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KLAMATH l',U,I.H, OHWION, FHIIIAV. JANUARY , 1011
Price. Fr? ('
abor Leaders "Railroaded" to Pen; Release Ordered
,
alif ornia Takes a Wallop at Electric Power Trust
Bonds $10,000 Per
Year of the Sentence
etition to Elevate
Rates Brings a Cut
01 COMPANY
IAY BE AFFECTED
BY A DECISION
tTIIIIUV t'Al.lllllt.MA n.Hl!M
:n ark iu:s:pitt:i
iH-tutN IUI of Urtrn IV-ile per
(lluw l I Onlrrnl. ami III Pllc-i
itr Dhmmm-! in Ttiri Vmi.
(MrrHit cm win :! ti.o :
Jif Mie u( tll(umU Wall"
Vol iNlmtrMtnl
tiled I'fee H-IVlfe
tMAN HIANCIrtCO, Jan. 3. Tim
llfurnt Mate railroad comwW.lun
lay d-ultd lti appllratlon of the
biitictn California Power company
rutin rale, and ordend a arplng
llulead,
IThU ll r-ull In r ulu rod rale
lOUKtlUUl Ill9 tate.
rim ruiainlulun madn a null mum
(a ur I tenia Hi Iiuue, loiuta,
nn, Hbait tiil Tehama cauntlm,
Id ranging down to 3 rente (or over
Sou kilowatt. Other loducilona
o Wrn otdetrd In Northern Cal-
irnla.
DRAINAGE
BEING
NOW
STUDIED
TURKEY 6IVEN 24
i HOURS TO CEDE
IMPORTANT CITY
i
K.NVmri UP TIIK AI.MKH Wtl.li
uAhTi: mi meiu: Tim:
HAII-ttV gVITM HF.NATK
Tcsae Men Letter to Gov
rtwur TueUy
Unlled Pre. Service
WASHINGTON. D. C Jan. 3.
Senator Halley this aftaraoon
resigned m United State. Ben
lor froM Tu la tetter In
which B. staled that bf desired
that hU ruslgnatton take effect
t one.
um-ix itio.v Mtmie: hksmimi
TIXT HOl.l IN MlfrTKIlK.ST
fAirni oi thi: vai.miv am
I'AltTUI'IIKI i'ia.
in orlr i uri li (ur u In
illiltK lilelliod of caring lur lb
Iralnur of 'fllu of tb KUmtlb
'lirojri, a lorro of rrrUmoilou rv
Uv riiiplojcM, untr AUlnt Kngln
lr J l Yailcn, in drilling l"l bulr
tlll llflrrrnl aru of lb vallef. Ttivr
hafl bn at wurk (ur llic aj( lo
rVa.
I lljr ilrlllllic Hi" tllrtcr.nt holm Ibo
rrlainallou uriko bromr bvllvr
TUtUtril llh Ibo illOertlit urfar
oalrr Uit, TbU "III arvallr bnUI
In Ibo ork of providing (ufSrlcnt
d rat in (o to carry aurplut walr (nun
It.r land In I bo Klamath projrtl.
Otrrruliv Ik-murrrr
Judcr Henry Mriltun lodar orrr-
rnlrd it dnnurrrr In thn ea at !!
Inn llmUr again! W- II, Marrhu,
Tim dofttim wa ghvn until lnmor
row nlibt In filn an atiacr Ttio mil
It brought In t Motor monojr atlrgrd
du W. II, Hhaw U allurnry (ur Ibr
liUlnllfta In Ibo artlon,
Ailrlan(d Muil lie .AtMaxloanl lif
ll.r Mullan'a four, or War Will
I In M(Mi"l at OiMo--At lli i:tlra
lln ol Tmrutf'Vfur llura IImi :
uf ut llw lUlhaa hlalr Ha Trwjr j
Mul llair Aaiawrr " .
I
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POPE SENDS HIS
BENEDICTION
CONGRESSMAN IS
DROWNED WHEN
JUMPS OFF LINER
1
llllOOIilNCJ OVKK i:fiwt in
UVCTJi INHANJTi'
WIIIUm Wcdrtar-rr, Mrtalrrr vi Com
KrrMloftal I'artjr oT tmprHom, m
VlrtiM of Ilia Own Act Neva of
, llw Tranlr la Hecrlrc-J bf Ihe
War tartwrtaarait hi Wbrloa Trl
, rgrrtaa Vrvm law llirr l
COUNTY COURT
15 IN SESSION
jhAM T. HLMMKIW Wll.l. I.K,tVK
OVflVK. AM JOHN HAUKIo
srrjs wiu. iik iNiifcxKU
Illl.tX AKK AUXIWKII
COURT GRANTS
IRE TIME 10
PERFECT AfffM.
