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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1922)
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orr iciAL PAFW or
KLAMATH COUNTY AUD
OF KLAMATH FALLS,
TO.VHJIIT ,lll I ItlMAV HIIOVl;itH.
Member of the Associated Press
V. ' I.
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Olcott Gitins 60 Vetes: De
feated Candidate May
PORTLAND, Aliff. 10.
CliarlcH Hull, dofcatod
cnmliriiito. for'tthc gtiburnn
lorial nomination, face to
face with the turning tables,
suddenly kuvo up the whole
recount fijjht for nomina
tion. "We do not desire to go
further with the recount.
We desire onlv to no into
phases of illegal votinr that
are charged in our com
plaint and we will take that '
Up at Salem," Said District
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Attorney Uren on behalf of ,
Attorneys for both sides
f ih.. fliriit immi.fliiiti.lv I
agreed on a request lor an
investigation of frauds and
Myers declared that an in
quiry would bo made with
out delay when the gi;and ,
jury reconvenes Monday.
BE TURNING :
nainii'nn nf ihn iix-mint ' l"-"'nt'th(- wore of tlm Klatii, rrll' r(lllrfu.j )ltr ,, lUrr,ms0(1
Suspension of the lecount , CJIllTl). rhBnilll.r of Mmn..twlrflWf -,..,,. iiml ,,,r,(Iril ,
.'ft Governor Olcott WithiUiirljis.tlie t.m enr wn t.-coRnUed.ln,((J j,,,,,.!,,,,.,. lti fl!lr ,,-,.
i...- r no ..i :..
.in .iiiviiiiiiiBU ui -o vuiv in
ail(l i0 in thO
A political expert hinted !
that Hall eventually would
drop the entire fight and
run as an' Independent.
AIR PATROL SUCCESS'
ImlliiK Ij'iNftl. J'lrei
lami.Ni:. ore,, AKu m. Tiinii-f-
flileney of llio iivIXIi,lliiii(uri7Afnl
pitiol In Oregoi), W year .-"iWKh,
m online xl"!" t9r'lK omiy,
who linn ccomiautled ho. uujiirii
over different HiKlloim uftlie wooiied
nieiiH of tlm weilorn part uf Ori'Kon,lr.vo romn,uit.o hai been U gather
Tliirpliiiie nro inaklftg their head
ipiiirliTH ut the I'.ligeuo inunlilpal
avlalloif held mid hnvo no regular
roiilen lo cover iih they li:id IiihI enr
mid tho your before, hut go on fllchtH
u believer liny particular fire I lo he
ohHorveil. Tho obororn mnko iiotea
mi the exact lotatlnn nf the blitm, Hh
extent, mul wlnither or not It I burn
ing green Umber aud u report Ih
ii'iiido to tho land force, thim eiinb
llniT tlieiu to belter combat the fire,
night' pitmen urn Htntloned In IJu
geno mid each day thl eo or four of
them leave tho looI hnuo for differ
eul portion of the wenlcrn pait of
tho Htute, rotuiulnu eiU'li evening, No
Kith-huHe nro being malnttilued thin
Tho Cycluloriiiiiiiriiih ut t'nder-
reKlHtoiod u riHiiig
p r o n h it re thl
morning but hIiico
iiuoii a downward
movement Iiuh ink-
pluce, llltlu nut
cliuiige having oc-y
cur rod tfiiuo last
Forecast for next
Ounurully fair with
'llio TycuH recording thermometer
roglniered maximum nnd minimum
Icinporntitrott today, as followm
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A close-up nf Miirllnn .Miller ami Juck I'lckfnrd tukon iMt before
ceremony tlmt made' Hum until Mid wife mul before (In strain of
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RESULTS OF DRIVE
ARE GRATIFYING TO
ytei Willi l!)' 'I'oiiiiiilltro
Annrci hit Ion.
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wan Miutri'Cliited. mid .ih hetieflrlul
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rimt report of tlm exerutho commit
' tee. ronipoKOd of K. W. Vonnlce.
rliiilrinnn, II. X. Moe, Clin. I Hob-
erl nnd M. V I'.vnu. who npent I
hoiiio time among the box facloilei ,
nnd other local lntlttitliin.i jnMi-r
d.iy," Sicrelury KtiiMioii said lo
day. "Tim eiuniiiltleo reported that
Dm rxunilllHil III lllll ri-Hlll'Ht for fund
'tlr - iiteincitcty fiuanro tho nrnnnUa-
ii-ii'cnl'itll(ni for tho roiiiliiit eiirn wa mom
'gratifying. and thl Matumrnt is
liorno out of lli fact Ilia! two of the
Milan vldlted mibscrlbed $aS0 each
TqrMlm present year, mid another loc
Iiinllt ntlon mined tin Hiilmcrlptlon
from tn ant yeH, to 1.100 Hi In year,
while ii Sixth ul reel hiiMiieiw hohse
doubled from $fi0 to $100.
