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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1922)
IONIUM I' AND ITDHDAV, IMIll
NEWS OF THE WORLD
Member 0 the Associated Press.
I'lfliiiilli ciir. No. n;u:i
KLAMATH I'ALLH, OIIIMO.V, MONDAY, MAY 15, IIKE
FIRST PICTURE ENTIRE RUSSIAN DELEGATION
ItOHK CITY IH JAItltK.D
IIV EARTHQUAKE: WIXIM)VH
RATTLE, I'ICTL'KKH HIIAKKN",
ARE FOILED BY
SEEN III GENOA
PORTLAND, May 15. A
slight earthquake wan (clt here
at 9:30 today. Window rattlcil.
picture on walla wero shaken
anil the bird In the trees worn
Ljcctucular Attempt to
Rob Rock Island Results
In Death of One
TUt'KON, ArU. May I.', Wan
two well directed bullets, luprom
messenger II HiitHurl, initly imliiy,
fninliiiti'il n spectacular utliiiiit dy
"Ik ti l masked liiimllln (l rod lliii Clil
r.igo, Iti.ck Island hiiiI Pnrlfle Hidden
stulu limited, IkmiiiiI from Chicago to
Miiwart killed iitm of Ui IjiuiiIIIi
Hint apparently wounded n .nrroiid
mill routed others (rum tho hunk
empty liulldnd. i
lltewnrt fired nfler tlm rubbnm
liml (Inrged tlm Imlii llli it ri'il Hum
mill compelled din (ruin crew tn dl
lomii'K tin- iiiri'Kn mid iiiall
coaches (rum llm imsniugiir M'ctloli.
I'ltl.'MnNT. Neb, May IT. -The
I'll'IMI'lll M.llo Imnk was lll'lll up to-
ilny br two men Mint eirr.iped on
fcoi mill ij.diih
READY FOR CLEANUP
CII) lllililiil Inlo HMilili; (IiiiIi
iiii'ii Alt' Aniiiiiiii
Orn-niUiUnn of llm iiicii'h tt I I
nlni) (or Antl-I.lttrr Wriik luin lirn
rnmpli'li'il, nrrnrillnn to II. N.
Mnc, iliulrmnn. Tlilrlorii rlly illn
trlriH luivo lui'ti formed, nml In
imcIi dUtrlrt nnmonno living III tin
district h.is ngrri'd in organlro ami
iiiiiko ready (or tlm campaign,
which begin Monday innrnlni:,
Muy 22. KollowInK oro the out
IIih's lit llm illntrlrls nml tlio clmlr-
Klslrlrt No. I. territory iitt n(
(Viilcr, Juulpiir mid Kwaiimi
Mlrrfli lo Link nivor, Inrltiillng ter
rllory on both sldos of Cnllfortilii
uvcntii'. (Icorge Ulrlch, chairman.
District No. 2, torrltory butwucn
Kwauno. Jimlpor, Cnntor nnd Third
streets. A. M. Collar, chairman.
District No. a, Icrrllory Imtwenn
Third nnd Klflh street. Claud Da
DUtrlrt No. , territory between
KHth nml Seventh streets. 1. B.
District No. 5, territory botwri-ii
Siivonth nnd Ninth htrrots. r. C. V.
District No. I!, territory between
Ninth and eleventh strcelu to thu
caiuil. J. tl. llatiMiiun. ihalrman.
District No. 7, Railroad ml
illllou. Inrliidliig tcrrllory be-
iuieu I'.lnveiiili strrol nnd llio
runal. Kred liiKWoriton, chulrmuii.
Dlstrbt No. . territory north of
raiinl from Ukoluw to railroad.
i llrockt'iibrough, chairman.
District No. 'J, Mill addition. W.
II. .McKuddi'ii, chairman.
District No. 10. North Kl.uu
nth Kails. Includliu: Blilpplnr.loil
iiddltlnii. Jon Clinic, chalrmnn.
