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The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, October 15, 1912, Image 1

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KLAMATH FALLS. OWSGON, TL'NNDAY, OCTOUKH 1A, IIMJ
TakHowitzer to Kill Mooser, Says Teddy
Assassin's Bullet Enters the MONTFNFfiRiiiS
Chest Wall of Ex-President NOT OPPOSED
iCAPTURK IV iHMMin wv!
I m " A A 4V a . I "- . )
IMmilHCriUl OI a IlPrn in KrAOOt DstiLrzil wiu, uK one ov;thk nniT
Breaks Force of Lead, But Physicians
Worried Over Patient's Condtion
President Taft Sends
Message of Sympathy
Colonel Ii Propped Up In Bed Read
ing His Favorite Authon.
Relative of McKlnley
Telli of Battle
Uncle Waged
CARETAKER IS
NEEOEDBYCITY
OOU.MIL WILL KMPLOY A MAN TO
I MKK OUT FOR THK FIRK DK
I'AIITMK.NT KgUIPMKNT Wt-
MKN AIIN THANKKI)
HKJ VIGTORIMS IN THK WAR
KLAVH AKK NOW WAOINO
' CBTTINJK. Oct. U. Th Moat-'
jottrln army begaa the advance
laguinst Scutari. Thar pas ao-oppo-
anion.
New Yorkers may Yet Win
in Race for the Championship
Terrific Pounding is Handed to the Wonder
ful Youth from up Boston Way by the
Followers of the Pioneer McGraw
lajarj Hertea
i Press turtle 0)
StCAQO, Oct. 16. At I: !
biArooo lb surgeon fa' 0
bUd statement.
wit's temperature u )
tULsal" Si. and rsaplrattoa
WML
AttUte qaUt U wtMMry."
)aawttatnt far. "Tha la.
'hrf) serious, and U not a mar
liatvosid."
ftt0)o)c)
lleada UaJU A
rW Pre Service
IILWAUKKK. Oct. lSJnh.
k Pluded guilty, and waa
11.900 bonds la mu.
JbkeJ eoart. convening Decern-
A
"0O ,
I'' OMration UmlMmm
livwj, Ot. IB u ... daeida.1
t-i!?nU on Colnl Rooeevelt
FMHMt four nr H 4. n.-
'"PeduplnbsdreadiBg.
"emlly Ka Ram.
WORK Oft. I6.-Mri. Room-r-
Ethel and ThuilaM i.
l afternoon Cor Chicago.
r, ui.
l THK CRUISER MAT-
" lfelesa), Oct. 15.
"J"1 wnt a meeaage of aym-
jgwuamd on Paa ""
. A motion to laatruct th city at
turner to prepare ac ordinance or a
resolution proTldlni for tb employ
ment of a man to hare charge of the
fire department equipment waa car
ried at the meeting or the city council
Uit nlgbt. It did not appear to
tliu conieaiui ot opinion lb
oitlro of cblet of Ore departs
ttUbtlahed, but It Waa coi
tbat a aalarled man ibould
charge of tb caring for the boa
other equipment
A resolution aaklag the eUjr i
ell to take charge of tweaty garbage
'cane recently placed on th trta by
uajiuitv mtiv luvvnuvv luth Woman' Citric Uagu waa adopt
ed by the council and a tot of thaaka
irTHOMll.V KNDORHKI FORCI-(t0 the women waa extended.
Rt.K HKNOLVTIONM ARK ADOPT-1 Complalnta tbat atray bone bat
boon doing damage on the outaklrta
I of the city were received. Th city
.attorney advised the council tbat the
LA (1HANUK. Ore., Oct. IS. In- law did not dlatlnguUb between
doraement of the to-called mslorltv ,,or,M omMi "be country and
.m.n.i . . h. no, '" " city, hut all are
' (amenable to the lame Ian
GRANGE DEFINES
STAND TO TAKE
reopl paaelag wUhta) block of
ihn county jail at aooa t4ay wr on
tfilalned by lb alaglac at oa of the!
trlonera, who look advaatag of Hi'
opportualty oVarad by th abaeaco of.
