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KLAMATH FALLS, OHKOON, 1UCNIMV, MAY H, IIII2
Priet, Fife OmM
GIN FIGHT FOR
i, iimi: to mini: crater
Will Mi el Want Klrrjr I'mumer
.1.1 I'lnli. Ilevrlotilllctll Irf'HUUi'. i
lit" . ' "
,Nrlu,lM'r awl t'lllaen In Oregon
1 TnVi Hitiitl In Hip Fight '
hKtiif mi AiNprlllnii ' TIMI,.
(HXI for Highway
1'imTI.ANI), May 28. -Will (1
Hl,rl, Him limn wlm '" " many ypar
till tirrll limiting lilt tllllu mill I'll
flit and minify In gain thu gutrrif
mnt rrrnKiittlun and ndl fur Crnter
Ul National I'urk iipnlril In nmkn
l l tip fltieal park In llin wo'lil, linn
tiicMitil wind 'col" Washington Hint
M tl lln Hum lin roinn (or i'Iitj
runnurrclal cli'h. development league.
r.ria'pr uml rlllieli III Oregon In
like a hand III III" Hk lit to securp mi
irrropruiiiMi nf iTon.ooti fur n ay
Kin of iusiU through H park.
Mr HIppI' Inbora In hplinlf of thl
iprinUil'ii. v It It- It I hum before,
rrncri-o n linen hill. Imln liron
.rollitlii Tun limn ago ln ur
(u'IpI u uiIp'miIIih tli ilepartinpni
In tli" ileielnimieiit nf Hi park, uml
id tiMMinniiiiii "' 1 1 'i.iiiiii for mil
Hire sump - nf nmil was retired.
The Hirvfin uric run Iml nut, mnt
Ihr r ili'imlllili III lint lnl.ru up
the rkiiM in Kiiiti) iiriii'( What I
louthi lino nml tin secretary of
tr Im nninnll)' nal:i-il for II In liln
lrtt a Inl npprnitlntlnn nl
liOO.mio uiiili'r Him iniillniiliiK run
met iiMi-m i) v, iiieii nno.ooo
would lir mmlithle enrli )rnr fur m-v-ta
One lilll iirmlillnif fur lhl appro
priation h been Intrndurpd In Hip
wnite lt Senator tlimriip, mill tlm
iMrrtin nl wnr h iipppiuriitpl It
with ninth r hill Klvlnc fuller dn
lillt of 1 1, v irrtiiiuipnt work ro
qnlrrJ, noil II rnul llpprcaputatltn
tUvlry ha liilrniliiiTil n tlilril lilll
in Ihr Iwuae (or Urn same apprnprln
Him tYn.rn these lilll ramp Iwforn Hiu
lumrnliirp on appropriation In each
inuw Imi Orlnliur .Mr. Hteel Jour
VJid In Waahlngtnii at liU own ex-
pnii Hi. mil only uw vprnl input
Ur f Imlti commit tr Imllvlilnnlly,
W. lie pnt lipforn rnmmlttrn nii'pt
Ice ami tnlkpil lli pxplitlnpil llio
Mmlirt of Crnlrr l.nkp National
rtrl Mliirh Im lolil ip rommlltpx In
tin mmi nonilvrdii park In Hip
otlil, ami oiilllnrit Hip itnvplopnipnt
WrJnl In mnkn It arcpniiltilp to vl
Kor tmiiD'.plKht ypara Mr HIppI
hit know it CriiliT Uiko Nallonnl
I'irk a no ntlipr limn liaa known It,
rid In nil flint limp hit litis Iippii
orkliiK Umnril tlm piiiI Hint nnw
Mtina In night Tho report Im kvo
Ih rniicrrHiiiiirii una o tliorntlKli, an
full n( Marl knnwIiulKii o( wlinl la
BKpkaarr in uiitkp Hila pnrk nrroaa
IN In tin. pulillp, nml an IntcrpatlliK
ml rntliualnallr from ttu piithiial
m nf iIiiihii tui.it)-p(lit ypnra, Hint
Brarly .ary nipinlipr of llin rnimnll
Uu nuuri'.l It I in iipraonnlly Hint lie
fuorril dm niiroprlntlou.
