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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1922)
TOMOIIT AMI HATI'lttlAV I'Allt,
mount ToMuiir in i:,ht con.
THIN WITH LIGHT lilONT
NEWS OF THE WORLD
Member of the Associated Press?
rii'dniii Vniiv .Vii, jia7
TO HE TERMS
Proposition to Return Un
der Nine-hour Schedule
Is Voted Down
No M'Uli'ini'in of lliu lumber slrlko
idluutlon wii remind In Hut (iinfcT
omit I'liiwi'i.ii operator mill former
i'iiiplo)i', lulled by I' H iiiniiilie
slollur of L'imrllliitloli I! I' Mntnli,
v Itlt-ti wii hold In tlm circuit court
room taut night. TIio meeting wns
I'lillcit (it 7 :i nml muled about
1 1 .10.
A iiiohhI of lliu operator to re
union on ii nine-hour haul wwi oIpiI
down by tlin strikers. IIS lit 2 A
tutiil nf I '.'I vote wrro cnnl, one. hal
lot Ih'Iiik defective. Tim operntor
iilmi agreed to return on no eight
Imiir schedule when it majority of the
California plant hail iluiii likewise,
meantime basing tlm vriiKn mi Hi ii
highest iixcr.iRn t'ullfornlii wage. A
new himi nuitii of 13 2ll for nine
liuiim twin iiniuiiinreil, whlth iiiiiiiiiiiIh
In 3a ."'. I rriilN r hour mm romp.ir
ml to tlm former m-hIu u( $2 u per
ilitr or 3R iiiiiIk per Imur.
Operator itlitttt tluit nit ull former
employe not working ol prem-nt
uro liivlli'il to attend tint meeting.
tlm nnl) ioiirliilitii to hoLlniwn Injj,, flllt w.r). f(,iii,clmmi. llm mayor
that nil Hlrlkcrn left In tlm illiitlrit
Mint hae not lelnnieil to work were
piitMcnt. 121 In all OptiratoiH
ilerlaro I hat a total of CIO men
nru nl "or I. In tlm liunlr Imliulry
In Ivl.nnatli roiiniy anil that they am
tterklm: nlim lionri or Ioiikit. TliU
iiiiiiiher. I hey nay. ilm not Inrlinle
planlit In Siirthern California thai
ntn now vvorkliiK nliout full forci.
Tlm miTiliiK at onlurly tlirciiRli
out. neliher nliln Rhlnifiioiirro to any
I'roni lleml Will Ntuily I'lno
I le I hi CiiiiipnlKO llrrn
, II I.uiihIih: riuinli. forest tmper
vIkiit or tlm 1'enchnton nntlonitl for
out. Ill it liitlvr written from llendi
Ori'Kon, .May fi. aililriMnfil rto lliu
Klamath Torrid I'mlrrtlvo uiitorln
llun. mlvlneil that u party of lumber
men ami hlnuelf wiiulil rrch Klum
nlli rounty nliniit Juno 3 to mako n
Minly of tli lioiiiln flRlil Im'Iiik con
ilucteil Imro ilinler tlin direction of
tlio hiireau of imlonioliiRy nml Hio
Klamath l'nrwl l'roletlvti nwiocla
lion. In tlm part) will Im I'UMl (iarrhoil
of tlin lloK'Ttt l.nntlier romp.uiy; J
II. Mi'lMnr of'filmvlln-IIUon l.timlwr
loniiMiiy; J II llmmr of tlm On
tral Out.oh I'lf" I'Mlrol inMiclallnii,
V. IhiKliau of tlio (lllilirlht l.umlr
rompany and II. l.mmliiK l'lunili.
Tlmy lll l'i "I l"ln I'roitrenl on
Juno I. mnl ""inn '"'" t,l,,r" f,,l't
to Klamatli county.
r in uddltlon In oliMtrvliiK tlm ork
Jmrii tlm lumlmmicti will Htm In (Im
Uri'Mint dlMlrlct to nolo tlm rcnultti
of mi iixporliimnt In Imotlo control
wlil,cli In to Im umlortnkt'ii by l
hliau. Ilo will try tlio ri-imlt of u
IlKlit liurii. ono which will ilcntroy
any InsiiriM which mny hao lodr.nl
In Iho Kround hut which la not ituwn
MioiiRh to Injuio tlm tlmhor.
