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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1920)
Uye lEunittn Iterald
Fourteenth Year No. 4037
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1920
Price Fire Cento
IOI'FICIAL I'APKIl or j
KLAMATH TMAS j
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(Continued from yesterday)
Nolo llolow li u cnntlnuntlon of
thn lUt of county fair prize winners.
Part of too lint was published yestor
day. Tho committee li till working
on tho report and more names remain
to bo published. Tho commltloo an
, nounces tlmt few errors will per
haps croop Into tho lint, but will bo
rectified If called to their attention.
Thnjo worn many jxhllilU to bo
Judged by fiiw people and In conso
luonru It would not b nurprlalnit If
n fnw omissions or errors nro re
Holhrook, INircheron stallion, first,
935; W L. Tlngley, llulglan stallion,
flmt, $:r; Charles Know, draft colt
under 1 yi'iir, flmt, 110; W. I.. Ting
Itiy, draft colt ovnr 2 and under 3,
first. 110; V I.. Tlngley, draft colt
, over 3 and undnr 4, flmt. $10; llruco
(llnddes, drnft colt ovur 3 and under
4, ireond, IB; W. I.. Tlngley, pan
draft cnltH. flmt, $10,
KiiRono lliinuiiond, Itamltoulotta
mm, registered, flmt $:0; Eugcrtn
Hammond, Itiimbnuletto own, regis
tered, flmt, $20; Eugene Hammond,
Itamlioulettii lamb, registered, flmt,
910; V. t, lliiKloy, Shropshire rum,
reentered, flmt, $20; W. I,. Tlngley,
Hhropshlru own, (not tvglstcrod),
flmt, $10; V. L. Tlniclcy, Hhropihlro
lamb, (not registered), flmt, $S;
John Coldwell, Lincoln ram, (not
registered), flmt, $10; John Cold
well, Lincoln u, (not rrglstnrcd),
flmt, 10; John Coldwell, Lincoln
lamb, (not registered), flmt, IS;
' Fred McKlndrey, Colswold owe, rcf
Istered. flmt $20; Fred McKlndrey.
.- CoUwold lamb, (notreialiirad),
lint, $&; John Coldwell, Corrledal
lamb, grade, flmt, $5; Charles Trlnk,
grade lamb, flr.t. $S; Will McLtoyd,
grade lamb, second, $2. SO.
Htmrthom rattle, lU-gUtrrnt
Rlla Obonchuln. bull, flmt, $60;
W. E. Lloyd, bull, iteeond, $25.
Hull, One 'er, 1'nilrr Two
Oliver Martin, tlmt, $C0; II. J.
Loiter, aecond, $2C.
Hltortlmrti rattle, Itrglntrrrd
Cowa II. J. Lester, flmt, $60;
Bllua Obonchnln. sucond, $26.
Cow with calf II. J. tatter, flmt.
$S0; OIIer Martin, second, $26.
Hnrd II. J. tauter, flmt, $50;
Oliver Martin, aecond, $26;Ollvor
Martin, holfor undor 6 months, flmt,
925; W. L. Tlngloy, bull undor 6
montha, flmt, $26; If. J. tauter, bull
under 6 montha, aocond, 9 IB.
(Iradoi, milk tttraln K. K. McCluy,
Jemoy cow, flmt, $10; K. K. McClay.
2 year old heifer (Jemoy), flmt, $8;
E. K. McClay. gratia calf, (Jomoy),
C. A. Hill, I'olnnd China now, flmt,
97.60; Hoopor, 1'oland China boar,
flrat, $7.60; llolbrpok, Poland China
bonr, aecond, $3.76; O. A. Hill, To
lutul China litter grades, flrnt. $10.
