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THE SEMI-WEEKLY HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. ORE
A Continuation of th*
W. O. SMITH .
Entered at the posto file« nt Klamath
Falla. Or«., aa second class mattar
Published by th« Harald Publishing
Company, of Klamath Falla, on
Monday and Thursday of each weak
«♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦♦«♦A SPECIAL NOTE
WAR TAX BILL IS
ADOPTED BY HOl'SE ♦
CANNOT BE ON
Vtilted Press Service.
WASHINGTON, D. C., Sept ♦
25. By a vote of 234 to 135.,« Several Interested ill the l’a»»age of
the Meaauiv to Have the Ankeuy
the house or representatives to ♦
» anal QueMion Tut Up to tlie Peo
day passed the I'nderwood war ♦
ple Endeavor'd to Have Till« Kiev«
lion Ateo on the General Election
Day—Time Too Short.
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦««♦ ♦
TRY TO CUT OFF GERMAN COMMUNICATION
LONDON, Sept. 25.--1I wag learned tonight that ad
ditional British troops have been landed at Ostend and
Bolougne, and will be supported by a new French army
•ent from the mobilization center.
It is believed that the Allies are depending upon this
army to complete the isolation of the German right, and
envelope von Kluk and von Boehm.
The war office is expectant, feeling that the begin
ning of the battle’s end is visible.
MONDIV. MEITEMHEIl 2M. Illi I
(you have abandons«! said laud and
have dapsrti'd from the stale of Ora
UHICAUO, Hept. 26.- Play In the'
You ars, therefor«, further uotlffed
world'« chain pions li Ip baseball series that tbs said allegations will bo taken
probably will »tail on October 8, our Uy thia office as having been con
(day after the American and National fessed by you, aud your said entry
il.eagui> seasona are brought to a close, 'will be canceled thvreuuder without
iicordliiK to President II. II Johnson youi further right to be heard Ibero»
of th« Amcricau league, and member lu. either before this office or on ap
<>f the National baseball conitulMion peal, if you tall to tile In thia office
Prreiib'iit J o I iiimoii asserted there
wlihlu twenty days after the fourth
»as no truth In reports that October
publication of this notice, aa shown
10th has been decided on aa the date
below, your answer« uuder oath, spe
i for starting the series.
cifically meetlug and responding li
“It Is our alm to start and tluiah' those allegations of conteat, or if you
the series a» early a» possible," John-1
full wlthlu that time to file In Hile
Ison said. "I believe We can arrange o(|l(
...Ice due proof that you have
Ito play the first game on October Itb. ■
I served a copy ot your auswer on the
(There Is no reason for delay.
sa.d contestant either In person or
In Ihe event that the lloston Na- ■ by roglsteied mall. It this service
Itionals and Philadelphia dub of the is made by tho delivery of a copy of
American league are contenders for your answer to the contestant lu per
the world's tills, two gainea will be son, proof of such service must be
I played consecutively In each city In either the »aid contestant'« wrllleu
stead of nitertutting each day, as was acknowledgment of his receipt of the
‘the ca»«> between New York nn<l Phil copy, show lug the date of Its receipt,
or the affidavit of ths person by whom
The piece for (lie o|M>nlng game will I th<> delivery wee made, etatiug when
l«a decided by tlie flip of a coin.
and where the copy was delP ered; it
1 made by registered mall, proof of
such service must consist of the affi
'AKNEGIK davit of the person by whom the copy
war mailed, staling when and the
NEW YORK. Sept. 25. "It wa»n t postorttce to which It was mailed, atiu
Kaiser Wilhelm who brought on the this affidavit must be accompanied b)
present war, It was the I’ruaslan mili the postmaster's receipt for tho let
tary nmchlno which forced him Into
it,” says Andrew Carnegie, who re
You should slate In your anawer
turned today on the liner Mauretania
the name of tho poetoffice to which
you dvolre future notices to be sent t »
“I know the kaiser well, personal- ',
ly. I also know what he has done I you.
FRED P. CRONEMILLBR.
and planned for tbs good of hla peo
ple. and In the Interests of peace."
