Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
ivn'M1' H H
PRINT TRI MEWS, HOT KMTOKT
KLAMATH VAUM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1018
TO BE OFFERED
SHORTLY BY LEADERS
Mil Ml. I H"l "" ""'
ukummox" with Tin: i:v.
ciitJ rw '
r.ff TOHK. Tel' 7 itooasvmri
ttilUw; fur l'' Mpubllrnu noiulna.
1)51 illl U announced MHin, rni by
diColoiel. but by progiraaUii lrJ.
t Cwrio It'""'. '" "") 'Hi'
ftfj Anoa I'lnchol. tlowimr John
,ci rf Mlluinli. Henalue llnrirlU
uilltroM McCMmlrk today lilt a
rV p( roaferincp, anil iiiiislantl
OIlllMlnl IH' HoVll.
It U alrrlv Dial the Colonel
UiUttrJ lu run "K draft.!," IIiiiiikIi
M III not ulllrlf say on
lit till I'towNr link n pulille
ti'.ren, huartrr. otillliniiK It In
ptiidflrt. ' It l unilrratoH thnt I.
foiMt flttjr baa refined lo with.
lit, nJ (III fltlit It out "' "m r"
Ruarull lt..l-r Arv llrniljr
rud frw iwrvhv
CHICAGO. I'rb " tV-alalllMtlni
lUtliooHielt arnllmrnl It ripertril
It tX tltloctl llooaetrl' conference
Iftt hlirvlir, probably irtultlriR In
fcrsil UaetblDK "I n boom lor lilm
UtliKlmi, ametary i'l tl.n ItiMKit
uSutlooilfomtr.lltr,', uM thn rum
tst U prttrrJ ! orRTnlio every
U.I.I.I. ....... .11. .1
".inn uiiiirriMi wiiuo llm linrRti wua
on tin way from I'lillntlelphln (,, ,.
Inn, una mm of (tin mum lienrtloa
rrlinia roinmlthd fur ninny ienrs
within tin, jurlmllrtloii of llm loml
federal nniit Tim lii-itil of the kl.
per wn iruilml by n blow from hoiii.i
heavy lliatrilimiiit, which vrm, l
imiiium'.i. inriiHii lulu t, .,, Nn,,r
iilniiK llm loml of tin, iiitiiiiiny whli li
win Mi lint Mm fiiiiiiiiiNiliiimii tit Khun
"III Fnlla apeak In m highest tnrm
.I ui" onering iiinl llm rliiirititer of
tim peopio irHntlm: It. Hi orgn Dill,
II llllllllf f.f l.if ulin I- .. .....I. . ,i...
(' " "" n mi. in ii I. ill f u 1,1111
ml". will lio Limited In Dm lending
i I'll. )
Manager John v. ii.mihIoii thl,
i..ti,.ii.ii. ....!. i .. .... . . ... '
" vnrii ii iiii'iangl) irillll Vi
llioinpnuii, IniiniiKir of tlm then.
ELKS WILL HAVE
ir ni .r.'Xii calif , rending n f
Hfllll Jltur inyi., iri,
iilKlit In rnixirlly. Oimi of llm
lift of llm mTnon."
man mix or uia.Mn.iiH mi:
Mi'fiMT iiv iiuiini:h hm:i:zi:
IJi.lt rn liiitltlilnnl Mnltirnl fur Mi.i
Wi'k llt'Cot-n NiliiuintiliiK Id I'mii.
unl Mnluil) I'uiilmititl In l'iil.in
Ni:W II.WIIN. Coiiii V, 7 Al
Imri NK"I ! ili'nil turn froK Klninli'm.
nfttT lilim wick- llliim ion.
