The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, August 11, 1922, Image 1

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TRMFFIC AST
No Through Train Leaving
Los Angeles; 23 Bombs '
Explode in Yards . I
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WAHIIINUTON. Aug I) - !
Chalrmiiii Cummins imiriMluil
that Ii'kUIiiIIiui In limtiT ')
nlilcinllon which would mi' I
puwur llm pnwlilcnt tu tnlcn '
over (iio ruiinuiM If Irnnspor
Iniloti Im nerlnuMy paralyzed.
POCATKI.I.O. Aug. II. Ynrtl
employe mi llm Oregon Short
I. Inn iiilt work In prolot iigalnit
tit .t t o iiitmliililmt a guardx here. A
nint'tiiig of I hit hrotherhooilx ni
cilloil to ntiulilvr tln tilluallim.
1.011 ANUEU'.H. Aug II Tim
Sill I .uk o ritUiottil will bo iiulckly
affected I')' lliu tie-up of two Union
Pacific ami one Ort'Kou Short l.lno
train ut Ogdoit. according lo (Inn
intlv,X,iiiiincr Cumstutl..
WASHINGTON, Auk. 1 1. I'iiIhii
lu.llllTH ngll'Cll III UllltWlT tllO lluril-
lil: pinpnral Saturday
i.ns an(ii:i.i:k. auk. ii. i:if
hound .iHm'iu;ir iicnftc mi llm Hjii
Iii Fit lied up. iimt no through Irnliu
will leinn I .on Angeles until tlm
walkout situation lit Ncinlli-s In dear-
imI.
y' ilo tint want passengers to be
liulil,UP mi Hi" dccrl." uW an o(fl
rlul. '
Condiicliu. Ilicmmi, engineer unil
trainmen efu'd t" nnswer cnlU on
llm Alimi dlvlwlon, tylnrt up iruln
unexpectedly. '
t HAN ilKUNAIIDINO, Aug 'll
Deputy Mnmbnll Albcrlson w.i scrl
oiiNly burned when n bomb I'iplciHi'il
In IiIn h:iliiln Mlmrtly n(lir llm rx
ploijop of 23 IioiiiIin In tlm Huntn IV
)iiri(. Ttio inplimlniiH occurriMl In
tlm 'vicinity ) tlm NluipN, lintllnn
friiKiimnlN hoviirut liumlri'il fci-l but
iln I in; no ilnmuKo cxropt Iraring up
iMrtli.
AIIII.KNi:. T.K.. Auk. II. Con
crriminun llliinton liri h moiiI tolofiriiinn
to nunmrouN lonilurn tlinniKlimit llm
i mi n try iinniTtliiK Unit llnnlltiR liml
NUiuuioiii'il mtirrosM In tuko orr the
rnllrouils.
NKW YoltK. Auk. II. lullwuy
iiXDCiithcN woro rtiporti'il lulu, today
10 liy' ilcuiilliicliiil ovnr IIuijiIIiik'h
linipiiKiil In riul llio t.lrlkn by tuk
inK Inu'k MrlKi.TH unil lutlliiK Hid
lulior lioiinl tcjUii tint iin;illi;li of
MMioilty.
AuinyOiiiuji'i:. auk. n.
Tin' Mk four hiiIiI uii'ii Intro would
not' rcfufto lo tukn out Hiuilu Ko
truliiH. Tint uuhUioiiiiiJ Cillfornl.i
Miullnl In Ik'Iiik IikIiI hvru thU iif
titrnooii mid mllway offli-lals hnlil
pimHoni;urH on nil IruliiN ilculluril for
California .probably woulil bo hold
lient.
. ()(II)I:N, Auk. l I. TruliiH ilnliijcil
nt Oitiliiii by tlm rufiiMil of flrn
uii'ii to work with nmrkiul up lo
lnivn thin nftoninon. TliM w.ih tuk
on In menu that n nuttlt'iumit U'.nl
luKtu rriicltcil,
two uii.m:i on mi;ii
Nl-JW VOUK, Am;. 1 1. Two worn
Mllnil im tlm 1 1 hit Ailrlutlo mill
flvo Hitrlnuuly liijuniil mi u louult
of im nxplOHlDii In (Iio IioIiI, mi:
loiiIIiik lo n wlrvluHH roirlvcil licro
today.
