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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1921)
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KLAMATH, FALLS, OBKOON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 10U1.
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FMfllLY AT MEIL
: WITH SHOT
.Whlla llio twin thlrlooii.yoar-ohl
sons of (L. W. Hoavlln,thaJ..wolI
known ranclior, living ubput jright
mllos out on tlio Kcuo road, woro
f";examlnlng a ifiot sun at nooiT yos-
' i terday, tlio gun wont ott and tho
ahot porforntcd n thin pnrtltjon'ho
' i twoon tlio budroom nnd tho dining
t room whoru tho family woro At din-
, nor, woundod, besides Mr. Ucavlln,
.a, brothor A. Koavlln, who is on s
visit from California, Mm. J. R, Kin
ill ' ' toy, a neighbor, and tho oldest boy,
Wosloy. Tho wounds afflicted, while
' painful, nro not considered dnngor-
1 Tho gun wo,s louded with number
four blnlshoj and when It exploded,
a' quantity penotrntcd tho back! of
Mr. Heavlln, who -was Hoatod nt tho
tablo nerving his guests. ,Tho, shot
1 ncattored all a6ont tho tabla. ,!A.
Hoavlln received nomo of It on his
chest and nrrni). Mrs. Klnsoy was
wounded In tho left shoulder nnd
along tho arm, whilo tho boy, Wesley,
"was popporcd In tho knees forohoad,
And breast. ' '
Drs. Hunt and Mnssoy woro sum
moned and drousod tho wounded Kiwi
lator tho patients cnmo to towli to
tho WJtrron Hunt hospital, whora tho
shot was removed by tho pbyslcliVst,
RED CROSS FOOD
' AT 1UIIL10 MAIIKKT
The nod Cross food sale
which was originally Intended
to extend ovor throo days will ,
llio crowded Into ono day, was '
tho announcement of Major
Verdi' Cbzad, this morning.
4 , ;MIbh Corad said this was dono
owing to tho fact of 'so many
x other events being scheduled 4
ifor tho week. .tTho sale will 4
bo hold at tho Public market V
itolnorrowf - .-'
BIG STORM HOLDS PORTLD
- TRAFRC IH RUTHLESS CRIP
m ' ms
' FOR SCHOOL
"Tho Mnlln union lilgh-chool will
not closo and tho pupils will receive
their regular courso the balanco of
tho mhool year," MIrh Maudo MCar
loton, dehutyln thoOfflco of Mrs. C.
U. Forguson, county school superin
tendent, said today. "Whllo I can
glvo no Information rahulvo to detnllr
without tho sanction of tho super
intendent, I am authorized to make
tho abovo assertion," xho said.
MemborH of tho county court stat
ed that tho Mnlln school directors
cnllod upon them Saturday afternoon
and It was thon discovered tho. school
board at Malln had fallod to apply
for their &C conta per day pupil nl
lowanco under tho present law, hence
no fupdu had boon sent them an that
district must pursue tho samo rou
tine as tho othor four high school
districts In tho county high school
Malln, 'Shastn Vlow and Ilrj-unt
Mo'tnUIn, districts nro organized un
def7tho Union High School district
and as soon as tho school board pre
sented tho bill for tho Union district,
also the number of pupils, 65 centr
per person would bo sent at once,
This amount will keop the schools
going through tho present school
A stato lovy of 2.2 mills collected
this year will furnish tho schools
with an allowance of $1.13 per pupil
for tho next school yoar and will
provide amplo fund to carry on the
regular work. Information also giv
en out was that In most school dis
tricts, tho peoplo wore taxed an ad
ditional sum for maintaining their
'own schools whpre tho county allow
ance failed to provide sufficient r'uh
GET MONET FOR
WASHIttaTOk, O. C, Nov. 21.
In lino with the news sent out
list week thai Congressman Bln
nott'n efforts to secure an oppro
prlatlon to bo used In the fight be
ing waged hero 'for the extermina
tion of tho dreaded beetle, which
has done Incalculable Injury to
Oregon timber and whoso Inroads
miiRt bo checked before tho annual
onslaught of the post begins In
May, would in all probability be
successful, announcement was made
today thaf tho deficiency bill had
boon reported to the house as a
privileged measuro and In t was
Incorporated an appropriation ' for
$160,000 to tight the beetle pest
(Congressman Slnnott will dee
every effort to secure the passage
o the measure at ,a. early data m
possible, so 'the work outlined by
the forost service and the Klamath
Lake counties Fire association can
bo begun at once.
TRAINS STALLED SINCE YESTERDAY;
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Silver Thaw Inflict Heavy Damage -Part of Eastern
Oregon Under two eet
"' of Snow
PORTLAND. Nov. f 21. No trains left Portland
this morning for the east, and all trains -due here since,
yesterday morning .were stalled along the lines parallel
ing' Columbia River,; owing to heavy Bnow, the deep
drifts and slides having tied u traffic".
r The' Southern Pacific is aW crippled by a washout
of the bridge approach at Jefferson, necessitating de
tours, i ' ' i
Wires are prostrated in all. directions, the service
onjsome lines being maintained by round-about routes.
' The silver thaw which yesterday gripped Portland,
causing heavy damage by the breaking of trees and
shrubs, disappeared during the night, the rain continu
Eastern Oregon and Washington are under from
four inches to two feet; oi snow. ,
At a late hour this afternoon the Western Union
reported that the wires are down between here and
Portland, thus cutting off further Associated Press re-
orts and to a great extent isolating Klamath -Falls,
he service from the south, however, is uninterrupted
up to the present time. At the Southern Pacific station
no information had been obtained as to whether or not
the train schedule would be interrupted. It was not
thought that traffic from the south would be interferred
with, but as no trains were able to get out of Portland
this morning it is a practical certainty mail and express
r m m rll j1 i i J
win oe aeiayea iromau nonnern ana eastern-points.
' The rainstorm kept up steadily throughout the
pightiin ihis.sectioa and, continued vup, to shortly after
noa;'4oUy..' The rMtker indications' point to a snow
storm jprobably within the next '.twelve hours.
tfUT, THEIR BATEH
WASIIINOTON, Nov. 21.
!A positive order was Issued
by tho Intorstata Commorco
Commission, .today requiring
'tho railroads to .put tho ap
proximately, slxtoen per cent
decreas ordered recontiy tn
hay and' grain rates, into, ef
fect on or before December
V '! .
BIG RYE PLANT
ON TULE LANDS
.-Rents, of-Stockton,1 Calif or-
has been here for a few day?
it inspecting the planting of twelve
i aunorea acres oi.iu rt on mo now
, . inge of Weyle-Zuckerman on the tule
lands about twelve miles south of
town. The soil Is of', a, heavy .black
loam and In fine condition; and this
fraln will greatly;nsslst In the grain
iK sprouting immeumiuiy, usjuhub u
crrv eouNciii wiU mkkt
IN LKAKV CHAMDKR
Tho dlty council tonight may
hnvo to put up umbrellas when
thoy moot In tho council chamber
ns tho heavy downpour of rain this
forenoon opened up a bad' leak in
thq roof, tho wator soaking through
tho celling of tho chamber room
and falling In a stream Just back
of tbo city clerk's placo at the
Tho condition of tho sidewalks,
whllo not regularly scheduled may
como jn for some attention, tho
rain having accentuated deplorable
conditions In streets leading off of
Main street In all directions nor)h.
Construction w&rk has boen done
In some places and the contractors
have fallod to' replace tho walks
whore they woro removed.
Residents In the vicinity of
Third and Main stroet stated that
thoy will prcsont the council with
a potltlon requesting the cancelling
of tho permit for the conducting of
tho Liberty ItoomlmT house as too
much notoriety has been drawn , to
tho placo by the Traynor robbery,
also the robbery committed Wed
nesday -night, after the place was
raided by the sheriff's force.
