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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, MAY iiO, 1112
Price, Mr (Mi
'Marines Will Pro
tect Property of
PROGRAM READY AffleriaM
I'lilled Pri-ns Service
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ini na iiiiirlin-M. pi. -pared to fii-l
dm murines Id Orlenle province in
ir led A iii-rl mi properly
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n:.h in:i.i.(i.Mi(is n
STAY WITH WILSON
Houston, mh) 2u -rim tmi.-.
rth l dm IViiiHrrjr Kiir jtliiiiiitrnll cnn tilliin liittructed (hi
Will He llflI l Hi 0Mrn HiiiMi-. i'"r')r tlflcKiili.il in llnllliiuirc In ci
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The sniornl committee IinvIiiii In ! A ciimplnlnl In u mill fur dlvmce
thi II"' preparation for I lie mi" m-I li1V by Ermn II. Kmikln
KtAnco oMinciirnlloii Day have coin. i J Rankin Hi ft llsrnii
pitted tin t arrangement, a fnr m"f alliirimy for dm plnlntlrr
pfstllrntit.' l this lime. Mtitl mibtntl , "H"ti for dm ri-cnvery if Won
He followiiiK report- ,T wa" nl"' ''"'"y I" Tommiiniio Am
. ... n n I.rnr...ll V. lien C f'lnrk C M
Tilt V H Tl IMillse IJ'H( win mi s,
fciJl c.M rl.' Floral Brigade. I0"-11 '" "" " "'"
Amt of Veterans niitl Vetnnitm nf nil
win. W.imnn' Relief Corp aim! (
A. II.. In dm order limned, will form
It tbo rnnrt limit, fnclng wM nil
Miln ttrcel nt ! 30 it. in . alinm Nl
gitltlan lll nmrrli In dm bridge, ami
brr dm l-A'dm Relief Corfu will
ptrfnrm dmlr rllunlUtlr service In
honor f lhne lout nt sen iinrinn nm
tllll war hy urntlerlng flower tipon
the water Reversing dm ord-'. d.U MlAHIMAN
dltUlon will return nml fiirin In tit.-;
rrir of dm ninln minimi i Miilrij
Tim formation. when i'iiiiiipIi. will .
b In dm folliiwIiiK ortlnr. n im.tilr -
11 iHwalMn, nml I In- riiliiinii rIiihiIiI Im ( ,,(,.,i p,,,, Hl.ru.
fornuM in Hum ' dint dm ninh to I WAHIIINdTON, I) (' , My 2! -
thcrmrUrr oil. l.rKlli liriilill'lh M TM.mK ;,, ,!,',,.,cr. cnmUlnlliB
10 oclnrk irnlo Inr lioruUm nml rnllitiiK to-
l-8tlp ami mini) utflrUl III nuln-' t)XlVv ,r negiim.,,, nml rnwnrdlcw nl
mutillo tl, Iu,t nnpniiiin; nmrliii- .IIhiuIit nf
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dm .ln. nml W A llolii'll mnl, ,,,, )rt,.riB) du pimtc fnr the
V II lUrimn. nlitr. uimm. ,.i h,. Tiinnir
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J Klnmslli I'nlU Mllltnryllmiil
I'nliicl I'riHii Hvrvlm
HAN rilANCIHCO, Mny 2'J. Jim
Hiliwiulr. n rnlilni't niitkur. Kanliod
lilit din-K littlu ihllilDii wldi n rnior,
nit IiIh nun tlitoiil, and died, while
lllr. wife win MM'klliK "III til iriiVi'llt
lil -nit Id.. Tin, ililldrcii will IlkiOy
IN LAKb VICINITY
MAIIKs OX im:i:s HIIOW THAT
1 hi: snow has iii:i: m ii:irr
hi:i:i nriiiMi itii: cast wi.v.
UllMllll SNOW IIC.MAI.VS
ENDED FOR TIME
aitoii.m:v (iK.M:n.ii ihhukh t'l..
