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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1922)
dltyv ituvtxuuj HmtUi
Tonight and Hnturdny, minvllUdl
probably rnln In wont portion of
alnto, ruin or itnow In rnnl iiirllin.
NEWS OF THE WOMJI
Member of the Associated Press.
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t'lft.yntli Vrnr,-No. Mill
KIjAMATII VMAM, OHKOO.V, FltlD.W, .fANUAIlV (I, Una
Commander Violating Law
to Be Declared Guilty
1 of Piracy
WAHIIINCITON, H. C. Jsn -Consideration
of thn submarine
luosllnns worn concluded today by
llin flvo power naval rommlltpo
wllll thn ii(titlim uf Dm final Hoot
rmolullnii declaring aubniarlnii com
uiandnr who, wttli nr without or
lent, vlolaln thn existing Intrrna
tlnnal law of submarine warfare
lin declared guilty of piracy.
Thn American itrlcKallnn, tlirouili
Hoot, thereupon brought forth a
tmw proposal to prohllill MM of
poison gas In future wars, Thn
irnoal n received favorably,
tint the final derision went over un
Thn piracy resolution widen
nl to Includu commander of all
110ml vpssela violating thn recog
BOND ELECTION 31ST
Volrr Will lilln t'Min rniMnril
Tuesday, January 31. Ik thn dale
for thn sperlul nleitloll when voter"
will deride upon thn proponed IHOO.
1100 mad bond Itnun The rarly date
waa decided lltmn rather than thn
May prlmarlea In thn belief that thn
delay would hold up
.ni.1.1 1...1.1 .in rmi.iriirilnn
work until fall, and beciimn by thai
limn utale fund inrnlil Ih eihauiled
Whereaa by Im.IiIImk thn elrctton Ihla
month, ahould tho bonda tarry Ibn
lanun could bo dlnpoird of In lime
to atart construction by March I
a"! PVCI ANn AnOPTl
MANAGER FORM OF
-s 1 uniiinui,
MayiiMdnct Kred Koblvr, onc-tlnm
"Rnlden ruin" chief of police, look
olflcn January I, hn rmmenrd the
last term of any minor elerled In
llils city itndo rlbo Kederal Plan ro
rrnmrnt. liy a vot or upproxiniaieiy . io ... ,
tho volers ut the Nipmbrr X olectlon
appnned amending the city charier
to Introduce thn city manaRcr form
of government on January I, 1924
Thn amendments also provide Dial
thn city council shall hn elected by
proportional representation from four
ulderinnnln dlstlrrls, from which
flto In seen rotincllmen will be re
Under thn tuanagor plan amend
ments, this council wilt appoint a
manaRor for thn city, who will have
complete control of tho execullvn
branch of thn government. A major-
Ily volo "f thn council can hire tho vrnor Olcolt, according to announce
innuaRiir, but In order to dlschnrRn I uienl inn do here. Olbor members'
la I i)i, rhnrgcN must lin preferred and
-.tin tusnagiir rImui n civil service
commission trial If hn reiiuvsts It
Thn rljy cabinet will bo appointed
nnd directed by thn manager.
Cltnolniid Is tho largest city in Hip
country lo adopt tho manager form
or proportional representation.
MIKS MAIMJK DI.XO.V MH'IKTV
KDITOIt KOH i:VKIN(l Hi:iUI.D
Miss Miulgo Dixon, of Iho First
Stain ft Savings bank, has accepted
tho position of society editor of Tho
Kvnnlng Herald, succeeding Miss
Mnybulln I.euvltt, who loft this weok
for Kugeno whero sho will contlnuo
her studies ut tbn University of Ore
gon. Miss Dixon will retain her posi
tion at tho bank.
A decree of divorce wti rn'Pied In
thn circuit court today 011 I It nil'
cation of lien Mltcholl ngilnit Ann"
j ' WI'ATIII.H PnoilAIHMTn
' f Tho Cycld-Btormogruph at Undor-
i J: rood's Pharmacy roglstorcd a Btead-
L,' i Ily falling hnromotrlc prcsauro during
jostordoy afternoon nnd last nlrtht
but tho tondoncy huh morning
slightly upward again. This, combin
ed with northerly winds, Is more faw
orablo for clearing' weather than It
has beon for over two wonks. .
