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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1921)
Pj iEutfttmn Uralli
Member of the Associated Press
KifKvntli Viiir. No. IWI7I.
KLAMATH FALLS, ORKGON, TIIUHHDAV, MAItCH 17, 1021.
PIUGK FIVE CENTS
BIG BOND BUYER
Klamntti county' tax muddle will
rerlnlnly linpiilr tint Rain of city nml
, county securities nml bond for ir
rlRiitlon districts If It In not straight
(Miud out iooii, mi Id Carl H. Kolly,
vlco president or thn Lumbermen'
Trust company of Portland, who U
horu looking ovur varlotn liotul mat
ter. Failure to collect tho taxes leave
tho county, city and Irrigation dis
tricts without fundi in meet matur
ing Interest and In llkaly to romilt In
.Mr. Kelly wnnt on to explain Hint
ono falluro to moot tint Interest on
bonded Indubtnenn would placo n
stigma upon local security which
yearn will lm required to efface
"The bond nro purchnnoil by lie
veitom son lie red nil over thn conn.
try." ho wild. "They know nothlnic
of your local condition. They pre
nnt tholr couponti to their bank for
collection and assuming thu tax nit
tuition Im carried to thn point where
payment In dcfaullod, Ret them back
with the Information thut thu city
of Klamath Fall, or the county or
irrigation district ni the cane may be,
ban no nioricy,to meet Itn Interent ob
ligation. Thu renultunt effect upon
their confidence In obvlom. Ilond
trade journal print the Informa
tion, upplnmuntlng the word of
mouth publicity of the disappointed
bond holder and tho community
loses In a moment n financial repu
tation that It will take jeani to. re
build." Mr. Kulty ald that thu Mill ad
dition sower IkjihI Imuu would bo of
foctod by thu tax iltuatlon, and
though tanking no definite state
ment, Indlcuted that thu Lumbor
men Trunt company did not want
Thn Rawer bond are alto Invalida
ted by the fact that thay wora Issued
for 30-ycarn, when tho charter lim
it bond ln up to SO year. Thu
council Nought to remedy tho mat
ter by changing tho term to SO
year, but tbo question ns to wheth
er thn council had power to modify
tbo wlnti of tho pcoplo, oxpreet! by
vota although I In, submission on
the bnllot In conflict with tho char
ter provision was clearly urroneou
n t 111 remain,
Street Improvement under tho
llnncroft act, whorn tho cost of lm1
provument I laid directly on tho pro
perly, will not bo affoctod by tho
M Ut.lUfKU, 1,-JVMV
An x-ray examlntlon of Lynn
Hkllllnxton' nkull, held In the War
ren Hunt boipltnl Into thin morn
ing, disclosed n fracture from ear
to ear. No blood clot hn formed,
however, mid nttundlnK physician
n ru hoperul that nurloiiH result can
bu avoided, Thu patient In con
hcIoiih, but sloop- much of tho time.
Hkllllngton I thu 18-year old mos
noiiKer for tho Wentorn Union who
while riding hi wheel djwn Tenia
lret bill Monday morning, col
lided with u car driven by V. I,
START IN APRIL
Perhaps It would not bo enlarging
upon truth to nay that no program,
ncal or Instrumental, has boin of
fered to tho public. wl'.h recent
months that contained mnr9 morltor
lous numbers, or that promised l. t
ter entertainment, than tho St.
Patrick' dny program which Hill bo
Klven In tho While I'olln.n hotol a
8 o'clock tonight. No', only ilo.vt
tho chnractur of thn number poeseas
unusunl morlt, but thu vocalist,
miiRlclnnfl, and lecturer v In are on
tho program nro pre-eminently oapn
ble, and with theso two facts iih tho
foundation of thu promln of excel
lence, tho largo crowd Hint Is ex
pected to attend will suroly oxper
lonce nn evening of rnro nnoyment.
Irolund and tbo Irish lmvo nlwnya
exercised n Bympnthntlc nnd lovable
Influence upon tho poople of this
country, nnd nnwndnyn tho obser
ran co of St. Patrick's day Is not con
fined nlono, but to almost overy na
tionality In tho land. With two well
Informed lecturer:) on tho program,
tbo UIhIi a h u pontile, nnd St, Patrick
as representative of thn race, will bo
fairly nnd Intolllgontly dealt with,
Summed up, tbl Ih n program which
will find favor with everybody. Thoso
who nro going to bonr It nro again
reminded that tho first numbor will
bo hoard nt 8:1! o'clock.
