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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1922)
Tonight ninl Sunday, rain In
went, nnw In onst purtlnn; moder
lite, southerly wind.,
I'lftrrntli Yt'nr No. 0UU7
and Denials Are Sent
Out From Rome
K. O. H IIUI.I.I.TIN to I.011-
ilcn, Jnn XI I'urillnnl Hour-
no' ancmtnry announced tliU
evening Hint Hie ntiniiuiirrinniil
.!! I". -n.r ml.-
take, and Hint 111 nffllrlnl new,
tf hi ,ll(illni" dentil had been 4
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i umi.nr iiimiuii 1 r 11 in 1 aria iimnnih tin- .i mi ,,M,"",,U""
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received tonight I 'ope from . Ihla week derided to hold 11 reorgnnl-
Home, in timed at X n. I Mllim and meml,r.l.l. .nmimlgn I..!
In that city .t.t.d tb.l the .,. , begin at once. The goal .1 ISO .
wa, .till alive nt that hour artlvo mrmlwr. and Hie dun con-
template. II... employment of a paid
h. O. H. Ill l.l.hriN 1 UN- lurl,t(Ml f0,rr l(nK fortli the
1M., Jan. ai. (Otftll p. nt.) C'r.. r,nurcc nnrt ,nnrll(1 , ,,0 "rminly
tlnal Itiuirnr, arrliliUhii of Wr-t- ,, Oregon forgot " It wa nl.o vo!
mlnMrr, .tnlrl till evening Dial r(l ,t h(, nnmn ()f n, prenent or.
he had Imiii offlcUlly notified byj canliatlnn be changed from thn Lake
telegraph finni Itiinm that the I'opo view Chamber C'f Coininerrn to the
wa ilrail. Lake County Chamber of ('nminerre
Would Keep Honil
The Chamber of Commerre wa.
I'AIHH, Jan. iil. A llivlln ill-
patch In Hie lln Agency quote1
the Wolff Iiuithii n. a)lng Hie
I'npn illril at .ltll.1 IliU afternoon, ,
Home time., ,
HOMK, Jan. Ul (U p. m.) The
I'ope abrrmi appreciably weaker
about mldda), ami hopm vihlrti had
arUrn after hi
.Iiimbrr In thn
it. IIU grnrral
rondlllon lieeanir onn and
necmril .lonly rvnlrlns;.
he ueraiue ilrlirlon anil
IiOMKIN', Jan. 81 A Hcrlln dl.
patch ttt Itrulcr thU Mlerumm m
word h Ihi, rwl.nl that IN.
llencllct U deed.
HOMK. Jan. 21-l'opo'a lllne,. I
1 1 nniv - f... .1... oni v.alon na. aseu toe w.r. v
thl. wei-k wa. hi. rondlllon eonald-,
ered sufficiently aerlou, for the pub
lic In be Informed Thursday of last
week while celebrating Mas, he com
plained nf chills, and wan selied with
n spell nf coughing. He attended III.
l'apal dutle. until WVdnc.day of thl
WAsillNIITON. Jnn 31. -Cardln-
?.. ' I . ...I-. ...!. I. ....... .Inn.. I
a. aucce..or to the Pop., Cardinal 1
Dotal and Cardinal Merry Del Val
also are considered among tin. po.
Germany Up Against
Smuggling Proposition !
IIKIIL1N, Jun. 20 SmuKKlor are
vnaklng Immonao profit by bring
ing Kngllsh cloth for men'a ault.
