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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1922)
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TOMOHT AND FIUDAV ll,I.V OK
NEWS' OF THr WOMLO I
Member of the Associated Press.
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lUlAMATII FAM.H, OftWJO.V, TIM'ltSDAV, MAIU'll itll, Htt:
NUCa PITS CBRM
IS GIVEN TEN
IEK III PEN
Judge Tell Reasons for Im
posing .Sentence; Had
Little Regard for Law
Ten yearn loiiflnomniil lit tint ulnte
pfllllentlary Mini tlni niiiitnllt'n (if (Mr-
nit J ii (I cm C. F. Htniw tit ID o'llnrk
thin morning upcm Lester lllimi, cote
ltted hy ii Jury Monday afternoon
nt larceny of horses from tint Doiik
ml it to,
Tim niiirl irnvii thn rnnlrtei tnnii
ii t'li'iir imtllmi nt liU rettninin for lin
pimlng aniilniirii cf thla severity unit
iininliK other thlllK said "It Ii with-
hi tint knowinilgn of thin (ourt,-Judging
from thn nvlilitiiro given nt your
trial- Hint you hnvn held thn law of
lllllit ri'Kunl, ntnl hnvn been cry de.
j. rlnnt of tint law, either feeling Hint
)nil were nliiivn Hut Inw, or Hint you
would nlwnyn lie lucky not to litt
rittlKht In nil)" of tliinn lift It In ntno
evident to thla riiurt, unit (rotn tin
trial, Hint ynu have hit considerable
Infliiriirn ovr nnorul oilier you UK
moil In thn vicinity In which ou hnvn
been aluylng; ninl whlln they hue
not been nrtu.ltly ninl inpllrllly 1 1 1 1
plicated In mi)'' of )onr nperullonlii
lllll rilKtllllR lit llllthll", )lt It linen
iiin'nr Hint tlifty hnvn been associated
llh yon, ninl In nil probability hnvn
mmmltlcd perjury on thn witness
aland hern to try to protect )ou "
"In Inw of nil tlni circumstances of
thin emit. Mini been uni nf your very
apparent willful disregard of thn law,
It ahall tut thn sentence of thin court
Hint you ho conllni'il III lint peniten
tiary for n period f ID year-.
At (hit miii n limn Jester lllion wan
arraigned before, thn court on Hip In
dictment returned hy thn grand Jury
ilinrKlni lidn '-with "aanault with III'
tnit to kill' Arthur Humaker In tho
Illy lountry. Illinn took thn statu
lory Hum In which to plo.nl to thn In
illrttiii'iit mill will hi heard Inter on
Hint mutter hy thn rourt.
Tim Had Enough Court
Contempt Cost Him $100
"You will pay n flnn of I10U or
hn conllni'il ten iluyn In Jail." wnn
thn mntnncn pronounreil hy Circuit
JiiiIrii C. K Htonu on Tlni llrown
of thn Klamath ruaorvntlon when
lot wnn liroiiRlit hnforo thn court
hy Hhnrlff l.loyil Low un u hench
warrant for conlnmpt fif court,
llrown hint fnllml to answer a mnn
inonn of thn court m n wltneit. In
thn cmn iik'aliiBt .nitr UUun for
II wnn rep'irliiil hy thn Hherlft'ii
orriin Hint on IicIiik notlfliil hy Hut
Hhrrlff that ho wmt to appear iih' n
wlini'HJi, llrown roplloil to thn Hhnr
If fit iiiehhiikr: "To hell with Iho
lourt." Upon liclnu (iiii'Htlonoil hy
thn court nn to whcitlicr hn nnhl
Hint, ho roplleil: "Ye. I nay tint, I
i;ot lotn liorM'H! nohoily thero fneil
iijn: I turn '11111 out, tnnyho nonin
AH Tim palil thn film hn remark
ml to thn li)RtunilcrH, "I hntchu you
fnllarH no cntclin mo till plant
iiKitln," from which homo of thoijn
irient ilnlucoil that In nil prolialill
Ity Tim would iNiWbo u 'Hot SprlnKn'
t-ONKKU ox noxrs
WAKIIINOTON, I), (!.. Murch 30.
