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KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY. OREGON, SEPTEMBER 2, 190?
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MFI. LAL Mi E'l I MJ OF
I.AMHiH XEItH CALLED
LEADING PAPEH OP
SOL THKRN OREGON.
BA J, LIN (.ER NOT COMING
Ulietber He Will Retarli West and
The lllforuuitioii < uum ' m I n won tell A Feasible Line on Every tirade and
Meeting of Menale Irrigation Commit
latter Visit G m * Klamath Project
< urvnture t un 11« laicatcd Along
Activity Aiming Houthern Pn<tlb-
tee and Water I'orrs’ X»»« h talion
At H lili li tlic Question of Im reuning
M«ttl<-m<-iit of R4-««-iv«-r»bi|»—
I» Unknown Now.
the Klnnuiili Hi Ver.
Develop» Warm Argument
New Honda D ì «|M,< m <1 I ft.
Capital Stock of A«»o< iatiou
Will lie DI m U mw >«I.
There is trouble among the "big
A geiitlemun who hus had a lai g«
"Jim“ 11 ill s aurvoyors are bead<wt
Extension of the Pacific & Eastern
R«Ki»rding the recent meeting be-
” of the government, and as a
Itween the »«mate Irrigation commit railroad to the timber belt, the final
for Klamath Full». Thai 1» the word experience In rullioad mutter», and
A special meeting of the directors
tiiut Im» ranched till» <lty u»<i it 1» who 1» well posted on II « present out
Secretary Ballinger will not
winding un and adjudication of Its
of the Water User»' association was tee and the Water U»era' aaaociallon indebtedness as well as the involved vUlt thia project at leaat, not for
thia information tliui hna thrown con
look for further railroad building
aternutlon Into th«’ ranks of the local
hold In this city Wednesday aftei iof the Sunnyside district, »h«* follow- finances of the defunct Medford & the present. Thia change of program
this country, commenting upon
•nglm'er» of the Houthern Pacific rap
noon and evening, at which It was de Ing inti-restlng account come-, to u» Crater Lake railroad was assured has been caused by bla hurried de
reaentatlvea here. Already u crew of the article In yesterday*» ilerald u > to
Tuesday morning, when John itobcrtM
'via the exchange route'
parture from Seattle for Washington.
■ urveyoi» arc headed tor the north th« coming of Hill's engineer» Into cided to «all a »pedal meeting of the
The senate irrigation commlttei Allen of New York, ownet of the Pa-
stockholders of th« association for
ern end of the count) for the purpoac this section, stated
cifl<- 4« Eastern, paid to Receiver J. F. It la presumed that his sudden deci
Saturday in the Sunnyside dlsti let of
of heading off th« Hill men. Thia fuel
ile-Jdy ot the Medford & Crater Lake sion to return to the national capital
* I have been looking for just Rome October 2 2d.
la denied by Engineer» Hoey and
This will be th« most Important the Lower Yakima valley, guioi» over railroad »77,425 for »100,000 worth I.as been due to the controversy rag
Church, but the Information cornea such news a > contained In yesterday'» meeting of ti« association »In«« the the government project» In compuny' of Pacific 4c Eastern bcmd», which
ing between I is department and Chief
paper for some time, and tills verifies |
from tollable »«mice».
witb Secretary Ballinger, who joined were turned over to Receiver Reddy
Forester Plnchot, although this fact
Five day» ago The Herald wn» In th« statement mad« by Colonel Hula time th« stockholders voted on the
It them there. With the aenatora was J gon Trust & Savings bank in ex is denied by the secretary. The dls-
receipt of confid.'Wtlal Information bitd some Um« since that 'railroads | contract with th« government.
to l he effect that 11 III urv« ' ora would
will be lit this meeting that the ques also a < itlzens' committee from North change for »81.500 certificate» of de patch announcing his return to
this« days ar« built on the lln« of
»tart south from Ib-inl thia morning
tion of Increasing the capital stock Yakima, representing the city and posit on the defunct bank. The cer- Washington is as follows:
A party I um already gon« ahead for leitsl resistance,' unit u glance at the
will he considered and a vute taken commercial < lub, and at the clone cf : tificates of deposit represented the
Secretary of the Interior Richard
the pill !«>«<• of I «<'Onnolt«rlUK. the map of Oregon and California will
tin- dti) Hi*-, accompanied tbe sol >ns proceeds of th«- »ale of the Medford &
main force to follow In a few day*. show that a line from Bend down on the question of whether tin- condi
i Crater I-ake railroad to George Estes A. Ballinger hurriedly left Seattle for
Thia crew 1» to be under th« pentotml through lid.« country will fulfill that tions laid down by the government
an«l as«o< fates of Portland. The nego Washington Tuesday night. Before
Sunday the »euators visited the
supervision of the clilgf engineer of requirement to th« letter
tiations were completed by Mr. Allen, leaving he said:
It would ,
Tieton project, and returned to North Receiver Reddy and bis attorney, A.
