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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1920)
Mv lEuimftm Mtfralft
Fourteenth Year No. 3921
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920
Price Five CenU
j KLAMATH VMI
The fommunlty IUIIfmn aor
ta; flxure ho Ibsl lhr r com-
fr renten hiiu- in
- . a f--..!...-.. r I'eilf'il
KUm.lh I-.IU. .Wfl'Vlr '-;d.. iu.l,...,.,.Mn
MMh. t ! '1IH"' on.o.M.li ,,,,, rammMrm
tef ileil by " ,"t," "'
,ttM wm I" Indlcala ! '
a city of hum owner. '"I ber
4irliln our.elte "'
Hlll lake IrtlU UM Ihe Un
iml' ol f.mlll living In ImUinr
kMM1 ,ue atlil temporary ltUC
,rr 'h tenl
() Ol Ihe quettlnn aaaist b) Ihe
tHf worker "A' )" l'i"
tl4 in iKtilM ' "B ''" '
,Slolf families daflhltrl) indicted
lUl lhl wuUtd buy liHw H hr
t, oUld be eUfed The t)pr Cil
koai wanted tHfer4 widely ."!
.... (i.un ll loo In
. i)iimlr lndliale.1 thai
lit I r Hi'ii la par '& hl'e
etatrs uhl term Thla numb"
oU undoubtedly hate I-hI grtl)
1iUtJ b'I Ihe aurtny wnrkar
tn We lo inlrtte- imi ll
tl la Ihe downturn hole) and llg
Ul dLlrlcU ll "
U.I thai) afe many Ulan t-oraini mj
KUm.it. fallt -h. ha., not br.mghi
lailr famlllM b.r. b-cau- of the),
Utlr fatnlllea h lxu- of their
Utbllltr ll'l Ullahte thing r
Tha fact that their
ar lamina -M.."- .- --.-
kA l.lll a.a.Bla.a.B It! a.alltai
kos. of their oan l
. . .!..!
Ma -' ll i"'i
?S,U ,7 ,",.,T-i iK..' .h.'l'l"- troughl do.n hT Herman
1UI wl4 .M..H lndlr.1- that .b-
4...4f.rk.a..l...orHrmte.l. r prpflor
Ul. o4 a. d.elllng. I. deplorable
A d.ulUd report of ih- number of
..aiurr and un.af. building. -Ill
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1 II L.MI- Ife. a-llh .a.1ll. nlllfatl '
11 ! .ia l,a. - ,i.a.t.. -ih-i
raanllt.. k... lai f.iuit.l llalflV lit
ptttr aUotutatr unfit for human
habtiairn One farallr of four "
tlKuitr4 liIM In one turner nf a
allixibiilabla barn aharlBC their at
3lano.alloBa ellh two htifwi and
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Tbe barn nnltanr ealet t
U. ,unr i. already l-lng drallb
IIK . ..'. ,. , ,
wiin nr cur nealln otlicial I tr l
HoIe hat unearthed clt urdlnanri
ruinng all barn In Ihi kept In i
Vran and'aanilar) condition and oti
.MtlOftaM plarrt bate ben illtro-
rd In the tery heart of Ihn cliy
)t choltn breeding place fur lite
and dlai-aen germ. wa. located In the
Mrlnltynl Oak and hlilh alrmta Tin ,
ttk )rd of thl dwelling wa C1V
red with aeteral Incite, of alagnanl
-..I.. ..11... I i. .L ...
--., imiiuiPII 11 llin tltnilliw IIUMI
an opro toilet and Ill-kept barn
The qur.llun of garbage, dl.po.a
-.. ,.r ,nn nea.m anil mi.
lion cominlttre It I. wn knnxn
b ihn preaenl tyitem of handling
t OOMl KrAM. HO 0tHCaV
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VNKM. H tHCXOHH rAOWtN
Mi. . too
. m. ,.,, i. receding carnlul ",, for ,,, ,Pt.m of chapter ot-
HIM' rllAIIUI.H Hl'.l.f.
Illll I II.IihAIH IMMCIV4
UAItlllMirofi May II
Hear Admiral Will fallurmu
fill liatfilnta rharife lhat Ihn
ha)' ilpaHmel ilnla). pro
lunged llm war fiiuf (iionllu Ull
limna-aril; waa prarllrallv llm
unlr rlurge of UtifavfifaliU re-
title ffii'rt many 'fii aim of
I tmiUaloti and roiiimWaliin" lilt
office) hi frlbed III lh do.
partrnenl Itncfntarr Daniel to-
The rhargn waa fully refuted,
tin added, by Ihn admiral' own
Iluta-r Hhlillrr h. Ial
""' uauri, iciinr n.i cntri
a. ... .. .a-.u..
eie'iricai tuepir v ai i;. njuui
Hum. itrwi tn4ar annuan m lln
Id ul iliv Iihiihpm to I'bartrt (tar
crliin V!f Hbldler ki -fi a be ran
airaftfn !; tiutll.nat alfalri hern.