WKA'llllvH I'HOIIAIIIMTI I H
Id'Hiilln llm hiunl llirnitonlliK liNPnlt
of our ciouiiy iikiuh
tlm CyclO'Htoriilii
Knipli ut UiiiIdi
wooiI'h rlinrmury
liuti rcrorilud no
rlimiKO In buroiuif
trio conditions, mid
no climiKO In
woatlior In piob
uhlo,
KorocHBt (or nuxt
34 lieurn:
Oonnrally fulr with
varlublo winds.
'I'lui Tvona rnenrillnir thnrmoniotoP
PARALYZEO OK
SIM ROAD
1'OKlntorod maximum and nilulinum
toiiipuruturt", today u fallewu:
MlKlt v 51
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five Dead
This photogniph was
head-on af Cincinnati, 0. 0
and HO injured.
ONE DEAD, 20 MORE
SERIOUSLY ILL AS
RESULT OF BOOTLEG
MiHiiioliloi- MKnl Willi WimmI AIcim
' ImI Id III I'MllM'i lllllllllirr.t
t'ilUnl AliliniK il'J hnlillrit
KAN KHANIMHCO. Auk !1
WliNhny Milur.l nt ?7C.nni
wan rcUnl by llm pollio on tl.o
NiitiTfrout Ihth toilay .
HAN I'ltANCIKCO. AK. U
ItUtlllfKN lllHltlcnriTH. wlltUI- ItpiTH
tlonit riinsi) from tlm l'rrnldlo to
HMti of (Mnr'ktt Rlrril. nfi- bold r
RpoHHlbln bx tlif poll"' Mr tl ileath
of ono man. mid tlm mrlotii rondl
tlou of twitnly n'llii'M. All of tlictn liml
bn-n drinking poUnnftd Ibnior.
n. Iiarildtt of llm l.iind UoloU
3rf3 MImIoh Ktrntt, dlod In nttoriy ut
tlm Vcnlnil iirmownry bospllnl. Ho
liml Jiit.ii takrn to tlm hoipllnl totnl
ly blind.
Tlinnwm Mnswll ' tlm Idaho Ho.
till. 71. Howard ulrpot. and John !.
Kan. 5GI Pine ntri'ot. won' nlmi blind
wlu-n taken to tho lionpUal ly Pr'
of tlm minibrrn station, and aro not
pxpcrtiMl lo ri'diMtr.
Pcdcial otflclnlH nsulKnod I" tho
riiHO Bay that tboxo min mn" hsivo
wilfully inlxiid wood alcohol with
llmlr ilrlnkH. All of tlm trio -worn
rlinrnclorlxi'd ni chrnnlr nlrnbottfu.
Thnlr Kciii'rnlly middi'ii rnndlllnn w.w
H.ilil lo J.o llm rpsult of prolrncfNj
lIlKhlp.ltlllll-
Tho remaining r.isrs of !iliidnrJ
worn iinioni; hoIiIIith ul lbi I'mnldlo,
Thlriy-ltto bno bri-n roporlid during
tlio piiHl wfi'k, njni) olfliors raid,
Tlm lutitlllKi'iicn di'p.irtuutul of llm
proKldlo iihpitIm tluit moil of tbn
Iio1hoiii.i1 bootb'i; In illM'ciiM'd In
"blind iIkh" In llm rear of Iiouhim on
Chestnut, flnnn. I.iiiubnid. 1'iilnn.
Scott and riircn Hlroi-ts. near llm
uinlii onlramo of tho mllllary ritsor
Mitlon. AccordhiK t"i nriny offlilnlw, IIicho
dlvi'3 aro lontln'iUiiK to toll tlii'lr
piilHoiicd lliiiior ili'spllo tlm fact that
tlm prohibition niumtt witrn notified
of tlm Hltuntlou iiktu than n mouth
ai;o.
WATER PIPE RECEIVED
I'lrM Slilpmint ri; IMiiihIoii ot
( 'it MhIiin Arihi'M fioiu Uusi
A latloml of Hlx-lmli Htcol water
plpo, approximately :s.ntn feet, wui
recolvod hum by tlm Cnllfornla-Oic-gnu
Power company yesterdny a:i n
purl of a Hlilpineut from Plttslmru
for tho proposed extension of thu
rlly water iiiiiIiih. 1'our moro carloads
nro on llm round, according to .1, C.
Iloyht, nuinugm' sit tho lompany.
Tho present shipment will bo laid
at onto on tho first unit, iiK'ludlng
I.lmoln from Seventh to Tenth; on
Tenth fiom Lincoln to Uphanl; urn!
on OruKon aMintin to Delta.
