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KLAMATH PALLS, OMOON,' WEDNESDAY, MAY I, IBIS
RH'ICirrfcR TO HK HKHN WITHIN
CaWerala-Orrgoa INiwoe Coatpaay I
fMOilM Work oa Mich Teaeloa
fjMS III CoMMVt All of lu lowec
ruau In Souther) Otegua amd
. northern Cllfetla MMlMtac to
jUmmUi fall Vm
" "" a
it t nnouned that, berrlag Md
, U or unexpected delay, the big
' Mr lino of lb Callferala-Orsgoa
Psvir company, "bleb It row build-
hi Iron lorrM, win ao la niamam
allkta alBtjr day. Coaalructlou kit
' itrtadr commenced, aa4 tba craw U
n working about all aillaa tbla eldo
E. II. Ilriirr of tbla cltf la lb en
sitter In rlnrgi of tba survey and
rtgat of war agaal. II atataa tbat
lie surrrjm for tba Una ara about
wapUlnl, and tbat tba rlgbU of way
m all practically aewured. Free
garrU the Una ruaa to Wordaa, aad
ln followi the rlgbt of war of tba
railroad Texuro. Croaalag tba
rltr at the lleame raack. tba llaa
mm up Ihn weal aid of tba rlvar to
the power plant In tbla cltjr.
According lo Mr. Henry th Una la
a high tension Una, and will carry
abMt 10,000 volta. It la being built
to carry tilth aa 30,000 volt If
try, When built lo Klamath
' Palls tba company will have llnea con
I aKtlag all of their power planta la
'Stttktrn Oregon and Northern Cat
Manila, Including (told Ray,
I Creek and one at Duasmulr.
i Eltauth fall plant already baa llnea
eatsrlag Merrill and llonaaaa and In.
wrawdlatn polnta, and will gradually
I all over tba county. The con'
propose to aula the power
enough ao tbat tba farmer
t be able to ua It oa tbalr fame
tad alao for pumping atalloaa for fur
, akalag water to tba blgh laada.
With a complete coaaectton be
tvtta all the power plaaU, tba peo
ple will be aaaured of aa abaolute aafe
ad rontlnuoua service, ao tbat If one
ef Ike planta ahould be oat of com
akalen temporarily, they eaa, switch
atta another. A large amount of
sety li Icing eipaaded la tba aa
kaalon of the tinea, aad everything
k being hultt In a moat aubataatlal
tetuer, all of the towera being placed
m concrete plera.
aXCKPTION HIM, RK HELD
POIl PASTOR AN
There will be a receptloa held at
tk Presbyterian church oa Tauredar
malng, May id, at I o'clock, la hec
aret Rev. J, p. stubbtoietd and hrlda,
he have recently returned from th
art. Adilreaaee and mua'e will com
HM Ike ihort program, after which
ttaUdloa will eerve ref reahmenta. It
hoped that all the frlaada will be
re to welcome Mr. aad Mra. Btub
hlatald. APPLEGATE TEN
"AKATH COUNTY MAN MAKM
8WCAT HIIOWINO IN RACK FOR
, B4C(1ATK, RUT IiAOKR VKW
, VOTKa OS FINAL COUNT
,',,h "turna complete from all
"Mlai In th atata, A. W. awlft, a
' county progreaelve, U aaaured
2on member pf the Oregon
"won to the republlcaa national
"WMIon. li haa anally takea a
" lad of tea votaa over O. 0.
22Sfto Klamath and aavaataea
WM'nll Metachan of PortUad. with
. ,! hM b, aaaawlai arer
" the flnal rain., .a.i.iiu
M4aJ "'""l vumwMij iw
5JJ7 'rom an eouatlea, iwin saa
Iju iLplIKt ,1' afatachaa
1'. Th only chaaee for ehaage li
r? ' U that errata have haea
JJ tranimlailoa t Ua eaUUI
ZT cialaa .M M.-a k, ..
J?J .ot 8w"t that hU advantage
Z..H bereued by (he chacklag up
lif '" "" eeureurr fr mwi
NO TRACE FOUND OF
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IIAI.IKAX, N. H May l, Aator'a
body haa been placed In a prlvato car
Ilia aon, Vlncanl, aat weeping besldo
tba casket all night, nn the verge of
a collapaa, Hlrauaa' body and seven
otbara ware placed In an express car.
