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trult artists In all of th« West, «md
Messrs Miller A Johnson are con-1
graiuliillng themselves oil having «•-1
cured his services, There Is no '
brunch of th«' photogruphlc m t that I
i cqiilrea ho mm h ability uh Ilia« of
producing mitiiral photographs of
men. worn« n mid children, und Mr
Westmuu h « < iiih io huve been pm tl< ir
MEETING III 1.1» yemi I l(l»U IN- larly endowed In II i I h respect. Nt»
di < vri:i» mi << tmh « h move
special efforts him
been mt !
to handle this branch of the busln<i>«
until now on account of th«' chmigi-<
mini« necessary under th« new h
gime, but Mi Westman I» now ready
with his camera, freed hh he Im
Belief 1« I'revalriil ‘lliat II W III lb' mad« It from th«« many lusti iiiih ' i '
of toiture mol the time worn wm ulii,;
|*<m«llil«a l<> K m I m * tile Ncc-
of Look pb-HHant, please."
easary !• unda
THE Y. M. C. A.
IHIS CITY IS BIG ENOUGH FOR II
If th«' Interest that wuh mmiifcated
In th« Y M C A iiiovfiiKiit Mun
day I m uti indication of th« outcome
of ihe iiffnlr, then Klumuth Falla will
have n brunch of the aauoclatlon here
without very much delay. The lead-
line bualimaa men of the city were
present und evince«! greater interest
In the matter thnn they have ever
before shown I ii any new «mtciprlsu
that has been aug<«'Sted for the wel
fare of the city.
The Union Service nt the Irin wan
nn unqualified auccesa.
hundred men attended It wus opened
by a few gospel hoiik » ami munuul
cserciaea, which were followed by nil
Intereating, a» well uk uii InaUuclive,
talk by F. E. A. Smith. of Portland
ll«< n|»oko a Ion a the line of more
cleanly llvea for th«' boys and young
turn, aaklna them to stand for an
pur«' n life from th«1 young men an
they ■ xp«-« i«'d and demanded from
the young women
lie h«d«l up ua an
eaample the pure life aa taught and
practiced by Jvaua Christ und th«' ef
feet that the tea«liliign of th«- Saviour
had upon th«' young men through th«*
Influence of being taught them by Ihe
Young Men's Christian Naso« 1st Ion
The evening services weie held nt
the Methodlat Church, when' th«'
n|H'aker wm greet««! by another large
audience, the Heating capacity of th«-
•dltlie being tax«d to th«- utmoat.
Th«- meeting was In charge of Alex
Martin, Jr., the music being led by
J, II Mason.
Mr. Smith, with the
use of a atereoptlcon, enlighten«'«! the
|N«ople along the line of th«- bencHlM
accruing from the Y. M C A. to th«'
young men, aa well aa showing what
la actually being acconipllahed. Thia
wan «lone by showing work don«' In m H
dvpartmenta of the association. not
only the athletic and educational, but
the method that In uaed In following
up and helping the men wiill« they
are cmploy«'d In the railroad und mill
rami««, hh well an in th« city fact««
rie«. The address wan very Instruct-
Ive, and many who never knew but
little of the Y M. C. A. burned th«'
value of nuch a movement for the
welfare of th«« young men.
It wan decided that the time wuh
not ripe for the organization In
Klamnth Falla as pl. but .Mr Smith
gave them warning that In th« near
future steps would b«* taken toward
forming a iw-rmanent organization
An th«* npeaker placed It. the
"Y. M. C. A. la the church at work,
and th«* parent* of thin or any other
community cannot afford to overlo«>k
any op|Mirtunlty of snrrouiiding their
Minr and daughter«« w"h those things
that go to make men au«l women of
-trong, clean charactera.”
