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MONDAY. JULY 97, 1914
THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
WIDOW SUES FOR
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Germany and the other nations will
have more time in their efforts to lo
calise the war. The powers are await
ing Russia's assurance that that na
TRIAL OF CASK OF MRS. PEAR» tion will not interfere, indications
SON va BIG BASIN LUMBER are that Russia will refuse.
Lines of the Hull of Shamrock ¡V., Sir
Thomas Lipton’s Cup Challenger
MAKE IN BLOOMING«’AMI**« PLACI
l.tliGK AMOUNT OF CASH
COMPANY HAS COMMENCED IN United Press Service
ROME. July 37,—Italy has
cepted Lord Grey's mediation
TRE CIRCUIT COURT
The trial of tbe case against the
Big Basin Lumber company by Mrs.
Maggie Pearson, widow of
1914, as a result or injuries received
in the logging camp of the lumber
company, was started today.
Pearson is suing for 340,000 dam-
it waa not until thia afternoon that
the Jury »aa completed, after a
The Jurors are: W. B. Simpson,
A. R. Wilson. Joe Stukel. B. E.
Hawklns, Solomon Dewey, C.
Brown, F. M. Garrich, Jonah Sparks,
Carl Adams. Henry Offenbacher, N.
B. Newbanks and Geo. Noble.
Mrs. Pearson la represented ny W.
H. A. Renner and J. S. Kent, and the
defense by Stone A Gale and Hay *
NEW MODOC 1*01 NT ROAD
TO BE BEAUTIFUL DRIVEWAY
TAKEN HY ROBBERN
. Hpvdal to the Herald
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VIENNA. July 27.—The Austrian
foreign office issued the following
statement: •'Servin's notes are filled
with the spirit of dishonesty, which
clearly indicates that the Servian gov
ernment is not seriously determined
to end the culpable tolerance it has
hitherto extended to the Intrigues
against the Austrian-Hungarian mon
MERRILL, July It.—Tbe sateen
owned by Frank Hloomlngcainp w«
sutured early thia ruurulng and th
safe robbed of over |4 0u In gold,
silver aud bills
Entrance Is believed to have be® «
' made through a window facing oil
I the alley. The safe, which weigh*
I about I.noo pounds, was moved th
I entire length of the bar and down
' stairs to the basement, where tl
. hinge» on the outer
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i broken off
The Inner door of tin*
BERLIN. July 27.—Carlsbad and
; safe was also broken
other Austrian resorts are deserted.
Mr Hloomlngcamp »»tlmats» th
The foreigners are fleeing towards
waa something over 1400 I i
Germany. All Industries are prac
gold, silver and bills In tbe safe Noli
tically paralysed because of the mo
These drawings of the
of th«* ch«H-ks or other papers wet •
I Shamrock IV., the cup challenger enough to get away from the conven sembles the Crosby cats and her fore and uno %-lnch, fore-and-aft.
disturbed A small chamois sklu ba,
which Sir Thomas Lipton hopes will tional lines.
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"Shamrock is a se nil-scow, re reaching craft built by Webber, about a side. Iter deck Is of Itusslan blrch containing a 3500 diamond ring an I
beat anything produced in the United
'two and a half dollar gold place, wi .
WASHINGTON. D. C.. July 27.— states, show her to be a freak.
sembling in this some of tbe fast 1895. She has all the earmarks of a veneer. Avo lbtckne»s«,s pressed tir-
President Woodrow Wilson declared
sei her iu sbeela 7 feet by 15 feet. In the cash drawer This wau untie i
She may be a racing marvel or a racing boats' built about ten or twelve fast-racing freak.
today that the United States does notTary poor failure.
