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to be shipped III livre to lie futtend
foi at the «-xpt'ns«» of Wallace county,
lust vail of living tulse«l In this county,
Kansas. he recalled the name of his
us they are ut present.
cousin. George Whaley of Endon.
• So muii.i of the older stockinet)
George Whaley brought him home
IR. E. WATTENBURG WILL IIUII.D
uro uelllng off th^lr
le ut the pros
SENATOR ABRAHAM THINKS HE today.
ODD FELUtWH’ TEMPLE
Henry Whaley Is 57 year« old He
ent high price* atiti going Into some
CAN IMPROVE IT
left Eudora, Kans., thirty y«>ars ago.
other line of business that th« Hour««'
and went West to seek his fortune.
of supply Is growing smaller und nt
« oat Will I m - *tt,2AO. ami the St rul A Delightful Musical Evvniug I»
the Hume lime the demand iu increas
Mould ■‘rcserv** Party Orgunisutien Fifteen years ago the last letter came
lìi r,' Will II«- Built of Brick
Enjoyed by Those Who W««re
from him to his sister. Mrs. Sarah
ing. The only solution thut I «an
nnd Eliminate “Bad Fes tu re*"
tcording to Plan**
Penry. now at laincaster. Maim*. 11«'
for the problem is to raise a high
of law as It Now Stands
was then working in a Washington
er grade of stuck flint will furnlHh
logging camp, but wrote that he in
more meat per anliiial mid feed them
Th«' contract for the construction
The b«'aiitltul home - of Mr. und in a more «clentlAc manner than ha*
Amendments to Oregon's direct tended sailing soon for South Amer
of tin' Odd Fellows’ Temple, which Is M i - h . Iltirge M hhoii »an the *ccne of been necuasmy heretofore.
primary law, designed to preservt* ica. giving the name of the ship.
to b«> built on the corner of Fifth and one of the most delightful musicul
"The man who lias money enough
party organization, eliminate many
1 Main stnx'ts In this city, was Thurs- gatherlngH last night that has been to go into the cuttle business mid
bad features of the measure as it
Whaley cannot remember ' day let to R E. Wattenburg and the held in thiH city tor a long time. It conduct It In the proper way will
stands, and preclude, as nearly as board
sailed for South America I contract und bonds were drawn up was the recital In honor of Mr. Rollin make ull kind* of money hereafter,
possible, fraud in registration, are
Hnd signed that evening.
i uh tlivr«- w III nlways l><* it demand for
propost-d by Albi'rt Abraham, state or not. He remembers being marrie«!
Th«- structure will b« built of brick,
The following I h th«- program ren- his product* ami the prices are bound
senator, of Roseburg. Senator Abra
and th«* cost is to b«> «41.250 com dered:
to Im high. While we are well ■up-
ham is in Portland, and brought with So far as he knows, h«' never marriedI
"My Rosary" (Kthelbert Nevin), piled with good slock ut present It
him copies of the Hinman-Green and
Th«' lowest bid tendered for re Shakespeare quartet.
Deep scars on Whaley* head lead
will not be *o very long before the
Cobb compromise primary laws pro
concrete material was «45.-
“Foar Not Ye. O Israel” (Dudley supplying of the demand for meat
posed in New York, says the Ore to the th«'ory that he may have been
slugg«*d and robbed. An operation 995. and that was beyond th«' sum Buck). Rollin M. Pease
will lie u HvrlotiH problem, und one
which th«> building committee of the
will detusud lureful considera
These bills in the main bore the in
association had considered as the Mr». Don J. Zumwalt.
tion. I woukt like to see more men
dorsement of Pr«*sident Taft, ex- delinquency is caused by pressure on
limit of cost.
(a). "Shadows" (Carrie Jacobs- going Into th«> stock raising business,
Presldent Roosevelt and Governor his brain.
