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I NO .NATION"
The currrnt immhtir of "Th.i Com
i Nitloti, ' Hi" perannal organ of
Club" IMftnrit Ituaaoll, noted limit
HlD writer, author, reformct ntiil
iocIiIUI. contain n contribution
tiom Klinmlh Fall writer, Kllllo
ftrtii llul'e, who he typewriting
oflftt In Hi" Whlte-Mnildox hullitltiK.
"Th Coming Nnllun" U a ilUtlncttr
loclill.tlc production. Tim various
llklr inmrllmca Imll with throrl,
ib4 Mil' llul Mini U a regular con
trlbulnr to mniiy otlmr organ of tlm
MD trnilnir), Imtrail of adopting
Iht rough ftinl rugged way of railing
i (! I'aiIp, Rom about baring
br IJf nml tliixn of lirr mil much
M tKwIcjr due. Ill parable nirtlioil,
The title n( lirr itnry la "lUnillii'
Pl)kl (0 I In- llllMe," hollClll whlrh
ipviri tin' real name of tlm author
tu. Tli" utitry I" III conventional
tijl. but It U "Aunt Nancy of Klam
ilh Hi'lti. Ore," llint U playing tlm
((khIIh to mi Interlocutor with Mm
Joim In llin I - 1 1 r role. Tlm ttmmo
U i w-ll selected onr, lint U capable
tf itrongcr treatment, whlrh doubt
bit Mr llulcn I competent, under
nor fitiirabln condition., to glvn It
Tit grsiriiirn of tier Ihrmn I hulll
ci the (irnriita of huudreila of thou
Midi to hour In buy necklace and
Dthr frill fur magnate and their
aim, hrr iiiiitrntlnn bring that It l
l.t orkliiKim-n who make tlm prea
nti, nl the aoclallatlc aunt la re
vklBC her nli-co In an educational
sort of on Ilia meaning of the
trosg embodied hi tho whole sys
THE FIRST BALLOT
t'.tllHH I, lli;Vli:V OK HITUATIOX
IIV IIHtria.MI JOUHXAL 4HVKM
ritini:.N r sun votkm ix the
Cloie urry of Dm fluid In tlm
l!M of tin. latest development
m It iMlblu to glvo an rillmate
ef the rwult when tlm nasi national
rvpubllran convention meets, saya
l-i I'ortland Journal. With clalma
o ill il.ir. i,.i,.u, look, like Taft
It flrat ballot, with Roosevelt a
An Mtlmiitn by Mate of tha
"Mitli Dt tlm various candidate
iHwTaft 5!i, Hooaovnlt 343, Iji Kol
Wit Jt ninl Cummlni 16, with 88 In
Im doubtful ll.t. ThU rIvm a total
1.078 ilrl,Kntia, S1U votoa needed
l nominal,, in tho official rail for
lit ronpt)tln only 1.078 delcRalr
" lined, iht, national commlttco
'! mirlookiMl tlm fact that tho
itatu if nw Meilco haa two
-Mmttri of ((inisrcua, and la entitled
tllhl dp(.RntM. While tho call
oi only (x to Now Mexico, It In
J1"1 "ill Hio other two ilelnRnt.a
i I be icntni Wihut qucttlon.
in miikliiK m the eatlmato Tnft
" M,' ro.iucoil h, anvernl RUtKR
' llm iiuiiihor ha may receive
"'uHioriurH claim ho will cot prac
ily a ii.li.i d,.n.Kaiion In Miin
""Hti. but In tlila oitlmata ho Is
"n 20 nml IJooaovelt JO. Ron.?.
1 7 bl,n,,,lf "ly clnliiu so of tho on
wimtM of N0W York, and odda nro
J:"'? "'"l l' will not Rot mora thnn
" m HiIh rillmnta he li lren 13.
