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Eleventh Year No. ,iei
GERMANY IS READY M
PEACE SAYS CHANCELLOR
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Von Bethamnn-Hollweg
Declares German View
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 191
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H-WKK lll.'I'OHK GERMAN
PKIHAL HKICIIHTACJ
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ftrs Tim I Hliiro Alllm Do Not Want
Peace Now, Germany WIN Go For.
waul Willi War With Vigor 1.
Irdmr 1111 for. "Mobilisation of
nilwii-" ami Aslu for AM of
.Nation' Civilians.
TRADITION
WINS
OVERJJSINESS
MANY AMERICAN BUSINESS MEN
TRIED TO HAVE TIIANKHOIV.
ING KAtLIKR TO GET. MORE
WHIPPING DAYS BEFORE XMA8
GREAT MEXICAN
RACING COURSE
BEGINS SEASON
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Dnltl Press Service
IIKIIMN, Nov. 30. "Germany Ih
reiJy fur pence but nine tho allies
to not ili'ilro It, Germany will go for
witd with tho war with all the power
ire ran exert." announced von Beth-
rain llollweg, chancellor of tho Gnr- nllra-1" " tradition over "bual
uan empire, before tho Imperial nl",
irlrhtoK today. Merchants In ninny of the bg
lli chancellor eloquently pleaded c,,lca' 'olng that the last Thurs-
fcr Chilian nlil In urosscutlon of the."8 coming the int flay of the montb
United Prr Service.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Nov. 30.
That Thanksgiving occurs today
tho last Thursday In November Is a
triumph of old-fmhloncd American
wir,
He Introduced III the relcustak a
it bill for 'n national auxiliary ser-kIi-o
callcil tho "raoblltutlon of cit-'
miimaium: oavk no
waitxixo, hayh lm)yim4
Ii'pIM PrM.n Hirvim
LONDON, Nov. 30. A Lloyds dls
Ptch ays that the Oermnn subma
rlne xawi no wnrnliiK when It attack
t the llrlilsli fishing floet Tuesday
and Miik thiee trawlers and shellod
the other vessels. Tho crows of all
the vessel were landed safely.
i ii
Slay , Krce Delivery
ro8tnia?tor Ford appeared before
the city council Monday evening and
told thni body that If' tho city would
wnitruct the necessary cross walks
nd order sidewalks put In whero
hey ttcro ncedod, that the postofflcc
detriment would put In free city do
llfery at once. The council Instructed
City KiiKlnour dould to prepare a
! iliowlng every building in Ueud,
"I lldOWalkH lllld tho dIicm nnmllnv
'oewsiks u aid them in determining
ie nsceswiry walks fossfller built at
bcc. Head bulletin,
wouia maae tno buying seasen:
Thanksgiving to Christmas Kve a
few days shorter than usual, sought
to have ,ttie president praehim No-
veaaliects Thanksgiving Day. The
Jeweftrs'J)oanUf TradeOa 'Ifew-
York sent President Wilton a com
munication asking for the earlier
day.
Merchant!) In other cities expressed
thonisclvea for the earlier day and
several chambers of commerce adopt
ed "earlier Thanksgiving resolu
tions."
Hut pilgrim trndltlon triumphed.
IH ONK OF FF.W AMKIUCAN IX.
HTlTlJTIOXSTIIIVINa
Jiuiifs Jockey Club Has Mvcil
Through Itelgns of Many Mexican
Ieadero, llut All Have Irft It Un
molested Over 200 Different Race
Horses Are Ih Malls Waiting the
Hcartefs Flag.
CELEBRATES HER
110TH
BIRTHDAY
Some Advice4,
BOHTII IIBT1ILKIIBM, Pa., Nov.
"-Clnrles m. Bcbwab tendered this
10,00 banquet arid 11.000,
m north of advice on municipal offl-
"ucy. ,
SWEET CLOVER
TF.XAM WOMAN IIOHX WHKX
THOMAS JKKFKItSOX WAH OUK
I'llKHIDKNT OHSKKVKH AXM-
A'F.ltNAKY INTO THIS MFK.
THRIVES HERE
I'Un.
MiiMKXTB .ON KLAMATH
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Provnrf - PUUl wis
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nd. ftUl")u,"t)y. m'III thrive on
""M conta nln. -ii.. !... .u.
moti .t. " wui WBea
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One of thn'fc-;-tiL..-iVi It
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United Press Borvlee.
WAXAIIACIIIIC, Tox., Nov, 30
Mrs. Narslo il'ifni, born wl-cn Tins.
Jtfforson w.ih pu'j'.lcri of tho I'nlted
States, will e.lrl.i'tte her 110th birth
iinuivorsniy tomorrow. Her three
fluuglitora, the oldest of whom is 89,
pud many of her 110 grand mid
c,rcst-grand children will be nt tt:u
colebratlMi Mr Burns died thlrtv
years ago,
Horn In Madison county, Tenn.,
Nov. 86, 1806, the now Mrs. Burns,
whoso maiden namn v-ns Ya'boro'ujjh
moved to Texas wltr her fsloirj
fr.mily at the ugti of ten, She has
lived In the Lone Hiar State since.
