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li ono of tho moMt fragrant
of tho graces. It Is an omo-
tlon w.heh mml not on,y
be cioW""1' but olso
tlidly A '""y ePrcMed.
The eJi'proBiilon of It'dcop
em thev capncjty for feeling
It, nd sweetens not only
the Uf of him who gives
'utlerineo to It, but alio tho
wide ll'fo of mankind. Tho
tense of gratitude la ono
of tho. greatest tradition
f the Amorlcan Republic,
od to. keep It alive and
kind It on to our descend-' .
.Mi Is" one of, tho high prl-
.itM.of every loyal Am- e
flloitcRi of ovory ' loyal
There --fill bo o general obiorvaneo
Thmklglvlng Day in mm cuy io-
arrow when all tho atorca, federal
sliding nd county offices win no
oied and tho duy given over to
iruklnr, of gcnoniUH helpings of
krkey inn cranberry sauce, in com-
tmorallcn of the great Puritan fes-
ttl of thanks.
Fowl of all descriptions disappear-
I repldlr during tho week, the vlo
rtirkeys, of courso, predominating.
iprlcc'of tho blrda hus been within
ton, M compared with that of latit
r. AKtiougn morn nH ocon a
oounded vtortago eliowhore, It ban
beta! evident In tho vicinity of
a thFallR, aa there ha been an
npl mpply for .this market.
A lurr'ey of tho courthoueo dlaclos-
I that County Clerk Charles DoT.ap
id wife' plan on taking dinner with
btlr ion, Lloyd Tiol.ap, doputy clr
lt clerk. , ' "
Sheriff Low will bo found at Cupt.
. W. Slpmcna' home whore the 81c-
aeai family. Low and Hex McMillan
Weed will have a family dinner
t o'clock. t " ' '
Allen, Sloan, deputy county clerk,'
lag a) man without a homo ilnco
l wlfo left fora nonth'H. vlalt "In
it loutb, will 'join Justlco.anKhngen
a "taK Thanksgiving feed."
Wslrlct Attqrney Ilrqwer, wljl find
slice In a special repast at u well
. .. ,j w. '.'.r..'Mn...i
u mu aim ivpuijr uisiriL '-
aer W. A. Wleat plans a spread at
lis homo for his family, i' ' ,
Marlon names; deputy sheriff,, will
tlend anprcad at Modoc, I'olnt w,th
is parpnts. Mr. and Mrs. W. h.
Deputy Collector Hurt Hawkins
rs that chicken jslll bo his. piece
e reslitanco at his parents homo
td that tho Hawkins family will all
' there. , r
Bailiff J. . Matioon says that his
If has u Bpo'clir TtfankBctvIng ro
ut which no'onu In the world 'could
Iral. . j i ,r
Judge I). V.Kuykondall announces
kit his family will bo at homo and
kit turkey will bo fed to his young-
(ira until they will refuse, to oven
wk at a picture of turkey unUl
'krlstams. , , , ,'
At tho city hall. Flro Chief 'Am-'
roe sipys It is "turkey for ono at a
wnery" for him, while Chief mi-
' of tho pojlce department will
ire an abundance ot chicken.
Mayor W. 8. Wlldy'aald,-"rilhave
urkey.0' butrefusod the .location of
M place to dine.
"Clty'Clork Al. Leavltt was happy
rer tlje possession ot a turkey so-
.iu one wooK.ago ana ,biso over
bt thoughts of 4ttaekBi 'a monster
Plum pudding,, home? ade elder,
Bilnce pie and (Jtherlrl'mralnga,fr6m
Moving stct-M houses, dances, rol-
w skating, ud utooMblfe Crips, as
lell a hunHnir' partleaxtCtho nearby
, 4na river will occupy ioo;umo
t thai Klamath PaHs people tomor-
rorithpse who deslro to attend re
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"" exercises, union TnanKsgir
lot services will be' held at8 o'olook
t tho Emmanuel Baptist church,
with a ipeclal musical program.
TO ABANDON -.
N. C. O. NARROW
WASHINGTON, Nov. 33.L-Doclar-
! Ins tho ODaratlon AinmiiMi tnr ui.
J oral yearn havo exceeded tho Income,
tlio fiovada, California and Oregon
railroad today onkod tho Interstate
Commerce Commission for permis
sion to 'abandon tha narrow guage
lino botwuon Huckstnff nhd Ukorlow
on tho Orogoii-Californlu .border. ..
SAN WIANCIHCO.' Nov. 23. tir.'
