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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1914
Black Sea and in Asia DESPITE RAIN, SLEET, SNOW
ASQUITH ASKS K yjrea gf jyar 4roun(/
FOR WAR COST
t utted Press Service
LONDON, Nov. 16.
AND FLOODS, TROOPS FIGHT;
REPORT REGIMENT DROWNED
(north of Bfxsciiuole, when th« alii««
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BERLIN, Nov. 1«. it is uffieiallj again flooded the district where there
announced that everywhere in the has been bitter fighting for a line to
west the Germans held their posi th« coast.
This evening's dispatch sa.d tlw
tions Sunday, and repulsed the at
tacks of the allies south of Dix Mu de. miles had been added to the flooded
Officiais say that the lighting aieug area, caused by cutting the dykes and
the coast is less violent, as It is snow the swollen streams from th« rain. It
ing and sleeting, with an intermittent extends from Dix Mude to three miles
from Bixscboote and the Forest Hou-
It was the recession of water last
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LONDON. Nov. 16.-—As a result of week that permitted the Germans to
the gales and storms the fate of the attack Dix Mude.
The trenches of both armies aru
allied left in Belgium is concerning
the war office. It is realised that full of water. Rain and a heavy gale
there is acute danger of an epidemic. are sweeping the coast.
Heavy artillery has been active tor
The troops are suffering intensely,
a» it is practically impossible for the past twenty-four hours, as it Is im
them to keep dry. Heavy clothing possible for Infantry to move under
and winter supplies are being rushed the present conditions.
The Germans are endeavoring ’o
to the front.
The German situation is said to be regain a foothold along the Yser. It
even more serious. The roads are im U stated that they were driven to the
passible as a result of the flooding. right bank of the canal with heavy
Guns and wagon» are virtually ma- loss.
Reports are that the Germans ueai
rotmed In many places.
Dix Mude are reinforcing. Towne are
stantlnople. In fact, so confident have United Preus Service
the Russians become that they have
Fighting is swinging away from
PARIS, Nov. 16.—According to to
renamed that great city Tsargrad.
day's communique, an entire German Ypres, the heaviest action being six
At the Dardanelles a British-French regiment was destroyed by water . miles from there.
fleet is bombarding the fortifications.
It Is not known how strong they are
and how long they will hold out. The
Turks have given it out that these
forts were able to withstand any
uaval attacks, but the statement ts
quith in the house of commons today
asked the voting of an addition na
tional credit of a billion and a quar
ter. This the house agreed to do.
Asquith slated that Io Saturday the
coal of the war Was four aud a half to
fivu million dally over normal ex-
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BERLIN, Nov. 1«.—Au official
statement from Geneva states that
Uermau coast «uu» disabled the cruis
er Falcon off Rinaldo. It I» also re
ported that several hundred French
aud British prisoner« have been taken
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LONDON, Noy. 16—According to
the German newspaper being printed
at Hrueeela, a British aviator crossed
Court rat. Re'vluu», and bombed the
town, killing tfteen.
The war has moved nearer th« Ori- sud within a few days had Invaded
ent with the advent of Turkey, and Armenta. A Russian force attacked
the Turke near Ardost and the Turks
battles between Ituasl* and Turkey fled, according to Kuaalan foreign
have been fought on the border of office. Once in Armenia, the Rusalane
Persia, which la not a long distance dislodged the Turks at the village of
from India The Russians crossed the Id, sixty miles west of Kars. After a
hard fight they took Khoraaaau and
Caucasus mountains shortly after the
Karaderbcnt. 1-ater they took Dlya-
Turks began the bombardment of dln with many prisoners end some
Russian cities on the Black Sen coast. munitions of war. After that they en-
HE HELD TOMORROW NIGHT
I IHT tll'Flt'KItS I.ATER OX
cored Bayazld, the capital of one of
Al thia time the cruiser» Goeben
and Breslau, said to hare been sold
'to the Turk» by the German govern
ment, are In the Black Sea. Alread«
Odessa and Theodosia have been at
tacked. The strength of the Russian
Black Sea fleet Is not known. Should
lit drive out the Turks It will begin
bombardment of fortifications at Con-
EXCAVAIOR ON KILLS KOKSE AS INSTALLING NEW
“DIXON” DRAIN WELL IS CHICKEN HEATING PLANT
Tomorrow night Is the time set for
Ute annual meeting of the Klamath
Sportsmen's Association. The meet
Ing will be held at th« Chamber of
HH’NTIR NORTHWEST OF THE I ORT KLAMATH FARMER'S APPE-
IMPROVEMENT IS BEING MADE
It la believed that at tomorrow
DIXON RANCH TO BE DRAIXED.
TITE Kilt HEN t'OHTH »200.
