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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 22, 1909
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l>\ TO« It Of I.NNPKt TION,
XX HO STOLE HIE BoDl ?
DOI S IT .BntAN BIG COMBINE?
t'ltXTEft f.Alii; it«)AD «'ASF
LEADING I'APER OF
SO UT HERN OREGON.
TAKES HANI) IN TARIFF.
Fix« Million Dollar« for It»«» Iiuir« M»»« klii.lil' tM iii l,»Hiil < ur|M»rniIon» Aly »teriou» Outcome of t'orotK-r Lumber liaron« Are to G»-t Together lh<- Deluy Means That No Constrn«-
Pre«id< nt Taft Telia < ongn-SHmen
llon.l—Muy II«' lu O|M'mtl<ni In
laaik Over l*r»»|M-rty—Are
XX liltlo« k'» Trip to Klamath
Hon XX ill Be Done on the High
ami Erect .Mammoth I'lant Near
the hcli«*dulc Must List Raw
Illg l.unilM-r Baron«.
Marsli for Dcati .Man.
way This Year.
Thi» City, Huy« Humor.
It A Long, president of th»- la»ng-
Owing to the great rush of business
t'oron»-r E. XX'hlibx k returned Hun-
TImugti i-inpliatl» ally denied by
Within thu null uighto«>u mouth«
WASHINGTON, July 17. —All
16,000,000 will havo bo»u • ii>>'n<i«<l Bell Lumber company of Kansas <11»y night from Ft. Klamath, where Mr. Wendling, there Is a persistent now before the Supreme Court and doubt as to where President Taft
lu conatructlon of the Inwhui«-» 'tty, Mo , accompanied by a party tie went In response to a phone mes- rumor to th«» effect that the visit of the fact that several of the members stands with regard to the downward
C. Jackson. Mr. Long and his party has to du of the court are soon to go on their revision of the tariff was swept away
branch of thu Harriman s > h I oiii and consisting of Mrs, ft. A. Long. Miss sagu received from
truiua will bo tapping thu rl> h coun Lulu built, C. Il Hwi-i-t, vice-presi Justice of the peace at Ft. Klamath, with more than a mere Inspection of luninuT vacation, the Crater Lake to-day when a statement was given
try bordering on th« high canyon, dent of th»' Long li«-|| l,umber com stating that a dead man had been the properties in which he is so heav road case will not be tried in that out at the White House setting forth
giving thu Illi«» an easy water grad»* pany, and wife, H. O. Johnson of the found by Tom Bentley In a lonely ily Interested. The first Is to the court until October. An endeavor in detail what the President had to
from thu rich op«*n country In thu vl Mct’louil Lumber company, W. 8 cabin In tlm great Klamath marsh effect that there is to be a great com was to have been made to have the say to twenty-three Republican mem
bine of the lumber lnter»»st» in this
bers of Congress who called to pro
clnlty of Redmond, terminus of th»
This combination will in owing to the fact that the season for test against putting raw materials
proponed line, until further oxtenaloii I of Huii Francisco, <lli>-< tors and stock- Klumath. Jl>- reports his efforts county
hohb-ra of the We»'»l Luml»«*r com- won- unavailing, as no body could b<- clude the holdings of XX'eyerbauser, work upon the road this year would on the free list.
la duomud advisable.
The President, in this statement,
Thu Interior Department haa now ■ pany; XX F. Itl»b-r of th«* lx»ng-Bell found, but states there are very sus- Booth-Kelly, Long, Shevilin and oth have parsed before the case could
dun»’ everything In Ila power to mnk> i Lumber company, <«. X. Wendling, l»l< Ions clrciimstanc«*s connected with ers of the larger holders. With this have been gotten through the court, declared that the Republican party
poaalblu thu building of thu road and ' pr» »Id. nt of th«- XX'e.-d Lumber cotn- the <aso that will call for an Investi combination completed, there is to the matter will be allowed to take its was committed to a downward re
vision; that he never had any other
thu qiiv*tlon of permanent right »»! pany and vic« president of the Hot gation Tom Bentley, the man who I»«- er»*» t'-»l on the Upper l-ake one of own course in October.
The Supreme Court at the present idea of the Chicago platform, and
way will b< Buttled for good If n< Bprlngs and Kliimuth Imvelopment reported to the justice of the p«iac<- the largest lumber mills in the
protests aru hlud within thirty day* . company, and E. 8 Moullfn, presl- ih< llmllng of the body, and who wa« world It will be ou property owned time has twelve murder cases [»ending that he personally has promised a
General Manage. O'Brien f«-» !» mat l lent First National Hank of River* i to have met the Coroner at Ft. Klam at pr< b>-nt by one of the members of on appeal before It. These take pre downward revision to the people.
