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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1922)
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KLAMATH. PALLfl, OREGON,
ixdav, januahv in, iikbi
Hi BUREAU' OF
(IKIIMANV MA It I FIRST
OF tll,0M),(KHI MAIIKH
PAIUH, Jnii. ID. (Inrmany
ade a first paymonl tcday of
,000,000 gold mark In no
cordanco with n recont tli'clalon
ol the repniatlnns (oiiiiiiImIoii
Hi CunniM providing for nucti
payment nvcry 10 days, pend-
InK a dnclslnn on tho whole
Will Bo Western Head Of-, rrwrailon lu
flee New Quartera
Arrangnmnnl am now lining mad ' PLANNED BY CALIF
to movo Iho hnndquartor of Hi Hiir-
.- nt t-titnttmln w In t li I HIV II waM
.no.ncdlod.ybr J rKlmbRlLof"1000-000 U "" """"" ,h,Hn
tlin Klamath Forest Protncllvn asso. l0"r Ilo4, " Nl
elation, tlin office of which today t nnl Widened
wnrn moved from lltn Winters' build.
InR to thn Main street courthouse HACItAMKNTO. Jan IH, Kxpmul
building. J. M. Miller In at Present i ,ur, of TKtr 11.000,000 on tho
thn bureau haul j ffe Highway between tlin One
At present thn bend offlrn of lhn,on boundary uml Diinsmulr, la In.
hurrau la at North Knrk. California.) Cudj , ,hn rallfornln highway
Tim bureau will b moved hnr In fommlalon proRram for thin year,
ord.r to bn In closor Inuch with tho according to N It Darling, rhnlr
Northern California Southern Or ma 0( tbn romiiiliton
Ron Insect Control project. Ihn pro. Tnn ciallforl program provide
gram for whlrh la .aid to b thn moat ( for widening and paving tho aocllon
comprnhrnslvn nvnr attempted, and bi.twwn Dm Orvgon linn and thn
which otfnra Rornrnmont nntomolo. Klamath rlvnr. a distance of 10 miles,
gists nxollcnl opporlunlty for rn. ., ro of tjjo.ooo
anarch work llntwnnn Klamath rler and Yrcka
Need of larRnr quarter, whnro Ihn lho n,,hw.y hn, already boon graded
association hn-ds. control board and ,nd ,,, w,h KrtYcit wn,,h ,,
othnr actlvlt. In ronnnctlon with w,ar)n ,,. uri(Inr ,,..vy lr.rf,e
tha work can bn handlrd from one, Improve--ll,. se,tlii
office. w, gltnii a. thn reason for Tho MiioninC nectloti. bnti-nn
the ehangn of ofllc Thn tin ijuar- v.ohll .,, (iBIB,e. approilmaloly IK
inr nr on inn main noor oi '"", njHen. U to bn auUtanllally Improvnd
at nn ratlmatnd coit of 1200,000.
Thn Kelt anctlon, bntwern Uaiello
Directors Look Forward to
a Profitable Year and
Better Business Tone
bultilliiR and cnnaltt of wu larRn
and Wncd, about II mlln. la partly
SHOWlgradnd and aurfaclnR la In proRrrti.
"" """ Krom Wond to Dunamulr, II mllna,
rmlldnt for lllarkfarn M- ,h- -. .. -.-j .iv , .i. -...
fair Krbniarj 91 .. A rontrci wa, ncnntlr award-
" cd for paTlnR half of tlin acctlon.
Thn forthcoming mln.lrrl ,how. to Thu work ,, B0W , prorc ,,,-,
! bald at thn flcndlnavlan hall. I bw)n itUjrA by r,nl of ,,r ,rou.r.
