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KMMATH KAMA, OIIK410N, HATUIHIAY, NOVK.MHKR M, Mill
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Great Powers Get Ready For Big Conflict
few
Troops Being Mobilized in Germany, Austria and Russia For Great War
imwrnm
MRVARD WINS
GREAT COLLEGE
FOOTBALL GAME
BBWM.MI MOB OK W.imo I'Mll'l.r.
WITMMrt MATCH
tJttMwIiMaeit OilrK I'm ii tilt" In lli
MHIInK Hi 4fcM of Khr l TIiht,
at Ttww Was IJdlo Yale Money
l k KimhmI Vale Kail lu On a
Look-In, ami Hip Hcorr Ma Twrnl)
In ulilag
VllM 'raa Service
NKW HAVCN, t'imn.. Nov. JJ
,Wllh ft howling inuli of 3(,U0U people
(wring Itrai iiur aide ami then lhi
Ur, Yalt wul iluwu in defeat tlil
afuinooa by a etore uf 10 lu u
Harvard wa a favorite In the !(
UW. al odd of ft to 3, and lltre waa
Ht Utile Yalo noiigr al that price,
IfetUt trains brought lhmiaml of
rtfl la wltneos the game
IHrvard rnred a touchdown, goal
Hd a field coal In the l.rt and third
ewM.
Congressman Hawley
to Visit Klamath Falls
Comes Here to Consult With Friends
Regarding Legislation. Will In
vestigate Bishop's War.
MUSICAL TALENT
TO HELP ELKS
PKRKORMAXCK OP, MIKADO NKXT
MONTH IH NOW HKINO PRR
I'AKKD IjAHtiK'CHOIU'H AMI
OKCIIKHTKA WIIX HK.IJ
A!l.(iuli tt, rt lina tvn a tliunau
III llin boundaries of tlin Klrat Con
KrtMlonal Ulatrlcl u u not In In
ctudo ttiU iccllon alter March 4th,
and ho will no longer t tlio reprc-
Icy will arrive al Klamath fall ou
the train from Wied al 8:40 i. in,
Wcdntiday, remaining all night and
until 5:30 . tn. tho following day,
November ttth. During Thurdy he
aeittallvn of thla particular part, Wll- Inttml to vlalt the homestead entry
IU C. Hawley, number uf coiigrwu.Jof Mr, II. Ht. (Ico, lllihop, and before
wilt roniti to thia rlty not week to tenting for Weed on tho 5:30 train
ronfrr with retlilenta regarding mat- that afternoon he hopei to iee all of
lera of leglilatlon, Notnblu among hit friend and tonfar with them rel-
Hie subject which will be taken up
U the longHitandltig dliputo between
II rit, (leti, lllahop and tho fureatry
department
Information of tho proposed vlalt
of the rongrraaniau fame In n letter
AddrraMd to frlelida here. It fol
leaa:
"To Hon
O.U
ntho to local matter In which he
tray be of Intereat. Although there
lu been a change In the boundarlea
of tho Klrat Congreulonat dlatrlct,
Mr Hawley feel deeply Interested In
the Klamath project, Klamath reaer
atloti problem and other local mat-
jtrir. and wlahea to co-operate with
frank Ira While, Captain jyou at any time In aecurlng such fed
Applrgate, Hon. It. A. Knf.rral aid and recognition a you da-
NEST GAVE OUT.
COMPLETE LETTER CALIFORNIA TO
HW KXWirn VH Y THK NTATK
ibACiauKM mn .o ohtion
Id' FAMOll CXIMMl'.VHIATlOV
;; W.H KKITHM'HrT
Although ( waa not nihlUli4
milt, Hon. C T Oliver, Hon. aire. II will appreciate It vary much
ChnrlM H. Moorr, Hon. Abel Ally, 'if you will advlae all who may wlah
Hon. t K llrandenburg, Cap-,to confer with him that he wilt be In
tain J W. Hlemen. and all other Klamath Kail a stated above, and
friend of Congressman Hawley, will be glad to sea thew. Very truly
Klamath fall. Oregen: your.
