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KLAMATH PALL., OHHOON, THUIIHDAY, DKCKMHKR IS, JtlS
Faulder, Insane, To Escape The Gallows
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Death Sentence of John W. Taylor is Commuted to life Imprisonment
TO SPEND LIFE
IN PRISON CEIL
jt'ltV MWKM KOTIMK I.N KIMIIMI
TnrflnMMjr by the IMrmlaat I Mual
HIiwklMK Kvrr llranl lu Uical
(rt On MU Own AduiUaloii lie
)ullljr or Trrrililf trliue la Uiuut
Iihoiu tdalM if tli Mrmlx-ra ut
a Tli r re mlliule after Ilia July
In lti cum agsltut Arthur Wal- a
Iru had elected a foreman, a ver- a
diet nf guilty waa agreed upon.
The Jury retired lu deliberate.
a at z 30, At JilB the verdict
t wa reported In open court. It
took tint little time lu prepare
0 Its Verdict, rniil tor John llagrl-
0 ittln, the foreman, tu algu It.
The penalty I from twenty
Irani lu Ufa Imprisonment.
OF CLUB MEETING
Htrr toi'icm aih: dikcuhhkd iiv
TIIK L'l.VII MKMIIKHM MIHM
MHtMVAI.L TAI.KH O.N I'lUMI
HKHM IN IWCIIOLOGY
I'robably never before In court
room In Klamath county baa an audi
car been na horror atrlcken aa thla
aliernoon, when Arthur Wallen,
ctaried with Inreat, told tho story ol
kit encounter with hla little dsughtor.
Fating tho Jury and apeaklng r
hlly and cltarly, Wallen, In an at
Unpl to refute tho testimony of lha
sttnruea who had preceded him,
toad admissions that allocked ovcu
pioneer court officials who havo bo
nine hardened tu atorlra of moral
"I rccelted an Injury some time
lo," laid Wallell. "My head waa
hurl and my arm wax broken In ov
rel lacea. Htnce that tlmo I Iiato
Itttr boon the mm, phyalrally, men
Itlly or morally."
Then ha atold tha atory of tho day
'n which Iliu aaaault waa alleged to
late occurred, cumiilclliig hla trail
tauny with tlm coufcaalim that
brought a hnrrlflnl rxproilon lu the
lounur.ancM of practically nvrry mint
tad woman In tho court room.
The urgumwita by tin oinionltm
if-un.il did not take up Dflcvn inln
! time, each attorney l.rlnisliiK out
(ly a fw polnta.
"TIik rhargo agntnat Wallen la an
My one tu make, but a moat dim-
t'lniiniiixi on rnwi i
I'HOMINKNT IXMJAI. ATMI-KTK UK;
(HUM TU Hl'KNII TIIK WINTKII
IN HIH FUltMKII HOMK IN IIA
Dcauo llopklui, who haa boon con
"tcd with tha Ills Uaalu Lumber
toiaauy ror tha paat year, has re
Uned hla iioaltlon with tho corporo
Hun. lu loavaa Sunday for hla homo
Hiclue, Wli., to luanil tha winter,
ml he may return to Klamath county
" the lurlnK.
Mr. llonklna hai been prominent In
i athletic a&4 loolal circle, and
"HI be greatly muwod by tho
?oung people of the town. waa
H tlUur elovan that defeated tha high
wool team la tha ThankHUI
A miwt aucccaaful and Imlructlvo
meeting of tho Klamath Literary Club
waa held at tho lionm of Mr. ami Mia.
Cliarlra (Iravoa lait night. Tli.tr;
n a guKj uttcti 'one i and the dlfor-
mi papera were Uatcn;1 tc with great
Tho aubject waa "Iterolutlonary
Tetidenrlea lu Hcletico." Tho meotlng
waa IkI by 0. I'. Hloaart In tho ab-
acute of Dr. Wraterfelt. Hot toplra
were dltcuriM'd, paychutogy, by Mln
Addle Cornwall; raeiulatry, by I'ro
fruor Kaugbt, attronotuy, by II. C.
(Irovabcck, and acroplnnea, by K. M.
Tho licit meeting of tho club will
be hi Id Turtday at the aamo place.
HoraluM- Triut lilt
llimtUIT, Mich., Dec. IS. Seek
ing to enjoin the Muter lluraeahoera
Protective Aatoclatlou, dubbed the
horaraboo truit," from continuing
tho combination In rcolralnt of trade,
Attorney General Wlckerahaai todjy
filed a pelttlou In tho federal court.
STOCK BROKERS (DECLARATION OF
Will IIKMIKM THAT THKY AKK
IIKI.VJ UM)tl.V IIKM NAVH
THAT TIIKIIK WILL UK VH-TY
MOIIK WIT.NKH8KH KXAMI.VKU
United I'reaa Hervlce
WAHIIINIITON, l. C, Dec. IS.
