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« I.KADINU PAPER OF
VOLV MK XU
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1914
NO CHANGE YLI
FORM OF BALLOT
COURT SAÏS ALL
Antwerp Man in Remains of Home
A t SIX YEARS
I S Ol
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In th«* ( !«•«•<on <* mm * h> lh«* Kll|»f «’III«'
pi«'n ir I ou rt íor II» !>«•« iwiuii—M«««
< «tun, ihr Trim« <»l I «unii) J ih I k «'«
rrlary UÍ Muir M m \u < tiu hm «' H i
and Jusll.i-s <>l the Pea.c ire Nit
M ITH ALL THIS WAR.
WE'D PRETTY NEAIil.V
FORGI 0*1 EX' THE (Al s» ♦
THE GERMAN LEFT
t n lied Pre*« Service
8ERAJAVO, Bosnia, Oct. 2« ♦
Twenty-four persons tried on a
charge of conspiracy in the mur
der of Archduke Franz Ferdi ♦
nand of Austria and wife were ♦
l ulled Press Service
today convicted of high treason.
PARIS, Oct. 241.—The German» ere being held by ttw alite* aJ] along
They will be sentenced Wed ♦
nesday. in all probablllUes they ♦ tlie new battle line In tlie north. Tht French are pressing the lighting on
will be i-xei ii ted.
♦ tlu ir extremi- right In an effort to for. e tlie eu< my to change hi» plana.
It was a* a result of thin as- ♦
This 1» the inlerpreiallon placed iqsni tlie statement tliat there is »e-
asidnaUon that Franz Josef de ♦
lighting in the viciaity of Woevre nnd Argonne.
manded the apology from Ser- ♦
rfa which kindled the war spirit ♦
fi< an effort to make tile operalion« in Go north stronger, the Geruuans
♦ «viielrtw the Buvarlan lro«|Mi from the German left, »nd seut them to Bel
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ « gium to ac t as support for fresli troops from Cologne anil Berlin. The
1 rem fl have taken advantage of this maneuver, and It is believed that Cjtey
arc* maintaining tlieir severest pressure through their eitreiiH* right.
OX < Ol XIA
Ihr Minie mik I IMuirht Ti< ket A» Hr-
•ull ui Ituihin
♦ IO A( HEX kA KHlONM «
e IX hl. »MATH t OVATA ♦
«hii« «» Vrr hi Olli« e I utH |HI 7.
Tin- BriHsli vvarsliips, <>|H-rating from the Belgian canals, continue tlieir
.-niilading tire, with the result that the Germans have abandoned most of
tlieir iMrsitions along the roads connecting X leu port and Ostend.
At every place where a hostile force might be landed, the Germans
liave posted batteries to prevent tills.
An afternoon communique says the Germans crossed the River Yser Iu
heavy forc e yestrribiy. but failed to follow up their advantage. It stated
that tlie allies' line- opposing the enemy there is intact, and that French
Hues elsewhere in the north are nuvlutained.
Tills connvninlque refers to the German losses in the recent fighting
I ighting is severe late today iu the Woevre and Argonne region«,
where the German crown prince 1« in «command.
The German« are using heavy artillery in an effort to destroy the
I remit guns loinmamiing tlve communication* through the Thlacourt-N'ou-
•ard road toward Hte. Miliiel.
There is much complaint over the ini reused deletion of reports from
tlie front. Wounded officers and men are forbidden to talk, and official»
at headquarter* will mid nothing to the official communique.
Hupri-iu« kouri in au opinion
IM hen m . <»u «rrr
Hri retar» of Male
rendered Saturday decided that the
MALI M. OU IM.—Noililng in
ac< of the 1913 legislature abollsbiux
I U w I ihi dev Isloli alici la lile < celili, a-
tlie office of rotiniy judge of Mulox.-
H om of thia t.iUie lo count» ilcrk« r«'-
iuz I i county ls void, and that Judge
till ELAND Jt RIST II\l>s SV-
Ialina lu Male and disili*! office«.
