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KLAMATH PALL, OHKQONL WKDNKHDAY, DECKMIIKK 4, Jtl-
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THOUSANDS OF
BODIED ARE ON
FROZEN GROUND
HATTI.KKIKLDN IN TNK BALKAN
AHH OHUKMOMK
SS9B9
MORE TROUPIE
DUE
HltXICO
Jobs to be
Voted Fer1:
MILLIONS Vtm LKVKKM
1'rveldeat Taft ltccomaiesid mm
Approarbuloa
: Dem First
l in Roll Call
pertaMe Creetoeartoe Are Hetag Hr
,t4 to Kaaaaaeva h4 Meaetlr.
rtoreua f VreM, It Has He
r'oead laayissmli (a Dig Orate.
Twelve Thn eased Btodeet Are oa
Wt i
li r
e
trailed fraaa awrvlee
f CONaTANSA. Dee, 4.-Twels
llhousaad corpses are nkirM oa the
battletelda at Kumaaova aad Mon
silr Oa account eC Ue frotea ground
Istsrmeal la Impossible. I'ortabU
.mmatorle arc belag hurried la ihr
U)NIXW. Dee. I A dlspelrh from
Holla says that Bulgaria baa offlcUllr
(oanrmed Ida slgalag of the protocol.
All of la alllaa accept (Jraece have
signed tha document It U reported
Ihit Greece la planning to right Tur
ktr alow. The tevors will mset In
.eadoa December SOU.
ALIEN CASE TO
BE TRIED NEXT
YOUXCJ MAN M CHAHOKO WITH
fHHWMJ A CMKC'K WtOM aw TO
mm, ANB TNKN BKIIT1NU OUT
OK THK COUNTRY
Tha trial of Hobert AlUn, accused
ol forgery, lll be commenced to
Marrow In tha circuit court. C. at.
O'Nalll will conduct Iba caaa far tha
defendant, wbo It wall known locally.
Allan la chargad with raiting a
chack frea II to I00, aad caablng It
tt tba (lem Ratoon Utt September
II waa arratlad at Sltton, Calif. Ho
waa Indicia br tba grand Jury, and
last waak anlarad a plaa of not gulltr.
MACON IH 1-I.ANMMi A.NOTIIKIt i,'"lle'"'' ""
, t WAHHINOTON, D. C, Dae. 4.
nr..uaj.ml ,lW.,..M, TO .,,,. .,, , dcrmlnB ,
I'HIVATK ADVICKH IIKCKIVKI) rll.il,.. ,.f mUlnr. f l...,n.l .....
HIOM MHXICO CITV iiui. puitmaitcn, ratrtbalt and ur-
'voyort It tba lateat pita of tba dam
Unltad Treat Darvlca locral wlivn ttila imiIod gtU ftlrlf
NKW OltLKANH, Uoo. I Maoun It 'nUrltd. Democratic congrattmen wbo
plaining another roolutJon, Bccord.;,re Lu.logod with r.quoiu for tucb
inn 10 priTtio aqfirrt rnctiVDU nerc
Iran Mtilco City.
itipoliitmntt ballara tblt plan will
It It reported (hat Ilia 8apllttatM,r" u,rro ,rom l0,lc obllUratlon
In tba touth and tl.o HtUttrllt In I1 "lv !"' of dUappolntad oc-
tha north art iupiortlng lilm.
(Irarga M. fltarr returned to Mid
Uml thlt morning, after a brief rlalt
In thlt city.
DEMOCRATS 6ET
AN ORGANIZATION PROBE ACTS OF
U. S. ATTORNEY
CKSTIIAI, COMMITTKK OV KLAM
ATH IMIl'.NTV IK OltUAMZKB.
tlKOIUlK UIIAHTAIN IM HLKCT
t.l CIIAIItMAN
Urganliallon of tho democratic
cantral committee of Klamath coun
ty, following iba elactloa ol saw
commlttaemtn, -waa completad at a
meeting'1 of new' raembera btld tblt
week. At tbla Bleating Qeorga Cbat
Utn waa elected county chairman aad
William Wagner ttcrttary.
