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KLAMATH FALLS — Sheriff C.C. Low thought he had located one Edson, wanted at Gold Hill for taking two horses not belonging to him, for leaving unpaid bills and other charges. Sheriff Low even went to the trouble of a trip to Fort Klamath only to discover that the suspect there was not the man wanted. Sheriff Low now is sure that Edson is not in this region.
Edson left Gold Hill about a week ago without bidding his friends adieu, and since then has not been seen or heard of, at least, by the authorities of this or Jackson or Josephine County. He is driving a team of horses that are not exactly fat and a wagon that is not exactly new. But he has not been seen here, says Sheriff Low.
A warrant has been issued in the court of Justice Glenn O. Taylor, upon complaint of Mrs. Georgia M. School of Central Point, charging Attorney O.H. Lawler of this city with embezzlement. The warrant was sworn to Thursday, through Prosecutor Kelly, but has not been served because of the constable's absence.
Mrs. Scholl alleges that Attorney Lawler appropriated alimony amounting to $40, collected from County Clark Gardiner, as her attorney, and failed to turn the money over.
NEW YORK — The French Telegraph-Cable company announced today there was little likelihood of messages for Germany reaching their destination over its lines, as all telegraph wires within Germany had been cut. Messages to German points were accpted at the sender's risk.
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