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IIP Eli IAI, PAl'KIt or
KI. IMA'I'H COUNTY
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 16, 1911
points to « v**ry heavy movement dur-1
Ing the colonist rate period.
“The movenieiit has exceeded ex- >
Several large buildings are planned
pectntions,” said Mr Jackson thin
j for North Plains. One of the first
morning. "The overflow of the night
CARIUtLL CAHR WILL BE TIDED will be a brick building to bouse a
of th** I ilh and the morglng of th«’*
«general store. The more enterprise
IN LAKE COUNTY
12th on «nil- line required thirteen
j Ing citizens have taken steps to or
»lire sleeper«. Great Northern No. 1 ■
ganise a commercial club, and a week-
of the 12th from Chicago left in two | I hi I I» Was Avi«-»te<| for Burglarizing «'e.. brHf< <l « ase U ill ( oiiu-l p at tlw ly paper will be «stabllshed within
HEMlIlkAHLE ICMOICD H>l€ THE sections, and Indlcatlims are that No 1
the next 30 days. A number of the HIHKIYOl PEOPLE MAKE AN IM
tlx* Monarch fasti Grocery
Muy Term of Court in
I’KFMKNT TMMM OF COI ICT
3 will run In two sections. Our cot
large farms have been cut up into
PORTANT ANNOI NChTMENT
rrB|>r»iu|eiic.< snd Inquiries I nd lent'
five acre tracts, and several indus
tliut the majority of parties Inquiring
tries are said to be headed for the
are bound for Oregon “
After throe hours of deliberation
Circuit Judge Benson Wednesday new town.
Tuesday night the itavi« jury return 'granted the motion of C. M. O'Neill,
<<1 a verdict of guilty against the de- ' attorney for John D. Carroll, defend
fendant, JaiiP-s Davis Wednesday ant in the < ase of the State vs. Car
With Ihr Etceptiim of Two Caaes, All
Company Has Conrmeii<-r«| Construc
h<* waived time, and was senteaced to roll. to have the charge tried in Lake
Dvfetidauts Wen* Given
tion of l*um Mixteen Miles
the state penitentiary. Judge Benson county instead of Klamath. The cas.-
Ol'TMNtK IN IIKK.HT ALL OVER gave th**, prisoner un IndeterniinuP* will be tried In May in Lakeview.
In his motion for a new trial Car
j burglary Is from two to seven yeur t roll's attorney maintained that it
That Klamath county Is n bud place
YREKA, Calif., March 15.—The
The crime of which Davis wus would be Itupossible for his client to
for lawbreakers to operate in Is
Electric Power -ind Light
shown by the rectird of the Decetn’i *r Hailroud« throughout I lilted Hlute» found guilty was th** burglarizing of be trl««l by an impartial jury here on H oumm arming R<-< option Will It* Company began work last week on
I th*- Monarch (.’ash Grocery on th«* utount of the prominence of the com-
Going to Begin ImproV'im-iil
farm of the circuit court, which,
Given to < Tub’s Friends When
the construction of a dam at the head
' night of February 5th, when less than plaining witn*-«s, J Frank Adams.
'hrmigh adjournments, bus been <' >n-
Work nt Once
the Rooms Are lU-udy
of Ward's Canyon, sixteen miles abotc
I a dollar was tak«-n from the cash reg
tinued to the present time* Dm Ing
Hornbrook, on the Klamath River.
ister. Itavi« was arr**s|i»d at the rear INDIANA PEOPLE WILL
ihnt time ftftoen crimlnul cases have
The dam will be 250 feet long and
One burning question that has been
NEW YORK. Mni«h 15
There I* 'entrance, where th« burglars gained
come before the tribunal, and OU' nf
MM ATE IN THIS < ITY
90 feet high, and when completed
ihlr number there vat not a «ingle littli r«'Mon to doubt that busim
for some time was settled Wednesday, will develop 30,000 horse power.
