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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1921)
Wcp lEuenhtn Umtld
A Class Ad Will
Member of the Associated Press,
f'lflrviitli V.vtr .V... AflHI.
KLAMATH 1'AI.M, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH U, 11)21.
PRICE FIVK CENTS
STANFIELD HAS !
PUN TO RAISE I
Amendment will Make
: nnn nnt a .-.:!
able Annually tor
Federal Road Build-
llvrnld WnnliliiBtim Bureau
WASHINGTON. March 28 --Mure
than $145,000,000 now dorlvor an-
nunlly by tho government from sales
tuxes Imposed on tho products of
motor vehicle Industries will bo
u,"uw "" '., ',. "'" "
way construct on If an ani-Md.no nt
drafted by United BtutcH Senator I.
N .Btanfleld to tho federal h l
way appropriation b II Is adopted.
The rev..,., Irom Wi mo. ax
totaled $14 003 035.02 for he fl-
cal year ending June 30. 1020. and
derived from tno following
Motor trucks, wagons, etc. $H,
Tires, tulirs, parts and aeeesnrles,
IBS, 135,518 41.
License fees from operators
motor vehlclm for hire, t2.040,!4i. -
-Total $14l.9S.0Sn.z '
HiniigM Tnt Plan , confirmation and will lecturn at
The amendment drafted by Sena- Odd Follows Hall tomorrow, (Wod -
tor Btanflold proposes to plnen all nin'ay) at 7:30 p. in. Tho class
revenues derived from thn sales tax will bo presented by tho archdoa-
Into a frderal highway fund, and In con.
subftltutn this method of taxation. After the services a recoptlon
for highway construction In lieu or will be given to thn Illshop Dr.
tho present method of making spo- Van Waters and to tho nowly ad-
Iflo appropriation out of tho gen- Milted communicants. It will I
ral fund. a s c'nl hnnr for hotter acquaint-
In;upport of his proposed method anco mid good fellowship. Tho pco-
h senator has Issued thn following Pie generally am Invited to hoar
"Tno present meiiioa anmus o.
limited rrogram only and depends
upon further appropriations by ron-,
Krcr, to permit a continuation of thn
federal highway work, whlln under
tno niotno-i which i propose u.o pro-
grain Is a continuous on., nnd limit-
-. ... 1... .!. ... ..u........
o.i nn.y uy i.t nii.iM.iii u. ruTuimua
tollortod each year.
"Tho Invention of tho motor np-
piled to locomotion was tho dawn of
the world's third greatest trauspor-
tatlon system, wnter nnd rail pro-
endtng. Tho water nnd rnll trans-
portatlon systoms havn boon dovel-
oped and nro operated by tho In-
veatmeut of prlvato capital and lho
....., . ,n- i ...
uuiioiwuti ui mi,. v.... wiiii ui
mhttwvm liv l.iu nillill. fill.1 llin
qulpment Is owned and operated
by Individuals. '
The terminal facllltloa and tho
vtA nvnr whlfh rnllrnail on.ilninnnt
Is operated nro owned tiy tho rail-
asssngtr faros and frolghl rates, -nlo on, and this tract Is provided ,' ., ..,,, A nr lTh0 ""other coyoto failed to put I Ho was born ,n 1837-
"Tho public highway transporta- by tho owners of tho equipment. I., . ' . , . ' ,'ln nppoaranco after tho duds had ho went to Washington
Hon syalom Is built from publU "Tho motor oq'ulpmont la usoloss "on ,or lno , "'" , , " I boon takon from tho burrow. thlnK ot a" Inclination to
funds to I usod without toll or without proper highways to oporate " .... ..., m.... .i Poolo has boon rooamg tho puds no Un,on arn,y but n
road companies whllo tho terminals lho levy of n sales tax on equipment
nnd read, ovor which motor oqulp- audi nH Is now In forco and nppllod
inant Is operated- aro constructed not only to tho vohlclo Industry but
and maintained bytho public. I to many other Industries for tho
"Ttil highway transportation ays-' purpose ot raising rovenuo for gov
tsru Is logically dlvldod Into three eminent purposes,
parts (a) fcdornl highways nro ' "Tho, usora of motor vohlclos ro
tbois roads upou which n largo part colvo direct monoy boneflts from
ot tho traffic Is long dlstanco and
Interstate, nnd (!) stnto highways,
upon which tho traffic Is mostly In-
tsr-county and all within tho state, lilclo,, Incrcasod mllengo In tires
and thn (c) county highways, thoso and gas and Increasod efficiency,
upon which the traffic Is nearly r' lOver poor roada this would bo
confined within the limits of the1 Purely a waste. '
eounty. "The saving of this waste in-
