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KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON, .MOMMY, HKITKMIIKH III, I Kill
Grants Pass Officers are Coming Here to Take Rich
Street Rumors of Indictment by Grand Jury Denied
CASE HERE MriLL(
Wl rKUBt is ALLtUtU UKOUKS HIGH COURT IS NOGI PLANNED
NMKLT UVtKi tNltK A PLEA FOR ROOSEVELT HIS SUICIDE
HIT TWO WITNKartRtf AHK KX
AMI.NKIi III TO liATK HOUR
i, M. rnl. Attorney, la Retailed, arnl
HeM Followed by l Uw, a
frwlhrni Paris Heahesaaa, Who la
NappuM-d lu Hate TeatMeri (Jon
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lUHTUIOT ATTOHNKV H 1NVKHTI-
GATING CHARGK THAT THh"
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HOKH XOT HKMULT I.V AXV' COUNTRY DIM .Nor XKKD HIM
GOOD FOR TAPT CASK WILL
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puuiisnea acre today. It li dated the
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UK TAKKV TO WAHHI.NOTON I,,. 1.1,1 Xo K.pru That HI. Wife
Would Pollou Hl l.siuuplc, How
ever, an la Ilia Will He Left Her
All of Hia Property Asks That
IIU llody He Turned Over Co Home
HUMOR HAH IT THAT MAM
CHAIICiED WITH INCEST WILL
XOT HE PROSECUTED BECAUSE
OF LACK OF EVIDENCE
SNEAD SURE OF
MAX WHO MUHDKRKD ISOVCK IM
UXOOXCKRXKR IX JAIL IN
TKRRUPTKD LKTTRR OAVB
HUHRAXD A CLUK
HHOK MAN MUM OO TO
wife xo a ro tmal
I'nlleJ 1'rt.i. Serrlia
llrakntiaii la (?aJlrd tit Tell Htorjr
( Allrgeil Robbery
I'p in Ji30 thla afternoon but
two wlinrMea bad been railed
W(or Hip grand Jary today.
1b nnt a J, 8. Heat, tha M-
lornayUe waa before the Jury
Mmrftfakago, and It wat ax-
pKtnl that Tie waa aided ro
e rtrnlni the lormoralili inilait !
blwrtn (he ald-tciivi and ,t'XTV
WhM-Irr at the time the money
u paid by the latter.
Tba nut wtaaaa waa U Laaa,
railroail hrahemaa, who waa
oa the train In wblrb It U allaced
O'llrlMi dnpeil and robbed Oar-
nillunl ruinora ronrernlaa the
i (lion of th Klamath rouaty grand
Jul) hvr bfen current on the atreela
iNr. It a UMlared that three In
!rtmnt had been voted agmlnat
my rouacllin.n, but absolutely no
eeBrmMlon of the rumor could be
iKurrd, The Brand Jury haa not yeti
Hfortri to the court, and It m be
lutd that no authentic Information
lu Imi lrn out from the grand '
Dlitrlct Attorney Kuykeadall da.
Ue4 to itUcitaa the grand Jury thla
"I to not know when the Jury will
t'lwrt to the court," aald Mr. Kuy
The grand Jury waa a little late In
rittlag Juwn to bualnaaa thla morn.
In betauio ono member of the Jury
dttalned on the way to thla city.
It U boliwod that the' Inveallga
tl of tho graft chargea agalnat city
uacllmn liaa.beon concluded, and
' today ttio jury wa, tn(ag(d In
luring parllculara of the charge.
Mlo.t wiiii. O'Urlan and Robert
"ta. The former la charged with
jtktry from tho peraon, while Allen
' birgiM with ralatag a check from
M to uoo.
