The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, July 12, 1922, Image 1

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WEATHER FORECAST
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OFFICIAL PAPER Of
KLAMATH COUNTY AN0
OF. KLAMATH FALLS
I'lfh I'lilli em-.Vn, IIII7I,
Member of the Associated Press.
KLAMATH FALLH.OKKfiO., Vi:iMMIMV, Jt'l.V iTt.TTli!'-'.
KUINUTH GIVEN '
PUBLICiTr IN .
Si FRANCISCO
In Seclusion
T. A. Stevenson's Telegram I
To Mnyor Rolph Brings
Newspaper Article
Klamath may nm ho iiUnped '
In on Hid California bunnler move
HU'lit Inil Hint In Knltitm: valuable
free iiilvcrllnliiK f i her iiltuiptfi
A few mill (tin more pin know
there In ii Klamath riiiinly mill
lliul Ilic mildem thereof am IIvm
'iniugh in rrntit connection w tlli
I In- Ridden slain le-wlres
Oil Mnuil.iy Herrelnry Mnelison
if lln i-hiiiuhfr nf riinuiietii' ntiC
llln follow Iiik telcKnilii t ,Myr
llollih. Jr.. of Hun Francisco-
sssEyy sbSb
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iWKM. IS
' nine afteh
ClOWII STAY
.16-Year-Old Helen McCal
lum Mysteriously
Disappears
lOLCOTT'S COURSE
I IN RECOUNT TO BE
I DECIDED SATURDAY
';i i-inor'N AllonmjH To Until fun.,
fi-nrm- In I'orlliuiil To I'lmi
1'iif urn Anion
mug mi curat
IVry Hopkins Joco. probably
thn mil lalkiclnf woman en twt
rontlnrnU, ayn Mnt will remain In.
iti-HnUidy In her U Angulet lione
tllio Mill build Hunter la Lo Ai.-KtU.
May n imk ihut jmi remnvv
li liiinrliuiry linn impiiniuiii;
Miiiiinth niuiily, Ori-gun, from
mm mini mi. mini ( ilrt In imir ,
routerteil mmeiurnt tu tirliiK li "
fore till' HiirM dm iiiUiiiit.iKik up Luiiilieiiiiiin tiMw.. (Hlm,
niuitiiHiliN mm tiurn.tlntiH ic Hit i l'otKi'i I'.H, I'm.I,I..Mi mnl li
P'Tlor I iillfuriilii CiWiirnla get ,.. . ,' ,,
pracll.ally u f uur ImihI.i.kn V.u,I ""'' 1'" I'I"iIihiIU
IlllllllUUh hi. ate in il llhtslrill
I"., i ui jiiii wo inn nun yon in
niniii nnii i.ui MHlliillIi' inn in
sults of tlm miiteiiieul hum holm;
suppurteil hy puhllc-iiiliiileil i.
'IK nf .ill llin tttrltury iinrlli of
tin Tuliiu hupls Morn power in
Hi" iiioiumi'iii
Til" ti'li'cruin ai.irril In Tues
day' KltlUllller IIHlIlT (till lle.ll.
till Oregon Sail! We Cant
J."t llii'iii lloont fit Kluiiialh
County. Jimt tin) mill California's
Jlnnler. Wimls To tin Ailmllli'it To
Northern I'nrt nf Htule "
Tlint niliiiUnli)ii nf Klamutli to
tin lioimtur movement In liupnt
slide wan not nkNcrti'il In tlm nc
ioiiiinii)liiK nrtlrli'. nnr did tlm
wrlliT ilwi'll nn Dial phase of tlm
' iiiirMlniC Tli attlrlo, tu' T.irl, fol
low h:
HAN I'ltANf'Irtro, July I a The
iil)slerlntls illftappearmiio nf sixteen
enr olil llnli-u .MrCnlliim nf I'da.
liiinn while she was i'ii route from
Chlloquln, Oregon, to Imr homo nti
Jiiim 22, Ihih Iml in ii search liy tlm
pollen of Hip day cities.