TI.MATU.M TO POUCH
Hnmlle lniliitrlnllls Wlltiuul
Mil nf Vlitlliinton AN'iil
In ,'ll liens In Itpfraln I'rnin
TRANSPORT IN WITH
United I'renn Servlcn
HAN UIIXIO, Moy 29. The trnn.
port 11 u ford arrived this afternoon
wldi 311 American refugees from the
wt-rt coast of Mexico. It Is nssertetl
II. nt Americans are endangered only
by lawless mobs. The better class nt
Mrr.lrans were In favor of American
rtpwUI U'kIsImIuu by
In llitinlle Snrli Mntlrn.
I bo HI at i
SUMS UP VIEWS
iiM.Miru:i: or tuamc ids.
asii:ii i.ki:s ins orriiiAi.i
IIITilltl II) s;s.mi;
I lilted I'rcss Herrlce
HAN IHKOO, May 29. Following
Attorney llcticrat Webb's ultimatum
dial tlio iiollco must banillo the In-'
tunt rtitllntH without tbo old of vIkII
niitis, Huperlntendtnt of l'nllcc fichon
bus Ihhuu.1 nn appeal to tho citltcns to!
r.fraln from nny demonstrntlons. 1
Trouble nre npimrently ended forj
APPEAR ON STAGE
A.VM7AI HK.MOII I'l.AV IIV HIOII
HCIIOOI- Wll.l. IIK I'HKHKNTKD
IIV HTUDK.NTH TONIGHT AT THK
riiiperiiilemli'iit U I'. Arunl nud
hlcf HiiiiKcr II I: Momyvr ro-
uim.l Iml enliiK from n trip to
' ruler l.nl.e Nnilouiil I'urk. Mr.
A runt utiiten tlml It will probably bu
Jul) Infill. 1 trnel In the luku will bu
Kii.i.l Tin. mow In thu pnrk Is from
neieii In ten feel deep, whllo In t liu t
iimlier 11 U even deeper, In some.
I'luiet belliK twehu to fourliH'li feet, i
.rri.riuiiK 10 mi ninrifn 1111 1110
I r--H it In ilicurud dint dm snow nenr
dm Inkn hits been twenty-five feet
deep durltiK tlm punt winter, and Mr.
A r.ui l Males that ho linn uuwr known
mirli 11 heuvy snow fall at tliu lake)
........ !... .1.1 i I I..
.'.'n'lc l.ti'i; ii.iuk viin muiiu III 1
rihiiI roudltlon except ou. of tb , lMMIHMI. IIISTOltY HAH IHjKN
hmiM'M nt t'nmp Aruut had been brok- ISHUCH OK CHATKIl lAKl'., TIIK
en into, but mi dnmnKe done
A dramatizing of Charles Dickens'
'Nlcholaa Nlckleby" will be present-
the ultuntlon is of statewldo Import-
inure, nnd advocate special leglala-
A VOLCANO THAT
BECAME A LAKE
I Mayor mn)nri'lir nml other
rliy nfllrprs, fnllowe.l by mount
ed imllrp nml tlm lire dupnrl-
6 Woodmen of dm WnrWrWomen
of Woodcraft. .
C Improved Order nf lied Men. !
grre of I'ocobautas,
7 Knlghls of I'ythlaa, I'ythlan Hit-
I Independent Order of Odd l-VI-
9-lleiienleii: nml I'roli'fllve Order
10 Cadet Drum Corps ami flrnmmnr
Hrliont CndeU, under rnminnnil
of Major Allien K, Kldor.
SI lllrl Klornl llrlgnde, In chnrgo
of srbool teachers.
1! Kmu nf Veterans and Veterans
of All Wnrs.
IJ HprnKim Chapter Women's He
lief Corps, Hpragun Cost drnml
Army of the llepnhllc.