Tlm plim bpntlu han In-en iimlnr
iiurviilllanco In DcbchutoH county for
iiiivnr.il vara. '"'I particularly ilurliiK
Ihn last 10 inonthH Imvii hla iicIIoiih
heon nrriillulwil with nrowliiR huh-
plri Much of tho lnf(ttllon, how-
onr. It lum hituii iliilnrinlni-il, Ih hy
n typo of "Iiiik" which chiefly ntlmkK
tlm ImlRiipoloH und JurkplnoH, re.
iiultlm: In tlm ilwilli r yi",w l,",H
only wlmn tho IninirU uttuctt In over
Tho CycUfHloiimiKratih nt llmltir-
-l WOOO H llliiiuiii. j
Iiiih ruconlpil hut
llttlo chuiiKo In
tloim durliiK tho
puKt H hourri
which Ih luillciitlvo
of u contliiumico
of proHunt conill
tlqim, Korocuat for nnxt
wouthnr with mod-
Tho Tycod roconlliiR thurmniuotor
rnKlHturod maximum and minimum
tomporutiiroH, today,, u (ollewa:
illKh ' !
Low , , 4ft
two kiu.ld when (ah
i:.vi'I,oii:h in iuhvaiiii
CAMIIItllKIL', Mann, May
19 - Two iimn wijro killed, ono
critically hurl ,uml fnur less
mrli)iinly Injured by u gii,, ex
plosion In dm li.iHi'iimiit of ill''
Joffornon physical laboratory
llnrviirit llnlvorMly todny, Tlm
ili'inltiirn A. I). Diiuluir, it fol
low for ri'Ki'arili In eiiKlriior
Iiik, ami WIIIIiiiii Connoll, a
carpenter In llm ImlMlii,:.
TAKES ACTION ON
KU KLUX MENACE
Oiiliian(. I'rolilhlln Public At
peal am o of Mmtkril IVixuih!
Mi)or (Ittivi Plainly Nctlliil
MUDFOItl), May .IS - Tlm illy
(oiinrll lust meeting panned an drill
nnucu which wont Into ffict at ouf
an nn emergency iiinaaurn "for the
llMliii'illnto preservation of tint poacu
aiul safety of tlm city of Medford,"
prohibiting under tmnvy penally any
person or person wearing mask or
other dlngulncn on tlm street or In
a public iihicc, except when utteiidlug
n pulilli' or ptlvute mxlal entertain-
While In tlio ordinance lint word
Ku Klux Kl.tn In not iiiciillonpil )et
It In no drawn nn to apply to Unit or
guiiltntlou nml to pruvent It mom
hem or any part of Ihein wearing In
pulillr their mask anil other regalia
ami alt pcrnon present thoroiiRhb
uiiilernland that Iho ordlliaure wan
aimed nt lh.t local Ku Klux Klun.
Mayor (' I! (Jiitm m In iRtmr
anro of tho fact that ituch n propoed
nrilliiMici' wan koIur to ho Introduced
or wuh In t'xlKtencit until It wan read
hy II. :. Kelly, an n rltltrn nppcariiiR
luiforit tlm council. Tlm ma)or. who
hy ri'Mioii of liU nppenrlnr Itrfori
tlm Ku Klux Klan rcciitly hy Imi
tation nml tltnenlnn thi ImdyV
wnrklnK In tinier lo make n politic
report of II doliiRii, ftp., wan made
nn honorary Klan iiirmbur. Ilenm
tlm koepliiK hliu In iRnormirn ot what
wan contemplated laul nlKht
Tho maor wnn plainly nettled
wlii'ii tlm onllnanr,, wan read hy Col
iinel Kelly nml nvcrwImlmlnK mmiII
input wan, hIiomii In Hit favor. He
hlmnelf had In li In pulillc report nn
tlin Klan inei'tlnR hukki'.iUmI that lhi
Klan nhould altolUh tlm nuink What
imotpil UN Honor, howover, nrcnnl
Iiir to hln utatPinonl, wan tho fact
that llm contPiuplntPil lucanurit wan
kept nccrct from him mid thpn wan
Inlroducpil In an IrrpRUlar rouncll
nmnlc nmiiner hy mi outsider.