, 'lil'-. Fill , arrived Sunday evening In ath and conduct him to the cabin the proposed combine, and there will cedence over other cases, and in the
This statement is interpreted in
lnfl»<d that th» l><' M hutea Irrlgatiot
Ur fxmg’u private »ar '.In- "Kymo- when» the body was, disappear'd Fri be established a model city on the near future the justices will begin to some quarters here to-night as a di
and Power company will not d» la
a." of the Ixiulslana nnd Pacific day night, the same evening the Cor lines of Gary, Ind., which was so suc lake their summer vacations. So the rect notification to the conferees on
construction of thu railroad, as I
nllroad, which In own«*»! umi opnr- ti in r arrived at the Fort, and noth cessfully founded by the United attorneys decided that they might the tariff bill that, if the measure
will la> of great advantage to It
just as well await such time sb the they finally agree upon does not con
»»I bv Mr. laing Mr Long Is con- ing has been heard or seen of him Stat»** Steel company.
land», and intlmat»*d having aaaui
iii<-re<l the lurgest lumber manu- sln«u.
case shall regularly come before the stitute a material reduction in spe
aucoa that the Irrigation compun) I
»» tiii'i In th« world, th»> joint out-
The story told by Bentley to Jus- Is attributed to the forthcoming con court.
cific duties, the President will exer
Very friendly toward thu proj.it
More time will not be devoted to cise his power of veto. Dictated in
ut of I is mill» an^untlng to about .lc- of the Peace Miller was to the ef- flict between Hill and Harriman an»1
"Through Twohy Brother a. con
: «• million feet a day, «nd this 1« the f«ct that while he was riding fur cat- the prospective entrance of t.he for the brief, which will be filed during the third person, the statement con
tractor«, the company will put «•*»•»
| rat vldt he has over made to this le In lite marsh for Dan Gordon he mer into this city, it Is a well known the month of August. Judges Cotton cludes with this final word of the
man to work that can be employ»--
ctlon. where h« has extensive hoid- atm* upon a lonely cabin and, peek fact that Hill and the XVeyerhauser and Fenton, who have offered to as President’s attitude as outlined to
to advantage aa aoon aa we a»-» <n
' gn in th«» Wwd Lumber company, ing through u hole, he saw the body interests are closely identified, and sist in preparing the brief, and as his callers:
aaauranco that the project will n<
■t Springs Improvement company »f a man lying there with his bead If It were Hill's Intention to enter soon as they And time to get at work
“He felt strongly the call of the
be held up," »aid Mr. O'Brien, "am
id Klamath Dev»-l»>ptn<-nt company, resting on a pole, describing the this field It is quite certain that his on the matter Clarence R<sames will country for a downward revision
trains should bo running betw»-»-
i * havo also most of the members of abln very minutely; which informa- confrer«* would have amide notice of go to Portland and attend to it.
within the limits of the protective
Deschutes on the Columbia to ><e»l
>>' part) accompanying Mr. lamg.
ion ¡«0 kept to himself for a week that fact.
principles and be hoped to be able
mond, about flfi«*«<n miles frot.
Aft«’r a drive around the city next M-fore divulging It, stating that he
XX'hen this matter was presented to
to respond to that call as he heard
J. J. DANIEIA DIES.
Prineville, at the cud of clghteei
turning and through th«* Hot voulii not tell anybody because he Mr. XX'endling he laughed and said
it, as well in the Interests of the par
month«. Several hundml mon ar<
prings tract, th«> purty left on thelt was afraid it would make him trou that It was news to him; that he was
AUBURN, Cal., July 15.—J. J. ty as of the country.”
now at work on the flrat section o
preparing for no combine, and that Daniels, an aged and well-known res
Mr. and Mrs. A H ble
The President’s statement created
forty uillcs, and more will be add',
nftxgzer left with the party.
