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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1921)
MONDAY JUI,Y, It. IDS 1.
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
The Evening Herald
J. MUMMY JMItor
m;jBOUIiI3 City Bailor
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MONDAY JULY, 11. lOSt.
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County Court Takes
Sharp Rap at Brower
(Continued from rage 1)
- Hon from, tho atatement, signed -by
Judge Bunnell'and Commissioners
Short and Ferdyce:
r"Tli sheriff ft. by a recent statute,
rjaade a salaried officer. The. effect ot
'tea Diatrict Attorney DroWer'a re
fusal to cooperate with the shorlff
.Bad hla attempt to turn oyer tho
sheriff's duties to J. F. Morley (a
constable) and a fee officer, has the
effect of doubling the coat of appro-1 eludes leading representative profee-
kenalon of criminals. The county
court cannot justify such uncalled
for waste of thetax payers money
.and therefore, his not approved of
bills) run up by Mr. Morley for ser
vices which. In the first place, ho
was not authorized to render and
fa the second place were services
, which the people are monthly paying
tho sheriff for. If the district attor
ney of Klamath count), conducts his
office In the orderly proper manner
which the stature and common busi
ness judgment demands be will have
no difficulty In, getting prompt at
Tho court crltlcltcsi Mr Ilruwor'a
conduct ot his offlco In tho following
language! N i
"It is possible that Mr Morloy,
or In fact any unauthorised person
might bo ns successful nj she dtsttlct
attorney In tbu convlctlo.t ot crim
inals In our courts. Tho record of con.
vlctlotig by tho present district nt
tornoy has, reached tho total of ono
conviction. This fact taken in con
nectlon with trio number ot Indict
ments returned and tho number ot
criminal cavs tried makes the pur
capita cost.e: couvicsinai inlvlanmlri
count)1 porhuiM tho hlghcAt In tho
Unltod States: He has nucceo.led
In tilling tho Jail with prisoners who
aro now being entertained nt tho tax
payers expense and as tho circuit
court will shortly adjourn for vaca
tion this largo number ot Jail board
era must contlnuo to accopt tho hos
pitality ot tho tax payers for soma
tlmo to come. Thanks to Mr. Drowor,
there Is no Immedlato relict In sight
for elthor prlsdnors or the tax pay.
S. F. TO WELCOME
SAM FRANCISCO, July 11. In a
stirring resolution, which was unani.
mously adopted by tho board ot sup
erVisors, Mayor James Rolph has
been authorltcd to name a commlttoo
of 300 prominent citizen ot San Fran
cisco, without regard to race or creed,
to arrange for a fitting public recep
tion and official 'welcome to the vis
iting delegates to the , Thirty-ninth
Annual International Supreme Con
tention of the Knights ot Columbus,
to take pUce In San Francisco, Au
gust 2, 3 and 4.
Great stress was laid by Mayor
Kolph on the remarkable achieve
ments of tho Knights of Columbus In
every foremost activity of tho coun
try for several years past, their splen
did work during ' tho World war.
which has firmly entrenched them tu
the hearts ot overy man of tho United
States army and navy during the
great conflict, the educational pro
gram for ex-service men; tho magnifi
cent hospitalization program being
followed for tho comfort of the dis
abled and wounded veterans of tho
great war, and the vigorous campaign'
being waged by the Knights against
bolsherism and radicalism.
The citizens' committee Is to im
mediately enter Into preparations for
a brilliant reception to the K. C.'s
during the supreme convention, and
also provide appropriate entertain.
ment for tho delegates during their
stay. Tho citizens' committee In
FOR BALK American Cato. Dost
location In Susanvlllo. For par
ticulars write Uox 913, 8usanvltlo,
Calif. - ll-is
A OOOI) UKU and it good bath nt
- Colonial Rooms 11th uonr Main St.
nnd at Colonial Annex 741 Walnut
Ave. All outsldo ulry rooms. 11
We do not spoil your films
Stlnson, Photo Shop.
FOR RENT Three housekeeping
rooms overlooking I ho lnko. Phono
368tR. i. 11-13
FOR RENT Slcoplng room and
bath tor ono or two gontlemen.
1150 1'luoSt. 11-13
FOR SALE 11050.. Dandy wMl
built 3 room house on tine cor
ner view lot. Terms, 1300 cash, $25
a month. 8eo owner 704 N. Rth St.
or phono 339-W. 11
Send your clothes to Klamath
Hand Laundry. Indies flno clothes
a specialty, l'hono 573-Wi, 7th and
Klamath Ave. 11-13
HLOCKWOOD FOR 8AU5 17.25
for doublo load. Telephone 424-J.
