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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1920)
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Fourteenth Year No. 3988
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY AUGUST 3, 1920
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.OBJECT TO COST
BILL IN SUIT
Objection lo tint cost bill filed by
tlnfii1niilx. tin prevailing parly un
der Hut rlrrult court decision In tin
cam of J M Duiigun nxalnst Klm
utli enmity. it nl . win filed last mil-
Ing'ln the rlrrult court by iiltoriwy '
tor lxnn Specific ground tor'
objection, directed mainly axalnst
tint cliurxe of rurlt'i! mprl wit
ne-, r '' out the objection
Itrttl. of -l Illll
The following wltnxMtPt' claim
were filed many of which ' not
protrstvd the time trur)ltii( from
onn to three day In addition to a
$2 per diem, the luw allow mileage
of SO trill ii inlli j
A K. tJrnlimii. $:'). S J Chap
man. 9G.20; Con Murphy, lio; T. II.
Waller, t 20, WlllUm llagwliteln.
ICSO: J M McCoy. $::d: C W
Kberleln, f 20, I. II Hague. $2 20;
UolMirt Kiiiiuult. M 20, V U,. Par
ker, '91 2"; T M I'unnlnxhiini.
Id. CO. Cliarle It Miller, f I 20; J II
Ourntl. 12 20; W F.. Arrant II 20;
C. a Merrill. 18; ' T Darlny. II 20
W. H Worden. two day with "
mile from Portland and ruturn.
$212; Wllllum Oaiiong. court report
r (half fee paid by ilefi-mUtiN). '
three ila)H. M5. L l Hague, copy
Iiik record In the cle'k' offfm for
tthlblt. 171.15; II. K Newell. ex
port accountant. lnetlg.itlon of
upeclat cuunhou fund. Jwo da'
trial rilcndani. inlliUK" from Kan.
32 1G, A. F.
pniM.wi.yr; onr patiov
Nor i.vrrM)i: j.vs
TOKIO. Aug 3 -Thitrn I no
Indication that Jjp.ui will ru
frnlu from carryliiK out thu mil
itary arrangement lm ha
made, for dnjllng with Siberia.
Tim government cmo time ngo
outlined tint policy ht tntnnditil
to follow and It l undrntood
Him uotn to Waahliuton will
point out (hat thu occupation of
IS CALLED TO
I'OMHIf I'KM'K WITH
Niiver foil n blow with greater un
;xp'!Cti!dneiii, or one that will cauxe
With Couucllwm JlraudmiburK
und Upp voting 'no" and (.'otindl-
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l. u....t.MflH .11.. I. ib it ii. .- aiii t.i''uiR uiiiih un iuu mm- iiuirrj w maniiruau luniiw in ihb vum-
tlnt HaKltnlln illntrlct, If It talom t ... .. ... ,. . ' . , .. ... ,
pl.c.1. .Ill .,., only Itmporary. ".!!"? . "" "? h" "l d. "i D",B
1'ln pool rontnt and other plicn Charlq J. rer(fuon. attorney.
ruachi-d a deadlock at lait nluht'n Outldt of her clots circle of
H)iI(m Thn nuyor xplalnd that friend and rotative, there were
,he had no rol In the paiane of or- many who knew and loved her who
Idl.'ianoM and could not bnak the tie. did net know she wan III, and many
Immediately afterward on motion other.), knowing, did not know that
of Hrandenbur the old antl-samb- hr lllnei wat aerioui. Even amooc
jtlujc ardlnance, prohlbltlnc playlnic her family It was not realized that
.card and dice and barrliiR all play- he waa not to recover from the all-
tiun iur muKii in puuuc iiace, wa iuvui wukii rauuercu au ujimiiuu
read . HrandenburK moved that the necettary In the Klamath General
.city attorney b Imtructed to amend hoipltal two week ago
thU ordinance, which If properly en- to grow better and It wai believed
'forced, he ald, w adequate rem- that aocn the would be well again,
edy, to ptuce an iddltlonal penalty if t-ait nlnht complication developed
llretuo revocation upon pool roomi and thl mqrnlnic at about 7 o'clock,
or other place where gambling wan one of tie falreat uplrlls that the
tnlltratetl. THm mntlnn rnrrinA f'paaln. a mr AntlnurnH htiman fn-m
reived today from Me.lco City Thl, Colulcman rohln ....' ,, ... b;.' kDn returd .
