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n«d ui U conference In Boston several
weeks ago The lenders predict suc
l-ROI’OHED NTRKTIRE Wil.I, H»:
ORNAMENT TO CITY
Takes Many I’usscngers mid Mu«h
Officials Hill Nerv« for Two Years Will Re Three Ntorirs. Willi Raw-
Freight Io Agency lontling
■nent, and < on tain (in- Hun
From (I m - Dule of Their
it is the second heaviest contributor
to th« reclamation fund, and has nev
er been given a square deal by previ
ous secretaries of the Interior.
There arc but two projects In Ore
gon to which funds can lie alloted,
and it is certain Klamath can receive
nothing. This makes It obligatory
to make an allotment for the Uma
tilla extension, and in case the report
of the army engineer board Is favor
able it is now believed Secretary Bal
linger will recommend to the presi
dent that th« west side Umatilla pro
ject be built. It is estimated to cost
(2,500,000. While the whole amount
may not be allotted out of the |20,-
000,000 fund, enough will be provid
ed, If extension is authorized, to carry
the work through the present season,
and finish it with money from the reg
This Is an unexpected change on
the part of the administration, for up
to this time the Umatilla project has
not been regarded with particular
favor. Secretary Ballinger person
ally, however, wants to do what he
can for his neighboring state, and in
case the allotment is made it will be
entirely on his recommendation and
in accordance with tff« requests of
Representatives Ellis and Hawley.
IIOEY’N MACHINE MAKES
QUICK TRIP YESTERDAY
Actual Running Twin Was Four
Hour» and Fifty-Five Minutes,
Cattle llinilerrd I’rogre«»
If ull th« future trips of th« steam-
er Kluinnth are a* successful us th«
on« made on th« first trip th« busin«-«»
The record for the trip between here
The county court ha» appointed
Ground was broken Thursday
done by that popular boat will In- a* tlx- judges and clerks of election for *m th« new hotel that Is to be ererted
Lakeview was lowered Thurs
decision renih-rcd today by Judge An great ua thut which It did while •(
M. K. Temple, chief clerk
derson of th«- supreme court of th«- win running on Lake Ewuuna und
District of Columbia, th«- aserstary of Klumath river. Many paasengera und
Pacific road, made
the Interior will not hereafter be a large amount of freight was tnk«n
the trip from that city to Klamath
contract for the building, sixteen
P<-rtiiltt<-«l to hold up indefinitely land up the first trip, und the prospects appointed expiring July 1, 1912.
Falls in Are hours and thirteen min
Th«- following are the precincts and i head of horses were started on the
entries ugalnat which sp«-« Ific chnrg«« ure excellent for mi equally good run
utes, with an actual running time of
work of excavating for the basement
ar« not pending, but whenever n r««- ! ■ very day during th« sou »on
four hours and fifty-five minutes. He
The hotel will have, in addition to the
««-Iver's receipt ha» been l»»u«<| must
The steamer will leave about t>
left I-akevlew in the big Locomobile
Judges ii. G. Bussey, C. J. Swin basement, three stories. The first
pus« upon the iMuan«-«- of u patent «■'clock In the morning and »top at
40" at 6:17 in the morning and ar
within two years.
■ lie famous Eagle Itidg« tavern for
here at 11:30. having been com
Till» d«-vlslon was hund«<l down in luncheon, arriving ■ at th« Agency
pelled to stop some eighteen minutes
room and <afe, ladles' writing room
ihu care of th«» Gruntl llnplds Tlutbei lunding about noon The return trip Crowley, W. H. Pankey.
to Ax the bar of one of the lamp«
and the kitchen, In addition to these
■ ompany vs. ,*4«-cr«dary of the Interior, j^ll sturt about 1:30, and the steam
which had become loose.
