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WATERLOO AND BRUSSELS ARE
BELIEVED TO BE THE OBJECTIVE
POINTS OE LATE MANEUVER
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ml Iff Urn-, ttllli Ia.uhm-, Walrvloa
td HruMfU itio objective point.
.! iiuuk of (IrrtUAM iMfaalry,
uppurtnl by artillery, cavalry imI
uulur)rU rurpt, lt reparle-1 pre
tag lit llclgUM aHpual. U bo
line! tviijUn IImI iIm getter! smI
im.fi. ulll Im imtemt Ml itaytighl tfl
Tho wr uflk ar tbe (Ivrmaa
riiuliUi (i fur are In ucm of 10,
000, UiMri thousands o( prisoner
In tip of tti enormous (leroiSB
irengtb, l Is only a question of time
uhtll tbr HelsUn resistance li crush,
Indications am (but front re
mm and lb English force are pre
fared to ((bl If lb lislgtaa lines
rr penetrated. Tbe location of Iblt
force l kept Mertt, but lb war of.
ntc says "Tommy Atklaa' will give
ut,mt account of himself.
The !,( form are still bln bom.
Warded, but are holding out.
United lm thtrvlrw
IICIU.IN, Aug, 13 (rlolaypd brtniM
Joubly cniord), Th German d.
vnc lonard Frnc li proctdlnk
I lannml. und ib loi bln itii
llned wore all anllclpaltd, aayn lht
Tim ofllcUU add lht (bo forward
Building Charge Not Dee
"Hecretary Laae today ordered
loatMMHimt 7Meat of bl!Unc
tharge iMmillaig Um lawuN of rub
He notice iiadar Um reelamaltoa
"Circular letter f olio we,'
Tho aboye teUgran waa received
ly I'roject Manager J. J, Camp to
day from Comptroller Kyas of Ibe
Thla la tho first direct benaflt to
bu derived by the water tuera from
Die paaaage of tho exteoilon bill, The
pnyroeat which the order postpone
waa to kave beeoae due tomorrow,
The pttpMmt order, It la M
deratood leeally, la far the purpoae of
Official Subpoenas San Francisco
motoractil continue along tlie Hum
,o Kcttrflkl 111 rle,l, nd lbo
y the (( Dial tlio advance toward
Pari ttinttftUt tt)uw that the claim
of'OeftSiatl dliUt are (tttl'tll
U'ulted I'd" iWtlre
IIIU'HHKlJl, Aue II The new.-
apers uxilgbt printed rumor, at
tributed to (5rrmn prisoner, ibal
fieri. l tor, Kmmlrl, committed iul
ci'to, Thl l Mid lo bv foltid
m rebultr from ibi (tnrl iitH fnr
torn uf liU 0rk In llir Grit!
(tnlUd l'i" itortlr
I'AHIH. AU, II Tb nrtMl
Ccbllttc U rKrt4 from tb Vw'
rcton, l tm ar oRtrx rtlmlnj( iht
lb Kfeiitli won hvt afltr nv d)
of rtliilft. turlinc "bon ,,,r Gf-'
man tfUrmt'led to retake the routet
txoipleil Kunday by the Trench.
ti ! riltttA thai Itin trtirh nf
fanilkn vttrk vn tutuiftnr. hd that '
tlio (lermam. In addition to bavlnrx
poor ammunition, bad their rapid
flreri repeatedly Jammed.
Ijlr dlapatcbee ay the Krencb .
made repeated bayonet rbarce, and
lnJt ibat tlio Trench bold Tvry part'
and dominate the valley
llim' fnmi Itlitte t
Mr. and Mm, (leorae Walton
Mid 'auiblrra, lleatrlrt ini Kntb
erlne, who have ben oJournln at
Kale l(ld( for a wk, returned
borne late IbU afternoon,
llerr o a VWl
Sir, i. H, Key of llakenllnld li
iere aa tlio aueat of her brother and
UteMnOaw, Mr. and Mr. Oirar I".
Wllley. Mr, Key baa vUlted the
Klamath country before and I much
Intprexed with It.
Hoy la llrllrr
Hurls Maton Jr., Ibe four year old
on of Mr. and Mr. Durge Maton,
who baa been In a precarious condi
tion owing lo throat affeetloni. li
much Improved of late.
