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KLAMATH FALLS, ORaVJOM, FRIDAY, AUOUHT 16, 1018
Prfe. Mr Osa
MRS. JOHN SCHALLOCK DIES SUDDENLY
TOLD SOME LIES
WTHItT ATTOHNKV ATTACKS
f..iffrfc- Hurt oa All-Day Ar
nraeat for I"' Cuavertloa ol At
loraey 'or ,,,p MrNajaarae latl
. Ttml There Mm Hea Lg
mi lloth Sldr ' Will CJo la
the Jry Tonight
Celled I're Here Ice
LOS AN0i:t.KH, Aug. l.--On the
opening of court May, District At
itraey Frederick resumed hU clrt
Its srgument to the Jury In In Dsr
IC rue The tlma allotted htm will
iplr t 1 o'clock this afternoon.
Judie Mutton' charge to lb Jury
til fallow Immediately, and lt cm
III to to the Jurr at once.
"It It utter folly, gentlemen," bol
on ih district sttornsy, "to believe
ibst tny other prsons tbsn tbs st
tertieis lu the MeNamarn trial, tho
Morsels lin bad tbs handling ot
tit money, commuted thoao briber
W. Nobody else would wssls tho
tirss or money In bribing Jurors who
mlht not bo accepted when they ap
lr4 In court "
Fredericks run Dried himself strict
1 to Ih ttldence snd tbs wltnesso
la Us trltl, and made no attempts st
tltku of oratory.
"I tra going to look tbs wlUeese
o testified squarely (a tbs fses,"
Is tild. "I will not say that all ol
Ik wltnenes for lbs defease bat
tied. Neither will I say that all of
Ik wltnrtic for tbs atats told tho
troth, rranklln'i whols attltuds oa
Ik ilsnd wat, that of trying to pro
ltd barrow, of trying to shlsld the
rata who had altcn Mm money,
"When Harrow was on tbs stand
kt appeared to be speaking tbs truth,
kit you cannot tell, question l)ar
row for a while and you cannot tell
ktther he It speaking tho truth or
WHO IH TALI.KHT IIOV?
MrMlnnvllln Paper lloaaU
I.Ian County Youth
Tho McMlnnvlllo Hoporter la
boaatlng about a youth of Thorn
as, I. Inn county, who la 0 feet 4
Inchss tall. The paper declare
that tho boy, Ira Sterling, II
ysars of ago, U lbs tallest youth
In the stale.
The Herald I certain thst
there are taller hoys In Klam
ath county Who aro they?
TWO PAIRS Ol SHOES TAKKN
FROM Till! K. K. K. HTOIIi: BY
MAN WHO POHKM AH A
At Ivatt onn atoro In tbs city was
loser by tbo crowd of visitor In
the rlty yesterday. Two pair of IS
shoe, for which the place I noted,
were "lifted" from the K. K. K. store.
About o'clock In the morning a
well-dressed stranger euterod tbe es
tablishment and aaksd to bo shown
a pair of shoes. Two pslr wer tsksn
from tbs shelf for his Inspection, on
of blsck and tbs other tsn. II de
liberated for omeis la his aslsc
tlon, until flnslly the clerk stepped to
Ih rear of tb store.
When the clerk returned to the
front of the atore tin found that hla
prospective customer had disappeared
slid likewise the shoe.
"It's a wonder he didn't ask for
coupons, too," said Fred
manager of the store.
ASK FOR PEACE
.IMJOTIATIONH AIIK .NOW UNDER
WAY TO END WAK
Oroaru sad III Troon Have Aban
doned Jaares, sad the City Is Now
In Cfititrwl of tlio federal Fore.
The Itrtifl Forres Are Now Laying
Down Their Arms aa a Kesalt of
..Negotiations Now Under Way
United l'ress turtles
MEXICO CITY. Aug. 1. Dsflnlts
proposal for peace have been receiv
ed from Ormco. It la eipected that
a truce will bo declared Immediately.
A result of the hegotlstlons rebels
am now laying down their arras?
Kl l'AHO, Teias, Aug. !. -Oro-
co' rebels nsre cvacuaiea jaurei,
and the federal now occupy tho ctty.
Tho last Oroico troop left thla mora
,nt on a south bound Mexican Central
iin tbl morning.
