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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1922)
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in.NHJUT AMI UT.II.VCIMV, I . t t
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
KLAMATH COUNTY AND
OF KLAMATH FALLS
I 'III nli Vciir. No. (1.17(1.
KLAMATH FAI.LH, OKI 00. V, 'I t'CHIMV, .M'LV IK, ID:".'.
MUCH FIVK CKNT1
Bunnell Firm for Block 10;
Forclycc and Short Arc
Not So Emplmtic
Tiwllfylng licfiiri' Judge Skliwnrlh
In tlm cotirlliiiimM trlnl yesterday iif-J
lernoou, county Judge U. im.
null ili-lnri'i ilmt hr. would not move
Into tlm MhIm nlrci'l rourlliiiiino oven
If mi ordered mid thin ln firm would
resign. Ho milil III' liiul been elected
mi n platform dedicated to rumple
llnn of Hie Iln Spring structure,
unit Unit tin woiiiii carry out Unit
program If lnwilMc.
Ilurri'll Hluirt nnd Asa rordveo.
tint other members of tlm county
court, with Icm omphalic In their
stand (iKallnit liluMiii; Into the Mil III
street IiiiIIiIIiik. Iioih inillcitiiiR Hint
they uiiii l, do hii iinilcr certiiln inn
dlllons, depending mi the nutioiim
of tint promt trlxl
.Indue llllhliell Cnlleil
Judgo IIiiiiiicII was tln first Hit
lions (Mini liy tlm plaintiff enter
ilny iifleriioou lie was followed by
C II llel.ui II illy clerk I. In). I lie
Lap. ilrrull court ilerk, II J Mm.
toon, ilrcnlt (iniri bailiff c
1 1 rower, dlstrlit ntloriie), Limine)'
.Hlncnniri' of Tort Klamath, p. M
(lurlrh, liurrvll Short. Ah.i I'onlyie
Clayton Cornlnh. T II Walter .mil
A P. Ileldn Tint latter re,ume. tlnt
Ill the alteriiooii nemiloti r-1
ItotiN IIiiIIiIIiik I'n-.ilillnr)
' (,'. It. Ditl.np textlfled that tint
preicnl quartcrM In tint old court
Inuinn till 1 1(1 1 ri k am nadeiuatu to
11011.111 county reronU and that the
building In not military Hit mild
Im hod not moved Into tint Main
Htreet CnltrllinilM' becnuait hit had
liciin onlorcil by tlm county court not
to do ho Asked whether ho would
moit If ho ordered, DefT.ip declared
emphatically lli.it Im "mire would."
I.loyd Del.np testified Unit Im
had moved Into liln irescnt iiiinrlers
lonlrary to ordern of tho county
court, lie testified as to tlm Urn loc.t
linns of court records, mijlug that
J liu vault dnnr Intended for tint
rjork's officii was being used In tlm
II. J. Matlonn testified that (he
, pri'M'iit iiinrtcrn of tlm circuit rourt
nnt adi'(ato to meet nil needs.
Not HuliJiMt to Onli'rN
Asked why Im hnd innved from his
qunrlars In tlm old courthouse to lilt
present quartern In tho Main street
biilldlni;, 0. ('. Ilrnwor declared Hint
tlm old quartern worn unsanltnry, lie
said his uniting room had been tlm
old courtroom, tlm floor of which
wnH covered by linoleum II years
old, When asked whether ho had
moved contrary to order.i, Iirowor
said hu hud received no orders of
nny sort. Judge Sklpwnrtli ruled
that aa Iirowor Is a statu offlcor ho
Is not subject to orders from tlm
I.lndsoy Hlsnmnro mid !' M Our
kh, lucent grand Jurymen, testified
that tho grand Jury quartern In tho
Main street building urn adoqtiatn.