Hut iiiroirlntloiiH of Hila aort nro
not iinmi'ii on aopnrnluly, tint nro In
tlujfd in wiint la known na tliv sun
dry cIMI , TH waii , Hip,, ,.
tt nmaiiiprntlnn, an tho Hmn wnn
"I rlpp (or llin ppoplo nf Orritou lo
Vp tlipinaflvpH hpnril.
Now, IiiiMiiVit. tlm aniulrv civil
Ml lm KiiiiK lipforn tlm rominlllppH,
na tin. m lnH ,.oniP HnyH Mr.
Slid, fur nil Orpifnii In rlao up uml
"'nibanl lu repreaonliitlvpH In roil-
iirpM mo, (ommunlrntlona ilpniniul
"i llin npiiroprlnlloii. Whnt la nooil
' now la (or OrpKon lo prpan IIh cnao
u aiiow lu InturpKt In llin iIpvpIop
nmi f Hip park.
It-ret IIik (nmpiilRii In motion, Mr
8'l linn unit out tho following lot
'M to i-vry rnninicrrlnl nml ilavoliu-m-ni
orKimiiKtlon nml nnwapnpi). In
"Dour Hlr-Whllo In Wnahlugton
lt mIiiIit. It wnH my prlvlloRo to
MMnl lo ,(I npproprlnllom com
" of hotli Honnto and houip. n
Plea for fnvornhlo ronalilprntlou of
'"rim-a l,IU (B, 43, nm, fli 44(5,)
M I'loya (II. a. t8,437). In lltw
l tho report of tho aocretary (II.
8), naklng for fund to con
J"t u nHlom of roada In tho Crn
'UU Nutinnnt I'nrk.
f!1,9, ""'or w" received with
ll'oiuiiiue! ori I'ngw 4) "
To Get Seven
I'iiIIpiI I'rraa Hirln
llACIIAMCNM) Mn S (liiwi.
inn JiiIiiihiiii Ima Kriiuli'il 11 ri.prli'tp
(11 AIi'IiiiiiIit Htnfainr 11111I W'lllli
l.illa, nlm win- aiMilpuci'il In Iiiiiik nl
hnn ()iii'iitlu im I'rlilm Thi' ri.prli'M'1
It flir IMiVt.ll Mipka
RAILROAD CHIEFS !
TO VISIT OREGON
I.IICAT sum III. UN w 11. 1, km it
i iaiiiai, I'AitT or r.vn: am
sltOV tOMIIilONS 1
I'Oltri.AMl, Mn 2k Clili.fa nl
Hip wirlmia ilppnitlui'iita nf Hn (Irriit
Nnilliprii liiiiulKmlliiii ilriuirliiii'iila lu
Kl I'mil ami I hi. uinat Itiipnrlnnt in
tin NnriliwpHt aiurif.1 )'ati.n'iy
itiiniiliiK on n lour n( (Vtitrnl (iriKmi
In plmly ronilllliuia mul Knlu liidirmu
llnii rirat linml In lie tiai'il III tile pni"
rnlii. 11 of 11 vlKiimiia rmiiinliii for
Tlii pntl) lll In1 lipmli'il li iIpii
cnil luimlRrnllnn ARrtit I!. r I. Iy.
wllli lii-niiiinrti'ra nt HI I'iiiiI, nml W
I' llmlilaiin. pri-alili'iit o( Hip Ori'Kuti
It Wi'tlprii Cnloiilrntlnu "'i.iip)
Mr lintlilauii rrrrlinl a .I'l.'xr.uii
Irmii Mr LppiI) aliitltiR Hint In-, wlili
a parly of apti-n. wn Ipnrlng Spi
kaiii' mul for Mr D.iil.lmin ( mi-i't
It I in pi ri.ni.rlilKi' lii piiilmrk on lli.i
On-Kou Trunk for Hrml Krom llrnil
Hii-y Mill kii lu two nr tlirrr nulor.n-hlli-a
In Hlltrr likn. In a auutliprly
illrnrtlnn orr Hip Cpiitral Orpcnn pla
Iran. Ilipuri' to Chrlatmna Vnllpy,
Fort Hock nml Hampton Vnllpy. rov
crliiK nil n( tlii-ap illatrlcla on Monday.