A. C. Wallen will probably escape
punlahment for hla alleged aaaault on
hi. little daughter In thla city eeveral
week ago. He la a prleoner In the
county Jail, but It la reported that bla
iilbughler, who be la alleged to have
jas.Aulted haa left the country,
i Several daya ago It waa reported
that ltneeae In the case had been
summoned before the grand Jury, but
It una aald that,tbe moat Important
AMAUILL.O, Texaa, Sept. 16. It
la rumored here authoritatively that
Unead'a motive In killing Boyce waa
an Interrupted letter from Doyce to
Mm. Snead, In which-It waa proposed
flnead la In Jail, unconcerned and
confident of hla acquittal. "
Til.-, i .1 i . . . . "v" The chip wa. remanded back to
knew of the whereabnula of tho two . ,,,. ,ollfl . ,. .. .
-Inrn long before thry ire arrr-trd .n.i. . 'day before the auldde.
iiia.iiimm (, .ia t . a. m
Thl. I. taken . n progressive vie' T,' ner" '" Japan ",,nc"" """" "ot " ,oupn-
lory, but It li nuured that the caae'n" ,on"'r "
"ill br carried to the t'clt-il fltatea " wa ovldeutly unaware of the
irimr n.rL lact that hi. wife Inteaded to com
. Imlt hnrl kara, as he left most of hla
Tru.t.lluMen Wart ' property to her.
i;nr.l -rea Bervire ,cr ,tke(J tntl bg utu har M(,
CIIICAOO. Hept. t. Maaler In .flnger-nalla be burled, and suggested
Chancery Taylor bogan the hearing of that -hla body be turned over to aome
tho yovenimrnt'a ault to dissolve thutmedtral aoclaty.
ourir.icr tru.t today. Clarence Funk, SecreUry Knox visited tbe talk.
Dan DrUcoll left this morning for
hla Illy home. Mr. Drlsroll came to
Klamath Fnlls over a week ago, ac
companylne hb three dnuchtera thl
'far on their rot urn to achool In Salem.
lie waa nlso a wltneaa In the caw of
Klamath County bank t. School Ola
trtct No. 2. For fifteen your. Mr.
Drlscoll was a member of the achool
board of that district, and waa well
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mw.m .k,m ,v ,... tu'-".-. mauaaeroi me international doa tomb at Monoyama tonight. He rersed In all bualneaa tranaacUona of
...r.r.,er company, waa a witaaaa. .will ..II for Ban Frawrlaco Saturday. I the board during hu rn.mh.Mn
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HKCLAMATIOX SERVICE KM
PLOYKft COXTIXCE KPFORN
TO CLKAR DI'ERAIOX CHAX.
XKL OF LOST RIVKR
Report Has It That Pre
of lite Claim of Hat flam Fiwatlsrw
Womaa a Mornta Age, Rat RaM M
That Time That ate Vat Rlesinl
eTOM Her Oaaear is Xuw mi bbw
HRCKtVr. THK MTKttmilK
FROM THK CONTRACTOR
The ateel bridge at llonama acroai
the IMt lllvrr wa. completed today.
and wll be ready for traffic aa aoon
a. Il'l. formally arreptrd by the coun
'ounty CommlMlonvr Huramor
Martrd thl. morning for llonama to
formally rrfrlvo the bridge for the
ROUTE TO LAKE
Nicaragua! Mob Fires on
U.S. Bluejackets in Bluefields
Situation is Said to be Critical in Central American
Republic. Marines are Patrolling the Streets to
Prevent the Frenzied ,Mobs from Gathering
Unlit'd I'resa Serve
' IILVKFIKLDB. Sept.
ICUHOPKAXM ARK (JUKHTH OF THK ' American mob fired
Prteoaer Maya Whaterer Hia AU
torwey Deddea U RIsM
"I am satiafled to go to Oraata
Paaa for trial," aald L. B. Rich
la tha county Jail tale attaraoaa.
"I hara the greataet ceaJdaaea la
my attorney, mad whatarar Oar
advlae I am aura la all right."
