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KLAMATH FALLS, OKKOON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, I8
TWO WOMEN FIND
HUSBAND IS ONE
AND SAME MAN
IIOMKHTKADEII NORTH OF Mill,
(KJIIlN MAUI TO UK INVOLVED
Women l.rvo TtiU City In Haute Au
lormdillo ami Itu Not Dlaruvrr Tint
Ttirjf Have Marrlnl Hauwi lYraou
Until Nfcrtan III Mufiir Otm i,f
llio Womn Klaalty IUllnuUlin
A strange tale of marital inlr-up
rAiun lo light here tail ulilit when on
automobile which IiniI tteou tnrtod
nut In llio morning (o couvty two
umlt lo lbs icene wluru their hu.
bind were living, returned wlt'li una
n( the women, nuit llio Information
lliat one and llio mno nun vim iho
l.uiband of both women,
Detail ul Ilia tory wero eatreuiol)
ilimcull lu kocuro today. Tlia clmuf.
frur liail been aworn lu arcrocy, and
tl.o Mouiau who returned dUappolnt-
rj in llio city had itarantlr mado up
Ti Vf Arrow Ocrea
COI.OONK, Doc. II. Itlchard
Itcckman of tlila city In building a
lrco hydroplane with which ho or
llltrta III rffMl llm Allntilln In fnrfvi
.or nimn uui iu cauio mo man in mo -ghl hour. Ho rii-rU In make tho
r.viniiNci: aoai.nht men who
Alii: IN JAM. Hilt WIIITIM1
tiiiii:atemmj urm:iw IH MIT
ADMIHHAIII.I-: I.N COURT
United Pre rlcrvlc
NKWAIIK, N. J Dec 11,Attor.
ny declare that tho principal ovl'
ilenco again! John nnd Jacob Dunn,
mountaineer, accuaod of lending
threatening let turn to (loveruor Wll
on, la not not admlMable.
Tlila evldenco comliU of letter
written by the men tlnco their ar
rut and containing Iho tamo char-
rlerlitlca a the threatening tetter.
Iho federal law bara audi evidence.
It U reported that one of tho broth
er made an Incriminating italement,
but tlila can vol bo confirmed.
It ha developed that WlUon dart
ed for Hermuda earlier than had been
eiprctvd berauie of Ihtio letter. Ill
family urged him to go.
ian any trouble,
It appears that mi Monday evening
llio two women, arrived In Iho city,
uo from Iho Kait and tho other from
California. They did nut travel to
gether, It la aald, and only met by ac-
tldvul la a local garage, when they
Inquired lor an automobile lo Lake
Iheiii lo a place mirth of Chlloqulu.
A both of tho wumtn wero going to
iho tamo place. It waa arranged that
I hey rld In Iho mo machine.
II waa only when they neared their
ilrntlnallnn that tho purpose or their
villi waa divulged.
"I am hero to Join my huiband,"
aid one of Iho women,
"Thal'a what I am hero lor," aald
Then a comparison of name
brought the truth to light. It a
poar that the two women lott no
time lu mealing Iho muchly married
man, and a conference wa held.
There wore lean and prayer, and
Dually lb matter wa arranged. One
of the women agreed to rellnquUh her
claim and return In thl city, Tho
other remained with the man.
It wa reported thl afternoon that
the man In the rate I a homettcader
nd very well known In thl city.
However, thl could not be confirmed.
attempt early neit rlng, (tartlng
from Iho Atorr and landing at Hall-
ARE HARD HIT
hTATMTICIAN PRESENTS KHJ-
UHEM TO MHOW THAT WALL
HTKEKT OPERATIONS MAY HI!
CLAIMED AH AMIII.INC1
United Prei Service
WA8IIINOTON, D, 0., Dec II.
lAWrenre Hchudder, lallttlcal expert,
produced figure In tho money truit
lrobo today howlug how hare of
Iho leading railroad. Induitrlal and
oil cororatlon were void many time
A acorn of banker preient laughed
Tho tilitlmony waa Intended lo
how that Wall atreet trantactlon
wore moatly gambling.
Holiday Vacation is to
Commence Next Friday
In Order to Permit Teachers to Pre
pare for the County Examina
tions. Schools Close Early
Mr. and Mr. "Buck" Anderson are
In tho county aoat from their Bly
home, purchasing supplies and trans
It was aanouncod thl afternoon
that tho city schools would bo cloed
belt Krlday for lha ChrUtmas hull
y. This Is a few day earlier limn
II wa planned.
City Superintendent of School
Dunbar itated that tho purpose of
cloilng early wa to permit a number
of tho teacher to prepare for tho ex
amination which will be he'd Dee.
18, 19, 20 and 21 at the Central
Tho vchool will rouveno January '.
