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KLAMATH FALLS'
OFFICIAL NKWSPAI'KK
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KLAMATH COUNTY'S
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER,
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KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON. THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1915
Price. Fre Onto
m
RUMOR SAYS THE
NEW COUNCIL IS
PLANNING CUIS
INOlTUIAL MEETING is III
MONDAY MGIIT
Famous Galician Stronghold Again Changes
Nationality; Teuton Forces Oust Russians
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lien the new immcll will ! sworn'
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i. .ml I i. ... m- foici' Is retreating toward l.ckburg. began a grand drhing attack, using wore captured by these troops.
Iirill IV luiii' .T 'I h fortress of Gorman cavalry Is harrabslng tlio icar all nvallablo forces to make tbo de- The great 42-centlmeter guns were
Mrinrul raillcnl cut- ..re to In- made: ,.,. , a hIiiUcbIc ikiIiiI In Onll- oliimni. Most of tlio Russians aban- font of the Russian to overwhelming brought Into play by auk rns
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CUl, WIlMIl "IIH lU.IMHI'U H) III" nun
m n.c elt'n nolle nml Htreel depart
, ,. tK hinted. Tho new roim.laiiH n ...uplo of months ago. follow-
i i... lug n long siege, has been icc.iptiiied
cllmcii tiro not talking mui-li. 1ml " " "K ' " '.. ... .......
il.olr frli'inlH an lining a llttln koh
ilPliliiK for tlii'in.
IOI..I1UIH .MOSI OI lllf) li.I'jM.U.1'3 UUtlll- leal III 111U IVU&n.ilun v (n-l ,1 livimiuh i'lun(,ni ,,,w .. wj
ilonoil the fortrosi )ostcnlay boforo that It would serve as a lesson to and the shells from the gigantic Sko-
il.f grind nftsnnlt was made some of tho smaller Halkan countries das soon reduced tho outer forts.
Aiound StravJ 12.17." prisoners rontemiilatliig entrance In the w-.it Ton and Eleven were the objects of
b (:,.nil mm. .Marknuon'H AmhIio- w.-h. taken. .,.... .- -. .
(lermauauny. The city was acctplcil The Mil of ITmiihI gleh on -Mao- Urltlsh correspouuents preu.ci a . .----.-- '" " ' '
iplng for tUfin. i.l :, 3f this morning, accoiillnij t'.Hl.eiueii control of tho strategically Slav retreat to lmuerg. ah aioug '" ".- . .-
Momlny ovoulng all live of tho new . I1iii.u.iiu.il telegraphed hwe Important railroad connecting I'rzem- the sixty mile front tho retreating Md (Captured guns
...... ........ , i ,.i ,..! inm.im, iniiuiina firo linltip linrrnssed bv nr- commission.
rouncllmcn held ,. ......ling behind a iron, Ai.H.r.ai. um..,,.,.!, ,B man Uhlans. . IMrograd dispatches today eUte
locked door In tho committee room at ( S,n(, , , ,.r SllUl.(. Tho Bavarian regiments pla)ed a Hint there was a shortage of ammu-
ilu- new city Imll. Callers were told viysSA jlmo3Mmi) prlnonera. I.ONIJON, June ::. The nuw of brllllMit part In the Przcmysl cap- nltlon at Przemysl.
that thlM wn ii private hmbIoii, and f()() Uw ull nmnmu,,,, f war the fall of Irzeni)sl was momentarily Hire, according to all reports, and This is the third time that Brze-
ihnt tl was held for the purpose of W.r(1 uipllci, th Przemysl, expected hcio thoy were tho main backbone of the mysl has been besieged since the war
. ....... -.1,.,,- i., ,.,i. mm i, ,.f ii... TiiiRHinn l.nto Pitcril.i the iVu9tro-0ermans Teutonic army. Four of tho forts started.
kciiiim; Hi'Vi'rai v.i.ii i.in-"in"no " i uu uhhu .!, . ..- -.-- .
Mince, ho tbero would be lesi clush
imoiig the uiuncllmcn when the new
iioiird goea Into olllco Monday.