'' i" Thu iiri'Hldunl wmforrtul t,odny with
Hnnutor Hmoot, runkliiK repiilillcnn
nn unnuin flnunru cnmmlltcu, on thn
tariff ninl lioiiun iU(lonK,
Thn hnrnmutrlo lirt-bnurn foil rnp-
Idly thin mornuiK
anil nt - P. in
graph at llnilor
with thn tendon
cy Htlll down
ward. Indications aro
that It will ruin
nr hiiow tonlKht,
Knrdcn.it lor noxt 84 tieurn:
Cloudy, unnottled wenthor, with
Tho TyvoHi recording thormomo
tr regUtorod maximum snd mini
mum tnmporoturoi todnr a follpwH!
I,ow ., ,, v,.... 91 i
t'APT. AMI'MIHF.N MA KIM
FLIGHT TO WAHIIIVOTON
io tvmv m:w moneplani:
CKNTHAI. PAIIK, N. V.,
Muitii .'III -- Captain Amiiud-
son hopped off fur Wuahlng-
loo tmliiy In no nil iinitnl iiioii-
oplniin wlilcli will I nk (i
from Heultln In Jlllin on u
north polo drifting expedition,
Toiluy'n fllKht In to (ml thn
nlrcr.ift mill In lonfiv with tint
government olflcl'in ri'suiillnt:
AUTHOR AND ARTIST
STAGE FIST FIGHT
AT BREAK OF DAY
Tliroilnic t'rlle) llclhcrn llenllng
to lliu ry Irfini WIImiii In
HAN FltANf'ISCO, Mnrch 30
Hurry I .eon Wilson, iiutlior ninl
playwright, ninl Theodnro Crllny.
urllsl, foiiKht n ilui'l with flntn en
cnneil In riding gloves nenr Curmul,
thn nrtlsln' colony, 70 mllo Houlh
of here, nt daybreak hint Hntunlny,
urcnrilltii: to thn Hnn Krnnclico l.x
umlnnr !rllny won In flvn rminil.
Thn fmiii rnnulli'il from n iiunrrul
nflnr n now ynnr'n fcnllvlty.
SIAMESE TWINS DEAD
Two I'mihoiu for Heunle lllo After
I'rrinlliui to 0Mrnlo IM-nhil
I'lllCACO, Mnrch 30 - Jom-pfa
ninl Itonn lllniek, Iho fmnoiiN Hliim
i.r, twlim. illeil cirly tixlny. JoM'pfn
illml firm ninl wnn folloiil nhortly
hy Imr nlMnr Their hrothnr mfumtil
to permit mi operation to iteparato
Thn twlnn hml I n In a honpltnt
10 iluyn, Jottepfa with Jnunillro ninl
pneumonia Shortly hnforo her ilea Hi.
Ilima Kot lironclillln.
Jonepfn ninl Itosn traveleil with
hnwi In Kuropo Ur n ilecniln. Thn
iiMem nrrlrnil In thn t'nltcil HtateH
PAYS TWOCENT TAX
Inotlim rnynirut lM fSoiimriil
Knr Morv Tlmn Amount
CI.KVKI.ANI). O . March 3d. Ono
of thn lliinixMiHtri of Clovelanilcrn who
filed nil Inromn tnx for 1931,
mndn collection cent thn Kflvem
ment far moro limn It derled. Tho
return wnn for J wo icntn, tho amiill
eit on record thla year.
rrnm the tlmn tint return blank
wnn mulled to thn taxpayer until
filed for n rVcori! It wnn bundled hy
ten pitritonn conncctnd with thn revenue-
dninrtment, nltnrhni ynld.
"lint tho hlK nneji linlnncn up thn
lonneii," ('olh)clorllout.ihn declared.
NATION WANTS HELPJ
JiiKuSlntU l-oikliiK Towitnl I'. H,
for l-'limiiclnl Alii
IICI.OUADi:, JiiKoSlnln. Mnrch
30. sliiKOHlnvIn In lonMiiK to thn
United Hlnten In Ihn hope of ohlnlu
Iiik old In Hiilvlng her cr.iM flunnclnl
'utlil economle prolileniB. Thn little
Slav Hlnto hellnven It cannot over
comn HiPin without forelKn nKnliit.
an en. t
ItK ohllKatloiiH umniint to nearly
$1,000,000,000 IncludltiK mi Indeht.
ediiitini of morn than $(10,000,010 to
thn United ritatim and twlcn that
mini Co KiikIuiiiI.