The committee informed th«> con Bond); (b). "The Worldb Hog* as I know there would be money In
Hughes, and the amendments pro
PO8TOFFICE HERI-: MAKES
tractors who were here that th«* re Men Set Their Hearts Upon (Lila it for them, and it would mean much
posed by Senator Abraham are taken
A noon SHOWING inforced concrete bids were too high, l.-hmann) Mrs. Oll»-er R. Gate*.
to this portion of the state."
from the bills.
and that if they desired to submit
“Infellce" (Verdi), Rollin M
"I intend introducing them in the Nearly Twelve Thousand Money Or-
bids for other material they could do Pease.
next session of the state legislature,"
«lers Issued and Over Tims-
so. F. L. Siam man of Residing. R.
(a). "Du Bist de Ruh" (Hchubcrt-
he said. "I believe we ought to take
Thousand IN« id
E Wattenburg and \V. P. McMillan l.isxt); (bl. Etude In F Shurp
advantage of the study and thought
of this city submitted bids, and Mr. Major (Arensky), Mina Wilma Wag S«' i-«*k to Recover VIA ( liiiliied Io IU
that these measures represent."
The following report of the busi- Wattenburg’s bid being the lowest
Due for Nervier»—They Ar,'
Three central ideas are to be In ness transacted by the local post-
he was awarded the contract.
Award«-,! Thut Hum
(a). "Were I Gardener" (C.
cluded in the amendments, he said. office would be a credit to a city twice
The blds received were:
One of these provides the manner in the site of Klamath Falls:
R. E Wattenburg. «41.250; W. P. cret" (R. Huntington Woodmnn)
Friday night the suit of J. M Ells
which the names of candidates in the
R«*ceipts for quarter ending June McMillan. »41.962; F L. Scamman.
Mrs. Don J. Zumwalt.
worth und Georg«* Mitchell against ().
primary may b«* placed on th«' ballot, 3®. 190». 12,436.69
(a). "Mother, o' Mine" (Frank E I' McKeinI ic. ut .Merrill fol «15
its purpose being two-fold. One is
Report for year ending June 30/ The contract calls for the comple
Tours); (b). "Storm and Hun- for service« for the ln»i«'cllon of a
to preserve party organization, and 1909. «6,805.5».
tion of th«* structure by January 1. shine" (Dudley Buck I. Rollin M lot of sh«*ep belonging to the latter,
the other intends the selection of th«'
Receipts for quarter ending June 1911.
was ducidud iu favor of the plaintiffs,
best material for party candidates.
30. 1910, «3.092.32.
When completed the Odd Fellows
Violiu Solo (selected). Robert I und Judgment was given them for the
This is to be accomplished by- an
Receipts for year ending June 30,1 of this city will have on«* of the fini'st
SIS sought and costs. On February
autboriz«>d committee of each party. 1910. «11.746.76.
lodge homes in th«* state, and one
"Annie l-aurle" (Dudley Huck), 17th a herder In charge of a bund of
At each primary election
is pro-: Money orders issued year ending
which will be a credit to Klamath Shake-vp«-are quartet.
sheep which Mr. McKendree was pre
ro«ed each precin«^ «anti effect men ‘ June 30. 1910. 11.887.
Falls and the whole county.
paring to have shipped lulled upon
to serve on the party- committee, This- Money orders paid year ending
The building will be 68 feet on
Mr. Mitchell and naked him to inspect
committee is to meet before the next June 30. 1910. 3,406.
ANOTHER AVIATOR DEAD
Main street and 106 feet on Fifth
He did so. nnd sent the bill,
irimary election and raake recom
Letters and parcels registered year street. There is to be a full basem«>nt
SIS. to Mr. McKendree, who refused
United Press Service.
mendations of names as party candi ending June 30, 1910, 3,506.
and the first floor will be divided Into
LONDON. July 15 - Router* to put It. giving us hla reason th|
dates. This, however, does toot bar
transit (passed’ three store rooms. The second floor
Ghent dispatch say* that Daniel Kin- fact thut h<- had not authorised the
others from becoming candidates in through this office), 9,764.
will contain twentv-two offices ar ett. the Belgian aviator, is dead.
