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City Registration Closes Tonight; County Books Close April 30.
NEWS WHILE IT 18 NEWS
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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1914
Price, Five Cento
"THIS WILL BE NO ROSEWATER
DEMONSTRATION, BUT APOLOGY
OR BLOODSHED SAYS SHIVLEY
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trnmil I I It I'Uh Arranged. I
Member if ihr -ale CtMMMtlHr
lUtklnK file PiraMwI. ,
Wellington, April 15. -Th
U due at Tamtdni April 31,
tin. tUievrttli annlvrraary of (tie
Jrlrtliii of war agslual Hpalu, (
Mr ordering three warship oil )j
l.i. I'itltlc Coaal In Meitraii w.
t.r Into Uit allerniKiii, Horr--
ur lnlli makra imimIUIo Iho
btoefcadtrx f nil XUllran Jort.
I'blf.O i'roaa Herttra
U'AMIII.VOTO.V, l. t,' Airll ia.
Tlio I't-tlitrnt awMfrd u llial llil
mm ll ! iMt Ij'lulrr itniloiwtralliw,
lul It "III Iw a Until In rar llirre l
tun an !losr," wild ntalnunu Hlilv
ry ut llir rnate forrlun rrlallima
Halted I'roaa ftorvlea
O.VI.VKHTOV, Te Apririn.Tlie
Scfon.1 iNvlatoa of the army la ItMlay
la readlne for Held acrvke. Tlie
army tranaporla In Hut harimr arc all
l'rvllonrd, aad have ateam up, wlillo
the rallroaila have arrantred for aa Im
ninlUtr. removal of lrooM In Ihla rlly.
United I'reM Harvtca
WAHIII.S'CITON, 1). 0 April 15.
U It admitted that one of the contiuK
tut pomilhllltlr Im the ocriipntlou of j
Vnra (,'rui a wall an Tamplcn In cnaej
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iiiKTin rofuaea to talute even
Iho ilcimmairatlon at Tnmplro.
Tutted l'rM Barvlca
MAMITON HO A 1)8, April ir,.-Tho
Ailnntlc Kleet today atarted for Tarn
I'lcn, nnd will reach thai harbor Mon
lay night or Tueaday. A aluglu gun
An Enthusiastic Meeting
Last Nigk's Gathering Rampant Willi Boost Spirit
( Ouo of the moat enthualaatlc gnih
crlnga In the hlitory of the Klamath
t'luiinhcr of Commerce wai held Tuei
Jay ovunlug, tho occkalon being tho
rtKular monthly gathering of mem
1'1'i'n. in addition 'to tho mcmhor
(hero wore othar booatera preaent.
Tulka on mattera ot Intereat lu
Klnniatli county Were inado ty Judgo.
Iiuuaon, w, A. lelill and other
bl'iakura, kuiI thu ueed of co-opera-Itoii,
etc, wan forcibly brought out.
A ilgluly lusouvtou tu sarvt during
.nrpl by llt Arksimaa w tun signal
Ik mnimuwr Itiio lino. '
i Tll Delaware l Imltlt repaired, lull
'will Join Km riwft later.
Tilt torpedo Hoatllln I under full
J(tam, BWftllllllC ordnm.
! AM HX WIN Kh
POSPONED A WEEK
K.NTKRTAIXMKNT COMMlrTKI. OK
Olllt KKI.MMK I I NO THAT Alt
HAXOKMKNTS CAXXOT UK COM
PI.NTKD KOU NKXT KATCHDAV
T(B ,cmr f UO (.ii(ttMlumoni
u,m,mw. jtmU Hint liter wrttm Utile
.irf,u,ur i,. aniiuunritt. th flmt of
ithefr frle of ilnnre for net rietnr-j
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Ittuy mnttiiE, arratiKemvnU rauuut nml n 110 round trip fnr tin been
b rntntdeled In Blve tlm dance at lunljuecuretl.
time. Tit wrln of ilniirp will llu-n-' .r10 nuvtlni; at Mdford U called to
,furn Iw utaried HatiiriUy, April S&Ui, ftirm nn un-unliiitloii for kIvIiik bct-
nnd continued each HnttitilM nlKlit
l,eBe for California. '"I 'nery In .Southern Oreicou. The
l,av Shook lri thu'mornlnK ror,.;.lencr " J" S. Sf
U Antelix for , vUlt of aeverni
urnk. Mr. Hltnuk linn not complete-
y rerouted from mi nttatk of pneu
monia he hml lt winter, and liU
iliM-tor odvlaeil him In tHnd n mouth
or no In Southern Cnllioruln.
