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NEWS OF THE WORMi
Member of the Associated Press.
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I'lflri-nlti Voir. No, ti-lu
KLAMATH FALLS, OIIKCON, FRIDAY, JANUARY in. ll
PAIOB 1TVB CHMTfl
CULLED OFF By
error in rcimon, uncover-
A nt La it Minute. In-
,- ,-. . - .
Them lll bo no spntlnl olectlon In,
Klamittli counly, Jonuury 31, for thn
purpn.n of lotlng an n road bond I..
mm of IHOO.OOO, ns nun provloul)
announced by lliu county court,
At r.-30 yesterday afternoon Conn-'
ty Judge lluiin.il advl.od County
Clerk Diil.np In cancel thn election,
, , .i.i.i
Klvlnic no hi rciisuii t lint he hod
boon mlvlind by I ho I'orlUnd bond
house of Clurk. Kendall ft Company
that thulr ntlurnrya hnd found on er-j
for In tho petition, which therefore!
wn Invalid County Clerk llrUp un-,
dorstoixl tbnt llm error opposrod In
thu bonding of thn petition
AlthoiiRh 235 notices of tho eloc-
tlou yesterday went mailed lo tho
Judge, and clurk. In llm 3C precinct
of Ihn county, tluum wuro rndalmod J
from thn postofflrn bnforn leaving tho
city and wern roturned lo llm counly .
clerk' offlcn Tho nillce probably
could bn used In event thn election
la liul.l at a Inter date. I)elp on Id
Ordera for tho prlntliiK of bnllotn
It la underatood that before an-
other election daln could Im ant II
would bn neciuinry lo oblnln 00
name to u new petition
m - .
BOY AIDS PLAYMATE
Hh-VrnMllil nliow rrrM-niv of
Mind When I'rleiKl I- Hurt
rreaenro of m I ml and ability to
deal wllh u wrloui problem was j
ahown by alx-year-old Itobert Me-
I.aim ycnterdoy oflnriioon when hla
playmate. Hrrman llrenier. of the
aame ore. auntalned oi-ri. cuta on
Ihn ler when In hlldltiK down the
Bast Main slnet hill from thn Itlv-
ersldn school hu Mruck thn wire
lenco oouiiuiiik urn ....... ...oore
When Iho uccldi'tit occurred,
Hubert without hesitation loaded his
Injured friend on his sled and
started for tho latter'a homo at 710
California nvcniie. n distance, ot
nearly one-half mile Tho task was BANK HAS GOOD YEAR
no easy ono. but tho lltllo fellow
trudged olong until Iho desllna-
.,..-, .,., ,..,i- Offlrrrw of llulto Valley Institution
Hon was reached, not even pausing
to ask assistance from grown-up. OptlmMIr
Dr. O II. Mnrryman wna called and
took ten stllche In the gashes. Tha DollKIH. Cal.. Jan. 13. Terminal-
boy will recover within a fow days. inK verJ. MICce,Mfu, ,rnr Mofk.
Tho boys wero enjoying tlvrlr last ,, of lh ,,,, Vapr 8u(o
slide on thn hill In coropllnnc. wllh ,UbJ( m., W(Hlne,dlly , anniu, ,M.
tbo Instructions of the school prln- gpn m, .,,,,,.,, dlrn(.,or, ,,. ttlP
elpal who had pointed out the dan- Mt fcM yM Although tho lum
ger of sliding on the hill, and dl- alock.rBnK tn
reeled thnt thn sleds bn left homo . ,,,, of ,,, ,oc.
thorenfter ' , hM0 boen wrou,,y j,,rop(,rC(i
Itobert s tho son of Mr. and Mra. '
11 n. Mcl.ane. and Herman tho so.,' '" '? f "norH.
nf Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Ilrr-mnr. ' l0" of markets, banking has been
good, as shown by the annual roporl
unnocDC Wll I MFFT, of ",0 aoerelanrr. Kven a moro op-
High Hiliool in. Agenrt lUwkrtball
Mutrli I'miulM-e Intrrmt
"" Wion llm Klamnth County High
school nnd Agency school bnskotball , until, Win, 0. Hagotstoln, Jehu Hay
teams meot tonight on the Klamnth I worth and Merrill Kvans. William O.
