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title: 'The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, October 15, 1912, Image 4',
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(CmUimI froa Paga 1)
aad tadustrlal Interests of the
Therefore, we believe than U some
nuiM te the preetat
f tha laltlatlve that aut be
Wa bsMrrs tha MM grave weak
aaasataa: It a possible, la Oregoa,
aaaer the altiatlva la Ita preaeat
farm, to amend the mmUUUm of
tha etate by a alaorlty of the elec
terel vetea thorela.
Because of thle, that la. bseaass of
tha aaaa with' ttitk MrnMBBB"
aaa ay a aaraaaaetfjMert rit part
at aaaM for tha adoption of conetitu
tlaaal ameadaeata, that eaatala la
thaa vtetoaary and ruinous Ideas,
Ideas that la their nature aad purpose
tend to undermine the principles upon
which our liwi are based, upoa which
business rests, aad upoa which the
purpose of oar lives aad the welfare
of oar home ha beea eatabllabed,
aad by which they are maintained.
Thaa tha fundamental laws of bus!
aeae aad ladaatry are made unstable
aa4 taesrara. We regard this cba
aad 'uncertainty as detrimental to
progress, both ladastrlaUy aad social-
ly. Therefore, be It
Resolved, by Blae Moaatela Oreage
No. 14 I, That we tedoraa that propos
ed eoaatlutloaal sjaeadaieat to be
Tetad apoa November I aext, that
aravtaea that a majority of all the
legal electors voting at an election
shall be reaalrad far tha adaadaa of
aa ameadmeat to tha state constlta
more thaa a bullet." he said. "It was
a great speech."
"It came aear gettlag yon. Colo
nel." said Dr. Murphy.
"Not with a 11UU ballet Ilka that."
was tha reply. 'They will haTe to
toke bigger calibre lead If they want
o get aa It would take a bowltser
to klU a Ball Moeee."
It waa aaaoaaeed at tha hosplUI
that whea ha u able to leave tha city,
tha Cetoaet will go direct to Oyster
Bay. aad remala there until he his
lately recovered. Ha may ad
draw a mass meetlag ta
MTim avtf' Mil Tl kail
(Continued from Paga 1)
Square Oardea ahae OUrtat MeS&fe,
Tha cjaiaaaa aaaahaarar iiiifim
Resolved, That by what worthy
meaas wa eaa commaad, wa urge the
slitters of Oregoa to rote No. 11 it
OasBlmoaely adopted by Bine
atoaatala Orange. No. til. at IU last
ragalar aeetlng. October I, ltli.
mxm mm hub. nest
(CeaUaaad from rage I)
petty U Cetoaet Roosevelt aad wife.
, CHICASO, Oct. II. Roosevelt
lead natll I o'clock this moralag,
whoa ha was takea lato tha operating
raaai la Merer hoopHal. Drs. John 0.
Murphy aad A. J. Oehaaar examined
tha weaad. Dr. Marphy said:
"Wa have located the exact conno
of tha ballet, aad hare deialtely de
Jerateai that tha ballet did not touch
avMalaaet. Tha Cotoaal's life Is not
la aar daager." .
Tha ballet waa aot extracted at 11
Friar ta the esaalaatlon, Rooee-
relt aaaaHtad to two X-ray axawlna
Ueaa. ferfcaf oa the o ten Mag tebla,
teagawc hM MlM
"Carrywc Mat saaeek la your
pashai 'waj-a-'lfcy thlag far you,"
CatBaali aocket. clip-
pad tbjataad off hie spectada case, aad
eaterad the body beaeath the tenth
Telegrsas of sympathy are pour-
lag la. Bert Millar of Cteretaad tel
"Ton have been wounded In tUe
same battle for humaa rights wherein
William McKlaley, ay uncle, lost hi
life. May you live to carry forward
the Tlghteons war."
OoTtraor Johnson telegraphed.
"All rejoice at your providential
escape. May Ood bo with you always
aa was the case tonight"
Drs. Marphy, Bevoa, Terrell sad
Sayle Ueutd a balletia from Mercy
hospital at 10:10, ssylag that the
wouad had aot beea probed, aad that
there would be ao Immediate opera
tloa. The bullet eaterad aear the
right alpple. raagiag apward four
laches lato tha chat wall. It did aot
strike aay vital organ.
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That aaaeah weald have stopped I morning.
MILWAUKEE, Oct., 16. John
Schrank, wko Is a Bavarlaa, added
but little to his early atetemeat that
he had shot Roosevelt as a rault or
McKlnley appearing before hla la a
dream, saying Iloosevslt killed hla.
The prisoner slept well last Bight
He described baring followed the Col
onel slace September 12th, deter
mined to aasaaaate hla.
I began to consider Roosevelt a
menace whea he cried 'thief la tbe
Chicago coaveatloa." ho said. "I be.
Ileved hie plan to start a third partr-a
danger to the country. I aa convinc
ed that Roosevelt Is engaged la a dan
gerous aadartaklag. If he le defeat
ed he will cry fraud, aad plunge the
country lato a bloody civil war."
Roosevelt waa shot aa ha was leav
ing the Ollpatriek hotel for the Coli
seum to make a speech.
Colonel Roosevelt called tha wound
superficial, and went oa to the hall
aad began hla speech, after be bad
seen that tbe assauln was arrested
and was on his way to tha police statin.
CHICAOO.Oct. 16 Colonel Roose
velt arrived here at J: 10 this morn
ing. He waa taken at once to Mercy
hospital. Ha la aot la any danger,
but ha aaat stay oS tba road tha ro-
malader ef tha caapalga.
