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KLAMATH PALLS. OHHOOM, WKIINKMDAY, OCTOBKIl 1J, llil
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World's Baseball Championship is Won by Boston
In Hospital Bed, the Colonel Wants to Discuss Politics
THE SCORE '
New York 2 9
! THE PITCHERS THE EARNINGS
2 For New York Mathewson Total attendance series 252,032
8 4 i For Boston ; Bedient, Wood ! Total receipts of series $490,830
Each Boston Player Will Receive $4029.00
Doctors have Trouble
with Famous Patient
Colonel Objects to the Simple Lite
o Neceuwj to his Well Being.
King George Sends Message
IMRS. TUBBS WHS CARPENTER TURNS ISnodgrass is Given the
Will BATTLE EARLY SETTLED BANDIT TO EARN Credit for N. Y. Losing
FOR HIS LIFE
IIKIMKIN KKTAI.NH ATTORNK.HJ
TO MAKK IIKFKNHK
WIDOW OF MAN WHO POUNDKD
ijnkvuxk vbhts raw cm
.IN TaTJC QCMT OP MKR MIHTt.lt. !
MBA V. K. BOYD
FAMILY SOPPORTIGI"t,ntfl,d1e1"Db -
' ; Chance and Man is Advanced.
Famous Pitcher Goes Up
lATTKMPT TO ROB KTRKKT CAR
I'allol I'r.es Service
CIIICAOO, Oct. 14. A imlUMn la
sted t I 30 from Mu; lioiial
"Colour! Ilooettelt .wise ha teej
o tod temperature l.g througUuift
Ite morning. HI bralliltm U easier
Md hl general condition nxerllent.
WORK FOR PRIZES
, I Mr. and lira. Klleworth Tubba ur
JYreka are la the city, vleltleg Mrs.'
MroMMional Ifrvrlopeaenta Ait Antk-l-'Tttbba' slater, Mrs. P. KBoyd.
palnl la (lie Kveat of Ihr Ca- On' - Tubba waa oat of the pioneers
i i . . ... .. iof ,hl '' 8n WM formsrly the
' i..f ... TrUI-Mbrr Indian May lwf, of 0orw NurM wl0 pUttd ,h
II Iropllraled la the Mauler
Prank Jack, aa Indian Vrvta ilia
Wonld-lle Hold-Up la KUlrd by the
Motoraaaa aad la Later IdeatMrd
aa a Carpenter of Berkeley He !n
Marvived by a Wife aad Three Chil
dren) Midnight. Waa Hmt of the
ay M? FateiM
1'iUUd I'rru Hart lea
MII.WAUKKK, Oct. I! After lij
SLal-aU of tit bulltla In the rtinlver ,
sii4 by Schrank. chemist. if.Ute tlm '
bullets were not poisoned.
UTKRKMTIMJ TALK AKK.MADK,
HV TKACHKK AND PHOMIKKXTl
CtTIXKKM HUUAHDINU I.YrKUM .Jck
of town of UnkvllU., row Klaaialb
In 1187 Mr. Nuraa MUM kara. B-
curiae a pe-mK fraavUM covaraaiaatt
- -- lav'tkatyaar ka oparata-A farry acroaa
Charged with tka asardar of Prunk Urt Hirer. Drrtas the auamer lam ' OAKLAND, Oct. 1 A bandit heM j
. . .. ' I bar waa raftad dna-n lha rlvar Inra'im irfikt it. wj!
UDtaowain uaipqua wa r.-" . - .7 7 .... -. ..- .. ... -..-
. Ifarff Klaaiatli ann tti ttlAaAv kull !i.iif..i ft... Mammmm. it... i
r.l..l h.h Jn.IlM nr.v... I.l..' .., ... -.. . .,,. , auwlvu ,,..,, ,
TRIAL COMING UP
lac vaa aractad on a roekv Dolnt naar ti.i. Hnmina k MantiiiH
"Ihli all.rnooB. and waa bouad ovar to,b rtTer btBk and Mm itreet Rdward Walaa of Barkalar.
GOVEXXMKKT'TOIX OOR THK
CITY AN OPtXMnVHTTV TO KX
PtiAI.V ALL ABOUT THE WATKR
Srhraak la Maaa
L'kllwl I'rra Uarvica
MII.WAUKKi:. Oct. !. Ulilrlcl
Atlornr Zbl In an Interview toJur
"Bchrank ! Ucally sane. He rrU
Ur thai bo committed an lllrgal act.
k Jlulljr ha hat a tllght aberration
ll- will (tt a fair aad Impartial trial.4
richrink U persaltted to clrctjate
lib thi othvr prlaoaera and dlacuan
Horn very Interratlna lalki
Iran In tbo lllfti Hchool Auditorium
this morning by Iter. Htubblefleld.