BUREAU HEAD COMING
O. U llowanl. Noti-tl Kntoiiiolo.
Blt, lo Im VIllor Hero
Word w.im rocelvpil today that Dr.
L. O. HoiMinl, chief of tlm llurp.iu
of KuloumloRy at WmihliiRlou, l. L' ,
coiiNldcriid tho world'ii iiionI noted
pulomoloRlit, would vl.ilt. Klamath
r.illn on Monday, May 21, on n trip
of lunppctlon In conupctlon with tho
plim hpctlo flRht now In proKrosn
At tho pamn time J. M. Miller, Pa
cific coitKt reprphvntatlvo of tho Dr
eau of nntomoloRy and V. A. Klllott,
of S.ipiu, nt a to 'lorontiT, will
ho hero to tako up inatlpm pertain
Ini; to Jim Htnlo'H portion of tlm
It wan explained hy P. I', Keen,
of WmihlUKtou I). C' who Ih In
charRo of Iho local work for tho bur
eau, thnl tho llureau of Kutomoloi;y
Iwm JurlKillctlon over ull nreiiH whore
lufpcteil plant, tren mill crop condl
Houh piovall, of which tho plno hoello
work Ik n ery Important branch, nml
hi recelvliiR tho utmost attention.
NAME NEW TEACHER
Mlks Tlni)Pr llii) in 1 Will Hue
iii'il MInh VlrKll, economic Depl.
At u uieellUK of tho school boiird
IiihI Monday, Minn Thnyer Itnymoud,
of itnymoud, Wellington, wiih up
pointed liiKtructor In homo nennn
iiiIch In Ihn elty hcIiooIh, succeedlnit
MIsh Funny Virgil, who him resigned
uftor holding tho pohIIIoii for Hoveral
yeni'H. MIhk Tluiyor wua gniduiitud
from 0. A. C. und Iiiik beau liiHtruc
tor In tho South Demi, Wellington
CHAUTAVgilA Ol'HXH TVKHDAY
Tho Chuuliuiqua opoiih hero or,
Tunsilny, Mny 23, nml not Sunday,
Mny 21, iih wii nnnotiured yoHtenlny,
Precinct 1 HrownH carpenter shop, corner First and
Precinct 2 lialin's second-hand store, between
Second and Third on Main.
Precinct 9 Upstairs in old courthouse.
Precinct 'I Perkins furniture store, Sixth and
Precinct 6 Public market building, Ninth and
Precinct (5 Slater rooming house, Main between
Tenth 'and Kleventh.
Precinct 7 Old Worden building, corner Twelfth
Precinct 8 Old Charlie DeLap house, Eleventh and
Precinct 10 Residence hall.
Precinct 10 Residence of Mrs. B D. Yancy, Ship
pington. Polls close at, 8 o'clock.
For members of the republican national committee,
Ralph E. Williams and 0. H. Fithian.
For congress, N. J. Sinnott and James H. Gwinn.
For governor Charles Hall, J. D. Lee, Ben W. 01
cott, I. j. Patterson, George A White and Louis E. Bean.
For state treasurer, Thos. F. Ryan and 0. P. Hoff.
For justice of the supreme court, John McCourt,
John L. Rand, George S. Shepherd and Geo. H. Burnett.
For superintendent of public instruction, J. A. Chur
For commissioner of the bureau of labor statistics
and inspector of factories and workshops, C. H. Gramm
and Win. A. Dalziel.
For commissioner of the public service commission,
F. B. Lavman, J. R. Theihoff and Thomas K. Campbell.
Forjudge of circuit court, thirteenth judicial dis
trict, Klamatli county, a. u. L,eavui anu a. u. quiuu.
For state representative, twenty-first representative
district, including Crook, Deschutes, Jefferson, Klamath
and Lake counties, J. M. E'ell, of Klamath county, H. J.
Overturf of Deschutes and Denton 0. Burdick of Des-
For county commissioner, C. J. Martin and Asa
For county assessor, A. L. Wisnard.
For democratic national committee, Will R. Ring
and J. M. Morrow.
For conirress. James Harvey Graham.
For governor, Webster Holmes, Walter M. Pierce,
WillE. Purely and Harvey G. Starkweather.
For judge of circuit court, thirteenth judicial dis
trict, Klamatli county; R. C. Groesbeck.
For state representative, twenty-first district, R. E.
Bradbury of Klamath county and Harry W. Card of Jef
ferson. For county assessor, W. T. Lee.
" SPECIAL BALLOTS
County school unit plan. ,
Recall of Fred A. Williams. T. M. Kerrigan of Jose
phine county recall candidate-
hti:i:i mi:.v to Mi:irr
WASlllNtlTON, May '111 Attor
ney (lener.'il Dnugherly Iiiih Invited
reprCHOliliitltCrt of tho eight si col
companion named In Iho hoiiuIo res
olution directing nn Inquiry Into
tho proposed merger to meet with
him Saturday to discuss plans for
AMD Yoo MAKfi TmC Life Of
IO,0Utf,0OlC0ll,0UV, OCB3 NUCRABlf
BY CMMiMli ThCM orp tbuR
I "AIN'T .IT A GRAND AND GLORIOUS FEELING" I I ByBRIGGS,
IJWMism TOW fliwe, you 5 . AMD bu Clcau OUT A -And You JvwtiP oyT "TVT
euosHBs, hops (fSft JOii P4,t;B;i L4M I'JTO tmSB .7
IVWXH, OltKOO.V, I'ftllM V, .MAV
WIISO.V IIM'KS FOItll
WASlllNtlTON. 1). C. May 13.
Act'epl.ini'o hy tho goernmout of
Pord'H offer for tho duvclopmcut of
MubcIo Shoal project was recom
mended to tho uenato agriculture
commlttpo last night by Thomas A.
IMIbon. who recently survcyod the
' fcD THfft You acfinf r
CtraN up amd paint u
EVCHT THING TOU XIW ND TDU
UOUD CXAf-trLC TO TVWM
ciGHBoas . y 1
l(lal aBaM 1 H"
jJL ?Z- r.'CIOMBOl - si V
"lvrFN ii'Ki. rrz S f f 1 Ca.
Attempt to Gain Members
Shown; U Austrian and
Not U. S. Citizen
Loulo DavlH, I W. W, orgHnlzor
wan nrrcdtcil In McDonald' Peel hall
latn lam nlRht and lodged In tho city
At tho tlmo of arrvAt Davis wag
IbitrlbutlnR I. W. W. literature.
When Moarchod nt tho police itatlon
credential of tho order were found
on him declaring hlfn to bo an organ
Itod and having authority to nollclt
members. A receipt book dlacloied
fh-Q now mcmborahlp slnco March
20, the lait onboInK taken on May
12 for Chan. McCoy. In each caio a
membership fe0 of $2 wag receipted
for. The nrrcst was made by Srerlff
Low. Chief of polleo Wilson, Petrol
man Mcl.oughlln and a Southern Pa
cific railroad dctcctlvo.
Davis refused to talk and It vu
only after a hard grilling that Infor
mation was obtained that he bad
boen In tho United States for 11
years, coming here from Austria, and
that ho had not yet taken out nny
citizenship papers or made nny ut
tempt to do so, Ilo refuse to glvp
hi a co hut would appear to he about
40 year of ago, of slender bul'd and
wearing a flowing mustache common
Id mon of his nationality. Ho vras
locked In th0 "dark" cell lost night
and kepi HCparato from otlmr prison
er. STUDENTS GRADUATED
Commencement KvprcUm am Held
Hy Honnnrn High Nchool '
Ilonanza high school commence
ment exercise at tho Methodist
church In llonania last night were
marked by a largo attendance Stu
dent graduated were I.ynn llorton
and Hilda Hamakcr.
Following tho Invocation by the
Itev. Dlx, both graduates spoke. They
wem followed by other speakers. In;
eluding It. C. Croesbcck, who spoke
on "The Personal Ooal," telling his
listeners tlin evil effect of hatred
and rancor In tho dally life. Diplomat
wore presented by Prof. Hatch.
A pleasing featuro of Iho evening
was tho music by a Donania trio of
Tho llonania high school dtirlnr.
tho past year Is reported to hare en
joyed an unusually successful admin
istration. Tho educational standard
ha been high, It was bald, while
tbo uthlctlc department, und4r Prof.
Luhko, out-dUtanced all other county
school In certain sport.