No tracn baa tiaan found of Mra
Rlrauaa' body. A number of speclsl
cara will leave tonight, All lha Ideti.
Ilfltd will lm ready for atilpment to
morrow. REPORT PAVOHAIILY ON
HUMPHREY MARINE BILL
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WASHINGTON, May I Tha houae
aiarlne committee reported unani
mously In faror of the Humphrey
bill, which provide that no monop
oly owned ateamahlpa be allowed to
anler or clear from American porta.
Tba report charge that foreign
ateaauhlp truata are openly violating
the Hhertnan bill. It alio clalma that
they control M prr cent of the conn-
try 'a Import and eiport bualncaa
PRISON FOR 3 VEARS
HKATTI.K, May I. Charle W
Waiinenilnln. rnrrmir rhUf nf nnllm
waa taken to Walla Walla peniten
tiary today, to aerve hla three yean
term for bribe taking.
Oonalderable feeling haa been allr-
red up between I'roaecutor Murphy
and Hherlrr Hodge becauae the latter
allowed Wappenateln to remain at
home alnce Haturday, under the aur
valllaac of a deputy aherllT. Mra.
Wappenateln uttered a complete col
lapaa when her huaband waa arreated
Saturday on the arrival of the com
mitment paper from the aupreme
court. Hodge etplalned bla altitude
aa being the earne aa be applied to
c titer prlaoaare, and that It waa only
humaaa la view of the manner In
which the Wappenateln commitment
waa raahed through.
Mra. George fl. Zimmerman ar
rived In the city Runday evening to
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mra.
Cbarlea flwlngte. Mra. Swingle haa
been ailing for some little time, and
Mr, flmmerman came form her
Yamhill home to attend to her mother
for the preaent. On Krlday the fam
ily will go to their Ungell Valley
home for Ibe summer, where Mr.
Swingle will undoubtedly soon recov
er her usually aplendld health.
RKTURNft TO FORT
Richard Helhaae left yeaterday for
tale Fort, after spending aeveral daya
ha the city looking after hla building
latereata. Mr. Matbaaa will atart the
erection of a brick building on the
lota where the old K. K. K. 8tore
building formerly stood In a abort
CLAIMS DaXROATaM FOR
wilhon in HPrnc of votk
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NKW YORK, May 1. William Mc-
Combe, Wllaon'a campaign manager
for tbla state, aeserta tbat moat or
the Maaaaehueetta dalegatea to the
Baltimore convention will cut their
rat ballot for Foaa, and thereafter
will auoDort Wilson, despite the fact
that Clark carried the preference pri
maries. KEKEI HAMS JUT IB
Aaakstaat Chief of Bureau of Chew
Utry laforma Coaualtteo Membera
That There la No Cure for Mea
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WASHINGTON. May I. Dr. .. T.
Kablar, asalstant chief of the bureau
of ebemtotry, haa banded a rude Jolt
to the baldheaded membera of the
houae committee on Interstate aad
faralaa commerce. Dn Kebler kaowa
li iuiut nataat medlclaee, gat-well'
quick devloee aad all that eort of
thlag. Ha eaya par cent of that
ara frauda, Md la willing to impw
thla fact to aiyoaa wbo aaa ni
knut lha matter.
The oommlttaa hag baaa. dalvlag
lata a preeeeUlaa to mrta tha pura
... i. . . i
regulation regarding "fitho " propH
i,ru Ni'ium i no cnmmuiea 10 give
hla Idcaa on thn aubject. In the courae
of the dlacuialon the aubject of hair
reatorora came up. Itepreaentatlve
Hamilton of Michigan, who belonga to
the near-baldheaded claaa, Immedi
ately bflcamo Intereated, and (ought
"Doctor," aald ho, "In the Interest
of memhera of Oil committee who
are a little abort on hair, could you
tell ua If them la any audi thing aa a
eucreMful hair restorer?"
