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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1920)
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Fourteenth Year No. 4008
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1920
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In vlnw of rucont fires, cltlconx of
Mullii hold it mooting yesterday,
discussing plans of Installing n
torn of flrn protoctloii In this dint
rlct, and to orKunUn a flro depart
ment. Tlio organisation wan effected,
nil thn following ufflcorn woro elect
d: A. Kallna, Chairman; Louis Ilol
illKchnr. necrolnry-troasuror; F. II.
HramlunliiirK, cliluf; Jerry Johns, as
sistant chief; Anion I'ulniniik, sor
goant of nriiiH, anil V, J. Hpolek, as
Charter members In aililltlon to
thn above wore Chan, Mnupln. Joseph
Vlclorln, Tony Vlctorln, A. Krupku,
Then. V. Flackus, C. C. Jala, Fred
I'clrnnok, II, A, Wntnnn, Hani Jor
gcnn, and N Mnrchnnd,
Them being only about 200 feet of
private hou uvnlliihln at present, tho
chalrmnn wan nuthorlied to onliT
enoiinlt new hose to lin able to reach
any pliiro In thn business section, llm
school house, anil closn-ln dHotllng
In capo of tint. ,
Another meeting will bo bulil nixt
Sunday at in A, M. In tho public hall,
for thu purpose sf electing a tioily of
volunteers, end also to discuss plan
for a IiIk ilancn to Im held shortly,
for tho benefit of thn now flro do
partinont, Thn proceeds will ha used
to buy tho necessary material for tho
An thin In a mutter of mutual In
terest, everybody In expected to ap
pear at thin Important meeting.
Telegraph Tabloid I
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NOME, ALASKA, Wednesday Aug.
26. Threo or four plunon of thn ar
my's Alankan aerlnl expedition took
tho nlr on a return flight to Mlnoola
at 3:30 today.
WAHHINOTON, Aug. 28. (Jonlon
Woodbury, former member of tho
New Hampshire logUlaturo, ban boon
appointed aulitant oc rotary of tho
navy to nuccoeil Franklin HooiotoH.
BELFAST. Aug. 28. Flerco riot
Int occurred hare thin afternoon,
when military fired on a itreat
crowd. The caiualtlci, If any, sro
OOXORKHHKKN WILL RE
OPKAKKRH AT LUNCHX
Senator McNsry and Conireaimen
IlawUy and Blnnott will be ipeakera
At the chamber of comjiyirco mombor
hip forum at tho Saturday luncheon.
Bvery member of the chamber of
commorce In eipoclally Invited to at
tend tho luncheon an matter of Im
portance will bo dlicuned.
fair nnd warmor.
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Itllll.ADKLPIIIA, Auk. 20.
lino Johnnoii, president of tho
Amurlciin tongue, toilay held u
loin; confurenco with Trln
Speaker, miiniiKur of tho Clnvo-
lain) team. Iloth nilmltteil thuy
illncuiinoil n roport relative to a
petition for ii boycott iiKulnnt
Carl Mays, pitcher of thu Now
York Amurlcann, who throw tho
hull that cuunud Hoy Chupmun'n
i PERSONAL MENTION I
Mr. and Mrn. I). I. Hlorcnn of Anti
land, Oregon, lira hero vlnltlng Mr.
and Mrn. It. I). Coxud.
Hoy II, Wonderly, advortlnlng man-
agor of thn (loldon Itulo, hnn pur-
hannil thn Montolliin hotim on Cron-
cent avvnun In Mot Hprlngn Ailill
tlon, and will toko ponni'Milon about
I thn flrnt of tho month.
Mrn. K. i:ntollu Carrier, toaclier of
'hlntory In tho local hlr.h nchonl, re
turned Innl night from her summer
vacation npent.at Ilol Hprlngn, South
MIm MiiiIkd Dixon, who ban been
burn for thu pint two waekn vlnltlng
.bur "Inter, Mm. Charlen l.oomjn, and
I her parnntn at their homo noar Illy,
returned on thn mornlifg train to
Minn Mario Itambo with n party of
frlondn drove to Crater Inko yottur-
day, whero thoy wilt npend tho rent
of tho weok.
J. Mcintosh la a city visitor
from Portland, Oregon, today. Ilo la
roglnturcd nt tho Wlilto Pelican hotol.
Harry Ilolvln left thin morning
for Hanta Clara whero ha wilt enter
thu university for the coming year.
Mr. and Mrn. V. J. Roberts nnd
Mr, and Mrn. J. A. Houston returned
yesterday from n two weeks' trip to
Anhlund and other Hogue river val
A. A. Whltlatch Is a county scat
business visitor from his ranch at
Hound I -a k.