Olav Kiiarboe, tho first wltmjityfor
tho defense In the Arbuckla (flat,
today said ho attended' Mlaa R'nppc
pnrty In ArliucklO' rooma.
Tho,court refused to permit him to
detail the conversation with Mlvi
lUppo and Mrs. Dolmoht, 'on J,thc
ground that It would bu hearsay evi
Kaarboo testified that lio.naw.no
oxprcsslons of pain on Miss Hippo's
facu and no bruises on tho body, but
alio appeared to bi. intoxicated:, i
REJECT ULSTER '
, LONDON. Nov. 23. Sinn Felu'tep,'
resentatlvcs at tho conference today
refuaod to accopt tho suggestion that
I'lsior bo left temporarily aa aho la;
white tho rcMt of Ireland receives au
NKW YORK. Nov. 23. Tho ttln
erafy announced for Marabal'Koch
on his swing from ?Obast,'to Coast
Indlcatctf that tho gonerallsslmo
wljl trayol more jhanr 12,000 bjHck
ana .win visit zz siaios una,uanaaa.
Tlio tfln 'will 'take him 'to? tho
Pacific coast and back again to
Washington by a' southerly route.
thence fnto Canada, and back to
New1 York' .through 'New England
Tho marshal lef t tonlgbtfor, Wash-J
Ington.i whence his swing will he
started Tuesday night. Ho ended
his visit io New York at a public
recoptlon tonight. '
His Itinerary as announced by
the Amorlcan Legion In part fol
low; November 122, Washington;
2E, Mason City. Iowa; 28, Hillings
and Ilutte, Mont.; 29 St. Maries.
Idaho, thence to 8poknno;w30, 8eat
tlo; Doceniber ' lf Portland, Or.;
.1, Bun Franclsco.I , " '
IIAMtlTH ItKIKAHK VANKK j
hut arm .vojuxkom
WASHINGTON, Nov. 23. It was
roportod jajt Ihe'sutoji- Department
jesto'rday1 that tho''fbnr Americana
who' were' capturod by Mexican ban-l
cflta at Santaoulalla, near Chihuahua,
and held' for ransom wero released
wben.np; ransom' was, forthcoming,
afjlcr being detained, four hours.
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- IN THEATRE
4' DEa MOINES, Ia.,.Nov;. 33..
jFailurel of -',fuse attached ito
k whai ppllca say was Ab,
' -exploelva boml to burn prop-
.efty.i probably .saved tha Uvea
-iof 'Several huudrad pations j
' In tKa brand theWteVVmov
.na''rtftf -o'uee,., .arlAt.
nlghtT.hej.bfmb yae, fouad ,
beneath a seat In 'tho middle 4
of the theatre by a porter
, shortly after six hundred pat-
' vom had left the place, 4
FH lit .V
Member of the
KLAMATH KALLH, OBKOON,
III F I III
Steps for, a campaign' ot educa
tion wore taken by the Klamath
Itodco and iKalrgrdund Association
at a meeting I nut night when an
organisation, committee1, corap'ohed
of reprcsentatlKd men- from all
parts ot tho county, 'was appointed.
Within a fow days Utters will be
mailed members of. the committee
In which the full plan ot the asso
ciation will bo. explained In detail,
following which a meeting of the
committee, will bo callod. It is not
planned tcj offer stock, at once, the
lin uuing rHinur, io tuny iniorm
the public as to tho alms o'f the
In addition to being used for
fafr, livestock and rodeo purpoaos,
the nrtlcluH 'of-'Incorporation statu
that 1t shall bo tho purpoao to de
vote n portion of tho land owned
by tho, association,, to experiments
In agricultural products. This fea
ture. It Is felt, will meet with tho
approval of most residents ot tho
Those whb 'wero. , appointed on
tho' organization arcan follows:.
W. C. Dalton, Malln; Oeo. Wai
(on, Merrill; J.' 8: McClellan, Ml.
Ukl; Hill JTIngle'y. Midland; It. II.
Wllcoxr Miller Hill,': K. T. Nelson,
Keno;vIt. V, -Ess, Plevna; C. O.
Hunt, Orindale; Dun Ryan, Ft.
Klamath; Orvlllo Elliott,. Klamath
Agency; J. ,.; Kir ki Modoc Point;
A. Ci Qienior, Chlloquln; John
Hagelsteln', Algoma; '' n. E. Wol
ford, Yalnax; D. O. Williams,
Kirk; C. W. Warren, Dly; J. J
Howno, Donanza; Frank Groha,
Iingell Valley; Ross Sutton, Dairy;
lease Drew, Hlldubrand; Frank
Corpcnlng, Olene; Ilurrell Short,
Henley; Francis Frier. Poe ValleyJ
A.R. CampVell, Pine Grove; J. n.
