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t) f ft rl. ' t'lilvrrilly Ubi'try '.Wiio, Oh-j'oji Cmrjt c. I J tSBE& 4 & ralib - Ti t. .WEATHER FORECAST TONHIIIT AMI HI'MCW, i-.m .'a. 'T' OFFICIAL PAPEROfit:, KLAMATH COUNTY AND 14-lttlS OF KLAMATH FALLS . . t Member of the Associated Press j. jp A ? I'lfliriilli Vuii. No, (llfll. Ht.AMATJI VA1A.H, OKKf'ON.s.l'JC ItOAV, Mflll'lc Wl, (HIT-'. FHIOB ITVa"" , Ml . r . EF CHIP 1 amr 4j- JJ IN DECREE 1 i rfl 1 Eg n ill Up JLj J JL 3k t . PS te ic Y. if Dougan Building Is Declared Lawful Court House by Judge Skipworth Another and, peih.ip', final chapter was written in the court liouec cum, designated as Frank Ward vs. Klamath county, H. If. Bunnell, Bun'ell Short, Ash For- dyce, et al, today when a decree handed down by .Indgc (J. F. Skipworth of Fugcne. in which the Dougan court house on Block ijfi is declared the legal court house of Klamath county, was f.Ied in Based on findings which consist of a resume of the ontim nrni-OOfliiit'H lli ilorrno rlpchirnu flic Dfiucrjiii . .: .. . """I'. v . buiKimg tiie ouiciai court hom:c, resirains and enjoins the defendant.' and their Miccessors from expending any Author sums for completion of tho Hot Springs building and from making any further IovIob for that purno.se. It orders that the sum of Slfi.OOO levied for completion of, ix jail in the Hot Springs building be expended for the same purpose in the Dougan building, and renders judg ment for costs in favor of the plaintiff. Dccrc; in K. D. Suit .1 m t A decree was also handed down dismissing the case f iiuhv "lin twsw I. .nil. 1. 1 uwnii lliniitiocill UIU WilDU brought againtt the Klainhth Develoinnent company by Klamath county, in which the county sought to compel deliver 'of title to Block from escrow by the K. I), company after the county had ; north n.i tnuth traffm routM m failed to comp'lv with its agreement to complete a court, ' tranontimntai ri m house on Block'lO. I w'l "tM "ll?" '"" """ m hu iiudinRa Ju.igo HUpnorih! NEW PROGRAM FOR !TO SEEK NEW TRIAL rltril, In art. aa fnllowk' i ,..., nnAnncrn ( - That on Juno 30. 101 1. th0 K J), roniliany rxeriilnl a ilwl to ' Kluhiatli rounly wllh"hn"Vrollnfi tbatv n court limim lm TcetM on Itlock 10 within flm yearn. 1ihI In lrnnr Kiili-r ft ili-Pil convoylnK tho prop erly was plated In rrow, tonPthr villi liutructlon for Hn itellrory ' whni thn court hourfo wai complrt od and tccama tho aoal of nnvcrn incut for Klamath County. Tho K. 0. comti.it) tutor intend ru ma i.uio ii i' .. 1918. Klamath county abandon! d eon Blructlon of tha llluck 10 lnillilltiR aftor It wna 40 por cent completed nt a cott nf l60.ono, nnd entered lulu a contract with J. M. Doiiriui company for eiertluii of u rourt lioiira on Illock 3li. After cnmplollnn uf thn court tihuiu on Illock ST. tho county re fused in piy tho 32.r."l.'J5 hnl. mini iimIiu: Doticall. Sujt lo cotnptd payment wan lout by Douriiii In Ihu 'circuit court hem, but tho duclalou Inter waa rowiwd by fthu aupremo court. Umil'iiii llullilliiK' Couiplelo At tbla tlmo tho Doiikiiii bnllJIiiK wan rnmplulu imept for Iho Jail. That tho durendiinla, Ilunnell, Short nnd