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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1916
AMERICAN MIXED VOLUNTEERS ARE
IN DUBLIN RIOT ' A6AIN GUARDING
IS BEING HELD
TO IK TRIED
Sir Edward Carton and John Redmond
Appeal to Offlolala for Moray for tho
Rink and flit of tho Irish Rtbtla.
9omt Will t Doportod, It It
lltvtd, tut Majority Will Oot Light
i nlicd I'reaa Service
LONDON, May i. Jamct Sullivan,
the former American minister to San
Domingo, baa been arrostcd In con
nection with tho Irlih revolt. He has
ben brought to England.
It In announced that liaron Heading
will pri'nldc at the trial of Sir Roger
Continent, who ww nrrestod attempt
I iir to land munltlonx and German
forcoH on tho Irish coast. lit Ih chnrg
id with treason.
Unions Caseraont escape on tho
ground of Iminntty, ho will be hanged.
If no, ho will be executed with a silken
rope, a privilege of the nobility
Sir Edward Canton and John Red
mond, Irlnh leaden, havo jointly ap
pealed for mercy for the rank and flic
of the rebel. It la believed that the
majority will get light scntoncc. al
though aomo of the rlngleatlorti will
WILL SERVE UNTIL DEPARTMENT
18 MADE I
Following Yttttrday't Fire, Matt
Matting Wat Held at City Hall, and
Btvtral Had Talktd, Old Flrtmtn
Wtre Atktd to Serve at
Until Such Time at the
Maktt Some Arrangement
Trial of These Men Stirs All France WarJ Bulletin?
WOMAN IS DEAD
MRS. FRANK LV0N8 PA88E8 AWAY
AT RENO WITH HIR HU81AND,
SHE RESIDED IN THIS CITY FOR
Mrs, Trank Lyons, formerly of this
t ity, died last week In Reno. Word to
i Ills effect waa received yesterday by
Mr. Lyons waa for somo tlmo con
reeled with the Faimore Implement
& Supply Hour hero. In charge of tbo
harness denattment. Mn. Lyons waa
a alitor of Mm. A. C. Wrtnn. editor of
the old Klamath Chronicle.
Chlloquln Store Changtt
The deal baa been Anally closed
whereby A. C. Qelngor has aold tbo
store and property of tho Chlloquln
Tim old Volunteer Are dcDartment
memboni are onco more guarding tbo
city against flames. At a mass meet
ing last night, they were asked to act!
In their old capacity until such time
ii k the mayor-elect and the council
hnvo an opportunity to make some
permanent arrangement regarding n
Pollowlng yesterda) 'h fire, In which
n lioiiMfi belonging to Martin McAn-
diWH was practically destroyed, and
much furnlturo and effocts belonging
to W. M. Ilenner and others wtre des
troyed, tho meeting was held at tho
city hall to consider tho question of
prnxldlng nomu arrangement to man
the fire apparatus until such tlmo as
the mayor and council could work out
i permanent arrangement. Somo six
ty or Hovcnty of tho representative
business men and citizens were pres
L. R. Robertson was elected chair-
mun and the situation was discussed
nt length. After going over tho sub
ject fully, those present voted for a
resolution, proposed by I P. Willits,
to nsk the old volunteer fire depart
ment to offer their Horvlces to tho
mayor and council until contemplated
pluns were more fully developed.
Quito n number of the members or
thn volunteor department were pres
ent, and they agreed to comply with
tho request of tho meeting, and L. R.
Itnbertson waa chosen to present the
offer to the mayor and council for ap
A meeting of tho council will prob
ably bo hold soon to consldor the sub
ject, and it Is anticipated that the of
fer of the firemen will bo accepted.
PARIS. May 4. It la officially am-
nounctd that the French bare extend
ed their lint, thereby consolidating
so as to hold ytttardaya galaa on
Dead Man'a Hill. The French hare
Improved their positions throughout
the whole Mouse section. ,
The German losses at Dead Man's
Hill yesterday were heavy. Bombard
ments continue around Vaux, but there
are no important Infantry attacks.. '
East of St. Mlhiel, the French re
pulsed a strong German reconnoia-
sance nartv. French artlllerr -in
Northern France haa destroyed Oer-.'
man worn ai uranium, on ia aaj
OF '-TROOPS' IS
Mexico la to Revise Mining Lawe
Permit Proper Development, ami
UnlUd SUtea la U Aeeltt the Car-
do-! ranza Government In SeeurlRf Nee
uc.UL.in, aiay t. nussiou iiuwi , . , -" r
tionlsU have aUrted a great fire In .Vplnancee for ftoeenotruetlett
Moscow which spread to the admin- t ,
Istratlon buildings and Is still raging. Li. of tht Nation
according to Stockholm dispatches. -L ; 1 -j
BLUE SALMON ARE
RUNNING IN LINK
. iJ r
(United 1'reta Service
No. 1 Dr. Lombard
No. 2 Dr. Labord
L. M. Holt, district supervisor of
irritation for tho Indian Reclamation
Service, Is hero from North Yakima
to consult with Engineer H. W. Hlncka
. m i .it ,i . . . .. ... i.. ..,. h mi.,U 1 sttT knnnt
rorty-Huten persons somo or mom uiluscu or Having boju inese papers ai u uraiuj sic "" - no-...,
very well known und heretofore be-jsums varrylng from 20 to 1,000 franci. which he persisted in wearing in the
llcved to be patriots, nre now on trial to persons who wanted to shirk mil- J prison dock.
