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BIG DAM ARRIVES
(INK I AHUIÀI» CAME IN FROM
NORTH LANT NIGHT
HIGH CUSS AITRACTIONS COMING 3ECGK0IKFMIW Will Sill TIIESMY XT"
FINAL MTEPH WERE TAKEN TRIM
MOHN I NG
Judge llcnson Elected Prvsitleut and
E. L. Elliott Secretary of
Home young man in Klamath Falls
will full Into a good position within
two months, according to announce
ment made by the First Assistant
Postmaster General. Postmaster R.
A. Emmltt Is In receipt of a telegram
from this official authorizing the local
po*tmnst)-r to appoint an additional
Business In the local postoffice has
been so great that for the past six
months Mr. Emmltt has paid W. A.
Calkins a clerk's salary from his own
money, and the post office has at last
has taken action In the matter. Mr.
Calkins expects to leave the postal
service In two months, and the vacan
cy, of course, must be Ailed. Mr.
Emmltt desires a young man, as It 1s
necessary for the clerk to be alone In
the office at night some times.
LIBR A BY BENEFIT
Under the direction of Mrs. Blrdean
Fraker-Gambell, local talent is pre
paring another entertainment for the
benefit of the Woman's Library club,
"SEATTIE IS CLEAREST CITY
II UNITED STATES,"SAVS m
"Th* Dorris Trio," Misses Olive
Hasten, Roxa Hhlve and Myrtle Car
ter. rend«r«-d selections which cap
tivated their hearers, and Miss Tena
Clement as Miss Flannlgan and Roy Secret Hervhv- Agent « lain» Another
Flection W ill Purify Han
Nelson as Mr. Flannlgan, added much
Han F tmik I mo Officcm lxe»k for More
to the amusement of the afternoon,
< 'oast Artillery for Hawaii—
and they also added some vocal num
Third Will Also Go
bers to the program.
Bpeclal to the Herald
PORTLAND. March 20.— .Seattle
WASHINGTON, D. C., March 1».— i There Is one Infant in Hot Bprlngs
Is now the cleanest city In the United
The War Department has announced addition with a sadly depleted ward- States,” declared Detective William J.
that two battalions ot the Second In- | robe, there Is another Infant—eome- Burns, who has just arrived from Se
fantry will sail to Honolulu next Tues i where whose ward rob«- has received
attle, where he has completed gather
day to strengthen the Hawaii defense. an addition equal to the other's I omi . ing evidence In the police corruption
The troops are now en route from That old atunt known to fame as cases. Han Francisco, he said, is not
Fort Thomas, Kentucky.
"gooaberrylng" Is the cause of It all. as clean as the Puget Sound city.
The third battalion, which is now iaist night the Infant's clothes line
"It will take another election to
at Fort Russell, Wyoming, has been was taxed to Its capacity with a cargo clean San Francisco,” he declared.
ordered to sail for Honolulu at once. of "bebbe duds,” this morning it "There Is no doubt, though, that the
wasn't; in fact, the line was plucked reform element is triumphant in Cal
Fortification» Inxuffi« l«-ntly Manned clean with the exception of seven ifornia."
HAS FRANCISCO, March 1«.—The pieces.
officers at the Presidio have admitted
I>an Driscoll is exepeted to return
that the fortlflceilons of Pearl harbor
J. P. Bonham, the able and efficient to the Falls tomorrow, after a busi
are insufficiently manned. They pre
ness trip of several weeks in the east
dict that additional coast artillery will ratchet man employed in ths Shlp-
part of the county.
soon be sent to Hawaii. The move Ipington mill, has taken a similar posi
ment of troops toward Honolulu, they tion with the Meadow I^ake Mill com-
J. Frank Adama came in from his
say. Is part of a plan to establish an i pany. The Meadow Lake people are
place near Merrill Saturday, and re
1 extremely fortunate In securing so turned Sunday. Mrs. Adams is still
able an operative as Mr. Bonham.
att he Lakeside Inn.
klamath Falls is to have a series
of high class attractions for next sea-
son. Tiila was decided upon Saturday
morning by the organization of th«
Just ‘o> Soon ns Po«»il>l<- Work on tlw*
Klamath Lyceum Bureau, which has
laurt Hiver Dem Will He Com-
entered Into u contract with the Britt
mroerd by « on tract or»
Lyceum Bureau to furnish live high-
class entertainments and lectures.
There will be added to those one or
George H (Mark and Lewis Clark,
two n>or>- numbers, so that beginning
sons of George C. Clark .who was
with October or November there will
awarded the contract for th«« Ixtat
not be less thau one good attraction
River diversion dam, arrived here
brought to Klamuth Falls each month.
Munday night from Everett, Wash ,
FAVOR on |
Among the attractions that have
aceompanted by Engineer H C. Ko
been assured are the Imperial Hand
berg. The party left Monday for
Ball Ringers, a company of nine peo-
th«- seen« of the construction work G<>m)>eri>, Ik-spitc This. Is Working
pie. Edtnund Vance Cook, the poet
to ascertain th» condition of the roads
lined to Accomplish Hi»
i and author; the Original Virginian
and the nd visability of moving their
Warblers, a company of six people;
machinery at onee.
Harnest J Hlas, th« lecturer, and the
One carload of machinery urrlved
The Edward R. Wwks company and en-
last night from Hpoksne, and others present progrew of organization un
¡tertalners, consisting of four people.
will arrive this week, and as soon dertaken by the American F«*d«ra-
The organization of the Klamath
as these are received work will com tlon of Latter for th« unionization of Lyceum lluiean was «-ff<-cted In Judge ARMY OFFICERS MAKING W AR
mence. Traction engines will be i th« satire railway postal service will Benson's chambers Saturday, and
lined by the contractors to haul their uecensltate th« Issuance of over fifty
H. L. Benson was e|e< t«-d president,
supplies and machinery from the de charters to the different chapters
E. L. Elliott secretary and Frank Ira
pot to the works According to the Th«- I’ostoffii«« Department. <-spe< tally White treasurer. Those participating Recruits An- Being Drilled and Alii
Clarks, employment will be given to th» Postmaster General, do«-» not
Being Given Extensive Rifle
In lb« organization wer«’. II. L. Ben
100 or 150 men during the entire look upon this movement of th«* rail son. E L Elliott, G. II. Feeee, F. T.
summer by their work, and they ex way clerks with favor.
Sanderson, <’ F. Stone, W. A. Deixel,
pect to employ as many I« hs 1 men as
President Oompers of the Ameri- J. W. Riemens, Geo.T.Baldwin, Frank
<-an Federation of Labor, however, Iru Whit. < A Howard, R H. Dun-
HAN ANTONIO. March IS.—High
The dam. which will be built In dm-larea that he will take every b;,r. W B Faught. () M IRctor, C dlvlshjn oflli lals believe that Immedi
Lost Itlver, Mt quarter of a mile up postoffi«'» clerk In th«- H«rvl«e under II. Hilton, W O Smith, Alex Martin ate armed Intarventlon In Mexico, un
stream from Wilson's bridge. Is to the protection of the l-abor Federa- (Jr.. E. R R«-nm«s. Nelson Kounsevell, der the guise of ending the revolution
he 3 5 (•■•<* high and about 300 fret tlonwmd that It mak«*s no dlffi-reno* Glen Johnson. Jullett K. Zumwalt. A. .» Inevitable. Brigade and regimental
In length. Concrete will be the ma what sttltude the Department will (’. Wrenn. O. C. Applegate
! i-»«inlanders have been secretly or
ferial used In <x>nstruction, and tten . take. H«*crctary Morrison of the
There are a number of Klamath dered to prepare the division for in
ilim will b«- built In the form of twen American F«*deratlon of Ijibor. »ays ix-ople «ho have for some time de stant field service under actual war
ty-one hollow arches, shaped Ilk« a that more than twenty-five chart«-rs
sired to join in a movement to bring a conditions.
have already h«*en Issued and that higher class of attractions to thia city.
Four thousand recruits are drilling
Just m <t««on as th« machinery ar ns many more will noon b<* granted John Houston, manager of the opera ««ight hours daily. General Carter has
rives hat«- It Is to be taken to the
The F«*deratlon makes no secret of hous« has encouraged the Idea. and ordered them rushed to the Lion
scene of activities, and the work will the fact that It Intends to give aid
b«*en willing to make favorable con- Spring rifle range for rifle practice.
bn started as quickly as possible. AB j In every manner possible to the
cessions to assist such plans, The The troops are much excited, and are
It will b* an all-summer Job.
I clerks. If necessary, and according schools have joined in bringing two «-xp.-ctlng to see service within a
to th«« opinion of the labor officials attractions here, one of which will week.
REPORTED «HANGE OF TRAIN it may be they will call a- strike Ruch occur next Wednesday evening and
.i strike, tying up the mails, would b<> the other the 6th of April. The series
I IMF NOT < OXI IRMEII
1» Anwrtr* Preparing to Invade?
I on«*of th» most disastrous over known of entertainments now assured for
EL PASO. March IS.—It now looks
e-rlntrndrmt Metcalf Denies That i In this country. It Is said.
America Is preparing to Invade
next s«-ason should command the ln-
Huch Alteration is Co«-
: tercet of the public and a large sale of Mexico. I-ast night two companies of
plated at Prrwr-nt
ithe Twenty-third infantry was sta-(
MARAIDKR TAKES BIG QUANTITY season tickets would seem certain.
' tioned on the driveway to the bridge
Th« report that ths local passenger
crossing the Rio Grande, and two
train will arrive In Klamath Falla at J<M* Kennedy Am-eu-d a Very Short FIREMEN ENTERTAINED I«ARGE troops of the Fourth cavalry patrolled j
( IIOWII FRIDAY NIGHT
f> o'clock, commencing Monday, la
the river front half a mile further f
Time After the Discovery of
not confirmed by the ««fficfala of the
down. Until last night one company |
the < rtnu>
Shasta division Mr Milla, the local
of infantry patrolled the entire river
Music MM Much to Evcw-
agent, alatre that he has no knowl
Joe Kennedy r<*ata In the county
edge of th* change, neither has the Jail awaiting arraignment on a
Many believe that the troops are
iiasa<ng«r conductor or any of the burglary charge, as a result of the
massed to support Knox's demand for
From both social and financial
local railroad men.
al<«rtn<-SM dl»play«-d Saturday morning standpoints, the sixth annual ball the immediate release of Converse'
Sup»rlnt«-nd«-nt Metcalf, who ar- by Policeman C. C Low
nnd Blatt, while others think Mexico
given by th«- Volunteer Fire Depart
rived In th» city last evening from
Friday night entrance to the City ment of this city Friday night, was Is using the Converse and Blatt Inci
Dunsmuir In his private car, stated Bakery and Grocery on Main, between
dent to force American intervention.
'-mphatlcally that there was nothing Hlxth and Seventh Btreata, was gained the greatest success of the year, and
to It. nnd h«- had recelv«-d no notifica through a window In the rear of the the Are laddies are to he congratulat-
SI PERINTENDENT METCALF
tion of nny change. If any orders had store, which was pried loose from its <-d on their efforts to make the even
HERE ON INSPECTION TRIP
been issui-d Mr Metcalf would have catches and raised, and boiled hams,
been th«- first «me to have received fruits, canned goods. In fact, about der was maintained In such an ini
Comimny's Fngineer Consults With
mens« crowd Is remarkable.
