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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1920)
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Fourteenth Year No. 3986
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1920
Price Fire Cent
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OF TAYLOR IS
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Hurt, alleged iier of Htmrlft Til I).
Taylor, (if Umnllllu county, during
tlm IVndloton J 11 break luat Hun
ly, nn el hi tnl, Jim Owen, am In
Jail hern this morning, having been
brought In early today liy n posse of
lx man headed liy J II- Mcl.achlen
of I.a (Irando. They were found
asleep In a shirphorder's camp on
(tin Tnllgatn road In Wennba forest
nd when they woke limy -were In
Thn posse hud been trailing tho
'fugitive, since lal yesterday Dur
In last night they rnmo upon thn
sheep camp and asked tlm herder If
abacklud tlm nmn and nwnkene.l
thi-m. They wcte brought here liy
utomoblln this morning
Hlmrlff Wurnlrk of rnlon county
Iherlff Wurnlrk or rnlon rounn
Iartd a IVndlelon newspaper
iplng wiu fouiiil plnimd In (l.irfs
kel "lie udmltted nu'ryllilng"
"Hart admitted to myself and p
clal Deputy Kind of IVndlvton that
be fired tlm shut whlrh killed Sheriff
Taylor." declared Deputy Hhorlff
Dester Mcl'.lro) McKIro) said Hart
made this statement shortly after
being placed III Jul I hero at 4 o'clock.
It Is expected th.it Hart and Owen
wilt be returned to I'endleton sonu.l
llenks Tii) lor. brother of Til Taj lor,
rrlwd nt noon to take charge of llw
I'K.MIl.l.Uir.. Jlliy -! .",
Untitle, alleged leader of tho Jill
sheep camp and osked the herder If Sometimes whore th-re's smoke here by saying! anu wu, oecompieiea wii
he had seen the men He denied anyjthop.'. fire, other Hums then.' only) "There are approximately GG.000 weo. M , ..'V'T'Vh
knowledge and then two forms were ttB explanation. This purports to be organized miners In West Virginia I Un ,L, I ,,' ,.
aoen nrorly nt his 1-.. The po.se , explanation of the firemen's 'and 35.000 who hae not yet been'", "" uullt,ln n lno
breakers who lieu oner Killing nnrr- ,,,, arrlv,, ,, a ail,,.r wa, run
Iff Taylor last Sunday, w.v. raptured u, nKulMl , rar of th ,uIUHk
today near millions, by u posie of No ,ttl0 ttai fo,mu oa t,9 rol)f. ,u
cltlien H wu unarmed when ,tlor,j. prValled upon Harry lllack.
HOTEL LOBBY FITTED
The lobby of the Central Hotel tins
taken on a most Inviting appearance,
4uo to the arrival this week of a
large shipment of old hickory furnMmakes a lot of black
turo. The new furnishings Include
rocking and lounging chairs, Jtteei
nd tables, alt made from genulno
With this shipment also tame an
other shipment of beds, mattresses
ad bedding, for the furnishing of
tho rooms tbat have been completed
Ince Ibe hotel wai opened. Aa soon
a tbeae ara Installed there will be
Igbty-flve rooms at the disposal of
tho public. Already this hotel bat
proven rery popular, mtatlag a de
mand that waa moat urgent. The In
dications now are that the ground
Soor on Klamath avenue will have
to be equipped with rooms It the de
mand for accommodation continue.
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TOKIO, July 31.- -An out
linn of Japan's answer to jllm
United States nolo relative to
Jiipan'N Intention to occupy
Hnghalln, Siberia, was printed
today by newspapers, .Word
ing to tlm newspaper account
thu nnswer. In pointing out
Japan's policy, will nay that tho
occupation In unavoidable In
oritur to nialutnln her national
privilege and that tliti decision
to occupy tlm Inland will not be
.t,erng at Kwani n's burlier shop '
The iiu'etliig was purely I in
promitu. occasioned by tlm dlsrowry und Wayne, all in the southern part' ,.
