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Tonight mill tomorrow, fair, wllli
brink winds, wlildi will k,.y illinln-lull.
Mi? venbm Beralft
NEWS OF THE WOULO
WlrfriHh Vhm- u,l
f j j
Member of the Associated Press.
KLAMATH I'ALLH, OIIKUO.V, TlllltHDAV, Dmi.MlllYll I, ll2l.
riuoR nv cam
SIX KILLED; TINTlf INJURED
MID-NIGHT HEAD-ON COLLISION DUE
DETOURED TRAINS BELATED
PORTLAND, Doc. 1 Six killed, twenty injured,
lour of whom will probably die, yvuh the toll exacted in
a head-on collision which occurred at midnight between
the eastbound Portland and Spokane limited No. 12,
4iii(l the westbound Oregon-Washington limited, No. 17,
of the Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Co.,
two miles east of Celilo.
'i mi: iiiiaih
'. J. VAItlltH (HI. iMiilrr, Intlii luetics
JACK CIIMi, Mi'Mlmirllle, Kn fe
MIW. J. W. A I, I. IN, Ainll). Oivuoiii
A. II. Mrllllllli:, Murine (limnl, iinln tnrliri
L. J. KIHK. .IimchIi. Oii-mmi
lii:(IHOK IIIIIHIOW, (ln-Mii.it.
IU'hIiIom tlm nix killed In tlio lolllsloii fU,. urn believed fatally In
Jurrd They urn.
.MUM. t.lOVIt fOLK, .McMl.i.nlllr. wlior Im.j- , klllnlt
.Miw. j(mi:rn ii, nr.M'.tv, run ian.ii
W. K. THOMPSON, Portland, fln-nian on Itiiln l'J
llii) ll(xl(r, Hlnliflrlil, Ort-gon, ngrit I ft.
MltH. II. T. I'HV, H.-itMrV. Ore.
Aiikiiik I Im dthiT Injiirril were;
THOMAS Al.l.i:.V, 1'iirllHiiil, engineer train la.
JOHN (JAIIHNKII, fciniiiil) lat (Inutile, ingliirrr I Mill IT J
A. ADAMHON, Potllaml.
The wreck wuh an aftermath of the big storm
which lias devastated the northwest during the past
week. On account of the damage to the bridge at Eagle
Creek by high waters, all Oregon and Washington trains
were detoured over the Spokane, Portland and Seattle
road, between Portland and Celilo.
Train twelve had just transferred to the Oregon
Washington main line at Celilo and was proceeding!
cast when it met number seventeen which was late, hav
ing been delayed by water troubles near Gibbon ant'
The injured were given first aid at The Dalles, and
put on a special train for Portland.
COPCO CHIEF I
IK YET SOLVE
LONDON. Dec I An anxious
lay In Iho negotiation detlgni'd
for the pacification of Ireland end
ed lsl nlRlit wllli tin' hope Hint n
complete rolUpi- of tlio parley
might still Im averted
Hlr James Craig, premier of Ul
ster, declared lirforo tho north par
liament In llelfnst lliut I'lMer lMdBn 18 foot ring, punching bag. Indian
.. ... --... -.. ..II l..l ...! . .
ciulm tin il other imrnphrrnnlln
An nltrurtlinVifyiriinii Ixtii pre
I'.irnl for the holing bouts nt Mr
Donald's halt, i hoTllile.r for Decern-
Tho main event between Flghtlnr
Sharker of Mcdford nml Carl Itltrhli
of thin rlty promises In tin n real
mutrli Hot ti inn nre In the heavy
weUhl rliin nml will enter llin rlnr
ul about I OH pound tfharkcy Ir
workliu; out In Me.lford while Itltrhli
I iloltiK ten In twelin miles of rom'
work here every day Workouts nrr
taken In the gymnasium above thr
McDonald hall wlildi I provided with
Them In o now Imml m t, M.,n
In lei nl nffnlrB of tlm California
Oregon Power company, J. 0.
loyle hiivlntt toilny succeeded to'
the iIiiIIih of J. (!. Thompson an I
,iiMimr.er fur thin rlly. .Mr. Ilnyln
linn been In Hid otigli ring im-
parlmint ut Hid company nml It
u he who iiliinm-il llin l.tnk ri
ver iIiiiii anil superintended Itn ((in
struction. Ho bus boen with tlm
roinpany for a number of yeum
ami In one of tlm young element
that him been rehiibllltutliiK the.
corporation ami placing It In the
very front ranks of tho big power
niirerns of the nation.
