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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1912)
MREVELT MO BRYAN
II AKIHOST ACTIVE
la Baker Nrifaboriiood Vbllowcm of
Other Politic! Sachems Seem Fair.
ly'OHMctf, Ftgwratircly, Aeconllog
to Straw Ballot
United Preti Serflce
BAKEK, Ore., Feb. 9. According
to a straw ballot conducted by the
Baker Herald, Hoosevclt and Uryan
upportere are more active In tlili
aectlOD ot KJaitcrn Oregon thnu tliu
follower ot cither La Pollctte, Tntl,
Wilson. Harmon or Clark.
Roosevelt got "76 votes, while Ui
Follette got but 2G2, and Tnft 77, as
the republican choice hero (or presi
dent. Democrats gvro Bryan 257,
Wilson 174, Clark 57 and Harmon 22.
With Bryan and Hoosevclt eliminat
ed, It wm stated that La Follette and
Wilson would haro led the tickets by
an orerwhelmtng vote.
RRGAINB SIGHT, HLT DIES
Aged Man, Wind for Right Year,
Passes Away Few Hours After Kite,
lty b Reatoml In Answer to III
MALDKN, Mass.. Feb. . After
his eyesight had .been. miraculously re.
stored eight year from tho tlmo ho
became blind, Mortimer. Harrington,
75 years of age died here.
For weeks Harrington prayed al
most continuously that he might see
the members ot his family before he
died. A few hours beforo his death
ha suddenly sat up In bed and cried:
"I see! I see!"
The family gathered around, and
one by one tho dying man recognltcd
the lored ones.
TAFT8 BORDER POWER MAY
soox ne much increased
Legtasatloa Proponed to Giro Nation's
Kxeratlre More Authority to Pro
tect Cltlseas Living Along Texas.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 9.
Legislation to giro to the president
added power to protect Americans
along the Mexican border, In case ot
another Mexican outbreak. Is to be
Introduced In the house soon by mem.l
ben of the foreign affairs committee.
Representative Foster Is formulat-
partmat aa to the powers that should
w ..w . .
be given the executive bead of the de
Representative Smith ot Texas to
day urged the passago of his resolu
tion to Instruct the state department
to press claims of Americans at El
Paso and Douglas who were Injured
or suffered loss on American soil from
stray bullets from the battles of Jau
nt and Agua Prleta.
McKialey Taft'a Manager
WASHINGTON, D. C.,Fb. 9.
Taft managers predict that Taft will
be nominated by getting S00 rotes.
Congressman McKlnley from Illinois
was chosen Taft's manager. Ho con
ferred with Secretary Hllks and Sen
ator Crane preparatory to opening
Taft headquarters. If Toft Is re
nominated McKlnley will be national
HABEAS WRIT FOR TIMOTHY
IS FILED BY HIS LAWYER
United Press "rvict.
REDWOOD CITY. Calif., Feb. 9.
Attorney Mansfield for Chauffeur
Timothy filed a habeas corpus peti
tion with Superior Judge Buck. It Is
returnable tomorrow. It charges that
Timothy Is held for tho Mooro mur
der "without reasonable or probable
SOLDIER OF FORTUNE LET
OUT AS MILITARY ADVISER
nivrenuuuig rumr is lormuiai-i --- --
Ing proposed laws that will meet tho,menU adP,Cl1 ' tt" railroads, and
Ttow of the nresident and ! rt. whIch wn hecotno effective Feb-
United Pre Seme
SHANGHAI, Feb. 9. Because of
unofficial protests by England, Japan
has announced that Lieutenant Gen
eral Homer Lee, the American soldier
of fortune, has been deposed as chief
military adviser to the republican
leader. Lee said be believed England
and Japan had a plan to partition
China. He formerly lived In Loa Angelas.
We Solicit Your Account
Which will have proper; prompt
and courteous treatment
"Klamath Falls' Largest Bank1':
The First National Bank
Of Klamath flails
SAVANT EXILED TO GELIO,
LONELY WASTE OF SIBERIA
Fitmiius MoihIkt nf lltuwlnn Soeliillst
I'nily, 1'iofiiwor or l'hlloMliy,
Takes Journey of Six Month., to
Itenrli l'liuo of Servitude.
