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• SOUTHERN OREGON «
♦ KKACHM EVERYONE •
♦ IN KLAMATH COUNTY ♦
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY. MAY 4, 1914
SHIPS’ DECKS CLEARED FOR ACTION
Mediators Will Quit If Mexicans Don’t Cease Action
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IF MAAS MAKES
Souf/i American Presidents Who
FURTHER ATTACK, AS POLICE HEAD
fflisA to Settle the Mexican Trouble VOTE Will CO IN RELANDEO WITHIN
ÏHE BOXES TODAY AN HOUR’S TINE
«EDIAÎORS QUII AFTER ASSAULT
THF MAYOR AtTFPTw HI* REUIG
MI CH INTERKM TAKEN’ IN THE MEXICANS ARE GUARDING MAIN
Citarle* Martin, a Logger, Is Badly
Can*liliales an<J Friends Are Busily General Opinion Is Thai Huerta Is
Engaged In Showing the Voters
Working Desperately to Draw the
1' satén by Head of Police Depart-
Wingate Today—Fear Is Esprraae<l
Rojas — American
Participation in Mediat luu Depends
II'eut lu Frvut of Malu Ntrret Na-
When the Various Polling Piare*
l<ua -taluni*) aC MftDBght— i* *
Americans to an Attack Upon Mex.
Are Located—Morning and A fter-
lltwull of Till* Affair, the tide I*
¡co City, to Save Him From Fulling
noon Saw Many Women at the Polls
Into the Hands of the Rebel Forces
Io < a*n Ballot*.
Joseph Smith is no longer chief of
Hi* resignation was read
from th* st ig* of the Star theater
last night. The resignation ha* been
accepted by Mayor T. F Nicholas, but
no auccoeaor baa beeu named.
The mayor, In conversation with a
Herald representative this morning
intimated that no successor would be
named at thia time.
"I don't bslleve 1 want to talk to
you, though,” he said, and at once
United Press Service
changed ths subject to a recital of a
WASHINGTON, D C. May 4.
series of wrong* that tbs Herald, its
RAMON BARROS LUCO
ROQUE BANZ PENA
HERMEN l»A FONSECA.
Il's up to Huerta. If General Maas .dltor and nows editor hav* commit-
of Argentina Republic
continues to put his troop* In action. |t«d against the city's executive, stat-
mediation effort* will end.
ing that he could not feel assured of a
•"lhif- policy does not change our
"Astounding is the mildest word I
These are the presidents of the
President Wilson and bls advisors * fa|r doa||n the manner the story
threw most powerful countries of policy of aggression In the slightest. . can think of to express my opinion of
think the Vera Crus demonstration might be written up.
1 If Huerta, realising that he is facing ; the president's action In agreeing to
South America, who, through their
Haturday waa a bluff, but they are
defeat, wants to accept this offer, it : permit Chill, Argentina and Brasil to
The cause of the resignation of
ready for trouble.
Smith was his assault upon Charles ministers and ambassadors at Wash will be glad news to us. But if the i arbitrate our differences with Mexico.
The mediation committee waa told Martin, a logger, In front of the Mo ington have offered to mediate be report* of Americans held as hostages I . How can the United States arbitrate
tta! American participation In this Donald A- Hunsaker saloon, Just be- tween the United States and Mexico. arc true, then the situation has i with a bandit whom we do not recog
plan depends updn the freedom of fora the closing hour Saturday night The offer was tentatively accepted by chi nged, and w« are bound by only nise to be anything more or less than
American troops and cltlsena from at- \ large crowd of men saw the assault, the president through Secretary of the spirit of our acceptance.
But a murderer? How can those three
and a trail of blood from tbs scene of Slate Bryan. The acceptance brought Hu rta and all be represents must go, nations use their influence between a
the combat to the postofflee shows forth many different views tn Wash and the Mexican people must come government and something which that
United Free* Service
that Martin was bleeding profusely.
government does not recognise as any
ington. Representative Flood, demo Into their own."
MEXICO CITY. May 4.—Four hun
Just what caused the trouble Is not crat, chairman of the foreign affairs
But Senator Bristow, republican thing but an individual? It is the
dred refugees leave today for Puerto, definitely known, as there are several committee of the bouse, bad this to and near progressive, of Kansas, had most absurd, the most Impossible situ
Mexico. Admiral Badger has sent a stories In circulation. The two men •ay:
ation that I ever heard of."
