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KLAMATH FALLS, OKJMION, FRIDAY, OOTOHKH 11. IUIU
"Tramp, Tramp, the Boys are Marching", Dreams Sam
"Smoky " Joe Wood Puts Indian Sign on the N. Y. Giants
TTUHKiH Hill THK UKFK.NMK
LOHK A POINT
II. UmU llolrl Clerh TrstMe Thai
lb Head "f lb Aaaettra) Pftlrt
Ilea of IjiIht, and Not Tvlrimor,
HrfWlrml al ll HmUlirrn Hotel
la ipom I'rltru Hntr4 Han I a
I All! IVM HTTIf-
INDIAN'AI'OI.IH, Oct. II- Tbe gov
tintnt haa al lat aucceeded In
iiIuIbi Romper' nam Into (lie
li tl of Ihe labor Issder brt.
frink Hchllllng, a 81. Louts hotel
drk, allowed lo testify that
Oiaperi and not Tvletmoa bad been
Is Ibe St. Uula November ST, HOI,
Toe defense objected on the
giaaBit that neither Qompcr or the
suerkan federation of Labor u on
trial. Ttio government promised to
(low the connection 'of Oompers, and
lie objection waa overruled.
0. A. Dlion nf lb Argonaut hotel
It Ian rranclaco. leetgd thai Jim
Mr.Ntnara had registered Ibara as
MKKTI.NON ARK Til UK HKMI
O.NCK A WKKK INHTKAII OK
TWICE A MONTH HVK CAMIL
HKAHINGN WII.I, UK IIKI.lt IN
THIfi CITV I.V IIKCKMIIKII TO
DKTKHM1NK WATKIt RIGHTS
OP MANY FARMKRM
Kwauna Kurampmenl No, 4ti I O.
0. V haa grown o rapidly that at a
meeting laat nlgbt It waa decided lo
hold meellnga every wrek, lualead
of twice a month. The meeting night
haa been changed from the aerond
and fourth Thursdays to every fur,
At lha meting laat night !tv can.
illdatea were Initiated Into the Hop.l
Purple degree. After the meeting
the member enjoyed a banquet.
Candidate who are eligible lo lha
I'alrlarchlal degree will be Initiated
al tba meeting of Tuesday arming,
An Important bearing to determine
the rlghu of farmer la Langell Val
ley to tba water of Loat River will
be bald In thla city December 7tli by
the atats engineer. Notice to thla
effect ha Juat been aent out.
For year lha farmer of Ungell
Valley have uied tba overflow water
of tost Hirer, but whan the dam waa
ronatructed at Clear Lake Ihe an
nualnvrrfiow waa atopped, and now
It w be determined whether or not
thn farmer are entitled lo any of the
atored water In lieu of the overflow
Two day before the bearing of the
l.ot River matter the engineer wilt
atari an Investigation relative to the
right to Ibe watera of Cherry Creek,
n tributary of Upper Klamath Lake.
AMKItlCANH TO UK HHOT
Mealcaa Kobe Issue UtUmaluaB
United free ferric
KL PASO, Taiaa, Oct. 11.
Tba Met lean rebate have laaued
an ultimatum to the Hetlcan
Northweatern Railroad company
that all American operating
Ihe train after October IS will
will be abot. The Northweatern
I Ihe only road In Meilco em
NEED A SCHOOL
rKOUI.KM IH PUT UP TO THK AT.
TOHN'ICY GKNKHAL OF NTATK.
MORE KCHOOLM AMI TKACMKH
8ALKM, Oct. It. Tba 1'aUley.
Ota, school la overcrowded, and
' I an Ineufficleat number of
t.thn. The director put Ibe mat
lf up to the voter la a rea.ut for
n addition lo ihe building. The vol
n turned the proportion down. Now
tt art the director going to do
That U the quettloa put up to the
orny general. II advUed tba dl
Wore they could uae for tba am
'nnnt of teachtra or curing
ore room 16 per cent of tbe 6 mill
Khool levy, but If mora than Ibat I
4ed the money can be had only by
ote of tho elector. He advised
' that they rould hire a many
J"Mra a thoy aw fit.