S20 worth of asaorted groceries were
Brick and Htone ( <>m|Miiy R«-l-
It Is known, however, that efforts taken.
ative to a Npur Track
are being mad* by Portland to have
The robbery wav noted by Hania- which rendered excellent music. The
th* time of No. 15 on the main line ker brothers, owners of th«- store,
Superintendent Metcalf of the Shas
■ hang«-d so that It would arrive In when they opened next morning, and hall was tastefully decorated with
ta division of the Southern Pacific ar
Weed nt nn «nrller hour than nt pree- they notified Officer lx»w. After mak-
rived in the city Friday evening in his
' nt. If this should he accomplished Ing an InvestIgatlon Mr. Ix>w hap- whlh- streamers of the national colors
private car," Shasta.” He was ac
then the chang«* could b«- easily mad«> pened to hear a remark made by Hen-
companied by Roadmaster Carrigan
on th«- Klamnth Falls line. Acting on ry Lancaster that his partner, K«-n-
and a number of other division offi
rhe report of the «-arller arrival of the nedy. had brought a lot of provisions the ladles also enhanced the color
cials. Mr. Metcalf was simply making
train, n number of the husln«-sa men to their tent near Eighth and High
The members of the Klamath Falla a tour over the division, and ievt next
this morning seriously consider««! streets.
Department are all well known morning on his return. The roadmas-
ending a protest to the railroad com-
Becoming somewhat suspicious. residents in this etty, and they have ,er returned In his motor car, so as to
pany, their objections being basi-d on Low, accompanied by on«- of the Havn-
the fnct that such a change would itkers, went to the tent occupied by established as enviable a record for ,,lak<' a careful Inspection of the
< ause a «li-lay of a day in the Portland Kennedy and Lancaster, where they entertaining their guests as they have ,rark-
One of ,he objects of the visit of
rravel. However, It was decided to found the stolen goods, nearly a de for lire fighting. That their efforts
Metcalf was to consult with the
take no nctlon until the report could, livery wagon full. Kennedy was at' are greatly appreciated by the towns-
people Is shown by the generous sup-' members of the Hydraulic Stone and
the tent at the time, and was placed port given them during the sale of Brick company relative to the location
under arr«-st. He was turned over to tickets to last night's affair.
1 °f *be tracks and spur being built for
AN ADDITION %L ASSISTANT
custody of Sheriff Barnes, and
During the moonlight waltz, the the company at its gravel pits. Mr.
IS GRANTED POSTMASTER now awaits trial.
"ever-winking moon," secured espe-! ®un,n,era- vice president of the com-
clally for the occasion by J. V. Hous- l'an.v. went down Saturday morning
It Will Ih- Xo la«ng«-r >fci*N»nry for
ton. manager of the opera house, was wBh Mr. Metcalf and his engineer to ♦
Emmltt to Pay < leek Hire
on the screen.
,ook over the work.
From Private Funds
CLARK BKOIHERS ARE 01 THE SCENE
which will be presented during th«
fore part ot April. The excellent en
tertainment given lust spring by Mrs.
Gambell and a splendid company of
local people has not been forgotten by
th« many who had the pleasure ot at
That Mrs. Gambell Is excell«nt In
arranging such entertainments Is con-
ced«»d by all who have had the pleas
ure of attending them. To announce
that the entertainment Is to be given
on the scale of ths last on«. If not
surpassing It, will bespeak a crowded
Home of the beat talent In the city
has offered to assist Mrs Gambell,
and the details of the program, which
will be announced later, suggest an
elaborate affair. Not only will the
entertainment afford the city a so-
clety event, but It will also net the
Library dub a neat sum of money for
the purchase of additional books.
