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«.«1\ I.HNMENÌ* YHKKD TO I-I It-
NIHR «ITER Eoli PIKMMT
that rival th<- census of th« «-nllght ,
He drew hi personal friends from i
«very condition of life and h«-l<l them '
UM AIN ANSM EIIK THI.
steadfastly by bls engaging, whole
SI MMONH OF DE Fi ll
some personality and earn«-»» under .
Hnat«-h«<l from the obscurity of his
Hi» DeuHi R*rii"i«« On« of Do v|>a>t
gentle birth by fi«kl<- fortune and
Noted Men of American
reared in the unlv«-rslt> of th« world
to become th' master of wholenome
humor, Mark Twain retained to the
last his delicate distinctions of light
United Pr« , m Hr-rvl««'
and shad«*, giving to the world H h
REDDING. Conn., April 22.
Samuel I. Clemens« known to the «l«ar«*at snill« and drawing from it
world a» Mark Twain, died at his its most willing, sympathetic tears.
home In 'his city last «-vrnlng
His For withal his humor the public eye
Miss Mary E. Bratley and Joseph
no happy Ilf* punctuated Garber were marrle«! at the home of
d«ath brings to a dose a car««er that haH
was fill'll with vicisHitud and finally with deeper sorrows. He had known W A. Delzell Thursday evenln. Rev
crowned ith hik «-« as Ev« i sin«« the every travail of th«- soul, and few Geo. Ferae ofll< feting The bride la a
death of I i I h favorite daughter, Jean, there are whose spirit of sound hu teacher in the Indian school at the
which O'' urri'tl on the day before mor would have survived so many Klamath Agency, having com«- here
last Chrl-'nia* Mr. Clenu ns has grad- 7 onslaughts of a whimsical and cruel from h«-r home In iVIchita, Kas,
Her death fill«-d hlrn ' fate.
about two vears ago
In lk35 while there were l«uis than who has been connected with the In
with a -orrow that was nev«r as-
Huag«-d. and even on his bed of death a million white inhabitants In th« dian Bureau for some time, is at
he refer;ed with loving tenderness to great empire west of the Mississippi, present located at Yainax, where he
th«- wetn'T) of the one bright light Harnuel Langhorn« Clemens wat born is engaged In Indian work
It was November 30. and th< scene Mrs. Garber will mak«- their home at
..f his I. '
Tomorrow morning I i I h body will ! of his nativity was a humbl«- cabin Yainax.
be placed on an express train and ■ at Florida Mo. which at that time
taken t< New York City, where a marked the extreme fring«- of fron TEA< HERB' INSTITUTE; TD
His parents wer«-
BE HELD IN BONANZA
short m* uiorlal service will be held tier wttienient
in the J’resbyterlan Church. Thirty John Marshall Clemens of Virginia
A local teachers' Institute will be
seventh street and Fifth avenue, of and his good wife, who was Jane
held at Bonanza on Friday evening
which Dr H«nry VanDyke, preacher I-ambton of Kentucky.
Clement's parents, victims of the and Saturday, April 29 and 30. The
and Ht«iateur. is pastor.
mains will be burled in the family wanderlust, left their small property evening program will consist of se-
plot at Elmira. N. Y.. on next Sun in Islington for a new home at lections prepared by the schools aad
Jamestown on the Cumberland River several short addresses
All of the
Next they traveled to teachers of the Upper Proje«* ar«
.Missouri, passing St. Louis, then a urged to attend and as man^ of the
city of 10,000 souls, for what seemed other teachers of the county as can
WIRE» SINCERE IIEXHIET to them a land of brighter promise.!
attend ar« cordially invft«*d
They settled at Florida, a hamlet, de-1
lié'vemeiit» lla«<- lh-en scribed by the author in later years
Hoch a» Should Fill th«- Na
as "the settlement that just divides
tion With Prl«l<-
the d«.-sert from the sown.”
It was there that the future Mark
Twain was born.
Special Cable to United Pr«s-
Him Will HI GREATIY ENLARGED $. I. CIEMENS' ENO WAS PEACEFÜE
.1 II. BEIlltk INI» EI.MI.lt III.AItliH.