I'ordjco wronr.fully nnd unlawfully refuxed to occupy Iho I i . Doiican hulldlnit for court homo jnirimsoa or to poimll thn eouuty offiron lo occupy ranin. j Tho DoiiRnii hulldlni; wnt lined. for n circuit court on Dccomhcr 10, 1 Ju20, nnd hna heun lined continually for that pttrpouo hIiico that 1 lino That about Dccombor 10, 1'.'20. tho defoudautii pulillnhoil iinlliuiilea of tl.it nmoiinlH to ho rnlniMl by tax ation, Incluillm; Uuiiik of fll.ooo and K'0,000 for complellou of lliu lint HprliiKa bulldlnc. That thu DoiiKau luilldtnR cost $137,000 mid It would coil, upprox Imatoly lfiO,000 to comploto tho l!ot SprlnitH luillilliiK. That tho itufondanl. Klamath county, b Iho ownor nt thn DouKan hulldlnK. which In roady for oosu- fpancy, and roruc'oii to 'occupy nunto I ..!... ...nl... ... ..Ill ,..'. nun i.ru niniiiiiiiif, uiu.iuj- im i-uiumj r ' : I offlcoH elsowhoro l'lii lluniii Omit That tho flio hiunrd U Kioat In tho woodon hulldliiK whoro rernrda ..n alni-Ail nlnl lltn. nit rnrnrilil should bo romovod to tho ,)ottBan! rr l.C.t pilrr. for tonlBht, an thai ... .. I thoso who woro unublo to nttond ' That" Klamath county ha 110 ' Jho othor nlghls vlll bo aaanred of rlRlil. Utlo or Intorunt In Illock 10.hav, n onual or bl,ltor clm,,CQ That on nocombov 13, 1021, ',m "' ... -;"-l Tho onteirlnlninei t Ih open to Iho w' (CpnUiiiicit ui I'ngo u) . rjoniiritl mbMo, the circuit court hero. - . - . - - .,...... ..,...... i 10. The title was dithdrawn OLiiic riwrujtu BY FARM BLOC HEAD! y "- rt-"t -- . - a. .. r...r or iirpiioiirnn iwiy umrci . Hy Nrui.tr r.ippi-r to IH-prnl mi .uiopiion WA8II1NOTON. . (!.. Nav. 18.- tlv0 1kIj1.i .... A lnocram of "ronatruetlv tlon" coupled with n dfclaratl.is Hcaliut the ndmlnlntratlon ahlp auU mill v hill wi mini iinri-.l lo.lav liy Konator Cipper, republican. Kanwa .t.,,...,.... of ,i. ,,. farm bloc. "- - ---.-.. ,..- PniiiMr .loelnrivl hat If thn r. nubllcmi nartv wm lo conllnuo in power it mul fumlali n conntructlv pronram, Includlns a complvto rural rra.lll vi.lii... in nrnvl.tn furmnrit nnd itorkmitn with no ailfwiitnlo fln.mcla ayateiii, murl ratluro frelnht taliwt limit repeal thn Ijw' I'.l.'Ini; tho In temlnlo eonuncrro rommUKlou con Irol oxrn Mtnto i.iIom, inuit inrry out tho pollry for n better liiiirki'llni HJHtl'll). lllllkt pu mUMtlo SUojI.h do vnhHOiii'iit In llunry I'ord'a bamlH nun iiiukii iiudUtriliiiled kurplui and Kluck ilhliliMil pay their uhnro toward mnlntnnuneo of tiro covern moiit, nnd iniut para o runiUtutlonnl nmeudnipot prtliliiltln,. tax oempl liacurlllei. LAST WESTERN NIGHT Klf.s' Iliilrilnliiimnl. ToiiIkIiI f1.)) llcM of All Will Toulnht will murk llio laat ot tho y.Wi Wentorn Nlishta ontettiilumont and proparntlonH nro Imln;; inudo for ii rrowil far excoedlnit tlioao of Tliiimluy anil l'riday. Tito oxlr.k hartDr.der has heun found, tho "RiimbllnK" w.oeM huvo bom olliid nnd pollshud to Innriiao tlielr Hpcnd, mid owry piopanitlou iiiiulo for n IiIk tlmo. Hull Coin" In Hales "Hull coin" In halm Ih dtucle, In rcmlltirsa to nxchaiiKo Air coin of tho i calm, Tho phony msouhacka nro Iho only ouch accepted nt tho tiUik'9, but thoy bring thu rcuulrcd r.l'llou. Ami i.t' each tplii ot u ' y ' V U.C0I flonio loltor will walk oft will, n limit nil iirnnr fnr n rlr.l uf I "M " "' - (ood ,n iiuw hat, an auto robo'or nny ono ot hunJroda ut vnluablo ptlxtvi, Tor tho l.lka luvo roseivod their VAaa MAAM fi FBI SRTQE MIL HEffiERS (. Plan for Consolidation Ir. Laid Bcfotc Commission by Burlington Head Washington. i. c. Nov. is.