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PMRIEi KC8RATES TOWH
. WJNUBBI CHECKS
Mgaami Brifter Tries Hla
Matfeod cm Donrta art
, WMk HMdlMt Loaa to the
WMDD, Calif., Fab. 7 Dan Mylrea-.
.ft vtga painter from Ashland, has been
a Meant tlaltor to Siskiyou county,
ImtIbi a trial of bad ehecki behind
hla, aaya tha "Lookout.'
Dorrla and Weed acem to have been
Um farorlte arcne of till crooked oper
ation, and i number of hotel men
and aaloon keeper hare bc?n victim
About a month ago, Mylrcn visited
Weed, aad proceeded to set "soused."
Running out of money, ho dropped
Into the Pint National bank and drew
a euttomer'a draft on Ladd and Tllton
ot Portland tor 93.600. ' The dratt
waa taken for collection only, and
was, ot courao. returned unpaid. Hut
tha deal aerred Mylroa'a purpotc,
which waa to get a receipt from the
bank which he could ahow to pros
pective victim. He worked the game
here on Tex Campbell and Louis
Backoe, atlnglng them for about $26.
A warrant haa been aworn out, and It
Mylrea can be located he will very
properly be aent orer the road.
Mylrea la about 6 feet S or 9 Inches
la height, wclgha about ISO pounds,
haa rod hair, .freckled face and Is
HSRIUCK GOING TO FRANCE
AB AMERICAN AMBASSADOR
'. Okloan Who Bat Recently
Rctanwd From Boarbon Soil Nora.
Mattel for High Diplomatic Position
Called Press Bsrvlc ,
WASHINGTON. Feb. 7. Myron T.
Herrlck waa today nominated am
bassador to France.
Herrlck, a Cleveland banker, Is a
former governor of. Ohio, and was a
warn friend of the late President
William McKlnley of Canton.
Herrlck but recently returned from
a recent trip abroad. This trip la be
lieved, to have had unusual signifi
cance la" view of tha fact that he spent
considerable time In Paris, which will
become hla headquarter In the diplo
matic oOce, hla appointment to which
will ao doubt be approved.
RICH FATHER HINDRANCE,
ATS KRUTTSCHKirrS SON
Hea AaaleUat Saperiateadeat of a
DMatoa on Father's Road, aad
Never Haa AajrUUaa; to Do, Official.
ly, With Pater. Families.
BAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 7. Wealth
la a serious obstacle to ambitious
young men who want to adrance by
their own merit, according to T. E.
Krnttachnltt, assistant superintendent
of the Tucson division of the South
era Paclc, and son ot Julius Krutt
achnitt, director of maintenance of
way of the Harrlman aystem.
Tha young man, who donned over
all and acted a an engine wiper
We Solicit Your Account
Which will have proper, prompt
and courteous treatment
"Klamath Falls! Largest Bank"
TheTirst National Bank
Of Klamath Falls
Houston's Operq House
One INTifnt Obly
THURSDAY, FEB. 8
Clarence Bennett & Co. present the virile play
"The Squaw Man"
v BY EDWARD MiLTON ROVLB
UiavcatkHuMjr tie Moii f ucuutlag American
plajofaaJecade. Tteecaiatloaof taeceatary
bactly m repKicated 2 yeara Wallack'a TMeatre.N.Y.
Prices - 50c. 75c and $1.00
when the shopmen walked out, put hla
vlows In this ferm:
"The rich man's son who starts out
In a humble position, aa I did, Is not
tnken seriously by hla fellow work
men. Thoy think he la following tome
Tii escape this handle? young Mr,
KritttschnlU say he never haa any.
thing to do officially with hla father.
FIBKUfQ CAIGHT IN ACT
UOK8 NOT DENY GUILT
Ilctcctlrm Get Advance Information,
and Watch for IVllow Prom Win
down of House, Insurance on Which
He Hoped to Get
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 7. Caught
In tho act of touching off an Inccndl
mr lire, Benjamin Gouckl Is under vr-
rcst here, charged with arson.
