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County Registration Books Close April 30,
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KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1914
Huerta Will Agree to Mediation
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Anti-American Sentiment Wanes in Mexico
NORTH; TROOPS AT VERA CRUZ
PRESIDENT GETS U. S. POPULATION
Marine Band Rendered Sunday Concert in
FIRST Of JULY
IS HOPEFUL Of
lllltl III x» to
xd iui . iivi ;
I Si IM VI I I»
la the fatherland, and America Is
7M3.2HW PH »Pl.t
Hl Ilin SAID TO BE IX RECEP-
righting all of Mexico
DANGER OF AMEltlt AXS IX Till
The United States Is NUT lighting
CAPITAI. Is \ Ein Ml < II
Mexico and the Mexicans, but Is fight < liuirilinu of (lie I oiigrc«»loiu>l Prolw At i <»< ding io llie System of < aJiulat-
ing Huerta Huerta and his follow
(oni m litre I« Meat Io A«k H im k<*-
Whither the lulled States Army In
ers seized our government by a foul
murder, and they do not represent
feller to I ml the Strike Before
vaden Mexico or tlie Marine» and
Merchaul» at Tampini Arc Reported Mexico"
•Xo-j in luaM Fout Irani. mid L<~>
I in Ir Sam'» Troo|»> Are Dl»pal< lied
Bliiejut keto Ire Withdrawn De-
It 1» reported that the merchants of.
to Have Urged Admiral I li-tilier
to Bring Alioui Peace in Troubled
toglie» I» AI hiu I 10.0011 Behind II.
pends Upon the Happening» of the
Tampico urged Admiral Fletcher to
laud tbe American marines there,
Hours <'lai tn
Portland (.<«-» Over Quarter Million
tearing that otherwise the rebels
tile Itrlwla Mlglil Ollirrolar Aitarli
might sack the city.
and Mack the < Uy—4 unaton'« lltlg-
Communication with Mexico City l'nited Piata Servire
I Herald special .Se rvice)
has been restored Auothei train of
adr May Relieve the Marine«
p C., April 27.
tilled I'reaa Service
WASHINGTON, D. C., April 27 -
nfugees will reach here tomorrow.
Pi evident W i I buii till» morning »ent Tin- I'nlti-d States Is now a country of
CougreMkuian Foster, chairman of the
li i» intinmtod from two sources late
liy W. G. SHEPHERD
NUGAI.EH. April 27
A message eongreaaloual committee Investlgatliig 1 ob.ooo.uuo people, according to the
ihia afternoon that Huerta has agreed
I Mexico Correspondent United l*r»s»i received from Em Palme, over the the Colorado »trike to New York to bulletin containing the estimates of
Io accept the mediation plan given by
population for the year« subsequent
VERA CRUZ, Tprll 27.— Reports
■te John D. Rockefeller, and demand to the thirteenth census, soon to be
Secretary Bryan, according to the dic
from Mexico City and elsewhere Indi took possession of (luayamaa, on tbe directly that he end the »trike Imme publl»bed by Director
tator'» own admiawlon.
cate the conditions In tbe country are
Bryan would not divulge Illa source
Improving, and that the danger of »hot
Foster »•« Instructed to tell Rocke department of commerce It was pre-
of information, although lie Indicated
Americana belug attacked and mur-
VERA t'Rl'Z. Apprtl 37—Briga feller, a» the man controlling the Col- pared under the supervision of C
that the Spanish atubaaeador was one.
dered has abated greatly.
dier General Funston's Fifth brigade otado Fuel and Iron company, that if Sloane, geographer.
According to refugees, opposition arrived In transports last night Just Rockefeller will end the strike no
Unlted Press Service
A- silted, tbe estimated pouplatlon
as preparations were finished to land, action will be taken, but that If bo de of the Culled States for July 1. 1914.
to Huerta Is rapidly developing
WASHINGTON, D. C-, April 277 —
Hundreds In tbe capital are secretly some hitch occurred. and the troupe clined to. the regular army would be will be 109,021,992. The population
Practically all the Latin American
oppoelug him. Thn following circular are still aboard
»etit there with Instruction« to pre of the Vnlted States and its posses I nited Press Service
Americans, and the band play nations have united to force an agree
It Is believed that the bluejackets serve peace and order
1» being sent all over Mexico:
sions In 1910 was 101.749,269; so
ed “Get Out and Get Vnder."
ment for the restoration of order tn
"Don't let Huerta fool you. He Is and marines will be withdrawn and
there will have been an estimated h cat Ion of this city is now complete.
