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KLAMATH FALL. OMMION, MONDAY, OCTOUKH 14, 1W1U
New York Giants Again on the Baseball Map by a Win;
Business of World Awaits U. S. Supreme Court Ruling
O'BRMN FAILS (TREASURER IS
TO HOLD DOWN j A MONEY SAVER
ms uirui.ti.iS
NAVAL REVIEW
PROGRESS
MIX HAKE SWATS IN (INK INNIXO
LOSHNUAMK
New Yorker Now Have Chance lu
Capture the HaMlng Hams Tw
wmrruw Will Ha flafe la Haste.
Nlahl Win the TW Marauart
Win III rWoad (iMif Hwatfcat
for lh Omnia.
HUUHKH RECENTLY COMPII.KD
MHOW THAT OVKK M 1,000 HAM
RKKN MAVKI) HY KUT HALAIIY
LAW
c4e4c4ec))c)
To I1ay in Boetoei )
United Pre Service
New York mutt win lb next two
OltnU hat now won two garnet c)
anil the Hod Hoi three. In or-
dor lu win lh championship
Now mutt win tho next two
games.
Tba game tomorrow will ba
played In Boaton, na Stahl, tha
Ktd 8oi manager, tbla after-
noon won tha toe. Tha deciding
liat will nlao be played la Boa- 4
ton If Ntw York wlna tomorrow ,
tc))c)4e)
NEW YOHK. Oct. 14. In spit of
cloudy, cblllr weather, fans gathercl
ii (ha park, at daylight today to wit
bi-te what waa coastdered to pa the
ll ib of tha series, but which re
sulted In victory for tba Olants, thus
llng a chanca for tha homo mr-
Utlon to cop tha bunting.
MAMCM, Oct. 14 lly flguraa being
compiled by But Traaiurer Tliomat
Kay (or tba bUnnlal report of lilt
offlee It la tbown that thn tttte it
ahead Juit 124,443.40 in thlt one
office at a result of tha flat salary law.
which waa Introduces! In thn legltla-
Uura by Mr. Kay whan h waa a mom-
bar ot that body. This It tha amount
collected during tha latt two year at
Interact un state monay dtpoilted In
various banks. Under tha old regime
prior to tha adoption of tha flat sal
ary law ill years ago, thlt Interest
money went Into tha pocket of the
Iraasurar.
In every department the treasurer's
office abows a substantial growth In
tha laat two yeara, which Indicates a
corresponding growth In the develop
ment of tha state.
OIIKATKHT MAHINK KVKNT IN
THK HIMTOItY OF THK UNITKD
NTATKH IH FORMALLY HTARTKD
I.N XKW YOHK HAIIUOK
United Press Service
NKW YOHK, Oct. H. Saluting
guna at 9 o'clock tbla morning opened
the greatest American naval review
ever held. Admiral Osterhause and
his staff visited Secretary Meyers on
hoard the gunboat Dolphin. Tba
squadron commanders followed. Then
the bouse and senate naval commit
tees 0barded the vaaaal.
ALMOST 1,200 CANDIDATES TO CANUCK LOSES BATHTUB TRUST
AT THE 0. A. C. MEET VOTERS! CHAMPIONSHIP TO BE TAKEN UP
BY HIGH COURT
HTUDKNTM AKK HHUIHTKRKD
FROM M OTHKR HTATKH AND
MKVKN FROM FOKKIOX OOU.V.
TRUCK, IXCLUDIXO CHINA
HHeMDKNTM OF MILDKBHAXLrrJKItXKttT UARRY IH NOW BUST
MAVK A FLAX FOR THK K.VTKlt. OARHMAX IN THK WORLD.
TAINMEMT OF COUNTY AHPIK-
MrKKXDRKK HUYN
RAND OF LAMHH
O, T, McKendrae, a abaep buyer for
tba Ban Francisco market, arrived In
tba city this morning from tba north
ern part of the county, where he hat
beau 'buying livestock for aeveral
days. Ha secured a band of 1,600
WOOD DEALERS
MAY GO FREE
COUNTY MAY MAVK THK KXI'KXHK
OF KXTHADITIOX FORMER
CITIXKXH ARK KMPLOYKD
WITH TKAMM IN B. C.
After a cbaae which took him to
Irlllth Columbia, Sheriff Barnee re
turned home laat night, leaving Ueo
Anderson and A. D. Drier In New
i
lambefrom sheep raltsra In the vlcln- Westminister In the custody of At
torney C. F. Stone, specially appoint
ed deputy sheriff. Whether or not
the men will be brought back hare to
lanawer to n charge of removing mort-
company gaged property haa not been deter
lly of the head of Hprague lllver, and
they will be shipped south In a day or
two,
K
8clal to Tba Herald
CORVALLIS, Oct. II. Just tan
ore atudeaU registered at the Ore
gon Agricultural collage would make
1.J00 oven, since the Baal report of
Registrar H. M. Teaaaat abowa there
are bow on the campua 1,190.
