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The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, November 08, 1912, Image 1

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California and Idaho are Still in the Doubtful Column
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Lane Wins Over Selling by Thousand
DEMOCRAT HAS
LEAD IN RACE
FOR LI SENATE
IMIVHNK IMNTKKMUTHKMM1, HUT
Irt OUT OF HACK
tolling Kmuh HVII in III. Own Canty.
Hut l-tN 4Me Moot Voir In llio
Outlying KrrUuut Willi Half ..f
ritalr llmnl Fmni, (lie Democrat
Hu n la.l Wlilrli Will Probably
Carry Wm THrongh
United I'rres Korvlcn
I'OltTI.ANI). Nov. 8. The lalnt
rrturm from throughout Iho dais In
dicate that l.ane has won In Iho sen
atorial race over Hulling. At n late
hour this afternoon Iho vol wna I.ano
36.073, Belling 34.333, llourna 34,4S(
Ijinr la leading llourna In Multno
mih county by CM Lane li loading
H lllnc In Multnomah county by 719,
villi all but two rclnru heard from
More than half of tlie vol of Iho
Mia ha been accounted for. l.ano la
ahead by 761 Helling la rutting down
l.ane'a atate-ldn lead, but It la not
MANY IX UA.MJKH
: WYOMING IS IN
WILSON COLUMN
Hauling on Mrrrta la Kipertcd ,
toNUrtHoon
Unllrd I'rtM Hervlce
CONHTANTINOI'I.K, Nov, I.
Tho situation li growing won 0 MTK ItCTUIINH HHOW THAT HK
liuro. Desperate hall lea In tho '
streeta aro eiprcted. Over a
.' J
OKTMAttKJVOTK e
4
Wilson Lead- Mat Oasaases ft-
McMMtaa
'r
United Prone Mrrtee 4
million men, women and ehll-
, drcn aro InvoWed. Iluslnets has
Upon suspended.
CALIFORNIA IS
STILL IN DOUBT
LATKHT Itl-rrUltNM HHOW THAT
IMMiSKVKLT HAH A HI.IOHT
J,KAI, HUT NOKTHKKN PHK
CIMTK AHK MIHNIM1 ,
11.1, HKAT TAhT II Y Aoe IBA
HO VAUM IX LINK HK THK
IIKMOC'ltATN
United i'raaa Service
CIIKVKNB, Wyo., Nov. . WllMB
la loading Taft by 600 vot, ad It
la rohkldertd certain that the demo
cratic randldale haa carried the atate.
(Continued on I'ago
4)
HAN PKANCI8CO, Nov. . Cali
fornia la atlll In doubt. The laleat
avatlnblo flgurra give Itooaevelt 10,
33S and Wllaon 380,135. The latnat
returna from Ua Angetoa county with
llirco ireclncla mlaalng glyp llooeevelt
711,488 and VIUonH4.l34. There era
ii few pre clncu In the northern coun
Ilea which are mlaalng; and the out
rome la considered moat doubtful.
Smile Will Take the
Place of Hand Cuffs
Mils Elsie Low will be Appointed
Deputy Sheriff She will Wetr
a Star and Make Arrests
Klamath county la to havo a young
woman deputy aherln.
Mum Klale, daughter of Hhrrlff
ilrct Uow, la to bo provldvd with a
itar, and will perform the dutlea of
doputy aherlff after January 1. when
her father takea bla oMce.
MUa Low U one or the moat at
tractive young women In tho county,
ai,d the only objection that can be ad
vrnced to her appointment la that It
nay reeult In the young men of the
county courting arreat.
.Anyway; It li certalu that when
Hi puty BherllT Klale Ixw goea out to
inako an arreat there will be no re
aUtance. MUa Low'a principal work In con
mctlon with the aherlR'a offlco will
t'i, of courae, clerical. Bho will as-
alat In the collection of taxea, but
there la certain to coma a time when
tho maacyillna depulloa are not avail
able, and a hurrycall for an officer
will como lu. Then, with her atar
conspicuously displayed, she will be
expected to go forth and perform the
dutlea of tho offlco.
"Come with mo." Miss Low's
friends know the persuasive amllo
which will accompany this command,
and they aro certain thai there will
bo no hanging back.
No handcuffs, twisters, or other ad
juncts to tho'Jou of poaco officer will
ho necessary.
