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ain in California Cheers Local Stockmen
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ILL STREET TO
ITART PANIC TO
RIGHTEN WILSON
ammSmmBmsme
OCHAT lAMMKHtf MAY TMKY
ARK NUT ALAMMKO
(utfc Htm THImm Me) a Me Weald
tWfa Rfc An HeapmrW
the limit Cwtlllnne l's-
Itt IWlM WMaaw, They Mart
XrwTerUre
PlSS IM C
IHINOION, I). C, Jaa. !.
atlc leaders loday denounced
i that Wall eUeet operators an
ttag peakky stories to creete
, Wilson's precrem.
would llaa to ken Ike asean-
he ara trytoc la atari a male
eald Senator TlHssea, "bat the
treta 4a net eeere wank a straw.
will stand by WHeea. MU Chi-
! speech eely disappointed Usee
i me. who eipeeted Ibelr mil-
weald terrify aad subdue klai.
I net mtoee Ma words, aa4 when
feaad tkat ke weaW not trawl
la manipulate tka stack
Coyote Hunting is a
Profitable Winter Sport
Coyote Scalps are Drawing $1.50
Bounty, f 2 is Paid on Bobcats.
and Skins arc Worth Money
any Shipments of Horses From This Section to South will be Made
TELEGRAM MB
ORE PUT OUT If
CeillHIH
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WM Net
CfcJrafl.
MaafcPaya
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United VyaMBarrle
Carpenter today denied tka
FAVORB
JaN d
IS Judge 4
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Reese is Defeated by
Bertholf as Director
llaa ef Marat attorneys te set
aside Jaee Jeans on's bead aad A)
pat klai to MM a a fug Hi from
Jaatiea. ,v"t'
Many fruii wbo (lad time liktuc
litr hray Ikarlr Itanda sie font
blnltn ilnjiari nod fruftt UI lb
work uf rlddlna !. ruuntr of pr
and wlU of II(b rtiiitwi and tlir.
UiUaK. TIivm will at klM lU.CO.j
Junli Hmrk jf Iaii(ll ValUr ttaat
a (UlM (or I7.S0 touulr moBr, aa
ili Uuualil lu on rurut and Ibrra
dalorjr atilwal. and arery dar HJOniwjUfci.TuMdar.Twahecwyolaacalpa
muMr cltrk'a vfflr rtlt quarc ori tfuuiht to tlio county clrk oa(
Illy ot ttiyole, ratblt and bobcat jTuJay by Frank Wllllamf, fcOj
calf. iMiani la for bouaiy aieaty.'iura four mum from ibla city.
OREGON TO HAVE
GREAT EXHIBIT
With the One Exception, the Board
of Directors is Re-elected by
the Horsefly Irrigationists
IIONANZA, Jan. 15. WKk kat oaa i Tka efltora ef thn aaaoeiatlan ara:
iMplloii, tka tlrt corpa ef oflcarairrraidcat, Jacob Kuck; aacratary,
were re-tU'tUd by tke atockkeldara ef .Fraacia J. Hewne; dlitetara. Will Ir
tba llorefly Irrlcatlon dbrtrbH, wbola, W. D..Campbll aad J. U. Bar
held tkelr aaaaal ebjctloa Taaaaay. 'tliold; treaaarar, I). 0. Hera; eeaeaaer
Nearly etwrrakara of tka ateck vaaiD. A. McComb; col bn tor. Addle B.
repreacated, aad a great deal ef la-jt'arsoM.
! Murk AfhttA&AA-M m tk fnlMA f
ternt wa toaalfaetcd la tba oet-
U FaaaUla. a watl kwi real
rata, Itatta la Ika aaarala
tttand aa a coaiWaad kualaaaa
ara trip. He will be away a
Tti ruunty aya 1 1. to fur eack royuto
13 for bobcata and 10 raata for rab-
btia,
(1, A. Uatry, wl.o rvaldM ar
Cbllo-iuln, lodar brought In Ika acalpa
in addition to tbo bounty raoaay tba
huntcra ato rrallt rtiony from tka
at of iIM. Tba (ur It prlwt dur.
Inc tbU cold wratbar. aad good arlcea
bi tald for dralrabla aklaa.
'BflHVW'T
'coma.
iHiaiTfLaVIl I.HDUilJa.TIMt IVTKL. Tbt
tHXHN MKAKVRK TO FHOVIUK
ftaw.ww yon HVII.IM.ti
KXMIIHTM
a otlcer ataetad la J.
jika projsct. wkkk will Irrbjate If.