the Hill company and the work wa»
“Departmental affairs have made it
to be ru»h«d with nil poaalbl« »peed not surprise m«» In the l«a»t to »<*«
attendance of th« members of the as Yakima In the evening and were en- 1 E. Rwames, and Attorneys Franklin necessary for me to change my plans
Absolut« secrecy wua to I«' main
tertaiued at a smoker by the commer-| Griffith and S. B. Llthicuni of Port
talm <1 until th« survey hud b«en tun side of Upper Ink«, being thereby «n- | sociation 1» imperative. In consider
land. who represented Receiver Dev and go at once to Washington.”
ia) club before they left for the coast.
lin. before Judge H. K. Hanna at
ubled to tap th« Immense body of tim ing the ai l Ion taken, each Individual
Secretary Ballinger was seen at the
At Sunnyside tbe committee, with Jacksonville.
Someone talked, however, and the ber there, a great d«nl of which be should ail for himself. lie »hould
railrodd station by a representative of
llarilman people were apprlsel of the
The German-American bank, which
consider the mailer dispassionately Secretary Ballinger, was present at a
contemplated move Order» wet« h
had assumed the assets and liabilities the Ass«jciat<-d Press. He said that
and vote according to his own judg meeting of the Sunnyside Water
he had not been called east by the
ailed to pluc« men In the field nt once company.
■ L'jers association, at which Walter of the Oregon Trust, arid Receiver
"ft Is common knowledge that ment. and not I m - led for or against
and I«» prepat «-<1 to cover the track»
¡Devlin agreed before Mr. Allen pur- president.
Gram r, manager of the Sunnyside
of th. Illll nun Till» him been don«, James .1. Illll and Mr. Woyerhausor it by th« arguments of someone else.
; chased the Pacific St Eastern stock, to
“Emergency matters have arisen in
was charged with favoritism, surrendei the old Pacific A Eastern
and no Hurprlr" need be manifeated if an- acting tn «oncert on several large
The proposition to be considered Is
department which make It neces
• m ismanagement, incompetency and bonds they held and accept in lieu,
the announcement 1» made that work
ventures. It would be it very easy I whether the association shall In-
ha» been commenced In certain of the
by the trustees of the a»s<j* thereof n-w bonds. This agreement sary to lay aside my plans and return
Icrease Ils capital stock from »2,000,- dlalioii
| matter for Mr Hill to locate a line
atrateglc point» north of Odell.
TMatlon. Senator Carter presided at 'they repudiated as soon as Mr. Allen to Washington,” said the secretary.
Thor« la no certainty that Illll 1» on the western side of th« lake, for >><to to $6,000,000. This makes the ¡the meeting.
made his purchase, and then repudl-i
“My trip has no special signifi-
coming Into this city from the mirth. ho hu» atnpl« data to work from In par value 130 a share, which is what
1 ated the certificate» of deposit held by
is not the result,of a mes-
The lie was passed between F. H. ' Receiver Reddy, forcing him to bring
11« may poanlbly come In from the 11:« »1 ai ' of field i.oIid t I k - W«' ei th:- project is to cost the landowners.
president. I have prac-
i Newell, director of tbe reclamation I suit to establish their validity and de- ¡•age
Tlic survey now under way la
¡hanger Timber company, which »bow On this question every acre slgu«-d up
my inspection of the
to aaiertain If a better route can be
I round an accounting. Since then they
to the government «an be voted, so 'service, and ti.<- Sunnyside canal trus
and can lay aside
aecuri I through th <>d«ll country
tees. Newell denied that the charges agreed to surrender the bonds In ex-
, ¡change for the certificates of deposit my plans without difficulty. I have
than I' ii . already been surveyed from grad« in all of their vast holdings. tl at t those owning over 160 acres will
against Granger had ever been made i
Mr. Allen made two propositions, been away from Washington
Itcnd and running between East Ikk« A n to an outlet for th« Illll road, I m - entitled to vote his excess hold
Ito him. whil the trustees maintained
the first to purchase the certificates
and th« Paulin«- mountain».
should It come down on t) •- western ings.