Odd FMtows. Atteatlon
Tonlnht te tba regular meeting
night tf Klamath l.odge No. 117. I.
O. O. P., and Ibe meeting wilt be
called at 7:10 abarp. There will be
work In the flrt degree, and all
brother are recreated to be on hand
promptly at lha opening hour, aa
Ibe Initiatory work will be taken up
aa tbe flrat order of bualneaa. In order
to permit some of tbe brother to at
tbe meeting of the Loyal Order of
DI6 FEED FOR
NKW LODOK WILL I.N1T1ATK 18.1
CANDIDATE TONIGHT AND A
HANQUKT WILL FOLLOW l.V
THK HALL OKILL
WILHOX AND MARHHALL CAM
PAIGN FUND IH HWKLLKD DY
LOCAL ADHKRKNTH GROKH
BKCK AND WAQNKR WORKING
Following a meeting In Odd Fellow
ball tonight, when US candidate
will be Initiated, a banquet will be
given by tbe Loyal Order of Mooae
In Hall grill.
Candldatea aro expected here from
Merrill, Dorrta and other rolnta In
Cover will be laid for 100 at the
IN FRISCO CUT
democrat have atarted a
campaign to rat fund to help
finance tbe campaign of Wllaoa and
Maraball. Rollo C. Orooabec'k and
Wm. Wagner are In active charge of
tha fund raUlag.
Tbl afternoon coatrlbatloaa of 11
each bad been mad by tba follewing:
Wm. Wagner. Rollo C. Oroeabeck,
Uncle Sam, Cbarlea Grave. Demo
crat. Frank Ward, J. H. Caraakan,
J. J. Barrett. T. F. Nlcbola. J. W.
Bryant. Bam Walker, William Whlt
lock, Oacar Peyton.
SERVIA WILL BE
JN FIGHT WITH
UNOFFICIAL ANNOCNCRMBNT Of
Heavy Flgtlilac I Roetl an
eat I'artj) of Kattipe Taw hey.
DetrMtrh MonmtMim la Beeac Fw
tMetl Ramor Haa It Tha Moe.
egriaa Have Take) aha taerai ad
United Pre Service
BAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 11. Tho
Pacific underwriter board granted a
10 per cent Inturaace reduction,
bringing tba rat to the 105 level.
Moose and be decorated with a aet of A 10 per cent reduction I promto-sd
later. Tba cut la effective at once.
CALL TO DUTY William Hall Pleads Guilty to
Charge of Assault and Battery
RKCAUNK HK HAH NO HORNK, LO
CAL MILITIA MAN FKAHM HK
WILL HK UNAHLK Til HKMPO.MI
TO OOVKHNOR'H CALL
Captain C. J. Fergueon tbl morn
ing noaltlvcly denied a report which
bad gained conaldarable publicity
and which waa to the effect that lm
had received advlcra from Governor
Writ lo recruit a company of mllltli
I nni. In hj. rnlv In aliirin thi cltr
hall and eject therefrom the present'
Captain Fergueon I tho only mem
ber of the Oregon mllltla now rvatd
lag la lb city. He admit that he U
reluctant to again undergo military
discipline, but lb only eicuse he la
able to advaace for not nerving In the
feat of a call la that he baa no bone.
WAS VERY ORIEF
BUPKtUNTlCNDKNT ABANT OF
I ' TMK-CRATKR NAVMNfAL PAM
RKPORT8 UNUSUAL YKAH
WILL ATTK.ND CONFKRENCK
District Attorney will Present Charges Against City
Officials to the Klamath County Grand Jury
Next Month. Indignation Wave Causes Smiles
Halted Praaa Berne
Oct. II. lm-
Arordlng lo the morning Wave of
Indignation, unle Dlalrlct Attorney
Kuykendall luue warrant for the
arret! of prominent city official by
tomorrow night, Governor Weat wilt
be notified and tbe mllltla wilt be
aent here at once. In tho meantime
the district attorney, according to hi
declaration thla afternoon, will con
tinue to conduct tba alalia of hi
own office without regard to the man
datea of tba Ulg Wave.