On that ilntn xlm wired to Imr
fiillii-r. .Inliii .Mcf'alliiiii, 717 F nt..
I'i'liiliima, mii)Iiik nlin wniilil ar
rhi til limim nn tlm fnllniTii; ilay.
Tlin Inli'Kram wan miit frnm WVpiI,
t'allfnrnia
No wont aim Imi'ii mcnlvnil from
Imr kIikk limn Tlm fnllowliiR tiny
Imr triltikk arrhcil lionm
Tor four iiiiiiiIIih prior In Imr
" illmippiiraiKn ih Klrl iuiil Imnn
' ' IIIIijk Imr mini. Mr Ionian, In
tin' Uncoil low ii
"" Tlm falln'r cniiin to Hnn Kniiirltmo
(ii't )Oiir I'm no tlm lilK StiliiKM.". uM nlKllt Hint I iltn.l llm ii.Hlli.i-
HAI.KM, Jiily 12 rioicrnnr ON
(olt'M nm mo In th" primary i-liTtlori
Hinii-Hi, lnHlltiilii in lichnlf of
Cliurli'H Hull, will In. ilrrl.lftl m n
coiifuri'iito of Olcoti'H ntiarnyn nt
I'ortlniul tomorrow, n( Itoy Hhli'liln,
Olrott'd iitlorimy, today.
Tlio governor In nllowml until Sat.
nrdny nli.'lit to flln nnnwer umlnr
tlm xtlpulallori IIiiU'h attnnmyB fllci
today
KAILYUAKDS
mum ur
ib or 1,000
Gets His Men (
MEALS BY SOLAR HEAT
Sun refill (Vmkrr,' I lnlallrl Af
Alt. U'llMin OWrrntfiry
KLAMATH DECLARED
FACE TO FACE WITH
BIG DEVELOPMENTS
nrciil II 1 1
iipi'iilti'r ai tin
forum lutirlmim nf thn rlinnilmr nf
i oiniimrr.' tndiiy
Mil lilii III rnuiily I filer
wiin oik iI.'vi.Iopiiii'nlK. .i Mr-iin In I't-f alutiiA h :i putli
ii'in.i'11. mill nn cltlti'iia xlinuld for-, fat hiT.
Ki'i lid. pi'H) prtdili'um fnrurr mull Knini- tliiu pri'Vloim tu Imr dm-
pri-piui. in unit,. ih,.r ,.riM oppor-! uppiarano. hIii had i'Jpri'iimd n
wlnh tn .'iitnr honpltnl trnlntiiK
lati xturt lorally
iMoili.tiin'ii. rlili.f.m )ri Katlmrlrn. Clui'iitmrl. iiollin
llllllllri'dtll IHMilli unman, wlm .it nnm Ht.irlnil : Ni'iirrh
It l li.'ll.'tid III" Kill tll.iy pnHHllily
Mum. rrjclmd H.i ii I'miiflnrii Hut
to fan. why nlm xhoulil not him. miiiIIihipiI
In Imr!
Nnrtlmrn C.illfor
In r.i'itlni: ln'oml
Tin. (iri'.ili'r
nla movi'timnt
liuiindK
Vi'iilnrday Klamath i-ouniy. On.
Jiixt atrnH tin. Hlali. llim. n IIm
miIi i. I,i Imnnl In u iilnlnlhi n
cri'l that tli Hlati huiindary
loiildll'l ho plllli'il up hy thn roolH.
