Image provided by: Klamath County Museums; Klamath Falls, OR
About Klamath republican. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1896-1914 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1910)
RUMORED LIND OWNERS WOULD
OREGON TRUNK WIL., HUILD TO GOOD OPENING FOR
LIKE CONTRACTS HACK
SETTLERS AT PANAMA
KLAMATH FALIJS THIS YEAR
DISt IIARGED AFTER BEING Ol ì
TWO DAVS AND NIGHTS
WASHINGTON. D. C., Feb 14.
Effort Being Made to Take Million
WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 10
Thu effectiveness of modern methods RVsult of Conspira.y 'Trial Vlas Great I s« nil I* New Product Which lias All
Dollar Power Nyateni From
If Panama is to be made sufficiently
Surprise Io I eo| I«» ot the Eu
of lightlug disease, und. at the saint)
the Çiialhlc« of While
productive of food to provide for
time, the dauger to a community lu
30,000 canal diggers, this must be
A strong rumor Is current to the which cholera makes Ila appearance, United Press Service.
8AN FRANCISCO, Cal., Feb. 10— accomplished by others than Pana
J J. Whitcomb, proprietor of the
effect that the land owners under the weru both thoroughly demonstrated
PORTLAND, Ore, Feb. 14. The
Railway men here are speculating manians.
lu a recent case In Cebu, one of thu
Lumber Company, was III the
Jury in the liluger Hermann case was
upon the probability and possibility
This is the conclusion of th«» ex-
discharged thia morning by Judge city Friday from bls mill, which la
that the Hill interests have filed at ports recently sent there by the De- mation Service to abandon the Keno
if prompt measures had not been
Wolverton after being out since 11 healed about two mid a half mile«
Washington, D. C., a right of wav part ment of Agriculture to study the project and they ask to bo relieved
taken It is possible that a pandemic
o clock Saturday morning. The Jury west of the south end of Aspi'ti l.nkr
through the Klamath Indian Reser farming conditions. They will short
of cholera would have taken placo stood 11 tut for conviction. George Mr Whitcomb states that lie has con.
vation. This right of way would ly issue a report upon the opportuni out that the Government Is looking
among thu residents of the island,
Selkirk, the Juror who held out. wu» pleti'd bls logging operations for th«-
complete the Hill road from the ties in farming which that country with favor on this movement and
numbering over 800,1)00 people, ami unable to reconcile the evidence with winter and Is gutting ready to start
mouth of the Deschutes Canyon to offers to settlers anil the practica
thu law ns received lu the instruc up Ills mill, which ho expects to do
Klamath Falls, Ore., following the bility of the establishment of Govern owners In that section.
On the other hand, Chas. S. Moore
tions of the judge. The date for the next week The mill Is equipped with
filing of a right of way through two ment farms for the supply of Uncle
Cebu occurred more than a week new trial Ims not boon fixed.
n baud saw and the capacity la llui
townships Just north of the reserva Sam's employes.
The result of thu Jury was a great lied nt present on account of the lack
Discussing the farm settlers' ernment to buy back the Keno ditch 13 there were 10 cases reported, the
surprise to many throughout the of power. As soon ns operations are
I chances, one of the experts said that
That th«» Oregon Trunk will build there was a market for products un control of this water power. In his succeeding day 43 cases; the next entire stat«>, and even In Portlaud, well under way this defect will be
to hik<mnth Falls this year Is th«» an equalled in this country, practically pro|H>sitlon to the Government he ar duv 44 cases, and the following da« where the evidence had been closely remedied. Tin* mill was started tnoru
nouncement made by Charles Carey.! all of the food of the Americans gues that the Keno project is not 73 cases. The victims pri. tlcally al followed, there had been a strong be us an experiment In thu manufacture
of Carey A- Kerr, attorneys for th«» working upon th«» canal is canned or feasible and gives many reasons why live«! it one section of th«» city at i! lief thut Hermann would bo acquit of larch, but It la probable that the
line, who has returned from Chicago. cold storage, and this diet ia begin he should be allowed to take the ditch the water supply of this section at ted. The result, however, of the dis company will be Incorporated with In
New York and other Eastern cities, ning to tell upon them, not only in off the hands of the Government. Be once came uuder suspicion.
agreement of the jury Is the same crease«! «apltal ami operate on a lutz
The trouble was soon located In morally as If Herman Imd boon con or scale.