Thta morning William Hat) ap
peared before Juitlc Oravea and
entered a plea of guilty to a charge
of aaaaultlng It. Vance Hutcblna, a
reporter .for the Morning Scream.
Justice Oravea Imposed a flne of IIS
Bam Kvaaa, editor, managing ed-
migration Officer Nicholson and iltor, buelnca manager and aota own
Oobbln chopped their way Into n Chi
nese tave den today and rescued Gait
Kay Far and Lum lock Muey, slave
glrla. They were taken to Angel la
land for deportation.
Brave Messenger is
Victim of 4 Robbers
Valuables in Express Car are Hidden
and Messenger Resists Efforts of
Bandits toTell of HidlngPlace
er of tbe morning paper, catted on
the district attorney yesterday af
ternoon and demanded Ibat warrants
for tbe arrest of city official at once
be laaued. A lengthy conference was
held, and the district attorney aa-
auted Mr. Kvaaa that tbe aame course
would be pursued In theaa caaa aa waa
followed la tbe chargea against Hun
ter Savldge, Herbert Bavldgo and J.
F. Uoeller. that 1, lb nutter would
be called to the attention of the grand
Jury for Investigation.
"It doe not appear to me that tbl
I any different from tbe municipal
graft matter aa tboaa eaa ware orig
inally brought up," aald Mr. Kuyken
dall. "All of tbe man wbo are ac
cused with crime are well known her
and there appear to be no danger of
any one of them attempting to leave
"I have but tbe word of Sam Ev
ans and lha aewapapar of tbe chargea
against theae city official. Accord
ing lo hi own statement, Mr. Hutcb
lna la coaflaed to hi bed, and not
ablo at tbl time to give taatlmony.
However, It it ahoutd develop that
any of tha men who are charged with
an offense attempt to leave tba city,
I would at once authorise the Issu
ance of warrants, even on the un
supported word of Sans Kvaaa."
During tbe season Juat closing, the
liri.i(hap mt th fratr Vaftlntiat Park
baa been tbe moat Inclement In eleven
years, according to Superintendent
Arant, who I in the city today, en
route to the Yoaemlte Valley to at
tend the econd annual conferenco of
superintendents of national parks.
will,.!, wilt j-AnVAn.. n,(AKa, f Jtk
'' "The season has been shorter lhau
. , . . lany I have experienced In tbe park
The Klamath county grand Jury.durlnE th pMt -TOB Jmn .. ,
will convene In this city during thejcptan Arant. "Nevertheteea more
last week of November. After sever- people registered than ever befort.
Thr were E.lOS lourlita In tha nark
a mattera now pending are disposed
of, ibe Jury wilt be excuaed and a
new Jury will be drawn to convene
during the Aral week In December.
It will be thla grand Jury that will
probably tak up tha chargea against
Mayor Nicholas, Chief of Police Smith
and Officer Hall.
Mr. Evan' announcement of tbe
Issuance of an ultimatum to tbe proe
ecutlag attorney caused considerable
amusement on tha atraeta today. Also
It waa recalled that when aerloua
rhargea of graft bad been preferred
against city couactlmen, Mr. Bvana,
through Ma aawapaper, waa atrenu
oua la hi defaaaa of tha accused. It
waa whea a repreeaataUve body of
men composing tha Klamath county
grand Jury retaraed Indictments that
he transferred his attacks to mem
bers of the Klamath Falls police
force la an apparent endeavor to di
vert public attention.
train at Fort Smith
VATFIKLU, Ark.. Oct.
& bandits boarded
K'P-eit Measengar llurgetl waa
J"" nn took all of tha valuablee
' tluj ' and bid them. Than
owned fir on tha baadlU with a
"iun. on bandit waa fatally
wounded. The others entered the car
and beat Durgett Into Insensibility.
Unable to And tha valuables, the
robbers torturad Durgtt. II refused
to give any Information, however.
Again they beat him Into tnssnsl
blllty. Completely baffled, the robbers
topped tha train and vanished.
Poaaaa are In puriult.
Bursa la dying.
