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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1920)
Fourteenth Year No. 3982
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1820
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Having, frnm iick ftmlty. In llvn mil
ol tin ran If hn In thn snrl (if mi
H Vromolilln vagabond who rurrli'M ti In
blanket h nud grtllchnx mi the rtl ti-
nlng hoard- for u uiimber nf meals
on thn trip, thn tin run nn n laud
scape decoration, Indlvliliiully or col
lortlvnly, doim not ha mi ii welcoming
appeal to thn uviirugn tourist. Auk
a .1 ........ t m I
Kalli who am strewing thn country
Ids for miles ahont lth pliluresqui)
(?) hinpn of cann, holtten, discarded
wrnrlnK apparel and all kludn of old
ruhhlnh and Junk are misdirected
The. avorsgn lourlnt w tt Id appro
clatn a few cross-road alKim, in l)pn
that hn who rutin may read, telling I
him thn distance from a Klven point j
in inin rnr, ur iroin in in cur in
any 01 inn iiuioriniy won urn mi ; Apparently thn car wan thrown out
lowing thn lure nf the open runil thUr..lu rniirnn hy striking rock and
arannn, and hn, or alio -most em-the wheels rot Into thn loosn dirt,
phallrally and hy nil ineani, nhn -(making It liuponnlbln to bring It back
will tell you that thn efforts of lhi)ilo , road h.iforu It turned ov.tr.
worthy houniiholdern of IC lit tint t Ii
rente m,ll. rmm.l.l.Miil. far i.ii.rnr" """ WK tlm rnrawd Ulna-
than ho do-:, tho raitoff p if Mn-iHi1" rom,"r l'rl"nnorn. win. hrokn
w,rni jjojl Hunday, kllllnn Hherlff Taylor
Sttll thn nroren of lndlrldunl,t 'I'Ohreak Hunday momliiK at
dumplni ground, am h'Klnnlnic to H,J""W cro,!k' 30 ,"M h0UiU "' 1Vn
ham pome fffrri In kiiIiIIiik ttmrMn.V'""' ,wo "' ",n '''
Atnonn thn fratnrnlly. aa an.oiiK " Tl,r' "rn n"- P"' 'X "'"
nthcra of thn kiiun hoho, new lr. ,l",l',n hut rnrapnd Into thn tin.
trl. far and fa.t. Murh Itifnriiiatlun "V'"'"!' H 'Inrk and tho pnnitt!
In Riven and taken when r!urloUlf,,," "tmhln to detnrmlnn who they
parllrn ramp ov.-rnlKht on thn narnn '""" ''oiHioun(Js wore dispatch-
roundn. and It In heRlnnliiK In w rk'u" '" ww "" '""" "
out llko tlilat:
Mr. ami Mr, Tourlnt and Hilly
and 8tuy and Jimmy Tourlnt uru
bowling along at aa high a ratu aa
tho aapplng and mining oporatlona
or tka atata highway bulldera will
"OuctT," aaya llt'lln Jimmy, aa the
family flrww'ltaii four fnbt gtiltr
and Mlbtrarfullr orer the, crown
nf the Mahway Krndn, break an
other rtroplerhnnn reonl lit thn'
dltfh en thn other nldn. ami nutllra
down to mom or lenn Mr.tdy Knlnn;
"Ourh, Datl wn'ro romliii; lt ll.iiiiatli WT
Falla." Thn Jnller had laknn a mnal to thn
"llowja know, Hherlork lliilnicn7"k'PI""im'n, who wnrn together In onn
Inquire Dad. ,.
"Why, dnn'i jott rumeinher Hini.rell, two or thrrn pnlrn of hand
man wir talked with In Hakl'rnfleTiPjrnarhed through thn tmrn and nrnp
aald It wnn thn flrnt hit; town thin r him, JerklnK him ncalnnt thn
nldn of Crater lake, anil you'd know ,frout of thn roll and holdlnir, him.