« ONGRESSI«».N VI. < AMI’AIGN
TO IIE OPENEI» BY TAI
I «|>e<fi«l lie Will Ih'llue What « oil
stltut«"« ll«*publh anlsni
direct to I’orti'r Brothers, who origi
nally owned half the stock In the
Oregon Trunk Line. Th«' work south
of Madras, however, Is open to other
«Hllf.ON lilt Nk I IhIH I IX»\G
contractors ami several larg«' tlruu al l»S< RIPT|«»N LIST WILL BE
MTEP TOWAKDN THE FAI.LH
STARTER IN A FEW l»AYS
are preparing to bld thereon,
comparison with the first s««tlon. th«'
Colliri«« ! < u II h fur < ouipletioM of Line grading south of Madras wlli be ligh' 1 Tent l ily W ill He Enfalill.lic I
wot >< and of a charm-ter thHt will n< i-
to ICi’M'i-« utlon liy Janu
Under Military Hisel-
mlt of rapid completion "
ary 1, lull
WORK 10 COMMENCE FIRSI OF MH
MMV NOTED MEN Will Bl HERE
lUMIHEV El.'l <NR PIN« HOT
«.It» I I I t< II OTHER IN II II.Y
Th«' following from the Oregonian
of Thursday will prove of great in
terest to th«' p«'opl«' of Klamath Intimal«'«! 'Huit Rough Ithler In Miff« «I
ut Siti li«,• of luff l«liiiliilHtriitl«.ii
County. When th« Herald announc
ed that th«- Oregon Trunk was coin
ing to Klamath Falls beliig th« ilrst United Press Service.
POBTO MAI ItlZI«» II
paper In th« Stat« to do so few peo
Ex-Forester Gifford Pincbot, th •
ple belli-ved it possible. Hiibse«|Uent
uvents have proven the authenticity protege of ex-PresIdent Roosevelt, ar
of th«' Information and the contract rived here at midnight and early this
WAHIIINUTON. O. C . April 8
morning he met Colonel Ro«>H«.'V» lt at
H««r«tury of War Dickinson, being that bus Just be« ii l«-t brings the road th«- villa of Miss Carew. Rooseveii
called to th« Benate wing of th«' Capi
welc«*med him enthusiastically. "Hel
tol on business, was surprise«! to Klamath Falls. The article follows: lo, Gifford; this is fine."
find in a big upatalrs corridor n mo«l«l
of lio- t iinul /.« iii «' loxJU l««-t in an .i gon Trunk I.In« from Madras to the most hugged «-ach other. They 'hen
northern line ot the Klamath Indian
All th«' points of Importune«' In con
teservatlon is to commence by May 1. « ntered th«' house and later strolled
nection with the canal work were
"ft Is asserted at th«' offices of the through the woods for two hours. At
marbl'd ami it wus u graphic uud In
'«impaiiy In Portland that blds have th« conclusion of the walk Mr. Roose
teresting presentation of Uncle Hum s
been asked for the grading of the velt stated that he had no'hiug to
big Job on th«- IsthimiN
road for th«- distance named, th« bids give out.
In trooped u capítol guld«* with i
With Mr. Pincbot It was diffetenf
to b<- tiled not later than April 18.
bevy of chattering, blithesome Jgdy
"The terms of the contract will call It was quite evident that the inter
tourists ami rnnged them In front of
for the < omm«ii<« ment of work with view was quite to his liking nud lie
the zone model. Then h«' told what
ten days aft«r the contract is seemed to be overflowing with ,'««'wx
he knew mid gucascd the rent about
uwiii'd«-«! and for completion of the that he would Ilk«- to have fl «sh«d to
th«' construction of th«- canal, whll«
the United States. He, however, re
grading by January 1. 191).
the man who was building It. bl«
"in the contract to be awarded strained himself, and simply inti
Identity unknown, »food by, mi hi
there will be approximately ill miles mated that Colonel Roosevelt had not
forested spectator. A suspicion that ¡
>f grade and all of the work but the as yet repudiated President Taf*. He
th« distinguished looking citizen wn
bridge building and track laying will said that Mr. Roosevelt was sur-
a rather knowing party grew on lb«« be Included.
