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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
A FITTING TRIBUTE
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GEORGE D. GRIZZLE, Prop.
CIWO VCIO. May 22 -Tho ronton-
lie of tlio Uermulirmis In Chicago, :
Jutio C, to nominate, n candld.ito fer
'president recalls nftcfh nt th's tltno t
tlio llopulillcait contention opening i
jiioro CO )oara n?o which nominated
i Alirntuuii l.lii-nln Thl wim tlm see.
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anil national Republican convention
ntul the first of the ninny which Imvoi
i since been helil In Chicago, j s
' Tlio convention ussonibleil on May I
U, 1S60, nnil l.'ncoln wus ncinlnntoil
Ion May 19. tho thlnl ami last dny.lt
t Aftor lili election feeling aroused by
, tlio slavery Issue ran quickly Into i
Now is Your Chance to
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tho police station, after tho Judgo
-Doing had Informed tlio girl's brother that
rlflrl vfnlntmt n Inur ttv n
him failed to nbato tho lovo of Jesus, tempting to olopo with twentv-yosr-
AUSTIN, Texas, May 22.-
lod ten miles with his hands behind! Jesus
Ortci for his cousin Louisa Ortoz.
"Louisa and I gonna bo wlfo
oon, anyhow," Ortcz told officers at
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InMmtinc the oil I'ulntliiK of tho "rait
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cago lllstorlcnl society. K. K. Wood. $
field secretary of tho society, has't
Just prepared what ho regards as'
tho moil complete nccount of tho
, ovonts of the convention of 60 oars
ago. In tills ho call attention to 1 1
Addison 0. Proctor, of Ann Arbor.
Mich , who, Mr. Wood believes. Is tho
only surviving dolegato of tho con-ij
Chicago In 1S60 was n promising t
city of 110,000 not quite 25 years t
o!d.N It had wen tho vonccntlon liyft
tho offer to build the largest assent-'
bly halt In the country and fill It at
ovcry session. Accordingly tho "Wig-
warn" aroso at tho southwest corner I &
of Lnko and Matkct streets, occupy
ing a spaco 100 by ISO feet. It wns
a temporary wooden structuro cost
ing a littlo over tho estimated 15,000.
Tl;u balunca was mado up by charg
ing 25 cents admission on Its formal
opening tho Saturday boforo tho c:n
Kow 'Republican conventions, If.t
any, hnvo been so charged with ox-
cltement or had so spectacular an I
ending. Lincoln's prospects appeared
small enough before tho convention!
opened. The favorite was William
H. Seward, senator from Now York.
Ho had a great asset In the ability
of Thurlow Weed, who prosecuted
his campaign among the delegates.
He suffered a handicap In the de
termined opposition of Horace Gree
ley, the famous New York editor.
who had no candldato of his own
but refused to have Seward. Doth
Greeley and Weed were early on tho
ground and according to Mr. Wood's
review, the centers of interest. He
notes, however, that other, and non
polltlcal attractions, were numerous,
among them being Zouaves, circus
band, minstrels, and such well-known
theatrical pieces of tho day as "Lu
cretin Borgia" and "Tho
The slavery Issue camo up quickly
on tho first day of tho convention,
when David Wllmot ct Pennsylvania
on taking tho chair as temporary
chairman mado a 10-mlnuto anti
slavery speech. "No extension of
slavery" be camo an essential part of
tho platform next day.
In view of tho many days now
spent In hearing dolegato contests,
this convention of 60 years ago of
fered something novel. Thoro woru
no contested delegates. Thcro wore,
however, somo "contesting" states.
Whether to admit Maryland, Vir
ginia, Kentucky and Texas was a
question that occupied most of tho
first day and was still undecided
when adjournment camo for tho day.
Tho next day tho convention do
elded to admit the "border states."
Tho platform committee then brought
In its report. It was amended to
Includo a reasscrtlon of tho "self evi
dent truths" of tho constitution. At
adjournment littlo remained boyond
choosing tho candldato, and Mr
Wood characterizes that night as a
tumultuous one filled with band' mu
sic and processions until almost day.
