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WATCH YOUR HORSES ! ! ! Lots of Autos Going to the Bonanza Fair This Week
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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914.
ALLIES TRY TURNING von EM'S WING
JIT CENTER AND
LEFT OF FRONT:
HAIttttilt till.t, IMhHltH
d Viet Kprlf"
j WAWIIIN01ON, It C. H-pl '
w si. iijt on aituu.i luiAiiliniiUi
vol th io today iitd Hie
Hlver rni'l Harbor lroprls. j
Hon bill. Till allow 130.000.-
00 (or Ui trntrotcmniii of Imr-
bor farllltlM 'and (I.Bi.t..l '
throughout iti country
11 TtlM taltfl.lf I..I. it it... t.lll ,r,.... A
WV IIU'K'o WHM'K W I1JIII. ft,t Ulfr0 d,y rillbu.(rr
. I'll" Mllril.tltmuU JMirtm by
the fmimllr cfi r"Jflnl 1
Belgians Sighting Machine
Guns on an Automobile
AHIss AIkm-i oumpoI In Tumla (lip,
ft FUbk, llul Ar- Pi-rtr.l
MaWllll I' IUlll-Wcle
Von Iom Hur4iM' ftXMNWMMt AL
Itr. St) lUrvMNk Will Fall tUtk
Sum, I'wn- ( All l WVak,
lU ! iUmIi-
IMItlH, w,.. -."J. OftWUI. atv
Mral llul f.'rtiiit)' Mrrwgtli U
l lb AfM Tttr) Krlki llMat wiliim
fwiaUtu '" -Urr Milt h- Ngtrttait
4rfmltr tuier'r nwulilf f IVmrli
1W r)4.rt m u GoffB)ur jUt'
Urttl u- llul ttr allUV turning
SMrtr! m( Km- left oliHM-, !
thai Ihr Krtman rrMlrr 1. ! If f
Tfce irm rrnlrr a Ml Ml lu
rrrnulr iUMdrt egmtlrr Mo
Ualltd ft arke ?- "w"
I'AllM. pt JJ Garl Jofii
tsaorl in War Minister UU4ern-t
1911 im motunrm of tKtraliii-i IS
urn ifce (tvrman right flank contin
ue. II jay llrtirral TOa Kltlk lift
Utn ewtp, i rllr
II U Ulirtrtj ibai id Qcrttian tnw
lf ot rrtliunro t,ao rtacbed iltvtr
imllb, am rtftn t rtmiKllnl lo
llrnrral ur rmru from pvvrf
krrr loJItaln mn-rcM (or lh atllr4
Actordltif o tl,c war IBf tha Gr
mm ri itinit nrilv yMlpntar l
rrulo Mnu of iho lln lhau at no
ttbr llmo In I he ballla. Thy wrr
WOl ariitr Iwl ,r,n ItlilvlKa and h .
Ib, ind aim analnM lha lilhU ot
u Muco u Vo.rV,
ll U Utal, thouli, (hat Um Urr-
uet'MMii: mrrt:it mtm u i
,UMi;i AT .ITIIUItirilS
M:UIMI'i:it MAN, HIT
i:i''UT IK l.t'lHI'lliH'ft
Tltri U tnufh UuRh!r iiif nrt
a "war bulUUu," jMftHM lit ,Urt
tu Ibo ti)U tii)U rarl DiU mnrnlxn
tUv bttlUllii l l)tx"rHlii, all In onl"
Hal, and at.tiiurli atlfnllun l kHii
to lu nrthosraphlc roriorlur a lo
lia puntluaClon. rontlcuu y Itw
Wblfapr ll wai wrlitm or smiled
by Mr &lr or mid oliior irr
nivl known. InillU sbUK)liy, far from
lctuit (bo amld tlii, tna'fci Hip
butlctltt a liugv ))
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AX AIIMIKTICK W TAKKKN TODAY
HEAVY AT AISNE,
SAYS WAR DEP'T.