Ily a rotoof 147 tu ISS, the liouto to
day rejected a reanlutlou declaring
the election of Itcpretvlitatltu Charlea
llowmaii, republican of I'enuaylvanla,
and a atand-patter.
Tho houto voted to declaro How-
man'a aeat vacant.
Mlaa Kra Coolldge haa btii elected
lo (tin prealdeucy of a itllvertoti
The "weta" won
thn eli-illon In
ON WAR PATH
HMIITIMl IK IIKHUMKI) WITH TIIK
THIIKS AMI 1IHKKKH WOIIK
A VirrOHV IN" TIIK JAMA HIK-TIIKT
United I'reaa Hervlce
ATIIKN8. Dec 13. Fighting baa
bveu reaumed bolweun tho Orook and
Turk lu tho dlatrlct of Jaula.
A battalion of (Irvoka occupied tho
village of Drlico, near Jaulta. Ono
hundred Turk woro killed and
wounded, and tho aurvlvora woro
To Avert War
United I'reaa tiervlr
LONDON, Doc. 13. Diplomats pre
dict n formal ombaaaauoriai iohiuc
imeo of tho power lu l'tul In Jau-
uary as roeult of the oc,cnrronco
hero. Tho majority of military oh-
acrvors ueciaro mot war
WAHIIINOTON, D. a, Dee. II.
Chairman I'uju of the money trual
probe committee, dentod today new.
paper reports that brokers of Now
York atock oirhango are being unduly
held to testify In the probe.
"Fifty more wltneaaee will bo es-
emlred." declsred Mr. I'ujo. "Thees
will not be excused before they testify."
It Is expected that the bearing will
bo adjourned at 7 o'clock this even
ing until Monday, when the commit
tee wilt probably adjourn over the
President Do Angero of tha New
York Consolidated Kxcbange bank
was the rlrst witness. He described
tho foud between his baak and the
stock exchange. Ue charged that tha
atevl trust, the Pennsylvania aad the
lhlgh railroads had discriminated
agaluat hla bank. He asserted that
his personal associates, members of
the exchange, had been denied tho
floor of tho exchange.
WAR BY SERVIA
MI.NIHTKR TO AUBTKIA MA- UKfcV
Kinvlga MJnlsUr Decllawa' to Give
Kcaaen for Thia Actio, nsxl It b
Taken to Mean the HevemiM-o of
IMplomallc IMaliona It I KtoecU
ed That War WHI Hoon Ha In Prog,
ma Hctweem Two Conntrlae.
United rreaa Service
VIKNNA, Doc. 12. Under Impera
tlvo order from Uelgrade, the Ser
vian mlnUter to Austria Slmlcs, baa
been recalled. Neither Slmlcs nor
the Servian foreign minister will ex
plain tha reason.
It Is believed that thla action de
notes tho elimination of diplomatic re
lations. A declaration of war I oa
James Malone, a well known young
business man. Is confined to hla room
by lUaeaa. " i
HE'S THE SAME
OLD SUNNY JIM
THAVKLIXG IX DOVBLB MARMBM
HAH NOT K.VTIItKLY HCBIMJM)
THK ROTUND IXH3AL fUCPHIC
HKMTATIVK OP PA VINO PUUf
"There nre exceptlona to every rale
maybe," ay tho wiseacres, and
there seems to be some truth to their
statcmenL At least, It prove to bo
ao In this case, for our genial "Sunny
Jim" Force hasn't changed a bit amce
ha Joined tha ranks of tha benedicts.
If you doubt this, come and sea for
yourself. He takes "A Night OK"
with the rest of the good fallows at
Houston's opera house Friday even
ing, December 10th. Up to data vsu-
davllla between curtains.
Pleasant Wanrins; Party
An enjoyable dancing party was
given at the Whlto Pelican hotel
Wednesday night by Ue hotel maa-
sgemeat, which waa attended by a
number of local residents. Althongh
tho. attendance was not aa largo aa
at other dances held at tha hotel, the
floor was comfortably tiled, and the
daaeers were a most congenial party.
Mttsle was famished by tho WhKo
tlursty Youth is
Murderer of Father
CKRTIrTCATHH WILL M
TO THOHK WHO ARK SCOCmW
PVL IN TKHTKeJ TO BB aWUs
MKRIC IN MtOKT TUCK
ExamlnaUens for ena yoar, It
year, Ave year primary ana Ufa suu
teachers' cortlneatee wlU bo boM at
tha Contra! sefcool, eammonHng Wed
nesdsy, December llth, and eontlna-
Ing tha rest of the week. Tha osaml
nations, which aro prepared by L. It.