I 'Till wn tlm flint (line the exe-
sliKii the rnmpalgu utarted, hut the
progreB they hnvo reported I excel
lent, ami they nro out again' today to
visit other local film and lumber
mlll-i that they did not call on yester
day. "Local team who have been In ac
tive tiervlco during the hint few day
have uiiide mtbstuntlul lollectltM
on Home dellmiiient payments, nnd
ninny of the member have paid In'
advaui'ii for the present ye.ir, while
Hoveral new me inborn bao been Hlgu
e'd up who -were not on the roster
lust year.. Although the repoil Indi
cate that normal conditions have not
returned ami people nro Mill feeling
the result of tho hindnon jlepre
don, tho early pari of the )eitr, the
rospoiiHo Indicates that the ihiimber
of coin m iirco U rerogiiticud a ti it In
Htlliillou that must ho maintained In
the county nnd most everyone receiv
ed the (onunllteeH couilrously, nnd
paid their dura, when It wiih 'nlltlo
"There mo others, hnwnvor, who
will hold up liidlvldiinlltle nnd ding
uhir lustmiceK hh iimihoiih why they
will mil eontilbutn to (ho chamber,
overlooking everythliiK else that the
nrgunhtatlou has dono dm lug tho past
yeur, but these are very much In tho
minority, mid from all reports tlioi
orgiuiltntlon will be taken euro of In
good uhapo mid ho able to do effec
tive work during (ho next twelve
(Continued to Page C)
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licio uhuii W. fl 1'imrll. well VniiMii
fiiriiUnn1 dealer of tlio Uty. hold Ma
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1 Lenox In uelknoun ttiroiiKliout .
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, I)oitj;IjH roi ply and for imuiy i'iirn
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oiylt cted n Ii m leu In thin c ly. l:it.
er inoiiiiE iq ivinuiTiui num. lie re
IKHPITAI. AT i.i:.r
WKKI). Aug . -The Weed Lum
ber company ha etabllihed a hos
pital nt It heudiiuiirler logging
., ul j,,,nf or Tenant a the pout-
ffro ,xli , nw. Tn hngnltal
will take care of the general health
of It einplo)OK and their famine
ii uell us be of great line Hi emer
gency euxe. Dr. Chnrlcx Dolor,
lately of Ileddlug, ha rh.irge of tho
I'AM.S, OltWJO.V, THt'HMIlAV, AHIUMT 10, llgK!
DEAD IN APPALING
; IIONfJ KONG, Aug. 10:
The death list is now esti-'
mated at 50,000 in the Swa-,
'.ow flood disaster, the most
; appalling in history. A
whole counliyside is devas -
it'll, town ia.e(i ami nonius
'are floating among the do,-'
bris everywhere. i
INCE DIRECTOR IS
IN KLAMATH COUNTY
SjHTlnl I'miliKilun lYtitiirlng
llx-Senlir Mm Would '
2m,(MM lo Hinge
Hern yen nre, buddies' Hero'
(inr chance lo break Into I tin movie
Soeklng n toratlnn for tho staging
of a big niocIhI film production feat
uring ex-nerl n men, for which n
ilntu scene will ho ro(iilrril. Julin
(Hlfflll) Wriiy. h illrcctor fur tin1
luce Studio, urrlwr hot' from t.of
AtiKclt'ii uM tilght. In rompany wltli
J. J. KurlM-r. Wray totr l looklnc
over llio ntp'ainrf adjacent to thin city
wIktc ho tioi-N t) flml ii tuilinhlo lo
rntion. I "Tlilx Ik n itpvclnl priwliiillun wlilchi
win ii'iiiuro t'X'Hcrviro im-n,- vuiii(
Wriiy. "It .will nut about $200,000
to proiluto uml n lurRu iiumbor of
tux-ft-rvld' men will m ntiuirifl."
"How about pretty film itur,'
U'rnv wiik imlti'il
"1.1.1- .if '...,. I nii-.i -v..,.'
know the Ince uludln nro noted fori
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And tlu'ro you arc. budduu.
