i -" . VJr"-J,f ,71 - 1 ( j -' I' 0 ' v rf ' V '' I ).'' ,.!.. j iwhii- i wtt ....iibi (. Ir'jy'yjr.tr'T.'TitYK -.W,,X$ ituntng Urali WEATHER FORECAST TOVHJHT ,NP WliliM'.MDAV, NEWS OF THE WORLD BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i I '.tilt '" III,.,,! UW..U, yjv, 4flf Member of the Associated Press. 11 kn .4 C'- P. c v J --1 riflivnlli Vi'iir, Nil, ll.'ioo or CIVIC LEAGUE HUE EXPLAINED Plans for Recall of Mayor Said Uaied on Invest!- Ration of Detective "Tim ClVIr lenKim had u iti'. lrllvo In Klnmuth Fulls from March 4 l April 3, Instructed In uncertain what wan (hit altitude of tlii) law enforcement ufflcrr Inward Urn vlnlulnr of tlm Inw "Tim ilcli'i ilvn ri'imrtril Unit 'I wini mining Ihf violator of tlm nalliiii'il iiriililliltluti law ami kih ii Mi. to find ihi'iii In great mi in be r mill In every Inntiince I tumid Ihem entliely utiuf rill isf Urn iniiyor unit chief nf police? Tlmy illacuxril lhc-.ii inulterie with urn with tlm iilniiixt freedom, und n.tvt imt lit it mliiti .1 hii.I !.( ti..... " , ",M" ' ' , ", '""' .'" ' I Min initio tlm nriitiTilfin nf tli.! .,,,11,,, '"llm ruin til I ii k wan ritully ilrur In reKTil to vlnUtliiiiH uf IIik Inw aKalimt kimIiIIiik. uml nRJlimt liiiiikt-M nf primlltntlnn. "It U trim Hut Ihrrt' linn lirni xiiii" illlfrrt'iiru of iiplnlnti iu to tlm nitvliMlilllly of ataKtliK u ri" rail uKnlimt tlm iiniyiir. but thcro l no illlfiTi'tiri' n f opinion tu In )ila ilcnurvliiK In ho riMiiiund from nflco Hniim luoferrt'il in In rriMc thu prvKiirn of public oplnlnn, unit If rlrctiinttunct'ii "iirruntfil iIoIiik tu proieculo thu ma or uml crrlitln ntln'r uffl ht In I ho rouriK "Hn fjr an I am ulilu to ill) mi prrminullllcii ahull h krpt nut nf thi ramiulnn. A rampalKii uf pcritonnlllli'H Mill i. llli. not hliiK. tlm tril linn.) n: Hlmll Klnnuth KulU ln IuwIi'iim nr cli;ill KUiii- ulh K.ilU hn law uIiIiIIiik"" Th .it..io Niaii-mi'iii mjk fur. liUhnl Tin- II1T.1I1I tmlay liy V. H, Hlonuli, prciliti.tit nf tlm Klamath fouiiiy Cllc leacim. In nupporl cf v tlm ( Ic.iKtm'H muvfincui In call J.-.l.in, V 'WllVf TlmMilfininl hiiil hiTii mihinllli'il in hiiiIi tui'iii' hi'rii nf tlm liMi;im'ii t'MTiil l com- lilllli'K n hn hiiil I iihi in ri'nrli, nihl !!I(ihi:Ii. mnl hail Im'kii iiiiroi'it Anki'il If llmrit wcro nny mnrn ili'flnllo nr npiTlflr rlian:M ucalimt Dm miDiir, .Sluitnh nal.l thut llicm hiiil hi'i-n a mam f materlnl lulil hi'fnrn tlm li'aKim, hut mnrn nf n pi'rniiiil iiatiirn than nrcimntliiini UKnlimt tlm ptihlli' nrla nf tlm mn)i.r. HIourIi milil hU own vliiw wan Hint tlm iwull (ampulKii nIiouIiI uvohl juTHOiinlltlim. ami ho ronflni'd mainly to ptihllc romluct; hnl n lumt'M prlrntK llfo a Ma hmii nf fnlr i'copi whpro 11 act u notorl nualy hml vxuinple. lip anhl thu cane of thu civic IrniKiH'. U hl'ii InfluiMiru countiM, woulil ho pri'U'iitiM fully from the Ih'kIiimIiik: thut no uiifulr luhant liKO Hoilhl hn taken hy wl t hlii) tllliR fiiclH, nr thu aprliiKliiR of iiliivciith hour rurprha'. Tlm (lucUloii to launch u rucall (KniriHl Wllpy wim rraihnl nt u (omnilttmi mcotlim nt tho Mutho illt I'hiiMli Humliiy uflurnuoii. Tlm flmt prnpimal mih to recall ,Mynr Wiley uml I'nllco JiiiIk" I.i'uvllt, nlilch wjih ilofcatuil t'J tu 17. It aH llit'ii propoiicil to recall thu puIIck JiiiIko. ilcfoati'd hy u voto of iihuut 20 to 10. Tho ballot mi tho mayor'n recull ,wih yi'H, 2.1; no, 11 j niu bluuk IniU lot uml u fow not