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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1916)
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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1916
Signs of Unrest Noted Along Border
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UP FOR FORMING
PELICAN SAY PLANT HAS IIQHT
Oregon Militiamen Start tor the Border Today;
Interest In Formation of National
Guard Company lacreeees, and
Thee Interested Expect a Sufficient
Number Will B Secured In a Few
Oajra Departure ( Third Infantry
far Border Significant.
Blovaa more name were added to
Ib liat of thoae who will present them
alvaa for enlistment If a national
guard company i formed bcre. In f
addition to tba thirty mentioned In laat I
night's Herald, the following have!
filmed up; '
timer Mills, Clyde K. Brandenburg, !
John B. Ooldy of Merrill, Kleth K. Am-'
breee, T. F. Maurlng, H. L. Prltehard,
A. M. Pike, M. P. Holland, 0. L. Right-
.meter, C T.vOllvr, Ed Owen.
ona deelrlng to join tho proposed
should call at the Herald
, the Commercial Club, upon some
er of the recruiting committee,
Composed of J. a McAllister. Philip J.
.SJanott, Dr. E. D. Johnson. Dr. W. A.
- Leonard, W. F. Arant or E. It. Rcamea,
for give'their names to Lester L. Tor-
wllllger, Virgil DeLap, or any of the
f;j' toys who nave signed up. it is ncces-
. aary that this be done as soon aa pos-
White Commands Troop "A"
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SAN ANTONIO, Jihm 27-Oeneral Funaten today erdired ha Tweeity
second infantry from Pewgtoa tb Nm, Arixena, In preparatleii W a roewrted
Carraiuteta plot ta aMack llabee.
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OWNSVILLE,Jime27 TwaMexleana tried te
Grand and land an American aelL American aentriea challsngod ahaaa; anal
vena they failed te anewer, er obey cammanda ta halt, the aontrkw nnkm-S
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WASHINGTON, D. C, Jum XTOiatamata ef aaveral Latin Amerteaa na-m.
Nana hava telegraaned Oarraaaa, araina him te Imi
aftka Taath aavalry, held
The admlalatraUaa la Impatiently awaiting CarranaaVaaWak
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THE NATIONAL GUARD OF THE UNITED STATES, SHOWN BY STATES
New York Weeps, Cheers
tlamea relieve tb regulars, who have
lblo, so the matter of
may be definitely aettled.
The Pelican Day Lumber compnny'ii
employes are responding readily, ns
five of the names mentioned In todnyV
iut m imntnvna of thn rnmnanv. bo- Hams, tho regular army officer
sldea J. a McAllister. C. D. Taylor charge of mustering into federal scr
and 4 V. Corker)', already listed.
United Press Service , ilajor Carle Abrams of Salem 'com-
COMP W1THYC0MDE. Clackamas r..ands this batalllon.
Ore.. June 27.-The Thlrdl The Second baUllion of the Third In- f ,, ,fM ,fc. ,,,,,,,'vtalonal Infastryaua.
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NEW YORK. June 27. Militiamen heen ordered to the
batalllon of tho Thlixfmfantry, Oregon fan try. and D&ttery A, field artillery, j
national guard, entrained at 2 o'clock leave for the border tomorrow. Kegt- , .- Caa. Call fr Sailor
... o m. m.i....L k..j...ri. ... ..i.i... ..... 'scenes were much Ilka thrni itarinp thn ,..,. . - .
HUH HlllTllUUI! 1UI OUII UIL-fcU. iuu ukuuii ucauHauiciiii usnuuuug gnu ' UHIICS. XTCS3 SeiTlCS
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I the city today, en root to Mexico. The
at tho order of Captain Kcnncts Wll- units and the First batalllon move on Spaniah-Americaa
Trftrtn A tinattarhnri ravalrv. leavfHi
Friday. Adjutant General Oeorge A. 1 with
Tho companies comprising tho Third White, commanding the Oregon na-'threw flowers to the guardsmen,
t WASHINGTON. D. C. June 17. The
Cheering, weeping crowd packed house committee on naval affairs to-
the streets, and houses were decorated day reported favorably on a Mil nm-
patriotic colors. Many women vlding for the tederalislag of the naval
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nonai guara, accompanies ine iroop to
Owing to the departure of the Third
Oraaaa for the border, there Is an- Imtallion are
paftatly sufficient cause for the forma-' Company M, Salem. Captain Max .the border as commander of the caval."
Uoa and instruction of a troop or com- (lehlcr; Company L. Dallas, Captain ry troop. j United
n k.M -hi. . i.w i iin. nt .or. Conrad Stafrln: Comoany I. Woodburn. The troopers this morning circulated! SAN
reserve, or naval militia.
Coast ArtlHery Out
DIEGO. Joa 27. The
vice later oa.
Captain O rover Todd; Company K, a petition asking White to command t artillery militia her has been called
Corvallis, Captain Charles A. Murphy, j them. He agreed to do ao. ,ior duty at rwt Jteaaeraaa. Tha aiflj-
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SACRAMENTO, June 27. The First
Squadron of California cavalry
mustered Into federal aenrlca today.
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ft I andorateod that Praaident Wilson Intend t aofc th!armleoienJ ,
cMaraaa for th wa f the army te rescue thW'arlaMra,:htol,,thr ri
loaoea refuaed. i? 3? .
