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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1921)
NEWS OP THB
Tonlilit mill lliniilii), iiriiiHliiiial
rain or snow,
Member df the Associated Press.
Flftrmth iVar. Nn, ll'JOl
KLAMATH VM,Ui, ORKCION, HtTl'ltDAV, DIXII.MIIKH HI, IIUI
5 KILLED, 20
Cairo Scene of Egyptian
CAIIIO. Egypt. Der 24 - lor
ilxra In connection with llgyptlan Na
tlnnalUt agitation broke, nut today In
the fllieh auhurh of Cairo, when n
party of etudrnt raided tho govern-
rnent nurvny offlroa. Ilrltlnh trmi
ru.hcl from Talro anit the
i.ini. ..in..inl. ..t.. i.lptleil
luuenin uiiimainir i nm i
Vltn were rl'orteil VIIIpiI ami twpn
tjr wounitnil ("Jlro HpK l il't
Authorltlrn rnim-ynl to Hunt tf)
.l.r. all follnxrra of Hald Zaaloul
Taalm. Nationally ImiNt. hn wi-roi"'" laiia'r nt Hatramcnto l "lo i
forclhly rpmoTPd from tho city yp.trr.j Jnl", 'lp niyattrj out of the banklncl
day and whom KU-I.I Manhall Allcby. , I'Uk'mpm." ;
llrllah HlKti Commlaalnitpr. had or- " "aKPUlpIn lll l.avo a torn.
.t.n..l .iim.1 from Kkh.1 parutlrply lurso tprrllury to foror aa
TEMPLARS TO MEET:-!;,';,
Klatwralii 1irJlina. Ci liltmllon l
Calvary Commaiidpry No 16
Knlahta Tpmldar lll hold tlu-lrt
trnth ChrUtmaa ohaprvanro ut tho
Maaonlc Hall. Chrlatmna mornliiK. at
Kery Knlnht Tpmplar In Kluinnth
Valla la Invited to lip preirnl, whiith.
r memhpr of tho local rominan
dary. or not, and all Kir KlilctiU nn
ltwUPalpd to he III uniform nt K'4!i j
The ianrclpa will be ronductixl li
Hlr Frank Ward who will act a
loaatmaater upon Iho.ocraalon and
tbo program a. arranged by the com- u '"r. very much for that won
... Tin i . . n. derful aled I luivn wanted one llkn
Invocation Sir J W Hr)nt ' " ""'".' ' "' "'
. . a aled, Mr Santa, ao I am writing lo
To the Kmlnent rommnn.lcr of Cnl-1 " jou will gho my old
vary Cemmandery: ",no, ,n tnw ""l" ho who ,,M
Iteiponio R. Sir (leorge J Walton -1"" "
To the Orand Commondnr of Oregon. H"1 ' nl '""
lloaponie K. Tdr i: i: Mage- i,ear joh.
To tho Order of thn Temple you title oil thn real Chrlalnins
Tteiponm Sir .. ' OnghaRen' a),rt In jour kind offor, and I rhall
Tho Chrltma obserrancn I nnnjnol forKi ,0ii next Chrlitmn I am
of tho two occailoni, each ear. whnn ,.,,!,. t0 Kw, , ,0 Krnoat Kndrrn
overy Sir Knight la ovpected to tmi
In attendonre, cten though It may he
allghtty Incnntnnlnnt for him
Immediately follow Inn thn exor.
rliea tho olflccra for 1922 will ho In
stalled. HAM McVKY 1K.H
NKXV VOIIK. Doc. 24. 8am Mc-
Vey. negro heavywelghl. died In a
hospital hero today of pneumonia.