Date ot 2nd publication Hept. 21. 1*14
| Date of 3rd publication Sept. 28, 1914
I Hite of 4th publication Oct. 6. 1*14
Notice ti» Credltoru
A movement to have a special elec
PROHI QI 'KHTION tion on the question of the city tak-|
ing over the Ankeny canal held on (
November 3rd. the date of the county
Edward Adams Cantrell addressed
and state general election, which has Tulted Press Service
fROM all over the land comes a the citixens of Klamath Falls at the been under way here, came to an end
l’ARIH, Hept. 2.1.—The | h »> i H<> u of Hie nllk's* leit I« grailunlly cliaiig-
mighty protest against the high O|>era house last Thursday night, a«d j today, when it was found that there Ing. The alllee are conatantly bomlMHling tlie Gerniaii Irenilie» nlung Ilie
prlve of foodstuffs.
The national endeavored to overcome some of the will not be sufficient time to make the
Alane aiul oi»e, witliont attemptlng any «»«null liiere.
government, state authorities and arguments of prohibition by showing nocessary preliminaries The matter;
Siinultaneou»ly tlie «lliv-» »re ilrhlng a vwdge foriuatbni to cut ort the
municlpalitiea are seeking the cause,
may come up during the winter.'
comiiiuiiicutloii«. li tliey mucccih I it will I h > p«.«»ilile to »plil up tlie
but without appreciable result.
Taking the state of Kansas, that
of von Kluk and von Boeliin ou tlic riglil of the line. Tills woulil
The government says it is not the
The city council a short time ago
fault of the retailer, and unquestion 1 much-talked-of
put up to the reclamation service the force von Kluk to eiltier full gack oll von lluelow'« arm) <>r lialtle wliilv
ably ths government is right. But Mr. Cantrell showed by statistics that I question of the city taking over the surrounded ou Ihre,- aide« liy the foe.
while the importation of beer and
there the government rests.
government's obligations to the hold
The Frencli Center I« advaiicing al Rliiciu«.
whiskey to within its borders was
ers of water rights under the Ankeuy <
And when the federal government,
Hie Io«»«'» liave hcen «•iiorniou» tor the |»i«t fvw daj»
small, the state Imported more patent,
ditch. This would allow the city to
with all the power and resources at
medicines whose basis was alcohol
la aaaerted iluu Ilie German liefen«« la weaki'Hing, ar.il a general re-
take whatever measures it deemed ad
its command, cannot solve the prob
than the rest of the United States.
lem or check the robbery, it is time
He also showed by statistics of an water way.
for the bumble citizen to pause and
A Bordeaux di«i»itcli «aya von Kluk ha« live« lieavit) reinforerd. The
The time may even come undoubted source that the prohibi
The government in reply stated uJiiea’ |crt la again in action, Hgliting «te»|H-ruiel). but ilic situation 1» not
when it will become necessary for him tion states of Maine and Kansas were that this would be satisfactory, pro- ■ materially changed.
very far down in the educational col
vtded the matter is put before the
The battle lias really become a arrive of night allai I»«. There are ar
umn, and made no bright and shining
And that action should take the
people, and the people by their votes,
marks in the industrial or morality
tillery duela every day, and aammUa al night.
I favor the transfer of the obligation.
course of devising some method
Iiea«k|uarter» Instet» that the alili-« are gaining
The following was
, It was
or this that
whereby the foodstuffs may travel conditions.
was f for
Mr. Cantrell took the stand that
upon the grouud that a leaned liila vnorning:
from the producer to the consumer
without passing through too many the cause of all the evils attributed to ]arger vote could be polled on general
“Fighting on the allien left conlinuea. la-iug marked liy alun wl i on
Under the present system the use of alcohol lies in the economic pinion day.
kiani artillery activity.
Tlie allie» made uiioliier «light gain last night."
many hands handle them, and many conditions, and explained why prohi-.
Before the election could be or-
llial tlie bombardment of Hie cathedral al
mouths are fed from the profits be bition of the liquor traffic would fail Idered, it will be necessary to pass an
but no detalla are giv< n.
fore they travel the distance from
ordinance, ordering the election, and
the statement that General Stenger, in com
Held to consumer, or even to the re
letting a time for it. There is also ai
REPORT MADE ON
certain length of time the election: mand of the Fifty-third German Infante) ha« l»»iied the command to kill all
DRAINAGE PLANS must be advertised, and It would be j
And the consumer pays the bills.