It by tho dltrhen In I ho roadn njitl llin knyn nnd Rim wnrn taken. Thnn
thn hundruda of pllna ot tin cann tlm five prlnnnorn unlocked thn door
you'd VM anitteri'd for mlluna thU;ind lied Kn route thny encountered
aide of It, And I counted 'J 7 pile. Sheriff Tiylor and wantonly nhot
of cann In thn lunt mlln and a half " lilm down. It doen not appear that
"You didn't cither!" nuyn llitjo thn nhorlff pullet! n Run or In any
Mia Hunln, who In Junt heKiniilliK lowny Rnvn tho Jnll hreakern any rea
realize her feminine Inliurltnnco, non for nhootlnR.
with trun nlnlorly nplrlt. "Thorn wnn'.
only 2 of them. Oh, them' ,ftko rounlry ,n , ..10 car.
other onol Mamma you Hmo ,,, Kp( 10 MCk ,, ,
people 'In Klamath Knlln llvo on nU) ,,, , (ho ,., ,)oly pW
cannn .turf alfognthurT" , ,. , wuynUUu , connntjuenro
"Thnro'a ludlunn thr... and overy,, .,,,. f 10 nnwii t VKrvMMn
thing." naya Jlmmlo. "That man In ,,, for , ,,,, nro ,,,,
the Ford that wklimt at Hanln Unu w,, p,H1 f rnnHj Nalurttly ,,or.
M uk;. iloh't you romfmhur. I'D ,,, tth own cnril liro ,,, , mnJor.
bet If a wild place. Vim wntrh out ,ly , conilllnB ,hH offenM
Ih.t..lntr6f the car. HuhIo. anil I'll. ,,, c,vio r,,ln m, n (rplt ro.
watch tM nldn and I'll bolchu ,nlc,i.1Hpnct' for appearancoM. Tho houno
acreamabjK I count moro'n you ilo!" .,,,,. ttIl0 wnIks ,llx,Hn.t BnouWer n
"ChlldTmt.- you uniNtu't gnmbln." ,.,, tll of Jllnk whr ho K0C) out
nayaahockodMra. Tourlnt, but HiiHlofor hll 8lullljr p,on81lro ,lrol
la buiMV rountlng-."Thni ll.ufrt Kinnlly nnturally tho pnmon who
four, thcro'a ono flvo; alx, hovuii "lcnM nUotA ,0 ,,rlvo ft car cnn nfford
"Aw.-ydu cin't count that on." ,0 ,mvo tho BnrlmB mnn ,,, hfl
aaya Jimmy, wno in iiomtnK no pair, J
navins cnoann mat ninn ot inn road
which 'only a' ' loft'hiindnd pemou
would iHtch'tho cann upon. "You
ran't ob'tint ;'mn uiiIosh thny'ro at
least two Tent high, an' n regular
pile of "em;"
"Well, I think the llttlo heap 'lire
a ugly' ha'fh'e Dig ones and a pllo'o'f
ran la' a pile of cans," r'ntorl hfa'j
alitor, having ovldonlly reud Kills
Parker Ilutter'a celobratdd t rent I bo
Bo Mr. nnd Mrs. Tourist and line
little Tburfsta como und aon, nnd nro
coniuefetf 'by' a feeling of dlngilsc
and go 'away and spread tho iiowb,
and 'Klamath Falls gols the bonaflt
from wSdH-sprea'd advertising, as un
UMlriible aa ft i effoctlvo.
Hounholder have acquired n
kgnlt of hanging a gunny sack In a
handy place a a receptacle for run
and rubbish that cannot be Inciner
ated In stove or heater. When the
tack la full, the first day the family
LEE BIEHN HURT
IN AUTO MISHAP
l.nn lllolin, local bnrhorshop pro
Prlntor, won Injured, although not
seriously, when tin) car In whlrh hn
anil hln wlfo, (luilr Infnnl son snd
Aim iiiiiiiirn mutiior, wnni over n
Kndn Irn miles nlmvn Itncky Point
yiinterilay. Noun of thn others were
tiurt. Mr, llltihn wan caught !
nentli III) overturned car anil liln
legn worn lindly hrtilnod, hut no
hones worn broken, I In In confined
In hln lioinn hut nxporln to hn out lit
!a row ilii)"
Thn parly worn on thnlr wny to
Cralur Lake. Mrs. I.en IHulm won
driving. Thn road wnn rocky and
thn dirt on thn lower nldn wnn Innsn
I'I:NDU:tON. July 37 -I'onnrn
imurilerirn of Hherlff Taylor. The
pome In now well orcaiilicd. with W,
It. Taylor, hrothnr ot the nlaln otTI
rtr, In charxo.