Bentley was in Fort Klamath up j Mr. Ix»ng and his party came here ident of the X'irginia Town District, a sensation to-night among senators
o '.» o'clock last Friday evening, at only for the purpoce of looking over three m:l*s from Lincoln, br«»athed and representatives. Senator Aid
As yet Mr. O'Brien has rvcetv»«
time b<- disapp»-ar«*d. He »«old i property in which he has b«»en In hi.« la^t on Tuesday afternoon at the rich made no direct comment upon
Ill«, l.l Mlll.lt ORDER.
no o|fle|al notice from th« D<*»ch»it.*
his outfit, which was worth $15, to terested for some time and which home of his son, Joseph Daniels. The it. but said the conferees had decided
Irrigation and Power company, waiv
Judglrg from r»-»-'-nt Eastern re- Winter Knight f»»r >2 before he left. ' they have been endeavoring to have deceased was ag»»d about 84 years, to let Mr. Taft deal with schedules
Ing Ila right to protest, but when h<
Saturday morning Coroner XVhlt- him Inspect for the past four years. and had be n ill for a long time, so tpon which they could not agree, it
i -Orts of market conditions every oth-
d<M»a, as It haa been announced wll
"The only enterprise that I know that his demise was not unexpected. being up to the President to secure
k sectrr»-d the servlo-s of another
r line has Improved more rapidly
be done, the number of men cm
■ han the lumber business. Now ■itlsen and started for the cabin, will b<* improved is the property of The deceased is survived by his wife the votes necessary to pass the meas
ployed on thu grade will be Im reused
lowever, this Industry, the first to which Is sltuat«*d about five miles off the H»»t Springs and Klamath Devel and several children. For a num- ure in the form in which it would be
to the limit.
eel a dcpresalon anil the last to re 'he road. nn»l with no trail to it. On opment companies. The work that ber of yars back the deceased was reported out of conference as a re
"Fur a dlatance of eighty mil«"
ive. la being quickened to a marked the way out, where there was no has tieen started on these will be car- emp.uyed by the water company, at sit of his* n’t-lfatlon between the
the road will run through n verj
i»-gr»-«'. and well-lnform«»d lumber- roa»i <>r trail, they dl«cover«*d a fr«*sh , ried to completion. As to this fan tending to business in that line, but house and the senate conferees.
deep canyon and construction work
for quite a while had led a retired
•non confldently predict an Imme wagon track, going out towards the tastic tale, 1 know nothing."
there will be difficult b«-causc of th»
life. The funeral was held to-day.
tint»' Improvement In the demand
lnacc»*aaiblllty of the land, but the re
abln. th«* description of which fitted is more to It than Mr. XX'endling Rev. XX'. A. Cash of St. Luke's Epis
iml a decided lncr<-as«* in price.
malndcr of the 170-mlle dlatanc»
xactly the one given by Bentley, cares to admit. It is not likely that copal church of Auburn officiating.—
will offer no obstacles," Mr. O’Brien
The Falls visitors from Plevna and
■ven to the hole he look»'d through work will be commenced this w<jek, Sacramento Bee.
Saturday were: G. G. Kerns,
Conclusive evidence of this long- »nd the pole on which he said the but that time is not far distant when,
Frank Daniels, foreman of one of
Thu steel rails and other »true : ook«'<l fur improvement in In th» head of the body rested, they entered added to Mr. Ixmg's producing mills, I the large ranch«?s in the vicinity of G. Byers, G. F. Sevits and sons, C. B.
tural material for the 130 mil»-« of »and» of tho Booth-Kelly J.umber «nd found nothing to Indicate that a will be one the production of which Bonanzn, is a son of the deceased.
Faulkner, A. M. Sutton, Mr. Alford
the road havo been ordered nnd 1» -ompuny of Eugene In the shape of li'ath had occurred there or that al will equal the combined output of all
and son. Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Foster
now In stock. The rails for the first >rdor« from eastern »ar-bulldlt.g crim«' had been committed. There his other properties. And it will be
and son. Steve, Mr. Will Brown and
fifty miles of th« roail havo airend) ompanl»-'» for mala rial for over four Is other information in connection located not far from Klamath Falls. TO I’HOTOGKAl’H CKATEK LAKE. Mrs. Brentner.
been shipped from Omaha, am! ar<
G. F. Sevits hauled a load of hay
hoti- and cars, aggregating «750,000, with this matter not obtainable at
C. R. Miller, the well known pho
MASON GETS BIG CONTRACT.
on their way to Or«gon. No speclfli which uio shortly to be built in St. I»r» ••nt which the officers are Inves
to Mr. Stearns of the Falls Saturday.
tographer of McCloud, left XVednes-
iluto for the delivery of thu steel 1« Louis, Chicago nnd McKee Kocks, tigating.
