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KLAMATH FAI.LH. OIIWlOX,
H.tTURDAY, OCT. A, 1918
Price. Five OMi
nllKIHII HAIIHACKrt AUK IIUHX
Ml TO TIIK OHOUXIi
ARRESTS OF TWO RFV. FUNN TO
MEN EXPECTED LEAVE THE CITY?'
ir ik iii:i.u:vi:i thai iiicikk ami iuhhixatiox or mi.mhtkh of
axihiiihon mavi: iu:i:x in:, tiik i'iiihhtiax ciiuiicii ac
taim:u at gu.tiiAXTiXK at ckitkd iiv ciiiitcii iioaiid
Till: tA VAIHAV IMIIIIIKH AT .MKKTIMJ I.AHT XIHIIT
.. ' Although itu word has been recnlv
). lmr aunouiiiliig lliolr ca.lure, l(
:,.IIUhi. il ll"wl Owned by'u praillrnlly certain tlml llrler nml
At it meetlug of tlio church hoard
noiu nit night, the resignation of
llov. i;. M. Fllnn, pastor of Ih Chris
tlan church, wa accepted, and aa f
furl Mill ho mad" to engage, another
lMtor at onre. llov. Kllnn will re-
Tin ki IMlrt for a Republic. Ainlersuu will U lakmi Into rutiod)
. , .. , , within Iho nest day or two.
Tim AiihIm of a (Jaarler of Mil. ,.....,, , ., , . .....
" 'II ascertained Friday thnt iMv-
..ii Min Mill l llraily for Um , menu of mock Into Canada ato do-! mala In the city until hU successor
IMdh) .Mondm, ailmlillrtliMi1u,Ml M i""1 'v "' Intt-r. arrival.
'Mlotial boundary Hun. and thin. It U1 It wa atatad thin morning that the
,im Mmle believed, nriotinU for tlir fact that I board would comunlcata with a alia
I'1" Vmiiotivir oltlina havii not iiiadit later at present In Nabraaka, aad who,
"' arrest It la aiiiiui-il that llrl.T II U uKpcrtrd, will bo railed here.
t a mm Aiiuaraon, kiwi uieir noises, are.
II. I.iilillr I Italaml I'"''' quarantine nt one of thn
u Unit"! I'reas Hervlre 'l'Hiil of fiitry bIoiik the Canadian
0 I'AHIH, Del. & Tlm residents U""
f of ihi Turkish liland of Hamoa Hlu-rlfT llmm , nw on the trail I
0 liifr drrlared for a republic. of the two men, and In the morning
s'l' V Hlone, Mho U thn attorney for)
MMMM "'" r""lll,,r" "f " fugitives, will
j ' niitp io niit me aiiprirr in trae.'
llilimml l lewder "' '' nun Mr Hlone will attend a
ineeiiiiic oiwie nmi anil kbiiio corawl.MVi:i.l. KNOWN ATTOHXKV WILL
slmi In Portland on Monday, and wll ..,.,., ,.... .....
en o on north I """' "" --s.i- r
STONE WILL DE
'rlrate Car of Democrat la In
Cnltad I'reaa Sarvlce
, OMAHA, Nab., Oct. C Wood-
row Wllaon'aiprlvata car ni
aldn-awlptd bf a freight car la
the Cedar Uapldi (Iowa) yarda.
Iho obnervatlcn waa wreckad,
but no on Waa Injurad. Tba '
craah did not fcwakra tba daaio- w
STORY IS NAILED
YE66S MAKE A
HAFF.. OF THF. MKTOOIOIATA.N
I.IFK IMHVRANCi: COMFANV IX
MAX FKANCWO IH BLOWN
OIK AND $Sff,000 HKC'URKI)
Blled !''( fertile
FOKIA Oct 5 Tweiity.ne hun',(
CffJ lliilcarlaiii, under thn command
if the brloiid, Hnudanaky, burned
t'i TurVlih harrncka at Onrhuniava.