past tho custom lino to the tailor
of IJerlln. Their Illicit earning
nro mado po.slblo by thn high Oer-
man Import dullc on that class of
Tho tailoring establishment, are
vlatto'd almost dally by nallor. or
otho, ahlp employe with hugo roll
of Engll.h tweoda and other fabric,
in ono-sult piece, which they have
aueceeded In purchualng at Kng-
U.h port nnd bringing In duty
froo. One of thesn amugglor.. a
Now York man, ild some Engll.h
cloth doalora are makbig a regular,
business of upplylng tho smuggling I
Tho cloth I old at ote-fourth,
to ono-flfth the prlco It would cost
If tho Import duty wnn puld. Tall-
or are a"lc - purchase lh" fib-(
rlc.-' Tho Bmugglor nlso vUlt fir-
elgner. and offer their ware, fir
The mugglor. so qullo oponly
about their business. They, may be
neon walking tha atreot" wln b,-t
burfdle's on their nick. A few cf
the more venturosonjo nave even of-
fored tho good for, "salo on tho
fttdowalka. her hy Mnrt rMd'
,,!,,. ' I
Frenoh.-'sallo.who had been 1
smuMllnK'r feX'"' months', said
ho wa. going In'rotlre from the
"game." having made enougn mon
oy to open n nop ujj yi m",
Ti:. iiickaiiii Aimi:fiTi:i
o.v .Hn.n.r haiku: madi:
I 11V iimijah dm) ainii
NI.W VOItK. Jnn. 21 tx
Itlrkiinl, luixlnp prrmulcr, wnii
iirri'.ti-d luiliiy 1111 n clinrgu of
criminal nssnult tnniln by n
(hlldrin'a ( Ii-ly mi the roin-
plaint nf n ir yiMfulii eiri, Af.
' A. li.n ,,.,l..l...- .. .!.... ... ..... -..II
mi I'liniiiiH II II'H III IIIJl KUII-
ly for Itlckiinl hi n.toruur,
! M" iH,M"'r ' l,lckf'1 ""
w iiuiuiiiK niMiui 1 nil rami, w
a . - . .. .
I.AKi:VIKW. Jnn 21 Tin. I.nke-
view Chamber nf Cninmerco In 11
i.i.IIhb l. .1... ... ...la. ....ll u.. !
...cretary and thn PMbll.hlng nf nu
(r,t called Into action nuerl eek.
re when the new, reached here Ihnt ,
Hie Nevadi California at Orcgin rail
road had pellllnni-d the liileratnlo
commerce rnmmla.lnn tc discontinue
I operation, after January I Thl road j
'prrvlde. inn nniy ran iran..orinno.i,
Uko ,unty and Ukevlew I. tl.nj
northern terminal for It I
Morn than no.ooo inmn.. .".""")
cattle. 1.R00.000 pound, of wool nnd
100,000 bu.hesl of whent were ship-1
ned over tno roan iroin i.nKeTinw n ,
ear and in aemiiion in mi, nu inn.
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!...- A...I nlh.. .AKlll Ihnt WA rOtl
iiuur miu iiiu.-i u...
sumed by Hie people living In n terrl.
' ii-y ion miles leur: and ISO mile
wldo Tho discontinuance nf this
road, according to tbo Chamber of
Con merce. would practically moan
"' " Central Oregon would be
",nrc ined and the hualne,. of a rich
iiriiirk i-llon ruined
llve.ti.ck ..-Hon ruined
The InlerMa... commerce comml.-
r"!W f0'n"""ln'1 "" :"!!."
1 ( aiuornia comnnii'ii, h- "
heirlng on tho cane and report Its
findings. Tho Oregln commliutlon. ac
cording to reports here, suggest, that
Inasmuch a, but fifteen mile, of the
railroad I. In Oregon. It bo relieved
nf thl duty. It member, n manv
other Oregnnlan.. probably do not
teallre that Ukevlrw I. thn largest
shinning renter on the rotd and that
It discontinuance would mean hank
rupier for a large area of South ten
llecause of thl apparent dl.lnter
1 est on tho part of tho commission, an
I well a. on tho port of other state of
I flelal In tho affair, of Ijike county,
I tho Chamber of Commerce ha adopt
ed ait It .logan, "Tim County Thnt
0. P Cronemlllnr was .elected a.
secretary for the now organization.
He I 11 graduate of the Oregon Agri
cultural cillcgo, lln hna been associ
ated with hi father. V P. Cronemll-
ler. editor and ownor rf tho l.akn,
County ttnmlner. In tho publlahln!
huslneas hero nnd Is now proprietor)
of tho I-aknvlew Kiectrir .nop. i.imcr,
direction of Mr. Cronomlller. It I '
thought tho l.ako county Chamber nf
Cf -nmerco will effect n program
which will mean continued jwwe..
for Oregon', mo-t frontier county,
WOIIK ON HKTCH IICTCIIV.
