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KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1914
LIABLE TO LOSE
Murderer of 13-Year-0ld Girl
Loses Appeal to Supreme Court
TWO BIG MILLS J. W. HAWXHl liiûï
10 START WORK GOL TOR 0 ÌLICE
I U.K!» ANNOUNCEMENT OF CAN-
MI X» I
«.<'»! A COMPAÑA
BEACHES EVERYONE ♦
IV KI. AM ATI! COUNTY ♦
DID.H I Kilt sill RII i NOMINA-
TIOV AT HA M» h OI III
—R.AXISBA >» OIT II
ARRANG ING FOR
“ AIDING KLÀMAÎH
Henry Siegel, Big
.«»TATI. LL.ALE1C HERE I Olt A CON
A<<<idiiig to Harry Miller, who is
Still more "
In allied into
Brad of Iho Gmgun High H< I km .I De-
h< r« from Algoma attending to busl-l the race for sh<i iff of Klar ith county
Office of .»fax McCall »»ill Be at the
ii « m > 1'iatlera. the Algoma Lumber; thia afternoon, t hen J W Hawxhurst
I mi II iik league Takes a Hand In
Headquarters of the Reclamation
< «inpuiiy's big mill will start April filed his annon icement « candidacy.
< otilruver»,— A» a Result, »larali-
.1 big fore« of men are now -it Hawxburst is unning f< the demo-
Service—State Leader, McCall and
v. -rk ..lilting th'- mill in shape for .1 rille nominat on. and this makes the
Held Tenui I» III IlniiK*'*' “I Belli«
Project Manager Are Going Over
busy ,«ason The company's logging no . nation at the hand - of the Jack
I IliiilUHttHl by a I orfeilure l«> lit«
Klamath Project Today, Study
«amp No. 2 la
Is now hard at work ,. .sunlau
sunlau i.auereuu als« a matter of
LI kiiim II i < ounly Ululi M hied
Forty five met, ate employed In cut-¡lon’cst, for B ot Geoige Bishop is
ing < dnditiona.
also out for uomina'ion by the demo-
Monday the Pelican Uay Lumber !<rats.
E. Fauglii, Prilli l|«l Klainulli
Professor H. T. French, state lead
company will start to work on u sea
/ uother entrant has ep cared for
l'ouuty lligti Mi I kmi I, Klmiiatli
er of the department of farm uemon-
son'a cut that will amount to about lit.« republican nomination in the
tration and heio work, arrived iu
In o der to get out I'li «v ul Carey M. Ramsby. Ramsby
Ani »irltiK prln< l|ml .MaradilleM
Klamath Falls last night to confer
this amount of lumber, night and day nas been considering this for two
Ululi Hi I iimi I tu bave licitatili« team In
with Max A. McCall, county agricul
crews will be u$ed. and the mill will weeks, and last night he wired from
Klanuitli lalls »tulliIn> night, or inr-
tural agent, regarding the work to be
turn out about 150.000 feet a day.
Portland that his hat is to be cast.
Irli i lluni e tu i <nn|u-le furtlii r.
ferried on in this county by the de
The logging camps will be started
In addition to Ramsby, Sheriff C. C.
partment. Said Professor French:
next week. According to Manager H. Low, former Sheriff William B.
stale « halrnian Delaating < uiiiniltl>-<-.
««.my Siegel, whose large depart-
“My work is to keep the connecting
D. Mortenson, thia will be one of the Barnes and Oscar L. Carter are work
best years for lumbermen, due large- 1 Ing for the republican nomination, .rn'ut stores in New York failed some lines between the different county ag-
The above l.l.-gtnui received by
ly to the Increased demand for boxes All of these are strong members of weeks ago, has been indicted with his ricultural agents and the state de
Principal Faught at 2 o'clock today
in California and the larger volume of the party, and have large personal .partner, Frank E. Vogel, by the grand partment in good working order. In
ends th« speculation as to the date of
Eat Bern business.
follow ings, so the fight is a warm one. jury of New York county. The charge this county, Mr. McCall will be the
debate between the Marshfield high
age.fast them was larceny, the mak- tiansformer, receiving the full volt
»chool team and the team from the
.Ing of false statements regarding age of knowledge and information
Kin mat h County High.
their stores, and the acceptance of that can be supplied by the state force
Leo M Frank, accused of murder- .Uy. and nevet sleeps fewer than ten
The pmil|H>n«ment of the debate be
! deposits when the bank connected and distributing this knowledge and
tween thenc two tenuis would work lug Mary Phngun. a 13 year-old cm- hours ,i night.
with the stores was in a dangerous information in kind and quantity
The < ase, according to the view of
a hardship on th« local team, for the ployer of the National Pencil factory
¡coidition. In connection with their needful to the individual farmer,
reason that should Klamath win, thia nt Atlanta, lis , of which lie was the Hie convlrted man. bangs on two
New York stores they maintained a Back of him will ue the Oregon Agrl-
team must change widen of the quew- superintendent, has lost bln appeal to 1 tIOtofc found near the murdered girl's
private bank, which did a large busi- cultural College, the department of
tion in the filial debate, while Marsh the supreme court of the slate for a body, and couched in language to
i ness. Money was borrowed from the agriculture and their many co-opera
field. In the event they won. would new trial, A strenuous cumpalgn to make It seem they were written by
' bank and used in the department tive agencies, ready and willing at all
present the same side of the question nave him is being made, and dally I her Jim Conley, the negro sweeper
¡store business. Since the failure an times to furnish everything from pub
In the finals, therefore, It looks as there nr« announcements of the dis- I Of the factory, says Frank dictated I AB'IR I K |S IIEM I Ell FROM THE ILLUSTRATED TALK ON “CRATER army- of lawyers and Investigators lications and advice to seeds, plants
th« not«- to him. and be swore to this
though Marshfield wanted to put off covery of new evidence
DEBRIS KESI I.TING FROM COL-
have been trying to straighten out the and expert specialists.
lie »«« convicted of the murder nt the trial Frank, on the other hand,
the debate here »« long as poaaible.
(matter. Depositors of New York city.
“If any situation ffonfronts Mr-
TO THE PUBLIC—WILL GO TO
In one of them the
thus shortening the time of prepara April ¡¡’¡th. last year, nnd sentenced accused Conley
whose money is tied up. have become McCall on which he would like ad-
I. Y AFTERWARD
tion for the Klamath team, should to be hanged. The photograph here word "nightwitch.” a common negro
bois'erous. Twice a crowd of them vice, he has ready recourse to the
la the first on« for which he has posed expression, was used, and counsel for
,has been forcibly ejected from the agricultural department and the Ore-
Evidently Chairman Prescott caught since lila arrest It shows him In good Frank Insist that never -aving heard
federal building, to which they had gon Agricultural College for full in
Superintendent Will G. Steel of gone for redress. Some of them went
on to the scheme, as he has made health. Hr has, in fact, gnlued weight the expression lie could not have dic ( nlted Press Service
formation and instruction covering
Monday night the date for debate since lie lias been In Jail Ilia keepers tated the notes. They say this is J ST LOUIS, March 19.—Buried Crater Lake National Park will arrive so far as to make a threat they would every specific phase of farming and its
way that lie «ata regularly nnd heart- proof they were written by a negro.
alive thirty-seven hours under the . this evening from Portland, and to lav siege to one of Siegel's stores yet tributary industries.”
, ruins of the collapsed wall of the morrow night will give a lecture on ¡open, and take sufficient goods from
The county agricultural agent will
t-urned Missouri Athletic Club build Crater Lake at Houston's opera the counters to cover their deposits.
have his office in the same building
ing. G. Burke, a laborer, was res
with the reclamation service, conven
cued this morning
This lecture ^is illustrated with a
ient for the water users visiting pro
For God's sake give me something large uuyiber of lantern slides, arid
to drink,” he gasped. Following that as Mr. Steel has an intimate acquain
This afternoon Mr. French, Mr.
statement, the man raved and lost his tance with the Klamath wonderland,
McCall and Project Manager Camp
reason, insisting that he had been acquired through a number of sum
are making a trip over the reclama
¡burled for weeks.
mers spent there, he speaks with au
Two hours after be was taken to thority. The lecture is free to the
Mr. French has been connected
the hospital he died, without recov public, the expenses being borne by
: with this kind of work for many
l> I I XV IS T AKEN Ml AITIVI. Till IX h TI AD 111 BOI.DIXG AVVIAI. ering from the mental condition the Klamath Chamber of Commerce.
years, taking a vacation now and then
PREMI VI I IV Till INLANDS IS
I AAOR A brought about by his terrible experi
V It It I V Al. OF ADDITION Al. I I IL
While in Klamath Falls, Mr. Steel TRIP IS TO BE »LADE IN HOPES in the way of publishing farm and
THE 111 ISOA Iitit THIS MAT-
will be the guest of Park Ranger H.
stock journals. He is now the editor
BAstBAl.l. Tol l! OF I BI EN. I
OF BE.NEFITTING THE HEALTH
E. Mornyer. Steel plans to go to Med
of one of the biggest publications of
TIBE COI N TA
OF THE FUTURE RULER OF the kind in the West, published at
lord via Crater Lake, and he and Mr.
Mornyer will leave Monday, taking
United Press Service
the train to Chiloquin and snowshoes
He has also just completed the first
The reception to be given the pub
All important meeting of the stu
from the Fort to the lake.
official history of Idaho, which was
WAHHNIOTON. D. C.. March 1».— lic at the new I .ad les Rest Room by dents and faculty la scheduled for this
passed upon and accepted by a com-
The department of agriculture today the Women's Civic League, which was afternoon iu Instructor Hawley's
! United Press Service
considered the question of establish scheduled for next Saturday, has been room, nt which time the question of
LONDON. March 19.—The ciare- mittee composed of Judge Alfred
ing a plant quarantine against Hawa postponed for one week on account of having the high school enter the track
vltch is expected to make a visit to Budge, ex-Governor Hawley and the
iian fruits and vegetable«
Hie noli urrlial of certalu piece« of and field meet elli be positively set-
England this summer, according to a president of the University of Idaho.
The bearing today was given be- fruulture
despatch today from St. Petersburg, This history is a volume of more than
cause of the presence of the Medlter-
The reception. which Is to be an
i under the care of his grand-aunt, the 300,000 words.
The feeling among the students' AA A h SFATEVI ED TO DEATH FOR
Mr. French was in the agricultural
laneaii fruit fiy In Hawaii.
elaborate affair, will be held ou the favor dropping the meet, and devot
tfueen Mother Alexandra.
P AltTKTP ATIOV IV THE HANOI
department of Oregon fifteen years
This Insect damage« cltrua fruit. _>SIh ,,f t|llM month, nnd th« public ing every energy to developing a
He will probably spend several
AA HERE SEVERAL
ago, but his work was not of a nature
peachea. bciitiH, tomato««. greeu pep will be cordially welcomed.
ning baseball team for the liigii
i weeks at Eastbourne, or some neigh
to permit bls traveling over the state
pers uud other fruits nnd vegetables
The completion of the Rest Room school.
OFFICERS AA ERE KILLED
boring resort on the south coast,
i thing that has long been his de
Ims had an Influence for good on Sec
WILL ■ where the climate is supposed to be
They claim it will be better to have
sire. In fact, it was this feature of
Mi«. AAiHxInrd Recovers.
retary Wylde of the Chamber of Com :i tlrsl class baseball team than to di
OPEN AX ENGAGEMENT MON- particularly good for the complaint the work that caused him to accept
Mrs. Tom Woodard, who was oper merce, through whose rooms the vide tlic time between practicing base United Press Service
from which he is suffering.
his present position.
DAY. PRESENTING A NEW LIVE
ated upon for appendicitis a week ladles pesa In reaching the rest rooms. ball and training for the meet, which |
PARIS, March 19.—Prince Cuong
He will be accompanied by a small
ugo, lias made a rapid and complete Every morning the gallant secretary might possibly result in n less effi De. pretender to the throne of An
OF STANDARD PLAYS
army of Russian secret service guards
Van Riper’s grocery Is taking on a
ierevery. Hho has just been taken to cleans and dusts the Chamber of Com cient ball team, nnd. on account of na m. French Indo China, now believ
brighter appearance this week, as
lier home from the Blackburn hos merce rooms so they will be in accord lack of proper place Io train, would ed to be hiding in Germany, today
Louisville women have organized painters and kalsomlners are busily
with the elegance of tile Hint Rooms. surely not produce n track team of a WM" cx|>ected to start formal proceed- ' The Clarnau W estern Amusement
an association for sensible dress engaged in putting a coat of white on
calibre to break many records.
