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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
tVMWAYf OCTOBER 4, 1M1
tf "Personal Mention
. Mr. and Mrs. If. E. Clucag of Pneb
Jo, Colorado, who'havo boon hero
visiting with Mrs. Clucas' brother, A.
M. Worden and family, toft this
morning for San Diego where thoy
wilt spond a fow days with tbolr
soother, Mn. Anna Worden. Doforo
coming Tioro Mr. and Mrs. Clucas
wlsltod other relatives In Vancouver
1 Tin. Mary It .need arrived last
Wht from California for a brief visit
with hor daughter, Mm At L. Leavltt
J, M. Whlto, genoral manager of
tho Wood Lumber company, Is spend
ing a fow days hero attending 'to
business connected with the Big
Basin lumber company, the local
branch of tho Weed company,
II. E. Ooarj' left this morning to
pend tho day on his holdings on thu
iipper lake. Ho Is superintending tho
care of 'his mint crop on the marsh
lands thero at tho present time.
L. A. and S. 0. Brown fame down
' the lake yesterday with sororal barge
loads of lumber from their camps at
Mr. and Mrs. Geno Hammond, ac
companied by Mr. Hammond's moth
er, were county scat visitors yester
day from their homo at 'Merrill.
K. Looslcy and wife of Fort' Klam
ath arrived yesterday for a brief bus
iness and pleasure visit in town.
Mrs. D. T. Lawton was a county
seat visitor yesterday from hor homo
near Fcrt Klamath. tt,
tr. nnd Mrs. Curtis Heldrlehtof
Cbtlo?ula spent tho week-end iff tho
county seat returning, to tho reserva
tion tow, n this morning. ,
Percy Dixon, a well known county
farmer, Js in town from the valley
today on business.
, Erall Flackus is horo for a brief
-llt from his home at Hlldebrand.
Carl Griggs of Worden drove Into
town yesterday and transacted busl
seas at the county court house.
Sionry Knipka was In town yes
terday from Malln after a hunting
Mrs. Harry Thrasher has returned
from MacDool, whero she visited for
several days .with Mrs. Everett Tref
D. J. Spolek. a farmer in the Malln
section was la the city yesterday aft
ernoon after supplier , for hie thrash-
iner.crow. ( f
Mr. Joe- Taylor sad daughter,
Zell. were la town doing their ship
ping yesterday x from the Taylor
-ranch neir Olene.
J. H. Wise came down from Fort
Klamath yesterday for a visit with
his daughter, Thelma, who la attend
ing high school here this winter.
John Lusby was a business visitor
iere yesterday- from Rocky Point.
Captain J. W. Siemens was a pass--wager
on the morning train bound for
3a Francisco. whero ho will, bo oc
cupied with business affairs for the
vest few daya.
Representatives of the Union
iDrldge company startedwefaodsy
up a new nnage oer WOMr-STfT, at
Bill liases, one of the early livery
stable operators of JUakvtlle, and lat
r Klamath Falls, waa here for a few
daya looking over hi ,eWhslnei
alcfct at the comer of MaM'MJM.ith
afreets aad other UndmaWas well
a visiting with old acquaintances.
Mr. Haxea left yesterday for Callfor
SEARCH IS OIL
Mr. and Mrs, Jack Tally, msved to
Algoma yesterday, expertise to spend
the winter there. '"'
George Watt left this raornlag for
San Francisco, where he wtlrbe for
the aoxt tew daya on matters of busi
ness. Cal and S. B. Icenblce were county
jeat visitors yesterday afternoon
from their ranches in tho Pine Grove
George St robridge' arrived yester
day from Chlloquln and spent the
afternoon and evening transacting
unaries vrew, wno operates a
ranch near the "Cost river dam was
in town yesterday.
Mrs. O. Wi Havlln was shopping
-with Klamath Falls merchants yes
terday afternoon from her homo in
tho valley. 'Sy
Nelson Rounsoveli and Dob "jtobart-
-xon packed an automobile with camp
julpment this morning and h!cd to
the wilds. They were not quite sure
here they were going but expected
to try the fishing on the north fork
of the Rogue If nothing mora allur
Enala Kennedy, an employe of the
California Oregon Power company Is
VI at the Hotel Kali and would ap
preciate having his friends eail upon
Roes Niekereon, who has been eon
fined to his home 'for the pest week
by illness, waa back atteadkc to
ausinoat at the Rex Cafe today.
