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Ol i i« IAL PAPER OF ♦
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY. OREGON, FEBRUARY 2, 1911
LEADING PAPER OF
the»«' features of her city. in the
I The deputy sheriff, however, says
lust two years Cincinnati has wakened
that there Is no such reward.
up to this fact, and she la rusk Ina
Much credit should be given Mr.
u'lvuuces In the line of parks, play»
Shaffer. He had seen the couple only
¿rounds and general city benullflca-
:a time or two before, and hl» recol-
i iection as to how they looked was
Columbus hMN llU'l « greuter and
| very vague. He didn't ask the aid of
litter advertisement In the last two
'the San Francisco police department,
years than at any time in her history,
.but lo<at>d and arrested the party
« o.MMI TEN MENTEN« E OF FRED t’lroii«bout the whole United Hiatus, Mk’ATto.N IK DECIDED IN THE NATIONAL
WOI I.D wanted without any help or assist
by limply publishing two or throe
BOI SE TODAY
ance whatever. It was a g«xxl piece
"ur>t ago u city plan, written by flv^
I of detective work, aud Mr. Shaffer
has been receiving the congratula-
upon his success
010 NOI ASK FOR COMMOIMION of Columbus that does not show an ÍHE KAHN RESOLUIION IS ADOPTED NEW ORLEANS IS Siili FIGHTING ! in the of role his of friends
KING GEORGE ISSUES Ä DENIM
example of where the land values .if
lii'K Iler B'-vnarkald'* Turn In < nw a neighborhood have largely In- By Sulmtantial Majority the Paiuinui- Gon-rner Nun'lcrwoti Tbl« Morning
liitr'Mluc'si letter in Court Disclahn-
cressed by the Improvement of tbc
of Editor of The lp|ir<ll to
m I'I They'd Ral*'- Mon- Money
ing Marriage to Anyone But
property of any one Inhabitant of
Hu"' San Frani iw-o Could
to tlx* Coast
nii < I i a neighborhood.
The public hall which has been in
pnx-ess of erection at .Malin, has just
Erank l> Mlles, n well known local
WAHHINGTON. D. ('., Feb. 1.— been completed. The new structure
WAHHINGTON, D C„ Jan. 31.
LONDON, Feb. 1. Edward Mylius
artist. secur>>d n bunting llrease Hn>-
i.- 4 0x40 feet in size, and affords the has been convicted of criminally libel-
President Taft today
urday. and s<t out to bring In all the By u vote of 1NH to 159 th'* bouse to Washington mad«- a bid to the senate
• •nl' ii'-e of Fred i> 1
duck in I seed by the other nlmrods day decid'd to consider the Kahn Uommitte<- on Industrial Expositions |Cltlz«*ns of that thrifty community a ling King George by publishing
gmid place to h«,ld meetings of any statements that the king was moi-
< lallst editor. wh< wi
After several hours sport he returned, res'dution of scudlng the Pauama- for the "official celebration” at the kind.
six montila at hurd labor bcrause of bringing the sole survivor with him. Pto Ifl' exposition to Han Francisco.
completion uf the Panama canal. H.
gantlcalljr married in Malta in 189"
till'ge'i infraction of the postal laws.
Mi Farland, r«*presenting the
This < uta off al! consideration uf B
He was I sentenced to serve a year in
I he pm dull was unsought by War-
Ne» Orleans as th.* I'H-atlon for th<- Chamber of Commerce and Board of
ten, who said that lie was willing to
Trade, »al«l it would not interfere
Chief Justice Al verstone presided
let tils law take Ils course in the
J. H Eusaett, republican rspresen- with th<* exposition at San Francisco
at the t rial. Mylius conducted his
own delvnec Attorney General Isaa< s
tatlve from New York, opened the or New Orleans. It is thought that
The I'»«* against Warren Is a moat
debate for Han Francisco, and jsdnt- it will be held in Potomac park.