Frenchmen. wounded, armili or unarmed. It I« alleged I hat the order «aid : I In'the Cuuuty Court ot tb«< State of
Nuilie Io CredRurs
impossible to meet all of these re- j “Germans »Mould not leave a «Ingle living Frenclinutn behind them.”
There Is no question but that the
Oregou for the Couuty of Klamalh
The following regarding seepage quirements by November 3.
fault lies with the middlemen, the
Court of the Slats of
In the Malter of the Eslato of Jossle
wholesalers, cold storage men and and drainage on the Klamath pro
Oregon, for the County of Klamath
BERLIN, (via Ttie Hague), Sept. 2O.O—It i« announced hy Ihr war
Those who wish to see the water
N Offield, Decoased.
speculators, each one of whom must ject is contained in the current issue way eliminated, though, hope to have office Hist Hu* German right, for a lhm> in danger b) reason of a turning i
Notice is hervby glveu lliat the un- lu the Matter of the Estate of Edwl«
extract the largest possible margin of ot the Reclamation Record:
I.. Newbsnks, Deceased
the election called early this winter, movement by lite allies, repulsed llie allien ten miles along the Al«ne, lerslgned. Emily M. Matthews luis
After irrigation was started ini907 so the matter can be settled in some
profit before he passes it on to the
Is hereby give« that th« un
it became evident that more and more way before time to turn the water on now red with the blood of the Imi tie’s victim*.
!estate of Jessie N. Offield, deceased, dersigned has been appointed th* ad
Tile allie», though reinforced, arc unable to u-galii tlie lo»t territory
With a half dozen human vultures of the lands were becoming water in the spring.
by the County Court of tue State ot ministrator of the above estate, and
A series of violent axaault* are being giade all along tlie line.
fastening their talons upon every ar logged and seeped each year, and that
Oregou for Klamath county, aud has that all persona having claims against
ticle of diet, it is not to be wondered additional drainage works would be CHAH. F. STONE ONCE
The movement of the army along the Mue«,, continue», with the duly qualified as such. All persons said estate shall present same, with
ON GAME COMMISSION French retiring. There 1» no interruption in tin- Immlxirdim-nt fioui Murar I having claims agalust said estate are proper vouchers, within six months
at that the public finds Itself plucked necessary to protect them from being
ruined by seepage and alkali.
to the bones.
bereb) nollfisd to present the same tu from the date of this notice, to said
and Verdun fort*.
In 1911 a 35 h.-p. dragline exca
With the reappointing of Charles
The retailer and the producer and
' tue at the office of the county clerk of administrator, at bls place of busi
vator was purchased, and in 1912 the F. Stone as a member of the State
the consumer should join hands in a
Klnmuth county, Klamath Falls, Ore- ness. Tenth and Main streets. Klam
drainage situation having become Fish and Game commission, the orig ANNIHILATION IS REPORTED.
determined effort to eradicate the
j gon, with proper vouchers, duly verl- ath Falls. Oregon.
i uitvd Cress Service
more acute, another drag line exca- inal board, three members of which
vultures, and reduce the cost of liv
filed, as required by law, within «lx
Dated August 27, 1*14.
BAHYL, Hept. 20.-—Altkircli report» *a> lire French annihilated the
Ivator was purchased.
ing to something within the bounds
months from the date hereof.
8. B. EVANS.
I On May 1, 1914, a larger, self-pro member, is practically returned to 11Hitli regiment of German resrrvea near then*. They ainl>u«lieil an ar
Date and first published Heptember Administrator of the Estate of Edwin
pelling excavator, operating a cubic power in the conduct of the state's
The fact that a wave of prosperity yard bucket, was received on the pro
L. Now banks. Deceased
game affairs. This Is hailed with de killed and the other* captured anil wounded.