votlnR, About 40 nmn uuil women worn prurient. A ballot (or cnmllilutUK resulted In tlm choice uf J, T. McCiillom to oppuau Wlluy, If thu recall niovo iiieut U HticruiHful. Tho voto Htooil (I. A. Wlrlr. l; n. It. Duunur, 4; II. M. Ohllcolo, 4; W. A. Wleitt, 3; J. T. McCullom, SO. Mayor Word ThIMiM ' That Mayor Wlloy, on (hn arraRlnn of a vlnlt of ii party of ilvc leaRiin nieiiihciB to IiIh office u ion pin of wnokii a ko, miiilo any Hlatmnont to tho effect Im "holleveil n city Hlioilld havo JuhI iihout what Km cltlzeliH do xlrml In tho iiiitttur of Inw enforce ment," wiih denied today hyO. 1). llurldt, u inumuor of tho party, Ilurku mild ilnit tlm party, which went not uh'u civic Iciiriiq commlttpo hut to use friendly of foils to pruvunt a recall, Hpent' rounlileriihln tliun in iIIhcuhhIiir fNTEMTIOHS (Continued to Papo 2), ".til HON Knit .MIIOSIIV AVMIIILLISUHAHIU M ' nv iiiH-iisif-r Arioitvcv HAN rflANl'MCO, Aptll IK A letter miklm: him in pardon TlimmiM .1 Mniiiiiiy mill Wurrnii l MlllliiKH, nerving life xen Inn en fiilluwliig Uii'lr uiiivlrllun nil it murder charge In rrmr Hull wllh ii IiiiiiiIi itxpltiiiliiu hern wan Hi'iil to (liivi'imir Xlnplii'iiH Imlny by HlHlrlil Attorney llrmly, who piicmki'i Hin niln Inn Hint tlmy with lonvlited mi fulun limlliuiiuy ' AIRPLANE EN ROUTE TO MONTANA WILL BE HERE FEW DAYS Fl)rr I'mtn Hun I'mnilmu Will l.eii.n .Montague Morning, Hhi Ailtitnii- .Mini An airplane will mar over tlm niniin tulntt from Muntugim enrly In morrow, nr pomilhly mtilcht. mill will land In tin. field iiiIJiiIiiIiik tlm Htunit - nnl Oil rnmiuinv jitunt TIiIk hn un Minimal 1mm tnitay liy (' J Thump mill. riiiirrmntlnK tlm Wmtcrn Alry riiniiumy t Hmii riuiirlnco, whn miyx he dim hi" May mer Tupny ltli tlm aid uf n Nu S aliucl, und urrltvd here lot nlKht eatliiK. hreuihlni: mid perHplrliiK milil. Tin. plane, n ThoiiipHiin Ktmidard with a ::o Ii p, lllnpumi-Huliui motur. la In fllKht from Kan rrundnru tu Muulmia and will rrmnlii hero three du)M It hIII mrry pnimenKerH uml he Hied far ueilal edilhltloua (. A lliil- I llwrll, In ut inun.iKer fur thu Miami-1 uril Oil rumpiiuy ilocl.irca Im will be the (lrt puin.fl'iCer The flmt plane, pltuted liyWhu f flarmu, whi flew nt Kukiiio In lh furrat erlre, will lie followed by a iMond u few tlayn later hlch will remain hern two 'lays lloth hate been lined In tlm iaaiieiiKer.rnrr)lnr hUNlneni lielwi rn I .(m AuKi'li'i ftmd .'Ian Kraliclni'ii. iiiruiitlur. to Thonip l mm ThompKoti ii.i)n the prettiest r.lrl uu tlm field wilt hn KtW'li u frel rldn Him will hn (himen, lm'.i)4, h) the flrnl (He piimieiiKerH l.ate tliW uflernunn Thump mil rrrelvrd word Hiat tlm piano wilt arrive here- lonturrow iiflernnon l.c tween r, and r, 30. ALGOMA WINS SUIT Cniiipnii) Held i:niHivrt ! to .Man I'iiiiii lliM'IIInu :jti JuilKinent In favor uf dm AUouia Lumber coinpany wna the flndliiR In (hn JiiHtlce court In a mill nxalnnt ii former emplu)i, J W, Vernon on nu ejection milt IiivoIvIiir u hiiiiiII dwell Iiik bonne ut thu company 'a plant. It developed durlni; tlm trial that Vernon hud left hU work on Febru ary 28, und had not nlncn returned to hU work, nor hud h paid tho rent of IS per month for March or April und nlthoUKh ho had Keno to tho company about tho rent hn had made no tender uf thu monnyiur did ho tu court inukn nny offer of payment It dovulnpod from tho trial that thu hmiHo wim rented to Vernon an wut tho ciiHlom with