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The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, December 10, 1912, Image 1

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KLAMATH PALM, OH
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UKMDAY, DKCKMBKR 10, 1011
Local Singers Makri Hit In "The
Mikado
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Pretty Klamath Falls Girls Sing and Dance Their Way into Great Favor
ACED MAN MAY
HAVE ME1 DEATH
MOUNTAINS
HONKHT FRANK" HUHKH
KHIKNIM ARK WOHKIMt
James Kller, who u accused ot
stealing a watch chain, charm, pair of
Dropped Oat of Wghi About Wetk field glasses, ring and other property
Ago ami No Wvnl lias brra lie- (rum Ilia homo of Chsrles Kastle, who
reived Kruai Him It U IVsitxl ' on " Mor'l' '. pleaded
guilty late Motility afternoon to a
ELLER WILL BE
COUNTY
CHARGE
Pl.KADM tHJILTV TO A CHAKUK OK
LAHCKNY AMI) IH GIVEN OP.
TIOX Ol' PAYING KINK OH GO
INfl TO JAIL
That H attempted to Walk Arruae
lb MtmaUla lu Aalilaml, anil Per-
What hai become of Prank HubrrT
Did ha carry out hi atatcment that
liw waa going to walk out over tin
mountains to Aahland, and pariah la
toraa Isolated spotT
These are question that ara both
rrlng friends of Huber In thla city,
following hU disappearance about a
)mihm-u on Pais o
charga of petit larceny. Ha waa fined
I13S by Juitlco of tba I'aaca Graves,
In default of which ha muit serve
0V4 Uaya In the county Jail.
The original charga against Kller
waa larceny from a dwelling. Aa bo
returned moat of the mining arti
cle. Kaitle ankfd that the charge be
changed.
The taillra of the Presbyterian
church will hold a bauar and chick
en tlc dinner In the new White build
ing on Friday, December 13, from S
lo I.
Bold Bandits Make a
Rich Haul in the South
Pomcs are Searching for Men, who
Robbed Sante Fe Express Gar and
Shoot the Resisting Messenger
GERBER MAKES
BIG. SHIPMENT
HKNIM II CATTLE AND SM
MHKKP TO THK HACHAMKNTO
MARKET KIOHT C1AHN UBBD
FOR THK SHIPMENT
Oil of the blggeat atngla ship
ments of atock aent out of hart In
aome time left today, when Lou la
(lerber ahlppad 110 bead of cattle and
500 aheep to tba Sacramento market.
Eight can war Beceeaarr to baadlr
the shipment.
(lerber baa shipped a large num
ber of cattle and aheap to California
points thU faU, but thla to tba big
gest tingle shipment he baa Made.
Wateaw Loaf aa
Judge C. B. Watson, a promise!
Ashland attoraay, who baa baa fla
iling hla daughter, Mrs. Jacksoa Kim
ball, relumed born today. Jadge
Watson la belag strongly urged by kla
frlenda to rua for mayor la Aahlaad,
but ao far ba baa emphatically
ed that ba will aet Uka tba
tlon.
United Press Henries
IIAKKHSFIKt.D, Dec 10. Mors
than 300 deputies and armed cltltena
are trailing the bandits who robbed
the eipreea car on tho llakersfleld
Tall local laat night. They secured
10.000.
It la reported Ibat the men are
making for loa Angeles county,
whera they probably will attempt to
board a Baa Kranclsco train.
Thirty-four automobile loads of
deputlea left at noon, and a doien
other posses hava loft Taft,
11 a system of telephonic commun
ication the posies hope to throw a
circle around tho alloy and dote In
on the bandits.
Santa Ke and Wells Kargn detec
tives ara on the trail.
It It reported that these companies
have offered 1 1,000 reward for tho
rapture of each ot the bandits, doad
or allvtt.
Tho recovury of W. N. Ilaniby, the
wounded express messenger, Is not ex
pected. He Is unable to describe the
bandits.
. ii i i m l .. .!- j. i mi in a i i1 1
Reaekaae WBJ
The drill team of tka Rebekah
Lodge will koU a meetlag for prac
tice Wednesday ertntag la tka Odd
Fellows' hall? All ot tka members
of tba team ara requested to ba area-eat.
DEMOCRATS ARE
PUZZLED OVER
LOCAL AFFAIRS
7-
THK WmafKMf OK UUMaMRTP
nwiwat UP Dwrowe
.