Date of last publication October
seems to be ahead of us is no reason ject, and has been engeged on the
why the consuming public should deepening of the tirst unit main drain.
as Stone secured many concessions
EMILY M MATTHEWS,
calmly submit to being gouged in the
NoHce fur Puhlhatlou
After an examination in September. for Klamath, Lake and Jackson coun United Press Service
matter of its foodstuffs.
(Not Coal Muds)
1913, the engineer in charge of drain ties.
ANTWERP, Sept. :M.—It la Iwlieted that the Gervwans are preparing ; IOIIN 8. ItOHIlCR. Chamber of Com
Can anyone in this community sug age rejiorted that the high water
i Department of the Interior, United
At the time of the split, fifteen to make a stami in Southern Belgii m, oliouhl they he driven <Hit of
merce building, Portland, Ore..
gest a reasonable solution to the prob plane and water-logging of lands was
States Land Office at Lakeview.
months ago. Stone, J. Frank Hughes France by the allirs.
Attorney tor Administratrix.
Heptember 2. 1*14.
apparently due in part to losses from and B. E. Duncan tendered their res
Aviation «coûts report cntii-mtii-ienl« north of M om and along the
Notice Is hereby given that HatUe
the canals and in part to excess use of ignations, with the understanding' Hi held, IH-nilrc ami Senne rivera.
In the county court of the state of
TOO MUCH DYNAMITE
water and surface waste from irriga that they would go on the board again
Oregon, for the connty of Clacka It’. I.Inal, whose | hmi (office address Is
tion, and that the amount of drain if M. J. Kinney was removed. George BUHMAN Till Mil’S ACTIVE.
Klamath Falls. Oragon, did, on the
T HAS been suggested by some age which will be necessary will de H. Kelly tendered his resignation, United Press Service
' In the matter of the estate of Aguust 20th day of May, 1*14, file in this
office sworn statement and applica
warped and twisted geni us that pend largely upon the amount of wa but It was held that West could not
PETRGItAD, Hept. 20.—Report« of the fall of Przyniel are expected
W. Neumann, deceased.
tion No. 07557, to purchase the NW
the president appoint a commission ter applied to the lands tn irrigation, accept this, as Kelly was appointed by any minute.
Notice 1« hereby given that by vir % N'W% (being lot 1). Section 7.
of eminent American statesmen to and upon the care used in preventing the board.
The Eastern forte are all weakening, and .......... tain ltu««ian army 1»
tue of an order and license heretofore Township 3* 8, Range 10 £., Willam
Three other members were appoint- ! continuing on toward Cracow, to capture Hint city.
submit proposals of peace to the war surface waste.
granted by the above-named court to ette mcrldlau, and the timber there
Conditions at that time indicated ed then, and since that time the per
ring kings of Europe, that commission
At Cracow, the «tnmgral German mid Austrian fnrrr« are stationed.
the uuderslgned administrator of the on. under the provisions of the act
to be composed of Theodore Roose
sonnel of the atate’a fl«b and game de
A German general is the commanding officer.
estate of August W. Neumann, de- of June 2.1S78, and acts amendatory,
velt. William Jennings Bryan and plied to the soils, and that an unnec partments
< eased, I will offer tor sale, and on i known aa the "Timber and Stone
William Howard Taft.
changes. The policies have also b«-en United Frees Service
and after the 25th day of September.
It 1« a tremendous array of intel tue surface due to the careless hand somewhat different.
PARIS. Hept. 2«.—The French troop» on Hie left of tile line fought '1914, will sell at private sale, for Law,” at such value as might l>e filed
by appraisement, and that, pursuant
lect, representing the three extremes
About nine months ago. Commis all night again«t lite German», in order to prevent ■in minimi' by the rein-
<ash, to the highest bidder, subject to such application, th« land and tim
of political faith, but we fear such a gators.
sioner Evans, one of the new mem-,
forced <nwmiaml» of von Kluk anti von Boehm.
to confirmation by the said court, the ber thereon have been appraised at a
composite selection would be sur
bera, resigned to take the place of
The German endeavor to check tlie allies and »pill tlielr line Ix-tMcen following described real property, to- -total of 8IU0, the timber estimated
charged with so much dynamite that
state game warden. In his place for
160,900 board feet, at 60 cents |*r
the inevitable explosion would scat
mer Cimmlssloner Duncan was chos .Noy on and Hte. Quentin wm «uc«e»»ful. Now the allies left line been re
The east half of the southwest lM anU th- UBd |S0. lhM M|d app|t.
ter the dear kings to the four winds.
en, and with Stone's recent appoint
quarter of section fifteen (It) ,.an( wm offar final proof In support
CLEVELAND, Sept. 25.—Pursuant ment there are three old members.