Ill latn llh hi. "tin for IIMIt-h
t'olumbla irt he will lake a -il'
tliin with the rnrt-orallon ronl rolled
It) A J ile a larce I ltnl r
' ' h- ''' "' - Ul" ,
l.lnuunant Harold He. wh
"'"""r In the plane pllot-d b Mr
nni.iur uurmg tbn r
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piir w mm aiiiru inu uirmrnni
aa .a a -a it I-
.' -ltflr.l .upplr and batter,
""- ","'n ' '- -"";
rUn -ho h" ,n """' ''"' ,0"1
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.wiiivil inoin io inf vuuiir nn iu
' a . a a., .ni.1 i(.nal annt aw I 1 1 I
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addition lo that eit.tlng tard
whlrh alnrn It atari tome
fla or li inonlh ago ha handled
M rim of Ihe large! rleclriral Join
dune in Ihe ountr
RED CROSS ANNUAL
MLk I INi: I kMIAT
int,.-a atv w-w.
The Klamath counlr Ited I'rvu
Chapter will lion H annual turning wnen ine iai niniirviiuu -j. uwur would b Inundated mould tne pow
'neit Turda afternoon Ma l. at and the inlrumenta awllcbed on rr companr connruct lho Link Hlvcr
't clock in the tinw chamhrr of thn new duplet atrm ,am and ral the lerel of the I'pper
cuHioicifo noia. Iwrk l the Klrat , Inttallathin of the )tem .lartedjVe ThU acreage, the council
Htaln . Hating lnk n ntihmom than a month ago but part f i cIaIiiu. I highly pnxluctlte of hay
atrial Mrttllera III all paMa of the
Count) are rtfnfted tit Iki In atlend
ante lo bear rrKilta of thn work aC
roiiiplubnil in Klamath count) dur
ing the pa year
A new eircillltp Coinmllten la In
be rhnarlt at thn mellng to conduct
Ibn urganliatmn for Ihn coming
irm Mi'w -e.- , -- -
..a That rillavat III I II H riiailiri &tf
u ,,, ,.,r,.lUu, boaid
city garbage I neither adequate or
aall.laclor) Krrn In the Ik.1 real
drnro dl.ltlcla garbage and other
houaebold debrla la fround In un
sightly and unsanitary heaps In tbn
atreela and vacant lola. ll I. Imped
thai Individual cttUens M hftti
rnntigh civic pride during the clean
up and palnl-up campaign to removo
thnaii obno.loua dilinps but nli)llHliK
iloiirt by Individual enlerprl.o la
merely one step lii tlm right direc
tion TliO problem of Karltugii dis
posal l ns much n cliy problem ns
light, vtator and sowiir und should
bo solved by city officials
Thn propor Inspection of milk,
meat nml oilier perlslinbln food stuffs
I another problem that noods ntton
lion. Hurvoy workvra found butch
ers and food mercluinla both wMIIhk
and anxious for aoino kind of ndo
quale Inspection. Ono of tho loading
meat dealer uggostml a municipal
alauRlilctrhoiihO at which all hutchora
could lirlnK tholr mvat to bo slaugh
tered. Tho medical profession la
quite familiar with tho number of
death among bable because of Im
pure milk supply. Milk I being dis
tributed throughout thn city from
many uncertain source. Kvory milk
consumer should have soniti assur
ance that thoy am buying milk from
healthy cow and handled under
clean and sanitary condition.
