itw V r.. ii WEATHER FORECAST iomuiit ami i'itin.t , ii:i:ii. . l.l. I. Mil, rillr''lilh ciii. No, ICIil'J, ore. IP. Efficient Results Claimed ' fur Adiminiatration; Democrats Flnycd I INDIAN U'OI.IH, Iml . Muy 'i Kflli'tout 11111I wUo uiauugemeul of the tiiillori'if affair, both iiiiii'tli ml I ii t it 11 11 1 foil it I, mill milmlniilliil ii milt In relieving "Din evil of eight )i'iim "nf democratic morale." wer iliilinnl nf the llntclliii: iiiliiiliilmni Him In 1111 nililrc hern ji'nliTilay hy t'euatnr WnlKiin, repiilillimi, dull miu, before, tlin I111II111111 republican titlilo 1 (invention. I'nr i'iirM It lin 1 11 Hut ciiitiniii ' if Indiana rrilllillriitlit lo liiitu Iho. kfllllttli, of thu icillitnnl I'liiiiitiili'ii I siiillidnl li.'fiiri' llii'iil, mill Senator eiimiiiiy WiitMirj pnrtli, which w.tn ilu-1 iiismi in advance with President , Hurtling, will do Incorporated In the parly literature for Urn congressional tauipalgu Ihl fall. Senator Witl koii prated Hot cieru Iho, IcgUlitllvii iiihI diplomatic rer nril ol tlm present iiiliiiltilnlnillnii WATSON K KEYNOTE MN mill flayed I lu ret iml tlcuioc nillr, Rented tiida) im 11 ponllile noliilliui of (xliiiliiUlriitlini ns "il'lil-liii iirrliii:. ! I'm truimporlntlon problem ifoflcll-rriu'lliig, bond Insulin:. Mir- Kirielnry Mellon was represented du-i.it(eHni:. fiirtir.- limlnit. In- . un filtering tin, reinutal of tentrlc-liutry-paralyzing, prmpcrlty-dit- Huns 11 ml .1 return lo Dm 0I1I com stro)tiig. social. upheaving nml rut- ptlllvi hnl under whlih Im wn -mlsm-priiiluclng " j dnnt'i ml to hellcto Oin rounlry linil "Wo nro not ripiinllili for nil the cheapest and best trutiiipurl.itliiii Hilt waste. ' ln declared "We 1II1I facilities In llu liUiorj. mil produce all lliU wrcrkage. We llil mil Innir thesu debt We h.no not piled up thin iiioiinlaln o( nlilliMlloiiM ami llimm kmiImiii'i vim arc rr.poinltil,. for all thin rlnl oiu urxy of xlr.miKuiu-ii nml nil lliln n tai 1 1 Iiik of ImlUKlry anil un- mitlllnK of fliuinrl.il roriilliloim now .tan.) nml lottr nt i. iiocRiinn In II innntliH mii li:iv,. not ovurronin nil tlin nvll tlii'y proiliirril In right )'niK "Wo li.nc not yet ncromplliihi'il till I hut hnvr not nut to iln," lie lonllmiuil. 'i huvn not rurcil nil tin 111 ami corruclnt nil Hut in Im- tnk.M nml overcunio all tho nvll of eight jo.'irn of ilemnrratlr mUriile, Iml rertulnty we line taken Ioiik rlrlili'K In thn rlitlit illrertlon, nml ninireiy If tint republican party can lint rnljunl multer. whnt hope U there In tiirnliiK In thn orcanlia Hon that e.nine.l nil tint ill.u.(cr In tlm liPKlnnliiR? Kciliictloii of luiei uml appropriation, reorganization of tlio hIiIppIiik Imiiril, m;rlcnltnral illof. thn tariff Mil, nml illploiii ,uy of lh prenont (ulmlnlKlrnllon 'Moid cinphiiKltcil hy Seniitnr Wat- Mill. "Till iiilmlnliilraHiiu ilowx not lieeil un ilpologliit." m.iIiI Kennlor Wiilwin "No ailiultiliitnitl'in ever ! '"" l,M'" ''" iminn .miiiimu. jiiien htiforo cimo Inlo power r.iiifreiilliu: I HIMiiKhen. illrl liai-K (haniplon. It (' hiii-Ii prohleniM of mit'li roniil..lly!,,ur"" ,""1 l: (l- Uninml llu- ami (inutility iih llumo which were Ur- lraiiri.iiiliient.il motorcycle nml Inlierlaleil hy ITnalitnii llanllnn nml 'I'miiI)II. 