When flrst told that R had
been decided to transfer th eaa
to Grant Paaa Rich tiiy
asked coaceralag th whara-
abouU of th yeaag wemaa waa
waa knowa her aa hla wlf. e
"Is she thereT" h laaalred,
L. n. Rich will aot a tried fct
Klamath county oa th chara of
polygamy on which he I bow aalag
held In the county Jail her. Thla
was decided thla morning when word
MKDFOHII COMMKHCIAL CLUHiblu",l,ck, fron n lunboat Tacoma
OX TIIK TRIP TO THK FAMOUS 1 ' ' ' ' '
In tho atrcets during the celebration (with his marine., and acattered them.
16. An antl-of the Central American Independ.j The marines are patrolling the city. Locu,
""mmi vine nrre loaajr. mnu re preventing the crowda from
In an attempt to complete tha
opening of th Lost Rlvar dlraraloa
channel Into the Klamath River, tha
reclamation service abot of another
big cartridge and soma dynamite
Tho water, which had4 been again
hut off at the dam, waa turned on
again full head to wash out th' de
bris, and aome time thla week aa la
restlgatlon will be made to see If th
cnannet was opened as well aa la d received her that a warrant
Irable charging the former Klamath Valla
ahoe dealer with bigamy bad been Is
sued In OranU Paaa.
According to a message received
by District Attorney Kuykeadall. aa
officer from Joaephlne county w aaw
on bla way hero to take Rich to
dranta Pats to anawer to the charge.
Aa aoon aa the officer antra with pi
warrant, the polygamy charge against
jRlch here will be dlamlaaad, aad he
RETURNS I' 'I be at onca rearested oa th big
HIS NEW STOCK
Lieutenant Lowell rushed the mob (gathering. The altuatlon la critical,
Tha part) of dl.tlngul.hed Kuro
pean aclentlata who are louring the
United Htat.a are en route today la
vl.lt Crater lake. The party, the
gur.ta of tliu Medford Commercial
Club, left Medford early thla morn
It waa tho plan to lunch at noon
at I'roapecl, under the treea at Rogue
River falls. The party will start
than at 1:30 for tho famoua lake.
USED TO FISH
, Mrs. llobert Sloan left on Satur
(day for rtonatua, where she will Join
her husband. Mr. and Mrs. 8loan
have taksu charge of considerable
land In the Donanta Valley, and ex
pect to devoto their time In the fu
ture to Improving and cultivating th
COMPLAIXTH HKACII OAMK WAR
IIKXH THAT LAW IH RKIXG VIO
LATED IX ROUUE RIVKR NO
Sure to Attract
Commercial Course Including: Short
hand, Typewriting:. Bookkeeping
etc.,; Will beiTaught l Free
A Bight lommerclal course will be
"He" In thu high achool thla even
'. under tl, direction of K. L.
"0'MoiC tin. regular Instructor of
'" high .f,ooi faculty,
..!?'". ' an '"novation In achool
haa. 1" ,Bh Clt)r' "d ' "!
an.. ?nK men ,na won no
""Ml will Include .horth.ud,
typewriting, bookkeeplug, commor
clal correapondenco and arithmetic.
The stolons will be from 7 to 9
o'flock all Monday Tuesday and
Thursday uvenlnga of each wccy, and
will continue aa long as aufflclent
numbor nf pupil, attend to show that
such a course la n Horvlco lu tho com
Thero will be no expenao to the
pupils other than, that for books and
applies, and the achool will bo open
to anyons who may wish to take nd
vnntago of It.
Although no rrpoita of dynamite
being u.cd In flahfwx In the utrcnma
In the Klamath country, game wnr
dena Juat acroaa tho mountains have
received many auch complaints, and
now a reward of f 200 haa been post
ed for Information leading to tho ar
mat ot parties guilty ot violating
For some time th wholesale de
struction of fish haa been In progress.
The banka of the atream from Happy
Camp down are fairly lined with the
slaughtered fish. All are agreed
Hint It la principally tho work ot mar
kot llahormen, who dot off tho blaats
nt night and ore ablo to gather only
a small percent of tho slain fish.
(lame warden, have been watching
the stream, but on account ot the
great stretch of river to be covered
have boon unable to catch the por
petratora of tho outrages.
Fred l,oosley, a prominent rancher
of the Fort Klamath country, la' in
tho city today. Ho recently sold
about SO head of cowa at the uniform
price of 70.
n. T. McKlmmons, formerly a well
known plumber here, came In Bat
urday night. He has ben employed
In Portland since leaving hers, but Is
now connected with the state gam
IS NOT GUILTY!
COXHPIRAOV AND INTIMIDATION
cnARGKR AGAINST LABOR
LKADKR RAIL F1XKD AT 9800
IX KACII CASK
United Preaa Servica
LAWUKNOE, Mass., Sept. 16.
Uefore Superior Court Criminal
Judge Joaeph Qulnn,' Haywood was
arraigned today. He entered pleas
of not guilty to two Indictments
charging him with conspiracy and In
Umldatlon. Ball waa flxsd at $600 In
HARVK8TIXG IX THK VICIXITV
OF BONANZA IS HTARTED, BUT
THERE IS A GREAT SCARCITY
Unlesa farmers lu the vicinity of
Bonanza aecuro laborers for harvest
ing operations, aoon there la liable to
be a great loaa In that aectlon.
Today the telephone line to this
city from Bonansa waa kept busy by
farmer telephoning here for help,
and there waa little encouragement
Threahlng waa started In earnest
In the vicinity of Bonansa today, but
the scarcity ot men will not enable
the farmers to proceed aa rapidly In
tho gathering ot the crop aa thay
FROM THK SOUTH U'MKRK HI! '
,., , ...,. I ,llch reported to hav Issued a
iKncv uvi uanu.iun nin iiiiin..! i- ki..
KLAMATH FALLS SHOPPERS
O. M. Hector returned Ssturdsy
night from San Francisco, where ho
went to purchase his new stock for
the modern store he will shortly oc
cupy on Main street In the Hotel Hall
"There are some attractive bar
gains lu the big shopping centers this
year," aald Mr. Hector, "and I believe
that I secured some of the beat of
them for Klamath Falla .hopper.."
he declares hia
love for Mlaa Jessie Laytoa, kaown
here as wife No. 3, aad says that
when the entire truth la knowa he
will not be censured by Klamath
Mlaa Layton la well kaowa la
Qranta Pass, where she was married
to Rich. She waa born In that place,
and her parents are well knowa la
the county, from which the Jury to
try Rich will bo selected.
It developed Bunday that Rich had
(Continued on Page 4k ' """
United Press Service
BOSTON. Sept. K. Hsywood has
started for Lawrence to answer to a
charge of conspiracy.
Mr, and Mra. Archie Alexander and
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ramaby went to
Merrill Saturday to spend Sunday
with friends. The former visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Dunning, while Mr.
and Mrs. Ramsby spent the day at
th horn ot their daughter, Mrs. 8.
Th oaa ot J. H. Srarstt ts. R.
Hayney was dismissed oa motioa ta
th circuit court this afternoon. Tha
action was to rsaWvsa.
Flee to the U. S.
Capture of Leader of marauding
Bands Sends Companions into
Exile. Orozco Captured
United Press Service
DOUOLAB, Arli.. Sept, it. da
ral Salaaar, who has invested Bs
Tlgre with hi soldiers,
raand $100,000 ransom for the town
and Its store of bullion. Ha announc
ed that he will hold aa hostages, un
til the ransom Is paid, three Amer
icans, OensaaUMaasger Burrow of th
El Tlgrajnnes;Asslstant Superla
tendenjjGkahler and H. L. Nix, gen
ral manager ot th El Tlgre Mer-
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 16.
The capture of Paacual Oroseo, Br.,
haa lioun Ann flattm Art Us !..
tha town !-'. --7(?"
Voaag Oroaco Ft
EL PASO, Texas, Sept 16.-
co, Jr., haa taken refug ea Aatar
Ican soil, according to aa c-aWial r-.
port received by th Miies4'aasl.
Three other rebel leaders creased tha
American line after OJlalga was -
tured Sunday. Colossi Bteevst la la-
vest Iga ting th report.