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Til IK MIXTION' OK THK COU.V.
TltV IH KN'COUKACJK.D IIV THK
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Kred WcK.ndre of Merrill Uft
u of ll.ouo of Oregon' forcal ro-,1''' lUT Modwto, Calif.. after a
Miinbrni Cauae Home IMa. jM,Ml, rortlpl for lli eonatruclluii of Jcnrluad of lloletclu dairy cattle for
tillnl Politician IN-iiimm.I '"" Coak mid tlreou road tint con
ul i. tied thu llluo ltdgt country with
under
pi eit "IMiHwrala Ml Willi Tttclr, The money will ho expended
B-ehlh.B Md llHll MUUM, llrHtM " "' '"'f UUMMI, M.J
' a lAtl of thu road Ilea In California,
m In lliv Halle ( Lawmaker
ipeclal rt'utit
lucceMary.
by the governor wa
' rafted I'reaa Service
WABIII.NUTO.V, D. C, Dec. J
.'Betel., whath, thumpely- thump."
oinber touch to the opening ccrctuo
tilt. The mute mourned In IU be
laAteliieul of Vice I'rcildent Hhcr
man, former Senator lloyburn of Ida'
ho and fonalor Itayuer.
In Iho houte, a half doitn mahog.
Mtiv itMka rtfiVMrjul wllli itimmt anil
i . .1. 1 . A .1 1 , w,wWi kh
u.L. mird .,n or in. rM4r,H wllh crll0, Lr0UKhl . tMr t0
itlroacrra. w. win.afd. Th. 10- , m.ny leluruln, moWbtr,.
Ha ninu w.r at work aaalu, 0u, f rt (0 linr -K-owI
rram lb crack of On retcllTc mcmBCr,, toth houica adjourned
ronirru xittiod into iho wuhin a very few minute after con
of liUUtle hmlneM, to end yeunt. after Iraanactlns minor and
a March Ith, whrn a nw prea (lseiai' Initial bualneaa.
Ia4 a democratic rontrrM .Up. enalor llool of New York. In a
i , 1
l 'ferlin rulticr. otflclallf anaounrad
repeated; In thVanle'the death of XKfVrit-
hoth houiea. Mdcnt Hherman, In whoeo aheence the
laeteat pitrrtlenta, alinoat law frouiiprtldtnt pro tent of the acnate, 8n
, Mtoaed havrvaurf, wrre rlcoroiiiljr ator llacon, actod aa prcildlnx offl
cer. Kenator llorah of Idaho follow,
rd the New York aenator with the
ll
fHa thre gavel atrokea today, r-
.. aIa..1 m ! aha lafcitaiA iHaV . m m t Aaef.
I,)nill IU ll UUUW HUU .1I1V, W"
Mf m toe nronte ciock poioicu 10
b.
r;"INtfX;j'd a?fli were
Uearat the iinliiB of hot!
Mie4.
la tb leml, ffeiialor Auguatus O,
Reiaa, Urge, florid and the penonin
litlea of "aenalorlal dignity," did
he keaora. Ilia waa the hand which
announranieiit of tho death of hit
forintr colleague, Bonalor lleyburni
Itraolutlona were thn pataed, exprea
laktty tapped Mkt marble.opp.d,lng the deep aorrow of the ienato.
Mk of the pretliMfig oltlrer
leeaker ChafipClark, with vigor
Ma and mounding thumpa of hi
lrtt did alnillar duly at the aouth
M4 ef the Cnpllol,
l both chamber, death lent a
3ffl2T
and ympathy for th bereaved fam
llle. The enlc then udjournod
until Tuesday.
Klmltar recognition of their dead
wa mail In thn houte.
(Continued 011 l'sgv J 1
jr jauy xjjjiuuuM.uju 1 1 iii.i.im'ajm
Xhir Absent Brothersf
Remembered by Elks
Memorial Services of Local Lodge
Ui UJIth AHHraaatunl Music.
But One Member Missing
thu Klamath llaalu. The farmera of
Klmnalh county are taking great
Intvimt In the dairy bualneaa, and
nearly all of them are aecurlng addl
llonal thoroughbred ttock,
J. W. McCoy baa eblpped three car
load Into the county the pat lum
mer, and I now making a trip
through Kama, WUoomIb and Ohio
tiller two car more. N. 8. Merrill,
who I Kaat oa a vUlt, eipocta to
ahlp a car of dairy atock bare thla
fall, and aeveral car a bave bee ahlp
led to the Kort Klamath country by
Aimer Weed and other.