'Ir'r. Alll.oimh mi In- Ihn itlillcan cotiRreKt." I I'lenlilont lliirillmt'H call for the arniM conferonce. ho declared, "win Iho InrReNt Mtep toward Internntlon. nl pence Willi JllHlli'o the world Iiiih known In nil Hi l.lnlorv. and the whole world." Im Hal.l. "npplnuded ' Iho ichiiIIn." Tlio four power tronly, Iho hcnator Kiit.l. hroiiKht under Hlamllni; and MHitiirmireH for pence. Declination of tlio Invitation lo Iho (lumm conference nlso wtm toiu niemlcd hy Mr, AVnUon, who wild l wiih a pi.llllc.il, mid nut mi ecomiin Ic cnnferelice. v "Tlio win Id hy UiIk Hiiiu oiikIiI lo undoratiiiid," tin i-ontlnueil, "that wo do not lulnnil lo hiuonui Involved In their political w'ruiiKlcx mid Unit we (Ctmllniinil'on I'oro Throe) WL.VIi'CU i'Iii.ihutii:h Tin. 0)iiu-Htii'jiiiKi'iiili nt I'"- ileiVooilV I'luirniiiJ f linroint'trlo presit-. tire till illuming Indicating tho end ol tho Hloiin thai dlpprd In upon iih lust night. KorticiiHt for next 21 Iieiii'h: (lenenilly fair, probiibly cold, with viirlnhle wlndri, Tlm Tycos re cording IhoiiiKimeler irglHtnrnd innx Imiim and minimum teinpnrnltt'iOH to day IIH followH! High m .' i.uw ,,..- ;i ( Eht To Circle Globe Major Wilfred T. ninke, British flyer, la cotn1etlnir preparations (or lllshl around thti world. Ho wilt ctoss part c( tliu United Utatc. RAILROAD HOLIDAY BELIEVED SOLUTION OF GRAVE PROBLEM Itilmii lo 'ntiipelllliin Haiti Ik lie I'atuli'il Ii) Mellon 114 lli't I'or .Viilloii WASHINGTON. .Muy 2.'. -Tint iIcm Inrntlmi nf 11 railroad rate I10II1I11), during which tlm,, Hut railroad niiilil iiiiikn their own rate wliliont Koioriiinent rftlrlrtlnn. unit ug- AUTO RACES MAY 30 lotir I'oimrr , liiiii'f' to l.'oniH'r In Intrniiitliiiuil Stt'rplnki'i INDIANAPOLIS. Iml., May V""r ",'rmrr w- o" Mr- t lio tiiivor hvo pllotril n car In n Vio-inll.! nice, nml IT ollior.i Mho have trlml on unincroUK occa lotm for Hn I IP. (Ml it prlio inonoy roniprlii Hut flclit nr)iuiliilct to Htnrt In Ihn I fii Hi iannunl Inturnatlonul nMci'pstliki'ii nlltoinolillo turn at tliu I tl..ll...lw.llM tlntn.. U. I tl.-. " """ ' """" "''"""'" '' ". Toininy Milton, A. A A rluin plun in 1 US I nml Inner of lnt year Mul-mll,, rnco, llovuril Wll cos. Mluner In t ! 1 1" . Italph Del'nU inn. the lrtor In I'JlA uml Jules (i"l,,t' '" fr','l ' '!' firm In l!M,t, hid ilrlXem nlio liuVit won the IiIk prle nml who urn itcheiluleil to pilot imniiitH it Kit I n thlH yeur Other Atur ilrhers who h.iv en tertMl tlio IU-- (onleiit Incluilu Jim my Murphy, winner of the 11)21 Trench Oram! I'rlx; V. DoiirIiih llawlvi'H. of London, HiiKlaml: IIimt: i on K.irleH. who (IliUlieil xeionit III ii"I'h ""' " "iurmi mtin niolillit driver, Hal. Or iincr lnm par- j tlclpateil In a rnco at the Hpeeilway. I I'or Hut flint time In Hut lilxtnry of Hid local course, n woman has 1 noinlmiteil n (ur to htnrt tlio race. Sl,n ' Mr,, Al"" """" "f ,'0 A- Cole, i miu. .Mr. ..arte) oait on- tnlned tlio wrvlttM of Jeny Womtiir Hell lo drUn her niacliliie, hut lost him when Im purchitHcd m racer lilm nelf, .Shu Iiiih not nuiiouiiceil who will ho at Iho wheel If her car iilall. flo.H. Tlio umchllio Is one nf n fa inoiin racliiK mulio nml n raid to ho f.iHt enough to r.ho run) compciL Hon. JITNEY MAN BEATEN 1'nnt rot et- Said to llao llcon Out .Mutter of Llglit.s on Car D.ivo Worden mil Kddlo Mann me In Jail today an n result nt nn nltfrnitlon on thu Pelican Hay road l.ut night when Hob Kndres, n Jit ti y driver, wiih Imdly beaten. I While icportn aro conflicting, tho ' . f.tiilil.. u'nu unt, I 111 littvr, lirtnon ll er thn llghtH on tlio car driven by Woiden nnd Mann, Kndl'ea havlnc htopped IiIh cur to expostuluto with Iho otherK, whoso enr was standing nn the roadside, for not dimming IhelrMlghtH. Two womou paasofgera 'wero with Worden nnd Maim. No rhnrgeM had been Hlwl lX En'dres ztuhQ Mvvatb KLAMATH 3 IRE 1. 