I.EY III \ l*E< K'H INTEItENT
ill«- lii»lalli«lioii of 'Im Ii Ma
chinery nod lair log the ' it)
n Moilern Plant
I H Peck Im» dispose«! of 111» lli-
li'i'SStH In th« Klamiitli Falls Iron
Works to J. II. H«rry, I i I h partner,
mid Elni'-i ll«iird>l<), of Halcni
I’aUii hik I
Are l*r«'M'iii anal
Beardsley I h the proprietor of the
A i I hmm th«- iautd Owner» on
Eureka Iron Woikw of Halem, but he
U'hut I» N<s«l«-«l
Ims d«*«ided to dlHuinntl' I i I h plant
D ki ' c ami reniove It to this city III h
Hp«<clul Cori <* h | hiii <| i in i' io Du- lli'iiilil
plant wiih one of tb«- finest In the
Willumetle Valley and th« bringing
IIONANZA. On- . Aprii 35
ItH equipment to this < lty hk - uiih
noni «-ntli UHhoit le water no'i'HiiK hel«l
i that Klamath
Falls will hav«i the
In Klamnth Coutil) wu» Di'- «ine held
. most complete Iron works and foun-
in III«' opera house hit«' Sul ni dii)
I dry In th«' Htate, outsld«* of Port-
l'ho people rioni thè uni i'oundlng viti
Mr B«ar<l"l«'V Is an expert In
lv)s lui n <1 uni In u I xh I i unii '.IO p. .
and will 1« a valuable as-
< «'ili or llu' Up|H i l*io|«'<l Imiti a un
i tunt to Mr Ih'iry
i • ih «' ih nlcil
The Klamatli Falls Iron Works
’l'Ii«' in«-«tliiK wu eulled lo order
started In this city something
hy .1 O llnniuki-r. unii J II Mu»on
<iv««r two y«*urs ago
It was at first
ol Klainiith F ii II h , who owns a larg«t
u | whi as a doubtful invest
irmi adjolnlug llonanza. »«« chonun
ment, It lH*lng thought that it was
hulrniiui of Ih«' meeting, and Ja» H.
.■ little to«) early for sueb a plant
Th<- object ol
The Incorrectness of this view is
Ih«' meeting wiih tlK'ii stuted b) Mi
proven by th«’ remarkable success It
iluniuki'r, unti .M«»»tH Hopson unti
bus met with
Under the new ar
Catch wer«* callsd on tot m brlef talk.
rangement It Is Hiire to forg<- ahead
Mi l'atch utat«'d In puri uh I o II owh
with greater st rid« h than ever before
TI i I h meeting of thè people »a«
in Its history
Mr Berry Is a man
«tlled lo «II m ' uhi D h prraent condì K. I A T. I«1MAI,ANV Fll»
Dona of thè landa that had bran for-
IM (lltl'i>lt tIKlh XHTIl I.F n I of broad Ideas, who believes In doing
I things ou a larg<- scale, as well as re-
m« rl) cmbrac.-d lu ih« Upper Project
Y«»u are now just ahi'K' luti wm Flr*«r M« p I uken lor <»|M'nliig • p «<t I 'iialnlng within the bounds of con-
1 « rvatlsm H«' has th<- confidenc« ami
lilH'lUl I 1st» tllllitloll
riva )«ars iia»
Voti bave bran re-
good will of th«- business Interests
I«* uh «'«| limi Die Reclamailoti Bervi««'
Arti< l«'s of Incorporation tor the of th«* city and may always f«*el sure
*iaa no further string» on you. Th«*
His succ « mih will
door 1» yet open, however, and will Klamath lacnd A Transportation were of their support.
icmain mi for u abort time for you lo ni«d with th«* count) clerk Friday, the h« watched with a great deal of sat
<Kuln obtain permission to enter, and following being th«* Incorporators. isfaction by his host of friends, who
we have m««t here today for the pm 8. t> Johnson, <» X. Wendling, W. I feel that he Is entitled to all the
PARIS, April 22
,,<»»«• of ascertaining what la your de j Clark. J <1 Pier««. William 8 Wor prosperity that may come his way.
of the death of Mark Twain, ex-
den. Charlos K Wordsn and A M
»ire in that respect.
