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KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1908.
Price, 5 Cents
first Train Over New Road On the Marsh
Ran to Holland Yesterday
Superintendent ol Sliustu Division Mokes Inspection of Road
I'rep'iftitory to Its Ilcinci lurncd Over to the Oper-
uthg Depunncnl About first of Yeur
Tlie Ami iriiln arrived yoiteriliiv
.. iiii.I. H,i. new loriuIntiH of ll. ",,,I,,K ","" '"'""" l"l "' -''"l'
California .nrllii'iiiilrii llullrii.nl
Ttir train was u special whlth htough.
J II, l)er. SllpCtllllelldclll III (III'
rifinMn Division of lli Southern Pit
illlr, mi luur nf 1iii.-t I lm. Mi
I'.j.r s nccnmpuiiteil li)' Mr. Mm, I
inn, lln1 icsldelit endued fimii the
Cltlilon liniil't,nrti'iN fit llunsiuutt
The operation ill I hi' new rnnil In
llollainl will In' illiili-r llii' iiihiiiiki'
lui-nt ul lli" superintendent nf tin
fihtn illvlalnii. iiml Mi llyer wai.
jtitrplny making nil Inspection nf
llir fond prcpnrntni) to lu belay
turned uiit lo bis slipervlslun li
li the Intent Inn ul Mr. Dyer to k!vi
the people (( tin" Kliimntli lomilo
the l-t ioillii service, iiml mi III"
tuur he gathered linicti valuable In
lurrnillon wlilrli will Inner ai quaint
I.Ira ftlth the need of IliU section
While mi furtliur nlllilul unlet r
AIiiimI Imlr nr IIiIh ii'Cliui'iit Mill
ull In Jiiiniiii) mi tlii' i-iulser I'iiiI
rln. wlilih inihcil hero ClirUlmin
eve. hound tin New (mi I Nuws Tin,
I'lalrln will n hum about tin inlililln
nf tlii' liinlitli ami cniliiitk thu re
innlitilir. Tim II mi I cmlmrkmciil will
not incur until April I
('litmus aii greatly plenned l,y tli
dcpartiue ii tlm American fiiiccH. an
uinrkliiK tlm n,iii,l)'t' i-tinhllshmeiii
nf Indepeudcnte All show Ilic kllid-
t feeling toward thu tluups.
FAMIII'S INDIAN IUNM.lt
IS .M.ltl!li:il IX C.N,ltA.
TOIIONTO. Out., Inc. 21. The
marriage of Tniu l.ntiKlioat, tlm long
distant e runner. In Minn Muriatic, J,
Mnhauk uiiilili'ii, ulll ttikn iliui lii'in
tomoriow. It un titiuiiii'il lu liuvn
hac bi I'll received n In tlm time ul i.. ... . , . .,
tin' wedding tali" place mi tin- stag"
nt Maoy Hall, lint I In, Bishop nf
tlii' Anullcnn Clmrcli refused to sniir-
nrucri received ruin in,' operating
drpsrtmriil n few week ago Kill
rbasxllik' tint service In llnllaiiil, II
li Quite generally hellevctl tlint tin
Ulnii tin' nppcnrmico nf u minister nf
!cj in,) Hint tlic change will lake i
tin' ilcnomlniillou In an aflalr nf the
position may fio to hawley.
Oii'Kmi roiigreimiimii l.lkely In Hue-
ii'iil Jinn's mi ItltiTN mill
Hill Inn t ('nniliilllce,
WASHINGTON, live. 29, When
Speaker (.'union I nki 'ii up tlio appor
tionment or I'ouitnltti'i' plncex lor llio
ill nt CotiKrt'KH. In- will liavn lu settle
a Ihieo-iunicrcd Unlit that Iuih tlo
vi'lnpi.,1 ovi-r tho vocnncy that will ho
left hy ItcpicHcntatlvn Jones, or
Washington, on tin, coiiimllteu on
ihcrs ami harbor, when hi, movex
over to tin, He nil to, Representative
Cuiiliiiinii uuil lluinphioy, or Wash
Ingtori, urn both candidates, au I
ItnpiiMentatlvi! Ilawley, or Oregon,
i ami nt IIiIh Hiik, no om or Ilium
iHcciii In enjny any inurked njvan
tiiKu over thf otlierH
, lu point or Heiiliiilty or nervlco,
CiihIiiiiiui ntnl Humphrey out rank
Ilawley, and Cuahinnii outrankn Hum
Iilirey, hut thu plnro will not he Ul
imneil of miller thi) Henlorlty rule. Am
:i matter or fin t, any one of thu throe
ruiiteHtaiilH Ik I'llKlhle, ntnl thu fleet
.Ion will he iiiaile by Hpeaker Camion
without ri'Kiinl lor the IciikIIi of t;r
vice of tin, aspiring uiemhiTM.
