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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1922)
NEWS OF THE WORLD)
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KLAMATH FALLN, OltKOO.V, Tl IIHDAV, .MAV iw, IIKT.'.
PR1CH F1VH CKNTfl
OLCOTT HOLDS LEAD
K. K. K. LOSING
Few Remaining Precincts
in State Expected to In
PORTLAND. Mnv 2.'?.
Tabulation at 2:.'i0 today,
inclmlim; Malheur county
complete, (rave Hall '12.37(5.
Oloott 43.00U. a lead for
Olcott of G33.
PORTLAND. Mav 22.
With comoletc returns from
33 of the 30 counties tabu
lated an done precinct miss
inir from Haker. 15 from
Harney and about one-third
repotted. Olcott had a lead
of 3G5 for the republican
nomination at noon today.
The f inures: Olcott 12.
798. Hall .12,433.
The Portland Telemam.
which i supported Olcott.
definitely claimed his nomi
nation today, declarintr the
unreported precincts would
increase the Governor's
UORTLAND. Mav 23.
10 a. m. Thirty counties
complete, with a few pre
cincts missing from the re
mairiimr six counties, cave
Olcott .12.750. Hall I2.U8.
a lead of 302.
PORTLAND. Mav 23.
Charles Hall told the Asso
ciated Press today that he
expected to be declared re
publican nominee for gov
ernor when the official
count is made.
"Wo have not considered
asking for a recount. We
think the official canvass
will show my nomination.
It will be time enough after
the canvass to decide on
the question of asking for
a recount, if such a step is
necessary," he said.
SEEK TO FREE I. W. W.
IUIhnm Corpus Proceeding Intl
tuttil In (.'list of 1OuU PaW
HutlOUH ClirPllH PrOL'l'odlllKH M'lll
Irutltutod toiUy by ultornoy Win.
.farx In un effort to nbluln tho re
leano of l.ouln PhvIh, allcKi'd I. V, W.
orKanlier, who wiim urreidi'd hiro
about a wt'uk hkii. Davlii had Imcn
dlHtrlbutlnK "rod" lllnraturi'. It wiih
mild by tho pollro. Thu nrtlon was
liiHlltuti'd by ono Wliiltor Kllla.
TIiIh urtlun wuh blocked whui)
Hlmrlff low fllml it rlmrKo of crim
inal HyndluullHiu aKalntn Davis. A
preliminary hcurliiK wuh to havo
houn hold In tho JiimIU'o court but
wan poHtponoil until 10 a, in. Wed
ni'Hdny. WKATIIKH 1'ltOIIAIUMTIKH
Tint barometric proHHiirn Iioh ro-
iimint'd fairly con
Htiint durlnK tho
IiihI 21 bourn al
thuuKh tho cyclo
macy roenrdod u
, HllKllt full 4lllH
'morning. A contin
uation of protumt
muy bo oxpoctod.
sBmhssW lioxt 24 lionrH!
Pair' with modoratn tuniporaturoR.
Tho Tyco rocordliiK thcrmomotor
roKlHtorod tnaxlmum und minimum
tomporuturon today an follews:
, High 77
jiii:.ti:st raid i.v
history or iiii:lavi
nccrniu:i kahlv today
1111. FAST, May 23 - Tim
greatest riilil In the reient III-
liiry of Ireland occurred early
today when swarm of pollen
swept through I'laier mill round-
i'i up 300 HIiiii Felner. mu-
Jorlty if whom were Irish rn
publican nrmy yf fliers Tim
niitrhem government nctlnn
was titken In suitress not only
tli,. IrlHli republican lirollu-r-
liooil. lint nil other Sinn 1'i'ln
nrgunlrutloiiK In tint six riiun-
Urn urea' Tilt prisoners lire
In lie Interned
! IN KLAMATH FALLS
liipluliu Itrpmt Aitlllli In Vint
hum DUtrlilx; HiIhhiI 11j
In U'liil 'lln'lr Alii
I Allll-I. liter M')k, liillllihed by the
i rbniiilipr of roiiiiiii'rr, whlcli Marled
Morula)- mornlliK. .ilready u Mir
i rr (iIiiIiih from all par Ik uf t ho
riiy repotli'il acllMly In (heir tur-
Ilium dKlrU'tn, anil l-'lic Chief Am
lironit ri'porti'il that lie Iiiih been rail
ed upon a number of t Iiiiih tu ban
dlo 1'ai.en where thu laptalim were
unublo In net action Tli,. chief en
prt'KNL'd hU iipprii'l.itlou for tlie ac
tivity that wan already going on. und
proiulai'd tin- full cooperation of bin
entire department to make tho tuoti
uivtit un entire mirrem.
