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About The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 6, 1941)
THE NEWS AND THE HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
Arthur James, On
. Of Nation's Richest
j Industrialists, Dies
NEW VOnK. June S (P) Ar
thur Curtis Jumps, whoso busi
ness win In truliis and whoig
plriwuru was In yachts, died lust
nlKht, uno of the notion's wrnl
thlrnt but lrnt known Indus
I'liruinnnlii won week Inni!
slmo with the 74 ycHr-ld rail
mod hiillclrr at llrirkucM pavl-
llun. HIi denth followed by 20
clays that of his wife, tho former
Harriet Eddy 'arsons.
Drspito his flnnnclul, philan
thropic, soclnl and yachting ac
tivities, (he rail Titwi's quiet un
ohtrunivrncKS krit him almost
completely out of tho public rye.
and he was better known as a
yachtsman than a capitalist.
James' great wealth at one
time estimated at $390,000,000
in 40,000 miles or about a sev
enth of the country'! total rail
rood mileaiio stemmed from
inherited copper, silver and gold
mines and rail securities.
The grandson of Daniel James,
founder of what is now the
Phelps-Dodge mining empire,
ond son of U. Willis James, who
helped develop Northwestern
railroads, concentrated both for
tunes chiefly in rail Investment.
James' philanthropies ran Into
the donation of millions to edu
cational and cultural Institu
tions, hospitals and children's
causes. He was childless.
Read the Classified Page.
Busy This Month
The month of June will be
an exceptionally busy one for
Klamath lodge No. 77, A. F. &
A. M. Five meetings are sched
uled, the first to be held Friday
evening at which time ' the
Master Mason degree will be
conferred. An Americanization
program has been arranged for
I in Hireling oi iiune v ana on
'June 28 a visit from Provident
lodge, No. 609, A. F. Ic A. M. of
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