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Sfvrntti Year No. MM
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KI.AMATM PALI, OHMHON, WKD.NrSMDAV, JANUARY I, ISIS
Irt tiro 0as
M'Carty Wins Bloody Fight in Eighteenth
.
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NEW YEAR IS
GIVEN CORDIAL
RECEPTION HERE
MKHIIV MAKKHM KAT, UK1M1 A.SU
u,sct: ron jov
Murr-ut IUIU t th While lri
kn ami HtMtMo' Oprr How
,llr't th Urrelrot trMt- 'Ar
rival of IWl.t U llrrrlr! With All
1
NirU of .Vol Making Cualrlvanrew
OhUiwablr
MISS DU FAULT
PASSES AWAY
M"NWXNN MNfc
Iowan is no Match for the Husky White Hope of Tommy Burns
FIGHT STOPPED
IN 18th ROUND;
SAVE KNOCKOUT
II.U OIITMI ll' WKl.L KNOWN LO
cai. r:ori.: ihkm Am:it mmi
KHINtl II.I.M: rUNKH.U. Alt
ItA.NMKMK.Vr MIT ANNOVNCMI
Mia Mafle l,oulie lu Kaull died at
I o'clock thl afternoon, after ling
erlng Ulnees of nlmutl tro year.
(! l)u fault u 17 yre a( age.
tho daujhUr i't Mr. and Mr. 11 II.
l)u Vault, Kor the iiit year nl
half he ha been nOned in her U4.
Tho funeral arrangern nu have not
71 been tiiadf, but It W believed Ibal
It Hill occur Friday (' th Catholic
church
NAUGURATION OF
SULZER IS SIMPLE
ANGELIN OUT OF
COUNTY PRISON
UtTMLWtXm POIl Vtee, AM IH
ItlXKAHKII
Tbo New Year ushered In UH
itlcht amid scene of merrymaking.
In hlch notio producing tmplntnenle
v n In great demand.
Uatqusrade ro much In order,
affairs of thU character being given
at llouiitm'e opra houao and at Ida
White I'cllcan hotel. Kach of ths
bad Ha full hrj of maskers, and
lor reigned supreme.
At tbo Whlla I'cllcan the masker
crated their dancUg bortll' taforw
IS. and front that time till 1913 was
eteral boura old banqueting, drink
lac and merrymaking wero entered
Into with a rla-hl rood will. There
m HiiMAr nl AthnrAl Mnii '
uulau character represented, and
lie myriad of colora and costume ' ' '
In the elaborately ilecornlod lobby' ti. c Angvlln, an U tharged wtn
and dining room of the hostelry wa asaaultlng "Tn" Mef'ulluw with a
klaldcacoplc In It effect. I poker laat Thumdajr, wna tixtiy r
The irtrtcntcenth annual Now Yr (ad from lha rottntr jll on ISt'O
auk ball stfn by John V. tloution ,bouH. The dr of hi nrt AncOln
waa the attraction t ib pr boun. waived hi trtlmfhair hrarlni, ami
Aa,J iiual, tbo floor nilol with wa Uiund oer to ll.o Kranil jurr In
(Continued on rao i) tlho um of 60d.
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Labor Leaders Don the
Garb of the Convicts
Prisoners are Received Early this
Morning at the Federal Prison at
Leavenworth. Guard Strict
m:w iov:HoH ' ,':w yiik
IMilNTMl THAT AM. IHMI'iTn
lNI,:.N):i HITH MAV W
:ttATM ATTH.Ml
United l'r IU
AI.IIANV, N. V Jan. l.WIIIUm
tiulier wa today Inaugurated a gut
ernor at )he miM uni'rtentlou cr
ittonr of the kind otvr held at the
Capitol,
Tho parade and other etenla of
tho kind that hato featured In fcf tr
Inriiuratton wero ellntlnalrd today
Ooternor Hullcr lutUled that Ihefo
to no form of dUplay In tonne lion
with tho Inauguration. Tho only ron
rrctlnu Lg made wa tu make) au ad
dreea front tho Capitol atepe lu tho
thousand of cheering people who
wero unabl tu gain adwlaalon to
tho building.