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l'nlt4 t'rM Htt
I.ONIK)N, Jan. 3.- It waa Mml-oSJ.
rlallr learned that Ihn allied nTo;
bale oled to gU Turkar twenty
four houra within hlcblo redo Adrl
anopte. At tb expiration of (bat
Km bMlUltlra will U rtwumtd. Tba
vnvoja ware In arailon until o'cloca
till aicnlog.
DKATH Ol KMI'KHim IM IIOCRI.V
KXI1XTKI OtVICIAL tt)HK
MIIIMDKNCK MHilWM THKRK IM
xo Hope rrfm hvlvm
Manager Walton of tba pawar rom
Sny operating hr, an allied con
ru of Ibo Northern California I'owrr
SipaUXt waa not In hla offlra tbla
crniMin, and It waa Impoaalbto to
euro (rom hint a atateinent. Hut
publlafi4 rate ludlrata that
lamAth Kail ronaumara are paying
really In ir of the amount which
lllfornla patron will have to pay
ii m now on.
While Ibo publUbcd luoler ralo
no inngr (rum to tenia per kilo-
lat downward, the publltbed flat ratg
Inge upward to 30 cent per kilo.
Ml.
Ibo victory (or the California pat-
tin at tbn hand of Ibo lalo com-
lUalon la eapolHl l rwull In action
ulng lakcll hare.
Mr, and Mr. IM Cnrdwell mturned
rhuraday night (rum tbn Itngun Itlwr
fallcy, whom ttiry npuiit Ihn holiday
fhi'y led thl morning (or their Mer
rill homo.
fnitPd rre Kanrlc-i
U)NIH)N, Jan. 3. It Turkey re
tutr to abaudus drlanople, peace
negotiation will probably be broken
Ibl afternoon, and war will be re
utntd ImmcdUt-ty,. .
TbU wa the decUlon of the envoys
of the alllea In a formal conference
befgre rc-conrrnlng the ix'ace meet
ing. It waa agreed that Adrlanople
I the crux of the iltuatlon, and that
It will be uialeM lo parley further If
Ihn Turk refute to abandon the city
Cnltaw I'rtwa Hervlce
KOMK. Jan. 3. Anticipating Km
peror Kraiui Joacfa Imraedlata death,
the pope today aeut bla apoatollc ben
e4ktlM Vlawna- Meaaage to tba
V"alrm Uto that the emperor'a con-,
dttlon I very grave, and that death la1
probably bat a matter of hour.
g-6tl
Joe HettlBgrr. the "poUto king of
Klamath county, t In (rom Ilonanu
aitrndlng to buitnra matter.
Vr. K. V, Morrow left tbU morn
ing for I'ortland to attend to butl
ne matter. He will be away (or
teveral day.
lulled I'reaa Senrlco
WASIIINdTO.V, V. C. Jan. 3,. -ItepreaenUllve
William Wedemeyer
of Michigan Jumped overboard from
the liner I'anama laat night with sui
cidal Intrnt. He was temporarily la
ta ne.
The new waa received at the war
department In a wlreleaa mctaage.
Congreaaman Wedemeyer wast to
I'anama in Ilecember aa a member of
the congrraalonal Inipectlon party
Ha waa defeated (or reflection In
IWrraber, and It I believed that
brooding over tbU waa reapoaalble (or
hla art. - -
. ,
Tbe lat l aeaaloa or the county court
wblle Commluloner Ham T. Summer
ADfHTfONAL IHaltTV aUTt M i
CONIHMu'RKa VAHI
lit a member at that body, waa com-j
'rat need tbU morning. CommUtlontr,
'elect Hageutcln U In attendance at
the meeting.
Salary bllU and other currel bill
will be allowed, and the record will
be complete! tor the year. Aa aoon
(a Mr. IlageUteln take) oScw the aa
acaament (or tbe coming year will be
levied by tbe court.
II. A. Wlnnard came In (rom hU
I-anurt Valley ranch today with a
load of hog. The anlmata were of
tba Poland China rfraln, and aver
aged about ::S pound. All were
leu than a yrr old.
Mr. and Mr. C II. Itldley and wife
of I'aiadena. Calif., are vlattlsjt thl
city. Although they axe hero durla
the wont weather of the year, they
iri. murh ImurrufHl wllh the Klam-
I .. . . . . . . -L
am country, ana may ueciue 10 roaae
their home here.
U. S. SENATE
HONORS DAVIS
AI'JOItllNMKNT IK TAKKN IMMK
lIATi:i.V .UTrtlt cxnv:nino J
IN MWIOHV Ur' lltrtHC'KNIIKNT
til nMi:iii:iiTi: chikf
Tom Itlchnrdinn. n wull known ri
llitiml of North I 'on Volley, U a Klam
ath vlillor,
United I'rctijtfervlca
WAHIHNdTON. I). C. Jan. 3.