Forecast for next 34 hours;
Generally fair.. Cold with meliorate
Tho Tycos rocoidliiK thormcraeter
registered tho following maximum
and minimum temperatures todavi
High '. .....32
Low r. 27
IhI'IIOUIj WIMi .not ' .
IICI.II IIV I'KMKIHI',
PIIII.ADIH.PHIA, Jan rt - '
Governor Wllllnm (!. Kpruul an-
nouwod tonight lin would nut .
resign lo Inkn thn seuiitorshlp
nmitn tacant by llin death of
Senator llolse I'piirosp.
"If I should rvnr go lo thn '
I'llltrd Stale amain," lin said,
"I shall uhnitt my camiiiiacy lo 1
llin pooiltn of the stale III thn
regular way " ,
"In iltlo Hum I "bull niiiuii 11 !
successor In Senator I't nrosn,
who will, I hiiH, ruimni'iiil blin-
mi If lo thn stain 11 ml lo llin
country," lin until
Tin Ai-i Nut Cniisldeml
ltnsUn In llin Klglil
MOSCOW. Jan 6 Signs gru as
the winter deepen that even Moscow j
fares a lonR period of misery, not
wlthstandliiR the coudltlona hern ro
far better than anywhere eln In Ciui
Thn striiRRlo for food and rliilhliiR
U all absnrbliiR They am thn only
thing that count Home, family Ilea
and otillRatlons. frlendnblp, arl. poll
lira, public and private, ambitions
all urn subjugated to thesn tun eln
Most Husalana are routinrrd that
thn mern return to frrn trnilo and
rapllallsm or tho alRnlnx uf new onl
era will not rlnht thn wronRs tho
country ha suffered, brltiR bark thn
old life of thn pea.ant, tbn bourReola
anil inn nouie. nor maan nimiii.iua
BKaln a wealthy people,
The strilRRln for exlstenrn Is so bit
ter thai few havn time to Rln liiucbj
thought to thn future. The needs of
today are ton presslnR 1 11 sj'f k'Cssrs, 1
for eiample, aa the fortier wealthy
untile, and tils wlfefrnm Sniiilnnsk: I
. I ..
.r,"o now live wlthitttt fire r rond"-""J H7'",r" "" " - """
r, .. .l....k .... ..... TnlavpraatllmKlamath AmatetirAtli-
,,,, im ol MM M.f,, ,, ,,,, no
.".. ... '
inori ins wire apeaas nan a iioirn
1 lanRiiaRes jet shn run find no em
In the anion condition Is a woman
who once owned 390 miles of land
frnntlnR on llin Caspian Fen Arrest-
pi) as a spy, separated from her
hustuud and children and shipped
North lo die, shn Is nkliiR out an
rlMrnTtl ,,y tK.(i()li)R psrs and veget
.1.1.- , i0lirow
Speculation and rubber) nre llin
Iwn fnvorlln waya of obtaining Ihe
necessities of life.
STATE HEADS CHOSEN
Ootrrniir Olrolt Xnmex Offlirm for
New Trroisi I
HAI.KM, Jan. . Charlos Hall of
Marahflcld. stain land settlement 1
commissioner for tho four-yearl
term, haa been reappotntod by Gov.
of thn commission oro 0, II. Ilakur,
ut lluiid, Kmery Olmstvad of Part
land, Hubert N. Stanfleld of Port
land, and Whitney 1.. llnlso of
Kunlro Smith of Portland has
beon reappointed a member of tho
atato Industrial welfare commission.
Ho represents tho employes. Olhor
members of Iho commission aro W.
I,, Ilrowstur of Portland, represent
ing thu state at large, nnd Aramdco
M. Smith or Portland, representing
Otto It, Hart wig or Portland has
been reappointed n member or tho
stiito board for vocational educa
tion. Other members aro Mrs. Geo,
McMath of Portland, F. II. Ingalls
or Dufur. David M. Dunno or Port
land, Oovernor Olcott nnd Sam A.