A number of ractnelea oa tba com
mlltaa war Iliad by appolatmenU,
and the commlttaa membcrt for tba
dlSerenl proclncu are aa faOwwa:
Watt Klamath FalU, r, L, Arm-
tlrong; Hecoad Ward, aaorga caaa
tain: Third Ward, William Wagner;
Kaat Klamath Falb, Qeorga Nelaad:
Sblpplngton, II. J. Lock wood; Mllla
Addition, Will Humphrey; Poa Val
lay, Kdwln rreuer; Bprtge RWar, W.
T. Oarratt; Odell, Hobert llouie, Lan-
gell Valley. W, K. Campbell; Klam
ath Uke. II. W. Straw; Tulc Lake,
George Offleld; Tine Orotre, TU Orlf
flth; Midland, V.C. Ourbank; riemt,
V. T. Nalton; lxt UUar, 8. W.ueaaa;
Dairy. Cbtrlft Kltckut; Wood Illter,
Dan Ityan: Matin, t Zumpfe.
tveknrt In tubtequent etecttont.
The new acbama la adroeatad by
Ittilireteotatlvea llumpbreyt of Mia
tlttlppl and Beall of Taiaa. Tbara la
ttretiuout opoalllon, aad a llraly da
btta It already under way, Repre
entntlvn Hobert l. Henry of Taut
I n opponent of the plan. '
TKXAH OONORKStSMKN MTANT TO
KNOW WMV WICKKRHiLtM KK
I'l'HKO TO ALLOW I'BOMINKXT
Mr: TO RK ARMHHTKD
United lraaa Sorrlca
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 4.
Congreetme. Qaraer and Randal! at
Texaaare InTettlgatlng Attorney Oen
tral Wlckeraham'a failure to allow
Arcbbold aad other fttaadard Oil
cltlt to be aanrad wtu warraata te-
tued by tha federal graad Jury la
Taaaa retaaAly. -.
Unltad Pratt Barvlca
WASH1NOTON, D. C, Dec i.
Addreetlng tlie. Nitloaal Itlrert
and Harbora C'oagraM tod;y,
President Taft recomaadrd Ilia
Appropriation or half a million
dolltrt lo build Jeree on the
e) MlttlMlppI River,
I
'
APPROPRIATIONS
' ARE CUT DOWN
IIOUHK OOMMITTKK MAKEA A KK.
HOttT-RKCOM)IKNDATl(8 OV
HKCKKTAKV 'McVKAOH AIIK
NOT AOOtTHB
United I'reat Sarjrlra
WABHINQTON. D. C, Dec. 4.
Iba commlttaa ou.tpproprlttlont re
ported tba asecutWe, leglaUtlva. and
judicial appropriation today. Tba
bout bill earrlet J4,7,10&. a mil
lloa, under the amount Secretary Mo
Vaagh recommended.
Tha aalary of ihe pratldent re-
tnalaa at 175,809. fill tecreury will
recalva l,00. ' t
Tba committee report ellmlaatee
tba proTlalan providing mat future
ea-areaMewta be congreataaan-at
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Uu'lUxl Preta Service
WABHlNtrrOhf, D. C, Dec. 4,
J,W, Abcrcroable, newly elected
member of coogrttt from Tutcalooaa, .
Tonu., will bear the distinction of J
having lilt namu Ortt on tba bouMtj
roll, dliptaclng John M, Adair of la-
Jlnna, who held the potltloa for aht
yeara.
The aecond letter In Abercromble'a.
name I rrtpontlble. It I "b," nnd
In tho flnongernent of the house roll
he liecome the official bellweatner
of tha democrat. On party vote tba
sound of Abcrcrombte's name wilt b
tlio slgnikl fof the republican to vote
directly opposite.,
' Korlal for Church
.Member of the Preabytarlaa
church and their friend will bold a
roclal at the church Friday evening,
.md an Intcrettlng literary program
hnt been arranged for the occasion.
A luncheon will alto be carved. Tba
committee In charce of the loclal la
compoaed of Mr. and Mr. C. C.
