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The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, October 07, 1912, Image 1

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flevcnth Year No. i,HT
KLAMATH FAI.LH. OIUMJON, MOMMY, OCTOBKR T, IMS
Price Five Cents
Labor Leader Confesses Part in Dynamite Outrages
Sneak Thief Continues his Operations in Local Stores
EDWARD CLARK
AND M'MANIGAl
IN SAME CLASS
RANCHER WINS PAISLEY TO HAVE WILSON SAYS HE MINING MEN
A TEXAS GIRL NATIONAL BANK IS CHAMPION OF
0R6ANIZE0 LABOR
llt'OII ). WKll. AND MIHH Al.ll.'i: -TOW.NHITK COMPANY TAKKH A
PoUKl.t. AIIK MAIIHIKI) AT THK I.KAIIINO PART I.V THK OIUJAN
IIAPTIHT CHURCH I.KAVK l.ATIO.V OK IIANKINO FACIM
11)11 I.AKKVIKW TIKM FOR THK TOWN
LUMBER CARGO GUNMEN TRY TO
COME TO CITY IS RECOVERED ENTER NEW YORK
SUPREME COURT
The rulmltiMlon of a rumauce ',,,,y , to hat a national bank.
hleli had !( Inception In Tea v- jy. the t-sks County Kxamlner. rudlitali Ouealr Avows HI
labor leaning Point to
IlillMMt M'HINKHM AOKNT OF
DMIIN CIIANUKM PI.KA
I
""" irrnl year, men occurred In tliU city President Halley of the Northwest
..r.l..nOnrflmlMri..liit.rt(iiUy n(((i ug ( Wr(( n.wnalu. company king the iaJ
v . f .1.1 i !.. i.'M,ni I'nuri . ... '" nrxnnliltiK tli hank, which It In
So '1'U"'",'"'-r,Wr'MoMr,M..IAII.l'.m,.,rn.1nU,Mln.r.iM(t.(, mM 0lcn tarntln. t.
n,IUn.IU Oilier IMfnriaUilaK nt tlir llaptUl rhurrh by ltc. J. .. ,nuiy ut. Kour of tlio flv dlr.it-
Xnw Krrwi l H Vcrjr Uneasy Ovrr"' llrcndel .r m be rlllteu. of Paisley.
'. .. . f ... Ml.. l'oell arrived In the city yes- "W.i do not Intend to make ill..
""0u' il-rd,, BMnm. frnm T,,.. m..Hnk ''" ,,ou'" 'r "' nf ,'r
wan met at the train by Mr Wral
illfj CUM pi-mir
INIUANAI'OUH, Ind., Oct. 7 Kd
DKMOCIIATIC t'A.N'RIRATK HCOItKH '
TAFT AND TKDDY
HKPHKHKNTATIVIM FROM THK
NKW CAMP OF HIGH MHADK
COMK TO KLAMATH FAI.I.H TO
INTKHKHT LOCAL CAI'lTAL
the
(..million of lite Wool Industry la
l.aMrrnre Answer Tail' Charge
That laborers Will KipariMK
lUiay Daj
In order to Interest local capital In
I'nloalthe lllfh (Irade dlttrlct east of hare,
where lorao rich strikes have been
IIAHOK HITH A HUNKKN LOO OX
THK I'PPKH LAKK AM) IH HCII-
MKHAKI) CAIUJO
HKCOVKRKD
HAH BF.KX
I
Aa a reault of striking a sunken
loir, a barge ot lumber being towed
by the
1IKCKKR THIAJ, M mtAtOWm A
TKR HOMK DKLAT
allcan Navlatlon company'a 'Trouble I. Had i. Kerhqi
I'UUIIM), Colo., OcL 7. WlUoa
i nteri'rlM," aald Mr. Ilalloy, In
.onk iik to an Kiamlner man. Uol.nnW. hr it.u mnrnln. Ha will
t'ounty Clerk l Up a aiHN-l . r(, )n 1P InllU huclnwi, and natlunul IUQak In Colorado Sprlngi thla nfter-
i lit. iiiu nr fiiiinipii ! iiiiirn in ikbiiii .. .. i ..bu.i ..i ....a..u . i...i . i . . . . . . .
