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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1921)
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KLAMATH I'ALLH, OltKUoV, .MONDAY, MAY . IfnSI
WHOM FIVE CKNTH
sees I BUSY
I)lllllH Cl May 9 Willi
lUadlnc oiiimlllo for the year
upolalrd l t practically "vory
trtsch of rlllly In the common
It; iml a sxl lrl Ml toward
lit atliiMMimnt of lit" highway
Urottch 'li valley from Weed In
Klimith Kn thn lrrl Chamber
t( Comnrr u letlllng down for
tdlfH ir' f progrriilv "work
Coaim appointed liy I'rrtl
Ittl 1 I Wall mill confirmed
U ltd vmullvii rommllten at KM
fi; t trmnic meeting arc Manu
ficlarlnjc ! ( ommercc. II (I
faff 1 II Nation mnt Frank llarr
lUllrvid ""'I Tratiaporlallon, Dan
Ktm 'it" A KlMirhant. ami
A. II M Donald, Good lloadi. J II
w. II t Wllklni anil II V
Mltcftril Agriculture. II W
Vllchill Turn Churchill ami Hoy
TiVrr Kducatlon and Civic lm
trotrmrn' W I Hherman. Mr. J
f, Cbfllr. m. J I) Wall. Mem
Wrihlp, J I Htmlloy. Herman ller
tettch an I H J Miller. Ailvrr-
llitec, Mr J I' llowman, Clifford
W Bm and H' H MrCollutn
A iprOnt 'Omilllttrn ronalitlng of
II. W Mitchell and J. II Wln oil
Ifpolated tu utlnud ' meeting at
Trek Tuesday, May 10 where a
tosfrrrnrn a ill to held with I ho
tltktyoa county board of road iu
JrftUori tilth Inn purpoia of an.
(irlec fundi from thn county for
romplrtiun of I tin road from Wend
C A Kllloll. Mr. U. A. Klllott.
Vllrr lliKhland, Albert Merkol and
Itadion l,j ni, nrreiled last -wctek
h connection with thn operation of
i'III near llray and dlitrlhullon
of Hi output In Klamath J'nlli.
IM pear for elimination Krlday
l :oclock iMifurn llnrf C. Thomas.
Wn, KMiott li at liberty on 1260
loil". and Una U out on 1500
b4 Tho other aro In Jail. Mr.
Elliott i liondamen aro l.ix Itnwa
JB1 l I. Wratinorotiini!. Hurntlei
appearand, aro Alco Davli
l Tom McDonald.
CU Caldwell, local Jitney drl
r. dcuinci at Dorrli with Uno,
rlccd, Caldwell mndo ,((!
ll that , WM hrP( ,0 fnrry
"no ai n pu.cnRor. Tho offlcnra
M that Uno had left horo.
M71,,,,,,N wll meiiaKo to
1 oil and Merkel to deitroy tho
"I follirwlnK (ho arret of Mr.
,0"nil HlKhlnnd, nn, ,nd them
, Bl ,)orrU hy n ,,,",u,y
"Jiff Start Work on
Legton Cemetery Site
Within Few Days
!Jor Clmrlea Worden, woll known
nwr rualdew, rulurnoil to hla homo
lortknd (hi nmornlnK uflor a
wo wKh- vlU ,(Hr0i MuJor Wof
will rulurn Inter hut at prohent
intore,cl , , ,,OVelopniont of
it ,l"?1er,Cl, IKlou comotory alto
i lortlami. 0 ,, (,olmlod ltvu
lUt i . " ''l'Klon como'"y. Tho
4 n na,,iro "eontiy approprlat
the Vii for "', lvolopmont and
iiliki. u f I,or,,ai"l hn. nsrood to
JW a fUIU, ror perp8,u,, up.
w1"' vrdort said h npeoted
Urt it , bMU,lfy'n the alto would
tin.i. Mk l'r"l' today and
,nl' "l llr than Wodno.day.