Prsaldent Thwidor«- Roosevelt cabled
"W«' have recommended to the He«' Word* n. Thea«' gentlemen will con-
the following message to th«* United
letary of the Interior that you be atltuts the board of directors, the of
FAME HTItB KEN WITH II.I.NEKS Press:
.allowed a abort time to rer’onalder ficers of th«* company being chosen
"It is »1th deep«*st sincere regret
This I h the com
.«nd decide what you want. We being ! from umoug them
I learn of the death of Mark
Strung«- Fat«* S«-«- iiis to Follow State
well acquainted with th«' situation of , pany thut recently acquired tin- prop
Twain. His position was like that
in Famou» Fam-
'hr affairs. we were In favor of your erty. street car Hue and franchl*«
of Joel Chandler Harris, unique not
••lease from the former a»aoelaDon.' of th« Klam.vth l-anrf A Transpor’s- United l'r«c Servlc'-
only among American men of letters,
«a We thought «on lould do better It tlon Company.
but through«iut th»* literary world
KANDAH CITY, .Mo. April 23.-
Th« filing of these artlcl«m of In God m *«* uih displeas«*d at the effort He was not only a real humorist, but
.oil were In a claaa b) yourselves
We have mad« e«tlmat«H u|K>n the. corporation la the first step that ha«- that 1» being made to convict an In a great philosopher, and his writings
leaalbllltj of thia part and the water J been taken looking to the Improve nocent man of awful crimes on mere form one of the chief assets of the
from Clear l.ak«- haw nut as yet been ment of the vast holdings rncentl) suspicion." d«clai'*d Mrs. Hyde today world's achievements, of which we
Plans arc under consid when »he learned that It. D. Mitchell, have a right, as a nation, to be gen
«•algned to an> One place
If you j purchased
• an get aufficli'iit area aubacrlbed to . eration for th«. Improvement of th • the undertaker who had charg«* of erally proud."
luatlfy the holding of that water for | addition and when completed will !•« I t'olom-l 8 wo | m *' s body was ill. Strange
'hr tipper Project. It could b«- «lied made public. They are very compre fate seems to pursue the State in the
MARK TU UN'S FORTI Nt;
for your landa
W<- have also ««stl- hensive In extent and mean that : t Hyde «as«
First. Iioctor Twyman
tXTIMATEIl OVER MILLION
>nated the Hornell) site and It la suf- Inst the northern portion of th« cit; died, following an operation for ap-
Orient In magnitude to Inaure the
Next th«* notes taken at Hi*. PuMi-hen. Stale That His E-tati-
irrigation of 20,000 acrra
If you , gresahe capitalists.
the grand Jury investigation were
M ill II«- Worth Fully That
‘ an get. any Ik.OOO acres that will
!<«»t by the prowewtiou. Now. .Milcb-
I \ tMI\A 11ONN FIHC *vE\ UN I II
uUDM uudul that ayalviu. wu could uac (
ivll is Btrickeu with typhoid fever
'hat to your advnntag«' The matter i
NEW YORK CITY. April 22.—Ac
'•«la now entirely with you. aa I seel
Tb«' examinuuons for eighth grad« FIRE THREATENS DESTRI < Ih IN
cording to a statement issued today
It. Mr llopwon la better prepared to
graduates will be held on May 13 and
IX» REDl.tNDS CHINATOWN by Harper Brothers, who are the
give you Miin«- facta nnd figures than
13 nnd on June 1 <» and II. Teachers
American publishers for Mark Twain,
who have pupils ready for graduation Rig < "Ollagrntion Raging Among 111«- he died quite wealthy. They state
Mr. Ilopaon «aid In part:
should »« nd th«*lr names to the county
that they believe it will be found
>■>1111 Packing H oum -«.
