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KI.AMATII P.IM.H, OIIKfloX, TUKHIIAY, OCTORKR , 11
lrlc. PI Onto
New York Giants Lose to Bos tonians-Score 4 to 3
Turkish Soldiers are Again Galled to Defend Country
JIT W AGAINST
' llrtnlp llrltmiillrr Hununili In
star iiattkii :.
t'hllrd I'rrM Hervlip
i.oh an(h:i,i:h, on n
llelhlp llrlliiiiillor, tnr bailer
of III l.'oast league, died nf
typhoid fever till innmlng
HMtMU. DH'LAHATIOX N IIXAI-j
i, Mtm: I'i'iii.u'
llflillnx l l I'K'tm-' Alnnu iIip
I'roallrr MatrdimUna Arc i:hm
ltd in Hi Im I 1'rtilt.titirrtU nf Ollirr
I'lmnlili lit Itiilrr l'nrr In
Tkr Mnilfrr Anion I lrriinl
,UlaMr ill Till" 'IIiiip
: SIREN WHISTLE :
IIKPOIIT IH DKXIKII
CITV ntl'.M'll, UMlrt HPKUKH'A-j
tionh aiik sirr fitly him-
I'l.llJI WITH IIV TIIK Ml'fCIMrt.!
I'l I. MllllKltM
IjiIi.IIiIIi'n Ijmv Partner Makr
United Pre Herylrt
MADISON, Win., Oct. 8. Al-
frcd Rogers, f,a Pollotto's law l
partner, unlit lml) Hint Ilia re
ixtrt Hint m Pnllrfte had declar
ed fur Wllnoii was faUe.
TO EIGHT SOON
IHVNV ll'IIKIIA MILL I'.U'i: TIIK
Ciiuik Itltiuii rlavldgv Inul night wou
IiU riitntuUn ngalnit tint now ulriii
fir ii whlillu. TIip illy eounrll last
iilxlil oli) in reject II, which mean
Hint, temporal lly l leait, Klamath)
Pall clllisns will lie summoned lo,
dm Ashling ilill)' by Iho nnrlrnt bell, j
A ihalrmaii of 11 ruiiimlttt tt-
SAM EVANS GETS
; Giants Rally in the Ninth but
Fail to Overcome Big Lead
jjBECKER HELPS Tesreau is Taken From
OWN DEFENSE Mound, . Grandall Subs
KOHMKH POLICK I.IKtTKXANT 1
I TAKIXO ACTIVK PART IV TIIK
NKLKCTIOX til A JURY TO TUV
HlhKl VAMIUUIII Ntl l. "mil npioltittl to report on Ui.. ..,- ... . ....,.
i iriii m an ! '
hiki: in' virion
bIuo I'rrM prlc
IjONIKIN' On K -Tho Muiileltr
,uia ccniul general here lis r Danny O'llrlen, I'lirllaml
inirJ thr irpint Itial MouUucgrni weight, mhi annniitiri'il lili
ti dttltml war aRaliiat Turke. inciit fimu tin-iIiik allcr liU ilrfral at ..UKP n It.
uhlkllo, Mr. HihIiIko rrpnrtcd thai tli
hltlt n not ncciinlliiK to rontract.i
lli rlalmi'il I lint tln nlr lank wim
Unlit "In. trail of IioIiIIiik IS" pounila ut
rrilH- art' IV nlil."lt lia only a lon-touinli
Tilt) wIiUIIk Ii about
IMIW.V TIIK ' AU.KV
KKAIt OK TIIK KV
I'nltoil Crciia Rerlr
IX TIIKj NKW VOIIK. Oft. h. Thr lleckerl
N'OltTII-itrlal dan ronumol Dili morning. Tho
Wood Holds National League Bat
ters Don Except in Third and
Ninth Frames. Great Crowd
M tinoui-j j M0rtiiw-irii. and Chief of
Hi hamU of Kranklr lluma oiiip 3iti, inrlua In lie
lb MonlrnrcriMii lionlcr rk nxo. In to try hla ham) onru , fir fn.( nnK,"
tlntcatU (lirtr nml Krrvla arc ! agnln In llm iiuriil rltrlv O'llrlrn jr. Hnrrry of Hlirrri I Iron
ii lo cliflrr war nlo bkkIiiiI haa broil inalrhnl to ko till rouniM ttrtillir.l llio wtilatlc, drclarrd Hint
.ilirjr hrfnrr llm M .-.Until Atlilllc ttub on ,, ,.ftr had turn mailn In llio orlic
Orlnlivr ICIh, with till old rival, Hud m ,,,irncntlon. nnd that the nlila.
