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Year No. I,N
KLAMATH FALL, ORnKIOM, THURflDAY, OCfOBBR 10, 11B
Little Willie Jones, Not Stolen, Nurses his Sick Father
Giants Even Up by Winning Second Game of Series
HEAVY FIGHTING BREEN CASE
IN PROGRESS ON ; IS
fl 0 FRONTIERS
Policeman and Reporter Engage LOCAL HUNTERS
in Fistic Encounter on Street! SECURE GAME
PMKKH IHNUK JOINT NOTK TO
HTOP THK WAR
Tutor Makra Uwi lMt In Caa-
siiga " rr i MmW That M-
KafCtlM Are HMtrhrriag Woesen
sad Hilldrrs Many Villa Have
a hi io the Torch flr- I
retrial f War
(llulMIn) CKTTINJK, Oct. 10.
Kosteeutlnt and Turin Bra battling
iimiI Detehllcb mountain, aad
ik lb tfoutsrl road. Th Turk
hit tn reinforced. They arc ea
titlrtied and have mowed dowa (ha
Uiuclng Montenegrins,, King Nlch
stst ti In t tnsrsl t barge .
fKMTIMONY OF I.MMANN
NOT IMPHKHH UMITKD H
Teiss anil llutgartau HhlrmbUi
ikltrt Press f-rrw
GOMSTANTINOPLK. Oct. 10.
aUralshtnc between Turk and Bui
atrial er KlUaura aad Taabuah U
H trtfrra No detalta bars beta ra-altet
Con llreen, takevlew lrr xtable
proprietor, u alien a bearlni U-
loe United Klali Cummlaalunrr For
auson last ult'il mi a chsnrr ..f kU
log whiskey tn an Indian. After hear
Inn the testimony, the case was dis
"lllg Jim" Lynch ai lha principal
witness fur the government. II la
grandson and a nephew were the oth
er witnesses. The two young men
failed to auppnrt "III Jlm'a" testi
mony, but admitted on thoatand that
"III! Jim" had told them to say that
Uraen had given them liquor.
Uwti Prate SefTlr
CONDON, Oct. 10. Dispatches
feea Comuntloople elate tkat Bui
airla ud Her la oipact to laaaa aa
I? waBatira to Turkey today. QrMM
k rtleeUnk to start war. Tka power
Ul top to prevent ganaral bostll-
ttasd Frees Service
CtWSTANTINOI'I.K. Oct. 10 Tha
latimion of the power have en
fared Turkey with a collective not
1 1, "Mi reforms la Kuropaaa Turkey.
rtd Prat Servlea
TlnWtt, Oct. 10 Tha tlettlnli
(rteiaent telegraph that many
am along the TurkUh and Mob
atte frontier r burnlag. Tha
Tirki charge the Moateaegrlaa with
UatAtario woman and eklldraa.
oatcom of lha battle at Del
k to doubtful.
l'M l'rM Rervlca
ST. I'KTKHHIIUHQ, Oct. 10. The
wo Vrernya prlnta a atory today to
taott that Aitalrla la moblllilng
"or tray dlvliloa. nraaumahlv for
la the tlalkan. Th paper
" 1,1 00 can aro raadr to
J" o.ooo KuMlan troopa to
"eai If Auatrla taterveaea.
rot'LK--l.ot B3U10 on hill. .
Mtfroro Fourth and Mala. S7G
MtOOMA MKX Attn mnvinri-n
" CMAIlflK OK DKVRAUDI.MI
WWTKII HTATRtt ON f(
'' ! I'r. Rervlca
fC0JlA. Wa.h Oct. 10 Obarlaa
oewa aad Jni... n.ii..i. .'j...
(d j. -- UUIIIKH, coal !
ajliaJIr. bMn CW "It eon-
?'" 10 defraud th. ... .
Mail.. . "w iiw"
nTJ"f V oopply tha lOTaraaaat
5i ii.tor AUrtM rwt, WM
nHatti.v. ' """" awar a
7 ltd tbraa waaka.
1.7 10 Conneetlna raltk tki. ....
, . ---w n.. !.
-m Jarvl oeaaj
. . P ' , r.
t-" .j.iir. t
WAS VERY HIGH
JOHK B. AHCMHOLD TtMXN Of
MB,M HKKT TO OBM NKNATOH
IX Itee MKAKNT I.K-TTKRH
WAHIIINOTON. D. C, Oct. 10.
Ixula Ijiylla, Taft' Ohio pre-con-rentlon
manager, teatlflcd today be
fore the (enatorlal lavaallgatloa com
mittee that 176,000 bad been con
tributed to the Taft fund In Ohio.