NO CHANGE IN STRIKE
Mi'iiitier of 'miclllnl Ion llimnl He
MirtH Xu UevelopmentN
No now dnviilopmcnlH occured to
day In tho local lumber worknrn'
Mtiikti Hltuiitloii, accordliiR to Otto
HnrtwlK, of thn Hlntn biiiinl of con
clllalon. burn with J. K. Klynn In un
ondeavor to find hoiiiu mcuiH of Bolt
lliiK Hio prolilum.
RICKARD NOT GUILTY
llotlnK I'roniott'r Aciuseil of (trim-
liiul AnnhiiK 1m ticariil
NKW YOIIK, March 30. "Tux"
lllckurd wan found tint guilty by i
Huprumo court Jury lunt night of u
criminal umiauU churgo brought by
u young elrl.
HAItlllXUTOX INFANT DKAI)
Wilbur Jack Harrington, thrn
moutliH old uon of Mr .and Mr.
Wilbur llurrluglon, dlud yuHturdny
from inuumonlu; Thu body will bo
taken to tho roMorvutlon tomorrow
morning for burial. Harrington In
woll known hni'o tin n boxor who
haa tkon part In mnny local ex-
OPEN ODOR IN
oy ram u.
Nine-Power For Eastern
Pact Ratified Without
4' 4 4
WAHIHNOTO.V, !.(' . Man I)
31 -Thn Miiuitir ciiiiiplcteil tip-
4 proval of thn nrina confereiuii
tmntleit todny hy ratifying thn
4 IumI pact of thn ullm-power
4 nurciiuienl for a rnvjalnn of
tho Cljliicto tariff. r,S to 1.
Heiialtr KIiik of I'tJili .cait lint
4 onr' neKRtlvn vole.
WAKIIINUTON. I. O. Murch 30.
Thn nlnit-powor fur e.iKteru treaty,
drnfled by thn nrim conference to
enrry forward thn open door policy
In China, wnn ratified today hy tho
No rcnerviillonn or niuendmenta
wern uropoini). thn filial volo hnlnK
CC to 0
Thn Clilneno tariff treaty, tint litttt
of thn ronfcrenri. pacta, wnn Ibivi
hrnur.ht up llatlflr.itlon Is nxpu.'t
ei bvforn night.
"K. K. K." RAID ELKS
Ten I IimmI.iI I'Iiiii- Mnkit llnilinilli'
l.'ntrj- During .Miiiii'ru"li Hull
A neniiatlnn wan created nt tho
Klkn inii'uur.idn bull hint lilr.hl
when ton nuppojeil memhera of tho
KuKtux Klun, attlii-.t In tho uniial
reeatla, allenlly vnturcd upon tho
Hcenn, cnunInK all acllvltlca limtnnt
ly to ccan'. It wa Liter ntvealeil,
h(iwcer, that tho "klatiamnn" wo'ro
a number of thn Klkn bent on n
frolic. Thny worn Ifil hy Fred
Kngllnh, acting kleanln
Onn hundred and flfty-elKht ion
plea worn preneut, tint Urgent num
ber ttver neon at an KIWh entertain
mont. Tho grand murch wnn held
at 9:30, and thu danccra unmaaked
at 10 o'clock.
Krod llmiHton, illnRiilned um a
holtln of moonnhlnn, won flrnt prliu
for tho mom original contumo.
Mm. II. N. Mil?, garbed n8 a rag
doll, won aecnnd prlte.
For the hent aiiatalned character,
John Houston and I.nmttn JennliigH
u h a Dutch couple won flrat prlto.
Socond wan won by Mra. II. W.
llrown an a girl of T77G and Mr.
lllack iih a court Jnnlnr.
Mr. and Mrs. Will llntdwln. ai
JlKKa and MagKln. won flrat pl.ico
for tho moNt comlc.il con pin.
