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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1920)
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Fourteenth Year No. 3969
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 12, 1920
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CHICAGO, Jufy 12 Formation of
a now parly l no lotiKr n question
of "whether" liul of "how," Arthur
A. Hayes, chairman of Ihu conference
'committee, representing Ihu conferr
ing element, laid lha rotninlthii of 48
In convention today. Thn statement
wu Hindu In presenting Ihu first re
port of thn confrjreiico commltlcu to
CHICAGO. July 12. Tho lloptlb
llcan unit Democratic parties wcra do
noiinced as "tho right unil loft wings i
jf thn same hlrd of pray" at tho open
ing of a propound "third party" na
tlonal convention hern Saturday
Hounding tho keynotn of thn
omhlago called together by thn com
mltteo of 48 to adopt a platform and
placo In thn field another si-l of can
dldntes for presidency and vice prosl
doncy. Allen McCurdy, temporary
chairman, charged that thn two big
parties had nvadmt parumcuut do
mestlc Issues nt u tlinn when whnt thn
country need Is "fewer law and
Tho abolition of special privilege,
Mr. McCurdy said, ns the Issuo.
around which the new pnrty would
Milium -mini i hit ii.it, ,,., .uni
npiwul to tho voters In November. Ho
nald the party purposed effecting that
mt through rnmovliiK the sources
from which privilege derive
"Tn nrrnmnll.h ll.l. n.irt.n.n." I,n
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leclared, "it pre pose public owner.,"1 ' ,
ship of transportation and of thoj.
principal basic resource of thn coun
try and declares that all land held;r"rn,' f,eraa" nn" Arizona.
out of use for vcnlatlon should bo
forced Into use bv luxation.
"Conslilur tho actual conditions
under which tuuet Aftor years of
ftecrot slavery thn lleiiublclan nartvi
mid thn !jimicrnllc parly ccmo Into
thn open and nivenl thnmsolves to
themselves mid to the nation as noth
I a . ii. i . . a
ing nut inn rigni wing or inu sanni
bird of prey. It Is no longer possible
for any at even to pretend that
there Is nny difference on nny Issuo
between them. Thero Is not a word
In either nf thnlr t.lnl forma Mint
might not have boon written and un-
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M1,"",lf "..iToniioii ---;,---",. :: 7" " lh.W. W. Ilnldwln will fill tho vacancy
exclusively composed of corporation, 'Vc" Te 'J hi. father nnd O. C. Apple-
lawyers and Wall street bankers. Tho Infamous Ksch-Cummln bill over tho ' whlio'a nlaen on
..... . .. .... Inrntn.l. nf fnrmnr.. Knrb.n anri In. Ba,n "'" IaKe " nl, PlaC0 0n
uiiij iiiiiervuro noiwcon inoso piai - i
forms, nn some one has remarked. Is
- .ii. .. ... ,t... i . i.'rrnwni It. wnrlc tiv nomlnallntl as
a umuii'iiiu in ihu iiuinuer oi wnrm
used to say nothing. Confronted by
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tho a-ravest crisis of clvllliailon thnv i
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-.un ui niui
ui lonnitrnniii nr inn rnnvirunn nr."
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"Tho republican bid Is bold
roads out of Its councils every man
and woman who over atood for any
form of human rights; adopts a plat
form that ovades, oqutvocates or
traddlos every, living Issue; paves
the way for a war by which, In ex
change for tho Uvea and treasures of
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JOI.UM1IIJB, July 12 -Gov-
or Juntos Cox, Doiniirriillc
slilnntlnl skiiiiIucu, arrived
horn from his hottin In l).iylim
thin iiioriilm;, prepared to ro
sumo hln duties at thn nxi'ditlvo
offlco TIiIh iiftermiun ho was
to remfur with Franklin I),
Ituonovult, IiIn runnliiK innto,
who expects to atop off for n fnw
hour on routo to Washington.
W. U. TAKING ON
Tlhn local Western Union office
In a walk In a wouk'n contest
.with five other offices of tho north-
lilstrlct, on a challmiKo Issued
, by thn local offlco to any office In th
district to tncot tho Klamath Kails
showing of percentage of huslnu-.
following Is the scorn, shotting tho
pnrceiitngit of Increaso for a week:
Klutimlh Kill . .
I.terell. Wash. .
,llnlem, Ore. ....... .
WH Walla, Wash,
" '" showing.