trnrli'd tlm itlmp from n imriw tlm
milnml IiuvIiik utirnril In a fart
NMAI.I.IMI.V V,HV. OX TIIAI.V
ih I'Ktrni ix i'iwt nerm:
UIIAXII IXIIKIK (."OMMirrKK IIL'HV
AMI IJI.1H OUT I.I.TTi:it TO HTIIt
MIllti:UNIIII iri AM AWAKK.V
iluctH from countlc from nil over the
utotc. Tho but of tha4 will go to
tlm 1910 aipotltlon at Hmt Franclnco
SKW IKU.ICK COIIfrt IIKAO
HIXCK HTOIA'I'IX fHAOKDV
iMunakotr rt Joli of Kuriow, Who
IMt Hit WImii AawMlnallon of the
ItiiMlnn rrrmliT U-d to Kxpoae of
t'omllllfma In Ilia lrwiMwnt
WIFE OF MINISTER SEEKS
DIVORCE FROM DOMINIE
I'n-.I.JIrtUll 1'iotor Mho In hint I fa
nnlrn in l'rt hull ,MiiH') nml
TrtiiM'tr AUiimiii) I'dir u,,,,
rinlil-rnli Ural IMlilr.
'Dial Klntiiutli KnlU IhIrii No.
1247, II. I'. (. i: li keIiii: to l,o well
iririm.iiti'i hi dm romlut; nutlunal
iKiitlKirliiK nl I'ortliimi la Inillmtnl l,v
Vltiil.'in IW of t'oiiliiuliiii HmiihiI allrrlnc inter Jiut Inauvil by tlm
llUmi-riilmi HniiilHni I'm lib' Cur, jKratiil IiiiIko tommlttco, connlallnK of
iiiiihmiiI lo n llMiltnl ami lhi Cur l- " "". Hunter Bavldxe and Chaa.
I'llCHNO, Calif, Tub, 7. A I r il
but nmn of niiiallpiii miii illm ohtc.I
on a H'liillii'rn I'arlric npni;rr train
Jiut na II wnn imlllnR Into Trnry
Tlm It t tin. wlioim nniiin rniiM not
bo linriir.l ln-ri', hoi plarnl In llm Ban
Joaiiitn roiinly i.t lioiim. Tlm rar
a brniiKlit on to l'nno. wlirrn It
l nfh AiJk, l.lnii'li .Hirr,lH'
Ci!t4 Prtti Brnlr
sm touk. ivb t itiMucivit
UftiiW lh( rrirri It llin uttrn
tk, -Outlook." anJ hIk'iI out ni
trutitf ithra ami iMIrra of I'n!
fcttUwoln Mjlnic tlmy bail a foru
Su iiiilfmnct In tbrlr aiilratbin
U lit oa a poililon now I In ro-
Till U tbo (Irit rim In aiitli
4tat tolltlca." llaMr. "I want
rtU lo ou tlm following littiT
Uw! troiv In ttCO to 0 P. Mr
W 'I'ti ma.ln llilt piilaiiatlon to
ri li i frlf dJ, but wl.li mi riiiUiia
UotBJjttoogrrnrmlri What tlmy
t ll Wlbblf, fR. Ml( ,y r
hull If VftiplRln atiil tbpy raniinl
lUtiotol Lincoln Mlrr h-iiI.Iiik
U U reqvt-t that i0 t furtb bla
fc'iMdlMrntluni, Tlm Itltrr .nl,l
Ml I Utort.1 a monlh. I roiihln'l
"rftw mr roniprathit vbma ami
tiitlM clearer or iiiniiKrr tbnu
t"iJ la rny Ihv-ip alreaily
IfiiW, ktfoic 10 ,,,,(,11,. )( ,,(
"I iltntf MM haa falp. to nut.
'")M. do repetition nub run
ll Colo Qt I ri.fii....l i.i .n-..- .1..
j --" " 'in 111"
taltfUr. of thl, talk,
"THala Munlinil on fr.
JT1 rwtWU to It,,. Nll,
tarlrt V . ' ' ""' """',l '''''
nrt touri ,k, i ... ..
dlifuii "n""'"! II. Wymnii
"' Wll thn .. i.
tk. M.UH -
,B nurdfr Af .... .