AHDMOHH, Mnr.li 17. nam
llamon wnrt mqulttetl lntn till utter-lioou.
The Klamath Pine Lumber com
pany, organized In July, last yuar,
I ono of tho mnny mill nnd fac
tories In this county which Is pro
paring to begin work with a full
forco In April, and with tbo lumber
market gaining In strength, demand,
nnd price n thn onon prugrenncs.
the comjiany I looking forwnrd to
what they term n "fairly normal
Till company I officered by local
men. George Ulrlch Is president,
Oscnr Peyton, vlco president; O. I).
Rurke, treasurer, nnd I.. M. Martin,
secretary B. W. I)oo, a man of wldo
lumbering experience. Is genoral
mnnnger for thn compnny.
Tho company mill Is located on Up
par Klamath lako, adjoining tho
Pelican Iftiy Lumber company's hold
ing on tho north, and Is so situated
that It Is within easy hauling dls
'tnnce of the Weed, Kirk, and StraV
horn branches of the railroad. It Is
servod by tho Hanks spur of tho
At this time, tho company ho
about 1,000.000 feet nt thn mill
ready to bo converted Into lumbor.
nnd nbout 1,000,000 feet moro cut
nnd lying In tho woods nonr Odcssn,
rencly to be tnkon to tho mill. In
addition to thl. tho company hns
about 10,000,000 standing feet, and
I now negotiating for about that
much mom excellent limber clom to
It present holding.
The mill cut nbout 200,000 foot of
lumbor Inst October, but It was used
for their own construction, no effort
having boon made to sell any of It.
A centrifugal pump Is now bolng
worked steadily draining tho pond
near tho mill, nnd us soon ns this
work I done, a crow of about 30
men, single shift, 'will bo put to work.
Tho company wlsoly built Its mill
so that It couhj bo enlarged easily,
nnd If nocessnry tho capacity can bo
doubled. Tho prosont capacity Is
fiO.OOO foot In eight houro.
Kloctrlcally driven, and modern In
ovory rospoct, this mill Is Ideal from
both tho ownora' and workmen!
Rtnndpolnt, and la conccdod to bo a
Rplendld addition to Klamath coun
ty's Industrial establishments, No
necessary oxponsn was spared In Its
When tho company's logging camps
nro In full operation, from 40 to CO
mon nro employed. A logging crow
has been omployod nil wlntor.
AWAKE, AMERICA, AWAKE!
Hy PAT 4. IIHOW.V. Merrill, Oregon
Awako, America, awake!
Undone your slumbrous eyes,
Nor slowly drowno thu tlmo nwny
Whllo Krln slowly die.
Not thu thy mood when Cuba npoko
When ruvlnhed Ilelglum cried.
Oh hnlt thn IlrltlRh beast, and show
That freedom hns not dlod.
Awako, America, awake!
A nation old Is dying.
Ilcncath a snvago tyrant's hool
Thy old-tlmo frlond Is lying.
Tho soul that bravely stood by thoo
Whon other friendship endod,
Bhould bo. In turn, upheld by thoo
lie succored and befriended.
Awake, America, awoke!
Hood not tho crafty wiles
Of cunning men who love thoo not,
Hut hldo tbolr hnto In smiles.
Tho samo false tales wero told of theo
Home hundred year ago;
Tho samo old falsehoods, samo old lies,
And by tho same old foo.
' Awako, Amortca, awTket
Onco moro upon the gale
Unfurl tbo glorious Stars and Stripes
Iet Liberty prevail.
O, stop tho brutish Urltlsh band
As latu you stopped the Hun.
Preclaim: Tho fight for freedom's on
Till victory la won.
Awake, America, awako!
And spurn thy droatns of ease;
A tortured peoplo's dying cries
Aro borne upon tho breozo.
Up! Up! And stand. by Erin now
A oft she's stood by thee,
Her flag and thlno again ontwlno
And stand for Liberty.
