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MONDAY, FKIUtUAllV 2, 1020
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
Charter No. 71G7.
' E. J. MUKIIAYT ,
I Kdltor j
f atr Editor
Published dally excopt Sunday ty I
Tho Herald Publishing Compnny of!
Klamath Falls, at 11G Fourth Street.
Entered at tho po3toffico at Klam
ath Falls, Ore, for transmission thru
tho mails as second-class muttor.
Hosorvo District No. 13.
1'OKT OF CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL DANK AT
KLAMATH FALLS, IN TIIK STATE OF OKKtJON, AT TIIK
CLOSE OF 11USINESS DECEMBER ill, IU10.
. (a) Loans nnd discounts, Including ro-
discounts (except tlioso shown in
li nnd c)
Subscription tcrm3 by mall to any
address iu tho United States:
Ono. year $5.00
Ono month 50
Member of the Associated Press.
Tho Associated .Press is exclusively
entitled to tho uso for republication
of nil news dispatches credited to it
or inot otherwiso crcdjted in this
paper, and nlso local news published
All rights of republication of spe
cial dispatches heroin arc also reserved.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1020.
UJOMFStOSE, Arls., Fob. 2. The
bljilojojtotlon trials" set to bo-
EiUjOcnufaaj. are oxpecicu 10 uovci-
topbjO.hardolt fought legal battlo in
thit hlstorofArizona. Tho litigation
relaitedlrom, tho deportation of 1,-
Pt15J,'6lrilpa4y:opper mino workers
jaqijibuir 'jgapatUizers from Blsbee,
?,T3k&L?w" Mexico on July 12.1
200 defendants, among
'i'--iAUl9QV!MRrirvoritho most prominent cit
izens of Bisbeo'and vicinity liaro been
summoned to appear in the superior
court here to answer charges of kid
napping In connection with the de
portation. Harry S. Whodler, former
Sheriff of Cochiso county, who has
taken upon himself solo responsibility
for tho deportation;- mine managers,
superintendents and foreman; bank
ers, merchants and professional men
are among tho defendants.
Judge Samuel L. Pattee, of Pima
county, who has been designated to
preside, first gained prominence i,f
revising and codifying tho law3 of
SAfizona after her-ndmissipn to state
Officials of tho county attorney's
office are understood to have travel
ed through m'any wostern states gath
ering dispositions from tho men who
wero deported. j
Prollminnrv' n-rnm!n"Hnna 'ivWn '
held in Douglas last year. These wero
followed by a trial in the federal
court at Tucson of 20 leaders in the
financial and industrial lifo of Blsbee,
Douglas and Warren on indictments
charging conspiracy to deprive a citi
zen of his rights in violation of the j 35
penal code. Tho defense raised a ques
tion of the court's jurisdiction in that
case and It was sustained with tho re
sult that the trial of 200 or more, in
stead of the 20 alleged leaders, was'37
undertaken in tho state courts.
A third action is pending. It is a
civil proceeding for damages alleged
to have been sustained by tho deport
ed men by reason of their deporta
tion. Tho deportation of tho 1,186 men
followed a prolonged striko in tho
copper mines at Blsbee. Accusations
woro printed in tho nowspapers of the
southwest that tho striko was foment
ed by Industrial "Workers of the
World for the purpose of cutting off
tho production of copper needed by
tho Allied and Associated powers in
tho war against Germany,
Sheriff Wheeler, who directed tho
doportations, declared at the time
that all of tho men deported were
known to bo membors of tho I. W. W.,
Totol loans $ 1,224.104.57
2. Overdrafts, unsecured
3. Customers' liability on account of
drafts paid under Letters of
Credit, and for which tills bank
lias not been reimbursed
4. (b) Liability of foreign banks nnd
bankers for drafts and bills ac
cepted by this bank to creato dol
Inr e.chnngo and now outstanding
.". U. S. (Jotornmout securities ewned:
(a) Deposited to securo circulation . 41 4
(U. S. bonds par vnluo) 100,000.00
Pledged to securo U. S. deposits
Pledged to securo postal savings
doposits (par vnluo)
Owned nnd unpledged -
War Savings C ertincntcs nnd
Thrift Stamps actually owned
Total U. S. Clovornmcnt securities
Other bonds securities etr.:
(b) Bonds (other than U. S. bonds)
pledged to secure postal savings
Bonds and securities (other than
U. S. securities) pledged ns col
lateral for Statu, or other deposits
(postal excluded) or bills paynblo
Securities, other than U. S. bonds
(not including stocks), owned nnd
Total bonds, securities, etc., othor
than U. S
Stocks, other than Federal Reservo
Bank stock :
Stock of Federal Itesorvo Bank (50
per cent of subscription)
(a) Vnluo of banking house, owned
(b) Equity in banking house
Furniture nnd ilxturos
'Real estate owned othor than banking
Lawful reserve with Federal Itesorvo
Items with Federal Resorvo Bank in
process of collection (not available
as resorve) .