1 W. IN JAIL CELLS Large Quantity of Red Lit 1 erature Taken; Attempt to Organize Seen Threo imoiii I W. W. orgnnlrer Iniided In J.i 1 1 HiIm morning when Chief of I'ollcu Wilson, Hlmrlff Low. Deputy AinliroM- mid otherK comlucl ed u mid on n renldeiire at Fourth nnd Oak, conf hinting a null miin . paikeil with I W W llternturo nml organization parupherunlln. The i tinmen on the menV pack i.ck were 1 Mori Dall). Adolph VmigHtie nml i L'-onnril llollon. ' Tlio arrentH tame iih a rextill of four dug of watching (he iiicii'm ac- Hon, during whlil. time Deputy Hherlff C. ('. Low Htnyeil nt tliu ex. pre offlro where the men Jiail re ceived package contluliilng I. W. W literature. When nrrenled today none of the men offered rcxlutnure, l.ut none duiilcil mciuhenthlp In the I. W. W. Among thn p.nuplih (k tontulned III tin. Hull cure were a numlier pur porting to Justify Hut Centralia max nrrt of ux-Herilcit men, who were I marching In mi Armlntltii day par- mle. Kevrrnl of the marcherit were killed nnd later one of the murder an hanged to u railroad trentte a ketch of n hanging ffguru I on thu cover of tlio pamplilet. Among thn mun' effect wore a tecrel rode, IiiimhI on tiunihem, nml n list nf linuie, muppomciI to he lliono of men now employed nt arluu mill Thu name were Kwauti.i llox company Oncar Jolly. Jlnimy I'ark er, nnd Victor O'NIel, l'ellciin Hay Lumber company Jack Klmpnon, J. J. llrown, Win, Khnunon, K D. Keev p. L. Itcod, Win. IHcdloniMii nnd W. Hay; Hliuw llcrlram I'aul Wairtplcr. Tom Hmlth, J. J. Jeffru. Jnd Short (labeled "Kunman"),. Arnold Hugh es, J. Ciucy, Lou WelniT, Lmmett lllncklo and Arthur Keenau: fhllo uuln Lumber & llox company Hilly Huff, Jack Mcmilck and Ited Mor gan. Tlm notation, "guiiimui." after Short's name, wn duo to his being ii deputy, Hhurlff Low nald. Thnl nn I. ". W. local tins been established licra U the belief of Chief WlWon Notations showing payment of dues from Joo Hmlth, M. Daly mid V. D. McKlnile, u iiuautlty of matter rulnthe to the organlzn lion, In general numorous books of l.y-l.tws and. tho constitution nnd (Continued to Page C) ALL OFFICERS W ' SIISTE ISfci . Uf i i( ' f , , ii in i i 1 1 i r i ..i i rmmmmmmmmmm Member of the Associated Presa. HALLH.OIlltfJO.V, Tllt'ltHDAY, MAY !M, 1022 THREE ARRESTED BY OFFICERS ON LIQUOR CHARGE t'lml Mil During ArrcM of I, V. V. HrliiK lefiiumitt Prop rietor lo (Jrlcf Charged with Illegal possession of H'liior, Ciunniial fllvcrn nnd I'eln Itocko, proprietors of the Savoy rnfe, and II- J. Van Horn, wero arrested shortly after noon today by Offlror McLoiighlln, Khorlff Low, Chief Wil son ami lodged In thn city Jul I Thn nrrest rmultcd from thn rf fleer finding a suit casn full of ll'iuor In a lioiiKo at Pourth nml Oak this niernliu: wherO thn threo 1. W. W organlierH er nrrcsteil. Two liiartH concealed lidneatli a iiiattreHS were nlso found When tho officers entered the cafe, the