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dal lops to the president. Nothing
may be done until after congre»» u«l
,'ourns. But when th« naw slate Is
made up there 1» no question hut
what the changes will be promptly
mad« by the president.
At on« time President Taft was
loath to consent to n reorganisation
of th« reclamation service; he was
then disposed to treat lightly many
of the complaints mnde ugatnst the
preseut official» lint latterly the
president hn» undergone a complete
change of mind Director Newell and
Chief Engineer Davl» have been be
fore the i'lnchot-llalllnger Investiga
ting committee, ami there have given
testimony of a character thut dl.t
pleased the president, for following
I he lead of Glavis und Plnchot, they
unburdened themselves of a great
ii< al of suspicion und opinion, all det
rimental to Secretary Ballinger, and
t.iost, if not Mil. unsupported by ev
But I presume
HUNTS EÄRY M Of CASE MD ASSAILS SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. : opment.
ar« two side» of a town.
If we can-
I not get in on one »Id«1, we can on tha
JITHJK NOLAND M »KEM Bl'GGEH- GREETED II) LAIUIE GATHERING
But that 1» Home way ahead, I be
riONH TO Till COI NMEL
IN COI ICTHOI ME SQUARE
lieve. How far 1 haven't any serious
Idea nor can I suggest to any one. I
III I bi» Way tlx- HuprcuM* Court Will
I« MI»l«-<! Into flic Belief That th« urn not down here to look for a loca
tion to build a railroad, 1 am simply
P mm on the Qiie»Hou «««««I Delli-
« »regoli Trunk Will Be Blocked
» IT* COI M IL AIHlCis REMOLI .
kxiklng at th«- country. I know tbit HAVAGE itftOH. TO EHTA BLINK
nitcly Mettle It.
in Entering the city
MILL AND YARDS ON HIÄTB
'NON TO TKAB II* TRACKH
I could enthuse this body of people
by telling them things that 1 call
Circuit .ludgd« Noland Monday
When tli« Hill party returned from j false promises, that might work out
trip to Merrill about 5 o'clot k In time, but I am not here to set? If I WILL PUT IIP FIVE NEW BUILDIWGS
STORAGE BATTERY CARS MAY BE USED
formally urged th« attorneys for both j yesterduy afternoon th«« guest of th« can be a good fellow with you today, i
»Id«» in th« injunction suit of H. F. city wa» «»scorted to the platform In I want to return. I want to leave
Murdock to prevent (he removal of i the courthouse yard, where he deliv myself with you in a position that I' M<-nd<«u laUc- Lumber ( <>«itp«iny 1«
lilaiimtli Kalla Will Be Without
tin« courthouse, to take the larger is ered an open air lecture on what his can return. Whatever I My to you j Also to Com«- in With a Big lujm-
Mtreel Curs ot Any kind for
Involve«) squarely bofore th«* Su- tompany might lx< expected to do. In today Is not much. I have no en-1
twr Yard and Other Interests
Nearly Mix Month»
preme Court of (he state for settle cidentally h«« took occasion to »how couragement to offer you; all I can;
how grevlously he had b««en misled say Is that 1 have found a good coun
One by one the big industries are
Judge Noland advised the county by certain luter«-»ts In this city into try here. I think It Is typical of the
Th« burl«') motor" street <ui line
coming to Klamath Falls.
In Klumutli Kalla will aoon l»«< a thing
court, though without Maying so in so the belief that the Oregon Trunk West.
This territory is remote from us.
The latest is to be a big planing
many words, to tost its power to wouhl have difficulty In gaining an
of ito* past
move the courthouse to the new site i entrance Into Klamath Falls. After There is no reason why I should un- mill and lumber yards at the corner
Clt> <<HI11<II11 Tuesday night passed
by making an order to that effect, and lie g«x-s over th«« events of hl» trip to dertake any of your problems here, of Sixth street and the California
a resolution I ailing for th« car track»!
let the opponent» of removal conteet this city, he will awaken to the fact but back in our country w«< work Northeastern railway track», to be
or ih<- Kluniath Lund and Traction
HACKED CONCERT A St < < Ess
(he cn»«« on that Issue, bringing It that he was made a «atspaw of while pretty close to th«- people in th«?se built by Savage Bros Lumber com
louipany to bo taken up. to permit,
squarely before the courts.
