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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1921)
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KLAMATH FALLS, ORKOON, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1M1.
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it Work (ui rrsursrtd last sight at
7 o'clock at the Crater Oil aad Qu
rompany, thn "flaVUng tools" secured
I bad rrsnciaco arrmajr cmnaay
Might with W. C. Lehman, geologist
and ainunr of the rogepaar. There
m do delay. Company tnerka war
jat tha atatlon awaltlnie delivery and
when all .were loaded, tha Journey to
Ube wall waa made and tbo drlllani
aat to work to flah out thn drllL -which
waa lout July it.
' This morning at 10:30, Mr Lab
matt waa In the city and reported
that tha toola which worn fast In tha
wall had bean taken out In ale houra
(and that the drill wat plugging down
iarard at a good clip. Tho depth re
jvorted wa 600 'foot. ArraaganMnta
were balng made to alnk 12 ch
rasing In the wall as 'soon a 4 ho
JlOOO foot depth waa reached1, 'flit
(point la expected to tx reached 1lh
'In ton dayn from dale. Mr. Lehman,
t stated that he thought that It rwa
btl to makn inch arrangement liev
'to going through ftha blue efcafa.
alnra It waa qultn poaalbln that "an
oil aand would hn encountered 'be
neath It.. - '
Mr. Lehman returned front. tUn'i
trip 'to both Han Francisco ang Tjm
Angeles and reported that hla Meet
:aa the oil altuatlon hare waa -ance.
I Increased atnea departing 'rata thia
action. Tin had many talk wttfh oil
mm la the aoutbern country about
ta.lt aectlon and ita posalhiiltlo a and
many Inquiries were made abftut tha
atrlka orer In llumbolt countt y near
Experienced drillers and ''wild cat
.tern" all voiced their belief that tha
California strata of oil aanikM stretch
ted through the Klamath Uelley and
point to tha atrlka at Kursk, aa arid
anca of their belief. A ccmporMon
abowa tha blue abate or tho Humboldt
region and thla anctlon ao similar that
It la evident that underlying at) thla
roaat region, thla samo strata will
Mr. !ehman found much activity
In oil development In Southern Cali
fornia. Thla aoctlon la backing up
Ita belief In Ita possibilities wltiioat
any regard to the financial sltuUlo.
There waa ao cry of bard times !
people worn making tho moat o(. tilr
preaent condition. '
In commenting on the great strike
that waa mado at Huntingtoni Beach
near Ioa Angolas, Mr. Lctiman re
marked that deaplte akeptaclam In
tha very region of the drlltng, and
even after the first oil waaibroaght
Jn, advert ciitlclam did not deter
tha onea who backed their belief
with dollar from going ahead with
their work, and after the field came
In big, then the very ones who doubt
ad mado a ruah for ihe atock for
aala but In many Instances ware too
late. Commenting on the Blgaal Hill
atrlke made four days ago In Califor
nia, he aald tbo development of tha
region waa alrolmr to hat. It waa
her and that aectlon waa soon to
be humming with drills and rigs.
Tho oil world had Ita eyes opened
whan the Humboldt county wella in
Northern California wore sbruck aa
It waa the flrat oil ever found above
San Francisco which carried the r, pa
cific gravity and parratlne baso ao
highly desired In oil otrlkes. Tola
fact, Mr. Lehman atatod, waa ono
which would cauia the big conapa
nlaa to Invado tha region near l'et-
rota, m tho Union Oil company ha
'done. Thla company naa aocurea
many leaaea near tho scone of tho
Petrola strike and qlvcs an Indica
tion that big money la going after
big atakes. Mr. Lehman elated that
Be believed Ban Francisco waa secur
ing much i frado and finances from
the oil activity, north and south of IU
j II Don J. Zumwalt and craw or out
t'Mowa doing soma surveying wotsJ
"Rmjmat Near Beer"
LOH ANORLBfl, Aug. 16--6erera
former saloons wars -raided In Los
Angeles during tha Elka' convention
In Jaly on a charca of aelllna near-
beer that waa too-near.
