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title: 'The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, February 24, 1908, Image 1',
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KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1008.
Price, 5 Cents.
RISTOL WILL INVESTIGATE ILLEGAL FENCING CASE IN KLAMATH
HI Mean an Expense of Aboutl0'6"'
- - -- t TTIIII t V.UIVIL
One Thousand Dollars
STARTS MACHINERY OF THE LAW
With the Animals Teeth In Her i farmers Are Asking for In
Breast She Strangles
It to Death
Lies He Hears from Washington He Will Appoint a Deputy
and Ueqin Active Prosecution of all Cases Now on
file in the District Attorney's Olfice
Iimloi1"""1' "' I"'11" '" "' "','
Lf0ll,e'Hiitmeiit Ib ""w "l,,M
itlrt intllici rtiiunii-j,
llilitol etui unle mine thing I c-
noipllilied along lliem Hum fn Weill-
Iton rty '. H'l'lol will appoint ell
nlil.M I i.lle.1 Males Hlalilcl Alr.
,t rriifiVf the pieent office t'f. !"
.4nlal.e !"' '"' I''"'1"" '""'
j. r'rdn! Imalnc which require al-
mtl'm It l rumored that II llltol
. il,a itep. whlrh will n l rn
.... ..ii.I.i-ii In lli Oirvmi delcK-
,rij ..-I- i - -
i.,tli le.lliiielil ' JuUcr lior the j
retlJrlit. Ilrltlul will appoint waner
II !.!....- .., li.idl.T
Tlll Mill"' nip""" " -. -
LliU far l.liu Indicated when an
llrt-tl Icticlng nutter dm called lo IiU
llltnlluli. A mill lialllnl lUglljr, ill)
tUiuttli r'ull. made an elttdavll that
4 re violation til Id lenrlng law
i hit tnilt'iry and thl altl.lavll waa
Let llrlito) l) n attorney named Kuy-
It) I, uM t Im brother nl (m.r
Acrotdlng la friend nl llilitol, llm
elul.rmf in to tend lli affidavit,
Lllrh railed fur Immediate action, and
I Br'ntol refused or neglected lo proceed
lltmc. on llie theory tint til tennr ol
Ifics It it expire ny day, llilitnl would
i In llie Miim lot Hit Jolin II. Hill
ttJ, and liWrly tit l Indicted m IUII
m. Iiirm.t artlng promptly when the
ilelsllon nl llir fencing U by tin1
vail Creek Und, Wvntock A lumber
'ompany aa brought to IiU attention.
Ilr'utul, hoacVer, II (iich trip exltled,
initiated II, lor he, alarted the machin
ery ol the law iliii morning, anil the
wrnnriil will I pot to an cxpellae ol
kbouitlOuolir luveatlgation and otltar
Lrocttiliiiit'. Tl,l luiiuiMtl trip, my
lib liilorinihl, la tliniiglit to liar trn
ItU hj IWiin llimugli Irlrml. Il la
kitn i-ifmlilo tliit Hrlilul will writ
llwiirsii on llm milijirt.
fine Henry mine to Omwn In Janu
rr, llilitul In not laltwl Hie room
MluUelortlie Unite.! HtatM Dlitrlct
Atluilir. 'Ilirin iimtni wrlii 'l(illlitly
prr-rmjitrl 1 7 lUnry ami liltlitiil,,
ami Ilrlilol rrllml to til prUiln olHrra
In Hie IVntmi liliak. Alter limey itf
artr.l llililol illll voUlv'l tlir riim In
Hi Knleral I10II1II11K nl"l ' ueter rn.
tereJ an) nl Hip apailllirlita, p-rpl tlie
one occuplnl d) llm alpmt(iaplieia ulicii
l lia iniipe.l Ilirin in (lie 4-ra,
TlinnltUr ol I'lilli-I Malrt Attorney
liaa Uen ilrllilnx aloriK, miming itaell,
alUinncli llrlili.l lm altemlnl to n.nie
roilllne Imiilieii wliirli rnillrrl arllnn.