Not only every county In tha atate.
but II other etatee of the Union and
even foreign countries. Including
Ruaala, China. India. Japan. Hawaii.
Mexico and Canada, are given at the
home of new etudenu.
Many mora Jcama with ailvnncod
standing thla year than previously.
or 91 freabmea In tha home econom
lea courses, 10 bava advaaced ataad
lag. Soma 10 or more have trans
ferred with advanced atandlng from
the University of Oregon, Yale, Cor
nell, Oberlln, Stanford, Purdue, Ohio
Wealyaa, Iowa State College, Wash
ington State College, the state unlver-
elllee of Wlecoaeln, MlnneaoU, Idaho,
California. Washington, aad a large
number of other leaser Institutions.
ANTS FOR OFFICK
vciooer i sin. it is eipected that a
number of the candidates for county
offices will attend.
The committee having tha enter
tainment In fbarga consists of Scy
eallh, B. B. Raadala, C. C. Plervon,
J. N. Drew and Chaa. Ilurdorf,
THOUHAXDH OF PKOPLK HKK A
OREAT RACK
PORTER CHAHLTOff
I CA: TO BR CO?
A candidates' ball will be given ini"" P" vce
Maccabees ball In .Hlldebrandt on LONDON. Oct. 14.Krnett Barry
defeated Kddle Dumaa. the Canadian,
two boat teagtba In tba race today for
the tculllng championship of the
world. The time waa St minutes 31
seconds.
Barry led over tha entire course of
four and a half mllea front Putney to I
Northlake on the Thames. Kaorasons ,
crowds wMaeeeed the race.
The Maiwell Hardware
O'llrlen. bo .....,. ..,..., f,.bM.rt,rt?d U.U 1 ,he clrcuU ' wined, but It Is possible that aome ar-
tlabeanJat.raniiih.nn.i.i,.. r.V. tln(t "' Nl y,00it lo "'o'.rangemenl will be made whereby the
tie bcan-eater. on the opening of .he miM, c, c. llrower ,Uornfy for'coun,, w, nol r,qulred to ;o tl)
IC'ontlnued on Page 4) 'the plaintiff. Ithe erpense of eitradltlon.
Drier A Anderson left this city with
eight horses and two -wagons, alleged
lo be under mortgage. They were
traced by Sharif Baraea to New West-
! minister, U. C. where both men had
secured work. They were earning 7
a day each when the sheriff arrived on
the scene.
Attorney 8tone represents the bank
holding the mortgage.
Spud
Exhibit Will
be Feature of Show
Many
Entries are Made for the Laud
Products9 Exhibit to be Held in
Portland. Ore., in November
WALLEN WALKS
LONG DISTANCE
I'lllHO.NKIt IX THK COUNTY JAIL
IH IIKI.IEVBD TO BK IXHAXK.
WILL UK KXAMINKD IX THK
COUNTY COURT
LYCEUM MEET
TO BE TONIGHT
Hcone of the Htehns
Uw Power of tha
nserre Commit tlsa
Coaeldcrwt by the fJndeeal Btaeaa Be
preene Coewt Maa rismhiinl
Lawyera at )aaasnc
It.
LOCAL BUREAU IH TO BE KK-OK-
aANUBD PUBLIC INVITED TO
BK PRKSKXT IN THE CIRCUIT
COURTROOM
Because there waa not a eaSclent
attendance at the meatlag held la the
law oMce or the aecrsUry, K. L. Elli
ott, a second call haa been laeued for
a meeUng of the Klamath Lyceum
Bnroaa thla evening la the clrcuU
court room. The parpaa ot the
auetlag ta to affect a reorgaaUatloa
of tha bureau.
Tha meting tonight, which will be
called to order at 7:10 sharp, will be
open to the public.
, HJgh Claaa Raaaa Boagfct
r CapUIn and Mrs. 1. D. Apptegate
1,-lll.B.ll O.ImuI.M aAM,fl. ft L
wt,,Hv kw,iL vtvBiaai inin -,n
land where Mr. Applegate pur
chased It head of Rambnlett rams
from John 8. Herrln ft Son. The aal-
mala am uld n h ti Mmmmt u-i.
. . lturm Af klUk u Ifcaa '&- "r
mens ever orougni to uwttew.T: - -r -" "
Ihey will arrive here probably thla
evening, and will be taken Into Modoc
county.
