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KLAMATH FALL8, ORICGON, FRIDAY, FKIIHUARY !W , 1D2I.
CITRUS IN SEE
RUIN IN GH
Officer Is Killed I
.ArnV Seven Wounded
(lly Arnioclnlod Pros)
MAOltOOM, Irolnnd, Fob, 25.
Vltty mixlllnry pollen In lorrlos woro
ambushed horo last night by 300
mini, wlio oponctl flro from tlio cov
er of rock. Tlio mnjor commnnd-
I III: tllll IKlllril WIIH bllln.l nn.l .....
LOB ANGKLKB. Cnl., Feb. 25 of ,,, , woutl(lo,
Tho first gun In thu flKtit for nn Im-1 Tlio battle looted for two hours
modlnta roductlon In llin Advanced nml then tho military withdrew.
railroad freight rates, being waged ,Iu"J',o(ln of resorves woro rushod to
by agricultural Interest of tlio Pa
' clfla coast, will bo flrnd li. Washing
KLAMATH FILMS MILLION AND I
TO APPEAR ON UALE VALUE
LOCAL SCREENS 0F1820CIOP,
PRICE FIVB GENTS
Two thousand foot of film, allow
ing scones of Crater lako and many
other Interesting views of this coun
ty, linvo boon rocolvod by tho Kla-
ton tlilw week whan attorneys for tho Tlio number of casualties among
citrus Industry of California, petition Mi" ambusljern.was not learned,
tho Intarstato commorco commission.' n
for hearing. Tlio application will ,
bo based on figures -which show tbatj
It tho present raios aro allowod to
stand, tho fresh fruit and, vegetable
Industries of tho wost will bo annihi
lated. IIJU Fruit Oronrrs Mnrtl
C. 0. TnaRiio, president of tho Cali
fornia Fruit Urowors Kxchango, In n
statement describing tho "deplorable
condition of tho citrus Induiry,"
tho sceno from barracks In tho mn'", c'"mbor of commorco, and af
neighborhood and with tho aid of t,)r "trying them out" at tho chanv
buttle nlrplanos renewed tho attack. ''or ' commorco rooms last night.
Turks Want Peace I
But Greeks Seek
Fruits of Victory
Nearly n million and a half dol
lars was tho vnluo of grain and for-
WASHINGTON, Fob. 25. President-elect
Harding today sont word
to ncniitn republican leaders that ho
tl AM I Villi mlllitllntn nllliAl.alnllnH.
pointed out thst prevailing freight V, , " ' " . . .
' ... . ...." ?. Mho navy, and favored continuing
tho present building program wlth-
ratcs will luipoio burdens upon tho
applo growers of tho northwest, po
tato, onion and fresh vogotabla grow
ers of California and tho deciduous
fruit producors of tlio west, greator
than tho Industries can stand.
While all rail rates woro advancod
first 2C per cent and thon 33 1-3 per
cent, It Is stated that perishable pro
ducts of hosvy tonnsgo aro tho most
Cltrtia Growers Buffer
"This Is shown," declared Toaguo,
"when It Is considered that tho
orange, lemon and applo growers aro
required to pay from $150 to '$150
more per aero In freight rates, whllo
tho producers of low tonnsgo com
modities pay under tho now sched
ule only from fto to $30 tnoro per
JS5Tmfl Ineressns moan innch loss to
tho producer of small tonnago crops
of high value. Theso Industries can
stand tho added burden and exist.
With tho heavy tonnago crops, tho
advanced rail rates msko It Impossi
ble for tho growers to contlnuo In
Digging Up Lemon
Lemon producors of California In
out material roductlon.
Faced by this statomont of tho new
administration's policy, republican
loadars doclnrod that they would In
sist upon senato Increasos ovor tho
houio total for naval appropria
tions, oven at tho risk of defoatlng
tlio bill at this session.
VOTE FOR TOUR
Tho Woman's Auxiliary ballots for
chojeo of a city flower aro now dis
tributed. Tho votes will bo counted
nit Mirch 4. Flowers suggostod aro
tho rose, Hhasta daisy, goldon glow,
aster, columbine, poppy, prior, awcot
pea, dahlia and marigold. A friend
of tho golden glow has this to say
In favor of Its selectien:
Thoro Is a no nioro choory flower
to be found anywhoro than tho Gold
en Glow. It Is hardy, oasy to grow,
and produces an abundance of glow-
Home canes, hava already abandonod lg yellow flowers throughout tho
or up-rooted tholr groves bocouso tho ' summer season and lasts for Into tho
high frolghts havo causod thorn to fall.
