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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
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Amazing! The Loveliness and Extensiveness of Our Big New Line of Parasols Just Received
All the daintiest and prettiest designs shown this season in plain and fancy
Silks. All exclusive designs. Come in and make your selection.
STILTS DRYGOODS COMPANY
'WHERE THE LADIES SHOP"
LOCAL DOCTORS WILLIS 6IVEN A
General Villa's Cavalrymen in Action
HAMILTON' AXD MORROW HAVE
CONTRACT FOR CARE OP MEN'
OX ALASKAN RAILROAD SELL
MXXIL FCKXITCHE CONCERN' IS
AGAIN' C.IVKX kA JUDGMENT
AGAINST KIRK I.VNLRAXCE
Drt. R. R. Hamilton and E. V. Mor- For the second time a 1-aVe county
row hTe Just secured the contract Jury In the circuit court ha nwar.lnl
from the government for the care of the WII1U Furniture company a Jud
the 8,000 or more men to be employed ment against the Horticultural Fire
on the federal railroad construction Holler Association. Thin time, the
in Alaska. Upon receipt of word to Jury was out ttfteen minute,
that effect from Dr. Morrow Tuesday. tu actlon u tbo rwuH of a Cn
Dr. Hamilton disposed of the firms' Whlca destroyed the Lakevlew store
fixtures, apparatus, etc, to DnuCathey
and Johnson, who are here from Port
land, seeking to locate, and who are
hick la tnelr profession.
Dr. Morrow, who has been In the
north for several weeks, will return
la a short Utae, to assist Dr. Hamilton
la winding up the lira's business.
They expect to go Into Seward In
July, and wilt at once erect a hospital jwas Just held
of tle company. Following It the In
surance concern accused Willi Sr. of
perjury, and he was tried and ac
quitted. The furniture concern then brought
suit tor the Insurance, and were
awarded the verdict. An appeal was
taken to the supreme court, which
remanded the case (or retrial, which
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ll.f patty tl f lli old llco rrft.U4li
fcai nui iiuu id) tpifi of ciift'
there, ia order to-properly care for
Announcement Is made In London
the engagement of Lady Scott. wld-
At Florence, Italy, the Federation 0w of Captain Robert E. Scott. Arctic,
of Tasean Women has organized anjOXplorer. to Sir Jamea R. Barrle' the
aaSOCiaUon Of "PareaU Of Pupils Of.nUrvrirht rnlln Hentt norl.hxt ln
This photograph shows General I'ancho V1IU. the conilllutlotulUt Held l-adrr. and his cavalry With nut.
ply trains etc. the troops are now on their way to Queretaro. the northern key to ilxlco City. It b eiiied
flint fhn fAilitfu! Irnniu -ltl m.b.. ... .... . . . .-i ... '
J .V.. .... ""' "",'w ""' """ ,00 "gainst me rebels there before retreating to Ihe defrme
Mexico City luolf against the Invasion by the northerners.
ruu.l Hi llil. !. of tho b iifttur.. j, ,n,j ,,,, u.,.,,1, mtti4
Pirturr thnl ha. vrr Wn .mii1 " u, t)fU ,Ho ,.lt,f,,, jtl
Th mptnlMfti. Of tho party W4 lurlln$ III abrr. t4 ri(nHlatl(
tiamp Wardrn J J. FurUr lll it to ih Nfil.titUtr pror.m
Ibo Clear UK pi-.m tnittorr. jc,r.,rum rtr ut I'.sttjW
l4k. picture, uf the Hl(n.. corma. 4A,a rtaM.Hr.l ibM nn.tof CU
rattU i! otbpf bird ntlnc thefP. ,.,. ... .j.u,ilr. rrt,.n to ii
after hlch hy will mum. their b m,Hrto ,Mdf aft4 u ,, ,w y
of work on l.oer Klamath lk,
that ho r.frtt lu hlrat.lt t4 !Uu
tat Public Schools." The association
will demand useful reforms. Italian
parents often Interfere with the
schools and uphold their children
against the teachers. This has always
bees a drawback.
a South Pole expedition. Darrle's first
wife was Miss Marie Ansel!, the act-'
ress, from whom he was divorced In'
Wood block pavements made from
sawmill butte is a new Industry pro
posed in Lane county.