Thla refreshments committee of tha
Mnnly-ftrst division reunion to ' be
hMtd there Keptember 34 and I 26
promises) to have.sn analvala mada
of tha Ittulda to be aerved at tho regl
msnttal banquets during the gather
ing and' It aay aro found to be "near"
to-refect tAara. 4
That la fba committee's atatoment
laau4 tadatv. "Take It anv war Vou
cbooek" it aays. '
Highly Imarcastd with Klamath
hovpllallty'the rortland Ad club car
avan, 'after an overnight stay here,
left early thla morning for Hand,
where a reception and aage ben din
nr awalta them thla evening. Kla
math Kails wa the first place on
tba trip that r-aat out a reception
canmilttra to meet tho caravan and
dUla attention wan greatly apprecia
, Mutual good will mas eiprraaed
Ur rpeaksrs for tho local chamber of
roininesVa ana thn vlsllora at last
owning' banquet at the chamber of
Krlc'V. Ifauaer, president of tba
Crater Lake company, atalid ho
would be back In a couple of woska
to lay before local reeldeata a plan
for Crater Lake development that
ha believed would Increase tourist
travel greatly. He did not go Into
details but hla hearers gathered that
ho referred to development of tha
"eeenla circle', highway, Unking
major eoentc attractions of southern
Julius L. Meier acting president of
tba rortland 1P2S expositien: !(. C.
Stodgktna, vice president of the As
sociated Industries of Oregon; Wil
liam J. I'lpcnbrink, secretary of the
ad club and A. H. Devera, Portland
Wholesale merchant, gavo friendly
jw-4 Inspiring talks.
K. II. JSsIl, president of the cham
ber of commerce, welcomed tho vial
tors and explained local resources.
Fred A. Osker waa' tha only other
Memibara of the visiting party
were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Tab
beta, Mr. and Mrs. George L. Itaucb,
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Pleperbrlnk,
Mr. and Mra. Charles Mllllnson, Mr.
and Mrs. O. K. Komptoo, Mr. and
Mra. R. K. Woods, Mr. and Mra.
Holland Prentlaa, Mr. and Mra. A. R.
Hunter, Krlo P. Hauser, Rupert
Ifauaer. Julius L. Metr, William
Boyd, Roy Heath, If. C Hodgklns,
Robert K. Hmlth, A. TJ, Campbell, A.
H.-Devera, Dr. John Beaumont, J. C.
Kngllah. Richard English, Ben Tt.
IJimpman, J. P. Parker, O. Clark
Loiter, A. W. Cawthorn, all of Port
land. UVtTOCK HOLD TO
Sheriff Ix)j thla afternoon con
ducted the sale of stock upon which
Judgment was secured In tbo case
"V. H. Johns, The Montague Bank
ing company and A. W. Kite against
.Walter C and Hklbert K. Smith last
month In tho circuit court. Tho sale
waa held on tho Ankeney ranch
thrco mllea southeast of thla city.
Iu the trial, the Smith brothers se
cured a Judgment against Johns et
al but one of those legal twists oc
curred, and thla afternoon tho de
fendants, Johns et al, are doing the
selling to satiety a $3,994.15 judg
ment. The salo started at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. W.uD: Ryan 'left for. Denver
this morning aftora visit" bore 'with
hor brother, William Kltesner. Mra.
Ryan wat accompanied by,hord'a'Jgh
ID -U IS
TO COME HERE
A. H. Wiley known all over the
coast region aa "Inspiration Wiley,"
the man whose record on mining and
oil locations havo been in tha minds
of prominent mining mining and oil
financiers for years will b asked to
come to Klamath connty by local
oil people to look over and report
upon the local field, according to an
uouncemont thla afternoon.
Wiley Jumpad Into promlnenco
about IS years ago hon ho went
to Arizona and located the faracui
"Inspiration" gold and copper mine.