rerhapn them never him been n
iiunugnr of n publle utility Unit
won llin enleem of the patroui iih
linn .Mr. Thiiiiipnon. At the time
hn mine hem an imiuuKer the (,'all-
fontta-Ori-jctm hud few frlemln nml
l world of eiiemlen. Tbln condi
tion wan not duo to any one, mall
or raunn, but wan cumulative It
wun not ii pleualnic nor a proinlnlnx
illuallnii that confronted blm. llin
nurcenn wan finally ilui- to tlio fact
that he never trie.) to ronvlnre the
patron Hut bo wan wrong In mak
ing it complaint, m, matter bow
trivial, If the patron wan inlntak.
en, ho wan convinced of llin Junt-
Ico of tho company'a ponitlon; If
bo wan right, then the trouble wan
corrected. In either cane bo became
t friend. It wa nlowr work at flrnt.
tut the rrnultn Junllflitl the effort,
ml .Mr. Thoiiipnon goen t, take
ip hla blRKcr work with Hie good
lll and frlendnhlp of tlm roiu
niiiilly and with practically evory
latron of the company ita friend
mil aupporter It In a record that
GET FATAL '0'
FIRE DESTROYS '
LYON HOME ,
The fire department wan railed nut
hint night nt 8:fi5 o'clock to Iho home
of Stanley I.yoni In Sblpplngton,
whero fire from an unknown came
wan connumlng hla four room frame
houne, A hurried run wi inadi to
' ' the aceno of tho hlazo but when the
Seven atudeiita In tho county ibemlcat wagon arrived, tho l.rroni!
high achool were dropped from the homo was too far goon to bo aaved.
atuilent body yentorday after the The nearest flro plug u In tho Kl.
gruilii rurda for the two al-wcek math .Manufacturing plant about 4,.
perlodK, which lha half ni-menler la 000 feel away,
divided Into, were panned to tho When Kim Chief Ambroae saw that
puplln. l-'iillure to keep up the the flamca wcro licking at the prop
griiden reiulreil wan the cniine of erty next to tho Lyons home, he or
their lining dropped fur the b.il- tiered chemicals lined to extinguish
unco of the prencnt half year, I'rof. the flames on the sides and roof
tloetx atuted this morning which aaved that property from de-
In Juatlce. to three of the stu- atriictlou. Tho Lyons home and con-
dents who wero dropped. I'rof.
UiM'tr. stated Hint when they en
tered tho high school from a conn-
OPEN SROP RULES DECLARED
BY U. S. RAILROAD LABOR BOARD
BECOMES EFFECTIVE TODAY AND
IMMEDIATE JURISDICTION OVER
400,000 R. R. EMPLOYES
tents were a total Ions, the only ar
ticle saved being a grafaphonc. The
contents of the building and the
CHIC'AMO, Dec 1 Kconomlcs at control, wero destined to afford
In operation and Increased ofriclen-' a basis of permanent UMlMy la.
cy, estimated to reach ISO. 000,001)
year, and recognition of tho "nron
shop" on all American railroads
a year, and recognition of tho "op
en shop" on alt American rail-
tho railroad shops of th country
and waro declared by members of
tho Labor Board to bo Mm Bsot
Important work yet done by tk
hoard and of muoh greater teal-
roads becamo cffcctlv today wlient flcanco than any decision la the
now working rules' creating tho pant, oven Including wag seal ad-
open shop and governing railroad
shop employes was promulgated by
ihould attract the attention of oth-, wtiut, bo dropped until the
try district, tho pupil wi-n- dcfl- building Itself was not Insured.
dent In a thorough eighth grade Lyons was formerly employed by
training, owing to the fact that tho Klamath Manufacturing company
they had been hurried through as a blacksmith but recently went to
both tlm seventh and eighth grade work at Weed, leaving Mrs. Lyons
work Isst year In order to enable and tho three children hero until a
tlii'iii to enter the school at the be- placo could lie secured for llieni. The
ginning of the September term. The family were at a neighbors last night
students wire cnllod into Hie prln- when the fire broke out and Mrs,
rlpal'n offlm nml nil three agreed. Lyons swooned whcn she saw all
to return to their home district and ' tholr possessions and homo destroy
resume tint eighth grade work ed. The hous was being paid for
which they missed, - on the Installment plan. Neighbors
Tho other four pupils who were' look enro of the family last night,
dropped, failed because of lack of, Thero wero plenty of volunteers
application t their studies When for service last night as a weekly
tho grade cards were passed out at j flro meeting was Just closing. One
the end of tlio first six weeks, the of the volunteers. John Stewart, was
cjrds boro tho tlenlnKiiatlon "D" left on tho grounds until midnight
equivalent to failure, and they playing a strenm of water from a
were warned Hint, at tho end of the. windmill pump which was pressed
second sis-week period, should tho' Into service by Klro ChlcJ Ambrose,
cunt lirnr tin. samp eratles. tliev, IC
- I 5
the tnltcd States" Itallroad Lnbor
Tho now rules becbimt effective
Hoard members state that most
of the older working rules, sanc
tioned by the experience of years,
are preserved In full affect. Many
today and take jurisdiction overjof tho mora rigid rules, BOWSVM,
approximately 400,000 men Inimo- were considerably relaxed la faror
dlately, although n still larger nu:u- of the roads, although the rscog"
ber will bo affected when too nor- lcd rights of the men are fatly
mnl traffic conditions are restored.' protected and the principle of col
far rearhlng changes In the lectlve bargaining and nnloa ra
rities, which supplant tho Nation-' cognlzatlon Is retained, ha contest
al Agreement made during feder- plated by the Transportation."
er public service concerns and one
of which both Mr. Thompson and
his company have reason to bo
Mr. Thompson will have bis
headquarters In Medford and his
duties will bring him lu contact
with tho affairs of tho company In
sell of the rltles and towns where
Is lilies go,
ttAMMTS M-sKK hlXTV
TIIOfHA.Mi IMII.KMt n.lMMT
refused to accept an nil Ireland
parliament, demanded as u solu
tion by the Hlllii Keln delegation.
Hut ho announced Ulster's willing
ness to discuss other proposals for
ail Irish settlement. If they wern
submitted by neit Tuesday.
Premier Lloyd (leorge lintuii
(lately submitted to the Sinn Keln
delegates new proposals, wlildi, If
they meet with the approval of the
Sinn Keln. will be presented to the
(lister officials before Tuesday,
Tho situation Is very critical ow
ing to llin double deadlock Ulster
refusing to enter un till Ireland
parliament, and tlm Sinn Keln re
fusing to yield on the iiuesllon of
nllcglunro to tho rrown. Tlm nego
Hatloux, howeter, have not been
broken off any nml may bo con
tinued on u new hauls,
AHMTKU: TIIIAL IH
MlAIIIMi ITH CM)
BAN l'HANCISCO, Her. 1. The
Arhucklo trial Is rapidly Hearing Its
conclusion. Today was taken up In
hearing medical reports In rebuttal
testimony In mi effort of tho prosecu
Hon to discredit tho testimony of
witnesses for Iho defenso. Only two
witnesses rniuln to ho culled and It
In likely iirgunient before tho Jury
will ho begun tomorrow.
Tlio Cyclo-Htcrmogroph at Ifiulor
wood'a Pharmacy recorded Iho most
rapid drop In the barometric pres
sure of the season, between the hours
of four this morning ami one o'clock
today, forecasting tho disturbance of
Slnco tho hour of one tho rlso In
pressure has been almost ns abrupt,
and unless n now "low" appears the
storm will rouse Joulght mid tomor
row bo fair.
Tho tompornturo dropped six do
groos In less than ton minutes short
ly after ono today, nml It furthor
precipitation takes place this ovonlnK
It will probably bo In tho form of
Korocdst for the next 34 heurs:
Fair woathor, with brisk wonda,
which' wilt diminish,
Tht Tycoi recording thermometer
r'MIMrdii inn following maximum
m M'PM1"1 I'iiiPWturtli loilnyl
llllh iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiini if
1QV imiiimiiiiifiintiii ov
Jean l.lnkenback. one of Ihe fain
nils l.lnkenback family of Indiana
will nppear In his first tryout In thi
local arena with Kid Wilson of Kl
Klamath.. Llnkcnhark has resided
In Salt Lake, 1'tah, for a number of
years before coming here while Wll
son was raised In Iho neighborhood
of t'hlliiquln The two men will
fight as llght-heavywelghts, They
am scheduled for six rounds,
Four rounds of boxing between Kid
Vincent of San Kriinrlsru nml Kid
Harrington of Kt, Klamath, light
weights, should tie a whirlwind nffalr
us both um In the pink of condition.