GOV'T LIKELY TO
J II ( amalnti rommamlnr of llm
local Innt of Ihn Amrrlran kglon, la
In f"rljil l a IrUrr from Oinnnw;
man N J Hlnnntl, In which Mr Hln.
noil irdlra ibat thn t.lnk Itlvnr
dam "III l" Imlll lr Ihn notnrnmnnt
At a mri-tlnc of thn llaatnrM
ln aaixiatluri hrr two or thrw
tll'inllia K'l Ihli olullon kit aUK-
kpIpi li Mr I'arnahan aa an ltr
HI" In Ihe ruriHrurtliin of llm dam
li the (ati(rnla-Orpcon I'ownr
tiini.4ti) and upi-irlrd In the form
..f a moMi.n hr Oeoren J Walton. I'-j,.Mly after barricading lilmiwlf In an
rat inartarer of llm toef rotnl-anjr aartm-nl and flichllnic a fltcbed
llm lluiiir Mnti'i atnrl(lon ar- battln with out 100 poHf-tnfD
Hincli iw-il a rriolutlon aaklnx
I... cutrrtiHii-nl lo build the dam'MMIKANi: IIAMtlT IIOIH
atd iiiako the alnraxn lit thn t'Wnr i It.X l'ltl STA'MUX; KM'AI'IM
Ijikr a viurrv of Ul"'lr of Irrlrallon i
vainr nmnir in Winer worm no
.. . .. '
-uirr io i uei lor pownr or
.Let t-tirii..... until wkler bad ben
rotlded for all Ihn land OrlKlnallr .
included in the Klamath project.
oMn stw.oon arret
I per.onalli lnterilend Dirrrtiir
IU.U (head ot Ihe V H reclamation
.eMlrn in regard lo thexo,rnment
building the dim' u)i Mr Hlnnott.
' "IJ bm ' Ihoughi thl wa. inn ,
! "' " -h"'" ine.tion and
and lold him I thought thl w. the,
inai me gtnernmeni anouiu no ii
' Mr lal replied that there were'
no fundi on hand but t bellnre there
,n .. . .H.I.I.. .... i.i ..
in i .nawi-- tM.tw- - .
-- ....t.lII.. i. . . .t aaflK lll nh.
rralor. under the oil land, lea.lng
w . ..
Mr Hlnnot, add. that a. .... a.,
thn accounting I. had he will en
Hncretarr l'a,ne of ihn Interior de
partment, memlier. of tbn Oregon
"nf" Ml 'leUgatlon and other. (
ami tr, io gel raynn . retommrnu
W. U. DOUBLED
.. . ,- .......'
,ho XofX "mt" ' f0nrcrnpa- JPI f
oo kt cent jrterdar afternoon I
....... ... a .H..i.t
th apparatus wa. broken en route
and delated matter until It wa re-pUn-tl
Tho .y.tem In Alteration eiactly
double, the amount of business thai
can bo handled over one wire, .no, to Inundate this acreage unless
both sending and receiving operator ,, Indians entered Into the desired
wtirk at the same time Formerly, lease
In ru.h periods, transmission of si an
message might wait seteral minutes .Till I flTI I IIT II II ll
whlln an Incoming telegram wa l"-' I 1 1 1 1 H I H Mr Mil I
lug transcribed, or vice cra, n
outgoing message ilela)cu inn senu
Ing of a telegram from another sta
tion Now, messages go and come
at the same time over the wire, and
tbn office will bundle twice t,hu for
mer amount of business In any given
period. tiraldP doubling the rapidity
of service to the public.
Klamath Falls Is recognised by
the Western Vnlon ns the leading
station of the state, outsldo of Port
laud, anil Its business hero Is grow
ing by leap nnd bounds With tho
present H)stem. however, two oper
ator will be nblo to handle tho ser
vice for some time to come, but
plan are already laid for another
Increase In equipment when develop
ment make It necessary
FOR 22ND OF MAY
C. F. Stone, attorney, returned
laat night from a trip to Salem and
Portland. When ho loft Mr. Stone
expected to take part In the argu
ment of the courthouse cane, set for
today, beforo Judge Hamilton at
lloaeburg. but owing to varloua de
lay argument wa poatponod to Sat
urday, May 93.
While In Portland he attended a
tat fish and game conunlMlon
meeting, The bailatu wa purely
! TWO OFFICERS
, CIIOCAW), Mar 1 1 Onn ot tb-i
moal ilarlnr. Iralo robbrli-a la Ihn
middle ni In rwenl 7ar
thla rnornlnc In thn death of a lone
bandit who laat nlKht-lootfd Ibn Illln
ola Crattral and New Orleam Limited
and thn rncoerr of rurrencr all
mated at a total of narlr 1100,000
Two JMillcemnn were thot lr lh
bandit and Ixjlli are dead
Thn baudlt who Identified aa
1 1 or am Vkltn. of HI Joph. Mia
Murl. fell with four bullet In hi
HrtlKANl: Mar 11
,nd railroad it--lal ar-nl. todar are
annklnc lo learn the 'fontltr of the
n.l.tr. hn ali.lM t HI ftflft In e..r.