man to make such u request
the same manner as is now followed
ranged singly and en suite. The
It was mrewsary that the sheep be
Kinett was injured Sunday by a
by petition, but the party reconi- NEW AUTOMOBILE FOR
third floor will contain two lodge fall with his bioplane whll«» flying at Inspected before they could be ship-
mended candidates are to be given a
rooms, a banquet hall and kitchen a great height. The rudder of the ped out of the state, but It was the
preferential place on the ballot.
and an abundanc«* of locker and para machine broke, causing him to loa«' duty of th«' foderal Inspector to do
It is proposed also to abolish the W. E. Clapp Will I*ut ou a Five-Pa1
control, and machine und man were that. He Inspected the herd later,
printing of slogans opposite the
senger Car Next Monday
The new two-story building which dashed to the ground The fact that however, but after Mr. Mitchell hud
names of candidates excepting as to
L. F. Willits is to «»reel on the lot he was not killed instantly was con- performed hl* labors.
position on Statement 1. Another
W. E. Clapp arrived from San
Justice Miller awarded the claim
proposed amendment contemplates Francisco Thursday night with a new where the Masonic hall now stands aidered almost a miracle.
of the plaintiff und th«1 costs of the
doing away with the practice of per five-passe tiger, 50-horsepower Stev will be constructed of the same ma- (
sons not in sympathy with a party ens-Duryea automobile, which h<? terial as the Odd Fellows' temple.
OIK I. OF 17 A MANTER
A notice of appeal was given
registering as members of such party. started on th«* run between this < tt) and when it is completed the whole
M Manning wus attorney for
After the party affiliations of the and Lakeview Monday morning.
Graduate lh'gree Granted to u
of one building, with the exception Post
while Thomas Drake ap
registered voters are made known,
Child by U. of M.
He left San Francisco with
anyone has the right to question the machine Monday morning, and made
sincerity of any voter in the state the run to Redding, 264 miles, in 9% stories instead of three.
ANN ARBOR. Mich . July 15 —The
This building is to be 50x106 feet,
DEMANDS OF MEN ARE
ment of his politics and through the hours. The road between those two
i>erson ever to take a Mas
REFINED BY RAILROAD
party machinery to take up the mat places is excellent. From Redding
ter of Arts degree from the Univers
ter in a summary way with a court he took several Commercial travelers main floor and office rooms on the ity of Michigan, and possibly from
PHILADELPHIA. July 15. Th«v
■ >f competent jurisdiction and have to Alturas and other interior towns t e«'ond floor.
The entire front of the lower floors auy university in th«- United Stat«**, I* Pennsylvania Railroad company is-
the name canceled if the voter is before reaching Klamath Falls.
Miss Dorotba Jones of Harrisburg. sued a statement this afternoon In
lalsely registered. This would do I With the new machine he has just of the two buildings, both on the Pa. She was 17 years old when she
which it I* d«M'lar**<l thut negotiations
away, it is thought, with insincerity purchased Mr. Clapp will have two
passed her examinations bore re- were all off. The company says that
and fraud in party registration, as machines on the Lakeview run. and
the men wanted eleven, twelve and
it is said to have had that effect in will have a car leave here each day an abundance of light.
thirteen hour«' pay for ten hours'
New York state.
and also one from Lakevtew coming
work. an<l that they demanded higher
"It is ««sential, in order to get a this way.
pay that the New York Central or the
full understanding of the excellency
Baltimore and Ohl* were paying. The
of the Hughes play of party commit PLEASl RE TRIP TO
committee has resolved to
tee recommendations to describe the
UPPER LAKE POINTS
MURDERER OF WIFE BELIEVED
stand firm in their demands.
method of procedure under which
TO AMEND PRIMARY LAW
EXCELLENT PROGRAM IS MEO
UNITE TO INSTALL OFFICERS
Huliirduy the luetubers of Ewauuu
Camp No. 79». Woodmen of the
World, und Ewnuitu Circle No. 647.*
Women of WtMtdi-rufl, united in a
joint Installation of officers, mid the
officluls who will niunugc th«- nffnirs
of the two lodge* were Inducted Into
office with elaborate ceremonies. The
officers of the Woodmen Ul-e
I’ust Consul Commander F. T
Consul Commander t'.W.Thoma*.