Bocrotary Btantoy pronounced them
Tlioio pictures woro fllmod last
fall undor tho direction of 0. J.
Illanchard, publicity agent for the
United Statos Reclamation service,
and with tho co-oporatlon of tbo
govornmont and tho Klamath county
chamber of commorco. Thoy were
mado In Washington by tbo govern
ment, and tho pictures aro now bolng
shown throughout tho United BUtofl
ut the government's exponso.
"Tho Land of Hurnt Out Flros" Is
tho subject of tho films, Iloforo tho
pictures appear, tho legond of
old Mt. Mazama Is given In picture
quo words. Flttoen thousand foot,
nnd tip Into tho clouds, or higher
than Mt. Shasta, is tho height attri
buted to Mt. Mozama. Thon camo
tho mountain's docllno, and lta fall,
(loop Into tho earth, and Crator lako,
tho gem of tho northwest, was left
to mark tho spot whoro tbo hugo
mountain had boon, and to dollght
tho thousands of tourists who lovo
tho beautiful In naturo and who
rorognlxa In Crater lako and Its sur
roundings ono of tho crowing beauty
spots of tho unlvorso.
"Qroon and groy, nnd Indescrib
able colors," nro tho words usod on
tho films In tolling about this boauty
Hunting and fishing scones, tho
Jumbcrlng .Industry; from tbo time
l no tree la cut lo Its linal appearance
(Uy Associated Press)
LONDON, Fob. 2C Tho Turkish
delegation to tho Near Kast confer
onco has acceptod tho proffered arbi
tration of tho supremo council be
tween Turxoy and Grceco, regarding
Smyrna and Thraco. Tomorrow Captain Siemens will
Tho Orcok promlor, howover, ox-(,IIn . ,,,,, .,, , ... .,.
. ' ti.A.A,l on.n.l.. iU-A t. .III 1 f i ......w nvmun,tl W UU
ago crops produced on tho 00,000 '"-""- ...,BU u i.. u..iCS aaouiu , ,i0pOStors of tho First Stato and
acres of land In tho Klamath and,,u,"" tho commission of inquiry BaTlnB1I bank ,t wI Wg f t fof
Horsefly Irrigation districts, and on,"1 lh cessation of hostilities. ,, Blatomcnt glnco tho ,ngtUntIon
tho Tulo Lake bod leases, according,, " thought it would bo was suspended ana will convoy to tho
to statistics of tho local roclama- Impo-slblo to halt tho victorious p,,, of tno clty and count 8(jmo
tlon sorvlco offlco. Tho oxnet vaIuol0rook """ 'ul woul1 telegraph tho ,,.pa nf wha, ,hnr nrn fn .,, ,,
placed on tho yield by tho statistician IlroP0a, of tho allies to Athens.
Klamath district leads tho list
with an alfalfa crop valuod at $"G77,
178. Tulo lako wheat is second with
a valuation of $105,400, and Tulo!
lako barley third with $127,380.
Tho report shows Klamath district
has 14.3C0 acres In alfalfa, tho
total ylold being 41,227 tons. For
this district wheat, hay, oats, barloy
and ryo follow In tho order given In l
Adoption of constitution and by
laws and consideration of a romody
ward to. No Intimation as to Just
what It will contain would bo vouch
safed by anyono connected with tbo
offices of Captain Siemens and ho re
fused to say anything on tho sub
ject, asldo from making known tho
fact that ho would glvo out a pre
liminary statement for publication
This will bo welcomo news to overy
ono in tho county, for interest is in-
.' '" '"" -"" "."" 'fn,. lh nnnnnl rnl.l f .l.lln. "II.I.IMUU",US """ " no Progress l.nai
point or acreage HorsoGy district;. ". u "" , being mado towards tho resumD-
ha.l 1322 n, in hn, wiih nnt. n ' hoe,i uPon Klamath county lakes ,7- u. . .." "?"?.
. . " . . "'.."" '" nn.l ulrnnm. will hn mnnw ln.i. "" "' ",u UU"R' i,u Krmwr UYluonco
wncat, and barloy following. DarIoy.n. ' ' .".,". ' . .. could bo had of this fact than tho
hni.i. fir.. i, i o.t ii, iTin uai matters to bo considered tonight' . .. .. ,." . . .. ?
holds first place In Tulo lako, 4740
acres, wheat a closo socond and ryo,
hay and oats following.