acquittal. Tbo case against J. D. on the whole Is In good sha|>«- and th" ' till« «. If h<* bad one, made his escap?.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bellman and
The company also holds paten,
This is the question of a home for the
Carroll was continued owing to ’he tendciM« along pructlially all Hues
G. A. ibilnian. old friends of J. M.
sufficient to develop 30,00')
Young M ui Booster club, and this
dlsugi* iiiont of the jury, and th«* rest M towards a steady heaithy Improve
and 8. B. Evans, arrived in this city
was definitely settled at last night’s
>>f th« eases wVre won by tto* stair.
Tn* -day from And** wp, Ind., and
meeting of the organization, Rooms .Work will also be <otnm-uced on a
Th" plague In China may have a
Walter E. Bowen, found guilty of
i* is their Intention to locate here.
have been engaged in the Willets power line to Butte Creek Valley ar.d
passing a worthl«*su cli*-<k, was given bnd effect on tlie I trad" In <• rtaiti
WAHHINGTON. March 15.—Mak- Mr Bellman is a retired merchant,
and the club expects to be Klamath Falls.
a two year oeah’DC« by Judge Noland lines of cotton goods, but it is to lie < is of butter who "accidentally" ' 1 and
und he. like
III his wife and son, is much
They expect to complete the work
at home by the 1st of April. When
and returned to the Whlttl- r Htat* doubted If tills will be serious.
work mor*- watqr into their product | Impr« sued I with Klamath Falls.
this summer, which will probably
The railroads, or at least some of than th*- law allows will, after >fay 1.
M’hool In California, where hr was
for ocotipancy it is the intention of gtte employment to 200 men.'
formerly -an inmate. Charles Hprncer them, havo decided to postpone need ■•nconntei the law..
the club to give a housewarming and
Good Corner Hold
This Cabell of tlx- Internal revenu«- bureau
plead guilty to a larceny «barge, and ed Improvements no longer.
U orden K»'uio«leling Office
Chllcote A Rice report the sale of invite all interested in the young men
determination Is reflected In the de having Instructed his collectors to
was paroled by Judge lleuson
Charles E Worden, who ha.s
th.- Allen property, corner Fourth and of the town. This will give all an op-
Th« following criminal cases Were mand for steel and Its Influence is watch for such violations
purchased the office nite and fixture.«
disponed of duriug Judge Nolaud'« gradually s|«r<-adlng to other lines. weighs In avlly In a i>ound of butter,
of the P. C. Lavey company, is re
Minn, and D. Maheu of Watsonville, intend to go about things.
The foundation Industries of th«* but th«* law allows 16 per rt.*nt.
portion of the term
the office to suit his needs.
nu«i Henry H'-hmldt, twelve years ear It country tire farming, the rail roads
been s«*lected another question arise«.
**nd'>w bears the following le-
for robbery; Ir*<> lieudri sou, five andiron and steel. The farmers hav«*
The furnishings — aye, there's the gen“: "Charles E. Worden, Invest
-ears for forgery. John Alim, ten never been In such strong condition.
” while on the other window is
rub. Committees have been appoint- ments.
■lays for pointing a gun. Charts« Ew Hence the three great industries of
ed to attend to the matter of furnish- .
Ing, three and a half years for for- the «»untry being in good shape, n I
Agent for the California and North-
safe, sane and conservative Improve
this _ will
entail the _______
expend-*eMtern- Modoc Northern an<> Oregon
ner. An __
ment along all lines can hardly be
Hi ace Judge H'-usou took the b«>ncb
iture of considerable money, anyone Eastern Railroads,
Townsend. Walker anil Hall Lrwve in Till» Is Reply u* Statement That No who fe«*l» so inclined can endear him-
lie has M-nlt'ncr«! the following
W«<4rh. manslaughter. «1« years;
«elf to the hearts of the Boosters by ^G**’***« HHORT OF DYNAMITE,
th«- Morning to T'-stify In E'edrrnl
Funds Exist For Work Wo-
Fire IX-stroys Factory
rbaddrua York. Indeterminate sen-
any donation of furniture.
