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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1922)
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NEWS OF. THE WOWU
BY THE '
'lONHUIT AM) SATHIDAY, I'.UIt
Member of the Aasociated Press.
I'lM'eiilli Venr. o, lIllilH.
Bert Anderson, Angered at
Removal of Gate by
)lAl.i:l, Juno 2.(lnvernnr Ol
roll loilny appointed I. i: lleun, of
Kllgl'IIO, KHll(lr Of III" llDIIHl) III ;
tlin l.ml legislature mill immn chh.
fill cainlliliile fur rnitillrun muni-
liiilliin for itmerniir, It; sue llerl .
Aiiilcrxin ut Mi'ilfunl, im 11 meinher (
nf lln Klatii rixli mill R1111111 com
MClH'Oltl). Jim" 2 ltirt Alnler
Miti sent It In riNli:iiiitlim in timer j
tinr Olriilt 11 11 iniMiiliiT nf thn stiite
,.iiliu iiimiiilwnlon, ili'diirliiK Hi" Kiiv I
"rmir'H urtliin In iIIhIiiIksIiii: nMyiir '
C I! linte from thn Hluhi fair board
wnn 'tin Insult lo tlio people f Med
fnnl mill Jiirksnu riiiiiil)' '
SGT. YORK GETS FARM
llMl Arrm I'lMilnl to Vnr Mrni
li Nii.lnlllr Itnliiry Clnli
I'llATTANtmOA, Tinti . Jmi.i '.'
KiTKi'iiIlt Ah III York III lut (coin "
iiir". tin ili'i'd to III, imi'iirro ;Iit
linitiiiM f .it m in lViitri'N it iiniy lirt
Inn lirvii iri'iiiiiiid tn liltn llh tin
tlllo clrur by J T HIiiH-lur ( Juim-n
ii n, nil" of lliu trimti'rit of tlm fund
atiirtcd hy lln Nuhtlllii Itnliiry rluti
nilh whli'h til., farm mun iiirrluini'd
Tin, tlmt MimpalKii fur tin fund
li'tl Hi" lltlu to tlu farm cloiidid
with u iniirlKut;" mid thu ArKunii"
Ihtii ti'vntly wrik rupurli'd ronnlilur
iibly worrliMl torr iiiii'IIiik Ii iiumi Ih
nit lliu liididiludnnbi A n'rotul riirii
palKit ItiiitiRuriilrd tiy thv Ititur
Inn itnd Hi" iiiortiEMR" w paid. I'ru
m'litiitlcm of tli" di-od iiH livid up
peudliiK Itiriiriuiralloii In thi illicit
mrnl of mi uriount of thp nTKciint't
exploit In 1'niuci'
HARVESTER HEAD OUT
Harold I. MrOinulik IIpIiin I'm'"
lilenrj; l'KKi' lllrrli-l
('HirAtlO, Jiinn 2 Harold r'
MrCormlrk rnilRlied ax bead of the
International llanentcr coiiipnny
today. Mi'Ciirinlck miinln.lted Aloi
nnder l."KK", vlco president and
neneral inanai;er, who was iinanl
uioiiKly elected. An "xeciitlvn com
mltli'O nf flte, Kclectud from thn
board of dlrerlnrn, wa, rreated, and
Mr(.'iirmli'k waH n lined as chairman
nf tho new body.
votij or coxriin:.ci:
I'AltlH, J nun 2. Tho Prenrh
chamber of deputies this eveillliK ex
tcniled u vol" of roulldeiico lit l'ri
mlor Pnlnrare, IK4 to 100.
in AnvAXfi: is
AI.V.YH IIKItAI.U I'OMOY
Tho llernld policy him nlwayn
been rush In advance) for sub-
Hcrlptlons. Occasionally a sub-
4 arrlbor noKlecl to pay when tho
4 monthly bill In prosentcd, Next
month ho or xlm liua forKOtton 4
tho owirslKht mid when thu bill
Ih iikiiIii presented rflfuses lo pay
inoro than olio month's Inslal-
muni. Hoiiietlnu's u mlbucrlber
waxen IndlKiiuut when tho cur-
rlor boy (iihImIh upon a HUfflclont
4 payment to brims tho account
3d ilaytt In ndvant'o of thu ilutu 4
of presentation of tho stuto- 4
ment, declaring (hoy luno novor
paid In iiilvnncu In tho punt unit 1
aro holiiK illsurlmliiutml ukuIiihI.