County Seat Fight is
Cause of Bloodshed
Two Oklahoma Towns are Fighting
for the Possession of Records
Comity. Militia Asked for
KORT 8MITH, Ark., Dec. U,--"My
UoU, send tha ullltla to prevent
The foregoing meatafs was rs
'!jl Oklahoma, today fsHawhuj rsnort
from Now Jay that a mob had salted
the court houie.
Tlicro I a light on botwoen tho two
town for the county seat.
Tslsgrapa and tslaphbn wires
were broke, cutting short tho mes
aago. Ssrloua troubU Is taarad,
i. T. (illN.VOCK OONCLt'OKS
UKAIUMl .V TIIIM CITV AMI
HTAItl-M Vitll IIONAN2A IN K
J. T. Chlnnock, superlnlendent of
Htnte Water Ulvlalon No. 2, who has
been holding hearing In this city to
further tho work or adjudicating tha
water right on l.ot lllver, left this
morning for llonania. He will hold
hearing there In order to giro the
people taking water from the upper
part of tho stream an oportunlty to
preaent their claim.
Prom Uonaata Mr. Chlnnoek will
go to Mkevlew and falitey, After
flnlihtng hla work In Lake county, ho
will return lo Portland via Bend.
After Mr. Chlnnock returns to Sa
lem the atate water board will make
an examination of tho various claims
In water right, and whero those are
found correct certificates will be Is
ued. In cso there are any con
flict, lbeo will be tried out, and In
till manner all the titles will be dofl
Tomorrow Will lie m day of Vm
Thursday will be December
IS, 1(11, the twelfth day of tho
twelfth month of n year ending
with twelve. You can write It
"IZ-lS-lt." You will bare to
live a century to do that again,
and (he neit combination will be
applicable to January 1. S001.
. ...A. . .
SELF INTO JAIL
CHAKCIK Or PKMURY M MADK
AflAlNBT PNOM1NKNT LABOR
I.RAUKR OP DICTHOtTwoUU. Ml
United rreee Rervlee
INDIANAPOLIS, Dee. 11 William
II. Qulgley, a union carpenter from
Detroit, and defendant InUo ease In
which labor leaders ar charged with
Illegally transporting dynamite, ksa
been arretted on n charge of perjury
lie wa remanded Into the cuatody of
tho United State marahaL Qulgley
bond wa ned at 11,000. Members
of the carpenter' union are trying
In ratio tho money.
Qulgley refuied to admit writing a
letter In June, 1910, to Hiram Cllae,
a defendant, regarding the defend
ant Wachmelster, despite the proof of
KAHT TKAM IS BMNO OROANIUU)
TO 1'IiAY HKKK DURING TalH
YVINTKK ALL ARK OLD HAND
AT THK INDOOR GAME
ProtpecU for a rattling good be.
ketball team to represent the towu
took a big Jump when a number o(
devotees of the game turned out for
Initial practice at the pavilion last
night. The men who answered the
first call are all seasoned players, and
thoao who watched last night's work
out declare that a quintet can be or
ganlied here that will be almost Invincible.
Among the players out last night
wero Lloyd ue ip, ii. it. union,
Lawrence Mebaffey, B. D. Elliott,
Ve" deorgo Oapron, Fred Kuehl,
Uabe" Waters, Lloyd Hammond,
Oarrett Van Riper, O. A. Krause and
Max A. McCall. All have pUyed the
game before In fast company, and
oven lait night's practlcq was strong
ly flavored with ginger.
Another practice will be held to
morrow night. At this meeting steps
will be taken toward the election of
a manager and captain, and the .
ganliatlon of a team,
It Is the Intention of the players to
bring lom fast outside qulateta here
for game. A trip to Sacramento Is
also being considered.
PAILURK Of INDIAN WITNRMKH
TO AI'PKAM HK8ULTM IN A UKC
OND CONTIIl'ANCM RKINO TAK
KN HY THMCORONKR
A aecond continuance has been tak
en In the coroner's Inquest probing
into tne oemiee or jonn weeks, a
young Indian, (who died Sunday at
tho hospital from pneumonia, inu
posed to have reculled from a severe
beating he la believed to have receiv
ed at the hand of fellow tribesmen.
Tho Inquest was today continued till
10 o'clock Satar lay morning.
This step w takes this morning
by Coroner Marl Whltlock. following
the failure el several of Ue Indian
witnesses to apMar. Relatives of the
ceased wIM aeaeU Ja the summoning
of witnesses, s4 all will be asked to
be here Islnreag.
