rp'l t7 D, ", D'K3'Y3 3.H7 ,!(. .Ji JfiflWfl J iHji"Vflt . A Clou Ad Will Do It ..; Member of the Associated Press. -tt-r- 1 j&clijifni'li icMRTI. nniiiM'tiih vmi No.oii i. KLAMATH KALLH, OltLGON. WKD.VKSDAV, HKPTKMIIKIt 7, Ilttl Sta IEunftuiftalTIJSl! 4 -' w ' ft nriiwir""1! E IS TO IlOHnilUIia, Kept , 7- Tim trial of Dr. Ilruinllnlil on tlm clinrgu of kill In i: Dnnnlns Kilnnnll will vnlnrl In Douglas county Wednesday, October firth. Judgn IHiiKlinni nnnounrod thin inernlni: nftor donylng tlm ilofonsu motion for a clmngn of venun to Lane county, lit fixed tlm (Into nftiir A. N. Orciitt, llrumfluld's cnuunol asked for italny. District Attorney Nnunor ntinoun cfl tint proiuicutlon wus.rondy to proceed nt onrn and suggested that two weeks would ho long unoiiKll do lay, but did not Insist on mi enrllor data, Ho Raid tlm ntntn nlno exported to bring wltqcsson from Canada. Judgo lllnghnm In denying thn itio llon for cuango of vuuuo mild "I bollnvn thorn nrn many imiti In Dou glas cnutur who hti'vn not titlkod with wllni'-mw, who did not nttend tlm Inquest, nnd havn not read tho full details of tho case, I hnvn of ton visit of (til county. People horn nro much tho mhio ns In Mnrlnn county. Thoy am good, UirlKht citizens who hollevo In fnlrnoss and will glvo It to others ELECTION IIS Among the Hum considered by tho council lait night and"rtMl on wiro tlm allowing of G ' day rent al to ownors of buildings for poll ing place fnl tho special election August 12 ,nlo l"0 of M a Iny to clorkn of tho election. Thn Ukenldn Lumber company bill unit tho Mnllory gnrago account woro laid over until noxt moetliiK for proper ondorsomont. Tlm claim of tho Herald lubtUliliiR company for publishing notice of InvllInK bldn for nawer bonds wus disallowed an tho notlcn had not run sufficient tlmo. Counrllmnn West moved that all claim bo allowed except that tlm namo of (loorgo McDonald bn strlck im off tho regular payroll for Aug nnt undor tho 3 day ralo of pay, as ho wan now drawing $140 per month. Tho following permit-; woro granted, .Hugh J. Marnhall to rcmod id hall lit KlRhth and High street, ennt J 200; W. W. Conncra ,to build hM addition to houno at 1327 Sargent nvonuo; Dan rorlltnrd, to build storeroom 24x40 In Nicnoin nddltlon. cont 12000; Ij. W. llardln. permit to build throo room liouso, electric -wiring, brick chimney, city water In Knlrvlow nddltlon, coat $300. Tho tfouncll rofuaod to nl- low deary Harlow u llconso to run tho Mooru llcomlng houno until tho illy o'rdlnnncca woro compiled with! Kred IIuohIiib wna nrnntcd a ponnlt to remodel und ropjilr framo build InRS nt 1022-24-26 Main atroet, on tlnmted .com $1000, nnld com to Includo plato Klnaa windows; u permit was granted Hons Chrlat lannon for building n boat houno nnd garngo on Trout Btroot, Ship plngton, coat $400, An nrdlnnnco nuthorUIng n con tract with tho Loronz rompnny for ' repair work on Sixth Btroot, con noting of drnlnngo Item, $7,878.85 nnd pump Installation Item $1,226, una passed; contract with samo toiupnny for Mills Kowor bomls nlso adopted, coat ostlmutod nt $G0, 088. IB, Ordlnonco nuthorUIng con tract with Warren Construction company for scarifying Sixth slroot ndoptod. CHtlmatcd 'cost $1,086.80. Orillnniico declaring lion on pro norty llnblo to Improvomont adja cent to alloy In lllock 37 pnssod to socond rondlng. ' Councllmnn Hawkins inovod that tho city uttornoy draft an amond mont to tho vohlclo ordlnanco pro