The route that the Illll men will
The d I ret tors at the meeting W«d- i they had at a meeting last year. S«»c- of deposit at their face value. »81,-
•Id« of the lake, It »hould be taken
follow will lie along the Deschutes
500„ paying »10,000 down and the have arisen that require my personal
i nesda) appointed N. S Merrill and J rotary Ballinger Baid that if formal
river, following th« cant fork and Into consideration that the Klamath
•charges were preferred against Gran- balance In quarterly payments ex- attention. I will probably return to
pan» I ng went of th« Walker rang«. river Is on« of the outlet» from this G Stevenson as delegates to the Wa
tended throughout the year, Tbe Seattle with the president's party. I
i “f c jey would le- given consideration
Thia la the moat feasible route Into country, which has not been gobbled iter Users' convention, which is to be
second proposal was to pay cash less
cannot discus» the emergency that
by hL s department.
a discount of 5 per cent, which wa-s
thia county and baa alicady been • i:r- up, und that for quite a diet time on ; In ld In Denver 8«4>tcnibcr 7th.
calls me east.”
The statement that Granger might revepted.
veycd by th« Southern Pacific. Ttil»
tile rivet the Weyerhauser'» control
Secretary Ballinger evinced a de
The transactions concluded today
survey was made by Engineer Gra
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doctor” the books if given time was
ham ami ended nt Nnylox. Th« not«» the situation by the Klamath Lake
to convey the impression that he
characterised by Mr. Ballinger as an
ment of the Medford & Crater Lake is not contemplating severing his re
were forwarded to Kan Franclaco and rui I road, it Is also known that Im
Scxrttary Ballinger Qualities for tin* ■ insult to the reclamation service.
railroad receivership and the liquida
were destroyed at the time of th« mense electric power Is available all
lations with the administration by
tion of its indebtedness as soon as the
earthquake. Whether Graham ha» a the way down the Klamath river fiom
ItooM-veltmn Emlui-ance Flub.
that he hoped to make a trip
ONIA WOMAN VETERAN DEAD
court passes upon the validity of the
copy of them I h not definitely Vno«n.
here to the coast, which Is being
claims. They place Mr. Allen In a po to Alaska next summer.
although It in believed that he han.
A North Yakima dispatch of re«-ent
<'arri<d on tin- Pcn»ion Boll for Ser* sition to deliver bis new issue of
The crew that »tart» north to keep figured on In connection with operat
“I believe the president wishes to
bonds as soon as the local bondhold go along," said Mr. Ballinger, in dis
tab on the Illll men will pick up Gra- ing a line down that stream, and It date give» tbe following information:
vic«* During Civil War.
Secretary Richard Ballinger of the
ers comply with their agreement and
linm'i work and get their map» In would be a very feasible matter for
cussing the matter. Although the sec
aliape for immediate filing, provided Mr. Hill to use this route to the coast, | Department of the Interior ha» given
mrrender their old bonds for the new.
WASHINGTON. August 26.—Mrs
The new bond issue has been placed retary said that he decided yesterday
it 1» found necessary to do no.
thereby opening up an Immense tim - practical assurance that the govern Sarah E. Thompson, the only woman
and the money is available for the to go east tonight, the matter was
Definite Information an to the work
ment Irrigation projects now under
carried on the rolls of the pension of railroad's extension.
of the Illll engineers will not reach ber and mining country, a» well us
kept secret until thirty minutes be
thin city for perhaps two week», when onnecting with the Santa Ft- at wav will be pushed to completion as fice as a soldier of the Union army-
fore his train left, when his private
DICK SEASONS OPENS
It In not at all unlikely that crew» of Eureka, thereby securing un entrance soon as possible. He sai<l there was died yesterday.
secretary telephoned to the Associ
men will be placed In the field north Into Sun Francisco.”
now- available to complete reclama
Mr». Thompson was recognized as
ated Press office and announced that
of Od«ll oHtennlbly for th« purpono of
tion projects LI 1.000,000, whereas
There was lively scurrying in the
a soldier, largely because of services
beginning Work on the Oregon East
Mr. Ballinger was leaving for Wash-
SIM Mil.I. AT IMXoN SPRINGS
$2 7.000.000 was needed.
she rendered the latter part of the ranks of duck hunters Wednesday and ington at once.
ern. but actually to hold on to the
however, that he believed congress
atrnteglc point» of entrance to Klam
civil war by discovering and reporting many were the vacant places at the
lias n Capacity of 20,000 Feet a Day.
Whether he will visit Klamath
would make a way for procuring the
to federal troops the hiding place of dining table when nteal hour arrived, Falls on his return west
Formerly Kent Its Entire Out
1 funds needed to complete the work
John Morgan, the confederate general all due to the opening of the duck
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put to Merrill.
now In hand. As for undertaking any
season. The weather was far better
who Invaded and terrorized Ohio.
than most expected it would be, al-1
Turner Bros., who for some time new projects at present, the secretary
Mr» I'. E. Kirkendall lliu n Narrow
If even the secretary himself knows,
though if the rain had only come to
past have been operating a sawmill
E mh | h »,
i It is barely possible that the presi-
day instead of yesterday better luck
on the summit of Mount Stukel, will ness policy.
i dent may visit Crater lake, and If he
Secretary Ballinger received yester- llome-Grovv li Fruit That Tells It»
would have followed the efforts of
A Hcrtoun runaway accident oc move their mill from its present loca
does and Ballinger is a member of
the hunters. Reports indicate that
curred on th« Altamont road Thurs tion to Dixon Springs on this side of da) a delegation of head men of the
party, he will remain here long
the supply, however, is plentiful, es
day. between th« Melhane plac« the mountain. The tusk of moving Yakima Indians, who made several
to make a thorough inspec
pecially of honkers.
and Altamont, In which Mm. E. E will be commenced some time this requests, one of which a request for
the Klamath project.