V. I, Davis was a passenger on
last night's train from Portland.
A. D. Hockwood la registered at
tho Whlto Pelican hotol from Wood,
J. I). Cozed of Stockton, California,
Is In Klamnth Falls as a guest of Mr.
and Mrs. It. D. Coxad.
8. P. Dehllngcr was In town yes
torday afternoon from, his homo
stead near8tukot Mountain.
Mrs. K. A. Shaw, Myrtle Shaw
and Mrs. R. P. Shaw are city visitors
from Chlloquln, Oregon..
Marjorle Orlsoi Is spending a tow
days In town from the arises Lum
ber company's mill near nonanxa.
L. F, Wray of San Francisco Is a
Klamnth Falls visitor today and is
a guest at tho Whlto Pelican hotel.
. I.. Pattoa. arrivad last night
from San Francisco ,, to attend to
mailers of business.
W. E. Iinun, of tho Lamm Lum
ber contpany, was a county scat vis
Chester DoLnp, who has a ranch In
the Round Lake region, Is attondlng
to mnttorn of buslncs In town today.
Dell Gibson, who has boon visiting
Klamath Falls frlonds for tho past
month, roturnod this morning to his
homo In Potaluma, California.'
Mrs. T. R. Skllllngton nntl daugh
ter, Dorothy, woro passongers on tho
train this morning bound for San
Francisco, whore thoy will spend n
weok or so.
Austin and Thoodoro. Case woro In
town yestorday from tholr homo In
tho Mt. Lakl district, .
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. 'Hlgglns, who
havo been visiting Mrs. Hlgglns' sis
ter, Mrs, H. K. Plko of Pelican City,
returned home this morning. They
aro residents of Oloura, California.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 28. The
proclamation officially announcing
that tho suffrago amendment to the
constitution bad boon ratified waa
signed today by Secretary of State
APPOINTED HEAD OF
PORTLAND POST OITFICK
WASHINGTON, Aug. 26, The ap
pointment ot John M, Jones,, aa post
master at Portland, waa annouaeed
taday by taa otofflc dapartaiant.
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TO CHECK ROUT
WARSAW), Auk. 28. Hunnlan
Soviet reserve uro reported bolus;
'brought up on thu southern front In
LONDON, Aug. 28. Polish troops
yesterday, after hard fighting, cap
tured the Fortress of Ostrolcnka, 22
miles southwest of Lomzn, and forced
n passago ot tho Naraw river, accord
ing to a Central nnws correspond
ent, who quotes tho Polish official
IONDON, Aug. 26. Tho Russian
Soviet government, replying to a note
of Arthur Ualfour concerning Soviet
llmiico terms to Piilnnd, sold tho So
viet government ngroon to wunuraw
Its condition that tho Poles provide
nrms fortho workmen's militia In
AND BRIDE HERE
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Mason, of Mo
desto, California, anil Mrs. Mason's
son, Roy Doan, aro horo for a ten
days' visit with Mr. Mason's sons,
W. H. and II. W. Mason. Tho visit
Is virtually a honoymoon trip for Mr.
nnd Mrs. Mason, who were marrlod
about a month ngo at Modesto. The
hrldo was a resident of that placo.
Tho brldogroom slipped away and
Joined her thoro and tho knot was
tied quietly, so quietly In fact that
whlla whispers leaked out at the
time no details wero avallablo until
tho arrival of tho newlywcds last
Mr. Mason now claims Stanislaus
county, California, as homo, but &
til he transferred bis affections he
waa for many years a resident of
Klamath county and Is well known.
Mrs. Mason, boforo her marriage,
was Mrs. Ada Dolan.
Mr. and Mrs. Mason havo a fruit
ranch near Modesto, whero they will
mnko their home.
SURVEY OF COUNTY
The statlstlco and Information
committee, of which K. S. Veatch Is
chairman, has started tho work ot
making business survey of the
county. It Is tho purpose- of this
committee to find tho namos ot all
the business firms, what tho firm
sells, and what It buys, the names of
tho owners, and tho number ot their
This Information will be classified
by the chamber ot commerco and flies
kept up to date for tho purposa of
roplylng to tho many Inquiries which
coma Into the office every day.
