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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1921)
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District Directors Peti
tion Government to
ti4 flrBi "Iber rclainllon pro
jtt r.lln( lo totlt ot oporatlim
n4 raeBllonlm Iho itlCflrultlea oi-
KXUUo" 'be purtxM of hUU l
I ofk out plan of ..;rool.
Ft 11 H-trfal projefla. hol on Ibo
M-trral p'ujeria. mini nn loo
t ,aparlly Of . land. In
pluirrl. alio Id endeavor lo
. IomT (MJpralon bolaron
U( ttf u.er. a..(lalliin and tbo
I' (I rr-Utnalloil oftltlala la an at
aH lo rrduro cw.la and harm' n
u coadilu.nt affectlnc lb pro)rl
Tl. luard approved Iba plan in
te.fll ItiaklbK enralloB Ih.l
Mir boaatlda aler U. abould be
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!,Bmey .o ou,., .,.. u, .u,o ...
T ptllln of Ibe water ur f
tU Klamath Irrigation dUlrlrt a.k-
nrati to imm.di.i.iy ioraro n-
.. ..... .. . a .a
ut, to lb. .ecrrlary of Inl-rlor.
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Mirfcur iiraobury naiei oino .p.
t,.k.e.i,.n i... i. n.ot th.i
la. Mltlon ,,e.t-.l Ib.t ne'
bi oB lb. project Ih, au.rr-nded
Tbl. I. not tbo ca.ii" h aald
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m. .-,, . mm n, .jri.wM w.
ir arn vnry ucoirom ui ,
ry dollar po.slble Into'
bul want to rrd.,- lhe'l
il, etolrl h
co.1 f .k now under w.v lo a
Mat tut Mill b- aa nearly aa po
lltla nn . n.r .lit, M, ..I,., nf
It dollar that lb- farmer must
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.h. .. ..rder to pay for Ibe rk
"O.ing . ,,- -str.ordln.ry II '
bUfUl anil tnarWci! rnnilltli.n
kh now ronfront lb- farmer
f lh. .ii.i.i,. w c.i .. .,.-. nf
......... nv ,.,,.
need of reirenru-
fr abovn thn pr-aenl prlr-s
"I'osaibly iher- aro but few Mho
'"Ur r.'ttlln tho rondltloii. that
le iiiadn 11 n...v fur Mu-.
Ti.rtinnrriIV I'orciro l '" " Ur "' Ctaing,. and ,i l "'" ,,m" "" u,, committees einction hold Tuesday, according to --' .""-...., . .....
I c nporariiy i orcKo rlLZV .'"" ,hu "",,n '"iob win t., caning up or tbo rotum. by tho " r, ,n(1tho "' hv ?,f Ju'
Collection Of TllX. ,- Htromb.ci, who ,'. V,.B .. """' '"", ",nf,,r wl,h Mana,,r M r"clal "nvasslng :lon board of cIobral,n tna' Klamath
- - ''. d... m ib. w.,,,1 ,!.".," """u,,1 '" ,,, K,",,lh of iul' w"" lb" eoanl'' eoB" ' O- " Do 11 ,V!tOMT
n. board 'f dlr-clora of ibo ,, , ' "' (.ration about u, many details that Up. W. B. Slough and Perry Do .Tbo ba,lot b"M ln tho n" anrt
KU.aib trrU-Uon dl.trUt m It, ,u,-..r and durtnr that L ha. ., '""" '' r"'nl on- l " '-P. U mornln,:. Tho return! vC'Ub "'" Tu0,", ,- " X
,K,.r -o-lhlr m.n Tu.y. r...,.,H . f2 . J ilri f b J P- '" . ! -w- .or. comp.etod jt beforo noon. -' JjJ f ' oT.