Clifford Sevits spent Sunday at the
day for Crater Lake and the upper
' specified, but It will move forward Penn., for tho Harriman lln«Mt.
home of Mr. Foster and family of
country for the purpose of making a
OfM'rations—XVill TXike Four
just a« rapidly ns it can be handled
This order is tho largest single or-
series of photographs for the South
Months to Complete.
George Heavilin was in Plevna on
by th« available equipment.
l»-r for car material ever plac»>«t with
XX’. H. Mason left this morning ern Pacific Railway company. These business Sunday.
The structural material for the en »n • company In Oregon, nnd Is so
photographs will be used in the forth
Mr. and Mis. Will Brown and
tire road will nil be furnished by the *arg<- that it ennnot be tilled by on«* N«*w Proprietor Tak«*s P omh ' sm I oii To for San Francisco, where he goes on
campaign that is to be in
business connected with the large
day and ('lose« for Inventory.
family spent Sunday with Mr. and
Harriman people, particularly th» mill, and consequently will be dl-
contract be has in I-ake county. This augurated next year. It is the inten Mrs. Foster and family.
steel, as It la made according to sp«*- .litiil with the mills In Portland, As
tion of the railroad company to her
R. A. Alford purchased a hayrake
O. M. Hector of Sacramento has contract in.ludes the construction of
clal specifications. The fifty miles toria, In tho XX'lllamctte valley and
the beauties of Crater Lake
of the Baldwin hardware store in
of steel now on Its way to Oregon ■m the O. R. and N„ all the mills purchased the Boston Store from L. about ten miles o fthe main canal of
throughout the world, and knows of
the Falls Saturday.
consists entirely of 75-pound rails, vorklng on the order being members Jacobs and took possession this the big irrigating system that the
no better agency to use in this work
Joe Foster started for his ranch
and amount« Io nearly 7,500 tons, >f th«- Oregon nnd XX’ashlngton Lum morning. To-morrow the store will
than the splendid photographs made
Monday, where he expects to work.
be closed to permit of the inventory construct under its agreement with
between 350 and 100 carloads.
ber Manufacturers* association.
by Mr. Miller. In addition to this
G. Byers made a trip to A. M. Sut
It la the announced Intention to I»"- RAPID Tlt.XXHIT PROMISED SOON. being taken. Mr. Hector has been the homeseekers to whom it has sold '
work, Mr. Miller will take many
ton’s ranch Tuesday.
with Nathan & Co. for over nine
gin th»- laying of the st»'«l from the
views in and about this city.
Mr. Adams, the street car man of
tnouth of the Deschutes livi-r. The New llali» XX'ill Ik* Isihl ami Electric years and Hale of the same city for secured by Mr. Mason is somewhat
Klamath Falls, was in Plevna Tues
twelve years. He bhw the future of
dat« whi'n th»< first rails can b«» laid
TUESDAY'S TRAP SCORE.
day, but not having his car along,
Klamath Falls and entered Into ne project. He was one of the few con
Is, however, uncertain, as It all de
we don't know what his business
pends on the progress made by th«-
From present Indications it will
purchase of his business. The sale work here, and it is safe to say he at the Crater Lake Gun Club’s was.
grading crews now In the field.
not I»«' very long before the old horse
Mr. Alford and son, Lloyd, are
was consummated some weeks ago, will be equally successful over in grounds Tuesday afternoon was well
"That Is the only practicable way
car will be a thing of the past ami
of going at It,” commented Mr. our city will boast of an electric line but public announcement was de Lake county.
The system on which he is working attended and Mr. Poulson surprised
A. Bientner was working in his
ferred until Mr. Hector could come
O'Brien to-day. "Wo will work right
the spectators with his work. A num
¡second to none In th«' Stnte. Messrs.
and take possession. He Is a young is constructed with a view of bringing ber of the local sports were on hand timber Friday.
up the canyon from the mouth of the
Itiown ami Hawkins are In the city,
Mr. Karecow and son, Alexander,
man of energy and experience, and under irrigation some 75,000 acres I and tried their skill also. The scores
rlvnr and continue to handle the ma
and with their coming the story of
assisted Faulkner Bros, in haying
terial and equipment over the new | Improvement began. XX’lien seen to will be a welcome addition to the of land. It will require the construc made are as follows:
tion of an immense dam and the cre
business community of the city.
Seventy-five Birds—H. E. Poulson. last week.
day they declined to make any state
of a storage reservoir of suf
It is a well known fact that Mr.
