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KMMATII KAMA. IHtlWlON, WKDNKHDAY, OCTOBER S, HIS
Prico, 0tr) OmtM
Bloody War in the Balkan States Cannot be Stopped
"Probe the Other Fellow, loo," is Roosevelt's Plea
CITIZEN SMITH
HAS RIGHT TO
BE CANDIDATE
in.utll. I-WV DOKM .NOT UAHI
I'A.V.ilHA.Nrt FROM OKFICK
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I'.tllor of llrial.t IU Krrrlrl the ,
l'orr f t'lllrlili Kvrr Hlnrr
nwkkt ii:ah auk oiaxth
HlriI.Mll-r la XrrrMary
(lather llraullful Flower
lu
Tim DMrtit pra In (ha gardnn
n( Mm. I! J Murray, roruer u(
(Nnlur Mint High atreet, hav
grown mi high Hint It Iim bit
loiup iwrraaary tit una n alep
ladder In pick t hi-III. Hotlin nf
Ilia UiiU am ten fet hlltli "lid
llll xroHliiK, It U predicted
that If tlin irMnt weather run.
tinner a i'vk longer ibn plant
lll lip nt Irimt twelve frrt IiIkIi.
Mm. Murray' yard re-
LOCAL WILSON
MEN ORGANIZE
-. -am. xoi.tlf ku.I.I llt.i .!.. I., il ..
Mr Ha llrtu of .lr III Father''' "" ""'"" !'" "
"' ( "City liraullful" rontrat
Nnlurallaalioft I'apef.
TwA D11I
Ml N'll -l Soiiii ( the llrnpfll
if llir Ha
!
IIOI.MI (.'. moHIIF.CK AND Wll,
mam waijnku iikcmvk mt
t'OXVIl.TM I.Yii
l. 11 lii Hlrlur Art
or kmIIm
(
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HI COON
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W t.'lllsea
l.'ulLd l'ra lervlre).
f CIIRYKNNR. Wyuj; Oct. I.
f Frank Wlgfall, a negfo, who as-
) taulted Mm. Julia Miff Ins, aged
4 TO. nt Itawllna. wa bitched thl
KIIATUIK I Oil l.mTIIII.I TIOX ,nrng by ,h, conTcU ,n ,h. .
IN MH.'AI. FIKI.D " penitentiary nt Rawlins. )
Tim mgro had been taken to
' the penitentiary to prevent bit )
Inl. ml Hlatutr
t totlon SIJ1 Tho children
t of ton who hare heeii duly
t aaturallinl uudrr any law o(
Ike I'nltftl Hlt, !.
lu undrr tha aga of II year at
I
l
HORSEFLY PLAN
IS APPROVED!
ihetlmoot Hip naturalliatlon ot j
tktlr irnU, (hall. If dwlllu
la thf I'nllad Hlatea, b romld.
rf4 cltlirui lbrif,
'
IIIIIIIUATKIV IMKUMT KAHT
Tka mornlni niiwnar baa arorad
1 "tfoep,"
TIi Niiclliwralarn bai dlacovorad
Utl W. 0. Hinlth, rdltor of Tba lltr
til, nd tba only candidal In thla
CliUkt fur tha oftlca ot ra)praan
Ulli. U nut a cllUau ot tba UntUd
Ctitrt. Thli U tha "acoop," and, Ilk
(rut many of th othar ticluaU
it'flu printed In that pr. It la
f.k.
W. 0. Hmllh I a cltlMO ot tba
I'nlUd Htatra, and acqutrad that dla
Uhftlon tBiityvlicht yvara ago, whoa
li ftthrr tccaino naturalltad. Mr.
8ulib Uirn lu Canada, and hit
father caino to the United Htata
la'.ity-fuur yrara ago. On ot the
(lit acti of Smith, aaulor, waa to do
cl.ra till liilintluu to becom a dt
Ixn of the United Btate. Hub
tinttly, and about lb time h aenl
fer bit family to Jolu him, h took
ou kit final paper, and thualy did
W 0. Hmllh becum m cllltan of lb
t'nllrd Htalra.