Kosor, secretary or stato,
KIMSCOPAI. HKItniTKM AT
AT I. O. O. K. TIIMPl.i: hUXDAV
Tho Psychology 'of Powor und
lV,'hotherapy or Mental Healing,
; ho tho subjoct or nacrmen by
.T)l6 nc'vorcn,i Dr. Van Waters, or Iho
'.. hh , h Bundlly '
Kplscopal church, at ine wunaay ser-
vices at tho Odd Follows1 tomplo.
no run ckxt of ciaims
Worhmens1 ilalms to tho amount'l
of. K0 per cent-are telng paid by the
Popprs-CoU6n-Lum,bor company, of
ndrrls, i w8. learried hero today.
Tho claims" are being paid through 3.
Pi McNam'ara, Yroka attorney.
De Valera and Cabinet Out,
Country Split Over
DUIIMN, Jan. 0 Offlcl.il an
noiincrment waa mailn thin after
noon that Kamon N. Do Valera bid
resigned tho pronlitrncy of thn Irish
I) Valnra neued thn afternoon
session of thn lull F.lrenn by,
urine thn unlit over thn treaty waa
fuuilumnnlat and Irrevocable. Do)
Valera, In announrlnK bin own res
lunation lo thn Dsll Klrnann aald
thn cabinet atnn had resigned.
Ileforn thn afternoon session
opened l.lam ItoUlte, of Cork, aald
iho situation waa extremely erll-
e, hikI that ha tcarnd civil atrlfo
mlRlil rnsuo from a division of tho
country nn thn treaty.
Thn cominltleo which (ourIU to
brlnR about an aKri-cmcnt failed.
DUIIMN, Jan, . Io Valera to
duy aald hn would offer himself for
re-elccllon, slandlnR on thu prin
ciples of 1911. He aald ho must
bavo the cabinet support him, and
would demand all resources lie Riv
en to him to defend tho republic.
Liter hn aald hn
waa alck ati.
heart, and Intended to
prlvatn life. He spoke with tears
In his oyea,
U. CLUB BEATS AGENCY
rgn .Miinlwr Allrnil uniiMi
pile IncleiiM-nt Wratlier
1-.... ,l.l..l ltta 1 1 N t ai (a I Is AsVftfirV
Ictlc hall last nUl.t by a score of 57
In IS The nrellnilnarv isanin between
1 -- -
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J llin niRll BCmmi HUH 111c rvilihinn 1.1.91 ,t.ri iii-ii "nu r
Columbus was win by the former 1 accidents nt coal mines,
Despite Im lenient weather, a Reed 1 1.077 killed durlnR the correspond
Mileiidsnre was had and tbn Players line months of 1920, a decrease, of
leave xood exhibitions of basketball. I
Tile line-up follows
t'nlterlsty club Houston, Perry,
Dunn, llrrssler, llradbury and Smith;
Klamath Agency tlalrd, II. Dill
stroin, II Dillstrom, K Dlllstrom and
F. Hood (loals llradbury, ; Perry,
3., Houston, 2, Smith, 1; 11. Dlll
strom. 2; II. Dlllstrom, 1: II. Iialrd,
I. Coal from foul Perry, 2; Smith,
1; It. Iialrd. 6; K. Dlllstrom. 1.
Ilrcrlpls were 110.73 whlih gaxo
the athletic association a profit over
POIITI.AND. Jan. C Livestock,
utoady; eggs, weak; butler, steady,
. , i , . -
TOO MANY DELILAHS SPOIL SAMPSON'S HAIRCUT
I 1 . . . I I I S S I S I . I . . . . . I
X v UfT'icoT )
u I,, ,', , . . . . ,. - . , ,. J
S. P. ANNOUNCES
10 PER CENT CUT
IN FREIGHT RATES
Itiiliirtlnn Affrti, (Jrnln Product
011 .til i.ocjii toiw or
A It' per emit reduction In freight
rates on flour, Kriiln, grain products,
hay and straw, from Klamath Fall
anil point on tbo Weed branch to nil
pnlnta In Oregon anil California, will
ro Into nffoct tomorrow on Southern
Pacific Hum, It was announced loilny
by J. J. Miller, loal agent
Willi Iho recent removal of llin
thrro per rent war lux. thn total
frrlRht ratu reduction since January
I la 1 3 pur cent
146 ' KILLED IN MINES
jionii, f Noteinlxr Slum Derrnw
of M I'rr t'cul 0rr littO
WA8IIINOTON. I. C, Jan.
