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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON. MONDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1914
BOTH SIDES RUSH RE-INFORCEMEN
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American a Hero of the Belgians
NI A Mt »I.
Bishop of London
Ready tor the Front
BOTH SIDES ARE
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llu (irrelati* trr («alninK Derisive*
Eire ou <ily'a Publi.
XeM Nummer, the Meeting !.. Be
Urlìi in a lauge Tent, With Pn>-
I laii<e. an.l rimi tile lilies l.iut-s
Krums lllt nxH>ii ami Evening. anil
Md) >»< Mki<*M W ill ¡M- Hvld llerv
a Change ot Talent
Plaies lit Tentane.
Ill Forte Ire In Ar(iou
Reports lii>li<-Mt<- That haiser la Hu
From Paris Are to I he Effert That
Ilie I.«-nilan Right I. s Being Driven
While (he Lighting Along
U h 1 Mutsi- Has Been I tiangiil
l ulled Pi ras Servite
LONDON. Oct 0. Il la believed
«■orinili that the <irr mu ns have
"smothered" the Hl. Catherine,
Warvre and Wulholm forts al the ex
treme soul hern end of Antwrrp'a llu»*
of liefeiiacs The loss la not consld*
■ red a meliaco.
The belief la growing that unless
the allies soon raise the siege the
Germana will capture the city
The Fri-ucb «nd British troops are
■ •-ported In forre tirar Ostend Thia
la |>rul « bl y lu participate in au out-
llaukbig maneuver with tlie object of
driving the lleriuabs from Brussels,
thereby rallevine Antwerp
Imio Antwe'i p dispatches Indicate
there are Brillati Troops there This
ina^ lie some of the ('anadian rcgl-
Hiraiis of Neu York. 4s all American
who lias l*c<'ti heard fiom In the great
war. Thia photograph shows him
wearing the < roes of lite Drdvr of
Leopold. which King Albert himself
pinned on the American*« breus*
Strauss, who has b< on chaufieur of
an armored motor car, ilium In tlie
I iii-iuty l hil> Tonight.
The Ural public gathering under
the auapui . ul the legislaiive depart
ment of the Women’s Literary Club
will be held In the basement of the
libraty tblo- evening, when Itullo C
Gioeabeck will apeak on "Politics
Culled Press Hervlca
and tie* Uonimoa Pi ople
ANTWERP, Oct 5
women nie luvlt* d.
tion la excellent, every fort Is In u<
lion," la the statement given out by
Great e.i'i.otny <>l power is claimed
the war office today. "The German«
have gained nowhere, uud wo can foi a ayalgm of canal towage that is
being experimented with in'Germunv,
hold out Indefinitely."
It la reported that American Con in which the tow boat la supplied with
sul General Kthelbert Watts has «lectrlclty through trolley wheels that
urged the German commander to run on a submerged rail.
«pare the Belgian historic buildings
Albany buxines# men arc tiylug to
The commander promised, on condl
tlon that the Belgians not tiae I hose rala» 47.500 Io enlarge furniture
for military purpose«.
Novel Contest Is Started
Schoolchildren to Be Rewarded for Best Letters
Klamath. Falla Chautauqua
Assembly is a reality.
t mteil Presa Servi««
Sufficient men and women iuterest-
I.OXlMiX, IM. 5.—Evtraunliiuirv
<*<1 in the bolding of such au educa
rt intoning of the German left iniii-
tional and entertaining event here
• at«N> that tin* kaiser reoUsee the
next summer were lound in two days
prime iuifwrtam-e of tlie army's spirit
of <anva-elng, in fact more than
enough were found, and still more
in holding Hie preseul Unes. Experts
pl.iure, led a daring raid into the
mime« are being add«-d .
iltls uill piulimg, but nut « Image
.erm ill lines to blow up a bridge
A Hat of those supporting the or
I lie outcome.
1'inial Belgian ..itiis-ra who were also
engaged in the action acre killed and
All the Indian an.l < ..Ionini British
Elder 8. D. Harlan, O. A. Sterns,
tl.e Prince de I.igné was wounded
troops. With the exception of the
But Strauss and his party got away
Canadians are reported at the front.
B. Applegate, V. T. Motechenbacfaer,
if.-ly after accomplishing their work.
Marion Hanks. Fred Peterson, E. C
The wheeeabouls of the Canadian reg.
King Albert win quick to reward the
Chaudler. E. V*. Hawley, J. D. Right.
intent I. a tuyslery.
