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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1922)
V WEATHER FORECAST
ToiiIkM nfnl WVdiinmlny, rnltf or
hiiiiw; 4 colder tonight) niodcrnlo,
miiilhwcalorly wind; shining lo
fflp 'Simttfat Iter aid'
I'lfleetitii tir. x, liKi " "
Member of the Associated jPress.
NEWS Or THE
h la math falls, oiii:"o.v," tI'khhay, 1' rllHtUAIlY 7, fa
Liquitliition of First State
Bank Not to Disturb
Tim affair of tlm I'ltm Hiulo ami
Mining bank, rinsed by lint Mnt
banking department January SMIi,
Mill tin liquidated with tho Internal
of llin creditor lontlsntly uppermost
In mliiit, said I'm nk C. Iltnniell.
niicrlrt(nili'iit tf llm Mute depart
liimil uf bank', today. It I not lh
Intention i.f llm Uii'Nrliiuiil, anlil llm
iiKrliilendcnl, to hurry llm proim
of Ilrjtil.tatlon no Hint tlm general
IiiipiIiic condition of tint community
will bo harassed liy unrnrlnluty or
borrower' who In good time ran pay
lo llm Ij ilulUr wntilil be furred to
lll.lVo Icriua dlatrcMltlg lo themselves
uinl illiailraiitmccou to their erc.il
lorr. Neither It It tho Intention, and
IImiiiwcII was emphatic on thlt imlnl.
lo prolong thn Ilquldtk4i needlessly.
"Nol on penny will bn aprut In tho
expense of liquidation," lm asld,
"which It not Justified b) llm iii-cd
of llm alluallon
"My deportment la under tlm re
sponsibility, tint of all orprottlng
llm depositor, Wn have next to con
alder thn borrower, and to co that
thn rmlurrnMiiimit that hua Ix-fallen
thnm In .I he rioting ct tho bank It
KI'IOIIT IS M,Wr. TO '
Mli.NTII'Y IIOIIY AS THAT
op i:vi;i,v.v mwiiitthaw
WAHIIINtlTflV. ijvi. 1 a
llnvlitK found n marked ronnmli.
Innro between tlm feature nf
woman Mhono body wa found 0
yesterday In tho I'oioiiirc river.
lo pholocniiih of Kvelyn Nesblt
Thaw, recently reported lo havn
disappeared from her Now Vork
lioma, the WiiahliiKlou pollen lo-
diiy nuked Now Vork iiiilhorl-
tie to to-npernto In thutr of.
fnrla to Identify.
ruLiun GCflnun ;
IS SHOWN BY FARM
I DAM ACChr'tATirtM
Hl Py Ynl Dividend ecl;ircl,
Imiii .Minimum IiicitmmvI
lo HI ((,0(10 I
PKICH WVH CRIfTM
ROAD BOND ISSUE
SUBJECT OF FORUM
Mciiilx-r of Poiinty Court Will An
(r CJiieMliiiin Kelatlrit to
I torn) Dett'lopiiient
lloliriiaelllutlvc from Mulln. Mnr
rill, Keno, lloimiua, Illy, Chlloiiuln,
of Commurco forum mcutlng Wudne
day noon when llm topic At dlacut
alnu will lm tlm propoped $800,000
road bond Ittiin to conio beforo the
voter of Klnumllt county on I'obru
Rpcnker will bo A. J. Voyo nnd
the me in lie r of thn county court Tho
luttrr will underlakn to antwer any
quratlnna conrerulne thn bond lame
It I planned by tho Chnmhrr of
Comtnercn to arranin inat inent
New York Suspect Cleared;
Love Letter Found of
Mary Miles Mintcr
i.oh anui:m:h, Kni. 7.- th0 po
lltn urn con II ii u fnc In tlielr aoun-ii
for l.'dwnril 1. Knnda, former butIor
of William Hcamond Taylor, IIioiirIi
IIilt'i la ii0 murder warrant cut
UKalntt him. If cailKht ho will Im
IiiiIiI on larceny ctmrr.fa preferred
recnlly by Taylor,
Tho pollro hnrn clenrrd Ilia No'v
lain.ll. .n.l f.th.,P i. hvn ' nrK ""'" wno wfl t0 ymler-
n.lted to attend th chamber , y' , K"0r ",""l"t '!"" " " hoM
. I hern It trna lirnveil llml lm limi ,
hern It wna proved that ho had no
connection with thn matter.