Fabruary II a. a cllmai for thn mow ,, ihm pin of b ouif'ornla
bnrahlp drlrn durlnR tho Prnc.llnR h,.h, ccmm.,,oll iomtri lha
wrk. formed the principal topic ofr)(mll,ndcr of ,ho . colr,cu
dliCUMlon at thn American Ix-rIoj thi.'comlnR aoaaon
mnntlnR laat 'nlRht '
Chairman V Wlnnltiaham, of thn J
leclalcommlltP, ri'iMirtnd farrablt TO STUDY CITY NEEDS
proRrnaa fcr thn nnlnrtalnmnnt ann
promlawl that thn utfalr would bn a , , Municipal aoTvmmrat Out.
Kraal auccc.a. Ho aald that whlln a nr ir-n rronun
numbnr of talented IcRlonalraa had
been rovealed. tho committer would ' Th .fton(, niMtlnB of ,,, cUi,
Ilk to hear from any member ho,,n th ilUl,r of , method, of e
could perform any entnrtnlnlnR ov,rnment bj , mtereatlnic
"atunt." or who could play any mu..mMll at ,ho ch.mber of Com.
leal In.truninnt I mrrtfl Tu()i,y 6T.nnr, when per-
Thn mnmberahln drlvn will ho und- manBnt ofC6ri W8rn e,oc(edi am,
nr direction of Carl Hchubnrt. who,. .,, pr0(rBW arriinKOl.
will a.t a. major, and who will ap. c 0r0Mb)ck , n
point four captalna and a number of eh,rn,n of th, KTcnfi w v Mar
aerReanta. Thn drlvn will corer thn hf ,PCrrUry, A commltlnn com
county aa well aa the city In an ef.ipo,d f c (jr0B.bnck, Mayor
fort to brlnR In every nx-acrvlco man . w,I(ly ,, ,,( D New w np.
who I, nol already a member. )nof)d ,0 ,lka from ,h(J . teh
lleporta of v.rlou. committee.' .,, .. . .. i.eumoni Y.U11
wera heard, InrludlnR a detailed re
port of thn pudltliiR cnmmltten
and brlnR them before tho claas at
thn next meetlnc, when they wilt
KollowlnR tho mnntlnR tho mem- . .neuned
bera were ,ervod with n buffet lunch Th(, tMmm aUo Kavo l0 ,nd,.
by tho auilllar)-, which aUo met In , (uaU prMen, a numbor of aub.
reRular aea.lon. j J(,ct. on whrh ,h(,y are , reporl
MAM. IN' I'()IITI-M H" next meetlnR, Theo aro aa
HIZINd Ul" HlTlTATH.i'utl0!
I "Haa tho City a Kir Department?
Charlca C. Hall of Cooa Day. who i t Under tho Clty'a Huponfl-
la torn betwoen confllctlnr political .ton?" W O. Smith.
emotion. U at thn llemon, altlnR "What, Am tho noundarlea of tho
up tha altuatlon, aaya tho Portland city?" W. II. Kllngenborff!
OrcRonla'n. Mr. Hall, who la now i-Doea Iho City Rvnder Any Ser-
enator from Coo, county, haa vice. Kirn or Otherwlie, Outalde of
practically mado up hla mind to run thn Cltyt" A. J. Voye.
for aome atato office, Juat what "How About Anlmala ItunnliiR at
that office will ho ho la not quite irR?" W. W. McNealjr.
c;laln. . Klrat ho conaldorcd rot- "What Portion of tho City Haa
rnbr. There woro loo many can. No Howase ByatemT" M. 8. Weat.
dldatea for that offlco and he looked "Haa tho City Any Waterfront?"
over the proipecta for the poiltlon o. T. Darter.
of fitate treaiuror and Juat about "How Can tho City Acqulro
decided that ho would llkn that Job.'ptf),, What la the Park DoardT
Now hla frlonda havo been after who Appoint Thorn? How Dooa
him again about the Rovornor'a n obtain Fundat" J. W, Kama,
place and he I undocldcd Juat what. "What la the nudget Law?" H.
ho will do.