It is a source of deep gratification
73; G. M. Bordeaux, 54; Guy Child
ment for publication, preferring to
Jacobs has long desired to get out of ficient capacity to hold water enough ers, 58; E. XX'. Muller, 42; A. C.
to Mr. O'Brien that the approval of
wait until their plans are fully ma
the mercantile business. He Is Iden
the maps for the entire project has
Eade, 41; E. Whitlock, 37; R. R.
tified with many other interests, and
Anally been accomplished. So far as
It Is understood that the company
The following is the trap score
it Is his desire to be free to give them to be irrigated is in the vicinity of
th« government Is concerned, It has
Fifty Birds—F. E. Ankeny, 26; Ed made at the shooting grounds of the
¡»'ontcmplatea removing all of the
closer personal supervision. He has
nothing more to do with tho project,
steel now in use nnd replacing them
Crater Lake Gun Club Sunday aft
In course of preparation plans for a ature of the company is the very best
and the way Is clear for tho Harri
Twenty-five Birds—J. XV. Kilton, ernoon. Hoey and Childers still con
with standard street car rails, con
new building at th«' corner of Sixth
man people to begin clearing up such
nected up for electricity, it has not
Forty head of horses will leave*' 19: C. I. Roberts, 14; A. D. Miller, tinue to keep up their high record,
obstacles as conflicting locations fill'd
and Main streets, and as soon as the
been definitely decided whether a
while Jacobson and Clark are close
details of transfer between himself Merrill this morning for Lakeview,1
on by rival roads or privato power
gasoline car will be placed In use at
[this time or whether electricity will
tract, and it is to purchase harness HARRIMAN SETS PACE
H. P. Hoey, 22; Guy Childers, 22;
push the work on this structure.
be tim'd as motive power. Under the
AT AN AUSTRIAN SPA. Ed Jacobson, 21; W. H. Clark, 21;
OLD MIHHOl KI STATE HOAD.
Aa a means of Introducing himself and other supplies for these that he
provisions of th»' franchise either may
Frank Ankeny, 18; W. P. McCullen,
tc/the purchasing public of the coun
BADGASTEIN. Austria, July 20.—
One of th»- oldest landmarks In.thls be used.
ty, Mr. Hector proposes to start busi force of men commenced work Mon E. H. Harriman, the American rail 18; C. E. Robson, 17; George Greg
The d» velopment of property In the
purl of Mls^mrl Is tho old Blooming
ness with a clearance sale. This will day, and this will be greatly increase»! road magnate, has awakened thlB ory, 17; L. Hampton, 17; A. C. Eads,
of the Upper Lak»> and the
ton road, also known as the old State
be inaugurated next Saturday, an»l as soon as the horses arrive. Mr.!
road. This road began in tho eastern rapidly increasing passenger traffic ho states that it will be long remem Mason expects to complete his con quiet Austrian spa. The spirit of ac
tivity of the millionaire has thorough
part of North Missouri, running west warrants the company in making the bered for the bargains that the pub- tract the latter part of November.
MRS. MARK L. BURNS.
ly impressed the people at the hotel
through Bloomington. It didn’t run
lls will be offered.
The Portland Automobile Club has and baths that for the first time the
on section Ums as the roads now run. Its property In an up-to-date condi
Mrs. Mark L. Burns died at her
just placed orders for 450 road place is full of life. The hotel em
but ran as the crow flies. Tho high tion. it 1» a well known fact that
home in Dorris at 3:15 a. m. yester
way was tho main thoroughfare
day, death being due to a complica
through North Missouri long before Increase»! business, an»t wll) nlso have a topic discussed with much interest place within four weeks. XX'hen they record time, while the guests-are all
of diseases. Mrs. Burns was for
nnd after th«« Hannibal and St. Joseph a tendency to cr»'ate a market for hy the Oregon Stale beam of health are put up the main arteries leading
merly a resident of this city and has
railroad was built, and has a history
many friends here to mourn her loss.
not wall known to the younger gen It has been the history of all such en was agreed that modern methods of equipped with the finest set of sign popular man at the watering-place.
leaves a numbr.* of small chil
eration. Over this old-time highway terprises that tho growth of commun lighting an»l heating should be boards of any State in the Union, ex
who will ml.»« the guiding
the early gold seekers traveled In ox itlee whore suburban linos hav«? been
hand of an estimable mother. Ar
wagons with their little earthly be
rangements for the funeral have not
longings. going Io California or Oro- It is reasonable to expect the same re be paid to having the most modern eral use in Europe, based on the hotel are working night and day on
been fully completed.
appliances put in.
gon.- Brooklyn (larette.