A. L. - J. I I* Bonham
Escort -A. D. McCoy.
Watch man It. M Held
Sentry J. ' G. Liukvnbuch.
I It It. Ilrubuker.
The officer* of Ewauna I’lrcl«», Wo
men of Woodcraft, ure:
Past Guardian Neighbor- Mrs
Guardian Neighbor Mrw. Amelia
Adviser Mm Kila Holler.
Mr* Franose Johnson
Attendant Mias Fannie Virgil.
Manager— Mr*. Maude Dolboec.
InHide Brntlnel Mm. Nancy Do-
Outlaid* Sentinel Mr*. Christina.
After the Installutlon ««■remontes
were over those present fvaitted on
Ice «-ream and cake.
Tlie «-«liability of the officers se-
lectod Insure* th«* sitcc«-** <»f the»!-
two popular order*
Th«' Klamath Falls nln< und the
Gun Store team will erdM bats on
the local ground* Hunday afternoon
In the first gam«- Ihn Klamath Fall*
hoy* havo playr<i since their victories
of th«' Fourth of July. The contest
wll be a good one. and should be well
Now share* her happineas
and »blue* resplendent,
along with our line of
Mi* ARK LI NG CUT GIRAMI,
ANU HM K HILVKR,
All are appropriate wed-
ding present* , and she
will not be happy until
she gets them.
TO BE IN HIDING
SEE ATTO LINE
A party of Klamath Falls people,;
GET VUR PRICES
consisting of Mr. aud Mrs. Brubaker.'
Mr. and Mr«. W. H. Doibeer. Mr. and Police Fear Conviction Owing to Dii- Klniiuith Butcher Iti-late* Nosnr P«*r-
NEWARK. Ohio. July 14
Fore < < > ►
Mrs. Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Me-j
stalling th«* threatened ousting by
I inent Fact* Concerning th«-
licultjr of Identifying the
Millan, Mr. and Mrs. O.M.Hector,Miss
Governor llarmon for hl* actions, or
Nellie Morey, Miss Jane Wilson. Ed
lack of action, in the recent lynching < I > I
Vanice and Chari -s Wilson s|>ont
| of Carl Etherington. the nnti-sal«>on I > For Wedding Presents
Vanice and Charles Wilson will spend 1
While C. B. Crisler, the Klamath I detective. Mayor Atherton today re
chartered the Curlew and went i LONDON. July 15. —Scotland Yard
Falls butcher, was talking with a signed.
go to Rocky Point for iunch. and! officials have abandoned the theory
Republican re|>orter Friday som«: in-:
after enjoying a pleasant afternoon
foresting facts concerning the im-1
they stopped at Eagle Ridge fori have left England. They are con
portant question of the supply of
dinner on their way back.
, don. Developments show that the m«*at for the < itizens of the city were,
couple have been under surveillance brought out.
WILL HAVE PLANS
i Unless somctliing is done very
READY IN TWO WEEKS for some tim«».
At the inquest tomorrow Dr. Pop-1 soon to raise more cattle In Klamath
exp«K5ts to show that Mrs. Crip-1 county, al the rate that p«N>ple are
G. E. McDonald Working on Specifi
coming in here there won't be stock
pen had died by poison
A. choice line of invent-
cations of the New Hotel at
The dissection of the body by the enough to supply the local market
Third and Main
mentn tt&ot will make
. murderer was evidently an after- raised in this county," said Mr. Cris- I
G. E. McDonald is busy with the ( thought with the intention to facili
plans for the new hotel at the corner tate the action of the quicklime, ing shipped out to other cities that
of Third and Main streets, and will j Many of the larger txyni-s bad been there will not be enough to go around
have them ready in about two weeks ! removed as it was known that they within a very short time. I can safe
ly say that unless more cattle are
Bids will then be called for for the ' would not quickly dissolve
erection of the building
The police believe that Crippen raised here than at present the
ft will be reinforced concrete, fire killed his wife February 2d. when he cattlemen will have to import feeders
proof, class "A” structure and con wrote his step-sister that she had within less than five years to supply
tain 100 sleeping rooms. Eighteen gone to Los Angeles.
