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MEDFORD COMMERCIAL CIATI I JN<X»LN-ROOSEVELT I.RAGIE TO STREET CAR STRIKE
NAME MAN FN»R GOVERNOR
ASSUMES SRRIOI N ASPECT
PLANS TO RAISE $100,000
Not Discouraged by Adverse IHwision j Announced Timt He Won't Accept, Arrival of M ou ut «xi INtUce Haves the
s<> (Ntatenl Is Itetwoen Mott
of the Supreme Court Against
.Motornuvu From Ik-itig
The people of Medford and Jackson United Press Service.
United Press Service.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., Feb 19
County are not going to give up the
PHILADELPHIA, Pa . Feb 21
building of the Crater Lake road sim It is apparent at today's meeting of Th«> street car strike has assumed a
ply because th«« Supreme Court de- the executive committee of the Lin very serious aspect. Au attempt mad«1
(ided against the appropriation of coln-Roosevelt League, which is at to lynch a motorman by mobs tn Ken
»100.000 by th«' State. At a meeting tended by many members from sington shortly after noon today re
of the Medford Commercial Club last Southern California, that it Is de sulted in injury to forty rioters by the
week it was d«*cfd«*d to take steps for termined to unite on th«* man who police, who rode down the mobs.
has the best chances of election for i Sympathizer« angered by the Import
the building of the road anyway.
A resolution was adopted pledging Governor. There is little likelihood I ed strike breakers attacked tli«« car
the united support of the memtwra to that a choice will be made uutll late and dragged th«« motorman, conduc
th«« effort to rais«« by public subscrip today. Ex-Governor Pardo«« is pres-1 tor and four policemen from the car.
tion the funds needed to construct ent giving weight to the rumor that While some of the mob held the offi
the highway jointly with Jackson he may be a compromise candidate, cers others ran the motorman to a
County, under government supervi but h«> has declared that he would lump post, threw a noose around his
sion. it is planned to raise »100.000 not accept the nomination if it was neck and were on the point of lynch
hv private subscriptions of »100 each. ¡offered to him. No further word has ing him when the mounted police ar
Of these 1000 subscriptions it Is ex i been received from either Heney or rived. Lieutenant Sykes, command
pected to secure half in Jackson and ! Johnson, but it is reported that John- ing the mounted police, dashed Into
the rest will be asked from the State ' son is ill w ith ptomaine poisoning. j tl.e crowd, grabbed the motorman by
at large. In addition to this sunt the It is believed that the race has uar- the collar, dragged him several hun
County Court of Jackson County will ' rowed down to Weinstock. Belshaw dred feet and left him In safety iu a
be asked for the »50,000 already ap and Mott.
| cigar store. Th,« motorman was aft-
propriated for use on the proposed
LOS ANGELES. Feb. 19. The of- erward taken to a hospital seriously
The subscriptions will b«» asked on fleers of the Good Government
The mob then attacked the con-
ly on the understanding that the en
and dragged him to the side-
tire charge of the highway's location state that Francis J. Heney is two walk and trample«! him unconscious,
and construction will be left to the to one the choic«* for Governor on lie was taken to the hospital uncon
engineer furnished by the govern the straw ballot being taken, Phil scious.
ment, which has already completed a Stanton, second, and C. ,M. Belshaw,
The car was then attacked and
report on the subject and made pre third. This is the result of the first wrecked. By this tint«« the second riot
thousand answers to the Lincoln-
tail had been turned iu and the re
Whether Klamath County will do' Roosevelt jMill. Replies are still be serves appeared and charged th«« mob,
anything towards constructing its end (
injuring about forty. Twenty were
of the road is a question that well ‘
might be asked at this time? Or will
Realizing the futility of attempt
the people of this county sit still and overwhelming straw vote for Heney ing cars in this s««ctiou of th«* city,
in !<os Angeles will not effect the de
see the tourist travel to Crater Lake
cision of the Lincoln-Roosevelt meet the company ordered operations front
diverted through Jackson County?
th«« Frankfort car barns stopped
The road on this end would b«* easier ing here as Heney won t accept, it Nearly every car leaving the barns
to build and would cost less money
today was wrecked. Today 's rioting
and it is to the interest of every citi I represents merely the wishes of a mi ibegan with an attack at Kensington
zen of the county that a suitable*
and Lehigh, where the mob broke
highway' be built so that the county noon Mott and Belshaw were close j every window.
could reap some of the benefit of this
yearly tourist harvest.
MONARCH MERCANTILE COMPA
NY INCORPORATES FOR $30.000
SOUTHERN PACIFIC WILL HEAT
BUILDING FROM SPRINGS
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
I Thirty Different Styles
The new prices will please you as
well as the styles.