limtl.lN May ) Sentiment In
German protocol circle today tio'
tut n drill toward favor of nr;r-'iii'iii
to I tin allied reparation term It I
hollered a parliamentary coalition
which will arropt I 111 allied ultima
turn will ln formed In tint unit zt
I PARIS. Mi)- 9 -When ihn MIM
I amhaMadnr' council oened It ies
i on today an American reprewitil
. tlrn resumed nnl at tln rounrll
1 table, when Hutch ' Wallace Allier
(ran amlMadnr. look lit placn Am
tuadnr Wnllm wai warm I r welcom
I ed by thn French foreign office
Thn illrtin of 'tin Klamutli
Kilt national farm loan aiaoclitliin
held thrlr rrcular mectlnic Katurdiy
aflernoi-n for thn purpuan of
d'l'UM'.nc lateit development,
br unlit about by the dlapnaal of
lltuat'nn affiM-tlnR thn tiatloti.il
Onltti: to Ihn pri'wnt financial!
itrinicriir) and a ilo market for
farm loan Mmd. ihn allotment lo
the aaaotla Ion f;r Immeitlitn loinii
la llmlled lo 130.000 Thn director,
itecldnd to accept no application fori
loam icreater than 14,000 at pre
mnt A federal allotment I expected
later In thn waion which will takn
earn of further application Thn
checki for thn local aaaoclatloni
fourth dividend were itlilrlliutinl
J II Walton of thn fhlliuln
Lumber company and thn Dorrli
llm company eamo In on luat nlKhf
train on a builnei trip
Chaa A Mclnn. lc preoldotit of
Ihn Udd t Triton bank of I'ortlnnd.
li In thn city calling on liuiinen
II. V Kimball of Ukolew Is
rcxlilercd at Ihn Halt hotel
Mr and Mr C. Stewart of
f'nrvnlll irn niendlnK a few dayi
i ... . .
hero lookinc over wiu muiurj
IV (I. flcullr and two ion of
Chlco. California, am rlKht aenliiR
hero for a fow tin)
C. II. Crlilnr preildont of tho
Kwaunn llox company, accompan
ied by Mrs. Crliler .arrived Satur
day nlRht by auto after a proloiiR
ed vlalt In California.
Mlii Ituliy Newton who lm lieon
In Aihland for tho pnit two yearn
ha roturncd to Klamath Kail
Mloa Now ton wa formerly con
nected "with tho Underwood Phar
macy and reiumei hor position
with thorn thin mornlnK-
J, l), McCarthy reprosenllnK tho
llurroiiBh'i- AddliiK Machine com
pany li In tho city on hiulneiK. Ho
la accompanied by hla tirldo who
waa Mia l.oralno Blmon of Sac
ramonto, tho wvddliiK havliiR tak
en placo In Sacramento April 16.
Mr. and Mr. 1'. K. Illnkley havo
raturned from lleavorlon. Ore.
whoro they havo resided for tho
past j ear and will Hvo llB0
Pine atreot. Mr. 8. I' HlnkloV.
returned with thorn and will visit
while hero with hor ilnushtur, Mr.
Wlllard h. Bmltli.
Kov. J. V; Molloy visited llonanra
and IanRell Valley today.
