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title: 'The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, December 10, 1912, Image 4',
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ALLEN CASE IS
UP TO THE JURY
KVIDKNCK HI CONCLUDED AND
'- AMUMKNT8 ARK MADE H18-
TKRa OF ACCUSED SURK OF
i Testimony In tbe trial of Robert U
Alien, a leeal youth cnarged with
forgery, ni completed thla after
noon, and the ease will be la tba
beads of the Jury thla availing. Tbe
ttato closed Ha rebuttal at 2:46, and
arguments by Deputy District Attor
ney Horace M. Manning tor tba atate
rand C. M. OnalU tor the detente start
td at S o'clock.
' Alien b charged with taking
check made oat to a telephone com
pany by D. P. Shook, a Dairy rancher,
'substituting hla name for that ot tbe
telephone ceaapaay, ralalag the
amount from $1 to $100, and cashing
the check ta thla city, Ed DuFault
paying the $100 oa the ttraagth ot
Snook's tlgnature. Tbe tollowtag
day Alien left tba city la aa automo
bile, going by way ot Shovel Creek
'to Ager, where he boarded a trala.
Ha waa arreetad at Mston.
' Aeeerdtag te AHea. Ue eheck waa
given htm by another au working
en the Shook ranch, who had the
check nude oat la Altea'a name, aa
Allen waa kaowa la thU etty. Ho
etatee that Ue chock waa tor $100
whea ha received It
Three atatera ot the accused hare
beea la constant attendance at the
trial Ever alace hla arreat la Sep
tember, they haTa visited hla at the
jail dally. They are convinced that
their brother la Innocent.
nzna m ikm amis
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the proper dlrletoa of the political
Jaat who la entitled to Ue dlapoaal
ot the patronage daa thla aectloa baa
not beam agreed upon, altheegh Geo.
Caaatate waa elected aa ehalrmaa
ot Ua democratic county central com-
, ( Local poMUetaas were amaaed a
day or jtwe ago by a atory concern
teg a Utter written. R la aaid, by B.
t. Oeo. Blahap, reeaatly elected Js
tlea . of the peaea of Odessa. Mr.
Mabop waa Ua last acting-chairman
of Ua democratic county ceatral com
mittee, serving daring the abaoate et
Oaarga ChasteJa from thla cKy. Ae
cerdlng to the atory, ha wrote to Ua
ehalrmaa ot Ue atate ceatral commit
tee, aad aaM that he could aot act.
" bat Uat matten et patreaage woald
be takea care of by 8am Evaae. la
ether words, be transferred hla po
litical Influence to Mr. Eraaa. who Is
a recent arrival la Ula aectloa. It
waa Impoeelble to get Mr. Bishop oa
tba telephone Ula afteraooa so that
Ihn atory could e confirmed. How
ever, It la certain that Mr. KTaas la
attempting to dictate aa to appoint
ments. Tho candldatea tor Mr. Bran'
Jvnburg'a Job aro aald to be W. T.
Shire, W. A. Dettoll and William
Wagner. Mr. Evans has stated that
ho would positively aot "stand" for
"It Deltell wants the place It'a all
right," Mr. Rrans Is quoted as saying.
As a result ot Mr. Evans' attitude,
local democrats are Inclined to the
opinion that the race for the ofike of
postmaster U between Mr. Shire and
Mr. Wagner, wlU the chances alight
ly In faror of tho former, because ot
Mr. Evans' stand.
In tho meantime, promtaent local
democrats are being deluged with let
ters from alt parts ot the state, asktag
for favors. Judge Nola&d, who la an
Intimate friend of Senator-elect Lan,
has recelred so many letters la Ue
last few days that he la thinking of
engaging a private secretary.
Decauto when Dr. Lane aad
meet he calls me 'George aad 1 call
htm Harry, It la suspected Uat I have
great Influence v. Ith htm," aald Judge
N'otand today. "The result la that
frlenda and acquaintance ta differ
ent parte ot the state are urging me
to make recommeadatleu la Uatr fa
vor. I do aot Intend toparttetpate In
polities at nlL"
Many letters have beea written
from Ula city asking tor Ue position
ot aapertateadeat ot Crater National
Park. Thta la Ue one political plum
for Uk KCtloa Uat will be ripe Im
mediately after Ue Inauguration of
Mr. Wilson. The position pays $1,500
a year, aad la a "summer Job." There
are said to be at least Ave caadldates
for this position.
