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KLAMATH KAMA ORROON, pjtlDAY, XOVKMRKR St, 111
DOVE OF PEACE
TRAVELS AROUND
IN WIDE CIRCLE
XMiOTIATIONN AIIK HTOITKH
AMI MTAHTKIl AMAIN
( la Km' Ttiat Oik Alllca Will
Modify Ttirlr Terms Turkey
Herat Have Attained a Nmv
Maii PlgMlag OubIIbuH la
Prmit of llialalja l.'tirrta I'annot
I'mlrrataail NltMatlon
New Use Found For MRS. WYNN GETS
A LETTER FROM
GOVERNOR WEST
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Klamath White Fir
Local Factory Making Tubs and
Pails of Timber Heretofore Held
in Low Regard By Buyers.
At u mult ul tlio experiments of .portion uf white Or haa not been In
the Klamath Kail Tub nnil I'all coin. dmntnl. There was no ui to which
pany, a new UM for the hitherto " ""'' l' "'
i, , ., . . .... .... in-nirnuic. as an evidence or this, is
slightly vsiued hii nr ..r ti.u tec- ,. . . ,.,. .. ...., . .,,.
Ilun haa beeti dltcoversd, and the nr thli year la but 60 cent per thoas
value of timber holding! In certain nnd, about halt that of more dealr
parti of the county It now on tho up ulilu timber,
grail. It liai been discovered thai It hat been dltcovered that whit
Olihn vthlle fir U the moat dolrablc fir nmket a whiter, tlfhWr and more
4 w(Mi(l for tin manufacture of palls, a lutlol.-ta wood for palli than anr
a- AaetrU rrraring lirlak iletiiand for which It now evl- oilier tin brr found In thli lection.
United I'rce Service Vilroccd.
VIKNNA, Nov. S2.-Thr. mln , In Hi
liter of war baa ordered the mn- there wf i found n coiw'.ierablo pro
blllsatloa of Ural three clatiri m , mj ...
ol reserve, uie greaiett aiv w
Hy pretalU at railroad renter'.
preparing to lrauixrl troopi.
KXkCDTlONI Wltli OP TaU FRO-
PLfe, MK MAYS
Tft.a l al Itili Mil etetll fii-lntv fttaiai
lUifiii nv lini m tmi 'aia inivi una
In thu wit timber laud on which Junt cloned n contract for fifty cara of
jib in iur ueiiTerj uuiina ivid.
Klamath FaJto
Her ttrttrm
Own Life t
t'umlem d
oi Know
WIIIWm MeKI lf
Yoaaaal
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ire TKw"'ar Vhr
Who Mm Dom
KcUiiro of Nn.
Voters Favor Selling
of Courthouse Square
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Market Idea Meets With Some Fafor
But a More Suitable Site la Cos
sidered Best.
CENTER OF
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CONVERTED mTO
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United I'rvaa Hervlct
80KIA, Nov. J J, It It oRlcUllr n
Bounced that peace nrcotlalloni have
Deen rraumed, Ihougli flghtlnc con
llruea at Cbalalja. It It eipetted
lUI the alllea will modlfr their
urnu.
: SHOP EARLY IS FREIGHT RATE
THE ADVICE NOW: IS VERY HIGH
Vraarl Torpnlonl
Ualled I'rraa Bertlce
CONHTANTINOI'I.K, Nor. IS Tho
Mamadlen waa towed lulo port today
aad docked. The warlil had been
torredoed and damnil Whether
the rreael tank the llutrarUn torpedo
boit or not could m i"1 learned.
Turkey Nm llcalrn
pelal to The lleiald
Hrfto 1'ARII, Nov J. Adl'Vch"traa
totii aaya thai the lluliarlan rablael
la ontlderln the modifying r Uie
txiC term. Thli Indlratra that Tur
key It not compUrly deftnlrd aa It
' wat tuppoted.
WITH HOLIDAY ONLY tti DAYH
AWAY, llt'HH IS AltUUT Tt
hTAUT 4-lllllMTMAH HI'lltIT IM
KtHJI.MI IT WAY IN
Heralding In nowipapert and tbop
wludoaa that old lotu, which hat
almott become an adago autoug the
Kncllth tixaklng itcople, "Do your
Chrlitmat ehupplng early," hat terv
rd lu remlud tho people of Klamath
falli that tho gieat holiday It draw
Ing nigh.
With Chrltlinat It dayt away, the
thornier Ir- Mng drilled to get buay.
The wlndoai are commencing to take
on a holiday appearance. Of couree
there will bo belter and prettier dec
orallont later, but gradually the
Chrlttmai tplrlt It edging lltelf Into
(liu butlnett world.