"Shamrock Is planked with three Thts deck la lald un llght etarel bearne and the gold piece taken, the dl
But designer years ago under the old rule, such
intend to meddle In the European Nicholson has admitted that he has as Huguenot and Rochelle turned out thicknesses of mahogany, the total tbe tblckneaa la three-fourtbs of an Imond ring being left on tbe shelf
Sheriff low was here today Inve
situation. He told visitors that he huilt a freak,
Two I Inch ”
He U one of the few by Huntington." says Thomas Flern- thickness being 1 \ Inches
|ligating the •■ase. and It la report* l
did not care to discuss European de
that several Important clues ba* ■
117th, is the big question mark not
ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF
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P.ARTY CONVENTIONS candidates are recommended to the only to Austria-Hungary, but also
H<> I.OXG AH FORD
to Germany. It Is considered certain
LONDON, July 27,—Lord Grey of- '
The following unclaimed mall mat
flclally announced that France, Italy
ln the initiative pamphlet, which
"To that end. these recommenda
ter advertised on the 36th day ot
WHAT*« THE KICK*
and Germany had been Invited to par- 'w,n contain all the measure« to be tions should be made by a body of 184 on August 18th, will not reign
I much longer and that the young arch July, will be sent to the dead letter
tlcipate in an ambassadorial media- submitted to the voters at the No delegates chosen under the sanction
office at Washington, u C., ou the
'vember election and arguments for!cf the law, tn the name of some duke will soon be emperor.
DETROIT, Mich. July 36—Bo« I
He is practically an unkuown quan 8th day of August, 1911
Fisher an Industrial expert, who b
"England will remain and Mainel a majority of them and responsible political organization, and
Only one mile separated the new
county road along the eastern shore
of tbe Upper Lake and Algoma. It
is estimated that the grade on this
stretch could be made in about thirty
days and It Is to be built along a aide
hill and In loose dirt.
Although it is greatly desired, it
is not probable that there will be suf
ficient funds to complete the road neutral as long as tbe conflict la con-
fined to Austria and Servia.
The new road to Modoc Point will moment another power becomes In
save a distance of over a mile and a volved. however, tbe position of this
half over the old road, and besides nation would be critical."
He urged the powers to bring pres
it eliminates all of the heavy grades
and dangerous hills.
When com sure on Russia to intervene.
pleted it will make a delightful drive
and result in greatly increased travel MRS. W1DDOES IS
to and from Fort Klamath and the
northern part of the county.
Running along at the foot of the
Mrs Curtis W iddoes died Friday
mountain and overlooking the Upper aifibt at 10 o'clock at the Blackburn
Lake, the scenery is magnificent. ' Hospital, following an operation for
Across tbe stretch of water the tim- '«npendlciUs about a week ago. Mrs.
Advertised Letter List
be ready in August, will appear
an argument in support of tbe pro-
posed constitutional amendment in-
ltiated by Henry Hahn and David M.
Dunne, of Portland, for the restora
tion of the assembly method fa Or
This measure provides for a del
egate election, to be held before the
primary election, at which delegates
are to be elected to a party county
convention. This convention la to rec-
ommend candidates for a party coun-
ty ticket, and alao elect delegatee to
state convention, which will recom
these delegatee chosen from
peclnct by their neighbors should act
in the open and execute the commla-
»ion of the people by recommenda-
tlon of suitable candidates for public
tity. Press and pub'le have paid but
little attention to him. it waa known
that he was In line for tbe throne, I
Carlson, E. L.
Cunningham. Mrs. E
Dudgeon. Lee E
Dal sell, R. A
Eberlte, Mrs Mariam W
Gray, Dr. D. H.
Jacob, Mrs. Thomas
Messenger. The Editor
Nelson. C. V.
Snowden, Master George
Stiles, Mr». P. A-
Wright, Mrs. Sadie
Weber. R A.
spent over three months lnveatt<ntli
the plan followed by Henry Ford h
sharing the profits of hla automob'
manufacturing plant with bls e:
ploy.'s, has made a report to the box I
of commerce of this city.
The gist of the report Is that ”1'
plan han not brought Increased ot
put commensurate with the Increc «
1 In wages ” The d dalla of the rrp< c
were not divulged
1» an Interview, Fisher said
be it from me to criticise Mr. Pure «
It has brought about whM I ■«
desired. and he I» | >er teet I y satisfied ’
, but none thought bis turn would
come under fifteen to twenty-flve
years, and In that time they would
“The recommendations should be learn to know their future ruler.
for at least one candidate, and not . The archduke la a likeable chap. He
exceeding two, for every office, and is human with many ot tbe human
such recommeudatlons should not ex- 1 weaknesses that go with a sym-
! pathetic nature.