I fogue, Mr. and Mr. ITobert K. Wat
tmliurg and Mrs. Cbarle Grave.
John Hetslg, manager of the Klam
ath Telephone company, came In from
Fort Klamath Tuesday to appear be
fore the grand Jury In connection
with the case of Chenowetb Umpqua.
an Indian charged with the killing
of Frank Jack. ,
D. E. Wotford of Yalaas la n Klam
ath Falls visitor. .
Consumption Cure is ,
Believed to be Certain
JOHNSON urges:
LOWER FREIGHTS
r
;
NKW MANAOKK OV TaTJCKLAM-
ATM MVHtVTJfMSNT OOMTAinr
Kl'OONHW TWV OMOANmUWeMI
OF A OOMMKHCIAL MOMT.
Tba need'! a aaeVaestWt; Mm
part of local buslneea ma U
more favorable freight rataa to aad
from Klamath rail waa braugftt up
at a meellag'of tba dlraetora at tta
Home Dulldlag aad Kaalty
Uat night by Robart A."',
manager of Ua Klamath asnaaau
eempaay, aad ba polatad aaC laa fa
auRa of each a mevi la.albar.'alayaa
that wera ataaUarly aitaatad. -
"Ktamatk Fatta la at' a
vantagw retarding freight
said Jaaaaaa. "1 uadantaad
tha rata oa paper to Ula arty
to nearly tba 'east af Ua
It f kaewa taat taa frakjat aa aaat
fraat MarytrlBa la Ktomalk la aa
high aa fram Peaaaylvaata to Marys-
vlHa.
' -There 1 eae war to reaaady tola
coadlllaaaad Out la' for taa attaaaaa
of tha town to get togataar tkraaaja
tha 'Chamber of. Commarea. ar
rope mm.
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HOWE AND MOORE
10 GO TO PEN News of Remark Remedy
Colorado Spring? Physician, Brother
of the Discoverer, Returns With
other farm of orgaalaaOaaraaa' wark
hard. I would suggest' laa"eatiar
meat for a time of a traSe asaart,
wbo eeuM comptla atoUetlea aad
placa before Uie raikaad'
soas why thla' oaaunaaMT M aaUtaaf
to bettor fratgbt ratoa. If aa
of aareort waa mada by taa taepl
working togataar far taa towa aa
there I fey taa private
lag 'better ratoa aa
awaftlea. a great 'i
i '"t-;
Chaalaaalam aaMtatwa-- ',
uattea tTeeewerra--t',''
RaWDtNO,
la taa Ctemeeta aaaa b i
day to keep the dafeadeafa
aloa nut at tka renerd AH ?
meralac waa aaaat ha i
la beUeved taat aha eeart wM
tha i nefees ! . . tt T v
tOUHeBMNBI
Dog Poisoner Works
Overtime in the City
Thirteen Canines Fall Victims of
Deadly Strychnine. Hot Springs
Addition Scene of Operations
A aaa aoleeaar wlta a liberal sup- "Moat of the dogs poisoned were
Ply of deadly strychnine It operating J found In Hot Springs addition," aald
la tba cHy. City Powadntastar Ralph I Wr. Vaughn. "Baveral dogs have eat
Vaugba ku ofaclatad at'tba burial en the polton. but have wowal
.. .r... i -..... tk ... io' An emnlore of tha telephone com
ten aad every" on thai m dtath'pany reported tho finding of a piece! The panatt
ArgwaVTeC Sa. ". doc'of meat h.cb conUUied rychnlne.ith. wo -to.
and tne ponce are nuw ium.-..
JURV FINDS MKN GUtLTY
HTKAUNU OOUI'LH OF HsURTH,
HUT KKCOMMKND LKNIKNOY.
HKNTKNCK SATURDAY
i
I
OF 'United I'ress Service
COLORADO SPRINQ8, Dec. 4.
