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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1919)
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OKFICIAL VM'I'.n OI
OFFICIAL PAPKK OP
Thirteenth Year No. 3,673
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 15 1919
Strafcom Rdy to Pay Hit
Half of Judgment
FIRM ASKS FOR $2,500
jUit pit)' tlltl Hcmme nf 1 1,0011 reillllr
ml hy tint city This the i-oiiiuil rend
il" ununited to, mm It mnirnl"'l l1--fuel
tliui Mr. arennoa hti at U
t linen eniltutvored to lio liur io t
Till) bond nrilliiuncn. with an ninir
geiicy clause uttorhed, wum pinmed for
tin- following street.:
Pine mill l'uii.i Alley; Pine from!
3rd to Nth, Including lntnrec.lnn to
Main; Cre.cent, Cunliy and Runt
Attorney V F. Stone appeured In-,
fore the council and inked what hud
hern done towards securing Informa
tion it. to tlje com of operation of mu
nicipal IlKtit urn! water plant on the
I'arlflc Coast It wu. .luted that no
mate hud hern made to ki HiIk In
formation, and the council pafed u
motion direction thn I'ollrr Judge to
OREGON LUDS IN SURVEY OF LANDS
h u nNiHHKS ns vrm m .
Price, Five Cents
Hrrald". lulillrtlin of New. Chum?
miM to HulMiwf the City Co. R" hU Information forthwith Thl
"' ...... I U'llt I... ,lni,. .....I ...III in,....
Uuirri' ! un for ItMiHtlcatloti
by . Committer r'nmi Council
i fttoiir AM ir iiiioriiiiuin
There a vurlet u( the city coun
cil lilt evening, Inasmuch u the en
tin ilon did not con.l.t of the
wall routine, unr 01 me miem-iiing
1 will ho done and will llkel) hn at
the dl.po.al of the rniiiirll ut u meet
Ing In the very near future
ARTIST CAN PAINT
YOU CAN BLINK EYE
Figures confirmed officially In the
I' K Htutlstlcul Abstract, which tin
Just liren Issued allow thut Oregon
led the I'nlon In contributing her
sons to our country.
Oregon furnished 34. 4.10 men for
the armed force during the war.
IS. 372 ure credited un toluntcers. or
53 07 percent Our Mute led Musho
chuxeitM, Rhode Inland, California,
mid Washington the neit four
.tales listed In enlistment with the
,. A strong general nveruite wus ut-
tulned hy Oregon In the Army. Nuvy
and Murine Corps Nevada alone led
. Oregon In voluntary enlistments In
the Army In proportion to It total
Increment. In thu Nuv. Oregon was
fourth to Hhntlo Island, Mugsaelius
ottn. und Washington; while In the
Murine Corp Oregon wan fifth to
mill, loiorudn, Washington, und
Government require the railway to
close Its embankment across the
marshes and Install the eates for the
control of the Inflow and outflow of
..... ...ow.au. i.ukb in iue concrete
structures provided for the nnrnn.
. that the connection of the Adams and
I Van Hrcmmer canals with White and
I Ijiwap IM....1. ... .
I ..-;. muiiiuin taxes oe severed and
TI'I.K LANDS UNDER DISPtTK ie lands under these canals receive
I.AV UKLOW HIUH WATKK wter from the main canal as con-
M A It K ORIGINAL PltOPOHI- templated in the final completion of
iu.-. hi IHIUUATI-; BV MAIN ""-project; and that the Govern
BARED IN SENATE
(This Ik the second Installment of
meiit of the lake bottom lands of
I oer Klamath Lake)
ment make a small amount t
cavatlon, estimated to cost rso.000.
In the upper part of Ankenv pii.
Mr Wetzel's article on the settle-1 Klamath Rlrer. The parties then de-
I nt 1 1.,. Intra l.nllnm lan.U nf "' tO be released fmm that ...I.
icriptlons and be allowed to experi
ment with reclaiming their marsh
mnas wnich lie south and cast of the
railway embankment. Tn via. ....
concluslons4f the board with regard
to their subdivision, any work In con
nection with these lands Involving
additional expense to the United
States Is considered Inadvisable. It
STARTS ON $70,000
BUILDING AT O.A.C.
