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LEADING PAPER OF*
MOUTHER« OREGON ♦
voli mi :
♦ It EACH H»EVERYONE ♦
* IN KLAMATH COUNTY ♦
KLAMATH EALES. OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 16, 1914
WOULD HAVE THE
American Disappears in Mexico
I’AltIH, .March 16 - Fat folks,
attention' If you would be thin,
have your dm tor put platinum
under your skin
here declared that after many
experiments he lias succeeded In
reducing bulky persons’ weight
from live to leu cubic eentl-
meters of an Isotonic solution
containing 0 25 grams of plat
inum per litre
\O l’R<>\ ISION IX CHARTER volt
IN PLANS FOR THE
CUES NEW HALL
Is in Charge of Round
the World Aerial Race
MI’Et I I.ATION
iti si LIS
PEOPLE HAY THEY WANT 1*1 B-
FIU1M TH IM
While the Public in General la in
McmlH-m of County Court and Itlor-
Favor of the Donation of Money to
Iley* for Oilit inis Implicated ill tl>e
Agaiu«t the Auanllng of the Coa»
the Chamber of Conimen e for Ad-
Mult Hate retin ue<| From I’orHau.l.
tract for Hie Plana Without Hub-
vcrtisitig tlie City's Renourve«, It la
Drspile Many lii>|Uirl«w> as to llie
writ ting of a Number of Different
MuggcaSed Ttiat It Woulil Be Well
I'loluibte Rettuli, They Wear sit Air
Sketche«, Allowing a Wider Ran ■
Io Ix-ave It Io Vote.
of Choice In the 'fatter.
County Judge Worden. Cunimia-
Many Inquiri«« aie being heard ask
atouer John Hageisleiu, Herbert H.
ing for Information us to the building
til |-'14 Ell Gale, who appeared as attorney for
ot the new city hall, It is reported
m AY h THAT AGED IDOL 4>F THE < harle« F. Stone at al, and D V. Kuy
that members of the count'll have
kendall, who appeared for Sheriff
practically agreed ou plans for the
Low, County Treasurer Siemens and
new |f»0,0o0 building, although no
MT IY AWAY
County Clerk De Lap In tbs warrant
public request has yet been made for
Injunction suit started against them
the submission of plans and - peel flea-
Gustave Rauch, the American, who the friend* of Bauch
in the U. S. District court at Portland,
lions from architects.
was caught some time ago by General killed as one of Villa’s Matemente United Fress Hervir«
teturned last night, after a week's so-
it would tie a mistake for the city
Villa's troop*, may be dead or alive. ».as to the effect that he may have
DENVER, Colo., March 16. -Moth- I Jc urn in the stale'« metropolis.
cuun II to make arrangements with
Villa und his men havo made contra been shot by some of hla enemies, but
When the partlee left here the hear-
er Jotx« waa brought from Trinidad
dictory statement«. It Is feared by | the statement was not definite
any one architect for the drawing of
this morning in the custody of Colonel 1,l< on lk® injunction order bad been
plans for the new building without
; Davis and other militiamen.
••• for laJlt Monday. However, this
giving all who desire a chance to
General John Chase met the party *,"“r,n< **• **°t held on that date,
Arnold Kruckman, bead of the bu compete, as only in this way can the
al the station, and took them to head-:tfn<* 11 WM ««»«»«need upon the re
teau of aeronautics at the Panama best results be secured.
quarters. where the rd«««« of tb* t"rn of ,h« f*«1* ,o<la’r lhal art,on
The public is also Interested and
I’aciAc Exposition at San Francisco.
aged woman was completed. General ?“* «’«’•'poned until April l«th.
It ¡he man on whom rests the respon entitled to know something of what
¡Chase »»Id that Mother Jones has re-
Ju*1 wh,v brought about this pu»t-
sibility for the round-the-world ageo- sort of a building la to be erected, the
Iquested her release, and had promised i’onetnent has not been definitely
class, materials, arrangements, el
¡to remain away from the strike zone. 1,'arna‘f. altbough one attorney stales I'l.mc race which has been advertised
hs one of the features of the great ex- Klamath Falls has waited a long time
¡She has been confined In military
or‘lwr 10 «”•
The race is planned to for ,hla building, and now that the
i the county court sufficient time to position
I prison oil •« the 17th of January
tart and finish on the grounds of the hopes of the people are about to be
BIG RAMIN LIMBER (X)MPANY
General Ci. •*» had promised her re
WHITE AND Ml HOI H ALSO
exposition during the next year while realized, it la best that the council
°fd*r H has been rumored
when she . r> *ulaed to li .V« tbe J
COMMENCEN ACTION TO HAVE
PLAN PORTABLE 1’1. i.NTH, TO
here for the last week that the ses the show is In progress. While many tak* sufficient time In selecting plans
-»«Ik» «on« and rei^a n away.
