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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1920)
A Class Ad Will
Fourteenth Year. No. IOIH.
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Hero Is tho first plcluro taken In America of Mrs, Laura MacBwIney, widow of tho lord mayor of Cork or Bacramento. sam to Mine rawer
who died In llrlxton prison after a 74;day hunger strike. Tho group photograph Is tho committee that sailed;"' " Ingersoll, sat at the defend
ilown tho hay to meet tho "Celtic" aud wolcomo with Joyous cheor and tho waving of Irish "republic" and n"1 tab'-
Amorlcun flags, the arrival of Ireland'
lowing Batunlay night and Sunday'
C. OF C. REPORT
BIG FACTOR -IN
H. D. Newell, manager of tho
cal reclamation project, re
last night from Washington, I). C
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WDoro no aiicnuru .
dam hearing before Secretary Payne,
December 2. Mr, Newell said he
had no later knowledge of the de-j
velopmont of tho hearing than tho
Information carried In tho Associ
ated Press dispatches of Saturday,
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telling oi iuo iguuiK "i -!-plemenlary
contract botwecn the
government and tho power company.
Until ho rocolved tho official report,
no said, ho would bo unoblo to
comment Intelligently on tho out
come, but believed that tho now
contract contained tho provision
outlined In tho chamber of com
merce roport aubmltted alter thn
(hearing hero last month.
Mr. Newell said ho thought that
the chamber of commorco commllMrs and friends lioro Dee. SO, 21,
. . a . 'mm I al a a...fl..'i. afta I,
tee' roport was a very neipiui lar-.-.., mm - nnoun luuujr mm uioy
tor and carried much weight In tho,had secured the promise of It. y
hearing, .(lutin, head of thn department of
Regarding the appropriation for farm munagement of tho O. A1. ,C.
-Uo local project for tho noxt flscatto ho present during the convention
jyear, Mr. Newell said ho had no In-, and give dally course In furm ao
nldo knowledge of what might bo, counting.
exported. Ho explained that It will
probably be Fobruary bofore congress
finally authorltca the appropriation.
A factor that count most, how
"V over, and ono that Is not taken Into
' account by tho general public, I
that congrosa authorlxatlon does
not necessarily mean that tho max
imum amount authorised will bo
pent on tho project. It will be
pent If avallabjo, but herotoforo
tho reclamation revenue ha notjfour.es that will Interest wonvoo Is
Iwoi. sufflcl&nt. resulting In n pro
rata paring and tho expenditure, of
.considerably less monoy than thero
waiT authorization for.
In other words, according to the
project manager, whllo the stse of
Mbe "appropriation Is Important,, tho
"blgi'qu'fl.ln Is not so much the
''i.n.oant'- that will bo appropriated
'for' tho Klamath project, but whoth-
er tho reclamation Income will be
largo enough to moot tho appro
priation. Tho outlook tbl yoar Ib brighter
bocanso of tho Income to bo dorivod
under tho oil lands leasing ac(,
which Is expected to put about five
million dollars in tho reclamation
service treasury for use during tho
i next fiscal year.
Armenia has a copper mine that
"""has boon operated without Intorrup
ttlon slnco prohUtorlt times.
CITY FIRE-SWEPT RUIN
fair onvoy. Today's dispatches tell
Wow! the Poor Tax
payer! He Gets It
1 . In the Neck Again
I Wow! tho poor tax-payer with his
'troubled mind. Hero's fresh causo
Tho stato Is asking from Klsin-
b county this year $lt,072
against 175,574 last year.
It will take uvery sparo cent In
lo-!,hlll yoar.g uud,0t to meet tho un
"" '"lints year'a uungei 10 meei mo un-
turned Sported high demand. -aald county
r n '
(official today, and wrath
lhlgh around the courthouse.
flo mod I
owl tho poor tax-payer, wlthr
burden of courthouses
Tho Karmer's Week convtnlttee. In
charge of the plans for gathering of
Klamath county farm buroau mom-
One I'uplr A Day
Kadi day will bo devoted to a dif
ferent branch of farm book-keeping,
Thn farm Inventory will bo one day's
toplc;-farnn crop!, cost accounting, an
other's, nnd ono day wilt bo dovo
tod, to a ro unto In farm Inroino tax
repbrts and records. .,
Coiirwn for Women
A comprehensive program for
being prepared by Miss Fanny Virgil,
Miss Tw)lu lltind and Mrs. K. L.
Davis, farm bureau sccfotary. flnns
uro being completed for tho women's
dopurtmont this afternoon.
