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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1922)
Tonight nml Wednesday, fnlr. ex
ropl probably rain In norihwcnl pur
itlon of statu,
NEWS OF THE WOULD
I IY THE ,
. ' Member, of the Associated Press.
1. I 'iJ-IJ J LI-
KLAMAtTII VAilM, f OKBOON, TUIIHIMV, JAM'AltV , "mafj
llftmiili Vcitr. Nit. muiii
OFFICE TO BE
'Supervision of Road Work
Will Be Handled From
llnstrurtluns trnvn tiren rnichnd at
thn office nf Ihn division engineer
fur tho stale highway commission to
llieontlnun I ho local ufllcn nml till
ha tluno mil Inlnr limit January
Up In Ihn iri'etil llmcJjfftWh
Full li been lli liritilWturn for
Klamath, lakit nml Hnrney counties.
Many ndvantngea for lhl roiinty
ware In tin had on nrrount of the
licadquerlera txslnic located horn Tho
lly likewise gullied Ihn advantage,
IhroiiRh Iho number of families of
thn official ami einployea who resid
ed hero. Thnsn will now realiln elan
whom and oilier rommunltlra will
gain Ilia benefit, socially ami econo
mically. Tho litem reciting of Iho departure
of Iho highway engineers would nol
attract unusual attention If hark or
II worn no particular reasons, Hut
reason there am ami If thn engln
twra would talk thrsn rensonfc would
attract mom Hun ordinary atlniilloi. ' , -" " """,, ".."""" ,,"'.
J . . , t .i ., ,i. Iinlwrnn thn Dn-dnrra and llarbra
. It ha. lunR Ui-nn k..uwti Ih.l h"i wrlll , , athlrf wll0 Wl. ,,,
rn.lnonr. of Ihn ''''''y '''',,, of ,hrcn pl.yrd. Thn )rnd,r. ....
"'" """ "rr" """"'"f V. '.."liH-arcd a trlflo icroy duo to their
hantparnd and handicapped In H'.
proancullon of Ihnlr work, and It la.
Ihnrotorn, nol aurprlalnR that thn of. j '
nampnrnu ami nam.irniu-.i mi"-.:
flen ha. bcon cIihp.1 and Iho aupi-r-
... , .. .k ,i.i..i.,i
y a on tranaforrtil to thn Medford of
. . . '
Thoan who havo pud ntlnntlon to i
... ". .k... .h.
man iuiiiiiikiiuii ,..... ....
Mta m tTK l.an alrnhkllM I tlliff'aall I
... I, . , . 1 . .....v. 1
with thn Incompetency and nttrnva-1
ganre connncieu wim inn or i.uur.
!. ik rnunlr Thn nrrur.nnl atllludnl
if tho cnuntr )ud(n haa had much to
tin with Hil". He niny hn a Reed farm
er, but when ho aela lilmaelf up n
being morn verard In IMRhway mat.(
tern than technically trained meiij
who who havn mado rout eoiiatrur
Hon a llfo-lnnR atudy then It la about I
time for Ihn peopln to lake a hand
and aak, "Wliy'" Any future work1
which may comn up will hn handled
through Iho Medford offlrn
Thla feature of the road altuallon
ahould be kepi In ml ml by thn peopin
whnn they aro aked o hand' over to
thn preaent cnunly court 1400,000 of
tho tnipayera money to apond for
roadi, which thnr will bo aaked In do
at tha forthromlnR election. It la
.bout time for tho county court to
flrat rcmlrr an account of Ita atwnrd.
hip and tell thn peopln what haa
been dono with tho money ao Roller
oualy Rlren durliiR tho pant three
SANIES NEWS STORY
dVentUt Ha a IlarrlnRton I Not
IlecinUe by Oonfrrrnm
Ituv. Arthur V. Uboud. of Med
ford. repreaentallro of thn Soiontli
Day Adventlat ronfuronro, today la -
ued a denial of a atatomont printed
.December 17, In a local dally new-
paper othnr than Tho KvonlnK Hor-
old lhat Krncat Hnrrlnlon. arrrled.
for aaaaull on u youtiK Klrl In Mlll
addition recently, la an Adventlat
mlnlater. Tho ataloinent follow! '
A local paper other than tho i:en.