"My Hear 8lr Congreaaman Haw, "KONAI.O C. (1ROVKR, 8a'y."
BUILD
HWAYS
BERBER SHIPS
SHEEP SOUTH
The selection of a cast for the "Ml
kitdo" to be given by the local todgu
of I Ilk here early neit month I pro
gressing rapidly, under the direction
Bud Anderson Enjoys
Very Pleasant Night
Vancouver Lad Has No Difficulty in
Disposing of Australia Kelley
His Brother Gets Foveroy
v
Ht'
nVUtBaV
if,
Hud Anderson had a pleasant little
seance at Houston's opera bouae last
of Ed Andrews, Qeorge Wilson and jnlght, much to the discomfort of on
II. H. Ilamell. Th city Is being can- Australian Keller. In (act, It may be
vaised for Available musical talent. d that the entire Anderson family,
and assurances have been given that known here, were pleasantly enter-
the entertainment will be a great mu-'ttnd, but a good slied bunch of fight
slcul aa well aa a comedy success. was dlaappolnted because of the
The costumes will be aa Una a 1 brevity of a scheduled 10-round box-
tbose used by Oe Wolfe Hopper lnnf exhibition,
hi famous production of the same ( Kelly, who na4 been picked to op
piece, and the scenery will be In keep- pose Bud In the Muara4 ring, did
lag. A chorus of fifty voices and an U,ry little opposing. In fact, he early
augmented orcbeatrn will add to the evinced a disability to stand on hla
pins, and, Just aa uniei or roue
Smith started toward the ring to put
a atop to the boat. "Kid" WIlMame In
Keltey'a corner threw up the aponae.
Kelley looked conalderabU lighter
than Bud, and ahowed in tho Iret
round that he U some boner. He
poked Bud nt least nve Umea square
In the face In tho Brat round, but tho
only elect It seemed to have on the
Vancouver lad wan to bring aHght
blush to hla nose. But aa n flghter
Bud had It all over the youth from
gaiety of the occasion.
GRAND JURY TO
MEET MONDAY
V
MrMHXA.N TO HV4XKKU HIAWUH
AH MKMHKR OK I.NQUMITOfUAb
IMHIV BUT KKW CAHKM TO BK
tX)MIDKRKU
the Antipodes. In the second round
Kelley commenced to etfe and aUde
around the rtag. On of the fatta
led to the cry of "foul," but JUferee
Llnkenhach refueed to allow It. It
claimed that Andenon otraefc
Keller after ho had fallen (town. If
he did the blow wan not elective.
In the third round Bad smarted
Kelley at will, and n knockout wan
prevented by Keller'a aetoad.
Two preliminaries worn more en-
tertalnlnc than the main event
Kid'' WHIIaaw of KeUey'a Uan-
ln enmp and "KM" WhHe, a loeal
boy, ataabed good-nataredlr for lour
two-mJnuU round without doing nay
to auythi oneert their wtasTu
Tho aoeonel erent wan more eH.
lag. rred Andersen, brother ef Bud.
and "Kid" Pemeroy,
went nt It foot a4 rurlM.