Charlea Taft, the preeldeut'a brother,
and Chairman lllille of the National
committee were the principal donore.i
John O. Archbold waa re-etamlnad
regarding four letter written to aa-
Senator rorakcr of Ohio In 100. and
encloalng amount totaling 140,000
He tettlntd that roraker was attor
ney for the Htandard Oil company In
Oblo ittlta, and that the money repre
sented bet faaa.
Tha .wHae admitted that be
thought th charge were too high.
II refueed to admit the authenticity
ot many letter which bad been print
ed In llearat'a magatla.
Chief Makes Htaleaaeat
"I waa preaent' laat night
when Hall and Hutchln mat," e
aald Chief of Police Smith tkla e
afternoon. "Wo bad expected e
to meet Hutchln laat night, but
only to secure an explanation.
lltowavwere being struck before
I had any Idea of such a thing.
The story that we had been
on the lookout for Hutchln
with a view of assaulting blm I
e an absolute falsehood. Tha trou-
his occurred on the main street e
of the city, and In the most
crowded portion of the city. 0
e This should be evidence that we
e) had not planned aa assault."
As a result of a fight on Main struct
last night between William Hall, a
member of the Klamath Pall police
force, and II. Vance Hutchln. a re'
(orter for the Northwestern, Barn I.V
tns, sole owner, editor, managing ro
ller and business manager of the
morning paper, this morula, asked
Hans Kvaett) ftpeaha
e " have confidence that Oov- e
ornor West will aarad the mllltla e
to this city to upkald the law. I
e sm hopeful that tkls coura wilt
not be necessary, I have been
tn correspondence with the offlco
e of the governor, and have re- e
celved assurance Uat the chief
executive of tbte atate will aee
e to It that law aad order are'
maintained everywhere within
thn border of Oregon."
Whether or not Mr. Kvan
ha tent final (attraction to tb
e governor for tending of the
e mllltla bere could not be atccr-
talned up to n lata hour thl nf-
under martial law. In the meantime
the sole representative ot tba mllltla
of Oregon In tbla dty. Captain C. J. 'die.
Northwestern, conveyed the Informa
tion that be waa lufferlna Intense i
KaykeatdaM b WHtenga
"Tkla oDce will Investigate e
the alleged -aeeault carefully,"
aald District Attorney Kuykea- e
dall tbla afternoon- "I bare not
yet talked wltb tke complaining e
witness, Mr. Hutchlns. I under
stand that he U confined to hie
borne. It doea not appear to be
aa emergency case. There seem
to be no danger of the men
charged with the assault leavlag
"I have talked with Mr,
Kvan, but be was not an eye
witness to the affray, and be
ttoaVK RIVKB HUNTIXO aROU.VU
IH FOUND TO ABOUND WITH
DKKR BIKHX AND HMAR1
BRING BACK FOUR .
may have been misinformed aa
to the facta.'
It waa Intimated that he might
of an old Injury us-
Ferguaon, la planning to go on a
hunllra trip. .,
There ara many aaldlversiaed ver
etoaa of tka igkt oar tka atreet last
for warrant for tka arrant or MalL raUht. AeeerdlM t the atarr told by
Cb'lef of' Police ftmltk. Mayor Nleko- tba Northweaferw, MfJtatcblna waa
Us and two other member of tba aeaaulted wUkont provocation be-
local police force. Caaaa of aa editorial wklch had ap-
Mr. Kvan utd at tb Uaaa of peered la the morning paper yeeter-
ssklng for warrants that he waa In I day. aad which atuckad tka police ! Smith vleJted Ua oce of tba North-
communication with Oovernor West. (force. A bulletin from the badalda-
and would soon place Klamath Falls lot the reported, according to the) (CeaAiaued on Pace 4)
talced from an at wound on the
forehead noma time before, aad ag'
gravated by Ua Mowa inflicted by
OBeer Hall. The balletta concludaa
wHk Mm taUasatie thatneomlaeat
etty oaVlala, efcaractartaed aa thugs.
aro being watched for fear tbey may
leave tba coaatry.
It appaara that Chief of Police
about io.eee.eoo fkkt wim bk
OFFKHKII FY1H HALK OS THK
KLAMATH INDIAN HKMKHVA
Annlhnr large, tract of timber on
tho Klamath reservation wilt be sold
to the highest bidder November 30th.
Notice of this sole 1 now being ad
vertlsed. The timber to be sold rover about
1,1110 aero, and consist of about
10,000,000 feet board measure log
icale of yellow pine and a small
amount ot ugar pine.
No bid ot less that 13.25 per 1,000
ftet for the first three years ot the
contract, and nn Increase of IS cent
per 1,000 for the remaining two year
will be considered.
.Missing School Boy Returns to
Home of His Sister Near Here
LadTellf Story of Having Spent the Night With Hit
Father on a Homeitead About Two Milea from
Worden. Mother was Worried of Whereabouts
Willie Jones, the IS-year-old boy
alleged to have been kidnapped by bl
father Tuesday morning, I again at
tending th Worden schools.