I'ur Klamath I'hIIh. Ill, tnr: tin
(In-aliT .Vorllmru Callforuhi hrnnd,
wantN to nn! in nn tin. movi'ini'iit
Inn,
Thin. linwnMT, U only a umiill
part of Urn fri'o mlvi-rt lnliir Ktmu-
utli Iiiin Kiiliii'd ri'fi'iilly. Tlm ntory
of r-'runk V. HiiiIhiiii'n Cr.itiT l.nko
ilniili Wiin widely printed hy mant
iinWNpapi'rH IorpiIht with phturpN
of tin cup nw'tinli'tt him hy local
IiiinIiu.h.'i iiimi. Thri'i. mi'tropolltan
papcra K.ic ronnldi'rahli. pari to
tin. Hlory. In addition to llihr, llm
.'larrami'iito linn rpri'iitly puhlliihi'd
pliotoKraplii kIiouIiik Klamath K.illi
IS ji'iiri ni;o and today, pUlurliiK
ilio Krowili of (in. (ty (hat
pprlod.
NEW STORE TO OPEN
Nmilfni-il .V Cnmpaiij IMnhlMiiil
Hi'i'iitli llialn of OiiMi'rlit
Anothnr i.ldi'iKi. that Klamath
Fall.. In conl,pr,., a ,,K hul..,'N ., ' "" ,," ""' . .
i..w.. u -),,. i M""'1 M "'" w'f Inl'io I"! com
,,PWK,crv;., ,,. , !"""" "'" '""' -"' that tho
Htri-Pt hy Hantford & tonip.iny, thin
(unit if n
lli'cniMn nf a
ino tliuiMT IndiMlry mlmipir tho
ppiik of iho mniki't. h nalil. and
hudiii'ini In nnu' ilropplnK off in
omi. extent Mont ri,,r, r wr
iIpuuiiiIh for liuiiioillatit dcllvpry,
with f.v nnli'rii fur futiim ilidlvpry.
' Production coMM lirn hlnfi. and
ultORi'lhir llm luiulmr hiiKliirnii m
pri-HPir N juiffi'rlni; n nIIrIu ,,..
i.ii-miiiii, iiHii'tiiHl llm npnnlier J ,
alil In. wan hoppful of a fall n.
in.il. nowPtiT. nint thn tiiiiu of
tni iimrimsliin millrely npllinlitli-
Mint plant forre.. hi n.ih, nrp
RntwrjitK i-oiiNtaiitly. 1 1 1 ,u, ro,.
pany. I'..is.m na).. )s oppratliic ut
iihoiii tuii-ihlriU normal capacity
aiiil'i-xpicu tn In. nn n normal
IunIn In thirty dayn.
I al 1'inp.iuiiii'la c,
A handicap to f.ii,.r rpmiiupllon
of full operation N ttlw propaKanda
hi-liiK Mirpail on tin. oiiinIiIp hy a
fow radicals, who urn illNcouranliiK
worki'M from roinlnK hprn, luiorl
liiK that tlm Ktrlkp Ih Ht 111 M pr().
icrpia mid thi'ri'foro nil who tako
Jolii will ho hlriKi'-liri'akcrii.
1'o-oppr.illou In lilllliiK- UiIh uii-
truth was mkoil hy tin. Hpvakor.
Ilo ih'clari'd it was dolni; a Rrwit
ili'il of harm.
llnforrlnK to Hip Mrlko. ho 'do.
ijnri'd It had Iippii unique. In K
falrui'KK and luck of vloloncn and
i prhi compliment to (ho Htrlklnn
(i'iiiiln)i'Ort for maliitnluliiK an or-
lily hoarliu; durliiK tlm Iouk iIIh.
VuIp. Hi. renfflrmi'd tim nttlludo
of tin. oppralnrH to ho a deslro to
'ki'pp hniim and waKiM on llm name
I'AHAUKXA. Caf, July 12. Thi
thri'i. Hiiian mi-alu of mankind may
noon hi" prpparnil hy Milar heat ulono,
accordlnK to Dr. Charli-N (Iri'i-loy Ab
bot, noti-d nitrophynlclsi of Woiili
liiKton. I). C. whowlll rontlnun ex.
perlmi'MH nt thn Mhiint Wilson ohnpr
ntor, ni-nr Iiitp. with IiIn "iiolar
lonkpr." an urniiigeiimut of rpflcc.
torn mid jnitm: All tin- tooklnK
for hlmii'U and hU Klaff wan tmutly
.ind niipntliliiRly iionu with thin dp-
vim durliiK a prcMoun nojourii on
till) IllOUIIt.llll. .
