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♦ REACHEHKVEKYONM •
« IN KLAMATH COL'NT Y ♦
KLAM a IM FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1914
FRANCE STILL BATTLEGROUND
Germans Join Austrians, Preventing Their Annihilation
READY TO GIVE UP
German Armored Automobile and Aeroplane Guns
j GERMANS, RETIRING,
CROSS OVER MARNE
I Sltrd I'rew Servira
M>N|H>X. H»pl. I U.-—A«l »!«<•» fiotti Pelrugrail are that the Hu*«lnii
rur-ign ulti < .»!••• 1« huotria tu «tir for
within ten «lays.
LIIANI. Nrpt. to—lt I» uffleiaily ndnillt« il herr <hnt In the Millllari
(Hrrstloa« ihu» far i I m - tn«irian kllb d. «vuunded an<l iiii»«ing loini* «vrr
|gl>,<MNi ui'n Thia I« a quartet <>f II s »trriigtli ut the emi rv flr«i Iin« <>(
ihr »rlin. In niltlill«ili, «nortlioU* i|U. ItlHIe* of «upplli-« und muttiilona l»a»t-
breti 1' M
Dl« «■•••mnnit «H un Iloa in grat« Ihruughonl the tl uni empire.
lleinll« of the losaee lm »e not bt*n rrvelvrd complrfely. il I« kiitos n
ihtMfgh. Ilmi nt veral prominmi «rmy '»m» er* an* nnuuig tl»« «luin
Il |n belkvt-d liiat Iinani« InirmlS to «tl» nm e Into lieriin vln Nih-nla
I’KTR og R tl». Hept. IO.—German troop« arriving l«»< night have
hmiily reiaforred the routed Austrian arm I«« remnuintleff by General«
(laukl sad von AuffoQburg, and flgh'-
isg in Oalacta baa been resumed
Th» line of battle extend» from
west of Raws-Ruska
through fledowa to a point nmr ths
It ws* the plan of Geueral Rous-
tky. cornru*tiding th« Rueelau force*,
to surround the (!••«!ua Austrians,
with the aid of the newly arrived
Rustlan form from Warsaw, and to
WBplitely annihilate them
KAIHI ICH Folti I s IIAll BE-
The timely arrival of the Germane
TKKATEll TO BEYOND Mil
prevented this, though, and as a re
sult one of the fiercest engagements
>1A VM EN
of the campaign la waging, with over
1,000.000 troops participating
Before the (let mana arrived, Rous- I oiled Pros* Service
These two terrible weapons of war days The auto la of high power, and , photograph show« un aeroplane gun
sky captured 12,000 Austrians and
BORDEAUX, flpt. 10.--The war
contains two rapid Are guns which operated on an automobile. These
■re not known In the last conflict
thlrty-on« gun* Tlie captured men
are shot when the car Is running at have been so useful that little has
Include 150 officers of th« Fifth corps,
between France and Germany, but top »peed. They are operated within been heard of French .aeroplane«
including the commander of th« divi French troop« are again re-occupylng they aro doing deadly work now. The
a ateel hood, so the gunner is safe since the first week of the war. The
all of Upper Alance. Thia force la
sion at ttawn-Ruika.
pluming a cooperation with French | photograph above »hows an armored from everything except heavy shells , guns, built by Krupp, are believed to
automobile, with which hundreds of The chauffeur sits under the hood in be dangerous to an aeroplans which
Mr. «nd Mm Lewis Bennett and forces In Lorraine.
front covered with steel. He sees tomes near enough to the earth to see
The Germans are «aid to be retir Belgium» and French have been
two children «topped In this city last
from the small opening. The lower I anything of value when scouting.
night on the way to their home In
Medford after an automobile trip fice thinks that If the German force
lujjure« Her Hand.
of several bundrsd ml tee through is defeated northeast of Paris. It will
Miss Cora Nipper sustained a badly
Central and Eastern Oregon
lacerated right band while splitting
kindling a couple of days ago
May Have Motive For
Murder oí J. Medili
The blood-stained saddle found at fur us Round Valley, for it was from
•be McLeod . ibln below Midland was the IJound Valley ranch owned by
»<*t the property of Jack Medlll, who Edler that the saddle was taken.
Williams claimed that he has had
M here In July with Frank Williams I
the saddle In his possession for a long
and never returned. Instead, Dave time, but said he did not have It with
•‘•ng, claims that a him when he and Medlll left here, it
«•dill« was tolcn from him about the Is known that he had It when he
m* William* was In the Kono reached Bonanza on the way back.
