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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1920)
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OFFICIAL I'APICIt OF
Fourteenth Year No. 3955
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1920
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There Mill In) II meeting of til" lllj
, rector or dm chamber of roinmerro
)nt tlio rooms on Klftli street n( 5 p, m.
not Tuesday, Juno 29, nt which anv
oral matters of Intercut will lie con
' sldered, among other some arrange
uiuntn roiinUiiiil In tlin coming of
the congressional committee which
will arrive hero nt 7 30 p. in., Juno
7, to look out the Klamath reclama
All thn din-dors, who poislhly can,
should bo on tin nil without rail. Un
to ro tlin directors' meWlng nn Tues
day some of tlm hurenu who ham In
hand prohlitniN of great Interest to
tlio community will pruhalily meet to
confer together no na to bo nliln to
report at tlio directors' meeting.
CHANGES IN O. A. C
OHi:no.s Amtictri.Tt.MtAi, cm..
I.KOJ". Corvallls. Juno H. filaff
changes In thn department or nnlmal
husbandry nt tho college havn been
II. v Itodcnwold of tho depart-
ment of animal husbandry of thn Cnl-
vcrsltv of Nebraska has been nu-
pointed asUtant prufnMiir to fill thn
vacancy caused through transferrin; wasi lour acres oi iunuurn ju
O. M. Nelson, associate professor of must havo kept nn accurate record of
aiilmnl lnnbandry. tu nnlmal bus- planting d.it"i. till!"- and harv.-ithig
Usndry astenslon where ho will tako methods. Thn exhibitor must nlso
thn place of V. J FJi'ldsted. (display sunflower htiadi, utalks and
Or. l-irl II. Oiboru was elected ns-jsuiiflnwnr viisllagn. The ctutesl v III
slstaut (irofeiMiir of nnlmal husban- bu Judged upon both production per
dry to succeed Hale C Itlchards. I)r acre, a certified by an imperial com
Oibnrn U well knovni In Oregon mitten, nnd upon tho nxcelluiico of the
IhroiiKh his work as deputy stale 'crop exhibited. .
vnlerlnarlan. lln ha been In prlvatnt
practice at IVtulletou nod Athena.
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ouring the war he served ns a vet-
HTIlANtil.'K I.NJt HUH IN
I'AIJj AT HATH HOUHH
A stranger from I'orlland, said to
be nf Orcek nntlvlty, was Injured nt lions of the Wallowa county farm bu
thn bath huiiso this morning when irniu last yoar raised sunflowers for
ho slipped as ho leaped from thn 'nuslluKu which uas fed to range cat
spring hoard and fell backward,! tin, sheep and dairy stock. Tho ro
striking l'l liead nnd neck against 'sulta showed that sunflower ensilage
tho sldo of thn tank. was nn economical fend Tho farmers
Ho was brought to thn Warren j Mating thomselvos that two tons of
Hunt hnspltnl by M. A, Mann, pro-nsllagu replaced n ton of hay and
prlotor of thn baths. His iiamo could that because of tho largo ylolds which
not bu obtained by tho hospital 'could hu raised tho sunflovtvra wero
authorities ns hn was nnconnclous 'RulnR a long way toward solving their
and apparently has no .friend hero winter feed question, and nlso reduco
to Idoctlfy him . tho cost of livestock production. Sun-
' j flowers are especially appreciated In
OAIIINKT IIKAIM WIMi that county a tho winter feud iiues-
VIXIT FA It NOirril(ton has been n serious one In the
fWASHINiTTON, I). C Juno 34.
Ilartnn Payne, secretary of the In
to'rior, nnd Jos.ophu Danlols, socro
Ury of tho nnvy, will go to Alaska
oxt month to study condition thoro
relative to their respective develop
tent. MICKIE SAYS
7 HIVM WM. OQV.VN.
H ucsfs ik ooorj ONl
UBN- "THC M VAO
OOStNt KOVERt61 vAS
knovj u auMMtas
out mjboo ttt ooe,
PORTLAND. Juno 21, Tlio
Hlirlnor selected Allaiilln City !