: here, and that the whole plan ot cam-1 matters. You should take counsel pany. The Savage brothers, H. J.
doli« on th« newer ayateai !
luira«' tudii-m«« Is-llgli1tu11> I nter-
for Main »«r««t
"I want to l>« «undid and fair,” I i«algn wai u»«.«d for the purpose of with any on« in your locality who can and H Savage, took out a building
tulli««! laiut Evening
Whi'ii tbiii 1» finished and the
raid the court, "and will take all the getting him to use his influence to help; let them know your difficulties permit from the city council last
»«reel paving haa been completed, the
time, both day <in«l night, It neces have th«- Oregon Trunk enter this city and Insist upon them being worked , i.ight. and will rush work on their
out right. Th«- pioneers who drove plans at once
They will have a
►treet car company will lay new ami
It was a well-tilled house thut sary. to give (he caw« a careful con | via the west »Ide of the lake and city.
heavier inlla and will aupplnnt th« greeted the participant» In the Bacrml sideration. but It never can lx finally The people of Klamath Falls care not Into this country in mule teams and main building 60x60. a boiler room
barley motor with either hydrocar concert given Eriday evening In settled until th« Supreme Court i on«« whit whether be bring« the road prairie schooners were strong men. 57*Ax37H, an office 30x30 and a
bon. gasoline or electric power An the Houston opera house for th«« ben pas»«-» on it. Any taxpayer can bring in on on«- side or the other. All they It took strong ones to get here; the lumlxT »bed 60x100. besides a plan
weak on«?» fell by the wayside and ing mill 30x40, of two stories, with
■ xienoion of time (or th««««« two pur- efit of the Presbyterian church
It a suit at any tlm«« aud tie up some care for 1» the coming of the road,
provided It com«-» without any strings »ettled th«« Eastern States; the strong I brick flues.
p.MM-a was ki noted l>y the resolution. was. perhaps, the most successful payment.”
on«-» came through and settled Ore-j The Meadow Lake Lumber com-
Thl» means that Klamath Kalla event of th« kind that hus ever been
' Somebody ha» got to bow to tbe l!««d to it.
»ill b« without street car service for in this city, and th«« promoters arc to majesty of th«« Supreme Court of this
Mr. Hill was introduced by Judged gon. You find these people here to-1 pany is also to have a large lumber
probably Ove month», a» th« sewer be congratulated on th« discrimina i tale, and the sooner the people of , Baldwin, which fact caused a ¿mile to day. 1 can nearly pick them out. | jard and other buildings at about the
contractors have 160 day» to coni- tion manifested In the preparation of this county find out who ba» to tbe paas over the countenance of many, | Today I met two of them, they had ! same location, directly across from
plot« tlieli contract and th« paving the program No encores were grant bettor for all concerned,.* Judge No in view of th» oft-rep«ated statements been here for years, and I called the : the Standard Oil property.
Savage Bros., the Meadow Lak»
contractu have yet to be advertised ed. Had they b«M«n each of those land went on to say. "If there's any ot th«« Judge that he "wished a rail turn on them. There is a something
company, C. H. Withrow, F.
end let Mujor Worden, representing taking part would undoubtiMlly have possibility of getting the question road never came to Klamath Falls.”
the traction company, last night hud io reappear, for th« appr«elation »quarely prewnted I might just us
Judge Baldwin—Ladles anJ gen them; their earnestness and serious- H. Mills and A. L. Leavitt, property
«greed to begin work on tearing up of th« audience was quite manifest well say for th«« benefit of the attor tlemen, another great event ha» hap nc«M. and, above all, a square and owners in the district, also petitioned
honest bearing, that carries assur the council for a fire hydrant or fire
the track« within five days. Th««
Following is the program for th«- neys that It would be easy for the pened In this great section of our».