Cash in vault nnd net amounts duo
from national banks ,
Net amounts duo from banks, bankers,
and trust companies (other than'
included in Items 12, 13, or 14)
Exchanges for clearing houso
Checks on other banks in tho same city
or town as roportlng bank (othor
than Item 16)
Total of Items 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17
Checks on banks located outsido of city
or town or reporting bank and
other cash items
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer
and duo from U. S. TreasUror...
Intorest earned but not collected
approximate on Notes and Bills
Receivable not past duo.....
( j but an investigating committeo under
Secretary of Labor Wilson reported
, that some of tho doported men not
WJ membors of tho I. W. W. but woro
5-i business men and property owners
1 M who had lived in tho district many
hi Fifteen hundred .armed men under
Sheriff Wheeler herded tho strlkora
nnd sympathizers into tho basobiil
park at Warren, examined each one,
released those who promised to re
turn to work, loaded the remainder,
on a train of cattle cars and box cars,
put guards on board and tho train
proceeded to a Bldetrack at Uerm'inaa
N. M whero it was olft. United
States troops on July 14 removed tho.
oxiiqs to a camp at Columbus X M,
whore they remained for savcra!
woek3 until thoy finally drifted away.
Two mon, ono a deputy shorlff, woro
killed in tho roundup at BIsboo. ,
Metropolitan fight fans aro looking
forward with eagor interest to tho
second meeting' botweon Jimmy
WJldo nnd Jack Sharkey, at Jersey
a City, Jan. 26. '
Capital stock paid in
(a) undivided profits ..
(b) Less current expenses,
and taxes paid ......1 ...........
Interest and discount collected or cre
dited in advance of maturity and
not earned (approximate)"
Amount reserved for taxes accrued..
Amount reserved for all interest accrued
Circulating notes outstanding. ....
Amount duo to Federal Reservo Bank
Net amounts duo to National banks......
Net amounts due to banks, bankers,
trust companies (othor than in-
eluded in Items 29 or 30)
Certified checks outstanding...
Cashier's checks on own bank out
standing . ........
Total of Items 30, 31, 32 and 33
Demand deposits, (other than bank de
posits) subject to Reservo (de
posits payablo within 30 days) :
Individual doposits subject to check
Certificates of deposit duo In less than
30 days (other- than money bor
State, county, or other municipal de
posits secured by pledgo of assets
of this bank
Deposits requiring notice, but less than
Other demand deposits , .....
Total of demand doposits (other
than bank deposits) subject
to neservo. Items 34, 36, 36,
37, 38, and 39
Time deposits subject to Itcscrvo (Day-
able after 3 Odays, or subject to 30
days' or more notlco, and postal
Certificates of deposit (othor than for
money borrowed) ; (
State, county, or other municipal de- ' '"'
posits secured by pledge of assets
of this bank
Postal savings deposits
Other time deposits .
Total of timo doposits subject to
Reserve, Items 40, 41, 42,
and 43 249,711.84
United States deposits (other than pos
tal savings) :
Other United States deposits, in
cluding deposits of U. S. disburs
ing olllcors a
U. S. Government Securities bor
rowed for which collateral se
curity was furnished '
Othor bonds borrowed without
furnishing collateral security for
Securities (othor than U. S. or
other bonus, borrowed for which
collateral security was furnished..