”Aa «*arly an November, last year,
HUpcrintendent ami certify that they
that be left a fortune that will be
we aaw that the reclamation of the
hav«> tak«n at l«*ast seven months' United Press Service.
something over on«* million dollars.
land« In thia, th«« Upper Project, wan
work in both the seventh and eighth
REDLANDS. Cal., April 33.- Fire
going to ««»at so much that we deemed
grudew nnd that In their opinion they threatens to destroy th«- section of
Mark Twain's death removes from
it unadvlaable to aubmU an estimate
are prepared to graduate
It In pref- this city known as Chinatown. The the intc.-national fi«*ld of letters the
tn the people to consider, aa we wer«*
«•table that th«* examinations be held bias« started in the plant of th«- Red creator of American literary humor,
impriWM'd by their contention« lu th«*
In Klamath Falls. Merrill, Bonanza lands laundry and spread to the big and one of its most distinguished
Ixrwrr Project that they had put their
and Fort Klamath Teachers should packing hous«*H. which ar<* in danger literatean.
faith on the report« mad«' by Hum
notify the county au|«erlnt«ndcnt as of destruction.
Damage to the
With his passing the people of the
phrey« and «ithera that the coat
t<» which date they will select nnd amount of 155,(100 has already been world the militant and persuasiv«
hould not exceed certain umounts |
where th«' pupils prefer to go for Inflicted
Th«' firemen are handicap- doers of things alike—have lost a
It wu« Impossible to convince them
p«>«l by low water pressure.
It is gentle, sympathizing friend and fear
•hat th«- figure« could lx' changed or'
probald«* that San B«*rnardlm> and less champion
For almost seventy-
«hat It could coat any mon* than I IHMiSEVEl.r I.HTI HEB IN
Colton will b<- asked to send their five years he liv«*d, and for twm-scor«
Humphrey hmi estimated, notwlth
I'NIVERNITY OF SORBONNE fire apparatus.
he number«*d his admirers by tigur«»»
«landing they themselves were then 1
paying laborer« double the price the) | |t Is Fnllow<-«l by Ranquet an<l Rc-
paid nt the tim«' thin«' «-Htlmatee wer«*
made. I wish to nay now that I nin
not going to get into a almllar sltua- United l’i«*ss Service.
PARIS. Franc««. April 23. Theo
tlon by telling you juat what it will >
cost. I am going to be on the safe' dore Roosevelt today had his famous
We have mad«* «'stimat«w of nos«- glasses exchanged for a brand
\arlous nature on thi« ««hem«* nnd u«-w pair, fitted by one of the leading
ihe figure« will rang«* from ISO to i oculists of Paris, lie also bought a
185 per acre. Now. In conclusion, I number of rat«* old Ixxiks. All this
will any that th«; work of thin year occurred prior to his delivering his
han not been apportioned an yet, and lecture at the University of Sorbonne.
if you desire any results from thin Following the lecture he sat down to
a banquet, nt which only seventeen
meeting you must act.
Among the residents who followed covers wer«* laid. Among th«* guests
were J. M. Bertholf, C. W. Sherman. were Bacon nnd Jusserand. For the
Jacob Rueck, N. (’. Gunn. F. J Bowne subsequent reception there were Is
and A. 1». Ilarpold .Mr. Harpold «aid sued fifteen hundred Invitations
he was ready to sign up his land,
■ very acre of it, any time the paper« KNK.HTN TEMI'EAR MEETING
UMIRED AT BAN FRANCIMN»
were ready. Other« followed and a
«ommlttve consisting of Jacob Rueck,
Ik-legates N|M*n«l the Isist Day Tnking
It. F. Driscoll. N.