" - - "i ii nun a nriiRii. on anil paints, n
llh Illtnu oi me ion toejrudv,,,,, ,, ffI(M. ,nutw( ,mo nml
clilm of K'eeler llrolher- for their h wm ,, )m n inM,irap,. ,tln,
(1100 lie for handling the Muni-1 ,.,.. ,,, ,,. ,, fo,r of hi
cM Itallroa.l bond lie Attorney i lMU,,. about Klitmuth Palls
-WIIm. nprrwnllng ibai firm. waJ A nrlm, ,, , ,, ,,,,.,
tbere. nl.o lilt local repre- , If )ou clp1 , mM ,.,,.. I
ntitlra W II Duncan Mr In-1 hurg'a More on Main Htr.-fl. tuke a '
cm tIM the attention of the conn ' ...i ... i . . i
Minimi' in iwu nun nnrrj up tne Sloe
ll to the contract mid tirgod the re- .mir, lllr ... ,i. .,,, ,.
ntaint. turn to (lie left when you ntM'nnv wiMnrii'i'i.n .m
Chilian of the claim of the bonding ;rillch . Inll(1(nK, , , . U It. '' "
llm.R 0 .roe.hcck uho'as cl.y ,,, ,, , , ' he J7,i 000 e
altorneya thetlmeihe rontrurt wni. . .. will I... i... .. . i.i
d. ... .1.0 there as the repre-' ZL !o c. I . , 1' , "" ' "" ln,"lrnlor- "'" '""
-ntallre r It V Strahom who en-' ".Tt ,'u r , ", college uuthorlzed by the legislature
tered Into a gentleman-, agreement S.l 1 hh 1., rT-"I .'t . T'" "' "' '-"v.ng been let to Horn-
l.h .be number, of the city admit,, yl ". "iI m ' T" "' n'"' McNV" "' AUmnr- M a"nrXl-
1.lll.n .( that lime to pay one.,f ll, ,"".., J" " !' ' ""U"'y 5T-rt0- J V IlpnnM f ,,,,r'-
..f h.l.T,r the city may pay Mr C. h , . ihJ 12 Tv V""0' "" ""'" N ,,,P nrC,"",r'
rwbck .i.M .hut Mr Ktrahoru I Z ' ' . '!' ."i ' VT """, " M, h" ,l "" "'"","'
Thrre .evmed a .ll.po.Uloi. to ,u , "ll , ' ' , " ' .-. T Tn "'"' "f ,,r,ck u"1 ro"cr'",, fo"--mV
oter the far, th, The llemld I w"r ' " '" "f K1,?,l,"lh ValU "rw,l," '-ng a modern In-
Ui .MIlht.l the ph. about "hi. '.X,. , " ' ' Y'"" """ '"''" "" """,r"" ,"i",, T"" ''"" ""'"".orv
ttetler claim. Hrll the Inform.. ", ' ,,ermanentl- ,n room will bo finished with ng. steel,
tloa about tliH gentlemunV ugree.! wil nn.. , . , , """h w'lw Mrnlihlng plenty of
nm.hd-1. tv, Intmtated that l.(Vlvl . el r , . Z "" "K'" ''"" "nV uork nlI. The
.ii..tln ..-i V '"'"' '" '" "'" " posmnie for trucks loaded'
studio and p ace It on the rnnwi In with materials and supplies to drive!
less than hnlf an hour The rim in in.i.i.. n... i...n.u .- .... . - '
,,. . . .... "iiiiiiib iu unionii. uver
the nearby hills toward llonmuu. the main floor uiii
Me stated that It was Impossible
to make such survey until the water
hud frozen. This is a showing that It
.h I.nke bed land. These admissions
of the County Surveyor and the re
cordr from time to time show that
1...... I I . II. I.. K...1
nunrjn naif ut;t;il iini!jsiiiit; uuu .v,. ...au visuute. It
impructlruhle on account of these) " recommended that private lands In
landi beln,' covered with water and i th' "Ubproject be released from their
. . . I nttlff-alnnB .