ARE LIKELY TO BE CLOSKJI
men Want Done
lamce for forgery: Tom Alexander,
Several other matters came hi-
ten years for manslaughter; F. E Murdock Manufacturing and Supply
last night's meeting, and the club'* EL PASO. March 15.- -Eight thous-
Co’s new plant at 420 Plum street
Stanford, indeterminate sentence for
Chief of Police Townsend and Fa
CINCINNATI, March 15.—At a is expecting a visit from one of Port-. and miners and smelter men employ-
, was cumpluti'ly destroyed by fir«, The
forgery. Oso. Williams, indeterminate
trolmen Hall and WaNier left on this meeting of the Susan B. Anthony land's Y. M. C. A. workers within ed by the Guggenheim interests and
los« I« nearly 3100.000. An Incen
concerns closely allied with them in
»•ntence for forgery: Joeeph McMil
morning's train for Portland, when* club of Cincinnati a resolution asking a *very short time.
diary Is being sought by the polie«»
Mexico will be thrown ent of em-
lan, Indeterminate sentence for for
they appear in the Federal court as Miss Margaret Hlaey of Chicago to
! ployment April 1, if the Mexican gov
gery; J W. Norris, five years for lar-
witness«*« against the man giving the coin«' to this city and lead the women
ernment does not modify its order
•snyi Jam«.-« Davis. iuif»turiuluate
name of George IL Hamilton, who in a search for tax dodgers-was pass
sentence for b«;rglgry.
proiiibiting the importation'and trans
! was arreat«*d In this city November ed. ' The county officials say there
portation of dynamite.
Th«- ubovv record •»peeks well for
'27th by th«* officers for counterfeiting are no funds to hire wom«*n detectives
Klatnuth county, aa It plainly shows
and putting spurious dollars in cir to protitet Cincinnati women and
that the criminal class art* by no
Ivan Daniels has returned to Klam
children,” said Mrs. Von Walden,
'»eaus welcome here. It also speak* Finance c<*wmdvtro, However, Will
Th«* culprit was caught at the Mas- "but sfnceChlcago school teachers, 13-Yt-ar-l H«1 Meals From Mother »•» ath Falls, and says that this town Is
¡t*-n house, where he had an outfit for acting ainder Miss Haley, found
good enough for him. and that he will
In glowiug terms for District Attorney
Try to Persuade' Hint to Ac
Mak«- Tour <>t World
11 V Kuykendall for hin effotts io
make his home here in the future
i carrying on his nefarious practice, enough tax dodgers to pay for almost
'and a number of bogus coins he had any ordinary exp«-nse, we are going
'»•half of law and order.
I made. After the federal authorities to ask her to come here to lead out"
“I've, been in trouble before
NEW YORK. March 15.—It 1» go- i were notified the prisoner was taken members and other club women. And I'm a pretty bad character.”
to Portland to await trial.
wi- will find it. too.”
* George Jerread, 13 years old, to Ser
lug to require the services of th.
Dm-ing the absence of the three
geant Harms, when the officer qu«*s-
■ cl«*vrr«>i*t sort of brume" committee to
tioned him after bis arrest yesterday. 1
I arrange the salary of the Rev. John policemtm their places will be taken BELTRAN MADE PRESIDENT
by Ear) Walker. Riley Hoskins and
, tleniy Jewett, of Carr’s Lan» Con-
AN BUtN'KNNOK OF DAVILA The lad said that he had stolen nearly
Declares He Ferrera Local
George Snyder. The policemen will
3100 from his mother and set out
gn'gutional church In Birmingham,
Pian of Dealing With
lx* in Portland some little time.