Ini Herald under dalo of lec. I"lh.
waa mlalnformod In connection with .
tho Harrington caac. Wo beg to cor-.
. reel the atatement mudn In (hat pap-
er ihat Karnvat Harrington, nrmated i
.for aasault on a Klrl In Mill Addl
tlon la a mlnlater. Thin man la not an
Adventlat Mlnlater na atated. Ho la
.not'ovon an nrtlvo member or haa he
evor benn recoRnited by thla confer
nee a holdlnc nny official position.
TIRV. AltTinill V. ItHOADS,
Medford, Orcson. Ttoprene-'tatlve of
Seventh Day Advenllit t'onferencot
V. OF O. DKFKATH CHVK
& HONOMU.U XAVAI. TI.M.
' HONOMJMJ, Jon. 3.- The I'nlv-v
Ity of Oregon yesterday defm'-"' "
champion naval team of tin. IsViml
f SS to 0-
'- WEATHKH I'HOnAIIIMTIKH
The Cvclo-Slormagranh at Under-
"wood's Pharmacy registers n falling
barometric pressure, this nfternoon
. . Hnrlnff IttA nml 94 hnl.r
A falling baromotor Indicate a dla-1
turbance ot either wina or rain ap
."proachlng, although, owing to our at
t tltude we frequently escape tilt
Forecast (pr. next 34 heurs:
Storm brewing to the South.
, The Tvee recording .thermometer
registered maximum .and minimum
v itmMraturrs, 'today, follows!
III'MIY I. II.I.TI.III'II IH
Nomina i no nut 1'imr of
-VMIl.thNAIIOII 'HI IIIIMIII'.M.'
WASHINGTON, D, (l Jam 3.
Henry I' Fletcher, iisatstniit
secretary of alnln, lodny wn
iKiinlcmti'il for I'nlled State
nmhnimsiliir to llitlitluin Will
lam O'Toole, rf West Virginia,
wna niitnlliiatrit fur milliliter In
CRASH OF FALLING
PINS IS HEARD AT
ELKS CLUB MONDAY
Warmly Contested (JanirB llrwult In
Many of Participant Hunt.
In I'p Liniment llottlo
Tim email of falling pins wna hrnrd
nearly nil day at '"" lk" eluu on
Monday when thn hnwIlriK Icaina en
gaged In threw aela of Rnine which
I worn ao warmly contested that many
of tho partlrlpanta upiili reaching
homo hunted up tliu old bottle of liniment-
At 1 o'clock tho game arhoduled
for tonight between thn City Dad
and llearrats waa played which re
suited In Iho llcareata romplnic homo
with two of the three Raines.
At IMfi tho game postponed from
Friday between tho Contractor and
thn Dredger resulted In u clean
awrnp fur thn former Tim second
game wna won hy thn arnnt marRlti
of onn pin,
I A. f A .1.. .! r..n.lHw vn,,MB
,.,,, ,.ho,. M.i
dnclaro Ihcy will rtii tho aroro In
"'"'" ... .' . i.m
Tharo will n no Ramn tonlRrTt.
Wndniaday, Coiitractora ta, Urim-
Rlata; Friday, 7-nrolnnr Ta Khnp-
" ' ...
l"rI. Wh" h 8rolcnn brronira
. , . u,...k...i.
I mnRHHi in iii w...'. in .in. iimi')iiviu-
thnro promlana to bo Mine
. ... . .
ahoarlnc. II la whlip.rrd -around thn
Klamllni; of lenma for flrat wenk:
IMnyed Won l.ont I'd
UruFKlata 3 3 0 1000
Ce.l ractora ,.3 3 0 1000
Harbor 1 2
Hhepber.li , 3 S I 6
llearrala ...... 3 3 S00
City Dada , t 2 I- 333
Dredcera . I R !!
