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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1921)
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KLAMATH FALLH, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1IKS1
PRICE HVK CENTS
END OF DRIVE
Women of tlm community who uro
to assist In thn city nnil county ilrlvo
for iiiomliiimlilpH ami service fund
pledges for tho Klamath County
Chamber of Coinniurco, mat at hood
quartern yesterday ufturnoon anil
completed thn organization of tliu
four tvutns of workers, snloctod ranis
of prospective women mnmhorn thoy
nro to solicit next week, nnil rncelv
ml Instructions us to tjiulr dutlos
from L, W. Dupuy, compalgn d I roc
tor. Ttio captains of tliu twniity teams
of mon nro toiluy compIotltiK thu
work of llnliiK up tlinlr workorn, Tim
rntlro loum organization will moot nt
luncliuon nt thn Chamber of Com
merce nt noon tomorrow,
Tlio personnel of tlio women tuami
I in follews:
Green Division- Cnptnln, Mm. K
H. Henry; Mm. J. T. Perkins, Mm.
It. N. Moo, Mrs. K. 11. Hull and Mrs
W. C. Davenport.
Whlto Ulvlsloni-r-Captaln. Mrs. Vbobn BOlmm for 1321 will open
Mrs. II. W. Henderson. Mrs. A. T.
wwinun. mim ftiiHiuau ."'""
nun .iiisi . .iicaiauwu.
Oold DIvUlou. Captain, Mrs
l'aul llogardus; Miss Maude llnldwln,
Miss Clara Calkins. Mrs. Fred Mur
phy. Mrs. William McNcaly. Mrs
Charlos Collier, Mrs. Charles Mar
tin. Illuo Divisien: Captain, Miss
Allco McCourt; Mrs. Walter Helfor.
Mrs. unaruon, Airs. n. . nram.
Mrs. W. 0 llncklcr, and
Tin. campAlp.il arrangements rom-
mmeo lieiun inoiinginisniiBrmmn,Now York nl ,,M,ailulph1a. mi.
to go over thn details nt thn program
for tho Greater Klamath dinner to bo CM w,,u n tho Amorlcan
. nl I. Y". nK " ""lfW Cleveland plays nt St.
Whlto Pollwn hotul.Tho Isrgo numL cbrcag0 t .Dotro. rhlIa.
bor o applications for reservations) ha nl Nw york nnd Boston ftt
already received mukes It very vU wh, t0B
dent, tho cnmml toe says, that hero Efteh wUbn tho momory
will ho many citizens who will ho)of tho royr BoaoratlonB ,,,.
IlinaillNJlllllMl III llUi K1IIII1JH D-u.n
tonus., of tho necessity of limiting n of t,io)r hrM
tho total sale to S7B tickets. It a.op ., nnd today bnaoba)1
been ascertained that oulng to thn
limited capacity of tho hotel dining
room It will tin Imponsllilo to nccom
modatn a larger number of persons.
Itoservatlons nm being madn In tho
ordnr they nrn received, and tho pub
lic Is urged to call at headquarters
and obtain tickets without delay.
Tho' final malting, thn campaign
prospectus, a four-pago circular. Is
being ruollod out to prospoctlvo mom,-1 .. .
. - t . .-.-- ..!. ri.i.l,"n'
nan irnm ui..H.... - .M.n
circular contains nn upponl to the
public to co-operatn In tho movement
for tho expansion of tho local organl-,.
sui.on, a iiiuc ,.ruK,... .. " -
vltles that will bo suggested to tho
now mnmhorshlp for consideration In.
building Its program of work after
tho campaign, a brief outllno of tho
general plan of tho campaign, and n
statement showing what other com
munities nro doing In tho way of sup
porting tholr chambers of commerce.
ri.NIHII DP.ItltlCK AND OO
HUNTING FOH HAINHOWH.
Having comploted work on tho der
rick of tho Crator Lake Oil and Oas
company tho craw of rig bulldors, un
dor tho clcoronago of Francis Olds,
havo Jolntod up tholr fishing tacklo
and gono forth to luro n fow rain
bows from local stroamu wlillo nwalt
Ing for moro mntorlal to nrrlvo.
Aftor instiilllng tho bolter, onglno
nnd ninchlnory for tho Crutor I-ako
rig tho crow still havo tho Northern
Callfomln compuny's rig to build.