On Tm-ailay Hip) plan lo alng orr
Into Hip llarupy Vnllpy to llurna. to
api'iul U'..(liiii.iln' with "lilll" llnnlpy,
Hip Chilli, king mul Cmtr.il Ori'cuu
lionatPl I'nim llaup)'a rnurli Hip
patt) will ki In l'rlnplll nml Hipiicp
nrrnaa Hip roiinlr) lu 11 wralprl) ill
nrilou In Hlatpra
Thu olllrlnla will not only lliapril
Hip IaiuI f Hip Ori'guli A- Wmtpnii
t'oloiiKatlnu coiupiiny. lu whlili I. W.I
Hill la i.li'UUply Intprpatpil. Imt will
nln look opr Kinprniiipul land oppn
to piilry. Hiuiiaamla of ppoplp In Hip
Knat hi'lng Inlprpalpd In aurli Inmla
lu Hip paat tlm railroad haw Hindu
no t-rfort to furulali nnlhliiK hm Kph
rrnl Information nlioiil lioinpalpnd
Imida. In' llin (net Hint Hip ImiiiI
grnllnu olllclala will makp a lliorougli
tiutr of condition Imllcntp Hint
hpiirpforlh Hip tlrrnt .Norllurn nun
itidoulitPilly nlao Hip Norllipru Pa-
clllc. which I piiinlly Inlirpalpil with
Hip (In-at NiirlliiTii In Hip iIpvoIop-
iiipiiI of (Vnlnil Orpgon. will diaapni
InnlP anrh lufornintlon lo proaptrtU
aptllpr. giving Hipiii not only Hip lo
inllon of Hip land, lull nl" lot Hipiii
on how to tukp up Hipkp lnd '
how to innkp n alnrt undpr Hip moat
Tlm parly lina J"t complptPd
n.nr nf IlialUI'llOU of HlP lllllll HOftll
of Hpokmip mid Into llrllUh Cnlmnhla.
I'rpaldont t'nrl II. oriiy i i"" l''
Norllipru nrcoiiiiunyluK Hipiii Hint
trip, mid nnw limy dpslro lo get ppr
aoimlly iiciiualnlcil with aclunl condl
tlnua In IVulral Oregon.
Tlm li-lpgriim lo Mr Davldaon did
mil glvo Hip mum- 'f ' mcmlipra
of the parly, hut II I" nndrratood Hint
iiiiioug Hipiii wl" I"'. PHll,' !-"
i.....iv. v. W. (iraham. "r"'"1 No"11
rn Imluatrlnl agent wllh hpndniiar
... ... rt.uiin.,. W. I'.. Coman. gen-
,-ral fiplKht mid passenger nKont of
tlm North Hank nml mil hup m '
go.., mid liln aKsUltint. W.ti Wllkea.
"Tho purpnao of making tho Ifl'i
..i.i Mr ttavldanu. "I one that will
r" ... ... 11 u
mei.n much in Oregon, tor 11 in...-"
that tho HIU llni'H aiP going 1. ......
vlgormiH mul pffectlvo campnigu 1..1
now settler for Oregon, mm 1 """
larly Central Oregon. It will ho
Hualneaa Irlp. ami the nto.t crofl
obMirvmioii will Ho .nk J'11 ,U"
tlm route, which will eow-r hundreda
,11,, They will not only look
"vor the holding of the OreBon &
Wostoru ColonUatlou compnny. Irnl
nlao homoatead lamia. Mr whlrii
groat many people In . m hi ..U
Hiatea nml tho Kt r w,K,r,'r looK
IM .Wo expect the trip will conanmo
the hPttcr part of n week."
B. P. 0. ELKS -
Illy Mm. I'. Kim llaldwln)
M.I.MS SI'III.NO ui:i;u hiti:
Hiiiic 'k, nml flump f'niiiiiili.liii Him
ll.n.il .( thin I'mil ,.l McHiug,
II11I Will Up I'iimiiI In Diihle Hoi ill.
liiiti'iintii'iit U Vet) hlnu III Ailing
nil Hip llt'iiii't n( the hlntr (.'nm
liiliilnii Mr mul Mr. C V. Htoiiu rvliirund
Iimi i)i.ilug fimii I'nrtlalid, where.
