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KLAMATH KAIJ. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER w. IMS
PHea, Viva Cans
Baseball Champions Mix Until Darkness Intervenes
Court Decides Against What is Called Charitable Trust
IKS PUT OUT IINVESTURS PAN IESTATE OF MRS.
OF COMMISSION ' THEIR OWN GOLD; BAKER EDDY IS
MANY ENEMIES
)io.vt:.:iiuan ami: an.miii.
' UTI.I AT r'HONTIKII
Lifttf Nlulalrr lVf CoMUnllMupir
ltd U Kiprcteat Ttaat IIm llv
raerautlie of Krrvte and Halgarl.i
Will follow Hull A MUM of War
a Ann llrportr.1 la Ktist I Un
RtHua Mute
NOW
COURTS
i
lilies I'rsi flrrttra
LONDON, Oct. , tllcbe r
itlied he from Conitsntlnoplo y
nst (ore of Montenegrins tiiat
iroMl th Turklah border bat been
tulMUted,
War Estate
filled I'rm 8rvlce
U.IX)X, Ort. . A telegram la
lU inxk vidianc (ran I'arU say.
I'll UMUto hat been received u
tvatclag tli aeveraac of diplomatic
itUlloai tot ten Servla, Ilulgarls
14 Turkey A data of war eslits.
Mlaletet Lain Turkey
PAfllfl, Oct. . Dlapatcae recelv
H lire lody (( that the Ureeh
tilaMir tin left Conatsnllaopte. Tta
TMK IIM'IIKMCNTATIVKM Or IIKJM
UIIADK MINIMI COMPANY OF.
FKIl PIIOOI' OP VAI.UIC OK THK
i'iioi-i:nrv oii'Kitui roil kai.kI r,,LHT vvsu ov w.ooo,ooo.ooo m
IIKCI.AIIKD VOID
inn uui'iun niperienc of "pin
ning" one' o n gold li tioltiK offered
proapeUltr Klamath Kail Inveiiora
by repreaeututlve of the Hunahlnc
lllgh (lrdn Mining company, who aro
lu Ilia clir for thn puri)o of inter-
eitlng loral capital In Hip prmnotlnn
of lbs company Office hvi bin no
cured on Mala alrret, near Klftb, and
lha regulation equipment nf a pro,
(lector I placed at Ilia dlapoaat of
Iboao who are Internated In dlacover
Ing Ilia value of the ore hlch haa
been brought hare from ttio new min
ing camp of lllgh tirade,
Th property of lha Hunahlne con
lit of three ctalma located on the
California aide, but atmoat on the
Oregon line, Tho rich claim are now
being developed br Uaaera, who are
reaping rich harveal. It I the ptan
of the compaar to Inital machinery
tbla wlater and cancel all leasera'
contract.
BREEN MAY YET
FACE A TRIAL
MKKVIKW MAN IS ORDERED lO
APPKAR AT O.VCK BKPOlti:
U.MTKD NTATKN COMMISSION Kit
KMUJIHON IN THM CITY
Coa Ureen, UkavleV livery thl
hriallan Hclenc Desmmlnalloa I ""I"'0''. ' V hv lo face trial
on a charge of lelllait liquor to an
liullaa.
It wa expected that the charge
calnit Mr. flreen woo Id be dlimliaed,
At the End of Eleven Innings
of Play the Score is 6 to 6
Joseph Heaalg and wife ar la the
city today from their ranch near ells-
wick, Calif., oa their way to Fort
Klamalb, where Mr. Ileaalg go to
vlalt hi parent. Mr. Ileaalg I pre
rilssrlin and Servian mlaUUra i. Ident of Klamath Telephone and Tel-
Arretted by Ruling It I Probahlo
That Itii. State Supreme Court Will
Apiwlnt Trustee lo llaaillr the
Vaal Hum of Money the Woman
Hail Accumulated
United I'reaa Berflc
IIOSTUN, Oct. .The truat fund
of i:,000,000 created by Mr. Ilakor
Kddy, founder of the Chrlatlan Bel
enre church, for the benedt of the
denomination h been declared volj
by the Maaaachuaelt anpreme court.
Thn court illputated that a new
charitable truat had been created, and
that truiteea may ba appointed to ad
mlnlater the ame.
ItcI lo leave thli afteraooa.
Irgraph compaay.