AiumKHs tiii: mkmiikiim
tiii: i:gi'Ai, hcffiiauk lkauvk
ttmlr Io He lleatty
llllvt l'e Hetilca
CUNSTANTU'OI'I.K. Oct. 6.U li
athorlllltly staled that Turkey
411 mublllin two armlet of 1&O.000 "
ituh Monday .I'UWKIIS AUK NI.IIIIITI.V IXJIB-
TLr Serilau uiluUtar haa demand'. ....
.1 that the ...tt.n aurrendcr the Kl " THK OIAXTH
tiiintllan of war which have been U'll.l, I'l-W IIKIHI.AXDKRN IX
I'Ut-d, rnlp (ho demand U mat
llblu lornly.four houra diplomatic
I litlunt will be aeverad. i ' '
MoW iiiiuhe.i In the window at ' ",l,1 ,,rc "'r
I e lullan, HuUarlan and llreek le- NKW YOHK. Ort. 6 The National
I u today and American Iraiura cloied thla af-
- ternoou llardurr of llonton today)
WIImhi Km lloalr Wra Injured hla rlnitrr which waa frac
I .ill. J Pre.. Fervlc tured recently, Doyle of the (ItanU,
AMKH Iowa, Oct. fi. Woodrow who waa aplked Thuraday, U not aerl-
Wllion u rn route Weil today, lie nualy Injured
kill tnrrt llryan In Lincoln at a rally The (llanta will play the IllahUnd.
It be belli tonliht. era Monday.
The flral of a aerlea of addreaiaa to
I be delivered hy prominent Klamath
('alia men on the aubjact of equal auf-
frno lll bn by C. F. Hlone to the
.menibera of the league In the library
.Mr. Htnno la heartily In sympathy
Ith the taorvment for "votea for wo
Other Klamath FalU sun will be
Invited to addreaa other meetings to
bv held before election day.
Secretary of Union is
Charged with Treason
federal Prosecutor Declares that a
Defendant in the Dynamiting
Told of Grimes to Save Self
TO BE HEARD
ItCI'OftT THAT WHKKI.KR HAN
HKII'FKO IN DF.NIKD
Former lrputy Nherfff aad WHaeaa
In I lie draft Gaaea la Now aalT
hrru. Hut WHI Hrtara to Thla CHjr
la About a Moath He U la Ooaa
munlratloa With Frteada In Ttda
'l lie J I'lie Sen Ice
HAN PIIANCISCO, Oct. C Yegg
men blew open Iho aafe of the Metro
polltaa Life Inaurance company taxt
night and got fJG.OOO.
The Janitor dlaoovered the robbery
when he opened up tba office thla
morning. There la ao cine to the
BY U.S. MARSHAL more BEER IS
MADE IN U. S.
fu.' uiTinn tw uivnimn n
MXqUKXTA IH ADVOCATED BV
JUVF..MLK Jl'IMiK IN THE PORT
LAND COCRTH .
PORTLAND, Oct. 6 New atataoda
of handling Juvenile delinquency ara
discussed In the retxirt of the Jbv.
f.lle Court for Hoptember. The oB-'
cera give figure to abow that far
more caaea were dealt with oat of
tourt than In. While 43 young of
fenders faced the Judge at the bar of
Justice during the month, 74 other
Amrm Ammtt J.ltt In arinii. bfkm Va.
-I.W -.-. -U .U . B.IUU WBja U .
Juvenile Officer White and bla aaaUt-'
ante without being given a public I
TIIK IXHfBflKXT OKXERAL
TftKXCHKH HIH FOHCfW
Aided by Federal Treoaa, Aa4eaM
Wla a Victory aad Caatara taa
Leader of the K-hil Ifw Aaaar
Icaaa Are Killed aad Ms We
The Fetteml. Laat Aaaat IM!