Judge» 8. E Martin. E. 8 Ter- there will be a place for a drug store,
the tlmlx-r company having purchased er will stop at Eagle Ridge on the
A drove of cattle which they passed
telegraph and telephone office and a
-veral Hlletz «ntrlos in Oregon in way buck, so thut the paasengera will williger. J . P. Harter.
on th« way compelled them to lose
Clerk» G W Offleld. E E Fitch. cigar stand
IW03 In th«- full of that year a »p«-
be assured of excellent rueals eact J. H. Hobb»
several minutes, as they had to p*o
The second floor will contain a
< lai ag« nt of the laud <>tfic<< reported
way, besides being relieved of th«
ceed slowly while going through the
ihat there wus reuson to believe thia [ ti dlouwiicss of a continuous voyage
Judges Elmer Moor«-, Edward lng,,rooms The third floor will have
particular land was not taken in good I
lo t ween the upper Mnd lower shore» Freuer, 8. II tlrifliih
They came by the way of th-» reser
tuith by th«- h<»m«-»fl« aders. but no
[of the lake The steamer will arrive
vation road, pairing through Bly and
< l( »K
Glen Vanmeter, F. B K«-s- employes of the hotel. Passenger
evidrie»- to »iiMtalu this »uaplclon was
beic about 5 o'clock In the afternoon, ter. Vivian Evans
Dairy, and the speedometer showed
and freight «levators will serve all I
Nevertheless the depart-
“Why do I do that? Why,” said they had traveled a distance of nine
thus giving passengers ample time *o
in«nt l»u» slnt«* refused to
i < t ready for dinner
Judges L. J Bauman. D. II Nlch- phones In each room is being serious a busy business man who was spend- ty-nine miles.
Ing a lot of time picking at a knot
The auto line which the Klamath ols. R. 1 Kllgore
The record set by W. E. Clapp of
ly considered, with the probability
Rcent ly the Morrrtary of th«* inter- conniM-ts with runs from the Agency
in a cord around a bundle in an ef five hours and twenty minutes was
that the innovation will be adopted.
lor dir«*ct* <1 th«- cancellation of ' those landing to Crater lake and
fort to untie it." “I do that to disci lowered by seven minutes, but the
return F. J. Bowne.
There will be- one hundred guests
partlc«tlar entries, and
end the Grand
pline myself. I used to slash a bun actual running time which they made
[ I’rorn the lake another line runs to
West KluinaUi Fall»
rooms, about one-half of which will
Rapid» company, an innocent pur- I 1 Medford and return, no that persons
dle open, always, but I found it didn't in reality lowered the record twenty-
«baser tlirough Attorneys Duan« K can see th« famous resort and lose
pay. I did everything that way then, five minutes.
be so situated as to be- placed «-n suite
F’ox and Franklin Boughton Fox of but little time by coming by way of Withrow. Chari«*« Hunt
rip. smash, high pressure al) the
The building Is to be heated with the
Washington, filed suit for injunction Klamath Falls
all keyed up and on the jump
Bubi». W W. Baldwin.
waters of the hot springs, and it will
f TART WORK OS THE
to prevent cancellation, asserting that
long. I never knew what it
be piped to every room in the hotel.
NEW HENLEY SCHOOL
no protest had Ix-en made ngalnat the
Judge» C. C Jackson G 8. Hoyt, «Exteriorly the hotel will present an was Ao be calm, and then I found it
■ ntrle» within two year», as required
oAate appearance, so attractive as to was wearing on me, and then, too, it Bly School Will Also B-- Begun in a
by th«- net of March 3. 1R9I. for th«»
compel the admiration. Stufco will struck me that it wasn't the best way,
Short Time—Haul Mstcr'al
-perlal agent a r«-port. while made < rop» H ill
; sig. E V. Looaley.
enter principally into its construction. that I'd do better if I went slow oc
withlL two years from th«- issuance of
The plans and specifications for
ihe receiver's receipt, was not suff)
Judges -I, G. Brown, D. M. Grlf- this hotel were prepared by Ben Mc- self time to think. Then I stopped
Th«» streots of Klamath Fails were
Burrell & Marschand, who have
■ t«»nt in law, In Jhat it failed to show
Dougal, the- famous architect of San slashing bundles open and began un been awarded the contract to build
wberelu I hi* «nt rich were mad« in crow«|ed with farmers from various 1 lith. M H W ampler.
