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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View This Issue
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Second Yi:au, No. GttO.
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17. 1908.
Prick, 5 Crnts.
FORCES RILE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION
SUMMER PLANS MADE allies cease fight TRUE BILL RETURNED
, AGAINST SECRETARY1
Main Crater Lake Camp Will Be
at Arant Station
SEASON OPENS ABOUT JULY 15
largo Cabin Will Be Constructed So lhat Tourists Can
Secure Mealf and Lodging Plan Also Call
Tor Camp On Kim of the Lake
AiriMiKMiiriiU lor the atiiiiuier at Cra.
rr Ulc are being made ami Will IS.
Steel, uli'i baa tlif mailer In charge,
hit ilrcl led iiti tho ettabllihiiierit id
tli main rain at Ilia Aran! alallmi
lit to water It plentiful and where tlio
cimpcan lie eitabllthed U-lore tlio innw
mtlli on Ilia llm of tlio lake. Mrt. II.
IMIumvr, ol Hau Franclecu, will bv In
charge ol thlt rarup. She will arrive In
tli eitjr tcnlght ami a eoun at tlio ii-
(llti ran I taken to tlio cauip tlio will
Uncharge. At tlio main camp tlio
plant rail for llm eroctlun ol a lain
nlrtUntlal ralilu anil ramp equipment
Dial all the comer cau La cared fur.
iltalt lll be tcrved ami (mall peitlet
ill Ik alile to arcure lodging. Another
riuii illUe4UblUlilut lliv ilia ul
Ida lake about July 1ft, that lima when
v Ilia aeaton ont. It will bo io ar
ranted that parllee ran lunch mi tlio
llm ami ilrep In a cabin that la to bo
ritcteil during- tlio aeaton. Tho main
"rtnip lm l-ern located at tho Arnnt
tutlon In order to onlvo tho ttatri
ittkii. Thero la no arallablo water
on the rlui alter tlio anow goea off, and
Italll U luitwalblo to put In a water
system and a pumping plant.
Mr. HUv will ari'l part ul the hum
uier at llm lake, but ho bat to planned
tilings that ho can leave at any time
that lie fluda it ticcctiary. Ho tlunkt
llioreaaon will tee man)' prumliient
people at the lake, and that at tlio licit
tctalnii of Uongrrta It will bo an tasy
matter to tecuro an appropriation that
will enable the aiipoilnteiidellt to make
annie nl the nrceMary Iniprorenienta In
Outlook Is Promising
Chairman Lodge Loses Control of Conven
tion at Mention of Roosevelt
Dreplto the fact that tbla haa been a
had spring lor cropt rcjuitt (rom all.
parU cf the country give atturanco that
the yield will be nearly up to the aver
age. In Klamath county grama are do
log well and on tomo of the dry land
faruia the cropa are aa far along aa they
were at tbla lime lait )i'ar. Lake eoun
ly aeuda forth the rcorl that all che
lation la doing well in that section, and
from Modoc county, California, cornea
the report that In all parta of that coun
ty the faimcn entertain a liotwlul Uew
of the crop tltuation, notwithstanding
the long period of north wlnda. The
ralna of tho pad fw weeka liavo been
quite general, providing a great boon to
the entire country.
Chicago, June ij- 'li'iiipniitry Chair,
inoii Hiuriitta called Ihu ciuiViiillori In
onbrat IB I'l. Chnlrmiu Iraiigherly
of tliu cudi'iiluli lommlttrc nnnounced
that the rommittie'a riputt hii not
ready at the member did not gi I to bid
until iWrl'Hk tblt morning.
K-natnr Henry ('abut lidge, i.f
Mnttarhtitnte. a chofcn thalrman of
the Ifrmnhi'iil 'rutilMtloii, and in Ida
h-cIi raid lhat llio 1'ic'ldcnt was
intuli abiiHil bii' popular. In appreci
ation of hit remnikton President Koon-
Hell, Ihucrowd went wild throwing up
their liuta, litiikeiihlrta and any nrtlclo
han Iv, in the air, Fenitur l-ndge lott
control of the o. mention nnd was mi
able to mtorj quiet for fully a half
hour. The baud pl)rd and tried to
drown lliecliu-ilii.'. It wnt the most
reuiatkablt' dcmonttratloii ever wit
netted at n contention.