United I'reaa Hervlce
LONDON. Nov. Jl-The unetpecl-
d Itrmlnatlon of peace negotlntlonil
'it a puiile berev Cilwrta ngrre that I
Turkey'a outlook It not hopelett. The
lluir.rltn altuallon It critical. It It
eiptcted that Turkoy will hold Cha-
Hlalja Indefinitely, tlrengtbcnlng the
.(definte with an at my from Atla.
lit II la doubtful If the aerviana nun
Ornka will be able to aid the liui
Itrlint. A Vlennna dltpatch tayt
'Ihit AutUla hat called for tli more
corpt of ike army reaervea.
NOAH'S ARK IS
L S. PLAY
I OUT KiaMATII HAY IM SIHI'I'KD
TO OAKL..VI KAILHO.U) UKTH
.tl.MOhT AH M It'll AH DOKM TMK
(IIIOWKII
In tplle of eicettlve freight rata
lilMven thli city and Oakland, the
t). K. Trautter company today enlp
InmI two car loadt of Port Klainaih
timothy hay to that city. Toe price
aboard tho cara In thlt city waa
H ..to per ton. The price la Oakland
III be f 24.(0, the difference, coin to
tlt-i mllroad company.
The votara of the county who Uot
the- aelllng of court boute hut are
In the great malorlty. according to
anawera received by the county eomrt
letteri of Inquiry aent out The bum
of providing a public market Uee u
meeting with favor, tut it u ue
Waauu aT anlalaa that iu eeaix
house aquare m not auMahle for tknt
purpose.
fn addlUon to' ! agenrari to
the questloM naked In tk letter t
Innnlrv aant oat. BUlBjr VOtert tre
REPORT BATTLE
H
United Preea Henrico
IIKHMN, Nov. ::.- The kalter and
Foreign Mlnltter Klderlln greeted
Archduke Pram.Kcrdlnand at tlio tla
,llon bore today, lie camo hero to dlf
cum (he altuatlon In the llalkant.
A'l'IIKNH. Nov, J5. Thirty tbout
and prook'troopa hao been ordered
loChalnIJa, Hrvla It alto oipocted
tf Id tend a force.. It It rumored Hint
(lie (Irreka pUn to fofM
through tbo Dardanelles.
MILL TONIGHT
WILL 8E FAST
uiri.l.KV AMI AMtKltMON AHK
IIOTII IN HOOD CONDITION VUH
IIOXINO KXHIRITION TO UK
IIKI.D IN Ol'KIL HOIMK
1'I.AY IM OIVKN IN Tin: niu", Hud Andcrton and, Auttrauan iei-
NtrilOOli MY MTtlMKNTS rilO-jley clath at. the ojiera houte tonight.
' ....,. c ivvtu lliilh boy are In the pink of condl-
.Hon, aud tpeculatlon I rife aa to the
HAI.KM joutcomo. Anderaon It great favor-
llo here, and la. of courae, the favor-
pi. unlnr nlav. "Koah't Ark. WHII... , ,,,. ..,, hut ICallrv hat
pretvutcd turccttlully thla morning j mftj0 IOBio frlendt alnce he haa been
i.. htifh nrhool Bttembly by tho differ- uoro wj,0 are confident that he will
out membere of tho Senior clntt. Wn,
Home of tlio minor pnrtt wero lak-
' tr..n.. . l.lB ltiti.v narlnar
HOinO 01 mo ni"" l - I nviui " - .-- r
'en by Bopltomori-t and Frothnicn, wno'gnve n tparrlng luhlbltlon at tbo Btar
I . . ..i ... .n '.i....... i... i niahi lla ilemonttratad
lllivaivi m.... - -
prologue hit ability at a boxer, and If It de-
win
ncled their parla well.
Mitt AlllllO llli"T" ' " ' --....- . - -
... ....... i iim i.lnv. Hlio'n.linm that ho hat the punch,
ih wvhiimi inn iuiu uuwu i" !" i -!- -----
Laid It wun tin- Intention of tho liter-1 make things exceedingly Intereetlng
nrv tocloty to ahow tho development ror tno miaeioatcu """
.., .ir,,m by nlvliig "Id Play- 8I ollth boya are unutually f..t.
Ittated Hut "Noah's Ark" wat the
'lint tlop townrd tho pretent drama.