- .'onM.iiuiion t raiironds in iiic Wmt nlinnld rct-iill In Hie crcntloB in lour nrimi nysiom", nacn mihim terminal on iiio i-ariiic aBli cuii'man irti an iiaa iitair .ir .: co.isti ami m C'lileaRii or .. lula lied vlth grria lialr rll.lmn. and ....... ....... . ... ..... rrmuueni iibio iiuhifii ih urn imi .. ... ..... Ilnnlon raiiruau awtncii iwmy ni I he Ititpirtato commerce rornmlsiloi hn.irlnK on auirRMtetl mcTKtrn. Hit (ippwMil Ihp tentallro pinna a tm (.omiiihwlon for a coniolldalloii of nnrlliwttil road Into two Ixmr In audi milliner n to Miarati III rnllroud oml tha Northern liv rlfi froai tho (Jtost Northarn, bb- KiMtiiiK that the emnmltftlon conilil- j it.. M.lalanl.lltfu rt AtftM llfMt , rnmi,t)tioBa of rniiroada atretchinc , mmlilnatloB tiimm;iiniit ' ltotae'i the Weat. wild. Iiotevrr. thnl tin r.irraiiijmant aimuM maintau jIr4, ,4,r itll1lpM Will Altrtnpt i H'cnpc Murli'r Ifmlty 1.03 ANOKM:8. Nor. lS.-lIm ' !-. tll.llll itikiii ImIo.1 rf aukAbtlil um ....... ., .-....-. . -vw ... ! murder for baatlnc Mm. Al- .... ...-w.. ,w-v I drath with n Immmar. will aek a I ....... i -l -I .! If Iknt U itnloil. will n"w trial .and If that U denied, will ! appeal fiom tho- verdict, It waa an - i ........t i... it..i..m A llnrrt.trlnn. ' noutiri'd by llertram A llnrrliiRton. J her attorney. ' "Thorn U .1 fatal error In Hint i record mid finally Clara I'hllUpa will lm fraod." HurrlnKton ralU. 'I , .-- ' will not flllt tho fUht Until SHO li. ! I Thy motion for a now trial will ho "'ll" w,lcrt Mr- 1M,nUt'3 u 9a' tcucod .Monday. ' (lllHillllln V.Tilll t. I Tho verdict, Ilic:i wat li com j prtimlio ono from n Jury of nine men nmi tnroo womun. latrim penally of from tan ytart to llfo Iinprltonuiont. "I expected to hi aciulttod," Xtra. l'lillllpa anld. In iflmnuntliiK mi Iho I vrrdlrU "Tticj- didn't i;lvo ma a I fair doal. I am t:olr. to ntk my at torney to nppual. nnd bolle.o with nnother trial I en ho nequUtcil. 3 .in.. 'i (M.ii t uilt ... i iii ilia mini- ......... ,.'.. x, . i" .. ....... lu.illn. V ...iv .. .. ... ...-.v. Iho H.I IHO )0 Im 1 luo lr. It wouldn't innlie iiiiuli illffurwioo toi mo. All my nope aro rriuuoii, .iny A.iy." NO JOBS FOR K. K.K. New (ioinnoe N Kvpt'.-luJ lo I'lnj llafo I'ulKlts H.I,i:.M, Oio.. Nov. 18. Uuc.iuiio Clovornor-eleet Walter M. I'lcrco will probabjy find It iiociiw.ary to xloar Iho' whip of hlnto uv.ny from. Ku Klu Klun Influi'iiru wlien ho a-- Hiininn thn .ltitiM nf iho i.xtniiiio offlco, It M not bollovod horo that ho wilt appoint I'. 