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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1922)
TONIGHT iSU Ht'.mtV, IVWH
I'lflioiilli Vein- .Vii, mm.
outcome or ny.
Interest Shown to Lie
Probability of Future
'llin iitiuiuiiiiilug niiiji kIkih III'
railroad liuolvoii In Hi.. i.tliiI
fulled MtuliH xiipr uri iiiliui:
' ilhnn'hm llin I'tilou liefle mid on
lr.il I'mifli liiifx Tln Central I'm
ririi- otlondn frimi Tohiiimi. Cnllfor
nlii, In lloruhrnoh, from Weed in
Kirk, (rum Hun I't niirlnrn i(. t mi
uml oantnnrd to DkiIi'ii. uml from
1'ernley lo Wrntwntnl mid Hiixaii
villi. Tin- nir.ll pnillnu nf lli. N
Irmi rut-off lonnlrurtoil from Nu
iron of Onkildo U ulnn ''Kiitr.il nl'
Klmnuth Inli'rrn lien in On. prod
it til III V of fiiluro ((.null in Hun under'
.Hnulhorti I'arlflr riintml I'mli r the !
prcNKiil Southern I'mlflr roiilrol. an
In well-known, ruimtriirlloii ban been
(it a ntntidnllll nnil I'liloti I'uririr
head nr iiilrk l.i point out thai Iho
same roililltluii wl rotillliiK' On llu
other hand, they nay. with tin. On
trill I'arlflr nu' Indopoudi nl railroad, j
roimlrurtlnn or Iho Natron mi ofr
wmilil follow. Tin. I'nloii I'nrlflp
woulil tin 'ii inii.li IIh lliii. in -wntward
from Crane, In i-iiMem Oregon, run
iiiTiIni: nl llrinl .mil building south
lo connect with tho Natron rut off.
thereby giving Klunialh FnllH n mnln
inn. ennt i n run k n null uiKk ntiil a
lliix through from Han Franclnt-n to
That tlu Koiilhiirn I'nrlflc contem
plate no construction In tli(. ticur fit
turn I born o'U liy teh t n t tnn t
mado hy Vice-President K. II. Mp
Cormlrk lo Korrolary T A. Hlivon.
won of tin. rlitimli. - of rnmmorro mill
W. ('. Pallon, proa, 'efit nf thn Ainrr
Iran National hank, nt tin recent
Wlnnomiicrn road conference. 'Ac
cording lo Hlovenrnn, MrCormlrk was
omphalic In liU statement Hint tho
Southern I'arlflr would not hullil,
saying thai Inhnr wan too high anil
that rnll securities were not attrac
tive lo Inventor.
Tim Koulhorn PuYlflr claim Hint
enforcement nf Hie supremo riuirl
doelnlon to ranrel lit leoio of the
Central I'arlflr uml to noil It, Central
I'arlflr ntork In oriler to separate the
two i-nmpanlc woulil In. iletilmeiital
10 thn lient Inlereuli f the imhllr
11 "tin polnleil out that the tun linen
hail developed an old. It It 1 1 thai their
ronllniieil 10 operative development
I eNHinllat to Hie hiiii'.'m of Imili.
Letters were tnalleil liy the chant
her of commerce, lax! nlKht to nrry
Important tlmlier hohlrr of thin nee
lion netting forth the Mtuutlon an
prenentod hy tho Union Pacific rep
rcscntutlvrn here mill a nhown In
Koiithern I'urlfln publicity. Kipren
nlonn are ankeil In order that a do
rlnlon may bo reacheil anil a roiirne
nf action pursued. Tlio hoanl of dir
ector plann to probe the nit nation
until a roncliinlon U reached, then
to prencnl IIh finding to tho Mate
public nonlc commission.