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lol manager, Is confident that tho
Klamath Kails officii has nothing to
fear from nny competitor, and has
accordingly immiI ehnllne-i. to tho
.entire Pacific division to test growth
Klamath Kails during uny given
Ifliit.inll. Ir.tllM ,iffl. lini, i.tlili. It.
."" umsion mciuues urcK;n,
The division Includes
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.IIAXCIIKH riXKII ltM nut
XlAltl. F WIUItT IIIUIKII
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of $100 was levied upon
J"tnfa Hell, rancher Oi the Illy ill'
trlct. who was trlod In tho circuit'
rourl last week on n charge of con.
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nn 0"I,,r bi-ued by tho court In 1918
PPortlonlnB tho water right, of the,
"'"I" fork of tho Spraguo river. Ho-
m '"' nno ,,0 wn n"eMl with
tile costs of tho suit.
Ifhn tinnnlr. Mnvlran nil .hnll tin Hh.
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formed cltlsens; and consistently
candidate for the presidency of jfcs
ii,,ii.i iii. in. in ih . loonV .4
United States In the year 1920.' a
Drorfn. aiojavJv. whnul linmn nnllil-l
'clan, ctiarantood to itand without
hllrhlnr whn ln.pno-1 .11 hn' nollMr.
Tiu a was Inn-nAd In Ia m t laf n Ainww .
ivHiaavw iv -. w j
nnd thorough school of Marcus
Hanna and Joseph D. Foraker, way
Standard Oil scandals Thua stands
luu , AVI ea 110)114 MlllkUlU IU wllw
last day. of Ita decadent faithlessness. ,
naked nnd unashamed In It. aorvlle
servlco of a greedy plutocracy.
"Tho Domocraslc bid la more than
bold; It Is braxen. With mild reser
vations, It not only claim, a partisan
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. fotind w.n;Z ..-riighViastht; 'd the t ZTTSSZSFJft
war hut It dee,.re. that It admin,.- J" 2 "th'e c KS FV2
terod ho conduct of that war without 6 u d"'n ' J h yarded by .pedal police during ev
the taint of scandal. Pwor no w oawa agalust the "
"And tho ghost, of Hog Island, nnd '" wlro and tho voltngo cry nour ot the and pltht
nlrcraftnnd shipbuilding and canton wns B0 "rcnt m tno termor that the TD.DDCn CAVC
rtllillt rnnntrllrlliinil nn.l nllrn'n nlnnl
throughout tho land. Scandal. In It
no scnmlnl that In tlio year 1917. tho
year of Hiipromo sacrlflco when our'
bojB woro flRhtliiK and dvlnir for S30
it month, nnd our peoplo wero econ
omizing nnd HiicrlficliiR to buy Mb
orty DoiuIh, that tho United Stntns
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of 1888, 831. 511 or twenty, million Albany, Saturday morning. Mrs.
dollars more tlmn Its total capital Kolty was tho mothor of Mrs. O. C.
stock. Whnt enn wo call that orgy ot,Uoguo and has spent a groat part of
war profltoorlng by a set of tho most her timo with nor daughtor during
unscrupulous scoundrols whoovor fat-! tho last fow years,
toned out of tho nocessltloa nnd tho Mrs, Kelly waa 87 years old.
lulsorlo. of a groat nation at wart , Death was causod by heart trouble
Shall wo acknowlodgo that scandal Is brought on by old age. Mrs. Hogue
too light a word and say with Senator j waa with her at tho time ot her
Cappor.v'If this be not grand larconcy doath.
In day time, I do not know what else
we should call It
for such .profrteerlag 1
was never prosecuted
ecuted by the pemcttt-
lag attoraer stmnu,
minain ii nniu
? ROAD WILL BE
Motorists ore persisting In using,
I... AlMnmn rM.I ,l,.arlt,. ttnttm ftt It.
