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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1921)
STlft? lEttjmitm Iteali.
NEWS OFfTHE WCltiM
t Tonight unit Friday, niln In Weal
Itxirdoti (if ntatu; cloudy ciml portion.
Member of the Associated Press.
i ijnuii 'i
iplrirrailh YiNir, Xu. IKM7
thijhhdav, ii:ci;.miii:u ss, ma I
TO HI FEES
.Modoc Range Permittees
'Will Retain Preference
During Closed Period
Hhecpmen w mil Imtn In pay
,-grailng foes fur Modne lava bed
irange pormlla, nor will their per.
ml la In raiicollnd even though a re
teent ruling clnactl thn ranitn fur Ihla
vwlnter, aerorilliiK to a letter receiv
ed by J. H Carnalian, aecretary of
tilin Klamath Wool tlruwera' eaaocla.
lion from W (I. Durtiln, furcat super
wlaor. The letter followa
"I art) pleaaed to Inform you that
Mr, Nelson anil I am of Ilia am
opinion rrcanllnK thin matter We
ifetl that owing li thn depleted eon
idlllon of thn raniin In question, lhat
ithern will be mi limn sustained by the
lOovernmeiit It the nitigo la not tiled
tthla winter. It waa very iiereaaary
llaat fall thai Ihe area ahuulil not be
.Uieil thin winter If we are lu make
even an allumpt lu better romllllona
on the winter range Hovever, we
wlilii.il in iin everything ponnlblo to
help Ihe sheepmen In thn Hay of pro
Tilling what winter feed ni rim Id
.and decided, aa you know to wrmll
30,000 hrail In grnie aouth of Tule
.1ako far n pi'rlml of too months,
Turthermnre. on arrounl of Ihu dry
ilea of the weather Ihla winter, I
fret lhat It woulit havn been alinoal
Impossible for ahrep men In havo
used the range oven If they hail wish
d In. for thn ahovn reainna permit
lee who ilo tint utn the range Ihla
winter wilt not lino, any preferrnr
which they may have Neither will
It tie necessary for them In pay the
sjrailng feea on Ihelr atork Covering
the winter grating season "
Wall rUrcrt- Scoff a at
NKW VOHK. Dec. 29 -Wall street
waa undisturbed tod.ir over persist
nt reports that a Herman aclenllst
tiaa succeed rt In making synthetlr
gold. Certain rhemlsla also were
"If Ihn (lermatia alt for synthetic
sold In makn reparation paymenta,
they will probably need a longer mor
atorium Hun Ihey now seek," aald
Ir. Horace O llyera, head of Ihe
Cheml'alry Department of Cooper t'n
"Of rnuran It would be n bravo or
an Ignorant aclnntlnt who would pro
nounce the aynthesla of gold Impiina.
Ible. Thern Is, huwever, nn credible
evidence lhat chemists are today any
nearer tho realisation of Ihe dream
of the alchemists than they wern In
Ihe days when Ihe (lerman Kings
wera Muped bylhe Knlghls nf Ihe
118,000 MEN ON RHINE
(kv-ayaii NewnMpriw CnnleiMl Tlint
Annj Klioulcl Ho llnlurtNl
COI.OdNi:. Dec !! Tho allied
armies of occupation In Ihn Ithlnc
land which the Herman government
has been eitdomorlng lu ho reduc
ed arn composed at thn presunt time
of apprmlmntely 1 1 8,000 officers nnd
men, Rome (lerman nnnsnpurs hnvo
been contending that Ihu unities of
thn four powers should ho reduced
nioro than nno-hnlf, llio money thus
saved lo tho Merlin government to
be applied to thn reparations fund,
Tho armies of occupation ara div
ided aa follows! Kngland 4,000;
United Htatos, 5,000; llelglum, 18,
000; Franco, 85,000; flrvut llrltaln'a
troops numborod about 8,000'untll n
few months ago when several detach
ments wore nout lo Upper Hllesla
whero thoy havo been on duty alnco.
