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for two weeks. Yesterday afternoon
which I am deeply Interested I will him In the lobby, i Phillips was two
»he w«a** feeling so well that they per
once more engage In business.**
, i doors
from the club when the man
mitted her to play around the room,
walked up, and, after a short coloquy,
l-ast night »he died very suddenly.
Naval Increase Arranged
stepped back and drew ar revolver and
< 'BA< K WHEN THE FOUNDATION
This 1» a typical cane. Where anil-
WASHINGTON, D. C„ Jan. 23.— fired the first shot.
Iosin la administered the patient
H LI 1*0
Two battleships, two colllera, eight gered back, and the other shots quick
mu at be kept quiet for a long period,
colllera, eight torpedo boat destroy ly followed. Bystanders hurried to
for the peculiar action of the anti
ers and four submarine boats consti the author's assistance, and Phillips
toxin ou th« heart demand» absolute Thousands of Yards of 9ùtrti> Are Yet Will Not Delay the Installation of the
tute the naval Increase program for gasped:
H9.TURNN MATURDAY NIGHT IN quiet Two other canoa were treated
New Ice-Mak Illg and Cold
to Hllp Into lite Illg Ditch at
nest year, under action of the hour«
"That man fired five shots at me."
tlMIXtltY OF J. H. MARTIN
with anti-toxin, both patients recov
committee on naval affairs
Before anyone could Interfere hla
assailant committed suicide, dying In
"I am very anxious that the dis
stantly. Phillips’ aaaalla-nt waa well
ease he »tamped out in the upper
The east wall of the big brick ware AUTHOR TARGET FOR REtöT- dressed and dlstingulahed appearing.
WAHHINOTON, D. 0„ Jan. 21.—
country, »nd am ln»l»tlng on the clo»- 'Continued
newspaper reports of house of the Klamath Valley Ware-
<•»1 quaruullne. I am alao very anx slides of hundreds of thousands of house and Forwarding company near
NKW YORK. Jan 23—David Gra
Wbcreaboets Discovered Through the ious that It be kept out of the city, ruble yards of earth along the banks the Southern Pacific freight depot waa
us« talking," said the
of th« Panama canal are not caus badly damaged Thursday afternoon
Publica Goa of Notice of Her
»trlct attention to canea of »ore ing a single wrinkle In the brows of when the foundation sllppped and shot and seriously wounded at the obese passenger, as he was preparing
Marriage to Stark
Princeton club by a man who after to leave the steamer. “If there Is
throat and promptly consult the fam the members of the Isthmian canal permitted the wail to settle.
ily doctor whenever any throat trou commission In this city.
WorktiMjn were excavating for the wards committed suicide by shooting anything In a man. travel is sure to
bring it out."
ble la manifested, If a little precau-
When queried In regard to the pit in whT<h the ice making machin himself In the bead.
The return of Cora Heaton, now
"Yes," rejoined the pale person,
slides, officers of the commission ery is to be placed, and In doing so
Mr» William Htark. l<> thia < lt> Hat
ton club and his assailant awaited “particularly ocean travel.”
urduy night, has revived the Interest
they expected, but their effect has recent wet weather has rendered the
In the burning of the Dave Hhook disease wherever It may appear."
Htlll more slides ground so soft that the foundation
house and barn near Dairy last May.
say, and the slipped and let the wall settle. The
and to which act Mrs Htark con-
engineers have «ven pointed out the foundation did not crumble, but slid
fessed that sb« was guilty.
The following Hat of recent real es locations whore they may be expected. jin at the bottom and let the wall
One night last Mwy the large barn
i» transfers Is
furnlahed by the ah
During December, near l-as Cas down. The brick wail Is cracked in
«■n the Dave Hhook ranch was dls-
strart flrm of Mason A Hlough
cades. the east bank slipped twice, two places from top to bottom, and
• overrd to be on fire, and the struc
Herbert J Savage to Charles P two slides having occurred at this will have to be rebuilt for a distance
ture. u large quantity of hay, several
Bray, undivided half Interest In lot ;«>lnt previously. An area of nearly of about sixty feet
The damage is
head of horses and a quantity nt
tl, 0M 1". lot 9. see. 15-23-7 U: ,10 leu acres will bo embraced In the ' estimated at 1600.
farm Implements were destroyed No
Martin Haagenson to Thomas Daley slides. It Is expected, when the move
The accident will not hinder the in
reason could be ascertained for th«
■ nd Frank Percy, W'4 HW >■» Ml
ment of earth at this point has en stallation of the ice pla-nt, aa the wall
fire and It» cause remained a mys
N U 8E% sec 6-35-15; ,10
tirely ceased Already about 500,000 ' will be rebuilt in about ten day*.