CIIItlHTMAH HKIUICK AT 4i
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' As Christmas Day falls on 4
Bunday this year, tho offlco
will obsorvo Monday as thn
legal holiday. The offlco will
A h kftnl nnen Saturday OVOnltlK
after tho arrival of tho oven-
Ing train (unless train In o.y
late) for delivery of Christmas
mall. On 8unday city delivery
sorvlco will bo porformed by
nrllUrv nirrlnm delivering
UXIIUry carnora UOUVCriUB
your parcols so that you may
4) re'celvo' them on Christmas
Pay. On Monday tho usual
v .holiday sorvlce will be liven
,,,froro 8 am- .J0 ." wnl18
''Iho city carriers will mako one
trip. Tho' rural carrier will
perform rular nervlco on
s) W At WAMUi, I'oilmanUr,
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TRAIN IS .NOT I. XT
1'rovldlng Hut (ruin In on limn
tonight, nit uuxlllury currier,
In aildllloii lo fo.ur regular, w 111
deliver Incoming mall tonight
It ta announced today Hu
auilllury rarrlet will deliver
tomorrow In un rffurl In clean
up ttitt Christina mall
DORRIS MAN MADE
Tols llir M)trr) Out of llankluK,"
l NIoRan of Ktii(atlnnal
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(5 llK''Mi'ln. raihlcT of the llultn
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rifrnt ui.-otlnK of llroup J. Callfor.
chairman of Kluklyou count) HU;
ronnltl principally In In
IntPrpat of other bankpraj
In Ihp rounly unit IihIiicIiik thpui lo
carry on tin r.lucullvn rampakn In
tho nchnola of their particular local-'
lly rducatlnx achool rhlldreii In
Ihu rudlmenta and prlnclplca of bunk
Inc. It Ii hoped that throunh tlipm
thttlr pormila will bo vdurutcd
SANTA AWARDS SLED
Nlrliiilui A'rrpls Offer of John
Hill Ko In lls I'rpweiH
To Dear Kunta Clnu.
I'lease, Mr. Ranla, I want to thunk
wj, j,,,, nl iac .Uwli at net
HAS BIRD OF AN IDEA
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ing, Winter, H K. T. I.uililen
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"" cneor ,o one nnniiirr ..,
not coniIUr tho hungr unemployed
bird which nro hnlng icnnt pick-
lnK thin weather," nuk II. T, l.ud
l.uddon points out thnt tho birds (
U'nrlt tnr im ifll.iilimnier. ImiiHnir .
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for bugs which aro damaging Ireoj, 1
ahruba and other growing things,!
and that when winter comes unit lack
of bugs throws thorn out of employ-
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, A " crumbs thrown fit
," I""J1wouM kro" ,,,rm n,lu,
'"' l'ud',c"' m
Thy Cyclo-Stnrmagraph at Undor-
wimu o iiirmuv luturuou n sivuun;
,,,,. harnmnlrie nressnro for tho
last 24 hours, until to o'clock this
morning, alnco whon It hs been fall
However It Is woll into tho "fair
weather" Hoollon and the Indications
aru good for flno weather tomorrow,
barring fog, -
Forecast for next 21 heurs:
(lenorully fair; continued cold.
Tho Tycoa recording thermometer
registered the following maximum
and minimum lunu'oratum ludnyt
1 1 IM Hill Jn lilisiiiiiiiiiltliiliiiiiiisl "'
Program Would Cut British
and U. S. Number to
WASHINGTON. In 31 Tho
American program for limitation of
aubmarltip tonnage prraentcd to-(
day to u Natal Arnamcnt committer j
of thn tho iirr It propound a ill.,
marine tonnage of SO.O00 each for J
(treat llrltaln and tho t'nltcd State,
franco upproilmately 12. 000, Japan
32.000, Italy 22,000. I
Tho program would cut thn I'nltpd'
Slolm and Crrat llrltaln about one
third each, Irnvlng tho other power
in their urcient position, j
Thn llrlliih prtipoaal for total
nbollihmcnt of auhmarinea la aald to
havo In on placed on fllu without def-'
lultn action I
WAHIIINOTON. l ('.. Dec. 24.
Thn Italian declared that Italy could
not accept the Amvrimn aubmarlno
DICK BANNISTER DEAD
Mini Wniiiiiliil riillnuliw Allrrrn
thin I. pi nx III lllpl(lll
1.AKKVIKW, Dec. 21. (Special
In Tho Herald) "Dick" llannUtcr.
who wiih ihot below the heart by
John D D.ircey, n Jitney drlter if
llnrna. tit I'alile) Inst Monday, fol
low Inn nn nttercatlon In llannliter'a
pool hull In the Chowiiuran hotel,
died In ft I.ukotluw hospital ut 9:15
lint night Tho body today waa tuk
en to I'ahiley for burial, which will
lie Mondii) or Tueday,
Darrc) wna formally charged with
murder by the dlttrlrt ntturiie'a of
flco here today
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SO THIS IS XMAS
Hc Ihl U (.'lirlitnuii-
Home uf "It comei liut (into ii '
yrnr thank flod." A
Other 'iy "It come onio etcryj
year tnuiik imi
"Some" can't Kc tho pleasure for
"Otlicra". can't ice the ixprnso for
"Weury Chriatina and Nappy New
Vvar," murinur tho tlrrd ahopglrli.
