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WEBSTER TO WORK
KING EDWARD'S PARLIAMENT
FOR GOOD ROADH
ASSEMBLED IN LONDON TODAY
Will Be Oil of Un* Most NiHuld«* H«*w- Governor Bcn»oti Appoint« Judge tie.
too «» County Judge of Mult
»lons In Great Britain'» History
Dunham Will Enter Busin«««« With
Reo and Maxwell Machines
E. H. Dunham, tip* local automo
I tiitud Pr«*«s Service.
bile authority and enthusiast, has
SALEM. Or« . Feb. 21. The letter
lAJNDON, Fob. 21
about completed plans for opening up
Parliament ot King Edward's reign, of resignation of Lionel fl. Webster,
a modern garage and repair shop In
which axB»mbl«>d Informally Inal County Judg« of Multnomah County,
i the east end of the city. The l«>ca-
Tuesday, wuh opened In
at 2 reached Governor Benson Saturday
1 tion has not been definitely decided
o'clock thia afternoon, un<l mark» th« anil has been accepted to take effect
upon yet and It Is quite probable that
l>«<Klnnlng of " aeealon that hold« In March I. The Governor announced
Mr. Dunham will erect a building ea-
Ba deliberation« th« moat mouinnloua that Thomas J Cleton will be ap
, pecially for this purpose.
•■vent« In th« blatory of Great Britain. pointed to succeed Webster anil will
Mr. Dunham has secured tho
\dd«d to th«» uHiial brilliancy ulwaya serve until January, 1911.
agency for the Reo, one of the b«*vt
Judge Webster quits the judgeship
lirvncnt on Much occaalooa, was a fool
medium priced machines on the mar
ing of «uppr«*M*<*d excitement, duo to to tak« up the work of general man
ket, and he will have a demonstrator
th« oyer present tear that aotn« alight ager of the Good Hoads Association
car here within a short time. Emnutt
lobuitcp may he mad« nocoaaltallua of Oregon Eor u long time he has
Beeson, brother-in-law of Mr. Dun
th« apeody dissolution of tho body taken particular Interest In the «ul>-
ham. has the agency for the Maxwell,
and tho calling of another general I joct of good roads, he has given prac-
another well known make. It Is the
; tlcal illustration of what can be don«
' intention of Mr. Dunham to put in a
Th« balance of power la In the i try his administration of a little over
| complete equipment for repairing and
bands of th« Iriah members, who thr«« years as County Judge, and lie
will also handle automobile supplies.
liavo lined up with Aaqullh and th« i became the original choice of the
Mr. Dunham is naturally adapted to
liberal«, with the object In view of good roads men when they looked
this line of business and. with the
paaHlng the budget and forcing th« about fur " leader In a Statewide
agency for these two machines, is
ItoiiM' of Ixird« to eicrclae Ita veto movement.
assured of an excellent business.
Solidifying the good roads «ent I-'
power A ileaperate effoil waa made
Vancouver s new ary dock, which
l>y O'Brien and Healy and tliulr haud- mi nt of th» Stalo Into working units,
will be able to handle 10,000-ton ves
oil of follower« to aecure a «ufflclent- under a general, cohesive plan, ■« the
sels, will be built in England and
ly large representation in th» lrl»h work Into which Judge Webster will
i shipp«*d to British Columbia in parts.
delegation to ntuk« themaelvea a fac now plunge. After much prellmluui v |
It as a speculation or investment and 'KLAMATH UOU.NTY IXfisES
tor In th« Impending struggle. but discussion th« Good Hoad« Assoc, i- RISE GF KLAMATH
The Glasgow fire department uses
FALLS DESCRIBED take their ultimate. If larger, profit.