Thl ordlnanro leaei the card, dire Him m fair and unsullied as on the
and chlpn, It proponent bailn; morn He gave It. - f T
their aihoracj on the ground tint to Faithful, tender, lo)al. true, gen
itake away theie thing would 'de-(erou all these she waa. She had
prlvo many men of the hnrmltM re-.Jiftn lnlght. and her logical facul
taxation of a ocal "game." I and Judgment wero far beyond
Th debat- on the ordinance was the ordinary. Added to these a cour
warm and cowred wide latitude. ai? that never wavered In defense of
Councilman nrandenburg and L'pp her conviction and there was a com-
wer t.irget for attack, and both , blnatlon that might have, but for
made dufenihe Matcments, Upp. the greatne of her iouI. created an-
j 1.03 ANOKI.K.H. Calif .Aug 3
i A proclamation pronouncing Miant
the (loviynorthlp of the nnrttiern
l!trlct of l-owr California wa re-
I ncordltu to announcement todiy
Ii. Kdiiardo I'.ul:. reprDinntithn In
l.o Angelvt of the d fjcto Meslcan
MKXICAM Lower Cal . Au 3
Oneral Angul Klo-cs and S-nor Juan
Pratt. repri'iientniUei of the !) I.a
Iluertj protuioual government! earl
today were en routj to Lo Atnele
where they expected to telegraph to
LONDON', Aug. 3, Negotia
tion for an armlstlco between
I'oland and Soviet Ilula have
been delayed, according to a
Moscow wireless dispatch, which
says the Polish delegation left
liaranovltchl for Warsaw Mon-
lay to present to It government
the Soviet demand that tho Pol-
Ish delegate be given mandate
for signing not only an armls-
tlce, but also a protocol setting
4 forth the fundamental condl-
tlon of peace.
caUH.'d friend of both
L'a.H.I.... M...I ...I..P,t
.... ... , i i wan made In the conference to com
IITJiqr, prji llil-" ll ivimi- mir,
three dn)' attendance. I7S. plu 20
cent mlle-ige, llenjamlu O McDoux
all, three da)' attendance ut tint
trial, InveMgl.itlon of cotntrucll n
und condition of both courlboute.
etc., 1127 50, plu mileage and tx
peine from San KruncUco and re
turn, ITS 14. total I205.GS; II r'red
Clnuiuien, ittpvrl urrbltect, trial at
tiitiilaiire und lntetlgatlon, nine
day In nil, f)75, traveling expemv
from Portland nud return, 140.46,
drawing for Juy lluwerinn lo Iw
imed In brief 110, total 1725. 4n.
Til., tdllit nf 111. Illll lf rilittlt Bllll
milled b defeliilanl I II.721JU-Z
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'""" . ' . 7 '"""""' ,,,n luui on hU feet twice. HI leeonel gonlm. But her even temper In
:,r"" "r """ """ "-" .attempt to peaic rained a .torm of maintaining the righteousness ol her
Cuntil. cf tower Cnllfjrnla. v Kffort dUunurnvlnir rnir und lil... nn.l ,.,... u... k- .i.ja JV,.,.
rail of "ilt down" hut the council- found merit in ih via. nr nth.n
po.e tb difference which rauk..d man peralated and when quiet wa, ,ved her from even the shadow of
innui ,o ore.K on reianon wuu me restored made hi speech. . disagreement. Never was a woman
federal government. The council chamber was well fill- more universally loved. It Is not
nir ruiiion-nni vta inn uri iep -j. Whll th mxlnrlit- f .nuLu'rl,... .,ir- i i 1
- "- - - ni'l HSTran viiiuu r u a b . uul inn IIiril'ML Blliai.
, wuru for the ordinance doing away ment of truth, that not only did she
lack a single enemy, but every one
(hat knew her was a warm, admirer.
There rnllld tin nn nAiilml rtn 1,1.a-
hope then, will bo a peaceful tll.jdwMw were made In It, bobalr. i.l.m conception of such nobility of
n"'"1- received with an amount of applause 'character.
