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title: 'The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, October 22, 1912, Image 1',
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KLAMATH VALLB, ORBUON, TUHSDA, OCTOBKR SB, ISIS
Leodore Roosevelt Arrives at Oyster Bay Home
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se Against BeckerConcluded;ArgumentsTomorrow
HIE GIRL IS
i nrriuKHN ark WORK
ING OX THK CAMK
Lariat lasertoa I Taara Hefere Mm
reeirsi Greed Jmt IM(tifM
Oake to Have Kvldeexw That John-
M Mm Kef a Oeaaee of IMhrr
tart la MU A part meals for Home
I DM I'm Prw
CHICAGO, Oct. JI. Lucille Cant
i, u brought from Hockford to
r before the Marat grand Jury
He declare (hat aba Intends la msr-
Itflttk Johnson wIimi the I releaaeO
reetral oHtwrs ara continuing to
Ieni iubpoMiM. Detectives war
tUtUey have learned that tiro olkar
kit gtrU have beea llvlag la Jack
ttHt'i aaertmenta since before ttla
It If committed suicide; Oaa U I It Ian
Want ef Detroit The mm of the
Irtw girl bs not beea aaaouaced.
hVHsabml Xet Heard
lltMtd !( Bervicc
HfWANAI'OI.IB, Oct. II, Ortle
Imnalml U probably aal Uatlfy
a Nk la U caM te which union
Mar leaders ara charged with bclag
MkaUd la dyaamltlag plots.
PeM Pluwlag Frugtwwa
several termors ara now dolag
ttdr (U plowing, aaya tbo Marrllt
tenwd, and a fsw of them art itlll
Irylnt to get Ihtlr grain thresh-
J. Ths machines have ao much to do
lUt It U likely that they will not ba
tsresgh with tba thrashing thla yaar
mil tka latter pan of matt month.
ITU COMMJUtCK COMMJ
l! mnV Ul'UIUUl BUt H.nUI MUL.
! MtUtOADH TA 'cANJK THIJ
WABIIINOTOHMJr b.. Oit. 11. -
Ttntaratata Coatntarea Coainilailon
Uy dteUred tba advaaca of freight
HtM from II in at lit .. t...J.
lkt oa lajMM fraai California
iaUi. a: . ......
r-- pi uraanarwaaaiMtoa ana
W" ultaa. .,-
atululon held tbit tba ft
EFFORT TO OUST
MAVOH MC'HOUAH UVAHAHVM TO
BK A I'AHTV T A VtJiS TO
I.KAVK THIN CITY WITHOUT
Tba dlatoloratloa entirely gone
from hli ty and dliiaylng no ilgni
of au alleged fracture of the ahull or
of having baeti hit In th head with
nn ai, H. Vanci llutchln apparad
hefurti the city council ImI night
aud preeenUd charge agalnat Mayor
Nlcholai, Chief of Police J op Hmlth.
Offlrer Oreenwood and OfBcer Hall.
HuUeiiunntly Mr. Hutchtna conceded
to a proiNialtlon that the nayor'a
nana be stricken from the Hat of
thoea who muit leaya the clly'a am
ployn becauea Mr. Hutchlni got a
black eye a couple of weeka ago.
In Councilman Doty,- Hulcblsa'
complaint had an raraeit lupporter,
but Mayor NlchoUa declined to par-
alt hie appolntaa U ba luamarlly
dealt with, aad tba efort of Doty and
Councilman McOowaa to force tka
ilty'a eiecutlve to euipead tba ma
un Hutcblaa' bare etattment that ka
had been aaaultad wai uaavalllag.
With aa attar dliragard of tka Ha-
allih laaguaga. Mr. Doty played to
the grand itaad at the aaaloa. bal,
aelda from eatabllahlag a rapulatlon
aa a comedian of the rough aad turn-
bio order, ha aecamptlahad nothing.
The Hutchlaa' complaint charged
that the city oMclala bad baaa guilty
of malfeaaanca In omce. It waa pre
eeutitd In writing, but waa not eten
eworn to. Councilman Doty Immedl-j
Mcly after the complaint had been
Mrd with the recorder, moved that
the police oAcera be auiiwndod with-
out pay pending an Investigation.
Mayor Nicholaa declared that the
motion waa out of order. He aald
that be waa Jointly charged with an
offense with tba oHcara, aad ha did
not propose to alt In Judgmeat on
himself. Tka mayor offered to turn
over tha gaval to tka president of tka
council, Councilman Crbler. but he
had failed to put In aa appearance.