*hlp there to take them aboard.
cams from the saloon together, and
Reports that Huerta's health is when they reached the sidewalk the
breaking la untrue.
He la active, officer struck Martin several severe
alert, and In the closest touch with blows, knocking him down before Pa
affair*. though he has not changed trolman Wilson and others separated
Illa official* are reticent regarding
Several state that Smith waa drink
mediation. Huerta and the Brasilian ing Saturday night. One member of
minister met casually Sunday, and the council states that earlier In the
Huerta aaaured him that ha would. evening the chief extended him an
Invitation to have a drink with him,
JACK ODNNOLY RETURNS FROM El.DER HAItl.AN UNANIMOUSLY EDUCATIONAL FILM COMPANY’S
which he refused.
(Continued on pago 4»
United Pres* Servie*
WASHINGTON, D. C.. May 4 —
Tbe media toes Uxlay cost f erred with
Secretary Bryan. Who announced liiat
Asssertra's delrgaikm to lite mediation
meeting has not been chose*.
The mediator* officially contli-nw-d
the refnsal of Cemutaa to agree to an
FOR TWO YEARS
TRIP TO CRATER LAKE WHERE
HE CONFERRED WITH RANGER
Remains of Victims
Start for New York
Jack Connolly, who weut to Crater
Lake Friday to see how Harry Mo-
I myer was making It, returned to
¡Klamath Falls Sunday night, after
walking seventeen of the eighty miles
from Crater Lake.
Nearly the full registered strength
oi the city will be voted at today's
municipal election, when a mayor, po
lice judge and city treasurer are to
be selected for the en'ulng two year?.
The registered strength is about
1 500, At 2:30 this afternoon there
were ovec SOO votes cast, divided ai
First Ward...................... 106
Second Ward................... 223
Third Ward ................... 278
Fourth Ward ................. 135
Fifth Ward...................... 40
, United Press Service
WASHINGTON. D. C-, May 4 —-
The general staff of th« army has
The voting was brisk as soon as the completed plans for getting reinforce
polls opened, and there were many ments to Vera Crux. The transports
women who voted in the forenoon. at Galveston have been ordered to
After a lull at noon, the balloting be keep steam up.
came brisk again. The polls close at
According to reports from Mexico
8 o'clock this evening.
City, General Maas Is being constantly
SOLO Bï ESPEE
: United Press Service
VERA CRUZ. May 4.--Five thou
sand federala twenty-flve miles from
here are guarding both routes to the
capital. Besides these, there are 5,000
more at Soledad, Mass’ headquarters.
5,000 at Japala and 1,500 at Palma.
Huerta's determination to draw the
forces toward the Mexican
ADVERTISING MANAGER IS THE
capital and save him from defeat and
NEW OWNER OF THE MAGA- death at the handa of the rebeia is be-
ZI.NE—IS HEAD OF A. A. A. A.
GET ÏHE BIRDS
lieved responsible for Saturday's at
tack upon the water works.
General Maas Is said to ba nrepar-
ing for an attack.
Insiders at the capital say that the
delay by America In starting for the
capital Is embarrassing Huerta. Fall
ing to unite the Mexicans, he hopes to
provoke an engagement with Amer-
ica, and thus gain American protac-
tioo for his life.
SAN FRANCI8CO. May 4.—Sunset
Magatine, hitherto conducted by the
Southern Pacific railroad company,
has been sold to William Woodhead,
manager of the publica-
SELECTED TO FILL THE PULPIT
OUTFIT ARRIVES FROM ASH- tion, according to an announcement
OF CHRISTIAN CHURCH FOR
just m»de public by Woodhead. The
THE COMING TERM
LAND — WILL SPEND
new publisher is president of the As
MONTHS IN KLAMATH
sociated Advertising clubs of Amer
At a business meeting pf the mem
ica, and formerly president of the San Chopped ThtHnb.
bers of the Christian church, held
Francisco Press Club.