It is a pleasure
to show our goods
Come in and
Elizabeth J. Haynes to Georgiana
Will Praliably Install Fountain to Glenn, warranty deed lots 2 & S.Swft
Serve “Hot Spring« Water"
Ix-asew Th ini Building anil Will Add
Neft Soft. Nwft, Sec 4, Tp 41. S.
to tin« Tourists
I try Goods Depart inent Io
' R. 11. E. W. M. »2.000.
Its Other lanes
It was stated today that the propo
Augusta J. Hayden et vir to Ches-
of the Klamath Development ter L. Hovev warranty deed Swft
Articles of incorporation were filed
today with the Secretary of State by Company to furnish the Southern Pa Se ft Sec 6 N ft Ne ft Se *4 Se% Ne %
the Monarch Mercantile Company, cific Company with water from the
Sec 7. Tp 37. »10.
with a capital stock of »30,000, of “Hot Springs'" with which to heat its
E. B. Hall et ux to James Ryan
which »22,000 has been fully paid new depot building has been accepted,
warranty deed Nwft Sec 15, T p 37,
up and the balance will remain in the
treasury. The incorporators are B. to convey the water to the building. lift E. W. M. »1570.
S. Grigsby, W. H. Dulaney, G. G. Dul The proposition was presented to Su
James Ryan to Kate Curtennls
laney, Otto Heidrick, Curtis Heidrick perintendent Dyer and he has put a
warranty deed Nwft S<«c 15, Tp 37.
and W. W. Nickerson. In addition crew of engineers at work making a
to these, eight prominent business survey for the pipe line. Chief Engi lift. E. W. M. »1750 .
men have taken »1,000 apiece of
matter and has sent several wires warranty deed, warranty deed, 30
stock in the new corporation.
C. F. GOODRICH, Proprietor
The new- company will take over asking for detailed information. It feet on Front street, town of Mer
the original Monarch Mercantile Com is planned also to have drinking
Dealer in Dry Goods, Clothing. Shoes, Hats,
pany, which was not incorporated, fountains installed at the depot for
l^-av«« it severely alone ««Il < >
Carpets, Rugs, Wall Paper
and will, in addition, add other lines
does it« work right. When it , ,
to the business already handled. The passengers, who will thus have an tonton warranty deed. Eft blk 13.
does not, bring it to u«.
adjoining store in the Jacobs building opportunity of sampling the famous lots 1, 2. 3. Town of Merrill;
Flu«« Table Salt, 50 pounds fur
By remembering tlusw« two < ,
has been leased and a complete stock “Hot Springs Water," which evenu- »1,500.
Hnap Hoap, too trnrs for
tilings you will I m * assured of ¡ '
of dry goods will be added. This will ally will take its place alongside of
lMc to > .40
«'offer, |«T |wund.........................
Rose A. Trask to Katherine L. Hall
unftiiling watch service.
4 Oc to > .50
Tra, |wr pound ..........................
give the company three distinct de Shasta and other celebrated springs.
Star Tobacco, |wr plug.............
deed. lots 15 and 15, blk
partments, which in reality are sepa
And another tiling — when , ,
Honu-ahor 'IN i I mm - co , per plug .
rate stores—a dry goods, grocery and of Klamath County will be a demon 57, Grandview addition; »10.
your watcli FIRST la-gin« to ’ ¡
Sprar lira«! Tobacco, per plug
stration of whether this hot water
Rier, prr pound ................................... He, lOc and I .11
show signs og inaccuracy—-timt i >
Il««*na per pound ........................................ 0c and I .07
The Monarch Mercantile Company, can be used for heating purposes.
I« the ta-st time to leave It witli < ,
Columbia Oat Fiak.-s, piner fo chlnawarr la.
tinder the management of W. H. Du When the new court house is built on
each package .....................................................
laney, has had a rapid growth from the Hot Springs it will not be neces Harold Kilgore Buys Nichols Ranch
Violet Data, package..................................................
Bringing it la-fore that is la-t- < >
its inception less than two years ago. sary for the County Court to go to
of Four Hundred Aires
Violet Pancake Flour................................................
Rolled Oats, in bulk, 10 pounds for..................
Its business grew with such rapidity the expense of any experiments, as
I tried Prun<K, 20 pounds for.................................
