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KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1914
His Government May Be Recognized
Hll THOINAM* IH THE IMOI5T
Bellinan, Evana and Wylde Take Up
Today the Work Ho Urli Started by
Joitiiaoti »ml Evans Ì <•»!< rday, and
as a IU wm II, They Raised *1,7X1.>50
Early In ihr Aaflraoon Hours, IVItli
Mt.rr In Hight.
♦ REACHES EVERYONE •
♦ 15' KLAMATH COUNTY «
STORE AT FORT RECOGNITION MAY
IS ÖÜRGLARIZED BE EXTENDED THE
Probably every republican voter In
i Klamath county bus already decided
I for whom he or she is going to vote at
lite election tomorrow for sheriff, yet
this Is not the < atw with some of tbe
state offices, particularly that of gov
ernor. There seeron to be so many
THIEF PIRUMNH EIGHTY DOI.
good men running for the office that
LARK FROM THE DIXON IWAH-
It Is bard for the voter to make a
LIHHMENT, AFTER BREAKING
While the Herald is not personally NEW M’.l 5 AT KE5O IH FORMA L-
Interested lu any of tbe state candi
dates, It would offer tbe following In
formation for tbe consideration of
(Herald Special Service)
the republicans of the county. W. O Atlrr S|HM < h«-s by M'-lnhers of County
FORT KLAMATH, May 14,—Un-, Cutting Off of Tampico, Tux pain and
Court anal Judge Baldwin, Bridge is locking tbe front door from the in
Vera Crux Would Cut Off Twu-
In the selection of a National com
ChrieteiuMl With Bottle of White side after breaking'a front'window,
Third* of the Federal Source of In-
mitteeman, there Is only one man to
Pelican Baler, anil Ilie liranti a burglar Uat night took |8u In cur
tilla Wire* That He Will
be considered by the republicans, lie
rency and silver from James Dixon a , •
Soon In Mexico (Tty
Is Ralph E. William«. Charles Ack
store. The theft ujas not discovered
erson. the other candidate, is a pro
tired Attending < eremonies.
until this morning, ana there Is no
gressive. who at the last moment
changed his registration and played
This morning, after the robbery
traitor to hl« party to run for office
JOHN E. NEVIN
was discovered. It was found that the
on another ticket.
(Staff Correspondent, -
KENO. May 14.—There was damp
thief evidently intended .entering the
WASHINGTON, D. C., May 14.—
For governor there are many good ness both above and below the new : postoffice, in tbe same building, as he
I As a result of tbe evacuation of Tam
men to choose from
The race ap
pico and it* occu
pears to be between A. M. Crawford noon, owing to constant showers, but door'leading into the postoffice
pation by General
and Charles A. Johns. The voter who despite tbu weather, more than 200
Gonzales’ force of
casts his ballot for Mr. Johns, wheth-’
persons assembled to attend the for-
er be wins or loses, will have tbe sat
troops last night,
isfaction of knowing that he voted ■ mal opening of tbe bridge and its
America may rec
for a clean, honest and capable bual- dedication to the Lincoln National
ognize the bellig
ness man. He la ‘naklng no active highway,
erency of the reb
campaign, but Is receiving strong vol-
The showers did not drown out the,
It Is expected
notary support from those who know ardor of the dancers, either, and tbe!
that Carransa Will
dance in progress on the new span Is
soon formally de
I being enjoyed to the utmost, an or
Henry L Benson should receive ev chestra from Klamath Falls furnlsh-
VII 1.1» INDUSTRIAL AND RA1L-
The fall of Tux-
ery republican vote of Klamath coun Ing the muslc. Practically everybody
pam Is expected In
ROAD ADDITION PEOPLE NAME
ty for Supreme Judge. You can vote present participated in the grand
, a very,short time.
for four or for one but if not inter march. which wax led by Hon. George
COMMITTEE TO SEE THE: CITY
ested In the other« do not overlook T. Baldwin, former county judge, and
Miss Marjorie McClure.