He liai alii'llouily atuliliil InillalluK new
tiuilni-M, Inmever, altliougli there It a
large amount nl It accmunlatliif;. Ilrl
tol'a tlaml I Dial Iriannticli aa lie la
likely to I oiulr.1 any ilay, II waa tin
liecTiiary Intake tip new limine wlilcli
til iufceKir woiiM liate to ttnily iiji
and rarry on. Tlwielurr, llrlalol r.
mil work to pltenpail look alter only
llie wlmllliK mini nll liililnea.
1 1 In mliif to tich a tlago, howcter,
tliat llilitnl Iwlleie xnudlilng muil lie
ilune, ami lie proir lining It ami at
tending to all tlic work mile th Jele
gatloli ami tlic PieiMenl are dial lila
aiitvraaor I a'jlnteil In llie near lu
lu re. There I work lor a grand Jury
ami there I need lor an Anlatant Unlteit
HtaU-i Att niy, lnre Jaruet Col
lgnel a lew hour larlnre III name ol
(.'liri Mtuetnrl waa aent in by Itnoee
veil lor Iti latnl' place. Till being llie
lloallnn, II la highly piuUlile that
llilitol will eel nil aoine lliewmk on,
appoint Kvaa a aaalatant anil other
help. Kvan la a I'orlland altomey who
waa In Cut with t'nleral Judge Hunt,
who prealdeil al the Hall and other land
Naturally, II llrlalol make hi ap
polnloient and one more artlxely re
unlet operation there will be rriolt
Irom Waalilngton. II llilitol' rourt
hould Iw objectiil to, which I probable,
It will enable him to "cumo back."
Mr. T. A Caldwell, who live on the
M. Wlngflelil ranch, near Adel, per
loruird one ol the moat daring (ati
Tuerilay morning o( Ihll aetk, that It
ha been onr rxrlcnre to chronicle In
ilila country. Miortly alter her litis
band hail led the liouan fur hi day'
uik on that morning, a co)ote ratne to
lliechlrlnn )ardaml made a raid on
the rhlckena. Mr. Caldwell went to
chate llm coyote away' not believing
that cr)nte would tackle a permn. Rut
ah hii urprlaeil, when the thing look
alter her. She Marled to run, tripped
and fell prone to llie ground. Th cay
ole jmntrt-d on tup nl her and unk hi
treth In her hrt-ait. She grabbed Mr.
rnyote by the throat and with a dead
gilp, rhoked It to di-alli, Th Coyote'
trelh were faiteneil lif her clollilng and
the aucteeiliil in eixerrxmerlng him, and
neter loneennl her gilp until hr dea-t-rratr
icllin dead, and dead lo
lay. The coyote wa tklnned, and
Mr. Caldwell nnihiubll)' will keep the
hide a a aoovenlr nf the tuoat blood
fiinlllrc iiilinfe nl brrllfe. Lak
J. (I. Hleen...i. la In town today IroM
hi ranch on ll ItUrr
Will Not Take Chances of Beinq
Indicted for Neglect of Duty
formation About Klam-th THNKS JHAT JRAp HAS BEE ST
The regular butlnee im-Hlng ol thei
twenty one club will be held Tueaday .
Teninf at the offlc of the tecretary ol
tbe Water Uvrs Aiaociallon. Officer
for the emulng term will lr iderted aod
matter) relative to the enterlalnmenta
Jurlng thetummer, will Iw dltruaaed.
Letter of Inquiry ki-ep nimlng to real
date dealer and other in tlilt rlty,
from farmer who want to com
weal. Nearly all tbe real eitato firm
araiwamped with tetter and are kept
buiy tending antwerr and deacrlptlre
mailer of the country.
The Water Uer AaoeltInn ha re
ceived a Hit, containing the name and
addret of 224 people from Illlnol,
Kama, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska and
other date, wanting Information.
