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KLAMATH KAMA. ORKOON, FRIDAY, OCTOHKR 4, IBIS
Prleo, Ftf Omm
"Liars, Liars, Air, is Substance of Roosevelt's Plea
Out of the Frying Pan Into the Fire, is Turkish Empire
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COLONE
L DID STEEL CONTRACT BARNES GOES . BRISTOL LIKES 'CATTLE SHIPMENT JUDGE BENSON BALKAN WAR IS
NOT KNOW OF HAS BEEN LET ON THE TRAIL LOOKS OF THINGS IS MADE TODAY MAY CAMPAIGN TO FOLLOW PEACE
WITH ITALIANS
CONTRIBUTIONS
(tMllltVTi: UIHJKH KXPUMIOS
OK ONI: Of HIH ACCIMKIIM
PORTLAND HUM WIU, MUPPLY
I
( TIIK rllAMKWOHK FOR THK
nkw rou.vrv court houhk!
' MOIIK XVI M. UK Hl'HHKII
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The routrarl for the aleel for the
new Klamath county court houae ha
MIIKHIPP TAKKH UP TIIK :llAHKPIIOMINKNT mOHKRTY OWNKM , HUNCH OF tJUTt HKAD8TARTSON MKMIIKHM OH THK SCQUAb 8UF-
lOlt IIHIKK AMI ANDKHHON.l
WHO AHK WA.NTKD HKKK FOR1
A NKIIIOl'M OPPKNNK
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AHIVKM IN THK
CITY
FHOMIvOH,
AN'QKMCM HAM ,HKKN AWAY
HI.N'CK I.AMT fttfli.VU
TIIK WAV TO THK MM ANOK
l,KH MARKKT HTZPATBICK,
WILL GO TO MAN FRANCWCO ,
PIIAOK I.KAHUK WILL THY AND,
KNI.IHT TIIK AID OK CIRCUIT1
-tX)UIIT JUDGK
PKACK PACT M HfaNMD,
THOOPH WILL HK
BUT
.!..- UUm l?l,tfMr II.
I men -" br((1 i,,, , ,,p tv0rhwel Hie,! .
fore HeuMorlal Hirugua ""ir of Portland. The contract price iteslera who are wanted here on n
BiiirrkrUrr That Up UnrrU'la JI,00u, f o, b Klamath Falli, rharxe of Inking mortgaged property
ltlat llif .inrilnrr if Any ''
Hhi-rlff Heme left this morning on II. M. Ilrietol arrived la th rite A ablpmant of 1,607 bead of cattla
Itix trnlt of George Anderson aad A.' laat night from hla home In Lo An-,w started on th war outb lodar
I), llrler, former Klamath Valla wood
IrtMloii fur Tatt
Muarj 1'nMem
From ttir Ilia
and delhery la pwmlaed within the nut of thn country,
ln-t lu week Although thn authorltlee have ant
Aa aoon aa tho ateel arrive the 1IU, information concerning tbe two
ork of construction will atari. It ,11)n thi.y bava not yet been appre-.
la eipected that all of It will be com- handed. Tlia laat Information had cf
pleled thla fall, and the brick work ,j,rm waa when they ahlpptd their
will be atarted aa aoon aa xwalbla.'outnt from Aahtand to Van eouvcr.
Already aeveral carloa.la of brick n, o. It la auppoaed that they ar
havn arrived here. ir, In llrlllib territory before the
The alecl for the work la carried mCera there were Informed that they
In atock by the I'ortlaud concern, aud w,rp wanted, and iticceeded In get
waa made In I'ortlaud. Other bidden tll( located In aome laolated part of
on the material would not have benhe prnrlnr.
able to auppty the alrel for a rouplo'
of montha, which would have ire- Mra. C. W. Mitchell and Mlaa Miller
vented actual conatructlon work am In the city today from Willow
atartliix until aprlc. Creek.
i.Ih. II. will raaialn here about !ty V. A. Fltipatrlck, manager of tbt
tw,. wreka t,o took after hla eitanelvej? rancU of the CbJ """nLk !Tmtbe pubUc "br,rjr ,n ,hU c"r lomor
IMeaaed with ,the reault of their
work during trie county fair In tbla
city, the membera of the Equal Huf-1 Turkey
frago lcague will bold meeting at
I nllJ l'r Bervlce
WA8IIIN0TON, I). C. Oct. 4.
