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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1922)
NEWS; OF THE WORLD
IONIUM'!' AN!) Tt'WDAV, IWIIt
Member of the Associated Press.
ririiiiitii vt ,i.iiiiuit
K I.AM ATI! I'AM.H.OIIKOON, MOMIAV. M,V IK!, lltta.
I'lllCK MVE CKJCTH
OLCOTT HELD VICTOR
III KHTH GO
mcmiiui or rvriin
IMIll.M.MCNT IS Hlior i
ns . 'io in sim;ssi
t Mnrtin and Lcnvitt Increase
Lead Over Two Oppos
Complete roptibltcaii re
turns for the primary elec
tion in Klamath county
compiled tin's afternoon
gave the follewing:
IIIXIWKT, Mny 22 Kill
Iiik Inlay nf W. J Tumldi-ll. ii
mi'inliiT tint I'lHinr pit i 1 1 it iimii t .
who huh shut ulillii nil hU way
In IiiikIihism, iiiiihi'iI Die Ini.ii-
iili'o nf ii iiiiiiilfrilii In (Mr
Jiiiiiiim t'nilit, pri'inliT, iitilinliiir-
ll)i: It "IHtIiiI ciililni'l liii'i'Mni:
Tim premier iii'i luri'il "Jiii u.
trlli'iiiim wiim (.illcil for
Governor's Secretary Says
Race Conceded to Governor
MORE NAMES ARE
ADDED TO PETITION
; Olcott is conceded the nomination by from. 500 to
1 1,000 votes, according to Governor Olcott's secretary,
iwho was reached by telephony at 2:10 this afternoon.
1-1 tnul uirliinllu Mil thn atrtln Ana in aiIi 4nra nvrtmrt
a a auiu suMa uii tail 0i nua ttimi -. &
, of n few Eastern Oregon counties, which were expected
to increase Olcott's lead. Olcott was ahead 75 votes at British
thai time, he said. Collides
M OM I
24? ARE SAVEDJi
GKOItUIA HK.VATOIl Oi'l'VMH
TO FlfJIlT WHIJX IIISI't'TK
ovi:k appointment orcriw
(II) AimmIiiNiI I'm-s)
PORTLAND, May 22. A tabulation of 21 counties
FOR AMERICAN PLAN comP'eto n"d 1S incomplete at 2:30 today gave Hall
i, o, uicou ii.quj, a lead or 1Z5 lor Ulcott, compared
riiiniiiiiiri' MniiiH-r s.i) Mii Ah- with a lead of 85 in the last preceding compilation.
WASHINGTON, May 22,
appointments in (J.orl start-
nl a hot exchange In tho sen-
, atn today between Wnlson,
democrat, Georgia, and Phlpps,
republican, Colorado with the
result that business wun dls-
1 j rupted several minuter, after
, . I which the two iienators took tho
Oteashmip Egypt controveny Into tho corridor,
With French i wl th" (icorKla nntor of
lonng a personal coinuai
Ship; Americans Lost
Vulllllliir Mutirio; Winkers Nnl
Aillti During i:irilliiii
OPEN TUESDAY WITH
TRIO OF MUSICIANS
1 IIIIKST. May 22. -Ninety-eight ,
; persons arc missing and 212 were
1 saved .of those aboard the Hrltlsh
r.... . .r .. , . . . .'xteainMhln Kgypt when It sank oft
1'UKILANU, May 4. I, By Associated Vtctt) bee-'thp ManA of UllhBnt Saturday night ""K Trnt "'" Krrctrtlj ItcasoTW
sawing back and forth, the lead for the republican nom- , following a collision with the French' r iniblicV Appreciation
inntinn for nnvrrnnr wnncr hpfwi'on Hall nnA fil-rH ! str.-imer Seine. tAceordlne to latest . Arc 1'olntril Out
. , .w.. . .. -... W.W-. - ----- .. - ,
1 official figure.
Two American women, Mrs. ML.
Sibley and Mini V. M. Hoyer. "ad-
TRREE TO ONE
People Exercise Power for
First Time; Williami
Loses to Kerrigan
Ciwinn . ..
