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IF YOU'RE WISE
Tire Temple. Theatre
MATINKB DXlLY AT !
"A Bogw NapoUoa,"
citr or Washington,"
L iiubln dram.
"la the ati of ,h Asia,"
SeHeA Arabian atory. y
ALL MCfc.NBKD I1CTURI'
ttl THRKK-HKKL 8IRCIAL
tly Rider Haggard
A sensational war drinia that wll
please both young and old.
' Two other Comedy Rels
Matinee "each chaam day.
Program cbge,'atoaev. Wedaes
Jar. Friday. Satnrdny aad Sunday.
Yoa'U bay Ma Mar ta avsw
Itoase. Prtcea retega froaa fM la
TBO, oa caar tetfiaa. Yea oa hare
ta wait for devaloaaseat. Iter ara
good right mom J 14 alaa Mfc ta aaaw
you MMt geedview lot oa taa hill.
Hoaaca aad Ma ta aU part at tha
crty at reaenanhls aricaa aad easy
tevaw. If yea Wre laureate la raraa
Uada I'd Uka 4 ow 1 " IW-
XU to Amerteak Hotel. lhoM Ml
Subicrlptlou term by mall to any ad-
dreia In tha Uattad State:
On. year . ....ifft.00
One month ... .50
DAN QlN G
VTafaeaaay add Satarday Eva.
NfAtif FOR RENT
- for -
la bueanat a( I. O. O. . Taai.
pl. Bowltag, BllllardOool.
Card JtooaM. Reading Kooais.
Private Sitting lloom for It.
VlaKlag BroUaia aad Ulsters
SlabWtri rtf $2.5C4
rySUkWNd. & 3.5tU
44 " tt 4ft $304
4ft, Mil 12ii
Leave orders at
O.K. Transfer Co.
ti i Car. A aad Mala
P. d Carlson
That Suit yaar Tarn
Chawing Chocolate; Dlppad
Nuta, Ralilni aad Data, Cara
mels, Penoch, TaSaa aad Nat
Auk for the Ho-Made Klad
t0 fcla St.
Tlie economical fuel (or win
ter ue. j
l.eaardr j' Lawrence's
Cigar Stor. Pao 1(11.
W. C. BATES
- mmmn.i'ir T
pa aalataa tdfataHtaWfl XWaaaOa
lasiaiss aaa prenssstA
f mtkfCltr. Town and
Mflaltv ketch C
lMtla) populmllou. !!
y. compllM u
Our Uualaraa la Ooodl
t)nr Culoniera are Go!
A complimentary order will
Youm, Hfttluua to pltut,
Try a raa) af ar
Ftrat Wkea da
da yoa aay
If yoa ara aot get
acat at the rifit arka yea ara
aot oar caatomara.
Van Riper Bros.
THE EVENING HERALD
W. O. SMITH.
PublUbad dally wwaat Sunday by Ua
(Urald Pabllablas Caaaaay of
Klamath raila. at 111 raartk St.
Knterad at the pottoflce at Klamath
ralla, Oragoa. (or traaamlaalon
' through the made aa eeeoad-etate
KLAMATO MUA OKKOON
TUK8DAY, OCT. S, IBIS
A SALARY GUT
DON J. XVMWAI.T ItKgUKSTS Tllr!
CUl'.NCIL TO CHAM1K HIS It 1 1.
MU.NKRATION KKOM AMKIUL'AN
TO KDHOPHAX VLAft
Decauae the winter work doea not
promlao to be active. City Englncitr
Don J. Zumwalt lait night auggcttvil
to the city council that hla monUilv
alary be dlio.ullnued, and that lio
be paid at the rate o( 110 per vla
(or auch work m he ta called upon to
do (or the city. The plan met the ii
proval of tho council, and It wan o
The petition c( Jamca It. DrU-t.U
(or a renewal of the liquor llcemr .it
the White Pelican hotel waa granted
V. P. Johnion end Joe McDounlil
signed aa lurette.
Herbert S. Crane, the attorney, ail
dreeaed the co tocll concerning lh.i
poor lighting acrrlce on Sixth atroit
In the hill dlitrlct. The matter waa
referred to the light committee.
A deadlock occurred when the mat
ter of buying a team came up. It waa
In the ahape of an ordinance, and wan
taken up last night (or Ita final pa
aga. Four councllmen (avored tho
ordinance, while (our other were op.
poaed to It
Building paralla ware allowed by
council laat sight aa (ollewa:
Geo. B. Downing, two-room addi
tion to hovte, lot 11, block St, Soc
ond Hot Sprlnga addition.
C. S. Moore, permit to remodel tho
(ront of rirat National bank building.