hibiting "turning botwoon Intor RocUona" on Uio stroost of this city, following' tho recant trattio diffi culty arising from no ordlnanco to covor this, dofoc Tho wpton enr-rliil.t IE N N HELD COUNCIL MS Sanitary Condition Improved GO Per Cent Says Physician l)r II I. I) Ktnwnrt, niinllnry offi cii r; stated IiihI night In regard to tlm Improvement of n'lnltiitlnii In tlili illy tlml lining zoro (in ii point to gungii liy, tho Habitation Im- priivoiinmt In IIiIh city itlnco tlm In- cuptlon of tho campnlKn hud roach eil tho 00 degree point, and thnt thin point represents thn IioIk'X nmched whoro no outlay of capital had linen required un either tho part of tlm city or tlm householder. l)r Blownrt Mated that he wun plonnod to report that tho poop'o tt thin city hid nioro than ronchol thn "half way point" In regard to as sisting tlm officer In their cam- palKti. Mnny housoholtlorH had no forn tfio Inspection of thu city bo- Kan by Officer Hrnntlcrihurg had cleaned up and ImprovoJ tho out houses which had been In bad con dition. FOR SATURDAY Saturduy inafnlng at 10 o'clock In tho DUtrlct court at Jackionvllln, bnforo JudKo V. M. Calkins, thn mo tion filed by tho county court to dlsiolvo thn Injunction null, Insti tuted by Frank Ward against tho Klamath county court last Decem ber, will bof argued by Charles Stone, attorney for Frank Ward and Krcd Mills, representing tho county court. ' Iast Doctmhor.Judga Calkins granted an injunction tho effect or "which Is to restrain thn ccunty court from completing tho Hot Hprlnxs eourthuuso. On July 11, following a supromu court doclslon at Siilcm madn by Judgo Ilcan, tho county court filed n motion asking tout tho Injunction bo dissolved In order to proceed with thn comple tion of tho Hot Springs building Loan Meeting Called By Legion Tonight Instruction for filling out appllrn tlons for thn statu uld to rx-scrvlce men, cither loan or bonus, will bo glvon at n special meotlng of Klu ninth l'ott of tho American legion In tlm city hall, nUrtlng at 8 o'clock tonight. Application blanks havo Just boon received from tho ttuto commission. All former sotdlors who wish to tako ndvnntago of tho state bonus measure nro urgod by J. 11. Cnrnnhnn, post commandor, to bo ou hand. THE JEWEL HE Starting at C o'clock yesterday afternoon, Culinary Allinnco pickets, bearing placards declaring tho Jnwol Cvfo unfair to union in on, patrolled until midnight In hn effort to de tract trndo from tho enfo pending sottlomont of a labor dispute. A slgnod statement from tho ox ocutlvo committed of ho -Culinary Allinnco, Ed Wild and Charles Mc Millan, glvon to tho prosH today statos that far two yearn past n work; lug ngrooirent hns oxlsted In tils city with tho enfos, expiring Novom bor 1, Violators of rulco In tho union Woro fined. J, PoRplsll, pro prietor of tho Jowol, notified union waitresses Hint Monday ho had re moved tho union houso card nnd was "open ahop," It Is said. No with drawn! of this decision could bo mado and tho oxocutlvo commlttoo con atritod PosplBU'n action n flagrant violation of tholr contract. A special mooting of tho union .was hold nnd n voto was tnkon forbidding mombara to work undor such conditions. Douplto tho plketlng of the cafo, I'osplsll doclaros that business Is continuing fair and that he Is having nil his help can handle, i nt m INJUNCTION SET UNION T L I m LIT HAS A FUTURE "With Its enormous stand of whltn plnn timber, tho most beauti