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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1921)
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'JU.AMTal. FALLS, ORKOOJf, TUESDAY, BEPTEMRER 18, lflSI.
PRICE FIVE CENTt 3
RIB. N THE.
aANfrrtXNcisco. coi., s.pt. ia.
Charge ttiat1-. perjury occurred
In to 'rostlmW'tlvon Moro ,h"
granu jury ;' msni urra " -vestlgatlon
lnlo""lb death of Vir
ginia Rappe, for' jvnooo murder, Fot
t 'Arbucklo In under ar,reat, worn
mode today 'by District Attorney
The district attorney - doclarsd
thai Mis Zoy Provost, alio known
si iij "'frjrvron, oh united her testl
maty fttfwrttwtff frond Jury from
th"sK Jfnii Wd '"sjrfe'n , previously to
the" tjollcsifsftdv district attorney.
wh(eh"Wu'tonA effect that Mis
iuip bd iotd ter that Fatty Ar
bufkfe caused her Injuries.
4Whethor 'or not' wo "will arrest
Zef' JPrpvott and charge her with
pArjirf. depends on developments,"
' lillMti ' f am -nlnonrf Mint
I irHlll Mill WMffiavvu .
lr' influence and promiuro of a
spfcrterenaracter has boon brought
'tf'Hjesr npon her and othor wit-
....-. . I
,' one of whom, Mlss Alio?
1 hM .tnrstarlanstr dlnoDDeared
Dm h'srhenti IB Uorkoley."
'Hhe lgraid Hntf" took a recess
'iiiy thlsaeYwttsg, deciding lo
mtit fur'iwtf tfnrtii mat ton before
, J ArtacVJ'wM Iht "last witness
'AarUd BsfVwsfl Inrtbe grand larr
.room 'for throo minutes. Other wlt-j
iiso told of the party In Ar
Working on Plane
rrFor Hart Building
, II. Hart, who contnmplatrs
the construction of a white stucco
Jbulldlng at tho corner of Hevonlh
sad Main street, W. I). Coates Jt ,
i,tie architect who plans tho th'aMo
,1a the propoaed building and 8. W.
0om, tho jloass attorney, spont
'jwalordoy In Chlloquln on business.
The party returned hero today to
consider features In tho construc
tion of tbt'balldlng.
f At the council last night. W. II.
Jld'herrcn yTfas . granted a permit
Armvo tho Army and Navy store,
which occupied a portion of the
gliding ,lotv to Eleventh and .Pine
streets, (nofdeV tto allow excava
danto.tjaglo. c '
r i r?
Deeth JJst t Grows y
' Now Stands at 200
. DALLAS, Tttxaa. Bept. 13. ne-
porU' from'r,th flood district In
aoutbern Teiaa brought tho doatu
list up IS tVft, today. Tho most aer
Ious1lossC;f life waa In tho Ban
Oabrlel river lowlands and In Wil
liamson and Mltam counties whero
ovr,lbbl bodloa wero rocoverod.
The property damage la large. ,
RAIIID OOIOTE KILLED
DY ROAD RKlAIIl CRKW
I LA PiNkViPra., Bept., 13 Tl
first rabWcoyoUt reported In aovorai
yoara wm. klliad a half mile, south
went of La.,Puo by men on tho road
crow working under County Comtafs
alonor af.'W.1 rCnlekerbocker oarlr In
tbd"wooki The animal waa beaton
la doaU Ith, clubs, aa nono or tho
men crrlod guno.
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SAWMILL EMPLOYRK LOSES TOR.
J. N.,arkor, an employee of the
Pelican iiay Lumbor comjtany, lost
theigreat'jUWoff bis Jott foot this
wording when it waa run over by a
log carriage. IIo waa brought to
tho "Klamath Oencrol hospital whore
an putatlon waa performed by Dr.
Lamb and .the wound waa dreesed.
ini'kction frem: injury
LOHKS FINGER FOR WORKKR
John BwarUfager ,hBd wn, little
linger removed1' this7 morning by Dr.
in n i.ak'aji thn re&uhi of an In
jury rooMfed, at tho nigJ"Lakea
piani a soupie ui wuaiui , iium
which Infoctlon derolopod. r
v WEATHER REPORT
OREQON Tonight nnd Wed
nesday, fair; heavy frost In east
porUoiTltW'bAOrhtag,' ' -
Veteran Minister ' '
1 Painfully ' Injured
v On Hunting .Trip,
The Hot. J. W, llryant, one of
the plonvrr Methodist minister of
Klamath county, suffered 1 tho loss
of his left oyo lal Thursday oven
ing whllii,, hunting door wllh hla
son Frank, . In tho Itarnea valley,
r. mllMi xuat of thin city. v Whlla
hanging up two bucka which thoy
had klliad, the block on t(u' hoist
ing taekl slipped and struck hint
In tho yt, bursting tho eye-ball.