"Yes, Miss," and the person who
hat disturbed tho pvaco and dignity
of the comtnuulty will trot, right
(long to tho county Jail.
Wllaon Oeta Idaho
United I'reea Service
IIOIHK, Nov. . Heturna Indicate
that Wllsoil has carried the state.
The latest roturna give Taft 30,141,
Wllaon 39,7 0; llooeevelt If, 111.
The precincts which have not
reported are heavily democratic.
NEW YORK, Nor. I A- UM
computed froa all available 4
source Md, wlOe- la aatre-i- e
mately corroet, inowa UMt Um
tout popular tu for Wllaon e
4 waa e,llf,l7, tUowralt 4,107,- 4
COS, Taft 3.311,314. 4)
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CALIFORNIA VOTE
MAYDE
DIVIDED
M'-HAYUUXtt- 4JV'IIMMHMMMVI
IXKOrOM MAY BMV-T IN M
VIMOX (MP VOTMH BKTW-KN
TKIMIY AND WILSON '
United I'reaa Service)
HAN FRANCISCO, Nov. I. With
about 50 preclncta mlaalng, It 1 now
admitted that an ot-clal couat will be
necessary to decide tho result In this
state. Itoosevelt leads by about 300.
I.os Angeles county, with seven
preclncta missing, gives the progrea-
Ires plurality of 20,179,' which. It
la believed will be enough to swing
the state for Roosevelt by a slight
plurality.
roealbly on account of the cutting
ot some of the progrsaalve electors In
the south, the electoral vote of the
xtate will bo divided.
Bad Checks Cause a
Yound Man to Flee
R. W, Caldwell is Being Sought by
the Officers of the Law. It is
Said that he Issued Bad Paper
H. W. Caldwell, n young man who
haa been lu the city several weeks, Is
being sought by tho officers on' a
charge of securing money by means
of worthless checks. As a result of,
his operatloM, two Klamath FalU
Places of business art out 10 each.
Complaint ag4.-Caldwell was
aworn to this afterMM by, J. -. Par
risk, a .tarts-dsr, jjrsd ib'
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"Smoke" saloon. It la charged that
Cnldwoll lasued check for 1 10, 'lin
ing his own name, and drawn on the
First National bask. He had uo fundi
there, It Is charged.
It Is reported that another local
business house also holds some ot
Oaldwol's paper, although' no com-pleJ-t
has been made.
Caldwell la believed to have gone to
California.
JUDGE GOWEN IS
UNUSED TO TITLE
HKCKNTLY K-KCTKD JUMTICK OK
THK I'KAUK FAILS TO K-COU-MEK
CALL WHKN MAN 8HOUTH
"HKY, JUIM1KI"
"Hey, Judge!" k
A man, said to hall from Bowutw,
dashed wildly down Main street this
afternoon, shouting at the top of his
lungs.
Everybody In town who had ever
been Justice ot the peace or held the
Indicator In a baseball game turned
around, but the person who was ad
dressed kept right on going. He was
K, W. Oowsn, Justice of peace-elect of
l.lukvlUe precinct.
Finally the Doaanaa man overtook
Mr, (lowen, and It was not until then'
that the recently elected magistrate
fully realised what Us ottce carries
with It tho name, anyway.
"I feel grateful tony friends," said
Judge Oowen. "They worked hard
for me, as the resul shows, and I am
very grateful. 1 suppose I will get
used to tho title after while, hut K Is
a little strange right now."
Ill' AMUR IS
OUT ON BONDS
KLACK MAnf MMMY ITJT ITT
wm4w to qui nam son oct
of rw t
BVMNQ
JERRY MARTIHJM,
HUUtFS HIS EYES
'Drown
All
United Press St Ids
CHICAQO. Nov. I. Jaek
arrested last nlat f ef wkRe slavery.
In coaaseUo. wtfli his rslatlssm wMh
Bella Scbrelber, asyesisd before Pad-
era! Judge I-uM4s fhla wmla. Mis
saoehsr f emlshsd n, hod ejC H,.
After It was apyrered Um acsd
woman west.
STUDENTS READY
FOR Bit GAME
HK1H SCHOOL AOORKOATION
WILL PLAY TKAM OOMPOMH)
OF YOUNU MKN RMPLOYBO'lN
KLAMATH FALLH
The flrst scrimmage will probably
tuke place this aftsrneoa by Um two
football teams of the high school. A
flrst team will ho made wp shortly,
and It U expected they will star the
town team on Thanksgiving.