Until New Public Notice
giving the reclamation aervlee and
water uaera aaeoclatlona an oppor
tunity to rearrange their accouuta to
compliance with tho new reclamation
In addition lo the Herald' United
I'roaa dlapatch 'regarding the algnln
of Ibe reclamation extension bill, Bee
rotary Klder of the Klamath Water
Uaorn AiHoclatlon received tho follow
Ing wire from Congressman Hlnnott
"Hoclnmntlon bill signed by pros!
And Hie Herald received this one.
from him I
"President has signed the reclame
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914
Three Foreign Cruisers Awaiting for Prey
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I'.ople of ibe Atlantic
cltlr hae been eirlted for evrral
d) over the prence of ieven for
elKii rruhera alttna to ratcb llnrr
of Ibelr enemle coins to or from
New York, llOMon and i'bttadclpbla
Tb Dresden, the Mtrnbur and
the KarWruhe, Oerman warhlp. tbef
Derrick, the Ijho and the lAncaater.
Ulnnitlng to tho llrlllah Rovernmcnt,
and tbo French crulter Conde are the
e4tel ra captalna have reported J
Vet their preence baa not hindered j
aeveral faat veatela from slipping In I
and out of New York. The Cunard'
liner I.ualtanla, th fatet and one '
of the largeat liner, slipped out in
the dark Tuciday morning and head
d for Liverpool. The President Lin
coln of the North Herman Lloyd, a
Oerman company, arrived Tuesday.
Hut the dana-er of the cruiser has
been sufficient to keep In port the newhargssl. was held In Europe.
Vaterland, of the Hamburg-American It was expected that wben the Brit
line, the largest vessel in the world jlsh, German and Trench cruisers
H. C. TELFORD
HOATflUILUEJi UHKATHKtl BM
I.AHT AT CAMP IN THK MOUN
TAINS. NO FUNERAL A R.
Word ns rccolvcd todny that 11. 0.
Telford, who was taken seriously 111
at Fredenburg Springs near Jcnuj
Creek, died last night. All of the
members of the family were there at
Details of the sickness are unobtain
able, owing to tbo luacoeasablllty of
the camp. It la known, however, that
the stricken man had soveral hem
orrhages, and that Wednesday night
ha took a decided turn for the worse.
Karl Whlllock left today for the
Springs to convey the roiualns here.
The funeral arrangemeuta will bo an
The passlug of Mr, Telford ia a
source of genuine regret to nearly
every resident or Klamath Falls, for
although he took ao prominent part
in the city's affairs, he was ever
aeaboard II aS '.. s' MA.'lt' 5 " "
II -"Ti'' t.-Wf.
, ,"W'lr m. itt
and the mot coatly. The Imperator,
of this same company, the
J ready to aid any movement, aud his
ruin rmuu. w awn uv.-
Ings hero wero characterised by all
as thu work of the practical Chris
tian. Ho was a prominent factor in
the Presbyterian church.
Prior to coming to Klamath Falls,
several jesrs sgo, Mr. Telford resided
at a rants 1'bji, and at one time ho
waa In charge of Coleatln Springs.
He was employed aa a carpenter when
be came here, at the time that a num
ber of people were aeadlng away for
steel boats for local waters. Concalr.
Ing the plan of establishing a boat
business, he won success from the
star;, and this summer, In addition
to building boats for uso on all local
waters, tbo concern haa been shipping
to other places.
In addition to Mrs. Telford, deceas
ed is survived by three sons, Hay,
Harry nnd Wilbur, sad one daughter.
How to Sharpest Bcleeora
In the Septomber Woman's Honie
Companion Hppeara a department en
titled "The exchange," In which con
tributors kIvo practical housekeeping
suggestions. A New Jersey woman
tells as follows how to sharpen scis
To sharpen scissors, take a bottle
and cut with the scissors as if you
had to cut the neck off the bottle.
This Is effective.
came In sight or each other there
would be a battle ou the Atlantic
coast, which would bring the Euro
pean war home to Americans more
FOLK RANCH HAS
BIG HRE LOSS
bKVERAL BARN'S FULL OF HAT
DESTROYED, ACCORDING TO
ARRIVALS FROM THE OAZEIXK
The Kdeon-Folk company suffered
the loss of several barns full of hay,
according to reports brought here to
day by arrivals from Yreka way.
Tbo party had no particulars u to
the complete extent of the loos, or the
cause of the Are.