Eng., when he aasumes the pastorate
PUERTO CORTEZ. March 15 — from hi« home in Everett. Wash.,
of the Fifth avenue Presbyterian
Dr. Francisco Beltran, who was Friday morning, “to tour the world.”
YEA. VERILY. I SAY:
church in this city. To meet the
"SPRING HAB SPRUNG” agreed on laat week by the peace con- 14 years old. young Jerread was ar i
salsry question the committee will
fere«*« aa provisional president of
AUSTIN, March 15. -Senator J.
first have to determine the equivalent
was elected by congress aa rested at the Union station by Detec W. Bailey, whose attitude on the
If there Is anyone who still har
OGDEN. Utah, March 15. After in New York of a Birmingham salary
bxrs that idea In his breast that pfibmler designate, or flrat vice presi were placed in an isolated cell at the state-wide prohibition question was
holding six men at bay with revolvers, of 1000 pounds, about 14360 at the
spring 1« still a great ways off. he dent. of the republic. This Is a full city jail. Jerread said that his father in doubt, has caused a stir in the
i wo masked bandit« rifled the «afe of present rat«* of sxheange.
would do well to take a peek into one acceptance by the congress of the is an undertaker, living at 3523 ranks of the pros by coming out
the Reed hotel at daybreak today and
The local church offered Jowett
of the windows of the K. K. K. Store, conditions of the peace agreement. Broadway. Everett, and Bunchamp against constitutional prohibition. In
stole 1700. Within half an hour af 112.000 u year but he saya he does
I where the window, decorated with • nd Beltran become« the constitu is a m«»s«»nger boy in the same city. a letter which Rev. W. M William«
ter the robbery two «u«pects were ar- not need such a large salary and will
straw, is filled with a splendid variety- tional as well as provisional president His parents live at 3301 Lombard of Belton, Tex., has just received
tested who U.ill<.d clonal) with de net accept it unless R is found that
from Mr. Bailey, be says: **I must
‘ in all the latest In straw and Panama of the country immediately on the street.
Buchamp had 374 of the
scription« of the robber«. A coat, hat this amount is needed to maintain
resignation of President Davila.
give some public expresión to my
headgear for the fastidious man.
stolen money in bi« pockets when hs
nnd mask similar to those worn by his present method of living ’’When
views or else be drawn into the cam
was arrested.—Portland Journal
one of the bundlts.was found, but the I meet with the ofllcers of my new
paign by a frequent misrepresenta
stolen money was not located
church.” Jowett said in Birmingham.
tion of them. I cannot understand
The holdup occurred In the heart of ”1 shall seek their judgment as to
how any man can suffer himself to
UND LAND PLASTER IN
the buslne«« district. One of the rob what ia the equivalent of the stipend
THE DEBCMUTES VAIJ.KY i be alienated from me because I be
ber« compelled the night clerk to I now receive. Thia wllf make me
lieve that our local option method
open up the safe, while the other perfectly happy.”
Bend. March 15.—That Bend and i of dealing with the liquor queeGon
lined up ugulnst the wall live of the
Rome of the Fifth avenuo elders
North Plains, Though Founded a Few (his section of the Deschutes valley is wiser than statewide prohlbtlon.”
arc fearful least a joker is concealed
will have nil the land plaster it can
Weeks Ago, Boasts City
In the good English doctor's apparent
use, and have it cheaply, ia the aascr-
unsol fish nesa. "If he maintains the
tion of C. H. Erickson.
standard that we expect him to,” one
Mr. Erickson is interested
WASHINGTON, March 15—True
of the church member« said, "he will
North Plains,, on the United Rail- ‘ plaster deposits at Bear Creek Butte.
need all of the 313,000. In fact I
ways, claims the distinction of hav 30 miles cast of Bend. • He says mill
think after a year In New York Dr. ' hoodoo* in bringing misfortune and
ing made more progrès« the last 60 machinery is ordered and will be in*
Jowett won’t object to 312.000 or trouble to ita owner«, the famous
w bight Howr Hates Goes lato
days than any new town in the north stalled by April 15th, the mill hav
even 330.000. And having put us on
Effect On May !.. Fortner Rate
our honor, so to apeak, we'll have to grief to ita preaent poMeoaors, Ed-
months ago. the town now boasts of all that han to be done to the plaster
meet his final sa^ry view.”