J. M. Kxcll
Mirny iiiiini'ii urn helm; added to
tint I'liilonii'ini'iil or ill" Aimiriciii , j
I pluii. nnnrdliiK to II C. Wltlirtiw I ., . . ,. . t .
of Hi., iiii.im riiuiiiiiiii'P. who m)! A compilation early this afternoon from 20 complete
tlini iiwiiu; to ilin iiiiiimi iin nun-' counties gave Olcott 85 lead. Olcott 42,367, Hall
iiilttcii hui' nut In i.n iicthn 111 k I-, 42,28.
iriiinr. but inivo 1.....11 in nreipt Olcott carried Benton, Deschutes, Hood River, Klam-
of many w,i.,i.,.r .iRimr. Tin, ... aU LJ Marion Morrow, Sherman, Wasco, Washing-
lotting nainin hmi ndded alnrn . L. , ... ' .. ,, ' . . ,, ', 1
, t pui.iirntion' ton an" Yamhill. Hall carried Clackamas, Columbia,
v I' Ji.hnnnn. 1. a uvm. 1, it Coos, Curry, Douglas, Josephine, Lane, Multnomah and
N'ormun, . H Hlonitli. J l Jnek-i Crook.
Min. J M MiClellan. II II l.ooli.y Qf counties whom rMni-n nre Inrnmnlrle Hall S v-
drcea unknown, nro among
CAMP IDEA POPULAR
Office,. IScllftr Many Will Attend
Cnmp Iclt ThU Summer )i
Work of erecting tb0 Chautaunua
tent en Pine street near Klhth b
lbo gun this morning and tho slx-da-
session will open tomorrow after
noon at 2MB. Tho Taylor-Stcelman-Marrlncr
trio nf musicians Is tfe
first big attraction, Tho ercn'n
performanco Is scheduled to start at
In an interview in tho El Pa-5
Herald Dr Henry Van Valkcnburr'
advances reasons for the bold the
Athletics, personal hygiene, spe-
.! I n.ai.lml nltiln MAil l 1 -t
L I1 tl,.lIA Al Mulling II I I . .. . . ... " .. . ," "-v. .- n ---
1 . 11 '.!,.. n 1 iiiu.r.i r 1 peded to curry Llatcop, UmatlKIn nnd Illlamook. . OI- Ipervlslon nnd loclaj activities arc
llaURlr. .M llnllKH. ii I IllDiHil. I, . .t . ni n:U n . u li-rf.i In Ihn rlllAn mlllOrv
i it..i 11 t ti...i k 11 , ...tit. 1 wil la uAucLiL-u Lu Luiiv uonvit vjiiiiiiciii. vmraiii.. iiarucv. itviu4vU v. ...-... ,, ...-,,
1I.I'I1IH,I 14- IMIIIIIh, II ' 11 III I' I ' 1 ' ,
; hdi. 1:. 1. Hopklnx. c v Holme. uacKson, Jctrcrson, utkc, Lincoln, ivialhcur, folk, Union,
1;. 11. jffii'rsnn. a- Muimi'iiiiii. r. 1 yvauowa ana wnecicr. .. . ...... . 1 . h said
J,""!,'' h'",". mml'T?.'... rviiy The rC8U,t may n0t be knOWn unliI an official can- Powell of Portland, hero yerte'rlay! " the rodcst. Wg
Kouthwill. J I. HhlrK. Hanlliiry Mar- .. .kl. ...Ml I l u.. L e .. ..i. . .. .. ,a1. Hst. most diversified program In In-
has been received with enthusiasm tellectual and nesthelc euIiiro pr
trninlnir camn to bn conducted at Chautauqua system as upon public
I Camp Lewis July 27 to August 25, appreciation. Among other things
will not be completed be
fore late today of the dem
ocratic county unit and re
INSTALL MUD PUMP
Aiii.tli-r Kffort Will lli Mmln lo
flHik Wnlrr In Mliiiirni Wrll
Work ull I ho ri'nutiic'l at ln
KlnuiMis rll with I ho luidnlliitlnii
uf n mud lingi' n puiiip tinrd In (uri'ii
mini ilottn through llio raking nnd
up Into llio crt'vlcr. Hum hhultlng
off tho flow o( water. Tint pump
linn nrrlvi'd hero, and will tin ili
Ihnri'il nl I ho writ at onrc, accord-III)-
in Nrll Cuiuphcll, driller.