A luvo nolo from .Mary Mile
Mlnlvr wn found In one of Taylnr'a
Coullnurd Inlermt waa itxpreaacri
In tlm alnloment of Mubcl Normand,
film aclrrta, that lotfer written hj
her to Taylor, which ho had pro
tcrved, worn inlitlnK from hln apart-
m-nt. InvettlKalor told they did
not bellove tho letter thcmtclve
would throw ny llRht on llm cato.
InK. In thn varloim roniniunltle of houIl 'hrow "y "R'" '" I'm cto
th county for tkn purpoaopf maklnn I l,ul lhal lhe'r WPr" nt l0H 'o un
clear In tho voter tint Importancn of I 'l,'rBUt"1 "" ono hould tak.
u i .1 i . . Ithn froilliln In tumnvn tttAm naan,...
Doclaritloii of n C per cent nenil
linniliil dividend anil Inrrenmi nr i,n
lonii rnlnlniutii from $4,000 per In-
.llMl.t..l l..t ,.. ,A..f.A
I uiviiiiiui iHiriunrr (u ii,fuu, llm
innxlmiiin amount allowed by tho
National I'arm Konn nuiioc Inllon,
worn oulstnndliiK features of tho
Klnmntli I'ill. Nitlonnl I'nrm f.oan
uaHOcliitlou illnv-lnr niectlni: Kattir-
day, ahowlui; lln proaperoiiH ondl-
uon c io local, branch.
A report nliowcVI thai ilurlnu llm
leilmenre of tho Itlumuth Fnll av
nociaiiou tboro lirtl never been n
forecluaiiro on n . Sn. Thorn !
now $200,000 In loan ouutandliiB.
I'lymenl aro liclni? regularly met,
It wiik diild, and tlio affair of tho
oricuiilriilloii aru pxccllont on-dlllon.
Application for freth loaim nro
now bnliir; tnken lr .Mr. I... It
llncuo, secretary, althoucli alio
point out that they cannot bo uctod
open until tho now molt to allow
appriltal of property.
ON W IE
SCHOOLS TO DEBATE
ltrt.nH of .tfcrrllMdaJiulli Mert to
l)rcllc flrprrvenUtho Trnm
not acrentuateil by demxndlnic lm
"The Inlerrrt of Hid communlly It
Involred, and It I my duly to en that
Kcneral burlnemi I hindered at little
u pottlhlo by our effort to get Into
our hand thn money dun the bank In
nrder.that lit creditor may be. aatl.
"I nol onlv am wllllne to accent
tho ro-operallon of tho atockhnldera'
committee that hat been appointed In
ctrnlnliterilnit out thn tansle, but I
think that the depolilom ulioiild havo
a roniinltce of three to cooperatn
with Iho ilockholder repreientttvea
and Iho itaff of tho banking depart-
"I am Rolnic to co-operate with
thrtit coninilttcej, and further thin
that, I want to y that I will gladly
accept aiiggottlona from Individual
depntllor and ilockholder. and thry
any onn who hi an Intorrat In thin
hank, at all time will find tho bank
ing department willing lo glvn full
Information ns In tho progrea that
I bo I ni: made.
"I will go further and my (hat our
Investigation will lm madn wllbniit
any attention to puraotiallty. It will
bo full and unbilled by any peraonal
prnjuillrn and when wn am through
wo wilt maka n full italemcnt of tho
ri'nulli of our Inveatlgatlon.
"In C. H, Wallc. who n deputy
alnln banking auporlnteiidnnt, will bo
In Immediate charge of thn liquida
tion, I bollcro that we havo a care
ful and compolent n man n could bo
procured, Hfr, Wallet' record I onn
lli.it lm Inillen I tin world to IllVC.nll-
giitn, and I Imllevo that both thau
who otto tho bank and thoan who Imve
ilalm agaliut It will find In him a
fair and boneM arbiter.
