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KLAMATH KAM. OHMJOK, THUKHRAY, (KTORKK II, IBM
Priesv Five Cents
I Can Stand My ExpenseBill", Grins J. P. Morgan
Beatty Says California Primary Law Not
IAFT MEN LOSE HECTOR SAVES DERVAN SECURES HELEN COULD IS HEW YORK PLUTES WOOD DEALERS WAR CLOUD YET
AN AUTOMOBILE HIS FREEDOM! IN TRAIN WRECK. MUST PAY HIGH: EVADE ARREST HOVERS OVER THE
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(HIM' Jl'Hril'K HKCI.AHK THK
NTATi: IAW IM HAM
' The irmiiil Act tot) of (), M. Hector
this morning aated automobile be-
irrln !- !" Tllllr MiinilKni i Waterman
. i-ll.l.ir ml Ultra Hoowvell denlrucllun.
(fear I Mil Prgrrlr Are Ik
A PI.KA THAT WINK THK AT.)
TKTIOX OK THK OKKICKHM OK
K.tMOl'H WOMAN H XOT IX
Jl'HKIr KH1HT I'KOPI.K HIT
KKH TWO Wtt.l. IMK
TRVS MKTROPOLI8 AXDKKW I
CARMHOIK HKAIM.THE LWT OF '
SOX HAH IIKKX DISCO VKRKD. v
OKKICKHM AIIK OX THK THAI I, i
Joe tlervan. who wa recently tak-ti huh rttt r1re
t'fi liilo eu.tody on a charge of In-
lirrii released from I lie
About n I.'. Dili morning Mr Wat-
from com- iuuty, has
NKW YOKK. Oct. 3. Ths city tag
,booki have ben opened to the public.
BUFFALO. Oct. 3.Klght people ilt woe shown that real and parsoMl
rii Ininrrd, tn.faUlly, In a wreck property assessable for 1913 tout In
'value slightly mora mat 7,lw,vuo,-
AM.IKIl XATIOXH HflCB AN ULTI
MATUM TO .TURKU
000, a net Increase of nearly 300,-
lllioul a hearlnc. ' i
Mti. Dcrvaa cams bare and made a i"" l'" West Shore linn today,
erman stopped In front of the Hector I for Hip release of tier huibaud,. Helen Oould'a private car wa. ilf. '- ..-a ,.i.. .
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rumi iii iw " ! . -.- 'r""""' p.i.iu i . n.j uau nil. i mitr iiumiiBK'ii'ii uy mo iuun-1 j-noil, imt Ml.. Mould escaped with
I, ,r lliililrn Hal HUtr Slate '" m,nrr l'l'l'-'l '' l l"cliln.. ty olnrlali, thr rrlraio of IVrran waa,,,,,. ,. I
than the rntlnr burnt Into rUmi. nrilired , ,
Uh llr.iiiiillilr. Mr, Hurinr, wltli rnr
mlnd, crabbnl a Orci cUlnauUlirr and J mtnii Wnrdrn of the county court. Atator Hilled
Imrrlnl to ttm liiirnlnit car. arrived In the city thl afternoon t'ulti"! I'rew Hervlca
"''""''" h"r,,r" Tho chemical u played ou the from Korl Klamath, where he haa TUKNTON N.J Oct . Aviator
SiN' niANCIHCO, Oct. 3, The biirnlna- rnlne and In a ahort time' been for vrral daya looking .-., " ..' ' " ,'', ,.
tl.U lupreme court ha. denied the ' U.l .park wu eitluitul.h, The'l.U ranch property. "h WM Ml,,d V ' '" " ""' .
T,liltc writ of mandamua. deC.aln!CAr' . u-njM.a to .ucn .
.. . . .an etlviit that It n hauled to the Artloa llelajretl
mt the llooirvelt rlrrtora ra en-1 ,....,. lholl ,, , .. , ' ,
. , 'repair anop. y. j Kerguion returned from Ho
l!li4 to rrpuuucaii arnanaiion
tiounda thin afternoon. II fell J.oOO
liiileAie Paeaiala aavltlt ate
rumen tBI taVtmeVa eM mu BaiiUBlS t .
. ., .,,,,', ..... ,u llrorn
nirni ui iv,vvv,vi'v iraue 1110 fr
aonat llat. The eatatea of John D.
Itockefeller, John Jacob Aator and
Joseph I'ulltter are aaaensed at Vr
000.000 each; Cornellua Vanderbllt,
18.000.000; Mm. Kueeell Sae. !,
r.10.000. and laador Straua, $2,000.-000.