I'rofen-cr J I'. Welti hlurted hU
manual tralnlnic rlamies ut 10 o'clock
thin inornliiR on tho clean-up move,
ment nml every dny thin week a
i-rnup of liyn under the nuinunl
IrnlnltiK director will be ncthe benu
UflnK the city.
Dr .Stewart, (jeneral rhnlrniau. la
rullltiK upon the county court for n
loan of the HCniper lo operate In (lie
alleys ndjnlulnr. Mulu utreek. Later
In the week nil the merrh.iiKH lll be
re(iieted to make their ullejn look
I Ik n Mulu Htreet.
CaptaliiM Mho lire unublo lo Ret
rlllieiiM lo clean-up their place
when there U dniir.er of fire nre rn
nucHled lo report to Thief Ambrose,
who will luke nleii o enforce clean
liiK and Kuultutlon.
Mm. 1. V. Kukeudall, chairman
of the woim.n'n iIIvIhIoii In district
No. I, Iiiih appointed tho followlui;
captulnHt Mrii, Krnnk KlminoiiH. Mm.
A. I.. Lenvltt, and Mr. W. () Smith.
STONE WILL RESIGN
A. h. U-ntt I'rolmbly Will Ho Hue.
rior to Circuit llenrli
Circuit JudRo C. V. Stono will
rollro from tho IkmicIi Friday. If
present pinna are followed, uiaklDK
wuy for JuiIro A. I.. I.eavltt, tho
republican nominee for circuit'
Judge, who will iluubtlt'MH recelvo
thu nppolntment, un (lovernor Ol
cott when ho temporarily Delected
JiiiIko Stone Indicated that tho of
fice would bo filled by the man
choHon by republican votoiB ut tho
Tho only hitch In bin part of tho
proKrum, JuiIko Ktomv unuotiiu'od
today, mlKht bu occiihIouoiI by do
lay of l.akuvlow uttormiyn In nh
mlttlliK a bill of exceptions In n
cairn leiuutly tried by him In I.ako
county. Un muat mIkii tho docu
ment before ho leaven tho bench,
JudKO Stono Htuted thitt ho would
return to hlit former offlro und re
mi mo tho practlco ho laid down to
accept tho Judicial uppolutmont.
This In In lino with IiIm plan ut tho
'tlmo hu took thu poHltloti of JuiIko,
lu tho two moutliH ho Iiuh hold
tho JikIkcbIiIp JuiIko Stono has
clourod tho civil docket, handled
oovorul Important clmluul trluln In
which uevoro aentonceA woro ad
mliilstorod to deter futuro offend
era, and made n reputation for
celerity in tho dispatch of judicial
IniHlncBs thut has bocomo stato
wldo. Whllo thoro was n wido-uproad
Hontlmont In tho county before tho
oloctlon to nttompt to keep hlin on
tho boncli, JpdBo Stono discouraged
tho UBKaton that ho bo a "writ-ton-ln"
candldato. DoBplto cuncort-
od action to kill this Boutlmont, ho
rorolvod a compllmoiilary voto from
00 elector, u.lujlL.IJJJA.L
Olcott Far Ahead of Field;
Hall Poor Third; Sin
nott Carries Cdunty
Official Klamath county
compiled today weri:
Olcott S2.1. While r,02. Mall 307.
Hum 77, le 17.
Tli i ult .Indue
l'iivltt 72, Klllott 671. f F
Stone (written In) 4G
Martin I Ml, Ford)co C79.
