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MONDAY, Al'Gl'HT 24, 1014
THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
GERMAN ARMY, PRACTICALLY
CERMANS [HIER CUT OF BRUSSELS
FOUR MINUTE ECLIPSE UST RIO»
WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. 11.—
Astronomers and «tar gazers In many
parts of the world were up at sun
rise today to observe the eclipse of
Society notice« should be
Commander of Hie Occupying Force A<<01<II11K to Wer Department, the
For just a few seconds after «un
Promise« to Protect th«* Inliubltaula
rise, observers in the United States
of Belgium'» Capital, But Aliti«
r.orth of Washington and as far west
Minister Makea Formal Protest to
Tliat There Will Be Reprlaals if
as Indianapolis were permitted just
Belgium Citizen« Attempt Any In
Belgian Neutrality Stand.
iruikes the following statement today: ¡the slightest part of the moon’« «had-
terference Willi Plans.
¡white sweet peas and white cosmos. |motto is:
(By Pres» Committee)
France 1« not unmindful of the aid 'ow on the sun. The map prepared
At tiie close of the lecture Mis« Eliza 1 Every Land.
of Belgium in tills crisis. France does ; by the naval observatory at Wash
’I lie lecture Wednesday «veiling by
WASHINGTON, I). C., Aug. 22.—
ANTWERP, A uk . 21,—(Via Tlu-
beth Grigsby, the youngest daughter
not intend to ubandou tills ally in ington shows that the path of total
¡The following is issued by the war I u rs. Lillian Mltchner, pre«inedt of
liague)— This city is in u state of
¡of Mr. and Mrs. B. 8. Grigsby, came
Two marriages within the week this extremity, und nothing will be ity of the eclipse began up la the ex
the Kansas W. C. T. U., was clear and ¡forward, and in the name of the W. C. past have brought down the congrat
siege. Foreigner»» »ill tie asked Io
treme north pom- region of the West
I "Neither side in the European war convincing, and wuh well received by S'. U. of Klamath Falla, presented Mrs. ulation of the many friends of the left umlone to free Belgium from ern hemisphere.
It extends e««t-
lii«K Allw-rt «ml his general Matt jeun claim what could be called a de- a lurge and uppreclutlvo audience. ¡Mltchner with a beautiful bouquet of contracting parties upon their happy
ward to Norway, Sweden, Russia and
The last French soldier and the
are here, and the forts are mauiied I clslvo victory.
i hand-made sunflowers. The audience heads. On Saturday night Elder S.
- Persia. In this zone about 100 miles
Thu statistics site gave in regard to
French money will be used, if
for a r«*sistai«'e as stublMin*as that] j "The French are steadily contlnu-
then adjourned to‘the basement for ! D. Harlan performed the ceremony
|v/iJi-, tbe eclipse was visible In its
Ing to gain ground in Alsace, and the the difference in administration in ¡refreshment«, where they were treat- ¡uniting Robert Clair Arnold and iiecessury, for Belgium's protection. totality for about four minutes.
There is serious concern over the
Many government went to large
Hteamers here will lake «11 non- Germans have forced a large part of Missouri and Kansas were eye-open led to an abundance of Ice cream and Edna Elliott, culminating a romance
Officials admit i
expense to fit out expeditions to ob
combatants to Englund ami France, «»'•’ Belgian-French army to retire on ers, and those who heard her must
of two years’ duration. The groom
that the Germans have overrun all of
serve the eclipse In tbe zone entirlty,
und then tiie city will be defended to Antwerp, but the big problems of the surely have been convinced as to the ;<-r’s table were Mrs B. 8. Grigsby, ' is wall known in local athletic and
Northern Belgium, and outposts in
conti let are still unsettled.
¡county president of Klamath County musical circles, being a baseball
but the United States, feeling that
advantages of the enforced prohlbl-
the south are retiring before the ad-I
the eclipse has no great scientific im
"These are preliminary skirmishes, j
i W. C. T. U.; Mrs. Frances Boyd, local I player and a musician. For the past
, , '
Itlon law in a state. The lecture was1 president of Klamath Falls Union,
portance, and that it will be fully ob-
year he has been connected with the
GHENT, A uk . 21.—The inuin Ger and are only a prelude to the large
Practically unopposed, the Ger- served by the Swedish and Russian
task when tho main armies meet."