There are n iaw developments la
the case, sHaeagh oRcers are work
lug on every possible stew. It ap
pears certain 'that Weeks waa Intox
icated rrlday.nJgwt.jiM that ha en-
gag In a nght wMa ether Indians,
snd waa badly beaten. Drs. Chilton
snd Morrow, who attended htm, and
who performed the peat mortem ex
amlaaUon are positive that Ue attack
of pneumonia that caused his death
was due to the Injuries he received
and to exposure.
ALLEN BOY IS
JURY RKTTJRNH VERDICT AFTBR
SHORT DELIBERATION LAST
Mairr oneill will ask iron
A NEW TRIAL
"autlty as charged" waa Ue ver
diet returned by Ue Jury U the Allen
case last night, convicting Ue defend
ant, Robert L. Allen of forgery. The
charge grows out of Ue allegation
chat ke so altered a ekeek for f S made
out by David Shook, a Dairy rancher,
to the telephone company, as to make
It payable to ate order (or 1200, and
cashed It in Uls city.
Notice of his Intention to ask for a
now trial was given by C. M. Oneill,
Allen's attorney, after Ue Jury re
turned IU verdict last night Mr.
Oneill waa granted ten days la which
to file his motion for n now trial.
John nurke, governor of North Da
kota, and a candidate for the vice
presidential nomination at the Bal
timore convention, la said to be the
leading candidate for the oBIcc of sec-
letary of the Interior.
"A NIGHT OFF"
TO BE SUCCESS
KLKVKN PROhMNKNT PROPLM
WILL PARTICIPATE IN AMA
TEUR PERTORMANCN GIVEN
RY THE C1VK3 LEAOUB
Regular rehearsals are being held
few nights each week by Ue east
which Is to preaent "A Night Of."
Augustine Daly'a Wg comedy success
at Ue opera house December SOU,
under Ue auspices of Ue Women's
Clvlo League. According to Uose who
have wluessed rehearsals, ths eleven
prominent people taking part are hap
pily oast, and it to predicted that this
will ho tho most miinmful amateur
theatrical production' ever given here.
The comedy Is being gives fey Ue
Women's Civic League to raise mon
ey (or Ue Improvement of tho new
city park. The organisation has prom
lied to work In connection wlU the
park commission, and now that a
Ue has been selected, tho league la
preparing for the planting of t
and other Improvements,
The Klamath county grand Jury de
liberated all day, but no witnesses
were called. It la believed that tho
Jury Is considering cases In which tot
tlmony has already bee heard, and
Is waiting for wlUesoss to arrive to
testify in othor cases.
Rates Ftao Prak
V. Elvy, a well kmown Klamath
farmer, waa In the county seat today
from his ranch on Ue Merrill road.
Mr. Elvy Is devoting a great deal of
his time to raising fruits, and he re
ports most gratifying sueeees,
To Mr, Rlry goes Ue honor of hav
ing Ue largest cherry tree la the
county on hla place. The tree to of
Ue Black Tartarian variety,, and tho
smallest part of tha tody la 14 laches
TO COME HERE
MARGARET BTAHL WILL M AT
TRACTION AT THE XEXT EN
TERTAINMENT GIVEN BY Tl
KLAMATH LYCEUM BUREAU
ARE IN LONDON
CONFERENCE WILL BR aTTARTHB
WITH A VIEW OP DHCTDf NG ON
TERMS OP PEACE IN THK BAL
United Press Service
LONDON, Dec. ll-rbe plenipo
tentiaries of the Balkan allies and
Turkey arrived here today to open ne
gotiation for peace. It to believed
that Turkey will renounce all Ue ter
ritory that Uo allies ensured, hut
will retain Adrlaaople, Scutari and
Prlday and Saturday will
general discussion. Monday tho real
conference will eommeaea.
Reports from IVenna say that Ue
Servians nre fortifying Duresse, sod
a reopening of the Austrian contro
versy to feared.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Prank Adams and
Robert Adams of Merrill are spending
the day la Ue county aoat.
Margaret Stahl, reader of
will appear tat Ule etty Tuesday even-
lag, glvlag an evenlng'a entertain
meat for patrons of Ue Klamath Ly
Among Ue programs Mum Stahl
presents are "The Dawn of n Tomor
row," "Madame Butterfly," "The
Mother," "Stroagheart." "Enoch Ar-
den," "The Servant la Ue House."
and "The Man Prom Home." She
has not announced what her program
wilt bo on the evening of her appear
Ml SUM'S IntsrpreUUons of the
powerful pUys have brought forth
favorable comment from the press nil
over the nation, and she to one of the
strongest attractions on tho lyceum
SELECTION OP A JURY IB START.