' The oath of ultlro wa administered
In tho OAtenibly chamber. III. Iter,
llurko, HUhop of tho Albany IXoceao,
rprnnounrod tho lutoratlon.
Crowd from all parta of tho elate
were prratnt. Including big dcleaa
MAX WHO W CHAMflMI WITH AH.'otu f,m New York and llroukl,,.
fiACl.TIXO 'TUX- McOU.t.l'M i A numbor of urgtt. btaded
by lloaallo June. wro urowlrvcat In
AGNES MARPLE
IS MRS. MASTEN
tho hearing for tho now govorrtor.
In hla aiidre Hulier promlaed hit
aupport fnr tho suffrage novemonl.
Clayton Urandt ha returned from
a tl.lt with frlanda In (Irani I'm,
KOIIT I.EAVKNWOUTII, Kansaa,
Jan. 1. The warden of tho federal
prlaon received tho convicted labor
leader hero at 7 o'clock this morn
In-. Tho Men ilgnod the prlaon book,
wero bathed, and had their hvad
ihnvod. They war then given prlaon
garb and numbered. Then they wero
ordered to learn tho prlaon book of
rule, y ,
Tho deputies on tho train 'guarded
tho rnen very cloaely laat night.
Tho other oitraclzed and Ignored
lloctln i n traitor. Itynn at dur
ItiK tho trip with hi head bowed.
Tveltmuo wa tvry aerlou.
Ityan, when told that llernhardt
had roaolvrd not to write any mom
litter, ldi
"I'oor llernhardt, and many other,
httvo been tho victim of clrcum
itancc." ,
All of tho prlonr reiolved to ho
modal prUonur during their lorni.
Clnticy had a alight attack of heart
affection laat night, but ho I belter
thU morning.
WILD NIGHT IN
THE DIG CITIES
I r IH IMTIMATKH THAI' a,WM,Wl
I'KOI'I.K WKUXMKU THK XKW
VKAH I.V SKW VOKK THKATKIW
AM) CAW.H
I tilled I'rooa 8rvlr
NKW YOHK, 3M.1, Ab hour
after daylight tlio NowYora revoltr
vur atlll in th roatauranta In the
uppor tenderloin d'letrlct. It hi Mil
muted that 3,000,000 HOfio welcom
cd the New Year la the tboatari and
tettauraata.
There wero flva aUbb4aa M the
atrocU and four ahootlngi. There woa
oue fatality. Threo hundred arreala
wuro mndu and thoiuanda of dollar
worth of plate gl broken.
Lulled i're Hervlco
CIIICACIO, Jan.,) -The celebration
here waa tho wildcat In year. A hug
dred'thouiand people wero In tho
down-town cafea until daylight. There
waa comldorablo rowdylam.
Dr. Hamilton reporU tho birth of
a aon to Mr, and Mra, Oeorgo Shall,
who live on the Keno, road. The
youngster arrived thl morning, and
weigh &H pound.
Sheriff Uarne returned laat night
from Salem, where he took Robert
Allen, who waa aenlenccd to a tern
In the tte penitentiary on a charge
of feffery,
TELEPHONE MEN
LEAVE THE CITY
WOHK OK I.N'KTAM.IXO THU MKW
CKXTItAI. ttNUHm' HYHTrOI
Mi:itK HAH IIKK.V COMI'I.I.TI.II
oi. vitt.KH hi:mov:ii
Charlea J. Hum and hi crew of
telephono man left today for I'ort
Und after (pending veral month
hem In tho work of Installing tho new
trntrnl energy ayitem for the I'aclnc
telephone and Telegraph company.
They flnfthed tholr work Tuqaday.