The Pacific Northwest sent out)
$3,0C9,635 fruit shipments In 1913.'
SAY WITNESS TOLD
UNTRUTH ON STAND
BARRISTERS VS. GUNMEN EIRE
NEWSPAPER MEN ON RED CROSS
lor t'oMFtlrr o bettiS lha eelr It
jKroMlte III hn irnslc
Id ft port to ItiKMetell.
Cuiad. MUs Ver.. Murtltxk aluo maila
M. D. Hammlll of Albany Is plan- CARRINGTO.V, WHO TEMTIKIKD
nlng a 100-room hotel at Bandon.
Construction of the long trusties on
the line between Siaslaw and Marsh
aeld has becaa.
Herald waat ads brtag resalU
Co4)uIIIe River coal mines are mak-.
log large shipments to San Francisco. I
IN' IlrXIiK VS. IIOYT TRIAL NOW
COMING HKItK IN' CHARGE OF
Springfield Is to have fountains on.
the principal streets.
Charged with perjury during hU Itwyurs t. Newsmonger
HEM IHK IIKE.Y HURLED, AND HIKED TIU'GH OF MINE COMPA.
GAME WILL IX ALL PHOIIAIIIL. MIX XHOW LIXH PRINCIPLE
ITY HE PLAYED A WEEK FROM THAN' IS EXPECTED OF THE
NUXDAY. j jt(WT DKGIUDED
To t'nnjoii City.
Mr. and Mr O II
da Ci4d mul MUa U) Mtnr
tht morulne In th Cotad auto
Can run City, where the Colsd lll
visit frlnd, IU Mer will o on t J: . , ... . t .
......... u. . . . .. r'X nnp I ehr nc ifan.t pla Ts
to Portland. Hhn has bten fonnpclcd ,,',,,,, , ,. i.j.., .t
, ,. ,, , , . . . . ly in MU Hull) vn llriisratr u
lth the local scliwiU for tlto post ., , . . ,., ,. . .. ,.j.
Monday afiernixin, InlaUd I,IM
Im.lnr.. for Hip day
Blippheril I'lano IVrpot dtll4 t
three term, but this year declined Hip
ponttltm lendrrrd tier by Iip board,
itestlraony in the trial of the Bcebe
is. Hoyt litigation, Al Carrlngton was
WE HAVE THEM PROM 2Q
ACRES TO 3000 ACRES
TERMS TO SUIT
THE PRICES ARE RIGHT
1303 Main Street
; NEW YORK, May 27. Mr. Pearl
Jolly, lied Cro4 nurse, and leader nf
This will be the matinee program the fight for orotection of ih oui.i.
arrested at Woodland, Calif., and la1" Ma?.OC ,,ark 8undy. Ju" ?. f children of Colorado's stricken
being brought hero by Sheriff C. C.
Low. Tbo complaining witness Is
James Wcrlow, who operates a saw
mill on Drjant mountain.
Tbo alleged perjury Is said to have
occurred In Carrlngton' testimony
over some lands close to Bryant
mountain and In I'oe Valley, the bear
ing being heard boforo Charles F,
Stone as referee.
:tho talk made today by members of i mining district, and Mr. Mary Thorn
uoih proicauons carries any real n. one of the survivors of the Lud
weight. Tbo methods used by now. low massacre, appeared today bofore
pepcr men In chronicling court oc- the Federal Industrial Halation Com
currences have not always been ap-' mission.
proved by the attorney, and on the! In her testimony Mr. Jolly cm
other hand the scribes have at llmea'phallcully denied that the miner
felt that thoy were getting a lltllolworo heavily nrinml. Hh aun i.-n.
Owing to tnt fact that Katurdsy, ,
May 30, la Decoration Day, the Hhlrt.
, waist Dancing Club will not give the!
second of llielr serlr of dance. ai
was al first contemplated, on that,
nlslit. Instead, the club will give
llielr danm Hatunlay nlghl, June .
Todar's nt la T&s lUraM.
H. BANTA BOUND
TO GRAND JURY
WIFE TESTIFIES, ACCUSING HUH-
BAND OF KEVOLTIN-G PRAC
TICE II A. TA WA1VEH PRELIM.
Harry Hantn, the l'lno Fiat ranch
er held on a sodomy charge, preferred
by bin wife, was today bound over to
the grand Jury. His bond was placed
at II, COO.
