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KLAMATW PAUA . . ORBOON
THURSDAY, OCT. 10, IRIS
BHWTIXa TMB BLAMK
R VANCE HUTCHIN8, a reporter
employed by the Northwestern,
was the loser la a flstle encounter on
the streets last night. His opponent
was William Hall, a member of the
Klamath Palla police force. The light
was the cttlmlaatloa af a series of ar
tides which have beea appearing la
the morning paper, aad which charg
ed that the police were dlrelect In
their duty and Intimated that they
were acting la collusion with thieves.
This would have beea pretty hard
on 'the members of the police force
but for the fact that the majority of
Klamath Palls people have long since
become convinced that the North
western Is not to be credited. That
paper has printed so maay news stor
ies which have turned out to be fakes
of the most pronounced character
that readers now refused to be con
vinced by anything the Northwestern
However, members of the police
force have felt somewhat "sore" be-
causo of the efforts of the morning
paper to discredit them, In spite of
the assutaace of cltlsens that no at
tention should be paid to the articles.
Aad, as one lie followed another, this
feeling was Intensified.
it seems unfortunate that Mr
Hutchlns should have been forced to
suffer for the acts of his employer.
He Is an employe of Sam Evans,
drawing weekly a stated sum for bis
work. Ills duty Is to secure the news
aad prepare It for sabmlaaloa to hie
employer. A supervision Is, or should
be, maintained over his contributions
by ths mtn who Is responsible, Sam
Evaaa. - "
But hero Is what happened yester
Chlsf of Police Smith called on
Sam Evans aad complained of the
treatment which had been accorded
blm by the Northwestern.
"I dlda't write the articles," said
Mr. Evans, or words to that effect.
"Hutchlns, my reporter. Is to blame."
Think of a man who swears that
be Is the editor, managing editor,
business manager and sole owner of
a psper shifting the blame for libel
on the shoulders of a reporter, a man
who Is dependent on his weekly sal
ary for his living!
aw feat oa Mala street, lew aasM
crate kedsalagt tee lanmi, It's
gettJag Better as! tke
p, Urma. Baaaa af tke keat
iHote aa Mala esreeC Cease
la aad talk It ewer.
ett to Aassricaa; Motel. Pkaaa Ml
Wa kava everything you
seed far that fsilag trip;
j , tin, ran, run,
aaaatta, at, we m.t
tents, guBsand camptug
1HF CiUN STORE
TRIS SPEAKER NOW
SHOWING OLD FORM
Trls Speaker Is stsrtlng out In (lie
world series as If he Intended to tent
his record of three years ago. If lie
flnlshce at the same pace he has start
ed he will have the llooton fans In
sane with delight.
The lied Sox outfielder ran up a
batting average of .571 against Mat
hawson, Marquard A Co. In the five-
game series staged between the
Speed Doys and I ho OlanU In t09
a series, by the y. that took Jutt
11,001,38 out of the national com
mission treasury, the receipts not
equaling the expense.
Speaker made 13 hits In 31 tlans
at bat In the last llotton-New York
series, three of bis drives being tor
extra bases He touched Matbewson
and Ames tor home runs and Jarred
Crandall for a triple, Ms total bmo
average being IC3
He was aot the only player to hit
BOO la that aeries, for Harry Hooper
had the half century mark Manager,
then Captala, Jake Stshl, baited 300,
Charley Hall turned In an average or
300 and BUI Cardigan's Bgurfs v,er
CSS Pape, Wood aad Collins nil uf
whom ara playing for Boston in the
(.reseat series, failed to get a lilt
throe years back
Twelve of the New York players
who were In the 1309 series still re
ualn with the team. Ihosj Mng
(with the averages they then made)
Meyers and Merkle, 376; McCormlck
and MatthewsoB. 333; Crandall. 3Ju;
Murray, 190; Doyle, 183; ami Snod
grass, Hertog, Mstqusrd, Anica'and
The Giants ham this year, inilr
the figures lie, benefited more by er
rors'of their opponents than haw the
Ited 80s. At least, one would deduce
that from the nun ber ot rum cji.ii
team has scorsd and the nunitxr of
runs each team h batted In Mr
Uraw'a men crowed the plats TTJ
times, IS of thoo tallies bedig bat
led home on safe nits, 5S on luirliico
files and 38 oa Infield outs. That
leaves a balance of 330 markers ob
tained through errors, bsttlng and
fielding, through wild pitching sml
through steak, i
The 8tahlwarts, up to the samo
time had reached the registering bu
reau 711 times, batting In B9B runs -504
on safsttee, IS on asrlsl sacrifice
and It on Indeld outs.