Bills payablo, othor than with Federal
Reservo Batik (including all obll- '
gations representing money bor- '
rowed other than rediscounts)
Bills payablo wit,h Federal Resorvo '
State bank circulation outstanding I
Lettors of Credit and Travelers' Chocks )
sold for cash and outstanding '
IN QUEER FASHION
DENVER, Colo., Man.' 31; When
Sergeant Fremont Wright u( Den
ver wont to Franco with tho Thirty-
third division, ho carried with him a
photograph of IiIh sister, Miss Dotha
Wright of this city. Thorn was no
mark of Identification on tho picture
except" tho written Inscription, I'WIth
Surmount Wright loft tho photo
graph with othor personal offootB at
tho port of embarkation.
Tho photograph of Miss Dothn
was picked up on n battloTlotd Iu
Franco by Corporal Floyd W. Sto-
vlcic of Berlin, Now Jersey. Htovlck
noticed tho nnuio of tho Denver
pliotogrnphor on tho picture and re
cently mailed It. to him, with a note
explaining that ho feared the girl's
brother might lfnvo been killed. Tho
photographer gave tho picture to a
Half an hour after tho uowspapor
with tho picture had boon put on tho
streots. Sergeant Wright splod tho
picture and tho story which accom
panied it and eamo to tho newspaper
olllco to identify and claim tho ori
"I can't understand," said tho
sergeant, "Uw tho picture got out
of my kit ling at tho embarkation
port and onto u French huttlollold."
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 31
vorslty of Washington women
lutes aro active this winter Iu live
sports basketball, tennis, lu'chory",
and Held sports. Later hoekoy will
bo added. Included In tho Held
sports aro tho discus throw and Jave
in 1 ml
of tho total loans and discounts shown abovo. thn amount nn i,'im, 'i-
terest nnd discount was charged at rates In excess of thoso pormitted
by law (Sec. 5197, Rev. Stat.) (oxcluslvo of notos upon which total
cliargo not to oxeced 50 cents was mado) was nono. Tho number of
such loans was nono.
Stato of Oregon, County of Klamath, ss:
... 'uLcsJ'Q llBr8- Cnshlor, of tho abovo named bank, do solomnly swear
that tho abovo statomont is truo to tho host of my knowlodgo and bollof
... , , , , LESLIE noaERS, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to boforo mo this 20th day of Januury, 1920.
rn . ... , BERT E. W1THKOW, Notary Public.
JOHN W MOORE (My Comn,lss,on 0XPros Dec- ? "20.)
A. W. COLLIER, ' A
RUFUS S. MOORE, r, p 3
Directors. uL 1 Uf X
NEW YORK, Jan. 31. Commer
cial passenger aircraft provided with
virtually all tho comforts found In
high-priced automobiles will' bo fea
tured In tho second nnnunl noronnu
tical exposition of tho Manufacturers
Aircraft association, which will bo
held hero from March 6 to 13.
Leather padded cockpits, wicker
chairs with velvet cushions, heated
compartments protected from tho
wind by unbreakable windshields,
silk curtains, mirrors, luncheon
tables and telephones aro found in
American machines entered in tho
erlal limousines and coupes nro
among tho most popular entrants,
Tho lirst three-motored airplane to
bo built In tho United States will
bo on exhibition. It carries eight
passengers in comfortable wicker
seats, is equipped with a "self-starter
and capable of making 107 miles aSi
hour. Ono hugo transport plane car
ries 12 passengers and Is construct
ed for long distunco trawl, nt 11
speed of approximately two miles a
mlnuto. It is 46 foot long, 71 foot
wldo nnd 14 feet high, nnd is driven
by two Liberty motors of 400 liorso-
power each. Ono company has 011-
torcd a limousino Hying boat witli
such comforts ns n cigar lighter for
mon passengers and vanity cases for
uso of women passengers. An norlal
coupo which has boon ohtercd for
tho show seats threo passengers, In
cluding tho pilot, and carries a sup
ply of gasollno sulllclcnt to last ilvo
hours at n speed of 95 miles an hour,
A cabin cruiser destined to mako 125
miles und hour and fitted with type
writer tnblcs, so that thoso "who
ily may work," will bo ono of tiio
Two types of mall pianos nro on-
tored, a twin-ongincd machine carry
ing two mon nnd 1,500 pounds of
mall, with a gasollno supply for six
hours, and a mail piano capablo of
attaining a speed of 122 miles an
Popular priced models, known ns
"flyahouts," to bo seen at tho oxposi
tlon soil for as low as $1,500. These
nro almost capablo of being landed
on ono's lawn and nro small enough
to bo housed in tho ordinary nutomo
bllo garago. Ono model, 18 foet
long, 33 feet wido nnd flvo foot high,
carries two porsons. Another model,
known Us "Buttorfly," is of tho mono
piano typo, measuring 29 feet from
tip to tip and woighlng only 736
pounds fully loaded. It has attain
ed n height of 12,500 feet and flics
at 70 miles an hour.
