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WONDER IP THE NORTHWESTERN ACTUALLY HAS 100 GENUINE SUBSCRIBERS?
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Dissension Sam Again 'Tries to Deceive the Public
by Publishing Fake Statement Regarding Charter
LOW WAGES ARf 'BONDS APPROVED U.T.O. WORKER
IUIN0FW0RKM6! BYlHJjOOim; 10 givuecture
nlnl N In III I lln hm'u '"'m ordered ri;-'mum. Wallace unruii, head op
ItU.NOW HEXATE COMMITTEE
Nl'MMO.NH IIIO MERCHANTS
i eased from ixcaelthation
at Leavenworth penal in.
LATEST IN EUROPE
HTATi: ORGANIZATION. WILI,
ADHHEHH AUDIENCE AT METH.
POPULATION NEW IHHCOVKBY IH PURELY VBG
AIIMY AND ,
AM) CHILDREN STARVE
ETAIILE MATTER- IH HAIO TO
HAVE TASTE AND NOURISH
MKXT OP STEAKS
Urstraant Governor O'Hara Hays Out
fuHol I'resi Bervtre A pertinent discussion of Governor United Pros Service
' CHICAGO, March 1. The court of Writ ami the recent legislature Int Ur.HUX, March 1.
npronU today approved the bond of ronni-cllon with llnuur nutations willed here tell of much
2 NEW LASSIES
DA COMTEK ARRIVM AT TMB
HOME OP DIVISION HOABMAK-
TKR MR. AND MRS. WHIT'
COMB ALSO PROVD PARENT.
a lecturo at Qraco
Wsgra Paid for Hoars of Work Arn Tvlctrno., Clitiry, Peters ami Hmltli. ,H) ()) tQ of
irlr ItrsuoaUble for Girls Go- niey rr nrourvu reienscu irom uiu , , , ,
Largely immhm ioc urn ',,,, ,. . Methodist church tomorrow night by I
i HRU8BELS, March 1 According to
Letter recclr-'r' A' E- do Neuvllle, a Belgian chem-
suffering ini'" - ", -
Jermi'rn!. Anrc:li arc mndo for aid. cxi-rirnontlng. haa aucceedea In man-
lag A.twjr Hly Akrnall lo offlcB. JoM (hU 0nlnB for Mr. Ada Wallaco-Unruh. atate preal- CVCry man capable of carrying a rlflo
Nlarvalloii, DecUrra ThU J,..tm,imorlli ltli the rUae onlcra llt"1 "' l,' Oregon Women' ChrU- ,nj Ueen dfawn Into the army, which
' , II"" Temperanco Union. louvca the women and children to
C(ll I I All .. ,1. .u.M.ll.t t...l.. I.k.l, fn. II.am.AIhu All .hIJ -m .11
' aa A a M. ft U HID ViaiiKTII(.IKl LUUIkUll IUI I IWI IU1IUIVI1UI. All KUIU BUU II
Imvu arransed to attvnd the incctlnp, vor haa dlaapteared from circulation,
m'iIcIi U hold under the nuiplce of auppoiedly drawn In by the gorern
tho local branch of the W. C. T. I', ment for war needa. A amall piece of
Till U tho opening gun In the local tin money call "metallic," l In clr
optlon campaign to be waged bere'culatlon, but It ha no purchasing
;thl prlng. value.
CIIICAtlO. March 1. The head of
lh tig Chicago department alore,1
tad ctber men employing large ttuw-(
btri o( women, are to be examined by .
Ilia itato nnti committee Jnverilgat'
log tl while atave traffic In Ihl city.'
Bunmoni have been Utueu for a.
THAW WILL BE
Tl ouandaof women nnd children aro,,nK "rtlUlclal meat." ThU "meat" to
declared to bo tarlng. Practically mado out of Tub, er, aad la
declared to be ft periect aubautute lor
beef, mutton and pork, both la taate
a well aa In nurlabment. Effront
baa named It "Vlandln." after the
French "Tlande" for meat.
S. O. Johnaon of the Klamath De
velopment company, la here froaa Ban
Francisco, giving attention to boat
I The blrtha of two girl wltfcla tie
paat twenty-four hours ar reported
by Dr. George I. Wright.
The flrt arrived Friday afteraooa
at the home of Mr. and Mra. J. i.
Wbltcomb. The new member of the
family welgba eight pound.
Tbla morning a daughter arrive
at the home of Mr. aad Mr. . W.
Englebrlght, the former being road
maater for the Ktoauta dlvteloa.
Mhw Englebrlght weigh IH poaaci.
bomber uf prominent builnea men
(ho'HIxtYKH OK WHITE Hl'CCEEIM IX
Tav tar 111 Im nuillriUiifl
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mn paid to girt employee.. I
"The tutlmony that baa been giv
es o far ihowa conclusively that the
mum that I leading glrU to rula and
Itimorallty I tarvatloa wage," aald
L'eattnant Hoveraor O'llara -today.! skV YOUK. March 1-llarry K.