ful I hnvu over seen, and with tho lakes nt Its doorstops' offering such firm manufacturing sltos, It Is ob vious that Klamath Kails Is destin ed for great development," said Thomas J, Humblrd, president of tho Humblrd Lumber company, which operates four big mills In Idaho, Washington anil Hritlsh Col umbia, and president of tho Wo'y orhaousor Hales- agenry, thn largest lumber distributing corporation In thn world. Tho agency normally handles mora than a billion fcot of lumber annually. "Hut we'll not do It this year," said Mr. Humblrd with a whimsical smile. He refused to glvo an opinion as to thn length of tho readjust ment period. "What do you think," ho counter questioned, Intimating that It wan u ranttor of guess work. "Hut don't think I'm a pessimist," ho qualified a moment later. How ever, hn said, thoro was llttlo llkll- hood of a normal resumption of tho lumber business while frolght rates romalnoil high and wages In tho building trades stood at tho war lavol. Mr Humblrd caught bis first BlImpKo of the. plno bcctlo nt work, whon ho mado a trip Into Infested Klamath timber with J. F. Kimball. Ho had heard of tfao damago before anil has taken tho matter ud with tho congressional representatives from Idaho, urging tholr support for tho McKary bill. It'sVoIng to tako n loUof ef fort to mnko tho congressmen soo It," said Mr. Humblrd. 'Tho re publican administration seems- to fcl It Is pledged to economy, and they will not let go or a dollar un less they seo whero It will mako a bundled. However, It scorns that thoy arn willing to spond money for rcforestratlon. Docs It look like good business to spend millions to plant now forests, and retuso thou sands to preserve trees that havo been growing for 600 yoarsT" Mr. Humblrd vlsltod tho Pelican Hay Lumber company's plant, and praised tho efficiency of tho oper ation. Ho said tho Ewauna Hot factory was u revelation to him, and he considered tho speed with which tho plant turned lumber Hnto sash nnd box shock llttlo short of marve lous. WKATUKIl ItKI'OItT. Orogon Tonight and Thursday, fair. I , l- " .-- r ,w - v "i 'i , CIIIISID TO DEATH AT, PEU CITY i;imer Patterson, ngcil eighty fears, was Instantly Ifillcd lasiisvcnlng at l'ellcnn City when ho was caught be tween a backing wagoBjjJilKYln by tlcorgo Isham, anMptoyeflVof thu I'allcun Hay Lumber comM&y, -nnd tho loading platform. Hlsjiltull was crushed. Ho Is tho ion .of Mrs). Mr L. Patterson and Is also survlvW by two small sisters and a youngerbro'tbHir. Tho family camo hero Uirtte' weotfs ago from Coqulllo.rcgon, joy visit Mrs. Patterson's brothorCat Ifoucan City. -. S;2J According to tho reoprljo Vne cor oner, 'Klmcr, his slitfrV Marcrpt and Vera, and MariJtaV-ond Thco doro Cooper, had boon fV'nrnctl by Mr. Isham to cease playing round tho. wagon. Thoy woro jumplng'otr andl oft and bo feared for.Uiir.Mtl.-lI thought, they had obeyed tho. warn ing and gave all his attention to back ing Into the platform. Klmer vldr ontly was trying to climb Into, the wugnn bed from ,tho rear And pr tably slipped and was caught bo tween tho end of the wagon bed and platform. Tbo screams of tho, other children attracted Mr. (sham's At tention too lato. The boy probably dlod Instantly, according to Dr, K. D Lamb who was summoned to give aid. " Tlmo for tho funeral has not been dotlnltoly fixed but It will probably be held tomorrow. DRILLING AGAIN nrilllnc' was resumed at tho Siemens well