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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1922)
KDKWHAV, JULY 13, IftM.
THE EVENING HERALD,
IS BUUUIEO FOR
Accused Ex-Pastor (Claims
Phantom Matron Haunt-
Blames tVampirc Ghost
II:- JACK JUNGMKYKU
LOH ANGELES, July 11. Court
ed by tlio dead.
UcslPROil day and nluht by tho
phantom of n inntron who bad Kill-
imI hortolf for love of him n
posthumous love more powerful
than tho lure of HvIiir women.
Deporato efforts through UrUR
and amours to shake off tho ghast
This Is tho weird defense Ronald
1). Stewart, ono-tlmc clcrgymau nnd
prominent moral crusader of Cali
fornia, will make when he Is
brought to trial In Boston on
charge of bigamy, grand larceny
Stewart and one of his alleged
wives, Mrs. Ethel Osbaldcston Stow
nrt, were arrested near ls An
pcIck !' lMnkerton detectives on
-Pl.t.. . nM hIIIa nrnMalmtnl?
J 1110 twuittui nuiaw fa ww.wim- a
him a Jekyll-Hyde, Is standing loy
ally by. the former pastor, corrobor
ating his talo of occult terror and
Raping, Mils laff. three marriages
all wero performed while he was
under the Influence of drugs."
Iliuinli'il liy Ixm'lom Ghost
For seven years. Stewart asserts,
ho has been haunted by Mm. Maud
Hendricks. Hayward, California,
who ho declares committed suictdo
becau-o of unrequited love for him.
Explanatory notes wero left, and
the arandnl that ensued resulted In
the then fighting pastor being dis
missed from tho Presbyterian
"Her xplrlt has flitted between
mo and happiness," explains tho
cultured, fascinating hcartbrcakcr,
as ht is pictured by those making
tho charges. ,
"Kvery night since that tragedy
tho woman's wraith has trooped
with stealthy, accusing footsteps
outside my door.
"Women used to say I had fasci
nating way. They wero tho ways
of desperation. Anything to coun
teract that creeping presence. It
followed mo everywhere. Thoro
was no peace. It was while so
haunted that I went from bad to
worse. In marriage ventures."
There It is, n talo told in the I.os
Angeles Jail one of Intrigue tho suc
cessors of Kdifar Allan Poo as well
as to Interest tho law.
At tho tlmo ho was unfrocked,
Stawnrt, It Is charged, was married
and tho father of three children. Ho
left them to go cast and In Wil
mington, Dolawaro, married again,
ho asserts, "seeking forgotflncu."
WciN .gnln In .New York
"Then In Now York I met Mrs.
ICthcl Obaldeston, tho most inspir
ing Inflenco in my life, whom I af
terward wedded. I married tbrco
& '. B
B "Laaa JF
w t l
Donald I). Stewart, alleged biga
mist, nml Mm. Kttiel Osbaldeston
Stewart, one of the onion lip l
,nld to luitc wedded.
which Stewart undoubtedly posses
ses offers strong temptations' to the
man who loves feminine worship.
Thin gives rise to many tragedlM.
Tho samo Intensity that makes
tho single-track mind so powerful
also makes It tho more dangerous
when deflected from Its normal
Then the Inclination to brood in
duces self-suggested mental pictures
of a haunting nature. They be
come nightmares of obsession .as
Stowart speaks of.
It Is the man ho was, nagging
tho man ho now Is.
San Francisco has opened a plumb
ers' school. Tho first lesson should
bo "Improving tlu Memory."
livery now nqd then wo want to
swat n golf hug.
Our ships ato allowed to carry
hooio ns "stores." These Rlores will
not lack customer:.
'Thanks to tho canning season, you
Ino longer feel fjullly when buying
Jars for homo brew,
II tnkes n million yonta to make
J a lump of coal, says scientists. And
I how long to get one?
Europe Is kicking about our tariff
wall. It seems that things must go
' higher to get over It.
New York had n storm, thou a tiro.
I Another llrlttsh lecturer Is also ex
When a movie nctor does n thing
on tho screen he shouldn't go and
act that way right oft the reel.
Counterfeit $100 bills arn In clrcu.
latlon. This will worry only boot
leggers nnd landlords.
Father Tlmo Is an old gent who
goes fast when he should go slow
and slow when ho should go fast.
The only thing worse than n poor
man with a big family Is a man so
rich he hasn't any family.
Philadelphia has built a tine me
morial horso trough. Now all the
town needs Is a horse.
If you are well bred, after eating
onions you will keep your mouth
shut about them.
We should hate to be an actor In
Pekln where they throw China eggs.