Tbe enate adjournvd today Immedi
ately after convening In memory or
Urn lain Hetiator llavl. The rump.
linn of tlm Arrhbald rate waa thu
pruVriitiHl,
Hoimlor Davl waa a plcturcaiiuu
ftgurn In thn teimto. Ill inott recant
.uplolt wa Iho Introduction of a res
olution rvmuviug tho tariff dutle on
Now' Kugland'a aacred codtWh. Hn
mndo atieech on tho meaauro, kid
illiiif Hniiator l.odo' hobble, tho
Hoiithrrn negro, Iho trul and tho
criminal rich,
An Amended Writ is Filed
in the Indian School Case
Discrimination Against Children at Fort Klamath is
Charged. Point that Parents are Taxpayers
is Made an Issue. Answer January 10
BALLARD SUES
ON BOGUS CHECK
IKALOO.V MAN WHO CAHIIKD OK
I OKU KAISKO frltOM t TO gtaWtt
' KKKKH TO HKCOVKR FROM
VOLMS AIXr.
' An echo of the trial and conviction
'or Itobvrt 1.. Allen, a local youth, on
!a charge of forgery U beard la a ault
."tied In tbe circuit court by J. Kent
'llallnr.l llaltnri! raahoit lh rhfk
Allen raUcl (rom 3 to 200.
An amended Dellllou (or a writ o( father, and they owa properly and lor had a right to maintain eparalo Allen I now tervlng a sentenro in
maudamu to compel tbo director ot pay taxc at Kort Klamath, according chool (or children o( different race.' lrie tate penitentiary, and Ilallard,
Rockefeller Escapes
From Law Officers
House Leaders Admit that They are
Baffled in the Search for the Fi
nancier. Report Discredited
NHYV VOHK, Jau. 3. Borgoant nl
Arm lllilrtell of Iho United Htntu
Keimto I InVcitlKulliig n report that
Itocko'ullor It on bourd k yacht bound
fur llurmudn. Ho think tho report
Vi a ruio, und tho guard Imvo not
leon rolaxed.
United Preu Bervlco
WA8IIIN0TON, Jau. . llouo
loudura'ndmlt that they nro baffled In
tho llockofollor aonrch. Chairman
I'ujo of tho nionuy trtut Invcttlgatlug
commllU'u will call thu committee
nuui toguther thU ndornoon.
Illddell hu boon ordered to Keep
up tho Howrch,
It Ik urolinblo that tho homo will
nut coiuliler the llockofollor matter
until next week.
Ihn Fort Klamath tchool dUtrlct to
allow tho children of William Craw
(ord to atteud the Port Klamath
tchool hn been filed by C. M. Onollt,
attorney for Crawford. The defeaie,
repteaented by .Thoma Drake and
Kuykendall & Kerguton, (a given un
til January 10th In which to anawer.
Crawford and hi wlfo are th. chil
dren of Indian mother and whit.
JUDGE M'GINN IS
QUICK IN ACTION
ATTOHNHYH 1'I.KAHKO WITH MAN
NJrai IN WHICH IOKTUtNO JUR
1ST IIIHIHIMKH OF HVHINKMM IN
THU CIRCUIT COURT
"A lightning chaaer."
Thutly waa Judge Henry U. Mc
Olnn chnrurterUed In advance) ot hi
coming hero to hold court (or Judge
lleiuon, nnd thl opinion waa con
firmed when (ho I'ortland Judge pro
ceeded to tramact the buaUeai be
(oro film todiiy.
'Maybo ho doesn't like tho town
nud wniitii to get through a aoon aa
polble," remarked one attorney.
to their petition. Kor two years their
children hare attended the school at
Fort Klamath, but this year they
were ordered to attend achool In a
aeparate building on account of their
Indian lineage.
In tho original mandamus proceed
ing, It wa t forth that the chil
dren were provided with a separate
school, and Iho demurrer to this pe
tition was suttalned by Judgo Ilenson
on (he ground that tho ichool direct-
Hut thl I not true. In fact, the1
Judge expred himself aa very much
pleased witii Ktamatn raits ana nis
reception here.
With one member of the state su
preme court, Judge Mctllun has beeu
noted (or the rapidity of his court
work, and, In spite ot tbe speed in
which ho dispose ot legal matters, ho
enjoy nit enviable reputation for the
soundness of his decisions.
