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KLAMATH FALLS'
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER
KLAMATH COUNTY'S
OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER
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Mill It Year No, SI.OiMI
FUND OF SI 59 A
MONTH PLEDGED
FOR EXPO MAN
nil VTV COURT MARCH linoi)
AI'I'ltOI'ltlATION
lliu lliiutltitl IMUn. u Mouth Will
lie (iWvii by Omnty TowukI Main
luliilng n llcpii'M'iltulhi- at the
Klniiuilli County lloulli ut i:h.
(lull RflH'ft ThU, Hunlnc Men
mill Ollnm I'IihIiic 9.1H..10 Mmiilil)
A lnlul ol lllfil lum been pledged
lur iliu maintaining or a woll Inform
ed reprifiuiilutlvi' nt tliu Klitmiilli
count) booth nl tliu Pitmimii-Pnrlilc
liiU-riiulloiml oxponltlon for six
inoiitlib, according to u icport pie
p.ued liy the committee named by tho
( luunber of Commerce to solicit this
luiul.
This, divided Into hIx Installments,
will moan Hint there U $108.00 uwill
uhlu for tho Hiilury or a rcprimcutn
the, mill for covering other expenses
litcUU'ii; to iii-tlvu participation, xurh
an nliliilnic down new exhibits, put
UliK tip additional hIkiih, olc, In tliu
Oregon building, and similar minor
VXIIUllNCH. i
Of this iimuunl, 10u a month will)
be paid by tho county toiirt. At yen-
lordny's suwslon of tho court the. unit- j
tor miH illtittiHHod. and expressing tho'
opinion thlx wim a matter Hint win
for (In) benc'lt of everybody In Klatn-1
nth county, Hint thai thu com should!
tin equitably bortio by all, tho mom-'
bom directed the pioparntlon of a
resolution for tho appropriating of!
Slim a niontli ror nix months.
Tho appropriation received thu1
fur II h nh follows.
Klamath County $000 i
Klumulh Development Co. ... CO,
Captain J. W. Siemens 3u'
Klrsi Nntiouul Ilnnk 30
t'allfornla-Orcgon Power Co . 3n
Huimet Oroccry 10
Uk llanlii I.uinocr Co lt
K. II. Hall ir.
CtmH l.oomU lfi
K. fluRurninn l-
Htar Drug Co IS
Klamath Fuel Co VI
J. W. Mndqulit (Rex cafe) 12
Vim lllpor llron 12
HoberU St. Whltmoro 12
KlMiiath Fallii Creamery 10
J. H. Carnahan !
li. Jacobs 1
WoHtern TraiiHfor Co 3
Prank M. Ujip 6
Kdmtind M. Chllcoto 6
Klamath Jowclry Co C
I'OuU (lerbor C
Kollo C. (Iroesbcck
Vannlco Uro 0
l'l From Hairy.
I. I. Shook, who ItiiH been hero
from Dairy a couplo or day, giving
tl attention to btmlnoHH rontterH, left
ttila morning for home.
Water Users Meeting
to Be Very Important
Mature of vital Interest to tho
Klaumth Water Uiors Association
lll cotuo up (or discussion Friday
afternoon at Houston's oporn house,
whon tho annual mooting of the stock
holders will be called to order. The
proposition of branching out ag a co
operative organization will bo taken
"l, and among the mattors to be talk
"d of under this bead will be a co-op-ratlvo
farmers' national bank, a co
"puratlvo telephone system, to con
nect oil of the farmers under the pro
Jfct by telephone. These mattora to
being more or less discussed by nil
'lui land owners, and thore will bo
"onio real action taken Friday, It la
intlorstood.
'I'uero will be Ave candidates for
live places as vacancies, there being
uo opposition in any place. J. R. DU-
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Hero u ro tin1 mo.st piomlnenl
I'iiIoiiIsik iiolltlrnl enemies of 1'iomler
AhiiuIHi iiiul hlrt whole party, who
lime been taken lu to foim tho new
loallllon cabinet l"oi many ycais
llounr Law, now leader of tho opposi
tion, and Sli Aillnir J. llnlfuur hovo
fotiKht I'lumler AHqiiltlt. Hut when
the war began they forgot pnu lines
and went to tho support of the gov
ernment l.iml I.aiisdow no Is p.ibt 70
yeais of age. Ho began bin political
sealco as a lord of tho truasuiy from
lSii'J to 1S72, and since then ho has
hold one Important position after an
other. Ho was governor genernl of
Canada for llvo years, and wn& for
eign bitcietary from 1900 to lUOfi. He
becomes a minister without ft port
folio. Lord Ciirznn of Kodlos.ton, I'nlonlsij
opponont of Lloyd (Jeorgo, A-iqulth
nnd practically all of what theso two
men have Btood for In Kngllsli poll-
tics, recalls India. It was In that
country that itlio present minister
made his greatest reputation. At ono
oit Is nominated for tho Klamath
Falls dlstilct. John Irwin for Too Val
ley nnd Lost River District, C. A.