Itehrl toa I'aka
ynlted I'reaa Service
XKAItl.Y N,wOS,7IS.08e UALIX)XH
OF TIIK FLUID FHODCCTID IN
THK WOULD IX IOIO, AXDMOHT
OF IT rOXHUMKD
Frlenda of James II. Wheeler are
highly Indignant over a story which
appeared In the coming paper In
al'rrt that Mr. Wheeler haa "skipped"
tin immirv in orCer to eacape ap
pearing aa a witness against men
who were recent I r indicted by the
-KATI2 IXVMTIOATION OF CAM
I'AKIX (XIXTIUIICTIOXN WILL
I'HOIIAIILY UK COXCI.UDKD HK
rOIIK KI.KCTIOX DAY
INDU.N'ACOI.IU, Ind., Oct. 6. It double crossed McManlgal and the
I unrirtaln whether or not United union. The prosecutor demanded that
miles Dl.irlcl Attorney Miller will llockln stand up. He obeyed, flush.
HKlude bla Mnteuiont of the chargea Ing.
ln.t tlm labor laadora today. Hard Pointing nt the iiccuaed. Miller
ilnliimeiit for the defense, will ahputed:
much briefer, "Thai man double-crossed McManl-
uovrriiiiii'iil wltnessea nru arriving gat and tlio Union. I'll tell you later
l how ho conveyed the Information to
I tin federad building, Incriminating
hla associate while aeeklug to save
himself. I will show how ho double-
Miller declared that Iho regular
J'lf (ho Iron Horkera received for
)mltlnK was im. per Job. He
"ttodthiu Hecrelary llockln had
iille.l l'lt-. .Sriu
WA8IIINOTON, D. C, Oct. G.
The member of Iho senatorial lave
llantliiK committee conferred today
and arranged for nest week'a heat
t'ougreasmau McKlnley of Illinois
will testify Monday, Mrllarg and Dan
llanna will be heard Tueaday, Arch
bold. Illlles. Charles Taft, I'crkln.
Ilcarut, McAdoo and Munaey will tea
llfy later. ,
Senator Clapp hope to cloa the
Inquiry bofore election day.
United I'ruas Service
WASHINGTON, D. C. Oct. 6.
Nearly 3.003.7 4 C.000 gallons of beer
waa the world's production In the.
year 1910, according to a report to
the state department froaa Consul
llelngartner at Liege, Uelglum, quot
ing figure from the "Action Ecoao-
mlque." Of thl enormou amount
?,V!D,000,000 gallons were consumed
darlaavtbe aame period. ...
The United State occupied first
place among tho beer-producing coun
tries, with an output of I.IOK.OIO,
377. Germany waa aecond. with.
l,703,f,l(o gallons, manufactured
by 13, tie brewerlea. Oreat Britain
ranked third and Auatrl-Hunaarr Is'
The method of aettllng the caaea, WASHINGTON. D. C, Oct. 6.
out of court la recommended. The de- Four Americans were killed aad aU
linqutnt children are taken to their were wounded In a battle wHa Nlear
home by the officer aad there the uuan rebel at Coyataaa jreataraar.
matter la arranged ao that no pub- About too federals wera alaa kHlad.
Ilclty I given It. For the flral of.) News of the battle waa raaatiad
fense the child Is shielded from d-hore today la a cablegraai fraaa M.
grace, and la not given taa opportunl-Chamorro, mlnlater of ferataja alatra
ty to pose aa a hero before hla com-' of Nicaragua.
Pinions for having been in court. General Zeledon'a rebel amy wa
Of the 43 children who were routed and 55ledon waa captarad Bear
trought Into court for trial, 18 wereaya. He waa wounded aad died
boya and 17 girls. Five more were oa ftr nl captur.
there for aecond or subsequent of-f Americana under Admiral South
fenaes. Seven bad committed bur- and Nlcaraguaa federal troop
glary, four larceny and four had been i participated. The rebel casualties ara
guilty of acu of Immorality.. Nine
were sentenced to the Frailer home.
seven to other charitable Institution,
one to the reform school, two to the
Home of the Good Shepherd aad the
other were paroled or. glvea tbelr
friedom on probation.