Th«« bridge materia) priaed at not receiving any persona)
guld«' uud Ule fem Hl ' III« <i to po • •
will be ordered, however, and con- mes ag« • from President Taft
him that In átenmele» In hire dexi-rip '.racts let for th«' larger structures so menibei of th«' Chief Executive's of
lion on th« canal work might possibly ; that th«« track laying can follow the ficial family. It is believed that Mr.
b< i all' ll to the uttentloil of his pa completion of grading closely.
Plnchot reported fully the controver
So the voice that at first j
sy between himself and Secretary of
Tlir«'«' Tow uh Pierced
rung out boldly faltered, anti th« !••<
th«- Interior Ballinger.
"Th«' extension of the Oregon
tur« wan noon brought toan cn«l Th«,
WASHINGTON. D. C.. April 11.—
«mud builder then quietly r«num«<l. Crunk Line, thus assured, will pass
through the towns of Redmond. Bend, Many followers of the Taft adminis
bin Inspection of the imsiel
Rosland and Odell.
tration feel that the President has
"To those familiar with the coun overlook«-«! an important political
Ml \ 1’1 I I llol.H-l I'«. Roll
FORTY-SEVEN PtSSENGERs try to be traversed the letting of the move In having failed to send some-
contract Is taken to mean that an on«' to meet ex-President Roosevelt
Stop wtrei-t t ur l«y I m - of Heil lain-I other contract will soon be let for to offset the talk he would have with
tern and Tlieu <io Through Car
construction of the road across the Gifford Plnchot. Party leaders are
Indiau Reservation to Klamath Falls, now wishing that Senator Root had
United Press Service
cr as soon as the right of way Is ap accepted the Invitation to meet the
SEATTLE. Wash.. April 9
Thr«-« proved by the Indian Bureau and cx-pr«?sl<l« nt and pre»>nt the admin
masked men stopped the Alki Poiut 1 granted by the Interior Department. istration’s side of the case.
car at First avenue and Hanford i From Odell south the road will pass
street at midnight last night, slgnall through a country partly grown up to
Ing th«* motorman with a red lantern 'jick pine' and other moie or less PRESBYTERIAN MAY ERECT NEW
I IHFIt E THIS SI MMER
Whi n the < ar «ame to a stop th« | rocky and barren soil until the res
three bandits honrded It and proceed- ervation is reached.
««<! to hold-up and rob Its forty-seven
"The building to the reaervation .Meeting of tli«- t'oiigregation Will lb*
occupants T! «-•• seyured about |50'i I does not carry the road to a desirable
Held Next Week to Becid«'
In cash i i.il )< welry
Ordering tbs, terminus, therefore It Is taken to
motorman to go ahead, the thr«*«* men j mean that the location of the line
droppe«! from th«- car and escape«! routhward from the northern boun
Into the darkness. Night Wivtchman dary of the reservation has bt'en de
The committee ap.*olnted at the
ThomaH Gifford, who wltnesse«! th«* termined definitely and that con annual congregational meeting of th«*
robbery. open«'d flr«« on the men and struction work awaits only the for Pr«'sbyferlan Church, to select plans
they responded, a lively fusilad«.* be mality of securing right of way.
for a new church building met Friday-
ing kept up for several minutes The
night at the office of O. B. Gates and
Ilicli t'ountry TWp|M-<l
men h«*aded for the water-front. Th«'
From Madras to Odell the road canvassed the matter.
|M>llo were notified and searched th«*
will tap some of the b«uit of Central finally selected for a building that
vicinity of the robbery and later the(
Oregon, Including Opal Prairie, the will be an ornament and a credit to
water-front, gathering In four sus
Juniper Butte lands, the Redmond Ir th«> city and will lin'd the constantly
pects, who will probably be relcase«l ■
rigated district, the great timber area growing n« eds of the congregation.
for lack «if evidence.
cxt«'tiditig from Ben«! southward and The plans that the committee select-
a large Irrigable district surrounding «•d will be submitted to the congrega
FIRE IIKHTROYH lilt.
tion at a m«*eting called for that pur
HTA.MP MILL IN NEVARA Rosland. where a company Is already
at work on a Carey act project. It pose to be held next Thursday even
Evplonion of Vat «. Pistillate Fol Is th«- supposition that th«* road will ing. April 13, at th«« church. Every
follow the west shore of Klamath member of the church and congrega
low e«l by l»l<u«*trouH Fin-
l.ak> and in that portion of Klamath tion ought to attend that meeting and
United Press Service.