Duffy Lewis' has been llceton'
most dspcndsbte man In the pinches
this season, he having been respon
sible for 94 runs, of which 13 weie
recorded through the medium of ssr
rlflce files. Trls Speaker has bstted
In 90 tallies, 83 of them coming over
oa safeties. Larry Gardnor hat
pounded Pome SB runs and Jskn
SUhl and Chsrley Wagner with S3
and 65 tallies hatted home to their
credit, also are above the half cen
The (Hants have the same tiuuiurr
of men as the Hed Hox with record
of having batted In 60 or nioro runs
I ., Il.ivl.. atiriOa with Hfl. allll Jlick
'.Murray comes next with 83. Chlt(
Meyers, Kred Bnodgrsss and IHmN
j Decker are the other half-century
plants, their records being 0, to ami
Ilelow will bo found UtiltM jliow-
jinx what the to contenders In the
worlds series or ivu navo icoim
pllshed In the timely hitting lino Uil
(Hants' Itun llaltnl In
C O tt .
3 s :
Doyl 81 90
Murrsy 3 13 9 83
Meyers Bl 6 0 66
Snodgrass "..44 8 4 5
decker ..... 43 5 3 61
llerio- 38 7 I 48
Fletcher 38 7 39
Devare 38 3 3 31
Wilson -... I 3 1'
Shafsr II I 1 '
Crandall 13 o o 13
Mathewson 10 1 I 13
Marquard 8 I I 10
McCormlck 8 o 0
Hartley 6 n o (
(Iron 3 o I 3
Ames 3 o o
WllUe 3 I o 3
Hum 3 0 0 3
Tolsls ,..467 68 38 663
Red Hot Itaas lUlteil In
f I s
3. t S
2 o .
o o .
J F .
Uwl. 4 73 13 9 94
Spesker 83 4 4 90
(lardner 73 4 8 85
Slihl 4 7 3 68
Wagner SI I 3 60
Hooper 38 3 3 43
Yerkes 31 3 I 33
Carrlgan 19 0 3 33
Dradley ...a.... 16 3 3 3
Hull 17 0 o 17
Wood 11 0 I IS
Kngls '... 9 3 0 II
lied lent 9 0 0 9
llenrlcksen ....... 6 u 3
Cady 43 0 7
Nunamaker 6 I I 7
llsll 4 0 3 7
O'llrlen 4 1 0 6
Krbg 3 1 0 3
I'ape 3 0 0 3
Collins 3 0 I 3
Thomas 0 1 I :
Clcolte 1 0 0 1
Totals 604 46 48 696
RACE IN COUNTRY
CMIEI UKE fttMfS
Crater Lake eosspaay automobiles
ara meeting all I. P. Ualas at Cbllo
quia. Soaad trip far, Calloqula ta
Crater Lake, 111.19.
a e fe
Whea advised br ahona. luinna.
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WABHINOTON, D. C. Oct. 10,
The Interest of the 366,683 In
dians In the United States Is nrouaed
by the coming confsrence of all In
dians of the country.
Indians from all over America will
congregate lu the Ohio capital city,
make their headquarters at the Ohio
state university, and there discuss the
rights and destiny of the rsce as
Americans In America.
The leaders of the conference deny
that tho Indian Is vanishing, and as
sert to the contrary.
Representative Charles I). Csrtei
says that It must not be supposed that
because tho Indian has sold his buck
skin shirt to a museum or stowed It
away as an heirloom, that he van
ished when he put 'on a tailor-made
He reminded his Interrogator that
the Indians were the most wealthy
people In America per capita, they
having an average of 13,600 each;
and that the Indian still had enough
land In his own right to equal tho
acreage of eoveral large states. This,
be said, wn why land and dollar
hungry white human sharks wore
willing to make all kinds of repre
sentations to prejudice the public as
to the Indian and bis fate.