It 1» admitted Unit the German» look the orten«ive yesterday, and they
and the northeast quarter of the of her application and sworn state
t-> a decree handed down by the fed Kelly, Duncan and Stone, a majority.
gained »ubatantlally along Hie height» of Hie Mueac.
northwest quarter, and the north-
on the 7th day of November,
SUGE OF PARIS eral district court April lgit, property
Just who Stone succeed« is not
It is claimed that the allie» luive regaim-d ihe moa4 of llielr territory
west quarter of the northeast quar- |<lH before C. It. De Lap, county
of the Wheeling and Lake Erie rail known here, Stone believes, though,
A ter of section twenty-two (22), In r|erg of Klamath county, at Klamath
PARIS, 8ept. 25.—With the coun road was scheduled to be sold to the that he has been named in place of on the left, and by a »erira of bayonet charge» »urifvdrtl in entering Hte.
township thirty-eight (38) south, i |rn||a> Oregon.
tries again at war, today was the an
Clifford. Stone's commission expire« Quentin. They lutvi- held up tlie town, desiring to prevent It« destruf-
(11) east * of
The sale is the result of the suit of May 22, 1918.
* the Wil
Any person Is at liberty to protest
niversary of the beginning of the
tion, a» the German siege gun« are near by.
f lamette meridian, being In Klam
thia purchase before entry, or Initiate
siege of Pari« by the Germans in
Sportsmen are keeping their ear ,
The Gennana' center 1« fighting defensive lactic», owing to Hie with
ath county, state of Oregon, and a contest at any time before paten*.
1870. Today also was the anniver of New York being consolidated with close to tLe ground for the announce I
of it» reserve« to reinforce the German right.
containing one hundred sixty (160) IlMiies, by filing a corroborated all.
sary of the signing in 1555 of the cel- t’’p
ot the Central Trust company ment of the first meeting of the
acres, more or less.
I«te«t advices »ay the allien' right 1« advam Ing, hut that the German
(davit In this office, alleging fac1»
ebrated treaty of Nassua, Insuring re of New York against the Wheeling board, for it 1« expected that there
All blds may be mailed to me or which would defeat the entry.
ligious liberty In Germany.
will be some upheavals, and some un advance toward Ht. Mihlel la ntldd un «'becked. Till» force Ima not lieen
JAH. F BURGERS. Register.
to my attorneys at Oregon City, Or
employment In store for some of the I able to crosa the Mttese.
9-10 11-5 aw
present officials. Asked whether or j
General Joffra in reinforcing hi« troop» at all pointa. Germany'» llrat
DESPITE RAINS not the pres«nt board will abide by I
SEIZED BY ALLIEH
GEORGE L. STORY,
line* of rewrve« and |mrl of tlie volunteers are engaged.
the former board’s appointments, «tc , |
Administrator of the Estais of Aug .Notice of Mcrting ot tlie Board of
Equalization of Tlie Horaetly Irri
Tld» 1» the.Hupreme struggle.
LONDON, Sept. 25,—Admiral Pat
PETROGRAD, Sept. 25.—It was Stone replied that he doesn't know,
ust W. Neumann, Deceased.
If tlie German» are defeated it np'iins their retreat toward Belgium, Gordon E. Hayes and Earle C. Latour-
ty cabled today that Australian troops i announced today that the Russians
and marines have seized the town and are advancing in Galicia today, des
The board of directors ot the
If they win, the »III«'» are Iniperih’d everywhere.
harbor of Frederick Wilhelm, the cap pite the tains. The armies are co-op
Horsefly Irrigation district, acting as
The loan«*» of both »hie» are ahno»t unbelievable.
ital of Kaiser Wilhelm Land, in Ger erating from the extreme north, near
Notice of Contest
a board of equalization, will m«el to
I l IH IMI’OliHIBI.E TO ESTIMATE THE I.OSHEH, BUT THE RIVERS
man New Guinea.