Clayton Cornish mid T, II. WnttorK,
iilsn recent grand Jurymen, gavn as
tlielr opInloiiH that Hut Jail In tlm
Hot HprlngH building, If lomplnted,
would ho larger than tlm ouo In the
Main Htreet building,
llelile Is Cnllc.l
A, 1 lloldu, moliltect (or tho
county court, testified that a former
esllninto at IiIh had fixed tlm cost
of completing the Hot HprlngH Imlld
lug at $116,(1(10, but that the expense
nt piDHont would oxreed that amount
by 25 per cent. This would not In
clude completion of the Jail ut $I.V
000 mid grnundH at fiiltlicr expense,
Tho tllul lias proceeded In mi or
derly manner unmarked by any sen
Hatlonnl dovolopmentH, It Is expect
ed that exnmlnatlon of wlUiesseH will
ho romplotud Into tlin afternoon.
MOK'H HTOIti: PICNIC
Moo'h store closed ut four o'clock
t IiIh uftornoon to permit tho em
ployes to hold tholr nnntml picnic
on Klamath lalto. Tho party, num
bering 12, planned to go hy boat
lo soino point on tho lako, return-
Inn lato In thp ovodIiik,
HUM'S DI'.CIHIO.V IS
ki:vi:iini:m nv ni'piihmi:
coi'iit, wonmoitn cahi:
HAI.ILM July I H --Tin. Hit-
promo i inn l ilmldcd Hint 'iIih
liiiiniii imiiiiiiImhIoii ti it n flutil
niilliiirlty In fixing tlm iiiiiriiinl
(if Imimi, rovers hi; the Miirlun
loiinty riiiirt which lii'lil th.it
Him rontriilnnlou nlntuM i;rniil
r per rout fir tli'i 2,!lun on the
properly In th Woodford iiixK,
mi wlili li lint (oiiimlsslou (ilfcr-
I'd (inly $1.00(1
TO LECTURE HERE
.1, T. Atwoort, on I". M. Tour, Seek
Inu I'eriiiiincni l,ociifloii; Meet
ing Ihmi To I'lllllll
J. T Atwnml, supremo prelate
or till' Knights of Pylhliis of tint
UlilH'il Slates, will deliver u tec
tore In the Knight of I'jlhla hall,
Oilil IVIInuM IiiiIIiIIiii:, Thursday
ewillli,. nt N o'clock.
The, mcotlnr, will ho open to the
pulillc, (in Hie local ItyJce wishes,
on ncrouiit of the IccturiTS) nation
nl fame, to Id alt havo an oppor
tunlty of hearing his message,
which I based tin friendship ami
co-operative i.itrlotlm, llio haalc
principle of tlm order.
j Tlm lecturer U tiiuring'thc went
i with tin Idea of f i titl 1 ti K a ilculnililo
I c-o i:t ill II II II III whlih to estuhllsh
liU Inline He U coioIiik to Kluinatli
to look miT It h liDiinllillltlei im a
' loiiitlon The IciluKn -which hit !-1
Ihciii on tlm trip are m-cmiiltiry
to tint other inntUe Kluiimth Kiilla
i lit on" of lint ftvit illles of OrvRoii,
I iiiiioiik the many who havo I'yllilim
1 loilKi'M. where he will deliver nil
STREET LABOR NEEDED
It'll) touhtll Tiikex Mli.H to HiK-4-tl,
l'i Work; Only UO Men Working
Pltll"liii Woiiiiiii lti'-mllili Cor
Cillers more men are obtulurd fori Arril of To on Liquor I'luirge
street work underwuy hero the
woik will not be completed this
tear. uiiM the ntitlilim 11P Ihn clt v
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council last night. City Knglnecr
y.iiinwali was authorized to lake up
the matter with the Warren Con
struction company with n view to
flndlnc. a way to ct more workers
mid speed up the work At pres
ent only 30 men are emploel, It
The question of changing tho
High street grade was brought bo
fore tint cguncll by W. 1. Satterleo.
TiLM High, who complained that tho
change In the, grade was detrimen
tal to the property affected. The
matter was referred to tho Htreet
The application of A. J, I,)le to
construct wooden fire escapes nt
the Klamath flcneral hospital was
referred to tlio flro vcomminee.
H, Crouch, veterinarian, was ap
pointed dairy Inspector tinilor tho
dairy ordinance recently udopted.
The street committee was an
Ihorlied to post "no parking" signs
In the vicinity of streot hydrants.