it tiune giowtn or Tule. All or tnesei " ' '""" I '
Tule lands which are under dispute Pae 123- Paragraph 11. Water asreement that Japan had w,th four
n the Lower Klamath rtafiln lav be-! Supp,y' L,ne 9- M follows "Lower I of the bis Pwers concerning Shnt
.ir hlrh v.ater mark and Lower KIania'h Marshes, If reclaimed, will unK wou,d wrlte "the Wackest Pa8
Senator North, Nebraska
TREATY BEING READ
Japan Charged With Having a
Agreement In 1017 With Foar m
Powers for Possession of Shu
tting In Peace Treaty Foretjcn
Relations Committee Hostile To
ward Conferring With President
WASHINGTON. Julv 15. Ratifi
cation of the Peace Treaty, with the
vidiiiuiu iiuBiii iu in. , ' " ... uower'
r mark and Lower KIania'h Marshes. If reclaimed, will unK wou,d wrlte "the Wackest Pa8
wits a navigable bodv 'derive the nocessarj- water from '" '"' nations history." said Repub-
t.crnrilnrK with tin. ,'1"k "'ver, diverted at a nolnt i,i Hcan Senator North, of Nebraska to-
the power plants on the Keno Canal." i da' ,n the dIscuss'n of the League
Cirountl Hartl to Work Jof "at,ons and Peace Treaty in tho
Pace 12f.. Par.TP-n.nl. ii i- -: Senate today.
o.... i, itruun ut I
llnti'u- I Thp nprCAmonl fhn Qnnnlnp VK
lov hlrh v.ate
of v.nter so In accordance with the
tlecislon of the Ciillfornlu Supreme
Court ul.lch hue alwa)s upheld this
principle In the many canes brought
before It there Is no Swamn or Over
flowed Ir ml in the Lower Klamath
'vncreltsn State Liintl
It l only sovereign land of the
Slnte which It onen to setMenwnt
i "The marsh lands around Lower ' referred t0 ls the alleged pledges se- &,-,
I iMamatn aKe are about half public
.iu nan private So far experiments
with this land have not w.. ,.. I
able, results. (It apears to be verv ne-l
cured by the
from Great Britain, France. Italy,
and Russia In the early months ot
1917, to the effect that in the Deac
.-unr vwui'ii ii open to serioment ,. -ecam io oe verv ne-l """
and iiurchnxe from the state since ;e'",ar' '-efore the soil can be reduced 'seltIe,nent Shantung would be turn
the witters have receded from It. and tn a rultlv''le state capable of grow- ed over to Japan for certa'n constd
the I.ipiU liort.M.o .,nrt.,.,,i '....1 Ing any crop" ,eratIons.
the I.irtU became uncovered, and
tin n It Is subject to hale In tracts
of Ji aires to actual settlers onlv
This k Incited one of the very best
feature" of the California law. as It
I- u veil known fact from the past
hhtory of the settlement of the land
rtuit tli. u...Tit. u...i. 1
rnd wealth r.r n ....,.,nt... . .' cultivated.
ing any crop
Page 12 --Paragraph (e) and
paragraph (7). reads as follews:
(e) "The development of the
".rsn land subdivisions around Lou.
Senator Underwood. democrat
from Alabama, characterized the
League of Nations as practical step
toward world peace Involving no sa-
of lomeone to 'liiillilnri." tin rit
tbit lb fuels puhlithed were given
"Ut, At thl. nolnt Mr Wll .inm.1
-' 1 me ll.lilrlii- lillld ..... 1 .. . .. ""
fie had no part whatever In the.,.,,,, ,. " , , , ' ,","'- "" "'"In floor will he n mezzanine
WMIWIon of th,. Information cmX.. 1 ,. . T .,K ,nrH,ov"r "', """' ' " l-n.IliiB nround the entire
.,-.. ...-. .-j,-. tiiV ui M-r i'vtiifir nnii rnnm nn,i !... .i.i ...... .