He Is not over-
c.ndid,te. from participation in tbe serious. and of him, as of the German
<eneral prlmary and aucb otber p,r. I crown prince it has often been said
son should not be compelled to op 'that he was too lighthearted.
subterfuge of becoming an in-
,be Hapsburgs. Were Archduke
ber and mountains present an attrac- i" iddoes was taken suddenly ill i • mend candidates for tbe party state *
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tive view and the cool breezes from week ago Thursday and after an ex-
ticket, No provision Is made for pro- (lepen(leIIt candidate against his own ”
Karl ‘ merely an ordinary citizen In
WASHINGTON. D. C„ July 27.
amination by her physicians it was ¡mulgating a platform or party prin- party nominee.
He should be per stead of an emperor-to-be of a power
the lake make it a delightful trip.
Today la th«* 135th anniversary < f
The Chapman Construction com discovered that she was suffering ¡ciples.
mitted, as now, to become a candi ful nation, moralists would perhaps
founding of the alate departing'
this amendment to the constitu- date for his party, under his party |say of him that he was not of "good
pany has been working on the con- from appendicitis and an immediate
July 27, 17*9, when Preaident U«»or »
tract on the north end of the road, operation was considered necessary. [Hon should be adopted, there would name, against tbe candidate to be fsmily.” His father. Archduke Otto, •
Washington signed an act crestl.
and have over a mile of the grade She was removed to the hospital and then be three elections In every gen recommended by tbe delegate con- younger brother of tbe » murdered
¡the "department of forelgna affulr>
finished. This, however, will yet have 8,,h°ugh tbe case was considered eral election year, instead of two, as vention.
Ferdinand, had the reputation of be
First would come tbe "del
Today waa also the anniversary < f
to receive a top dressing, but there is!very serious the attending physicians now.
"The object of this measure la to ing a "gay blade." He was raised so
egate" election, then tbe regular pri-
the organisation of the territory - f
plenty of excellent gravel for this pur-'
hope of her recovery,
i preserve the benefits of the direct
Alaska In 1894, the fail of Rob< -
Friday Mr». Wlddoee had a relapse ' tnary election and then the general I primary and to eliminate Its objec- turn*,d ,ooa® ha B,ar,ed °ut «® ««Plore
pose all along the mountain side.
In 1794, the declaration of • r
It Is estimated that the last mile of and although in the afternoon she election.
and did not
llonable features. Under the law, If
between China and Japan In 1912 a I
Tbe argument in support of ! adopted, the following results will cease until he died In 1906 from a
showed slight improvement, she be
the grade can be built for 35,000.
the American aelge of Tripoli in
came worse during the early evening the proposed amendment Is ss fol ¡follow:
lingering disease said to have been
A charge of le will be made on all
and it was evident that the end was lows:
due to the life he led.
letters delivered from thia Hat.
"1. On delegate primary day,,
FOR HHORT STAY’ I near. Her husband and Rev. E. C. I "Majority rule should be the alm ■
Archduke calling for letters please say ad ver -
will be elected in each precinct!
A primary 'there
Kuykendall <•<»•« Hunting
Richards were with her until the end. of rule by the people.
Karl's mother. Is a sister of King Heed.
D. V Kuykendall baa gon>< •.»
Mrs. Ethel Wlddoee was born in law which tends to prevent and des
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Meldrum are
W A. DELZELL, P. M
and such delegates must have been
Eugene, where he will join A. i*.
back from Meldrum station, near Smith Center, Kansas, September 30, troy political party action, and to
nominated by petition duly »Igned by ' whose wife while still crown princess
Kent and spcnJ the next month or «
Portland. They expect to be here for 1882, and was married May 1, 1904. create destructive and hostile fac-
¡ran away with a music teacher. When AMERH AN NURGEONN TO
voters of their precincts.
hunting deer and wild game In La e
a few weeks while disposing of their She leaves a husband and two small lions within tbe party, is destructive'
|Archduke Otto died, the archduchess
LEARN FROM IIRIT1NH
”2. No proxies will be showed
, county. Mr. Kent loft several d< 4
household goods, and will then re children, Dorothy, aged 5, and Don- ot
"3. I Supervision of aR elecUons, I’,,thdre"' trom ,he wor,d of •oc,e‘7
'»go to get the camping outfit roa
aid, aged 5. The family has resided ties are essential to good govern -
turn to Portland to remain.
land has devoted herself to religious
LONDON, July 27.—Although the ' for the trip.