WOIIK ON NHOUT IHllDdi:
M'll.li HTAHT TtMMHIMlW
Work on tho lowering of Iho Short
bridge, on thn main road between
Klamath Falls and Merrill, which
waa delayod on account of tho anow,
will start again tomorrow. On Fri
day tho bridge "III bo lifted, tbua
making tra'fflc ovor It Impossible.
V niMH, a 8KNATB niU,8
8ALEM, Dee. 2r-Dclarlng them
not of nucb urseocy a to have, war
ranUd conlderatl6n' at tha". ipelM
Hion of tholeglltur. aovornor
Olcott yesterday velood flv houa
bills and two sennta lillli.
american legation fileh
piiotknt aoainht return
of ciiim:hi: army officer
I'KKJN, line 29 - Tim Amur.
Iran Legntlin has priitvnlcd for-
mally tu thn I'nkln government '
ngalnat thn rnturn In thn rnpltal
nf (leneral Chung riilng-Van,
former military gnternor of the
Hunan pinvlnre, whoan Iroupa .
killed the Itnr W A Kelmart,
Alllltrlrati mlaalntmrv at V. aft I
Hhuw, in June, ipso, in nn nt- i
lark on thti refnrmnil rhurrli
mlaalon whlln Ihey wern retiring i
before the prcnaiirn of aoiilhern
BARBERS SHAVE OUT
VICTORY IN THIRD
OF BOWLING SERIES
I'lty Darin Takn Hmmil Uamn After
Threatening Opponent Willi
Hafeljr llaaur Ordinance
The llarbera were loo keen for Ihn
City Dade In Ihn third aet of Ihn Klka'
bowling anrlea laat night nml ahaved
nut two of the Ihreu gamea by a mar
gin of S3 plna, The City Daila won
the second game, witnesses declare,
only nfter threatening the llarbera
with paaaage of ordlnnncea which
would makn Illegal thn nan nf any
but aafety-ratora, Ihua bringing w
momentary panic upon thalr oppon
enla The llarbera rally In Ihn third
game waa aald tu be due In one of
Ihelr memhera pointing nut Hint
liiime.halrruttlng nevnr waa a sue
mi, and that publlr opinion would
prnhlblt paaaage of an ordluanro af
fecting Ihla branch nf Ihn buaincsa.
From Ihn number of apectalora
preaenl, It waa apparent lhat Interest
In the howling aerlea la growing
Them will he nn gamea lontftht, but
Friday night thn tlredgera and Con.
Iraclnra wilt move plna on n
aatn aratn, winding up the wvok'a
eerie., wonilay lh Itartier. and nred-j,on
TndU.du.;r;r,.re, .... .g, were-1
rti. n.,i.-wii.r J7r.. w..b...
tall. 33; Hooper, 119, .-nthrose,
4f.D, ) O, Smith, ill,1
Ilnrbern Hwaiison, II; Jester,
U IJPPj 6511. Wsirarver. AH;
DOWNEY IS RING VET.
Fraorlwo Fighter linn
l.l.t of Vklorie
A veteran of thn rlnrj who holds
decisions over Jack Dempsey, Hallor
llurko. nob Mack. Knockout Kovos-' I'OIITI.AND. Dec. 19 The Ore
ky and olhem will be Ihn opponent I on s""p Teachers, convention aes
of Karl rtllehle tomorrow night at alona today were devoted to do-
McDonald'a hall where he will meet
Jack Downey, nf San Francisco,
Downey arrived here laat night, and
waa seou In a workout at McDon
ald'a hall Ihla afternoon
Downey la scheduled fo open at
Ihn I'nntagea theater at Oakland on
Sunday In exhibition boxing with
Jack Dempsey. and will appear with
thn champion In l.os Angeles.
The San Francisco scrapper, w'io
conducla ft gymnasium down In lr
rlly. Is not over-confident of the
outcome tomorrow night. He ln
..!.. ...... nf It i.ttlM nhilllv. hn
iiiii ".. "..-""
says, and will overlook nn bots. He,
In nf the alocky type, and saya 1
will weigh around 170 pounda ring-
aide. And while Hltchlo Is popular
wllh tbo local fans, Judging from
Downey", pleassnt manner, whlthj
Is entirely without arroganro or.
nvnr-cnnfldence, It Is highly proba
ble that tho tw0 will bo equally di
vided as favorites,
lilt) TIMH FOK KIDDIF.S
AT f. O. O. V. TKMl'Li: TONIGHT
A big time for klddles'ls promlsod
Innlglit by the Odd Follows at 1. O.
O F. temple where n Chrllsmas tree
cntortalnment will bo held for dill
droit of Odd Kellowa mill nobokahs.
Friday night nt tho tomplo will bo
hold Ihe first of tho "Fifth Friday"
entertainments, open to families nnd
friends of Odd Fellows and nehok
aha. TWO KII.LKD, KIVK
LISItON, Doc. 29. Two woro kill
ed, and five woundod today through
explosion of bombs alleged being
manufactured In n building belong
ing to (ho Lisbon Oonoral Confedera
tion of Labor. Bomo arrests woro
BABY BOY BOHN TO MR. AND
Mll. tYAtLACK OF BLY
nirtb otn Vipound baby boy.
to Mr. and Mrt.'Clarjncr.EI. 'Wlj
laca ot Bly, at 419 racitto Terrace
tbli oily, Dscimbir II, li rapd'rtid
by Dr, bio, I. Wright.
IS SUBJECT OF
U. S. and England Agree on
Root Resolution Three
WAHHINOTON, I) C, Dee, 29.
Thn direct Issue aa to whether fit
turo aubmarlne warfare ahalt bo
lonilucteit under elvlllted rulea waa
rained today by American delvgatca
beforn Ihu arma conference naval
committee. They urged adoption
of thn Hoot resolution and won tho
support of Croat llrltaln. Tho
French, Japanesti and Italian dele
gates urged reference of the mai
ler to n commission of export.
The Hoot resotutlona, w)ich
would regulato Ihe use of subrna
rlnes against merchant craft, were
tho subject of a spirited debate at
thn morning aeaslon.
Unlimited construction of air
craft, but sharp delineation of their
use In war waa rwomniended by
subcommittee of aviation.
ATHLETIC CLUB MEETS
I OrganUivn GuIIk to Lai I'laua;
l Incorporation Paprni Fllrnl
I'lnnn for tho development of
alhlellra and organization of the
Klamath Amateur Athletic associa
tion were discussed vesterdar af-
irrnoon at tho office of W, C. Van
r.mnn. I'rcsent were J, W. Iloas-
mk om ,. u n,M
"'"''I "'"Jl- . W. Soulhwel.
"n'1 'hor '"tctesied In the assocla-
ot Incorporation today
to tho corporation com-
The Incorporators ware
Howard, W. W. iknttn-
I well, J. W. Houston, llurgo W. Ma-
"rJ""?0"; " "; Dnhb;
Wilson 8. Wiley,
II. It. Hilt
M. 41. uuiiiuii aim
HOWAKD l'HFill)K.T OF
partmenlal meeting, and a general
assembly, .(rs Mary A. Fulkerson,
president, delivering tbo annual ad
dress. C A. Howard, of Marsh
field, was elected president for tho
ensuing year yesterday. O, W
Ager, ot Vale, was made vlca presl
.dent, and C. A. Hire, of Portland,
'J. O. McLaughlin, of Corvallls. and
ill. O, llrown. of Ilosetiurg, members
of the executive committee. How-
ard emphasised the need of tho en
aclment of a teacher's retirement
FIRE DESTROYS OLD
BATH HOUSE WHEN
Fire at II 1 50 Ihla nflrrniKin rom-'
plrtel) (rut I'll Ihn (onfertloner)
aUire cnlnrlrl liy Mra, A. Wnlvin,,
on Kaplanaile, arnnn from I hi'
Klninalli Hupertor laundry, when n
ran of guMillne, iitarrtt on n atnvc
In Ihn belief lhat Ihn ran contained
Hnlrr, rsplmlrt anil Immediate!)
spread flnmea over llio Intrrlor,
Tim old ImIIi liounn Ml llic rear
of llio atom waa badly guiml. Mr.