Harold Harlan, the little son of
just after the Sunday morning ser-
Elder 8. D. Harlan, had the mlsfor-
aging director, a camera force from
tune to chop off the end of his thumb
Kd ncatlonal Film company
Mr. Woodhead spent several weeks while using a hatchet last evening.
rived this afternoon, to catch motion
in Klamath county in 1912, and he Dr. Truax dressed the Injured mem
: picture Him bird life, scenery and
has many friends here, He made sev- ber, and the little fellow Is In no
other matter of educational value.
oral record trout catches st Harriman danger of losing hts thumb, though
They will remain ’ here about two
it is still giving him severe pain.
Connolly left the Stell headquar
The party came in from Ashland In
ters at 4 o'clock Sunday morning,
their automobile, which Is especially
, walked to Fort Klamath, and rode
arranged for this work. They will
the rest of the way In with A. D.
ABOARD U. 8. 8. MONTANA, (via the line of warships In the harbor and Miller.
devote their efforts just to filming
wireless to Vera Crux), May 4.—The¡headed northward, all the flags on
the bird life in the Lower Klamath
He and Mr. Momyer went to the
Montana is steaming northward to- the
American ships were placed at
Lake Bird preserve.
rim of the lake Saturday to make
day, bearing the remains of the ma half mast; while the marines and the
“Iff conjunction with the state fish
some measurements in connection
rines and sailors who wars killed In Jackies stood at reverent attention,
and game commission of California,
with the completion of the new hotel.
the tights attending ths landing of paying the fleet's last honors to the
Elder S. D. Harlan
we have nearly completed an excep
They found the south end of the roof
the American forces at Vera Crux.
members of Its forces who fell in the
tionally fine set of animal and bird
Ths flags of ths vessel sre at half service of tholr country.
mon, Elder S. D. Harlan was unani life motion pictures.'’ said Mr. Salis
the winter’s enow.
mast, and a special guard of honor
The flags of France, Spain, Eng
mously selected to dll the pulpit for bury this afternoon. "We will finish
The snow in the park now is about the coming two years.
watches over the seventeen leaden land, Cuba and Germany all dipped In
this v*1th the pictures we take on
caskets draped In the flag, each con honor of the American victoma as the seven feet deep, and as hard as Ice
Elder Harlan has been the pastor Lower Klamath Lake, showing the
taining the body of an American hero. Montana aped northward.
of the Christian church for the past pelicans, ducks and other water fowl
The postmasterships of six fourth
The crulso of the vessel northward
year, and during that time has been ¡through the mating and hatching class postoffices in Klamath county
New Auto Service.
Is altogether different from the one
WASHINGTON, D. C„ May 4,—
largely Instrumental in securing many seasons.
.are to be determined at Klamath
recently made south with the fleet If he can possibly do so, President
Charles 1. Robertson has resigned , needed Improvements for the church
“It is our Intention to make a thor- Falls on June 20. That is the day
Then the men were flushed and eager Wilson will go to Brooklyn Monday his position with the Pacific Tele building, besides adding many new ough picturing of this great bird pre- the civil service commission has set
for war—now they are enshrouded In to personally honor the dead from phone and Telegraph company, to en- names to the membership roll.
serve and its bird life. Following that aside for these examinations, under
sorrow, and are performing their Vera Crus. He Is considering Issuing I ter business for himself. He has just
Elder Harlan Is an able pastor, a we will film Crater Lake and other the new ruling of the postofflee de-
duties only according to routine.
a proclamation, declaring Monday a Inaugurated a new automobile livery public spirited cltlien and a likable scenic points, besides fleh and game i partment.
As the Montana steamed through day of groat sorrow.
The .following poetotflcee will be
By BERNARD RUCKER
tied Pleas Service
VERA CRl'X -May 4.—The entire
Fifth brigade is now landed, ready for
With the Marines, General
Funslou has a force of 7,000 men.
The marines and sailors can be re-
landed in an hour, if needed.
The dis ks of the licet are cleared
for action. The big guns are all In
readineMi to »iiell the wndilill« back
of Vera Crux.
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Many Postal Exams to
Be Held Here June 20
awarded the successful candidate*
Bly, Cresoent, Dairy, Fort Klamath,
Klamath Agency and Merrill.
An applicant for appointment at
this examination must reside within
the territory supplied by the postofflee
be desires. Application blanks can be
obtained at the Klamath Falls poat-