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KMMATM MUl, OREGON, Kit I DAY, OCTOBER IS, 19111
Mm, Five OmM
ase Germs Will Play a Part in Battles in Balkans
lleeping Sheep Herder Slips into Boiling Hot Springs
rnj . r v gaggaw if
liucn aeeics rastures 'BREAKS A RIB IBig Deal in Live Stock !00CT0RS START
nVT... xi m . .. ...... . i f
new m me wonnwest fj j HARD FALL is Consumated in City, FOR THE FROKT
IgOtXKSHKtK MKKTM WITH
lrMajOMetat Hrrvico (Mtii
Herder Uye Bwara to
. nsthHuoe Awabewrd Whew
I It lawrrr.l la Hut MoM.
, p Beaked M llHal. Where
i rMIsbk, a aheep border,
at tat bolllag water at hot
ill Hot Spring addition In tttU
swat 11:10 tnli afternoon, and
(iteMiM a cooked almost to
several people who were In
ere attracted Dy ibo
laflaelajsred Win, sod ruabed
liakuac. Ha waa Ukn to
ibeseltat, where Dr. Wright
M employed by Day
at In charge of a band
Idamsyajlag ou tha eatsblrta of
b a StaMlag thlpattBL Ma had
laaaajual dutr tor some flaw,
Ikrismaad a great daal 0 eleea.
HollenbeCk Ml to
Former Klamath Falls Shoe Dealer
Under $1000 Bend!. Goes to Can
ada. May Not Return Here
I.. II. Rich, former Klamath Kail.. Itlcli la now out of l.ll on II nnn
ahoa daalor. la bow In Canada. i ,,,. . , ... a,
Word to till, effect waa received' " . . """"'
b.ta today, and It .. at.ted that Mr. "n """ "" "M " '
Rich found tha Canadian country toicitr "r hti ""'d ne'r" ,0T om'
full of opportunity that tin haa enn- l1""". but It developed that the young
eluded to remain In that octlon In- woman who ho clalmad aa bla wife
definitely, and doea not Intend to rr. hern waa not legally entitled to that
turn to Ihla country for a lone tlmr.ldUtlnctlon, Inaamucli aa nich had pro
aot aftn whan the bigamy caaejvloui.y married a young Kan Prancla
agalnat him la called for trial In co woman, from whom ha had not ae
(Iraata Paas. cutej , divorce.
B : ,!.
HENRY NKWNHAM FELL FROM
ONE BOX TO ANOTMMt, AND
MHOCK CAUSES HIM WlIK MK
Henry Nawnhaaa, who had tha mto
fortua to break oa of Ma ribs a few
Uaya ago, la recovarlag slowly.
Ha waa ataadlag oa a boil and la
acme manner fell and waded oa the
edge of another bog. Tha shock waa
ao great aa to make bias quite alck.
J. G. Mitchell Hands W. G. Dalton a
Check for $46,968.80. Two
Steers Bring Record Price
'Msaaf Tr fit'
ratter ha rtSac oat tba
th bliiU.p aatfeH hitirtta
IBM Hated at the hoeaUal tbU
i Uat while llolleabeck waa
trnad, hi Injurlea would
FT. ROCK VALLEY
6000 FOR SPUDS
f. K. HU1UUCM, TKUM ( THK
CHOtlt R.IHKI .VOKTH UK
MNlaV--JIOAD TO HILVKH UKII
alted I'rria tlarvlc
WAHIIINUTON, I). C.. Oct. U.
(Irorgc HarTey, editor of Harper'a
Weekly, waa a wltneaa before the tea!
Mortal probe committee today. If
denied that be had aought financial I
aid for Woodrow WlUon from Thoa.
Ityan or anyone alae.
An adjournment waa taken uatll
CITY WILL HOLD
The larceat aale of beef ciule mad
la tbla aecllon. la yefcft wtoaflletod
when J. C. Mltebrfl handed W O.
Daltoa a check tofriii.ilt.iy. in pay
meat for MI bead1.. '' "
The cattle wrNetartd for draea
Iake 'tbla morning. , Tbey win oo
loaded on can at that point and ahlp
pad to California market.