Tho flnnl danco of tho Assembly
rint will lm irlvon tills ovonlilK In
tho Scandinavian hall. Thin will
concludo tho eorloa of teu dances
ivn in- iho club and will bring to
a closo lt actlvltlei for tho year
it Ik planned lo rovivo tno cum
Mr. Emm W'oolsoy of uoima,
Han Mutoo county, California, return
ed thU mornlnc aftor poh1Iiiij lomo
ON FARM LOANS-
Klamath State Bank Is United
With First National; Di
In Ihn mornlnc there will bo a
alr.n on tho door of thn Klamath
Htalo hank which will read a fol
"This bank I consolidated
wllh thn Klnl National bank
this datn. Thn officer of tho
Klamath Ktam hank aro at
Ihn Hral National hank pro
pared to wall upon tbn Kla
math Statu bank patron aa
Dated, May 10th. 1921 "
ThU In about thn whole story
Thn dnpoallori. tho itoekholdcri
and thn officer havo all Rono Into
thn Klrit National bank, tnaklnR
thn stronRent and most representa
tion of Its community of any bank
In louthcrn OrcRon
IVi thn roller of tho itockhold
nn of thn Klnt National bank,
which ha always been very repre
sentative, ha been added tho
namea of itockholdor of tho Kla
math Statn bank. amonR whom aro
the following well-known people:
C II Crliler. O. I). Ilurkn. Mar
tin llros., II. B UrlRiby. C. K.
Clone. C i: lllley. V. H. Moor
land. J A tlordon, K. 8. Tcrwllll
Bit. V Zlmm llaldwln, Dr. Krcd
Weiierfeld. Ida II Momyer. J. I.
Heard. It C. Uroeibeck, C. II. DaR-
Rctt. and other. Thli Hot, added
to thn list cf itockholders of tho
Klnt National bank, represents
practically alt tho builnen activities
of Klamath county.
Thn board of director!, to which
hnvu ben added those of Klamath
Statn directors to fairly represent
tho new itockholders, will probably
read aa follews: Charles Hall, Les
lie linger. A. M. Collier. II. N.
Men. Cha. Moore, J. O. C-oldth-walle.
K. W. Vannlce. S. Oben-
chain. Krcd Schallock, C. K. Stone.
Tho Siemens oil well waa a popu-j
lar resort for automohllo parties yes
terday and ncore of local resident
visited tho well during tho day to see
how operation wero progressing
Thn day waa fine for driving, and
many of thn motorist made thn trip
complete by driving on to Merrill
and seeing Iho Crntor Oil comany's
derrick, which I expected to begin
operations in a couple of week.
At tho 8lcmcn woll Nell Camp
bell stated that thoy had been forced
to change their plans to cement tho
well at the H5 foot depth. When
tho casing reached that depth It was
found that tho formation would not
hold back tho water, and ho will bo
compelled to mso tho 135 remaining
feet of tho hole.
Mr. Campbell said this would mean
another wcok's work, cleaning tho
hole and sinking tho casing, before
there was opportunity to rvsumo
drilling. Ho anticipated little ream
ing would bo needed, ho said, and ox
peeled to finish tho casing Job lit a
NOKTIIKKN e.UJKOUNIA Oil.
COMPANY OrTKHH STOCK
Tho stock for tho Northorn Call
f.,r.iin nil comnanv Is now on sale
and may bo socured from Capt. J.
V. Slomons of tho First atato anu
SavlngB bank. O. D. Durko. of the
Klamath Stato bank, of tho secre
tary of the company, R. "H. Dunbar.
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ijTnru ii -. - - -
. ...i.t. v nonnla Mr nnd Mrs.
nmo " iwi iv4 i'.w..., .-.. -- - t
Paul DreltenaUln. Mr. BreltenBtoln
has boon very ill hut ts recovering
O. D. Ilurko, C. II. Crlalur, Kd.
Martin, J. A. Cordon; and probably
I'rosldont Hall, of tho first Na-
tlonal, states that aftor numerous
conferences It was decided that
through a largo and representative
organisation, such as would result
from this consolidation, tho officers,
directors and stockholders of the
rcM' ctlvo Institutions came to tho
,'o.irluslon that a greater service
r Id bo rendered tho community
by uniting than by working sep
arately. Kor thn present tbn Klamath Stato
bank ha boon movod to tho of
fice of tho First National bank,
hut only to glvo opportunity to ro-
j model and put In condition the of
fice of tho Klamath Stato hank to
' receive tbo combined business of
the two Institutions. In 30. or not
to exceed CO days, tho offices of tho
.old Klamath Stato bank will re
ceive tho combined Institution un
der tho namo of thn Klrsl National
Mr. Hall also states that within
the year the construction of a
'building will bo begun .adequate to
earn for tho Immenso buslncus
which tbo Klrsl National now ha,
jam! which will grow by leaps and
bounds when tho full prosperity re
turns to tho community. It la now
otldent that this tlmo will not bo
This consolidation brings tho
.deposits of tho First National back
jto whoro they worn during the
'height of tbn community s prosper
I tty. With tho personnel of the of
ficers which Includes that of both
'banking Institutions ,tho First Na
tional will bo ablo to hotter caro
for Its many patrons with their
, varied Interests.