Captain Apptcgate and frofruor Dun
bar In regard to the Lyceum courn
which baa been lecurod for thla year
Tlckrtt will be glrrn to tbo tudeuli
who will try for the prlic on Prldnr
the grand Jury,
Mr. Nuraa opened a autler'a atore In
Kreaee A Oroeebeck ham been re-'nl atrncture. The trade at flret wim
fitted I'raaa lUrrlr
CIIICAdO, Oct. U. The follow.
In bulletin waa Utued at :t0 thla
"Colonel Itooaarelt had k good
liht. Ilia putae aid temperature
u normal. Ilia general condition
ricallrnt. signed: Murphy, lie
Taut ami Terrlll."
Waau 10 Talk FoNtka
UnlliJ r.H garrtM
CIIICAQO, Oct. !, Tb. apeady
rry of Itoosarelt la predicted un-
unforaoeu compllratloaa occur to
r and tomorrow. He will probably
the hoapltal In tea day.
JTho Colonel ate a kaarty kreakfaal.
U'oqtinued oa Page ) r
'M'MN AHHHarTKD HV HHKRIPP
I'LAIMH THAT THK PROPKRTV
"K IH ACXICHRD OP HTKALINO
Cbaried with ateallag a aaddla and
"nkot, Joe Brown, aa ladlas, wa
MTMUd this afteraoos by Deputy
"llt John Bchalloek, acting on nd
Ticea from the Udlan reaarratlou.
'on was allowed hU liberty on hi.
-,fcWo,d, Brawn, tbo property
1.. . Th,ch ht ' with steal
" iroubto with a Muaw on tbe red
nation, and hla arrest la tka result.
Hutbajula fllre Tip.
'lalted I'reat aervlc
VIKNNA. Oct. !. Information
given the police by angry huabanda
led to the raid of a feminine gambling
house and tbe capture of nine wires
who were rlaklng thtlr houaekeeplng
money at poker.
MerrUI Couple to Wed
A marriage llcenae was laaued thU
afternoon to William W. Smith end
Viae Pannle Walaon. both of Merrill.
Tbey will be married at S o'clock thla
afternoon by Juatlce Qrares.
W. K, Upton, who has been
ployed In tbe Hall drill, left
morning for Ban Praaclaco.
Ulned by the dsfendant. Tbey An
nounced this afternoon that tbey
would Inaiat on tbe state producing
evidence to show a case.
It la Intimated that there will b
aome sensational dertlopmenta In tho
went of Chenoweth being held for.
trial. Inaamueh u It will be howit'
that there are othera Implicated In tho
Chenoweth la an Umpo.ua Indian, (BOOKH
while Prank Jack waa of the Klam
ath reaerratlon. On thla account there
la soma bltteraeaa.
The murder waa committed on the
"white" side of Wood Rlrer, so that!
It must be tried In tbe state courts In
atead of the federal courts.
moitly with the Indians.
He waa a carpenter by trade, and'!'0" Pns ertlce
1 has a wife and three children. WASHINGTON, D,
THREE DAYS TO
WILL CLOAK HATURDAt
MflHT OOl'NTY CANDIDATES I
ARK ACTIVK IN INDVCINf. VOr-l
KRH TO gtlALIPV
Mrs. CanrcfcJII Leaves
Mrs. Lola Churchill, who baa been
.conducting the Hall drill, gave up
'her leaae last night, and today the
i,IMC ftfMtvv , vwui iftfv,Mw w mu
lager Hall of the Hotel Hall.
Mrs. Churchill left this morning for
C, Oet. 16.
I The department or the Interior an
nounced today that a final hearing
of the Hetch Hetcby water proposi
tion would occur November 25th, at
which tlmo San Franclaco will be giv
en an opportunity to show cause why
their present permit should remain
Ureal Pasm InSssa atail 4)
Interest In tho laal irtme (
e the worMa eaampionahlp aarlaa
wwat farar MM ka Klamath
PaMs todays Tka Ha-nM'a baHa-
-sfca kaggstwnat asirratoarny"tn
eager crowd of fane ta suck aa
astent aa to Week the sMswalk, 4)
d and Chief of PoMen SeaRh r- 4
dared the hoard raasored to a d(
e DOlat aa Paurtk atraat. arkara av
" , the faaa eagerly awaMed raturna. '
Wbtn t waa a'aaen nasi that '
Boston had wan there wja n 4)'
great about, ladleatlnc lha: tka .
baan-eatara have nwnr follow
era here. d
United Press Service
LONDON, Oct. !. "8bo brought
Into this world three thousand Uvea,"
reads the epitaph on the gravestone
of Margsrst llawtree, a midwife who
died In 1734, which has Just been dis
covered In 8t. Paul's churcryard,
GRAND JURY TO
BE VERY SECRET
HKATI.K I'KOPLK ARK WONDKH-
IN(J HKAHON IN'QUWITOIUAL
BODY IH TO UK CALI.KD TO.
