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LEADING I’AI'KR or
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, APRIL 21, 1910
weeks, anti it Is desired that the sale
formation of the Klamath
Its soil possibilities under Irrigation,
take place on June 11, 1910.
the poaaible Influence on <outigiioiis
arid lands r< suiting from tin- develop
R A BALLINGER
merit of a large area of irrigated
Per F. H. N."
Then other questions iinpm '
lust In the general plan, together ’
Following ; re names of those who
with nn engineering knowledge of the I
will be affected by the above order
resist cm «• to be ovci conic. In ascend I
of the Secretary of the Interior:
ing or |H-n«*tratlng the lowest avail- ,
Abner Weed and wife, Janies W. I
able mountain passes, were all Ini- .
portant mutters for consIdnrHtion. as I Illis Is TO BE THE "W IK CRY” SM BETA RY OF THE INTERIOR Jory. O. Short and wife, G. W. smith ; REI’l IG JEANS DEFEAT VICTORY
they Involved cost ot »instruction I
Kill TAFT AND HIGHES
OF THE OPPOSITION
ORDERS IT BE' Al ITIONED
Real Estate Company, E. R. Reames
and possible revenue, the two essen
and wife, C. 8. Moore and wife. J. T. j
tial factors of primary consideration
Roberts. J. Frank Adams and wife. '
"We found that In studying th«*
gi-ology , that Mt. Shasta being of
Fred L. Pope and wife. Alvin B. Lib-
volcanic origin and lh« refore formed
bey. 8. 8. and J. C. Mitchell and
out of th«- then I'nctfti <><<«a som«'
6.000.000 years ago, that the sea
level ul that time atocx! about 500 Hillel. I ni< asouiiig Effort I«» Fool like I jiim I M um Ik- l‘ta<»sl Under th.
Successful Candidate Was Tool of til
Flvery Misti In llw llisinr Ma»
fret higher than where wv uie to
Republican Machine, but
Farmer», but It M ill
Hammer on Juiw- 11, Ac<-oe<l-
night, or In other words, about t.I>bo
tng to U m - lastru« lions
feet higher than present »•« level at
Han Francisco; that Soiithri n Oregon,
Are Still Making Strenuous Efforts to
Northern t'allfornlu and the region
Bring Thein Into Camp
United Press Service.
Pursuing their short-sighted pulley,
The meting that was held In the gea«*rally tributary’ to this coutftry,
l>ast Monday morning there was re
const It iittsl thru anti for many eons,
ROCHESTER. N. Y . April 20 —
Irin Theatre last evening and which the tropic portion of the earth as the op|M>m-nts of the removal of the ceived by the Water Users’ Associa
MARTINEZ. Calif., April 19.— I
This manufacturing town, rock-rib
'was addr«*HM>d bv S O Johnson, pres iitt<‘at<*d by the petrified remnants court house to the site offered by the
tion a letter from the Secretary of Sheriff Veale and posse returned here
bed Republican in principle, repudi
ident. and G X Wendling, vice of tropic, vegetable, animal and ma Klamath Development Company have
today after a futile hunt for the rail ated the new tariff wher« it elected
prealdent, of th. Klamath Develop rlnc life, to b<- found «-nila-dded be hit oti a novel plan that they hope the Interior, directing that all excess
m-utli the s«-dlni«mtary d«»poalta on the
road bandits who held up and robbed James S. Havens. Democrat, over
ment <*oni|Miay. was an Indication of mounlaln side and in the valley« . th«* will win over the farmers vote The land under that portion of the Klam-
Herald has called attention to the ath Project. for which water has the China-Japan fast mail Saturday. George Aldridge. Republican, in the
the deep Interest that Is manifested natural product of erosion
The Contra Costa County officials lost Congressional race by 5,<>31 plurality.