Tho high school teams said they
would plsy on condition that Um
average weignt or tne town team
woald be equal that ot tho high.
The town team has assented, so
that a game on .Thanksgiving may bo
looked forward to.
Athletics la hlg- school are some
what unsettled at present, some of the
boys wishing to start basketball,
while the majority ot tbs boys wish
to continue with football. It will bo
greatly disappointing to assay of Uo
townspeople to see football abandon
ed so sarly, as Uoy say tho best game
always comes e on Thanksgiving.
This Is true, and K will be dlsaatrow
to athletics la high school to aban
don football so early.
osUNVaoN or
ANUsB
AorMuri
MOMKINMOCWNB
Jerry Martin, srsndsnn of
Jerry Martin. trssMsnt of Um
NaUo-al hank of U sMy, la.
Inod to his homo In B-smae os
count of an Injary to bla eyes,
suttlag from a bruise an Um forehead.
The injury will preveat h frssa
ael-g his eyas for several wseks. and
has neeesslUtod his wlUdrawal frosa
tho State Ualvaratty Oloo (Swh and
tho eosatag Draaatle Owh atar. as
wsU as "Tho Cloads," to ha nwt on he
Mr. Reddle'e alaaa In draasatk) snter
ateUUon nsat Satnrday night
Clareaee A has token Mr. Mar-
lea's aart InThe Clenda."
FINANCES ARE
IN GOOD SHAPE
Mra. Margaret D. Hayter el Dallas,
Worthy" Orand Matron of Oregon, Is
expected to make an oMetal visit to
Aloho ChapUr KosUrn Star next
Tuesday oTsntog ''
SINGER PLEASES
H. S. STUDENTS
MMS. WAGNBhR MN A OOOH-
OF SONGS AT HMM BCBOOL
AUUUY-Hi0-AIW APPIUV
ciatr hkr mwym
The high school aasembly wu en
tertatned this -Memln by Mrs. Wat.
Wagner, n loeal ataer ot great merit,
oU of her islsetlsns wars wall gl
on, and her IntornratiUoa of an old
Highland- sou waa donaey
Mrs. WaMer U a amber
of the K. O. M. . sJswnl,
v
11.451,110, nuklag n total of IT.I4I,.
700.
"Of tho unsigned subserlatloas.'
saya Comptroller Durkee, "there has
been pall I,IIS,I91.II, or 11.11 per
cent of the total. Inaamneh aa but 40
per cent of Um total haa boon sailed
for at Uo Ubm of this aUtoamont, I
consider Uo proportion of collections
vary remarkable."
. iilli' w
or M-e Votes
:...-.CsL.,. "i-...yst
: !. :Tnnf l!
T-T r- 7i p " c?.'
C-M.Usa-rireew, -TTill' TA M.'-f
OAKYILL-, Mar. I Oesv O) Ifl IAXW& ltHl' ,'
4'Uto retams show that "0eU M gUISTgl '' aB''
4 Joo" Cawott kaa kaon defeated o it! RWIaffcW IWilfaM-, ,.
fcrinvatos. Tholasae-ileeaV.' . ., ' J' ill
' 4 or la aotod aa saylac aMrety . - rt s,- . H
' "sm" when Um resoet hoaaao " .MHf,.fSV--l MM
known. d .'.' . '. jaajnaMa"' .''- ,
ty - " '! n"v.?..''X,r
'''.4 . ,- rS;' '
h ' fifHit tt; 5?S:'-
Ul VI VBaiinilaYlTW ' ns,iiliniJsjBsa-lV-tas, ,
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YMC rBMKT Wb kll4sa nMahaeaaaii
es-- aa w pw , m f mSBBrrasj a ajsagflajamamp aa bbbj aBmaj-aagjBBB j l
VJi- miimi" ' Var'''tmi'-,' n:,,,-,'.'. mt...
, fJf"HssY WtUUKM Of.C0MsMsaL ??'Pf'r.'' Trf
h 'j- v -; ? MtiMklMlaMMMs1teMi
KVaLwT i swasaMSB) av. smst 'app-
' n SV1B.js"ai'la csl
Mai Press) stftaa MaWMaff'MnsaiSSr-E 'B
HMW YOUC, Mar. I Piantolsf l':.T".: ,- " " l W ' y
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um-m moaaa ,. nsn saa Miai ffpansMM).L ', 1 'fv .