"I regret to aay," solemnly replied
the doctor, "I don't believe there la
any auch thing. At leaat, In all my
eiperlence I have never run acroaa
Whereupon the few membera wbo
are adorned with a sufficient supply of
flowing locks had a good laugh at the
espense of their ahlny-pated col
NEW HULL FOR
hTKAMKIt WILL UK liAROKR AMI
IIKTTKII ll'll'I'KI) TO HANni.r:
ri(KI(aiT ON THK ITI'KIt I.AKK
J. II. C. Taylor waa down from the
Upper IJike landing today. He states
that work la progressing rapidly on
the new hull, which Is being built for
the steamer Maiama. The new hull
la 8S feet on deck and IS foot beam.
and will have a capacity of twenty-
five tons, although It Is figured o'n
carrying about fifteen tons of freight
to a load.
The work la being done by I.. R.
McDonald, the boat builder, and all
roast fir Is being used. It Is eipected
to have thn hull finished In about ten
days, when the machinery will be
transferred from the old boat. It la
I robable that the old hull will be Si
ted up for a house boat.
Mr. Taylor state that Indications
point to a heavy freight traffic on tbe
Upper Lake tbla summer. Tba Ma
iama runa up Wood River to tbe
Weed bridge, about four miles from
the Fort, and aa an excellent road haa
been built the remaining distance, It
makes It much easier and cheaper for
the merchants to get their freight la
ST. I'KTKRSnURa. May 1. A wo
man has been arreated at Yekaterln-
eslav on her own confession tbat aha
poisoned aeveral membera ot bar fam
ily wbo were consumptives, to spare
them needleaa aulferlng.
HOUR! UY TEN!
The May Session of the Klamath
county court began thla morning, with
Judge W. 8. Worden and the commla
iloners being present. Most of the
day waa taken up In auditing bllle
ahlch havo collected during tbe past
month. The court adjourna from day
to day, so that all matter of Import
ance can be handled without delay aa
they come up.
IIRYCK MAY BK MADE
WASHINGTON. May 1. That Jaa.
Dryce, ambassador of areat Britain
to the United SUtes, who la now oa
route from Washington to London,
via Ban Francisco and the far Bast, la
to accept a position In the British cab
inet and will not return to nia poet
here, la rumored In diplomatic circles.
It la said that Dryce u to oa pro
moted to the office of foreign minister
of Oreat Britain, aucceedlng Sir Ed
Tails Justice Rver Elected
HUBBELL. Mich., May 1. Loula
Mollanen waa recently elected justice
of the peace of Hancock township.
Houghton county, and his frlaada aa
sert tbat he la the "biggest" man
that aver held auch aa office. "Big
Louie," aa he la knows, to IB yaara
old aad la 7 feat I Inenea la height.
He weara an IU hat aad No. IB
VIBNNA.. May 1. A remarkable
young plaatot to creating a rurore
hare, ptoylBi uaaar ua nam
Print Retold I. N to a ehlmpwiee.
I A PPDaflDDI ATlflll
BILL MAKES COT
MIAHTIO RKFORMft PftOPOflKD BY
lllll aa llaported Woald AboHh Cola
age Mint at aaa Fraarieco, New
Orleaaa aad Cataoa Ctty, aad Aaaa
(Mice at Heattle, Heleaa aad Boise.
Woald Reduce NaUry of PrealdeaU
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WASHINGTON. May 1 Tbe bouse
appropriation bill as reported pro
poses drastic reforms, Including tba
abolition of the commerce court, re
duction of tbe aalary ot tbe Presi
dent's secretary from 17,600 to M,
000, transfer of the bureau of manu
factures to the state department from
the department of commerce and
labor, abottah the coinage mint at
Ban Francisco, New Orleans and Car
son City and the aaaay office at
llolse, Helena and Seattle.
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SAN DIEOO, May 1, The trans
port Iluford Is still anchored la tbe
harbor hare. Reporter have been
warned to keep away from the veaael,
and absolutely not a word la glvea
out. It la not known -when the ves
sel will sail.
LUI.LRTINB FOR FRKB DHrTRBaU.
TION TKLL HOW THK BOYS AND
GIRLS CAN KAHN THB1R OWN
County School Superintendent J.
U. Swan haa received from tbe Oregon
Agricultural college a aupply of two
bulletins Issued by tbe college for
distribution among the school chil
dren ot the county. Copies of tbeae
pamphleta havo been aeat to the
teachers, but aa the supply la some
what limited. It Is not tbe desire to
waste any of them or aead them to
persona wbo do not cara to uae them.