FOR USE OF RADIO
Opponent of llenoliillun Mny Not
Ho Aldn Io lllixk l'roHiM'i i
N'Uliliitlon In lloiiki; ,
WAHIIINOTON, I). (' , Mnrch 3n
llolino conforeen on thn resolution
oXt'hdlug for flvo yearn thn u" of
the naval radio for trnniunlttlni: new a
iiironn Iho I'aclflo nipnrently went
not r.o confident today they woulil tin
bo nblit to block thn proioncd IirIh
lullon, for repeuted offortn to get
tlmm Into lonfnrcnro hnvn falleil
They urn declared lii hn Hpurrlng for
tlmn In nntlclpnlloii of definitely lin
ing up Mifflclnnt volert to prnvent Iho
itxtunalon of nuthorlty for moro than
"iiifi-reiire Frlilny ,
Senator I'olndexter. of Wnhliig
ton, leading proponent of tho legln
latlon, anKerted today hn ban imido
rnieuleil nffortH to gut conferees to
gi'thnr but continue to meet with
failure. Hn bad called a nicotine for
thla afturnouti, no bo vol thn duto for
l'olndextnr anld thn Senate confer
eea hnvn agreed to Bland aolldty for
thn five-year extension, nil of them
hnvlng comn to Iho declnlon tho aur
vlin la In thn Inlrrcata of maintain
ing penro on tho Pacific.
Ilelay of Aplienln
Thn drhn which alarteil lant Snt
urdny to force thn legislation -on-t
Inn i'ii to grow In volumn -njlth telo
graphlo nud cublo apponlN rv.ichlng
Wunhlngtou urging I'nactment of the
leglnlalinn. Ilouno confereea known
to hn iintaKonlntle to tho flo-year ex
tciinlou llNtrnlly nrn living deluged
with tbenn meiinageti, nomn coming
from Hawaii nnd tint I'lilliplnoa.
I'realdent Harding hnn agreed to
call tho opposition Into conference
nnd to atalo In no uncertain terma
that tho question la'onu of vital Im
portuned .and baa urged that they
atnnd with tho ndmlulntrnllnn In fa
voring Ihn flvo-yenr oxtcnalnn.
Chli; l-jigu H;i)h ;ivlc nml .Momlj
Conditions to H Idtrml
"Startling revelations will hn made
nt thn maan-meetlng nt thn I'rcnhytor
J.m church tomorrow evening," ac
cording to announcement of tho
Klamath county cllc lcaguu, under
whoao iiunplcca tho mcntlng will be
Moral and civic conditions will
bn (ljiciisnod, and everyone Interested
In thcau conditions, ray tho league
leadcra, whoutd attend thn meeting,
which starts at S o'clock.
"Safeguarding tint Nation," a four
reel plcturn depleting thn dnngora of
moral transgresnlon, and appealing
for belter cllltenidilp, will hn allow n.
Thn picture will ulsn ho nhown to
ntudpntH nnd their parents at the
high school tomorrow afternoon ut
WE'RE READY WHENEVER HE'S READY TO SIGN
Mondell Scores Writers for
..Creating, Impression of
WAHIIINOTON, 1). C, March 30.
f'ongrcaa nnd Prenldent Harding are
not at loggcrheada, deaplto tho Im
prennlon crcntod by "cortaln writers
nml certain newapapnra," Iteprcaen
tntlvn Mondell, republican leader, de
clured today In a atatcment.
"Tho fact In thero never haa been
n tlmn In my (iiinrter-rciilury cxperl
Mice In ccngrena when thn relatlona
lieiween tho prealdent and congrcan,
nnd particularly thn homo of rcprc
ftontntlvcx, wero moro plcaaant, cor
dial, aympathctlc and harmonloua
than at prcaent," Mondell ntated.
"Anyono who wlll;tako tho troublo
to read thn recommendoflona of the
prealdent nnd examine tho record of
enngrenn will find that practically alt
theio recommendations either have
been written Into law or nrn In pro-,
reus of enactment."
