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MOYER SAYS HE WAS ATTACKED
BEATEN AND SHOT BY ALLIANCE
mim.ii aim: Aitoi'msn at jik.ii.
jl.lMM.'li MKTMOIM AM) t.
noiiK run imjvknw:
liautxl rrldrll if Wrlrol l'nl
riald'U ( Minrta ) lit) Will lt
lum in Cluoirt, IHH" Tlwraiu ill
kUi VVna Huh Thrttt Tliiir
III Mm), Tulil In MIlMautir, lul.
tlc All'a U'aW I'mnmiMatnl.
Usted I'imi rWrtlr
Mil WAt'Ki. !, J. HuHefltie
litmt twu liiitUt wound lii M ahuul
dtr and one lM liU brail, l'rtlchl
Chatl Miivr ut Ibe Wpolsir l'4i
Uft "t Mle rit4 liord today
lie falsi" llrl (w llo Catuumt (wjlrj Horn il(oii He Mid it
aud HcciU rujwr country, irur fi..our. - m aiQ rwrtiiy for
t,n ho a ittirl4 U liUtll, ll,n minora llr Itiaaw nn ultrmiit to
ltr twine hi, lrtttl(ully bwitrn mplsm ilif Enlini houndi In ihr.'
and auti)nrrA u gtl" IttilttftllMra, tic kr '
atM, t; IHfllltxN III lli t'ltllrti VI..M' araut)t r.rncrallr tm.
Alllaotf 'tvtrd Ik.rr ,
r ta m in ihiR rot'l'fr rutin Ttir .imvhs mitwn ic inttnir
irr .aid Mor tiday, "Tho tiiln.1'"""1 ,,rr ,1"' "nui.ioti of Mojrf
rta ato fhlrnltnK fOf rrlPUCf, lUt I 1"' "'"' utjunoi an. Irrl mif .
In.v in fpiutij In llw lo nront - J
ititm Horn liiituat auyitiltiK tu Injuin
(Ho raux '
Wfacn aalrU rOKfriniiia1 the aturh
atd eitmlaiou lolloping hla charcol
tdl a m Miflng an atllantv badco'
ti the. iaa aUrm of nro that iv
attltrd In tho fatal Chflattaaa do
Hftk ( Calumet, Mi)jr made. tt
IttllaxleiE tatnittl; I
Of tanner Tanuer and nijmlf ucioj
lb tr tttom at tho tkotl hotel when.
Kht-iirr Cruo rll4 and demanded I
ll.t p tKppi tli money rHciPtl
tn Hip Cltlicn' Altlancn fur it fnm
llla uf the Chfttm vt) horrtir lc
lltn W'p reluaod, and iho ortlrer
-fit- .nthUl. LI., Ik- ml- l.l...l',,, em" m l
lM bKan lu blow, an by a prr-ar-fiht-d
tenl, Aa Ihpy blo, ISO
totmUr nf the CttUon'a Alltaiitro in-
ftdrd lh I.K.lfl. U'. w.i lil anil
held by oweihllnlher men danced
In Iront of , trlbtnic our ffe and
ticking nur bod lea,
'Ham. n.n iAei iu.l.l.,1 .- ...!
-,i me, fainted tbn, and dont
remember tho avrond and third ithot.
"When I rovrd coMclnuunc.
Thnr and I wrm blng ped from
mm man in another, down the lintel
aUlra. Aa Wo paMd along, w were
"lletwren the line of shouting and
School Expense Budget
iiy rit:n nrriiRsoN
Uounly School .Hiiporliiiendeiii
ScIumiI oxiuso budget sitbmltted iiallmi. but an oiiumernlloii of anuio
nrcvmber, lt13, 40,00tl. 2 BOO In turn chmi wo hale ii tnxnb o
Hrhool expenao budget aiihmllleil valuntlon of about Hi'.oOU per pupil.
I'umiber, 1913, f 01,000. In too othur, a uiluatUm of about
Tim flmi liupreMlon that ouo would f a.oou.
gel from tho above comparison would An winnl ' "l ",0 ' "''
' thai Ha, gchools of tho founly trlila Blrra onn set of ilimrlclN four
lern to bo a greater burden to tho teen llui '" ,u"rl' ,,,ou,,' f"r l ur"
I" I'ayrra during the coming nchoolW of mluiallon io iillu'i l'r
ve ii... ........". i. i,.iu aii arbitrary district boun-
' iiihii tiiiriiiaw iiiai iirainiii linn.