rPOcy fom the cathler' caico In thntP,,or- A'1 " will unite In
Ureal Northern rxpre. atatlon here,l,lr """l
, ,,CUt .,, , XUa whrn a tcora 0f I Mondar l cla dar and a ela
'raitw.y aj ripr-.. nmplore.- wnrn,,,ar P'OKfm will b siren at the hlch
aUiut the atatlon and made their !h'0, The exercUea are open to the
ntTMlf jpubllc. The Junlor-v;nlor picnic with
TbB robber atruck down and badlr
Tb robber, .truck do-n and badlr a "Al ",on prv w
,,ufp4 A vt.r.0n. tbn eipreuj"1 m the r"1 0( ,ho 'rnxn-
No action will b takrn on the
v,lHtr4 ,,nc af 100.000 acre of
. . . north,rn
ahore of I'ppnr Ijke and Agency
IjVn to the California-Oregon I'ower
company, until the Indian llureau
haa fully Intratlgair!. according to
word recoltrd from Waahlngton.
ThU U the attltudo taken by Com
Thn leate I opptued by the In
dian, of the rcrenratlon through
their tribal council on thn ground
tnal it would deprire tnem or ram-
able har and forag- land Twcntr
thou.and acre. It I ratlmated,
Clayton Kirk, secretary of the
council, made public itatement re
cently to thn effect that the power
company representative had threat-
I JJ JI UULI
Ilellevlng that the entire county Is
Interested In the project Initiated at
Tuesda) night's meeting of the llus
Iness Men' aosiH-latlon for a mam
moth Fourth of July celebration In
Klamath Falls, the association Is In
viting ull residents of tho county to
gather at a mass meeting at the city
hall at S o'clock this evening where
plans for furthering the proposition
will bo dlscussod.
Committees must bo selected nnd
finances provided and much work
must bo done within tho next six
weeks If the city Is to have the sort
of celebration that Its slxo nnd Im
portance merits. There I not, In
the opinion ot the sponsors, any time
to waste and all person who have
Idea on tho subject are earnestly
requested to come out thl evening
and oxpres them.
TIMUKH MAN' W1I.I. InOCATK
MX1.Ii OX THK UKHKHVATIOV
J, II. Tucker, a well known timber
rulier throughout the northwest, U
at the White Pelican hotel. Mr.
Tucker haa Juat taken over a large
tract ot timber on the Klamath res
ervation and expect to put In a
largo mill for It manufacture in tho
HOLDS UP LEAS
A.n i it MrriiiMJ
IWT IX TWO, AHSKItTM
NKW yOKK. Mar H Knc
land U readr to iU American
rnnrehanta mnn'a clothlnic In all
wool that can t retailed at a
0 v-r cont profit at IIS and
40 for ah ault. according lo
cm Hhannon, mmr of a !on
don manufacturing firm
"Wit can prixlnco the aulla.
tranaport thnm to Ihn ITnlli'd
naia;. .... , .
" Htalea, par dutr and then mII
them at retail for 132 each,"
Shannon airted. "Ther ar
Ibn amn 'lualllf ault that are
now aniiint: hire for KS "
fomtnenc-rncnl week In thn local
hlKh ichool will bf uabered In Hun-
'"' nlK,lt u,r ''lrlc,! t the I'rebr-
hlch thn bacca-
lurcat ermon will bn detlveretl br
h """ S- J- Chan-f. Mctbodlat
a DOM t-xcuruon oi me upper wt
Other feature of commencement
week will follow. Including a dramat-j
Ic performance at the op-tra hnu'
and the graduation ezerclaea, at
which Proteaaor P. L. Campbell.!
president of the Oregon unlrerltr.
will delirer the addreai.
The fall program for the week will
be announced by Principal Well In
MfMCAl. TIIKAT KOH
HALTtKI) HKART CUXHH
The Junior member ot the music
class of the Sacred Heart academy
enjoyed a treat, rsuilcal and other
wise, this afternoon Selections from
affording much pleasure for the little
afforlng much pleasure for the little
ones also gave some idea of their
progress during the past ichool
Those who participated In the aft-,
ernoon's performance were: Francis!
Ilennet. Mart ell) n Ilradford, Harriet
Hunter. Lorraine Larenlk. Allsa Mas-
sey. Margaret Hall, Mona llradr. Lu
cille Calhoun, Catherine Coll well,'
Marietta Sherman, Marjorle Tlghe.l
P.dna Vaughn, William Hayden and
Negotiations are being made by
the Klamath county Johnson cam
paign committee to secure another
speaker ot the caliber of Raymond
lloblns. whose successful meeting
last week launched the Johnson cam
paign for Klamath county, to ad
dress the voter of the county in be
half ot the California senator' can
didacy hero early next week.