At dm cemetery gnte tbn procession
lll open runks nml enter In Inverse
Tlu I tut nf mnrrli will bo cnsl on
Main street in Tenth, up Tenth, nml
ty uiunl route In reinetery, where the
rereinoiilea of tho drnlid' Army will
like plnre These rerpltionles wj'l bo
olicrviil nl moiiutl represeniluK Ibo
rraves of tlm unknown ilend While
Ihe peoplo nrn emuriillv illtpenivl
trrough dm remolory, ilucoriitlim the
I raves, dm tmud will piny n illrre
When dm decoration services are
concluded, Mr. Jnmes Nownbnm will
I'lay Inps nn dm cornet, tho column
"III reform In tbo nrlglnnl order of
inarch, though reversed In direction,
nd reliirn until hnltoil on Mnln
"reel, when dm hand will piny n
Mtlonnl nlr nml tho pnrnde will ills
wive. AfteiiiiMin I'l-ournm
At 2-30 shnrp the exorcises will bo
Kin nt IIoiisIoh'h opern house, nml
ho nutnliera will he ns nenr nB prnc
llfnblo us follews:
Kelectloit nigh School llnnd
Arconiiuiiileil by High Hchool llnnd
Invncniinu . . , , j0Vl !,rkln Hlucker
Hi'lecdn,, , , , , gh nehool (lleo Club
Mnroln'H (lattysbiirR Address . .
Mra. Klmcr Krenrh
ncal Holo .... Mrs. Don J. Zumwnlt
"l.eBon of American l'ntrlotlum '
W. J. aimvnr
Votoran John Batibcr
' ornet Bolo Jamea Newnhnm
'leading "The Man With tho
Musket" . . . Cpt. O. 0. Applegate
'"wiimi High School Ilanil
Tlm commltteo lma gssurnncoa of
(bailu oi Pa i)
Heiiator Wllllmu Alden Hmlth of
.Mirblgati, cbnlriuan nf dm senate In-
eilKntltiK siib.romnildee, summed I
up bis lews of dm evldelico del-
That eiery soul aboard tho glaut
Mtiitimhlp might have been saved
but for dm Indifference aliii.nl '
criminal neglect of Cnptaln Stanley,
l.'itd ami oilier otllcers nf dm "('nil I
fornlnn," wns the moil slnrtllngl
ihnrge Smith bitterly mnde
Needleits sarrlrlrii" of nt least 500
lives hernuim dm "slriiugely IneittTl-
r.nl number of llfebo.ils" were urn '
nlle.l wns iilno rhnrged i
'Obnolele nml nnll.tiiited flilppUV,
Ic " nnd "Inxlt) of rrgutallnn nndj
bitty liispecllon by Ihe IlrlMsli
Hoard of Trnd.i were denounced by
Seiuitor Hmlth. As n coulrlbtitoii
rniin'. he nameil die Indifference of
Cnpiiilii Hmlth of the Titanic for 15-
norinr. the w.irnliiKs nml forcing t'l"
rilnnlc full speed through Ihe norl'i-
wnters Thnt Cnplnln smith linn ix
plnli'd his offeiike by n heroic dentil
wns Smith's tribute to the dead r n.i-
I.nrk of dlsclpllm iiinoiiR dm rew
nnd i'owiirdlce of some of its mem
bers, Inillrnted after the crnsh. wns
sciidilngly nrrnlgned. To dm two
riiniile wlrelets opernlors, I'lilllps
nml llrlile. dm senator pnld n glowing
irlbule. He lauded Cnplnln llostrnn
of the rescue ship Cnrpatbhi.