SIX JOIN K. P. LODGE
Inllliilloii lli-lif hy KnlghlM of
' Pythian; Open Meeting Kixin
Six new members wero Initiated In
to thn local lodge Knights of Pythias
last night. A good tlied crowd wit
nessed the ceremonies, conducted by
officers of tho lodge.
It waa decided that next Wednes
day night thu lodge would hold an
open meeting and ladles' night. Kach
member was asked to Invito a friend
to attend and bring u ludy. All mem
bers will he uskvd to bring their
ladles, In order to lay the. foundation
for organization of a lodge of Pythian
Sisters, which will be Instituted soon.
WATSON GIVEN YEAR
Will lln Tuken lo IVnltrnUary
Alone Willi rVornl OUktu
Onu year In tho state peniten
tiary waa tho sentenco given by
Circuit Judgo Stono In tho caio ot
Frank M. Watson, who yesterday
afternoon wa arraigned and plead-
i ed guilty to tho chargo of larceny
of personal property from tho res
I Idenco of K. A. Qualf of thla city.
Watson waif remanded to tho
cuntady of thn sheriff, and taken
hack to Jail. Ho will bo taken to
Salem hy tho sheriff along with
soinu eight or nlnn othors that
have been sentenced to the penitentiary.
I T N
l,(MM MIM: Alltl'LAXK
1'MOIIT I'llOM MHKON TO
1'Klt.VAMIIL'L'O 1H HTAIITED
MSIION, March 30 An at-
tQmptnd flight from Mabon to
I'ornambuco, Ilrazll, atarted
when naval captnlna Sacadura
and Coutlnho took off at 7
o'clock this morning, hoping
, to fly tho 4,000 miles In alxty
houra flying time.
OF MRS. W. C. DALTON
Crrrmotilm Thl Afternoon An
' Marked hy Presence of Many
This afternoon, In tho proseneo
ot a sorrowing throng, whoso num
ber, und demeanor of slnccro grief
boro token of the lorn they had
sustained, tho last sad sorvico waa
rendered Mrs. Katlo Loo Dalton,
wife ot W. C. Dalton, whoso death
occurred hero Monday.
Iter's had been a life of service
devoted to family -and friends, a
quiet life, a simple llfo, but Ufa
whoso helpfulness and kindness
kindled a kindlier and better spirit
In tho hearts ot all who knew her,
a spirit that will long linger and
renow luclf In deeds ot helpfulness
and klndtyss from those taught by
her gentle example, In their con
duct toward others.
I.Ives such as Mrs. Dalton's aro
not tnrmlnated at tho closo of their
earthly existence, but aro tho hope
on which humanity Icang hardest
In Its alow progress toward Immor
tality. Her virtues left an Impres
sion upon all tho Uvea around her,
which In turn will bo passed on
through friends and kindred to
blCM countless others.
Sho followed in the footsteps of
tho Master sho had chosen, unas
sumingly doing that sharo of ills
work that fell nearest to her hand.
And her chief work waa to care
for and mako others happy. Espe
cially young people. She loved
above all tilings to surround hcr
kolf with young folk,- girls of her
acquaintance, to contrlvo little
bousohold entertainments, clean,
puro pleasures In which tho par
tlclpints naturally and unwittingly
received a better perception ot life
and Its responsibilities.
A "devoted mother, her mother
hood could havo no finer trlbuto
' than tho charactor ot the two sons,
j which sho moulded, and as a help
meet she contributed too greatest
wifely aid to her husband's suc
cess. Mrs. Dalton loved her family,
her homo and tho community In
which alio spent hor married life.
So, when It becamo apparent that
thu thread of llfo would not hold,
it was her deslro that thn return
from nivorslde county, California,
whoro sho had gone -In hopo ot re
gaining her health, to Klamath
Falls, to fall asleep In tho land
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DREW CAMPBELL DEAD
IU-Y(ir-Old Hoy lii"eH Following
Operation for Appendicitis
Drew Walter Campbell, son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. "it. Campbell, died
last night at tho Warren Hunt hos
pital, whei ho had undorgono an
operation for appendicitis. The
dlsoauo had progressed too far, the
appendix being ruptured, to bo rem
edied by surgical treatment.