It Is desired to get a California
man If polble. and Gordon Mifflin,
county chairman, stated today that
prospect appeared good. It Is tho
desire ot tho committee to secure a
California speaker who Is fully fa
miliar with tho political career of
Johnson in his own state. In order
that the people ot thU county may
bo convincingly told of the thing
that were accomplished thoro under
the Johnson administration as gov
ernor, Tho local chairman believe that
all cltlxens of Klamath county, and
farmers especially, aro vitally Inter
ested In Japanese exclusion. John
son's successful fight In California
against land-owning by Japaneto, In
the faca ot apathy and opposition
from ss unfriendly administration,
should win him the support ot every
voter in Klamath county It the his
tory ot hi fight Is properly present
ed, said Mr, Mifflin today, and If a
speaker ot the proper type can bo ob
tained, the committee will do their
utmost to bring hint to Klamath
Falls beforo tip campaign cloaoo.
j Gasoline shortage, noticeable for
sernral days, reacned an acuto stag
I late yesterday and thla morning aaal
as far aa can b ascertained no relief
I In sight.
A limit of two gallons for pleass.ro
car was placed on gasoline Mveral
daya ago by local distributor. Too
terdiy at least two service station,
the Standard Oil at thn corner of
Klamath and Sixth streets, and Char
ier Johnson's place, went dry entirely
and others hare rnry scant supply.
The Standard Oil cempany'a local
office this morning stated that it
might bo six or eight day before .
new supply could bo obtained. So
great Is tho scarcity that the Stan
dard Olt company la buying gasoline
wherever It can find It and for any
price It can boy for, said J. K. Mor
tell, local manager, today. Much ot
thl gasoline I In tho east and mlddlo
west and It is Impossible to predict
how soon It can be moved to tho
coast and how far It will go in sup
plying distributors when It gets hero.
Kffort baa been made, said Mr.
Mortell, In handling the local distri
bution to reserve a supply for essen
tial Industries, such as truck ansl
Total famine at thl tlme'wltl mona
a serious hampering ot the loggia
and lso.br industry- It i aatfoo
stood that several mills, which lost
direct from tho wood with trucks,
are on the verge of a thotdown.
The Union Oil eoainony It I M
better position than its competitor no
regard supply. If anything tko)
Union I woroe ott than the Standard.
Charles Colvla. local manager.
stated thl morning that be had not
been billed for any car en route ansl
the local supply is virtually exhaust
ed, He said be hoped tor a supply
to arrive about the mlddl of next
week, but had no definite assurance.
Alfred Turpen. well known locally
a n Jitney, truck and transfer driv
er for various concerns, b In Jail
charged with forging the endorse
ment on a check for t?5, signed with
the name ot Hen C rasper and made
payable to J T. Hurder. The check
wjs endorsed by Turpen with the
latter signature and passed on tho
Spot Cash Uasket grocery. Klamath
nvenue. allege officers, In payment
for groceries. The complaint against
Turpen Is made by A. O. UunUp, one
af the owners of the grocery.
Next day the grocery proprietors
allege Turpen cashed another false
check for $10 nt their place.
When arrested by the police It Is
alleged that Turpen denied his Iden
tity and stoutly asserted that he act
ually was J. T. Hurder. When taken
to hU home It Is said that he main
tained the position, refusing to rec
ognize his wife, who also claimed
that ho was a stranger to her.
Search ot the house rovealed
some ot tho articles secured from
the grocery and officers alege that
Anally Turpen made complete con
fesslou. lien Cnuper, whose signature ap
pear! on tho check, Is said to be the
stepfather of Mr. Turpen.
Arrangements for a hearing are
HOOVF.lt DKC'liAltrX l.V FA VOH
ov "opkx .shop" roiiiqr
WASHINGTON. May It. "Tha
principle of Individual freedom re
quires tho 'open shop'," Herbert
Hoover, former food administrator
and candidate for the Republican
presidential nomination, U declared
to hare testified today before tho
senate Investigating committee dar
ing hearing on the proposed legis
lation for the settlement of I nd !.
trial unrest, t
wkathhk tummr i
OREOON Tonight, fair, ooMor
oast; Saturday fair, hoary; frooU la
east In early morali. ,