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Fourteenth Year No. 3979
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1920
jCORONER'S JURY i
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Price Five Cent
Hrcon.triictlon of (tie tragedy at
Dairy Wednn.day Pljcht. when Henry
Hloeh.ler, 21, full victim to the
wrath ol (lllliorl I', Ingnr.oll, Hwnn
Lake rancher, took place ye.terday
afternoon at an Inque.t before Cor
oner Ealr Whltlock. Several eye
witnesses to lbs shooting worn ex
amlntd, among others Jatuas W,
Jjonaa, Waldo Jones, Karl-AUred and
'Ben r. Presley.
The coroner' Jury returned a ver
dict that Htoehsler cam to bit death
from a gunshot wound, "the gun be
in the hand of, and tired by, Gilbert
WAHHINOTO.V, July 23.
Coii.u nnnnuncmiinnt today
Include Allmny, Oregon, with
4,140, an Inrreeso of GAS olrica
110. or 14.2 jiur ront, and Cor-
,' ,V'till. 5,752, an increase of
1,200, or 20,4 per cent.
III SERIES HIS
BANOV HOOK, N. Y July 23.
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TK.V PERSONS SLAIN
IN BELFAST STREETS
BELFAST, Ireland, July 23,
Shooting wnn remuod this
morning In the Kashmir street
area, where flhtln occur rn.l
One ot the biggest spot caih pur-
rm land ever made In
STW for m
The Ministerial association, at
their meeting last evening, discussed
the new anti-gambling ordinance and
the goneral gambling situation, Tboy
passed the following resolution.
a "We, the members of the Minister
The llesoluto won today's Interna-'.h..,.. nt r
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i.u.m. tup raco aunr a speciacuiar. ,hu .,., ,.. ,,,.,
finish and tied 2 to 2 with the Sham- throUfh tho .,, ,,, of
rock IV In the fight for America's Tnm n w. -t,.. ... .-
cup. The Resolute crossed the line ,,ree rMch on no Mm, ., ,
iH.i Lf .. .. " Mld t0 n. Wi Kaseberg of Portland.
Jwi,. i " u "" ?Ched' nr 0rcon' Th0 PrlM " I" PP-
official figure, the Resolute won by crly was 150.000 cash, sad If I. be-
three. minute, and 18 seconds elapsed ,eyed lh,t Mr Kaseberg m,da .
last n!sht. Uurlnx tli tU.he
of Hlnn Kelners and Unionists.
! with military Intervention. It
was definitely stated that 10
persons were killed In last
nignrs bostllltles. 4
....n, v,. cr nmc allowance or all .olendld bu. for ihl. ,.,h i. ,..
sldered one of the best there Is la the
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corrected time nine minute, and 8 county. Ideally located1.1 contalalag
II. S. SUPPORT
WASHINGTON, Jul? 23. Poland
I .. ... InvArhmiiAfl iKn fof..i.. -.iili. it.
There was little dissimilarity In . "' ''". niw nearmy endorse tilnt:: ,,;,""'' , " ra"M rCI PrWrty especially
story of the wltnr-.n,. Appar. "" orumance as It b,k, h f ' h . lWllca t0 "e Mleni"r PwUom
appalled by the suddenness of ,"""'"" "na "" ""'" ,n" ' : ; -- - -- ; ,na mg iaea. or tne man who, has
traaedv and It. .tlr.ci connection ' ,nB '"' ,0 ,,a m council In the :"- ' .. ' ' .". -- " ""'", bought it. Of particular Interest and
-wltrj themselves, keen mental lin- '"'" or """ ""Unance.
presslon. had registered, I ",n lh "lerlence of many a city
The story of Karl Allred Is as " """ ,men ,oun,, Poetically lmpci.nl
ood as any. no doubt, In Its de-',,ltt ,0 Prohibit gambling whn tho,
rlptlon of the tragedy. He I. a "l,v'r,, ' ' u.ed In connection
young fellow who worka on the .Mar w,,h ",l,'lnit r permitted to I...
tin Btoeh.ler ranch, about a mile, P.u,,,lc,Jr ""' We have at no time
from Dairy, tho ranch whero the ; fvor'"1 the romoval of table, and
lain man llvd with his brother and cha'ri'' '"It do stand for the ordln-
I.ti-r.lti.law .mite us now amiiinli-ii
The Hltwhsler brother, Mr..