Another accomplishment of Wiley
was thn perslstenco he displayed will!
the Shell company In having them
sink a well on "Signal Hill," about
20 miles from Ixxi, Angeles. Just
four days ago tba Shell compaay
brought in a fine paying well, aad
other companies drilling there report
Tha local oil roan aay that Wiley
Is the foremost practical geologist In
tla weat and concede that upon tr
try field which he has expressed bis
opinion aa woll aa sunk hla Individ
ual monoy, not ono haa aver failed
to produce. Wiley backs up his Judg
ment heavily and hla visit will not
coat anyono a cent. Ha Is Interest
ed In oil possibilities, aad eipraoaae.,
deetro to visit hare. The invitation
will bo sent to hlra at Los Artgales
For Ball Club
Tha city baseball league treasury
Is in tbe position of the fellow whose
rich aunt dies unexpectedly or whose
oil stock takes a sudden soar over
night. They've coma Into money that
thny weren't expecting.
Or at least they're going to romo
Into this sort of legacy as blacklo
McDonald, proprietor of tho Dream
land pavilion, announced today that
tomorrow night tho cntlro receipts
of the pavilion dance, abovo expens
c. nrould be turned over to the city
league. Thla In addition to the re
ceipts of tbe benefit dance tonight at
tbe Scandinavian hall, should shat
ter tbe deficit Into small bits and
leave a little surplus, perhaps. Tho
pavilion dances usually bring In a
goodly sum and Mr. McDonald says
he will hold out nothing on tho ball
toasers tomorrow night except ex
penses. Outside of tho tlmo devoted each
Sunday to holding the Indicator of
tho opposing horsehlda sluggers, Mr.
McDonald has abown his Interest In
local baseball by donating, in part
nership with Glover's Jewalry store,
a handsome loving cup to tbo team
that finishes first In thla season's
race. Ho believes In tho future of
city lesguo baseball and says that
he Is going to put on tho dance for
gc-Dd measure, to be sure that he
has done his full bit for the promo
tion of tha sport hare. Ho la ask
ing all followers of tbo national gamo
and lovers of clan sport to show
the'lr co-operation by attending to
morrow evening. Admission .wtrt be
91,00, Including war tax. Ladles wIlU
be admitted free, excepting pay
ment of ten rent war tax.
COUNTY FAIR WILL BK
FORUM TOPIC TOMORROW
. Tho coming session, of the county
fair on October S, 6, and 7, will be
tho topic at the forum tomorrow at
the chamber of commerce and Chair
man McNoally has announcod that
E. If, Thomaa county agriculturalist
will speak on tho subject, "Our
County (Fair" from tho standpoint
of the farmer. J. J. Furber will pre
side at tbo tornm and It la probable
that ono of the local merchants will
speaA 6tr (he fair from tht merchiuits'
DUBLIN, Aug. 16. Tbo first open
session of tbo Irish republican parlia
ment opened hero today with 130
members In attendance. The galler
ies were thronged and thousands
stood outside tbo doors tn a steady
downpour of rain.
De Valera, In tbe opening ad
dress, aald that Ireland stood for
tho-,o principles and Ideals which are
ririhodled In the American declara
tion of Independence.
He described Great Brltaln'a attl
tudo as that of a great nation de
manding a guarantee of safety from
a small ono when the case should
bo reversed snd tbo large nation
should guarantee tho safotjr'of the
smsll one. Ho said that Ireland waa
In tbe position of an uqartned man
facing an antagonist with a pistol In
hand. Ha pointed out ihat tho con
ditions surrounding the pesco nego
tiations wore virtually Impossible.
Frank H. Wfcilsh, Da Valera'a Amer
ican legal adviser, aat at( hlsrlgbt
hand during tbe address. "
At tbo close of the speech the par
liament adjourned untll'Jiomorrow,
.when a reply to Lloyd George s pro
posals will be considered in private
, r -T
Pergonal Mention j
Mr. 'and Mrs. Fred Bremer and
family, who havo been on an oxtond
ed vacation trip aro back.
Mra. M. Frskcs who has hecn at
Eaglo nidgo for tbo greater irl
'of the summer returned horn yes
terday on the boat.
Mrs. Minnie Adams accompanied
by her mother, Mrs. E. A. How.
ard loft thla morning on tho out
going train. Mra. Howard return
ed to her homo in, Red Bluff and
Mrs. Adams, who was at one time
a resident of .Klamath Falls will
go on to her homo In Msnltoka,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D.Mann aad
MUa R. T. and Ella Smith aro here
from Salem as tho guests of Mr. and
Mrs. D. M. Smith and family.
