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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 27, 1914
Servians Fire on
WALK 10 MEXICO
ENGLAND’S KING CALLS OFF VACATION;
GERMANY’S RULER HURRIES TO BERLIN
ASSASSINATION OF ARCHDUKE FRAHZ
CREST, PAMHM THROUGH CITY
CLIMAX OF YEARS OF TOIL 05'
OFFICIAL OPEN I
ING IX SPRING
are in progress al Potsdam. The war
BEING ^spirit is rampant here.
Kaiser Wilhelm has returned from
MAINTAINED AT ST
a cruise In Norwegian waters and has
"taken a special train from
Awaiting hl* arrival Is the crown
‘prince and three member* of the
Europr Believe« That Hope of Avert
All of Europe believes that hope
ing War Lie« With the Kalari
of averting war lies with tbe kaiser
Confervui e In Progrras at Pole- Ills reception along tbe line was re
Throngs gathered at all
<l«m—War Spirit Itainpant—Her- of the station* singing "Die Wacht
1 Iridge Am Rhelne "
«Ians Dynamlle 11*11 road
I’ENMOR n HIP
Armes lUver Haier
I oiled Proas Service
United Preas 8ere Ice
PARIS, July 27,—Tbe army re
serves have been ordered to be pre
pared to mobilise quickly. Tbe French
waa fleet Is concentrated at Toulon
formally declarvcl on Her via Munday
1 United Press Service
VIENNA, July 27.—There Is prac
tically martial law here
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ernment has seised all tbe wires and
LONDON, July 27,—England baa railroads, which ere being guarded
initiated an effort to avert war be- by the troops
i«e>n Austria and Bervta- Lord Grey
lias suggested mediation to France. United Proas Service
VIENNA. July 27,—The Servians
Germany and Italy.
lias cancelled bls engagement at have dynamited the railroad bridge
Good wood and remains at Bucklng- across the River Saver at Semlln. The
report has tyeen confirmed that the
fired on an Austrian boat
ixird Grey is communicating with
bearing troops, to which the Aus
the English ambassadors at Paris,
trians replied and a hot engagement
Rome and Berlin. Diplomats think
followed. The outcome of tbe affair
that matters have not gone too far to
cannot be learned.
it ie reported that an engagement
All the nations of Europe are
between tbe Austrians and Servians
Russia Is Arm In
la in progress at the mouth of the
Its demand that Austria must not
Tomes river, east of Belgrade
it Is expected that
th« kaiser will seek peace.
United Press Service
The king and crown prince with
WASHINGTON, D. C., July 37.—
the Servian troops have gone to
Official messages Issued today quote
Nish, leaving Belgrade at tbe mercy
the Russian war minister as saying
of the Austrians. There was the
that a war between Austria and Rus
wildest of H<t*nes yesterday with the
sia Is Inevitable.
A complete mo
Servians fleeing from Belgrade, which
bilisation of the Russian army has
was later looted by bandits.
been ordered by the csar after a
special ministerial council.
United Press Service
BELGRADE. July 27—It la re United Press Service
ported that Russia has promised to
BERLIN, July 27.—Heavy runs
support Rervla. The army Is mobtl- started today on the savings banks
Itlng with the crown prince In com In Berlin. Daniin, Zuarbruecken. Co
mand of the field.
logne and elsewhere, Th« Bourses
The Austrians are massing at Bem- at Brussels, Budapest and
lln. Belgrade Is almost deserted, have suspended, owing to the war
only a small garrison remaining
by the Austrian government.
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ST. PETERSBURG, July 27,—
The censorship here Is the strictest.
It Is reported that the reserves have
been called ready for action, and It
is predicted that the war office will
act Immediately If Austria strikes
1' lilted Preas Service
BERLIN, July 27.—Conferences
whereon may depend Europe's peace
United Press Service
CONSTANTINOPLE. July 27,—
The Greek minister has stated that
Greece will send a hundred thousand
troops to the aid of Rervla In case
¡of war with Austria.
Unlted Press Service
LONDON, July 27.—It Is under
stood that Austria will not occupy
If this ia true.