"If nay ono th'lnka that tho liquid'
nlloii la going to provldo "a good
thine" for any ono they the tlartlug
from u mUtaken prrnilp, There will
bn no work donn nor any expenin
occurred that la not abnolutcly nee
eraary. "Our buninew Ih lo apply tho rem
oily for a bad alitiatlon un rapidly as
"Tho law gKri thr. bank lly ilnjn
tnr rnnriranlfa'tlnil null W'beil thn lim
it, dating from January 28li, linn or
plrnd, We elporl to ho far eiinugb
along with our Investigation lo file
u flrat italouieut,
"Thl will lm riled with tho cir
cuit rourl( and M a public record open
for any ono' Inspection.
"Supploinutilnry report will ho
filed, a tho Invest liatlon proceeds
mid now condition urlso, do that Iho
public will know all that vvq learn an
ftiat ns wo louru (t.
Wo havo nothing to conceal, und
will put all of our curdH on tho
tublo nnd dUclpso alt Informutlon
a h fast oh tho fuctx ura olitalnod,
Ilramwcll Wl io hero for n day or
two ut, thin (Into, Wilien ho goes
AVallea will bo In rhnrqo,
patting tho bond llie. Thetn meet-
Ina will bn arranseil bv Ihn renrn.
enlitlreji pretent at thn forum to
morrow. .Member of tho county court
and other will ipnalc at tho matt
At n meeting of thn board of direc
tor at noon today n program wn
adopted to aatltt In securing patagn
of thn road bond nieiture.
tho troublo lo remove, them, assum
ing Toylo, had pretcrved them to
Iho tlmo of hi death.
LOH ANOELKH. .Feb. 7 A drug
peddler, upon whom trail tho no-
llco said they wero "getting warm-
er," and a woman llken night
(Ires. S4ld by Harry I'eavoy. colored
hcuieman. to be minting from tho
apartments or William Desmond
Outstanding development hero of
I crinu cc-Kinc c r c uttandlnr development
LtGION SENDS S. O. S.i,ho ,P,rtll f0r ,,, ,
it Thn tu1lfn u a .. Bui !. u t
u t'nv ttfij iuiii tun (in iu
"Soup nml Kl.li" (lot ho, Wanlril
lo Hnvn MlnMrt-l Hliuw
Who ho n dret ablt that th en'
lertalnmnnt roimnllteo or thn Ameri
can legion can beg, borrow, rent or
tto.il to unit for, tho forthcoming en
tertainment, February 217
When Ihn mlntlrol compared
no tw on their worldly poktetatou It
waa discovered thai white there wut
nit lark of O. I). bloutea and fatigue
clothes, few could lay claim to a
"acnp and (Mi " -
Thn committee feel that jinles
tho public come lo tho rrscuo iho
mlnatrel show will bo a dud.
Who'll romo In iho rercue. Word
left at the Herald offlro will bo con
veyed lo tho committee.
TO ARGUE RAID CASE
Million In Qoimli Action In Arrt'tt
I'p for HciirliiK
th detail concerning tlielr search
for tho man believed to have
toufht patron fcr hit contraband
drug among thn employe 'of mo
tion picture atudlo, but they Inti
mated tbelr heller hn had attempt
ed to make a delivery through Tay
lor to an aclrca who found It dif
ficult t0 make her purchase In
Thn eacl Importance, of tho
filiating dress, which wn pink In
color, was not mado plain, I'eavcy,
howeer, wa firm In his declara
tion that It had 11 rcgulur plico In
Taylor apartments nnd equally
Ilrrn In hi ar-tertlonj that slnro hi
employer was ,nln h bad been ah
ablu to find It.
-After tho announcement of tho
oarcli ror Iho drug peddler, dep
uty sheriff left for an unnamed
Klamath County tilth schnnt .).
uater will meet the Merrill lil.-h
school leaiii In doliate horn and ul
Merrill ln tho flrat of tho nllmlna
lion contest that will decide tho
team that I lo represent Klamath
county In tho stato Jilgh school do
haling championship contests at
Kugcnn about May 1st.
James Manning anil' llolw.n
Milam represent the atrirmatlvo ror
mo county high scboo . ami win ,i.
hate tho Merrill negative team horo.
Albert Moorland and Victor Co
will go to Merrill lo maintain tho
ncgatlvo aide or tho quititlon against
tho .Merrill arrirmatlva speaker.
