Image provided by: Klamath County Museums; Klamath Falls, OR
About The semi-weekly herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1914-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1914)
THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORE.
I We Are Going to Keep Drumming
That it will pay you to send us your mail orders for
Clothing, Shoes and Furnishing Goods
We carry everything that men and boys wear in the very best styles and qualities.
We pay all postage and freight charges, wnich is quite a saving to you. Dozens of farmers
are taking advantage of our mail order service for we fill orders the same day received and
Our stock of winter clothing, sweater», winter coats, rubber footwear, caps, gloves,
underwear, etc., etc., is ready. Won’t you favor us with a trial mail order.
Southern Oregon's largest and livest men’s store
.Through Brand Whitlock Amir:
rounded hl* command, but that his III Belgium except those of the Ilei
is a common episode in military his
minister lo Belgium. Euglaad bu
'cavalry cut the way out for the force, k>ans.
WELL ATTENDED tory, but the general term "foreign
I'oMhlbly the troops have lieeu »••Hl appealed to the t'nlted Hlutas lu pro
legion,” which has come to be usual
tesi against the order of the Grrmai
The war office admits the Austrian Io aid tlic Germans In Fraurr
FIRST SESSIONS HELD LAST ly, though rather loosely, applied to
of Brussels. who hu or
losses were heavy, but say the Rus
IS the "regiments estrangers" in the
to leavs lirui-
sians have not invested Przemysel
si FF1CIENT. .MA.Nl'AL TRAIN French service, has stood, not fot
information here regardlug the bat- . oels at one*.
ING WILL ALSO BE GIVEN
troops sold into foreign service, as
were the Hessians who fought under
BERLIN, (via Rome). Sept. 16.— tie on the Baltic. Petrograd dip
Eighteen were enrolled for the ■the British flag in the American revo-
,f >rou wanl glames fitted sad lite
official statement is issued that patches vaguely refer to the presence
RIVALRY HAS SPRI NG l’P IN THE night school course at the Klamath lution, but for "irregular volunteer
‘“X- wr“* Ur
, theGermans have abandoned Liege
bodies of foreign sympathizers raised
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, AND county high school last night, when
FENDER, THOIGH, BI T NEVE 14-
No reason for this is known, and
the first session was held. At this i by the states at war."
leeted positions. but Ihrs. ar. censor- ‘ har«'’ P'»''0“ for *°rk
THREE COMMITTEES ARE TRI - meeting the program for the winter
The French "foreign legion" is
I OMtO I„- umili. IH ki GI.
hl. ..ffi.e in M«lfor.l
I sources, it has beeu reported that
ING TO EXCELL
ON HIS TRAIL
German communications have been
still larger in a short time.
nationalities—including most numer-
Nyssa I m tu hava a |«>or farla »id
(threatened, but London and Parisi J W. Gray of Je« ell, Clatsop coun
Providing there is a sufficient de I outly, however, the French them
mand on the part of Klamath Falls selves—and its chief service hereto
(Special by Parcel Poet)
City Health Officer L. L. Truax,
W. A. Delzell today named the fol
to organize night school classes in present organization dates back to a lias long enjoyed a reputatiou of be-
lowing as Ids “stunt committee”:
law of 1831, passed for the purpose ing a model, law-abiding citizen, but:
Captain J. W. Siemens, R. H. Dun
giving aid and a definite status to W »dnesday night this city official was .
bar, Burrel Short and J. M. Ezell.
I foreign refugees on French soil, par
being sought by other officials—
ticularly veteran soldiers left from
These are stirring days with the!
of tbe police department, j
the fusion of numerous foreign regi
membership of the Chamber of Com
ments by Napoleon at the time of his ¡charged with larceny. It developed:
merce, and the good iieople of Klam-
return from Elbe.
i that tbe whole affair was a mistake,
sth Falls esn look forward to a num
Because the "foreign legion" has due to the accomodating spirit of the
ber of live events at very little ex
been employed so much in the colo doctor, so It was all settled with a
nial service in recent years the idea
pense, or absolutely free. The Why?
i has become rather general that it was
—The Chamber of Commerce has
Wednesday evening a number of
purely a colonial force. But this idea
named three committees to arrange
and Sbrlneretles journeyed
i is incorrect, since the legion has been
some entertainment or other stunt
employed in general warfare a num to the home ot Mr. and .Mrs. hTank
to bring the booster organization be-
ber of times before the present con Ira White, and held a surprise party.
ffore he people, and each commitee
flict in which it promises to play a In front of the Star drug store was
/is working to excell all the others.
the place designated for the rendez
The first one of these to be sprung
Is the free trip to the Merrill fair to
morrow. In arranging this Will T. i
Miss Sellers to Leave
Postmaster and Mrs. W. A. Delzell
,, . , _ ,,
. . . ‘and their infant child were among the
Lee, chairman, and Mrs. Charles
Miss Marjorie Sellers, instructor...
„ .. _ ..
ifirst to reach there, and immediately
Martin. E. B. Hall, R. E. Smith and
J. C. Smeltzer
in mathematics at the Klamath coun- ■
. 'afterwards a woman with a perarn-
George J. Walton, of Lee’s commit-1 Head of Commercial Department
ty high school, haB tendered her resig-.. . .
, . ,
,,, ibulater stopped in front of the stair
tee, have arranged an event that the
nation, stating that her health will
whole town is talking about, and they manual training. This department of
*ay of the Loomis building, took the
not permit her teaching longer. Miasi
... ichlld irom the I uggy and went uo-
have set an entertainment mark that the school is thorough in every way. ! Hazel North, who
has been teaching: . ,
will make the others "go some" to
. ...... stairs. Other Shriners, arriving ater,
at Wieser, Idaho, and who is highly ;
wood working, bench work, turning, __ ____ . .