Clrton. who «as at that lime creat**d
i-ntixii xi»» at ULILTA
Il Is nut believed that the dt-clslou « circuit judge. 1« still county judge,
CONTEMPT. VXD WILL MEN.
of the supreme court tn the Multno and ihut hl« term of office doe* not
mah county case can have any effect expire for six year» from the time he
on the form of tip* ballot at the ele. 'aaaumed office
lion neat week. Even though the
The court holds that by an act of
.iipretne court muy eventually decide
the people ul the election In 1910 the
United 1‘resa Service
that county judg«*« hold fur tlx years
terms ol all judges of all courts In
CLEVELAND, Oct. 26.—Upholding
It I» hardly probable that the people
Oregon was extended to six years,
right of labor to organise. Judge
of K'amath county will be deprived
The opinion wss written by Justice
'»V. B. Neff today found City School
Moore, and was rendered in quo war
Superintendent Frederick guilty of
against Judge Worden.
ren to proceed tugs Instituted by Dis
■ ontempt of court In ignoring a court
The ballots have already bœu trict Attorney Evans of Multnomah
injunction not to discharge school
pt luted and delivered to the sheriff. county, to te«t the title of office of
teachers because of their activity in
and many of them have been turned Itufus llohnan as county commlaslon-
forming a union. He will sentence I uiled Frose Service
ovet to tbs voting precincts. Even <-i
In addition. It was agreed that
Frederick Friday under the contempt
LONDON, Oct. '20 — Bril 1st. refugees arriving via Holland aay that all
tould the tase just decided I m * coii - the court ahotild ulso pass on the
statute, the maximum penalty being
t ugli-limen in the Belgian territory captured by Germany have been ex-
«14» red a parallel case. It would now judicial status of Circuit Judge t’ln-
«300 flue and ten days' imprisonment.
l>e too late to have new ballots print- ton.
The trial resulted from the ousting |w*lle<l or held trending a decision as to whether they are to lie treated aa
<<l and delivered as required by law
of six teachers, leaders in the union prisoners of war or as spies.
The opinion says
I nder the law the county clerk is re
r'.ovenvent, because the school board
They say conditions indicate that they are at work on defensive plans.
"The organic act uf the state em-
quired to prepare the ballots, sud
ruled that unions were barred. Judge au>l iii order to conceal their operations, have ordered the Britishers
without a specific order of the SU-
Neff enjoined the enforcement of this
of two com*
rounded up in order to tighten U h * cen-orsliip. It is believed that another
pretue court, be would have no *u- 1.1ovide fur the election
tliorlty to change a name on the bal-
itii|M>rtant movement against the Germans is in progress in Northern
hows what was left of the iionie of Pascal Samplers, a prominent
judge while transacting county buai-
When the six teachers, who have
nvss In any or all of the counties of nu i> of Antwerp, after the Germans had bombarded the place for a few become aged in the local school ser France and along the Belgian coast.
The present ballot will have Io re
the stale, or a separate board for da. a One mighty shell struck Ills home and demolished it. Mr. Samplers vice. failed in obtaining reappoint
main as II la. and the people can vote transacting such business may be pro-J’o e.| in the hole made by the shell
ments this fall. Judge Neff summoned
on their choice for couuty judge No
Frederick, and today's verdict Is the
matter who la elected, the question
"Il will thus be seen that the Isgi*- of county judge* of Multnomah county
will have to be taken to the supreme
The arrest is taken as a great vic
latlve assembly had ample power to was void.
court, and the man entitled to the
tory for the teachers' union move
Notwithstanding the county judge,
office will be determined by the courts
ment, which has been In progress
sioners of Multnomah county. That of that county was, by such act. at-1
nearly a year, It is being backed by
department of the state government tel.ipted to be appointed a circuit!
Any attempt by Judge Worden to
the American Federation of Labor.
also possessed authority to name the jii< go. aa he never resigned, he re-.
have the ballots changed at thia time
and last year Samuel Compere came
nwineii iu office as the de jure county I
would conclusively show that be la
. to its aid.
afraid of the result He knows that
he la beaten. If the people of the coun therefore, unanimously conclude that Ji.i ge Cleeton was duly elected coun
ty are permitted to express their Rufus C. Holman is duly appointed ty judge of Multnomah county No-,
Carman was in the office at the time,
‘lulled Press Service
wishes, and that he has shown him legally qualified and acting county vei.ibei a. islO, at which time the or
sTollE HAV E LEASED THE AL
ganic ,ui of Oregon was amended;
self over-anxious to hold onto the commissioner thereof.