Theto inqulrle were made ol the Itec
amatlon Kenlce, and th Hit w a for
warded by Director Newell. Thlrlh-one
ol theex wanted Information about the
Klamath project and 103 who wanted In
formation did not peclly which Irrlga-
', lion project they were Inlereated in.
' Secretary Chaataln, of the Water
Believes Affidavit Tiled by Attorney KuykendaH for Client
Wds Done at the Instigation of Senator Bourne to
fry and Catch Him Asleep
leatt, the bright protiert ahead nl mu
nicipal nwnoialilp a to It light and
water )tcm, water for Inixatlon and
power for light to l derived from the
old Ankeny canal, now owned by tlio
government, klamath Kail already
ha light and water privilege nnder
private nwnerthlp, but il ha long felt
the rate for llitee neceiuitle were ex-c-ie,
and II prngreithc ciliien now
projone to agitate tlila quettlon to a
flnlili. Athland Tiding.
Ceera Aoclatlon, ay hi office I re
ceiving an average of 100 letter a
month, aaking for Information.
Captain llaniberry 4u old out hi
Interest In the (learner Wluema to hi
parlner.J. II. Tolten.
Pay Taes Before April I; Register by 5 P. M. April 7
Tate may In- paid na follow! Thr per cent r.bat will be alloaed on all
late paid hv lb. IMh of March. Tate Ueome delinquent after the flr.1
Monday In April II oue-half the ta U paid before the 0rt Monday In
April then the time for the remaining taie may be extended to the Url
Monday In t). InWr ; but if Hie remaining Us be notao pahl.then they become
delinquent, and a Ki.ally at the rate ol ten per cent .hall be charged and In
lere.l al the rale ..I IS r cent until paid. Herwnal check will not he ac-
"The r.-giatralion lewk. are 0H-n every day from eight to flvo o'clock, except
ing the mem hour, at the iourt houe. The book, will clow for th. prlmarle.
al5o'clk.prll7. A clllien In orderjlo regi.ter mint have lived In tbe
tale 0 iii-inlh. and In th prclnct 30 day. Every voter nln.l regl.ter anew
Oil year The prlmarle will be held April 17.
rierrill Record Items
THE "GLAY BAKER" TO-NIGHT
Mr. urn! Mr. Wm. V. Mong will pre
ent the four-act drama "The Clay
llaker" al llou.ton'a Opera Hooae, to
night. Practically all ol the (eat have
already been old. The ca.t ol charac
ter 1 a follow :
j. n. Hanover Cal.b 01lvr
TJVV KW .gt m
I'1 ' T'
Do It Now!
. , When the birds comaence to iDmmu
ta Juit warm enough to nake you attafied with Me then JJneuIKuJ?too
o get In tune wlthntturf awl torj up with a nice nUt or two. DogM wM too
kmg. Come and let the ilnierjrt nPPy Ptt,, we ire in0WUI w our
IprTngsmtinia. . ,.'., .,
WHY ROTHE1I WITH ILL FITTING "Ready Madea" when,we
ve ready to fill your every whim it the aame prfcea.
GET THE TAILORING HABIT
Jimmy Bcotland E. Whitlock
Owner of th Pottery.
I'eter Denlg. clay baker Mr. Mong
Sam Holler, poller Irwin Rolfe
Jack Hanover, aon of J. O., and an
engineer on the Panama Canal
C. 7- Parley
Seth York, a Bill collector.. J. M. Caitl
LouIm Denlg Faye llogue
Belay Penig Mamie Boyd
Grace Hanover, Hanover' daughter
MI Loulia Metcalf, maiden lady..
Th Twenty-one vlub gave another ol
Ha delightful partle Saturday evening,
the annlvereary ol Waihlngton'a birth
day. The program were hand decor
ated, with re" (kelchea, by Mr. Bren
A Wall Prom Klamath
Wallaco Baldwin wa down from
Klamath Fall thl week.
Mr. J. Ilartman and family of Klam
ath Fall have moved lolhi -Ity.