Hunting and Fred L. l'opo for tho
Morrll district, nnd Abel Ady for tho
iirninct nt lnrito. With the excep
lion of Tope, nil nominees are now
Biirvlng.
Thoio will bo llvo iiiuondmonts to
tim hv-lawB of tho association up for
a voto nt Friday's meeting of the
Water Users. Ono provides for a
ponalty of I per cent-per month on
iniliiiiuont nssossmenta until paid.
Thirty daya after tho date of tho levy
ing Is thu datu assessinonlB uecomo
delinquent.
Ono of tho most tmportani. ujiu
tors to bo taken up Is the question
(Continued on page 4)
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY,
Coalition Cabinet
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Secretary for iw Colonics
me l.oul I'urzon wab private socre
tnr) to tho Marquis of Salisbury, nnd
during his ministry lm became under
secretary of btato for foreign affairs.
From 1.S90 to 11)0." ho waa viceroy
anil governor general of India.
Aitlnir J. llalfour can now look
hack upon a lifetime of nble servico
to the cmplro. Secretnry to Lord Sal
isbuiy, lie succeeded that distinguish
ed statesman a-a primo minister. Tho
llalfour ministry lasted from July 12,
190L', to December fi, 1905, when
('nmpbell-ltanuormau caino in power.
Aiuliew Honnr Law since 1911 has
been loader of tho opposition and of
thu 1'nlonlst party. Mr. Law Is 57
5 ears old.
Interest Is added to the appoint
ment of J, Austin Chamberlain as sec
ictniy for India through tho fact that
ho Is a son of Joseph Chamberlain,
Ho Is also a unionist, and among tho
posts he has hold may bo mentioned
.hose ol civil lord of the admiralty,
linanclal secretary to the treasury,
postmaster general and chancellor of
(ho exchequer from 1903-OC.
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1 VOTIXfi HIS TIME TO THE SAV
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I GELISTiaWORK
1 1 llllc'il rreBB oBivito
OLENDALE, Calif., Juno 2. Al
Jennings, Oklahoma's ex-bandlt, who
hIiico n term In tho penltontinry has
made good In tho strait and narrow
path, will lecturo hore tonight.
Jennings has announced that he In
londs to spend most of his time In
the futuro in evangelistic work
lllsltop Hanrm Xow Archbishop
ROME, Juno 2 Bishop Hannn was
today formally announced as Arch
bishop of the San Francisco archdiocese,
JENNINGS
CALIFORNIA
WHAT PROJECT
WILL BE BUILT
BY GOVERNMENT?
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lEecliiniiilion Hcrikv Has .Money for
CoiiimcncliiK due of Tlu-i'u Apimr-
ently KcuHilikO IhtcnsioiiN to tho
Kliimalh I'rtijtct l'rujcct Making
Most Tuvorublo SIiowIiik Will Uo
the One to Have Water on Ijindn.
Tho Reclamation icrvlco has $100,
ooo for tho commimcement of now ex
tension work on tho Klamath project i
in tho fiscal year 'beginning July 1.
Whether this extension will bo the
constiuctiou of ihi; Horsefly project1
of 16,000 acres around Bonanza, the1
pumping of water, to Irrigate 4,700 j
acres above tho cabals between here!
and Olctic, or tho putting in of a com
bination gravity and pump system to
irrigate 13,000 acres in the Sand Hoi-,
low country Is a matter that is up to
er.ch of these communities.
These tlireo extensions are appar
ently possible. The appropriation
committee of the house of represen
tatives will bo here Boon to look over
the project, and by that time, the
titii;v iiujvliji uiv tu uiane nuiuv
j ii i to report, showing the number of
tilth. !. 1 (f.fit .1 ... . HI..1... onmr. rl.H
laud owners signed up on each, and
alto the amount ot work tho farmers
'will bo willing to'don each project
ifreo of cost to tho bervlce. The pro-
Iject making tho best showing will be
tho ono started.
The people In Sand Hollow country
are keen for the project, which In
their case would be an extension of
tho east branch canal, and a plant to
pump from this for the higher lands.
They hnvo expressed a willingness to
make their own distributing system,
and to excavate tho extension of tho
canal. This would materially cut
down tho per afro cost of tho project.
Several l'ine Orovo people have
been lu to talk the matter over with
the reclamation officials. They have
made uo definite declclon.