The fire chief vvuh utithorzled to
employ another flremnn for n 30
day period nt a salary of not over
$12f n month, the position to bo
permanent It his servlccK provo sat
Isfaclory, The application of Itejc Henner
for permission to eieit n sign
231 Main street was granted.
HUNTING SAGE HENS
KpoitMHH, I, tint I Away From Tniut
Hy lM'iiln of SeiiMiit
N I in rod h who havo been In the '
habit of HpendltiK their week-eliilH on
fishing trips changed with tho open-'
lug of tint siige hen season Saturday
mid were heard of In haiinls 'far re
linked from the ti out streams. I.aic
gell valley, Horse Fly mul'tho Mallii
country weio all popular with the
Klamath spoilsmen. The seuHou will
he open for sage hens fiom July 15
to July 31.
WILL NAME DELEGATES
Member Will lie t'liascu by legion
Tonight for Convention
Delegates to tho iitato conven
tion ut Tho Dalles, July 27 to 29,
will bo choson ut tho mooting tonight
of tho American I.ogiou, It was an
nounced by Post, Commander Wost
orfnld. Tho dologatea woro to huva
boon named at tho previous moot
Inv, but nction vvns delayed duo la
nbsonco of membors ovor tho Fourth
of July holiday, Othor business of
Importance will como boforo
I mooting, Weatorflold said,
John D.'s Birthday Photo
Here's John D. Hnckcfi'lliT, world's rieliet-t man, as
lie looked on his S.'3rd birthday anniversary. He spent
the day by goinj; U church at Tarry town, NT. Y., and
taking an auto ride through the Pocanlico hills.
IT Mrs lloldlck I. ad not ran all
1 ...i-t.. i.... .. i.. I .. ..u '
I llllhlll 1111,' una l'l
Sheriff Low kind Depul) llarneaito Han Francisco to tour Northern
had searched the home of "John i
Dee" Chechow on the Colonial Itc.il- gutlmrlng Information for publicity
ty romp.iu) s kind, a short distance i purpose wan sent from hero yes
south of this cjty. vestcrduy with-' terday by the chamber of corn
out success mid were preparing to merce. the Hotary club, the city of
leave when flmy caught sight of Mrs. Klamath Falls and tho Sportsmen's
llolduck running aennm a flcdd with i association. Tho telegram were
tho Intention, tjnt officers, hald. of
emptying n quaiitlly of mash. .More-'
over, beer mid mash vvns found In i
(hit llolducl; home.
Cheshow vvns urrested nnd ullowed
to iiirnisn lull ror his rreedom. Ilol- part of California, that It would
duck, however, retains IiIh freedom,) be worth while to urgo Inclusion
not having been apprehended. . of Klamath Falls nnd Crater Lake.
The officers bellevo llolduclc nnd I Tho resultant ndvcrtlslng benefit
Chechow, Itusslnns,, have been mnn- should the party come hero would
Ufacturlng mid selling moonshine, 'be bpvond estimate. It was believed.
MY, OH MY! AREN'T
r fzsS(4lim yjQu-
INVITE R. R. HEADS
Pi go Tonrlni; Party
Invitation for the IS railroad icp-
lOHentntlvcs curoutc from Chicago
California for tho mirnoso of
directed to Stephen T. Mather, who .
hendi the party.
It was believed here that as tboi
.party's Itinerary would undoubted-!
ly Include tlio extremu northcli
THEY THE CHEERFUL
j x vm luwi'i " .teim ,i i .
IN SWOOO i
Conspiracy To Defraud U.
S.Broughtby Special Fed
eral Grand Jury
WASHINGTON, July 18 Indict
ment UK.ilnnt 10, Incluillnc John
It. riilllliK, republican itato com
nilttccnian of Ccorula, charging
connplrpcy to defraud tho United
State of over $1,000,000 In con
nection with tho dlnpoiltlon of gov
ernment lumber following tho war,
wan returned today by a upeclal
federal grand Jury.
The Indictment wag first report
ed liy a grand Jury empanelled to
Inventlgato war fraudit, for which
congress appropriated $GOO,000.