It Is uniU'Mtooil that at this iiivot
,UK the members agreed that the po
llco force !ioulil bo cut down to two
men. a ilny policeman, who would
.lino bo potindmiiHtor, and u night po
liceman. Another cut which Is said
ki Imvo been dlHcimsed Ik the morgliiK
of the olllcoH of olty engineer and
treet commissioner, anil tho .etiiln
ng of City Knglneor McLean to 1111
(ho now position at u better fakir)
i bun ho Is now pnld.
licorgo T. McUonald, who oper
,iten u Hinnll storo next to tho bath
hoiiHe, Ih said to be tho man favored
for Chief of I'ollio Smith's place
Knur of tho embro coiincllmeii are
said i favor him
MEXICAN MUDDLE
GETS NO CLEARER
I oiled I'rens SerTlce
WASHINGTON. D. C, June 3. The xtafo ilemrtmiiit today
eil that urrnngeiuonts arc being made with the Brazilian minister In Ste
ico City to bring out 150 American and other foreigners who are facing
starvation.
The administration is prepared for anything in Mexico.
The cabinet tomorrow will consider uhat will be a "reasonable time"
lor Hie factions o get together in. It Is belieTert that a fortnight will be
llm time fcet. t
Tlierc Is a possibUlj-, though, that President Wilson's hand any be
forced before that time. This is owing to the disquieting report of Asser
ilium being killed in Mexico.
Dispatches from Laredo nidicate tliat the CarranzisU hare decided to
piepnre for host ill ties instead of harmony. Thi faction baa Just Uken in
mi exirn 400,000 rounds of ammunition for the Northern Mexico anaeaml,
ami more is reported on tho way there.
A man with whom the president lias discussed at length the Mexican
!lt nation says tiiat the assumption that tho American army and nay ny
be used to bring pence in Mexico is misleading. He says this may come,
but he believes it highly improbable, from Wilson's attitude.
it is bclieTed that Vasquea Tagle, who was minister of Justice daring
the Madero administration, will beconsldered to lead the goremMent
temporarily. He will resign in favor of the "iron wan" the factions
choose.
i ulled Press Service j
XOGALES, Arizona, Juno 3. Horiemen returning from the Mexican
border today report that Sirs. I. E. Bowers who with her husband baa been
licsicgcd by Mexican bandits at their ranch house at Noria, Sonotn, has
escaped after several days' fighting. The fate of her husband is unknown.
AAANY
GOING
UIOIMS Wll.l. STAUT
riiA.Miii:it ok coMMi:iin: to-
MOHI'.OW JIOIIXINd POUT-
i,axi joiutr.iis o.v juxKirr
khaki-clad battery of territorial nrtll-
leiy fired the royal saluttntrStrJainesr
Park, and nalutcs were fired at noon
it Windsor At most of the leading
naal and military stations nowhere
w:.s the training of troops Intended
for the front interfered with.
Tho usual birthday reviews were
... a.. .1r.A,l.fi- Til. trlntr FAnnllTA!
1'ItOM KI.A.M.VTlt HOY WHO IS MIDSHIP- the usual congratulations from the XI'.WSPAPER MAX APPOINTED Bi
world S rulers, muufcu uaiuiau; lucit
was no word from Germany, Austria
CANAL or Turkey
10 GARRETT TO BE
LA PINE MEET AT 'FRISCO FAIR
REPRESENTATIVE-
CHOSEN FOR S. F.