Ed. Sutton, J. («. smellier, E. E. Cole.
Leslie Rogers, E. L. Elliott, A. Nos
( «•Bell W. C. T. I . Meeting.
I’uited Press Service
ier, J. W. Siemens. W. 8. Siouglw A.
A tailed m«*eHnj of the Women’s
K Campbell, W. H Shaw. W. E. See-
PARIS. Oct. 5.—The Uermaus con
I'liristlnn 'lemperauce Uuion w ill be
horn. Rev. J. 8. Stubblefield, Herbert
tinue to drain their fighting units
D. Gale. J. C. Smith. Dr. W. R. Boyd,
held tomorrow afternoon at the Bap-
.¡sewhere to reinforce von Kl<_k and
Miss Edua Wells, Dr. C. E. Wheeler Hamiltons Return.
*i«t church, beginning at 2:SO Im-
ion Boehm at the extreme right, still
Dr. K. R. Hamilton, wife and bearing the brunt of the fight. As a
H. E Magee, C. A. Davis, O. E. Wil
, >i tant busiiK-Hs w ill come befo>e the lleii- Emm Ml. Hebron.
daughter returned Satin day night result of this strain, military men are
looetlng, and a full attendance Is de
J. It McAllister is here from Ml
from Marshfield, and will make their
confident that when Germany is
liebroil, Calif., where he is employed G. W. White, Mrs. M. J. Beebee. C. C.
home here. They are residing at forced to retreat, she will have to
by the Mt. Hebron Lumber company.
Miss Laura Bice, Dr. F. M. White. A Seventh and Canal, and the doctor evacuate France entirely.
In the older named qulniuc. calo
Tindall, E M. Chllcote, Earl Whit has secured offices in the White build
mel. castor oil, tincture of Iron, opi
In the County of London there are
The battle north of the Oise contin
J. B. Griffith, George A. Haydon. ing. During the present week, while
um and brandy are the niedlcln. most 55« railway bridges crossing over the
vigorously, but the outcome la un
Charles F. Stone, John Hagelstein. his offices are being remodeled. Dr.
u«ed in the tropics.
certain. Both sides are constantly
•Charles •Mack. Roy Kinsman, U. E. Hamilton will occupy Dr. White’s
Reeder. Dr. George Merryman, Dr. C offices.
Strongly reinforced, the allies are
V. Fisher, John Shepherd.
To protect the eyes of motorists at extending their lines north ot Arras,
in a short time, organization of a
Chautauqua Association will be per night from glaring headlights, gog driving the German right eastward.
The efforts of the enemy to break
fected by the supporters of the move gles I are been Invented, the upper
ment. They will also take up ar portions of the lenses of which are
Mr. (’. J. Garland and his two boys will be In Klamath Falls
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rangements for the six day "feast of of dark amber glass.
" »• I •> are known as "Dady and His Boys' in the adver
reason and flow of soul" to be held
tising held, and they will feature a new plan of advertising for
here. All of the signers realize the
Th«* Herald one that will b«> light up-to-the-minute In special
benefits to be derived from such a
series of meetings, and are highly
elated at >e< tiring such an assembly.
J lie Herald has made all necetn-ary arrangements with
Elder S. D. Harlan, who has been
. Daddy,’ and will feature this plan exclusively in this paper.
working for an assembly here, reports
Daddy mid His Hoys" come to this paper with the highest
that he encountered a good deal of
opposition owing to th«* ill-fated at
recommendations as to their clean, good methods of doing
tempt at a Chautauqua in 1912. The
business, and with 11 large and varied experience in promul-
opposition, though, faded, when the
gailiig new, attractive and special features. Today, more than
plans of the Ellison-White system
ever before, newspaper advertising, if featured correctly. Is the
were outlined, and some objectors be- ’
•lie best winner in w ailed publicity, and "Daddy and His
(Herald Npetial Service)
The livestock exhibit, housed in
The bureau conducts Chautauqua
Hoys have many of these new features to show, explain anil
Ryan’s barn, was unexcelled thia tall,
Interest llu? business inrople of our city. "Daddy" says, that
.cities, many of them in Oregon. It Is people of the Wood River Valley were This took lu many exhibits, aud the
now a-diiys a business concern of nnv kind, no matter what
'through this co-operation, and the| I greatly disappointed ut the failure of judges, C. T. Oliver of Klamath Falls
they are selling, no matter whether they are conducting business
booking and circuit system adopted the Klamath Falls people to furnish a and Doc Caldwell and Bob Dalton ot
In n town of 400 or a city of 400,OCU, have just two reasons
that it is possible to secure high class band for the district fair here, as they Merrill, had hard work lu deciding
(entertainers, lecturers and musicians promised to, and as they did for Mer some of the awards. Some ot their
why they should not advertise in their local paper, and these
for the assemblies.
rill and Bonanza fairs, but despite awards follow:
two reasons are usually EXCI SES. He also says that he
Best stallion Slsemore Jt Pelton.