United Press Service
8T. I'KTKHSllimo, Feb. ?. Sen
tenced to the cars exile In what Is
probably tho coldest mul loneliest part
of Siberia-, because lie was a member
of the socialist party, l)r. Vladimir M.
Senslnow, n fatuous professor of phil
osophy here, has reached his destina
tion after a Journey of almost six
(months, according to a report received
from the governor ut Yakutsk.
Senslnow was tried secretly and the
Uncling ot the secret court were ap
proved by the lato M. Stolypln.
Senslnow, according to tho report,
has been sent to Ituskoje Cstjo, a- vtt
la go of live huts, nt tho mouth ot the
Intllglrka Iltver, on tho Arctic sea
where night U months long In winter.
ami where tho cold frequently reaches
70 degreed below zero. It Is the most
northrly point to which a prisoner has
ever been sent In Siberia, being 1,200
miles away from the nearest cU tilled
Ono request was granted Senslnow,
thnt ho might take with him Instru
ments for observation and mcteorlog
leal work. This, his friends say, will
prevent him from going mad.
.MKX1CAN8 OX TEXAS SIDE
OAPTl'llED BY THE CAVALRY
lulled Press Service
WASHINOTON, I). C. Feb. 9.
Stecver of El Paso, telegraphs that
the American cavalry raptured thir
teen armed Mexicans on the American
sldo. thirty-eight miles northeast of
El Paso. Their disposition Is undo,
1'IU'IT SHIPMENT COOLING
Interstate Commerce CowkiiImIoii IK',
few Date for lutting It Into Effort
to Give Time in Which to Make an
United Press Service
WASHINGTON, D. C. Feb. 9. To
permit an Investigation, tho Interstate
commerce commission today suspend
ed until Juno 1st tho new regulation
for nre-rcfrlscmtlnti nf fruit ahln.
rnary 10th. The regulation would
cnuso Increased freight rates on all
perishable goods, and especially ef
fects the fruit growers of California.
BV CHANCE L0N6 LOST SON
IS DISCOVERED Dtf FATHER
After KearthliiK for IM-rodo for Son,
Belgian Meet Young Mail on Street
in Denver While Inquiring Hi
DENVER, Colo., Feb. 9. By mere
chance, Sepapheln Tiexens, a Belgian.
ii. tt his son Itaymond on a business
street In Denver, nfttr a search of
more than ten cars for tho boy, who
ran away, from his homo In Brussels
ut the ago of 9.
The elder Tluvcns camo hero from
St. Louis about a week ago, and asked
his way of a young stranger encoun
tered on tho street.
Tho young man recognized his In
terrogator to be u Belgian, and In re
plying spoko In bis natlvo tongue. In
tho conversation that followed tho re
lationship was discovered, and father
and son will return to Brussels within
a few days.
.MANY FOLKS TAKE CURE .
IN FAMOUS GERMAN AQUA
Figure of Year 1011 Show That Over
70,000 People Were Treated In the
Water at Carlsbad, America Fur
United Press Service
KARLSBAD, Bohemia, Feb, 9.
During the year 1911 a total of 70,
93S persons took the "euro" In the
Karlsbad waters, according to figures
made public today. Of this number
4,088 came from America.
GIRL OIES Or FRIGHT AS
POLICE COME ON SCENE
Had Itrett Taken From Juvenile Court
by Farmer, Who lleselgvd Her
lloom Doorut Mglit Investigating
Olllrer Kxrlto Her Fntnlly
United Press Service
. .DKItl.lN, Feb, !.--A pathetic case
ot an Ignorant voting girl dying from
fright hy the appearance ot tho police
r.uno to light hero In tho district court
111 the trial of Henry l.nnger nnd wife.
Tho girl victim, a nlceo of the cou
ple, was given to n farmer by tho
Juvenile court. Tho girl wroto her
mint thnt sho would kill herself un
less she was taken away, as tho farm
er boselged her room door at night
with persistent ndvnnces.
Lunger took tho girl homo. Police
called to Investigate, and tho girl ran
to tho attic, where sho died of fright.