mlK al,out M ,,'docu t,y "Hill' 'of the state Tho rampalgn to or-Joul' f
irn, f vast clouds of thick, gas.-' ganli these miners ts well under way' p
1U .nll, hovering above the, and we oxpe-t tj have It completed "J""" ,
Con ti el I in a ii V M I'pp was up Lite
(ni pun Intended) last night und
raia. tti.s a.fil-ilsa f f tllrM..l. (tl till I
.an ."' nutun" - nr
alarm In. tlm meantime. I.nrenr
attacked the front door nnd. tried, to -
Kt In. He made considerable com-,
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a Pirtjnr vinr-. iini juii-au uiiii i
'.vim want, cumin ienurulln rouu
, ,, nl , h01lr. A.t RoIn. t0 ,.,
m nonow. anu ino siepy voi-o irau-.
ed awav Into slumber.
a, Ml .I,- InLv n:ill .if mnkn Irulle
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tlm colored Janitor, (again no pun-
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ililng Intent) to open the door and
' Now that tho explanatory part of
the story Is 'arrived at, It's simple
I eunuch. Harry had been disposing
of the day's collection of hair by the
(usual method Incineration In thn
shop furnace A lot of burning hair
Councilman Upp Is
Inclined to be
nervous about fires, they say, since
the wobbly scare started,
Noah I,. Klokade and wlfo of Cin
cinnati, Ohio, ts visiting Mr. Kin
kade'a brother, J. W. Klakade at bis
home, 2420 Wanttand avenue. The
visiting brother and hla wife ara on
a tour of the United Statea, visiting
the national parka along the route
and calling upon hla brother. There
are seven of the boy In the family
living all the way from Cincinnati
to Klamath rail, and Noah L. and
hla wife will probably see them all
before returning home. He had not
seen the brother living hero for more
than SI year. Mr. Klnkadg i con
nected with the electrical department
of the B. at O. R. R. company at
WOMBN TOURISTS BACK FROM
VISITING ORATKR hAKK
Mrs. Marjory Ford, who recently
came over from Scotland, Miss Mar
jory O. Ford, a atudent at Stanford
university, Miss Ruth Sheaban, a
registered nurrfe, and Miss Mary
Drownell, who was a nurse In Rus
sia and Rumania during the war,
and who la now county health nurse
of Lincoln county, Oregon, have been
on a tour of the northwest and visit
ing all the national park. Yeater
duy came down from, Crater lake and
thla morning left for Shasta Spring,
California. Mr. Ford hope to re
turn to Scotland before Christmas.
WORK STARTED ON NHW
R. B. Wattenburg, contractor, to
day started excavation for the found
ation for tho residence of Dr. L. In
Trans on the corner of (Fourth and.
High itroota. Thi speelttoatloaiealt
for a o-tory raolMico coating
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HOT IN 1 I
VM.MAMHON, W Va , July 31,
i An Industrial conflict Is being wageu
' HHie 'lieiwwmi lllinu illMllilkilin unu
headers of the United Mine workera
lover the (juestlou whether all tho
bituminous coal miners In West Vlr-(erslty of Oregon. Work on shin
glnla sliu'll be organlted as union .gllng the roof, plumbing, beating
Inien. ind wiring Is now being done on the
The miners' leaders also demand ' new woman's building, whllo founda
Ithat the scale of pay now In use lnjtlon orl taking place on the new
I the Kanawha field be adopted In thai co,n roe"'' bulldln nd tho second
'Mingo county bituminous field here.
Charles K. Keene, president of
district number 17 of tb United Mine
workers, who Is In command of the)
union fore, explains the situation
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.McDowell. Iigan. Ilulelgb, Mercer
before the snow flies
"Tliii men and the opralors could
K't together nnd Hittlo this thing It
la. !. nnl fit tit is lillnii fMI ft ni .
Jl fis-.n is Ilk, " ' w. n u" i ' '
They are depriving the men of their ,
, onstltutl.mal rights and that brings
about trouble. Why. I understand
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(.uinPAilli'S tint iiuviuk iimut. wmroL.. , .....
iil.iiiTilf urn on tlm bonier between'
M ,, NcDowe countle- with
inii' - i - iu mut.iiiiu kuiis.
rlili-x una maciiino guns.