PKDERAIi PRISONERS ARK
TAKKV TO PORTXAND
Chlot Deputy U. 8. Marshal 8. F.
Paco, assisted by deputies 8. R. Pay
n'e, 0. W. Davenport and R, 8. Wil
liams; left this morning for Portland
with five prisonbrs charged with fed
eral offonses. The prisoners were:
James Leonard, Arthur Peekraan.
John Kolllas, Ed Magee and Clarence
Jamea Leonard was arrestedat Ft.
Klamath November 8 by Superintend
ent W.i S. West of the Indian reser
vation on a charge 'of bootlegging
whiskey; Peekm.snrwas also taken on
the, same charge but protested 'that
he was merely hired to deliver sup
plies to Leonard; John Kolllas, a
Greek youth, was takeninto'euatody
by Port Summers Npv. 10 'n a charge
of selling moonshine to an, Indian
Officer; Clarence, Morton and, Ed
ward Mcdee weroj'captured by Sher
iff Law after wrecking a car on the
'Donanra rond near 'the Corpennlng
place, November 12,
RED CROSS DANCE
KXPKCTKD TO UK THK M.OHT
KNJOYADLK EVKNT OF
"Tonight's Tho Night" whentho
Rod Cross dance will take placo at
Scandinavian hall and it will, from
all Indications, bo ono of the most
notablo as well as onjoynblo ovonts
that has taken placo hero this winter.
Ono dollar will cover the cost all
tho cost tor that will includo the
war tax and no ono will bo asked to
make any contributions nor will any
thing be placed on sale at tho danco.
"You pay your dollar," and then go
on and enjoy yourself to your heart's
Thoro will bo an unusual attraction
in tho way of music, a composite, or
chestra having boon formed by tho
musician's union tor this particular
occasion and will Includo not loss
than a dozen pieces. In tbo orches
tra will be found such artists as Paul
Robertson, Harry Dorol, Mario Oben
chain, R. Patterson, Paul Costol,
Olenn Alton, Roy Cochran, .Sanders
and Clarence Frylllng and U. L. Coo.
DccliuYN It Is Only Protection
Krnilcc Hax ARaliUit Gcrmim
ELKS THANKSGIVING DANCK
ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT
A Thanksgiving dance will bo stag
ed at thol-lkja Club Wednesday night
by the organization and invitations
announcing tbo affair have been sent
broadcast to the. members of tho local
club, alsolo all visiting membors who
are; in the county, nnd city. The
dance will bo for Elks onjy.
Cochran's Orchestra baa been en
gaged, for the -'occasion and have
promised to have.new and lively mus
ic forjthe affair. The ballroom will
be tastily arrangod for tho dance,
tne -entertainment committee 'an--
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21. For
moro than an hour today Promlor
Brland held tho rapt attention of
tho dolegatos to tho Arms confer
ence as step by step ho detailed
the dangorous position In which
France was placod by tho proximity
of her anclont enemy Germany,
Ho pointed out the absoluto ne
cessity at this time and probably
for somo tlmo to como, for tho
maintenance 'of a largo standing ar
my, Ho declared that such an army
wan not to bo regardod as a mon
aco to tho futuro peaco of tho
world but tho only protection on
which Franco could depend to keop
back tho German hordes which on
ly awaited a fitting moment, whon
Franco might relax Its vlgtlanco, to
swarm across tho border.
LITTLE BILLY 3IARX HAPPY
OVER RECOVERY OF PET DOG
Tho power of tho Herald as a news
dispenser was potontly shown Satur
day evening in tho short story about
the loss of a net bulldog, playmato of
llttlo two-year-old BUlyy Marx, son
otMr. and Mrs. William Marx. With
in one hour after tho' paper was de
livered Saturday evening, llttlo Hilly
had his "Tootslo", an English bull
dog, back In tho family homo and waB
vigorously loving his pot.