Tho low barometric prossuro
rocordod by tho Cyclo-Storma'-graph
at Underwood's Phar
macy, and roportod In yostor
day's Herald, was succoodod by
a slight rise, followed by n
steady pressure until about
noon today wbon it comraoncod
to fall again, Tho throatoqod
- storm paesod to tile North of us,
and wo received but a ' slight
flurry last evening". Indications
are .favorable for tnoret wind,
petslbly accompanied by snow.
Forecast for noxt 24 hours
Contlnuod cool, with cloudy un
Starts For Season
With New Owner
B, C. WrlKlit. who wiui supurlnton
dent of tlio 'Crnuo imw mill willed
liii mod In Hwnn Lnko vnlluy lust
season linn purchased tun Weston
mill nt Hlldnbrntiil nnd started opo
rutlonn yesterday with it full crow.
Tlio mill will average twonty times
nnd dally nnd tho lumlior In conlnict
ml to thu Crntnr Lake Ilox company,
of limy, Cnllfoniln.
lloforo coming to tho Crnno will.
Mr. Wright hod yours of lumbering
nxporlonco In tho fir holt of thu up
per Wlllamolto vnlloy.
NEW YOIIK. April 13. Amid
r.vnmnnlni mill il nrnrn t tf nit u'hlpti
f . fcaluro of tbo
....! vnt thn mnJoir Iookuo
afternoon on tho circuits of e"in. u is onsicr ror country awoi
National nnd American longuos. I '"" bou '" tho Cnrnoglo
IncompBMed by tbo blurn of tho
bands, tho snapping of flags and
tho wlord toss by city or govern
ment officials, sotoctod to- throw out
tbo first ball of tho year, tho play
ers of 16 teams will flash awuy on
tbolr six month pursuit of pon
nnnts tho winning fo which en
titles tho victors to battlo tho
tho p,nnac,0 o bM0.
Weather permitting, tho sebodul
i.h wilt lirlnr together In tho Na-
Uoli, i,onKU0. n,oklyn nt Iloston;
burgh at Cincinnati and Ht. Louis
lar scenos bnva hoen enacted with-
n.rb. will . hrnn.rml with hn
Bamo typo Qf onthu8lniltlc fon8 wbo
havo witnessed the opunlng games lD" "" woro n KBmnK ,no sor
'of past years. Following tho world vlco ,0 whlch tho)p woro entitled and
war tho popularity of baseball np- tnnt Klomnlh county was a black
Imiarnd to loon forward with a fer- Pot """ tho UhraT' maI' of 0r(V
i vor. Ilttlo anticipated by either
player or magnate and tboro Is lit
tle Indication that tho national
gamo has reached tho zenith of Its
UK league baseball has becomo
,,., nn ln ,h, pnnlrv fnr
,lho blMory Qf tho Naonn eaBU0
. ... ,, ,. . ..,. .
iimiun uubik vu aoiu ...in iuiiu a .
, w, mBrk tho opening of tho
46th consecutlvo season for tho
sonlor mnjor loaguo. Ualslng Its
first pennant In 1900 tho Amorlcan
loaguo contests will Inaugurato tho
Junior association 22nd soason.
During tho period of 45 yoars In
which various teams havo fought
for National Loaguo pennanta thoso
Identified with tho
havo won 23 championships whtlo
westorn clubs havo capturod 17
Chicago coda with 11 ponnants,
Hoaton Is socond with nlno nnd
Now York third with olght. In the ,
Amorlcan Loaguo Doston nnd Phlla
dolphin have . each won elx pen
nants giving tho oast n ,totnl of 12
whllo tho western clubs have ac
cumulated nlno, flvo for Chicago,
throo for Dotrolt and ono for Clove
land. Dorris Ball Club
Ready to Start
DOnniS, Cnl., April 13. Tho Dor
ris Uasobnll club camo Into oxlstonco
last night whon a group of mon mot
nnd organized for tho purposa.of put
ting this town on an oqual basts with
Klamath Falls, Wood, Dray and oth
or neighboring towns In tho lino of
sport. Training for tho coming seas
on will bocln as soon as grounds aro
Organization, was affocted by tbo
olocUon of C. H, Norjnaa, "manager
and.C.W. SaVtts, scpr'eti'ry-treasurcr.