1'our rounds, as nn inhibition
match only, Is scheduled between Hob
Itoss of San Francisco anil Hob Allen
The two popular fl)welghls, Kid
I Helm nml "Tuff)" Anderson, news
boys, will be mom than Interesting
for the two popular little lads nlwuyi
put up. u "battle as fust ns the prin
cipals. Tho public Is linlted In attend the
dully workouts in the McDonald hull
mid get n lino on the tuners who will
uppour on Deiember 10. The work
outs take place from i to ti o'clock
JACKSON. Cul.. Dec. 1. A gang
if eight bound two men at the Argo-
laut mine mill this morning, blew
open thu safe and stole sixty thous
and dollars worth of gold amalgam.
This represented tho month's cleanup.
brlKl"; I LEGION BENEFITS
nlliif of llin second aemeMtnr In
January. Yesterday, the four pii- WAS BIGsSUCCESS
nils were found to hale sufficient '
I)V to wurrant dismissal until Friends of tho American Legion
January when they will again be b',(l0 defiance to tho weather last
enrolled In tho same courses. "IBM and tunica out en masso ai
Mii f ih.. fnlhir... ... in Mm the benefit performance tn the
KiiRllsh-Mutlieiuatlcal courMi. ''s,1,r ". "Standing room on-
.,.. ..... .. ii-i .i lv" wan the order of the nlrht
run-nur iuuit munch iuui iiiu i ------
re.iultemenls for entry Into both 'lbl a '"' nilnillc after eight
fi. nrnrn,, u.,i...riiv nn.i n.n o'clock and It estimated the
Oregon Agricultural College were Anion's furnishing fund has been
becoming mom exacting owing to' Increased to the extent of J1I0.
the largo student body which Is I ' ddltio:i to tb screen pro-
being enrolled. (Vitaln subjects nu"lon wo a spienaiu pro
Ihe past Included In tho high school K'ain rendered by local talent,
rourso wero now insufficient for tho "" of ho'" wcro wrwly applaud
unit entrance reiiulrements and ' ' 'r ,ner delightful offerings,
hud been dropped from tho courses. "Tickets. Please." an entertaining
The dropping of the students bU of '"rdy. wltU Meta Cbastaln.
was the first which has taken place ""J red Thrasher. Teddy Durbln
during tho two years In which tho atui John uton In tho cast was
county high s.hool has been under """ re'l' wro tho oth
i'rof. (!.m-is- .uncrvislou r numbers, which Included a solo
, by Vcrda Coxad, "A Cry for Help",
.(.'i:i MAHMIAI. VICTIM "", al,pln,r by Teddy Durbln. en
or iTfi'LiAit siHiimxi:l",'J- "A br lyclf." The pro
'gram was materially enhanced
through tho efforts of Mrs. J.i A,
Voyo and Mrs. J. U. Kndcrs.
I'OIITLANI). Dec. 1. Ono of the
greatest crowds ever -gathered In
Portland greeted Marshal Koch today
iwhcn with a guard of honor, compos
ed of wearers of tho distinguished
scrvlco cross, he reviewed ono of the
biggest and most Impressive parades j
over seen In this city. Th French I
hero was greeted by thousands of
Ho will bo tendered a banquet this
evening and will probably address
a mass meeting before his departure
for tho south nt II o'clock tonight
U. S. FIRM OH i
STOII.M WltKAKS HAVOC
WITH TKI.KI'IIOM-: l-OLKS
Tbo -near gale caused damago to
the lines and poles of tho California-
Oregon, Power company ,iu tho eltyj ihsa-lho 4sty par ssU -atatw t
and at outside xInts at noon today,
Tclephono reports from Merrill rond
In the vicinity of tho Hobcrt Chcyne
ranch said that from 30 to 40 poles
wcro blown down.
WASHINGTON. Dec?!.. VTas
purpose of the American arms de
legation to accept no KosUtljaatlMa
of Secretary Hughes' proposed "-S-3"
ratio of naval strength aa that
fundamental basis of any limitation
agreement was authoritatively reit
The statement was backed by
disclosure of the facts aa to exist
ing naval strength.
This showed Japan to hara laaa
t'MVKIIHITV i:i.ni DANCIIS
Thu second University club dance
of tho season will bo held nt ho
Whlto Pelican hotel Friday night.
Klght-llilrty o'clock Is Ihe hour set
for tho opening strain of music
which will Hturt tho affair off. No
invllullons imi bolng t-ent out, but
any one who bus ever attended n
unlMirslly or lollegu for any length
of tlmo will be welcome, ns will all
high school students. Curd tables
will lie provided for those not wish
ing to dunce.
