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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914
Teutons Kesist Hard,
But Cant InaRe Advance
QesC|rj])es RUjneJ forts Germa^s Sa>. Tr0°Ps
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Allied Troops Suffer Heaviest Losses Says They Resemble the Craters of Dead Volcanos
Of War During Past Two
New German Guns Quickly Ruined Steel Turrets and Walls
Days Of Campaign
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Proceed as Decided
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Trppps Wprp By^apiJ AJpmu ln
France Needed Rest, Accord
ing To War Office
111.III.IN, (via Tin* Hague), Sept. IT.—Th«* war offir«* today wire-
th«» following to Geriiian embw»»i»> throughout tlie world:
"The French and Engliah report* of victories oxer our armies la
I ran««* are not true.
LONDON. Kept. IT
jrt.|MI„| that th«* ll«l<* oí »u««r»» I»«» t«inw»«l In tavoi of ilo* alli«»«
„rrjulws« . »!«•• t*“*1 ••»’«gh tin* Struggle »«III iiuiliniht«*<lly
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Ihr war ««rtln» •*>* *•«•• <«erm»U) Ita* <l«*»|»rr*lrl> t«l« <l Io
Jlrealtr. but *•> far lu»» Iali«l. Tlie foreign «»Bl««» «.«>• that
«liMlagc Hier»» ha« ln*eu lia* lireu for the nlllea.
"The retreat of the German weal wiug was a >ra«'tical maneuver. It
•■•>*■ im etlect utuUever on our strategical |M>«ifh>* ..ear Paris,
All attempts of tlu* Irencli to l>«,«.k ihrougli (he German .enter leave
■ •<•11 victoriously repulaetl by our fore«**,"
I I k * g«»n«*riil stall says thut'the Fr«*ti< h troop* are hailly «pent by thrp
iruitli Hs aaMiult* upon the points lieiug held by the Germans.
Th«» general staff explains the withdrawal from in front of Paris by
saying that the German troop* were all but exhausted by their rapid in.
vasion of France. It was de<"nr«»«l advisabh- to retire and rest, while sup
plies, etc., are <-on«entral«*d.
VNItlN, Sept. 17,—llghliug .oulluue* along Die Iin, ««lihotit mml«
fhag<r The goveti»ioctil expect* Che Germans to wltlulraw to New thio*,
alosg die Mur»«* Th«* «.rimali alta« ks on the munir) Iwlr fal|e<|
Tt«e alile*' I.Mc* during the laat two <b«)s have la*cn heavier than it
UJ Unie during the wai. The Getlitan mllllri) I* most «l«*adl>
Thr Fretui« «enter I« driving I mi « k It««* armi« s of th«* < mwn |»rhi< ••
osi Ihr Ruhe •>< NN urtemhurg «Ml ths Mu«»«*.
Tiu* rnetii)'» right wing, r««m|*unsl of lhe «on Ivluk .«ml
It Is announced that at all points, the I r« nch ¡.re more on the defens
ive than the offensive.
Ih«» war office insist* that the German force* are in no way threatened
by the allies, and that Paris will b«» inveatetl when lhe cmnimign plans are
worked out in full.
■ «auuasih hate lw*'ii rrlnf«>rc«sl, ami are «*nd«*avorlng <«> rr«unw> II.«'
<4ra>irr. The |ue«»urc on lite alli«*»' left
bar bsru wnl Irmo the Parts <l«'f«*ti*r mid
As a result of flu* r«Tlring of Prime I rederi. k NN llllnm'» forr e,
larnuiu» are heRrvetl to •»«- . ■•oipvllrd to ih I m * the >lcge of N«i<liiu
Th«* war office today announced that owing to the advamed age of
General von Housen. commander of th«* Germa u corps between the com
mand* of General von Buelow and Crow n Prime Frederick William. he
ha* been replaced by General von Eineni, former war minister, tienersl
von Housen is UN year* old.
Exerjwbrtr rlw the alite«' line« are re|H.rle<l holding, though tie
te-riuaa«. rrlnfor. mg. arc making a determined «lami.
CASE NEAR ENO BEST 10 BATTLES
tUMM. NIK,I Ml NIs MU III I Ni.
NITI II NOON
GORR INLAND IN KLAMATH RIN’» CONNECTICUT
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l it is SOLD TO NEW ARRIVALS.
Itl Mill 'I
MN Iti N Is
Kg Parade in Morning
III s| l;l I DIVISIONS
Tb* decision of the 11.000 damage l'tilte«l Press Service
wit brought by j. a Maddox vs.
