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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, DECEMBER 31, 1908
WHERE IS VESTAL?
HOME III RN'ED.
24)0,000 LIVEN MINT.
J<ih«> Faught Ilan a Narrow E»<ap«- Great Eartli«|uak<' iN-vaMat*» South-
From < retimi Ion.
LEADING PAPER O|
HOI I HERN OKI (,<iV
INSPECTING THE LINE
Sunday morning about two o'clock
ROME, D«'c. 28. The three prov
th«* house and contents belonging to inces of CosetiM, Cafansaro and Reg first Train Over New Road On the Marsh
John II Fuught about three milea gio <!l Calabria, comprising the De
w«-st of Bouauza, near Alkali lake partment of Calabria, which form»
County of His Own Accord?
Ran to Holland Tuesday
In Yotina Valley, was burned. Mr. the southwestern extremity of Italy,
Faught waa all alone al the lime aa or the "to«- of the bool," were devas
bls «laughters were In Klamath Falls tated today by an earthquake. th«'
Judge Ihos. Drake Retained, It Is Said By Cattlemen, As visitlug. The night before he
fur r* a« liitig effects of which were Superintendent of Shasta Division Makes Inspection of Road
ashen from the stove
felt almoHt throughout the entire
Private Proset utor to Conduct the Case Against
Preparatory to Its Being Turned Over to the Oper-
.put them in a box which he set
country. Th«- town of Messina, in
of door*. It is supposed Hint
Hi« II), was parti) destroyed, an«J Cat
Charles Liskey and Alfred Wallis
ating Deparment About first of Year
'ashes contained some live coals. Dur alina was Inundated. In .Messina i
ing th«- evening In going outside be hundreds of houses have fallen and I
«tumbled over th«- box. He then pick- many persona have been killed.
Th«« Ar«t train arrived Tuesday
A flurry of excitement wa* caused
ISHIM XX TREATMENT.
•■«I It up and s«-t It against the house.
The following is a summary of the
at Holland, th* new terminus of the
Munday when Charle* Liakey »ml Al
About two o'clock in the morning main event, of the earthquake:
Wtilll* wore arrested <>n a charge of
S« liofleld and Son lx,<>t in W ixnl California
Estimated «lead I* a* high as 200,-
'•n he was awakened by th«- explosion
a »pe tal which brought
rattle aieallng. I.iskey wu* arre»t«-d
lof a number <>f cartrldg«-« an«l jump 000.
superintendent of tha
Twenty cities of Southern Italy and '
In this city ami Wallf* at hla ran« h.
Mrs. H«-I«'n Schofield and son. Ix-w- Snai.ta Division of the Southern Pa-
n«*ar Bonansa. Conm-«'t«*d with tbuii
¡«oiue clothes he lagan to remove the
Another shock Wednesday; little Is. of Ashland, had an experience effic, on a tour of inspection, Mr
*rr*'*t waa the atory to th* < ff« ct that publish« d euch month, In It* D«*<«'lll-
which they will not kwh forget and
, ber number gives th« following i<
io.r was accompanied by Mr. Morri
they were In aotm* manner counect«*d j port on the Klarnuth i*roj«'Ct which H«- su<<■« «-ded in removing a <|uantlty
Burning bodies In streets of Mes- one that may permanently injure the
the resident engineer from the
with th«* myaterlou* dlaappeurunc«' Ills states I«
health of Mr«. Schofield.
35 per cent completed of th« bedding, a s^'wlng machine, slna. All road« destroyed.
of Itoy Vestal.
-beadnnatters at Dunsmuir.