1101 entirely devoted to statistics, but( and Rev. and Mrs. Childs of Ashland, Star theater, and also with wood
man army, lieiid«*«! by the Kcneral
Belgian Minister Havenlth today |
Punctuated by well put illustra- who have been in the county for some working enterprises. The bride is the mans are sweeping toward Ostend, astronomers, made no such provision,
staff, entered Brussels today, after the
It hud been planned by private en
formally protested to Bryan the Ger-|t10»8- r,le lecluro Wtt8 P> «faced by ¡time working in the interest qf th« daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Elli pressing both banks of the Muese.
cavalry entry yesterday. The entry
Namur is isolated.
dry state. Th« table was decorated ott, and has resided here many years,
terprise some time ago to send an
was made by two main i -< mi <I s from
The Germans and Austrians are expedition to observe the eclipse ln
¡schenbacher and Mehatfey, a solo by with sunflowers. At the table at the attending the local schools.
endeavoring to envelop the French Persia, but this was abandoned when
, ¡Lawrence Mehaffey and a song by left of Mrs. Mltcliener were seated
"Every Belgian will resist this VlO-
Tim Burgomaster, kiii I h -«1 in olll-
¡seven girls. The audience room was f Hon. R. A. Booth, candidate for Unit of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Prather, be fore® at Mulhausen, and a battle is it was learned that it would necessi
ciul rubes, met the German«, ami de- | lation until the last,” he said.
tustefully decorated, the color scheme ed States senator; Captain O. C. Ap came the wife of Ross Clifford Sim imminent.
tate the invasion of extremely wild
Government dispatches from
tnanded protection for his people un
Citizens on Tongres, Belgium, are and remote country. Inhabited by
^Janerlo say tiie British crulH«r Glas-|
der the international law.
W. C. T. U. emblem of purity, and Emmitt and O. A. Stearns. The lec- performed by Rev. J. S. Stubblefield, said to have fired from their houses tribesmen who might make astrono
This the German commamler prom gow lias captured tho German Bteam- ¡yellow, that of suffrage.
A large ture and reception was a success, ow- pastor of the First Presbyterian upon a regiment of Uhlans. The lat mers targets for spear hurling.
ised, althouKh he u<l<l<*<l tluit repris ler Santa Katrina, and the German white bow, with the words “Welcome ing to the untiring labors of the local church,
When it was considered that all of
The happy couple will re- ter retaliated by burning the town,
als will follow any attempts of Bel ■cruiser Dresden hns sunk the British to Oregon” on the loops, and ”1914 W. C. T. U., under the leadership of side at
the groom's fine farm near and compelled the inhabitants to the observations must be made in
gians to interfere »ith his plans.
march for two miles with their hands'four minutes, and that the slightest
Dry” on the ends, was suspended their president, Mrs. Boyd. The W. Olene.
In the air.
, ¡hitch or a cloud would spoil them,
from the arch above the speaker's C. T. U. of Klamath Falls is compos
The war office admits that the al- all thoughts of an expedition were
head. The Stars and Stripes were ed of a body of women who have the
patches say tliat the burgomaster of I LONDON, Aug. 2.—The Japanese fittingly placed above the bow. The interests of other mothers and their morning for Oakland, where she will lies are soon to feel the entire Ger- I forgotten. Many scientists who wished
U| V« decorations
W V/1 Ul IV/ilO were
” V< U OUUIIVOUIO)
sunflowers, children at heart, and are working spend several months with relatives man strength. It admits that the to observe the phenomenon despite
Louvain met the German forces at j
Kan!ia8 gUte flower; . ________
g0|den gloW, for the uplift of mankind. Their
numerical strength of the Germans the war, went to Riga uud Kief, Rus-
the city gate. Tho Germans showed, ply to Japan's ultimatum to Germany . ¡lhe
and doing special study work.
a friendly attitude, and promised to fcx>,irM nt 10 ,onlg,lt' N®w York ------------------------------------------------------
has compelled the French to retire sia. which were both directly in the
leave the city unharmed If the lnhabjtlmo' and 4 °’cV’ck S1,nday m°rn,ng' M<CALL SECURES
■ path of the total eclipse.