Colonel Juan .Medina, head of 11.8
Vigilance committee, I preserving or
der In Jauret pending the arrival of
General Tellet with several thousand
e ATTACK MOVING COMBINE
Halt Is Mart by Uncle Sam's
Hlrstf Mea e)
United Press Servlcs
Philadelphia, Aug. in.
The Federal government has
surted suit In tbe district court
for lb dissolution or the mov
Ing plclur trait.
UlUi Km sad J. V. Jotusson. Mar
hall Hoaaa HeMarr Fare Forth
la Hearrh nf Game, aad Scads
Klamath Ixidgs No. 137, 1. O. O. P..
will hold their regular meeting thla
evening. There will be work In tbe
First degree. Visiting brothers sre
cordially Invited to atlsnd.
Fred Noel of tbe Marshall house,
hla son Paul snd J. Y. Jonnson sre
now hunting above Odessa, which se
Houston. 'count for the more liberal supply of
venison In these psrts, a they sent
somo game down In advance of their
return. Those who havo sampled tb
Importation sre hoping that the
sportsmen wilt havo a continuation
of tbe good tuck that has been theirs
up to date.
Dr. Chilton, Hurrying on Call,
is Hurled from Automobile
Hurrying In an automobile last
ftllht to the bedslife of Mrs. A. M.
Clsuion. who resides about five miles
Ike other side of Keno, and who was
kout to he confined, Dr. Cbltton was
tkrown out of an automobile and In
city committee okaiim timk uv
khiklock ami octh homk of
Taking tlmo by the forelock, the
wmmliteo In chargo of the boulevard
'! of Hecond street has alresdy had
conalderablo part of tho work done,
" members hln iimftiv. nt .
""I ll tho money nocsssary to com
WU tho undertaking. A large quan
'' oi oarth ha been hauled and
N"d on ihu road for All, to bo
wpsd up a n foundation for tbo lm
eJ!. "rl,' ,'rouby M.OOO'worth
lire I h" bMn dumpwl on tn
''That much I already accomplish
. Jld o. w. White, who U a tm
-WW,0' ,D8 . "Buch a atirt
"H llveu, ,n advantage la pushing
beiance ol th work wbsa tb
ti0.." ..' ,U ib"bi eoadl
" M Pr mlt. I don't kaow Just
addition to two blsck eyes, he wsi
The automobile, driven by a Uv
ery chauffeur, struck a rock concealed
by sagebrush about four miles tbli
side of Keno, and tho front wheel wsi
put nut of commission.
how tho work will bo let, nut mis
will bo decided by tho commltteo
.vhen the proper lime .cornea In what
ever then way seem io uo me
"I'orsonally. It seem to me It
might be a good plan to arrango for
thn letting of tho contract Io do the
county's and tho city's shares at ono
lime, a ono Job. To do tbl we could
wall until the county court was ready
to go ahead with the county's portion
of the Improvement, and get bids for
tho entlro undertaking."
The commltteo for tho city's part
of tho roadruaklng Include Mr.
While, Fred Helhase, president of
tho American Hank and Trust com
puny; J. W. Blomons, preildeut of tho
First Trust and Having bank, and
Aluiander Martin, Br., president of
the Flrat National bank.
0. 'l. Wlllson and Oeorgo T. Bald
win are viewer for the county to de
termine the valuation ot land It must
acquire for a continuation of the nsw
boulevard to tho county line, ana is.
II. Henry, county surveyor, has bn
looking after tho technical estimates
for Klamath county.
Knowing the Importance of the
case he was out on, Dr. Chilton, la
iplte of his Injuries, struggled along
the dark road on foot to Keno, where
h eurml an automobile snd ws
taken on to tbo Clauson plare.
It ws a robust boy.
CONFIBMATION OF 8MAM.ER AP
I'HOriHATION OF fao.000 FOB
ritATl-.ll NATIONAL PARK
COMF.H FROM WABHINGTON
Gasps Farewell to Husband
Then Loses Consciousness
Cltt'HADK IH UTARTKD IN CROOK
COUNTY AX OPKN OAMULINO
WILL BK sWOPPKD RKDMOND
IH HKAT OF TROUBLE
Thsr Is to bs a bous cleaning la
This Is tba information brought
her by John It. Evans of Th Dalle,
who arrived here Thursday, n rout
to Yreks, where he will spend a week
or to visiting friend. Ho came to
this city by tbe way of Redmond and
"Cltltens of Redmond bsve appeal
rd to (lovernor West to put a stop to
gambling there." said Mr. Evan. "I
understand that the governor has al
ready Uken action, and that thero
will be prosecution oon.
