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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1921)
Sfty Hmnttnrji Herald
Tonight mill Hnliinliiy, ruin ur
NEWS OF THE
Member of the Associated Press.
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KLAMATH PALI, OKIMION, IHID.W, DKCKMIHIH 2.1, 1121
WHO OWNH TIIH PIIOPKHTY?
Wliu owns lliu prupiirty fur lhn
. . . . . ...
li(i(Mii)niiiii or which inn mricer
KUmnlh county violated lhn !., LONDON. Drr. 3.1 Tim 01
lllUlllf IIWIHI'III ) I"" J
mill lrpoil upon every right
guaranteed In ilT Tlml In it que.
Iluu which many reader of llm
Herald liavn asked nml which wn
will antwer. Wo rlnlin till" In thn
property iniilrr lhn term of our
(onlracl, which pruvlde,
"Ami I lii parlle of lhn llml uml
necnnd part li:. J Murray kihI Tim
. Herald I'iiIiIIiiIiIiik roinpnny) each
for himself ami Itself respectively,
hereby covenant ami agree that In
lhn event that llm party nf lhn
third part. (Tim Uncord Publish
Inn company) ahull fall to eierdsn
till option on ur before December
10, IV2I, thru ami In Unit nventi
lhn anlil K J Murray, flrl party,
anil llrradl Publishing company,
second parly, ahall ami will pur-
chain lhn coiiiiiiiin alocK 01 mm
Klamath lticonl Publishing com
tianr for lhn aum of Ihrrn thouaaml
ilollara (I3.OUO.U0 1 ami they agree
to pay to lhn li oilier 11 of aalil com
nion slock aalil aum or jj.uuu.qii
on or before Juuuary 10. 193!,"
Wn haru pa lil In caah ami Hi
equivalent over 12X00 lu Mr. lidding
ml Mr. Wlesl uml offered them on
December 10 tha tialanrn due Wo
bare compiled with rvnry provlalon
of lhn contract ami tha property lu
dispute waa brouxht to our offlrn by
Mr. lidding aa part pvrfornutm.0
nf that contract, but prior In thu
Hum when hn uml Wlct iU' IiIimI that
Ibny would ropudlala It,
Wn ara aa legally possessed of that
property a la any clllton of anything
hn owns. Tim officer wliu ara vluUt
Ini the law lu thnlr mad effort to
rrpalr thn negligence of thn sheriff
re familiar llh all thn facta, bul
ralhar than admit limy made a mla
lake, by taking thn legal, orderly
couna and taking control of tha
property aa tbn law provides, they
propose to uia the mntliod of thn law.
breaker, llm thug whose unn rulo la
violence and the thrust li luck lo
rucapn tbn consequence of Ibolr mli
tnd, Tha aland wn aro taking la thn
correct unn, and thn fight am
making la for each Individual cltl
nn. Tor It thla Illegality continues,
no ono ran tell wbcu It will bo hi
SUPREME COURT '
.. RULING AFFECTS
Decision In ' of American llnril-
wood Moaufarluirr I'
IPOHTLAND. Dec Z3 Tim deel.
Ion of thn supreme court, announced
In tha raa of thn American Hard,
wood Manufacturcra' aoclatluii, In
which thn open coiiiNtltlon plan of
trade aaaoclatlon was declared to
come under tho term of the Sherman
ntl-trust law, will cauao iiwny as
sociation In tho northwest Immedl
Inly to aeeklegal adlco a to what
hall bn done Among lumber ancla
tlona hern that work under general
rulea almllar to thai of other lumbor
aaorlatlona throughout the United
NUlea aro lhn West Coast Lumber
men'a aaaoclatlon Western 1'lne
Lumber Manufacturing aaaoclatlon,
nd tho Columbia lllver logger' as
sociation. IsprMon Ik Awltctl.