Ho admits his guilt. Detectives had
advanco Information, and watched tho
firebug through windows ot tho house
from which ho expected to secure the
As Gouckl touched off tho first
match one ot tho detectives sounded
a flro alarm, whllo the other met
Gouckl and placed him under arrest
as ho wns escaping from tho burning
LIYrS ALMOST TWO MONTHS
ON TWO ARTICLKS OP DIKT
Dr. Fletcher, Expert on Sustenance,
Nutriment and Such Data, Finishes
Course Taken to Proto Worth of
Potatoes iihd Margarine
LONDON, Feb. 7. Dr. Fletcher,
tho dietetic expert, who has been stop-
nine In Copenhagen, has finished a
course ot living on potatoes and mar
garlne, which lasted fltty-elght days.
Tho object was to prove that a man
can live comfortably nnd do a reason
able amount of work on a diet of po
tatoes plus a small amount of nitro
gen or protein. One thousand Are
hundred drachma of potatoes per day
and 2S0 drachms ot protein const!
tutcd tho entire nourishment which
Dr. Fletcher took.
HERMI8TON SETTLERS GET
NEARER GRADUATED RATES
Hoard of Engineers Inspecting In
forms VmatllU Water Vsers' Asso
ciation Directors to Prepare New
Water Right Payment Schedule
HERMI8TON, Ore., Feb. 7. The
board ot army engineer now at Her
mlston Informed the board ot direct
ors of the Umatilla River Water Us
ers' Association to call a kpeclal
meeting of all stockholders to pre
pare for a graduation of water right
payments on the Umatilla project.
The contract with tho secretary ot
the Interior will hare to be changed.
Notice Is hereby given that there
are funds In the city treasury fur tho
redemption of general fund warrants
up to and Including No. 2,816. Pro
tested July 22. ,1908. Interest will
cease from data hereof.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Oregon,
January 30, 1913.
J. W. SIEMENS. City Treasurer,
RELIGIOUS GARB MAY IE
Onlcr of Commissioner of Indian Af
fairs Requiring Abamlomueat of
Apparel and Emblems Rescinded by
WASIUNQTON. D. C, Feb. 7. -
Persons employed at Indian schools
need pot discard religious emblems
and garb at school excrclsca. at least
tor tho present.
Tho order of Commissioner Valen
tino requiring tho abandonment of
distinctive gnrb hnn been suspended
by tho president, tor further Investi
gation. Catholics Interested complained ot
tho unfairness of tho order rccentl
Issued by tho commissioner ot Indian
affairs. A number of Catholic schools
linio been taken over by tho govern
ment for tho education ot Indium, and
at theso persons nro cmp!o)cd who
wear religious emblems nnd who be
long to religious orders. Tho whole
matter will bo hold up for the present.
INN WITH GRAFT HISTORY
MEETS ITS END IN FLAMES
Hotel Helena, In Montana City of Thai
Name, Old Rendesvous for Politi
cian, Where Bonn I-lajriil Poker
intrnoaely to Lose
HELENA, Mont., Feb. 7. An In
ventory taken among the guests ot tho
Hotel Helena, destroyed by tire, has
brought tho total loss from tlio con
flagration to 1160,000.
Politicians from all over the state
gathered about tho ruins to discuss
tho momentous ovents directed from
within the old hostelry. At tho legis
lative sessions during tho Clark-Daly
campaigns, each faction had head
quarters In the hotel, and It was with
In Its walls that legislators sat down
to poker game In which It Is alleged
thousands of dollars were Intention
ally lost to Influence legislation.
Ono member of tho lcglslaturo tes
tified beforo tho scnato Investigation
commlttco that a roll of bills totaling
a largo sum was thrown over tho tran
som ot his room. Ho declared ho vw
Ignorant of tho Identity of tho person
who did It.
ARMY AND CITIZENS NOT
HARMONIOUS IN GERMANY
Murder of One Soldier and Mistreat
ment of Others Cannes Military to
Give Ultlmatam Which May Result
la More Clashes
METZ, Germany, Feb. 7. Coinci
dent with the result of tho election In
Germany, enmity between tho soldiers
In the forts about tho city and tho
civilian population has Been Intens
As the result of tho murder of one
soldier and the severe mistreatment
of several others, tho army authori
ties have advised tho city officials that
If tho Met authorities do not protect
tho soldiers when In town tho soldiers
will be ordered to use their sldcnrms
IX8TITITK AT BONANZA
A local Instltuto will bo held In
Bonanza February 17, 1912. The fol
lowing program will bo rendered:
Day Session Forenoon School
Management and Discipline, It. II.
Dunbar; Spelling, Fred retoraon;
Book Review, "How to Study," Mrs.
Jessie B. Eldred.
Afternoon Observations. J. O,
Swan; Topic to Be Selected, C. D.
Chorponlng; Tho Teacher and Patron,
V. K. Faught; Itouod Table, School
Fair, any topic may bo Introduced
that teachers may desire.
Evening To bo held In connection
with tho Commercial Club. Program
All teachers of the county arc cor
dially Invited to attend.
J. O. SWAN,
Where to Eat
We lenre the choicest
If you are particular
V try the
Neir thereof flee
MAN SHUT IX IIHHim ...
... ...... a. .. as a
CH,,, HANDMMI K.IIKA.IMS
Nhicr-Old Hoy Pen,,.,,,,. ..
i,i,i. .....i i.-riii ntc
I. 'II 111 Iliiir -
lloth Lung of Man, Who May He,
SUMl'TKIt, Oro Feb.
result of permitting the use of fin
arms by children, William Morrln
ngod 27, n painter by occupation, Is
lying nt tho hospital horn suffering
from n dangerous bullet wound In tho
Tho shooting whs tho result of nil
accident nnd the careless handling of
n 22-speclnl ride by Freddie, the
year-old son of Lemuel King, who re
sides on a farm nt Audrey on a trlb
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Morris nnd tho boy were Wsltlng m virtuo oi u e i.h v. ... - - -another
place on the South Fork, and , rpii. and William H. H.MU. to satlsf)
wore miiiitlng rabbits. A rabbit slut- their respicllvo Interests in a irrtaln
ed nnd tho-llttle boy. In his eagerness ,.m.. rnortfuwo hereinafter deslg
to shoot, brought his gun around In j noted, will sell and convoy. tmntU.
order to get nlni. but pulled the trig urn the 9th day of March. 1912, at
ger Just In lltno to shoot Morris, who ,2 o'clock p. m. of said day. In tho city
was standing n abort distance nwo).of Klamath Kails, and tho por Ion of
Tho bullet entered tho left breast and said city commonly called Shipping
paased within nil Inch of the he.irt.toti, on Upper Klamath l.nko, at the
i..i-i. .... ,i ..., .i.i.. fr.im iir. ! dock or wharf of the vessel known
It wns extracted. Iloth lungs worolnitho steamer Klamath, In Klamath
perforated, but tho attending ph) si -
clan U of tho opinion thnt tho lujimd
man will recover.
Ulds will bo received by tho under
signed for furnishing 200 cords of fir
or Pine wood. 4-foot long ha. cut out
of llvo timbered, to be delivered as
100 cords at Klversldo school. , ()f ib ,M- ,,f 10 ,, J
70 cords at Central school. . I
2BcordintMlllsAddltlonscho.il. ol "rPon- ,,.,..
Not later than October 1. 1912. Iho, snl0 ,,,I,,I ;""U'r ",,:, hy "f
board of director, reserves tho priw " "'J' ,or,', ,,f r1,';,n,',1 """ ,
llego of increasing tho amount to fcUttWR" ,"'"1,0 "ml ""T .! ' lh; . ,
cords moref also the right to ro,ocl ' Klnmnth l.;.kn Navigation "-'
any and all bids. Hid. to bo In il..- " ' ,Nor' r' ,,90St
band, cf lie school clerk not later , "' (Jr of .aid l.add and Tllton bank
fhMt-1 c'cllck p. m.. l-Vbruary I -." William It. I,nvl. to icriiro the
!'.Mi. tNOfled check for r. per ..nt .PWnient of one certain proiiilsaory
of 1.1,1 to ccAHiipany each bid. -. '' h' "," Ml'- Kll,Ml1'
Hy ndcr of. Hoard of Directors of'-'""' nvigaiion r.....,.nn,, .. . ,
l.ool DlstrlctV . Klamath Coumi"0" ,la,,Ml nl '" "regon
School District NO.