today. The bolton of tho well was cemented for tho third tlmo recently and tho drill Is now going through thojeoment had not hardened, lato reports thU af- tornoon wero more favorab!oanil It Is said It Is set. However, It will not bo definite ly determined until the drill peno- tratos tho cement. Should tho cc ment fall to hold this time It Is nnnounced that no further .attempt will bo mado.to cement It but the drilr -will go down. In expectation that a gushor of sufficient strength will be discovered to force .the w tcr from the woll. i BA11V 'HOY ARRIVKH A seven and one-half pound baby girl was born last night .to Mr. and M,rs. Edgar Pomroy of Fort Kla math. Dr. a. A. Massey wa la at tendance, . ABOUT THIS TIME OF YEAR Warden Thinks Roy Gardner is Still On McNeil's Island M'NEIL ISLAND, WASHING TON', Sept. 7r Hoy Oardnor, ei capcit bandit, was still at largo this morning, although Warden Malonoy believes .him .to 'bo hiding on tho Island. Guards aro watching- to pre vent him escaping to tho main land. Tho 'denco growth makes tho beat ing of brush Impossible. Lowardim Dogart, tho convict who was wounded when Gardner escaped, Is recovering. Ho tbld of ficers that Oarndor said he had arranged with guards to , permit tholr escape and that i the guards would .shoot but not to ktll.'v The-Fi this wee "klvcr tolklUr'i whin'thi BhnogncU- meni .was mio max tno unevroiet hni(dpied)iipolrfpriU bringing thaf. machlne;iojC5lf.-o.BJ. KtaMath FflJrJnKji!tfIU)ibov'o whaUthe Ford sells ;for here. At this price Iberu Is.no jeason why tho sales, of tho Chevrolet should. not jump ahead by leaps ani bounds. -Already thlrty on Chevrolets havo been sold this year, add U will be surprising It. this flguro is. not doubled before the sea son cloaca. i i Mi In speaking of tho new price 'to day; Mr. Arcns of the White Pclicn garago said: . - "This new price brings the Chevro let to a point -whero It can bo pur chased 'hy 'anyone wishing for-"an aUtomol-lle. The 1S22 Is unquestion ably far In the lead In its class and may bo 'considered the ery best -car over built by the Chevrolet company.1 ii has spiral bevel gear rear end, ra- dax bearing drive shaft, externally ad lustatile, French typo zenith car buretor, Improved Ttoniy Ignition, Wiltard battery, honey comb radiator and dimmer adjustable headlights. These Indicate what the buyer real ly gots for his money. ' At tho new price, I expec i to sec morn Chovroleta sold In Klamath county this year than any other make of car, for tho value Is there." Naturally comparisons aro mado - fi hetunnn mm In thn simo class, nnd while Mr. Arens "cUlmflnho.ChevroIet la In a. class bv-itself.i buyers are proneWexamlnij IntoMh? merits of Its nearest competitor the Ford This examination discloses the fact that with the Chovrolet there''Is a1 real Ignition system, high class car- tNEMIT, PRICE ISHflRQ r ni niii' iTni"n'nn PjnuMjJ! d IrtinsJott tttTiJdylulow' j m.i - 1. 