Enthusiasm for Soward, well worked
up In his behalf, was at high tlilo. '
Greoloy telegraphed his paper that' &
Byword's nomination appeared cor-'JT
tain. Incidentally, remarks Mr. t
Wood, this convention was tho first iV
The Central Hotel
will rent a limited number of roonid to permanent guests. Tljese
rooms are furnished with the best beds that money can buy. They
are clean, tidy and well ventilated, and will be kept so.
There wijl be hot and cold water, tub and shower baths.
Restaurant and barber shop will be in the building and everything
will be done to make it comfortable, convenient and homey.
The Hotel is now open for business. The restaurant and
barber shop will be ready early in June.
The purpose back of this hotel is to furnish to the workinginnn
of Klamath Falls a place where he can live decently and cleanly
and at a price that will be within his reach. The owners of thto
hotel feel that they have done this.
J. J. KELLER, Manager
and 180 for Beward, with 233 neces- told on what authority tho statu nuil- r o
ary for the nomination. Instantly , Itor supervised his expense accounts, I I WEATHER RECORD I
Cartter was on his feet to unnouncu' Donnhey answercd: "Judge, when
tho transfer of four Ohio votes from ' a man cnts $5 to worth In nnn day
Chaso to Lincoln. I to keep body and soul together, as
Tho convention quickly liroko Into auditor of thu state I do not consult
cone of enthusiasm with few par-! tho law, as guardian of tho tnxpa
.minis in inn lonff i m nr .tnpriemi ors munoy. i cumuli mr cumci-
Hidden i polt,cn convontoni. Further votes' enco."
1 wcro chang'od to bring Lincoln's total' Judgo Vlckory wroto that hi In-
to 354. The nomination
MEALS FOR JUDGES
COLUMnUS, O., Mny 22. Kx
ponso accounts of public olllclnts
havo como under discussion In Ohio
with tho refusal of tho stato nudltot'
to pass an oxpenso account turned In
by soveral Judges. When tho audi
tor hold that 15.40 was too much for
even a Judge to pay for a day's meals
out of tho state's money, ono of the
Jurists wroto vigorously In protest.
Judgo Willis Vlckory and Judgo T.
S. Dunlap, both of tho appcllnta
court at Cleveland, and stnto audi
tor A. V? Donahey aro tho officials
Replying to vDonnhoy's ruling,
Judgo Vlckcry requested that ho bo
was then tended to live at n first clasi hctel
"and I propose," ho milled, "to 'iino
tlio money nermsary therefor, nnd If
tho state won't pay It, I'll olthor got May
without tho money or know tho tea- May
son why tlio stntu won't pav It", May
Donahey replied: "You'll go will.-j May
out tho money all right. Judcc, uu-JMny
llvrenftor thu llorala will publish
the uicun and 'maximum tempora
tures and precipitation record as tak
en by thu U. H iteclamallon service
dntlon Publication will cover tho
day previous to the paper's Issuo, up
to 5 o'clock of that dsy.
less tho supreme court order mu to
Tho stnto auditor hold that regard
less of thu high cost of living $.1 Is
sufficient to covor both ledgltu: and
in en Is for any public officl il.
In Kngland Is It again becoming
tho fashion for society people- to go May 14 70
Into business. Lord Cnrnwuth,
commercial traveler. A son of tho 'May
Duko of Montroio hns polncd n ship-1 May
building firm In Olusgow, whllo aiMay
son of tho Marquis of Allsa runs an May
automobile repair shop In London, May
ii i ii .1 n il tt &
maae in luamatn rails Product
nt which tho tulegrnpli wns employed.
IT... lK.nl 1-,.. .!. ft
niuw i.iiitum vuiuu uiiu mu nom
ination la now for many u familiar
story. Seward led on tho first ballot
173 Vs with Lincoln next best at 102,
and 233 necessary for cholco. A few
moro votes camo to Howard en the
second ballot, bringing his total to
1S4i whllo Lincoln Jumped to coso
quarters with 181, Tho taking of
tho third ballot showing Lincoln go
ing strongly to the front.
As the figures were being com
piled, P. K. Cartter of Cleveland, O.,
ccunimK mem up tor nimsou, rouna
that Lincoln needed only a few votes
to win. Tbe tabulation in fact at
that moment was 231 for Lincoln
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