Wnlsin'N clotlira wern slightly
bumrd, but alio rerjipeil Injur.
With three line of lion In line,
firemen Rained control of thn flrr
within a few minuira.
la I rue freedom bnl lo break
Fetters for our own dear sake,
And, with VcMhcrn hearts,
Thai w 5o mankind n dcbtT
.No! Into freedom la lo ahnre
All llio chains our brothers ',
Anil, with heart and hand, to bo
Karnest lo make others free
They arc slaves who daru not
For the fallen and tho weak,
They am slaves who will not
Hatred, scoffing, and abuse,
ItulhiT than In alienee shrink
From tho truth they needs must
They are staves who dure not be
In the right with two or thrt-o
JAMIM HUB8KI.I. I.OWKI.I..
KIM.KH IIV KI.KITIIIUTV
VA1.UKJO. Calif.. Dec. ii
'Watch' how cIom I can romo to
death," bragged James Ilrcnnsn, 16
yean old, atop a -box car of the
Icclrie llaw on the Montlcello wharf
as' he alaced his bnd close to tho
trolley -wire carrying 32,000 volta
A few momenta later ho had re
reived tho full charge of electricity
i and after being frightfully burned
! was thrown to tho wharf below tho
J Ho died at tho general hospital)
hero a few hours later.
NKW SII.VKII IMH.Uilt
Wll.l. NOT HIIOW KWOHD
CHICAGO. Dec. 29. New sliver
dollars, marking the first change In
design In 25 )ears will not bear a
! broken sword. Director of Ihn Mint
JJaker said today In announcing dr.'
culatlon of tho new coins would atnrtj
about December 30. i
A deslcn ahowlnc an eaclo In-
.,, of Mglo ctfl,nB broken
8WOrd. had been accepted, officials '
,,1, carrying out tho Idea of the' lU'HNKY, Calif., Dee. 29. Snow
ndent of a new era of peace as In- I four feet deep In Ilurney Valley,
augurnted by the armament confer-Jtho record slnco the memorable
ence. winter of-1891.
. ... ..,. . - . SS
A KNOTTY PROBLEM, AS IT
Governor of Illinois Will
Stand Trial on Charge
WAUKKOAN, III , Dec. 2S. Judgo i
Claire C. Kdward, of tho Circuit court
of Ukn county, today upheld the In-
dlctmont charging Governor Un
":!.:'lh.:?!bc",,eT,e"t i 'i!! !
ui hinvq iuiiui., i,u uj'uviu ,t.u
of the 13 counts of mdlctment charg
ing tho Oovernor, Lieutenant Gover
nor Fred K, Hterllng, and Vernon
Curtis, n banker or Orant I'ark, III.,
with conspiracy ami operating a con
fidence game lnrollng,$2,000,000 of
thn state money.
He ordered that the Oovernor
alnnd trlnl January D on tbo em
beixlemcnt charge He quashed the
Indictment charging fiinnll, Curtis
and Hlcrllng with cmbeizllng 1700,
000 and three counts In the other
WAl'KKOAN, III.. Dec. 29. The
prnnecutlnn this afternoon dismissed
tho einbcztlcmtnt charge against
(lovemor Small. Tho only cbargo re
maining ugslnsl tho Oovernor Is one
of conspiracy to defraud tho atato
martin held again
it.... ... .i., .
(liarge HIcil Against Man
l.rienMni lunusy ,
A second chargo was lodged
against Karl Martin In the Justice
court this morning, this ono charging;
him with the possession of Illicit II
ucr. The complaint was nworn lo by
Walter O. West. Martin was tried be
fore a Jury In (ho Justice court Tiles,
day of this week on a chargo ot main
talnlng a public nuisance. Jfe, wn re
leased on a tcrdlrt of not guilty.