" ...... , rlrhl natlnim rnLhrnlliin which will Tin nodcr hnnui hill wn. rlvnn IWT. Jr., atld W . MMon, Of IHO Con-
HrtBl by " r ! " " " ""J '. rort fm)lt ,
.. . . land I: II lnnrm (1. I' ll...1.r i
mtmt " pym"- i , .. ....... ,,, ro,ittnK ,,tll for tn ,J(. BnJ 1Z2 followed closely by
Man I'lahflif.. 1 li ll'll-.i II. i
Th, (.ower Yullowaluns prot .,,... m-ii r au , for (hn ,fJ0 fewJi afl(J twojror ,ii hleh waa o
..Ikiiim a idart for lb. orianlia. , . ....... ... "' .,...'.. , :o '' '' " ndr way on tho by 167 vote In tho
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' " ""'" "' """ "" ' " " """' The m-nlnr Wile of ih.. field,... vole, wero cast and
Uc It I lh- .er.ury of interior Mo( Io(1.0( ,m, l0.gain.t 321. majority. 13D0. L! L 1 11 lIL I L P I II III
,i lb. charge, no- due lh- -j ,","a J ,rrv MribnlrA ,;, of tbo Mooseheart have an-l Kmergency clause veto, for 972. HhB I I h I F hlllll
t' 8 and r-oucat.ng that a coo, J r .chool. nounced that tho lodge will entertains! 617. majority 356. 1 1 1 LnU Ul LLUIUIl
BUilon b. con.rned lo ""'- " ZTl0wliUTtklt lh- hand.omn float In the parade and1 Hygienic marriage examination! I Tn fill IIITfl
tNOliloD. confronting lb- dl.t ct ad i.r .0 rpiu arc. tnd ,ecno b fop u If 1 1 I I UV Jill I II
IZL'T, Z 1" . , .-I S t l,..ed. tbe ...e that they w, participate. ,MJ. majority. 631 . MLLLU U I flll I U
'? r.Mf. - - '. .. ! .el-c mr an, ten for Mdut.on The celebration I. taking hold VVomeB jurora bill. for 989. lin-
m-q .m, in- aecr...ry -.. .- ""....' , .,.. of ,h ,,einlo and Interest Is arous- against 8I. mainly 167.
-wenssiiing in- need 111 reirenru. ih - , . ..,.. iiol. i Jn) SalUman. deputy .tate inspec-1
" 11 ould Indeed b- poor ,i rn iw """"""" .'... ,.un. tor of the motor department and French in
Iff I- a.k for relief br lb- .u.per I comb. John Morgau. M r i.un Mrl.i.ichll.i Tumtlay r rencn ln
Hon f I.lnrlil. a 11, 1 nilltlnilo IIPo'l , Hell. John I'erllnK. I r" I''. ,...... .,,.. tun IMnmonil T '. .. ......
. , I. . .,. ...I lirM'll.T. ran 1 i'.'"k in"."- r.MUM, juno v iicnnan Anions-
U... f 1K,n,,iMi thai w.. ,.. b-rt Wj-t a II , on wrU , sut um Maln ,,
lrd . a Urn. all rommmllilr, , ampbn II I "" ' a 1ar.,,, .trcola UU m, Hens. n lh- war I ,, for , attack
. ciiiinandlng a i,rln '" ' lal. laiiabrih (Iraham. iwni.a i.,ti,Hnn .bowed Hint the . c.,.. ..
lumer. of (ho Klnmnll, Irrigation rlrle
'triM 11. a.k for n susp.ii.lon of I Harold Itali-ninn. Darrrl l"1";
Xrmi.ni.. at this tlmn apprntlirtt 1 Cl-org-Coi.dr-). M-rMi. I ro-t i ouk
'"l ll-iO.OOO. thn tmvment ofll.w I'erlllard. l-on-n Slurp, i.tore-
h under present condition rt
rkta and money Is linpossll.1
Knowiiu; Ibis. t la hoped Unit a
"pennon will open tin. way t
'old imposing pviinltles Hut will
ftOUlit 1111 to 111 1. 11 v tlioilkilltitj !'
do'lr. mid which would b. im"-,
1 upon a peoplo nlrea-lv liourily 1
'inbarrussed by reason of ei'llln.i
' years crops at a sanlflro In.
ln .... . I
-...- ii nn in mtiny Instances iuiviiib
ken tumble to sell nt nny price
"It U fiirlhiir hoped that atixpvn
''n of wuter cliurgos will unnblt
"o farmors to pay their MiHo i"'l
t0iily twx and Hum rolbivo n hltu-
'"on -wblch throatoiM lo In up nil
'ounty r0l work m , w)ri, , ,,.
