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DIRE« TORN WANT OKlGl xAL E n - for some time and came to Klamath Nt \ NN KALI s IN I INTERN
Falls with her husband two years
PARI < I < 1IN IN J NNl ARV
T1MLATE ASI> CONT OF PRIME« T
ago, in the hope that the change of
(By Herald Correspondent I
llo is, therefore, not particular!«
popular with his Democratic col
ASHIHigtioll Will < .......
Suit* for climate would be a benefit. She
The follow lug have purchased lots
Ho rises with a scowl upon his eiiques, but ns most of the big ap
ColliH'ttun of the A* m -* mi »«'H<»
leaves a husband, three daughters and
little, dark, wrinkled face; Ills shoul proprlation bills come In nude, lie
a baby boy. The funeral was held at from the Hot Springs Uompuiiy dur-1
NNIilch Arc Itcllnqiient
Building Lllicil llodlly Frolli Ground
and Itoof Fnlls In
ders hunched up, his Im nd» spread publican gnat dlniishlp. Ills kicking U iltcd Press Service.
1:30 p. m. Tuesday, services being Ing the month of January .
SANTA UOSA, Cal., Feb. H
out. in an attitude half apologetic, and objecting generally looks llk>
The director« of the Klamath . eld from the Christian Church.
E. W. Hagboo m, San Francisco.
Water Users' Association held their
Ing voice lie does not stHiid more
“When I first came to t'uimno nlela groeery störe of W. A. Cal«
regular monthly meeting Saturday ODD I I- I.I.ONN N TAKE STEPS TOW-
E. A. Mills. San Francisco, Cal.
than five feet six In his little shoes, I let a whole lot of big appropiitl early thia mortilng, wrecked th>>
afternoon, at which there were pres
ARD Bl 1LDING NEU BUNK
and ho has all kin is of trouble ex tlons go through that I might hav< building «otti piti vly Gale and T L
J. C Perry, Weel, Cal.
ent: Vice-President John Irwin, Sec
C. Fotheringhaiu, San Francisco . pressing himself.
knocked out,” said Macon regretful Coffev narrowlv esenped death, when
retary Elder, Attorney Smith and Di Others should Follow Suit—Mow the
To look at him and to hear him ly, discussing tils chosen vocation oi tln> roof of tho building deaernded.
Court House ami Fill Na«««ul
rectors Dixon, Summers. Welch, Gunn
1’ixqM'i-ly NN itli Buildings
and Ady. Stephenson, Bunting and
W. 8. Bartlett, San Francisco, Cat you would not think that he amount money saver. "But you bet I know Tlio building was llfled bodlly In th<
ed to much, and yet, today ho is the the ropes now and won't let any alr and feil back agalli, thè onh
Merrill were absent from the county.
R. E. Hills, San Francisco, Cal.
Prospects are very encouraging for ,
A letter was read from the office
J. E. Condon, San Francisco, Cal. most cordially disliked inemtM r of the more slip by. I know that what I'm damage Infllcted belng tliut Ihn front
of the Secretary of the Interior, in the erection of u modern business
J. E. Terry, trustee; Sacramento, House of Representative!«. Moreover, doing Isn't making mo any friends, was sllghtly out of plumb. The Jur
if money counts, lie Is the most valu but 1 don't care a bit. Someone of tho strmlure utrlklng Ihn ground
reply to a request of the association block by the Odd Fellows this sum Ca.
to the Government. Recently ought to alt l>y and watch for extrav cauued tho weakened roof to full In
for certain information in regard to
E. F. Heavener, Sacramento. Cal. he saved the Treasury of the Unite I
agances. and uii no one else seems to on tbe inefi. Th«« roof aoparalod
the original estimates and reports as ceived in regard to securing the nec
L. A. Jackson. Sacramento, Cal.
States just *150,000, and since the care about It, I'm going to ns long leavlng a small a pera turo, through
to money expended on the project. essary money, and at the meeting
J. M. McDonnell, San Francisco, s<*sslon of the present Congress began
whlch thv men cruwled to siifely.
ns I stay In Congress.”
Reference was made to general in Saturday a committee was appointed Cal.
lias been Instrumental In keeping In
structions issued by the department to secure plans and recommend the
P. N. Berg. San Francisco, Cal.
Nil'. I NNl NI.I'AIN SKELETON
Uncle Sam’s pockets a great many
specifying that parties must make ap proper steps to be taken to secure
D. F. Mahaffy, San Francisco, Cal. more thousands of dollars.
NI NN III DENN Elt GIRI.
plication to the supervising engineer
E. M. Bridgman, San Francisco.
In short, Robert llruco Macon,
In which it must be stated the pur Burn, R. E. Wallenburg and 11. E.
Mystery <>f Mountain Nluy IU- (Tearvxl
Democrat, of the First Arkansas dis
pose and use for which the informa Momver.
