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KLAMATH FALLN, OHKOON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBKR 15, 11
Officer Wm. HaU Makes Important ArrS
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Loaded Down with Plunder, Young Burglar Thro ws up his Hands
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EUROPEAN WAR
IS AVERTED
BY AGREEMENT
BUD ANDERSON IS
HERE FOR MILL
VANOOVVKK LAD FKKLN OOOD
AFTKK A HAHU HATTLK WITH
UKUWiK MKNMIO, FAMOUH UW
ANUK1.HH LKIHTWsClUMT
MCMANI6AL STILL
ON THE STAND
VLUARIA CUmm DKFINm,'
rACT WlWt AVftTMA
Dud Anderson, without ft scratch.
amkt l to Oct AaVtatte ftoaaoit anl lis spite of his encounter In Medford
lUUroMl Freest kMtrotltoa to ftelea
fas, Accorasac to kUlaaaeat Matfe
by lYrakl Owl of the "ntgar
laa IWUammU CfcoWa AMi to
Horror of War
IMPf.K'ATKH TVIBTMOK IN THII
LOH ASUKI.m KXPLOHION, AND
MAYif DYNAMITK WAH I'LACKU
AT THK OTIM HONK
cnJ vt Mfnci
LONDON, Not. IS. It If author
astlttly stated that President Dane
I Ui Bulgarian parllameat baa cloa-
i a dtlalte agreement with Auitrla,
atertby flcrvu got as Adriatic ut
art aad the railroad from Mltrovltsa
to telealka. Tkle practically kill
cay ekaace at Mnmi war.
idled Praia Berets
LONDON. Nov. 1G. Turkey aad
wbjarla kava deflaltely agreed to aa
MaJeUte. accordtaa; to" a Coatral
Bm Agency saeeaaga received bar
ton Sella, via Bucharest. Tkla re
mit aaaaot be eoalrmed.
I CBaaMttatBtJaMMaVat
Failed Prcaa BervU-e
CONtTANTWOrLK. Nov. IS.
Ha ambassador af tha Pawsrs have
told Ut Porta that ibey will hart to
atMslt tha otbar allies, aa Bulgaria
abac cannot great aa armistice. Thla
M laurprated aa Indicating that Bui
Urta I determined' to occupy Con-
Uatlaoala.
Oaaataaa to Asfraam
lUUd Praaa arvlaa
RUDAPhWr. Nav. IS. Tha al-
airUM coattaaa to advaaaa. raajard
of tha paaea aaaaflatlaaa la pro'
Nm. it la reported that Ua vaa
awd haa reached KlUat, tha Black
m aatraaea to tha Baapaaraa, with
aula forea wHala OnaUUa, aad
Ut llBta atllt advaacla. ,The oecu
patios of CoaaUatlaeala la hallaved
be latvlUMe, aa tha OUeawaa are
Hitlaf up a vary weak deleave.
(iwiaw no. rwiK
Tutadar nliht with Otorie Memalck.
one of the heat known llghlwelihu In
the country, arrlred In the city lait
nlcht to prepare for hit bout with
Auatralla" Kelloy here a week from
loalibC
Ulck Donald, Andorton'a manager,
declarea that hla.hoy la In great abapo
and that the mill here next week will
he a tod one.
"I don't think there la a chance In
Hie world of llud lotlng," aald Donald
thla afternoon, "but thla Kelley boy
mutt be watched. He hnowa a lot
About the game, and la a rower. We
will Uok out for bint."
Anderaoa will go lalo tralalag at
once, although he It, la perfect condi
tion right bow. He haa agreed to
lua&e US pounda on the afttraoon of
Hi aUIL
The Portland Journal bad lb fol
lowing to aay about the Meawlck-Aa
derwage:
Hoping to make a rich harvest of
raay money , George afeatalck of Lot
Aagelea, under the aaaumed namo of
Freddie Corbett, and a following, In
vaded Medford to flght tea rounds
with llud Anderson of Vancouver,
Wash. Anderson won In the eighth
round on a knockout, after flooring
Memtlck eight timet. After tha flrtt
two rounds the flght waa all Ander
ton's, Memtlck vainly hoping to laud
n lucky knockout. Aa the bout turn
oil out, Anderson's claim to recogni
tion with the near topnotcbera It
strengthened. The loser admitted his
IdeaUty aad warmly praised the Van
couver lad aa a comer of tho first
aaaUty.
"It waa the twenty-eocond scalp
Anderaoa tied to his belt. The ptuedo
Corbett boxed like a veteran, and
floored Anderson In the second round,
but the Vancouver boy roto like a
flaab and from then until. the elghtb
sent hit opponent to the mat at leaat
once In every round.