BRAMWELL AT FORUM
Immigration Agent for l 1,
lie Principal Hpriikrr
K. S. Ilramwoll, for 1G vcars Im
inleratlon agent for the Union Pa
cific system and father of tho statu
bank examiner, will bo the chief
speaker at the chum nor of commerce
furiim Wednesday noon with coloniz
ing the surplus lauds of tho county
tliu topic of discussion, llrumvrcll
presented to the board of directors
at noon toduy n plan which ho be
lieve will hu effective In locating
settlers on the excess lands of the
county. Tlm proposition wilt be
drought lifloTti tuo-clicmuer coiii
mlttcu on colunUatlou tomorrow and
to the business public In general at
Kiinikco. llollil.iy llcgun
The forum will 'also launch tho
holiday on "knocking" mid attoracs
for tho prosecution In the kangaroo
court will be Delected. It Is plan
ned to limit tho holiday to ono month
Instead of two as It Is estimated
that It will take one person 30 days
full time to tell all about the good
things In the county.
A chairman for tho movement will
be selected today and a score ot
public detectives will bo appointed
to make periodical raids on places
believed to bo headquarters for tho
ASSASSINS TQ mi:
LONDON, July IS. Iteglnald
Dunn nnd Joseph O'Sulllvan wcro
sentenced to death today for tho
murder of Field Marshall Wilson,
who vvns shot In front ot his home
hero 26 days ago.
Tho Duko of Lclnstcr'vTon'a
$15,000 Ut last week by driving an
auto from London to Aberdeen in
record time. Now he says be J'
soon to eneago la a novel factfi
across thoAUantlc' -,1
HAMMER SLAYER IS
FACED BY ACCUSER
Mr. Clarn PMIIIpt Kuillis Wlien
I'iiiiiI Willi K) AVItncsM of
Mot Hrutal .Vlunlr-r
I.OS ANOKI.KS, July JSj Mr.
Clara Phillips, charged wflh th'o mur
der of Mrs. Alberta Meadows hero
July 12 reached l.uj Angeles at 2:35 '
o'clock this afternoon In the custody J
or siwrirr winiam i. Tracger. Sho
was taken to the sheriff's office and
examined by an alienist to determine
her mental condition. Mrs. , Peggy
Cuffee, eo witness of tlio hammer
slaying, was secretly taken out of
W w" '
e town to meet th train and arrlVkwlrpby leball,'" was thoadmlrlnfe
j withy thi.pil.y.irf '- - HenlSft of -MaVaier AlllScr Tof
Tho meetlrfR of Mm. Phillips and
her accuser aboard the (lAldeu State
Limited Just before the train rcachod
Los Angeles was carefully staged,
but tho sudden encounter fulled .to
rufflo tho equanimity of tlio vvorajn
charged with what Is described ns tho
most brutal murder In tho city's his
tory. Aicuicr HonnK Train
Mrs. Caffce, whoso story ot the
slaying of Mrs. Meadows on an un
frequented rona In tlio northeastern
section of Los Angeles resulted In
Mrs. rhllllps' Indictment, boarded
tho train at a station on tho out
skirts of the city In company with n
detective sergeant nnd n deputy. Sho
was taken to where Mrs. Phillips
sat, In custody of the sheriff and Mrs.
Tracger, a deputy awaiting tho end
of her Journey.
"Is this tho woman with whom you
went riding Wednesday?" Mrs. Cat
feo was asked, as sho faced the pris
"Yes." sho faltered.
Mrs. Phillips laughed.
"Is this the woman who killed Mrs.
"Yes," quavered tho oung woman.
Mrs. Phillips smiled, but said noth
ing. As she stepped oft tho train at tho
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F. K. Man Is Kidnapped
Six Pretty Girls Guilty
(Speclal to Tho Herald)
CHILOQUIN, July IS. Kidnapped
by six beautiful nnd charming young
girls following tho dnnco nt Fort
Klamath Saturday night and taken
by auto to Cltlloquln, u Fort Klam
ath man who' gave tho numo of
"Jerrj" Is said to bo wondorlng
whether it young and handbomo uu
married mun may safely go mint
tended nt night in tho wilds of
northern Klamath county.