What tho averago man needs l.i a
(Jas Is so high John I), must have
given away a quarter.
S. F. Club Building
Team for Next Year
Cturtor No. 7167
Rcmro Dial No. 13
nKPOltT OK CONDITION OP THfc
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Klamath Fall, nt Klamath Valla, In the State of Oregon, at the close
ur nuMnexs on Juno HU, JJj
1 a Loans and discounts, Including redis
- uverurafts, uninrured S,SKB.9C
4 U, 8. (j)overnmeU Kevurltlo ewned:
a Deposited to securo circulation (U.
!!. bonds par value) 100,000.00
b All other Untied Stales (lovorn-
mrnt securities 3l,fi&4,(Sfi
C Other IhiiiiIm, Mm-k, tiwurltlf, ete S!,(tt)l.7
6 Furnlturo nnd fixtures 40,02S.8n
7 Heal estate owned other than banking
S Lawful reservo with Federat Heserve
Hank 94. 421. SO
10 Cash In vault and amount duo from
national banks . 223.S8t.9S
13 Checks on other banks? in samo city
or town as reporting bank 2, 921. SO
Total of Items 10 and 13 220,S03.S4
14 h Miscellaneous cash Items 1,709.19
IB Redemption fund with V. S. Treasurer
and due from U. S. Treasurer 6,000:00
16 Other assels, If any, Hevenue Stanms... 177.08
Caterpillars Nearly I'wm
Defoliating caterplllers, so preva
lent this year, aro In tho majority
of scascs about mature and tho In
Jury Is practically at an end. Obscr
vatlons Indicate little likelihood of a
repetition of this year's abundant
crop of theso leaf feeders as para
sitic Insects aro very active on them
DOM Controls llia-lltcllcs
Uardon flea-beetles nr beginning
to get In their work on potatoes and
other garden vegetables. A durt
made of ono part powdered arsenate
of lead to nlno parts air Iakcd Ilmo
will prevent serious damage Mix
tho Ingredients thoroughly r.nl apply
the dust to tho plants by means of n
cheeso cloth bag or hand diiitcr.
Ilest results may bo had by r.pplyius
It early In tho morning or at other
times when there is no wind.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 12. Al
ready the San Francisco club of the
Pacific coast baseball league Is re
building Its machine for next year
whon two of Its stars, Jimmy O'Cnn
ucll and Willie Katun, go up to tho
majors for a sale price of $175,000
According to present plans of Man
ager Jack Miller, Hal Rhync, who
plays shortstop for the Seals, will be
at third next year In place of Kamm.
Ralph Miller, late of tho Phillies,
will be at short and Reno Valla,
promising recruit, will take O'Con
noil's Job In tho outfield.
A Seal scout, Nick Williams, who
recently toured tho middle west look
ing for material, reports that ho has
been unable to find nnyono who can
co mo near replacing Kamm or
"Wo are on tho lookout for any
ono who will strengthen the Seals
next year," Charles Graham, vice
prcildcnt of the club declared re
cently. "Wo want a large number of
candidate,, for all tho positions."
Apparently that ten months' Euro-
pcan truco did not Include Ireland.
New York Tribune.
Tho asserted wife who was ar
rotted with ytowart Is declared by J
detective to have posed as his Als-j
tcr and secretary, to have abetted
his subsequent marriages and to have
conspired with him In wheedling
money from various brides, as is
Psychologists who hav0 had Stow
art, alias Drown, alias McGregor,
ndor observation declaro his to be
u striking caso of dual nature: Ono
n Jokyll of honor, Integrity, brains
and honest deslro to uplift his fel
lows; tho other a Hydu of sinister
"Porhups I urn," Bays he. "If
ho it was because of tho woman
wbu haunted mo,"
l.VPuMnr'.s Dual Nature Anuljrzcd
Ily 1IKRHERT LAPIIAM
Character Analyst and Psychological
Donald D, Stowart hag two dis
tinctly conflicting natures.
In both theso selves there Is tho
characteristic which has predomi
nated throughout his life and which
Is responsible for part of vhls pres
That Is an aggressiveness which
knows no rent.
It must bo directed against some
thing nil the tlmo, U not outside
himself, then within. He wants to
fight, to reform. But In contrast to
(his l-i u counter inclination for
ono shielding affection, domestic
pouco and loyalty to ono woman.
To butllo and to rest, those war
Tho atlrmilvonoBA for - women
For Fires Now
this is the time to lay in your supply of winter
fuel. We have what you need.
arc the. cheapest wood that money, will buy and
is really good fuel. We quote a very low price of
Ten Cords $35.00
DRY SLAB WOOD
Per Cord , .'. $6.00
BLOCK WOOD v
Ten Loads ,...,.... ,....,.,.. ......,$50.00
Tell us of your heating equipment and we will
advise you what fuel is best adapted to your
O, PEYTON & CO.