The builnrs men summoned must Thaw today obtained a writ of habria j
OIITAI.MXO WHIT OP HAIIKtM
CtlllfUH POIt THE KIPTII TIME
Big Rush of Women to Sign
City Registration Volumes
Uttlfr, no matter If they are worth
To girls who are working In one
lib big department atort were ok-
Mrs. Bogardus is First Woman to Register, and Miss
corpua In tho supremo court, whereby I
he will be examined again as to hla
mental concilium. . . . , r vav. la
Thi. u tho ntih tin.. Thaw haa ob-i ijaricion is scconQ livery wara wcu ncurc-
aalned by the committee this room-(mined since hi committment to the
tag. .Mnltowun Insnno asylum.
sented in Crowds Visiting Olf ice Today
"Philippine Freedom is
Metlrlnd Prl1tint AttaCkS tile MOVe-.Crloton appeared at the office of l'o-
ment in an Article Published in
New York Tribune Today
If tho rush to tho city ball today been a steady stream of voter going
icnn bo taken aa a criterion, there will
i bo nn need of "Don t Forget to Reg
ister" card for the recently enfran
chised women of tho itato. Evor
'since Mr. Cecelia Ilogardu and Den
tuty County School Superintendent
'lice Judgo Leavllt thl morning, and
...... .I.. M, ,n mmIIm tliAi. tins
WUIU IMI !! " IVRI mh,w ..
to sign tho book.
There haa been no hesitancy on the
part of any of the women toward an
swering queatlona aa to age aad na
tivity, according to Judge Lelvltt aad
hi assistant, Mlaa Rose Reed. All of
the vioracn appear to realise the ne
cessity of the questions, aad do not
attempt to uvade them.
The registration books will be open
at the city hall every day next week,
doting Saturday at 6 o'clock. All
who are not registered at that tiase
will not be entitled to vote at the spe
cial charter election on March 10th.
Any male voters who did not regis
ter at the city ball last spring must
register this week In order to ballot
on the charter question.
NEW YAflK, March 1. President government I slow.
Tll In an article In the Tribune to-1 "1 lucorlty and with malice,
la.. j..i ...... .. .. .'toward nono." ho concludes, "nnd
--avioswa aiiv gfWf&f&vsstavf wa
lllpplno Independence Is "unwise,
ugtrous, Ill-considered and Inad-
Hstble." a reviewed at lenath hi
NptrUnrta.on the Islands and analys-
m the population.
with only tho honor of tho united
State nnd tho wclfnro of tho Filipino
people nt heart, I appeal to my suc
cessor nnd to tho American people to
repudiate this Ill-advised proposal,
and corry on In tho future tho wlao
LOTS OF TRUST
He Insisted that the process of policy In tho Philippines, which was
lrtprtlon of the natives for self-'conceived by President McKlntey."
are Reported Killed
Execution of Gonzales Momentarily
Expected. PorfirioDiaz Believ
ed to Aspire to. Presidency
l PASO. Twr. liarMi i t l.
'Ported here that Auu.iib. r..h.B.
I'' Bn '"Pector of police at Oalhua-
hTCl t 0M,,r c," o t "lata
L,hv n MMl,td t tha state peal
M !? nef " wrlvlni say the
"Pectlo Qon",e" U J"nt'y
The Madero forces have captured
vuea. Fri.i v
ln . -i iuiim are urr-
'thr r,JI Bu,l,b.w t Aawlcsna
United Prosa Service
MEXICO 01TY, March 1 -The ur
rendor of Alberto Fuoutes, governor
of Agua Cnllontcs, It Is bolleved, re
moves tho last serious revolt vlth
tho oxcoptlon of that in Sonora.
Public sentiment la rapidly turning
toward Porflrlo Dlai. It Is predicted
that tho former dictator will again
The conservative, howovor, pre
dict the election of Felix Dlai. They
say his uncje will be his chief ad-visor.
INCOMING DEPARTMENT OP JUS
TICE WILL FIND HIG STACK OP
AXTI-TIIU8T SUITS PENDING IN
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 1.
When tho present staff of "trust bust
ing" official of tho department of
justlco umko way for the legal agents
of tho Incoming democratic adminis
tration, a bulk of unllnUhed business
will face tho new comers.
Thoro aro many antitrust suits
both civil and criminal, pending In
tho United States dlsttM courts for
decision, besides a docket of 157 cases
in tho United Btatos supreme court.
Of tho eighty-odd anti-trust actions
brought under tho Tuft administra
tion, twenty-live civil actions ara now
rending for decision in the courts.
Eleven criminal indictments yet are
to be concluded, Of the cases closed
tho government had a ratio of suc
cess amounting to about four-flfths.