In lh month of November,
men were killed In and about
arcordlnR to reports received by Iho
Federal llureau of Mines from the
varloun state, mine Inspectors. Thof
f leu res represent a decrease of 51
,..i.H,l. na Kl.nl 9C ,.mv .nnl nal
.iu.....n ,r uM. -. ,v
compared with November,
In which month 197 men
killed at coal mines llased upon
an estimated output (it 13.814.000
ahort tons In November, 1921, tho
fatality rato l 3.11 'per million
tons produced. Tho correspondlnR
rale for Novemlier, 1920, was 3 3t,
and the production of coal was 58,
8911.000 Ions. Thn nroducllon of
. .i..i v. ,.. ii rm.rn.
, .i,... nt 37 iu.r rrnl
Of thu I16 fatalities, 10S were at
bltumlaus mine throuRhout thn
country and 41 at tho anthrarlto
mines In Pennsylvania. Fatal acci
dents at Pennsylvania bituminous
mines number 23, a decrease of S
as compared with November a year
aRO. Tbero were 20 fatallUe, In
West Virginia, a decrease of 6; 16
In Illinois, a reduction of 2; 10 In
Ohio, a reduction of 1; lu Ala
bama, a decrease of 13; nnd C In
Kentucky, a decrease of 13.
During tho first 11 months of
11,1 I .Al .. .... v.. 1,
SS3 fatalities, or H per cent. The
put of coal for tho same months en, acC(J
1 457.259,000 ,hort tons In 192l() j awkn
KBi.eii.uuo icns in i-u, u
rt. a.. MA. .- . .-.-.A.
decreaso during the present car of
127,382,000 Ions, or 22 per cent.
Theso figures represent a fatality
rato of 3 92 per million tons in
1921 and 3.55 per million tons
mined In 1920.
hTATH HANKS TO HOLD
A meeting ut stockholders of nil
stato banks has been called for Jnn -
uary 12, when officers will be elected
for the ensuing enr.
SCHOOL TO BE
Doctors May Recommend
That Central Building
l-'or thu purpose of InvcstiRitlnR
thu ventilation system of tho Central
school, with vlow lu cither rccom
mendlnK proper equipment or con
demnation of thn bulldlnR, a commit-.
Ie composed of Dr. II D. L. Stewart, J
city health officer, Dr. O. If. Merry-.
man, county health officer, and Dr.l
(leorRo I U'rlKht was appointed last
nlRht nt n merlin of tho Klamath-
Ijiko countlca Medical society held at j
the Chamber of Commerce.
This action wni decided upon when
It was brnURht out that children at
tending tho Control s-liool have for
Jenrn bi'eii addicted to colds and
1 thront trouble which, tho society
holds. Is caused by thu dry air heat-
.. ..Im ,....l.l ul.l. ln.,lon,l
llUll1" '"'" . wui..-.. " -..., .
tnnlllatlon. It was tho opinion of
those present that linlpss this condi
tion ion bo remedied condemnation
proceeding ahould Ivi Instituted
Dr. A. A Hoiilr, retiring president
of tho association gavn .1 sbcrt talk
on tho "Uusincss Bide of Medicine "
Dr. O. A Massey, who was elected'
president at tho December meeting of
Ihe soolety, took the chair with ap
proprlnto remarks. Dr. Warren Hunt
read a paper on Treatment of Syphil
is and Dr. C V Fisher led a general
discussion of tho subject.
A banquet was enjoyed at tho Illue
bird after whlcli Iho members ad
journed lo tho Chamber of Com
merce. Present werc I)r O A. Massey,
Dr T. O CampbeJI, Dr. U D. Oass.