MAN OF CHARACTER
i hey failed dlatnally, and It 1« doubt tion of Oregon was organized a «hor*
motor driven and operated en
They formed th«* Klamath Develop-
ful If any of them will even be pres-
one truck with 35-f«x>t ladder
• nt during th« present aeaalon. It 1«
and a first aid hose wagon.
and Ban«|U«-t to Attorney Smith
ties Which SurrouiKl City
j disposing of the tract, after having
th« determination of l(>-dmiMi<l to merit« are being completed for a cam
brought it to a state of improvement.
force the government to a imaltlon paign that will carry the work to 1
On the eve before his departure for
where It will be obliged to eliminate every county and district In the State
Klamath Falls, th«- Empire City of I In a graceful sweep of the Govern- a new field Attorney Richard Shore AI’PIACATIONS FOR
the llouae of lairds' veto power, thus
Or«*gon, and th«* most rapidly growing i ment canal, a park has been laid out, Smith was tendered a farewell recep-
opening the way for th« eventual dent of the association, but Judge*
community In the West, 1« situated ■ and in this plot are situated the fa i tion and banquet last evening at the I
Notice is hereby given that all ap
paaaage of a Home Hille bill for Ire W«roster, as chairman of the exi*cu ro ar tlo- junction of Upper and Lower mous Hot Spring«, the water from
land Till» 1» the purpone of all of live committee and general manager. i Klamath Lakes, and at the head of which bas a temperature of 190 de Lakeside Inn by about fifty of the plications for permits to graze cattle,
I representative citizens of the city and horses, sheep and hogs within the
the effort« of the |rl«h members, «nd will huve charge of th« organizing th« «rest 14,500,000 Irrigation pro- grees. in the near future it is pro
county. There were present mem • CRATER NATIONAL FOREST dur
has tewn based on a partial promise work and will direct th« fight In uni j«-< t of the United States Government, post'd to build In the vicinity a $200,-
bers of tbe bar, friends and many of ing the season of 1910, must be filed
of Asquith and hl« follower»
»«*« the Han Francisco Evening Post. •»«0 hotel an«! sanatorium.
his early boyhood asstxiatra who took i in my office at Medford, Oregon, on
lic opinion for legislation that Is1 Hui rounding th«* city Is an 4r«*a larger
this occasion to show the high et- | or before April 1, 1910. Full infor
LONDON*. Feb 21
Following th« counted on to lie of the widest licnefl' than any of th« New England State«, INSISTS WORK ON KLAMATH PRO-
t«x-m and pride which they feel tow mation in regard to the grazing fees
.i •»«milling of Parliament the King«
JECT BE UO.MPLETED IN TOTO
and offering Infinitely more opportu-
ard Mr. Smith, whom they consider to be charged and blank forms to be
»pooch wa« ii-uil, and proved t»> lit a
nltl«*s. I offer* wide expanses of allu-
general disappointment. It wui <*x- county In the State and organize,,** luvlal soil, with plenty of water for Fall 11 of Goirrnmrnt 1» Almolutcly a young man that Klamath County is used in making applications will be
justly proud to call bar own.
furnished upon request.
l*lc«lg«-d for Completion of
pocted that he would take a decided said Judge Webster tills morning In ' Irrigation to the agriculturist, im
Judge Benson acted as toastmaster
M. L. ERICKSON.
iknil on the Imiwirtaiit question that outlining his plan«. "The county will measurable belt« of virgin timber to
and in his introductory remarks 2-27 3-18
bi to confront the present Parliament be the unit Under the lead of the th«* lumber man, matchless hunting
Instead, his speech truoghoul * a« full
and fishing to the s|x«rtsman, a salu
RELINQUISHMENT FOR SALE
terms of Mr. Smith, both as to his
of Indecision and may probably pre formed Into w hnt may be termed a ' brious climate to the invalid, cheap gotten wind that an attempt was
160 acres of land near railroad,
ability and learning as a lawyer, as
cipitate a ministerial crisis
and rapid tram>|«ortatlon to the mer
well as of his character and integ cabin and barn, fox $300. Running
doos. It will result In th« Cabinet re
chant. quickly enhancing values to
rity as a man, and expressed the stream. I have about eight home
signing and the calling of another In any haphazard way. Little good th«- speculator and high wages and ately took steps to fight for the rights
opinion that the future of Mr. Smith steads, level and good running water.