"Thero will bo no action from my
office until wo recall o a copy of thn
decision from tho aiipremn court mi
(hat wn will know tha detnlla of thn
cam Involved nml Ita appllrntlon to
other almllar associations, nml aUo
until wo learn Hint tho policy nf thn
government la to bo lu prosecution of
saoclallona iindur H10 Inlerprotallon
placed upon thnlr activities by tho
uprnmn court," Leater Humphreya,
United Statu dlalrlct nllomey for
(Ma dlalrlct. said ycalenluy after
Son. "From tho meager reporta I hao
received, tho supremo court ha
'opened up n new Interpretation of
the antl'lrust law. Tho lumbor asso
'elation would not bo tho only onea
W como undor such a declilon. II
would mean association of any
Croup of bualnesaoa, which handle
(hair business almllar lo that of thn
American Hardwood Mnnufaettirora'
COPCO MOVES OFFICE
Kniineerliut Iteparlnvrnt I Novr
Fonnrr Hank nulldlng
Tending upprnval of n leata, thn
engineering department of tho Call
frcnla Oregon Power company yes.
terdsy moved from rooms above the
Star, Drug itoro to n.-r quartora In j
the former rirni .-National nunx
building. Fourth and Main, which
probably will become tho permanent
'quarters of nil local offices of the
company. Thn lease has yet to ho
approved by tho head offlro ot tho
company nt Ban Francisco.
DAi KIHKAN.V AIUOUrtNfl
PUBLJN, Pec. 8. Aftor debating
tkl Anglo-Irish treaty all day, th
Pull Wrwnn toild)- (ii!flMvir in Jin
IsUPIIKMi: COUNCIL WILL
I IIK AHKKH TO 1'OH.M PI.A.V
TO All) CHNTHAL KUIIOI
or) ... 4
alllad aiiprrnio council at n
innalllig luinn to bn Imlil at
CaniicH' will bo naked by thn
Intorentnd powera In appoint a
cumin Union to nlaburato a
comprehennlvu aiheinn for thu
rehabllltnllon or Central Ku
ril pn and ItiiHHla. Thla wa do
Cldeil at a rniifereiicn of thn
Krniich uml llrlllah prnmlnra
here. Thn Hulled Ktotea unit
Uermany would bn Invited to
havn ineniberahlp In thla com
ntlaalOn Thn queatlou of a
llunalan repreaentatlvn waa
held In nbeyaure
ui..i p.i- .M thilnv iirn- ami
Ttirrr In All Parta of
DAV WIIJ. III! HAD Hilt
MANV AT KI.I.IH IHUM
NKW VOHK, lee. 22. -In con
trail tit lho Joy with which nearl)
everybody elan In the metrnpolla la
looking fnroitrd to ChrUtma. morn
than 1,000 men, women and chil
dren here are preparing for a
made only morn hitter by tho
latlon that they arn unhappy in timi
nnnai ni rejinriiin
Thean are the malorlly
Sam'a temporarr gueata at the Kllla
laland Immigration Htatlon, who are
awaiting deportatlnn becauae iiuotaa
permitted for their rountrlea arc ex
hauited. It wilt be. Immigration of.
delate aay, thn aaddeat Chrlatmaa the
laland haa ever seen
"There will be no Christina holi
day for thn Immigration men, but
on Hunday afternoon wn horn, lo have!
a little entertainment to brighten
Ihlnga, If wn ran, for those whit arn
Ul be turned back," aald Hubert K
Tod, Port Commtaaloner of Imffllgra
itoiC", IM'MII IIKtHTS TO IIAVK
THKK AT rillLAOKI.I'IIIA.
PIIII.ADKLPIIIA. Dec 22. Dumb,
beast In Philadelphia arn to have a I
ChrUtma tree Arrangement are",0,,f(l ,hll Senalo consider In;
lining mndn by Hie Pennsylvania committee of a whole this morning
Women' Hoclety for the Prevention thl the Kxposltlon measures paasod
lie lt.1 ItnllL.. I..I ..!..!. 1f-.nH .. 1
or cruelty lo Animals, Horses. Uoks.j
and cat arn to be guo.1. of the ,,.'
ety. For lho horse there will bo np
plrw, carrot and blankets, far thn
dogs, dog biscuit; far the rats, cat
Kach horse will also receive three
meals, ono at tha "party" and two
to be taken borne.
NIX HI'.MHtKD KIDIUKH
KNTKIITAINCI) AT At'llt'lIN
AllllintN, Dec 22. -Six hundred
"kiddles" wern entertained last night
at tho home nf Mrs, W. A, Bhopard.
Thn grnunda wnro beautifully Il
luminated with electric lights and
old-fashioned bonfires, Knnta Claus
wo Ihoru and gift were distributed
gratuitously to thn multitude. A hun
dred "grown-ups" wllncaacd the
Several yeara ago, Mra. Rhepard
started tho Idea with n llltlo tree In
hea Immediate neighborhood. This
year alio Invited all the children In
OSAOK INDIANS TO OCT
$1100 Kni 1'UO.M HANTA.
