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Fourtcunth Year No. 3945
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1920
Price Five Cent.
U CHICAGO. Jiinn 12 Anii.iiK
limt inliiiili) niani.-iiv.tiH before, .
. tliii (i)iivoi.tlon iniit'ii) renin...)
I I.hIIoIiiik. was included a itt-cl-
nl.ni l.y Poiiiinylwinl.i I'miiur to
nutt their votes for Hproul.t,-
then join ii movi'iiiHiit for ml-
( JourniiKint until Monday 4)
ll wiih Mated ni Johnson
i iMwiiniuiirivrn iiiui iii.i senator
Tim I.K-.I .Imir of lhn4.l(T..M 2 '''l "l' l' "' cohort. '
ha started ... ,.ct, ciMM.ilK,, to l,,.l ""i """ ,l"' "KUl . ,
form ..xsenlo. ,,... ronanllng the rh" ' "J hy a
vnluo of their government Insurance f hrt'1"1 """"I ,h" Jo,1"""," rum"
Hverp...... who hun i.uul.. it MU.lv of1 " "trenRth to Wood ,
th.ilubject I .uthu.l.i.tlc about th..' ""I"-" lo w liile.l for con-
l.onoflts of gotorumenl term an.l11' " '" "f "'" l,l,"a,,ou' '
inirni.ii.Kiil liiturai.r... o-nmor renrono Ill a stato-
W. C. SPROULE
Tin. tiru. lnn.ir.inro um thu li.iur
unco tln mini took out while In tl.u
service nnil was deslKiieit to till n
Senator Penrose In a stain-
merit till nflornoon at Phllii-
It Mill itiitomiitlcally nx-
ij.lrn thx yi'iirit after tl.. .l.-rlnutlon
delphla xuvu I.Im umiuulirifil en-
iliirseiiwiit to Hiii.ator Hurtling
oh th man pre-eminently fitted
! for til.) presidency
of pear... At i.ny Hi.... .lurli.K than , "'""' ' '' I'Minsylirnnla
.. i i ' di.lrgatlun said ilmr lia.l ivnilv
nr,lw.., linn,!,.,,, i,i,n UK. II IIIBIIfd I.C.I , ff !
ran be ronv..rl...l Into u permanent !'. '" nm U"m K""r V..3
government pollry It h.. !.,... ' """""' " ,,,'",c,u "'"K '
found l.y local Ito.l Cro worker-and ,"'nl,,r wu" ry '" 'l mUlU
Kovornmimt ufflcluh hImi lu.. vMlt- w '"" "" '""'"t" " "y i-'r
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CM1CA00, JUNK 12 (I.ATKST)
ttOVKKNOIt I.OWIJKN TOOK TMK
ri.ATKOUM AKTKIl TIIK CONVKN-
TION Ki:C0.VVKNKI) AT 4 O'CLOCK
ANM ia:i,i:AHKD AM HIS DKLE-OATKH.
G.O.P. PARTY CHOICE
WARREN G. HARDING
A. T. OK l. CONDEMNS
fi. O. I. I.AIlOlt I'l.A.VK
MONTllKAl., June 12. Con-
KU'Mlonal InvcxtlKatlon Into tho
oIpkciI "utiajvakatjlo outraK''ii"
inflicted upon n.lno worker by 4
,)tho coal InterMtR" of Wcm Vlr-
klnlii In domanded In a ronolu-
i tlon unanlinouiily udoptrd horo
. today y tho convention of tho
American K-doratlon of Labor.
Amid tromcmloun applauno
tho convention adopted a reuort
! tondeinnlnu tbu Kepubllcau ccn-
. vcntlon at Chicago for "turnlnc
Its back upon labor." In adopt-
I Int.' (tin n.iriv nlnirnrin RKKAIYIII PIinf nu.n nrunsi.
mnlinrilM M..).-.l l.y ll.c Kowmor 'CHOICE BROKE THE DEADLOCK
L & J : J
I zs . i iiinniiifi
MM BIG PRIZE
i.l tl.U rountv Hint mu.iv nf nor m. I ,"a, "'"CM ll..y wcro Inclluv.l .. . . ... -
u una couiujr u.oi ii.Mi.y in our .)) ..,,,!,. .,,. .,,, i"'H"K l-r 7l x.tr, ultl. onn rrci. "
Mrvlcn ...an l.nro Imnn kiikiIv ml. ' uurminn 1110 ntntmnrll r.'- ., .... . ......
K.fvico nu naro ihwii ...Miy mi ,.,- .,- ....,..- nllrl ". m.II.II,, up to tbo i-IrIhI. ba..i 44
Informr.l rpRiintlnic Koterniiiriit In- i'ici"K nunaior iiar.iuiK nttri- .,..,....,.,. .;..
billed to Senator IV.ir,., M. i:TI(. LT KOH
I'l.llailclphlu """," a KmI,i ' MIcIiIkoii on thn v- U)X(S D1HTA.VCK ItKCOUU
iimiuifio iiuiuj :
Lib I Ur yjUR
rl)&riCI.l. ivl.llit HnfiflfiL' ttimln .ll. llift 6 lifilln.M ntiil twi uninlnn.. (m ...I..
j " " ...-. .....i.u .... ..... - -- - -.... .... ..U........J in niftiii,
(JJ'tH an the record of the Itcpubll- '
Duranci. or ll.nt they )io nry lit
..-. .. -......--- until fill llin ft(.t.f.riflt Imllnl I. in f ..u. 4 . l
lnt tho rollonn of th Iinurunro - -- v ,,.. .
lMv. . . 'ii mid Wo. il portions ncurcely CHICAOO. June 12 Eight
Ono of thn i.ioit current untruths
reKiirdliiR Kovtfrniuei.t luiiirauco la
that Inmirnncn prniuliiiim nru uird to
pny ci.inioinntloi. ilaip.s renultliiK
from wnr inorti.llty (loteruinent In
urunce In lopnratc and illrllnct from
Kovernmcnt coiiiprnni.iloii Another
Ii t tut t thn Roternu.i'i.t I n..ikinK
money on noldlor Inxuranre Tl.u
fncl In that llm ((nven.otefi) dn p.V.fl
nut over xnen hundred million dot
Ian more In clnlnm. than ha lu'en
ptld In In premium)
M START j
FOX H RE
A now and novel Industry l prom-
eenln i.niint (unofflrial) Wood un natlnul (on von tlon at 1
?t 1 2. t.riuil..M 111k .fnlitiMiii UIU. A flVlnflr tmliv l.o .. .! !.- a. I
Hardlnn 105. Hprou.o 7. Co0l,dKo coment.on urpaMed Iho lonK ''"'' r'rVr ""
.-- -.v.u vt w(a v will 1111141111
ID llooer I. Ilutler 2. Knox 1. Kol-, dmianc. record convention of , , , ,. ,
'Iouk I 1'olndexler It. Dupont 3. Ii 1S88 which nominated Harrl- uJf' "!!"
Koll..e si. Ward I, Unroot of WU- -on ,Li ; .,,T
, I ! . After ,- Kh,h ot had ;HTne; look!,!, tl
v, limine ra tier riiiiro atx votea neon inken ho convention re .,, i ,. ..,,, ,.',, fc,,
tor ,unn ! tho .,rt,h uM &.. ...! 4 .'dock "."Tfw dh SS
tliriM from Wood and ll.reo from !, BP rrpnk nr .-,.,,, "!
l After looking the country over th
COMHCI'M, ChlcnKU. Ju;.e 12.
It ! nlmi l.nl'evtil liv mini, ll.ul I nn...,. ... n... .. ...... ....... Eighth ballot (official) Wood 299.
- - " ' I i'mw n.i- .inn ii.uiiii ni..a y. .
Kovnrnmeiil InxiiinnLo l no cheaper m carch 0f a nomlneo for the preii- . , ' ,ll"1"l,fn 8, iruinB
ni'rtll.e lVi, I.O0IIUK0 30,
l.A Kolletto 2 1, Hoov
Dupont 3, Knox 1,
V r not ii cheap a hlu.ilnr pollclw Ui ,.iiicy ih Itf publirun nntum.ii con-i , " h,rCn,,!
LJr "'""" ot ,'1" ',Il, "n" "nil'anle. nii. Wn prepured lo have i'lino' ,,0'n(,,a"r lc
1 That I nlMolutely untrue :iu.l Inur (urllicr ltrennlh developed between ,r 6' ,,u,lur
nnre men xullly of muklnx "ich London. Wood and Johnx.n then 'K""0,!K ' 'c"ro(" '
Ktiitement. ahould bo reported elthir if neccary turn to the marine dark
to the Wen tern iiiotrlcl inti.uiunri-1 tioraca.
.r of thu Wnr Duiuriiueni "; All nil: lit ronforenco nmonR the
rinod llldx.flati Krnnclaco. or to tun leader, had put Honntor llardli.B of
loral lte.1 CToh liia..uarter. a Ohio, nt lh lioail of the dork liorwt
them men nrn either tiiUlnformeil or nroUi leader, worn vlceploia,
mlrepreei.tlnit Iho facta. Tim moinr atl, rpnf,M(. t. Conentlon
nl.Hiiril of nil then itorlo I on.) to hall.
tho effort Hint the Rinvrninrnt lj .At 10 tc o'clock the fifth ballot
pu.hliiK Koernment Inmiranro In or-j,,, ordered. When Knmia win
tier to take, tho mind of ..x.iorvlc. ruacl)M Wood ,,,, 01l 1V(1 nm,
men off the varlou lionua Mil now itar.llnB had Knlnd nix. When New
pending before roiiKremi. On tho 'York throw 40 to Lowden, a Rroal
contrary, an lne.llxatlon will howjroiir 5Wopl ,ne nn i.0Hden iU.
that the men who nre workln the ,,,rt(.r wen, ,, a ,,, jomonilra.
I.nrdeat to put throuxli llm honultoni
1.111. nro advocate of Kovernment In-1 Tllr,. WB. no . ,h.
auranco Practically nil thn dlvlMon ,, ,,,, , tC5t of ri.nh
UirOCIOr Ol K..Yer....,e..l ,...ur...e-u ,,,. , col,vtIlUo roaMp.,.1,1,.,.
nnd their anUlanl are ex-Tticithu .., ,..,, ,., ..,, ....
At lb.) end of tl.u vlRhth ballot Juki
a thu tide wan turnltiK for Hardli.i
They think tho climate nnd loca
tlonfhcre farorablo for tho succeM
of iif.,rentor and when they loft
ihlfYiornlnR for Sacramento they
did ao 'with tho Intention of return-
..nr, .iu I'u-miujr unriinK me larm.
j Tho iqrror the stlvor tax h tt
I V4lllhl nM.I mm .1.k.k. . V ..
" -i ..... it ui. u.i iuvi. . unit HI IIKC
throuKhout tho hall, a ncc wai I'OHTLAND, Juno 12 Hid for Taboo the Menrs. Lewis have pro-
i.ii.t.ii .iiiui 4 ociock. Just heforu .he ale of 100 million feet of pulplued fara that brouRht as high as
ivcom MlMourl attamptcd to chanso, timber In Alaska hao Ju been op- WOO ftpleco.
tin. ote to throw all 3fi otes to ened In tho District Forester's omco' "
HardluK but w a delayed. here. Tho successful bidder waa tho 'PROGRAM OF ELKS
Krlend of Svnator HardliiK roi- Alaska I'ulp and Paper company of criD CI Kn nAV
ferred with Senator Johnson durln,; San Kranclsco. California, who sub-1 ruR rLA tAT i
tho recew with ii vlow to ln.li.clnK milled n bid of 11.00 per thousand' k , , '. L
JohtiHon to iirreiit thu Ico nreslden. hnnr.1 f..t f,,r rn.in m.... t. l Th0 fowlnR Is the program of
tint nomination. i.r ,i r.n . ... a ,. ererclsca wth whlcn " Elks lodge
CHICAOO, JUNE 12. SENATOR
WARREN 0. HARDING OK OHIO
WAS NOMINATED KOR THE PRK3-
IDENCY LATE TODAY ON THB
TENTH BALLOT, RECEIVINO A.
FRACTION MORE THAN S3
VOTES IN A DRAMATIC 8ESSIOW
IN WHICH GOVERNOR LOWDEK
OF ILLINOIS RELEASED ALL HIS
FRIENDS AND HIS DELEOATBB
TURNED TO HARDING IN A RAPID
SUCCESSION OF HARDING LAND
SLIDES WHICH STARTED WITH A
GENTLE MOVEMENT EARLY IK
THE MORNING AND STEADILT
AND SURELY GREW AND RESIST
ED ALL ATTEMPTS OF TUB
WOOD AND LOWDEN PEOPLE TO
CHECK IT IF THEY HAD A Dig?
POSITION TO DO SO.
XIXTIf BALLOT (OFFICIAL)
Harding 374 )t. Wool 319, 1.owdeW'
1SI H, JoltnM.n Kl, Hpmnlc 78. Cool-4,
I.IrcUH, Houvrr , Itatlrc 3, Knox 1,
I'oln.lextrr 1 i, La .Kolletto 34.
root 1, Hnjrj I, Httinicor of Trxaa 1,1
ot Totln- 1. ""
At the end of tho ninth
Hproule rrltitnoil the l'cnnjlri
h'l istlon. -
Ing, beginning at 8:15 o'clock at tho
men, nnd heartily In favor of a bon
us. Mr. Wood, tho director for tho
Hitnto of Oregon, has Just recently
(-Inlted Klamath Falls.
novornmont Insuranco Is one ot
tho best provisions our government
t . a-- . am m-.h.ihhIah ftt- aft trr
land no man will lot his chance, go
without making a careful Investiga
tion. July 1st Is tho last day lapsed
Insurance .an bo roln.tatod undor
thn pient liberal provisions. Else
where In this Issuo npe-ra an adver
tisement of tho Red Csoss offering
Information and assistance lo all
men who wish to reinstate or con
tort their Insurance.
WITH CHURCH BOARD
Robert Orr, coimlilorcl tho lend
ing church nrchltect on tho coast,
nrlved In thn city lust evening and
held n conferenco with tho trustees
ot tho Chrlbtlnu thurch far tho pur
Poho of presenting his conception of
tho kind of structure best milted to
tho nomls of tho cniiKn'Kiitlnn, as
wall nu to Kiithur tliolr Ideas, that ho
might Incorporate thorn In tho plans
that ho Ih o propnro for tho now oil!
flco that Is to ho oroctod nt tho cor
ner ot Ninth and' Pine streets.
It I. proposiod to oroct a building
that will cost $30,000 when flnlshod
tad furnished. Tho general linos of
Insilo nrchltocturo will be followed
and when complotod tho building
will bo tho most ornato church edi
fice In the city,
' WKATHKn nKlORT
Oregon Tonight and Sunday,
fair; moderate westerly winds.'
Harding and l-owdon both mado
gains, Tho official count on the fifth
ballot gave Wood 299, !.owdcn 303,
Johnson 133 K, Harding 78, Sproul
82 4, Coolldgo 29, Hoover C Ilutler
i, Knox 1, Wnrd. of New York, 1,
Keltog, of .Minnesota. 1, Polndoxter
IS Sutherland 1 I.nFollcttc 24, Du
Lowden passed Wood on tho fifth
ballot. The prediction of Wood man;
agent that Wood would gain rote.
wm not fulfilled. Johnson fell to
103 M. Michigan'! .olid 30 which
ha boon standing solid for Johnson
broko on the sixth ballot, 11 going to
Wood, one to Lowden, and the re
maining IS standing pat for Johnson.
It was the first break of tho solidly
Instructed delegation.. Calling of
tho roll Jogged along until1 Georghi
wnH reached on tho sixth, when a poll
wiih demanded. Wood lost ono by
nn nbicnt doleguto but regained It on
n lator ballot, flu. sixth ballot like
all Its prtnlocessors failed to produce
n nominee, Wood, I.dwdeu nnd Hard
ing nil mado gains, Inking them from
tho field. Tho Ohio lineup broko In
tho Mxth, somo Hnrdlnix strength go
ing to Wood.
Tim sixth ballot failed to produce
n nomlnoo but It brought two breaks
In tho Rolld dologatlon, liowovof.
Michigan broko and gnvo tho John
son votes to Wood, and Ohio broko
and gavo some Harding rotos to
Wood. Tho unonlclal ballot gave
Wood 311 H. Lowden 311 W, John
Hon HO, Harding 89, Sproulo 77,
Coolldgo 28, Hoover's, Butler 4,
Knox 1, Kellogg 1, Polndexter IS,
Dupont 4, LaFollette 24,'yWatson 1,
The convention went' Into soventh
Inning with .the score tied. Wood
and Lbwdeii both stood 311 W. Wood
i'i -w vi'hib ivi inuuauuu lur ...in . . -.
Colonel Proctor, one nf Wnn.r.'ihn r.n-i-.i.- , ouserrc nag uar, wonuar even-
managors. held a protracted confer- Tho higher priced Umber Includes
en. ii with Lowden during Iho recess, such Alaskan trees as Sitka sprjice,
It was reported that Wood and Low- westorn red cedar and Alaska cy
den adherents wero planning to pool press. Western hemlock and other
their strength temporarily for the! kind brought CO cents per tbous
purpose of "baikflrlng" the drift to'nd. A largo per cent of tho timber
FOR COUNTY C. OF C.
Captain O. C. Applegate, secretary
of tho chamber ot commerce, Invite
tho public to cull nt tho rooms of tho
Klamath County Chamber ot Com
merce at 119 Fifth street and see tho
pictures representing tho varied In
terest of tho county. A few mora
pictures are required to maka the ex
hibit complete, especially ot locali
ties wldoly distributed over tho
county. Also bring samples of farm
products, such an are available at
this season, also samples ot mineral
products, tonsils, Indian curios, lime
building stono, etc, thus showing up
all theso things In a comprehensive
manner. A nt present constituted
tho of!l co horo la development head-
quurters for tho entire county, in
fact for Klnmath Basin, and hern
should bo shown what tho possibili
ties ot tho country aro. Do not for
got tho chamber of commerce meet
ing on Tuoi.luy, Juno IS.
PI-OWINO CONTRACT I.KT
advortlscd. Forest Servlco officers
say, Is sultablo for paper making.
This big sale ot government tim
ber is located In southca-tern Alaska
on Port Snettlsham and Glass Pen
insulas, within tho Tongas National
forest. The timber haa boon adver
tised and .old to tho highest bidder,
as required by federal law.
The Alaska I'ulp and Paper com
pany are aald to havo made already
heavy Investment. In waterpower de
velopment In Alaska, which may be
used In conjunction with pulp plant,
to be built. Prom present Indica
tion, forest officers predict thl. palp
ale as the beginning ot a legitimate
development nnd use of tho timber
resource of Alaska to relievo tho
natlon-wldo paper shortage.
IIAIt.N'KV COUNTV MAN AND
UK'AL OlltL AUK MARRIED
Chin Lung has lot tho contract for
Plowing 1415 acres ot land near Mid
land to Emit Fisher. Tho land will
bo plowod to a depth of eight Inches
and the work will bo stnrtod at once
and continued until flnlshod, A
tractor plowing outfit will bo used.
LA GRANDE MAKES
IHQ POPULATION GAIN
WASHINGTON, June 12. To-
day', -census figure. Include La
Grande, Oregon, which haa a popula
tion of 6,913, an. Increase of 1070 or
4S7 per oent,
Norman II. Hoffman of Andrews,
Harney county, and Miss Ellen 11.
Rowloy of Klamath Falls, wero mar
ried yesterday evening by the Hov.
S. J. Chancy nt tho Methodist unr
sonngo. They will live In Harney
A mariage license was Issuod yos-
loruny to Jack C. Greonmau nnd
Ethel Qoss of Klamath Falls.
"Star Spangled Banner"..Orchestra
Exhalted Ruler and Officers
History of the Flag Lee Blchn
"Columbia, Gem of the Ocean"
Altar Service Officers of Lodge
Elks' Tribute to the Flag
F. A. Raker
Address Judge P. II. D'Arcy,
TO THE FRONT
The exercises are
open to the
YUBA CITY, Cal Juno 12 Miss
Vera Ullery, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. B, af. Ullery, haa never been ab
sent or tardy during here seven
years as a pupil at the West Butte
grammar school hero. The girl Is In
the seventh grade and with the ex
ception of one "2" which she made
In drawing- work while la the fourth
grada has, never-nude other than a
perfect marsr la. any of her course.
BY JUSTICE COURT
A charge ot Issuing a worthless
cheek, brought by O. E. Rao against
Jack Palmer, a resident ot tho Klam
ath reservation, was dismissed by
Justlco Chapman yesterday, It ap
pearing that Palmer bad possessed
an account with tho bank on which
ho drow tho chock but had over
drawn It. Carelessness nnd not
criminal Intent appeared responsible
for tho check on which tho charge
was brought. Palmer was reportod
to havo mado tho check good.
Henry Shadley, nccusod by J. E.
Hall, Chlloquln morchant, of assault
and battory was dlsmlssod on motion
ot the district nttornoy. It la said
the assault took place recently at
Chlloquln and it is understood that
Shadley pleaded guilty and paid a
fine before the justice court at Ft.
MKTRIO SYSTEM FOR V. S.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 12. Leg
(station which would gradually place
the United States on the metric, sys
tem ot wijhU and' measures was
urged a resolution adopted hero
this Month by the World Matrlo
CHICAGO, June 12. Harding at
Ohio emerged today from an all-night
conference ot Republican chleftans aa
tho man with whom they hope ta
break the Imminent deadlock In the.
presidential nomination. On hlsa
they planned to concentrate their
strength should the convention 4l
to break through the blockade.
Senator Harding participated la
the conference. He also saw Senator
Johnson In the latter's private apart
ments. It gained significance be
cause backers ot the Harding move
ment are looking to Johnson saa
porters for aid It their plans matert
allxe. Originators ot the Hardla-
compromise plan were known to b
seeking support of the California
senator's advisors It It became clear
that Johnson should not be nomin
ated. To Insure strong renltorce
nients from that direction some lead
ers urged during tho night confer
ences that an attack ot Handing tor
president and Johnson tor vice presi
dent be put forward. There was
nothing to Indlcato that Senator
Johnson would consent. Governor
Coolldgo ot Massachusetts also was
montlonod as a posslblo running mate
for Harding should Senator Johnson
elect to gtvo his support but pot his
noma to tho ticket.
General Wood was Informed of the
now move. He brought his managers
together during the night and they
detormlned to stick by their guns.
Tho arguments used by backers ot
the compromise were that Harding
had a good record and was not la
volved materially in the senatorial
campaign expenditures inquiry and
bad the confidence of conservative
and progressive Interests.
Negotiations between faction load
ors'tollowcd separata group councils.
This culminated in" the call ot Sea
ator Harding upon. Senator Johasoa. .
Senator Harding's friends, and
other leaders aot elosely associated
with the Ohloan hat interested art.
tnarlly la a "harmoay" tleket, da
veloned the Hardtag moveaeat. C,
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