AGREEMENT WITH IXMKJING
sion In Portland was for the purpoee doubts have been expressed as to the »0 that the people they are repreeent-
OPERATE THROUGHOUT HOI TH
of arranging a compromise between advisability of attempting such a feat Ing will be aatlaOed wnen the building
the partlee, but upon this point there in the present stage of aeroplane de la completed.
It la presumed that the new city
velopment, Mr. Kruckman Is enthusi
is also much secrecy.
Twas Home Outing.
la to be conatructed for perma
The only direct statement that has
Alleging that a clerical error was
Hix years ago last May the first1
and the building committ e
When Gerry Cozad and Mrs. Cozad.
been made In this connection was thst
made In the contract under which Ox)-acetylene weld of casting was
and other member« of the council,
Mixa Verda Cozad and Mias .Lola
Charles W. Thomas Is cutting logs nude in America. One of the first
should take the people into their con
Myers autoed out to the Cozad ranch
plain that In hla opinion there Is no
and putting them In the Klamath men to learn the art of welding cast
fidence and lot them know what sort
Sunday, they expected nothing more
possibility of a dismissal of th* sulf,
Liver for the Arm, the Big Basin lugs by this method was William
of a building they propose to build,
exciting than planting a few berry
Lumber company lias brought an ac- Nichols, now associated with Austin
before binding the city to any partic
vines and a picnic lunch. The picnic
tlon In the circuit court for a reform White In the tnunagciiieiit of the Ore IF. A. M II.I.lA.MMitN Mt MT APPEAR jdayb, nor will the suits In the circuit
ular set of plane or to any contract.
lunch did not come off aa per sched ing of the contract
court be dropped
gon Welding company, on Klamath
ule, and this deviation from the In
The complaint. Aled by Htone 4c avenue.
tended program is what cauaed the
who are seeking th* Injunction, the
Gale, alleges that the clause whereby
OX < MARGE OF WANTONLY IX
One ot the inoat astouuding feats to
addition of excitement.
<«se was taken to the federal court.
ihe company was to deduct from the
be accomplished by this new process
JIBING A mutsi:
eating the nice lunch taken with them
In order to get an order that will tend
money due Thomas on the contract all
wna the mending of a big wheel for a
the party strolled over to the Crane
to restrain all the countie« of the • I LABORATE
moneys advanced him for wages, etc.,
traction engine hrlongiug to Duffy
& Watters ranch, taking their lunch I
AKE MADE BY THE MEMBERS
state from exceeding the limit of vol
was left out In copying the contract.
Brothers. The wheel was broken «n-
The mystery surrounding (lie "John untary Indebtedness.
basket along, and, with what they had
OF THE VOLUNTEER DEPART
tlri-ly, coming to the shop In three Do«'* indict ruent returned by the
in the baskets, added Homething hot
MENT—BIG CROWD ASSERÌ.I)
Hack From California.
grand Jury late Saturday afternoon
from "Blondy’s" stove. After dinner
E. L. Elliott and wife have re
Miss Verda, In anticipation of many
When White and Nichols finished was cleared up Hint <*v< nlng, when ((
For the past nine years the fire
days spent on her father's ranch, turned from Houthern California, with it no one could locate the place Sheriff Low placed under arrest F. A.
men's ball on the 17th of March has BOHEMIAN FARMER ARRESTED
lie Is charged
thought it would be a good idea to get where they have been visiting for the where the welds had been made. Th* Wllliuuison of Cblco
made St. Patrick"« Day n notable oc-
IX CONNECTION WITH ALLEG-
acquainted with ranch life. As a good past two weeks.
boys are planning on a new building with wanton Injury to an animal.
taaion hi Klamath Falls. Thia year
HINTHORN FORGERIES TO
beginning she made friends with a
for their shop, which will be of suffi
will be no exception, as every arrange
the Union OH compnuy, and the latter
weeny, tiny piglet, but forgot to make Tango Teacher Herr.
cient size for adding a garage.
ment lias been perfected for the big
HE TRIED MAY 3OTH
friends with little piggie'a mamma.