Stated communications ot Kla
math Lodge? No. 77, A. F. & A. M.
Monday (tonight) evening. There
wilt be important business to attend
to. also work in tho F. C. degree.'
Come and be there prompetly at 7:30
in Masonic Hall. 409 Main street.
11 LKM L. OAOHAOEN. 8ecy.
FOR RENT Three room apartment.
Call at 24 High St. 11
SAVH MONEY Best oak soles with
rubber heels out on for 11.85. Jack
frost. 818. 9th St. 11-13
FOR SALE Ono 1920 Dodge tour
ing car. Cheap. No, 1, Loom I
Dldg. Phone 105. 11-13
Mexico, considering deporting two
American citizens, la Inviting Inter
national complications. Othor aliens
In Mexico may charge favoritism.
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WEATHER RECORD f
Hereattor The Iteratd will publish
the moan and maximum tempera-
ures and precipitation record aa tak
en by the U. S. Reclamation service
tatlon. Publication will covor the
day previous to the paper's Issue, up
to 5 o'clock ot the day.
July 2 ,
July 4 ,
July 9 ,
July 10 . 86
Herald Waohiagtoa llurrau
WASHINGTON, July 11. Portland
may lose tho support ot congress for
Its exposition In 1925 unless Instant
slonal business men ot the city, and
will be headed by Mayor Rolph, as
Makers -of Flies Crow
Expert With Practice
.",.. . . . . . ,. .v.
acuon is laxon nnu ureas uro exortnn
Hon nllledornl officials to have phssod
nt onco tho bill authorizing tho nrcsl-
dont to Invito tho participation ot
on toroiRii government".
Philadelphia wants nu oximitlllon
In 11)20 mul todny John Wtummakor
of that city spent several hours with
President Harding trying to convince
hint that tho administration should
got bohlnd tho Philadelphia show nnd
prevent any competition wl(hlu ono
Rear Admiral Edward liberie has
A the raclrto nl with rank of ad.""m .? f"' A, "f" ? "
Vice Admiral Hilary 1' Jonrn will
mlU !?; .ucceYd. Admiral hZh??""!? fc.SS
TAC6MA, Wash., July 11. Fowls
of the barnyard, birds of the air
and animals ot the forest furnish Charter No. 310,
material for making imitation fllok
testion ang early payments of all that fishermen use to book front
oiua legauy incurred ana a proper ana oiner elusive game zisn.
charge against the county. xi,.,- u located here one of the
evening Admiral Henry U Wllaon
who bcconu cvmiiuuHtant of ,Vo
nanolU Naval Academy
"In .regard to the particular com
piauu or me aistnci aiiorners oi
ffco referring to the items of auto-
tuoblle hire in making the arrest
of A.'W. Finch, the court wishes to
.draw attention to the fact that had
the arrest of Finch been placed in
the 'bands ot the sheriff who has bis
own ear for such purposes, Instead
of Morley, there would not have
been a bill, for auto biro incurred
for the tax payers to meet.
"Answering Mr. Itrowor'a complaint
Btlll further, In rererence to the er
ratic and uncertain manner of hold
ing meetings of the county court,
tho writer wishes to emphasize this
fact, that under the laws ot tho
State of Oregon, the county court Is
obliged to bold one meeting only,
every 60 days whereas the county
co art of Klamath county meets eight
times during- evory month of the
year. If the manner ln which the
county court holds its meetings at
present, as In the past, does not nult
Mr. Drower, it would probably l,o
'advisable for the court to confine Its
.meetings In the future to one every
60 days as tho law,, prescribes
"There Is ono item of expense to
tho tax payers that Mr. n rower has,
liowovor, failed to dray tho public's
nttentlon to, and that Is the expen-ie
ho has Incurred, without tne, county
court's consent, to tho furnlshlnK of
tho suite of rooms for his own -ire,
In the Dougan courthoueii which ho
lld not see fit to consult tho county
court, but the expense ot which tho
merchants who supplied tho furnleh
fngs, aro asking tho taxpayers to
Mr. Morley, on request of the dis
trict attorney, was appointed na
Blstant to that otflcor, early in the
year, - About the first ot May his
appointment was caucel!ud by the
county court The statement says
this resulted because 'as Mr Morley
Is not a dulty qualified n'.orny at
law the statute forbids hit appoint
ment and bis appointment had to be
few concerns that manufacture file.
It Is disclosed that one of the raoat
popular files among fishermen la
made from rho hair from the tall
of a skunk and from the tall ot a
mountain deer, hackle from the
neck ot a Rhode Island Red Roost
er and feathers from a white leg
horn hen, a New Guinea ben a
goose and a Missouri pigeon. I I
It Is an atI to make an lmlta-j
tlon fly, bat experienced workers (
can turn out eight dozen of them ta
Ibe clone of business
' The rail labor board's wage deci
sion seems to be hotter than first
supposed. Both railroad executives
and workers aro dissatisfied with it.
lUwerve Diatrict No. IS
lUCTORT OF CONDITION OF THH
MALIN STATE BANK
of Malta, atiMalla, Ore., in the HUte ot Oregon, at
Suae SO,, 1031.
1 Loans and discounts
2 Overdrafts, secured and unsocured ...
3 U. 8. Government securities owned ............
4 Othor bonds, warrants and securities. In
eluding foreign government, state, munic
ipal, corporation, etc.
5 Stocks, securities, claims, Hens, Judgmonts,
6 Ranking house nono, furniture and fixtures
8 Amount due from banks, bank ors and trust
1 companies not designated as approved re-
servod banks ... ...................................
9 (b)Amounts duo from banks, bankers and
trust companies, designated and approved
reserve agents ot this bank ...
12 Cash on band In vault
Total cash and duo from banks, Itoma
8, 9 and 12 113,879.84
13 Interest, taxes and expenses paid '
To the Poor
fot of the millions left by the
late Jloger1 C. Sullivan of 'Chicago
111 go to establish scholarships for
poor young men and women. .That's
What Boctlua Sullivan, tho pollti
olan's' son, shown above, has an.
Mouqccd he will do with his legacy.
17 Capital stock paid In
DEMAND DEPOSITS, other than banks, subloct to reserve
24 Deposits due tho Stato ot Orogon, and
deposits 'duo county or cities nnd othor I
public funds (27321.91
25 Individual deposits, subject to check ........ T. ' 13,205.98
37 Coshlor's checks ot this ftank outstanding '
payable on domand , 87.15
1 Total of demand dopoalts othor than ' '
bank doposlts, subject to roservo, Items
24. 26 and 27' , ...840,616.04
TIME AND HAVINGH DEPOSITS, subject to roaorre and
nnvnlila nn flnmnnri nnil nntilnrt In tintlrny '
29 Tlmo certificates of deposit outstanding 30.00
30 Savings deposits, payablo subject to notice.... -I 3,492.49
Total ot time anu savings deposits pay
able on, demand and subject to notice, '
Itoms 29 and 30 3,538.49
32 Dills payablo with federal reserve bank or
wltb other banks or trust companloi ...... 10,000,00
Total , 169,137.53
State of Oregon.
County of Klamath, ss.
I, Louis Boldiscbar, cashier ot tho above named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge
and belief. LOUIS BOLDISCHAR, Cashier
Correct Attest: ' ' .
g. M. HAMMOND, I
NED O'CONNOR, I
A. KALINA, Directors. , ,, .
' Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 9th day of Jaly, 1931.
M. M. 8TASTNV, Notory Pibllc.
(My commission expires March 9, 1928.)
TARIFF WllJi IIEI.P
HTAUT SHINGLE MILIrt
Herald WaAltlnjtton Ilnrrsa.
WASHINGTON, July It. Chair
man Fordney, of tho house ways and
means commlttoo, In submitting a
mnjorlty report on tho tnrlft bill to
tho house, stated that protective rates
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Iln also declnrod that retaliatory
duties on lumber were required to
protect Northwestern manufacturers,
Hnaerially require wore
ashI alteaiUon than older
lle, aoraaae the accoanaseda
tloa la more active. Wo have
aa laatrnmcnt which eaabtea
a to doiemitito tho aasotat
and character of eye trovfcte,
rvra la a child two or three
years oM. jji
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GUY GARRETT, Mgr,
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W4Mklr $5.00, up
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FLY-TIME IS HERE
We have a large stock .of SCREEN
DOORS in three designs; to fit all
regular door opening.
These doors are made of clear, kiln
dried, California white, pine cov
ered with the best grade of rust
proof, galvanized wire, and put to
gether with hardwood wedge dow
els a patented process which
makes an exceedingly rigid door.
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