The Big Gaines will be
Reported by the Herald
Arrangements Made to Publish the
Daily Detailed Accounts of the
World's Championship Games
The worlil'a baseball championship
'Jt buwee., ti,u Now York (llanta
" "i lloslon Hod Box will bo w
rtM ln detail by The Herald. Ar
menth were completed thl
" has been decided by the repre
sentative of the big league to start
the game promptly at 3 o'clock. Al
lowing for tho difference In time be
tween tho Atlantic coast and thl city,
there will be ample tlm to give tho
final results to The Herald reader,
together with detailed Information
gathered by the corps of special
writers engaged especially by the
United Press for the occasion,
UXt'LK HAM'H CAVALRY IB UP
AGAINST HKRIOUb FROBI.KM
IIKCAUHK OF TIIK HHOKTAQK
Culled I'reaa Uervlce
WABHINOTON, D. C. Oct. 6.-
Uncle Ham's cavalry Is up against the
problem of another "horse famine."
Tlio Second and Fourth cavalry
regiments, which have Just returned
to tho United 8tatea from tho Philip
pines, have had to bo entirely re
mounted because a disease made It
Impossible for the regiment to bring
back their mounts from tho Islands.
The remount stations which sup
ply horses for the cavalry arm have
been almost stripped bare of service
able mounts, and It there should be
any additional demands for horses
tho government might have to go out
and buy horses la tho open market
Owing to tho activity of the Hex
loin rebel ou' the border, the de
mand for cavalry have been largo.
county gTand Jnry'on graft charge.
Deputy United Bute Marahal Beaty,
who la credited with having furnished
the paper with the facta on which the
aitlcle wa based, declared thla morn
ing that he had not given the paper
any such Information.
' I told the Northwestern reporter'
last night that Wheeler wa in Can
ada." said Mr. Ileatty. "I did not aay
that Wheeler Intended staying In the
far north. All of the Information
that I have concerning the where
ntiouta of Wheeler came from the
alierlft'a office here. I do not enjoy
!...lng my statemenU ao twisted aKraULAR IU.PUBUCA.N XOMI.
to make a Iter out of me." S NORKSMU.N
As a matter of fact, Wheeler ha I
Wen In constant communication with ' w IW- UK lvv T"K ruaM '
friends In thla city. He Is not In HTATK OF CALIFORNIA
r.rillsh 'Columbia, aa elated by thei
taornlug paper, but U In Alberta. Hla(ll(i.,i i.re-, 8,rvic
Zeledon refused goathlaad'a de
mand to surrender, aad eatreaeaed
hla army on a bill near Ceyotepa. The
Americana aad federal deployed em
two sides, the rebel fighting deeper
atelyf Two hundred of Ue federal
werc'wosHiaaa. jj lyt
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct I. A ftre
TWO PARTIES HE
which broke out at o'clock tal
morning in the PacMe Oil aad Load
work, I being fought by the whole
Dre department. Twenty men nar
rowly escaped with their Uvea from
the rapidly spreading name.
' CMTFD KT4TKN MFVATOIt MAKtti I '", e,llB,,a al "
lMIM' TA"' HK.NATOR MAKhM ceed i00(0oo. The aame structure
AXX0UXCI-:MKXT OF HIS AC waa deetroyed in 1J. when for Ave
CKPTA.NCK OF -FOPLXAR GOV llly th" tn !' " Hh
tain letter to Deputy Sheriff John
Schallock waa from Hardeaty, Alta..
and wok received here September SI.
In this letter Mr. Wheeler write
IIirI he wilt probably return to thl
c!i : In about a month. Omitting mat
ttia of buslneaa In which Mr. Wheeler
la engaged with Mr. Schallock, the
letter la as follews:
"Hardeaty, Alta., Sept. 34, 1313.
'.Mi John Schallock. Klamath FalU:
"IK-ar Friend Well John, I have
cot ubout 900 miles up In Canada.