7rolenea 3 0 3 .ono
( STATE CHAMBER MEET
Incident- in Development
of Hlatn ConldetTi1
rOTtTLANO, Om. Jan 3 The
OreRon State Chamber of Commerce
met hern today In Ita third annunl
Ratherlnx to ronalder problem Incid
ent tn thn development of thn atate,
Onn nfflclnl delcaalo from each of
Ihn commercial nrRanliatlnn of tho
atate waa expected to attend, and
many Individual member In addition
were to take part In tho nemloni.
l-and (elllemonl. IrrlRntlon, hydro
electric development. hlRhwny cun
atrurtlqn and other mailer will be
rnnaldered. Whitney I. llnln I achn-
) iVnioiI tn talk on "Wealern rerlama
n other apeaker nml Ihelr aub.
jCct ore Alfred A. Avn, "l-and. Hot-
ilcmenl," Marahalt N. l)nn. "HVdrn-
Kloctrlc I'oworj" C. II, l'urcell,
"ktarknt lloada":. Dean It. (. Unh-
,n, Unfvoralty of Oregon. "Shnrt
r.mraea for Secretnrlea"! W. A. Hold.
ti, eiorutlvn committee of tho
OrrRiin IrrlRntlon conRre wna In
mv0 hero today In connection with
the, meet Ins of Ihn atnto chamber,
, I IlKHl'tTION IX PI1IOK OK
DAHOMNK IH WCMX1MHD.
A welcome Now 'Year's present I
seen by motorist In the announce
ment by tho Standard Oil company
that duo to withdrawal of thn war
tux, tho prlro of gasoline Is reduced
2c a gallon, effective January 1.
COXTItOM-VOl IHMUKH CAM.
IX)B MXK HTATF.MK'TS
WA8HINOTON, Jan. 3. -The con
troller of the currency has called for
a atatement of condition of all Na
tional bankH at the close of business
LfX,:os oFFiciats to
Installation of officers ,wll take
place tonight at the, regular meeting
ot the American .Legion ( which will
ii ui ih' tbt lnon' '((uarttrs m
PIIRI IP MIRKirv.'i
Over 100 Klamath Farmers
Now Selling Direct ,
T to Consumer
Tho an m of $3,:iri haa beon dla
Irlbuled tn farmnra br thn local nub
ile market alnce September 30, ulH" honr week to continue
payment for product aold through
tho market, according to K. I.. Cram
blllt, market maatnr,
"At preaent." aald Crambllil,
"thern aro over too farmcra tell
ing through the market, at-'
Ihough thi. number ha reached 11H.
Thn hlgheat aalea for any one day
totaled 13635. I.aal Saturday we aold
It doten chicken."
Crambllil aayi that tho outlook
fur thla year la good, particularly be
auan a largo number of farmer hare
announced their Intention of putting
a largo arreagn Into vegetable gar
ilcn A feature In Hie paal haa been
thn largo aalea to logging and mill I
rompanya, which preferred to buy for
ar.li at tho market for tho aavlng
thua affected Herenlly order for
chicken and egga have benn receiv
ed from Word and other polnta on thn
brnncli linn where a ahurtago obtain
ed. S'o Imported gooda aro sold
through thn market except when a
ahorlago eilala hero, aaya Cramblllt.
Itturo haa ben ahlpped In when
tho local anpply was exhausted, and
a amall amount of other Item, but
not over FIDO haa ben paid for pro
duct not ruined In Klamath county.
PLAN ROAD ELECTION
(Juration) of Roadlng County May
Do Itarctl IVrfere Votern
I'rovldlng thn refill red COO-nameat
urn obtained for the iwlltlon, a spec
ial election probably will be called
to vote on the proposition ot bond
I'-uo of 4 per cent of the aasesaed
valuation of the county this year I
$2t,!;,lSM as against $:0,IO3,7C4.
for lat ye.ir. .
Tho bond Issuo would bo for ?S00,.
MK'Ali I.Nhllt.WCK MW
AtaiX NH HTATK IIONDH,
tleorgn I'lrlrh, local represcntatlva
ot tho Mutual I.lfn Insurance Co.,
left thla morning to attend tho con
vention of the ngenta throughout the
Atate. which will bo held In the Tort
land hotel for two dayn. HI rich uu
nlly heads thn Hat for writing the
greatest nnmber of policies of any
agent In tfcvi state and was Informed
through a telegram received a tew
.lays ago Ibil thla honor fell to'hlm
thla year nbo.