BONANZA. Ore.. Feb. 19 -One of
that it soon outgrew its first quarters the railroad company will demon
Bringing it regularly once a < >
and the past winter it moved into the strate what can be done. The in the largest deals in ranch property
year, whether it seem« to nerd ¡¡
new Jacobs building. The volume of stalling of water at the depot will be that has been consummated in this
it or not, is the best plan of all. J J
»■usiness done by this store in the past a good thing for the railroad com section was closed yesterday, when
Highest Price Paid for Hides and Produce
Try u» for reliable unii ’ ¡
is proof of the appreciation of the pany and in addition it is a good bit Harold Kilgore purchased the Mrs.
public of the modern methods cm-1 of advertising for the Klamath De J. A. Nichols ranch near this place.
ployed by the management, It very i
quickly overcame all competition and loses a bet when it conies to publicity. ditch, and It is understood that the
price paid was in the neighborhood
today is recognized as one of the
Tin- PionM-r Jeweler
of »8,000, It is one of the best
leading business institutions in the Í PRACTICAL PROBLEMS
IN FARMING IN OREGON ranches in the county and it Is gen-
erally considered that Mr Kilgore
Agricultural College Also Attracts made a good bargain when he got DISTRIBUTING TRI ST
JUDGE REFI SEH TO
Many Women Studying Home
A choice line of invest
FUND TO THE INDIANS
the property at the price named. Last
year this property was sown to wheat
ment» tliot will mc&ke
United Press Service.
CORVALLIS, Feb. 21.—The exer and the yield averaged 27 bushels to About $425,000 Will He Paid to Al-
the purotia flier money
lotte««« on Klaniuth IteM-nation
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., Feb. 2 1 — cises of Farmers’ Week, including the the acre.
Following the recent action in mov special program offered by the school
Notice has been given that the
ing to dismiss the indictments i of Domestic Art, attracted 340 men
TILLMAN IS RESTING
trust fund, which has been held in
against Patrick Calhoun and other and women to the Oregon Agricni-
VERY COMFORTABLY trust by the Government for the In
officials in the trolley cases. District ■ tural College this year. Of this num-
Attorney Fickert today moved to dis , ber 135 are women who are studying Prognosis Favorable I« Present Con dians on the Klamath Reservation,
is to be distributed. This fund, which
miss the Indictments against the fol j the problems of home building and
dition Maintained Few Bays
is composed of money received from
lowing men on the ground of insuffi , 205 are men taking the work in fruit
the sale of lands at Sprague River,
cient evidence: John Martin, E. H. growing and genera) agriculture.
United Press Service.
Drum and Eugene DeSabala, officials
A corps of spficlal lecturers chosen
WASHINGTON, D. C., Feb. 19.— and more recently at Yamsey, con
of the San Francisco Gas & Electric from among the prominent men of Dr. Tickford. Senator Tillman'« phy sists of about »425,000, and will give
Company, charged with offering the State gave a series of talks on sician, has issued a bulletin saying about »400 to each Indian on the
bribe boodle to the Board of Super practical problems in fruit growing that “Senator resting comfortably, reservation.
Each Indian has to make appllca-
visors to vote tgainst 85 cent gas. and farming in the State of Oregon. suffering paralysis and asphasla, un
Judge Lawlor denied the motion. ! These proved to be of great interest changed temperature, pulse and res tlon for his or her share of the
and were particularly instructive.
piration normal. Prognosis favor fund and if the applicantion is grant
HUNDRED LIVES MIST
able if present condition is main ed if the Indian has made a certain
IN ENGLISH FLOODS WILL HE TALLEST
amount of Improvements on his allot
tained for a few days longer.”
ment, and if he is considered capable
BUILDING IN STATEl
LONDON, Eng., Feb. 21.—As a re
of handling It. This Is left to th«-
sult of the storms of Saturday and
MEETING OF GRANGE
PORTLAND, Feb. 21.—Work on
discretion of the superintendent.
Sunday 100 people have been report what will be the tallest building in
There will be a meeting of the
ed drowned and property to the value this State, if not In the Pacific North
The British Government Is about
of hundreds of thousands of dollars west. will be begun March 10, when Klamath Falls Grange on Friday, to lay telephone cables under the
MRS. M. McMILLAN, Prop’r.
has been destroyed. The land dam- construction of the new Yeon build February 25, at 2:30 p. m., In the English Channel to facilitate busi
age extends over all of England »nd ing will start. The structure will lie A. O. U. W. hail. All members are ness between London and Paris.
73 rooms and suites.
the list of dead is constantly grow- built at the corner of Fifth and Alder urged to be present, this being the
Parlors, Two Club
ing. It is expected that when a com- streets and will be fifteen stories in time for election of officers for the
A street railway company at
Rooms, Etc., Etc
plete report of the disaster has hern height. Like the new skyscrapers year, Other business of Imiiortance Brooklyn, N. Y., is saving its cor
compiled it will surpass anything of now going up in Portland, the struc is to come before us at that time.
roded polos by inserting re-enforcing
the kind that has happened in thia ture would be a credit to any city in
Let us have a full attendance.
rods within them and filling In the
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
country for years.
base with cement.
.J. B. GRIFFITH, Master.
GILLETTE’S FURNITURE HOUSE
Goodrich’s Cash Store
M ason ¿.S lough
MASON & SLOUGH
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