PENSION PLAN
NOT APPROVED
111(111 flOVKHNMKNT OPPICIAM
HAY ACCKITANCK OP I'KNHION
t IH IIKNKATH IMONITY t)P POUM
V.H I'RKHIDKNTM
United l'ret Bervlce
WAHHINOTON. D. C Novi U,
I'ronilBMit iMUit9ri and tovernmeut
officiate almost unanimously disap
prove of Cnrnegle's plan to, pension
ox-presldenU. The general oplnloa Is
that an acceptance of a pensloa Is be-
naall, tha dlenlty of efDresldMU.
lrsldeat Tatt wasot to be seen
today. -
-Jj
Ttlesslsre gmemt
tT.lt. Bau.. A-ktataSk I
OYiTRR BAY,,Nav.vM.-Colonel
..RooMvU4acJIe.to gmwtVp,tl
Caraatle ps4 t4u.
land that plays lalor on would bring
lout this development.
.I iv. whllo not designed to be
comedy, was vory humorout, whllo at
tho same tlmo It U n departure from
past plays In tbq school. i
clmraclert follew:
VolconfOod "ei!"1";
Noau '."-r"::""
Mrs. Nonli ....... M 0"""D"""
.....i. .an .
'"1' ...... nna
" Theodore Case
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...-.... ..!,. AnnlocatO.. Allie
UOttipa -"" -..- .. . .
Malts, Hnsel fiummort,
Manning. Plorenco Wrd. Inos,
Hllll.
. llavrv
... . uww fiaiarneain. i'
miiucia .., -7--
Messner, Joe cixeuon.
AnlmaU-Dogs-Harold Wronn and
Marguerite Nltchelss.
Oats-Clrtrude neals and Albert
if netsul
Rl.phantsHKthel Winter and Rosa
""ft - ... n.... and Pred
KmpXBi naru.u .-... --
Hellbronner,
uTi...i atanlav Smith
CMonkoy-Cllfford.Sevlts
I ' . ... mi... Annluate.
Jlo-'..,"
WIFE
MURDERER
MEETS DEATH
"1 suppose tbi I my life Is now la
Ihti hands of the lovernor," said Mrs.
Cbarlea D. Wyi of this city this
l aa.. aLaJ aaa alaa aa tKak
mumiiiB. wui u . inaulrr sent out. maajr
ini.al aha had I made to the State .n.Malni (hair anlnloaa aa to metk
executive to spare the lives of Ave ods of procedure. An abstract answer
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lienitemisry sooav lirnllll IUII I
Smiling pleasaktly Mrs. Wyna told I H h V I 1 1 fBIl I
Herald reporter this morning that IILllllLU lllLa.
she would deem'D a favor to die to
save the lives of ke unfortunate men
who have been cMaemaea.
Tbey are not 'ready to meet their
maker, but I am a Christian aad am,'
abe said. i
Mrs. Wvnn decs not have the ap
pearance, of a ptfsoa seeking notori
ety, iter quieu; earnest mmh
rnnvlariBc. aad i the eicresssd con
siderable dtaplesftire at the publlcllr
which has bee irvan her correspoad-
ence with Ue (jwfaraor. .
"I did not aawect that my letter
would he pakllsksd braad east." she
said, "kill If k will aid tat the savlag
of tke Uvea of tkeee poor mea 1 will
be satiated."
Rut tk mvaner eaaaot order
ou to be haaaed la the plaee of tke
condemaed prleeaers.". sifsjastad tke
. nMi .1? ..fa i.-1 ......
liamr.'--ter,.iM.w ""
"Bat It wilt be murder If the gov
ernor allows those unfortunate mea
to be hanged." was the prompt reply.
"Are you acquainted with any ot
tho condemned men?" she waa asked.
No; I don't even know their
names," waa the reply.
Mrs. Wvnn received the following
letter from Qovernor West a few days
ago, In response to her first letter to
tbo governer:
'I acknowledge receipt of your let
ter of Nov. 13. 1. too. regret that the
ueoDla aaw flt to reader the verdict
they did In regard to capital punish
ment. Under our system of govern
ment, however, the hlahest authority
It the legally expressed wish of the
people, and la accordance with that
with expressed oa November 6tb,
bauglng mutt be the general rule la
Oregon from this tlms until tbo peo
ple themselves decide otherwise.
Mr. and Mrs. Wyan live la apart
nieuta on tho corner of Main aad Sec
ond atreets. Mr. Wyna Is aa agsnt
and painter. Ho waa at work this
morning and Mrs. Wynn declared
thut ho did uot know of the letters
sho had written to the governor.
"He will not like It at all," she said.
"Uesldes he will not Uke the prospects
ot losing me."