Tho program fortho beg dlnnor,
December 31, Is near completion.
A number of notable speaker will
bo prosont during tho four dayebn
vontlon. Among other apcakor will
bo Qoorgo Mansfield of Medford,
piosldent both of tho Jackson coun
ty and stato farm bureaus and O, M
Plummor, .manager of tho Pacific In
ternational Livestock exposition as
soclatlon. Iloth will !o hare on tho
(ittortioon ot'Docembor ai.
MAHKI.T HI.POllT '
PORTLAND. Uoc. 13,Uogs high
er, I11.R0 and $12; sheep weak; cat
tlo Mid eggs steady; butter two
cent lower, extra cubes titty.
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of tho ruin of Cork by flro, fol
WLL TIKE PART
Advocates and ODDonenta of tho
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proposed opening of the floodgates
II.. .!.. Onlk. Tlaalfl. a ... t .a la - I
win '" - 3uuin -
ment at Xily, will gather at a
lfthal-JllllA afl. milA-Htld 4dKlJhAtl &..?..
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' riifiin a n n nes rstfi n txi v inn ni
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flee Wednesday, December IS. The wound, the doctor testified,
Jesse W. Churchill of Yrek'a. and was clean cut. and had evidently been
A. E. Ilolton, bis attorney, aro hero flrcul from an anglo of abouj -10 do
for tho conference. Tho Churchill grees. A flattered surface on the bul
Interests, whose land lies malnly'let Indicated that it had entered
In California, aro demanding tho tho left side, carrying a particle of
opening, on the ground, primarily, jclothlng with it. Evidences of tho
that Tulo fires last summer dcatroy-jclothlng woro visible, ho said, and
cd tho vcgctablo content o fseveraLwould undoubtedly correspond with
hundred acres of land In California tho clothing of the dead youth. The
land In order to bind tho ash
'duo toxcthcr until a feasible iecla-
mutlon nlan can bo devised It is
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necessary that tho lands bo thor-
oughty wator soaked.
Chin Lung, Chinese farmor from
Stockton, with his attorney. A. H
A.fcinia -... hum .i.n it i. nn.inr.i
stood that tne Chinese farmer wno
bought largo traeta of reclaimed their tostlmony corroborating ur.
land noar Midland a yoar or so ay.o,.8te wart's relative to the naturo of
will oppose opening the floodgates, Ithe wound nnd the-Identity of the
which they claim would inundato bullet. The bullet, said Coroner Whit
largo area of tholr holding that lock, had been-ln his posseaslon slnco
havo been freod from water and the shooting;
brought undor cultivation. I (!rue-w KxhiblUi
Tho Klamath Dralnago district,' Coroner Wbltlock also testified that
under whoso contract with tho gov- an outside shlrtran undershlrti. and
ernment, tho gates are maintained, a pair of overalls were those worn
havo a vital Interest In the matter (by Stoeshler at the tlmo he. met his
and will be represented by C. J. death. The blood-stained article.
Ferguson, their attorney, and by with tho grewaome appearing holes,
mombers of tho board of supervl- wore displayed boforo the court.
Tho Calfornla-Oregon Power com-
pany will take part In tho discus-
slon nnd both tho California and
Oregon stato engineers aro exported
to havo representatives here. Tho and which he testified the defend
California water commission delo- ant Ingorsoll stated was his on tho
gato and possibly representatives night of tho 'shooting. Tho revolver
from tho attorney genoral's otfico was still loaded, and was only un
of both Btaes may bo prosont.' loaded when: the Judge questioned
Tho offices have beon notified of him about It. evidently as a precau-
the hearing and havo interests at
No definite decision will follow
tho conference, said II. D. owoll.'soea the revolverlylng on-a table in
local reclamation sorvico manager, 'the Ingersoll home, and that he had
today. The meeting Is a goneral asked Ingorsoll tf.lt was the rub used
conference of all Interests atfectod.'tn the shooting, ingvrsoll said that it
ho,oxplalnod, called In hopo that
somo gonorally satisfactory agree -
ment may bo reached. At leant, ho
aid, tho conference will load to a
general understanding of the prob -
Moro than eighty natlro woods
havo beon tested tor the manutac-
(turo of lead pencils In India.
The courtroom was Uncomfortably
crowded thin morning when tlio trial
of tlin statu against Gilbert Ingcr
"oil, charged with murder, wan re
opened Tho Interest In tlio caso In not con
flnod to tlio men, an thoro wo a
generous sprinkling of women In tho
courtroom, each apparently eager to
drink In ewiry word of tho testimony
JudKu Campbell nrdorcd that all mi
nora suoum no oxciuuoa.