Two a tee re In tbe bunch brought
1100 each, and the average for the
herd waa IC8.7C.
Mr. Dalton ia Interacted In the Tutu
Lake Land and Ltveatock company,
wltb headquarter la Merrill. Mr.
Mitchell I a prominent cattle buyer.
and I well known In tola section.
MAYOR AMD CJTY KNWNMKK VIS
IT Aancjf lakk, wrncbtK it fH
iiioohicb to sactms tkk
nTv watkr nurrtv
AtTKK OLD JOIt
lelVAl'Kp:. Oct. It. Hchrank
ln4tputy iherlRa today that be
fntua bla will. He beqaeatbed
i WUet bow In UoeeevaK'a body
krrolrr to tba New York III.-
I Mdety, j
n Kkeaer Bta'kn, aUeaaveH
mm Ma told that the Colonel
MrlBf he eipreaaed aatlafac-
kt report the birth ye-
1 Mralag of a boy to Mr. and
L H Howl.
I. Wright reporta the birth Thur.
' llrl to Mr. and Mr. C. A.
Klamath Loag No. 117 meet to
night. There will be work In tba Sec
ond dearer. Vlaltlng member are
cordially Invited to attend.
Mayor NicfcoUa and CMy Bwlaaar
Zumwalt raturaed Uat Bight from a
trip to Aapen Lake, waere they la
apeeted ta Mtog aCctlra aaVLfor a
The mayor waa ahowa tbe Improve-
United Free Berrlr
MEXICO CITY. Oct. 18. A battle
between the Madero force and the
follower of Dlai I eipectrd joon.
Two federal troop train are now u
route to Vera Crui.
MEXICO CITY. Oct. IB. It U be
lieved here that Porplrlo Dlaa will re
sume the presidency If hla nephew.
Falls Dlai, succeeds la tbe revolution
h recently etarted. He now control
tha .port of Yera Crn, and baa no
dIBcuHy la ImperUns ana and ammunition.
Tbe chamber haa rejected a reaolu
HOMIC8TKADER 8WEAJW TO A
COMPLAINT AOAINeVT TMRKK
OF HIS MdOHROHS KOAU M
TYPHVM AND CMOLKRA
WILL BK TURNED LOOSB
t.'nlted I'reaa Service
ATHENS, Oct. IS. It U aeml-o-
clally atated here that Turklab aur
geona are en "route to Janlna oa the
a reek frontier, armed wltb tube
Blled with typhaa and cholera germs,
which will be1 turned looae oa tbe
United Pre Service
BELGRADE. Oct. II. DUpatcae
from tbe front aay that Ira eataSM
of Servian and Bulgarian troope nave
met and defeated a Turklah army. .
menta already made, and la satlaled
that 'tbe city will be able to hold the'tlon demanding the resignation of the
filing. Madero cabinet.
Accordlag to I). K. ilurrarr, who la
I the city on builneaa. Fort Hock
aHey blda fair In develop Into a
grant potato ralalng country.
Mr. Burrell, who own a farm In
tba valley, says that one of hla neigh
bor eiperlmenlnd tht year In rala
lng potatoes with audi good reaulta
that nett year many othera will put
In crope. The Brat crop comlated of
Ave tona, and the quality la aald to
Tbe road work between Chtloquln
aad Silver Lake ta progreialng rap-' " '
'. b.v. ..mo., computed ... of Mother Charges that the Black Pugilist Abducted Her
the heavy work," aald Mr. Uurrell
Claiming that bU Ufa
tbreataned by three of his nelgbbora.
t'Blted Fraa Servla '
litumnK (Vm i a vr..
k . -- ...' '--1- '"Vt'WVMi WM W. VVM
joanua u. awiaaier same to tkia city mtr, thlBkUTMaVj a
last night nnd a-ore to a cosanUtat Wmln thV'aggrwaalTa haa aaririaed
charwlew thraa blb with thr tnlnr' . ' ..i .- ..