Ulore llooievell waa called to the
i ml ttfore IIhi aenate eoaaaalttea la
n.ilotlB the tl)0 campaign con
I Itattona.ttila morning.
"I hoM that He nator I'enroae anoulu
W thtoan out of the aenato becauee
cl bli ailmltilona befor thla com
iltlN that be advlaed John Arch
UU to try and purrbaae Immunity
f oa tho (utrrnment," declared Mr.
I.jwmll. "Arrhbold teatlfled that
Crneltua llllw, republic naUoaal
tifanrrr In 101. bad trM to blade
rill him. I have aaaurancea that Ibe
luolird UU company contributed
c tblac to that campaign."
The Colonel declared that llarrl
1 ib, thiouih Hectetary ltab, bad
uUi to be xhci) an audience at the
V httn llouio It waa granted, and
I tbvai prment llarrlman, accord-
ur to the Colonel, aatd that more,
aBnraa needed to elect lllgglnaaal,,,,, w(n tKjHTI-:HKI IX
lufirnor oi ,ew ior.
1-1. .u,. TM. I. hi. at ttl.lt .vm';i '"-!... -.
Klamath alnce In the aprlng of Mt -' ,n tbo,raor,?J.D? .,or Tl
year. He a.y. It la noticeable that " l0 "" w,th ,h" a"n of the
many aubaUntlal IraproveaeaU navnl(nmpn,r'
been made, and be la more convinced The ZX ranch la one of the largeat
than a-er that Klamath Palle will In the United BUtea. and la located
mnke a large city. near I'alaley, In Lake county. The
i.. ...vin. nt 1.1. .-,. ,ii up leMtU Juat ihlpned are billed to the
Ilrlatol rcportt conditlona eiccptlon
ally good, Tha paat year nan been a
record breakor for new realdencea in
I.o i Angela.
Kern County Land company, and will
help out In furnlahlng meat for the
Lor Angetea market during the win
ter. '
The Link River Klectrle company
haa moved lu orflcea to tho Kvana
Mra. Sloan will remain for building between Fifth and Sixth on
but lob upecu to return 'Main, which will be abared with R.
Mr. and Mra. Hobert Uloan came
to the city laat night from Bonanaa
VMIey.
a vlilt,
today or tomorrow.
IK. ritnltb, the realty dealer.
Oeta Oat of One Dtfftratt-
Only to Oet Into TroaMo Wata
Many Nelghbora The RJgliU of
llalkan Mtatni WIH Ho Kaforcotl
With Arm lr Xiriaaaiy Tieajw
Are llelng More!
row afternoon for tbe pnrpoae of pre
paring plana for the carrying on of!
the campaign for rotea for women In
thla county. '
It la probable that Judge IJenaon'
will be perauaded to makeaeveral ad-1 .
dretnen from an automobile In dUTer-' 4)aa,444e;
ent parte of the county. The judge la' ,
n well known campaigner, and the' I'race Coanea
member, of tbe league are confident UB,led.preM g,,-
that If hla aervlcea en be enlUted A VIENNA. Oct. Dle.Mho
their cauae will be greaUy aided. tA fro n.B.d r-.,i-nBi. l.t
Every voter In the county will be
acnt literature favoring equti auf
frage, and aome other plan may be
adopted at the meeting tomorrow
afternoon.
Mra. K. W. Vannlre la reported ao
rloualy III thla afternoon.