closing on Recount of state highway
work and considerable controversy'
tins developed hut tho road wllPway
ciuhvu, nam juiuun Misim, cuuiuy rupu wiiu euuii uiui-iuis wnu resent wnui
ovorsecr, today, ' they torm tbo Commission's unauth-
Herlous danger to travellers Is orlzed Interference with the Oorman
causod from blasting at tha rock Judiciary. All the court of Upper
crusher, boyond Shlpplngton. Heavy Silesia aro officered by Germans,
charges of powder are used and wfcvtn j The strike grew out of the com
the shots aro set off rock flya la ill mission's decree granting amnesty to
directions. Mr. Dlion aays (hat aio- political prisoners. Sitting on banc,
torlsts havo hern running past fed Ave Upper Blleslan Judges declared
varnlng flag and constantly rUklgglho loeroo unconstitutional. Judge
injury, , . viuonucun, ircsiaeni oi mo court,
He said that the foreman of tbo 'was ordered to leave the district the
crusher had been Instructed to orect'dny after the decision was handed
henvy barricades at a safe dlstamco down. Anobert Judge, accused by the
from the rock point and those etk! prosecution of a German policeman
lug to travel tbo road will bo turd who killed a Polish workman and of
hack without exception. (refusing to supply the commission
Slnco thn crushing oporatloas with Information regarding tho case,
atnrlPil thuro have been nctlccs posted a'"0 ' deported,
advising motorics to detour by th'o Having gono on. strlko In protest,
old Tort Klumuth road. Mr. Dixon, "'e Judges sent an ultimatum to the
sny thn old Fort Klamath rond Is In commission demanding satisfaction
very fnlr condition, but tho nutolati
iw-cm to prefer the innro scenic -onto JlKca and declaring that the Judlcj Germany can fulfill her future en
nlong tho lake shorts. 3 i iry would not tolcrato further In gagements, only If they are based-en
Cc-nptalnts havo been mndo of tho
Clgir, 0 t10 ro!l(j (j,,, mntipc 0Tcn
uttorney goncrol. who wrote Bhoriff
Humphrey, Mr. Dixon said tho shor
Iff visited the rock crusher and tnado
.M l.hnlrl.. I nr.1, 1.x nrilni.
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s ii uiiiii.i:iuua lui u isa uniii m.
'ntralnlitenod at tho point whore, the.
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Thn nib la tlknlv In Inat
lull season nnd It Is Intended to keep,
j, Mr- Dlxon( w'h,ch w .
"y ' a- '-"k " -' '
VAPANriFQ OM PAPIf
nAinn ri'. S?. i Tt-.
UUAAU A1C riLlaEX
Ileforo leaving yesterday for his
n . ,
..... . . . . . .iKalscr hlrovelf would liave attempt
nit'li i u(.ii.ivtb .uumiu uy inu iicaiu
of George T. Ilnldwln and by Frank
Irn Whlto having moved to Portland.
IK1CAKIC RJIAIVI DIIDSvIC
IIWAnt MAN UUKTU)
aAI.f-.lvl HAY H
SALEM HAY BARN
SALfcM, July 1- Attendants from
lh tat hOIipUal afO today OUdoaT-
,., n. t-i.,- ..
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Italian who escaped last night, and
who It la thought sot fire to tho state
" " " -n w uvviru "vihihui t 4
It t 1 1 at trt. -hb - naaa ot.ji.jI 1 a I 4
". with 600 tens of hay.
caulnK o estimated at $32,000.
Lenlne I. at bay but I. holding oft .
the rd. with a pitchfork.
city Without btrket
uaHTTNo Last night
Due to tho high wind yesterday
Kt.math IPnlf. n. vllhAill n aln.1.
StrCOl WirO Wttg UUmOd In IOT,
w,lon ''" trouhlo wns discovered It
wns ,0 tlnrk ,op th 'nomen to find
MOTIir.H OF MIIH. IKKJUi; IH
DEAD AT HOME IN HAI.KM
TI.vlnr.ila n HI mtt t T l.ntlu titn.M- I
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It la estimated that one pound of
nitrogen properly applied to the soil'
will increase the yield ot wh'eafttt'ee (Wiaaeted wt,, ; W' Coast
OPI'ELN, Upper Silesia, Juno 13,
1 1 L MaII 1 A iliilUntit .. n .1 .IIIV1....II
problem, which confronti tho Inter',
natlonnl Plebiscite , Commission Is1,
tho strike of Uppor Blleslan Judges'
-or ,no treatment of tho deported
terferenco from tho commission.
"" i.auan mcriocr or mo commis
!on nro tryln , ndJuil le trouuic
Tim Italian mcrtucr or tno commis
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I Accoriline to tne Treaty or Vcr
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"""-" ln" commission is given nu
tho powers that were exercised in
Upper BIICSIB BJ" 1110 UCrmtin Or
' Prussian governments
cP,,on of ,no,e Pwcr naving to do
wl,h tno nalng ot law and levylnj
nt iM' r
1 Tl.n ntvllflttv llva naaAt
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the commission Is attempting to
make laws. One of tbcm Dr. Hcrtol
of Oppeln. told the correspondent
t '. ,Ju. '" not ppo" th0
commissions amnesty decrco pro-
vldcd It was applied only to cases al-
lfC.a'!jr d",p0,ed 0f or ,h0' nwaltln
"Out wc refused," ho said, "to
brook Interference In those cases
that wero beforo tho courts. Such
fin la ntiiai Hnnnal Vnt n-AM llm
tllUta IIIUPs I'lUWVU, 1UI VfCll kllU
cd to stop them."