MINEOLA. N. Y.. Oct. 2t>
After but his back was turned at the mo
“It is conceded that th» provisions making the term of all judges or all
ELAS VXD AHE ALSO l’ITTING
office by hook or crook He doeau't
thirteen hours of deliberation, during ment that the shot rang out and Mrs
care whether the people want him or of Section 3 of Chapter 37X of the cot rts In this state six years This
which time they stood ten to two for Bailey fell dead.
IX DILLI ARDS AND »*OOL
General l.aws of Oregon of 1913. an. ndment was ratified and be was
The weapon with which tbe murder
acquittal, the jury sworn In for the
which undertook to abolish the office el< Uci V, lieu the polls closed on the
(Continued ou page «)
committed was never found. Tbe
eve 'ling ol the day of the election. As
ed with killing Mrs. Louise Bailey, prosecution made an extensive search
the cho: "• of such county judge and
was discharged without rendering a for It spending a great deal of time
Another winter atuuseiueut resort SIITI
the approval of the amendment of is to be opened shortly after the first
and money In an effort to find it, but
He. Ion 1 of Art tie 7 of the funda- Ol November by McDonough A Dale
< Il Kl-1'1.VN < Hl l« H LAI DS 1.0-
Mrs. Carman collapsed following all its efforts were unavailing.
The murder caused a great sensa-
nrenrred simultaneously, wuo operate the Palm Cigar Store
this announcement, as she and most
t AL PAPERS FOR THEIR SI P-
thn ann-nded organic act was In force They have taken a lease on the bowl
of the people following the trial were tiou. The finding of the dictograph
when Judge Cleeton was elected, and ing alleys in the basement of the 1.
confident of an acquittal, Mrs. Car- m Dr. Carman's office resulted in a
PORT IX Ml ETING
James J. Hill, railway builder, owner ami operator, in an
his term of office Is necessarily six |O. O. F. Temple.
i <un was charged with the killing or goat deal of feeling against Mr». Car
article contributed Io the June number of tlie Muthels Maga
years from the first Monday In Janu
Mrs. Hailey while the latter was In man in the village. Friends of tbe
For some time the» have been at
zine. takes the positive ground that lliero la nothing more Im
With a cousecration mei-ting of the the office of Mrs. Carman's husband, doctor and his wife rallied to her »up-
portant In thlx or Iti any other nation than the pocketbook of
i-ort. r • -<it Iting in nearly tbe entire
"Judge Cleeton belug thus the alleys, making Improvements, etc., membership of the church Sundav a Freeport, L. L, physician.
the wife. The pocketbook of the husband, tlie enrnlftg factor
village taking sides on the matter.
hgltlmate county judge of .Multnomah until the alleys are now second to afternoou and a farewell sermon last
In the family, la of minor ln>ortance, compared with that of the
Following a highly sensational
county, all orders, Judgments und de none in Southern Oregon. In ad night. Elder Swander. state secretary leased front custody under »25.000
woman, who baa the home and the children under her control.
hearing the grand jury of Nassau
crees made, given or rendered by him dition to the bowling alley, the of the Christian church closed his bonds.
Hhe Is I he «pander. It matters not just how the money she
since he ussumed the duties of that l<- sees ure Installing a number of series of meetings here. This morn neighbors, and the district attorney's county returned an Indictmeut against
BpeniU comes lo her, whether from her own earnings or from
Mrs. Carman, charging her with man
office are valid, and binding, so tar as , pool and billiard tables, and will have ing he left for Portland.
office made no opposition to her being
the earnings of her husband; It Is she who disperses the average
slaughter In the first degree. Her
Suudav Elder Swander received a admitted to bail.
the right to hear and determine mat a pleasant establishment open to both
Income. As Mr. Illll seta it. the great question Is whether ahe
ball was arranged at once, many
generous number of pledges for the
ters coming before him in proliHte and men and women.