' . Hherlff Taylor'a funeraj anrvlcen
Wilt bo hald thU afternoon. CUIr
and stata offleora froip all parti ot
Orrgon ara hera to attend.
- Sheriff Humphrey "aid today that
hlle hn had not boen directly ad'
Vtned of the dotalln of ShnrlfT Tar
lor'n death, Medford offlenra who
Were hern today told the following
(lArgo red An hn handed It Into th"
ruliblHli away for him.
Thn oxcitso for tho practlco on tho
nart nf the ilnfllnrti nf tintuml Imnuiv
, ,, (lltly rl1.t Kt , cy B(r.
hng man to haul thulr Muff. Ho
nnyH II doesn't pay. Ono time whon
ho did condescend to haul u handful
of can uwny ho charged a dollar,
or n dollar and a hulf, or two nnd a
hnlf depending on who la tolllug
Iho story. And the city council ha
passed nn ordinance, supporting tho
garbugo man, thoy say, nnd If you
hire n private carrier to Hole' your
garbage nwny, you or he, or both of
you nro likely to bo takon up and
The truth of tho matter Is that tho
city bus a garbage ordinance that
should be enforced, regardless of
whether It works hardship on the
garbage contractor or householders,
nnd regardless of the political Influ
ence of said householders, .singly or
comblnod. And It should bo done
j w. iioniinrnnn, presi.ieni or iiio , Levy of a two rent a head tax on connection with the. pmparcd
Indlnn hoard of ro-opomtlr.il of Call- nvitry sheep owneil hy members of ' ms parade homh explosion In
fnrnla, arcompanled hy J K. P.,m- llin association, to provldn a fund for Itilfi. wan presented to the
bnrlon. u member of llin hoard of 'mirnml expenses and treat., n mir. ' whltn hnnn. iminv i.v ,. ii.
F. (, C'olll.'tt, nxoCU
llvo necretnry of thn hoard, urn hum
from Ban Kranrlnro, ItavliiR arrived
hint nUlil upon Invitation of tho
Thn Indian hoard of co-oporatlou
wan formed for thn purpunn nf pro-
lectltiK tho Indlann of California uud
udjncnnt ntatvn and neulni; Hint thny
Ret fair treatment from the white,
nald Mr. I'nmherton thin morning.
Hn alio told of Mr. Colletf having
mot Heriteant irown and Iku Jack
non, both Klamath Indian, who
npnnt lunt wlntur In WuihlnKton,
I). C, whom thoy wero working for
Indian leslnlatlon, and hn way nhlo
to unnlnt them at that tlmo. Thin
latter led to an Invitation, to tho
boartl to InventlRato prohlemn horo.
Thn Ihrco board mombcra will
lenvn for thn rciervutlon nomo tlmn
within tho next day or two. Thoy
alio expect to takn a pleanuro trip to
Crater lako while In tlm county.
One of tho mont Important things
to be taken up will be thn dliputo
oirr the boundary of thu pronent
renorvatlon, which tho Indlann claim
In not fair, and It mentioned an a
ponilblllty that thn organization of
the Indian tribal council will bo
placed by nn organization, which It
Is believed will bo more effective.
The Injunction null of Hophla S.
Henley, against Klamath rnnnty; the
county court, state highway commis
sion, Oakax Huber, contractor, nnd
others, to restrain defendants from
building a highway over plaintiff'
farm In thn valley soith of here, will
not come to trial Wednesday. Judge
llnrhnldor of Lake county hnd been
appointed hy Chief Justlco McHrldc
to hear the case, but a supreme
court decision In a similar caso In
Douglas county hiul iiindit iiecvnsnry
different tactics In thn attack of the
plaintiff and tlmo has been nsked of
the court to reform Its lino of battle.
No definite date was specified In tho
request for contlnuancn.
