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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1921)
THE, EVENING HERALD- KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
THURSDAY, OCTOHfcR 18, 1021.
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No Increase in rnce l , QRRIN JOHNSON, DQROTHY DALTON, LOUISE GLAUM, RHEA MITCHELL
just oocj ; ( - Never was a stronge
stronger cast gathered together for one Big Feature Picture
to f1aiee 52.25h
Grent activity was contorod around
that " chamber otf 'commerce. lut
night' -In connections with' the
lnunehlnir of thn financial 'camDalcn
ot 'tho Solvation Army for 'Klamath
county, by a number ot tho'-prominent
business' mehvbf .this city. At
this tncotlnVtho, following commit
toes wore chonon to conduct tho
various' activities In connection with
" Prod A. Raker wo choron as
publicity agon'to bo assisted Tjy
tho .local 'Salvation 'Army; offlcors,
Ltoutonant II. H., Vaughan and
Lloutenant K. II. Shannon. Rort
Thomas was elected chairman ot
tho exocutlvo commlttoo to work In
conjunction with R. II. Dunbar,
Prod A. Iiakor and tbo" local offl
cors. who comprise this commlttoo
Various ways and moans w'oro
dlsciiHsod und 'It was docldcd to
conduct tho campaign from Octobpr
10 to 29, Incluslvo, tho drlvo to
cover tbo wholo county, Tho quota
to bo ralaod by tbo county to
3, 250.00, tho majority of which
will stay In Klamath Palls for tho
support of tho local work which has
recently bcon Rtartod hero.
It was also decided to hold a
mooting of tho commlttoo which
will lncludo Fred A. nakor, It. II.
'Dunbar, T. L. Stanley, Andrew Col
llor, Edmund Chllcoto, W. S.
Slough, Rort Thomas, Arthur Wil
son, O. D. nurko, Marshall Hooper,
U. C. Groosbock, C. A. Ifayden, K.
M. Bubb, Roy Pouch, Lom L.
GafihaKon, V. T. Loo; Mosdames
H. S. Henry, Pholpr, Dcckloy, Ido
rant, Thomas, HUrn Woo and Miss
ItcCourt. This mooting will bo hold
at tho ch'nmbor of commorco noxt
Tuesday ovonlng Octobor 18th n
Thoro will bo a mooting of tho
exocutlvo commlttoo, which Includ
es tho follewing: port Thomas,
chairman, II. H. Dunbar and Prod
A. ' Dakor noxt' Friday ovonlng at
7:30 p .m. in tlrb offlco ot R. H.
Testimony Bears on
Brumfield Letter in
. Today's Development
ItOSEDUno, Oct. 13. Testimony
regarding 'tho discovery ot tho
("Donnls Russell" letter, which tho
"" jstato alleges was written by Brum-
WABHINOTON, Oct. 13. Offl- f0ld to croato tho Impression that
clal Washington today mournod tho nussell, for whoso alleged murder
death of Philander Knox, Ponniylnrumflold Is on trial, .waa still
vanln senator, who died last night allvo was ready for presentation io-
irom a siroxo or paralysis. Funeral, day
Of Four-town C. of C
At Ashland Oct. 18
Marshall Hoopor, A. M. Collie, B.
D. Hall, Fred A. linker and M. 3.
West will comprlso tho elnmbor of
rammorco party who loave lioro Mon
day morning for Ashland whore ,nn
organization mooting of tho Onnboll-
datbd Chambers of Commorco of
Southorn OroRon will bo hold, Tucs-
v day. Tho consolidation plan was
mado at tho mooting of thn Aslilnnd.
Medford nnd Ktamath Fal cUamhors
on Thursday, Soptomber 22.
Tho consolidation plan wns sug
gested In vlow of tho forco, thtu could
bo'plncod behind nny Movement poli
tically, economically or financially
tor tho dovolopmout of Southoin
Oregon and tho cltloi which were to
bo Included In tho orgnnlzntlon woio
Medford, Ashland, Grants Pass and
services will 'bo hold here tomorrow
and nt Valley Forgo, Pennsylvania,
Saturday, preceding burial thoro.
Sorgeant Waugh, of tho north-
west, mounted police and Inspector
Richardson, of tho Calgary' police,
t Philander C. Knox was attornoy- eaT0 statements regarding the find
general In tho cabinets of Prosldont jnK or th0 letter nftor Drumflold's
MCKimoy and Roosovolt, secretary nrr0Bt noar Calgary.
of 'eta to In tho cabinet of Presldonti Two letters, nractlcallv. dupli
Taft an din tho Intorim between' ct08 wcro found, thoy said, tbo
"' " '" " MnuiTur wua.nm writton in urumneioa nana-
Unltod Stales senator. ' -writing, with changos to sjiow mis-
Ho was an actlvo flguro In tho BpolllnK nnd errors such as an un
tight Jn tbo sonato In 1919 nnd oducntcd man might make The
1920 against tho ratification of tho B0Cond was a copy of tho first In
ponco treaty of Versailles. Even
wlion (ho troaty was bolng drawn
up ho dollvorod spoeches In tho sen
ato and out of It in which bo do
mandod that tho loaguo of nation's
covenant Bhould bo separated from
tbo other part of tho troaty. Ho
introduced a resolution to that ef
fect which was adopted by tho Ren-ato-
and nlsp prtqc'ntod a resolution
against tho appointment of
Amorlcan representatives on the re
parations' commission. Ho also
drafted ono ot tho various reso
lutions submitted to tho sonato for
adopting tho treaty with reserva
tions. Subsequently Sonator Knox was
tho nuthor ot a resolution ndoptod
by tho sonato In May, 1920, de
claring pcaco with Gormany. This
also wan votoed by" President Wil
Cash Went With
The prisoners confined , in tho
county Jail will no longer havp
clinrgo of tho money obtalnod in
tho "kangaroo court" slnco Ed
dlsgulsod handwriting. Tho officers
told ot Drumflold's nrrcst and sub
Four witnesses today told ot see
Ing Drumflcld's car on tho night of
A bottlo of blood, which thd
stnto claims as coming from Rus
sell's body, "was Introduced In evi
dence today. During tho exhibit of
ino moony oviuenco, ur, muiuiiom
snt stolid and unaffected. Orant 8.