Tlm iipparutuit luntalh-d on Mount
WIInuii.' mid Or. Abbot, tust about
l.'uo, nut a Kroat ileal wIiph it In con
hid. 'red that thuro In no additional
coat for fiml and that Ihix particu
lar milar looker wax mudu oupcclally
for thi'Hi. I'xpi'rimi'iilii Uuuutlty pro
duction Hliould lower thi" coat materially.-
1 Man Shot; Deputy Mar
shals Among Number;
May Call Troops
DAI.I.AK, Tox., July 12. J. V
Plkn, wan gpvpriily shot anil a dozen
otrmrH, notni- of thm deputy United
HlatCB marahaU euardlnn tho ill
noiirl Kantian & Toxag Rhopn at Dcnl
non, wore kidnapped snd taken to
thn woodii nml beaten by a mob of
1000 nt Deiilnon enrly today, accord
lnK to report to the railroad's jtcn
pral offlcoN horn. "Tho railroad com.
pany In expected Jo nsk tho governor
for troopn.
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BAND MOW NT1
CHICAGO, July 12. A program
for a solution of the rallroad'!iop
mcn'N fitrlke wan drawn up today
by Chairman Hen W. Hooper of
Point as a boldun man. Sixclat
Actnt a. T. McCarthy o( the!
American Railway Ezpnra tracked
f'Uctd pottal robbtra throughout'
country and finally Mixed In'
iw York thrM aald to b Involved'
a natlon-wlda looting ct malW
GREAT INTEREST IS
APPARENT IN PLANS
FOR ANNUAL RODEO
Maay Ktprctccl To At trad Mretlii-
tho railroad labor board after cou-1 ' lit Chamber Toolnht; Illy l(W
CITY HAS ONE LESS
IK'II) Wilson, t.'oloml, .Mnkc Ab
rupt Ihparturo 1'or Tnlnt IU-.ich
Hctiool for nurri'K. Hit father nli
Jncti'il Imcatiiii. of Imr oilth. A
march of Iwnplt.ils haw Imeli iniiilo
hut no train of her waw found
Klin In dn.crlliml nn u Rlrl, of pm. J Klamuth KalU' population wun dc
pimnpiiii'luR uiiinrancp tAt tin time' crpiuoil by oun thin morning due to
tlm wired her futlmr nlm. I believed
I t A
to han had ).5 In her poiieKsloii
No rnaiioii In known why ho mlKht
wlnh to remain away from homo.
Hi dispatches hat been .'nt to
point nloiiK tin railroad hut nnnn
of thriit haH hroiiKht an ntiKWcr
that mlKht lend to the findiiiK of tho
Klrl.
ItlllTISII TO KCI'AV LOAN
LONDON. July 12 Tlaiu for ro
pa Inr; tho llrillah loan to America in
ii lump sum noon hy means of n loan
to In rained In KiiKland nml America,
I reported by tin KvenliiK New.
ix)Vi:it unions
WASHINOTON. July 12. Klmcr
Dover, of Taconia, wan reported to
have renlKiii'd an amMant necretnry
of tho treaHtiry.
tho abrupt dop.irtiuo of one Dolly
waison, lolored. iirii unknown, who
departed for part unknown dun to
thn illcocrjr on her prpinlse of
four bottle of moonshine.
Thn dlncoMiry rninn whpn tho
Jury In tho casu nf Wtilipr Lewfn,
colored, on trial for slaylnu (.porRO
Nichols, vIhUi'iI the hcenn of tho
crime., I.owln hump, which ndjoln
that of Dolly Watson, near Fourth
nnd Walnut.
Ciller or I'ollco Wilson and l'atrol
mun McLourIiIIii madn luosllKatlon
when thi find wu roporti'd. Dolly
then made n visit to her attorney,
followed hy n chat with District At
torney llrowpr, after which aim wan
ald lo havo decided to pcnd tho
remainder of tho summer nt l'alm
Ilearh. She did not announrti when
sho would return.
"Oooil riddance." was tho brier
com men t or the pollco when her Ru
nway became known.
ference with hopmvn'a leader,
and wall submitted to railroad
executives.
Hooper' proKrum, representing
the minimum acceptable, to tbo
niriKitiR shopmen, to be sub
mitted to tho shopmen' leader
McMeiilman, the labor member or tho
counter proposal.
CHICAGO. July 12. Uallroad ex
ecutives thU ufternoon In confer
ence with Hooper nald they nould
Klve their anwer "later." Hooper
4ld the chief purpose lu meeting; tbo
executive was to urraiiRO u conrer
eticu between them and Juwcll, tbo
atrlko leader, and he Indicated tho
exerutlrcs attitude was disappoint
Inc. i
Hooper' conferenco was aald to
hare been the res aft of a ltKuLfnUle
telephone conversation last night be
tweim President Harding and W. L.
McMcnlman, teh labor member or the
railroad labor board.,
HOSKVILLK. Placer Co., July 12.
Sensational charcc or peonage
ngalnst the Southern Pacific were
filed yesterday with tho st.ito com-
mission of labor, where. It la alleged
that IS men aro being held In tho
yards here, and rorced to aid In Icing
car.
The men. It Is alleged, aro boboes,
and were taken rrom train passing
throURh Kosevlllo. Tho railroad com
pany told them they either would
havo to go to work or go to Jail. They
accepted work. It U alleged, without
knowing they were going In upon a
strike Job. As soon as they learned
rrMfilHtitr To lie
Great Interest has
here In thu propos.il
Hodeo awoclstlon to
agreement under -which
could be staged hero each year and
It appear- that an organization will
be formed hero for ttut purpose,
according lo thdio Interested In the,
proposal.
Representative or the issocbv
Hon will arrlvo hero Irom Dly to
day to attend the meeting to bo
held In tho chamber or commerce
room at 8 o'clock this evening.
They' will be authorised to present
derintto proposals.
"This appear to be an oppor
tunity to bring thousands of peo
H.Jnjnorthy rt Om consideration
"pie heroVach ycaT',and 'f TJeHeve
of every business man In this city,'
wan tho opinion or Secretary
Stevenson or tb0 chamber or com
merce.
SHAKErt INDIANS MEET
Conferenco At ClilliKjuIn Attt-noctl
Hy .'M From Two State
(Continued to Fag 3)
TWO WEEKS OFF
lielliK thn Noveiilh of u chain of store
The other six uro loiated III westurn
Ori'Kon ami' thimiKh llm Wlllauiet
I" uilley.
ThlH Ntoni will hn run nn Imlli a
"niHli ami carry" mid a delivery sy
Inm, Thn delivery innt will In.
Minall hut will iio( hiixu to ho paid If
tho piirchUHiir ilueH not not didherr.
Thn opening day Ih ttet for K.itur
day, July " I r., mid ilmt day will he
I'Himrliilly ilinoted to HltorH wheth.
or they heromo iiirchiiHora or not.
wiarin:it i'iioiiaiii.itu:h
Tho Cyclu-HlormiiKriipli nt Un
. vi. i'-) iiorwiiiidH Phat'iiin
- 'f v
iiiiKiiiiy nil it iik
preHHilio this iiftm'
noon nlthoiiKli tliu
nut I'hniiKii iilncu
the report of ye-
tot day, Ih iiiuuII, In
illrutloiiH point to
ii coiitiiiiianco of
liroHenl wimllint'
nilldltlllllH,
Forecaiit, for noxt
24 bourn;
Fiilr nnd warm.
Tho Tycon rocorillng thormometor
ruKlntnroil maximum and minimum
luiiiimruluriiH today, nu follewH:
m
"QM
employer- desire w.m to mko
liourH ii short mid wiirpn iu high
a poHtlhlo under competltho con-
llltlollK.
0iium'n I'nineinei-
One of the Krent iiuiHtlou hii
foio Khimiith Full nt piPient, said
Morteimon, M llm uillway tiltuutlou.
lie rxpriwed u pernounl preferenco
rr rontluiiatloii of thn Southern
ami Central Pacific luorKor. An
iinmerKliiR, lm Mild, would bring
no iiclual (ompetlllon to Klnmath
FiiIIh, hut would ho "meiuly n
rhiuiKO of inastelH" It would
"lonftiKii nml corrupt" tho existing!
Southorii Pacific HyHtem to no real '
llllvaUtllKO for Mil., i, ,.! v.... I
r.."... r ur
suippciH it would menu car nhort
rzrrrzr
WELL OLW orvttriit
THE BOSS lOLD WE
To Take mV vacaTTon
HexT weeK
X., .;
OH SID!
ISN'T TAT
SPienDiO?,
now you cam
PainTTme Porch
AMD FlK JUNIOR'S
bicycle and put
up The Trellis
AMD
clean op The
BASEMENT ano gbT
The furnace n'
SHAPE FORWINTeR
ano Fix ThaT leak
in The Poop ano-
roKisierrt u ....,, ,,
n gj" ' """ iiiiier uiKuiiviiniagPii.
u it weio u iiuiiHtloii of Kottlng
n rompetliiK road that was heforo
tho community, tho speaker mild ho
would fuvor u movement that would
hi lug competition hut hu Buv no
Booil nud many ovll posslbllltlcH
that would nrlso If thn
went through.)
Tho speaker also illscusnod ro
rorestatlon, which ho iiBsertod was
ii big question Mr KlaniAth. Ho
urged tho need or roiest flic pra-
HlRh
Low
.no
.on
unmergor
(Continued on Pngo Threo)
' - -r "
coT The weEos in I i Think i'ui?av& ( ' iWl i
THe backyard I f The CHiLORert wiTh T!?f -jf -'. ,
I sAHO HOfiTHECABDeN j Yoo WHH-6 i Golo J WHO TH oAM I
ano ciisan THe v,sirMdlhsaOR HILL'S TfiJUIti"
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j3Cbti
Thirty-five Indians of tho Klam
ath reservation and or Washington
reservation attended tho Indian
Shaker church conference at Chllo
Quln on July C, called nt the re
quest of the Klamath Indians for
tbo purpose of divorcing the Chllo
quln church from tbo Jurisdiction
of the Oregon corporation, declared
to be fraudulent.
Sargent Drown, head elder of tho
Chlloquln Shaker church, said some
schemer had formed tho Oregon
church corporation under falsa pre
tenses. It was decided at tho con
ference, ho said, to extend tho
legitimate Washington corporation
to Oregon nnd to afflllato with It
tho Chlloquln church, Tbo sltua
tlon was fully explained at the con
ferenco by. Bishop Peter Heck or
Oakvlllo, Wash., and-Alex TIcco or
Toppenlsh, Wash., leading worker
In the church. Tho Iter. Dan Hart
Is pastor ot tho Chlloquln church,
which has a membership or to
or 50.
According to Sargent Drown.
members or tho Shakor church es
chew drinking, smoking, gambling
and other similar habit, and do
not attend tho movies.
"Wo live according to word rrom
above," said Drown.
IS GIVEN HELP
BY BOX PUNTS
Klamath Lumber & Bx
and Big Lakes PUslfa
Aid; Others Volunteer
ir everybody .rallies to tho band
Riipport as strongly nn tho bo fac
tories aro coming In, (hero Is so
doubt that Klamath Falls will bars
a band this summer.
O. A. Kraune of tho Klamath Lum
ber and nog company started the bo
factory contributions by volunteer.