IN FOR C. OF 0.
Two hundred and forty-throo
votes wero cast in tho nomination
of Chamber of Commerco direc
tors which closed Saturday night.
Tho chamber has a membership of
more than 600, so the vote repre
sented somewhat nioro than one-
third of tho members entitled to
Tho voto was taken by mall. A
list of tho nominees will now bo
mailed out again to tho membership
and from tho 24 n selection of 12
will bo mado for directors. Tho
election closos Friday, May 13.
Tho 24 nominated are:
F. A. Maker, O. I). Ilurko, A. M.
Colllor, W .A. Dolioll, E. 11. Hall.
Clins. Hall, Marshall Hooper. Frod
Houston, W. T. Leo. II. N. Moo,
Allco McCourt, J. W. Siemens. J. C.
Thompson, C. F. Trimble, Oeo. UI
rich. A. J. Voye, M. S. West. W.
A. Wlcst. M. P. Evans, Fred Floet.
J. A. Gordon, It. C. Oroesbock, Jas.
Stephens and V O. Smith.
To Kirk Daily
Regular train service, with a pas
senger and frolght train each way
dally, Is now established between
Klamath Fala and Kirk. Herotorforo
tho lino north of horo has been serv
od by a mixed freight and passonger
The passenger train loaves for tho
north' each morning at S o'clock, tho
frolght train at 8.10. Tho incoming
pa6onrer train la scheduled to an
rive at 12:80 p. m. The freight's ar
rival depends upon tho amount of
business to be hnudlod.
Japanese Prince Is
By English Crowds
LONDON, May 9. The capital of
tho llrlllsh 1-mplro today accorded to
1'rlnce Hlrochlto, heir to tho Japa
nese throne, a tumultous wolcomo,
upon hi rrrlval hero for a three
weeks' visit. Tho full honors of state
wero accorded him.
Tho prince arrived by special train
from Portsmouth, accompanied by
tho prince of Wale. He wa greeted
by King George, the duke ogf Con
naught and tho duko of York. Then,
sailed at tho king's side, ho was
driven through streets lined with
cheering multitudes to Iliicklngham
DOIIHIS, Cal, May 9. Den J.
Martin, engineer at the Klamath
agency who was accldcntly shot
through tho left shoulder Krlday
evening whllo searching for a
inoonihlno still near Dray, was op
crated upon at the Dorris hospital
Saturday by Dr. A. A. Atkinson
and will reiorer. Tho bullet hav
ing severed tho main artery of tho
arm It Is thought possible that this
j may necessitate amputation.
I Dr. K. D. Johnson of Klamath
'Falls was called in consultation yes
terday morning but It Is not yet
known how serious tho wound may
bo In consequences.
Mr. Martin was delegated by In
dian Agent W. G. West to accom
pany him and Sheriff Lfoyd L. low
of Klamath county to Dray to
search tho mountainous vicinity at
tho head of Antelope Creek for a
moonshlno still which was thought
to exist there. It was while tra
versing difficult country Friday
night in the darkness that Mr. Mar
tin fell causing his 38 calibre re
volver to drop from l;s holster, and
striking on a stone, discharge
wounding him deeply in tho shoul
der. I Ho was brought to tho Dorris hos-
jpltal lato Friday night whllo Mr.
West and Shorift Low continued
tno soarcn locating tno distillers at
work in a lonoly cabin Saturday
Scouts and Jewels
The Hoy Scouts wero victorious
over tbo Hwnunaa by a score of 3 to
1, and tho JowoU defeated tbo Plum
bers by a 13 to 11 score In tho two
practice ball games played yesterday.
The Scouts showed romarkablo form
and certainly look like city leaguo
Tho city loaguo season starts next
Sunday, May 15.
I1IIAY COUPLE AKE PARENTS
Mr. and Mrs. Herman LusV, of
llray, aro tho parents of a ten
pound son, born this morning In
this city at tho hospital rooms of
Dr. A. A. Soulo In tho Emma block
MANY lNTEHESTEU IN
Eloctrlcal dealers and contractors,
and many users of electrical appli
ance, visited tho Wctitlnghouao ex
hibit at tho Whlto Pelican hotol
today. Tho show la In chargo of
II. C. Hopkins, C. n. Nelson and,
R. 8. Prussia. San Francisco rep
resentatives of tho WoatlnghouBO
company, Tho exhibit will bo open
until 6 o'clock this evening and all
Interested persons are welcome.
ELKS DAXOE WEDNESDAY
Tho now entortainment committee
of tho Elks led go Is arranging for an
Informal danco for membora Wednes
HKItLI.V, May 9. Gonulne
alarm seems to bo foil In entente
circles horn that tho Polish Insur
gent seizure of upper Silesia may
result In . a Gorman-Polish war.
with tho possibility of all central
Europe being Involved In another
Civil war Is spreading throughout
upper Silesia. Tho Germans have
crganlzod temporarily to ropulsa the
PAIHS, May 9. Tho altlw coun
cil of ambassadors, -with Ambassa
dor Wallace present representing
tho United State, decided today In
an effort to quiet tho unrest In up
per Silesia to ask the Interallied
commission there to Inform the
population of tho exact stato of af
fairs, explaining that no decision
had been taken as to tho division
cf tbo territory. Tho council also
decided to urge Poland to control
thn Poles in connection with exist
Plans are perfected for tho moot
ing of tbo friends of Irish lndopond
once, which is to bo hold In tho city
hall tomorrow evening. Delegations
from Malln, Donania. Dly and Fort
Klamath will bo on hand and It Is
expected the council chamber will be
filled to capacity by thoso who wont
to register by their presence their
sympathy for tho Irish republic.
The meeting will bo addressed by
Mayor W. S. Wilor. H. M. Manning.
Capt. J. H. Carnahan and Iter. J. "V.
Molloy, and Is to bo under tho auspi
ces of tho local branch of the Ameri
can Socloty for tbo Recognition of the'
Tho movement, which Is nation
wide, is a purely non-sectarian and
non-political ono and Is based upon
Ireland's right to self-govornmcnt by
all tho rules of nations and under the
self-determination doctrine, for
which America fought in the great
Auto Park Brigade
For Cleanup Asked
As thoro Is no telephono listed for
tho posltoftlco, volunteers for tho task
of cleaning and leveling tho woat side
park site, preparatory to Its uso aa
an auto camp ground, may call up
y. T. I.00 for Instructions. It. C.
Groesbcck, president of tho automo
bile association, announced today.
Tho cleanup dalos aro Thursday
and Friday. Teams and scrapors are
ueoded, also mon to assist with picks
and ahovels and to handle tho plows
Thoro is no fund avallablo ito hire
holp for the work and tho automobile
association Is dopondlng upon publlo
assistance. In ordor to plan tor the
distribution of labor It Is essential
that thoso In chargo should know
who Is going to holp not later than
tomorrow. Volunteers may leave
word with Mr. Morris at tho postof
flee, or telephone W T, Lee.
.MILES TRIAk TOSTPONED
Tho 'trial of Frank Miles for having
liquor In bis possession, wbodulod to
take placo this mornlnc In the Jus
tice court, was continued until to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock by