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feveaUi Year No. f.Wlli
KLAMATH FALLS, ORKOON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER H, ItlB
Fire Exposes Death Noose to Public
Gaze
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State Penitentiary is Scene of Conflagration With Loss of Much Property
GRUESOME M ?
DORRIS STIRRED
WHEN 6UNS GET
INTO ACTIVITY
ftOMKHTKAUKH HUIJM OPFIUKHM
AT HAY WITH HIFI.K
rleally HurrrtMlrr U Madr, ami Tlim
M Allwnrjr KrrjHi KtiUriut-ul Li
Hy Tlirralrnlng Two llaalaraa Nm
With a Nliutgnn Omt Atml I
Mailr anl Otlirra Atw Ttirralrnttt
Hrhirr lung
State Building 2V'?af enedj0! flf MW
DISTURB BERLIN
STOCK MARKET
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WlNZC'v $
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PLAN OK 8TATK PKNITKNTIAIIY
Drawn from a ikuiih made by Charlra P. Moore, former Bute Treasurer,
and no Klamath Kalla Hanker.
MOST VOTES DOUGLAS FIR TO
FAVOR SELLING BE PLANTED SOON
I'KHmKMTATIO.V PLAN IS UN
IIKIt WAV UNDER THK DHIKC
TION OK KMPLOYKM OK THK
.NATIONAL KOIIK8T
Mi hundred thoueand Douglas II r
Three bail checks, a Winchester
rile anil a Unuble-barral tbotgun
bar riaultt lu great eicltetnent tu
UnrtU, an enterprising little city Jutt
ttitr lb Klamath county Una lu Cal
IttraU. Odd man la atrrady lu Jail
tad tbete ere threats of tirluglng
criminal action against utliara.
Albert Wotvartou, a homesteader
raiding about seven rullre (rum lor-
rk, li now In Jail lu Itorrle, charged
hh the paaalng ut tlio cliecka. which
art tald lu b bad. Attorney Porter
ef lurtl) la accused nf having tcrrl
. at Ibt polut ul u thotguu, to
an In a Dorr It Jfwrlr ilora, and
'rto promlaant Itnirla builnau mm
.(an luferlat frrpt ialillatlon uf the
mini it rrtult nf their eiiwrlrtirv
m laturdar
JaU ai In uthrr art alt eeuta
tU(rn the day uf the (irrat Wlud,
M lll tliv iwouts of Durrla data
talkfi from the election of Woodrowr
Wiliea aa urtaldml aud the ttlrrluK
mataof laatKaturday
Complaint wai luado Haturdajr bo
fare Juitlce or the I'eare Milt Itlch
ara)n of Dorrla that three chtcka
tar ft each and leeued by Albert
We'ierton had been refuted at the
Wai, and ewarant for the arrnt of
WaUerton waa laaued. Theroupon
Caaiuble Varnum with an aailalanli
.ItKeaded to the, WoWerlon honiix " woiuen. now v01er mi,( Th plantlni will laal moat of tha
,Mm to terra Ja warrant. Nn aoantaxiayera for tome time, iiatv rn-n inter. I'lanted 1,000 to the acre
jw taa mey appeared in front or iro.trn rtprctalui llx'lr vluwa. All ao ran may teem 10 do very cioae, oui in me
IaMtatteader'a cabin than they wrrolfauir tho plau of keeping the aquare.jtiruMlo for exlatence, the govern
Wormed that their handa lookrd bet. Martha Cruddock write that alio int-nt known that only a hundred of
f up In lha air than at their aldea. haa bicti a tninr for yeara and ajtliu tree will reach maturity.
maaaTica ih aacaaa up oy a wMivnlrr ror a utile orc-r io wieaa. nup' -, , , ,
faura tho Idea of concerting tno- r. and Mra. Wrignt Home
at(uare Into a public market. )r. nni Mr. Geo. I. Wright return-
Hulda Kmlth wrltea that aho la now ti Bunday evening from 1'aaadena.