I-ean. and bis wife, Mrs. Evelyn Walsh Its own water and lighting aystems, | is to crush it. when it is ready for
McLean, helresa to the millions of •tree* railway transportation to Port-' use.
The members of 1-oca! No. ISO of
The plaater baa been tested by
the late Thomas F. Walsh, Suit to land, graded streets, Mdewalks. a
United Brotherhood of Carpenters
PORTLAND, March 15— Reports ELECTION IB HELD
recover 11R0.000. the alleged pur
from railroad centers in the Middle
BUT NO ONE VOTEN chase price of the jewel, which once yards. restaurants, general stores, on«w mad«* at Washington D. C., and and Joiners of America have served
Staten Indicate that the rush of home
graced the crown of Marie Antoinette, and more than 20 buildings either ' at Oregon Agricultural college labora- notice on the contractor« of this city
seekers to Oregon during the colonist
OWO8H<). Mich . March 15.- -Wood was filed In the district supreme court completeor in the course of construe- tories
All show the land plaster to that they have adopted a minumum
rate period will be far beyond expec hull towflship, Bhlawaseec county, against Mr. and Mrs. Melasan by Louis tion.
i be of the highest eflciency. In addi- wage scale of 14.00 for an eight-
tation*. The rates became effective ertabliehed a record in the recent C. Cartier and Pierre C. Cartier,
With the completion of the Cor-¡tion. small auanlties have been teat- hour day. The new wage scale goes
into effect May 1. Heretofore, the
March 10th. and several tralnloada of judicial primaries, when not a bal jewelers of New York and
Paris. oelius Gap tunnel, 4000 feet long, ed on various pieces of ground with
minimum wage scale for union car
people are now spading westward, lot was cast for either Judge 8. 8 That Mr. and Mrs. Mcl^ean have the the running tlm<* from Portland to gratifying results
pentfirs has been fixed at 13,50 for
with others following them dally.
Miner or his Democratic adversary, diamond necklace and have failed to North Plains will be reduced to 50
qn eight-hour day.
H. A Jackson, uulatant genera) L. E. Howlett of Howell, for circuit pay for It, as agreed, is the claim of minutes.
Uuiv<* Report'd Married
It is expected the trains
freight and passenger agent of the judge. At closing time the pages of the jewelers.
NEW YORK. March 15.—Emma
will be using this tunnel within three
Orest Northern Railway company, the b«x>kfl were without names, and
J. B C. Taylor and Ora Engle casu
w«*ek«. Th«» tunnel la built through Calve, opera singer, who 1« Here, la
with headquarters In this city, stated the hoard members decided not to
K. R. C. Williams was in from his •olid rock and Is probably one of reported to hgve married a tenor, do wn from Fort Klamath Tueadav
thia morning that every Indication vote.
the moat expensive pi«»eee of vrerh who ia a member of her company.
JURY FINDS DAVIS GUILTY CHANGE OF VENUE IS GRANTED
10 THIS CITY
ßütlD TO BUHE »ALLEY AND THIS CÍH
BOOSTER CLUB HAS HONE
60 TO FORTUNO TO TESTIFY
IN CASE OF COUNTERFEIT«
CINCINNATI WOMEN WILL
HONT FOR IU DODGERS
PASTOR OBJECTS TO UY
SEMEN ÌM1EY NT
HOTEL GUESTS HEID »18AY
LOCAL CARPENTERS ADOPT A
H INTE Ftt OKUM