1.. Clifford ot Portland to tlio offlco of ctnto In nurancu eommlFKlouor or any othor Htuto offoo, Thlii bollof. it h auld, uloo prevails In rorllaud. If tho now jtowvrnor playa snfo pnlltlca It la doubtful la lio will aho tlio lOCOKiiltlon ot appointment to nny imraoua who nro particularly nnd publicly nctlvo with tlio Wan. Tho roriot lielilnd Iho specula, tlon is Hint hucIi locojinltlou nc rordo.l Iho Ku Kins Klan would brltiB uprjii 'Iho now Rovornor tho rum lly, not only ot tho general mass of opponent of Iho kl.ui, .but oho nt (ho 1'edcrntod l'atrlollo go tU'lli'ft, whlcli Iti bitter In Its oppn Hllloi) lo llic Ipoded c,nrY ... ,,. , ,,....,. ,.i,i. 'or. Itutlj Nouton; Suleoii Hum, I could fuoo llfo In that place with, .. ' .., i "Vi " i-v t-iiv r jWu j-njjrarj-j-LtLrtruiAr.i-Lij r jj 75 FRESHMEN ARE USHERED INTO H. S. WITH INITIATION "1Z IlTiZ. T7v,',, iET llontt:. Arntli lleltl III:: Hlicr--. k. cnty tiro "gri'i-n" frr-toman umv officially iiBimrod ni Ki.m.iath county, slate of Oregon, m'i. rowiiy iiih Kh..oi ii ninbi strained and enjoined from levying or collecting the pro 1 yVTl ."'J.-" ! ",'ponel tax levy which was proposed to have been levied , !,, oi i iU Siiiu Z '- nT' ' or the year 1920, the mm of $50,000 for the court house of tiio ijem isittition rmdni. vcr construction on uiock iu, not aj)nnga aciuiuon 10 iviuni ifM here. , j alh Falls, Oregon, or any part thereof, and the said de- aii tho rrOTimina imya w, kao p.-i8ts. hid, aad cnrriw fa vthlrli vartatl In U from n i ; --' ..-.- pick 10 uriuin (Iltlbr. TH :r o li- I . ...... wuio un. i , i intla grtan K'ii an I1u!r rhrr-kl aaa forehoail was. tho Tlret rft f; Ui laltlaUun, ullftr wtilob lkr wore jtikrn la tko ihrIM Iwll and :iMorrd . " wairB mr prnuraBi. vMllom VtenlAv Tho nnterlaiHniMl w funlr'.ifd by tatmttcra of thfl Ctnlor ctaia, un der tho anporvUlon of taclr iilrl on Ulm WnadA Hrwn. aiid Mi- CUmticttl Kny. AlVrrt Moorlaatl reprotentH !i!m tolf aa a aalotmnti for Ttdlaea'a v.r.t: phonograph, wltlch lie prn-iunrcd to wr.adrrfiil that whwi a p..c i playod a prnn wi.uM ct-i.ii!j- lm atlne tWy my Hi rncord an d m;1. After thin aanouncwuant tho pri Krmiv follow ud, tlie oliarart -r pi- iTlnit tlic te throucli lli doi.r of the tmn phHionrai!i. l) Im Ullta and l.'orlnll Cintrail I unfa h liurlflwiHa pnrforwaap of Ho isoo and Jullnt nuich to Up deHght or tko audteiicn. ' " Tho next was an I'nrlo Juati on (f R Umw wJ)o J(ib( , ,m,llN, ,0 a Ss ..j. 'nulled and acted by I.oalla IVyton f0 Wc lha( h rc;olroU lK1 d . . ap.,IaBSC, 1 lnstl ! umrntiil (Jii.irtttt An Instrumental (juartetlo conitioo- "1 of Mis Won da llronn. Ituuoll Crandall. WViltur Short, n'ld Irtlnp McCall. nil of whom ftrt In ludl rrnun rnatume. nlavo.1 a real "Jan I p . .. . a a . . w neeo for tlio IIBXt ?!ectlon. the rtudeati faotettlnB In tl.elr onrore that tho icord had boon played. I. sua .Miller wan tho noxt per former wlth'n scarf dance, plenslnn the students with Imr utuuual abll- Hy. Thu lait v.ax a panlomlno of llob- ert Hrlc-o'n poem, "Tlio Shooting of Oiiii McCrow." The chnracteri laaiied fot th from the phuoocniph with placards lnrlnic their book imm&i on tlielr Imrl.s. t Iho rnrd t.ihlo and Ihu bar whnii to.ild aluo bo dlHllliRHlhiHl by 1 1 mm. Tho eliarautorx woro : 1-atly l.ott, Mal Ouanoholui Dan MtCrow, Until l.oy, Ktraitcor, Knthryn I'lrlth; It.ir.tlme '-hi. Hlliahetli MiiBiilns; Mar Tend- .