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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1922)
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
KLAMATH COUNTY AND
OF KLAMATH FALLS
IOMHIIT AMI lltllMV IWIII,
Member of the Atwociutud Press.
l-'IfliM'iitli Vi'iir. Nit IlilT!!.
KLAMATH FALLH.OHL'OON, 'I III II.MMY, JI'I.V l!, IIUKJ.
I'ltlOH FIVH CKNTH
OF 75 III
ATTACK ON IT
and Guards Injured;
Four Are Missing
oitovn.i.i:. cniir, July 1:1
liiiirniiN iilrllii'lirimliiTH uinl gtiiirdn
th Injured, Mivnil mirlniiiil) nml
mm probably fn Hilly, wlirn iilmut 25
men. h Unit Inln (dm n "inly Imlii)
In iiiiliiiiiolillrii, charged (tin Weitl
rrn 1'inlflp rcundluiunn. Tim nt
tmicrn then motored nwa)' Four
guards iiiIIiik urn believed In hno
t'lllt'AtlO, July 13,- II. M Jewell,
lender nt lli utrlklng mIiiiiiiii'h, nml
nil International prcfddcntn of Dm
nlmp rriiflM, today wired reply In
I'ri'nlili'tit 1 1 nrilliift'M pmcl.imiitlun mi
Ih" nlrlkn idtuntlon. They i burred
ttuit tin' rullrnmln hnvn nut III nil up
In tli" truusportiillnn nil, nml (lint
Mrlkern walked nut bcrimim ilm wjik
en fixed liv Ilm Inlmr liiiiint iti'
In iitntlnn of pro fnlnnt nt tin
truimpurtntlnn art Tli" striker In
hlnlnl Hint no Interruption of inm
ini'rri' of Intcrfcrcnru In tli" mull
Ii.im Iiitii caue, hy mi) unlawful uct
py the shopmen.
Tim lidi-griuu lulil "ii i'li luli-rfiT-in"
in Ilm railroad' ullempl In up
itiiIk with lin ompelcnt workmen
Jewell nml tt In uniliit"B reiterated
tlii'lr ili'Hlrn In tOMijicriit" mi tiny
offort being for P"Ui", tun that up
In th" present tlni" tlm rail i'Xi-cii-
llvi'M liiul refused t n t tlm in-
ptuycen' reprcsentnlh c.
Such utllon n that taken liy Pres
ident Hunting In tlm rnal strTio In
riiKKcnleil liy tli" new inuvn of the
shop rrnft lender.
I)i:NISON, Tex.. July 13. Two
limn wcro beaten a n it carried Into
tlm country liy n band of 20,
which allocked tho Frisco shops ut
KANSAS CITY, July 13. P. A.
KnlKlit of thn railway carmen today
(nil tho Associated Press hi) believed
tlm Missouri Pacific wreck hero Inst
night In which flvo wem klllcil w.w
dun to a dufect In thn nlr rouplltiKn.
AUo Hint tho untiiu conilltloii wna roil
pmihllil" fur tlm rcc'ut Hncklflnnil
wmck lu'nr Wichita.
IIAI.TIMOUK. July 13. rim llnl.
tlmiirn & Ohio tmlny unnuiinctnl tho
illKcmiltnunnru of clRht pnmionKor
trnliiH ununlly cnrrjlnj; innllii,
KACIIA.MIINTO. July 13.- Appll
viiitlun for u ri'MrnlnlnK onler en-
JoluliiK tho Nhopmvn from Inter
forliiK with tho movumont of tralmt
w.-ih fllcil In thn fcilorul court here
tmlny liy tho Snutliorn Pacific
WA8IIIN0TON. July 13. S. II.
CrlHler, Hiiperliitemlont of railway
iniill nnrvlco ut Bi. I.oulx. roporteil In
teleRraius to 1'oatiuiiHter (ieneral
WorltH toilay that 3000 tnlleH of rail
way mull mirvlco on Ilm Wnliiuh
railway worn not lioltiK operatml.
Crlulur uililoil that thn fiml Hltuntlon
van norloUH bernimo or Ihd npparent
Inipomlblllty of gottlni; coal moved
nor fnrolRii llnoa from tho ihIiich for
uiio by tho rnad.