Tho decedent was 16 years old
on May 20, last. Besides bis par
ents bo leaves a brother and two
bisters. Tho Campbell family Is
widely known throughout Klamath
PEACE TREATY SIGNED
Agreement Dilgmtl to F.ud Hos.
Itli'N lit Ireland
LONDON, Murch 30. An agroo-t
ment designed to restore peaco In
Ireland was signed tonight by a
representative of "both tho provi
sional government and tho north
ern parliament, and countersigned
by representatives ot tho British
WILL FACT-: FKDKIt.Wi CHAKOK
(loo. McC-uhan, who was arrested
by Offlcora McDonald, and Brandon
burg In tho Hal hotel annex Tuesday
night after he bad sold a gallon ot
alleged moonshine tor 1 30, waived
hearing before U. S. Commissioner
Bert C. Thomas and was bound over
to the federal court. He will bo tak
en lo Portland for trla).
71. Including Two Members
of Diet and City Offi
TOKIO, March 30. Sorenty-ou'e .
men, Including two diet members
and six municipal officials, two gas
company director and other prom
inent basinet men, wero convicted
here today In connection with re
cent scandals In the management ot
public utilities. Fifty-two were
sentenced from two monthg to two
years. The others' were fined.
TOKIO, March SOy-Tsnruo Han
aguchl, a former Japanese naval
lieutenant, convicted of attempting
to sell a naral secret to an Amer
ican attache two years ago, waa
sentenced to one year.
GROESBECK IN RACE
Hccka Democratic ffomlnatkm for
It. C. Oroeabeck, well known at
torney, announced today that hla
declaration of Intention to seek thn
democratic nomination for circuit
Judge ot Klamath county aro mailed
to 8alem this morning. '
Two candidate for tho repub
lican nomination, E. L. Etltott and
A. I lavltt, aro already In the
field .and tho entry of the demo
cratic candidate moans a contest In
tbo general election.
The democratic aaplrant ha
practiced law la tal county for
about ten years, and U widely
known. He wa a candidate for
the Judgeship six year ago, fcel&s
detoated by D. V. Kuyk'en'dall.
AUTO TIRES DAMAGED
rrowlrr MeiMIe With HhrtT Car
Finding all four of the tire of
his car flat, evidently the act of
somo ono seeking vengeance was tho
creetlnr that Sheriff Lloyd Low re
ceived last night on returning from
ihn masauorado ball at lhe bias
club. Tho sheriff had left his car In
front of tho court house while at
tending the dance.
Kn far no arrest has been made.
The sheriff stated the work waa pos
sibly that of somo lympattuier ot
those who bad been reeonlly arrest
ed for vagrancy and othor offense.
WOULD AVERT STRIKE
WASHINGTON. D. C. March 30.
The house labor committee consider
ed a resolution requesting president
tonight to Invito miner and opera
tors to raeot tomorrow In an eftort to
avert tbo pending ot the coal strike.
Jury Spilled Evidence
So Judge Stone Wat Told
"I think, your honor, that the Jury
spilled somo ot tho evidence," said
J. Frank Adams, foreman ot ihe Jury
trying Wm. Van Busklrk. charged
with having In his possession a hot
tlo ot moonshlno liquor.
Tho bottle and It contents, "ap
proximately ono quart" In the lang
uage of tho Indictment, wa Introduc
ed as "oxhlblt A" and entrusted to
tbo Jury when they retired to dellb
orate. Tho court Instructed all the
twelve truo men to safeguard all ox
hlbltH and return tbcra undamaged
"Exhibit A" was returned when
tho Jury, aftcr five rolnu'toa deliber
ation ro-entored tho courtroom, but
tho contents ot tbo bottle had visibly
diminished. A scant half-pint remain
"Tho state Insist," declared Dis
trict Attornoy B rower, 'that the
court's instruction bava been disre
garded. All the oxhlblt have not been
And then the court interviewed the
foreman, who volunteered ta Jbeory1
that some of tbe,ev4eca Haft have
been spilled, but how'tr wktro k did -not
"The Jury evldUy-wUidrttoed
the court' InstructUai," iwmaented
Van Busklrk w ou4 pUtf