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title: 'The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, October 21, 1912, Image 4',
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WE TAKE PLEASURE ta aaaiHMtf taat we have smmtmI Ike swvkw af Mr. L. G. Van Mien' tlM expert shoe Utter,
a? wI faaraatee taet'tlie slteea yea bay here will five you satisfaction, that they will fit your ftat. WMh Mr.
Vae Mtsa's aaiHty as a shee Utter 4 oar ffae stack of Walk-Over shoes, shoe buying will be a pleasure at tMa store. We
re aaw ehewhaj el ef the aew lasts, leathers aatl styles ia the Walk-Over shoe, "the shoe for whatever you ."
TRY HAVING YOUR FELT FITTED RY AN EXPERT
WALK-OVER SHOE STORE "You're in style if you wear Walk-Overs"
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er miast soias tsjooblk.
Jeaaaeaaa,vha ImNn eeerat
'hag a bhrahlag aiehlae ia tha val
la?, has aaoahar Bra with Ma hHIm
MMrfW. WkMhkNMkt the fatal
to three tree tha year, aaye the
MWtai tMMi y
.Ma m aalag I threeh mm waeet
leJaT eTeRel aMRfvBBVWf Wear svBawe enSaVM
aheeeh mm aaahn that war farther
im'li MM S0M.0 Whoa ttw sat
haa ataJaad) thai tho wheat; alaaka
t thai the wheat aa tha halMaaT at am
, be eat ha aaaht s aad
MsT Msl jRRet, loft VMffV Oft aWR
i.flgbt waa pat ap by the
at aa aaaa.
Mr. Btmaaia ailaalii Ua
at M.ta. wtteh ia eertoaly a
ha had aat tha
utd"wae ak. ready
MOiNBB. Oet II. Baaater
to a etotoaaat ateed today
that ha aiaaaa to aaaaert Thoe-
hat ha attack tbe kt-
alaak la tha ara-
awartu alailaa.- Ma aaye that tha
Parana Mea aMaaa tha eaaMaaUea
r. Wihjht riiim tha hMh this
latere at away all
Maaa at deUare.
Thaaa alaaa ara aaaalalid aad aur
varare ara already wecka hi tha tar
ritatr to ha aSeetod, aaearlas rlgku
af way aaw athar aeeeaary areaerty
rlghte. Tha aaaaaay'a alaaa ara ac-
la, Scat tha ariaaiii aatoy af tha
Hat latataata lata OaUfarala avarr
faataf tha way.
aTaaV RrSBjeas) sejSMVSiv, a HS) t eaajar asssaj
U Fartlaa Ha tha Karthwaatara Pa
Mc traai Saa Fraaibta to Baraha
aM thaaaa am to rartlaa4 via tha
mUHm t tha WlWaaiatta PaaMe, a
Saathara Faahto aahaMlary; Ua aa
taaalaa tt tha Faratoy-Tmia araaeh
w Oaatrat Baatora CaUfaraia traai
to Klaaath FaUa,
ThJa ak, whaa aaawtotai. will
R thraa Maaa traai PrtUa4
toto Callrarala. ThaMweaaat
Naa wSI ha rla tha NarUwaatora Pa-
aMk. at whteh tha aaaaaajr owm aaa-
to aaraka: thaaaa aa Uraath.Urrltory tka Waatara Paclie haa bata
Sal Nana to tha Klaaath KtTtr,.aa4
traai tha awla llaa of the vallajr
roata at Mojara to Owaaro, la Inyo
eaaaty. will ha aa laaartoat rtretch.
Tha aarthara astaaaiaa t tha aaa
daet Haa will ha Ua ol Celorao
tallraaa, owaad r tha Southtra la
ellc, which h to ha aread-Kaagad. It
raaa traai Owaaro to Teaeaah Jaac
Uaa. A aaiall attaaalom wttl hrlag
tha llaa to Haaaa, aa Uara coaatct
wHh Ua Paralay-Laaata braarb.
Utaea to KJaaath aad Portlaad.
Thla eaaatractlam wark la coaatdtr-
ad hy Ua coaaaay by tar tha aiott
laiaarUat of Ha aaw arojact. It will
dra tba BoaUara Paclie btttor tacit
IUm for reaipaUac with Ua 8lt Uka
aad BaaU Pa roada, aa It will afford
a aaw low.-grade oatlat to Ua Kaat for
Saathara CaUfaraia traBc. It ako
will Uka froa Ua alraady crowdtd
vvallay Uaa a good parcrauga of
freight which can be kaadled more
aaaadlttoaaly by tbe aaw roatt. Tbte
aoathara traflc at praaent la havUd
to Roatvlll, aad froai there carried
aver the Sierra.
