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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1921)
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Member of the Associated Pre,
Fifteenth Year No. filnii.
KLAMATH 1'ALLB, (WKOON, j TUESDAY, JUNK 31, 1021.
TO TOSS THEIR
Secretary Fall Will '
Visit Oregon During
Summer; Leaves 15th
Governor, with Bak
er, Kelly, Patterson, , Oregon.
Kay as Candidates
Herald WiiHliliiKton Iturivitl
WASHINGTON, Juno 21,-- Senator
McNitry, Congressman Hlnnott and
McArtliur nilloil on Hocrutnry Full of
tho Interior department to tnko up a
ntitiibor of Oregon matters with film.
Hocrotnry I'iiII said ho would visit
Oregon In tlio nour future, probably
ag leaving Washington July lC, and
would visit Urutnr Lake nnd nit of
tin) principal Irrigation projects In
STAND PAT ON
Tlio paving of High street ngaln
was tin) liono of contention In tho
mooting of tho city council Inst
night, nnd for a whlto thoro was a
stormy session. Councllnmn West
referred to li eoiivnriintlnii Imlil lnln
no uccinrna no uui not want nny yosterdny afternoon with W. A.
oiitnrtnliiuionl whllo on tho trip of Shannon, tho Portland ropresonta-
MALUM, Or.. Juno 21 -(Special) ' "' ,c'"""""' " " " " on-; tV 0f tho Wurron Construction
Who will l.ii tho nipuhllrnn iispl-,, y ""r "'""" '"r that reni-wi ( company, rolallvo to tho prohahlo
rants for tho uoiulnntlou for govor- ' lnU,,or,,rJr '" Prohnhly not ho action of tho company, fll.ot.ld tho
iiiMiuiiini ui mi iiiiii 11 in miivriiionis mill f hi company for tho bonds
will ho prepared hy tint engineers of na ho accepted by tho council.
inn rocmmuiion division
Hocrutnry Full said that ho could
nor In Ihn prliunrloit'of uoxt year?
Who In going to run for tho ro
piilillcan roni;roniloniil iiomluiitlou In
tho tliri'ii Oregon districts?
Who In going to ho n candlilato for
tho ropuhllrun nomination for statu
Theso aro some of tho iiuostlnus
that nro rlpo for tho asking In Ore
Governor Olcott hni not told any-
ono ho will bo n candlilato In 1022
at Jsit ho hain't said in whnra It
would roach tho public. A year ngo
It won frequently intd that Olcott
would not ho a candlilato. No ono
nay It now, and It may tafoly ho
inld that ho will bo In tho rare.
Thorn aro thrco reasons for thli. Ono
li that tho ICRlilatura thli yeir In
crcaind tho aalary, no thnro In at
leant moro than broad and butter In
It. Another rein on I tho human do
slro to hold offlco by election of tho
pooplo n woll as by Inborltanco. Tho
third li tho reaionably safo political
policy adopted by tho governor
Whethor that U sufflclcn: to lct
Mm governor would havo id oe do'
toimlned at tho polti. No on i U go
lur. urnui'd singing Olcntl's pralso,
ao.l on tho other hand, lltllo crltl-
cum or li auminisiration is noirn
No one hn yet coino fnrwk'i with
any definite Information whether
Mayor (IcorRo I,. Haker If Portland
(Continued to Page C)
Mr Shannon emphatically stated,
nlil Mr. UVI ilini ii'nr.,.,, ti-ii.
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....i k.u i.. mi. year, in no nail ur ro rcll,,y to compc, IuIfmont
inuiiiinuu iu ,;it mum wun me prcni-'of a contract
dent, who cannot go on account of
tho failure or Congrats to get through
MAKE READT TO
STATE MAT GET
Herald WjudilnKton Ilumnu
WASHINGTON. Juno 21. Orogon
may gain ono congremmnn In tho
now attempt to Incroaso tho homo of
rcprciontntlwn from lt present
number of 43G to 483 momborH.
