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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19. 1908.
Price, 5 Cents.
JTV aCO! Illlll
To Slop Payment Tor
NOW life Alarm
MEETING OF CITIZENS
.... .. r...i..,..il Alt... (innntitV
Government Water Tor
' feetly Imfioaaible to develop any Mini of
H,r i- Kedeiailmi l.eld I water or other ayatrma without tha In-luiiim-l
Hireling lest evening at lit I eugurallon of a now financial ayitem
i.iuil Iioiiw end " I1'"' J"ll,r,l '')
ii.fiiili"'l I'" I'liamUr "I 'iinnipfr
r'nUration that Ihe l.tilalireol rlly war.
..i. in i.at mriit o( the lire alarm ait
Win ih.iul.1 1- rn..liie,. Thla .,
.U.teil ami irfnir.1 lii Ihe rireiilhe
V Wllle W H Wor.lni E. ( inltr of coat. fUna ml olhrr dc- .lagrd 1. 1.1. Pyn and Johnson replied: 1 doltie. Thla i-niicluded ihe atate'e
'" '' ' r' ' . ' .' " ,' '1U bul "' " l,,"w "'ll ''"' "Wliyyoii .11.1 tlutnr" ll .11.1 not Irll . "
Afiiilraftti h,I nllirlf Ml Mmil III all I I
" , , , ,,.ll..Jl"", ' f"''ly H'i'J "'n hrr aUiut M irrj.ililr with KchmMt j inTlwrm tun naioak
irr iHtcii'MM " iPifani lin'iifnniiin ' ...,.,.. ..,.. i
I cHrLiMifiiHl Ihr Di.ai.iUl mn.ll. ''"' ' M')ilr.llyn.l financially ' ,,., (P (M ,,,..! (nll, , ,.wn ,0 Tl flwl nlliirt.r.llr.1 l.y ll .Irfrnir
' I u.i.lm.lr U.l...l.lcr.U rr. - -l.-r(..r,ly .otvr.i lt, ,roU,m .k...,iL ,. ,1,..,, . wi. Ir.ylng ' ., .IMtlnrll, who leMiflnl a-tin
1 ' W can lirofll liy thrlr txamiilr. If wr. IVlrtitrini-i hit Mat over I hi- hra.l. '!.. .1. i ,.. -...... ..
.!. .a .i.itHaajtB aa a at siiaa.aiai
I. li. ItM IliM MIIM. Ill IIIM " """ ' '.. .Wl"ll II (III llir
1. ... ." .... "-..-- --.
r""""lllr' ovar any part of it or to undertake In
Acuiiiniuiilralimi irertml ll"in i (ur,h the forty water rlj;hta thrreun
Mayor lliihop, In anaarr lo "" "'' tj,,, ,( ,t unlll the tame coul.l le
liunoltl.eV.lr.all..na.kli,uhlm H . Iv.nt.Keoualy lnr-ori...rtrJ int.. Ih.
pWUt .!.!!. hi. ...ll... .... (he pub. b u.m
lie uialtrra U-lnn roml.leml, ami .Irnul. !
inMillllr.irt. In haea coiiiniHlee Any water which could bo furnlthcil
t)ilnle. l I. Mil t'lcll inat'ela Ulor to the city hy the Keclainallon Srrvlce
Iht C'ounrll hni ill aeaalon I'll ae. I would be for Irrigation purioaea only,
connt i.l lark i.l apne e are nuahle to' j rrfur0 untuilable for the com
IKililUl. Ihe c.......i.nlcal.i.i tolay, "" ! ,,ctr ,y,t,m wo recamm.nded There
III dl . In the t.eal laane. , ., ..,.... ,.r i., .., nl.i.t,
The Cumintltre apla.Inlrd at the maaa
.... ' ,
mtallim tl..iBM M ' llhm l..l.
ii . i,i ...... ,i ttwer iuriaea, the only connacllon It
loaliia' rri.iil, which aaorderel nll ' ' ' '
pulll. I,cl hi Ihe 4ra
On r'tbrurary H, ItKiH, tU cltlttma of
Klamath Kalla held a matt meeting at
tU court houe for tha tro of ilia-
cuaa.1 e Ihe qiietllnn of muilcll Iril ' We b.lie lhat pure water. nmp!e
Itllon A commlllee of three waa p. for all pur-aM can beat curd by the
tainted with Inalrurlloiia to confer 'city
withth. I' S. Itaclamalloiiolllclalt audi Wa earneatly recommend that coin
to collect other data, and to report at a I pleto data be collected and ctreful and