Tho winner or Thurmtay nlghf
dobate will debate tho winner of
tho Henley and llonanta school in
dolermliio who enters thn kintn
contest. ' - - -
Tho question Is: "Heolvi!
That the United 8talca should main
Iain ii navy equal In alio and
strength to that 0r any other na
tion." Twenty-rivo cent admission will
bo charged to defray expenses or
Order1 Not to Be Issued Un
til Treaty Actually
WASHINGTON. D. (!.. l-'nl. 7
Tho president will order nuapended
nil work on vcsjoln now building
which aro destined for the scrap
heap under the naval treaty, but
will Icbuo fo rinal order ror a dls
coiitlnnano! or work until the
treaty actually I ratified.
u riOTunii nircatiy ordered a
euspcnslon or work on additional
rortlfleatlons on Guam nnd In the
inlllppine, In view of a clauso In
thoi naval Ireuty flxlog tho status
quo ror thoso island.
Troatlc resulting rrom Iho arms
conrcrence ar expected t0 be sent
to the senito lato this week, (e
pomtlnB upon tho .ubmlsslon or tho
report or tho American ilnlemtlnn
to tho president..
Tho Treslcdnt will ask tho anendi.
rat possible senate .ratiricatlon con
sistent with proper consideration or
tho Arm Conference treaties.
NATlONAIi HOMHKIl IIOWH
i:.HTi.MATi:i r fihcai, op.
ItCKtlH AT 2,BrM,000,000
WAflHINOTON, Kob. 7. The
soldier lioniu -would cost tho
Pclcral government nnnroxl-
rnatoly $2,000,000,0000 on tlio
basis or Iho estimate nrenared
ror thn Houso Ways and Mean
commlttco by fLical officers or
nrmy, navy and marine corps,
it was shown hero today.
ESTIMATE IS MADE
ON DRAINAGE COST
FOR R. R ADDITION
1-nrgn Area Would Ho Arretted by
ImpiovrtnrnU Wlilcji Havo
IiDg Hem Urpnl
URGE WOOD ECONOMY
l.iinibrrmcu Petition School Board
to Hum Malm
(Continued to Tago 4)
M I'KII IT..NT ltnm'CTIO.V
ON PAHUS TO COAST
CHICAGO, Pcb. 7. A reduction oft
20 per cent on passenger rule from
Chicago to tho Pacific roast for thn
Hummer month was announced today
by tho Groat Northern. Northern l'.ir
Iflc. and llurllngton line. Tlm reiiue.
lion place, the rate on tho samo lev
el u. before tho 192() Increase.
The lumber Industrie, havn im.
tllloned tho school board to tiin
slab wood ror fuel, provided that
money can bo saved by so doing.
iiio lumuormen claim that green
tree that will mako good wood
will alto mako good lumber and
boxes, and thit slab wood will
wain n school room Just as well as
body wood, tho only .dlHcrcnco be
ing that It takes a little moro of
the slab. , .
Price Vn all mill wasfo lalis
nndl blocks aro mado with the In-
lenaon or underselling body nnd
liub wood, tho lumber men nnim
dut, so that Hgurlng on tho pros
nut retail prices or woods tho con
sumer can save almost hair by using
I suids anil block in preference to
body and limb wood.
It I also pointed out that the
life of slab wood I In lino with tho
government' policy or conserving
Hstlmales ror a dralnago and sower
system rcr Hallroad, Canal and Hoi
lister additions, reaching rrom Wall
street south to Iho depot and west
to tho lake, and Including a large
area of flat land, were presented to
tho city council last night by City
Engineer Zumwalt. The total cost,
Including rills .would bo approxi
mately $,000, It was hown, or ap
proximately $100 o lot. About C97
lots arQ affected.
AiUquato sewago for this area ha
long been urged belli by tho resid
ent ot tho districts aHcctcd and' tho
city health department. In event li i
decided to make the ImDrovsmentt.
the city would Irsuo bonds against
tho property payablo In 10 annual In
stallments, .pn tho same plan as par
ing bonds nro Issued. Tho total com
would bo bom by the property own
ers. Tho matter was referred to ton
Discussion wa had or the proposed
paving of tight unit, petition ror
which previously wero mado to the
city. The matter wo turned over to
tho tlnanco committee ror further
A letter rrom Secretary T. A. Stev
enson of the Merchants' Bureau oi
tho Chamber of Commerce asking
tor a modification or tho existing oc
cupation tax law resulted In tho ap
pointment ot a commlttco to meet
with tho bureau In tho near future
In order to como to some understand
ing In the matter.