Ai kkiii an ho had attained bia
Jurlly, V. O. Hmllh oaarclaa th
friBchlie imnlcd American cltUna,
i"l ilnrv Hint time liaa conliuuod to
to ID,
Hi:ili: Wll.l. UK hTAIITKIt
HIM IN AH THH IIOMI IHMIIK IH
ACTIIIMII.MI
Tim Molarity Irrigation project hat
Un approved by th aUte enslneer,
and lh nnt atip In th completion
of thli Irrliatlon plan la the Imuance
of bond.
Attorney (.' J Kerftuaon left for
llminiita tixlay In attend a mwtlnu of
the land owiiem affrcled by the pro-Ji-ft.
At thla mrellnR It U niperled
that a bond luun will be alithnrlted.
Ill order to promotii cfTrrtlvvl)' the
ruiiipalmi of WoodroM tt'llion, a few
of lil frlciida here hnt taken tci
looking to the orcaultatlon of a Wll
ami C'luli. Tti Cortland oHlic of the
U'llaou aupMirtem haa aent a bundle
of llleraturo and n number ot large
lltlioKrapha of wllaon and Marahal
to Hollo C. Ilroeabvck and William
Wagner, nnd theae grntlemen will
illaltlbute them to thnan Interrated.
The Wllaon campaign l being aup
porlrd by amall contribution from
adtulrere throughout the United
Hiad-e, and either Mr. Wagner or Mr.
(lroberk will forward any aniounta
icntitrlliutrd by friend to the Portland
Iijiiartem, Hie nmounta helug receipted
for by the Hat publlahed In th I'ort
luinl Journal,
l being lynched by Irate1 cltlien.
t
EQUIPMENT IS
EN ROUTE HERE
MA.NKY HltOH. Ci. niKIMHK TO
NTAIIT WOKK OS TIIK HKCONII
I'.MT UlTKIMI WlNTKIt CAMI
TO UK KNTAIII.IMIIKII
U
A part of V'' o equipment of Maney
Urna. (') who aerured the contract
lor tho aecoud unit lateral of the
Klamath reclamation project, la being
liMHighl her overland, and I ox-IMH-leil
to arrive between October 8th
...! inn. Up W.IN whii will lilVu
n after Mr. Hmllh camo Wt, ,,.,,,. of' u,e work. and who waa In
iOI. ho fmiud an opportunity to ,,,... ... Wlirk ,,ono ln ,ho Mt n
'on a umber claim In Idaho. ,, ,,. ,,y ,ho company, will ar-,
kthtr than wait to aecur trom WU- rv ,lcr ,, ,hc Httlno t,ne. .
vn..n a terlined copy of hla faUtor'a ,nmwiuiely upon the arrival of
aturallMiioi, papera, and thereby , tntpmcnt winter quartern will
Ibv chiiuc of mlMlng hla opuor b(, ...tulillnhoil, and arrangement
"lly to ..cure the claim, he took ,,,,, , ,,,,, worki
on. ! Ilrat papera, and hla filing on Thl, ir.i reclamation uOlro ha re-
UB llniUl'r Clullll wmm ftllnwul . .. -.r.k.. ..... .!. nt U.H.I-
.... .. ...vnvv. ceiveo no wuru mm mw ui w..v,.
fie fwl.ral law la very clear ou ) Droit, haa been accepted, but thla la
ae rlghia of I(, children of foreign- taken for grnnlH, a they would not
' hti (limn 10 thla city and become 'bring their outfit hero unleaa Ihey hd
alurallied, The particular aocllon'dt-ilulte tirrnngement with the aecro
tthTTHl ii) 1,1 quuted above. , lary of the Interior.
Many Candidates are
in the Field for Office
Complete Lilt Shows that Democrat!
and Progressive! are Not so Ac
tive in Campaigning Here
MALIN FIELDS
ARE FERTILE
r'AIIMKHH OK THAT MIXTION HIC
I1IIIT UllKAT triUlfH IMI-OKT-Kl
IIAItl.KY I'HOVKH (JIlKAT
Nl'l-I.'KHH THKK
U. C. lw returned laat night en
tluialaaile over a trip to Matin, where
ir met a number of the farmer.
"It'a one ot the greateal farming
roi'ntrlea In the Weal," declared Mr.
I iiw.
Joaeph Otoman, who la farming an
vj acre tract, reported to Mr. I.ow
that hla crop of rye haa yielded 37 H
buahela to th acre, and averaged
ubnut aeven feet In height. After tho
header had paaacd ovtr tho Held a
home could Mally hide In th etubble.