Not n word of criticism for J drucc
Ismny, mnnngltiK director or me
While Slur line wns uttered by the
MlelilL'iin sennlnr. but he cnusllciilly
crlllclned tlm White Slnr line for Ihe
..rilnn In wllhboldliiK news of Ibo dis
aster, received, he said, sixteen hours
before II was reluctantly dlvnlgeii.
t.. ..t.xiuent terms the chnlrmnii ue
plcled tho folly "I sendliig out the
grenlest ship nllont wllboul sumclent
tests, a Htraiige crew, nnd no nriiw 01
discipline. The Tllnnle, lie Ham. was
following the proper course, iiIIIiourIi
one known to be dangerous m mm
....,., n.ii ihn siieoil wns grnditnlly
pi-(n..f, ..... .-- -.
nud continually Increased until die
maximum wns the deathblow.
iit.,,i fnr those In lialf-fllleil Hie-
bonis who Btood by nml refused nld
to struggling, drowning swimmers
until "nil noise bns censed" wns
it dint broken hull, me sen-
nlor concluded, "now vows wero tnk
en, now fenlty expressed, old love re
newed nnd those who had been i e-
voted In llfo wunt prouuiy nna e
llantly on the Inst llfo nllgrlmago
Journey. In such n horltnge wo must
foel ourselves mnro Intimately relat
ed to tbo sen thnn over boforo. nnd
henceforth It will send back to us on
Its rising tldo the cheering wiltn
lions from those we have lost."
Ilelxknlis Will Mnnli
All members of I'rotpcrlty He
beknh Lodge nre reijuested to meet
nl the Odd Fellows' hall nt 9 o'clock
Thursday morning, In order (o march
to the cemetery for memorial services.
Article Wed T
Ar tides of Incorporation wcrsT filed
today with "the county clerk of the
Klamath Fnlla Tub nml I'ntl compuuy.
with n cnpllnl slock of 110,000. Tho
luenrpornlors are l.ols Woods, It. N
U Is nml C M Onelll
Attorney (leneral Webb declares (cd by students of the high school at
mo opera nouso mis evening, ine
piny has been staged under the direc
tion of Miss Destle Applegate, In
structor In English, and tho per
formers have been Industriously re-
j hearsing for some time, and perfect
I log themselves In their lines. A full
dress rehearsal was held at tho opera
I house last evening. The cast of char
Nicholas Nlckleby ....Fred Dunbar
Knlph Nlckleby Hardin Carter
Warkford Squeora Ord Arnold
Mister Wackford Squeera
Smlke Roy Fouch
Newman Noggs Will Wood
John Iirodlo Joe Bkelton
Mr. Snawloy Walter Donart
Mr.Vlnccnt Crummies. Theodore Case
Mr. Invllle Ralph Hum
Mr. Tolalr Harry Galarneaux
Mrs. Nlckleby Josle Van Riper
Kate Nlckleby Pearl BoItIb
Mrs. Squeers Vera Houston
Miss Fannie Squeers
,, Marjorle McClure
Mia Matilda Price J Etoa Orera
Udcllno Ilray Florence Short
Mra. Crummies Octavta Arnett
Miss Ninette Crummies. ("The
CMOUH WONDEH. IIV DEPAUT
.MKNT OK THK INTERIOR
FIELD MEET WAS
MCMIIUIH OK MM'IIO.MOIti: CUIHS
.mam: over iiitv per cent
or POINTS KRESIUES WIX
llliOAH AND HKJH .IUMP
Unique among tho natural wonders
of Amerlcu la the take In Crater Lake
National Park In Oregon, which la de
scribed In a publication entitled "Geo
logfcajjlllstory of CraUr Lake," Just
tuned 'by tho department of the In
terior. The traveler .who, from the
rocky rim of the lake, looks ncroM
Its limpid waters to tho cliffs beyond
stnnds where once the molten lava of
Mount Maznmn boiled and seethed In
Its efforts to find an outlet-tor Crater
l.nko Is all that rcmslala of a groat
volcano thnt ages ago reared Its lofty
summit high above Um crest of die.