Imliiy fur tlin ntttt convention
city. No other liivltiitlomi worn
reivlved Tlu I'otoiilatit ubdl-
rated tililiiy to tlio roHii queen,
tlio annual rono festival sup-
planting for tlm tluy Interest In
tho fez wearers, Thn Imperial lth tlio appearand) hero of ono nUnr
council complnti'd It business, 'another of tho men who nrp to play
grunting three rharlHrn to new I tlin leading- parts In tho quadronnlul
temple. Tlio specials taklnK 'drama,
'tho visitor houiu will gln j In whisperings Imlilud thn aenno
movltiK out of Portland lulu to- thn iuiitlnn of thn pjrty' policy to
day, " ward hiiun-dry prohibition continued
4'tobit thn If Ik tticmo of aitltatloo with
iironniT 1m fcr n flrht on tho convun-
Thn auuflownr In reculvlii morn
rtTOKnlllon cnry day im u vuluabln
f.irm crop In uantiTti Ori-Kon It hm
l",,", ''"" furth.tr Into tho limn-
"' recently by being listed mining
'" standard farm crops In th" offl-
'rial latalog of tho Wallowa county
air uasu pruim nrn uunn-u iur nr
"'"rs In both thn Irrigated and dry
i divisions To Imi eligible to ox-
lilhll the farmer must havo grown at
A large number of farmers In Wal -
'owa county feel tht tho development
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of wtinflowers as n farm crop Is the
most vuluabln agricultural develop-.
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uro concerned slncv the Introduction
of ulfulfa Their opinions are based
upon I net nxperieiiw! ui ii ui iiiuiri
itnii number, who under tho dlrec-
I county. Tho rangn will support np-
proximately 65.090 hoad of shoop' NASHVIM.K, Juno 24. Suffrage
and 25.000 hoad of cattlo togothor n0pes rallied today whon It was
with 2.000 or 3.000 hoad of liormta ' uarnod thnt oovornor IlolMtrts plan
during tho sumiuor, but tho hay sup- noj t0 call .n special suasion of the
ply Is vory froquonlly too short for (,Bgiatunj to act on 4ho federal suf
wlntorlng this amount of livestock, traK0 amondmcnt, following recolpt
und ahlpment to Idaho for foodln Is of a tologram from President Wilson
rronitontly noccssary. This uaa been
found In many years an unprofitable
Deschutes county has also found
tho sunflower a valuablo crop and
about 600 acres uro being grown
thoro this Boason for onsltago pur
poses. Smaller acreage of sunflow-
ura nro bolng grown in Union, Kmm -
ath, Wasco, Morn und l.nko counties
an n part of the program of the
county farm bureaux or tho county
COSTLY CHUNK OF
METAL IS SOLD
DKNVKIl, Colo., Juno 24. What of "'In weok nnd mndo nnnounco-
Is Hald to bo tho IiiikohI ploco of rnd-j''t fr tho orgunlxaflon of n Sun
turn In tho wtM was purchnsod ro- 'lay school and preaching sorvlco nt
contly hy 18 leading doctor of Don -
vor for ir.u,r.uu.
It Is to bo iisud In surgical nnd
hmdlcnl troutmont. This partlclo of
rndlum I to wolgli ono-hnlt- of a
grnm. Thoro will bo a plant built In
Donvor for tho preservation otnhls
valuablo mlnorsl, costing about
5,000, Tho llto of radium I esti
mated at J, COO years.
Approval of tho govornmont of tho
purpososfor which tho rudlum were
to bo put bad to be obtalnod aa tho
government controls tho rare mineral,
Al'fillPn M f Wm
GATHER AT S. F.I
HAN I'ltANCIHCO, Juno 2.- Pro-
llmlnitrlcH to thn Uumocrntle national
convention Rot Into tho Inovltnblo
porlod of hurry and acratnblo tcilny
II tlon floor RrowliiR bitter,
1 Arriving; ItMilvra of delegation alao
added Home Imputuii to the dlncuu-
nlon of prealdnntlal candldatoa hut
that subject ntlll remained In tbd
OIL FIRMS. BROKERS
i INDICTED FOR FRAUD
' NKW YOllK, Juno 24 Four oil
'conipnnluii, 10 brokerage Iiouhvh and
u,0t no ndlvlduaU havo hi'cn In-
iCttl by lln fi-drral Kran.l Jury on
ctiurfcnit of imtiiK thn ninlla to dufraud
f mllllona of dollara.
u ,, ,mnied today when tho seals
on u, indictments were ordered
iroki-ii Federal agent throughout
n,,, loutitry. urtt now vngagvil In
rounding up the men Indicted,
Paul Rtark Kcoluy, of Portland,
member of tho Christian Science
board of lectureship, will deliver a
lecture on Christian Science this
evening ul 8 o'clock at Houston's
opera house. Them Is no charge for
udmlasloi) und every ono Is cordially
lHl.l . -Iln. I T
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' ",' ' "Dr,v' " " ""'... a i
erablo reputnt on In Christ an Sc
Joct will ho nuthorltlvn nnd hacked
by tho board of lectureship.
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MONTANA WOOIi CUP
DII.I.ON, Mcnt.. Juno 24. Whllo
Peaverhead county sheepmen nro lis
the midst of shearing, not n single
pound of wool, It I doclared, has
been contracted for. In former
)oar considerable contracting was
dona soon after the first of tho year,
and nil contracting completed before
shoaring commenced. Somo clips
have been purchased by eastern buy
era on consignments, hut tho majority
of growers nru declared to bo reluct
ant to consign until aftor shearing.
WIIJON. TAKfM HAND
IN HUl'TltAOF, FIOIIT
rRnB 8UCn act0n
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno 24.
Assistant Attorney General Frloraon
has advised Oovornor nobcrta of
Tenneaaoo that tho loglslaturo of
that stato could ratify tho suffrage
amondmcnt without submitting tho
'hu,,,,, to tho people
SERVICES AT MILLER
HILL NEXT SUNDAY
Itov. M. P. I.nwronco of Klnmnth
Fnlis nnd lluv. C. It. Martin of Mt.
I,alil vtaltod nmoiiKUho fainllles of
Miller Hill nnd Midland on Thursday
'tho Mlllor Hill Bchoolhouso on Sun
day nftornnou Juno 27, nt 2:30 p. in.
Itov. C. H. Martin of Mt. Lakt will
tako chargo of tho work for tho sum-
Liuor. no la a Rpiondld young man of
fine spirit nnd aggressive activity.
Ho will preach oah Sunday and as
sist In tho Bnnday school, Ror. John
W. Hoyt, Prosbytorlnn Sunday; school
missionary for southern Oregon, will
bo present Sunday to assist in the re
organisation qt the Sunday, school.
Parents and children of tbeae .com
munities are Invited to, attexyti'lhe
sorvloea. . ,
A A rtl I lift II A1
I.ONDONDKIIUY. Jun 2)t Tor
'ror hold away horo yenli'rday and lant
nlKht, with rlfln and ma:hlno cun flro
JnwcvpInK atrcota In tho flcrccnt tlRht-l
InK thus far Iri tho civil war which
bcxan ast Friday botween 1ulonUt
and Nationalist forces,
Hospitals arn being; taind to capac
ity In caring for thn injured. British
troops have arrived In the city and!
their activity has had a quirting ef
fect. Aside from an occasional shot
by n sniper there was no firing up to
an early hour this afternoon.
LEGION DELEGATES .
M. I, Johnson, Pat Parker and
Mr. Vochntior, of Merrill, wro ap
pointed as delegates to tho Oregon
statu convention of tho American
Legion, at the meeting of tho Klam
ath pout Tueiday night. Thoy wero
nil thrco In Franco and saw service
in nevcral of thn biggest Initios. The
convention will he held nt Astoria,
July 3U, 31 and August 1.
Tho building committee also re
ported Tuesday, They recommend-
od that a slto for n club room be sc
j cured from the county nnd that ,l,e(aRangt
., - Annrt 1t...n.l 1... II.a
stale legislature ne eecurvu.
Three new members were elected
and the meeting adjourned.
TO MERRILL IN
unnauon o. ..," " "' '""..upply of distillate In tho northwest
ELEVEN M NUTES
-V '- - - . I gallons through quick action on tho
rtJfcftr . J, Marshall Is eqnlrlpg rt ,tu Huul( a(fr,ura
tho flying habit. Ho longs for thoaKcnt vMeo coun,y 0;,ane(j 5.
6lad day coming when either his Baonl' throegh K. R. Jackson,
wages go up or alrplano prices comolcounty a)5entt anti tno wasco County
dawn and he can have a little aircraft tFarmer un0n
all his own. He wants to twitch tho 1 (jranghoppc,., whch 10 days ago
controller stick with hU own handjwero threatening to dcslroy crops In
and do tho "undertaker's delight" Udon coanty haT0 bcen checked
nnd "slide lo tho morgue" nnd other
nild-alr feats In propria persona
wants to Im a real sky pilot.
Father Marshall went to Merrill
nnd Malln yesterday with Orvar
Sigurd Thorsten Mcyerhoffer as pilot, 1
nnd flew around over the hill tops.
Ho says ho enjoyed tho trip thor
oughly. Today he will fly with Mr.