. !saw the Delzell infant, and supposed
recommended, will arrive next week ,
... „ „
. .. ¡the buggy belonged to Delzells, so
“ ‘Equal’ isn't ln our little old dic forge work, etc., will be offered.
to relieve Miss Sellers. Owing to the 1 ,
The class last night was larger , „ . ,
¡they dumped their parcels in it, and
tionary, the word is ‘excel’ with us,"
departure of a certain popular young I .
..when the autos were ready to start,
says Fred Houston, chairman of an than the opening class last year. The man who was a , former ...
instructor at I,
other committee, composed of Mrs.
the high school, some of the wise ones, Dr Tr"ax and Dr Leonard ,oad“d
Joe Moore, Sid Evans, Cale T. Oliver twenty-nine in number during tbe I are wagging their beads. whHe | “>e carriage into one of tbe autos.
and H. J. Darling. The live little I year. At present courses in sten-• away
..__ __ though.
on w her „ ___
Mis«; Shortly after the auto» left tbe wo-
merchant who dispenses "that mil otypy, shorthand, typewriting, book Sellers suffered an attack of typhoid:"1811 d*8<’0»d“d ‘b0 8talr8. a"d mi8a'
lion dollar look," has a cranium jam keeping and all commercial work are fever, and is not as strong this year I ng the baby bu**y’ nol,fled the p°-
ful of clever ideas, as attested by his being offered free of charge, classes ,
al-1 . ,lce’ who beg8n a 8earcb for the thler
as last term. 1...
.„.c . is a ...
work heretofore, and while he is not being held from 7 to 9 on Mondavs. ■
ready causing remorse among the' i After the party reached the White
giving out any advance dope about Tuesdays and Thursdays,
‘home, the mistake was discovered,
high school students.
what his committee plans to do, we
J. S. Smeltzer, ln charge of the
¡and the buggy was brought back to
are all holding our breath, and wait- present night classes and the high
'town and returned to the rightful
Ing for something big from "Hous- school commercial department, is a
Amerncan and English boys whose: [owner.
ton’s Happy Hustlers," or the <"HHHj graduate
of Manchester College,
in n |,arent8
‘~"“ resldf> ln PariB have enlisted
Truax was subjected to much rail
Indiana. He has been teaching sue- 88 boy 8CouU> and wln carr* me8' lery over the affair, and was tried by
Another than "ain’t a-saylng naw- cessfully for four years In the busl-i88808 from the American and British a Kangaroo court on charge of appro
thin,” is our genial p. m., W. A. Del nees college at Wilmington, Dela. embassies and for the American and priating the vehicle.
zell. Alongside of Delzell, even the Prior to that, he had actual experi ! British ambulance organizations.
pelican Is a noisy bird—that is. so ence as a stenographer and bookkeep
Rl SHIANH CLAIM
At Ville Franche. Mrs. George W.1
fnr as telling his plans for his Cham er. and knows the needs of the stu-
Goethals, wife of Governor Goethals*
ber of Commerce stunt goes. So far dents for this reason.
SAYS “NOT TRI E"
! of the Panama canal zone, was arrest-1
he has not even whispered about who
__ ....... LEGION
ed as a spy. Mrs. Goethals is of Ger-1 PETROGRAD, Sept. 116
will be on his committee, but the FRENCH _
HAH MANY AMERICA.NH man descent, and speaks German flu-i stated today that General Dankl’s
postofflee is being watched to confirm i
a much-mouthed theory that W. A. D.
ently. Only by showing her marriage ; force of Austrians have been cut off
(frora the Auatrlan «enter, and that
LONDON, Sept. 16,—The French certificate did she secure release.
is shipping ln some talent via parcel
"foreign legion," that Interesting in
(they were unable to reach Przemysel,
stitution so frequently made to figure
According to the official report of [ which the Russians now invest.
Announcement was made on the in romance, is receiving almost daily the battle of Jedar the Serbs placed
Dankl was trapped in the bogs
floor of the New York produce ex mention in the war dispatct*as. A his 140,000 Austrians hors du combat. 'wherein he had hoped to entice the
change that England would pay for tory of the legion and its position in They killed 100,000, took 40,000 ! Russians.
all wheat ordered, even though ft, international law is all the more in-1 prisoners, sixty guns and much am
it is announced that 6,000 Germans
should be seized by German or Aus-. terestlng at the present time, since I munition. This battle Is regarded as are included in the military prisoners
trlan warships as contraband of war. • the recent enlistments include not [ being of great importance to Servla. taken in Galacla. Thirty-six cannon,
only Italians and those of other Euro- [
bearing the kaiser’s crest were cap
If you sutler from headache see Dr. pean nationalities, but also a number
Allen Sloan left this morning for tured.
Goble. He has permanently cured J of Canadians and Americans who: Jacksonville on a business trip. Be
hundreds, he may be able to help i were unable for one reason or anoth- fore returning Mr. Sloan will spend a
I VIENNA, (via Rome), Sept. 16.-—
you. Office at Cunningham appart-ler to join the regular forces of ths couple of weeks visiting his parents The war office today denies that
meats, opposite Central school, 10th ¡allies.
and other relatives In Ashland and Dank I has surrendered. Dispatches
It | The employment of foreign troops the Rogue River Valley.
»ay that the Russians had almost sur-
WORK FOR SHOW