The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, July 15, 1922, Image 1

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OFFICIAL PAPER OF
WEATHER FORECAST
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY, PAIR
AND U()l,i;il
KLAMATH COUNTY AND
of Klamath falls ,i
I Iflceiilli War. No, Ii;i7l,
KLAMATH PAIXH, ORF.CJON,
HA'fTHDAV..M!LY IB, UfZi.
PRICK PIVK CIJNTH
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Herald
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SCHOOL DILL
Inclusion on Bnllot Oppos-j
ed; Resolution Signed By
25 Presbyterians
Pastors or lending l'rcMti iirlun (
rhurthes uf Urn nlalo, Im hiding tlmi
Rev. A. It. Itli nf this rtty. went
on lecord ill Urn meeting nf tlmi
I'lCHliylurlun iiyniiil t- f'tirvnlllN lis,
opposing Hut measure on llio Novem
ber hullol directed nguliist rmitlii
iiiinrn of privately controlled s bonis
Twriity-flvi! ministers nt:tifl (hi'
iiiiciIiik resolution, with tlin under-1
HlnmlliiK Unit It was not presented
iix mi net of tln synod reunion, tun
ilniiliitcit iiiniuiK Hi" ministers in
attendance ninl signed voluntarily
iiinl wltliimt urging
Tlin resolution In iin follow
WliereiiN, tlirm tin h been pro- i
ponrd to till' pi'opln of Oregon leg-j
Mutlili nhnllslitng uj irlntely '
imitrolli'il schools of primary dint
Kritiiiiunr cm dm, una. '
Wheiens, iimrli of Ilin prnpn-'
guiida In fhvor of till-) hll tinrf been
i-oinliicli'il In Ilio iiutim of I'rutt'Ht
untlsiii, we, i tm undersigned I'm- I
Icntant ministers, member of llin
Presbyterian rtiunli, hellimt Hint I
tin- iiroprihi'il lKlitr,iliin in Inl'iil- '
ml in (tin ilKln't human welfare
for tli" following Tawmi
. I, It proposes 1(1 IllllllUtl HI e
hi stem of religious I'llunitloii mnl
offers no KiilKlllnt" (or It In mi) i
plmi of religious Insttiirttun In
iiiniii'i'tlnii with tint public rclitml ,
s)stem
2. It In bused on tin' tililtoKoiny
of nutorriicy Unit the rtillil belongs
primarily to Urn stiile; It r it it un
justifiable. Invusliiu of ftmlty au
thority imii threatens ultimately
l lui Kimritnli'ON of our American
liberty.
.1. Tlin pioposml leglxlntlim In
lt.i nitccptton, luomritlnn amf iu
edition violate wlmt mo lontelve
in ln Urn spirit or fraternity am)
brolhnrerly lovo (aught ly our
muster,
Sinners of tin' resolution wero
Wlllliim If. Iloilily, pastor cominiuil
ty rlmrcli, llooit River, Ilmicln'-'i
Seeluy, superintendent of rlmrcli
oxtonslon, I'nrttanit, Prosbyierlnn;
Kdwnrd II. Peine, p.ii'or Wont
minister Presbyterian cluii.;i, Port
limit; Ward V. Mcllenry. Ml. Tn
Imr Presbyterian ihurrh. rortliuul;
Arthur M. Itlct, pastor. Kl.iinitli
Falls: Allnn Mellon, pastor, TIII.t
mook; W. l.i'i' Cr-ty. roitlnml,
Ocnrgo T. I'ralt. W milling. J. I!.
Voui'l, pastor, Dnllns- li. h. Wilbur,
.Milton; Wllllum Moll Care. ii'iHinr
CciUrnl iliurcli, i:ukoiui, Joint J.
CniiolnvH, iiinitor. lA'Imtiou; William
Crokby ltoaii, paKtor. ,n(Ir.iiiil'),' Hurt
H. IIURbrH, piiBtor. Union; . J. Il.in
mi . pnntor Mnrnlinll Ktront iliunli,
I'nrtlnnil; A, II. Hponrow, paMor, Cot
tnK) (Irovu; Jmiirn Ald'i Kinl.li. pnr
lor llopo rlmrcti, rortlaiut; llruioJ.