A drlrii of 'tt rollaa wan mailo
Friday mornlng'Vanrt tho raM was
taken ovjtr by Dr. Oasa who' was
successful In, relieving the aged
minister afuWpaln. Tho Ilor. Mr.
llryant is V yoara of age. IIo Is
reported to bo recovering nlcoly
AM AUTO TURNS
Tho city council laet night took
action upon th rocent trouble aris
ing In tho pollen- court upon tho
question of automoblllsta turning
between Intersections, which no sec
tion In tho city ordinance cover.
The Amendment drawn up by City
Attorney Duncan and passed to Its
second reading prescribes the follow
ing regulation about turning upon tho
troeta In tho corporate limit of this
city: "All vehicle approaching an
Intoresectton of a road, street, alley
or nubile htahwtor with the Intention
ot turning thereat, shall In turning
to the right, keep cloto to the right,
and.n fuming to the left shall run
lo iid berond the canter of the Inter-
sociion qocjUmII bo lawful, for, any.
vojlicm any uoi ur aimer unj cir
cumMt.inrn to turn between tho Intnr-
Moctlans of streets except at tho point
of, and beyond the centar of tho line
of Intersection." Tho city council
will tako this amendmont up at Its
next regular meeting for final con
sideration nnd paoaage.
Provision was mad for tho preser
vation of tho paving on First avonuo
north from Oregon avenue. A mo
tion to buy GOO gallons of oil for
this purpose was carried1 Tho bond
of O. C. Lorena on tho contract for
the construction of the Mllla Addi
tion aewcra wa apnrovod. Tho Bhlp-
pkngton road whlci has been x source
01 irouoie wa oruoruu r:irwu "t
loads ot clndera being placed In the
-Councilman Wt moved that tho
street commltteo bo authorised' and
directed .to floor both bridge over
the canal at "Eleventh and Washing
ton, also on Eaplanado, with 2x4 la
mtaatod flooring. The mayor wa
Instructed to have tho street com
mltteo grade up oast Main and Want
land avenue. Tho dralnago from
tho eeptlo tank below the Beuthorn
Pacific track beyound tho box fac
tory waa takes up and tho city en
gineer Mated that corrugated Iron
drain plpo wan domanded by the rail
road company for placing under their
tracks. .Corrugated Iron plpo was. or
dered for thla purpose
Too 'ordinanco for Dlocka 16 and
87, brought up last week won paseod
last night, and Councilman Hawkins
moved tho preparation of 'a resolu
tion, for tho taking of any nocessary
atep to create a valid claim against
proporty to bo benefitted by tho Mills
Tho following permit vroro gran
ted ; Ouy E. Ekwall, construct garago
10x16 In Nichols addition; Mrs. -Isabella
Bplkor, woodshed, 12x14 at
1S21 Crescent avenue; C. J. Johnson,
move fra'mo structure 25x32 from
nueUa Vista addition to'NIchola addi
tion; W. Jl McPhorran, permit to
mov Army and Navy atoro to Ele
venth and Pine streets; Parka Schnei
der, building permit, addition to
building In Canal addition, 30x45,
estimated cost 11,000, for grocory
Councilman Dogardua waa tho only
member abaentfrom tho'meellng,
' GRANTED CITIZENSHIP
Aaron I). Lund, a natlvo of Swo
den,' was granted hi citizenship In
tho circuit court yostorday after
noon by Judgo Kuykendall. Lund
waa given hla certificate at the
close ot the hearing, i
ISMJOSTICL OUT SMOOTHLY
Comtldorablo Indignation han de
vnlopM among sportsmen over tho
action taken by tho California game
and fish commission 'In enforcing
tho law about bringing home tbo kill
nrndo there, nfter accepting the non
rialdimt 110 llcnni fee to hunt with
in It confines,
Callfonila ha not refused to take
Oregon money to hunt thero, nor ha
any hunter. It Is said, over been worn-
od at the time u. "hunting llconso wasKand tho childrona' demonstration un-
obtalnod that ho could not carry out I (Mr tbo guiaanco or rrang mwm
bis bag to his homo, whorovor It be. f promise to be a mvolatioa In It
In simple word, many aportamea self. Blnco tho auccesstul demons
say, "It I a poor rulo that doea notltratlons In tho county, and at Corval
work two wnya. If It Is fair for tba Ills during tho month of August, tho
norismon to comn un into OrecoD I bom and girl' club have mado
hunt and fish, tako Jiomo their
prltes, why should tbo balance all be
In their favor? Blmply because our
legislature boo not been moan and'
passed a elmllar law forbidding tho
taking out of tbo kill California
