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KMMATH VAUM, OltlXiO.V. MONDAV, JANUAIIV 20, 1013
Price, VhwCMi
nglish Women Believe the Cause of Suffrage
Will Win When Final Vote Comes Friday
jHorsefly Demurrer is JHNSTONE IS Turkey Probably Will
MMSSIONERS
AVOR A ROAD Argued Before Benson1 Jfl STAY HERE, Suggest a Compromise
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BONDING ACT
riM) hi:i:k tiiik ttk of
I.IUJIHI.ATIO
U'ntilrn Hays MrMtbrfe tit lim
Rnll t'lMirt of lite Male tUprr
lr llfllrf T1..I TliU Hill I'mtr
i lr.l )Mhwl u( I Idling Male
ittMn tin) all l.'nlrrlainrtt In
tlaJtd
If j- count court In Ibo atata Uj
Question as to the Legality of the
District is Discussed From Both
Sides in Court This Afternoon
aijihka MKiiciuNT An Unconfirmed Message from Con
stantinople Says that the Sultan
Will Give up Half Aarianople
nmxut
llUVrf THK CONTlU)l.l,IN IS
TIJIIKKT IX THK YVII.I.Irt FIJKM.
-rum: comim.w lv tiiih cm
j jt Johnstone haa bought a con-
Arciniriita In a demurrer lhat uiaytu review all (liu oinclal acta of (he trolling Interest In the Willi Furnl Celled I'rcts Service
aRrri ltt Irgallty of (ha llur-elly lr corporation leading uji lu the bond turn comitny In ttiU city. Ha litu
rlsatlmi .'idrld, a private project l.ut.
that U plannrd fur the Irritation of i To lull a duniurrcr was flled by
l.C00 acres of laud In tlio vicinity of Join. Shook. Mlk llucck. Hank,
llonami, waa made before Circuit
Judgi Urittori Ihla aftrrniMiti, Tho
demurrer allacka the constitutional
11 of the law under which tho dla
trlct hat l'n Incorporated.
In otAlf to make a ted of the la
LONDON, Jan. 20. An ucconflrrr-
OSlclal advice from Athena say
that neither side suffered In Sunday's
already taken charge, ami ha order- ed dispatch from Coatt-intlnop'o say naal '
ASQUITH LEADS
OPPOSITION TO
SUFFRAGE PLAN
TIIKIIK ARK IM MMMM
whem: votk m HovwrrvL
, l'aag of the Meat awns Nmm Mat
d a largo atock of goods to augment that the fcrie will ofor to cede tts '
Lotted l'rcts Service
MANDAMUS CASE
IS f AGAIN
l In lator ut the Mago of atKallly of ll.e ITT6.000 bund InUe of
itlldllig atl by the legislature," tho dliltlrt. Kuykrndall It Ferguton,
line to County Judge William faltornty lor the project, tm. ilmo
lorden, ihu returned llunday'ago DM a trillion a-klng the court
I'lirtland, where ho attended
kltual Contention of the Olegoo
FAMiKlatlon of County Coutmla
lield there In tho rhantbra
Mullnornab county court.
mectlliK a veil attended,
rally etery county In the itate
Ueteenlr4," aald Judge Wor
r Krom xtetal countlee tho en
tunty court a pfeeeUt. I be
Ihta aa tho bct and tnotl en
lllc meeting that the aaaocla
l oler hvld. Il aa lrrldel
Judgo Clevton of Mullnumab
and many Important quva
ere dlacUMed, the principal of
tea that of good made.
lexilutlou aa framed, adopted
Itaed In the IrgUlature by 4
ttref rotil Ihla body. It ai the
of the contention that every
Inlerretrd atop talking about
lghaya, atale highway com
lera ando nglueere, and confine
icuulon to the eccurlng of tho
art permitting the countlea
to runut ror permanent roan
cllon.
IrgUlatlVa committee aeema
In faror of title, and dealrra to
ao far Ihla year, aa the re
nt rod might be entirely bar
it. In other orda, to accom
atart In road leglalallon, and
aly when It aa found that the
ng Intnrrata could no longer
or atop unfurling the red flag
O'llrlna, CUrlea Hackua and other,1"0 t'rweni ioc. aiiu-a nail ot Aanapopic. luiKey ro- CONSTANTINO 1'I.B, Jan. 20-A
opimmc to the dlitrlct. They con Mr. lohiutono haa rceldcd In AU 'utnlnc the Moitcm iKtdQ. council of rnlnUter U In progrvaa to-
Icnd that tho formation of the dlf'ka for about fifteen trara. Mo en Knvoy Heacbld denV.I an tno day In coculder the porte'a reply to
eal In the raurcautlla bailnMa In ledge of tho dlipatcli. lie noto of the powera. It haa not
trlct la iiucorutltullunal.
ftia. .lt.M,a titm ,1. .41. !.
