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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1914
SUII FILED TO
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IÖ CRUSH FOES
I HE GERMANS
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Crown Prince, in Interview With United Pres« Correspondent O.XL OF ZAPATA'N LIE! TENANT»
Says Teutons Are United in Fight, and Are Bound to
IF MADE GOVERNOR OF STATE
Triumph Over Their Enemies
MAN IN RULER OF Gl ERRERÒ
ll«|H*r1» From I biiiilvr« Art* TIuil tlx-
iriili'ii loru» liv on tiu D«f«ll*-
I»«— Klug George »ml
U llheini Ire Nuw *i tlx- Front, Ac-
lilli<l< ubwg I« ltalM-<l by kul-xr.
I'nllvd I'tv** Service
PETROGRAD, Nov 30 - It u »»tan
hope« of victory r»*t upon th» »nur-
li uus t»inforcement* being rushed to
Thia fore« la expeclod to
crush ths Germau offcnalve south of
Near I.oda th» surrounded Ger-
mana are making terrific effort* to
tut their way out. *<i the Russian
*ea there is not yet complete.
ID CHAPMAN CO.
I.D RESTRAIN ANY WORK
VX OER IT
united P ess Service
IL N. Day. Through HI* Local Agent,
EL PASO, Texas, Nov. 30.—Dis
Alleni-* Thal tlif Contract I« in Di
patches received here convey the ln-
fi rmation that General GertrudU San
rect Violation of Law, n* Tb**re I*
chez has been appointed as com
mander of the state of Guerrero, the
Lera Than *—OO in the Court Houao
stronghold of General Zapata, while
Fund, and the County'* Indebted-
General Juan Banderas, Zapatas prin
cipal lieutenant and right hand man
l i-*, Exceed« S.S,ooo.
ha* been made commandant of the
state of Sinaloa.
That the most effective boom Gov
ernor West can give a muu I* hl» op- i
position Is shown by the complete re
turn* for Hie supreme court judge
ship*. At the lime Benson declared
lie would brook no further delay In
detidlng whether be or McNary was
untitled to ihu fourth republican nom-
illation, Governor West <atue out
avuin»! Benson In several leitet» of
vlinpeiatlun und abuse, a* u result of
»hitit, Ben-on. who finished neuk and
ink for fourth place in Ih» primarie«,
V.a* aecond high In the- general elec
‘¡'Le complete »(ate vote for lice t)Ve
top candidate* follow*
> suit to have declared Illegal the
contract,whereby County Judge Wor-
• den and County Commissioner Merrill
would give the Chapman Const ruction
I company 1 •> per cent of the cost of tue
completion of the court house for
the work, was filed to
mi . me
day. R. N. Day, through bls attor
MlwS EVELYN APPLEGATE. WHO , ueys. Kuykendall & Ferguson. Is the
711.3 o it
plaintiff, and the defendants are Wor
I n ESPECIALLY QUALIFIED FOR
den, Merrill and the Chapman Con
Cnlied Preu Servie»
THE PLACE. IS IN charge : of struction company.
HERLIN. Nov. St'
Thu oAclal an
'I his action also seeks a restraining
tKiunceuiont of the promotion of Gen
order to enjoin the defendants from
• rut von lllndcnberg to th» rank of
carrying out or attempting to carry
liitit marshal and the fact that Kaiser
out the provision* and things con
'I be study of music was re-estab
U libel tn I* now *t the trout ha*
tracted to be done In the contract, or
lit hed as a part of the public school
areuaed mudi public enthusiasm
ai' -ged contract.
course today by the local school
The war olile« claim* no victory in
It Is heid in the complaint filed to
Miss Evelyn Applegate, a
Poland, but says the fighting Hier» I«
day that at the time the contract was
Killitit. sllnRI M.LEGES I II AT
oecuted, there was in the new court
charge of the department.
h«u*e fund of Klamath county a total
A strong R um I rii attack upon for-
I lil t h INwl Ell TO HIM I olt 1
For this position. Miss Applegate
of $139.47. The contract, it is held,
tipcatlon* «a*t of Dsrkehmeu has ut
H orne : CAME HAt K FROM THE
attempts to create an obligation and
terly failed The Germans look 80U
study. She has taught music In Ore-
voluntary indeb' dness, while the
luen, and south of the Vistula they
lllMi, REPI IHATEII
gou aud California schools for seven
county is already ter in voluntary
captured 500 prisoner* and I x can-
or eight years, being at one time an
rown prince was Lralisf-rred in fact, the story was sent out
This is the first photograph take
debt beyond the $5.000 limit pre
the .‘astern field after giving the the Austrians had refused further to instructor at the Ashland Normal bribed by law.
of Crown Prince Fredeiick Willia
■rilew published below,
co-operate with the Germans because 1 school.