* 0 IBW‘
Mr. Meldrum's parents own
Repeal of of existing law under, W°r*‘
United States Is admittedly far In ad-
near Mr. Wfddoes has been connected with upon "'-«»-«•<
No party can
siderable valuable property
vance of the rest ot the world In the
dure excepting when united In a com
Portland, As the folks are getting !the reclamation service.
than one delegate to the national con- 1,otlce wl‘en he broke hie leg at the general science of carving the human
WASHINGTON. D. C„ July 37
Funeral services were held at
old, Mr. Meldrum will have to look
vention, or presidential elector, and!®,e ot 17> *bile skating. Next he body, 1,500 eminent surgeons of this " The blggeat man In public life* -
after tbe handling of the business, the Methodist church Monday after- of government which tend to the pub
' restoration of the right to vote for ifot el*ht da’'*' r<x,m arrest tor shoot- country and Canada have come to
physically received congratulati« «
KPV I |*aK
ivuuvr vaaanuu, nuu IIIW ff?*-
but hopes sometime to be able to re- noon at 4 o'clock, , conducted
The remains are to «else of .11 of the function, of gov-
nat,onal d«'*««te of hl. party, |‘“f naar « big powder m.gaxlne, a London to learn some new things In today upon his forty-third birth« r
turn to Klamath Falls to live.
E U. Richards. TL» .-.«—I.»
and for the nominee of hla party for/^ n* ,,®rnly forbidden by military which British members of the profea- anniversary Senator Ollie Jam«» t
Mr. Meldrum has to give up an ex- be taken to Smith Center, Kansas, for ernment by the people in their rep- rmsIHonllnl
presidential electors i instead
of being orders.
.ton are said to excel.
Kentucky. He stands about 6 feet
ceilent position here with tbe Cal-'burial.
Soon after, becoming a lieutenant
For the first time In history the, weighs over 300 and Is one of i
of views, conference
ifornia-Oregon Power company, and
dential elector when he is entitled In the army, he was assigned to the I Clinical Congress of Surgeons of, democratic leaders and most popu
LONDON,-- July 25.—The example and elimination of factional dlffer-
while be has been hoping that It
to four; and one delegate to tbe na- garrison in Prague and attached to North America Is meeting In a foreign rn«*n In congress,
would be possible for him to come iel by Mrs. Margaret 8tockman, ofenc*R are necessary to efficient con-
tional convention, when he Is en- a regiment of dragoons. Karl was «ountry, having accepted the Invlta-1
back here, be finds that there is no Hempstead Garden Suburb, in so trol of political parties by the people,
titled to vote for ten.”
Inclined to lead a merry life and this tlon of a delegation of British sur-
If flirtation I» a coeducational ât-
chance for the present,
con- ■ framln *=■
S ber W,H •» w to wtotuuvaav
her i | "Under the existing
resulted In some of the officers who I geons at the Chicago convention last stltutlon this town ought to be I
dition of the real esl itate market does on,y 8On ,f w°men don’t get the vote th®re '■ no choice made by the people
were boon companions of bls being I year to hold Its fifth annual session ot diploma».
not look favorable for . a ■»«_
sale except , before her death 1«
representatjve or in their col- IM ARUHDUKE KARL BIG
ENOUGH TO HANDLE WAR? transferred elsewhere,
in this city.
od by other prominent and wealthy lectlve capacity. The candidates at
at a great sacrifice.
In Prague also he received the| Al the opening meeting tonight the |
woman suffragists, according to a
VIENNA, July 27. — Archduke greater part of his education.
In delegates will be formally welcomed
either by themselves, because they
statement made by her today.