ANTWERP. Sept 17
tiiirlm Loomi* will »oou be in lhe
¡iiinii» arc* withdrawing their ilium
laud» of the Jury, for after thro«
days of laklng testimony the uttor- forcte ti.'iii ih'igriiu .«id sending
C M Ouelll for Maddox and J • them to ItiiHHlu mid Frau««» lt<*««»rvr
H. (srnahxii for the defense, are I for«*«»* are replacing tli«»m, mid train*
tubing their closing arguments this Hoads of troops are *tr«*»«mlnK south
'from Aix lu Uhsppell«*
Tbe suit is based upon the trading
qI lbs Maddox building for the Ixiorn
h ranch on th* Merrill road Maddox I'ullnd Pte»* Service
OSTEND, Hept 17. Courier* from
that IxMimis misrepresented
>11» property to him.
Brussels report thut the Uerntgn reg
ulars heretofor«» holding Hrus*els
A nine-pound daughter was born have b«*«*n s«*ni to the French front.
'•hv Bornltig to Deputy County Clerk N’uval r<*««'r'rs and
' *'**■ » I*’» laip Mti«| wife.
are replacing I hem
FOR THE NOMINATION OF MA-
HAN OVER BALDWIN FOR GOV
I RNOR <>l CON’NBCTICVT.
A deal was dosed ou Wednesday United Press Service
whereby Mrs. Frances Gorr sold Gorr
HARTFORD, Conn., Sept. 17.—
Island on the Klamath River to Hans [With strong indications that Bryau
Morftenson and Emil Peterson. They F. Mul.an of New London would be
favored over Governor Simeon E.
will utilize the island for raising
Baldwin for the nomination for Unit
nvnk. otter and other fur-bearing an- ed States senator, the democratic
imals. with which to supply the fur state convention opened here today,
’’»ahan's supporters declare that be
The two men are recent arrivals , will be a two-to-one «'hoice over the
from the Middle West, They claim
Baldwin's supporters admit that
the Island, which is near Klamath
the nomination of their man le doubt
Straits, is ideal for their purpose.
ful, inasmuch as he has persistently
lly Ivatl II von NVh'gand
possible to approach them, so borrl-, three feet from the ground, finally
refused to do any active work in his
LIEGE. Sept 17. (Via Aix la hie is the stench from the decorupos- making them immovable and useless,
behalf. The preliminary cam
ing bodies of some of the bravest sol
Fort l.antiu presents the most ter Pulled Press Service
< liappell« and The Hiupie. Delayed
CHARLESTON. Mo., Sept. 17,— paigning ot his friends has been badly
diers who ever fought in battle. Not rible aspect, it is on a high ridge,
by tlu* British censor I The battered on«* fort survived the terrible rain ot and looks for all the world like the William C. Brower is a progressive i disorganized.
foils of Liege, for days the uilmira- explosives from the new 42-centi-, crater of an extinct volcano. Three candidate for congress from the Four
teenth district of Missouri. To show ; An eight-piece orchestra will reu-
lion of (I k * entire civilized world be- metre guns which nre the latest pro-: of the 42-centlmetre shells drove
that he is a genuine bull mooser he der the "old numbers" at the Orpheus
«aii»«* of their heroic defense ugam.ct duct «of the Krupp factory. That through about twelve feet of con
today added this slogan to his cards: theater Sunday night, and any num
tlie Geinmn Invasion, me th«» tomb of l.iege was able to hold out at all was crete and earth One of them, in ex
"Progressives and republicans will ber requested will be rendered. There
du«* to the failure of the German ploding. set off lhe magazine. Of the
tlioilHunds of brave men.
re-unite when the chickens roost [will be the usual picture bill, and no
Once repruHcnting man's highest commander to have these guns entire fort, nothing can be seen but
change in price.
a great jagged hole In the ground, (with the hawks.”
genius us works of defense, today brought up at once from the rear.
they me great ruins of broken con-' The guns were mounted live miles ¡thirty feet deep. Huge blocks of ce
away from the forts, but so accu ment were thrown great distances,
« r«*t<* and twisted steel.
Deep in these ruins are th«» bodies rately had the German aviators aimed ami the fort's chilled steel turrets
of many of their defenders, few of them that hardly a shot missed. They v ere twisted like tin.
Parts of the bodies of the gallant
whom survived tlie tiro of tin* deadly dropped repeatedly on the 12-foot
German siege guns. It is almost im-[ steel turrets, which projected onlyi defenders were recovered and buried.
I Im «urret at one
photograph shows why the «lhe heavy guns.
if Ll< g«». ufter a gallant rvsist- I forts of .Namur, said to be the stroug-
jest in Belgium, quit in three days.