'1 hey have given their lives to plug and a water supply at Sixth
present lull« may I m - u»«d for an eg- evening:
County Court to make such orders We have« hr.d the pleasure of eccort-
and are now being an street and the railroad track. Sav
t« nsion of the street car system on
"Hark, Hark. My Soul" (Shelley> as will test tbe qu««»tlon, and I will ' Ing through a portion ot th • Klam noyed and harassed by people sent
age Bros, will use city water for
»■'me uth«-i »tr««««t»
Incidental solos by Mrs Don Zum
(’ouncllnuin ('nateli called atten walt aud Mrs Eugene II Henry
wider it contempt of court for tbe known th«- world over a» the "Empire
necessary action was taken
tion of th« council to the wording of
"Abide With Me” (Liddle); .Mrs County Court to mak«« any order with Builder"; a man who has built rail-
the resolution, calling for unanlmoue Harry Caden
a view of testing this matter before roads and developed a great d«-.l ofj have theories that they have never
>te of all th« louncilmen Council
thia magnificent country ot ours. Carried out t.heories that would not FRACTIOUS COW BREAKS
"Th«« Lost Chord” (Sullivan); the the Supreme Court.
man Wllllt» we» absent. but City At Sliakesi>«>arc quartet
"There ceeme to me to be three Jas. . HID Is now a man of about 7 4 help. They want to conserve for
A MILKER'S UG
torney Drake aald that th« wording
"Elizabeth's Prayer,” from Taun- larg«« questions Involved right on the years of age, and while he would somebody. 1 do not know who they
was In compliance of what he called hauger I Wagner). M««»danics Zutn- surface, although there may I m * oth have been glad to have made 'hfs trip want to conserve for. Conservation
Dr. Hamilton was summoned to
the "socialisti«- act" of 1907. lie »aid wailt, Henry, (lutes.
ers. These are:
through Central Oregon, he was phy is right In its right and proper place, the W. W. Masten ranch last Friday
the reaolutlon »<» drawn principally! "O, Divine Redeemer” (Gounod);
"First: Can the county convey Its sically unable to do so. He sent his but there must be a development go to place in splints the broken leg of
•<i that th« company would not for-1 Mrs Hirdeau Eraker Gambell.
title to the present site?
son, Louis Hill, to represent him; a with it. The people of the East have B. C. Bradshaw. Bradshaw started to
. «t thut It wna bound to naalat In pav
"Second: Can It remove the court man who look», acts and talks like a used up their natural resources, and milk one of the cows this morning, to
"Crucifix i Enure), Mrs Don J.
Ing the atn-et.
Zumwalt. Mrs Eugene II Henry; ac house to another part of tbe city?
farmer. I think that he has a farm now they find that the West still has which operation she strenuously ob
Major Worden »aid his company companists, Mrs. Burge Mason. Mrs.
•'Third: Can It spend money for of 600 acres of his own. and he has | them. They want to conserve what jected. She landed a vicious kick on
« x|>ecto<l to auk for a new franchl»* I 8. Vorheee. Mrs Oliver Gates.
building a courthouse out of a special been kind enough to say that he has is in the West because there is none the milker's anatomy, and not satis
• liortly anyway It 1« understood
"By the Waters of Babylon” (Neid- fund while the county Is still in seen farms in his ride today that are in the East. That is hardly fair to fied with the results, stepped on bis
that there 1» some question a« to th« linger); the Shakespeare quartet.
far and away better than, the little the West. I think (hat each
Milldlty of th« present franchl»«-.