WASIIIMJTOX, July III. VoM.
jiuutcr (ieneral Work notlflcil Ih-cn
lik-nt HnnlliiK Hint ouriiy h1k.hcI
Unit n HiornUHlJy orxnnUnl fleet of
no,(MM( motor velilrlcs ruulil Im mail
llled ultliln ill Imur hliuulil Hi"
hliopmeii'H Htrlkn further Interfcro
with Ilm iiihIIh,
In mnny Innluncon, It was kiiIiI,
pimtul InHpoctorH had fU"d t' vorlfy
rnporlH annt to tho dopartmunt liy
rullwuy offlclulH, In Mlimourl and
I.oulMlunu, It wiib oxplttlnod, Inspoc
lom hud found u Ioks Horlous nltuu
Hon than liiul btioii rnportnd to thorn.
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T, P. Monro, npoclnl iiroiU of tho
Kouthorn 1'aclflo doclarod tmlny Hint
Wllllmn WoHtluko, nulflo Fruit Kx
pruHH (?UHrd, who wiih shot In tho
rlRht arm and hud a bullet Kruzo
liln choHt Kondny night wiih woundodl
liy HhotM flrod from u hill north of
tho rullrond ynrda by Htrlkors.
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tho hill Is nltuatod uliout thrco-auur-tern
of a ratio north of tho Icing wtu
Hon, whom men wero ut'work Icing
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This picture of striking railway shop workers leaving their jobs in the Chi
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul shops, Chicago, is typical of similar scenes throughout
the country as thousands of workers obeyed union strike orders. While enthusiastic
demonstrations like this were common, not the slightest disorder was reported from
MILK PRICE RAISE
DUE TO NO PROFIT
IIiiIiiis ShIiI To l(a" Slum n ls
In Snilin IikIiiiii "; Iinli'iion
U 'llnrn t'rnt I'rr Viiurt
Im rruiii nf milk prlrc-M nii
iiuiincril )i"ilrriliiy, which kih-m Into
nffiTt Hiituriliiy, July IT., ni in:nl"
IH'd'miliry lii'iiuinn Ilm ilulrli'K Iiiimi
liooli iiperntliu: ultlmiit prntll uinl,
In Mini" limliinri'H, nt u loi. Thin
li iKienllni: in O. I.. Ilolllil.iy of
tlm llulllilny il.ilry, unn nf thn fKin
rrn nf tlm iinuuiitiriiiiiont. Otln-r
nIriiith Moto Miller Hill dairy,
I'rrtnliim il.ilry anil .Mountain Ylnw
, Tlii liuronim In from In ri'iitu In
13 fmiK per MHiitt, with prnjior
tlnmit" Inrn'.i.''" fur lurcer iimiitl
tli'H nf lioth milk nml cri'.un, nml
In "hi'l'Miil,, prlio. Tlm .Mountain
Vlnw iTnlry prlron will Im 14 riintn
por iii.irl, mm icnt nliimi tho
prli'on nf Hi" oilier ilnlrlm.
Spokmm It Slniuliiril
llollliluy Htlil tlm ilnlrli'i h.ul
tnkcu Kukniiii iin tho ulninlarU for
flxltiK prlrrri lien. Thin wnn Im
ciiiu" thn cuuilltlmiH nrn nlmlljr tin
to fiinl iniulltlniiM. Conilltlnim hern
huulil nut Im euiupnreil with llimn
of Mrilfuril nml other placed wheru
ii lower nltltuile unit mlhler cllmittu
reiluccH the cuxt of feci! I m: ealtlo,
With tho exception of ono or two
mnaller ilalrlen, tho prlco iiil.in In
WOMAN HIT BY AUTO
Mix. W. Miller Sii-lalils IiiJuiIcn .h
Mii I)'ii'n llov I'lictiiry
Utrurk by u b.icklut: niitomotill"
JuhI iih Him loft Ilm box factory nf
thn Klamath l.umbor K llux conipany
nt SblppliiKlun ut r u'cluck estenlay
iiflemoon, MrH. W. Miller, 33, u fac
lory einplo)!', wiih brought to tho
Klnmnth (lelicnil liiHpltnl hern Kiif
ferliiK from a h(iero hcalp lacorallou
nml bruUi't mi Ilm loft Hlinuldnr.
HuHpltuI uulhurltlcH hiiIiI thn Injuries
worn not Horloun. Mm, Miller rn
iililnH nt tlm Star rooniM with hor
itniiKlitnr. Her liuubaud Is oinpo)ed
on n r.iiuh near HiIh city.