Permit-wero granted the Liberty,
KinmatU and Oakland roominr
houses. Tho applications of the Star
Sharp' Rise in Wool With
Demand for Contracts;
rOIlTI,AND, Feb. 7.-Imnrovod
condition In farm product condi
tions In Oregon Dolnt to a general
upward trend In Drlce. ln livestock
and wool as well a in corol.
Wool price, which wero stagnant
for many months, today aro show.
Ing sharp rites over the low point,
and have reached figure where
fleece production again I profitable.
Hankers who were compelled to
take ovor stocks of wool becnuso
they had loaned rooro money on
them than tho fleece was worth
upon the market a few months ago,
hare succeeded In selling at tho
present advance. This hat cleared
tho financial altaatloa in many lec
land Reed rooming houses wero re
1 ferreil in thn tlm mMmi.tu
ELKS MEET TOMORROW
Special ScMlon Called to Receive;
i-ll of Ueorgc vVeuner Jr.
POUTLANI), Veb. 7. Cattle,
tleady; Hogs 10 cent higher: prime
iisiii iu.i-o to $10.00; Uggs, Irregul
ar; Uiitter. firm: Wheat, $1.10 to
11 " s .;-
A motion to quash further pro
reedum In tho race resulting from
Iho raid on a rooming houso ot 1019
and 1021 Main street onrly Sunday
iiioiulng, which resulted Iu the urrcst
or Wllllum Gllmorc, proprietor, today
was riled In the Jilsllco court by Win.
Marx, attorney ror flllnipra nnd llcrt
C. McDonald, who alto was mimed In
Iho search warrant. Tho motion will
bu urgueil nt 2 o'clock Wednesday
MAYBE DOC EINSTEIN COULD SOLV E THIS PROBLEM IN RELATIVITY
SI.1-CK.NT TAIIIVP OX
WOOli MAY III! I'lXKH
WASHINGTON, 1). a. Feb. 7.
.Senator fitanflcld expressed opinion
that tariff ralo on wool will bo fixed
at .13 rents per pound scoured con
lent, without nny proviso ror n 45
rata ror ono jear. which was alto
asked by thn Rc'pnbllcan agricultural
Ho pointed jiut Hint nt tho recent
national agricultural conference (ho
straight .13 cent rain was all thnt was
asked and In face or that ho doubts
that continuance of thn' present rata
tor another your will he grauttnl.
VlBErtlHS OLO MAN CET5 VARIED , J - -
A special meeting or tho Elk lodge
will bo held tomorrow cvenlnir to ro.
eclvo an official visit from Gcorco
.".cuticr, Jr., of llosoburg. district tie
puty grand exalted rulor. Initiation
ot several candidate will bo a fea
ture of tho meeting, -which wil close
with n banquet.
Ucsldes being a leader In Elks ac
tlvltlea in tho state. Neuncr ncoulred
a wldo reputation, jvuen as district
anorney of Douglas county ho suc
cessfully prosecuted Dr. It, Jl. Hrum
Held ror tho murder or Dennis Ru.
sell and socurcd a conviction.
I.IIIIMIHAX'S IIKPOHT SHOWS
JtrJADKHS AHi: .NUMKIIOVH
Vhlloi'H lo thu city library In Jan
uary uumbercd 1)814 and tho cir
culation of book totulled 1,300, ac
cording to Iho monthly report or Mrs.