A. U Wlshurd 1113
WllllaiiiM fl'j I. Flthluu CSS.
ItiMiill, I'ublle Set tin. 4'oiiiiiiNliiii-r
Vis 1013, no lull, KerrlRuu
Ck9. William 731.
H'iri-seiiliitlti' In ruucri'M.
Slnnott 10:i'.i. C.wlnn .'01.
I toff SI 7, Ityau 605.
Jllsllie of I lie- I'i'iki
A. T. I.:inr.ell 5. W. W. 1111m 1,
J. T. llradley S. J. O. llumuker 9.
T. I,. Snook 11, Chas. II. Hood .22.
T, A. IllchnriUou 1. J a hum I'elton
2. n. M. I'omeroy 20, It. K. Han
J. F. Morley h2, Al
W. II. llrock 1. Thoir.
II rack en l.i
Jntnea Worlow 3'.', James Spolok 1,
(lus I'nKo 3, O. II. Ilurrh 20. T. A.
Oriih 1. Men Faun 1. Frank Cobiirn
3, Pat Cobban I -I.ee Doteu I, lletl
(lay 8, J. I Iluck 12. Henry Shad
ley 29. W. J. Huff 11. W. T. Oar-
County Central CoiiiiulltiV
A. Kiillna S, F. W. DroaiUword
2. W. O. Smith 3. J. F. Kimball .3.
J. C. llrockenbroiiKh 11. (' A. Hay
den 13. A. I.. WlHhnrd 9. 1). How
ntun I. J. F. MaKUlro 13. It. W.
Tower S. J. H. lloblix 8. lien Wol
ford J. It. II. llurrlnon 2, C. W.
Simmons 6, II. SnnwKOose 1, W. V..
llouchlii 3, Fred Haker 3, John
UnirolHtfln 2. (1. W. Sanders 2. 1.
J. DowlInK 10, Tom Juckson 12, K.
(Continued tu I-ngo 1)
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1'oMh TIioiimiiiiI .Mm Us
it)- imiii. lano
('liiirgfi d'Affaire. (iiTiiuin Kntlxihsy
n( Washington, mill Con-ul-
IJrii'Ynl 'lo New Yik
(c.,ijriKin. iikm, i.y v i:.i -
Ni:V VOKK, Muy 23. The rot
lapse of Germany, ami consequently
of other KitrnM'n nations. In InuvTt
a Mi If tin- I'nlted State continues
to stand aside.
Financial rollujie may come any
time. May 31, when another repar
ations payment Is due. will bn u cri
ticrnuiny need aperiiy and con
Nlderabln reduction of reparation pay-
lnpnl nmj t,r,.atlilnn Interval of at
nsi a ntmiber of vear In ulilrh no
payments' nn made, (iermany also
needs n conslderale loan. In which
m hope tho t'nited States will tako
Forelcncra traveling In (Iermany
are easily led Into u misconception!
I of conditions. Factories are "run-
nine nnd there Is very Utile unem
ployment. There are even hIrh of
luxury lu the larger cities, especial
ly In hotels, nnd forelKners often
conclude a certain prosperity exists.
The truth Is that thin prosperity
to a ery great extent Is absorbed by
payment of reparations nnd by in
creased Imports of foodstuffs which
nrn necessary because of the de
clluo of (lerman agriculture.
Itoparatlons paid last year were
(Continued on page four)
THE SPEED DEMON
m ' It
COUNTY G. OF C.
Succeeds J. A. Gordon, Re
sinned; E. W. Vannice
Is Vice President
M. S. West, president of th Mjc
I .like Ilox co was lectnd president
of tho Klamath county chamber of
commerce by the board of director
at noon today.
J A (lordon, president of the,
organization during the past coreral j
I ftinilllm vu flr, itluplAil I.... v.
plained that hi health would not
permit hint to take on tho extra work
for tho coming year In addition with
bis other Interests and offered his
resignation as president Immediately
after he was elected. lie will con
tinue to sertc as a director.
Tho board then wlcctcd SI. S.