Full to recover $330 has been start- on lh<* Prussian battle front. Ju.
l ulled Prass Servie«
The complaint further alleges that
Miss Applegate is a graduate of the
the crown prince, who was holding
in th« circuit court by Burrel back of him is shown bla favori
ut the time the contract was made,
PARIS Nov So The loiumunlque
reports no change* In the battle line W Short figalnst Paul Brunzell. In white horse, which he used when 4<-ner il von Hindeuberg and the very the Austrians were the right wing, the _ Pacific,
_____ She also took a special lhe members of the court were acting
In Belgium und Franc*. It I* de this, Kuykendall A Fergu»ou are the he led one German army in taking louvy i'lsses of both Germans and had retreated and left them at the teacher's course in the San Francisco iudlvldually. and not In regutar aea-
clared the German* are nearly every- plaintiff's attorneys
Trainiug School for Public School Mu cion as the county court of Klamath
l.uiigwy. In France
Ai tr<ans in the fighting last week mercy of the Russians.
It In alleged by Short that he sold
w hi re on the defensive.
sic Teachers, graduating last May Be- «»unty.
The allied line* are being advanced a horse to Brunzell for $130. For
sides lhe above, she also took se7eral
By.KARL von WIEGAND
south of Ypres. It la stated that « thl* amount Brunzell gave Short a
sdinmer courses in the summer Greek I* lined,
gradual German withdrawal la evi cheek on an Oakland bank, which
(Cop>rigbt, 1914, by l'nl' - i'rv« Association Copyright in Great Britaln AU rights reserved.)
schools of California University.
Antone Kalos, a Greek, employed
dent, the French and English ad- |S«*nt the check back dishonored. For
the Long Lake Lumber company,
HEADQUARTERS, ARMY OF THE many opened the first Interview he' carefully and steadily welding about Schmitz-Lundy.
«Miring and occupying abandoned | his trouble, and for the expenses of
arrested Sunday by Game Wnr-
'litigation. Short asks $200 dtmaguz CROWN PRINCE IN FRANCE, Nov. lias ever given a foreign newspaper- us
A wedding that comes as a sur- idens Stout and Furber, for hunting
A London dispatch »ays King In addition to the value of th« hors«- 30. (By courles via Namur, Alx la kman These words also prefaced the
' The fact that we foresaw and, as prise to their many local friends was wKbout a license. He pleaded guilty,
< ei rgo ha* left London for the front.
( Lappeilc, The Hague to London, via br»t statement made to the press far as possible, forestalled the attempt solemnized Sunday afternoon at the and was fined $25 and cos's. Kalos
"The enemy continue* the defens
cubic to New York)—"Without doubt by any member or the German Royal to crush us within this ring, together M. E. parsonage, when Rev. E. C. i is not a citizen of the United C'ates.
ive In Belgium.” says the commu
Richards performed the ceremony) and under the game laws a bunting
thi* I* the most stupid, the most i family since the outbreak of the war. with the fact that we aie prepared to
nique. "We hold all our ponltlon*.
i dt fend ourselves is now being used uniting Frank J. Schmitz and Carrie license would cost him $25.
senseless, the most unnecessary war
"I'm sorry, therefore, that I cannot a* an argument in an attempt to con V. Lundy in the bonds of matrimony.
■<ud the enemy'* cannon fire Is slack
of modern times.
discuss politics,” he added.
vince the world that we not only The pair have resided here for sev
Pastor to Write Ads
"Attni ks upon Bagatelle aud In the
"We German«, from the lowest to wanted this terrible conflict, but are eral years, the bride of late being em
Argonne region have been repeated,
R Hawkins, pastor of the
III VI»L I Germany. I can assure you. but it the highest, all know that we are
and Holston* ha* been subjected to a
tablishment, while Mr. Schmitz has Central Christian church of Portland,
wa* forced on us. and now the fact fighting for our existence. Since we able to convince our people that this for years been connected with the has resigned to enter the advertising
heavy artillery Are by the enemy.”
that we were so effectually prepared learned Uhat the predent war was to war was not engineered wholly and Pig Basin Lumber company as an ex i eld in 8t. Louis. Mr. Hawkins has
s< liall'H k May Ile Reino« vil.
to defend ourselves is being used as be forced on us. it has become our solely with a view to crushing the pert wood worker. The couple will Invented a patent advertising scheme
.11 NK ILLEGES THAT HF; IN
Constable John G. Bchallock, who
which he proposes to exploit.
an argument to convince the world highest duty to anticipate the struggle German people, their government in reside in Mills addition.
la very III at the Melhase home with
by every necessity and possible pre stitutions and all they hold dear. As
I'l.R.MAXE XTLV t RIPPI.ED, AND that we desired a conflict.”
dtepay anil Bright's diaeaac, may be
paration for the defense of the Fath a result, you will find the German
taken to Eugene In a few days. It Is
With the above words, Crown erland against the iron ring which people one grand unit. Imbued with a
ASKS FAIR $20,000.
reported. Ills daughter, Mrs. Junior
Prince Frederick Wilhelm of Qer- the enemies of yesterday have been magnificent spirit of self-sacrifice ”
Daggett, resides there.