Court Rules That Union
is Not Being
Attorney for Labor Leaden Makea
Opening Statement to the Jury
but is Slopped by the Judge
INDIAN NOW
OUT OF JAIL
IIO.WI H rTHN'ISHKD KOR TIIK
KKLKAHK KHOM CVKMMV OK
HTAM.KV PKIIKO. AKIUMTKU
IIV t'. H. AITHOHITIKH
but It now Mem that thr haa bent
a mliunderatandiaf. He ha been
nntined to appear forthwith beforn
United Htate Commtuloner Ferg.i-
on In thl city. He I expected to ar
rlro here from Lakavlew tonight.
It waa reported that th ehirgi
agalrut llreea waa to reautt of oil
taken Ideality. However, three fctt
Be for th government h cr-
rlved la the city, and they ar balng
held here pending- lb bearlag befnm
the United Rtataa commtaaloner.
Mr. Preen I at liberty on IGOO
bond.
PRINCE OF WALES
GOES TO SCHOOL
rAMI'KRED t'Kt HAN THRKK
HOOMH KOIt HIM PKRMO.VAIi VHK
AMI A IIUXC1I OK HKnVAXTH TO
TAKR CARK OF HIM
Stanley I'cdro, an Indian who haa
been confined In the county Jail for
aeveral day by the United State au
thorities on a italutory charge, haa
been releaacd on bond.
I'cdro I a prominent Indian ranch
er on the Klamath reservation, and
had no difficulty In iccurlcg th bond
required.
JEWELER LETS
THIEF ESCAPE
OKJK41 TO HEU. MKtVTKO OOM
AllOl'HBM SUHKiaONI, BUT THK
hTRANUKR OKKKHH TO HHOW
I'llOI'hRTV TO THK POI4CK
(sited Preaa Sarvtc
OXKOnU. England, Oct. 9. The
Prince of Walea. began hi unlvertlty
career today when be went Into real
dence at Msdln College. II will
itudy at Oiford for twelve, month.
and during that period he will, o
far a poeilble, live the life of an or
dinary "freahmaa."
ilia apartmeata at Magdeltn have
bees thoroughly overhauled and redecorated,
Th prince haa three room for hU
penoaal ue and there ar five rooms
for H. HsbmII, hi private tutor, an
querry and a valet.
It 1 probable that after h leave
Oiford th prlace wltl go to th aUUr
narfYy of CambrH ta- to
prevent Jeatoaiy.
Heavy Wind Interferes
With Outfielders Work
Pioneer New York Pitcher is Able to
Hold Down the Hard Hitting
Red Sox. Averages Go Up
LABOR LEADER
GOES TO JAIL
INWANAfOMB, Oct. I. Nwl
,,rf returned hi atattmeat for
U dtftai UU morning la th trial
t Ike tabor leadtra lu th federal
(curt here. He ald that th Iron.
Mkir hud been attacked.
DUlrlci Attorney Millar objected
M tn court luitalned him, aaylag;
"No labor organttalloa I being
tried her."
Harding aatd:
'Th Indictment charge the Ille
gal transportation of dynamite. We
will how that If th dynamlto wa
transported It waa by McManlgal and
th McNamara), without th knowl
edge of a tingle defondant now on
trial here."
Water Users Ask For
Some Drastic Changes
Abel Ady Tells of the Meeting Re
cently Concluded in Salt Lake.
Important Resolutions Passed
u'Hng the turning over of complel
i poriloni of government Irrigation
HoJti to ti. water uteri, and pro
'" h le of power attM i
' by th approval of th water
""directly Rctd, th meetlag
M In Salt Uk City r.cently by
ati?T0UtlvM or nMo," Wtrn and
tk !.! We,," tt wm a aUp In
" Mvancem.at of th country, ae-
k u .w to Ab,t M' ' lnd,
Itiat "" t0iV' "4 wh0 w" "
nolo m " ting of th Na
wui Federation WaUr Utera waa
m which Mr. Ady atttaded ou
' 'l trip, u WM foi0w4 by n
meeting of- th National Irrigation
congreaa. The rciolutloni adopted by
the water uiera were taken bfeor the
Irrigation congro, and wore approv
ed by that body.
A conference waa held with Con
greaimaa Bmlth of Txaa, chairman
of th congrlonal commute on Ir
rigation, and h aaaured the Intereat
ed water uer that he waa In entire
sympathy with them.
Th proposition urged in the reio
lutlon for th turning over of com
puted portion of Irrigation project
Is of pclsi Importance to the farm
ers of this section, according to Mr
Ady, u It would main a better service
at a Ism eipens.
STUDENTS WILL
TALK POLITICS
THIIKK I.KAUI.NQ CANDIDATES
KOIt THK l'HK8ll)KNCV WILL HI.'