In Paris on the charge of having sold itary sen-Ice on tho wound of til Seven women were among the pris-
"medically unfit" service papers. health. loners. They were defended by Mile.
Among them are Dr. Lombard (No., Ore. Lombard and Labord were said Gerraalne, well known In Parts as an
1) and Dr. Labord (No. 2). Thoy are to be the chief Instigators. Tho latter I attorney.
BIGBEE MAY BE
ON TEAM AGAIN
LAST YEAR'S STELLAR PITCHER
WIRE8 FROM TACOMA KLAM
ATH TEAM TO BE FA8TER THAN
Flag Desecration Is Now
Punishable Oftense Here
,u th teachinc of Datriotlsm and ."thing, or substance, being an article
the veneration of tho flag are cardl-'for merchandise, or a receptacle of
In from Dairy
n n u.vmi in in todav from Dairy
store and property of tboChl oqu " - t0 bU9lneM lon.
Mercantllo company, at Chlloquln, to auonning w
i.rin tiw. rx T. Honlev will bo
aiarun uros. u. u. nmw " -- .fc.i.j
manager for the now owners and ho """""" ritered
it now at ChUoauln In charge of the R. Melv in of Ashland is registered
k.i... at the Hotel Hall.
nal principles of the Women's Relief
Corps, the Oregon statute in regard
Lyle Blgbee tho big University of the desecration of tho flag might be
Oregon slabster who starred in tho of interest. The law, published at the
box for last year's unbeatable Klam-' Instance of Sprague Chapter, follews:
atb Falls baseball team, may bo a1 Section 2091. United States Hag.
member of the local aggregation again Desecration of, Prohibited Any per
,1.1. .... nioKoA urni. uivon r trv. son who In any manner, for exhibition
auto j vaa tiQwv w n. -- (
out by Portland In tho Coast League. 'or display, shall place or cause to be
and was then turned over tho Tacoma piacea any woras, or injures, m "uj-v-n.n..ncirn
Tannin tnm. Ho has bers. or marks, or Inscriptions, or pic-
Just been released for tho season, and tures, or dealgn, or device, or symbol.
bo has wired here to ascertain pros- or toicen, or nouce. or arewmB. ur au,
pecU for a aummer'a Job. advertisement, of any nauro or kind
The matter haa been taken up by .wnatever. or wno snau expose iu yuir
the baseball club managemont. It Is lie view, or shall manufacture, or aell,
known that Blgbee hurt bis arm In a or expose tor brio, or u m y,--football
game at the university last ' slon for sale, or for uae, any article, or
fall, and some say this haa affected
his pitching. Others say there la no
truth to this, and tbey say that Blgbee
will be ns good as over, plus some big i
league experience, in a short time, j
A telegram has been sent to Blgbee,
asking him as to his real condition.
Blgbeo Is a heavy atlckor as well a9j
a f.ood outfielder, and oven If he can
not pitch, he should be a valuable ad-i
ditlon to tho team. ASSISTANT
Another likely lad who haa Just been
merchandise, upon which shall have
been printed, painted, or attached, or
otherwise placed, a representation of
any such flag, standard, color, or en
sign of the United States, to advertise,
or call attention to, or to decorate, m-
to ornament, or to mark, or to diatJn
milsh the article or thing on which
so nlacod. or shall publicly mutilate.
trample upon, or publicly deface, or
defy, or defile, or cast contempt, either
by words or act, upon any auch flag,
color, or ensign of the United States,
shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor
and subject to a fine of not less than
twenty dollars (120.00) nor more than
one hundred dollars ($100.00). (L.
1901. page 286. Section -1, Oregon
8TRANQE GAMEY FISH PROVE8 TO
BE THE BLUE-BACKED 8ALMON
LIBERATED HERE BY STATE
COMMI88ION " '
At last it has been solved, this mys
tery regarding the strange gamey fish
anglers have been catching ot late
In Link River rapids. These are-en-
tirelr different from the usual rain
bow trout, and they hare puzzled many
an old angler.