Meetings will be held in a big tent. this they held a display here that was
really believes that when a business man tells him that he can't
Best beef cow—L. C. Hlsemor«.
It has betn found that this is much easily the peer of this year's Klamath
afford to mnk«* a certain appropriation for advertising In his
Best beef steer—Dan Ryan, first
cooler and much more satisfactory county district fairs.
¡than a hall. There will be afternoon
local paper, that h<> is justified, anil believes that he Is doing
In some respects the fair here was and second prises.
Best ram James Pelton, tirsi and
and evening s«*sslons, with talent superior to the average county fair.
that merchant a good turn by lelllrig him, and advising him to
¡changed every other day. In the This Is especially true from the stand second.
advertise tils business FOR SALE.
Best ewe lohnnle Moon,
¡forenoons there will be training point of livestock, school exhibits and
"Daddy" wants every business concern in this live, splen
Best mule team—Will Nickerson,
classes In charge of specialists.
did little city to keep their eye on his advertising talks, whether
hl addition to the exhibits from the first and second.
Best draft team - Mr. Pyland.
For photographers' uso in dark Wood River Valley ranches, there
von advertise or not (that's up to you). You may learn some
Best pen Duroc hogs- -Mr. Pyland.
thing to your advantage.
The poultry exhibits were judged
carrying several different colored as far north as Beaver Marsh, An-
WATCH TOMORROW'S TALK IX THE HERALD.
glasses In a wheel in front of its open other attractive feature was a display by Mrs Caleb T. Oliver.
ing. so any colored light can E m * ob- of China pheasants and Belgian hares
'taiued when desired.
from the Copeland ranch.
(Continued on page 4)
The Mutual Girl and Her Auntie
Fort Fair Is Best of All
In the Interest of eduction, th<*.niuke ('hrlstinus a little more hnppy
newspapers of the coun*v will con fur the fortunate conestiints.
Scholarly friend, how would you
duct a I .el ter Contest through th«*
like Io win five dollars, have your
public schools, offering awards to the
photograph and letter published in
pupils and students writing thesbest Ilin local pn|iers and In the big dully
letters to friends or relatives reulil papers of Porthind and Sacramento;
Ing outside of Klamath county, lnvit-l be known as the beat letter writer In
I uk them to make their home here, the county, and have people point
and giving good reasons for asking you out with pride ns u winner ns
them to make the rhange. The con they sou you move along your dally
lest scheme Illis received tl.e ehdorse- walk of life? Sounds good, oh 7
ment of Professor Fred Peterson,! If you win your parents will feel
justly proud of you, and love you
It la to open lit once, and to < lose with a deeper love; your school will
December 1st. All letters are to bo honor you with u deeper honor, and
inulleil to the Chamber of Commerce, nil through III«* you will curry Hie
from where they will be forwarded to mark of public distinction, Worth
the proper judges, who are to be so working for. Isn't It?
Yes, you have just us good a chance
lecled from the teaching staff of the
to win ns anyone else. No, the high
Honor, glory, gold, awaits the win
(Continued on Page 4)
ners. Not much gold but enough to
i lilted Press Service
BERLIN, (via wireless), Oct. 5.-w-
I oilugal, Il is believed. Is preparing
to aid the allies. Late maritime ad-
vu-es show that a number of British
learners have reach«! Lisbon.
il is repoited that they are to be ,
ii-vd to transport Portugese troops to ,
the twill«- tiourfu France.
Il is learned that the British East
India legoiienla have bwn landed at
Mi rselli«*« They air rushing to the
front to reinforce the British.
The latest war office statement says
the German light is gaining decisively
1 he allies Hau king operations have
li'<-n checked, and at several points In
the west the line« have been pierced
end the French driven to their
All armies ar,- fighting furiously.
Those Who Failed to Attend Missed Excellent Show