"The mayor and marshal of Iltd
mond, a well a the sheriff and dl
trlct attorney are Involved. I was
told that open gambling was allowed,
snd privileges sre grsnted to the rod
Miss Anna Ketser ot Salea arrived
tut evening on a visit with hr friend
Mr. C. r. McClesry.
OLD AND YOUNG
HUT FOUR DAYM REMAIN IN
WHICH TO HEGHfTKR FOR COM
PETITION IN CITY BEAUTIFUL
Dut four day remsln within which
register for competition for tb
prlies offered by the Women's Civic
Keaguo In the "City Beautiful" movement.
Already considerable Interest has
been sroused by tbe campaign, and
numerous registrations have been
The following Is tbe list of prises:
Dest new lawn, first prise flo; sec
ond prise 10.
Beit old lawn, first prlt 110; sec
ond price 10.
Best flower garden, first prise 10;
second prise $10.
ftest kept yard, nrst.prla It, sec
ond prise f 10.
Best new lawn, boy or girl, first
prlt 110, second prlte $5.
Best kept yard, boy or girl, first
prise 110, second prise 16.
Donated by Mrs. U Bath for the
best bed of aweet pess grown by
children: Boys,' first prlte, baseball,
bat and mask; boys second prlte,
Brownlo earners. Girls, first prlte,
Jtrdcntcre; girls second prlte, vase.
YIELD IH ESTIMATED AT IOO
HACKS TO THE ACRE ON RANCH
NEAR HTUKLK BRIDGE FRUIT
THKKM ALL GROWING
II. J. Ueardsley, who wu arrested
Wednesday for speeding on a motor
cyel. waa assessed IB by Judge
Uavltt this morning,
Confirmation waa received here last
night of the message from Senator
llourno. printed In Tho Herald, that
emigres would probably rank an ap
propriation of $50,000 for tho build
ing of road In Crater National Park,
Tho meage, which I from Washing
ton, I as follews:
On account of tho euiagreomen. i
tho conferees on tho sundry civil bill
regarding tho Item of i.oo.uuu w
the Crater Lake Park, It Is considered
probable that they may compromts
Out of seventy concatenations bsld
.tnrtn this year by the Hoo-Hoos,
the one held In Klamath Falls, May
II, put through the largest clans of
Henry Semon, who owns a ranch
near 8tukle bridge, waa In the city
yesterday. He ha forty-five acre ot
foothill potatoes, which he claims to
be tho best In the county. Most ot
tho potatoes aro now Urge enough
to market, and are ot exceptionally
flno quality. Thl Is Mr. Bemon's
first yesr In'tho Klamath Basin, and
ho Is trying out several different
varieties. He hss cultivated his po
tatoes thoroughly, and by thl method
has kept tho moisture close to the sur
Mr. Semon estimates that his yield
will not bo less than 100 aacka per
acre. With potatoes selling at only
70 centa per hundred thla will be a
remarkablo roturn on land that sold
a year ago for less than $15 an acre.
In addition to putting the land in
potatoes Mr. Bemon set out BOO fruit
trees, practically all, ot which are
growing. His trees have been dam
aged somo by the rabbits, but be con'
template putting up a rabblt-tlght
fence this fall. Tbe land he has se
lected for his orchard lays at the foot
of Btuksl mountain, and Is well shel
tered from frosts.
IN THIS CITY
ADVERTISEMENT IN THE HER
ALD ntllNGH NUMBER OF RE
PLIEH LOAN IH MADE ON UN
IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
Paralysis is Given
as Cause of Death
Relatives arc Notified and are Hur
rying to the City to Attend the
Funeral. Son is Now Here
Spear Kills Deer
The first application for a tag to
put on a dser to-sblp out of th ital
wss msde this taornlng to County
Clerk Do Lsp. Albion W. Spear of
Alameda, Calif., made tbe application.
He killed the deer west of Crater
I.ake at the head of Rogue River a
couple ot days ago.
E. P. Hopsoa. supervising engineer
ot the United States reclamation
service, left this morning for Port
land, bis aeadijuartars, after epead-
Ing a couple ot days Inspecting the
work In this vicinity.