Captain J. W. Hlemon re
olcctnd prealdenl of tho Klrat Hlato
and llavlng bauk by unantmoua
vol of the dlreclora at laat nlRht'a
meotlnR, and Ed Illoomlngcamp
and K. II, Halt wrrn cbonen vice
Tba dlreclora wero highly opti
mistic In their outlook for the com
InR year. A healthier loo In all
direction of trade, and especially
the better alioep and wool markela,
la atlrrlnR atagnant loana and do
poilta ore reapoudlnR to upward
market conditions Tho dlrectora
all oiyromod confidence that tho
floauclal atorm I, aafely weathered
and all plrdRed aapport to pro
gram that looka toward the contin
ued upbuilding of all bualnoaa In
terrata, papcclally a helpful attl
tudo toward agricultural and live
stock Induilrlra, and tho vatabllah
mont of thn bank as oue of tho
leading llnanclal Inatltutlona of
The resignation of Marahall
Hooper, who la replaced by C. K.
Walks, waa accepted, The resigna
tion, aald Mr. Hooper today, waa
not lhn result of any unfriendly
feeling. Ho declared bla belief In
ths futura of tho bank, and aald
ha believed that In Mr. Wallea the
hank had secured a man whoso ex
perience and standing would be
highly helpful both to tho Institu
tion and to th community.
Nothing was don regarding th
eaahler'a position. John Slemna,
Jr.,jcaablr. haa - ".fjti1
for Iho past thlrty-flfa day, con
ferring with tho commute ot the
war finance corporation on agri
cultural and livestock loana tor
Through congressional action last
yesr, thn war finance corporation
waa endowed with fnnda to aid In
thn rehabilitation of Ihn farming
Interests. Mr. Siemens Is In closo
touch with ths agricultural and
livestock Industries n Klamath
county, and went to Portland armed
with atatementa and applications
for loans, and hla visit la expected
to result In brlnglnR sovcral hun
dred thousand dollara Into Klamat'
TOPIC AT C. OF C.
AM.IKD HKKUNDLNG HIM.
II. V. Orocoboek Tells Mrmbrra
First Principle la Kplrlt
"I'orhaPii tha grralrst rsat-ntlal of
Americanism In generosity In JudRlng
OPEN DOOR IN
ono ahotbor." it. o. Oroesbock toidt Eight Powers 'Sign State
tho Chambar of Commorca forum j , ,. n , -
mombera at the "Women' Way"
meeting today at noon In hla talk-on
thn principals of Americanism.
"No ono can define tho principle
of Americanism," hi; said, "nor ran
wo accept Americanism a ixiraonlflcd
by Lincoln and adapt It to tho pres
ent day. Our Idoaa havo changed. Hut
who of us can exactly define tho
term? Who can explain to tho willing
ear ot a foreigner, the principles of
Americanism? The foreigner will
listen, but will promptly reject what
wo havo told him and accept tho
teachings of another."
Amurlcanlsm, Oroeabi-ek polntod
ment of Policy; Portion of
Original Draft Omitted
WASHINGTON, Jan, IS. A
decision to press first tho Alllod
Oebt Itefundlng 1)111 and noxt a
Soldiers' Donua bill waa reached
today by Republican Senators.
Opposition to tho Donua Dill do
veloped but a motion to place
thla aecond on tho list was car
4 rled by a largo majority.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 11.
Tho American porpoaal to rodaflnn
tho open door policy In China and
to create on International board to
examine both existing and futura
concessions which appear to con
flict with tho open door, was adop
ted In part today by the Far East
ern commltteo at th Washington
Tho portion adopted Included a
general statement of aquallty of
out. while Indefinable, In something, opportunity In China for the trad
that Is being created In rommunltyj amj industry of all nations, and
gatherings, whero a aplrlt of helpful- the agreement by which eight
ness pervades. ; powers declare thelr acceptance ot
In no uncertain term he dencun-, ti,at principle and provision for tho
ced the local tendency to Inject per-.cri.alon of un international board.