Aa laaorUat part of tbia coaatrac
Uoa work wlU ha tbe balldteg of a
aaw llaa ereeelag Nerada, Upptag a
caaatry hkberto practically wlUout
adaa.aata traaaportotloa factUtlee, aad
r at aa a-aaaad hay to Mr. aad
Mm. t. C fMrata, Jr.. af Sarag Lakal
aa to Pertlaad. Tha preeeat Uaa be-
tweea hare aad Portlaad wlU raauia
aa H ia traa Saa FraaHaee to Weed.
hat at Waad will diverge to
laaath PaUa araaeh. wbtdrarUI be
to Portlaad. la tha Waa
ler tha heavy gradee betweeaJTeed
aad Oregoa wtM ha avoldad. alUaVgh
Uo heavy grade raata will aot'be
abaadeaed aatlraly. Tha third route
will he froa Portlaad to KlaaaU
ram. theace ever Ua Paraley-r aaaa
to Maaaa ar I aaaa. aad Uaaee to
The PeraWy-T aaia
toralaaa at Peraiey alao -wttl aarve
aa aa iaaartoat'Jaaetlaa potet at aa
aelea Uat wlU aaaMo Ua eaapa-
ay to aaarato Iraaa toto Laa ,Aa
alee ea Ua eaet aide at Ua Sierra.
Uaa avaidtog Ua heavy aematala
gradoa. What la kaow aa aha Laa
Aaadaet Uaa. which
Ittttiymmiiiiiimmmmii mum mm
hwklag apoa wlU eavlaaa eya for
two yaara. Tka Uaa wlU ha bollt
froa Baaalt. Nev.. to Battle MoaaUla
aad Palieade. It will up tbe aula
llae, give tbe coaaaay a abort cut to
Loo AageUa froa Salt Lake City aad
K la Igared will preve of great beae
It to Southern CallforaU hlppera.
Tha aew coaat llaa to Portlaad will
U o aaable tbe coapaay to reach ter
ritory la Northeastern California
which la now without traaeporutloa
facilities. Tbe Southern Paclflc. It
1 expected, will have ao dlflculty la
uilng Northwestern Paclie tracks to
Eureka, m It owas half tbe road,'
MIXNKAPOI.M LVMBKK KIMU IM
I'MNMNO TO UXl ABOUT BOO..
eea.eee fkkt whkn nkw no.to
That tbe road froa Nevada to IhU
city will have considerable butaes
upon completion Is evidenced by the
following froa Busaavllle:
'That ThoewB. Walker, the Minne
apolis timber king, will handle Sou,.
000,000 feet of the timber he la to
cut froa tho reservoir site of the
Great Westera Power company's pow
er project la Big Meadows, Plumas
couaty, over a togging railroad he will
coaetrurt froa a point oa the exton-
sloa of tbe Peraley-i.saia railroad, U
Ua aaouaceaeat which baa beea re
ceived bare. Tha Peraler-Laaea (
taaslea froa barf to Klaaath Palis
will extend through a large section of
Walker's hold lags.
mwn warn state
(Cob tinned froa Page 1)
So much for the predictions. As
for the finances, tbe managers are aot
enthusiastic. The progreatvee have
13,600, the republlcaas have 11,000
and the democrats have received
13,100 and expect 11,000 more before
the end of the campaign.
One reason for tbe failure of the
Bull Mooter In aot receiving iubUn
WHY! THE IDEA;
NOT HURT BAD?
