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Drys" Will W Hurry Their Campin
b Action will be Taken Until After ijhe Charter Election m Marehrl(
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A DAY WILL 8E
! Rebels Take Train
: INDEMNITY ASKED
HIS I.V AUIIITMMt TO (HH)tNAI
HVMAXVt
klhil ! IUww imth
l'H .( llmj.lir, mill Vlum Are. 1k-
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MKXICO CITY, KIi. 4-Twul'-two
men win kllloJ, (vn wuuuilcil
ititil inn or ItKoiii ronmii ro kM
impped M ft rwult of nn ntinrk upon
h (rain r MoiIcau robnU tltli itioru
Tho nltnrk wni (nulla mar Alcilco,
about fitly mile from tho caplul.
KderAl force ro In pursuit, uJ u
pltclivd buttle with Ilia reuali ox
pacted In a abort time.
JJ.O.MO.V, VI. -TI WHlbanl-
nl uf ,tiltljno.lo k jl ir
KtbUbniuun
WANT STA6E LINE
FROM THIS GUY
FREMONT AT LAST
uuiuiuxum woui.ii Ai'i'itoi'itN
A'll! IONI-:" TU I'l.ACM HTAT-
ui:h oi' I'ATiiij.vniiit anu iix.
IIIMHHT I.V IIAI.Ii OF FAMK
ruK o tKiuu lun
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BILL APPKOV
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haciu.mi:nto, rb.
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I'KMKNTKO WpjXW MAKK1W
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INDIAN TREATS
FRIEND; FINED
UI'FOIITK TO QUKN'CK THIR8T OF
ItOIII.V IIOOI) COHTO F.1JHKK
I.V.VCfl TMK HUMi OF HKVKJT-FUTV
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t'ltllril I'rtM ?crtle
A.
.Bti'nntorJ 3Al.li:M, Feb, 4
Camlnottt today Introduced n bill ljMroJ tbo bill which piovldea for tb
llMlnc that tka drlac of Wfelaker
'V' I by one Indian to another la a dlrtct
IVIOllUOn Ol mw, I BHU.H.CU oat.
r'lltfc bouo toJny filinr.) and F. O. Oreenwood la.t nl.lit
i . X . . ... .. I . -- . .. I n.l. . -rinn.lh In.
I
iLnlted l'rei 8nrlca
WABHINOTOK, I). C, Feb. 4
Dlapatchea report tbat Veaeaa4aa
ttsd'ColombbiR troop. ar bela bmh
blU-tHtSaiir Maroa, the barber tkk la
l dlastitalMtwaeti ta two SoHth
Araericaa raftaMlc., and alaan aea
I rami sent.
It la reverted kern that the Mile-
erent countrlea neetnre Uutt tner will
net allow laterfeatlen ky the United
Ht-lea. .'.'
Die nisenibly. piOTldlnK for an nunro
prUllou of 150,000 for tlie purcb-4e
or ttnt'ic. of (Irnoral Fremont and
(Joorite llttarnt for tbo National Hall
of fM.
l(lkMATII li:VKWU'3llT COM
iiv' m;i:icK to (Jirr I'ltlVli--
HflKTIIAT HAH WMl IIKI.N ISX
jovj:d nv jikpi oito
A. kins that tbtt ovclu(ru francliUo
for a aU.o line In to Crater Uko
Natlnual I'ark Im granted to the
KUmatb Doulupni-ut rompaur, n
iHilltlon In In circulation today. M-ck-
(I. l Walton, who own. a ranch on
T -.- II I a e pl i ret .! ti nniA I ml NV it f-
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iit a tnori lojourn uvrr.
iturllitatlou of criminal, and chronic
Iiuoiio pir.otw. I
Clicvra greeted the nnouncment
of the voto. ,
The tnvavure kae beeo approved by
tho Ule board of, bsVlth. It haa
boon brought to the' attention of
about every lrililaturo during the
pant Oftctn year.
v
r y'rr.
'i. ?s
arreited Klner Lynch, a Klamath In
dlnn, after aeclnc him paaa a quart of j
firewater to Ilobln Hood, aUo from
the rr!rvatlon.