DIHCUH8KD UV HTUDKNTS OK
THK HIGH HCHOOL
That student of th high reboot
are keeping In touch with natluiuk af
fairs I evidenced by the announce
ment that the three leading candi
date for the presidency will be dis
cussed during th chapel period, on
next Thursday, Friday and Monday
by atudenta.
Miss Alll Halls, a member of the
Junior class, will tell all about 'resi
dent Taft on Thursday. Then Theo
dore lloosevslt will be heralded by
the same speaker on the following
day. Forrest Fall will appear a tho
exponent of democracy on Monday,
and will tell the lit atory of Wood
row Wilson.
JONKH KLVDBS
AUTMOIUTDM
Although th authorities have tele
graphed to different points In Califor
nia, no word had been received her
up to a 1st hour this aftsrnoon con
cerning th apprehension of D, W.
Jones, who la wanted her on chsrge
of kidnapping bis II -year-old son.
II. B. Hoyt, former manager of the
Sparks thsater, has returned from a
visit of a few days in th Fort Klam-tttMwtrr,
l ulled I'rea Service
i'ASADKKA. Calif.. Oct. . Oulle-
lesinei of a Jeweler I rriponatbl
for the freedom being enjoyed by a
man who Is today believed to be the
one who robbed Dr. J. W. Woodhouie
of bla On watchea and coins laat
week. Offering a pocketful of gold.
mooted Into a abapcleas maa for sale,
lb man asked the Jeweler what It
was worth.
"Thl looks, suspicious," the Jew
eler said, "I ought lo notify the po
lice." "Never mind," replied th other.
"I'll go over and show It to them."
"Alt right." ssld th Jeweler, "and
If they say It's all right com back
and tell me. and I'll buy It"
He never came back, and th pollen
ar somewhat peeved.
STRANGE VOICE
PROBE SUBJECT
ACTION TAKEN TO
FEDERAL COURT
ACTION FOR DAMAQRS BROUGHT
UY KXKCUTRIX OF RSTATK OF
HORACK COX WILL BR TRIKD
11' V, 8. AUTHORITIBH
Th S0,000 dsmag ault 'recently
started ugalnit the California-Oregon
rower and Light compaay by Maud
Cox as administratrix of th estate ot
Horace Cos, deceaied, will be trans
ferred to fho federal court for trial.
A petition for thl action waa today
filed by Kuykendall A Ferguson, at
torneys for the company, and Is based
on the ground of divers cltlscashlp
ot th partlea to th suit.'
Th action was started to recover
dituagea as a result ot th death ot
Horace Cox, a former amploy of the
compaay, who met bis death by com
ing In contact with a high voltage
Mrs. H. G. Hoyt sxpeet to leave
In th morning for Regis Point, to b
at tbs bedsld of bsr 1st?, Mkw How-
lett, who I very low wHh pneumonia.
VIRGINIA HKN'ATOR TKLLS OP A
CON VKRHATION HKLD W1TM
THK WHITK HOUHK nUltl.Ml
I not CAMPAIGN
United Free Service
WABHINQTON. D. C. Oct. .
Illllls will testify tomorrow before the
senatorial campaign contribution in
vsatlgstlon committee, according to
an announcement mad today by
Chairman Clapp.
Klmar Dover of Tacoma has been
summoned to testify concerning the
190 contributions.
Senator Scott of Virginia testified
that In October, 104, be answered
th telephone at the republican bead-
quarters. It was from th White
House. A vole asked If Higgle was
In any dauger of loalng In New York.
'-'Yes," replied Scott.
"I'll send for Ilarrlman and see If
a fund cannot be railed for Hlgglm, '
replied th vole.
Th witness said that the vole
soundsd Ilk Roosevslt.
APPEAL OP W. H. POKLMAX CI
DIHMUNED IN THK FEBBSAL
COURT WAS UP FOR CON
TEMPT OP COURT
'Jetted Preae lervtra
SAN FRANCISOOrOct. ( W
roblman, Saattl labor leader, ad'
Judged In contempt ot court last Jan.
uary for refusing to answer the ques
tion of th federal grand Jury, and
sent to Jail In default ot a 1500 bond,
waa today brought before th United
Stats circuit court here on an appeal.
Attorney Rlckman ot Lo Angeles and
Oscar Lawlor as special prosecutor on
behalf of the United Bute attorney
general, argued the case.