"What would happen If an attempt ":K'"Cn ". ,.,, f a" ,lmM ,0 membe" 0rtha r
e.llwere made to operate the mines here1 or M ""! fonnil"ton if '.ganlzatlon.. James Stevens Is presl
us. with non-union men? I wouldn't like '"? ,m""n"; J work on the dor- cnt of ,, cMnary .., aai
ii. nnn.nnifin mnT I wniildn't llklu iu" ""''. ,ne rK " lne uor"
.light now this situation I. ,
m III. Tho men havo noi
complaint when the law Is enforced'
by tho propor authorities. Hut they
will oppose to the last, the use of
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private armies enlisted by the coal
Hurry Olmslead, of tho Coal Oper
ators' association of Williamson,
gavo the other side of the controv(haIIi lhe prejent hoM q choo,Istartea Ia the shove, creek dl.tr,ct
inn unueu .nine worKers oi iu
organize their field." said Mr. Olm-
and then move on to the
larger and more Important Jelds of
KlriAw.ill U'vi.mli.v Uttrrar eAlin.
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ties, and what mines have not been
organized In Raleigh. These are the
last "important unorganised bltumln-
ous.coal fields In the country and.
with theso organized, tne union win
control the bituminous productlon"ot
the United States. Tbey will then
be In position to enforce the demands
formulated at the Clevetand conven
tion last year, and which they could
not enforce in the general coal strike
last year, because our mine in thla
part of the state were operating add
our men atuck to their poata. Wo
aaved the country from suffering
then because thla field waa not or
The Kanawha scale which the
union demand ia tea than the scale
we are now paying and I don't know
that the question of treatment or
working condltiona baa entered Into
the controversy. It la Just a ques
tion of the United Mine workers
unionising the mine, with all tbat
such a course carries. We object to
that, because for a matter of 20
years, we have enjoyed peace and
quiet here In this field, and I may
say that because of this, we have
made the success of this field pos
sible. "All differences have been settled
by operators and miners, and settled
satisfactorily. I know of some union
men who have come in here from
union fields but they left Just as soon
as the union organizers came in last
spring. I don't believe there Is any
basis union sentiment In the field,
because the men have always made
good money. "
"The mines are among the best In
the state. Wo have" no ga and con
sequently no explosions and tho lying
coaditlons In 'the valley are good.
"Tho' BaMwln-FslU detsctirss.'
about whom on hoars o much, ara
me mptoyd to gward property and
'Innosonso'ara thsrn-M.rsar. Ia
fast there iraat amis'' guard la
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gene, July 31 jinterioi progress nas
. m.-ji ,iiii.t Trikini, iiiti m,i -';rv u,i
tlm three now buildings being ccn-
structed on the campus of the Unl
unit or in women a dormitory.
All of the outside masonry has
been completed on the woman's
."ua" - r. " " rootuoarda laid,
while the shingling Is well along,
and will be completed within a few
floor, has been partially completed,
workmen are now digging a
large trench eid ng from the build
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ater pipes wilt run.
fitters are past tho Initial
f work on this building, and
the plumbing and heating work
expected to be completed before
many -weeks, except for tho finish
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iprinz in Hxn(cinfi in innnu noon.
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.0i,w. rernivea hv iW wr.ina .owe. "n"0"u,P ! fire-starjed, from a carelessly Sung f
'.'".".." iUmint w-rlnJ cairx nti ,"l",:"' wrUin---tHca'Viia'rttr;or' burning tobacco whlca
,."' ,., 1 ...',.,' , " !'lctc-' hav --. ItwlaJIea and tbeJ'n-s,; , tne i0- deck. n0 ial(
Painting, cork floor coverings,
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tlnff. black boards, mill work, finish
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icnavunlt of tliM women s .lormltorv.-i
enunlt of tlm womon's dormltory.Pp,i,f Xrnl'-, ,na ,h ....j; ',, nn.rf
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Hoth the new women's dormitory
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'nnd the new commerce hall are to bo
duplicates of present campus struc
tures, as far as outside architecture
Is concerned. The new commerco
structure will bo a replica of Oregon
law, and school of education.