ItOMK HOSPITAL llUKNr)
HOME. May 19. A disastrous
flro swept tho historic hospital of
San Splrlto hero early today. Six
teen bodies were extracted from tho
I ruing at 7:30 this morning,
Jo -.! osschvcd n.t f tw.r
OHH HM'BOYl!? aimt it
.! - Vs Jf t J
VKTKCTIVKH TO I'llOVK
ItWOKTKI) 5LiltllM(li: OP
ACTOIt TO MIH.H lll'DNTT
1,03 AKQBLIvS, May 19.-
Two district attorney' offlco
detective wortt to Mcxlcill to
4 day to Investigate the reported
4 marriage there of Rudolph Vol-
entlno and Winifred Hudnut.
The detective plan to atop at
Palm Springs, Itlversldo county,
to ascertain whether Valentino
and Miss Ifudnut stopped at a
hotel there Tuesday night upon
4 tbclr return from Moxlcnll.
LLOYD GEORGE SEES
FROM GENOA PARLEY
Oopn" IJrclareil to Havo
Grown- Final Adournment
Of Confprrnco Calleil
GKNOA, May 13. The economic
conforenco adjourned at 1:11 this
this aftornoon. Lloyd Gcorgo In a
valedictory address said the confer
ence had gathered "fine crops, namo
ly, a meeting to be bctd at Tho
Hague, tbo non-agrcsstve pact, and
report of finance, transport and
economic commissions, which he said
alone Justified holding the confer
ence. Lloyd George warned Russia that
Europe was gradually filling tho gap
left by Russia' dcclfne, but that it
was sad to see million or Russia's
people In despair and starvlnr.
"When a man seels goods," declar
ed Lloyd Gcorgo, "be expect the buy
er to pay for them, when man loam
monoy ho expects the borrower to
repay, and when a man aaka for a
second loan ho must repay the first
ono. Said It was unwise to arguo for
a repudiation of debts when one
want to borrow more money. '
Foreign Minister Tchltcherln In re
plying aald oven Lloyd Georgo'a elo
quenco could not convert tho Russian
people, who have other prejudice.
For Instance, "If one's neighbor
burns down one'a tdo'ie heubifld
oar for the datnago," ho said. "How.
ever, the Russian would continue
their efforts for peace."
District CTialnnea and Block
Captain Asked to Attend
A general meeting of tho division
al chairmen, district chairmen and
block captains ot tbo Anti-Litter
week forces will bo held In tho cham
ber of commerco room this evening
at 8 o'clock. Immediately following
tho Episcopal guild dinner.
A program for every dny In the
week will bo discussed, tht disposal
ot the rubbish, care of vacant lots
and other matters of Importance In
connection with tho campaign will
bo taken up.
The men's division, under H. N.
Moe, and tho women' division, su
pervised by Mr. Wm. Ganoug, havo
been completed, and Hugh Currln,
chairman of tbo juvenllo division,
lack only a fow chairmou of having
his forces completely organized.
Following I tho outllno ot tho
various districts and tbo names of
men, women and Juvenllo chairmen:
District No. 1, territory west of
Center, Juniper nnd Ewauua streets.
Including territory on both side o!
California avenue. Geo. Ulrlch, Mr.
D. V. Kuykendall und John Uehrllug
District No. 2, territory between
district No. 1 nnd Third stroet, A. M,
Collier and Mr. R. E. Wright. Ju-
vahM. ,.linl,n,ntt iinnnnnlntefl.
District No. 3, territory betwooil
Third and Fifth stroets, Claud Davis,
and Mrs. R. 11. Dunbar. Juvenllo uu
District No. 4, territory hot ween
Flfjh und Sovcntli stroets, J. K.
Bwansen anil Mis Clara Civlklus.
District No. S, territory between
Sevonth nnd Ninth htreots. Dr. C. V.
Fisher, Mrs. C. V. Fisher, an4'ito!uml
District No. 11, terrltoiy between
Ninth and 11th stroets to Canal. J.
S. Batoman, Mrs. Geo. Grlzilo, For
rest Colson, chairmen.
