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OFFICIAL PAPER OF
ULAMA IH tkt UN J Y.
KLAMATH FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, MARCH 4, 1909.
LEADING PAPER OF
HO< THICKS OREGON.
WORK BEGINS IN JI’LY.
the said device Is kept, or suspected
V IXTAL RETI R.NM.
of being kept, and the name of the
person or persons. If known, violat
HlterifT Harnes Arrests Fugitive ut I Het to My on Crater latke Road
W ill I* be b.iifiim d of Ju**t
ing this ordinimi e, whereupon tin
Hou» of Relatives in .Missoart.
Like Many Others?
salii Pi lli e Judge shall Issue his war
Will G Steel, who has don** more
rant cornmatiding the Chief of Polli*
Sh* .lff Barnes return« d on Satur
An ordlnuli* ■ Sii> pu » h * h I by the oi other pulii*- uitin r, to search sih I i
day having In custody Koy Vestal, on toward t>>r»h*ri»g the recognition of
Council Monday night declaring -the piai e and, If the law Is being Violated
whose * vid* u* < will largely depend (Crater l.ak than any other one man,
keeping (or sain or selling, except as to ui r«st the person or persons vio
the prosecution of Chas. Liakey and is In the elty for a few days to begin
oth*TWI-e provided, IntoxlcalI* g II lating the sumo, and It shall be the
Alf. Wallis on a charge of cattle steal arrangements for th*- handling of the
quors, within lb« illy limits of hlu lilt * of th*' Chief of Pollea, or other
ing. There was a large crowd at the I tourists the coming grimmer.
tout h Falls, unlawful;
prohibiting poll* ■- officer, after having obtained
wharf when the ts.at came In, who Steel is «ell satisfied with the pros-
Much keeping or sale and fixing pen such warrant, to demand ml mission
expected the arrival of the sheriff pectH for the building of tiie Crater
Probably no other man
ally lot violation thnreof; and pro Into su* h limis i or plui* v. *i>-n such
with his prisoner, and when they l^tke rond
hibiting such offense», within the devlc* is rie irlid to, and upon ad
both arrived, th* re was quite a dem could I have accomplished what in* did
lliillls iif auld city, and decluilnir .<n mitt m*'. being r* fused, such officer
onstration of joy
Tbe people have with the h«a I of the ’¡’orestry Ber
tie secured a promise from
I ■■ I •■reby authorized i* d required to
ts k*. n a great inter* st In the provcu- vic*-.
tn divert from other
tion of the men charged with rustling Mr Pinchot
President of the Council F T Sun for.* op*n th*- »uin*' und arrest a nd
d*iM>n. who Is luting Mayor during
Vestal was taken to the court house funds to be used on a road through
the ab*e it* e ut Mi b’llts, did not sign Judge, all stub persons who stall
inutili violating any of the provi-
and from there to the office of the the r»M«xrve. The appropriation for
tho new »aioon ordinunte ms he
•Ions of this net
And any person,
Prosecuting Attorney, where a con the Forestry Department had already
or persons. Hiding or abetting such
ference »as held with that officer by been made when Mr. Steel reached
Washington, and In view of the fact
violators by obstructing *>r trying to
the sheriff and his prisoner.
as it now
pri vi ut tbe said officers In the dis
Both Sheriff Barnes and Vest*) that not enough money bad been ap
will not b*Mooie a law, but
charge of such duty, shall Ire equally
were compl -tely worn out with tbelr propriated t»> cover the expenses of
retuinml to tbe Council with
guilty ander this ordinans»
loug and tiresome trip and were anx all tbe Improvements which were de
Ing Mayor’s veto uttached
In any prosecution provld
ious for a rest The return from Mis sired. it s-M-ius incomprehensible that
There seems to b* flaws In a num
was by the southern route, com Mr. Steel was able to get the Forestry
lx r of th* ■>■» tlons of the ordinance,
ing through .New Mexico and Arizona Department to even consider the ex
at hast that Is the opinion of l*r*»i be ll«-ri s wary to state the kind of In
penditure of money for any new
to San Francisco and then north.