Jailer John Seaaltoek to indalgf In
alr-aplliilag recreation.
PRIZES OFFERED
SCHOOL PUPILS
A marriage tleeaae waa; Uaued thU
morning to C. K. Haatmoad and MImImkKTINO OF THK
Sarah Fltaher. Mr. Haaamoad la
pioyg by Will Daaeaa In Laagall
Valley. Ml Plaar. wboMHla
yaare of ag, llra la Bona
TJ
LYCKUM BIT-
V M HKLD IN TMK CIRCUIT
RT ROOM FAl'OaT TO Al'-
cxntMrmcRM
COUI
(
i laeetlBg of the Klamath Lyceum I
an waa bald la th circuit court!
(room laet night, and plan war for-1
ImuUUd for tb eaUrtaiaateaU plan-
aed for the coming wlator.
la order to atlmulat intereat ot
--,-Jta papUa of th city ackoola. It waa
' Haavaaaaaak m. n aaaM aaeaaaaai i aa ata at
M".
MS
Batting Averages are
Fattened by the Game
Two Home Runt, One by Each Tea
are Made During the Seven
th Contett. Tomor
rows Game to '
be in Boaton
MUST REGISTER
KD HV THK FAItMKIW
WIS NOW
MUCH
IMPROVED
fAl THK HIQH SOMOOL
A HLIOHT OPERA.
'"KHHKVKHALDAVgOl-
lM
9
'ht, principal of the ui.i.
S"" alight oparallou
u atatad tbU af.
"liiti .!..."""
i. " " "
J" "I, but It waa not until it.i.
'Hi it wa, daamad batt to
voted on at Hie November election.
waa given by the' lllue Mountain
Orange No. 346, at lla laal rurctliu.
The grange unanimously adopted a'
resolution, In which It held that th
present axceeatve ue of the Initiative
la Ita wont nmy, and exproaaed thol
belief tbat a remedy Ilea In the pro-'
poeed meaaur, making neceaaary a
majority vote of all elector at any
electloa to change the conttltutlon.
Tha resolution adopted by the
grange follow t
Whereaa, lllue Mountain Orange
baa been and I friendly to tha Ini
tiative and referendum; and elnro It
la tb aeni of Ihl grange that the
present exceealv ma of the Initiative
ta Ita wont enemy there are now be
fore tb people of Oregon certain
proposed constitutional amendments
that threaten with calamity tha busl-
i laws.
ODD FELLOWS
WILL CONVENE
yalted-piaaawjfima "-' l
Oct. II Tk a
mltta
'tb borau and foar athera to a ap-
Bring ipointed by the president.
The electloa of tha fnllowlav nm.i
yor Nicholas-,,, WM cenflrmd: W. K. Fauthi.l
at I aa
..,.
a man
With
. .5ffgxam5ffgxam5Kl.
- "' 'SPJff wius .nrnlillllt: M. D. Caere. Im
proteat proaaalirio lb council by dMt. R u EnU)tt nUry
Councilman Doty. It waa alga by I
aeven member of th city council.
and follew:
'Klamath Fall. Or., Oct. 14, lai
"To tha Hoaorabl Mayor ot the
City of Klamath Fall, Or-
prrsl-
aUUXDAT,
BK TMK LAW OFrOMWINltl '
KKOMTKK
gea:
(Continued on Pag 4)
RX1ULAR WF.KKLY MKKTINOH
WILL BK HKLO PROM TMM
TIMK FORTH IN8TKAD OF TWO
TIMKil A MONTH
Tb meeting night of Kncampmant
No. 4S, I. O. O. F baa been changed
from th second and fourth Thurs
day to vry Tuesday night. Th
chang atari tbla evening with a
meeting, and all candidate who aro
entitled to receive the Patriarchal de
gree will take nolle and be oa band.
The meeting will start at 7: JO sharp.
IS JB:; SB ar.