Any of the farmers or achool children
of the county who are latereeted caa
secure tbeae bulletin by applying to
The first of the bulletin deata with
the aubject of "Prlte Wlaalng Pigs
for Oregon Boys." It la claimed that
of all the domestic animate, the one
which usually receive the aaabbleet
treatment, aad wblch at the aam
time pay the farmer the meat moaey
for hla keep, la tke pig. Hla pet name
la "mortgage lifter," aad Justly he
haa earaed It.
Tbe second bulletin Is headed "Ore
gon Boya and Girls and the BBC Prob
lem." Mr. Harvey Beckwtth, former
president of the Portland Commercial
Club, aaya: "One of the greatest
needs of Oregon la the production of
poultry aad eggs. Durlag tke year
1911. 304 carloads of egga were ship
ped Into tbe city of Portlaad from
statea eaat of the Rocky meuatalaa.
At 35 cents a dosen, this amounta to
over half a million dollara. la addi
tion to the 304 carloada of agga, there
were received In Portlaad from, eaat
ot tbe Rocky Mountalaa, tweaty .car
loads of dressed poultry ot tea toaa
each, or 400,000 pounds. TJateaa the
farmer Increase the production ot
thla necessity, the Immense amount of
money annually sent eaat will In
crease. Cannot the children be en
couraged to engage In thla branch of
farmlngt With a email Seek they
would be eaabted to clothe them
selves, buy achool books aad Christ
mas present, besides havlag little
spending moaey." ,
MIS SUBJBOr TOaTMeT
The eitreme weather makea eoa-
eeeutlvo audience at tka Cartottoa
revival Impoaslbt, hut Ua meetlaga
go merrily oa.Juattheaame. amm
audience waa preaent last night, and
enjoyed the sermon ot Evangollst
Whlaton on "Immortality." The ser
mon subject waa' changed, but other
wise the regular program waa car
ried out. The singing of the male
quartet and other special music were
greatly appreciated. The evangelist
requested tbat those present make
known to tbalr frlenda that whatever
tbe weather conditions, tbe meetings
would be held at tbe usual hour.
Tonight la "Popular Amusement"
night, and, given ordinarily fair
weather, the building wilt be filled.
Tbla lecture-sermon on tbe amuse
ments of today and tbalr relation to
the church la one of tbe greatest of
Whlston'a effort. Come tonight at
7:4 B. Church at the corner of Pine
and Nlath atreete.
LONDON, May 1. Official statis
tic place Baglaad'a boote bill, for last
year at IO0,aaa,o0O, an Increase of
WILL EXAMINE DIG
ABOUT SEVENTY-FIVE TEACHERS
IN KLAMATH COUNTY WILL
TAKE EXAMINATIONS, LAST OF
The regular Eighth grade teachers'
examination will be held throughout
the entire county next Thursday and
Friday. May 9th and 10th. Tbe ex
amination In Klamath Falls will be
given In the Central achool, and In
other part of the county at the dla
trlct achool building. It la eemected
tbat there wilt be about eeveaty-five
teacher that will take the examlaa
tlon thla year, believed to bo tbe
largest claaa ot any year heretofore.
About thirty-two of these will take
tbe examination In Klamath Falls.
The Womaa'e Foreign Missionary
Hcclaty ot Ua Methodist church will
moot with Mr. R. R. Hamilton Thurs
day afternoon at 3:30.
COKE HEARS SUIT
TO QUIET TITLE
Judge Coke remained over today
to hear tba trial of Jamea Taylor vs.
C. W. Finch, aa action to quiet title.
Tbe property In question la the SW M
of 8EH of section 13, townshlp.37,
lange 14. which la located In the Bly
J. C. Rutentc represent Mr. Taylor
and Potter fit Bryaon of Eugene are
the attorney for the defendant. They
were repreaented by Kuykeadall Be
Ferguson of thla city.
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HARRI8BURO, May 1. Peauayl-
vaula republlcaa convention met here
today, with Rooaeveltera la control.
William Flynn of Pittsburg will prob
ably be the national committeeman.