Accompanied by Secretnry Fleet of
tho Klamath Chamber of Commerce,
County Agriculturist Glaisyer, County
School Supepriutendeut Peterson and
J. 11. Maun. 1'ioject Manager Camp A marriaBe liccnso nns boen i3SUed
jesterday vUltod Bonanza, where the lJoberl s Adams anU M,S! Uu, Van
llorsclly directors were in session. Drlinmer, both of Merrill. ThK even
Through the efforts of the others in ,ng tu tcreraon. wlll bo performed
tho party, about twenty people werejat Ul0 urlde.8 ,,,
out at tho meeting. In addition to the BotU tuo brldo and gl00m aro wel,
directors. 'known In the county, and they are
Mr. Camp stated that tho estlraat-) both of tine old pioneer stock the
ed cost ot tho Horsefly project Is notireal sturdy pcoplo whose efforts have
loss than $45 an acre. His proposi-ji,een great factors In the development
Hon was for tho farmers to pay o'0f tho county. Adams is the son of
por cent of the total construction cost j Fiank Adams, Klamath county's
I when tho wator was delivered to best known stockmnu, whose hospltal
'tholr farms, four years later begin the u- and generosity are known all over
payment of C per cent per year, and the Klamath Basin, nud who has be
coutinuo until paid up. In addition,! friended more pcoplo In distress than
the operation aud maintenance should any other man In Klamath. Miss Van
bo paid each year, and he pointed out 'Brimmer Is a daughter of the late
that tho fanners could do much of man Van Brimmer, builder of the Van
tho ditch digging, etc., to reduce the Brimmer ditch, and father of Irrlga
total cost. tion lu the Klamath country.
Thore was some discussion of the
matter, ono factlou contending the
project was a folly, and the other con
tending that It should be built as
soon as possible, in tho end, though,'
it was decided to have the matter)
taken up nt once with each land own
er, nnd uy getting tueir opinions,
have It doclded nt once whether this
project would bo In line for Improve
ment or not.
Scottish Terrier Club of America
Hulled Press Servile
NEW YORK, June 2. Tho Scot
tlsh Terrier Club of America today
holds Its annual show at the Italian
gardens at the Hotel Biltmore. An
Innovation will be the introduction
of two Judges to work In concert.
Tho Idea Is to have separate Judges
'for dogs and bitches who wlll unite
for the awards In the open and club
specials.
In all the regular classes 180 will
be tho prize money, first getting S10,
second $5, third $3 and fourth IS.
JUNE 2, 1915
Latest Photo of
Young Millionaire
lolm D, Rockefeller, Jr.
This is the very latest photogiaph
of John D. Rockefeller Jr., who has
been telling the Industrial Relations
Commission In Washington that be
was not responslbe for the strike con-
A I I -. .. 1.1 SnlnHnilr T1l. WAI. n I n n
from the camera, and photographers
had a hard time to get him. Now,
however, he is not afraid. This pho-
tograph was taken shortly after he
left the meeting of the commission,
where he had undergone a severe
cros,i examination.
MERRILLITES TO
MARRHONIGHT
TWO IMONKER FAMILIES WILL
BE JOINED BY MATRIMONIAL
CEREMONY THIS EVEMNO IN
ALFALFA CITY
SEBASTIAN LEADS
IN MAYOR RACE
INDICATIONS ARE THAT HE WILL
HE THE MAX AT THE WHEEL
IN AFFAIRS AT LOS ANGELES
FOR TWO YEARS
1 LOS ANGELES, June 2. Judging
fiora tho returns already lu, Sebastlon
'will bo Los Angeles' next mayor.
I John Snowden, manager of the
; Whlflln campaign, admits that Sebas
tian has apparently been elected.
After the next eloctlon In Chicago,
women wlll be barred from acting as
election clerks and Judges.
ucu-iuuiuiib iu vuiuitiuu, luciu nu u tiiuu
i when the young millionaire shied
WILSON LETTER
TO MEXICO IS
IN PLAIN WORDS
mi st u.mtij. on rxrn:i statks
WILL STEP IX
leiilMy L'nivttled Conditions Durini!
Hie I'asl Four Yi'ni-s Are Itevletved
nd the Vui'ioui Tactions Arc Told
to (,'ct Together and Decide Upon
Something That Will Re-EstabHsh
the Nation.
Culled I'resh Service
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 2.
President Wilson's note on the Mex-
llcan situation, on which he has been
i working privately for some tlmp, was
Imado public today.
Tho message demands that leaders
' of all factions in Mexico must act to
gether promptly for the "relief and
redemption of their prostrate coun
try." Wilson reviews the conditions
in Mexico for the past several years,
land declares that the present situa
tion is Intolerable.
