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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1920)
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF
Fourtccnlh Ycnr No. 3033
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1920
Price Fire Cento
PTI B Mil III KliAMATH COUHTV I
' if HJ '- ' r
' ' I -I Hi --SSBaSenh
(lrumiliop)irii liiivii made nn ap
inmratioi on tho Upper Mltrnli at tlin
inoulli of thn Williamson rlvnr '"'
great number, -aid County AK'int
Thnma today, and unless tlmy are
controlled within thn next wook orl
10 day tlio H-crlcult ttrnl agent esti
mate thy will do damagn of be
iwnun $20,000 and (30,000 to thn
yhay and grass crop. I
, Mr. Thomas and Ooorge Officii! tf
Merrill, hn linn pasturage In (hi
vicinity, visited the marsh yesterday I
und found thn "hoppers" hatchli.c
A meeting haa been called for n't '
Monday at tho officii of Superintend-.
nt Wct at tht Klamath Agency 10
dovlan waya and means of control, '
ltlenieii of tho vicinity, as far aa
eon, have promised their aid Mr
Tl.n.... .. --rv nn- Inlnrr.tml to
attend tho meeting. Mr West hai
been appealed lo secure tho co-op,r- )''"" "''l '" ,'1" ecnm fncl" ofjTumran of all wara and all otheraland tho representation from It or
ation of the Indian bureau. A thou- J" k '"' J"1'1 b" lMn nalUutlon. II wishing to purtlclpatn, will form In ganltatlon will be large from varloua
aand dollara spent now In spreading ' ""'lly tho first, aa that of last year ' , f ,ho r0Urtll0Ulto mateh t0 I0ctlons of the atate.
poison for thn pe.t will save 20 orl wa" ' ' '' a purely per- ,h MAkv on Unk rlrr whpro lho' ),.pUty potentate for Hlllah have
30 time that aum In crops, aa) a Mr.
grasshoppers around Tulo Lake I
.hh...I..m 1nv .. klMrttflllhllttt1
lIIS)UNiin). "Ml .-., .M..M,w..
waa alarted early this wci'k In thW
wa. aiaru-H r, .... - ,
aecllon and la making fair progress,!
although not all ranchers reallxo tho'
need of rapid action to kill tho pesta
while they uro still confined to their
Morn ar-Milc mid other materials
for tho poison mixture wero ordered
by lelegruph and shouf.l arrive today
BIG LAND DEAL IN
I(aa . mmi A i taVIrt
UIVIA I ILI-A i-uun I I ,
I'CNIII.KTON, May 25. What I
raid to bo thu largest land transaction
In Umatilla county waa consummated
today, when Cunningham's Hlieep ft
I.and company old to Fred W. Fal
coner of Knlorprlsu, Oregon, at a
price of "over I&00.000, their cntlro
land and livestock holding.
Tho deal a announced by J. M.
Kcone, vlcn precldent of the com
pany, Include 25,000 acres and
14,000 head of sheep,
The late J. N. llurges waa brud of
MOVIK ACrOlt WIMi TAKK
JOli ON CX.M)ITIO.S
I.OS ANGKI.K8, May 28. When
"Hill" Hart, motion picture actor,
waa Informed ho had been made tho
Democratic nomlnoo for shorlff of
Hood Hlvor county, Orogon, by a
"wrlto-ln" movomont, ho aald ha
.would gladly accept, providing ho be
'allowed (o reside In lo Angeles and
visit Hood Hlvor periodically.
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inn in uk is o iiiuiu hiti iiiua , Hcriiiru iniiiur-i iu iiutui iiuiunn n iiui in.iuuiui uxuiku iiiuuii ui
than It v. as last year In thla vicinity, i """ " ""' ,"' l, . ', I hav lost their live In defonao of tho j Grant I'ass. fcr Josephine; n. D.
Jmaaya. , fortunate enough lo Im, pre.,.,, The .,, , folurn ,. tqoviillam. of lloseburg. for Douglaa;
Today Mr. Thomas went lo Malln 1,ruKrnm ,.r. , '" ""r " ;' "I"""01" courthouse aquaro where tho patrl- Worth Harvey, of Cottage Grove, for
' . . . . .. limn und will bn worth) of tho arge , , .. .,, . . . ... ., ,
to ann how thu warfare against tho . ,, . , . , ,. " o'.lc exercises In thn grovo will take l-tno; Jackson K Kimball, of Klam-
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I 0 NTvTVf ABOf h
PSMNrtNOR Ot fAi-UCX-mJl
Ihoovs I ) I
fuaccaiftCl J H
LIMIT l'I..Mi:i) tMjVOU
PIIVHII IWM I'KI.HCItllli:
WASHINGTON, May 28 In
mi "Hurt In dofiml Hid "IihIIm
crliiiVmto milii" t liquor on
physician' prescription, Com
lillnnlotiur William of tlio bu
rcnu of Internal rovonua today
Issued ll rUlllIK lllllltlllK tlio
number of permit allowed each
physician lo 100 for throa
monltiH, except wlmro "good
causo" ' appear for xc))c,n-
Thn closing exorcise of thn
Academy of thn Hacrnd Heart will he
.""'" ,," wing in tun i.snquet
ro" " " ''" '""Can Hotel.'
mil inir 10 DO n noiaillo One
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offitred at that time was ono that I
One of the outstanding featured of
the affair will be thn addres by Itev l "" "'"l" "'"' "", -J'-" ',- ""'" "" .."-" -
- , j nrn,jy nf skeUew recognlied l,llK"t c"anKr' '",l '" ln ,llu njaln.tlve to this approaching ceremonial
llant orator of tho state. Following
Is the pregram:
Overture, Huppo Opal Cardwcll and
"y llendemier'a Htroam," Ilrewor
I Moonlight Honata Op 27. No 2, llee-
I, vcn-Kllzabe.h lUm.by.
lim?l iiii'tir iiuiii-ii un iiwii uu
' Value In () Flat, Chopin Kathryn
"Thou Art I.lko Unto a Flower," Uu
benstoln Florence Klllott and
Song of tho I.ark, Tchaikovsky Clar
Hustling of Spring, Binding Flor
(a)Nocturno Op. 37, No. 2, Chopin;
(b) Bailor' Song Op. 55, No. S,
MacDowoll Klliabeth Itamsby.
"Ave Iteglna Coolorum," I'M Clar
ice Klllott, Ada Hall, Florence Kl
llott, llamona Hall, Hlanche Steph
ens, KlUaheth Hamshy,
'Huaslan Folk and Folk Loro," Ks
say" Uu Fay Slack,
lluthenlun Folk Song, Klvlra Andor
son. HuKslan Folk Seng: (a) "Snow
flake." (b) "Steep I.Utle Troas
uro" Violet Oalo, Dlanche Steph
ana. Ilarcarollo Op. 37, No. 6, Tchaikov
sky Florence Klllott.
Pollchlnello, nachmanlnoff Oeneva
Prelude In C Sharp Minor, Rachman
inoff Waive Wlthrow and Opal
nusala National flynin Clai. Flrat
violin, Wnltor Hannon; locond,
Anita Lawronco; third, nicbard
lloguo; piano, Ha Fay Slack.
Address Ror. T. J. Hrady, Lake
Graduation honor conforrcd on
Mies I la Fay Slack.
Cortiflcato for bookkoeplng, Ed
I'lltK AI-AHM TKST IIKTWKKK
a and 1'. SI. TOMOHHOW
Tho electrical apparatus that op
orntes tho flro alarm boll la out ot
ordor again and tho system will bo
tofltod out tomorrow aftoruoon bo
tweon 2 and 3 o'clock.
Flro Chlof Ambroao Usuea thla an
nouncomont In ordor that tho public
may not bo misted when tho boll
rings and think tba a flro Is In pro
gress. A test ot the system was made
aovoral wooks ago but dooa not seem
to bare located the trouble.
Mrs. Carrie Porthlu Bmlt. ot Am
atordam, baa bean elected to the
Dufcb asaate, th first woman to be
i PROGRAM FOR SHRINERS WILL
i! MEMORIAL DAY GATHER JUNE S
j JS PREPARED AT ASHLAND
l Cant O, C
Applogatn, grand mar
'l,lll,, announced today that tlio pro- unlay, June 5, that being thu ilato
4' Krnm for tho otucrvanro iif Decora- for tlio 'homocomlni-toromonlal" to
'tlon day will be dlrldcd no a not to,!)., staged In that city y Itlllah tom-
'interfere with church service on that
day and a on to allnilnato for thn Hhrlnn.
children, ladle of thn U'omun'a He- Formal announcomenta baro hcen
llcf tjorpt and eldorly pnopln the long mailed to all member and more than
march from the point of starling at SO Hhrlnera from Klamath Kails aro
tho courthouse to the cemetery. .planning to participate.
At a. m., Hunday, May 30, Oie A visit to Ashland at thla acaaon of
military division, consisting of the thn year, especially by automobile, la
American Legion, veterans of all' a delightful outing. Delightful seen
other vara, and liny flcouta, will bo cry Is to be found right on the
ready to march from tho city hall on threshold of the city and unsurpassed
Fifth street, thenco to Main afreet camping privilege- are provided for
and out to the cemetery, and after a the motorist,
tlmu spent there In appropriate cere-1 Krom Ashland tho parting of the
ninnies, will return to thu vlclaltr of
,h collrl,eu,e nt , disbanded.
Then at 2 30 p. m. n division eon-
sitting of the Women's Itollof corps,
'.. - ,.. ,hll.lr,.n' hrl-mln. liny firoilts .'
orpa will perform tho pre-
Following I the program of zcr-
else which may be subjected to
Heading Kov. H. T. Chaney.'
Invocation Hcv. K. I'. Lawrence
Oeu. Logan'a (. A II. order.
Heading of the Gettysburg addross
Mra. Hose Soulo Hrattaln.
Solo Miss Dorothy Klllott.
Orutlon Fred A. Hakcr, Kaq.
i Solo George A. Haydun.
Closing prayer Hov. C. F. Trimble
All ex-soldlors, sailors and marine
are asked by tho American Legion,
whether tltey be ruombers of tho
legion or not, forgather at the city
hall on Fifth street at 8:30 o'clock
Sunday morning to take part In the
march to the cemetery.
Harold Ifaten, who camo here
from California with the Foloy
Hurk carnival anil waa discharged
here, waa arretted last night charged
with the theft ot about $400 ot
Chautauqua cash and rocolpta from
the ticket-taker's booth at the Chau
tauqua grounds. Tho money waa
found on Haien, who admitted tak
ing, It. Ho aald he was consclonco
stricken when ho roallzed tho grav
ity ot hla offense and that ho waa on
bla way to reatore the money volun
tarily when areated.
Hazon'a home, bo anya, Is In For
gua Falls, Minnesota. Ho claim to
bo 17 yoara old. Ho was discharged
from tho United States navy at San
Diego, Cat., this spring and Joined
tho carnival company aa a moana ot
gottlng back to hla home In tho oast..
Ho helped tho Chautauqua peoplo
pitch their tont whoa they opened
hero and .has boon staying around
lho ground slnco. About 5 o'clock
yoatorday Mis Kdlth Koonor, who
linn chnrgo of the ticket ofllco, con
coaled tho monoy bononth a sultcaso
whllo sho wont to tho playground to
help direct the children's oxorcUos
Whon sho roturned nftor a short nb
flonco tho monoy was gone. Tho po
llco and other ponco ofllcors wore
notlflod and on Information of MIhs
Koonor, Hazen waa arrested by Cou
stable Mortoy on Main stroot noar
tho Westorn Union office, He waa
taken Intel tho office and gave up the
An attempt will be made, on ac
count ot his age and apparent lack ot
premedltatfon, to pecure a parole. H
Tbo qmalltjr ot fM grown to Ore
I Alt... I 1. .. . .! ft.j-.itfKui i-Vfl ftnjstssjllffrtss- tAsitf.. Ct a lkA .
ROBBER n N
foa )M teat ot B4lf4ua.
All road lead to Ashland on Hit-
pin of the Knights of thn Mystic
wata u 111 lead lo the ImDerlal coun-
cll' sessions at Portland later on.
Juno 22-24 Hlllah temple ha con-
Itrlbuted $500 to the entertainment
fund of Al Ksitsr Inmnle. t'nrtlnnd.
-been appointed for several countlea.
i nth Falls, for Klamath and Lake
counties, who can supply petitions
and afford general Information rela-
Largo cnthualastlc audiences greet-
led Taylor's singing band at both tho
afternoon and evening concerta yes
terday at Chautauqua. Tho crowd
i last night waa well over tho thousand
mark again with tho Interest and en
thusiasm for Chautauqua constantly
growing and certainly the largo
crowd were more than satisfied with
concorts gtvon by High C. Taylor'a
all American band.
Tbo personnel of the company com
posed ot High C. Taylor, director and
manager; Krroll W. Gwinn, Herbert
M. Foote, Ralph Madaen. F. O. Mc
Malna, Willis Clover. D. S. WItham,
Willlngton Yatea and Hollo Slater.
AH ot the young men poeseas good
Tolccs and are master ot their varl
oua band Instruments a rather un
uaial and difficult combination to
"find. Their program waa character
ized by plenty ot lite and anap. Tholr
concerta catlod forth the licit In the
musical library as well aa light popu
lar aim and old.timo favoritea.
. Mr. Taylor possessea a aplendld op
eratic baritone voice. Especially
must he be commended tor hla enun
clatory powera away beyond the aver
ago. The work ot the drummer,
Krroll W. Qwlnn, who also appeared
to advantage In a group ot tenor aolos
Is worthy ot special montion as Is
also the young cornet soloist, Well
Takon all in all Taylor'a singing
band of -all Americans Is about tho
finest musical organization over pro
sonted In Klamath Falls on Cliautau
qua certainly It Is n great improve'
in e nt over tho foreign band that
havo formerly neon on tho programs.
Ton) Corwlno, tho polyphonlat,
thoroughly delighted his audlonco In
hla very clover and unlquo reproduc
tion of sounds and imitations.
Tonight tho outstanding featuro ot
Chautnuqua Is tho lecturo by Capt.
T. Dinsmoro Upton ot Grand Rapids,
Mich., who locturos on the "Four
Squnro Hulldor." Capt, Uu'on is a
vory forceful apeaher?(and Judging
from press coiant'ChUUuaualans
tonight have uk'isu'ai-alf 'prograin
In store tor th.am.' sCafUlaPpton Is
preluded by tbjtiajr.vrjlson
company, cbarac&tfwarOMtor and
musical entertUaef.r- y
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MKMHOlAt. D.tV MKSSAGK
I'HOM I'llKNTII WOMAN
PARIS, May 28 Blstorly af
fection and tho deepest sym
pathy for tho women of Amcrlra
whoso husbands, sons, brother
and sweetheart fell curing tho
world war I expressed Ip a mes
sage) delivered to the Pari
Memorial day committee from
thn secretary of the French
Home association, the members
of which are French women who
know the sorrow of war and
all It attendant heartache.
Senator Hiram W. Johnson's ma
jority over Herbert Hoover in the
California presidential primary elec
tion of May 4 waa 161,207. This I
according to official figures announc
ed today In Secretary ot State Jor
The vote received by Frank P.
Flint, high man ot the 26 Johnson
delegates, was 370,819, compared to
209,612 votes for C. C. Moofo.falgh
man ot the Hoover delegates.
Johnson Drlrgle Vote
Tbo official Tote for the Johnson
Flint, 370.819; Herbert Flelsch;
hacker, '370,230; George I. Cochran.
370.222; John F: Neylan, 370,238;
Ralph W. Bull, 370,000; Albert E.
Doynton, 370,081; Charles E. Clinch,
319,931; Mrs. Bradford Woodbrldgo.
!f Mi: Mrs. Charles K. McClatchy,
369,414; Charles L. Neumiller, 369,
822; M. H. Do Young. 369,734; John
11. nossetor, 369,923; P. H. McCar
thy, 369,855; James Rolpb, Jr., 370,
C66; Mr. J. B. Hume, 369,392; J.
R. Knowland. 370,134; W. A. Suther
land, 369,840; Mra. M. C. Zumwalt.
369,309; W. II. Crocker, 369,983;
T. S. Montgomery. 369,786; J. B.
Miller, 369,808; Joseph Scott. 369.
735; Mr. Katherlne P. Kdson, 369,
296; Meyer Ltitner, 369,581; Dr. C.
D. Hall,, 369,543, and Fred A. Hell
The vote tor the Hoover delegates
C. C. Moore. 209.612; Mrs. Mary 8.
Gibson, 208,949; C. C. Chapman,
209,285; M. C. Sloss, 209,051; Mrs.
Minnie M. Walker, 208,821; Edwin
K. Skinner, 209.015; Thomas O.
Chamberlain, 209,024; Mrs. Frances
S. Robson, 208,976; Wilson R. Ellis,
Dr. Robert R. Hammond, 609,188;
Dr. Adelaide Brown, 609,088; F. W.
Kly, 209,102; Mrs. Josephine T.
Sheehan, 208,797; Dr. F. J. Mc
carty, 209,045; Peter J. Crosby,
209.143; Mrs. Jean H. McDuttle,
208,834; George C Roedlng, 209,'
027; L. l. Dennett, 208,950; C C
Tague, 209,007; Miss Agnes E
Howe, 208,768; Frederick C. Fair
banks, 209,093; Mrs. Clara B. Bur
nett, 208,911; William M. Garland,
209,006; Mrs. Bertha L. Cable, 208,'
763: Gordon Gray, 208,983; Miss
Altco Lee, 308,656.
McNab led Bourbons
Gavin McNab, who headed the list
ot unpledgod Democratic candidates,
roculvod 23,783 votes. The regular
26 Democratic delegates wore elected.
Henry II. Chllders ot Los Angelos,
who ran Independently, received but
11,385 votos, or less than 50 per cent
ot tho total cast for McNab.
Honry T. Stlpp, who headed tho
Prohibition ticket, was glvon 3,733
votes, or six-tenths ot 1 per cent ot
tho total of 607,947 votos rocolved
by the first four dologatos ot tho Ro
publlcanDomocratlc and Prohibition
HCHULDKRMAN OUSTED AND
TILAMOOK MAN APPOINTED
SALEM, May 38. Governor 01
cott today appointed T. M. Handley
ot Tllamook county corporation com
missioner In place ot Henry J. Schul
derman, whom the governor asked to
resign late yesterday.
A Nevada woman haa brought as
actio tf brew ot roatJaa saHut
her sUtotom -mnum. otaiatla.
N N N
! KLAMTR IS AIM
"Anything that looks good",fsem
a business standpoint and for the de
velopment ot the Klamath Haala,
will be the business of the Oregom
California Development company, a
corporation composed of a dozen lo
cal business men. Officers were
elected and capital aubscrlbed last
night and by-laws are la process of
The articles of incorporatlom an
of the "blanket" variety and cover
every conceivable form of enterprise)
that the company have occasion to
The stock-holder are: A. M. Col
lier, E. W. Vannlce. E. D. Johnsoa.
J. F Msgulre, O. M, Hector, Chass P.
Magulre, John M. Moore. Leslie
Rogers, M. S. West, A. J. Voye,
Burge W. Mason and Charles J. Fer
guson. The director are A. M. Collier, K.
W. Vannlce, J. F. Magulre. E.'Bv
Johnson and M. S. West
The officer are J. F. Magulre.
president; E. D. Johnspn, vlce-preet-dent:
Charles J. Ferguson, secre
tary and A. M. Coller, treasurer.
The capital stock of the compa-y
Is $10,000, fully subscribed. It mors)
capital is needed the stock-holdera
are agreed that thn original' lieer
poratora will have the opportunity
to Increase their pro rata'snbecrlB
Uon, but the capitalisation Is ex
pected to be sufficient to make a
atart aad"a,lt I the purpose ot the
company to give everything a trial
that will advance the develops
ot Klamath county and not
In -ny cbo, business to-rttUbeHe-.-ed
that with fortune favoring their
experiments that the tnnd on ban
will cover many enterprises that wlH
bo taken up consecutively.
Among things discussed at last
night's meeting was celery growing.
It the company should go into thla
venture, for example. It would not
be with the Idea of making it a life
long Investment. After It had prov
ed to the satisfaction ot everyone
that Klamath celery Is the best la
the world and that celery growlag
here can be highly profitable. It
would perhaps aell out to some con-t
cern if lucky It might be at a .prosit
and turn the money Into some oth
It may attack the housing prob
lem, which presents a crying need
for solution. It might back the es
tablishment ot a milk condeaaary
and the development ot the county's
dairying Industry and there are a
dozen other avenues tor development
ot the county's resources Into which.
It may turn its capital ln due time.
The organizers ot the corporation
are all young and active buameaa
men with their interests and for
tunes bound up In Klamath county
and upon the rapidity of the countya
development depends largely their
own personal success. Therefore)
their motives in starting the present
project are not entirely philan
thropic and still they are practicing
practical philanthropy ot an excel
It Is not the aim or desire ot the
corporation to encroach upon the t
field of the chamber of commerce or
any other organization. Their de
sire, as they express It, Is to experi
ment with enterprises that, while
thoy contain enough element of risk
to deter an Individual Investor from
placing all bis available capital In
them, are fundamentally feasible
and It put through will blaze an Im
mediate trail tor score ot Investor
whoso natural business caution de
ters them tram straying from the
beaten paths of business until the
path has been broken by some raora.
courageous promoter. '
MT. LAK1 TO KEEP
Memorial Day will be observed at
Mt. Lakl church Sunday, May 30, at
2:00 p. m., A short program will be
given. R. O. Groesbeck will delltnr
the addreaa, after which the grarea
a,Mt. Lakl cemetery will be oeeer
ated. ' :
la tho aaya.at Jtae Pto-mw'sjsWs
I tho -Mot -anjwa, relattaaa M
war tela by'winm. . V