Dr. A. C. H. Friedman returned to-,
day from
"The keveral hundred patieata say
brother treated are recovering frees
tho dread dUeate," said Dr. Fried-
itia nrnvltitf till sfHrA.PT Of
Derlln. whero be lslted tho cure Tho maltor ot inmutlals-J
Jaaaaaa aad hie arid gajla aMa
the erlr la am aaliaiaillreaaa asaaf
Jag. Tala'aWaraaaa Oaf Mat aj
aataj9asWraaaj lfJ"a , wtSWVaVaaSBBasss
will take Irala fraat taaaa
Valr ui'Sadaa1 -..--.
a jam
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Majmg fesy. iMwavaaLai e-aa sars:,. ; . r -
- m euii
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, taWAy'ageaaji' aaaasmr
MfaMCaM BeSK awaiaaTaaaaa al-aaijt'y fjaawMaa aalamaaw aaaaasj aaaaaaa
aoalieaaal aa . aaatessaams emaa-a easastaw , r,
i Ht aaaaam-aaaVaaaja'(
ttataaeaibm tfte SiiP ,
m-iM '. tL aaMV e,"' . .-1
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iliagaj-aili 1': 'm aamajmasajm,.
eaafee- ,M. .Milaaaawi4aVaaaaalaa
rajamaaba. M avaat ar aaarataviaa. aamMaVtap
' Meae-ar to laaa aaaaaaa.
, . imaaaaajawa)aaaaaaaa-'
Indians Get Liquor;
Here as WitneMi
raauH
torad wHb polaaa.
--mrBB-aB
James Howe aad Thomaa Moore
were found guilty by a Jury la the
circuit court thla morning of lareaay
from a store. The Jury recommend
ed leniency for the mea, stating Uat
the prisoners had already entered
Imprisonment loag eaough for Ike of
fense charged. Judge Season will
pas sentence, Saturday aaeralag.
Howe aad Meere hare beea la the
county Jail for a couple of moaths.
They were arrested for stealing two
i heap shirt from Atkinson's store.
The trial or tne eaaa waa auneu
Tuesday moralng. bat It waa aot un
til! a late hour la tke afternoon that
n Jury was secured. The argument
of the attorneys were made thla
morning and' at 10:16 the Jury re
tired to deliberate. At 10:65 the
verdict waa returned.
The penalty for the crime of which
wera eoaTtetod la treat
one to seven yeara I
this brother, the discoverer of
new curt for tuberculosis.
the nc new born children Is still laded-1
nlte.'
CAPITAL STOCK
TO DE REDUCED
KLAMATH WATKK I'KKHS ASSO
CIATION WILL UNDERGO
CHAMiK ACTION OK OOVKRN
MKNT IIIIINOS ABOUT MO.VK
Bristow Would Have People;
Tiake Part in the Government
Senator Introduces Resolutions. Providing
Jorthe Amendiiuj qt the Cbnstttution so
that Measures May be Voted on
The qucstl
IU1 stock
Usera Assoi
at a mectl
Ua an
o'clock
opera hi
Importoaae
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Tiaatana
United rreatiarvlsa, ,
WASHINGTON, D. C Dot. 4.
Heaator; Brlatow ' tabraduaad la the
. ataato totey lwo Joint rtsolutloas,
v WartwhMj lajlllaMMdt aaMataiMU.
I ,,to.Mawa,Jteai,ad-
&
vanesd by toe senator during tha re
cent campalga
One of tke reeMuUeaa provldra
that the president may tabmAt to .the
BMIM Ma reeoatmeatetwatftahf
mt of coMtto. raUlil . act.0.
tbaat,
Tke other rasoluUoa provUet taat
congress may submit to taa, aeoala
such b,llw.,aa the Ualted States su
prame court declares are itacoaatl-
luueaai. , y
WATER RI6HTS TO
DLCONSIDERED
IIKUKING WILL BK MKI4 IN TMM
CITY TOMORROW BY BVPKR1N
TKXDICNT OF STATE WATmR DI
VISION NO. S.
icing the cap-
Klamath Water
bo considered
stockholders of
be held at 2
oon at Houston's
matter la of great
lead owaera af the
t. and a larae
sttMakfa-aectad.
