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About The semi-weekly herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1914-19?? | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1914)
Prominent Prohi Coming
E. W. Chafiin, Presidential Candidate, Here Sunday
EK.HT TO MAKE OREGON DRY
WILL START SUNDAY’, WHEN
THURSDAY, APRIL UH. 1014
THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
MOIE MARINES IRE BEING UNOED
Eugene W. Chatin, candidate for
president of the United States on the
prohibition ticket in 1908 and 1912,
and one of the best known temper
ance advocates in the country, will
spend ten days in Oregon in the inter
ests of the "out-to-win" temperance
campaign now on in this state.
Chafin will open his Oregon engage
ment in Klamath Falls, bolding three
meetings here Sunday. Sunday morn
ing he will bold a meeting at the
Christian church; that afternoon
there will be another lecture at Hous 3
ton's opera house, and Sunday night
Eigene W. Chahn
the closing meeting will also be
While in Oregon Mr. Cbafin will be books on biography. He makes his
the principal speaker at the state pro home at present at Tucson. Arte.
hibition convention, to be held in
He was a prohibition candidate
Portland. Chafin is one of the many from Wisconsin in 1882 and from
speakers of national note being Chicago in 1902; he ran for attorney
brought here by the prohis in their general of Wisconsin in 1886, and
fight to make Oregon dry.
again in 1900. He also ran for attor-
Chafin has been identified with the ne y general of Illinois in 1904. Hte
temperance cause practically all his presidential campaigns were made in
life. He is a lawyer by profession, a 1908 and 1912, and it is quite prob
graduate of the University of Wiscon able that he will be the prohibition
sin, and the author of a number of, choice in 1916.
COAST ARTILLERY Al SAN DIEGO
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rotary Bryan that 1,300 American
refugees are aboard the warships
there. More are expected tomorrow.
lelegranis that the water system was
In danger of an attack.
I nited Press Service
WASHINGTON. D. C.. April 23.—
Admiral Badger telegraphs that the
casualties from yesterday's lighting
were eight killed and one serlouslv
t'uited Press Service
DOUGLAS. Arte., April 23—The ,
British ambassador has ordered all I
British subjects to leave Northern ,
United Preu Ser Tice
LAREDO. Tex., April 23.—Mekican
federal« and natives are evacuating ,
Nuevo loiredo, across the river from !
this place. General Quintania and i
5oo federate have been ordered to go ,
to Saltillo. The commander asked all
citizens to accompany the soldiers.
Fanner Wants to Hear
More ol Market Day
United Press Service
LOS ANGELES. April 23.—Four
of the Seventh Infantry,
GANIZAT1O.N WILL NTART A
California National Guard, are being
Gl NERAL STRIKE IF HOSTILI mobilized today at the armory, fol-
I lowing the receipt of orders from Ad
TIES IRE DECLARE»»^.
What la th« matter with lb» public
jutant General Forbes.
NEW YORK. April 23 That there l ulled Press Service
Why so much talk during the win
will be a general strike of the Indus-
WASHINGTON. D. C-. April 33.— ter about It?
iril Workers of the World it neces-
General Pershing has been placed In
sary to prevent war between the Unlt-
la It because there are too many
command at the Presidio at San Fran
ed States and Mexico and that the
men members of the Chamber
United Mine Workers of America will
He has been instructed to devote of Commerce?
Join It, was declared here today by
his entire time to drilling and train
Or does Judge Worden want to
Wm. D. Haywood, the 1. W. W. leader.
ing his brigade.
"Better be a traitor to your country
build us a brick public market near
than a traitor to your class." be said.
the new court house In (he Hot
"If war seems certain, the Workers
will simply fold their arms, and there
will be no war."
WINS THE PRIZE
U. S. PRAPARING IO FIGHI MEXICO
A public market could be Instituted
wlili noti» or Itili» expense
Atty vacant block would be good
enough to start on. and It would keep
some money tn lli» country, decrease
lite coal for local produce to the con
sumer. and get the farmer some cash
We farmers are past the stage
»here talk or a sob will keep us sat-
laflrd We wnnt action We are pay-
Ing the taxes In this county,
Give uh what we have got to have,
or the election will show our dlssp-
ONE OF MANY.
Midland. April 33.