-' vi .uiiniii vrttni.
ti j iiiitiii
MAIIHIII'ICI.U Orr. IVb 7 In
tlm illtnin rnio of Itur. J T. M Knot,
fnrtimr pniliir of tbf I'mbttfrlan
rtmrrli lirrr, JihIkb C'okn baa Krantr.l
lo tlm wlfn floo ault inoni'y ninl f 10
a month tviiiKirary nllmony, ih-iiiIIiik
thn trial of tlm ran'
Hot' Mr Knot nml bla wlfn bold
irorty valiutt at Imwi-rn llJ.OOo
poirr oPHir.ititAH may hi:
amki:i to wiiiti: iiim.i. ioi:.m
Artllp l.'liiT lk Not 1 1 Hiitfitf
lion In rrt'ilibol of I'litiiiiiin-I'itt lllr
I:hmIion, Almlotf lo fMiurv ln
of MUrty 11.11
HAN PIIANCIKCO. IVb, 7 To fur.
Ilmr Kan Pratirlaro'a rflorla to arruro
lb.. I.ll.irty IIHt from I'hllaitrliihla
for thn l'aiianial'arinc i'tiiMon, V.
II, llablwln, llm Arctic I'tplorrr, baa
inaitn n lllil'iiin aiiKKfatlun to I'rral
itc nt Chnrlra C. Mmirr.
llablwln aiiKKi'atcil that Joaquin
Miller, tlm xift of tbo Hlerraa, bn In-
vllr.t ii wrltn a "l.tborty Hell I'oi'in
I'lfA" for Hie pioaa of llm rountry
Tbla plea, bn a), alinubl remit In
n national reiieat Hint l'hllnilelibln
turn tin blatorle rrllr over to Han
Prnnclaro for tbo 19 IB fair.
BY ONE MINISTER
IV O.Vi: AITIIIl.MMlN IS ItlU'Oltll
or ui:v. oi:oiKji: it. ki:imi;
I'Ahimhi of eitAfi: .Mimio.
Hisr nitiii ii
GOOD PLAY TO
WH.l4.tM K.WKKHHAM'H Wi:i.l.
K.VOW.V HTAHIIIXO VIHIII'I.K,
NgiT.tW MAX," MAS (KHIlt All.
Tniiiorrow nliiht tbo "Hqunw Mnti"
will appear nt tho llouatoii opera
tinilao In nil riiKaKeineut ron II lied to n
alnitlo perforinance, Thla fninoun
play, which waa for ao Ioiik n vehicle
for Ibu liibiiita of aurh n worthy nlnr
na William Faveraham, who atnniU
prftvllcally tlrat In tbo United Stolen
In rertnln forum of blatronlo art, will
no doubt draw a Inrit" nudlenro, na
thn ndvnnro anlo la iiiuiaiinlly prniul.
liiK. Tho pnpera which nro publllui
Editor Fatally Shot After
Fisticuffs With Enemy
llo wna ahot once In tho back and
onco In tho head.
Tho nffray grow nut of a naloou war
whoroln Doyle nnd Smith woro op
Hmlth roaatod noylo od'torlnlly.
Tho quarrel ntnrtod lit tho post
olBco, Dlowi woro atruek, than tbo ihoo:
Ing wu dono,
ih!?!!: N'ov' ,''o,, 7--w-
VU. ""'' l"MWior of tho
Idttae. " bY V- M' Dy,' n
tj.w" Ilia u,i. . .
"Ht'ud. ' ' ,onf"
Ilenr) Umla Veil ami Mian Mamie
I! Jonea Men. wedded thla afternoon
at the reablelirii of Net. lieorK" II.
Pi ran, paator of tlraco Methodlat
rhnrch The brldu la tbo ilmiKbter of
tl. U Jonea of Wonlen, wlilln tbo
Krooni la poaimaatrr nml rtvnernl atore
keeper In that vlllaRP.