MOST REGISTER
EVERY 2 YEARS
T. II. Thompaon. proprietor of the
lAihlaad nuraery, l In the city calling
jon hla cuatomera. He atatea that tho
iPoopU ef'thla city and county are
tehlotoc la avTMt-nmonat of fruit and
ahade treoa and abrubbery for tbe
Impr6vcment of thelr,property.
today confirm the report that 0
Italy and Turkey have algned a e
peace pact.
t
THK NI'IIINO OI' TIIIH YKAII
ARK .NOT HKgl'IIIKII TO RKOIH
TKIl AOAIN IN OIIOKK TO VOTK
"lie aided to have Cortelyou and
lliuaulit In raiting funda," aald tliel
(rlotfl " then naked l,ob to phone
to Cortelyoit and llllaa, and aak them)
laMp llarrlman out." '
lloowT.ll declared that If the Kor the conenlenco of tho- who
lundird (III company contributed to. , . . ...
ll rampalga fund It waa done "r ","1 dur,n" ,hn U,y " nnd
t tkout hit knowledge and conaeot. " Impoaalble to go to the court houae
I "quoted a Inter written to lcorgto rrglater. County Clerk l)e Up an-
t ifrldnd (,.m.ii..b .. ,l.u .tik.tl...i.I . ... -.. .1... . Hf..!, h.ln.
t llbtutl romtulltre lu ISDN, an foMihn booka cloae he will keep hla office I
'' : open In tho evening until 9 o'clock.
"I am Informed that aome onn on . There haa been aome Inquiry aa to
) or behalf haa requeatod rontrlbu- w)n mutt reglitrr at thla time. The,.
bi irnm John H. Archbold and liar- law require that an elector regular,
riintn. I prolmt agalnat the acoep-,oV(,ry two yeara, ao that thoee who
'"" If thla money la tendered. llreKlalored In the aprlng or thla year
lonM be retimed. will not ba required to roglatcr In or-
' I am not a candidate for ofBco, ,rr (l votu at the forthcoming elec-
(Continued on I'bik 4) tlon.
Ua"' -Ttr- -air -
Professional Burglar , Plans .
for CamDaitfn During Winter!
r " PENALTY TO DE
Quantity of Articles Needed by a Sneak Thief Stolen; niij ny nnnu
from Local Places of Business. Blank Keys and llll UN OUUH
Firearms are Included U List of Goods Missing
nKKLIN, Otc. 4. The IgkUag on
the frontier which M now m pregra
It not I rlleved to ho aerloaa. Reforta
from CoMtnntlnopl idony that ta
Tnrira rnd Pulgorlano wwro ta aa .
gagtuent at Jamboll" la whlea 460
weru killed. '
.Vo ccplrmatlon haa come to tho
report that tbe Servian killed thirty
TuifcH m-ir Vranra. and that Chrlj
tlani Trre maaaacred ta Tnrkkth
town. '
4w
4 Article Htolrn
One ahotgun.
One revolver.
HU flaalillght batUrle
Hunch of blank key a.
Oae ault of clothe.
Onn overcoat.
One pair pant.
ol Carl Hchtibert aome time laat night I ouulde by pulling the atrlng might I
and carried away a number of artl.niatcn tne aoor.
cIm of value.
Anticipating an attempt at robbery
an officer kept watch at the theater
F-iom tne oieciric auppiy aiore ,... ,h. ih,. hu. no OM ,nDeard
laeeaaa -w - - w r -
tbre waa mlaalng thla morning ait0 try out the atrlng combination.
I ahotgun, halt a doxen flaah light bat-j An Inveatlgatlon at the atore of the
terlea nnd a fountain pea. Link River Electric company ehowed
At the bicycle repair abop- the that the thief had entered the place
4lhlaf aecured an overcoat, a' ault of by ualng a "jimmy" on a window In
4 clothe, a revolver, aome blank key tbe rear. A atngla foot print on the
444a)4) 4ind a pair of pant. ground outaide ana under tne win-
Tho police were notified laat night do w waa unuaually large.
of au occurence that may have had, Tho fact that the thief In each In
An unknown man. nreaumably niaome bearing ou the robberiea. AtlaUnce aelected aa booty article cal-
I.ABT HALF Or'
TA.XKS Ml'KT UK PAII MONDAY
OR 10 I'KH CKNT WILL BK AUD
Kf TO AMOUNT DUE
IV re Uoa-traaed
'i"il i'ien Service
VIENNA, Oct. 4. Meaaage from
' .Rome and Cpnataollnople practically
Dkf.l.gi7lT conflrm lullan-Turklah peace.