The fart that VanhliiKti)n Ih now
lepri ncnteil on the Kcnntf lommlltco
hnnilllti): river anil hnrheir blllw mny
nperale ngnln't the two WaHhlnieton
(.'onureminion ami In favor of Hep
iiiientatlvi, Ilawley. Tint Oregon
iiicmhT tuny aluo lie allied hy the
further fart that thu Wnnhlngtoii
men me oppimliiK each other nml that
loth. In limes prut, have lined up
nKnlnt tin, Speaker and the llouiu
Cinliniiui iinie made a fainoun
Hpeeeh In which he condeiiuieil tin
lliMine ruliK Hint (trilled the Hoiiho
U-nilerH Humphrey, on the other
hntiil. linn licen n mnvt Inilttent nil-
HCOTTY TIIIK8 OF FAHT MKK.
Waller Kiotl, I lea Hi Valley Miner,
Maki-n Applleallon to Knter
L'lilletl Hlnten Navy.
plrc on January I Tlm lornl of-1
kind, mid Iheref the ueddlni; will , ni,te of u ship mihnlily hill ever
rm h nlrenily tnniln the miinnmr)
trrsDcvmi'iiiK uint ate now prepared
l nil tickets lo llollnnd the llrnt ol
The nrx win-dub- of pnimetiRer and
fri'ltht nileN Is nut leudy for pub
llratlmi et but It It Ktati'd that the
lute Kill be Mimewtmt of a rediie
lion over the ones now bclliK char!
ul WtKeeii here ami Weed.
AtTfAi. i'iii;i:ihi.m or rriu.
ruiliphle lliileNiiilenit Will lie i:
UblUbnl ,y leu,ltlirc of
Ainerlrnn TriMips m,
IIAVA.W. Dee :". New Year's
'lay Kill witness u. be-.lnnliiK of the
I'viciiiiilnii i,r Cuba hy tin, army of!
I'Mlllcalhin. which has been In pos.
""hill nr th luliuid Hluce the Im-kIii-n,nK
"' I he prnMidoiial Kovernnient,
' Ottober, ISMirt The Iiml provl
lon reclmeiit of iniirliieH, niiluher
'"IC II0, Willi h w be muoilK I lie
""' ItnnpH to leave, an, now toiuen.
jlie iHiletiiiilriil III the rhiirrh.
NOTII'i: TO KAOMX
Members of the rraternul Order i
i,r Caitles, C'raler Aeiln No I CIO, are
'lereh) mitllleil that the liiHtallatlun i
ill ollliers of the lodKe will lake place J
,lnnilii evenliiK. Jii'-'ry 4. All I
meiulieiM me iilKi'd to he prcn'iit. A I
liimiUit will he served after Hie In
Puliation Carh iiiemher can Invite i
line friend In the haniilet.
Ily Order of the Connulttei
We carry a iiiiuplete Ktnck of ON
ympln and Ihisletn llalllmore oyMers.
Shipments received every day at the
ulnii' hi) mine lo Washlnitlon, and.
In ailwH-nlhiK that menrnire, went
loutrary to Hid desires of thu party
(leaders The reconls of these men
are Hiite to be revived, for Speaker
t'nmion Ih a man who never forgets.
' When the pnsl altitude of Cash
inn li mid Humphrey Is considered ami
!when It Is recalled Hint each Is deter
mined the other shnll not succeed
Jniies, It Is reasonable to presume
llhat Itcpri'Hciitiillvu llnwley, hallltiK
from Oreitoii, stands home chance of
lettlni! mi tin river and harbor com
mittee, particularly us Oregon Inrs
been without representation on this
committee since the death of Hcpre
iieutntlve ToiiKiie. Ills chance. If
not better than that of thu Washing
ton men. Is tit least equally as Rood.
CHICAGO, Dec. 29. Walter Scott,
otherwise known ns "Death Valley
Keolty," entered the United Htates
rtrrnltliiK officii today and declared
hid Intention of enlisting In thu ma
"Scully" cninn Into prominence -i
f'" vcars uko when hu arrived In
Chicago on a special train with thu
announced Intention of totting rid
of pat of his fortune supposed to bo
located In Death Volley. Ills efforts
to establish a reputation as the cham
pion spender of the world occupied
columns In the papers for u time.