old unough to ote mid want to Mlorc the j0ctor haa been apendlng
krep the i'juaro for n market. KlicJt)ll, ,mat tnree weeka recuperating at
aiiggcita that If the property la old .or , roccnt lllncaa. Dr. Wright haa
1. -I..... I.I .... I.a fill- !.. Until 3 II II n
front foot on Main alrcet aud !00 n
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IIKTl!HH OK LrOT-MtM O.V TIU.i
t-Otl.NTV COUHT HOUMi: KITKl
l'IIOIOHITIO INUIC'ATK THAT)
LAMIHMOUI.IIIIKMII.I) ,
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Tho nlan to tell the old county I
court hou.e alto It growing rapidly In ,r,f". " lo "l "" n,n no
faor. aa the lettera r-clcd br thi ' l'r olu. " "ln nl w "
county court Indicate. Hliue Hatur- tol ' CMt " 8lu
,i. ih.r. i... l.,.n . r.ln nf Bl miM.h liallunal forcet from the gocrn-
to tell, while but l& otee ugalntl
tiling were received.
The vote now atauda
To aell ....-., .42C
Not to toll S5K
firverat women, now voter uml ,
incut uuracry near Caraon for refor
(atatloti pur.oae. The treee, which
are being ecnt out In ten Iota of
ICU.OOO each, are beln- planted 1,000
i to lh aero, alx feet apart each way,
on burned over trncta.
(Continued on I'agn i)
PAVIHG WAY FOR
: PARCELS POST
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front foot on Klamath avenue.
feliMHck la Kn lloute
entirely recovered from hla elekneaa,
and report a very pleaaant time la
Southern California.
1.. (lerber of Klamath Palla waa In
Hr'KM'K
v i
'M'lM
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Utrt'AKTMKNT
OHDKHM HKLATINd
VNK HTAHTINU OK TMK NKW
h "HCHVICK
mi AVAiik-i-'i.' Vnv. sr. Sclirank.lliiwii Tueadar from the raiarvauon.
....... a.w. , ...... - .' -".
li. .t.n rnin...i iiiuuavnlt. uiitriil lir ho nurcliAaed aome Indian beef
ir.1 nil" " ,...- ...-.--.-, - - -
t' .. . . i ... . , ..,...., n ,1... ,- ...tllu Kln all Ihttt mm AM llA 1S.
una morning ui u u nm mi m .- i.i, wV. .. . - - ..-
' To educate the people to the uae of
parcela poat 'and to avoid wie-
Sj"i ie poatmaater general haa la
"M tkree atatemtnU concerning (be
"Nation propoetd to do, away with
JJ inculty that may nrlto when
law ua Into effect, January I,
HU.
.Tr are In au,batanco that parrel
J tauip muat be used on nil
T"th data matter, and that auch
" bearing ordinary poatage
BP will bo treated aa If It bora no
""M at all.
TjMt liarraU will II. mnlUhta at
Jjtea, branch uoatoStcei, lettered
J 1(HI named aUtlona and auch
J' atatlona aa may bo dealg
"J by the poataaaUr.
, parcela muat bear ho ro
rj rd of the Bender, olherwlae
l Will not ba areantan far mailing.
0tl0fflCM diImimh aw ftaullAnmt
I "( Purchaalng larger Quantltlc
"vMinary ataapa of Urge denoml-
r" Jhu will be required to aend
I icurth claaa mall matter prior to
71,1018. --
pltal for the rrlmlnul Inaane at Oih-lenatlou but ono buncb, and they
koah. AllenlaU believe that ho la an I woro too high to buy, aaya the Ilonan
Incurable. ' "ulletln.
Federal Authorities to
Take up Vice Scandal
Government Announces Intention to
Sift Portland Matter Down Unil
Entire Truth is Made Public
nnuounced
ejtBfr-
IH)IITI.AN1, Nov. C Deputy
itlatrlot AttorntiV Collier announced
today that the Uultc-d fltat
Itlra would probably bnrla
...n.ui which haa rceontly
..rihl In thla city. i tfl
According lo ihe latoil Informa
t,loii thirty now Indictment have been
returned and more arreata are ex
pected tonight.