dent He nd er son, and if tl.i mi rpi* toxicating liquor sold, nor <l<*sci|b>
tat Ion of certain »»■* li *ns t>> th* t It
Mr. Steel and Mr. Plnchot have
left Klamath Falls on bis hunt. He
Attorney ngr**w with his opinion. Mi. nt* **• dl-i'O» il th* reof shall b*' with
been «'Jose personal friends for year«
Manderson ntMt*d that h* would 1.
en*.w l<'di *. of h- principal In ord**
the northern part of Montana. He and it was dee, in a great measure,
to v ’«» ti * rr'j uri*
io * ITIVI
nviit Im th, .* t of th*' ag**nt or
tben visiUMl Helena and Custer, Mon to this fact that Mr 8teel was grant
Tie first i'*tion provides that It
rtf I »aut. ui.d In «'I cases th* person
tana. Melle Vesta), a brother of the ed the opfiortunity to present to Mr.
shall bn unlawful for any person to
or p* r*»* ur.* t*> Wimm the said intosi
¡man wanted, lives at the latter place Pincbot the gr -at necessity for this
store, sell nr give awuy any Intoxicat
tatlng I llqUui »ball have b*» n fur
and the sheriff spent a week In that highway, which finally resulted in
Ing liquors < »<* |d drug store*, which
It was this agreement of
:il«h**d, w*i**rh»r of sale, gift, of otb-
'city, trying to induce him to give in success.
can do »n for mechanical and nodi
Mr. Pinchot's that made It possible
i *rwl * . In
latlon of thin ordinanc*-
It Is further ptovid-
«hatl I' ■ ■ < >' .petent wflnesses
er. Melle V*-xta) promised to do what to HH'iire the appropriation from the
i'<J that the pruprletor of a di ug
I«*’unni » of i liceua» or Internal rev
Barnes then went to Kan- Oregon legislature
stor* must keep a record of al) »*)«■»
Federal Gov* rn-
da m f by
sas City and later to Strawburg, in the Senate went to the extent of
of Intoxicating liquors mad*' on the
mint to an.» per» •n for the sale of
where the grandfather and grand- wiring Mr. Plnchot In regard to the
proscription of u physl'lan
WILLIAM H. TAFT OF OHIO.
Intosi»a’ing i qu* ». or th«* cvrtifi'Mt**
; mother of Koy Vestal lives He then matter, and when informed that he
Th«* a*** tion In relation Io gambling «»f th. ro’l' tui of Internal revenu»* fl . figiirafs «J «a*
of tiw* I ni «1 Ktnf« s today—»An
went to Washburn, where other rela- would do just as he promised Steel,
only Includes owners, troprletors or that » im h llc«*m* i: tax stamp xalld
Itives live, and there he found Vestal they were left without one of their
employe»*» and <l**»*a not make it un nt the time of said vtojatioo. has been t
t tuin k <»od.
A letter wm sent to tbe sheriff by strongest arguments.
lawful for any ou< else to Indulg* Iu ;>i«.x*<i to any iH-r«on. shall be prima
Mr. Steel states that the Forestry
! Roy Venial, who agreed to come back
will begin work on the
«-video*« •• that Much person Is
FttK STEA UN.NG BORD «ATTI.E.
Meet ton I
It shall be unlawful •eillhg *'Xchunging or glvibg away
ja ticket or enough money to pay his road In the forest reserve in July,
for any person, or person*. In nuy intoxicating liquor. In violation of
■ fare. Sheriff Barnes refused to state [and also tbe Good Roads branch of
W alli» and Liskey Arraigned <>n Hee-
inanoiw. dlhvr dlr. ctly or md<r»*clb. thio ordinance
w hether Vestal had made a confession the Agricultural Department will
by agent, servant, or employ < »*. or
I or not. and said be did not wish to make the surveys and plan the course
otherwise, to ke-p or niuintuln with
Cross examination of the defendant
¡say anything on tbe subject. It is of the- road. The highway through
In the Hmlts of th« city of Kia oath
was fini«b«-d In it f w minutes this
. ¡almost certain that Vestal has made the reserve will be built strictly ac
TH first pubfic admission on tbe
Falls, Oregon, any bar-room, drink
, ¡a full i»reaM of the affair although cording to the lecommendations of
morning aft.t which W«-I<b and Lis-
p»rt of the Prosecuting Attorney s , , • ,
Ing shot*, drinking saloon, tippling
-•i«.*'t. engineers, but the
: it is ,uoV known to tbe pubik who a. e
key w> re called and qu*--(xij.*»l about
oflltA that Vrntai was in cuvtod,., was,.