Instead of bis father being en routo
to Bprlngdeld with the boy, D. W.
Jones Is on bl homeitead about two
mile from Worden.
Jone and hi wife were separat
ed about seven years ago, Mr. Jone and telephoned to her mother In Ship
being awarded the custody of Willie, plugton. The mother hurried to thl
Several year ago Mr- Jones' was
married to I.. West, and baa been liv
ing In Bhlpptagtoa. Willie baa been
taring with hi Bitter. Mrs. Volt, nt
Worden, and attending school then
Monday evening Willie accompa
nied hla father to his homestead and
did not return In time to atart to
school. Mrs. Velt became alarmed
city and swore out a warrant for the
arreat of bar former husband, charg
ing him with stealing tba boy.
Messages were teat to points toutb
of here, asking tb oncers to. Inter
cept Jonea aad tha boy.
In the meantime Willie returned
to hla sister's house and explained
that hi father had been III, and that
he bad reamlaed with him to render
all assistance poaslbl.
i 1'abl In Full Fleaaea
The Manton-Claman Player liter
ally "packed ' In" at Houston'
opera house lut night. Tba play waa
"Paid la Pull," and It waa not a dis
appointment to any of tha audience.
The evenly balanced compnny at
tained more popularity than aver by
tha performance last night.
THE TUB BUTTER
LAW IS ILLEGAL
Ht'fltKMK COVHT HANDH DOW.N
AN IMPORTANT DKCIHION FOH
THK DAIRYMAN AN AI'I'KAI.
FIIOM PORTLAND COURT
8AL.KM, Oct. 10. In a decision
written by Chief Justice Kakln and
handed down by the supreme court
thl week, the law passed In 1911
regulating the branding of tub butter
Is declared unconstitutional on the
ground that It It clasa legislation.
The question came before the court
In tha cat of the ttato v. Roy Oood
hve. on an appeal from the circuit
court of Multnomah county, .which
had dumlated tha suit on th defend
ant' demurrer and tha tupreme court
nfflrm tbla decision.
Th low, which la taction 4, chap-
tre 179, law of 1911. provide that
all tub butter when cut Into roll or
square and offered for sale mutt be
labeled tiib butter, except tub butter
manufactured la Oregon, which uiny
be offered for tale at Oregon cream
ery butter, without being labeled tub
butter, any time within twenty day
after Ua manufacture.
Declaring that this It dUcrlmlns
tlon In favor ot Oregon croamarlea,
the opinion declares thl section vio
late tho stateconstitution.
Mr, N. K. Bend, photographer and'
former owner ot the Cottage Studio.
I now engaged at hla old ataad to
aislat Mr. Argrave during hla holi
day budnee. During tha past year
Mr, Doad haa'beea following; hla pro
fession In Baa Francisco and Lea An
geloe, and keeping In touch with 'tho
late development In photography,
and la juallRad to give tho heat aer
vtce to cuttomera of tha Cottage
IAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 10. Jehtr
B. Roger, tka alayer of Benjamin
Qoodmaa, waa today re-eeattaced to
be banged on December ITth, by
Judge Prank Willie ot Loa Aatlee.
WHISKEY MEN TO
CALIFORNIA NA90.N8 ARK CON
HIDKRINO AN AMKNDMKNT TO
THK RITUAI, NKW CHARTKR8
TO IIK ORANTKD
Hunting deer by automobile It be
coming quite aucceaaful among th
sportsmen of Klamath Fall. George
Blehn and Earl Sharp returned last
evening from Silver camp, near the
Rogue River, where they bad been
on a bunting trip In the former'
Ford car. They brought la four deer.
two of which were alx-polat bucks of
extra large ilte. The one killed by
Sharp weighed about 100 pound.
Dob Huntakar and Ous Malbasa
also returned last evening from the
same section by automobile. Tbey
have been camping for the past
month, and report that tbey secured
the limit, which is Ave deer apiece
Uesldet eating considerable venison
during their moaUt'a camptaej tbey
brought home aevaral dear.
PROVES PUZZLE :
CHANCK TO TIK tMXHW IgMsBWM
A WAT IN NINTH
Bark-Haaded Caark by .Oasjat OeaV
fielder Haves the flsme far the Kern
Yorker Up to taw Laat tsantsjeT .
Bat Three HHe Are CtaaMMd) Up
Agataat the lavtsrraM New York '
United rises fearvie
BOtTON. Oet !. Atter.hntdiM
sews itw stsa )os ror
whh bat-three hit. Martaerd I
ad np la Ua anUi la the) worlds
championship aeaekaH eerie, aad al-,
lowed foar aafe ktte. Perfect ''
part, however, prevented bat eeagit
ear betas made.