"The fsderal highways ar used veatnd In better roads Is economy
th for Interstate and Intrastate and good business on the part of
Irafflo and the cost of construction motor owners, therefore, a tax
aid maintenance should ba borne imposed on the sale ot equipment
jointly by tho federal covrnmon,t "t ita . source ts moro than savod
nd tho Stat In proportion to thn In the reduced cost of operation
uso and benefits received by each.," tho tax so collected Is devotod
"State roads are likewise used for to building more and bettor
tounty and Inter-county trafflo, and, roads. True, lands and property
'tho cost tn turn should ba atd other than motor vehicles recelv
Jointly by state and eounty la pro-.ad benefit! from highly Improved
portion to benefits. ' roads, but lands and other pro-
"The eounty roads aro tho local h'erty also contribute to the com
market roads within tho county and.ruon cause when they pay direct
should be built &v,'A maintained
from county funds
"Tho counties are ineotlog their
of direct' taxes upoq property far
road purposes and the issue of
county bonds which must bo paid Us part In this groat highway pro
from tho samo source, gram ot tho motor ngoV
Starts Work" on
Work has ntartod on thn first
dwelling under ttio housing plan
uf ttio Homobulldors, lno. It In
n modern bungalow on Wordoa
nvonun lu "Talrvlow nddltlon and
thn contract prlco Is I3SO0. 0. II.
i.ndi. i u owner of the proper -
.... hulMlnv will h.v. .11 tho
latest features of comfort and con-
vn,llu,lco r furnace ya-
turn, connoctod with th flreplaea,
that Jnmos Holiana, manager ol
llin tmlldurii association, says 1
something absolutely now In Kla-
ninth Fulls, i
, WILL INITIATE
CLAHH TIIURHDAY NIGHT
Local KlkM will Initiate a class
f cnMul(ll,rl ThurB1,ny ,
fof , occniioni
imI)t)r() nro o
( , , ,nlBllon umIor
, dr(.cton f ,,,
nUiUin of Myf
, , fr)t Apr,
The Itt. Itov. Ilobort L. Pad-
deck D. I), bishop of thn Dlocoso
"f enstern Oregon arrives this
Ho will administer the rllo of
insnop raililock and remain for the
.-.-, . ,
. . .
"The states are eocuring funds to
meet their sharo by requiring annual
license feea upon motor vehicles op-
., ... .o s.aio. anu in somo in-
stances on o tax on gasoline.
"Il.iu. ulinll .1... ..... ..
.... n,...,, u.. iuuuiui Kuvuni
'cnt securo tho funds to meet Kb
part of thU obligation to tho pub-
"A broad but fair rulo Is that all
that rucelvo uso and benefits should
pay tliu cost. This rule la appllod lu
both water and rail transportation. ,
Why not In hlghwny transportation!
Thn railroad equipment would bo'
iiani.oa in.niit . i. tn. i
"-. - ..... . ui,ui-
OVlir. WIIV flhnUM nnt lll nwnnra nf
this motor equipment pay tho larger
Prt of tho cost ot building and
mulntalnlng tho highways!
All OK llenrfit
"In that no tolls nro nxnrlnil. nnmn
other method must obtain. Why not '
overy inllo of road Improved In
tho form of a docroaso In repair
hllfs, extended llfo of tho vo-
property taxes for the ceunty jasr-
ket roads which, far eaceed in
mllengo both ktao and national
ttkuVays." Is not tela then thti
VoBtwi toe-Dud. l& Uut': fovktsaent-
to promo fuadi tor carrying on
.Lack of Notification
Market Ground of
Characterizing the nllogod failure! LONDON March 29. Grcok for
of tho city council to notify thorn of cos havo occuploa Eskl-Shohr, cap-
tba BCtloll Unnn thfllr lllll for Mill! f'ltrlnir mnnv nrlmnnn nn.l mnli '
able" Freeman, Smith and Camp patch. '
company of Portland cancelled their Eikl-Shchr was tho Important oh
bid of par, plus (1,735 for expenses J Joctlvo of tho Oreok offensive It Is
In correspondent road nt last night's 'a Junction point on tho Baghdad
council meeting. railroad.
Tho bond market has changod dur-
Ing tho two weeks that olapsed be-j Greek armies operating oast of Klngsvllle, Ohio, en routo from I'us
twoen tho bid and tho dato that the Smyrna and Drussa and opons tho ; adena, California, whoro ho spent tho
letter was written, said tho bonding way for an advanco on Angora 140 winter, to his homo at West l'nrk,
houso and they asked for tho return miles east of tho baso of opora' ! Now York, whore ho had plinncd to
of their guarantoo chock of $3,000. 'lions. i Upend his 84th birthday on April 3r.l.