J..u . ,,n"l,' t of 88 It
"MM bn Hiirprlao of U Kollette
"Mure, hnlf 10 ,uimber, while th
"Jjr half m ,,0 uwde( hetwoen
n. Hoonovon. California and
,',,'n ftr I'lncod In tho doubtful
'Bn, ioK with dlitrlcU In South
"oi nnd Mlnneaota, whew U Fol
mt U Urong.
itpe.t,ollowln Mte of tho
" of tho candidate, wu ile.n-
riT.i , !"l,,,Jr oui'eo-'. Ineludlng the
RooL '"" of """W TRft.
"iwi whore delecktM have alrwdy
wn cho"n. Tlewi ot Independent
obaorver. nml careful wuIrIiIhr of
tlm InfliiPiicii of loader In vnrloui
Estimate of Nl-rnxtli
Arknmaa . . ,
Delaware . . , . ,
Kentucky . . . .
Mlrl.lKMi . . .
Mliinciita . M
New Jeraey . . .
North Carolina ,
Ithodn Inland . ,
Houth Dakota . .
Tenneeo . . . .
Vermont . . .
WaihlnRton . . . .
Weal VlrRlnla . .
I'orto II lc
Philippine ... .
Knr U Kollette North Dakota 10,
Wlaronaln 34. Total 34.
Knr Cummin Iowa 16.
ItrpmlUlr'l In .North Dakota
North Dakota' repudiation of the
clalma of tho Itooncvelt men that ho
would take all tho direct primary
utatiw under hi wlnR wilt unques
tionably havo a lining effect In La
Koltetto' favor, and will correspond
Ingly deprea the Itooievclt enthuil
Taft already ha a Reed atari In
delegate actually elected. Ho haa
Alabama' 34, all but ono dUtrlct In
VlrRlnla, and probably that alio, at
of Florida' 13, and all of Georgia'.
38. Teiaa and North Carolina are
tho only atatea In which llooaevett
line a Reed hold. The Indiana pri
maries for convention delegate aa
mi re him prlctacally a solid delega
tion there. Oklahoma Is tho only
state that has declared for Itooao
velt so far, and some of tho districts
I hero havo been carried by Taft.
Cummin ha been unable to hold
his own In Iowa, losing several dis
trict to Taft. Ono Wisconsin district
svomu to bo shaky, nnd may bo won
from l.a Kollctto by Taft.
HERE FIOI MICH
TO MAKE FUTURE HOME
Julius lleauregard ot Ludlngton,
Maaon county, Michigan, whore ho la
Juatlco of tho pence, arrived here last
night, with tho view ot making thla
county his future home. Trior to
ccmlng hero ho spent some tlmo with
hi brother In Medford, and the latter
encouragod him to comb to Klamath
Palls In pursuance of his detlro to aet
He In the West.
Judgo lleauregard toek u promi
nent part recently n health affair
In Mason county, when ho was apj
pointed township health officer
I.inldlnstnn In atatnnlni out what
called the "vaccination epldomi
and enforcing the vaccination laws
Aakad aa to hla observations wl
reference to the presidential situation
the judge laid his belief wu that It
would, 10 far aa the primaries were
concerned, result aa follews: La
Kollette. renubllcan; Clarke,- demo
crat; Debs, socialist.
Don't foriet the ave-cent danee at
the opera house tomorrow Bigot
BE PAID MAY 1
XOTICi: HUNT TO I'AIIMK.ItH THAT
IICII.DI.Ml CHAIU1KH FOIt lot I
iii:co.mi:h iii.i.gtiK.T o.v thk
I'lltHT OK MAV
The farmer under the -ovcrnment
Irrlxatlon project are rerclnlnR notlco
from tho laud offlco to tho effect that
tlm biilldliiK chnrRoa for 1911 will
become dvllnqucnt May I, 1H13, and
If not paid by thai dale no further no
tice will bo given, but th'o charfen
will In. aubjeel to forecloatirn proceed
While thla haa alway been the rule
of the department, yet heretofore It
haa not been tlm rti.tom of tho land
office to mnd out notlrea until after
the paymenta became delinquent. Tho
booka were uaualty checked up on or
after May lit, and If It waa found
that aome of the land ownera had
neRlected to make their paymenta.
notice waa Riven them, and they were
Riven thirty daya from the dato of the
notice In which to Ret the money to
tho land olTlce, Till rvo aomo of
tho farmer who might bo a little
hard up a month or ao additional
time In whlrh to ratio tho monoy.