Beaton fan were transferred ktt
ravltux maalaea wSaa. tat tha ninth.
wRh Ue score S to aV, Lawks drat) m 4
OFFfCKM IN THK COURT MOU8B
WILL BK CLOsMH) ALU BAY
BANKS WILL ALSO PtKMMBLY
Hl'HPKND BUHINEMrl FOR DAY
one and OajjBjtf, aBaar4 adtfs
raspnagsaej WKtm axeal
Be It enacted by tbe Legis
lative Assembly of tbe State of
De It enacted by the People of e
the State ot Oregon!
That tha 11th day ot October e
ot each year shall be aad the
tame I hereby tat apart aad de- e
e clared to be a pnhUc beUday e
der the) hame aad-' this ot",'Ca-. e
lumbua Day . e
e Filed In Ue.'ofdce of Secre-
tary of .State, .February 1, 1911.
United Preaa Berrlee
LOS ANQBLKB, Oct. 10, Tho Cal
ifornia Grand Lodge meeting of Ma
sons here If considering aa amend
ment to tho ritual prohibiting anyone
connected with the liquor buttneaa
Joining any Caltforaln lodge of the
Tea new chartere will be granted
at today'e ataaloa. .
A marriage Heeaaa waa lawad this
afternoon to Henry C. Cann and Ml
Jennie Pox. both of Port Klamath.
Tb ceremony was performed t thl
afternoon by Judge Qravee, . T. ...
Saturday la a legal holiday, made
o by the 1911 ecetlou law ot Ore
gon, and, aa a result, the county
offices will all be closed on that day.
Whether business bouse will ob
serve tbe day or not baa not been
definitely determined, although It la
expected that the bank will be
Postmaster Brandaabvrg announc
ed1 this afternoon that tbe postotBce
would be kept open aa ueaal on Sat
urday until 10 a. m. After tbe ar
rival ot the mall In the evening ,thi
office will be opened and mall will be
passed out at tbe general delivery
window until 7:10.
eontlaaed the Ur
waa caught at Uatrd far the
out. Tka seat ataai. aa H
Uaded eafely, aad the) amass, wswld
have been tied ap had Oardaar
tried to (treses hla ran to third beer.
Tbe next man ap, Ca4r, Seed sat. and.
th second gam at tba aeriaa was
over, score. New York I, Beaton 1.
Thl make tka etaadtac of the
two team la tha aeries.- Beaton aa
name, new ion owe assa.
Only Devore'a aenaatloaat baek-
I banded running catch of Cady'a Br
Ipreveated a lie.
'mere were anower early tnu
morning, but tbe aky waa clear at
noon. . v .
The batteries were O'Brien aad
Carrlaaa for the Red 80s aa)d,klar-n
quard for the (Hants. Tha llao-wp af
the two teaaii waa Ua tame aa raster
day, 'except that Devore batted traf
aad Saodgrata third for the) Bmat. '
Devoret first up tor New York, sin
gled, but was eaugbt trytag to ataai
second after Doyle Bled oat. Saod
grata' waa out on n long By.
For Boston, Hooper flied nut.
Yorkea awung tare Ueaea la the air
and 8peakar waa put out at Brat-
Murray hit a fast one for two I
Merkle advanced him n pec oa a aae-
rlflce. Hertog drove out a long aae-
rlflce fly, enabling Murray to eeere.
Meyer went out nt Brit One ma.
Lewi, first man up for. Boston,
landed oa n fast one aad reached Brat.
Gardner sacrificed,, advancing Lewi
(Coatlaued, aa rage
CLAIM OF FOUL fN THK BLKV
KNTH ROUND IB NOV ALLOWRD
AND McVKY KsCTMM TO GO
ON WITH FKHT
Ualted Preaa Barvte
PERTH, Australia M. IB
Lamgferd (topped MeVay la th elev
oath rouad here tohhtht. McVey
clalmea a foul. This waa net allowed
and Mere rafneed 1 to'east-Haus, "
BRIER AMD HIS
FORMKR KLAMATH FALLS WOOB
DKALtCRH ARK.MKLD IN OfJ
' TODY IN .RRITssM OOLUMBHA
ON 8KRKHW CaUIbHC1
Word kaa been, reeelved
tha capture of J. D. Briar aad i
Anderson Jn New Weetmlastr,..B. O,
Bkcrlff Raraaa kad been. net 'aa IM
Uall ot tba atea far aaaaiai days.
4 0. P. Btone; attaraap ;ir the i
Itora of BrUrt
to BrIUah Cc4um!
an effort to ball tha
of the country by t
will assist la eatradi
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Aadalioa. ssa aaaa .- V :
Bla-e. wmaLV t
aBaesbejUa'eaN'r. .. 4
aA s mea, aaA
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