Ono of tho most conspicuous ex
hibits Is a "pony blimp," tho small
est diriglblo ovor constructod for
practical uso in this country. It is
95 foot long and tho gas bag Is 28
foot In dlamotor. Two passongors
aro carried and tho diriglblo Is pro
polled by a 40-horsopowor motor
with n maximum spocd of 40 miles
an hour and cruising radius of 400
Sport and spcod modols complato
tho typos of planes shown in tho exhibition.
TO "I.OtJATli" HPOKANK
HELENA, Mont. Fob. 2. Rich
ard Locltoy of this city stood 011 I ho
slto of lint present city of Spoluiuo,
when no habitation existed within
many miles and debated with a friend
whether U would pay to "locate" I ho
falls, ho declared leceutly. Tito two
decided It would not as tho falls had
110 tangible value nnd might not have,
they reasoned for 11 century.
This was In I ho early days of the
rush into Montana gold fields nnd
that part of Washington was thou 11
desert. Mr. Lnekoy nays: Ho and Ills
friend wero riding to tho coast 011
business mid stopped (o see the falls,
of which they had hoard ivpoits.
They hud seen tho Great Kails of
the Missouri iu Montana and found
the Spokane falls small Iu comparison.
Was Almost 11 Nervous Wreck When
She llegau Taking Tanlae (lain
TO MEET CANADIANS
LONDON, Jan. II, (Ily .Mull) -Tho
second Imperial Press Confer
ence Is to bo held Iu Canada durl'ig
next August nnd September,
Leading representatives of the
nowspapers of tho British Empire
havo been Invited by t.10 Canadian
Press to attend thn conference to dis
cuss their common alms and Pne.ests
and nlso to obtain, by m'ans of a tout
throughout tho Dominion, n llrst
hand knowledge of its life an. I re
Tho delegation from tho United
Kingdom will Include proprietors and
editors of tho prominent dully news
papers, with Lord llumlmm, of th"
London Dally Telegraph as Chairman
Lord Nofthcllffe, of tho Times ami
othor papers, has also stated Ills In
tention of attending.
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 31. Penn
sylvania hunters Inst ear killed log
ally 2,1)13 male deer weighing 37K,
690 pounds. They also shot Illegally
119 male fawns and 207 does. The
bear hunters got 4 72 carcasses and
thoso who went after rabbits killed
2,719.87!). Turkey shooters got 5,181.
Patal accidents exceeded former
years, 35 porsons having been killed
and 128 wounded.
Tho stato gamo bureau Is piying
'Since I began taking Tanlae I
lrive gained thirteen pounds in
weight and my general health lum
Improved so much nil my fi lends .re
mark on how well 1 look," said MrH.
II. M. Llchleuberg, who losnltM at
1120 I'orly-flist St., South Seattle,
YViihIi., recently. Contlnulmr, nho
Fur years m d years I havo suffer
el wiih 1 MviH'iiui'SH and fin illy I
eamo ho badly run down I win on tho
vei go of a complete ik-i'voiis break
down. The least little excitement or
noise out of the ordlni r would up
set mo and It would lit hours before I
could co.uiiOHo myself, 1 could gut
but Utile sVep, tut il nig'lt after night
I would lie awake all null' long and
Just roll mill tos from om sldo of the
bed to the other, and would got up ill
morning feeling 11 groat I "ml worse
than when I went to bed, and Iu spite
of all I could do I just kept getting
weaker ami weaker. I was nlso
troubled a great deal with my stom
ach. I had u very poor appetite, and
when I did manage to force down 11
little something it would sour and I
would bloat terrible from gas, and
would have such Intense palus In my
stomach after each meal I could hard
ly stand them. I lost ho much In
weight, was so badly run down, I
Just had to drag around, nnd It was
wllli the greatest dlltlculty I man
aged to do my housework.