,e'ly snrloiisly handicapped many
fchool districts In tho payment of
''fliers salaries nnd othor nncos
ry lupensos, contraotod In tho m
"oca upon tho collection of Iuhh
'r their payment.
'Too much stress cannot bo laid
""on tho urgency of obtalnlnu 'nmo
J11" for tho ersl which no con
'rnl th0 Irrigation (armors of tbo
neccaattjr of making this soiison
"P with no nssuranco that It nn
' disposed of at any prlco whon
beginning to Arrive
At Local Resorts
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rr.n.., ar- urn, m.. ,,,"
' lie raorhi .. ,n.n. i.., i
tbel.w aiioi. .,!" v . "!
rr and I'ortUml
Out ol loan vliltnr 'lurlnc
P "111" KITV TIlT
TlUrlll 1 IfllM
ULILII I I llIlL
I .fhlh C'a 1 p .ptia n the Central
rlflr K.ter.hle Mi.l. and fell
ran Hat acbuoU beran Ihelr eiaml
.,,,., , . I. ,n K'
n.iiuii. ii.r un.iii ,., .ur m&u
h.iol ttita forenoon the uniform ,
eighth grade e.amln.tlon .lip. from I
i na nrnriiama
-'"": .71 ' -. i
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.11 n.,r inn bijii.. li. iiiri'iii irtmi w. i
high athool eiamlnallims
Tbe follo.lng eighth grade puplU
fr.Hn tbe four .rhK)U In this city are ;
Jo.eph,e MeUsner lara Mrliati
- 'Uuda Wilt KlUtw- "-
IMItb Young. Klorenre Hector Cora'
WllMJn. lella Luscnmo- ' i
Nn btlk. Agnes
Veafh. Unl-r Walton tiro
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ley. Me.U,, , re. ey - ,.'Vona "v '
u. Walsh. Herbert I'b.ll.p.. laud.
f !. ...1.1..
'. v.m.e fhrfair '
lj rune- Carroll erner i nnsiy.
...... ... 1 .vifnr waiipr iiauu.1.. .
....... ii..aa,i..n naiau ..... , "
r 1. Ill,,
uiior. """"" rt hi pnunip
Mar) Wiliellui.. Dorulhea
Wort to) . AdiHo Itowen
Kern t ol)
Hutu. Iloldrt Jacob)'.
,.r)loroaft.'M. KnitiK Hall. C.ra
, Sander. Car. Y...r. Chnrllnn
Uiuborl. Audrey Yanco,. Loota
lleiilnli ll.-nuett. iVIlii o""
K.-rn l-Vrgiisoii. Z.-mi Doin'l""". '
m Hawkins. A lira Owen. ILilpli "
Smallpox Case Causes
Merrill to Forbid
On account of ono case of small
,,ox near ti,u. vMc nuH-tlngs In
Merrill bavo been closed, It is re
ported. Although church meetings
ro forbl.ldo.., pool rooms aro open.
Tho regulation Is under order of
Dr. (Jeorgo Morryman. count)
honllli offlcr. states that thero are
btcasiM f ""'"'Tin'm.l
nbout Klamath Kails, all In ml
form Quarantlno regulations nro In
foK. nnd ho situation Is apparent
ly well In hand.
I -... Uh,l, l 1.1 IUU w - r , I M'ilLll llUWI'n IU Ulllftl tllHSIU JL9lt.t-
Member of the Associated Press.
KIMATIl IWUM, OM-AIOH,
ILL FOURTH OF
n b.t? rneetinr comi'i off lo
"":'" "l " ""k ,n ,ll,, " Cftfo
i. ...... ..
