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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914
Which Led in Battle Off Chili
TO SAVE THE COAST
German Cruiser Scharnhorst,
»rut in a body to the polka
and were «worn in an deputy
and were armed
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l ulled Press .Service
Much alarm is fell in officisi clrch
over the situation in Mexico C’ty, and
apprehension is growing stronger.
Official communication I* completely
severed, and the slate department's
efforts to transmit queries to repre
sentative* have so far failed
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United Preu Horvlco
PKTROGIIAD. Nov 18 Today«
«tatcnieut« from lhe war offi«« say«
"Cunt limed ■uccrwn«-i> t«»p4irtr<| from
‘ Ituashm cavalry, attacking n re
treating Infantry corp« near Ixidx,
drove them Into a swamp. Indicting
heavy loss, and ea|>tur«»d a number
‘‘Attempt* of the enemy to counter-
act are everywhere repulsed “
United Pr«ras Service
EIL I’ASO, Texas. Nov 25 - Con
flicting reports come from Guadala
jara. One is to the effect that the
Carranzistas are evacuating the town
and fleeing toward Manzinalia. An
other report is that the battle stili
continues. Wire communications in-
NAVY STORMS TO
KEEP LONDON IN
L uiled Pre** Service
PARIS. Nov. 20.—Tiie «tiled fleet is baR«ri*g away at
line trying <o reach the Ik igian coart. The activities of the warship« indi
cate that liiey are determine«! to curb th« German plan to establish a baae
«•n the North Sea for a raid on London.
As a result of the tiring between the ships and the G«-riuan artillery
The German cruiser Scharuhoret. of maintained till* range, at lhe *ame(of the head s»-a made tiring difficult,
of Zwebruge is seriously ilamagcil.
I'nlled Press tyervlce
II,dot) tons and a speed of 30 knots, time sending out wireless signal* Uy
It is report«! that six German suEmai in»-* there are either destroyed or
VIKNNA (wireless from Berlin». led the Germans In the nuval battle thia time the suu was setting Immedi of the Good Hope and Monmouth.
Iwdly cri|q>i<«l, hut this is not confirmed. It is known that Ute British fleet
Nov. 18 —It la officially announced off the Chilean coast November 1. ately behlud us from the enemy's po Tbe enemy, tiring salvos, got the
off tlw <-<w»t vigorously l>ombar<led Ze -brng« yesteriiny, at the i»olnt where
'hat th« situation tn Poland Is un *h«n th« British cruisers Good Hop« sition. »nd w hile li was above the bor- range quickly. Its third salvo caused
tlx- vessels were sup|M*«*dly hs-ated.
changed Ths official bulletin say*: sud Monmouth were sunk. This I» a Ison we had the advantage In light, tire to break out in the fore part of
It is announce«! Uvat tile East Indian tr»si|m («»lay retook th«* trenebea
"Both aid«»« continue fighting ener hart of tho report mad« by Captaiu but the range was too great. At 8:55 the Good Hope and the Moumouth,
lost to the Germans jester«lay.
I lice of the cruleer Glasgow to the the sun set. and the visibility condi and both ships were cotatantly on
In retaking the entreni-liwfenls. it is said, the Hindoo* capture«! three
"The Austrians have capture»! sev- British admiralty from Rio de Janeiro tions were altered. Onr ships were Are. At 7:50 an immense explosion
"HERIFF AND JANITOR ( HID IN German officer«, too men. three machine guns and one mortar.
silhouetted against the after-glow of occurred on the Good Hope at amld-
eral Important positions near Wol-!where hl* iwl 1» being repaired:
In general, the condition Is unchanged along tile front.
"Th« enemy, who hail turned south,
The latest communique states that on the French right, and in the
"A total of lib,noil Itusalen pris was now in a »Ingle line ahead, and the enemy difficult to see At 7:30 the high. The total destruction of lhe ves
region of PonUtniousaou. the artillery tmnvbartled Arnaville, within ten
oner* are now interned In Austria. about twelve miles distant The enemy opened tire at 13.000 yards, sel followed It was now quite dark I
mil«« of Meta. Tills is the nearest the French have been to Met* since the
Thia number Includ«*« a thousand
Hcliarnliorst and Gneisenau were in followed in quick succession by the and both sides continued flring at| MATES
war broke out.
the lead At 4 H the speed was or Good Hope, the Monmouth and the
Heavy losses were indicted to tbe Germans in the vicinity ot '«ieuport,
dered up to 17 knots and the flagship iGlaagow, The two squadrons were Monmouth was badly down by the
where they were caught between th»- tire of th«' British troop« and the
signaled to the Canopus. ’Am going to now converging, each ship engaging
If they can And no reason to be gun* of tlw ullie*' warship«.
attack the «'uemy no*.' The enemy the opposite number In the line. The to lhe sea. signalling the Glasgow to thankful over the way fate Is treating
was now 15.00b yards away, and growing darkness and the haxy spray that effect."
¡them at present, prisoners in the
[county jail awaiting beariug before
the grand jury are at least thankful
that C. C. Low is sheriff and that E.
B. Ramsby Is janitor of the court
house. Through these two men the
prisoners are to have turkey dinner
•.TORY OF THE! FIRMT THANKS-
tomorrow, and, as one prisoner. Chas.
Meader. Is a cook par excellence. It
will be a turkey served right.
The prisoners have been anxious to
MOOD nil ENIRGE! WORK OF TIIE COMMITTEE! IH NAMED BY CHAIR- SECOND INCRF.AHE: IS MADE IN pile rood whenever possible, as It
gave them some exerefs« and fresh
THE SIZE OF THE SHIPMENT OF
MAN TO ATTESI» TO THIS—II..
MANUAL TRAINING DEPART-
air. This, of course, has helped ‘‘Dad'’
Tbe importance and influence of the business meeting was presided
PINE LOGS EOH THE OREGON Ramsby, and to show his apprecia the Klamath Sportsmen’s Association over by E. B. Hall, the Eastern Ore-
And Mary was there -with her
tion, he announced that be would buy was fully proven by the great and en- son member of the executive board of
STATE III II.DING.
hair in a braid. Likewise, among
MOVIES ON PROGRAM
a turkey. Sheriff Low insisted on pay thualMtic gathering at the annual the Oregon Sportsmen * l.esgue.
those present were Jennie, her hair In
ing half the cost of the bird. So “turk meeting of the association held Tues-
County Judge W. S. Worden deiiv-
curia; Freddie, bls hair really combed.
and fltxin's” will be the menu to day at the White Pelican Hotel, cred the addrees of welcome to th«
Husie, with her hair In ribbons -and
The Barnes Lumber company, morrow.
At u ineetlni of th« Chautauqua
In response to an Invllntloii from
Each year the attenwance and enthu visltiug guests, and be was followed
all of the other primary and Interme
11. H. EJdmond». was today
In addition to the turkey, cranber siasm increases, as the people realize by short talks by W. O. Smith. Sam
the Baldwin Hartl war«' comimuy, the stockholder* last night. It was de
diate pupils of the local aehool*.
cided that the org..nlxatlon should be designated to furnish the logs and ries and oysters for dressing were the importance of the work being Evans, W. A. Delaell. George J. Wal
Present also were their proud parents. High School ha« d«»clded to hold an
Elder S. D. Harlan ■uplings needed for the interior finish furnished by the newspaper men cov done by this organization.
ton and Oliver P. Morton.
The occasion for all of this slick
of th* organisa of tho Oregon building at the Panama ering the court house beat, »nd Cir
The following officer* ware elected
"This is one of tbe most represen
ing up. application of soap and wa training dopnrtment in the Baldwin
cuit Court Clerk George Chestain
tion. and W. 8. Slough aa secretary.
ter, best suits und dresses, etc., was window*. The tint« of this is not
exposition helped the good cause along further tative body of business men it has for the coming year: W. A. Delzell.
In addition to Chautauqua talk*.
been my pleasure to see,” said R. E. president; J. E, Bodge, vice preai
the Thanksgiving observation at the set a« yet.
grounds, The order will be rushed with a pair of nice mince pies.
Clanton, master tlah warden, in his dent J. E. Swansen, secretary, and J.
The exhibit will Include a tin tuber Miss Bessie Applegate gave a lecture
schools yesterday. In the small grades
south a* soon as possible.
talk to the members. "1 have met J. Parker, treasurer, Director* out-
this was «specially the case, and In ¡of piece* of furniture made by Hie <>n Ittllan art, and a reel of Strand
By telephone, Mr. Hyland of the
with many sportsmen's organizations side of Klamath Falla were elected as
lieu of studies, the afternoon was de high school boy* for the Oregou state
exposition commission this morning
iu every part of the state, and I can follows: W. C. Dalton. Malin; John
voted to exercise« appropriate to [bonding at the fair. There will also theater mnnageinent.
say that in the usual gathering ot Martin, Merrill, L. C. Sisemore, Fort
Thanksgiving. In some of the grades, .!>«■ examples of forge work, and the
increased the size of the order for
this kind the business and the mar. Klamath; J. O. Ha maker. Bonanza;
cantatas commemorative of the Pil «xhlhlt us a whole will bo one to open
bark covered pin* l«»gs and pole* Tbe
who is responsible for the develop D. F. Driscoll. lily; Sam Pagett,
grim day* wcr« given, and were high th«' eyes of the taxpayer* to whut the
order to be filled by the Barnes Lum
ment of the country is usually ab Keno. F. M. Cleaves, Crescent; B. St.
, high school student* are learning
ly enjoyed by pupils and parents
ber company calls for 19,000 feet of
Geo. Bishop, Odessa; It. C. Klepper,
logs 12 feet in length snd 18 to 22
The bylaws were amended to pro
thusiastic listeners followed every
feet of polos and small logs.