Mr. and Mr. A.T. I-angell and fam
ily were lionania vltltor lad week.
John and Jerome Whitney left Tues
day for their ihcep camp In Modoc coun
Dr. and Mr. O. F. Demorctt were
Klamath Fall vUItor Tueaday and
Weilnetday of tl.t week.
tloliert Huntaker, Democratic candi
date fur .heriff, wa In the city thl.
week looking after hi political fence.
1. V. Applegate, the Modoc Indian
war veteran, patted through Merrill
yetterJay on hi way to the Tula Lake
Abel Ady, accompanied by Metir.
Hoffman and ion were in the city from
the Fall thil week looking over the
Lout Qerber and 0. W. Offleld went
to Fort Klamath lat week for the pur
poto of buying cattle. They returned
empty banded a the people up there
wanted more than the gentlemen felt
C. O. Merrill and A. T. Langell will
leave nest week (or Modoc county with
a bunch of cavclry hone to .el! to a
government buyer in that county.
Mem. Merrill and Langell have .elect
ed tbe hortc carefully and expect to
reallie a good price. They itarte4 in
The Illegal ftnclng cae in Klamath
County, nn account of which wa given
In Tnc Herald noma time ago, I. cant
ing contlderable furore In the dlitrlct
attorney' office In Portland, and alto
oran notoriety for Attorney Kuykcndall
of thl city, and probably will result In
the government tending about 11000
Invettlgatlng the care.
Henry Bigby (quailed on 180 acre of
government land near the Lower Lake.
which ha been temporarily withdrawn
by the government. Forty acre of thl
it within an enclosed field belonging to
E. P. Ilopkln. Il appear that thl
fence wa built many year ago, before
the advent of land fraud cam In Oregon,
and when the greater portion of the
Klamath Basin waa In sagebrush. Aa
Bayby ha acquired no legal title to tbe
land, Mr. Ilopkln does not see th ne
cetty of going to the expense ol remov
ing the fene.
Attorney Kuykendall, who I m well
known tupporter of Fulton, I qnlt
wroght up over the report that ha la Im
plicated in any schem of Bourne'. II
tated that Bagby came la him a a
client, asking hi ataUtanc to bar) the
fence removed. He bad blm makot
an affidavit Mating lb fact, which wa
forwarded to the district attorney' of
fice, with the expectation that that of
fice would order Hopkins to remov lb
fence. II is only object was In furthering
the Interetts of bis client, but he says
he I pleased If It results In starting the
wheel of Juatlce. which have to long
been out of comtnlttion In this state.
Driving and Fishing
There is no place that can equal tho
weatberin Klamath county this Ma
son. YetterJay was an idsal day and
the livery stables were kept busy all day
furnlthlng driving teams. A great many
horseback parties were out also. It I
reported that .the county roads are in fine
shape and almost inclined to be dusty.
Many of tboo who could not aacura
team, enjoved tbe fishing at the Fall
Over at Klamath Fall, they are be
wailing lb lack ol expeditious mall
facilities, which they chaiacterlre as the
"slowest ever," th present untatltfac
tory schedule requiring at least eight
days' interval between the mailing ot a
Isttsr to Portland and receiving a reply.
But Jair rNompensi awaits th Klam
ath along other line. In th first
place the Fall, boaita of a baakel ball
team that, Is termed tut, one that prom
ise, to mak a record In tbe near f utare ;
second, that out of 21 candidates that
have thus far announced themselves for
county offices, 19 are uctusl residents of
th Falls, and out ol tht postlbl re
maining two, on halls from th suburb
Attends the Fisherman that uaea
OUR FISHING TACKLE
Fly Hooka, Spoon Baita. Reela.
Lines, Steel and Bamboo Rods.
They are constructed for aclen
tmc fUaliuj and no Matter how
unskilled the ftahcrnai lacceee
will attend hla effort If he tuea .
our tackle. .. .. .. '.. ..
Roberts & Hanks
Phone 173, bwi Block
ol tUt municipality and third, but not