Chambers.' J.. W.. 'Slemnna. J. .J
Fur.ber, J. A. Oordon,' El M. Dubb,
W. T. Lee. 'Klamath Fill Is; R. H.
Dunnoll,' county.court; E. M. Ham
mond, Vool Growers' Aks':i.; L. A
West, Shorthorn Ass'n.; Louis Gcr-
bcr, Cattlo. & Horsemen's Ass'n.;
Louis Ku Porter,, American Legion;
E. II. ThoraasJ 'Farm " Dureau; .1 J
W. Kerns, 'Chamber' of ' Comirierco
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NEW POISON v4 ,,;
TO WIPE OUT
-Stanley 0. Jowctt, predatory 'ani
mal Inspector'' fdr tho' "northwest
states. In company with the county
agriculturist, left this morning (or
Merrill whore the Inspector will con
fer with stockmen whose nntmdls
aro belnp preyed upon by, coyotes,
relative to relief during tho coming
Tho biological department' of Uie
government has by experimentation
been able to proparo an almost ta'sto-
less strychnlno poison 'whoro' the ex
treme bittorness ot the substance, has
been removed, Jowott stated. - j.
Heretofore the great difficulty ex
perienced with coyo'tes was i the fact
that tho odor oftho'polson.could'be
detected by the animals. . . . .
Tho new poison Is not dotected.as
easily by tho predalor'y animals and
from tho two yoar.s experience. Injlpe
northwest, especially ii.Vashlni;ton
and northern Orcgon,over 6'.000
coyotes have been destroyed, saying
stockmen many dollars. ji
Tho 'MetrlUjslockmeni wjll.be in
structed In the uite.pyi?, poison ,and
the southern part o the" county .wjll
ba covered by tho two taeri 'wherever
the coyote pest Is' an annoyance to
the stockmen. - .i ..
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CONCRKSS ADJOURJCeJ ,. ',
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WASHINOTONi Kov,'.23. Preel-
dniH-rdlne durlne fhe cloallK
Jwurs &"tBB,apeclal8esslpt ot"S3f
rs signed' the tax revision bill,
ifajjch rapials th.twiproflt1and
transportation iaxes"and. rhqst;o' the
so-called nuisance and luxury taxes,
reduces Individual taxes and Increases
the cbrbbratidn Income tar from ten
to iweiva aiid on-half per cent..
WKDXJttWA, V 'XqV. :!, 1021.
In k letter ricolvcd by Arthur Wil
son, president of tho Klamath Firo
Insurance Agents' nssoclntlon, It
would' appear that It'ld a fifty-fifty'
proposition as lo Whctlier the' Instir
anco rates In Kliimnth Vails' slinll
bo maintained at the' present status
or subjected to Increase, '
Tho letter Is from Stntd Eire Mar
shal A. C. Ilarbcf, who together with
his deputies' recently made h rigid
Inspection of, tho. flro' prevention me
thods maintained hero and later made
recommendations tot tho cty council.
It was written? hfterMournlng of Iho
action of thor.qotincll IniAPProylng
the purchaso of' a' triplei combina
tion englno and the' Installation of a
flro alarm system'. t '
Information scntft'o Salem to .tho
state fire ma'rshal,-also'to Portland,
showing tha. tho dlty council was
taking' stops to remedy tho deficien
cies hero, on, recommendation of thu
stato flrq marshal's -off Ico was of a
nature which brought tho assistance
of tho Salem authorities, as well as
that of Jar Stevens, secretary of the
National' Flro Prevention Dureau, to
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Kiamain .rails in, preventing, tnc m-
crcaso In linsurnncc'ratcBr" ., 1
Tho annou'nobd purchnse'ot a trlpio
combination" 'engine, whoso capacity
could bh raised To t 280 'gallbifs a
mlnuto Junder forced .prossurq, wa,i
the Item which 'attracted tho stato
flro marshal's' attention, ns wcllt as
tho 'flro alarm .systoo."
One stlcker.'remalns regarding ihc
water supply 'lr'tlRe outlying; school
buildings. Tho frre Marshal-still bo
llovcs tbat elste'rnn for oh 'extra sup
ply of water.rahonldtJe JjUllt.-j y.
On thlssubject, Mr. Wilson beiolv
es that instead of cisterns, direct con
nection of tho present water supply
from tho hill reservoir to Main St. by
the shortest route, nlao,t;down lxth
street tobo mills, would -bring the
aamo resu)t for use In on'4omcrgcncy.