Father's Love to Stop
Prosecution of Youth
The Complaint Against Young Ruf us
StUes. Charged With Perjury,
May he Dismissed by Officers
.profeaalonal burglar. Intent on ot.l Pk theater Juat boro eloa- culated to b. a part of a m()dwra bur-
1 ..... , . Ing the houae for the night, an em- glar'a equipment leada the police to
fitting hlmaolt for the wlntor aea.on. . no(Md ft irBf WU 0M ni M,8 thit ,, robr,, ww t.
broke Into the Link River KlocUlo jUttrh(.d lotne atch of the back door j formed by aome peraoa who coatem
company'a atorv on Main and Third land the other end banging outaide taiplatea extenilve oparatlona along the
'alreeta. nnd tho bicycle repair ehop'auch n manner that a peraon on tha burglar line tbla winter.
I"
WHAT DOES THE
PRISONER MEAN?
A n rmuli of a father being rocon
'e to tin. nmrrlnio of hla 1 6 -year-J
''I dsuKhier, mi Indictment agalntt
'lfui mm.,, charging porjury, may
f lltnilaawi, Today T. I), fltllea, an
it"l of ituruH. U In the city and
e! ll ul tho court houae with tho
of thn family reconciliation.
Ilului milt waa Indicted by tho
"H srand Jury on a charge of faUely
"wrlug to the age of a daughter of
11 "w r'lnckua, n well known farm-
'r ' Yonnn Valley. Mlaa riackua
i married to an undo of Rufua. T.
' ' s"u. ngnlnat the wlahe of her
Parent.
Tha father, whui h iri.i iha
airrlnajw, came to thla city and mad
-mpiaint agalnat Rufua, who U but
ra of age. Tho grand Jury
rd tho complaint, and returned an
Indictment, charging the young man
with iterJttry. He waa arrested nnit
releaaed ou 11.000 bonda. ,
it I now reported that Mr. Flack-1
ua haa beronio reconciled to hi
daughter' marriage, aud U willing
to drop the proaocutlon which he
atarted.
Mlaa Klackua, now Mr. Stllea, la
living with her huaband on hla home
atead near Swan Lake.
"My father-in-law haa not vlalted
ua aa yet," aald Mr. Stllea thla after
noon, "hut mutual frlenda who have
aeen him declare that he la ready to
drop tha proaocutlon."
Mr. BUtea mat hla wife In thla city
about thre yeara ago. It waa a caao
of lovo at Oret algbt. The principal
objection of her father to a wedding
waa tho youth of tho girl.
DKI'ITV DIHTRIOT ATTORNEY
(JKTN A I.KTTKH FROM MAN
HKNTKNCKU TO RK MANOKO
FOR MURDKR OK A MAN
ItclU of a bit for a bridle which ho ha
aent hero to be aold for hla benefit.
1 M see by the paper that you have
aoimi hnraea now," tho nruoaor
wrote. ' . I
llo referred to the thre bucking,
bronchos bought by the F.lka lodge'
following the laat Rodeo. I
SOCIALISTS TO
MAKE THE RACE
"I hope to meet you aoon."