IJ? T.ll l .. Iei". r "r,n"- M"' '""r ,"" W,-d"" ,V" B b"rf,,w a" ,"" ,non,,y "C uct'r c.Vd h.t ...I... ha. to.
'"! !""" i ' 1 .J , , . . "Mr"BOI,,r " ',,r'0"""1' anJ ,h,i mul. w,tn c go borrowing, at A u,mng the employer to demand that
ft.rt ktw i n a rharge of being m. lnorB, Mr and Mr.. Wral left for ,,,r Ccnl )n rhlladrlphla. We belktf c-mploye. .upport T.ft under the
fuM It. uun.er.ua dynamiting UkM,.w, fcnoll Uank lrrfl J,,,, llelp Ui wk "t that iZr U lo.e their Job!
. through., the country, thl. Mr. w, ,, ., ,,,, r,ncllrr , ,hfM ,iUD(lroil ww ,,,. "
N.lac rh.i.ge.1 hi. plea rom not , foWi V..r ,, ,, ,JOi000 ,CIr. of ,. T,u Md
Itily t guilty He h been the ,M Me mr n toMnM wh h '
.lc... .(.nt of the Iron Worker Th w.man'a Cl.rl.lla.i Temper- Mo , rr,n,.. A bank I greatly1 Nrtl.er underUke. to aet mo-
Ul00, r" Un'un will hold their regula.(llt..drl at Paliley. Mr. Ilalley ayn0p.)ly aalde. Their propoaal U that
Wh.n emit niwiieU till, morning meeting Tueaday. October nth. at they will be ready to receive .ub.crlp-ltbe .orernmenl be admlnlatered b a
Itnade recently, Charle. II. Pulton and .launch Oakland was submerged In
the Upper J.nko Saturday afternoon
and waa abandoned. The barge' was
loaded with 32,000 feet oT Inmber
deatlned for Pelican Bay.
At the office of the Klamath Oe
.. . . t.t... k , volopment company this afternoon It
come Intereated In the Sun.hlne. and ,w" tad1 "00 '' .f. ?.' K'nlud
tliituKAB a aiV KaLv aJnaiAaiil leal nllil
the work of developing the property
l going along entirety satl.factory.
II. X. Dawson are In the city. They
have brought with them apeclmens of
ore taken from the property of the
Sun.hlne Mining company, where the
.trlke was made which gave the camp
Ml. name. High Orade.
(irmatl Jury to InviUkjati the
(l.argr Agvlnst the Pellfe At
ten.pt of Couawel to Bacuro Balaf
for Former FoUce Oflker U WH
owt Avail
: JO p m at the home of Mr.. II. H. nn, within thirty days day., after
.tlrlg.by. Klevonth and llu.h .treeU.jH,. pipflr. am. recclyed from Wash
'I Incton.
C ttk ut beside l.'nlted Hlal. Mar
itil fkbml.ll Dltlrlct Attorney Mil
kr announced that Clark drtlred to
time hit plra, The ladle, ot the llaptlit church'
TneprUonrr .t.md up at the cm.pw rve a chicken dinner In tho
" H'e urt and changed hi library basement on election day,
iConllmird mi I'oge 4)
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TiiMiloy, N.ivoiilber Sth.
TTTTi TB.
Hector's Store is Scene
of Burglars9 Activities
Thieves Enter Place by Way of a
Rear Window and Secure Many
Articles. Safe Not Touched
Tlir Hector department atore was
t 'k'n Into litt night and numerous
t'lltlci of value stolen. The police
h'r are working on aome clu.a left
Uhlnd.