MKX.VA, Oil H -Tim llulKarlan ndrraun of Vantoincr, ah. TIimp p ua( rxnrlly almllar lo thoao In
til ?ltln iarllatnrtil harp cm hoya lintr mil four tltnm wlthnut a ,r r(llr of grratrr population
'jwtint tin. rtitrr In an In nnr ilrrlalon Aiiilrnnii rlalnta hla ! n.. i.'i.....u. t,.iu Th rnnnrll innli
r..k ... -..I...... ,1. .l...i.J. h.i. t..Bl. .... 1'..H.H. llnl..u...l ... I . ... ... Vfirlhwnkliirfi linllilln
Trim in rniiilin urn iir u iiinurjiiMiini ""I iniiiiii jurinimiu imu r, ll(0 a IPW 01 III IIIBUPr, IjnU , -.-...... ,. Jr.l
iiTarLry Tlirli adjournmrnla wrr AIp IjIipI of Han Kmnrlani niakn him u)nl lo rpjorl tho whlatlp. , "I objpet," aald the ofDrr.
difeiidaiil iraonally iaMd on tho United 1'rtM Rorvtcp SKW VO,U5' ct' 8--",,Jr '0lM
iMlminaii nnd follow oil Hip quvtlona LONDON," Oct. 8. Frank Umlock. ,,-'rd on T"u-on th Mvonth Ibb-
That Ham Kvan. imblUhcr of thp of lli. dlalrlct uttorncy clcmely. Hn i the famoua ahowinan. died hero today ' ,n" ,na P P . w
Police II I'P hla own atar wltnoaa of Influetua. ,on Kel 8ox ,(Wlc-" ,aa tMt ,BB
uiania wa noi aoie u oTcrvora. man
( 11 won the firat aamo ot Ho
Irrma bc-enmp apparent at tho meet-'li-K. CVDI (1011111 lll I 0 World'a ChaniploMhlp IlHjpb.ill
ItiK of Iho city council Monday niiclit. Flto Jurora. had been avlected vbtp'rlfl IINIIIII nil I A tcrlea.
when Hi former appeared before the ib" cne " 1J"rned for luncheon, fcftl LVWIVII IllbbW Up to tne uu fwentb. the New
' ork alabater held the yliltori Ij
but two hlu. one of which, a trlrle b;-
city dada and aaked permbuilon to cut
down the alley In the rear of the new
iikta. itnitlilriit Hint he ran aettle allldefTer
It Ii pieillrlnl Dial Hip Marnlnn- i nrra with O'llrlrn In Hip i limine
11 till irt.rl jialrh
the New City Charter
Citizens are Given an Opportunity
to Investigate and Suggest any
Changes for Interest of City
lroMrty In that block, and half of
that alley haa rtimv from my proper
ty. I object to hallux It cut down."
Mr. Kvana nlto wanted the grade ,
,ou Pine street rhaniced, hut In this.
l itivr nti wa, a iihiikcui ( fit una.
TfimiiT nrnnrn iiHtter '"' "" a,Km uy ih 'iHi'tx.'iMhrx'L mkkti.m; is hkmi
IkIIAN I llrHl.rK ' M ,"or, ! no.,.ir n r.ily. ?fflr,Mt ix tum nTv-ur-m-KiM .!
IllUnil I VI I W fall 'iiepn'Pr in wiurii in auvenun nil
ordlnanrp, which would be necciuinry MKI.KCTKII TO HKIIVK VOIl TIIK
I In order lo proceed with nny nuch' co.MI.NO YK.lt
flTV ht'HOOI. SI'I'KIIIXTKMIK.NT !"""" - "- "- )
inn, pronuuiy wiin iiip nujcri
iHpeaker, roaulted la acor. In b
!tienth Tear ea ii loat bis Krlp. nnd
' (four blnglea were marked up afalruK
IMKAHTKIt IX TAMI'IfO. M'AK'0.'hlm
Wood, for Iloalon, kept the hlta
IIKHVI.TH IX THK IIKHT1U-CTIO.V we ,,, excpt ,B tMrd M-
OK A W.lllKIIOl'SK AXI OTHKHjIast Inning. Ills support was great.
howeter. atM the came was over
when Crnndall, who replaced Tesreau
'in the eighth, fanned with two men
United I'resk Srrrlr- (0n bases.