United Press BerUre
8HATTLK, Oct. 1. The greateat
uoaathle secrecy Is still being main
tained with regard to the special
grand Jury, which was convensd In
the Unltsd States court here on Satur
day. Tbe Jury will not be In session
for mora than (our or five days, Judge
Howard Intimated. What tkslr Inves
tigation Is about Is enilrsty a matter
The marshal's offlce Intfmated that
the same secrecy will be maintained
until all those Indicted will hsve been'
arrested, aad that this may corsr n
period of thirty days, PostoHee em
ployes wore tha only ones ao far ex-
Alex Davis haa rsturned from Texas
and Mexico, where he haa been for
some time buying cattle.
Hut three days remsln before tLv
closing of the registration books. To
day the registration waa heavy, and It M-II.
la expected that the rush will be kept MXK
up until Saturday evening, when tho I
last opportunity will be afforded.
The candidates for the different1
county ofdcea have been actlvo In In
duclng registration, and the county'
...... h ftj..a& has ft.&A. . aA.AAl .laa.
WUn HWHK HM U1W " HIVIBI UHJ1
the headquarters for aspirants for
It la expected thst Immediately af
ter the registration hooka are closed
the candidates will start on the cam
paign with a renewed vigor.
SINGER HAS A
8CHUMANN-HK1NKK. PA- MttMAQBB WILL NOW BK RKCK1V-
MOVB OPKRAT1C STAR, HKARHl mi FOR TRANSMISSION ACROfM
OPADAVOHTKRBORNTOHKRl WATKK AT CORRKSPONDINf!
DAl'QHTKR-IN-LAW mW RATK TO TKLKGRAPH
United Prow Bartee
j IiOBTON. Oct. 1 e. The aHea denes
I for the entire aeries of the ltll
jworld's championship gnmea was
,151.012. The total reeelpu wore
ssso.sio. Men of uw Beaton play
era will receive f 4,tM). '
Tbe credit for leetaf tho gsvsae for
New York la given to Bnedgraaa whan
he muffed an esay ly anil ka the tenth
Mathewson pitched 1 hla greatest
game. It waa a heart-breaklnt battle
or tbo Old Master, who stood through
a game with uncertain support ai
only a marvel of heart, brain aad ana
The tnlsh was tbe moat dramatic
SAN DIBOO, Calif., Oct. Id. The 1 tjuUva Preaa P-rviw
flrat granddaughter born In America AVALON. Calif., Oct. !. The
to Mm. Schumann-Helnke, the fa- ., . , . ,.,,
.i .i .j.w .. tkl night letter" system has reached
uiuim n(vi iw m IH,
Clrosamont home of Mr. and Mrs
She has several othera
Biilgarians Get Angry and
are United in Declaring War
Fighting is Going on in the Balkans. Turkey's Frontier
is Harassee by the Three Nations Who Don't
Approve of the Rule of the Sultan
the wireless telegraph. Effective to
day, night lettera of fifty worda tor
S5 cents will be bandied on the Mar
coni wireless .between Araloa aad
Ily WHeoa 1
BOSTON. Oct. 16. After.pltealag
nine Inning of 'perfect ball In the
final game of tbe world'a champion
ship aeries, Mathewson loot hla grig
In the tenth Inning, and tha Red So
brought home the bacon to tha tuns
of to a.
It waa aa much a battle of brains on
' iCintianod on Pag 4) rr"""
Bulgaria to Fight 4
United Press Ssrrlea
80PIA, Oct. 16. Bulgarlaa
declaration of war against Tur-
key was publUbsd this attar-
Unltsd Press Service
VIENNA, Oct. 14 Turks and
Greeks are fighting along tha fron
tier. Turkey's mlnlatara have left
Qraece, Bulgaria end Serrie without
asking for transports.
Turkish warships are. being held
readiness to sail at short notice.
in lied Press Semes
BBLQRADE, Oct. 14. Bulgaria,
.Bervla and Qreese are drafting an
ultimatum. Unless tho sultan yields,
16, (war will be declared Immediately.
. A DEFENDANT
BAN DIBOO REAL ESTATB DKAI
KR CHARGKH THAT FAMOUH
ACTOR MASK LOVK TO HIS
WIFR AND WON BQHl LOVK
United Press larvteo
8AM DIBOO, CaUf., Oet. 14. Nut
Goodwin, the aetor haa been mndo
defendant In n suit for 118,000 start
ed by Charloa Doughty. local real
aatate dealer. Tho charge la aliens-
v Mrs. Doughty was an actress. Her
stsge namfxWaa Margaret 'Morelsad
BKVKKAL NKW PIBCKil OM MVCdC
HAVK HKKN BBCURW AN
PROPKHslOR WTI IB
The High School Orchestra had a '
very suecsssful praeUee Mat svanlngut
at which several new plssss of nuwet r
were tried out. ProfeM.r W4Mg'l4
very optimistic over tho prssisets. Mo
stated thla morning that tho" bom) fv ,
were progressing nieeiy. it n
pected that the orchestra will take an
Important part In all sihssl ftiastloaa
thla year. - " ' W"-'