JLO.XDO.V HATS THK OEKMAMI AKK
ThU U lo IVraait Ccrllloaa to Lafi
Hi- CHjr WbUh VVUi (too B Vudtr
Klrt VHy at tlie OthT d of the
Itaille Uac I Alau Uei tteactlrd
TotUy bjr Uus Profrir, mad Tmopal
irajiur- 10 sucmtiniij waiBiotr- fe
Klak la Taken aa ImdUmtiom Thai
the Kaiarr la Xrartii ttie ld or
Mia Hiring AOricea Abo Rccalf rd
1'rrtatre for aa Attack:.
There That the fterntM
Going Bark Fire Mllea Day.
Hliu I lie nlirt uf thr Utniun Irom Dm vicinity of I'arU ban bKun Ihe iielf Ian army ba been beard from
uolii Tliry Imvp ial.ru tlit rltM, ami liAttt Ixni rultlnic German conimunlc.il Ion. ThU photograph how ono
if Uiclr mhclilnr KUit on at. armorrrt RiilomoMlf In action, The un hae tK-4-n tiled to great advantage,
moulnE Join hutidrnl of German aoMlcr In the solid farmailont In. which tbey dght. The gun ran hoot about
TOO hoi a inlnulr, and ll fn llflimciiU for unprolecifd aoldler to atand up (Wont It.
Untied 1'reaa Servlcv '
I'lrrnoaiuu. spt. 22. it u aM.:,,B,,,1 Vnm "
tioiincftl that the main Iluaalan forci LONDON'. Sept. 22. Tb loe at
Ue advanced, after enveloping tbejthe BrKIsh in the fighting along tba
Auotrlnn lino between I'rxem)! and AIne are tho greatfitt thus far In the
Jafatlof. ,camp4lgit. The war office announce
The real r-ltane- to the advance, "t the gapa have been Oiled.
of the Kuwlans la expected at Cracow, Military experts believe the Oer-
tbe northwestern tennluut of the bat- " "n crumbling usder the
tie 'line. Here the Auatrlaji reaervea'' ha-HWtl.
and German Uqdwehr are aaaaed. It I pointed oat that the (altar or
, I'rzemyl asked a five-hour araal-jtrie Gennana to so reinforce vo Klak
itlce, to give aoa-combatanU a chance la to ellmlnale the neceaaity for re-
,to leave, and
j along the line.
tkii was granted all
Mm. l-avllt lr-.
Mm. A. I.. Iravllt Irtl ihU morti
Ing lor a lojourn In a lower kUIiuiIp,
An her ta-allh UiA heftl poor IhU luro-l
tarr Mho will vUll her aon and bin.
wife, Mr and Mm, l.ralar LMttllt, i ;
IteddliiK, and from them will o In.
man right Ui licnt forced lo nutmj
a nearly north and nuth jtttton.
lo prevent Hi turning of tha lln In'
thn KoUon region.
Thorw vtui Kluk wn compelled to
put on the tiring lino all of lit rrln
(nifemcnt, in check th turning inn-
Jneura of Hip nlllrn. Had Ihnte uc-
iM.ln.l iIim1 tvitiitil lin furrnil lha
"" nowkero penalrate.1 ftto!vlirrf,nir lf 0 Kluk entire com-
trtoch line. The situation c8-llntitittil4(
'" frum the all lea' point of Th; -HM Bfrt ,rr,nK mr4 , brM
don ciu lliirlnw's lino, which weak- ,u'ii, s,iru k a mine In tli North Hot i North 8o when It
-if mqiraiiou are lhat lh- (lercned whan von Kluk was reinforced. iKt,.rit!y ami went down. Auothtr lorpedo sent from
TRAFFIC SUFFERS FROM MINES
PLANTED BY THE COMBATANTS
Two Cruisers Are Blown Up, an Unknown Ship Goes Down,
and There Is Much Loss of Life as
; a Result
CRACOW, (via Vieaaa. via Rome).