Mrs. Wynu' mother's sister married
Mrs. Wm. McKlnley'a brother. She
u well road and talented, oa the walla
of her apartments being a number of
oil paintings by herself.
would be karc to write, aat Ue pre
vailing oplaloa appears to e as fel
lews:
"Sell court koase sqaare far aa
araat a ansa aa BeaatMo. TBM MHO
eeaelderatiea Ue market pries -
llarly situated property, aa, k k m
fouad ImpraeUeal at tkls Uaae ta'tet
that sum, kold the property aattt the
rail aetata market 'leeks wp.' Dm
the proceeds ot the sale ha afaatot-
Ing the aew cenaty eeart aeaee. iia
arkat nltH la eoasleered aarlaaMa,
buy one la a saKable locatlem. Re
(Coauaaesi oa Paaje.d)
if
ovatti mm Twrnnm wmumi'Mu
afewrjr MaVsmaa an Otap ef'Ajaamr.t'
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COLONEL LAWSON
GETS 6000 JOB
i
IwOUMtff-RrrCHJK BNCXHINTRR
IN 'PRIHOO TBANIUKHVlNa DAY
WILL, RB AOCVRATKLY -
RCRIRKD
The Herald haa made arraagemeata
for complete returaa of Ue battle ta
Uke place' la Sea Fraaeieeo Taaaka-
I giving .Day betweea Webjaat
Ritchie for Ue Ughtwslgkt
ship of the world, laterest la
svesK U greater thaa la aay cham
pionship coateet staee Jim. Jeffries
waa beatea lato saemlaetea ay Jaak
Jbkaaaa at Read one ssemoraale 4th
of Jalr. aad arrsaaemeats have kaaa
made by Tke Herald to report aeen-
rately and fully tke dsUHs.
The light It scheduled to aurt
promptly at 1 o'clock. It Is to be a
ten-round affair. The ronads win be
bulletined by The Herald oa Ue cor
ner of Pourth aad Mala street aa fast
at they sre received over the wire.
WILSON BRINGS.
OPERATIC STAR
WKUi KNOWN anNRtaUHi MAN
COMKM TO TMM CITY WITH Kp
ANDRKWH TO PUT ON AN aWJaaV
HHOW
The people-of KlamaU Palli wlU
remember Mr. WlUoa aa tha maa
who put on Ue successful mlastrel
show for ths Elks last year. He weai
r
MRXIOO. OtTT. Nawi M.'VtW '
thewsaad He ea.wsm last la kt
qaaka Taesaar. aeeatlsai a
Jaet
ekref
klU la Ue easier "efYtfce i
trleti
AM la tha i
eaaatrr da
leaaaada have
id are ta areat '
la adlaMaaia'
who
curtum m
IKTKNDaMTOPaVTATR
TIARY AXB OOTTA8R
MAN Ml
ittedeatUatwulea
Ooreraer Wast
Praak H. Cartles.
the state peaMaaterr,,aa kaa
Ue pteee to Cataaat . a. ua
CeUagsOrore.
Cetoael Lawsaa waa ta thes attf
taw weeks ago aa tk
a tatrra at Oaran
speat aereral Aara aera mv
WaMa tava
MkUe "kaa twaeaa Jar.
r --- -4 F --.- .
sjMje. it la raasaradl tfeat a
trla made by Mr. Carttaa to
eauaad his removal. It
that ha laakaA tea freely oa U wbm
whea It waa red oa that mamartble
Ulp. aad Qoveraor West, kaviag aa-
UkUaked klmeelf aa a moral enaader,
did aot beUeve that seek eeadoet waa
proper for a member t fcU offttial
family.
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'aatahaaara JAa'eha Beat gaap aa. Mka aaaMaiaas'af ',.
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. . . . ,i' ' ' uTt.aal Jr '" a7ra1aaaaaaaasae T .
waa Bane .- : ' . " 7 'fZll'lL
tMaa, aad taa paaa ec prsssaara to re '.
viva K le aa yet km 4aaaC
Beeaaae t the feMaire at aka total
dlaelataa at Tlteeaaa Jeawvaaa to at
ktavSgmS'
At Ue rearmiar meettac of Reaeksk
Prosperity Lodge No. led. I. O. O. P..
keld last alght, tha feHawiac aaaeera
for tha amMUta- total war aVjetei:
Nobto Oraad. Mra. Mary Natth; Tke
Oraad. Mrs. Charm Jeaaaea: raaara
lag aecratary.- AUaa OaaMsri ffasBelsl
aecreury. Mra. Mary Magae; treas
urer, Mra. Flora RamHl
Mr. aad Mra. J. Praak Adams ot
MerrHl arrived yesterday. Mr. Adams
baa gone to Pelican Bay ta arraage
tor the moving ot hbj dredge. The
machine will either be Ukea to
BIIUW IUI U CMfeaa aew wtet -w " - h swse-w ew - -
fmanihia ritv into the DrlBdBal cRIoa'.Weed ranch for work or be pat away
" :. .' . t . .; .... . .L...