"We learned tbui during the period game before, but the campaign Is to been furnished, and which has not
In the city over the removal of the
! be continued In the vain hope that It
the trail of two suspects in Redwood Perkins, whose death was the cause
Every scat was occu
been sold, be sold at public auction, canyon last night.
volcanic ash. dost and other volcanic
It is supposed of the special election, was elected
pied. and It was rletirly a "removal" | products thrown with ltMl<-iu-rlbubb- will be successful.
that the robbers are nearing the bor In 1908 by 10,167 plurality. Haven*
audience and pr-wag«»» the result of velocity miles high into the air. wet*
The farmers are to ba appealed i >
* carried by th« ulntl currents blowlug to reject the offer of the Klamau isting between the land owners and der of Alameda County and those of-, was chosen to fill the vacancy.
the elccliou iu this city
clals have been notified and they are
The last Democratic victory in this
The meeting was called Io order
the association. This order comes as
northeasterly direction, falling into Development Company, with ti*w
making preparations to take up the city was in 1890.
by Judge Benson, who Introduced I* the walers northward, thus bringing promise that If It Is done the cour’ an unjiaralleled surprise, for it was
hunt. It is the general opinion that
National Republican leaders are
C. latvry. who was followed by Mr. the ocean b«’«j upward to wh«*re wo hous< will not be built this year at 1
supposed that at least another year the outlaws will not be caught.
explaining that personal equation set-
Johnson and Mi. Wendling Each of are tonight, and In later ages wh< u the funds that have been collected
would be given to the owners of the
tied the election yesterday.
the speakers wit« cordially received i the 1‘ncll«
OAKLAND, Calif, April 19.—Offi Republicans insist that this distorts
Southern Oregon and Northern Call- for that purpose will be used for th j
and their rriutirks were frequently fornia. a vast Inland swa and In more construction of good roads One tn - land iu which to dispose of their ex
cers here received word that the the issue. The successful candidate
Interrupted hy expreualona of approv recent tinuwi rlv<-rs haw
form« d. lueut's consideration of thia quest len cess holdings.
train robbers were seen traveling tow carried the city and all small towns
carrying the waters seaward, togeth will convince anyone that it Is a de
al from members of the audience
One of the handicaps under which I ards Oakland in a buggy. Sheriff
except one. The issue in all of the
The following are the speeches <»f er with evaporation, has uncovered ception. The money raised for the
the Klamath Project has been work Barnett sent out deputies to capture small towns was the high cost of
the country, leaving h»T«* and there a
Mr Johnson and Mr Wendling
lake to gladden th«1 eye, and betw«- -n court house cannot be used for an* ing is the non-cultivation of a large them,
The officers were heavily living. This was blamed on the new
and surrounding them, vast areas of other purpose. It Is the intention of
MIL N <>. JOHNSON
tariff bill and the farmers apparently
arable land have b«i*n uncowr»*d for the county court to commence work amount of land for which water has a rmed
I ,n<1 les aud Gentlemen:
My ml»-i i the habitation of num
accepted it as the vital issue.
BOSS RILE IS ENDED
"I wish next to outline somiwhat on the court house this year. That
slou tonight is simply to come before
There are many clothing factories
tile people o’’ Kin math Fnlls and 1 our findings us Io th«» climatic condl-
this city and it was feared that
Klamath county to see them, and to* I tlon rainfall, snowfall, etc.
so «sail« instead of waiting for No nianu has veen mane lor greater ap
W«» b-atniul that the ininfiill Io vember. There are sufficient funds propriations for work here Mr. New Ek-Tammany Chief Says Aiuerieau the election of a Democrat would
let them wee me, face to fare, so to
speak. Y< u all look honest and reas the north of Mt. Shasta wa i not
have some effect on the wool sched-
ell has invariably met the deman I
INsiple Will Think for
onable and I hop«' I look th«* same to adequate to aiicceasTully grow crops on ham! to complete the outside walls
ule. The business interests of th-'
If the present site is sold
you. I am not an orator, not a speak in the grtuii plateau country; that and roof
city, for that reason, fought Havens,
er If I can meet you pcrHomilly I , i now, as in the volcanic era. th«' pre- for at least 135.000 It will be suffi was a large amount of land yet un
fearing that his success might have
can talk with ease « nough to express . Milling winds ai«< from the south and cient to complete the building. Every cultivated the Klamath Project would United Press Service.