HtoclmliT and the tiuliy ilsuahlrr,
and wltni-.s went to Dnlry to attend j .. TT"
the meeting -of tho basfliiir cTuIT!; ''n-Tnlglii
mhnut CSS irnii aplllvaiM4 'fMM.l. --..- .. ...
The Hhamrnck rt.r !. ,... . 1 .---.v, .. na asaea in sisie aepartment to
me nnamrocK after a long chase. ComD ete v undur IrriastlM Hltrha. - .. ... ... .
.-, ....w,. vln.HMIU,,UR, ihhuudcd id me woriu ine
"moral support" of the United States
to Poland In Its battle with tho Rus
sian Dolshevlkl. The auggestlon waa
also made that a similar expression
from President Wilson would be wel
comed and would do much to stiffen
the moral of tho Polish people.
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The club. It appear., wit not run
ning smoothly and a meeting had
been raited to dlocuis matters, Mrs.
Htoeh.ler and the baby walked
round town wlilt the boys went to
W'.maa Vt'ld WlilsT ' '"'
The meeting was In progress when
there was acomiiiiitlon outside, A
child came running screaming for
Martin Htoehsler everybody pour
ed Into the street to learn the came
of the uproar. Mr., Martin Htoeh
sler wa. hy.lnrlcally scresmlng, Ki
el toil Imiulry wa. being made by n
dozen curlou. person.. It appeared
that the breath ot .candnl had been
nbrond In the countryside, linking
Henry Htoeh.ler's namu with Mrs,
Inger.oll'., Mr. Ingnr.oll thought
Mrs. Rloeh.ler had n hnnd In spread
ing the story. Ho when she saw Mr.,
fltoch.tor walking down the stree,J.
she burst from the house of a friend
where she was stsylng, and attacked
Mrs. Htoehsler with a hor.ewulp.
The Katal Karoualrr
"I know what'a the matter," said
Gilbert Ingersoll, grimly. "Henry,
coasp over he're, we might, a. well
ettle this right now."
Heary came over. HI brother
Martin waa at hi. elbow as ae'en
countered Ingersoll. Mrs. Ingersoll
atood eloMlr ky.' '
v "Heary," said' Ingersoll bluntly,
"Old you ever sty 'that yon had lm
. tWisiwr reltlda"wltli iy-wlfeT"
, Aeeordtax to taajlty, ot wit
v Vea Heary &' M retly. '
. "Tell taa tnilg.'ltSBrr.' proasBted
.Mart la StittbtUr, "it yon'aaid It, say
fair; westerly wind..
Henry glnnced sldewlsa at Mr..
Ingersoll. then, .aid the wltnene.
"If you ay .o, lloory," he said,
"you're a liar,"
Sprat Ik-nth Henlrnrr
"I am no llan" responded Henr'.
It wa. his death sentence. 'Ingersoll
struck one blow with his right flit.
hi. left hand on Henry's shoulder.
Henry stepped backward and aa.um-
conical heap of sulphur that mlght'i
tie easily contained In a nwn's hand.
"The work" Is the trebling of tho al-
value to the county Is the fact that
mo sale was made to an "outsider."
I It presages the coming of others and
'indicates the fact that mon who are
conversant with modern farming rec- WARSAW. July 23. Poland has
ounnes ino real worm of Klamath sent arml.tlce nrono.al. tn tho SnriM
county Irrigated farms. government at Moscow. After tho
The fact that Mr. Ka.eberg bought' dispatch of the proposals yesterday
till, ranch does not Drove that hl' now -o.n,i i.i . . .
seiectlcn came without the uaual
MiiocKs 01 mo cnap who never farmed LONDON. July 23. Capture by
and who could not tell a good piece Soviet trooDa of th for... r
i4oLJsndJrjimpoQr-inoThero waarrrubnerone-oUhVolhVnlarg6ui of
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, loruiicauons defending tbe sdqthr
iern polish b9rp?r,'-faai annunc
ed Thursday In an official statement
from Moscow received by 'wireless
"This did the work." says a little 0 much of "" ,aIk to him that he
In he 1 beside a pile of sulphur In the ,a(t Qre for ttl0 Purpose of looking
flolden Rule store window, n little !ovcr ltn" ln lho Idn'ty of Ashland
and Medford. After a fair compari
son he returned and bought here.