Hbortly after performliiR tlm com.
liiony In thla rne tbo paator wna auin.
monrd to tbo J. J. Hlravi realdetin. on
the Weil Hide, whero hu united lu
niMilmnny Chnrlra ,)er and Mlaa
A inarrlacn llreiiae wna laauitl ym.
tenia) by County Clerk Cbarlca It. Do
l.ap to Prank (Inrcln nml MnKKlv Wll.
hMi:i;n:it pito.Mori:u tuico
Man Amliil In On'Kii Town for l.
kiiIiir llmki Willi ll Pallid to
I'mvn of Viilne, leki Mnko Ilia
lory In Xelulihorliiil Klnle
ll.Ki:it, Ore.. Poh. 7. Word
(imiea from Welaer Idaho, of further
nlleRed awlmllliiK by Cbna. II, DaRu,
ho wna recently nrrealed hero on
tbo rharite of laauliiR wnrthlena p.i
per, nml who la Mill lu tho linker
rounly jail, nnnltliiK nrtliiu by the
It la aliened that hn tried to pro
mote nnotber amelter lit Welaer. At-
IIioiirIi bo bna made every effort to
euro ball from bla nlleRed wealthy
rounertloiia nml frleiula, he lint an far
J lerKiuon, ll rend a a followa;
"Dear llrotber lllll Bho'a atarted,
Hill, nml )ou'vu Rot to Ret In tho
Kuuie, Klnmnlh Paala. tho baby lodKo,
la roIiir to ahow tho world whnl a
)nrold OriKon younK'ler ran do
when It tnkea a notion. Wo need your
blip. TliP-3'a n world of work to do,
Plrat, wo want tho crowd, ao com.
inenco rlRht now to plan on being ono
of the hunch. You'o ot to cotiiu
nlonK or elai life will timer hu the
antim to you nflerwarda; Think of
mlaaliiK the Rrand IikIro, when It la
tbo tlrat tlnio In tbu hlatory of tbo or.
iter when tho convention baa cotno to
our own atnte, nnd mnybo will bo lh
Inal lime In a decade.
"Attend to jour room rlRht away.
Ken tbu chairman of tbo nccotmnoda
tlmia committee, nnd tell him Juat
what )ou want. He'll cct bury at
once Tbu tiniilc committee la already
nt work; wo'rco coins lo tako nn
Plk'a band with in, Hill, Tbo unl
forma nro belnR ptanni-d, and your
lueaauro la to bo taken. Tho chair
mnn of the flnnnro committee alao
wnnta lo tnlk Juit a llttl bit to you
In bla prlvato office. Our headquar
tera are already enRBRed at tho Im
"(let In the Kame, lllll, and get In
"Youra for Portland. Whoop-co!
OKANI) MMM.R COMMITTKE."
Mualc Carey Hnraaby.
Itcfreabmenta II. P. Onlnrncaui,
Advertlilnc W. O. Hmlth.
Decorations P. It. Olda.
Pnrndea Hunter SavldRO.
Arrommodntlona K. II. Hall.
Ilendqiiartera Oeo. T. llaldwln,
TrnnaportntlonM. K. Temple.
Unlforma Pred llouaton.
MnrchlnR Club C. J. Ferguaon.
IteRlatrntlon I.. II. Hath.
HT. PKTKRHIIUIIO, Pcb. 7. Jen-
irnl Knanakow la commander of tho
r'.iirinrmo pollco corpa ua tuucaaor of
(lonornl Kurtow, who waa "broken"
no a rcault of tho naanaalnatlon of Pre
mier Htolypln and tho rciulta-nt dla-
cloaurea about conditions In tho Hua
Knanakow la tho man who waa at
I.odx during tho dlaturuanco there,
and naked tho atato proaccutor wbeth
r It waa permlailblo to hang rorolu
tlonlata In tho parka and on the
Heliig Informed that It waa not, that
executlona muat only bo conducted In
forta or prlaona, ho had gallowa erect
ed which were much higher than the
walla of tho fort, ao that tho public
mlRht aeo tho hanglnga of the revolu
tlonlata whom he executed.