Thu sourcu of his Income was a mat
tor of much speculation and It Is
said has never been cleared up.
"I have set tho paco long enough,"
said "Scotty" today, "and this life
does not agree with me. I am go
ing to lead a quieter life."
If "Scotty" passes tho physical ex
amination, he will Join another batch
of recruits and he sent to New York
tomorrow, from which port, after ten
t'pys spent In closing up his affairs,
ho will bo sont to Cuba.
BELIEF 18 DISPELLED
Now Thought that Roy Vestal Left the
Country of His Own Accord
Judge Thos. Drake Retained, It Is Said By Cattlemen, As
Private Prosecutor to Conduct the Case Against
Charles Liskey and Alfred Wallis
are that hu set thu Are because ol
enmity to the Government Forest
Service and to make easier the hunt
ing of deer und other wild animals.
KA8TEIIN NTAIt IXIIKiU
FOItT KLAMATH NEWS.
Doing of the People In the Wood
A laritcnmubcr of the young peo
ple of the ilty turned nut last even
liiK nml serenaded Itoy Walker mid
bride, who arrived the preceding ev
nichard Mclhasc went to the Falls
Saturday on business.
T. J, Jackson came In last Thurs
day wth tbc machinery for his shin
Uavld Noah Is building a bob-sled
for the railroad' surveyors. He fin
ished It on Sunday.
L. Ilesslg returned Sunday after
a ten days absence.
J, W. McCoy went to the Falls
Sunday on business.
It nets more like spring In Fort
Klamath than tho last of December.
It Is breaking up under foot and the
snow Is going fast.
Thu dance Xmas was a great suc
cess, very nearly everyone in the
valley was there, n&d their baskets
were filled with good things to eat.
Tho dance lasted until nearly morn
ing. T. J. Jackson has been employed
since his return In building a hen
house for Cbas. Martin.
Ilert Hall has Just completed put-l Mrs. Leo Denton left Monday morn
ling up about S7 tons of Ice, till of Dg for her home In Central Point.
Hit; HUITI.V OF 1CP..
Aloha Chapter No. CI, 0. K. S.,
had a grand time Inst evening at
their hall when tho officers for tho
ensuing term wcro Installed. This
lodgo has had a wonderful growth
within tho last two years and there
was a big attendance at tho installa
tion. A banquet was Bervcd after tho
ceremony. Following are tho new
officers: W, M., Mrs. A. L. Leavltt;
A. M., Mrs. Frank Ward; W. Patron,
Frank E. Ankcny; Conductress, Mrs.
Fred Sanderson; A. Cond., Mrs. F.
Ankcny; Warden, Mrs. Krncst Soule;
Sentinel, Frank Ward; Ada, Mrs. W.
J. Drcnnan; Ituth, Mrs. E. D. Henry;
Esther, Miss Anna Applegate; Elec
tor, Jennie E. Hum; Sec'y, Lulu
Straw; Trcas., Mrs. R. A. Alford;
Chaplain, Frances E. Boyd,
A few of the things you can buy
at tho Monarch: Dried fult, olive
oil, mince meat, sauer kraut, salt fish,
nil kinds, canned goods, olives, can
ned meats, oysters, etc. 30
which was taken from tho Upper
I.nk und li of exceptionally good
ruing from Ashland. Mr. und r. i nuolliy. Mr. Hall has been taking
W. i:. Ih.wdoln were also Hereninle.1 . f yatUma pnrci nbout
. .. .i. ft -.1. l..llu Mllltnrv l.iitltl I
,.....,... '""V;"" "town ami still has sovernl of theso
of which organization Mr. lioniioini
I in mi, Din me warm weauier nas
Is a member
Prompt, Reliable Service
KOflencd the Iro so that It will not
keep. He Is now waiting for another
I spell or zero weather which will en
able him lo complete tholiarvcst.
WE are prepared to handle all
Baggage Orders and Heavy
Freighting. Goods stored or
packed and forwarded to all points.
Let us save you time and trouble by
handling your shipments for you v
Wc are equipped with up-to-date
Piano Trucks and can handle with
safety all heavy or bulky goods :: ::
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. ,isjv m . a ATVy
PHONES: UUMrAMZ Service Day
Office, 871; Barn, 873
Larson, (lie dellveryman at tho
Monnicli Mercantile Company, Is now
the proud possessor of u flno now
delivery wagon, which was put on
hy the company today.
Mi'H. L. K. Dellay and daughtur,
Mrri. L. J. Mcintosh, this morning
nccuinpnnlcd the body of tho lata
James A, Del lay to San Diego where.
