r3 hj -m . ?vJVj . ,VJ v . p? ltum9 HrralJi V 3 r . , WEATHER FORECAST tonight and wi;d.m:hdav, ha in Moi:it,Ti; hoi"iiii:iii.v am:h " , OFFICIAL rAFtit or KLAMATH COUNTY AND ' & '1 OF KLAMATH FALLS 3f Member of the Associated Press hhft'fiith Viiif. Nil, II 1 1 1.1 klamath pam.h, ohi:gox, tithdav, NKi'Tmmnt.mi, imrj nuoavmiowiM I TURKS ADVANCE ON STRAITS - I. ,:-. is iSMMMBM N ' l jE VB it 1lT, t1 'V .., ... V V . HK H MS AS HI on ne British Mobile Forces Pre pnrc for Buttle; Soviet Russia W.irns Powers 4 CONMTANTINOPl.i: Sept. III. Tlu Turkliili Nallou.illnt reply I" tim Allied im.irii unto accepts tin. conditions laid down In thn I'jirln conference, nrionl. liij( to I'.n.id Itcy. n Kniunl Pasha h I iId ilu camp, who hntt nrrlti'it from (lnortia. Tim Na. llotinlUtii Imlm. upon tint right to romluct military operations luring tim conference, how ever. Mini ili'inmiil admission of Itumln, Persia uml llulftrirlii to tin. conferrnr... CONUTANTINOI'M:, IU;it. 2C J"u,' I"-'1" " hclrcmiM hail Iwn Turkish Nntlntiallit rnvnlry lm n. , "all'",rt fir iuIoiioIiIh, bail Weih, vmlml tho luntttiit xotin, nccuiiyliiK wt,al " ""'I iTi'iioral inrfuctlon, Kiiiii Kulfdt nml Cron ICt-iil. on thi) nn"' "I"' tho opnilnR of tho roomi l)nrilaiii)lli'. nKiiln ut 1 o'tlork tho number una ivmlly iloiiblivl In tho flnt hour. LONDON. H.ni. 20.-ilrlKa.lU.r ., Wo"lw,1 "n1'l"r1 ",n ''lr"-"'" "f (liinrralfllrCliarliallarliiRlDii. Urll..;a;ra- " "' Uattl,on '""' "rranKo.l lh KMiimmiilor nt Chaitak. on tim ",'n r""",H ,0 U,nt """" "mMnco l)iiril.inolli, hnn rniuiiliMl Muiitnplm " r"l"frt w" "ontivl In ilull. Kcmnl I'm.tt to wltlnlraw lil.t ciivhI.; rn,,,,'w,UI,,K '"""'I'limt. Klos.iri. ry. liWHllui: n mply. tho DrllUh .Mo.",fo cotilrllmli'il by Mrn. Charloit I., hlln rnlumti hn henn ntntlonoil ho. j5,ooro ""' "Hi era from thWr homo twci-n Climiah onil l.'ruii Kcul. rinily , """" Barilrnn. Ilcnllno am) Kiln. for ociilunlllli. '",, Pl"l" liO imUtiiil with ilnnu- )-,.- i: " j lions of baby jilcturoa. Moo'h nml ON8TANTINOI'I.K. Hopl. S6.-'U,,t ?1l'," K!110 ,,M l",0,,", f,",,J Kin. which broko out la.l nlslit In'"" 'h ffmP" "'- '" ho raunlMK f,.ar nf no hth.mnl In burn . 8lUBro ,)CAl ,lrB "" llplajrivl Dm ..i.iim! ti... it.. .. - .....rnii...i a... t'.t.i.. .i ...u f.tl lUlllll'IIV't nflcr 11 twii'liourn' Unlit. .MOSCOW. Hrpl. '.'li. Sot hi IIiih hi. i In a noli, to tin. allied power i....'...mi. on IIII..I.VIK...I cuiiiiTt'iiru wr,01 m, fiitlnmlnittii and Joy Hi find n nolutlou to tho near eaul Mvr'lh unruly llttlo folk, who oh nltuallon. v,atln thu power nriiIiihI ivclvll U, ,u,y , ,u ,1(V, ....... ...h ,..... . ........ ..,i uhu, hi- utihiicii in I in1 irei'iitti or mo liar ilanollex, Tho nolo ndlerJten that Ituimli ullt ri'ftue in recoKitiJii any ili'ilnlou unletn rh h u parly In tln IU;ii''ili:llt. i BEETLE WAR RENEWED roil r.iinp.iiHii simu wild ivpini. lire nf Tint In Aim .1 Aeilvo nrl. In tin. pluo biello In foatod tlmbnr dlMrlrtii iilurled in. l.iy Willi tho dnp.irluro of H. It. Ill.itk nml u i row of mon for Area 3. loralKil north or Alturan In the Modoe National fonnt. This In tin. firm camp lo bo oHlablliihud for thu fall work, hut ulliitr cruva will