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KLAMATH KAI.LH, OUIXMiN, HATl'HDAY, MAV aH, 1U2I
pnicR five cram
HURT IN WRECK
Marshall Hooper In
jured in Bad Smesh
On Medford Road
A disaster caused by a row wan
dorlng In Urn path nr tlio fiiHl
Omuls Pnss-Mi'dford Intorurbiin
,go Hire" miles oust "' Medford
WfiilnitHtliiy cniinid tlm death or onn
passenger, ('olllster Oruy of Kort
Kliimnlh. slight injuries to eight
, other passengers iitnl Hi" wrecking
of ttin stngo, which wont crnshlng
Into n drop ravine, overturning mid
becoming n liinnn of wreckage
Among tho passengers from Kin
ninth Knll who wnru on tho singe,
Marshall Hooper, vice-president of
Tltei First Stntti mid Huvlngs Hunk
if thin city unstained severe bruises,
Thn nceldi'iil occurcd on u slrulght
(-tri'tih of rood. '
llnrrlHon Oruy nnd bin mother of
Kort Kliuimth worn notified of tho
accident. Mrs. Oruy leaving Thurs
dny by HtnKo. nnd llnrrliion flrny
yesterday iifli'rnonn, coming hum
on tho I fiO train, leaving IIiIm
morning for Aiihlnnd whom tho
funeral will bo hold.
Fans Will Sec
Whnl nhould bo nn oxcoptlonul
ly Reed gamo of baseball will bo
plnycd tomorrow uflornoon ut 2
o'clock when tho Pliimbobn mid the
Jowols will meet to docldo which
shall tnko first plnco nmoiiK thn
rlty teams, lloth teams have been
practicing diligently thin week nnd
no doubl thU wilt bo tho bum gamo
On Momorlnl Day tho Jew-iM will
moot tho Dorrls to urn nt Modoc
park. Tho gamo will Mart ut 2.00
Thn standing of tho cliilm In thn
City League ury:
llumttM 1 0
1 0 1000
Popular Ft. Klamath
Couple to Wed Here
A wedding of unusual Intercut,
In which two of thn beat known and
estoomed families of Klamath coun
ty will bo linked, taken placo to
morrow morning nl Ha c red Heart
church when Mian Marjorlo, daught
or of Mr. nnd Mm. J C Kdsal of
Illy, becomes tho brldo of a prom
inent rnnchor of tho Ft Klamath dls
trlct, J. Kmmotl Hlsemoro. son of
Mr. nnd Mm. I.. C. Slsomorc. '
Thn cciromnny will bo porformod
by Hov. J. V Molloy In tho foro
noon. ,Tho younK couplo will maUo
their rosldonco upon tho ranch of
tho groom undo, Jamcn Polton,
near Kt. Klamath with whom ho la
nssnclntod In business, lloth of thn
contracting parties nrn woll-known
over this county and havo muny
frJondH In thin city.
Japan Sends No
Answer About Yap
TOKIO, May 28. Japnn linn not
pent n formnl answer to Bocrotnry
Hughes' uoto on tho mandatn ques
tion hut "will oxchango n momorun
ilum In an offort to find n way to
reach n Holtlomont of tho Yap
riuoatlon between Japnn nnd tho
United Btntos, An opinion la ox
prcaaod thut Japnn will offor some
form of Intornntlonullntlon of tho
MAMM, May 28 (Spoclnl) On
May 27 Maurltz Jalo. a Junior stu
dent In tho Mulln high school, huc
ceodod In solving n puzzlo whon
ho trl-soclod nn aro goomotrlcnlly.
.of American flags. "Tho Blar Bpiin
Persons bnvo boon known to mnko
thousands of offorta to accomplish
this romnrkablo font. Mr. Jalo Is
not In n position to mako known
to tho public his method, but Is
willlmr to snow uow ii is uonu w
all wUhlng such Information.