Mr KtuiiP hna lierti lu attviidauru nl
Hip miuiinl inii'tliig n( thu Klali mid
llntim ininitilaalnii. Mr. Ktnnii atntca
t lint preparation urn lielng mado for
1 hi' hhlinni'iit of yuiiiig trout for aup
pl lug Hip stream of Klmnath cnuu
t) AI11111I ino.liOO will h nhlpiiod
lii'ie prnhnlilt nliiuit Hip mldillo of
'Hie itueatlnn nf itilnhllnhllig a can
Irnl triiul lialchery haa not yet tioim
si'tlli'd." aald Mr. KIoiip. "I sc
ii'pdi'd III kii'pltiK the dpclalon o.nj
iiiiiii hip lii-u mrptiug in Hip liopv
Hint e would lie utile to arcuru tho
Kprltig t'rei'k alte, hut the apnrtampn
mul tlalipriiii'ii iup prraalng 11a for a
hnlrliery. and wp ranunl poatpnup nr
ilou tniirh lotiRpr I'iiIps wo grt the
tonaiiil nf Hip gowrnmcut to pur-l
ruaaii ine priug ureeK situ anon,
Klamath t utility will Ioip Hip rhaucp
nf spciiritig Hip hatchery
"It ai'i'ina that wp havp dono pvcry
thliu wo could lo venire the alt... Wo
haw taken Hip uinllcr up with tho
Kowiitncnt, mid lmu urged our sen
ntora ami congrpauieu to tnkp up the
mutter at Wnahliii;(ou and do every
thing in their power to secure the
alte (or the atnte. The outlook la
pry tnroralile, and I opIIpvo thai wc
ran gel the rnnaent o( Hip golem
niriit. hut I am atrald that they will
Iip an alow In acting that Klamnth
county will Inai) tho opportunity of
securing tlm hatchery, and the com
lillaaloti will tip forced lo net nml se
lect Mump other location "
I There's a Jolly old town In tho south
! of our slnti;,
When- high Jink come on all tho
li'a a inimtry of hunch grass and
' ' wild western atimta,
1 Whern good fnllowH nru not hard
Conn, and put up your money, we'll
glvo you n run;
No nead ones can beep up tho nro.
We uuro every member ho'll havo
lot of fun;
Old dull rare will be out of the
II ataud for bucharro, brav oneo,
I' stand for plkora they won't have
O aland for outlaw, mean tho worst
wo could find;
I! slnnda for every entry, the beat
one of their kind.
MAKE REPORT IN
Till', COMMITTKK OIVKH KINDI.VOH
TO Till: NK.VATK
Is Still Alive;
End Not Far
United Pre Service
DAYTON, Ohio, May 28. Wilbur
Wright was still alive thl morn In?,
but the end acems near.
All Would llnte I teen HavpiI Hut for
.Vegllgent liiillrTerencp nf Califor
nia l-'our Wanting of Ire Ahead
Ignoriil lllght VcNtel Near the
Titanic, Hut Only One Came to It
AIiIaiic Itccommend Reform
With upologlp to ' Cortland,
JURY TO CONVENE
attoii.m'a ;i:i:itAi. Wll.l. SK
tllti: KVIDK.VCK AOAINHT I.V
mSTHIAI.ISTs AM) vioiiav
TIN TO IIAKi: ritOSKt'l'TIO.V
United I'rera Service
WAHIIINOTON, D. C. May 28.
The Titanic committee formally re
ported to the aenate today. It prin
cipal finding ware;
Thatt ho Titanic wa running 4 ',4
I mile on hour nt the tlmo of the col
lision. Two thouaand two hundred
and thirty wero aboard; 32 por cent
were anved. All would have been
saved but for the negligent Indiffer
ence "of Callfornlan."
Four warning of Ico ahead were
Ignored by tho Titanic. There were
eight vessel near the Titanic, but
only the Carpalhla aialatcd Tho
White Star lino auppreaied now of
tho disaster. Operator Cottam nt the
farpnthla withheld Important ne of
the catatarophc, and then oltl It for
"blood money" In New Tork. The re
port recommend Increased manning
of vccli, compelling learchllghta
and revolutionary reforms In ihtp
United I'rca Service
SAN l)!i:CI0, May Is. Attorney
General Webb la to convene a special
grntid Jury next week to consider In
dualrlnl abuses and find bail for the
prosecution of the vigilante. The
latter nro alio to present ovldenco
that Induatrlallit plotted to murder
It Is reported that 200 Induitrlal
lata are coming from Lo Angeles.