uinplo)a, hut thut hu had not llod Iheru for noma little, time hut wu IIvIiik In Klamath KulU, und hud loft part of hla portion ul effcltH in tho humm nTiiucHtlon. Thu court would not allow any evi dence on tli Htrlko nueatlou from either party, IioIiIIiik thut wux nut thu mutter In Ihhuo. Tho Htiit Iiiih uttructud hoiiiu at tention iih It wiih dcomud a teat cuo under tho recently duvloped strike conditions. Mayor Hty Many Friends Loyal Send Best Wishes Thuro In humor nnd neighbor!! nesa In Iho manner in which un known friend:! of Mayor Wiley ills played Iholr appreciation of tho ef fort being mado to Involvu him In u political mosH, Thu mayor wiih Hitrprlsod thin mo nil in: by u cull frum u Western Union ineMu'iiger, who born a hUu bin bonnet of cut flowers. Unwrap plug tho package. reVealod u curd which bore. I IiIh legend: "Wo'rm with you. Hllek. Tho Sympathetic eluh." Mayor Wiley In tho last 24 bourn hati reculyud iisuui'uuceit of lo)iilty nud belief fihni unexpected quar tern, but nouu m oio delicately ex- incased, KLAMATH OF SOULISTAKEN JOTS DDYLE Etherio Body Declared Ap parent When Psychic Phenomena Used It,. Hilt AltTIII'lt fO.VAN IK)VI,i: Writ tin INperlitlly fur VIIA Ho vli v "oi'jrlglil, JIKiii, Sr.. He-ilin In llirrr mi) mii uf proving Hint ii living lilililiin being tin, a Mini? I'llUUCfttluillllll) mi though I I knuit nf n, mii) kini' Ii) p)rlil'1 IliliriiiiliH'litt, wlilrli lire tln lunri' liliiteilal nidi of splrlliinllMU. I Whul ur mil tin llieile bod)"' ' (iilliil Ii HI. I'hiiI Hie "plrltmil ImhI" l iilnil In Hiiulnr mi'Ii N iti-rrlbctl iih I lie miuI, ll U n fmlnille uf nur pitm-ii! i ImhIIi'n, mid It miMhi'N tliein It I- the lliluu ulilih Inn Im-cii the lii i (if nil lihiiiiluin kturli the thine men kii nfliii ul I In iiioiiiiiiI uf ilmlli h) illlniil frlemN ur irhi lle-, ll U Ii liiHimrll) illMi(lnli'il friini i the ImmI In hlerp, uml under ni- I lilt liMHIilli il.liltai ,, , . ., .. ll nuiliiliK ultliln It the Infinite - I)- iiiiin-i i iherlnl thine (nihil I'm' Kpllll (he mil lielim i fie Ii iini'l fUM'll Itltll I'lllll llllllT. I limit iiiiiuui: Hi) teiiiip(linii I I Mlile ii phutucriipti uf nu cllierli' I ImmI) (itr wml) illm'iiKnKlns: llHf , I fliilll tlm innlerlal ImmI), llo miiiIi lme m7 i Ve, miiiU luue M't, but he)unil urn mum nf iIiiimi Krmimr lilnlff tat hum mIiMi iiIiImIii hen, fnr hlrlli N n thine Mcullar to life. He iumiiIIi-Mn In kraut), In )iu putli). In ililli'iii) uf iiiiiIiiiiI uiuler staiiilliiK III nil lhft." Mihlle mill fine UH)s In llhllll It inuillfeMi. nil earlli iMiueeii true luii'iK lin iih not )et married. It) .l.i:A.MKlt IIKItMAN NKW VOIIK, April 18. I'lan .uml tprclflr itlotin for Imnveu uml hell, cninplete from lower In upper Intiiln, iin helm: revealed In Amer ican i In ii HerleH uf leitureH hy Kin Arthur I'liuau Doyle .Sir Arthur Ri'Ih IiIh Information NtralRht from (Im uplrll of I hone whu h.in p.ihaed uu mime 23 of them. Ile'a mil an poetic hut much morn nperiflr thin Mr Milton, SIr nor Danlu nml nlherii who hun en Hayed deicrlptlonn of the bejonil. There'H not a doubt tint what Sir Arthur believe In HplrltuallKin a firmly ai Im belltne,, In eating. (Continued tu iMgo 4) IT LOOKS SAFE T GEE! I Hope nobody J kt GETS HURT A sVJn vv vM U v--aVV-i lip I'tY' 4hP jy FALLS, OltKtION, 'I I I.SIM , U'llll, IH, tll'J Silt ,, (LVOV ihivm: . Jfoti-d KiiKllxh uullior mid nplrlt- j .... iiuiii win im Hiiiiuineiiiii arc HturilltiK America on u lecture tour lie m now Mad 4 Dok! Mad Dor! Directors Climb Tables Mad iIor' Mad iIor Willi thin fretiYled cry. the iimm her uf tho chamber of (ummercn board ut director!, ciuvencd l.i milemn eoucl.ii. nt noon today. Mood nut upon their dlKulty hut climbed i limbed thu liihlo. clinlrn exit tried In climb tlm wall. An)tlunt; In en-lap.