Roy TabBr-wflJ. aet-aB' temporary cap
tain of 'the team. Atldo from the .sun-
ply of local tnlent the club Intends to
aocuro playora from tho outside. A
T LIBRARY SERVICE
WOULD BE BENEFIT TO EVERY
Within a fow wookn schools
throughout tbo county will closo for
summer vacation, During tho vaca
tion period tho young folk novo re
laxation from tho routlan course of
study, hut properly d I roc tod nnd with
good hooka available, vacation road
Inn would law foundation for many
n bettor and broader career. Tho Iwr
turo of Klamath county will ho Its
present In a vory few yuan and tho
gonoratlon of today will ho In control
of It government and guiding Its
destinies within a fow short yoari.
It In bard to concolro of any ono
Influenco that would aid to bettor
citizenship than a public library, ac
cessible throughout tho day to Indiv
idual book borrowers and undor tin
control of n trained librarian
during tho months that the
I chools of tho rural districts nro is
Horary nero than during tbo vacation
porlod. Ilorrowors I noacb district Hit
tholr desires and when onough nro
listed to mako It worth while, the
school library makes a request on
tbo public library, socurcs tbo books
and distributes them.
Naturally It Is harder to koop up
Interest and form a pool of book bor
rowers during ho vacation period,
but that Is tho vory tlmo when tho
young minds cun ho easiest molded
so that iovo for good books and tho
1 hablt of reading bocomes a natural
pari or llieir lives,
Tho tux payers of Klamath county
rnlso $1,000 a year to support tho
Carncglo library, and many persona
feel that tho library Is not giving Ubo
reprice It should, or could. '
Jamas Bertram, secretary of tho
Carnegie corporation of Now York
says tho situation Is "qulto discred
itable," Miss Cornolla Marvin, stato lib
j rarlan, In a letter to tho editor of
"IS paper Says 1001 8110 DOS pOiniOU
out tho citizens of Klamath, county
Kn bocauso u bad not llved UP t0 u'
Miss Marvin bollovos that a chango
for tho bettor will bo brought about
through tho prlda of Klamath coun
ty and Its noods for library eorvlco,
"which nro very groat and very
pressing." Sho avldontly bollovos that
wbon tho poonlo of Klamath coun
unaorsiana mat moy aro eniiueu
to havo a library board appointed
by tho county court, to havo tbo ser
vices of a tralnod librarian, and to
havo access to tho library nt least
eight hours n day, with individual
borrowing privileges, that thoy will
Jury Disagrees In
Drainage Suit Trial
After bolng out stneo S o'clock
Jyo5torda3r """noon tho Jury In tho
tuou ul uou, x"""""1" b
" N0W0" nna "co v-
icuatzor reported latiuro to roacn i
nn agreomont ut 2:20 this morning
and woro discharged.
Plaintiff asked damages for in
Jury to horsoa which ho allegod
wore frightened nnd stampeded
through a barbod wlro fenco by
Tho Jurors -woro J. W. Llnsay,
C. K. Uuchanan, James Ulalno,
K. M. Cunningham, A. M. Sutton,
Ed. Smith, Horb Phillips, H. P.
Dow, Otto Holdrlck, C. D. Co
sad, Ed. Jacobson, and George
MAUINH ENGINEERS KEFUSK
TO TAKE WAGE .REDUCTION
NEW YORK. April 13. Tbo mar
lno onglneera' association of tbo At
lantic and gulf coasts, claiming a
momborehtp of 15,000 today roject
odv the 'wage reduction proposed by
tho American Steamship Owners' as
sociation. Tho cut averaged from 2 J
fm n ww dint
good start hns nlready'been made to-'
'ward financing tho club
demand tho sorvico for which thoy
aro paying nnd to which thoy nro
A largo part of thn puhMc appar
ently has labored under tho delusion
that because tho library conditions
havo existed sinro tho building -wns
eroded ten years ago that they could
not bo changed. liut If a general de
mand for groator nfflclcncy and ser
vlco Is made, they can bo changed.
It Is a question ol woollier tho
peoplo of Klamath county dcslro tho
great service thut a modern, woll
managed library can glvo, or not. It
Is a question that affects ovory rcsld
ont of thn county. Tho establishment
of a co-operative and comprebensivo
library system moans this:
To over) body in tho county
All tho property of tho county bo
hind this oducatlonal effort.
Equal book privileges to city homo
and farm homo.
Uooks tor tho wholo family.
Hooks that will help with tbo
Story books for tbo cbildron.
Uooks about things that nro hap
pening In tbo world.
Uooks Just for fun.
To the country roildcnt
A librarian In town who Is oager
to soloct and send tho very book you
A collection of choice books for
each farm homo reading tablo.
To the, email toivn dueller
A contral library ln which city and
county sharo allko.