Wltkout any formal motloa to tkst
tfftrt halag made, R. Vance Hutcblaa
secured tka document ha had orig
inally iireaeatad, aad, although It was
properly a public document, mutilat
ed It by scratching out the name of
Mayor Nicholaa, and thus withdraw
ing tha charge against the mayor.
Tba motion to suspend the police
oHcara waa raaeatedly put by Coun-
cllmaa Doty, bat tba mayor would
not coaslder It, statlag that ha had In
mind noons wko ka could appoint en
tha police force at this time, and ka
would not leave tha city without po
lice protection, avaa for a alalia
night. Tha session finally came to an
end when a motion to postpone con
sideration of the matter for a weak
TO COME HERE
AITKH A VIMIT HKRK MMT HUM
MKIt, I'KOMIMK.N'T CAIITAMHT
VVKITKM THAT HK IM I'ACKI.VU
I'l TO MOVK TO THJM C1TV
W. A. Deliell haa received word
from T. T. Oodfrey, tba lloldan'vllle,
Okie., caplullkt. that ha Is loading a
car of household goods, and la bring
ing hi family and another family to
locate in Klamath Palls.
Mr. (lodfrny, who Is one of tbt
tuoit prominent capitalists of Oklaho
ma, waa In Klamath rails last year on
a visit to Mr. Deliell. Ha waa tu
Impressed with tha country at that
time that he made up his mind to re
turn here to live. Since then be hsj
bean arranging his business Interesti
mi tlrnt b could get away.
OVVK.VH UKTM HAND
a CowKllaww U Cheesed Whew
Ha DeYeaaw May or
e The only eathusiaaaa evldea- e
ced by the spec later at the
meeting of tke city, council teat
e night came In rssseass to a a)
statement by CouacltaMa Oweas.
"If this coanell had the pow-
er to oust thn raajcrj aad any
one should make aaeh a mo- e
A linn " aalrf tba vi'V.
A .. .u a ..u fc liS'-ti "we, the Jualor-rraeemaa
in" r vbi.u wa.a, n ,wwwi w T .. , , . ., ..n .k-
e BvrvBy wctiii (v cmkiivbs) v m1
Senior-Sophomore team, to atay
FOOTBALL 6AME COUNCIL ALLOWS
IS NOW CERTAIN! 6ARBAGE CLAIM
ivrtHM-vnmmMAH tkam at thk
HIGH BOMMMi ACCHTM THK
CHAM.KXOK OV THK NKXHMt
e meet wltk a seeoad." fj e
Then the spectatarf cheered. 4)
e e e e a e a a e
I. S. Voorbeee, assistant engineer
of the Klamath project, aad Mr.
Voorbeee returned last night from n
two weeks' leave of abaeace, which
thoy speat la Baa Joae, Santa Crut
and other points In Southern Cal-
NOT TO OO HI'
DK8 MOINBB, Iowa, Oct. 11-DU-trlct
Judge Bradshaw today denied
to permit tke propoaed Increase In
the ratea of the Modern Woodmen of
America. Tke decbUoa aVecta 100,
uoo memhera of the lodge.
RKHKKAHM HONOR fRHMDKXT
OK THK MHMK AMMKMRI,i OK
OKHGOV MRH. ORKKR HORN
IX LANOKIX VAIXRV
A receptloa waa testdered Mrs. A.
jMay Ureer, prealdeat of the Rebekak
Assembly of Oregea, at the home of
Mr. R. K. Watteaburg tktt after
noon. In spite, tkaUaeaamvaU. weataer.
th'o receptloa waa weM atleadsd by.
the memhera of the ledge.
Mrs. flreer waa bora In Laagell
Valley, and remembers maay of the
pioneers of this eectlon. She wax
formerly Mlsa Wyaat. .
game of football at the baseball park
, This la the aaawer to the chal
lenge the Seniors Issued last Thurs
day. AU of tke high school I In
tensely excited over tke outcome.
Both teams are practising dally,
aad are loundlngMato shape nicely.
Dr. Morrow Is coach for the Junior
aad George Caproa for the Senior.
The llae-up of the Jeator waa giv
en out by Captala Pell late last even
ing. Tke keea tatereet la football
will resalt la a fresh Imp-tee la ath
letics. No oHciaU have keea appelated
for the game Saturday. The eablaet
will probably make fall arraagemeau
wltkla tka aeit few days.