Pure llml Calf Club (Hliuflliohi)'
' Mulla Dorothy Hhort, flrat, $60;
Orln llondor, atirond, $36; Phyllis
taatcr. third, $20; VlrRll llosoltlno.
fourth, $16; Itlclmrd nradbury, fifth,
Holfum Dale Went, flmt, $60;
O'liyllU Lostor, aocond, $36; Dale
Went, third, $20; Phyllis Lester,
fourth, $16; Donald rattomnu, fifth,
910; Eugene Hammond, grudo Short
horn holfor, flrat, $8 gonorul.
Puro llml Jersey Calves (Club Work)
Hulls Charles Wilcox, flmt, iso;
. Groco McClay, aocond, $36,
llelfora Kvn Wilcox, flrat, $50;
Dorla Wilcox, aecond, $36.
Dairy Club Calve, Grmlitt
IIuIIm Robort Lloyd, flrat, $8..
Holfora Joo Wright, flrat $8;
Anna llimiott, aocond, $6; Harold
Dohlllngcr. third, 94; Chnrolette
Wright, fourth, 93; William l)uriott,
1'Ir Club Work
Kennoth (lordon, flrat, $6.
Poultry Club Work
' Whlto Leghorn dlvlalon two
Bryant Willlums, aocond, $2.60; Ma
rian Patterson, flrat, 96.
' Dlvlalon ono Marjorle Reader,
. flrat, $6; Kennoth Coldwell, aecond,
93,60; liryont Williams, third, 98.
(To .bo conttnuod)
HINN FEIN THHKATENH
iiki.kaht. Hopt. so. m-
Rtor'a proposal for an armed
civic guard In likely to bu tic-
copied by tho government If
preiivnt (Unorders continue.
Tho Hlnn Foln throats that
tho organization of such a
guard will bo considered a doc-
laratlon of war and result In
an uprising of all thn Irish Na-
tlonallsta, are not taken aorl-
oualy In government circles.
Thn adjustment of tho loss caused
by tho destructive fire that wiped
out tho Kcstorson sawmill at Ivan
has boon completed and tho adjuster.
K. It. Smith, has returned to head
quarters. Tho Insurance carried to
talled 9110,000 anil tho full amount
was allowed. All of the Insurance
was placed by thn J. II. Drlscoll
agency. The loss In excess of tho
Insurance wilt bo clnsn to $100,000.
In this connection I. E, Kcstorson
"The adjustment of our loss was
to satisfactorily handled and tho
business cloned so quickly that wo
fool a word of appreciation Is due
J. If. Drlscoll, whoso energy has re
sulted In letting tho mattor closed up
nd put us In position to go right
head with our plutis. While our
toss was heavy one and camo so
suddenly as to almost stun a person,
tho prompt adjustment helped to
mltlgato It to a great extent and wn
certainly feel very much gratified
' SPEAK BE
Judge A. L. taavltt this morning
received a telegram from Portland.
announcing that Congressman N. J.
Blnnott was on his way to Klamath
Kails and would arrlvo Thursday
night, presumably tonight although
tho wlro did not specify the date.
Arrangements for a series of meet
ings throughout the county, start
ing with a mooting horc, were re
quested and tho tono of tho message
Indicated that tho congressman would
remain for sovorul days.
On account of tho late train sched
ule It la not conalderod practical to
hold a public meeting tonight but It
Mr. Blnnott nrrlvea tonight tho meet
ing will bo nrrunged tomorrow.
MRS. CARROLL IS . v.1
Mm. Mary K. Carroll, aged 60
years, died nt her homo lit 41C .South
Itlvemldo street this morning, har
death being uttrlhiited to uremic
poisoning, from which alio hud suf
fered u long tlmo.
Mrs.' Carroll camo hero from Hay
City, Michigan, about a year mid a
bnlt ago, and hud not boon In good
health tdnco her arrival. '
A sou, Qeorgo Carroll, who oper
ates tho Chlloqulu Htugo lino, resides
Tho funeral will ho hold from Sac
red Heart church, following ruqulom
Muss, ut 9 o'clock tomorrow morning.