Cooler Weather May
Halt Columbia Flood
PORTLAND. May 28. Tho of
foct of coolor woathor in tho water
shed nron Ib soon In tho forocnBt to
day thnt tho river would bo sta
tionary Tuesday following tho pro
dieted stago of 23.5 Monday. Tho
Wlllnmottq wns 22 0 todny n rlso of
.4. Tho Bnako Is ngnln falling with
n drop of halt a foot roportod
Wonatchno, Umntllln nnd Tho Dalles
oneh reported n rlso of I! foot of
tho Columbia. Thoro Is llttlo chnngo
In tho situation lioro.
Mrs. Htella Mang mid Mrs. Jon
n lo Drmilllnril hnvii Bono to Bun
Diego, Calif mid other boach cities
whnrn they wilt visit for a weok,
lloforo returning thoy will visit nil
iitlvnu nnd friends In Dig Pine and
United Htntes Murshnll Willis
mill Hherlff Woodcock, of Lakovlow,
loft this murnlng for Portland with
throo prlsonerH. Olio "was from I.ako
county nnd tho other two worn
cirmit Annum, ciuirgeii with
larconcy on tho Warm Bprlngs res
iirvullnn and C .13. Huymnnd who
was iirrusted for stealing nn nil to
mobllo In Portland nnd who was un-
.nblo to 'rnlso bonds. '
Mrs c (Jswnid nmi rnmliy urn
down from Chlloquln for n fowi
Mrs. M O Moon and grand
daughter, Anils !mch, will Icnvn
In tho morning for Drain, Oregon
for a short vlnlt.
A. K. Pnlm, former salesman at'
tho Virgil Kurnlturo ntoro Is lioro
for a -weeks visit from Portland
whiiro ho Is connocteil with K. H.
Iliirniou nnd company, dealers In
turnltura. i I
Homer Itobcrts Is In from his
much nt Pou Vnlley buying sup
plies and attending to other busl-.
liens maltora, I
llnrlaoii Oruy, brother of Collls ,
tor Oruy who wns killed In nn au
tomobile accident near Ornnts Puns,
Wflduosday, left for Ashland this
morning to attend thn funcrul ser
Thn spring woathcr and thn fact
thnt Monday will bo a holiday aro
Incentatlves for many weok end
trips to vnrlous parts parts of tho
county. Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Carter
and Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Wngnor
aro mntqrlng to Cherry Creek to he
gono ovor tho week enil nnd Mr
nnd Mr nnd Mrs. J H. Kndors and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo Kdnarris will
drive to Itocky Point. 1
Mrs, A. It. Ten, llrooko was n,
pnsaonger for Mnrahfleld this morn
ing "where sho hns been called by
tho death of her brother Alex Hall.!
Wealey Walton who has been III '
In tho hospital for tho last week
Is laiprovlng rapidly.
Mlas Mario lUmbo who Is attend
ing school nt llerkuley, Is expected I
Home tomorrow nvming.
Mrs," Ilex McMillan' will arrive
from .Weed this evening toi sriond;
thn cok end with Dorthoa and
Vera Martin. '
Jon WnUon Is expected from thai
oast tonight to bo with his brother
who Is III tho hosptltal hero. '
Charlos Btovonson who has boon
spondlng a it day furlough with
his two brothers at Merrill return
ed to tho navy yards at Philadelphia
n i. nn.nn .. ...,.,,.,1 Klumnth Kails citizens will turn
for Warden this morning horo ho'lV masse Monday to pay tribute
will spend tho weok end. n"d r.'"Vt fitting to tbo heroes of
... .. . ,, i .. . tho war who so gladly, so will ngly.