Karl Franz Joseph, merely a major spite of his boyhood pranks and fond-! by Sir Rickman J. Godlee, chairman
Under the terms of the will, as re
of Infantry in the Austrian army at nets for fun and frolic, bls teachers of the London committee, and by
cently altered by Mrs. Stockman, all some undisclosed and aecret influ
present, who may be called to the spoke highly of his studiousness and United States Ambassador Page and
her property will go to her only ence, clique or class.
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)|iten t0 an ad<lreR1) by th’e r#.
throne any day, has been set at work ability to learn.
WASHINGTON, D. C„ July 25.— daughter and to her other female rel
to "cram" In order to fit himself |n
president, Dr George E. Brew-
The interstate commerce commission atives, unless parliament passes a Is an Instrument in the banda of the
the shortest possible time to guide pretty girls and music of the "Merry J er, of New York.
Make mlglity flne eating
today granted tbe Union Pacific lines woman suffrage bill before the instru
the destinies of twenty-six national Widow" order wia very pronounced
During the next five days the vis- '
when In,camp, hut Jus'
subvert tbe functions of government
permission to close the Colorado gate ment becomes operative.
ities in the dual monarchy of Austria
' while In Prague. It is
Is said that hn
ha I Itors will be given opportunity
ounort tin It v of
the Name It's a might)
"I feel that my daughter is po and increase tbe burden of taxation. Hungary.
ways for general traffic between ex
¡attended no less than fifty perform- [ Intimate study of the latest British
good Idea to be well aup.
"Voluntary associations of Individ
clusive points on that system in Or litically handicapped,” she says, "and
Announcement of the promotion
ancea of the operette "A Waltz j clinical methods at demonstrations to
plied with some of th«
egon, Washington and Missouri river I want her to have a corresponding uals, under various names. In the
be conducted In the various London
advantage economically. I am be-
r°rm of clubs, have undertaken to
Colonel is expected dally, The young i Karl alao wa* Quite a "movie I hospitals,
Lumber and fruit are exempted
the economic 1,1 Klffite
tbe abuses and evils of the
ea on winning to realize that
man who suddenly and unexpectedly fiend.” He had the keenest Interest average of twenty a day. General
tbe protest by shippers
question is at the bottom of all the ;dlreft
to within perhaps a few and delight In moving picture shows. sessions will be held each evening at
This ruling gives .. the difficulties of English women. an(j candidates who are self nominated,
of the three« through the Upon one occasion the "movie the the Savoy and Cecil Hotel» at which
HAMS AND BACON
Union Pacific the benefit of the long therefore if there Is anything that the with indifferent results.
murder of Archduke Ferdinand, has ater In Payerbach-Relchennu flew papers will bo road and discussed by
woman of the present generation can
been given a staff of military Instruc bls colors from the building In honor the foremost surgeons of both Eng-
d° to put the women of tbe next gen tention of the public, and their
not only for an emer
tors and officials to Initiate him into of his one hundredth visit within a luntl and America.
A LITTLE FINE
eration on a proper economic basis
gency, hut for a «hang«
the mysteries of statesmanship and compartfvely short time.
secret without disclosing the names
OF TEN THOUSAND they ought to do it.
in Ilio menu. You nevei
Princess Zita, the future empress,
government policies. He Is burning
Accurate Informal Ion about
"Although I cannot mention names, of those responsible for the promo
the midnight oil and Is devoting him Is the thirteenth of twenty children. Klamath Basin. H«*e Chllcote,
LANSING, Mich., July 28,—Ths I know a number of other women who tion of their candidacy. It Is no jus
self to these studios In a way that la Although she has an attractlce face Main
Michigan supreme court today con are thinking of taking the same step.” tification that the people behind these
candidates may be Influential or Im earning him much praise and ad and pleasant manners, it is only by
victed the National Cash Register
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courtesy that she could be described
Money to loan on ranches and city
company of Dayton, Ohio, of unlaw
There are two kinds of Insurance. partial, or that the candidates pro
as beautiful or queenly In bearing. property. B. F. Shepherd, 617 Main
ful reatralnt of trade, and lined the Chllcote writes the kind that pays. moted may be representative and
worthy. The people are entitled to