District No. 11. Hot Pprlugi
Houlh ot Kspluliiule. Loslln Rogorn,
rt'alrman. ' H '
District No. 12, Hot Springs
north ot Buiilunado. W. C. Van
District No. 13, Rlvorsldn nddl
tliin, 0. K. Cummlngs, cluilrmnu.
IIiicli of tin) dlKtrlct chulmen
will Hiib-dlvldn their territory Into
blockH and iippnlnt u block captain,
who will bo rimpnnslblo for ImvliiK
llm toi rllory iisslgncd cleaned up
MrH. Win. (lanniiKi clmlrmun of
tli woiueit'ii division, nnd Hugh
4'nrrlti. chairman of tho Juvonllo
iIIvIhIoii, luivo not comiilotod tho
nppolnlmoiit f district chalrinoii
shut tho names will ho announced
within n day or two,
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very ovou linn ot
llm last tw clvii
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I'irtit pit-turn of tlm entire
tttules Tchlttlierlii, I'liiilrmaii,
! SPORTSMEN DROP ,
I BUSINESS CARES
! AND GO FISHING
Si'iimiu 0M'ii-i lii Kliimiitli 'niiil) ;
AIimiiii' of .Muny I'iiiiii
Of flu- , .Noiiit
Muny peritiins uho h.nl forKntliiil
that llnhllii; m'iimxi oponiMl In Klani'i
ilh (utility tod.iy wiro hihimIII) re
minded when Miry iiltimptid lo find
irrliiln InisliH-iH mid profi'XMlomil
men, mnny o( wlmm mglht Ii;im been
seen spi'i'dliii; along u roiiniry road
bnforo day break this moriUng.
This In Hie day which to tlio sports
man Is Christmas, I'oiirtli of July
nnd Armlntlro iluy rolled In one, and
be ho liter ho nxrelleiit u liiinlimim
mull, ilixlnr. lauiur. dentist or luhor.
nr, to sarrlfiiii this dny lo biislni'sD
hoiiIiIImi liothliiK less than sacrlllge.
True, tlleri' Is koiiio iiinsllotl as lo
whether the reason opens today or
tomorrow This Is lieeuiiso I lie law l
nut clrurly defined, tho iilmroils n.iy.
Hut what's n day when tho fish nro
t'lifortunates who wero forced to
remain ul home loduy wero heard to
utter remarks to tho effect that they
supposed that would li.ivn to lliden
to tho old yams nlioul thu big ones
that got nwiiy Kor nery llshermnu
kiinna llm big oiiim gel uwny on the
first duy. They alio know Unit had
they themsuhes been on thu business
end of tlm rod that calamity would
not liavn occurred.
TAXI MAN IN COURT
ArroM I'ollow.i 'ollllmi; ('linrol
Willi llrlnj- liitolculi'il
Ten days In Jail wan llm Minionce
ImpOhi'd by I'ollro Jllilgn l.ealll this
mornlii); on lllll Driino, ehitrged with
drhlng u for hlro nlililo white In
toxicated. The pentenci) wua mi.spoml
ed with u warning that it future np
pearnuco In court would mean u Jail
Denno wan ul rested Huud.iy morn
lug by- Patrolman Mcl.nughlln utter
liavlm: crashed Into tho I'ont "ling"
of Karl llumphroy nt Klrst ami Pine
The two front whcela of thu Kurd
Tho arrest ciiinii ns u result of the
rampiilgn started hero by .1. II. (lor
don, repieheiillug tint iilblle HorNk'O
(ommls'ilou, under which coimm reg
ulation of motor vtthlelii.s lined In
traiiHportutloii. nnrdnn ilcclaren that
no leniency will bo shown law viola
lorn mid thai u cloto wutrh will bo
kept hereafter nn driven) ot for hire'
earn nnd Htages.
Tlio penalty for vlolallnu of liny of
the Ntato safety rules nnd regulation
Is ruvril'utlon of operating permit, In
addition to which penaltleH may be
Imposed by tho court, Cordon voluted
CAR GOES IN CANAL
Tito Men' Have Miraculous iNcuHi
I'iiiiii HitIoiin Injury
i;, A. Hlinmons and ICd Kulun hud
a narrow oscapu from Herloua or fatal
Injury when the Chevrolet car they
wero riding In boenmo unmanagablu
and plunged ovor tho eiabankiaont of
tho canal about tr.O feet hoiUIi of tho
Kluventli atreot brldgo at 10 o'clock
last night. The car wuh badly dam
aged as It turned completely ovor In
tho fall and lodged on tho edgo or
tho wntor ilghl Bldo tip.