1 Cascade range. 4
llefore the Cascade range existed j
the region now Included In the state
oi Oregon was a great lava plateau
i thnt extended from the Rocky Moun-,
'tutus to the present Coast range..
ilrndunlly mountain making '!...,, ,0
. .... .. !... ...rf.r.. nf the COMMITTEE IH
L'e.iien uivtniv, ..v -...-. ...-.
The Sophomore class of the Klam
ath County High School carrieu on
most honors In tho Held meet held
esterd.i afternoon ou tho high
school terrace. This wns tho llrst
Held meet held by tlm high school,
mil ii gnat deal of Interest wns tuken
ii) tile allileles nud friends of tho
sellout. The events nnd winners were
:.0 ynnl dash E. McCoy, Junior,
lime C seconds.
1 00 yard dash McComnck, Sopho
num. time 12 seconds.
Jjo vnrd run McCornnck. Sopho-
n-oremore, time 28 seconds.
In riril dash Sargcant, Junior,
time (L seconds,
SS0 )iird run Sargcant. Junior,
time 2 minutes 25 seconds.
1 mile run Sargcant, Junior, tlmo
S minute 48 seconds.
Ilrond Jump McClure. Freshman,
1 1 feet S Inches.
High Jump McClure, Freshman,
I feet 11 Inches.
Polo vnult dnrrett, Junior, 8 feot
Shot put Roller, Sophomore 33
feet Ii Inches.
I Discus throw Stanley. Sophomore,
1 8 1) feet 10 Inches.
Tho Sophomores socurod B2 points,
lii. Juniors 3B nnd tho Freshmen 12,
L.Linc n totnl of 09 points. Thooffl-
cors of tho meot were: W. H. Shaw
referee. Frank Wilson and Dan
O'Connell Judges, White starter, Ster
ling nnd (llcnn Onrrott timers and
rtnlph Hum Inspector.
Thoro will bo no meeting of the
Udles Aid Society of tho M. B.
church this week.
MRS .R. R. HAMILTON.
idnieuii was arched, and there
ihe great mountain system now
Vno'ii ns the Coast range. With the'
hardening of the crust the centers of
eruption became fewer, until they
were confined to a few high moun
tains that were built up by tho flow
of molten lavn. In this way were cre
ated Hood, Ranlcr nnd Maxamn, from
whose sides nnd lofty aummlta the
streams of lavn poured across a deso
Into Innd. Hood and Itnnler still lift
their snowy cap to tho clouds, and
illng a defiant cbMlengo to tho moun
taineer to scolo their steep, Ice-covered
slopes. Mnzama alone Is gone,
engulfed In tho earth from which It
came. In what Is left of ita catdera
lies Crater Lnke.
Mount Mamma In Ita prime rose
to u height of over 14,000 feet above
the sen. Mount Scott, which towers
above Crntcr l.nko on the cast, was
only n minor cono on the slopo of
Mount Mnzama. Tho portion or tno
mountain thnt has been destroyed
was equal Insl ze to Mount Washing
ton in New Hampshire, and had a
volume of 17 cubic miles.
From tho crest of tho rim sur
rounding tho Inko tho traveler be
hold. twenty miles of unbroken cliffs
which rnngo from R00 to nearly 2,000
feot In height. The cloar waters of
the lako relied tho vivid colors of
tho surrounding walls and whether
In tho soft glow of early morning, In
tho filnro of the noonday sun, or In
tho osy huea of the dying day, the
vlaw Is one of awe-lnsplrlng gran-
dour and beauty.
This publication contains a dotall
ed account of the formation of this
wonderful work of nature. It It well
Illustrated by photographs and la
written In non-technical language, to
that It may bo readily understood by
the reader who has not the advantage
ot sclentlflo training.