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I" linn ana qut jour nhovlnV
COLORED, MAN IS HELD
John Johns, lUtotbluck, It Itclnrnril
To HNmiii ly Mirriff
..uml uuiuin, cuiurru, nanicn in
SJfon on the charge of having
forged several checks, w.i taken lo
tho California line yesterday by
'.Sheriff Low nnd turned over to I he
'aherlff from Yreka, John ha been
J acting nH bootblack nt tho stand In
the office of tho Central Aulo ser
vice, Mik. John was asked by the
sheriff, to terminate her reshlcnce
liere nt the earliest possible date.
TOO HOT TO WORK, ANYHOW-
BE HELD HERE
j Committee ' Appointed to
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Doclii(oh,'lo hold n cnllnly filr and
rmlilo'tlilii f:ill. ni A'tntnlitned attrac
tion, 'v;an tundn nt.tlio cliambor ol
rominrrcn Imnlium tnen meetlnK
lat ulRlit.'nnd commKicoii wrro ap
pointed to tarTy out the program.
II. X. Moo. A. M. Colllnr and J. K.
Swnniion are member of the finance
' conimltloo to drniv up the nicrecmont
j with Am Fordyce for the 40-ncre
tract which inn roir noani and me
merchant aaitoclatlon have tentative
ly purchaaed, mbject to the approval
of the voter of the county In the
fall I'lcctlon, Thl committee will alto
recommend a plan for erecting; the
necejry building for the exhibit.
Krand stand, nnd other building
necemury for the fair and rodeo,
J. J. Kurber and Harney Chamber
were nuked to Intervlqw the county
uKrlriilturlst Hbout havluK an O. A.
(', repreientutlvi vllt Klumttlh Fall
and recommend tho lay-out fur the
ground, raru track, bulldlnR. etc.
Clin. I. Ilobert. chnlrman of the
merchant' bureau, was authorlted to
appoint a committee of three bul-
nei men to et-ocrBle with the fair
board In uiHiiuRlnK both tho fair and
' tho rodeo, Thl committee hti not
but will be Holcctod
wl,hl" " fcw ,l"'''' nmI "" oon "
ri-iuri in inu iiiiiiiuo comniiiice i
liiadu work will begin to put tho
grounds in order for the falr..wblcu
will bo held tho first week In Octo
lcr. Tho chamber of commerce wai re
quested by the merchants bureau to
lake whatever steps were necessary
to.iiecuro the proper number of sign-
' er to petitions necessary to nui the
purchase of the fair grounds up to
the toters In tho November election.
About 300 signatures have already
been secured, but tho required num
ber Is 900, nnd solicitor for names
will be out within n day or two to get
the required number. Arrangements
were also nindo to havo a man on
tho ground nt tho picnic nt Malln
Sunday to socuro signatures to these
Win. Howard Tuft
William Howard Taft. chief Justlco
of the t'nlted State, (peaking before
the American Bar .tMoclatlou In San
Pranclxo today, urge reformi to
remove delay and bring about ineed
In tho ndmlnltratlon of Justice,
STATE HOUSING ACT
SACIIAMKNTO. Cat., 'Aug. 10.
In lino with a state-wMo carapalio
by California lumbermen to defeat
the state bousing act, ap for reterea
dum at tho Xoveatkr eUcUoa. kjck
denies the clttxen of any Incorpor
ated community In California, city,
town or vlllaio. tho rlffcjt to build
homes with shingle roots", arraote-
menta are being made for a meeting
of lumbermen -in Sacramento. t
The state-wide campaign .was de
cided upon at a meeting of the execu
tive committee of the California iutn-
bcrment, because, they maintain, the
antl-shlngle clause is unfair to the
lumber Interests of California. '
When it was learned that uader
tho act as signed, home builders
would not bo allowed to usiv shingles
on the roofs of their houses, It was
too late for any change. The commis
sion of Immigration and housing of
California, under whose Jurisdiction
the slate housing net is enforced,
publicly repudiated tho act. and Paul
Scharrenbarg, chairman of the com
mission, has written the opposition
argument to bo used In tho referen
Under tho act, nothing but "ap
proved" patent rooting can be used
and tho clauses are so worded that
tho smallest shack would romo under
the provisions of the law.
Tho state housing act is Senate bill
Xo, 28S und was Introduced In tho
last legislature by Senator Lester 0.
flurnett of San Francisco.
Warning to Motorists I
McMahon Is Hero Again
Motorists, take warning.' Kay on
the accelerator and see that the old
beat has port, starbord and stern
light burning at night. Special Traf
fic Officer MaMahon. is back.