Russian delegation to tlm Ueno.i lonforoneo to reach tlio United
l on I ho first step, center of photo.
FIRE AT SHIPPINGTON
Peel Hull nml Two ltlilrinN Dc.v
lni)iil; lv. mi.imhi o ?T,imm
1'lre of nu unknown origin broke
out In the pool hull nt Shipping-
ton ut ):'.'.' thu morning cuuslngl
it total InM of that building' mid
(wo adjoining residences. The'
total Iosh wui etitluntiM by Kjr' ,
Chief Ambrnso at between $C,ll0O i
iiul 7. OOP, nml up to a late hour
today It was not known whether
tliero was any Insurance oh nny.
of the buildings.
l.urk of water prevented the flro;
department from stopping tho flro
In Urn buildings destroyed but by
the use of KG gallons of chemical
adjoining property wai protected.
Ambrose said that nno nt the
hulldlngn close by eauglil flrn sevf
nr.il t lines but they were able to
itxlliigiilou It with the eheinlenls
and keep the flro from spreading. I
Howe nnd Sam lleud owned the'
pool hall. Head watt usleep In the
building nt tho (lino nnd barely cs,
caped with hlH persona! effects as I
the flro had rained considerable,
headway beforo ho wai awakened, i
Tho tw0 residences wore owned by'
Kred Marshall nnd u Mr. McAu-'
drows. and woro a total loss. i
1'DltTl.AND. May 15.- -A dead
lock ban been reached In the effort of
two longshoremen unit two employer
to kelerin fifth member committee lo
consider tho atato conciliation board)
proposal for a lottlcment of the
strike. Chalrmuir-Woodwiird said the
board would Insist that another plan
bo tried for an agrecment-
JAMES H. GWINN HERE
(ani1liLi( for ConpMM Hhjh Ho In
lnl.i.(.-,l In llrclnmiitlon
Jami'B II Owliin of Pendleton,
raudldnti) (or the republican nomina
tion (or lougressman for this dis
trict, ngainst N. J. Slnuott. arrived
last night nnd will be hero today and
Cwinn stated that ha was princi
pally Interested In reclamation f
eastern Oregon'H arid land nnd de
Ire to bo elected so that lie may
work (or a greater recognition by the
government (or Oregon In apportion
ing (unds In western reclamation.
Oregon contributes four dollars to
the reclamation fund where Idaho
gives one. ho said, yet In the appor
tioning ot tho fund Idaho projects
gel f.ir mere than Oregon.
He wild he bad no very clear Idea
as lo bow he could Influence tho rec
lamation M'rvico to apportion mure
money lo Oregon, but was satisfied
that If lm wai on tho job ho would
find a way Idaho has a systom for
getting the money, ho said, pointing
to tho contemplated $22,000,000 pro
ject at American KalU for example,
and by watching tho Idaho method
ho believes ho can get the cars of
the powers that bo and accomplish
more In the next 10 years than Sin
uotl has accomplished In tho last ten.
7M) ATTK.ND I.A1IOR MKim.NU
About 700 labor men attended a
meeting In Scandinavian hall yester
day afternoon. Addresses wero mndo
by It. 11. Canterbury and othors. No
action was taken In connection with
the strike situation, according to un
CIRCUMSTANCES ALTER CASES AND SIGNS
, , Z
I Results of Week's Negotia
tions Hold Negligible;
British Plan Return
' OENOA. May l.. Tho economic
confercnen today stands a desolate
J hulk In the vision of an expectant
Out of a week's negotiating baa
coma the Hauler treaty of Ilapallo be
tween Germany and Russia, virtual
ly re-establishing the old order of
"balance of power", a decision to
continue the discussion of Russian
rehabilitation at Th0 Hague, and the
manifestation of an Irreconclllable
dlfforcnco between Oreal Britain and
Franco over tlio Russian question.
LONDON. May 15. It has been
Hcml-offlclully reported that Lloyd
George and the Urltlsh delegation at
(lenoa oxpect to return at the end of
th0 present week.
POLITICS AT FORUM
Meeting Will lie Turned Over to
Candidate for Office
The chamber of commerce for
um Wednesday noon will bo turn
ed over to tbo candidates running
for offlco In tbo primary election
In Klamath county.
The time will bo dlredcd equally
among tho candidates and each one
of them will be requested to an
nounce his platform or other mat
ters t Importance.
Candidates not wUhlnx.ta
themselves will be asked to hare
somoono speak for them, If they
desire. W. C. Can Emon will bo
chairman ot tho day, and It Is ex
pected that tho mcetlnc will be
qulto Interesting to those Interested
In local politics.
Letters to all tho candidates
wero mailed today, announcing the
purpose ot tho luncheon and asking
kthey be present.
NAME ESSAY WINNERS
Klamath. Kails Glrbj Come First
Among County Entrants
TORTLA.VD, May 15 Klamath
county winners In tho contest for
writing the best essays on tbo care
of teeth wero Claudlno M. Milter,
sixth grade, Vesta Bueslng, eighth
grade; Estrella Hilton, sixth grade;
Ruth Kllngenberg, seventh grade.
FOR SERVICES TO
Effort Toward Extension of War
Finance Corporation Meet Ap
proval of Magazine Kdttor
WASHINGTON. D. C, May 15.
Representative Nick Slnnott of Ore
son was given warm praise for his
service to the American farmers In a
voluntary letter received by him to
day from Jacob H. Taylor, Editor,
National Farmers' magazlns. tho of
ficial publication ot the Farmers Un
ion of America.
The purpose ot tho letter was to
thank Representative Slnnott for his
"prompt and effective attention to
the matter of extension of the war
flnsnee corporation." "It Is most
gratifying to know," continued the
editor of the National Farmers'
magaslne, "of your thorough Interest
as well as your decided stand In be
half of continuing this source of fin
ance service to American farmers un
til a permanent plan can be worked
out. Your oast service In bebalt of
tho aglrcultnral Interests has been
so dependable as to leave us with
the assurance that you would bo both
Interested and active In this Import
ant matter." "I want to commend
both you and your constituents on
your being In such Influential posi
tion and so dependable for the good
of the American farmer that you can
and will render Invaluable service In
this Important matter."
EXPLAIN UNIT PLAN
Much Interest Miowa at Meettsuj l
Dairy Friday Msht
Keen Interest In tbo county unit
plan was shown at a meeting In Dairy
Friday night when speakers explain
ed the workings ot the plan and
brought out Its good points. Among
tb speakers were Asa Fordyce. E. L.
Elliott. Wm. Marx. Charles W. Eber
leln and Fred Peterson, the lattor
leading the discussion.
Questions and answers frequently
heard at the county unit meetings
Would, any ot this board of flv
members of the county district be
from Klamath Falls?
No. No more than the Klamath
Falls board Is selected from the rur
al districts now.
Would this board be P!d?
No. There Is a provision mado to
pay mileage to meetings once a
In the refunding ot the school
bonds of the rural districts would the
school bonds ot Klamath Falls bo In
cluded? No. Klamath Falls would attend to
her own school affairs as always, and
handle bor bonded Indebtedness as
Does the county unit mean that all
rural schools must bo consolidated?
1 No. There Is no compulsion as to
consolidation. It may bo carried on
only whero feasible, and will bo only
as communities doslro It.
How would this affect rural high
Rural high schools would not bit
affected by this law In any way.
They would bo operated as at prcbont
by their own local boards.
Wbuld this tond to coufusdon the
presence, ot two boards?