Oregon, February, 191
, V. SlKMnNS. Clerk.
Kmployes of box factory ot 8hlp
plngton, plearo tnko netice: Factory
will start up on or about March 1st.
Machlno men pteaso send In written
ca J. pnuiT canKbiw ass-n. !f a "": "1,M " rf'
C6t Klamath Kails. Ore "'" OwB"B;:N"B0n . . " I
tho sum of 15 000.00 duo ono year
... . 1. 1. . . .. .1 ifrom dato without grace. panblo to
"I suffered habitually from constl1' ,,, ,,' ' ,
patlon. Doan's negulet. relieved arid ,0 "T "r,ai,1 ,l"m "' " "l
strengthened tho bowels, ao that they ' ''''" County bank. Klamath
have been regular ever slncC'-A.!:."8'0'0"' w "' ntcttti nt, ,,'
Davis, grocer, Sulphur Springs, Tex.
(lAI. I.-JITATK IVHI'll WCM
WE MAKE A Sl'KCIAIVrV of close 0' nl1' ll0tf. "" f"1'01- thereof, then
In property and good farm land. Noi'hn m l.add nnd Tllton bank andj
tP'iiblc to allow proja-rty. Prompt nt William II l)nU might tsfco pnii.
trillion vlgeri all imiulries. A few , !on of snM personal property and sell
good houses for rent. If )ou wunt In 'am0, or o much tl.freof as might be I
buy or sell It will pay you to see in. ' necessary to latMfy tlio said debt. In-1
Next to Amerlrau Uotel. I'lione 11(11 'erest nnd rensonnblo expenses, nfter j
" first giving notice of thirty days by
' 'publication In somo newspaper, pub-1
' WfMI.lA .MHO Isllt
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y ,, Alml
. Perk. ""Z
ri m iter, mis ivi.n..v
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'mill II Mll III BV'III imw."
South Amrrlrn. I.al JM' "o '""
n. iir.it nsrrnt of Mount t'oropiiiiit.
7.- As ihKincciimpanli'd by only ono guhlo nnd
. fw lllltlM'S.
Curopinm wim supposed In kouh
bo tho higher mountain In Honth
America-, but Mis Peck M h
found It short of tho height of Mount
llminaian, which alio inniii'rril In
Xotlie of Sale of Mtirtgitmil Pioperl)
Notice l heri'b) alum Hint l.add
and Tllton bunk, n corporation, or-
iMinitnt nnd enisling undrr mid l
.. .... ., ,.,... ui.i.. .rflin.
1 county. Oregon, that certain steam
jboal or vessel, called tho "Klamath,
lot ' burden of C9 gross tuns or
I thereabouts, together with tlio boilers
'engines, ma!, bowsprits, boats, nnrh
jors. cables, chains, rigging tackle, np-
t ....... I ..lint., is en I nil nth fir tl !(.
,., n,,,IUrtalnlng and bo.)
, , , , of 10 Klamath'
Ijiko Nalgnllon company, a corpora
1,1... I.,, .rimml...! nil, I i.ltllllll! lltlllCr
.XHCIIli.er ... ivua, iiir imi sun. i
IS. 100.00 duo In one year nfter date, J
without graco payable to tho ord'r of
said I.n.1,1 nnd Tllton bank, n corpor
ation, at (.add nnd Tllton bank. Port
land, Oregon, with Interest nt tho rate
of S per cent per annum, from date;
and ono certain promissory note, exe
cuted by the said Klamath l-nko Nuv-
rato of 8 per cent per milium, from
.date, which snld mortgage Included
'tho personal property h.-relnbefnrn tie
'ecrlbod. nnd rnmlUInn d lint It de
fault should bo mad" In the pajment
llshed In Klamath rails Klamath
county, Or'gon, nnd to rctnln tho1
snmo out of tho proceeds of such sale;
lio surplus. If any, to bqlong and to
ho returned to until Klamath I-nkn
Mnvlgntlnn company; tld mortgagor I
mvlng failed to pay said notert nnd'
mortgage, or any portion thereof, Iho
laid mortgagees have tnken posoc.i
Ion of said property on arrount of
inch breach nt condition, for tlio pur
'oso of making snlo thereof, for tlio
reason ami purposes st forth In this
Dated this Sth day of February.