Tho decision of the supremo court
In tho Dougla county case 8. H.
Itockhlll against tho state highway
commission and others rovcrsea
thn Judgment of Judges Hamilton otj
Douglas and Hklpwort of Lane coun
ties, and establishes now precedent
on several legal points Involved.
The main contention of plaintiff,
the court held, was that Iho highway
rommlsslon had no authority to lay
out and creatn a now route hut must
designate existing county roads,
when such am In existence as stnto
highways; that legislative notion had
vested tho power of laying out new
roads exclusively In tho county
Tho court holds that tho highway
commission han tho power to deslg-
nnto new rond, citing law nt con
siderable length In support, nnd snys
In conclusien: "If this wore not tho
right construction It would bo lm-
posslbln for tho commission to work
cut any complete system ot connect
ing roads and would Imvo
to follow tho roads aa designated by
tho county courts, howover difficult
or Impossible tho grades ami align
ment might be."
TO HEART ATTACK
yhlle at work yesterday nt tho
lumber camp of tho Puckott Hron. in
tho Odessa district, Charles Mornor
dropped dead of heart failure. Mr.
Mornor was 41 years old and has no
relatives as far as his acquaintances
hero know. He had suffered from
noverat' heart attacks In tho past
(wo weeks and it was not a total sur
prise when he succumbed to the at
tack yesterday 'afternoon.
The funeral was held today at
3:30 o'clock from the Whltlock
ISHEEP MEN LEUT
ASSO ATI TAX
- 'nlllS for omen-ened.. nn.l lnll.in
I" .-"- u uK.nc.ll
that earh momber of thn annoclnllon
Bhnuld Join thu National Wool Orow
nm, wcro two of tho renultn obtain
ed at tho Meeting of Klamath Coun
ty Wool Orowurn' nnnoclatlon here
Hunday. Hhcep men from all parti
of thn county wcro In attendance.
It won tho concnnniiH of opinion
that tho market for wool, lamhn and
mutton will adjunt Itnnlf In a short
tlmo, nnd thono grower who arc
nhlo to hold their ncanon'a wool
crop for a tlmo will get a fair price.
At prcnent tho bottom In clear out of
tho marknt and thcro I virtually no
quotation for wool
Iikn county wool grower have
dlnpojcd of n largo perccntago of
thnlr wool crop. It In reported, at
prlcen ranging from 1 to 43 enntn a
pound. It In nnld that thono who
own their winter ranches and rolno
their own winter forago can perhaps
break oven nt thin price, but tho
nheep ralner who renin all hln land
and buy all hi feed cannot come
nnywhero near making It cover tho
cn.it of production.
Local nhccp men, It In nnld, will
not ronnlder Innn thnn f0. cents a
re-iPotind for their wool rllp, nn long nr
they can possibly hold the crop.
Many of them, hnwover, am feeling
the pressure of financial need, and
there- Is n probability that In a ro
ndjnstment, If It comes about, many
of the rentern, whoso cost of produc
tion In relatively high, will be
squeezed out of business, not only In
Klamath hut In nil tho wool produc
ing sections of the west.
TRIP OPENS EYES TO
m HOME ADVANTAGES
After nesrly nine months of un
ulloytd plcnsuro and travel that car
ried them from this city to Georgia,
Tennessee and Texas, Mr. and Mrs.
William Griffith bare returnod to
their homo at Olene, contented and
happy to onco moro bo back In Klam
ath county. It was over 28 years
slnoi Mr and Mrs Griffith loft their
old homo in northern Georgia and
while ho was glad to go back and
renew old acquaintances, tho attrac
tion was not great enough to re
kindle tho old love nor a deslro to
remain permanently. In comment
ing on tho thnnges that have taken
placo tboro nnd horo Mr. Griffith
"There have been moro buildings
erected In Klnmnfh Falls In the last
nlno months than there have been In
my old homo town In Georgia In 30
years. Down In Texas tho bank de
posits of tho banks ot this city wero
causo for amazement In ono of tho
banks I stepped into to get u check
cashed. Tho trip did many things
for mo, nnd onn ot thorn was to mako
mo moro fully appreciate Klamath
HKIti: TO HTAItT IliriliDIXO
11. II. Hurt, ot Sacramento, ac
companied hy Mrs. Hart, is hera this
week making arrangements for the
construction of an oftlco mid store
building at tho corner of Soventh
nnd Main streets.