Clayton, ono of the stato witnesses
testified that bo drovo through a
pool ot blood on tho morning of
July 14 and stated that ho found
scraps ot bono and gray hair near
tho pool. Ho claims that ho placed
somo of ,tho blood in tho bottlo and
turned it over to tho sheriff. Dr.
Frnnk R. Monno of tho University
ot Oregon testified that tbo blood
centnlnod In a tho bottlo came from
a human bolng and not from an
Crew All Saved
NEWPORT NEWS, Va Oct. 13 A
big dlrlglblo from LanBloy Plold wns
Jones, ono of tho Juno 7 Jallbroak-( wrockod in Hampton Roads today,
ors took $9.B3 of
monoy" with him.
Howard has boon
uror" nnd Is now
tobacco money nnd will contlnuo to
do so, Chlof Wilson said today.
"Two oxporlehces shook our con
fldonco in tho trustworthiness of
conflnod trensurors and so tho
lll 1.m IfAnt imotalra flnrl
muuuy wut " iv ,.-..- .
nnid out on order of tho Kangaroo. rain.
court 'clerk," said tho chief.
Tho craft was blown to sea and will
probably bo a total loss.
Two mon Jumped as tho .craft do
scondod almost to earth boforo it loft
tho laud. Tho third, man on board
was taken off by a harbor tug.
l OREQON Tonight nn'd Friday,
liAW GIVK8 ACCUSED
Conditional that James Utters
would deliver tbo property ot Lloyd
Morris back to its placo in Lakeylow,
Sheriff Low released Utters last night
from custody. It developed that Ut
tors broko a part of tho Morris wa-
on at Hlldcrbrand and traded tho
rig to a farmer thore until be could
come to tub city and got work. Utters
claims thut be only borrowed the
Morris wagon for an Indefinite tlmo
and had no Intontion of stealing it.
Lloyd 'Morris- asked that clemency be
shown Utters on account of the wife
and Infant child who are without any
'moans of support and Sheriff Low
gave Utters this chance to make good
or face a grand larceny charge.
A CS-ycar old woman living, in
Maries Connty, Missouri, bas Just
glvon birth to her thlrteon child.
A Worlds Congress. and oxhlbltton
of tbo rubber Industry Is to bo held
In London next June.
WASHINGTON, Oct., 13 The na
tional conference on unemployment,
after creating a standing committee
with authority to reconvene the full
conference at any tlmo, concluded its
deliberations today and adjourned
LAKEVIBW MEN ARRETTED.
George Strieker,. said tq.be a pro
prietor of a garago lnLakovlow, and
Frank Toung, woro arrested hero this
afternoon by Shorlff Low on advices
from Shorlff Woodbouso of Lake
county. Tho men are being held for
a warrant which is now in the hands
of Sheriff Woodhouse. Strieker said
ho was on his way to Roseburg whore
his sister was ill, , ,
Missouri voters will vntn -noil
'month on a proposed amendment em-
powering womon o noia oiiico.
PORTLAND. MAYOR WILL
HPKAK AT V. OF C. l)l.VF4t
Tho second unnual Community
Dinner of Klamath Palls will bo held...
according to the announcement of tbo
chamber of commerce, oi Octuber
26, 7 o'clock p. m., nt tho Whita
Pollcan hotel.' Plans nret bolng made
for an estimated attendance 'or 2&9
persons and the honor. KUejti'iinii
principal speaker on- the occasion
ivlll belayor Baker of' Portland.
' , , AT-'
Thonday, 18th 9 o'clock
HOUHTON-FILZ ' BYNCOPA
TED ORCHESTRA ,
THE s ,
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER. 10TH AND
LASTS UNTIL OCTOBER SMTH.
Plan now to mako your contrlbatloe.
-served pipind hat
with pure crtvm
GORMAN GETS DECISION
PORTLAND, Oct. 13.--Joo Gor-
tan'won a ten round decision over
Aba MUbWnd ot Salt Lake City
'hero last night. Tho bout, woa a
mm , ,
Lumbermen of the
Northwest to Meet
San Francisco, Oct. 26
Tho program of tho 12th annual
sosslon of tho Pnclflo Logging
congress, to bo noia in oan rren
Cisco Octobor 20-29, ' has been
lssuod by Geo, M. Cornwall of
Tnrfintid. socrotary. Tho sessions
will bo hold at tho Palace hotel,
nnd promlso to bo largoly attend
Tho program Is vory oxtenslvo,
covering n broad rango of logging'
onglnoorlng problems ana topics 01
lntorest to loggers nnd lumbormon.'
Various phnBcs of logging nctlv
Itlos will bo Illuminated by storop
tlcon nnd moving pictures. '
The convention will conclude with
nn excursion to tho rodwood dis
trict In northern California, whero
tho sawmill nnd logging operations
of tbo Union Lumber Co. at Port
Bragg, will be vlsltod. A" ono and
one-half fare, on the serttflcato
plan, laa haari granted by the ratio
rfe . v I
Take Homed Owen
'Before 9 OclocK-Your
A,M Pictures .am ready at 6 p.t
W'vL, KLAMATH FALLS OREGON wS I
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If you have a watch to repair don't send it
to a blacksmith, but
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Watchmaker and Jeweler
622 Main St. '
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