Ulffln, utilvirltp imiitor, Kimono;
Josoii Y. Stuwnrt, Whl'oion purlNh;
V. i:. Kclmnluil, ltt'ilmoml; N'ormuu
K. Tully. Hbnoclato pnuior, I'lrnt
I'niNliytorlun church, l'a ll.tini; .1. K.
Hnyitor, punt or, Corvnllh; Wllllum I.'.
Ilimkorvllln, I'ort Oxfor.l mnl I..hik
IhIh rliurcliim; J. ('. Mcrirlur. Vurnon
ITimliylnrliiii cliurcli, I'nrtliiu.l. iii.il
W. !'. HhlolilH, ..il.lnr, Wallowa
LOANS AID TO COUNTY
IktMci'ii U,ihi mnl :io,(MM l)ls
Irlliiitctl TlinniKli i:-Hoilio Mm
llloi'ii 2G,0U0 mnl :I0,(HHI has
hnuii brought Into this county
through ntutii Kolillor Iouiih, iiccord
Ini; id J, II. Canialian, loan attorno
for tho Htuto, This inonoy rc-pro-huiilti
limply hucuri'il Drut nmrtRiiRn
liiaim on real oKlato mnl Ih ii clour
Kiilu for (ho lounty, Willi tho emit
Plotltlon of other Ioiiiih uppllud for,
tho iiniount will bo Kroatly Inrruim
cd, Curnuhuii until,
m
WIIATIIKIl lIUmAIHMTIi:S
CtlUIIKO
in huromulrlo couill-
DtloiiH hiiH boon riK
iHtorod by' tho Cy
do - HtormiiKraph
ut Uuilurwond'H
I'hujriiiiicy ulucu
tho report of yes
terday. Another
warm day may bn
oxpucled tomor
row.
KorecuBl (or next
Hi heurs:
Tho Tycoa ro
conlliiK thormorao-
tor roglutorod muxlmum and mini
mum temporaturou toduy, no fol fel fol
eows: HlHh
MINISTERS
STATE GIST
No
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mo'MiMMt.ivC
A Gentle Pet
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Jay Ilr irr, Jr In nvlcl liy nil
hli pla)ino(i"i In OalilJiiil. Cal.
He lim n rlx intnttiV lino etiti for
pit Hut liv loin lo wnn lii-nvy
i:loc to play wltli it Jny Ja.i
U ultclal lion liunUr of thu lato
COURT HOUSE CASE
TO BE AIRED HERE
STARTING MONDAY
Trlnl of I'riink Wnnl . Kliiintilli
t'oiiiily Scot for H ii. in.; JiiiIkc
,MiMorth,,To VnMo
No word lialtiR In on received
from JiiiIko . I-'. Skliortli of Kit
Kouo lo lint contrary, tho rimn of
I'ran k Ward uKultiht Klamutli uiun
ty, I'oiiiiiiouly referri'il to fin tho
'Court llnimti Cmto" s ro to trlnl
In the circuit court nt 10 o'clock
Monday to determine (lie Iknui'H In
tolvliiK llio Hot .SprliiKH "nil Main
Slrei't ciiurtliotini'N. It lit Nliitcil (hut
two Portland nttornoyH wilt nppoar
nn ro-rouiiHe for tho count'. Tho
ennn a.i praclUally M't liy tho nil-
pii'ino court for UiIh tlale. and both
Iho 17, IS unit 19. ero nlluwod
for tho trial, JuiIkk Sklpworth IiuIiir
iippolnti'il by llio Mipromo court to
lieiir tho rwn
CAMPBELL IN OFFICE
Appointee Tnki-H t'liuruo of AffnlrN
Of Tirol Slato Honk
('. K. WallM, iiHxIiititlit Hlute
hniik miperlntenileut, tu cltarfiu nf
tho iiffulrti of tho Kimt .Statu ami
SiivIukh bank uliu'o Its cIojIiik in
January, m.-ih rerolvoil lodny by A.