M.Um9 ct ef farm land, waa matfaat'
I'enkotdeBoaaiiaa. Ha waa atectad J d by tke ateckkeMara yeaWrdey. aa4
aa director to aacceed F. W. Kaaaa.Uvery Uttle ajmae aaartand lu ea-
A.M alo of Bnaaaia. irdtnea la tke aaeeaaa ef tke dlatrtct.
POSTMASTER IS LECTURE COORSE
NOW A FUGITIVE BE6INS FRIDAY
FH:CN UI7IXM, HHAwTA CUVK.jMt'l'i:HITF..MK.T HVXHAR WIU
TV.OFt-taAkHIHKIMllMH'UMTj I.KI.IVK.K MHNT UpCtVKK AT
MY OVmKH OV KMTOtVfCK i)LK.Vi-MAXY MNVWCtll ARK
; United Preaa BarHea
8ALKM, Jaau lSRraaaUUa
Meaert W. Hacead of Portland la
tredd ball to tka legtateture tkU
afteraeea aeareerlatlac ISO0.9W9 te
prerkje far a aaate kattdlag aad aalt-
able aablbUa at tka l'aaaaaa-lcUc
aitieaHlo. la flaa Fraaelaeo l 191S.
tHTAirrMatJVT
gnaaaaj gaggaajw gaj aaB7ajaBBjaaaj
1UITTA. Me.. Jan. II. Ri-Oof.
Kdward Harlalgk waa teday
United tutee aeaator, I. aac
iter OaNaer.
United I'reaa Bervlea
NACKAMKNTO. Jan. IS. OStera
of tke poateflSee dfpartment ara
earcklag bare (or William Hhulferd.'
I.XTKHtMTRII
Tba Brat number of tka lectara
court to be kcld In dlffereal aekeol
dlitrlcti will be gUen Friday eTenlag
(at Ulcne. wben R. II. Dunbar, auper
li.i.h JbI k tka likt aatm. aukl anvil I
..b lilt, HUVItV U W "lk tVWlB, wggg
teelaater at Freacb Oulch. BkaaTa' .k flB ..N.ow view ol Hoy IJfe."
I'rorreeor Dunbar'a potltloa gtrea klai
an excellent opportunity to make oh
crratloaa along tkb line, nnd, la ad-
county, who la alleged to have been
ll.BOO abort la bla account.
It la reported Ikal Bkulferd leaped
from a train while being brought lo(Ul-m. he haa glrea tke matter a cere
IbUeltr. .fulatudy.
There are aeverai otner acaeeta W
the county tkal hare arranged tar
tho courae of lecturee, alt at wkieh
fare to be glten by leeal man. Mar-
'ill A ha .1 ttHaiBBiaa BBA -.jLl.alaaala aktBA
rill eWW irVHSHMI MIV ansaBmraaaaaaj-ga-a,-.
jlbo dlraclera of the Utter dletrtel
IaiTt irwtiiatv mra-r isr ui
(ourae.
( Tke lecturee are give, under tka
aihlitfaa nf tKa dftMrlluit of ajiuti.
tnda for Beum Have Been Approv-t0 d r fr-,o trem'
Falia V aiaH amww awaw-ea aaBV-awi JiW-r-at dbrtrlrla. Aamnaartka
echool aupplementa tba lectnree.
The purioae of tke courae la te ef
fer free to the general public a eearee
of lecturee en tealca ef atala and
ttoaal lalereaf. Including tadaatrwl
adueatlon, las reform aad etker ef
kindred nature.
ie Labor Leader is
!
to Have His Liberty
d by Federal Attorney. Bonds
for Ryan, Others Rejected
IICAOO, Jan. 18. Tka federal
lit eeurt ef apeeale today ap-
boada fer IIO.soo far Beum,
' Ika labor toadera recently eon-
and aenteaeed ta prlaea (or
! Illegal tranaaerUtlen ef dyna-
Ha will be reUaaed aa
tka papera arrive In Leavenworth.
Metric! Attorney Miller represent
ed tke gevaramaat.
Tba bonda ef Ryan, Bkoupe, Moll
ban aad Redden were rejected ky
Miller, who Hated tkat tke property
eckeduled In tke head waa IneunV
dent. New boadi will be aeugbt.
ank Ferris to Face
Serious Court Charge
led Carpenter Must Plead in Case
in Which he is Charged With
Stealing a Klamath Falls Girl
a trial ef Frank Farrta will N
ted In tke atrtalt eeurt FrWaj
rnlng. He la ckarged with ekttd
Mine.
arrla kaa raalded Iter, far aeverai
He wm eeafleyed aa a ear
aad, until kla arreet e tka
i eharta Par wnleh ke maet nw
face trial, kad keen kkjkly respected.