uluequriit mrellni; In la called by Ihe onhauitive atudy be Kivrn every phaie
chairman uf the aublect to the end that a coin-
V. Il. 1WV. mralh.iM.1 raammltlr. ! !
blC leave to reirt aa folluwa;
Thai, after Hive .illation acrordln; tol
tha aimve Inttructlona, wo are In favor
or the inalallallon by Ihe city of Klam
ath Kalla of an in lependenl water aya
tam uilKne. for U.lh domeatlc ami lr
rlfttion purp.net, deeming a double
Hem Ian aatiafactnry and more ex
peruivt. Any kind ofa ayatem roiti
, , When the bird commence to chirp i and the flowers JS!? ?l!neJS5
' Just warm enouih to make you aatlaffed with life then .1 when you wlUwrj
0 get in ImiSfulmEsW up with a nice ault or two. M wait too
long, come Tand S!t 1 tlw ggery; anappy patt?rna we are allowing In our
WHY BOTHER WITH ILL FITTING "Ready Madea" when we
F aail -. auaa a.a -a tb aama nvifMM
. acaww iu im j out every
money. Thirrfiira jour attention It
called In llm iiiiautlafiicto.y financial
condition of the rlly nnd the urgent nee-
r'1''5' uf l,r,"nl'1 application of Imslnesa
principals to the government of It ef-
full!, Without wllllh It I Uull'M III II II-
We huvv atcerialtied that ll' clly'a
warrant Indehtedrieti it approximately
SIU,!'), which amount apprara to lt
e3Vi In excrsa of Hi.- limit preacrlbed
liylnhirtrr. Tula Is In addition in
n."w water un.i. -u which v,
in interest has already been im '
Ar.mly no prnvl.l.m I... been mad.
for Ihe payment of the principal And
whn wh rontlder the clty'i disgraceful
lack of tanltatlon ami unsatisfactory
1 afreets and other conditions, It ! manl-
.for the rlly
Wr havr not hail lime
want ll, It ! oura
a. "ThrIMrrl a
1 will thtr It a w
Ci.ncrmln Ihe Ankviiy ranal i
,rrm u UI1H lg fr the rlly to lake1
cater can I furnlaheil for
! ohiM hava In thla ayatem would be tol
. furnlah the electric rnrrKy developed
, by a iowtr plant initalled by the ifoy.
I rinaril Itmrtit
jlitetuand comprehetiaUc water tyalem
I be develop..! for tho cliy of Klamath
cmprrhrn-Ue .lrr .y.tem'
K. I. Applcgnttf
15. W. White
Klamath Kallt, Orrtfun. February
THE TAILORING HABIT
DEFENSE'S TURN NOW
State Finishes Its Evidence In
Corpron Murder Trial
JURY EXAMINES INJURED SKULL
Witness Says I hat Mixon Was
On Sunday, The Day Of Ihe Operation-Did
i Not Accuse Corpron Of Deed
On rrca examination Mra. Johnaori '
tralifled that when hrr huahand ram
home he. aa latioimlt that aha railed
fir. I'arket ami when became he aakel
i liliu lit giti- him 10111111111 1 to relieve hla
i.ili, Dr. Parker atkl hlui who Inn. .
kHI.oiiI any .n.illon. Kliv fuMlivr j
lratillr. lliat hrr hnl.att.l nerr lohl
l" "'' -''"l'"" '"' I'" ,""l " ' !
""" c"" '" ,'1' ,","'
CI! Ivl.ai mi thru pill on the
Uml f.ir the p.irp.ie ( hrinxin the
liver, taken Irotii J.ilina n'a rr, inaa
eU.lfine. ('unit Ihen adjo.irneit until
llorlnck Wil 1'ee.lay.
Coutt ro.iii'iir.1 al 1 ncliH'k and Mra.
llatlle Wllxiii am the Ilrt raltel. ' The
lliealer pall id her IrMlmony wa ruled
by theCiiiiri, on ihe tfrnuud that It in
aiaieinenlt nude by J..liiinn prior t
Mra.ti. A -,...) wa. the n..,t wit-'
I .I-i.... il.n U,i Hut .1,.
walte.lon Johiixin ibirin hit Illneat.
, ( , ,r,rj.lM,. She wai loll.
oantbyhir b.i'biud. wh.i'it leatlinony
sua almitf I In- rami' line. The rullini:
if Ilia murl itll.urtil all altteiin nl
l..tllrl..l Ihe injury, male prior In Sun-
,liy.prev.-i.le. the .lute Item tiriiniiK
fiom IheU-lloiir will. net any teatl
mnny ol alne.