Ml Wreka Itecovera.
MIm Marjorlo Wekii linn reauiued
hor work at the court houne, follow
Inn nn lllneaa of a week'a duration.
Mailnme Onrrouto will rIvo nn n
numbly claaa Hnturdny ovenltiK for her
pupils nud their frlemJa nt the White
Pollrall ttolel. IlnurlnK from 9 to 13,
Sinter I III.
ll. ..,.1 Kir. Ohnrl... Mltlllrillll left
Hfl, M. -... .-".-- ---
nil mornlnc for Milwaukee, Or., Is
reaponao to it meanngo Hint ir, mi
drtim'a aleter U In a critical condition,
following an operation performed
I.nt year only twenty-throe mur
der were committed In London.
tho e.'eulng by the wlvoa of tho til
rector. At thU turollng, th Chambor of
Cnmmorco aoliicted lla offlclul embKni,
wlift-h I to bo inailti Into u button.
ThU la ft plow nntl ahonC ot wheat lu
tho cantor, with "Kluinutli Chumber
of Cninmorcu" beneath und "Woloomo
to Klamath" uround tho uppor odga;
Thu winning design wok mnilo by
Clifford Hovltn, u high achool atudont,
aud he waa awarded a f 6 prli. Thero
woro eight other dealgua nud ilogana
aubntlttsd by student, and many or
tliiso were of exceptional merit.
SPECIAL CAR TO
TO ROGUE RIVER
APRIL a.VTII IK TIIK TENTATIVE
linttiTliiK 'f Jikn, Ji.-.lilno and
Klamath County Ituutli-r In Work
fur Mum TourUl Traffic In Crater
take, tlrrniii Cat I and Oilier
Koiillirril Oirmw Hrrnlr Atlincllou
Will IU tare.
When (hi! mclliiK of Klumulli.
ijnrkaon ami Jonophttii' booster U
fatl.il to order t Mcdtnrd April .Stti.
lti-rv will lo present at least a car-
jlunil ol tiiKulffh from Klauiath Kails.
il.'niMiah nlKiilflt'd llflr lnte-ntloii lliln
"Ifdriuoiiu of goliiK to luauro at lut
Iciiio nvclal rnr, nud It may bo poiti-
bl- that tlicro I'u two or moro etrn i
rsm nllachccl to the train leaving liere
i, Unit ami olhir aru Interview'
Dm Itimliifw. nnn ri-nardlii Hie trip.
Tl.v liao rervlved anuriticip that
will bo a mounter deloRatlou,
,- tmMlclty to Crater iike. Upper
Klamath Uke, the itonuo Ulvcr coun-i
try, Orecon Caves and other wonder-1
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Ifonrliit trnnic itirotiRh their own town.
hut the men behind the now move
ment ho,, preiiter ndvantnaeH and n
Inriser number of nlshtaeer by united
work on the part of thn Inttrented
The feeling l Kenernl that Uio
meellDK.Bt Med ford will do much to
ceuicnt the ntrnlnod relation! between
thn varloiiH counties. It It largely for
thl that so many of the bualneaa men
are arranging to go with their wive
Klamath county product, nnd pho
logrnplia and lantern nlldeti of ncenlo
attrnrtloiiH tiro to be taken to the
Mr i! ford giitherlng. C. H. Miller, O.
C. Applegiitw nud C. T. Oliver have
been named nn n committee to securo
IN BELL SYSTEM
ALAltM,tt'II.L IIK OIVKX AT CllOSS
INtiS WIIKX TBAINH ABK AC
I'ltOACHIXO MKN ANB KgUII
Tho Houthoru raclHc has com
menced tho work of Installing bell
slguulH at tho points whoro Main
street nud Sixth streot cross the rail
road tracks. This was asked sotno
tlmo ago by tho couuoll.
Thu now signals, eloctrlcally con
trolled, will rlug u warning gong
whenever thero Is u train within a
fw blocks of thorn. '
IjuticN to Meet.
Tho laUles ot tho Christian churoh
will muet ut ii'io tomorrow afternoon
at thu church, to make further ar
ruugeuieuts regarding the dinner and
burnar to bo given later.