myself, but tonight I must !«•< the «•* «••st, hen««' when th«* rain am! »now
effectc of re-opening the tariff
pression» of myself and th«» Klamath i.torins approach the enormous phy- one knows that the present site will
in America is ended." declared Richc question and have the effect of re
Development Co. be voiced by a morel I Meal barrier, Mt ShMata. towering to bring at least 150,000, which will the order of sale has been Issued, k
able and a more eloquent gentleman 1 the enormous hclghth of 14.444 feet leave a pretty good margin to go into will be followed by the immediate ard Croker, the greatest living ex newing the business agitation whit-
than myself I am more than happy *«« j i above son level, th«’ wind currents the road fund. If the court decides to sale of the land, the result being boss. as he sailed for Ireland today. the tinkering was going on.
meet you anti hop«* that our dealings * < nrrytng rain and snow laden «'¡«'iirfs.
• hat the last argument for holding “The people have gotten tired of
ctimmunatlvety and individually may | ver«* towards tin cast, thus i-niuing use It for that purpose.
hack this project will have been re- party rule They are dissatisfied with
The election of Havens can hardly
always lx* on the highei-t plane, and | preclpllatloii south of the nio'intriln,
Why Is it that these men have HO
results. The day is coming when ! be considered a victory for the Demo-
to which cause can be Attributed I he
with a thin amt upright spirit.
I am an outsider, yes, I admit that < xtenslve growth of legation in the
Il Is not believed that there wi’.l voters will select freely from all the j crats or a repudiation of the tariff
but only In actual residence I am at McCloud liver region south of •Mt in the kind of roads the farmer has?
un acre of this land placed <u> tickets. The candidates may be Re I bill. Aldridge lost his position as a
heart and at mind for Klamath Shasta, whenuis on th« north and Have they ever done It before? Have
publican or Democratic in name, but result of t’e pas age of the Public
county. Kin mu I h Falls and Klamath northeast sides of the mountain r< - they not tough! the Improvements of sale. Doubtless the owners as soon
very often they only differ in that
country. Believe me Minc«*rely your gion. we find a light snow and rain
as they realize that the land must be
■ Service bill by the State Legislature.
friend, your hulper, your earnest co- ; fall, due to the caiisea and comUtlnns roads, unless they were of especial segregated will take immediate stei>3 respect. The time is gone when Amer He was Railroad Commissioner. He
The farmers of
worker for our mutual benefits. I described. Hence irrigation must be benefit to them?
icans will call one man to act and
leave the actual discussions of our encouraged. If the country to be open Klamath County are not such fools to do so and comply in every detail leave everything to his discretion. went Io Hughes and asked for an ap
pointment on the new Public Service
fts'lings on the court house and com
that they are going to swallow such
They are going to do their own think
miinlty subjects to my good friend llculturally and agrieiilturnlly, and
but was informed by the
to accomplish this we used our best a bait
ing very soon." He predicted that 1 executive that he was "mentally and
and partner. Mr, G. X, Wendling
i-ndeavors in siippoltlng the efforts of
Why don’t these men tell the farm
Following is n copy of the order the next House and next President morally" unfit for the place. Presi
Mr. Wendling upon l»*lng Intro- the people of Klamath County look
will be Democratic.
dent Taft turned hint down hard for
issued by the Secretary:
d need to the audience, arose Htlfl ing toward the compl-tloii of that
project. As to the present alaiis of the farmer that they have no inten
spoke as follows:
the position of Collector of the Port
By the terms of the excess
"It Is poslble that many of you that gigantic work, you ar«' better In- tion of building good roads, but that land contracts entered into with th«'
New York These rebuffs angered
have not had occasion to study t I’e fornieil now than I am. hence I will the scheme is to hold up the build
and embittered him and when Con
holders of excess lands irrigable un-
geology of the vast plateau country leave that question with you.