Ninety per cent of tho 416 Kla
math district farms aro reported irri
gablo with a total of 38,105 acres
irrigated. Tho total acreage for this
district Is 42, ICC acres.
nt tho mooting or tho Klamath Coun- ' ""t",""1ns r ln"
ty Sportsmen's association which con- f r, " "'e' ' M
venes at tho chamber of commerce 1. '"fl"00" th b open
rooms at 8 o'clock. ?' ThM0 "PP"""0"" mplr o to
Tho constitution was prepared at ' "howr "confidence the subscriber,
last Sunday's meeting of the oxecu-, ' tho T, who bn,,t n?
ii win ituuins io ono 01 ino
financial institutions of
stint l"inffa aljtnAAHH fT!.... .
aro intorostcd In tho conservation of ZJ X. . D'"u" ""' "a .
i iiiuiu man mm; iuvj saow inai grai'
Itudo is not lost In this community,
for lettor aftor letter montlona the
last Sunday's mooting of tho oxoctt-.. . f
tivo commlttco, and it Is desired to tJI?'
havo rcsldonts of tho community who .,.,
tbo county's fish and game, ono of
tho greatest assets, present to pass
opinion upon It.
Plans to got tho membership cam-
Mrs. Clara Uorkman, of Dorris. re
turned this morning to her homo of-; pagn underway will probably bo por
reeled tonight. Tho membership feo
ter a day's visit with Mrs.
Mrs. Amy Enders will go to Ash
land tomorrow to visit with relatives.
G. It. Qulmby, of tho Spraguo
river lumber compny, Is In town on
W. A. Bwltxer, of Orlndale. is
In tho form of lumber, and many oth-j transacting business horo today.
cr pictures Illustrative of tho coun- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ward return
Is a nominal chargo, only CO cents a
Hoover Consents to
Serve In Cabinet
oporato at a loss,
Tho fresh vogotablo Industry will
As n city flowor for Klamath Falls,
, It would bo a groat success as It
bo reduced 100,000 acres this so a- could bo planted tho first year and
son, according to Thomas O'Neill,
president of tho California Vogotablo
union, who statos that unless tho pro-
prnducos ubundnntly. Tho roots
could bo Hiipplomontod nnd soon
overy nook nnd corner, which has
(Dy Assoclsted Prons)
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla., Fob. 25.
PrniMnnrileiti TIattnw flll.
ty's resources appear In absorbing ed to Kirk thj. morning, they havo ' frmcd , nppoIntmcn or H'crbort
succession. Kocky Point, and many been horo for a week on business ,. . ' , "' " ". ,"
Uppor Lake and river scenos aro , matters, nnd visiting with relatives.
W. C. Dalton, of Merrill, Is in
fact that tho writer has not forgot
ten tho tlmo when thoy rocolvod as
sistance from him.
Street gossip, which so often
mysteriously carries on Its wings In
formation that proves remarkably
correct, has it that when tho state
ment of tho bank is published it la
going to glvo many a surprise, and
will show the bank ta.be as solid, u
the United States treasury.
tho city today.
John Hagolstctn, or Algoma,
bora for a day's buslnoss.
sent rates aro Immediately reduced, been formally dark, gloomy, and most
tho Industry will bo wiped out, land
values will bo dostroyod and thou
sands of workers will bo thrown out
Iloomerang for Hallways
"Tho oxcosslvo ratos Instead of pro
ducing more rovenuo for tho rail
roads," doclarcd O'Neill, "aa thoy
were Intended to do, will roduco ton
nago, for producors can not long con
tlnuo In business nt n loss. Tho di
minished tounngo and rovonuo will
crlpplo tho railroads to tho extent
that thOHo Industries aro pormltted
to bo crlpplod.
Hunt Mow to Coast
"This Is tbo most serious situa
tion that has oven confronted tho Pa
cific coast. Wo havo no conception
of tho damago that will result, Tho
on tiro commercial fabric of tho wost
will bo Impaired If thoso lmmonso In
dustries nro allowod to bo annihila
ted by tho stifling railroad ratos.
Tho futuro prosperity of tho ontlro
Pacific coast Is In peril unless ro
llof Is forthcoming Immediately."
uninviting could bo mado to glow
llkn tho aunshlno.
This flower Is so easy to grow
that It would bo very easy for ovory
porson In tho county to havo a small
cluster of thorn started, and it
would also sound very good to speak
of Klamath Falls as tho city of tho
It Klamath Falls wantod to put
on a flowor pagonnt or rnrnlval dur
ing tho siimmor months, no flower
Is morn docorntlvo and lasting thnn
the Golden Glow,
In marking your ballots consldor
tho Golden Glow,
shown In appealing attractlvonoss,
and tho vlower Is impressed with tho
off-told fact that this Indood Is a
Tulo lako scenos, tho govornmont
dam at Olene, scenes In Klamath
Falls, and many others, as tbo nuc- ncss mission
tloneor says is calling his bargains, K. C. arlmshaw, of tho Merrill
"too numorous to mention," nro Morcantllo company, Is In town on
shown. Summod up, old Mother Na-i business today,
Hoover as secretary of commorco to
day. Harding announced himself
I lu porfect accord with tho pollclos
urged by Hoover as a condition of
I- T . . . .. ...
i, ins entering tno cabinot.