sportsmon como bore In largo sum-
bora why throw tho big harpoon
Into us who uro near tho border of
the two states by detailing a tring
of California game.wxtrdon along the-
M,hmT. tn imtmi nmmn neonlolorder m which tbr aro man, ii
for bringing their kill 'home? It I
wrong and thero is some'eptte work
tn connection therewith. If ao wai
ver is made, let us petition the Ore
gon legislature to change our lawjM
as to hit back at California. Thla
buslneo of 'fish and fowl' make no
"hit with u. )
The patrol maintained on the state
line by the California gam word
.NB, to- have becn-K red flag Ulaj -
yvar and It la aald that some oral
debates havo talton placo when'tbe
OrcKon hnntom have tried to bring
homo their kill. Some sportsmen aay
that this enforced search of tho cars
resembles the prohibition movement
and tn many coses has caused lncon
venlenco to travellers who aro north
bound. Bomo radical action baa been,
urgod among tbojsportnmon. by pco
plo who declare that they will got
tholr kill over tho border, llko the
bootleggers smuggle boozo from Ca
nada. Uort M. Wlthrow wrote to Sacra
mento relatlvo to tho matt or an vlo
had planned to bunt In California
and tho reply received from Ooorgo
Noalo, aaslstant In charge ot tho
northern division of tho Fish and
Gamo commission reads as follews:
Replying to yours 'of Septem
ber 7th will say that the law la
plain regarding transportation ot
game or any part thereof out ot
the state of California. "Every
railroad company, express com
pany, etc., etc.," and every other
person who transports, carries
or takes out or the State"
"Any doer, door akin or parts
thereof, any quail, grouao,
phosant or any of the game
birds or animal of tho Btato Is
guilty of a misdemeanor."
The Intent of permitting a non
resident to ahoot under a non
resident license wo to allow
them to ahoot and ubo game
while camping or on vacation
and not for tbo purposo of tak
ing the game out ot tho state.
There are bnt ao -or thjroo
litotes In tho Ublon that permit
the transportation ot any kind
of gamo out ot tbo State
Two Protest '
County Assessor William T, Loo
stated that but two protests bavo
been made at, the board of equali
sation since the board began Its
hearings this month. He claims
thatrthls record is excellent.
Mr. Lee,, also f state that on Sep
tember 1, fully' half of tho taxes
for tho year 1920 were In but big
rush would begin the first, week.
of October a,bead ot the sixth .day
when the penalty ot one per cent
took effect. All tho personal pro
porty tax tor 1921 Is in and ox?
coeds tho 1920 figures, roughly, by
living costs man.
WASHINOTON, Sept., 13 Living
costs aro( soaring according to figures
issued in flftoeu principal clttos, Buys
tbo Iturcau ot Labor in a statement
COlTf FAIR .
Mt- L 41 ... .. .! ..1
t inn njduiB nr'iiin cuunijr iiur ro
nrnrriuiVlMr mftnlh1v trvtnv. tnr.t... '
bwni of tho fair board aay, and tho'eoftest of accent, all the -whllo
coming display at tho show, October
S, 6, and 7 incluslvo, will bo much
of a aurprlso tcT tho people who bo
lkvod that la such a short time, a
real fair oould not bo organised.
In tho matter of exhibit, the farm-Ing
om have boon saving tholr cliolro
apoolmona for tho throo day evont
ndld progross. Their program
promise to be 'fine. ,
. Thn people who are figurine upon
nKloilntnBr AAfiMiMtnnsi fit fhn fair Will
do 'welt to tako up this uuntlon at j.
once with tho eocro'ary, Tloom 208,1
WIllltH building, a tbo local conccs-
sionaire win w given every uppur-
tunlty to secure a choi location,
Application will bo taken caro of.
howeverr, tho ecretary atate. in uio
la sold In thl porticUolr that from
tho Interest wblctTl taken by the
farming populace, a large croud will
bo present each of the threo" days
, Tho somo plan Is madn rel.ithe to
tba question of exhibits, save the
choice farm product before the frost
doe It work. Take In tho ttowon
and kaep.them where the) will flour
ish until the fair 1 otot. The bouso-
Wlf - I Jo be WXiorJn i.flr
and hor prize canning Is needed, as
la her "company best" presrv.w. As
to sunflowers, select tho big lod and
beftl for tho fair by all'mqins. Re
lative to lhostock, fatten up thctbstt.
and bring them In so that pooplo
can and seo realize what Klamath
county Is doing.