I.AKKVIKW .KWMPAPKH MM
Cl'rMUi TMK KKCK.NT .iMHAUl.T
CAMK HKKK AMU CAl'HTIO.U.l.V
Poor old Klamsth Palls is sure
having her troubles nowadays, isy
the lake County Kxamlaer. It Is a
poor day for news when one of hrr
newipapers dots not rshe up more or
less graft, scandal, or lomethlng that
will attract public attention. The
Utrii I thit the whole city sdmlnl
Iratlon is charged with Jumping onto
one poor little reporter and nearly
killing him, when as a matter of fact
oae loee pollcemsa whoa It Is ebarg
cd the reporter bad outrageously lied
about gave the aewtpaper man a few
punches before onlookers' could later-
fore. It Is amutlag to see to what ex
tremee the Klamath Palls papers go
In order to carry out their eads, espe
cially to one who persoaally knows nil
tba parties concerned. However, It Is
rather hard on the town. Inasmuch as
no oae would want to locate la a place
one-tenth as bad as her papers pic
tlal aalsuace la tha electloa, aa they
aaaVta Ua event of aeetlag obec-dld In tho primaries. Is the congrts
tlaarVoaM anally asaka aa lnxpen- atonal Invatlgatloa now la progress.
slva agreeaeat with the Santa Pa. tbe Men la tbe East who would cheerfully
other baK-owner of tha road. contribute 15,000 to the cause of tbe
flea President E. E. Calf la Is ntiP'oareeslves ara afraid for fear that
mui ! tun nf all tbu aitaainn ' they will be draaned before tbe In-
wark, haviag takaa charge af all eoa-'"t!gatort, and Uey dislike publicity
structloa la May. Julius Krnttschaltt.jWItn tbe resources froa tni East cut
director or aaiatcaaacs aad opera
tion of tbe Harrlataa system. Is now
eu roata west, aad. with Calvin, will
traverse the territory which will be
beaeatted by tba new llaa. The ex
act aaouat of money Involved la the
projects ia uakaowa, bat It la said
tbe last budget for Ue Southern Pa
clie provided aa Initial expense pro
viso of 17,000,000.
INSEVELT STMTS FH
8YSTEB UY MR
CMICAOO, Oat. SI. Colonel
Roosevelt started for Oyster Bay at
1:11 Ule aoralag. There was a
heavy police guard oa tka way to the
Colonel reached his private
austed. Ha waa foread to walk
steps aa route, accept for I he
a ha laslsUd that ke felt
Aaalataat Chief of PaUaa Sabattler
helped Ua Catoaal aboard tha ear.
Tba Catena! waved hie hat as tha aa-
seaibted crowd, aad aheated, "good
aye, aaa aaaa Mac."
He aaM bo waa pleated to start for
A Ua train atartod the Colonel
lay ia a eeaaartaaat reaUag. His
wide aat nearby. Ahead waa a specie!
ar for eerraapoadeata.
off, tbe local leaders have to ralie
tho campaign fuada by popular sub.
Henry Waldo Cos bad charge or
raising the 1 15,000 la Oregon for
Tart four years ago, but this time he
f. a Dull Moose. Chairman Drown U
attending to tbe Inanca. The scar
city of funds baa prevented the pro
greMlves from sending out as many
speakers as they desired, or of cover
ing the Kate completely. As It Is,
Tom Nsuhauiea. In charae of the
public speakera bureau, has to be
Mtlsfled with seadwg bis spellbinders
Into one or two large towns in escb
county and leara tbe rest of tbe coun
Democrats are pluming themselves
that they bare seat out twice as many
speakers as the progressives or tbe
Taft committee. They have mailed
40,000 pleca of literature under
frank, scattered 60,000 buttons snd
have covered tbe state with sceli.
binders. The republicans are send.
lag under frank aaay Uousand pieces
or literature, principally tha attack
of Senator La Pollette on Itoosevelt.
LOCAL MIIHtTfOIH.V WILL AWtlMT
Till: Ot-HCMtH IX PHONKUUT
I Ml ANY I'MUMIN WHO HHKAKN
HhoulJ a person be caught killing
one of tha two doiea Chinese pbeas.
ants turned loose Suaday on Lost
lllver In the vicinity of Merrill ho will
b decidedly out of luck, accord laa to
local sportsmen. It baa been decided
to reader all seeutanre in thn pro
tection of tbe birds.
"We will help the oarers prosecute
tl-oae who attempt to kill aay of these
birds," declared a local iportaaau
this morula. "Three birds aust be
protected for tha future."
The pheasants were brought here
with a car load of rainbow aad spot
teJ trout Huaday algal. T. J. Craig,
chief deputy game warden, waa la
rharge of the car. He waa assisted
hero by District (lama Warden Cary
here by District name Warden Carey
Mwhm Mea Leave
CIim. U Pulton aad H. X. Dawson,
who have beea la the city for a few
weeks In the Interest of their mining
property at lllgb tirade, will leave
,lliU evening for Htu Pranclsco, where
they will oprn a winter office. These
gentlemen bare met with great en
couragement In thla city, and have In
iterealeil a Urge number of prominent
JbuilnM men and capitalists In their
MKM. MARTHA FARROW OK IMIK.