Local Men Locate a
Group of Gold Claims
L G Van Beilum and L A. Reynolds
Return From a Projecting Trip
to New Camp. Near Lakeview
L. 0. Van llullan and U. A. Rey
nolds returned laat Bight from the
new gold camp of High Orade, Tha
boya hava been in th camp for sev
eral weeks, and were fortunate la lo
cating a number of valuable claims
near the rich Ruaihtae mine.
They report that experienced min
ing man ar agreed that with proper
development High Orade will be tha
nut sensational gold camp of
America.
Bx. Dawson, vice president of th
Sunahlno High Orade Mining compa
ny, who went over to the camp Bun
day morning, returned this afternoon.
Mr, Dawson say two very rich
ttrlkea were made In tha Sunshine
last week, and that all of the leasers
oa the Sunshine properties are work
ing In ore. The Sunshine people ara
planning extensive development for
thla winter. A shaft will ba sunk 100
feet oa the rich vela. It la the opln-
"We, th aadralgaed, coua
cllma of tha City of Klaauth
Fall, Oregon, hereby denounce
the action ot Cblet of Police
Smith aad Patrolmen Hall aad
Oreeawood, la their attack upon
R. Vance Hutcblns, Wedneaday,
October 0, aad w respectfully
requeat tbat you tab aom ac
tion In tb matter. Respectfully,
"M. R. DOTY,
"BEN a OWENS,
C. H. UNDERWOOD,
"CHARLES McOOWAN.
"J. H. HAMILTON,
"FRANK D. MILKS."
Notice waa given by Councilman
Doty that he would bring the mat
ter up again at the meeting nest Mon
day and would take action regardleea
of the mayor.
Aatlclpatlag aome action aa a re
sult of the tght between OHeer Hall
aad R. Vance Hutchlas, a newspaper
reporter, there waa a crowd of later
acted spectators at the meetlag laat
night, aad the spectator were not
dUapolaUd. Th mayor took advaat
age of the opportualty to hurl back
at Mr. Doty tha fact that a clique la
the couaell haa repeatedly handicap.
pad Ua mayor.
"I have kaowa all along that tbla
council la opposed to me." declared
the mayor. "I hava been advlaed that
the council waa going to 'get' ma aad
put Crlsler la aa mayor."
Mr. Doty reseated the mayor'a Im
putation aad laalsted that th council
had been bh!d th mayor la every-thing.
Mr. Hutchlas, who waa reported to
have auttalaed a fractured akull, waa
present la his capacity ot reporter.
Aside from a alight discoloration un
der one aye, he doe not appear to
have suffered to any extent from hie
receat eaeouater with the omeer.
The light eommltt reported favor
ably mat sight oa the requeat for
street llgata oa tha corner of Jebaoa
'aad Oaaby etmta, armor of Slith and
JOHNSON DUYS
OUNCH SHEEP
'FRISCO MAN BGCURKH BAND OF
J MM LAMBS FROM DAVF KD
' LKR, THK LAKE COUNTY UHI.KP
' KINO.
Because the laat day permitted by
(iLe sUte law wlthla which tin to
regtater to vote at the fortheotuluu
election fall on Sunday, the lat op
portunity offered U register wttl be
I next Saturday, according to C'cunly
Clerk De Lap.
The clerk In tha oBo ot th c mo
iv clerk ar kept actively engaged
now registering voten, aad It la aa
pected that th vote la this eoaaty
will be far greater than avr-befor.
Who Stahl wtu pejt k mm I
J. O. Johnson, a" Baa Francisco
aheap buyer, la la tha city to receive
1,000 bead of lambs recently bought
from Dave Edler of Lake couaty.
The sheep will begin to arrive In
this city late today or tomorrow la
bunches of 1,000, aad will be shpped
from Klamath Fall.
"Ham" Hamilton, who waa arrett
ed yesterday oa a charge of Illegally
selling liquor, haa been retraced on
hU owa recogalaaaca by Jadgj j,av
lit. H will be given a hearing In t!-e
pollc court Thursday morning ct 9
o'clock.