Btavy of aaVsmsaslag Letter la WMeh
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It U feaM m Jad Maaof) Tant-
m! Mia SHAmI Bftaa 1a m Itiifi
Arrifal three. CaaaMalaa Ara la
the KteM ar tVaadaamwafa Job aa
v
I'nifsilaa
Althougk Mm commlaalaa of Poet-
master Braaaeaburg does aot expire
for mora taaa two rears, there ara
already threw avowed candidates tor
hU poalUaavjaad dlassaeloa baa al
ready comasshcsl to sbaw Haalt la
tba raaka eNM local damoeraU erer
(Caataiaid oa
Page 4)
DREADNAUGH
T
NA
COLLISION
XtmKh ON A TRIAIi THIP KITH
AN UNKNOWN HTKAMKR PATH
OK THK CKKW OK THK VKH8I.1.
IH NOT KNOWN
L'nlted Praw aarvlea
I'LYHOUTH, Kngland, Dec. 10.
Tba new British draadnaught Centu
rion oa a trial cruise off Davenport
this aftsraooa collided with an un
known steamer, which Immediately
ank, The fala of the ateamer'a craw
not known.
Immediately after tba collision the
Centurion sent out a wlreteas mos
uge telling of tba affair. Hevoral
, trafta rushed to tho scene, but found
no traca ot tba sunken vessel or of
bur crew.
Tba Ceatarloa returned bera. Her
tnchofa" wira drlvaa through ber
own.
m
Representative Karaatrlck, recent
ly eleeta4 from Iewa, la blind. The
liouse wlU saw have a blla member;
juatMiaa
Court Itelaye llatM'utt
United I'retn Uervlte
8AI.KM, Dec. 10. No decision has
ret been rendered by tho aupremo
court In tho case of tho Humphrey
brothers, convicted ot the murder of
an aged lady at Philomath. The men
will not bo banged Krlday.
Mr. and. Mrs. Perl Merrill came la
from Merrill Monday to witness the
productlou of "The Mikado."
Lloyd Do Lap left thla morning for
a ahort sojourn In the Swan Utte
country.
SYMPATHETIC
STRIKE IS ON
HAII.HOAD WTUATION IN KNO.
LAND W GRAVIS NOHTHWK8T.
KIIN KMPLOVHB KT MOHAL
HUPPOKT OK OTHKH WOHKKtW
United Press Bervloe
IX)NDON, Dee. 10. The railroad
omployea of Sunderland, Leads and
York struck today In sympathy with
the NorthwMtern strikers. Tea thou
and men ara out.
ENGLAND'S NOTE
IS UNANSWERED
PROTHHT AaAlNBT CANAL TOLLM
IIKLIKVKO TO RK THK WORK
OK RAILROAD OOMPANIM OK
CANADA
WA8H1NOTON. D. O., Dec 10.
was states today that It wlU be
several weeks before .Secretary Kaox
replies to Rngland'a formal note
against the canal toll favoritism re
garding Canadian ships.
Congressmen believe that tba Ca
nadian railroads, whose shlpa will be
barred from free tolls, have Inspired
the protest It la expected that tka
matter will be settle without arbi
NAnfilTION OVER
FCflNE SEASON
NORTHKRN END O KLAMATH
LAKH HAB KMOBRN OVER, AND
THK RUIUMNO OPKRATK)XS AT
HARRIMAN LODQK 8UBPENDS
Winter has set la to suck aa extant
at the northern end ot Upper Klam
ath Lake that navigation oa the big
expanse ot water haa ceased for tka
year. Tka last trips ware made last
week by tba Harrlmaa Ledge boats.
and tba fleet U aooa to go oa the
dry docks for retain.
Tba lea la aaM ta ba aeveral laeaee
thick at the upper ead tt tka lake,
and reporta brought down by mea en
gaged la the building work at Harrl
maa Lodge ara to the affect that tkere
la already four lachea of snowgtkere.