'.VASHINOTON. D. C, OeL
With the bualaeea world
awaltlni lu declelea. la eaaaa lavorv
lag of dollar to coauterelal latareetn,
the Supreme court of tba UaKad
Bute convened at aaaa loday.. Tha ,
vmeaUoa ssaaea had deuM kameUr with'
the jasUeaa, aad taef.leekad tha ale-
TedalgBHWwaBvrsts
CHICAOO. Oct. 14 Roaaevalt
went ta Oary, lad., tadaj aa4 eaeka
at noon there. He rafaaed to com-
mt ea Bryan'a InvlUUon to him to
dehata In CleveUnd. The Colonel b
hi year voiea.
bench llateaJng ta tha eM eeart aviar
announce ike tlae-hoaored farainla
that "all nonaaa havteg tn'niii
with the heaoraMa tha BaNay4
Court of the UaM4i Mate ar aaV.
moalahed la draw near aadl aire taalr,
aUaatlea, for the eaart waa aaw la
EDDIE FA1NTH
at onco to the acene of the arreat.
Arthur Wallen, charged with In
cest, continue hi tlrelea march In
the county Jail, and It waa eaU mated
thla afteraoon that he haa covered
nearly 400 mile alnc ba commenced
walking hack aad forth four daya ago.
H. W. Keeaoe, attorney for Wallen,
la convinced that hw client la Insane.
He proceeded He will take the matter before the
Upcclsl o The Herald
I'OHTLAND, Oct. 14. A potato
dlil'lay bigger than nny ever held In
He Pacific Norlhweat Is promised for
Itio land Producta ahow to be held In
Portland November 11-11. The tubers
ltl be exhibited In 10-lb. botes, and
tr ro are many entrlaa In tbla division
nclng In alt from tea botes up
rd. The first prise la f 100 aad
liver cup, and there nre many other
Premiums for the beat potatoes.
Fifty-eight districts ot the I'aclllo
Northwest hate so far applied for
space at the ahow. This means that
the four atatea participating will be
well represented. There Is a great
deal of Interest In the district dls
playa of agricultural producU aa well
na In the districts showings of fruit.
Attractive prise nre offered lu both
classa. The Portland Commercial
riub offers n handsome trophy cup
(Continued on Page
TT
Becker Case Will be
Finished Next Week
INDIAN GIRLS
LEAVE SCHOOL
POOR KOOD AND TRKATMKNT IH
CAUHK OK MAIDKNB 8EKKIXU
THK1R IORTUNK IN THE CITY
OK PORTLAND
(county court ImmedUtely upon the
return To tha city of Judge Worden.
Wallen, so far aa can be ascertain
ed, haa not tahen any nourishment
since he atarted on hi walk, aad he
refuse to talk with his fellow'prlaon
era, according to tha oBcors.
IN COURT ROOM
Ualtea Proa Sarvle
L08 ANOELE8. Oct. 14. The Kd
dle hearing waa reeamed'today. An
other warrant, charging Eddy with
contributing to tba delinquency of
Klmn Jonee, a minor, waa aerved to
day. Kddle fainted In court.
CHEAP POSTAL
RATES WANTED
MOVEMENT IH 8TARTKB TO PKlt-
MIT LETTERS TO. BE CARRIED
. IN THK MAILS FOR ONE CENT
EACH
"OR BALE On aecoad-haad Visible
Remington, one second-hard Under
wood and one second-hand L C.
Smith typewrlUr. Apply toMC. I
Stoekla. White Pelican hotel. Hit
FOR SALE Four milch cows; will
be fresh In early spring; good bar-
agin. J. D. Morgan, Midland. 14-C
NEGRO CHARGED
HAM HAMILTON IS, ARRESTED BY
CHIEF OK POLICE AND LODORD
IX THK CITY JAIL HALL IH
COMPiai.VANT.
Webber Gives Some Damaging Test-kw"
imony .Against Former Lieutenant.
Murder of Rosenthal .Argued
PORTLAND, Oct. 14. Two pretty
Indian maidens, runswaya from the
Chemswn Indian achool, weVe picked
up by the police aa they were wander
ing tba downtown district. Tbey stat
ed that they had left the achool be
cause of the poor food aad the treat
meat that they had received from the
other students.
The oldest, a altndsr, vivacious
maldan of about 19 vaara. told In fair
ly good English why they had ruu"ow'' w" " '' "
HOMESTEAD or timber claim,
acre, 14 mllea from
Falls. Writ P. O. box 1 Jt
Local buslaaa men are. greatly
I lute re ted la tha campaign now helnt;
conducted for one-cent letter poauge.
Active step looking towards the In
augmratlea of the lower pottage rate
will ba Ukea by congress this wlntur,
according to the present outlook.