Mrs. Ilantu, a llttlo woman with
four children, all under 6 years, testi
fied as to tho unnatural crime of her
husband. She stated that tho oldest
child awoke when he heard ber cries,
and thinking Its mother was being
killed, it cried until Banta struck It.
Banta waived tho hearing.
With her four little children, Mrs.
Banta is practically destitute.
m uri ui u irorn tno lawyers so
with these old grudges to bo settled,
thorn ought to be pep gnlore Injected
into tho game.
For tho past two years the attor
neys or nomu of them, anyhow
have given out the Impression that
their mail Is flooded eternally with
letters from Messrs. McGllllcuddy,
McOraw, Callahan, Evors, Chance,
ct at, urging them to accept five fig
ure checks for a few months' play on
tho big circuit. Whllo this may havo
scared out the medical men, It ha
failed utterly to put tho fear of the
law Into tho hearts of tho Journal-
irtlc contingent, and thoy havo asked J
a game, .
There are some men In both pro
fessions who havo played fast ball In
tho past, and tho general Impression
Is that tho score will be much less
than thoso run up Jn billiard tourna
ment. In case there is a regular
game Sunday, tho Inter-professlon
combat may bn staged as a preliminary.
fled that she wa frequently fired
upon by tho hired gunmen of the
mining companies whllo wearing the
Red Crods uniform, and was once
LADIES TO GIVE
KANAKA ATMOSPHERE WILL
PREDOMINATE AT THE EVENT
TO HE GIVEN TOMORROW
Htntp of Oregon,
County of Klamath, m'
W. l. Montgomery,
Unknown Owner of Cmray: vl.: One
Kf7 gelding n Iki in 14 year old,
branded I on left Miouldor.
That Ktild W, L. Montgomery did on
.April 21, I3H, tnkp up anil at all
tlnii' since then kept In hi posses.
slnn the nhnvo described eatray, and
tlint ho has used all reasonable nf.
fort to nuc.tfiulii mul find the owner
of the Name, iitnt luken nil legal tcp
required by tin, laws of tho Into of
Oregon In ruferenco lo oalri).
Now, thtiroforo, lo said unknown
owner, mul lo tiny and all person who
may be Interested therein, you are
notified Hint at tho Midway stables on
Mnln street, III Klnnuttli Falls, In said
county mid stntn, on the sotli day of
Juno, PJH, nt tho hour of 10 o'clock
;n. in. ui saiu nay, wnen the said Mtray
win bo (.xpnsod anil offered for sale,
UK by law dlroctltd. And th nrn.
"Aloha Oo," "Nlnlmpo," and oth
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w. .,.u Hieiouios, Hawaiian cos- reed of said sale will bo applied for
the payment nf nil damage, costs and
expense legally Incurred, and tho ex
"Tim llallvlioo's Story."
Tim EtnlTMlrliirnt of lllilirs."
"Tim Scarf Pin,"
"Tim Drram of Dan MrtJuIrr,"
By a vote of 104 to 00, the British
house of lord rojocted the woman's
The forestry department will con
struct a bridge across the Breltenbush
I between Detroit and NUgsrs.
mines, Hawaiian refreshment and
imperii on Hawaii by returned trav
eler will bo a few of tho features of
tho "Hawaiian Tea" to bo given to
morrow night by tho Lndlcs Aid Ho-
loloty of tho l'rt'byterlan church.
This will be at tho homo of Mrs.
Robert IJ. Wottonburg.
Mrs. E. II, Iteumes and Mrs. Louis
Oerbor have prepared Interesting pa
pers regarding tho habits, history,
etc., of tbo Hawaiian peopls. Miss
Gall Ross will alio give a reading.
ce, If any, will bo retained by B. W.
Oowen, JiiHtlro of the Peace, or hi
ncroor in ofllco for tho norlod of
six month. And If said sum of money
so held shall not bo called for In said
(lino, tho satno will bo deposited as by
statute In said cases made and pro
vided. Dated May 20, 1914,
W. h. MONTOOMBRY.
Vltegrnph Two-Heol ComwT
"When m Woman Guides,"
"Uniler Decoration's Spur,"
MATINKH DAILY AT il j
ALL UOMNMO WOTDl