hoose ,club room, club bouut, or any
, implicated. . His perfect willlngm’fl* road outside of the reserve will prob
tiu- mule stealing introduced ytster-
ukm U aiiujLb aflur Court convea«*d i f
other pla<<' In which spirituous, vin
n vrv i without causing any trou- ably be constructed according to the
duy. The dtdense then rested.
The Court bad dis- ’
ous or malt liquors are kept to be
Prosecution called the wife of the l*uawd el a number of cares on the' l ble, is sufficient to show that he K w tnbwn tn the snatn MAUulaaion which
sold, disposed of. or glv»n away, ex
will be appoint«*! by Governor Ben
i ready to tell all he knows.
defendant In rebuttal, but the statu .lo<k«’t, and
announced that it would
cept drug stores; provided, that auy tin- work on the project.” This is
son. It is not known who tbe mem
take up the tut« of the State vs. l.is-
disposition In the manner above men- .the telegram received last Saturday
jplicated to any great extent in the bers of this commission will be as
key. Wallis and Welch, and asked If
tloni-d of uny spirituous, vinous, mult from R H Smith, who I* now In
stealing of the cattle, but he is want the appointments cannot be made un-
As the ease ta n-'aring completion
1 Wallis was ready for trial
or Intoxicating liquors In a drug Washington In b»*half of the Klamath I
badly as a witness. The sheriff is ti. 90 days after the adjournment of
Benson A Stone informed lhe
store havlug a duly licens'd drug Piuj»*t. No news that has reached
¡this city *lnc»> Its foundation earned the result Is likely to be a bung jury Court that the deft-nse wa« ready for very liberal in his praise of the ac •he legislature according to the >ro-
gist, may be made f<rr mechanical
tions of Vestal since he has bad him is'ons of tbe bill as passed.
the trial of Alf. Wallis.
und inodKlual ptirpoa»*», and provld- ■mi h *atl*factlon a* this, In a few
I Mr Steel, as secretary of the cotn-
Trial in Detail.
«•4 further that In all cases of such [minute* after lhe receipt of the mes-
ing Attorney Kuykendall stated that
!mission appointed by Governor Cham-
sale of intoxicating liquors by a drug (sage tb< u< w* spread, and It was as
It took about an hour Saturday the pros»*cutioD would like a few cuting Attorney not to talk about tbe lierlain. has gathered all the material
store ui*oti prescription of n duly
morning to exhaust tbe regular panel lay.' but would be ready to try the case. To a representative of this pa 1 P»>ssible. and also obtained rulings
liccns*'»! physician, tbe proprietor of •«aid. Thank God, the worst is now of jurors in trying to secure a jury -ase by Saturday or Monday. Cir
per he said that be felt very much re on every legal point that might come
such drug store shall Reep a full and passed '
tor the ilia) of Alt.Wallis on a charge cumstances had arisen whereby it lieved that bis trip was over. They up in the work of the new commis
accurate r»*cord of such prescriptions,
of horse stealing. Not one juror was ..-light be advisable to first try Wal had a very hard and long jaunt and sion which will have iu charge super
showing the name or numes of tbe th«* project assured. It means that I secured out of th* 17 examined. Six lis on another charge ior which he
of the road
All this matter
he never felt so tired in his life. He vision
penu*n or p»TMins to whom su*h In 1 this clt, and county will b«* the liveli I t*' '11 w* re excused by th« Court and was Indicted
It was evident that
Is greatly changed since leaving Kla
the I'tOFetulioc was simply waiting
toxicating liquors w«-r»* delivered, the est s»< tloti of tiie Pacific Coast this one was challenged by the detenne,
as soon as it is appointed, so that
Nothing now remains to
date of such sale, and the name of , summer
Sixteen of the men exatnined stat- tor the return of the sheriff with and does not wear a mustache. He there will be no delay in beginning
the physician Issuing such preset lp- prevent the great Influx of settlers (Mi that they had formed a fixed opin Vestal in order to have the cattle
¡does not look much like a criminal, work. The work done in this re
tlon, which record shall b«.' subjict now on their way to Klamath Coun ion on tbe case, and therefore would stwalitig case come up first
but has the appearance of being weak f sped by Mr. Steel will save the com-
to the inspictlon of the police of the ty; and that the farming landa and not muke competent jurors. Eleven
Judge Benson objected to the de
ami easily lead. It is probable that mission fully a month and a half of
said city of Klamath Falls ut any city proi»erty will be in big demand of them had served in the trial of lay. and argued that Wallis had been
i* o-ftaln unless the groat blunder
Chas Liskey. and their decision in kept in jail a long time; that their try, and not knowing where to go.