The main work for tbe Americans Mexico.
encouraging mob outrages, and he the army placed In charge of land . Lulled Preet Service
gaiu of over 7,000,000 persona In a
t. i> :» administrative. Extreme tueas-
According to officials, the neat
hopes to bring all the Mexicans under operations, The marine outpost ex
Mexican» crowded the city's cafev
NEW YORK, Aprtl 27,—Congress little more than four years. Tbe cor-
ur-•- are being taken to make the city forty-eight hours will determine
his banner by making them believe he tends several mils«
man Foeter was unable to see Rocke tespouding estimated population of last iflght, a chatting, laughing throng in a sanitary condition.
whether the army will invade Mexico
feller In person, but talked with hi» continental Vnlted States for July 1, while the American Marine band play
The peons find the Americans a or the marines and troops will be re
1914. Is 98,781,324, as compared with ed concerts in the plaza in the after «.urce of wonder. Accustomed to ill called.
“Nothing was accomplplshed," be the population of 91,972,266, as re noon and evening These vnere attend treatment and abuse, they cannot un
President Wilson and Secretary
said. *'l am not sure whether I will turned by enumerators April 15, ed by enthusiastic audiences.
derstand bow the Americans can shoot Bryan are hopeful that Huerta's ac-
return, There Is uothlug of immedl- 1910 This bulletin also presents the
While tbe Mexican refugees lu=t and kill one day. and feed and care
ate promise In the air, and that la estimates of population In 1910, 1911, night awaited trains, they were fed tor tb»ir enemies the next.
(Continued on nage 4)
about all I have to sa.v now.*'
1912, 1913 and 1914, for the states
Foster Indicated that he would re and territories, and tor cities which arithmetical method was adopted for
turn to Washington for further In had 8,0(10 or more inhabitants In computing tb>se estimate». It Is tbe
simplest, and it has been shown by
All efforts to get a statement from
Estimates of population are requir ezperience to come nearer in accuracy
Rockefeller felled. It la understood ed primarily for use iu the census bu in the majority of cases than any oth
that the son listened to Foster's de reau In calculating death rates and
er formula. It rests ou the assump-
Two bullet holes In oue of George | the doctor, both armed, commanded mands, but refused to make any con per capita averages for years other
than the census year. Tbe so-called
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Blehn's rent cars, one through the hint to stop. The woman dropped ou cession.
lift rear door and the other through the floor of the car while the men
thr glans wind shield, bear evidence or parleyed aud was out of sight.
While Sanderson was trying to de
a lively few minute» for 1-awreuce
Sanderson, driver of tbe car. Ths cide from whom to take orders the
shooting occurred nt Dorris, about li constablo came up near the car. Just
- Lying unconscious in an open tire ■ hope of relievlngg her terrible suffer
in lime to jerk up Itudlclal's arm as
o'clock Saturday night.
he fired. The bullet smashed through
for fifteen minutes or longer, ings. but ten minutes after she reach-
At 6:30 Saturday evening Georgu
the wind shield near Sanderson's
while the Cre burned every portion 1 ed here a merciful Providence placed
Rudlclal, whose home la In Kinmath
her beyond all bodily suffering.
heud. Tbe constable drugged Rutil
Fulk, and a woman appealed al the
her body above her knees, Mrs. Clara
Before she left Poe Valley Mrs
imi out of the car, und »tinted to-ilie
Ford garage to hire a car und driver
M. vie, a pioneer resident of Klamath Mocre regained consciousness. She
lockup with him, deputizing Sander
for u trip to Dorris. The woman,
county, received injuries Saturday st <ted that she was undressing In the
son to help. '1 lie doctor st lyed neat
who Is bellevid to be A. E. Haibeujh,
the car, looklug for the woman
that resulted In her death that warm glow of tbe fire, and that a gar
a teacher of the Klamath Hot Spring«
ment dropped Into the Are, igniting
Ay Siindctson and the constable
school, said she had a little nutter of
Becoming frightened, she says, she
< u.e in sight of the cur after taking
buslncna to attend to In Dorris that
The l.oirlble tragedy occurred ul, fainted, and knew no more.