"PEACEFUL BILL" IS
pay for political apccchcs, and speaks
to rnoro people, at frco meetings than
from tho lecturo platform, llo em
ploys scarcely moro than a quarter of
bis tlmo at money making, and enjoys
gratuitous work moro than work that
PATHKH AND BOX COXtt.VKD
KOIt HIJIiaiaitlEM DOXK
PltOPIllKTOHH OF AIAMOXT,
WHICH WAX ItAIDKI), PI,KA)
Ol'lliTY AXII IIOTII OF THEM
lloth Arrive at Prison at Stune Tbae
to Srrrr Home tcngUi Term for
Hume CMTenae First Case of Kind
8AN QUBNTIN. Calif,, Feb. 7 For
the first time In the history of the
state prison hero father and son ar
rived together to aerro terms of fif
teen years each for burglary, when
Nelson Primrose and his son Edwin
began sentences. They are charged
with a series of burglaries at Riverside
PR0-TAFT MEN MEET
FIIAXK IRA WHITH P1UHIIMMT
OF OROAXIZATION, WITH CAP
TAIX APPLEGATK FOR XATIOX.
JiiiIro William H. Worden of the
Klnmnth county court, returned last
nlRht from n trip to Portland.
WILSON FOR GRATER UKE
ROAD TuATJS PROPOSED
AKrlciillurnl rWrvlnry Intora .Vow
Highway From Ablniul Into lllg
ItiMTve, Which Will Help Hell HIH
WA8IIIN0TON, D. C, Feb. 7.
Congressman llnwley lina received a
fnvornhlo report from tho secretnry of
t'gilriilturo on the bill for tbo com-
pktloii of u rond from Aahlnud to Mt.
Ashland, lu CmIit l.nko National For-
(ft. With this fnvornhlo rocommondu.
lou nil thnt st will In tho way of tho
imrnnKo of tbo bill r tho throat ol
tbo prCHent house mnjorlty to4nko up
nn now project this your.
Heerutnrv Wilson mils nttontlon to
tho fnct Hint tho proposed rond would
mako It noaslblo (or tho forest sorvico
to soil n eoiuldornblo amount of rlpo
timber from tho rosorve thnt Is now
OLIVER TALKS TO
IX CITY KCHOOlii TO AWAKKX
TIIKIIt IXTKHKST IX COMPKTI.
TIYK PI.A.V FOR MORK AXD
William A. Iingcll and Charles
Jacobs, proprietors of tho Altamont
tavern, pleaded guilty yesterday when
arraigned beforo Justice of the Peace
They were arrested In tho raid on
tho tavern conducted early Sunday
morning by Sheriff William D. Barnes
and Deputy Sheriff John Schallock.
Jacobs pleaded guilty to selling liquor
and was fined 125 and costs, while,
both pleaded guilty to keeping their
placo of business open on Sunday.
For this offenso they wcro fined
Jointly, as partners. $26. The third
party who had been arrested was not
charged with any offense. Ho claimed
to bo cook at tho tavern, and was dls.
AI.I.KGKD HliAYKH KII.LKD
HY VICTIM'S UROTHEItS
If Suspicions Am Correct Their Rel
ative Waa Shot Itovrn by Unknown
Man, and Man Arraacd Was Ai
alnatrd in Court Room
MARY COMES KILLED DY
llnntrra Around Ilakrr Net Consider
able Filthy Lnrre From Iadnstrjr
of Wiping Ont Prat and Keep tbe
County Clerk Iluny Connting PclU
DAKER, Ore., Feb. 7. The trap
pers In this county aro having a busy
season this winter, and they are net
ting considerable cash from the dif
ferent bounties, the principal animal
to suffer being the coyote.