FISH FOOD EXPENSIVE
9UI,U()ti Spent Hy fnllfornUi Tor
Yiiuiik Trout nml Saliium
HACUAMI.'NTO. July 13. -FIhIi
fond to Keep thn buby (lout anil hiiI
mini ullut thill tho California fluh uiid
K'Him lommlH.sloii In propugutltiR for
thu lament of Hporttuueu (ohIu $21,
000 u year, tlenrKo Keale, exucutlvo
officer of tho commission, mild In u
recent uddri'HH Jmre. .TrnHportll
Hon of thu fish earn In which thoso
finny wardn nf thu Htuto urn mouxl
to their brook mid litkn huiuua couIh
$1(1,000 u year, Im Hiild,
JI,OIUA IN COUHT
1.03 ANUKI.KS, July 13. (llorln
HwaiiKiin, film nctrusa, will appear
In court Imro tomorrow to untrwor
churgos UKaliiHt hor and hor
mothor of umlro Intluenco In con
nection with tho will of tho Into
Mntthow r. HurnB, tho ncroBs'
stop-fathor. HolntlvoH nro contest
np tho will; "
Rail Shopmen Laid
STATE ROAD HEADS '
ARRIVE TONIGHT; TO
HOLD MEET FRIDAY!
IwikVlleu Itout,. IJin-Mloi, Will Im
A telicr.un frinu Medford Init.-iy
aihlni'd Hie ibninber nf imiinmrrn
that tlm Hlutn hlchwiiy luinmlnnlou.
em will arrlMi hero thlx evenlni; by
mntur from Med'nnl. Tlm party will
Inclml" It A. Month nf i:tiK"iic. chair
man; W. II. Ilarrall nf lleppuer, J. II.
Yeon of Portland, Secretary rtny A.
Klein nml three. Portland newspaper
men, (lovcrnnr Olcntt, who iicrom.
panled thu party suuHiwiird, N nn
longer with Ilium.
It In planned to hiild a meeting In
thn thamlicr nf eiminieri" tomorrow
forenoon fur tin purpoMi of illixnu
hIiir Hio prop"tMii',i routes from here
In Uikevlow, uver which rmiKldernble
rivalry him ilewluped In tlm illx
trlrlH affected ItepresentntlM'H from
Illy, Ilnnnuz.i mid other plaies have
been Invited to be present.
Secretary Steienhon said nn pre.
parnllonn had been made for n meet.
Inn thin ecnlui; but Hint It was prob
able thn meinbeni of tho party would
bu K'lests of lioiinr nt the bund con.
rerl nml dunce to be rIvcii nt tho pa
vilion. .ti'To n.wiiiT rsi:s ikhi.m:
PASADK.VA. ('ill. July 13 An
uutnmoblli) bandit who sti-aln hor.iei
Is being sought by local poll'". I In
ptolo ii hor" belonging to M. Soils
of this city recently, urcordlng to of
ficers who Investigated tho dlsap
pearanco nf tlm atilnml, mid trucks
about thu corral Indicated Im wan op
erating from nn uutumublle.
riass xi:w ni'i: mm:
rOUTI.ANI), July 13 - I'orllund
In to iiinntruct u third pip" llim to
carry Itn illy water! from Hull Itun
lake to tlm municipal waur nysiem.
T)l( ,,,, a, ,,., ,,.nKu,
lake to tlm municipal watxr nyHtem
mid will cost nbnul T3 noo.noo Work
will be ktnrted next "car
(!. o, i. Mi:irrs
I'OltTI.AND. July II. Itopubll
i.in stiito central (omniltteo In
mi'Ctliu: hem today In plan a campaign.
TOUT ISTHE NI6HT!
Band Music, Confetti, Flowers, Pretty Girls, Moonlight,
'ncverything a Mardl Gras
Hand music, confetti, flowers, pretty girls to dance
with 'ncverything that's the inside information of what
to expect at the first band concert and dance at the open
air pavilion tonight.
A llttlo Mardl Crns turned loose
In Klamath Falls, and not such a
llttlo ono cither, for tonight's fcto
will nttrnct everyone In town.
Vosslr, foino time during tho
evening It's n safe wager, every
nble-bodled person In town can hojbon before turning It over to tho
successfully paged In tho vicinity
ot P.lghth and Klamath.
Thowomen's nuxlllnry, under di
rection ot Mr. Clmrles Wood
Khortclii, look bold today and will
make barrels ot punch nnd rustic
nil tho confetti, streamers, Shasta
ilalnlet! und toy balloons In tho city
to loud n leal fentho appearance.
HIS FAVORITE POSE
! COMMON ON
Efforts Held Useless; Peo
ple Advised To Await
Hearing in October
WASIIINOTO.V, July 13. Ilcfusal
of thu Interstate commerce) commis
sion to kIvo heed to thousand of
telegrams nml letters dealing with
varloiiH plinsun of fho recent un
merger iIitImIoii of tho U, S. su
premo court In contained In n state
ment Issued today. Tho commis
sion points out that a hearing In tho
matter In to bo held, not before Oc
tober, and suggests that the energies
of tbosu Interested bo directed nlong
that line, un tho expressions being
received cannot bo made a part ot tho
record nnd nro of no nld.