IS STILL SINGLE
POSTAL CLERK'S RKPORTHO
MAIttUAflK KKWH HIM IIUHY
It has been proposed to build a ho
tel In London where only klags aad
queens aad members ot the royal fam
ilies will be permitted to atop.
Will be opea to serve tbe public oa alt
dance nights the rest of the season.
Give us a trial aad we will please you.
Our merchant lunches are winners,
from 11:10 to 3 o'clock. Music by
our popular three-piece orchestra ev
ery evening from to I.
A popular young postal employee
of this city has been getting tho "glad
hand" and felicitations galore yester
day aad today from his many frltndt
on account ot hla reported marriage
to a fair young lady of thla city, and
what he at first considered a Joke Is
becoming very much ot a bore to
him. Whea he sees a friend approach
him now with a smile aad aa out
stretched head be ruaa It 'there Is
any possibility ot escape, and If not,
he shouta "Nothing to Itt" before
they can cipresa the hearttolt words
Just who Is responsible for tho re
port haa not been learned, but the
story waa current on the street yea
terday and today, and 'The General"
waa complimented for hla shrewdness
In outwitting his friends.
I amain aval mjJlinj mj ammmjimmjej
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let am Klsssain; aew fTTS.
ae feet ea Sixth street, SI, tew, eady
Corner let la Nlejiele Addatlsa at
fawsde .let la Nichols AtMIUeo) at
Corner let la Screed Met Springs
Fine view let em she BUB at
Hoeeee aad lota la aH parte of the
Call aad get a If 13 caleadar.
Mate 84. Phone Ml
HOTRr, T JJ R I I J
F. L. Trnrasa A, W. Tarpon (Reinforced Concrete llulldlmc)
IT POWELL STREET. AT MARKHT. 8A.V FRANC'lhCO
fMni-WW, private bath. ttbMprr iUy apt without betb. IIJW.
Itoili iilmara la rab room
' . ,
1 1 " - " yv '
to be PURE
We employ a high cues eeeaiet te?
do our mixing. The pareH' Ingredi
ents, oeupled wlU Ue weal kaowa
WWte PeMcaa Miasm! Water.
White PeUcaa Mia ami Water, make
our output abaotuUly Ue bet ea the
OUR REPUTATION Ml STAKBD ON
THK gUAUTY OF OUR flOODS
Free Delivery to all parte of the etty
Mineral Springs Company
week ago, aad aa yet no trace haa
been found of him.
Huber, a local character known aa
Honest Frank," who haa beea em
ployed aa a porter by John V. Hous
ton for several years, went to Hous
ton a few nights ago In an Intoxicat
ed condition, aald that he waa quit
ting hla employ, and that he waa go-
lag to start at once for his home lu
Seeing the man'a condition, Mr.
Houston tried to dissuade htm, ad
vising him to sober up, but Huber re
mained Arm, saying that ho had no
money, but that be would walk over
the mountains to Ashland and travel
on from there. Mr. Houston offered
his employe a gold piece, but Huber
threw It at him, stating that all he
wanted waa tbe price of n meal.
Later ta tbe evening. At Crystal,
who conducts the saloon in Ue Hous
ton block, met Huber, aad talked with
him till early la the morning, when
be left Crystal to go to hla room.
Huber appeared to think better of hla
plan of walking out of the city. The
following morning he waa not to be
found, and he haa not beea located
Huber left a letter for Mr. Houston
In which he thanked him for favors
shown htm, aad repeated hla state
ment that he waa leaving.
The missing man waa about to
years old, aad he was suffering from
the effects of prolonged Intoxication.
As the weather waa particularly se
vere at tbe time he disappeared, It
Is feared that the old maa perished
nWstt HI 1 fi INIItf
BWMvenw awi n ew roswVtsn
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Vqual (o the emergency, Not only did
shn plttase In hor musical numbers,
but displayed bUtrlonlcal ability of
merit in her difficult love scenes with
Ko-Ko, Mrs, Kim llaldwln, the third
of tho three tittle maids, gave her two
ntt.se sisters good support, but she
did not hato nn equal opportunity, be-
cauia ot tho limitations of her part.