Complaints from Longell Valley
farmor that they are unablo to sell
or warehouso tholr grain here.
brought to the attention of tho Form
ers Marketing committee of the
chamber of commerce, ore not sub
stantiated by Investigation, says Sec
retary Stanley. Mr. Stanley mado this
state'ment following report to blm by
J. WS. Korns, chalrma. not the com
mlttee. Tho other members are W.
C. Dalton and County Agent E. H.
Secretary Stanley sold that If any
farmers would como forward with
deflnlto Information the Inquiry
would bo pursued further. It was
said that Inability to soil their crops
had halted harvesting on somo
reuchoe. Mr. Stanley said the.cham
ber of commorcows anxious to help
liquidate this year's crop as quickly
as possible, realizing ithe need of
farmers for all tho return that thoy
can, get from' their season's work.
There aro said to bo four buying
agencies In tbo local field. The Her
ald was a bio -to get In touch today
with one, tho Martin 'Bros., Milling
company, who said that they wero
taking al grain .offered thorn
Seek to Foreclose
Labor Liens by Suit
Frank E. Dyer' is plaintiff in a suit
filed In the curcuit court yesterd.O'
against the Grisos Lumber company
for a laborer's-llon consisting ot thu
alloged claims made by J,oo Provo.'
. Peters, John 1. Taylor, O. L.
Chandler for tho Joint sum of, wages,
tiling and attorney fees, amounting
to $r,C09.40. Tho suit Is brohght by
Dyer on an assignment of wages mado
by tho laborers employed by a-!es
who allege that thoy performed vari
ous services during the period ox
tending from March 18" to July ll
1921,'for tho defendants and recehed
no compensations -
Director of Bombay
Girls School Studies
I .Customs of America
,MIm Cool Dahadurjl wo the
nnrao a quaint and' interesting looV
Ing llttlo1 lady gave this morning
at tho depot r"I, am on my way to
Ban Francisco, Loii tJAngoJr8, th
Yosomlto park, then last and from
Nn. Vr1 liAma .viiln In.llfiinlin
,un w. mvm.v. p.u w-..um.mu,
India." MlO CODtlaUOd to Sttr in tho
smiling in a most engaging manner.
Her traveling gown, was unusual,
a natlvo thing of palo green, with
nn embroidered, border all around
It, and wjth a bit of wide lace hslp
to form j a decoration for the
skirt and at tho same tlmo mako
a bodlco, too. The groen stuff was
madO'lnoney long atrip which Mis
Dahadurjl draped about her, allow-
Ingdt.to.flnlsh upoa a scarf about
hor smaH curly bead. ,
Mts IUhodurJl.hu been In Amer
ica studying homo economics In or-
dor Jo eerfect herself for thn nod
trtm4ho bold asbosd of a eoliego
for Blrln,-Jn Dombay.
H COT IN
WASHINGTON, Bept. 13-Reduc-tlons
by western railroads in rate
on cattle, hogs, snd ,hoop, effec
tive September 20 and amounting
to 20 per cent In cases whero the
present rates sre higher than SO
cents a ''hundred pounds; has been
authorised, the Interstate commerce
commission announced tode.y. A
me commission saigb iair.-e re-
trm. who htn Imm -ttuvll .frtn.1 1
era, who have been -heavily affected
by the rapid decllae In livestock
rracucaiiy an rates irom points
west ot the Missouri river to Chl -
cago and from all points weit ct
tne uocay mountains, -win oo
ducod from 1 to 25 cents a hun
Prizes by C. of C.
For Best Products,:!"' JST.
Tho chamber of commerce, says
Secretary Stanley, is offering prizes
for tbe bost 'specimens of grain and
gnnui crop brought In by growers.
The products will be exhibited at tho
chamber rooms until tbe county fair
opens, when tbey will 'be displayed
at the fair. After the fair tho best
specimona will be chosen for perma
nent display at the Oregon state ex
hibit In Portland. Specimens should
be tied securely In bundles at least
throo Inches around, measuring be
neath the beads, says Mr. Stanley.
The prizes have not boon dotinltely
determined but he said that probably
one dollar prizes would bo awardod
tho leading displays.
Loss in Shipment
To Be Discussed
The forum at tho chamber ot
commerce today will deal with tho
question ot"Ovor. Short and Dam
age" done to shipments In railway,
oxpress and .United , States mull
packages. J. J,' Miller, agent of the
Bouthorn Pcltic railway here, will
deliver a IS 'minute address. J. J.