ARRANflE FOR UIO LOG ROM-
I NO CONTEST EXPECT TO
RRINU ft,000 VISITORS
a Loving Cup
United Press Service
NEW YORK, May 29. Tho Cat-
nt lila nrrlved In this port this morn
inc. As the vessel berthed a crowd
gathered at the dock and cheered
Captain Rostron. Tbo passengers
Undcd, and a committee of Titanic
survivors, headed by Mrs. J. J. Drown
of Denver, boarded the boat. A lov
ing cup was given Rostron a yard of
hammered silver, and appropriately
An Attractive Hlgn
It. C. Spink, owner of Idlerett, on
Spring Creek, baa Just had erected
next to his Jewelry store a mamoth
painting of a scene on Spring Creek.
as an advertisement of Idlerest, hit
famous fishing resort. The work was
done by F. D. Miles of the Miles Sign
company, and boa attracted a great
deal ot favorable comment since It
was put up last evening.
III Mi WIMi UE DRAFTED PER'
MITT1XG COMMUNITIES TO SET
TLE THEIR OWX COUNTY DI
A CLEAN SWEEP
CARRIES EVERY DISTRICT IN
Rooevelt Will Now Tun Hie AttM
Hon to the Nation! Committee.
With the Purpose of CotrtroUiac
the Temporary OrgaaJaatlo of taw
.National Coaveatkm Whoa) It Meat
In Chicago in Jam
United Proaa Service
NEWARK, N. J., May !. Baaed
on practically complete returns, Col
onel Roosevelt carried every district
b) comfortable pluralities except tho
Sixth, where his plurality waa about
300. Ho gets tho solid state delega
Wilson carried ten of the twelve
districts, the other two being con
trolled by Senator Smith.
A committee has been named, com
posed of Cale T. Oliver, F. T. Sander
con and John W. Ross, to formulate
plans for a "log rolling" contest, in
which every camp of the Woodmen
ot the World in the Pacific Jurisdic
tion will participate. It la expected
by tho committee in charge to bring
5,000 wood-choopera to this city for
the log rolling contests and various
other amusements that are sched
uled to take place during the three
days ot the W. O. W. celebration.
Whllo It has not been definitely de
cided on what dates thla event Is to
tako place, it la generally presumed
by Rwauna Camp No. 799 that Labor
Day will be tho most suitable time for
all. No financial aid will be asked ot
the city for defraying tho expenses
of the various sports along with the
log rolling contests, as tho committee
In charge have a proposition whereby
everything will be free to all.
Two representatives will be ap
pointed by tho local camp to visit
every W. O. W. camp ou the Pacific
coast, so as to arouse enthusiasm
among tho members of every camp
they visit. It Is expected by this that
special trains will bo chartered by
tho members and their families from
tho South as well as from the North,
bringing them to this city for the
three days of gala times.
Competitive drills by W. O. W.
uniformed drill teams will be one ot
the chief attraction!, along with a
tug of war, field iporta and a grand
barbecue. Sub-committees are to be
appointed to have each individual
More definite plana
PORTLAND, May 29. Another In
itiative measure tor the November
ballot waa set In motion by a confer
ence at the Imperial hotel, when a
committee waa named to frame a bill
to provide by general law for division
of counties and the annexation of ter
ritory by cities. The committee con
sists of A. W. Norblad, Perry C,
Stroud, city attorney of St. Johns, and
J. C. Johnson, city atttorney of Cot
The chief object sought Is to pro
vide means by which county division
flgku may be confined to the terri
tory affected, and to to map out the
procedure in annexation elections
that there will be no question as to
the atepa that should be taken.
8t. John recently failed to become
a part of Portland by reason ot a su
premo court decision that invalidat
ed the vote that bad been taken. Cot-
tag-; Grove people have long been In
terested in county division, and have
unsuccessfully tried to separate
themselvea from Lane county. At the
last election six county division
schemes and twb other plans for an
nexation ot territory ot other counties
to Multnomah county were defeated
by vote of the people In the atate at
It is the idea ot the movers in the
present plan that the people wilt be
willing to let the communities direct
ly affected settle their county division
problems. It is expected that the
bill to be framed will provide a cer
tain area, population nnd assessed
valuation tor a new county, to that
limitations will be set on the ambi
tions county dividers.