W-m 'wM tm tO-Wtoa, h.' m .---1-T --... v. .. .
Afn1iwkBJ gBaeHCJeaHaalaft UsiM , aUT?7 Wm
nti fsLa sat4M i . fSSls -ff-MOHSSslllBBsAs! f ft fe
KELLEY AKimPES !tilr
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sjm Bllgf-I rilBr T-w1 sewwea-smHssj Bamjaai smnaamn smmmf
run m riM i s-c--a.- ,
Off TSOraUl Hf M CRT ON W f?' ?!PVMf"Jli
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"Rougbaoaaa" Master arrived fci r ,-vVvV
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TO-Mor 174- wM Bd Anlnsnn. Uo - Bsv!Aa'''
Vaneoaver. Wash., Uchtweeght. - J',l ,-..,
KeUaf and Anderssn have ataod MONA-Mf-NMMMM, K , , t,
beforo, Anlirsen winning. KoUer r -M - K' '
comnouMm or panama4a.
CtaTOEXrXNlTHNls--aiTO.
LIC TMB IMUJ-M'l ANS
M7awHa-tNT Of F-NBS
I8peelal to The Herald
SAN FRANCISCO. Nor. I. Rod
ney 8. Durkxe, cemptroUor ot Uo
Panama-Paelle IntamaUonal Bspoal
tlOB, la hie aUteaMat of Uo metme,
Mpendltarea and sahseriaUon aeooaat
for Ue entire period from Uo eosa
mencement of bastaeas In DeeembeT.
1909, to September II, nil, st-tes
that flOI.lll.lt waa need for Uo
pare-aso of real estate, and that Ue
balMIng and gronnda deparUneat has
expended 1140.141.11, whisk la an In-
dleaUon of lu activity. Thla oatlay
covers arekltaetaral and saglnssring
expenses and Uo coat of MM In the
ovortow lands on tho eaneoHlon slto.
Tho aahoerlaUon aeoannta ahow
total signed snaaerlaUona of ll.lll.-
ISO, and unstgnod suboertpUona of Ulnka ha haa H on Uo YaneonTor boy
now, and Mr going to train hard far
Uo boat, whieh wHl ha staged by
Merle Monism.
the wall knewn
VppU
Fraak M. Upp,
Jeweler, haa I
laaaoetor for Uo SeaUetn
railway. His diatriet' will ho
Wood to Ula otty.
WA-dUNOTON, V..Ci NeV.-A
roalde-tT-nhaaatwaradUManaar- ,
4 f alaava Mee4ssMV aAd nssassaaa
to aaM Immediately frssa pn-slilgkla
to aeataot AaMriean aankaaaai
sdasafors In Ssarran nnd sarat.';
sMn-., BklBHHlA9aaHaA s
f JFlWJeJB, sbhBI
Asserlean ambaasadir at
naalo to araaare to swota-t jaa .-:i
te.u-toMr. i " i ! '''' '.. -,.: t
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AiistriA And Russia W RrV-dv
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for Hard European utmpaign
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Troops are Massed on the frontiers and it is BeUtfed
that the end of War with Turkey will be Marked
by the Commencement of a Graat .0jtfh
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United Press Serv we
PARIS, Nov. I. Aastria haa
od a largo force an Ua frontier, and
everything is in rsadwess to tnrade
Ua territory of the. Balkan statos U
Ula hssasssa nossaaary to' order' to
enforce terrHostal daaiaa-i.
,'.' Russia w araeUealiyoa a war foot-
lag. , , '
I. It la fSrart-
BUOAPMT, Not-
ad Uat Uo sfntaarlAM
aABftlv'shaaVil aPMh dsatIAABali
Pwwrww- dJf4B"ai'a"J,l jWslarVHs"-1 'e"lsMsaBj"m"BI
ana tna routed dsiandara ara wurea-
bvi .toward Cona4anMnaale, twontyr
to ssUea daMantr' '' v" '. '
Ula hsMsvsd that t)Ma Is Um sad
kgkgk aataMlfjataam WlfasBjatHfi ai UI
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