Tho full text of thn statcrhent fol
"During tho past ten dnys tho
commission has rceclvcd many
telegrams, Icttem nnd copies of
resolutions from various Individu
als chnmbcrn of commorce, labor
organizations, and others, with ref
erence to tho recent decision ot tho
Hupromu court of tho United States
affecting thu Southern Pacific and
Central Pacific railroads. Home
usk Hint thu commission seek to
have tlm decree of tho supremo
court withheld; others that It In
voke legislation to counteract tho
(Continued to Paso 4)
Starting at S:30 tho band will
give an hour's concert, long enough
to satisfy everyono that tho city
can't get along without tho kind
ot music thoy are nblo to furnish.
Then they will start tho terpilchor-
ean program and play sovcral num
Klamath Falls has a band, and
thero will bo no ono In Klamath
Falls who docs not know that
Klamath Falls has a good band, a
band any city would bo proud to
support, beforo tho night la over;
yes Indeed, beforo tho night Is
fairly started. Just wait and see!
IlOV, 7, KIM.KD, OTIinit.4 j
HKKIOL'HI.V INJt'ltl.'l) IX j
IXXHH.VO TltAI.V AfVIIMI.VT
h OIIANDK, July 13. WII- !
Ham Pnlmcr, aged seven, wan i
killed, James Palmer hln fnthnr,
Mrs, l'cto Mcngns nnd Leonard ,
Leslie seriously but not faintly ,
hurt last night when n car
broko loose from a logging trnln '
of thn Ooorgo Palmer Lumber
compony nnd was wrecked near
Vincent, Oregon. Other persons
on the car escaped Injury.
OREGON CROPS ARE
BY JUNE DRY SPELL
Kitlnuitrs Fall Ilelow Thtw of Irfi.t
Heiuwih Winter W1iit With-
MnmU Weather llHtcr
POIITI.A.VU, July 13. Unusually
dry weather over tho greater part of
tho stato during tho month ol Juno,
following similar conditions during
May preceding, has further reduced
tho 1822 crop prospects from tho be
low average cstlmotcn of a month ago
according to Information gathered by
F. h. Kent, agricultural statistician
for tho U. S. department of agri
culture. Winter wheat appears to havo
withstood tho dry season than any
of tho other grain crops. In tho
western, part of tho stato It appenrs
probablo that tho crop will make
about an average yield per acre. Tho
samo Is true of most of tho eastern
part of tho state, although Wasco
and Sherman" counties report a pros
pect way below normal. Conditions
of tho Oregon crop on July 1. was
estimated nt S5 per cent of normal,
compared with 90 per cent on Juno
1, 100 per cent July 1. 1021. and
a ten year July 1 avcrago of 91. Pro
scnt conditions Indicate u probablo
state production of 17.84G.000 bush
els, compared with a final estimate
ot 20,862,000 bushels produced In
1921, and five year average ot H,;
867.000 busnois. -
- Thn" tTriitp;? state wlnler'whw'i
condition on July 1 was estimated nt
77.0 per cent compared with S1.9 per
cent, on Juno 1, with 77.2 per cent
July 1. 1921. nnd a ten year ner
ago condition of 81.0 per cent. The
July 1. 1922 condition Indicates a
probablo crop of 509.27C.000 bush
els. Tho final cstlmato for 1921 was
587,032,000 bushels, and tho five
year average, 650.950,000 bushels.
Spring Wlicat Pet-lines
The conldtlon of Oregou spring
wheat on July 1. 1922, was cstlma-
ted at 70.0 per cent, a decitno o.
15 points during tho month of June.
Reports stato that somo of tho spring
seeding has already been "worked
Into summer fallow." Much ot tho
acreago will probably not bo worth
cutting for grain. Last year's July
1 condition condition was 92, nnd the
ten year avcrago Is SS. Tho July 1.
1922 condition Indicates a probablo
crop of nbout 3,000.000 bushels.
Tho United States spring wheat
condition on July 1. 1022. w cs"
mated nt 83.7 per cent of normal.
Indicating a probablo production of
nbout 247.66d.00O bushels, compared
with tho 1921 final cstlmato of207.
861.000 bushols, and tho flvo year av-
crago of 243,600,000 bushels.
Tho continued dry weather In
Juno caused a drop In tho estimated
condition of oats from 92 per cent
Juno 1, to 70 per cent on July 1.