"ANOTHER MAN’S WIFE" IS THE:
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word of Mr. Clanton in his outline of vide for an executive committee with
TITLE OF A SKIT TO III; GIVEN the plans he proposed to recommend authority to transact business for the
to the state tlsh and game commis association, to consist of the presi
LEADERS (HOSEN AT TUESDAY
sion, of w ork to be undertaken in tbe dent. vice president, secretary, treas
, propogatiou and distribution of trout urer and three additional members
ANI» TOMORROW NIGHT
NIGHT’S MEE/TING TO GUIDE:
to be elected. Fred L. Houston, O.
in Klamath county next year.
DESTINIES OF THE: ORDER FOR
Mr. Clanton stated that lhe Spencer W. Robertson and Bert E. Withrow
hatchery was the best trout were elected on this board.
According to jhose who claim to
IRE COMING TERM
Jas. H. Driscoll was chosen as a
know, Klamath E'alls people will have taking station in the state ot Oregon.
[occasion to be thankful that in this More eggs were taken from this sta delegate to represent the association
STORED ARK LIMITED, AND ARMS «lay and age It is possible for clever tion the past year than from any oth-!at the annual meeting of the Orogon
At tile regular meeting of Ewauna
China booth Mr*. Henry L. Ben
Even moro elaborate I linn imuni
[comedies to be produced, after wit er, notwithstanding the delay in the Sportsmen’s League, to be held In
Encampment No. 46, 1. O. O. F. held
AND ARMS AND AMMUNITION
will ho th« annual baxuar «Ivon by son. Mr*. Klnnear.
nessing the production of "Another work causetl by trouble early In the Portland on December 7th.
Tuesday night, the following officers
the Ladle«’ Aid Society of Grace M. E.
Toil booth Mrs. George J. Walton.
One of the important actions of the
’s Wife" nt the Orpheus last night season. According to Mr. Clanton a
were elected for the coming term:
church this year. This affair Is to be Mrs. C. V. Fisher.
and tonight. This Is hailed as a liberal amount of money is to be spent gathering of sportsmen was the adop
WORK RESTORING ORDE R
given nt the Bristol building, between
on Spencer Creek next year. A branch tion by unanimous vote of a resolu
Apron booth- Mrs. W. .1. Steinmetz
laugh producer of the first water.
Senior Warden-—M. 11. Doty.
th« Sugarman and Maguire stores, on Mr*. Elmer Mill*.
: hatchery is also to be established on tion approving the present organln-
Junior Warden Fred Hyndman.
Friday, December 4th
Thespians, the cast being as follows: the north fork of the Sprague River, tion of the State Fish and Gxms Com
Fancywork booth Mr*. J 8. Kill-1 Treasurer -Nate Otterbein.
The ladles have been busily at
United Press Service
mission, and their recent action In re
Mm. Scrimage. . . Mrs. 8. W. Garrett near Bly.
Scribe O. H. Brenneman.
work preparing for the baxuar for
VERA CRUZ. Nov 36
instating R. E. Clanton as master Bsh
several weeks, and as a result, they IlniuRby and Mrs. W. A. Leonard.
have reached here that mobs are over- Hector Scrimage. .11. Motschenbacher F. Stone and congratulated Klamath warden and William L Finley as state
Candy booth Mr*. C. V. Fisher.
will have <>,« sale a wide assortment of
E. T. Slii'pherd returned last even [ running Mexico City, looting store* .Jessie Wharton Mra.J.L.Cunnlugham [county on being represented by him game warden
fancy work, aprons and other articles
Grab booth- Mrs. Loy Hllynril.
ing from a trip iu California, whore land pawnshops Some of the mob are Tldlngton Locke......... Stanley Smith ion tho state commission. He also
Doll booth Mrs T. Skillington, JiO sold a Helming Player for ctwh appropriating arms and ammunition, Mrs. Delaney . . . Mrs. O. D Matthew* [ lauded the excellent work done by Here for a Visit.
suitable for Christmas gifts. Beside*
the sale of fancy work, etc., a dinner Mrs. H. 8. Wood.
ip-ar Hacramento and an expensive and murder and arson Is feared
i District Game Warden Henry Stout,
Mrs. Ballnger cam* in last night
Dinner committee Mrs William iConcord style a’ Riverside. In his
will be served during the evening.
A late report state* that civilians
After two years of litigation the who, he said, was one of the most from Ellensburg, Wash., to visit her
The ladles in charge of the various B. Bartie*, Mr*. Ernest C. Richards, absence several pianos were disposed mustered out of the federal army are Oregon Municipal elevator in to be efficient wardens in tho state.
son, Postmaster W. A DeHell and
Mrs. Charles Martin.
of at the local store.
endeavoring to reatore order. They built.
| The social session which preceded | family.
FOO BN TURKEY
POPIES TEEE Of
Is a Great Success
M. E. Ladies Aid Will