Clerk» — F P. Courtade. Carl Francisco.
A perspective of the
parts of the country during the cel«^
violation of law
lose time by this, but I gain in other the Henley school house, nine miles
on exhibition in the
Th e secretary fil' d a demurrer, al-
ways. I find in it a helpful exercise southeast of this city, started hanling
office of th« Hotel Livermore.
i«glng thut tit)« to the land was lH the sound of th«* mowing muchin«» is
of my power of self-control and. to material to that place Friday, and
the United States, which cannot i.. being heard in the fields and the till Judge» H Snow goose Dun Gordon,
get the knot untied, to keep cool and will start work tomorrow erecting the
ued. thnl the courts cannot interfere ers of th« soli are making up for the R. W. Tower
SEEKING CHILDREN TO
accomplish this task calmly, I find is new structure.
Clerk» Ben K- rns. Brice McCor-
They also have the contract for the
with th«1 secretary while tho land re time they lost while celebrating tho
PLACE IN (¡OOP HOMES something not only helpful but grati
mack. George Ager.
Bly school, which they will begin
mains unpnt' iited. and that the report nation's birthday here.
in all parts ot th«* county alfalfa
work on as soon as possible.
of a special agent wa» filed within
4<«l>r>wcntalivc of tin- California Chil
Sherman. G G. An
the meaning of the act. and that "If
dren’s Home Finding Society
the argument lh support of the secre- largest crops that has ever been har derson, W. L Welch
Where Sb»- Foand Comfort
Ameodtog the Game L aws
Clerks Charles Flackus, Charles
’ary's demurrer were allowed to pr«*- vested In this part of the slate
stab of sound made the
Th«- last rain followed by the pres E Drew. Fred Beck
vai). th« act of congress would be
Miss I McCullough, representing backwoods of Rhode Island, testi helpless air waves shudder.
without fore« or meaning " Th«- de ent warm wrether started things to
the Children's Home Finding Society
"Great Guns, what’s that?" cried
growing, and th«- result has been that I Judges J. W. Wells, D N Andcr- of Berkeley, Cal., is in the city seek monials were requested, and a very
murer was ov«>rrul«'d
man across the way.
Judge Anderson also dlsmisacd an the crops of grain and alfalfa will
ing homeless children to place in that
“That,” replied his wife, "Is our
"I want ter tell this blessed com
injunction suit brought by A W Laf I
intaitution, where they will be pro pany," her voice quavered, “that I neighbor, Miss Screech, singing at
Chari«*» J. Powne
ferty of Portland, on behalf of Hal the farmers of this county.
vided with good homes and looked have rheumatiz in my back, rbeuma- the open window.”
East Klamath Fall.»
Quite a large amount of alfalfa
verson an<1 eleven other Siletz entry-
after by the officers of the association. tiz in my shoulders and rheumatiz in
The man scowled darkly.
Judges J I. Yadcn, J. W Itiwi-
men It» eleven <»f these cases th« re- has baon sold at 812 a ton. and many
The object of the society is to take my legs, and rheumatiz in my arms,
“There should be no open season
«elvers' receipts had not been issued are holding out for a higher price
children who have no homes and take but I bev ben upheld and comforted for windows in the Schreech family,"
»a required by the act of March 3.
them to Berkeley, where persons de by the beautiful Bible verse, ‘Grin he grimly declared—Cleveland Plain
Wheat and barlev is beginning to denburg W. D Cofer.
This action leave« the sec re- [
siring to adopt a child can come and and bear it.’ ”—Lippinoott's.
tary of the Interior at liberty to can- bead out. and tho crop» will be bump
secure legal possession of those who
Judge». William Barks, Abel Ady, would otherwise become objects of
««■I the entries In question if. In hi* er ones.