It shall b*- unlawful I* mad*- of trying to boost prices too that case would iudicate what their witnesses were all here, and that
I returned to where bis relatives were.
This, however, is not likely,
for any person In any manner, either high
fixed opinion would be in tbe second they had devoted all their time to ‘jlf he had been experienced be would'
Will W. Baldwin and ..liss Mabel
directly or Indirectly, or by agent, for th* people hav»« had some expe- trial.
The Judge ordered a special the present case and it would not be have bid hhnself among strangers, j
nervant, employee or otherwise, to rlf'iic*' with this kind of folly.
venire of twenty-four summoned, and j fair to switch off on another charge, or remained in the country and put ■ Jacob* were united In marriage Mon
Th«* slight delay that wan cuuaed
day at the home of the bride’s
sell, dispose of, or give away, any
instruct(Ml the sheriff to secure good 'of which his attorneys kne« noth
up a bold front.
' parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Jacobs,
spirituous, malt, vinous or Intoxicat by tli*‘ order suspending work will men, to appear If possible at 9:30 ing on short notice.
' at Baker City, Oregon. The young
Judge Noland assured Mr Benson
ing liquors within the limits of the hav»* no material *ff«*ct on results Monday morning.
' couple will spend their honeymoon
city of Klamath Falls. Oregon, except this year, for the matter was strulght-
The examination and selection of that in case Wallis was tried on tbe
IfOK.ATE GETS BIG PIA M.
in Portland and return to this city
as provided for in stiction 1 hereof. •'iieil out so quickly that tbe Service the jury in the Alf. Wallis case, ac- new charge, the defense would b«*
Sec. 3. It shall be unlawful for can go ahead as If no Interruption used of horse stealing, was concluded given sufficient time to prepare their l|>|K>iuted Water Commissioner by about the middle of the month.
The bride is well known iu this
any person, firm or corporation main occurr«*d.
It took tbe at case. He stated that he would not
city where she has a host of friends,
taining a store, shop or other plicc
torneys two hours to select tbe jury set the case before Saturday, and
LINK TO KK EXTENDED.
of business In said city, to keep or
of twelve men. Most of them are asked the attorneys for the state to
H. L. Holgate has been notified of who will extend her a hearty welcome
store in such place of business, or In
from the Merrill country and are
his appointment by Governor Cham on her arrival to make her home
E. It. Kearnes, who returned this practically new men in the county oa which charge they wished to try berlain as water commissioner for' ' here. She lived in Klamath Falls
any part of the building where such
the defendant. It Is believed that It the western division of the state. The J about a year, while her father was
place of business is maintained, eny week from Hollister, from a confer und were unfamiliar with the case.
spirituous, vinous, malt or Intoxicat ence with his associates, Messrs Haw
K. L. Van Meter and Henry Liberty will consume a week to procure a State Engineer and the two commis I constructing the government tunnel
ing liquors; nor shall the owner or kins and Brown, has anonunced that were excused by the state, and Cbas. jury. As it will be necessary to ex sioners constitute a board which will as contractor for Mason, Davis Com
lessee of any building in said city per- these gentlemen will be In this city Woodard, Geo. Wilson, E. E. Fitch, haust the old panel before summon have full supervision of all the water pany. During her short residence
here she became very popular in the
mil any Intoxicating liquors to be about the middle of March, when F. P. Van Meter and W. A. Wilson, ing a new venire, there will necessar regulation of the state.
st or »*d therein, except the same be final plans will be perfected for the by tbe defense.