This Indicates probablo crop of nbout
7,209,000 bushols. Fall sown oats,
of which thero Is a larger acreage
than usual, nro In much better con
dition thau tho spring seeding. Tho
1921 crop was estimated nt 8,701,000
bushols. nnd tho flvo year avcrago Is
9,733,000 bushels, nnd tho flvo year
avcrago Is 9,735,000 bushols.
Tho United States oat crop condi
tion dropped during Juno from 85.5
to 74.4 por cent, Indicating n lrob
nblo filial production of l,186,2i.
000 bushels compared with 1,061,
000,000 bushels tu 1921, mid a Ilvo
year average production of 1, 374,
"FI.U" (1KTS HATS
SANTA ANA, Cal.. July 13. In
fluenza la currying off tho rut pop
ulation ot Santa Ana, nccordfng to
W. Wl Chnndlor, In charge ot tho
city's rodent extermination campaign.
Ho predicted that tho dlsouso would
reduco tho numbor of rates by GO
per cent within a month.
FRMUS IK.UIACK, Till: HAGUK
LONDON. July 13. Lloyd Gcorgo
told the houso of commons toJay that
ho was afraid a doadlock had occur
red at Tho Haguo, but that ho had
no Information that tho conforonco
on Russian affairs had brokon down.
TO HAVE FAIfl
$2,000 Subscribed at Meet;'
Permanent Location Is
Being Sought Today '
If Klamath docs not havo perman.
ent fair .grounds It will not Vb tho
fault of thoso who attended tho meet
ing In tho chamber ot commerce last
evening when $2,000 was subscrib
ed ax a started.
Tho meeting resulted In appoint
ment of II. N. Moo, A. M. Collier and
U K. Wright nn a committee to find
a sultnbto location, and J. D. Cham
bers, Fred Houston, J. E, Swanson,
John Knders, K. Sugnrman and C. H.
Underwood as n cnmmltteo to Inter
vlow businessmen today to determlnn
their attltudo toward promotion of
tho falf ground nsso'latlon. Ttsut
committees wilt report nt a meotlng
In tho chamber nt commerce tomor
A corporation with capital stock of
825,000 was perfected last year, It
was brought out, r.o that the neces
sary stops now aro to procure a lo
cation and sell stock. Tbo aals ot
about J 15.000 ot stock at this lino
will suffice, It was decided.
Tbo meeting last night resulted
from tho request of tho Illy Rodeo
association to reach a decision! o3
tho poposltlon of entering Into an
agreement with the association which
would assuro a rodeo hero each year.
A representative of tho Illy associa
tion present said a meeting would bo
hold In Illy Sunday when a Atflnlte
proposal would bo drafted for Mr
sentatlcn to tho local association.
9T rrfinaM nn.onl lift IA tnAMllflv WMIVA
Vivjurilrnou.j' InJlitflljOJliat U
snouiu do pusnea io compicmion ana
that fair grounds should bo available
for next season.
SHOW LESS BREAKAGE
Campaign of Kxprnii Company For
Oiro In I'nckinjc Wins Out
The campaign waged hero last fall
for better caro In packing goods for
shipment has borno fruit. Of tbo
awards mado to tbo four divisions ot
tho American Kx press company which
won tho best records for having tho
least number of damage claims for
to first quarter ot 1922, ono went
to tho division that Includes Klamath
Falls. J. J. Farkor, local agent, has
on display a banner awarded this
offlco for tho Important part It play
ed In tbo campaign.
"Proud as wo nro of this record,
wo aro wllllug to share tbo t.nor
with tho shippers, without whoso co
operation llttlo could avo been ac
complished." said Parker. "Business
men nnd tho chamber of commerco
mado possible tbo great saving this
"Not only does tho oxpress com
pany savu a vafet sum ot monenwhon
tho porcentago ot claims Is small,
but tbo shipper profits by It as well.
Ills goods nrrlvo at tholr destina
tion on tlmo and In good condition,
thus doing away with tbo delay and
dissatisfaction which results from
having to turn In a claim for lost
or spoiled goods.
"Tho aim ot this division, which
Includes Ashland, northern Califor
nia and Novada, Is to keep up Its
good record no that It will not bo
necessary to relinquish tho banner."
PORTLAND, July 13. Cattlo and
hogs steady, shuop1 '81.00 lowor,
bprlng lambs $9.00 to 110.00. Eggs
Irregular, butter firm.
cy rocorded a
slight rlso la baro
which It continued
might indicate cool
er weather tomor
row. As tha
chungo has beta
small a contlntia
tlon of prestat
Forocast tor next 34 heurs:
Fair and warm.
Thn Tvens rocordlns thermemata
registered maximum and salataaai'
temporuturoB today as tOJiews: