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KORTHWBSTBRN'S CIRCULATION HAS HIT THE TOBOQQAN--" AT LAST WM KNOW'
SUPPLIED MY THE
UNITED PRESS NEWS SERVICE
PRINT TU NEWS, EOT
Seventh Vmm No. 11,001
KLAMATH PALM, OREGON, 1IIURSDAY, MARCH , 1918
Ingenious Method is Evolved by Sammy to Pad
the Circulation of Morning Paper. Details Give!
LESS THAN FIVE
DOLLARS A WEEK
WIIITI5 SIAVK INVESTIGATION
IIHINGS OUT TRUTH
Working Wumra In Cfilrago Art Said
In I In Underfed, Many of Tlinu
Grlllng Only Tmu Scant Mrl. a
Lipton .Seeks to
Shamrock IV or New Boat Will be
Used by British Yachtsman. A
Challenge is Issued America
United Press Service
Ni:V YOH1C, March 6. Anothsr.n mivclnl meeting of tho executive' NEW YORK. March . Dr. Fred
eh.l.enxo for .a ,,,crM.o,ct'!-ra March :;,,. it is, .lovcd h.l' "JJ J"" J"',
i.iihiiii win uo in America uy uiai ..... .. . ------
A BIT PEEVED
COMPLAINS THAT MM FRIENDS
PROVE TO BE OBSTACLES---ME
LEAVES HOTEL TO TAKE ABSO
rio has been Issued by Hlr Thomas
McAlplnn. Ho refutes to seo any vls-
I.lliton. llio llrltlih sportsman, who . ........ Itors. saylns: he wishes to tnkn in fib.
llaMailr la In I In I'nJnl lii tli ' I IIU general opinion in IOCSI Circles , " .---
ltay-M.Urrhtoll.liiArdl.UN,,,.. buU ., ,, ,,,, , ,,, ,hlll ,.,. , d,feBd.oJHt. rest.
nullum, HrgsrillrM of Who Is lllt'i,,..,,,. f winiilii the America cun llio cun. Linton li in Id to bo undo-' Ho wil remain In seclusion while
In lite I'rurcae
I'nllcd Press Service
HI'RINGFIKLD, III., March .
Over 60,000 women who are working
In Chicago receive leu that IS a
cek, according to a report tendered
to Lieutenant (lovernor O'llara by
M. Ill.tr Cosii, chief Investigator of
the while slave commission appointed
by I lie Illinois legislature.
'Tim women are generally under
frd," said O'llarra today. Tho major
ity of the poor creatures do not know xi:V RECORD IS MET IIY I'UIVAIU
what a square meal means, while half I
of them get but two meals a day. 1
"That's the situation at present. Is
from Hut Hulled States, clilod whcthiT to uso tho Shamrock
The challenge Uiued by Upton has IV., which was defeated In the last
been received by tho National Yacht raco by the Reliance, or to build a
Club. The defl will be considered at new yacht.
' Tony Buty Is In from Malln for
few da)s. Ho Is at the American,
It any wonder than women la the big
titles go wrong? I am determined to
dUclose all the facta In connection,
regardless of who we hit."
CIHCAOO, March . Fifteen
heads of department stores and mall
order houses have been summoned to
appear before the legislative white
slave Investigation committee tomor
row. letter, It Is the Intention to examine
wholesale clothing manufacturers and
other garment makers.
Julius Rosenwald, head of the Orra
of Hears, Roebuck A Co., will bo tho
flrtt witness examined whon the com
mltteo commences Us session tomor
row, Thirty girls, employees of depart
ment stores, have also been summon
ed to testify.
SECRETARY TO THE PRKSI
DENT TIIK CABINET HOLDS A
0. II. Clcndennlng was In Wed
nesday from his ranch near Midland.
Klincr Moore, a well known 1'oe
Valley rancher, was a Wednesday vis
itor In Klamath Kails.
Dr. Lodcrolo and other scientists test
his tuberculosis cure cultures.
Krlodmann complained bitterly
that his friends are proving obstacles
In his work.
"We've been misquoted grossly and
federal Officers Make
Raid on Comet House
Three Men are Taken into Custody
on Charges of Selling Liquor to
Indians. Mysterious Case
Government officials last sight, David Green and Shelly Naive. The
made a raid which resulted la the ar
rest of three men who are charged
with selling liquor to Indians.
The men wjere Arrested in the
Comet lodging bouse on tho corner of
Sixth and Klamath avenue, and were
lodged In tho city jail lost night This
morning they wero transferred to the
Tho accused men are A. Little, oners,
latter is said to bo a paroled convict,
who has frequently been la trouble In
Much secrecy, was maintained by
tho government men, who co-operated
with the police and Sheriff Low,
and It was Impossible to obtain any
accurate Information concerning the
specific charges against the three prut-
VTTEMH Or MOEJTDMi
.Number of Heal
aad Use End ef
lay's Scheme Are Grrea
George J. Walton, superlateadeat
lied about," said Frlcdmann's broth-Jof the Klamath division of the Call-)
Wa ntnnnt hiiln fMAllnv lit t)hla fnrntanriffnn Pnvr mnniMT. faf
.. w ..W..MW MW..' .... MB - .--. w..0 .. . - v. -... .w-w
was deliberate, and we will now keep
quiet until tho board of health testa
Mrs. Lottie L. Bailey left this morn
ing for a visit -with Portland friends.
this morning for Medford, to. attend
Allen Stansble, who la farming on
Wilson's Flats, was a county seat vis
Distribution of Plums in the
Golden State Already Begun
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Paddock of
Lorclla aro here to do some shopping
mid visit local friends.