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I of Captain Clark, through the canal
to San Francisco, will be, all in all,
Mias Elizabeth McCurdy leaves In i«ssness oti the part of the defend
the most spectacular and Interesting
the morning for Sacramento, where ant's employes ho Is permanently In
jured, M«»llo Frettland has commenc-
i exhibit of any state in the Union; so
*ltu will spend a month.
id suit agulnst tho Long Lake l.um-
¡there is sufficient cause for enthusi
bet company for $20,000 damages.
asm on the part of every citizen of
J'ritlier I* Still lx»w.
Oregon, and 1 am happy to note that
Frettland says ho was employed as
Circuit Court Clerk George Chas
the good people of Klamath Falls
tain came in today from Bonanza, i.n off-benrer in the mill, and that
have awakened to a realization of
where hl* father, J. A. Chastain, la bls leg was fractured. It Is alleged
IS NOW BEING PACKED. PREPAR-
v<ry loo? Ho *ays the sick man la that this leg is considerably shorter OREGON
Now that Klamath coutty, at a Southern Oregon building at the fair
j than the other.
outlay, carried away some grounds. Therefore, a campaign la
FLAGPOLE, BATTLESHIP ORE
A TORY TO BEING SHIPPED IN
liinlio Full* .Man Her«*.
htgn honors at the Manufacturers and , to be started to raise funds to main
GON—THESE. AND OTHER BEA
tain the exhibit, to provide literature, I,
The latest man to look around
land Products Show in Portland, to properly prepare and procesa «x-
\i it state ; affairs in front
work toward a similar clean-up at the hiblts, etc.
«opening Is Charles Mason, who is here
International expos I-
A pamphlet of facte concern Ing
from Idaho Falls, Idaho. Mr. Mason
I lion Is under way. George C. Blower, county is now in course of nrepara-
iis a manufacturer of hollow concrete
J. F. Maguire returned Sunday
The following Interesting extract is
blocks, anti is an expert ut all kinds from Sisson, where he purchased the who conducted the Portland exhibit tion, and will be ready for the press
from a letter to captain O. C. Apple of cement work.
in two weeks. This will contain
entire stock of Kleaver & Bickel, at such a low cost, has been chosen twenty pages of solid, reliable infor
gate from George H. My land of the
men's and women's wear and dry Klamath county representative at the mation.
'Oregon exposition commission:
Reserve Rank Rate* Fixed
fair, his appointment being ratified
To raise the fund* necessary to
"I mu complimented with your ap
O. M. Hector is now at Sisson, at by the directors of the Klamath carry on a big campaign at th« expo
preciation of my efforts while in your ' Not more than »’> and not less tl in
city, aud wish to repeat at this time 5 per cent wns fixed as the rate of in- tending to the packing and shipping Chamber ot Commerce, the Panama- sition, all sorts of schemes will be
that 1he Oregon exhibit in its en- I toreat to be charged by federal re- of the stock, which will arrive here ; Pacific International exposition com- carried out. One of these will be the
tlieiy. Including the Oregon building | serve banks for rediscounting com- next week. The stock Invoiced Ji.500. ■ uilttee, and all members of the Klam solid .ng of Klamath county farmers
ath county court.
of tho administration do not regard mill contents, the fish and game pavil- 11 irc*R' paper.
for *mall sums toward this purpose.
I'nlted Pros* Service
Another method to be adopted will
According to a statement made In
lhe county court has agreed to do-
WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 30. - (seriously tho unofficial reports tbnt Ion, tho material for which ciinC
I Unrrania hns demanded tho wlth- from your Chamber of Commerce and
Buyers are negotiating in Chicago the house of commons by Premier ¡nate from $500 to $t,000 for partici be the producing of a number of the
lhe armies of Carranza and Villa are jdruwal of the American warships
cltla«<ns, the Oregon Dug polo and the for the purchase of 40,000 pairs of Asquith, the total British casualties pation. Of this amount, about $500 atrical stunts. Th« first one of these
Hieing for Tampico, where Genera) from Vera Cruz harbor.
old battleship Oregon, coming from roti trousers of four different shades. up to October 1 amounted to 57,000 lias been expended in the collection will be a ‘ vode-vllle” affair, to be
Cabullnro Is In charge Caballaro has
Genoral fighting is expected to be the enaGrn shores of our country, The buyers are also negotiating for men of all ranks. Competent Paris of an agricultural exhibit by Cale staged In about a month. All who
'the next thing In order throughout benri.ig the president and hla cabinet, 30o,000 wire markers for the French observers say that England has 300,- Oliver, and the furnishing of two car (are Interested are asked to be at tho
manned by Its old cr*w under charge soldiers
loads of poles and slabs for the (Chamber of Commerce this evening.
Vera Cruz in quiet. The members | Mexico.
0C0 man on the battle line.
SUED FOR MONEY
Work for 1915 Fair
Blower Named Representaiive. Cash Campaign on
Racing for Tampico
Seaport Is Goal ot Rival Mexican Army Leaders