Considerable money was bet on
the match by a number of San Fran-
t'nlied Press Porvlr
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. 16, OrtU
McManlgal, when ho resumed thu
ttand today said:
"Jim MiNamara -Mid that 'Old Msn
Tvletmoe' first suggested the Times
explosion. ' ,
He testified tha. MrNamara an
ctarod that after tin- blowing up of
the Paclfla Coatt Lumber company's
plant at Onkland, Ttlatmoe, who Was
"paymaster of the l'.i Iflc coatt," was
very much pleatod, and gave him
fSOO and luggestif that ho dettror
the Timet building.
He twjro that Jim McNamara ds-
clarod that ho lis! idaced the dyna
mite charno at tho Oils home.
GOWAN TELLS OF
HIS EXPENSES
HvccmnrvL oimbatk for
JVNTIUi: OF TatR PBACK WAH
OUT aai.M TO (Jiff THK JOB.
OTHKK CANMOiTM TBIX
It cost K. W. M-Oowaa Just ISt.SO
to be elecUd Juttlw aC the paaea of
Llnkvllle precinct, areordlng to a
tworn statement filed let the ottce of
the county clerk today, f
A. L. Coan, socialist candidate for
assessor, spent 91.80, aad William
Snow, Independent aad succsssful
candidate for coastabl. spent fit
durlag the campaign.
WW wwwmt BWIIi
PHINTHTON, Nov. J5. Prttldeat-
olect Wilson will go to New York this
afternoon to attend a banquet of kla
class, Princeton, '19. He doea aot
expect to return her before golag oa
bis vacation.
ELECTION MIX-UP
6ETTIN6 NORSE
NOTHtNO MMRIVB CAM Ml
KNOWN VNTCL TBI QTWKMAL
COUNT INIMCATIONB MATH
WIIX MM aWXR
(,'nltrd Pfcst fftttm
SAN FRANCISCO, Nor. IS. The
election mlx-ap la ajetttag won. He
Cage of Saeraataato elates Uat
Roosevelt is 100 ahead, wall WUaaa
lira here concede RooasveH a lead f
M. In Lo Angelea Rudolph Saraek-
ela haa employed Barat deteetlvea la
an attempt to prove that the ballot
boxea la several of ta prstlaeta ka
that eoaaty war Uaapered artta rf
Roosevelt's followers.
Jordoa refasee to make aaalla aay
more returns aatU tha eoaat la com
plete, ladleatloaa are growlac Uat
there will be a apllt la tha eteetoral
veto.
OIL REPLACING
WOOD FOR FUEL
TWO OWNkUeS OF JDUDDMI W
BXAJtATH FAIXS FIND OHKAP.
OTBaCATDKITaTAN
Movement Started to Create
New Office for the County
Attorney! are Anxious, to Have Clerk of the Circuit
Court to handle Matters Collected With Suits.
Now Performed by County Clerks
Klaaaata FaMa bow, baa two baltd
Sjaa fgtsmjlgaja ffaA BBaV
PJaa BwjrnaH awajajaojaxeaji wg
aU far fnel. aa4 too
that tola wilt be lb
dty la all of tho largo laBeiaf Tao
new 0. W. WbMo balldlaa baa
eatoac with aa oal karaar, aid X
A. Feeler of taa
Jaat eoeaptotod tha laetalhtsaa of i
pUat ka U
la addition wUl also faratok
the First Nstleaal Bank bedMaac.
Those two pleats at aow ka
ttoa, aad latartad awaora tt
laga are watohfaag tho
wttk latereat, a aa tkakr
dspaad tk aiaeardbMC af
faraaea for tk ail
all enrtkooaataa4fcfojlaf oe
eratlag la radaead to
k la atotofl tkat tk east at taat.
WlllUM CAIliT
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BJtUlIHCHNll'r
(Ciniinucd on Pscv 41
Use of Electricity
Increases in City THIS CITY GOOD
Capacity of Local Company is In
creased 1200 Horsepower by
Connecting Tail Creel Line
Ths Fan Creak Haa at Ua Oregon-
UaUforala Power oompaay waa tied
tt alght to the Klematk Falla plant,
tti'rtby ronnectlag all at tka"a"
HU of tk company la Oragoa aad
iXorala. Hareafter thravwlll ba
ko UosajklUtr' af KMBiath Falla bo
H wUhaat UghU or oowsr far a
oat aa aeeeaat at ay ta
local plant, aa Ua entire lead
an tmatedlatety awltehed to tka
l powr Uaa. ; -
s Tha FaU'oraak atoat kad, already
couaitoi wtoibWiiMakU at
ntMnaaA mm J itlM ffsaWaw aaJkal Jk lalaJk
f w- ) WwlHafBfl J7 J
IttC. Of -Uftl lufialkffaflW aMtaaV 11.1 aMSt
P. iVt i miJ kflji . 7 .J
wanit-basrafahek
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mlsalea tine to connect up the Ktam
uth FalU plaat.