Mr. Collier' atated that the opera
tion of the vice ring eitendi from
Seattle to 8an Diego, and It la pro
poaed to alft the chargea down to the
final truth.
In the meantime many prominent
men are aald to be "trembling In
their boot." It I aald that many
people, heretofore believed to be of
eiomplnry character, are Involved.
OKHMA.M- MOMIJZK TrVKIHH O.V
THK RtftNHAN LINK
HlluaUoa In thaiHaHiaa iMntea Co-
ifairMi lo Hatte Hie Mlllurr V.-
rU of Umi 'DlrTtrtrHl Karopran
I'owem Ctiaoew foi a Oreat War
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C'oatlnuea lo DiatMrii llirtlapaa C
illlloaiaOeewraMr
United I'reaa Bervlee
nKRLlN, Nov. 15-Vague rumora
of hoetllltlea kejtireen AnatrU and
Servla are heard hare. The manic la
that there baa occurred n heavy
alump In the etockwarket. The rol
gln of the rumora'nre unknown.
It la reported hare that Germany la
moblllilng two army corpa on the
Ituaalan frontier.
Depoaltora In banka, fearing hoetll
ltlea, are withdrawing their money.
rolled I'reaa Herrua' . . .
CONSTANTINOPLE", Nov. 15.
The Ikdam, the leading newapaper of
thU city, aaya that Turkey and the
alllca have agreed to a week'a armla
tlce.
Klamath Men Face Flames
e The reeorde In the oHce C MerlK W. B. Barnew ahow that Um
following men are cennned In the aUU penitentiary Irani tnla e
ceunty:
f NAMB. CWMB IBHTaVfCB.
deorge McLane Laneny IndetermlnaU
Oeorge Welen MaiilaughUr yeeia
Ton Alesander Manlangkter . yenm
T.'York Fnaw reUna I to 10 yean
Leo Henderson Fergery renra
Paul Dnnuy Kohnery II yenm
e) Henry 8niltli ,......,.... Rnbnnry .................. ynn
Noble Faulder nfardar DanU
Jamea Davla Larceny I'M renre
John Allen Highway robbery Wto yaan
d Chaa, Ewlng ..,,....,.. .Forgnry .................) ynnra
William Bparka Forgery t year
d If. Stanford ...... .Forgery ..... S)4 yatpg
John Hall Bank robbery Id yearn
Otto Orlock Burglary ?anm
H. Allen .Forgery a yeara e
WHO IS HEAD OF
THE FAMILY NOW
HINCK WOMKN ARK AIXOWHe) TO
VOTK THKKK ARK MANY PROB
LKMH PIT UP TO BTATK OFFI.
CIALAT
'Inltrd I'reaa f-ervtca
UKRLIN, Nov. 15. Auatrla'a mil
itary preparation are proceeding,
but from leml-offlclal aourcea It la
learned thnt the danger of war li de-
creaalng.
KKKILASSINO, Qermany (Dy cou-
r'ei from Vienna to avoid ccnton-
ahlp) It la learned authorltlvely
that Anuria haa aerved an ultimatum
cu iU-rvla. and la determined to preaa
mattora. Thla aource doea not ahar
tho hopeful feeling which prevail
elauwhere In Barnaa.
Iat night the annouueement waa
read lu the theaters, calling certain
claaaea to their colore Immediately.
CLEANING UP DAY
GOMES IN COORT
JITDGK BKNHOX OKDKHS MANY
CAHK8 DUUU8HKD AND BKT8
TIMK KOK THK HKARINQ OP
OTHKKCAnhnt
A aort of cleaning up of the docket
occurred la the circuit court thla
morning, when Judge Beaaoa want
over the caaea with the attomeye.