Portland ........................... 8 18
PARED LUNCHEON IM ENDED
Batterie« Krause and
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TODAY AT IIK.il M HIMII,. A\l> sIsTIRH LEAH. HE Iti (Hit EN Powell, Flehurty and llllss.
people, but cannot temporize with
At Oakland —
TH INI ANTIC, tFTEIl INSPECT San Francisco ............... 4
BEAR WEIGHING .NEARLY 4OV
"I wish to reiterate with the great
POUNDS WAN BUNG HOPED
Oakland............................. 3 11
est earnestness the desire and inten
FOR THE MON IE .MEN W HEN IT
Miss Lucille Waldron Is the proud
I 1ER ING UEOPI.E
tion of America to respect in every
Schmidt, Geyer and Alexander.
possessor of a set of hand painted
way possible the sovereignty and in
At Los Angeles No game; rain
china today, as the result of the win
dependence of the Mexican people."
He said, "the feeling and intention of
The carcass of a bear, weighing
this government is not based upon 325 pounds, is attracting much atten recently Inaugurated by Miss Cap delphia, head of the Order of St.
Francis, and Mother Mary Klilalu of
policy. They go much deeper than tion at Crisler A Stilts Palace market I p>-nter, bead of the department.
Several girls entered the competi Pendleton, bead of the order In Ore
hat. They are based upon genuine this afternoou The animal was
friendship (or the people of Mexico, killed by Douglas Luckett, near tion. which finally thinned down to gon, left.this morning after a visit to
two contestants. In her final luuch- look after their property Interests
and a profound interest in the estab Hound Lake.
lishment of their constitutional sys
Puckett and J. V. McTIrnmonds, a von today Mias Waldron was declared here.
The sisters ate very favorably Im
tem of government. Whatever un well known hunter and guide, were I winner by the judges.
pressed, and upon her return to Phila
delphia, the mother general will take !
will be held steadily in view, and will in wild animal motion pictures, and
up the advisability of erecting a 140,-
be pursued with persistent purpose so one of their bear dogs got too close
»00 hospital on their property In the lU.AMATH INDIAN
far as this government is concerned. to the wild beast. The bear attacked
This would be
TO HE NINETY YEARN OLD.
"But we are dealing with facts the dog, and was tearing it with its
similar to the Pendleton hospital, and
Whenever or wherever the dignity of paws when Puckett shot it to save the
wottl4 contain forty beds.
America is flouted, its international dog.
There Is also a possibility that a
rights or the'Tights of its citizens in
The bear meat is to be placed on
school may be built on the property
vaded where it has a right to exercise sale.
adjoining, which Is owned by the or
It. this government will deal with
ÌHIRTEEN CARLOADS OF HOUSE
A combined age of 140 la represent
der. The Order of St. Francis also
HOLD GOODH ARRIYE THERE.
Illi SOCIALIST candidate : FOR owns farm property close to Klamath ed in a marriage llcenso Issued today
MOST OF THE NEWCOMERS ARE
AT THE OPERA HOUSE. WOMEN
by County Clerk De Lap to two Klam
dealing with General Huerta within
MAYOR TAKI S WIEE TO ARI- Falls.
ath Indians These are Short Bob.
WILL ENTERTAIN AT THE the territory Ee controls. That it«
well known throughout the county,
B iix I ik - hs Looking Up
does not rightfully control does not
Thirteen carloads of household
Roseburg Is suro to have another ■ ik I Mnssn Jim
alter the fact that he DOES control it.
goods, representing the belongings of
prune packing plant erected thia sea
Bob gives his mime nt !>o yearn, and
"These, though, do not lawfully
In the presence of a number ot
fifteen families, have been received at
bride's Is given as 40 years Illa
friends assembled at the new home ot
Bend within the past few weeks.
John Austad, socialist candidate for modern cannery will he built In order junior. This la Ilin second time Bob
will not be the only ones to celebrate rejoice in that fact, because our quar the couple on Fifth and Jefferson
Six cai loads were received in Feb
rel is not with the Mexican people. streets. Rev. J. 8. Stubblefield, at 6:30 mayor, left this morning for Tucson. to be In operation for the season of bus been married, and the third tint»
ruary, and according to present indi "Western Night" on Friday evening
that his wife has been the principal
have no desire to dictate their af Wedn«Hday afternoon, performed the Arlsona, with Mrs. Austad, In the 1915. Roseburg News.