On account ot tka Impossibility ot
shipping mora material, work on tbu
1 11,000 Klelsbacker bungalow, the
cottages and the boat house nt the
Harrlmaa Lodge will, end for the
winter In a few daya. The eotUxea
are nearly completed, aad the remain
ing work Is the InUhtng ot the la
CLE6H0RN NOW
HARRIED MAN
KNOINKKK IN THK KKLAaMTMX
fUsmVICK M MAHMsa TO IBbW
VlNIKKKM V. WITHROW, A
POPULAR LOCAL OtRL
A aalet weddlag wa
at S o'clock thla afteraooa at taa
home of Mr. aaa airs. Charles H.
Wltbrow on West Mala street, whea
ttulr daughter, Winifred V. WKN
row, waa anlted la marriage to Jean
C. Cleghorn. The coaple leave this
afteraooa for a koaaymooa trip to
tba former borne ot tka groom la
Iowa.
Tba ceremony waa performed fey
Her. George H. Keese, pastor of Grace
M. E. Church. Only members of the
family wara preaeat.
Tka bride haa reside la thla cMy
slac -childhood, aad la one of tka
city's moat popular young ladles. The
groom la aa eaglaeer wHfe tka leeal
branch of the reclamaUoa aerrlee.
aad, Uke kla briaa, aaa a wlda atrel
of friaaaa kara.
O. H. Heetar leevea this afteraooa
for Bacrameato to narehaae aMKIeaa
tor the stack of goods belag elaaad
eat at kla oM atera. A laraa.wbale-
sala heaaa la mavlag la taaTaKfar
net eapMal. aad Heater wlH taaa ae
ataga t tka eaermeaa radasUe
made la tka arleea.ef ferakaa lata, aad
purchase goods to be aoM at a law
price to Klamath Katie resMeata.
FEVER PATIENTS
GETTING BETTER
RKPORT THAT
JOIN CWLBRKN
KOTsTX.
TO RHOOVMt H BaV
NIK BY rHTBKtAN
Tka repert taat taa tarea ehlUrea
ef Mrs. Maty WhMteaeeta 1 CWJe
auln wara net sapeeted ta resavsr
from scarlet fever waa aeaKlfetjr de
nied by Dr. R. K. HemlMaa tala mern-lag.
It la true that aaleefced far
pllcaUeaa hava aet la." saM Dr.
Ikon, "bat I beHere taat taa ekHdrea
wlil ba well Terr aoen."
Tka Warren bay, waa waa aaa it
tba first easea la Chlleaala, haa ea-
tlrely recovered, aad he aaa aeea eas
charged from aaaraatlae.
Bereral eaaea of scarlet ferer kara
been reported U tala elty, bat med
ical mea do aet anticipate aa eat-eemte.
rllaamisB gf HI aaaamslsBr aaml M
lllaULlll ' IgafaaVB
luiiiriA wuui
Miss Agaaa Lea aa awa. . R.
Heary nave retaraed freta Oakland.
wkare they saaat a maath fvstUag
their amter. mma Laaaw Lea. wfea
ntudylac masse 1a taa CaUfaraJa eRy.
BIIIGS 80T A ,
K magi 4
Mea Taana Hne'H'ns; aa PsV
atarwy aaaf Aasaemea Vatmat HaaaC?.
-i
HteNaaCaewaWlMmllOaaMa ,
i i
yasmtoswemBiaeaWsmlbjjil, .
;flrsjeWi
afera aaa af taa
af taa
sesrsd aa Immaaae aaeaaea seat algat
la lb i iniialitlia' if'lki .tiaifil
f gaamaaaamaamfe aaaaaamaal aatammrggU .'"Vammt aaaaaaMaamaaV
WMaftaMaC MttM- IsUS M flaM SjC MM aVaHS
lraafaaaaee. aad mi saaaaga af aaa
t-Taai
THREE ROBBERS
ARE CAPTURED
DRTKCTtVBB ENGAGED IN A HAT
TLB ON THK OUTrtKlRTM OK
MEMPHIS LEASER OK THE
HOBBHR RANB IB KII.LKD
United Press Servlee
MP.MPHI8, Teaa.. Dec. 10 Fol
lowing n battle with four train rob
bers, who were surrounded In n hut
on the outskirts at the city, detectives
arrested, three of the bandits and
killed tkelr leader, Kinney Uergniaa.
Tka bandits bava aeea robbing
poateScee, banks aad trataa for tka
paat twa yeara.
Teddy Would Give up
Leadership of Moose
t
Declares that All but Four or Fi?e Hundred Republi
cans will be Receifed into the Ranks of the New
Party. Mrs Jane Addants is Honored
a-fkij
Indian's Death Witt
'VS
4,
i-'J
Be Probed (refnlly
Coroner Whitlock Empanels a Iwtf
but Inquest will not be Held! lor a
Day or Two-Witnessea Mjaahij
i
$
No iMusst wak ksM today ta la-
Testlgato tka deaU at Jean Weeks,
the ladlaa who died Maaaay at taa
Blackburn keaaMal aader- pssaMar
dreametaaeea, aa several laasaaa waa
ara aeUeTed ta know aometklag la
coaaectloa wRh tka ansa ara aa taa
reeerratlea. aa4 will aet ba here be
fore tomorrow ar Tkarsaay.
Tala Merntag Caraaar WhUlaek
empa,neled a eeraaar'a jury, and n
peat merteae aaamlaatlea waa eoa
dueted ta taeir preaeaea by Drs. Cktl
toa aad Morrow, tke phynieUna wka
attended Weeks. Tka pkynlelaaa will
testify regarding tke aaamautlaa at
the inquest.
Following the umlaatloa taa
corpse was prepared far hartal at the
Whltleck anaertaktag parlors, gad
waa aeat ta tka leaenratloa. Taa
funeral will ba aaM teeaerrew.
The Jury amaaaeleg ay Caraaar
at Paal
WkHleekm
aaatelB, L.
Jamas Brtasss, B. B. Law
HawaaaraV t '
Weeks waa taHtla eMr.snat'vaak
aa a wRaeaa batata .taa vaarn Jeaip
aad It la "aaM laat aa engaged aa a
Ight with eUer ladtaaa
atakt. Tka peMee .wara
la a
J
peat ta a bara, bat ba waa aet I
and taa faUawtac day, Waeka, waa -
waa badly eralaed, want la a laaaj
roomlag koass. Dr. ObiMea. jseta waa;
' praasBegBj jsjaq,
ta the aesattaL wnera he' died Ba
darbjfct ' , ' v.
la new af taa aaaar feralaaa an saa
man'a aedy, CaMtaa
play aa bslag
death, aad aatHed
wkeatartedaa
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CHICAGO, Dee. 10 Colonel Roose
velt and other bull moose leaders
wero present whea the progressive
conference convened this morning.
"Senator Diion presided.
In a speech the Colonel Inferential
ly eliminated himself as the progres
sive head.
"We fought a great fight," he said.
We accomplished mora ta Mtaety
daya than nay other party la tka kls
tory of the country ta so short a time.
We forced tke other parties and can
didates to give Up servlee to tke pro
gressive principles. A leader must
be ehoaea without refereaee to kla
own deelres, but wkh regards to the
needs at the people.?
Hundreds of delegates were wait
lag 'when the doom ot tka eeaferenoe
room la the La' BeUe atreet aatol
were'oaened, Caleaal Roosevelt,
Oarleld, Btraua aad DUea wara
okeered aa they entered. Whea Mies
Jane Addama catered tke delegates
arena. It waa 11:68 whea Beanter
DUoa called the meeting to order.
Senator Dlaoa Introduced Roose
velt, wka digressed from hla aet
speech, saying: "Breryeae ta the re
publican party earn reUra te tke re
puhltoanUm ef Lincoln If ka eaters
oar perty. We ehall bar only fear
ar ive hundred."
SSBalTlaM Hi AaS0
PORTLAND, Dec le. Although
married ever a week ago, friends ef
Mrs. Sue Le Bard aad J. Lerey Scartk
n well known Elk aad motor boat ea
thuitast, are Just now learning of the
unusual circumstances nnder which
the knot waa tied.
Enlisting Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Oreea
ough la their secret, the twa left the
city la the Greenough automobile laat
Saturday aad were married ta the ma
chine at 5 o'clock that afteraooa oa
tka Mount Hood road. Rot. Wilbur
Wire performing the oeremeay. Taa
weddlag took place ta tka opea air,
aad the party motored back ta the
city ta tkVgatherieg darkaeea.
Mr.- Bcartti la aa employe of the Bee
company. Ha aaa hla bride kare been
reeldeata rof the elty atx 'ar sevea
yeara. Tkey ara new at keaM to MMk
frteade at taa Camberlead
Celeael Reosevek la plaaalag a trig
to the wltaa af BraaU aent
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