It la charged tkat ka Induced a H
year-old girl te leave ker home. He
eecorted kw te Derrla In vaklele,
and then aent ker muM, paylnt fer
ker trnnaportatlen. Fellewlng tke da
pat litre ef the Ctrl, Ferrla returned
Ie tkta eUyv Bom after ka waa ar
raatedr -. y
Mr. and Mm. h. C. Beldtog armed)
en Tueaday'a belated Cbllee.uta train.
Mra. Ktbel Doanelly ef Lerelln waa
oterated upon ky Dr. Truax today.
Sl. waa brougkt to the Blaekbam
ruijltal yeeterdey,
LINEMAN LOSES
LIFE IN STORM
AliKX YOVNfj; IUMAUmif), MBB.
IHMaM MVK MIMefl WBJrT Oar
' KK.NNKTT OUMFANIOX LKFT
' HIM TO HKHK ABBWTANOK
RKDDINQ. Jan. 1 1. Alex Young,
a lineman, prUked"nVaaew live miles
west of KeaaeH Wet night,. i
RaKua parties advth aedy tkk
mornlni. ' i(
Young kad on aaewekees; at kt
earns exkaustedu A arm .semsanisn.
Qeerge WkMeeen,' left klm te attair
,'.v ?, M' T
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SCIENCE'S 6AIN SMITH GETS ON
TOLD AT MEETING! TWO COMMITTEES
Jack H. Berry, a weM known Fort'
Klamath baalneea
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Tuesday te attend te basl.ias matters
IHtKTlmvUX OF sWVOLCTKMARYt KLAMATH
TK.lKSiaaW IX HC1KXCE FVBi FLACK ON WAYB A3
MMMbW MKVKftAL IVTIaWaaanxelj 0aletTTItK.
XVT LHCHtMaTtOX OMSMtfATBtf
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Mr. aad Mrs. Dick Hetehkteea left, lllgkly latereaUag te all present
Tuesday for San Francesco,
they will apend the winter.
ki
wkere VM ut nlgkt's meet I eg of tke KUm-
Special to Tke Herald
SALEM, Jan. 15. W. O. Smith,
DARROW TRIAL
STARTS FRIDAY
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Hon wHk tke ewtatda wertd br ant
grapk today fer abent aa Bsm Am
awwraFVm wwe"? VVjWBJBnBf'VB VVjPaWv 9jn armaw
UaSd gg. AgkjguaJu
e"?igFmgl BBJ fF'sPgHVT"as
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awmmwfjwmj, BBfJ BmW TB I
ad to satttos a
fer abeex a. ner.
cetved nnd asstt. '
' It la reported tke,Ue
started kere tkm
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WattfS atga mWTMamm . taffsffgal
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IeBVwertams ewdFaTWa snaBjaBJ BjBJPBl j
fuNy received nefis.
Leeal steckmesi aave
ablp kersee te tke CaJatanM.
tkbi month, bat Ike rssrs ef
farmlac coadltleae kad abs.t
them to look-ever etoer markais. Tfca '
IHsFVTY KMtUtlKKH START SaV.,J- nwaH. aad Dr. Fred WeeserfeM.
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COMTRMK THK FINaTT VKMRK.aad hygiene
ckanges nnd ndvaaess ef
IN THK KAMUUM CAH
LOB ANGKLKS, Jan. II. Deputy
skerlBa today started sen tag 115
talesmen who will comprise tke Brit
venire fer the second trial ef Clareaee
Darrow, which opens Monday. Judge
Cealey ot Madera will preside.
Darrow u charged wKk brlMag
Jurors In the McKamara eaae.
HTKABY MiCLINK IN MJKYAJ, PRO.
DL'CTHlN HAH RKKN CBsBfmat,
H.KKK COUNTY LUM ALLi
The nest meeting ef Ue club will
be held at Ike Stewart reetdence, and
the topic aseigaed la "Revetutlonary
Tendencies to Art." Mrs. Barneet
Ktfdy will be leader on tkat occaalea.
Frank M. Upp leaves teaserrew fer
dentistry 'Long Beaek to spend two weeks wHk
kls wife and daagkters. Hie faaatky
W return te KUmatk FaMa wMk
klam.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Edmonds le.t
Tuesday fer Atoonuu Mr. Bdmeada
Is superlateadeat ot tke Algesia Lam
ber company's plant.
Robert A. Jebnaea, msasger ( tke
Klamath Development company, left
for Ban Fraaeteeo Tuesday. He wW
be away several days.
OREGON MINES
C0MIN6 AHEAD CHARLIE CAPTAIN
MOST FACE JORY
OTHKMH IX THK BTATK
Ualted Preaa Service
WABHINQTON, D. 0., Jaa. II.