Tba Coloael will return to Oyster
Bay. Possibly ho will speak In New
York oa October Sfth.
He ate a hearty breakfast this
form of cash clothes, food or fuel.
Merchants could contribute In the
form of credit extended to the bureau
to be takea up by order as needed.
Noa-perlshsble supplies could be col
lected aad assorted for use aa requir
ed, la this way tha right kind of re
lief aad la tha right aaenat daaM.be
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When advised by phaae,tautaaie-
bllee will aeet taauel.ee at Ageucy
Landing. Round trip rata same aa
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.na-e-. w rajo-i
llertog walked. WUaon lniiltl,
ltriog scored on Speaker's wide
throw, rteleht r flled out to KpoAkr,
ho doubted WIUou at M',nl. !
riau walked, tferore was out. ttu
lluua lilts Krrote
Now York ...II tl
llueton 4 II it
IHie hits lly New York. KUlch-
er, Teereau 1, Snodgrass, Devore,
Doyle 2, Mcrkte 3, llertog I, MeysM
I. Wllion; two-bi hit Hnodgraas;
.i-Vswl walked. (Jardntr fanned, .home runt Doyle.
Hate hlte lloeteu: Utahl I, Hall
farced l.els. Wegner waa out.
J, Hooper. Wagner, Hpeaker, Cady;
llwo-base hltt: Hall. UU, hotae
! llaiaoabalU URTntrku Yetkn
Hpeaker, UU; off Hall lvort I,
IlKtyle, Teriu, llnnos
I lilt v piiinei laiuiirr
8truck out- lly TtarMU lloopit
J. Cady. Yerkn, Vnr by Hill
Iltte Off Wood l, off Tnrvtu lit
ot Hall 10.
lalt'ee should be composed of
steatlal business men and experienced
and thoughtful women, who would
glva a amall part of their time. Some
tlmee aalataace la bast given by se
curing eaployaent for the needy;
ometlmee by special medical alien-
Won; sometimes a stricken family may
need assistance la tba burial of the
dead. Charity baa IU dangers. Some
times the helpless, through unwise
gifts, are left helpless. Assistance to
the needy baa become scientific, and
evea If the finer points ot charity
work la tha large cities canaot be ob
served here, united Interest on tbe
part of those concerned would prevent
duplication of effort, prevent Imposi
tion by the anderservlag, aad reader
tbe work many times aa eflclent The
work should be aoa-eactarlaa. There
are always aaay ciUseaa who take ao
part la church orgaalsatloas, but who
would be glad ta co-operate la auch a
plaa aa proposed, aad who would be
glad to give of their aeaas If assur
ed of Rs Intelligent application. Tbe
deserving but unfortunste poor are
frequeatly not church members (nor
lodge members) aad do aot care to
seek or accept assiataaca from a
church orgaalsatloa with tha conse
quent feeling of being forever there
after obligated to attead aad support
a particular denomination. It any
be objected that "beggars should not
be choosers," but aaay of tba needy
caaaot be ao classed. The deserving
should have a source to which they
eaa make dlgnlled appeal without un
necessary publicity. All aea, ao Bat
ter bow greedy tba scramble for dol
lars, are aladful of atsfortuaa's call,
aad the writer believes that support
for such a relief bureau or board, In
which tha aoa-chareb member would
feel free to participate, would oeme
from unsuspected sources "ta-bless
hla wbo gives and him who receives."
Let the People Rule.
b Elettloa Day.
Tbs Majority Rule BUI. Adv.
crate aaMdlasi flM arnai W
tta better a Ita aaa. Mat
!,, teraa. aWtfnat aaat
vaeaa Iota eat tsaiaaaraat. Oaaa
la aad talk M aver
Vest ta America Motet. Prwaa Sl
(Continued from Page II '
Devore caught off second. Saadgrass
singled. Ilsll threw wild and Doyle
scored. Murrsy aad Msrkle were out.
Uardner landed on n fast one end
romped around the diamond. Btahl
fouled out. Wagner out. Cady fan
ned. One run.
Herxog singled. Meyere singled.
Fletcher forced llerzog out. Tesreau
was out snd Devore flled out. No
nail singled and took second on
Msrkle's wild throw. Hooper sin
gted. Yerkee fsnned. Speaker Died
out aad Hall was doubled at the plate.
Doyle was out Hnodgraas flled out
Murray was out. No runs.
Lewis flled out. Onrdaer wss hit
by pitched ball. Btahl singled but
waa forced out by Wagner. Csdy wss
out. No runs.
Msrkle waa out. llersog fanned.
Meyers singled, but waa forced out by
Fletcher. No runs.
Hall drove out a two-bagger. Hoop
er walked. Herxog forced Hooper.
Speaker walked. Lewis fouled out.
Gardner waa out. No runs.
Tesreau wss out, Devore walked.
Doyle drove one over the fence for
four bases, scoring Devore. Snod
grass Died out. Murray was out. Two
Stahl flled out. Wagner singled
Cady was out. Hall walksd. Hooper
fanned. No runs.
Merkle singled, llertog died out.
Meyers singled. Fletcher died out.
Tesreau singled, scoring Msrkle. De
vore flled out. One run.
Wilson replaced Meyers behind the
bat. Yet ken was out. Speaker sin
gled. Lewis doubled. Gardner wa4
out, but Speaker scored. Stahl sin
gled, Lewis scoring. Wagner fanned.
Klghth laniag .
Doyle singled. Pnodgrass wis our.
Murray flled out. Markle was out.
Csdy singled. Hall singled. Hoou-
er sacrificed, Cady scoring. Ycrkes
fo-.ced Hall. Hpeaker wa out. One
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