Tbo -Mooro brothers wero county
seat visitors yesterday from their
ranch In Poo Valley.
Mrs. Haiel Mechura who resides
In Poo Volley -was in town yester
day doing some shopping with Kla
math Falls morcbants.
Francis Hannon loft yesterday for
Malln wbero ho has accepted a posi
tion as manager of tbo general
Morey Applegatc, a brothor of
Mrs. W. O. 8mith, has been in
town from his homo In Mexico tor
tho past few days visiting his sis
ter and other relatives. Mr. Ap-
plegato will loavo on his return
Journey to Mexico Jn the morning.
Rosa Sutton was a county seat
visitor today from his ranch in the
Mr. Jarvls was a passenger on
this morning's stage bound for
Mrs. Nettlo Ellis Is in town for
a few days from her homo at Al-
goma visiting at tho homo ot Mrs.
Joa Mooro on South Riverside av
enue. Jamea Mooro arrived last night
from' Corning, California, for a visit
with hla undo, Joe Moora, ot tha
Western Transfer company,
1 W. H. Pankey "was In towu yes
terday from his ranch in Langoll
valley attending to matters ot busi
ness. Mrs. Ada Brown, who Is spend
ing tbe summer at Crator lako, was
in town yesterday making purchas
es from Klamath Falls merchants.
Mr. and Mrs, Art Langoll and
daughter aro in town from Bonan
za for a brlef'vlslt with friends'.
Mrs. Bert O. Thomas and .little
daughter, Mary, returned Sunday.
from Ohio where thty havo been
Will Plant Base in
Lake o' the Woods
The local sportsmen', association
has received word from A. F. Burgh
duff, state game warden, that be Is
sending a large number of small-
mouthed baas fry hero for stocking
Lake o' tbe Woods. Trout have nev
er dono well in thla water, owing to
depredations of chub which find tbo
young trout easy victims in shallow
water, It is said. It la hope by eporta
men that tho baa, propagation will
be more successful and solve tha
problem of providing fish In thla
OOLLBCTION SUIT THIRD
Tba case ot the Business Service
Bureau against Robert S. Fry far tbe
collection of, two accounts, one
amounting to $18.25 oMlgned by the
West End Grocery company, and the
other SIS, assigned by II. J. Wint
ers, was tried this forenoon IiTJui
tlco Oaghagens' court No decision
was rendered, the caso being taken
Tbe signing of the joint resolution
by President Harding that wag re
cently passed "by congress giving tha
state ot Oregon national recognition
to hold a world'a exposition in 1923
should bo the signal tor a state-wide
demonstration In recognition ot tbe
opportunity afforded to present, the
resources, acenla advantage and the
civilization wast of the rocklea to all
the world. i
Oregon has occasion to rejoice to
its fullest for tbe opportunity to
stage tbe first great peace-loving and
Industrial exposition since the close
ot the war, wherein the. nations of
the world will be our guest.
Therefore, s governor ot tbe state
of Oregon, I ask the people to lay
their cares aside for tho hour and
Join as one In bowing their acknow
ledgements to this wonderful oppor
tunity by participating with the great
metropolis of tho atate In their var
ious communities In holding a cele
bration In keeping with the signif
icance ot the occasion.
Wodnesday avenlng, August 17,
1921, at the hour ot 7:30 o'clock Is
the tlmo set by tbe exposition direc
torate for tho state to proclaim In
unison that tho spirit ot progress
mty continue to follow "westward,
where tho course ot empire takes Its
(Signed) BEN W. OLCOTT
making an extensive visit with
friends and relatives. Mr. Thomas
left yesterday tor the Klamath ngen
cy where he will be occupied tor
several days with business connect
ed with bis office ot United States
Mrs. Peter Bour was a county
seat visitor yesterday from bar
ranch home near Olene.
Mrs. O. W. Bmlth who haa been
visiting her sister, Mrs. A. E. Went
er left thla morning tor her homo
'in Redding, California.
Harrison Hoa'seworth ''represent
ing the ,'tterpool-LonJo-. Qloba In
auraiife company, wai in town yav
tdrday on company business.