Tbo Ilonolds brothers, loggors, of jr., ".,;.. ,
lo-sa. nro hero today on a busl-! 'stalling Casing
Odessa, aro horo today on a busl
At the Oil Well
Machinery for installing tho cas
ing in tho Klamath Oil company's
turn was mighty generous to this' K. S. Torwllllgor Is among tho vlsl-. woll as tho Manntnir ranch hnvln
region whon sho distributed her' tors from McCloud In tho city today. arrlvod, tho iron, or putting down
things of beauty about tho unlvorso. I II. o. McGco, timber crulsor, who. tho casing startod yestorday.
Theso pictures will bo shown In I has boon In Spokano and othor north- As soon as tho casing Is in, drill
local thcatros, porhaps next woek, orn point for two months, returned lng will bo resumed and tho men
nnd tho procoods will bo usod to horo, and Is ready for activity in tbo back of tho company aro satisfied
further tho publicity work begun
through tho exhibiting of theso pic
tures, undor tho direction of tho
chamber of commorco.
Says That Refusal of
Drink Caused Trouble
timber business to begin. that thoy will not havo to go far
T. M. Cunningham is in from Pine I to get oil in quantities.
At Scaffold's Edge
fTly Associated Press)
SALEM, Feb, 25, Ooorgo How
ard, sontoncod to hang today for
tho murder of George Swoonoy at
Vale, recolvod an olovonth hour re
prieve from Governor Olcott. Tho
reprlovo was granted bocauso papora
from Vale, staying tho execution on
account of an appeal filed thore,
could not reach the prison by mall
'before tho time scnedulod for the
execution of Howard.
-Tonight and Saturday
$20 in Cash Taken
Tho apartment of Mr. and Mrs. T.
J. Tolford In tho Central school
building, whoro Mr. Tolford Is jani
tor, was ontorod last night whllo Mr.
and Mrs. Tolford woro attending a
social party, and $20 In currency
takon. Tho monoy was in Mrs. Tol
ford's coat In a closot, according to
tho report to tbo pollco. Tho thlof
oxtractod tho bills from a purso con
taining a numlior of chocks. No
chocks woro takon and, although tho
houso was ransackod, Mrs. Tolford's
gold watch, in ono of the drawers
that was oponod, was loft.
Slnco nothing was takon savo cash,
tho pollco havo a scanty clue to work
upon. Entranco was apparently ef
fected with a skoiotoh koy by some
ono who know that tho Tolfords were
nbsont. Evldontly tho robbor also
knew whore tbo money was kopt.
In tho wrlto-up of tho assault that
wns mado upon Homer Dupuy, pub
lished In Wednesday's paper, an ex
pression used might lead one to sup
pose that tho young couplo accepted
a drink of liquor from tho visitors.
Such a construction would bo at var
lanco with tho facts, as It was re
fusal to Indulgo In tho liquid refresh
ments that proclpltatod tho trouble
Doth Mr. nnd Mrs. Dupuy nro such
ostlmnblo young pooplo that It would
bo unfortunato and rogrottablo It
such an asporslon might gain cur
rency. Anothor error occurring in tho ar-
tlclo was in tho christian name of
Pato. Tho artlclo statod that Jim
Pato was ono or tho participants. It
should havo road "Slim" Pato.
TORTLAND, Feb. 25. Livestock
steady; eggs lowor, buying price 25
and 20 conts, sailing, solocta, 30 and
32 cents; buttor firm.
PAYS f.10,000 FOR
(ly Associated Press)
PORTLAND, Fob. 25. R. P. But
chart, prosldont of tho Oregon-Portland
Convent company, was fined
$5000, and Clark Moore, manager
of the same company, $25,000, In
tbo district court here for violation
of tho anti-trust law,
E W. Ellis, former manger of the
Hazelwood company, a dairy concern,
was fined $50,000 following a plea
of guilty of soiling buttor mado from
rancid fata without proper labeling.
Fred Mlllor was a passenger to
Medford this morning.