which appeared In Tuesday evening's ! their energy, but in the apathy with fore Charlie Moore, however, is al
several wells. Most energetic tnei •as
Larch Is practically a new product
Oregon Journal, whic hsays:
victed, and it Is believe«! thut ho will
which they face vegetabl«»s tinctured lowed to gobble up this valuable
"It is also announced that the Hill with tin and meats that even though water power, the land owners under ur«'s were taken; the water in the lmv«< less chance of being freed In the In thu lumber market, but samples
have been shipped to tbo cities und
interests have filed with the Interior garnished with highly seasoned the project will have something to wells of the Infected district was second trlul than lu the first.
made, ami the reports nru very
Department at Washington. D. C., ap . sxu«?es, have the suggestive, ghost-
carbolic acid, and this solution was
encouraging. It resembles white plus,
plication for a right of way through | like taste of preservatives. A goo«l
then pumpe«i out und distribute«! over
but la mor«* Ilk«* the cork pine of
the Klamath Indian Reservation. This I idea cf their eagerness for real un- sudden activity of Charlie Moore in
Wisconsin, Experts who have mad»
right of way will complete the path senzoated food is the price they wlll- the affairs of the Water Users is be the neighborhood of the wells as pos
So Teslitles lamia It. Glavis, Dis- testa claim that It Is very desirnbl»
of the Hill road from the mouth of •ngly pay for fresh milk—from 30 to
for flooring and finish work and is
missed Field Agent, Before
than natural that the farmer should sible.
the Deschutes Rvier canyon to Klam 50 cents a quart.
to yellow or sugar pine or
ath Falls, following the filing of of
Ot course the men now there will distrust such disinterested activity. If the sick were Isolated In rapidly Im
yellow fir, for this purpose, The sup-
a right of way through the townships return when the canal is completed,
WASHINGTON. D. C.. Zeb 14
ply Is limited, but Mr. Whitcomb
provised hospitals, public closets were
just north of the reservation. The but it will be necessary always to thing for Charlie Moore It certainly constructed, and these, as well as The examination of Louis R Glavis, states that there is about 50.000.00U
township filings were made at Lake maintain a large operating force there i* a good thing for the farmer. Moore
private closets were regularly dlsln- thu dismiss«*«! Held agent, win o*»li ! feet lii Klamnth County. It grows
view and give to the Oregon Trunk and the canal itself will mean a larg«» has been able to inveigle the Cham fected; a house-to-house inspection tlnue«l today before the Coug'-essl >n mostly large, many of the trees reach
a through line from its junction with growth in population. Just as at ber of Commerce officials into actlvi- was made; distilled water distributed, al - Ballinger - Pinehot investigating I Ing live und six feet In diameter. It
the Northern Pacific road to the line Suez. There now seems every prob ty. which they were blindly led to and thorough dlslnf«*ctlon of all the commit tee. Durlug Ills testimony la soft anil easily worked, and sort
of the Klamath Indian Reservation.
ability that the Zone will be garri believe was for the good of the com house's In tbo infected district car Glavis stated that he did not belicv* of a spongy nuttire, so that deute
munity, but they have already begun
Will Connect San Francisco
that Secretary Ballinger, Land Com made In the surface will swell ouf
open their eyes and when he re ried out.
"Extensions of the Oregon Trunk
Though the ground is rough and
mlssioner Dennett and Assistant Be«- and fill in,
to Klamath Falls will practically give broken there is little soil erosion and turns to Klamath Falls he may find JAPANESE TRADERS
retary Pierce, of th«» impart ment ot;
If larch is proven adaptable for
the Hill interests connection with San the climatic conditions make up for that the people are next to his
SMI 'GOLE RIFLES the Interior, were ‘ safe hands” In flooring It will be a great thing for
Francisco in that by rrunning a short the difficulties in cultivation. A stick
which to entrust th«» department nt , thia county. Thur«* Is plenty of good
MANILA. I’, I.. Feb 15.—The offl- fairs. Attorney Vertres. representing pine and fir lumber here, but many
stretch direct connection may be es- sawed off and stuck in the ground aid hitu in carrying them out.
