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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1920)
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Fourteenth Yenr No. 3954
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1920
Votors of tho Klamnth Irrngatlnn
lUtrlct balloted yentenlay (in the
question of whnlhnr or not tlif dla
trlct should enter Into supplemental
contract with thn United State gov
nrament for Urn nitwwillturo of
fllC, 000 for bettnrmont. Imprnvn
meat and rnplacomitnti In the Irri
AecorillBK to unofficial relurna tho
garters endorsed tbn proposed eon-
Jtraet and expenditure by a vote o( 65
S to I. Tbn vote bjr precinct was-
"No. I, 9 for and 4 against; No, 2, 5
for and mine against, No. 3, C for
and nono agaliuiti No 4. t4 for and
none agalniti No. C, 6 for and I
againaii no, n, io ror ami i againai .;j
Tho nipundlturoii undr thn con-'
tract would bo for lb rnwnl of ltt
Henlny and Adama tinny, the n -
largemnnt of the Nun l-akn. ! ,
valley and nTral other ranal. and
"'"' '"i""" "'"""".
WwW?rT?w rr?T wtr Dn a Dr.
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Tho dlrortor of the Klamath Irrl-
cation dlatrlct limn received from , iMifore their diiparlun Confurvncc
thn government a ropy of the con 'on th tnnttnr w.tn undnrtaken In
tract under which It U iiropunod that day
the dlntrlct abalt take ovur tbn otinr-
atlon and maintenance of the pro
No ntatoment In rvgird to the
contract wo given out other than
that It would be taken up at tbe
mriellac nf thn board nnxt week and
considered fully llijfore that Unit
It waa felt Hint a statement baiod on
a more peruxal ot tbn contract might
ho premature and lead to wrong con
clusions. CRATER LAKE ROAD
OPEN BY WEEK END,d..o.
"I luft Crater lake this morning
and got In Klamath Full for break-
fust," said Alijx Sparrow, uM)rln-
tondeut of tb.t Crater lako national
..l .nl . ..ii.h.,1 I,,,.!, -....,..'.
i..n, . .. iMin i !" "
bad to admit It was pretty good time,
The park suporlntendrnt, who re
turned to the lake soma time this
afternoon, report that thn road U
open within a half tnlle of 'the rim
and that by Saturday automobiles
will bo abln to go tho whole distance,
He also reported that Afford I. t'ark-
harst, proprietor ot tbe Crater lako
lodge, had arrived from Portland,1
f and was ready for business.
Tbo majority ot tourist who havo
VfcvUlted the rrk thin spring cans In
froai tbo Medford side because flf'thu
' xtrm go nhrtag? on this aldn. It
Klamath wants tho trade thny niuat
got gas, aald Mr. Sparrow.
Good beef sold for a ent' a pound
i tho relgu of Queen Elisabeth In'
BOOT A.V H tWf Vfcftt) "N
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KANSAS .CITY, Mo , Jiiii.i 2.1 ,
In n telegram sent from I'll-
' eblo, Colorado, from u train
hearing Mliuinurl deleKitlon to
t In Demurratlo national ennren
tlon, HiirrlM A. Jenklmt, Kunxti
City clergyman nnd JoUnnill.it,
aiirmuiicixl (tint hit haw definite-
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s,n:r?v:;;::7J,jr".t.:ir..iiwy me which k.ra
,..,.l. i. lVfUWi V'ltvilT .,7
Kan Krnnclivo coovimtlon for
thn prvildentlal nomination.'