419 Main St. Phone 535
17 Capital stock paid
is surplus fund
19 Untvldded profits
20 Circulating notes outstanding
21 Amount duo to Federal Resorvo Hank
22 Amounts duo to national banks
23 Amount duo to state banks, bankers.
and trust companies In tho United
States and foreign countries (other
than Included In Items 21 or 22)
24 Certified checks outstanding .
25 Cashlor'tf checks outstanding ..,.,
Total of Items 23. 24 nnd 25
Donutnd ilcpoflt (oilier than bank dc
poiltx) HuhJret to ltcMrr, deposits
payable within 30 days):
26 Individual deposits subject to check
27 Certificates of deposit duo In less than
30 dnyt (other than for money bor
rowed) 2S State, county or other municipal de
poilts secured by pledge of assets of
this bank or otherwlMO .
Total of demand deposits (other
than bank deposits) subject to
Reserve Items 26. 27. 28
Time deposit subject to llocrvo (payable
after 30 days or subjecct to 30 days
or moro notice, and postal Havings):
32 Certificates of deposit (other than for
34 Other tlmo deposits
35 Postal Savlngid cposlts
Total of tlmo deposits subject to
Reserve Items 32, 31 and 35 .
36 United State dcpmllt (other thun pos
tal savings), (deluding War Loan
deposits account and deposits of
United States disbursing officers . .. .
Hills payablo (Including all obligations
representing money borrowed other
Notfs and bills rcdlscountcd. Including
acceptances of other bank and for
eign blllg of exchange or drafts sold
with Indorsement of this bank
Stutn of Oregon, . '
County of Klamath, ss.
I, IjOsIIo Rogers, Cashier of tho above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that tho nbovo statement Is true to th bst of my knnwledgo and
wiicr. LESLIE IIUUEKH, cashier.
S. K. MARTIN.
O. D. I1URKB.
C. n. CRISLER. Directors. ' .
Subscrlbtd and sworn to before mn this 7th day of July, 1922.
IDA D. MOMYER, Notary Public.
(My Commission expires September 17, 1924)
Charter No. S49. RMcrre District No. la
nKPOltT OF CONDITION OF THU
MALIN STATE BANK i
of Mallu, at Mulln, Ore., In the Ktnto of Oregon, at the close of business
Juuo at), 11KKI
1 Loans and discounts. Including rediscounts
as shown In Item 31, If any $29,864,43
2 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 95.52
4 Other bonds, warrants and securities, Includ
ing foreign government, state, municipal
corporation, etc., Including those shown
In Item 31. if any .' 4,243.26
5 Stocks, securities, claims, Hens, Judgments,
6 Dunking houso furnlturo and fixtures - 4,704.11
9 (ab) Amounts duo from bunks, bankers and
trust companies, designated and approved
reservo agents of this bank 5,489.06
11 Checks on banks outsldo city or town of re--
porting bank and other cosh Items 34.87
Total cash and duo from banks, Items
9 and 11 - f G.523.98
15 Other assets, it any 1,473.17
16 Capital stock paid In
DEMAND DKlOSITH, other than banks,
subject to reserve:
23 Individual deposits subject to chock, Includ
ing doposlts duo tho State of Oregon,
county, city or other public funds
24 Demand certificates of deposit outstanding..
26 Cashier's checks of this bank -outstaudllg
payablo on demand -
Total of demand deposits, other than
bank deposits, subject to reserve,
Itoms 23, 24 and 25 .,..., 2G.670.77
TIME AND HAVINGS DEPOH1TH, subject to
reserve and payablo on demand or sub
ject to netice:
28 Savings deposits, payablo subject to notice..
Total of time and , savings deposits pay-,
able on demand and subjoct to no
tlce, Item 28 t 8,977.60
31 Ullla payable with federal resorvo bank or
with other banks or trust companies
Total , $51,869.01
State of Oregon,
county of Klamath, ss.
I, Frank Ottoman, n cashier of tlm nhovn named hank .in ...lninniv
swear that tho above statement la trim to tho best, of my knowledge
um, mu.ici. i-MAftK uttuaian, a Cashier.
O. W. MYERS,
NED O'CONNOR, Directors.
Hubucrlhcd nnd sworn to beforo mo thls.iotb day, of July, 1022,
, M. M. BTAHTNY, Notary Public.
(My commission oplros March 9, 11)83;
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