Deputy Game Warden Stout an
nounces that these fish are young blue-
backed salmon. Last year the state
fish and game commission hatched out
100,000 egga of this species In, the
county, and liberated the fry In Crys
tal. Creek, near "The Cedare.", ..The
fish are now eight and 'ten lnchea
Ion, and they put up a mighty barf
fight before they are landed. , ''
IN CRATER GATES
United I'reaa Service
CHICAOO, May 4. At'mldnlght, the
Jury hearing the evidence In the trial
of ex-United Btatea Senator William F.
Lorlmer returned a verdict of acquit
tal'. Today Lorlmer announced that he
will devote bis life to tho payment ot
the dabta of bit bank.
Lorlmer, together with Charles B.
Munday, his partner, and other offi
cial of the L Salle Street Trust and
Savings bank, waa Indicted following
the failure of the Lorlmer-Munday
banks and Institutions throughout Illi
nois. Munday waa convicted and sen
tenced to five yeara In prison. He la
out on bail, pending an appeal.
Throughout hit trial, whloh began
late In February, Lorlmer contended
that he waa Innocent ot irregularities
ot the details of tho management to
Furthermore, ho contended that
sooner or later all who lost through
tho failures would bo paid in full.
His principal dofenso waa that the
fulluro of tho banks waa unnecessary,
and forced by a clique or oppoaiug
hankera to accomplish Lorimer s nuan-
clnl and political ruin.
Lorlmer baa had one of the mosi
rfranmtlc careers In the recoroa o
American doUUcb. Born In 1861, in
Manchester. England, ne cam-
America by ateerage; waa bootblack,
street car conductor, contractor, con
gressman, and finally unuto ow
Elected to the senate in 1809 by the
Illinois laglslature, Lorlmer waa oust
ed in 19U. when chargea were made
I... i.i. .(...iinn had been bought.
. -- . .!... rianled thlt. dtclar-
Ing bla political ruin had been brought
released by Tacoma la Maher, who
played third base tor Yreka last year.
Maher Is on bis way to Klamath Falls
to play on the local team. Johnson,
also an outfielder on the Yreka team
last year, and one of the club's heavi
est hitters, la here now to play.
A valuable addition has been made
by Manager Watt in "Ginger" Green
wood, noted throughout California as
a Blueeer and an out-gardener. Ho
will be hero from Chlco In a couple of
Herblir. "Pinch Hit" Palmer, Bow.
den, and Catcher Clark ot last year's
team are already here, and Cook and
Peterson form tho nucleus of the pitch-
in staff. So far. Vernon Motchen-
8ECRETARY OF THE
INTERIOR WRITES 8ENATOR
LANE IN RE8PON8E TO KLAM
ATH FALLS PROTEST
OVER FIFTY THOUSAND MEN ON
8TRIKE8 IN PENNSYLVANIA,
M08TLY EMPLOYE8 OF MUNI
MRS. MANN DIES!
CLOSE TO SALEM
FORMER KLAMATH COUNTY WO
MAN PA88E8 AWAY AT CHE
MAWA LEAVES RELATIVES IN
THI8 SECTION '
According to word received by "to;
cat relatlvea. Mrt. Harry B. Maaa.
formerly of Klamath county, peaaed
away at Cbetnaws, Oregon. Toeaaty.
She waa burled there.
Mrs. Mann la survived by her hus
band, two daughters and ion.- She
Is also survived by the following. eU
ten: Mrs. E. H. DuFault of Klamath
Falls, Mrs. Joe Coburn ot Bontntt,
and Mrs. William Crawford of Fort
Klamath. " ?
WASHINGTON. D. C. May 4. No
preference Is Intended to be shown by
the Interior department between the
Medford and Klamath Falls gateways
to tho Crater Lake National Park, de
clares Assistant Secretary Bo Sweeney
In a lettor to Senator Lane.
Tho senator had received a protest
from the manager ot the Klamath Com
mercial Club and the county Judge of
Klamath county concerning the condi
tion of tho roads on the Klamath side
nt thn nark. Mr. Sweeney says that
bacher. who caught a majority ot tho,Ut fall the road, from Fort Klamath
'. . .. . t ' iririr wam faunil In fair condition.
AMAt viai nnii Hnuarni. id m.ud , .. --
f EL. PASO, May t. General
and General Funaton were both
ed today when Informed that tkVprea
ideni' haa 'officially approved the Scott-
lObregon pact. No ratifying confer
ence-will be held until omdal notice1
j of 'ratification Is received from both!
..j American aid in rehabttttatlmr Mex
ico ,4s expected to follow ratiteatloei
Developments indicate that aomethtng
oeaiaes military aaaira waa outcntaea
at Tuesday's conference.
Authorities believe the iaw nil
the official statement wlU'Shthria grad
ual, retirement ny .tne. Anenoaa ex-i
sedition .In.-Mexico, the
, '" ' .--
meanwhile using the Mexican. raUwaya.