(leorge Walton, In spite ot tho fact
that ho does not wear any medals a
a singer, kspt tho center ot the stage
by his ability as an actor. He lost
nono ot tho points ot his part ot Lord
High Kverythlng Klie, which he
gravely acknowledged on every occa
sion, aad brought down the house
when ho bowed his acknowledgement
at being Lord Chnncetlor, Lord Chief
Justice, Attorney Uenoral, etc., but
haughtily resented the suggestion
thst he might ho the editor ot (ha
Another well sustained character
was Plsh-Tuth, by II. D. Klnnear.
From the opening of the opera he not
only sang welt, uut Indicated that he
had considerable state oipsrlenro,
dancing about tho stage like an old
timer la the business.
Ills Majesty. The Mikado, was play
0.1 by W. 11. 8haw, and the part was
In cood hands. Ilia aolo number. "My
Object All Siib'.lme" waa one of the
hits ot the piece, and In dialogue ho
waa especially pteaalag. Hla attend
ant, Knee-Van, was a thinking pari,
but aa played by A. F. Balllrky there
waa n lot of comedy In It
An ndded feature ot tbe play wna
Die Sailor's Hornpipe from 'Tina
fore,"gracefully danced by Misses
Llltabeth Houston. Alice Jones Cath
erine aad Margaret Williams and
Lculse Benson, attired la nitty sailor
Mib. Shades ot the past were re
called by the exhibition of tho motion
pictures taken at tho Kile llodeo
last May, and many persons shown
In the film were recognised aa Ibey
rode by In the parade or endeavored
to stay on the hurricane deck of
"Cyclone" and other bucking horses.
The opera waa produced under tbe
direction of eOorge Wilson.
"The Mikado" will be represented
sgaln thla evening. The sset sate baa
been brisk all day, and another rec
ord breaking house Is assured.
Lou Pfannlstslhl, n former resident
of Klamath county, but now In the
mercantile business at Madison, Cal
ifornia, la In the city attending the
hearing for the adjudication of water
rights oa Lost River. Mr. Pfaaato-
tlehl owaa several hundred acrea of
land In Poe Valley which are affected.
Four hundred acres ot his land Is
slgnsd up to the government under
the Poe Valley lateral, aad he stated
today that ha waa considering return-
lag te Klamath ceaaty nest year, so
aa to handle the property When tbe
water waa ready for delivery.
MAKE A SPEECH
as a Japaaese court yard, with color
ed lanterns in profusion, aad with
tbe players attired la vart-colored
klmoaoa aad obis aad waving faaa,
tbe scene waa entirely characteristic
tbe Orient. The musical numbers
by Ue principals aad Ue urge chorea
were well rendered, and several en
cores were demanded by tbe pleaaed
The big feature of the productloa
was the work of Ed Andrews aa Ko
Ko, the Lord High Executioner. Ha
is entirely at home In the role, which
be baa played many times, aad was
la action all tba time be was oa the
stage. His interpretation of hie
songs brought down tbe house.
Especially good waa Ue singing
and acting of Aadrewa aad Mrs. Dea
J. Zumwalt la tbe second part. Mrs.
Zumwall's splendid msxxo-eopraao
added much to the musical success
of the show, aad It was especially
good whea she rsadered "Alone aad
Vet Alive." This waa foUowed by
"Oh Willow, Tit-Willow, Tit-Willow"
toy tbe heart-broken Ko-Ko, aad after
a brain storm of "mellerdrammer. me
tor tbe deep, still river" sort of love
making that waa irresistibly funny,
tbe two sang "TIs Evident Our Tastes
Miss Louise Benson aa one of tbe
tureo little maids bad but a single op
portunity la a aolo, and she acquitted
herself with remarkable elevenses.
Her clear, aweet voice waa especially
pleasing in her song, near Ue Inale
of tbe first act, and tbe appeared to
be not the least bit affected by "stage
fright." On tbe contrary, she suited
her action to the words of Ue song,
aad tripped about Ua stage with a
grace which might have beea expected
from an experienced operatic star.