sheriff raid, Van Horn attempted lo empty thn contents of a bottle bill w-ms frustrated Itlvers was arrested some time ago on it federal liquor charge, which Is Still JM'llllltlg. N. C. BRIGGS PASSES Wiu Tonne." It-lilenl of tlilt City; Secretary of Canal ('iiuiji.iny N. (! Hrlggs, a former resident of Klamath Tails, died suddenly at his homo nt llnlllster, California, Mon day night. He was a son-in-law of the late Judge II. L. Ilensou. Ills widow nml four children survive him. Ilrlgg was tho M'rretary of the old Klamath Canal company mid with C N. llnwklnHi.ml W. K. llrown was Instrumeiitnt In starting tho lo cal irrigation project, which was tak en over later by tlm government He lived In Klamath county for several jears and nfter leaving always look n great Interest in local develop-") mntii. llu was superintendent of tlio Hot lister Water company, a director nf tho Hank of Italy branch nt llollls tcr nnd had heavy property Interests thcro. . WILL SELL POPPIES American Ixiihm Auxiliary ,kt Olnt-n'iinco of Memorial Day "In memory of our sacred dead wear a Flanders poppy on Memorial day." This will be the slogan of the American Lcglcu auxiliary on Sat urday whon members will sell pop ple In booths In Moo's store and the banks. The popples nro of cloth, made by tho widows and orphans of Prance. They arc distributed through tho Aineilcmi Legion throughout tho United States In mi cfforL.to arouse a more general observance of Memor ial day, and to Inspire reverence In tho hearts of nil for thoto who re mained on tho field uf battlo. They will bo offered nt ten rents each. CLOUDS DON'T SPELL BAD GOVERNOR BIS PLURALITY OF Lead It Maintained; 24 out of 36 Counties Go for Oleott I'OKTLAND, May 2.".. Ohott led Hall by 1K0 ,,n a tabulation early this afternoon of (he latest available official returns, Including .Multnomah. Ktato figures were: Oleott 42,990, Hall 42,r,0. Multnomah, with all but ono precinct officially canvassed, stoed: Hall 10,2 Of,, Oleott, 18,352 The. tally sheet of tho missing pre cinct Is locked up In a box, but tho official list was Used. Covernor Oleott currfed 21 coun ties and Senator Hall 12 counties, return show. Tho counties voted as follews: Olcott-HKIaniath, Ilakcr, Denton, Crook. Deschutes, (illtlam, (Irani, Harney, Hood River, Jcffcrssjn, I-akc, Lincoln, Linn, Malheur, Marlon, Mor row, Polk, Shermnn, Union, Wallowa, Wisco, Washington, '.JVhccler and Vamhill. Hall Ctnckamas, Clatsop, Colum bia. Coos, Curry, Douglas, Jackson, Jotcphlnc, Ijnc, Multnomah, Tilla mook and Umatilla. MEDICOS IN SESSION Speaker Kays Organ Izrtl Pnictlce I Kpneadhig Wilcly ST. LOUIS. Mo. MAY, 2 .That a transition from Individual to or ganized medical practice Is spread ing widely was asserted here to night by Dr. Ceorgo K. do Schweln Itx, president of tho American med ical association, and his presidential address beforo the opcnlns; meet ing of tho annual session. That re form of tho currlculm of tho under graduate medical school Is urgent ly needed, that rural districts are apparently being drained of doctors, and that tho public Is dissatisfied "with- a service which is devoted only to the cure of tho maladies and tho mending of Injuries," were oth er assertions In tho address. Dr. do Schwclnltx called attention to the fact that tho association was organized scventy-fivo years ago and efficiently reorganized 21 year ago, making the occasion a celebration of Its diamond jubilee. iioM.'