Unless action is taken at once, the
leaders of the several factions are
warned that America will be con
strained to decide what means should
bo employed to help Mexico to serve
her people and help save herself
from the reiterated revolutions ot the
past two years. On account of the
disagreement of tho leaders it Is as
serted that Mexico Is as far as ever
from a solution of the revolution.
The note adds that America' must
soon do what it "has not hitherto
done or felt at liberty to de: lent Its
active moral support to the man or
group of men who can rally the suf
fering people of Mexico to their sup
port in an effort to ignore. If they
cannot unite, the warring factions,
and return to a constitution so long
held in abeyance, and set up a gov
ernment which the powers of the
world can recognize."
ulted Press Service
GALVESTON, June 2. Captain
Lane of tho steamer Winnlfred, which
arrived here today, said that a dozen
Americans were killed near Tamplco
recently by Mexicans. Tho bandits
aro terrorizing the country.
FEAR F-4 WILL
BREAK IN TWO
l'n I ted Press Service
WASHINGTON. D. C, Juno 2
Admiral Moore, in charge of the work
ot raising the F-4 In Honolulu har
bor, reports that there is danger of
tho vessol breaking in two, but that
it would be possible to raise the
pieces.
If the submarine does not break,
there Is danger of the entrance to the
harbor being blocked temporarily by
the bow ot the sunken boat.
Main Witness for the
State Has Disappeared
Taking of testimony for the state
lu tho trial ot Edward Warner on
charge of setting fire to the Peter
stelncr cafe last march has been near
ly completed. At 3:30 today there
had been sixteen witnesses examined.
Isadore Maustllshall, the youth
who swore to the Information result
ing in the arrest of Warner, failed to
appear to testify In the trial. In
stead, hia testimony in the urellm-
, . , . -
Mnary hearing before Justice ot the
Peace Gowen was submitted by tho
state.
I'rice, Ftr Onto
WILSON
CONFERS
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ran hrnmAiiTA m
REPRESENTATIVE
ui;mkvkd DISCUSSION' smooth-
ED MATTERS
London Advices Say RooauinU H
About Ready to Get Into the War,
and Will Do So Unleaa Territorial
' Demandi Made Are Acceded to by
Austria German Artillery Report
ed Active Again at Rhlema.
(United Press Service
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 2.
Count von Bernstorff, the German
ambassador, and President Wilson
held a conference for half an hour
this morning. No statement was
made afterwards, and Its Importance
is indicated by the fact that secret
service officials prevented anybody
from approaching the room where It
was held.
It Is understood that von Bernstorff
told the president that Germany will
do all that is required In the way of,
reparation wherever it Is shown that
neutral rights have been infringed
upon.
Regarding the Lusltanla affair It la
reported that von Bernstorff stated
that Germany has reason to believe
In the soundness ot her attitude re
garding vessels that act In defiance of
the rules of warfare. Wilson la. ra
ported to' have said that there mast
bo some understanding between' the
two nations regarding the conduct of
unarmed neutral vessels.
BERLIN, June 2. It is reported
that the Germans have recaptured the
sugar mill at Souchez. which has re
cently been the scene of the most dee-
perato fighting In Flanders.
Tho Bavarian troops have occuoled
Dunkowlzskl, near Przemysl.
PETROGRAD, Juno 2. Uncon
firmed sources say the Russians oper
ating near Llbau have captured Gen
eral von Prlttez, German commander
there.
LONDON, June 2. Roumanla is
preparing to enter the war If Austria
rejects her territorial demands. The
war party is bringing strong pressure
to bear, and the situation la serious.
Germany seeks to have the trouble
mediated. It is reported that the
Roumanian demands have been re
jected by the Austrian cabinet.
PARIS, June 3. It la announced
that the German ai-tlllery Is again
shelling Rhiems, and that the cathe
dral there has been further damaged.
ROME, July 2. The Italian fleet
has destroyed the Austrian wireless
statin on Llssa Island, off Delmatlo,
and the semaphore station on Cur-zola-
Island.
An Austrian aviator dropped bombs
ucar tho cathedral, on the bishop's
palace, and on the shipyards at Mol
fctta yesterday. One workman was
killed.
The witnesses examined today have
largely been called to prove .tliat'U$fs
location of the fire In the bulldlnc and 'ils
other circumstances surroundlig"thSi
affair tended to show it to be of Ini v
coumary origin, v ..wsi
Members of the fire departmeataM SM
others were asked regarding tbe mU-p.t
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It is believed that the stata'a 'tasVi,
Hmnnv urlll ha nil In hv famM 1 fr. .:
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