- Prom their uutaKn points, then Ihey nunc) cil thu nlllicrj of it luunlt IIimioii hull pup, which wan kIMiir eer evlilcnce of not knunn nor car im; whal it was iibuiil. Tlm pup. It tipiieured. had tumbled down the KtaliM from the Mrcet. uiiuumiiiuced uml jpp.irvntly wllhuul purpujio oilier I ban tu ill) Junt what It wan doltiR. Kw'iituully the iimniherx made their encapp Tho pup remained in the forum room where, nt Inst repirtu, he wua uttemptlne In walk uu tlm cell Iiir. "Acted like thin proponed tccall. eomlnK on tup of nil his other trnuhlcH, wan morn than Im couldj stiitid," one member remarked later j us Im wiped beads of persplratlcu I from u moist brow. AND SANE FIREWORKS IALLIES THREAT OF Treaty Held Impossible; Astonishment Expressed; Held Blow at Meet I'AHIH, April Id -A HavnB dlv puKji from (ienon ayH (he Allien nrn dr.iftliiK ii note (n tin, CermuriM uml ItimMarm nutlfyldi; them It will bo Impiiilhli) fnr tlm (iermatm and IIiih aliitm to (onllniin to purtlclpatn In tho KCKxinnM nf tlm IliiPitlnri nffalrx com mlMimi of the confereiifo If they per nlt in mnlntalnliiK (Im Itiixno-Certnnn treaty LONDON, April 18. It would not hn eimyjo ImuKlne any happenings at Ocr.oa which would excite greater an tonUhment or morn mlnRlvlnR thnn the announcement ( tho ltno-(!cr-nuui treaty produced In n majority of thin mornlnK'A London newnpapera, Tlm pact wur condemned an a deadly blow alined at thu conference. I I'AltlH, April IX Premier I'uln corn amtvmbled nt the cabinet today to roniildcr the attitude to bo tnken In (am Ituimla and Oermany prcpouc to maintain u separate arrangement reBardliiR tho ronturatlon of Itumla MILL MAY NOT RUN J. -Slelttir Declnii- l'rienl finv illtlon, .Ire .diere L'nlcni labor and market conditions aro adjusted, (ho Slelgcr lumbering operations will not resume (his year, said J. J. StelRer today Stelger said Im planned to m,i tomorrow fur Los Angelen, uml whether Im came hack thin )ear to open hli cump und mill would depend upon dclnpments. If adjustment In Ipo long postponed, he naiti, im would probably not return, an it would make the stnrt tor late to I market seasoned lumber thU car. j und In order to finance operations the smaller lumbermen must find X- iiifill.uu market for his product. A nen jiikIo dUeusfed by Sfelger wua (Im effnri of (Im acquisition of ' thu Salt Lake und Los Angeles rail- I n n way by tlm I'nlon l'.wlfic. ThU, ho creasing coastwlte and abroad. Agrl said, opened a way Into (he Southern cultural activities aro small and tho California shook market for Idaho ' future Is problematical. Tho ranehcr uml Washington lumber, nt . rate ( on winch they can lompetv with northern California nml routhem Oregon porducern Consequently the Inland llmplre mills aro turning low- er grades, that formerly went to the mlddlu west and east, Into box shook und shipping It into the orange belt. ARE FIREWORKS WITIIVf'OMIIi: WITIIIlllAWH AS lti:i'l!ll,l(S CAMHIIATi: roit fiovcit.voit or oiikoo.v HAI,l:l. April 18 -Phillip Wllhyrniulm it V.imhlll today withdrew nil ii candidate for Dm