They will also Install a plant for part of the week b< made a trip to
gest event In the bietory of the city.
George M Free! of Portland I« at
Well, when the race to the house fin the White Pelican, and will teach generating Ozy-acetyleno, tlie tanka, the trade In the r clnlty of Bonanza.
A eix-plece orchestra, under the di
ished. Miss Verda is said to have been dancing, including tango, hesitation, drums, etc., for which are already He used a bur« from the Klamath I
According to Information from
4.KELAT KI KAI. 4OMEDY DRAMA rection ot A. Y. Tindall, Is a guaran
winner by the ninth part of a gnat’s <>ne-sted, etc. Mr. Freel's dances are here, waiting to be assembled. They Tables, and »hen he returned, Dr. G.
tee of an excellent musical program, Portland, Frank Cacka, a Malin farm
WILL BE PREHENTED AT HOI H- and a committee has been appointed er. will be tried In the federal court
are also planning on outfitting two C Mitchell alleges, the animal was in
arranged for ballroom dancing.
TON’H OPERA IIOlME MATUR- to H)H»nd tomorrow afternoon in put ,there May 20th. on a charge of using
to cover all Southern Oregon and too hard. Mitchell says Williamson
ting the floor of tbe Houston opera i the malls with Intent to defraud. He
In Australia the average annual
DAN AND MIND"
Tom Moore, W. J. Shaver, F. A.
Northern California, doing repair refused to settle for the damage«.
, bouse In t»erfect condition for danc- entered a plea of not guilty Saturday.
wage is 1435.
Williamson was given hla liberty
Williamson and Joe Starr, all indicted
work right at the mills and farms.
jlnff. Not a detail has lieen neglected
Cacka'a arrest was the result of in
under |25O bonds. He has engaged
by the grand Jury, were arraigned
that could add to the enjoyment of vestigations by secret service men into
At the ago of 30 the female brain i
W H. A. Renner as bls attorney, and
thia morning before Judge Benson.
an attempt to sell to Spokane banks
the so-called Rex and problem playa, -the affair.
will enter n plea tomorrow morning.
Shaver, who was Indicted for larceny begins to lose weight.
promissory notes with the signsture
che&,i vaudeville nnd picture showa,
by bailee, entered a plea ot not guilty,
which have been dished up to the the enjoyable one, the cause is a most I of J. W. Slemema forg«»d thereto.
Teacher* of tango dancing In Swlt-
and the other three took until tomor
ater going public recently, is very | worthy one, and should receive the
»zcrland charge Sto an hour.
row- morning before making plena
Clark & l.aVere are furnishing a
pointedly demouRtrated by the enor l.enrty support of every one having
dean line of pure Irish comedy at
mous business now being done the Welfare of the city at heart.
'.'here Is not an institution In the the Star, besides doing a clever btt of
throughout the country by that mas-1
more deserving than the brigade dancing. Their songs are the belt
torplece of clean fun, ''The Missouri
Girl," which will be seen at Houston's of fire laddies. It la hardly possible hoard here for some time. All thing
that a man can be found who will re- considered, the bill for the tone par'
GOVERNOR, BY I’lUM'LAMATION,
<>p«ra house Saturday and Sunday.
to buy a ticket to the firemen s of the week ts way above the averag<
This great comedy with tho famous
OFFICIALLY HETH THE DAY.
"Zeke and Daisy" (a )»a>lr of comedy
OAKLAND MUI N DM OVEIC FIVE creations whom many contend are
t Is expected that an ordinance
will be presented to tlie city council,
tu accordance with the Instructions to
the city attorney, providing for a do
nation of 1800 or 11,000 to the
Chamber of Commerce. At the last
meeting of the council the members
were apparently favorable loathe pass
age of such an ordinance.
it Is not believed that there la any
thing in the charter that would wnr
rant such an expenditure of the tuon
ey of the city, although a largo num
ber of the taxpayers and citizens feel
very friendly toward the chamber.,
and believe this organisation la en-
titled to support.