W alking Vlong Trail
Plans were discussed at some
J. W. White, San Francisco. Cal.
I p l«y lii<|ui'at
trict. the dally objector urn! kicker,
tion Is desired. A resolution was
Every Kat unlay
G. N. Anderson, San Francisco. the self-appointed watchdog of the
passed instructing the secretary to length and the sentiment strongly fa
United Press Service.
Treasury and the volunteer guardinn
make the required application of En- vored the erection of a thoroughly Cal.
United Preen Service.
of the people's interests. Is so busy on
8AN ItAFAEL, Cut. Feb H. Cor
J. J. Butler. San Francisco, Cal.
igneer Hopson, and asking for the modem building to cost in the neigh
SAN RAFAEL. Cal . Feb 7 The
the job these days that ho takes
oner Sawyer said today that he l<
Joseph Walter, Alameda, Cal.
original estimate of the cost of the borhood of 335,000 or $40,000. The
first definite clew- to the Identity of
scarcely time enough to get his meals.
reasonably certain that the skeleton
R. S. Penniman, Berkeley, Cal.
project as made by Engineer Hum building will probably be three stories
the skeleton of (lie murdered womun
Every time he leaps to his feet he
of the murdered girl that was found
Geo. Engwicht, San Francisco, Cal.
phrey, and a report of all moneys ex- '
found near Mt. Tnmiilpais wuu ob
makes an enemy of some other Con
on Mt. Tumalpalu la that of Miss E
H. M. Ellis, Sacramento, Cal.
pended on the Klamath project. The first floor, offices on second and lodge
tained by the coroner today when
B. F. Woerner, Sacramento. Cal. gressman, for he always jumps on Waller T. Bolenbergcr, of Mill Vai Jenson, of Denver. Those who Iden
resolution states that this informa hall and rooms on the third. Modern
some member’s corns. If the session
tified tho jewelry and clothing of the
C. Brokaw, Sacramento, Cal.
tion is desired "for the purpose of heatiug system, electric elevators and
ley, testified thut every Saturday
lasts long euough he'll have no
skeleton gave minute details which
conveying to the various stockholders
S. J. Brown. Sacramento. Cal.
morning for eight weeks lie saw a
friends left in the whole big chamber.
are so convincing that tho authori
W. T. Small, Dunsmuir, Cal.
of this association the reasons why meat.
young woman wearing clothing an
The property of the Odd Fellows
Last week Macon secured the
ties are no longer In doubt.
the cost of the project has exceeded
J. NV. Fitzgerald. Dunsmuir, Cal.
swering the description of that worn
knockout of an *125,000 appropria
A trunk In tho possession of a lo
the original estimates and to harmon is nearly in the middle of the block
J. H. Dyer, Dunsmuir, Cal.
tion for the Immigration Commis by the murdered woman, walking cal slot age wut chouse, and which has
ise all possible conditions betweeu on Main street opposite the Court , W. Stillman. Dunsmuir, Cal.
along the trail. llo had concluded
sion and got a *25,000 reduction In
the Klamath Water Users’ Associa House. This entire block is only ) H. A. Bill, Sacramento, Cal.
that she was some school teacher, remained uncalled for since last July ,
the appropriation for the Pan-Ameri
bears the Inscription “E. Jenson.
tion and the United States Reclama partly occupied at the present time
R. L. Roberts. Chico, Ca).
and that with cheap wooden build
can Congress ut Buenos Ayres this and she only appeared on Saturdays Denver." Tho warehouseman de
F. Dickey, Ashland. Ore.
after the arrival of the San Francisco
clares the trunk was left by a girl
The following resolution was ing?. It is recognised as one of the
H. Peters, Weed, Cal.
ferry. The finding of the name of a
best business blocks in the city, but | Jas. Ryan, Klamath Falls.
lie occupies a seat directly in front Portland firm on the clothing has answering the description given by
“Be It Resolved, That the associa the action of the owners in refusing ' NV. P. Johnson, San Francisco, Cal of 8|>eaker Cannon. In the front row. started an Investigation In that city. those who have examined the effects
next to the center aisle, ami every A local newspaper has offered *looo found with tho skeleton and who
H. P. Chalfant, Oakland, Cal.
tion. by its secretary, notify the Hon to erect buildings on the property is
were w< II acquaint«'«! with Mias Jen
time a bill comes up appropriating for the identification of the body.
C. A. Appledorn, Oakland, Cal.
orable Secretary of the Interior, the , forcing the business section to move
The wnrehous«' refused to open
E. McCulley, Weed. Cal.
Irrigation Comimttee in Congress and
the trunk for the local police, Insist
“I object, Mr. Speaker.” he cries.