Joaeph Kohout la farming about
twenty acre. A year ago he aecured
about twelve pounda of Imported bar-
ly, and, after two aowlnga, ralaed,'
r.i'U buahela from thla aeed.
Another micceaaful farmer of that
at-rtlon la Joaef Vlktorln, who report
.".I buahi'U of wheat to the acre.
OIXON WANTS
PROBE TO BE
EXHAUSTIVE
IIOOMKVKIrH MA.VAOKH INMHTH
OX A rHOIIK Or WlMtOX
HABEAS CORPUS
WRIT IS DENIED
IIKHMCK WALI.K.V Ml'HT KKMAIX
IN THK CfHTOIIV OK NHKHIKr
IIAft.VKH I'K.VDI.Mi A.N API'KAL
TO MIII'KKMK CXit'KT
Trrwinrrr of 'alioaaJ Cnwlltn (
IVOrl (Jlvr Tnattaaony Cmmtmmim
'MtrHNtUoawHlalMMr
ol Uw ppwartrT ArrlkiM.
ami r'rirk KacU Uatv t
Money
roltMKH I't'O IH
HKHTIM1 KANY
I'llll.ADKI.I'IIIA. Oct. I. lr. Ed
ward Klopl, who operated on Jim
Corbetl yeaterday, announced that
tho former champion puglllat la rat
1 lug enay and doing flue.
REPORT OF TRAIN
CHANGE DENIED
rilti"! I'u-aa Service
WA8IIINIJT0N. Oct. J. Testify
ing before the'aenate Inveatlgatlng
committee today, Senator Dlion de
mande'd to know how far lb Inquiry
waa going; aaylng, "I want the com
mittee to probe other campaign
funda bealdea Hooaovelt'i. The lm
preaalori prevail that thla Inveatlga
tlou la directed agalnat Itooaevell.
Why not probe Wllaon' campaign?"
The wttneaa aald that Munaay,
I'erkSna and Manna had given blm ap
proximately IX.OUO. Of thla amount
152.000 bad bn ipent at headquar
ter for literature.
"We got lota of dollar contribu
tion." th wltneaa aald.
II waa only from hearsay evidence,
tho wltneaa aald, that be had It that
attempta had been mad to buy dele
galea. He denied that the tloosavelt
The petition for a writ of habeas
corpua In the case of tho atats against
llernlce Wallen, charged with being
delinquent child, waa denied thla
morning by Judge lleiwon In the cir
cuit court, and the girl waa remanded
to the cuatody of the sheriff. The
cost were taxed to the petitioner.
Immediately upon the announce
ment of the declilon, (!. C. Ilrower,
attorney for the petitioner, gave no
tice of an appeal to the state supreme
court.
The application for the writ waa
Bad by the mother of llernlce. The
M waa arratUd In Texas on a charge
preferred In the county court here.
She was wanted as a witness to ap
pear agalnat her father, but beforo
ahe could be aerved with a aubpoena
aha left for the South, and waa stay
ing there with relatives when taken
Into cuatody.
ItOOHKYKIT IH KAVOBKD
California' Attorney fJeaeral
KlmU n loophole
United lra Bervlc
HACRAMKNTO, Oct. J. At
torney Oeneral Webb declared
todsy tbst the failure of Coun
ty Clerk Inland of Lo Angele
to certify that the 12.000 Roo
velt petition' did not vote at
the primaries, doe not Invali
date the petition.
The attorney general aald
that the Ixm Angeles county
clerk would be permitted to
remedy the defect.
It was feared that th Hoo
velt electors might, by this over
sight, be kept oil tha ballot.
: "PLEASE MISTER,
let us fight;
IS THE REQUEST
ItKI'ltKHt-'ATATIVKH OV IH1WK1M
(IKT HOMK XOTKH
FERRIS WAIVES
AN EXAMINATION
LAST CONCERTS
TO BE PLAYED
tlA.M WIIXD CLOHK THK HKAM)
HATl'KUAY KVK.MXQ BY PL.Y.