Charged with fishing without li NORTHERN CAFE BEING
SENIORS HOLD THE ANNI AL
censee, 1-eo Houston and .Maurice
THOROUGHLY REMODELED j
O'Connell were arrested Monday af
ternoon by Deputy Fish Warden Tel
Fun reigned supreme at the high
F. R. Burscotigh, proprietor of the
ford and taken before Justice Graves. Northern cafe, has removed the soft r school Friday, the occasion being the
O'Connell had not been Ashing, and drink establiahm<-nt from hla place of ^annual "Impersonation Day” exer
he was relensed. Houston's case wan business, and has fitted up an at cises of the Senior class. This is a
set for TtK-sday morning.
tractive r»-staurant. The interior is time-honored custom at the school,
to be reflnished, and wall mirrors and and every St. Patrick's Day the sen-
Riverside 12—Central IO
other Improvements have been or Í lors take chaTge of the school and
I impersonate the members of the fac-
The boys of the Riverside and Cen dered.
The restaurant Is especially adapted
tral schools met In n baseball battle
Horace Cox impersonated Principal
Sunday afternoon, and for the first to serving ladles and parties, and will
Faught; Wilbur Telford appeared in
match game of the season put up a make a specialty of Sunday dinners
the role of Professor Howard; Clar
pretty stiff little game, the Riverside and suppers after the Wednesdsy and
ence Motschenbacher as Professor
lads winning by the score of 12 to 10.
Dunbar; Roy Fauch as Professor
The batteries were- Riverside. Louis
Wirtz, and last, but not least, Jack
Dies in Han Francisco
Hoagland and Clarence Montgomery;
Edwards, standing on a box to give
Central. Earl Hilton and Earl Ritchie.
Word has been received in this city him height, and talking athletics, rep-
by Tony Castcl of the death of Arno H-sented Professor Eddy. Dick Smith,
J. F. Kimball, the popular repre Fischer In Han Francisco recently.
one of the States' beat known football
sentative of the Weycrhauser Lumber
Fischer, who wan about 35 years of players, was also "among those prev
company, came In Sunday from the age. was well known in this city, as ent." being represented by John Siem
west for a few weeks In I.akoview. he was employed for over two years ens.
Jack, as he Is popularly known, ha«v by Councilman (astel In the Bank
Miss Conrey and Miss Cornwall
many friends In Lake county, all of Exchange soft drink emporium. He were represeated by Jessie Telford
whom will be glad to welcome him. left Klamath Falls In December. The and Martha Taber, Each of these
Mrs. Kimball accompanied him.— cause of his demise Is not known brought out many traits of the char
acter they represented, and the whole
Planting Time Is Near
Don't wail to order until the tine- to plant is here.
If you wish
us to figure on your ordrr, whether it be large or small, remember
• hat we must All your order from Portland this Arst year, and it will
I m * from two weeks to a month after placing the order before it is de
If interested, kindly drop me a card right away and I will
call, whethrr It lie a rose bush or a commercial or« hard.
THE KLAMATH NURSERIES
G. S. EH LE, Proprietor, 1’. O. Box 92». KLAMATH FALLS, l)HE.
We now make four deliveries daily by
the General City Delivery. Your pat
ronage is solicited and satisfaction is
guaranteed Prices as low as possible
™<>M tw I J. W. HAWXHURSr
Spink the Jeweler
CORNER OF MAIN AND SECOND STREETS
When in need of anything in the jewelry line. Don't forget the
place. I am ¡>rc|«ared to take car«- of your wants promptly and with
out delay. I curry a large line of
Diamonds, Plain Gold Rings, Watches and
Chains, Cut Glass, Hand Painted
anti articles too numerous to mention. I make a specialty of all re-
l>air work. Agent for Columbia Graphopbon«- machin<-s and records.
Come and Get Acquainted
It’s a Wise Woman
Who puts a little money in the
woman can tell when she'll need
money pretty badly.
Trust and Savings Bakn has
many women among its depos-
thrift and wisdom by becoming
one of them.
First Trust and Savings Bank
KLTMATH FALLA, ORE.