Lynch wa"a brought before I'ollce
Jndge Iavltt thli morning and fined
$7.50, which aura be paid. In addi
tion to the bottle be used In.treatlng
Ilobln Hood, another quart waa found
In Lynch'! po-elon.
ACTRESS WEDS
OWNER OF SHOW
rt.iuui t.MUy m tlie r-HjueM of lliotnc tu ,.euro Ihla advantage, which1
tn. In i.Mlcr lu allow ft tn-hm. been to loin cnjoied by weurorn,
L ami tiiiii-roiMbetaMi) U !-, At.i,.UURt (H- Crater Uko company. I
l Only oar atago lino la permitted by;
the government, and rentca car irom;
bet n rciuacj aumiMion
rifltnlloN e( tlwt time Hnl'
i rnr It-rumrd t aaiaiWtT
DemocralsBlock Plan
Confirm Nominations
3
BKllESIIig
10 GO ON BALLOT
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MIW. LOCIHK LOHK W NOW MM.
FOMTKK I'liAVKD HKKIJ HKV
FJtAli SEAHOXI, ANO WAH A
e
tlHKAT FAVOK1TK
Jlhla city have
i. .''tD ,,,e l'',t
4eAe4.ntiialu- tfriler to
L'nltrd I'imi Hcrrice
1 1 ni'nnn t'-t. ..11 U .iiil-i ttt-ew-eWMu m-ilr to
-m..., w -T .... . .j ... . .
ioo4 aulhorlly that the allied pa!-; raster U now being uikci. up "
kinilatca will demand a raah Indem- the department of Iho Interior.
nit; cf 15,000,000 per day for eactr
Ihe renewed war continue, in' J. II. Ilerry, a ron ,...i.u
r:;1;,;n,.wu w mm, la a Klamath Fall, vl.ltor.i
&4iker re-IHaappointed :b the
Filibusterinti Operations of the Opposition. Bish
op is Reported to be jbl Candidate - for Marshal
bi-t.ii refuted ailmtMlou .. ll !-. ifirr. C
nailer that rj--ijayr"U ivl -'"i,- - "- t-sv-CSlf". Ti ' 7-- , " --..--yr--"-
.UuUatj ht mat ""'TSWjix...-:v,a z".--.-.-.
C. T. Oliver boa received a letter
flora Mra. Lenlee Low. an actreaa
who la well known here, announcing
her marriage to Mr. Cbarlee Porter,
iowner of the Porter atockeompany.
Mra. Porter waa. formerly wife of
tlie head of Lowe'a Mndlaon Seuare
comneny. a clever tronwe that payee
In Klamath Fall aeveral tlmee- la
the daya before thle etty w em the
retire-. Mr. OU-er-ewe4 heX
Llftlereet t. the treeae; elaiU''meea-
eera or iae cempeay m.i-n-i mi. mm
Mra.. William V. Monc, aleo well
known here., v
EARLY Hi SPtiG
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JPHpewai ear. - a
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Htot. la ThMCTm Mwigeaaai aa , vw ',
Heekeel hf FreeaaBe&mi imV.n
tertaejra J . A ,
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.tvit- U-tmr-e tKUahftm- 'i n
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tlon of the atterney aeaerat Ihaajtlaail
iiotlon rannef be
faH. leeeJ Vdrya'are
with their Una, aae. Hie
an electloauwU he hetil
' ". ... i ' r- . ' ' '
clalee. hi aaee er the vetere.ee.
a-eetleaTef i new eherter.
k. after Mere- leth. WtMM'.
i.i .1. tin- l-T.ehi-t.-vtl ' Y '"
It waa theterlgtt-il laMmtf
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aelkwc ee.:the kettet at 'Ch
?ft
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Jaraet Falrclo le here from Miller
.Hill, attending to huatnea matter.
a4ae the .'in i ) MMpaf -
afnftM V
i the4f . nttrnaaf. JKlaa
meke ne aaeve aatM
tiea'ef n eeJHW'wae,eatAae.