IXU A COMI'MMK.VTARY CON
CKRT sOR MKRCHANT8
I
Allln. Hay They Only lapalrc to FeWC)
tlie Kalian lo Allow Mareilanln ti
Havi- Hmall l.llirrtlf rigtitleMt U
lteMrtrl to lb in lrogiio Atongf
Frontier Troop Are; Beo y for
Immntlatr Hrrvkr ,
AtlKO CAIll'KXTKH Ml'HT KKMAIX
IN THK tX)t'XTV JAII. 1'KXDIXtJ
THK HiaiHIOX OK TIIK fOt'XTV
GUAM JUKY
Tho Isat concert but one of tho
(sou will be pUyed by tba Klamath
:PalU MIHUry band tonight In the
opera house, the evenings being con-
(sldersd too cool to play In th nark.
I On Saturday ,venla ih band will
itloae the conoart season by playing a
concert on Main atreet for tho apodal
benefit of the merchants whoa ub
icrlptlona have made these concerts
iposalble. The last two concerts will
he devoted to popular music exclu-alvely.
United Trass Ssrvlc
CONSTANTINOI'LK, Oct I. The
Turklah cabinet hss refused to nr
render the Servian mugltloM of war
recently aelted. ana appointed Ah
dullah Paaha to bo 'ceMmaoor-ra,
cblef of the Turkish forces la the Bal-I
kans.
The Dardanelles haa boon cloaod to,
lireek -ablpplng. Flrty-two. Orosk
vessel have been com nana wad as(
tranaporu.
The Rabat, a UVWMtf. aava:
4-c,"Thi atroroa of haraaa. snaraaat
J by alx ceaturlos ot Clarions batttos.
WIIISiWlgaHLBMIIaMHT:.
"is4B5la.C?Cr--
'BaaBZ!nlH;?w;?r
) "rmmJta; ," .
DEUJRAOrr, Oct. I-Ptftjr Tnrh
Ish soldiers ired volleys at Bnakka. a
town on th Servian frontier. Tka ,
Inhabitants Bad.
When Judge (Iravrx this morning1
fixed the bonda of F. Ferrla at 110,-j
000, the laat hope or the aged car
penter to aecure hla relcaae pending '
the convening of the grand Jury was
shattered. He will be unable to se
cure this amount of bond, and muat .
remain a prisoner In the county Jail.
Ferris, who la, charged with child
ateallng, was arraigned beforo Judge
Oravea thla morning, 'lie waived ex
amination and waa held to the grand
Jury.
"The penalty for the crime with
ELKS TAKE UP
noTinv nv i nn
SOFIA. Oct. I Duplicate
have been handed to tha represoata-
Jive of the powers by Oettlnja of Bel
grade, asking that the allies ha per
mitted to aettle the Turkish troubles
without Interference. It is declared
that the allien only want to fore tka
jmltan to grant Macedonia autonomy.
manager had uavd money to buy del- which Ferris Is charged Is from one
egiilea. jto twenty-five years," aald Judga
tioorgc Hlii'ldon. treaaurer of the (Have, "and It aeem to me that
national republlrun committee ofifio.opo la not an unreasonable
10US, textiriril that the Standard Oil amount to llx aa hla bond."
company had contributed f 100,000 1 ..
to the 1901 republican campaign John McCall, clerk In tha local
fund under Archbold'a name.
Other contributor were J
MMKIK Al'THORIZKH MRKCXOHK
TO COMPLKTR OKAL WITH
AI.KX MARTIN, JR., KOR MAIV
HTRKKT PROPKHTY
.leroplane on Frontier
BUDAPEST. Oct. . Telegram
from Sofia say that Turkish aaro
planea have been lighted scouting thf
llulgarlan frontier.
I'it Ceoreel
VIKNNA, Oct. :. A dUptach from
Athena aay that a bill has been In
troduced .In parliament suspending
. , ... . ,. . . the liberty of the press. The censor
The local lodge of Elks will have .,,, .. , ni.. a.,.1.
an exclusive home In thla city.
Thla waa definitely decided at the."
laat meeting ot the lodge when the'
I'ler-
pout Morgan. Henry Frlck and duo.
(loiild. Kach gave f 100,000.
Turks Ar Active
orK.'QTnrTiwnor r rvi .