dais here are very much agitated Ballinger, made an unsuccessful if builders have considered It n<»c«anar»
tablished with the Western Pacific, would almost take root and grow. Of
PRIC E OF IIAIR ALSO GOING
over the report that several thousand fort to get Glavis to charge them with to send away for their flooring, Mt
the Gould transcontinental line, course some experimentation in th«
rifles have been smuggled corruption, but Glavis d«*clared that Whitcomb expects to tiring some of
which is now nearing completion vegetables and grains which are best
DETROIT. Mich., Feb. 10.—The
through the Sacramento Valley to Al suited to the region woul«i be neces last stray in the general ascension of on th«> Tayabos coast, und It is feared | if be thought that there was corrup th«' lumber to this city this suuuunt
turas, in Northern California.
sary. but it is probable that the Agri prices of life's necessities came when that Japan is plannlug to Install uu ■ tion ho would havo placed the matter; to 1»> used In some of th« new build
"When the Hill interests began cultural Department will establish an announcement was made here that armed force In the Philippines simi before the grand jury. Th« remark ings nnil Its value can then be «sally
heading for Central Oregon, it was "experiment gardens” there which spread consternation in its wake. Ap lar to the on«* it is believ«*d they pos of Glavis In r«*gard to “safe hands' > shown.
generally surmised that San Fran would aid the farmer immensely.
parently without thought of any at sess in Hawaii. Th«« cruiser Chatta caused laughter among the spectators
cisco was the real goal, but confirma
By far the greatest difficulty which tempt to temper the force of the blow nooga has been dispatched to l^imon and someone started to applaud, but
Ed Vanllusen, of Grand Junction,
Bay to search for the contraband was Immediately silenced.
tion of reports to this effect was not the settler would encounter is the a heartless dealer said:
Colo., has been In the city the past
obtainable, excepting as the work pro labor problem. Though it is a hard
week looking over the country. It 1»
‘‘Yes, hair is following beefsteak. weapons of the smugglers. It is be
gressed in the southerly direction, thing for the American to under-: It is going up. It has advanced 30 lieved that the Japanese traders
Manila's electric street cars r«r- probable that he will make an Invest
stand, the average Panamanian is per cent in a few weeks, But it is brought in the rifles to encourng«* a rled 10,701,859 passengers In the last meal In fnrm property before ho re
“Bend has been point«»d out as the not strong enough to make» a good not the fault of dealers, There is native rebellion.
I fiscal year.
southerly terminal of the Oregon I farm hand, As the natives in Pan- no combination, no trust, in whose
Trunk, but men acquainted with rail ama are not bothered with the high downfall one may hope, No grand
road construction could see no good cost of living they are content to de- jury can relieve the situation, No
reason why the line should stop there pend for sustenance upon a halt acre court of last resort—with Jurisdi< -
with every inductment to continue tract where grows, in spite of his tion.
through a section rich in natural re idleness, a great variety of tropical
"You see, it has all come about in I
sources and waiting for transporta fruits and a few kinds of grain.
this manner, The girls in France
By occasionally selling a little of won't cut their hair, and the agents
these he is able to buy enough clothes of the big Paris houses can't make
“The distance rrom Klamath Falls ; and almost enough rum to satisfy them. The Paris firms are fighting
to Alturas would present few obsta himself. For the rest of the time he one another and always bidding. But
cles to construction, the topography lolls around in a pair of trousers and the French girls have seen the hair
of the land being perhaps more fa a sun-tanned back, dreaming great worn by the American women who
vorable to railroading than any of things and seeking greatness by motor through France, and refuse
the distance covered from the Col throwing salt on the tail of progress, more stubbornly each day the plead-
umbia River to Klamath, the stretch
When the canal is finished the Ings of the agents.
through the Deschutes River canyon West Indian laborers will doubtless
"No, it's not the tariff; it ís not
Old and Young
being the most difficult not only from fill up the holes in the labor market the result of cold storage, It's per-
an engineering point of view, but as most of them will be obliged to re haps a result of conservation of nat-
D*l.y to Qaodm-
also because of the serious and hard main there because they have not ural resources in France.”
fought conflicts with the Harriman saved up enough to get back home.
interests, who are also rushing con They make willing, if not over intelli
NEW St ITS FILED
struction along the banks of the river gent, farm hands.