C. T. Oliver haa Jut received a
communication from the Souther;
I'arlitc company la reply to a letter
he enl the company relative to a re
duction In freight rate on cattle
from the Middle Weat
T. A. tlraham, aaalataat freight
traffic manager of the railroad, writ
Ing for the company, atatea that a
roualderable better..rate thajulIM
Pr car from Mlaaktalppl River aetata
la available, although the company
decline to make a rate of flCO a
car, aa luggeeted by Mr. Mcuoy. to
rate quoted are a follew:
Chicago to Klamath Pall, 1170
per car.
Mluliilppl Klver to Klamath
Knll. $208 per car.
MIourl Itlver to Klamath Kail,
1210 per car.
Hmlley la Dead
lti:i)I.AND8, Calif.,, Dec. !. Al-
bert Hmlley, Internationally known aa
n peace advocate, died today. He waa
a& year of age. Ilia wife la critically
III.
i
Tk aeeoad annual memorial eier
' Mm of Klamath Kalh Udg No.
.' 7, tf. I. o. Nik, waa observed by
1 member of the lodge and their
ftlaaea Sunday at the opera houae.
aeut 100 member marched In a
;)t from the kail to the meeting
where a large number of cltl-
NUliad already aalhered to wltaeaa
i t imbrrailVa emleaf.
j Kialte4 Kuler lluater Bavidgo pre-
' iLUd ...J . :.- ...... li. .1.. .,
- auu Hiiar me riivaiMwv -HM
by oMcera of the lodge, the
I grau of mualc and addreaaea wai
f 'wrjIfU OUl,
( ?k eulogy oa W. J, I'roudfoot,
0 dlfld Mnv.ul... Illk written hv
' W trfilr Tbempaoa, waa read by
. " Waited Ruler' M. 8. Hall.
' ' 'The adaraaa Pnrl.rN.f of Ued.
;W Udg No, iiat waa a.aaatar-
" U was a veritable eermon a
;,7'.Kn tot apeaker clearly and brii-
.W'y explained the great part
by the Hike o-faalaatlon In
'"t men k'aw to get tba ot
:?W . rtk whIU aut f.Ufa.
'i',frt Peopla," aa'lg Mr. Naff, "havo
lPreaaHi'jiat tke Mke are a
lallam u
Pui
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r'i
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..til. . S'
r
tklak af iMthlag
Thla, to a
certain ealent, I true," but Mr. Not
ttuted that thla wan In iiccordanc
wllh thu teathtng of Chrlit, who lie
hvllevi'd did not mean that wo were
to "becoinu a Utile children' In only
ono or two particular, but In every
ruipect. Wo ihould bo a pure and
a fruitful aa llttlo children, and wo
liould 11U0 bo a happy and Joyful a
tho child. Thoro wn roally not o
much trouble In tho world, declarod
Iho apoaktr, and If euch one boro i
little It would not bo n great burdon.
and all could bo happy, na ChrUt ox
pectod them to bo.
tinier of KxcrcUe
niintiitiir Ode "Uroat Htiler of tho
Unlvorie"
I'ruyer Clmplaln of Iho l.odgo
Carey Itamaby
llyimi' -Mixed Quartal-Wllaou, Wal
ton, Andrew and llammell
Kulogy Hon., W. Ialr Thompon
nead by H. II. Hall
Duo't "The Cruclflx" (raure)
WlUon and Andrew
Addreea Porlor, Neff, Medlord1
Lodge No. iX t
Soto (leorgo Wltaon. '
Cloalng Ode "Wo Hnvo FlnUhed
Our Tabora"
Honed Ictlon-taev. 8tubbl8aid
Attoraeye Heal
It became knowu today that the
law firm of Keeeee A Oroeabeck haa
reilgued aa local repreaeatatlvo of
the II. O. Dun A Co. Mercantile
Ageucy. Thl firm and Ita predeceaaor,
II. W, Kceaec, havo repreaeated the
Dun Mercantile company la Klamath
for many year, but owing to the fact
that uch reproentatloa wa fre
quently in conflict with and preju
dlilal to other and more Important
local Intereit, the arm will ao loager
act n financial reporter and collec
tion agent.
aaaaaaaa 'a - -
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e ALLIANCB MHIKWHB
Ti
e) HlgaMcvuet Aeitea-I Take ky
ttMOtMtrWven
Ualted Pre larrMe)
BERLIN, Daa. Irrlt waa o- e)
etally anaouaead Mlay tkat tfce
Triple AlUaaa ka4'keea retww-
ad for threa yaan.
e Thla I algalleaat In view of
the cmdltloM la t Balkaaa.