It it el lent that Taft hail control
of the convention by an n em helming
majority. 'Pie iirdcnliale committee
ratified the National lOiniiiHtce In every
conU'tl ou-r M-als, and tbla glvea Taft
ccii hundred pledged utvi on the
flint ballot. The rej-firt of tJ-o Credcn-
Halt coiiimilUc was then adopted by
llm Contention, ending tho light of the
Allies rgalnsl Tall and ueturlug him
The Vico-I'reildeiillal boom mil form
al1)' laiinchid for tiovernor Cum
mint.'i, of I mi a.
Tho plank adopted by American Ted
ration f Labor, was presented to the
tub-rommltteu with recotnmviidatlona
and the request that it bo placed In the
platform. Tho preccedlnga of the con
vention wua blocked by a hitch over the
Injunction fight. The Oregon, Cali
fornia and Washington delegate) went
on record at opposing Prcaldent Hooee
veil regarding the anti-injunction plank
In tho platform. Richard Balllnger, of
Washington, repreaenta the coaat In the
uh-roinmitlco conautlng of thirteen
The platform at drawn up haa nothing
In it regarding Coaat defence, for which
tho western delegatea have mailc audi a
Mines Look Good
- WE ARE -
SHOE PRICES FOR
Take advantage of these SPECIALS
BO prs Ladies' Kid Oxfords, pat. tip Cuban'heel, reg. $1 50 Fri. nnd Sat.$ .90
25 two strap Pat. Sandals " 2 25 ' 145
12" Novelty Patent Sandals " 2 50 " " 1 G5
21 Fine Pat. Kid Tie plain toe, mott.
'top, Cuban heel " 2 50 " " 175
24", . Boys' Satin Calf Shoes, box toes.. " 2 00 " " " 150
-K. K. K. STORE-
KLAMATH FALLS BEST VALUE GIVERS
Hoag mining dlatrlct In Lake County
glrea promlte ol developing eome good
proi-erllei during the coming aeaton.
Anuiiiberof ttrong mining men are
now at New Tine Creek waiting for the
now to get out of tlio mountain! o
that they can get into the field to begin
work on the proapacti. C. K. McCleary
one of tho experienced mining men in
the field, aayi that the outlook la very
bright and that development work will
lie puthed thla Summer. Several ot the
elalrua are taking out rock that aaoaya
$100 to (200 per loo lieatdea large
amount of low grade ore. In apeak
lug of the propertiea Mr. McClearv
aald, "I do not care what people lay,
but when I aeo ore of that character be
ing taken out, and with all the favor
able turroundinita, with timber, water
and an agricultural country on both
alder, I know that a great ctrap la on
the evo of developement."
J. J. Arant Indicted For the Lar
ceny of a Calf
LISKEY'S BONDSMEN DISMISSED
Arant Asks For Time to Plead Grand Jury Considering
Other Matters-Judge Benson Pronounces
Sentence on Bittner and Getter
tend tho Lakevlew tournament In July.
Klamath haa the material for a fatt
team, one that would be a winner at
Lakevlew. The boyi are atao planning
a trip along the main lino of tho South
ern faclffc, and if thla materialize) It
will retult In good advertialng for the
Tickets on Sale Soon
T. A. K. Fanett returned lait night
from San Franclaco, where ho (int a
few daya on buiinen connected with
the catabllahment of a Southern Pacific
ticket agency in tbla city. Ho aaya the
ticket! are now being printed and will
be on aale In a comparatively abort
time. All arrangement) have been
completed for an Interttato commerco
rate under the regulation) of the com
mlaalon and the ame will go Into effect
aa aoon aa the ticket) arrive.