republican nomination for coventor, tttutlni; In a letter that Im wiih rellinted by .Mil- be I Wlthynimhi', a iliiURhter of III I decemreil brother, Jamen Withromhn, thu lain i;nvernnr, 0 to wlthilraw Wllhyrnmbo In- Heated thut he had no per non.il ambition, und merely d- aired lo rIvu publicity to n plntfurm emhndyiiiK hit broth- er'd Itliait COAST EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS SHOW UPWARD TENDENCY llulldliiK Acllilty lncrenlii(t nn Wiiilhci- Iniproiei; Iron nml Steel Continue ActUe SAN KHANCISCO, April IS HIlKht Improtcmcnt In employment conditions aloni; (ho Pacific coast Is noted by J. A. Kolly, San Francisco, uctlne district director of Iho employ ment division of tho United States department of labor In his monthly report Issued hero today. AlthnuRh employment In food pro ducts Indutfrlea nnd Iron and steel fell off somewhat In March, compar ed with February, Kolly points out (hat building. lumbnrlnR and coast wlx shlpplnc continue ".cry active. Director Kelly's report, covering employment conditions In California, Washington nnd Oregon, follews: California , Four hundred and six manufactur ing firms In California report the fol lowing number of persons employed durlnit December 1S21 70,170: Januarr 1922 7G.45C, February 1022 76,9$S. Agricultural pursuits' looking uu. Inclement weatffer retarding the nor mal demand for this class of labor. Ilulldlng activity Increasing ns weath er clears up with every Indication of n very busy year in this Industry. i Iron and rteol contlnuos Inactive. Lumber In very Reed. Considerable unemployment atnonR unskilled In bor. Retail trade reported dull. ' Washington Itulldlng and general construction, as well as output of some Industrht plants, have been more than usunllv postponed because of fcvcre woath- er. Freight rates continue to dcluv improved conditions In Inland mills. Wuter shipments of lumber aro In- feels his Inability to hire beyond his actual necessity. Ilusluess In Alaska. which Is reflected hern, has recently Increased. Retail trade not )ct satis factory. Oregon Activities In building under good headway. Highway construction will soon follow. Retail business very slow. Logging on upgrade. Iron and steel industry backward. No ship building. Many projects planned for early spring nnd summer." TRUCK IIIUVKS TOl'SV Traffic over Topsy grade may bo formally declared opened for tho season, as a truck-load of apples ar rived here from Medford last night. Tho road Is reported to be In very bad condition. M.IUKKT RF.POKT PORTLAND, April IS. Wheat $1.22 to to $1.26. Livestock, eggs and butter steady. Comes From Sunny Italy Finds HerJVtan Involved Tercalna Sccreto, married 10 years ago in llelslu, Italy, to Plctro Secreto, according to her testimony tduy In n milt for dhorco found "Pletro" to bo Interested In other women when slio arrived In America and that ho treated her In n brutal manner. Plutin Secreto hud como to Amer ica several years lit advance of Tere filu.i it appeared, and had learned his way about. Had Teronlnn possessed tlm niH'usMsry commuml nf Kngllsh, alio might !ian given attong opinions of tho great American trlanglo as sh" found It upon her arrival, Tereslna wnu glvun lior freodom by Circuit Judgo Stdtm, und us alio left tho courtroom tho smile ot upparon, relief uml gratitude that swept lior couutcnunco gavo reason for tho oft repeated expression, "From sunny Italy." imicu nvH onm MURDERflESOLT OF E One Man Disappears After Auto Trip; Had $1,400 in His Possession PORTLAND. April 18. nusioll Meeker, 24, (oday wai formally charged with tho murder of Frank Ilowkcr. 