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KLAMATH FALLS, ORMON, HONBAY, OCTOBER ill, 1V1U P-Pf ' j' 1 , '"''ii
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"Big Smoke" may be Lynched by Angry Chicago People
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Klamath Falls to be Terminus of New Espee-Ne vada Line
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Federal Officers Will IWEALTHY MEN BECKER DEFENSE MILUONS AVAILABLE FOR
Prosecute the Pugilist ARE ASHAMED ; IS DEAll BLOW
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United States District Attorney Rc
' fries to Consider Jack's Bend
OF OCCUPATIONS
t CHICAUO, Oct. II. Til police liw
ey dlpr.d a crowd that had hung
t MacMarcd dummy bearing llili
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"TiU I what w will lo to Jncl;
rur the government In a cut In which j
the violation of In whllt alave act!
I charged agalntt Jeannetta Dorr.
"You are euipect," Mid lbs fed
eral attorney. "I will not approve
of any bond you furnlih."
. ilummv . nAl rut drum.
Tt deHonitratloa cauaed a riot, "nlt-d I'rrta Service
tad farther trnubla la anticipated. VANCOUVKIt, II. 0., Oct. II. A
cable from Bydaey, Auitralla. aya
PKRKINN HAY THAT HK IM A HK
TIHKD WOKKINGMAN
Joliaao a Waprt
I jMeJ I'im Bervrue
CHICAUO, Oct. II. Jack Johoion
tikeaoaed to United State OUtrlct
Altera WlUcrton today aaylag that
It woolJ futnUh 116,000 bond for
fa nlaaia of l.ucllla Cameron, the
MU clrl who la held aa a wltataa
LOCAL PYTHIAN
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that Hugh Mcfatoeh, tb prlie fight
promoter, baa cablad hla Antarlcan
representative, I.. Kelly, to call of all
negotiation for Jack Jobnaon to go
to Auitralla to light Jo Jnntte
and Bam langford, Tbla action waa
taktn because of Johnaon't trouble
In Chicago.
TVVO COMPANIES
TO GROW NOW
Ttieeaae P. Ryan Haya He la a Parmer.
Adi-iU Hwang Olveai Large For.
tan Is Nave the Deatorrallc Parly
From Going to Pierce Perilae
Haya Ha la Trying IsOMm Right
How Law Tbroagti
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Ir-srWB IN THK
NORTH IN ONK 09
MTATK TO HK
aoXOHKI) MY LOMK ATTKNn
a OKAXD LOnXMC MKMTINU
,Uorge C. North returned iaturday
rtealag from l-orttaad, where he ha
Ni h i delegate to the Orand
Mt KalgbU of Pythlaa. Hr. North
vm highly honored by the Orand
IMt by being one of four la the
til to be preiented with a handiomo
tM witch charm, aultably engraved,
la ipprKUllon ef the peraoaal work
arat for the order'. Hr. North wai
Miub.bUI la Mcarlng II new
hrabera to the Klaaaath rail Udg.
Mr, North waa appointed Deputy
rud Chancellor, and A. B. Klder of
tbti city waa appalntad DUIrlct Dtp
ilr Orand Chanealler for th dtatrlct
naprbMd of Khunatk, Jaekaon and
Jofrphlnc couatlea. A dkHrlct eonven
U- of tbe K. of l. will e held In
Klamath Fall neit September.
r. Ufo, . Merrymaa neturned laat
'Mlni from Portland, whar ha ac
ophld Mm. Merrymaa and baby
n a ttalt.
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HAMM LVMMCR COMPAXY
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AWltiatMATH MASfCVACTVR:
I NO COMPANY JOI.Y rORCKH.
HILL INCRKANK PAYROLL
Aa a preliminary atep which will
mean a greater pay roll for Klamath
fall, the Klamath Manufacturing
company nnd the lllg Daaln Lumber
company bare Joined forcea, and from'
tbla time on will bo underone man
agement.
Dy the conaolldatlon thoec who are
Informed declare that eatenatre lm
lirotamanta and addltlona to the two
planta will be made, and an Impatua
will be given the reaching out for
bualaeea.
Robert A. Johnaon of the Klamath
Manufacturing company baa acquired
an Inureet In the Hlg Baain Lumbar
company, and haa bean eletced vie
prealdeat of the laat named concern.
VV. H. Plah of the Big Baala company
haa bean aelected aa general man
agar of th allied companlea,
United Preaa Berne
WABHINOTON. O. C, Oct. It
Tbomaa P. Ryan waa th flrat wit
ntaa today before the aanatorlal earn
palga ooatrlballon Investigation com
mlttee. Ha teatlled that bto occupa
tion waa farming, nnd that he had
contributed 160,000 nt Brat for th
democratic 1104 campaign. Later he
gave 1100,000, and toward the end
of the campaign ha waa Informed by
the national committee that the Par
ker campaign wontd eollagai unliaa
more money waa forthcoming.
Juat before the eleee el the campaign
Mie contributed UOO.000 fer the pur
loe of paylag electlen deata. He did
that beennae headed-mm. wnM;ee
the party go eat of eeletence or dU-
Brec. i
"Kvary aoiiar i cave waa peraaaai.
uad did not come from any corpora.