PONCA CITY. Okla., Dec. 23.
Banta Claus arrived today with near
ly two and a half million dollar
tucked away In his bag for thu Onago
Indians. Christmas chocks of 1 1100
each wero bolng distributed unions
lho 2219 mombors of tho trlbo In a
quarterly division of oil royalties
from Osago lands.
HAHDI.NO TO PUBLISH
WASHINOTON, Dec. 33. Prcsl
dent Harding next Friday will make
nubile a list of Christmas mrilnii. li
was announced officially ut thu White
H'oufio this aftornoon. i
VNIVKHHITY CLUB TO I
HOLD MKKT1NO TOMORROW !
A mass meotlng of mombors of
tbn University club has been railed
by John Houston, presldont, for to
morrownlght at 5 o'clock In tbo
Chamber, of Commerce rooms. The
meeting Js for the purpose of hear,-,
Ing of the plans for the coming
holldsy dance. All committee,
head wll be present to present i
their plane (or features Aud other
entertainment tbrouihoilt (lifl fiven
FAVORS TWO OF
' Third Under Consideration;
$90,000 Extra for
IIAI.KM, Dec 23-vrim Henuto
II0..L ('mmlllm In. I nlrhl iiiinnl.
. itioii.lv wilml lo moon favorable Un.
llf lho lhr(l ,imnltraHon hlghwnyi
' meaaurea and llm third la being con-!
I aldered today
Tli. 1ln,.MH tt..M.f n I. Ill .r..wl.1ln
J 190,(100 nddltlonal appropriation fori
, ailmlnlairrliis Dm I30.00fi.ooo boniia'
The llou.11 yealerdny panne,) twelve
I bllla, Including Ihren Kenaln men.
ure, Including hill rtempilng thn
u from being uned a paymentr"" l0 )rou "" "" "'"" a" lo 'our
dubta eonlrarted beforo June !, frlenda
A bill providing for traveling ex-
penae of circuit Judge pa
III providing that arhmil dlatrlcla!
1 lend fiinda. I
W, ,oad kgl.UHo., ,.l on Ihel
way toH.rd enactment, and with tho!
v., 1 ... .1.11 .... .
gaaollne tax passed thn Hou.e Tho
I senate today a. tackling tho prob-'
Bm nf a final dlapolllon of Hie Kx-I
poaltlon meaaiirn, following a s'plrlt-
t.,1 ,l..lial.. Iii.I tilvlif Hn.l ..il.pil.v
over an amendment to the gaaollno1 LODGES OBSERVE DAYj Tho City of Klamath Falla JC5,
tax bill propoaed In lho Senate which' '000 refunding bonds have been sold
provldea that 60 percent of tho reven-1
tin from thn proimaml 3c gaaollno tax'
ball gn lo thn highway cominiaMun,
and 40 per cent to tho F.xpoalHon'
"' $2,000,000 I. reallicd. The
h'shway commlaslon favor thla apllt
HALKM, Dnc. 23. The lluusn latu
1 yiwlorday passed allthren highway
mcaaurn recommended by tbo high
way committee. Several amendmenta
to llnusn Hill 31 and House Hill No.
4 were written In during thn thrco
hours of discussion. House bill No, S
tinssed without roinnmnl
HALKM. iM-e 23 -When . Moser
"' " "-" . ""'. '
! ' order, caused delay when he'
asked for 21 hours, or at least four
or the hours for members to become
familiar with tho measure
Tho Kenato passed thn Dennis lies
olulion requiring an audit of all the
state account, passed Vinton' bill
regarding Inheritance laxe, and the
lllndman bill regarding filling terms
of offlro when vacancies occur It sus
tained tho (lonrnor' oto of the
1 Inst session of n bill providing a Hnt-
iiroay nan iiuiiiisy ior county oiuces,
8ALKM. Dec 23 The highway
coinmlsslon was summoned before
the Kenaln "llonils committee this af
ternoon to tell tho effect of tha Kx-
position gasollnn tax on the highway
I'ai Iff -
iiiis v -
Amis . . 4'J4. y. .
fa YsJpwBnUt'- m$ -fox if
ill' s 'yKBBjK Li
WsSsWSSWSiisoaosavas i urn i m I n M nan i ii i I " "M
I SANTA ANNOUNCES
WINNERS OF THREE
Old Krli Klngln 'llu, llnnl Tn.k lo
ImlKo I'mni llnoilrnU uf
TO MV DKAIl CMII.DKKN .
Hero I am, ua promlned, lo award
thn ali'il, akntea and ramara to three
good little chlldrnn of thla (Ity
With hundred) of tetter lo read,
In addition to my other work,, you
may well bellnve, my III tin friend,
that mine wa nv light taak. You
I """l" "'" '"k IuWy hard, children,
lieCBUao moat of you auld In your'
letter that It waa your dealro to pun
,,ln Br, on ,0 olncr" "n !cnerou,,
'I'lrlt I haro never ae.-n equaled In
any city or inn worm 1
nut alter many hour or aluuy.
"lll('11 ' n"r ,l,,,,, "fonc w'10
fcnow " ,l10 children or mia city, (
awarded tho aled to John V. Ilurke .rpon,bla for thn audden Int.rrup-
,l10 k,l'', ,0 I-r,l!o ' ruc"' nnl ,,lp Hon of a card party at the home of
'" '" Thelma .Selaon. I alncere-
' lru,t tno Klfl" '" MnK "PI'1"'1
To lhn many other who wrote let-
. i.i .1... t -t.-it ... 1
' n ' ,,ou,,, ""' "'"' ' """" "" '" ro
nriaimaa i.vp. no non 1 ne nutap.
I"''1""'- "' yUT "tocklnga and go
'" "ru ''""' nnu P"""!11 ou wl ue
V-ntlr aurprlacd In the morning
tto Hllh "" m for r "'
tret, and lo Tho Lvcnlng Herald.
"hllch nctc'1 my cml.ry. 1 will
m ' onn "ml " W LM-
",iU nml ,l'ppjr 'r.Tc'r.
l4l,r,ll KnlrrUlnmrnU to tW Heidi
....-... if. 11. 1....
The Iraternal oruera. llko me
ehurcho. orn planning special enter
talnmenl for their members, and In
aomn Instances for outalde gnosis In
cnlobratlon of Christmas, Tho order
dovotlnr thn areatest ninountnf
work and time to their holiday
tnrtalnment are thn Oddfellows,
Masona, Klka and Mimmo lodge
Thn Oddfellow are having n
Chrlatmaa treo and entertainment for
their children, and a musical pro
gram and games afterward for the
older folk and children. Thl affair
will bn held In the lodge rooms, be.
tween Christmas and New Years, In
stead of beforo Christmas.
The Ma.ons nnd Knstern Star uro
axn)t ,, ,rco ,on,KM ,
thn Masonic hall, for their families
'Special attractions will be provided
for tho )uiing folk as well a for
Thu Klk urn devoting, all their
energies to their usual charity 'work
among tho needy of tha city, asldo
from whlrh they ore having nothing
A Christmas tree presided ocr by
Santa Claus will bo held In tho Moohc
lodge rooms tonight for all children
under ten years old.
program. Thu House committee as a
whole approed the measure placing
highway traffic under control of tho
Public Snrvlro commission.
GREAT OAKS FROM LITTLE ACORNS GROW
Failure of Plans Result
in Confession of
CIIICAOO, Dec 23 Clyde Tim-
mona, wIiomi companion, Karl Tim-
; on w hot d kmej i.,. ,.,..
I ufter they had kidnapped and robbed
I Mri Jtmen j, Callahan, her daugh-
ter and brother, confeaaed today that
hn ,., ni D.rtnDr had Dartlcloated
In aoveral holdups, Inclading
t train robbery laal Auguat, and were
jncob ljeb of Chicago laat June
Kollowlng tho confeiialon, the po -
llco took Into cualody Mlas Mary Hob-
orl. 23. nld to have been an Intlra-
ate acquaintance nf the dead robber
' . ... ... .
inninon nam nn ana ni companion
collected 1460 In tho Oregon abort
line train holdup on August 31 Laat
Friday thn pair held up J. F. Walah.
In Chicago and atolo an automobile
nnd watch. Tlnimon aald.
REFUND BONDS SOLD
Iun N Taken by Timer Portland
at 53 ad accrued Interest to the
i. . . . . . 1 . .
Portland bond liou.es of Lumber
mono' Trust company. Krcoman.
Smith k, Camp company and Ralph
Schnclock & Company, it was -announced
today by Police Judge Leav
ltt. Tho money will be available as
soon a tbo bonds are delivered to the
en-(above concerns, Judge Leavltt said.
TWO WOMKX OIVK.V
SIX MONTHS IN PKN.
Hlanrhn Turner and Jesse Kck-.
wnld. convicted of larceny from the
person, town) were sentenced by
Judgo Ku keiulull to six months In
thn state enctentlary at Salon). John
O'Connor, who pleaded guilty to lho
charge of uttering a bad cbock, was
II.V1IV HOY IIOH.V TO
.Mil. AND MUX. Mrl.KMOHK
Word tin reached here of the
birth i.f a 7 4 pound baby boy to
Mr nnd Mr. D. M. McLemore, at
thnlr home In Oakland, California, i
WASHINGTON'. D. C, Dec. 33.
hill appropriating $20,000,000
for purchato of grain for Russian
famine relief, finally passed yester
day and goes to tho president.
I ntoiiK of M-rrMtj
I'ltlCKH TO IIK MA OK
IIV ATTOIINKV OKXEItAI
WABIIINOTON, Dec. 23,
Declaring that prtcea are too
high Id many localities, and
that retallera" profit are un-
eonaclonable, Attorney Oeoeral
Daugherty today ordered a n-
tlon-wldo Inrcatlgallon of r-
tall price of food, fuel, ahoci
and clothing In an effort to
put retail price on a proper
TO KLAMATH DIST.
I . .. . . v.nrt
' Kultr Ktlon of Former
J That paaaage of tho ,rn"10"
. meaaurea by both nouae of tne iiaie
I leglalature Wednosday meani much
to tho Klarnam irngaou
tho opinion of Secretary A. L. Wlh-
ard. of tho Klamath water uaera a
... ..... .... .kl. I. IaI.
( aoclation. no arnica mi mm --
latlon which 11a Deen ursea "
aomo time, and that lho meaaure
- wero pooaed by tho laat scoaion 01 me
leglalature but wero vetoed by
1 rnrernor. who gave a hi rcaaon for
J ao doing that he thought tho Irrlga-
Hon district law. at enacted In 1917,'
to be a good sound law, and that he
' was reluctant to tamper wfth It.
"After four year of experience we
have como to reallio that cerUIn aee-
tlona of the law were wrong, and a
riitii-rmtni-d effort haa been made to
correct the faulty sections," said
.. . ..... .... t.
Wlanaro. "Tne principal renei nw
Wlsahrd. "The principal relief Is ob
tained by permitting districts to
retain tho penalty and Interest deriv
ed from our delinquent assessments, j
which formerly waa retained by the
"Another feature." said WJshard.
"Is that tho districts are permitted
under tho new law to set the dates
of their annual and monthly meet
ings. In the past, districts were-com-
I nellcd to hold their annual election
on tno ,econd day of January. Com-
nK at ,me wncn traTe, u,uaIr ,
most Inconvenient. It resulted In aMCa weK-
very small turnout of voter. Under 0roat r,ralr3r W,U ba developed
the new- law the election will be held durlnK the 8ea,l0n M um h
sometime In October, ther.bv nr. I composed In part, at least, of mem-
mlttlng people to be present at the'1
Wlshard said ho had received no
advice as to the other features of
the measures passed. He beliieves,
however, that they relate to proceed-
ure with reference to the sale of
bo.ds.and obtaining rights-of-way.0;' """"" "---
r- .1... .-, .. ...... ...I B' glowing account of themaelves
,..- ........,:,,.,, oul
uimuivi -.in u. inen out as soon,
us a copy of the laws passed are re-1
ceived, he said.
BONANZA BEATS H.. S.
Ixm-hI IbMkctball Quintette Provca
No Match for Opponents
Defeat came again to the Klamath
I county high school when they met
tlonanra on the basketball floor In
the new athletic asosciatlon gym last
' night, with a final score ot 32 to 10.
' A falr-slxed crowd of fans watched
the game and lent their best support
to tha homo team, but with little or
The K. C. If. S. boys were facing
difficulties in that they were suffer
j Ing from tho loss of Holland Watt.
j their most promising center; and,
too, they faced a team that could
boast at least four experienced play
ers, who mado commendablo records
The gamo tonight between tho Klks
and Merrill, with tho high school
s American Legion, as a prelimin
ary, promises to bo Interesting, ac
cording to tho team captains.
, Porcy Durko, who wus chosen as
captain of tho Legion team on Wed-
ncsday night, has been compelled to
gho up hi placo on the team as his
business affairs prevented his giving
I tho necessary time to practice, and
his successor will bo elected tonight.
Since the Legion has had only u few
days in which to prcparo for the
game, thoy nro bending out a re
quest that overy legion man who can
possibly mako it should bo on hand
, tonight at tho g)m tojenil his sup
port in caso Its needed,
THIS IK ONK WAY TO
GET INTO YOUR HOME
PROVIDENCE, R. I., Dec. 22
! Mrs. Catherine Carley went shop
i ping tnd forgot her door key. The
(.children had locked the door. Her
husband, fireman, bad a key, tro
she turned In an alarm and the
.tire company renponflcili Hr h""
I band it her Itii
Big Times Ahead far L I
"Bills" When IMIiac
Tho Klks bowling tournameit will
open Monday, Dee. 28, on the Hey
In tha club room for a leaaoa of 14
weeks competitive bowling.
member I urgently requested l 1
carefully the schedule an pr?
Iila dates accordingly.
Tbo team line-up and schedala H
herein given will also be
the blackboard In the dab
every week for the followlaf tv
weeka of play.
Following tho the team aaT meJi y -bers
of each and acaedule for tint
two weeks of play:
Zerellnes: irallwell. L. HoastoK
lloagland, Leavltt, Olds.
Contracters: D. Miller,
5ooro w WIiaon, Henrr.
: fihepDOr(i,; Waiter, MeKtltonj,
. nortUrd. McClure, Alattt.
n.,hr)l. Bwonann. Jeeter. Aeklaar.
j,. yeQeet Underwood.
I Druggists: Pope, Mason, Lorwu,
Marshall, Hog era.
Dredgera: W. Smith. Laveakk,
Hodge, Ooddard, Stone.
City Dads: Wiley, W. O. Smith,
Hooper, Ambrose, Kuykendall.
Mon. Uearcat va Shepherd.
Tuns. Zerolenes va Druggtat.
Wed. Darbers va City D4a.
Friday Contractor va Dredger.
j Second Week:
Mon. Barber va Dredcer.
Tn lU.ri-nl. va Pl Tin Am" 1
Wed. Contractors va. DruggUU.
Friday Zerolenei vi Sbepherda.
Kach team will compete with every
other team twice during the leaaoa,
but will plar only one nlgbt each
week ,0 th,t no member wilt bo f
quired to play but the one nlgat
who ,re fn1dtred among tho
top notch bowlers ot the northwest.
and they will itrlvo during; the seas
on to retain the laurels they have
won In tho past.
They are going to have to "hit tho
ball" every minute for thero are oev-
-t -l-..t. ... -.-... WIV ltt
M(1 wln up8et comp,9te tB, i
'dopo" that Is being given out by Use
wise ones." The old "war horaoo"
will have to buckle Into the haraaM
It they expect to even be mentloaed
for the All Star team at the end of
Don't forget. "Dill"; Monday, De
cember 26, Is the opening date, and
whether or not you bowl bring yoar
family and help start'er off with a
RELIEF FOR RUSSIA'
President Harding Signs Mi
WASHINGTON', D. C. Dec 531
President Harding today signed the
$20,000,000 Russian Relief fund.
MOSCOW. Dec. 23. Tbo death
rate In Russian famine district la
rising rapidly. Over 200 are burled
overy day in the Saratov region. Tho
American relief administration Is
! feeding 800,000 children and tha
number Is expected to pass the mil
lion mark by Christmas.
KF.MPKK CASK GOGS TO JURY'
Tho caso ot S. O. Kempke, charged
with larceny from a rooming bouse,
went to the Jury before noon today.
It was expected a verdict would bo
returned lata today.
The Cyclo-Stormagraph at Under
wood's Pharmacy shows that tho
barometric pressure rose slowly, but
steadily, from 4 P. SI. yesterday, un
til noon today, (Favorable for clear
ing ), Since noon a slight fall has
occurred, and this may mean the ep
ircacb ot another disturbance.
The baromoler Is so low that tho
rise does not bring it Into tha "lair
woathor" area, but the Indicatloes
'avor a temporary clearing toalgkt,
it tomorrow morning.
Forecast for next 34 hours;
Clearing tonight. Indications for
fair weather tomorrow more fav
The Tycog recording theratoaMter
registered the following msxIjmm
and minimum tmpirturw today.