L. LKWU WILL HttCMVK RM AM
RK.VTAI. FOR LANS VMKD BV
THK CITY OX WHICH TO DUMP
NBW YORK. Oct 11. Oeverae-c
Johaaoa arrived beta today aad earn
ferred wkh Seaater Dtaesi. He left
for Camdea. wkere he wW
Judge Waa. S. Wordea aad family
came dowm from Ue reach la Weed
River Valley Meaday evealag.
Beeauae tke aeeeaaary Scares were
not available for tba lafermatlea of
tke cHy attoraey, tke etty eoaaell waa
aot la a peattlem to areeeed wMfc tke
proposed Plae street cksago of grade
at tke meeUag last eJjfrt. aad tka
matter waa aeetpoaed aatH tka aeat
regular meetieg- "
A committee coaeletlag of Ceaa-j
cumea meuowaa, nammoa aaa ua
darwood waa appointed to arraage for
a winter's sapply of wood for the city
halt aad hose house.
Oa motloa of CouaeUmaa Doty Ue
hHI of L. Lewie for fit for the nee
of a garbage alto waa aMewed.
The but of I. J. Kaeaav Ue arebl
tcrt, for 7t for drawlag a eat of
lilaaa for a aew. cttr aaM la
nneo wlU laauaeUeaa'r'fraea
aaderssa la'llll, waa leforrad to
the laaaee eommKtse.
Tba fettcaM, bwlMtag aetmles
era alleaaaWg-''- t '
E. B. HakHfbr the ereeUea U a
aaraaa 4taMN oa' lot; , bVaek M.
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AMaefc em Abdsaisiaa)iay'''f V'j';''- '.,
aad tieea or life WM 'mm QU'li
law Isaaalt Massy Taatah' amtV- ''., ,
aHet KIHesl ha aho eaBJbV ' '.Jal
inn t. .in -" saaaaw
UaliM Press Servlee -, "-,r.)-.; W
SOriA. Oct. ll-R waa' eaMatt ' ',,",
aaaeaaeod Uat tba Balgarlaa traaW ' -. J
bad brakoa iaa?saajkf tta ;Tiibfjb ,JM
Uaea from Otweawto the Blaek asiW ,
Thla mesas a Tairaleh 4aaatar, aae
probably the fe4 of Aaeamsjaei, '$ '
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forestry School is to
be Best in the West
Defense Springs Surprise in
the Rosenthal Murder
Without Warning Attorney for the Defense Annoi
that the Case Is Concluded and a Little Later
Attorney's for the State Announce the Cl
Oat 11. Bddas
ley Judge WHbarte-
ofaaler aba Balm
- ec. . i-
ATHBHB, Oe, .
a etatemeat smasd br Uo i
thf Breek-army -
Turkey; eaptartag atiria aad
Ulna wkUb tha Tun '!
.The Greek leasee la the battle at
Etaseoaa are eetiaeated at ! kHtad
aad 76 woaadad. f
United Prase Semes
NBW YORK, Oct. It. After vsln-
ty sparring for time thla morning, At
torney Mclntyro for the defense, sud
denly nanounced this afternoen:
"The defense rests."
Justice Oof and District Attorney
Whitman were amased.
"I dealre the case re-opened," aald
Justice aoa. "I desire that you re
call Jack Sultvan to give further evi
dence along the lines of the alleged
conspiracy. 1 will have him brought
Into the court room Immediately."
Attorney Mclntyre waa astounded,
and sank Into his seat while the
sheriff hurried out to get 8ulllvan.
Becker and Mclntyre's associates art
now anilous that the defendant be
given an opportunity to testify.