Huvo reen aome very fine wheat coun
try, the beat I have evor seen. They
ralho from 10 to 60 bushels of wheat
to the acre and from 80 to 110 bush
el of oata to the acre.
Where 1 am now la a stock coun
try, and a One one. too. Stock win-
iConUnutd on Page 4)
RICH STORE IS
SOLD TO REIDY
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 5. Th
Vaftltea are organising at the St. I
Francis hotel thla afternoon to uorn1
Inate candidate for congress.
The progressive ar organising
ut the Palace hotel for the aame pur
pose. Daniel Ryan wa chosen state
chairman and Charlea Detrlcn of Sau
Klamath Chapter No. 35, Royal
SALEM, Ore., Oct. 5. After u pe- Arch Masons, will meet In regular
tltloa signed by almost 16,000 voters convocation tonight at 7:30.
had been Hied with Secretary of Stato
Den W. Olcott, Jonathan Bourne. Jr., IHxtor at the Fort
today accepted the Independent nom- Or. Andrew A. Soule U vlsuiag In
inatlou for re-election aa United, the city today. He recently removed
States senator. He will run aa the from Montague, Calif., to Fort aUam
"liopular government" candidate. ah. where he haa established odacea.
Agitators Clash With
Citizens in Lawrence
Mayor Threatens to Rid City of Un
desirables even if He Has to Hire
a Train to Take Them Away
TO MAKK TIUVKLIXG OX KAIL
ROAD TRAIXH HAFKR, IXVKXT
OHS OK81KGK THK IXTKK8TATK
I'nllcd I'reaa Service
LAWRENCK, Mass., Oct. S Street
'fights between tho Industrial Work-
Ia tt ttiA Wnvlit nri thj.lt. aiimlM
have been numerous here today oa a
reault of the cltltens' meeting at
CUTTLK MORTOAC1K HELD RV
W. P. JOHNSON IS SATISFIED
IIV HID OF B10 MOB IS ON
Tho L. D. Rich shoo stock, recent
ly attachod, waa aold by th sheriff
thin morning to satisfy a chattel
:nortage hold by W. P. Johnson for
Sr-.tOn. I M. Reldy waa the highest
bidder, with an offer of 13,810.
Rich's store was closed up several
weeks ago when he was charged with
having too many wives. He la now
at liberty pa 31,000 bonds, having
been Indicted by tbeJoepalne coun
ty grand Jury.
ganlse vigilante committees.
Mayor Scantuti promise to "rid
Lawrence or agitator," even la be la
forced to hire special trains to take
The Industrialists are today wear
whlch.the Industrialists' parade were Ing American flag, aad showing evl-
deaounced. Threats are mado to or- dence ot respect.
..i i u t li i -i-fi i , i--ea-tss-staaasss
WA8HINGTON, U. C. Oct. 6.
Hundreds of model of freak device
to make railroad travel more aafe
ire being tumbled from the dusty
helves of the interstate commerce
commission to it new building. Theso
models were submitted during an an
cient Inquiry of th commission Into
tho use ot block algnuls. Some are
practical, some freakish, and some ut
Among the models Is a passenger
car, guaranteed not to telescope in a
wreck. The car ends are sharply
curved, Instead ot square. The In
ventor forgot to calculate what would
happen to passengers If the oar waa
shunted to one side and avoided tele
With the many models to a small
mountain ot blue prints, Ink draw
Ing and photograph all adding to
Uncle Sam'a scrap heap.
Church Workers are
Taken Into Custody
Charge is Made Against Two Promi
nent Chicago Men Because They
Possessed Bawdy Houses
United. Press Sen lee '
CHICAGO, Oct. 5. The first sen
sational arrest In the vlco crusad
that 1 now la progress hare occurred
today, when Harrison Riley, tho mil
lionaire president ot the Chicago Title
and Trust company, and Justin, BaH.
secretary of the same laoMtwttea.
were taken into custody. T'
BoUi of the accused are premiaeat1
church worker. They are charged
with renting a house for Immoral