Hmli, however, la ol tho cmo.
Tho Increase In the general achool
hudgm In Hid result of making Ihu
rout ut publlo RChuols, In u larger
nu-amiro than hereloforo, n county
In the matter of school. It U n
Kfiiorally accepted tenet that tho
Ww the distribution of a tax Iho
"ore ogult.blo It becomes. If wo
I'1cm tho cost of maintaining school,
oil each' district, no matter how small
or poor It Is, then we have no lougor
public school system, but a eml
Oiio-half the valuation of Klamath
county is .Mated la districts that
liuve namotklng like 160 as un an
nual enumeration, lu the other half
i" th Mwrir we am the val-
lnlirli: llicmlc: , , f u,, AHlai .
rlti ..alielei) J.. Ii alillm,
I- . .1 . . . .
Mil"! tin mi linn)
Mujef la nt) i
liUUI 1 aimer u badl) brnlaed
ll4 I'ioh gVriKt
IIU'AUO. ie ; n..,i..,
Until. oHho rBiion s rw.0T(Mj
a lte If.Mii Mo)i-r IIUiik of Ue m
i't, 8il yliie b ami Tanner Mem
I'M I Oil A MllnauLee. liiii, rt I.. I. .(."" '" '" month Hhftler lm
blne tlirAiiamt llli d.tit. i !.
Itvlllr) olU ,Mocr IO 'Rt'irn If.
I'ntumi-t a a(Wi oi Im li ,(jl
t li It u.l I'faa tknttn
CAI.L'Mirr. l IT RheMfl t r..c
"rfaj ixurtl a da si of ih tn ilia-
Miir ft llt, (tttaallwl and hi
:HIG1I SCHOOL TO
IUM I II W.I (MI Is Hllt.WW.
Ill HHt 1tll.U i:i.im.
M sTtlts iMHMf tiii:
The Old tlrada atr lrsdf
fur Iho Came.
1 tncludrd III itictt IllieUp
"m "f lh 'oo,,"K'
l"rl-t relloru. io ip. an itiper.) pirvimg" eggs while they arc cheap
Harrrit Hirirn. Nail, Vadrn ""d Uml iirrderWng Idem for the winter '
lUjdeit All ilf thArt Ultdefatand tlie
('k"t " '""'' "arJ' "",l
l'file to make thing inter-
M,1,' ,rtr the achool ne
The largeai motor eel In the
rld t the Slam recently built at
Cuinhacrn. with a illilaremiil of
13 JOo ton
niiniiit i -
..a .. Ii(ttrtl til
dnry lino oiikih oi. "'.
limit the. opporluiiltli-H of education
,.f ..,. ..i.iid to li.HH than that of Romu
I other chllil who hiipptim to bo a llltjo
i more favorably located m K,ar.i
TakliiK tl.eno things li";,ii,,';l;
iitlou, tlio trai "" '"'
lli-lr ounuul con c .
that tho count) court licit ' " J I
budget tho amount of o l.ooo i r
school purpose, tiiu hciioui u.. ..
of Klamath county nro riioni
for th Incronso lu tho school expense
budget. , , .
Tho expetiHos of the common school
f tho county for tho school yenr on.l-
lug Juno 10, 1013, was W,M. Of
juuijuMina-mr ' -1-"' p"""""
(Ooatlauad oa pM
KLAMATH PALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY,
' MIUI h lllluj,!! i, , ,.ov
.II-.IN III- Mils U..N IM.
II l.s un.i, ; IV,.N ,:ui
I N II I Nil
I bar ml WU, keening widow',
""'"""i rranU, v J Shaver ,,
iiu-bi attorney. m .irii.ieil Friday.
."" w "leaweil l), (J,U, nij,! m III
"" n I'lellinlt.nry hi nrlng On
n" mt'Ulnliu: wituea j, Mrs.
nn "a'"I liu- liuabiiud was
h"l''1 '"M Ju,r Hl'" ""'.' Hint lor
,rn an'' '-"l'1 ' nrraniu Iihik:. I
ti U) iln. roui,i our( Kin. ) Hla.;1'"
mKtd Kimr u hir nttorni-) to
mm.- ti, .. aju.iiraiioii f.r n,.- ,,.n,ir.n
TO PICKLE EGGSp;
vmiii in un.i. in. so miiiii:
IS I III: ;itVs oi' ' hi; com
-nun!i: 'lltt ST un.i, ItlMT
km in ir
il nitid I'riMia Senile
I'HICAUO. IV-c 3
IHI"), Mho orcnnljcil (In- okk bo)iottiCommlnlonfr John HagcUtcln. and
Dial muted Dm tn(; CIiIcsko ci;k men
in plead for men ) but failed to make
am urrrptlble dent In the hitch coat,
bran laying plana today for another
(rsmiiaiK,, aealnat hlch ckk prices.