Ibe tohbery wn discovered this
Bernini by Mr Hector when he open
1 Ik lore, A rear window was
Ma, and an Inve.llgatlnn revealed
"Hm nf a .ult of clothes, a tray of
'"I I'lin. A pair of kUmi belonging
: on cl tin. r,.f Kh, Mrs, l.undy, and
" tiiniu frnm n pair of glasses he-i
'ling to niiolhf r rlerk. MIm Jim.. '
probablo Hint other artlcUt were Imiin and a
r 'n "
The window waa openetl by means
of an Imprnvl.ed "Jimmy," which wna
left on the scene. It a. a piece ot
Iron from the brake of a boi car.
The cash register was broken open,
hut nothing Mas secured, as the rash
hnd been transferred to tho .afe upon
tho cloilng of buliuM Knliirday even
lui. No attempt Mas mndo lit break open
the safo.
rfl. ...la tf kIaIIius klnlan kail Itsxrt
IIIU Bill ill IM'llll'l PIWIVII lU a" j
vlccteit HmurJay ug by n local tiff.
deposit hud bteo paid
WILLIS SEEKS TO
RECOVER (0,000
ACTION UV FURNITURE DKALKR
WII.I. IIK IIKARD IIV 1VOGK
IIKNHON DUItlNti TKRM OF
COURT IN IjAKKVIKW
An echo ot the criminal charge on
which I.. Willis was acqulttod by a
Jury In thla city recently will be.heaid
by Judge lUnson at LakevUw dining
the present trm ot court there, when
the ca.e of the Willis Furniture com
(any agaln.1 the Horticultural Fire
Keller company of Salem la taken M'.
Mr. Willie' ator we destroyed by
tire In Ukevlew last February nnd
In an effort to collect the Insurance It
vk charged that he bad comnT.ttod
iirrjury. He waa tried here ind ac
quitted. An action ha now been
itarted against the Insurance compa
ny to recover ,000 Inaurauc.
W. Ulr Thomnaon of Ukevlew
and J. C
Is.
rill
bosrd ot trustee. The only
left Is the rivalry aa to who
the president ot the board."
Quoting Taft that "It Wilson Is
electud tho worklngaen will exper
ience rainy days," the speaker declar
ed that the worklngmen are already
experiencing rainy daya. He pointed
to tho condition. In the Lawrence I
wool Industry.
"When I say thai, monopoly must
be broken," he said, "I consider my
self the champion ot organised labor."
ifnnnp than. I.Baf aavfaaar nf nrkhnMri ll-A
W. I Heryford. J. I). Heryford. Felix " before tonight
Oreen, W. Lair Thompson, K. A. Fits
Patrick and F. M. Miller.
M flat !. m
lumber had been recovered last night,' .., -,. - . , .
and It was expected that the balancel NEW Y0RK 0ct 7," Th ""
of tho cargo of the barge would b-l'''r Po"c LUuUnnnt Bk wm
'aurted today, iter evernl kwn of
'delay. A score of pollfsnmi eject sl
.FIONKKR POP
OOKH TO RKHT1
a number of Kaat 8le gun
and
(other trying to ester the court roam
Cnlted Pre Service ' Justice OoCt denied Mclntyre' nio
TOl'EKA. Oct. 7. Wm.'A. Pteffer, ' Hon to postpone the trial. It to ex-
former Kan populist senator, andlpected that It wlll take. several houra,
Merrill People Wed
The marriage ot Miss Stella M.
Durham and Roy U. Cooper was sol-
emnuea l ne nonn oi .ie uriuee. ... ... .1. , . ,
parenu, Mr. and Mr. T. M. BurhnmJ J"d tt fWltat party, dto4 atto lect a jury,
in u.r,m B.t..,.v -.i. h.v Chenola. Kan... today of old age.
m aw...... www..j .-.VH.OT. .--.
Anderson oSlelated.