It. Campliell, ii'ct'iitly iippolutcd to
fill Iho Viicancy rauri'd by Walcd'
ri'MlKiiation. Wallen will Icavo to
morrow for Portland with P. C.
llrnmwoll, slato bank superinten
dent, who htm Imuii horo for two
days duriiiK tho liimiKo In 're
colvurslilp. iiCMiicitA'rs mki;t
PORTLAND, July 1C Duuioc
-ratio statu committeemen uro In
hvshIoii today. Walter llemhreo ot
Yamhill i nunty was iimdo chulimun
if Iho (riiileutlulrt committee, and
'Hani Garland of Linn chairman of
thu resolutions committee, and Prod
Whltlen of Multnomah, ciiulnnun
l)f organisation,
SPi:i:i DOLLAR ('OI.NAGK
PHILADELPHIA, July 15. Or
dem to speed eolmigii ot sllvor did
lam to ropluco part of tho SHOO,
000,000 sent during tho war as bul
lion to Kiigliiud have been roeclvod
ut the Philadelphia mint.
AIR PATROL STARTS
SAN PRANC1SCO, July 15. Six
nlrplanos ot tho 01st aroa squadron
startod for Kugono today to purtlol
pa to in tho forest nlr patrol of Ore
gon mill WnRlilngtou, They will bo
joined by Jwo (roui Camro Lowls.
BUSINESS HERE
SHOWING GAINS
EVERY LINE
Forecast For Future Prom
ising; Bank Deposits
Gain During Month
IIiihIid'hm ('oiiiIIIIoiin In Kliiiniith
tiro rnplilly linirovlni:.
! Tin1 iii'xt four iiiotitliH Mill wll-
Mi-lot L'Sriilli'iil IiiixIiiciih In nil llnci.
I Klamiitli In on Ihi' vitko of nn
iru of Mnlilu pronprrlly cri'iitnil
UirnUKh ili'vi'lopuii'iit of her natnr-
nl riMiiurct'ft.
Tlii'fu Uik-o (itnti'iui'litii aro innilu
pniiHllilo UiroiiKli an nnjlyuls )of
I HtiituiuintH I'liiuiiiitliiK from two
! foimervuthu boiiuoh llio l-'lriil Na
tloliul liiinl: mnl tlin American Na
tlonul li.mk of IliU illy.
Ilipoolls Show I n i nn "o
;Hluco our Hl.iteinent of Juno 30
, huk ln.incil our tteponlU tiuvo In-
rreuKed tiol.uuo," mild Prmlilcnl
J. A. Cordon of tho I'lmt Na
tional. '"I'll In Is duo to n Ki'iicrnl
lietlermenl in iiluiont all lines of
hunlnuhK ireatiil largely through
revival of the lumber Industry
I'roni itou unlit winter uo look for
a continuum ii of tliM i-otiilltlnn
Mcrchnutt are doiiiK more Innlni-Ns
than tor the pact MutiTnl montlm
mid can fpo ilaylli;li( ahead where
formerly thero wun rIooih."
"Healthy ci'lidltlniiN In both tho
lumber and UteKtork IniliutrlcH arc
brlnitlnR Klamath back to where
tho bclunnn." said K- II- Hubb, vice
prcldcnt ,an)J, ranhler of .tho Am
orlrau National. "Prices In both
llii'' nrn Reed and ludlrallous arc
Unit they will remain so fur some
tlmu to come. Wo find tho present
butter conditions reflected In tho
Increased buNluess reported by our
ciMtomcrx. There In every reason
to bollovu tho forthcoinitiK months
will hrliiR an Improvement orer
tho jircNcnt conditions."