Now, however, tho notice) are Riv
en bitforuhand, nnd there will be no
chance of accurlnif thla eitra time.
On May 1, the 1911 ctmrrc become
dellmiuent, and the 1913 rharRM be
TWO YOtr.VO LADIKM WILL EX.
OAOK IX TIIK MANUFACTURE
OK CIKkCOIiATKH AXD FHKXCII
Tho "Chocolate Shop" I to be the
name of a now eitablUhment which
will npon for business on Saturday,
March 30, at 12B North Fourth street.
Tho place Is to he operated by Mlsa
Mabel Nlckerson and Miss Agnes
Btephenion, both well known young
ladles of Klamath Falls, who are to
engage In tho manufacture and aate
of candles, making a spoclalty of
Miss Nlckerson can bo considered
an expert In the making or choice
candles, and already baa a most favor
ablo local reputation In thla line
Friends of tbo young lady who have
sampled some of her confections have
really been Instrumental In Inducing
her and Miss Stevenson to enter busi
ness. Work ha commenced on tho
Interior Improvement and fitting of
tho hop. and It I to be flnlihed en
tirely In brown.
IIIIYAX REFURKH TO
VOTE FOR HAIIMOX
United Press 8er1ce
KKARNEY, Neb.. March 23.
Speaking at tho banquet In honor ot
his birthday last night, W. J. Tlryan
doclnrod that If Harmon carries tho
democratic presidential primary In
Nobraska he (Dryan) will resign as
delegate to Dsltlmore If elected. He
refines to vote for Harmon.
licit dance rauilo you ever heard
at tho Ave-cent dance at uousions
opsra houso Saturday night.
ORDER OF EAGLES TO
At a moetlng of the Fraternal Or
der of Eagles, Crater Aerie 1616, to
be held on Wednesday night In the
new hall In the west end, me cam'
nnlan for Increased membership.
m uudortakejiJUatts-ali-UUIl' n
71 the program includes
smokers, stag parties, ladlea' pnrtlea
and vocal and Incremental enier
Ulnments. Tho present Worthy
drand President, A. M. Crystal, la the
leading spirit of tho movement for
the development of the Beagles' aerie
In this county. Prior to hla appoint-
ment to hi preaent office he waa
prominent member of the Dunimulr
aerlo, and waa pnaldent there for
two year. It la entirely oWlnR to hla
IndbfatlRablo teal that the Crater
aerlo ha been revived Into anima
tion and Riven the atlmulouf of new
llfo nnd vigor.
Mr. Cryitat'a aln to aecura a mem-
borahlp roll of 260 may aeem quit
pretentloui one, but It la quite com
patible realisation when It la borne
In mind that the Jurlidlctlou of tho
local aerie embrace the entire coun
ty, and I not confined to tbli city
Tho concert which will be Riven
ome time next month at tho hall will
bo a comprohenilve one, In that It
will Include a wide range of Klamath
TRYIXU TO PROTKHT
HOME FROM COXTEBT
Mrs Mary A. Jones Is down from
her homestead near Odeasa to look
after her Interest In a contest which
has been brought against her home
by James nialr, and which baa been
set for hearing on April iota. The
homvitead la situated about all miles
south of Odessa, and Mrs. Jonee baa
been living there with her five chil
dren, the youngest of whom la only a
little over s year.
Tbo homestead was originally tak
en by John L. Jones, who made It the
homo of himself and family. Mr
Jones was drowned In the Upper Lake
In February, 1907, and since that
tlmo his widow and family have bud
a hard struggle to exist.
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
FAKS ELECT OFFICERS
At a moetlng of the baseball en
thuslasta of the high school yester
day a manager waa elected for the
team, which will be orgaalxed aa
toon aa the weather conditions will
permit. A property man waa also
itected. The eeeswBo bold otto
In this capacity are Olen Garrett aad
Walter Hale respectively.