Parker, . American Railway Express
company and W, A. Delzell, post
master. will each talk tlvo minutes
on the" same topic.
Mr. Miller's address will covor
tho proper, way of preparing ship
ments'' so that neither tbe shipper
nor tho transportation agency will
suffer loss. A campaign to pre
vont loss Is now underway on tho
Southom Pacific railway,
rOF SHERIFF'S SALE
A motion to set aside the shorlft's
salo In, tbe. case ot W, C. and Halbort
E. Smith, commonly known as Smith
brothers, was filed in tho circuit
court this afternoon by J. H. Carna
han, attorney for tho partners. Tho
original case was, Smith, brothers
against W, H. Johns, Montague
Banking company and A W. Kite,
trtod In the1 circuit court July 13.
WOOL MEN'RiP -,
DIJHW0ND LAKE -
A it out flinty lhaii. siBMsWiHaa' tsM si
Diamond takeMUeaal swrW.M
proposed, by the .McKary bllLnoMJ
deprive livestock growers ot vala-j
able grazing territory, beside crtH
ating a harboring and"? reed tag
ground for wolves and. other pri-j
datory animals, the Klamath Conn- ,
ty Wool Growers association, meott
Ing hero Saturday evening. ' unanj
Imously passed resolution oppos
ing the proposed annexation.
"Wo respectfully Implore our
senators and representatives," says
tbo resolution." to look well to' the
oconomlo Interests ot the state ratti
er than to the Ideal theories of
what I best." ' - - ' -J
Appreciation ot the attitude of
Ilend und 'vRosebarg tcommerstsl
clubs' In opposing the . anriesattek'J
plan Is contained" In the rosoIUejaj y
The" opposition of theso "organiza
tions Is commended -Ssi betarl1 tor
tbe best Interes'ts of eastern and
southern lOrsgon. ' ' .13
Copies-of the, resolution .will be
rnslled to each member! of the Ore
gon delegation ln congress, to the
Oregon Wool' Growers, association
at Pendelton, to tbe secretaries ot
agriculture and of the Interior, to
all, Portland newspapers, the -Bendj
Roseburg and. edford commercial 5
bodies, and others. r " - it t
Another resoluUoa, adopted by .the.
'wool growers opposes the BlsaoU.
bill which proposes to 'Include, alt
nuoc UmU - Bubllc Mt,nre, d
r.h&ras m Kraalss? f ae -ranalna .froso.
-? - r f. 1JE
congress passes tbe .bill the wool
growers ask that tho control ot .
grazing be placed with tbe forest
!BBIca and denartment ot agri-
culturo nlh than ln (he naa(li
of the pnbc Iana 0Inces under tho
re-ldBnnrtmmt of the Interior. -
Tbe membership ot tho wool
growers association "was well rep
resented at tho meeting. Outside ,
officials wero, present Including W.
grazing Inspector ot the Modoc for
est, and Mr. Chapman, ot Washing
ton D. C, national grazing , inspec
tor. Attempt to Break
ROSEBURQ. Bept, 13. An ,at-'
tempt to Jimmy jthe door of the eel!"'
occupied bV DrT E. M. Brumtleld '
and J. R. BsJHet. alleged forger,
ag discovered this morning by
Deputy Hopkins, who found two
iron bars, an oak bar and ""Ire In '
tho coll. Brumtleld dented any con
nection with the plot. Officers re
ported that Batllot confesses ho and
not Brumtleld mado the attempt.
May Roof Basement 7.
And Hold Church
Tomorrow night In tho offlcou of
Dunbar and Dunbar, a, meeting ot
tho board of directors ot tbo Christian
church will tako placo to consldor
building plans on tho church projjorr ,
ty ut Ninth and Pine- street:1 The
foundation for tho building la all In.
Tho meeting will consider the
temporary Tooting of tho basement
so that It can bo usod this wlntor
for regular services. Tho basement
is practically watertight. It Js said
and with a root would quttlco. until
tho building- could bo conipletod.V,
SPEKDINU CHARGE AGAINST
LOCAL 5fA W MUiANlj
Traffic Officer McLaughJin stated,
that Joss Hunsaker of this cltywao
to be tried in Ashland today on an
alleged speeding charge preferred by
J. J, McMabon, deputy ot tho stgte
automobile department, (Hunsaker.
Is alleged to havo exceeded tho speed,
limit of 30 miles an hour on the
highway between Ashland andeMed
ford sst week, informulon received
from tl-o Union Taxi, company vjharo
Kunsskor Is employed, was thai he
was on a hunting trl.(ntho. R,ogue
river, valley , v a