A local brancli with moro books at
loss oxpenso than by local mainten
ance. A small town library run without
bogging or subscription.
A changing and constantly fresh
ened local book supply.
Tho prlvllogo of borrowing any
new book from tho contral library.
To tlu) rural M-houL
An Interchangeable county system.
A sultablo collodion of books In
School library cared for by a traln
School library books bound and
School libraries accounted for
growing Instoad of decreasing.
Holps for tho tcachor.
To each workor It brings through
books tho advlco and help of tho ex
pert. Yo nevd tho county library been it so
Tho kind of rocroatlon afforded by
books Is ono of tho most ploasant and
la tho cheapest wbon gained through
Chlldron of thn country communl
tlos should havo tho same privileges
onjoyod by thoso of tho city.
Moro peoplo nro attracted to com'
munlty which offers such advantages,
Henley School to
Give Play Saturday
The community of Henley will pre
gont ..An OIl, Maj.8 wooing", Satur-
aay, April ltitn. Ttie cast is s rot
lews: "Sally Ann." Ituth Dixon;
"Mrs. Perkins," Mrs. Trlplett; "Mrs,
Jonos," Mrs. Jim Dixon; "Stovo
Muchmoro," Marshall McCIay; "John
Hopkins," Harry Tolford; "Lawyer
Dunn," Richard Urndbury; "Dan Jof
fors," Ulys Roedor, nnd "Mrs. Jof
tors," Mrs. Hesoltlno.
HOYS I'AKOLKl) ON CONDITION
THEY MEND THE1K IlKILWIOIt.
Jdbnroo Ball, 16, nnd Hugh Knight.
17, Indian boys, woro placod upon pa
rolo ponding good bohnvlor by Coun
ty Judgo nunnoll, sitting ln tho Ju
venile court yesterday ntternoon. Tho
boys confossod to having entered tho
Martin Lotches homo on tho reserva
tion, during tho absonco of tbo fam
ily from March 13 to 21. Thoy took
various articles. Knight wss rarolod
to tbo custody of Joo Kirk and Dall
to tho custody of Drummer David.
, YOUNG .COUPLE MARRIED,
Robert Leo Rowo and Miss Elsie
Jointoa' were narrled lyestorday af-
.. kit Yn4t. 'Mf'ttisk Ya-A flc
iyWU -J UPV4VW w two w-w o
hagen, They aro building ft homo'on
tho' Shlpplngton rotid,
Of Gold Hill Bank
Foiled By Guard
Medford, April 13. Two robbers
who brokn Into tbo (lold Hill bank nt
1 o'clock this morning woro routed
by William WIso, tho watchman, who
sleeps In tho building. WIso opened
flro with nn automatic rovolror and
tho robbers fled, loavlng tbolr tools
U. S. IS GETTING
"Get bohlnd this Chamber of Com
mcrco movement; don't stop because
times aro dull and business Isn't Just
what It should be. If you wait until
ovorytblng Is Just as you would havo
it, you will never mako a start, and
besides, you might not want to, It
you facod a perfect situation." This
was the advlco given to citizens of
Klamath county today at the Cham
ber of Commorco Forum lunchoon by
Harry It. Cunningham of Holonn,
formor Stato auditor of Montana. Mr.
Cunningham camo to Klamath Fatls
on a buslnoss trip this week and ac
cepted an Invitation to sposk at tho
During tho courso of bis talk, Mr.
"With Klamath's wondorfu Ire
sources, natural and acquired, with
tho forest and best hotel ln any city
of Us size, there aro two outsandlng
things for tho community to consider
as needful and which must be ao-
compll.hed before the community
will start on Its real march towards
progress and presperity: v hlghwars
lmprovod transportation faclll-
Int m "t& ntk Mt al .
.i. . ... T mi li .
other to tho east will enable you to
WW- 'ur I'0"1 "uuui"' u"u
I !.. .... u ... l. .,!
placo you In direct toucn vritn tno.
... .. ...
"Klamath Falls has the spirit that
Is necossary to ovontually mako a
splendid city, and It Is this spirit, my
frlonds, that Is absolutely lndlspen
slblo. Your Cbambor of Commcrco
will help you to the thing your com
munity would do. In my town of 12.
000 wo havo & splendid organization
and don't overlook this fact, a com
munity Is Just as big and progressiva
as Its people want it to bo.