Thor Is no more rcuhon to expect
contusion In this matter tbuu at tho
present tlmo with tho Smith-Hughes
toachors In tbo high schools co-operating
with tho local high school
LOCAL BOY HONORED
Marria Luca, Chosen for Place On
' V. of O. Track Meet
r UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, Eu
gene, May 15. Marvin Lucas, bon ot
F, M. Lucas, ot Klamath Falls, has
been cfiosen by Rill I lay ward as ono
of tho tbreo sprinters to ropresont
theUniversity ot Oregon at the U, of
O-O. A. C. track meet at CorvallU,
Saturday May 13. Lucas Is a member
ot the sophomore class in the univer
sity, and, was on the frosh track team
last rear. He Is a member ot tho
Delta Tau Delta fraternity and Is ma
Jorlnt lo commerce,
District Attorney Says Ha
Will Publish Names of
Those Holding Office
SAN FRANCI8CO. May IB. The
names or 20 city, county and stato of
ficials' belonging to the K. K. K. and
living In San Francisco will be made
public today, District Attorney Mat
thew Brady announced. Ton mom
be rs of tho police doonrtment, he
said, wero Included In the list.
"I do not desire to humlllste any
one In revealing these names." Brady
declared. "I nm doing so because I
regard tbo Ku Klux Klan M un
American and Illegal."
The district attorney contemplates
taking up tbo matter ot Investigating
the activity of tbo K,.K. K. with the
countr'grand Jury, ho Intimated.
It becamo known that tho. Hit re
ceived hero from District Attorney
Lee Woolwlno contained only 180
names and not 250 as had been re
ported. Brady said that of this num
ber CO wero not contained In the city
directory and ho had bees unable to
chack them up. Hfl added that he
thought more officials might bo In
cluded, and b0 was cndoavorlng to
obtain a corrected copy, bollovlng
that thcro had been some misspelling.
Tho names of the private cRUeas
will not bo revealed, Brady declared.
H0 explalnod' that ho bad wired DU- ,
trlct Attorney Woolwine and had
been told that be had net firm ouu
the names of the Los Angeled cltbieas .
William Ladew. supreme- i
homo Is In New York, announced
hero today ho would request the sus
pension of any member, of Iho ordor
found to belong to tbo Ku Kjux Klan.
MEADOW CO. REPLYS
Answer I Filed to Frond Charges
Drought By State of Oregoa
Answer by tho Klamath Mea
dows company was filed this 'morn
ing In tbo land fraud case ot tho
Stato ot Oregon against Alva C.
and Ida F. Manterff, and the
Klamath Meadows company, in an
attempt to rccovor 7500 acres ot
lands In 16 sections of township
It Is expected tthat tho case wilt
bo tried hero tho latter part ot this
month or tbo first par of June. It
was tiled May 16, 1921 by the
State Attorney Goncral.
Appropriate Services Held ' i All
Churches; Attcndanco Large
Mothcr'st)ay was observed In local
churches yostorday with appropriate'
services, and largo crowds were re
ported by all pastors.
Of tho 2S0 who attended the
Christian church, said the Rov. A. B.
Bristow, 100 wero mothers.
Tho Mothodlst church was crowd
ed said tho Her. S. J. Chanoy. Flvo
now iinonibora wore, baptized. Tho
Sunday school attendanco was 211.
Thoro was special music and tho sor
mou topic was In honor of tho moth
ers ot tho land.
Tho I'ersbytcrliin church also bad
a largo attendanco.
Weight Held Essential
To Defend Court Houtaa
That Klumath couuty must require
a cortaln physical standard In its
governing body wuh tho common! of
ono ot tho porlpatotlc philosophers,
who mako tholr hoadquarters In the
Imporlal hotel lobby, us Judge Bun
noil and Commissioner Short wero ,
obsorvod Hurroundcd by u flock of
rout? machinery salesmen, say"tho
Though Short y numo, his alti
tude is botween six and seven feet,
corresponding to that ot bit col
league, Bunnell. 'Under this grsat (
height both mon carry an arokrdu
pois of aome .23 stone., "rasswie," ,
continued the commemtator, ; "tbat
it Is necessary to hare biff."
men to defend, all three COIirtkMMM
owned b'y tip eoiini'K" ' ' ''",'"