Real eatate owned by J. I'. Morgan,
I lit-oige Anderaon and A. V. Brier
have dropped completely out of alght,
nnd every effort of the authorities to
dUcover tbelr whereabouta haa been
It la known that the two men,'
wanted bera for taking away mort-
la-Mgrd properly, ahlpped tbelr outfit'
Aahland to Vancouver, D. C.,'
out the Canadian offlcera have not re-,
rotted any aucceea In trailing them
after they arrived In IJrUUh territory. i t t(MMv
It waa expected that Sheriff Baraea,
and C. F. Stone, attorney for the I fntr HieM.
'creditor of Drier A Anderaon, would United Prase Sarrlc '
..tart for the North Wednesday, but U lUSaNNK, SwKseflaad. Oe. 4
a no word waa received from the1 Th Turklah and itallaw ran..
Klgtitlag la KtforiM AltNkt 1
llrr, Hut Xo CowHrwtloai
Hrm Rerrlvrtl Mrhooea arr Cleawd
In Mnnlrargro, and KnUiawlaMai la
at ll lllghrat lolat MoblllaaUoa
of Tmopi ContiaiBsea
U btltol Hecretary of Htale Jor
ia U ui'tmld III hi. dvcUloli to ac
it pt tht HiHiM-ri.lt ronvrntloit In Hac
i Binto i republican,
Tkt rfeclilnn, whleh waa uaaaW'
nam, tr.tr. the Taflltea without a '
CbU f Juttlre lleatty .aid
"It. (irlm.ry law I. i bad law. It
nikt niiir to have been paaaed but
A li th Uw, ami we are bound by It."
The court ruled that the .lata law
I nrrlbeil what roti.tltutc'd the re
Micn party and lha national party
I'd nothing to do with It. '
nania U.t night, where he went to
Argument, were mad. today In the , , metUng of he Und owntr.
... ui io i-nr t. nu,..u., w. v Mnvcted by the
liuieuic appeareii lor me piaiuun anu
nilutl A Klllott for the defen.e.
by the Horsefly Irrigation
project. It waa eapertcd that at thl.
meeting bond, would be authorised
for the carrying on of the work, but
action waa delayed for a week.
Mwln""i , ,-,..,i. M -u. .....,.,. . .1,. .... -!& . ... . . .. J ..
$1.76.000; Charlea M. Schwab. U.-l , '" -... -. -- - -- e reaenunvea nave agreea on u
,700.000; Harry Payne Whitney. l. ,rJ", ''" P?Vn. It I. probable,) ., ,wraa of peace tr.aty.v4
iJB.000. The Orand Central elation " crlff n.rne. will uk. up th. . tbM ,t WW .)
d at 116.000.000. the Kqult- "c '"" """ ""'" "" " ined eoon. f
Webb to Re lwrrr
(' It. Webb, who haa been connect
ill with tbe Chamber of Commerce I la aaaeaaed
liert for several month., will leave able Life building alte at $11,000,
Ihl. evening for Berkeley, where he 1 000, the Metropolitan Life bulfdlng at.
will enter the law department of the. $13,416,000 and tbe Mutual Life at,
1'iiltrralty of California. - ,I10.00000. ,
af. i i f t-r- naasaaw5Ecafci --ni jassaattsa.
Wlr K OK WKM. K.NOW.N MKIIHIU.'
MAX llM AKTr.lt AV OPKIl.t-
TIOX AT UN.'AI. HOMI'ITAI IX
rKHMKNT AT MKHHIM.
W SECURED III
I0IED CASE M LAST .;
Mooted Law Point Disposed
of by the State Supreme Court
D. V. Kuykendall Receives News of a Decision Which
Will Prevent Delay in the Trial of Many Actions in
this County. Cross Bill Practice is Involved
UNCLE SAM TO!
liBllrd CrMi Ilrrl4 .
i . -' - .1 A.
M l.t-.UOmxN. Oct.' IndHtlaaa a
preparing to strike
Bulgaria first and the hardest.. Tbe
(war office bellereiTthatTa few reil-
menta will be aufflclent to dlspoa of
iKOUl CAH OKIQIXATIXO IN HeporU that the Turlllah forts
THK luAKKVIKW MXH DI8-lhllve flrl on th Ottmk aieamars In
tbe Bosphorua are uaconBrmed.
TIUCT ARK OX TIUAI. IX KKTV.
KRAI. COURT IX JIKUFORD
IIKMIRADR, Oct. 3. Servla
Mrs. T. Calmrs of Merrill died at
the lllarkhurn hospital at S o'clock
this morning, following an operation
for tuberculosis. Her mother, Mrs.
II. Iloyt, and her hu.band were
lirr bod.lde when thn eud came.