Amateur Athletic association floor, j Hngelsteln waa re-elected cashier and
local funs will hiive tho opportunity , j, n. Waltz, president. Charles tier
In soo tho hnmn boys ndmlnlator the nath, a promlnont farmer of thn Ok
first detent or the season to tho In- lahoma district, was ro-olocted, vlco
illsns. So far the Agency has lost no ' president and Mrs. William O. Hag
games In the county high school a-lolsteln. assistant cashlor.
soclatlon nnd stands In n fair way to' m
win tho sliver loving-cup offerod lo KWAlt.VA HVIT MAY OO
the county clinmplons by local busl- TO JUItV TOMOUHOW
n., l.ll. a.ltnAl fl... linM fll.Mll
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woraing nnrii lor m "."" s
. . ... ... .r
bog nnlng to bo organized imn'" af-
.S . . .... n, w.,iieV .. .eMnr.
. . , w ,....,. . .h., if
Last night they dofcated the K
. A. . OK .. ...( I, n,,n.l
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l...l..n.v Innlchl .
L. ,." .. ' i.i,
V iii.i. a ni..r mr
' Agency Hlcka nnd Bakur 'or-
wardai'llall. contor, and Riddle and,
.Tohn. guards, High achool-Orovn!
ml Povton. ferwards: (lootz. center,
and Sehrher nnd Hobuo. guards.
WIHHAIin ACJAIN OS
A. Xi. Wlohard. secretary of the
Klamath Irrigation district, has re
ceived notlco of hla ro-appotntment,
at a rocenl meeting at Bend, at a
member of the legislative, commit
tee ot the Oregon Irrigation con-
I'OIID OFFBIIH TO lll'V
KNTIIIi: I'KIINCII SAW
lll'T IIUI'l'HIJH 'MUll MrH"
WASHINGTON, Jnn 13.
Tho French government Im up-
prondird Henry Kuril liy cnlilu,
asking If lnt would ninnlilur llin
purrliin... of It tmttli-shlp
Ford ruplled t tin t will', lie
could buy llm entire Crunch
mi vy tin would mil lio Interested
jnu o1, .
No answer linn bi'irn retell iil
lo hi robin
ATHLETIC CLUB TO
,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, H,ml$ , M.,g,
1M for Tournomrnl
Thot thu Klamath Amateur Ath.
Il aa.oclatlon In cerletn to become
a permanent and valuable limtltutlon
here, wan thn sentiment expressed nt
an enthusiastic mooting held nt thn
Chamber of Commcrcn taut night
whim officers wern alocted and plain
laid for an athletic tournament to be
hold on Krlday, January 27
Offlerra were elected ai followa;
Burgo Maaon, president. Frank I..
Ifoward, vice-president; W C Van
Kmon. secretary; W W Houthwell.
treasurer. Director elected wern
Hum" Maaon, Frank I, Howard, W
C, Van Kmon. J. W. Iloualon, W W
Kouthwelt, J. A, Oordon. Wllion H
Wiley, If. It HIM and K M Ilubb
Harold Chrlaty i appointed ath.
lellc director and aa Klven author-
Ity to arrange for thn athletic tourna
ment, which bn promUea will be tho
brtl ""lr of ,u k,n1 erfT w""'"1"
In lhl city. Tentative plena proilifo
for athletic representation from var
loua omanltallona of thn city. In-
cludlnK boilnK. wreilllnR andother
fpaturoi. detalla of whkli wflf'be an
nounced later '
Recretary T. A. Stovenaon of the
(iumbnr of Commrrco baa arransed
for ho forum on , wi ,!,. pre.
,P,,i nK ihe tournament to bo turned
... . ,h. 1.,,c,,iun. whth hB.
prnmlMMl thn niecllng will bo one nf
(h() mM ,., t!Vrr PnJliy.d ,,y
hn fofum m9mhun.