theory wae ttet; IMtiaf ak
forthcoming eteetiea. at-flat
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at
i-i a
(ConUneed em ream.e).-
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rordei
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on
idland Farmer Circulate
for a New Road from this City
Which wiUHelp the Farmers
!.., i. in,i .irn rod tho algnn
Abel AUy I. today circulating a peinuu .. - -- -. - ....,.
tltlon for opening of n county road-tur.-. of every inna ow,.cr ,...
from Midland to Worden. He ox-'which tho road will paw.
n.,1. ..MivPourt In addition to proviuing a f-
mlleil PreerVtro lellor and telegram urging him to nltcraoon that bo fully expected to!'ftvTrtlfw---I4 A TA1'l-e- CL OlWliAe'
WAititiKaTOM. D. C. Feb. 4. ftnnd ngalnat the confirmation of tho -ecuro tho appointment Jn tho event- W H 1 11 III A YCIIUC t-jUlLFlW
.......... . ... i. r.i. ..(.. ot the ultimate failure of the repub-,, - " - "
tar.iiour or iuiuo.irui.K.o -...... ...--..----. ""....-, ........ .. .-.-,..
Ilbuttorcd. the rcg- Word waa receivca nere lousy oi ucn io un-i auu-. i -..-
efUrnoou tern- tho candidacy or II. Bt. ueorgo iiunop uou oi ue .an i'i"". " -
Ti . .. . .. . . . ai.. .t.. .Ht ,hl. that waa
t to of Klamath Fall lor ine onice oi ciareu iuai mo um . .-- . -
Uulted 8tate marahal for Oregon. Pgalniit hi candiuacy wan n reponeu
Id, to bo favored by Cham-.ilt.puto wlthU the IUU ex me i ,
Dr. Lane, wuo wuiiucmocrauc uram-.uu.
Vf, i "iui," aaiu ar. uuoi, mew uw.
not appear to me to be n real demo-
irganltatlon In the county."
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Rejecttid
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In
nro a number
Chamberlain haa bee'n
ssn
tomorrow.
.....- rrnm tht city to Wordcit, tho
. ' ... . . .......! win iitnttn a connection with tho i
mepropoteil road win anonen mu " - --- ... .,....
dUUnce from thl. city to Worden by road, to hm .outli. aj at iiecl.
road from 81 to U mile. Tho roulo on mo uo -F" ":""", nf;
fill bo nlnnr .H railroad rlaht Of WHICH K I pru.- . ,
way, nml Mr. Ady stated title after
arminrr imrc
this City.
Stbf y of Cruelty is
Tolcl in Divorce Suit
City Ma?
Bridge Over El
Right of Way Granted the Klamath Canal Company
Makes Provision for Building of Bridges Wherever
the Officials; of the City Deem them Necessary
Remonstrance of the ProptHy?0i
ers upheld Dy Memoers
Council. Mason
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abU there, wm alee je. y r.
ket.
An hi
tyre brothera for permlaelea to re-
model the old foundry building on
aMommmasmmmwmmmmmt
H.
e where Mat
to do with K." law
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Among Other Charges, Woman Says
She was Compelled to Flee for
Her Life in. a Nightgown
That tho city haa a right to aakiand on bohnlf or tho town of Klam
,,. tarnation .crvlco to con.truet I th Falla, Ore., to aald Klamath Ca
tho .bridge ncro. Kluvouth atreeh,
which la naked y ronldcnta of thla
A talo ot extreme cruelty le related
uy Mm, I.ouUu Davldionrin n com
I'lalitt alio filed today In iy ault to o-
euro a divorce from Kdward Oavlil
on, whom alio accuses of nou.upport,
drunlionneea and cruel and Inhuman
treatment, The ault waa died through
Attorney w. lIHhnw,
Kvor alnce their marriage Bt Jack
oitvlllo In 1001, Mr. DavlU.on al
ejCB, hor huaband haahowu n Ilk
ins for drink, but, alnce 1004 and
19US alio allege that k haa beeeau a
onbltual drunkard? -aad haaeuraea
and abused her, kicked Iver tmt haa
knockod her down many time whllo
Intoxicated.
la March, 1000, whllo they were
llvlug near AahJand, alntea the com-
plalnuut, vttT,u ""?"'- -
Into ono night In a drunuon rngv,
threntoned her life, until ho waa
compelled to)jump,ou oi i"
In n nightgown, and run inrougn mo
wood until. shtf could hldo from mm.
f.. T..vi,iaon atatoa that In fear ot
her life, ahe waa forced to apond tho
flKht In the open, ctau, oniy iu vi
city nml Blilpplngton, wtu tho opinion
exprtiiieil by City Attorney Drake,
niter Councllmon Bavldgo and Doty
roportod but little oncouragomeat
from Project Knglucor Patch.