« ash . « mithin «, imi si it « m : Solicitor (general Simon and Kings
peculiar one In 1907, after several
><d out thin there Is room for 12.000,-
Counsels Kowlatt and .Muir repr«*-
The committee meets today to de
«alu attempts had been made by th<*
ei!te«t the crown. Mylius demanded
000 homes,'-kera on the Pueiflc coast. cide the «lalms of San Francisco and
authorities of the stale of Kentucky
A. D Gardner, republican repre New Orleans.
the king's i.ersonai presence, but this
to ext rudite <*x-Governor Taylor from III Iddìi Ion Io N us I k ' s , Door», Etr„ sentative of Massachusetts, followed,
Governor Hander» of Louisiana, l.ntran"* KSectrd l»> Br'-akuig Pai" was refused.
Indiana to answer a < barge of killing
New Plant Will Ileo Turn
Is?ac- in his talk said: 'The king
and also supported Han Francisco as who argued before th«* senate com
of GI mm , in R'-nr Do<>r and
Governor-Elect (lœbol In 1900, the
Out I iirniture
is lik- lv to suffer the l«»ss of his sub-
the proper place to hold th«* great vX- mit tee this morning in favor of New
lullowing article appeared In the Ap-
j> <-ts' esteem through the repeated as
peal to Reason, which is prluted at I
sertion that his marriage to the queen
*Is it a question of money? We
A special rule, reported at 12 30
Mr. und Mrs It E. Wallenburg
a sham and bigamous, because he
o'clock, provided a half hour for de can get more than San Francisco ever
Effecting an entrance through the
"One thousand dollars reward
turn'-<1 on Monday from Portland bate on the fair «inestlon for each dared to have. Ten millions will go rear door, a roblx-.* ransacked th“ had previously married Admiral Sey
The Appeal to Reason will pay »1,000 While In the city Mr Wallenburg I side The galleries and corridors I farther In New Orleans than »17.- Toggery on Main street, and took »IS mour's daughter, that he fouly aban
In s' Id to the person or fiersouo who plu> ■ d mii order for a complete outfit ‘ were jammed and the situation wan . 000,00U in San Francisco under the in cash, a suit of ci >thes and a suit doned his wife and offspring to en
will kidnap ex Governor Taylor and of mat hlnery, motors, etc., for the Intense.
: existing conditions."
case. The burglary was -rot discov able him to marry Princess Victoria
leturn him to the »tute ofll< Inis of new plant he is to build on Oak
He referred to the opportunity to ered till Tut&day morning, and by Mary, as the result of the death
Kentucky, wb<i" he Is wanted on a street, buck of th<- Dunham garage.
develop the trade of South America, that time the Intruder has made good of his elder brother making him heir
'barge of murdering Goebel."
The factory building will be 30x63
to the throne."
and said It was more valuable than his escape.
In addition, Warren also printed f'-vt, und will be equipp'-d with ail
Admiral Seymour denied the mar-
the Oriental trade.
Entrance to the ci ithing *stablish-
tin* rewaid on th, office envelopes, the latest wood working machinery.
'F ItlMX) IDl.K.HrEI*
ment was made pore.‘.le by breaking I riage of his daughter to the sover-
several thousand of which were s«*nt Mr Wallenburg believes that the fu
a pane of glass in the i“ar door and |<ign, and says he only saw the king
M«< I BIO NEARLY BEAI I IKS KN-
out. It was for this that the socialist ture buildings In Klumatli Falls will
NAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 31-
unlocking the door with the k»*-. | once at Malta. The marriage register
TRAN« E TO HAVANA H IIIBOR
was ludlctc'l After aevrrul icars of demand better Interior finishings,
To the eagerly awaiting resi
which was in the lock on the inside cX ails to show the entry of the name
I'gal battle, the case »as carried to and be Is making pre|>ariitl<>ns »o as
•if the Seymour woman.
dents of this city the result of
Daring Aiiator Mak's. Flight of (Ker
the I'nit'*'! State» court of appeals In to I m * able to furnish there. He ex
Myylius was not cross examined,
the Han Francisco-New Orleans
I« mi Miles Across th«-
May, 1910, which afllrturd the deci pects to in min fact uye all of his doors,
aud he presented no defenses nor wit
fair vute was announced by the
Mil THERM PACIFIC to
sion of tb<> lower courts, sentencing windows aud other adjuncts for build
Admiral Seymour's eldest
explosion of bombs, the blowing
Kl II.I» INTO MKXIV» daughter corroborated her father.