The Pearoaeltea woa't fight the
lection of twelve Roosevelt delegate
VINCENT ASTOR'S MOTHER
ARRIVHS IN NEW YORK
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NEW YORK. May 1. Mra. Ava
Aator, divorced wife of the late John
Jacob Aator. arrived oa the Katoer
Wllhalm der Gross, aad weat Imme
diately to the Hotel Gotham. She will
not attead the funeral. She came to
America for the purpose of consoling
WILKINS TO RESIGN'
Colonel M. G. Wllklns, councilman
tram th Pint Ward, will probably
teader hla resignation to the council
thla evening, aa he expecta to move
shortly to the Third Ward. It la not
kaowa whether aay appointment wilt
bo made before etactloa of a aueceaeor
to Mr. Wllktae. but If to It to probable
that J. P. GoeUer will be tbe maa, for
the reaaea that oa aecouat of hla be
tas the oaly candidate for thla office
at the eoralag electtoa, hla election to
asaured. If he were appolated at thla
Mas It would give him a chaaee to
gat used to the Jh by tka time the
JAPAN NOT SEEKING
LAND IN MEXICO
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WASHINGTON, May 1. Replying
to Senator Lodgo'a Magdalen bay
resolution, President sent to tho sen
ate a statement denying that tho state
department has any ovldonco ade
quate to ahow acquisition of land or
any Intention or deslro to acquire
land, either directly or Indirectly, by
Japan In Mexico.
Secretary Knox signed the state
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MINNEAPOLIS, May 1. Bishops
Durt and Werner opened tbe quad
rennial conference of tbe Methodist
Episcopal church with prayer this
morning, with Bishop Henry Warren
This afternoon was devoted to the
standing committees preparing their
Charles W. Fairbanks la attending
the conference In an unofficial capac
ity, while fifty delegate from alt over
the world are here.
mm IS TEHDERED
u mm. Mm
MEMBERS OF MASONIC ORDER
AND INDIES GIVE DELIGHTFUL
SURPRISE TO MR. AND MRS.
Mr. and Mra. Alex Martin Jr., who
are soon to leave for Eugene, were
very pleasantly surprlaed last evening
by a banquet and reception In their
honor at the Baldwin hotel, given by
the membera of the various branches
ot the Maaonlc order. About sixty of
tbe membera and tbelr wives gather
ed at tbe hotel, aad a committee was
delegated "to gb after Mrl and Mr
Martin. They were routed out ot
their borne aad takea to the hote.1 aad
placed In the aeat of honor at a beau
tifully arranged banquet table In the
Mr. Martin was presented with a
solid sliver loving cup, by Judge Geo.
T. Baldwin, la behalf ot the members
tho lodge .as a token ot their es
teem. Following the presentation a
number of responses were mado to
toaata suggested by W. A. Delxell,
wbo acted as muter of ceremonlea.
Among those who wore called upon
were Henry Thlelson. Eminent Grand
Commander of the Knights Templar
ot Oregon; Frank J. Miller, Past
Grand High Priest of tbe Royal Arch
Masona; Thomas M. Baldwin. Wor
shipful Qrand Master of the A. F. A
A. M., and Jamea F. Robinson, grand
s. cretary of the three branches of the
order In Oregon. The local speakera
were Cbns. E. Worden, A. L. Leavltt.
H. P. Galarnesux. F. F. Wltllts. W. r.
Bhlve and E. D. Henry.
Several delightful musical uuruber-j
nere rendered, among them being a
Muartot by Mra. Burgo Mason, Mra
C. E. Hogue, Mrs. K. B. Henry and
Miss Loulso Ie, and solos by Mrs.
I'. E. Hogue and Miss Lee.
Following the banquet the guests
repaired to the large lobby, where tbe
furniture waa placed aalde and danc
ing Indulged In until a late hour.
J. R. Hayes ot Worden Is In the
city today making final proof on bla
homestead. Hla witnesses were R.
W. Tower and O. W. Sorrel.
TAFT GUMS 420,
Alio ROOSEYELT 261
WASHINGTON. May 1. Proprie
tor of presidential booms have Issued
the following clalma ot dclegatea up
to and Including April 30th:
Republican Delegate In conven
tion. 1,076; necessary to choice, 639;
claimed for Taft, 430; Claimed for
Roosevelt, 300; Instructed for La Pol
lette, 3; Instructed for Cummlaa.