7 STYLE BOOKT
towards Bend and the big Central
“Taking it all In all,” said one of
Tsr LiMts Horn Joiwu. ftrrm
An attachment suit has been
the experts, "there is a good opening filed by Henry A. Jacobs, of San
“Except announcing the extension there for the man who will stick and Francisco, vs. G. Heitkemper, Jr.,
Reg. $14.75, Sale Price, $9.75
of the road to Klamath Falls, Mr. who likes that sort of a country. J. C. Rutenlc is attorney for the
Carey said he was not in position at There arî a good many Americans jlaintiff. The suit is filed by Jacobs
this time to give out further infor there now who have been in the trop to collect accounts to the amount of
ics for ten or twenty years, and who 17098, twenty-five of which were
Will Build During Sommer
. have no desire to return to the north, transferred to Jacobs by I. 8. Tx»hr-
Following is a statement showing
" ‘The Oregon Trunk 1».'* build to Malarla is about the worst bugbear, berger &. Co.. Rotscblid & Hadenfeldt,
Klamath Falls this summer,'
have been cast In the piano contest
Ctílére aré never bothered with . it Co., Nordman Bros. Co., M. Schuss-
Mr. Carey, "and trains from Centrai
now under way at the Boston Store:
Oregon will be connecting with the ; it. They have not had any yellow 1er & Co., California Optical Co.,
North Bank road for Portland and fever for five years and the mosqui- Mayer & Werusiftnk and A. I. Hall
other points In the Pacific Northwest
M. E. Church
Price 20 Cents
as soon as
across the Columbia River at Celilo are fierce. They don’t bite, they C. A .Bodach vs. W. C. Davenport for
Marjorie McClure . ...
(■eluding ■ 15-ceni Pattern Absolutely Fren
completed. Work on the bridge will chew. Panama City is a most at- 1178.60 balance due for building a
be rushed as rapidly as possible and tractive town and Americans there house. J. C. Rutenlc is attorney for
the Intention is to have the road to seem to have a very good time.”
Klamath ready for operation by the
WILL INTRODUCE FIELD PEAS
JUDGE EXCEEDED RIGHTS
time the bridge is completed.
" ‘We have several surveys for the
Col. Allison has been in corres- Unlted Prpgg ^.rvlce
line from Bend to Klamath Falls and
pondence with Colorado and T,tah in
LVAQin\.’fTnv r» <• ttah ia
I could not give out any definite in rel.Uon^ to tb. growth
formation at this time as to the exact as stock feed for hogs, sheep and |
Court of the District of Columbia
route that will be taken out of
cattle, and he is now making arrange : lnvaded the" constitutional rights'of
ments with a number of the farmers the members of Congress, by sum
of the county to combine and ship In moning members of the Joint commit-
HOUSE COMMITTEE REPORTS FA a car load from these States. Field
VORABLY ON HAYES BILL
peas have in recent years come in certain contracts, was the declara
great favor for fattening stock, and tion of the Senate today, which adopt
Exclude All Aliens Who Are Not
are particularly adapted to cold cii- ed a resolution advising the commit
Eligible to Become
mates and high elevations. In San teemen to ignore the summons.
Louis Valley, in Colorado, which has
an elevation of 8000 feet, peas are
LOCATION FOR CITY HALL
United Press Service.
WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 10 — grown extensively, and have been the
It has been suggested that in view
The House Committee on Immigra means of raising the value of land
the fact that the Moores have got
tion today reported favorably on the
Hayes bill, which provides for exclud introduced In Klamath County It is the school building, and the Hot
ing all aliens from the United States believed that it will make productive Springs Is about to get the Court
Who are not eligible to become citi thousands of acres of practically un House, that now the Buena Vista ad
dition might offer a free site for a
zens. Hayes claims that if the bill used land.
City Hall. The Mayor and Council
is enacted Into law it will settle the
men already are entitled to transpor
Asiatic question, because Asiatics are
now the only people who are not ell- teachers' examination Thursday was tation on the street car and they
taken seriously ill with heart could easily ride to the meetings and
gible to naturalization.
trouble and had to be removed to the back. It afeo would be more con
F. H. Mills went to Merrill Monday home of her father, County Judge venient for the Councflmen from the
newly created Fifth ward.
J. B. Griffith.
on legal business.
Application Filed Willi Interior De
partaient for Right of Way
All Women’s Coats, Suits
and Petticoats at
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
$8.50, Sale Price $4.95
Mercerized Petticoats and Silk Petticoats, Hether
bloom. Reg. $6.95 Silk Petticoats, sale price $4.65
All Heatherbloom and Mercerized Underskirts one-
half price. Men’s and Boys’ Suits and Overcoats
I t |3