Without Investigating the girl's story
of the farmer's abuse the court lliir.l
1-nngcr mid his wife."
Bids will bo received by tho under
signed for furnishing 200'corils of fir
or pine wood, 4-foot lengths, cut out
of live timbered, to be delivered as
100 cords at Itlvcrstdo school,
75 cords at Central school.
25 cords at Milts Addition school.
Not later than October 1, 1911. 'Hie
board of directors reserves the pflv
tiegn ot Increasing tho amount to !(.'
cords nwe; nlso the. right to relccl
any and nil bids. Bids to bo In tho
hands rf the school clerk not Inlor
M11.11 I o'clock p. m February l"i,
ISMS. Certified check for S per icnt
of bid tc cccompany each bid.
By elder ot Board of Directors of
School District No. 1, Klamath Count
Oregon. February f. 1912.
J. W. SIEMENS, Clerk. -
REAL ITATE INSURANCE
WE .MAKE A SPECIALTY of close
In property and good farm land. No
trouble to show protierty. Prompt at
tention vlgen all Inquiries. A fevv
gooil houses for rent. If you want to
buy oc.sell It wlU iy you to see in.
Next fAnierlran Hotel. Itiono flfll
For an u-toHate wheel
rct a Rambler, on ante at
the Gun Store. Tents and
Guns for sale or fur rent.
We carry a fall line of
THE GUN STORE
J. 8. CHAMnKltS
Phone tia Jacol Blk.
iJegining next week
rink will be closed
Tuesday and Thurs.
day nights . . .
Wednesday Feb. 14
3 Prizes 3
Loudest Necktls Widest Necktie
Each prize will be a
ARGUMENT IS BEGUN
IN CASE OF KENEWICK BANK
AGAINST MEIIIIIMi IIANriHIH
thi: piaiNTirrs .nni:v
CLAIMS HIM SIDi: HAH 'I'llOU.
Ill.i: TO TIlACi: HIIFKMM.VI'
Argument In tho rase of tho I'list, ,, , jhnii Klll'im- l '"
Nntlonnl hank of Keunewtek. Was 1.. ( (iuna ,vllrlml, ril ,. w.ut
vs. Joshua Hwinmer aim wue, .
Iinvo a homestead on the hill ne.ir
Merrill, was begun hefoie the Jury In
circuit court tlili inornliiK Attorney
K I.. Elliott opened foi the ptnllitllt
1111. 1 contended that the bank, under
11... i...".. i..i ri..i., i int., imiiim
deposited hv Swindler to nppl on hls,rnnlred ami existing und r ai.d 1
nolra when tho note- became duo. Ho; virtue of the laws of Hie State of ie
said Swindler had shown nptnois In
niisweilng iniestlons of hi own ntlor
,t.i,. l.nt tint It. fnannti.d til MtttrilfV
Ml,. . "Ill W. , ..,'',-. ... .....-..- v
Abel Ad of .Midland president of
the Klnnnitli Water I'sers' Asiirla
Hon, Is a vlsltut lu the city today.
I,. J. How man of Itonatita, who has
been in the city for a few da), left
this morning for Ashland on a busi
Soothei. Itching Kktn. Ileal cuts
or burns without a srnr. Cur's pile.
enema, salt rheum, anv itr,n.
Dimii's Ointment. Your druggist
Woman Finally Recovers
From Nervous Breakdown
Impoverished ncrvi .iott ) many
people bcl'.re tlifir t n.c fiitrn bi
lorc ? mlTcrcr rcjli r-. what the
trouble is, I r i on lie verge of a
cdmplcte ntitou lircskJ.mn. !l
ii 01 the titiu. -t i!ii"r t inc.- to ki.;
)our ncrv. u 'jjIc.ii In gnod c
.lilion, as t' c n.-rvc re the "Hirer
nf all bodily power. Mrs. Anna
Kunnr, .'it Mcclianic Si, I'uvblu,
"For many years I suffered from
nervous prostration; I was unable
to do any liuutc work and doctors
failed to help me. Kcincdlci I
tried from druggists did not d
me a particle of coI. A neighbor
told my hutlnud ali"ut
Dr. Miles' Nervine
and he procur.J a h-.ttle Alter the
nrsi icv no.. 1 sii'iuc.i a uurscu
improvement and after taking two
bottles 1 was entirely cured, t liave
been perfectly well for years and
cannot praUc Dr. Miles Nervine
If you arc troubled with lots of
appetite, poor digckt.un, weakness,
inability to sleep; if )ou arc in a
general run down condition and
unable to bear )our part of the
daily grind of life, you need some
thing to strengthen your nerves.