-'" " !. I1IHMI' IIHNiU- 1)11 f. r Va.
ton triiudliig crane for moxlnc the
heavy machinery on the first floor
The second floor will he used Inrgelv
for class and lecture rooms with the
nutoinothe laboratory nt one end of
the hullillnc The Interior of the lab
oratory will he of reinforced con
crete The building will furnish facilities
Hint compare favorably with lurge In
stitutions of the east As soon as the
new equipment Is purchased nn.l 1.,.
.tailed, the rollege will have what Is
" " "' nerad and did not ....... 1. 1
lh to hate hi. r, prejud ,M, hv "" r""V"" " "" ,,,,,, ,H"
Mttch charge At .1 Is m , n n """' '" con,,,! '"'-, ""'""
-Mtornry Carnal nro 1 in,!,, f ,!""l'rttl l'nUlnK ,,, ," " "t.ll.l
..;. .:m,r?udr3 r,n ,,, wtadow ,,f n" k k- k
Herald -Hliti th Information In m
;Z,.am " ' response to"
-s...i irom that publication ns to
" fU loading up to It. His clear
WoT W'CUl """nt seemed to
"Mlelr clear (ho atmosphere.
council reject,.., 10 .,.,' ,
,0 ?xt move win i,... . ' ..
. "'" " COIIIIJ
Act is riutlltloiiul
The ouestion has been raised sev
eral times recently that these lands
pa.--,ei fni; 1 the State of California
to the Nitllonul Government under
the Session Act of 190,'. It is a well
er Klamath Lake should be postpon-,crlfIce of NatlonaI sovereignty. The
ed until It has been shown -., ,t, 'Foreign Relations Committee beean
lands can be made productive when the readlnS and discussion of the
; t reai aeterring until a later date
I the consideration of the League Cov-
certaln that the reading
ui iiih pnr rp ri'ronr- n.iii .nM..t..
- - - . r.nr, siiuuiii oe developed -.-.- "... nruirt- -
in cooprntion with the . .,.. eral da-vs-
as-oclation In such manner as to in-' DurinB tne heated debate. Senator
uouge 01 -Massachusetts, charged that
.un eaim r.i a community depends --"-"- . - ' ---'
open the actual settlers owning theL (,) "Keno CanaI Power should be ' e C0I,slder
land who uake their living direct developet " needed by the project; "ant Tt ,s
from the Mill j tne exre power should he developed entlre
the Shantung agreement was a price
sure return of cost to the
It win he seen from the recommen-I Pa,d for Japan's signature to the
datlon of the Army Board that all of I'easue of Nations, with the robblnr
Isno-vn fact from the hlstorv of this! P"vately owned lands in the I, tn,na as a cons-deratlon. "There
Act Hut it was conditional and that , , " KIa,1,ath Rosin were released " Sta,Ute of "mi-at'os that nm3
cnlv such lands would nnss 0,,,:"".. e""aea from the project. The ' ueu,nsl a sreat wronK ke that." de-
uiiutlllli: iu jiyi Affwnn -.lairil II1H rtt RI1I1 It 1 1 f0 tn Wntnn-k
mmiiuiMrauon neauquarters re-
the State 01 California to the Nation-1. "'hi ,s a extract from a Re-,
nl Covernr.ieiii ns were n,,pi-r.i 1 - "l u,e Private lands.
