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The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, January 02, 1913, Image 1

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KLAMATH 1'AM.H, OHKGO.V. fHCIlMIMV. JANUARY a, IBIS
IV !, Fit. CmM
aw Makers Start on Their Final Session
ingress Convenes at Noon and Will Keep Busy During 53 Days
n.i
KITMOE PEELS 'WEATHER REPORTS BUSHELMEN JOIN
ITATOES; RYAN ; TO BE FEATURE IN A BIG STRIKE
1 i
IUTCHERS WOOD
KMI'lttOK XKAIIK IHIATII
Franc Ji
rf .Vol lng for World,
la Hrfwrt
oh i.r.tm.-ittf ami: hi.t
I'JIIWI.S TANK
Til!
IIKC'MMATIO m:hvhi: wii.i
! (UVi: IIAII.V IIILIIHNOH to tiii:
I'llll.H'TlllloiilH mi.UM.NN or
-tin: iiiihai.d
whelksam: and iii.t.ui. thaiu:
i.v cuitiiimj in xi:w voiik ih
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United !' Bertlto
NKW YORK. Jan. 3 - Carrying out
TMous.ii ili coutleay of ilia llU
Mill. I1M by irfni.UHi At mMlun s.iilr., Tim Herald U ' ,.,, m, M,,Mbu morning.
rjr. Arv UUI..Ir ApTl ! ! gl dally rld of weather ,, tollitj strike leader hat. railed
...., III l..i . .. i it liniMfefltip llf mti ! ltikliailtMri ktnf iftild lift rri ri
New TiUI Mil II Hr-nl .... ' ,"-,.... .7 Til
, -i.i .....i., ..... .. n. .... al trail 6.000 lolnul Ilia Otticr lrlk-
MhlN I. Ml.ltr.1 Will, life be, IKUl,n(lbr,,.,"": " '"" h1 "
M'tulilng' . lll priy lb wboiri ami retail
,..,. ... ,.. ... m.v . trade of th. city.
Hi. been dlacontlttusd. ami reading Alreadr effort bate b-tn made lo
way now be made dally, rtllethe allkr. Tito manufacturer
llMillnxa of temperature am wad admit they are ImIiijs arlnc or.
'der, Tlirro have been a law minor
,
United Pre Mrv Ice
I'AltlH. Jan. 2. The Paris
"Midi" uaya tliat Krnperor Frans
Jnsef will probably die soon. Thn
paper print a dispatch with a
Home data Una stating llial tho
e)euiror la try feeble, despite
dcnlali.
BARFOOT FAMILY CASTRO CANNOT SENATOR BAILEY
FREE TOMORROW STAY IN COUNTRY m$ m lASj
SPEECH IN SENATE
giMitA.vn.M: will hi: iliickii. "iki vukmukst of vk.m
iikiiiii.o ih miw m:i:i:i. iw, t-i:ia m.iv iioam .uioum.
CIWK l'IIIMT HflTI.V MfjiTi '' YK ,,;t m,VJ KXOfiJH
iu: iil'iim:i
i lln Itnrltnl, NI
lra
ltd l'l MMtr
Ono
ilia? iHaaHi tif ! Ilivtt tnritnaf at.
I.IUVKMWOItTII, K-,, Jan. !"' ",M ' maUmum. Ih.
. Warden Markry put imly nlhtr Ui minimum i-minaiure. a
Ilia coiulcUd lalnir ledra lu 'mail brad lit atb of Uiro llirrwom.
rlon laaki (lilt alUrnoou. Tlen I rallied lorwaru when mo,
Tialtmoo U fwlalo lu IIjb iiaiiipvialurv rlita on ono and fall on ;
IIUli-U. llockln It aiuiduird ai llm llif. ana inrae, aiaj-int; av wi
dUhw aider, and Ityan U ew lilliel or Inwral Klnt Irartt4 liy
klojed In Hie rM'Ular thou. Hie inerrury, lell Uio eiutrow IU,
4 .iinfraIuro lor Hie uay i
44 Yraterday Hie lnlmum lrWertt
rtaatir.
ELK WILL BE
COMMON HERE
OEMS DREAMING,
SAYS SUTHERLAND
ICIMUOATK MIK hl'iaKKIUillll
J OF CWI4FOH.MA AMUMItliV UK-
I i:i.ui ri(o:msivix iiavi:
L'UAVi:ill0 M.1JOIIITV
Indiana coi. ih, Jan. 3,juiir-
lron ailwll(id litday thai Uio
of ellof Died ly III allomay
the totitlHcd labor Iradrr and
uirediiu writ, which would)
Iv adralllcd the dffrndanta III ball,
l,cn withdrawn. Tho rao now
lu Ih fulled Htalea circuit court
Ilu.p wa 35, th. mlnlwum It. and ;,L.TUV IMN(iM up TIIK l'..
klhe weather clear, '
Iciric oiakt ioi:ai iiomk ixiii
FOITiail UAMI-MT. hHAHTA
to in: hkni:hv:
'PARCELS POST
NOW EFFECTIVE
HitwaU, "tllcli reluMHl Turaday In
nt a alaynl aentrurts
Utorney llatdlne ald today that
ckln l MlUfltxl with hit cnturc.
inn iiuinlrd lu notify Ulttilct At
nny Miller when the at'feal would
(filed In Chkam. Tho dUlrlcl at
(United l'rea Htrrlce
' WASHINGTON, th C. Jan. 2.
Ilootntett elk. tho official deatfna
lion of nallro rlk of the mountain
lolled I'reaa Brtle
HACIIAMKNTO. Jan. I AuemMy.
Jman Sutherland, candidate for the
xakerahlp. In a aUtcraent here to
day, declared that there would ho
no strictly profrrattre ipcakerahlp
taucua. . j. . ,. .
I "The democrat art. dreaming when
Mt.ey talk of a K-aker," h aald. 'The
iroitrtolvea have an unwaierlng nui
Jorlty."
Mr. 8utherland denied that hj had
an acroenienl with Ilohnett In the
'peakerahlp matter,
Funrral Tomorruw
The funeral of Mario l.oulto
Du
SIA.NV I'ACKAIIIM AUK MIIITKII ,t,iKr ot ,ho ,,,clflc oa,, "'" not Fault, dauKhter of Mr. and Mr. Kd-
mlrrliirr In itivlr liitilla arfiirdlnr
I'HOMTIIi: MK'AI. FOKlOFKK'i:. . , ,
to federal official deeUlon n lu know
hl'iriAI. MTAMfM MlT lit: SI'of h pxU,elltr, of W,onBI elk,
I'UHKtt 'dltferent iple. SOU mllea away,
'' ' That li tho point eatahllihed by
ward II. Du Fault, will b held from
'tho rhurch ot the Sacred Heart to'
'morrow morntnc at 10 o'clock. "
Tho llarfoot family la to bo rellered
from quarantine tomorrow, and ar
raiiKemcnta hare ben made to mor
their effecta lo a cottaxe al tho cor
ncr of Klamath avenue and Second
trret City Health Officer Trnax an I
Dr K. V. Morrow bate already com
menced the work of fumlrcallnr, the
preM-nt home of the llarfoot. where
for leteral weeka pail they bsvo been
quarantined on account of ncarlet fer
er, the father beinr unable to upiort
hi family on account of thli enforced
Idleness
"There la only one tblnj; that baa
been overlooked by the people of
Klamath Kattt In their arork of help
Ins thl family," aald Chief of Police
Smith today, "and that ! bed dine
Tho bedding the family t.aa been u
Inx during their lllnriw will have to
b burned, and thla meant that
enounb bedding for three complete
beds will bo needed by tomorrow
night, when the family li .moved Jnto
lu new home.
"l'eraon wUhlng to conate bed
clothe ran leave them at the cottage
juil back of the Klrt Triut and Kav
Inga bank, or they can notify the city
hall, and a wagon will be lent after
their donation."
LONELY BACHELOR
WROTE LETTER
, TO ItOAIIIl (IKHMA.V STKAMKIl
i I'nlled I'rea Service
WASHINGTON. I). C, Jan. 3.
fiecretary Nagel baa permitted the
technical "admUlon" ot former I're
Idenl Caitro of Venexuelx on Amer
ican otl for an hour or two. Ha go
to 'New York Saturday to remain
merely long onouth to take tbo (team
'or Amerlka for Germany.
Frank, Anyhow
LONDON. Jan. 3. "Will anybody
give a lervant girl a freb atari In
;llfo. Neither truthful nor honet,
'rum an advcrtUement In a weekly.
in: nrLvotr.vcKs i.xrrt.vnvK ash
HKFKHK.MIOM MUSVRi:
iM'lll Tender HU llenlajnatloe) Hefewc
Term of Offlce rUplrra CI agree)
i Open for m MeMliin of Fifty-Threw
' Worklnic IHiy HoMe CoaOeHaoa
Conlleralliin of Iwllaa AppiufwU
thin Hill
Will Irwin U In from hU Laogetl
Valley ranch attending to bualncu
matter. He U a brother of John
Irwin, the newly-elected dlatrlct attorney.
J. K. Dodge ha returned from Med
io rd. where ho npenl the holiday with
t relatives.
) WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 1.
! The homo adjournerl thl af-
! teraoon after a brief . I
! reapect to the memory of R
rentatlve Mclferry of Feaa-
4 lylvanla. No action wa takea os
. the propoal to arroat Roeke-
feller.
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' - (Continued on Feo 4
Allluitiili llin mrrrU ikh! cmlr bo 1 r-.. . ....... l.L.. .-t n. !....
y wlllnghtlhopleaforarclrlal .' ' ".., u.j.j.r n..r
' ' .came umhiiih ciniuay, inero . .n.,.i., n.ut,. i. t.rn.
'' hao been n number of package mall' .,..,' '. ti.
jed here to g. out .... Unrl. Ham'. ei-J''" H" "Mo l l,Unt 60 W'oml" ',k
tt llin Favlllon lpre route. Mr. K. H, I'hllllp of f' ' Yellotone National I'ark
change ha been made In the the I'hllllp ranch ha tho dltlnrln the national forrt at tho foot of
.agemeut of the I'atlllon, II. II.; Hon of being thn (Hit pouoii to vend Mt. Shasta. Tho Oregon dale game
mley taking rhargn of the nmiiK n package nut of Klamath Fall via! warden held up tho thlpmrnt on the
nl hall. Ho plan a number nf the parrel pt, 'ground that the two ipecle mut not
iroeinenl, and promUe om' "We've taken In all kind of park lie allowed lo nMorlnle. Tiio e.iera.
amtueineiil feature for rolter'age tmlay," aald J. II. McAllister 'hlologlcal service acted a referee.
Iter. "i:en a package rontaluliig a number l.lk may oon become a common in
i . if phonograph record. There I one the Shaila fnrcat a In the wraterh
Tu Ktpert IhHika lliltig that all tho peoplo do not real pcllon of Wyoming.
Chartea I'arrlih of I'ortland today lie. and ll.l U Ihe ucet)' of puri
nmenced the work of eiperllug tho rhailng parrel ot tnmp to rover Marriage l.lcr ne
Bk of Klamath county, following the piMlngn tit. Iheie packagiwi. Tho A marriage llreiue wa lucd to
ietictlon by Ihe county court. Mr, poatnge itnmp uvd for letter pot day to C, llert Stile and Mia hmma
irrlali I a formor roeldc.it of KUin.'nKo rnuuot bo ud for thla pur Nauhcrl. Iloth are well known rcl
ill Fall. Ipoao." dent ot the Swan lake Valley.
"P1 i--j"tHTri ew
U Q JUIIUNI
i ' TO HAVE TEAM
Feese is the Marrying
Parson of Last Year
Methodist Minister Pronounced Fate-
ful Words on 34 Occasions. Jus
tice Graves is Second With 17
FOllMIDAItl.K AGGIUUIATIOV IS
iiiiahy to i'iav it.sKirriiAi.i,
MATCH WITH TIUM OIUIAM
KD AMONG STL'DK.NTS
gal Papers Will be
Mo ved to Court Room
JJan is Adopted to Facilitate Work. Judge McGinn
Will Open Court Here Tomorrow. Lewis vs.
Clark is the First Case Before new Jurist
' Tho following line up ha been
choen to repreteut tho Alumni Alio
jctatlun In tomorrow night' batketball
.gamo with the high chool team. Mot
iachenbacher and Van Itlper forward,
Telford center, Vlrgtl bo 1-ap and
Slement gunrd.
All of tho.o men were drong baa
ketball iilaver during their high
(school day, mid taken together they
,IIUH1U .W.M. M ,V, .... ....MWIV .!.,-
gallon. Tho itudonta aro not dis
heartened on account of the expert
(onco In favor of their opponent, and
are euro mat ine.r leant worn can
overcome this.
IMANV MIXING Kt'ISTI.KS FOUND
I.V TIIK KITKCTS OF .MAN WHO
i DIKI) AT TIIK AGK OF KIGIITV
TWO VKAItS
Fnltcd Fres Service
MKl.llOlMlNK. Jan. 2. Two thous
and three hundred love letter, dating
from 1S39 on, written by six differ
ent girl, were found In an Ivory cas
ket In tho bedroom of a lonely bach-
..Mcr who died here at the age ot 2
year.
PRESIDENT TAFT
IS VERY ANGRY
GKUMAN STATISTICS SHOW THAT
MOItK FKOI'l.i: I.OSK I.IVKS ON
la.VD OK SIU THAN I.V ACIIIAl.
JOl'lt.VKVS
"What the sense of Leap Year!"
This U a question that I bothering
a number of eligible bachelors In this
city who aro still in a slate ot single
blessedness, but each consoled him
self with tho thought that he Is not
tho only one slighted during l'J13.
Despite the fact that 1912 was
leap year, and that during the 36C
itaj composlug It maiden could woo
and propose without seeming forward,
there was no Increase In the. number
of marriage licenses Issued. This, too.
In spite ot the advent ot woroau'a sut
'trage, which with the leap year priv
ilege, gave the fairer sex the much
talked of "equal rights."
That noue of tho new electors even
'stood tor their rights" ot this point
l attested by "Cupid" Do lap. the
county clerk. He I positive that
during 1912 no stammering bride
took out a license, nil tho stammering
and swearing (legal, ot coursu) bolug
done by prospcctlvo benedicts, while
their hrldesto-be stood blushlngly by.
During 1912 there weru 10S mar-
trUgo licenses Issued. Kxactly lb.
'same number were Issued In 1911,
which year, by thn way, contained
only 305 days.
j Juno, which Is by tradition held to
iuk iuq iuuuiu ui uuuva, iu iiuyuiva-
iy outdistanced last year, KitpUMMr,
October and Pccvmbir alt ranking
ahead of It In tho number of wcddlnv
ceremonies.
' Tho number of licenses Issued each
I month follow; January ?, February
I?, March S, April 8. May 2, June 12,
July 5, August 1. September 13, Octo
:ber IT, November 10, December 13.
A perusal ot the marriage record
!at the clerk's oirteo shows that Rev.
George II. Feeso, pastor of Grace M.
s. church of thla city, still holds the
record a "Tho Marryln' Parson."
' Durltiu 1912 he pronounced the mar'
triage ceremony thirty-four times.
I Second ouly'to tho record of Her.
Fecse cornea tho list of ceremonies
j performed by Charles Gruves, Justice
lot tho pence for I.Inkvlllo district. He
'acted tho rolo of Hymen on seventeen
i different occaulons.
All nf tho papers lu rave pending
j tho circuit court Journal ami register
nf actions, ami nil other papers nml
oliuno pertaining tu tho circuit
court aro being romnvml from tho
o 111 co of the county clerk and placed
in n sfo lu tho circuit' court chum
lors.
During tho session of the circuit
court, which commence tomorrow,
nil cusps died tu the circuit court
must bo tnkoii up stnlra to Gcorgn
Cliuvlnln, who Is clurk of tho court.
Thn papers and dorumotiU nro ho
lug moved to tho. court room In ordor
tu facilitate tho work ot Um Mit,
nud nUo to provide mora apaco far
other document lu tho vault of tho
couutr dork's olllco.
Circuit Judge Henry McGinn, who
will take tho pluco of Jdgo Ucimn
on 'i.e. local bench for the next two
week.., will arrive this evening from
Portland, Ho will commence court
tomorrow morning. Tho first case la
Ihe stilt of A. 0. Lewis against Ooo.
0. Chirk. This is nn nctlon brought
In .ecover money l.owlj alleges Is
duo htm for groceries furnished Clark
when tho lattor built tho Lost River
(II veri Ion daw.
HORSEMAN IS AT
POINT OF DEATH
JAMKS KKKNK UMIKItOOKH DAN
(IKItOl'S A1HK)MINAI. Ol'F.IU
HON FltOM WHICH HIS 11F.COV
KHV IH NOT K.M'KOTKD
Uulted Press Service
NKW YORK, Jau. 8 James Keeue,
tho well known horsomau, Is at the
point ot death. Ho underwent a dan
gerous abdominal oporatlon this
morning.
United Press Servlco
UKItMN. Jan. 2 That aerial trav
eling Is safer thun traveling upon laud
or sea I Indicated by tho report of
the German Aerial Navigation com
pany, owuers of the Zeppelin passen
ger cruisers. With tho dally trips
this week ot tho "llausa," tho newest
Xoppelln, statloued at Berlin, tho
0,000 pnssengor mark was pussed. Ot
this number of passengers carried
slnco the establishment of the line,
not n single passenger has bceu killed
or Injured, a record which even rail
roads, automobiles or stoamora can
not equal.
Idaho Court Sends
Newspapermen to Jail
Publication of Message from Roofc
velt Forms the Basis of a Charge
Against Idaho Paper Owners
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Mrs. Alice Convad, who ha been n
patient at tho Illackburn hospital for
some time, was removed to her homo
this morning.
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HOISi:. Idaho, Jan. 2, It. 8. Hher-, TJie clmra agalas4'ih lw 'WtmfT
Idnu, publisher, and C, O. Uroxon, paper men grew out ef tmtMlM
oditor of tho Uoise Caulml News, were crlttclsluK th. sourt f inieTiM MM ' '
toduy seutenced to ten days Imprison- JprogrsJv.'ell4t frejWttsV
tacut each nud lined SSOO by the state '.lot, and tae ubllotlo ot m issaVMH.
supreme court for contempt of court,. from Cwhi.1 , W.saiiyftt-; ,
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