His bonds today were placed at
l."00 by I, I, Oagb3gen, The exact
date of Ihe rial has nut been set,
although It will be somotlmo next
hl'IVIAI. CATHOLIC KKItVICKS
AT MKnilll.Ii HVXmY
There will be special New Years
services In tho Catholic church at
Merrill Sunday for tho Catholics of
I Ihe Malln and Merrill districts com
bined Tho sen Ice will begin at
tl 15 Tho Klamath Falls choir will
sing Leonard's Mass, under tho direc
tion of Mrs. Olaromlul. After the ser-
" I cnoir win no enienaine.i ai
1,ome of ileTtUX J0''
i.u.i.r.i i-TJUit rr.r.i iir.r.r
ORGAN HAPPY OVKIl
PARDONING OF UKIM
IIKItUN, Doc, J. ."Ily
pardoning Kugene V, Debs,
I'resldont Harding ha righted
a wrong committed by Amer
ican class Justice," aald the-ln-dependent
socialist organ Krel
belt, when news of the pardon
"We greet wthtJoy and sal-
Infection tho return ot this
courageous fighter this noblt
pioneer of socialism back In
ttm ranks of. the International
AID FOR LEAGUE
to enforce law
Hruet TJiat I'ublle Urge (ounty
Offlcera lo Perform
"Shall Klamath county be a law
leas community, or shall It bo law
abiding?" Is one of tho quettlona
asked In a petition being circulated
by a committee composed of W. S.
Slough, 11. S. Orlgifby, J. T. McCol
lum and K. M. Chllcot, a
The committee aska for financial
aid, basing Its plea on tho necessity
for urging tho county officials to
stamp out crime.
The petition In part follews:
"Klamath Falls, Oregon,
"December 20. 1121.
"Shall Klamath county be a law
less community, or shall It be law
abiding? Shall a criminal element
bo allowed to go unrestrained, or
ahall tho law be enforced with aueh
vigor aa to curb the lawless? Shall
eaca gooa ciiisen oi Kiamain conn-
iy do his or her part in making
Klamath county a good place to live
In, or shall many fall In doing his"'
or her civic duties, thus pulling an
unnecessary burden on those who
are striving to better local condi
tions? 'Mr Is up to each cltlien to
whom this letter comes to answer.
these questions for himself or. hcr-J
self vand to act as becomes a "self
respecting cltlien, t
"The whole county is now1 being
organised for law enforcement In a
manner similar to the orgsnUstlon
of the Liberty Loan driver. There
Is to be a county central commit
tee composed ot one committeeman
from each voting precinct. Flra ot
these committeemen are to consti
tute an executive committee. The
county committeeman from eieh
precinct Is to be chairman ot a
"It Is of the utmost Importance
that our county court, sheriff, cir
cuit court Judge, justices of the
peace, constables and town and city
officers be urged either by letter,'
or'better by personal Interview, to
the fullest performance of their
duties. Do this and do It NOW'
And do not fall to send something,
because the amount you ran send Is
small. A great many 25c, 50c and
11.00 pieces will see us through
thin "campaign successfully, still $5
of rhoro from those who can wen;
afford to give," can be used to great
Helllne Subject of,
COUVALL1S Dec. 29. Co-opera-tlo
marketing of Dairy pr6ducts
was tho featured subjects for consid
eration at the annual meeting of the j
Oregon Dairymen's association,
which met here today. The main as-
sombly address was to be delivered
by Dr. Hector Macpherson, ot the
federal nnd the. Oregon Agricultural
Collego bureau of markets,
Tho marketing problem was to be
discussed by C. L. Hawloy, state
dairy and food commissioner, J. D
Mlckle, former dairy and feed com
missioner nml W. K. Taylor, formor
president ot the association. Discus
sion was to be participated , in by
W'llllam Schulmorlck, Hillsboroi Kd,
Carey. Carlten: C. W. Lnugblln,
Grays River, ty Condren, MarsU
field, nnd J. S. Cuppe, ot Denmark.
Addresses on tarlous subjects are
listed, among tho speakers being E.
D. Fitts, R. V. Gunn, 0. R. Hyslop.
Dr. II. T, Slinnm and R. C, Jonse
WASHINGTON, D. 0 Doc.
Tho interstato commerce
tlnatlong in Nevada and California.
Ion has suspended from December lhe ,pproach 0f another dtotrhee. -..?'