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iuai .uii.mi luimiuuraiiie iroiiaiiBi Eulogistic words might w strung
in It favor I vainly, end to end, for pages, but tho
Throat of ' recall" against tho tribute, wero It by tho most gifted
councllmen opposing tbo tlm ordl-1 writer, woutd not compare In the
tunco-were rained and the ability of millionth part to the heartfelt tribute
tbo police forco to enforce an antl- of "men and women passing on the
Hague On Hit ground that ;X-mbllng law wa questioned. Intreet today, of all walks and condl-
C. K. Hrlstow of the canientr'iU'oni'' wbo stop and ask each other
taken which Indicated that an armed
"" "'" T "'' " " entirely with dice and cards, the ad-
furl, til. mti-ritlrat Iiimh tttttitillk It.il.t .. ...
' ;- vocite 01 ine leu tttringent meas-
parties to'uro wero present and evnr.il a,l.
OltKllON Tonight and Wednes
lay, fair; modoratu wontorly wluds
(iinuiiiU for OliJiHtlnn ' L. II
Objection are filed by plaintiff tho charge for copying record, etc ,
regarding 'different dulms Itemlied filed, aro Iplully unauthorized by thouinlon, ezpresned the matter thus: I"1 th' true that Louise Ferguson
a follew: (law of Oregon. w
W. H, Worden On the ground I II. K. Nowejl On, the, ground that
that no affidavit wa filed to show 'no affidavit was filed a' proWdod
Wordun' etidencu was material; ifor In Lords Orogon laws, ihowlng
'that hi tt'Btlmony was not muterlalthnt hi tetlmony was material or
and calild havu been bown by the hU oral examination Important nr
pleading, being only lo the effect desirable On the record entitled lice force U Inefficient or it I sot
that lie was county Judge Cf Mamuthioniy to inreo days' trial attendance large enough. I bellevo It Is not
"wo want a clean town In which to M" dead?" and learning that it Is in
bring up our famillei," ho said. "So 'deed sad truth sigh, drop their eyes
fur a I have seen tho pollcu have
been unable to prevent gambling.
The chief of police admits It. One
of two thlug. Is true. Either the po-
at the time the Hot Springs court-'at 12 pur day and mileage fr6m the
house wa purtly constructed. Plain- Oregon Hue to Klamath Falls and
tiffs hold that if entitled to any
thing the witness Is only entitled to
'two days' attendance fees It, and 20
cents mileage. (This witness was
erved with a special subpoena, re
quiring his presence as an expert,
.providing for double mileage,)
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A. F Helde On the ground that
the law of Oregon does not authorize
leva tor expert witnesses, it en
titled to anything only to three days'
attendance and two mites, mileage,
13.40. inasmuch as he waa residing
In Klamath Falls throughout the
Benjamin McDougall On the
ground that tbe claim is unauthor
ized by law, a In the case of Helde.
If entitled to anything for voluntary
attendance at tbe trial It Is three
days, f 6, and mileage from the state
lino and back $3,
II. F,, ClauuHon Same ground of
objection a In two preceding cases.
Deny authorization for either clulm
for export testimony, $675; travelling
expenses 940.40. or 110 for drawing,
If entitled to uuythlng It Is $9 for
niionuunco ami single mileage from
Portland and return, 9 101, GO, mak
ing a total of 9110. GO,
Deny JuimI( (Ion
Plaintiffs further deny Jurisdiction
of tho trial court to tax costs, inas
much n tho bill of costs was tiled
by defendants July 31, 1920. at
which time tho case was In appeal to
the supreme court, the appeal hav
ing been filed July 28.
Three Claluu Paid
The claims of W. S. Worden, ,9212;
L. B. Hague, 971.15, and H. E.
Newell, 9329.85, have been' allowed
by the county court and warrants
Issued by the, clerk. 4 .
The claim of A. F.. Helde, 975.80.
Ben McDougall, flOS.I?, And H. F;
CUuimb, 1711,41, have 'w& kti
reacted., .. M A v
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The licensing of the so called
"Tule" was brought up. Council
man Upp reiterated that the women
who are said to Inhabit the place
should not be deprived summarily of
a living. They are entitled to a
chance to make a decent living, ha
said. He placed his action on the
ground of Christian charity and de-
fled anyone to prove any ulterior
Brandenburg, who voted tor the
licensing of "The Tules" as a room
ing bouse reiterated his statement
that he did so Inadvisedly. He didn't
recognize tho name of tho applicant,
bo said, and thought It was .some
place "ovor thore" motioning with
and pass on
Louise Sargent was born In Delta,
Ohio. She flrt came to Klamath
Falls about 1904 with her brother.
rank Sargent, who died In Seattle a
year ago last October. She remain
ed for a year or so, teaching the
Chase school. She wa a graduateaot
tbe Delta. Ohio, high school and had
taught In Delta before coming west.