laibor Shortage Prevails
If any fly remains In Klamath's
prosperity ointment It Ih under
tho Rubiu of n labor shortaRe,
uppeurs. Dun to tho Into start of
tho lumber Industry, many of tho
skilled workmen found work else
where. This resulted In tho Im
portation of less valuable labor, n
'portion of which cousistK of men
who aro termed "floaters" becaiiNti
of their habit of worklnR hero and
there u short lime, then drlftliiR
on. Local pavliiR contractors', its
IT ALWAYS SEEMS
I KLAMATH'S SPIRIT
GETS PRAISE FROM
ROLPH'S SECRETARY
J-jiili-t m of t'ullf, Itoooler Motriixiil
Hold Thero I No Ileal ,n0
' lletMcen TriTllnrl'n
"Thero nrCrmveal lines between
puoplo who hnVn so much of common
Interest as there Is between your
broad, fertllo beautiful country mid
our own northern territory"
This expression was contalno.l in
,i letter from Kdwnrd Itnlney, sec
retary to Mayor Holph of San Prnn
(Imiii, In responso to 'ho telegram
from Secretary T. A. riteiunooi of
tho (dumber of commerce hurrcsI
Iiir that Klnmutli be llirlllded In the
California lloostor ihovement mid
that tho stale lino bo fiRiiratlvuly
removed, Itnlney's letter folie:
"Vour telennun to tho mayor.
nsliliiK participation In U13 Califor
nia booster campaign, InauRiiratcd
here, huti ottracted a great denl of
attention, mid Its friendly rplrlt lies
been prnlseil by all who ari Intereit
ed In tho development of our ec
tlnn of America.
"Mnyor llotph asks me lo Hay tint
iliero aro no real lines between peo
ple wlio have so much of rontiit'.n
Interest as there Is between yjur
broad, fertile, beautiful countiy and
our own northern territory.
"Your teleRrnm has lieen sent to
tho booster committer, Mr. Ko'iotli
It. KiiiRsbury, halrmii, and has
Rreatly encouraged every ono con-
I loriied.
"Sun PranibKo In iIoIiir a big work
In this mutter. All of tho nioi.fy for
i the movement. Is beliiR raised here.
nearly half u million, but San Krun
i (sen will Include all of its neighbors
In Its advertising. You will surely
fee) Its force Mid hhare its benefit,
I I. ..(I. Ilninh tt.tf,.!. .....I fllllr.
I llllll IIUIII --lilt.l l.t.ll'll .11. '4 -
man KliiKsbur'y 'send your ihamber
. .r..j.fl., nntl'11.1 lill U.'.llrll TO
suits."
.y-nll Piihn "iJ funnilfll ncW
to ralso wnRcs In order to obtain
labor of any kort
laiintxT AIhivo Normal
Tho lumber Industry on tho Pa
cific coast Is ubovo normal and the
amount of house building In pro
gress has kept the building trades
and building material trades em
ployed, according to tho American
City bank monthly bulletin. In
Detroit tho bulletin says, tho latior
situation has approached condit
ions at the holght of the boom.
Tho output of automobile In May
made It tho banner month for
the Industry.
An eucouroslng featuro ot tho
local situation Is found In tho Ren
oral opinion ciprcised by business
men that, whilu the usual quiet
winter months aro anticipated, tho
following ear should witness a
steady, healthy Improvement in all
Hues of business.
TO BE MOR E FUN WHEN
n
mis
E
OE STRIKE END
Shops to Reopen With Non
Union Employes; Start
Truck Mail Service
PHKDKTS STItlKi: OP 100,000
Ni:V YOIIK, July IT,. Pro-
diction that K. P. (Srablo, prcs-
Idem of tho brotherhood ot
maintenance of way employes,
would order a strlko of tho
400,000 men of tils union at 4
and hour, wob rnado today by
William Parker, loader of tho
Now York Central maintenance
of way men, who said tho Now
York Central men aro up In
arms 'against (irablo's actloyi
In holding off tho strike,
CHICAGO, July IS. Virtually
abandoning hopo of nn early set
tlement of tho railway strlko fol
lowing lust night's conferences,
railroad executives today were pro
pared to reopen shops with non
union employes, according to an
official of the railway labor board.