Mrs. William Wagner as "Yam-Tarn"
had altera dlflcult role, bat eae was
THK CONDKMMKD MURDERER HE-
CURES PKRMINMIOX TO MAKE A
TEN-MINUTE PLEA WHEN ME
HTEPH ON THE SCAFFOLD
SALEM, Dec. 10. Frank darrlson,
one of tbe five murderers condemned
to die oa tho scaffold Friday, will
make a tea-minute speech for his
life on tbe gallows. The time was
granted by the warden. Garrison
hopes that his plea will result in the
delay of bis execution.
R. Vance Hutcblns left for Sacra
mento today In charge of three car
loads of cattle shipped from here by
Louis Qerber. From Sacramento
Hutcblns will probably go oa to San
Francisco to purebsse tbe machinery
for the Job prlntsry he Is soon to es
One of tbe good corners In
Hot Springs Addition,
mse.ee, gise cash,
HAIiANCK TO SUIT
ThU Is less than this tut was
told for two ysara ago.
J. P. Maguire
431 Main street
mmmmar . . uwasmaernKwi mma
TIIKIIE IH NO MOKE APPRECIATED UIFT
FOP CHRINTMAH THAN
IF YOU ONLY (1IVK A MMAI.li PIECE OF JEVV-l ti
EIJtY, HOW MIX'H 'rll.TTKH VOU FEEL IF YOU. a
CAN HAY "ITH FROM HPINKM."
OUR CMHHM CARRY A liUAHANTKK.
Spink's Jewelry Store
SIT MAIN MTRKKT
MANY BANKS IN
PHENIIIENT tlF COH.N HXUIAMIK
HANK IN NEW YOHK (JIVKrt IX
FOHMATHIX TO 11111 MONEY
TIlt'HT PltOlli: COMMITTEE
WASHINGTON, D. C, J 10
Walter Frew, president of the Com
Exchange bank of New York, was the
first witness In the money Iru.t probe.
He described the orgsntiatlon of the
bath, and the abaorbtlon of other
banks. He said that the Corn Ex
change bank bad twenty-nine branch
es in Nsw York.
Meeting PualpueeJ ,
The regular meeting f the Ktsm
ath Literary Club baa beea postponed
until tomorrow evening oa account,
of tho performance of 'The Mikado"
tonight. Tbe meeting will be at thei
home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles OravvsJ
J, II. Mitchell, the ML Dome cattle-1
man. Is spending a few days la Klam
N. A. Qulnn of Portland la hero at
tending to business matters.
II. ii. iioweu oi Meaioru is a iviam-i
ath Falls visitor. I
Is called to the
I WIMII TO ANNOUNCE TO THK PUIII.IUTII.tT
I HAVE TAKEN EXCLl'MVI! CHAROE OF TRK
NOW IIEINU CONDUCTED AT THE HTOItE OF H. J. wtXTenV
KNOWN AN THK KLAMATH JEWELRY COMPANY, ANB UXM
Fl AT SUM MAIN HTRKKT.
Silt. WINTERS) M NOT CONNECTED IV ANY CArACHT
WITH TMW KALE. THE CHEIIITOHM IIAE INHTHttTaw
TO TAKK OVHft THK MOCK AND FIXTUHKN ANB OOMftKT
A DONA FIDE HALF.. THK CMMHM THAT I HtVE AKViaW
ARE HEAL VALUER, AND NO ONE HUOltl.lt HiailTAtl M
TAKE ADVANTAOK OF THEM.
J. S. Kent
L. W. Otto
Manager of 5
Formerly SS, new feLnv
(1. else, fM.)
Ouaranteed from F1VK to TEN
Famous Electric Toaster;
Just turn on the current; place
the bread oa either side. Maket
delectable tout; Just tbe right
Roberts k Halts
NOW 18 THK TIMK TO FUHCHAHK YOUR WIYHaYl
HUPPLY OF COOKING AND KATINO APPI.KH. WK MAW
JUHT RECEIVED A RIO HHIPMENT OF IIKAUTIKft.
WARD & OBENCHAII
Hotel! Hotel! Hoi
CORNER SEVENTH AND MAIN 8THKKTH.
LHARH OF 18 VIIHNtSMUIl ROOMS. NOW TART OK Ak
HOTEL, MAY DK SECURED IF TAKEN AT ON0K. HA" "J.
OFFICIO, WITH FURNITURB AND OFFICB SAFE. INH""
J. a BR0CK1NBK0UGH
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