Oeo Downing, woodihed on lot 11.
block St. Second Hot Sprlnga addi
Jerry Sleek, barn on lot 4, block 9,
A. C. WlUon, home to coat ftOu
on lot 1, block 24, IlllUltle addition.
J. P. U, barn on lot 1, block 91,
Pint addition to Klamath PalU.
W. E. Mcllrlde, addition to chicken
bouie on lot 3, block 84, Klamath
addition to Klamath Fall.
J. II. Maion, abed atable on lot 3,
block 444, Nlchola addition.
LKTTKRN FltOM TI1K PKUPLK
A modern houaa hau way up
the hill on Sixth ; vtf
dulrable property" la. arary
' Dart view o( te elty wRhont
i ha Mg ellaib.
Price 91,10 wlU tarva to
ult; lot II1I04.
A modera l-rooat houae, two
screened pofebaa; iUh (oaa
datlon; aaaily aaw aad rested
at preeent tar Ml par aioatb.
Cloaa la bad good rlew.
Price. IM0O; Urma, 11,100
eaab, balanaa eaa ba arraagad-
I hare fl,t00 to loaa oa real
estate, city er country.
J. F. MAGUIRE
TAFT LEADERS IN
POKTI.ANU, Oct, 8. -Mauy en
couraging rc-porta reach tivndtiuntlura
to tho effect that tlio working nun of
Ori'Kon aro going to ol (or con
lluuanco of tiroipvrlty niul John (m
fathpr, new diciors (or mother, nnd
moving picture rIiuwb for tho kldilloi,
tnd against another soup-house chap
ter ot horror like that which occur
red all uvor tlio country uiuler tho
Cleveland mlmlnlitmtloii In ISva.
W orklnK men In tlio neighborhood of
1'nrtlnud who two weeks ngo were (or
Itootcxolt nnd a cek nun ero tat!:-
I11B some about Wilson, now openlv
declnro thut they do not Intend to
taki! 11 leap In the ilnrk" over the
free trade preclplro.
Home of tho counties which were In
the "Hull Mooso" class n few weeks
since, have undergone a great change
Intoly (or the "let-well-enough-ntont"'
Men Is sproadlng to every part o( tlie-
state. A lending rcputilli'itn politi
cian report to headquarters now thpt
"there Is a constant drift towards lh
r-realdont, and he Is gaining eteiy
i!ny, and I look (or him to have a
substantial majority." A Ta(t CI110
will be organised In Tillamook on
tlrnnt county Is another example
o tho retnarknble change of sentl
n.tnt which has taken place In the.
state. Good political guessrrs In that 'rvery day.
Motility predict that Taft will surel)
Klnniotli ! another county which
vU undoubtedly bo In the Tutl Ml.
Iiiuiii In Noieinher Voters from that
l.ounty report Hint thtjlr (ellow clll-
lens are doing some 11111 iniiiHina.
end have come to the conclusion that
It Is better to vote (or more reputi
llrnn nrosiierlty thuii to take n rhancti
in new principles nnd new men
Thousands or ted nnd white Tnri
lulloiis hno been sent out nnd given
em- nt he.iiliiunrtei'S during tho pnst
'week III response to renuent Melt I
ho wero talking Itoosevelt n short
lime ago nro now wearing Tnft but
tons, according to numerous callers
at headquarter, Olio mnu in Hoiitli
em Oregon writes. "You sent inn
twenty buttons, nnd they were gon
ilu as mniiy minutes, and men offering
to buy more at any price. Send me
Another republican In Kn.tem tire
I, en said; "I hnvo had to tight to
'.(cep the button you sent me; I could
uso toil In half a day
Tad's buttons ran be seen eery
r.here on the streets of Portland, In
hotel lobbies, etc., etc., whero thrr
vero low nnd (ar hetr-n before the
Islt of llootevrlt The feeling that
Tuft will rnrrr this state has now tak
en firm root nnd Is growing rapidly
IN EXPRESS RATES
8AI.KM, Oct. X. On Its own mo
Hon tho stato railroad rommlulon
stnrlrd tho ball rolllug (or a read
justment o( ull the etprcss rates In
Oregon. Notice that a hearing will
be held here Thursday, Notrmbel 7,
was sent to the Wells Fargo Kipross
company, tho American Kiprens com
pany, the Northern Kxpress com pa u)
and the Great Northern Kipress com
This notice states that the com
mission bta.beon Investigating ex
press rates, "and finds cause (or .1
hoarlng to determine whether any of
the rates are unreasonable and un
just. "This bearing Is particularly made
necessary by tho general readjust
ment of express rates that must fol
low tho recent order of tho Interstate
commerco commission, outlining n
new system of handling the cipress
business of tho country, said Clyde
II. Altchlton, chad man o( the stale
rnllroad commission "We want t.)
get a firm grip 011 the situation and
line Oregon rate up so lher will be
no lujiistlre to any community, and so
evury community and every ludustry
' will g..t the full benefit of the changes
being mndo In our express systems,"
The order of the Interstate com
'mvrce commission fixes three clnsies
jof ratrs, genoral, special aud food
stuffs, and divides the entire country
Into small districts, and makes the
rates from all point to all point In
.another district the snuiv on each
'classification. A hearing 011 the com
mission's order Is to be held at Wash
ington, 1). C, tomorrow.