Acllvltleii at llio welt iro Him
pi'inlrd In Nmrmlior, hou nil tf
furlii In rhnck tint wutnr fulled
t.'i'iiieiit uiiH Ineffective, Cumphell
till lil . liocatlHi) of tho depth of tho
cruvlciiH, Willi tho mud pump high
premium will bo lined to forco inuil
lull llio crovlcerf until they nro com
plutnly filled, whan cement wilt bn
Hiii'd to nuttl off tho water. Tim
pump in attached to tho top of tho
nmlng 11 ml power U supplied by tho
Itt'TH'H l-'IIUST IIOMI.'H
M'.W, VOIIK, Muy 32. lluliu
UiiIIi'h first homer uf (IiIh noanun
ciiiiio In tho eighth InuliiR today In
Hi" Kiiluo with Ht. I.onla, Noim wna
Tliu Cyclo-BtoriniiKrapl tit 'Hit-
. TT I uurnuuu 11 1 11 ii-i-
m. imtcy rvglHturud a
ML, decided fall in
UTo IhlH inornliiK
IndlcntliiR tho ap
proach of uuothor
Forecast for next
Htornt browing In
Tho Tycoa re
etur reglHtered maximum and mini
mum lompornturos today, oh follows;
' ii 1.. 1. .111
vna ukirli uill l. mnJ. U.. tL .-..-.. C . !;
k.-t. limit IVrklns. (' I'. Mason. II.'," ""' ""..... w, .. mrcMiy 01 swe wiuim
11. Itamm-y, Mm a. M McNeaiy. v JU day a.ler election, unless the latest returns give a
11. Kees. chiud 11. Davis, c 11. i.usk, more definite lead for either candidate.
Wi. It. Iloyd. Houston A. Jekter. (!eo
Hilton, It i:. Htluson, I. C Moore,
(Itirtrude & Co , Olnevla N Moo, Fred
l.lndberg. () T)er, V I' I'Iitmiii
IIIIICH .ll'UV IMSAIiltKKS
I.OH A.N(1I:I.I:H, May 22 The
Jury trying Arthur ('. Iiurch for mur
der of J Helton Kennedy dls.ir.recd
(inlay nod wua dlncharged
.... - ...i- .1... u 14 ma-.i.. n
In nil parta of tho state, and be- """ lu "" ""' " """""" ".
1... ihn r.mn win bo attended hv cause It is democratlomada tor all
m PORTLAND, May 22.-Tabulation at noon today -l '.Ih "U"S J1. "it.ta.WSirihiift tt.
trini IN nnmii n i niifl IS nnnmn nn nnun no r..,n XJn II I -" r - -.... .....
V.r" -WV" ""v " " "''"kl:w.u"a.B.s,n": "a" but manr o
In tholr first atato-wldo oxerrlre
of tho far-famed Oregon recall, the
Htffenf Uh7ji commonwealth yoted
by njr inn"ttAtt)rnith.'Xt .tho
m9l3h.Jf fjrti flCTV COt)
K 4 Tfi'?T('"1e6mmif'6?'
hts nprnr'ntlrlit - ", '
by a vote In fie rstlo of itct t
Fred O tlttchtel co-n''n-e''
ninnlng nock and ne-k v'th 'Vw
Merny In re'urns fro wthn state '
McCov Is abort 2nfl vole t"
good by reisn of "ls nl"elir
Ur-th comm'ss'oicr stcitlf ' -''e't'en
fro"i ' c't'ee "i "
wn favored 'n ' '"
fOf't'on bv rensnn 0' tr '-
Kdwnrd Ottrirdcr and xe-t
Coy contested h'm for h" "l
13,325,- Olcott .12,2.1(5, givinff Hall a lead of 79.
but many older men will Attend as
fun-side, of us Is rccognlxed. Because
PORTLAND. May 22,-Tabulation completed atj. b;.alnBwaCrndepa,:,tmenT.'eAU
vuiO touuv. lncludmir coinnloto roturns from 18 nut of.n... n unm ,v iu rnwm.
30 COlintlCP, ftaVC Hall .12,049, Olcott 42,234, a lead for .ment and no military nbllsatUm U on0 high Brade fllnglo concert would
Olcott Of 185 VOteS. , .Incurred. I (Continued on Toco Three)
It AfAf K mmt fftp thi lnnat mnfiAV
m.t a tint 'mai! ItiAnrlA Cmi
Turns to tho night" and other great
numbers. All for tho price of what
ANTI-LITTER CAMPAIGN WEEK OPENS IN KLAMATH
Vtvj x iM IVBflriHTH nl Mgstffl KrWMnHpHHr Vjj JJB-2alTWtai'''u (''? ) rw JU UXllH
CRATER OPENS JULV '
Seasons for All Nnt'onal Park,, Arc
Announced to Ilallroail
vCHICAOO, May 22. Tho nation-
nl irk.yan,i,r2 'yJP; fi rt?n
fng ot Mija Vorde national park
May I, and will close with tho clos
ing of that park November 1, ac
cording to advices received hero by
railroad officers' Tho Mesa Vo'de
park, besides being the first ot the
national parks named In tho ad
vices to open, will bo tho last of
them to cloie.