th«- local demand
"Before the railroad cam«: hen- it
of the rooms will have baths in con
After the death of Mrs. Crippen
nection therewith, and the n.tes will Miss T^?nevt appeared in public did not pay to take less than seven
be from «1 up. Each room will have wearing Mrs Crippen's furs and Jew or eight carloads to the nearest ship
ping point, and cons«*iuently more
a clothes closet, and th«!re will be elry.
outside fire «»scapes opposite each
The police fear th«rc will be dif «■attle remain«-«! In the county than
fleuity in convicting Crippen owing they do now. At present the buyers
to the body being so badly deconi- can come here and buy twenty or I
posed that it will be almost Impos- twenty-five head and procure a car I
front the railroad and send them to (>
to legally identify it.
I the city markets. They could not do l>
SAN FRANCISCO. July 15.—The
that before the railroad came, as it I
l-.anHaK Man W anders Alxiut for Tliir- agent of the Pacific Mail Steamship
would cost too much to drive that
tem Years With His Mind
golia is ashore near Okotsu, Japan.
small lot so far. Now that the rail-
The Mongolia was bound for Yoko
road is here many small lots are
WASHINGTON. D. C„ July 14
EUDORA, Kans., July 15.—Henry hama, from Shimadeu, and thence to The Interstate Commerce Commis bought up by outsiders and shipped
Whaley, once a farmer near Eudora, America. The steamer went aground sion has annotin<«d its Intention to away, and thus th«- market is kept
MRS. M. McMILLAN, Prop’r.
returned home today after being this morning about 3 o’clock. It is suspend all the tariffs making any drained of the best cattle.
mourned as dead for fifteen years thought that it will take about three important general rate advances
"LMt year there were killed in ¡i Modern improve me nt». .
7.3 rooms nnd suites
For thirteen of these years his mind days to remove her cargo to lighten pending the Investigation of the rea this county and sold here about 1,500
Parlors, Two Club
has been a blank. He could not re the ship, so she will float. No dam son for the advance The decision head of beef cattle, 1,200 bead of
member who he was. For the lart age is reported to the hull or en affects the Increases which had been hogs, 400 head of sheep and 400
two years he has drifted from one gines, and she will probably be ab'o postponed until after President Taft’s head of veal. At the rate the peo
count, poorhouse to another.
to resume her voyage as soon as railroad conference and also the rates ple are coming in here it will not be
SPECIAL RESORT FOR TOURISTS
A few days ago while being car.vl lightened.
to many parts of the country.
three years before fi-cders will have
alone the committees may act," said
Senator Abraham. "Meetings for th«
purpose of making designations are
required to be open td the public. A
roll «rail of the members of the com
mittee is completely called in alpha
betical order or in the order which
may have previously been adopt«xl
by rule, for the purpose of ascertain
ing the nam«^ of those proposed as
■ andidates. Upon such roll call each
member of the committee who desires
to propose a candidate, or candidates,
must rise and declare the name of
such candidate or candidates. Th«-
roll is then called a second time tor
voting upon the candidates proposed.
\s each name is called the member
votes and the secretary records the
vote. If any candidate receives a
majority of all the votes, which the
members of the committee are en
titled to cast, whether present or not,
such candidate is deemed designate*!
by the committee. If no one receives
a majority of the votes, the roll is
called again in like manner as the
first roll call, for the purpose of again
proposing candidates, and a vote is
then taken upon a fourth roll call in
like manner as upon the second roll.
This procedure is continued until the
proper majority is received. Record
is kept of the proceedings and is re
quired to be filed with the custodian
M ason «.S lough
MASON 4. SLOUGH