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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1920)
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Fourteenth Year No. 3940
G. 0. P.
CHICAGO, Juno 7 Tim lmm.
iii'ticn of I lie Itepiibllenii national con I
intlon, which begin IIk seMitlmi ut
noon tomorrow, apparently worked
today to further hi'clotid, Instead of
rlnrlfy, tlm iili'nt(itl of who In to lin
thn presidential nominee.
Wood, Johnson nml l.owdfii sup
porter wero driving hnrd today for
advantage, All of thrm went claim
lng gain uii the balance of tho t mi hi
Klrucied ilelogaTu rolled Tntn Chi
rago, but tlm brut claim (or nnyvf
, lha three amounted to Hill morn
, Ihnn nun-four III of tho totnl dolegntn
HtrmiRtli on thn first hnllol, nml It
takes m majority to noullnute.
Bo-callcd Iti'iiuhllrnn leader ro
Mill explaining to Inquirer jjful ut
tendon In now being concentrated on
n platform which they rmphailto an J
Tor Important The best Informed
observer, however, oo evidence,
(tint thl li merely a screen to hide
thn fact that tlm no-called tendon aro
no longor lender
Thn pnslng of tlm old tlmo lender
n party whip, It become morn evi
dent, ha lirouKht up nil entirely now
crop nf KO-rnlled lender, tunny of
whom do not oven know one another
nnd that In one think which explain
thn lack of cohesive action In getting
down to definite conclulon.
Today' htislnesn wan largely
nmong the stain delegation which
worn perfecting organisation mid
electing ineniber to convention com
No rhnnEi'N h.ivn appeared today
In tho convention line-up and none
nrn expected. Twenty hour before
tho contention imremhlct Jl I an lib
olutely iiiiIiouhmI nnd u'nled affair.
Delegate are heHnlllni; thn Inrk
of leadership, Men who wero thn
renl lender of former year flint grim
natlnfactlon In referrlm; to charge of ft
"IivhIiik" which wcru freely attached
to them ut former convention, nnd
lire asking delegate. It It I not bet
ter to be led than lout.
LOGGERS HELD UP;
LOOT TOTALS $900
Thre masked men entered tho
hunkhoiiKo at Otey' logging camp,
nt Chlln(uln, Saturday nlicht and
held up the employee, who hnd Junt
liveu paid, and mndn u getaway with
from $600 to $900 In currency. A
number of check were not touched.
A food description of tho roblier
ha been obtained. An tho men were
on foot it I believed that they aro
hiding around thn camp, and will
wait until the Incident blow ovor
before (hoy leave tho country.
OREGON' MAN AGAIN
ox in. O. I. COMMITTEE
CHICAGO, June 7. Republican
national committeemen, ro-olocted
today, Include Ralph B. William of
fW NfcNMfcMfT IW HUtMtaOM S
I OMt, OtT tMCT BoaotyMv
tUCtft. fWrttV SOCMR HOtVAVH' I
sts v.H oou- ort -tVcaaocr )
Chicago, Coliseum, Where the Republicans Meet
&?) 1 (C x rf V'H'O
Kxterlur of the ColUvum, on WuIhimIi nveniie. (.'Iilciigo, the meeting plan
I! S. CUMMING5
Homer S CnininliiKd, clialrinan of
the Pcmoi-nitle nntloiinl committee,
thomni if teinponiry iluilrinnii of tho
IH'moerntlc iinlloiial eoiixentlon.
KVT Afl'IWI'ltlATlOX TO
llt'V It. It. IMH.I.INa STOCK
WASHINGTON, June 7. The
linmodlntu appropriation of
0 $125,000,000 from lovornruont
fund for the uio of railroad to 0
purcbnRO now rolling atock waa
announced today by tho inter
auto commerce commlialon,
,fho money will bo advanced
at onco out of tho $300,000,000
'revolving fund provided In the
WOMAN'S LEG BROKEN
BY FALL FROM HORSE
Mr. J. V. afcKee, of, 901 Roto
Btroot, I In the Warren Hunt ho
pltal with a badly fractured leg as
thn reault of a fufl from a horse near
Pollcan City yostordny, Mrs, McKee
wa riding a broncho. Tho home bo
enmo unmunagcablo nnd throw hor,
breaking hor log In two places.
Mrn. McKee wna nccompnnlod by
hor huabnnd, who uocurod asalutanco
nnd hnd her removed to tho hospital,
whoro tho broken limb was set by
GRANTS PASS WINS
BALL GAME; 5 TO 4
Tho Klumath Falls .baseball team
tasted dotent yestordny afternoon In
a hard-fought gnmo nt Modoc Park
With tho (Irnnta Pass nine, Tho
scoro was B to 4,
Tho gamo wns largely n pitcher's
battlo and tho work of J mid Pornall
on tho mound for tho visitors' was
glvon as the cause for tholr victory.
. Pornall was formerly on tho pitch
lng staff of the Detroit Tiger and
ranked as one of the brightest bat
Jm W niiaiiaiiaiiiiiiiiiiiH
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, JUNE 7,
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CHURCHES JOIN INSURANCE MEN
SCOUT MEETING IN CmM
A largo audience attended the
union meeting, held at tho Christian
church Sunday night, in the Interest
of tho Hoy Scouts. Tho program was
a delightful ono througnout. After
un appropriate song, Her. K. P.
Ijtwronco read from tho scripture
events In the life of Josus, which
show his capacity and his love for
tho out-of-doors. Ills oommonts and
remarks were Interesting and Inspir
Oeorco J. Walton, president of the
scout committee, ruado a short and
nblo address on "The. Community a
Responsibility, to the Scout Move
ment," The scout oath, tho scout
law and explanations wore beautiful
ly given by the Scouts. I.. W. Hart
ley mode a short address on "What
Scouting Really Is." R. S. Fry. tha
Scout Master, talked on the "Pro
gress of Scouting In Klamath Falls."
Tho principal address of tho even
ing was dollvorod by Rov. S. J.
Chanoy, on "A Roal Scout." Mr.
Chnnov. iir well as being an eloquent
ipronchor, I n great scout hlmsolt.
Ho dollght In tho streams and tho
mountains. Whllo his mossago wns
addressed to tho Scouts, tho ontlro
nudloiico was Inspired by It,
DAUGHTER OF I-OOAIj MAX
MAHIHKD IX CALIFORNIA
Mis Kdlth A. Montolltis, who has
boon attending business college In
Oakland for tho past your, wns mnr
rlod nt Ilono, Novndn, May 20, to
Hnrry J. Hill of Cnlnova, Cal., ac
cording to word rocontly rocolvod by
hor father, W. M, Montellus, of this
city, who Immediately transmitted
tho patornal blessing on tho match.
Mr. Hill Is a rancher and stockman,
a graduate of the San Jose, Cal.,
high school and of the state agricul
tural coltoge at Dlvis.
of the Iteptihllciin national convention
Auditorium, Where Democrats Meet
George C. Ulrich is still keeping
Klamath Falls on the life insurance
map of the state, and keeping It out
standing in big type, aa he has done
for the past several years. And the
reason for it Is that he has written
more llto Insurance for the Mutual
Lite Insurance company of New York
than any other of its agent and is the
only one outside of the city of Port
land that holda a place is the Quarter
Million Dollar club, an organisation
in which only agents writing more
than $150,000 worth of insurance
can secure membership. Bach rear
the coast-ageaU of tha Mutual who.
have secured membership in the club,
gather at a banquet In, one of the big
cities. This year the banquet will be
held in 8an Francisco, and Mr "'
Mrs. Ulrich left for that city yester
day morning to bo present at this
noted affair, which" takes placo to
night. In the writing of life insurance Mr.
Ulrich has set a pace for. Mutual
agents and has led them a merry
chaso and his kooping this city at tho
.bend of tho list has rcsultod In much
benefit to Klamath Falls, as his
record has boon so remarkable as to
direct tho attention of agonts
throughout tho Unltod States to this
city nnd Its whilrwlnd ngont.
PETITION FOR LETTKRH
, B. L, r.onorvlllo, has tiled a petition
with tho county court for lattors' of
administration In the estate of Ed
win Johnson, deceased, Tho cstato
consists of personal proporty .valued
at $500, The' next of kin are a sister
and three brothers, all residing out
side of Oregon.
' WEATHER REPORT
ORKOON -Tonight and Tuesday,
showers; moderate southerly winds.
' 1 tJ'SiXL. T. -" "-" "A JT.ll
WILL II. HAYS
To Will II. liny. n chairman oi
lha Itepuhtlcan national committee,
fall the dnty of calling to order the
Itepubllcan national convention.
IUGIIT TO STIUKB.MUST
IIK UI'IIRMI flOMl-ERH
MONTREAL. Juno 7. Any
attempt to enforce compulsory
labor by making strikes unlaw-
ful must be resisted at all costs,
Samuel 'Compere, president of
the American federation of
labor, declared today in the
opening address to the federa
tlon'a fortieth annual convep-
"I have no fear of what the
results will be," he said. "Aa
long as I have life and my mind
Is not Impaired, I shall stand
for the right of men and women
tollers of tho world to bo free
and- untrammeled, unowned -by
FATHER OF LOCAL "
DENTIST IS DEAD
A telegram received by Mrs. C. P.
Mason from her husband, Dr. C. P.
Mason, announces the death of the
latter's father, Dr. I. T. Mason, In
Portland, Saturday, of pneumonia.
Dr. C. P. Mason had been summon
ed when It was seen that his father's
Illness wns critical and was at tho
bedsldo when ho expired
Tho deccdont was not yet CO years
of age. Ho had practiced dentistry
In Portland for ninny years, Hp had
a number of frlonds hero, made on
tho occasion of visits with his son.
Ho had boon ill for ten days.
J, W. Siemens h$s fllod a potltion
with tho county court for guardian
ship of the property of Cleo Gladys
Siemens, aged 13 years, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse J, Siemens. Pe
titioner is the grandfather of 'the
minor, who owns timber lands,
which maVTe it necessary that a
guardian bo appointed'. The parents
consent to the appointment of ho
Price Five Cento
With -tho allowanco by tho county
court last week of a claim of, $I07S.
80 to tho Olgnac Secret Service of
San Franclo on which County
Clerk Do h p Immediately rnfas4
and contlnt j to refine to draw a
warrant It became known tor tho
first limn that detectives had bee
employe J by tho county court In UM
so-calkd "courthouso case."
Until the bill wa presented by tho
detective agency the matter appears)
to have been a close secret. Thst at.
L. Elliott of counsel for the couatp
knew of. the retention of tho deta
tlvcs appears probable, as a mentor
nnd um on the face of the bill directs
that the warrant therefor shall, upon
proper receipt, be delivered to Me.
Elliott. Other attorneys for defea;
dnnts, however, profess utter ignor
ance of the hiring of the detective,
While the affair Is an admltU4
mystery to many. Judge R. H. Dm-
nell when asked about the matter
Saturday said the bill "was no mys-
tory to the county court" and Indi
cated that It was a legitimate chare
against tho county.
One festure of the service render
ed he said was Investigation of tho
source of contributions to the $85,
000 raised by subscription as a guar
antee to J. M. Dougan. contractor.
tbnt he would be paid for his work
in completing the Main street court
houso. Some 25 subscribers con
tributed to this fund, with the aa
derstandlng that tholr donatio
would be refunded, It is under toe.
In the event that Dougan collects!
his pay from the county.
"Tho hiring of detectives to got tho
lut o.' .subscribers to this fund." saM
one of Dougan's counsel' tojay'whoa -"v-
nsked regarding the list, "wouht
hardly seem -to have been necessary.
There was no secret regarding thla
tu,nd. It could have been had at any
tlmo for the asking and at the hear
lng of the case before Judge Hamil
ton here wo produced tho com pie to
list. We had It on hand In the court
room and produced It on request. In
case defendant bad not asked for it
we fully Intended to Introduce It off
The detective company'a bill la
sworn to by C. L. Haxlett, manager
of the Glgnac Secret Service of Sam
Francisco. It was presented and at- ,
lowed June 1. While the face of tho
account shows a demand for 1073.8,
It was allowed for $1173.00, whether
by error or design does not appear.
Operative No. 15 charges 4ft days'
service from March 11 to April 3S,
1920. at $8 a day. a total of SKI:
for disbursement' and traveling ex
penses $48.40; for "necessary ex
penditures while seeking inforsVa
tlon" $98.70, and for hotel $383.
Operative; No. 10 worked 11 day
at $8 a day, $104; dlshursenvsata
and traveling expenses, $48; hooM
bill $78; necessary expenditure
while seeking information $38.30.
Operative No. SI put In ono day
in San Francisco (the inference be
ing although the hill does not
state that tho other Investigation
was in Klamath Falls), charging T
for the time and $1.30 for carfaro.
tolephone toll and the cost of a
The bill was allowed from the cur
rent court fund. On the theory that
tho county's budget system requires
tho publication of notice In advanco ,
pt collection of funds the exact pur
poso tor which they aro to be. spent,
which he alleges was not dono la
this case, the county clerk refuses to
draw a warrant for 'the bill.
At Saturday's meeting the court
directed tho court to enter upon tho
journal a resolution In regard to tho
bill, but the journal shows no entry.
It is understood that the clerk asked
the court to have 'tho resolution pro
pared by its attorneys In order .to
have greater exactitude. v
Warrants have not yet been draw
on bills allowed several weeka ago tor
attorney's servco, aggregating, sev
eral thousand dollars. These war
also drawn on the current, expoas
fund;and on the same theory that
no provision was mads for them ths
clerk has refused to draw warrants