1 1 1 .i.i iii JldlUmjUlBUt slllver-trimr 111 .! ',H4 III I .IT" S CHIEF i i.l GETS PAST PlI 1 ' i l. f i H " The deadlock whlcn fits exlstes) In tho city council since last Feb ruary over the question of paylflff H. S. WHon a salary as chlet ot police -was broken last night whe tho absence ot Councilman BogardV usjnadejt possible for Mayor Wiley, to cast.tbede,cldlng voto, and. there by break tho trluravlrato rule wktcjb, has, .faced him. jln the' past (aU months.' , ...", After rpatlne 1siffiajra1 'baa b kcn(car,pf, t'be' salary bills of tb .t cmuiuTen cjuhd id ana cosi- cllman'Vollmer in 'his nsuaf moBta'-, ly statement'1 moved ''the salary ot 1.''H.; Wilson and the back oV e Oeorge"rMcbonald be' ' disallow This motion was seconded by Cdua- cflirfsn VcCollum.' '' A roll calf 'by the polfee Judge round the roto tie1,' diSunCllma'n Vollmcr afld"McCbiriiinj f8r tho motion. Hawkins andf'Woirtf against IU A stllln'ss''relfne'44r tho 'room and all eyes of the coa- ell were 'upon Mayor Wlloy who af one cast the negative bote, 'Th-' motion was then declared lostr'aat by that action. Chief' .Wilson today will receive a warrant for1 C0S Last night, the salary duerChtot Wilson had reached the, l,l point. .. Judge Kuykeadall In the xlreolk court recently overruled a-deaarreo In tbo case ot. IL S, Wilson asalast. tho city of Klamath Falls la..tas matUrKof,, back. aaUry ,de U plalntlff-.ajaounUns; t,otl,f37S, aad, gaye defesidants actlce, that ,te. daya, would-be allowed, to, file, a answer. Tbo tlase elapsed wlthMt a reply jwd.lt . - ssid after tlfm, vot tjrokli-&je;'c MiqsJu4 Ual this suit filed by Wllscn would a"ls" terminate the back salary question. Among spectators Vbo bad watckL ed this deadlock' from Its beginning? a number remarked that they ex pected tho confirmation of II."1 fe?V Wilson as chief ot police followsV tho. disposal of tho salary question.! Had this question been raised last' night, It Is said, all the troubles ot Mayor Wiley In Tcgard to bis ap pointment 'would have terminated as the balance ot power was shifted to tho administration forces. ' Chief Wilson In a statement after tho voto was taken and his salary allowed saldrt"lt Is some relief fsr both McDonald and myself and thai policy of the antl-admlnlstratloa members to literally starve me oat has failed. The .opposition members thought that I'd resign rather than starve and I've dono neither.! I eaa take up my work now unhampered." Why did they not prefec charger against mo and accuse, mo of Im proper conduct ratbor, than pursue the tnctlwineydia? Well, It Is ovorlomporarlly -n.tJeat?,' Fine Buck Bagged ' By Local Hunters E. O. DavU and -Jim JCearns woroi very fqrtunato Sunday when they both tire,!) at a four point black tall buck. A kill was registered and both men, sharp tho. honors veryireadf. Ily as to "who killed It,' ,Tho deer was secured midway be tweon, Keno nnd Rpeqrer Creek about IX o'clock In the foronoou and .whon dressed. wQlghQtl 207 pounds. Mr. Davis will havo the head mount ed. ,,, , r WWWAMWMMWWWWWWWWWyyW buietor, pump water cooling system, n BROKEN pump fores feed oil system, a four door body, rondorlng It 'accesslblo on tho drlvnr's sldo.' three' speeds for ward and o.i3 bai;k. thus permlttjnii" of thn negotiation of hills bn intor medlato Keriri with Its consequent 8alng 'of oil. gas and wear on the motor. Heretofore tho only critic ism of (ho Chevrolot has boon thht tho engtno was'too' powerful for the rest' of 'the car and 'it has been 'tho aim ot the company to make tho rost of tha car as good' as the 'motor. This hns been' accomplisheil In the '19JJ11 model, n the 192" model tbs.bigh (lore!: of lmproYen)cmt ,has been mnlntalimdvaqd,Jn addition, has beei added, thoso( llttlo refinement and luwrAvenjeqtsthA,,, eareaea ,04 d(nad,,paao(ecasarjrjto.,ke(ip) the, Chevrolet, fai; la tlw.leadt itajaaaiH est competitor. -- -ei' -wSi tUKf ittuJK !ir.2 'a3 Ui VUJI , !, I.. k' is.r "tif .6fl tUM H'i.