The boys are expecting to do great
things In the baseball line thla year,
and Judging from the ehowlng tney
mado last year, It looka as though
they will be able to hold their own
on the diamond.
IS CLEARED OP HOI
Tho question whether the local
high school team will be required to
rlilt other district to competo la de
bates, aa formerly scheduled, or re
main at home, has been eettled, ac
cording to a letter received by Mr
Coatee from LeRoy JoJbnson, secretary-treasurer
of the Oregon Debat
ing Society. There haa been aome
controversy concerning the debatea
which are to take place at the differ
ent schools lately, and until the prea
ent time no definite action bad been
taken. The original schedule pro
vided that Southern Oregon should
meet Coos Day at that city, but by
some mistake or oversight In the mat
ter, It waa agreed that they were to
come here. Now that the schedule
has been adjusted so that It fits the
convenience of all, It haa been de
cided to have Coos Day compete with
the Central Oregon dUtrlct (Alba
ny) first, and then the winner of thla
debate will meet the local high. If
Albany wlna It has been provided that
they entertain Klamath high at Al
bany, but It Coos Day la successful
the team here Is to entertain North
Dend In this city on May 3d. The
high school hero will take the nega
tive, and not the affirmative, aa pre
viously stated In the schedule. ThU
atrangement will be final, since It
waa submitted to the president. Mr.
Rutherford, and be announced that
It would stand.
The local high school la working
bard to get Into shape In ease they
should be required to Journey to
ether high schools. It will be remem-
ered that the team from the local
Igh haa recently added two vlctorlee
Its credit, and Is striving hard to
pture the rest of them.
The five-cent dance at the opera
house tomorrow night will be an in
novation, and one that will be appro
elated by lovera of the pastime.
Mr. aad Mrs. Rob't Sloaa left this
morning for Donansa, to spend the
day with Mrs. L. L. McDonald, sUtsr
ot Mrs. Sloan. Thsy will return to
morrow or the day alter.
'. M. RKIDY WILL ERECT BUILD.
IXO OX 8EVKXTH HTRKKT FOB
1'ACIKIC TELEPHONE AND TEL.
P. M. Reldy, vice president of the
First Trust and Barings bank, waa
today notified by the Pacific Tele
phone and Telegraph company that
bis offer for the erection of a building
to be leased by the company baa been
According to the agreement Mr.
Reldy la to erect a building on the
west aide of Seventh atreet, between
Main and Klamath, 30x76 feet, to be
built of brick aad concrete, with ce
ment basement the full else of the
building. This building U leased by
the telephone company for n term of
ten years, and la to be completed and
ready for occupancy within ninety
days. The Western Union Telegraph
company will also occupy quarters la
Mr. Reldy stated this afternoon
that work on the structure would
commence at once.
ROYALTY GOES TO
CORFU FOR VACATION'
Untied Press Service
BERLIN, March 33. The kaiser,
Prince August Wllhelm and Princes
Victoria atarted for Vienna tonight
on a special train. From Vienna they,
will go to Corfu for a vacation.
ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING a HELD
IX INTEREST OF OROANIZA.
TIOX OF Y. M. C. A. FOR THU
At a meeting of the Boosters Clu
last night at the court house many
attera ot Importance were brought
p for dtscvjsalon In which tho club
ad the pleasure of hearing some of
prominent business and profes-
onal men give their vlewa on the
uestton of orgsnjfjncajrj
en the meeting wat
sr by the president. Mr
haw, the first step taken waa the re
port of the committees. Directly fol
lowing this Mr. Krause brought forth
the suggestioa that sufficient funds
be drawn from the treasury for the
defraying ot all expenses that might
arise from Urns to Urns while pro
ceed Inge were being carried on In es
tablishing tho organisation.
E. L. Elliott reanonded to u. call bv
the president to give n short talk
and express bis views aa to the for;
ing or aucn n ciud ana now jsr'go
about U. Mr. Elliott stated tlat he
waa greatly la favor or the Y.