It is understood that Mrs. Carman friends of Dr. Carman coming for
knows how to use her pocketbook wisely.
fund devoted to state work. He ex
guardianship proceedings is con
i v ill not be tried again. She has re- ward with offers.
He deplores the tendency of the average woman to buy
pressed himself as much gratified at.
icovered from her collapse following
Subsequently District Attorney
cheap things. This he pronounces the worst kind of economy,
"From tho opinions handed down In
the jury's disagreement, and left for Smith uncovered new evidence that
A good buyer, ! a holds, really reduces
the case of Branch vs. McCormick, It
hei Freeport home.
resulted in another grand Jury hear
ing a high price for an article that la worth It, and he illus
newspapers for the support and pub
will bo assumed that the attempt by
The case was peculiar in many re ing, and Mrs. Carman was re-indicted,
irate» Ills meaning by telling f a transaction In steel rails by
Chapter 370 of the General 1-aws of
which ho saved to per cent for Ills company by paying «6,000,-
Eight new members were received spects. It was also the first time that this time on a charge of murder.
Oregon of 1013. to organise depart
An important witness for tbe state
ooo more for thorn than he had anticipated doing. In order that
the church during the meetings la dictograph figured In a murder trial
ment No. ti of the circuit court of the
was Frank Farrell, a wanderer. He
lie might have those of renl worth. He could have made nn Im
A baptistry was also installed in the Iln this country.
.Fourth Judicial District, created at
The dictograph that figured so Is said to have been In the Carman
mediate saving of «3,000,000 by purchasing rails or n cheaper
least a de facto court for Multnomah
grade A competing company did buy the latter, nnd had to re
strongly in the trial was found In Dr. yard the night of the murder, and tbe
county. When, therefore. Judge Clee-
lay Ils tracks within four years »1 a far greater coat than the
'Carman's office after the murder. Mrs. have seen a woman running away
Here on Business.
ton heard and determined causes in
original Installation, while tfie rails tor which lie paid the high
| Carman, soon after the murder and from the window through which the
such court he was acting as a de
before she had been Indicted, eooly fatal shot was fired.
er price are still In service.
lacto judge thereof, and all order»,
Mrs. Carman’s remarkable compo
admitted that she had had It placed
With this hh a basis, Mr. Illll feels that lie Is in a position to
Judgments and decrees made, given
NE HD.il A N D T H I R S D A Y
during the grand jury Investiga
talk economy lo housewives, mid he tells them It makes no dif
and rendered by him therein are con-
tion, prior to her first Indictment end
ference whether one Is buying miles steel rails or undercloth
<111*1x0, valid nnd binding upon all
women patients. She confessed that up until the time she was InJIctad for
ing for the children, or a bunch of onions, the tiling to do Is to
parties, unless his authority In such
was jealous of him, and she want murder, was much commented on.
Imy for real worth. The point that, (lie cheapest la often the
matters was duly challenged before
find out whether or not her sus- Following her Indictment on the mur
dearest In the long run la well taken.
Local Thespians are to tread the acters:
and determination was reached there
der charge she seemed to show traces
Mr. Stanton, Charles Hutchinson;
in. A party eannot be permitted to bohrds at the Orpheus theater Wed
Mr. Merchant, this Mutual Girl page Is going to appeal to the
worry for the first time. She grew
Mrs. Bailey was slain at night.
[wall until an adverse judgment or de- nesday and Thursday nights of this Mrs. Stanton, Mrs. O. D. Matthews;
mighty factors In the spending the money for the home needs
111 when confined In tbe county jail,
i< rev* Is rendered against him and then week, when "A Country Girl," a rip- I Milly, Mrs. J. L. Cunningham; Tom
The and for a time It was fearad her
ciaim that the judge before whom ills roaring comedy of mistaken Identity my, Rhinehart Motschenbacher; Bob, Mrs. Bailey had called on him. „„ .health was such that she could not
case was tried was powerless to deter will be given. There is a clever ro Stanley Smith; Bob's wife, Mrs A. Y.
from the outside of the house Dr.
1 'be tried at the time sot
mance running through thia sprightly Tindall
mine the Issues Involved "
UPHELD Bï COURT
No Verdict From Jury
Mrs. Carman Out on Bond; May Not Be Tried Again
Pocketbook of the Wife