BE HERE JULY 8
ti,. I.. i
. UnU,, h,,,, noM), of rf,prl,,,
tttloa. among thorn Congroiwmau N
"" m''iumimiiiiw wvaiuuitini u
Hlnnott, will urrlvo In Kliunntli
r.liu (in llli. .Vf.ninv tr.iln Jinv T. ni l
irortllnic to a ti-li-rram run-Wcil br it
ri N'..wll, projiicl muagir Tin
VMtiiri tilan to ntmml tU fiirnnnim '
.Tinuiirn .nail in niit-nil mr- lurivniiiiii
jy s ,n loekm: orrr tint projuct
..- .- ...
nnil envo lniiniJluti.lr ntlur noun
Ii-ntatlvoly at I o'clock tor thn Crater (,
I .uk i national park.
l'linn am linlni; conaldirm for :i
v.iui.llnH tin. .ti.iin.ij .ilu... i
Him form .if i lnniiiiPt on lk ....ni...r '
of tlittlr hrrlvnl, of a noua luncheon '
An nrrhfattFit thnl llu mnnttinpai ah.'
... fl . ,,, I
ivrt will orrrton anrthlntf Ihat K1auil
nth Fall has listened to will give It
pr.iiuier 'ivrfotmunto tonight at the
Moonu hall In tho form of a public
Thn orrh.iatr.a In a six-piece
jorgnnliatlon mid every mumbor Is an
sirtlnt All ccmo from San Francisco
J0iul it is
Htn ununta i im
i ,. I
ZCZ?;r T, '-"rWiub-i
e, Kin,.' to make Klamath J-'alla
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iioauiiunner im suaimer. All
.towns and cities In the vicinity will
Tho mom hern have secured a lease
on the Wilson Wikty homo la' Hot
Springs for living quarter,
The "Winged O" I tbo Insignia ot
tbn Olympic club In Han Francisco,
and I a synonym for talent in all
lines undertakitn m, I geuorally
Tbn personnel of tbo orchestra eon-
slsta of Bateman A Batemaq, who ant
'junt off tbe orchestra circuit. Thoy
aru Mr, ami Mrs. J
par oxoellnnce on half a down differ
ent Instrument, bat playing thn sax
ophone and trombone rnspoctlvnly In
Jimmy Abraw, baajblst, I one ot
the Olympic club stars. So I Dert
Klngof tbo trap. Hugo Olaea, pi
aalat, boa hea pUjrlng .during tho
winter at the St. Franel hotel in Ban
Frandlflco. "Meg" Rulck, .vlolloUt,
In. an Olympic 'club mouiber.-
Tbe orcheatra arrived lost night
from flan Francises' by auto. They
broke tbelr two day trip at Shasta
Springs, where they entertained thn
reHort'H gunstH so well that next
inornlng tbn proprietor vuiuntarlly
canrollnd tho bill for mnahi and Imlg.
Tonight tho oiienlng at Mooso hall
In scheduled. Friday night thn or
chestra will piny fur tho Klkn' damn,
and arraiiKOtuunln urn lining mailo for
othur euKUKetutintH to fill tbo wonk
SHERIFF GETS TASTE
OF' OWN MEDICINE
For tho flrut tliun since last yonr
tho city enfforrf ware today swollen
by contribution from traffic of
(nndera. I'olleo Judge, A, U. Loavitt Imposod
a fine of 5 each on Sheriff Oeorgo
Humphrey and W. K. Drown for'drl?
ing.nt, night without tail lights. And
ajjne.ot flO, was tho pried Oharlaa
H. Manning 'paid tor breaking, tbo
speed Uw.1 '' ' '',' r '
ufVi tho arrosu. , ." ,, .
HEW RAILWAY I
i i i rein ! i.niii
. ---. -mm-, m. sh -mrnrn. -m m -m-rn m an
l'llllAim fnni. M Unnmitlr-
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fiui III null h iiiiai'ii viLirn uuriiip inn
dint week uprimd to IUnnnb, II tin-
Join, today with CO Chicago, Hurllna ni poMunior, arrived .hero at 12:05
ton & Quitter and Chkago, Mil wati .thin afternoon, Tbe airplane dropped
!kn A 8t. I'd ill employs out, Ths'a mallaack attoebxd to n'paracboto
nltuatlon flM tvlicirt In wenturn atati'a'witnoat ultilcultr and tbn made a
W.AHIIINOTON, June 33. Preal
dent Wllaon Mnt n mraaage toJay to
ithn railroad labor board, at-Cblcago,
urging that It make an immediate
nward In the wuge tontroreray, Tbe
tint of J
ot (he nicMUHgn waa not
the Whlln llounc.