Sheriff Jennings refuses to rntcrfero.
Chief Wilson will refuse to allow
them to enter the city.
Serious clashes are expected to follow
I l KltMOHK MQl'Olt STOCK
IH SOU) IIV TIIK HHERIIT
Sheriff Ilarnes today sold the stock
of the Mvcrmore liquor store under n
chattel mortgage. There wero three
'ilddera: Harry Madcn of Sherwood
ft Sherwood, $2,250; J. C. Rutenlc,
(3,300 and James Wheeler, 3,400.
The stock wan sold to wheeler, and
the place has been opened for busi
ness, It I understood, under the li
cense of Arthur Llvermore.
FOR SAI-E Oak street lot below
market vatue. Inquire at Herald
CAN'T KEEP THEM
FROM THE RODEO
KI.MH HAVH TIIKV HAD TO DRAW
HTH.WV8 AT TIIK FORT TO SEE
WHO WOULD STAY AMI LOOK
AITKIt Till-: MAIL
Walton Art Home
(Icorgp J. Walton, manager of the
mil nnrninrilT I.Uht and Water company, returned
HlK HKrxllIrN I I1"1 evening with hi family from Lo
I Ull I ULOIULlI I 'i'Kclc mid other California cities.
, " Here tiivy uuic ueeu oauina mr tuu
.past three weeks.
(ii.iiK n itr.i.icvi: ikmisi:
i:i.t wii.i. oirr imii:i'i:rkntk
veti: in ni:w.ii:hsi:v ihvidk
TWO THOl'SAM) TIHKim
i-o i:tkrmi.vatk iikiikis
I'nlted I'rca Serlco
NI'.WAIIK. N. J.. May 2S. Tho
poll opelied at 1 o'clock thl after
noon and will rloso at 9 tonight.
I'olltlclau nro predicting Hint Taft
will lu defeated by llooaevplt lu the
pri-fpreiiiv olp, nml that tho Chicago
iIpIpriiISoii will be divided. Wilson Is
inoipoed on the ilemocrntle ticket.
Tuft expecla eight mid posalbly
inehi. dlatrlct dplegale. Tho ltooe-
eller puppet four delegate nt largo
mid ut least twelve district delegate.
I.n Follelle'H strength ' negligible j
Perfect weather and a heavy vote.
.New IMIwry Cur
Van Itll'er llrntliers, the gnupi.
.ni Jnt lidded a new K. M. K. mntor
delUery car. It wn een on the!
street for tho ilrst tlnip yesterday. ,
HAVANA. May 28. It Is announc
id that Ocneral Montcagudo, with
2,000 troops, I en routo to Orlento
piovlnro to proaccuto war for the ux-
itimmniion or me reuei wuo mnieu
and burned the Amorlcan Kldollty
rcmpnny'i plantation near Quanta-
A LIVELY CLASH
ATTOIIXKV FOR HARROW CLAIMS
I.V COURT THAT PROSECUTION'
IS NOTHIXO MORE THAN A
FAKE AND FHAMK-UP, AND
WILL PROVE IT
John Kills, the Fort Klamath Elk
and booster, arrived In the city last
evening from the Wood River coun
try with n string of seven horses,
which are entered for tho Rodeo. An
other horse will be brought In and
added to tho string today. Mr. EUN
was accompanied by John Copcland
and i'.u Chambers.
When Mr. Kills was asked It there
would be many attendant at the
liodeo from the Fort ho replleJ:
'When I left they were drtwlng
all aw to see which one would stay
and Jistrlbute the mall. They will
ull be hero unless one of them gets
sick or killed. From what I hear, I
don't believe there will bo an Indian
left on the reservation, either."
In addition to his relay string, Mr.
Ellis will have two horses In the cow
boy race. lie brought down a little
gray pony, weighing about 700,
which will also be entered and will
be rode by C. C. Drophy.
W. C Dal ton. who Is In the city
from the southern end of the county,
ttatcs that everyone will be here from
'1 hated to do It." said Mr. Dalton.