Miss Margaret Tallman left for Kavo thl.,r a fortho ,,, of tno tT
Blason this morning to spenO n nnJ to perpumato tho Idoals nnd alms
n0n.1, Ti8',VnB wUh hr KranUfu,h,,r of tho hardy band of pioneers who
Mlas Ksthor Tellefson was a pas
songor for Worden this morning.
dtaj rf on tho breast of franca
Ani all around" tho world
ty Wor'J ff'rn or aplndld crunca
JULY 4TH PUNS
' BEING MAOB
mmkRiyy Yti2rr. w is
rai ai'7 wi,.iy
Our bannora jar vnfijrlod
OO whaUxn- hiara or oerAttAd
Th!r boJl chanca io
We pay AjII honor onto tho
Who did not. fW tod)-
ecausa hey darai , beos lhy died, -
. . m
we and our nation jiv, j,- mi:TlSTn5C'
Our llborl. cxr hop, Our prid J jjfC'X
"Wera MtU tht iby could f(.U "-rjL
1 1 - . n sat,-
. lnd Sirica tor oil tbaa rfljl tlfb
.J! WK Ufa Oi.y hld Ufa
And blllhaly mado Cho ffacrlfi
.And laid ihom down to
O, daad of mny war
With i-pirlt hx)i and
Tba noblo structwra that
S'hall vtnnor endw:
"Vbu hold your country'
All olca ; wo, unafraid
Will kcop your counlrj
Tho price you Oadly
il I I HM I I . 1 It
'irSd.W i frl
p.rvr3: I' W
ov rouhH 0&Z 3 1 SZ i
causm above &&2a f&HI: &?
Worthy ot JatT .
paid. tt0&z!yl tola?
Illicit ing Committee
Sui ort 'Generally.
D. V. rilfffb maylhavo atagod the
famouifJi hui ot, a Nation,"
but the dA nnlttetl group of heart
and aonl K V athAlla boosters who
assembled k 'i. nlL-tMu tho Chamber
l6f Commorcv i M ormJno upon tke
question of a . ,urti &f July celebra
tion here taa. bunch pat over th
"Birth of KUtck.h mils," the InMlal
movement for the expanding and en
larging of every Interest In the city
even with odds against them, they
won, and KUmqft Kails will have a
celebration en' the national Natal
It was not talk, that tho business
men met for, and little time waa
wasted; alt wanted action, and gar
It. The meeting was called to order
by Kred. Houston, who was cboeea
temporary chairman, and suggestion!
That call by the chairman set tho
meeting going and tho flow of Ideas,
and suggestions came fast, so fast
that within a few minutes a subscrip
tion list was passed around and a
"nest egg" laid for a far roaching
temporary proposition, which will be
mado permanent with careful con
sideration and planning.
Permanent organization began
with tho selection of Kred. Houston
aa permanent chairman. The appoint
ment of committees followed and tho
members of the various committees
DECORATION DAY TO BE
IN KLAMATH FALLS
choto this nation as a place for their
To tbo memory of the men who
mado tbo sacrifice, every Klamath
Kails person will offer hU "bit" to
koop nacred tho Ideals that sacrifice
called for, Monday, May 30.
Mrs. O W. Sly left for Calor
this morning after spending n few.
days visiting with her daughter Mrs.!
W. D. Mlllor. I
O. II. llutts of Illy was a pas
senger for Montngun this morning. I
Mrs. Nelllo Howard left for
Wood this morning for n visit "with
her son Clny Howard.
Al, D. Short, mnnnger of tho
White Pelican hotel, left for 8nn
Krnnclaco this morning. '
J. K. nnd J. II. Blaomoro uro
down from Kort Klamnth.
J. Ii. flnrvoy, ropresentntlvo of
tho Mollno Plow company, Is up'
from Btockton on business for his1
company for n fow days.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O, Gnldthwnlto
returned last night from Bnn Kran
clsco whom they havo been for tho
V. D. Kennedy, of Sacrnmonto,
nil J T. French, of Bin Fran
cisco, both with tho Standard Oil
company aro hero on business for
n fow days. '
Agnes M. Pltchford nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. II. Tnylor nro registered
nt n lncnl hotel from Knpnburg.
Arrh Dencon Vnn Waters of tho
Kplsrnpnl dlocesos of eistcrn Ore
gon will bo hero to hold servlco on
Juno fi. Announcement of tho nor
vires will bo .mndn Inter.