Seldom does a day pass that twenty
to fifty coyote skins are not bought
to the county clerk for the bounty, the
hunters later disposing of tbe skins to
a local fur dealer, who baa shipped
hundreds 6f coyote skins to Eastern
Since the now bounty law, however,
the skins are of less value than for
merly, on account of the claimants
having to leave tbe ears and eyeholes
with the authorities before the bounty
Secretary Caleb T. Oliver of tho
Chamber of Commerce will tomorrow
uddreas tho children of tho Mills ad
dition school ou tbo scheme that la
being formulated to stlmulnto tbe In
lerest of tho young ones lu learning
to do things not ordlunrlly taught In
tbo school curriculum, On Monday
he nddreaaed tho CcntMl and high
reboots, nnd yesterday went to tho
Tbo work outlined whlcn he (s pro
mulRiillug U In Hue with thnt suggest-
id by Stnto Superintendent of Schools
1.. R. Alderman, who wnnta the Inter
est of tho children awakoned toward
tilt production of useful Articles for
working, for food purposes or for
r-iarlng. Tho Idea Is to give, for In
rtnnco, a boy who Is Interested In
mining nn ratnhle, nil tho help powl
lie. If ho will try celery ho will bo
given tho seed with which lo grow tt.
If ho tins no plot of ground on which
to ralso It tbo necessary place will bo
found for him. Every particular lino
of endeavor thnt w girl or boy will at
tempt will bo given nil the Impetus
pnictlrnl and posslblo, and whon tho
products nro gnthoren tncy win do
displayed at n fair to be held In
KlRinnth Falls, to Ineliflo tho pro-
ducts which aro to bo had from Curry.
l.nko and KlnmMh counties In Ore
gon, as won as possioio inaoc coun
ty, In California.
Theso will bo Judged, una tne cost
wilt go to tbo atato fair, where they
will appear In competition with pro
PINE BLUFF. Ark.. Feb. 7. The
raso of tho McVay brothers, accused
of tho murder of J. W. Ethrldge, was
called for trial.
Tho caso Is one of the most sensa
tional In tho criminal records of this
county, and tho trial promises to at
tract wide attention. Ethrldgo was
fchot nnd killed In tbo court room hero
white ho was on trial for tho alleged
assassination of Albert McVay, a
prominent stock dealer, who was shot
down and killed by an unknown as
sassin at his homo near Pine Bluff on
tho night of July 5, 1408. The mur
dered McVay waa a brother of the
men who aro to bo tried for killing
BRYAN DENIES BAILEY'S
CLAM ABOUT HIS MONEY
Peerless Loser Aaacrta In Ilia Week
ly That Politics Have Been Ex.
pensive Except for the Advertising
They Have Given Him
LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 7. Dental of
Senator Joaoph W. Bailey's recent
declaration that William J. Bryan Is
In politics "for tho money" Is made
In tho Nobraska Commoner, Bryan's
newspaper. The article says:
"Mr. Bryan saved about f 1,000 per
year during his four years In con
grots, and since that time haa held no
office and made no money out of pol
itics. HU Income Is derived entirely
from writing and lecturing. His Jec-
tures havo (or the most part been non
political, and much of his writing also.