Warren to six months bard labor and ing pur|MMM* He has also ordered a
of whistles and the display of
KEY WEST, Fla.. Jan. 31. In th.*
a fln« of »1.500 and coats.
large sttM-k of oak and other hard
Isaacs produced a letter from the
flags. As a result of their vic
presems' of thousands of spectators. < >»ii|mny Is N.-gotiatin® for Ixan in king, signed personally, and a<l-
For some reason the papers com uis'da for the mnnufn'-ttire of special
tory. the people are In a great
Paris. According to « nr-
Aviator James McCurdy started at
mitting Warren to Jail were never re furniture
dressed to the court:
state of excitement and ail busi-
ceived nt Glrurd. and It has I m *<* ii
"I authorize you to say for the
ness has lieen suspended
Trunibo Field to fly to Havana, a
rumored that thev were held up In M IIIMIHHI.il Co.tl, MINE
king and state that I ana not public-
NEW YORK. Feb. 1. It became 1 ally married to anyone except the
distance of 115 miles. He ran out of
Topeka at th<- instance of the officials
WASHINGTON. Jan. 31-
HAH BEEN CLOHKt) DOWN
in the financial recently that j present queen.”
The house passed the Kahn res
the Southern Pacific Railway com
liter Fifty I ears O|»*rSti"n Work Is
olution on the Anal vote bv 259
landed in the water, but was rou pany is negotiating a heavy loan in
in ma tn «. ei » its |MI|^
sii,|,|H-'| by Employer’« Lia
Pontoons supported the ma Paris for the purpose of extending! KLAMATH 4'OVNTY PIONEER
I.tits I rom I FIREMAN
bility U mv
SUCCUMBS TO INDIGESTION
its lines in .Mexico.
«Juurt'Ts In « Ity ll"ll Enlcrcd latil
MARSHFIELD. Feb. I. The Lib
at least »25,000,000 and perhaps’ H. Ilwucan Passe* Away This Morn
Night and Judtl lame I« the
by coal mine, thr<*e mil«*» from Marsh-
ing at the Blooniingcamp
»50,000.000. is expected to be placed
' field, and owned by the Oregon «'oal
in France. While the details have
und Navigation company , has been
Another rubbery was com in It ted c)'Mu>'l after - having been ope red
H. Dun«.an. one of the pioneers of
that mortgage bonds bearing 4 per
i ui-wday night. wber the nr«-nien » niorx- than fifty years. It was hi for-
Klamath county, died at 2 o’clock
‘HAYN HF WILL MKKT HIM AT I3H C'AIJFORNIA MARSHAL'S «¿« mid •ent interest will be Issued
■tiiarters in the city hull wert eiHwrel. tiier years one of th«* hig Souris's of
Tuesday morning at the Blooming-
\wakeiilng this morning Judd luiwe employment In this locality. The
camp ranch near Wilson bridge, of
found that his pocketbook. '-ontuln- mine 1» not worked out.
\ ETERAN IJO'ER GIVES
acute indigestion, Mr. Duncan has
Ing »10, hud been taken from ll pock Henne»»e>, local representative of kvunkie, in la-tter. Says He Is Doing
PENSION TO CHARITY been sick for several weeks, and was
Tnurtl Her From Turlock to San
et In his trousers.
the '-oinpatiy, »aid that the new em-
stopping with his son. who is feeding
Some Tall Boosting for the
FVnncisco, and Finally Made
The outer «loot of the firemen's pioyers liability law was one of the
HONOLULU. Feb. 1—Capi. Joseph i stock in the Basin.