Ileforo the new ayatem waa In
Mailed thl crew wa engaged lu
rlrlnglng cable throughout the city,
Unto tho ayatem wa put Into opera
lion, they have been taking down Ihe
opoed lead and removing tho old
telephono pole In the city.
fOITMH.KMMATH VAUM UIHI.
IH MAHHIKIt TO MHXtL JKWKU
lilt CKHftMONV (KXtJNM AT
iiiiMi: or Hiumr moth km
OMewOMr
At tbo homo of tbo bride' mother,
Mr. K. M. Marplo. on Cedar and
High tlrrvi, Ml Agne Marpt and
William Maalen wero united In mar
rlagu at I o'clock lt night. Dr.
Henry C Collin, rector of the Church
of tho HedeoMer, performed lb core
mony, which waa attended by tho Im
mediate relative- of lb contracting
partleo.
Tbo bride and groom are well
known In tbia city, whr they hate
rIJ the groater part of their live.
The groom U rnnnl4 with tho Jew
lry firm of R, a ilnk.
NO POST MORTEM
HAS DEEN HELD
IIOHIIY VIA'OHT WINNCSMMtM CITY
Hl'N AOAI.V THIM YKAK MM
TIMK KIIOM KKHHY TO tHMAH
IH HIHTV.O.VK MIMtTKH
(OtHXtH HKMIKM THAT HK HIM
MOH: THA.V KXAMIVI; I1ATMI.
NAI.I.Y IMUlY Or1 HICK 1, 1 1, WHO
illU AT MKHHII4.
"If one lake eiamluatlon of a body
by Ihe coroner a Ihe meanlnc of n
HMI mortem oiamlnallon. tho way Itjrreck athlete, won Hi annual crw
I bndmtood, then I can iay that I jUty run, from lb ferry to the beach
inado pol mortem eiaminatlun of ldy Ho alio won thta event laat
Uglier Ituckar. I will tali again, I ear. when hi time waa It minute
and 30 aetond. Ilia tlma today was
ST. MARY'S CRACK
ATHLETE A WINNER
HAN KIIANCIHCO, Jan. I. Hobby
Vlught of Oakland, HI. Mary's college
M' COY BRINGING
COWS TO CITY
THREE SUICIDES
OCCUR IN 'FRISCO
i:V YKAH IH VHHKHV.U IN WITH
FATAMTIKM Olltli TAKrM OWN
MKK WIIII.K I'AHH.NTH AHK
MAKINQ MKKHY
United l'rosa Hrvlc
HAN KHANCIHCO, Jan, I. -Throe
pooplo rommlttod suicide and one
inndo an attempt during the Not
Year's revelry hero last night, The
ilnud aro John Moylo, who Jumped
from a thltd story window of a hetel:
draco Hcolvllle, who took gai whlla
lur parents were merry making, and
John (fulnn, a hermit, aged 80 years,
u ho took poison.
I'aul Iudlck, n laborer, who took
muriatic acid whlla there waa n party
in tho next room of hla horn, will r
cover. II was despondent.
MX'-AI. MAN HUVM TWO OAK
UKSH Of HHIN IKAIi; HAIHY
cowh -wux Atom's. rttoM
tlAKT TONM1HT
J W McCoy will arrive Ihla ov
nlng with two car load of registered
Hulatelu milch co, purchaaed In
Ka.lern Ohio and I'ennaylvanta. Tho
lino hrd of mllcher. with three el
coptlon. I comtMwed of J-year-oldt,
Titer are &K head of heifers and
two bulls. Tho two bulla are prlie
winners, and merely by chance did
Mr. McCoy Und himself fortunate
enough to purchase them at a big
price.
The rows are the gathering of a
two weeks' trip through Iowa, Ohio
and Western I'ennayltanla, In an of
fort to And cows that would pleaae
Klamath farmer beat.