It any pejson with the proper cre
dentials calls upon a business man,
the committee of tho chamber ot
commerce requests that tho Informa
tion be (Won as nearly accurately
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AT MIDLAND IS
One of tho largest Individual farm
(snles consummated In this county
was closed yesterday when Kd and
Guorgo W. Dloomlngcatnp purchased
'from Mrs. Laura A. Wlllltts C20
lacrcs naar Midland. Tno land in
volved Is located In section 31, town
ship 39, and section 6, township 40,
rango 9, cast, and Is one of tho best
ranch properties In the county. Most
of this property has been rented by
John W. DoPuy, who Is mainly ro-
sponslblo for tho splendid dovolop-
mont ot tho property, for he baa
handled It In a modern and progres -
Tbo now owners ot the property
will not tako possession of It until
aftor tho 1&20 ha'rvest. Whether
(hey will opcrato personally or con-
tlnuo to handle It as a rented propo
sition has not been decided. For
years the Illoomlngcamp brothers
wero among tbo largest successful
.stockmen of tho county, but slnco
disposing of their Interests near Dly
itliuy hnvu not engaged extenslvoly In
farming nor tbo stock business.
Their new purchaso might Indlcato
that they may again re-enter tbo
ranks of tho big stockmen of tho
Tho prlco paid tor tbo property
wan not announced, but It Is under
stood to bo In the neighborhood of
i50,000. Tho legal formalities on
behalf ot Mrs. Willtts wero handled
by W. C. VanEmon and Augustine
J. E. Endcrs & Company will add
a shoe department to their estab
lishment at tho corner of Sixth and
Main street about September I, they
announce today, when they expect
to put in a completo lino ot men's,
women's and children's shoes.
Tho firm started a few months
fego with a grocery department and
have mado a distinct success ot the
enterprise. Other departments will
follow the shoe department until
eventually a complete department
tore will be realised.
The shoa department wilt occupy
the quarters In which the Swanson
barber shop and Oregon Harness
company have been located.
Tho barbor shop has moved to
handsome .now quarters in the new
K. K. K. building.
The harness shop has moved
around tho corner on 81zth stroet, to
the rear of tbo Enders store,
A marrlago license wa slssuod, yes
torday to Frank Townsden of Fall
River and Miss Florence Chocktoot.
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HAYH AIMH OK IIITHS
8KHAHTOPOL, Aug. 26.
Civil war In Russia would ccaso
Immediately If tho Russian peo
ple woro frco to organlzo a gov
ernment according to tholr own
wishes, Gcnoral Daron Wrangel,
roccntly recognized head of tho
south Russian government, told
an Associated Press correspond
ent In an excluslvo Interview.
SITS REED IS
In signing up "Wild Dill" Reed
and Earl Ritchie for the heavyweight
championship ot the northwest to be
decided at the Houston opera house
Labor day, Matchmaker Smith de
clares he has procured for tho fans ot
this section ono of tho highest class
boxing attractions In the country.
Reed, on his recent Invasion ot Cali
fornia's boxing circles, proved him-
nelf one of tho ring's real gamesters.
Li. I). Levy, a-recent visitor to Klam
nth Kalis, Is authority for this state
ment Inasmuch as ho witnessed
Reed's latest starts in San Francisco
nnd Oakland. Reed's battle with Jim
Harry, tbo California heavyweight.
iwas declared by trie leading spori
iwrltors ot tho bay section as tbo roost
sensational contest ever staged by a
lpalr of heavyweights.
"Wild Dill" likes Klamath Falls
land wants to make his home here.
Ho promises plenty ofactlon for the
local fans and If Ritchie answers the
gong for the final round. 9fj
be a much surprised man.
Aa to Ritchie, he needs no intro
duction to the local fans. He has
!won all his bouts In this section and
haa.no idea ot letting Reed steal bia
This contest Is the first of a series
Uof high class attractions that Match-
imakor Smith baa in store for the
local fans. Smith is negotiating with
Joo Herman, tho terror of California,
for tho noxt main event In this sec
tion. Herman Is managed by Jockey
Levy, one of the most popular coast
zuanagers, and Herman loads Levy s
(stable of high class battlers. Jimmy
Dundee, Dud Ridley, Jimmy Duffy
and the sensational Battling Ortega
are also slated to box for Smith's
I L. D. Levy, of San Francisco, a re-
eat visitor to Klamath and a per
sonal friend ot Mr. Smith, haa prom
ised to Import tho boxing world's
Jeat hoya for engagements In thli
elty and Mr. Levy haa for yean been
one of the leading boxing enthusiasts
of the country.
Seata for the Reed-Ritchie contest
aro being placed on aale at the Jewel
and Rex cafes. Indications are that
there will bo a capacity house. Prices
re'2, $3 and fS.