Klamath Falls Club
quarters Is »'•cured with ti aprlng aeverul n-imons why the mine WIB
Dutton, "hero of Molokai," the leper
The deceased, who would have
lock, snd the entrance whs effected c I'med.
refuge«', and a veteran of the Civil reached the age of 75 years this com
either by the use of a skeleton puss
war. has ordered the United States ing March, was the father of A. C.,
The eotupnny also operates the
The following from the Turlock government to turn over his entire W. A., and H. E. Duncan, well known
key or by picking the lock The door ■t earner M. F. Plant, plying between I Word has been received from
was found open next morning, al Coos Ba' and Han Francisco, and
(Calif) Journal will interest locul pensiou. which has been accumulating stockmen of La-ngell Valley. The
though It was locked when the lire Hennessey said that it hud not been in which the clever little fighter says people:
for twenty-six years, to the St. Cath funeral was held Wednesday at Bo
that he and Jimmie Mt ton arrived
laddi'*» went to bed Inst night
erine School of Industry at Memphis, nanza. under the auspices of the Odd
decided whether the Plant would
wifely, aud that they are giving the
continue on the run. Th«* company boxing game at Klamath Falls all the work was pulled off by City Marshal Tenn. The amount is said to run Fellows lodge of that place, of which
last year built a »10,000 warehouse boosting they can. Edwards says he Shaffer last week when be arrested into the thousands.
the late Mr. Duncan was a member.
Dutton, who throughout the Civil I
i<nd dock Mt the end of Front street. talked about his match here to Sol Cora Seaton, wanted for arson at
Then a part of Front street which Levison. and when he told how well Klamath Falls, On* Mr Shaffer re war was connected with the Thir TWENTY-ONE THANK ARK
teenth Wisconsin regiment, has never
NEW Oltl,KANS. Jun 31. It. la- was not Improved was c I om « m I hy tbc
SENT TO NEVADA PROJECT
he »as treated here he savs Klatuiith ceived a telegram from the sheriff at
touched a- penny of the pension
tlves of U to >- Cannon, the Harris city. This action. Hennvsavy said,
Falls made a great hit with Levison.
burg man who. with L<>onard G. was detrimental to the steamer Plant,
Will Be I’aed on th«- Truckee-Car so"
In his letter Edwards accepts the of the part) wanted. The party was
Groce of Galveston, Tex., was exe anti was another reason why the com-
Project—Work in charge of
chul'enge'issued him by Tucker, and
cuted by order of President Zelaya, pan.v decide«! to shut down.
Engineer Know n Hero
igrees to take on the fast local man
MOUNT TAAL IN ERUPTION
will receive a large pension from the
if he will make 138 pounds at
6 the wire from Oregon she had left
WIPES OCT MANY VI LI. AG
Nicaraguau government, according to
here, presumably for Stockton. Mon
Twenty-one teams, with harness
|*i'r!ock on the night of the bout.
Colonel Paul Mason of New York,
day night Shaffer left for Stockton, I Six Hundred Reported to Have IVr- complete, have been shipped from
who arrlver here lust night from
and upon arriving there learned that
the reclamation service headquarters
i-lied and Small Village*
Nicaragua. Colonel Mason received
here to Nevada, where they will be
Fritz Kiehl fins returned to this
Are Oblitera l.x!
11,000, American money, and a com
pany with a man. had taken the boat
I used on the Trukee-Carson project.
mission ns CoIone) In the Nicaraguan
A suit has been died in the circuit for San Francisco just a few hours
phone line of the reclamation service
MANILA. Jan. 31. Six hundred The work on the Carson dam is be
army in r'*cognition of his services.
from Merrill to Clear Lake. He re court by IV. >1. Mason against Ered previous. He then caught the next have perish«Ml since the volcano Taal ing done by day labor. B. H. Da-vis.
who had charge of the work on the
ports a rather difficult trip, and states Melhase. for the recovery of money train for San Francisco, but arrived began its eruption.