-.;...' '.iiiniu .tiii'iiiiiimm , i no I'uum h.ii lead by Jaunts .MniinltiK. Tho har i.ctora, uetttns. aad anlns wero all builtuquid, mid l.apt tlio. Iioyu mid Klrln In eouutmit IuukIii. r to t!n lijilih. Iiilll.ittoui I'iiIIjui-iI Initiation ot tho froKhniiu follow I Imiuodltitoly r.ftor tho tuilorlaln ment. Tho fiofluiMii wuro blind foldol, hroiigl.t buforo ilia JuiIko, and nnardud elthor thn first, hoc oml, or tlilul degrees a'-cordlni; to tholr provlout behavior. Many tjluiili followvtl at tho ox ponso or too irosiuiian nova ami KtrU. Tho ftoahman boa woro pad dl eil by tho upporclaiumcii nrcoid ItiK to tho alio of tho p.i.ldlu biotiKht by tho "ronka," unit thoio who broiiKht tho bl:i;oat paddlei woro tho hnpplud. Tho lntttiltoa elided with tho ruining ot tho gauntlet by ihu third deisruo boya, eomroHOd ot the fdotball squat armed with pnddloa. Ileriotliiiients Scivoil Tho ovcnlns ondod with tho sorv lint ot u'ficaiimonts which conalstuil of leu rreain, cnl.o, nnd punch. From tho amount toiuumod tills appeared to bo tho most popular part ot Uitf proKvam. Thu hall avu3 bcnutltu'ly decora tod with tho hieh schopl'fl colors, i oil unit white, and tho banquet room with tho freflhroan'fi colors, blue nnd Hold, Following is the decree the findings ,in which the ' 1S decreed the lawful and i am ceunty: li l con?idorcd, ordered, I"'" v wn miy imiiiuwi v.umgr .uu wit. uiiimiuiiio.iv. ii, Bunnell, Burrell Short and ' eewors in office) constituting -.. , ., i .n rr lciulanLs mm cacii oi tnem, a.i.itwi,e an(i they are hercbv further restrained and enjoined ;rti from levying and collecting the pid item of ; 514,000 . .: " . . I miecejianeous lunu or any ! same shall 1)8 applied 111 the .!.. i 1. 1...SI.1! m inn COIUT HUIISCI IJUlKllIllT I . i - . . . ... ... addition; that the defendants Klamath county, R. H. Bunnell, Burrell Short and Asa Fordycc, constituting the county court for said Klamath County, Oregon, and their fuccessors in office, be and they are hereby restrained and enjoined from expending any money or entering into any contract, or incurring any obligation of aiiy kind or character for or on behalf of Klamath county, Oregon, m the building or completion of any court house on said Block 10, Hot Springs addition. And it is hereby further decreed that the said county court of said county be and they are hereby restrained and enjoined from entering upon the records of Klamath county any levy for the said purposes aforesaid or re- , . J t i i n c 'i . i... Mj u porting such levy to the assessor of said county and the defendant shenff or his successor in office is hereby re- strained from collecting or attempting to collect any taxes for such purpose, and that the defendant county assessor, or his successor in office, be enjoined and re- .trained from extending any such taxes upon tiie tax roll of said county, and that the defendant county clerk, or his successor in office be and ho is hereby enjoined and - restrained from making any entiy on the records of said Klamath countv of any tax levy for the purpose afore- i It is hereby further considered, ordered, adjudged I di . ,l . ,. .i . , , . .. decreed that the court house constructed