Kav yaa. seered,ysr. tlehets fer
la Y.VAaaamnm --- aMatV 4a
NORFOLK, Vn., Oct. 4. Scorch
for sunken treasure, amounting to
13,000,000 and which has boon at
tho bottom of tho ocoan oloven years
In tho wrock of tho Ward Lino stonm
ship Morlda Is vigorously going on
at a point 60 miles oast of tho Virgin
la capes whoro tho Morlda went
down after a collision with tho Unlt
od Fruit Company's stenmor Admiral
Farragut. Word has como from tho
troasuro hunters that they bollovo
thoy havo located tho wreck of tho
sunken vessel and expect soon to
bring to tho surface of tho ocoan the
gold, silver nnd precious stonos
which had to bo abandoned when the
The soarch for tho troasuro Ship's
w'reek Is being made from tho steam
or Ripple, a disreputable looking
craft. Looks don't amount to much
as far as salvago vessels go, how
ever, and aboard the nipple Is the
best' goar.for tho work in1 hand' that
can bo obtained. Manned by a picked
crew ot twenty-flvor men 'tho' ship
carries three of tho best-known div
ers ot tho country, all of 'them ablb
to work at depths, considerably in
oxcess ot tho(200 feet, In which the
Morlda la supposed to' lie. ' z
The 'search for tho MorldaVtroa
suro Is'bolng flriancod bya group of
prdmlneril; New Vorkofs. Th'o Rlpn'lb
left Now York on August 30,' Arid has
bocft. Steadily dragging the bottom
at a point approximately sixty miles
east of Capo Charles, whorolbe Mor
lda is' supposed to have foundered.
When the"' Rlppio commenced "tho
swooping of too. bottom at 'tho posi
tion given by Captain Cleorgo W.
Nordstrom, 'chief officer1 o'f' th'o Mer
Ida when sho sank, a slx-mllo row
of buoys, spaced 'a mile apart, was
placod so that the Same ' ground
would not be twice gone over. Fin
ally the drag'Une grew taut Captain
Nordstrom, who is aboard the Rlnnlo.
believed that "the obstruction encoun
tered is a pile ot the Merlda ' life
boats aad HferaftB "which were drop
ped over from the steamship Hamil
ton after she 1ad taken the 'passen
gers aboard. The Hamilton's position
at that time Is estimated at from a
quarter of a mile to a mile from the
spot whore the Morlda rests.
Those aboard the steamer feel
confident that, once located, the
wreck can easily bo stripped of its
treasure. Among the three divers Is
Frank , J. Crilley, who holds tho
world' record for depth, 306 toet.
made while he was assisting. In at
tempts to rescue the crew of tho sub
marine F-5, sunk off Honolulu some
years ago. Fred Nlelson, who went
down 286 feet when engaged' upon
tho same task, is also aboard. Tho
third member' of the diving trio is
Frank Kramer, 'well known up and
down the coast ' '
The Merida's treasure consists ot
a large quantity of silver, about
1500,000 in gold and a quantity ot
precious atones. She waa sunk in
May, 1910, when bound from Mexico,
via Havana, for New York, by the
steamer Admiral Farragut. The col
lision occurred about midnight, In a
fog, the Merlda remaining afloat for
six hours. The Admiral Farragut waa
badly damaged but remained afloat
All passengers of the Merlda were
saved by ships which answered her
Tho vessel bad 4,700 tons ot cop
per In her hold, carried as ballast.
She Is believed to bo resting on an
oven keel on tho hard sand bottom
which obtains In the vicinity.
Tho Ripple expedition is second
to attempt the finding ot the Merlda.
About four years ago a number ot
New York capitalists fitted up a
steamer and dragged for some days
for tho wreck. It was believed at ono
time that she bad been located but
bad weather prevented further opera
Read our Ads.
Market Week. Meet
Your Friends Here
Market Week Special
We will furnish you
at the County Fair
QN PURCHASES OF $25.00 AND OVER WILL If AY ONE DAY'S EXPENSE
AT THE FAIR. READ OUR ADS. SPECIAL OFFERINGSfcE VERY DAY.