United Press Service
NEW YORK, Oct. II. Attorney
Mclntyre aald today that be waa. un
decided whether Becker would teatl
tr or not la his own defeaae. The at
torney said that be does aot person
ally believe that R wlU be
but hla associates have dl
Decker said 'tola afternoon;
"1 am aaslouo end wllUag
fy. I am sorry that JuaUce a
out the Utter Uat Moat
Uvea. It would bava aeault
Sullivan reiterated hla
that Webber had tried to
to testify agalaat Becker.
taca excused. Both etdoa
the argumeata will be
"' . I
Governor Weit Announces a Plan
Whereby the Gorernment will
Aid Propoaed State Inititattoa
Ths beat school of forestry la Ue
fUrtd, BS flovuui AhmU WVaat
jMeetirliee It, la araettealty assured
eea or n axsaaage of, laada te
f Sfscted throuBh an '
0ched betwaee aavaraor Waal's
"The plan for, Ua bulldlag up t
this school." aoeerdlag to tba' ger
eraor, ''has been evelvlaar'lor Ue
past (wo years, aad has been una wt
my cherished ambitions, It leaks
aow as though UU ambltloa would be
"""'dmitauea oa Age )"
TEDDY IS SAFE
AT HIS HOME
KOIIMKR PIUCMDKNT MAKKH THK
TRIP KROM CHICAGO WITHOUT
DIFFICULTY -CONDITION RK
Valtad Press Sarvies
OYBTRR BAY, Oct. II Coloai
Itooeevelt Is now In bed la bis homci
Ills wire Is nursing talro. Visitors are
OYSTKR BAY, Oct. II. Colonel
Roosevelt arrived here shortly before
10 o'clock UU meralng. To avoid
the crowds, the train stopped at
Byosset, where a1 limousine waa wult-
lag- The Colonel walked to the auto-1
mobile accompanied by hla wife and i
Kthel Roosevelt. He hurried home. I
Hla condition was excelteat. I
The distinguished patleat will keep I
quiet for ten days, aad-will Uea be
able to speak la Madison Square Gar
den October 30th.
IB AGAINST LAWRKNCK
TVIHTMORM Ml NO BVaV
IX JVtraVCK OC4JRT .
I saW sBwaBBfj)Mj'JBasBtm.
y!"Ur- " -
. T. TveRsaore,
3. O. Swladler, was aw-
kbr JaeOee Qravea UU after-
i were arrested at Uc-k
below Merrill aad brought
I city UU morning.
from. the testimony
; that Swindler aad Law-
ad eagaged la a quarrel, aad
had picked up clubs, bat
had threateaed to do ear
arm than the other. ,v
tart UU afteraooa ,Lawreace
d that be U aa IrresaaaelMe
list, aad the court eoasldered
waa due to hU laahURy ta
torn talklag Uat tke trouble
Hansel la Wi
LONDON. Oat. lt-A
(Coatiaaot em Hgb) ev
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NKW YORK etaUR JVItV
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MIDDLETOWN. N. Y., Oat-. H,
The Oraage cosaty. gramd Jary todas l-
Indicted BurtoaOthoeei on a saarae
of awrdod ta tNb Srstdstrss. hi
Qlbeoa U saargad wRb etraagHag rf,
Mrs. Baabo. HU trtoi wBI eeeor km
Newburg durlag the Srst week' la '
Deeember, " ( i.''
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There will be a regular aeaUag of
Rwaaaa Encampment No. 41, I, O.
toalgbt In Odd eUowa' hall.
II bo work la tba Paerlarchlal
Degree, aad caadldatee are
tlmi -a v
irwtUa Baaeaverfeaeiety of
church will kaM a Hal-
rty oa ThuNday erealag
k at Ua ebarah, There
oat walks, 'nrpay fortune
.terested ara lavltod to at-
STORK PORMKRIiY OOClIj
I,. H. RICH W RKNTI
WILL HK riTTaW VWS
Wife After a Quarrel
fjt V. - T,
Headquarters wlU bo
by Ue roaubUcaa couaty
mlttee Umorrew. The build
raerly occupied by V. B. RU
shoe store baa baaa roatad,
be fitted up at oaoe.
R. A. BmmlU U ebalrmaa'i
committee aad O, T. Oliver
r Firat Shot Woman Falla to the
toor and UrHaabandtoTln-
Job. Fatal Shot the Fird
A.'W. OrtsaL regieter of
oB.ce at Lakevlew, arrlvsd
etty Moaday oveaiag.
lrRANOIBCO, Oat. II, Gee,
b, agadJOj abet aad killed kW
l M, UU moratag- Mo tkaa
t the nnllsa atstlaa aad etated
r aeare aje-aurareB1 aavsarajamsaa) asmarai BFamraramt
I had alUed kU wife la se
auagis ut wa who waa
laaaaot aad IhMv'lBl iMhi ..
blm ,. bueeherhiMe; Ufctf ,
Srst shot hUwlfe:leHMbnaf laf
aad aaM: ' - i.;:
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