In the caaa of J. B. Reed re, O. K.
llrandenburg, Marlon Hanks and O,
lloltkemper, Jr., judgment win given
against Mr, Heltkemper, and the
case against the other two defend
ants will be aet for hearing Inter.
The following law caaea were dia
mlsaed: Ackley Droa. va. Dank; Mar
tin Dros. vs, W, H. Maaon; 0, M.
Onelll va. Fay Melboura; T, B. Qrlf-
flth vs. Brier A Anderson i-Omene-bauin
Well A Michel vs. J.'T. Brad
ley; Cofer Bros, vs. Klamath Falls
Tub and Pall company; K. W. Street
vs, J, W. Wright; Breyman Leather
company va. W. A. Wilson A Ban; W.
C. Hum vs. W. H. Mason; First Na
tional Bank vs. W. E. Purdy.
The following equity easea ware
also dismissed Thos. Cofta va. El
mer E, Lyons and O. O, Morgan, trus
tee; Ellen Parasoo vs. L. W. Paraaeo;
Lulu H. Shepherd vs. Wllber White
et al; Willta Furniture company vs.
J, H. Everett aad W, B. Baraea, aaor-
If; Burke Wilson va. Lottaen Wilson.
SALEM. Nov. IS. It there is any
phase of tha apparent mystery Bur-
rounding woman aa a voter that haa
not been put to the attorney general
In the form of a question, aomeoae
should think of It aad present It now,
white the presenting is good.
Bucks of questions have been ask
ed, hut the latest cornea from School
Superintendent Walter Smith of Mar
lon county, who wants to know who
Is the hend of tha family and la en
titled to vote under tha provisions of
the law governing school elections,
which aaya that only taxpayers aad
heads of famlUee who have school
children may east a ballet, la the
man" or tha woman the head t the
family?
As the law U a little aasy on the
subject, Assistant Attorney Genera!
Vau Winkle advised that it all de
pends! It may be the man or it may
be the woman, but he aaya It can nev
er be both. He aaya tho law doea not
recognise auch a thing aa there being
two heada of a family, It la always
"the head."
He aaya usually the man la lha
head of the family, but that in cases
where the woman waa tha chief main
stay of the family, then aha would ba
the head, and would be entitled to
Ihe vote. If tha husband wars 111, or
away much of the time, or incapaci
tated, than tha woman should be con
sidered tha head of the family.
COORT ON THE
HORSEFLY PLAN
i
Jl'DUK BENSON SETS DAY AND
HOUR FOR nUCARINO OF COM
PLAINTS OF ALL VOTRRS AND
TAXPAYanW
Judgs H, L. Beasen today
an order directing tha esnnty alsrk ta
iaaue a notion ta all freeholders. Usui
voters and asssasmssrt Bayers In tap
Horssty lrrigUan stalest bant Wed
nesday, January si oosses naa
been set aa UeTeggeW whan the
court will eiamlns. aparoye aad con-
flpaa th nrnral i nr th Uau awd
sal of tha bands of the Irrigation
RITCHIE WILL
MAKF WEIGHT
NATIVE SON WORKS ON THK
IIOAD AND DORS HIS LAST BOX
l.NO TIPS THK REAM AT 1M
POUNDS, 1 POUND TOO MUCH
United Preaa Service
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. IS.
Ritchie worked en tha road today and
did his last boning before tho dgat on,
Thursday. Ha weighed In at 134
liouada.
Physicians stated that tha native
son waa In the vary bast of condition.
Wolgastdld not work out today.
Very little betting has ye been
done. '
Cut dowvs at No. I Wi
S
e SENATOR H
Rnyner
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United Press Ssrvtee
e WASHINOTON, IX
o II. UaRed States
aer died at
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a) waa at Mabaaalds
HtafamMy
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RECALLS VEW6T
OF THE
ftftf
POOR
RLRCTRSO WRnfNel SJaJS
sn sjania a tswjajfjsjBjHa,9 anMBsnjBsa) Rm
-, - , J?
X Aessasnt to Meant annwya.