Judgo Median has a pleasing pres
ence on tho bench, and Is popular
with attorneys. He Is accompanied
hero by Mr. McGinn,' and will proba
bly remain a couple ot weeks. Dur
ing his stay here a banquet will be
tendered him by the Klamath County
Bar Association.
K, K, (Irani has returned to Ban
Frauclsco after a visit of several days
her.
Francis J. Downe. one of the di
rectors of tho Horsefly Irrigation pro
ject, Is here from Dosania.
provided the school advantages In through his attorney, Fred II. Mill,
both cae were tbe same. .seeks a Judgment for 1300 against
The matter of a separate school lAllen.
for children of Indian blood is left on account of his being a fractional
out ot the amended petition, Onelll Indian, young Allen has an allotment
basing the action upon, the ground oll tho Klamath reservation. This Is
that the children, being ot school age ,aa to be a valuable tract of timber
and the children ot the taxpayers In a (nort distance from Modoc Point,
the dUtrlct, hsvo been refused admit .... .- . .-; u
apPFW V aTTC eTwar AlsWV eM eJsWV eVsaaa
TrrB. of tka 1bU-1
VCNsW CMr aJaysPaMaw Mat
trfct AHantf WW
Hfall V,-.av ha ftfcal
ajva7BJar e-wawe7 owagj taawas
ItllaTMBI STAB MaTaat.
aawawwveawa bbbb) waTawsa
n
CHICAGO, Jan. S. The) Uastt-J
States circuit court of
lb. petition of the at! e raey W taW
ceavlrt4 labor leaders, at rnaeM km
the Metal rtaeV a ,1, iingtlUfi.
for a supersedeaa writ, aa nr4erel
the laatedtate release of the 4e4eV
anta,on boaak.
The bond of Preet4t Rya Of U
Iron Workers Union waa axed at 79,
uOO. Tbe boada of Ue etaers wera
nxed on tbe baU of 110,000 for each
year sentenced.
The court also graated th. defaa)
anta thirty days besides the thirty
days graated by taw for the prepara
tion of their case for appeal at the
April term of court here.
The bond must be given la Jitd -Aaderton's
court la ladlsasylla ,
United State. District Attorney MWer
must approve tee bead e hshsst af
the government. II. demsaae.laek
real estate aecurlty enual te twle. la -amount
of br.ll In each case h gtvesu ,
.v
"m
j -y
t. nlled I'rewt Service
CHICACO. Jan. 3. -The attsraeya
for tho convicted labor leaders ap
peared In tbo United State, circuit
court of appeaU today ta ash far a
writ ot upredeas and the reloa
of tbe defendants, except Hockln, em
bonds. Hockln, it was aanouaeed,
will not appeal.
Judges Kohtsatt, Raker and Sea
man were In court to hear the argil
uient which K. N. Zollno and Chatter
Kruru (or the de(endaaU, aasyNetrtot '
t
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(Continued on rage
4)
Ion to the dUtrlct school, and, for.
this reason, dltcrlmlnatlou against
them I being shown
TAFT GIVES UP
SENATE FIGHT
I'HKSIIIKNT Wll.li NOT 1'RKSKXT
NOMINATION OF COIiONKI. UOK
TMAIJa Wll.li I.KWr: Al'l-OIXT-
MKNT TO WIUsON
'
WASHINaTON, D. C, Jan. 3.
Assured that tho democrat In the
senato will oppose the confirmation,
President Tatt told friends today that
he will not nominate Colonel Goethal
to be civil governor of the canal tone,
but will leave the matter to WlUon.
The president has also decided not
to Issue an executive order estab
lUttlng civil government in the canal
ione. Ha will leave that nUo to
'Wilson.
Bad Weather Marks i
T
Homecoming of Body'
... .
British Cruiser Arrives in New York'
with the Remains of Ambass-
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dorReid. U.S. Ships Parade
A &
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United Press Servle.
NEW YORK, Jan. 3. Fog, wind
and rain marked tbe homecoming of
the body of Ambassador Reld today.
Tho cruUercNatal led th. proceeslon
post Ambrose lightship to tbe saval
anchorage In North River, below
Grant' tomb. Tbe cruiser carried
the American and DrltUh tag nt half
nasi.
The battleships Florida and North
Dakota, and the destroyers Roe. Drey
ton, McCall and Paulding fellow)!
the Natal. r
,vZ,-i
1 , If l
As tbe body waatakca akaea tW
Florida Bred ntnelaea aWi'laa) m?i
bassadorlal aalute. iwtMsi
North Dakota TM.rrffo tJat
St. John's cathe4ratu A
of honor will he
fuaerar'toatarravi.
a am &
:r.'v.
ami otaer
oael LowthervWia pa)ii f '
atllltary ale. wM HllfJ
BUfeee ureer wH
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