Thn Kan Kmnclnco rhnmher of
rommrrce ban telegraphed lo tho In
torstato rnminerro commission nl
Washington requesting that no action
lio taken hy that body on thn su
promo court ilrrlnlon until a public
hearing ran bo hail to determine in
llinrnt In tho territory served hy thn
ilouthoin I'nrlflc. Tho telegram tip
rlnres that llin dismemberment nf thn
two linen would bo an "Irreparable
rnlnmlty lo thn HhlppltiK public."
A Hlutemcnt "frcintly IhruoiI hy
(!nrl It. dray, prenldont nf tho Union
l'o i fir, follnwn In pari:
"Tim Union I'nrlflc l ulllluK to
liuy tho (Vnlrul IViclfle from the
Continued on Poko Two)
Thn baromotrlc chanson during tho
last 24 hourH have
been small al
though tho Cycla
Htormagraph 1 nt
mnry register a
tirA.a.li-.. Ihmi una.
tjfcrJvl Forecast for noxt
AJTWJs1 84 hours;
Uy) cjgV1 Gonorally fair ami
rttnjp I cooler, with pos-
Tl in I slbly Hhower.
Tho Tyco recording thermometer
reglutorod maximum und minimum
IcmporaturcH today, as follews:
. Jllgh 80
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tpye lEtttfttmg HtmVb
KLAMATH HUB OF RAILROAD WAR I
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I I w Jrfo - 1 I
tiff S Im M
, fc?5MATW FALLS j a I
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m 111 u l iTJSS "g'T- B
iia m ii he: tb ii. irr. ih
' I ft V, ilLA Vnj
I I -.III Ssr "Ao4 I !
Hi llT .'Y iBI -Diii Doinc H
fyW COMPLFTCP 1NP IN fl
WntL rJr nfliLaonos'
5 7riSl 3URVGVEP OR WNDCR
SS?3 'v -PHOTKCTC.O I
iu.... i u .. "",.""' '",Ih "" ,n" '"" " Oio railroad cunirovomy lie
ti. ... ,.T, i l, .'." V'";1"' ","' ,nl0 ,,nclfc "w ' """ 'il" tfrrltoiy !
i. I'll u ,.."r"". ''"''""K "U.nil from Tehainii to llornhrouk. Weed
I.... i ... ! r,""r1"'" ' ""'. d vimtw-Mril In (IriIoii and from Kern
.,.. . VV "!. '""' H"'ll" The portJou of the Natron rut-off con
nimrteti from .Sairon to O.ikr.dKe litilnu Central I'arlflr pr. riy.
TO BE CHOSEN XT
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lie .Vnnietl in IN.i.l,...
I'rrwiil TeuiMinir, lloiinl Au
miIiiIii lit IjiiiuiIi IoiiiiI) t'nli
piertlonn for nrhool dlrertom will
uo iiei,i .Monday In both iho roiinly
dlnlrlrt. oiitnld,, Klanialh Fnlln. anil
In tho illy dlnirlct.
In thn county then
uro the .llr-
erlnr lo be 1 hiMeli th Veplari. the
temporary I rd nppolntoii ,y t,P
ruiinty i-imri to launch n,,, inuniy
Tho candidal.-, am an follow m:
l r' llrlnroll, V. .1. How no and .1.
' uriKiii eanlorn 'etic: J. II Men
Ik mill C It. lloHinan. uoriherii
winn. II W. Tover and Hoy W. Nel
koii. w.ntern nnv; Charlen Mack and
It. I' llrudbiiry, renlr.ll 70110; (5. W.
Offleld, C M. Klrkpalrlrk mid Kimik
iimpfo, nouiliiTu inne.
Tim xoueliiK plan wan adopted lo
neruro lepieneutalloii for nil p.irln of
tho roiiniy. it miMtK only thenrell.
rauy. mr in,, law provldiH that dlr
erlom mIiiiII be elerluil nl larito. Thai
Ih otew mny i'Iiuohii morn than nno
I'Miiillilnln from each zone If llu.y k.H)
fit. Tho purpuno of xenelni: Iho
nmiiei on Iho ballot, however. In lo
prevent KroupliiK of lopresentntlon
In nny une district.