I'HOJKOTTO STAHT hOO.V
han FnANCISCO, Jan. 31 Work
on th0 bay division of tho Holch
Ilotchy project, tho final link In tho
Brct ytom which will furnish wat
er t0 ,j tho Ban Francisco bay cltlej
Buffclent to provide for 1.000.00b
peopie, will be startod hero soon,
rjty Enslneor M. M. O'Bhaughnosay
f thl. city recently announced. An
rrproprlntlon of $50,000 I now
n,a uble for this work,
T,0 entiro project, Including the
Hotch Ilotchy reservoir and dam In
the Sierras said to bo tho largos',
dam In California, together with tho
Me :asln Creek Powor plant and the
1-5 -.Vies cf tu.tnellng and aquoducts
to 8an Francisco, will bn completed
n '1033, Ills bolloved
MAItKKT nEPOIlT Av
POnTLAND, Jnn. 21. t.lvesloclt,
stoady; Kggs lo higher, buyliifr Vrlofs
33o nud 38c nutter a,teady,
No Relief From Damaging
Cold Snap Held Out;
Loss 35 Per Cent
HAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 21 Nil
rnllef from thn ilama.tnr eal.l .nati!1'0" vr 'yer "ld
I In held out for Houthern California
cllru growers, A killing: fruit la
ritriiti rrnwitra a km una rrmi
, . -
l,i;KnM;.'l!?r,f..,d" 1. i? '.Jb-J
1 .. ,.,....... :
I Kutliiutnt nf frot damnge
t nrnnirn nml l.mftnii In
" I ahKiVMn
iii,..i. .. .. 11 -. ..
.Miiiiriila range from 30 per cent
,, ,r , , ,.
" " "r f,cnl ,n '' on.
" """; ","c,,"ni ' l
' "Lorled. IKte dl.trlbutora are
"Pwlcrt to hare withdrawn price.
"en ur ni.o 1. Damaged.
1,08 ANOKI.KH, Jan. 21 Krot
en water pip'.. raM with fur ear
lap, and frotcn automobile radi
ator, featured the coldanap here.
(Ol.ll WKATIIKH HCHI'K.MM
Th f rattiifil V jtnti1
the p.t week ha made work at I
tho Oskar llubcr ijuarry, near Ma-
Hi., very difficult. Fifteen men;
have been at work, but yesterday
tho cun(iltton. bocamo unbearable
an(J WM docl(,ed t0 ,Uipend ,,
or,,ons un, ,,, WMlhcr modcr,
I Duo to receipt of a tolgoram advls
j Ing that State (lama Warden A. K.
Ilurgduff will arrlvo here today or
tomorrow, the meeting of the Klam
ath Sportsmen' association schedul
ed for last night wa, postponed until
rge tho attendance of
ImU.imIiuI Itl on II 1 1
V .... . '., ." IZ'".Z
I'AI.NTKHS AT WOIIK I
IX CIHCl'lT COCIITJ
KllllVlli .ID w,n .wuh ...
tho circuit court, decorating the
wall, and celling The office, of
t,.l-i . ..- n, wn-b Innv In I
Clerk DeLap and the Judge', cham
ber will bo similarly decorated.
NKW t.'AHlllKIt FOU MAI.I.V
HTATK HANK AlUtlVKS
O. II. Atkinson, formerly of
Kansas City, who recently wa e
lectod a cashier for the Malln
I State bank, arrived here yesterday
und will enter Into hi. work at
11 S1 ' l s7RsssVBv1I j -'
Member of the Associated. Press.
KLAMATH FAUX, OREGON, HATCHDAY, JANCAIIV l!l, 1022
a 1.,0 .......-.,. I
AND AUTHOR, DEAD
AFTER LONG ILLNESS
I'miiou fur Morn than Ounrfcr nf
Centuryl Author of Hcorc-i ,
nf Noted Work
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Jhii. 21.