THREE MORE BALL
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CHICAdO, Sept. 30. IndlctmontH
against three ntoro ball playora and
alx or aeven gamblers may bo re
turnod by tho grand Jury Investigat
ing tho world series Bcundnl, It la in
1IUVH 1,800 liAMIM
Thlrtoon hundred head of Lincoln
lambs, purchased by r. C. McCall
from Tom Newton, of the Henley dis
trict, passed through town today en
route to McCall'a rango on tho Upper
ORKOON. Tonight, Friday, oc
casional rain, cooler east portion.
Thn following report of Central
school activities Is tho second of a
serins prepared by the school staff:
This week boglns tho second re
port month. Tho loachnrs and prin
cipal aro making artery effort to se
cure perfect attendance and wish
tho corporation of every par
ent or guardian. Tho pupils
who aro neither absent nor tardy dur
thn month will bo awarded n quar
ter day holiday. Most of tho pupils
attondlng this building llvo within
ten blocks and can bo present on
time by leaving homo nt 8:30 a. m.
when tho flmt bell rings. Teachers
nro not duo In their respective roomi
until that time, and at 8:46 pu'ills
nro permitted to enter tholr class
rooms. Classes art called at 9 (i. m.
nnd nt 1:16 p. m. when overyono
Is epected to bn present. At noon
wn have ono hour and fifteen min
utes In order to glva everyone with
in reasonable dlntanco an opportun
ity to walk homo and to hnvo a good
warm lunch, and for thn good of tho
boys and girls, wo urgo thnt they
take advantago of this 'noon period
In this way. Tho flrat bell In the
afternoon rnlgs at 12:16 when teach
ers are duo In their reipectlvo rooms
and pupils may 'enter their class
rooms. Wo slnceroly hope that every
parent will make note of tho time
stated and act nccordlnglngly In co
operation with us. Wo shall always
bo glad to have friends of our school
make ua a visit and show Interest In
frirmda Are Parted
The old aaylng, "The beat of
friends must part," waa brought
home to ua In grade five Tuesday
when nearly half our classmates left
us to go to the court hoa'se. W
had expected to win and to keep the
music banner, but the' division will
make that a little uncertain because
the battlo for It will be aa "brothe
against brother," slnco wo feel that
only member of our old class could
bo considered serious rivals.
On account of a large flret grade
at Central, tho division lines are
placed at Sovcnth street and Pine
streets. All children west of Sovcnth
aro to attend Riverside school and1
thoso north of Pine will belong In the
Falrvlow school. Until tho building
s completed tho Falrvlew flmt grade
will attend school In the courthouse.
Tho boys and girls of grade two
liavo been diamatlxlng one of their
reading lessons, "Hoy Iiluo and Miss
Mufflt." For memory work, they are
committing "Wynkln, Dlynkln, and
Wednesday, a coimultteo from
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in taceeh oe Aujutt , "there oeveraaesj ae
stripes yois Ibbz Irapejsj,
Ilecause tho tsato and county elec
tion will bo bald November 2 with one
set ' of polling places and election
boards and the city election will be
conducted with another set of poll
ing places and election officers, ro
tors unless they they give some
study to the matter of voting be
forehand are likely to be confused
on election day.
Ono Important feature la empha
sized the necessity of casting two
ballots will practically preclude the
swearing In of votes and no one
could put off registration, expecting
to mend his neglect by registering at
tho polls. Ho or she will have plenty
to do in voting Intelligently on the
many men and measurea that will
appear on the two aeparate ballots.
Registration closes tomorrow night
at tho county clerk's office. The
office will be open In tho evening
from 7 to 9 and that is tho last op
portunity to register.
The situation Is brought about by
failure of the city council to rcdis
trlct tho city ward lines to conform
with tho county precinct boundaries.
The county court, early In the year,
rodrafted tbo precinct lines to bring
all ten city precincts Inside the
city limits, Defore this action sev
eral county proclncta overlapped the
city limits, containing some territory
Insldo and sonvs outside the incorpor
The city voters on election day,
however, need not be confused, but
mutt not overlook the fact that they
mutt rltlt two polling places and cast
two separate ballots In order to ex
ercise their right of franchise.