CIIICAOO, June 21 T;o railway
.... ..,..., -....w ... . ,.- nf
l,,,cr board' dccliilon revlalng the
wn""" ol " railroad cmployeca will
P'obnbly b luinrtcd down within Ihd
, fc... ..t.. .
""" lwo w" 'I waa indlrafd at
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I Telegraph Tabloid
"''. Jno -a
"n wcr" r,P"rt,,,, "l,,(,'
Wurtiimburg, In tho course of n riot-
oi.m iletnoiifitratlon m.-iilnit. tho high
Cunt of food.
LONDON, June 23. Tho forma-1 period that he was aloft. Father ber men said today that they expedi
tion ot n i.w Oerruan cabinet ia're-'wauih accompanied Father Marshall, ed little Immediate effect, althokgh
parted In n dispatch printed la a latn
nilltlon (it the Times Ihla taoralng.
U)NIK)NOKIlRY, June 3J- Lon
'lijmlerry was ngaln tbe sccae of riot
ing todr, Al 9:30 o'clock this morn-
laia tflerKIIntr Mtx- mltin' mm l.lliH.uin
ttto opponiojc pfirtU)!, UnlonlM anil
f ....... .'
(Nationalist, who shot over barri
cades crrctcd at various vantage
NKW YOIIK. Junn 23. Olmbcl
itmithers, operator ot large depart
ment stores hero arid controled by In
""ul" " """." i7
oiriou in -vi
counts for profiteering
1.08 ANUULKS, June 23 A alight
earthquake at 4 o'clock tala morning
was foil, chiefly in tho soathnra sec
Hon of tho city. In Inglewood, which
Nustalned heavy damage from Mon
day's shock, the tremor today rattled
buildings hut caused no damage.
PLAINTIFF IN DAMAGE
... CASE NON-SUITED
The suit of Mr. Lettle ittbriilge
versus tbe city of Klamath Falls, waa
dismissed today on aoa-ult motion
ot tho defendant.
It I said that Mr. Kthrldga will
appeal tho case to a higher' court,
The amount aakod' was for f 2,500,
far alleged persoaal injury.
Court adjourned today ant! June
25, when the caae of J. P, Iee versus
U. K. Kearas, ad action for damage
for .alleged failure on contract, will
FLNUCY'fl OAR POUND
Tbe Hudson "Six" belonging to
Rosn Finlny, which was stolen last
wook In Ashland, has bi'on recovered.
Tho tlilovf bnil gotteu only n fev
miles from Medfdrd when they hnd
u bronk-down nnd bad to bo towed
into that city for repalrn, Tho car
wiin recoKnlced mid recovered, but
tbo men got nwny.
I,Ul' K1C1IIH TO hi'kae;
Professor J. n. Bears cf the de
partment ot education, Lelanu Stan
ford University, will epeak on the
proposed consolidation of Midland,
Hummer nnd Miller Hill, school dis
trict on Friday evening Juno 25,
1980, at 8 o'clock at tbMiller Hill
aohool. i i
PTotoasor Sears is wellkanwa in
California educational clnlotY art la
thoroughtly familiar wltiMko. mb-
tAnl Im Okaa "
r-y. r . . , I ,. V I
It to hoped that Jl;PrWU IUn
eot4.:4 ho; propoMd i
. Y ' 'it
WtUjAUBM )M aotBB(
klbTMl If I. Inn. 1 H no-In I
., i.or.,d.-Tho MhoffW.ir.
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(fiiiii)', vitu i'lA&iirr ill '14 inuiifiiuai ,
and H. I', (inimban cf Klamath Kalla
Tbe avlatora flan to apead large
part ot the tfttraoea here. A goo4
( landing field Im -fceea oecured aadt
ingnia wiin poamnger are Deing
Mr. Uuy Merrill waa tbe flrrt Mer-
rill rcaldnt to take an aerial ride.
Th necond Daaaenger taken ap waa
Mm. K. J. Lawrence.
Tbe Meyerhoffer plane, carrying
parwnnrnni and educational literature
In 1hi Intereat of tho campaign to
rnmo iiuo.uou lor me tmoiic acaa-
i. - -..-...
(bopped off tbe local field about
Today waa not Katrjer Marahall'
.first riporlcnre In flying an be went
Several txtr- up yenterdoy and reported last ivcn-to bo effected further lo a. large ex
lod al Ulw, In ing that bu thoroughly enjoyed the tent, although a. ten per cent redue-
eonimtlon. lie said tbnt the view of
tbe city from rald-alr was so beautl -
.. -.., ...... ...... -.. u .ra-.ocmtt m ri-iaii inraper iraue ii
I fill and iutorcitlng that no thought! to b Imnnd to hsrs ssssc cScei.
of dnorvr Intruded during the entire' On tbe general Industry here.
fmirlnil Hint Km wa. alnfl V.lli.,l..a h. ...u mjk ..... aw... ..
an the short trip yesterday.
WASIIINOTON. Jun 23. Tho
story of thn American expeditionary
T N NT
force is told in pictures on tho walls Lj 4
of the national mnseum hero in ai
JS1"'- Wl op " the
Drawn from life In paint, pen nnd
Ink or penrll by American artists
commissioned and rent to the front
tor that purpose; tho collection of
nearly COO stsdle detailing almost
every phase of life lathe army over
neas I spread over the walla of half
n dosen great, well lighted room.
It Is a tale ot stirring action which
. An. It.. ...... .I..1...J -
.nwi.b H pwwva infm .ppk
ruined French, villages mod aacrod
forever to 'American because ot
Americaa blood' freely given to tear
tbem from OeVman bonds.- There oro
the homely, appealing see u-from
bhlnd the lines with, happy-go-lucky
youngsters cf Pershlnaj'- division InJ
billet mixing among the people of
France, tho tery old and the very
young peopled Here-and there aro
grim remlndora ( tho great tragedy,
in group of huddled dead la wrecked
enemy trench overt-which, tbo tlda
ot victory bad. poured. Again, half
glimpsed through a downpour of
ruin, a trudging, sodden infantry
column is moving onward through a
ma of mad a the nrtiat saw it; or aa
endless line ot woary gaa teams
drug forward th battories to blast
tho road to triumph.
At ono point the artist caught nnd
hold for his follow rouiitrymen tho
lirenthleos tenuity ot a forest outpost,
peering through tbu lntify vcroen ot
IiIh covert toward the enemy lines,
IiIb rltlu liuggod close with fingers
clinched about tho trigger; ut an
other a slash ot light from n halt-
opened door has painted on tho
screen ot night Just a blnt at n
columii,"trampng on toward battle,
just u young faro or two in tho lino,
weary, dirty but with jaws grim cr.t
with purpose. Again it is a hospital
that has gripped tho artist Imagina
tion, a twisted, writhing from undnr
the tumbled blanket with agony In
every Hue and over it the stonly
eyed surgeon or tho merciful figure
ot an army nurse.
in room around tbo picture dis
play are sapvja alt' the eouattee
thing with which Uuarawali the
aavy dealt a )ka war; tharawaa. the
bomb,, the aaVormaof aakeaaoVoa-
Oonaaa war mr'sl amaam
IIHYAN HAVH WII.HO.V
MNCOI.N. Junn 23-nla-
cunning pnnnlbln Domocratlc
prcaldontlal candldutui, William
J. liryan, In an article In the
Commoner today, doclaren that
fiirmor Hocretary of tb Troaa-
! ury McAiloo la handicapped n a
4 randldato by hin clor5 relation-
nhlp with the preildunt, "while
Prealdcnt Wllwm hlmaelf," aaya
I.. II A . t.