IRK IN IM! I
from ....:: V. .." ,,BVB ,0
-v.cr urotner., which will no1. .. ' ii'rieti to oe the hest enclnei
I0' In tho nature on 7. "?'". MAIirif TllltOUflll TlIK lubora.or, on tho Pacific
expected to be the best engineering
nl ('overiir.ieiil as were tineni-nrn.t
litis any .portion of the Marsh land,
ns thoy are termed. In the Lower
Klamath Pnsln been uncovered? This
ouestion U fully answered
lea-es of ail private lands I
er Kluninth 1'ns.in und the recommen
dutlou of those releases bv the Ar
my Itonrd in 1 ltrt. The lands of the
MHhREAS. the conditions exist- e ntlmation today that
Ing at the time of th n.,.i .- President Wilson would not ho l-.i
iS.'llfl t.D. 1 ,t tn nxn. l. .l .
ered This1. lu ne Purposes and oh- "''i"' """re i-ie senate Koreign
I In tho re-1 ,cn sald ,rust was creat-. elaUons Co""nittee for thediscus-
In the low--! haVe Ceased to exlst without anv'slon of the Peace Treaty. The ma
recommen. I eX.orcise of ,he Pwers conferred b"v Jority of tne committee apparentlr
cnl,l . 1 . ..cu u.
". hum ueeit. and, i"1" osnie 10 even tne
WHERPiS .h ...j ......
. ...- Slllu rust ,g no
STIIKKTS CRYING "VIV1 SOVI.
OT"It)I'K IIKAI.KIIM TO UK- Rp;T QTnDV AOn,,T a
duck rooiMf ri.'.'s 1: 1 1; n r BEIiT STORY ABOUT A
. r " uM -m-r -w mr ut -rarm w-a
KII.MII) AT liACICHA
e,tt"(;:r)' ,n-niC ...bject
i z;tv t cfer
-drawn.;. ' tho r," with.
S3S.ST,? ,0 ","' flrm r, 1"'
tlj. T.:.ml '""I--.-.1 the revo-
Mil,n,.. P"n,"t' "tutlng that It
.. .,-'" IHC0 onie nf II... .
Zl f0r ,ll PPro-..lo i r Vh- r.Ml " ''"m-r Thn general Htrlke.i
HOMB, July ir. Huh eierlenc
ed another outbreiik of Ilolhel.sm
today with bloodshed ociumni- in
l.lght poraiins were klllutl nml 30
nioe to frc,, ,,p , Nur" wounded nt Liicern. Two un-
,n were itiso Kiiieu 111 n fight
- i suppression of tho 1 '"iiier inn generni Htnise
f imV '" ""'r.'8t,.d i ,i ,,i "1'ieau rnpitiiv tiegitn nt rnltnn-
&ir r,i- Atiorney,cn:.:i,;::,r;.s,.c,iy- rco m
CHILD TO WIN PRIZE
Soldiers, sailors, mnrines. men and
women who wore In France, during
the war In any cnpacltv. or their
sweetheart or friends, nre Inxltod to
compete for the $500 offered by the
committee, directing the campaign '
for tho Fatherle.-s Children of!
Literary ability h not renulred
Simple unaffected telling nf little
... "inc iu oven me suggestion,
that Wilson be asked to mm. .-
..H.t IB U 1 . . - " -- v..