The ranch In question waa our-
falfa yield on the Francis J, Ilowne . cnMeu" by Mrs. McKendree about a
ranch at Bonanza and the window ' ycnr trom J- A. Maddoi. About
display tell a graphic story. Not
only as regards tho Ilowne ranch,
but of the 56 other farms In Klam-
been tried in the past four years.
Mr. Rowno I. one of the heaviest
-tl t llU laa.ilv al-l.M 0 1 L.-
-- ii... i 7 ..... . (experimenter In sulphuring. Last
.... ,uVr'T,0,,ack,nR' nor-r he distributed 10.000 pound.
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hip pocket '""I will pread B000 pounds more.
ne recently maue mo nrt cutting
400 acres areln alfalfa with hardly a
waste acre. One of the first orders
given by the new owner waa for
sufficient sulphur to sulphur all of
It and this will be done this year. In
addition many other improvements
Will tin ma.ln In krlnv h --...
io.h.hi.h.iB,H.M.7hr.ri.:i?w'on? ' . ".- to bring ....
berg, who owns several thousand
A big community and clnb picnic
will be held at the Shambart grove
two miles sontheaat of Merrill Sun
day afternoon, July 25. There will
be a basket dinner at 1 o'clock and
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f....i.. i .. .... .nnd the window exhibit . n enmnle'
r"Zpo;; ,,z,rz , r.' -. TiWpi...rd...ucw.'i-'-'.ii,,B, . the
acres of land in Wasco county. Pos
eesslon will bo given Imediately fot-
knuckle. and In a second hi. trim
w. i. hi. ri-i,t hnn.i in. plain. Onehundlo containing!
said he llred from the hip. Henry!" - K . r Knorcu
to tho samples mako the comparison jcroP' w'llc' Is now under way.
gllmj.ed tho gun snd ejaculated j"om --"- or suipnurea
"Oh. my:", as the shot was fired. nm ' from a ,l,""r unsulnhured
Tho bullet went through his heart..'""" '"? '" Dno Pounus were
Dr. S. I.. Hlewnrl. i.lnnn.- .i.r-nnn ul""rPU' "n "ncreaso OI praciicaiiy
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said the wound would causo death in
less than 90 seconds. With his arms
folded In protecting posture over his
breast,' Haaryi-waUred-a taw yards
and fell dead . rit'ftn k
HiaylM' la Vadautd
"I can make an ead of any man
who says the things he said;" declar
ed the unthakea homicide, according
to the teatlaaoay of Ben Presley.
Ingersoll asked James Jonas then to
telephone to the sheriff.
Attar laflletiag the fatal wound,
lagavaoll drtd a aecoadahot, kut the
fcaud of MarUn Btoahsler ;fou his
foream deflscted bla'aiafaud the
bullet aptd karaslaMly.
Allred taatlled that Hary toeh
slsr waa uatraud.'1 bideed he aald
thai' the oaly thing oa tho Btoehaler
raaca la the ahaya at a revottar .waa
an old 31 callaar'sua that had been
brokea for years. All wltaeases test
ified that Henry had no weapon In
evidence and aa far as they could see
Ingersoll was In no danger of hurt
from Henry when ho fired the fatal
Woman Young and Cosnrly
The woman In the case, Mrs. In
gersoll, Is much younger than her
husband. One witness said sho was
about 2ft years old, and those who
know her say she Is quite comely.
Tho coroner's Jury consisted ot J.
H. Howlo, A. J. Lyle, B. I. Powell,
Ed, Dloomlngcamp, T. W. Adklns
and Charles Donart,
Heating This Afteraooa
f iubhiu" w ivuquuidu iu a)ror
before Justice Chapman at 230 this
afternoon for preliminary hearing.
Ho retained Renner ft Chastala for
his defense, la the absence of .Dis
trict Attorney Duaeaa aud ,,W. 8,
Wlier, district altonley, F. H. MUls
la aoilng aialstaat. '. t
'rt..W. kC-anlag haa ihaaa'.retlmad
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oaaa promisea to aa -saurnH ifgai
300 por cent.