An Immense amount of hay Is put
up at the Folk ranch at Oaselle ev
ery year, as this Is one of the Im
portant feeding points for stock In
Called lo Oakland
Mra, Don J. Zumwalt and Miss
Hetty Bell leave In the morning for
Oakland, where they are called on
account of the condition of the
former's sister, who waa hurt la aa
E It H A V IT
Just what has happened to
Ibe Associated Press, with ft
men on tbo Job In all parte of
tho world? Is it possible that
they havo broken down under
their twenty-four hour vigilance,
or are all of the force busy get
ting out the "reliable" war
new, or gathering up the wreck
age strewn along Ibe California
coast by tbo fatal mishap to the
Canadian cruiser Rainbow
which reached the Victoria har
bor all O. K. yesterday after
At any rate, the Washington
office seemed to be slumbering f
yesterday, and tbe biggest piece
te of news of tbe year for the Weet
e and for Klamath county, the ei
signing of the reclamation ex- e;
tension bill by tbe president,
. was misted entirely. And when
; a query was sent to tbe Assoc!-
ated Press regard lag it last
night, the answer was. "No,"
despite the United Prese die-
patch and two wires from Cos-
gresaman Stanott to the eon-
Notwithstanding which, the f
reclamation service baa leaned
an order poetpoalnl the pay-
menu dne tomorrow nntn saen
time as arrangements for It are
completed under the new bUL e
HAS CLOSE CALL
DROPS THIRTY FEET FHOM WW-
DOW AND STRIKES ON A HUC
OF BLOCKWOOD IN YARD
ON LV SUOHTLY HURT
With only a fractured arm and
many bruises to show for It, three-year-old
Noland Araett, son of Mr.
and Mrs. M. Amett, is recuperating
from the facts or a fall that might
have Injured him selously.
Breaking through a screen that he
had been pitched against while play
ing, he felt from a window is the up
per floor of the Hasten House to a
pile of blockwood thirty feet below.
Ranch Will Be Sold
New Concern Also Pluiwg Many ltyeaMiU
That Klamath Falls will have a
warehouse In all that ,tbe name Im
plies Is now an assured fact, for D. J
Deamond and his co-operators sre
even now making arringemenU to
choose one oi several sites available.
The warehouse will be operated In
conjunction with the. other Interests
of the new concern, aad the comple
tion of their present plans means u
great deal for thla community.
Tbe two meat markets Just pur
chased from Crlaler A; Stilts will con
tinue In their present locations, aad
contemplated Improvements will add
to their usefulness. The slaughter
x RAISE IN PRICE
HEPORTM INDICATE ARTIFICIAL
New York's East Side Peer Are ft-
t ertesj svs a Keenlt of
tbe Pricesv Snamv Gea Up
Foeu- mtu m Hnaidssd fa.
casco. Dtstriet Auesmsy
Wlxi lean ass a
! United Preasj
.SAN FRANCISCO. An. 14.
Jumped naetner iftr av
poaada today. It mw oeelo at IT.Ia
Federal XMattlct Attaraew
Moaday beclaa a proa lato tao
es of the advance la tlso arte of food
stuffs. He haa enepoeaaad tao aaam
agera of toeal radaartas aaai naaay
United Preaa gerrie
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. Is.
The preliminary reporta front federal
dtstriet aUerasm.to tke dewurUseaU
1 of Justice, ladleat that many of the
'Increase la the price of foodatnfa
are speculative and not JostHed. A
conspiracy la hinted at by saany of
Telegrams received by Attorney-
! General McReynolds srstoUi emeet
I that meat, egg, knttsr, a toy and
'caeeo dealers are creating aa artl-
fleiai famlae. and are
age for their prodaeta.
NEW YORK. Aag, 14. With, U
'price of food soaring, tan asopls of
the East Sldo are snffarlag from
hunger, and many or actually atarr-
Tbe also of loaves of bread asade
and sold in the Bast Side district aaa
beta reduced to aa etaes aad a half.
Mrs. Arthur E. Whitman, who has
been at Blackburn Hospital several
dnys. has been removed to her home,
as her roadttloa la greatly Improved.
house 'a to be Improved and enlarged.
An agremeat with the Messrs. Crla
ler and Stilts haa beaa, entered lato
whereby the ranch belonging to them
la to be taken ever aa aooa aa the
growing crop Is harvested.
Messrs. D. J. Deemoad aad;W. P.
Johnson are at prcseat ,ia Caleage,
but will retura here la a few days,
when developments may be asa sated
to take shape la the eempletlea of
the plans of the new eaterjKaM.
Oeorge Watt, geaaral awaafer of
the eoaeera, aew la thai eMr, waa
Joiaed today by H. J. MeOaart, of
Nevada, waa was bate eee tfea
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