Pursuing this general subject ing of the court house until after the , dvr the Klamath Project. Oregon- Was Su»|MS'tisl of* Bringing Chine««» gressman Perkins died he determined
comprising Southeastern Oregon and
Northern California. I speak of thia somewhat further. I refer with come next election, when it is hoped that California, your association has been
to have revenge by being elected to
Into This Country
nl this time because It is Important degree of personal pride to th«> fi.i t two men can be elected to succeed given power to sell and dlspos«* of
Congress. His election would mean
In relation* to the matters we have for
Judge Griffith and Albert Walker
a slap in the face to the President
said excess land at public auction at United Press Service.
discussion this evening. In that It be began the construction of the U. N
and the Governor. His opponent v ?
SANTA ANA, Calif , April 20
came n question of deep concern Io E. Ry., towards Klamath Fulls In He men who will take orders from the or subsequent to th«* time the Secre
my associates nud myself nt n time siiinmer of 1905. on ill«' as»uraiM'«i mon who are handing out this nicely tary of the Interior shall announce Graterlor Espinosa was shot dead bv a partner of the late Congressm-u.
following my first visits to Klamath given ns hy Major Worden and \\ n fashioned story about "good roads”? that the water is ready for delivery. Federal officers. Ralph Conkling an ’ and was quite unpopular, and has al
Falls and vicinity, In the latter part 8 Worden that the |100,000 subsMy The funds that have been raised for
"Water has for some time been de- William Chadney, in a running due', ways been closely identified with Al
In land and money would In* fully
of 1904, now nearly six years ago
"My coming was the diriu-t result subscribed within that year, for we the court house t and which those llvered for the Klamath Project for which was fought at midnight last dridge. He was recognized as a mere
of niuny trips made by Major Wor had full confidence in the Wordens men know cannot be used for any- certain described tracts, public no night at KI Toro, twelve miles from tool of the Boss, and it was su piose-1
den, and his son, William, to Wood, then, and we have not changed our other purpose I, are to be divided tlces thereof having been
Issued on here. Four Chinese who were with that he would be easily defeated. The
mid Han Francisco In nn effort to In minds, nor have we lost confidence among three of the banks, What is
December Espinosa are under arrest. The of voters of the district, however, evi
duce us to extend our railway to
Klamath F h II s , hence we came by In as most of them said they wanted to become of half of the In t «»rest 7, 1908. but some owners of excess ficers surprised the quintette in Ks dently did not believe in insulting the
citation, as we understood It, oxtend- our help; that they wanted a railroad, that will be secured through loaning lands In th«* area described have fa 11- pinosa’s store while Investigating th«- Chief Executive of their Stat and
ed hy the pitoplo of Klmnath county. and they got It, with th»* difference this money to the farmers and busi ed to dispose of th»» same as provided smuggling which has been in opera Nation and administered a Ci'tishP’j;
"In the early stages of our negotia that they got n line vastly better ness men at 10 per cent per annum?
tion on a wholesale scale along the ¿••feat to the mau who is the -mbodl-
for by said contracts.
tions, I was not seriously Impressed than the one we undertook to build, I
"In accordance with the terms of California and Arizona border. When ment ot everything that is obnoxious
with the practicability of the pro In that it will be ii through line, pail Why don't these men tell the whole
Ject from a Lumber company Htnnd- of the greatest transcontinental sys story and tell it as it is? The farm said contracts, you are hereby di the officers entered the store Espinosa in machine politics.
polnl. Multiplied discussions, how tem of railways on the American inn- era would like to know It, but it is rected to sell nt public auction excess opened fire, sending several ..hots at
ever. < mined us to look with erne Into tlnellt, and If the lllll lines come to going to be kept quiet, for If It wen
Dr. J. Otey and wife are visiting at
lands as shown In the attached list •he officers. He then dashed out of
the various phases of the
entire Klamath Falls, as tbe\ th<*ms'lves
It is understood that notice of sueh the building, followed by the office:», the home of Mrs. Rose Soule, a slst, i
question, viz., the geology
(Continued on rage 4.)
(Continued on I’age 4.)
of Dr. Otey.
country to he traversed, the general
sale should be published
for six who shot hint dead.
K. 0. CO’S SIDE
MAKE HEBT FAVORABlf IMPBESSIOH
CEO. MDRIDGE WAS ûlD-TliE BOSS