Mrs. Schofield 1« a sister of Eldon
Th* volcano on the island of Strom-
Th«' Ketio canal has been In us, ‘ bur<*au. and a few oth«*r piece«, be-
It Is l*«'llcv*'«l that Vestal has met for th* greater portion of November. !<!<•« Hom«' uf hi« daughters' clothes boli Is in eruption
Dennis, who Ilves on the Summers
The operation of the new road to
with foul play and there 1« also a
Hail storms sweeping over coun place. She and her little boy left Holland will be under the manage
<>n the South Branch «niial. schedule* ' Most <>( this was later daniuK'-d a*
strong belief that two man now <><••
I. 3 and 3 were 95 p«*r cent c«impl«*t ' it was left to«« close to the burning try, injuring unprotected on the Asblaml last Thursday for Klamath ment of the su)e-rlntendent of the
cup) Ing cells In the enmity Jail hnv<
County to spend Christmas with her
ed. and schedule* 4. 5, 6. 7, and s ¡ building
Shasta division, and Mr. Dyer was
aoniethlng to do with putting him
Over 6000 square miles of devas brother. They came by wagon and
thereof were so p«-r cent completed I Th«' store room was also burned
out of the way. Th«**** uo'ti are f'liu» at th«' close of the month The South containing about 1100 worth of pro- tated territory.
reached the DeCarlo place in the af yesterday making an Inspection of
Liakey ami Al Wallis There were Brunt h «anal flume anil lateral *)* v I h I oiis he had brought from the Falls
ternoon. Thinking that they could the road preparatory to Its being
arrested on a complaint charging
.. ¡get to •• Parker's before night they turned over to his supervision. It
irm were r**«pectively 71 nnd 61 per a «-ouple of «lay* before, and all of I’ONITIOX Mil GO To HAWLEY.
thelu with cuttie stealing
came on, but in the snow missed the
cent complet«*d. Work has been In Ills t**"d and grain which be Intended
is the intention of Mr. Dyer to give
was arrested in this city and a war-
progress during th«* month In op«*n- to how th«' coming spring, were do Oregoo < <iiigr<*.iiinii Likely Ui Su» ■- ! main road and turned off on the the people of the Klamath country
run I wa* served ou Wallis nt hi*
prairie road, it was dark before they
Ing up th«* outlet of Clear Lak*- and st ro) «■«!
c«-ed Jon«-* on River* un«i
ranch between Dairy am! B< bonanza
realized that they bad lost their way the best possible service, and on bis
After the Are was about over Mr.
the excavation thereof is about 75
The two inezi haw been plac«*«! In
but they kept going thinking that tour he gathered much valuable in
per cent compl«'te<! Work has been Faught went to Bonanza where he
separate cell* nnd neither has anv
would come to some place where formation which will better acquaint
contlnui'd on the opi-nlng of the out
knowledge of tho other's arr«*sl.
WASHINGTON. Dee. 29
When they might stop over night.
let of Till«- l.nk«- The telephone lln«* c lol h«-s were all destroyed except
him with the needs of this section.
The story of the dlsappcnrsnc«* of
They were finally stopped by a log
from Langeil Valle) to Clear Lake 1» what he hud on and those were bndl) , Speaker Cannon takes up the appor
While no further official orders
Vestal la to the effect that he left th«
burned whlh* removing the good« j tionment of committee places for the across the road. Mrs. Schofield got
Wullla plage, where h«* ha<! been
been received as to the time of
The limit of dlstunce to be regard from the burning building. He had ' 41st Congress, he will have to settle
working, on tho 22m! day of last
the service to Holland, it
ed as residence In the neighborhood
a three-cornered Aght that has de-
month with the Intention of going
road. She went to the door and is quite generally believed that the
[ ha* been fix«-«! ut 30 miles in order and those wer«- burned from his auk- | veloped over the vacancy that will be ¡the
‘k „nocked and it was opened by a man.
to his home In Eagle Point to sprmi
'to irermlt land owner* to reside In l«*s and hl* «tther garm«*nts were »o !
orders received from the operating
Thanksgiving ami that th«- la«*t seen
of She asked to be allowed to stay there
badly burned that it was n«xeasar)
| Klamath Falla.
department a few weeks ago will
of him he was going towards I.Ink« )'*
Chas. J. Fergu*on ba« been ap- to borrow sou««- clothes from friend» Washington, on the committee on all night, but the man refused. She
place that evening About two o'clock
| polnt«'d t« ini>oi ary esamini r for the before h<* was able to present him .rivers and harbors, when he moves, 1 was nearly overcome with the cold stand and that the change will.take
thu folowing morning aom«- on«* ram«
and begged for him to let her and place on January 1. The
self in public.