One ot the chief problems to be
met will bo whether to require a vote
In tho remaining part ot a county
when It la sliced In two, and what per
centage ot vote should be required In
the new territory and in the old in
order to form a new county.
An effort to provide for county di
vision by general law waa voted down
In 1910, at the same time that all
separate county division schemes
were turned down. Tho plan then
surgested provided for a petition by
30 per cent of the voters of a propos
ed new county, a board of Impartial
commissioners to be appointed by t
governor to decide whether or not
the question of county division should
be aubmttted to the people of the dis
trict affected, and a majority vote of
the residents of the proposed new
county In Ita favor.
Under thla plan no vote In the re
maining part ot the old county or
counties from which new counties
were to be formed waa provided for.
and thla la thought by some to have
caused Its defeat. Strong objection
wsb also made to the plan ot giving
three commissioners power to reject
a new county plan, and thereby de
teat submission to the people.
The committee Just appointed will
try to avoid the rocks on which the
1910 bill foundered. The first meet-
The Colonel ariauted
OYSTER DAY. May 29. Roosevelt
arlnncd when yesterday's election waa
mentioned. Roferrlng to New eJrsey
'I have nothing more to say. I be
lieve I've said previously ait that
could be said now."
Vie Colonel has turned hk atten
tion to the national cosmltt , with
tbe Intention ot controlling the tem
porary organization of the convention
at Chicago. He leaves this afternoon
for Gettysburg to deliver tbe Memo
rial Day address.
BOWLERS PLAY HIST
TWO GAMES OF SEMES
The first two games were played
last night In the bowling tournament
between teams from the Encampment
and Subordinate branches of the Odd
Fellows' Lodge. Tbe former lost thu
llrst game by four points, but won the
second by 91 points, making them 17
polnta ahead in the total score for the
two games. Tbe third and fourth
games will be played on next Tues
The .members of both teams were
considerably out of practice, and ao
high scores were made on either side.
These are the first teams that have
have been organized by tbe lodge, and
there was very little knowledge ot the
ability of the players. There Is talk
ot organizing another team to chal
lenge the winners In this first tourna
ment. R. E. Outbrldge, ot the Subor
dinate team, made the highest total
In tbe two games played last night.
Tbe scores were as follews:
duthrtdge 177 1(9 141
Dice 152 155 I0T
Wells 153 130 tSI
Goeller 117 97 314
Boyd Ill 103 114
Totals 710 654 1344
Smith 147 190 337
Bremer 149 168 317
ftholl 160 151 311
Cbllcote 123 140 261
De Lap 127 96 223
Total 706 746 1451
event 111 VUttrgv wwm vvmuiiv ----- -"
relating to the Labor Day "Log Roll- ing is to be held at Mr. fltroud oce
Ing" events will be puMubtd later, 'in Bt. John next Thursday.
BETSY ROSS FUG 10
NAVE WITH TODDY'S
One ot the first ot tbe BeUy Rosa
flags to appear In Klamath Falls will
form part In the decorations tomor
row. The flag, which Is 6x8 feet, le
owned by Dr. Fred Westerfeld, and
will be strung across the street la
front of the Wblte-Maddox building,
along with one ot tbo now Star and
Stripes ot today, furnished by C. M.
The Detsy Ross flag la manufac
tured in Portland by Cbas. Goodman.
who conceived the Idea of reproduc
ing tbe flag, that waa designed by
George Washington, first made by
Betsy Ross ot Philadelphia, aad ac
cepted as the national emblem by
congress June 14, 1T7T. The flag has
19 red and white stripes and IT.
white stars arranged In a circle o
field ot blue. They are wrought out
In heavy silk and form an efeetlve
decorating scheme when blended with
the stars and stripes ot today,, with
the fleld of 41 sure.