Ilooarvett to Tewr
ilte.t I'm. 5rvlce
NEW YORK. Oct. 7- Colonel,
School Bead la Hurt
While 'en route from thla city to1
Lakevtew Saturday on hi motor cycle Roosevelt conferred with Dtaart, Per
State Superintendent of 8chooU Al-'klns and Strauss thl morning. . tie
derman wo thrown from hi mach!newlll start thla afternoon on an It-day
and his leg was broken. He waa tak-itour through the Middle Western
en to Lakov'.-tw for treatment. I elates.
HUGE MACHINE
BEING MOVED
OAHOMNK KXCAVATOR OF HKC-
I.AMATION NKRVICK IH IIKINU
WORKKD TO rULI. OAPACITV
ON PROJKOr
Bonanza People Pay
Contractor for Work
The big gaiollne excavator of the
reclamation service I being moved to
day from near the T. K. Griffith ranch
to a point ucross the main drain.
Although the dlitanro from the place
BREEN GETS HIS
CASE DISMISSED
LAKKVIF.W LIVKRYMAN WAHTRK
i
VICTIM OF A PLOT DY IlKD
SKI.VH. IH IIRLIKF CHAROK
IH NtKT 8UIWTAXTIATKI) '
. - iLawSuitin Which Klamath County
At,llUf WM .-7e'IV. '- w
the office of United States District
Attornoy McCourt, the charge ot sell
ing liquor to an Indian which was re
cently preferred ngalnst Con Ilreeni
was dismissed by United States Com-(
mlssloner Ferguson this afternoon. A school meeting was hold Satur- C'cuuty Hank atulnst the School Dhv
It Is claimed that there waa no day In nonania, to rasa on tho eon- trlct No. S, tried last month, held It
t..l..l. .I.l - kslsnsA An cYtu In nfTnof lift 1 Xhto nt nn Petal rlM nnt
.- e..d ..ainstlldUUIB VIKIIU IWf WUMVU wm mv m.vmvv.u-m . -, w. .... Hw
Bank was Plaintiff is Finally
Settled to Satisfaction of All
foundation
llreen, who Is a livery stable keeper
at Lakevlew, It appear that three
Indians became Intoxicated while on
a visit to Lakevlew, and were ar
rui,H hv thn muntcloal authorities.
In order to escape Jail, It Is said, the
redskins concocted the story Implicat
ing Mr. Dreea.
school building erected In 1907. pay the debt, and the meeting voted
The district had Issued a warrant, to pay the contractor, R. K. Watten
but the same not being properly sign- burg, the balance ot $1,660, and a
ed by the chairman of the board, .now warrant was properly Issued to
Judge ncnion In the ca.e of Klamath him.
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COS
TIS
BE
HANGED
UMIWXA WOMKN TO HKNIl OUT
niHTMIIH UIUIINO THK HUP
ItlllT III' MOVKMKNT TO KK.
TAIIMHH PIIODUCK K.XCIIAMIK
l'ASAIl:.VA, Cftllf,. Oct. 7.AI a
' lilersnioof i.nirers of tho Southern
'"("ruin sinlo Federation of Wo
' Clubs in Pasadena. It was
"M to lend to all women of tho
' circulars urging thorn to up
r, mov"ent to ostabllili a pro
!, f'wlsslon for the purpose of
"""'n. tho high cost of living.
Kr. ..; iin wect or upianu,
' . J. Water of l.o Angelas,
; 0 u '.nun or Ainamnra, Mrs.
.',,; "" of Lo AngeUs and Mr.
'"'ft ll.rlw..n .... ..... . ......
.. ,., --v.. Him niu Anna noes
" "U city.
NDIAN
CHARGED
Mhern the machine now Is to whero
Rutenlc and i. 8. Kent of tho new work will be started la but a
ihls city are attorneys for tho plats- jcouple of hundred yard, It Is neces-
Tsary to move tho hugo machine over Juiige nensoa lieaves
aooui live ini.ee ui te.i.kui. v- .... ..-..--, t
Mra. T. J. Ford of Salem I visiting Tho excavator will be continued In ling for Lakevlew. where he wilt hold
W. J. Colbert on operation a tongas possimewis win- m lerm oi cuur. n wt. . .(
ter. Two shifts are employed. i.e win oe gone iiioui two weens
NDIAN
her sister, Mra.