(Continued on Page 4)
HON PLOT WAS HATCHED
WASHINGTON. D. C.. July 27.—
. 1 am on a ''hiking'' trip from Port ¡War department officials today were
land, Oregon, to Mexico, a distance perfecting plans for tbe opening of
COM- of 1350 miles, and arrived in your •the Panama Canal on August 15th.
prosperous little city last night. Fred
After Long Wait, .Austria Submits
MIHHION AXD BADGE IX EACH L. Carlton started with me, but left The vessel which would be given the
Ultimatum to Servla, tbe Reply Co
THE at Crater Lake to return to Portland, honor of leading a fleet of merchant I UNITED STATES AND THE SOUTH
Waa Unsatisfactory, sad
■o I am making the rest of the way men through the great waterway bad
AMERICAN COUNTRIES EXTER
not been determined upon, but it was
Sunday War Was Declared by
AGREEMENT TO SETTLE ALL
Carrying a twenty-five pound pack, "Probable that the Cristobal, a war
Austria—Will Involve AU Great
SALEM, Ore . July 27.—All school consisting of blankets, fishing tackle, ¡department steamer, would be
Powers of Eui-ope
dlstrlc'r . • •he state will In tbe near and a few necessities, as gun, search , lected.
No ceremonies will mark tbe
Am averaging twenty-nine miles a i climax of years of toll involved In
WASHINGTON, D. C.. July 27,-1
fleers, tor an arrangement has been
Tbe Austrian ultimatum waa a *e-
tbe Secretary Bryan's peace treaties with
made between tbe slate board of
digging the big ditch acroes
Argentina. Braxll and Chile bave quei to the recent assassination of
health and State Superintendent of In tbe evenings to avoid the heat.
backbone of the continent.
I followed tbe Pacific highway to
Public Instruction Churchill, where-
That will wait until the official been signed, binding the South Amer Archduke Frans Ferdinand, em-
' Granta Pass and visited the Oregon
opening in March, 1915, when au in- lean countries individually and the perer Frans Josepn's heir, by a Ser-
by a commbiHlon Is to be issued by
the board to a pupil In each district. caves, in which I bad an awful ex- ternatlonal fleel of warships will pass ¡United States to submit to lnveetlga- vian student at Sarajevo. Bosnia
"Dr Calvin V White, aecretary of.b«ln« ,0*‘ for nineteen through the waterway and up the tlon fer a year all differences which pro*'nee
the board, presented the plan to, hours before being rescued by tbe ¡Pacific coast
cannot be settled by diplomacy.
it was freely asserted at the Ume
State Superintendent Churchill, who government guide, who bad to let
Secretary Garrison ia announcing
ibe killing was the result of
¡himself down with wires into a
waa favorably impressed with It, and
¡the date of tbe canal’s opening, by an international commission of a riot hatched at Belgrade by a Pan
pit In which I had fallen, known
agreed to co-operate
stated that at thia time ships not five members and during the period Servian organliaticn with extensive
The board. In addition to furnish the "Ghosts Chamber." I had a fall 1 needing more than thirty feet
of ¡of inquiry hostilities may not be en- ramifications In Austria, which has
ing the pupil with a commission, will of twenty feet and was unconscious water could be accommodated in the tered into
a large Servian population In its
provide him with a badge and a
passage between the two oceans, Al
manual of Instructions. The duties . While trying to get out I got into an greater depth will be available later.
It was expected immediately after
of the pupil will be to make reports unknown cavern, which I had the
the assassination that Austria would
with relation to sanitary and health honor to name "Neptune's arotto."
demand an explanation from the Ser
After being found I had to be drawn
conditions In the school he Is attend
vian government. It delayed so long
up with wires to the main passage
ing, to tbe tnseber
however, that It began to be ¡relieved
The teacher will submit a report |
tbe emperor was afraid be would pre
From Grants Pass I went to Med
to tbe county school superintendent,
cipitate a revolt of bls own Servian
state I ^ord *n^ then to Crater Lake, where
who will In turn report to the
subjects If he assumed a belligerent
I was the first person this year to
.climb Wizard Island and register in
Last Thursday tbe Vienna foreign
WHILE HELPING A NEIGHBOR
the urn there for that purpose,
office suddenly spoke. Servla waa
also had some great fishing and a POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE ARE
WITH HIS HORSE, J. FRANK
on> not oniy to pUnjgk those
wonderful time admiring tbe great
ADAMS IS KICKED IN THE FACE co“rerned in tbe assassination plot
UNITED SATURDAY EVENING
lake. Left beadquarters Saturday
against Fram Ferdinand, but to sup
morning and made Klamath Agency
press at once the Pan-Servian move
AT THE CHURCH OF THE
Saturday evening, and from the lat-
iter place to this city on Sunday,
An answer was required at 4 p. m.
1 will go to Shasta Springs from
¡Special to the Herald
Saturday. The answer to the olti-
here, climb Mt. Shasta, visit Mt. Las-
MERRILL, July 27.—J. Frank malum made by Servla waa not aatls-
.MIHH MclNTYRE IM PLACED INIe<n. ““d then to Sacramento, San
Miss Virginia Calaban and An- Adams waa quite badly injured short- factory, and Sunday Austria declared
: Francisco and down the coast to Mex- drew J. Horner were quietly married
ly after noon Sunday by being kick-.war■
CUBTODY BY 1AJW ON 1NSTRUC- |cO. will be out ten week. yet. I Saturday evening at the Church of
ed In the face by a horse.