Pflngs country, anil his description
The theory of the sheriff’* ofllce 1»
with tho saddle found nt that Williams stole the saddle at the
• claim where Williams moved after Etlier ranch, and that lie and Medlll
«•murder of the homesteader.
quarreled about this, Medlll remon
Wednesday by at-1 strating against the theft, and that
’aches ()f n,« sheriff's office,
____ , who, Williams killed him.
lb" dny making inquiries
Regarding where Medlll was sup
“ro"nd Keno Springs. . They , hoard* posed to have gone, Williams has told
™.any . »lories wim
...... . 0 M'»r»
mat COI1-• several stories, none of which were
*<1 with the stories told by Wll-l satisfactory. II" »l»o !'“ld Medl11 ww
aild 11 •» expected that some an escaped convict, and felt fearful of
fn nUHlv” •»•donee will soon bo being re-arrestod he left the outfit In
Williams' hands to keep for him till
'*10 »addle, spotted later on, and lit out.
1 lood, and the discovery of Its
Last night William» was arraigned
oorshiii, <-|,.Mrw up iPVernl ll0|nU' before Justice of the Peace (lowen on
ronn,“n*>c,lon "•••> tho mystery stir- a charge of murdering "Scotty" Mc
H may also prove Leod. I lie
-------- hoarlng. and was
motive for the killing of Medlll, bound over to the grand jury. W. H
• wn- done away with.
A. Renner, attorney for the accused,
din1 Ig„known ••«»• Williams and Me stated that Williams' full name was
“ *”1’ th°y l®ft here with the lat- Frank Williams Hedgcspath, but that
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and outfit went bo- he lies not used the latter name for
Kano Springs, and at least as several years.
COING 10 MEET
WHLR CASE IS
Off for the Wilds.
Thad McHattan left this morning
for a deer hunt.
PARIS, Sept, io.—Governr Gallieni’« latest report follows:
••The allien are repelling the enemy everywhere. General von Buelow'it
11 ini'i i i ■ mi nts have not arrive«!, and ns a result, the Germans have been
driven across the VI«rue and northivard toward Belgium.
i.urly today the German center was reinforced, and made a gallant but
futile attt nipt to mover lost ground. As the two flanks failed to make
■t.riU. advancer' thin imd to be abandoned to prevent the allien from break
ing through and exterminating the center line.
The latest Bordeaux dispatch on the situation follows:
“Violently sttackni by the French on the right trank of the Ourcq,
the tight wing of the German army h » r> tired >' the north of Petit Morn.
“The |>r«igress of our troops is n «table north of Sezanne.
"There ate violent encounters with alternate forward and track ward
■uovements at our center.
"Tlie «itur.tion at Nancy and along the Vosges fe» good.“
Gen< tai Ere ncli, coin mantling the British, reports tliat many German
pr'foners have been taken. The Germans arc refxrrted utterly exhausted
by their effort».
Tile following was «ent to London by the British staff:
"The Germans are retreating before the whole line. The British
troops have crossed the Maine in a northerly direction, following up the
Pease's Last Appearance.
Dr. J. O. Goble, a well known
One more oportunity will be given
Klamath Falls people to bear Rollin Rogue River Valley optician, came In
Pease, the wonderful baritone, who last night from Medford, accompa
gave such a splendid concert Tuesday nied by Mrs. Goble, and they will
night. Mr. Pease will sing at the spend a month or six weeks here. The
Sunday school convention meeting at doctor is well known in Klamth Falls,
the Christian church tonight, and will as he has made several visits here In
leave in the morning with Mrs. Pease the past.
► for St. Paul. Mrs. Bert Carl Thomas
will also sing at tonight's meeting, I Goes to Fort.
Miss Louise Sargent left today for
and Rev. C. A. Phipps of Portland
will tell of the world's Sunday school the Worden ranch at Fort Klamath,
where she will spend the week end.
conference In Chicago thia year.
District Fairs to
Be Big Features
Klamath Falls people are planning end Speeches will be made by prom
take In the district fairs to be held inent men during the day, and in the
ATTORNEYS FOR .MRS. DAVEN-
BESIDES THE KNIGHTS, A NUM
evening the day's fun will be brought
this month at Merrill, Bonanza and
to a close with an all night grand
BER OF SIIRI NEHM WILL MAKE
Fort Klamath, and from preparations ball. It Is believed that several hun
Klamath Water Users Association
POLICE COCRT BY A TEMPO- now under way, there 1s every reason dred will run down from here for the
IHE TRIP TO ASHLAND. AM»
will be held Saturday. At that time
to expect great things at the fairs show, and that Klamath Falla busi
matters will be taken up with the rec « RABY RESTRAINING ORDER
TAKE PART IN THE FUN
district fairs take the place of a ness houses will have exhibits there.