» of nin<* days, could not longer
Reports had gone forth that if the
bolil out before the German on- Germans took nine days
When the kaiser got his I.lege they would require many more
Held lil-imh guns into play, gnu« to lake Namur. Thut is why the sur-
which hud not been heard ol until render of the town within three days
this war el«ept as they were used « as so surprising
mi forts mid suggested for war ves shows that solid masonry more than
sels no masonry or steel could with- twenty-five feet in width and as mauy
It «Iso show why th»» feet deep had been torn to* pieces by
side contained a rapid tire gun ui the
Belgian tort. It was made of steel
more than a toot thick. That was en
cased in masonry and sunk in the
ground. But the 16-inch shells tore
the defense to bits, and one shot sent
just beneath the steel encasement
had lifted it clear of is position, had
jammed it from the hole shown in
the background, and it had fallen
forward. The men within it were, of
Sics West on Klamath
IIUI* ,0"rh <»t Hie Merrill district You.”
Hmaler ix*nnmits mid tings
'est pages in Texas history, are at last |
,lr *m be given in Klamath Falla will be given Io those milking the
to have a great monument erected tJ
t°morrow “ornlng, for after the a,»- trip.
A mile out
The Alamo Heroes' Monument As
janbllcH, over sixty in number, line
will ngilln form
ha* been organised her«*,
o front of the court house and
lhe Kin ninth d
'mid Is collecting funds for the con
' «board the people to bo
Merrill’s streets, with tings waving
¡structIon of a beautiful, appropriate
The latest ap|>eal to Governor West I letter, Mrs. C. A. Moore, proprietor
ilH ¿r‘" fr” Of ’ '•“■*••• » hauled
parude mid th«» bund playing patriotic airs
to clean up Klamath Falls comes ¡of the North Pacific Hotels Supply
*111 «'" l"'hl "" Mk1" H,r''"t.
(Tmlrtnan Loe, of the committee in
WITHDRAWS from Mrs. C A. Moore, who for sev j House of Portland, has written to
" "tarl »' I» o'clock.
I Auxllliary councils have been form-
charge of tbe excursion to Merrill,
HIS FORCES, LEARNING THAT eral weeks has been soliciting adver [Governor West, urging him to clean
Kl-m.t^ ""V“’"* *"« »>. the, states that he I ibh received n large
THE AUSTRIANS WOULD WIPE tising for the register at the Holland up the town and to compel the officers
ands of dollars have been subscribed.
•lonated .» ? " ,,nnd,n‘,n. who have number of re«|u«**tH today for rcser-
House. Regarding a letter she has to enforce the laws.”
¡The monument will be erected in San j HIM OUT IN SLAVONIA
of th«, u " '
*’i the auccess vntions In tin* autos. II«' stales flint
sent to Governor West, the Portland
I Antonio, of course, and probably on
Mrs. Moore has Hben here for about
»III ola*rrl11 ’>VOnt Men'b’,r" who It Is imposHlbl«- to reserve seats, anti
She has divided her
NISH, Sept. 17. It is today ad- Telegram prints the following dis : two weeks.
th. grounds of tlie present Alamo.
“»Iph r !'
‘'* Mitchell, ndvlseg nil who desire to go to se«»
I IN I IIN INS
Itted that Crown Prince Alexander1 patch from Salem:
[time between soliciting advertising
Hsxn i ?ey' Os''"r *,r<*nnoman, llud the owners of th«» machines for ac
"Complaining that she had been and condemniug local authorities,
is not been able to invade Slavonia
L. Ter- commodations.
All of tlies«» hav«»
Mrs Will Houston underwent an t«l start riots, as he had planned, grossly insulted by drunken men in making charges that she has been
,ohn StiinL *
(’lair Arnold,* promised to hnul several of th«» visit
e withdrew when he learned that Klamath Falls, while the police stood nearly robbed and assaulted, etc. She
United Press Service
operation at th«* Blackburn hospital
or» and the partloe nr«» being made
it* Austrians hud planned to* trap idly by, and also that the district ' has stated to some that she started
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Sept. 17 - this morning.
l-ate this afternoon
up now. Undoubtedly there will still
attorney has refused to issue a John the investigation in San Francisco
id annihilate his command.
she is reported as rallying nicely, and
*ll>•rlc|lnU,..,, W1" be tleeorated with! In» some seats vacant In the morning, iThe heroes of the Alamo, whose hope
Doe warrant for a person who had that resulted in tbe sentencing of
less resistance against Santa Anna s
with and those still without sccomtnoda-
negrin Invasion of Bosnia continues. written her a threatening and vulgar Ruef.
ults thus far.
Ud Klamath Falls Is With tion should be on huu«l at thut time.
Woman Makes Comphint That Were Lawless