ON STRIKE AGAINST
WAGE AND HOUR CUT
rnhin Mrmbrrft la .10 Tit lift tin Out
. J Wfirn IKmplojrtr Prop-: Old
! V a.iu u...i..
s wrs lift mini;
UIIICACO, Jan. 3. Approximate
ly 3400 aacmnor or the photo en-
.,. .ion in no ei.in. ,ir..ek i,..
graver union In 30 rltlca atruck to
day aa a proteatapgalnat wagn reduc
tion or tho lengthening of working
Kmplnyer aought to rnlnatnto the
W-horwoek nt the preaent rain of
pay, or to reduco wngea $.". and allow
FARM MEETING 15TH
Remedial Mraaanra to Hn Oinitlder
ed at National tVmfeirnrc
M'AHHtNOTO.V, Jan. 3.- Itemed
lal measure to meet thn farm situa
tion and laying down to n permanent
policy for development of a aclf-eus-talnlng
agrlculturn aro expected to
rrsnlt from thn national agricultural
eonferonco to be called by Secretary
Wallace, nt tho request of President
Harding. Thn conference. It was Indi
cated today,- probably would meet
hern about Jannary IS.
LAW FIRM DISSOLVES
Htvnn Welat Dkcontlnun I'nrlner
blpt men-) Retain Office
Tho partnership heretofore exist
ing hot ween C. K. Stono and W A.
Wlnt waa dissolved on January 1,
by Mr. Stone, according to an An
nouncement made by the latter. Mr.
Stono will continue his offices In the
name place In tho First fltatn nml
Savlnga bank building, while Mr.
Wleat will find accommodation else
where. M'AL.m)KMA APPIIMIATI'M
xiaMATK ciiuiw.v cv:m:hv
That California people. apprcrJntn
Klamath grown celery la ahown by
the favorabln notices given In So.
baatopol newspapers to a shipment
received there, sayn Al Costal, who
raise tho famous, "Cold Medal'
brand In hhi garden at Center and
Klamath avenue. Doth newspaper
remarked on the unusual whiteness
and crlspncs ot tho Klamath pro
OIIKUUN WIM. VOTK I'ltlX
DitAsTic ANTi-.i,n: iiii.t.
1'OIITI.AND. Jan. 3. Oregon will
vote next November upon tho'most
drastic anll-njlen laud bill that hn
been offeren since' tho Oriental ques
tion became acute on this const.
The measure, will bo dratted by
thostato executive committee, ot the
American I-eglon nnd legionnaires
throughout Oregon will circulate po.
tltlons to put the bill on tho ballot
at me next general election.
BY GOLLY! THEY'RE AT IT AGAIN
c j i . trs:-.l
Second Largest Financial
Institution in United
CHICAGO, Jan. .1. Tho Continen
tal tc Commercial National bank and
Continental & Commercial Trust and
Saving bank today formed tho sec
ond largest banking Institution An
the United State nnd the largest
west of Now York through 'absorp
tion of tho Kort Dearborn National
Hank nnd tho Kort Dearborn Trust
und Savings Dnnk, that nctlon avert
ing what was described as the most
anrlous difficulty threatening Clil
cago In 11 jcars.
The Continental nnd Commercial
assumed ICO, 000,000 ot liabilities.
Thn Fort Dearborn bank's difficul
ties were attributed to au orer ex
tension of credits.
t'HICAHO, Jan. 3. The troubles
of tho Fort- Dearborn National bank
unsettled thn grain market today,
wheal dropped tc a bushel by noon
CIUCACO, Jan. 3. Kxcltcd trad
ing In lata dealing In tho wheat
market broke prices a much as
T"t cents. May closed at 1.07 to
II 08, July 97 i to OS cent,
FRENCH DENY TREATY
Minister of Foreign Affair Say
No Agreement With Japan
I'AltlS. Jnn 3 Tho French min
istry ot foreign affairs issued a for
made, denial today ot the alleged
French-Japanese understanding re
garding occupation ot Siberia. Docu
ments purporting tn show that
Franco and Japan had entered Into
such an agreement wcro made pub
tie In Wurhlngton Saturday by a de
legation from the far en-lorn repub
lic. Wm. HAirr AT STItAND TIIKATIU:
IV (illll'PINC WKSTKItV PMY
Wm. Hart, America's favorite por.
tracr ot western parts, will appear
at Tho Strand tonight with an all
star cast In "Tho Desert Man." by
7-ann Orey. probably ono of the fin
est Hart productions ever offered to
tho American public.