"Our present business depression
is destinod to become short-lived. I
actually believe It Is Improving day
by day, and Just as sure as we are
hero today, my friends, the United
States will be back to tbo old-Umo
rogular schedule within six months
tlmo. All Indications point In that
direction. The resourcos are ours,
and tho entire world Is calling on
us for help. Thoro la no way to
hold Lack this roturn of normal
conditions; this is tho tlmo when
there must bo no failure;
thoro will bo no failure"
A largo number of visitors at
tended tho forum today. Commun
ity singing was led by E. S. Veatch.
W. A. Wlest presided.
PANAMA MUST ACCEPT '
WIITTK BOUNDARY AAVARD
WASHINGTON, April 13. The
stato department has Indicated that
the American government was dis
posed to Insist upon Its original posi
tion, thnt Panama settle Its bound
ary dispute with Costa Rica on tho
basis of the White award, dosplto tho
protost contalnod In Panama's reply,
which was received today In answor
to tho noto recently sent by Secre
23 NEW GENERALS
APPROVF.D BY HARDING
WASHINGTON, April 13. Presl
dont Harding today approvod tho Hat
of twolvo new major gonerals and
26 new brigadler-genorala prepared
by Secretary Weeks. Clarcnro R. Ed
wards who commanded tho Now Eng
land National guard division ln
France heads the list es Major Gen
eral, GTJTTjD MKliTLS'G.
The Tegular monthly meeting of
St, Tiui'8 EbJsxop1 tul.ld will bo
held'tomorrbV attersoon' at 3:38
o'cleck: In the parlors of the Presbv
WASHING-TON, April 13. Presi
dent Harding today told a delegation
which callod upon him to urgo the
rolonso of Kugone V. Debs, and all
other prlsonersjconvlcted undor the
osplonago act, 'that he would take no
action looking toward a gonoral nn
nesty until a state of pcaco with tho
contral powers bad boon doclarod.
A dologatlon of moro than 200 rep
resentatives of organized labor and
political and civic organizations was
here to present to congress a petition
signed by tbo citizens of 41 states
asking amnesty for such prisoners.
Senator Knox today Introduced a
resolution to end the stato of war
with Germany. Tho mcasuro Is simi
lar to the one passed by the last con
gress and vetoed by President Wil
son. Senator Knox also Introduced a re
solution that would end tho state of
war with Austria, carrying with It
tho provision for tho preservation of
all American rights under the Ver
sailles troaty. It was referred to the
Foreign Relations commlttoe with
Launching a fight against the Col
ombia treaty, which carries with It a
provision for tho payment to the
country of $25,000,000, Senator Kol
logg of Minnesota told tho senate
that tho ratification of the pact
would "place a stain upon the name
of Thoodore Roosevelt and acknow-
i ledge that tho United States has
wronged Colombia and violated her
. ,,, mako
( A rMo!utlon tatroducAl by
Sonator Borah, authorizing President
i Harding to open negotiations with
,,Mn. iooVln to
I ---- .-. --- .
la reduction of tho'iiaval building pro-
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APRIL 19 FOR
LONDON, April 13. The trlplo al
liance of labor has callod a atrlko
Friday night at 10 o'clock, following
the inability of tho minora to rgrco
with tho mlno owners and tho gov
ernment for n settlement of tho min
ers' strike which begun April I
It tbo strlko occurs four million
workors will be Idle.
LONDON, April 13. Tbo miners
havo decided there can bo no renew-
' al of negotiations looking to a set
tlement of tho strike. Premlor Lloyd
George today told tho House of Com
mons that the situation was Increas
ingly grave, but that ho hopod wiser
counsel would prevail.
LONDON, April 13. Armed men
attacked tho eastern wing of the
prison la Cork last night says a
dispatch. A military guard sent
up lights to nllumlnate the vicin
ity and soldiers on the ramparts
used machine guns on the assail
ants. Tbo strikers withdrew aftor
ten mlnutos. '
FOREIGN BODY REMOVED
FROM CHILD'S LUNG.
Word recolvod from 8an Francisco
says that tho operation performod on
Nora, two year old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. McAuliffe, to remove
an automobile curtain fastener which
had lodgod ln tbo lung, was a suc
cess. For. a tlmo It was foared pnou
monla might develop but a message
received by. MV. McAuliffe today -was
very reassuring. r
JAPANESE DlfiSHSSED .
ON SMUGGLING' CHARGE
SEATTLE, .April- 13.i Charges' o
conspiracy tasmuggjo is .alions-"wore
dlnlssedin the case's oteven" of 13
Japanese'"! trial In the federal'rourt
here. Five-romaln on trial.