The lady Elks will not be content
cations April will break all records.
hope of relieving her bronchial trou-
nt the nuptial ceremony.
eremony which united Miss Huth L.
The newcomers are all families in io remain at home while their hus
hie, A short time ago she went to
U < od block pnvlng ls used on Ber
Morris and Edmund W. Gowen Jr. In
good circumstances, with complete bands and brothers are out having a
Oceana, Calif , but failed to And re- Un itreets only on thè steeitbsi gradea,
Never before In England have so
the bonds of matrimony. Following
outfits of farming implements and good time, so plans have been made
io» give a batter footing, and on many women offered themselves as
for a "Western Night" by the ladles
Before leaving Mr. Austad made hrldges and thelr approaches to lesdon candidates for town and metropolitan
government, last night, in which he dinner was served.
One farmer brought his own well which will include the wives of the
the following statement to th» voters thè Jar.
I »rough councils.
declared that the Vera Cruz landing
drilling outfit, and among their other
was an invasion, and was an attack held in high esteem in Klamatb Falls, of Klamath Falls:
possessions is some of the best stock
"Am accompanying my wife to
which would involve all of Mexico in and they are <*spe«lally popular with
seen In Central Oregon.
The Elks club rooms and lodge hall
Arizona, where she hopes to find re
war against the United States.
the young people. The bride came
lias been turned over for the exclusive
lief from bronchial trouble I shall
here from Ashland two years ago. and return as soon aS possible. If elected
use of the ladies on Friday evening.
until her marriage was connected
To sell our hardy Pacific Coast grown •Msny novel stunts are being planned,
were tile pride even of the heathen
ale devoted to m'sing young trees of with local law offices as stenographer. to the office of mayor of Klamath
nursery stock; full line; cash paid ’«nd It Is expected that the entertain
Romans, and Pompeii was rich
peculiar shape for umbrella bandies. She became a favorite from ber ad Falls, I shall certainly be here at the
Pacific Nursery Co., 307
proper time to qualify for that office."
In Hi« most exquisite art of the
Stock Exchange Bldg., Portland Ore
Every lady of the lodge Is expected
mural decorator. Our well papers
A novelty in the cooking utensil
The new benedict is a Klamatb
If milk be used to soften shoe pol
to be present, as the affair Is for all l.ne is a mo tai frame to be filled with
me rich In the beautiful colors and
county product, and he has resided
ish It will Improve the gloss.
lady relatives of members and vlves paper, which Is thrown away after
effects, In dainty patterns and
here practically all of his life. He Is
ct invited guests. Each lady attend using.
figures, nt a reasonolile price, and
Roan horse, weight 900, 4-year-old, ing is supposed to bring her lunch.
Italy will add about 180 aeroplanes
are hung in th« beat style of the
branded "7" on left shoulder; strayed
art. Our stock of line picture
Dowager Queen Alexandra of Eng rin. For several years he has been to Its army equipment this year.
from Merrill Friday evening, with
Final official figures of the geolog land discards two pairs of gloves daily connected with Van Riper Brothers’
mouldings nr« ornut« in decora-
saddle and bridle on. Notify Nathan jca| survey show that more than 92,-
during the year. She spends (30,000 grocery. He is prominent in local cir
tIons iiik I beautiful In effect.
Three hours of human labor were
14* .000,000 barrels ot Portland cement t year in Paris for dresses and jewels. cles, and has a wide circle of friends required to produce a bushel of whent
I were produced in the United States
who wish he and his bride happiness In 1830; now it requires ten minuter.
Apparatus for projecting a series of Inst year.
Rpssla last year sent 65,53« Jews and prosperity.
Illuminated displays on a screen sue-I
to New York,
British war vessels annually con
pended from a balloon or kites is an
Toronto, Panada, has a housewives
The normal head contains about sume 3,000,000 tons of coal and 200,-
F. R. OLDS & CO
advertising novelty for use at nlgbt.
Today's news in The Herald.
000 tons of fuel oil.
< (INTENT FOR THE BENT PRE-
SHORT BOB TAKES