' but I was compelled to turn out my
inllcn cows, as I could find 110 one
who would stay and look after them
SETTLEMENT OF CASE
SHORTENS COURT TERM
GO OUT IN AUTOS
CO .MEET THE REPORTED HAND
OF INDUSTRIALISTS AT THE
COUNTY LINE. UT DO NOT
IN NEW LOCATION
United Frees Service
LOS ANQELES, May 28. "I will
prove the passing of that bribe, tho
arrest of Franklin and the prosecu
tion of Darrow Is a fake and frame
up." This declaration by Attorney
i:arl Rogers during Lockwood'a cro-
examination caused an uproar In tha
court room during the trial of Clar
Prosecutor Fredericks leaped to his
feet and demanded that Rogers bn
punished for contempt. Rogers Jump
ed up and said: "I will not apolo
gise, I contend the whole thing Is u
fake and frame-up, and will pr.no It
beforo I get through."
Judge Mutton refused to rnnUh
Rogers for contempt, but warned both
attorneys, I.ockwood Is so far un
rhaken In his testimony.
SISKIYOU COUNTY WANTS OUT
LET THROUOH KLAMATH
Member of the Coanty Highways
CommiMlon Secure Promise From
Count Court of Road Ooaaectlcwv.
WIUi Highway Through Butte
Valley Through Klamath to Crater
A. J. Uarr, a member of the Siski
you county highway commission, waa
In the city yesterday for the purpose
of consulting with the county court
relative to the extension of a highway
from the California line north
through Klamath county.
According to the California laws
the counties aro permitted to Issue
bonds for road building and the coun
ty highway commission la selecting a
route for a highway through Siskiyou
uorth and south, and are anxious to
cecuro the co-operation of Klamath
county so that tho highway may bo
continued on to connect with Crater
Lake. It I tho dcalro of Siskiyou to
build the road through Dutto Valley.
und It would probably connect with
tho Keno road, and thu come
through Klamath Falls.
County Judge W. 8. Worden aud
Commlsilonrr Summers and Merrill
met with Mr. Darr last evening, and
otter the project waa explained the
(curt assured Mr. Barr that Klamath
county would connect with the Siski
you road at the California tine, wl.er
eer It may be built.
The county has 'a force of men
now working on the lmprovemeat of
the Keno road, and It la to Inten
tion to put this road In good shape
for travel. Thousands of tourists
each year are coming Into Klamath
county and to Crater Lake by auto
mobile, and tho travel by this method
Is Increasing rapidly. The county
court Is anxious to Improve the roads
so as to encourage this travel, as It
means a big revenuo to the ceunty:
With a good highway through Siski
you county connecting with one
through Crater Lake and on If. the
north, practically all of the antomo-
bllo travel through the sUt!WllI berf
diverted through Klamath Fala ?
There Is nothing that will so assist
In opening up Eastern Oregon aa will
I'nlted Press Sorvlco
SAN 1)1K(10, May 28. It has been
learned that fifteen auto full of clt-
Ireua armod with rifles went last
night to meet tho reported band of
Industrialists at tho county line, but
, . , . I found nono, and returned.
The "Chocolate Shop," which Has ,gtrlrt Attorney Utley refused to
been ennilitcleil on Fourth street hy()ttJ, l0 ggu0 a Warrant for the arrest
the Misses Nlcliemou mid Slovenson,o. CMt wtoni charged with tho re
lin been inmed lo Mnln street, oppo-f(iii( klllim,,nlng of v. 8. Rawlins,
Owing to the amicable adjustment
out of court of a caso In the circuit
court now being held by Judge II. L.
jllenson In Lakevlew, the time of the
court has been curtailed to such an
exteut that the term will probably
close today or tomorrow, and the
Judge will be enabled to start his
Juno term hero Immediately, which
places blm In a position to get ahead
on all arrears of court work.