POSITION WANTED Young
stenographer desire position
quire Saddle Rock Restaurant. 15-6t15-3t
lady
En-
At tha court house, Thursday even-
lag, October 17th, to orgaalt a Wlt-soa-Marahall
campaign club. Every
body welcome. Ladlea especially In
vited. "Let'i Win With Wllsoa."
W. A. DELZELL.
WM. WAQNER.
R. W. QROMSBECK.
Ion of Mr. Dawcoa that the deep
shaft will disclose extensive bodice of IPIae, aad oa SUth atreet up to aad la-
boaaaia rock. leludlag Jafaraaa atraat.
Citizen Urges a Plan
to Help Those in Need
Bureau of Investigation to Work in
Conjunction With a Municipal
Committee. Deemed Allright
Editor Herald:
Up to the preeeat there have been
few subjects ot charity In Klamath
Fall, but ta view of additional pop
ulation aad more settled conditions
an orgaaliatloa should he formed
to take upon Itaelf tha relief of the
poor la thla etty durlag the coming
aad succeeding wlatara. It la a dim
cult thing to give Juit what la needed
aad at tha proper time aad la the
proper amount, aa la realised by weal
thy benefactor who employ experta
ta study th claims upoa their bouu-
ty. Instead ot charitable relict being
baphaaaard aad uaayatcmatic, why
not let nil our charitably lacllaed ci(-
ueaa aad churches unite la forming
a relict bureau or board havlag the
usual oflcero. board of dlrectorc aad
lavaatlgatlag committee. Amy case
aeedlng relief could ba referred or re
ported to the bureau aad laveetlgeted
by the committee, aad Pfjwcr relief
awarded. Aa Itcmwed retort of tha
work would be made at stated later-
vale. Contribution could be la the
MOmtiaueiSon rlgl )- '-'- "
tomorrow to eabdae tha.Oiaa
I the perplexing qaetUem. Thacw e
ara thoa who llva that )
! "Smoky" Jo Wood wttl bo aivem
another opportunity, but thla la
doubtful. e
Mathewaoa Is slated to pitch
for Ner York, at meet la th
opinion of tha fan, bat K I pea.
e alble that McOraw saay have a
surprise In ater.
United Pree Service
BOSTON, Oct IS. "Smoky" Jot
Wood waa put out of commkwtoa la
tb flnt frame of the aeveath 'gam af
the world' champloaahlp eerie play
ed here today, aad tha National
Uagu team aow haa aa ovea. break
for th buatlag. Tho laat aad decld-
lag bun wlU be playd tomorrow.
Mugay McOraw' youagster loaded
nn Up Boston Idol thla afteraooa far
a total of eight blnglea la tha Srat
Inning, and scored six ruas, glvlag a
lead which U beaa atera wr ua
abU to overeeme.
The game waa a veritable awatfert,
lth vrybody fattealag up battlag
veragee.
Wood waa taken out after one taw
ing aad Hall eubatUated. Ho permit
ted the Olaata to saaea Iv raa. but
ht dUtlaguwhad hlmaatt aa ta bat
ting pltchwr ot tha series, with a total
of three hits, oa ot which wae (or
n extra base.
The batterlea at the start war
Wood aad Cady for Bostoa and Tee
reau aad Myr for New York.
First UaJag
Devor singled. Doyl followed
with a single and they worked n dou
ble steal. Snodgrasa doubled, ear
lag Devore aad Doyl. Murray aacrt
Iced. Mcrkle alagled. scoring Saed
graa. Hersog singled 'aad Mark)
waa run down. Meyer alagled, eeor
Ing Hersog. Fletcher alagled. Tea-
reau alagled, Meyers seorlag. rieteh-
er scored oa a throw, but Tearcau waa
put out at ooad. Mi raa.
Hooper faaaad. Yerkea draw a
Speaker tied oat. Lawk oat.
No runs.
neceaa
Hall replaced Wood;
and stole second. Deyle wanted, ;,
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