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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1921)
A Class Ad Will
WILL VOTE W
Member of the Associated Press.
KLAMATH VM,IM, OKKfJON, FRIDAY, JIAV lit, lll
PRICK FIVE CENTS
Fifty Killed In
Big Radical Riot
In Mexican City
"THE EYE OF THE ALLIES
I JUNE 111
I Hi' !(
MEXICO ('I'M Mil) II
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wouii.lnd t ,,1,(1,, , m.,,,.11, ,1,,,
iiipllul of Mlrlimuii. win,. Hid h- '
In ii lilm l.y Hi., una rl,., ,.,p '
Irnni raillntU ihurgiil upon u lurgo '
group f ('niliollrii I
1 up I alliollm
VETERAN OF 'B1
i in minimum
ii hi ii Miy 13
mMiii- lure" ill lllfilll propon-d -wrr,. ii.iiM,lriil Ii,,; aKiiin( ,
jm, li.l Hi inn siaiu riuniiiiiiiin. mfc-mi ill-Horn' Ion of . i.ur.ii-
lll f I"''"'" Hi" viMum of Onignn , Hiit.'lay liy raillf tiin
(or """ r ii'"ivnl or illnfipprovnl at n
iprf i .Inttluii Tiirsilay. Jilfin 7 All
tXV n frfM'il t Hi" people Ii) I hi'
1)11 x atif"
Xlr n.iuaiirr nrn
ConilHuMniinl nuiPlidliiniil creating
Win t War vnlnrnll'n uaam lation ,
tiiiui tiiiiunal niin'iiiliittinl length
rtllil iln duration of tlm lntii IpkIif ' A Ituilu-rfont maldi-nt of Kin
litarr and ilirriiaalnK Ihn iy of math I'hIU for tint nai ti-n yi-.ir
BiBitxT" and a 11 A II viitnran died mrly
( .t'l'iiii.innl au.Piidmimt nnab Ihla liintnliiK at lil linmii on ji, ,
lltf "- r-nfirnor in veto Ihn ntitprg Ki'it'i road lln hail Iippii III iqcu
Thn lit rrilrnt Han burn In Wis
ruli.ln In I Ml n moved o Kan
a and dark to Wisconsin, whnr
ol (hi. oulbn-ak of tl. Civil nr h" ,
nllitnil in tin. I'nio.t nrm. serving
thrn montlik Following an tmn ,
..f all proper!) In tin. stall- rabltt dltrharKn hn wus m'loi d-i to.
Hi-)' t Im loaned in IM a gotprnmenl inam acromi tin.'
rCJ '' on Ipglalatltn tunasurna
;j.. t vmlifyinr; women to ii
T.. ( , -r uf Mm World War el
stint "'- ul'l fund aminidiueut i
U im " 'H.txta III III" utaln not to "
pril ''ii M-r runt of Hi" UMntand
t i,..t mom llinn II oon n Plains In I UTS hn m-tlli-d In Col
a I. nnt of l.'. for naiti ro'11 "") " I'-103 romp to Orpgnn
.riti.p hut lllit to i-MppiI "" """'I I" Klamath roulit) Hi
iirrgmi i-i aprvlcn iin-n 1911
i. iturf IniijclhenltiK ilurallon "" ' aurvlvnl l.y a iil.r I
irttiUtiirn nllittllilllic KM'llun .
Ir of Hip riiii.tlliillon It Savs Alttn C.nmn
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Resort to Arms to
Settle Dispute In '
Coa Strike Zone
Wn.I.f AMBON, Mny 13 Moun I
tain wnrfnrc, which raEcd redtiTilny i
fnnd throughout Innt nlnht over a
bhvpji mllo front In tho Wi-stern Vlr
Klnln nml Kentucky coal Htrlkn ilU
trlct, wnii rnaumi-d wUh vlcor tndnv
j Hoary flrlnc In reported In tho
nr-lKhborhood of MrCarr, Kontucky,
CHIEF OF STIFF
WASHINOTO.V, May 13. Tho no-
I whlrli l tlm nnetnrn n.i rt ikn in... lection of Qencral John J Pn mil In ir
hlo zone, and from MerTltnac, V:t n cn,e' ct tnff, wa announced to
I'ORTIANI). Ore, May 13 A
crop of 1C, 020, 000 buahplii of winter
wheat In Oregon In 1921 Is forecast-
j day hy Secretary of War Weeks.
I ucnoral rerahlnc will asxumo his du
; tlci July 1, succeeding Major Ccnorat
j General I'cmhlnK's assistant wilt
bo Major General James 0. Hnrboril,
' who will tako orcr all tho details
' heretofore handled by tho chief of
staff, tearing General Pershing freo
to direct tho organization and drill
ing of tho army, Including tho na
I tlonal guard and reserves,
j General Pershing. In his now po-
pd by P I.. Kent. Agricultural Star ll'on- "rl" rctnln lho dut,M recontly
tlstlclan of the U S. Hurcau of Croj) lKnc him as chief or the national
l"-iiMMih. i.i. ,.... i - I war staff.
iKlant U tho nickname or tins imuorrul siMrrhllght lf ono of
IlitiM whirli Urn Kri'itrh nrm1" of cKTUiMon iiimi to watch what goes on
at night in thp Centum district under their control You can hUuhI two
iiHp nwii) and wmly ri-od a nufpaper by Its rnra
mrrar itin IrtiKlh of Hip bpiIii
'ros ' '" to tlitr days. Inrreaam Hip
(4; of mmnlwrii from 13 in Ift a day .
both fur rrcuUr and pclal bpbbioii i
Hi ilrr. a llnUt on thn jwrlii.1 III' A"l" tourlalB) ran iim- Hip tet ,.!.-
vgltb bill may hn Intruducpil I'ar,c nr ramping Krouml tumor
Tbp olijprt of Ihn marrlaca I'laml n'- ,a'l W T lj this aftornoun
niton and l)rn bill U dpclarnl to Hoieral oamand a crnw of rolun
llot"j propaKallng of fppblp-mln ,rpr nrkpr"wlh rrolrrii (down
iti rw.m or thon otlmrwUp llkrl) ll"k and tu.r. did n lot of cpan
t ia(fr by inhnrllantP. It proitf '"K up ynatrrilay and today Wati-r
tkil bold main and fiMiialn npi'M hydrant would b intalli-.l thU iif
HSU for marrlaen llrrtU". hall nutr iTnoon It xa Pipprtpd and otlmr fa
altini-iamlnatlon by comtwtnit phy-j cltltlr arranged for.
tldini In anprtaln If limy nrn of- As soon a It Is definitely annoimc-
fllcti'.l wUh rontagloua or rommitnl. " ht thn wnl tldn ramp ground In
uble aoraipii or wliPthnr tlin)- am f'l)'- thn old ramp In Hot HprliiK
tormsl mentally If both or plthrr "" " cloed
(ill Ir put thn piamlnatlon IIip inpa " -""
iuld prohibit their marrUKP Long-Bell Officials
vnt on or nom wprn MPruifpii
tviH Be Ready pimrrT punn Tn
To U,e Tomorrow j JflUf IU
Tbr unman Jurors bill l a rpU '
in of inn jury law providing Jhatj
omrn rp iiiallfled In alt ai Jurors
Bank Force Holds
Dminrii rt'tuiprtpd with thn ad-
oleUttiilon of the Institution was
! tk loplr of dlMusilon at the ban-
j 1t and mpntlni: of offlcnnt. phi
Hoyfi and directors of the First
N'tUoaal bank at thn Whlto 1'pII
fn hotel last PVi-nltiK Charles
"II. prriiilent of tlm Itistllutlun.
M the hint
The Hireling probably establishes
I PrM..it ns It Is customary with
" lull to call monthly ronfnr
,afr nf hi coworkers nt which
PfoMcmn an. Hireshed out and ln
''lflnt uipthods discarded, wlilln
'iltlrno riunns In fur nn.lyn
"1 till lllpn l.liililitv.iii .....I Hi.v.iri.l
I 'iftllors Wprn lirninnl Ual nll.l
jw lh meeting vm rery helpful
"I Inilructlve, It wus roportod.
J I) Trnnant. Katinan Clt). si.rrp
lary nf Ihn l.ong-llpll Lumber com
p.iny. J P King of Portland, chief
cruiser, and W K Ityiler of Menu
' mont. Tetas. chlrf tlmlx-rmiin of the I opened the .twevt Shop nt Ninth mid
company, arrhed In K lam.it Ii Kalln ' Main street about it Mr ugo und
j last night from Weed ' hate demonstrated their alillWy us
t Tbey urn tratellng by automohllel luccessful business in on.
Through a deal closed oclny the
store room formerly occupied by tho
llrandburg store, between Fourth and
Fifth, has been leased to Price &
Hilton, who Intend to establish n
branch of the Sweet Shop there
about June 1.
Associated with King Price and
Ocorgo Hilton In the new- conteotlon
er will be Mrs Kdlth Ilenins. who
will him. iharge of the branch store
All three bate had long expert-
J ence In the confectionery business.
Price L Hilton, following years of
experience lu the wholesale trade.
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wl In sell t in, emits and an-
Klpatf-ll no ellllllir.. I.. ...lull i.rll-n
""I'M them was fuilthor ndvanro
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I"1' per (tise. wholesale, and ii fur
"' drop Is expected.
C C Balloting
on n tour of Inspection of tho Ixing
IIpII western holdings and today were
Itispnrllng timber In the Inriil territory
srut'T Titnri' wn.i.
II.Wi: OlTIMl TtlMdllltoW
Thn lln) Scout troop of Itlwrslde
school will enjoy nn outing tomor
row on lluck Island The tnxip will
be In charge of Scoutmaster It I!
Wright mid II i: Wood, ussist.int
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Bad Day For the
Believers In Omens
The superstitious shuddered this
morning when they looked nt the
calendar and hate carefully ntnld
od ladders, looking glasses and
black cnls throughout tho day.
For tho rnro conjunction of day
ami dnto. hold by tho mystically
Inclined to bo most unlucky, oc
curred today when Friday foil on
the 13th day of tlm month
lllV.i: STAIN'S 1 A1TO
PAUK ON .MAIN STHIIirr
In the Intertill while they were In
tho postofflco getting their mull lust
Mlk-lit nbout 1 1 o'clock, the auloiiiu
i Idle of Mr and Mr II. II. Hunger
look fire at Hid curb In from of Hie
building from short cliculted wires
Mr mid Mrs Hunger relumed In
time tu s.ite tlm iniieliliiu by jioiirlnB
water on the blnzo before It had Batu
mi much litudway Considerable dam
pfo wan done before Hie file was '-.
M iikiii I l 1
ii I in t' i '! nit
I- i, in. i ii i M '
,1 I nt
Mrs Iteams was for a long time
with tho Shustn conlectloucry. which
recent!) closed hero It was owned by
her brother. Date U-nnox.
tlemodellng of the store will start
early next week It Is planned to
conduct a general confectionery bus
iness and lunch room, sorting hot
and cold drinks und light lunches.
The name of the new shop will be
Thu Italnbow A kitchenette will be
i.iiiiiiiiilni'il for the preparation of
luuches. but the candy and Ice cream
will conio from the Set Shop,
which manufactures ull of Us own
Thu same sort Ice und quality of
product wilt " bo featured In tho
brunch store that has made the
Sweiv. Shop so popular and thu pru
prlolorn oxih'CI the branch storo tc
repeat the uptown success.
NIGHTS TO BE
Price of Gasoline
Reduced Two Cents
PORTLAND. May 13 A two
cent pur gullon reduction on gaso
line wns announced licro today fol
lowing n similar cut In San Fran
cisco. This makes gasollno hero
28 cents, Including the two cents
per gallon sluto tax.
The 3" cents. Muniij,' i ll.iltwi-ll
explained, Inciudoi tho two cent -i.-tc
Tlio ft eight i ate on ea.-ollnu from
thn Itliiimunil. Cat , iihini to Main,
nth Fullii Is 10 Vi cenii it gil'eil in
tank cur lots The price ,u IS h u 'nd
u a i V com " eoii""
Thursday Friday and Saturday
nights of noxt week aro annual Wes
tern Nights at tho Elks templo and
according to tho Klks who are mak
ing arrangements for the big occas
ion, tho affair this year promises to
exceed last year In point of prizes and
And last year's show hit the high
water mark of success
C. IL I'nderwood Is In charge of
lho arrangements and has all the
members hnrd at work nlong varloui
special lines that will contribute to
tho general success.
Iocat business men havo boon
most generous In tho matter of prize
donations, especially In their consid
eration for ladles and a variety of ar
ticles that -will appeal to the feint
nlno tnste aro In tho hands of the
committee From nil parts of tho
country hnto come donations of farm
produce, sheep and other Mock anil
the ccnuulttco Is certain that prizes
this year will be more varied and In
greater quantity than ever before.
Districts aro vicing with each other
for stirotuncy In nttendnnco and tn
support of the occasion and there
will bo crowd from Fort Klamath.
Clilloquln, Illy, llnnanza. Merrill,
l.akevlew and us far away as Altu
A reve piece orchestra hn been
arranged for to furnish music for tho
dancing on the threo nights.
All of tho proceeds of tho affair go
to tho Klks charity fund nml are dis
tributed throughout tho coming )ear
to(allotinto cases of local need.
Kstlmntcs. This forecast Is based on
nn estimated area remaining for har-
vest of 712.000 acres and a May 1
' i-ondltion of 99 per cent Tho wtntur
1 damage tn tho crop was less than ono
I per cent nnd spring motsturo condi
tions have been tcry satisfactory
I orcr tho greater part of tho wheat
producing area of tho state. Tho
1920 Oregon winter wheat crop was
finally estimated at 17.SCO.000 bu-
shets produced on 791,000 acres
For the Cnltcd States as a whole
, tho abandonment of wheat acrcago
, (Continued to r-ago 4)
Wool Sale By War
Despite West's Plea
Herald Washington llurrnu
WASHINGTON.' May 13. Deft
pita the protests of the wool grow-
.crs of Oregon and other wool cen
ters of tho United States tho secre
tary of war has approved the plan
of tho department for auction of
wool norw owned by the war de
partment. Ho Justifies his action
by saying that the price of wool
has gone up and that tho war de
partment should take advantage of
this opportunity to get rid of Its
It Is oxpected that Senators Stan
field, of Oregon; Gooding, of Idaho,
and other western senators will
mako another effort to prevent the
soiling of this wool at this time
nnd further depress the market.
Distillers Are Up
Build Own Prison
Warren Illako, owner of a ranch,
near Dairy, and his brother, Glenn
Illake, aro under examination botoro
Ilert C. Thomas, V S. commis
sioner, this afternoon on a charge
of operating a still on the ranch.
Thoy were arrested recently by
Port Summers of the Indian pollio
and M. L. Harnett. H. M. Man
ning Is defending the Dlake broth
ers and Walter G. West, reservation
superintendent. Is conducing tho
If the Dlake case Is concluded
In time Mrs. C. A. Elliott and Wal
ter Hyland will be examined on tb
Chargo of having-liquor in their
possession, crowing out of the ar
rest of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott, Hy
land and A. C. Merkte last week.
The two defendants slated for ex
amination today were arrested
while bringing liquor hero from the
California still, officers allege. El
liott and Mcrkle were arrested at
Arthur Worth was arrested Iato
yesterday by Port Summers on hla
ranch near Dairy and Is alleged to
have been operating a still there.
He wilt have a hoartng during the,
present series. It Is probable.
Car Is Wrecked
An overturned car on the bank
of tho canal at tho Esplanado ar
enuo bridge this morning. Indicated
accident during tho night, but tho
LONG DEACH. Calif., May 13
Prisoners at tho Long Deach Jail
In ilnnepr of lnslnir thn roof over i
their heads and becomlne homa-,P0,lco today had no Information
less, recently cost all scruples aside , rcKartl t0 Nelther hospital ro
und, taking off their coats and roll- celT0' any PtlenU this morning as
tng up their sleeves, built them- tho rMU,t of on nU(t0 ""Id1 they
solves a new, It temporary, homo. rePrtcd.
Tho quarters In which they had Tho ear "WM a blK- lx "
boon confined were being wrecked (macn,aB- APP"nuy mo unver iosl
'.nnl.Al .l.aAAHillnM ll t. 1 1 1 M . B
control descending tho
to muko -way for a larger Jul! build
tng, on tho same site.
Pollen hclned the bulldlnir nor
isonnel, In total composed of con- i, i. UetlClt Must
ttcteu Doctioggera and burglary,
patrolmen and paid carronters.
Hold Races May 29
PORTLAND. Oro. May 13 Hol
ders of motorcyclo records all tho
way from ono to fifty miles will be
on hand nnd tal.o part In .tlio races
to bo held under tho auspices of tho
Daddies Club at Rose City Speedway
Ma) 29 and 30 Sanction fer the ra
cos has been received from thu Mo
torcyclo and Allied Trades Associa
tion, making tlio otonU official
Rocnrdtt established will btaud as of
ficial. Paul Sclinuiderm.tn. manager of the
r.icos, lias had word that tlio inotor
eyeio clubs of Medford. Eugene.
1'f forth n tndnv t!ii St .'i l.n-d OUffirnnta Pans. Albany. Salem, Orogon
iniiii'.iiiy .iinii'iin.i't. ii tw.i . ""''City, Vancouver Wash, and Seattle
,, , iii.ii In Hit ' i twtll be represented un I nr. paralioilH
, ,, ' . t i ' I I im- ! nil mililo foi tit- r .-iil.rUiiU
. k-- - mont
Body of Soldier
Is on Way West
Mrs Clara Davison this morning
received word that tho body of her
son. Van Allen Cornish, who was
killed In France, started .west yester
day from Jorsoy City nnd will arrlvo
In Medford oarly next week, prob
ably May 1C or 17.
Tho funeral services will bo hold
tho day following tho nrrltal of tho
body. Mrs. Davison will leave for
Medford tomorrow morning.
Tho barometric pressure, as
recorded by tho Cyclo-Storm-ugrnph
nt Underwood's Phar
macy, shews but llttlo chnngo
sliico tho roport of yostorduy.
Conditions fuvor a cuntlnuuuco
of pleasant weather.
Forecast for noxt 24 heurs:
Fulr weather, with light
Be Borne by Gov't.
WASHINGTON. May 13. Unless
soma way Is found to Incroaso tho
rovenuos and reduce the expenses,
tho railway deficit "will have to bo
met from tho national treasury,"
Chairman Cummins of tho senato
Intorstnto commerce commlttco de
clared at a hearing on tho ralrway
situation. The house passed and
sent to tho senate tho Tlncher bill
to regulato dealings In tho grain
lUUTISI! PllKMIKI) HAYS POLE
REVOLT IS TREATY DEFIANCE
LONDON, May 13. Premier
Lloyd George, In a dramatic apooch.
today told tho houso of commons
that the Polish Insurrection In Up-
per Sllosia wns In dofianco of tho
Sl. YEARS EACH
FOR ILLINOIS HOIIREHY"
' EAST ST. LOUIS, May 13. .Guy
j Kyle, Freo Methodist preacher, and
Loron Williamson were teutonced to
-"' nix years term In Icatenworth prison
WUViill.R REPORT on a chnrRo of robbing a mall pouch
OREGON Tonight nml Saturday, containing $189,'0Q0 ut Mount Ver
fair, ' nun, Illinois, January 14
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