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TRIAL OF LABOR
LAWYER STARTS
klamatm falls, orboo. friday, januart ti, dtis
IN LOS ANGELES
JCROH UrCKWOOl) TO K KIR
WITNKMt CAI.LKB
of OtyrrMuMi Is Raises! hf tho
Mrs In lb Trial of ttanwr
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Caked I'tv. rkrvko
UW ANUKI.KM, Jaa. I.-HSiKeu.
PwMfutur Word opened lbs srgumonl
ler lbs slate In the second trltl o(
Clsrtace 1'arrow, lb Chicago labor
attorney. ho I aecueed or bribing
kfivtlt Jurori lor lb McN'aaura
trial.
Durlni hie address. Ford aanouno
4 tost bo would call Juror l-ockwiwd
to testify llul ho bad beea bribed by
Uirow. This brought forth a shower
tfebjtctlons (rum lb daMao.
ford coutvndiMl lhal bo depeuu'-
a Lockwood lo prove (bal (bar was
a iiocral criminal conspiracy oh the
tart of labor taadera to aacura ibo ac-
aalttal of ibo McNamara brothers,
ko entered pleas of guilty to sbsrgee
ef dynsinttlng tb Let Asgetes Ttmoe
helMlBg la 10.
Further hint of eroekedaeas oa tb
KLAMATH RED 'BONANZA HEARS
ASSAULTS WOMAN FIRST LECTURE
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HlltAM MOOIII. H TAKKN I.VIU A.X MiOAM. WU.U HI'KAK O.V
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MAHV CMIMMJUIX t
)WHMi ril()lll,KMH 1UMOIIT.
nrrciiHo.N am mihm caiii'i:.v
TI'.Il ACCOMPANY MXTCItKIt
Hiram Aloori, n wall known Imllmi I Ml Addlo Carpenter, baad of tbo
of tbt Klamath I ml Ian rcicnmluu, U iluinratlc iclwnro doartmnt or Iho
In lioublu lit I'urllanil a a rult of ,,,K,, K,,ool( Mlix AdMn, McCbU Jd.
mi ur liiduUenro In firownlcr lln ilrutiuru In onrlculturo at the lam
waa lakim lulu cu.lodr Juat In llmo ,tllullon, and Count School 8uMr-
lo vrotrtit Mm from rtttiktn Mnry ,ll(n4ct Krtd I'cttraon left tbla
Ohllofjuln, an aeed amaw, alao of mornK for llonaoM. whero '.ho flrat
Ibo Klainatb Indian narration. uiiibr of tho chol dlatrlct lecluro
Moorv wa anlrd .win time co ,.,, wi ,.a -,von .,.,. ovonB.
on a chargo of aaaaultlng Mary Clillo- ...vBW viow of Itural Llfo" will be
tuln, and bad bwn lakao lo I'orlland ti, .nbject of tho iirinclpal lectur..
for trial. Ilo waa rclratad on bomla, , b delivered br Mr. McCall. Mlia
.nd Intmoillatalr alarlad logtdrnnk. Carienter and Mr. Totpraoii wilt nUo
(lotrrnttieiil omclala am trying to tfKnVf naH l0 j0nnnra ,cnooj cn.
And out who auld Moore Iha liquor j,en W rtniier a letnry jirogram.
MEMBERSHIP LIST
GROWING FAST
SAY DIRECTORS
I.NTKKKttT XKNEWKB IN CMAM
HICK OP COMMKBCIt
GREENFIELDS MAN
WILL MARRIED BE
Daughter ! Ilom
Dr. Trunx reporU tbo birth of a
daughter to Mr. and Mra. Albart
(Iraliam on High treit thla morning.
Mr. (Iratmni la foreman for tbo Chan
man Construction company.
Flti: MTAItll, WKI.h KNOWN IN
THM CITV, I'llOCUItllH MCK.SHi:
TO WKI) fOI'Uiatt tlllll MJI'-i
Tl.il.H TONIOHT J
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FOUNDRY MOVES
TO NEW BUILDING
A marriage llcanao waa laaued by
I County Clerk D Up tbla afternoon J. ..