Tho outlook for tho farmers of this I W Jory
iudgm«ut. th«* evidence warrants
charity. The society investigates the
»Clerks J. C Furgeson. R O. Vin-
character of the persons wishing to
| portion of the state is a very encour
aging one, and the amount of money cent. H. G Fairclo.
adopt the children from the home and
which they will receive during the'
ascertain whether they are fitted to
PAYN 818.000 FINE; pr«*sent »«-ason will swell tho deposits |
Judges 8am Hill. Valentine Grif- assume the responsibility of caring
nth. M E Spencer.
for the orphans. If they are then
BAN FRANCISCO, July 9 Th« in the local banks to such an extent
that the showing will astonish less , Clerks W. A Brown. W L. Frain. they are given control of the little
Southern Pacific ha» s«>ttl«d th« nil-[
W II Grow
one. but the society still assumw
ni«rous indictments against It for al-1
more or less responsibility respecting
h ged unlawful rebating by agreeing
Judges— J Shepherd. Burt Short. the care and attention the child may
HORI.ik'S RKC4IRD BROKEN
to pay a lln« of 119,000
IN \F.ROPI»ANE FLIGHT Ellis Young
Th« fine la Imposed at the rate of i
Miss McCullough is at present at
) 1009 on «ach of eighteen counts
Flying Machin«« Bump Into Each fith. James Grimes.
the Ewauna house, corner of Fourth
Whan the fine is paid the remain- !
Other mid Are Wrwkeil—No
and Main streets, and anyone know
itig 133 count» in th« indictments will
Judges J. I. Ringo. J L. Howard, ing where a homeless child is will do
b« dismissed by ti - I'nltcd Stnt, .
W H Howard
her a favor by calling and letting her
RHEIMS. July 7
Clerks- Ed Rourk. C. J Sweet. know where the child can be found.
The company 1» gratified at getting th«- world'» record for th«* 200 kilo \\ Inti r Knight
She will be in this city for several
off so e«ay. The government official« meter aeroplane flight, making the
f days yet. There is a demand for
«Is«» ar« contented with the outcome t dlHianc«- in two hour», forty-six min
ItllWIl Hl KTS HIS THI MB
children at these homes, and it would
of the rebate prosecution
he a benefit to the child as well as a
The Southern Pacific attorney fig-
Tiier« were two mid-air collisions.
William Stark, who rode the blue favor to Miss McCullough if anyone
iired that It would cost the company I but no fatalities. One«- when twenty-
more than SIR,0(10 to fight the in I two aviators were flying simultane roan in the bucking horse context at would let her know where a child can
dictments The expense of bringing ously, Kinet bumped Petrowski's ma- , the Fourth of July celebration here, i be found who would care to be placed
witness«-« tin Its behalf from Japan In chine and th«* latter fell with his ma had his left thumb hurt again Wed- in a good home Her reason for com
the matting rate case» would alone chine wr«M-ked. Petrowski was bruised
amount to from St000 to S10.000, some. Weyman. tho American, bump his left hand was no badly broken by city is so near the California line as
It was eKtinintod
ed Aviator Lindpainter. and both a vicious horse that the bone pro to be almost within the field of oper
The government went to much ex aoroplanes fell and wore destroyed truded from the skin. He had the in ation of the society she represents.
pense in working up the various cases. [ Weyman was not hurt, but Lindpalnt- jured member dressed and rode the
horseH in the Fourth celebration with , OREGON TO SHARE
Whether the fine will cover Its outlay i er received n twisted ankle.
his thumb ti«*d up in splints. Wed
h n«M known
nesday he rode the blue roan again,
The law permits the court to fix WOMAN AVIATOR DYING
I and this time the animal did not get Ilnllinger to the Rescue— Extension
the fine at from S1000 to S30.000 for
RENUI/T OF AO-FOOT FALL
of UtnaCffla Project Westward
away as it did at the contest the
«ach off«nu«.>. In the famous Stand
Likely to Ih» Authorized
ard Oil prosecution Judge Landis im
RIIE1M8, July S.— Baroness Dela-
posed th«* maximum penalty of S20,- roche, the noted woman aviator, is car«*d to have him do. One of the1
WASHINGTON. D C. July 7
Look at the bottom of every utensil you buy and ii it bears the
ooo on «-ach count.