Themoaliiiiiraoiiie part of the entire ,
trial came duilnic the teallmony ol Dr.
Mem man, who the laat wllnett
lor llm .late, u a ino iiiiiuu.n.ui,.
t that portion of llm noae and eye
'wicket that waa bioken by the cue.
for llm .late, ll wat the Introduction ,
When thla wa held up forldentlllcatlon
liylhed.K-lor, ami lor inspection ityine
, , .i.mlder patted Ihrounh th..avfc-
r ' .
hyilie .Whir, and for Inonectlon by the
talora and the ladlet who were pretent
i -Acd with horror.
Dr. Mernman tettlfled at to Ihe now
In ol Ihe aulopay on the body of John
.n, and further aa In Ike effect ol ueh
Not At Ihe Johnson Home
a wound mi the atuleof mind
f a r
"""J "'at would rounder n man
rational ll.ree or four ilava after tho In-
J'"y. "' ""' wiml-l I irrational
perioda, Imt In lucM moment h would
understand what hit waa miIiii
atata, ta)lna; lie a. Inilrurtr.1
wanl Ma uiall loOakUml.
The delenta tl.tn a.knl that Ihe leill
inony (Ivcn hy I)r Maaton at the Coro-
nerV Inqurtt l rrail to the Jury, which
pr(Hveilln( wia chjectcl in by the Mate
Alter arytiment by Ihe atlorni-ja, the
court lererteil lilt ilrclalon until the
Harry Knrle wat the neit witnerr.
' He teitllled llial on Chrialmaa inoiiilnii
j he dellverl lo Mn. J.ihnton the park
jaifool trlnkela found at ttietatooii; thai
Ihe doll lutimy wat Udly broken; that
on the en I of one of the amall piece, he
MH oo,i- 0n crn" -"ln.lfen. I.e
. '"'d "" "" "' '" H-I. ibbu.t
and unbroken; that Ilia I.I.n1 waaall
around tliealkk. Cniitl then adjourned
When court nnvrinsl alter dinner.
"0,'"' Vt-y elld for further
Cfo '"ndnallon. for Ihe iMirpoae of
"" ' -"" '. forpron in-
"ic"a ,m' '"ir' lo hieje, but wilneaa
"' reH.emoer cieaiiy,
Dr. I'arkcrlben took Ihe wltneaa chair
'" ' "P". tcetlmony at lo the
force necrtiaiy to penetrate the eye
laorkel; Ilia effect of bacteria and how
long thereafter . peraon wou'd I
Mra. Welch wat the next wllnett.
She tealifled that HUon wat not at
- - ...., ,nc
lrallnn wat pel formed; thai Johnton
laald: "retertteiner hltmawiil. -..
.. . ..mue on inn nunuay the
aid : "I'eteritelner hit me with a cue.1
then ho hetitaled a little and added:
"Ho it urk the cue in my eye," not in
dicating whom he meant by be." Thit
testimony waa a turprlte for the reaaon
llixon tettlfleil he waa there that Sun
day forenoon and heard Johnaon ttate
how lie waa inurd and who tJI.I It.
Thla la llieonly eildenre before th Jury
connection Curpron with the actual in
Ulctlon of Ihe Injury, and would tend In
aliow that HUon eaa miaiaken in the
The cut t here nil.-. I tl.al Ihv teall
mony given by Dr. Maaton More the
Cornner'a Jury could not bo read to the
Jury. The defenao then Introduced hit
testimony given More Ihe Jnatlce'a
ci.uit. Thin related tn Ida slate of mind
alter Ida Injury, which he slated waa Ir
rational. Normal School Notes
Thirty tno students from the Normal
toak the examinations at Jacksonville
Student Body meetings were held dur
ing chapel period Monday and Wednes
day morning.. The object In having
that meet logs was to flnlah adopting
Th meeting ol the boys "Congress
ional" Literary society for thla week
waa postponed until Friday, Febrnuy
twenty first, when Joint meeting of
the 'Athena" and the "Congiestlonal"
literary octet!, will '-e held.
With Glenn Con well as leader, the
subject "Worldllneas" was discussed In.
th Y.M.C.A. sseetlng held last week.