County will serve another Immense it is the hope of all concerned that
this beautiful church may be erected
GOLDFIELD. Nev.. April '.»
It is | timber area.
cstlmat«'d that damage to the extent
"When the grading on this exten this coming summer.
of $200,000 wns dojie to th«' 900-ton sion is under way, the Oregon Trunk
Mark L. Burns has been on the
stamp mill of the Consolidated MIIK Lin< will have about 225 miles under
Company by a fire early this morn construction. The first section of the sick list for the last few days, but is
ing. The origin «if the Are was the work, from CeRlo to Madras, was let again on the streets.
explosion of a vat of distillate In th
r 'fluArv part of the mill. Thirty ■
stamps, tl«« belt conveyor and t h
store horn*«- containing 160.000 worth i
•I high-grade orc. were destroyed.
TL«' plant will be dos«*«! for nt lea :t
tv i months.
United Press Service
WASHINGTON, D C. April 9
President Tuft tonight opens the Re
publican CongreHHlonal campaign b
«'«IdreHHlng the League of Republican
«’labs of the District of Columbia. >t
n «tinner to be given thin evening
n IIIRI.H INIIH I R«»M MIRI. VN II
Illa remarks will be biiHed on tl c
> ignltleam «< of Republicanism, and
Jacob .Meyers Is on th«> sick list ;
is expected that he will give his view« this week.
i n what constitutes a Republican
Wm. Barker has «rected n large
The insurgents will not attend th
Walter Turner has been visiting at I
th«> DePujr home.
FORMER UNITER STATES
lien Galloway made a business trip |
SENATOR BARI» DYING to the city recently.
Wm. B«'d«llng and sons have taken 1
l»IMingui««hc<l Californian Him a Re-
up quarters nt their ranch.
lapa«« and Utile lio|H< | h
Mrs. Alma LaPrarie has been vis-1
Itlng Miss Pearl Davidson.
Bernard Dlxoa and Sam Woodard 1
United Press Service.
OXNARD. Cal. April ».-Former took in the dance at Kelly's.
Messrs. Campbell and Jennings
United State Senator Bard waa be
licved to be dying at main today. He were visitors here from the Falls.
The three Morgan children have
suffered a relapse and has been gruu-
the roll call of the school.
urlly sinking since then. The family
Mrs. Wm. Burks and Miss Ethel
was called to the bedside of the dy
ing man, I)r. Livingstone having ad- Gilson were shopping in the Falls re- ‘
vlacd the members that death wta cently.
Mrs. J. L. Taylor and son, of Ash
His respiration was difficult
are registered at the Hotel Da
and his pulse was very weak
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Patterson have
NEW PORTRAIT ARTIST
gone to th«« Falls, where they will,
Since Miller & Johnson acquired run a restaurant.
«he Mongold studio many changer
Th«« dance given at the Kelly resi
have been mad«' In the manner of dence was a surpris.ng success, co i-
conducting the business, not the least sldering the inclement weather.
of which has been the securing ot
Mrs. Alma LaPrairie left Saturday
the services of William Westman, of
Minneapolis. Mr. Westman Is recog afternoon to tako charge on Monda. .
nised as b«dng one of the floruit por- morning of the Henly school.
As a special inducement to bring I
people from all sections of the Coast. I
to this city, there will be a lecture
"oiirse that will command the atten
tion of th«- people ot the West, for h
will be attended by some of »he lead
Ing educators of the country. Amon,
those who will be expected to attend
will be Eugen«! V. Debs, who needs
no Introduction to th«« people of the
Nat «a : Arthur M. I-ewis, one of the
not 'd lecturers of the United States;
l’i«'’ o r John C. Kennedy, profes-
oi of political economy in til« Uhl
ig.» University; Rev. J. 8. Willson.