while the second women's dormitory
unit will be similar In detail to Hend-
.ricks hall, the present women's hall
The construction of the new build
ings ha provided much work for
studenta of the university, several of
them being emptoi-ed In varloua way
on the structural work.
c THEFT OF STEER
Jess Schosaia waived examina
tion oa a charge of larceny before
Bert'C. Thoatn. U. S. comnalastotwr
yesterday and waa bound over- to
gransVjuryriaTaotlgatloa. Hi bead
waa tsod at Mao. It I praamM
that ho will bo tried during. th, Oc
tober term of court at Medferd.
Tho complaint against. Schoaals,
wasimacw July 17, sad a was ar
restJuly J. Ha U alleged to
hav stolen aad.butcasrod a steer be
longing to John Anderses. Ths- most
I upped to havo seen otd to O.
T. Aadersoa who owas and operates
a store at Yalaar. John- Anderson
resides at Hildebrand.
CHICAGO. July 31. Miss Ruth
Woods, pretty hotel cashier who was
alone with Samuel T. Loftls, head of
the diamond firm of Loftls brothers,
when he died suddenly in his luxuri
ous npartment lost night, told the
police today that Lottie fell to the
floor dead after they had engaged In
"a friendly struggle." The polio
declare Loftls' death waa caused, by
concussion of tho brain who he. fell
ployed by the companies ss any cor
poration, which doss- not haw Its own.
Taw Mlsgtt district prodsoed last
worthu ajpti. atMa iVssbkmb
1om r.eJ.atv. Mossy ilHsV.-.ta,
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It. It. CAItltVINO uati:.s
WASHINGTON, July 31. wi
An Increase In freight, pan-
songor, Pullman and other rait
road rates, which It In estimated
vlll Increase tho rerenue of tho
railroads hy $1,400,000,000 to
meet Incroased operating costs,
was npproved today hy the Inter-
statu commerce commission,
effective uppn five days' notice
The first meeting In new quarters
waa held last night by the Culinary
alliance, which baa leaaed the base
ment beneath the K. K. K. store on
the corner of Fifth and Main streets
and will meet there In future. The
local has been holding Its meetings
In the central labor council hall.
Thn officers of the local state that
It has 163 members at present and
feels that It should have Individual
quarters where surroundings can bo
supplied for the comfort and conyen-
icnce or us mixea memoersnip.
4 For the women of tho organization!.
, wiui "i.i " . ,,...., .v,uu. '"M.mnVK hut trolatlralr imi flamaia
wading, sowing and addal .meetings.
, cpmionauie ioubo room -naa "SnjiQ.vej area r
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Some excellent oil
paintings have been secured for the
Tbe.npiomeetlng. are held every
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p' S' ' l loe mtMr-
FIRE IS OUT,
YREKA, Cal., July 31, (Special to
The Herald). After burning toj
with a half a mile of Klamath '
A I . 1 .i.lM.
lioi B,r.n&n, mu turtrai, tiro uiui
last Monday night. Is today reported
under control. ,
Ranger Hill and a crew of 20 men
from here, reinforced by 30 men
from Copco and other stations, fought
the flames. Late this afternoon the
fire waa reported to be dying rapidly.
The burned over area is estimated
at a thousand acres.
Superintendent W. A. Huestls and
a small crew was called out Wednes
day to aid the crew that was work
ing. The loss from the tire Is esti
mated at $1,000.
RUMOR Or FIRE AT WKED
PROVES TO BE BASELESS
Reports current here todsy that
the-new mill of the Weed Lumber
spaay. h'sd been destroyed by Are
last night, were denied today -npoa
telegraphic Inquiry by the Herald.
It was stated that there had been ao
Irs In Weed, otssy kind, tor ths
past ten day.
OREGON Tonight and 8unday,
fair; moderate westerly winds.