.vri: viMTou hkiik. Harry L. llolgnto of Portland, gen eral counsel for thu United Ststes lleclamutloti tcrvlco, of Portland Is hero today on official business. WEATHER 410 LIB Blake's Aid Captain ncarne. Crltlth firrr. tnay accompany Major 'Wilfred T. Dlnke on hut protected flight aronad th world. ---, RETURN OF GEORGE , TO BRITISH HOUSE GREETED BY CHEERS Premie,. TrlL. Member "Wnr At moKpliero ltrnutlnM DrppHo Dec laration of I'eaco LONDON. May 25. Loud cheers greeted Lloyd floor go In tho houscTot commons today when ho appeared, to discuss foreign policies, especially tho Cicnoa conference. Tho promler said that although peace hod been established in Kur ope It wafl qultn clear that a war ut mosphero to certain extent remain ed. He declared It was hopeless for Tlussla to cxtrirats herself from tho kilt of squalid misery wliho'ut assist ance. He said leaving Itussla tn her fata would involve peril such as the Russo-Oerman agreement and ex pressed tho hope that Tho Hague, conference of experts would achieve something. TELLS HOW TO LIVE CluuiUoqna .Spender Will Kxpound Philosophy- of Health "It Isn't, healthy to bo sick," Is tho keynote of tho philosophy which will bo expounded tomorrow after noon at the Chautauqua by Dr. Lydla Allen Do Vltblss, medical edi tor of tho Hotter Hablcs Hurcau of tho Woman's Home Companion and celebrated Now York physician. Her lecture "The Business of Urlng" Is an Intelligent plea for a higher stand ard In national health, brought about through general attention to Individ ual health matters. Tho evening performance Is held by many to bo tho biggest fcaturenof the six-day session, consisting of tho production of tho welt-known plar "T,urn to tho night" by tho Kcighley Broadway players of Now York. It Is the sory of nn erring boy's redemp tion through tho Influeuco of home and mother. While not lacking hu mor In fact In ranks ns ouo of America's greatest comedies tho play say tho critic Is ono that ono would want his mother, wifo or daughter to see. Tho big tent was crowded again last night with an audienco that showed by their applaus appreciation of Private cPat's peace lecture. Glen L. Morlss, electrical 'wizard, played somo mystifying tricks with current apparently trained to oboy his slight est whim. Tho Jugo-Slav Tamburlrant will uppcar til both afternoon nnd even ing performance today. Today's Iccturo featuro U tho uddress of Arthur Wnlwyn Kvans, nophow of tho British premier, Lloyd doorge, on tho International respon sibilities of (ho Ktiglhh speaking pooplo. Arrangements wero uiailo today for heating thu tent while tho cold weathor lasts. ELKS WILL INITIATE Preparations Ileitis Mntlo for Large Attendance Tonight Tlio Klks lodgo U making prepara tions for a lurgo uttondnnco tonight, when u class of caiullilatc.3 will bo Initiated. Tho ceremonies will bo followed by refreshments ami a so cial time. attack Diui.vn: hum: WASHINGTON, May 25. A movo ment said to have- tho hacking of a largo numbor of senators to change the anclont sonalo rules permitting unlimited dobato wna Initiated today at a conferenco of republican sennl tors. NEWS OP THE WORLD BY THE ' , ASSOCIATED PRIST nttcK rtVK 10.000 CATTLE Cattlemen Plan to Build up Live