A. Miller, engineer on tho Kla
math Falls-Weed branch, loft this
morning for a visit in Ashland and
Ooorgo Hoffman, foreman of tho
box factory at Algoma, returned from
a California trip last night.
J. R. Halnos, of Tulo lako, Is In
town for a fow days.
Ed Geary Is hero from Portland
on business connected with tho Geary
Donald Stevenson, of Portland,
woll-known among local buslnoss
men, Is horo on business.
William. Sandors is at homo again
aftor a two weoks' visit with frlonds
In Long Beach, California.
Mfcu. O. L. Brown, who has boon
visiting relatives in Medford, Is ex
poctod back tomorrow.
Miss Ponrl Dowllng ontralnod for
San Francisco this morning.
Mrs. Newell, sister of Mrs. Tom
Stanley, loft for her homo In Bogus,
California, this morning, aftor a two
weeks' visit horo.
J. F, Magulra returned last oven
Ing from Portland, whoro tor about
two weoks he was confined to tho St.
Vincent hospital, on account of a
"Bobble"' Ryan returned last even
ing from Portland whoro he has tieon
for the past five weeks under the care
of specialists. He is feeling much
better, though still -weak by reason
of bis long illness. He was accom
panied by his brother, George, of
San Luis Obispo, who will bo his
guest for a time,
C. M. O'Neill, attorney for Capt.
J. P. Leo, assessor, loft this morning
for Portland, where ho will ask tho
supremo court for a writ of manda
mus, directing tho county clerk to
Issuo a warrant for tbo collection of
1920 taxes in conformity with the
order of levy or tho county court, In
othor words to Includo tho $50,000
Hot Springs courthouse and $14,000
miscellaneous levies which were en
joined by Judgo Calkins.
Notlco of application for tho writ
was served on the county clerk last
evening. Among grounds for tho
mandamus action K is alleged that
Frank Ward, the tax-payer--who se
cured tho Injunction, sought the
wrong remedy for any damage bo
might havo autferod or anticipated.
court on tbo day sot for protest of
tho budget levies and voiced his ob-
Whon tho whites sottlod in tho ' loctlons. When h fniiiwi m An n
valloy, tho trlbo comprised several I ho had loft only the probable remedy
thousand Indians, but has dwlndlod.of paying his taxos under protest
away to about 200. and Instituting ault against tho conn-
TtlirtraVIn Trrlr nliveva urna 'pIah J. ' i.. . m .
.... Hinuo ii ta tiivuu
CHIEF OF HAT CREEK
INDIANS DIES AT 100
BURNEV, Fob. 25. Buckskin
Jack, Clilef or tho ICat Creek Trlbo
ot Indians, is doad.
to 100 years old
camo to Burnoy Valley In 1875 ho
was considered an old man,
im iuii ireon iroo mignt navo aurrcrod or antlclpi
oad. Ho wag closo Ills courso, tho petitioner holds,
. When tho whites to havo sppoared before tbo coi
ly to the whlto man.
IAXXIl MES ARK PREPARING
SONG FOR OREGON
Frank B. Robinson, local compos
or, reports tho salo of three songs,
on a royalty basis, to tho Mills Nov
elty company ot Chicago. Ho Is at
present Working on tho music tor an
official stato song for Oregon, tho
words for which woro writton by
Fred Floot, The song Is bolng writ
ten on request ot tho chamber of
commorco and when finished will
havo tbo official sanction ot tho
ty for a rotund ot tbo allegod ovor
U tho usual order is followod, It
Is probable tho court will grant on
altornatlvo writ ot mandamus, al
lowing tbo clerk to show causo tor
tho Issuanco or tbo tax warrant. This
would call tor an answer from the
clerk and a hearing and argument at
such future tlmo as tho court would
Frank Sexton, county club loador,
returned last night from Ft. Kla
math where he has been organizing
boys and girls clubs. Ho reports two
foot ot snow at Ft. Klamath and
the roads in' deolorsblo condition.
Walter Campbell is over from Bly
Ben Shanahan ot Bly arrived in
town last night and will remain aov
oro.1 days on business.
MAIL BILL .PASSED
WASHINGTON, Fob. 25. Con
tluuance of transcontinental air mall
sorvlco was assured yesterday when
tho houso voted $1,250,000 for that
purpose for tho coming fiscal year.
Tho houso cut '$'250, 000 from the
amount allowed by the senate.
SANDWICH, Ontario, Feb. 25.
The Reverend O. If. Spracklln, for
ner liquor license inspector, has been
acquitted on a charge ot manslaught
er in connection with the shooting ot
Beverly Trumbee, Inn-keoper, in a
raid last November.