United .Fi ess Service
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 0.
Secretary Tumulty reached tho prest-'
dent's attlro at the Capitol at 8 o'clock
:,ut,:!:cu arecorJZ 13, Shanahaii to Superintend Mint. Caminetti to be Federal
arrival at tho building.
Wilson arrlvod an hour later, lie
called tho first formal meeting of tho
cabinet. It Is expected that at this
KMhcrlng Jho formation of policies
Immigration Commissioner. J. O. Davis Collector
of the Port of San Francisco and Others Made
J. S. Mills, who has a much near
(Ino Grou, spent Tuesday In this
Attorney C. C. Ilrowcr hns gone to
Cortland to give attention to legal
F. T, Nelson of Keno Is registered
at tho Hotel Halt.
" Square Deal" Will
Soon Rival "Cyclone'
Mark Howard Says Klamath County
Horses Were Well Above the
Average Buckers in South
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 6. .Sunford, Congressmen Raker, Kettner
Secretary of tho Interior Lane. Sen- Church, all of California, was
utor Work, and Senutor Perkins .re',c,d todajr' J1 ta "x
. . .... . caucus agreed to give all the patron-
to ho consulted regarding all federal rgu , Korthert, California to Raker.
appointments In California, Is the de-((ullj the Southern part of th. ttste
cltlott reached by President Wilson to Kettner and. Church.
It Is believed that J. O. Davis will
bo collector of the port of San Fran
cisco and Shanahan superintendent of
today, 'according to Information re
ported from Inside sources.
A caucus of Stato Senator J. R.
the San Francisco mint
For his work In the California as
sembly It Is understood that Stanford
can hare charge of the sub-treasury It
ho desires It.
State Senator Caminetti, who was
also actlvo for democracy In the sen
ate of the California legislature, Is
(aid to be slated for immigration com
TURK CRUISER IS
THREE GREEK TKAASFORTS,
WITH ALL ABOARD, KO TO IMS
BOTTOM An. RMVLT OP AX
United Press Berne.
CONSTANTINOPLE, March .
Tne state department today received
confirmation of tne activities of the
Turkish warship Hamidjeh yester
day. Instead of sinking one boat, as re
rortcd, the Hamldjeh's broadsides
tent three Greek transports to the
bottom. All on board the boats perished.
A New WRUssa
A son arrived Wednesday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. William Tlmsas
on Klamath avenue.
At an Informal meetlnc t i
Falls business men this sMra-nf ta
question of repndkUinc
contracts with the Nwtawesterm was
discussed. While n. 4e.aM i
slon was reached. R sessssd to fe. MM)
consensus of eylale. that, a ta.
tracts had keen obtained by
there was no obllaatlem m ta. part
of the local busiaess asea to
to jar, or seawtaias whlen tasv a.
not reeetTlac, erea theaah
have heea eigne.;,-
It appears that tasTMsrUi
represented to toeal 1
the clrcuUtloa of th.
was almost 1,400, and, on ta.
of this circuUtiea. eoatraeta
made. Tuesday faat Kvaas. alitor
and proprietor of ta. Homiag naaar, !
Hied with the county court an afldarR
showing that the total eireslaUoa ot
the dally edition of th. Northwestorn
and the weekly edlttea assouated to
only 577 la Klamath eounty.
ThU afldavit proved a great mr-
prlse to local advertisers wa. kai
been misled Into asaklag ciatraies.
Legal advice was at ones tahaa, atsi
it was that there eaa he netasaf Mawr
mg because of the appareat iraaC . '
a'onUnuel on Fak.'eV'""',
"Tho Klamath county horses were
nwuy nbovo tho aversgo bucking
"lock," says Mark Howard, who re
turned last night from Los Angeles,
whore he wen; In charge of th. Klk's
bronchos. "With a little more train
ing Squaro Deal will be just as ac
complished a man thrqwer as Cyclone,
whllo White Pelican and Cheyenne
nlso proved terrora to riders,"
"Kvorytlme Square Deal started to
buck tho rider left th. saddle" con
tinued Howard. "The horse had aucb
n variety of twists, sunflshlngs and
Jumps that It was Impossible to stay
aboard him. Just look at this," and
Howard produced a snapshot showing
Hoxlo, the Mexican vacqusro, cling
Ini timorously to his seat, while
Square Deal aunflshed and stood on
on forefeet. ('The neat time th.
homo hit tho ground," ho added, "his
poHo wns dlroctly opposite, and Hoxlo
loft tho snddlo."