A soon a the court convened, At
torney II. M. Manning, for tho pros
ecution, naked that all witnesses bo
permitted to remain In tho courtroom
during tho proceedings. Judge Camp
bell acquiesced, thus reversing an or
der made last Saturday.
IK-femlnnt Ik Cool
Mrs Ingersoll, wife of the. de
fendant sat beside her husband, and
the defendant himself, composed as
usual, occupied a pirt of lilt tlmo
reading and taking notes from a doc
ument which ho kept continuously
I his hand A middle-aged gentle
man, presumably C. A. Simmons,
of Bacramento, said to be the father
I)r II 1). Ktowart, of this city,
I was tho first witness called. !! told
about being called to Dairy on the
'evening of July 1, In bis capacity as
doctor, to attend to a man who had
been shot. Hiv described the find
ing of a buljet wound op the left side
noar tho heart, and traced the course
of the bullet through tho outer cov
ering of the hoart, across tho front
surface of a lung, and' to Its exit on
the right side. The doctor Identified
a ptaotograph as that of the dead
youth. He also Identified a bullet of
fered a a exhibit as that of the bul
ct ho had extracted from the body
a .. A a a a ,.f la .. Ilai
joi mc acau uu, mum n uuiu la
hedging place Just beneath tho akin.
. . Maf .-1IL aL.a..Tl 11 l a-a. lA-
was a emigre mu. -j "-
resl-(doctor testified that ho was com
potent to testify In that regard, his
experience in tne marines una .u
transport service., during which he
Jhad occasion to treat many raenrsui-
forltg from gunsnoi wounus. naving
'given him adequato experience,
Dr. T. H. Campbell and Coroner
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j Deputy Sheriff. Qert E. Hnwklns
was the next witness. Ho-was call-
cd to tell about hts trip to the scene
of the shooting, .and tho confiscating
of a revolver, offered as an exhibit,
tlon against possible discharge,
The deputy sheriff te.itltled-he had
was. He then took possession of It,
'and had not opened It slnco that time.
Examining tho bullets taken from the
'revolver, the deputy said that four
'shells were loaded, and that two.
The revolver was passed to Ingor
soll who examined It critically, and
after having apparently: found
Identification mark, upoa.lt, nodded
Conflagration Wipes Out Best
Buildings In Cork; Regular
Troops Guarding City's Ashes
Reprisal for Ambush of Soldiers by Sinn Feiri
Alleged to Have Loosed Fire Demon;
Four Killed, Many Wounded.
(By Associated Press.) '
LONDQN, Dec. 13-British regular troops
today guarded the blackened and twisted heaps
of ruins left by the fires which Saturday night
and Sunday swept virtually unchecked through
the city of Cork, Ireland.
Estimate of tho loss run as high a $15,000,000,
Tho Bt. Patrick' street shopping center and tho city hall wcro wiped
out. Tho Carnoglo library on the Iliver Loo was burned and tho Cork
Corn exchango was partially destroyed.
Today's dispatches from Cork say that the city Is qulot. Orders bavo
been issued to tho soldiers to shoot looters on sight.
FOUR PKItSONS KILLED.
DUBLIN, Ireland, Doc. 12, (Sunday) Tlio central portion of the
city of Cork has been burnod to tho ground and other portions aro ablaze.
The conflagration followed tho ambush of military force at Pillon's
urois uaiuraay nigni in which lour persons woro killed and many
Thrco civilians wero taken from their homes and shot to death
after tho ambush of tho military. Then tho fires started. Thero were
several bomb explosions and heavy rifle firing was heard. Tho populaco
Is panic stricken.
.!() ItCIUM.VfiS ItUIt.NKI)
CORK, Ireland, Dec. 13. Moro than 300 buildings arc said to have
boon destroyed In yesterday's fire. .Most of tho fires nro extinguished.
affirmatively, smiled, and handed it
back to his attorneys.
"Did you go to Dairy on Ingorsoll's
rcqnost to como after him," Attorney
O'Nell asked Hawkins. "I did not,"
replied tho Utter.
Oeorgo Ilclhn, stepfather, was ex
mined briefly. Ho has known Henry
Stocsbler about 21 years, he said.