Tho stumbling block In tho way of
settlement. It was said, will bo the
unions' demands for restoration ot
kculorily and other privileges..
WASHINGTON, July 15. In
auguration of tho uso of motor
trucks to transport malls duo to
tho Inability ot tho railroads to
movo mall on account of tho shop
men's strike., was ,uiiuouaced today
by PostiuaVtcr " fti5ral Vurk.
Tr.'.-U il A" "J-ViiEr"" A'2&?
ford and Swiz city, Indiana, ne-
tween w tilth points all mall trains
huvo been annulled. .
WASHINGTON', July 15. A
hearing will bo held soon by tho
scnato Interstate commcrco com
mittee to Inltlato a revision ot tho
transportation act and deal with
problems developed by tho present
strike, Chairman Cummins stated
today. The first otfort, said Cum
mins, probably would bo to amend
tho law so as to guarantco a fair
living wago to railroad workers.
Later, but probably not during tho
present strike, ho said, an effort
would bo made to provide ponalties
for violation ot tho labor board's
orders.
M.VHKKT IIKPOIIT
PORTLAND. July 13. Livestock
steady. Duller firm, 3 cents higher
than -Monday.
THERE'S COMPANY
ABANDON
Advance St'Ie
JtewaL -J
r - - " -
Tho littlo tot's quito a satlrUt.
8b Joined tho fashion parado ot,
Ukj Auteuil races, France, wbtra
ih latest In clothes aro ahowru
Bha believes tho short skirt Trill.
grow shorter despite, tho longer
ones ot ber big sisters
DISMISSAL COMES
IN SIMS CASE WHEN
BROWER CALLS HALT
District Attorney llrfuvx To' Pro-
ccrU With Special Venire Jury;
Jiiitee Krr,H Defendant
x On tho flat refusal ot DUtrlct
Attorney C. C. Drower to proceed
with a jury 'composed of a special
fMrri.-ftrw4V
Poole, and A. A. Davis, ot tho rcgu- ' w a ""B0 nc "oor la
lar panel of Jurors, Circuit Judgo 'o "Vorkman home said that rt
Lcavltt ordered the case dismissed cmi before tho detonation they
for lack of prosecution. ' 3I hari1 ,no vo,cc o u, cb,I,,
Tho case was called for tral at 10 " laughing at play. Th two
o'clock yesterday morning, at which '" "er tho lr,,t ,0 reach tUo
time tho court Issued nn order for scene.
15 jurors on a special vcnlro. Court They wero greeted by a sccno ot
then ndjourncd until 1:3b in tho nf- " desolation. Tho Workman
ternoon. at which time tho Jury box house Is of concrcto and the con
was filled and counsel for tho de- cusslon had riducod tho entire rear
fenso commenced tho examination of of tho house to powder. On tho
Jurors. Counsel for tho stato sxam- ground tho eight bodies and over
Ined tho two Jurors on tho regular all a grey pallor of concrcto dust
panel and then stated that becauso was beginning to settle
of his Interpretation of tho 11)21 1 Kp Known us "Dml"
law respecting Jurors, ho would not Fragments of clothing wero sus
cxamlno thoso called on tho speclnj pended from trees and houso tops,
vonlro. Counsel for tho defendant, Two nutomobilo tires which hod
then stated to tho court that this been on tho back porch wero blown
was tho second tlmo ho has subpoea J to tho roof qJ a building 200 feet
ed his witnesses for this case, as tho ! nway. Blocks of concrcto woro
case had been previously set in last
March, tho stuto moving for a con-
tinuance. Heavy costs for witness Ing yards.
fees, payablo by tho county, wero Tho shell was what Is common
entailed In both Instances, as sevoral ly known as a "dud." Tho projec
wcro brought from Medtord, thus ' tlio had burn fired from ono ot tho
drawing doublo mileage.
Drawer answered by nalng that
ho would retuso tu proceed with trial
and asked to bo excused from fur
ther nttenanco. Tito court asked tho
district attorney if ho would, rrfuo
to exumlno witnesses, and on re
colt Ing nn ufflrmutlvo answer tho
court ordered tho clerk to enter nn
order of dismissal of tho cuso for
lack of prosecution.