, u
JOHNSON FUNS
i
TO MARRY GIRL
-J5
m WARINO.
IMua WtJkCK
AUTOMOWtitC
RaUar to
OTPLAOl
CAM nw 1 PI
Lvauc
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CHICOQO, Dec S Aa auto eUada
In front of Jack Jahma'a kaaaa to
day ready to leave wfcaai ik Mgtw
receive a apeclal delivery letter from
Lucille Cameraa. . ,
"Aa aoaa aa I gwt kka letUr." aald
Johaeoa.-I wlU raah U wkar Laetlla
I. W will ka aaarrM at aft aata."
Federal aulborttlea .amy tkat U
marriage wlU aat aefeat tka wkR
atava raae, aa tk gM l.aly a wH-
y - as&BM
'
Ai;-t
FAKE COONTESS ,
6ETS THE COIN
fOSKH AH A HICK ROUMANIAN
WHO IK TO HK KOHOKU INTO A
MVi:i.KHH MAHKIAOK WITH A
HKIIVIAX I'RINCK
lliillcil 1'rojt Service
IIIIHUN, Dec. 1. I'oelng aa a rick
Itoumaulan counteaa c6ndmaed to a
lovelew marriage with a Servian
prlnco, Lydla Mehl. a halrdreaaer'a
uitunt, haa been ent to prtaon for
iwlndllng wealthy and amoroua Ber
liner. Attracted by her beauty, al
leged title and wealth, a prommeat
government oMclal waa eailly per
uaded to take the "Count Deh
muate' oat to dinner of evening and
to lend her f 100 to enable her to re
turn home to aak pana'a permkMloa
to'call ok the Benrlaa match,
CRIMINAL CASES
UP TOMORROW
AHKAia.NMK.NT OK KKMONKHM I.N
THK COUNTY JAIL OCCURS BUT
FORMAL l'I.KADINQ WILL HK
HKAKU I.N TMK MOH.NINO
.
Oraad 4kt
W. W. MeadeahalL foremaa.
rancher, KUmath Fall.
lon W. Aadenoa. raaeher,
KUmath Fall,
Robert Alexander, carpeaUr,
KUmatk Fall.
J. M. TlBtoa. rancher, Oleae.
L. O. Mill, creamery owner,
KUmatk Fall.
A. W. Southerland, raaeher,
MerriU.
Auguat Bueilag, rancher,
e
e KUmatk Fall.
a)
The December term a(, tka clrcaR
court opened thu Manuag, and A
rand Jury, waa drawa te.Uka up tka
charge' wklek have beam aaada
agalnat police offlcer and other In
dividual who have been reported to
Governor' Watt.
Th Drat aeven nam drawn from
th llat of Juror were designated aa
the county UnuUltorlal hear, and
forthwith the aeven men proceeded to
th grand Jury room, to deliberate pa
the charge made.
It I a aotabl fact tkat bat few of
the member of th grand Jury are
resident of KUmath Falla. WklU it
appear that a few of tteaa receive
their mall In thU city, the ka reality
live beyond the ttmlta of KUmath
Fall.
Tomorrow the grand Jury wHI eon-
alder the alleged auault on R. Vaace
Hutchlaa, formerly a aewspaper re
porter. ThU U kaown heeaaaa at the
fact that wltae to th alleged a-
ault have been lummoaed to appear
on that d.
Dlatrlet Attaraey Kaykeadall
la eoBMUatWtv wMk the Jary
part ef the day,, and ha atarted theea
on their IftveetafetieB. j
TM ail aeHOBi 01 mum amwn
JartaiB waa aet (er trtal la the
OREGON EASTERN
IN NORTH LAKE
MRANCM hunt MKMt WAaKMrVBM
Ml HHUan'MB Te
TowAM nnc BanawroaJ or
LAKKCOUmtY
Traveler ea rente freea Baraa to
Lakevlew are eeatUaally aaceadlag
Ua new of railroad aeOvRle la
Northera Lake eoaaty, aaya the Lake-
view Herald. There are I,t00 laker'
era working la Malkear caaaoa tkla
falL A great deal of work haa already
beea done oa the 9,100 foot taaael,
ana a aooa aa thl U completed the
tlae of coBetraetloB aByroaekaa the
opea prairie, where the work wilt he
peaked more rapidly. It U claimed
tkere are 100 Ball, ef raHa la tk
yard at Vale. Work to
rapidly os the went em4
at Creaeeat, aad eeaetratli
are dletrlhated atoag tho Mm
Tka twa force will aaM aeaMwher
la Harney eoaaty.