TAMIMCO, Mexico, Oct. S. A pow- Crandall had little trouble with the
HAUKH A lli:ot!i:sT OK Till: ,lm, ,,,. ;ouW ,? 10 ,ulPIBen, At un ndjourned mMtluc , of hf , Thirty men were WIW.
dcr pJtiloiilon here today detroy.il vliltom during the two Innings he waa
a warehouse mm other biilldliia.'on ,he mouna- In " eighth the first
I'l HI IV SCIKKIIJ
MOllK'niiiparlug In his newspaper dally Hint
the Northweittern Is tho official paper.
i The publisher explained Hint his
fnpw biilldlna had litin rpftched that
I'll) School Superintendent liiuburiiuge of construction when It would
to lino the back alley
IMoneer Asoclntlon of Hie Klamath
Ilasln held lit the ottlce of Prank Ira
iuie on me evening ui wemuer iin,
President O. A. Steam presiding, the
old officer were elected for the ensu
ing )ear with tho vxceptl'in of sec
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niiiiiiitrnil tiifnrn tlip cltV Council last lti niwriurv
night and askiil that n truant olllcer'through which to Inttnll his machln-!rcUry trlurr A- Castel. whoso re-
b nppnlnted, prefrrnbly Hip chief of ,ry, or slop work. It was arranged ,'" !. ' "
o the city en- ! " "" ' ' --
Names of Contributors
May Yet be Published
poiuc. lie siniru nun uibio -n' uy mo council io nao me cuy en-i ' -
THe cbatlrr (I)IIiiiiImIiiii appolntpil wlli In Im heni.l In regard In Hie .. , ... .ri. , tho ,, .....i.ii.h il. rm.l nf ih. nl!vlcor'
If Itr ntsinr nnd rnnnrll m rrnnm .iisamp. ,. .pi,(1i nn wlm were ImiIhc ...i iwrmii u vv.n. m m,in th.,. President Stearns appointed
""tr fnr KLiniutli Kails has llnUh-
'rouih drnfl of nhut It believes,"
(nlley In Hie stakes set.
Klrsl pIpcIIoii under llm chntter i K,,,, ,,( 0f ncliool by their parent.
'shall bo held tlir Hist Mnndiiy In Mny, )r lumbar stated that the duties
'(ill ... numinlli' I Ii. train flail . Tu.l' j . t. . a ,..rtl.. t.l.l - If .. titk
tl A - I . t it i a as "'l MllllMiW "nn" UI P ininUV Ulllllir wtiilltl mwsn ii
I.k wnrklliK charier. Ii I fl,rml,iclllcll from ,.iirli ward .hall l.o, luU. of ,I0 chief's time.
JMt in (tiatiKP tieforo subinllilna oleclnd, na well as u miiiir, pollco w !, iMa(d to take him
lloinstiuriii'y in pius on the leMil'Jtntgi "l 'I'r ir'fer in serwt two aruiind In m buggy," nld Mr. Dun
' nd the ioiiiiiiIhIoii nuilii ' )tnt. (bar.
'd to have nnyotio Intereilnl In Tim power In eiuirt or nuiend the The council granted thn request,
"Wilof Iheilmrler In look tlnMt chntler under IhiilnltlnlUc and refer- ,in, uppolntcd llio chief to the ofllce.
'nilpdigneaiiiiiia In writing Hint ""I'"" ,,w" " "", ,nl" nrt' Kiinin-t0 which there I ottached no pay. (
CI occur to llmin. leed. . !
( Tte.harl.r may b.. seen every day! Tho city will l dhlded Into Iho j. llrennctnnn nnd wife nro In AS khaNCISCO MAX IXTKIIKHTS
'' 5 In & nrlnck p. in, nt tho city 'iiriln. tho city from UKlunomn uiiy wmi ii
lll until Krldav nfi..M....... .....i ....i . Tim powcrn of llm city are enlarged view of loaning. Mr. llrenneman I -
. . ... I ... .1 M-.n.il . .. t .. ......m I . ...... ..............a ...mk....
Impei'inuy as io iiip iihihk umrira'.u uroiuer n i. n. nreunciimii, uhi-i -,. fn r.l iiii.mi iihi ii.ii
line of tiualncHd nnd the exclusion ntendout of the Water nnd Light
iC'ontluued on k'ngo' i
foiumlHici,, will meet nt Hip tamo
tr oil Hntunlm- iiriirmwiii i .1
I'"11 !' In bear anyon.i that
Grade for New Road is Being
Made at Foot of Lake Ewauna
Southern Pacific Starts Work Which Leads to the Be-
Mef that the Line From This City to Reno, Nevada,
Will be Started Soon. Steam Shovel at Work
1 th Southern iw,iHa ..,, i..
INo ih"1'"1'0110" Wofk on ,hB Mo"
UIimi. , l" I'roiioieu road from
Ud . reainonis ot Kiam-
iUm. ",u "cmoa to answer In
L,ti !h 1,,a,' two o team
I " nu boon ui m.,1, n i.. .i.i.