State of California bear tho same re. I ?"Ber necessary or proper, but 0t tUe col"'"lttee confer with him
Intloit to the National Government' ' l' ten"inated. the trustee re-, as a bodv at the wlllte Huse. It Is
that the lands of anv private Individ-1 Ved f "S saId trust an'l the said ProI,able that this might cause tho
unl would le.tr I o'uote the evtmets I Iands ""onveyed. (President to begin his speaking tour
Relwiscs gun claim 1 ' , f ot the Leasue earlier thaa
NOW THERKFORE.W ki,, ' ,Ianned-
Water Users Association, a corpora- j
the street crying -Vive Soviet." ,. f "' "'9 ""J1 ''f'P""l over-se;
iail'I Mm t
I i.not fact tID, ,,::::. . " ."forced ,W8 in foo.lstuff a,,.. n,. "l,or" n ,n waff "Plmii of
"' "t e fn.. .1 "in would ,. ,. 1., ... l'Tiuiro was coneernoil nvn u-nni,i
""nines to reuueo tnvir prices . , ... . ,, ,
fifty percent. ""' "'" l,n """"blered In nwnrdlng
' ' 1 the 17: cash prizes. Some lit t Io In
cident told simply In n letter inny win
unl would le.tr I quote the extracts
from the Iieport of the Hoard of Ar
my Knr'neerh in relation to the Re
1 clnmntinii Pi.inl
I Pnr.e 12?. i.-ragniph C
1 ".Marsh l.nnds it was proposed
ofiglnall to itrignto the reclaimed
mnisli lands by means of the main
cuna) .which wns phen sufficient ca
pacity fur the purpose ns far a con
"tructeil The uialnnge was to be ef
fected iii.miiIv-i.v the construction of
the Keno Cut nnd tunnel. Involving
oM-nwii,. 11 in the Klamath Rhor to
tion, organized and existing under' ASIN'OTON. July 15. Th
the laws of the State of Ore., nnil ' Prohibition enforcement bill was
again the storm center In tii inn
discussion. Speaker Gillett ruled that
-' -vjtf UIIU
'neing tne Trustee under the sm,i
Kxccss Land Trust Deed nhote des
cribed, for nnd in consideration ot the
sum of One Dollar, and the premises
above set forth, does hereby release,
remise nnd forever all of tin. rit,.
title, and interest acquired by It by
u....t:v "" uaiiinL-.ia 1.. . .
aift'or lni 7 '" l""0 the
lt of t ,.,'. "r ft,'nn n
lllM ,l.7 ,"""'.
s a re.
"I thn Inttor re-
'"" ina "iur re-1
r .. ""' " ""' T' whole 1 SEVEN MEN KILLED
n'rreii t .. . ..' .
rtrttlo of tho S.1I1I Excess .-111.1 in.,.i
lower Its In o! thn imtirr..-..,! .1 ., i Trust Deed In nn.l tn n, f,.n ...,-ton' t'
- -I-. ' -i viiuiiuei ' " "" luuutimi; r.,lll .
tn le.id 11 n tiinnni ....!.. .. . deserllieil nrnmUuo .....,... i".i.tuian
"' unlink iiirougu 1 .--..... o. iumiii.
Mho lirn.l I. Mow Power w.is to be.
( .... iiu.e.i ,u 1 lie lower end of the
tllline! As these nlans i.r 1 ..
irom Massachusetts ila,i not trans
Kiessed the House rules in declaring
,.inai ne na,ii heard that several con
'gressman had stored away enough.
, Whfskev to Inst them for j ears. Blati
.ton, the Texas Domnnr.it .it ,i-.-
:" refers. I'' '"" W""
.' fe council ln. . " rn""Httee
"on. ; "rtuer Investlgn
" Plftii .1.
tarted nl Rrn" n-Pollon
" "tarted nn 11- ' 'i""n """ ii
PMiaBoof. " W."y r"Jolc""' hy.todny It.
"? m'd. f " lTlullon "hanging orient.
Mo ," a,,0l'"''eenaRh
II lll'lo. Comllf Inns nf tl.n ,.i.,.,.
AS MINE EXPLODES un-v l)0 "ecure.l by writing "Tho
tiuiieriess iiiiniren of Franco, Room
U3-I. -110 S. Michigan Avenue, Chl-cgo."
't9 f'le frnm ;7,u,, tanging
'" ( omn 1 11 ll n n "'"
"Pt.of lit, 1,..., "n, on
"'""'-ed iii l U, Kro here
ml Z "ropir,y ow''-
yZ fHl0"tf," hotween
""m. jt. n. '" nmicaniy
COUnm . r' "fflinon iidU.i ...
'loi' ' . ""nn ""ko'I tho
div I '0r orl,,K with hint
" 0e dy ' , "0rror"" with
bhij . uu'i When l. 1.-..