These are ten county precincts in
side the city, limits and each will
have its own polling place and elec
Within tho same area are five city
wards, each of which will have Its
pilling plact and officers.
jln other words there are only
half as many city aa csmnty polling
places. Voters In several precincts
and parts of precincts will vote at
separata 'county booths but at the
sanu ward booth.
' Later on the election officers and
polling places will be designated by
the city council and county court and
will bo published. Voters should
memorize at that time the number of
their precinct and the location of
their polling place for county and
state election, and pursue the same
process In regard to the city elec
tion. Then It will be a very simple
matter to go tlmt to the county
polls In the voter's precinct and cast
a ballot and proceed to the proper
city ward polls and repeat tho pro
forth tsars ssd
HAItDINO AT HOMK UNTIL
MIDDLK WKHTKH.V TRIP
MARION, Sept. 30. Hack
after a second speaking trip,
Senator Harding went to work
today on various campaign
problems. Excopt for a couple
of motor trips to speak in Ohio
cities, ho plant to remain hero
until next month, when he will
make a swing through states of
tbo mlddlo west.
On his three day trip through
West Virginia and Ohio he made
20 speeches. His voice showed
no strain from tho experience.
FOR WEED FIDES
YREKA, Cal., Sept. 30. Accuaed
of making 14 unsuccessful attempts
to destroy by fire tho $1,000,000
plant of tho Weed Lumber company
at Weed, Pete McEntyre, a watch
man for tho company at Camp No. 4
of the company, Is hold as a suspect
In tho county Jail here.
In tho arrest of McEntyre. opera
tives of the fire prevention bureau
bellovo they have In custody one of
tho ringleaders of a widespread plot
to destroy Industries 'on tbo Pacific
McEntyre, the authorities say, ad
mitted that ho waa an I. W. W. or
ganizer, but denied responsibility for
tho series of fires which have caustd
thousands of dollars' worth of dam-
rf Tjst 'TTT'i'f' prop?rty.
uperanvea or me (ire prevennea
hrau are working on the theory
that McEntyre le a member of a gang
of arson terrorists. The barean la
Investigating the fires at the Hllaols
Pacific Olaas works In Fotsota street.
Ban Francisco, which recently caused
damage, estimated at more-than 91c
Q0o.Mff r t . v-r
-Accordlnc to records of the fire
prerentlejn"bureau. the last attempt
to destroy tne weed bumner com
pany's property was made last July.
During the months of June and
July, 12 attempts were made to bum
the plant and timber lands.
McEntyre Is being held at the
county Jail In default of 96,000 cash
Sheriff Calkins said that he hoped
to obtain a confession from McEn
tyre. Other than to admit that he Is
an I. W. W. organizer, McEntyre has
refused to dlacusa his arrest.
SIX KILLED IN
BUTTE TRAIN CRASH
nUTTE, Mont., Sept. 30. Engi
neer Mats and five unldentlflod men
were killed at Piedmont last night
when 40 empty eastbound Milwaukee
freight cars broke away on a moun
tain grade and crashed Into a stand
ing gravel train. The officials be
lieve tho unidentified dead were
stealing a ride.
LEGION IS AFTER
CLEVELAND, ,Sopt. 30 Tho ex
ecutive ccmmlttoo of the American
Legion appointed yesterday, at the
closing session today recommended!
tho dismissal of Louis S. Post, assist'
ant secretnry of labor, for obstruct'
tng the enforcement act of the dopof
tatlon law. '
COX SAYS UK WOULD
HAVE VOTED DIFFERENTLY
HUTCHINSON, Km,, Sept. 30. In
an address here today Governor Cox
declared that he would have voted
dry had he been acting under the
same circumstances as Senator Hard
ing who. Cox said, "votod wot 33
ttmea and dry two times."