According to Howard, tho trio trio
of horses sent to tho Los Angolos
llodao by tho Klks proved a groat
udvortlsoment for tho local Rodoo,
mid ho soya thoro will bo riders from
all ovor tho Southwest hero to com
pote for tho prises. Ho expresses a
bollot that tho Rlks, with the horses
and riders available hero can put on
n show tho equal, If not better than
the Los Angolos Rodeo.
Tho Klamath county horses are
now with tho Muulcipal Amusement
company, ana win oe snippea to uai-
laB, Texas, for tho rodeo there. How
ard snya sovoral tempting offers have
boon made, for the trio, but be de
clares It would bo foolish for the Elks
to dispose of them.
COUNTY PRISONERS AT KELLY'S
IIUTTi: HAVE RUT ONE GUARD
TO WATCH OVER TUKM CON
PORTLAND, March 6. SherlS
Vom Word has adopted a modified
"honor system" as Kelly Dutte. The
other day ho lined up thirty-two pris
oners wltlilu tho stockade and noti
fied them that actlvo stone-b.'caklng
would bcglu shortly.
'I)o uny of you fellows expect to
cut and run if you got n ohanceT"
asked tho sheriff. They all disclaim
ed tho Intention. .
"llecauso If you do," continued th.
sheriff, "I wnut to know it now. when
I turn you Into the stockado there
will bo only ono guard, Instead of
four or nvo guards with shotguns.
I'm going to make you responsible
for all escapes, and I expect you to
live up to your agreement."
"Tlmt's all right, sheriff," replied
ono of tho prisoners, "If anyone gets
away we will go after him and give
him a ducking when we get lilm
Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Tompkins re
turnod from Keno todsy, after a visit
with friends there. They leave to
morrow for their ranch near Bonanza.
County Commissioner Ouy Merrill
returned to Merrill today after being
In attendance at th. county court.
COMMUNICATIONS ARE UKINfl RE
CEIVED URGING DISMISSAL OF
THE MAYOR AND THE CMIEF
TO BE FEATURE
NOVEL METHODS WILL BE USED
FOR LIGHTING AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC
EXPOSITION IN 101S
United Press Bervle.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 8.
Tho Jones senate sobcommlttoe nlll
meet this afternoon to set a date tor
u hearlug regarding the charge, that
Inadequate protection was given th.
suffrage workers during their proces
sion and tableaux Monday.
A number of resolutions have been
received In connection with this mat
ter. The majority ot them urge tho
ttlrmlssal ot Mayor Sylvester and the
chief ot th. capital city police de
BAN FRANCldCO. March . The
Illumination of the Panama-Paclflc
International exposition will form a
romarkable attraction. The work Is
under the direction ot Mr. W. D'A.
Ryan, In charge of th. lighting of
the Panama canal, and who has per
fected a scheme enabling him to pro
duce light electa undreamed of at
any of-the former world's expositions.
In the exposition there will not be a
single article ot lighting equipment
that was ever used before. A sum
exceeding 150,000 has been upended
in a single tine ot experiments In the
development of cut glass reflectors,
to be known as Jewels, for use at th.
exposition. The results to be pro
duced for their reflected light will
be ot a startling and scientifically
wonderful nature. "
Medford Democrat is
Talked for Governor
Douglas County Minister Also Men
tioned in this Respect. Both
Members of the. Legislature
SALEM, March 6. There has heea
has obtained from th.
J, E, Newbanks, a weU known
Kenolte, was a Wednesday visiter in
th. county seat. -
much quiet talk around the legisla
tive halls that it Governor West ad
heres to his repeatedly expresssd de
termination to retire from politics at
tho end of his term, his Influence and
support will go toward making Clar
ence L. Reames, the representative In
tho house from the Joint Jacksoa
Douglas district, his successor.
The Medford lawyer has repeatedly
shown himself to be one of th. ablest
and strongest members of the house,
despite the ract taat ne u one m a
hopeless minority In that body. He la
a hard lighter, and yet flghta strsigat
and parliamentary, and without In
dulging In personal tings. And, above
all, he possesses a keen seas, of hu
mor and fairness. Reams., despite
his politics, Is one ot th. popular
members of the legislature. H has
come to the front strong th. past tw.
He Is a close personal and pelttleal
friend ot Governor West, and has ea
erted, perhaps, the widest laHjaVtoMlard .' alts) ".
obtaining ror ta. governor mm- ana imm aiaiaias,
crumbs e Joy and emafort'ta. aaMtrHa
Leaders ot the deaMeratt.
Oregon have been keeping a
on the legislature, and Rs few
cratle members, both for
material and possible
governor. Gossip has It taat 1
looks to them Ilk. spleadtd i
torlal timber, and pats hist ahead at !
J. K. Howard, ta. DMflas
representative, wa., ttla.
would s. haaaitoaaad as a ,
candidal, (or isjmraaf .a th
that he la a mlatatar.
Howard, Ilk. Wisana, ta. al
ahla and aanalar asaawaaa ff
house, Tks Weae. w afjajiny l '
addltton to heaag aajM-af al
and fearless In .ajttMtrff
so broad aad la that a.
the eoesdeaee aa. sanaaat
warns- i "lejav wan.
t Jf( IwV
! t ft aStalartwMLhl
aaa sa. ay