You may not realic what n the mat
ter with you, but tlut is no reason
why you should delay treatment.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
has proven its value in nervous dis
orders for thirty years, ami merits
a trial, no matter now in iy otner
remedies have failed to In ii you. i '
Sold by all druoahiti. It tint bonis
falls to btnefit your money It rcturnsd. '
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, InJ. I
Where to Eat
We serve the choicest
If you are particular
Neur the Postoff Ice
S. Z. Henderson, counsel for the l-at.k. , tinted, will sou ami eouvo,. u.r ......
Attorney Herbert S t'imiK for on the Ttlt day of Match. IJI.. M
Swindler, told the Jurx that tho 2 o'elock p in. of Kal.l d.iy, lu the city
plaintiff hnd tried to trap that Ig- of Klamath Falls, nnd tho portion of
nornnt old Herman." and fulled, aud said city commonl) called Shipping
Insisted that L. K. Johnwn. president , ton. on 1'ppr-r Klamath I -ike. at Hi'
of tho bank hnd fnll.il to answer, dock or whnrf of I he vessel known
Crane's question readlh. although ho as 1 ho st-mner Klaiunth. In Mamatli
had been able to nnw.r miestlons of .county, Oregon. Hint certain steam
Mr. Henderson prntnpilv He insist-1 boat or vessel, called the "Klamath,'
ed that Johnson orten admitted hav- of tho burden uf C'. gross tons or
Ing mndo mlstnkos In hi teitlmonv (thereabouts, together with the hollers
regarding (ho Swindler trivn.irtloiis.;eiigln.s. mast, fmw sprits, boats, nnch-
Last ovonlng, when W. E IVIiell.jors. rabies, chains. rlKClug tarkle. P
former First National Imiik enshb-r of I pnrel. furniture and nil other ncco
this clt. wns asked whether Swln- sarles thereunto appurtalnltiB nnd be
dler hnd not carried his iirrount n longing, the property of the Klamath
Jack Swindler, admitting that bis l.ako Navigation company, n corpora
right name wn Johua Swindler, but Hon. Incorporated and ousting und' r
thnt ho hnd hnd trouble with the bank j and by vlrluo of tin laws of the Slnte
at Kontiewlck. He r idled lu the af- of Oregon.
flrmntlvo. Attorne. Henderson In-j Said sale is mad.-under un.l ! !
slated that tho defendant bad never, tuo of the terms of & r. rtaln mori
nntllled the First National of K.nne-,gago u.ade and .jerut d b the mI.I
wick that ho wns going out of the'Klaraath l.ako Navlgntlnn innifnn.
stnto. and Hint the hank had hadon the 37th ila of November 1n.
trouble to loralo him. ! In favor af said t.ndil and Tllien bank
land William II. Iiavls. to secure th.
n pitiimj ii' Moxin
Head of the l.lhl IglH lllvl '
1. ..!...... lh,. ,1,11 Ml II-"
tlemlier iw Wliuiei In fmtli-M to
lie Held W.itiliintii'H llltlliil.i)
I'nlU'd Pi ess Service
I.OS AMllll.KS. K I '' I'lumipl.'ti (
d WVIgUHt head or the light '"',
dlvMMi of lighter. I'liks Al.' Ai'.'l,
... ..,.1., i,u pliniiintimslilli liiuieli III
llillllo w well of Alton 8 rliiine." i ir
ho hus wagtied ll.ooo on him
ollu of Sale of Moiigugiil I'uMK-rlj
Nntleo Is hereh) Riven Hint 1 mid
' ... -. ....hl.i.r.flillt
mul niton nan. !
gen, and utiuani 11 iuvi. i" uu'
their rostuctlvo Interests In n certain
,1 1 Mixtcng.i herclmiftvr deslg-
r ... , .a,.
paytiiclit ot one ccrtnln pruinlssnr.