Keeping jjtho rosorvolr "on tho'wesl
side full of water at all tjme'. Instead
of half capacity, would, .h'clto furnish
tho Main! strcot mains sirould tlfb
main resbrvolr bo drained. Increas
ing tho capacity1 of the hill reservoir
above Main street would bo another
means of' additional water supply
without, great expenditure on tho part
'of tho waior company.
Mnyor-Wlloy and Flro Chief Am
broso haye given much time to the
flro flgh'tlng apparatus subjoct and
from repqrts secured from many plac
es wherottrlplo combination apparat
us Is UBftl, feel that It Is the propor
equipment for Klamath Palls.
Monni A8.SJ7TH TUitNJtar o ji
I ,INTO CHEDITOnS" "J'OOIii.
POnTND, Nov. 23. Judgo
Wolverton has affirmed tho sale of
tho bankrupt Morris Uros. estate's
tanglbloj assets to tho creditors'
pool organization, ft j
The pjurchase price ot'itha assets
by the pool organization's '80 7por
cent ot' their appraised value,
amounting to 81,095,254, of which
approximately $419,294 Is to bo
paid iby? assignment to Trustee
DronauKh of ttmt amount of claims
ot unsecured creditors. When' this
assignment is mado t,ho trusteo
win ,mrn , over io ino ciinenusu
group' investment bonds ot , equal
face jvaluo. The remaining $877,
960 IsJo bo paid In cash $t10Q.
000 jri thirty days; $300,000 In
sixty days and tho remaining
8377,9(6 In ninety days.
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DISORDER IN SENATE OVEU
I JJCONPERENCE TAX BILL
. WASHINGTON. Nov.- 23. Ds-
brderj Marked tho beginning of '.the
consideration of tho conforenco re
port 1$ tho, tax bill In the senate
jesiejasy. ine cumax was rcscnea
In expunging senatorial remarks
The Swords stricken out were In
the verbal clash between Senators
Penrose, Pennsylvania, and Hoflln,
ot Alaaama, In which Penrose re-
forredfc'to tho "black darkness" ot
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' WASHINGTON, Nov. 2.1. Dele
gations of the fivo 'powers discussed
land armament today, but none
j presented any proposal lobklng to
ward a concreto pronouncement
supporting tho French 'attitude. '
It was decided to appoint sub
committees to consider J airplanes,
poisonous gas and other auxiliary
moans of warfare. Premier Brland,
who' attended tho meeting, before
bis dopnrturo for Franco expressed
satisfaction with tho direction' tho
dla'cusalons had taken.
PITTSHUItOH, ' Nov. 23. A
member of tho marlno corps, .guard
ing a Ualtlmore & Ohio mall train
from Washington, at a point near
,Hagerstown, discovered two men at
the. door of the car, Following In
structions to tho letter, tho marine
opened fire on tho supposed ban
dl'fs and onot them dropped from
iho train whllo It 'was speeding at
tho rate of forty miles an hour.
Tho other swung out on tho
hand all io got put ot rango which
ho succcded in doing, but as tho
train approached tho Junction he
was hauled aboard tho platform
and mado prlsonor.
. WASHINGTON. Nov. 23. -President'
Harding today' sounded .tho
death knell for physicians' prescrip
tions for' beer and malt liquors, when
ho affixed his slgnaturo to tho anti
Undor tho new law the. Interpreta
tion placed upon tho provisions the
mor becomes 'hulL'ond void, and plac
es In thoJhands of prohibition agent
a powerful weapon for tho drastic
enforcement ot. the law,
BREEDERS TO " ,
"'71V T 'S : v.
(Monday afternoon in., too .couijty.
agriculturalists' offlco.'n moetlng'of
stockmen .ho aro Interested In tho
formation of u jpcal'organfcatlonr.un
dor ' tho War Fliinnco 'Con'orntlon
plan, will tako, placo and all stock
breeders of thet county havo beon
Invited to attend -
Men who plan to breed high grado
stock and need money for long tlmo
loans are specially Invited to attend
this conforenco Tho move to lm-
provo tho grade of Klnmnth stock wob
started during tho county fair In Oc
tober Itck of raonoy was ope fac
tor which prevented their branching
out, many Btockmen ( sad.. To , buy
tho necessary breeding stocK away
from Klamatli cbuntj' required In
most cases cash on ,dollyory,4n diffi
cult proposition under existing rpndl
tlons.j '(,. j'r. J.