It Is being taken for burial.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wordcn and
children, nnd Mrs. Wordon's mother.
Mm. Allco.Hnrgent, left this morning
for Snn Frunclaco, whoro they will
spend tho romalndor of the winter.
Her brother Is very ill and Is not ex
pected, to llvo.
A great many of our pcoplo were
sleighing last Sunday, as tho snow
was going fast and It was their last
J, M. Copeland left Monday for
Teetors Landing, whoro ho Is going
to work for the J. M. Mclntlro Trans,
Mrs. Archyo Klrkcndall, the teach
er of tho Pino Grove school, hns re
signed as teacher on account of a
chronic sore throat. She considered
the building too cold for a success
ful winter school. The directors aro
looking for another teacher to teach
the remaining two months. The pat
rons and directors regretted very
much to lose Mrs. Klrkcndall, for her
school hns been u success In every
AT THE Ol'KIU HOUSE.
The Three Dlehls In tho latest
songs and dances. New pictures to
night Tho Barbarian, Ingomar, tho
latest feature subject and others.
Nw songs. IS and 2& cents.
BODY SHIPPED TO CHINA.
George Pan loft this morning for
San Francisco with tho body of Jim
Yot, which was embalmed by Under
taker Whltlock. At San Francisco
tho coffin containing tho body will
ho placed on board ship and taken
to China. It will cost quite a sum
to lake body across tho ocean hut the
Chinese friends of the deceased say
that there Is pltnty of money to pay
tbs expense. . -
Tho members of the Workman
Lodgo aro planning for a big time
tho coming week. Tho Installation
of oltlcor will occur on next ,Tuos-
day, nt which tlmo Ralph rFeenoy,
past Grand MaBter, will bo' present
from rortlaml. A big recoptlon'and
butuiiiot will bo given lo Mr, Feenoy,
who Is sont here to assist In. getting
now members for tho order. Mr.
Fooney Is one of tho best posted mon
on tho A. O. U. W. In the stnto and
Is u worker, Ho will remain here a
week or more.
CUABQED WITH SETTING
.,. .-, KLAMATH FOREST FIRE.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. SIS. The
trial of Lewis H, Webb began In tho
United States District Court Monday
before Judge. Uellavon. Whb is
charged with the malicious setting
of .a destructive tiro in the- Klamath
Reserve which destroyed much val
uable timber in Northern California
and Bouthern Oregon.
Alligations mad against Webb
For satisfactory dressmaking, In
quire of Mrs. L. N. Haines, near cor
ner Seventh and Walnut streets. 27w
Tho belief that Roy Vestal was
killed has about been dispelled In
the minds of the officers of tho law.
At least thu belief Is not as strong
as It was a few days ago. The search
will continue but It Is generally be
lieved that Vestal left the country
of his own accord.
Chas. Lttkey, who was arretted
charged with cattlo stealing, was re
leased last night on $250 ball which
was fixed by Judge Miller. Attorney
F. II. Mjlls Is representing Liskey
and an effort was mado today to
have a preliminary hearing as Liskey
Is still In town and wishes to return
to his rnncn.
A demand was mado this afternoon
by Attorney Stone, of the Arm of
tone & Benson, who have been re
tained by AI Wallis, for hall. Tho
Judge will probably set the ball this
Prosecuting Attorney Kuykendall
has not returned from Eugene, and
Judgo Miller Is awaiting, tho action
of Judge Thos. Drake, who It Is
asserted has been retained as private
prosecutor by the cattleman to pros
ecute the caso against LUkey and
Wallis? " "
WARRANT IS ISSUED
FOR CHARLES W
Judge A. D. Miller this afternoon
Issued a warrant for the arrest of
Charles Walker charged with assault
with a deadly weapon, upon com
plaint of Oscar Campbell. The war
rant Is tho outcome ot the trouble
between tho Walker and Campbell
boys at Bonanza, tho report ot which
was given In the Herald. v Campbell
is said to have been' hit over the head
with tho revolver.
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT.
Tho Monarch Mercantile Company
can supply you with anything In tho
vegetable nnd fruit lino. Goods re
ceived fresh from the California mar
kets by express. Colery, cabbage.
onions, squash, pumpkins, lemons.
oranges, bananas, nuts, etc. SO
Fine lino ot watches. Winters 2
I Start the New Year Sight
Let us make to your exact measure
a Suit or Overcoat. Let us demon
strate the superiority of our styles
and fits. A great assortment, of
Woolens from which to make your
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