A tt.i. . . . .'
ed from the lut of candidate.
.hnm ripn rnn.IHr. I. A
KANSAS OTY. Mo. June 23.
A reneril reunion nf ahnul l .,'"" J""" ue Dill Decaoo
cent In the prlee of lumber waa tod7r
j mado cffectlre at
, yards here. The
rrom flt0 t0 atten dollars per thou
Ical retailers reduced the price
ii,.!. ...,, . ..-...
of tbelr stock ten per eoat Heveral
darn nito. conneouontlir do nnt .m.pi
tlon In Kansas City, nn Important
.u - ninr nf n.mii i,imi.r i,i i. ti
. w ---- ..-- w. ..w mm m.,
later the result might be notleeahle.
They cxptalnfd this by saying that
raoro than three-fourth of tho local
lumber output la marketed ,aa a'-ln-Ish'ed
product. tpiSt a J wladow
sashes,- dcorsrboi' shook, ete. At
At present tbefe Is an enormous de
mand for boxes and also demand for
other manufivi'tre.J Juraber prodacta
and as long as this demand ccmtlnnts
the priro of the local lumber that
goes through the box factories to
market will not be" materially affect-
TAMMANY LEADER AND
riirp n-riirnr trirrrrit
. . t w..w m.wmifpjn is Biaue to rover ttie moving of
Msrwvnnif t,,n. -i r-i-M. v eertaln. " building, that' a
m H mm H w rj. '
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sVft4iKw TnmMnfW lnlJn -mw-m k
oxtraordiaary grand jury, which ha
boen investigating alleged attempt
of Murphy to Intimidate Louis N.
Hartog, manufacturer, Into returning
11125.000 which he Invested In tbe
U.4na MaMw Jh.I.. Iltm waw
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With Murphy were indicted Assist
ant District Attorney t James E.
Smith; John A. McCarthy, the former
business partner ot John Murphy,
brother ot Charles F. Murphy, and
Arthur J. Baldwin.
MOtMtK TAKES nLAKK .
FOR CrlAlTFFEUrVH BLATINO
iPORTLAND, Juno 23
Jtoore, held as a participant, la the
mttrdor of Harry Dnhinsky, aa auto-
mohlle driver, 10 days ago, has
""", ".,"', "' " "' " " iThcy teel that It is th
tbo sir men Indicted yesterday by an' -,t ... . .. .
a statement, according to-tho-dlatrletlp,,,, tho j,, j tKe owner el
attorney's office, taking, upon himself
tho blamo tor tbo crime and oaoaor
ating Russell Brake, whom he impli
cated -as the actual murderer la the
alleged previous statement.
KKSKHVATION COUPLE WED
Francisco Rodrlquea of Ueat'ty,
nnd Mlf KM era Williams ot Yulnax,
were ninrried this afternoon by tho
Rev, K. P. Uiwrenco. They will
make tholr homo on a ranch near
lloatty. Tho brldogroom la n native
ot tho Philippines but has resided In
thin country for 16 years. Ills bride
is an Indian maiden.
Theso form a striking setting for tho
oplc tala tho war artist have pic
tured, probably tho only such record
ovor nssembhid for it began with tho
army uud runs on to the departure
ot tho homeward transport at the
Artists who made the pictures, all
ot whom hold the rank ot eaptala In
the American expeditionary force, in
clude Wallace Morgan, Ernest Pelx
otto, Julius. Andre Smith, Harry K.