In addition to this feature nn ex
cellent comedy will be offered
Wednesday night vatudovlllo and
pictures, Thursday night country
store. Ted White say a "live baby"
will bo given nvtny Thursday In ad
dition to groceries nnd other artl
cles. Thus some fortunate bachelor
may find himself tn possession ot nil
the comforts of homo except n wife,
nnd Wblto says ho might even supply
11 IZO.VA CAPITAIj
IH FIOODKD WIIK.V
CHKFK I.KAVKH IIA.NKM
PHOENIX, Arlx., Jan, 3.
Cave Creek went on n rampage
today as A result, of heavy
rains. Kttorta to divert tho 4)
flood from tho stato capltol
and fashionable rcsldonco' dls-
(0 trlct failed when tho water
started toward the capltol at
3 o'clock this afternoon. 0
OF FRENCH 'LOANS
PROVIDED IN BILL
Demand Urged Derauao of Reported
Large Sanaa to Be Caed on
WASHINGTON. Jan. 3.- The ad
ministration would beTdlreeted under
the resolution Introduced by Ttcpre
scntatlve Iteavla, Ilcpubllcan of Ne
braska, to demand repayment by
Franco of money loaned her by tho
United State during tho war. Itcavls
urged that prompt payment bo de
manded because France had Indl
catcd her Intention ot expending
"largo sum on Increased naval arm
WASHINGTON, Jan. 3. IUlfour
nnd Hughes bavo been approached by
tho Chinese Arm delegation regard
Ing the deadlock with the Japanese
on the Shantung question, and have
been asked to mediate.
ROSE TOURNAMENT 9th
rasndmrt Annual Affair Kipectrd
' to Draw ThoBsand
DA8ADKNA. Calif., Jan. 3. Sev
eral hundred thousand visitors from
all America aro expected to partici
pate In tho thirty-fourth annual
Tournmcnt ot Roses hero Monday.
Flowers of many description and
the east-wea't foot-ball contest be-
Uween the University ot California.
cnampiona or nil laciuc woaai, ana
Wn'hlnRton and Jefferson College,
will prove the chief attractions.
Tho floral street pageant In the
morning will be composed entirely of
flower decorated floats, some of
them almost a half block In length.
The Itinerary of tho parade will ei
tend over five miles so that all the
350,000 spectators, estimated by the
Tournament ot Roses Association to
be present, will hare opportunity at
witnessing the pageant without
crowding. The parade Itself will bo
more than two and a half miles long.
Doses, carnations, marigolds and
violets will predominate among the
flowers on the floats, the beauty and
profusion of which will rereal to
eastern visitors the floral wealth ot
California. An Innovation thla year
will be the ban on all artificial flow
ers among tho entries. ,
Klghteen cities, other than Pass,
dena, will enter floats In the pageant.
Ono, of these comes as far as from
Portland, Oregon, Washington and
Jefferson college Is producing a float
In appreciation of the invitation ex'
tended Its football team to meet tho
champions of the far west.
Southern California's motion pic
ture colony will also be In evidence,
in nny of the leading studios entering
rinit. thn character on which will
bo favorites of tho screen In person.
Following iho football game, which
will take place In tho nfternoon and
for which 3d. 0,00 ticket have already
been sold. Tournament Day will bo
brought to n rloso with a bait at n
$es,000,000 Worth Tiiken From
Hull of Liner Laurcntio
LONDON, Jan. 3. Nearly $2S,
000,000 worth ot bullion has boen
recovered from tho liner Laurontle,
which was sunk In January 1917,
off tho North coast of Ireland by a
Operations have been suspended
for tho winter, but they will bo re
sumod again In the spring when nn
effort will bo mai)e to rccovor ,'tho
remaining $10,000,000 to $15,000,
000 worth ot bullion which Is said
to ho still nt the bottom of the sea.