. , ,, , different jcirla of Alaska, and camo
ere mad, by Kuykend. rr;j0 m r,y ,Mt iumBWr
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"MM l M I'lT.im Hkllfl', ... , , . . t. j .t. .
II, IUli Wl MHUUW UIU1C, .V
I . Wiley appeared aa attor
ney, lodge llenaon haa the matter
under adiUcmcnt.
ill. I - J1 '. 'Ul- 'J' .
A H, llutchklna of the Indian er
tlra left Ihla morulas for the Klam
ath Asenrr. Mr. HutckklBa.liaa t.l'
I
I W
braaka, la looking otr the Klamath
'Country with a view (o locating. Mr.
I.lnn la Tlaltlng different parte of the
coaat.
Chairman Paneff of tho peace con yet been decided whether or not to
ference aald: reject the proposal to abandon the
"If any lucu offer la made the Aecan (aland and Adrlanopte.
allle wilt aurcly accept IL" Tho grand coandl of the empire
There la no alga of the rwnmptlon will meet Tuesday, and will
of the peace conference. make Cnal decision.
KnfrnnrlilaeineMt of VMtea 1
Wimien la llrltUh Ile-JTrM Cmt
Inet It KefMirted to He IHfMwt.
With !.orJ Unf t'aeeriMai to Mm
Cuue nf Womcm
iir. UoUnglMlUaaJUit' J.m ltir l la frnra tfnn to at,
returned frnni a bualnraa trip to Kan).nli ,Q bualauaM atatLn
KranrlKO. s. 4 1 -i . IkWM
WlllUm Meaner,' iptrtaitemdent'fralU with lilraT" Mr. CoBaortwlUi
m..i (..,. i. i... .. 4.t.t.-.i tho rnunlr lnflrtaarr. traa In town 'remain In the) Oolden State for lontlt
"'"" viviiin,u,., . .. .-J
Itlita morning, attending to bualneea time. ffw-
Frank I'pp and Thomaa Connors
expect to leave today for Southern
California. Mr. L'dd will spend a
ifrvWeeka at Long Ueacn with his
rareHr, wno win return to iwimam
with liimr Mr7 Conaora. Willi
COCHRAN BACK;
WATCH MISSING
for a short eojourn.
matters.
ttmr li m
"r i- . ilw T-atL Stlaal
1l . SWWXi3
- Mrs. J. H. Elliott, -who realdea on
Hiram F. Murdoch la hero from bis the Merrill road, was a Sunday vis-
ranch today.
Itor In Klamath Falls.
niitMi:u I'l.ortxiiiMiM aui: tun- '
, . , II. I. Illtdrelh of Seattle Is attend
mimi:h am. m:w n.Tmox in . I0 bu,ln, lBWii n KUmaln
Kll..l lIUItllli:i ACTKI.V .OWlKalU.
WA.T:i I - - 11. II Smith left Saturday for San Dan Cochran baa returned to
-- - I U I'fennlnger of an Franclaco Is Dlrgo, Calif. From there, he will go Klamath Falls after a visit of several
Ihti action Initiated by Dr. W. A .here to call on the trade. to tho mining districts of Mexico. weeks In California cities.
Ionard and Henry Habbea for a rlt
of mandamua requiring the city om
data to lake action to put a coram!
Ion form of government In effect baa
been dtimlticd, and today a petition
for an order to show cauio In a new
action for n peremptory writ of man
damua was filed In the circuit court.
The new action, almllar In teat to
the one Jual dltmliucd, aaka that the
city nfflclala appear In court nest 8t
urday and ahow cause why they
hould not be compelled to forthwith
file a ropy of the commission charter
and to take atopa to put the measuro
In effect.
WF.I.I. KNOWN KIMATHIVAU
MAN, rOKMKUI.Y OK ST. IMVIH.
UKTl'U.VS TO THIS CITY TO UK
MAIN-
LONDON. Jan. 20. Aa mim) wf-
then fraite '(ciiUe meaaure, earryhsf U9
auffrago cauae up to ta kein as
commons Friday for dlvMoct kt rt-
portnU to atand S95 for Mn I
320 agalnat. while 15
doubtful.
Two days' debute precede Ik 1
If the measure paaaea It gM
enfranchisement of IS, 090,9ft
fit ,
Mt -LaJLte4J k Mial
uve
women, whlMrl
f ha nnrirtattt 1 -, "' v I
saw I'l'l'ViMtvaii
'me.
aJSJaaMBWMBBjaSBBSBBBmAlgt r gakttSI
S'aHaBBBBBBHkllZr
ums.