As tho bid for tho $60,735 lsnuei John Burroughs was tho vonor-
wns pasaod on by tho council Mafh
21 and tho company's sharp-spokon
letter was written March 22, It Is ob
vious thorn was no tlmo for them to
havo recolvod tho notification of ac
ceptance. Tho council took no action last
ntvht hill (ha nnlfcn Itirirn wrntn tn
I thn bond tssuo today explaining tho
, .lUatlon and asklnir If thov desired
t0 roConsldor. Kxnmlnatlon of tho
' bonds by nttornoys will cost I62BJ
w),lch Is an additional chargo not
covorod In tho bid.
I J()n i.,,0'no FK)t
Klamath Falls will Join tho state
fKnt , BOCllro rohoarlng of tho
phono rato caso, Tho city attornoy
. wajI jn,irlfcttj to wire Mayor Baker
or Portland to this effect.
I'avlng bid laid ovrr.
Thn Vnrrn Construction comnanr
was thn solo bidder on tho city hall
pftv,n(C unUf offor,nK , d tnn work ',.., no-hh;:h" ,,,,,:
f ,CC.r.01. Tho bid was higher byl" "d" B.h" ','
.nm ti nnn , lh ,nn,.. ' rounds lho B,oro-
t , A h e, enBlnoop WM not
prMont ( wng ud OV0P a wook ,
,,ota, M , nnd extt.
,,. .. nnrlnr. flrllrn. tt.Rrn
. "'"" -.w , ..... H .D.V-
hlirlinr Ihnn thn rrtni rnctnr'il. tn nth
ors tho contractor's flguroa woro,nonanra' wa8 ,n own nl worn-
. . i with anvnn rnvnfn mm. u-hirh ha
lower man mo ongiueora. in conso-i
quonco it Is bollevod thcro will bo
no troublo tn readjustment when tho
onglnoor, council and contractor get
Crescent nvcnuo proporty ownora
. ,,,,.,, ty,'t .,', f,mnls find In tho samo way, ho will,60 centa for ls llno vo whlch
bskou tno paving or tnai stroei irom ... i. ,..... .. i.,.
.,. , ,K .n,. .i,. ...
i . ..iilil al
!" mmmshuw u.m. i s
Uo" ,for a 80W0r 7"" ran,od- "o
potltlonora nro willing to pay the
wholo cost, with tho understanding
that they will bo rolmbursod SO per
cent when tho city's sewor fund is
Stop Wnttli Ordered
A dlfforonco of opinion as to
whothor tho patrolmon or tho city
I timit.V ftirnlth afnn TL'ntihAa nnttmt In
nn order that tho city purchaso ono
stop wntch for tho polleo dopartmont.
Pursuant to a report ot tho fire
commlttoo, tho Evans and Wllktns
building on lowor Main street woro
condomned for rooming houso uso
until conditions aro romodtod.
A. J. Lyle's request for rotund on
improvements mado on Eighth street
was laid ovor. Tho application of tho
reclamation sorvtco to movo a dred
ger across tho city was roforrcd to
the street commlttoo.
Many Problems Talked
Yhe usual discussion of city ncods
nnd problems ran through tho moot
ing. Garbago disposal was up again j mission to build nn opon nlr danco naturo studios. During Col. Rooso
and i commlttoo 'was appatntod to pavilion on tho south sldo ot Klam-I volt's occasional clashes with "na
mako nn investigation. Tho city
tornoy was instructed to proparo nn
ordinance governing rooming houses
and thore was discussion of need for
a eomprohonslvo building codo nnd
restricted residential districts.
The ordinance governing garages
and the buildings used for garage
purposes was up for discussion but
Dr. Stewart reported progress on
tho' aajyta'ry code, waien he said wall
about a third completed, but said he
mot msay problems that affected
citizens In n most vital spot the .
pockot book nnd It was a task roe
Fall of Eski-Shehr
Unites Greek Armies
w-i A as. I M
fOr AttaCK On INa-
ers. war material, says an Athens dis
Tho capturo of tho city unltod tho
CONSTANTINOPLE, March 29.