Ing to takri a dollar ticket for each
of tho factory employees to Thursday
Evening's dance and concert, '
" M. s. West pledged the Big Lakes
Vox compony would Mil Into TIe aasl
ether plants aro expected to fetta
their example, according tor A. L.
WUhard, chairman oj the chamber of
I'rr-K-nt" commerce band committee.
hi), Mrs. A. F. Glover, wnrklnv tnl&.
.. . -. -..
been aroused handed, sold over fSO worth of Ho
of the Dly kctH up to today.
rTtCch some Thl" '" encouraging, aald Wlshard,
n rodeo ad the support or those who have
enseJ thn lapisortance or the move
ment Is highly appreciated. But tbo
campaign need mora general tup
port to make It tho success It should
be. It tho attempt to maintain a
a band raits thl time. It will prob
ably be years before tt can be re
vived and therefore It Is urged that
everybody get In and help; sot hav
ing tho success or failure of the haai
In tho hands or a few extra wtutas
workers.
As the band Idea beeossM swart
familiar to the "public, eathasiasai
develops rapidly la propertlea aa tha
'benefltYtocDme pvareat; -i
In looking about for musicians to
Increase the band membership.
Chairman Wlshard has discovered aa
amazing amount OX Interest In Klam
ath Falls.
Ho has saved only tho most
promising answers and hat a stack
of letter several Inches high from
musicians -who want to locato here
ir tho band is sta'rted. They1 aro
men or all professions and trade
from banker to laborer, mostly fam
ily men 'of tho permanent citizen
class, any of whom, would bo a dis
tinct asset to tbo community.
It even ono or these families
would locate hero permanently it
would more than compensate for the
season's cost of maintaining a band.
Wlshard points bnt. Add the en
llvonlng Influence ot a weekly band
concert on the buslnesa district; tbo
pleasure derived by the crowd and
tho publicity that the city will
get from a class A band and the
argument In Its favor Is overwhelms
Ing, declare Its supporters.
The mombers or the band, 14 of
whom aro permanent residents, ask
no compensation for their services
whllo playing tor tho public concerts
and on general occasions, and tbo
total cost Is estimated at 1150 a
month tor the summer season to
pay the director and provide mnslo
nnd incidentals.
RUSS PARLEY FAILS
(ronfen-nie At Tho Hagae Whi
Sot let Delegates Without Resmtta
iTRUCK LEAVES GRADE
jPrvM'iico of Mind 8au- Diiter For
Standard Oil Company
A big Stundard Oil company truck,
driven by Charlie Swift, went over
grade on tho road between hero and
Algonia yesterday ufternoon, when
the atearlng gear broko and tho driv
er lost control of tho machine, Swirt
had presanco or mind cnoiugh to
Jump before tho truck went over
tbo bank and escaped nny Injuries.
Aside from a fow dents tho truck.
was notvbndly damaged.
m
V, S, PACKS IIKFIC3T '
TkMnAuM
WASHINGTON, July 12. Gov.
ernmnnt faces n not deficit of $425,.
000,000 for tho current fiscal year,
Prcsldont Harding Informod federal
executives in a business mooting to
AaK t j
THK HAGUE, July 18. Th
conference with representatives oC
soviet Russia broke down today,
without any apparent hope of a'
further meeting.
Maxim Lltvinofr, the Rtuslaa
delegate, said on leaving the eoa
rorence that further meetings wera
unlikely as non-Russians Insisted,
upon tho Russians .making promises
regarding proper! compeasstloa
und giving guarantees which wera
impossible, until tho Russian kuesf
what credit and loans would bt
granted. r
Lltvinofr added that the Genoa
non-aggrosslon pact would bold for,
on0 month after the last asettlag,
GERMANY MUST PAY,
Installment oa ne,0,
Kxpected Next.
Maths
I
PARIS. July a. Germsay will pajr
132,000,000 or tbo f60,0Mlt faltj
marks duo next Saturday, th rt
parationa commissions deJ4d Uds
Tho balance Is (o bo aald fa drs
unu coai. 1 1
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