I)r J. I). Patterson. Dr. Warren Hunt,
Dr O. I. Wright"! Or. L. U Tniax. Dr.'
C. V. Fisher. Dr. Krcsso, Dr A. A.
Soule nnd Dr. 0. H. Mcrryiuan.
ACAI.NHT UMli:i.l, MI1.I,
Deputy Sheriff Murlou llarnes es
nn attachment on tho I
nson sawmill In I.angell
., ttM,h ,. ,, ri..,j rr
-. .. .., ,,,, ,
charge of iho property Thn attach -
ment is on 11 note far S2000, which
S. C. Ilumukcr Is suing to recover.
nivroN oirrs .ii'imimkxt
Judgment was entered lu the cir-l
cult court today In favor of Alex
! Illntoli, In a suit against C. S. Fergu-I
'son and his ulfo Myrtle M. and tho
1 Western IIoiul and Mortgage Co., for
tho recovery of (1,662 with interest
and (175 attorneys fees,
I I MM KXl'OHITION TO
UK I'ltOMOTKI) OX XKW
I'liAN, IH DKCIHION
POHTI.AND. Jan. . The
statewide 192. exposition ex
I ecutlre committee adopted res-
olutlon yesterday, declaring
for the exposition, but decided
lo wipe out past leRlitatlro
action and atart a new plan,
which will be formulated. The
Rovernor yesterday vetoed the
COURT HEARS SUIT
FOR RECOVERY OF
Mcliolmn rialatlff la Own
itRalnst Harrr Poole anil
II. O. Williams
Jn tho circuit court today the suit
bfouRht by J. W. Nicholson aRalnst
Harry Poole and D. O. Williams for
the recovery of (1,900 alleged due
for work of excavation on the proper
ty at. tho comer of KlRhth and Klam
ath avenue, was beRun before JudRe
"it, C. flrcrsbeck appeared for the
plaintiff, W. A. Wlest for Poole and
Fred' Fletcher for Williams. Poole
was on tho aland most of the after
noon. It Is threo-corncred affair In
which Poole claims that bis Inter
ests In the work of excavation, which
was for a now theatre bulldlnR. were
1 taken over by 1). O. Williams and
that he was not responsible for any
Indebtedness contracted thereafter.
iNEW DOLLAR ISSUED
First Coin ricnt bjr Special Messen-
ger to Prraldrnt Ifardlnjc
rilll.ADKU'HIA. Pa.. Jan. S.
The new silver dollar the peace
dollar Is now In circulation, sever
al hundred thousand having been
shipped tothe" federal reserve banks
by the Philadelphia mint.
The now coin waa made In com
memorallon of Ihe arms conference-
Thero will be 180,000.000 or the
new- coins issued, one-half of which
will be dated 1921. The first dollar
was sent by special messenger to
SIUTTU: CITV W.tGM
OCT, DKSPTTK VKW
8I:aTTI-K. Wash., Jan. . Pay ot
' all salaried .mDlotea of thp rlir nf
seattlo la reduced tio month nrf
' tho wago of day workora Is cut 25
cents a day In tho annual salary ordi
nance passed by the city council over
tho veto of Mayor Hugh M. Caldwell.
J Kit It V BKXNKTT ltHCOs'KRIXa
AFTKR KKIIIOVH OPKIMTIOV
Jerry Uonnett, well-known veteran
of the CM! and Modoc wars, who re
cently underwent n serious operation
at tho Warren Hunt hospital. Is on
tho road to recovery, II was reported
SAl.KM WOMAN UltOWXS
HKIWKLF IX CHKKK
SAl.KM, Jan. 6. Mrs. Martha
Williams. G8, despondent because of
III health, drowned herself In a
creek ncar her homo this morning.
Sho was dresned only in night
lllllTTOX Wll.li UKJ-KXII
T1TI.K AGA1X.ST S1IADK
NKW YOHK, Jan. 6. Welter
weight champion. Jack Ilrltton, will
defend his title against Dave Shade
ut Madison Square Garden, January
31. A contract for a 15-rourid deci
sion bout was signed today.