by J. M. Dougan company on said Block 35 of the Town of Link-' ville, now Klamath Falls. Orerron. be and ih Mm. ! hereby decreed to be the lawful and legal court house of said Klamath County, Oregon, and that the same be and is hereby decreed to be a tufficient and adequate build ing for all county purposes and that the defendant, Klamath county and the county court and their suc cessors in office of said county court be and they are hereby restrained and enjoined from completing or con structing a court house on said Block 10, Hot Springs Addition. It is hereby further considered, ordered, adjudged and decreed that the sum of $15,000.00 which has here tofore been levied as taxes upon the taxable property of Klamath county, Oregon, for the purposes of completing a jail in the building on Block 10, Hot Springs addition, be and the same is hereby ordered and decreed by this court to bo used and expended in the equipment and in stallation of proper jail facilities in the sa'.d Dougan court house, constructed on said Block 35 in tho City of Klamath Falls; that the plaintiff have and recover judg ment, and judgment is hereby rendered in favor of the plaintiff and against tho defendant, Klamath county, for plaintiff's costs and disbursements herein. Dated this ICth day of November, A. D. 1922. G. P. .SKIPWORTH, Judge. o (tl.V.sTANTI.SOlM.i: (Wf.SIv; t.(;riok ,reiie.I of .iino)lnjj Voiiiir (iiitia' asxuw, wivis (,,rl8 , ,A.ino niy ! CONr.TANTINOl'I.K, Nv IK, John Murphy, n Orcek held In 0 tiio nuuiina urn ami la dies of tho harem nro oor- wholmed with jtrlof nnd dismay oer Iho aullaa'a fllKht. ltafot I'.Hlia. nationalist jtovornor of C ? Constantinople, said tho Tur klnli uattonalliitii eonnldor thai tho aultaln by his fllKht s-r-. rcndeied tho Oallplia.to, ua ne coi'illiiK lo tho Moslem lnw when n sultan leaves Turkish sell nnd (t ontriv Christian territory he plucoi hlmsolf uudor Christian protoctlou and thereby loses O Ihs Cnllphato. ooo. Dlt. SMITH ItKSlOXS SAiaiM, Nov. 18, Ur. Andrew" 0. Smith of Portland, a member ot tho stato board ot health for ?G years, today resigned aa n protest tiKolnsit Olcotl's defeat, of Judge Skipworth, based on Dougan court house on Block legal court house of Klam-j adjudged and decreed that Asa Fordycc (and their suc- the county court for Klam- be and they arc hereby re I n 1 !!, . Trl anu tneir successors in OUice . .. ...' . a part ineicyi, t-u xu n. construction Or completion M T1I..1. 1fl 13, DniMiwyn Oil HillU illUClv XU. JT1UI. Olllinuo . . - . I MURPHY IS FINED $50 Jail on tho tiinrpu ot annoyluR younR flrls, appeared in Justlco court yti terday uttornoou and was fined SCO nnd costs with n four months sus pended sentence. Murphy paid tho flno nnd cost ami wna allowed to Ko freo with tho undorstandlni; that ho will loavo town within clays. M.utKirr iiKPOitT a few POUTI.ANI), Nov. 18 Cattlo and hoga steady. Sheep steady at G5c advauco latu yeatorday. East moun tain laums, Sll.00 to S11.50. Kggt. and butter scarce Wheat Sl,16 to $1.8. FOOTBALL Final Princeton 3, Ya,lo 0, f T M Georges Clemenceau Gt Hb SUrt in U. S. Pn-p feMor in GirU' SchoI NKW YORK, Nov. 18. Jeore cimcnccau, th0 French tttut:;' ZnX ,.M0 wlint a rcpub,c ,), i00ka ukc." li hack In town again. II. .I......I I. .. V. Vl !.. " vvv" - .w.