FISHKR HHIPP OONCKRT COMPA
NY WILL HK THK FIRST TO
The flrat numbar of tha Klamath
Lyceum llureau courae thla aaaaon
will be tbe Fisher Shlpp Concert com
pany, which will appear at tha opera
house Monday evening, October II.
In this company tha maaegemaal
haa combined tha two prim essen
tial of a popular Lyceum organisa
tion, high standard of Individuality,
and perfected concerted work In tha
eaaemble featuraa which form a targe
part of their program. Their pro
gram la of great variety, no two num
ber on It being alike. In addition to
tha vocal aoloa and duets, inatru
menial aoloa and duet, reading and
tba musical number la which the
whole company appear, the program
iacludea aeveral sketchea which have
been a great succeaa In tha past six
year of the company1 exlatence.
Tha Klamath Lyceum Bureau haa
Increased Ihe number of entertain
meata thla year to nine, aa follew:
October II Fisher Shlpp company
November 6 Rosa Craa.
December II Margaret suhl.
January Jubilee BHagera.
January 15 Cosmopolitan Four.
January II Robert Parker Mile.
February 10 Ford K. Samuel.
April 4 The Starr.
The Sunday date of Ford Samuel
will be on February t,
CALIFORNIA'S GOVERNOR AH
RIVKS TO TAKK PART IN THK
FIQMT AGAINST PENROSE HK
WILL KXPOSK BOSSES
'lattad Pre Service
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 11 Gover
nor Johaeoa arrived here thla morn
ing to participate la the aatl-Panroae
fight. Ho promlaea to reveal an al
leged coalition between the demo
cratic and republican boaeea to beh
During tbe week Chief Clerk Ucker
of the interior department, with hi
wife and clerk. Mr. Kelly; Frank
Bend, chief clerk of the general land
crtlce, and Edward W. Dixon, an In
spector of tbe Interior department,
visited tha park.
It la expected that active eeaatnic
ttoa work on the road In the park
will atart May IS, 1111.
Called Praaa Serrtea
Servla far War
BERLIN. Oct. 11 An aaeest- ),
firmed dispatch from Blgrada ,
says that Serrla declared war
agalaet Turkey at 4 a'daek that
LONDON. Oat .11. I
from Dud pert aar aha tha Monte
negrins have accepted Baatarl.
Catted Praaa I
VIENNA. Oct. 11. A
from Poegorltaa. Kkag Ntehetaa' I
quarters, saya that tha Mnalajiln
are fortifying Detchtteh arouatat.
They are preparing to advaace oa
TO TELL IT ALL-
DINOHAM. Utah. Oct. 11. Hun
dreds of deputy sheriffs nra guarding
100 strikebreakers working In the
Utsh Copper Mining compaay'a mla.
Union miner have bad frequent
clashe with the strikebreaker and
LKFTIK LOUIK AND BA4JO FKANKj
ARE SAID TO RE WILLING TO
TELL ALL ABOUT THK ROSKN.
United Praaa Berne
NEW YORK. Oct. 11. It I rum
ored that leftle Lout and Dagu
Frank are willing to confesa.
Thomaa Ryan, tbe driver of the
taxlcab which pursued the murderer
of Rosenthal testified that oaa ma
did the shooting. He haa not been
Perfect Support is
Feature of the Game
Boston Infield Saves Defeat. Tes
reau is Wild and is Taken out of
the Box in Seventh Inning
United Press Service
NEW YORK. Oct. 11 The phe-
nomlnal pitching ot "Smoky" 3 an
Wood, tha ll-year old aradlgy, put
tbe Indian alga oa tha New York
Olaata again thla afteraaoa. The Red
dox woader had tha heavy bitting
Giants at hi mercy, and, although
eight safe btagla were marked up
agataat htm ha vu at hi beat whaa
bite meant runs for tha local agrf
getlon. ' "J , '
Tesreau waa taken out at, the bag
In the seventh, aftw ha hd'awd
its hit, passed two at aad lot ee)t
tun la on a wlt aiuh. Asm waa
substituted, but tha kard-hMUag Bad
Soi took thraaaafa oaea from hi tfe
dullvery, bfdf a baa ,bemv
Qardaer waa tha batttas atar oCtua.