A movement In thla city, aad
lend his every effort In getting
its feet. He said the young men o
to have n place to epend their evel
Ings besides those places which would
not beneat them materially, and It
waa no more than right that that
place ahould be the Y. M, C. A. It
was suggested by Mr. Elliott that
they form themselves Into some kind
ot club nnd try to secure the neces
sary funds for n bulldlnt by tssuln
stocks or shares, aad arrange these
according to the amount each one
wanted to take out He said In this
way they could raise sufficient money
and at the same time have some mon
ey coming In with which to meet the
A short talk waa made by Mr. Wes
terfeldt, and In hla review of the sit
uation he said he thought It would
be a good chance to have active and
associate members, similar to those
of ths regular Y. M. O. A. ot the
larger cities. As the older men who
could not be la n position to lead the
necessary aid on committees aad such
tlks, It would be a good scheme to
have them come In aa asoclate mem-
Following this .talk by Mr. Wester
feldt a few words war given by Mr.
Hunt, eaeouragtag tho club. He ex
pressed himself aa ready aad wMMag
to give hie support to any movement
that would have the welfare of the
young men at heart, and lend every
aid he could In securing Its malaUn-
As superintendent nnd secretary of
Sunday schools for over twenty years,
and probably able to give aome light
on the subject of a T. M. C. A. move
ment, Mr. C. C. Biower waa called
i.u nexL Mr. Brower made the state
ment that the Invitation waa the best
thing on earth. He held aa bis vtows
on thla subject that when an Inven
tion la sent to aaicae It te an honor.
and la looked npon aa n personal In
terest by the sender. He waa very
much pleased with the start the boys
are making la tbli lias, and bo:d
that they would succeed la every wy,
Captain O. C. Apnlegate gave hi
views on the T. M. n. A. project, and
expressed It aa one of hli greatest de
sires to sse It become ore of the teed
Ina, Institutions In this eitjr. Mr.
Coatee and Mr. Flyni gave similar
clews on the subject. They fevered
It because It provide! a place for the
young men who so desired to spmd
A suggestion by Mr. yfrssee that
some literature coacern'ng the move
ment be secured and sent to n number
of outslife tapera aa well as the lotU
papers, and see If some enthusiasm
cannot be aroused and ahow the peo
ple of other eitlee that we are alive
and desirous of establishing n reput
able Institution here. The question
of sending a delegate to Portland waa
brought up for discussion, nnd many
argumsats were had coaceralag the
best way to go about the matter. It
waa decided to wait and see what the
report of the committee woald be at
the next meeting aa to the best plan
to adopt. Aa this flaUhed the bust
nees on hand ths meeting adjourned
HANTA FE TRAIN
RUNS DOWN AUTO
United Press aVrvtee
PASADENA. Calif.. March It. A
Santa Fe train wruck the aato of
Merchant Edward Rasaeb. aad car
ried It a block on the pHot of the est-
ajae. Every none la Ruaach'a body
Mr. E. W. Mutter of this dt, who
joined the Boosters who left recently
for San Francisco, Is now oa his way
to Loa Angeles, where he will visit
Ais father aad sister. He will ao
doubt take In tho land ahow which Is
being held there, and help boost this
country to the best of his ability. Mrs.
Muller will remain In Oakland, where
he la staying with friends aad rela-
Ives since her arrival.
The Klamath Military bead la re-
Idng over the fact that they, nave
ad the good fortune of having R- A.
ewey with them again. Mr. Rewey.
It will be remembered, played with
the band boys last summer, aad It
araa partly with hla help that the
Sand made auch n splendid showing.
It Is expected that a few more of the
murlelana who were here last sum
mer wilt arrive shortly.
Although It U yet early U the seaV
ton there Is much activity among the
armors ot the Klamath basin. A
large portion of the plowlu has been
done, and In every field can be
the gang plows la operation. Cargo
plowedtwnVsaaamtaijVlng. This will,
howsvsr. not causeiH!wter hay crop
than heretofore, aa a large acreage
waa sows to alfalfa last year. It la
also noticeable that the eabe brush
areas that have dotted the cultivated
districts are fast dlsappearlag. bota
under the ditch aad on the dry land.