According to F, II. Mromor, elec
trical auperlataadent of tho Klamath
division, tka uaa o'f electricity has In
creased at a vefy rapid rate during
Ua past year, aatH aow practically
the full capacity at U total plant
baa been reached. Tk connections
wltk the other pUnta wlllj4ve an
additional 1,300 horse power. A new
SS-hersepowsr motor kaaiaai.aa
Installed la the bos factory of, tka
Klamath5" Hanufacturlng company at
Bhlpptagtoa.'aad It U predicted taat
tha comlag irtar will see a large iw
ber of w tactarlea etarted In Klam
ath Fall which will use electilclty
far power, .
movement has been started by i and there nre now 6 law oasea pead
members of the bar and the county nt and 60 equity cases, besides the
dork's office for the creation of the i" "".T"?"" """"""
icrs. mii ui taeea cases ura i wm
ad tho
by
cilice of clerk of tho circuit court for
Klamath county. At the preaent
time the county clerk la ex-ohlclo
clerk of tha circuit court, an
work la performed by himself
some of the deputlea la bis ofllce.
When court Is la session there la a
mass of work for thla department,
and where a portion of the records
are kept In the circuit court aad the
balance In the county clerk's oBce, It
cautos a great Inconvenience to the
attorneys as well aa the clerk, aad It
la very easy for error to occur.
Bine January 1st there kaa beea
1 law cases filed and IS equity cases,
docketed and the papers and orders
Died as they are presented by tka at
torneys aad the court Unless as
treme care la taken It Is easy for aala
take to bo made In the eatrlea aad
filing of the papers. This Is particu
larly true ahould the papers be flled
with one of the deputlea uafaaatUar
with the work, during the sessloa of
court.
Executions nre Issued aad some
times not sntered In the execution
docket by deputies not kavlag tkat
work la ckarge, and thereby eauaea
considerable annoyance to Ua attor
ney. Whea cases aro 1114 by a dep
uty that la not used to the elrcalt
court work Uey very often are aot
ladexed properly, it, at all, wklek
causes contusion la looking up euKa
pending.
Clerk D Lap Is very muck la favor
of tha creatloa of tho aaw ofltce, aa
he kellev this, work can bo better
baadled by oaa maa, wbo gives kla
aaUr time to It, Uaa by deputies
from bit ofkc. It the oace should be
created by tha aeit leglslatur It Is
probable tkat It would ha filed by
appointment by tka governor uatll
the aext eteetloa. At Ua praseat time
aeorgo Chattata, deputy clerk, kaa
dies most ot Ua circuit court work,
aad undoubtedly bo would ka eoaaM
ered aa tka moat ootapeteat aua (or
the appolatmeat
BUSINESS POINT
PIANO FIRM WIIX MAKK KLAM
ATH FALLS PKRMANRNT HKAD
QUAKTKH8 AND DMTMBUTINU
POINT
tihouherd & Sons, the wall known
uauo Unulert, have decided to make
Klnmatli FalU n permanent neaa-
(lunrteu aud distributing point for
Kbttaru.Oregou. Tins nriu som ineir
drst plauos In KUmath couaty twenty-three
years ago, and have keen
innklnK regular tripa mrouga mis
Miction since, that time. WIU the de-
vninmuent and growth of auaauta
ORDERS FOR MAPS,
SWAMP OFFICE
WAIt IN MALKANH CRoUTOS BM
UKMANU FOR MAPS OF aUHMCR
ItlthKY, MONTUNBWM) AND
AUHTRlA-Ht'NaARY
,
(Jutted Prsas service
WASHINQTON, D. C, NaT. 18.
Tho government printing aatc Is
swamped under a flood of ordera for
mapa of Greece, Turkey, Maatoaegro
and Austria-Hungary aaa,rsult of
the all!' stuck upon U .Moslems.
Letters from congrssaevanntor
and U public generally.' aaurlng
GIVES ADVICE
TO THE STUDENTS
Tka Hall OrlM
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bubbmf aaaxaxasfam, -- jLW A -tni-'
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FINsM i aesasm.aam aaBas saaaasj, (l, -a,
m. m a jitfkAiMBaaaiMt
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as avsaasaaai waaw aaaaaaa aaw a
Im Mail. w iew sjem awaaw. . .
a storo, aamd mtko wdtoajaak .-.