.... n...- - tu.wa .ui ii...io IVrderlck II. Hlarr and Marl Kdoa i'' v'
iktaUL'a attorney iwiwnae tbat bo ,' Tbty will U married tbla even-
oM ;roro tbat Darrow bribed Mr.(,nK
ftrtln McManlgal and (leorga Hohn to J Mr. burr U one of the ownera or
eat iair innuenr ia mum wriw.aic. ma ownera oi iu rri-uiiwj imt-
riolda I'arw. on the Merrill read, and
la well known In Klamath Katie, The
brldo haa reatdrd hero for tho pant
yuar, and during that tlmo haa been
connected with the Klamnth Develop
raent company and Ita allied Intercata.
il to retract khi coafeaaton,
Ittreagb which tbe MeNaaaaraa ware)
Iteatkted.
A. I). llariKild or Homim la bar
ally attending lo bualaaaa vaattera.
MES3ancCT3KSSsetnri
i:NTi:itntiriK now quak-
TKIti:i IN I'lKIU'ltOOF nui,D
I.Ml ON KIXTH HTKKKT MA
CIIIMIKV ALL INSTALLER
AlUiough Ht
Ihwa Dom, Nearly a Ma4ra4 Maw
Mrmbcni Have) ba Iacaw far
That Mo4f, hm Maaaf Lebaral Xo-
Batioaa Aral.
latrrMUd
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Although Uara hM baa con
certed campalgti for hi asaaabara oa
the part of tb board of dlractora of
the Klamath Cbaaabar or Coaaaaarca,
the membcrahlp or tbe boawter organ
taatlon U rapidly growlag, and nearly
lou new uamea ua?e aaen aoooa 10
the memberably'rsU.
In addition to tbe new members,
tho Chamber of Commerce la alao re
ceiving many evbecrlplloaa or rarloua
auma. lo bo paM monthly, and the
nocraaary funda to maintain the or
gnnUatlon and carry on a vlgoroue
advertising campaign.
Ofao of tbe dkectort, S. II. Brasa,
during the peat few daya baa aecured
twenty new membert, and haa added
ISO a month in mtbacriptlona ba baa
aollclted. Other directors report equal
succeea.
Tbe matter at a mora rgaaleed
campaign ror members will 41a
cuaaed at a aaaUa or the dlreetara
lo be held laia tbla aftartoea. at tbe
Chamber of
MS
CURRIN
IS
GRANTED DECREE
JtlDOK MCNtX). AWAAM O0TO
dv ov aox to wnrm, mo
BAHBH HUIT fOR WaPAatATION
on ohovnd or u ihiow
Circuit Judge Beaaen tbU maniac
granted a dlrorea ta Mrs. iaUy Car
tin, wbo brought mH agalaat Kaa-art
Hop Curtis. Sba waa alao gives
tody e( tbelr yeusc earn.
Tb CrxrlM ware aaarrtad la
afh Falla seearst years ago, sad la kvar
complaint, Ud Urougb Keeaee
Groeabeck, Mrs. Currbi chargea da-sertlos.
District Attorney Jobs Irwin Is w
Teatlgatlsg the elrcumaUafiea la eon
nectloa with tho sbooUag of O. O.
Davis by Tern Bellamy at tbo Coast
Lodging bouse Wedueesay sight
Charlee Pattee, wbo baa ssa at
tending to business mattsrs la
city, haa retursed to BIy.
George Maxwell la la from Boaaaas
attending to buslneas mature. ,
rim Thorpe Signs Up
With New York Giants
icHan Manrel will be a Member of
M'Graw't 1913 Pitching Staff.
Following Action of A. A. U.
CINCINNATI. Ohio. Jan. Sl.JIm
Ibarpe, the wortd-famee. ass sad ros
ladlu athlete, will stay with lbs New
uiauis next aaaaoa.
'resident Uarry Hermans of lbs
auoaal Uaiue today received s
ie lo tbla afset from a renre-
stive of McUraw'a st ths Car
Indian achnel. Thers will' be
of the (ilast'a Utebera, ssys the
am.
Tbe decision of Tberss to enter ths
i wague comes as a dlrset result of
1 ctlon of BeersUry alMvaa sad
Cclsi committee nf thai Amateur
kbtlc Union Is daalsrbai Thorns n
Bieasional. followlsa but aMaatloaal
ra at the Olympte
lu 1B0 Thorpe pitched with n
minor longuo baseball team, mid when
ho rulunmd to tho Carlisle Indian
school In 1011, ho applied ror rein
statement as au amateur, and this
was grnutud by the A. 'A. U.
Dvsplto the fact that Thorpe was
largely responsible for tho Amurlcan
victory nt the Stockholm Olympic
meet, that he won the all-round cham
pionship there, tbat he established
several world's records on tho track,
4 that liu baa bees chosen as H
membor or tbo All-American football '
team, and excels lu other sports, tho
committee aaw fit to declaro blm a
professional last week, and expunged
hla recorda from tho amateur slate,
All or tho machine equipment or
the Klamath Falls foundry haa been
Installed In the flrm'a now fireproof
building at Market and filxth streets,
and workmen are today moving tbe
foundry apparatus. The Inst casting
nt the Walnut street location was
made Thursday.
The now building Is corrugated Irou
structure, with a floor epaco or 50s
170 rot and a height of 32 feel to the
ostm. In addition, there Is a are
proof warehouse adjoining.
McKsrwabssTa
Salt to colleet file sMsajed aso sa
machinery ssrebaaee. trots ths Irak
was commesesd Thsrsssy by BoMwaa
Hardware company sgslsst J. A. Me
lleyaolda. a Klamath esuaty raaahor.
Mrs. Maude Cox baa goso to Salsa,
wbefe she will spend the remalader
or tbe winter vUltlag reUUvea.
Jamea W. Jory. s well ksown Mid
lasdlte, Is spending s low days Is ths
couatr aeat. atteadlsg to bust!
mattsrs.
BOMBARDIER OUT
FOR L. M'CARTY
BMUTtW MKAVTWrnltMaT ON MM
WAT TO MKW TOaUU-WAICW A
BOOT WITH tTaaST AMK1HCAN
MISS HOGUE IS
MUCH IMPROVED
YOUNG l-ABT ILL AT VORT KLAM
ATM WILL KKTCBN HOME W1TM
HKR PAKBNTH TOMORROW AK-TKRNOON
laU maaaagea from tho Mottle
rsaeh st Port Klsejsth sro to the
effect tbat Mies Faye Hogue. s sosu
tar loeal young woassa. who has beea
dasasroualy Hi, u rapidly roeovarlag
If the westhor permHs, she will be
bteugbt to, her homo la thla eity to
morrow by her saresU, Mr sad Mra.
C. C. Hogue, who have beea st their
daughter's bedside lor ths ssat week.
RAMSBY RETIRES
FROM BUSINESS
VfcTKRAN TRANSFER MAN Dfc-
CIDRH TO QUIT HANDLING KX
FRHM.WORK. AND ACC13TS A
1-OsVTfON WITH COUNTY
. After beteg actively engaged la Ue
transfer haalaasa hare far assay years
K. B. Bamsby today aaseuseod bta la
teatloa sf'retirla-x from tho sotlve
managomeat of Ramsey's sisroaa. Ho
has aeeeoted s sosUloa at tho court
house.
POWERS MAY Ml
ALLOW DIVISION
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-Tho tswsrs'-
n.tcil Trees Serviee.,
LONDON, Jsa. 91.
are determined aot I
Balhsa;sUlaa to asritUoa. Tarhsr
they pleaae; If they rsaow
aad wkv aseordws; to a
reaehed st a eoasaMstisa of
ambassadors held st too firshfa
sad eomnuslested to too Boahsa .
. - Visas'a..-.
reseaiauves wso sro ssass sere.
Bsroa DsaoC ssys tast'aoao
tho BulamHaa savoys srlbt laaoo ba
eTSsTtoS i mamoasswaTww's at BVsT smssjvvw ? avvBam
asBmmaH gsjs asm smMamamBf BsmsBBaafTaBaaaji aaaaass mas
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Jobs DePuy was la Thursday frees
hla.raashasar.halSMad- Mo was ae
comsaslad by bJa ssa MsrsM.
Usllsd
LONDON, Jsa. II. -Bombsdler
Walla. Us hssvyweight ehamylaa of
Earepe, sailed for Nsw York this
morslag oa ths stssmsr Maurotsats.
Ha la looking for battles ssrsss Us
water.
"Thla Luther MeCarty fallsw Is ths
big gams I'm sUlklsg st srsasat."
said Wells. "I'll stsy oror Uors aattl
I got Mas."
Demurrer of Lumber
Company Overruled
Judge Benson Holds That the Lien waa Properly Filed
According to Statute. U the lint Oregon Jurist
to Pass on the Question of Moment
ir Association nans
a Big Central Library
Matter Will be Discussed at Meeting
of Klamath County Barristers at
Courthouse Monday Evening
Central law library far tha taa
of the Klaisato County star
"tiontathslstartWaa'afUa
or that orgaaUstW, aad already
.taps toward eu.h an lasmllo'svs
kflUk.. 1.wi'mtii.
cussed fro. 4i9mm.tSU nt a
wtlBg of tho Bar AasoetaUoa Moa
ay evening nt tba anta w.,.. . , ',
cllf ?., Tot4': r -
"to-tra! library Is torsud hy la at-
tornsya practising there, and It hn nl
ways Veea round u griwt couvo.ic
itsll tko'lawyora, ns It glv them nu.
Caen, to Wka thoy might not other
vylse bo abla to aecuro.
,Ths library will -be conducted lu
ths nature, of a slook company acf
satoraay' beooralng a member by pur
ebaalng a1 aartaln number or shares
far.the nurahsae o( books, and n small
SAoathlyree for (ho mutntonanco or
Hm Uhrsry. " :, -
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A ruling that will bo ot great Im
portance to the lumbering Industry
In this nccllon was mndo this morning
when Circuit Judge Uonson overruled
t'm domurror lllod by C. M. Onelll. at
torney ror tho dorenso lu me sun oi
n. i:. Ilanshury against tho Uses
Clarke Luml'or company ror enrorce
meni on n mechanic's Hen.
Thr suit wan started through Kuy
kcndnll & Foiuuson to rocover money
ulleued duo for towlug " ror me
liimher company. To thla tho derense
demurred on tho grounds that tbe
iiKrucmcnt with llansbury was made,
by Walter 0. Innes, who waa not u-
thorlred to do so.
1 he opinion or juugo i.eusuu .
uvurrullni the motion, rollews:
This causq Is presonino upon a
demurrer Bled oy tua oeiena,
Iniies-Clark Lumber company, to tss
complaint jioroln, staling tho gonerai
ground that the complaint, does aot
tnto, facts sufficient to constltuts a
caueo of suli. -
"Upon tho nrgument, It was ssa
tnmiod hv tbe defendant tbat ths ao-
ir of lion Is Insufficient to charge.tos
property, ror the reasoning., wsio s
lieges that tss seieaa,
Clarke Lumber wm'ns,;hi.Ois'
-. r.mitB-Kowner. lt.aUo altesjas
that'plalstlir was eatstoyag by Waitof
laues to perrorm too tssor rec wssoa
the lieu Is claimed, sad that ths ao
tlce does not disclose tho authority ot
aald Walter Innea to blsd ths dsfoad-
aut corporation by auch omstoyassaL
To this contentloa pwiaUaT reyiiea
by aaylng tbat tbe aotloa of Usa ilad
by him compiled etrletty to tho tottor
ot tbo sUtuts providlag Mm Uoa, aad
tbat It fellows with iuo sssstasss ia
form for such aoUeo, waMi Is KS
scrlbed by said statute
'An examination of ths aottess set
out as 'Exhibit A' la ths eomataiat
shows that bis form has hosa etrteUy
followed by the plalatlt. Tho osart
then Is eoafronted with this isssUaa:
"Does aa exact cosy of ths tens, si
aotlea prescribed by staWto aaaaMtats
a suBkleat compllaaes wlto tao lawj
Tha law waa passes ay tM issss
tature la I8i, nut rsr
this feature or ths statute has
construed , ay,
Court. Ths only statute st, aar w
simitar la Its nature Is tbUmvlaw
tsr structures, sts.. wMoh tfssarthas
no rorm of notlta.ead la
ussa'ihfa aueatloata SiSsso Jsdsja
In a earsfsUy , loasWsf l , i
itiag'osisloB.'ihytiV1' , W,t , 4
H ita ' auiialM aka ilaliaai'
aervaa tha asosssar.
meatavwhsa hs, Med la
ofAes "a elsiag eoatalalaf h Iras stsss
sRvsmjsw .'fR 4sssy ssmmamjassBavmBa amjpemasj
all Just credits sad ast-oSs, wKh ths
asms ot Us owner, or reputed swasr.
aad also ths asms of ths seraea by
a horn hs wss employed, or to whom
he furalshsd ths mstsrlais, stc." . .
sad to asset aaythlac hasra Is
Imnosuc a burdoa aot ssthortssd by
taw, Whoa ths sUtesMat aoatabas
all ths fasts required by eUtuto to hs
eoatalaod thereU. ths suestloa aa to
whether Us Ilea attsehsa for aastortal
furnished or tabor psrfsriasd for
some pereoa whom ths atotuts miboa
Us ssjsat st ths swasr, aa arsvbsed
la seeUoa If HlU'a Cods, or whsU
or it attaches by rlrtss sfssetlaa
SI7I HlU'a Cods. Is a matter t Usd
lac sad rsot.,' '"v
It wJU so sbsartsd that both thsss
ssettoas of MlU's Osas'sts still la st
fast, aad prsrUs that. Mm mstertals sc
tehor shaU hs asas at too tasteaoo oc
tea owasr or his acsat, whisk Is
laacusjjs aubsteatlslly of tho'stetaU
aaaor whleh ths asiles tm tola sssa m
ItssMd. t"Y'l,,, '
Tas Ral dtsUaetles. la this
howwer, Ilea fca ths fast that , this
stetats iris arises tho ts-m of Metes:
sad'R Mmy sa4aioa that if. la ths
BBfh amaaaj a a-y amavamj
fkt'Mk
VOT-s sJha'S" BSF va emlWtSBBi VevBaaamBmBBMf famj ssagf
sejSMBPs -M. J-rBm) sr
Gsorsjs C. Gtark, who la la shargo
of tbo eoasUueUoB of ths bos fectery
at Abjema, esaw la Thursdsy for s
abort visit.
Thomas A. Bsrrows. s wail ksown
Merrill rermer, la a cousty aeat visit
or. He la st ths Hotel Hall.
Lladaey C. SMemore, a well known
Fort Ktamath resident, la hers ror s
short so Jours.
UaMsd Frees BerrSas f Tf V
COrMTAMniOrUI.'Jaav. M-lmi
sorts'hss' or dsrsel "haa Tswamm sssssam
to return forthwna. l -"t "" ; x
COriarrANTINOPLS. Jasu 1-TBo'
Turkish erslser ,Mamnli
tacked sad isstrsyed absat"
wartsips mi m
i lav
BERLIN. Jsa. SI
dtesatches state that tho Toaac
bavs subdued to ChstsUs
aad stopped their
casHaL
Athletic Club May
Rent Pelican
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Young Men arefTalkiajirf anOrga-B-
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ization to Lease the Basement
of White Pelican for "Gym"
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Orsaalssttea of sa sthlsUs
tloa to tase) srer ths sstatlstty ssuke-
d hsssasoat ot too Whtts Psttesa
hotel. Is tha attest activity sssoas tho
young mea of ths etty. Alrsadyalte
s number bavs expressed thsir wll
llsgaeea ts jobs too organisation.
Ths hasemaat st ths hotel Is.tssal
for sa athletic stab, ss la sddlttaa to
ths teeksrs, shower, ataago. sts.. R
''of
i 1-
tic
has tho
leuaglag
ssass fsr s
several youac
lac ths matter
management of ths hsstesry. aai saar
ssvrssssd their wlttmasasas bb1MM
thebssemeatforastsJatedsaga, M
enough taUreeted ssa safaosM ts
make up tho rsoslrmt ssiaaat Har
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