The lesson to be drawn Is plain
and applies to approximately aTO.OOO
acres In Klamath county that can be
sulphured to advantage. Placln
the possible Increase at a conserva
tive Igare of a ton and a half per
acre, with a conservative price of
WATKINS AND COLVIN
HEAD "DRY" TICKET
LINCOLN, Neb.. July 33. Aaron
8. Watkins, of Oermantown, Ohio,
and D, Leigh Colvln, Prohibition
party candidates tor the presldeaey
ana vice presidency today Ii
atatemeata coadeauiajt tha
take- by Sea-Jawr Hardlag la-, hia
aaaaelrof irna-aasia jnlerdar. wt-
kets and enjoy themselves. After the
lunch there will be a ball game be
tween the Merrill grades and the
Merrill hill grades. A program of
short talks will bo a part of the after
noon's entertainment. itno various courses that furnish tha
E. H. Thomas, county agent, will essent'a'8 ot n complete high school
Tho Sacred Heart Academy, when
completed In the fall, will offer a
curriculum that will be on a par with
any In the country.
Having as Its purpose the careful
blending of moral, cultural and busi
ness education. It will not only give
the student a carefully planned prim
ary, grammar and academic tralalng,
but will also provide a fouadatloa for
the higher aspirations and pursuits
The academy la particularly for
tunate because the 8lstere of Charity
of Natareth, .Kentucky, are In charge
and put Into their work a love and
devotion that money can not bay.
The'lr splendid record fa the scuth,
where they have gained an enviable
record as Instructors of the elite la
The Oregon school regulations are
adhered to In every particular. la
fact, visitation and examination ot
pupil by the state, county and city
school officials will be always encour
In the primary grades, special at
tention will bo given to Deacon meth
od of teaching phonetics, as a result
of which the students In a very short
claf attention Is given Palmer pea
panahip. , ,Jn the courses will be lectures aad
Instructions In domestic science, all
llnery. household arts, dressmakiag.
Including all kinds of plain sewjag,
(hemstitching, darning, meadlac)
and.all kinds of.embroldery work.
?.Jh--:wJtVi,cln addition tha mmt
modern farm of musical education
laugni oy accompnsnea ana compe
tent Instructors. The Instructions in
clude lessons on the piano, the violin,
the cornet, the organ, the maadolla.
and the guitar.
A special course In art will cover
china painting and all kinds ot paint
ing ln oil and water colors.
English, modern languages, phys
ics, chemistry, mathematics and all
110 a ton. the gain In production, Itf4ht, attarr Bi7asr-had.. refused tb
measured In dollars, would be HSO.-Uomlaatlaa-,
The coat ot autphuriag this area,
according to County Agricalturaj
na-ui lavmw wumu o- aooui ?. M,'?
as acre, or 117.300 for tha eatlr
acreage, aad aa tha aulphur, eiperl- rv CHtCAa;lir lulf jt. WasHway
rnents ahow, do aot have to he ra- auttaveaawatoajvlelr Ciaa-a7taat-rr
w. w ta, ivy nvi navvvnasSMBstafSmsjBJr, at
cost would be spread over at least t Metoa4'af; 'w4a)ak t w de-
tnat period, making tha aaaual cost CldehralttlM rniniajaigsn iaiea,
nap ifiM BA en- mam - k . j i.''V. ..J .ku
' Mr. Thorau' investigations show
that tha most practical time to
spread the aulphur la In the fall, and
a pool for buying thla fall's supply,
la now forming. All persona Inter
ested can get full detalls.also see the
full record of sulphuring experi
ments so far, at the agent's office In
the Swanson building.
TO SEVEN MURDERS
SANTA ANA, Cal., July 23. Mose
Gibson, the negro sentenced to hang
for the murder ot Roy Trapp, Puller-
ton, Cal., rancher, confessed to a
total of seven murders and almostiln-
numerable robberies, according to a
statement made here today by Sher
iff .:. O. Jackson, immediately after
he returned from taking Oibson to
Ban Quentm prison.