Meyvrhoffor to Ft. Klamath. Ho
wiints to see all of tho county from
Elovon and one-half minutes after
tho plana hoppad oft tho Mills addi
tion field bore It landed In Merrill,
lleforo leaving the party asked a
friend to phono to Merrill and ar
range for luncheon at the hotel there.
They wero at Merrill and had the
meal halt oaten before the- phone
The decisive all-round victory
scorod by the oppoaonts of the school
board at Monday's school election
moans n new doal In Modford'a
school affairs. Tho new board of ed
ucation will meet within tho next ten
days e,nd organize. The only member
or the old board left Is Edward Jan
noy, Messrs. R. J. Palmer and H. C.
(lurnott having boon recalled. Dr.
10. O. Rlddoll's term expired, and J.
W. Wakoflold, who rnn for ro-oloc-tlon,
Tho now members of tho boird aro
Mrs. Richard Smytho nnd Mrs. Mil
ton Jnnos who ran regularly to fill
tho two vacancies caused by cxplra
ntlou ot tho terms of Messrs. Wako
flold nnd Reddoll, nnd Hoorgo A.
Mansfield and Joseph O. Groy who
wore olocted to supplant tho two ro
As was oxpoctod tho voto drawn
nut at MondnyV election was tho
largest ovor cast In a Medford school
oloctlon, nnd would havo been much
largor had not a hundred or more
citizens boon absent In Portland. In
all, 886 votos woreacast. rModford
PORTLAND, t Jane 34. Cattle
woalc, choice steers ll.60 and $11;
hogs, steady and nnenanged; sheep
steady, li'mbs 9)0.10 an 911; butter
and ay; nnsfcnniM.
NOVELIST WRITES '
OF PELICAN BAY
Tho current "Country Oentlrrnnn"
.... .,,.. .. il.l. ' nm ill . I
tiiiiiiiiun nu urucifj nn i riming rur.
Trout In Pelican liny" hy Zano Grey. I
Mr Oroy nnd a jiarty'of friend spent
several day at Rocky I'olnt and
Crater Lakh last summer In search
0f R00, flshlnj; and adventuro and
tho result U thin boontlng nrtlcle.
Tho author and hla frlcndu" found
IthAt oven (he pelican were binder
and morn' abundant In Klamath than
In othnrplncei, not to mention the
exceptional fish that 'awaited the
angler. In speaking of the country
Mr, Oroy says "This Is Oregon,
you know, and It's a wild country up
OFIEGON AOrtlCUI.TUnAL. COt-I.I-MK,
Corvallls, Juno 24. Emer
gency situations which Involve the
(saving of largo sums of money to
lOrogon (armors arn being solved In
several counties by farm bureaus.
j Kastern Oregon farmers were up
a hard proposition when the
i,Mm erhn.ie,l Thn Kmntiw
farm bureau, assisted byPauI.ka whero she will visit with her son
;'. Maris, now director of the exten
sion service nt tbo college, located a
supply In San Frnnelivn. The farm
bureau under the direction of-Fred
Hcnnlson, county agricultural agent,
'has Just finished tho dlttrlbuaton of
1 100,000 gallons and a second ship
ment of nearly equal size is on the
I road. Morrow county got 70,000
tiiroURh tho efforts of P. H. Splllman
county agricultural agent. Within
two days after tho outbreak occuredj
tno ,,c,,tB had dostroyed 16 ncres of,
EMn In one field. Farmers were,
organized In a hurry with tho result
It took $2000 worth ot poison In
Klamath county-lo get the grasshop
pers under control. The work was
organized by E. H. Thomas, county
agent. Tho money spent In killing
the Insects Is said to be but a drop
In the bucket In comparison with the
value of tho crops saved.
I PERSONAL MENTION I
Allen Lloyd ot Midland underwent
an operation at the Warren Hunt
hospital yesterday. Mr. Lloyd's con
dition Is much Improved, according
Miss Muriel Rltllngs of Chtloqeln
underwent an operation at the War
ren Hunt hospital yesterday morn
ing. She is doing well.
Mrs. J. R. Hagelsteln ot Algoma
underwent a serious operation at tho
Warren Hunt hospital, this morning.
Her recovery Is confidently expected.
Mrs. George Watt, accompanied
by Miw Oeraldlne and Roland, re
turned homo yesterday from San
Francisco. Thoy drovo up from the
City In tholr car.