Ship Board Places
May Go to Oregon
and California Men
Telegram Wn-lilnglnn Iiitrnmi
WASHINGTON, Mnrch 17. Call-
fornla and Oregon apparently will
namo tho Pacific coast shipping
board member whon that body la
It haa been long understood for-
jmer Senator Chamborlaln will bo
namca ror ono of thcao two places,
and California senators, Johnson and
Shortrldgo, havo mado strong Joint
recommendation to President Hard
ing that California unlto on Meyer
Llssnor, of Los Angoles, for tho sec
ond placo on the commission from
tho west coast.
Under tbo circumstances, It Is as
sumed that tho president will not Ig
nore California and will glvo both
places to tho northwest. It Is under
stood the president will not announce
the board until ho has secured tho ac
ceptance of tho chairman ho wants
and then build the board around this
man to carry out a definite policy.
DEATH CUES LEGION SMOKER
FIRST COW A
T M I
Another Dance at
Itnln or Rhino tho dnnco at tho
county farm will bo glvon Saturday
night, nld J. II. Short, superintend
ent, tocjbry. Plana havo beon In tho
maklngWor weoks and n grand tlmo
Mr. Short will furnish tho coffee
nnd tho ladlo will bring baskets)
m usual, Tho admission chnrgo Is
$1. Provlous dances have glvon tho
loiinty farm offalrn n flno reputa
tion nnd nil preparations aro being
mado for n big crowd Saturday night.
will mhbt in uiiunoiit
NOT IN T1IK SCHOOL
Tho meetlnc of tho Womnn'B
club of Mt. Laid will bo hold In thn
Mt, I.nkl church tomorrow ovenlng
lnntouii of in tho school houso, as
stated in yestordny'a Herald.- Tho
mombora havo extended on Invitation
to their husbands and frlonds, and
nit Interesting ovonlng Is anticipated.
Robert 8. Mills, ago 32, employ
ed for tbo past yoar by tho First
Stato and Savings bank, died at 4
o'clock this morning at the Klamath
general hospital. Rheumatism, af
fecting the heart, caused his death.
The young man had mado many
friends during hi residence hero to
regret his untimely death.
Ho wo tbo son of Mr. and Mrs,
Hobert S. Mills of Oakland, Califor
nia, and brothor of .Mrs. Francos
Davis, Wlnsdor, Ontarie: Mrs.
George Cronscbnabol, Oakland, and
Mrs. Cameron, Fort8cott, 8on Fran
cisco. His nunt, Mrs. Itufus White
head, of Oakland, her husband, and
the mother of the decodont, arrivod
hero Tuesday. Thoy will take thuitmnn
body to Oakland tomorrow for bur-i
t Wrestling, boxing nnd other stunts
are the features of the entertainment
program of the American Legion post
tomorrow night nt Moose ball. The
slow starts at 8 o'elock and all ex
service men, whether Legion mora
born or not, will be heartily wel-
hare several surprises
ileevo and promise to
Sandwiches and near
"nearest" that can bo procured, will
bo provided In abundance. Tho head
liner for the smoker will bo a
wrestling encounter between "Strang
ler" Christie and "Scissors" Worl-
TACOMA, March 17. Sulcldo was
tho coroner's verdict In tha case of
O. D. Uannhor, president of the Dunn
her Lumbor company, which was
washed up by tho tide today at the
Dannhcr mill dock. Tho body was
attached to tho piling by a rope A
card In tho dead man" pocket bore
a mesaago Indicating suicide.
HA.MO.V CASK WILL HKACII
TUB JUHV LATB TODAY
AIlDMOnE. Okla.. March 17.
Defense counsel In tho Hamon mur
dor trial began argument at 10
o'clock this morning, after tho court
had refused to accept their offer to
It was expected tho case might
reach the Jury about 6 o'clock this
Telegram Washington llurcaa
WASHINGTON, March 17.
United States Senator Charles L.
McNary has convinced Senator Pen
rose, chairman of the senate finance
committee nnd Representative Ford
noy, chairman of tho houso ways
and mean committee, that an emer
gency tariff for the agriculturist
and stock growers of tho iwostcra
state should bo given tbo earliest
possible consideration by congress,
and when it convenes in April it Is
expected that legislation along this
lino will bo ono of the first things
on tho program.