News On The Upper Lake
Making: up Reports
County School Superintendent Wight
la now engaged in getting up hii annua
report! and in getting out the report! of
the pupil) wbo took tbe tight grade ex
amination. In entire Klamath County
53 pupllo took tbe examination and of
thla number .10 patted, 8ome of the
grade! thow that the puplla have done
excellent work and the general average
of the itudenU who took the exami
nation la very good.
Tho sheep camp of ferry McDaniela,
about two mile! from Barrel Spring,
one day laat week waa robbed and the
camp burned. Two dark colored men
did the Job, and compelled the herder
to go with them for about two mllea
from the camp whore they robbed him
of liia watch and all hit clothea. Al-
turns New Era.
The Eaatern Baptltt Aatociation for
the torrttory ot Modoc, Klamath and
Lako countlca and the Rogue river val-
loy convene! at the Baptlit church In
thl! city at 2 o'clock tomorrow after
noon and will continue in aetaion uutll
Sunday uight, Evervont li invited to
be present at (he sesiiom.
Will (io To Lakevlew
Thofauiof tnla city are already tak
ing an Intereat In the baa ball team
proposed by the boy! who bare Juit re
turned from school. Tbe team will lie
organlttd within a few day and It la
very probable that It will be managed
by one of the clty'a bualneai men and
that It will have the lupport ol the
town. The boy! are practicing every
day and ara making arrangement! to at,.-
Steamer Winema lain commlstlon and
will probably go up tho lake tomorrow.
Steamer Hornet brought down 100,-
000 (ret of lumber on tho laat trip.
B. St. Ccoige Ulahop'a palatial house
boat, "Lady Vera," la In commlaalon
and will be taken In tow ai far aa Cryi
tal creek in a few day).
The iteamer Eaglo waa the firat of the
big lake fleet to get under way. She
went up .ho lako laat Sunday.
Mont Hutchiaon took a party up the
Four big lumber rafta got adrift from
Buena Yiala landing and floated acroaa
A large brown bear la aaid to have
been teen near the Buena Viata boat
landing. The bear hunteri are getting
Col. W. II. Ilolablrd hai leaaed a
at ill In "the Buena Vlata boat liouae
w herein to moor hlaluo launch wnen
he haa occasion to come to tho city,
The grand Jury thla noon returned a
true bill against I. J. Arant, who li
charged with tho theft of a calf from
Clarence Harris on January 20th of thla
year. The indictment waa read to Mr.
Arant and he atked for time toieehli
attorney before pleading to tho charge.
The caae waa continued untl' three
o'clock. The grand Jurv returned not a
true bill agalnat Fred Llakey, charged
with ataault and tuttery and the defen
dant being out on bail tbe bail waa or
dered dltmlafed by the court.
Tbla morning upon tbe convening of
court Judge Benton eentenced W. II.
Bittner, who plead guilty to the larceny
of a borte to one year In the peni
tentiary, and Clarence Getter who plead
guilty of forgery, to two yean In the
At three o'clock when the caae of
Arant wai called he appeared and atked
until In the morning to make hla pica.
The requeat waa granted.
Thla afternoon beforo the Arant rate
waa again called a fowimall civil action!
were taken up and ditpoed ot.
Tbe grand Jury atlll continue) In aea
aton and while tho deliberation! ot the
body are private it la uuderatood that
aeveral other Indictment) will likely be
Yesterday evening Judge Benaou
heard the evidence in tbe divorce caae,
O. T. Anderaon vs. Fronla Anderton.
The decree waa granted.
Alturas Gets Indian School
It baa been definitely decided by the
superintendent of tbe Indian rchoola
that Alturai la to have a day ichool.
It li alao very probable that limllar
achoola will be started at Lookout and
at Fall River. At Alturot the building
for the inatitution will bo built tbla
Summer, but tbe other place! have not
been definitely decided upon. There
area large number of Pit River and
Piute Indiana in that section and the
only achool that they have bad hereto
fore haa been at Fort Bldwell and It haa
been too imall to handle all of the chil
dren of achool age.
The proof of
it in the
The White Mountain Freezer
raakei more cream, better cream, and makes it easier
anil cheaper than any other frec7er on the market
LET US SHOW YOU WHY