36. 1931, until April 25, 1923. the ForeiTtJotJt 34.BO.rs: 1 " J.'
operation of Mrtaln f re.lght' Itched-( 8(orm brewlnjrto the lViit;n)t. M-Jr ,
ules proposing Increases'IrJ-the'ratts The TyciHfr'cordfgJawso44' V 'J,-'
pn shingles In carload, from ..PrtVf H ,
and wash ngton to des- zr- " a a, 1
Court Action May B Tak
en to Test Validity (
Legislative AcU ' i
POflTLAND, Dec. 29. Chairman
Meier announced today that tha ap
position committee will tak no legal
action to force Rltner or Baan'to atca
the Fair bills, but that court aettoa
may later be taken to fast maaaaraa.
He declare the Exposition ca Mt
be held without portion of lk
funds being raised outatd of Port
land. PORTLAND, Dec. 2. LaaaHsw
proponents of tha ItsS axpoaltloa turn
still mapping out the Bilglip U k
taken by than Unrav- tk riMf
lest to bat made before the aafaaanar.
court of the atato and upon whlek
the validity of the fair meaauraa
tangled up by tk aemata la to ka
finally determined. Tfeey ara gotag
to overlook tha refusal of Praaioamt
Rltner of the senate to sign 'the Jotat
resolution and the Fletcher bill, o
they say, and Institute whatever pro
ceedings may be necessary to rata
the constitutional questions Involved
against tho secretary of state.
In the meantime, however, the gov
ernor's office looms as an additional
hurdle In the path of the Ill-fated
Fletcher gasoline bill.
Munt Havo S'gaalainj
Under the legislative procedure
the Joint resolution, which doaa not
ulre the approval or signature ot
no governor beforo It may find Ita
final resting place In the office of
the' secretary of state and Weaaaa
effective, will go direct frossr the
handa of Chief Clerk I. W. Draffer,
of the house of representative to the
secretary of state.
L But the Fletcher bill, csrrylng'thev ,,, v
tax on, gasoline through which tha
falr was to bo financed, must, Hauler
the constitution, bo submitted to the,
governor by Clerk Drager, and be ,
submitted by tho governer to tha
secretary of state, with his signature,
without It. or with a veto message
ITm Four Courses r " '
There are four mores the gover-
nor may make under the constitu
tion, when a bill Is submitted to him -from
He mar affix hla signature, to It.
thua showing his approval ot the act,
and file the measure with the secrcK
tary or state. He may file It with'
the secretary wlthobt his signature,
but without veto, In which case It'
will become a tax. He may veto II, la' ', '
which case, If the blH'comes to him
after adjournment, the measure lies'1
dormant until the next legislative ses
sion. Or finally, ha. may pay no at
tentlon'tb It all, jn which ease, after
fire days In bis bftlew. It will become
a law In due couaw, providing, of
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'-"'"" '""- "asycamariy amarien.
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HOME CUSSING LEGAL
Person Has IUght to 8wrar la Ovra
Home, Judgo Rules
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 3.
It Is legal to swear In your owa
borne providing you do It quietly.
In the opinion ot PoIIco Judge Har
dlson. The Judge dismissed s ehirge
ot disorderly conduct brought
against Carrie Hallstork when po
licemen complained about ker
swoarlng. Carrie, according to the
police, swore fluently though quiet
ly. "It u person Is arrested every
time they swear In their own komes
It will seem as though all our per
sons! liberties have been curtailed,"
ruled the court.
MAMN PAXCK TO
flR HELD DECEMBER 1
December 3; Is the date set for
the Malln dance. The musto wilt be
furnished by the Malln orchestra;
and an Invitation la Issued, to all
county people to come' and enjoy
dancing for an eyonlng. ,
After recording a -very steady bro
motrlc pressuro during the ntgkt tie.
Cyclo-StormagraphTat . Underwood's
Pharmaoy shows.. that It Is .falling
"lowly ,th,ls.f aftwnpon. Should, tha
uiuvvinviii vuuuuud li wuuiu tnwrvmw
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