40, u Portland musician, whom decker confessed (o killing, according In a statement by Meek er's father It. J. Meeker after a three hour session with the bay In Jail. Ilowkcr disappeared Sunday night after he and young Keeker had started In an Automobile to get liquor which Meeker wan to sell to Ilowkcr, who was reported to have $1400 on his person. The elder Meeker offered to lead officers to tho spot where the body was bidden but the expedition planned by the police was abandoned at noon today owing to the falluro of tbs alder Meeker to appear In parson to lead the search. Meeker's attorney. Thomas O. Ryan, zald atNnoon that the etder Meeker was not feeling well today, saying he would appear later whin rested. The police this afternoon gave Rus sell Meeker tho third degree. WARREN GETS PAVING Contract Awarded Aftcy Long; Die russlon and Hrrcral VoU After voluminous legal opinion bad been submitted by counsel for thu opposing bidders and after long dis cussion and several rotes, tho cltv council last night awarded tho paving contract for seven units to h? Wnr ren ConstrueUon company, orer W. D. Miller, whoso bid was approxi mately $5,000 lower. Tho Warren company's bid waa fin ally accepted on motion of Council man McCollum. The first voto en thli motloncs'ultej In a tie, Vollme'f not voting. Tho roil was called and Smith McCollum and Vollmer Toted ye Hawkins and West, no. Prior to tho final rota there "" skirmishing, opening with n motion for tho rejection of both bids, o wblch Smith, McCollum and Haw kins voted no. The next proposal wn Smith's motion that tho Warren hM bo accepted, lost for want of a second Hawkins then moved that tl!l' bid bo accepted. This waa seeonrY by McCollum and defeatod by tr-e votes of 8mlth, West and Vollmer Then came th'e final voto. Mayor Opposes Delay Councilman Vollmer'a proposal to reject both bids was met by a strong plea from Mayor Wiley for definite action by the council. The mayor pointed out tho benefit to the city un der present economic conditions, with many men out of employment, of r public Improvement program that would ease tho situation and put Idle men to work. Tho rejoction ot Mlller'a bid waa based on tho ground that the Warren Construction company was a morn certain bidder; could handle the big bond Issue roqulred 'and tho city would escapo tho uncertainty of sell ing tho securities In the open market, In which It might lose more In prem ium than they would gain In the dif ference between bids. Miller, on tho other hand, declar ed ho was actually able to carry through and finance the contract If h obtained It. and submitted evi dence and legal decisions to show that ho wag entitled to the award. (Contlnned to Fags 4) WEATHKK PnODABIUTHM Tho Cyclo-Stormagraph at Under wood a rnarmsjcr registered a baro metric pressure ot 30,70 this moralag but at I p, m. the tendenoy waa downward. The slight fall, however, la prob ably Indicative of higher tempera tures rather taaa the forecast of a change. Forecast for next 14 heurs: Fair and warmer,' with moderate winds. Tho Tycos recording tharuoauUr registered maximum i" mlatauai temperatures, today, as follews: - nign 07 XPFOTON INN Low ,U ' - 4. ifl .-.. -. 4 T 1, -e"h , e. ln &A. vW'e'