1« w cost of living to the laborer anil that the project shall be completed bore every indication of being a brill ’ For particulars write to
1 expect to have the ground well • n echnnlc
broken before u meeting is announc-, A passenger station of granite and according to the original plans, and iant and effective one.
I MI’IXtl EH IllUfil N HI NDKE1M4OF
Fort Klamath, Oregon.
The gathering was a very repre-
has ask «it that not only shall the
cd and th«- organization made.
cut stone stands completed by th«*
"Th«* anno« latlon will have offices i Southern Pacific at Klamath Falls, project be finished in toto, but that I sentative one. and among those who
A FEW BARGAINS.
In the lleck biUldlng. Seventh and and it ha« been d«*slgned to accommo the work for the coming season be | responded were: Judge Noland, C.
.Musk«« Plaster From Hall» of Stan
Oak streets, room« 807-609 Here 1 date a city ot 40,000 population. A ( placed under contract without further
Five lots, slgn.Iy location, $150«.
ford Building» Thirty
to hold open house .and I want freight depot, adequate for the needs I delay. In a letter recently sent to Feese, J. D. Carroll, A. D. Miller, i Can loan $75» cn the deal.
all Interested In good road« to come of a lurg<* trade, has bwn finished by . Se«r«-tary Ballinger. Representative
A nice cottage with bath, large
John Irwin, Abel Ady and others.
there and talk matter« over. There the »am«* company. Sites for shops I Hawley says:
I'lilted Press Service.
lot, $1700. A good buy.
Dick Smith is a Klamath County
SAN LEANDRO, Cal., Feb 17- will be a great deal of office work nt and round-houses have been acquired, '• "Fearing that an attempt will be
A large residence, fir.e lot. $3500.
man, Just beginning to reap
Eleven men ar« missing, four dying,
Threa cottages on three lots. Room
as well a« for extensive track facili
‘the Klamath Project of diverting th«* the success of his efforts in his pro enough for another cottage; $2250
fourteen seriously Injured and a score for nil who have good road« at heart. ties.
funds elsewhere by those interested fession. He is a young man whom
"Th«* general scope of th«* work 1«
hurt Is the result of an explosion to
MASON A SLOUGH.
Perhaps the greatest natural re
other projects. I desire to insist, Klamath County has always pointed
day at th« Trojan powder Works at
sources of th«* country tributary to
Roberts Landing, about two mil««« th<> State with a view to encouraging ■ Klamath Falls is th«* timber, which Is respectfully but earnestly, upon the to with pride, even during bis early
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Th« explosion wrecked the construction of good roads and I estimated to comprise 20,000,000,000 continuance of the work under the youth and while he was going
md set tire to three buildings of the
In the County Court of the State of
feet of white and sugar pine. Cut
Oregon for Klamath County
plant, and there are hundreds of res- eluding th«* promotion of legislation ting at the rate of .">00,000 feet a day. Government is absolutely pl«*dged to and he leaves this county with the
• uera fighting the flam«*» this after that will give results. We want to 200 years would be required to re the |H*ople for th«* completion ofitht* well wishes of a host of friends, who In the Matter of the Estate of Ges-
noon to prevent the danger of further show how g«x>d roads may be built, duce this timber to lumber and entire project. When they were are personal admirers and who will i sine Wheeler, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given, by the un
• xplosions If the warehouses, where ami to furnish practical Instruction i would entail the payment of $200,- asked to sign up their lands, the to watch his onward climb to success in dersigned
administrator of the estate
eighteen tons ot powder Is stored,
of Gessine Wheeler, deceased, to the
000,000 in wages to employes. Klam
Mr. Smith entered the practice of creditors of said estate, and all per
roads In the State to advance the
out as an Inducement to them. The
»houid catch Are
ath Falls is certain to be th«* central
These fatally Injured are: Harry State's Interest« and enable people shipping point for this vast product. irrigation of a small area would have his profe*ssion in his home city and sons having claims against the said
attracted little attention. From sev under somewhat peculiar circum deceased, or the said estate, to pre
Conrad, 24. laborer, burned; E. C. who llv«> her«* to get the best out of
While th«* vicinity of Klamath Falls
sent such claims with the proper
eral visits to the project and from in stances. He was surrounded by rel vouchers
Golding. Englishman, powder mixer,
within six months from the
is essentioally a country for produc
vestigations made upon th«* ground, I
date of this notice to said admlnistra-
.ige 23; Eng Woo Ch«*« and Eng
am convinced that the Klamath Pro fluence. but instead of taking advan i tor at his his residence In the Town
Hing, Chinese laborers. Those* miss CONGRESS PREDICTING
EARLY ADJOURNMENT sportsman an«l pleasure seeker. Up ject includes a rich and fertile area, tage of their aid. he took a stand for of Fort Klamath. Klamath County.