Now that the parcel post problem
bas been disposed of, the next Import
ant atep In poatal affair In thla coun
try will be the Inauguration of 'owv
cent letter postage, according to tie
officers of the. National One-Cent Let
ter Postage Association, which is con-
Klamath (ducting n campaign for one cent pou-14-It
age.
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All the oaVaiaraf tha eaart ha
oa waty rrewar a sear it
year. The Jaatlas aaddad leaat
ty to dlathagnWhedaeahsr af Ua
arwhoiwereraeat for tha open,
lag. laetadtag Ua attaraar aWMrat"
aad mMibera of hi etaB who eama
to argae.lmpertant-eaaa whtah-tae
gorerameat'u proaacutlag.
Following tb opening of the court
It Is always tho coatoat.ot tha Jaatleas
to ad'journ'ImmeeUaterjr to pa taalr
restiecu to the preeMeat, bat a Pres
ident Taft waa out of the city todn,
this courtesy waa deferred to a later
date. The court thea tank p a num
ber of applications far admlealoaa to
practice before It, naaT heard' motions
for the advancement af eaaaa. Fal
lowing this brief eeeatea, adjoara
ment was ukea aaUt tomorrow,
when argumenu will b 'heard la a
number of case eesslalij irtlgata
for n benrlng nt thnt time. Tha moat
Important on will he th ao-aaUed
bathtub trust" case, la which the
enamelware manutactarera are flght
lag the judgment of the federal
court la Maryland that the?' haw
been gnllty of violating th Sherman
tew i maintaining an unlawful con
spiracy la reatralatvof trade. The
right of th owner of a pateat ta at
Uch such conditions a he please la
regard to the ue ot hbiSi
(Coailanawoa Fag !"
SELLING BOOZE Temporal Power Goes to Italy
Charged with selling liquor on Sun
day and without a city license, J. W.
("Ham") Hamilton, n negro boot
black with n stand la front ot the
They ar oa the way back to
the achool If charge of the agent,
who followed them to thla city,
NBW YORK, Oct. 14. Justice
G" It determined to waste ao time
' th. trim ot th. Becker case, and It
t believed that th trial will reach
lio jury next week.
Webber twilled this Morning thnt
shortly before Rosenthal waa slain
Becker had told him thnt Rosenthal
waa making trouble, adding:
"If be aver sees Whitman It'a nil
off. Why don't you boys have him
croaked. I'll take care of the boya
after tho job I through."
Hat Concern Sue
Suit was sUrted thla morning In
the circuit court by th Thanhouser
Hat company against O. M. Hector,
to recover 1571, alleged to be duo for
goods. Elliott A Elliott are attor
neys for tb plaintiff.
A. R. Campbell has aUrttd suit la
the circuit court against M. B. H.
McCormtck. J, H. Carnahan Is at
torney for the plaintiff.
lice Smith thla morning and lodged la
the city jail, peadlag a hearing before
Judge LeavltL x
Th. offense with which the colored
man Is charged, waa committed oa
October 4th, according to th. corn
plaint, which waa mad. by A. T. Hall.
Trial Started
United Press Service
SALBM, Mam., Oat 14. Th. Ettor
trial was resumed hor. today, A sec
ond venire of IB0 ha been Issued.
Qulnn Is examining the venireman
but Spiritual Power with Sultan
Peace Pact Between Two Nations is Finally Signed, but;
Fighting Still Continues in the Balkans and Manjr
Great Battles are Reported to be in Progress
lalted Prose Service
BERLIN, Oct. 14. The report thbt
Turkey and Italy bad signed a pe.oe
pact was confirmed this afternoon, it
la believed thnt Turkey will surrender
Tripoli aad Cryaaalca, th. eulUi vo-
Ulnlng spiritual authority. Tb. Mo-
hammedaas la Turkey will pay the In
demnity.
Baltic Reported
United Press Service
SOFIA, Oct. 14 It I reported thnt
a battle between Bulgarian aad th
Turks l In progress near Kgrlps
laakn. Three Bulgarian armies ar
concentrating.
MevMg
United Prase Sarvle
BBBXIN, Oet. 14 Despatches front
Constantinople say that Turkey has
rejected tk. demand of th. Bulgnr
A declaration of war la expect-
tomorrow. Austrian ar moving
oa th Russian frontier.
fV
United Pram Sarrie lk
Tars Inwasw SetW
B8LORADB. Oat 14 The Turb
have lavaded Servla near Bart.' A '
battle I ragtag. I W .' t 1
r V '.
United Pre Sarvt. ' - ' ) '
; I Pa4 angmaS -. P
LONDON," Oet. l-?Jraf' m
lUly have alW'taW'HMa Mat', M
cerawgioa weriea

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