The nature of the demands made
TIONH FROM CROOK COUNTY leHTe Klamath Falls this morning at the Sacred Heart, Rev. Wm. McMil
The accident happened while Mr. and the tona of the note cauaed
¡4:30 so did not have time to see you lan, S. J., officiating.
The young Adams was trimming a horse's hoof.
! personally before starting
couple were attended by Miss Martha The animal had been thrown and
H wbs believed 8ervfa would shape
Tbe animal had
I am carrying a Portland pennant Harwood and Harry Gallagher.
be- ,ta courae ln «wordauce with tha ad-
,on which I am getting tbe post marks
Miss Calaban came here from Cal came loose and the horse started vke ot lta Powerful friend, Russia.
On instructions from Sheriff Frank
[of the various places I visit.
. - struck
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Should the caar refuse to aid the
Elkins, of Crook county. Sheriff Low ¡quite a time fighting rattlesnakes the ifornia about a year ago. and has I. kicking
been employed in the office of the
“mailer country. It was agreed It
this morning at 8 o'clock placed Mar
face with one of Its feet
lust twenty-five miles,
__ Klamath Development company. Dur
would have to yield.
But it waa
garet McIntyre under arrest, and she
Mr. Adams was taken to Merrill,
Agency here, and secured three rat- ing her short residence here she has
¡deemed far from certain that he
will be taken to Crescent City to be
itlrs as victorious trophies.
won a host of friends and is very where the wound was dressed. It i would refuse.
turned over to the Crook county of
was found that no bones were broken,
in local society.
In the event of Russian interior
the side of the face was cut
Motorcyclists Start lx>ng Ride
Mr. Horner has followed the lum
ence between Austria and Servla, It
According to the telegram revolv
ber business in Klamath Falls for
was conceded on all hands that
ed from Sheriff Elkins, Miss McIn United Press Service
years and has a high stand
Germany would inevitably be drawn
tyre is charged with obtaining money
For some At the Orpheus
Members of the Wanderers' Motor ing in business circles
Into the affair, as Austria's ally.
under false pretenses
Manager Tindall announces that France and England are allied with
She arrived here Saturday night
from Redmond, in a car driven by start today on a two weeks' tour, run- Big Bason Lumber company, which he will have a troupe for tomorrow Russia and might bo expected to be
C. G. Arnold, agent for the Chalmers ulug down to New York by way of position he left to accept one with night that give one of the most in- Involved next. Italy, as the ally of
terestlng shows seen Ill
Klamath | Germany
and Austria, presumably
automobile, but it was not until this ¡Niagara Falls and Rochester. Riders the Pelican Bay Lumber company
Falls for some time. There will be would follow.
morning that the sheriff's office lo from other federation of motorcyclists
several numbers, besides the sensa-1
clubs will join the Wsnderers along Gone Hunting
It was stated that the Austrian gov
cated her nt the Holland House
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Robertson and Itlonal film “Won In the Clouds "
framing its note to Servla, Germany
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Withrow have
One of the features of the Christy
not having been consulted. Though
gone to the north fork of Rogue Moore Now Postmaster
Comedy Co.'s advertising scheme was Eugene Party Visits Friends
W. L. Moore, of tbe Chiloquin taNen by surprise, Germany, however,
to present a handsome ring to the
Mr and Mrs. "Dick Smith and River for a two weeks* camping and
¡Mercantile company, has been ap- approved Austria’s action.
young lady receiving the moat votes Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goodrich, of Eu- hunting trip.
pointed pos'master at Chiloquin to-------------------- ——
by the patrons of the opera house gene, spent Sunday in Klamath Falls
succeed Sa m l L. Thompson, resigned. Chonre Visit« Factories
during the three nights of their per- visiting their many friends. The Truax's Are Camping
Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Truax left 3un- Moore has been conducting the of-
W. B. Chance, of Albany, deputy
formance. Miss Feme Hoagland was party just returned from a two
the fortunate young lady, and on Sun-i weeks' automobile trip through Cal- , day by automobile for Fredenburg flee as deputy since bw and R C. labor commissioner and factory ln-
day night was presented with the.ifornla and are returning home by Springs on Jennie Creek, where they Klepper eatered Into business there Spector, has been in the city several
will camp and fish.
some months ago.
days visitine the factories and mille.
Pelican Bay. Crater Lake and Bend
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