. g b Posslhi. """eved It
"VmS tub f(,:fh,m-,oronc"
WASHINGTON. July l.f.--Oiin of-
fleer and six enlisted men were killed
the destruction of tho Am
Minesweeper Richard S.
nuckler.jhy tho oxploslon nf n mine
In tho North Sen July 12. Two other
officers wero Injured. The shin snnir
In six minutes', and but 18 men wero
rescued Including two officers.
Commander Frank King remain
ed on tho bridge nil the while In til
reeling tho efforts Io savo tho crew.
Ho wont down with his ship. Mnny
woro trapped below tho decks when
ue vessel turned on her sldo aftnr
tho oxploslon of tho mine.
WOMAN KIM.KII IV ACCIIIKNT.
Karl Hilton returned to Chllonuin
"iiH morning after a monthH Illness
at his home. He. Ir In the employ of
tho Modoc Lumber company.
PORTLAND, July IS. Mrs. Ethel
Hughes wus Instnntly killed, nnd Mrs
Norn rioMmnii, Ralph Iledon, and Le
roy Mnssey wero Rllghtly Injured to-
uny when a motorcyclo on which
thoso four wero riding collided with
a milk wagon. Helen was nrrested on
u clutrgo ot reckless driving.
I.KAVR AFTER VISIT.
K, L, Sutton, who has been lu the
oily for the pust few days visiting
Mrs, buttons parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M, Mntt, left .this morning for Port
laud and Seattle. ,
wore deteilf.l Itnestlgntloio be too
costly, the? were abandoned . The
construe Hon of the embankment and
trestle -,f tho California & .Vnrtli
eastori, lfo.iwny across the nmr.shos
will, when tho embankment Is mad9
conllnuous. divide tho marshes und
necessitate separate treatment of tho
two pontons Several plans for the
reclamation of thoso marsh lands
mo neen cons 1 ereil l. i,. n.i
nn.. c, ' "" "ium-
I'.trties ytulit, Renuet
Inns,,.el, however, ns the efforts
of the AsrlciiUural Department at Its
expoUment farm near Ady to cultl.
vato the&e marsh lands after being
drained have been unsuccessful, tho
board does not consider It advisable
to expondXfurther money on the re
clamation of these lands until the ag
ricultural possibilities are better
known, In connection with the
marsh land subnrolect. renuest was
made by parties Interested, that tho
"The execution of. the relonso f.
the above described lands from tho
excess trust deed contract Is bxeby
approved hy nuthority of the Secre
tary of the Interior. Klanmth Falls
Ore.. April 11, 1912, (gj) V,
Patch. Project Engineer."
KOAD FROM ASHLAND TO
KLAMATH HEIXG FIXED,
Workmen are busily engaged in
gottlng tho road from Klamath Falls
to Ashland In condition for tho heavy
tourist travel that passes over It each
summer season, according to Tom
Dixon, county road superintendent.
Travel this summer Is excentionnl-
ly heavy, with many easterners mo
toring rrom their homes to Crater
Lake Complaints over the condition
of the road have been heard from
many sources, and especially on the
stretch leading for 15 miles or tnoro
from Ashland. Mr. Dixon hones 'to
have the road In good shaoe bv ear.
OF HISTORIC SPOTS
TO BE UNDERTAKEN
For the purpose of making a com
plete suney of the Lava Beds. Alice
Leslie Walker, of Athens. Greece,
accompanied by her companions will
leave tomorrow morning at 7 A. M.
Miss Walker co'nnected with the
American School ot Classical study
Captain O. C. Annleeate. who knntm
the country they are to explore from,
alpha to omega, will accompany tho
party and will begin his talk on tho
points of historic interest, and vnt.
canlc attractions as soon as thn ni.
U reacnes the top of GUlem's, Bluff.
This spot overlooks the area whero-
most of the fightlne rook- ninni t
the Modoc War,
Those who are Interested In tho
Investigations conducted by the par
ty are welcome to make the trip in
their machines, and enlov tho 1.
tures given by Captain Apple-rate.