UMjkln; twrhe month Into the fu
tuie Mr, liley Intends to beat the
cold atorace man at his own same by
nmUnK oer houuf,i In Chicago
a llttln rold atoraKo propilelor of her
on She wnnta them to revert to
the omthod of "barrelluK" orku In-n-ntil
by their grandmothers.
Tho Chicago Clean Food Club, of
which Mr Hie) la tho president, ami
'tin. ngraniatliin xhlrh started the re
el uirampalKU In Chlratgo with a
bIokbii 'e want 32-cent egg,' will;
end to thousand of houtcwltea ,
coplen of the following recipe for
One pound of lime, one pint of
all. three gallon of water Slack
tln lime, add tho salt and water, and '
mix thoroughly. Lot stand for two.jonN
!tn befort unlng. stirring occasion
ally Drop the eggs into this brine,
.Hid when the grocer offers you eggs
nt AO renin n dozen, give him the
'ha-ha"" and pluck twclvn of jour
"l.'ggs are Jual an good when pro-
ired In till iiiauiiiT as when ilrst
I received " mild Mrn. Illov. "1 know n
tiuuiher of women who uned this
rM with i.XCellvllt redttltn."
WATCH PARTY AND
' uriif irm nuiiirn
ncn iCAn uinncn
inion ,si:ricim to hi: iii:ii
KW EAR'S I'.Vi: FOLLOW
ISO HAY THEHIJ WILL HE 1IKI.II
A ItAsKl.T IIINNER
Tlicro will bo n Union WatCH Meet
ing nt the Methodist ehmclt on New
Voar'H V.w, hoglnuliiB Jt 1 o'clook.
SHiikor ami Hlngers from tho vurl
cus ohurrhos will tuko part. A lunch
con will be solved nt to iVclmlt, Tho
publlo Irt Invited,
Thuro will bo u Nmv Yo.ir'u illnuor
At (ho Grnco Mothodlat Kpldoopal
church nt 1, o'clock on Now War's
... momuor8, nttondmita nud
, ,,,,, (U0 mlUort t0
,; , u lmikot ,nurr nd tho'r
mid n social afternoon enjoyed.
Tho sumo species of flower seldom
shows moro than two of tho three col
oih, i oil, yellow and blue. Roses, for
liintaiico, are found red nud yellow,
hut tun or bluoj vcrbonlns aro rod and
blue, but not yollow.
SAYS ii PAPER
MA Id's KAPLA.VATJON OK HIS
statement iikfohe county
((i'ut'h iihihimj hi:u VFK-
'I lit) follow I iik HtutvincnL li made
by (.' K lirnnilttiburjc, relative to re
mark mnUi- ucforo the llouorable
"In thin mornliiK'n Imiue of the
Northwpiti-rti I am quoted an Haying'
thut I am In favor of I'mlng the mon-J
vy that Iiiik been Hpcui on the court
hotiH now unilor coimtructloii.
J'or tlio Iji'iicllt of thone who may
'" l"ubl '" to my "tond rcUUvo '
t a .a ... I
cnimtriation or the new court
I0,,M'' ' wl " ""y ' "n ot,
'now, nor have I hut be-on In favor of
. lonltll? Hut ri.fil rif II. ti mnnnr llial liuul
in'i-ii nnt for court Iiuiifc construe
I Ion Nor have I evi-r at liny lime
fiiMitcd :i iiollcy that would line any
'part of tli In money to Klamath enmity
'Hevrral tax payorH -re bi-fore "
oniirabln County Court on the
2G(h lunt , lor the nutiioiiu of dl-
riuHliiK thi budget. I, uh one of the
tax mvrx, mild amonn other thlnRK
t tin r I believed the budget to be nut
'of proportion to the Inconu- of the
(ouut), and thai 1 bclluvcd that wo
hlioiild keep our taxcn ulttiln our
.blllty to pay. I uaid, If neiLtsary, I ,
I ould be In favor of dlApennIng with
Itlio court liouie levy. I might have,
jupokeii to several of tliono who were
iprciicnt at the time. Including County,
none undurHlood me to bo opposed to
jtho construction of the now court
IhoiiKti aa planned.
