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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OftECON
at, nm it, itm
TWENTY OUTLAWS TO
IE RIDDEN SUNDAY
Twenty-two head of outlaw horses
from the northern part of the atatc
Mi from California points are on
Mat for a broncho-busting exhlbl
tlM which will be staged Sunday af
tataoon at the Modoc ball park by a
aaaaber of local riders. The horses
ware shipped to Slim Christian and
the show will be under hit direction.
Tey will be ridden by a dozen or
aaare "twiners" of Klamath county,
taeludfng Ed. Thompson. Dick Wll
aaa and Iove Chandler.
The riding will start at 1 o'clock.
The horses are all outlaws, trained
hackers, and an attempt will be
taade to ride every one of them. One
has was recelred jesterday from
Sacramento that has a record for
WOOL MEN WILL
' CONSIDER MARKET
WASHINGTON, June 17. West
ern bankers and sheep rsneher were
asked Saturday to meet' at Chicago
on June IT to consider means for re
establishing a market for wool and
for giving financial aid to the pro
The conference, called by Senators
VNh, Montana; f'lttman, Nevada;
Kink. Utah; Hitchcock, Nebraska,
and Chamberlain, Oregon, will con
stder creation of a fund from which
loans may be made to the wool pro
ducers. Telegrams asking attend
ance at the conference were sent by
the senators to the governors of fed
eral reserve banks at San Francisco,
Kansas City and Minneapolis and to
officers from the National Wool
saaseatlng'a , number of redoubtable Growers' association. The senatora
titers and la expected to give a hard also extended a blanket Invitation to
taaale to the man who tries to tame 'bankers and wool growers generally
In the west.
Governor Harding of the federal
reserve board suggested the confer
ence, explaining In a letter to Sena
tor Walsh that In 1914 the bankers
and southern cotton growers re
able through creation of a loan fund
Ito stimulate the cotton market. The
I conference. Governor Harding sug
jgested, should be "with the view of
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NEW YORK. June 17.-One of lb.,-""" out, .ome plan which would ,
.,..,Jn circumstance, in the III. "mr. fof woo, , ,,.,,
of ayacbt racer and prodigiously sue- wUh nnu o.
cful trophy hunter I. the fact that' tMj. woo, wn,e , mwat.
mot every cup Is a cup. ', a ro,rkct..
At least that is the opinion of Mrs.
Barton, "associate" skipper of Sir t . . ... , . ...
-. I , ..- . .;.... ,.! The lock-out declared by the em-
4SV1UBV blIWU a U4C,l VMp vw
tender, Shamrock IV, who is here to
Vuln Iia- KtiaHanfl Pantaln A. M.
-!l . .u i. ui-K ment. causing a
fSfiriUD, fj ivr m uufu; "nun .
has reposed west of the Atlantic
lac 1855, Her paradolcal sounding
opinion was uttered very seriously.
"Happily some of them are salvers.
ployers at Barcelonla, Spain, threw
daily loss of wages
of about $3,000,000.
' The mayor, the prosecuting attor
ney, and Bve others at Uunlcer Ind.r
I were convicted ot' using the malls to
laf,i.if In lwntv fiu, lntmlvln-7
tea services, and what not." she sald.t
"Imagine the housewifely task of, '
polishing something like a thousand
caps ot embossed silver."
I ""''There could be nothing more out
Having the cups Is very fine, Mrs. of place on a racing yacht than an
Burton says, but the real Joy of the excitable, unstrung woman. 1 am al
thing Is the race. Since her marriage, I ways perfectly calm and confident
Mrs. Burton has not mined a rare) and enjoy It thoroughly,
with her husband, who declares he'd , "During my first experiences in
as soon fall a race without his topiall
aa leave his wife behind.
Mrs. Burton was reticent as to the
araclae sea duties of an associate
"1 stand in the companlonway Just
yacht alllns I used to get s bit per
turbed and wrought up and I suppose
there will never again be anything so
thrilling as the first one ot all, when
we raced an old facbioned seven-ton
affair but that was long ago."
beyond the wheel and I always know I Mrs. Burton has full confidence In
feat everything la coming oat right
and that we are going to win," she
Maally. explained. 4
She aald she sever auffered from
nervousness and never, never; dream
4 of sakisg suggestions to her has
haad or In any way distracting bis
attention from the minutiae of his
duties aa helmsman.
the speed of the latest Shamrock
which Is unlike any yacht that has
ever sailed for the America trophy,
"It is not In the. least like any
other yacht that was ever made," she
sds!::c3, "but my duccI -Du I
believe It Is invincible, and we count
on winning that coveted mug this
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city preserves this tone of friendship the wedding preparations Is to dec
and order. Strangers at they go orate a camel with the handsomest
along the streets, or visit the shops,' trappings, which are sent to the
are treated wltb kindly concern. Th.i bride's tent On ehls she goes forth lextends partly aero the chrek, the
Turkish officers salute courteously to receive congratulations of rela.i material used being the soot from
'and there Is no glint of hostility in then and friends. It Is on this shu Isjburnlng birch bark. The fare Is cut
jthe eyes of the Turkish soldiers car- carried awuy by the female relatives! and the black rubbed In. Aflerwurds
rjing their new rifles. I recently dls- of the bridegroom. She and her at-Jlt Is washed In a solution of ash
trlbuted them by Colonel DJefer Tay- tendnnts feign to resist the net by 'iiark liquor to m the color. With-
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ADHAN'IOPLE. larace. May 22.
(By Mall). The decadence of the
two centuries, present political and
economic disintegration, wars wlth-
iout end, and an uncertain future, (1r, am, n0,0 am poverty of Con
have been unable to destroy tho In- atantlnople. There Is none of the
effable charm the Turks originally clamor of Constantinople's street cars
,gave to this city of eighty odd thou- am automobiles. There art- n few
sand souls. Adrlanople Is still u holy raBRt, beggar children who beslego
city in faith and In appearunce. to- he Mrancer hut for tho most part
manco still abides here. Adrlanople endures lis slmbby gontll
"Tho Orient is the only placo left ty with prldo und calm. Here there
to Europe where cities seen at closu aro none of ti, fallt-n houses mid
ranee aro beautiful." remarked JiiIhs ,i.,.iv .irniM u,mm. rhnmriiirim ihn
,Sebotln. a French avlntor, while vis- majority of tho cities of Asia Minor
.Itlng the most beautiful of all, Any ,,ny lho cUy mny ,urprlao Iho
movrjues, Slnan'a masterpiece here. wor,(, by ,renieni,ou, maMcre. but
jthe mosque of a thousand windows mcanwhIo , KOt!H on a, imooh.
,but ono. erected at the order of bul- y u 10 fow of ,no rycr)l
tan ae..m n, in iu ii ..;. , Un(Ioubtedy the life of Adrlansple
1I1U llll llllj.iciui. u. y.,w . .r(,hl .. ,,n, ,,. m.orv
Is no doubt that the sllktn glove n ""' noraiue peculiarity
hides the nailed fist
The decadence of Adrlanople gos
at a dignified pace. There in llttlo
or ncne of the setthlng squalor and
are not ronaldered attractive, and
about the Ainu women of Japan Is !"" matrimonial prospects am
that they have tattooed upon their quite Injuied
had been cne of Infinite beauty. Ar-
which eeimB to fling' Inevitably to
riving from across the lofty Ilalkans y,rf ,,,,, lt,,C( k.t.py Orlon but 0l
in an a.rpiane, tue c.ty uu u , hu ,y , ,,tranKt.r BW. ony
with a rush,' a place of spires, and ,hft .hurm
slate domes and red roofs, planted at
the Intersection of three rivers. It
bad been a welcomed sight. It had
come at tho end of a four hours' ride
and It was Journey's end to a tired,
Seen from aloft, the city, surround
Pruycra aro called from the min
arets, as of old; also the old and new
bazaars do a slender business In sell
ing American and European calicoes
and homespun cloths and Turkish
silver-mounted pipes and cigarette
ed by poplara at Its outer rim, ita hc,,,er,, Tn"- Iunk- Pa88'n "
twit, iumuui;in i ui VJPUt niit'ii uiciu
aro laekJng ttiey uwap with each
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bouse gurdena within the city Hhow
Intv twrtmn vlncH nn1 fInivrH. Itn nut
lying fields hare, aroused memories 0,h"' nfU)r tno ""W mnnnor of n"
of Mardln on the mountains, Dlar- tl10 0rlcntl
bokr by the Tigris and hosts of other I Decadonco Hecmii to havo height-
Turkish cities, always Bleeping In cae i "cauty or tlio majestic old
beauty, whether visited by aunshlnu 'noi'iue of Sultan llayzld. Tho wln
or moonllKht down arc broken In, tho locks lira
The longer tho btay In Adrlanople, lusted In tho doors, tho grass Is grow
tho inoro tho charm of this beauty ' " hetwecn tho flagatonoa, tho
grews,, a churm that Is as great afoot fountain In tho court no longer
nH aloft. plasties Its wutcra In tho sunshine
Adrianoplo Is a city that haH tho and tho Interior of tho mosquo Itself
tone of country friendship about lt.l slowly deteriorating. Kow wor
not unlike a county Beat of-tho south, ahlppors como hero but on the drowsy
The tenter of the agricultural ex-. Friday afternoons, tho Mussulman's
change .business of eaatorn and west- day of worship, como a dovoted band,
ern Thrace, it Is frequented by peas-'"' musicians and singer. The avl
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from Paris and bought up all the
While no day knows what the next
may bring forth la the way of o-
ator and the Associated Press corre
spondent stumbled upon this group
as they turned to go away, one of the
red fezed band came anil saluted with
the lovable simplicity of tho Turk and
eald "Allah esmarladlk," "May Qod
abide with you."
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