Plsssant Waamntr i li liiit
Ms nslsiliiiki SisRiM asRnmt
Intact to Cnvty ana lbnnnni aw
Voaers FHaVs. awnwansnarW '
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11.
UnMs4 Fiass Swrvtea
SALBM, Nar. I Tna wnassi
wins- ef tna atm
SMtol sr Are (kst
eesviens wsnw Rsm nam vsasRawl jmbV
Nataasnamn.
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UniUd Press narvto) v ,;,
, SALBM, Nar. M.-ans' annanV
drtftass awns" Into; ana ,a)an aRggf
barn amjaia gsamARsnaMannRRV ''As
airipaad eaeivieos wata bnwsnmaj,
save shear ewm Uvea aa vest n'Msnto'
sf the Svw snaaTwlw new awanwfMp
to da DacsenKar law; ew jr-Rgb'
sssnnnnnj. y , l
itogwlsitn. '
h
ww. da-
ocsarred hare thes i
Fire,
electric wiring share' ana i
aadRartnni an
loaa of U.ose.
The reef ef the i
atrsyad and tna Are waa
tlaamlahad Mr tnaianvia
with Ue nriaan aaaneatna.. ..
It waa a Rrnaaama aasnwsnwvasV
tar the unansffallen asnt beam nt
under santral by tna i
aad thai
Ue death
tba.
view.
tram tna eewek, ,ana
aursly nave bean eestMrad.-
It Is a nssaala ntot, ant svai ans
gio ewe ci
attempted to i
nanadr aaawMla
daaab eteasaar waM.esmanwi to
a tl
- llHHflK' flBB U
.- - i itr t
aanac. , a
... .. n,,",
district.
Kuykendall A Ferguson are tha at-
tornsys for the irrigation projeet,
and the purpose of the hearing la to
establish the regularity of the pro
ceedlnge leading up to the (seeing at
bonds, so that when Ue bonds are of
fered far sals Uay will have tha ap
proval of Ua court.
United 1
WASHINOTON. D. C, NaW.
that Salaaar la
arundes, beastlng that ha wan asJana)
imw swy wnausi nvw emiw. J ,T
" -.v.
i The Ladies' AM ef Ua
ehureh will nave
meat en sale at Ua
frees new until TnansagMa.
MBSSV
hatsni
T
s
Sfsrv.1 Pittenn MaIm Hi
mtww-m an. ssswwm '' sRsmsRRF j,'
Testimony Swm Funny -
ynr
OrUe McManigal Inlargei oai
Tettimony and Eren Def encMltl
are Forced to Cast a Sotflt
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lumiuiBAiia ww ea,i,i.
McManigal was unenpestedly Veeallod
to' the stand UU marnsac Uattlal
of the47 Ubor laaaara ehnrgsd wlU
ths Illegal transportaUoa ef dyna
mlto. HateUnaUrtUBJtatoryaftaa
flendisk puss at the MoHamaras, wha
are now In the California peniten
tiary. " ti
The witness testltsd that John Me-
Namara bad nrojeeted tna .as
destrueUea et Lea Aigalaa, . aa v
as tha dynnasRIng ef aaa-unlon Job
at tha fannnw' oansL j -"
McManigal aaM that Jean MnNe-
wtossnnwasto
i . . .
S' ,
' oft
(hi,
i McManigal aaM that John Mai
nam toM ate land anf ' Van
hum the otty sT UnwW'ajai BRlRr
It a landmark Mke Baa FraanwMa fa.
lowfns aa aarMwake. ' . 4""
It waa Intended. asssrdng to ana
.wltaass, to send iaree ar fear ipasT
mon to Los aM naid ianrl nnw a:
dlf srent parts, and enasntto nto wn
tar aaatam samaynssmansiB'
McManigal aaM tan 'Jean
planned, sweap dawn am U
saesdway nare.aa waa naf at
rasa with a
Ue' gnto resslgta sM mm
far future dynaasnu
Tnjh lar4FsnanS
nawnantn
mMtrmtt
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