Tho chargo against William Sims
was for tho larcnncy of ii wagon
about Juno 30, 11)20, on which nn
indictment was returned July 1.
1921.
LANDIS NOT TO ACT
Refuse-. To Modify Order Sii.spend
, Ing Manager Ki-uwortliy
PORTLAND. July 15. C'ummli
slonor Landlu today nt Chicago re
fused to modify his older suspending
Manager Konworthy ot tho Portland
club and criticised tho rule which
limits tho punishment ot minor
league club owners. C. C. Moser,
vlco presieut und itttoruoy of tho
Portland club, interpreted this as n
modification ot tho Land la ordor bar
ring President P, II, Kloppor mid
James R. Drowstor. a stockholer,
from organized buHoball for a speci
fied porlod.
WILLARD 1'UXKltAL SUNDAY
Punoral sorvlces for Terry WIN
lard will bo held nt tho Catholic
church Sunday morning at 9:30. Our-
Ut -will bo (a Mt. Calvary coma-
low
CillLiREN ARE
OLII TO BITS
i li SHELL BLAST
Eight Die When 75-m. Dud
Explodes; Clothing Is
Found in Trees
WATEnTOWN, N, Y., July 15.
Right children, ranging In ago
from 11 to 16 years, wero blown
to pieces Into Wednesday by tho
explosion of n 75-mllIlmotor shell
on tho back' porch of a hotuo In
Dlmmtck street, occupied by IM
ward G. Workman and William L.
Salisbury. t
rractlcally 'all of tho clothing
was blown off tho bodies of tho
children. Prngmonts ot It lodged
in trees and houto tops In tho vi
cinity. Tho bodies wero hon-lhl
mutilated but Identification a was
poidblo In overy Instance.
One of tho first physicians on
tho sccno was Dr. P. W. Jones.
Lifting a covering which had been
placed over ono 'ot tho forma, ho
recognized tho body ot hU 12-Vear-old
daughter Vivian, by means
of nn adhcslvo dressing ho had
placed on u cut on her leg barely
a bait hour before Ho did not
irtmuf ila ft.t iiL'htir wnn In the irrotio
i .n,i W8!4 almost ovorcomo wltli
' Stm.
' IlMr,! "' ,,,a-
I Tiio bodies of tho children wero
found apparently at places near
whoro lb hatl I,ocn laniln ln
'""Ir "1ct game. Near them
j lny fragments of tho croquet mal-
sroral ot ,ho "e4
M Rmno wero blown to bits,
.o shell apparently lot go with-
blown against neighboring houses
and Into tho streets and surround-
six-inch howitiors during turgot
practlco ot tho 104th field artillery
at Pine Plains reservation last sum
mer. It had not exploded by fusa
or contact and lay ln tho sand, fully
charged, whon Workman found It
und took It homo as a Boineulr.
Ho kept It In his homo durliu:
tho winter and this summer used
It as u weight to adjust tbu trcrcon
door on his rear porch.
GET POWER PERMIT
'nit Kl.iiiuitli MeuilovtH Co, Plans,
Project In Aim Creek
WASHINGTON, D. C. July 15.
Tho Port Klamath Meadows company
of Port Klamath, Oregon, has been
grunted u pormlt to develop 430
horsepower in a, power project to bo
established on Anna crook, Just out
side thu boundaries ot Crater laUo
iiatlonul park.
Wl'.llt POUND 1NHANK
PORTLAND, July 15. Wallor
Wolr, who killed hlu mother with
u hammer Juno 5th, was found in
sauo today by tlin commission and
was ordered to tho stato hospital.
I'ORKJJT PIKIS liUHMN'tt
11QOD RIVKR, July 15, K
heavy pall of smoko covers tho
Mid-Columblu today as a result .of
thq worst forest fires In yean in,
this region, at Orccnpolnt and
Wyeth. Largo crows aro flfktlng
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