There are to been tn the office win
Kirkendall sustained a broken arm full. The output of this mill hereto separate pasture he granted at once.
That his return to Washington
dow of The Herald some fine Klam
and other Injuries more or less se fore has gone to Merrill and that sec The Indians also asked that all chll-
was unexpected even to Mr. Ballin-
ath county apples, and the person
Mr. Kirkendall was driving tion. Tills condition of affairs will,
ger is evidenced by the fact that he
Chas, H. Hoagland, an
home with hl» family when the Iron however, change when the mill Is In 190-1 should be given allotments and contending that fruit cannot be
had written to President Stevenson
which fast. ‘U h the tongue to the main stalled In its new locntlon, and the that a permanent council of Indian»
the Water Users' association that
body of the wagon broke, letting the output thereafter will come to tills I e officially recognized by the govern come and have a look, Then, If he
he came here he desired to
Hoagland was proprietor of the
tongue drop, frightening the home» city. The mil! has a capacity of about ment in dealing With questions affect continues to feel that fruit cannot
meet the directors personally.
American hotel in Bonanza, and
and they became unmanageable. Mm. 20.000 feet per day. The water sup ing them. These requests were taken be grown here, it would be advisable
property there. The fight between Pinchot and the Inter
Kirkendall wan thrown from the ve ply In their present location has been
Secretary Ballinger is leading the there is I something radically wrong remains were brought here Wednes- ior Department has reached a stage
hicle. She wiih taken to the Ameri Inadequate, and with the plentiful
day night and taken to Central Point where either Ballinger or Pincuot
can hotel, where she la under the care supply which Is to be had at Dixon strenuous life this week in a way to with his head and his stomach.
i must leave the services of the gov
The exhibit in the window is not a this morning for interment. His
of Dr. Hamilton, who report» »he ha< Springs n continuous operation of this win applause from Roosevelt.
ernment, and the secretary may have
rode SO miles on horseback Sunday "picked" display, They were re- mother lives there.
no serious Injurlea outside of the plant Is probable.
¡returned for the purpose of marshal
broken arm. The two children had
It will not bo many year» before
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Rantsby, Mrs. ing his evidence for presentation to
Tuesday he went to fell on the bosom of old Mother
a mlractilotiH escape, for they were this whole country will be alive with back Monday
S. E. Martin and two children and the president. If hfs position is sus
found under the Rent unharmed. One the hum of the lumber Industry, both Wapato and Toppenish, where clti- Earth with a whack that busted a
Mrs. C. M. Rantsby and two children tained and Pinchot is proven to be in
good many finer ones than those on
of the horse» bad to be shot on ac large and small, and Klamath Falls,
Tuesday from the huck ' the wrong, there is only one course
count of th<' Injuries it received. Mr. situated as It Is, will be the hub. Out tion urging favorable action on the exhibition. The Gravenstein apples
They have been in 'open to him, and that Is to resign.
Kirkendall was unhurt.
siders see this, henoe the predictions Wapato project. Wednesday he spent are front the orchard of Mrs. A, C.
for the past four If, on the other hand, Ballinger Is
In Ellensburg looking Into the Klt- Beals. The Red Astrachans are from
of Its future greatness.
or five weeks, and made such good the one that has transgressed, then
titns project nnd today he went to the that of Judge George Noland.
E. E. Fitch of Merrill was about
use of their time that they brought 1 there will be a new head for the De
Born, to Jay J. Arant and wife,
with them forty-five gallons of partment of the Interior.
N. 8. Merrill of Merrill was In the Tuesday, a son.
"Dad” says that if
F. A. Bellows of Merrill was regis
Judge Henry L. Benson left yester
been in such a
arrived In the city Tuesday via i auto.
J. M. Yowell of Uly was In the city tered nt the Llvermor'e yesterday.
for Lakeview on business
Guy Morrill was In the city yester ers' association, was in the city yes They left yesterday for the Dry
with the Oregon Valley
E. C. Gunn of oBnanza was In the day to attend a meeting of the Wa terday to attend the meeting of the lake country and from there will pro year's record of fifty gallons, and
has half a notion to do it anyway.
ter Users' association.