Ilrbrkalia, Atlrntlon
All members Interested In the de
' vriM teatti wnrk art, tirrtittl rrtiturtat
d together on aomo one Issue' . , ,, .,. ., ,,, ., ,,.,
mould Ik. of iK-nefll to all the 0)tU Th M(otli Mm w
p Kami titt rhnanti frnni thnjn who iIkiv
waa auggeated that were the ,....., tI11Ml lirilnrlent.
lea enabled to proceed, Il would .
a short Ilmo until, by the con
(Continued on
Miuaiw"
'age l
W. W, Smith of Illy waa a Klam
ath Fulls visitor Sunday,
ercury 50 Below;
He Sighs for Klamath
id Harpold Writes from Far-away
Saskatchewan That Klamath .
Beats That Province
Clarence Darrow is
on Trial Once More
Famous Chicago Attorney is Accused of Having Bribed
Robert F. Bain. One of the Jurors in the Famous
M'Nam&i-a Case. Rogers. Powers Defend
I Dan Cochran, formerly superin
tendent of streets of St. IouIs, and
1 well known In this city, arrived Sun
jday nlgb. after a visit of a couple of
months In fan Francisco.
i'rlor to leaving this city to go to
I San Francisco, Mr. Cochran lost a
'gold Yitch which bad been presented
to him rj tho men employed under
him whllo en official In St. Louis. AIi
'though the watch had his namo en I
'graved lr. tho case he has not yet,
been able to locate It, and he Is now
.convinced that II waa stolen.
ODDIE WOULD
REFORM STATE
(;o'i:u.oit OF NKV.IDA MAHJM
.SOMK ltKCOMMK.NDAlio.V4 M
IlKOAUD TO THK IMVOMCK AMI
I'ltl.K FK.HT LAWK
i4
t'nltid I'rcss Service
, CAIISO.V CITY. Nor.. Ju. .
Dr. Truax report the btdh Sunday Governor Oddla lu a wveu to Ma
of a boy to Mr. and Mrs. Martin I'er-' lv;.'.laturc, which cotweaei t4y
noil. recommended tho abolltten ot ta
llcno dlrorco colony hy chaagHtf tlio
I.OS AN0K1.KS, Jan. 20 Tho trial gtten a llfo sentence In San Qurnttn
; Alex Davis, a well known Klamath required period of realdeaea
county cattleman, returned Sunday. niontha to ono year. He ale
from a trip ot Inspection to tho out- mends the abolltloa of tha
District Attorney Jobu D. Frcder- .sldo markets. law which allow lakrii
ot Clarence Darrow for tho alleged .for this crime. Tho stale alleged that IcVs has cousented to postponement -
bribery of llobert F. llaln waa opened i tho McNamara'a plea of guilty was for one cauie or another, but has ai
ry-
no or these people who bavs
complaining so blttorly ot tho
spell ot cold weatliui' oxporleno-
io past few days mny fed llku
omlng forth lu "IIVD" and low
If they remombi-i thai as yet
ivro mark hn not boon reached,
thun rend tho fallowing extra:!
i a letter.
he letter was Just rrcclvod by
tain 0, 0, Applcgale from Fred
htold, well known In Klnmath
tty, and especially us an old roal
ot llounnta. Ho thinks It a lit-
frigid In tlio 8askutihownn, and
rltia from YoungV In that prov-
ai follows)
re are having aomo cold weather
horo. 11 has been JO below, and I
understand that It getn its low a 70
below,
"It Is n dry cold, but when winter
sets In It stays wlntor until It thawd
out In the spring, Winter sets In a
llttlo too soon for mo. (loucrnlly It
start about tho mtddld ot Octobor
and Inst until tho mlddlo ot March.
"This I a good country In Iota of
way, but I can't enjoy tho long cold
winters, I hnvo boon in several state
since leaving Klamutn, but huvo not
been ahlo to II ml any climate to
equal Klamath county, California
hn aomo good placos, hut to tako II
all around, I would profor old Klam
ath, whoro ono can got tho sunshine
In hi heart' conUat."
lu department four of the superior brought about by tho defenso attor- wa)s adhered to his original state-
court before Judgo Conley ot Madera ne)s because of the alleged briberies ment lhat he would prosecute Darrow ,
today, becoming known, on the second charge. j
Karl llogers of I.os Angele and i There have been many dclais In A brief resume of the llaln cao
Judge Totters of Salt 1-ako City are the second trial of Darrow, and, for follo.ts;
,i.... .... M.rr.iu.. m.iit in. '., i... ,i,.. i, vi-n.. t,niiv.i i,v , Uobe'l F. llaln. nu OKed carpenter
(V,,,,-, ,M, ,',,im, ',,, -.,W ,V tt UI1, l,,w , Tm v,,v.. w m.m.. - .