of California, ana woraea ee eaiimior ise wtana.
season In minstrelsy. Mr. Wilson wss
At"
HAh-HCAH IXMIKH HIM XKRVK ANU
IH HUPOllTKU ON THR 8CAF
I OLD 1IY MAXaMAN 1KA IN
TWKI.VK MINUTKH
United I'ress Service
HAN QUKNTIN, Nov-JJ. Alexsn-
.i..r Rmftcar. u San PrancUco wile
murderer, was hanged In the prison
death bouse this morning.
ti,.. ,ran waVmruaa at 11 O'clock
and the prlsonerwas proRounced dead
at una.
o..r.p'ii narvn failed him tOWBIQ
tho last and the hangmaa was obliged
to support him on the scaffold.
AUaa Roy Seateaeeel
United 1'rsas Barvloa
WYTIIRVIUB, Va., Nov. II Bid
ua Alien, convicted of murder In the
second degree, was sentence w
years ImprUoameat today.
DR. WINSHIP IS
AGAIN AT HOME
THK WKM. KNOWN KDUCATOK
WHITKM I.KTTKR TO COUNTY
HUPKItlNTKNDRNT OP HCKOOUH
HWAN,'KXI'RamNG THANKS
Hii
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MEOFORD MEN
SEEK HONORS
P1VK CANIHDATRR ARM MOW IN
THR PIKU POM THR OPPtCR
OP MAYORHOT CAMPAMN Hi
NOW KXP
waa at tka I
ti
feet aa oraaahmtlea
ur tha laat prisaary
deabtfal U a atrteUr
Uoa eaa be sffsetsd.
aact tt aa
faraadtaext
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The ealy aawwai'i
at raj
.aasatol
It Ua p4aa "to taa
aaoUa't la adeatod hr
sea. la Al Btoaa. to
Par the aaase at i
the Oratrr HaMaaal Park
Uree eaadtoatea
r.t tar soTerat,
. i ..- '-. ... .M
raagar la aa pars; . w.
itukar. anl faimtslr am
tka Ooapal; W. M. WaRialaHMNj af
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ITRAB: MARK Rt
awdR;.fe ta
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Press Berries
v.
County SuperlataadaBt of Schools
nwan has received a latter from Or,
A. K. Wlnshlp, who aaslstad so ma
terially In the suoeess of the reseat
teacher'a InatltuU held In thla city.
The letter foUews:
'My Dear Bwaa I am Just home,
and one of my trat pleasures la to
extend greetings to you aad to your
iaachera who did so mucn to mans aay
stay In your city aa daUghtful. Thaak
you and them. Yaare cordially,
"A. B. WINSHir."
Of
QROROR WILSON
for four yeara a produosr ot opera
hafnra etatlnc his hat la Ua mla-
strel ring, aad haa aow rsturaed to
hit lrst love. .
iia haa eaaaaad a comlo-opera
comedian wlU a aaUoaal repuUtloa
aad aa orcheetr director wlU yeara
ot experleace to, aaatst Mat la htt
labor' of puttlag oa a high elaas par
formaace la a ahert apaaa ot Uaw.
Mr. Rd Aadrawa, fat yeara at tha
head ot the oM Aadrawa Opera aa;
paay. haa far aeveral aaasoaa paat;
"('CoaTliHad"oB PagaTTT
MRDPORD. Nor. II. WHk iva
candidates for mayor la Ua sold aad
mora la Drospeet. tho city eteeuoa
here la January promlaaa to afford so
lat.uB la Ue aaUtlaal aaeHemest ot
thawlater. J. R. Watt aad J. R. hut-
ckeU, members at Ua.prsasat aoaa-
ciL aara for aoBMvaaya saas.srawaa
aadiaataa. ajad Wj W. aRSait aad O.
R. Oatas. aalsaaa mas, Oiava UUUr
shied their hata: lato the Haa. Tsa
'aiielallat aaaaidaU wlU awka the sRa.
i .. . ..... i ... ..ii..-ai
It m aasejajaaaaaaaai teawi aawn ww
Iva a awtak '" fOTi Ua aeMa Of
alt recorder. Aa taMJattoa aaMMai
may'be put la to. Uka off Ua sahwr
of aaassissas, ass. avayar, ,m
larlu M haata-lma tfeat BVOt
l.aiHtad -- waaitH araJi-
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