Oreat difficulties have been en
countered by the salvage crew, for
nfter three years rounding by tbe
Atlantic swells the liner has been
transformed into n heap ot twitted
debris. Her decks, which settled.
I down on tho sea bottom, cover an
nrea of several hundreds ot feet. The
I wreck was practically covered with
gravel and silt, as it is In a position.
which It received the full forca .'of
the Atlantic' salotf. "' -
Thla obstruction had to bt remov
ed, aa far as posaiblt,- bv 'powerful
pumps placed In position br the driv
ers, at tlit sold was, at tht tatOM of
tbt huts wan ot wtwltaira-' i ., .,
if 0,000, BOLD
Three Collectors HthS Up
With Shetftau en
LOS ANOKLES. Dee. 3. Three
bandit armed with sawed-off shot
guns held np three collector for the
Owl Drug company, at Its store at
Sixth and Broadway at t o'clock
today, and eecaped In an automobile
with a sum estimated at UO.OtO.
The robbery took place on the tits!.
est street downtown In Loa Angeles,
where traffic and patrol policeman
are thickly stationed. The collectors
had the money In a satchel, which
had been collected from five atoret
and were entering the Sixth street
store when the bandits leaped from
the automobile, forced tbe men to
hand over tho satchel and inarched
them Into tho store with head over
their heads. The bandits then leaped
Into tho car and sped away.
ROAD TALK AT FORUM
Diacaealoa of Proposed Bend Isaus
at O. of O. Tomorrow
A good roads program hn been
announced for the subject ot discus
sion at the Chamber of Commerce),
.forum Wednesday noon, It was stated
this morning. "",
The proposed bond Issue of IR00,
000.00 for the county with tax pay
ers having to. par 33. cents on the
dollar wlji be, up" for discussion and"
the Directors have aaked Judge Bun
nell to attend and explain last what
thla will TaesA to (KTAmaih county.
Maaic fOT thoPTSsFisW-wlUrba.- '
famished by Harry Borel.jind Mrs.
a "W. Ebefleln. Mr. BorelVtll givn
several numbers on the violin with
Mrs. Eberleln accompanying;. ,The
committee feels complimented In se
curing Mr. Borel and Mrs. Eberleln
for the first program of the year.
The Directors at the meeting today
requested the committee to have) an
American Legion day at the Forum
In tho near future with the program
given over entirely to the Legion
committee. This action, was taken to
ahow appreciation to the Legion's
work in tbe community and to extend
hearty co-operation on behalf of tho
Chamber of Commerce to the soldier
s The Smltb-McNary bill' which If
passed by Congress, will provide
$320,000,000,00 for the work 'of re
claiming 'arid lands throughout the
country was up for discussion at to
days meeting and the, directors are
working out plans to further tbe pro
posed Issue and lend assistance In
getting It tsuasngh both houses ot
Tt.E. WWRht foday was selected
Chairman of .the Members Forum
Committee- succeeding W, W. Me.
Nealy whose torm haa expired. Mr.
Wright will shortly appoint a com
mittee to assist him In arranging for
alt the programs of the Members
Forums. The Board expressed appre
ciation of McNealy's work and ot the
programs he has arranged,
Tho Directors are also taking up
with the Board of Supervisors of Mo
doc county tho matter of a highway
between Mai In and Alturas. With. this
road designated as a Stato highway,
government money can bo procured
on tho Dalles-Klsmatli highway.
milKITT TtEPOItT i
PORTLAND, Jan. 3 Cattle, alow; '
Hogs, weak: Sheep, BOc lower; East
mountain lambs, 18 to $8.50; best
valley Iambs, 7.50to SI; Eggs
slow, weak; butter, So lower, extra
choice cubes, 35c, prlnta SJc. ,r,K
D.ML KIREANX KNTKRS , i '
IHTO SHARP DCBATK
DUBLIN. Jan. 3. Th Dall'sJIw- ,
ann lost no time after reconvening
today In plunging Into a sharp"--
. . . .- !-!. I...I. SfM
oaie on me jngio-inn m-w.ji!hjt,
members anticipated that "the quae-
hlon would bo" votediby Thtwtelay
night or Friday.
IXn'RIKS FATAI TO . - '
fORSfER AJW.S)ADp. - $
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