Ilo r other latMwat." ha aatd.
Peklna waa neit called. He gavel"
BY OWNflTNESS
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POLICK UHVTKMANT OIVMH DR
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HKktr Waa Lata hi Anivtag at the
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PoHr Haatleai ami the Mom hag ef
the Herder of Herataai
R. R. EXTENSION TO CITY
Hamblrr Befanmant CaMed a the
Weed Late Thie Aftrmeoai Thage
MayReCaRed "
United PraaaBervlea
NKW YORK. Oct. II. Former Po
lice Lieutenant Rocker took the etaad
late tale afternoon In hi own behalf.
It la poaalale that Shapiro, Lefty
l.oule. Qyp th Meed, Whltey Iawi
and Valtoa aaay be enlled.
i-ouee Meniennw meaauKi lean
fled that eBcker wna nt th pettee aU
tlon at 4:16 on'fkf mernlng ef the
murder of Herainn 'Roeenthal, and
net before then., Thai waa n aerlena
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IN CALIFORIIA
Candidates are on the Jump
Prom new on mtll eleeUea day eandtdatea for oflke la Klamath
4 county are going te be very huay. In nddUlen to Interviewing voter 4
In th uaual'way, thy will be called neon to attend candidate'
dance te be given hi different parte ef the eeeaty. '
There will be a hall In Dairy teaaerrow evenkag. On Pridny there
will be n danee nnd aoclal gathertng In Henaata, nnd tale legetag to
caaa aoate cenllct, hecauae there la alee eehedaled fer that date n
) candldntca' baaket aoclal In Mill addRlen hall In thte eRy. There la 4
abo to be a hall In Bly on the earn evening. . '
e Th laat advertked eatertalament aapeckUly fer the aeaeftt ef the
e candidate la to occur fm Port Klamath on November let. , "
4 Jurt how th candidate will "get by" nil ef thee enterUIni ti I 4
myatery which they are now trying to aolv. ,. 4
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Th different rlaaae at the high
achool bad their picture taken tbl
forenoon.
til occupation aa a "retired work
logman."
"At preeeat," he aald, "I am work
log eighteen hour dally trying to get
an eight hour law through."
The wltaea aald that ha did not
know how th 1104 republican cam
paign fund waa raUed. 11 contrib
uted 176,000, but knew nothing about
the Harrlmaa fund.
ILHO.VH RVNNINa MATK AR
RIVHH IX HACRAMK.NTO ON A
TRAIN THAT M TWO HOVRH
MTK RKCKPTION TKNBKRKO
HALIN GIRL TO
WED MERRILLITE
M HMKrHB TOBAY TO
MK-HARL McKRON AM M3M
FRANCMi bnOTANCK 4RAVHB
TO ACT AN CTOPH
A. nwri-klnie'lieanii aweahaeee' tela'
afternoon te Michael A. McKeea nnd
MIm Praaeto BretaMfc. They will be
married late tbla afternoon by Jnettca
Qraven.
Hr. HcKeon la a waU known yon'ng
man from MerrlH. Hlaa Bretaaek la
the daughter of a farmer redding I
near Malln.
HENRY WILL
BUILD GARAGE
CONTRACT
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Ttheei"'r-eriUW J
ath avenae between Pearrfc and PMth
atraeta haa been let to Harrle it Cm..
by B. B. Henry t
The new buHdln- wUI he 45100
tivei, u Bire tn Try stnufl. iij
.will be. the home ef the Mitchell car.
The UHiaMn ed
Itmrt'of a ptaaef the
May far n tht rente mat
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Peafla Here
, R. L. Lalhrop nnd wife of Holltotcr.
Calif., arrived tat th city mat evealaic
for n hert vtoK. Hr. Lnthron 1' given n big ncentlon.
heavily Intereatad In property In thla
city nnd county, nnd today made a
trip through the farming aectioa
eouth ef Klamath Falle with Hr. nnd
Mr. Wm. Wagner.
United rreea Nervlc
HACRAMBNTO, Oct. 11. -Governor
MaraknU arrived hare today over
tbe Southern Pacific. He waa accom
panied by Mr. Marahnll. The jtrala
on which they arrived waa two houra I
The vice preatdentlalcandldnte waa IfMNCIPAL FAUGHT UHUVKMH
1 AaWRRjW TO PirPILR OP THK
i 'HIGH SCHOOL AFTKR SIX
I WbMCKH OP STUDY
STUDENTS URGED Three Leaders Claim
TO ADOPT COURSE! the ' State) of Oregon
O. P. Van Riper, Oarret Van Riper
and Kd Qowan nagged the limit of)
quail on n hunting trip yaaterdar,
PIONEER LIKES
KLAMATH BEST
Turks and Allied Forces fire
Fighting Fiercely in Balkans
Montenegrin! are Accuaed of Uging Unfair Weapon
and Shelling Hospital! of the Turks, Killing Many
Wounded. Royalty at the Front to Fight
t'nlted PrM sanrla
LONDON, Oct. II. Uoyd la to
dlr charging II per east for Inaur
ttc agalaat n war Involving Auatrl
and Ruaila within the neit all
fconth.