Rudlclal to the “jug.“ they saw tu
would ptobably take her twenty min
the woiuau's ranch iu Poe Valley late
That she at once tell headllng Into
woman | cep up over the car door. At
Saturday afternoon. AU of the details the blazing hearth Is shown by a bad
< ,e Mime mutuili they saw the doctor
On accouut of tlio bridge conditions . ..i i 1.14 gun and fire.
v. Ill never be known, as the woman gash on her head, where she atruck
nt Keno, the party had to go by way
A -Iie.im told Ihnt the bullet hud
was alone for twenty-five minutes be- the tireplace during her fall. The
of Spencer Creek, and did not reach la.ih, a iu.uk. wlilch, on investigation
steels of her corset were found in tbe
foie she was discovered In ti e terrible
Dorris till after lb o'clock ut night. ,
fire, which proved that she was nut
i to In 'Inoligli both leg i of the
The couple got out of the cir Ju»t woman below the knee.
predicament by the hired man
entirely undressed, and that her cloth
before entering Dorris, and uri tinged
When tescued Mrs. Moore was ing wns burned from her body
The woiiuui Was (liken to n house
with Sanderson to meet them nt the mi her wounds treated.
lying In the rite, her body furnishing
Mrs Moore was a uatlve of Ohio,
outsktlta of the city within half an
fuel for the flames. All of the cloth- and was born In 1846 In 1886 .the
\» i.cn exam.lied the woman was
Ing had bcen burned from her body, Moores came to Klamath county, and
found to be armed with u daw ham
and her lislr and head were all burn- (bey settled on tbe ground now occu
During the wait Manderson went nier and a gun.
Into town and was warming himself
ed. A shoulder aud artn that were pied by Hot Springs addition to Klam-
What business tlm woman hud with
ut a stove In one of the saloons when the doctor, or why the doctor was ao
touching an andiron wore burned nth Falls, clearing and tilling It for
crisp clear to the bone.
Dr. Safety, a Dorris physician, came anxious to prevent them returning
soveral years, before moving to Poe
In and asked him If he was not the to Klamath Falls, remains n mystery.
After rescuing the woman from the Valley.
tire, the ranch hand ran the half mile
In addition to Elmer and Ellsworth
fellow who drove a man and a woman n1(> doctor 1» repotted as having »Hid
over from Klamath Falls. The doctor the wom.in hud been black mailing
that separates her home from that of Moore, twin brothers, who resided
Ellsworth and Elmer Moore, her sons, near their mother, Mrs. Moore la sur
seemed excited, and hurried out.
and called them. After thia a sum vived by tbe followlngg children.
The doctor went to Vreka Sunday
Later, just as Sunderson and Ills
mons was sent here for her daughter, George Moore of Moulton. Wash.;
passengers were starting on their re looming and gave himself up to the
According to udvices from Washington, tho Texas, the largest warship in the United States navy, is uow Mrs. J. B. Casey, and Drs. Hamilton Mrs. J. B. Casey of Klamath Falls;
turn trip, Dr. Safely and the town - sheriff,
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Charles Moore of Lake county and
constable approached In n machine and returned to Dorris Sunday night, under full steam, going toward the Gulf of Mexico, to join the other sbRsof the Atlantic fleet, assembled there and Morrow.
Following,their arrival at Poe Val Grover Moore of Chico.
lludlelal pulled a gun and ordered Rudlclal Is held In the Dorris lockup under Admiral Badger. The Texas, when the other ships were ordered south, was undergoing repairs at tbe
The funeral arrangements have not
ball, . which,
to date, baa not Brooklyn navy yard. These were completed Sunday, and the ship Immediately started south w heu It left the ley the woman, suffering Intensely,
Sandarson to go ahead at full speed. pondlug
.was brought to Klamath Falla, in the,been made as yet.
At the same time the constable and been forthcoming.
A Mysterious Shooting
Woman Burned to Death
Woman Is Wounded, and Man Is in Jail at Dorris
Mrs. Clara Moore Falls Fainting Into Fireplace
Biggest Ship in the Navy Sails Southward