Hie East Prussia frontier, directly
HAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 255. Ad-,
Department of the Interior, United equalise assessments at the realdenc«
south by west In a zigzag line to the vice« received here from Toklo, from ARE REIHfltTED TO BE BI NNING RED, WITH THOUSANDS OF
Slates Land Office, Lakovlew, of Robert (loss, In Hie Third division,
ROME, (Anglo), Sept. 25.—The foot hills of the Carpathians.
liarukl Yamawakl, the Japanese com lOl.l’HEH FLOATING IN THEM.
iat 1 o'clock p. tn., Tuesday, October
Oregon, September lu, 1H14.
French fleet has occupied the city of
General Rennekampf has resumed missioner to the Panema Pacific ex-
latte tonight, Bordeaux r«'|iorta ihe Fr«n«li ore progrva»ing »llgldly To James H. Henderson of Hwan, 6, 1914, and continue In session from
Lissa on Lissa Island, off the Dal the offensive in the north.
position, say that Japan is proceed on the left.
«lay to day, as long aa may be neces
The Russians are holding the Ger ing with her preparation for partici
You are hereby notified that Wil sary, not exceeding ten days, to hear
After a bombordment French and mans in East Prussia, and are driving pation in the exhibit.
liam McCabe, who gives Klamath and determine such objections to the
LAND LEASING HILI.
British marines occupied the town them out of Poland.
Japan's exhibit, he said, will be of
PASHES THE SENATE Falk, Oregon, as Ills postoffice ad assessment as may come before It,
The Germans are evidently prepar-1 increased excellence because of the
and Imprisoned the Austrian garrison.
dress, did on July 3rd, 1914, file In and correct and equalize all of the
ing a real defense along the Vistula, inability of the European nations at
this office bls duly corroborated ap assessments.
WASHINGTON. I> ('., Sept. 2«
«outh of Danzig.
war to participate.
plication to contest and secure the
LONDON, Sept. 26. A statement
The assessment roll Is now ready
The senate today passed the Alaskan
cancellation of your homestead Entry aud will be In the office of the seers-
Issued today was as follows:
coal land leasing bill by a viva voce
AGAIN BEMill M IS
made jtary of the board, Francis liowne, at
"There has been much activity by vote The bill has already passed the I No. 04730, serial No. 04730,
OSTEND, Sept. 25.—The maneuv
HEARING OF PEACE
WILL BE PROBED
November 22, 1 1911, for southwest his residence In the Fourth division.
ers of iiie Zeppelins around here, it is
quarter (HW%) of section 28. town-¡until the meeting of said board of
Some heavy counter attack«
BELLIN', Sept. 25.—It 1» learned
feared, forecasts a Zeppelin attack on
BERLIN, Hept. 25,—The govern- 1 day.
ship 37, range 10 East Willamette equalization for th« Inspection of all
that Prince Radzlvill, the aged leader merit today authorized an independ-
Mi*, and Mrs. II. E. Hayden and meridian, and aa grounds for bls con
The British aviation officials here of tlie Polish delegates In the riech- ent lawyer to make a detailed Investi
children lenve next week for Fallon, test ho alleges that you never estab
Dated nt Bonanza, Oregon, Sept. I,
are reported preparing a fleet of ar itag, has been arrested in Russia J gation of the happenings at Louvain,
There are two alud« of Inaurane«, Nev., where Mr. Hayden Is Irrigation lished or maintained residence upon
mored biplanes to attack the dirig charged with being a «py. He Is to where the Germans are charged with tiili« ole writes the kind liiat pays manager of the Truckee-Carson pro said land; that you have never culti
FRANCIS J. BOWNR,
he court mart ialed.
ibles if they attempt this.
wrecking priceless buildings.
vated or improved the same, and that 3-10-17-24-1 sw
DISCI SHFS THE