.Turkish national forces havo boon
recalled from Armcnla-to.opposo tho
Greek offensive Martial Jaw was
doclnrod today In Angora, tho na -
tlonallst capital and general mob-
ollzatlon of tho population was or -
Phone Toll Station
At Worden Store
tor tho first tlmo In Its history
tho vlllago of Wordoft Is linked to
tho outside world by telephone, tho
Pacific Tolophono and Telegraph '
company having established a toll
action In tho Worden store this.
The service will bo approclted byj0n naturo BU8g0$tcd something of
traveling salesmen and othor trav-lThornalI. htlt .. .r,i irt. n..r.
olora who stop at Worden and In ad -
nuion win o or scrvico to tho
' R Catrhr
. Kancner UafCAieS
Frank Poolo. who lives near
uug oui or a coyoto s burrow net
far from his homo. Thcro woro
nlno in tho llttor. Ho sold ono of
tho pups to a local man, whoso
namo ho did not loarn. If ho can-
rvpt dlsposo of tho romalndor of
"... mom unu ciaim mo oouniy.
on milk since ho dug them out,80ok " government offlco. It Is ro-
ot their homo.
1IAVR BAm DAUGIITEIl
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wolsa nro tho
paronta of a baby girl born Marchj W00lj8' nd smacked of sincerity.
22nd. All concorned aro gottlng'Ho W0W bo a a' man to watch
along satisfactorily. Mr. Wolsa is tho treasury vaulU. Ho agreed to
proprietor ot tho Army Goods ' tako tno ploco At a 1,ul deck'
'storo horo. 1
m "O kopt tabs on those who went
IATTHEIIAX l'ASTOH AT ,0 handlo tho 150,000,000 stored
lH)ItTiaND CO.VFERBNCK lhcro' ho beBan wrUlnK ot tne
Tho novorond Karl Mattnles. nna.!blri18' to Ha bls horaoslckncas.
tor ot tho local Luthoran congroga-lThe
Hon loft for Portland yestorday morn
ing to attend tho Oregon-Washington
district Luthoran conforonce. Mr.
Mntthlea will bo gono nbout two
wooks. No Lutheran sorvlces will bo
conductod horo during his absonco.
quiring much Investigation and con-!
' - - -J-- , 1 UL-Lr
Bort McDonald was granted por
at-.nth, botwoen Sovonth and Eighth. At.turo takora" and those who charged
a former mooting his application for
a slto on tho north sldo of tho avon
uo, botween Fifth and Sixth, was ro
fused. Other permits wore: E. S. Henry,
office' building, $500, lot 8, block 11,
Railroad addition; Crator Lake Oil
'.and Gas company, oleotrlo sign, 632
Main street; O. L. Carter, private
ffyaso, $100, First addition; A. G.
MotjVhenb'aVher, five room hkftisa
$2500, Nlohol's addition; D. A. Rose,
addition to dwelling, $200, Mills ad-
dltlon; W. D. Glnsbach, fo(ur room
houso, $3,000, California street.
Of Fruit and Berry
'Interests Is Planned
PORTLAND, March 29. Oregon
nml WnRfifnirlrn hnnWnm. hnrrv
I "- '
'growers and cannery oporators mot
horo today to discuss proposals for
'a 110,000,000 corporation to ban
dlo tho business of tho berry and
fruit and canning Industry of the
A com'nl00 appointed nt a Ta-
coma conferonco last week to In-
vemlentn thn Dosslhllltlnfi of Inwir-
porallng Is expected to roport today.
NBW YOniC, March 29 John
Burroughs, famous naturalist, died
! early this morning on tho train near
jablo dean of naturo-wrltcr In tho
United States. Through a scoro
of books ho shared with countless
readers his llto-Iong Intimacy with
. birds, bees, flowers and tho wbolo
out-of-doors. Ills highly developed
' powors of observation nnd tho
charm of his Interpretations wero
tho marvel of hi critics. '
Ills flowing white board, his
kindly moln, his wholo habit of
life, and his literary stvle wero
I rather reminiscent of that famous
Now EnK,anu Bchoo, of ci.tg 0
Bcnorati0a or two boforo hlfn. Ills
carIy filing, on "Expreaslon."
WM atno tlmo wldely mUtaVon
for & work of Emerson, a closo'
roadar-of hnm nurmnrh. ..
'hMn frnm vr..,.V, 111. I.t n,t.
1, Wtt tho moro soclablo wrl-
Ifo learned to love naturo when
lho drovo cows at his blrth-placo
I farm, Roxbury, among tho Cat
'skills. In New York state, but
anything llko a literary compos!-
I tlntl UTfia n hlttvtuias in Yiln aa n
I . "v- - "" -
youtn. Tho story is told of how
when ho was 14, In common with
the members of his class at school.