-...m. JSSvTaLw?.'1 b5"fc2 , wlll Tmtl,a ,,cro a mtl0 ;, ritj for ho has a number of old ratropei: an acquaintance to renew om of ,thom 7'!h por,on' b,ut .f0'?' iTtlTmZZLK ' h0 ienrnod to know and te: rotero t whiio yet a boy. Hem on own Hook Tho maker and breaker of mln utorio. a cicmenccau hat como to, bo known becauso of tho tromendoM pwcr he onco held in tno political ""al ! ; J here m own hook and unofficially to preaeat tno CMo f nMtt t0 th0 XutnMm pcopiC( tttld taU no wm d0-ia tu ( lanRuaccT ot the mama, for Mt only doc he apeak Kngiuh, tu fPcak " A'rlen,?aiw,tl?s, yJFJ' w,th AmcrIi.n tUn6 ,or a-tW tii'6 uec'a'd - -".;. it wa back in i6 that youn Dr. ciomenccau. ju.t turned as. tint iioppcu ninoro in no iurs. nn UIVUDII nM.M.UWU BTWMW .VMVM.. . ' ". poverty, but the case of .hiny new aurRlcal Instrumoats, bit only o:hcr posxcM,on, I0,d h, future or so ho thought at tho time. Kcrrni I'rUon Term Hack ot him, he belloved, lay nil political career, which was not much to boast of. Ho has served a short term In prison for actftltlei In be half ot the republic, and had been Invited to leave Franco for falling to resist further temptations along tM. samo lino upon gaining bis freedom.' Attcr all, ho concluded, the medical profenslon, which had supported six goauratlons of Clemen ceaus botore him, wra superior to politic. Promised a small monthly remit tanco from his father, tho futuro war premier ot Franco established himself In what is now thu Oreen wlch VIIIsro soetlcm of Now York and began to practice medlclno. His field was tha largo Froncn popula tion then living around Washington Squaro, and while ho succeeded In differently well In obtaining pa tlents, his collections toll hopelessly bdlow his needs. This prompted him to commuol cat0 with tho Paris Temps, for which ho subsequently wrote a ser ies ot brilliant letters describing conditions In America. This cor respondence bolstered up his income to a cortnln oxtcnt, but tho remit tances from homo had slopped Id the meantime, henco ho, still was In tho meshes of poverty. ' v Worker In Library Forced to strike out on a dif ferent tack, ho obtalne'd a position In a library, where ho roraalned for two years, tho happiest ones ot hit )lfo, ho said not long ago. Libraries woro not used much In those days, and tho young Frenchman had am plo tlmo to hoc I n do himself among tho books, reading tho best phlloso- phcra and historians while bo par fected his Kngllsh. ,v. , "Thoru my mind acquired, what K lacked, and my Intolloct eoMBlatiid), Its formation," ho wroto years after--, , ward. ' In tho ovonlng tho young stujwrt would Invariably bo found at VfaffV a famous old Gorman rostauraat "l IN 1 U N LECTURE TOUff l.o wor prondway, where In the MtW , "" "J sixties met the llttlo group of ) -' brltlos presided Wr by Hewy piM, " ' ; Tho day of Frltx Jaa; "'rami,' .""tv c Wult Whitman, Qeowr,AjmtH mtf- ', ' Charea Dawson Bhaaley Tlara , W? (CpMnea on Pft Jr, ' -, J i rf JfW J, -rfs BJW "'UWU.UI.'I"" j,P"T""i.-r.. fll"