Her earliest momcuriu go bock to the
llmf of hor arriv.i. She ' mrrM
.f i,n Wnshlngtoi I'urtM n retarau.
.f (-A- Texas-Met! 'iin and the Mel
rAii var of 46-14. He later foitgli)
on thi Confodari' ldo In the Civil
'o.
"Actres" Is Old Offender
NKW YORK Nov. 30. "Marian
Qla,rke, tho movie actress," charged
with lifting sao.uuu worm w mi
net furbelows, today ws Identified aa
Marian Arnhelm, an old ofender ar
rested before, police declsred.
m
Father Obeys Judge
(mited Press Bsrytce t ,
CHIQOOA. Nov, 80, Loud whacks
tlieoWshed of Nlckjtrhere to
day. Johnnie, 19, waaservlng the
kcntence Imposed byUnlted' States
Commissioner 'Mason after he was jcr
t.M. chHiKOd with steolliiK lottars,
United Press 8ervlce
JUAREZ, Mex., Nov. 30. There
is at least one American Institution
which, In spite of bandits, de facto
governments and disputes regarding
the stilus of General 'Pershing's
punitive force, will flourish the same
as usual In Mexico tbuTwInter. Hch
ginning with tomorrow, the Juarex
Jockey Club, backed by American
capuai, win open us annual loo or.
more. days of racing. -
To place the sport of horse-racing
on a, more firm footing, and toellmj,
nsto the danger of a bad reputation
through tho whong sort of gambling
on tho races, books will be replaced
at this meet by parls-mutual ma
chines? Race-track followers believe
the "Ihon men" are the best book
makers to be obtained and expect
the machines to do much toward
boosting the Juarex stock.
Juarex, the quaint old city across
the Rio Grande from El Paso, has
changed governments many times
since the track was opened, but every
ye.T has found the uJeky Club pur
sulnc Its buslnoss, regardless of
a acmne guns, nnei; and cannons
The city has been held at different
tlmos by Porflrio Dlax, Francisco
Madcro, Viotoriano Hucrta, Francis
co Villa and Venustlano Carranxn,
but none of them threatened to put
a stop to tho racing, although plants.
In other sections of the republic have,
been shut down. I
.tarry F. DroivoKnl, assistant nm::-' school approve so strongly of the
ngir of the track, hes arrived here girls' daring that they are talking of
from Laurel, Mr., where Maryluid
i icitft recency held foiili. nr f i ex-
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L'nlted Press Service.
NEW, YORK, Nov.3p. "The Inan-
clers of Europe couldn't, prevent the
war: The financiers of America, bare
no foolish idejthattbey,'n atop It.
One of the, biggest bankers' la Hhe
United States today gave this as hn
uaawer to reporlii that Wall street H
bshind the pn-tcr.t peace '.talk in
America.
"If we were worried about loans
tb3t have been piling up, the Toans
would fall off," he said. "The end of
our lending would occur automatical
ly if the loanc were not attractive
from a business standpoint.
"That's the cold-blooded ftaancial
view of It. Personally, I don't sup
pose there Is a( banker in the United
States thatwoVldn't Uke to see the
war end' tomorrow but thie, keaiom
are net linancial; they are iHMiak. s
"What could we do tojatiip the
wcr iitop lending meser bermanV
hasn't borrowed any money, and al
though ;t Is a pusilq to me how sneis
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els Joseph, Is only twenty-nine years
of age. He has been actively fighting
since the beginning of tbe war. He
succeeds, to the throne which, would
have been taken by Archduke Fran
cis Ferdinand had he not been assas- r
sinated at Sarajevo.
Such Hosiery. Such Hosiery
fighting on borrowed capital, and
would still have their own capital to
fall "back on If the United States loans
were shut off. . . '
'It doesn't seem 'likely in the' least
tint a peace move at this time will
have any result but It IS not true, la
my opinion, that wall street has
sought cr ever will seek to bring any
influence for or against peace."
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DENVER, Nov. 30, "Odd Sock'
day Is rapidly making North Denver
high school famous. Tbe twenty-four
girls who wore suspended from school
last week for displaying radiant, but
mlsmated, hosiery, are still under
the ban, and uow the boys of the
declaring a sympathetic strike If
Principal Brown persists In. bis res
pecting the most successful meet in'.fusat to allow the co-eds to return to
tbe history of Juarex racing.
Col. M. J. Winn, manager of the
track, anticipates a big boom at the
local courso slnco it has been deter
mined to put In part-mutuals in
stead of tho bookmakers. He be
ll vea It was these machines which
lisved the sport in Kentucky and ex-
fpects them to do tbe same here.
More than 200 horses have bqen
shipped hero from the northern
rtiuks. Juarex is said to have lost
money at Its last winter meeting,
but this. Is not preventing horsemen
from shipping their steeds here for
this winter's af.'eir.
FEMALE SHERIFF WANTS
JOB BACK) WILL FIGHT
United Press Service
HACKENSACK, N. J Nov. 30.