Comldorablo difficulty has been vn
countered by Mr. McCoy In the traits
portatlon of Ihe mllcher from Twin
rail, Iowa, to Ogden, Utah, owing
to billiard and snowdrift that
blocked traffic In various places for
sevnral hours. In a telegram from
Cheyentio, Wyo to Mra. McCoy, ho
dated that the rattle wero standing
Ihe long trip exceptionally well,
The two carloada of rows that are
duo to arrive tonight makes live cat
load of mllcher thai Mr. McCoy
has brought to tho Klamath llasln
within three) mouth. Those who
have procured rows from Mr. McCoy
am highly pleased wllh their pur
chase. It I hla Intention to make
another trip Kast In tho spring on a
similar errand.
Ili.nl Ihl rsamlaallett by me was
merely looking over lb oatariul part
of the body, and no physician assisted
me, nor was Mucker umla4 for
trace of laternal Injury,"
This Is the way Coroner Karl Whit
lock accounts for tk post tourism
lamination of the remains of the
man who dM suddenly at Merrill
t'riday, which the Northwestern slat
m waa performed. Yesterday that
'psper asserted that a post motlsm
eismtnstlon had ba perfermed: thl
) morning it Instated that such was
roe.
Il Is possible that Huckera death
was caused from fatty degeneration
or in bean," continue! Wkitiecg,
"but I mU Notthweeiem rrsB
tstlve that this could not be deter
mined without a post mortem etaml
nation by n phystclsa. I did not make
a positive statement la this effect."
The rsmalns of Kucker will leave
hem this afternoon for rati Hirer,
Calif, they will bo Interred In the
family plot there.
Ihe
JUDGE M'GINN TO
TRY CASES HERE
roRTMND Jt'HJHT WILL TANK
JUIMlr. Hr.NHO."N 1'l.AC. VOtl A
TIMKUKXAI. MAN WILL MC IN
IHIRTLAND
41 minute flat.
Oliver Millard of tbo Olympic Club
waa second and II I. Morton of tb
I'astlmo Club and VY, II, Qulnn of
the Y. M, C A. were llsd for third
plsro.
LAST RECEPTION
AT WHITE HOUSE
WKATMiat IH rAVOHANLK rOM
THK OtXHHlX I'HKHIHtCXT
lU.KCT WILL NOT knodckaei:
UNNrX'KNHAHY KAMI KHAKIM1
WAMHINIITON, Jan. 1, The sky
wna clear and the weather waa On
for the White House recaption. Thl
will probably b tho laat formal Now
Year reception at the White I lout.
Wilton hss announced that ho Intend
to eliminate unbeceassrr bsud shak
ing, and this Is regarded generally as
marking the passage of the reception.
MMMMMiwtiiiMMlMttaMHM4taMaMjMttafe
IOWAN IH RKATKN ALMOsTT TO A
fVW IN MUX
At No Hleaje of Um famaw MM)
Have a Uisaw m Wa
Ilea Ijssf, fat- IM4 Mia RM tm
rtght Hack fas Hfdte e aUa HaJw4B.
Or of Has Kea Cl1
Itartnc MaJf of Us safM
United I'raas Servfe
IJOH ANUKLtCH, Jan. 1. McCstf
established hi suraMCf la Use ksav
vywtlght division here worn wh a
gaiva I'aissr n Urrlto awaAsfaf- Tms
Ight waa stopped fey the wlec) am
lBf.ntall. round afMr Ttkmt vtaa
ascvany nwm ib najc at lie.
falser followed a nli.K Usor Rsng
ste feetttnc waa 10 g in fates- f
McCarty.
IMtewinc tn naissjrnsjas af taV
two men there were the tsseeJ enl
leaf, Issued. Ifeetraghra annaid
the delay la getting aurtasl. At 1:11
the man shook hand nasi sAuted
fighting.
(Continued
mi iii Htm em mm
en
I'agM )
United I'reo aVsrvtee
HAN rKANCISCO. Jan. 1 rrankle
Hums' secvada throw up the
In th soventeanth round of kle battle
here today with Harlem Teem Mar
CAR CRASHES .