t nlted Press Servica
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 8-Secretary LhuUcy M. Garrison of Uw
uar department today denied stories that any moTement of treepe Ma
lars or militia because of the German and Mexican situations, were order-
... .i.mI.M Ho InxlUn that 1ST SBAieiUUt ot'tTOOMI nOtd
lli, tr ci.u w;mj.-.. -. -
hs-iiCTiWthejrontlneofirMaferfrom postjo pont " "
.MAX AT NAVAL ACADIJ.MY WILL
MAKi: Till!' THHOUGH
ON Till: WISCONSIN
Kl.imi.lli Palls will be leptesented W Sturllng (iarrett, bon of Mr. and
at tho big meeting at I-n Pine Satur- Mis J. II, Garrett of this city, uud a
day bv sevetal auto loads of people. m ond ) ear cadet at the United States
u ' ... .,i..i.A of tho Chamber NumiI Academy as Annapolis, will
... i ....ii.... l. ,.i..,. ... i.i c. I'linii, tu tho Pannma-Pacllle exposl-
.Mayor Aiciioias lino i . . ,,r t oiiuiu'rce are imhh-h wm. "- -
U-nvItt woro not In atton.lanco at the (ni, ,l1ari,tlos hao been secured, and Hon In July ltli the I eel the navy
Monday session. NMcholas has views , nll,oNlH wHlllnB , join In the trip will send through the Panama canal,
of his own about how tho police ilc' llbkll(1 ,0 bo at the Chamber of Acco.dlng to a copy of tho It lnorr.ry
imrtment nun other city affairs should Coinraorco before 0 o'clock tomorrow w-m to his pa.c.its t.arrett will make
be conducted, mid he has attained n mor,nK. the trip on the I, b. S. iscousln.
reputation during his three )iiiih of tmii( (rp ft nllI11,lir of puimluent The licet will leave Annapolis Sun
olllc.. for speaking right out In meet- al)ml moll ,, nR1cUuuilBtM In the 'n . '' ttol "l uantanamo.
lug his frank opinion about matters. .,. Iin,.,v tn be at l.a Pine Sat- Colon. Panama. Mag.lalcna Uay. San
" ' wt t ..... l.. 1 C".... I3.nt
lust how lie anil the now council- . Theio are alho a good many I'lego, i.os .Mige.es ..uu a.. :.
WARNER TELLS
HIS TALE, TOO
CHAMUEK OF COMMERCE DI
HECTOHS TO HAVE CHARGE OF
THE KLAMATH BOOTH
WILSON "BONES" JIM THORPE IS .
UP f OR ANSWER DOING FINE NOW
i
LEGAL OPINION REGARDING I FOKMEB WORLD'S CHAMPION
men's Ideas will meet Ik a matter tl
ninny aro Interested In
mt
Mrs. IHhol C. Mackenzie wiih do- " "" "
-. ... h, Rim Kriui- M.S. IMttlird T. StoU'sblir) . w Ifo of
cIsco on tho ground Hint she had (lie Phlhul-'lplila hanker, has a ht lix.
lost her Atnerlrnn citizenship by of pearls which cosl mor ti linl n
marohiK Gordon Mackenzie, a sub- million dollars and Is probably tlio
Ject of Oront Ilrltaln. residing In CM- most u.luahlo collection ever gotten
lforn(li together and worn by one person
Vandals Damage Auto
by Shooting It Through
Aftei examining twenty-two wit
nesses, tlio state closed at 9:30 this
morning In tho trial of Cody E. War-
Dlego, ..os Ango.es anu nan era - qX q gett, fire to tno
im.,,1 lobbe.s in tho crowd, and else, leaching the litter city juimu .,.,.,... ..fo ,. wlnter. Ten
man) nuvtteis of Importance to Cen- ilB Jl"' 22d If possible, Jlei.sous mno s0 fur beeu examined
,n.l Oregon will bo up for discussion onneii win got ...... ..K -...-
up here for a lslt while tho licet Is
at tho exposition.
At a meeting of tho directors of
tho Klamath Chamber of Commerce
last night Philip J. Sinnott, news edi
Itor of the Herald, was appointed as
Klamath county representative at the
oxposttion, to take charge of the
DEFENDANT ON STAND IX OWN Klamath booth In the Oregon build-
IIEHALF DENIES ALLEGATIONS i,1Bi give out Information regarding
tw-i.-tusa tho county, etc.
A course of illustrated lectures on
Klamath county will also be given at
tho Sunset theater, at the fair
grounds
OF MISSING STATE
REGARDING FIRE
ENGLAND
KING
t;i:oit(;i: is
CKVITRV
NATES
IIRIGIIT UNIFORMS
b) the defense.