West, who ran second hjgh In the
flnul election for thu directors, and
1 who bag been a member of the board
during tho past year.
i K. W. Vannice, who suciceded .Mar
shall Hooper on the directorate, was
chosen vice-president, and A. SI. Col
lier was re-elected treasurer.- The
office of treasurer can be filled from
thu membership at larg.
'A. J. Voye tendered kit "resigna
tion, a he 'ha left tho community
to operate a box factory In California,
and W. O. Smith, who was recently
j elected, also resigned after explain
ing that tho notary club, tho city's
business and the Comunlty council
would require all tho time that he I
could spare for civic work.
At tho meeting on Slay 30, sue
censors will bo named to the vacan
cles caused by the resignation of
j Smith and Voye. A committee, com
posed of Fred Haker. B. II. Hall and
It. V.. Smith was named to recom
mend to tho board 10 members and
from tho 10 recommended two wilt
bo selected fo fill out tho required
A vote of thanks nnd appreciation
was extended to A. J. Voye. retiring
vlcepresldent "and director.
PORTLAND. Slay 23. Cattle, and
hogs steady, sheep steady at decline
of SOc to fl.OO, late yesterday, eggs
weak, butter steady. ''
f I VtoMOeR IF
Wc ll get There
JJefoce The next
sthawhkrrv nka.so.v l.v
orkgov opkxs witic
nun: ritoM dofulah co.
PORTLAND, May 23,Orft.
gon's strawberry season opened
today with tii arrival of a
crate from Douglas county,
which brouicht 17.60. Seven
Seven crates arriving later from
Hood nivcr did not move so
fa lit at $7. SO. owing to com pet I-
V tlon of California berries at
I AID IS ASKED BY
, HEALTH NURSE FOR
FAMILY IN NEED
FMlher, Mother ami Threw Little
lrls III With r-MMimonU;
n.itlilnjf Is Waatrd
Aid for a family 111 with pneumonia
and In need of clothing and bedding
is asked of tho public by SIIsk I.ydla
Frlcke, county health nurso.
Tho family consists of father,
mother and four children a boy,
aged 12, and three girls, aged two,
four and six. The father. Dan Love
lady. Is at present critically III whllo
the mother and three little girls arc
slowly recovering from a severe Ill
Clothing. Including gowus and un
derclothing, and bedding aro need
ed. Tho bedding now In uso will
have to bo burned. Tho mother Is,
a largo woman and tho father of
medium bnitd. Contributions should
be loft; at tbo office of tho county
DUrse, In the chamber of commerce
rooms, or-with Mrs. GA. Bellman,
chairman of the supply committee
of the Klamath County PuMIIc Health
association. A phono call to the
chamber of commerce, CIS, or to
Sirs. Dellman, 592, will do If It Is
Impossible to deliver the articles.
"Because of tho anti-litter cam
paign," Miss Fricke said, "I feel ture
many people will find many articles
of clothing and bedding for which
they have no further uso and which
would bo of benefit to this family."
MANY AT BIG TENT
C1iautauiua Well Inmiiizri1 At
FltM Performance TliU M,
A crowd that presages a success
ful Chautauqua season patronized tho
big tent on Pine street when tho
first performance started at 2:43 thl
afternoon. A full attendance is ex
pected for tho evening session, when
Slather Hllburn, southern Imperson
ator, will portray negro characters
and other types of tho Oznrk country
where he wan brought up.
The. prelude tomorrow at both af
ternoon and evening sessions will bo
the scientific demonstration of radio
and electrical subjects by tho Morris
company. Glenn L. Morris and his
assistant are scheduled to put on a
performance that bewilders the be
holders. Morris purfprms miracles,
then In simple languagu explains
them. Tbo evening performance is
said to bo especially spectacular.