I ald there Ik a money stringency
at present, and that It should be tak
en Into consideration In making the
"I am now, and always have been.
In favor of public Improvements, but
I bellee that wo should mako them
im wo are ablo to pay for them. Pub
lic business bhould be as carefully
managed as private business.
"C. K. IIRANDBNnURG."
18TH ANNUAL IS
NEXT ON TAPIS
V. HOUSTON IS MAKING
HOME GREAT ARRANGEMENTS
I OK HIS HIG NEW YEAR'S EVE
With hU eighteenth annual mas
.iiuerade ball only a fow nights off.
John V. Houstoti Is making somo
re-(great arrangements for the big Now
Vwir'a Eve event, and he says it will
surpass uu) thing gtvon slnco tho first
annual In 1S15.
Houston recently found tho music
albums used at tho first dauco, and
he will have somo of these numbers
rendered. Included In the list are
"Smokv Mokes," "Memories of Home
iWulzt," "Ethol May," and somo of
tho others that wo all usod to stop
off w 1th oclat about two decades ago.
There will bo one thing missing
this year, and that" will bo Chap
Graves, who has acted as announcer
at every annual danc. Ills place
w 111 bo taken by Calo Olivor, who has
alho been present at about all of
Houston has arranged with tho
Houso of Horry to carry costumes
Prizes will bo awarded tho maskers
Music Is to be furnished by tho
Star theater orchestra, consisting of
bIx pieces. A band parndo will be
held In tho afternoon.
Sugar cano In Argontlno this sea
son is uxpected to yield 200,000 tons
of sugar, tho largest crop tho country
Telegraphic dlspatchos toll of tho
damage of $2C0 to a millinery store.
Two or thro up-to-date hats mutt
luivo been slightly singed.
An Iowa woman has married her
daughter's divorced husband She
probably wants to show Sis how to
manage a mau.
DECEMBER 27, 1913
Ex-Governor of Chihuahua
and His Two Daughters
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If the order of General Pancho
Villa, constitutionalist conqueror of
Chihuahua ana CX-uanail, is mauu
Reed. Luis Terraras, tho richest man
In Northern Mexico, will bo stripped
of all his possessions within his na-
tlve country. Villa, who Is now- su-
preme tn uninuaaua uj, me rajnwii
of the state, after his march from
Jnurei. has announced he would con-
flscate tho estntea of the Terrazac
I f II Uinnirn mer,y was an Upper Lak0 navigator. I Among the Poor," while a third has
Mill ffluKKIrirDeatu was duo t0 complications. In for its object the unification la the
Illl.l1 IlinilUlLU addition to her husband, Mrs. Hans-Jkonds "of friendship of all Geraaas
t berry is survived by three daughters.. woo wear pointed beards.
I Still another proposes the sore
LEAVING FOR HOLIDAYS, MOUL-.
LF AND VAN HELLEN WILL
RETURN TO KLAMATH a-Aiiiihoid church fairs when that was writ-
When L. G. Van Belleu, proprietor
or me uegai buo ore, .
rrancisco. no toia nis inem.. uo wu
going for a holiday vacation, this
aftomoon telegraphic advices wcro re-j
eclved of his morrlago to Miss Ade-
The wedding was solemnized byi
Rov. Dr. White, rector of an Episco
pal church in san rraucisco. iuot
couple will return In u fow days to ro- '
Roth "Van" and his wife aro well
known here, and they are very pop-j
ular with tho young people. Mrs..
Van Bellen, whose homo was Petosky,
Mich., has taught in tho local schools
for two years.
Another holiday wedding was that
of Frod Moullen of tho Orogon-Call-
fornla Auto company. He will arrive
this evening from Eugene with his
hrido, and a host of his frleuds aro
arranging an automobflo procession
and recoptlon for him.
To Address Young People.
Rov. E. M. Wilson, a missionary
from ludla, who Is visiting hla broth -
er, Arthur Wllsou, will address tho
Christian Endoavorora of tho Presby- hei d In New York city, and was shlp
terlan church tomorrow evening at'ped to yind Cave National Park In
0:30. Rev. Wilson will nlao fill the
pulpit at this church at both the
morning and evening services.
Tlio mosquito that sings Is the
malo and he doesn't blto. He merely
sings to divert the attention of the
victim, while his wife drinks a dip
per of blood.