Itev, J. N MiConnul, the Kvangritl,
Kavo a very lntorratln talk on "The
i:cntlala of a Womtnly an I a Manly
Character" In chapi-l Thursday morning
III lh V.M.CA. meeting held laal
Wedneialav Ihe uliject dlii-uried waa
"Lincoln. Wmk for Ihe ftlavet," ,M by
Orn I'atrlik, The dl-riiaaion wa. fol
lowed by a voeal .oh In OiHirgla Whyte.
The itu.li'iila jeicl very iiiiirh that
011 account of lllii.-., lii Di.vl.ly, the
Malory ti-Hiher, waa mal.lto attend
hrr cla.et laal Week.
An Alhclellr micllii .n hi-ld bit
Tuexlav, when they .V.-llel to meet
the Hifh .'-1 In i,l link ai.d haiel.all
learns. A committee of three was
appointed lo ronlcr with the High
f-cbwil In nvard t having the jrame
I'teald'-nl 14) ne ua n. .-lli-il by III
ne, lo I-- abtfiit fiom his duties at the
Normal lut Momlny.
At thehiat tiieetlme of Ihu "Athena"
literary axlily an rl.il ion of ofllcers
waa hi-M, Normn Mlnkler Mat appoint
el I'le.Mi-nt, an 1 Mna Kame Vice l'ret
iilenl, l.u.-y CiiriKin f-'ecretury an I ,Mla
Engineers Getting Busy
Theeniilnrelliig (.aitlet located here,
ale all huty taking advantage of the good
Kiiginrer r-'argenl, of the Iteclamatlon
Service, ha lil pail) out on ihe exten
sion of the Keno Canal, while I'ngineers
(inodwin and Darley have partlea out in
the valley III the Olene section.
KiiglueiT Chinch, ol the Southern Pa
clllr, baa U-en at woik on Ihe flat near
thedi'i'it aile, audalso down near Mid
land, where the trade alakea were
plowed nut last spring.
News Erom Keno
Conn I Vaoltont little girl who has
been seriously ill with heart trouble it
Wolf Otcy the law) or la helping
lllacky Hitchcock haul log lo tha saw
mill. The Government -Surveyors are Sur
veying the ditch from Klamath Kails to
Keno. Thoy are giving the gride so
much fall that they are liable to fall in
to the river before they get to Keno.
Every boby along tha line Is dltsatisfled
with the survey.
John Snowgoose is now offering his
entire band of Jacks and Jennies at
Keno for sale.
As yet but few voters have registered.
Those wishing to register ran do so by
calling on H. Snowgooso who has the
blanks and is prepared to do .the work.
Wm. Davis waa in Keno the other day
looking alter the stage business.
Harry Wall has rented 80 acres of
ground of It. A. Emmltt's to put Into
Quail Eggs For
HAS A FINE SCHOOL
Considerable Plowing Done
During Winter-Ready lo
Sow Grain Soon
Dairy has tho best school In Klamath
Dairy needs a blacksmith.
The cold weather of the past few
nights has caused A. I.. Mlrhael to
leave off plowing tut "Brownie" will
be there when the frost get off.
Considerable plowing has been done
In Yonna valley during the winter, our
farmer believing the old saying, "The
early bird catches the worm" and are
preparing to sow their grain earlier
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Michael were
given a i urprise party by their friends
Friday night. Those present say tbey
had a good time.
E. B. Sedge is keeping bach at his
homestead this week; he digs pottholea
when he is not slinging flapjacks. H
Is talking. a me of sending; to Sear.
Roebuck L Co. for a flapjack aliager
but we think he can do aa wall right
Mra. G. G. Anderson returned bote
Thursday from a visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Arant.
Frank Cutter Is building a flu for
Mr. Davles in the old Price house.
Charles Drew is able to be out again
after having had the measles.
There are no new cases or the meas
les to report
S. D. Tooker la the busiest man In
the country. He has built a bouse and
a barn, besides plowing considerable
new land; he is also stocking his ranch
with hoga and fixing up in general Ha
don't have much to aay about his work,
but does It in a substantial manner.
This country needs mora of hla kind.
W. P. Sedge and family enjoyed a
v sit from H. S. Oden and family Son
These fine daya almost give one tha
The bell for the new school bousa ar
rived Sunday and waa put in place Mon
day by Wade Oden and E. B. Sedge and
la now ready to toll tha children to
(Concluded on last page.)
Attenda the Fisherman that uaea
OUR FISHING TACKLE
Fly Hooka, Spoon Balta, Reela,
Lines, Steel and Bamboo Rod.
They are constructed for aclen
tlf Ic fishing and no matter how.
unskilled the fisherman success
will attend his efforts If he i
our tackle. .. .. ..- .. ..