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t TOLUMbHIS, N. at, Ja 27-Cavalry patrola, today found fear additional ''
aarvlvra, wh hav boon wandering since the .Mexican attackWa. Tenth
cavalry detachment at CarriaaJ. a
Th mm war In a altable condition. Two were awfferi'ncKterriatyfram
lack of food and water. 9r- ' 'T "
Th mm atat that they would hide in the day time, and crawlvthraaah'
tho doaertoand and brush at night They aald that Carranaa aaval'ry aeoared
tha cuntrymaaarcJiafthaurvl vara, and the Mexican tri.frwtly
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LAREDO, Tax., Juno 27-A twenty car troop train, carrying 100 Car-
YOUNG MAN OIES
WHILE AT WORK
EMPLOYE Or- SAW MILL AT MEA
DOW LAKE DROPS DEAD LATE
IN THE AFTERNOON HEART
DISEASE IS CAUSE
Wllllaan H. Lockmon, an employe of
the Welch aaw mill at Meadow Lake,
dropped dead while working at the
till esterday afternoon. Death oc
cjrred at 1:45.
Coroner Whllloyf waa notified, and
he la of th oplalna that valvular heart pod there Thursday morning.
Lands Big Fish.
Mrs. L. A. MarUn or the Hotel Hall
qualified aa an expert angler yesterday
at Eagle Ridge, when abe landed a
beautiful 12-pound rainbow trout
Eastern Star, Attention
Stated communication of Aloha
Chapter, No. 61, tonight Important
business. Officers and members re
quested to be present. Banquet will
ttojhlc was t'.io tnuso. A postmortem
animation may to held In the mora
I-ockmau was 34 years of age, and
lias resided In Klamatn county for four
years. Ho has a homestead In the
Meadow Lake district
The parents of Lockman reside In
Stuart, Neb. Tho remains will bo ship-
MUED TO Mil
Lulled Press Service , ithat the Oermaaa again defeated the
nniiMN. June 27. The British, with Russians west of BokuL Since Jute
unprecedented Intensity, are bombard- Oermaaa hav captured alxty
Ing the German trenchea on both banks on officers, ll.WO bmb, two cannons
of the River Somme. '- tty-four mathlae guns.
French attacks to the west of Tblau
inont and southwest of Fort Vaux have ' "ni Pr Sarrtca
been repulsed. ! ROME, June IT, Tha Italian force
Seven hundred Russians were, cap-'cPiUMd twrt Aaatriaa positions
tured west or SoJtul yesterday. UWng a wlda froft iaaaay. Tha Hal-
Mans are aald te be auklng amatlng
' progroas in thalr new offeaalve.
Coast Trade is Hurt by
Commission's New Order
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PARIS, June 27. Three French aero-
planeH, carrying cannon, trod sixty-Eve (
shells at German ships off the Belgian
French Infantry advanced: northeast I
I of Verdun. . j
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, ROME. Juno 27. The Italian troops
,have captured the fortified tow,n of
Arslero, also PoBnla, and nearly a dot-J
1am nikaa 94 t A aA A tllttlail ffWVslIt IAMB In'
Vl WaV( 1UIIIHVU rmtMvwa now
the Trentlno district.
FOREST MEN HAVE
BEAR STEAK FEAST
RUIN, WEIGHING 200 POUNDS,
WANDERS INTO CAMP NEAR
JENNY CREEK AND IS SOON PUT
IN THE CAMP'S COMMISSARY
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- SAN FRANCI8CO, Juno 27. That
tha awrchanU of th Paclflo Coast are
eorely hurt by th farms of the new
ruling of th Interstate Commerce
: ' kraaaaaent wholasaiors of this city.
,., It la believed by many that
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rciinvmnnu, nam w -.
slans to data have captured 4,090 Ger-(
man and Austrian officers In th new Bear steaks and other "Ursusarian"
... ... .1 ... .I.. ... 'oflcnslYo- dainties have been eajoyed by the
coast shippers will appeal to the .u-, cr-w Jemy
prerae court. united Press Service creek, according to W. A. Deliell, who
Soth Mann, who rviircsentcd the San LONDON, June 27. The Duke of with J. W. Bryant and Austin White,
Francisco Chamber of Commerco at Devonshire succeeds the Duke of Con- made a tshlng trip te Jeany Creak
naught aa governor general of Canada. Sunday.
Th hear furaUalag th
.inrMod dlaadvantaaw in their cam- ""- ,
tbepulgn for business expansion. BERLIN. June 27.-U is aanouacM amaa. na waujaaa ovr atw
, CotaatUalon regarding transcontinental " commission hearings, says the rul
freight rates, la th opinion of the'lng puts all Pacific Coast hquses at a
: Oki....t .k.i.i.M n,ia niiv iioriilod disadvantage In their cam-
JACKSON COUNTY MAN WELL
KNOWN HERE. BECOMES AS
SI8TANT QUARTERMASTER OF
THE WESTERN DIVISION
Captain O. C Applegate today re
ceived Information that his brother-in-
law. Colonel H. H. Sargent of Jackson
ville, has received aiders to proceed to
Rp.n rrancisco without delay, to act aa
assistant to the chief quartermaster of
the western iJlvis'or. of the army.
Ihls is a duty for which Colonel Sar
gent is well llttod. hecauae of his many
years experience in the regular army.N
During tbu Saaakb-AaMrtoaa war,
Colonel Sargent waa aotoa! of tha
Fifth volunteer Infantry la Caaa. Dur
ing the Phlllppiae jEktUloa he waa
inand of the tt
ranxlotao, arrived today at Neuv Laredo.
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DOUGLAS, June 27 Th railroad agent at Hachlta report that Mmlaant
bandits croased th herder laat night ten miles southeast ef Hachlta, anil ;
raided and looted an American ranch. They are aald to hav(khjod th ranah f
swner and hi wife, and t hav driven the ranch stock aerooa'tn arart " "
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GALVESTON, June 27. The Mexican consulate t'edav raalvaJ a ea'aia.
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Coast Freight Rales Are
ooosted by lommission
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