Alderman, state wrlntandent of
public Instruction, will bo sdrmi la
this county under tha dJrootioa of
County School Sapertntenaoat Swan.
Tho program of subjects to be tak
en up each day by appUeanta for ear
Wadnasdny Foreneon: Writhag.
United States History, Physiology.
Afternoen: Paystoal Ooogiapay.
Reading, Composition, Methoda Mi
Reading. Methoda la AriUmetle.
Thursday Perenean: Arithmetic.
History of Bdusatlea. Pyibslsay.
Methods In Ooegraphy. Aftamaen:
Grammar, Ooegraphy, Amorlaan Ut-
ratnre. Physks, Methoda hi Lam-
guaaja. Theels for Primary CortHoaia.
Pnetleo. Orthography. muMib Usor
ature. Afternoen: School Law, Bat-
any, Algebra, Civil Government.
Saturday Forenoou: Oossnotry,
Otology. Afternoen: Oanaral Histo
There are a number of teachers to
different parts of the county holdlna;
one year aad Ave year cortifleatos who
aro preparing to take tha examina
tion for life cerUBcates.
Because Hif Father Commanded that he Carry in Some
Wood. Fourteen Year Old Boy Shoota Father
Through the Heart Killing Him Lutantly
United Press Service
1.08 AN0KLK8. Dec. 1 J. Martin
Itlckert, nged H years, ahot and kill
ed his father, Daniel II. Itlckert, at
their homo hero this mornlus. A rec
ord was not made of the post mortem
atntcment of tho father.
Neighbors declare that tho hoy said
ho shot his father for whipping his
uldcr brother, Valentino. Iloth of tho
Iteport Is Doulixl
United Press Service
KOMH, Dec. IS. Au Athen dis
patch says that tho report that tho
(1 reeks had defeated the Turks at
Janlua Is untruo. It Is statod that
the Turks nnnlbllatod tho wuolo
Oreok division, compelling the nban
donmont of tho selgo and tho retreat
of the Greeks.
DIE ON GALLOWS
SINGULATION IH RIFK HKRK TO
DAY A8 TO WHAT ACTION OOV
KIINOIt WKHT WILL TAKK AT
TIIK LAHT MOMKNT
Speculation Is rife today as to
whether Noblo Faulder, sentenced to
bo haugod tomorrow morning for tho
murder of Louis (lebhart at a railroad
cmup near Chlloquln In 1911 will pay
tho death penalty for his dend, or
whether lie will be reprieved at tho
last moment by Ooveruor West.
Somo are of tho opinion that the
governor will grant a reprieve either
today or Just before the tlmo sot for
the execution tomorrow as he did In
tho case of Wobb, the Portland mur
derer, sentenced to hang In Septem
ber, It'll. Others state that despite
tho governor's aversion to the death
penalty, ho will Uka no action la the
boys and Mrs. Itlckert have been held
Mrs. Rlckert declsred that the
shooting was sccldentaL
ljto this afternoon young Rlckert
confessed to tho killing of his fsther,
following his disobeying his father'.)
command that he carry wood Into tbo
The hoy declared that his father
went Into the yard to food a horse.
The boy fired a .11-csllbre rlrlo
through tbo bathroom window, pierc
ing his fatbar's heart.
The boy told hla mother what ho
had done, and both agreed to claim
that the shooting was accidentally.
Inadvertently he told the neighbors
the secret. Mrs. Rlckert corrobor
ated the boy's testimony.
raae, following the defeat of the bill
to abolish hanging.
Attorney C, M. Onelll, whu defend
ed Faulder when he waa triad here
last spring, states that ho has written
to Governor West several times re
garding the case, but that be haa not
received any reply atatlng definitely
what atand tha executive Intended to
take In tho matter.
Norman Faulder, brother of the
condemned man, Is la Salem endeav
oring to secure a stay of proceeding.
Norman came here from tha homo of
the Faulder In Auckland, New Zeal
and, Just after the killing of Oebhart,
nnd ovor stneo that tlmo ha ban been
working aealously to save tho Ufa of
hi brother, whom, ho asserts, I men
According to the announced plan,
Faulder will atep on tho aealold to
morrow morning. Another man will
be hanged with him. At 11:30 tho
other three condemned men will ba
B. D. Brlggs, a prominent Ashland
attorney, returned homo today after
a short visit In Klamath Falls. Mr.
Brlggs waa formerly city attorney of
Ashland, aad la now a eaadldato for
KVAN R. RKAMK8 18 CHOHKX
KM1XKXT COMMANDKR POL.
LOWING THK KLHOTtON THK
OFPICKRB ARK IN8TALLKD
Election of omcora for the ensuing
term waa held at last night's moat
ing of Cavalry Commandry, Knights
Templar. The following now omcora
Kmlnent Commander, Bvaa R.