The tamnle res'.uitKitit operated by
Manuel Ittvers nn-l Tom Marline be
tween Second mid Third, on Main
street, was swoopo-i down on yeiter
day oU'nlng ahop 5 1) n'llock by
Chief Wilson, Pitrolmeti MclHiiigiilln
iml llrundeiiburg, and railed
TI officers fo..n 1 two gallon lnt
Hes, (lie partl.il'y fill"! with l lab.
grade whiskey, whlili t.ivly refem
bles bonded goods nml u 2 gallon
keg which was nearly empty
Itlvcrs was able to sccum ball lait
night hi-foie V. 8. Conmlssonrr
Thiiinas, whllo Murlinex war placed
in Iho .ill) Jail, Alnrtlnei told Hi"
officers iiHl tho w .1, in lib
pr. iily -'id Hint lo -ii nloi'e In
ioiwiI I-; ti. deal, Chief WIIdoii
l.rwcr. .'.i.' out . I'oiuplilut
against both men this afternoon nml
they will bo given a heartm; tomor
row morning nt 10 o'clntk.
TWO MCllDKItKIIK Ob'
siiKitirr T.ivi.oit iti:t'itn:'i:ii
HALM.M, Dec. 1. (iovemor Olcott
last night reprieved until February
3, tho murdorors of Sheriff Taylor,
of Umatilla, Klrby and Hnthle, fol
lowing an appeal riled In thu suprcmu
court on Kirby's habe.ix corpus proceedings,
CLATSKAN1K. Dec. 1. lieu lllr
kenfleld, aged seienty, night mar
shal, and C. D. Hicks, forty-five,
Wero killed parly toduy by u bul
let from tho marshal's revolicr
which exploded when Hicks picked
up lllrkenfleld, who bnd fallen and
fractured his skull, while climbing
tho stairs to Investigate n light In
ii building which hnd been unoc
cupied and into which Hicks hud
inoied lust night.
According to the story told by
Hicks' brother-in-law, lllrkenfleld's
rovoher discharge u bullet which
wont through lllrkenfleld's head
and penctrnti'd lliiks Jugular vein.
RED ELAG RIOT
CHICAUO. Dec. 1. Sentiment
seemed to develop strongly for tho
rcorganltatlon of the Prohibition
Party ami its continuance under an
other name, ut u national gathering
of Prohibitionists hero yesterday
Virgil tl. Hinshuw, national chair
man of tbo party criticized President
Harding for what ho said was Indif
ference to enforcement of tho prohi
Weather sharks watching the
downpour today from i: 15 o'clock
to 1:30. predict a decided change
in weather condi
tions and a good,
Ono of tho pro
phets who hat
here for lo, these
many years, says
that the bright
period Just about 1:30 o'clock was
perhaps tho "dying flash In tho pan
of tho present storm", but In vtow
of tho fact that "all woather signs
fall on tho coast," that bus to bo
tuken with a grain of salt.
With tho wind stilt In the west
Klamath Falls people will do well
to take both tholr rubbers and um
brellas when they stir out.
Tho sewer at Sovcnth und Main
streets at two o'clock was clogged
up by accumulations from tho Hart
building. Tho wnlks wero brldgod
which the "5-5-3" plan, would
title her. It showed also that tha
Amerlcan delegates had been orer
the whole field and that their fig
ures were correct.
Meanwhllo Prince Tokugawa of
Japan declared that tha statement
yesterday of Vice Admiral Kate
of the Japaneso advisory staff.
contending for a seventy par cast
status for Japan was based pa
"personal opinion," it waa ;BQt( , ha
said, sponsored" by the delegation
of which Vice Admiral Kr.to la not
13TH VICTIM OF
AUTO BUS CRASH.
RED ULUFF. Dec. 1. Death
claimed Its thirteenth victim last .
night, when one ot, tha glrti
The county high school students
hae another slego of holidays
ahead of them until Monday owing to
tho transmission gear on tho oil i by boards so that travel across tho
burning apparatus breaking yester-, street wus possible.
School was maintain-1
CHAMPION I.HOXAltD MATCIIKD
von .o-di:cikio.v iioct
MILWAUKKK, Wis Dee, 1.