I Mrs, Calmea was 37 years of age.
tklMl lie TIMTIMOXV AilAtVST JHlie was born In Colu.a county, Calif.,
Ilium ixi.l'i.u ...I. ui Iibm rnalilnl In Merrill for n num-
tiiit.i. Uvi.t. .v. .,.......' I ber of years. Hhe I. .urvlved by her '". received In thla city by Attorney 'lower court making a declalon on the
fiii-nr'iv k....'..1..!, ' hu.band, parent., a .l.ler. Mrs. Alll- li. V. Kuykendall thla morning, an nurlts of the bill, an appeal would till
Four caaea originating In the Uke-,1 U1 Turkish aeropUnea nnd
Mew land district are being tried inttrtni wlond. of munitions of war
. . .. . .. . j ... Jen route to Turkey,
the federal court In Medford. All are
As a result of a decision which li.ai In the past It haa been the practice
just been handed down by the state for nltornr). to set up cross bill,
supreme court, and news of which when delay was desired. Upon the
l.lU4 I'lui HerUre
Isnn of Berkeley, Calif., and six broth- instrument of delay which baa been le taken.
.era, all redding In Oregon effectively u.ed by Klamath Kail, at- tint appeal, tbe law
cases In which the government aoska Turks llrpslatrt
.to recover for timber alleged to have VIKNNA, Oct. 3. It la reported
been taken by the defendants froml"" lht 8ervlan regiment has re
, ,.mA pulaed a Turkish battalion attempt-
rendered was Donnrt A Uonart vs. C. K """ a- ,nf tocro u,e frontier.
I. Stewart and M. M. Uou.h, and. Syke. Hamaker and Kl.le alcael- Tn MhooU ,n Montenegro nave
fcrew out of a dispute for tbe posses- lau are Jointly sued for $10,435. 'been closed. Enthusiasm la at the
nion of the .tore room now occupied 8yl(M n,mi,er nnd Earl Brooke! highest point, and tbe mobilisation
ii' the I'aira oiiiiaru nan. a croaa . lfi ... - o( troopa Is being rushed.
waa filed and decided by IheJ . j . .
Pending the dlapoalllon of .court. An appeal was taken, and the! " " n""1" """" I'lUmalum Given
esse would be, original action was forgotten In thetr $17,089.
t'court an opinion on tho point of Uw.Ja90i
) ' Mr. Kuykendall entered tbe case as I , w.'
No arrangements have been mauoltnrncyi, has been put out of rommls-.beld up. As the stain supreme court u-Uort to secure from the supreme
INIMAXAI'OI.IH, Oct 3. Tho Jury (or the funeral, but It Is oipectdikOUi nmi much mooted law point 'l almost twe years behind In Its
irtunM In the casea In which llrtnt It will occur Haturda) Inter-(iposed of. woik, the law case would be held up
Mnlnrni labor lenders are defend- mrnl will tie In Merrill The supremo court haa held that for that time at least. nn attorney for bondsmen, and ar
,M on charges of a conspiracy to - when the lower court disposes of n Aa a result of the recent ruling by
!"Ule thr w n ,e transportation ThousaniU (lieri Taft cross bill tho law ease must be pro- the Huprcme court, the filing of n
f ttplolvea. nt 3 n'rlock thla after- IIHOCKTON. Mass.. Oct. $. I'resl- coeiled with at once, and not held up rrcsa bill In the futuro will not cause
'"" itent Tafl und Mrs. Taft visited the i until an appeal to the supreme court
11" taking of testimony will be Brockton fair today. About 100,000 en the cross bill declalon Is com-
1 J. I). Hamaker, Individually, for
"Jfled at oace.
any more delay-than Its disposition In
Hi n lower courta.
, people cheered the preeldent.
in IUHl'1 VVW.. .. MM MW.
The case In which tho declslou was of this declalon
Orion, regl.ter of the United
States land office at Ijikevlew. Is one
gued along the line of the decision of ot the witnesses for the government
the supreme court. Vh0 u in attendance at court, be bav
There are a number of caaea nownit Deen ,Ubpoenaed more especially
pending In the courta In thla section ltliat he mfnt brtnK wi,n j,ibi lhe
which may now be tried as a result i0fflcUI records of tbe land oflce for
use In the trial.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Oct. 3, The
j Bulgarian. Servian, Montenegroau
and flreek mlnliters have Jointly la
sued an ultimatum to Turkey, de
manding autonomy for Macedonia.
Albanian, Servla and Crete' within
three days. If thla Is not granted n
second ultimatum will be delivered to
the powers, giving notice that unless
the Turks yield within the second
three days, war will start.