He also testified that Stoehsler's
right. nfke was itirarmAn andiiat he
had retained name Stoehsler because
be bad been cared for by his grand
father, Stoehsler, alnco childhood. ,
Dairy Woman on Stand
Mrs.- William Jonas was the next
witness. Mrs. Jonas stated that she
was living in Dairy at the time of the
shooting, and that sometime before
tho fatal affair, Mrs. Ingersoll, who
had been at her house, had had an
altercation with Mrs. Martin Stoesh-
ler In front of the .Jonas home. She
said she saw Mrs. Ingersoll slap Mrs.
Stoehsler, ,and then saw ono of the
women tall to the ground. It was
about dusk, and pho was not sure
which one had fallen. Later Mrs.
Ingersoll came to the Jonas home and
exhibited what she' said was a black
snake. Sho was sure sho had heard
Mrs., Stoehsler cream, and perhaps
Mrs. Ingersoll. also.
Heard Fatal Quarrel
Later she heard Ingersoll nnd
llTenrw Rlnnnhlnr talklnr In loud tones
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close to her home. She heard Inger
soll ask Henry it he had contracted
a communicable disease. Henry re
plied that he bad, but that It was not
communicated to him by Mrs. Inger
soll. Sho then heard Ingersoll ask
Henry whotber he had had Improper
relations with Mrs. Ingersoll. lfcnry
hcstltated. The question was repeat'
ed and Henry said distinctly "Yes."
Then she heard two shots, but was
not awaro that murder had been com
mitted. Vn to "Gun Play"
Immediately afterward Mr. and
Mrs. Ingersqjl entered the Jonas
"Now you've done It, Gilbert " sho
stated, sho beard Mrs. Ingonoll say.
"I don't care it I havo killed him,"
Ingersoll Is said to have answorod,
'Don't bo. nervous, this gun play Is
not new to me- rvo had two or three
others," Ingorsoll Is said to have re
plledr. The attornoys for the detaiise In
troduced a chart of tho Jonai house
and tho highway in trout, .ot It. evi
dently trying, to determine wh6ro the
men were wheu tho shooting occur
red, and whether Mrs. Jonus would
havo been ablo to hear It from her
position in tho house
WASHINGTON, Doc. 13. Tho
Johnson Immigration bill, as amend
ed to prohibit all Immigration tor
one yoar was passed by tho house 1o
dty, It now goes to the senate where
Its defeat Is predicted by loaders.
Catholic Bazaar ''
Last minute preparations are be
ing made foe the .Catholic ladles' ba
zaar which) will be (he first public,
affair to be 'held in the Scandinavian
hall, which, ha. jiist beep erected
on the coroer,of.th and Oak streets.
.Mrs, M. A. Callaghan and her co
horts have been devoting many busy
hours to tho task of preparing sales
tables and amusement facilities, and
they say that when tho doors are
thrown open to the public on De-
fecmber 15, there will also be thrown
open to the public tho oppor
tunity to obtain the most desirable
Christmas goods ever offorcd to tho
peoplo of this city. And the arause-
ment features will not have been
forgotten. There will be wholesome
amusements for all, regardless of age
This bazaar will close on the 18th
four days of profitable shopping
and good times that will range from
quiet diversions to tho hilarious.
Judged by present Indications the
bazaar ingoing to bo a conspicuous
CUIUHV.S WI.NTKY WINDOW
SETS TEETH TO CHATTERING
Charles Currln, manager ot the
Square Deal drug store, overlooked
no details In creating an artistic win
ter background In the store window.
The snowy scene is built about a
Ilrtinswlck phonograph and assort
ment of records. The physical effect
upon the window-gazer Is a decided
feeling of chilliness. The pyschologl-.
cal effect Is to Implant, by contrast.
an overwhelming desire for a warm
fireside and an evening ot good
music. A lot of work went Into the
make-up of the window and Mr. Cur
rln Is Justifiably proud ot the com
ment It Is attracting.
.MIDiaND HOME DESTROYED
ll- FIRE; CONTENTS SAVED
The home ot Mr. and Mrs. Har
vey Depuy near Midland was com
pletely destroyed by fire yesterday af
ternoon. Most of the furnishings were
saved. Tho tiro was discovered about
3 o'clock. It started somewhere in
tho root near the chimney and the
entire root was ablaze before the
tlamoH wero noticed.
The Cyclo'-Storraagraph at Un
derwood's. Pharmacy, has regis
tered an even pressuro for the past
24 hour a.. Daromotor reading Is
high, and with a change of the
wind to tho north, clearing
woather might be expected. As
long as prevailing winds are from
southern quarter the present con
ditions are likely to centinue:
Forecast tor next 24 heurs:
Cloudy, unsettled weather,