J... iaa amee. jrwo were net preparsa.a.T
i I vifmmi iicfc m . urawa Ticwry,
. I awHUW, WBO U DTIBBJ OB B BOBr"1Q( It I
Eager for White Wife, Jack
Johnson Gets into Trouble
stead south of Merrill, claim that
.the land all around hla bomeatead baa
recently been taken up by the 'three
'men against whom he baa sworn to a
'complaint, and that Thursday mora-
ilng they notlded btm that they wpuld t:ulid lru .-rie
'lilt kl. I. IT. - . -
; to feared that this will not end...
Russia and Aaatria are ready ta In
lervent. If they do tha other powers
will be Involved.
kill him If be ventured to croaa a
"We will be entirely
weak or tan daya."
through In a
18 Year Old Daughter. Girl is Held in Custody
at Police Station. Mother Hysterical
l (.unuu.-t, vrci. ia. ab unconnrnt
!ed renort received here today amy.
, The warranu were aent to Merrill i,h,t a Ur,e TurkUh warahlp atruck a
thla morning for aervlce. mlM an(j wai blown up nt ,he n
' trance to Varna harbor, .
8ult was started In tbe circuit ." The ahlp waa maneuverlna for a do.
court thla afternoon by E. W. Btreetjaltlon to shell tba Bulgarian port.
against J. V. Wright, to recover ISsr .
due on a note. W.iH. 8hawU attor-i ' Balgariana Deteated '
aeyfortbeplalntur. ratted Fraaa Servtee -
C VIENNA, Oct. II. It la reported
United i'rasa Service
INDIANAPOLIS, lnd Oct. IS.--
Mary Dey, former confidential atrnog-
rspber for John McNsmara, tratliled
to day la the trial of tho labor leader.
In tha federal court here, tlmt Iter
employer dictated latter Into a die-
Unbone while she waa cranio) el It
was Indicated that the government
baa tha records. I
United I'reaa Service
CHICAGO, Oct. II. Mrs. F.
It Is charged that tbe black pur ;d Johnson, tried in vain to secure the;
detained the girl In hla apartments. release of Miss Cameron on ball. j
In tbe presence of her mother the
ibere that Turklah Irregulars creased
TROUBLE the frostier near MuaUpha and.d.!
featod tba Bulgarians. ' '
.... LMMii.t nr Ulnnannlla mnlliAl- PllinAOn. (let. lft. jAhsaAn mi
of l.ucllc Cameron, aged 19, a white taken before Judge Welle In the co.',1'1 toW P0"" Johnaon .
girl, today obtained a warrant for tbe
arrcit of Jack Johnaon on a charge of
Ike court, and hla bond was fixed M,Pted her to marry him. Tha moth-
er was hysterical. The girl spent the
who represent- morning at the police atatton.
nXOi WIM, iik HELD FROM
"l UNTII, KI.BCTrON BAY.
UXMBAUY OF MNK IB TO RE
, Tl 'srtkir Ihe, caiidM uiun.
K""1 Mi '. Harry Una for
siatca senate, a damocratlo
Uoraanlt..,! .. .u. . . v
MM. Kollowln. tk. .Uii.. .f
i laprOUIDtU talk. mrm .I...
' teaa .niim.i.. .... .
I, l. ,: " waa laaioatea.
tk Intention of tha club to
a2r. n,tlnM rom Urns to
yWUct!0n day, tha aait meat
It h.du;od for WadBssdav
cara nr it.
is " I01
r'w4aaBt iin- . .
lMi.: . ,w " wreasBoeg,
gVHrenaursr-w. A- aU,
rn. . -" ueo, ubbsuio,
- nu aj, m. OklMvU.
Doctors Believe that Teddy
Roosevelt is out of DangerigK
United Press Ferrtoe
LOS ANQELES, Oct. 18. Alleg-
lag that Attorney Eddla Insulted Mrs. , I'nlted Preea fervMa.
Christina. Cbrlsopberson. a beautiful CHICAQO. Oct. lS.-Oavarnor
Dane, another atld'avlt has been made Johnaon arrived here this mornbaL,
and sensational charges of the third 'and went at once to the Blackstou
complainant against the attorney are I hotel, where be disappeared, eluding
are made. tha progressive who went to me.
him to tender a reception.