- - --- -- .
"" ao lu,iuina io wriio is linos oi
.original composition. Ho copied
something out of a comic almanlc.
'"B theft was dotoctcd. Again In
desperation upon his second trial ho
pa'd Ja au'd, his class mato,
"u " "" un"
lated that with only a few ot his
poems as credentials ho walkod Into
tho treasury department and asked
for a Job. It was agreed that his
' vornal versos really smelt of tho
'facing tho hugo Iron vault where
roau,t waa hla tlrst book-
Tho tltlo ot his books Included
"Wlntor Sunshlno," Locusts and
Wild Honey," "Freeh Fields," "In
door Studios," "Birds and Poets,"
"Signs and Soasons," "Tho Light ot
Day. Religious Discussions from
tho Standpoint ot tho Naturalist,"
"Literary Values," and "Ways tof
Nature." Ho was a friond of Walt
Whitman and Theodoro Roosovelt In
him with brutal Instincts in his
hunting trips tho vonorable Bur
roughs always camo to tho Colonel's
defonso with John Mulr, tho natural
ist ot tho west. Burroughs once tour
ed the canyons and colaboratod with
Mulr In a "Study ot Our National
X SBveu-jjoUa4 MP7 girl 'as bcrn
to Mr. .and-.Mn. B.C.. Hawley of
1034 Tenth street this. morning. Dr.
.Wright says that oil la well at the
'Hawley home. 1
JI PERISH IN
! CHICAGO BLAST,
! SCORES HURT
, Police Claim Bomb
Parts Fo'und In
Panic ; Sweeps De
j CIIICAOO, March 29. An oxplos-
Ion which wrockod a warobouso at
! 779 Barbor street early today caused
tho death of flvo persons and Injur
ies to several scores.
Tho Jar of tho explosion was felt
There 'was panic In tho department
store at Twoltth and Halsted streets
when tho concussion shattored tho
windows of the building.
Crowds In tho neighborhood of tho
wrecked warehouse swarmed to tho
1 spot screaming "bombs". Tho polleo
rcportod that they found parts of
what was supposod to be a bomb In
Big Crowd Again
The Pine street tabernaclo held an
other large crowd last night which
hoard another lecture by Evangelist
E. J. Bulgln. Ho treated his text,
"Upon this Rock I will build my
church, and the gates of holl ahall
not prevail against It," with argum
ents to show that tho church exists
by vlrtun ot its divine origin, and l
not man mado. Tho choir, under tho
direction ot tho Rer. Robert Lowls,
sang tho old tlmo hymns in a way
that would have been creditable to
a much older organ txatlon. Tonight
tho evangelist, will tell "What
Christ Woutd do it ho Should coma
to Klamath Falls."
The musicians union Is giving the
"biggest danco of tho season" Fri
day night at tho Scandinavian hall.
The unique feature is that two or
chestras will be on the Job through
out tho evening, alternating, so that
dancing will bo continuous. Tbo un
ion wants overyono to got full re
turns for their .money.
Will Be Treated For
Joe Morrow, craied ovor religion,
will be taken to tho atate hospital at
Salem tomorrow. Last night he kept
up an Incessant raving over religious
matters, keeping Patrolman Wynn
and tho four other prlsonora awake
most ot the night. Apparently, his de
sire Is to organlto a crusado to
cloanso Klamath Falls ot Its iniquit
ies. Ho was adjudged insane yester
day. DANCE AT HENLEY
Tho boys of tho Henley school
will glvo a danco Friday night,
April 1. Thero will be good music,
bottor refreshments, and tho best
tlmo Imaginable, and everybody Is
invited to bo there.
. SOX IN 1IURN FAMILY
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Hum, at Eugene, Oregon,
on March 22. Richard William Is
tho name conferred, upon tho baby.
Mr. Hum Is well-known locally, hav
ing made his homo hero.
MRS. ROBERT GOSS FINDER
OF THIRD nUTTKIt PRIZE
Mrs. Robert Goss Is tho third win
ner of tho Klamath' Creamery prize
slip. Mrs, Goss bought a roll ot but
tor at Ender8 grocery, sliced Into It,
and wan flvo dollars richer. The
creamery Is still continuing the ad
vertising ldoa and another slip Is
waiting for a customer.
MINERS' BODIES REMOVED
FROM KATHLEEN TTJXNEIj
DOWELL. 111.. -March '29. The
bodies ot seven miners, entombed
huro February 33.''bn"fJre broke
out, lo the Kitbloe? 'mice; were re
moved today. The men. It was found,
had been asphyxiated after tho mine