Tho averaia telephone exekauge In
China has (ewer than 100 subacrtbers,
' MAYOR'S PROCIiAMATIO.V
Whereas, The city authorities are
I drill directly reaponalble to tlie public
'for aanllary coswlillon of the cliy: (
I Wlier-aa, Mure or Ira rubblah haa
lac-cumulated on ltu, back yard,
atreeta and all? of tho city; and,
Whereas, Many of the barn and
nuthouse imctl an unaaaltary and
naiffhtly apprerane-: and,
Whrr-as, Am unclean elly lias a'
i1iml JTirl nminrl.ll, .ml
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Where, The city anticipate
tlioroiiftli rampal(n Mjraint the fly
iiubancn duriait lliU "prinic and aunt-
Wherroa, Tile entire noftnlaco of
our city, aliould with one accord Join
In n Kcneral morn towanl accuriiMt a
rlly healltifnl aa well aa a city bean-
J I If til, healUi bdnjt dependrat to a
ilarice dejrree upon the aanitary con
dlllona of the Hly,:
Ttierefor, I, by virtue of the au
thority In me veated aa mayor of the
city of Klamath Fall, and actl-c la
puntttaartfof an action of the common
con nr 1 1 or aald city, do hereby act
aaido and proclaim Friday and Satur
day or Ihia wee;, April 17th aad lSth,
OM, a "Cteaa-np Pay,' and hereby
call iikih all men. women aad chil
dren to Join la a ayalematlc cleaa up
or the rlly.
Tlie city council ban provided for
Iteama aad men to handle tlie rubbUli.
Mhlch aliould be clonely piled outalde,
Mliem tlie team can reach It.
I i no aio icrvy requeat ine co-op-
cm I ion or I lie rhurchea, arhoola, the
Women' Civic leatic, Chamber of
Commerce, and all other organ!
tlona l aMlat In Ihla clean movement.
Hated, Klamath Fall, Oregon.
April 14, 1VM.
THOMAS F. NICHOLAS, Mayor.
BLUE SKY LAW
LKaSUTIO. SIMILAR TO TILT
ADOITKO IX ORKOOX 18 TAKKX
TO THK FKOKRAL DISTRICT
COURT BY OPPONENTS
United Press Sorvlce
KKOKUK, low'a, April lG.Iowa's
blue sky law, passed by the Inst gen
erul tiimembly. to prevent tho foreign
bank, land and mining promoters
from taking mouey out ot tho state
(or wildcat scheme, Is being tested
here today In the federal court before
Judges Smith, McPherson and Pol
lock. Tho law demands that foreign com
panies, before they can do bustnoss In
tho state, must convince tho secretary
of state that their scheme Is legiti
mate, and they may secure a certifi
District Judgo McHenry at Dos
Moines, has doclared the law uncon
stitutional, and the state has appealed,
tho case to tho supreme court.
KnomloB of tho law have attacked
ll on tho same grounds In the federal
court, which Is the case being heard
Combine Is Broken. ,
"I guess you'll have to advertise
oitr halt for rent, says Bob Alexander,
Most Rested Son ot Iho local parlor,
Sons of Rest. "A large percentage of
our members have really gone to
work, eliminating them from the ben
efits ot tho order, and a few more are
showing tho symptoms, so the disrup
tion ot tho Indolent parlor Is feared."
Tho Klomllyo Holds, which are lu
Yukuo territory, Domlniou ot Canada,
havo produced nearly
The world's sugar crop tor this
year la estimated la excess of 18,050,
000 tons, or more than 1,000,000 toaa
greater ttuut last rmr.
UNCLE IS NAMED
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Change ha tlie I'en-onocl of I lie Coun
ty Court Contra Ttiio Mornlcf,
Vhea Comtniaaioner Suy f-rrlll
IleaiKna to Ievot Ilia Kntire At
tention to Iliulaeas lntert-ta Out
aide of the BUtc.
C. Ouy Merrill thU morning reitfn-
cd as county commUstoner. Ills uncle,
Nathan S. Merrill, has been choM a to
ucceed him by the other memlif ra of
the county court.
Merrill' retlgn-tlon comri unex
tectedly, an It was the coureusus of
opinion that he would bo out for le-
N. 8. Merrill
election. , This morning, to a Herald
representative, the retiring official
stated that his business affairs re
quire his entire attention.
"For tho next few years, I do not
expect to resldo permanently In Ore
gon," said he. "and the greater part
of my tlmo will bo spent In California.
For this reason, I find It Impossible to
continue In tho offlce.'