Except that the presidential nomina
tions have given him advertisement
and acquaintance, politic have been
an tapoasw to Mb. He reoslvet no
MASKED MEN HOLD TKAIX UP
FOR REGISTERED MAIL SACK
United Press Service
MEMPHIS. Tenn., Feb. 7. Seven
maaked men held up Rock Island
train No. 43, west bound, near Hul
bert, Ark. They got only one pack
ago of registered mall. Posses aro
MAN, OPIE READ
LECTURER WHO WILL RE ON THE
HOARDS AT HOUSTON'S, IS POP
LAR, AMUSING AND PROMI
NEXT ON PLATFORM
Ople Read, author and lecturer,
who Is to speak Saturday night at
Houston's opera house, is one of the
most popular platform men before the
public today. He Is one of the leading
writers of humorous novols, and Is
personally witty and amusing. He la
a Tonnessean by btrth, North Carolina
by heredity, Kentucklan by education,
and as cosmopolitan as all these'
At a meeting In the court house hut
night a Taft Club was organised, with
Frank Ira White as president, and the
following other efficer: Vie presi
dent. Captain O. C. Applegate; secre
tary, Caleb T. Oliver; treasurer, J. W.
Rots. A committee on by-laws waa
chosen consisting of J. W. Rosa, Dell
V. Kuykendall and O. L. Carter.
On suggestion of Mr. White, Cap
tain Applegate was placed In nomina
tion for delegate to the national con
vention at Chicago June 18th est,
and while the captain bad hoped to
see thl honor given to Mr. Whit In
stead, he agreed that If it was the
sense of tbe meeting that he be favor
ed he would consent So he will be
tho Klamath Falls man at the national
convention, barring the unforseen.
Antone Castel, who opened the
meeting as chairman, was placed In
nomination for the club's president.
but declined, owing to the fact that he
is going to California-, and csssot
serve In the office. He announced
himself a republican candidate for
county treasurer, however. As he
made a very creditable record a post
master for Klamath Falls. It la believ
ed that he will get a strong Indorse
ment on that fact. Succeeding Mr.
Castel on chairman, Mr. White took
charge and said that during a recent
visit to Portland he.hsd visited the
Taft Club there, which organisation
Is making arrangements to send
speakers over the state in th Interest
of promoting th eaadldacy for th
nstlon's presidency to succeed hint
self In the White House.
It was tbo sense of th meeting th
club be sn open one, supported by vol
untary subscription, Instead of having
dues. If the organisation should de
cide upon a special name. It will be
Among those In attendance not
mentioned above were O. L. Carter,
W. J. Sharer, Louis Jacobs, CR.De
Lap, Clydo K. Brandenburg, R. A.
Emmltt, J. L. Fielder. B. S. Qrlgsby
and C. C. Brower.
CHURCHILL STARTS TRIP
TO LARGE IRISH CITY
United Press errteai
LONDON, Feb. 7. Churchill start
ed to Belfast. Ills mother did not ac
company htm, as It waa (eared the
excitement might adversely affect her.
ASKS FDR RETREHNT I
VIEW Of 3IJEAtS WOtK
Brigadier General WIUpBte, Parnsas
ter General, and Son of Bishop off
Sanaa Name, Wants Place en tho
WASHINGTON. D. C, Feb. 8.
Brigadier General Charles A. Whip
ple, paymaster general of th argtr.
applied to be placed on th retired
list under tbe thirty-year service law.
Qeneral Whipple waa th son of
Bishop Whipple, who was known as
"The Apostle of the Indians" In th
Northwest. Colonel Oeorge R. Smith,
things, combined with twenty years In senior officer of the pay corps, may
Chicago, can make a man. succeed him as paymaster general.
"Chap" Graves Buys Merrill Weekly
Restore Its Old Title
"Chap" Graves announces today his
purchase of the Klamath County Dem
ocrat, which has been run by Hiss
Catherine Prehm. He states that tbe
deal by which R. A. Koppes of Cleve
land was to take the paper Is sup
planted. By his own arrangement he
takes from J. P. Harter ths option
which Harter held on the publication,
and which wu to go to Koppes. Hr.
take charge of th paper, and will
change Its name hack to th Merrill
LID PRIED OFF RKICHatTAD,
AFTER MANNER OF SPEHCH
United Press Serrtes
BERLIN, Feb. 7. The emperor
opened th relcastog la state. He de-
Qravee will go to Merrill tomorrow to manded a greater army and navy. .