That the re-adjustiuent will re
sult lu the lowering of many of tho
express rate Is the ext relation of the
stato railroad commission,
ICommuulcatlona sent to the Her
aid (or publication In this depart
ment should not exceed 300 word In
length and must be accompanied by
the name and address of the sender. 1
Xothlag to Ue Afraid of
A note In Monday's Herald wanni
voters against the proposed graduat
ed single tax bill. There Is nothing
In the measure to frighten the aver
age citizen. The bill propose to
cease penalising tho Industrious for
making Improvements on land. It
proposes that the large land owner,
who, sitting Idly by, reaps an Increas
ed vnluo on bis land because of hi1
neighbor's sacrifice, shall pay Into
the public Us (und a part of this en
hanced value .bestowed upon him
gratuitously by the public. It pro
pose to relieve the home-bultder and
tax the dog-ln-the-mangsr land spec
ulator. What harm can come to
Klamath county, so badly In need of
land developers, from such a propo
sition? Under the preeent system,
personal property and Improvements
re heavily taxed, the home-developer
and consumer boarlng the burden.
The bill very properly propose to ex
empt personal property and Improve
ments from taxation. To Illustrate
the working of the present system:
Cattle are personal property, and as
such ar taxed this year, let u say;
their hide in Mm warehouse will
be taxed next year; the leather read
for manufacture will be taxed the
next year; and the harness manufac
tured therefrom will be taxed the
next yaar. The man who purchase
the harness will pay, according to the
(lustration, four tax on the finished
article bacaus each successive pos
sessor of material of produce adds to
hla cost any tax he may pay. Why
not lift some of the burden from tba
farmer who purchases the barn
and uses It In Improving his land, aud
put It on tbo owner of Idle land, the
value of which Is Increaied by this
same farmer's labor?
80 It Is with most article of per
sonal property. The bill propose to
tat franchises: Water, light, etc.
Someone will say at onco that the
companies will charge the consumer
exhorbltanl rntea under tho specious
plea of "taxes to pay." Tho public
can regulate franchise prices. Many
years ago, In Munn vs. Stato of Ull
nols, a case well known to nil law
yers, the court ruled that when prl
! n ,x7gup 1
By Joe Bush
"Tho elrn lives (or 200 )ears, tho
ilfideu (or 300, tho oak lives for .11)0
' "And tho clmtnut " iiiiirruiit,l
vate property Is devoted to public us ,llc ""lor ''" ' tho sketch, "lives
It shall be subject to public control. '"vcr- '
This lias been tho basis of public con- o
trol of pubtlo franchise .prices. If ' Do yuu bellotn In platonle friend-1
corporations holding such franchloslilp7" ho nsked.
dislike regulation In the Interest of
the public, let them sell tholr fnclll-
tic to tho public. In whom tho own
ership should be. Voter In Oregon 1
"Not," she replied, "as lung n4
them Is a rhnnco for anything ele.'
lint., lutuv iery Ucslrsble (iih
are In a position to do as they ploane.i imt pnptfiy for i. Htephi-ua
ami mat speedily, If the graduated I'l'ininr Idviltr Cn,
single tax amendment Is adopted, ami ' ' '. .' -;
u muni uoeau i use 11, 11 con re-i
iuiu iu um lurorui jriiern ni wis noil
election. If tho proposed bill offers
relief from unjust burdens and prom
ises a more equitable method of taxa
tion, why not giyo It a trial? Tho
same danger signals were unfurled
when the Initiative and referendum!
were proposed, yet we do not ohsorve
any Indications on the part of the
mass o( our cltlxen to return to the
former corrupt system. Tho writer Is
of the humble opinion that wlien tin
voters Kit and tako tlnio to Investi
gate the merits of the graduated sin
glo tax measure they will favor It.
Meanwhile, this year of nil year,
advice and warning will not bo taken
IIOM.O C. OROKSIICCK. I
i -11 -IH-SIIISll III I
Wo havu overy thing u
need for that flitting trip.