Merrill and Worden were both
chosen as members of the county
court at tho 1910 election, and they
havo worked together in the court's
movements for bettering the high
ways and making other Improvement
upon tho county's credit. For this
reason, he has also been the recipient
ot both ardent praise and caustic crit
icism. While no attempt was made to re
call htm when Worden's stewardship
was placed before the voters last
spring, an effort was made to force
Merrill to tender his resignation a
commissioner. With assistance from
others, he was able to ward off the
threatened trouble It he failed to
quit, and stayed In the light. He chose
to quit at tho time his announcement
ot candidacy for re-election was ex
N. 8. Merrill, the new commission
er, is a pioneer resident or Kiaaaain
county, aud it waa he who founded
the town ot Merrill, The oSJce ot
county commissioner Is not a new
one to him, aa ho was a member ot
the county court during Judge Bald
It waa during that term that the
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185,000,000.Klamatti county high school was built,
the Altamont road constructed, and
other progressive measure started.
The court at that time ako metre
continued e pae )
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 15.HurU niut
not only apologize for the variouc recent offence
toward America, but he must promise to be good in
the future, if he isn't to experience a consequence that
may mean armed intervention.
This, in effect, is what President Wilson told the
senate committee on foreign relations today. He in
sists that the tune has past temporizing, and char
acterized Huerta's attitude as a series of studied
insults to America.
Wilson said a sharp lesson is necessary. He wants
everything done with the consent and approval of
congress, and will confer with congressmen freely
"Wo are not In possession of all the j
facta leading to the naval demonstra
tion," said Shlvley. "But we are sat
isfied that the president took the only
Senator Lodge urged the committee
to authorize President Wilson to use
force without a formal declaration ot
war. He said a formal declaration Is
Impossible, since the Huerta govern
ment was never recognised. The com
mittee showed a strong sentiment of
backing the president.
The next move is up to Huerta, and
it Is Impossible to forecast him. Most
of the government officials believe
that Huerta will not salute. They be
lievo he has decided be would rather
be driven from the presidency by the
Americans than defeated by the rebel
United Press Service
WASHINGTON, D. C. April 15.
It is asserted today that there is noth
ing in the late dispatches ''from
O'Shaughnessy to show that Huerta
Three ot Huerta's message to the
state department have not been pub
lished. It has been learned that they stated
in effect that Huerta insisted he had
made all the amends to be expected
from him. He refuses to assume the'
responsibility for the acts of his
Huerta seems to welcome, rather
than dread a crisis. If be is defeated
by tho rebels he Is discredited; it by
tho Americans, he stands a chance ot
going down In Mexican history aa a
Tho American army Is ready tor Im
Horsefly District Gets
For the second time tho Horsefly
Irrigation district has been unable to
secure bidders for its 1750.000 bond
Issue, tor the construction ot the pro
ject. No proposals were at hand at
tho time of opening bids yesterday,
For the construction ot the canal
and distribution system, diversion
dam, etc., three bids were 'received,
but no action was taken regarding
these. Two ot these proposed to do
tho work for cash, and the third,
which waa considerably higher,
agreed to take the bonds, provided be
be given time to look over the bond
field before signing a contract.
Regarding a report that the gov
eminent might help the project, the
followlug statement waa aad today
by Project Manager 3. 0. Oajaa;
The following statement waa made,
today by Senator Works ot Califernia:
"The sending of the Beet to Mexico
with threat ot war at this time dis
closes a peculiar phase of human na
ture, and exhibits a peculiar brand
ot patriotism. -.
"Hundreds ot American cltlsen
have been slaughtered, their wive
and daughters outraged, and their
property destroyed, and the govern
ment did not raise' a hand. Now, be
cause a few bluejacket have bean ar
rested, and Huerta refuses to salute
the flag, we are going to war, It neces
sary, to secure his humble apology."
Otters for Cotttaction
"In the morning paper there waa an,
article in resard to the reclamation
service co-operating In the coaatruo-,
tion ot the Horsefly project.
It must have beea a cae of 'the
wish being the father of the thought
on the part of some one. there bava,
been no negotiation between 'the!
Horsefly people and the reclamation i
service building th dam or any parti;
of the project. Neither the HorseS;
people nor anyone connected with thai
srevlce has mad ajkyypropoUleajJ
looking to such co-oporatlon." "'v
"I wish to particularly contradict
the statement that part of. such east
might be charged to Tule I-U 14.
The reclamation act reqalras ttet las
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