SACRED HEART PASTOR HAS
MESSAGE FOR CONGREGATION
Members of Sacred Heart parish
are requested by Father H. J. Mar
shall to attend the last mass at 10:30
o'clock tomorrow. Important an
nouncements are to be made, says
the pastor. .
PLEADS FOR JUSTICE
TO NAMELESS CHILDREN
LONDON, July 12. (By Mall.)
The wlfo of Lord Mayor Cooper of
London, on the occasion of the re
cent opening ceremonies of a refuge
for homeless children at Waltham
stow, said thst ths tlms had come
for someone to introduce a bill ia
Parliament to give "ths unusual
number of uawanUd children" thslr
Ths Lord Mayor declared that
both starts aad alsc ths 'war ths
lacrosse la thsasaabor at lllsgitK
m4'cliBr: MHHX tsrnUad rtt
lasMStsr rlble';, :thM.Us,ssh rets am
, .w . ,1 Jthsaa eWldrea spMUmg. ) J
LUGS, HOPE TO
Fire artlng Thursday'ovenlng la
one" of';. J. Btelger's log decks oa
Ilock cieck was still burning thli
morning after having swept over 300
or 400 acres of cut and standing
timber. Flre-flghters saw favorabU
Indication this morning. It waa re
ported, that the blaze would b
brought under control by noon. '
Harold Ogle came In from th,T
scene of the fire this morning. He
said tbat 'etween 300,000 and COO,
000 feet of!. Btelger's logs wore In the
burned area. The amount of dam "
age done them cannot bo estimated'
until the Are dlea out and Investiga
tors get on tae ground. The loss de
pends on the depth to which the logs,,
The Are got Into the Weyerhauser
standing timber, but not to a great
extent. The amoke and reflection of
the flames was visible from this city
last night. The volume of smoke In
dicated a serious fire, but Mr! Ogle
M,d tat -- JM ,he bUte WM
In old slashings, which made It a hot
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inre who pieniy oi
eowpaPea fot, 'protious work In the
It was thought, he said, that the
that It was not thought the fire waa
(started with Incendiary Intent.
A ol oiCISCt- "B1" -
fighting the Are., nnd Captain Cal-
Ulan topfc'S'jrVsjfVoad of iTolunteer.
front this city last evening.
MARION, Ohio, July 31. Hard
ing's front porch campaign began to
day with a pilgrimage to Marlon r
a delegation from Mansfield and sur-
rounding country in Richland county.
QUAKERS WILL NOT
TAKE OVER RELIEF
I PHILADELPHIA, July 31. Ths
American Friends Service committee
of Philadelphia does not Intend to
take over all of the child feeding op
erations In Central Europe, now con
ducted by Herbert Hoover through
tho American Relief Administration
according to announcement made at
the offices here.
The economic altuation In those
countries is far too serious for oaa
organisation to do the work alone,"
officials say. "We are doing onr un-
most to alleviate the suffering of ths
The latest cable from the Berlin
offlce states that S!,000 children)
are now being fed daUy la SS dttsa
la Germany. "This probably will ha
decreased during tho harvest perls
whea fresh vegeUbls and fruit' will
be mere plentiful." the message says.
"Beglaaiag with September tho
number of children fed will (across
agala to at least 500.000 aad will
continue without a break until ths
summer of ltll. Thla will bo In
creased to 1,009.000 It funds from
America can bo secured to mako this
possible. The Oeraua government
has Just agreed to give us the flour
and sugar needed in the feeding."
FINAL LINK OF
BERLIN. July 10, (By Mall).--Germany
at last Is to have tulasA
water connection between It east'
em food producing region and Its
western msnufscturing district, tho
Prussian state ministry having de
cided .to supply the final link which
will complete the long chain of canal
between the Elbe and tho Rhino.
This csnsl, sbout S3 milss loaf,
will Join Hsnover aad Msdgsbvrt
IU absence daring ths war proved a'
great disadvantage to Oermajgr
which, becanss.st ths alliss' Maib
ade, had to .abandon Its trsaspsri by
wsy of tho tfcrsti a dad taa BalU.
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