thla company ha bid almost exclu
sively on asphalt pavement. Two
weeks ago Ihe llarber Asphalt com
pany, which also until recently cln-
fined Itself to laying aaphalt pave
ments, submitted proposals for gravel
bltullthlc, but the general price of
11.60 per square yard established by
tha Warren Construction company
From Indication It appeara that
Iho Warren Construction company
haa thrown down the bars for' this
type of pavement, and 'la permitting
anybody who will pay a royalty lo
submit proposal. A thn iltuatlon
now (lands, ths three companies
above named and tha Pacific flrldge
company ara In a position tn la thla
type of atraet Improvement.
Tha Acma Paving company, a new
concern, aublmtted proposals for im
provements for thn first time, and It
I aald thla concern Intenda confining
Itself exclusively to laying aaphalt.
City Engineer Hurlburt'a now u.tve
ment, known aa tha asphalt roncrnte,
o far haa not mat with tho general
approval of the paving concerns. c Jef
frey k Dufton waa the only firm
which aubmltted bid on this type of
Improvement, and tb unit prlco'ws
qulted at 11.45 a square yard,
HACIIAMENTO, May 36. How
fruit gowlng and truck gardening
Kalians are streaming Into tho state
of California la shown In a census
report received hero from Washing
l lie report shows that there are
now 83,649 Italians In the stale, a
against 33,774 In 1903, this element
of the population having almost trip
led In ten year. Tho report show
also that Ihe Irish aro concentrating
about Han Francisco bay, and that
the Germans are moving elsewhere.
That flan Francisco Is a more cosmo
politan city than Iroa Angeles, which
ha a greater percentage of native
born Americana than any other city
on the Pacific roast Is also shown.
Han Francisco haa 130,893 foreign
born while, l,o Angeles haa (0,364,
and Oakland (4,823, aay the report.
Other foreign born residents In
California are enumerated aa follew:
Kngllsh, ts.COfl; Canadians, 44,420;
Mexicans, 33,384; Hwedee, 14.385;
Portuguese, 33,647; French, 17.381;
Australians, 17,330; Husslans, !(,
gfiOj Hwlas, 11,300, Danish, 14,201,
nnd Hrotch, 13,708,
IN CUBA NEAR
CAIIINKT FEAIW IT WILL IIKCOMl.
Continued Violence lo Americans aad
Foreigner and Drotmrtlon of Kail
mail Prolierty May Torre Washing
ton to Take a Hand lUlllealilpa
Ordered In Mobilise at Key Weal lo
NOT CANDIDATE FOIt
United Press Hervlce
HACIIAMENTO, May 35. Gover
nor Johnson announced today that he
Is not a candldatn for temporary
chairman at Ihe Chicago convention,
but will second the nomination of
Roosevelt I Jubilant
ABHBURY PARK, N, J May 15.
Colonel Rooaavelt I In Aahbury Park
and la jubilant orar 1 Hew Jersey
recaption, which ha aaya he axpsct
to win with awaaplng majority.
H will apeak nt aJllsabsth tonight,
after which he will go to Oyster Bay
to spend Sunday, nnd will return to
tha struggle In New Jersey on Monday.
CHAMPION PEIIKOIIMEIIH KOH
IIODEO AltE IN THE CITY, AND
I.NTEIIKHT INCHEAWEH AH THE
GREAT EVENT DRAWH NEAR
United Press Dsrvlce
WAHIIINGTON, D. C, May 36.
(Utor) Tho navy department thla
afternoon ordered Iho mobilisation of
battleships at Key West. Itear-Ad-
mlral Oslerhouso commends tho fleet,
lilch will Includo Iho third and
fourth divisions of tho Atlantic fleet,
Including tho battleships Georgia,
Nebraska, New Jersey, llhodo Island,
Mississippi, Missouri, Minnesota and
Ohio. Tho hospital ship Holacn accom
panies tho vessels, whllo two supply
ships will go later.
WAHIIINGTON. I). C, May 35.
Thn ntato department at noon re
quested iho navy department to send
Iho battleship Nebraska and other
ships than ran be readily called Into
service to tnoblllto at Key West, and
there to he held In readlnesa awaiting
development In the Cuban revolution.
The cabinet I evidently aUrmed at
the condition of affair.
Member of Ihe cabinet fear tha
necessity of Cuban Intervention I ap
proaching as a result of continued
violence to Americans and foreigner
and destruction of wires and railroad
properly. Tho tracks at Quanta
namo nf the Western railroad, owned
by Americans, haa been destroyed.
(lomex Is alarmed, and haa appealed
ror volunteers. The Cuban govern
ment flnancea are In bad shape.
The war department refuses to ad
mit It Is preparing lo send troops tn
Tho member of Iho Patriarchal
branch of Odd Kelloa have Issued a
challenge to the subordinate lodge for
a bowling tournament to be held at
Iho Jericho Club alleys. The chat '
longo was accepted, and thn teams of
five players each will bo selected soon
from each branch of Iho order.
Art Acord, who I to do thn bull
dogging stunt during tho llodoo, and
John Judd, champion trick and fancy
rider, aro In the city getting ready
for their exhibition next week. Man
ager II. P. Whitman hi his buncn
of bucking horso Installed at tho
Itodeo ground, where they are tak
ing on a llttlo flesh after their trip
from Loa Angela.
Tho work on thn ground I pro
gressing nicely under tho direction
of Paul nroltensteln, and everythtnx
will be In readiness for the big event,
which begin next Friday, Membera
of the Klka lodge wilt go down to
the grounda tomorrow and help put
the finishing touches on tho Improve
ment being made.
Headquarter for tho Rodeo havo
been opened In the old Flrat National
nnk building, and the committee
are all busy completing all tho ar
rangements, ao that tnaro will be no
hitch during the three daya alter-talnmont.
W. R. C. Notice
All member of tha W. R. O, are
requested to meat nt tha hall Sunday
evening nt 7 o'clock, to attend tha
Memorial rrtct nt th opera house.
Odd Fellow Will March
Klamath l.odge No. 137, 1. O. O. F.,
at Its meeting last night accepted tha
Invitation of tho committee In charge
of tho Memorial services, and decided
In turn out In n body Decoration Day,
MOST OK THK CllltRCIIEH OF THE
CITY Wll.li UNITE IN DACCA
LAl'HEATK HKRVICEH AT AUDI
Nearly all of tho churche of thn
clly will unlto In tho annual bacca
laureate (ervlrea of the Klamath
County high school to be held In thn
high school auditorium at 11 a. m.
tomorrow, Tho sermon will bn de
I'vored by nor, J. B. Htubbtefleld.
Folowlng Is tho program'
Invocation Her. Geo. H, Fees,
Scripture Reading Ror. Geo. II.
Prayer Rev. K. M. Flynn.
Holo "Oh, Divine Redeemer"
(Qounod) Mrs. Dlrdaan Fraker-
Sermon "What Next" Rev. J, B.
Benediction Rev. B. M. riyaa.