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, PAPER PUBI.I8HKD
V .--p i
Fniirtwintr us usual ctisium.
no paperwjli be lasued.bih
Herald, tomorrow, ThanksV4' '
giving Day, In ordor that It's
emplbycs,, may bo . nblo to
ispeflii the iiY With tbejr.
families and do tholr share
In JustlfiditlbiJ of the Increase
in mortallt)1 In the turkey
tribe, custbmary at this soa-
a . T tJ hnn. that nil lta S
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. 1IL BANDITS
prick jnvu am
IN WAKE OF
POItTLANDNoy;.. 23. Tho ralU
roads aro gradually making1 head
way against tho snow on the Co
lumbia River lines. Passengers
from tho stalled trains at Bridal
voll were brought here by steam
er, which, left again this morning
to get passengers stalled at Lyle;
Tho Willamette river here this
morning registered sixteen and alar
tenths, and It' Is predicted 'that It
w'lU fall' slowly? '
'PORTLAND, Nov,, .23. Through
out tho night, and,; today tba rail
road officials havo. been worklac
Ih'defatlg'ably to. clear the llnra for ,
resumption of traffic which has,
been almost universally held up
throughout the' entire northwest by
terrific storms of mow and. rain.
They aro confronted with a .diffi
cult task owing to tho, fact that
tho thaw which sot ' In oarly yes-,
terday threatens as great damajre ,
as thai ot'tho snow.
The swollen waters of tba Wil
lamette,, tho Columbia. 'and other rl
.vcrs. have, already done great dam
ago throughout northeastern Ore-
gon. whoro ranches have been In- '
undated, houses and brldgas awept
away, tho wator In the irrigation
districts turned loose and la' muay
Instances the. ditches" entirely de
Slnco Saturday, all trains from '
tho .east have .been Stalled aad' it"1
bocame necessary to', caaeel all
eaitward bound schedules'.
Iriu the city :proper the daaiaga .
from' tha thawt can only be aatlja-,,
ated. Interurban traffic is daaioT
allied and more than six taoas- t
and telephones havo been practic
ally been put out of commlaalon. f
X continuation of tho thawl pre- ,
dieted whfch -iwlll prooabirf result.
In r further damage . ,',
STORM .CIAtKS HAVOC k : ?
' ' AND LEBANON INUNbATKO
LEBANON, Ore.,,ov. 23. (Da
layed) Ouo llfo was lost and heavy ;
damage done here Sunday night when v'
this city was Inundated by the over
flowing1 ot the South Santlam River. ..
't'Ji. jWall ot water swept from tha '
mbunialns for sixteen miles, carry- "
Ing out the canal hcadgato. Tha
stroets here were flooded and aide
walks piled into heaps.
Farms In tho vicinity were cut iato
ditches, tho rescuers wading through
tho water to rescue persons who were . '
marooned InMhoJr henis:
boy named Curl, aged nineteen, y)
foirfromth'bridgo over the Bantlsm
at Jefefrsoh-and. was?drowned.
,MAIN LINK BLOCKADE
uV DELAYS TRAIN FROM WEED '
The local passenger train was '
delayed several hours yesterday by
tha late arrival' in? Weed of num
ber 13 on ttfo' malh line. It was
cloven o'clock last " night'' when the
local arrived, here with Its weary
paWngors. "Thirteen" was held
up In tho mountains by the heavy
snow to tho north, and it was lata
betoro the . work crews could break
a way ovbb'.the' Siskiyou mountains.
So far no snow has fallen be-
rVcon horcand Weed. The tracks.
according tq mprabors of the train
crow aro in line snape lor ion
trae. of tha year and It Is possible
to make tho trip In tho usual time.
It ''is1 expected tnat mo aeiay to
night, will bo .slight. It there la any '
.l-aH". '.t:-'' f
THo'Cyclo-Stormograph at Uadar-rb.-ftd'.a,,
Pbarrqacy, registered a,rteiaa;
barometric' pressure until about noea
today ytnee when It has been falltag
quite (rapidly. JThls, coupled wka a
southerly wind may indicate tba ap
proach of another disturbance. HOW
ever, tire barometer Is well into the
fairweather area and chances tor
pleasant day tomorrow are fairly
good. '. , ,
Forecast tor next 31 neun: ...
Storm brewing to the aoUti-waati ,
Thn Tvcos recordina- thermometer
rot-(tnrrl thn fnllowlnr maslBMiai
and minimum iemberatureaJodayi
tow CHI;. ffiwm&&ite&K& 1
L "V tow ;.-... 89