We now make four deliveries daily by
N. A. Colman to Thoma* Daley and cubic yards >< dirt has fallen into
A week later »moke wa» discovered
Issuing from the woodshed adjoining
the General City Delivery. Your pat
AMERICA INHTAL OFFICER«
the Hhook house, and lq a few min « and 7. Mff 24-3H-1O; *10
Angle Hamaker et vlr to Caroline
The slides are mainly due to an
ute« the building was wrapped In
ronage is solicited and satisfaction is
l.lakey. W% 8W% sec. 13, NH NE % upper layer of clay. This slips upon Will Have a Mortal Evening When i
flames. and It also was consumed
sec 34-38-10; *10.
They Get in Their New Quar
tbo hard rick beneath as the diddlng
guaranteed Prices as low as possible
For several weeks nothing could
Augusta Markwardt et vlr to C. A. proceeds. It will continue, say the
ters in Odd Fellow'* Temple
tie learned of the cause of the fire,
Gourley, lots 526 and 527, block 127, engineers, until the proper pitch of
and it waa not until the Heaton girl
Milla addition; *10.
Ewauna Camp No. 10090, Modern
t the »Id'1» has been reached. Mean
«onfessed that she »as the one who
Enterprise 1st nd and Investment while the »team shovel* and railroad Woodmen of America. Saturday night
started the blase that the mystery waa
company Io Chandler McCauley, be ' lacilltle» are being provided at the installed the following officer* for the
affected point», for the removal o( coming term:
11 . «tri claimed that «he set th»
Venerable Consul—Edmund ChIL |
lire at lh<* Instigation nt a woman veyed to J. I,, l-ee. which corner Is . the earth deposit*.
named Manale Jone*.Oral, who It la 263 2 feet K of E line of additional
right of way of C. A N. E . conveyed 9ALI« ON ELECTRIC «IRE
Adviser -Joe Konop.
«aid had a grudge against Mr. Hhook
by W H Mills and wife October 25.
lor an alleged Injustice said to have
1906, and 30 feet N front H line of
arisen from a sale of a horse
I NW >4 »«<■. 9-39-9; thence E parallel
NILES. Jan 21.—While engaged
It wan »aid that the girl set fir» to
Watchman—C. A. Arnold.
the barn by lighting a candle and set with and 30 feet N from H line NW V, In painting the structural Iron work
sec, I 9-39-9 427.1 feet to point 211.5 of the bridge »panning Alameda
Managers—F. Stankey for three-
ting It In the hay mow where It set
f<M-t W of E boundary and tract N.o Creek at thl* place, C. H. House of year term and Mr. 8now for the two-
fire to the hay when It had burned
Of a wife provide a proper set «
90; l thence N along W boundary of Texas slipped and fell against the year term.
low enough Hhe left the doors of the
ting for her by starting a bank ♦
tract conveyed to Crawford Hill high power tran*ml»*lon wire«, where
barn open, thinking the horses would
account for her in a- good, reli
ho lay for several seconds, hl* clothes
Physician*—Dr*. F. M. White and
leave, but they did* not do so. and
able bank like the First Trust ♦
thence HW alongside meander line the floor below, breaking hi* right
Owing to the fact that the Wood
and Savings bank. It takes a ♦
It 1» stated that the house »*«
load from her mind when she ♦
burned because the woman and the 495.7 feet to point of Intersection l‘m leg just above the knee in such a men wi!| move into the new Odd Fel-
has something to fall back on ♦
girl had taken a bottle of whisky from
social evening which had been con
in case of need. The man and ♦
a cheat In the house, and to conceal J. L. Lee; thence 8 along E boundary nently stiffened.