MILL RUNNING WELL
R. E. Stlnson, formerly ot Red
Bluff, has taken the management o!irWrev enf Business men ne
tho Miller Photo company and haa!1"""0 -"T oiscernea mat me
brought his family to this city tor nearer of the pine tree emblem
normanent residence. Mr. Stlnson Is
nn experienced commercial pnoio-
His coming releases Mr. Miller so
that he can devote his entire time to
tho Mtllor & Powell lath mill at Pine
Ridge, which has Just reached first-
class operating condition. Tho mill
was finished and started about a
month ago but, as In the case of all
new machinery, it took some time to
adjust it to the amootbly working
Mr. Miller plana to take hia family
to the mill about September 1. Be
fore Mr. Stlnson's arrival he was
forced to divide his time between the
mill and hia studio here.
MICHIGAN MAN BUYS
RAILROAD AT MEDFORD
MBDFORD, Ore., Aug. 26. M. D.
Ollle of Cheyboygan, Mich., today
purchased the Pacific and Eaatern
allroad, which runs for a distance ot
IS miles, between here aad Butte
Falls, for SlIO.tOQ, at a receiver1
ale. The office ot the company has
been at Portland. Ollis did not an-
Laouaoe aay plans la connection with
pariher oaeratlba ot the reed: ' ' "
BESTS FIBE DDT
GAGS NO DEER
Uncle Sam's law In tho cities,
whero courts and lawyers are la
every block, (no reference to tha
courthouse question Intended), hi
mado complex by summons and
persedeas, citations and certiorari.
bmlcus curiae and habeas corpus, at
teetora, ad Infinitum, bat In the hills
the law Is yet a primitive thing aa4
still rides closo to the rancera
Now, lest readers among the legal
fraternity think we slight their call
lug and In Idle Ignorance Jumble to
gether a mess of phrasea which have
no relation to the general subject
matter and are utterly Irrelevant aid
Immaterial, wo propose as the tale
unfolds to show that an amicus curiae
may In certain situations be very val
uable, and the lack of one be a ca
lamity. Also that a writ of habeas
corpus Is as precious as salvation,
nn4as hard to obtain, In that part ot
Jha publlc'domaln presided over by
the bard riding servants ot the gov
ernment In the .olive green suits.
For In tho dim gray dawn ot the
morning a ranger sat in tbo saddle
and in Judgment, and nary an amlcoa
fcurlao was by to befriend two promi
nent citizens, and dlvll a habeas cor
pus within a hundred! miles to save
Jthem from 10 hours at hard labor.
Tho forest lord of tie high Justice,
the middle and thi low curtly pro
nounced sentence and there waa bo
tay of"&Kutlon. 'The doomed do
swallowed their medicine and a
scorcblog cup of coffee and proceed-
ted to felt the ball. T
Which meant a tnll day's sweatamg
Moll on the tire Uses, wielding ot wet
tacks and husky shovata by hand
''unaccustomed to such racking labor
and, worse, the loss ot opportunity
Ho bag the hoped-for forked horn.
The. talo got abroad with the re
turn of Leslie Rogers, cashier ot the
First National, and Fred Schallock,
box factory owner, from a trip Into'
Modoc county for tbo opening ot the
-deer season. They were minus meat
but full to overflowing with experi
ence. Doing men whose time Is valuable,
'Messrs. Rogers and Schallock decided
"that they would spare but one day to
ipromotlug the demise ot the deer.
They left here In the afternoon and
4t waa near midnight when they '
pitched camp In the Modoc county
forest. They rolled la to snatch a
few hasty winks. Intending to set
hbroad with daylight, hang tho nat
tered monarch by the hocks, aad bo
back on their respective Joba next
Man proposes and then takea what
happens. Before the deer hunters
wore stirring in the dark a. m., a
voice hailed from the outside, "Here,
tall you guya In the tent turn out!"
They turned out and the ranger
in a fow well chosen words told them
whore tbo tire waa and advised that
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ouiinoss. ney nil mo irau
for the tiro xone and spent a busy
day. Mr. Rogers says he Is no longor
tan ardent advocate ot conscription.
CALF CLUB MEMBERS
A meeting of the Purebred Short
horn Calf club waa held at the home
ot L. A. West Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. West gave the members some
Valuable instructions on Judging
calves, and H. J. Lester gave a dem
onstration on roping and throwing
a calt to avoid Injury.
E. JT. Heaeltlna, firs.' T. N. Case,
Mrs. H. J. Lester, Mrs. O. A. Hill,
Mrs. Clyde Griffith, and Mrs. Frank
Sexton were present at this meetlag.
The following ) msmbers wero
present: Olive Hill, Verle HasoK
tine, Phyllis Lester, Floyd TiBgloy,
Thelma Ttngley, and' Dale West.
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