'¡ng McCall, and they lauded his effi
Hants did not resist.
"Beyond assisting in the astronomy
ciency in highest terms. In the short
LONDON, Aug. 22.—The Tele-1 of the moon's position from its ob-
time he lias been agricultural agent,
Pronunciation of Names Made
THE HAGUE, Aug. 21,—Berlin ad-1 SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 22 —With
graph’s Belgian correspondent warns served contacts with the son, th« prac
Max A. McCall has received still he has attained results that show for
Prominent hy War
vices say that a big patriotic demon- l“‘r decks cleared for action, the Jap-‘
England to prepare to bear the brunt tical results of a solar eclipse have
ou”t"of ianoll“’r l,romollon. On Saturday he themselves, and while his friends in
stratlon followed the announcement
cruiser Idzumo «teamed
of the resistance against Germany, been so fully covered by previous
¡received a telegram from Ira D. Car and out of town rejoice at his good
Aix La Chappelle—Aks-La-Sha-
of the fall of Louvain. At that time. the >>arbor this afternoon,
expeditions that no important new re
diff, director of the experiment sta- fortune, they regret his departure
"Th« Germans are advancing like sults are anticipated from today’s
th« falling of Brussels was not known
tions of the Washington state col
¡All Like the Film.
a tidal flood. It is rumored that the observations,” said Captain J. A.
lege, slating that be was authorized
line of the allies is to retreat to forti Hoogewerff, superintendent of the
The German general staff expects: That "Lucille Love" Is a
by President Enock A. Bryan to ten-
fied positions on the French boun naval observatory.
no further checks, Btatlng that tho film of unusual interest was shown
der McCall the vice directorship of
French will not put up as stubborn a ¡by the attendance at the Orpheus last
The eclipse was of value chiefly in
tli« dry land demonstration and ex
fight as did the Belgians.
nlKht. A crowd of over 400 attended
correcting the world’s time, although
Floyd Farrar Sr. is here from Rich
CETTINJE, Aug. 22.—It is an- usually this is so precisely calculated
The papers print long lists of ca«- t<> witness the installment, and the
The wire urge« McCall to accept, mond, Calif., visiting his daughter,
theater was packed to capacity at the
that the Austrians were re- from the movement« of the stars that
and this lie will do. it will be aev- Mrs. C. R. I>e Lap, and family, and
pulsed all day yesterday in an attack it doesn't vary the slightest fraction
era! weeks before he leaves, how-
on the Servian position at Grahavo.
of a second.
ANTWERP, Aug. 21.—According
ever, as he will make tils successor Coon, besides renewing acquaintance
to late arrivals. th« condition of real-¡JURY CALENDAR
The war office, referring to the
Time fs tallied by clocks kept in a
dents of the parts of Belgium occu-|
JUST ARRANGED1 here thoroughly acquainted with con-
vault at the naval observa-
make an indefinite stay.
I <t it ions.
pied by the Germans Is pitiable. It
Austrians lost 25.000 killed, wounded tory in Washington, in which the tem-
Prior to his departure from Klam
is alleged tliat the Germans nave
After dismissing all of the Jury-1. McC“»’8
Position, in addition
perature does not change the tenth
St. Trond—San Tron.
slezed all food stuffs, and that many men from further duty until Septem-/0 ‘u«'™88«’'! 8*'*«-y. ‘8 a*80 desirable ath Falls about twelve years ago, Mr.
part of a degree during the entire
Shiermonnlk Ogg — Sheer-Mon-
Fa i rar conducted a grocery store at
ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 22.—The year, and it is not expected that the
houses have been burned. The gov her 14th, Circuit Judge Henrv L. Ben-ifrom the fact thdt 1,0 " in be «lven
war bureau announces the entire Rus observations of the eclipse today will
ernment is arranging to care for the son has arranged a calendar of jury ¡°‘,l,ortun!,y to •!’<»'»'*«’ in Ury l«nd ;
trials for after that dnte. The judge. ' **xPoriment work, at which he is espe-1 the Hum hardware store is located,
sian army is taking offensive points necessitate re-setting of these clocks.