ico City, tbe con-
Shortly after 2 o'clock, County
Tbe race for Attorney General is Judge Worden made the opening ad
Mills, industrial and Second Hot
ces need arms and
laid to be between George M Brown dress. reviewing the road work and
Springs additions need a sewer sys-!
and Frank 8. Grant
Mr. Brown has the methods of transportation in i
tem. and wan.t It constructed at once,
the belligerency of the rebels la
a record for law enforcement cover Klamath county, and pointing out <
This was the sentiment expressed st recognized, America cannot permit
ing eighteen years. In addition he la What can be accomplished in the fu-
last night s meeting of interested per- .th^ importation of arms and ammuni-
recognized as one df the best read ture by bringing the various commun
' sons in Mills Addition hall.
tlon by tbat force.
lawyers tn the state.
ities doser together through the me- *
At this meeting Frank L. Apple-
The news of the taking of Tampico
diuni of improved highways and good
gate. S. J. Bailey, Mrs. C. V. Lundy, by the rebel forces overshadows ev-
John H. Lewis is a man who has bridges.
Mrs. Maud Zink and John Potter were erythlng here. Tampico, Tuxpam and
proven his ability to handle the Im
He was followed by County Com- I named a committee to confer wlthtyera Cruz furnished over two-thirds
portant office of State Engineer Much
missioner N. 8. Merrill, County Com- City Engineer McLean and City At of
Huerta Income There is aeri-
work has been started for the devel
n.issloner John Hagelsteln and Judge torney Rutenic and tbe council re-
to the ability of Huerta
opment of the resources of tbe state
Baldwin, all of whom made appropri- ( gardlng plans for tbe unit, and for the to control th« capital when the news
that would suffer If a change were
ate talks. At the conclusion of these payment of the cost ot this. m
- ’s fall
— reaches there.
made In office at this time
talks, Sam Evans christened tbe committee will report next Thursday•
IL is said that Huerta has leas than
10,000 real soldiers available tor de
O. )*. Hoff has made a good record
The amount of money subscribed
tor the support of the Klamath Cham
ber of Commerce was Increased this
afternoon, when l*r<<*l<l«til Walton.
Secretary Wylde and Directors Kvaus
anil Hellman took up the soliciting
work by which Evans and Johnson
raised 12,till) yesterdsy. The men
early this afternoon had themselves
11.722 50, and they had other pros
pects In sight.
The directors o( the Klamath
Chamber of Comment» are consider
ing the Installing of >i huge clock or
dial In front of the Chamber of Com
merce headquarters, and the moving
Venestlana t'arrauzu. president of | following the fall of Tampico,
of the hands of this dial will show
I be progress made In raising the mon* libe
government, portant seaport, yesterday,
which controls the northern part of
For their campaign against Mexico
The subscriptions secured since the ’.Mexico, snd Is gradually culling down ‘City, Huerta's stronghold, the consti-
Herald went to press yesterday fol the extent of Huerta's domain, has tutlonallsts desire more arms and am-
hopes that his belllgereney will be for- munition. Permission to Import these
malty recognized hy the United States, will be the same as recognition
Previously reported ...
Big Basin Lumber Co.
Nurmi's K F Bakery .
Lucy. Lorimer's daughter............-
Farmers Imp A Hup. House
........................... Elizabeth Houston
W. O. Smith Printing Co .
Joyce, tbe butler . . Kenneth Stewart
W A Delsell
Charlotte, the maid.......................
A. C. (Renter .......................
........................... Esther McAndrews
Geo. Blehn .............................
Bartholomew, a shoe maker.........
J. Frank Arant ..................
................................ George Stan key
Another shoe maker . Ixtuls McClure
White Pelican Hotel...........
IIHIC'LF THE STUDENTS «ILI. I
An EuglUh inventor baa a collapsi
USE TO DISPLAY HINTI<<15I<
ble lifeboat with a rubber akin which
Bl ■ B Bord
fending the city.