INTO AN AUTO
WOMAN IH KII.1.KI) AND THHKK
OTHKKH ARH HKRIOUHLV. IN
JUHKIV-HCHNK WAH MARKKT
HTHKHT DUHINO CKLKRHATION
Unltad I'raas JMrvlea
MAN rKANCISCO, Jan. . Mrs.
Kugsne B, Hallstt waa killed and her
husband and Mr. and Mra. Jsrom
Newman war seriously Injured when
a ear smashed Into their auto on Mar
ket street during th calibration laat
Circuit Judge Henry Median la du
duo to arrive from Portland tonight
or Thursday to take tho place of
Judge Henry I.. Henson on th circuit
court bench fnr two wek. Thsr
are some rases coming up In that time
that Judge Henson Is disqualified
from ruling upon.
Judge Henson loft this morning for
Cortland. During tho tlmo Judge
McOInn Is In Klamath Kails hn will
grace the bench lu a Multnomah
county circuit court In his stesd.
DEMOCRATS SWAY
TWO ASSEMBLIES
COIXIKAHO ANI MICHKIAN LKtllrt
LATURMM AHK UONTHOLLKI) HY
JACKHONIANM MICHKIAN 'N
OOVKHNOH INACaUHATKI)
DKNVKH, Colu., Jan. 1 The Colo
lado state legislature went Into tea
alon at noon today, with an ovor
whelming democratic majority, Two
democratic United Slates senators are
to bo elected January 14, th aame
day that Governor-elect Amnions Is
Inaugurated.
Peace Envoys are Still
Unable to Get Together
But Little Chance of the Allies and
the Turks Being Able to Agree.
Allies Expected to Withdraw
United t'ross Service
LONDON, Jan. 1, Tbo peac en
voy were lu session an hour and a
half when they adjourned. No agrea
incut had ben reached. A formal
ending of tho negotiation Is believed
possible.
Tho allies Insist on the cession of
Macedonia and Salonika. They plan
to leave Ihe meeting If th Turka
adopt dilatory tactic
Keochld Is eipctd to we that
territorial matter fee left to th now
era.
After a ahort rce th avoy re
sumed th coafrMC. At I o'clock
the delegate war still at St. Jam
palace, discussing the sHuatwa.
T, C. While, who Is connected with
the Indian bureau, camo In Tuesday
to attend business matters. II will
return to tho Agency today,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Adams of
Merrill are spending the day In Klam
ath Kails.
LAN8INO, Mich., Jan. 1. The
Michigan legislature met at noon to
day. Simultaneously Woodbrldg
Kerrls waa Inaugurated governor,
Karris la th first democratic gov
ernor, elected In Michigan sine 1191.
Judge Drako
from Medford,
legal business.
returned last night
wher he went on
Albert Oehler, purchasing agent,
and II, V.. Hayden, engineer In charge
of operation and maintenance for the
reclamation service, are eipctd
home today from Texas, whore they
spent the past month,
Mr. R. It. Hamilton and daughter
Helen returned laat night from Salem,
wnere incy spent inree monins -visiting
relative,
j
William O. Downing of the Star
Drug company Is la Sacramento on
a business trip,
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REIDELBACH JURY
FAILS TO AGREE
TAI.KHMKN MRARINfl TMR CAM
AGAIN8T DYNAMITKR HTOO0
UKAIUAK2RKU ! TO U, AN HI
IIIHCMAMGKU THIM MOMNINeJ
United Freea.SerTlee
I.OS ANOKt.KS, Jan. 1. The Jury
In the case of Carl Keldelaach, whe
attempted to blow Up the aette head
quarters, waa discharged this morn
ing, After a deliberation of sevsral
hour they were ungate to return late
court with a verdlet.
The Jurors stood 10 to S la fever
of conviction. The foreman lays the
failure to agree to the failure of the
tate to establish certain facta In
eeaaoetloa with th eaae.
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