bo Kent out within tho noxt fuw wcoIih to thu other uronn throiiKhout thin ill xIhIuu. lucordlnir to r. I'. Keen, uu. tomnloKlul lu chnrRu hure. MAitKirr KiM'oitr 1'OltTI.ANI), Sept. 26. I.IrIii pro. auction mid brink HhlppliiK demand toduy iiilviinrcd buttor 2c to 8 iont, wIioIahbIo, for irl.itn: Tillamook thoo.io up 2u to 2Sc wholoaalo; V.kkh up throo contH, 43c lu 4,'ik wlinlo hiiIu. I, h unlock Hlnady, wi;atjii:ii t'ltoiiAitii.nii.H Tho Cyclo-SlormiiRiaph at Under. wood'H l'liurniiiey Iiiih rocordod a Htoady fall In baro motrlo prcHHiiro ilurliiK tho piiHt 24 houra anil hIiico 8 o'clock thlH mom. Iiik hnn boon qulto rapid. CoudltloiiH lira fuvornblo for brink wIihIh tonlKht uccnmpmiloil b y iiliow'ora, Forecast for noxt 24 bourn : Cloudv uunottlod wuuthur. I Tho Tvcos recording thormomotor loelsterod maximum mid minimum tompraturen today as follows High .74 37 2fl KLAMATH'S HEIRS 1 OUT EN MASSE FOR BABY CLINIC TODAY KI.MI.rn Willi I'tiii.y Hulr ntiil Willi. iit'l Any llnli- At All Appi-.tr III l.nr;it Ntiniliriw i liable Willi i in Icy hulr. Ii.iMi-k with out miy nlKii nr Inir, lulilcit thai I'nlill'iil nluiin licdlilu n unit mothers ninl wen tutu; nml nil In till tho (tuirtmi, linitJhlrft lot of buhlus dm public nf Klniiiatli 1'iilln ll" "" nd tim privilege or i viim: '""'"'"I ' "u am, .'r, out l"1" mornliiK fur Iho annual Klnni- th Falls baby clink-. Tim steady ttrenm of women nml Imlilot going Into the- courthouso thli Morning iin.l afternoon r.nva tim urne, ijnict hnlln of Jimtlro mi unit-mil nppernnci. Th par tlclpanm In tho clinic with rrcrli-.l tit the iikiIii n'rnnco by Mrs. It, J. Millets ami Mm. Jemilo Muni, who directed them lo tho luiomcnl ",,",. "V, , ""' r,,n c w W"- up until noon to.lny 33 of Klan li'.cillral Mippllrn iirriMinary lo tho romfort of llahy. Local phyHcllam took turn rxumlnliiff tho chllilrfn nml Kltlni: Inrturcn. VoilliKMcn Ol.jivt I.UMlly .NiirscM who look rliariio ninl thvW moaHuromcntn aud welKlit taken, Jlrs. (J. I. Wrlirht. Mrn. O. 1'. Miikon, Mm. W. It. llojd. Dr. Kn tella Kurd Warner, mvdlrjl director of Htatn iDKlene, of I'orllaiiil; and Mm. (!. Ill.ikely, hlutn adtlKory iiurio. Women who look an inlUo part In tln cllule were: Mivnlam'e.i Jeu nil. Hum, IC. (I. I'uinmliiK", II. It. llnrrlMin, It. I :. ile.iry. It. J. .Sheotn, II. li. WrlKhl. II. W. ltrlilKfonl nml W II. ItobliiHim. Aicordtiii; lo Mlii Trlcl.e, coun ty health no rue, tho children so far examined have been lu exceptional Hood physical health. BUILDING IS MENACE I'miiii' ilttiiclim. Itiuniil Kiiinbij Mum lit. Tom Down, Council Decrees Tho building at SU2-.13.S Main blroet, partially doslrojed by flro Hiimluy iifleruoon, Is n moiiaro to Ilu. public nnd must bo torn down, It wits decreed lu a resolution adopt, ed by thu city council lust night. It wan ordered that notification bo sent to tho owners, C. J. Hwluglo, Yum. hill, Oregon, nnd Mrs, Nullio IlolWn, Santa Clara, California. I.lttlu business camo baforo tho council mid thu uchhIoii ended at mi early hour. Tho only nor in It urantod was to Geo, l,..Motz for VoiiHtructlon of u framu building ou lot 7U0, block 105, Mills addition, to cost SfiO. FRANK WOLFE IS HELP Will Ho Tiled on ClmrRo of Dlv oiileily Conduct At Oleim Frank Wolfo wn nriealod by Sheriff Low this morning In connec tion with tho affair at tho Olene ilunco hull Htttdrduy night which re sulted In tho arrest of eight others tn charges of disorderly conduct. Wolfo wus wlated for a hearing to. day. Wolfo wiih presqut when tho officer nppoar.cd at tho danco hull in nnilo his rflcnpo, Hip sheriff s.rlil, T T M , Miss Lottie Fischer Tooszs Chapcau in Ring; O'Ncil Out for Circuit Judge J Klanuith'it poll tlcrtt pot In common. clnr: lo bulilil". - MIm l.olllo risvlivr, clurk of thu dty council, pnxliloil up tho flamu ut Urn council into 1 1 n k last nlr.Mt ttlmn kIii. uiipounccil, "My rhapoau li In tho rlnc for poller. JikIi;c." Him is conn TO HjHI II huNlrnl nor two )tar' cxporloncu I . , , .... In tho MIc.. judo-, offlconn,! M, " B,J f "houp ' wt guallfl.,1 to luii.ll. tho work. Holl,l, cffect ""l "P! nB' '0 nn,fo for, no olhrr cntnllJntv for Dili of flc hax appeared. Tor touiitllmaii. Trcil Duke, of tin. Gmtrnl Alito xrrkc I the only onu to haw announced his rnmlldacy. Jlo will bo n canJIUato from tho fourth nril, at prrnont rrprtaontoJ by Hurt llnwkliu. Ilnuklin lion not cunouncoil wlnnlicr ho will run D.iko nnyn lili petition will bo filed Within n ilay or two. Anothvr camllilnto ha.i nppcnrcil In tho rare for circuit JuiIko. Ito I U. M. O'Ncil. of Hi,, law firm of OW'ull li. Irwin, nml will run mi an Inilc pciiiloiil. o;.polns It. C. (iropubcck, ilcmocratlc, nml JuiIku A. I. Iavltt, ropubllcan, prwent liicumbunt. Htalu ami county cinitli.'ntrs hac until Oct. IS, Inclunlvo. :." daa be rorn olccllon. to fll0 tholr rcrtlflcatos of candidacy. Caudldatoa for city office hato flo tlnya lotiRor to file, or to within 20 da) of tho election. Election In on November 7. AMBROSE GETS TOKEN School (lilblicn lri-.'iit I'lri' fliVf Willi I'li.nrrs I'lru Chief Amliri)i day was brlKhtcned by tin. appearance thin murnl:iK nt his hcilnMo In a local hoHpltnl, ef a nelcrted croup of Krml.i hchool l.oyn mi I i;Irlj, their orniij loaded with floweri, rllent wishes for n upeedy rccoery mid a token of their admiration. According to a report from tho ho:.pllal lalu Ihlri iifleruoon, AmbroKc Is htlll liuiiroxlncnud will no doubt bo up within the nevt few ilajii. HE CAN i t n ...,.....,' 47ft li I ' -. , .!. ,imm, UNIFORM DRESS AT HIGH SCHOOL GOES I, - fllih AlpearlitK In Oilier flnrli lo INTO EFFECT TODAY Hi- Si nt lloiiii'i lm.Hptlil Mitiit lit I'm. ill 'Dim nl.iiiil.inl iintrorm uiloptoil by tho hti;h nchoiil ;lrU coeu Into i'f r it (m)iiy fur tliu flnt llmo. I'rlmlpiil Itolicrl Cloo'.z atmoiinccd th.il nil I'lrln Mltlipnt iiiilfnri.in. uri iy Uiuy IiikI n sull.ililn oxcimc. .won Id bo rr-nt homo to romqln thoro until thry ohtalnril n uniform. Tito uiilfonii combIiiIk of li)'-lic;l-cil black iho-H, black HtocklnKii. dark bluo or black iklrt, amt whltp. inlilil)n. Thin In tho first time tho hlfili icliool ban Imil 6 tanJnnI uniform wan not standardized bccnuio of thu lalcncHg of tho school year. URGE TREE PLANTING i:riy Mt'itilicr nf .I'miilly Avl.cd to Join In Moiciucnt CIIICACO, Bopt. 2C Plant a tree for Mory membor of tUo family dur Inj; troo plantlnr; week, October 27 to Noember 3. 1 bclus "rtied by tho Plant Another Trco association. Chambers of eommerco nnd other civic clubs throughout thn country aro planning to p'jsorvo tho week In tho plantln of memory treoa. birth day trees and many other nbcr vances or n public chatattcr, accord Iur to officers. In addition, each family la urged to ou'crin tho viek by iplnntlng trees about tho Jj.me. namlnr: each for Bomo mcmbiir of Iho family, and If poMlble, tnahlnK tho obfcrMiaco a lionio-coinlnB mid reunion. Tho week will bo started with Arbor Day celebrations. JOHN HANSON CAUGHT Man Who lcjpil from Ctly .lnf l Held for l-nrcency of Aulo John Hanson, 20, who scaped from Jail here last Friday wheru ho wnn held ou a larceny charge. Is In Jail In Jacksonville where ho Is held for larceny of an uutomoblle, accord ing to advices rcculed by Sheriff Low. It la believed lljii ear wax stol en In Medford, us no I heft has been reported Imre. NOW RESUME HIS JOURNEY IKJLLS I . ..l. -. I Stock Being Brought From All Parts of West For Exhibition Next Week Itldcrs liciit out lo all parts of tho western county to try out horses and cattlu to bo uyod durlnc the round up hero noxt week will arrlvo with thu outlaws this afternoon at the fair grounds where hay and pasture havo been secured. J. C. Kdsall and A. D. Ilamaker wilt bring In tho bucking bulls and some or tho steers to be used for bull-docclnft. Dallas Chan and Ulll Drown wilt arrlra this afternoon with a bunch of horses selected from tho ones own ed by J Frank Adams, Jim Grimes nnd, others In the northern part of tho county. Amcni; thes will be the wltd hurtcs for tho wild horso race. i:erctt Hell nnd Wm. Loury will bo hero today with tho noted Bly round-up horses, which arc among thn best on tho coast. Among then nro 'I-bo-Damn". "Cotton belly," "McAdoo,", "Dunsono". "Illaclc Do mon," "Alrplano", "Snow-Ball," the noted "Snappy John" nnd many oth ers. ft. liamaker and K. niggs wilt be hero In n day or so with stock front thn southern Dart of the country. , Men sent to Lake and Crook coun ties will bo here soon with 30 head of thu desert outlaws. According to Information received by J. .V. divan, president of the Bly Itouud-up association, noted perform ers from Pendleton. lied Bluff, Ft. Worth. Texas, Chcenuu and other places, will bo hero to muko this show onu of tho best of tho year. Itaco horso men from Medford. Al turan, Merrill and I-akcvlow aro a' ready hero with their horses, and aro very anxious that tho raco track bo completed at onco In order that they may get their horses In trim for tho races. Tho chariot team owned by Henry aud Mooro will bo lu this aftornoon. A team to compete with this Hiring Is expected in tbo next few days. AKHIVINb LH HESSE GETS FOUR MONTHS IN JAIL AND FINE OF $500 Hoy Who Klllnl Hunting Companion Convicted on (linrgn of Ifunllntc After Humlnwn A flno of $500 and four months In Jail, was tho penalty impcscii In tho Justice court this afternoon on J. Harry Hesse, 20, charged with hunt ing after sundown. Hesse shot and killed his companion, Kmcrson Fish, near tho Kcsterson Lumber company camp In tho vicinity of Dorrls' Sun day night in the darkness mistaking him for a deer. Fish was 48 paces distant when Hcsso flrod the fatal shot, according to Marlon Barnes, deputy game warden. At the coroner's Inqnest this morning the verdict was that Flsb met death "by means of a gunshot wound" and that Hesse was "gnllty of negligence." Whether other charges -will be preferred against Hesse was not made public. The coroner's Jury was composed of Marloa Hanks, Gus Melhase, It. E. Smith, John Siemens, Kd Blooming' camp and B. S. Grigsby. Uesso pled guilty to the charge of sight shooting and said he would not retain an attorney. CLUB RECORDS HIGH Bonanza Children Coeapictn Work; Will Exhibit at Fair lly MlldrtMl Scott Two ears ago, with the help of Frank Sexton, county club agspt. a sewing club', was crgsnlxedShsre in Bonanta with 12 girls enrolled. Bin. Bell, was chosa,local club leader aad Miss Hilda Hamak'er. president. All the members completed their work and a number- of exhibits were aent to the county fair. Miss Hilda Ilamaker waa chosen local leader of our sewing club this year and Miss KIilo Rncck, president. Through tho efforts of Miss Ilama ker, this work was all completed be fore tho summer vacation. The sew ing will bo exhibited at tbo county fair, October 4, 5, G. In theso two years, through efforts of the club members and leaders, aid ed by Sexton, six delegates have been sent to Corvallls to attend the two-weeks short course Last spring. In addition to the sew tng club a cooking club and pig club wero organized. In tho cooking club there aro five members. Mrs. Burke, tholr leader, tells us thai all have finished their lessons aud expect to oxhlbit bread at tho fair this fall. Tho Fig Club lug been doing ex. cellqnt work under leadership of H. M. Daniel. Their prosldcut Is Miss Mildred Scott. They will exhibit tholr pigs at tho county fair this fall. A Judging contest was hold at tho homes of Messrs. F, J. Bowno and II. M. Daniel Monday, September 18. Fern Crapsor, James Noblo, and Mil dred Scott, tho three highest scor ing members, will servo as Iho Bon. anxa Judging team, which will com poto with all tho other Judging teams at the fair Oct. C. SCHOOL FOLK, FORUM Instructors of Klamath County High To Bo Introduced High school day will bo observed at tho chamber ot eommerco forum Wednesday noon when membeja of tho high school faculty will attend. In a body. Prof. Robert Coots, principal, will bo chulrmnn ot tho meeting and will Introduce new instructors to tho for um and ro-Introonee tho old ones. According to Prof, Goots, about halt ot tho toachors aro now to tills school. A determined offort is bolng niadu by tho faculty to put out winning athletic loams and to duvolop a stu dent spirit that will put tho high school foremost of the institutions of tho state, it was said, and. tho plans that havo been porfocted will bo presented at tho forum. At tho samo time a requost for the hearty co-oporatlon ot all the busi ness "'Interests of the community to assist In tho school work will be made, LAUNCH PUNS TO W FE. El Over $9,000 Raised to Fi nance Project; More , Funds Needed A check-up on the plans of the county fair and Southern Orogon ro deo at the moetlng held la the cham ber of commerce last Bight showed that Including a note guaranteed by local business men, a total of $9,045 had been raised to flnaace the fair this year. A committee composed of J. J. Furber, J. J. Miller and P. 8. Pope took the field this morning to ralso additional money tOjCarry on the work. II. N. Moe, chairman, R. E. Brad bury, and K. V. Hoirry wero selected to handle the concessions for the fair, and anyone desirous ot exhibit ing should get In touch with one ot this committee. A. F. Glover U in charge of the music, and will endeavor to get the band together for tho three days. This, he said, woald necessitate bringing in some musicians from the outside. Ftaa W( Parade A plan to have a big parade on the first morning was agreed ape, and Will Lm was selected as parage marshal. Accerdiag to the plaas an nounced, every" automobile In town will UrssiaaetsjLta.assembU at .a certain aolaT befere'paradlnt Main street, aad then to the fair grounds, where proper ceremonies, Including dedicalon of the new buildings, will be made. W. A. Delsetl was named master of ceremonies. This will in elude an addresa by Governor Ben W. Olcott, in ovcat he Is ublo to visit Klamath Falls during tho fair. Tho stores will be closed from 12. noon to C p. m., as agreed upon by the merchants bureau. The r will be opened 'from S p. ra. lo 8 p. m. to take caro of trade. This arrange ment was made la order to Insnre tho rodeo bolng an. unqualified suc cess. Rooms Being Listed A committee set about this morn ing to list all tho available rooms la I town to take care of tho crowds that will visit Klamath Falls during tho fair week. A chairman for this com mittee will bo announced within u day or two. Those present at last nlghl'a moot ing Included II, N. Moo. J. H. Swan son, J. T. Perkins, Frank Sexton, Mr. Cosoboom, Percy Evans, A. F. (Hover, Fred Houston, J. J. Furber, F. C. Nlcktc, P. 8. Popo, R. E. Bradbury, A. M. Collier. M. L. Miller, Charles I. Roberts., Bon Lewis, 0. Wi- Hous ton, Roy Durbln, J. T. Bradloy, R. E. Dowccso, and E. TI. Henry. APPRAISERS COMING V Il4?rrset.tatlvca of Federal Land) Bank to Examine) Securhy Word has been recelvod by the Klamath Falls National Farm Loan association that the federal apprals" or will be here within a few days to look over tho securities offered by farmors applying for federal fans -loans. Tho local loaa committee Is mak ing a tour of appraisal this week, so that the papers may be properly' a'et- . ed upon by the directors of tbVa-.. sociation at a sneclsi sssstlac. walk has boon called for Ssturdsy, t-),1 ) SUCCESS mber30. J f ''Uyj-m As this probably wll,Ihe.a7i S-m iviuuqt liv. trip m inu luaurai afyrsHwr jw wn ' Rf" ' 'H territory before the advent of saV,n Po rurmors desiring loans prior, to Ma's? v ivC 'j 1. next aro ad vised' to file' their aav . '.'V.'j plications without delay, so that they V"?'""! can bo handled by the lsa eosamtitaa y If'" '' and. directors this 7a7 i VJif'' "' " -"1 All pavers la ceaaaciM'.wlUi.aay' plications mustbe Hsi4t aatt ehtcked'am brtlM ftawa'i'hsad bank, at Bsokaae "Um tNr will H ' plaeed laHaa Mtlhai aparalaaf " far 1 l - 5 41 "I i . V 1 v t nl f t a . t W v vr ' ttK ?' .