A meeting of tho commlttoo on tho
connus hni boon callod for noxt Wed
nomlay hy Chnlrmnn Blogol to con
ulilcr tho reappointment of con
groiRlonnl roproioutntlnu under tho
H tit consul,
An of fort mndo.ln tho lattor part
of tho Inut congreM to lucroaio tho
mombomhlp by 48 wna ovorwholm
Ingly dofcatod and (ho minority mom
bora of tho commlttoo who fought
for a reapportionment, banod on tho
proicnt numbor, 43C, w6n a completo
victory. Thin bill dlod In tho nonnto
when congreiH enmo to an ond March
A by conitltutlonnl limitation.
VIcitN Now Changed
Chairman Slegol, who cornea from
Now York, claims Hint tho now con
gross la for an addltionnl numbor of
congressmen and bollovos that at this
tlmo'hd can win bin fight. Ho clalnm
to bo cortnln of a majority In tho
commlttoo, which will voto for an In
crcaio to 483 first, Inst and nil tho
tlmo. Representative Harbor, Cali
fornia, who led tho successful minor
ity fight In tho last cougross, Is
equally confldont that ho and his as
sociates nro us strong as ovor nnd
that thoy Will bo nblo to lipid tho
momborshlp to tho prosont total of
It will probably bo a elouor fight
than It was In tho last congrotm nnd
thoro may bo n compromise which
will onnblo tho states which will
logo roprosontatlvcn undor tho plnn
to limit tho mnmborshlp to tho pros
ont flguro to rotnln tholr prosont rop
rosontntlon. Theso Btntos aro Indiana, Iowa,
Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mnlno,
Mississippi, NobrnBkn, Itholo Island
nnd Vormont, all of which loso ono
mombor ench, and Missouri, which
will loso two, making a total of 11,,
states which would loso n total of
Tho commlttoo, appointed to In
vostlguto and report upon tho living
and wugo conditions In Klamath
county at tho man meeting of tho
citizens at tho chamber of commerce
last Friday night, met In the offices
of It, II. Dunbar at Sixth and Main
streets last night.
Tho committee was Increaicd from
11 to 13 members and divided Into
four lub-commlttces to cover differ
ent Items of expense and a plan of
work outlined which will cover a
period ot at least three weeks. The
iporsonnel of tho committees Is:
Itonts. V. A. Ilakcr, A. h. WUhard
and C. K. Trimble: merchandise,
(groceries, meats, confection, etc..)
I.awronco Phelps, A. J. Voyo and
Mrs. II. Ackloy; merchandise, (dry
goods, clothing and shoos, furniture
etc.) It. II. Dunbar, Mrs. Y. "s.
Henry ann (leorgo Forgo; public scr
vlco, (restaurants, barber shops,
laundorlcs etc,) James Stevens, I.ce
Iloan and Ross Nlckerson. James
Htovens was ma do permanent chair
man and T. U Stanley, secretary.
Log Burling Contest
Listed Among Novel
Sports for Fourth
Assuranco U made by Jim Ryan.
433 Main street, that tho biggest and
best "log burling" ovor witnessed by
nnyono la this section will bo staked
on July 4 by a number ot clover men
who aro artists In this lino ot woods
sport. Mr. Ryan stated that anyone
desiring to enter should list hU name
with Itynn at tho Loggora and I.um
bormans headquarters In Klamath
If flvo entries aro secured, threo
prizes will bo given and it only thrco,'
only two prizes 'yrlll bo offered. Tho
prosont prizes aro f25-for first and
$15 for second place. Among soma
ot tho noted "burlors" who aro urged
to ontor aro Loon Robertson, "Dili"
Ilakor, Frank Woods and Ed Drant.
All theso mon havo mndo reputa
tions and havo many admirers. Tho
doopost water In Lake Kwauna has
boon chosen for tho testing place.
which tholr legal de
partment had found flawless and
binding, but Hiat beforo taking
legal action necessary to onforco
good faith, they preferred to allow
tho council nnd peoplo a chanco to
save tbo extra cxpenso Involved In
enforcing tho contract. Councilman
West stated that tho city attorney.
iW. M. Duncan, had Investigated tho
legality ot tho contract, and held
It binding upon the city.
A. J. Lyle Interposed an objec
tion, stating that bo had also held
a conversation with Mr. Shannon
yoitorday afternoon, and Mr. Shan
non had told him "tho company "was
through with tho matter." Council
man West asked what Dr. Lyle
meant by "was through," and Dr.
Lyle stated that ho construed it to
mean thoy waived the contract and
bad no Intention to continue action
In the matter. I
Timekeeper Buckley of the War
ren Construction company stated that
ho was a party to the conversation
(Continued to fare 4)
Slnco tho Inst reading of tho bal
lots In tho Ooddoss of Liberty con
test, Saturday, thoro havo boon many
startling changes In tho llnoup.
Mils McClaln Jumps Into tho lead
by a narrow margin owing to tho do
lugo of votes that camo to hor
Jasto yesterday. From fourth
placo In tho last count, todny Miss
aicuiain has reached first. Lead
ing Miss Illchn by a nnrrow mnrgln.
Mrs. Conway Is vory closo nnd her
"strength" Is latent and will gather
forco all at onco when her admirers
rush to place hor In tho top row. Miss
Inthor Calkins has passed tho 1000
mark and her frfends say that they
will glvo her splendid support.
A now entry was listed today, a
"Miss" Mable Sparks and from four
different sources camo 140 votes. In
the city directory no. record U found
of "Miss Sparks" " but admiring
friends have entered tho name.
. Manage! Bert McDonald announces
that on June 2D, Id. order to allow
ercryono to see the hourly progress
ot tho race, all ballot boxes will Jie
closed and collected and the voting
ther-Ar done In a booth at Sixth
and''fittn streets. A big blackboard
will be used to show the voto and
as fast as a candldato receives a
block ot votes, they will bo -written
Immrdlately upon the board. The con
teat closes- officially on Juno 10.
Klamath Co. Club
Worker Hold the
Honor at O. A. C.
Klamath county boy and girl club
workors aro making tho big hit of
tho convention of Oregon boys and
gins at mo two weaks' summer
courso at Corvnllls, nccordlng to
word rocalvod by parents of Eomo of
In tho first placo thoy havo tho
largest county delegation at tho
school, excoptlng Multnomah county,
and thoro's a question as to Mult
nomah's lead. Klamath has 29 boys
nnd girls in Its delegation nnd Mult
nomah claims 30, but a question has
bcon raised regarding tho qualifica
tions of somo of tho Multnorn,alj Club
workors. ' '
Klamath took first placo on "stunt
night," and nro tho only delegation
with real organization. Tho.jclub and
county yolls hit tho croud In jthp
right place, nnd Klamath Is easily
tho honor squad on the whblo asscra
FALL DECL NES
TO MEDDLE IN
Secretary Says Even if
If Were Possible .He
Would Not Caikel
the "Link River Danv
WASHINGTON, Junn 21v Kffort
r in .American Legion post of Kla
math Falls to overturn tho decision
of former Secretary of tho Interior
I.ano.ln thovlong standing controv
ersy over marsh land reclamation.
ruuxial'adji This Is according to as-
v To voto for your cholco on June
30, a charming lady will sell you
your votes and titter counting them In
the presence of-fourft and wit-
.I' - '
OIL WELL FETE
. NEXT SIM
Tbo directors of tho Crater Lake
OH and Gas companyhav'o plans .def
initely In shape for tbo big eclebra?
tlon that wilt attend tho "spudding
In" of Well' No. 1, hlLa;mllej-.orthJ
oi aiurriu nuii ouiysy.
First on the program, comes
"eats," and there will be an abund
ance Two sheep ire to be barbe
cued to serve as the center ot a feist
that wIU tako ulkce at noon, or
Juno 30' U the day set for the open! shortly afterward In-.the Merrill
The Herald Thrives
Legion Will Drape
Color in Tribute to
All Amorlcan Legion post and de
partment colors and cbnrtofa will
bo draped In black for a period ot 30,
days, honoring tbo memory of tho
lata national commandor, F, W. Qal-
braltb, Jr., according to Instructions
roecivod by Roy Pouch, adjutant ot
Kalmath post, It is alfio dlroctod that
nt tho novt post mooting a porlod ot
sllonco shall bo obsorvod. Tho meet
ing of tho local post takos placo to
Four dologatoa to tho stato con
vention of tho Loglon, to bo hold at
Kiigcno, July 1 nnd 2, will bo olocted
at tonight's mooting. Many prob-
louis will nrlao nt tho Kugono con
vention nnd local loglonmiircH feol It
nocosaary to havo strong roprcsentn
tlvos on tho ground. Ilonco to
night's mooting Is Important and
all mombors ot tho post aro urgod to
When wp nay that Tin' Kvralns; Herald hoc Into 00 of every
10O liomrM In Klamath county, und fat carefully read by rmttj
member of cacIi t ubwriblng family, that's a . conservative htato
ineat. Our subscription Hits are open to Inspection by nn)body who
doubtM that Tho Herald'n circulation covers Klamath county like
Why iloen ever) body in Klamath county read The Herald?
Iteeaiu-n The Herald Rie "sen Ice" In tho fullest meaning of
that comprehensive word.
Tho ANcoclatcd I'rctm coier tho big national and world news
for The Herald.
Ily NpccliU arrangement with tho Portland Telegram, The
Herald U able to give daily big HtorlcH of happenings In WiudiliiK
Ion and clwwlu-rv that affect all Northwest Industry.
Through affiliation with tho Newspaper KntcrprUo Association
Tho Ilernld commands the mtyIcos of a staff of the beat and
highest paid writers and artists engaged In newspaper work In
America today. t
Ar jou a boxing or baseball fan? If so, )ou mad Ttie
llerald'a sport page. Clean sport is an aasct to any community,
paying big dividends In better morals and better health... The
Horalil will cheerfully bear tho com If by Its actions It con pro
mote tho development of clean sport In Klamath Palls.
Tho only placo that ou get the full news of local baseball
Huta' doings Is In Tho Ilernld.
From tho big championship battle at Jersey City July a, to
tho Anderson-IUeJin curtain raiser at Dreamland pavilion July 4,
The Herald Is covering etcry corner and all angles of the boxing
Hut first of all, Tho Herald prides Itself on its local news
service. Tho Herald strives, primarily, to print tho homo newx
nnd to uncover and publUh the facts In all local questions for the
Information and guldanro of Its readers.
Tito big thing In local news right now Is oil development. In
a series of articles, written ho the layman may read and under
htnnd, W. O. Ichnuui, local geologist, will tell why lie believes
that tho Klamath basin overlies a sea of petroleum..
This Is Tho Herald's sort of Hcrvlce, nnd tho sort of service
that Tlie Herald seeks constantly to give,
If you road It In Tho ITerald, ITS TRUE!
- It costs money to gltn llio scrvlco Tho Herald is giving, but
tho regular price of tho paper Is unchanged 5 cents n month,
(I n year by carrier or by mail outHlde tlio county, or 95 a ear
by mall wltliln tho county.
Hon over, until July 1, following an annual vcustom, a special
, price is in effect 4Jrt a ear by carrier or mall outside tho county,
VI u year by mall; v Itliln tho county, all. subscxpitlons payable for
one year In mltiuico.
Tlio Herald would not, If It felt tho need, reaort to Hide-show
methods to piul Its subscription lists. Tlio Hornld Is published
, In tho Interests of Its readers, and any surplus cash In lis treasury
ulll bo spent to lmprne Its service to Its readers.
That policy has made The Herald tho paper that It la today.
That policy will be pursued consistently as long as Tho Herald Is
under Its present miuiiiKOinent.
The Lour set for tbe program at
the well, including .'the starting ot
tho hole through which it Is hoped
within, tbe next few month win
pour barrels ot liquid treasure, la S
Every man, orrwomac.-ln Klamath
county who owns an automobile Is
urged to lay all else aside next Sun
day and Join la making the celebra
tion tbe biggest ever held In Kla
math county . Auto owners are urg
ed to avoid empty scats In their cars'.
Drlng tbe whole family. If .you havo
none, bring some one elses family.
This Is a personal assurance from
every one connected with tho, Crater
Oil and Gas cempany: You will ze
of Twin Prevent
CHICAGO, June 21. An hour be
foro the divorce suit of Mrs. Edward
C. Pettltt was to be called, aho be
camo the 'mothor ot twins. When
the event was announced In court
tho suit was dismissed and tho fam
ily became reunited.
nouncefjeoA of BecreUry of the In
terior fW.to Senator McNary aasV
RepresenUtlves Slnnott and Me
. He will refuse to disturb operation
ot the California-Oregon Power On,
In construction of tho Link rtte
FalLlalf r sent a letter to McNary
setting forth his position, In which
says "It thus appears that the .'
pvny has obligated Itself to eonstraet?
a dam which will cost approximately!
$100,000 and has assumed llabtUtye
for damages to prlvato land owners,,
the state, of .Oregon and the Indians.
wMeh;daiaafea the chamber of caaa
msreo board reported In H enhtlosvf
would rma Into s&any hnndrcsk aSs
thouasnds of dollars, Water rtutnl j
will get' without cost- all the
fl(a that would be i secured by
strucUoB of tho dam by tho TJnH4 -State,
and yean hmw than tk;"
money could be provldod from the N.k
elasaatlon (and. '
Tweaty-flva thensaad acre; afji
land. will U rendered, aTsJtabl tor
early settlement under-tha cVmpany
J m-vMt- wW,f
ossm raie-wsn-na .nnesjior Wf
sent and future pump operatlon-v
"It Is therefore believed that abra
gatlcm ot the contract, It It were
possible, would not only be an act
of injustice to tbe company, hut r
would be a detriment to tbo Interests
of tho water users ot tbe Klamath
project and to all prospective set-,
tiers, Including former soldiers and
sailors, who, under the law, will be
entitled to the entry of lands here
after opened. , j
"Moreover, should the Unite ,
States attempt to abrogate the con-
tract It might be liable for damage,
to the company and It Is probable)
that litigation would ensue which
would tie up development of all tho.
land Involved for a long period. I
must, therefore, decllno to disturb
the existing contract."
ENGLISH SOVEREIGNS WILL
OPEN BELFAST PARLIAMENT
LONDON, June 21. King George
and Queen Mary were given a great
ovation at the depot today when they
loft tor Belfast to open tbe Ulster
parliament. Great crowds choered
thorn and sang tho British national
nessos, will register thorn on the
"score board." Bettor keep your
candidate In the lead today.
Tho Standing, Today's Qountt
Josephine McClaln 7500
Mildred Blehn 7350
Blancho Conway .....4320
Esther Calkins , 1760
Gladys Rlchter 430
Ruth Lindsay x 280
Florence Bradley J i... 240
"Miss" Mabel Sparks , 140
M. Robin 110
Gene Hauger 90
Rtatha Odon 50
Ruth Dixon ... .. .: 30
Katheryn Bustromente 30
Henrietta Sanders 20
Madge Patterson 20
Camilo Patterson 20
Bess Ktlgoro , 10
Gladys Lottus 10-
Clara Calkins 10
Anna Schofleld 10
Effle McBruen ... 10
May Posplsll 10
Myrtlo Jones ' 10
E, Scnulon , 10
Rutulu Patterson 10
In Business World
H. H. Hart, the California restaur
ant man. Is In the city on business-.
It is five weeks slnco he bos been
here, but be says that In that time
there has been a decided Improve
ment In conditions on the outside
and a man Is Indeed a' pessimist who
cannot look Into tho near future and.
"Ono ot the best Indications of
I Improvement," said Mr. Hart today,
"Is shown In the offering ot me
Standard Oil company of New Jersey.
It bad been paying sovetj per cent
on the money It borrowed. The lost
securities. It offered called for only
6 H per, cent, yet they were Instant
ly subscribed. When the Northern
Pacific and tho Nor.hwostern offer
ed $230,000,000 In bonds they wero
ten per cent oversubscribed m eight
days. All ot tho government oouun
are stronger today thon they have
ever been and tho same is tru '
all standard securities. The bond
market is tho barometer nnd when
you see It In a healthy condition you
mny be suro that the rest of the
business world Is improving and that
Lit Will not bo long DOioro u, iu,
will revlvo under tho same stimu
lant ot confidence."
Mr, Hart oxpocts to rolurn to Sac
ramento In a few days,
OREGON Tonight nd,Wednes-