Tho German government, tho cor
respondent understands, has Inform
ed tho commission that It approves
of tho amnesty decree. Throughout
Germany the newspapera aro excited
ly discussing the situation.
TO WELCOME ELKS
SALEM, Ore., July 12. Elks and
thnlr fsmlllo. ohn m.v wl.h in r.mn
while attndlng the state convention
(hero July 21, 23 and 24, wjll be pro-
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vlded. with every conceivable accom
modatlon. the executive committee
announced today. A .pedal detail of
policemen will guard visitor at a
camp at present being prepared at
the state fair grounds where there
will be water, tight and other con
veniences. Special parking ayatem will be
worked under a checking plan, wOl
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MEXICO, CITY, July 12. Gon
oral Joaquin Amara bns Francisco
Villa, revolutionary leader In tho
tao of Chihuahua, bottled up, fol-
Mowing an oncountor noar Parral in
u.lilrn Kiln vaViaI. nn! SOA ftiflnrHM
participated. This was announced
,.,,- ., n.
today by General P. Ella. Calles, war
EIGHT HURT WHEN
. STAGE TURNS OVER
PORTLAND, Ore., July 12. Eight
persons were seriously Injured when
the Hlllsboro automobile stage left
the road' on TerwIUlger boulevard,
aear here, aad' rolled' 70 feet down.
,tae emaa-eat-. Apear the Injured
waa'IC, JC aVrwa, af' (Battle, said to
"r"B " ' -reaiy oi -er-'ted
niAw;i: reitcniM: '
m:voir wah planned ,
CHICAGO, July 12. Lloyd
I) Hcth, making tho oponing
statement for tho state today In 41
the trial of William Hom Moyd,
millionaire member of tho Com- 4
in u Mint Labor party, declared ho
would provu Lloyd and his anno-
elates "advocated tho overthrow 4
of the government by force and 4
thy blowing open of banks and 4
armories In order to secure
money and ammunition to fur 4
ther tho revolution."
TIME TO Plf
8PA, July 12. The German-Allied
conference waa brought to a tempor
ary halt this morning by the coat
question. The allied premiers were
unable to finish their work In timo
for a general conference. The allied
ministers. It appears, were not very
favorably Impressed by the German
reparations plan. It Is understood
tho Germans have In reserve another
plan, or amendment, of much greater
Imnortaneo than the nlnn mibmlttoil.
her financial capacity, said tho state
ment outlining the Dorlln govern
ment's plan "for. reparation, submit-
to tho allied premiers last night.
The German budget must balance,
the statement Insisted or thero would
be a rapid Increase In the floating
debt and a consequent Inflation that
wosild neutralize her capacity to pay.
FOTRSLbSTFOR A 3
UNIVERSITY OP OREGON, Eu
gene, July 12. Forced to make a
hasty landing becauso cf englno trou
ble with his DellavIIand place, and
then lost in the woods along tho
north Unipo.ua river for 24 hour, waa
the experience of Observer Don Davis,
a student of the University of Ore
gon, who Is working during the sum
mer as observor for tho forest fire
patrol. Tho machine, piloted by
Cadet Hcyer, becamo unmanageable,
landed In a section of the woods from
which It was Impossible to rescue It,
and the two were forced to search
through the woods for some mean, of
communication with the patrol Viae
Heyer and Davla left Eugene on
theif regular aouthern flight at the
usual hour Wednesday morning and
they reported at Medford on time.
After they left that city for the north,
nothing was heard from thorn until
late Thursday afternoon, after other
observers located at tho Eugene base
had spent several hours searching for
them. The men were first discovered
by a forest lookout near Glide.
Don Davis, whose home la at Nyssa,
has been prominent In student activ
ities at the university, and his friends
were considerably worried when the
rumor that he waa lost first reached
the Oregon campus. He Is spending
the summer working for the forest
air patrol In order to make money to
attend school again next fall.