. The tetaat reaeru are mtag freea
Ue Wagentlre eeaatry. rfetdBa-
glaeer H. Orerdyke haa a party of
eighteen re otahlag Ue Oregoei Baot-
ern awrve at that Hint, wkere tho
Ua kraaekaa aad aaliada down to
ward Lakeelow. Thla araaeh eeeaea
dowa front Ahert Lake. TalUr JWIa,
Vgv VaTvVomeSeM Mlttf mamVaWaw oaW aaaSawV
TaHor, down 1 AMaraa,
the Pitt BJver
Th Orosow.
few yeara have mad a aamher 'of
rreUmlaary earreya aiiefcag far a
line of eatraaee late Baa Fraaeleeo,
and out of all Ue dUfereat aarTeya,
the oa HeaUoaed and tho ono croo
Ing to Cagea were Ue only oaea ac
cepted by the railroad and lied wRk
the goveraaaeat.
Th Pitt Rl?r to U meet prac
ticable, becaaee R aCorda a water
grade, or elgkt-teaUa of ono per
coat grade almeet Ue eattre dtotaae.
The aaaeoetttea, to that eenotraeUea
work wlU begte oa thla araaeh tot tho
aear fatare, ao aa to harry Ha eoav
ptetiea for the Panama ecpeerHea In
Ran Franetoeo la 1111. '
katateBraBotoo.
aet era tn the poet
New
Th foUowlag were admMted to elt-
toeaahlp today by Jadgo Beaaea In
the clrcaR eeart:
Qeorgo Oottlelh of Crueeat. a na
tive of Oeraaay.
Martin Kemgaek of Merritl, a aa-
tlve of Oermany. '
W. O. BmHh of XlajaaU Falla., a
native ef Canada.
Frederlek'-C OeHaaM af Swan
Uke, a BaUvo of Oeraaany.
PRINCE WLO
ON DEATH BED
HHOT THROUGH IXTaMTINsw) IN
THK ASRAULT ON BOVTAM.
KINO AT BKBeMDai MONIBO OF
ARMIST1CK DBLAYHU
United Pre iervle
. CRTTINJlfi, Dec.' . Prtnce Dan
lelo U In the keapUal at Rtega. Hie
condition la eonalaered Tory grave:. '
MANY WITNESS
BAD ACCISENT
TWO
6KAXTB 'ABB
tVaMR
CABB owe or
AhfPUTA1
MBDFOBD. Dot. i-A kaadrei
aaw Tner
of OraoA
II yeara, at
Pa-
two I
earaof a
arm clatehed la1 tho Jaw of am
eoatroUed feapllag Ther atoo .1
aa eahlkRloft of lre aoreo o
part of tho yoaU, who, alaaed
to deaU. patlaatly waHod for
of haad to free htoa.
At Ue Baered Heart
ana waa atafod by On.
Picket aa
HEIOENREtCH IS
b.:b.
Wltooa haa
of the
tery for the Swift
He arrived la the eRy atM'algwL ao
compaaied by B. N. KMearoteh, goo
eral maaager for Ue Wg paeklag
compear la Oregon. Mr. WReen ac
cede H. B. Poka. Mra. Wltooa aad
chltdrea wHI arrive ha the eRy la a
few day to Jota her haahaad.
KUaaaU Falla tooka hotter to aao
every Haa. I' Tltt hero.'' aaM Mr.
HeldMretoh. "Oar kaalaoa haa boob
VViar SOVV Brw. oBaaMI Wi, VaWerM W "
Urge oar,faBllln hero aa raaMly aa'
the growU of the etty warfaa." -'
Mr. Heldearetoh wHI reaaaln hero
aeveral day ka order to.aaaho att of
tka arraagemoBt lor Mr. Wltoan tab!-
Ins over tho
,3i
SHADES ff MEAT
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t aeeal year.
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