Thualy doe Noble Faulder, con
demned pturderer, conclude a letUr
addreased to Deputy District Attor
ney Ferguson, and received hr laat
night
Faulder was convicted of murder
In this county, nnd waa sentenced by
Judge llenson to be hanged aome time
ago, but Governor Weal granted a
reprieve. If the anti-capital punleh
inont amondment Is turned down by
the votera at tho November election
Faulder will be executed aoon there
after. In a letter to Mr. Ferguson Faulder
DE PUY WINS IN
CIRCUIT COURT
ICI.RTIFICATK8 OK AUCKPTANCK
Or NOMINATION ARK KII.KI)
THIS MORNING IN TIIK OKKICK
OK COUNTY CLKRK
A party cons'latlng of R. A. Kmmttt,
iV. II. North. KD. .North of thla city
'and Hen Looaeley of Fort Klamath.
1 'eipect. to lcae Sunday for the moun-
Tho laat half of tbe delinquent tin, aner big game. They will hand
taxes must be paid Monday br a pen- for woodruff Meadows and Abbott
ally of 10 per cent will bo added, and llutte on the headwaters of the Rogue
from that time on 1 per cent a month 'nnd hate promised all klnda of venl-
additional will be charged.
Deputy Sheriff Haydoa, la charge
of tbe tax collection for the sheriff'
office haa been working overtime dur
ing tbe paat few day receiving belat
ed payments.
aon nnd bear meat to their frleada.
Corbet! to Recover
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. I. It
.ik announced thla morning that Jim
CorLett'a recovery la practically cer-Ulo.
It. W. Tower is lu tbe city today
from hla ranch near Kcno. Mr
Tower waa the winner of the first
prlxe for the best exhibit of apple
at the recent county fair. He la very
proud of the showing tbe products of
hla orchard made In competition with
other growers of the county, and
(Irmly bvllvvc that Klamath county
wilt develop Into a good fruit section.
JIUKJMKNT AGAINST K. h. HOP-
KINH 1H QIVKN 1IY JUDOK BKN
HON IN HUIT INVOLVING A
THRKHHINQ OUTFIT
Judgment for tho plalaUR waa giv
en thla afternoon la tha eaao of J. W.
Da Puy vs. H. L. Hopklaa. argumeaU
la which wer hoard by Judg Benson
yeaUrday.
The ault Involved a taroaains ma
chine outfit. J. C. Rutenlo appeared
tor the plalaUI. ' s
Two Shoplifters Fail to
Make Their Get Away
Chief of Police Smith Captures Two
' Men who are Accused of Steal
ing Shirts from Atkinson's
Certlitratea of acceptance of the
nominations recently mad oy the
roUallits In convention here were
filed In the office of the county clerk
I hla morning. They are aa follews:
Assessor A. L. Coan of Merrill.
County Coramlsaloner J. R. R It tor
of Merrill,
County Clerk L. ,B. Bllvey of
Klamath Valla.
Sheriff A. J. Simmers of Klamath
PnUa.
Coroner C. A. Hay of Klamath
Falla. '
Treasurer J. W. Tyrrell of Klaa-
uth Falla.
Acting on Information furnished
by C. K. Atkinson,. Chief of Police
Smith this morning arrested two men
who stole two ahlrta from taa Atkin
son store, and who are auapocted of
being Implicated In other potty theft
In this city recently. En, route to the
city jail one of tho men mad aa
effort .to escape, but 'he waa captured
by the officer. '
Tha two man vtatt'ed the Atkinson
tore thla morning and shortly after
their departure It waa suspected that
they had carried away aome atock.
Mr. Atkinson followed them to the
UeMaa Rule'atere and took' a couple
of ahlrts away from one of tho man
The shirts had been atolen from Mr.
Atklnsoa'a store. j
One of the men baa oai,tro-M
with bla breathing apnaratae, aad la
required to call Into rvlc a altvar
tub. He ha been la tha kr, for
several day, and haa received 'alma
from kind-hearted cltliaai. ; When
arreated thla moraine ha waa aMghtlr
under tho Influence of liquor, j ;-J
deorge Moore, one, of tho two atoa,
declared thla attnuoa 'that'k waa
tbe victim of a aaaear. 'Ho waa oan
fined In separate room la tao oun
ty Jail thla afternoon, aad wilt bo o;
amtned by a phyaMaa. ' "-'-

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