John Knndrlck Hangs, noted'
humorut and lecturer, died today
after a prolonged Illness. I
John Kendrlck Hangs, famous for
nioro than a quarter of a century an
a humorist and man of letters,
ramo of a distinguished American
'"'"r. HI father wan a noted
York lawyer and hi
'"'. Nathan Bangs,
1 rniinnni nr u'ai mih im tux.iiu
l'rpWont of Wi
..-..-...., Mvaivau whhvibut.
wrtfr I grand! ..." a S.!
i..n i. .1.. , ....
Chautauqua circuits nf thn country.
He ai democratic candidate for
mayor of Yonkor, N Y., I1I1 birth
plnce, In 1804, but wa. defeated.!
He wa al.o a member of tho hoard
of education nf Yonker for nevcral
tfirm-f ltlr.Mli. nf vmh M,..MnnHU
arid pre.ld.nt of the Hal.le,, .ct.ool.rin),,fl,,l,1 "' rW,0r ,hl "
He wa born 011 May 27, 1802,'
wa educated ut Columbia 1
While In cnllego ho bi-cam editor;
cf the undergraduate publication,
Acta Columbiana. Il wa, Bradu.
ateil In 1SH3 with ih .lr-,n.n .,rl
II. th,.n .ludlnd w.,r m Ho.'
lumbla law .cl.ool and In 1881 b-
cam,, a..l-ln.n.r,ll.nr f i.if.. 1,.
, . ..... ...
1888. he bor.mo a member of tho':" B p10"' a "
staff nf Harper' monthly a editor'
of tbo "Drawer," Subsequently, be
served a. editor of Harper'. Weok -
ly. the Metropolitan Magazine and
Mr Hang, wa a prolific writer
ef witty poetry an well a. author
or a numner or dramatic and mu
sical play. Somo of hi most en.
tertalnlng work wa, done In n ser
magazine articles called
from a Lecttiror'a Note-
Knights of Columbus
rw. . 1 . m ,
Trim Legion Players;
Tho Knight of Colubmu proved
too much for tho American l.eglon
basketball team nt K. A. A. A. hall, !
Thursday night, winning from the j
ex-aoldlcr. 23 to 12 While both team,
showed need fcr team work, Individ-,
ual plalng wa excellent nnd gave
Promlre cf the development of two'
fnat irpmpillnni Kh, fn .tin I ..Inn
"- "i ' - " w. ...u ...ftiu... (
... . ...
"U Denier and Unman, for the K
C" " l"lrulariy good,
WOtlli OltOWKIIH TO HOLD
ANXl'AI,MHirriX KHII. I.
The annual election of tho Klam
ath Wool Orowers' association will
be held at the city hall at Merrill on
February 1 at 8 o'clock. It wa nn.JKln. Klamath Falls; F C. Mark
nounred today by J H. Carnaluin, wardt, Klamath Falls; C. W. Lewi,
secretary. Officer for the ensuing! Merrill road; It. C. Cornish, Klamath
year will bu elected and other lm-: Fnlls; Jay A. Falrclo, Merrill road;
portant buslnes trnnaacted. I Win. Campbell. Lorella.
N. V ZJIBi)
No Distinction Made, Saysi. nKnrZUKur
. , I CITY DADS SHOW
Lloyd Ucorgc; Would
End All Wars
i.nviinv I..- II II n .
' - muju ui,
Illlltri'ialnr llm nnllnnnl llkn-al -
-....u ... oi.wfiui ..-.. .., kvil-
fcrencu today, declared that all na-
- - --
rr"','6 c"" ' "
want ,0 " n nd to conttant
nr and rumora of war."
In dl.cuanlng the Waiblncton
ronferonce, he ald: "Tho peace'
of tho world largely depend upon
11 good underHtandlnc betwopn th
I United State and oureIve. Tli
conference ha done more than
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 21.
Tllt AtftAlAs .. t i t
"m," ' 2 .1 .
P"M c "1,ortltttleal commitment.
rnlfiMni In .nt.1..-. . - .l.a
" '" v"'"" " uu.xou in a
mucn "ntled form by the far
'a"l"r" commllu'c "" conference.