The story was read about tho lost
pet and a telophono call from tho
tinders' notified tho Marx's that tho
dog was pn Michigan avenuo, whoro
she. bad wandered after leaving her
home. . Mr. Marx tolephone tho Her
ald stating that he was again in pos
session of the, dog, padding,
uiunQrnc dcqicu m pi nimDiiDCT
MESSINA, .SICILY," Nov. 21. The whole tountry-
sidinthis:yidnity was today 'devastated by a cloud-
Qursb, wxiiuuiuus .swept, sway enure,, vuiges, ana tyici
thought the loss tof lives t will- run .intocthe 'hundreds, 'All
semblance of railroads have been wined out'.,. wires 'are
down in-' every - direction and&scbres' of families
A portion'. of tbo plunder taken
from tho K. K. K. store in tho rob
bery Friday-morning waa found the
aamo night in tho Hot "Springs
court house by Harry Molatoro and
Oeorgo Conorthy, two 15-year old
boys, and turned over to Keith
Ambrose,' assistant police chlot at
tho city halL
The story relatod to Ambroso
was that while searching tho loft
of tho Hot Springs oourthouso Fri
day night tor pigeons captured in
traps sot about the building, tho
boys en to rod tho cellroom section
at tho top of the building and
stumbled upon a grip. Picking It
up and noting its weight, the boys
at first thought some moonshiner
had1 left his supply there bnt later
when they took It to tholr chum's
homo, young Keese at 1178 Cres
cent r.venne,' and opened, it up,
w :.i ..- .iti,fi-i- .'v.
iner ieunoirmen a eteiBig-sa; a
part of the coin collection belong
ing to Roy Durbln. The police were
. ... ... '
Yesterday ,thfl samo bora,- -while
playing . handball In tho. building
discovered an empty suitcase In a
pllo of rubbish near the cell whoro
tho grip bad been found . and
turned It overto the police depart
ment. Tbo grip waa later identi
fied as bolng tho proporty of tho
K. K. K. store.
Suspects woro takon In by tbo
shorlft and police Saturday after
noon but after examination releas
ed. The K. .K. K. sto'ro has of
fered a reward of $150 for the cap
ture of tbo thieves and return of
the stolen goods.
Tho facts In connection with the
finding of Part ot tho loot on Fri
day was ,known to tho Herald but
was suppressed by request ot tho
K. K. K. stare, proprietors and the
pollco authorities, lest it might in
terfere witn. plans laid for coral
ling the burglars. Nothing has.ro
sultod up to date from these plans.
EPISCOPAL GUILD HAKAAR
If you are looking for sultablo
Christmas gifts, tho ladles of tho
Episcopal GJiil'ld will glvo you a splen
did opportunity, to get Just what you
havo boen dUaking for whon thoy
hold tholr ,8acaar.on Friday night in
tho First rational bank building. In
addition to, tho many articles mado
especially Jot Christmas there will
be a toothsome array ot goodies, In
the shape of real home-mado cakoa
and candles. '
Another .Jail dolivory'waa" tru-tiiuf- j$Y
ed at the pollco station on Friday
night when Fire Chief Ambrose dl-
corerod three men had gained' eces
to tho Women's apartment, after liter '
had forced a door botween that and , ' I
tbo men's apartment. He drove theajl.j
back to their colls at the noint eT 'A'i
a run and then found that tka doer
naa neen ciovoriy patcneo to coaceai v
tbo fact' that It had boen tampered
with' a jr.' $ '
.The plan had been to jb
women prisoners were taken f(,fl&i&fr
trial, figuring the door-ghrinp ipyjg
4o, tho corridor leading tothe ee,Tti,'"p
rppm, would bo loft open and br'tito iSt,
moans tho thirteen prisoners '.eisit-iwrj
mako tholr escape. n JJmk
versatlons betwoon the.ktjtt-iMfcaj'.
which led him to believe tTjnmititJ
cd outsldo assistance on .rfcMiriyAt
night and Sheriff Low reaueatod MJft
no publication ot tho prUonen3)Mjjtra
bo made as It mlghr laterfrewl7:
tho capture of their coBfederaUe.
Nothing" materialized last iiigkt." xjififit..
Tho county court had been req-aal- v:r
od to provldo means for making tka
prison more secure) but as It la a city
prison, thoy declined to do so, al
though county prisoners are kept '
there: Tbero have been two previous)
Jailbreakitltkln the past eix nto-th v
in whlck't&'prlsoherB auceee4a In "'"
making: aigct-a-way. altke
malting, ajgot-a.war, alUougA ir ., .iJ
Jirer "s'ttbbeqUenlly .yfere. TH K- -1 t"XA
4 tbo socond frustrated attempt.
WEATHER , PROBADIUTIEH
The CciofStofmagraph at Un
dorwood'q Pharmacy registered a
continuous tall In barometric pres
sure from Saturday, at noon, until
5 o'clock tl)to morning, since "which
tlmo it has, remalnod stationary.
This' would Indicate that no change
In prosenl. condiio'ns may be looked
for during tile next twelve hours1
at 'least. , . "
', Forecast for next 24h'ours:.
Rain, toli6Wed by now if tern,-
perature. (tltt. . v .tSw, S US
The TycOs recording thermomet
er register a very unusual, .con
dition fjohj tV; hour of 3 P, My
Saturdayr until 10 Too A. M. Sun
day." The -teiaperature stood at 40
degrees 'yalyiig" even- half -a -.degree
In, 4llV)$at. period. .
" Maxlau'and minimum temper
aturrf! 'taf r ' were : , v
1100 P."Mt- -
I IRCF SUM
1.11 II W L W W III t J , ,
Within the nast weok cattle bar- hF-'V
ers from California have bougkt Wri "''
large quantities ot cattle,. -.,,
gating close to a quarter of a mfh.hiik'Si
Hon dollars for distribution la tkla' .?,,
section. -jc".-f ..
k k..- i. k iri.- " T'.
-uo. - .., f J
lng company ot Stockton aa4' ."
Francisco, whose acanta. -LflO'WlT
- - .
ton and Chas. F.
this morning's train tm 'tin
, l M k JMMW
lull unites u& mo vvFPr l
Tho report finding he quHtyJ
of boor tho best to be had but tkV ' J
hords wero small here compared til ,i M
those In Nevada and Arlxottk. Tkx-,y'r'
maximum hor ebelng 600 bead, t.).-?'
tho. owner, while in the states nuta $?"
tloncd that number Is considered '"
minimum. This Is largely due t
grazing conditions. The stock krV "
howovor,' are reported In prime
shipping condition this season.
RETURNS FROM .
Mrs. Andross, of the Androsa-Glov.
er Stylo Shop, returned last evening
froth Hartshorne, Okla., whither aka
had been called three weeks ago by
tho sudden. Illness ot her mother.
For a time It looked as if beraoth
er'siillnoss mlghtibo attended with
seflbus results but when Mrs. Androsa
started for home, her mother had re
gained her usual health. '
" On the return .trip, which Mrs. An
dross made by tne soutnern route.
s'hemado a cursory survey ot tiivJ
business conditions and fouadfaverj- Av,'
. . . l- -.tk I.. T.v'Vr
BISHOP PADDOCK GC
.Tttchnn Paririnik rnturit -
horaVthls morning itter sevmi'i
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spent in inis cuywn ne inierfawtK4','lu T
thejnev BplscojJalParlsh hl to b m" f
bUIlt In this city! j
me Niuiwni; - i ..
. ' ' .11 V.I I
much Improved and she. It ; A 3 1
l0ver the1 outlook. Hf4tiVtrs?ft 11
year., She said tbetrfp. WKft'Iivt Si
bonefltted heryand tU tttfq& 3,
.looks as It It bad. rv?S;;r7&Dft
w - ' . t-w. tiKpt