Children's Winter Coats
Our entire 1m ,of OiiloW's Coats
eawtthavjradlestttpto size 14,, will be on
display at reducedn prices. -All' brand new
Fall Stylet, purchased at the .very lowest
New York prices. 4 ,It will pay you to buy
them here. Price, " '. V
$4.50 $14.50 '
Fifty pair of full bed-size Double CoY
ton Blankets; extra good quality in plain,
gray and' tan. Special
Wool Knap Blankets
Nashua Make, assorted plaids, extra
heavy nap. Size 66x80. - Special
"" ty" -p irn-innruvinjLUL
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Outing Flannel, 1 3c
1,000 yards good grade Outing Flannel,
light and dark colors; also white, 13c.
Knights Templar " -
Prepare to Welcome
yesterday " afternoon, and the de
fense opened this boob with Port
Summer oa the stand. TrUl la
Grand Commander. ,ow' owing 'to the numerous ob-
i jections made by attorneys for both
' W. O. Sbellentarger ot Portland, sides. Prosecuting Attorney Brewer
grand commander of Knights Tern-." representing the state, while Wll
plar. will arrive la Klamath Falls, " Marx and Austla C. Ptogel Jr..
tonight, and will make his official aaslatant United States district at-
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Against Lower Wage
POIITLAND, Oct. 4. The stato fed
eration of labor today adopted tho
resolution Introduced yesterday, de
manding those who profited by the
world war pay a Just proportion of
the debt; also a resolution protesting
against a general wage reduction.
Resolutions recently adopted by
the American federation of labor
were referred to the resolutions com
miUee. A resolution on fire prevention
U you waat ts sell It. bay ft. bti.
visit., to Calvary Coi
It, tomorrow evening,
It is expected that Milton L.
Myers ot Salem, grand generalissi
mo and Inspector; C. W. Nlm of
Ashland, deputy grand commander,
and E. E. Hagee, Junior grand war-
Ben, will also be present, thus snak
ing the local commandery. boats to
four ot the highest Templar offl-
fclaU In the state. '
It Is planned to show Mr. Shell-
enbarger a number ot the local at-
tractions tomorrow, several short
Ulli iraiUB lu.lifvu wu i. 4l.a.-
Die no win attena, ana do one ot
the speakers at the noon-day lunch
eon to bo given at tho county fair
by the chamber ot commerce, to
Tomorrow evening Calvary Com
mandery will confer the, Order of
the Temple, and the ceremony will
be followed by ' an elaborate ban
quet for the visitors and members
and Commander Frank Ward Is
expecting a record turn-out ot the
local Sir KalghU.
toraey ot Portland
lag the defendants.
Lloyd George Expects
( Much of Conference
on World Disarming
INVERNESS, Scotland, Oct. 4.
Lloyd George, In a speech concerning
Unemployment, deviated in Introduc
ing his subject to refer optimistically
,to 'the forthcoming Washington con
ference on armaments, declaring
"it will constitute one of tboee out
standing events, which effect human
history for centuries."
Refering to the conference which
starts October 11, he said,' "It ess
only succeed if those who enter Into
It make up their minds to trust to
the common senseof their wn, peo
ple aad do not try to reeoaclle the
State Reits in the
' Summers Trial;
The trial ot Port Summers, In
dian policeman, . aad Fred Dake,
charged with the alleged theft ot a
rifle from Alva Coz, is proceeding
In the circuit eosrt before a Jar?
composed ot Daa Marshy, William
Wight. William 'Barks. Joha W.
Taylor, 't F. Bens, H. A. Talsde,
J.t A. Falrele, William Campbell
Cr'V. -Kesea.'F, MU Hants aad
GREAT MINDS ORIGINATE,
Fiacet Picture Projection In South-
A man found a valuable do a
woman found a purse full ot money
Even a mother found the baby's
rattle last week all through classi
fied ads la the Evening Herald.
Oregon Editor Is '
,( Minister to Siam
WA8niNOTON, Oct. 4. Kdwefd
. Brodle. ot Oregon City, wm
named administer to Blsm todar.
The selection of eight Ameriea
mlaUters to Latin Amerleaa aaf
old wo'rld countries, asaoaacea as
3y, virtually completes the distal
matto roster of the new adatanV
irauon. , - , r
Easy-going men usnalhr so thai
Wrong wsy. ' .'
' It Is easy to put on a hold front" if
you hare good backing.
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