"THN STKKL KIXO"
AT KTIUXn TONIGHT
Most 111011 mako suro their wives
loo thorn before," thoy marry.. John
Ulack in tho now World Picture '"The
Steel King," at tho Strand tonight,
lnows, that Kloanor Falrchlld de
spises mm peforq thoy aro marrlcq.
So' confident of his ability to make
her.aaro for him Is ho that he marries
v An inusual situation. It's Just like
I the picture (uausual! .
That's tho foundation for a re
markable picture, nisko docs win hie
..110 m utu, ,
' How ho do?8 It ,l; a .wonderful
Them uie utoo two comedies on
tonight that will make you laugh un
til your sides aelibf
Gratifying Increase Shewn
in Park Attendance
POtlTLAND, Jan. . A trarnea
dous Increase In numbera of toarlste.
campers, fishermen, huntara m4 Mt-
of-doors people of all type TiH4c.
the national forests of Ortcoa wu
experienced In the past santaer, ate
cording to figures Just baaed by tor
est service hoadqnarters her.
One factor contributing to the In
crease waa the adequate supply of
gasoline available this year, the for
est service believes. The year before
thp tourist trade received an immense
set-back duo to shortage of fuel gas.
Oregon's national forests this year
were visited by 423,137 persons, un
der the heading of "recreational visi
tors", according to the figures.
AutotU la Hajortty
This number Includes summer res
idence permittees, campers, hunters
and fishermen, automoblllsts, pedes
trians and, other travelers. The larg
est figure waa set by automoblllsts
323,878 of them visiting the fourteen
national forests or the state.
The most popular of the national,
forests or tho stale last year waa the
Oregon, according to the figure. It
was visited by more than ISO.SOS
persons. 200.000 or whom were ato
Camper cm this forest numbered
13 000, while last year only 600 of
this class of nature lovers visited tke
Crater Ts Posadar
Crater forest came second la popu
larity, being visited by 42.000 recrea
That 'summer homes on the nation
al forests, are Increasing In popalar
ttr Is shown by figure of the Ore
gon reserve for the summer of 1921
and the season of the year previous.
In 1920 but sixty-six people applied
for summer home site on tht area.
while last summor leases were grant
ed S85 person.
TAKES FOOD HOME
TO HER PARENTS
LUOIMOXKA, Tartar Republic.
Jan.. 6. (The Associated Pre)
American worker who ar ad'rala
tslering relief to. children !n K-
slan famine area find It extremely
trying to live np to selective plan
or feeding In village where prac
tically air the Inhabitant are In
dire need of foote
Ily reaulrfartk children to eat
their meals In relief kitchens, the
worker Insure against the delivery
of rood to paiasws iwhtv have not
been passed upon, by examining pkr
slclans. not the children naaka
many paUtetlc, attempts to dodga
One Utile girl In the kitchen here
ate only part of her howl of rice.
mux and sugar, and asked permis
sion Jo take tho remainder of her
rice and her white roll home to her
father, who was 111 with typhus.
"It Is really more than I care
for. X am not used to having so
much at once," the child pleaded.
The caso waa Investigated and the
workers arranged an allowance of
food for the sick man, the relief
work may also be extended to In
valids. In' families where one child is
recommended for feeding by tke
doctors, while brother and sitter
are not givon food cards, ft I not
unusual tor the fortunate one to
take the other along to the kltebea
and carry out to them a portion of
the ration. The self-saerlfldag
spirit or the Utile boy an'd girl
mako. It doubly hard for rllt
WARNS POWERS NOT 1(0 ,
REbY UPON OTHKK NATK!M
CANNES, France, Jan, '. Lleyd
George, In addressing thea epeakif .
session of the allied tupreaie oew
cil today, warned the allied pewer
that they could not look to ? etki
ertlbut tneiBseles tOiVp'rk.eat ,tke
rehabilitation' or gurope. He Vp
pealed io the alllM to get ttM
prejudices snd work tegetber. Tke
council approred the calling e m
Inlernatlenal ecoootajc eeafereaee,
aermaay and Russia tt HMlelpaef,