H. L. Benson. Klamath Falls.
our Representatives and Senators, corner of the block and Frank Ward
MAY ItE LENA CAVENDER
Ing that they were unauthorized to
"That Is too much money.”
Amy Ingram. Weed. Ca).
that Jacob Rueck, who may appear the other, and it is said that Fred
so. Coroner Sawyer will subpoena
in Washington, and who may repre
halting, clumsily-worded speech of 7.— The local detectives have receiv the warehouseman and order him t<>
F. H. Gilman, Seattle, Wash.
sent himself as a delegate from the the center. If these people will fol
half an hour's duration to prove that ed a dispatch from Green Cavender, nr Ing the trunk when the Inquest is
G. M. Cornwall, Portland, Ore.
Klamath Water Users’ Association, low the example of the Odd Fellows
of Kansas City, who says that the de called. It will I m ’ thru opened and
the people are being robbed.
has no official connection with the
Macon comes from Helena. Ark , scription of the murdered woman fits the contents e*aiuin««d, In tho hop«-
E. C. Mears, Jr., Portland, Ore.
association, and cannot represent it property with business houses there
where a dollar looks very large. It his daughter, Lena, n school teacher that they may throw some light on
in any manner or bind it; and fur will be no question as to the center
N. Z. Stewart, Hume, Cal.
makes no difference to him whether 30 years of age, who disappeared the mystery surrounding the case.
Jas. Stewart, Hume, Cal.
ther, that the said Jacob Rueck is of the business district. The next
the measure up for consideration Is from Seattle last September bound for
E. C. Shevlin, Portland, Ore.
not a member of this association in move would then be to get rid of the
R. C. Hrudlcy, motnber of thè Cali
backed by the Republicans or by the San Francisco. Sho carried *1000
Jay Smith, Portland, Ore.
good standing, for the reason that he Court House and replace It with a
Democrats. He's against It If It car with her and nothing has been heard fornia Fruii Packers* Ansociatlon, I*
W. H. Corbett, Portland, Ore.
is delinquent in his assessments for big hotel or business houses and the
In thè city froui Sun Francisco.
ries an appropriation, and he counts of her since leaving Beattie,
R. L. Hughes, Portland, Ore.
the year 1909, and this board of di business district is settled for years
rectors is in no way responsible for
Lloyd Wentworth. Portland, Ore.
his appearance, and has nothing to whether these men with money are
A. H. Wensley, Portland. Ore.
do with sending him and knows noth sincere in their efforts to build up the
E. i.a Forest, Portland. Ore.
ing of the purpose for which he is city, to the extent of investing a little
sent to Washington, or who sent I of their surplus money.
C. J. Brady, Ashland, Ore.
Dr. C. F. Ford, San Francisco, Cal.
G. W. Ebner, San Francisco, Cal.
A resolution was also passed di CAR LOAD OF l*OWDF.R FOR ONE
BLAST ON RAILROAD GRADE
recting the attorney to bring suit for
C. H. Brown. San Francisco, Cal. j
the collection of all assessments
E. L. Shuck, San Francisco, Cal.
Railroad Work Progreaeing Satisfac
which are delinquent.
S. N. Bostwick. San Francisco. Cal. ,
torily All Along the Line As
Richard Shore Smith, attorney for !
C. J. Jones, San Francisco, Cal.
Far As Naylox
the association, who is soon to re
H. D. Byrne, San Francisco, Cal.
move from the city, tendered his res
Wm. Rix, San Francisco, Cal.
A. E. Elder was up as far as Rattle
ignation and the same was accepted. snake Point Sunday over the rail
R. J. Driscoll, San Francisco, Cal. |
A resolution was passed approving road grade which is being built north.
H. M. Whiteley, San Francisco.
in every detail the service rendered , He reports that it is surprising the
G. H. Um been, San Francisco, Cal.
by Mr. Smith as attorney for the as immense amount of work that has
F. M. Thompson, Klamath ('alls.
sociation and regretting his removal been done on the grade since last
E. A. Quaif, Klamath Falls.
from the city that necessitated his fall. The road is finished to the con
D. 8. Painter and L. E. Sargent,
resignation. John Irwin was elected crete bridge this side of Terminal Klamath Falls.
as attorney to fill the vacancy caused City, the cut through the hill is about
A. 8orensen & O. 8. Purdy, Klam
by the resignation.
completed beyond Terminal. The
H. W. Pollman. McCloud. Cal.
TRAINS ALL THAT IS NEEDED
C. R. Miller, McCloud, Cal.
big Hanks Swamp and is now on the
A. Creed, Wallace, Idaho.
Klamath Falls Section in Oregon Will return trip finishing the grade. Blast
F. G. Goebert, Wallace. Idaho.
Reg. $14.75, Sale Price, $9.75
Be Made When Harriman Lines
between there and Naylox. The
Now Building Are Finished
C. A. Paddock, Klamath Falls.
greatest movement of rock will be at
E. L. Paddock. Klamath Falls.
“Judging by the way Tacoma mer Rattlesnake Point. Tunnels have
Thos. Drake, Klamath Falls.