Following Senator McNary's talk
with Senator Penrose, who as chnlr
man of tho sennto finance commit
tee, largely directs tho policy of tbe
senate regarding financial legislation.
Penrose arranged for a conference
with somo of tho senate and houso
leaders, Including Representative
Fordney, nnd tho secretary of tho
treasury, Mr. Mellon.
"All that I did," said Senator fc
Nary today In commenting on the
conference, "waa to call tho attention
of Senator Penroso and other leaders
of tbe senato and houso to the
urgency to tho farmers of tho coun
try for relief on some of tho prin
cipal products of tho farm, particu
larly wool. Growers of this com
modity now faco heavy Importations
and competitive sales from Argen
tina, New Zealand and Australia. I
foci that It Is tho first duty of con
gress to afford protection on this
and other great staples to tho pro
ducers in tho country .while eon
gross is taking up In detail the per
manent tariff and rovislon of the in
ternal revonne laws."
tr. Prices nlea.eit tho m.nnm.ni aenator McNary enjoys an unusu-
of tbo sale. aUy I),eaMnt relationship with Preal
dent Harding, and on reclamation
Man Wanted Here
Is Jailed at Weed
Seaforth Queen, third, with calf by
side, was tho first animal sold at
tho annual farm bureau salo this
afternoon, bringing $G75. Oliver Mar
tin of Merrill wan tho buyer. Hid
ding started at $300. Tho price la
within $2G of last year'a top price.
Tho cow Is from S. A. Hempo's herd,
Monarch's Rose, dwncd by W. J.
Townley of Hot Lake, Oregon, waa
the second animal sold. William
Hammond of Merrill paid $275.
The O.K. bam. was Jammed with
people from all partsof the "conn-
County Detective Morloy left for
Weed this morning to bring back
Harry Drown who was arrested
thero a couplo of days ago on infor
mation from this city charging him
with larcency. Drown, who had
cbargo of tho shoo shining parlor
In tho O. K. barber shop on Main
atroet. Is alleged to havo stolen
nbout $20 from tho proprietor. A
tolegram received yosterday said
Drown would not contest extradition.
An automatic chess-player haa been
invented by a Spaniard.
and othor western matters la con
sulted by the' whlto house frequenb
ly. Ho haa moved up to tbq seats
of tho mighty, actually as well as
Intluentially. In tho reassignment
of seats in this session Senator Mc
Nary was give na seat on the front
row on the republican aide, a place
of vantage ns well as distinction, and
from which he will lead the fight for
many measures extromely import
ant to the west.
MKIUULL ItKSIDK.NT GOBS
TO 8TATB HOSPITAL
St. Patrick's Day Dream of Tomorrow
Joe Joseph, aged GO years, was ad-
Judged Insane in probate court the
first of this week, and will be taken
I to tbe stato hospital tomorrow.
About four weeks ago, Joseph lost
tbo powor of spoecb, and his mind
has beon wandering over since. He
haa lived In tho Merrill section for
years, and is a native-born Oregon-Ian.
All Save Gondii
CHICAGO, Mnrch 17. The btate
today dropped tbo cases against all
former Chicago White Sox ball flay
ers, indicted for tho alleged throw
ing of tho 1919 world's series, cccopt
Tho action was takon after Judgo
Dyer refused to grant n contlnujnX-n
of more than 60 days, requostud by
the stats ns necessary. to gather new
liOOAL MK.V II BAUD
MAItV r.SWINBV SPBAK
Dchnla D. O'Connor and D. D. Mur
phy returned last ovenlng from Port
land where they had gone to repre
sent Klamath county nt tho organi
zation of tbo Orogon branch of the
American Association for tha Recog
nition of tho Irish Republic and listen
i to tho address of MIm Mary Mao
flwiney, slstor of the late Lord Mayor
MacSwInoy of Cork. Dr. Andrew C.
Smith was elected president and
Miss Annlu Currln secretary of tbo
stato association and Dr Smith and
P. E. Sullivan woro oloctod as dele
gates to attend the convention to be
bald in Chicago on April 23.