Kast street.
AGED
MOURNS DEATH
BIG TEAMS ARE
READY TO PLAY
ASSAULTING GIRL
HTAM.KV PKDHO IH ARRK8TF.D
AT CIIIMMiUIN AND HltOUOIITJ
TO TIIIH CITV -WII.I. UK TAK-,
K. TX) POHTIiAM)
Charged with a statutory offeiiie,
Btnnloy Pedro, an Indian, was arrest-
od at Chlloquln Sunday by Deputy
United States Marshal Dually, and
brought to this city. He la now being
held In (he county Jail, but will bo
taken to Portland tomorrow, unless
he gives bond.
Soldiers Resent Being Called
Thirteen Dollar a Month Boys
Pioneer Sergeant of Recruiting Company is in the Hos
pital Battling for Life While Tiburon Toughs are
Confined in Jail Awaiting the Result of Injuries
ICHIKF JOHN OF THK PIUTK IN-IkKCRKT PUACTICK IH HKU BY
WAN TRIIIK CARRIRS FI.OWKR8 THK IIOHTON CLUIV HOOTKRH
1 TO THK OKAVK OF IIIH UK. ACCOMPANY THK TRAM TO
PARTKI) 8QUAW NKW YORK
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The face ot Chief John ot the Piute'. United Pre Serrtee
United Press Service
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 7. Ser
..nt Pstrlck Durkan of the Twenty-
eighth company of general service In
Pedro, It la claimed, wm employed fantry I dying her today '
on tho ranch of Henry Jackson on autt or a oarroo- .. ";"-"
the Indian reservation. It wm while Harry Whlrland and gam Bixtsrliv
he wa employed there that It charged been arrested and held pending tho
he MMulted on of Jackson'a duugh- outcome of Burkan Injury,
ter. Tn fl,hl ,tMUd
mo'n under arreit referred to a grout)
of soldier a "thirteen dollar a
month boy."'
Sergeant Durkan I wall known to
a number of Klamath Fall men who
have during the past nfteen'or twenty
year served In the United States
army.
"He wm a daring man whan I
knew blm," said one Klamath Falls
ex-aoldter when shown the foregoing
dispatch this afternoon. "Ho was
not a man to Mk trouble, bui when
he happened to meet up with any he
wm Invariably 'there with the goods.'
"Burkan dm been In the service a
I Indian tribe waa aeen In Lakevlew
'last week, says the Ukevlew Exam
iner, ho having come over from l.'s
reservation allotment In Klamath
county.
John aaya, "Two year more me
own 'em land; be heap rich then."
Despite hi many long years ut
hardships, Indian John I a character
of amaslng conception and one ot a
deeply sympathetic nature, always
ready In hi odd and humble way to
console one who Is In trouble.
Last spring when ba lost.hl squaw,
Maggie, John suffered the lots keen
ly, and hi moanlag ware pltable.
And now whenever a funeral takes
BOSTON, Oct.- 7. The llnal neae-
tlco ot the Red Sox occurred this
morning at Fenway park. It wulii'
secret. The team started for New
(York at 1 o'clock thl afternoon. A'
I number ot rooter accompanied them.
good many yMr, and wm one ot the i place and John t here he may be seen
moat popular aou-commlMloa omotra carrying flowers, usually In a rugged
la thn Went" 'cm, to Majjfert ewt. --.
QUaU and KbifeUider
NKW YORK, Oct. 7. Arrange- (
menu hare, been completed, for th
Olanta - Highlanders practice gam
this afternoon. $ t J
The sale of upper grandstand seat.
and boxes will occur late, today.
One man arrived at the 0flo
grounds at midnight. Two tbouMnd
people were In Una' nt daylight for
the general admission sale, -which
opena tomorrow
The management ot the OlanU la
confldent.
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