Among the leaders of this move
ment, which is bald under the auspl
cas of the Society of American In
dians, are many well known men and
women In public and private life.
These Include senators, representa
tives, teachers, farmers, lawyers, doc
tors, artists, scientists and politicians
of alt nartles. snd a host of thlnkln
men and wo'men, all Indians.
Among the vice uresldonts of ihn
society Is llcnrcucntatlvo Csrlsr of
Oklahoma, the former chief of Choc
taw council. Dr. Sherman Coolldge,
a well known Episcopal clerarman.
and a graduate of one or two Eastern
colleges. Is the president. He also Is
a full blood Arapahoe, and was born
In a buffalo hide tepee In the Itocky
mountain foothills. Ills life Is a ro
mance from his earliest days. Dr.
Charles A. Eastman, the well known
Bloux writer and lecturer, and Dr,
Carlos Montexums. ths Ansche ohrsl.
clsn of Chicago, aro two members of
the medical profession who are
among the leaders.
Among the scientific mn nf in,iin
blood aro Professor J, N. n. Ilowott
or tho Smithsonian Institution, and
Arthur C. Psrker. of Albany v v
lh ctsto archssologlst qf Now York.
Mr. Parker Is tho secretary of the
Largely through the efforts of Pro-
lessor MCKentle a lar uuwln.
Membership of tho kMn think.
along clvlv and economic linos has
ueen enlisted In the soclstv. until v.
fry friend of the red man now wants
to bo an associate member.
This year the society will be wet
tomed to Columbus by Oovernor Har
mon, the mayor of the citr. ni ih
oinclals of churches, of frtm.i
bodies and prominent cltlssns. Th.
leceptlon will be held In the chmh
of commerce hall.
OnceT!olumbus was the Mi'ni th.
federal prison, where Sioux warriors
who wanted to fight for their country
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If you desire to know . It
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A Clean Scalp And Healthy Hair
Many of )our frlsnds have lound that a laiurlanl srowti 0
hair soft and glossy aad a aralp free from dsndrutr, ii rMu)
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This Is the procedure
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oughty rub the scalp with a stiff brush apply lllrutuiia rub it
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UNDER W O O J H
WESTERN TRANSFER GO.
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Klamath County Abttract Co
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mapm, piMft, bmjkpkint. ifw. KlinatH ValU, OrtM
We Welcome Small Deposits
Did you ever stop to thin that a hundred small sreounu mtc
a bank stronger thsn a doie.i Urge onest Tbnt U one of our r.-uos
for urging the man of limited moans to transact hit bulnc lth
Urns accounts ars wslcome, loo, for It Is our purpose to sens
At.l the people.
It manors not whalamoun of money you have to depoalt
will accept It at this baak. Wa wekome the small de potltor, we at
tend to him the ssma conslderallosjand courtsalsa sccordsd to sll of
our patroaa. ' .
Our customsrs all know thls.l tliAliK illafl
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Caattal f 100,000
Cheap Excursion Rates
Vlu rriie nouthern aolflo
Tie Doable Track, Safety Block Unci of the Witt
Good for retara Trip wtfi October 31
ciiioaoo ,..,..'.. $80.50
DKNVKK K $o"l.00
NKW YORK A ' LIK.nO
OMAHA .( . . ,'. . (' $08.00 '
8T, PAUL . . . , ,,,,,,,, $81 .O
KANSAS CITY .,, f. $08.00
UOHTON , $118.50
HT, LOUIS i $78.00
NKW OIILKANM . . . . $78.00
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The oaly rsasalalag aalaj dates are Oetokar , 10, '
Vr laferasatlaa at RaaanrsMoa raU en ar WrMa, i.
S. J. iAILEYr f
Agent, KlamatKfelts ',,
JAMES UUAr-n, .
. A., 801 K St., Sacramento, cm.
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