Tho old wooden structuro which
now occuplos tho cornor will bo
moved to Walnut nveuuo and mndo
over Into nn apartment house, by
Mr. Hart. i
UM)KH MKi: ANOTHER
"NO HACK" FINISH
BANDY HOOK, July 27. Tho
Shamrock and Kosolute got away
for on oven start with a threo knot
wind bldwlng. Tho Hesoluto had
tho lend nt first but nt 4:20 tho Up
ton craft took n slight lead. Tho
wind was baroly stroug enough 'to
fill tho sails ot tho racing craft.
NTAItT l'6lt CONFKIIKNCK
PAItia, July 27. rromier Mlt-
lorand -Marshal Foch and other
French, government officials loft, to
day for Boulogne,- to discuss with
Premier Lloyd George of England
the Ruslan SovhH proposal for a
conferenco with the allies.
MOONIIV AI'I'KAI, H 4
l'IM; WITH 1'llK.HIDK.Vr
WASHINGTON, July 27.
Appeal In hohnlf of Thoman
Moonoy and Warren Hillings.
( convicted In Han Francisco In
I leu n.i.n.u.i.ili. d, 1.....T.
- ,'.- ...,, v. I JlllltllKUlIi
ntetl Annoclutlon of Htret and
Klcctrlral Hallway Workers of
Amorlra, John Moonoy, brother
of Thomas Mooncy, bended tho
committee. A memorandum
loft for presentation to Presl-
dent Wilson sold tho association
convention had Instructed the
commltteo to "bring tho caso to
your attention nnd to appeal to
you to do all within your power
to seo thcRo men righted and
Justlco glnm them."
Charles Plum, accused of having
a gallon and a half of moonshine
whisky In his possession when ar
rested at his homo on Lookout
street by policemen Saturday night.
pleaded guilty In Justlco Chapman's
court this morning and was fined
1200 and cost. Tho caso, further
more, la still ponding and tho court
Instructed officers to keep tab on
defendant' behavior and It he doc
not keep to tho straight and narrow
path for the next 30 days the court
Implied that a Jail scntenco would be
Duck Gooddoll, arrested In the
cast side ot town Saturday night and
accused of having nine quarts of
whisky in his possession, pleaded
guilty and was fined f 40 'and costs
and given a30 day Jail sentence.
The Jail sentence was suspended'fdtfr
Ing good behavior.
Gooddell has never been In tron
blo before, the court said In explain
ing tho difference In penalties, and
as far as the court Is Informed has
had a good reputation. Plum has
been before the court before. Ac
cording to general testimony man
ages to maintain himself without
working. Nevertheless be produced
tho S200 flno without difficulty..
NORTHHAMPTON, Mass, July 27.
Rescuo fr.om tho reaction of war
was described as the transcendent
need of tho Unltod States In an ad
dress which Governor Coolldgo de
livered today In formally accepting
tho Republican vlco presidential
"Tho chief task before us," he
said, "Islo repossess tho people of
their government and property."
Coolldgo found another sourco of
gravest public, concern to be "tho
reactionary tendency to substitute
the private will for tho public will,"
nnd raid tbero had been a disposition
on tho part of soma Individuals and
groups to Inqulro whether they liked
tho law, and If not to disregard It
and prevent Its execution by meth
ods of direct action."
"Observnnco of the law," he said,
"Is tho groalest solvent of public
Ills," and ho deplored attempts to
create, class distinctions.