(Continued on Page 4)
heals Itself when punctured
as Labor Commissioner.
() D Matthews
W. C. Townsend..................
.United Press Servies
J. C. Smith............................
WASHINGTON, D. C.. .May 14.—
10.00 tlon of "A Pair of Hpcctaclea," a three
Wm. A. Mssten....................
President Wilson and ('hairman Stone
10.00 act comedy, by the Senior claaa of the
C. W. Coseboom ................
of tbe senate foreign relatione com
10.00 Klamath county high school, at Huus-
mittee today discussed whether to per
10.00 | ton’s operu house tomorrow night
Ed Smith .
mit the rebels to import arms at Tam-
10.00 ' Thu dress rehearsal will he held thia
D. Vandegler .....................
| plco, which would practically be rec
10.00 ’ •vening
T. F Nicholas.......................
♦ ♦ ♦
ognition of their belligerency. They
K. G. Cummings ................
also discussed methods of preventing
The play, which 1» considered Hid
W. II. A Renner..................
ney Grundy's masterpiece, was select-
10.00 ,etl by Miss Bessie Applegate, Instruct
West End Grocery..............
10.00 or In English, who la also directing
Virgil * Hon.........................
FOLLOWED BL MILITARY CER United Prc-se Service
10.00 ¡the work ot the student Thespians
Klamath Falls Creamery . .
JAUREZ, May 14—General Pancho
10.00 ¡The play deals with the two opposite
\V J Stelnnictx....................
♦ • ♦
; Villa, who is leading a campaign in
10.00 (Views one can lake of th« world,
Eskelson A A rd les..............
the vicinity of Saltillo, sent the fol
10.00 brought out In thia play by an opti
John J. Furber.....................
United Presa Service
lowing to rebel headquarters:
10.00 mist wearing the spectacles of a pessi
Geo. A Haydon ..................
PITTSBURG, May 14—Francis De-
"My congratulations to General
J. C. Brockenbrough............
mist, thus completly reversing his
lowery, . who was one of the men Gonsales. Wo will soon meet in Mex-
10.00 point of view.
C. C. Ix»w................................
killed in, the taking of Vera Crux by Ico City.”
Chas. F. I>e l*ap..................
The cast of characters follow:
the Americans, was buried here this
Rebel officers and soldiers are
A. A. Mehaffey
morning from St. Paul's cathedral, swarming the telegraph office«, clam-
It. II. Dunbar.......................
requiem high mass being served.
oring for news from Tampico, Excit-
('has. II. Miller.....................
The remains of Delowery were in j ed groups on the street predict a
Rev. J. H. Stubblefield ...
terred with all the honors usually quick march to Mexico City.
......................... Marguerite Dunbar
Glen Johnson .......................
marking tbe last rites of a brigadier
It is believed that the federal forces
I*. C. Carlson.........................
10.00 Gregory Goldfinch, his brother, a
tuken in tomorrow's primary nomi maries:
Marion county; L. R. Stockman. general. Vice President Marshall and will withdraw from Saltillo without
A. A. Mitchell. M.J.B. Coffee
four thousand persons participating
pcKBlmlst..................... John Stsnkey nation election, information regard
(Continued on Page 4)
Mr. Lorimor, friend of Benjnmln
ing this has been complied for the National Committeemen—Charles W.
(Continued on page 4)
l-abor Commissioner — Fred S.
Herald's readers. The polls will open Ackerman. Ralph E. Williams; both Bynon. Marion county; O. P. Hoff,
at 8 a. in. and will close at 8 p. tn. of Multnomah county.
John A. Madsen. Multnomah county;
At 8 o’clock the night board will cont
United States Senator Robert A M. E. Miller. Columbia county.
inence the counting of the ballots.
Booth, Lane county.