Today thn association will start a
membership drive In order to ratso
fund, nccewary lo meet the current
eipenses of thn organliatlon
tlmlatlc outlook for tho now year was
conceded by thn stockholders.
No change was made (n the per-
ronnnl of tho officers, or directors. Di-
rectors aro J. D. Walls, Charles Bcr-
Th u,t 0( ,ne Kw.Una D0X COm.
- . .
P,,y ago nst tbo logging firm of
TUenager A Bailey for alleged breach
iol contract, which haa been In Iho
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...Ill . lh. t... nn.n..n ..
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"" The next case on the calendar
'" -t of Campbell ve. Cookman.
AI.KM MAN CWOSBX.NEW,
BTATK FAin ROAIID HKAI
rVIXANn. Jan. 12. Jamei H
Llnu. ct Soloin has been, elected .pre
sident of the. etato' fair board. -Other
otflceia named atlklje board meeting
held here werarH,,0. Brown. Port
land. Y'ta prealdent:, A. H. Laju.Port.
land, secretary) At M, "Bush, naiam.
treasurer. The retiring praaldtnt ia
J.R, Reynolda. La Qrande,
Goods Valued at $300 Are
S.o.-En.., Th,.,h ;
Broken I ransom
..,... e,.Bu ., "a"" umber ond jm.ntiM circles In South
Harness company a atoro, flnventb . .,.. r.mi.
.. .. . . . . . i Jem Oreuon and Northcni Calllornln
and K amath, between 6 o'clock and . .... , , , .,...,. ,ii.
,,.,,,., , , F vo million feet of slandlnB timber
9 o'clock last nlRhl, and removed ,,........,. ,
goods valued by A. F. Halflcky, one of
the owners, at approximately 1300.
Kntrancn was- gained by throw
ing o atlck ot atovo wood through
thn transom over the rear door on
Klamath avenue, then climbing
through the transom and unlocking
the door from tbo Inside. Just
why this laborious method was
chosen ralher Iban to remote a
pane of glass from tho door was
not apparent, and led lo the belief
that thn work was that of auta4CalirornUii In Frewili llo4ll Fnuu j
The rubbery was discovered about
I) o'clock, when Halflcky returned to
thn sloro, which waa closed at t
o'clock. Noticing a broken bos on
Ihe floor, he Invealtgalod and quick- violinist, prlto winner at tlm Amcrl
ly discovered a largo amount of' cnn conservatory of music at Fon
goods to bo missing. He at onco! tnlnbleau. la reported "dying In the
notified tho police and Ihe aherlff'a
No srrt'ats had been made In con
nection with tho robbery at a late
hour this afternoon
Tho following Is a list of goods
declared missing: Four palra of,
long, iiisck iiair cusps; iwo pairs on
while hair chaps, ono carbine gun'
case, thrro pairs of puttees, seven
para of silver spurs- marked "M.
M.", flvo palra bridle blU. five
pairs of short, black gloves, one
PAhHKH IK CHICACtl
POIITLANI). Jan. 13. Word
reacliol Portland today of tho death
at Chicago last night ot tho Her
crend John II. Iloyd. former pastor
of Iho First Presbyterian church
here. He had occupied leading Pro
Werlan pulplls throughout tho coun.'
try. Tho remains will be brought to'
Portland for Interment
P. O. DEPT. FUND FIXED
Air Mall Henrico Klunlnatrd In
tVVM.OOO.OOO Annual Katbuato
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 11.
Wllh provisions for alr mall aervleo
eliminated, the annual postotflco
appropriation bill, carrying approx
imately 1654,000,000, waa favorably
roported today by the house appro
'JOU DESERVE Irta
MEDAL MORE TFlAN
'-55?&"3 r3T" '. "" r-
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'GILKEY MILL AND
I TIMBER SOLD TO
Million I'nl of Timber l
liiiludnlt Hirly trpenlng J
DOIlltIS, Col., Jnun U A deal
linn Juit been consummated by which
tho Mwmlll and timber owned by II
W O, Keateraon. Tho mill has been
operated during tho pant fow )cnra
by Mr. Ollkoy, who l woll known In ,
1 wm inviuuDu in iisiionviiwH
Tho now owners
urn hlio Bot!
known hero. I. B. Kcsterson form
crly operated a mill nt Ivan which
was burned In 1920 Sufficient logs
for a good aprlng start have been
decked at tho mill during tbo winter,
thus assuring an early opening pro
viding weather conditions permit
. . i
AllegvU Art of HuoImiuI
I'AHIS, Jan. 13. Mrs Andre)
Crnlghton Hyan. better known ns
Audrey Crelgbtoiu the California
American hospital at Neullty. ns tho
result of swallowing poison tablets
Her husband. Thomas Stewart Ity-
on. attached to tho Paris staff of tho
Chicago Tribune, la under arrest on
, ehM(w of B(,m,n,ilPrlnK thp ,au.
, um,er (hrcat ,0 k hpr wUh a
knife unless she swallowed them.
Hn later Is aald to have stabbed
himself, but not seriously Domestic
troubles aro given as the cause of his
PROSECUTORS TO MEET
Attanaer Oeneml to Call Tr Kn-
Xorertnent Oonfrretife at Salem
8AI.KM. Jan. 13 -A law-
forcement conference of tho dli -
trlct attorney of Oregon I to bo
called at Salem or Portland In tho
next ten da. Attorney Ocneaal
VanWInkle announro.1 today. Em-
phasl will bo placed on enforce-
ment of the liquor laws
, CASHIER IS ACCUSED
,.. fen, onnncov
Ur $15,UUU KUiSDCKT
rA3AiJi..-.A, i-aiu.. Jnn u.
Fred A, draco, cashlor ot tho First
National bank hero, waa placed In
tbo city Jail today, charged wllh
having robbed a Citizens Bank
messenger of $16,000, October 7.
Tho police, said Graco admitted
tho theft and Implicated two others.
He restored 17.68 of the stolen
I money, they said.
TRANSFERRING THE CHAMPIONSHIP
I aii& g
Off'cers of First State Ex
press Optimism New
A gradual return to prosperity
during tho present year was pro-
dlctod by the officers of tho Flrat
Htatn and Saving bank at tbo an-
nual election yesterday afternoon.
A larger representation for tho
Mtockholders waa provided tor with
tho amending of tbo by-laws to per
mit eleven on tbo board of direct
ors, an Incrcaso ot alx. Tbo new
mcmbnra elected arc: Fred Hous
ton, K. II. Hall, It. H. Dnnnell, If.
i: Haugcr. F. Hill Hunter, Fred
Ilucslng and Jacob Htrvl. The
remaining directors ara Captain J,
W Siemens, John Siemens Jr., Ed
Jlloomlngcamp and D. U. Murphy.
Dun to the absence ot Directors
ininter. Hall and Hauger, election
of officers and committers was con
tinued until Tuesday night.
BOY PREFERS FATHER
llnnkrrn I.ad Ihxlgn Attempted
Bmlirnrs of Mother
KKDDING, Jan 13. Dr. Jesse II.
Ilankero of Cottonwood, In compli
ance with a writ of habeaa corpus,
appeared In the Superior Court at 2
o'clock Wednesday afternoon and
brought along his 10-year-old son.
Kiorclt Ilankero. -wham hla wife,
Mrs. Dora Ilankero. alleges he kid
naped In Chlco on January 4.
Mrs. Bankero and her parents. Mr.
and Mra. Frank Doollttfe, were on
hand. Prior tcealllng the ce. Mr.
Ilankero, In n showof affection, at
tempted to kl the lad. Sbo tried to
embrace him Hn ran to his father
cr clear around the tablo of the coun-
ty clerk to c-"ipo his mother's car-
l , . nrofera to star with
h, f h d b,.me hl. r.ndnar.
ents for embittering him against his
father so that at Chlco he did not
really want to go with him.
"I wont to stay with my father,"
i he say now Tho writ of habeaa
I corpus was not dhposed of, a( Judge
"'" ' "r ' iw '
Tho ncarlnR ""'lnu"1 unt
j Turadar. January 17. at 10 a. m.
I Tho nttorncr for Dr. Bankero mado a
motion that the writ be vacated. The
motion was taken under advisement.
tXHIS II V IIAIIHOR
TO UK IMPROVKD
WASHINGTON. Jan. 12 Improve
ment of Coos bay harbor and Isth
mian slougb, Oregon, at an estimated
cost ot $3,310,000, w-as recommended
today by nrmy engineers.
SOUTHERN UlRLH RETAIN
OLD-TIME MODESTY OF
IHIKHH AM) BEHAVIOR
.N'Ktt' OltLKANH, Jnn 13 .
Tlio Rlrls of Dltlo wear longer
!!, iIvIhI l..a Itmlnw a.Mnk A I
-w nn. ,. u..., .voa ii'uif a...wnw -w .
4 fewer cigarettes and hold fewer 4 ,
"potting parties" than girls In
othor sections of thn country.
Bo Valeria 11. I'arker, of the
United Stales Intcrdepartmen-
tal social hyglono board, dcclar-
ed In an address here today. 4
CIICNT WHEN LONH
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r.LtA.1 IUW KUW CNUS
Ling 0f NevrlirrTy HtUIa Debate
I ,j Terminate Long
WASHINGTON, Jan. 13. The
Newberry case, In the formal records
ot the aenate paased Into history to
day. Tho Senate chamber seemed
strangely sllert after the strain ot
the battle which ended In tho seating
of Newberry by a vote of 46 to 41,
late yesterday, after moro than throe
yeara of uncertainty and suspense.
Tho Michigan senatorial election
context waa one ot tho most notable
and fought with as great heat aa any
engaging olthor branch of Congress
In recent years.
Tho roots ot the contest run back
Into the early summer of 1913 when'
President Wilson personally request-
ed Ford to enter the raco for the
Michigan Senatorshlp. The Detroit
manufacturer's entranro Into potitlca
precipitated a situation without par
allel In the State for he declined to
state whether he would seek nomin
ation and election as a Bepubltc-n ot
a, a Democrat, entering the raco sub
sequently aa a candidate for nomina
tion on both tickets.
On tho Republican ballot In the
priraarj-welch waa held August 27,
1918,' Ford' waa opposed by New.
berry, fanner Governor Cbae S. Os
born. and William' Gerald 'rTtmpson
ot Detroit. Aa a democrat, he was
opposed by Jamea W. Helme ot Ad
rian. Ford won tho Democratic nom
ination handily and Newberry waa
victor on tho Republican ticket.
Charges were spread broadcast by
Ford supporters accusing the New
berry committee with having spent
more than f250,000 In the primary
campaign and tbo further assertion
was mado that Illegal Influences had
been brought to bear and Intlmlda -
tlon ot otera resorted to by the
JAZZ CLOTHES LATEST
Designers Association Cater to Men
Who Cannot nelt Mulc
NBW'YORK. Jan. 13. Clothes aet
to music, especially created for oung
men who cannot resist tho lure of the
Jaxz, are on exhibition at tbo con
vention of tbo American Designers'
Association horc. High waists, braid,
and satin pipings aro outstanding
attraction of tho new terpslchorean
The coat Is natty and tho art!
J flclal walsl I, three Inchea above
! normal. Tho pockets aro fancy and
high and trimmed with braid and
I tbo cuffs aro narrow turnbacks. Tho
backs ot the coats have Inverted
plaits, finished with a silk crowfoot.
Predominating colors are black,
I blue and dark brown.
HAM: (W 14 COWS
IIF.PORTF.I) BY IITIOKEH
Tho purchase by C. Bowman ft
Co. ot Merrill of 14 head of fine
milk cows, consisting of Durhams
and Holstelns, from II. II. Graham
ft Brothers, Is reported by the J. B.
Bramhall brokerage concern, which!
negotloted the sale. The herd U
said to bo one ot the finest In the
HIGHWAY ' KXGINEEn
LEAVES FOR SALEM
I K. Br Bishop, division engineer for
! tho stato highway commission, whose
office hero recently was ciosea, win
Heave for Salem tomorrow. He will'
be 'accompanied as far as Eugene by
Mra. Bishop, who will visit with re
late cs thero for some time before
going on to Salem.
I FRENCH DELEGATUS MILD
, " ROIAIV IN ARMS PARLEY
. .WASHINGTON. Jap. -lS.--Prel;
""dent Mllle'rand of .France todaydl
Vected M. SarroutI bead "6t theFrench
delegation, to continue In thai capa
city until the end of the Waahlngton
OF THEIR L
Would Realize Funds to De
velop Holdings; May
The cltlten Indiana of the Klamath
Indian reservation will moot at Beat
ty on January 20 and at Chlloquln
January 23 to determine whothar a
request shall bo ruado or a ault en
torod In tho United States Court of
Claims for a partition ot the reser
vation or an apportionment ot tha
aharea of tho Individual Indiana who
have become citizens of tho United
This movement, which has been
under consideration for soma time,
would bo undertaken primarily -to
ostabllsh tho rights of Indiana to
property apeclfied In treaties, and to
onter Into tho full realization ot
fclf-covornment; and to bring ault
In tbo V. S. District court for allot
ment of lands to thoso Indiana who
bavo been denied allotments by tha
rulings of the Bureau ot Indian Af-
fairs In Waahlngton, D. C.
The purpose given for apportion-
me"nt of lands Is that Indians hold
ing property aro prevented irom
making Improvements through lack
ot funds. Tho Indiana point out that
the move should be welcomed by the
people ot the stato for tbo following
"It would bo the means ot sddlng
to the present amall taxable area of
"Tho government would bo reliev
ed ot tho present cost ot maintaining
"The Indian would bo placed on an
equal footing with hla white brother.,
with sufficient capital to give him a
"The Indian would bo placed In
closer relation with hla guardian,
the whlto man, which In reality norer
haa been dono, leaving tho taxpayer
to believe that bo bad nothing to do
wlth'the Indian although ho has been
annually contributing to his keop and
education for years."
Under the ruling of 1887 Indians
who wero declared competent were
. granted a truat patent to lands which
wero turned over them together with
citizenship at tho end ot '25 years.
Under the ruling fostered In 1906 by
Chas. If. Burko. who now Is commis
sioner ot Indian affairs, Indiana up
on being declared compotent wore
at once granted citizenship and pat
ant. A ruling made on April 15, 1910
provided that no moro allotments
should be made after that date.
It would be the twarfold purpose, of
tbo Indiana to return the allotment
privilege; and either to recelvo pat
ent to and sell the lands apportioned,
or to sell directly to tho government.
Indian, not cltlzons, It la claimed,
would still bo entitled to their shares
in tho land romatnlng unsold,
BOWLING ON TONIGHT
ILiflxTi Pluy Druggists, Unbeaten
Cluuuplonv of Elks
Tho Barbara and Druggist, to
night will clash on tho Elks' bowl-
itng alloys In what promises to be
one of tho-most Interesting sola In
'the series. Wednesday night tbs
i Bearcats won two out ot three
games from the Dredgers, and on
Tuesday the Zerolenes won two
garner from the City Dads. In tha
gamea Sunday the Sbepherda won
two gamos from the Zerolenes.
Tho Druggists still remain at tha
top ot the list, with only one game
BABY GIRL BORN
Dr. J. G. Patterson report tha
birth of a babyt girl to Mr. and Mrs.
Nygaard Lauraen, Eldorado avenue,
at' 8:15 yesterday evening.
I a '
! WEATHER PROnABnlmKH
For the first tlmo In a number ot
dan tho Cyclo-Stormagraph ut Und
erwood', Pharmacy, has rcglstored a
decided fall in barometric pressure.
Aa tbo reading is .still very high no
storm Is Indicated but the probabili
ties are that' warmer weather will
Forecast for next 24 heurs:
' Continued fair probably waymer.
The Tycos recording thermometer
registered tho following maxlrqum
vand minimum temperature toUa'y)