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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
TIUmSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1021.
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VEHD, Jon. 20. J. F. Plura, lor
(tovurnl yonru superintendent of tlio
box factory of tlio Wood Lumber
roinpnny, bun rofllRncl hla position
nnd loft for Bacrnmonto wlioro bo
will spend tlio wlntor.
IiOO Shtppoy, Missouri poet, loft
n wlfo and child In Kansas City
whon ho wont 'to Franco during;
tho wnr. Thoro bo bocnino Infnt
tinted with Mndollno Dabln, a Froncli
Klrl. Aftor tho war sho en mo to
Kansas City, wlioro tholr son was
born. Shlppoy's wlfo rofusod to get
a dlvorco so ho could marry tho
Kronen girl. Now Shlppoy has aban
doned his wlfo and has fled to Mex
ico with Mndollno.
BOISB, Idnbo, Jan. 20. Aftor
having been pronounced dond by at
tending physicians, tho l-ycar-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Whlto, mom
bo of tho Ilolso flro department, was
twlco rovlvod and restored to Ufa
through ubo of tho flro department's
lungmotor. Tho child suffered from
pnoumonla and onca In tho Wblto
homo and ngaln In a hospital tho
langmotor was used aftor tho baby
had stopped broathlng. Doctors at
tending tho caso express loud praiso
for tho work dono by tho motor, op
erated by Flro Chief Foster, and
express contldonco that tho child will
Slnco tho right of womon to qualify
as proachors was granted -by tho
general conforenco of tho M. K.
church last May 1G womon hnvo been
licensed as proachors. At tho next
gonoral conforonco an effort will bo
xaado to socuro for thorn tbo full right
LOS ANOELES, Jan. 20. Dam
ages totalling $'22G,000 nro asked In
four suits filed In tho nuporlor court
hero against tho Italian Vlnoynrd
company and CarlyBlo llughos, motor
truck driver, as tho rosult of tho
(loath of ChnrlcH F. Van do Wnlor,
congrcsHinan-oluct of tho Ninth Cali
fornia district. Mrs. Edith Van do
Water, tbo widow, domnnded $1G0,
000 and her throo children $25,000
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 20. Ex
ecutive committoomon of tbo Amorl
can Loglon department of California,
mooting with mombers of tho lcgls
latlvo commlttoo and Amorlcan
leudors from posts of tho bay ro
glon, hnvo decided not to present, at
this tlmo, n bill to tho lcglslaturo
providing for a stato bonus for form
or sorvlco mon. Immodlnto legisla
tion providing for vocational train
ing, homo nld and land settlement
wan approvod nnd national offlvors
wero commented for tholr efforts
for a national cash bonus.
Little Gray Cottage is Clara Hamon's Refuge
A "Llttlo Orny Home In tho West"
Is tho present rofugo of Clara Smith
Hamon, charged with t'.id murder of
Jako L. Hnmon, oil multlmllllon
nlro and republican national commit
teeman, It In bar slBtor's llttlo cottage at
If ono woro to rotraco tho trnll
that brought hor thoro ono would
find It originated In a similarly hum
bio cottngo 27 years ago.
I Cor parents woro folks of llttlo
Clarn was a clork In a Lawton
storo ton years ago whon Hnmon
Sho gavo up her clerk's npron
. Then camo Itamon's death from
tbo muzzlo of n pistol. Clara Smith's
flight surrender nnd release on ball.
Tbo road took n suddon twist to
tho old onvlronmont.
Clara Smith Hamon ngaln lives
In a humblo houso.
Thinking of tho gloss and tho
glaro of tho past, sho wonders In
wlint direction Fato will send hor
Will Hamon's will mako her a
1f frood of tho murder chargo, will
sho roturn to a llfo of luxury?
Or will sho ngaln trend tho heavy
road nnd llvo In n "llttlo gray homo."
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SANTA ROSA, Jan. 20. David
Thrasher, 88-ycar-old hormlt, who
was found dond In his lonoly cabin
near Tomalcs rocontly, loft 170,000
in various banks, It has boon found.
Ono holr, n resident of Sprlngflold,
III., probably will Inhorlt tho money.
SAN FIIANCIBCO, Jan. 20. Tho
California Eloctrlc Hallway associa
tion, composed of companies In Cal
ifornia operating stroot and In'cr
urhan lines, hnvo Issuod a stntcment
asserting that tbo electric railways
of tho stato aro In no position to
boar any Incroaso In taxes, tho state
ment was Issuod In connection with
tho tax discussion at tho st.ita legislature.