Stock Industry; Jerseys Imported lb order to build tip tho livestock Industry of Klamath Palis, practical ly ilnmnllslictL during tho war lie can so of oxcesslvo price offered for beef, prominent cntllomcn f Klatn nth county nro shipping In 10,690 head of beef cnttlo to bo distributed over n number of ranches. D. L. McLcmoro, prominent cattle man of Oakland, California, and C. 8 Miller of rtoscbursr, Oregon, aro two of thn largest (shippers and a num ber of Klamath county ranchers are Included In tho deal. , Tho timber lands of Klamath com ty olfcr oxccllcnt grazing for'eattls) and shcop. and an effort Is belag mailo to build up this Industry ! order to eapltallzo on tho natural ad vantages for livestock. Kd. Casobcer, ono of the prom inent dairy men of tho county recent ly shipped In 161! thoroughbred Jer sey heifers lo b0 distributed orer the connty to further the Interests of tho dairy Industry, which have bees ndvanclug rapidly slnca the organi zation of thn farm bureau about two years ago. Farmer smitn or ue Union Pacific System and Eageae Ombb, a prominent Colorado raueh er, have visited tho 'community at the request of tho chamber of commerea to Interest lh0 farmers In dalrytof.t. A checso factory at Malln and a tars creamery nt Klamath' Falls are fsjf nlshinR a ready market' for Ue faraV cr's products. WU REMAINS ALOOF , CtUnre General 'Take Cturge eC Natlonn nt Pnu Ttag V PEKING, May 25. Genoral Wu Pel Fu has assumed active direc tion of tho nation's affairs from his headquarters at Pao Ting Fa. capital of Chill province He re. fuscd to locato in Peking, because he explained, ho does not desire to assoclato himself with the lov eminent headed by President Hsu Shlh Chans. Ho also wants to remain aloof from tho Canton government with view to ascortaln tho sentiment of tho country as towwhcther the old parliament should bo summoned to elect a new prcsldont accept able to both tho north -and the south, thus eliminating both Hsu Shlh Chang and Sun Yat Sen. BOY'S RADIO CONTEST Lffort Mmlo to Discover "Voobk Kilboui" of Wlrclc) CHICAGO, III., May 2. The school boy who Ignores his chums two lifted fingers when they sum mon him to tho swimming ole, or Is deaf to tho urgent appeal to "play ball," and Hastens to his workshop to bend over cauum tubes, will bo givon nn opportunity to como Into his own, according to plans of u com mlttco In chargo of radio contests In connection with tho nutlonal radio exposition to bo hold hero Juno 20 July 1. Flvo contests In making radio de vices, tho purposo of which Is said to bo "to unearth young Kdlsons of wlrolcss," have, been announced by tho commlttoo; threo of them will bo for young people, two wilt bo open to anyone. Contest saro open to residents ct any city, but each rontcnUnt must coma In person to Chlcanta provo that ho mndo tho duWca ho offer- ' CATHOLIC UISIIOP IIDHK Tho Itlglit Itovorond 3. T. Me Gptb, bUhop of tho CatnoJto dlo. ccso of Eastern Oregon, la here from Baker, for a brief visit with, tho Iter. Fathor Marshall. The Her T, J. Brady, of Brady, Is also a visitor hero, FOIIMKU HKHIDE.NT MEHH Kd DuVault, former residential Klamath county, Is here from ble homo nt Santa Ana, CallfonUa, to look after local Interests. H wiM remain for a few days, I luntMiuir TO KUMRTHGO 4 r A ' A .! 14 : ' t' flj til &t, . M : t ' V, A, i'