"Illrary Chrlntmaa and Knapp)
New Vcar," imllo fntorlte bootleg
sera. In our home are prrcnla wlioap,
nbjonce we oipectiil.
They come from frlcnda p
thought rloso Inntead of cloao
If tkt'y lire close enough lend them
one of thoe niPsMgci:
"Dear lllank, I moiled our prea
cii t It not lost. Merry t'hrlntmui."
"IVar (iraie. Ma atralnud roup In
your docking". Merry t'lirlntmai."
"Dear 1I It. tho tie for )ou got
linln) My family burned It "
And some friend bare tho gift of'
git lug unties gl(U.
Hut llk handkerchiefs uro flno If
iui don't r.ttrh cold.
And net btorklnga r.tn bo hiiiiR for
la re curtain.
And ran bo eaten If cooked llko
Only 3CS mom days until Christ-
I Merry Christmas.
, R. SURVEYORS
Party Working North of
Kirk Are Believed
S. P. Engineers
. A hint of coming railroad develop
menta la contained In tho Information
that a parly of railroad aurveynra,
presumably of the Southern Pacific,
hate been working on tho marau
north of Kirk Tho work ha boen
going on quietly for the pat two
weeks, and waa cllicontlnucci. when
weather condition Interfered
It Is tald that tho surveyors were
fpeklng a closer routo acrois the
marsh front Kirk northward, with
llend, tho ultimate objective.
It has not been posslblo to ascer
tain the purpose of tho surrey.
LOCAL TP.AIN DELAYED
i:nlnp I-'oitiiI to Itun -III Mllen to
Turn Amu nil When Itnll llrrak
Christmas passenger homeward
bound kicked their heels aimlessly
against the local depot this morn
ing, or huddled around tho stores In
the waiting; rooms, whllo cnglno No.
10, the motlng spirit of their train,
steamed nway to Chtloquln In order
to turn around
It strike tho general public as a
good Joke, or a comody farco at the
tery least, for a railroad locomotive
to tmrel 30 or 40 miles to turn
around, but that was tho situation
when a mil broko on the local "Y"
track this morning, derailing four
loaded box car, and thus blocking
tho only posBjblo turning point onJ
tho wholo sjntciu this sldo of Chllo
TOWNS PIIKIMKIMi KOR
KLOOII OK Oino IlIVKIt
DL'K TO HEAVY RAINFALL
CAl.I.II'OI.IS, Ohio. Dec. 24
The town of I'olnt 1'leaiant.
Mlddleport and Pomcroy today
arc preparing for a flood of tho
Ohio Illver which haa become
wollen due to 24 boura of
heavy rainfall, and la threaten-
Ing to leave Ita banki.
SCIENCE SHOWS HOW
SANTA CLAUS CAN
How KrN Krlnglo Out Cover Wtiole
World on ChrtoUaa Kv
Scientist and Author
It anyono were to tell you that
there could be two, and even three.
Christmas dayg going on at the
same time, on our earth, you would
jrobably vask thtm how they made
their home-brew. And yet It Is a
scientific fact which may explain to
the children how It Is Santa Claus
can cover tho whole world on
As the earth revolves on Its axis.
midnight and morning must con
stantly change.. A new day is al
ways beginning somewhere. But
there must bo some official spot or
line where any glren day begins on
Uy a fortunato chance, this line
can bo drawn precisely half way
round tho globe from the Green
wich meridian, and this lino crosse,
no Important land area, being al
most entirely In tho Pacific ocean.
Where Day Dcgtn
This line Is known as the "Inter
national Day Line,' and here each
day officially begins.