It la apparent that ssvsrat thousand
acres wilt be added to the farming
district this year.
Probably no other one thing la the
entire baaln makes such a good Im
pression on the homesseker and set
tler aa tbo fact that the farmera ot
Klamath county are making substaa-
tlal Improvements. la the past year
doxena of comfortable houses aad
large barna have keen put ap, to take
the place ot akaeka that were ecaree-
ly nay better than tho Indian's teepee.
It akowa that a tillers ot the soli
are ao loager-a transient class, but
are building permanent homes. They
are more) contented with their lot-
fewer good farms are offered for sale
aad the price is gradually going up.
Remember the chtcken-ple dinner
at the Uhrary oa Saturday evealns,
CITIZENS APPEAR ON
IN WHITE HATS AND LXA1
"RODBO" BANDS OREAT Of.
Nothing Is to be left undone to ad
vertise Klamath eouaty Irst "rodeo."
which Is to be held la Klamath Fatts
the last of May aad irst of Jane.
A supply of special leather hat
bands with the words '
ath Falls." has been
this morning a large) aamber of the
business men aad Stka spsssrod m
tke street wearlnf these beads aa
their hats. It Is proses d te la- nee
every maa possible la the etty to ear
these hat bands, la order to advertise
aot only to visitors to oar etty. but to
residents of Us county that there to
to be somtthlag doing la sTIsmsth
Falls the last of May.
Already the rodeo to betas well ad
vertised outside ot the eeanty. A
eommuaieatlon has been rsootvod
from the Miles corporaUoa ot Sea
Fraadaco, relative to taklag moving
pictures, aad It Is practically assured
that at least on moving picture out
fit will be here during ths event. This
would be the irst machlas to
pictures la the eouaty.
At the meeting of Prosperity Re
bekah Lodge No. 164, 1. 0. 0. ., tost
night the following members were ap
pelated as ths committee la shsrge et
the April beaqutt. which wiU bo gtv
ea at regular meetlns ea Tkarsdar,
Dorathea Cofer (chatnaaa), NeMte
Orubb. Thos. Grebe. aWe Chsststo,
Oee. Chestaln, Lorlada tanker. A. W.
Met. JsasJe Kara. Myrtle saewtav J
at Howls. Ctareaeo Mitchell, Msreaa
Jamison, Ida M. Flak, E. O. Argravee,
arotte.Hara. Lena Smith, W. O.
Smith. Addle McCoy, Ones Hewttt,
C. C. Cofer.
SURVEYORS AT WORK CTJTTINO
FAMOUS RANCH INTO
TRACTS TO BE PLACED ON'
rvoylng crew under B. B. Hen-
bow at .work making n survey
the well kaowa Aakeay- ranch a
few mllea south of the city, for the
purpose of cutting It up Into forty
aad eighty acre tracts. The- Aakeay
reach la considered oae of the beet
tracts or agricultural land la the
county, and consists of lfji aeresi-
ii acres or wnicnaswe a psia up
lete wlthla a week or tea days.
d the property ready to be placed
n tne marnet n. a. naii ox wi
Ity will have the handling of the
property for Mr. Aakeay. and the
seme will be sold In small tracts to
sutt ths purchaser. As most ot the
land is covered with a permaaeat wa
ter right for irrigation purposes. It to
consldsrea as very desirable, aa there
will be no further charge except the
maintenance charge ot 76 cents per
XO ALLOTMBNTC MADE
IN KLAMATH RBSKRVB
WASHINGTON, D. 0., March .
fenator Chamberlain haa taken up
with the Indian office the desire et
the fish aad gams-commission to get
certain lands in ths Klamath rose
vatlon. Ha waa Informed that allot
ments have not been made, aad ac
cordingly n MgregatlM eaanot be
made at present.
Hunter Savldge ot tke SaviAfe
Brothers Lumber company has sea
to Sua Fraaetseo. where he will meet
Mr. KonkU, the vice president et the
company, who baa just arrived Item
Grand Rapids, Mien., ea ale way here.
Bvsrytktug tot fresh fruits at Ham-'
aksr's Groeery and Market. M-