In the meantime, will go north for a ‘ ,a"y successful.
on the entire Prussian and Austrian
The scientific world is looking for
WILL HAUL KIDH
I K w“8 ln 1910 ,ha* McC«n 8r«U- posed of it to the late James Mon-
ward to a total eclipse of the sun
the Oregon Agricultural Col- **’*“•
which will be visible in the United
TO THE SCHOOLS I J ollowlng is the calendar arranged , : mated
, _ .
lege. A year nfter he finished he
In addition Mr. Farrar owned the
States for a few minutes on February
Maddox vs. Loomis. September 14.1
. . „„
NO WA CERTAINTY 3, 1916, weather permitting. No Im
Horton vs. Nichols, September 16. i '' * Ca lod bnck to the Colle«e and Property now occupied by the Jacobs
Frank Bryant has just been award
Sauber vs. 8. P. Co.. September 18. |was an instructor there for two years. >>! -°e.. at the corner of Sixth and Main. UNI) NEW BURN-
ed the contract for transporting the
portant eclipse are scneduled to take
leaving to come to Klamath Falls to
Although about 80 years old, Mr.
IN LAVA BEDS
The county fair board met Friday place before that tim*.
pupils to and from the Mills school ■ Dyer vs. Nell, September 19.
I ¡take charge of the new agricultural Farrar is far from being decrepit,
and appointed M. A. McCall and Fred
and to and from the bridge leading to | Stowman vs. Savidge Bros., Sep-
p ourse at Klamath County high 'and he is kept busy exchanging hearty
BUTTE, Mont., Aug. 21.—That
the Riverside school.
Back from a sojourn of several Peterson to act as agents for the
'greetings with old timers.
The bus will be operated from the ‘ Stowman vs. Savidge Bros., Sep- school.
days In the Modoc Lava Beds came board In arranging for fairs at Fort woman suffrage will carry two to
city limits to the Mills school. The tember 22.
In this position, McCall in two
Fred B. Dunbar and Kirk White Klamath, Merrill and Bonanza, giving one when the constitutional amend
I. o. O. F. HEAD
delivery to the West Side school will I Brower vs.
night, with a report that they them full power to apportion funds, ment providing for equal suffrage
TO VISIT HERE believe they discovered another In appoint committees, secure speakers is put before the voters of Montana
only bo as far as the bridge across Ver 24.
the work, and the course under his
dian crematory. Their find is in the and attractions, or do any of the ( at the November election is the pre
guidance became one of the most im
¡vicinity of Bearfoot Cave, some dis things that may seem to further the diction made by the women at the
Home From Bonanza.
head of the suffrage movement here.
interests of these fairs.
Today's new« in The Herald.
tion to his work in this department, by the local Odd Fellows Lodge to tance from the stronghold.
Miss Feme Hoagland, who ha« been
In the opinion of chairmen of po
j arrange for the entertainment of
According* to the explorers, this
¡visiting in Bonanza for several days,
high school athletics, and his work Grand Master William Galloway, who burn is made out of one of the num be alloted to the above mentioned litical parties, this estimate Is some
returned home Thursday evening.
with the football, basketball and oth will be in Klamath Falls Friday even erous "blisters,” or bubbles in the localities, and each community given what high, but they admit that the
WILL A. LEONARD
ing, August 28th, on his official visit. I lava caused by steam pressure in its practically a free hand in planning I amendment is likely to carry by a
teams was exceptionally good.
At the Agency.
A program is to be arranged which ¡molten days. The floor of the burn Its own celebration.
When the legislature empowered
Mrs. J. C. Camp and daughter Carol
Headed by Jeanette Rankin, form-
¡is to be followed by a banquet. The showed no signs of recent visitation,
If possible, the various fairs will
White Maddox Bldg.
are spending a few days at the Klam
I meeting will be for members of all !&nd a number of perfect arrow heads be held on successive days, so as to < i ¡¡eld secretary of the National Suf-
ath Agency, visiting the officials.
f: ge Association, the women of
the state and nation, Klamath county branches of the order, including the were found among the ashes and make a circuit through the county.
Arrangements will be made to Montana are conducting a whirlwind
people turned to the Oregon Agricul Rebekah Lodge.
place the matter in the bands of local campaign which will not end until the
tural College for a man to carry on
Acctirate information about the
committees at once, so that work may votes ure cast in November.
the work here
President Kerr and Klamath Basin. See Chili-ote, fl.V
Miss Rankin, a Missoula, Mont.,
Dean Cordley lost no time in suggest- Main.
girl, resigned her position as field
; n SETTING the «tage for the
OAKLAND, Aug. 22. — Samuel secretary of the national orgaala*-
¡transferring of the Mexican govern- ] Spitz, who invented the “wireless Gon
New York last winter to ac-
inent to the constitutionalists, th« eye,” will be tried shortly on a charge cel1 th® chairman of the Montana
back door was left conveniently open of obtaining money by falso pre- b.qual Suffrage Association.
for a counter revolution. Nobody tenses. Spitz said the "wireless eye" i
¡expect« lasting peace. It Is quite im worked on the principle of the wire-
u From Visit.
Ask your friends who have purchased her,
possible for those fellows to exist less telegraph. It was effective only
Deputy County Clerk Chas. F. De
information will bo truthful. Then visit
¡without a revolution. They were born at night. You looked into a kind of
and wife returned Saturday from
revoh.ting, and will revolute in the .periscope and could see th« country A«hland, where they visited th* f*r-
for miles around.
mer’s twin brother, Chester De Lap.
Next Door to Postoffice
It would be of immense value to J-
Griffith also went to Ashland
UNCLE SAM will soon be "Uncle” imll,tiry and naval commanders, ac- «‘“> th«m, to figure on shipping a
in fact as well as in name. Europe cordlng to the *“V«ntor, in guarding carload of hogs here from there. He
’ will be holding out its hat.
against surprise attacks. Many peo- decided that this would be unproflt-
[ pie thought it would revolutionize ab'®. however, at the price wanted by
Spitz was authority for the
Ashland men. p I ub the freight,
THE UNITED STATES is a mighty p -----
to make your first deposit you
big country, with some mighty little]
meet many men bound in the
have been true, that the government' Prentiss Returns.
people in It. Beef barons and mar-
same direction—men whose
! was going to buy the invention.
Gr. O. H. Prentiss, a veterinary
I ket manipulators, for Instance.
known here, returned last night
company you will be glad to be
a sojourn of several months In
In. They represent the most
APPALLING! There Is only two ¡returned Friday from a fortnight's , Roseburg and Eastern Oregon. He
progressive business men in
weeks' supply of imported beer
sojourn around Camp No. 5 on the int®nds to remain in Klamath.
the community, Put yourself
in the United States.
South Fork of the Rogue River. Each]
in that class by starting your
shot a buck.
¡Here From Minneapolis.
OF KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THIS CRUEL and bloody and wlck-
Mrs. F. H. Rogers of Minneapolis
¡ed and useless war is coming right] Earl McCoy and Stanley Smith are 1R
8uest °f City School Superln-
doesn't matter. Start with what
¡home to us. fi.«.
startling announce- I j rusticating in the vicinity of Crater indent R. H. Dunbar and family. She
U. 8. DEPOSITARY
Is a cousin of Mrs. Dunbar.
, ment is made . that
are ' Lake.
jin danger. The cigarette paper sup-|
ply is about exhausted, and no more
To distribute the banks asset« in «iich u way as to maintain under
IF FOOD STUFFS _______
go much higher
are two hintin of __________
¡can be imported from France or Chilcote write« the kind that pay«.we w<» have to imitate the bear and
any conditions and at all time« an ample reserve to meet the demands
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
of it* depositors and take care of it* borrowing customer*.
■ Austria. Let's mediate.
HERLIN ADVICES HAY FRENCH
BRITIHH-GERMAN HH1PH OFF THE
Wil J. BE EAHIER TO WHIP
THAN THE BELGIANH
English Correspondent Refers to (he
Teuton Advance aa u “Tidal Wave. »»
Says Great Britain Must Bear the
Brunt of Resistance to Thia Force.
Big Battle Is Imminent in the Mui-
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