Following is the ily be some days delay. By beginning
Mr. Holgate will receive a salary society of the younger set, and won
the love and respect of all.
used as a drug store, nor shall such construction of an «tten'slofi of tbe jury which will try the case: F. T. the trial on Saturday, the sheriff of |2400 a year and
continue ' The S’’«*»“’* who •» «>«
owner or lessee allow any device* to stieet car line frotw its present ter Higgins, F. R. Anderson, A. B. Lib- could have Sunday In which to start office in Bonanza. l._
be constructed or maintained In hl* minus, Sixth and Main streets, to bey, J. A. Brown, Percival Shol), H. for the country to summon the new in his present position as cashier land Mrs. George T. Baldwin, of this
building designed to prevent or avoid the depot, a distance of about a mile. E. Turner, Henry Walters, Wm. Pow venire. It Is admitte«! that It will of the Bank of Bonanza. Each com- city, is a Klamath County boy whom
detection of tbe unlawful sale of in This Is the firHt announcement that ers, M. Giacomlni, M. D. Whitlatch, bo a difficule task to find twelve meu nissioner has the appointment of four the city and county are justly proud
bus been made Indicating the activ Henry Farrar and J. A. Ward. Af qualifh-d to sit as jurors on this case. deputies who will receive pay for the of. He has been connected with his
texlcating liquors therein.
Kuykendall Informed the Court actual number of days which they father's big hardware house for a
Rec. 6. Where local device* tire ity that Is to prevail In this city dur ter the attorneys made their opening
number of years and he has had prac
there was another indictment may be employed.
reaorted to by the keeper* of houses
statement to the Jury Court adjoum-
tically full charge of the business for
or placo* mentioned In this ordin an activity that Is to continue until < I until 1:30. The state is represented against Liakey and Wallis and he
tbe past six months. The immense
ance, for the purpose of preventing Klamath Falls Is a city of metropoli by Prosecuting Attorney Kuykendall would like to have them arraigned
F. J. Bowne and bride left Sheldon, business handled by this concern is
or avoiding the detection of the keep tan else. It Is the Intention of Mr. and Judge Thos. Drake, and the de at tills time. The two men were
brought Into Court by deputy «her- Iowa, last Sunday, where they have [ sufficient evidence of the ability of
er thereof, It shall be the duty of the Kearnes and hiH associates to either fense by Benson & Stone.
and the indictment read, charg been visiting Mr. Bowne's parents, for the young manager. As a business
Chief of Polloe or other police officer, electrify the
When Court convened at 1:30 the
when evidence I* presented to him or tion a motor car. In either case two prosecution opened the case by put ing them together with Roy Vestal, Washington. They expect to arrive man he has always been a hustler
evidence Is obtained by such officers cars will be operated.
ting Walter Welch on the stand and with stealing on November 6. 190S. In Washington In time to be present and seems to have inherited the
that such devices are resorted to, to
he was all the afternoon giving his one steer and une cow belonging to at the inauguration of W. H. Taft as boosting ability of his father, Judge
He has always taken a
Missis Runk and Schneider return testimony in the case. His evidence lex Hord. Wallis was represented President. From Washington Mr and Baldwin.
file a complaint with the Police Judge
setting forth the device resorted to, ed last Friday from San Francisco was similar to that given in the Lis by Benson A Stone and In the ab- Mrs. Bowne will tour the East and I prominent part In all public and bus
sen«?o of Attorney Mills, A L la-av- expect to return to Klamath Falls iness movements and is popular In
or the means employed to avoid such where they have been selecting theii
sochi) circles as well.
' by the the first of April.
lit appeared for Liskey.
(Continued on Fifth Page)
detection, describing the place when spring stock of millinery.
A “UK» ” ORDINANCE.“
THE WALLIS TRIAL