On tho right of this line It Is,
say, Sunday, when it Is Monday on
tho left of the lino. Monday begins
at midnight at this line, but Sun
day In stilt finishing on the rest of
tho earth. It takes Monday 24
hours to encircle the globe and get
btck to this line, o as to begin
Tuesday. Meanwhile Sunday Is run
ning out, as Monday catches up
with It .while encircling the globo.
Thus ,thero aro always two days go-
I...- n nl llift Mma lln.n nn n,.,-
...n -' ..w u...u ...v, w. um,
Kurthcrmone, whllo a day at any
particular place Is 24 hours long,
each day lasta an earth at least 48
Any elvon day, say Christmas, Is
first counted as that day Just west
of tho dato line. An hour later,
Christmas begin 15 degrees west
of that line, tw'o hours later It be
gins 30 degrees west of It, and so
on round tho globe.
That Third Day
Tho people Just west of tho dato
line, who first hailed Christmas,
havo en Joyed 12 hours- of It whon
It Jiegins In England, IS hours of It
when It begins In Central United
States, and 24 hours of It, or a
whole day, whon It begins In West
ern Alaska, Just oast of the date,
lino. Christmas, thon, has existed I
24 hours on tho globo, but, having
Just begun In Western Alaska. Iti
will tarry 24 hours longor among
inunMnd, making 48 hours that this
day blesses the earth.
But tho dato line Is not quite
straight; It varies. Attu Island,
for Instance, la Included with Alas
ka. Because of this, every day actu
ally exists 49 hours and 13 minutes,
before It actually cesses to tie on
Hut i lioljin rWIU i'J tf' "I'rd
ay '. ' ,
FAIR MEASUHT "
13 Member An 0MMi
to 1925 ExMtiM
RA1.KM. Dec. 24. The Senate ad.
Journed at midnight until 10 o'clock.
this morning after roll call bad 1
committed to take Dual vote ott
.This followed 10 hours or
which began at two yesterday after
noon. The motion to adjoara waa
posed by thirteen, nearly all of whoa
were expected to vote acalaet tho
Resolution. Sixteen voted for ad
journment. A section of the Orofoa
constitution waa discovered fcr
Senate members, JasijaftM'TyaUawni
ment. which they saldmay aaas thai
exposition resolution to bo declarod
passed when It goes to a TOtO. TWa
provides that a majority of sleeted
members voting la Its -vor shall
pass a question.
At present the Senate had only It
members, Senator Hume having died,
and 13 constitutes a majority.
Tho road protection measure fin
ally passed the Senate, convpletiag
that part of the special session pro
gram. SALEM. Dec. 24. Housa bill 5,
giving police regulation on highways
to tho stato highway coasasksale,
passen the Senate yesterday. Hove
Bill 21, placing motor bus Use aador
public service commission, which pre
cipitated a debate was recommended
SALEM, Pec.' 3,C Four amend
ments were mado to tho bill Clvta
the Public Service Commission retro
latton over motor busses. One given
cities and towns the right to pass
regulatory ordinances; another ex
empts neighborhood trucks from
hauling farmers produce; a third
provides that tho commission "may"
instead of "shall" require manifests
of truck operators; while a fourth
removes tho word "surety" from
mention of bonds required, substitut
ing Instead "good and sufficient
SALEM, Dec. 24. At 1:45 today
the House unanimously adoptod tho
motion that Speaker Dean appoint
committee of four to confer with a
llko commltteo of the Senate oa the
Exposition measure, which west
through tho Senato over President
minor's adverse ruling on a IS to
14 vote. Following the eommlsslcm
appointed to mako stato fund aadlt
undor tho Dennis resolutien: Rep
resentatives North of Vtuttaemah,
Carter of Jackson and Senators Pen
nls and Patterson and Frank M. War
ren of Portland.
TORNADO KJXLH 44
MONROE. La., Dec. MvFeev
tern people w-oro killed In n tornado
today near here.
NEW ORLEANS, Dec, MwXMrir
one people were killed hi toseaad
on the lower Mississippi TatUf SSSS
MONDAY HOLIDAY 4
As Monday Is rHl hsMsy.
business houses will remain a)
dosed alLday. Tbers wilt sw M.
Issue of TM'KVWMW ft! Ml
that SV. . I I
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