After a year she returned to Ohio
but came back, la 1909 to reside per
maneotly, Pr several Jreara -afce
was assistant secretary to the Klam
ath Development company. Leavlar
that position four or five yean
since she became court reporter, a
position she held until a few months
before her death. It was through
connection with these quasi-public
offices that suck wide friendship was
She was married four years ago
last month to Charles J. Ferguson,
and her wifehood developed all tho
W. F. Kay, secretary of tbe local
labor council was taken Into custody
last evening by the police, who broke
through the locked door of his office
at labor council headquarters, after
It Is asserted a shot had been Bred,
Inside the room and Kay did not an
swer when C. F. Parker, president
of the labor council, who was in an
adjoining room asked for admittance.
Parker called the police. No charge
was filed against the prisoner last
This morning a cbargo of disturb
ing the peatfe'was entered and 'Kay
appeared before Police 'Judge Lear
Itt, pleading not guilty through his
attorney, ,W. H. A. Renner. He was
fined 97. Sand on payment wai re
; WltAMi sAFMff&akf Am
lice chief had peered through the
transom and saw Kay lying motion
less in a cbalr. The officers alleged
that Kay was violent and appeared
to have been drinking. It was fear
ed by the police that he mjghtvhave
shot himself but medical examina
tion removed this possibility.
Mr. Kay's statement to a Herald
representative this morning was
that he had worked through the
night 8unday night. He had a on-
day yesterday, working In a hot and
stuffy office and receiving callers
throughout tho day without an In
termission or without stopping to
Ho says that he remembers being
weary and walking to a wicker chair
with the Intention of resting. All
else Is blank, he says, until the offi
cers entered the room. He says he
remembers firing no shot. He kept
a revolver In tbe office, he says, It
having been left with blm by a union
member named Erlckson. Two or
three days ago. he said, a fishing
party came Into the office to Invite
him to go on the trip with them,
they bad a flask of whiskey and took
a drink all around. A couple of
ounces of liquor remained In the bot
tom of the bottle and be took this
shortly before bis collapse, feeling
the need of a stimulant, but he as
serts this Is the only liquor that he
took 'and that It waa not enough un
der ordinary conditions to cause Intoxication.
his band away from tbo site of the tendorness andloyalty of which such
I nrlou Ordinance,
Debate on the gambling ordinance
a groat nature was capable,
Other rolatives who are left to
mourn her are her mother. Mrs
lasted more than two bourn. It wasJMInnlo Sargent, of Decatur, III., and
noany midnight wbon tho racket of
dobate on thl question tlnnlly dlod'lot 3. block 94, Klamath addition;
away. The majority of tho crowd
loft but tho council continued to
grind away ut various matters until
past two o'clock this morning.
Assessment ordinances on Conger
and Klamath avenues, Pine and
Washington strpet, were passed.
The auto traffic ordinance, a
blanket affair. covering all angles of
t rattle regulation passed by unani
East Main street and Washington
street Improvement ordinances were
passed to second' reading:
Tbe following permits' were grant
' afoTlag W. 8. and' H. H. Hart,
M old "a-Mderseav buildlai." troa
MrBftf "U; 8eta' MM' Mala t
J. F. Magulro. building from lot 1,
block 12, to lots 5 and. 6, block. 13,
Building Oeorge E. Turner,
dwelling, lot 7, block 79. Klamath ad
dltlon. 91200; Annetta McCabe.
dwelling, lot 10, block 208, Mills ad
dltlon; Arthur Olson, dwelling, lot
5, block 3, Hot Springs addition,
9700; M. Mc Andrews, Ave room
bouse, lot 5, block 50, Nichols addi
tion, 94000; Ben Mow, six room cot
tage, lot 33, block 7, Industrial addi
tion; Klamata-Iron and Steel work.'
oa story frame addition to plant at
Bprlgg street and. Kim avenue to be
used (o house shop, ate.
The O. K- barber hon waa, mat'
The partnership between W. H. A.
Renner and Oeorge Cbastala, In the
legal firm of Renner ft Chastaln, bas
been dissolved. Agreement to this
effect was reached Saturday.