The Chronicle puMlahad an Inter
'w with Klaml Paaha, praatdeat of
"' Turklah oouadl, te which ha da
that th war threaten to b
the prelude to a aignatk eaaMtt.
Vl''t0 Preaa Bar Ha
''aP"WaK Ala)
nUDAPJSST, Oe. II, II la reeeH
od that Iko Turklah Irregular have
practically annihilated n Servian rg
Intent In Sanjak.
ReyaUy tePrant
United Pra P-rir
ATHBNB, Oct. II. Two Oreek
reglmanU have Invaded Turkey near
Arte, occupying Qrlmbova HalghU.
Th kwf and prwnUr hr solax to
J wawJnlmHr epvSfga Vwamee7Wgeg
United Prwa Service.
VIRNNA, Oct. II, Dwpateh
from Beta report that the Rntajarian
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advance guard haa captured two outer
forta defending Adruanople. A dot
perate battle occurrod nnd iha loaaaa
war heavy.
United Pre Sarvto
LONDON, Oct, II. Constantinople
dlapatch to tbe Kvenlng Standard
ay that th Turk haVe aurreundad
the Montenegrin force croaalns the
River of Boyaaa, and killed 110, r.
capturing aaveral poaltlona.
Th Turk aecuae th Montenegrin
of ualng., "dumdnm" bulwta and of
ladling th Turklah boeplUl. kll
tag many wounded neMleri.
J A. PARKKR RETURNS AFTKR
TRAVKLING TRlbOOOH THK
WKHTHRN COUNTRY WILL GO
TO RI.Y RANCH
After traveling exteneively through
out the WeiUrn country, J. A. Park
r 1 convinced that th Klamath
country haa vry otar part beat to
a "fraaale." He arrived In the city
lam night, nnd will ge te hla ranch
near Bly tomorrow,
Mr. Parker came to thla aeetton In
1874, nnd haa large preperv later
cia here. Recently, however! he haa
traveled around conaldernel.
"I am alwaya pleaaed te get back,"
ho aald.
The Brat all weeka of high achool
are over nnd the report will be
mailed aoma time thla week.
Profeator W. B. Faugat, la giving
n Ulk te th stadeau PrWay. aaM
Scarcity of Fuiids is Cra
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Vtal7dMW-M-.llat -' r laa,. .1 taiil i'V
jLfittAVnUtiiCBi oGuuwwmm :fnm;'
in Progress Cause of Worry
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"WRh the election two week away,. veM by M.aee,'
the maaagera of the three leading
candidate for prealdeat claim Oregon
The Brat eta weeka. of achool areife' r favorite, accordlag to re-,
ipona irom au neiBrn -ii-
land. Each, alao, regrete the aaaall
neaa of th campaign fnnd nvnllahle
for carrylag on the good- work.
"We will carry Oregon for. Ri
over, nnd by thla time yon aheuld be
fairly aettted tat regard te the enure
yon will take "thla achool year. Your
ccurae in high achool will be your
Jcourae In life. If It I not, than your
achool Ufa la n failure. And failure
la utually cauaed by lack of Interact
In your work. Therefore, If for any
reaaoa you are not aatlafled with the
work Uat yen picked out all weeka
ago, change your courae and aeek aJ
cr.ur that will latereet you."
WHI
W. H. Roberiaon and wife will ar
rive thla evening from led, 111., to
take up their perawnent residence In
Klamath Fall. They (have been In
duced to locate here ttreugh their
aon, O. W. RoberUen, C the Klam
ath Fata Dye Work. ri
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Th rgulr meetta-g of th Fra
ternal Brotherhood wlH he held thla
evening In the wt hU f th Odd
Fellow' building. There will b a
oeiai evening u
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SCHRANK WRITES
IN PRISON CELL
ASSAILANT OP ROOMKVHLT WILL
NOT DIVULQK THK NATURK OF
COMtaYhPONDBNCK RKFUHBH
TO ATTRNB SIWVIOHS
HILWAUKBK. Oct. II. Sehrank,
PeeaareU'a aaaallaat. waa huay writ
ing tat hla eett, tedey. He would not
Ute what he. waa writing, ,
Jaaterdny u prisoner, refnaed to
letaate in the rHgtow aervl.
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leant i.0H,";aya CluUrnua ttaaev...
-: "Taft will carry Or. biK aa
not giving ngure,' aa etataaa'de ,ai' '
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Meets witli Serious, but not fa
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John Btraaak, an empley of the
Mt. Hebron Lumber maany at Mt.
Hebron, waa arlonly bt' net faUlly
Injured tendajr vanlng when ne;
truck by the aenth bed tratn naent
a Quarter ecn mu rront (he nepot in
Mt, Hebron.' '' Vf
It appeara that Straaak had Im-
btlied freely, during th demand' had
Uld dewh .aloageld jf ,thaMktU
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