"I had rend a great deal about Tun
lac helping others anil decided to try
It, too, and I noticed an Improvement
In my condition almost us soon as I
began taking it. At this time I took
n trip east, and as Tanlae had not
been' put on sale at that timo where
I was visiting, I had tho druggist
order me some from tho manufac
turers, as I did not want to miss vti
slnrle dose for fear of losing tho
benefits I hail nlrcnjlv rerolved from
It Well, ( continued taking It nnd
kept getting better all the timo, until
now I have a lino apnetlto nnd ran
eat nnvthlni: I want without suffering
any bad nftor nffects. I am never
troubled with pains or gn and tho
Improvement In mv nervous condition .
Is simply wonderful. I havo gained
mv strength so that mv housework Is
simply n pleasure to inn. To seo mo
now 'no 0110 would think that only 11
fi'w months ngo I wns almost n cum
ulate nervous and phvslcal wreck. 1
think Tanlan Is a remarkablo medi
cine and I tell everybody I get a
rhnnrn about It "
Tanlae is sold In Klamath Falls by
Hie Star Drug Co. and Iu Lnrnllit by
the .1 nines Merc. Co. adv.
In thn Countv Court of tho State of
Oregon for Klamath County,
in the matter of the ICstato of Andy
To thn Unknown Heirs of Andy
X'.... ...l l. .. ...... ...... 1...W..1...
out about 1,700 a day at present to' ,, " ' '" . .r. " ,' ' , Z
thoso who present pelts from noxious M,,vo entitled Court on March 6,
nnlmnls at this season. Tho bounty Is1 1920, nt Hie hour of 2:30 o'clock,
paid from the rovenuo from hunters! ! " '"'' ,1", n"'1 tl,,,,ro '" B,,l'w
u. .,... ,.f ...i.i-i. ,,r nin i cause. If itnv you luivo, whv an ordor
licenses of which J95.00O wero Is-(,,mlll(, nol bn , nlltlor,ng Wnl-
tor 10. Perkins, administrator of said
ostato, to sell nt prlvato salo, to tho
highest bidder for cash In hand, tho
following roal property belonging to
said estnte, to-wit; Lot Flvo (5) of
Hlork Seventeen (17) of North
I'lamath Falls Addition in the City of
Kl'imith Kails, Oregon.
Witness tho Honorablo It. H. Bun
nell, .ludKo of tho abovo entitled
Court, with thn seal thereof ulllxod
this .laniiary 21st, 1920.
C. it DE LAI', Clork.
(Seal.) By Garrett K. Van Riper,
j Come to Us 1
X8 -2---' j?y
W. O. SMITH PRINTING CO.
Phone Id 111) H. Fourth St,
HELENA, Mont., Fob. 2. -At
At lonst fifteen surveying crown
will take tho field In Montana for
tho Unitod States genornl land ot
ftco, running lines for homostcadors
nnd making stato boundaries.
Thn stato has somo surveying crows
now in tho field and morn will go out
eaily Iu tho spring. Tholr work, how
ovor, Is gonornlly confined to run
ning lines for roads.
"The Girl Alaska"
Ono hundred anil fifty womon stu
dents at tho University of Wisconsin
aro specializing in physical education
In Turkoy, Syria, and Armenia tho
women wear garmonts of celestial
bluo as an cmblom of mourning.
Tho first and only photoplay
ovor mndu on Alaskan soil
A Mnstorpleco of Photography
Wonderful Scenic Effects
Real Alaskan Dance Hall
' Thrilling Fights
Spectacular Gold Rush
And an Interest-holding story of lovo nnd
ml vent nro Iu the groat Gold Country.
AT THE LIBERTY TUESDAY.