Tho rlty olecllim will Im uh
Monday iifiernnnn nt Iho Central
HClionl, Osrar Hlilvn l the only ran.
illduto hi) fur announced to mircced
All ri'KlRloroil voters ran vote nt
eitiier eteriion. It U only on bond
Iiik or other iiiiittiTH wheru 11 fl
umirlat iiustlon Ih Involved Unit Iho)
vote Im llmlleil to tax-puyem.
300 IN WEED CAMPS
I4KKuk OpcrnUoiw of Weeil l.uni
her Coinpany GoIiir Full Itlast
Throo hundred men nro working
In tho Weed Lumber company log
glnK camp at Leaf near llray, lie
cording to Charloa King, head for
enter for tho company, who In hero
today, King snyB tho mills nt Wood
uro working ono full Hhlft uml that
thero linvu boon no strlko tr,ouhlcH
AIiIh liayRTouml Fund
J. 1', Cmupboll nf tho Klamath
Hnrdwaro company haH dnnnlcd G0
to tho playground fund through thn
Amorlcuu Legion, It was announced
today by Fred Wostorfold, legion
LUMBER CUT GAINING
foiikl Mill JteiMiil riudni'
thin II Per Cent .lxni. .Vuniiiil
rollTI.ANI), Juno IT One Imn
dntl mid twenty-two mllU report ln
lo Went Coanf l.iimhermeirH nnnnrla
tlaon for tin. week ondliiK Jim.. 10th.
manufactured ,ss,:!37,til I feet of
lumber; Kohl UI.ISO.SIT feet; and
.hipped SC, si l,7:i." foil.
I'riidiirijnn for reporllm; inllln wil
' iibovt rrirmal. Now bunluenn
wum TT- above prudurllon tUilp
luenlH with S1,, below now hlinllieoi.
NKW VOUIC. Juno 17. Moro
vlcli. hailed aM America's unbeat
able .'1-year-old, was beaten nt
Aiiedtirt tr.irk today by Wlilsl;
away hy elulit IoiikUik.
Member of tho Associated Press.
I'M.hH, OHKOO.V, HA'I'I HIMV, .11
BLY RODEO WILL
AT YREKA BLOWOUT
M1111111II1 Count)' liillliitlon Hiin
lleillllllloil for llllil lloiU'H
uml .Miikli'ilj Itldi'i-H
HI.KA, Cal . Jiitn 17 - The Illy I
rodeo. 11 Klnmatli tonnly liiKlllutlon.
will hiadllni. tlm hill of nttriicllonn '
'or Mir four day Fourth of July ecl
(linilliiit bete. July I. 2, .1, i,n, I
Tin- Illy outfit doe not rlalm lo
live Hie ImiKent nlrlllB of burkem III
h,. wiit. but every blone In wlllliiR
! uml In iho aKKri'Kiite tin more vlrloiml
or bmdbolled outfit wun ever til mid
'I lie liimiliKoiuoiit wlnben It under
loid M1.1t no hnrnii nor rider In
biirn.l Any miliual that rati buck,
and Inn k rlKht. In wan led, nnd nny
ilia 11 who wmilK to enter for tlm enti
le l. U VM'IcilIIH'.
'I I" (. of the reelir.mtH who like
in w.iiih clever hoxern will have a
I111111,. on the nvenliiK of Monday,
Hie Id. wh'ti mi open air content will
br ntiiKed In tho park with three
main ..miiIk Thin will ,v under the
inanaKetueut of Hen Dlxcn. and a
real run for tho moii'-y In promised.
Tlien tin liiiHi-li.il) Sunday, Mon
il.D nnd Turmlay the fa tin will have
a chance to joe nonie real hall ton.v
in Vrekn will ro up asalnnt her
aii'i.-iit mid mllllani enemy Wied
for a round or two, and the loam
fri in Diiuntnulr will nlno liavi; n try
ni ih prize money, flood hull In
promoted in fact It haH to be no
! Mailing will ho tolerated.