Tne'troopa are act to at aaaaeei
with-the Carranzlstas genuinely
oneratlnaC ' . ?
.America, It la understood, ia.alao to I
uae her good offlcea la obtataiai' I
eiai aid ror tne Mexican core;
iCarranza will also rerlaa th
Mexican ..mlnlnr. lawa. to. nenalt-ithel
. - ." . ' ". " -I
reopening or minea ny Americana, aaai
we nitfjiiijitai. ec fcueaaa
federal Ohnaaax told kta
the pact la' entirely aatlaibatatr nail
ut news waa coauaaateaMtl, Wl
troope. . The iwiiiimi am Meaata I
iday hall this aa a great Mexleef vto-
i TAtMar hf
-n I &
United Presa Service . f
WASHINGTON. O. C. May .-4ee-
retary Baker today transmitted to the
president a long meaaage from 'Oaa-
eral-Scott. Aratyaaea are com
that withdrawal la near.
, It Js expected that Carraasa,
annmva tk want I la ankaaa
President' Wilaon la aaUsftedwlUi
a KMawiaMt Kttt Itaa will maVat aaja fftttH
aa(a oviuvuw "fH mm ewaaa iiieaai aan av
announcement ubUI aftftr C
acta.. . J
STILL UP IN THJ;AII
i.. -i.-.,. - t?ll? il
aaaata tudlctarr coaaaatttaa,
aaaln eoatnoaed aetloa racardlaar
uominauoa 01 uomm a. inaj
associate Justice of the pram
tnd Man Here t. . :
Earl RHouitoa ia here troaa BtSai
la the alalrt of the banks of which he about by 0"W.n;,I??tPSl
wm as oter, aad that he had toft all with other tottmtt aaaUut aba.
out of baseball, but it la generally felt
that he will come In If really needed.
That Klamath Falls la noted aa a
good baseball town, with ateady em
ployment In the mllla for ball players
In evidenced by the floods ot letters
from playera received by Manager
Watt of the team. Several of these
applicants are college students who
neek to earn money thla summer to
hnin them tbrouafa school next term.
The Klamath Fallt team will make
Us first appearance Sunday at Modoo
park In a practice game with OUver't
from Medford was much
it waa practically recon-
n n. Marshall, superintendent of
the national parka, will soon vlilt Ore
gon, it Is stated, and will confer with
the supervisor concerning road repair
and plans tor the coming season.
Funds appropriated are expended un
der direction of army engineers.
Mr. Sweeney tayt that visitors to
the .park are advised by the depart
ment to go In by one route and out on
the other aide, aad nothing la done to
discriminate between them.
United Preas Service
PITTSBURG, May 4. Forty-Iv
ihnuBLnd munition workers began a
strike late yesterday. Simultaneously,
several thousand employes of the
Pressed Steel Car company's planta
at McKee's Rock struck, and a general
walkout of 12,000 people there before
night Is anticipated.
Tho First Pennsylvania Cavalry haa
reached Braddock, the scene of yester
day's fatal rioting. Large bodies ot
strikers are today reported moving
The Eir.hth Pennsylvania Infantry
expects to be dispatched to Braddock
or Swlssvale. Several more troopa
of cavalry have been ordered to the
Martial law haa not been declared,
but It la virtually In effect
Denton Eurdlok Here.
Denton Budick ot Redmond, who la a
candidate for the republican nomina
tion tor' representative from thla die
triet, la here matting the people. He
ia aecomnanled by former Congreta-
man J. N. WUllameon of Frlaetllle.
for Saturday's Exercise
a A..in Miinti win k naiit the site where river waa c rotted br
memorv of General cnanea Fremont -"- . , - a j.j h-s .:.
by Klamath county people Saturday,
the seventieth anniversary ot bla ex
ploration ot the Klamath country, es
pecially around the Upper Lake. All
city and county officials, school chil
dren, patriotic soclttlet, etc., have
hoon aavui in nartielnata. and the com
mittee in charge wishes aa many
horsemen aa possible for the procee
tion. " .
The program arranged for the com
memorattve exerclaea follewa: , i
9:80 a. m. Forming of parade am
Mala atreet, beading up Ith ttreet
Horsemen, autoa, Motorcyclee, ' ij
10 a. m.-Parade to atart, reacatag
bead of river at 19:M.
10:50 a. mBaWliM at
taTOcatloB JKar.-M. 0.-
Opening Remarks .W, A.
Address ."Fremont the rati
Captala O. C. Apptogata m
ASspOsMsWW . i, -frr
Address "Fremont a NaUaaat
"aeter,V..W. B. Wltoy tar" Bar -
Settlur'ta MettMtttH JZ-
nt WUath Halle. City. BBa I
' "noiirt oaeera.'aaalttaa tar Oi A.
and .Vetera of tatMaMt'-ag
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