Railroad Commissioner- Frank J. j
Only those who are registered as
Congressman—N. J. Sinnott. Wasco Miller, Linn county; Hal D. Patton.
members of the republican, democrat county.
nnd progressive parties can vote to
Water Superintendent—Janies T. J
morrow. "Independents," "Refused Grant B. Dimick, Clackamas county; |
to state," and members of those par Wm. A. Carter, T. T. Geer, Charles Chinnock, Multnomah county.
Representative, 21st district (two
ties not holding nomination primaries | A. Johns, Gus C. Moser. Multnomah
Vernon A. Forbes.
will not have a vote until the general county; A. M. Crawford, Douglas to be chosen)
election In November.
county; James W.vthycomb, Benton Crook county; Wesley O. Smith.
Persons who have not been regis county.
County Judge—William S Worden.
tered can vote by being sworn In on
Justice of the Supreme Court (four
His suggestions were about as fol
When Paul Johnson undertakes to
HAN FRANCISCO. May 14,- On a are tuken from the registration, which the special registration blank. This to be chosen)—Henry L. Benson of
Sheriff—W. B Barnes, Oscar L.
basis of population, California loads to date shows 94,718 cars in the stat«. requires affidavits from citlsens re Klamath county; Lawrence Harris, Carter. C. C. Low, Carey M. Ramsby. accomplish a certain thing he usually ' lows: That Lewis Wylde be retained
as secretary, to collect dues, .look af
'Lane county; Henry J. Bean. Uma-
The New York total, figured from garding one's residence, etc.
any section of the United States in
County Clerk—C. R. DeLap, K. D.
This was demonstrated Wednesday ter the office end of the work, meet
The total registration for the coun-'tllla county; T. J. Cleeton. Mult- North.
the ownership of automobiles, The the end of 1913, anil adding the nor
when he and Sid Evans started out to! prospective investors and have charge
latest figures complied under the new mal percentage of Increase each ty is 3,142. By partlos, etc., this lainomoh county; P. H. D'Arcy, C. D.
County Treasurer—George A. Hay
raise 11,800 for the Chamber of Com of exhibits, while Sam Evans be
Richardson, don. T. B. Watters.
automobile law shows that In this month, would show the Empire state divided as follows:
merce. and came in with 62,610. It named sb publicity manager to look
state one iierson In every twenty-sev to have about 120,000 machines in
County Surveyor F. G. Brown. E. was again demonstrated at the cele after printing of pamphleta for the
I Democrats . . .
989 ¡Columbia county.
en Is the owner of a motor car.
bration held at the Chamber of Com Chamber, and any and all work for
471 Attorney General — George M. I :B Henry.
In n table brought to an appropri I Progressives .
In New York state only one person
Justice of the Peace (Llnkvllle dis merce rooms last night, when Mr.. advertising Klamath county. That the
83 Brown, Douglas county: George N.
In every olgiity-nlne Is the owner of ate total In each state to date by add I Socialists ....
Johnson, in an eloquent appeal to the Chamber of Commerce Immediately
37iFarr!n, Frank 8. Grant, J. J. John trict) — E. W. Gowen.
ing the percentage of growth, It Is Phohlbltionlsts
assembled members, asked them to move to Main street, where they
son, Wm. P. Lord, all of Multnomah
The figures which establish the lead shown Hint next to California the Refused state. Independents, etc.
keep up the Interest recently aroused would ba In touch with the local busl-
of California In auto ownership are greatest per capita ratio la Nebraska,
Following are the various candl-1 Superintendent of Public Instruc
by following up a program be had
for motor cars that are actually In where one in thirty-seven I'orsons own
tive« whose names appear on the bal- tlon—J. A. Churchill. Baker county
commission, with no duplications, and
FAVORED BY ALL
SENIOR PLAY IS
All the Election Information
Who Can Vote, When to Vote and Where to Vote
Polling Places in the City Are Listed--Only Members of
Republican, Democrat and Progressive Parties
Can Ballot Tomorrow
Calif. Has Most Autos
Publicity Man Is Named
Ona Basis of Population, Golden State Way Ahead
Disposal of $1200ot Fund Arranged for at Meeting