Crater Lake national park, tho
last of them to open, will sart n
cclvlng travelers July 1, and close
September 30. Opening and closln
datcs ot nlno otbor national parks
wcr6 given aa follews:
Zlon, May IS to October IS; Se
quela, May 2 to October 10; Gener
al Grant, May 1 to October 10;
Wind Cave, Juno 1 to Septombor
30; Lassen Volcano, Juno 1 to Sop
tcmbcr 15; Yellowstono, Juno IS
to September 15; llocky Mountain,
Juno 15 to October 1; Mount Tla
nler. Juno 15 to September 15;
Glacier, Juno 15 to Soptember 15.
Klamath's Anti-Litter week begins today and more than 200 citizens arc active on committees to further the interests of
clean-up and paint-up. Paint dealers report that sales were greater last wee"k than in several months.
Six men began work on the old Houston hotel block this morning and will continue until it is cleaned up thoroughly. Fire
Chiet Ambrose reports that the movement has spread all over town, and is working etiectiveiy.
l-imN lirrst Trout
ported Tills Season
Klamath's big fish soason has
At Jlocky I'olnt yo3torday after
noon, Wm. Mc.Veuly landed n 12
pounder, tho largest reported thin
hoason. T. A. Stovotuon nnd T. S,
Abbott members ot tho party, also
met with success.
While fishing near Itocky Point
Is not considered at Its Iiost boforo
Juno or July, nlinrods huvo report
ed excellent results In Link rlror.
EAGLE RIDGE LEASED
Will Do Operated Tills Season by
Mw. Watson of Santa llarbara
J. P. Wells, superintendent of city schools, is co-operating with the committee, and will arrange classes so that the boys and
gins oi mo ujiper graoes can assist m ino work. a)irueci nvairy among me uiumieii s uiaiuuis xa uvmniwu un awumm ut wiw
ico cream and cake banquet to be given by the women's auxiliary for the children having the cleanest district.
Roberts & Hanks, M. P. Evans and C. H. Underwood have responded to the request of Dr. H. D. L. Stewart, and have dec
orated thoir windows appropriate to Anti-Litter week. Steps are being taken to have down-town merchants clean out their
back alleys in time to take advantage of having tho refuse tran sported away free.
George C. Ulrich, general chairman of district No. 1, reported that the following block captains had enlisted for service in
his district, and were active in the campaign : E Quilitch, C. I. Roberts, Ray Telford, Fred Heilbronner, F. B. Bremer, A. W.
Stevens, Roy Orem, S. E. Milam, C. C. Low. '
Tho following captains have been appointed by Chairman W. H. McPherren of Mills addition, who reports that work has
been going on for several days and that by Saturday night Mills Addition will be in tip-top shape. T. E. Worsley, B. E.
Hawkins, Ray Hunsaker, G. Willard Smith, L. E.. Decker, M.'S. Chilcote, J. J. Lopev, Chas. Thomas, George Bell, Charles Bean,
Joe Rose, Orrin Mackinnon, D. A. Rose, A. Roma, Lyle Redfield, George Mete and George Tanksley.
l.'nglo Rldgo tayern will bo oper-
j ateil this season, beginning about
Juno 15, by Mrt).r Watson- of Santa
Diirburn, who has takon u flvo year
lease on tho trppur I.ako resort, ac
cording to announcement made to
day by Dr, (iaddoi, owner of tho r
soil, Mrs. Watson will bo hor0 about
Juiiu 1, It wag fluid, to got thu tav
r,n into Hliupu for tho oponlng.
STIIUI KCHOO.VKK HI.VKH
I.OS ANfini.KS, May 22. Tho
steum schooner Virginia Olson, from
Portland with lumbor, sank at a dock
heru today after a run ut full speed
from tho, hroakwator whoro she wag
rammed by tho navy submarine, If-7,
in n fog, tearing hole In (bo schoon
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