< f Berkeley; Rev. Geor
W. C k
of B wton; Clarence Darrow, the uof-
e.l ( iilcago attorney, and a number'
of other celebrities.
A misunderstanding has secured
footing to the effect that the necet,-
sary funds have alr«-ady been sub
scribed. This Is incorrect. A num
ber of the business men have signi
fied their intention of subscribing,
but nothing has been done t«iward«
the actual securing of the fund. Mr.
Burrell will take this part of .the
program In hand and settle the mat
ted definitely one way or another.
The plans for raising the funds
necessary to secure for this city th«-
Socialist encampment are rapidly be
ing matured and within the next few
days D. E. Burrell will take that part
of the affair in hand and ascertain
definitely what may be expected.
In order to secure the encampment
it will be necessary to raise in the
neigohborhood of 92.000. The So
cialists of the city and county will
do their share, but being somewhat
limited in numbers and means, the
greater part of the burden must fall
on the shoulders of the business men
of the city. The benefit accruing
from the securing of the encampment
will amply repay those who may sub
scribe to the fund, for it is expecte«!
that it will bring to the city several
It is proposed to erect a tent city
close to town, wherein will be housed
all those who visit the city during
the week of the encampment. This
will be under military rules and dis
cipline, and everything connected
with the plan conducted with the ut
though they are looking for bargains,
a man looks for th«' goods A bright
buckle or button, or a gay ribbon,
will sometimaa sell a woman a pair of
shoes, where the shoe itself is a third
grad« of paper or sheepskin.
A good, saf»' way to buy shoes is
to go to some reliable flrm; or. bet
ter, if your town has an exclusive
shoe store, as is the case In this city,
go there and let them measure your
feet. It will cost you nothing and
they will tell you what kind of a
last you should wear. The main
thing in shoes for health and com
fort and style Is to fit your feet, and
Dot your Ideas. The Klamath Ex
clusive Shoe Store is the place to go
to secure all of these requirements.
A very enjoyable bowling party
was held at Brunswi« k alleys Thurs
Among those present:
Mr. and Mrs. Painter, Miss Marie
McMillan, Mrs. O. B. Gates, I. B.
Clark. Mr. Temple, and Mrs. McCloud
of Watrous, Cal. The highest scores
were made by Mrs. McCloud an«! Mrs.
For an up-to-date wbeeL ffat
a Rambler, on aale at the GUN
For sale or rvm.
Tenta to rent. Gnna. We carry
a full line of aportiag goods
THE GUN STORE
J. H. CHAMRKRM.
FEET Git IDEAS, W HICH?
In buying sho.-s one can never be
too careful. Bear I? mind that the
poor clerk's bread an«f butter de
pends on his selling to you. and in
order to hold his job he will ea-
leavor to sell you, no .„utter if he
makes a cripple out cf you for life.
The chances are tha' what he knows
about shoes and leather is what some
young drummer told him, and there
is not one drummer in fifty today
that knows anything about the con
struction of a shoe, and certainly
nothing about leather.
In the past six years many of the
leading factories that used to make
good, honest sroes have been bought
ty concerns that are selling goods on
ihe firm's past reputation. You have
noticed the difference yourself, yet
rever realized what the reason was.
Women are much more easily de
ceived in the shoe line than men. Al
If he takes the Republican. If he
does not urge him to do it, so as to
lend a hand in the fight for his
We have accepted the agency
the Starr Piano Co., of
Richmond, Ind., manufacturers
of a well-known line of high < >
< > for
Starr, Richmond, Trayser, *
and Remington Player Pianos.
< ► Every piano sold with an abso
<> lute guarantee.
AB pianos sold on the- easy,
< > payment plan.
< 'all and see samples on sale.
F«>r Musical Instruments.