UAU.OON HTRIKKH HILL
TOP IN DKNHK FOG
LOS ANQELES, Sopt. 30. -The
navy dirigible balloon "c-p" became
lost In a dense fog whllo proceeding
from San Diego to San Pedro to take
part in maneuvers, and crashed into
a mountain peak at the outskirts of
Hollywood, spilling flvo men from
the car and catapulting them 200
feet down into Laurel canyon. Four
of the men were Injured.
Wilting under gruelling question
ing by Detective J. F. Morley in the
city Jail this morning, J. H, Win
slow, known here as "Happy," con
fessed to the theft of a quantity of
silverware from the home of Mrs.
F, J. Schmltx, Fourth and Walnut
streets, Monday night, thus confirm
ing well founded suspicions that led
to his arrest by tho police yettorday
The tllverware, about 70 pieces la
all, and valued at about 91 SO, was
recovered from O. M. Ran, the pro
prietor of the Crater cafe on Seventh
atreet, In whose care It had been left
by Wlntlow, the latter having given
Detective Morley a written order for
Its transfer Immediately after the de
tective had subjected him to the
"sweating" process which 'disclosed
the story of the theft.
Wlnslow was arrested by the po
lice yesterday noon following Infor
mation obtained from a clerk In the
Eagle pool hall. Patrolman Wynn '
had casually mentioned the theft,
and the clerk then recalled a suspi
cious occurence In the pool room the
night previous. It appears that Win
slow, apparently under the Influence
of liquor, had unbuttoned his coat
and displayed an array of Jewelry
protruding from an Inside pocket,
which had been seen by several pool
room patron. While the clerk- was -
disclosing this Information to Patrol- ,.,
man Wynn, he glaced out of the win-
dow.aad discovered Wlnslow stand
ing eutsleW The arrest fallowed.
Rigorous questioning tailed to
eHelt nay definite admissions from
3iaalow. However, references to
e Crstet cafe, where It appears
Wlastofc sod .been attes nnd spend
Ing'HnfarSBf ils'tlmo. prompted the
patrolman to seek Information there,
but the proprietor asserted, In an
swer to a direct question, that he had
been offered no articles of silverware
or of any other nature either for
purchase or for pawn.
This morning, Mrs. Bchralti, dls-
aatlsfled with the progress of the
case, called Detective Morley to her
assistance, and Winslow, responding
to Morley's straight-arm methods,
made a full disclosure. He Is still In
Jail, Mrs. Schmidts having sworn out
a warrant for his arrest before Dis
trict Attorney Duncan late this morn
ing, before the prescribes 24 hours
following arrest on suspicion had
Wlnslow Is about 26 years of age,
and has been In the city for several
montha, part of which time, it la un
derstood, he has been In tho employ
of the Southern Pacific company.
The Schmitz home was entered
through a bedroom window, before
0:30 Monday night, Mrs. Schmitz be
ing absent on a business errand. It
is evident, 'said Mrs. Schlmtz,' that
tho whole house was searched, but
nothing except silverware was taken.
Every piece has been recovored, but
Mrs. Schlmtz declares that the re
covery will not deter her from lend
ing every effort to convict and punish
Wlnslow for the burglary.
TWO MORE SLAYERS
SENTENCED TO LIFE
PENDLETON, Ore., Sept. 30.
Irving Stoop and Floyd Henderson
havo been sentenced to lite Imprison
ment following their conviction for
the murder of Sheriff Taylor. The
trial of Elvle Klrhy and John Liif
toran, Indicted In connection with
the murder, has been started.
REUKF COMMITTEE SHIPS
CLOTHING TO ARMENIA
Five hundred pounds of clothing
for Armenian relief, collected Tues
day and Wednesday, was shipped to
day to Portland. It will goteast With
Oregon, donations In a special car,
where a ship Is waiting to take Amer
ican donations to the sufferers In
PORTLAND, Sept. 30. Hogg low
er. 919 to 914.00; cattle steady:
sheep low. Eggs and butter, firm.