dying as the result of aeroplane fall mog watching him said:
J Secretary Ballinger, after giving care-
above trade mark and words “The Original Pure Illinois 1892
"Well. Rill, I guess he Is about
Had the Southern Pacific been at Betheny Plains Her machine fell
congidej-auoa ,o appeals made tc
Aluminum" you are certain cf 15 years steady service. The
found guilty on all of the Indictments eighty feet. The baroness is a thor done pitching."
him by Representatives Ellis and
makers guarantee every piece to wew that lu-.gth of time.
Mr. Stark thought so. too. but he ' Hawley before thev left for Oregon.
It would face n minimum fine of ough sportswoman, being an experi
Mure important still you will safeguard the family health by using
enced automobilist, horsewoman, mo
Had it b«*«>n found guilty and the torcyclist and aviator. She was in- another plunge, and the injured , Ron „ ent|tled t<J ,hftre |n
wximum fine b«*en put upon It on
__ ujred during the January flights, but
of the 120,000 000 irrigation
^■ry count, it would have to pay could not give up the desire to con tearing the flesh away from the bone [ fund made availabl * by congress just
and necessitating a redressing of the, . before adjournment, and It now
quer the air.
e SI8.000 fir.«» carries no heart-
The baroness has been flying for wound. However. Mr. Stark is still [seems quite likely that extension of
wh««n contrasted with these pos- ten minutes, when two pursuing ma ready to ride any horse that may be ! the Umatilla rrojec* westward with
because they can’t crack, scale, p-'«!. rjff nor famish. No
chines whirled on either side of her. brought around where he can get I a view to irrigating 60,000 acres
part.-les v. II chip oí uto ti. j food anj <ausc serious stomach
She became confused, and tried to to it.
troubles at physiv.ans say the old enamel ware will do.
more, will be authorized, an i that
alight, pulled the wrong lever, over
I part of this fund will be allotted to
1S? 2” Pure S >«:i Aluminum ú beautiful as silver, easier to
WORKERS WILL STRIKE turning her machine, a bioplane.
Dr. Wrn. L. Martin left for Oak- begin construction.
i -p «'. . i and lighter to handle. It cooks quicker, reduces
-. ... —
Both legs and arms were broken, and land Saturday, but he expects to
Secretary Ballinger points out that
c c« burning food and suves its cost in many ways.
NEWYORK. July ¡»
Fifty thou- It is believed her skull was frac return before long, as his father. Alex repeal of section nin«> of the reclama
it nd mb ibers of the International turad. She regained consciousness
’ 1oi.< v ir'unded if this ware docs not make good every
Martin Sr., is so much better that he tion act, which wag permitted without
I ..idle»' trment Workers' union in long enough to ask If her fall had in
c! urn n«ade for it.
does not believe that his presence will protest from Senators Bourne and
New Yor' Uro on strike here, and the terfered with the tests.
be needed at the Bay city very Chamberlain, relieves both the pres
We hat e a full ard attractive line, Dre
strike m l\»pread to Cleveland and
long. The many friends of Alex Mar ident and himself of any obligation
and get a I’ure Aluminum souvenir ire«
tressed wages, shorter
C. Mulkey and sister Veda, who tin Sr., as well as the doctor, will be to apportion further funds to Oregon
hours, reco^ hl Ion of the union by the have been teaching school at Fort
glad to hear that there is no longer at this time, but personally the sec
■mployers i *4 Improved conditions Klamath, were here Thursday on any need for the family to feel wor retary believes Oregon should be
are demand '*• The strike was plan- their way home.
ried over Mr. Martin's condition.
shown consideration, particularly m
Insures Your Health
1892” Pure Spun Aluminum
S. PADGETT, Keno, Ore