Tho scene of notification took
place nt Allen field, tho reception
ground of Smith college. Tho plat
form was only large enough to ac
comodate tho speakers, nnd n fow
distinguished guests, from umong
W FINED FOR
the great ussomblage present. Cool-Ihoth
Idgo heard from Govornor Morrow of
Kentucky the formal announcement
of his nomination "by the spontane
ous wish ot the, Republican party.,"
: m i
OREQON Tonight and Wednes
day, fair; moderate northerly winds.
l"- I ., B B
nnrfiiiimii ' -'
While Klamath Fall
peacefully slept last evnlag, ,
mayor and hi cablnat held a Br.'7
traded session at the city kail ('-
vino mean for protecting tka
munlty for an Invasion of I. H
firebug. Just what plana war fcg
cannot be revealed by thla wrttar,
tho powers that be having choava at
the beginning of the teuton to raty t
entirely upon their own laUfllgwiaa '
to carry them through tho i an raw ,,
cy In consequence a polite tavT'
tlon was extended for aaaaai' "y
men, who had wandered la
In, to withdraw.
So far as csn be learned tk ''
thorltie have not yet establish! taa
corpus delicti In other word locat
ed tho I. w. W who, accordlac te .'
anonymous communleatto frost '
Weed, loft there for Klamath Firta '
two or three day ago with tk aww- .
ed Intention of "burning the 4
town up." ''J
Weed, during the last npatb, Ma '
suffered a series of Ores, said to
havo been of Incendiary orgta.,. T)
most serious, perhaps, waa or Mm . .
night ot July IS, when a kani wit) "
burned, with 15 head of aorssa,
eral automobiles and a large, a.aa "
tlty of hay. Firemen aald thtVl
odor of kerosene was plainly; aptiiap "
ent around the burning' "rililijr'.t,i
oven after the flame bad bm cosnJ
headway. No doubt exists fts'tW'
mind ot Weed residents taat.tkf ii"'
tire series of fires was ytaaaaC' 'T'
Ilornbrook's dlsaatarassa Mas '
few days' ago. bears crat sBjnsjjrff1
of Incendiarism. Tka ttminmitm
valley, officer assert, to lMf4ssf- '
average of one Incendiary tra sv'tiMT
thl season. .Vs
Til ! atamtMftif'mn Asf that VsMsss.
councllmcnr police ' miiritm
last night was designed to lay aanat'4
for preventing any incendiary ''
bresk here. The Herald aaHiaBg
applauds tho motive of Um eusiisjt; '
ence. but In view of the Bartow M
ture of the situation and lm vtajr jf
the fact that property out
select circle hat possesses)
tlon ot an Intended oitnc la ate
seed. It believe that the aaMss
entitled to be Informed of att
able facts. Thus each cltlsea eaaVaefri'
constituted Into a guardian of las '
and order and a general watektaJt
ness for the commission of am evert '
act would tend to prevent amr ,af
tempt at Incendiarism, or It tae,as
tompt were made would ealarga the
chances of the perpetrator's oamtvra.
Industrial plants during the' last
two or three day' have laereiaaatf ' ' '
their armed guard and lssaed wM .
Instructions against toleratto.at
trespassing; have closed private;'
ways and taken every possible 'Bre-A
caution against lneeadlsry attack.-, i.,
LACKING A QUORUMr
Absenco of Councilman Branden
burg, who Is in Portland on bassaeas)
and Councilman Lavenlk,. who). aa4
not returned from the Elki-cpeYea-tlon
at Salem, resulted last mh) f$
adjournment of the council BsMtietf
until next Monday night. .."
A. bigger crowd than has .' Mam.
prosent for many moons, doabtleis
attracted by the rumors that furtatt ,
action on the anti-gambling AMI-:
nance would be attended by latereat'
Ing developments, filled two-thirds'
of tho seats In the council chamber.
Kven the neat apology from Mayor
Stiublo for failure of the council te
stage the scheduled icrap, talleete
entirely alleviate the dissppolataiemt
of the audience. ' i'A
MICAL tXWI'LK WFJDBD
Anthony R. Kvanson and Ireae 1;
Smith were married Isst evening ay
the Hov. F, C. Trimble at tn 'eiie
of the brido's mother, Mrs. shtaft
Smith. I ''-
HERE FOR PRISONS k U I'
Deputy sheriffs from Jeftajegai
rnunty came here today to sere:l;
E, Stembrook, wanted 'there; eav
charge of obtaining atoaer mtssir'
false pretenses. They took1 Ms Mstl
this afternoon. Btembroek wssrmr
rested here' by Shsrlt HamtmW' ' '