Mrs, Orvllln Klllott cumn down
from Fort Klamath yesterday to
nttond tho recital and upend tho
weok oml with hor ilnnghtor who
nro pupils nt tho Sncrod Henrt
All mombors of thn I.adlos Aux
iliary of tho Amoricnn Mglon nro
rnnuested to moot In front of tho
enurthousn at 9:00 o'clock on Mon
dny morning to march to tho como-
James Kerns, local doaler fortho
Mollno Plow company nnnouncos
tbo arrival of tho first rnrload of
machinery which (wlll bo stored In
tho building formorly occuplod by
tho bottling works.
Accordiug to official nnnounco
mont, tho Bhaw-nortram mill loca
ted on Lnko Kwntinn will start op
erations Juno 10.
Harry Drown, n nogro accused of i
stoniing ?-t from
aton lioiiBo was
yostordny, In circuit
1 Orand Marshal and atoif, Capt
O. C. Applegate.
3. School brlgado under county
and city superintendents, principal of
high school nnd teachers.
4. Hoy Scouts.
C. Indies' Auxiliary, lied Cross
nnd Army Nurses,
C. American Legion nnd Spanish
7. Udlcs' Relief Corps.
8. a, A. II. nnd Indian War Vet
erans. 9. Cltlicns.
At tho bridge, tho column will bait
whon tho Hollef Corps reaches that
point and perform tho naval ritual
istic ceremonies to departed heroes of
tho United States navy. At tho ceme
tery gate, the column will hnlt, open
rnnks, rovorso from school brigade
to 0. A. H.
Tho coromonlcn nt tho ccmotery
1. Dirge, by band.
2. One vorso "America," nudl
enco. 3. IMtuallstlc services by tho Uo
llof Corps nnd roll call by votornns of
4. Song, male quartette.
Address, Mayor W. 8. Wiley.
Song, male quartette
Addross, Hov. J. V. Malloy.
Ouo vorso, "Star Spangled
9, Decoration of all graves.
10. Taps, by bugllor.
At tho conclusion of tho program,
column will reform in original or
der and rot urn to placo ot formation,
nnd disband ns band plays a final
numbor. Tho American Loglon wishes
It known that this affair Is not a Lo
glon nffalr it is ovory Klamath
Falls porson's Decoration Day.
PLAN NEUTKAIj ZONK
JONKfl WIN8 I'ltOM COUSIN
8T. LOUIS, May
PARIS. May 28. Tho nlllod
fonmi LD' rnliu" couno11 ot rabassador8 vlrtunlly np- Jonofli tho Amorlcim
.It court. I Proved tho plan to establish n nou- dofofttod M, ConB,ni ot
trnl zone uotwoon tuo uorman uu tnQ t(r8j
Polish forces In Uppor snosia
Finance Lesllo Itogers,
Oarlch, Olyoan Wlmbcrly.
Concessions K, Price. Bordman,
"Blackle" McDonald, Harry Poele:
Entertainment To be appointed
Soliciting (North ot Main street)
Joo Posplsll, Ed. Weston, Louis Ho
agland, Barney Chambers, J. T. Pr
krns. (South of. Main street) Jaea;
f-urbor , OacHNlMipil. Jtota Nicaer-
son, Jiarry roie, m. wwiouigo
Mills and Banks L. O. VanBel
lan, O. M. Hector, Ed Vnnnlce and
The definite program settled npoa
was for a two days celebration, be-
rlnnlnr July 4. and lasting all dy
For the Second Time in jgr J-Z
Six Month., WettSlLna:d.r2&
in Olien ' tolnment, whether it shall be carnV-,
r ival, rodeo, old fashioned Fourth, et
I cetera. So many preliminary Ideas
were given In regard to the class of
I entertainment that money win ae-
CAMBniDQE. Mass., May 28. termlne the kind for this Fourth.