h i; Mt ndmlrera. remeroy wont
after hla nJtr eppensnt with' tho g-
parent IntontlM C lowotinc the e-
UecUmtlem U faMasne Alh-,-
"
ad a MHnga) am Ctmue Whdsm te
TImmcM Moan "till 111,0
feaw csmgacte tCasaJasMmi f
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doetnrod thar
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CmttauM on mt 41
mim mil wouk h.wi: iikkn ii
t'KIVKH AMI IT W KXHMTKH
THAT THK AWAIIIM Wll.l. UK
MAIIK IS A KKW HAiH
IU.MI OK ln IUUH HTAKTI.D
MH HACHAMKNTO IN' CHAIU1K
OK l.t'KK WAI.KKK DKHTINKH
KOH CAI.IKOItMA MAKKKT
l.uke Walker left thia morning fur
.. ....Inncramento, where he gow with a
d IM'W
was not iniiiiiiiivQ in
fall, the letter recently '"illti'ii by
aurnor West'tn official nf Klnmth
Wilt and Klamnth county Riven
Vile prees In Us entirety, according .United I'rea Hervlcc
Lt . I...... . lu I .... !.. .nvr.' .i.MI.IIIL.Vni Vdt'
il. .-... ...... ... i. .in .... I.I.I..... ...r.r.i. iMpment of 460 head of sheep for
rvj ine nvraiu ii mai. ""Mior aeten n""i"i -
(trailed that the "saving" para,IK :o mile anil to coat about 1350,. I,, tlerbor. Mr. Walker came in yes
nobs of the letter were publlaheilJoQO, nro In the hand of the lilli.Miy irday from Illy with a bunch of 80
taly In The Herald, and at the tlmo commlaalon. Tim awards v. Ill bo , of beef cattle for Mr. Oerher,
w aupposed that the governor had made within n hort time. which were taken to Merrill to bo fed.
aly given out n portion of the letter1 Two new rune) wnru nulhorliotl,
i Tie following Is the letter written 0no tor a route between KoUom niul' K. O. Meloy wa In the city on a
H (lovernor West to The Herald: jpiarervllle to connect the Koltoui ihupplng trip today.
1 "I note In your Isaue of Noveniber'roil with the Uko Tahoo llo ri'J.?
J4th.au arllel. under the head or Bi the other to romona irom tnt-ii-Wovernor
Wet'l not well quoted," .,ii,rn mid thence eaat to the foothill (
tahlth you; say In referring to a let-boulevard through Ontario to Hirer
. made public by thl office "the do.
forWon printed In black was not glv-
I publicity by, the governor.' I" "' ..... Aiv .a I 111" I
nve, to thia -i desire to
prmatallWor the i
a carbon coplea of the letter In que
M, which Included everything from
jae date to the signature. If the let-
Fwas not run In full II was not tho
U of thia oc,;;
r t-,
SELL THE LAND
PLAN GROWING
The Klamath, county grand Jury
has been summoned to meet Monday
morning.
Although It has not been definitely
determined, it Is believed that no
rosea except those against the men,
now confined In the county Jail will be THK LAST S4 HOURS THK VOTK
taken up, leaving the chargee against '
public officials and some other lndl-1
vldtial not yet arreited to be consld-l
ered by the new grand Jury, which'
will be summoned to meat early next ,
month.
The grand Jury which meets next
Monday la unchanged, except that W.
I'. McMillan, the well known local
lurmiurc oeaier, win nit mo iimc
of w. 8. Hlough, wno is now in
Knit on a visit.
HAS 1NCRKASKD I.V THK PRO
ItlRTION OK SO TO 17, ACCORD
ING TO LKTTKHel
I
Replies to the letters of Inquiry re
cently sent out by tho county court
continue to be favorable to the propo
sition of selling court houae Hore.
th The vote to date la aa follews:
. Sell the land ST6
1 Don't aell 143
J. S. Mills, a I'lne Grove rancher.! The "Don-U" have .l.4n rotoe
la here today, buying supplies for hllnM xwterday and the Do people
m
I'iu
MURDERED RAN
LEFT ONLY DHLS
INVENTOR TOUVKR HAD NO FAT-
HNTH FOR ARRIAIi MACMXHB
WHICH MADK RABtS KOR COM
PANY OttQANHUTfON
BKRUH. M.'c
her ameM Ik ait llllallgf ,
f waftvk -MsMMMmMi gm.
&McS .-w?-4,.
i Th Taaebtatt print' ndh
from Vienna whieh'aoWttnU eh gtV
ik m w v j
nttoa ie
it -w
I
. 4- eha -;
esmmsny. w; saiweai.
F wW'aTWJRxBm fMaawm vaV
etmeludea.wHh th a4Asa,t0 -orrthlM
m Ruoaea. 4,Th -
'It
ht w
I
ranch.
t.ne advanced SO votes,
EHriWHSON'S LIFE
e letter In nuw . w . w w . .
Leavitt Favors Plan For
Park on Court House Site
GOMPERS INS .
OFFICE AGAIN
AMoi'u iiiuiii i.iiaiiuR IX HK
I '""
'"KLHCTKB KKWHDKNT OK THK
f AMKRICAN KKUKRATKIX OK M
Mllt.HKKlNIHNIllM AOOIKII
.Valtod I'reaa urvtcF
I nocilKBTKR. Nor. 33. Samuel
,Ooni)ra gained victory over U'o
UlUt members of the American Kod
'V'on of Ubor thia nftarnoo.n when
,h was re-elected president of (hat or-
nniition.t ,i
By a vote of IIS to 76 It waa da-
Had totaUat amcara, hereafter by
v7frendum.
IS THREATENEDjCity Recorder BelieTes That State Law Permits County
To Support Proposition. Market Place is FaTored '
If iHs Properly.Locafed.
MAN IH AUHlMTKn IX MHW
...nt luiimtniilVfl THK
Hritl.""" "in " i
l.KA(.)i:(Ullr THAT III.
Wll.l. KIM- DKMOCHAT
United Pros Bervlc
C01.0HADO HIMUNnS. Nov. U.'
John Cohan, a ono-nrmeu man,
.....1...1 tminv far illaturliliiK the
pouce.
United Preen Service
SAN DIBQO, Nov. 11. Stoekhrtd-
ers In tho Tollver Aerial NnvtsnU
company, organbved hy a N. Tollver,
the Inventor wh waa killed hy Hu
bert a. Uwta. today learned that
Tollver left nothing hut debt. No
aaseU, or even ptut.M the ma
cnlnery have bee found; although
over aee.ouu waa auoecnoea is iw.
' Uwls, who killed both Tollver and
his wife, Katharine, waa recently ac
quitted of the charge of killing Mr.
Tollver, and la now awaiting trial
for tho murder of tho Inventor v . T
BIEHN ESTATE IS
FIMAILY. SETTLED
fi " -
WIDOWHR Hte) UVK UfTHsVaHT
, IN PteOPIJRTY WHICH AT HM
I BKATH WTUMI BMVIBaW sHv
TWKKN THK OeaxlsMUiX
:
Judgo lavllt. city recorder and ex
ulllrlo police, magistrate of Klamath
r'nlln, U opposed to the selling of
court houae square. He baa discov
ered thnt latu law provio a way
for the lounty to uld In tho rtaDUn-
ii.,r i. wh. inkmi Into ciin-im,.nt nml malntcuunce of i public
ody ho threatened the life of I'rrc. library here, and Is of th.. opinion
dentolect VIIon. .aylngi '.that tho .ale of the countyV properly
'A man like Wllon( wlthjhln l-ilurn would bo a graye mlewfce. He
llllcal und religious bellof, should jma Rent tho following communication
not be allowed to sit In the presidents to the Herald:
.... . in bin him when I cet out . ti. old court houe site rpraents
:.?:L .. mi. ..rlalnal Investment of something
" ier- . . ....I""--... n.u- .! h.. nro...
like fl.ouu. w """ --
pled It as a court house alte alnce July
1888 twenty-rour year ""
Buppoae we ay that the iwe of, the
money originally Inverted la worth
to ner cent per annum, o 18,600.
Who total Investnient would then be
If tho government omcor uu
want Mm hi aanlty will be quea-
tloned.v
s , x
j. fl, Wheeler, a roncher living on
the Merrill road, was In tho city for
ranch aupplles todaj,
represented by 85,100. That the
I loperty has greatly enhanced In val
ue, no one will galneay, The Increas
ed alue, In common parlance, repre
sents so much elvot, and wo nil feel
more or less pardonable pride lu the
fait that Klamath county, no n quasi-
public corporation, actually owns
something tangible, of real value, that
l not a drug on the market, nor a
rourre of annoyance, nf n burden to
the taxpayers. The county pays no
(ties thereon, consequently; W can af
ford to continue In posoooMon inden
nltely. gathering unto iUotf for poo
terlty tho ever-tacreaolng unearned
Increment, which In thia particular
Instance could scarcely he eUated aa
n industrial crime or Imposition.
Then, why" aell It at alllf. In the In-
ttrlra It eon be utlllaod In a. manner
calculated to promote tho Intellectual
welfare and progress of the county
And It people? ,
The money the county would re
ceive for It, If aoM, would soon bo die
slpoted and tho taxpayer sorely vexed
titblo.a very short while to deter
.. . .. . .A . .
u.taa wneiner or not no na receivea
ohy root benelt from that eaay money
we UBaeri, ei cuurw. h in
actual management of the eouaty'oad
city finance ond bualaeaa of och are
eporotoly conducted, but, between
the two there la n aort of community
Intereat. True, tho eltltou of tho
city nro taxed equally with eUlsas of
the county outaldo tho elty to assist
In defraying tho expense of tho coun
ty government, but tho InhnMtoni
The'eeUte otKlUnbeth Blohn, -(oatd,
waa eettled thlo morfhag In
the county court' Th Inal aeeount
of the executor, S. T. 8umma, vm
approved. Tho oaUto In vowed nt
about I10.O09. "
Ludwl Blehn. th wl4wr. get n
life ooUtovInTt rnl'a' personal
property, vhJefc nt hlo'dooU lot be
divided between Qoorg Blehn, LouUe
Humphrey nnd,ilx4 BWh,, minor
. .. . .. (".
Keoaeo m uraoaaoeo were u,iw
i
orythtac
Mcle cehehidea:
"e wiU not
bo prepared for
BUDAPBtT, Nov, 33. Th
trlan Danube SoUlio,
two monitors, two torpedo
fourVchntn ''torts
rod thl after.' WnM H.
not anaouneed that thy
hostile mloelea. thia
eoaaldered meet omln. " -V ,
' Bmploye of UM,,a4rt iklHwpa
have been ordered to rotMii to th I-'
serve regiment eomn
UnlUd Prow
VIENNA. Nov. IS. Th
thnt Ratn hi
army corn, th
rovnlhi. Mnnwdcro ore
tho market M eHnkf.
7 It.M report tht ift.tff ;
. - ' 'j..".
trooa nro rey n wa
i . . z i
k OHai. -p.M.I ,
(Mtod Preat awrvta j& w it
BUDAPahfT,,rfov.iSI.TrTh AIBOOV-
l deeUraOo f taliindoo K
MusaalmmedUto'arltaltlMirfBBH v
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uu-nrvia,oonrotnr'rn m '.
Holy-will lmmOMt'ftmlmsf4
oAryr:iw MuH&ri&cM::t,
Tho Servian wW doM Immodd ,
ntely M .. .
$ l,, emu B.mhsHkH, if , v?v.
uriA, nv. i. T.eawr,aw.
Adrtonoplale mm entoi
ArtlHery lo raklaw th
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(Continue on Paaj 4) i
ueya for tho ooUto.
fir.
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:
Mr. an Mrs. Crooey eet toWeve
wtnor tomgat or tomorrow meraraai
to aAtoaeV th .tr. J Tho doeoooed
waa an oM rooMont of 4Mnto Paw,
havlac.raoMo4l there tor aiuahr,f
f ) - 3M V KK'-'A
, f, wt
It
linked
BBRUN. Nov. II
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chW.e m.Ammtm. Mk
ornlotal, arrived aor'oiaiaT tjh.
day a4 0Mfroi.Hk'Pni
hoi To MoHko.'oiiof of th.
eneral ataf . ,Tha to
dleoto.ehe gravity t th
lo expeeted that
will agree o toroa of
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