STONE & IIAIIHI.TT,
Attorneys for l.add and Tllton Hank
nnd William It. Davis. 2S3! h
Everything in Music at
Klamath Falls Music House
II. MADflEN, froj.rlelor
Holo Itc'ircM'iitntki! of
KIIIIII.MAN CfiAV .V CO.'H I'lANOH,
Iho STKINWAV, .mil other l-cadlng
I'lanoH. Also tlio Famous IAM.
WIN 1'IANO. OiIi.t makes ut mod.
irate prlii-a, 'J'iiiiIiik am) lteiairs.
WHITE KEWI.NO MACHINE,
OMVIIIt TVI'EVVItlTEH AND
VltTOIt TASlJt'lN(J MACIIINK
Hooks, Hlnlionery mid l'lrlurea
Two Doors East of iho I'ostofflco
Mi '1 1 -!?t. T . f, iTi
N1JV litl51?AI HOp
Wo hnvo remodeled our ropalr shop. " not only repair
wnti-hcs, clocks and Jewelry, but o art prepared to make moat any.
thing In the Jewelry lino. Wo also ropalr l'W.-. ""'n "
hlnrs. Dpowrlters. In fad most ni.)thln. Wo have tho beat cqulpp,
epalr si op In this l-att of Iho alalo. ami lHy Kuaranloa all our work.
Wo buy old gold and silver at highest market value.
W- are looking for the most dimcuU enso In glas filling.
Wlntei's' Jewelry Storo
Tho oldest rslnhllshed Jewelry sldro lu Klamath County.
Pianos Rented (1j Per
Phonographs Honied J4 Monlh
Typcwrilcrs Rented $3 Per Month
Wc 5ull office supplies, It-Kill
blanks, typewriter ribbons,
paper ami carbon paper.
Telephone us your order and
It w ill rccch e promt attention
riULLER MUSIC COMPANY
l-verythliiK in Music
n.sik Your Doctor
You may cmitfli tomorni w I Ik'Utir be pf ciurctl for It when It coiuca.
Ast your tloclor about kceplnit Aycr's thcrry Pectoral In ll.e
Iioiko. Then wlien the haul ctiKI or Couuli firnt appears yciti have
a doctor's medicine at naiul. Your doctor . approval f Its u.c
will certainly set all tlnnbt nt rest. Do as he ay. ..':.?'!,'.:
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job of printing promptly, and always by
the time agreed upon. We deliver the
finished work not excuses and it's
good work, too. Call on us for every
thing in the printing line, and be assured
of prompt and efficient service.
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HERALD DUILOING, FOURTH STRCCT
DCTWCCN MAIN AND KLAMATH
Superior Train Service
"The Finest Trains In America"
than 3 day to Chicago.':
A new train Do l.nxo l.ttwcen Han
rriuiilMo nnil New Orleans In thrco
Ilvury Tuesday and Friday, fi p. m
niimiiunrltiK iKceiiiher nth, from flan
Almi tliiiiiiul, toiirlHt rnra without
rhniiKo to CMcrki. dully vln OkiIoii
mid Oimilin, ami to WftnlilnKtoii, I). o
Cliiiliinntl, lit. ,(,H ,) (,CIIK0 ,,
certain ilaja ench week, via Now Or
.-'or full Information call or wrlio
W'fiP' Agt. S. J.;iIAILEY,At,
ooi K St., Sacramento Klamath falla