I directors were authorlfed to take upl,ulUn nM (ofmMy ptMt,t0
I"" .T ." . . 7 " l.i Power against the moblliiatlon of
ut aiain miiu iinru Mi.rtjLai. xabih woicq
ifimumcw, win leave rnuay wun ni Mplrwj October lat.
iauiiij iur Ainianu, wuere no win
aend hla
1 rotative.
roopa In
nualv ItiA
TIlA Irtil.. ..A.tlllv M..ut KB. -.l
two week' vacation with '., ,J. .1.. "' ',"r, TurKey WM ""!. Borai
vr".: ;.'.r .::.,.": iflreek .hip. m Turkuh w... kav
tho Balkan. Slmultane-
moblllsatlon of troopa In
INSTITUTE TO
CLOSE TONIGHT
OFFICER COMES
FOR PRISONER
I Alex Martin. Jr.. for 113,000. Mr.lb,en wlled to Mrye M traMporU
inriiii in rivv?u &u airiiv miui eve
) ulrtK from Eugene.
Fighting Reported
LONDON, Oct. J. -It la rumored
Jesae Siemens, who baa been apend- that fighting haa started along the
Inc hi vacation In Portland, will re-iMontenegroan, Bulgarian and Turk
turn tonight. Ho will resume hlsilah borders. The rumor; la diaerad
iluiiftr In the poatoince tomorrow. 'lied.
THK ADItltKHH OK DR. WINHaUPJDKPUTY FROM a.CIUMKNTO
I
ornt;iAM ok thk hovthkrn
PACIFIC DKCIiAHK THAT THK
MOIt.M.MJ TRAIN Wll.l- MARK
CONNKtriiONH AT CHICO
I4.KAHKH MANY HTATB 8U
PKRINTKNDKNT OV BCHOOIJi
TO HPKAK TOX1GHT
rr tn Information ot vours a
nuKo1'1' ll,t of "ndldatas on th r
"an. dumocratlo and pro'greoalv
w nr ticket in th aUta and In
2i JU loun,)r ta htrawlth publUh
w' With th itat Uckt ar Includ
ed tho csndlda tea for congraa In each
district.
In addition to thcae regularly nom
inated candidates, a few Independ
ents have announced themtelvee for
(Condimed ou Va'ti'H
OrilclalK of tho Boulheru 1'aclflc
deny the report that has bean cur
rent to tho effect that thera Is abort-
' ly to bo u chango made In the morn
ing train out of Klamath Fall.
it Is stated that thla train will
rontlnuo to make connections through
to Chtco.
The report baa cauaed a consider
able falling off of the travel on the
morning train, a it was presumed
that passengers would have to lay
over at Weed.
The laat day of the Klamath Coun-
,ty Teacher' Institute opened this
morning to a good attendance. Th
morning waa apent In listening to an
aJdresa by Mia. Campbell of Tacoma
oh art, and lu special Instructions ln
iiarate rooma of the high school
building on different subjects.
The address last night by Dr, Win
ihlp waa especially pleasing, although
there was not as great aa audience aa
had been expected.
Thl evening Stat Superintendent
of School Alderman will deliver one
of hi charaeterlatle ddreaeaa.
Wll.l. ItKTL'RX WITH JOHKPH
INK WAOXKIt, WHO HTOLK A
QUANTITY OF CI.OTHK.H
Deputy Sheriff W. U. Kramer of
Sacramento arrived In the city last
night to take back to the California
capital Josephine Wagner, who waa
arreated here aeveral day ago on
telegraphic Information.
According to the California otBcer,
th,e crime with which the woman Is
charged waa aggravated. She atole a
quantity of clothe from th Cherry
Club In Sacramento. All that ahe waa
not able to put In her trunk she cut
to pieces, leaving the wreckage of
valuable garments scattered about
tka place.
Mexican Rebels Kill
American Vice-Consul
Ambassador to Mexico Receives a
Word of a Raid Made Sunday by
a Number of Caro's Followers
MEXICO CITY, Oct. 3. Ambawa
dor Wllaon waa notlfled today that
rebel murdered Allen McCaghn, the
American vice consul at Durango, and
two other Americana.
t
Ccnaul Hamm of Durango,
graphed that the rebels, headed
Louis Csro, raided tke CHI
owned by an American, and mnrderad 3j
Cliff and Herbert KihmL M m-A
agar, No details war flvon.
Vlf
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