•»>»* fo'' “ pardon fa France. He has company will open at Houstou's opera among girls.
^he walls, celling and fixtures.
Mr. Hawley promises games of b«ll,b’'’‘n sentenced to death by the French house on Monday evening for one
with the Agency school team, the Fort I »ufhorUies for bls part In the Hanoi week. This is claimed to be one of
Klamath school team, Ilia Merrill ¡otitrages, where several French offi the best repertoire companies on teh
high school team and the team from e* rs "ere killed in July. 1913.
coast, and comes here from a year's
tour of the state of California.
the Bonnnza high school.
Tjhe Klamath high has plenty of J U xiht I m DI m - ium Drainage Problems
It will be remembered by the peo
good material for a good team, and ! United Press Service
ple of Klamath Falls that the Claman
the nine will be picked from the fol-
MADISON. AVIs.. March 19.—Roads players were fa this city for one week
lowing: Pell catcher, Orem, Roller,'and pavements, Bewerage and drain- 'last year, and played to packed houses
i. Garrett and Hilton pitchers; Hum.;.me. hydraulic engineering, architec- ■ every night during their visit. There
llalncs or McClure, first base; R- ture, public utilities, mechanical en- [are eight people in the cast, and they
i! irrett, second base; Montgomery, gineerlng. electrical engineering and ¡ire all high class players.
third base; Noel, shortstop; Gillette, mining engineering problems were
The regular price of admission will
Motschenbacher. Unkenbach, Clvde discussed here today when the Engin lie 50 cents, but most of the leading
Committees are to be appointed lie secured for the entertainment and and Wade Short, outfield.
eering Society of Wisconsin opened its stores of the city have arranged to
mid plans made nt the meeting of the Houston's opera house Is being con
annual convention here, Practical ex give merchants tickets with pur
Tomorrow evening City School I’levna to give lectures. Groesbeck’s
Idka Lodge tonight for the annual sidered. but the matter will be left to Mmltli Go Home.
perts front all over Wisconsin and chases, which will entitle the holder
R. H. Dunbar goes to theme is “Good Government and the
Western Night, which will be held In the committee to be named tonight.
Mr. nnd Mrs Richard S Smith left from a score of states of the Union I to a seat for 25 cents. In addition,
he will address the C]_tlzcn ” Mr.
Mr- ?«<®>son speaks on
April, after the Installation of the new
Another matter thnt Is being con Ibis morning for their homo In Eu were present and delivered speeches. 100 free admissions Is given each
sidered by the Elks Is the organlza- gene
Mr. Smith arrived Tuesday
These lectures, prepared and de
The 1913 Western Night was such ilon of .in Elks band.
«veiling from California to Join his
In the last year 13.214.316 letters
Canal ' This lecture is a part of the j1Vered' by"iOcal' men o’f‘affa“.“ ars
n grand aucceas that every member of
It is believed that a band of twenty wife, who lias boon visiting friends arrived at the dead letter office in I li-cii Man Coinmitteil.
free lecture course provided for the given the people of the different
the lodge hns at least one particular pieces cun be euslly serured from tlie nnd relatives for several days
Washington, and of these 6,440,»44
Thoma« L. Fenlon, aged HV. has various school districts, and Mr. Dun school districts at no cost whatever,
friend for whom ho wnntB a card for Judge, ns already Its membership In
«ere returned to the senders.
! been committed to the insane asylum. bar’s number is in demand.
even the transportation costs being
I his year's affair, anil ns each of these cludes eleven musicians, who have
Mortality uniong widows Is much
| A hearing was held at Merrill Wed
On the evening following. Rollo C. arranged for otherwise. This Is the
friends la anxious to attend, it Is proh- ¡played In the local city band and greater than among married women
Coal is by far the most Important nesday. Complaint was made by Fen- Groesbeck and County School Super
second year of such a course, and «bo
sble that larger quarters will havo tn | orchoatrna.
; of the same age.
mineral product of India.
i Ion's relatives.
intendent Fred Peterson will go to ‘institution is increasing in popularity.
LIVES 3Ï HOURS STEEL LECTURES
BALL OR TRACK?
ARE COMING BACK
Free Lecture Course
Elks Are Also Considering Organization of Band