The aggregate amount of Ones lm
posod nnd collocted by the depart
ment of Justice amounts to almost
340,000. Hut two cases have result
ed i'n Jail sentences. The great ag
ar cga to of Ones Imposed and collect
ed in one action was In the wire pool
case, when the defendants paid la
fine 1188,700, .
Just how many saw Atl-trust aet-
liona contemDlated br this administra
tion and loft to the new administra
tion to carry out Is, of course, secret.
It la said, however, that a number of
Investigations are going on, both civil
and criminal. Information obtained
by the government's experts prepara
tory to tho Instigation of actions will
be turned over to Incoming ofaclats,
along with the case pending In the
The government's docket at the
United States supreme court la la
good shape compared to what It was
at tho change of other administra
tion. Of the 167 cases on the docket
but one was originally lied In the
supreme court The remaining 166
are divided aa follews: Criminal 48,
Injunction 1, bond 3, enstoau 1, land
SI, tai 9, coastltutlonal I, court of
claims IS. habeas corpus It, trast 4,
immigration 18, Insular 6, miscella
The supremo court under the pres
ent administration has disposed or
John Q. Griffith of Dopants Is here
for a few days.
Den C. McDougall and Arthur Ar
lett of Oakland are here on a busi
ness trip. They are respectively tho
architect and constructor of the
White Pelican aad the new court
F. A. Goodnll of Keno is here giv
ing attention to business matters.
COMPROMISE EFFECTED FAC
TORIES WILL RUN OVERTIME
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCUMULATED
United Press Service -'
NEW YORKH, March 1. The 75,-
000 clothing workers who went out
on strike In December, resumed work
The union compromised with the
employers on the wsge question. They
won a victory in their demands for
better sanitation and the abolition of
On account of the accumulated or
ders tho factories will run night aad
day from now until Easter.
head, had the printer corrected the
Howard Boggs has returned from
Lincoln, Neb., where he haa Just com
pleted a course la agriculture at the
atate ualverslty. Boggs will go to
his father'a ranch In Langell Valley
NSW YORK'S LATRbTT SBXSATtON
WILL MB rKATTJRB Of
VAUDEVILLE BILL AT
sssnaansBsaman " '
caw ta Tata r tared Bassuksfc Vp
Dew BijUSj Is New sb
The "dance of a thousand mirrors,"
New York' newest dancing novelty,
will be a feature of the appearance
here of William aad Watson, who
open a three night's engagement to
morrow at the Star. In this dance
Miss Watson wears a costume weigh
ing alxty-nve pounds.
FoBowlag tho taettas watts ho
lBtr4aM -- "- . STall.' mi
senate'' faaa this niraf
fatUe effort to dletrast tho
tontlM from taw real antaa f.tt
eWetwn to ho held lm skssj attr
ie, to deeido tho iwiaoji. at
lac a now
'When the 11 sal
moralac tker Irt far
well known reputation; of that ;
for uareUaMtKy, aad feared that a
fatal error had boon made Thai
was then earned to other.
but soon the fallacy of tho story bo
As a matter of fast thoro Is aa er
ror not only In the published ehartor,
but la the orlgiaal document on tie
In the office of the etty recorded. At-
(Ceatianod ea Pan 4)
Lewis Wylde Named
Life Insurance Man Selected by Di
rectors for Important Office tak
the Chamber of Commerce -.
At last night's meeting of tho di
rectors of the Klamath Chamber of
Commerce, Lewi Wylde waa chosen
aa secretary of the organisation. He
assumed his new, duties today.
Wylde has been hero for some time
In the Interests of n life Insurance
firm, aad his travels through Klamath
have made him pretty well acquainted
with the toeal condition. Until ro-x
cently he resided at Lakeview, and
this also helps his knowledge ot tho
A systematic system of boostlag is
being outllaed by tho Chamber, of
Commerce, aad before tho and of 'the
year the organlaatloa espoete tondo a
groat deal toward puttlaa the town In
the minds ot residents of every i
Mason's Final Claim :
Approved by Service
The Government at Last Settles With
Contractor for Work of Excavat
ing the Lost River Cheuuitl
J, Frank Adams, a well known
Merrilllte, Is here for n short visit.
Fred Meioy was a county seat via
Itor Friday. He has a ranch beyond
Lee Denton Is n county seat visitor
from his home in Fort Klamath. Mr.
Denton conduct a general merchan
dise store in tho Wood River Valley
Burrell Short was anions; Friday's
visitors la the county seat.
The local office ot tho redaaaUea . versioa
irevice haa received advisee from
Waahlagton that the claim ot William
H. Mason for laal work on tho Loot
River diversion channel has aeon ap
proved by the reclamation serviee.
Mason, who la a toeal eoatraotor.
waa 'awarded tho contrast 'tor .Mm
greater part of the work entailed as,
tho eieavatlon of tho Loot
water of Leot.Bmr
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