10; contests admitted by Tart manag
ers, 13; conteata to be made by Roose
velt manager, 1S4. t
Democrat Delegate la conven
tion, 1,093; aeeeaaart to choice, 738;
claimed for Clark. 137; claimed for
Wllaoa, 134; conceded for Clark,
117; oaaceded for WlUoa.,45; .In
structed for Underwood. 34; kaetruct-
ed for Burke. 10; claimed forttar
moa, 4; ualaatrueted (New York).
on-ICIAL RETURNS IN
CIIUHr.TTH ELECTION SLOW
Return' From Oae Thoaaaadl aad
Forty Electtoa District Give Taft
and Teddy Each Ktghteea Dele
gate Unooaclal Return laasrad
Tail's Plurality WHI Be Abe
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BOSTON. May 1. Oflctal retarae
are coming In alowly. Rooaevattera
assart tbat wbea completed the eowat
will show Roosevelt carried the pref
Unofficial return Indicate Taft'a
plurality to bo about 5,000. At 10
o'clock the return from 1,040 ot tka
1,080 election district of th state
give Taft 84,948, Roosevelt 79,834,
La Follette 1,960, Clark 33,973, Wil
son 14,880. The aam preclaeta gave
Roosevelt delegate at large, keaded
by Baxter. 82,687; Taft dalegatea at
large, with Crane beading, 74,838.
Indications are that Roosevelt cari
rled 'fire state district. wRh dale
gate at large giving him1-eighteen)
delegates. Taft carried the reawtalac
nine districts, giving him eighteen
Taft Carrie Preferential Vote
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BOSTON, May.lv Late thU after
noon definite figure gave Roeeevok
eighteen delegates asjd Taft the earn.
with three small towns musing. The)
preferential vote ahowa Taft, 37,117,
and Roosevelt 33,144. La PelleUe
3,063, CUrk 33,491. WHsoa 14,470.
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OYSTER BAY, L. !.. May 1. Col
onel Kooeevelt baa aaaoaaeed tharaa -
won't Insist oa tbe eight Maaaaeha-
ett dlegatea-at-large aappertlas
him, aa Taft carried the pretaraaUal
primary, Thla give Roosevelt oaly
ten Massachusetts delegate.
MOSGOLIVS FUNERAL TODAY
The funeral ot tbe late Jamea C.
Mongold waa held this afternoon. The
body waa brought from the Whltloek
undertaking parlors to the Odd Fel
lows' Temple, where service were
conducted by Rev. Geo. Fees of the
Methodist church. Tbe member ot
the Odd Fellows lodge and the etty
nre aeparwneni auenaea me ranerai
and marched to the grave In a body,
and In addition there waa a Ursa
gathering ot frlenda of the deceaaefi.
who waa highly thought of by the rich
and poor alike.
Tbe pallbearers were selected
equally from the membera ot the Odd
Fellow' lodge and the fire depart
ment. At the grave the rltuaUatlc
services ot the order waa performed
by Noble Grand R. J. Sheeta aad
Chaplain M. R. Doty. Interment waa
made In the Odd Fellow' cemetery.
ON ACCOUNT OF THB PLENTIFUL
SUPPLY OF RAIN ONLY TWO
REQUESTS HAVE BEEN MADE
FOR WATER TODAY
The Irrigation season under the
Klamath project ot tha reclamattoa
service begins on May 1st. Water haa
been turned into the main canal for
several days, but before water to d
tlvercd to the farmer requests must
be filed by them with the reclamation
office. Project Engineer W. W. PaWa
stated today that oaly two reqaeata
for water had been Bled, they belac,
from the extreme aonthera eat of the
canal, where tha soil la Tory saaay.
Oa account of the abuaeaaee of
rainfall tha past few
weeka very,faw; It i 0
of the toad owaera
for some time. Wetr haa net jret
been turned lata ibe Aakear eaaal ee '..:
only one requeat haa beta waaag ; m i
iir mis a. a racier. si siLinr . am awt arm VjFI'jjj
uniets mi w iaa.w ; ;. vt"v.?
will not ha turned la until a '. .' , . '
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