Finding life still in the body the templated at the night of installation
woman that spend as they go ♦
th« theft they Maturated the wood In line of said tract 1621 feet to place of
workmen carried the unconscious was postponed until a later date.
■will sorely come to sorrow. It
the shed with kerosene. Mias Heaton
la said to have then lighted a piece
son. where his burn*, mostly about E. J. MURRAY SELLS INTEREST
count will grow between Inter ♦
of paper and thrown It on the oil-
I the upper part of the body, were
est and thrift when you have
soaked wood and afterward resumed
The interest of E. J. Murray in
once started it.
her chair In the kitchon where «he a point on center line of said Modoc dr<*«Med. and he was revived. He was
and the Deal woman had been sitting Northern railway where center line itben taken to the County hospital, the Evening Herald. Klamath Repub
The woodshed adjoined the house, Intersects W line of BEU of NW «4 . where an operation was performed lican and job printing plant, was
and by the time the others had dis sec 1-40-9; thence HE snd embracing last night The physicians say he will taken over Saturday by W. O. Smith,
the owner of the remaining interest.
covered the fire the flames had gained a strip 100 feet to point known as: recover.
The transfer of the accounts will date
KLAMATH FALL«. ORE.
.<> great a start that they could not !>• Engineer'* Htatlon H, 325x00; thence1
from January 1, 1911.
extinguished and the house and con HE and embracing a strip 300 feet I
Quail Are Marsing
As Is well known, the above plant
tents were consumed
It 1» »aid the wide to a isilnt where said center line*
The recent heavy snows have cov-
Intersect* the 8 line of 8W% 8EU ‘
I »»01 woman gave the Heaton girl
cred the ground so deep that quail is the best equipped printing office
i,o|d bracelet for setting Arc to the •ec. 1-40-9; *10.
and other birds are starving. Saturday in this part of the state. The ma
Klamath Development company to-
morning a covey of thirteen waa seen chinery Is all modern and the office
There Is no place In the county jail Mr*. Effie M. Hand, lot* 18 and 20. In a yard in the principal residence contains equipment equal to that of
»here a woman can be kept, and the block 40, town of Wordon; ,10.
section of the city. Such a heavy fall any office in cities twice the site of
girl was placed in the home of Sheriff
of snow Is unusual here, and the birds Klamath Falls. Of the two publica
Harnes and kept under surveillance. WOULDN'T MINE HER LITTLE
do not know how to secure their food tions, the Republican is the official
IM ILLY FOR ANYTHING because of It. It would be a humane paper of the county and the Herald is
The girl was an excellent horsewoman
the first dally published in Klamath
mid waa frequently seen riding with (
t act If every householder would clear
cowboy called "Will Bill" Htark One < lillil Braves Horse«' Hoofs to Itcncue a few feet of snow from the ground county.
When asked what he intended to
night In July both Heaton and Stark
and place a little grain or crumbs
disappeared, and It was at once
where the birds could get them until do Mr. Murray stated:
“For the present I have no idea of
thought that the two had left the city
the snow disappears.
SAN RAFAEL. Jan. 20. In trying
leaving Klamath Falls, and aft?r 1
together, aa Stark waa Infatuated
to save her rng doll. 3-ycars-old Helen
have attended to certain matters tn
with the girl.
Protect the Hifrws
Nothing waa heard from them, hu' Camenos, daughter of a restaurant
A number of horses-have been left (
th» supoeltlon proved to be correct, limn, would have been killed beneath standing In the cold during the past
for a short time ago a notice of the the hoofs of a horse In Fourth street few days, when the poor animals
J READY TO MAIL
Isfiiance of n marriage license to Wm. hud It not been for the heroism of should have had a blanket over them.