II. K. French, librarian. Ono hundred
and fifteen now books havo been add
ed to tho library In tho jmst two
Tlm vminrt jllinu'u Hint Min nvninirn
monthly attondanco during 1921 was
2,104 and that tho nvornco monthly
circulation w.T' 1,424,
His offspring homeward bound
Sly- X. -
' ' . At' M 'ST)?
iMk l. m m
wm& mmj. y.j r xzszz
r ikjm ssm, j.mw $ &zzz
i . - s e i,
AMKRICAN MXilO.V IiaST
TO Al'AIMARY TONIGHT
Tho regular semi-monthly meeting
ot Klamath Post No. 8, American Le
sion, will bo held In tho courthouse
tonight. Following the business ses
sion, tho Legion will bo hosts to the
Auxiliary, which alto win hold rogul
ur meeting. All ox-servlce men .and
tholri wives, mothers and sisters are
11 MILKS OF HIGHWAY
IN SHASTA COUNTY
REDDING. Cal. Fob. 7. Acc,ord
ing to figures obtained from Thomn.
Y Rogers, assistant resident engineer
ror tho California highway commls.
alon, there ore practically 11 mile
or concrete highway laid in Shasta
county. Tho actual mileage given is
10.0 ami includes tho distance bo
twoon Cottonwood ahd Redding.
Tho Cyclo-Stormagraph at Under-
WOOfl'jft PIlArnincv shntvc tUn t-
barometric pressure hns-rallcn stead-
llV for over 24 hmiri. nn,l n uln-m la
no doubt headed thl way. If the wind
remains In iho South rain If It
shirts to tho North, snow or sleet.
Forecast ror next Si heurs:
Cloudy unsettled weather, with
moderate temperatures aud brisk
Wheat fewefcetj f I.M
Wheat-price bar reached II a
bushel in tome section of the la.
land Empire ,nd report Indicate
that about 25,0p0,000 buabel still
aro retained by the grower. Eu
rope Is climorlng for additional
stock or wheat and there are free
predictions that fireworks will be
displayed In value before the pres
ent cereal year ends.
It Is Jn the livestock market that
the greatest hope I now exorcised
ror the mture. Livestock men for
months were placed in a position
where it waa not possible to secure
loan at the banks teau the bot
tom apparently bad, dropped out of
Now tho demand for livestock Is
keen; prices are cdvanclnr and
there is hope for still further rise.
The latter I especially true as r-
irard cattle anA-shana
""wwi ir a-nuii
There I a general scramble for
feeder and stacker stuff in ih.
livestock section. Thote who have
stayed with the business are about ,
ready to reap their reward. Other
are entering tho business to grab
souio ot the prospective profits.
Prices on all livestock are d.
yanclng at country nolnts. wiih
especial demand for breeding; stock.
uw stock has recently changed
hauds In tho country a hlrh as
$7.60 and $8 per head, a com
pared with sales at not more than
hill this range a tew month ago.
Cattle aro being eagerly sought
at country points with killers gen
erally ottering an advance. Report
Indicate that Western packers havn
recently contracted two to three
year old steers at $7 at shipping
points as far east a Montana. This
moans about $70 a head net.
Wool Contract Bought
Wool contracts are being sought
as high as 32 cent a Dound for
the tlnor fleece and there l more
vagorness to contract at this price
by doalcrs than at 20 cent a few
The situation I most excellent
from tho standpoint ot both the
farming and banking Interests. W.
L. Thompsou. vlco president of the
First National bank .la enthusiastic
regarding the future of the farming
and stock Industry.
"It Is qulto apparent that farm
product prices are coming back rap
Idly with the demand increasing.
The law of supply and demand la
again at work. Money I ow avail
able through the bsnkjng interests
and tho government agencies that
tldo tho producer, orsr, the present
poriodr and place him upon bis test,"
said Mr. Thompson.
"Ewe lambs of the 1921 'crop that
are coming yearlings are finding
domain! In the stock sections at IS
"There Is considerable activity la
Iho market tor wool contracts at
Western 'centers, but me time ago
we realized this fact, and-told all
our growers not to contract, baetuse
the prospects were that prices would 1
"Wo have most excellent 'reports
from tho wheat totrty We can
find little damage to fe vrowMsff
Thn Tvenn rnenrillnt Hinfmnn.a.AH
I V. . ----. -viii.vuiiiisi turn luno uuuiuni IU
1 reiriRtnreil mm mnm nnrl minimum ... s
I ;;.". .:.:. "."j""' ". :.'"""'"" crop a a result or u
i icmiiuraiurtia, luuujr, UB lolOW'S . ... ... ii. j
I High ..?,..... . 1....SS 'n wither, ns-ibe
generally well ffdj
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