The appeal brought by I'ohnman
waa dlimlMed. Ill attorney had ar
gued that the January grand Jury he
had refused to answer had gone out
of existence In July when the new
panel waa lummoned. Pohlman will
be returned to Jail in Lo Aaglev
'
The Dradnack Muak coavpaajr of
thl city haa Just sold,' beautiful
Jesse French piano br burl walnut
BOSTON, Oct. t With forbidding
clouds sailing rapidly by ttajm stiff
northeast gale, th ascend gam of
the world's championship series wa
started here today, and anted In th
eleventh tram with an rs ,
6 to C, whan darkness prvntd far
ther play.
It was a veritable swatfSaC Be
cause of th kavr wind R waa av
posslhl for lb fletders to prepajsly
Judge batted balls, and bMa taut
would under other eircumaMasvsM
been easy oats were seredp at
hits.
case to the Baptist church of this city
This plan will rV heard In concert
this wluter.'andfs much admired on
account of It, beautiful singing qual
ity ot ton. Adv. It.
OlaantV
r-rrangL HndgTSss bttJhg an Ba
vores plae, Becker hi a fsd
grass. Th gam started at eight
mlautes past two. with New York at
bat. Baodgraa. th Brat asaa am,
laced out a double, bat tx-T'-'--rTl
and Decker and Murray west t at
first. No run.
Th Sox start out Ilk tby
pected to win the gam right off th
reel. Hooper jingled and stole sec
ond, while- Yerkes wu safe whs
Fletcher dropped hie 8y; Speaker
bunted safely, and the base wer full
with no ono out. Then Lewis stag,
hut Hooper waa caught at th pint:
Gardner went out at trst and Yerkes
scored on the play; Steal singled,
scoring Speaker and Lawls; Wagner
Bled, ending th Inning. Three ran.
FEARS VERDICT;
TRIES SUICIDE
in this innlnrtha OlsnU started U
th run column. Merkle faaaed. Her-
xog tripled and Myers slagled, scoring
uerxog; Fletcher died, aad'Mathew-
son forced Meyers. On ran.
j Th Sox went out In a hurry. Car-
mean and Cotllna west out it tm
I Yerkes reached flrst safsly. but waa
doubled by Hooper. No runs.
Third laatac
For tb ataau Snedgrsss l!d,
Doyle fouled out and Becker wa out
at flrst. No runs.
For th Sox Spesksr wat wit at
(Continued on hag )
POLYGAMIST IS
WORLD'S CHAMP
SOUTH AFRICAN TRIBESMAN HAS
40 WIVES, ACCORDING TO OFPI
CIAL CENSUS NEAREST COM
PETITOR HAS RUT an.
United fress Bsrvte
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa.
Oct. . Th champion polygamtet of
the British empire has bn discover
ed among th Bantu tribesmen of th
Transvaal, according to returns of th
census oHe. H baa forty wives,
'and I IS ysars ot age. His nsxt near
est competitor' w th matrimonial
staks boaste of only twsnty-elght
wtvts.
WOMAN TAKES IOI80N RATHER
THAN RUN THE RISK OF BEING
SENT TO JAIR. AND DISGRAC
ING HER PARENTS
United Press Bervte
SAN FRANCI8CO. Oct. 9. About
to go to trial before a Jury In Judge
Dunne's court on a grand "larceny
charge, Qertrude Louise Wright, who
waa recently arrested at the instiga
tion of her husband, T. J. Wright, at
tempted suicide this afternoon by
swallowing chloroform tn th Hall
of Justice. She swallowed ao much ot
the drug that It acted as an emetic
8he was rushed to th Harbor Emer
gency hospital.
The woman had declared shs be
lieved that she would b convicted.
and rather than bring disgrace upon
her father and son, prfrrd death.
Wright, who I an aged miner, met
th woman through a matrimonial
agency. Ban aecurcd fl.SOO, wKh
which th wu to purchase n lodging
nous, and left Mm. Later ah wrote
that bsr marring waa n mistake, but
refused to refund tb maney.
KESTER REPORTS
SOME BIG CROPS
POE VALLEY FARMER M WELL
PLEASED WITH THE PRSBBNT
SITUATION THRSsHslNQ IS
STILL IN PROGRESS
Charles N. K ester, a landing farm
er from Poo Valley, was la town thw
morning on buslnesa. He r apart
the grain chop ffrst cUsa la ala val
ley, and threshing taYardsr a( bnaf.
So far aa threshed as Mr. Xaator'a
farm the yields have baas IS tttasala
per acre for oats. 14 bnibJanWlnr
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