In addition tho afternoon perform
ance wilt feature, SIls Margaret Gar
rison, of Portland, girl winner of tho
national oratorical contest, in read
ings. Tho big feuturo tomorrow U tho
appearance in tho evening of Harold
Pcct th0 "Private" Peet, whoso
book "Over The Top" created a
world-wide furore. On tho hereon, on
tho platform and us un author Peet
la equally renowned. Ills subject to
morrow night Is "ntroduciiiR Your
Neighbors," In which ho expounds his
theory thut It wu woro to think and
talk peace Instead of war, mako
heroes of scientists and sugea Instead
of milltury leaders, wo would soon
end militarism und bring ubout uni
AUTOS PF.lWON.Ui PHOPKHTV;
SALBSI, Slay 23. The supremo
court has decided that automobiles
In dealers' hands Slarch t aro sub
ect to taxation aw personal property,
affirming tho Multnomah circuit
HOY SCOUTS ACTIVB
Troop one, Hoy Scouts, Is report
ed to bo active In the anti-Utter cam
paign, Last night (tho members
cleaned up the premise where a
tiew lawn is bolnu laajlo,
165 Men Take Part in Hunt
for" Elusive Pest of
Klamath Forests . -
With 183 men distributed Into
camps and more men noedod. work
ins In three, flold areas, tho western
pln0 bectlo. which ran made Itself
such a menace to the life of pine for
ests In Oregon anil California, Is
finding life burdensome and de
cidedly hazardous theso days.
Tho tight against tho beetle In
Klamath county Is now In full swing
under he supervision of F. Paul
Keen of the Duroau of Entomology
of Washington, D. C, who attends to
the selection of 'areas and methods,
while tho project In general Is con
ducted by n board of control com
posed of J. F. Kimball, representing
tho Klamath Forest Protective asso asse asso
ciateon: W. O. Durbln. of tho U. 8.
Forest Service: apd F. Paul Keen,
representing tho bureau of ento
mology. Thnra WorklMC A'ssw
Tho work Is divided 'into Ihreo
workings areas. Area one. under the
direct supervision of J. F. Kimball,
comprises' tna -district -west of Ujv-
per Klamath" (Lake, and Klamath
River below Keno down to Dorrts,
California. Area two. under D. F.
Wolford of tho U. 8. Forest Service,
covers tho territory north of the
Klamath basin to Spraguo river, nnd
cast as far as Illy. Area three, un
der W. O. Durbln covers thn dis
trict north, east and south of Illy,
as far as Goose Lake valley and ox
tending to Slodoc county, California.
Each field area managor has a flold
nsslstant who directly controls thu
various ranjps In an area.
Approximately l.lfiu.OOO acres aw
contained In tho project. In tho sol
ectlon of tho working areas apodal
attention Is paid to natural barriers
against tho Insect, such as lakes and
valleys, as tho boctles cannot fly any
great distance. Species of timber
other than pine also constitute a
barrier against spreading.
Dy this method less territory wilt
have to bo watched and the work
will be contlnuod until the throo
areas aro connected uu. At this tlmo
each area has thrco camps of IS
men each with two camps' to bo -added
this week In tho two Jarger dis
tricts. i SUo of Rice Grain
Tho western plno beetle is about
the slxo of a grain of rice, brown
with a yellow head. Flying In drov
es, they attack a tree by burrowing;
through tho bark and digging small
furrows In tho under surfaco of tho
bark and on tho Bap surfaco of the
tree, beginning at tho op of a tree
nnd working down. Soon the needles
begin to turn a polo yellow, and in a
week or two tho,.troo Is dead. The
(Continued to Page 4)
POST OFFICE PROBE
41) in Xew York Aro Found to Hare;
Criminal Records; All Wrcd
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 23.'
Discovery through finger printing
that 49 ot 460 employes In the reg
istry division ot the New York posit
offlco had criminal records, it ws
renorted to President Harding to.,
day by Acting Postmaster deneral
Dartlott. All 49 were dropped from
Dartlett said tho discovery came
through investigations Into the nr-
rests last Thursday of seven m
ployes of the New York oince,
which arrests,- be asserted, cleared
up the postal robberies ot the last
sis months, involving nearly as,.
The arrests also thwarteaj a gl
gantlo Tobborjr Isne4 for FrWUjr, ,
n--...A JtimmJk 4I.A - .-.. r
men admitted they h4 Walnr
employment in tae resjanrr mnwmmn
for the purpose ot