Reames: Generalissimo, Charles H.
Wlthrow; Captain General, Dr. L. L.
Truax; Senior Warden, Tom W.
Stephens; Junior Wardea, C. K. Van
Riper; Prelate, I. Jay Knapp; Treas
urer, Charles Graves;' Recorder, L. P.
WlllltU, Standard Bearer, J. J. Bar
rett; Sword Bearer, Ooorgo L. Hum
phrey; Sentinel, O, A. Kraus.
Following tho, election, tha new
oncer were Installed, this ceremony
being conducted by Past Commandsr
George J. Walton, '
YOaWCWMaMat CO HaM
Unlud K Sanrtoa
WASHINGTON, D. C, Doc II.
The Archbald proeoeuUoa wlH prob
ably rest Its case tho last part of tho
week. The defease will present flfty
witnesses. It M Improbable that tho
case will end before January llth.
WILL BE HOSTS
AHHLANU XOBLK8 WILL MARK A
1'ILUIUMAGK TO THU CITY IF
HUFHCIKXT NUhUHCR OF CAN.
DIDATK8 CAN RK 8KCVRKD
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oamant by Oaoosaar Want, s "
Hlaed ta aaaka aaw Maoasaaast inaaaaV .
lawUMaMMar. , h? ,, , v Tt
"ml IT ill nililglbll
Faaider wm aa iwaetavaeL M ta a
parted that ha m tainai. smdT tt'lal
KoaaMo that no wsB an sjansngoai ay
toenarrow atofaaac. A R aa . ,
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bsaged at 7:S ta tao morning.
ilfc-a " f-
tbo caaaga la
tho govornor will i
There woro many piigls, i
ta tho capital pualabmoat neaa, wha
visited tba ajovsmor
They cam bora from alBarant ;
of the sUU to arotaat
banglnga scheduled far I
Tho movement waa tao raaaat at
tba response ta a prsfeaal aaaaa ta
Portland last Sunday at aa aacVaaas-
tal pualabmoat mietlag that ataey-,
one present aia tho gusrnsi ta aar
son and plaad wMh alas.
nwata aa a flsmatar ta tha
Klamath Fall will bo Invaded by
tho host of the Ancient and Arabic
Order of the Nobles of tha Mystic
Shrine next spring, it suBeleat candi
dates csn be secured to warrant a
pilgrimage of Hlllah Temple of Ash
land. E. D. Brlggs, n prominent at
torney of Ashland, left thla morning,
after taking up tha. matter with local
Masons who aro eligible, and It u hla
opinion that tha hegJra of tho mem
bers or the Southern Oregon temple
will be toward Klamath Falls.
The Ashland Temple Is one of two
In the state, aad la the only ono In
Southern Oregon. Kvery year tha
Shrlners of that city make a pilgrim
age to some other city and Initiate a
ctasa of candidates. Roseburg, Marsh-
eld and other olttea have been via
tted, aad Klamath Fall wiU be nest
In Una If a sumclent number of candi
dates aro secured.
There are a largo number at Ma
son here who aro eligible to reeelvo
thla higher degroe. aad ta' majority
of them are anxious to do aa. la eaaa
Hlllah Temple visits here, tharo will
bo a class of net leas' tana twenty
city eouncH ta
sion form charter adegtad mat May aa -
tha omclal aaartor of tha attWltt at .
heard this eveaJag by CtrenRr Judge
Benson, following tha djauramat ol
tho Walton eaaa. C. M. OaottJ t at- ,
torney for Hoary Rabboa aad Dr. W.
A. Leonard, tha petitioner, aad tao
city la reprosoatod by CUy Attaraay
Drako and City Roeoraar LaavRt. Tj
. i. if.
Tte Bpwortb Laagua at tho math- a.u-'
odlst church will havo a aaaap aala i
on Saturday, at tha Moaarsa Qraaary. i
Don't fall to patronlaa R. lt-tt
NEW ROAD TO RE
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PORRBT BBRVKBC CffflaW VISITS S '
BLUK LBBOK COUNTRY -.. ,:
MAVK WORK COhsaWWOafB OR V
Actual ooaatraoUaa work w4M i
soon on the aaw road thai I
vtoe la caaatraotlag ia.taa Btaal
country, whleh WW Wad i
Cook aad Oraaa
nuawui miiw, .i
at work, aa iuasiTaur i
tho Crater Laao HarlaaaJ Btssm.laW
started for .tteVtarritafy J aa th
actual eonttrueoaa vaafc
Tha construetloa.aftala rati Bfl
open, a aaw tsrrRafy.aad wag anayji
In aveat banaal. .?..