aonalltle Into public question, say- Action waa deferred on tho fourth
InR that In ao doing thn first principle and fnll paragraph of tho reaolu
of Americanism was broken tcn by which nine power, Inctud-
"Wo havo Ural got to bo real men ,nK Chni a)!re0 tbat any pr0Tlalon
and womon" he declared, "before 'of any existing concessions appear
can express theso principles, and ( nK inconsistent with tboso of an
when wo aro that wo cannot brook a othcr concession or with the prln
splrlt of unfairness." i cp)c of ,ho open door pocy may
The meeting was onlhencd by , j aUbmlltod by the powers con
string music furnished by Karl and COrnedjto' the International refer-
Clalro nilchlo and Mr. Jaroby Karl Pneo bpard
ititcnio uemonstrateu mat no mrow
a wicked flit In more ways than one,
dellRhtlnR the forum with tho enter
tainment. Mrs. Claudo Davis prnsldcd and de
livered a ahort but Interfiling address.
Hkafd .Maaoaayto mdct
vfcnanTomorrww p. f.
MOVIES INSURE HAYS
a,(MK),004i Policy to Protect
NEW YORK. Jan. II. Tho llf
of Postmaster General Haya will bo
Insured for 12,000,000 when ha re
sign to head the National moving
plctare combination, rt waa an
nounced today attar a meeting ot
a sub-committee ot motion picture
The policy will ba made payable,
Tho funeral services for tho latoj
Charles 3. KerRuson will bo held at
the Elk'a Temple at 2 o'clock Thurs- In event of his death, to the reor
day afternoon, I ganlzed national association ot the
The ceremony will bo conducted by imotlon picture Industry and the
thn Klamath I.odgo of Klks. and amount being large. It was stated.
C. K Stone will deliver a short ad-i would bo distributed among several
SOLDIER BONUS TO
BE PAID BY STATE
ABOUT MARCH 1ST
Loan Will Follow Cah Payment;
Another Isnuo May IV
Offered Jo Be 1st
SALEM. Jan. 18. Printing and
signing of tha 10,000 20-year state
soldier bonua bonds, awarded to
Ralph Schneeloch company of Port
land on a bid of 4 per cent Intereat
and f 17,900 premium, la expected to
take about five weoks. The commis
sion hopes to begin payment of the
approximately $2,000,000 In cash
bonuses, asked by 9(19 ex-aervlco
men, by March 1 Loana totaling
121. 309,690, requested by 7251 for
mer soldiers, will follow.
Three other bids were received.
John Price A Company of Seattle
offered a premium of $85,900, but
at an Interest rate of 44, making
the basis 4.68. The National City
company ot San Francisco and Free
man. Smith & Camp of Portland alio
The commission Intimated that an
other block of bonds will probably
be offered about June 1. Bend buy
ers, who said the offering today waa
the largest. In their knowledge. In
the Pacific states, advised that fut
ure block be advertised In amallor
amounts, not greater than $5,000,000
aaylng more competition would re
mit. Tne commissipn la autnoruea to
sell a t6thotf 10,000,000 In bonds.
L. The commission la highly pleased
,wlta. he.reanlt of the-!, flg-urtec
on the-basl of the entire amount
authorised, a saving of $7,500,000
to the atato due to the delay of the
test ault. which prevented disposal of
bond, on the date first set for the
aaln. when bond price were less attractive.
Irt AIIOVK AT POIITIiAM)
POHTLAND. Jan. 18. The tarn
perature waa 10 above xero at 8
o'clock thla morning. It Is sunshiny
and cold here today.
Thn Masonic bodloa of
OF C. AUXILIARY ELECTS
Falls wilt officiate at the grave.
The artlvn pall bearer will consist
of member ot tho local Dar Associa
tion with honorary pall bearer from
the Masonic, Klks and Spanish War
Tho body will lie In state at the
Whltlock undertaking parlor Thurs
day forenoon, Friends desiring to
view the remains will bo admitted
between ten and eleven o'clock.
All banks will closo at 2 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon, out ot respect to
tho memory of Mr. Ferguson.
IIA11V GIRL HORN
l)r J G Patterson reports the
birth at 5-30 this morning of a baby
girl to Mr. and Mr. Clinton Jones.
220 North Ninth street. Mr. Jones lt
a lineman for tho California Oregon
LAGKOHI I.OSK8 TO WILLS
PORTLAND, Jan. 18. Harry
Wills, negro heavyweight, won a ten
round decision from Sam Langford
last night. Wills lauded left and
rights at will.
At a meeting yesterday afternoon
of the Women' Auxiliary of the
Chamber of Commerce the rotes for
executive committee candidate were
cast aa follews: Mrs. C. W. Eber
leln 17. Mrs. H. R. Harrison 15.
Mr. Fred Raker 14. Mr. E. S.
Henry 14. Mr. H. N. Moe 14, Mrs.
O. I. Wright 13, Mr. Harry Ackley
10, Mra. Syd Evans 10, Mrs. Elmer
Ludden 9, Mrs. Harry Poole I. The
auxiliary will meet within the next
few days, when the above executive
committee will elect officers.
QUICK, WARREN, HEAD HIM OFF
AID FOR IMHANH
1 "Wbat Ja
WASHINGTON. D. c. .Im, H
An Immediate appropriation or
$180,000 I neoded for thn jo"'' - -Merabjy Interested in the way he
thn Amount ot Our
City Debt? What I tho Debt
Limit? What la the Assessed Val
uation?" J. J. Furbor.
Membera ot tho class were con-
destitute Indians, President tt-rt,
Ing Informed congress toilav, nj.
'-I meetings started, and It Is ex
po;Ud tbat during the three months
el'arlnR that tha altuatlon Is so crlt- It will prove ot considerable benefit
leal that II would bn "unsafe" 10,10 both the Individuals and tho
delay action, he urgod prompt pas- community at large.
sage of a roaolutlon authorising thn J"
expenditure. ,UilT.i: T, COLLIER INJURED
Falluro of .lautj, year'n crop In
many localities and "Industrial stag
nation" were given as tho main
Alfred D, Collier, bead of the
Swan Lake Lumber company, near-
causes of destitution amongf Tndlanevly Jot an eye laat week when the
by Indian Commissioner Burg, In tiring end o a broken-;' cable ni'r-
.report forwardd, to Bosakar Oil
Htt by ths president, Indiana on
thirty reservations -are In dire need,
rowly mssd the eyeball and-'cut' s
deep gash In the corner of th eye,
He came In for medical ntttntlon
and Ittt tbs next day.
, i - f
CIRCUIT COURT ADJOURNS
Out of respect to the memory of
the late C. J. Ferguson, the circuit
court ha adjourned and the Juror
have been excused from duty until
Alice Blake Is First Wit
ness Placed on Stan! t
SAN FRANCISCO, Jn. 18. Alice
Blake, a guest of the Arbuckle part?
In testifying at the second trial totter
retold the story ot Miss Rappa
taring Arbuckle room and later flat
Ing ber there In agony. She said ah
thought she heard her say "He hurt
me." Two physicians also tetlfld
MERCHANTS BUREAU TO
HOLD MEETTNO TOMGHT
A meeting of the Merchants' bu
reau ot the Chamber ot Commerce
will bo bold at 8 o'clock this even
i Ing. An extensive program haa
been prepared and alt members are
I urged to bo prosent.
APPLIES FOR NATURALIZATION
Morris Quintan, a sheepman, ot
Merrill, has filed hla application with
the circuit court tor final naturali
zation paybru. He Is a native' of. Ireland.
IXKUL BOY WINS DEBATE
OREOON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE. Corvallls, Ore.. Jan. , 18.
Erwln Miller of Klamath Falls and
Myrtle Moore of Portland, Juniors,
dofeatcd the senior team In a de
bating tournament here.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. IS. Roe
coo C. (Fatty) Arbuckle, motion pic
ture comedian, went on trial today
for the second time on a charge of
manslaughter growing out ot the
death ot Miss Virginia Rappe, 24
year old Los Angelea motion picture
Arbuckle' first trial, which laated
three weeks, ended In a disagreement
of the Jury on December 4 after a
deliberation of 44 hour. The vote.