I Clear Lake dam two years ago, is tn
PRACTICAL BENEFITS OF
that in some places where he was
The villages of Talis-Ay. Tanauau,
CITY BEAUTIFICATION oblig'd to work the snow reached to his attorney, D. V. Kuykendall, Ma fore leaving the boat. Knowing the Calamba, Lemerey and Taal have I charge of the Carson dam work.
son states that a contract was made man she was with was a horse trader been obliterated, even vegetation be
In a large way, the best concrete his armpits. On account of its being I between he und the defendant in Shaffer accordingly made his rounds
Relief trains have 1 WOMAN FALLS IN FIT;
example that will Illustrate the quee- strung through a rather Isolated sec ‘ March of last year, by the terms of of all the horse markets in the city.
been sent out.
tl >ii vf the value of city Improve tion. the reclamation service has no ' which the plaintiff wan to cut 5.000,- und was on his second round when
mints Is the difference between little trouble in maintaining their j 000 f«et of lumber, for which ho was he located the party wanted. He
NEW YORK. Feb. 1.--A haudker-
Cleveland and Cincinnati, says Frank telephone communication with Clear | to get »4.50 a thousand feet. Up to located and arrested the woman at
.Miss Mary McKay of Williams
Lake during the winter months.
lin Clarkln in Success. In the last
October 3d, states the complainant. I 4 Valencia street, and then started
burg innocently wound around bet
li w years Cleveland has given a great
Muson cut »3.398.5S6 feet, for which for Turlock on the next train, arriv-
neck caused her death by strangula
de.il of attention to «-Ity beautlflcatlon INFANT IN BANKET IN
HUACHUCA, Ari».. Jan 31. Fed- tion.
»15.293.61 was due. Of this amount Ing here on Wednesday morning
In the way of parks, playgrounds,
STARTED ON LONG TRII* I »11,650 was paid, and the plaintiff
The sheriff’s office at Klamath Falls eral Colonel Kosterlisky is reported
Miss McKay was subject to epilep
siulevards and her civic <*enter.
ar.ks for the remainder with interest was notified that the woman was un an being in a private hospital at Can- tic fits.
It is thought that while
NEW YORK. Feb 1
From Texas from November 1st.
TktM effort« have i-aused a wonder
der arrest, and Deputy Sheriff J. A. anea. badly wounded. The first re sweeping she was seized with a fit.
ful y.rowth in property values, in to this city 2-weeks-old Harold
In addition the plaintiff charges Martin arrived in Turlock on the port that he was dead was not be and that when she fell over a key
huninr-aa and In the site of the city, so Brandt traveled in a market basket. I that he was stopped from cutting any noon train Friday, and left with hlsr lieved
caught on the handkerchief, knotting
thai uhe has outstripped Cincinnati, He is now aboard the Scandinavian I more timber by the defendant, and as prisoner at 2;3O the same day.
The colonel was shot in a battle it. Hhe then strangled to death.
which city had n long lead in advanc«* liner Unit'd States on his way to ho had horses, men. machinery, etc,,
The woman professes her inno in the Sabuaripa district, where the
Miss McKay had been dead an hour
Copenhagen to mret his grandmother. ready and the ground prepared, he cence. and says that in case of a con Madero force« arc reorganizing. Con when her father discovered her. The
Cincinnati has fallen behiud largely Harold arrived here with his father. asks for »1,600 du mages and the viction there is a reward of »1.000 ditions around I.uero are reported as key was fast to the handkerchief, and
l> ><-a.i»e she has not paid attention to Carl Brandt.
costs of the suit.
for the officer making the arrret. critical.
had prevented her from breathing.
BURGLAR ENTERS TOGGERY
HOW CORA WAS CAUGHT