IT THE BL tCKBl'HN HOSPITAL.
night's meeting only routine matter»
will be attended to. and that arrange
nients will be made for the sports
men at a later date, at which time'
officers will be named.
The reclamation service excavator
( Herald Special Service)
No. 1 today started work on the Dix
In order to improve the heating
Marriage Ll<en«e Iseuccl.
FORT KLAMATH, Nov. 16,—L. W facilities at the Blackburn Hospital,
A marrlngo license was Issued to , on drain, which la to drain the coun
day to I. D. Bostwick and Edythe try northwest of the Dixon ranch. Copeland, who operates an excellent | J. E. Moran of the J. I-ooney company
The prospective groom 1» This will drain the pools and potboles clover and timothy ranch west of this <>t San Francisco this morning started
In that section, but will not disturb town, had the misfortune of killing
part owner of a local barber shop
th« pool known a« "Dixon's pond," uue of bi» fln« work horse», valued at ¡the installing of a new heating ays-
1200. The accident agalu prove« thsi tern, John Shannon Is assisting Mr.
In New Jersey and Maryland chil which 1» a favorite duck pond.
The latter part of this week the flrearms ar« always dangerous, and Mora*.
dren 5 years of age and under, as well
The system being installed Is a
as older, toll all day tn the berry reclamation service will start work that the "Innocent byatander" la
Honeywell mercury pressure system,
In the cotton fields of the on a concrete culvert, where the about as safe (?) a» he ever was.
In an effort to get the perquisite for
South children 6, * and 1» years of Smith-Horner drain crossee the diver
ago slave 6» hours a week, averaging sion channel This will give employ a chicken dinuar. Mr. Copeland had
fired a couple of unsuccessful shota
ment to about twenty men
more than 10 hours a day.
with a .22 rifle at a hen when he dis
covered that he was out of shells for
Copeland then took his .30-,30. and
after firing a »oft-nosed bullet he
found that he hud succeeded, not only
in killing the chicken, but also a
The bullet, glancing from a
»bed building, pasaed through the
stable, and hitting the horse, tore a.
gaping wound through Its lung*
Sl K\It E WILL BE HELI» DECEM- SERIES OF SIX LECTURES OX SO-
BY BIG BLAZE
CT.AL SERVICE TOPICS TO BE
4 DDR ESS
Sunday, December 6th. will be ob
served by the Benevolent and Protec
SPREAD THROVGH BUSINESS tive Order of Elks all over the United
States as Memorial Sunday, when ob
DISTRICT, DESTROYING SEVER servances will be neld in nonor of the
members gone beyond, Plans for the
local observance are already under
Hon. Lawrence T. Harri» of Eu-
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‘gene, one of the newly elected justices
Aria., Nov. 16—One
of the supreme court, will deliver the
of the most disastrous fires in the
address here. The service will prob-
history of Phoenix was controlled
' ably be held In Houston’s opera
shortly before noon today, after
hpuse. and the public Is Invited.
sweeping a portion of the business
district. Half a dozen buildings were
destroyed early this morning
damage will run close to a million.
The fire started tn a restaurant
one of the latest to be devised Thia kitchen.
is the first of the kind for Klamath
Falls, and Manager A. J. Lyle of the
hospital expects to have the best heat
ed building In town this winter
IHITKH PRETTI SOOX
The Christian church board Sunday
decided to purchase for
the stereopticon lantern recently or
dered by Pastor S. D. Harlan. The
lantern will be used in connection
with a series of social service lec
tures to be given at the church.
The illustrations for these lectures
are now being used with success in
Idaho, aud as soon as possible they
will be brought here. The-e are six
lecture sets, embracing some vital
questions. The talks will be made by
Reserve Banks Open
RECEIPTS EIGHT ^sten>t0 ^orrect^uturef*nanc!a' Evils
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WASHINGTON, D. C.. Nov. 16.—
HOGS MAKE A BETTER SHOWING,
, The biggest bank the world has ever
HUT BARELY ENOUGH CATTLE, ,,.vn> the Federal Reserve bank, cap
ital stock 320,000.000,000, designed
RECEIVED TO MAKE AN AP. to prevent panics and give elasticity
I lleinry Meeting Postponed.
ATTEMPT IS MADE TO CUT
to our currency, opened its doors for
In order to give all of the men uu
opportunity to attend the meeting to
In twelve cities the regional banks
this, saying that lie is wlllin« to sac be held tomorrow night by the Oregon
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THE REAR DOOR OF K, SI GAR
began their work. In every
(Herald Special Service)
*.v ASHINGTON, D. C.. Nov. 16,— ’ rifice everything for peace in the re Social Hygiene Society, the regular
every town of the coun
meeting of the Klamath Literary Club
Whether or not the Mexican faction»
PORTLAND. Nov. 16,—Receipts
try, banks formally became members
Gutierres and the ontlrc Aguaa Cal- hn» beeu postponed until Friday
will peaceably agree will probably be
|of cattle continued light all last week, !of\he Federal Reserve Bank system
Ths meeting will be held at
decided In two day». Htrte depart lente« convention are prepared to go'night
barely enough coming forward to I The twelve regional banks with
Another means of taking advantage
ment ndvli.'s I 'd.Kito that the con to Mexico City and finally arrange for ¡the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. I’. Btew-
Some good steers ¡their capital based on 6 per cent of
the transfer Of authority.