Some right leg, breaking It between the
Judge Drake, who with Benson A farm of his. Mr. Hill i» pretty tired,
"Thero Is a Green Hill Ear Away"
ankle and knee. No other injuries
Mayor Sanderson suggested Junl (Gounod) Mr. L. I. Stein
Stone, reprt'sents the County Court la after his 9,000 mile trip in Cetftral arrangement should be made in each
were inflicted. The doctor reduced
l»-r street as the best place to begin
"Lift Thine Eyes” ( Menheisaohn) this case, said that he would be glad Oregon, but he will have something
the fracture, and left the patient rest
tearing up the tracks, and Major Mcsdames Zumwalt, Henry. Gates
to have the issue settled by the Su to say
J do not believe he will the public lands could be returned to ing as comfortably as circumstances
Worden agreed to start wherever th«-
"Ave Marie" Isatin words (Gou preme Court, and C. F. Stone of Ben promise to build a railroad through the state and used for good roads. would permit.
son & Atone said the same thing here across every farm, but we have You will need wagon roads more
nod); Mrs Don J. Zumwalt.
Ro if you want to take a picture of
”1 Waited (or th«« lx»rd” (Mendels Both attorneys qualified their agree- j hojie» that he will. If be has to put than railroads. We are building a
or ride ou one of Klamath Kails' sohn); Mrs Gambell. Mis» Flora ment, however, with the condition <
up the money we will have to take, railroad in the Deschutes valley, and An enterprising exchange has a long
> '«rue car» you better do so within th«- Mnsten
I am certain that there will be two catalogue for work for rainy days;
that Murdock's attorneys. J. C. Rute-1 of course, what be gives us.
««it few day» After that they will
out of every three stations that you but then, who wants to work on rainy
"Home. Sweet Home" (Root); the nick and F. H. Mills, should present
Mr Hill—Ladies and gentlemen of
have gon« Into th« limbo of thing» Shak<«»p«are quartet.
the can«' squarely before the court., Klamath County, it is rather difficult could not reach by wagon, and it is days?
¡‘«rgotten, for when cars are again 1
up to somebody to build them. You
nnd not on any side issues.
for me to show against such attrac should pay attention to wagon roads
■ perated here they will be of modern
Attorney Mills intimated that the
kl.lMATH PEOPLE HELI.
RELINQUISHMENT FOR SALE
tions as you have just had on this
make and propulsion
We are building some to get in our
CALIFORNIA HOLDINGS plaintiff's contention would bo that , platform.
What kind of power will be used |
supplies. The settlers will get the
an election had already been held, nt '
160 acres of land near railroad.
I will have to be, I find, a little benefit, but it is not for railroads to
l as not yet been decided, though the
E A Smith received word Sun which it was decided to retain the
cabin and barn, for >300. Running
«llrwtora nre considering the Edison day that San Francisco agent’, who courthouse In Its present location, and careful of what I say In Klamath build wagon roads. Some one else
stream. I have about eight home
storage battery car quite seriously held an option on the family proper Rutenic Mid Hint if necessary he Falls. As I came down on the boat I will have to do that. Fortunately
steads, level and good running water.
This kind of car does away with the ty of 360 acres intle Turlock Ir 'ga would Introduce the call for the elec- > tried to keep awake, but apparently for this state you have not too manv
For particulars write to
i ccesalty for trolley poles or wire» llon district In the San Joaquin val tion, signed by the County Judge to I must have gone asleep and talked ra 11 roads. You have some very good
in my sleep, because I found in the wagon roads, all you need is a little
■ ntlrely. If th«« Edison car Is adopt- ley h.-id sold IE«« trac for a little over prove it.
C rescent , O rbcon
• <1 Klamath Kall» will be the first city 130.000 on behalf of the Smiths.
work on them. Your main highways
Attorney Stone intimated that the
- n the Pncifie Coast, so far as known.
must be improved and made very im
Th«« property ha» been in the Smith County Court's answer to th«» suit
GOOD SEED RYE
:<> have them. That. too. will be no family's hands for the past 50 years. would be a gem-ial denial, and Judge startling news and things that were portant.
mail advertisement for thia city
Mrs Ellxa Smith and her two sons. Drak<> suggested that the case be pre as new to me as they were to the
400 busbels of good seed rye for
MANY INJURED BY
E A. ami W. T Smith, ar«> the bene
sale, >1.75 per hundred at ranch.