,oils Iioajiand left eUorday tot
San Frnnclrco w'horo t? will' bo u.
tuinnd tor several dnyt attending tn
busfnoxs connected wi . his j-automobile
business. ' "'
Mlsa Elizabeth Harvey mid Mls E.
Landsky have returned from a. most
delightful outing at Big Huckleber
The Whit Pelican, hotel numbers
tt. P. Hauser ow'nir ot (.he'Multl'no
bam hotel, W, ". Boyd and J. L.
Molr, ot Melr and Frank'a department
tore, om'ongjha notable's on its rag
later sheet today,
UR LAUNCH N
TOiRRl E E
SIN nr AND
Tbe paving program which waa
adopted earlier ta the year by the
city council was carried eaa afep
further, la the passage of a resolu
tion last Bight to sarfaee Oak street
and the time limit eat for reason
atrancea waa September 6. Cost ot
paving with blthallthlc waa eatlaated
at 193,000, (with coacrete about f 91,
000. Tha streets which wero ooa
aldered In this resolution were Oak
street from Sixth to Spring; Walnut
from, Sixth to Nlath; Seventh from
Klamath Avenue to Oak; Klgkth,
from Walarrt to Oak; Ninth from
Klamath aremae to Oak.
Bonding houses whose clients have
money due them for pevlag beads,
aad tha latereet due om pemaats
which cornea up la October, were
brought, to the counclla' attention
by the police Judge bat ee there were
no funds available from the tarns
to pay them, tbe matter was isbltd
until another meetuuj.
As a measure to help the Pelican
City road, a proposltlea was xaad
to tbo city by A, Wleketrm last light
to place cladere la the "check kolea"
aad oa the aarteee of that road from
the city limits to Oregon aveaae. This
pfspooltlea waa accepted at the rat
of 11.19 -per. oiWc fid.layof Wiley,
M. S. West and J. B. Volhaer wlU be
the committee to supervise thla work.
George Tugnot last night requested
the return ot his money paid to the
city treasury for the paving of the
section of the street In front ot his
home on High street, as tbe warrant
issued blm several weeks ago was
returned to him for lack ot funds.
The unit of paving he paid for waa
sovefi finished aa remonstrances de
feated thn program on High atrest.
Tbe council wae Informed that a por
tion of this money was used In the
spvty ot tha program. The money
waa promised Tugnot aa soon aa the
next turn over t6 the city was made
by the county treasurer.
Dr. H. D. L. Stewart, health officer,
reported that the gophers a4 ether
rodents who live along tha banks ot
the reclaaaeiloa-eanal had bees bor
ing holes nT It and that aeepage was
bad In the ball park and tbe sanitary
condition, or the park, aa well aa ot
the old auto-camp grows?, was poor.
The council agreed to have steps
takento remedy tbla altuatlon.
Permits to purchase a standard
prisoners record form for the segre
gation of tbe county and city pris
oners at the city Jail waa granted.
A permit waa Issued to operate a
soda fountain and cigar stand In tha
Doer Head Grill to R..G. Follman.
A. B. Smith waa given permission
to build a wood shed on lot 4, block
8, In Falrvelw addition.
E. A. Qualf asked permission to
conduct the Hot Springs Rooming
House at 202 Esplanade. This per
mit Is to be Investigated.
R. L. Sutton waa granted a permit
to construct a 4-room cottage on lot
10, block CS la Second Hot Spring
The police Judge reported that the
vote, for tbo Mills sewer bonds, held
August 13, had been canvassed. The
bond Issue carried by a strong ma
jority and announcement waa mad
that O, C. Lorenx, who had the con- '
tract, was ready to start work.
No mention waa made of the over-ft
, ruling ot the demurrer filed by the
city attorney In the case of Henry
S. Wilson agalnat the city for 1375
back salary as chief ot police, this .
matter being postponed by the oppo
sition until the return o Council
man Bogardua who Is absent from the
ely, ' t-
.'. r " ' . r,
, Mr. and Mr. Harry Pelt, and fou
lly, accompanied by Mrs. PeRas
niece, left thla morning for a' ce'H
l'n trip lo tWr car.' ' ",
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