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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1921)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
' MATURDAV. OtTOIJEIl 23, 1021.
ho ropllod. "Thcso
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kids havo want
car turned up
od, so I had tho
sldo down Just to
Los Angeles Times.
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OBEY THE LAW
SAOUAMKNTO, Cal,, Oct. 22.
Auto HtiiRo II 11 oh oporatlng In
California havo no moro right to
vloliitu tlio Motor Vohlclo Law than
nny prlynto Individual. So doclnrod
Director C. J. Clionu ot tlio Motor
Dopnrtmont cf tho Stnto, following
Ills return from an cxtonslvo busi
ness trjp I" tho South.
Clionu supplomontcd this state
roont with n loltor of warning to
the California Transit company, In
forming that concorn that Its stages
mint obsorvo strictly nil motor vo
hlclo lawn, or suffer tho conse
quences, which ivlll bo arrests on
ovory branch of Its lines in tho
Tho Motor Vohlclo Director de
clares .that, wlillo ho Is deslrious
of seeing tho law oboyod In ovory
particular, by not ono class of clt
liens but by all, ho has not tho
means to enforco tho law In ovory
city and county in tlio stato. Tho
pollco anil sheriff, and othor traf
fic officials, ho doclarcs, must do
Warning Gh en
Clionu'd warning to tho Transit
company camo as u rosult of tho ar
rest rocontly of n driver of tho.
concorn, nnd tho attending explan
ation of tho company's nttornoy,
W. A. Lnttn, who was cjuotod as
Haying It Is necessary In ordor to
maintain- schedulo, to encroach up
on tlio speed limit, and that traf
fic otflcors In towns and in tho
ccuntlo.i frequently "wink" at mich
Infractions ns nccossary In tho pub
"No nuto .stago driver, nor nny
private driver," said Clionu, "lias
nny right to vlolato tho law. No
traffic offlcor lias any right to wink
at such violation. My inspectors
havo omphalic Instructions to keop
tho stagos within tho law, Just as
they havo Instructions to enforco
tho law with privato drlvors. Tho
law Is ttioro, and It must bo onforc
cd. I havo so notified rrosldont
Travis ot tliOtTratmlt coptpany, and
I shall hold him to strict nccounta
lilllty that his drivers keop within
tho speed law, and within other
provisions ot tho net." '
In complaints rocoived In Chonu's
otflco against stages which vlolato
tho law, numerous Infractions aro
mentioned. Trnttlc offlcors In tho
employ of tho stato sot forth tlio
most frequent violations by stages
Exceodlng tho speed limit.
Driving upon tho wrong sldo ot
Cutting In with improper distance
from approaching machine, or with
unclear head. '
Passing cars Improperly.
Driving upon loft sldo of road at
Turning, stopping or changing
course, without giving proper sfg
Pormlttlng vohlclos to stind upon
highway "whon taking on or dis
charging passongers. I
llotuslng to ylold portion ot r.ud
to passing cars.
Lltornlly running. Individual car
drlvors eft tho highway by falling
to slacken speed.
In onch caso ns a complaint Is
received, Clionu records samo, and
Immediately communicates .with tho
offending party. In aomo casos driv
ers havo boon discharged,
Clionu says tow pooplo complain,
although thoy kick frequently, nnd
ho urges thut nny infractions bo
reported to him Immodlatoly in
writing,, fixing places, dates, circum
stances, number of enr, nnd any
othor information nvatlablo.
Two complaints against a driver
Will cause tho Motor Vohlclo De
partment to summon tho drlvor to
trial, nnd If guilty his llconso to
drlvo will bo rovoked, says Chonu.
LIKKLV 'IO in-;
Tho man who
motor cars should
girl who darti
darts ahead of
never mhrry n
Taku ono reckless, natural born
Two cr throo drinks of bad
A fast, hlgh-poworod motor car.
Hoak tho fool woll in tho liquor,
piaco In tho car nnd lot him go.
Aftor duo tlmo removo from wreck
age, place In black, satln-llned box,
and garnish with flowors. Woltcn,
NKKDKD CHKKIUNG VV
"You sold me a car about two
"That's Just tho point. I want
"So I tlliir 'ropllcd tho nutomblloj
salesman. "How" do you llko It7" i
you to tell mo overything you said
about that car all over again. I'm
gottlng discouraged." Birming
ham Age-Herald. '
Will Carry Jacks
And Weigh Trucks
OrtOVILLH, Cat., Oct. 22.
Ilutto County will supply County
Traffic Offlcors K. L. Newton and
Ilorbort Taylor with wolghlng
truck Jacks, according to n state
ment mado by Newton. Tho JackK
ivlll compute tho wolght of a load
ed truck on tho highways. j
This will greatly old tho traffic
officers in kcoplng truck drlvors
within tho load limit, as now a
load can bo wolghed on tho high
way, whllo horotoforo It has bocn
necessary to drlvo tho truck to a
public wolghlng scalo.
Tho proprietors ot tho Maxwell
Illco company wero cited to appear
boforo Justice ot tho I'caco William
McAnnrlln of Durham, by County
Traffic Officer K. L. Newton Mon
day for hiring n truck driver who'
had no chauffeur's llconso, and al
so for overloading a truck. '
, M. rtcche, , tho 'driver, was, also
fltod-to appear for-falluro to -.have
a chauffeur's llconso. Newton said
that tho truck was overloaded by
Auto Tourists Are'
Lingering in the
HAH IT IIAWKNKD TO YOU?
Thoro was a largo crowd gathor
joa around tho ovorturnod motor
car, whllo' tho oxcltcd drlvor was
.trying to right things,
"Halloa!" suddenly cnllod tho
Volco of a now nrrlval. "What's tho
matter, Itobblns car turned turt
, DUNSMUIIt, Cal., Oct. 22.
Thoro aro still numbers of tour
ists In tho canyon, nnd at night
tho gleam of campflros is common
hore, even at this season of the
Howevor, there aro not as many
as a month ago. In November and
Docembor tho Washington heglra
begin, whon tho rancher and orch
ardlst is Oono for tho season and
hikes, south for a warmor clime.
With tho road concroted to Weed
tho difficulties of last year 'will
Iast Wlntor, during tho three
wooks' period when tho road was
blockod hy snow, hundrods ot cars
woro shipped from hero to Weed,
cr from Weed south. ' i
Fawn Adopts Burro
As Foster Mother,
CAN'T STKAI. THIS AUTO HOIIK
Unlit chains nro woven Into n ro-l
contly patented nutomobllb robo to
permit It to bo locked In a car and
TOOL TO RPlltiAl) CABINOS
By operating from tho outsldo a
now tool for spreading automobile
I Bobbins smllod with cxpresstvo tiro casings holds thorn opon with
Bwoetness. Interfering with work to be
"Oh, no; not at nil, old chap," dono Insldo ot them.
SEDAN 1 1
onpVILLR, Cal., Oct.. 22. Tho
spcctaclo ot a colt following a Ford
automobllo thinking it had found
it's mother, Is no strnngor than tho
nspoct reported to havo boon wit-' K
nosscd by H. O, Martin, stngo drlv
or, Tuesday morning. '
Mnrtln wns only about a mllo out
of Orovllle, ho says, on the Quia
cy road, when ho saw a burrow nt
tho sldo of tho road and following
It, Just llko It would follow Its own
mother, wns a llttlo fawn.
Tho young deor appeared mow
contented with Its foster mothor
than did tho burro, for ovory time'
tho door came too closo, tho burro
Kvould attempt to. drlvo It away.
f. o. b. Klamath Falls, Ore.
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