Tho fmt Ih, howovor, I hut
Tho Herald U nnvor Htnrted mi- 4
less paymont Ih mutlo III ml-
vauiu mill IIh policy Ih to Htnp 4
all HiihHcrlptloiiH Hint mo not 4
fully paid up. 4
On Hulurduy tomonow H
4 carrlom will inuko monthly 0
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4 liiHpert your receipt to hoo thut
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Hcr-'a Natacha Itamlxiva (Ml W'lnlfrM HudnUt) promlilnit to love, honor and obey ltudolph ValenUno
at Mcxlcall. Mexico. They didn't know Los AnRctci nuthuritlin would bo after ltudolph for bigamy u toon
ho came back. Valentino' divorce drcrco (rem Jrai Ackr ln". nnat,
fVlli ill lull Kxril lN 'olMiii.
I'liilrr ImUi' 1'oiiii-vvIoik lo IU- I'll
Th" rhllilrpti'ii pluKround In tin. ,,,.. .m,,,,,,.,,,,.,,! f r,ioir
purk nt tli rmr of Hi" ouriliuiip i'oiimim TIiI nh.oh
,, i.ppiii'il Ttii'idii) with Mar) Mr- -
Munimrk tpiiitmrur) iiicniiir -! -1 Mr.liKOItl) Jim,. . cr.ili-r l.itk?
Iriitlmi i'(rrli.... k.h"dupd for thai
iliiy. mit" pontponi'd dii" to th" In
iiblllly of thn hand to Im pnupiit A
priiKriiiu will prohiibl) ! held next
ui-"k hrii tho i:ik'n h.iud will lur
Ituth DIiiiii. Iiutr'utur at Mills
nrlioul. Mill b" III" prrimillt'llt MtpiT
lmir ufler tirhmil rlni4. Thu It'in
porury Hiiportlror U' on thn srout.O
fiom 2 p in until ' p in mid p.ir
"iitH .irv r"iti"l"il to k"i'p tho lltt
folkit iivsnv iitti'r o'rloik iin III"
ground Is so crowded there l daimer ,,, m,,r ,u, ,c.r, f the option i
of them beliiK Injured I ,,r,..,U'iied lo return the imitUK"-
Thn il.i)gruuml is heroinlnc no.,,,,,,., .., i.llriii.11r.r. Inn an under-
popular with thn children that II i
Is probabln iimslon in aK"n "'
bn made In order to urcommmlat" all I
of them )
CUPID IN HOT WATER
Mia. Mit'onnlik SImt Until"
I'reti-ut HiuiKlilrrV Miitilnei
CIIICAtlO. June 2 A determined
Imltln lo present tho murrlai;" of
Mulhlldn Mi-Curmlrk, prospcllvi) heir
of millions, lo Mux Oser, Swiss rid
Int; muster, was Iipkuii In court to
day by Mrs IMItli Itopkefoller Mr
Cormlrl;, thn 17-year-old ulrl'H moth
er and divorced wife of Harold V
Mrt'ormlck, millionaire head of the
International Harvester company.
AskliiK u restrnlnlm: order from
probate court to provont thn tiiur
rlnne, Mrs. MrCormlck declared that
bocuiiso of her "tender iiko", MNs
Mnthlldn mlKht "beconio lhr subject
of machlnntloiiH and IntrlRiieH or
deslRlm: persons." 'Khn lidded Hint
Oner heliiR u poor man, desired thn
innrrhRo "prliunrlly" becauso ho be
lleVPd "In so doliiR ho will Hiciiro
lurRo stiuiH of moiipy mid financial
Tho motion was mndo In Mm. Me
Cormlrk'H nnswer to the iippllriitlnn
of her duuRhler for nppolntment of
Mcforinlik iih her IokiiI Rimrdlan.
Under the SwIsh law, consent of the
Kuurdlaii or both parents of a minor
Is necessary for marriage,
PREDICTS CIVIL' WAR
I'loleslaul Archlilslioii Htmlles
McellnK Willi Slalenient
DUIIMNi. J linn 2 -(Thu Most lli'v.
A. K. (IrcKR, Proleslnnt AicIiIiIhIiop
of Dublin, STurlled tho Diocesan
muiitluR today by miylnK, "If wo mo
not nlieudy cnRugeil In (In II wur In
Ireland It may hu upon us this woeU
I.ONDO.V, Juno 2. The llrltlsh
riiKiuiout which leturneil from lie
laud In Ktdiruury left Plymouth to
dny for li'oTfiist,
CIIINKSi: I'ltCHIDKNT ltl.-Tllti:H
PICKINO, Juno 2. President Hsu
Bhlh OlimiR, who yostordny icsIriioiI
tiiidor proBsuro, will rotlro to Tlon
Sain, leaving presidential paluco to
his Buccossor, who In nil probability
will ho LI Yiinn mini:, former presl
K I, A .MAI II
l.oilK" "HI bo opuratod tills hi'ji.oii by
Crater National Pari; niiiipaip. lout
poniil of I'orllntid mid Mrdfont men.
tllh It W I'rlc". an oftldal of the
i(inip.ih)'. again r.iiural maiiacvr, ac
I rordliiK to int'inbi'm of th" (otupaiiy
I who lia(, ri'turni'd from a
' In Portland
1b company oporatni tut- eqn-i,,,,,.
ri-ssloint lait feminn under an iiRtce-
ineiil with Alfred I.. I'urkliumt. hold
er of tint concossloni'. mid aluo held '
ontloii lo tiurrhaso Ilia hnldlliKK A ,
,, ,, lvvn tvMUvA satlsfac-.
tory to both parlies to the option
says tMi:iti:.vi: i.n.i:i
WASHINtlTON, Juno 2 - IHcl.ir- ' Thut the sportlnK blood of Klam
Iiir thut nlthouKh thn worbl powers ' ninth county U still very much .illvo
nt the recent arms conference had I Ih evidenced by thp number of
placed n " ban of public ronilemna- i anrler's licenses Issued this year, the
Hon" on r.ih Wnrfure, senator llorah.,j records showlnR n total of HQ Issued
In lOscussint-tho unity appropriation up to June I, not InrludltiR those
today In tho senate-, nsserted that Issued by tho several oiitaldo depu
representntlveH'of tho I'nlted States ties for tho month of May, not yet
ami six other powers recently urn- reported Mrenses this year show n
forn.il lii Wash nuou Willi view lo
extendlliR r.is wnrfiire, Ihus ' prac
tlcnlly ilesjnliiR results of nrms
) - O I o f m.-mj whaT i y
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AWT 5EN lT FCZ J M HAO IT AQOtiHof
i& MONTHS "J ) SOrrtevwerceJ
i'Iiiimv, .ii r
RESORT OPENS JULY
llo.it, Trill ami Nupllii to He
I'lirnMii'il in DIiiiiioiiiI Kike
CeorK" I.. Howard, of Jack-ion-vlll".
OreKun, In been In ItoseburR
fur tin pant two Ua. In thu Inter
cut of the Diamond Lake Improve
ment lompnny. which M belnrr,
formed tn build a mimmer reorl ut
till", well known lake. Mr Howard
aK that thern wilt bi boat at tho
lako early In July. Theno boats
will be for rent to thotn who dc-
Mro t( f0W or fUh 0( l6 lake A
Htore. Kasullne nlatlon and '.lent
, .i,..,,,,.- .,inr. -iTji
T.'-"'n " l -." -,--.,-
aluo bu built at nncu. Tho manai-e-
ment expects to serve meal. thU
year, mid by July 1 next oar the,
hotel will bn completed and ready
L.Venil) KM) I'er "iit Morn l.lccn-s
Ati lsucl Thlx Yen-
revenue m aiiio. mine isiucti lor
May of this year compared with tho
sauio mouth lust year show an In
cre.iso of nenrly 100 por cent.
IT'S A CHEERFUL GAME THEY'RE
Tub sam hill
DID I OO WiTH
i "i . r
$1,000 Reward It Potted by
1 Mayor; Local Investiga
tion Being Made
I'niNKVIM.B, Juno 2. A rc-
ward of $1,000 wai pouted i by I
Maynr Wiirxmollor hern today for
tho arrest of this pcrxomi rosponil
hi" for utartlnc tho tiro In tho old
hcIiooI hulldlnK. which cnuned yrs.
Thn nuthorltle bcllnvn an In
Irendlary rosponnlbln becauao thn
bulldlni; ha been unoccupied for
, pntnn tlmi. Local InvextlRatloni
I aro beln: carried on pendlne tho
I arrival of Chief Deputy Flro Mar-
thai I'omcroy, pn routo from Salem.
I Th morrhnntii were raklni
throufth the ruin today.
LINCOLN GETS ROADS
I'rojcit Axrcril Upon for Nakowln
Salmon Hhcr lroe-t
i-uiui.a.m), June .. As a re
sult of iho conference today between
Lincoln county officers, the state
hlRhwuy commissioner and federal
officials, decision was reached to
construct this year thu Neskowln
Salmon Ither KorcH road project
In Tillamook county through tho
forest reierve to Devil's lake In Lin
coin county and next year to con
tinue, tho road from Devil,' lake to
thu crossing of tho Sllctx river.
This will ru an all-year high
way between Toledo, Newport and
HIm Htnlr ll flt .krflA, la m
L; i"1 w v, in" i'ivjcv, u
cost $..00,000, Lincoln county to pay
1120,000 and tho remainder to be
ul(j by thn stutc und the federal
It also decided to construct this
e.ir section Alaea highway from
Tldewutcr to Walport to cost 1130.
000, county, statu, federal ROern-
ment each to pay 150,000.
PROF. SMITH RETAINED
Principal of Malln lllfili School to
Itemaln Another Your
MAI.l.V, Jun0 2. At a school
board meeting here Tuesday, John
W. L. Smith, principal of tho high
school, wo retained by unanimous
vote for tho ensuing year. Many
patrons wcro present at tho meeting
who heartily endorsed Prof. Smith's
work for the past year and express
ed a dcslro that he bo asked to re
main at least another term.
I riMOW I PUT lT e
awaV Somg PiAce,
novj WHERE, oh
A.MV II.YKHH IIIJUNKII TO
IIKATII WIIK.V Alltl'l,AXH
riUHIIKS INTO MOl'XTAIX
Y.U POSA, Tox.. Jti.no 2.
Hon Jcnklrn Jr., n Ifoutcnint
III IIIU rv9VI'IJ VWI n Milt Ji- -
Keani Arinttr junnKiinR 01 mo v
Twelfth obgervallon miiiailron
at Kort mint, worn burned to
death today when their air-
4 piano crashed ngalnut a moun-
tain dido anil wan dcntrnyeil
ON BY E. H. THOMAS
Porm- r..n. --.. pi,hI-. ui.
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VlRomtm CnmpnlKn rrorwwoil
to Chrrk Invnulon
K. 11. Thomas, former county
agent, left thl morning for Kcno
and Tulo laKo to Investigate thn ex
tent of the grasshopper plague In
those districts and determine on
Thomas was requested by the ex
ecutive committed of tho county
farm bureau to lend his aid In the
emergency, at a hastily called meet
ing of tho committee last night, and
promised his co-operation.
Tbero I some material on hand
for grasshopper extermination, he
said this morning, and ho.will start
a vigorous campaign as soon as he
has ascertained the extent of tho
2 NAMED FOR BOARD
J. J. I'urbcr and A. I- WUhnrd Fill
Tho boar- of directors of tho
chamber of comtnercu Tuesday ap
pointed J. J, Kurbcr. president of the
Hportstnun'g association and manager
of tho Klamath Kails creamery, and
A. L. Wlshard, secretary of the Klam
ath Irrigation district, member of
mo uonrtl to nil tno vucancies caus
ed by tho resignation of A. J. Voye,
who has moved from thetommtinlty,
and .of W. O. Smith. w(o found it
Impossible to serve on 'account of
otbcf obligations. i
Tlio appointment of 'urber and
Wlibard, It wa, pointed, out, would
brlnf the town and country a little
closer together, as both men have a
closet contact with the farming com
munity. The appointment of these
two directors fills out the re
quired 'number, and tho will begin
their, period of service Tuesday.
Dr. L. D. Oass was. appointed
chairman of tho members' forum,
responsible for tho luncheon pro
grams, succeeding It. K. Wright, who
served during the last term. Dr.
Oass will select a committee to as
slit him In arranging (the forum
programs for tho summer. Alt three
of tho. appointees have accepted.
It la probablo that a field board
will be selected at tho mcetlnK Tues
day noon. Prominent citizens of
every dltsrlct In thn county have
made recommendations as to their
choice of a representative on this
board, and from these, lists of sug
gestion tho directors will select one
from each rural district to complete.
the field board.
Flold directors will havo as much
voice In the chamber's activities a?t
elected directors, although they will
not bo expected to attend every
meeting, as will the local board.
The appointment of the flld direc
tors, It was shown, was fortho pur
pose of extending the actfltlcs ot
the organisation to the country, und
to have one man from every district
responsible for bringing locul prob
lem to the attention ot tho chamber.
FlIiB SITUATION HKTTKIt
PORTLAND. Juno 2. Tho foreut
fir. situation In Washlngtou und Ore
gon 'I greatly Improved. Fires In
western Washington are subsiding,
und while blazes aro reported con
tinuing In Skamania and Klickitat
counties no further damago there
was reported. A new fjro wns re
ported In tho Colvlllo nutlonul forest
on Door Creek, and a flro extending
over'ISAO acres just oiitaldo tho
Deschutfl aatloni forest was report
ed practically extinguished.
KNOLAND TO MKKT DK11T
LONDON, Juno 2. Tho British
government has completed arrange
ment to pay during the coming tall
Interest amounting to 25,000,000
pound, sterling on tho British debt
to the United States. It had 'not
been decided w'hother a special mis
sion will be sent to Washington to
discus the debt with tho American
rtuat mm ram
15 Vacancies Fillod, Mem
bers Pledge Support
At a meeting of the republican
central committee held In tha city
hall last ovinlnR. tho followlngof
flceni wcro chosen for the next two
years: Chairman, Austin Hayden;
Secretary, A. L. Wlshard; treasurer,
J. C. rtrockenbrouRh; state central
committeeman, Dr. O. II. Merrvman.
Tho executive committee will
comprise tho committeemen repre
senting the precinct, In Klamath
Falls, ' The committeemen from the
precincts In tho city also act a the
city committeemen, ,
There were! 21 committeeman,
elected at tho irlmary.electlon; the
IS existing vac-nclea vJere (Hied by
appointment last evening.
Followlnr I a complete list ot
committeemen representing the 3t
precincts In the ceunty:
Klumath Fall No. 1, R. J.
Sheet; No. 2, Oscar L. Larson; No.
3, Paul Lambert; No. 4, C. A. Hay
den; No. C, J. F. McQutre; No. S,
M. P. Lavenlk; No. 7, A. L. Wlsh
ard; No. 8, J. C. Ilrockenbrough;
No. 9, Chas. W. Thomas; No. 10,
W. D. Harlan; Altamont, Fred Ba
ker; I'lno Grove, D. Kill Young;
Midland, James Thompson; Orla
xlole. W. K. Dowdoln; Plevna, R.
W. Tower; Pelican nay, R. H. Har
rUon; Poe Valley. Frank Wltiea;
Algoma, John HageUtela; 8wsa.
Henry Meier; Malln. A. Kaltaa;
NAMED BY G
HIWebr--d.- Bmll-wBfeHs Twr.-
laJor Spencer; Wood River, Tom
Jackson; Merrill. Ocorgo Hoi ton;
Tulo Lake, J. H. Hqbbs; Yalnai.
CUude Clopton; Klrjt. C. W. 81
monson; Langell Vulley, I- C.
Wlshard; Chlloquln, D. Bowman;
Spraguo niver, Ja. plxon; Wor
den, P. J. Howling; Lost River, D.
O. Horn. '
Short speeches were1 made by the
retiring chairman, Judge A. L.
Leavltt and tho newly jelectcd chair
man, C. A. Hayden; also by D.
Ilowman of Chlloquln,;C. W. 81mon
,son of Kirk, It. W. Tower and Fred
The burden ot the addresea was
the benefit to Klamatll( county from
political recognition, and all mem
bers declared tboy would work
earnestly for the good ot the or
ganization. Tho direct primary wa
discussed, and the opinion was vir
tually unanimous that recent re
sults had shown a weakness that
must be ovcrcomo by closer organ
ization and organized attention to
FIRST STATE TO MOVE
New Quarter Acquired. In Trcu.
urer' Office, Court Hon.
Arrangements havo been com
pleted for the removal ot the First
Statu mid Savings bank from tho
present quarter In tho Daggett-Snal-lock
Investment Company's building
at Fifth and Main to the treasur
er's office In tho new Main street
courthouse. The movo I sanctioned
by tho state supelrntendent ot bank,
and tho depositor und stock-bolder;
committees us an economy measure.
Tlio rental, light, water, and oth
or costs In tho present location total
nearly 1300 a month, It Is said, wbllo -tho
county court has agroed to rent
the treasurer's oftlco for 7f a month.
Tho cost of moving will be spproxl
matoly S300. Surplus fixture will
Tho Cyclo-Stormagraph at Under-
show a slightly
pressure tfcsa at
the time ot asskl:
Very little change
has been recorded
within the last IS
hours, so a con
tinuation of exist
ing conldtlons easy
Forecast far nsst
Partially cloudy, continued wars.
Tho Tyco recording thwssaawter
registered maximum and .mlatssaat
temperature today, a follaw; ,
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