Towasead.', Harvey Dana, Waster J.
quncaa, all of New York city; WU
llam J.'Alward,-airport.:ir. Tv.
fOarr-M . HdrdaacrWyaaawaod. Pa.
ama pm hhihh '
: CDLIfJCIL WITH
; PEEVISH MOTWE
Accnaatlona that tho city council
waa octtiated by a dealro to "mtk
leven" for defeat, temporarily a
'leoat, of tho wlre-coltln ordlnaaM
:wh,Ch "M !etUr?e .maF th "
"" uj n.R.u, .re Ming I
by the rebel wing of the etty he
SBOtlBK fraternity, la? regard to tk
dollar fee which the coaaeit decreoaV
Monday night meat be paid for ay
written permit before a morlng coat
tractor coald start morlng a houoe. I
The rebel wing of tbe eontractsem
'carried on a vlgorona fight against
i tbe ordinance, Introduced ea motiaak.
of the three local utllltlea, the pewetv i
telephone and telegraph compaaleav
They bare placed the mayor on ree-
T. " "I,,M ftre not "' -
j.,, , ,hi,s - i.'. .
" "" "-" io-ini.tn mm
l-VU. .. L. ..- .. -. . a .
" " Minimi bi njojii sz reM
above the ground. In many casea at
is AAxerted that wire an only 10 r.'t
12 feet aboro the ground, and aha
al(aa avaaHilu .a1.l-l-' tk. -
IV' r"! , T.w !Tz
or nls refusal to coacar with th.
couaeil And sign tbe ordinance vrhlem .
tbe council, so easily adopted, potato
out that It would N manifestly a 4
Just to place, upon the mover tho A
, pense of raising or euttlag tho wttaa fi
,thaj are below the apecUadlaBal
height. , - jj
la cRect tbe charge of Uso'tnovwa y
hi that, the council, hjMoa)f to thda
dlreeUoafnow seeks'te paay ore am ?
eaharraaa tho Jawrocttoauowi'my g
peUy tactics the ratukdiahmoat slg
iBo dollar fee lor, A wrNh
,'JTJsoj Bmi oat that air i
ordinance a ho'semovdFnri
to deposit 1250, to guarantee
mehi for possible Injury to atracAa '
nad 'sidewalks, .for nvery 'halMtes .
that he contemplates moving. Tho .
feel that this sum should bo ramv '
i lent to carry the written permit Iff
the council sincerely deems the per- 4
mlt accessary, but regard the whom
transaction a nn nttompt tovheckm ,
and embarrass them.
They hold thr.t when tho $250 da-
...sufflclent record has been mado.
anthorUles to consult that record tff
they feel that therp I any violaloa ,
and that a certain house, Is bolag
moved without the rcqarred'depoalt.
Quite a bit ot local ralereit to foH.
in the "war," generally, brhore to a
'general epidemic ot hoaso. saoviac ,
and the mover' occupation la la tha
claw of essential induslrhm. Th
public interest spring' from oevoral
seurces: I Persons having aeaaaa ta ':
move ot coarse have a direct tater-
Kit. and any attempt to hamper tha
coatractora is a direct assxaK of tha
owner's poeketbook. For laataaoo.
If the mover Is tied up la a thagw, ot
red tape and finds after he gets atari- '"'
ed on' the Job that he mast bar e
hi crew for several hour whim h h
vMts tho Adrndalstratloa hnlldtac
4d ravels himself, the crew draw
the bulhllng pays oat 15 to ilia -while
aot a wheel turn. Then thara
are others whose interest, wnlle aot
direct. Is still vital, consisting ot a., ?
desire to see the Improvement! tho
.town facilitated by tho removal ot
antiquated structures nndv their re-'
placement with modern buildings
that go to build up n real homo con
nuinlty. SCHOOL BUILDING
At a meeting-of tho school board"'
Inst night bids were opened tor bonds
and contracts for tho building ot a
new school building on the Catholic,
' IB4tp the short time that yraa
gives) for 'figuring, the contractors
were.unable to put complete bids la..
No awards were made and tha xaeetr
lug Adjourned until next Friday whsa.
the bids will be considered.
talriUaat freM la oaiar i
the OKtresie osM'vrarsaor
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