Mrs. II. J. Wintors and mother,
Mrs. Kllzaboth Hamilton, left this
week for Corning, California, where
thoy will visit Johu Hamilton and
Grant Nelson has accoptod a posi
tion with tho White Pelican garage.
lottn Nou,d returned last night"
from Salem whero alio has boon visit
ing frlonds and relatives for tho Jast
Mrs. J. A. Perry nnd Miss Iro Mc
laughlin, who havo boen spending a
couplo of weeks in Roseburg aro ex
pected in on tonight's train.
Mr. and Mrs. George Detwlllor, ot
Summor Lake, are In town on busl
boss. Mr. Dotwllorls deeply Inter
ested In tho' irrigation project for
Summer Lake valley,
A divorce deoree has been granted
Edna Zuraph from George Zumpb,
by circuit Judge D. V. Kuykendall.
Both reside In Malln.
Wlliard Peyton and family nave
arrived from OartecwrtUt, ' Dh, and
TO BE PLACED
SALEM, 6regon, June 24. Wil
liam K. Purdy, delegate at large from
Oregon at the Democratic national
convention, will go to the convention
with the avowed purposo of placing
the namo of Senator George E.
Chamberlain In line for the Demo
cratic presidential nomination, he de
Purdy also declared that Chamber-,
Iain was the type of man whose se
lection would "offset machine made
blunders at the Chicago convention."
He expects McAdoo'a withdrawal will '
afford him an opportunity to advance
Chamberlain's name. '
ORKGON Tonight and Friday,
fair; warmer In west Friday; west
expect to make tbclr home In Klam
ath Falls In the future. Mr. Peyton
Is a brother of J. Peyton of this city.
Mrs. C. T. Wccden, of Ashland,
came In last night for a short visit
with friends and relatives InKlam
Mrs. Addle Walker, who rcsldei at
tho corner of Fifth and Pine streets.
will leave Sundav mornlne for Al-
tor a few months. It she likes the
country she may1 decide to remain
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Cozad nnd
daughter, Vcrd'a, left this morning
for San Francisco to attend tho Dem
Mrs. G. V. Blnns has gone to Red
ding where, she will visit her brother
who resides oa a ranch there.
Mr, ndVyrii. fy Wilder., left Jhto
morning for Oakland whore they """
will make their homo.
Edward F. N. Vail and W. Norman
Campbell are here from Santa Bar
bara. California, on a fishing trip
and tbey will also visit Crater Lake.
H. D. Hclcdi left this morning .for
Lakevlew where ho will look after
.matters of business
Mrs. A. E. Hodsdoa, Mrs.
Hazel Stevens and daughter,
June Stevens, who have been
,vlsltlng with Mrs. O. E. Moore, left
this morning tor northern points
where tbey will spend somo time be
foro they return to their home In the
F. A. Smith and family, who have
been here visiting with Mrs. Smith's
brother, Walter Smith, for the past
two weeks, left this morning tor
their home In San Francisco. The
8mlth family have not been hem
since 1915 and they found the city
far beyond expectations.
William Bray was a passenger on
the morning train for San Francisco
where be will attend the Democratic
Mrs. V. W. Wlnchefl and Miss
Gale Wlnchell, who have been visit
ing here with Mrs. E. E. Bishop,
have returned to their home la San
Mrs. J. L. Daley, who has been vis
iting here parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3. C.
Bomber, ot this city, left this (morn
ing for her ho'mo In The Dalles, Ore
gon She was accompanied by her
sister, Miss Sybil Dumber, who will
mako her an extended visit.
Marlon and Zed Barnes left this
morning for Thrall, California,
whero they havo purchased somo
sheep. They will start back with the
henl tho first ot next week.
Mrs. J. S. Peck wont to San Fran-
Jclscq this mornluB whero she will,
spend two or thrco day.? on business.
James II. Drlscoll was a passenger
on tho morning train for San Francisco-
whero ho will be about a week.
Slyrtlo Jonos spent tho day vIslU
Ing frlonds at Worden, Oregon.
Mrs. A. W, Qulnn, ot Sau Francis
co, and Mrs. J. O. Qulnn nnd daugh
ter and son, ot this city, left this
morning for Ashldnd whero they, will
spend tho summer months.
Mrs. II. J. Tlcknor, ot Langell yl
ley, was a passenger on the morning
train tor Medford where she will vis
it here daughter tor about twa
M. H. Sqnin and wife went to
Ashland tnu morning where ttey '
will remain r.isent nnd Halt rtta.
Uvea and frtande. ,
f kti'iWt ., v., ri' "'