It wa announced, wa( ten for acquit
tal and two for conviction.
Miss Rappe, who wa a gueat at
an Informal party given by Arbuckl
In hla aulto at the Hotel St. Francis
hero Sept. 6, died In a hospital four,
days later. It was charged by th
prosecution that Arbuckle wa re
sponsible for her death. A police
court hearlag followed and the come
dian waa held to the superior court
on a charge ot manslaughter.
An autopsy on Miss Rappe' body
disclosed that her death, result!
from a ruptured bladder which the
atate asaerted was caused, by external
forcq applied by Arbuckle.
Two prosecution witnesses. Ml
Mar -Proveat .and MI.JlHee, Blaka,
bowr girls, testified that Mis Rapp
wa alone with Arbuckle for a ttra'i
In hi bedroom during the party and
when th,o bedroom door finally wa
opened they law the actress lying on
the bed writhing In pain.
Arbuckle took 'the atand at tha
trial and testified that he did not
know that Miss Rappe had catered
hla room until he found her on the
floor ot the adjoining bathroom ap
parently In great pain. He said he
tried to assist her In erery way pos
sible, carrying, her to the bed. and
summoning other gueat to aid, her, . ,
Mra. Bamblna Maude Delmont. a
guest of the party, filed a murder
charge against. Arbuckle soon after
Miss Rappe's death. At the police
court hearing the charge wa reduced
to manslaughter. Pollco Judge Lax
arus declaring that nothtag was
shown to17 connect Arbuckle with the
charge ot murder, which waa brought
under a California atatute providing
that a life,, taken In rape or attempt
ed rape I murder. A grand Jury In
dictment charging Arbuckle with
manslaughter was also returned and
ha not been disposed ot.
Mr. Delmont. tho complaining wit
ness, did not testify it either the pre
liminary hearing or the trial. During
tho trial ahe waa arrested at Madera,
Cat., on a chargo of bigamy but later
was released on probation after ahe
had entered a, plea of guilty.
During Arbuckle' trial, Mr. Iren
Morgan, a Paaadena nurae and de
fense witness, was poisoned In mys
terious manner, and another defonse
witness, Mrs. Minnie elghbor. Los
Angeles, waa charged with perjury,
Mrs. .Morgan recoverea.
A chargo ot violating tho prohibi
tion law,' In that he possessed and
served liquor Illegally during hla par
ty, waa filed against Arbucklo and
la still pending,
Gavin McNab,, prominent San Fran
cisco attorney, la chief counsel for
Arbuckle. He was retained by mo
tion picture Interests to handle tha
'South American Republic
to Conference ,,
WASHINGTON, P. C. Jan. i,
, Tbo -American government haa Inter
' vened In' the Tacna-Arlca dispute be
hween Chile and Peru. Inviting the
two governments to send plenipoten
tiaries to Washington for a.-ttonfar-epce.
invitations, It is said byctb
atftte department, were forwarded
several days ago Id the nam .of. Pre
MARKET REPORT -
PORTLAND; Jan. 1?. LJtoe.k. , '
steady; Egg, firm; Butter, ,ateidy, . ,
, m J '' '
WEATHEfl rROB.AljULTTHW U r ?
The barometric pressure. Is !
"nlte high the CvcIo-8tormagrah ,at
"nderweod'n. Pharmacy haying rJ;
trit u ennttnunus rlsa sine TMtr
dav ftrnoon. The Indication ar T
that e)ar cold feather will prvslln,' r ''l'l
for another, day. at least. , , '
Toreeast.for next;a:lotlrtr't''r,w,',, " " 1W
Fair -and cold with brt; .. -
The Treos recording tknmtmku .' , -:'.
itstared- maxhuaM ad; aJlaSaR nf,
temperature today,, fell si; ( j
Hii -i-r-V1!--!: -L-' i
Low.'. 2......'L1 ldiM -. I
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Th liMftftntM.' HBir!
in laweet at th tMtV,