TAX LIEN SUIT
A tax lien foreclosure has been
filed with the clerk of the circuit
court by It. S. Wilson against Estella
Berry. Lot ten, block two, of Fair-
view addition Is Involved In tho case.
The Intensive di. 9 to raise $100,-
000 for the purpos of building and
equipping a new fV ;red Heart Acad
emy In this city will start Wednes
day, August 4. At that time the fly
ing squadrons of workers will take
thefleld and solicit 3,000 families
In Klamath. Falls. The outlying
towns of the county will be can
vassed as soon as tbe organization
of workers In these territories have
Tbe undertal t-g has tbe hearty
endorsement ot any local buslneaa
men, labor organizations and public
spirited men throughout the state.
A a result of the enthusiasm for
the success of tbe drive, many people
thronghout tb county who are an- ,
xlous to have tbe campaign start
right have alfjady offered their sub
scriptions; hlle unsolicited dona
tions have been sent In to start tho
ball rc-ltins ' Is this spirit showm
that has made the committees la
charge feel they are going to meet
with generous response, and tbe orig
inal quota will be collected In record
time. ' y
A meeting was lelc. at tne Sacred
hfeart parish on Monday evenla.
which was attended by the wo me
volunteer workers who will take.ap
tbe active canvass of the Klamath
In '"' talk' to those present Mr.
8hehat...cam?ain raaasasr. asHd:
'Whnvanr"un'artakrBat Mkv i.
as this Is launched and the' poblle
Is asked to support It. they hare a
perfect right jo know If j worthy
If it Is practical and whether It' will
benefit humanity. This noble enter
prise can qualify all these truths
and, therefore, is wholly worthy to
receive the substantial support ot the
public. .Every citizen should give
cheerfully. Obtaining subscriptions
to such a constructive cause Is not
begging, when you are a purveyor of
the supreme privilege ot citizenship.
You can, therefore, enter upon thla
work with a satisfied smile, your
cause Is Just. You are asking noth
ing for yourself and nothing that a
campaign for the Sacred Heart acad
omy ot Klamath Falls Is not .entitled,
to receive. It has no aim other than
service for tbe public gcod and pub
The meeting waa most enthusi
astic and gives promise ot one of the
most successful drives ever staged
in Klamath. All the workers pres
ent expressed the Intention to en
deavor to lead the list with the larg
est amount ot subscriptions obtained
and already a friendly rivalry exlsta
among tbem, ,
It was announced that another
meeting would be held at 11 o'clock
Wednesday, when final plana and la
structions for workers will be glveau
and territories assigned.
TYPOS ORGANIZE. '
brother, Thomas F Sargent, of De
Kalb, III,, two aunts, Mrs. E. R.
Conklln, of Decatur, and Mrs. F. R.
Isabol ot Toledo, Ohio, and an uncle,
Fred Kelly, who lives In Illinois.
Her nearest relatives on tbe Pacific
coast are Mrs. Clarice Worden, ot
Oakland, Cal a first coasln, and
Robert Worden, son ot Mrs. Worden.
Mrs. Ferguson's Illness first be
came apparent In Bend, Ore., four
(weeks ago while aha was returning
from a campmg trip with her bus
band. She recovered soKOwhat af
ter a few stars and they caaae home,
kut two weeks ago she was-forced to
eater the hoeeital.
rvaem amacesaeata await wet
'Hm i1 a,itt'r,, to"
9Vfll W WPnWX,f J
R. P. Coburn, district organiser
for the International Typographical
union directed the organization ot a
typographical local In the city Mon
day night. Nine printers, each of
them affiliated with the printers'
union either through active member
ship or withdrawal cards, signed tho
application for a charter. It will ar
rlvefrom I. T. U. headquarters with
in a'couplo ot weeks.
Tho officers elected are W. C. Klb
boe, president; George L. Drummond,
vice president; A. L. Fortson, secretary-treasurer,
and J. F. Webber,
The addition of one more printer,
who haa signified his intention to
Join the local, will bring every' active.
printer In town into tbe fold.
INQUEST FOR DORINr
. A' coroner's Inquest will he MM
this afternoon a( 3 o'clock aJaer
N. J. Chapman's eeart to 'sWnsjIatj
the cause of the death to J Derla,
wave' see lysei resteraetVM
aad died almost laataadr& O
WattMak la. taar aad.Xaiae
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