S.neral witnesses wero put on the
st md to testify as to tho chnracter of
Isndoro Mnustilsliall, the state's main
Informant. They testified It was bad.
John Stewart testified that he was
the first at the flro, and he said the
tiro was in the kitchen behind the
stove, and .Mrs. Warner, formerly
Mrs, Petersteiner was also questioned
and cross questioned.
Warner was placed on tho stand Iu
i his own behalf late this afternoon.
,11'ST AT THE IIALFiho donied tho allegations made
.,.,. ,.,. ... .... agnlust him by Maustilshall, who said
MARK-WAR M.IMI- (n Wan)e. get th(J flre Md also
VLIi POMP, AND XO.th.-it Warner threatenoa to kiu mm
If he over told
youth seemed prejudiced against him
for soveral days beforo the fire
'S
HAS A BIRTHDAY
PROGRAM READY
FOR TOMORROW
niif WILL HE HELD IN THE
.MORNING AND BUSINESS MEET
ING OF THE ASSOCIATION IX
THE AFTERNOON
GERMANY'S CONTENTIONS IX I
REGARD TO LUSITAX1A TO BE
READY SOON
ATHLETE. NOW IX THE INTER
XATIOXAL CIRCUIT, SHOWS
GREAT FLASHES OF CLASS
I
United Press Service I'uited Press service
WASHINGTON. D. C. June 3. JERSEY CITY, N. J., June a. M
d,,-,. wnr..i ivin annn have leeal Thorpe, member of tho Giants squad
opinions regarding German's conten- for three years, and one of the blwest
tions in the Lusltanla matter, and netocxnoim uiympic aiuieies, u
win then decide whether or not these' with the local team of the Interna-
opinions will become a part of his re-tional League.
joiner. since ms aaveni juiu iuo reo
Tho cabinet will consider the re- just below tne Dig circuit morpo um
Joiner tomorrow, and the opinion is
that they will declare Germany s con
tention that the Lusltanhv carried
shown Hashes of brilliant playing
ability but one flash does not make
a ball player, as John McGraw found
lei.iiu.i iiiui. io o ---- i- - -.--.
arms and Canadian reservists as Ir-'out after three seasons of coaching
.... ir ll.lo le rinna It will Strlll Ot TIlOrDO.
luiuiuiu. iu. - w
the Gorman note of IU most vital con- But the Giants have an lronbound
tentlona
contract on Thorpe's services for aa-
Tk n'fflrinvttR niirnnrtlne to show other year, and should the Interna-
h.t .i. i n.iinnin cnrriAii nrms andrtional League experience develop.
mniitnt,c will ho considered. how-,Thorpe he will undoubtedly wear if
ninnr'o nntftrm Mfrnlfl T1AX VA&f. tl
tL W
AXD
ARE SEEX
One of tho moHliluMaully and wiin-.and casings that we..' pm.ciure.l h
. ....ii..,.. ,. pnniimrallvolV now
....... .. ....u.i..n..H .. M..n.vtnil llllli:in .,u
'ii nun iji iiiiiuminiii viui ii"
mid Phj. rieivlio
The following program will bo ren-
reatenea to i u. mm Houston.s opera houge pre.
Warner said that tho . ,lllalraB nffnra nf the an-
iet..u& inu wmo... - --
mini stockholders meeting of the
r soveral days beforo the fire. Kmth Water Users Associatien:
ivi,m il, flro lrnlfo mil Wnrnor l""""1"
.i,i i,n uK in the Petersteiner aDart- 10-00 a. m. -" Seed Improvement,"
Tiniest Nation on
Earth Gets Warlike
LONDON, Juno 3. Willi hib couu- mcnls, where all tho restaurant em
t i
ji
jii
isa
County Agriculturist H. Roland
illelH woro romparaiivoi) ..u ..w., . . .. .l "' ,...:. .., ,.., ,,, p.tniavr.