(Seat. 21. Most ot Ue aoa-reeUeaUa
'and tne non-co-juaU ot t-U city
Heft today, durlag the tve boar araala
tice. Polish. Hebrews aad I.lhuea-
Isna were- h flrst-to leave. I
The city la under martial law. The!
I governor baa coaSscated all food sup-i
plita aad other materials that might
The city, strongly garrisoned by
, Austrian troops and German land-
wehr, is ready for tho attack. Ret
ports this dfternoon say the Ruaslaas
have crossed the River San, and thai.
Cossacks arc ravaging the country as t
treat, shows that "Tne Germans are
near the end of tkeir string."
It is aaaoBsced teat tkVoerawn
rigkt is being pushes! back four mllea
CAR SHORT A6E
IS TAKEN IP
TELEGRAMS ARE SENT TO THE
SOCTHEBX PACIFIC ACTHOKI-
TIKS BY THE CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE TODAY , ,
Mr. Winter faaproves.
Within three or four days Mrs.
to pick up the sailors In the water,
the submarine launched two more to
pedoes, and these two cruisers went
The emitters were almost blown to
IlittRc tcnti'l stood by and rencuM rlhb. Tho bunt blew up and quickly Trawlers and destroyers nearby
1 tunny of Hiu passengers and crew. sank. . . tcscued hundreds of men from the
'" After this the lloguo and Cressy. North Sea.
t'nllod I'ri'n Hrvlte nout to Hie rescue of the survivors. Tho cruisers coat approxluiately
I.ONDON, Hopl. ti- It in aifiAa the melt we lowering boats to go' f 1,000,000 each.
I'nlitd I'r-sa rvlc j nouured that German submarines
I.OWB8TOFK, Kngland, Hpl. S2.l've dotroed the British armore.1
- A message Just received says an un.;!""" Abouklr. lloguo. and Cresioy.
known ship of about 12,000 tou bur ' Tho Abouklr was patrolling the
was struck by a
a German subruu-
u I In anticipation of haavr HblBBsaata
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J. Winters will be able to return ' of grain out of here In th nt few
from Merrill, acconllna; to Mr. Win-' . -od Ue poaaiklUty ot tkerr be-
tern, who went to the AUalfa City on
Monday to see her. Mrs. Winters suf
fered a fracture ot the hip Sunday,
evening, when the Winters car. con
taining Mr, and Mrs. Winters, R. C.
Groesbeck, Miss Jean Stewart and
Mrs. M. Townsend overturned.
Ing a car shortage then owls to the
demand for cars for fruit shipments,
the Klamath Chamber of Commerce
today took this matter up with the
The local situation was outlined in
full In telegrams sent.
Sees Russian Thistle
Alter GivkftkMoweLetier, He Writes lo Mayor ffl
ninnrn niuirt itnitT m uiiun innronuTrnuun
uluoco Dfiniio uui iu nin irncoDiicnmno . ;
RALLY TDHAY: ENCIRCLE fil IIVlOBHil NMsOu lst AmiMiaHvMHMltf
I'uttltig th cart before the horses,
imial, tlovernor WmI, after ho linn
Unied Klamath rails Ihrotighntit
Northwest by making public Hie
tier regarding alleged moral turptl-
1 .", n,, '"- iro, Is now in.
latlng. e hM wru)n M,yor
SJ " l",,'r' ""k,ng tnt "
'"cMenuiiy, this la the aecond lima
' wi has written lo Nicholas ro
MMiug the conduct of tat clly'a af
ww. Tin luteal Utur was written
";''" ., Pour days before
a i o . Ioverno' v lut I'orllaud
it.! . p"per" lb -t-t or Mr.
latter without making any
tod ot ,u inveitlgition at all,
la.l'.. .til0,,Bi'rt '-Iv your
dwuM0M may wfr.i, . om-
iiitliilrallnii recently received from
Mrs. I'. A. Moore, n saleswoman,
whom. It nppatrs, has been spettdliiK
n few day. In your city,
"If Mrs. Moore's statement Is trim
soma action should lie tukeii Inward
prosecuting (he guilty parties."