Gunn and Walter
In th«* Mights
Campbell was appointed to confer
with the representative« of the Gov
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23. With
ernment. A conference was held and business completed th«* Knights Tem
the following petition was drawn up plar convention was brought to a
and signed by fully 90 per cent of clos«* hero today and the delegates
the land owners coming under the spent the remaining hours of the time
In taking In the sights of the city,
NINETY PER CENT OF LANG SIGNED
Interior or to a trustee, ns h«< nm
direct or appoint, the trust deed to
provide aw follows:
" (I 1
lllghla of way for cun..I and
ditches to be furnlsh«»l free to tin
United Htiites, i s required fot voi
Building anti ninlntonsii«<
.«nd operation «'«ait ns paid by tin
Hucretary of the Interior to he n ll> ii
<>n the land r»*(*ov«*re«1 l«v for«*lo»«ii'
sul«* b> th«' trustee nt the disci««tlon
nl the Hecrntary of th • Interim In
«nr«' of default In payment
All noii-lri Igabl«' land to 1»
released from the lieu within on«
, ■ : r 1«) tl.i H««'iefit v of th«- Ini**' > ■
All the requirements of th«'
Iteclaination Act. referring to limit
of holdings. 1« sldi'ii« «' and cultivation
to be ««implied with bv th«- applicant
"(5) Tinst deed to bei'Olile Inop
I'lntlv«' aftei expiration of on« yem
In event Ho H«cr<*tiiry of th.' In’eiloi
shall not have aiHiioved the extern lot«
of the project l>> that <lat«' and pro
tided a HubHt.mtlal umount o' i . ioi «
i< til«- final construciloii ili. .>«<
"l'¡i W«' prefer that a
user«' lltiaoi lilt loll bl not form. I Ol
embodied until such time ns th« «• n
Htruitlon work 1« well advanced . •«
nrd completion oi Is actually «•«,«..
The gr«*atest enthusiasm Is prova
lent her«, and it I h now confid'iiH:
believed that the Irrigation of th«
lands In thlw purt of the county wit'
be und« rtaken and well advan.«d thl*
COPY OF PETITION
To R. A. Ballinger. Secretary of th«*
"We. the undersigned land owners
under the upport portion of the
Klamath Project, and desiring the
Government to construct a good and
■■conomieal system of Irrigation for
our landa. do hereby agree to sub
scribe the number of acres of Innd
set opposite our r«*apectlve name«,
and agree to sign a trust deed for
«aid lands to th«« Secretary of the
HALL OF PROSPERITY.
REBEKAH LODGE No. 101.
I. O. O. F.
Klamath Falls, April 21.
We. your committee, appointed to
draft resolutions of condolence on
the death of Brother Wm. H. Clark,
respectfully submit the following:
Whereas, The death messenger has
crossed our threshhold and remov«.*d
from our midst one of our brothers,
and. in obedience to the debt, we owe
to Nature, our bi other was called to
lay down the burden of life; there
fore, be it
Resolved. That as a token of re
spect and sorrow, our Charter be
draped In mourning for thirty days;
that a copy of tb«*se resolutions be
spread upon the minutes of this
Lodge, one sent to the bereaved fanl
ily. one to "The Pacific Odd Fellow"
and one to each daily paper.
\I.I« E /.
Almost two-thlrds of the world's
petroleum Is produce! by the United
THE GUN STORE
J. H. CHAMBERS.
Opposite the Amr Ocas
Pt«. - Mrs
Half the watches that peopi«*
carry aren't doing their ix-st
And really it isn't the fault
of th«* wat«-fa<-».
THREE MINERS TAKEN OUT
AUVE FROM AMSTERDAM MINE
All That Renuiin«-«! Alive of Eighteen
AMSTERDAM, Ohio, April 23.—
Three of the eighteen miners who
were trapped in the Amsterdam mine
Thursday night were taken out alive
today, after a search of thirty hours.
Thirteen dead were taken out before
th«* living men were found in a cham
ber that was nearly sealed up by the
FRANCES M HAMMOND.
FRAN'TS 1- ARMSTRONG
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
during the forenoon. They attend«*«!
the automobile races at Inglesld««
park this afternoon. The convention
was a marked success, having been
attended by largo delegations front
all parts of th«* State. l,ouls F. Breu-
ner. of Sacramento, who was yester
day elected Grand Commander, oc
cupied a box at the races.
For an np-to-date wheel, get
a Rambler, on sale at the GUN
Tents to rent. Guns. We carry
a foil line of sporting goods
Not cleaned or tlxougbt about
maybe for year«, how could a
natch be expected to n-n«ler
We are Holiciting your watch
work. We are able to nvok-r
your unquestioned satisfaction.
And by doing this we do
MORE: than give you a«-curate
time-kerfiing qualities. We add
year« to th«* life of your watch.
That’s worth while, isn’t it?