ADMANOrUB IN VIMOSB
osw, to order tha rail war tail-
iraadsara.to accept under praiaat th
hsMitl'a war award. 'Thi'telsv;
graphera reterrad' the- award to its
raeasaersaup with ax strike proposal
speak on the farm bureau activities,
T. L. Stanley, secretary of the Klam
ath county chamber of commerce will
speak on the objecta of the modern
chamber of commerce. W. H. Mason
ot the educational committee of the
chamber will talk on the develop
ment ot Klamath county. Mlaa Twyla
Head will speak on the school ques
tion. R. H. Wonderly wilt give hia
impresaloaa ot Klamath count-.
Frank Sexton will talk on tha club
Ereryone- la cordially Invited to
attend tale mjeetlng aad gat acquaint
ed with their aelghbora and tha prob
lems that the county la tryiag to
solve. ; , ,
W. 0.. Van Emon, attorney and
secretary of the Business Men's as
sociation a'nd also ot the Klamath
Cattle & Horse association, baa mov
ed his office from the Loom la build
ing to the Wllllta building. Growth
ot business required expansion, the
F". H. Mills- haa also rented an
office In the aame building, although
ha states that he will retain his of-
See with John Irwin oa Fourth
streej. He opena tha auxiliary office
aa a sort of study sstd retreat.
t uuaeaa wiley hare outgrown
that vuKer is tam Odd Fellow
andean, alaav H..am' rented' the
CONaTANTINOPLl. July 13.r-tndaajtaskarssisa tansissiae ttUi sir
f Alrplaai;lleh w over AdrlaMfgawatJfn
POTfANl)..Juiy t. To dlscuse
mean tar. preveatiag a possible cra
ter shortage In tha Klamath basin,
H. L.. Holgate. district ceuasel at
Portland tor the United States' rec
lamation service, has Just held' pre
liminary conferences at Klamath
Falls with R. F. Walter ot Denver,
assistant chief engineer, and H., D,
Newell, project manager.
Mr. Hotgate, who has Just return
ed from southern Oregon, reported
mat it would not be long until con
dltlona would require a larger use of
Upper Klamath lake as a reservoir,
"The Upper Klamath lake waters
have been' drawn upon for Irriga
tion to such an extent," atated Mr,
Holgate, "that the supply under
natural conditions is insufficient and
It has been necessary to resort to
storage. A temporary dam at the
lake outlet permits regulation ot the
lake level sufficiently to meet pres
ent irrigation requirements."
STOKHBIjER funeral at
BONANZA SUNDAY MORNING
The funeral ot Henry John Stoea-
aler will he held Sunday moraine at
lt.eeteek at Baaaaia. . Tha JnUr-
bmsH wUl take pUea'.k ta Bae
education are part of the academy-
The commercial course trains for
leadership In all the essentials that
concern the organization and ac
counting ot modern business.
The essentials of efficiency in
management and system in recordlac
transactions will be given the atudemt
In a thorough and practical manner.
Theae will be. a department ot
stenography and office work In com-
Juctlon with the commercial coaraa
which will train the atudeat to do
tha highest of clerical work.'
Prartsloaa wilt k made for n gym
nastaa. fully equiped with the tunal
apparatus; .parallel bars, rlnga aad
axerciaa. There, will h ample anew
for tadeor sporU. aneh aa baaket haU
and iMoor JsaMfkaU. It is tho latesv
tioa to havv.aU.aaercisea and aparU
aaperrtaad :y. a phyaical dlreoter.
who, when tho natural ia avallahle.
will coach aad put ia the field teanu
to repreeeat tha academy In athteUea
against other, institutions in this aeo
tlon. " -' -
Every Indication points to a thor
ough, and complete course, with tho
added advantage "of having Instruct
ors emlnenUy, qualified in the course
they Instruct and competent to keep
to the highest standarda.
AGED RESIDENT OF
PELICAN C1TV IS DEAl
William Henry Piephotf, 63, died
last night at the home of hia 'daugh
ter, Mrs. R. Bents, at Pelican City.
He had been a chronic Invalid for
several years. Besides the daugh
ter he leavea a widow and two sons.
J. E. and Clyde Piephotf. The fam-
lly came hero from 8acramento.
about three months ago. The de
cedent waa a retired tarmnr, anil
ranched Id' Idaho for many year.
The funeral will take place a,
, QUAKB aVAsUaV MOCpUOUnV
MeCLOUD, Cal.; July li. (SpeeiU
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