District Ko. 7, uutiroau nuuui'jni
including territory botwoon Eleventh
street and canal. Frank N, Ingwcr
gen, Mrs. 0. I. Wright, Arrltlo Mich
District No. 8, torrltory north ot
canal from Lakeview to railroad. J,
Brockenbrough, Mrs. DurgoW. Ma
son, Juvenllo unappolnted.
District No. 9, Mills addition, W.
H, McPherren, Mrs. E. A. Hawkins,
Pick Cleveland, chairmen,
(Contluued on Page Throe)
PMUH FIVE OKNTR
Speakers Laud H. S. Edi
fice, Praise Each Other
Oratory soared high, wldo and
handsomo In tho Scandinavian hall
last night at tho Good Government
league "mass" meeting, attended by
no less than 100 person. When the
clock struck eight, 22 mon and four
women Jammed the ball. At 8:30
about 80 had drifted In, this number
being augmented by 15 or 20 strag
glers. H. S. Grigsby proslded and 11.
A. Emmltt did moit of the talking.
Emmltt opened tho meeting by ex
plaining tbo purpoios ot tho leaguo.
which ho said woro ntm-polltlcnt. Ho
qualified this, however, by saying the
leaguo bad found It necessary to In
terfere Impolitic. Ho said the-pur-poio
ot tho meeting was to "talk
over tho financial situation and talk
over tho league."
Following these Introductory re
marks, Wm. Marx was called on
Marx suggested call'ng candidates on
tho opposing ticket. Mart'n, Lcav
lit and Groesbeck wero called.
".Call Martin hard," someono ug
gested. This appeared to bo tho cue for
E. I). Hall, who aroso and expUtned
that Martin wax at another meeting
which ho bad promised to attend be
foro tbo league challenge was Issued.
When It was learnod that Martin
wan speaking at Mill school, Em
mltt remarRcd: "Then ho can set
hero a well a w0 can." '
Tho remark was greeted by titters.
Emmltt then launched Into a laud
alorr ncc"5unt'6f 'thovacWSnplls1ittnu
of tho county court, becoming equal
ly disparaging in his remark anent
Martin. Ho referred to Martin' can
didacy as an attempt to "sneak" Into
offlco and make troublo for tbo coun
ty court, Tho county court bo held up
to hi listener as a body actuated
only by tho noblest motives.
"Martin," Emmltt assorted, "would
not stand for tbo things tbo county
court stands for. This movo Is more
ly a schomo to get ono of their mon
In offlco, then goodbye Hot Springs'
This statement was grcotod by a
laugh, but whether with or at tho
speaker was difficult to determlno.
"I bava never found one slnglo
man not ono slnglo man who could
glvo mo a reason why tho Hot
Spring court houso should not be
built," Emmltt continued. Ho then
launched Into a tirade against tho
"Hog Combine". Ho also brought up
tbo matter ot compromising, saying:
"I don't bcllovo in layjng down Just
for tho sako of peace,"
Emmltt' mind now wandorcd Into
patriotic chanuols and ho compared
tbo World war with tho court houso
war In an endoavor to bring out tuo
fact that a chap should hold out for
what's right. From this flight h0 re
turned to 'court house finance, then
drew- a glowing word picture of tbo
Hot Springs' odlflcc.
"Why, that building's u sight,
standing up thero on that knoll," ho
.assorted. "You can i;co It from tho
railroad and everything. Tako that
other building, now; you can't aeo It
from two blocks nway!"
TIiIh mot with tho approval ot,
many In tho andlenco, who apparent
ly iimlcrtitood tho advantage of bo
ing able to view a court houso from
tho Chlloquln flyer.
Emmltt nttomptod to explain that
tho county court was not doing (tho
"flgbtln' ". 'Thoy aro Just trying to
koop'om off," ho declared, 11"
thought it wtiuld nil bo settled If ths
"othor sldu" would Blmply withdraw
tho Ward suit.
In this couiicctluu, ho carryback to
(Continued on Page Two)
GALE STRIKES COAST
Two Covornient Ship Anhoro ea
Lone Islumli Mner in Hunger
NEW YORK, May 13, Driven hy
a vicious gala, two government ships,
Eaglo boat number 17 and the army
steamer, Goneral John W. WllklM,
wereN ashore today on Long; Island
and reported to bo breaking up. Thi
galo caused a havoo along the eosit
and even the' Giant AqultaaU, Is
bound, wn In dangor for limn.