EXPLOSION IN CUBA 2-3-tf
»EU ELL is MOON SKATED to GO ficiaries of the a.,I««. The ranch is to Court to build the new courthouse Now. that may be good for Klamath
JOHN DE PUT.
Im subdivided into ten aud tw uly anywhere cis than the town of Link-
Hopkins Ranch, near Midland.
Ignorant Native» B«4i««ve It R«*»ult of
lleorganlzatlon of lie« laiiiati«>ii Seri. acre tracts by the new purchasers.
vllle, which was created by act of do not think anything like that is
Th«« Comet's A’isit
Ice I» S<'li<slolcd This Hinunter
"lain«! is lioomlng In prices down l«'ktalalure many years ago the seat of
A FFW BARGAINS.
there now," raid F A Smith to a Kinmath county. If this was done, he that kind occurs in our country it is United Press Service.
slgn.ly location, >1600.
always necessary for me to correct
HAVANA. May 19.—A strong force Can loan >750 cn the deal.
JO. The llerald reporter today. "Three years Intimated, the County Court could re th«' impression, as I want m,v word
A nice cottage with bath, large
long threatened reorganization of the ago It was going begging; now you ply that the town of Linkville Is now to be good. If I make the promise of picked rural guards reached Pinar
Unite«! Stat«» reclamation service is lean »»•«■ what it is sellirg for. The the city of Klamath Falls. He also or statement that the Great Northern Del Rio today, the officials of that lot, >1700. A good buy.
<leclar««d there was no question about
A large residence, fir.e lot. >3500.
section fearing the possibility of an
scheduled to take place ««arly In the ranch han been in our family for
the right of the County Court to np- money will put a railroad in here as uprising following the dynamite ex
Three cottages on three lots. R oods
approaching summer; It may »tart
proprlatc th«> money for the new
soonet Frederick II Newell, direct go. but we thought It wls«« to sell
that you people would believe me. plosion which killed over a hundred «ncug'n for another cottage; |125>
MASON A SLOUGH.
and wounded several hundred more,
or. and Arthur P. Davis, chief en kl-
Judge Noland advised strongly If that were true the road would get besides wrecking the garrison.
n«er, are expecting to b«> let out at
against going to the Supreme Court here very soon, but I do not recall
Many of the injured are expected
any time, and their expectation» will BANDMMEN VltE «BEAT HOSTS
In a wrangling spirit, and said that ' ever having made such a statement, to die. Officials believe the explosion
he realised as soon ns sultnble men
The members of the Klamath Falls that was like one boy daring another
was accidental, but fear revolution
ar«« found to succeed them
Brass Band gave an excursion Sun 1 to do something and the other reply only proper to tell you so now. I am ists might make it the opportunity for
"(IlclalM connected with the Washing
ton office wilt probably be dispensed day on the Upper lake that will ing that if the first one did so he the country. We are building in an uprising. The cause of the explo
would do something else.
sion is being investigated, but the
with, ns well as some of the engineers long I m « remembered by those who
"You never want to trifle with the Central Oregon; we haven't built
were fortunate enough to bo fellow
In the field.
men who were employed in transfer
Supreme Court," added Judge Noland
passengers of th«» band boys.
ring the explosives were all killed,
There I h absolute lack of harmony
Whll«> It was a warm day on shore, "Trifle with this court all you want arc looking over the country to see if and there is little likelihood of much
between the leading officials of the
to, but at the present time I feel like
lectamntion service and Secretary It was very pleasant on the lake, and
everyone was well entertained. The saying this: If it develops Into a a railroad.