Frederick I acting for tho state. that on account of hi acquittal on a"" rand Army voteran, alleged that
The present Indictment ugalnet. n almllar cbargo tho bribery of Geo on Octol-C. 19U, the day after he.t - -. j maT. .,!. .
charge the bribery of llobert F, II. Uockwood. a prospective Juror In l". "ad - drw iror In JUryiUCIl drC iJOlllIOOCU 1U illUnigla
llaln, tho llrsl Juror accepted In tho the McNamarn trial tho second In-,"'" MC.Namara trial, nert u. tranK-
trlal of James llarnubiw McNamarn, dlclmeut would never bo pressed. .". a detectlto In the employ or Unr
allna JauiM Hryco, for tho dynamll- It Is ndmlttiHl by the stato that enfo Darrow, came to his cottage In
lue of tho l.os Ausele Times build most of tho evidence lu the llaln caso ' absence, und gavo Mrs. Haiti $150
Iiik on October I, 1910. Jnme II. was presented at Darrow' first trial. "1 tho understanding that $3,500'
McNamarn pleaded guilty, with his' which resulted In hi acquittal on more was forthcoming It the old sol'
brother John J. MrNnmarn, and waa'August 17, 1912. , liontliiued on iNigt. t
TT i1 I-.1 H-, i , , , .' ... . " ' i . i - I. i rs
No Jury Cases Until
March; Equity Cases Up
Jury Calendar for March Pre
pared by Judge this Morning
COUNCIL
Wl
L
MEET TONIGHT
IT I'.Nonill MIC.MIIKHS AUK FllKS.
i:xt, Tin: mattkii of a suit.
Alll.i: F1IIK AliAUM HVKTK.M
Will. UK TAKKN VI
This bolng tho regular meeting
night for tho city council, It 1 be
lieved thut somo action will bo taken
thl evening toward a flro alarm for
Klamath Falls. A apodal meeting to
conaldor thl matter waa called last
Monday, but there were only four
counrllmen In attcudnnco.
There aro n number ot other mat
ter of business that come up for at
tention tit tonight' meeting of tho
council,
FROZEN PIPES
CLOSE SCHOOL
V. O. Applegate Is hero from tho J
Klamath Ageury for n ihort visit.
Ho In n-nhew of Captain O. C. Ait I'fl'll.S AND mU'HKliN OF HIV
plegatn.
Mr. K. II. Dodge and Miss Kate!
Dodge ot Sherwood, Calif., aro Klam
ath visitors, Thoy will remain sev
eral day.
iiitsim: souooii oivi:.v v.vc.v
TION WHIliU I'l.C.MIIKUSi UK
I'.Vlit TIIK D.IM.U1K
Thero will bo no Jury trial In the Including all the criminal cue
circuit court until March, Judge !aro to be tried thl term f
lleu.ou announcing that be will de(The calendar aa rearra4
votu the Intervening month to tbeifollowa; r
hearing ot equity caso. demurrer , State vs. John D. Carre!,
and motion. Tho Jurymen wjro
Saturday evening excused from duty
until March.
A calendar ot tho motlnm and Uo
murrera to bo heard 'vlthln the next
few day follew: '
Ilorsolly Irrigation demurrer, Jan
uary 20th at 1:30,
i-oyiou vs. iiarnum, uumurrcr, jan
i A vncatlou wo granted the pupils
of tho Itlversldo school this morning
Albert Oehler and Joseph McAllls- on account ot tho water plK In tho
ter, who were confined to their bed I West Sldo building being frozen,
by lllnes, havo fully recovered from t Tradesmen aro at work today, and
their recent Indisposition. I school may be called tomorrow.
uary 21st, at 9 a. ra.
Stile vs. Evans, motion. January
21st, at 10:30 u, m,
Orocsbeck vt Muller, demurrer,
January 21st, at 1:30 p. m,
McCormlck vs. Ball, motion, Jan
uary 22d, at 10:00 a. i)t -,
Judge Densou thl mqralag ar
ranged the Jury calendar tor afarek.
I.
state v. IIubUnt iavMsw, Mart
State v, Herbert aHvMg. aftaNfc ,
State v. J, r. OoeNeg, Mwrt I.
1'latt V. A4aaM, MaMtv I. ''"'
State vs. Davl4. MaaHl JUL .
State vi, CttMfMwetli '' VotaJWaMki
March 13.
Statu vi. . L. Caairtswr. Mm S4i
Daltoa vi, afarasW, .Var St. i)i
I)oBrt vi. Maahar, Ml
Star, Drug ,C. W-'rV", H,
Marffejiv .r
The wark mnmmmt
of the m Ut H
during vnmr wcatw
9 a'eleak
lawyeff ii
wHWa w
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