Although reluctant to discuss his
adventure, Jerry ut length Issued tho
''I had Jiibt left thu danco when
u tar containing six persons camo
up to im) and stopped, I obsorvod
they woro a group of charming1 Chll
oqulu misses nnd I wondered what
they wanted. They said they woro
going my way nnd nslced mo whether
I would ride. Although I hnd but a
fow blocks to will; I accoptod, whon
to my biirprlso tho protty driver
stepped on tho gas and wo whizzed
ou through Fort Klamath. After
dodging trees for an hour or bo, we
nrrlvod at Chlloquln whero ray ab
ductors forcod mo to attend a danco
In progresa there,"
Jorry said ho mado his way bock
it Wtk Ivlnmnllt In anfjittr
Many Injured in Series of
NKW VOUK, July 18. A series
of explosions In tho sixth story of a
wnreliousn at 10 Jauo streot hero
today shattered windows for blocks
around. Women and children floo
Ing from ncorby tenements " woro
hurled to tho pavement by tlio lilastH.
Flvo flro alarms wcro goundou1 and
ambulances took Inatiy of tho Injur
ed to hospitals.
railing debris killed Flro Lieuten
ant Schoopmoyor and Injured throo
other firemen. Tho pollco and fire
men carried frightened women nnA
clilldron from tho neighboring Orcan
' wlch Vlllagp tonomcnt5.
j For over on hour after tho first
I blajt Intermittent explosion contin
ued , within tho vvnreliouso filling
Creenwlcli Vlllago with fumes nnrt
forcing hundreds of persons from
1 their" lodgings.
! Tho -warchoaso lit occupied by tho
! Man:Hfacturpr8 Transit company ot
BEATTY CLEANS ,CUBS-
Tudlaiu Qv SinipPT Ktlilbltlon 18
u.Tci),iii iiiuiiv nummj
tho Klamath Cubs upon his return
from llcatty where hl tenn took
the short' end of a 10to Soro
Sunday. "And hit! Say, thoso
boys not only hit tho ball when
ever they please, but they placed
It wherever they pleased."
At that, It was a good game,
linker said. Tho Cubs hold tho
lead until tho sixth, when the In
dians tied the scoro. Tho Cub
were nosed out In tho ninth In a
pretty exhibition of playing.
Tho Indians uro coming hero to
play the Cubs noxt Sunday and
Dakcr promises that the fans .will
seo ono ot tho snappiest games over
staged on tho Modoc, diamond.
Tho Cubs' lino-up: C. h. Walsh,
c; Prlco King, ;p Del Hobcrtson,
lb; Dili-lcrlllard. 2b; Otis Wilson,
3b; Oeo. Dow, 83.; Homer Garlch,
rf; Kennoth Mater, cf; Johnny
Shiner, If. Umpire, O. P. French,
TRADE BALANCE LESS
Department of Commerce) Figures
lteve.il Decline ot 2,000,000,000
WASHINGTON, July IS. Ameri
cas forolgn trado for tho fiscal yoar
ended Juno 30 resulted In a favor
ablo trade balancp of 11,162,000,000,
a decllno ot nenrly 12,000,000,000
from tho favorablo balanco ot tho
previous year the department of com
FIRE DAMAGE HEAVY
Low At Orcgou City fSO.OOf; Boy
crnl Ilulldlngs DcHtroyctl
OIti:0ON CITY, July 18. Flro
hero early today caused $30,000 dam
ago whero It destroyod tho plant ot
tho Oregon City laundry, tho Fash
buriio garago with two automobiles,
the Fifth street restaurunt. the Mil
ler shoo repair shop, nnd H. Ketch
iter's confectionery storo and homo.
No marked change In Imromctrlo
pressure has peon
recorded by tha
Cytio - Btorma
graph at Under
roport. Slight rises
nnd (""a follow
encli other within,
narrow ranges. No
rellof from heat
wavo may bo look
cd for until a pro
takes Placo. either
upward or downward.
Forecast for next 24 hours; -Continued
fair and 'warm. Coadi
tlons favorable for thundorstorms. .
Tho Tycos recording thermometer
registered maximum and minimus .
temperatures today as follew: , 'v-.
Yesterday was the jrarmaat 4sur'0f '
tho, year. Mamlwvm JamHQMM
101 nhnrtlv nttmr't .Luk ,
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