ing are: Reuben Thorp, Chemist
per Klamath Lake, with an area of
John Lewis, James McCarthy, Al- Heavy Tnft Is-gislative Program May 96,000 acres, and 40 mll«*s long and nnd that it will b«*com«* a very pros himself and has won his own merits
Dated this 13th day ot January,
alone. He has shown exceptional •A. D. 1910.
perous and productive community.
phose Doos and Fury Chang Many
JAMES G. WHEELER.
“I understood, when the Oregon strength of character and his integ
<>f the victims were hurled hundreds
Lake, which has been set aside by
rity has never been questioned for a Administrator of the Estate of Gee
of yards. It 1« believed the death
WASHINGTON. D. C„ Feb. 21.—I th«* Government as a game preserve,
sine Wheeler. Deceased.
your purpose, and I believe is. to con moment. He took a very important
roll will reuch nine.
Congress Is proci-edlng with Ita usual contains about 45,000 acres
deliberation, and members, with their I and bear abound In the mountain.', tinue th«* work as rapidly as possible,
OAKLAND. Feb. 17 The terrific usual confidence*, are* predicting an while th«* marshes teem with ducks and if the additional fund is creat«*d, and
Strayed, from my ranch, eight head
< xplosion of the Trojan Powder early adjournment. This being a year and geese. The waters of both lakes, to hasten the completion ot th«* pro with him in opinion, his policy has
yearling belters, branded P over
Works twelve miles south of hero, of Congressional elections, they say as well as the adjoining and connect ject. with the amount thereof justly been that the Klamath Project in its long
half circle on left hip. Under bit
»hook the whole district for a dis members of th«* House must be r«»- ing streams, ar«* alive with trout, and
right ear. over slope on left ear. In
"I understand that contracts for for the farmers, and not an institu formation leading to their recovery,
tance of thirty miles. The plaster ileved of their duty here in order to It is only a question of how many
the continuance must be made in the tion for the promulgation of specu or delivery, will be rewarded.
roll at Stanford University and the look after campaigns for their re-1 the sportsman wishes to take.
H. S. PARRISH.
near future. I earnestly urge that lation, graft or questionable manipu
• lasses were dismissed because It was nomination. Before the* holidays they
The majestic grandeur of the scen
the matter be taken up at once and lation. by individuals w*ho might be
believed to be an earthquake.
usually display a cheerful optimism i ery is such as only the Sierra can of
accentuated by motives other than
by r«*ckonlng thnt they will clear the fer. The country being of volcanic
necessary, be made as soon as pos the completion of the project in a
decks in April. After the holidays origin, craters, hot springs and other
*»WIFT PLANT NOH
sible. that the work may no tbe im manner consistent with the interests
NEARING COMPLETION they talk about th«* first or middle of mighty and wonderful works of Na peded. This 1 am confident you in of the farmer.
May. On the average. the first, or ture exist.
tend to do.