! J. R. Hayes Is In the city, today
,from bis timber claim neir Wordea.l
HKJH SCHOOL CLASHES ARK VIK
ING WITH KACH OTHER ron(
MONOHS UAHKIIAI.L TKAM IH
Former President is Allowed to Sit Up for a Couple of
Hours. His Running Mates Make Him a Visit
' No Politics Discussed is the Report
"We. tbe Senior-Sophomore team,
do hereby challenge tbs Junlon-Fresh-
man team to play a gatno of football
at tha baseball diamond on Saturday,
The above challenge appeared on
tha bulletin at the 'high school this
Bjoralag. The Junior-Freshman team
has tba matter up for consideration
and wll probably accept tbe chal
Issga on condition that tha game be
played tha Id of nut month Instead
of the tltb. Meanwhile good deal
of bltterneas exlata between the
classes on account of the Juniors de
feating the Seniors at a track meet
laet earing. i
United Pre Service
CHICAOO, Oct. 18. At 1 o'clock
It wa announced that tbe physicians
wore p.eaaed with the condition of
Colonel llooaevelt, and no bulletin
waa laaued at noon.
The Colonel waa permitted to sit
up an additional hour.
Governor Johnaon, on entering the
hospital, refuted to comment on the
shooting. He said:
"You may say that, although! am
not a prophet, Judging from tba re
ceptions I hnv received everywhere I
am coaadent that Roosevelt will be
Mr. Johnson accompanied her hus
band Into tba sick room.
llooaevelt told Johnaon to keep up
tbe fight. Tba conaulUtloa waa brief
and It was said that the two Bull
Moose candidates did not dlaettas pol
itics." J6hnson said that tha Colonel
At noon Johnson addraasad a meet
ing In derrick theater.
United Prase Servtee
CHICAQO, Oct. 18. A bulletin la
sued at o'clock 'this morning la as
"Colonel Rooeevelt's pulae la 70,;
temperature (8.4 and respiration 18
Pain In tha chest has dlmlntabsd. Hla
breathing ia easier. He will be al
lowed to alt up an hour today. It Is
expetced that his recovery will be
Tha crisis occurs today. It there
la no Indication of pus by midnight
the danger will be practically gone.
Dr. Terrlll aald that the bullet
would doubtless remain In Roosevelt's
body for Ufe.
The Colonel ate a hearty breakfast.
Tbe doctors have practically agreed
that the Colonel may leave tha ho-
ipltal Tueaday far Oyster Bay.
ATTORNEY FOR FORMER POLICE
LIEUTENANT OUTUNRS THK
DEFENSE MAN WHO FLED TO
PAY FOR WORK
JUDGE GRAVKH RENBaVM A aB
CItUON IN FAVOR OF W. M. aOHC
SEE AGAINST MARGITKHITS
United Press Service
NEW YORK. Oct. 18. Attorney
Mclntyle announced thla ' afternoon
that thirty witnesses won) be 'sailed
to testify In tbe defease el farmer
Lieutenant of Police Beekar.
Thomas Coupe, an e-a witness of
the killing of Rosenthal, at who fled
to England attar tha tragedy because
ha believed that hla life was la dan
gar, waa brought Into iae oeurt room.
Attorney Hart for the defense told
tho Jurors that Backer would prove
that tha testimony of the conspirators
wit k4 eoafasssd was fata.
That a lawyer aa wall aa a earnest
ter or a bricklayer la entitled to re
muneration for aervlcea rendered wai
demonstrated In tba Justice court tha
morning when Judge, Oravea gave a
decision for tbe plalntIC In tha ease oj
W. H. Keeaee vs. Marsmartta Pitt.
.Tbe. suit was brought to reeovat
IS attorney fees alleged, to have
been due for services rendered men
than a year ago., The defease wm
that the attorney tad aot been regu
It waa showB. however. Uat tha
advice given by tha pleiatlf had beea
acted, oa, and a ordltt for tha
amount of the fa waa g4raa. ''
': . I
Serlom Charge la Mad Ian hist Taw
kkh AnthoriUe Several BaMles .
Have nw Fongfat Tbe Tataa Ajw yrsH
"Relieved to Have a Utile tho Real '
of the Encounter One Araay fc) -.
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