Tke steady decline to metal Bredae-
tlen ta Oregon, observed drtoB re
sent years, has been cksskad, any.
Ckaa 0. Yale ot tke United Itotaa Bee
legteal survey, reporting fer tka year
11I,' While the mine wMBwt hi
llt waa KS7.000 wertk e pjeM
aad 41,111 ouaeeaof sliver, tkearer
llmlnary returns fer till ekew HIT,-
to BM and K.lll oaneaa af aU
ver taken from tka earth. Tke ee-
ler reeelved at tke aaseltera wajg lit,.
I pewsaa, aa eempared wRk a,lM
peaada the prevtoa year, aii nw!
SCsaiMCi SsMi SaSwaaiSaByii saiwyS
' i- sc
Baker eeaaty leads tkd etaM to tke
praduetlea ef betk bM a4 attear, i
IXDIAN AKRHMTKtt MY BdsFUTY V.
M. MARSHAL Mi ROVNR OYMR TO
FKDMRAL AVBBMMaBrBBB ON A
UMTLRMMNI CBMRRK
Otiajlle Captain. Ue Klamatk In
dian arreated ky Deputy UaRed States
Maraksl W. B, OrlRtk, waa gtvsa a
irtllmtBary kearlag before United
Mtates CoamUaloaer Ckarlea J. Fer-
gtatm, and aeuad ever t tka. federal
rand Jury. He m canned wKk
t'reiuclng latesleaeta en tke Kleatetk
reservatle.
Captain kaa been watehed tar
time, nnd waea n. waa arreated tA ana
Agesiey. ky OrtRtk Maadmy altsmaaa
nNBaak ef wkmkef waa taamd s Ma
psreen. Tklg la todlreet walaMa at
ike taw, aa wklakey. ta m
titbta tka raearvaaleai kMaaMswasa.
y ..aa ama wmre7 swajwe wmrwsrmsji mBrmaamrnsaawvamam
ath Uterary Club, held at tke reeMJehll rH,recnUtlre ot Klamatk FaHs.
deuce of Mr. and Mrs. C, P. Stewart, lB b.aB jSy,b pUt, tke ways
whea matters pertaining to acleace ,Bj WMM committee, as well as oalfavoraWe weather reperta faaot lata
were dlacuaaed. Ih. commju. IrrbjaUea. South will proaaMy reeM to .mm awfta.
"Itevolutloaary Tendencies In Sct- More legtslatlea originates to taese
ence" was tke topic saslgned tor the two committees than to any etbera.
evening, and It aforded. opportunity aad a place especially on tke ways
.for splendid talks aad comments. The 'aad means committee Ie far mere tov
'tendencies la Musk were told of tojpertaat tkaa tke ekalrmsnablp ot n
'an Interesting meaner by Mrs. Dea uommHtee of lees tsapertemee.
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meats being nsadena
' D. M. MeLemers.
gatkered ap 117 nstttaa to tkat
bad aim oat deetded to eate 1
aertkern ssarketa, wBam 1st
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morataa. Jaet aa' aea am amnj ajw
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avattaMe
aentk.
Frsd
he wW start
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ereamerjr
hhsM' from-rrttaad, wbats)' mt
R. C. Spink leaves to tke mora tog Ibeesv, attoajBtaaT;,
for Pertlaad te spend n cempto efter tke peat twe
weeks. WkHe tkere ke will parekaaa that tnere waa.
addltleaal
stare.
steek fer kla Jewelry
O. H. Hunter leaves today fer
Franclec te attead te
ters. Mr. Hunter purekassd tke to
tereet of T. W. Btepkemi to tke Stepk-
ens-Hanter ReaMf
whesika left toe
kemmmw BkattaW
aw'saaaaa) nam aw emmm " v
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Mr. and
KWsaato lain Ipamj Bm
.kee.wsTSJ
VirtkratoRemvnBAJBI
a Hvery atoMa .to
Valley
Berger Takes up TTie
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Tlaints of Settktt
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Selling of Timber to Large COaPpa
niea by the Forest Senrke is Iks
Gansc of rrotaata to CdBaaBl
VA8HINQTOK, D, C, Jaa. HA
Congressman Victor Berger kaa re-
ct-atly been .verwaalned. wltk
plalnta from homestead settle
Waaktogtaa. Otsbm, idaa and
awwe'naf wBpwaBi .aVBB ewJrwBBBBBi VM iBpVfey
service In aetttes terf. traeta ad faa
ernment timber te tke Mb toatker ln
teresta kaa 'ratoed.ta.as. Tkar'ow
tkat tke lea, ef
reserve toad, to the bts
naataaat prtata far betav Ia)saw4ila1l
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