LKY Ih'dKAD HME CAMK TO
THIM HKCTIO IX EARLY IIAYh
AN'II WAH KXOW.V HKRK
J. P. Magulre returned last arm
ing from a bailees trip lo M.
KMMNTKATIO HHOWH TSSMt
ARK MAW MOIIK tilHtlPLMor
LINCOLN THAN THK OtSaB
According to tho abetrict reapM
by County Clerk De Up and ate dip
utlee, there are 3,111 vote la Klaa
ath county who will be catHled it
vols at the forth coming .lKllea.it.
cording to the derltrailou axes II
the time 'of regUlerlag tit MM
should be a follow.
Democrats ....,.., ., tH
Prohibition .. ,.,..,
Independent .., H
W O 0,0
Hay avvw ia-larh slab aad
this week at WJW r (erd as
Muuld ilrllrrr Ibr weed.
U buily aad Uetb seat
If r. aad Mrs. W. 0. DaJtoa. Mra. B.
L.iDaltea and Mn. I. N, Burraa ar.
rlvedja the eltjr Ula aoralag froa
Hute Oarer oa Visit
A special meeting of Prosperity Ro
hk.U 1 I ... l l .. ...
mmu uw will BO BOW mil 0V0M-
iflg, at which time there will be Ini.
tlntlon aad a'raeeptloa to tbe presl
dent of tbe Oregon Assembly, 8. Muy
Oraer. Tbe meeting will be followed
by a baaquet.
At tba reguUr meeting of tha Host.
em Star Tuesday sight there will be
Initiation of candidates. All mem.
bars and visiting members ar. ,.
dlally Invited to ha prawat.
Word has beea received here of the
death of Mrs. Martha Parrow of Pals-
ley. The following is from the Che-
Martha Parrow, wife of Albert A
Kairow, died at their home la Paisley
1 uesday morning at I o'clock. Mrs.
Parrow haa been sufferlag froa drop
sy and partial paralysis for several
months, and her death, though a
great loss to tba community, was not
Martha Jane Edward was born In
Mahaska county, Iowa, November 33,
1(51, and waa 10 yaars, 10 montlu
and 33 days old when death called
She leavei to mourn her loss her
huiband, Mr, Albert A. Parrow, and
hrr son and daughter, William Y,
Miller and Mra. Anna Ulalr, all of
whom reilde In Paisley, i
The deceased was twice married.
her list marriage being to Wm, J.j
iiiier oi jackson county, Iowa, oa
August 1, 1809. Pour children ware
born lo this union, two of whom sur
vive ner aad ara living In Pauii.r.
The other two died. Her aeeoad mar
riage occurred at Paisley oa Juae II,
Mri. Parrow was one of tbe oloaaer
resident of Uka couaty, having
.Tueioa tne piaiaa nearly 61 yaars
afo, aad for II yaara. bar raldaaee
has been at Pejeley.
Mr. and Mra. M. L. Moore and Mra.
O. Ilowmaa of Merrill ware arrivals
here this aoralag.
OX aaoat HOTI0B
Catt-ar pbeae to
THE STOVE SEASON
Van aaaa SBWktmAflMtf aaasi A. - m l.aaaa taMil aUt
lima ova before, aadi wo ara able to taker care of year aesdi
Title year wa have aha Oakbratod Toledo Hteel Hsaae. Cataa
lUaar Htecl Cooks, AartlffM Shaei Hlerl Heaters, Cuet Hearaaa
Ilia reaowwed "Colaabea" Ma? at aHaeea, Oaco Heaters, Oat an
te mmA KlUa.l. tfU - -. lEmttmtm
No aaeter haw hard pa are to alraa-, we caa aiWt "T
rHUcal that oar aaaaa asaj aptaa are Hght. -.';
Dr. Wa, Martla left today for
Prank Orebe' Rlmrock raack ea a
visit, aad testdeatelly to buat deer,
Dr, Wright Teporte the birth Bun.
day aoralag of a, 9-pound girl to Mr.
aad Mra. J. 8. Kent.
SAVINGS BANK I
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