Olio of iho real contemn of the
nennlnn and In fact of the whole year
will ho the nnrliM of relay rncen be
twetn Murphy pt Anhland ani. Hoi-
I nrooK vi .nerriii ineno men will
hrlnR u i.!rJrK of fust ponlen down
hero nnd each day will run a race,
tho winner take all Whllo not
placliiK any too much credence on
what In known an ";riidrc" content,
It Ik Mated hy ihonn who are In a pos
ition to know, that iheno two men
are noun too friendly . to the out
come of thin contenia, or nt leant
neither will admit tTTe other has a
chance to win; nor U koIiir to leave
any effort untried 10 carry homo tho
The Dokeys will b ihero on M"nn
day and already frenh meat In being
Hpotted for tho User. Thin llfier,
by thn way. In especially vlcloun on
Kourth of July cclehratlonn, and
this ceremonial will certainly bo nn
epoch In Iho hlttory of the I. O. 1C.
K. of tbl.i Jurinditcloti.
ciiowiK .tti:m sai.i:
Thn largoat crowd In tho ntorn'
history greeted the opening of the
Halo at thn Womiin' Store this
morning. II N. Moo itald. Moo xald
many of thn cuntomerx exprcnfed
I heir pleasure at being permitted to
.buy at nale prlcoi nt this time.
FOR GOODNESS SAKE, THROW
Www n& m?
,N: 17, I IBM.
WE III WAGES
nr niii 1 innn 1
lit. unn 1 huiiu
1 1 r nun 1 imnn
u n l Lriuu 1
. .... liaH,i .
$27,000,000 Lopped Off by
Board; Strike Ballots
Are Mailed Out
cilJCAflO. June IT A majority
of the meinbern of I'nlted Ht.iteB rail
mad labor board, who yontorday or
dered another nlanh of $27,000,000
In railroad wn;eH. today replied to
the criticism of minority member of
tlm board with the charKo that the
dinnenlltiK memhcrH prencnted "In
cendiary arRiitnentn In a (trained anil
oxiiKKoratud effort to Inflame em
ployee to fttrlke agalnnt the board'
CINCINNATI, O., June 17. Strike
ballot to stationary firemen and
oiler and Instruction to general
committee of nlRtial'mcn to decide
whether to take a strlko vote will be !
ent out today following the railroad
labor board 'g decision last night cut
ting tho wagog of the member of
those union. ClerRs and ntatton
employee, atno affected hy thin latent
cut, will not toko a general itrlke
ballot hut tho general commlttro on
each railroad will determine wheth
er a itrlke ballot would Issue.
CINCINNATI. June 17. Chiefs of
miner and rail union agreed today
to hold a meeting next Tuesday to
dlncun Joint strike action.
INDIAN GIRL BRIGHT
Momi (!corj;t .jril 7, Winn Aver
iiRtt (I'rado of fM rj"r Cent
A remarkable record hat been
made hy McuiaOeor6e1Jjr.e.ar:Pld.
Indian girl attcndlnR tho Modoc
school, and daughter of Mr. Oyron
I.otches, according to Mlts Winnie
Grizzle, school principal. The
youthful Rtudent won an average
record of 90 per cent during her
past term In thn fourth grade, grad
uating this term to tho fifth grade,
The girl U unusually bright and
willing, and apparently has a bright
future. MUh drizzle said.
Four Indians and ono whllo stu
dent were, graduated, a follews:
Ad.i Hall, Clarissa George, Mona
George, Teddy Captain, Osbert Dal!
and Georgia Hutchcroft.
Tho school attendance, was 4S
during tho past turm. Miss- Hazel
Shaver had conducted the primary
grade. Miss Grlzzlo left today fur
S.iu Jose, wheru she will spend the
TAVfl KlhhKlt, TWO I.V.
JI'ltKII WIIKX ALTO IIITH
l.t'MIIKIt I'H.K XfUlt HOAI
ASTORIA, Junn 17. Minn
tllllln Went of Antorla and Mr.
A. lllackntrom of Seanldo were
kllloil and Sam Louto probably
j fatally Injured nfler mldnlRht
when thn automobllo collided
with n plln of lumber henlde tho
Antorla Warrenton road. Thy
accident occurred when tho car
turned off tho narrow pave
ment In uttemptliiK to pann an
other car. Tho driver I. (I.
Stlnnon, Antorla, who wa bruin-
ed I held pending tho roro-
nor' Investigation. Alex Coutx
another occupant wan nllRhtly
OF CITY SCHOOLS
WILL SPEND SUMMER
Many Plan .Short CourM nt ftntr
Normal; Other to Vllt Ilrl
ntlTtN anil Friend
Where nnd how the teachers of tho
city public schools will spend their
vacation wun told by Superintend
ent J. P. Wells today a follews:
Mrs. Charles Patterson plans a
trip to Lo Angelei, spending th re
mainder of the summer In Klamath
Mrs. Mattlo I. Carr leaves Mon
day or Tuesday for Iioston to at
tend the N. K. A. convention, re
maining to visit friends nnd relatives
In tho cast.
Miss Jessie Fayno will spend a
few days In Portland, going from
thero on to Spokano and Chaney,
Washington, then to her home In
Mrs. Agnes Bryan left Saturday
for Wilbur, Nebraska, to visit her
parents and to tako a short course
Mlts Gertrude Parker will leave
Sunday for Grants Pass where the
.Ulpcnd-a few days, later going
to San Joso for a summer normal
Mrs. Molllo netting will leave Sun
day for Ashland to tako a course In
primary methods In tho Monmouth
normal branch there.
Mrt. Golden, Lincoln left today for
Portland where sbo wilt bo married
on June 21 to dr. H. M. Brown. Tho
honeymoon trip will Include Victor
ia. Vancouver, Sheridan, Wyoming
and Ycllowstono park. Tho cere
mony will tako place at the home of
Ttlchard Talboy and will bo perform
ed by the Ilov. George Van Waters.
Miss Fannin Virgil will make her
homo In California.
Mr. and Mrs. llobert Claye will
spend part of their vacation at the
statu normal at San Diego, California.
Mr and Mrs. Ueauchamp will
leavo by motor Wednesday for Los
Angeles, going from thero to visit
relatives In Ohio. They will return
In' tho fall.
Mrs. Eva Clemens. Mrs. Nellie
Wattenburg, Katherlno McAndrews.
Wayno Kazeo and Miss Blackford
will remain In thU city. Esther Mc
Andrews leave Thursday for San
Miss Grace Fcrrand left today for
San Francisco whero sho will en
gage In social welfare work during
Miss Loretta Jennings and Miss
Uuby French will leavo by motor
Sunday for Portland to attend the
U. of O. branch during tho summer
Mrs. Theodoro Nelson will stay In
Klamath Falls this season later going
to a nearby resort, as will Miss Mar-
Miss Irene Conway will visit hor
sister at Klamath Agency until after
July 4, when both will go to Oskosh.
Wis., to visit relatives.
Mrs. J. M. Ezoll will spend tho
summer at her country homo near
Mrs. Ella Callahan wilt remain
here for a while, later attending the
normal at Ashland.
Miss Elda Offleld will remain at
her homo In Merrill and later In tho
summer will spend a few weeks at
Mrs, Lena Hackett plans a motor
trip through tho Willamette valley
later In the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Well will
leave here next week for Eugene
where Mr. Wells will attend tho
summer course at th , university,
studying school administration. Mrs.
Wells will go on to Belllngbam,
Washington, to attend the state nor
mal. . 1 .
OFFICIAL FAPER OF '
KLAMATH COUNTY AND
OF. KLAMATH FALLS
PKICK FIVH OKim
Beavers and Badgers Will
Cross Bats to Aid '
Playground Fund "
A hack-to-natiire .baJobiill ramn
I will be played nt Modoc park Thuw
day afternoon, June" 22, nt 5:00 p.
m. by thn North Sldo Badger, un
der tho management of Clarence It.
Underwood, and the South Hldo Go
pher, coached, trained and tutored
by Charllo Hobert. Th0 nffalr will
tako the form of a public benefit for
tho children's playground, and all
hunlncs houses are requested to
clon0 two hour early and Join thn
parade to tho ball ground, whern
they nro promised liOc worth of banc
hall and horseplay.
Underwood and Roberts have about
completed their line-up for thn game,
but a the first string players have
been out of practice, for somo time,
they arc arranging for a number of
substitutes In caso somo of tho star
should get kidnapped by their op
ponents or develop a cbartoy horsn.
The line-up of the South Bulo Go
phers follews: Chan. I. Roberts, pitch
er: Bert Withdraw, catcher: W. M.
Duncan, first base: Sloano, second
base: Mayor W. S. Wiley, short-stop:
W. O. Smith, third base; A. E. Whit
man, center field; E. M. Ilubb, right
field: H. N. Moc, left .field: Substi
tutes: Keith Ambros, Henry Bol
van, Bert Cook and It. C. Oroes
beck. Other substitutes will bo nn
nounccd later. ;
Tho line-up for tho North Sldo
Badgers: J. A. Gordon and Max
Weiss, pitchers: Paul Noel, catcher:
C. II. Underwoo)!. JTIrat bafee: K.
Sugarman, second hate: Ed. Van
nice, short-slop: Fred English, third
base: J. E. Swanson, center fleld:
Joo Alnutt. left field: Ollle Larson,
right field; Wm. TImms, mascot. Sub
stitutes for this aggregation nro Geo.
Bratton. Bay Crawford. P. S. Pope,
It. E. Doweese, Ben Brown, A. F.
Glover, Austin Hayden, Will Hous
ton and Fred Soulo.
A burlesquo parade, led by tho two
baseball teams, who will bo dressed
In gala attire for the big event, will
start at tho public playground and
march down Main streot to the base
bull grounds promptly. vj 4:3"
o'clock. Tickets for tho gamo aro
being printed nnd will bo ready for
sale Monday morning nt 50c each.
FLOWER SHOW IN JULY,
Two HlUer Cup Offered; Content
Open to Children Under 14
Preparations for the annual flow
er show uro being made, and It la
expected that It will far exceed tho
ono held lust year. Two sliver cup
am offered as prizes, ono by II. N.
iMoe, to bo given to the contestant
with the highest number of points,
(tho other, donated by tho Klamath
'Floral shop, to bo given to tho child
winning tbo highest numbtr of
poluts. This last contest Is open to
every child In Klamath county un
der 14 years of ago. Tho show
wilt ho held during tho second
week of July.
Last year the contestants did not
seem to havo a clear understaudlug
of tho classes in which tho flowers
wero to ho entered, or how thoy,
were. Judged and tbo points award
ed. Tho classes aro as follews:
Division 1 Excellence of blooms,
two nwardg In each clan:
Class 1, Shasta Daisy, 10 slnslo
blooms; class 2, Sweet Pea, 10 sin
gle blooms, ono color; class 3, Sweet
Pea, collection of all varieties, ono
of each color; class 4, Hose, one
slnglo bloom; clas3 B, Ilose, collec
tion, all varieties, ono each; class
0, Natturtium, 10 flowers, one col
or; class 7, Nasturtium, collection,
one of each color; class 8, pansy
collection, any number; clatg 9,
Perennials, best bouquet, 10 of
ono variety; class 10, Perennials',
collection, largest number of varl
etlos- clans 11, Annuals, 10 single
blooms; class 12, Annuals', collec
tlon, largest number of varieties.
DIvlsslon 2 Collection for dec
oratlvo use, two awards In each
Class 13, "Old Fashioner Boa
quel," auy number of tax flower;
(Continued on pace two). j