-.- ... ..win ui iiw iient
of wuy of tlm Modoc. Norllicrn at tho
foot of l.nko Kwattna, where tho line
loaves (lie main line of tho Southern
Pacific. The grado of tho proposed
road Is being made, and the surplus
dirt Is being carried away nnd usod
for balnst on tho main lino.
"Active construction work will
probably not be started until spring,"
said a rnllrond mun liut nlgbt. "I
may be mistaken, of course, but I do
not bollevo that tho company con
templates active operations until that
This man declined to allow hi
name to be used. He Is supposed to
be In "tho know," but to what extent
ho would not divulge
TO SELL SPUDS
hOCAh I'OTATO HAIHKIW IX A
I'l.AX HHl KKCTIIIXM
I piiicks koh pitonucr
Ail aasocjatiou for the purposo otj
liuiirketlug the potatoes raised In tho I
Klamath country I about to be or-1
gaulxed. 0. II. Kellogg, representing
a an r rnncisco oroKcrage uouse. i
In the city for the purpose, and ho
stated till afternoou that he had been
meeting with great success.
"The potatoes raised In the Klam
ath country compare favorably with
those ruined In nnd around Salinas,
Calif.," said Mr. Kellogg. "The Sali
nas crop Is rated .the best In the Won,
ami command the highest price. Many
' of the potntoes raised here will soil
just as wen.
"After a preliminary survey of the
situation here I am convinced that
this section will send out this year nt
least 300 car loads of potatoes."
Secretary of the 1904 Republican
Committee Declares that Dupli
cate Lists are in Existence
TACOMA, Act. S. Senator Jones all ot the 1901 campaign contrlbu-
Clrlgsby as sergeant at arms and An
drew Kershner and Marlon Hanks as
members of the executive committee, i
thus completing a full compliment of i
officers. All thoie present were cn-
thtiRtastlc In their expressions of toy-!
nlty to tho asoclntlon, and pledged
their best efforts toward promoting
ZnZ UnSn ZZ winter -"-comnilt.ee of the CappjUon. had been stored m . ChUago
'considered, but the further develop-Investigating committee, questioned . "?"?" "T.IZ,
menta of reunion plans were loft to Elmer Doer. secretary of the 901Ut of the' contributor, and that he
the consideration of tho oxecullo.rrnul)Can campaign committee, hero had made 'copies. He said he would
.rtmmlllfl !.. ...
today. . i produce the papers ir the committee
Dover stated that a duplicate list of (so desired.
Roosevelt la Detroit
United Press Servlcp ,
DETROIT, Oct. 8. Colonel Roose
velt arrived here today and conferred
with prominent Bull moosers. He
then started for Flint and Saginaw,
mTSiniiWWB IDEMOCRATS TO
HOT DISTURBED! BASEBALL FANS! WHOOP 'ER UP
UKPHK8KXTATIVKS OK U.IHOB
U.MOXH IX CAMKOIIXIA IM) .NOT
IIKI.IKVK THAT I.KADKnH tX
TIHAh AIIK UWILTY
United Press bervlce
8ANDIE00, Oct. S Despite tho
confession of Clark, former business
agent ot the Iron Workers' 'Union,
tho California Iuihor convention In
session here today I unanimous In
expressing confidence In the labor
leaders now on trial In Indianapolis,
6 lid this will be expressed by a for
The convention will demand legis
lation providing for state guaranty ot
employment for every cltixon, old ago
and mothers' pensions and a mini
mum wage scale for women.
AKTKKXOOX HKAIIIXUS OF COM
MITTK.K With UK AnAXDOXKU
TO AI.MUV THK MKMIItiK8TO
WATCH THK HCOUK IIOAIIDH
WASHINGTON, D. C.. Oct. ,.
Senator Clapp, chairman of' the sen
atorial investigation committee, baa
decided to abandon afternoon session
whenever possible during the world'a
baseball championship series, In order
to a'Uow the members of the commit
tee to watch the score boards.
Wayne MacVeagh testified this af
ternoon that he had not seen Morgan
LOCAL I.KADKHH AHK TIIVIXO TO
Hltl.MJ K1TIIKH HAItllY LANK
Oil t'XITKD HTATKH HKXATOIt
I'IIAMHKUIjAIX TO THIH CITY
Klumuih, Kails democrats expect to
hold a rally lu this city soon. Party
leaders here are now In communica
tion with tho leaders In Portland, try
tug to Induce either Harry Lane, can
didate for United 8tates senator, or
Senator Chamberlain to come here. v
In tho event of either one ot tho-!
telephone to anyone and discuss cam- prominent democrats accepting tho
palgn contributions. He repudiated invitation of the local men an oW-'
the Welllver story, saying that he had fashioned torchlight procession, wHh
never been In the habit of giving out the usual meeting later wjll ,be niv