chants are buying, business In this been bored for a distance of twenty
Jas. Keane, San Francisco, Cal.
city is far better than in any of the feet in the side of the mountain on
A. Cette. San Francisco, Cal.
Following is a statement showing
other Sound cities, ’ was the senti which it is planned to use a car load
M. Woodward, Portland, Ore.
the standing of those for whom votes
ment expressed by Arthur Heineman of powder in one blast. It will be so
A. M. Woodward, Portland, Ore.
have been cast In the piano contest
of San Francisco at the Park Hotel arranged as to remove a portion of
now under way at the Boston Store:
yesterday. “I have never done a bet- ■ the big hill in one piece and place
14 CAUGHT IN DRAGNET
NVIlla Leonard ..... ............ 6500
ter business on a trip to Tacoma than it in the lake. There is one case on
Edith Bodach ......... ............ 5160
at present and every traveling man I record in railroad building where an' Crook County Sheriff Makes Whole
M. E. Church .......... ............3020
met in days tells me the same story. entire mountain was virtually picked '
sale Arresta at Madras
Red Men ................... ............ 1720
The prosperity of Tacoma is evidently up and set down in another place,,
on a firm basis and does not depend and this is what is being attempted at
Fourteen prisoners is the result of
on the traveling public.
Rattlesnake Point. It is expected to 1 a raid made recently by Sheriff El
“Portland, too, is enjoying a pros- ' have the preparations made so that kins and Deputy Sheriff Cadle of
perous year. In fact, all Oregon is the blast will be fired about March 1. Crook County at Madras, and all are
coming to the front. I was recently
Work has been progressing fast on | in the County Jail.
in the new country being opened up the new county road which the rail-! Ben Rice and Ed Ryan are charged
by the Harriman lines above Klamath | road contractors are building above! with holding up a blacksmith named
Falls. That is one of the coming the present road, and it Is stated that1 Moore. Tom Fuller, Charles Mason,
sections of the Pacific Coast. It ha:-, it will be ready for use in the spring. ' Ralph Sharpe, James Sharpe, Blacke
its future before it. The railroads, Mr. Elder states that much heavy Green, Joseph Wilson, Oral Moore,
of which it is now destitute, will : blasting has been done at the cute i Lee More and H. K. Mission are ac
make it one of the best sections this ' being made, and that many big boul-; cused of gambling, while Dan Tuett,
side of the Rocky Mountains. It is ders, some of which must weigh a Frank Gean and DaDddey Lawlor are
not a new section. There have been : ton, can be seen far out on the ice on charged with violating the probation
settlers there for years. I met on»-j the lake. The big dredge is not work- ■ laws.
man nearly 60 years old who told me ' ing during the cold weather but there
District Attorney Wilson telephon-'
that he was born and reared there; I is plenty of rock work which can be 1 ed from The Dalles that he would
that he had never been out of that ; handled as well now as in the sum go up and prosecute the cases not
section, and that the first car he had ! mer.
later than Saturday, and it may be
ever seen was the horse car on the
that most of the cases will be settled
Klamath street car line. The one
The city of Peking has supplanted | in Justice Court.
need of all that section, railroad fa its unsanitary wells with a thorough-'
cilities, is soon to be tupplied and ly modern system of water works, in-1 An Iowan has patented an electrl-1
then it will go rapidly forward and eluding pumping stations, settling cal Ice harvesting machine in which
its settlement will mean much to tanks, filtration beds and water tow a motor, mounted on a sled, drives
a circular saw to cut the ice and a
Portland and other Coast cities.”— ers.
toothed wheel for moving the entire
A new electrically operated adver
DEATH OF MRS. TALBOT
Probably the most elaborate series
tising device rotates lantern slides be
XXJÙ V X V/XV O
Mrs. H. A. Talbot died last Sunday fore a self-centering arc light so that1 of tests of reinforced concrete as a
at her home in the east part of the the pictures are projected upon ,i building material ever attempted are
city from tuberculosis. Mrs. Talbot ground glass screen from which all those now under way by the Geologl- I
has been a sufferer front this disease light is excluded.
All Women’s Coats, Suits
and Petticoats at Cost
and in some cases
less than cost; for
We are determined to close out all coats,
so look at the reductions:
Regular $7.50 and
12.1 --- and
$8.50, Sale Price $4.95
Mercerized Petticoats and Silk Petticoats, Hether-
bloom. Reg.,$6.95 Silk Petticoats, sale price $4.65
AU Heatherbloom and Mercerized Uuderskirts one-
half price. Men’s and Boys’ Suits and Overcoats