Tho wost came Into Its own today The boosters of this celebration
for (be first time In tho athletic 'havo announced that on Tuesday
history or the country, defeating evening at 745 oclMk. a publlo
tho picked toama.f all tho eastern meetrnr will bo held, at which all the
colloges. citizens of Klamath Falls nro Invited
Tho University of California cap- to attend, to take part In. to belp by
turea the cup In thla meet which . suggestions or Ideas, and back tne
was marked by the closest compo- proposition with but one tnougBt
titlon In years among the contest-1 "for tho greatest and beat entertain
anta. tho western college winning mont ever staged In Klamath Yam
by the narrow margin of half a, and every business man who is
point. ' a Hvo wire, or a dead one, is expected
California's total was 27 with' to be present, either In porson or by
Harvard, second scoring 27 even a representative. ....
points over tho victory, this mark-1 As ono man who Just sat in on
lng tho second great atblotlc vie-, the proceedings said, "Either get into
tnrv within airht rnnnihi ohin fnil. thn bandwacon and be rated a live
Inc beforo tho University of Call-'wire, or call for tho Warren Con-
fornla nt Pasadena,
last Christmas day.
Confer With Hoover
Herald Washington Bureau
WtASinNOTON, May 27 Finnl
dotalls of the conference ot Secretary
Hoover with tho lumber intorosts aro
now cleaned up. It was agreed thut
nil ot tho great lumber organizations
should horeattor represent both mom
'bors nnd non-membors In the collec
tion of data on accumulations of
stock, market conditions nnd other
factors boarlng on tho price nnd dis
tribution of lumber material.
It was also agreed that tho contri
buting associations should closo their
books, so far as tho dnta is con
corned, not later than tho 27th c'
oach month, and rush tho Informa
tion gathered to tho department ot
commerce, where tho bureau ot cen
sus would collect, analyzo and print.
It In tho form ot a bulletin, not Inter
than tbo 15th of tho month follow
Socretary Hoover was also advised
thnt production In tho Northwest
would bo moro than 65 per cent of
tho production ot 1920.
Secretary Hoover Is sending n lot
tor to all ot tho lnrger associations
authorizing them to act as ropresen
tntlvo of tha dopartmont tor tho. col-
uiuiuiiN, way as. ronignt niui hoc "".""'VI. ". "'TV" -.," ah which etartod today.
wnrmor or iniormniion uuiuru lunmt, uv- ------ -- - - - -
Sunday probably showora,
tonight In tho oastorn portion.
nlermtn match of the loctlon and transmission of thw data,
Thoy ,,,i, ..,. i.nniii riinmniiMi.' from non-mombors ns woll as litem-
to Obtain furth- ...!.,.. ..j ,.i- i,i... Imro nml nalrlntr irnnnral ea.nnnrntllon
tumult,) - -. .- . . -, -.--.
throo straight sots.
for tho plan adopted.
structlon company road scraper and
havo them yank off 47 yards ot moss,
then climb aboard or hang a bunch
of crepe over your hat ana nnnounco
to all tho world that you aro In the
land ot tho 'shades and aro a dead
Tho promotors of this Fourth of
July colobration want everyone on
hand Tuesday evening nt 7:45 o'
clock at the Chamber of Commerce to
got Into tho game.
ItKOTAL JUNK. 1
Sister Angolica will present her nd
vnncod pupils, Elizabeth Itamsby.
Klorence Elliott and Opal Cardwoll
In recital nt the Sacred Heart Acade
my Wednesday ovonlng Juno 1 Tho
young ladies will bo assisted by Wnl
tor Hannon, 1st violin; Anita Law
ronco. 2nd violin; David Totten, 3rd
violin, and ltamona Ball, plnno. A
glanco ovor tho program arrangod
and tho musical roputntlon theso
voung artists havo established for
themsolvos ,ln this cltv, Is sufficient
assurance to those who will attend
of n musical treat for Wednesday
BEND, May 28. An abandoned
2-weeks-old baby was found on the
norch of- Mrs. P. J. Shannon, with a
noto saying tho child's name was
Eileen and that It was born on Moth
ers' day. It was well-known that
Mrs. Shannon Desired a baby to
ralso. She will make no offort to
'ocato tho parents
NO I'APKIt MONDAY
Tho lierald will not bo Issued
Monday, May 30 Decoration