AlI,,,nB "unicrou change, wa. ono
fc,.... .. , .....
hr J"Pia" "r publlcltr "f ongage-
ment In China made by prlvato In-
i"1"1" - but ,0 wb,cH forel
j WALKER HOUSE BURNS
I'lrc Ktiirtli.R From Heater Quickly
Flro starting from the Idling
atc-vo Thursday morning destroyed
Hut home of Charles .Walker, llarne
j Valley, Mr. and Mrs." Walker and
I II...I ..l.lt.1 I....I.. .l J.L .L-I-
iii.-ii iiiiu uiiij rmMin wiiu ineir
.,,$,, - - .
Walker aald he had started a firs
in the heating store In ,the dining
room and hai' qono to the kitchen to
otnrt n fire In the cook stove. When
ho returned a feV minute, later the
room wa In flame. There wa no
tlmo to save any belongings, he said.
thn family having only' time enough
to Icae before the whole house wa
(iltAMI Jl'ltV CAI.I.KD
TO CMNVKXK MONDAY
Tho grand Jury called by Judge
Kuykcndall to content' Monday I as
Jacob Knock, Ilonunza, J. T. Per
.VUlKi;.UK.T IH REACHED
IX IIOUXUAKY QUKHTIO.V
WITH HOUTIIKttX IRELAND
Sir Jnme Craig, Premier of !
Ulstor, and Michael Collin, !
hcnil nf the Irish provlalonal
government. Issued a Joint !
statement In tho boundary be-
tween Ulster and Southern Ire-
SPEED IN GAME
ICtporknca In Council Chamber
lroTO Valuable; Vow Rub
KIImmii with former Champ
Tbo experience of the City Dad, In
taking thn con out of contract itood
them In good Mead In the Blk bowl
ing tournament taut night when they
walloped the Contractor for three
game .tralgiit. In the league .land'
Ing the City Dad now rub elbow
with the former champs, the Drug,
gl.t. a welt a the Bhepherda.
On Wednesday the Darners won
two from the Shepherds, and on lion-
day the Ilearcat won three from the
Druggists. Next Monday the zerolones
will play the Ilearcat. On Tuesday
tbo fame between tho Zerolones and
Dredger postponed from last Tues
day will be played, a well a ono
between tho Darber and Contractors
On Wednesday the Druggist and
Shepherd will play, and on Friday
j the City Dads and Drcdgor.
flff.nH.nr tt fh ttm:
Played won lost pet.
PHONE LINE TO BEND
Proposed Construction Would Meaa
Intemtafe Trunk FarllltlrM
UEND.Jan. 21. Construction of a
telephone line affording
munlcatlon between Uend and Klam
ath Falls la expected to be announc
ed shortly, according to Information
received hero frcm New York. Detail
are not a yet available a to cost.
or location between the two main
point. The purpose of the contem
plated addition to telephone facilities
will be to establish a trunk line for
long-distance communication direct
to San Francisco, eliminating the ne
cessity for calling through Portland.
J. U Galther. local . manager for
the telephone company. Interviewed
In regard to the proposed develop
ment, was unable to give any Infor
mation, but did not deny tho report
of contemplated construction.
E. T. Ludden, local manager for
the telephone company, who returned
last .night from Portland where he
attended a conference of the tele-
phono managera of tho state, on Jan
uary II. said he believes there ls
I little foundation for the above report.
, Company officials at Portland were
' unaware of any proposed extension,
I In addition to attending tho con
J ferenco. t.udden visited friends In
j Portland. Salem. Eugene and Oranta
; Pass, spending eight days on the trip.
1 WILL SELL BOOZE CAR
, Automobile Slexed Whilo Transport
, Init Uquor Up- for Auction
Darber . .12 8 I 6J
Contractor, . ...12 7 5581
Dcarcata ... 12 7 5581
Druggists 13 6 6500
8hephcrd . -12 6 6500
City Dads 12 6 6500
Zcrolenes . 9 3 6 333
Dredgers . 9 3 7232
j i-uruuiiu, -
The foderal Jaw that permits nn '"The contemplated route through
automobile transporting Illicit Dutte valley would he a shorter and
liquor to bo seized and sold will ( more direct connection with tho Ps
be enforced In Klamath county for ctff c highway to tho Columbia rlr
the first time on February 11. er than the route now contemplated
Tho car, a Ford touring, engine through Modoc county.
number I93S968, and Illinois license
number 51(882, was slezed by
Low on November 12. Two men,
j named McQee and Morton, wore ar-
; rcctcd In connection with the case
and sent to Portland to face the
If not claimed, the car will be
sold at auction, by the sheriff.