¡«rt, on Washington street, and the of a merchandise sale wa« tried at K make a showing
ferences between tepresentatlvea of
were sold first of week at $7.25.
i the total capital stock and surplus of
AI odern Sugarman's store early Sunday morn
- .... —
.discussion topic will be
Gutierrez and Parranzn are nearing a
During the week from >7 to >7.15 I the member banks, follow
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i Philosophy," with Rev. E. C. Rlch- ing, when a would-be burglar worked
; was the general price for tops. The
I No. 1— Boston .... . . . .$ 9,824,543
WASHINGTON, D. C„ Nov. 16.— ards as lender
to get Into the »tore aud rBb the safe
United States Consul General J olin
market was steady to strong for all
State department dispatches confirm (
No. 2— New York .
I, billlinan, w ho Is with Carranza, haa
|the (’tilted Pre»» dlspatche« from El
The first European parliament to was made to gain entrance through a ¡classes.
notified Secretary B-yan Hint an agree
Hogs again made a much better j No. 4— Cleveland . i
Pano that Carranza Is agreed to re- enforce teototalism wa» that of lce- ¡trap door, and then attention was gtv-!
ment Is near
»bowing. The market opened at $7.15 No. 5— Richmond .
tlro and leave Mexico.
Secretary land, where a law was passed two en to the rear door.
! No. 6— Atlanta ....
Bryan »ays this means the restoration 'years ago prohibiting tho importation
After forcing the ksy from the lock and closed at $7.20 for tops.
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Monday's run of 4,000 did not No. 7— Chicago ...
or sale of Intoxicating liquors. One tlie burglar found his way •»aired by
EL PASO, Tex., Nov. 16.—Oeneral
Gutierrez has »ent a positive guar-¡effect of this treasure wa» to deprive a heavy timber bar on the inside. It cause a flutter in the market, all go- No. 8— St. Louis . .
Gutierres has wired Enrique Llóren nntee to President Wilson that the‘tho foreign consuls at Rlekjavlk of was evidently his intention to saw ing at steady to strong prices. Good ¡No. 9— Minneapolis
te, Ills diplomatic agent here, that he Ilves and property of forelguera will their drink, so they protested to the through this, for he had whittled » average receipts and quality all week. ¡No. 10— Kansas City
Sheep receipts continued light, and No. 11— Dallas ....
has personally submitted to Villa the bo protected, lie says that dictator- governor, pointing out that such a silt In the door panel opposite the tim-
offer of Carranza to transfur his au ships are ended forever In Mexico, and ¡deprivation constituted an Infrlnge- , hfr The intruder. It I» believed, was the demand is still excellent. Top No. 12— San Francisco .
lambs sold at $6.35, all other lines
thority to Gutierre» and expatriate that the military factions realize that inent of the rights of diplomacy,
The inauguartlon of the Federal
strong to higher.
hlmuelf if Villa will resign from the only a government the people them-'------------------------------
Reserve bank today murks a com
army and leave Mexico.
aelvos commission can reorganize and
Silverton has voted bonds for a
Amity I» planning to build water-
For killlug sheep trade has been plete revolution In Uncle Sam's cur
Villa, It is said, baa agreed to do stabilise the government.
jnew high school.
good, feeders being In good demand. rency system. Its builders claim it
Carranza Makes Proposal That Suits Everybody
TO ENTER STORE
will keep too much money from flow
ing into Wall street, to the detriment
of the rest of the country, enable one
section of the country to better aid
the business of another section in
’>“« of need, strengthen credit In
times of stress, and thus, by keeping
the money supply evenly distributed.
an<i more easily available, eure the
country of the panic disease which
has been recurring about every twen
ty years for the past century.
The way It is going to affect the
average person is something like this:
If John Smith, In Kansas, has a
wheat crop that he wishes to move,
and if Kansas is short of money, then
the Federal Reserve board will aid
the Kansas City regional bank in get
ting money at any or ail ot the other
eleven regional bauks. It may be
that Atlanta hasn't the money to
spare, or that New York may be
financing foreign shipments, or that
Boston needs her money for th«
mills, but San Francisco may have
plenty of cash to spare.
If so. then the San Francisco money
will be used to move the wueat crop
In Kansas, the entire system of credit
being so co-ordinated and linked to
gether as to have banks act as a unit
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