Money King Forgets a
J Pierpont Morgan Tells Senate In
vestigating Committee of Cam
paign Contributions to Reps
LAW IS VALID
HTATK HUPKKMK COURT HAX1M
noVX IIKCIHIOX IX AHK IX
WHICH WKLMi KAHHO CO.
held the constitutionality of law In
the Pacific Telephono rase, the ex
prrM company concentrated its at
tack on the gross Income law on the
ground that It was repeated by the
SULZERWINSA Case Will Bring Up an
CHANCE TO RUN Important Point in law
AHHIMllr,,.. .. .. . .
M'i.rDo;v.,""' ":"."". a:r
,1,,,. . ' ami waa causa 10 ins
'" In the hearing before the aen-
timiiAbjr, contributions InvasU-
"M Mmmliien afl0;06 thla room-
ju' ." n" "xciised M 11 o'clock.
torT.,n,OVO",y nd ,uUt"' "'
lion, "'nuuciaa the examiw
'lh .!.. .
iL. . "w" tMn that conUI-
hrok.? Nuw York ' Pli
i lb. . ,,Ba wntrlbutsd to any
npublleaki party la 1804. He
also denlod thut he had attended uny
general conferenco of Dnanrlera re
garding whom to support.
"I want It distinctly undorttood,"
he added, "that J. P. Morgan A Co,
did not make a slnglo contribution
with any promise attached, or with
any expectation of a return, and uni
leas we deemed It advantageous to
ths government and the people. Wo
had no applications from any can
didate, but only aubacrlbed for the
good of tbe country and the people.
We were all In harmony, and we did
not expect to receive any returns."
I Continued ou Page 41
1 HAI.KM, Oct. a. The supreme
court lit an opinion Just handed down.
reiusoa. o dismiss uw sun uruuiui vj
tlin state ngalnst Wells, Kargo A Co.,
m collnct a tax under the gross in-
como law for the three years, 1906,
11)07 and 1908.
The defendant company sought to
have tho suit dismissed on the ground
that the tax law enactod In 1907 and
Ihn law enacted In 1909, creating a
state tax commission, Impliedly re
pealed tho grots Income tax law. i ne
allegation was alio made that the
gross Income tax law waa In violation
of the federal constitution, but alter
the United States aupreme court up-
PEOPLE TO WED
I.ICKXHK IH IHHUKU TO ROY C.
COOPKK AND 8TKI.LA M. DUR
HAM, DAUOHTKR OK MKRRIUj
A marriage license waa Issued this
morning, to Roy 0. Cooper and Btslla
M. Durham. Tbe wedding ceremony
will occur In Merrill Sunday.
Miss Durham la the daughter of T.
M. Durham, city marshal of Merrill.
She la It yeara oi age, and ths con
sent of her parents waa necessary
when ths license waa Issued.
Ioovkrxor dix is "katki Mandamus Proceedings to Allow
VOlt IIKXOMIXATIOX FOK UOV- i
krxor ok xkw voHK-wii, Half Breed Children to
I HON' IH PI.KAHKH WITH RKHUI.T
Half Breed Children to Attend
School Invohres Fine Points
United Press Service
i BYRACU8E, N. V Oct. 3. 8ulter
was nominated by the democrats for
governor at 1 o'clock today. Gover
nor Dix withdrew after a bitter fight.
United Press Servlcs
INDIANAPOLIS. lnd Oct. 3
Woodrow Wilson arrived hare at
noon. He praUsd Bultsr for his free
dom of action.
"The choice of the Syracuse con
vention la cause of great satisfaction
to me." ha aatd.
Marlon Loosley, clerk of the school
board of the Fort Klamath district;
la In the city today consulting with
Attorney Thomaa Drake relative to
the suit which haa been brought
against the school district to compel
the. admittance of Indian children
Into the schools attended by the white
children at Fort Klamath. i
The case' has been set for hearing
before Judge II. h. Benson Friday
morning at 10 o'clock, bu.T It Is not
probable that ths trial will take place
at thla time, as Judge Benson will
have to leave Sunday for Lakevlew
to open court there. -4 .ui--jfc
The question at Issue la an Import
ant one, and the decision will be
awaited with Interest by all sections
ou the coast where there are Inwlai
Mr. Looseley maintains that the
district la maintaining a separata
school for Indian children at Fort
Klamath, which Is equal to that atj
tended by the white children. It la
also assiTt.il that the Indiana atakJ
ing tho complaint are not permanent
residents of the Fort Klamath, 44n
trlct, but own property on the rwwrj
vmiuu, nun uuiy uiuvv (u yw ffimv,
nth during the school I