Tho charges are so absurd Hint
they tan enslly be dlsprovau. Mayor
Nicholas U thinking of contenting
himself with sending West copies ot
Hie Klamath Falls newspapers, with
stories dealing ou the subject.
"Mrs, Mooro'ti olmrgos mo so
groundless and ho vlnlonnry Hint I
don't consider there Is anything to In-
VMtlgat," said Mayor Nicholas hl
afternoon. "If tho governor wants to
Investigate and aand a man hero, ws
will ba nulr too glad to help him In
vsry way, providing that he will ,be
fair enough to give full publicity 'to
the tr conditions htr."
I.N'STITITIO.N'K AT CK.NTUAI.IA
AND TKXI.VO FAIL TO GI'EX
TIIKIIt IMMHtrt AITKIt KXAM-j
INEIIS L(HK AT IIOOKK
WOltKEH HKItK FROM AHHLANH,
AMI WILL 8PKAK AT THE
MEKI'IXG THIS AFTKUXOO.V
AND EVENING AT COVRTHOVHE
Hulled Press Hervlit
CKNTHA1.IA, Wash., Sept. 2X,
The United Htutea National bauk, with
depotilts of moro than a million do!
tins, and the Union Loan aud Trust
company, with deposits aggregating
moro than n quarter of a million,
(nlleil to open tholr doors this morn
liitf. ThU followed an Inspection of their
books by Dank Examiner L;'L. Mullt,
The Csntralla 8Ute bank at Tenlno
also owu'ed by the same 'interests,
likewise closed Itt doors,
A prohibition rally la being held to
duy under the auspices ot the "Out-tu-WIu"
orcaulxatlou. A session was
held in the circuit court room at the
court house this atUrnoon and an
ith( at S o'clock tonight.
M. F. Chllds, wko has boen work
ing for tho teinprac7cAuao In Jack
son county, Is hare- at the meeting,
Local speakers will also take part.
I The Eskimo, pay kk Asjetor1 hU
fee aa soon as he grrHrnf. It the H
"ki iivmi iv n s. it aui ll
TRIP WILL UE MADE OX NIGHT
OF OCTOUEIl SECOND, WITU
STOPS AT HOUSES OF THE
"A tour of the world" la the unique
social arranged by the Ladles' Aid
Society of the Preabyterlan church
tor tho evening ot October 2d, ThU
will bo given for the purpose ot rais
ing funds for the society,
A start will bo uiado at the home
of some member, which will be desig
nated aa some country. The house
will be decorated lu accordance with
the nation It represents, and charac
teristic refreshments will be serve.
At each country utrecUona wlU be
given how to ranch the next, wblea
wlUvb' few blocks .
By O. A. STEARNS County Fruit Inspector
Some time last spring I called the
attention ot our county commission
ers to the report I had heard that the
Russian thistle had appeared In some
parta of the county, and gave th re
sult ot my observation of ita ravagea
In the state ot Idaho, Wyoming and
While going to Merrill on last Fri
day to attend the district fair nt that
place, I saw a confirmation ot the ru
mor aa to th presence ot that dread
scourge. In th Ian westward from
the Stukel, brWsje, both In the road
way and In tc $lds on ltar sWe
for perhaps halt a mil, 1 aaw the
Russian thtatt 'growing In all Ma
crimson glory, unmolested and un
touched. ThU. too, on on ot our moat tray
14 highway. '
Waattar H nrnMsM to
through Ignorance of it nature or
through pure neglect ot their duty by
our county officials, whose duty It la
to look after such matters, t am un
able to say; but would be false to my
duty as a clttxen of this county It I
failed to call attention to the dnir
that th agriculturists ot thl eonnty
are facing In it continued reiir.
I will call the attention ot th
ty court to Section && '
elusive. In' Chanter 17. Yug III
Bisiuv oi uregent
Section 458 "ll shall he th duty
ot each road supervtow In eh road
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