E. 9. Terwilliger, C. S. Blake and
i county fair this year, and the county
I fair money wae divided between the W. C. Dunning are the executive com
Just how effective the city ordi
Three or fur auto loads at least of
mittee. They will give attention to
nance is regarding sprinkling hours
the members of Calvary Coinmandry
Besides this money, the people of all Inquiries as to concessions, etc.
Knights Templar are planning on
is a matter that is going to be fully! the three towns have taken up col
The Clover Leaf country’s fair will
Journeying to Ashland, to attend the
decided before the charge of violat lections, and in every case there will be held at Bonanza on September 15.
State Commundry. to be held there
ing it, preferred against Mrs. W. C. be valuable prizes for the winners in Instead of having the dance as a
September 24. Dr. L. L. Truax. Mil
closing feature, the Bonanzaites will
! Davenport, is settled. At the time every competition.
burn Knapp, Kip Van Riper. George
It was hoped that a number of state hold this affair on the night of the
set for the trial Wednesday evening | candidates would be brought in for 24th. Many Klamath Falls people
J. WallOU and E. It. lleames, by vir
tue of their offices, are delegates The
Attorneys Oneill and Manning de the fairs to address the people at each and practically all of the candtdatee
REPORT OF GENERAL FRENCH
others will attend and participate In
manded a jury trial, so the case was! district, but the most of them will be will be there In full force.
SHOWS THAT BRITISH TROOPS 'Continued until this morning by Po unable to be here then, and at the
The plans for the Bonanza show
For the Masons who are also
Pendleton Round-Up Immediately af are practically the same as at Mer
CARRIED BRUNT OF THE DE
Shriners there will be a double at
terwards. It -Is more than possible rill. Inquiries as to concessions, eto.,
Last night the defense secured a
traction, for In the evening the mem
that instructors from the Oregon^ should be addressed to 3. O. Ham-
FENSIVE WORK OF ALLIES
temporary Injunction signed by Judge
Agricultural College will hold Insti aker, one of the committee. Bonan
bers of Hillah Temple will hold a big
Worden, restraining the city officials
ceremonial, and initiate a humber of
tutes at each place during the fairs. i za people have raised a considerable
from trying the case, so until Circuit'
Merrill’s fair will he held Friday, sum for special prizes
candidates, This will be preceded by I nlted l i ess Service
Ji.dge Henry L. Benson returns the
Just what the Fort Klamath plane
18th. A delegation from
a parade, and Medford, Klamath
LONDON, Sept. 10,—-Acordlng
case is at rest.
there was in Klamath Fails Wednes are nothing definite has been given
Falls, Jacksonville and nearby towns I
report just submitted by General i The outcome is being watched with >
day, and they promise a big time for out yet. but the hustling spirit of the
will all be represen ted by comic
Interest by Klamath Falls people
French, the British forces carried the |
all who attend. The fair will be held Wood River Inhabitants is so well
burden of holding back the Germans
at the school house, and there will be known that all the Klamath country
JAPAN SAYS SHE
of agricultural, horticultural, knows that what the Fort tackles and
IS WITH ALLIES
domestic art and other products. puts on In the way of a fair, a cele
Shriners regarding their partici pa- army officers aro disposed to criticise
There will also be prizes for school bration—or even a baseball game—
the French for lact of co-operation,
work, and a stock show and parade will be staged In proper style from
and think they failed to appreciate ¡United Presa Service
“soup to nuts.” Therefore, without
will be held in the streets.
Several auto loads of county offi- the gravity of their situation. . A
The visitors here Wednesday asked awaiting tidings from up that way
clals want-to-be officials and plain cit- persistent report Is In circulation that sured England that she will not enter
¡ten. left this morning for Crescent, the British have cut the German 'any peace agreement with Germany the Chamber of Commerce to secure there are several auto parties being
to attend the big rally up there to- front and that communications Is re and Austria unless the terms are sat a band for the big day at Merrill, and arranged to attend the Fort District
isfactory to England.
the directors are working toward this Fair
established with the
FRENCH TAKEN TO