Brunettes are said to make the
best working girls, but that does not
prevent lots of young fellows chasing
blond skirts all over town.
and Creel families, lue. m-nest in that
part of Mexico. The Terraza3 family, '
tearing ueuiiv iruiu mm, ueu uu aia
approach to tho city.
For many years, for generations,
tho Terrazas family has been the
leading one in the state of Chihuahua.
men a"u u i uc 6unu. aw
has been estimated as high as ?50. -
000,000. To the ex-bandit this prize
was one too great to give up.
(Mrs. Hansberry Dies.
Word has been received from Sea-
jsldo of the death of Mrs. Hansberry.' Another bears the title of "Society
wife of Cantaln Hansberry. wro for-'r the Promotion of Good Manners
Somewhere In the bible It reads: i
",n tnat day soven women shall take
hold of one man." They must have
"Shorty McCabo" says that the
reason they have music at the swell)
tnnors a ovcr tho Iand t0 mak6
& noM gQ tJjat the othcr gucgts caa.
wlv.rtch ent their
.. , ., . .
New Herd of Buffalo
United Press Service
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 27.
A new herd of bison has Just been
established by tho agricultural de
partment. There aro now five herds
under government supervision, total-
ilng n few moro than 330 animals.
'Tho new herd was produced by tho
'Society for tho Preservation of the
"American mson from tho Bronx Park
This latest acquisition Includes 15
animals, the youngest being 2 years
old. Forty acres of tho park havo
been fenced for a pasture. The slse
will bo greatly Increased next spring.
Hay will bo provided for the herd
during tho winter, as tho grass on
the forty aero space will very soon
be eaten off. Contracts will soon be
let for fencing 4,000 acres of the
10,000 comprising this national res
eravtlon, and the herd turned loose
in It next spring, after which they
NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS
WOMAN BEATS UP
ARMED MAN WHO
WOULD ROB BANK
, KNOCK KH GUN FIIOM
j , WITH A BItOOM
After llelnic Holalx.red Wltli m Broom
MJck, Hold lUndit riMlljr Jump
' TlmniKli a Window Wonu'a
.SerniniH of Harm Arouse flllaif a.
nuil the Foiled Hold, Bad Mm to
Placed Under Arrest.
United Press Service
LOS ANQELES, Dec.
fronted by an armed bandit when she
entered tho Kagle Rock Bank today
to open It for business, Miss Ida
Carr, tho assistant cashier seised a
'broom and knocked the revolver from
the man's hands.
With the broomstick she then
soundly belabored hint, until he es
caped by jumping through a window.
Citizens, aroused by the girl's
cries, pursued the bandit through the
streets and captured him.
A NUT COLLEGE
TO HE ELIQIBLE FOR MEMBER.
SHIP TO THIS, YOU MUST HAVE
BEEN IN AN ASYLUM FOR AT
LEAST SIX MONTHS
United Press Service
qerlin Dec. 27 An aasocUtkm
or exiunat,' detention in aa asylum
f , th 0 , th auaUflc.tl8i
tfor mombersh,Pt u one of tt tau-t
ideas of tho numerous freak aodavl
crganlaztions for which Gennaay I
general use of Wllhelm as a Christian
'name, presumably In compliment to
Illustrative of the German 'Joining
habit," the little town of Wlldau,
with only 2,000 inhabitants, boasts
of twenty-two different societies.
Did you evcr aotlce that whea a
Daby ,gn.t 8aylng a Mam,d thlllfi &
most anv mother can tell Ton ex.
will forage for their own food alto
gether. Latest figures furnished th Ualted
Press place tho number of basoa la
tho Unltod States and Canada at
mora than 2,000. A few years ago
less than 100 wero known to wist la
tho world. One government herd,
started In 1909 with thlrty-serea aal-
mals, has Increased to ninety-six. ?i
The bison herds owned by the aW
crnment are now distributed la Wlad
Cave National Park, Niobrara Natkar
al Park, Nebraska, Montana Nattaaal
Park and Wichita torestresaro la'
Kansas and Oklahoma. . ' :-
The largest herd owned by taa
ernment Is the YeUowstOtts Pat
herd. The last reports of tt'watvA
. . ,
uue snoweo ia reaeew .iwai mmm'xi
forty-nine wua ones. vrf mwmrj m j ;.y i
Henihaw. chief of the blslSsiUal 'mifis4-
ver. believes the abnemsl JaVWeaat $' I
ofhe fenced aalato;,w biiaaia tt'"
Earner animals steal taa i
wild aataam, " .ii
i iW '