According to Jiuliso urano, ne
right of way of tho Klnmnlh Canal
company, which waa taaen over wy
ii. rficlnuiatlon norvlco, make it tho
duty of tho holder of tho right of way
to build bridge wherever ueeiu
cd neceaiiary. Tlo rlgl... or way waa
.;,m.i tn tim Klamath Canal com
pany tn 1004, and tho potni urougm
out by-Prnko la coniainou-.u mo
lowing extract:
T 'It U therefore reaolved and or
ilftlriod thntAiex, Martin Jr president
of' tho board of 'triiatee, bo and ho U
i.nrAi.v mithorlr.ed and airociou to
ual company ot a rlglit ot way for a
water-wnr leadluE front the eanal ot
said Klamath Canal company now In
course ot construction down Eleventh
street and ncross Main street;
Said rleht of way not to exceed
lfi font In width and not'to oxceed In
ivverago maximum depth 10 feet;
"Said rlaht ot way on said street la
to be located In accordance with the
direction ot the city euglaeernad the
bridging are exacted 'la the right of
uuv of the Klamath Canal company
for crowing Jeneraon, Frnaaun,
Washlnnton. Kleventh. Bush, Kaat
and Donald streets and Sargent avenue.
Tho brldeo matter comes aa a re
sult ot a petition, asking that a bridge
bo built across the Irrigation canal on
Klovonth street. It la contended that
this will make a direct road to Ship
plugton. entirely, avoiding the steep
grades and mud holea teama must
Start
AUReckly
t'V, I'V1.
ax Rolls Extended and n&rttt&
Office Prepared. jrK
of Taxes Nets a
Klamath Canal company kt to bridge travel over now.
said water-way acrosa mala street and The matter wae taken-up with Pro
nightgown. - . it J"u,"u. "" ; 7 ---- -i..i-j
Mra. Davidson further auogeniiu.fertnwiinmaae, ee..vr..-v
'and aetiYertne proper cnstirw
"ttWiu'u" on '
nt anr other point whew deeaaed reaa
ouably necessary by the beard ottrua-
tees; - .
"It said wnter-way or aay' "part
thereof shall be an open cut.the.aamo
shall be substantially fenced under
the direction ot the cItV'jinglaeer.
and. ahull be rep weed jvUhlatwo
viiim hv a nloeillna'' nud. tiled with
suitable material to tta areeeat eea-
allies.--- ' imr' -j j
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The name eoaatoae.rigaTBiag
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Sberla! Qeorge A, Hayaem-ter'thaMatajai
WJ7T!l . rXflaii''
a .. I'Ys.
ject Engineer 'Patch last week by two
members, of the council, hut Mr..
Patch waa dubious as to the action
the.! director ot the reclamation .serv
ice would' take with Ue matter. He
volunteer to write" a avPulemeatal
i letter to Washington, aesempaiylng a
petition irom me vcv,e""v,"a
the.buiWIng of the Vrldgec , V 5!
, The bridge la queetie wpnw ,ae
abeHt.a.O feet long., ,H WjM eeet In
T. -.JI ' "
Deputy
and Austin White are busy nrevarlag
tor the cmmaeement;'of tea eellee-r
Hob, whtea etarta' Fabruary lSihe
aaje eavwaicn iae un im,iw
iavahle it le estimated that the-tax
coUeetioR thle year wilt amount to
1400,000. Laet year ltrwaajlSf0,aa,
. A rtbaU of per eeat w given te
aWlio w their iaxeVlwt:.alarob
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vantage of, thla to . e4Met a.aavlaf hy
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