McMahon was here last year, as
many motorists will recall with sor
row. Several regretted his return
last night when he attached his call
ing card to several cars parked along
"Thero ain't no fun in driving a
car wlieu that bird's hanging
around", declared one motorist as he
read tho Invitation to call at tbe
police stution which McMahon bad
(oft on tho car during the owner's
absence. "Me, I'm going to Illy!"
Some figure that Merrill might ho
more safe than Illy In view q( tbe
roport that McMuhon was said to
havo tagged 40 motorists there yes
terday for minor Infractions. Others
soy tho only safe play Is to put u
padlock on tho garago and stay home.
"Keep-a copy of the trattlo lawa
pasted up In front of your face,' was
one suggestion. "Read It every' time
you turn acorncr."
"Ah. what's the use," came the re
ply. "I would probably have the copy
turned up -side down and gat flack
ed for tha't. You can't get away freas
that bird, He's tbo bee's knees!" -
WaKlt ! cabftt
W. TJVT UOEES
Chief stjtW iHiiMfti l
crMc .' IsliMfiii.-M
nepeadeaes'ltpa etwfrsM Hjjmttm
reform t ttmw iMtn. ,",uT'
.bring about Is ttUaiss;ittra
lion ef justice "Im Mt bfttglrt jtsit
best result aa aaa OtfftrtsH ssMe
should be tried." Wllllast KsnrarJ
Taft, chief Jastfec ef tit Vsitsd
States, told the Amrslcsa Bar iuso
clalloB hers todsy. """"
"The isllKrefl ef JBsttea la thl
country," said Justice Ta, ''mi
pecially lo tb state Marts, kar
been ssore largely du U'wltlalTd
lag of aowcr'frasa IkiaW ?'.
ceadlags Mf kbtai' tkaa ta aay
other caase, aad yet jadfsa bra'ta
bear ffea braat af erHJcUat vaWa
is to geatral.as ta tht rWalta' at
aresasjt eaart Mtiaa. TkJdM
shaatd as ttvsi th." aWr;taraMa
awasarata ' wHk . taalr" 'naVSWlisl-
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iastlca Taft' said 'tbr MtisWtM
bad so lacreasej wltbMa-tasas)i
af tgaaral busbsaaa .at las) .aasiaJIrf
taat evaa u ntM.alwsjfitjMMMM
by the fe4eTalartuTl&'jefi
fore Jisd aroved Uadsita. He
remarksdi, tkat mddKtai!' bardea
bad, followed the eaaetaMtt t bsf
statutes, particularly Uit. Talsttad
act. a ,
"A bill whick weald afTida for
! dUtrlct 'judges aid, ea etrcmlt
Judge Ib tbe feurtk district baa' kea
reported to both kuta,,"'k'lieaf
tlauad. "It U asd will doabtlsM
lead to dicuMloa'?"bdt-,b ,m,8f
tbe previous votes la tbe Iwa leas
es, It seems llksty that 'tka bill
will pass before tbe 1eleeeat aea
li -. m :
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Cross KTsaslastleai Vaster'
i ul r.-Jio-i il i
LOB AXOELEfl. Aag. iiC-tdel'
Elduayea, prUelple wltaeta far tke
suta at tka trial of1 87 'tta Klux '
Klansmea, was pat asder crow mas
Inatton whea tke trial waa-resuaied
today. Fidel testified la ShsM.
Tbe Elduaysas; proprlsra .af a
winery, were takes from tsetr kerne
by a bead of men a tIM llfkt of
April 23. Voerner rode ap ea not
orcycle and fired Into tka tre'wd, fat
ally woBBdlng'M. B. Utkt eB
stable of laglewood. one of tke raid
ers. Several, shots were ftreA.WIer
ner. Tbe prosecution eontaads tka raid
was organised by officials of tka Km
Klux Klsn and was carried .af la an
unlawful manner, tka Bftrttef R It
being masked. Tbe defew;,,!
the raid, was' organised byBaaaa af.
fleers tr tbe purpose of aKitrtaf en-
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TWO CAJCnBTB IbBbW-
LONDON, fg. l.--rsMbM''a4
British cabinets met her ;Mdr to
consider tbe Impassa ieV (Mr
man reparations qaartfcaKfSSlhid
by allied statessasa hs',aM.,)ke
confereaee kaaga on tk'etr' deejbers-
'on- a J
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LONDON, Aug. 1S.-
snd Daaa Were'hsjsiHt
moralag for Ut
Robert S. Ktnkan.
far the aast' week.
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