Aftor being In retirement for nearly
n year, Iloiiny Leonard, lightweight
champion boxer, will in cot Plnkey
Mitchell, Milwaukee, before a local
vn.-'w. iv... . (-..-.i...... .. i....' da v forenoon
occurred horo today following n de- cd tho bulunco ot yesterduy after the GUILLOTINE
monstrutlon boforo the parliament accident but today, tho rooms werol pQR FRENCH
building, where red Hugs wero o f00' r Bood working conditions BLUEBEARD
ruised on Improvised musts. nd Prof. Hobcrt K. flootx assembled j
Tho crowds smashed windows tho students In thu auditorium and i ,,Amg cc j J,nmira,i. tho mo-
unit looted shim den nc In lux. aniiumueu buoi.ui.oiui. u. .,....,.,. .......
urles. Fashionable hotels whero Monday,
foreigners reside, wero attacked. Hopalrs for tho broken gear wero
Tho crowd battered down tho doors ordorcd from Portland nml tho ro
of the Now llrlktnl Hotel, poured ' l'' wl" bo ",ml Bor''0 Monday In
Into the building, hroko windows " ,0 rcone, clu8!e3 nt tho U8l,ul
und hurled bedding nml furniture l'01'rs,
to tho mobs In tbo street.
injured in the coJsWoa betwasa. th t
Oregon express train No. lSaaoT tasr'
school auto bus with sixteen, passen
gers, nt Proberta crossing yesterday-"
Of tho thlrtoen victims, nine are
reported to have been girls. Of these,
three, who received serious Injuries
aro said to bo In a critical condition.
i dorn Hluebenrd, who Is credited with
having killed nt least a dozen wives,
greeted tho court and spectators with
, smiles, when ho svas sentenced this
morning to pay tho penalty for bis
crimes on tly) guillotine.
HAHV filllli AllltlVKS
ATItOV HAMAKCIt IIOM11 g,ea(,v
KTOItK VISITS fioirr. HOMH
Dr. T. R. Campbell reports tho
Announcements wero rocclvcd horo
today of tho birth ot n baby girl to
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hnmakor nt tholr
home In Vallojo, California, on. No
vember 27, The little girl. Phyllis
Mlde, weighed DV4 pounds. Mr. mid
POUTLAND. Dec. 1. Cattlo nrrlvnl of a son nml heir at
hogs, top quarter lower, home of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. K. Ooetr
rest Btcady, prime light $8.75 to' ntversldo avenue, on Novem-
$9.00; sheep stondy; eggs
weak; buttor unsettled.
NrTW PA1HV OPKNKO
The Prosbytorlnn church hazunr
will open tomorrow morning In. club Monday, January !!. hi a 10
tlio basement of the church on thoj round, no-declslon bout, Tom- An-
corner or r)Mi ana fine streets, i drews, local prc.piotor, definitely an
Much of tlm fancy work has been pounced today. Leonard Is tuar.n.
SS i.. ,...'.. ... I' ' " ' ""
:.". ? ,mi 's, l.6 ? mlow 0' ", l0tl f.OttO, with the DrlYlltko of Mrs. llnitlBKrr nH Well hnowii lioid,. Tfa Premium lry ha, opnen Itn thd highway tommltslon In Itrcou-
?."V." Jlr .".wwarri mti wmmu, M mm ,00o( Mh JUiiiakBr being lin son ef Mrsi mw iiU inprn iism t 118 No h mhicHmh work m thi hlghvrnyj, )Jf.
Amriiinn iinnirtKeri Iroilfin lircili i iweeu mis cur nim.ipinu
HK.NHVGOItDON IIOMK AOAI.V
Henry Gordon returned Tuesday
night from several months spent with
J .ai' im m few Ami
Tilt bOllt Will M Ai ralMlWalihl!
MANILA. P. I., Dee. 1. The entire
town ot Ibajay, In tho province of
Cnpli, was Inundated by a tidal rwara
Sunday and many houses with their
occupants swopt out to sea, according
to dispatches from the postmaster at
Dispatches to constabulary head
quartors hero said the town of 'Ma
cato. in tbo same province, waa also
submerged by a (Idal wave and mora
than a hundred natives drowned.
MANV OLD FIUKNDS GRBKT
UKOPENINQ OP OHOCKRV
iMany old friends of the Klamath
Cash (Jrocery Btoro iwere on hand
yesterday when buslneaa waa raaam
ed after about two week's suspen
sion duo to financial troabi.es. There
iwero many new customers, too, and
Manager Holmes stated that despite
tbo Inclomeucy of the weather tha
volumo ot business was greater than
at any. tlmo for several weeka before "
tho suspension. ,
Tho store has been restocked with
everything In .the grocery, llae taa4
the concern, owing to the amlaabla
arrangement ot Its affairs wK tha
creditor, lri.it a batter aasJtlaa u
dyer bfor, to eiw u'tkg.tMsW,
biih U III MltdP N MMk mm