STOFtK MAKES FLYIXO
VISIT TO HOBTOVH
I Tho stork made a flying visit to
' tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Reei.
613 Eighth street, yesterday, and
I left there a little girl for Mr, and
Mrs. R. O. Horton. It Is needles?
to say that the visitor was gladly
welcomed with every assurance of
the best of care and attention. Mrs.
j Horton, who was Miss Nelson, a
I popular nurse, before her marriage.
! la a sister of Mrs. Rees. Mr.
' Horton Is n saw filer for the Klam-
nth Manufacturing company,
NEWS OF THE WORLD
Co-Operation of Chamber
la Promised Siskiyou
There was a general lining up of
forces last night at tbo meeting; of
the board of director of tho Cham
ber of Commerce, when J. T. Wet
zel of Yreka laid before them a,
proposition for uniting tho force
of Klamath with tho California In
terest In making; the Weod-KIam-ath
Fall road an all-tho-year high
way. President J. A. Oordon pre
sided. Wetzel explained that tho board
of supervisor of Siskiyou county
would meet on February 6, at
which' time they would bo called
upon to commit tho county to It
sharq of costa In connecting up tho
California highway through Dutto
county with the proposed Klamath
Weed project. It waa for tho pur
poso of .airing a delegation from,
thlg city to bo present at tho mcot
Ing of tbo Siskiyou supervisor, that
Wetzel had como to Klamath Fall.
He already had tho assurance that
there wouU ba "PrewntatlTC. pre
em irora ncea, uray, oiacaoei ana
Dorrls. Ho explained that there
was, so far a. ho knew, no opposi
tion to the proposed route, except
from Supervisor Ager, after whom,
the little California ' town waa
named. Ager, he .aid, want, tho
road constructed from Ager to
Weed, over tbo Topsy grade, a
route which It I declared cannot
be traveled In winter, By tbo
route- planned It la claimed in.
road wonld bo open to traffic
throughout the year.
' e awofnca
from Klamath Falls on February t.
and Secretary Stevenson was) In
structed to furnish him the follow
ing letter, not only pledging? the
delegation, but howlng Just where
Klamath stand, on tho project.
"Referring to the meeting of our
Chamber of Commerce held tola
evening, at which you were present,
we want to assuro yon that Klm
ath county I a unit for a road
extending through Butte Valley
and connecting with the Pacific
highway at Weed.
"A bond Issue of (800,000 for
road purposes will be voted on by
Klamath county on February Kth.
and a part of the road program la
a highway from Klamath Falls to
the state line near DorrI. Our
county court assure us consider
able work will be done on this road
this season, even though the bonds
should fall t0 carry. A fll across
the marsh near Midland will un
doubtedly be mado the coming;
f summer, and this will shorten the
route between hero and Dorrls
about ten miles. This will ba a
direct highway from the Pacific
highway to Crater lako, and over
twenty miles of Improved highway
has already been completed from
Klamath Falls north. It will also
make connection with Klamath
Fall with Tho Dalles-California
highway to the Columbia r!vor and
j -A delegation from Klamath Falls,
prepared to co-operate wnn you in
oory woy, win meet with you In
Yroka on February (. And we.
trust that this will be the datn your
supervisors' will declare this- route
a, highway. '
"Klamath County Chamber
The Crclo-Stormagraph at Under
wood's Pharmacy shows that the
barometric preunro ha risen, since
tbe report of yesterday, although at .
tbo time of going to proes.the tenden
cy was suaniir uownwara. mine me
present "high" codtlnu. no' marked
change In tempersturo may be ex
pected, A .
Forecast for next. 24 hours;
Continued clear and cold. Present
barometric conditions-favorable for
nllghtly warmer weather.
The Tycoa recording .thermometer
registered maximum and minimum
temperatures today, as follows '
High . .; .IB' T ,
Low...... ,...-..., ..! A-nley oro
v JS$ .
4 .w V