W1aft?the : astoalatlea waa ergaa-
lu irw'rers naa toe caakal atock
waa dfvlded latoaSf.OIBi shares,
upob all UeUad thaa am'
braced In the Klamath project., Btnco
that time oeaslaeraale land baa 'been
released from the project by the rec
lamation servtoe, including tract j
arouad Kno, the blgk land between.
here aad Olaaa aad aaar roe vauey,
and latgo trafta of swamp land.
Oa aoeouatief tkla the amount of
authorised oabttal stock, haa become
larger than; hseisiary. and aatae
atote laws latatra tke repraaeatotlaa
af 10,001 akaVaa of atock at a meat-
lag to make ,4 legal. It to the plaa of
the water ultra to seduce the auav
ber of shareaot the" eapltat stocVtj
0,000, la vfhlch oaae the legal ms-
d. aad to-
fok'ft ad
Superintendent Jamee, T, Chinaock
of Water Division No. 8, will arrive
this evening tromMcdrat
morrow will take up the ,'
Judtcatlng the tor rlghtftfeaA
River. He alll hold hearlnge
city till next Thursday, wUen
go to Bonaosa to continue tba
The object of Mr. Cblnnock'a
1 to settle definitely the rights of
fercut peojilo to take vratorfrom'
river, some or tne catea are ia
pule, othor were not filed correctly,
aad there are nuuerout other Saws
la oma of the titles'. All the Pr
ton afected have bVsn aotlnod to
appear here and establish their claims
to the satisfaction of the water su
perintendent. '
Joe Wicks aad Stanley ldro L4g-
ed In the aty Bawlte: ;Aaljaar,
ties are SeUai Bootkakjara -; ,
A- "
Taat tke araeUee of bootlsajaaag.er
furaltklac tatealaaata to In
not beea eatirely eUmtaatedla aala
city waa shown Uat nlgbtiwhea too
police arrestea joe .wkmsm aaaa
ley l'edro, two Klamath laidhtaa, lor
drunkfanessA The ladlaaa aaa here
with' other reds from Ue reaarratlea.
subBeeaaed-tto appear balers taa
graad Jury ln eoaaaetloa'wtta taa
kllHac af"aiaajlUaa MaaA
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asaaasaasBj aaaaaaaaaam Bjeaaaaaaaaaaam 4saaa
aeCofe.tM laaatat aaajsjfaa
im iiT"RVaaaBjaJb
Klamath
Aata
tela., who 'faraaaaad
Wleka ag4
caarsje'taai
LeavMt, after
Pedro to
hearl'ag
te aa evvaaara9gT
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Votes for Women Is
the Fa vorite Htate
SB MBBt V
aa aaaaajg
"1 smsBBmaV
maaaaaayaa
HaJtaaaaaaaaml
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ath Literary Club Meetlntf is
Over to
1L'
.jc
H-
are Read
Xrt
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ojty
would
w"J aVeaVwl varnV'
Mur-er Caae Up
The grand Jury today I evldertly
considering the murder of Frank
Jack, as all of the alx wltaceaea tp
nnnnar bofore tho body today are
bTaowa to be fmllU'rwtk th fait
OLin uraiTt - ri a.i
The Quo Store to betas move (rem
thu Jacobs building to the nawjLamb
building' en Mala street. The) Lamb
building is Just serosa the street treat
tke old loaauoa. . - ,
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That woman tuff rate to tha west
Important phase' bf Ua outrage prob
lems la the mind of featlalao Klam
ath Falls waa dasaoastratad Tanadar
night if the meetlag of the Klaasati
Literary Club'at the home ,ef Mr.
and Mrs. Chat. araveo. whoa taa
programwsa eatirely la Ue heads at
the ladles of tba aub. The aaajeet
was "Su-rage."- but Ue atogle aaaat
of "Votea tor.Weataal'WM sMSaataA.
KtMlaa,Hewlt "wUsw leads. of taaiday
meotteg. wMjfcabae- raM
paper aatorflag as' taaYaaTsM,.tb
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votes of
moral toaa of UO
aad'MUa areas atoa read, i
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