That ther Is plenty of monsy In
Klamath Falls wss evidenced todsy.
whon In response to a classified ad
vertlsement In The Herald asking for
a loan ot ssoo mere appeared sis
people who were anxious to loan
The loan was msde with unim
proved Klamath Falls realty as re
ct'.rlty. The man who secured the
loan offered to Increase the amount
tn 11,000, but this amount was nut
UNITED STATES CRUISER GOES
TO AID OF VESSEL LOADED
WITH SUPPLIES FOR THE ISTH
MUS OF PANAMA CANAL WORK of
United Pre Bsrvtca
BAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 16. The
freight stesmer Poeladas, bound from
this port to Psnama with canal sup
plies, Is ashore oK Cspe Nassau, on
the coast of Lower California.
The cruiser Denver has started
from San Diego to assist tbe dis
COUNTY JUDGE AND ATTORNEY
FROM LONE STAR STATE ARE
HERE WITH A VIEW OF LOCAT
INGPLEASED WITH OUTLOOK
HIGHEST LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
OF GOVERNMENT REFUSES TO
RECOGNIZE THE HOUSE TURN
DOWN OF TAFTH DISAPPROVAL
United Press Service
WABHINQTON, D. C, Aug. IB.
Tbe senate today defeated the motion
to pass the steel tarlS revision bill
over the veto ot President Taft. The
vote came after a protracted debate,
and was not unexpected.
The senate agreed to the confer
ence report on the caaal bill.
With a view ot locating In this sec
tion, John R. Moore, county Judge ot
Anderson county, Texas, ana R. M
Jobnsou, county attorney ot the same
county, are in the city today.. They
were shown about the city this morn
ing by C. F. Stone, the well known
Both men expressed themselves as
Immensely pleased with the outlook
for the future ot the Klamath country.
A party ot people lstt thla morn
ing for a month's camping at Crater
Lake, Included Rev. J. 8. Stubble
field, pastor ot the First Presbyterian
church, and wife; Miss Margaret
Weaver ot Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs.
J B. Mason and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Mrs. John Schallock la dead.
Like nlldnre tbe sad asws spread
through the city during the aoo.
hour, and tb high esteem la welsh
this pioneer matron ot th Klamath
country was held was sv.daea oa
Arising early this moralag at per
fect health. Mrs. Schallock lay eeld
In death before the aeon hear. Mat
last words were embodied la a gas-s
lag message ot fareweU to her de
voted husband. Thea aha lest asm
iTliiini" J aver ssattatay-
siclaaa failed to rsatata the aaark
Mrs. Schallock arose at the aeaal
honr this moralag, aad prepared
breakfast. After Mr. Schallock had
gone to his oatce, aha wsat eat lato
her garden, la which ahe delighted to
spend her spar Urns.
At SMS this morning Mrs. Schal
lock called up her husband, aad asked
him to come home, aaylag ahe was
111. Mr. Schsltock started from his
office et once. When he arrived home
Mr. Schallock was sitting In a chair.
"1 am going, John," she said.
Then followed a pathetle meawge
farewell for hsr mate of maar
Dsputy Sheriff Wheeler was Imme
diately notified, and be harried to the
Schallock home with Dr. Taylor. Dr.
Chilton arrived about the asms time.
It became evident to both physicians
tbat tbere wss ao hope, bat every ef
fort wss made to proleag life.
Mrs. Schallock lost coascloaaaeai
before the arrival of the physicians,
and did not revive. For nearly three
hour she ley, hovering betweea life
snd desth. Ssversl times death
seemed to have conquered, but It was
not until 11:30 that tbe end came.
Dr. Chilton ststed this afternoon
tbat death had resulted from paraly
sis. Mrs. Schallock had been la a
iCmuuued oa Page 4)
REDS ARE MARKS
POLICE SECURE RETURN OF
MONEY WHICH INDIANS COM
PLAIN OF HA VINO LOST ON THE
Q. H. Carlstoa ot Merrill U a local
A number ot complaints were made
yesterday to the police that ticket
tollers at the-clrcus had short-chaag-ed
visitors. la every Instance, how
ever, the police brought, about resti
The complaints were eblsly from
Indians, and th amounts ranged
from It to 1B. Immediately upon
receipt of a complaint the aollea
would demand ot the circus people
that the money be glvea back. Thla
was lmmedlstely done, with the se
planatlon 'that the money had beea
forgotten by the complainant