over to the Senate, Representatives l
to the Exchange Stables an«! wauled
the boy come in and get warm, but Ace has alre**dy m> de the
Mr. Faught ha« a )iou»c In Bonan-
Cusha.an and Humphrey, of Wa»h-iht>
to do that She even got
to put a horse In th«' barn Tit«* man
II« >ll*DOIN —IIRI ANT
arrangements a.id are now
In charge, who wa* In b«*d, told the
Ington, are both candidates, as is ¡ down on her knees in the snow and
Wm E Bowdoln and Eva H Brv-
sell tickets to Holland the first of
party that the barn was full without
*-------■* hltn - *not
—t to turn her away,
Hawley, of * Oregon,
«■xpeus«' and Inconvenience of build Representative
taking the trouble of getting up ant were united In marriage at 7 ing in th«* winter. There was no In I
_ .. ! I 'but
and ut tniR tiBe no one of them
The hors«* wna turn«*«! loose In the o'clock Sunday night at tb>* home of surance. Mr. Faught 1« a brother i
new schedule of passenger and
corral, without saddle or bridle, The the groom by Rev Geo. T. Pratt, of of Prof. W. E. Faught, of the High! »wm« to enjoy any marked advan
She went back to the wagon and freight rate» is not ready for p«ib-
tage over th«* others.
hor*«* is atlll at the stable and han the Presbyterian Church, Only the School of this city.
!tried to unhitch the horses. She re-
tmuxdlste relative* and friend* w> re
been Identified ns that of Vestal's.
In point of seniority of service, . turned to the cabin again and asked lication yet, but it Is stated that the
There waa a rumor some time ago p reseat.
Cushman and Humphrey out rank ; if they couldn't stay in the barn. rates will be somewhat of a reduc-
BEGINN CAMPAIGN FOR
Io th«* effect that V«*atal coofeeaed to ' Both of the contracting parti«*« are
NCALP BOUNTY STATUTE. Hawley, and Cushman outran«» Hum- This was refused and the woman was tion over the ones now being charg-
a rgneher near Dairy that he had . well known throughout the entire
told to get out of there. She then ed between here and Weed.
Wild animal«, cougars, panther*, ! phrey, but the place will not be dis
helped Liekey and Wallis drive the'<•?““’/ “ ,b’’> have been residents
went back and managed to get the
posed of under the seniority rule. As horses loose. Putting the little boy- CHARGED WITH SETTING
Rex iiord cattle from hl* tl*ld. at thej
•phi* ¡bride I* tb«' daughter of Mr and Mr*. are d«*strovlng the fast vanishfnr a matter of fact, any one of the three
time one ateer »»< stolen
on one of the horses she started to
KI-AMATH FAIREST FTRE.
was th«' reason given for the belief |<> A (Hearn*. pioneer residents of game of the »tale William K Me« 'constants is eligible, and the deci ¡return to DvCarlo’s, nearly five miles
sion will be made by Speaker Cannon back. They were both so exhausted
that th*' two men In jail had Milne- I
‘ began in the
thing to do with patting Vestal out i
that they could hardly cling to the
ath Republican and ha» since follow quate bounty on th«*««* animals for the vice of the aspiring members.
of the way
District Court Monday
horses, and the woman's hands and
The fact that Washington is now f«-et were nunib. They Anally reach- before Judge De Haven. Webb is
Ttier«' Is |M»s|tlvely no know ledge ed the printing huslne**, at present protection not only of the game, bli
of Vcslhl ■laving 1« ft this city, nnd conducting a printery on Fourth the livestock of the country. II«*. represented on th«' Senate committee ed the ranch late at night after trav
charged with the malicious setting
therefore, has prepar«*d a petition anti 1 'handling river and harbor bills may
his num«* I* not on the passenger list street.
eling through the heavy snow. Mrs. of a destructive Are in the Klamath
of the outgoing boat. Of course It
Schofield’s feet, legs and arms were
out over the state. The petitlou Is ‘Congressmen an«! in favor of Rep
I* admitted that If he bail any de
found to be frozen, and the DeCarlos ; Reserve which destroyed much val-
Announcement* have been received In th,* form of a, memorial to the l«*g- resentative Hawley.
The Oregon . worked with her all night. The next 1 liable timber in Northern California
aire to get away without It being
known, h<> could have done so. Ther«' by friend* In this city of the marriage Islatur«* asking that the bounties be member may also be aid«*d by the' day she was brought on to this city and Southern Oregon.
further fact that the Washington and is now stopping with her broth
Allegations made against Webb
Is very little chance of clearing up of Mis* Flora Marl« 4’ohland, of Ash- «•stabll»h«»d.
Th«* letter sets out to the people of men art* opposing each other and that
the mystery uiiles» tne body or where land. to Roy (I. Walker, of Klamath
er. Her feet and arms are badly are that he’set the Are because of
abouts of Vestal Is discovered or uti Fall«; which occurred In Ashland on th«* stat«* th«* reasons why the leglsla- ¡both, in times past, have lined up swollen and she still suffers from the enmity to the Government Forest
Friday, Dttcetuber 25. Mr. and Mrs. lure should be ask«*«l to enact such a against the Speaker and the Hotis
less some one tunkea a confession.
exposure. The DeCarlos knew the Service and to make easier the hunt
Arth tir Vestal a brother of the Walker nre rxpect«*d to arrive here law. It Is th«* purpose of Mr. Mealey organization.
mau from whom she sought shelter, ing of deer and other wild animals.
Cushman once made a famous but his name could not be learned
missing man, la
I* here from Engle
late th«* |>«'tltlons among their friends (speech in which he condemn**«! the
Point trying to find some trace of their home
here, or anything about him.
JAMES ANDREW DellAY.
The bride la th«' daughter of Mr. for signatures. These signatures are i Hous«* rules and grilh'd the House
hl* brother. He I* now at Dairy.
Andew DeHay died at 6
'leaders. Humphrev. on the other
The belief, however.thnt Vestal was
o'clock Sunday morning at his resi
killed lie* about been dispelled in of the popular .voting ladles of Ash the hop«* that it will take favorable I i bund, has been a most Insistent ad * BOSTON STOKE IN NEW IIO.'IE.
One of the first evidences of the dence in the Peltz flats, of tjphoid
vocate of a ship subsidy bill ever
tho minds of the officer* of th«* law. land. Mr. Walker is n native Klatn- action.
of a new era in the business fever. He wgs -15 years, 5 months
since he cant«* to Washington, and.
At least the belief I* not as strong
and 10 days of age.
In advocating that measure, went development of Klamath Falls is th«-
a* It was a few «lays ago. The search and Mrs Albert Walker, of Illy. He I Vs I I RN NT 111 LODGK
The deceased was a recent arrival
INSTALL OI ITCERS. contrary to the desires of the part) removal of the Boston Store Into its
will continue but It I* generally be
in this city, coming here with his
lieved that Vestal left the country for tho" past two years and occupies
Aloha Chapter No. 81, O. E. S .
a prominent place tn social and musi
Main and Third streets. It is lndlca- wife about Thanksgiving time. He
of his own accord.
a grand time Tuesday night at | are sure to be revived, for Speaker
of the rapid growth of this city has several grown children In Cali
¡Cannon is a ntan who never forgets.
Chas. Liskey, who wa* arrested
When tho past attitude of Cush-J as well as prophetic of what the fut fornia and one in Panama. Mrs. De
Charged w Illi cattle stealing, was re clerk under Clerk Chastain and Is
Hay will accompany the body to San
| man and Humphrey is considered and ure holds In store for Klamath Falls,
leased Tuesday on |250 ball which
Diego Wednesday morning where in
wa* fixeil by Judgo Miller. Attorney
will take place.
F. H. MUI h is representing Liskey th«* fifth member of tho Twenty-One within the last two years ami there mined the other shall not succeed did not confine himself to the pres-
and an effort whh niado today to
was a big attendance at the Installa- I ( Jones, It Is reasonable to presume
¡that Representative Hawley, hailing b«> met with in a city four or Ave
BODY SHIPPED TO CHINA.
havo a preliminary hearing as Liskey
tion. A banquet.was served after the I from Oregon, stands sonic chance of 'times the size of this one.