M,lss Constance 'Kopp, tho demon
under sheriff (ex) who, when in of
fice, was a four-time winner on any
thing abe undertook, Is still loser
In her. battle for her Job.
Miss Kopp wad fired when John
W. Courier, republican, slid Into the
sheriff's berth on the O, O. P. land
tilde in New Jersey November 7th.
He, take It from himself, oouMa't
Sad a thing for Miss Kopp, "demo
crat, to do, und bo boanced her. Mies
Kopp, hewevsr, claims that the ae.w
civil service law, 'adopted JuH
the republics glided up. to the,
fleshpota, guarantees her her Job,
She la still off the jwyroji, ew:
ever, but has' not given" up the fight
s. "
their studies unless the parents of
tho suspended girla visit the prin
cipal and give assurances the girls
will be more moderate la their hos
iery display hereafter.
The Incident has added to tbe song
repertoire of tho school. One popular
parody sung yesterday was as fol fel fol
eows: "The hours we've spent In tbee, dear
school,
Are very pleasant memorles,v
Alas, we've cracked tbe Golden Rule
With hosiery, with hosiery.
Each pair a dream, each dream a
prayer
That we may ever stand and staro
At odd socks on each limb so fair
Such hosiery, such hosiery!"
LAKEVIEW WILL
DEBATE KLAMATH
ItiRKXHIC CONTEST WILL Utf
man ix this city to settle
CHAMPIOXSUIPv OF THIS BIS
1 TltlCT DECEMBER 8TH
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nvmww ,i uansuea eaarea jaavaa & . -i ,.
tomorrow moralaarA .TWWi-HmW:A?&.S&
which' Is the snnual'ccvaaoei bVtai
Christian ministers ofOreaWWMlKSl
lngton. 'Idaho. ani,'MoBbii'?ita'f:'''-iC'
from December.-4-to,7, -PMi&fiMl
Rev. Rambolalto-wfirTWttf'sWrW;
who Is attending SpekaBeTJiiversHyr &$$ !
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CLOTHES MADE BY
GIRLS AR SHOWN
WINDOW OF BALDWIN HARD
WARE STORE ILLUSTRATES
WHAT STUDENTS OF LOCAL
HIGH SCHOOL ARE DOING,
Dresses, petticoats, -, shirtwaists,
blousss, tailored suits, and msny'oth
er articles of apparel for women, all
maae uy gins or tuamain county nign
school, bave been placed on exhibi
tion In tho display window of the
Baldwin Hardware company, The
girls who did the sowing belong to
tbeVclasaes la. domestic, acteaea and
are of thVhlgh schoolandrmade tbe
Karmeatf" throughout by themselves,
except v 'or ,'lnet ruction from Miss
Mabel Hears, teacher of this work.
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at;the,
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of material In each ts'glvfB.andUha
riatlfada. Uf najiiflurtaV
nui Kivuri; wiut miwniu)iii'W
FIRST GAME IS
DATED FRIDAY
TEAMS FROM KLAMATH COUNTY
HIGH SCHOOL WILL PLAY MER
RILL HIGHTEAMS ATMSRRILL
TOMORROW
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fakeylew vs. Klamath Is tbe debate
card for Friday night, December 8th.
The elash between the debating teams
of the two high schools will be held
in Klrmath Falls.
Tbe Klamath team this year Is
composed of Mlsa Emma Honxlk, Miss,
Beatrice Hensley and Clarence.Len
nox. They are working diligently on
tbe subject for tbe -debate, and are
expected to make a goad showing., To
get practice tbe team will hold a
practice debate early next week with
Clarence Williams, Clinton Hurd and
Cecil Adams, a opponents. This
practice affair probably will be staged
at assembly period. j
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CHRI8TAN1TY STARTS
. DRIVE INTO EGYPT
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Have an apple sauce' egg , Art Sawkea r ,
feeds hlsens"apple saueeland(sellaI;r; H
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NEW YORK. Nov. 30, Feeltng
that the strategic moment for a drive
of Christianity into Egypt haa come,
To play the first interscbolastio
games 'of 'the .season, the Wisketball
teams of Klamatn hlghscheo will
go toiMerrlll tomorrow.lo aUy the
teams.af, Merrill high achoolS 5 Both
the girls' and the. boys', team will Mrs. Wendell Clelaad, with her hus-
raake te trip, and tw.ogaawe'wIUbe" band, wlHaail for the tend of the
playad.'t'1 ' Kl' Av ' "h ' f JNIIa. la.DecemaeV? engatevlafU-
uoi. saads-of tbe. ieeaif school , aroaary woric.y sae ir aaoaugatar
have aeeajpraetlclngdally'uader the 'of New 'York State tldmptroller, Eu
dlrectioa" of Catch Hugglns."isome:geBe M. Trafls, Mr.'Clelaad la to
real ability has been dlsDlayed." The (become professor-of English la Cairo
turnout for bpth teams Is large. ' University, established ,.urider an vln;;
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aieattofl0wye4 wHitaa U?ft thVlpurrwetheaaai.
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