In summer the climate is mild and
New Packing Plant at Portland H ill long, session of Congress ends about
"I have word that the substantial SOUTHERN PACIFIC TO LAY" BO-
June 1. The s«»cond. or short, ses balmy, without the excessive heat
Be Openiul on March 14
men and property owners are prepar
POUND STEEL ON NEW ROAD
sion of each ends by law on March 4. that is met with in tho lower alti
ing to send in to you information rel
PORTLAND. Oro., Feb 21
With the heavy Taft legislative pro tudes. In winter the temperature is
ative to the work done on the project, Big Steam Shovels An» Rushing th«*
cial.)—The new packing plant of the gram, and none ot it yet carried into bracing and Invigorating, without the
Tn«<'k-B«xl Grades for the
and its prosp«»cts. radically different
You ought to find out all about
Swift Interests on tho Peninsula la effect, there is no Indication that th«* extreme cold of the East or th«» high
from tho view of the Senate com
it right away. N«*gl«*ct is the
expected to start operation« on March present session will be a particularly winds of the Middle West.
mittee is supposed to take.
worst kind of folly.
14. Because of the magnitude of the short one despite the promises made
Klamath Falls has passed th«* stage
‘'There can be no valid reason for
work embraced In the Swift plans, early in the session that It would be of early development and now offers
Fifteen car load.» of 90-pound steel,
d'scontinuance or delay.
Taken in time the ordinary
there has been a delay In the origi n record breaker. The chances seem the resident every convenience of
errors of vision arc easy to <x>r-
"The insistence of anyone Interest part of which is already at Natron. Is
nal project of nearly a year in getting to be thut even with an ordinary ses modern civilization. The educational
ed in ptojecta outside of the Stat«* of on the way for delivery for the Na
ready for packing but the plant is sion not nil the Tnft bills, probably and banking facllltl<*a are unexcelled,
Oregon on th«» discontlnuanct* of th«* tron extension. The rails are 15
now practically complete. The open not more than half of them, will be while the opportunities for worship
Ncgl«*ct«*<l th«*y steadily grow
work on the Klamath Project, or to pounds to the foot heavier than any
ing of the plant means that 500 peo passed.
are ample and constantly increasing. depriv«» it of the benefits of any en rail on the pr«»sent main line, where
ple will be employed at the start with
Tho long session of the last Con
When the Southern Pacific decidetl largement of the reclamation fund, in 75-pound steel was laid a few years
We have h«*rc every n«*ed<*«i
ihe probability that the number will gress, the 60th, ended on May 30. to enter Klamath Falls it took over a
the hop«* that the moneys so left in ago.
instrunwvit for the correction of
be doubled within the coming year. The 59th Congress wound up th«* af stretch of railroaii that had already
tho reclamation fund may be used in
eye errors and st* would be glad
It will furnish n big livestock market fairs of its first session on June 30, been built as an industrial line and
furthering the project such person or Natron is progressing rapidly, even
to have you call and let us in»
for the farmers and stock raisers of th«* 38th convened a month earlier exchanged therefor the townsites
persons are interested in. is highly under the difficulties of almost im
xcMtigatc your case.
tho Pacific Northwest and other pack thnn usual and quit on April 28. the along the line, including the b«*st resi
unfair, and will not, I believe, be
ing plants and factories for utilizing 57th adjourned on July 1, the 56th dential and business portions of
Contractor Dye has finlsh«*d his first
We charge nothing for any
tolerated by you.
»ide products of th«» packing houses on June 7, and tho 55th on July 8.
Klamath Falls. The men who ac
thing but the glasses, and as
"The faith of the Government is grade, a piece of about three miles a
will be established.
cepted this property were engaged in
short distance this side of Jasper,
little as possible for them.
F. II. Snodderly Ik In the city from the lumber business and hnd no tim«* pledged to the completion of the and moved his gang up the river. The
The United States imported 178,-
nor inclination to engage in the real
big steam shovels are rapidly build
203 tons of manganese ores, mainly Inn.
estat<* business. They decided, there
H. J. WINTERS
England prohibits the use of wire ing the track-bed grade« for the other
from India and Brasil, last year, and
fore. to Improve and subdivide the less telegraph apparatus except un contractors. The rails will be laid by
Graduate Jt State Registered
produced 8144 tons, entirely from
It is better to be an honest man In property and place It on the market der and in accordance with a license the Southern Pacific track crews as
on<> language than a liar In five.
at nominal prices, rather than to hold granted by the Postmaster General. soon as the grades are completed.
If Something is