Is still In town and wishes to return Ill II.DING DELAYED
The transfer of the large stock of
to hiu ranch.
IIY I.I MIIEIt SHORTAGE. ceremony. Following aro the new I getting on the river and harbor com
George Pan left Wednesday for
A dcntnnd was made Wednesday
Contractors are complaining that officers: W. M., Mrs. A. L. Leavitt: mittee, particularly ns Oregon has dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes and San Francisco with the body of Jim
by Attorney Stone, of tho Ann of they cannot got lumber for the com A. M., Mrs. Frank Ward; W. Patron, been without representation on this 1 furnishings occurred between Satur
Yet, which was embalmed by Under
Htone & Benson, who havo been To pletion of tho buildings in the cours«* Frank E. Ankeny; Conductress, Mrs. committee since the death of Repre day night nnd Monday morning, when
Whitlock. At San Francisco
tal nod by Al Wallis, for bail. The of construction and for the com Fred Snnderson; A. Cond., Mrs. F. sentative Tongue, Ills chance, if the doors wore openeil to the public
containing the body will
Judge set tho ball at |500 last even- mencement of other structures. With Ankeny; Warden, Mrs. Ernest Soule; not better than that of the Washing
four sawmills tributary to tills city Sentinel, Frank Ward; Ada, Mrs. W. ton men, is at least equally as good. 'half years since Mr. Jacobs began be placed on board ship and taken
business In this city, and every month to China. It will cost quite a sum
Prosecuting Attorney Kuykendall and with an almost Inexhaustible sup J. Brennan; Ruth, Mrs. E. B. Henry;
since that time has seen a steady
has not returned from Eugene, and ply of timber this seems to be anoth Esther, Miss Anna Applegate; Elec
to take body across the ocean but the
Judgo Miller is awaiting tho action er case of the shoemaker's children tor, Jennie E. Hurn; See’y, Lulu
Th«* White Stnr Basket Ball team growth in both the size of bls stock
friends of the deceased say
of Judge Thos. Drake, who it I* being forced to go barefooted.
Straw; Treaa., Mrs. R. A. Alford; hereby challenges the Arst High
Is plenty of money to pay
asserted has boon retained a* private
There Is n shortag«* in all kinds of Chaplain, Frances E. Boyd.
School team to a game cf basket bail
prosecutor by the cattleman to pros building lumber, but more especially
on or after January 1, 1909. Fiiuo ! larger quarters, where no expense the expense.
ecute tho ease ngnlnst Liskey and In Anishin# material. Contractors
MARRIAGE Lit ENSES.
and place to be arranged by represen ¡has been spared in the preparation to
meet the needs of the public, It is
Mr. and Mrs. Burnham came up
state that unless the local millmen
Marriage licenses were Issued Sat- tatives of the two teams.
certain that the samo increase will to the Falls from their ranch below
get. busy most of th«* better him bet urduy to Hie following: Q. A. Flem
Claronce Rnyder and wife arrived to bo used next year will hnve to be ing and Mr*. S, N. Cannon: Wm. E.
Merrill on Thursday to spend the
Manager White Stari continue.
Xmas evening from Salem,en routo to Imported.
Hcl’days with their daughters, Mis
Bowdoln and Eva S Bryant; Edson
Lakeview on a visit with Mr. Sny
Allotlng Agent H F. White aml ses Minnie and Lena, who are living
J. Nash and Hattie E. Newman. Mon
E. R. Ramsby and wife and Henry
der's parents. Mrs. Snyder is a sis
E. K. Loos ley, of Reswlck, Is stop day John a Koontz and Ida E.Gree- Anderson and wife came up front wife were in the city front Klamath at the family home on Main street
ter of Dr. Hamilton of this city.
and attending High School.
| Agency for a few days this week.
ping at the Lakeside Inn.
ly obtained a marriage license.
Merrill Sundny evening.
Was He Murdered Or Did He Leave This