Ballinger This condition la Intoler
When dealing with a deli
fight that goes on for ten years or
SCHOONER BURNED OFF
« > cate organ like the eye there
able, for the direction of the work of steamer Winema carried over 200
people for the trip, 208 tickets being more, as such fights sometimes do, I
THE OREGON COAST « > should be nothing left to
'he reclamation service Is In the
This will net the bandsmen don't want to feel that I've been re for a town to build into, I do not
hands of th«» secretary of th«« Interior,
something over 1100. There was mu miss in my duty to try to bring about think. from what I can learn, that Crew Tah««s to Simili Boat and latnds
who, by law, has general charge of
sic galore and some of the more en a settlement. Portland and other Klamath Falls would be a good place
Safely After Seven* Struggle
'he government Irrigation work, and
The science of optics pro- '
thusiastic ones ar«> clamoring for cities have taken up test cases in that to start in.
< > vides the most precise mechan- I
«> long as this condition exists, aatis-
another "band boys’ excursion" way, and the matter is speedily de-
lea) devices for measuring the <
(actory results cannot be obtained
own the town» and run them, but
NEWPORT, Ore.. Maj 20.—Cap < < « I eye defects.
already. A good many fish were termlnetl by the Supreme Court.
President Taft Is fully aware of
Finally Judge Drak«' said that down here apparently the railroads tain Gus Peterson, wife and crew of « >
caught by the excursionists.
the situation, and it Is known on reli
Judge Benson would b«» home this have a hand in them. Now. I would nineteen men arrived in Newport to « >
able authority that he has given his HOI Til WORTH SELIM HIS
Having these necessary ap- <
evening, nnd they would try to pre i ot want to interfere with anybody'.» day. bringing the news of the burning « >
pliances and being skilleld in <
issent to a reorganization, and will
UPPER LAKE SWAMP LAND sent some plan of action before the town, if It is a railroad town, and of the »chooner J. Marhoffer Wednes
their use, we do not hesitate to J
welcome the chnngc of alate. In the
that Is one thing we will have to con- day afternoon. The ship was an oil
court on Wednesday morning
you to come to ns with
selection of new officers he probably
P B Southworth Eriday closed a
■ sider. Klamath Falls Heetns to be a burner, and burned to the water's
your eye troubles.
will defer very largely to Secretary deal whereby he disposes of 330 acre»
railroad town from the standpoint of edge All got aboard a small boat,
Ballinger, for he not only hat confi of swamp land located In Shoalwater
railroad officials having property in and started to row to Newport, seven
dence In the secretary's Judgment, bay on the Upper lake. The land ad
Any day is the right day, as ‘ ’
Mi»» Oka Swingle entertained th«« terests here, additions In which they teen miles distant. One of the crew
far as we are concerned.
but believes that m«n selected by the joins the Griffith property at Eagle member» of the High School Senior are intt'rested. Now, you can imagine died of exhaustion and exposure be-
• cretary will work tn hnrmony with Ridge. and was purchased by Dudley class at a luncheon Sunday. The en what results we would obtain if we fore reaching land
i tm. So far as can be learned, no F. Clark of Portland. The price wt«s tertainment was given at the home of were to try to secure station grounds
H. J. WINTERS
»itccovsors to present officials have 17,000, and Is considered remarkably Miss Swingle, and besld«' th«' mem through the portion of the city that
Many a woman as sharp as a brier
Gmdiiatc and State I legist emi
«1 been chosen, and It may l><* a ma - low for land so favorably located, and bers of the class Mr and Mrs. Swin 1» owned by some other railroad, at the bargain counter has been
t« r of many weeks before tho seerc- Mr. Clark is to be congratulated In gle and Mr. Vallandigham were pres which would not do a great deal to obliged to confess tltht she was fooled
tary is ready to submit his recommen- necurlng it at that figure
tnconrage us in our work of dovel- in the selection of a husband
SOON IO GO