"" '""I """"i r year lo come,
,:r,ry '"" l -P-lally urKed
.''' "' lh"tn "n l,m"' " ,h,,ro
I Th principal Item will bo tho
annotinremenl that tho barbecue
f Libert) ronte.i will be announc
'e,j io Hi., rommltteo and tho names tlclans who figured that not over"nea u' n coumy or i..o UvlM.
of the contestants entered. 1500 votea would bo cast In both lon and they wlU bo P,aecd thl af
I The hand commute arc to an- this city and county. Tho Increase ternoon In drug stores, cafes and
noun.,, that thn bandstand will be!was no doubt due to tho octlvo In- Publlc P'aCM- Votc can be obtalncd
ie.te,i at the. Interaectlon of Hlith terest taken In tho bonus bill by ln tho PlacM whcro the boxe" are
and Main street and tho bandmast-lthe American Legion. found. Votes are one cent each and
er viii .. what selections aro to' Thero was no chanKo In the fK-' e sold In loU of ten votes per Iip.
be playr, ures given In yesterdays' Herald ro- re' uuy t0T lhb race W,U bo fa,t
Manager McDonald Mated that'gardlng tho city refunding bond and furious after today,
the rrmion of tho bleachers for tho Uue. which was defeated by 87 Tho money derived from the sale
bo.mg e.ent will start on the votes. , of tho votes will bo used to defray
Dreamland pavilion Saturday morn- The official figures on tbo various ' "o expense for tho float and gar-
. ...- n. '...' ... ... ,. . . w.
n Important matter for tho ath-
lellc mmltte to settle
rd thoroughlr and tho celebration
,, ,... n.rney Chambers says, "n
humdinger, nothing llko It ever bo-'
fore" rommltteo men are askeli
In tho majority 122.
without fall to b at the Hex at JW precincts. Langell Valley, 21 to
o'clock aharp tonight.
last three day for tho traffic squad
and only one arrest nns ooen mane
by tt, office, t-o trucks tolonKlnK
J c-Mwrtor lately
, , ,,v , ()llkar u0(r fnnipil.
ny at Shasta, falling foul of tho law
Tuwilay night for having no 1921
...... . . .
trucks iHiro only two I'1-" 1'i.ucs
Tho cars wen- taken over to a lot 1
In the Hot Springs district, healed
and ordered to bo kept tnere. msmii
Immedlatel) produced $120 nplera
for two 1921 license applications and
had bis ram released In or.ier lo j
start 11 hauling contract, on the Uiko-j
lnw road bitlldliig Job.
Till: .H'ltY THIS i:VI'AIN!
The trial of the $25,000 damage
suit of W. T llarn'tl against Dr. K
I) Johnson .ontlnued In the circuit
court today. At tbroo o'clock It was
close to the stage of argument mid
may reach iho Jury lato today.
WOMAN Jl'UOIVH HILL IS
IN DOUirT, TODAY'S COUNT
POUTLAND, Juno 9. Unofficial
retuniB from Tuesday's election
show tho figures on tho woman
juror bill eo closo that tbo result
Is still doubtful.
flTAlta' HUYKIVS itior
POUTLAND, Juno 9. A "straw
borry riot" followed tbo result of
a doalor ot tho public markot an
nouncliiR bo would soil borrles at
90 cents n crnto, though tho pro
vailing prlco was $1.76. Tho police
wero callod to control tho mob ot
I Seized for ".TlT To 7rXlK? H ldo-1 Co'okel Ga.bra.th was returning 'bill apply very aptly to Klamath
I ZCtZea for 0 and 17 to 0 respectively. Hlldo- . . .... -i-m with I county In particular In tbo matter
U t 109t lln,' rand precinct nosed out by ono fm 'he coun tr) club asl n'Kht wh r reservations.
r - - - . I I nrmn I
"" ' av. .....w- ..., ,h .... ..andlnc IS to two lA'gton oilicais, wui-n iuo c.--- - -
! .ia.t landing IS to of tho car broke and it which occupy a largo part of this
.in.... hn. h,.n rather alack tbo I l ' nuainai. . ..., . . .n. ! rnunlv. In nn nnnroxlmated area Ot
Tlll'HHDAY, Jt XL
fi, i in: i
Every state meaiuro was carried
ln " ' special general
mo greatest majority, 1360 votea
oven, and tho hygienic marrlago ex-
;nm,nalUm hM r0CUt'a ,b0 COad
moaauro to Incrcaaci tbo member-!
ihip and tho pay of tho legislator
an dlialnif.wai carried by a amall majoritr.
nly put over,
this created a
rlpplo of surprlao amona; tho poll-
measurea wero aa follews:
Iclslatlvn rrrulatlon and com
pensatlon bill, for 88B, against 783,
Thn rlty refumllnK bond proposal,
for 274. against 361. majority
The soldier bonus bill lost in
-B nnu 'amam iac, i io -
votra. rciican Hay and Spraguo Itlv-
'" " comty the bill carried 5
while In tho city hero carried
by 11 to 1.
In Orlndato precinct thn hygenl?
marrlago and llrensa bill received
a tie voto, 17 to 17.
For Attack Upon
ln). ,,y (i(irman ,ifeno forces. Ho
. . .. (!..rm..n. ...laiook tbe French
fo(. ViAMi BUrr,,.nts.
OPPKI.LV. Juno 9 Five thousand
Polish Insurgents were driven from
itOHtntiori; by llrlllsh forces. Tho
.0H mluio a show of rMistnnro but
the llrltlsh took tho town without
firing a shot.
IM-D AT HIHIOKLYN
NP.W YOltK. Juno 9. John Oot
den. president of tho United Textile
Workers of America, died today ot
his homo at Ilrooklyn after several
AVIATOlt imoi-s TO DIllTIC
WASHINGTON, Juno 9. Lieu
tenant W. II. llrown, of Ilolse. Idaho,
was klllod when a miirlno corps piano
crashed to earth at Colonial beach
Tho baromotrlc pressure, as
recorded by tho Cyclo-Storma-graph
at Underwood's Phar
macy, baa risen a llttlo since
tho report of yosterday. Con
tinued pleasant woathor Is
looked for, possibly cooler,
with brisk breoros.
Forecast for next 24 hours;
Gonorally fair with variable
i... ... i Kjiifiier nnn m r.111 rn, i,7i
Blanche Conway is
Leading in First
Queen Vote Count
fltancho Conway 340 rote
Mario Davenport 100 votes
(lady Hlclitor . . .. 100 voir
Ituth Lindsay On voted
Tho content In on with a flourish
I . . ...... . . ..
""' '"""' "a" "ccn
' -r admiring friend for the
(rit pAtnmlllMi fltltt the ti.llnf VAM
"" '"' ". - "- ..-.- ---
""" .nd It was found that the
A" of tno younK women nro Z.
""" "" . --r.
' math Jail pcoplo and more aro ru-
Mr... lint atmk "lfV hnPlAt" fn In
'""'" "'" "'"" ""'" " "- -" -
' I,runB w-nen me cooicsi kci.i cii
unucr way. iouay was me ini uuj
ilnco tho contest started that the
ooxes wero counica.
1,a"01 DOXe" naT0 oeen KnBrousir
i menu oi ino uouue.s.
i i . ...... .....if.,.,.
Lome on, ooya. bci juui wuuiuio
In, the race Is open to everyone.
INDIANAPOLIS. June 9. Amer
ican Legion posts throughout tbe na
tion wore thrown Into mourning to
day by tbe death In an automobllo
accidont here last night of Colonel
P V. fialbralth. Jr.. of Cincinnati.
n.ilnnnl mmmander of the American
wi:r.i MILL NOW IS
WOUK1NG FULL CAPACITY
WEKD, Cal., Juno 9. Tbo Weed,
Lumber company Is now running Its
nitinerm over an emuanHmpu.. no - r
skull was fractured.
sawmill hero at full capacity. All $soooooo and ,i0.000,000, re
four rigs aro sawing day and night. gpectlvclj.t are provided for tho
Wnen ,ne K l . V
about ten day ago. only three of
tho four saws were used at night
This season's cut will amount to
tbout CO.000.000 feet. Tbo Califor
nia Fruit Orowers' Supply Company's
mill, nt Hilt, is aUo running with a
full force. It will cut about 40.000,
000 feet this season.
iihad or r.x;ixr.r.ns
CNION Dili SfDDKNLY
DKNVKIt. Juno 9. Milton Snell
lng, notional president of the steam
and operating engineers' union, who
was hero a a dolegato to the Ameri
can federation of lalwr convention,
was found dead In bed at u local ho
tel thl morning.
i:ujhti:i:n livks lost in
OXi: FLOODKD DlSTltlCT
PUEIILO, Colo., Juno 9. Eigh
teen persons perished u tbo flood In
tho la Junta district, Cuptaln Mack
of tho national guard, reported on
urrivnt hero today aftor a fifty hours'
battle with tho olements.
SELLS STOltK I1US1NESS
Wllllum Allen ot Shlpplngton has
sold his storo to C. A. Johnson of
Fnlrvlow nnd tho business will bo
started under tho now management
Saturday. Mr. Johnson formerly
conducted tho Viking grocery store
Owing to sickness "which has kept
Mr. Allen In poor health for thb
nast winter, tho business was such
'that his health would no longer
permit his personal attention to it
Upon the solo of -the property, Mr.
Allen departed for California where
lie hopes to regain his health.
Today t Newt
PHICR F1VK CKNT8
Auto Association Ex
pects Benefit if Mea
sure Passes, Es
pecially in Forests.
Secretary Ray II. Reed of tbo Kla
math County Automobllo associa
tion Is In rocolpt of a communica
tion from acting president, D. Jame
son of tbo American Automobllo as
sociation at Washington, D. C, la
which tho local auto association Is
urged to cooperate In a movo to
bavo tho Townscnd bill, which has
been redrawn, adopted In tbo In
terest of quicker federal action oa
national road construction.
Tho communication sets forth tho
advantago possessed by tho Town
send measure, which are not so
comprehensively set forth ln tbo
Dowell bill, and states that expla
natory literature has been sent for
dissemination among the members ot
tbo Klamath association.
President Oroesbeck of tho lo
cal club has stated that within a
few days notices calling a meeting;
of tho club members wlll be sent
out Including tho ,. A. A. ii'crktu'a
nrid that, at this meetln, the pro
visions of tho ToM.Fend h." 'will te
fully enterod into.
7 be principal features i.f I be re
drawn Townsnd bill are bit It pro
vides for tho creation ct a federal
highway commission ot five geo
graphically distributed and taking
over tho presont bureau ; concen
tration of federal aid appropriations
first upon Inter-county highways ot
Interestate Importance; condenses
many federal highways activities
under the direction ot the commis
sion; requires that state shall fur
nish from stato funds the money to
meet tho federal allotments; ex
acts after construction tbeso part
nership roads shall be adequately
i maintained by tho states.
Two features ot tno Townsena
9,375 square miles.
Ono Is that the bill carries aa
appropriation of 1200,000,000, with
1100,000,000 for tbo fiscal year
ending Juno 3, 1922, and 1100.-
firtA AAA fi. Iha f(atif ranp nnrlln
' ..iHiiion.i ...m. of
wnio periods, for tbe construction
malntenanf0 0 road8 whoUy
I or partly within notional forests.
I Particularly Is tho ltom whoreby
tho commission may also cooperato
with tho Indian service In the build,
lng ot main roads across Indian res
ervations JJkely to result In greatly
Improved transporatlon through
tho Klamath agency.
Man Is Visitor
It. It. Stowoll, of San Francisco,
Pacific coast manager for a number
ot big tiro insurance companies, has
been hero for tho past two days com
bining business with pleasure. Each
year ho visits this city, ostensibly to
look after his Insurance business,
but his frlonds know that tho real
roason is his deslro to visit his old
chum of school boy days, Nelson
Rounsevell, manager ot tho Lakesldo
It was back In Cubn, New York,
where they wero boys together that
they onjoyod nil tbo pranks of which
they must have been guilty ond In
recounting tholr experiences then
and since, thoy passed many ploasant
moments during tho past two days
Mr. Stowell left for tho north this
morning, traveling by auto. He ex
pects to linger for a couplo of days
In tho northern part of tho connty to
enjoy tho fine lishlng to bo found In
the lakes and streams of that section.
Ho will then proceed to Portland and
back homo through tbe Willamette