Inasmuch as a city election la not
very far off, it would be the wisest
course for the city council to place
this matter on the ballot, and let
all of the voters decide the question.
Then« is no necessity for the mem
bers of the council to take the entire
responsibility of voting these funds
when it Is so easy to And out what
the wishes of the people are In the
Grade Schools Opened
In Nebraska Prison
AT CITY HALL
FOR runnier than "Mutt and Jeff") has
proved to be one of the sensations of
\HOUT FIFTY CliOCKH TO HE
the theatrical season.
Bei-ause of the bigness of the
I 'MED IX SEW BUILDING
It is playing all the larger cities
orange crop of the Golden Slate thia
from coast to coast, also a few of tho
year, California has set aside Satur
smaller cities, nnd is said to hold
(llerultl K|MMl«it Her vice)
write Kpurlng them on to hard study. day as Orange Day, on which day
over 1,000 house records for large"
Most of tlie prisoners are In the <11- «ranges will bo an Important part of | OAKLAND, March 16. Foily-nlne attendance.
vision corresponding to the second every meal in California, and the rall- clocks are being Installed In the now
With Its special scenic equipment
and third grades In the public schools.'roads operating out of thera will 11,000,000 city ball In Oakland, al a «nd high class company of ladles and
total cost of 15,029, or an average of ¡gentlemen, It will "show yon" that:
The work Is not compulsory, and I serve this fruit In the diners.
is done after work hours on three' Tho crop this year amounts to 40,- a little more than fl00 a clock.
' capacity audiences are the rule, that
The most costly of these Is the Ils musical numbers are numerous
days of the week. About a third of 000 car loads. Inasmuch ns thia big
the prisoners requested permission to quantity will necessitate lots of work huge timepiece In the tower, which and commendable, that Its comedy Is |
LONDON, March 16.—Suffragettes
take the work. Their deportment In on the part of local box factories In | will have four dials, illuminated at ¡chock full of roaring laughter and It today burned six passenger coaches
the school room has been good, and ¡order to have th<> fruit properly i night, and visible from all portions of | Is entirely free from that "elap-etlck" and otherwise damaged the railroad
their eagerness to learn gratifying to i packed, the day will be observed by I the bay region. An elaborate clock of I sort which le too often resorted to tn yards nt Kong's Norton, near Bir
quite a number of Klamath Falls bronze, five feet in diameter, will be 1 many so-called comedies.
'placed In the rotunda.
Warden Fenton favors the night people.
Mrs. Pankburst has written to the
sc hool on the ground that It makes
Back From Bonanza.
dean of Westminster Abbey, Inform
for better discipline and deportment
in some parts of Mexico proficiency Visit at lirella.
Circuit Court Clerk George Chas ing him that on next Sunday the suf
at the Institution, ns well as fitting I of the school children Is rewnrded by
County School Huperintendent Fred tain and family returned last night fragettes plan to march to the abbey
the men better to care for themselves If.ivlng them the cigarette smoking ' Peterson and wife visited friends at from Bonanaa, where they went In ito attend services, and asked that a
jprivilege in school.
after they regain their liberty.
i Lorella over Sunday.
their Ford car.
ispecial service be prepared.
WELDING FIRM ID
LINCOLN, Neb., March 16. Cu
der the supervision oi State Superin-
tnedent Delzell, the night school at
the Nebraska penitentiary lias Just
been reorganized, and for the first
time In the history of the Institution
ibe classes today are on a basis simi
lar to those In the graded schools, and
the convict pupils are striving to gain
admission to the grades above them.
There are six grades or divisions,
the last one including those meti
whose former training has fitted them
for high school or college work. The
lowest grade corresponds to the first
grade In the public schools, and those
in it are learning the alphabet, with
the dream of learning to read and
Suffragettes Burn a
Train; Whip a Bobbie
At Glasgow, Scotland, today a suf-
! fragette horsewhipped Dr James De
von, royal police commissioner. The
attack on the commlaaioner was
made as be was entering the Duke
street prison. Devon felled the wo
man to the ground, and placed her
She said the attack was because ot
j the forcible feeding order recently ad-
' vocated by Commissioner Devon.