SACRAMENTOvJan. 20. During
the Inst two years i now Irrigation
districts woro formod In California,
according to tho blcnnlnl roport of
tbo stato dopartmont of Q'iglnenring,
compiled by Paul Narboo, chief as
sistant stato cnglnuor, filed with
Governor W. D. Stephens. This
makes a total of 68 districts, with an
acrcago of 2,9CG,783 ncrcB, In tho
stnto. Tho bonded Indebtedness Is
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 20. Avia
tors of tho Unltod States forost sorv
lco last soason In California covorod
388,820 miles, nioro than 1C times
tho clrcumforonco of tho globo, ac
cording to rocords recently compiled.
In tho flights tho aviators pro
tected from flro 24,000,000 acres of
wooded lands growing 110,000,000,
000 foot of mnrkotablo tlmbor, con
servatively estimated by tho forost
sorvlco as worth $220,000,000.
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Latest Daily Papers, Magazines and
GUY GARRETT, Manager
BEND, Jan. 20. Following tho
shutdown ,ot two weoks for repairs,
tho Urooks-Scanlon company's mill
ro-commoncod sawing Monday, Janu
ary 17, company officials stato. Ono
eight hours shift will be operated.
FLORENCE, Jan. 20. "Tho
West," a weekly nowspnpor publish
ed horo for moro than 30 years, ban
suspended publication. Tho high
prices of printing materials nnd in
sufficient patronago aro given as tho
causo of Its discontinuance.
EUGENE, Jan. 20. Spring foot
ball practlco at tho University of
Oregon will bo Inaugurated soon, ac
cording to announcement today' of
Head Coach "Shy" Huntington. This
will bo tho first tlmo that training
has started so early.
MEDFORD, Jan. 20. At tho last
meeting of tho Mcdford post, Amer
ican Legion, members without n dls-)
senting voto approved of adjusted
compensation for service men.
KILLS MANY COYOTES
BROADUS, Mont., Jan. 20. Lowla
Rnkken, govornmont trapper In this
soctlon, according to reports has
killed an average of 40 coyotes a
rrtonth slnco last July. Ho nlso ro
ports that wolves nro plentiful but
that It Is difficult to trap them.
CLARA HAMON AND -THE LITTLB OIIAY HOME
WEST" WUlinU HUB AWAITS TRIAL TOR ML'IIDKIL
DAYTON, Jan. 20. W. D. Bur-
llngham, CD, manager and part own
or of tho Dayton Box and Lumber
company, was killed almost Instantly
whon ho drovo nls nutomobllo
through tho railing of a brldgo oyer
a gulch at tho Dayton city limits and
dropped with tho machlno CO feet.
PORTLAND, Jan. 20. A stand of
tlmbor containing about 24,000,000
feet of Douglas fir and western red
cedar with a fow other species In les
sor amounts, was sold by tho United
States forost service to tho Monroe
Shlnglo company of Eugcno. Tho tlm
bor Is on tho Lnv8on creek watershed
on tho Sluslaw national forost, and
was sold for $1.80 a thousand foot
for Douglas fir, 1.20 a thousand
fcot for western red cedar and 60
cents a thousand for othor species.
J1END, Jan. 20. Roy Mitchell, who
has boon for tho past year ranger at
Fort Rock, was choson as ono of four
forost men from Oregon and Wash
ington to attend tho aircraft school
nt Mather's field, noar Sacramento,
for n month's Instruction In tho work
of tho air forest patrol, so that be
can bo put In chargo of this work In
tho Deschutes forest noxt summer.
.MEDFORD, Jan. 20. Tho body
of Sargont Albert Colllngs,, Company
F, 160th Infantry who enlisted from
Watklns, Oregon, and wns killed in
action In Franco during the Into war,
HUNTS THE LINE
sLSbLK. :' '-;
Senator Mark Saiittu
Sonator Mark Smith, Arizona dem
ocrat, who was beaten for ro-olec-tlon,
has been named by President
Wilson as a inpmbor of tho Interna
tional Joint commission on Canadian
boundaries. Ifo succeeds R. E, Glenn )
of North Carolina,
SALEM, Jan. 20. W. B. Barratt
of Hoppncr, who recently was ap
pointed stato highway commissioner
to succeed H. E. Kaddlo, liny form
ally accepted tho offlco In a letter
to aovcrnor Olcott. Mr. Barratt will
bo In attendance at tho regular moot
ing of tho commission to bo held In
Portland February 1.
SALEM, Jan. 20. Members of
Capitol post, American Legion, at
tholr last meeting hero wont on
record favoring a cash bonus of $25
a month for soldiers, sailors and
marines sorvlng in tho lato war with
Germany. Tho voto in favor of the
cash bonus was almost unanimous.
PRINEILLE, Jnn. 20. "Your
Home Town First" Is tbo slogan
which has been adopted by tho Prlne
villa commercial club, following a
contest for a $10 prlzo offered by
Cap Fuller for tbo best slogan sub
mitted by Crook-county ladles.
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