Hook, line, rotfi, reels,
hnskeis. etc fAVit r.r.t
tents, guns mM ramping
THE GUM STORE
I'll. in., mm I j.rniM ink
it- nun M
Are uii I merest yd
I nod liargaln
If xoViee tho Rtephun
ris'r Th"y hnv" "'""
, CRATER LAKE KENS
Crater l.uke company automobile
luro meeting nil S. P. train's at Clillo
I qulu. Hound trip fare,.Chlloquln in
Crater l.ako, fll.KO. ,
When advised by phone, autom
biles will meet launches at Agency
Landing. Hound (rip rata same aa
Clilloquln. ' .
Automobiles froi Crater l.ak to
Mod ford, Monday nnd Thursday, (ara
IIS, 12ft round trlp.
Is aura 16 have pMIU '
rerratlihig close for ti, 'J!
haf. awaiting thew ho(J
.rtat luxury which ,,(, , pr
erly appointed hsthriM.iu ,.l
I alve.. And modem snltr
, I'lumblni ha. p,Ml 7
is 11.. .11. 1..... 1 ... ... vm t
alike, (or (ow purm. nowad,,,
ate so limited as not tub, ,b,
to afford what was a few ..'
ago nn ntmoit pr 1( '
If you desire to know nil Btl0,;(
what a moderate min n,r
be Itistnlled, call up tlltCKI.Hr
A Clean Scalp And Healthy Hair
Many o( jour frleuds haw I oil ml thut n luiutlanl k'uii V
Imlr soft and tins)' nnd n snilp fno from dntiilrurT wi tov,,)a
from tho use of ,
This Is the proceilurif
Wnsh tho hnlr with warm wutir and a pure ou,i rum il)(.
nuishly ruh the scalp with a stiff brush apply lllriuiom. rul, it
In wll nnd dry the hnlr before couiblnti,
1'te.tse understand that lllrsuloiie l not merely a I. or M,
It Is I'iuIc a (oud,
Wttlle 'H. Ilioenugtil) ileigr, It lo priiml. ,r.
lerlsl Nrtlon- nnstrtlir ml Mlnmliilrs I tin ril of itir
ittlr rriiinie all dandrtif prfvenl Ita irlurii nd
irrertre llir natural bs-aaly aail rotor of Hie Imlr
Nynl's lllrsuton should be -in your drlng tnblr
It sells at (0 tents ami Hf!' the bnttln
IT N J 15 H W O O l M
WESTERN TRANSFER CO.
DIIU.' I'lu.ne IONI. Ilr.lilrnie I'liime l.tl
MOVING AMI (ih'NCIIAI. TIIANsl I II
VM.X MOVING A MPKCIAI.TV
rwtt I'liknl t'i asxl lrlheii-l mi) I'Ikik In lun
JOI5 MOORI5 Proprioior
HON J. .t'MU'Al.T, frr.lil.nt. . M. Ill till. Ilirl'm sad tru
IIK'IIT K. UIIIIIIOW. Sr.nl-ij
Klamuth County Abstract Co
Surveyor and IrrWntlon I uijliiccrs
i.is. vt,.s. iii.uKPiti.NTN. .". Klunmlli vs, OrCfjoti
We Welcome Small Deposits
Old you ever slop to thin that n liundml small e-rount oil,1
a bank stronger than a dole li rge onrst Thai U one if our r.-uvs'
for urging the man of limited means to trsnncl Ins bunne lth u
jrge account are welcoine (no, (nr'lt. is our punaise to iwr
At, I. tho people, ,
It matters not what ninoiiti of mniley you hnw to dnKtlt
will accept It at this bank. W welcothe the small depositor,
tiud to him the saw consideration ftfid rourtesles srenrded to all ot
our patron. ""svv
Our cuatomers all knaw thU.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Cheap Excursion Rates
Vlti mis outhCM'nlnolo
The Double Track, Safety Block Lines of the We
Good for return Trip until October 31
ciiioaoo . , ,.,..... $80.00
or.NVKU ,........ $o:M)0
nkw yoiik v.....y.... iiti.no
) OMAHA ...t,........;... $08.00
HT. PAUL ........ 4.. ..,.$ $81 .HO h
KANHAH CITY . $08.00
IIOHTON -...J...., $1 I8.H0
.HT. I.OUIH ..? $78.00
NUW OUI.KAN8 . $78.00
Corresponding Riles to other Points
VIA ANY DIIIKOT KOUTK 1 MCT IM FIX IT VM
Tho only remaining aal dales arc October 0, 10, U "d
I'o i' liiforasatioa or Raaartatlott Call on or Write.
S. .1. HAILEY,- J
0. P. nnd I'. A80l K St., Sacnimcnio, -"