Stark and Cora Heaton appeared In a Constable George Agnew, who dashed It does not cost much to provide a Th. U.din» S«-d C.t.U. oí th. «'ut -
Lalli'■ Calsi««. Your 1*11 crop «.pend,
Sacramento paper. Deputy Sheriff ncroas the street and seised the child suitable covering for a horse, and a os GOOD »mt— Mod for thia Calalo«
Sam Walker telegraphed to the chfe» Just as the knees of the horse knocked man with any kindness in his nature and set th. best. Write now to the
of poller at Stockton, where the two her to the ground, When Agnew car- will see that a dumb beast which he CHAS. H. LILLY CO., Seattle, Wn.
were said to reside, to apprehend the rled the baby to the pavement he owns Is protected so far as he can.
woman, and when word waa received found her bruised and muddy, but Every horse that stands In the street
here that str was under arrest there not seriously hurt, 8he still clutched should have a blanket on him durin
J II. Mnrtln was sent after her. and the doll In one chubby flat.
the wtntry days.
she was brought bark to thia city.
The Deal woman was placed under
In order to encourage settlers to CANNON''« IXII ERITA NC9:
11,500 bond« to appear before the
. IS ONLY A FAIRY TALE
grand jury, and was released on a come here. J. Frank Adams has of-
bond signed by Will Shook and Jake fered to give Industrious families the
DANVILLE. Ill.. Jan.
Waltx, the latter marrying the wo use of ten acres of land free for three
left Speaker Cannon by a wo
years, and will plow it the flrst year If
man shortly afterward
man who died In India some time ago
The outcome of the return of the
sugar beets. This land is under ditch, I. probably a myth.
girl Is watched with much Interest.
The other day a letter was received
and la splendid land for beet culture.
On Kia 'ath Avenue
Albert T. Wolverton of thia city will by E X. Legure, the «peaker's son-in-,
near O- K. Feed Barn
HEALTH OFFICER HAYS
answer all Inquiries In thia reaped, law. asking for 140 to file the first
IT IH DIPHTHERIA and persons wishing Information papers In the case. Thl» will be de
about the land should communicate
Another Case Proves the Correct with him.
■ ■ Horseshoeing a Specialty !!
CORA SEATON IS
J. W. HAWXHLRSr
If You Have a Jewel
yyE we about to introduce something
new; a feature that will interest you.
Klamath Falls is coming to the front
rapidly; so fast, in fact that sometimes we
are all temporarily short of ready money.
Therefore, beginning today we will com
mence to sell all
New Blacksmith Shop
Men’s Suits and Coats, Women’s
C ats, Children’s Suits and Coats
8’ I Shoes for Everyone; also
*ubber Boots and Shoes for
of tin* Original
Some controversy has arisen over
the xlcknesH that claimed aa Its prey
Mrs. Alf Wallace mid her 3-year-old
baby, It being contended that It was
not diphtheria. When seen regarding
the matter Dr. Hamilton stated:
"There Is no question In my mind
but that It Is diphtheria. Subsequent
case« have proven the first diagnosis
correct. The latest Is that of the 12-
year-old daughter of George Smith.
When Dr. Hitchcock was called he
called the case diphtheria, and admin
istered nntl-toxln. The disease Im
mediately responded to the treatment,
and he Instructed the parents that
they must not let the child out of bed
If you live in Grumpy Hollow, where
the joys of life are few.
Where you And the days are irksome,
and your soul Is getting blue.
Start out some sunny morning when
the air Is cool and sweet.
And And a new location 'way up
Easy Enough to
Sllllcua- I'm In love with two girls
and I can't quite make up my mind
which one I want to marry.
Cynlcua—Well, marry either one of
them and It won't take you long to
discover that you got the wrong one.
CONVICTED BANKER SEEKS
parole : from prison
LEAVENWORTH, Kans.. Jan. 21.
John R. Walsh, the former Chicano
banker, serving a sentence In the fed
eral prison here, has applied fflr a
parole, it was announced recently.
Under the law Walsh would not be
eligible to parole until September 11,
“Gerald." said a newly engaged girl
to her fiance, "you will have to choose
between me and your old pipe."
Not an Instant did Gerald hesitate.
"The old-pipe goes, dear," he said,
throwing it away. "I was thinking of
buying a new one, anyway."
:: F. T. ALLEN AND Ö
!; E. H. PATTERSON Ö
For the Ambitious
^¡3 ^University 1
— and' <pX
credit is good. If you are a stranger
in. We will arrange the matter to
satisfaction. We are going to close
is line. The prices will interest you
IN ST., COR. OF 7TH