'.... ... ... ... ..., i-i .
noir, eiecuie.1 UJ l..e ..ill i.nii..ii.i
Ijiko Navigation coinimin. a rnrpi.i
Hon, dsiiHl nt Klamath Falls. or.'x'ii.
November 13, I DOS, for tli. miiii of
JS. 100.00 due III one year nftir date.
nTlho'it gracw ui),lbl.' to tin ordr of
mild I -add mid Tllton iMiik. a corpor
ation, nt Ijidd and Tllton link. I'orl-
'' Oregon, with Interest at the rate
" P'r crm lwr i". '" nt.
i"d one certain prmlory note, eic,
culrd ') the M Mamatli Lake Nav
Igatluii roaiiHiny. dnte.1 at Klsmatb
Knits Onigon, Nnvciulior IS, 1 90S. for
tho sum of Ij 000.00 due one 'nr
fiom date without grar pnvaldo to
the order of said William It. Ii.ivls.nl
the Klaiunth County tank. Klamath
Falls, Oregon, with Intermt at t!it
rate of S per rent jht Hniiiim. frotni
date, wlilrli said tnortgasn Inrluded
tho persnnat proH-ny livrelnbefore de-(
srrlbed, nnd condition d that II dt-1
fault slmuld be ma.ln In the payment
mt wild notes, or either tbcieof, then,
Itr.o Mild Ladd and Tllton bank and!
WHlUm II Davis might tivko pow. ,
Ion of said perwinal property ami sll
sain, or so much tli icof as might be
necessary to satisfy the said debt. In-1
leret and rcasunahln ruiienses. nfter,
first giving notice of thlrVv days by
publication In somo newspaper, pub
lished lu Klamnth I'alU Klamath 1
county. Oregon, and to retain tho
;nme out of tho proceed of stirh sale
1.1,,. .,t. ,, .. ... , , . '
.... -...,,..,,, ,, ,,,, lu uvioug nnn in
bo returned to unld Kl.imnil, ini,,
nvigtioti company; ntd mortgagor
laving fulled to pay ,t, ,, Bn,
mortgage, or any portion thereof, tlm'
aid mortgagees bnv mken .,
Inn of said piopert. .. itirmmt flf
'iich breach of condition, for tlm ,nr
'O, uf nuiklng snb. theimf, for the
reoson and purposes set forth In 11,1s
luted this nil. dnv of IVbruary i
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nnd William it iai 2 . .-.-,. ;i ,
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wiiiti: Ki:VI(l MACIIIMCH,
lloo,, Hliilloin-ry mul I'll lures
'lvo Doors luisl of ,i, iwmu,
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Wo hrtvn iciiindoled our repair simp. nut i.tity rtWf
niches clocks mt Jolry, ! lrlMrl lo itiakr. inn.i ,,,
tHlnKlnshojnivrlryllno. Wo alio repair umoraphs ..) mi.
chine tMHmillw. U f-l ''" lM''K.'Wo hV (lie besi e,,,,!,,,,,,
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We bin old i:old and sliver at highest market value,
aie luokliiK for the must .llltlyuirraso In (lass nilltiK
Winters' JoVvolry (Sttifo
It... eldest ,tihlised Juwelr) lloro III KUliialli (.'niiiity
tii'l'tislii: Mi:illt N llli;i f
Pianos Rented H I'cr
rhoiioirraplis Renicd J) I Moi,th r
Typewriters Rented $i Per Monih
Wo sell office supplier!, lenl
blanks, typewriter ribbons,
paper ami carbon paper.
telephone us your order and
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ncrwccN main and klamath
Superior Train Service
"The Finc5t Train In America"
than 3 days to Chicago:;
A new I ruin ) ,nx lictweiin Han
I'rniiiUto mul Nnw Orleiins In tliniu
liver) Tuusiliiy ami IVIilny, C p. in.,
Viiiineiieliii: Dtieinlier 6II1, from H.m
Also lliroiiKli (oiirlst inrn without
ihmiKo to CMi'.ikh .Inlly via OkiIuii
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