ED PANEL IS EXHAUSTED
ANB A SPECIAL VENIRE Kt OR
DERED BY THK COURT
Tho selection of a Jury to try Ue
case against Robert Watlen, charged
with Incest, commenced la the circuit
court this morning. The regular
panel of twenty veniremen was ex
hausted before noon, and Judge Bon-
on Instructed the clerk and sheriff to
draw a special venire and summon
them to nppear In court tomorrow
Of the twenty men examined only
even were accepted, and as! of these,
with the exception of P. L.'Apptcgato,
realdo out of the city, All other local
men were excused either by the de
fense, sUto or court
Several of tho men examined atatod
that they had formed opinions of Uo
guilt or Innocence of 'the accused.
Among these were Charles Thomas,
Archie Heallne. . W. Wllkerson and
Sam T. Bummers.
The seven Ulesmen accepted at this
morning's session are John Hagel
tola, P. L. Applegate, Thomas A.
Barrows Jr., HUto Young, Albert
Johns, P, Downey and H, R. O. Williams.
Walts Is represented fey Attorney
Wilson S, Wiley. The preaosuUo to
being conducted by District Attorney
D. V. KuykendaU. ,
PRESIDENT TO 60
TO PANAMA CANAL
WILL LEAVE WASgONTOff BMC.
IPTH ANB WILL BArTVRN BHot
BIST WIIX TRAVML ON THB
United Press Service
WASHINGTON. D. C. Dec. 11.
President Taft saaouaeed today that
S WM SMI USojHPgeaToMrf efX greptT arStBsaWmMe
He wlU return December list Ho
wlU leave Washington at midnight
December 1IU. and wilt beard Ue
battleship Arkansas at Key West, ar
riving In Panama Christmas day.
SIDKA ALLEN tS
SENTENCED TO 5
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Preen Mm geonw egfs Obaas, teat
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WYTHKYILLE Ya., Baa.
years laiirtiinmint. H
ARen was Uo lender of tnw
ARen oka, taffotvemfta tfao
In the MamtvlUe eowrt fesajda.
Pes Moines. Iowa.
PeUowtng the murders.
aided fey synvaUtoera, 1st;
Uses. A oar-
dam was drawm efeewt.tfM wfsteo
meaataln awetloav'feud Hw lww'lt
Uvea attpsjodj Ihrewgfs aaenemow. R v
P eaPP" VsmHeH BamaV gamWeaHoBap gmeWoJaj-i eJJsmmfoV i i
tfcey yrereeasHnrod im Isam. Map atom ,v
Uagty glveei feg a mmmtaimm Btttt
lasatMadtAWaaattamtato'W , '
dor Uo wsaUsr." nBiiafameoma wam '' 'S
foadVajRllie) Bssmiai saasy aawsaav-
ftoM ssea. who watt repost kt assapt -
In the g ., . r : '
E. P. Brlgsjs sf asahmid ton BJsga. ,
ath PaRt vtonmr. , ",t
Gaynor's Former law
Partner to go to Pea
Justice Goff Gtfet CktrltuHjdtm
Indeterminate Sentence of Froai
Two to Three and Half Teen
NEW YORK, Dec. 11
doff today sentenced Charles Hyde,
convicted of extorting n bribe from
the Northern Bank for tho beeeft of
the bankrupt Carnegie Trust
pany, to from two to
years la Stag 8tac. '-
cate o.uestlontag Uo
New Phones Ready
Be Installed in Catty
Equipment it the Latest ' Manufact
ured and ImproTement in Phone
Service to be Revolutionary
there will be oelr four subscribers on
a party line, two ok eaWetde, so Uet tetoadkemb.
the stthocrlfeers will fee
either one or two rings. ,
Work of Insulting, tho
tlole switchboard and Ue
of iho plant by S, Paler i
alsUnto to almost nomptotid.
Distribution of Ue new contra! en
ergy telephones around tho city com
menced this morning, and by the Ut
ter part of the week electricians will
commence Installing the InetrumeuU
in the residence nnd business houses
of the subscribers.
The new telephone to n smaller In
strument than the one sow la use.
and tne batteries, magneto and eraak
used on the preaent telephones are
dispensed with. Instead of each Mo
phone having IU equipment lor rag
ing, all this energy) to at Ue central
sutlon, and to call central the sub
scriber merely takes "down Ue re-eiTWra
When the new system la Installed Iscrihera wi ' few as4
ve operators, and weRaesea) ajja
tereata of tho Mty najRI ttu
subsertoon Ja ta eassi f
When Ue new fftssA mm.
uo noard wu fet randy to m
party, Bao i
T1 ecmtte IsA tm mj
faetsredhyUo Womor sbMBRI
pany, eeuMt ibwo u i
bordS;ueod in otls
It has all tha to (ssnjrt ihv I
Itsttng uta nMFBjsv'Mg gea.i