The caso which It was thought
would lead to a long wrangle and con
sumo many daya was that of the Che
waucan Land company against the
Hayes brothers, Involving a dispute
over Irrigation of 1,800 acres of tule
land In Lake county. It was claimed
by tho plaintiff that In tlmea of high
water the Irrigation works backed up
on their lands to the destruction of
their cattle, and damages were there
fore claimed, but the amicable out-
of-court adjustment relieved tho
court of the necessity for a trial. At
torney C. M. Onolll of this city was
retained for the Hayes brothers and
Attorney W. 1-alr Thompson for the
hlt the Monarch grocery, ine store.
room has been entirely rcniioit nun
p.ilnleil. and present a moat attract
lv enppputnnro. In keeping with the
excellence of tho lino of goods kept
for bale. Tables aro to bo Installed,
1 it 1 tho Intention to servo Ice
11 mm during tho summer. Tho "Choc
olate Shop" has mado an envlablo rep
utation for tho excellence 01 u can
dies, nil of which nro manufactured
from tho purest of materials.
FOR SALE A now buckboar.t at a
bargain. Enquire nt No. 12 or No.
:.! Conger avenue, 28 -Ct
stenographer for tho Industrialist at
toraeya nobbins and Moore. Tlioy
will nppeal to Attorney General Webb
SOCIETY WOMAN FINISHES
THOUSAND MILK HIIKK
United Press Service
CHIOAOO, May 28. Mrs. David R.
l'each. a New York society leader,
reached Chicago this morning at 9:20,
completing a thousand mile want
from New York. A crowd escorted
her through the streets to the mayor's
REPRESENTATIVE HERE OF
J. M, Tnlt, one of the chief man
agers of the International Corre
spondence Schools of Scranton, Pa.,
Is a visitor to Klarqath Falls. He Is
tho manager of tho so-called North
ern California division, which, how
ever, embraces Klamath county and
much of Southern Oregon. There is
1 branch In this city under tho con
trol of J. Ralph Cleale of Redding
with about fifty students. The line
of study applies ouly to industrial,
commercial and technical curricula,
nnd docs not deal with professional
studies, such as law or medicine.
There are forty-eight branches In the
state of California, and Mr. Tail's
mission to Oregon la to develop the
IN WATERS-PIERCK CASE
Mrs. Levi McDonald and Mrs. Robt.
Sloan came from Donansa Monday
evening to visit their mother, Mrs.
Nate Otterbeln. The ladle will re
main for several days, It being their
Intention to take In the Rodeo In all
Its glory beforo returning to their
homes. The little daughter of Mrs.
McDonald accompanied the ladles,
who also expect their Interior frac
tions the latter part of the week.
There will be a regular meeting of
Alaho Chapter No. 61, O. E. 8 at S
o'clock thl evening at Masonic hall.
United Press Bervlce
NEW YORK, May 28,John D.
Rockefeller appeared at the htnrlne
In an action by H Clay Plerco and
associates to prevent the Standard Oil
company getting control of tlu Wat-
ei-8-Plorco company Rockefeller win
be examtned by Samuel Untermeyer.
who Is trying to show that tho same
Interest dominate tho Statuary allied
companies now as when the supreme
court expected a dissolution.
Leave for New York
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alexander
left this afternoon for Detroit and
Rochester, New York. Mrs. Alexan
der Is going for medical treatment
and Bob will boost for Klamath. They
eipect to return to Klamath Folia
I about October.
FOR BOXING CONTESTS
Jack Crawford or Merrill has been
selected to referee the main event of
the series of boxing contests on Sat
urday next at the opera house. Ho
hab done the same work heretofore
more than once, and has dono It to
satisfaction. Jack Ltnkenback vllt
referee the two preliminaries.
Frankle Edwards Is training with
'loby Miller, Bobble Burns and Jack
Linkenback, and seems in better form
lhan ho has ever been seen here be-
tore. It Is no exaggeration to say
that he Is at present the favorite.
Thoso who have been watcnlng the
trilnlng of Hud Anderson, and who
Unow whereof they speak, sny that
l.o appear to bo a little ovjr-tinlned,
and nro urging his friend to cause
him to let up during tho noxt row
d.w?. al least, to some limited extent.
There, too, Is this reason, that within
the last month or six weeks be una
fought three bard bouts In Medford.
One was on April 1. when he knock
ed out "Australian" Kelly In Ave
rounds; the second on May 3, whan
In the third round the police put the
veto on the continuance of the scrap,
and the last one when he demolished
In the third round Jack MeLelUn.