, ifinnuith (iv engaged iu tno wor.ua ki"".i pioyes iivou, uuu w.ia timj.ut. ...v
. Arnnt was on ina " '" " ... .. ,.,.,. i.. ...,..!.,.. nii,r .., ,i. n ,i,i nt i.io rfnrio in ,,i .n . "Prnioct Maintenance.
nero occur ro.1 a coupio or uuys k -- . miaimii that wnr, wiik mfrBu ' luu' l" )iiiiui.i'h. .. " ." -. -.--- -----
. .... ,,.. i,.,l'H wl10'1 h0 lm,,.', '...., i.i r.iitii birthday under clrcum- carrying out a sowing machino and Project Manager J. G. Camp.
...... . w .-.. '-' caused htm to ";"" " "ices ,thout precedent In Hrltlsh olp.ng move the piano from the U:00 . m...Preedom of the Press." ,
Home roiscream wim gi... ... -- )mo on to town. .... '"" -"' , , f(. centuries. Ills eld- burnllB building, and also of making' s&mwX M. Evans
m nil of tho tiros on Herbori AraniH(A,t nun ms uiui. - .... - ioU, Mn soveral membors ineffectual attempts to carry the cashi
. ... . . . .. t I........ Ai.mit wont out In the laiu'i a ., ,i . . ...
iiiiiomouuo, snot nnu uroKo oim iu,riiui ,..-.-- 0f his family nro witu ins so.u.era miogisior our.
.... . . ...... .... . -it ..... .....ni.ltw, in Inn' In tlio injuria mi, , .... . ., I ..... .... tif.. -.. xin.,D
.no iront inmps, snot ins noin on nn- ' ,i,nipii tho lie d and on son, aim inn i". "- Alter u.o ...u h..ii " - ... . . .
i-ar. shot through tho ffcdor and shot and ll.oy found It wantonly damaged e lie n in noar,n,.hnU told all tho employes of the; Tho a ternoon session will begin at
Into the engine through tho hood. At least llftcen shots had boon ill e.l J ,. f,.ont Uool, restaurant that when he first saw the 2 o'clock with i the , vote on the do-
. . . .... .i .iu wheels, etc. No ''"" i , ., . .. .. !. t.n nrenao of tho directorate, mis win
Tho car has been brotght to town into m u '"""":.",,', woull, Accordingly the royal birthday was lire no '" --' - " 1 :;"fn ,. . by the - e
for ropulrs. Home doubtvwhother It'cluo una oi - --- nnnllllo obMrVcd very quietly, nnd was shorn
will ever bo ronalrod aMlclont to suggest tno person . .- . mnitarv Domo and display, A
11
;30 a. m. "Co-Operatlou," Presi
dent Abel Ady.
make It of any use. Tbo Iftier tubes for tho cowardly trick
0 110 lUOUglll H mo """if ( " . , - , , ,
Tho court room Is well filled with' be followed by the general business
. .S hn naannlailnn
A spectators during tho trial. t .i i" .i..
Lulled Press SerTlce
LUGANO, Switzerland, Juue 3.
News agency dispatches today state
that San Marino republic has declared
war on Austria. No word has been
I t.ont out regarding troop movements.
San Marino is the smallest repub
lic In the world. It comprises an
area- of thirty-eight square miles, and
Is enclosed by Italian territory among
tho terminating spurs of the Apen
nines, near tho Adriatic coast. Tne
government Is peculiar, and is emi
nently democratic. The legislature
is elected from the ranks of tne no-
2U
?D
...- -.!
Dies, cmieus unu iwroii". mri
ecutlve Is always of a dual, Baurt,i,i
. ... .. . At-.i f.
and is elected every six uuhu. ,-,
The town, standing on a imubmw;
ous crae 3.200 feet high. WM 6
nrnnnd an old hermitage dating troii
441, and is surrounded by a gr4t
I ... tri
j wall with torts. j'
.- !;-
But one roaa enters me wwi,,iw
rmn I., un nilOtntlflTIA llBartl BI KJbbbbI
U IB U t we Hi ! v i-1
foot of the hill. Silk la the prlMsftf
manufacture. Agriculture U the
uurault. The city count! aot I
InhnhltantB and the dOBttlatlM Ot.
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ararn m iduui ii.Bk u.
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