Krattaekam aaikawa " '' mmmaay
Mtva aa. wwsaow, Bssaaaa. sa saaa mar
Ua Jaaaaiki far awaaa .saw bbwbbv t xaw asmaav sjaaaar
aMt far eaotoat. " ,' aWABBaraaiBW
f wa msaraasr. aaskiaajam snaWa. wm
s---i.i harried anaasA to taw kaafe. 2kaaat U.
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W. S eente. 11U - (UaaAaalSk. Wtlli w, ' "
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air
Uat akara waa ta awaaV -
. tttt aaJaa inhabit tkaA aaa
nin allies. .
oil far tad. asW all af tka
toga to k arsotsd
wlU probably be
buraora. It Ua alalaM af
faetarera ara atavwa.
NEW YORK. Not. 11'
I big throughout oar territory." Tkle
Is Ue aaaouaeemeat af JaUaa Kratt-
schaRt. vie preetdeat t Ua Haiwt-
ta llaoa. karo today aftor a.ato
week' trip over Ua eoatpaay'a aroa-
eny laapoeuas naaM Coast
Ceaeeralag reaarta tkait Ua
Pacta latoadod
new short Haa bstwsc. Iraaaafl aa4
Los Amgetee.
Ue work waa acUg aatkaa to
local territory, bat
a Uroagk llao were
i:
. . m. sW. u.iaa. ....a- aana M 41aa. Hiss
Falls and the couaty, me traaa aeraav wiw w" ""- -
. . . n Innnrtant that th irm IDasA WBT aUKTICl. .-.
lias uvvwihw "-r. - -w - t . ... ...-"-
derided to opvn permanent hsadauejr
tr here, l enable' them to Beadle
their rapidly Increasing business, Tk
Ehepherd family has followed tka
pluaa business for a'1 period ot forty
l. years. ,
Oreeki rcaldlag la thl waatry ara
nlto atktag far waps prtatot to thelf
native laagusgi. but Uaaa are not
supplied by the"v govtraxaeat. being
compiled rprl
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laud
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PMNCIPAL VAVQWt
TMB.HK1H kCHOOL BTVBKNTH
WITH NBCaaSatTY OF BBIBalMI.
NATION .
Prof. W. U. Faught gave the high
school studeaU a, practical lHtle talk
this morning about the laa aad outa
of a student. His talk waa direct aad
to the polnt, aad left ao doubt la aay
of the students' mlada aa to what ka
meant, Ha told VU students Uat If
they expected to i make a aolaUSe
they must be poasecaaa otjsftckta B
tlveneaa,';' He ad'ii-'TMlUat-Ing,
"wobbly" stuaoat'WMld ka a
"wobbly" versoa la UUK He advised
tha students to stlek'to their, coarse
and got a "bulldog grip" oa'Ulagt.
aad tkaa go on wltk H througk Wi
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Analysis Shows Mrt;
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Qty Water is Pure
Tflllaa nsmlitai tTWawt MA AAAi '
' ' 't r "' " i ' mill".'
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'T'.'-A-" l,.S-ls ((, if
Gallons of Water a Day,
On Third Wall
V
According to a report Jaat rtvd
from Ue chemist af , Ua Ualvetatty
of California by Ua CalKarmJa-Ora-gon
Power company, tka praseat wa
ter supply ot Klamath Falls' w jaat
about aa pure aa It I posalbl tarit
to become. The tost show tkat Ua
water Is equal to Uat of aay at !tk
oltlea ot the state, aad mack aarar
tkaa many ot tka Wlllaasett Yaltay
towaa. The report'' teUawa: lJ
Berkeley, Nov. 'ITTka'kM- v
tertologlcal taaamtoaShm, U ka
saxapte of; Water Jaiarkid, kaif.i;
received NaTapkar.i'kak'aaaav' ;
'Ui toMewtac hnM; 'BactoH'1,,
couat--etoxaa la,lt..'t
, watrt5 Taat fw;& jMwiik
kwtoea all aad aafraato kntk. ;
va.'wiu 1 cc. atU wa- ,
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water to Ua tty far aaaaa ttaaa faaaj
Ma two waila, wktek wata aatlM akkj
cummer Tkaa ara
teeatedaa Ua tarawi
aad ara soaaeetsd, wttk a total
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preaeat tkaa fcka fataa la. kakaf f
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