LOCAL PASTORS AT
Presbyterian ministers from this
district left this morning tor Eugene
where they will attend tho stato con
ference of tho Presbyterian church.
Bible study will bo part ot tho pro
gram, and tho conference will havo
tho bonotlt ot hearing tho best lec
turers from tho university summer
school, who will speak at tho various
Those going from this district aro
tho Roy. E. P, Lawrence, Klamath
Falls; the Rev. Aaron Wolfe, Merrill;
tho Rev. Josso K. Griffith ot Lake
view, and tho Rev. Charles R. Martin,
ot Mt. Lakl.
RECEIVED FRACTURED ARM
WHILE CRANKING AUTO
George Shulmtre, .on ot E, A.
Shulmlre ot the Miller Hill sec
tion, had hi. arm broken
this morning by a backfire
of the eaglno, while cranking the
family aatomolvtTa.aa which the eelf-
startr - refaeed to wwrk., He la fa
tUi'lar' .-arum .aav ' t
III FLIES OF
AITl RAS, Modoc Co., July 12.
When about 400 feet In tbo air an
airplane belonging to the Aerial, For
est Patrol Service went Into a tall
spin late Saturday afternoon a4
dashed to tho ground, killing two
avlctors and an observer of the Na
tloual Forest Service. On strlkhtg
the ground the machine burst4 lata
flame, and waa destroyed, baralng
tbe bodle. beyond recognition before
help could arrive.
Sergeant Wayman Haney, pilot.
Corporal Antonio Salcldo aad Harold
Roble of tbe forest service left Reel
Bluff at 9:40 o'clock Saturday fore
noon and fllew to this city on one of
the regular Are patrol trips. They
started from here at 2:30 o'clock ea
tho roturn trip. Citizens watchlag
the airship aaw It go Into a tall spla
and fall. Men hurried to the place,
about a mile from Alturas, aad
found the ship In ashes and the
charred bodies of tbe three yonng
Sergeant Haney, acordlng to Ma
jor Henry Watson, commandant of
Mather Field, near Sacramento, aays
Sergoant Haney was one of tbe most
competent aviator. In the serice.
Haney was a resident of San Diego,
and was assigned to Mather Field
and from there sent to Red Bluff ea.
account of his ability aa an aviator.
He leave, a wife la Red Bluff, Cor
poral Salcldo casse from Phoenix.
Arizona. He was 22 year, old aad'
unmarried, aad of Filipino parent
age. Harold RaWe was 22 year, old
aad QBaerejxJaV taejiaieaijefTlee;
He also was unmarried.
Sergeant Haney was forced te
abandon his airship In southern Ore.
gon last week on account of electri
cal stormr Nothing was heard froxa
him for two day, but he returned
.ately to Red. B!ff "tor mJergjolng,
hardships In the way of making long
walks from hi. airship to tho near
est town for material to make re
pairs. MAM.V MAN FIRST OX
SCENE OF TRAGEDY
A Malln rancher, whose name It
was Impossible to learn today, waa
the first nenon tn reaeh thn vada mt
the trasedy, aeprdlng to his story ot
the accident to friends In Klamath
Falls yesterday He was passing
through Alturas and his car broke
down near the aviation grouada
which are about a mile from, town.
He was only a quarter of a mile
from tbe spot where tho plane fell.
He said that he watched the ma
chine hop oft the Deld, and It ap
peared to him that It had not reach
ed an altitude much over 100 feet,
wbon there waa a udden putt of
smoke and the whole craft burst lata
flames and dropped like a plummet.
He rushed to the place. The aria"
tors' scorched flesh, he said, waa
bursting from the bones of their
arms. Other aid arived almost aim.
ultaneously and rope, were thrown
about the bodle. and they were
dragged from the airplane, but all
three were dead.
Sunday brought forth tho birth ot
tho Klamath Falls Bachelors' club
which will consist ot only 20 mem
bors, thero now being 10 applicant,
on tile. .y
Brady Montgomery was electod
presldont last ovenlng by a unan
imous vote. Jack Crenshaw, bettor
known as "Magglo," waa given the
honor ot tho vice presidency. Walter
H. Wiesendangor was elected secre
tary and treasurer.
The policy and constitution ha. not
a. yet been comploted but at the next
meeting the committee will havo the
by-law and constitution ready for
presentation to the members for their
ThosQ wishing to place application
for membership In this club mar
write the secretary..
i" ORaXTOK-TaegBt and Taeaaaf
Irs aeaaw.ye westerly wlada.
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