1 (HtMIIH DOIIItlri HOY IIUYS
lNTi:ili:ST IN NKVADA P.WKIl
Itolllu C. Stltsor, son pf ? C, Silt
Bcr, former banker, nnd tlmbor man
of Dorris, hau bought a hitlf Interest
lu tho Humboldt Star ot Wlnnomuc
t'ft, NiVil
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and. Fifty Injured; in
taken a few minutes after
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no was carrying a Sunday school picnic. Five were lulled
LOCAL WOMAN HELD
.Mm !. Smlili '(ininl Willi SliM.llf.
In;? Il W'ihiI .Men nut Ho I'd.
wi;i:i. jr. ii a uiitii.iii i:iv-
Iiik hitr uuiiio im .Miirbt Hinllb. mid
her resldoucn iih Kl.imnib Tnllx, Ore
i;ou, w.is uriiMted In tin" Weed .Mer
r.nlllo iiinipaiiy Htoro mi llm Chari-u
of slcillui; a dresN Milued m J!.".. I'p
mi bolnc sfurchml by a wum.iu em
idoyn of tlm stent, It l liarrivd, llm
IresH was found Under bur own ilntmi.
In thn Juillio court alio u.ih fount!
Killlly of 1"'JU larceny mid uiui sen
tencvil lo ::o ila)K In tlm Kiituty Jail
til Yriika or to pay a fine of ?:tit.
After the trl.il.. tv. inun from Klitni
nth Kails, rcpresitmliur: blmsflf tu bo
the woiiiiiu'k liUHband, called up Ju
tlrn Itradloy, Inqulli'd lis to tlm cane
nnd said Im would mum to Weed.
Tlm amount wan pild nnd llm wo
mini vim mlenbed.
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GET APPROPRIATION j
Okroii KUrrs mill lliurbors Mime In!
!j;l5,lllKI,0(ll Allotment
WdV.SIIINCTON. Auk 11 --Allotment
or 35.uon,HfM for rler And
harbor Ipiprovetuent was announced
todiiy by tint war deparlmunt ns fol
olwsVCoos Hay, l.'0,5oO; Columbia
lllvor. (Vjlllo to Simke rler. la.r.OO;
Columblarikliw Vanrouver ami Port
land, ?.SM,00oi Yauulna Way barbor.
JtJOO.OOO; Snake .rlvor, $10,noft;
Yamhill rlyor. 27.3o0 Cow Ills rlv-
op, Ml.'lOD. , "
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MAYBE
MHIBW II n I I I I T-u(
Member of the 'Associated Press
KLAMATH I'AI.I.H, OIIIWO.V, I'ltllMV, ACCUJHT
ITlf
Rail Wreck - - .;
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two C. L. & '. trains met
FLOWER LOVERS ARE
LOOKING FORWARD
TO SECOND SHOW
t
IMilbll Will I to llclil Next WYilmtf
d.iy mnl Tliui-vbij ; Knrl Tin; j
tries mo CrBitl"
jCl.imatb 1'nlli (lower Invent, ans
lookliiK forward to llio Kreoud uttnoal
slipw, which will li't held nuit Wed
mwilny mid TburbiUj-i AiiKiut 1. nnd
17, In thu Mulbuso llnlbllns. corner
of riflb and .Main Sis. lusl year the
flowor show far exceeded nil expec
tation nnd It In himcd that there. jjl
Im ii Kruat iiiuuy morn entries this
year. In thin connection tho commit
too wlali to empbatilzu tlm time In
which tho onirics nro to bo made,
und aUn tlm necessity of entering the
flowera In tlm proper ilassci.
Tbo commltteo In cbnrne of tho
TCKlstratlon of tlm entries will Iio nt
tho bulldltir: at eight o'clock Wed
nesday mornliiK. AtiRUst 10, the
opening day of tho show, nnd tbo
registration will closo promptly at
12 o'clock, noon of thu sumo day.
Last year n great deal of confusion
win caused by lite entries and In
Justice to nil tho competitors, and to
tbn judges na well, It Ms necessary to
close at noon Wednesday. The judges
will then mako tlm awards and tho
show- will formally open at 2:30
Wednesday aftornoou.
Tho clasalfl'-atlnnH of tbo flowers
has been greitly simplified, thus
(Contlmmd on Pasc C)
HE WONT JUMP, AFTER
II, MW2
THREE KILLED
TRIP BURGLARS
Attempted Robbery Turns
Into Gun Fight; Only
One Makes Escape
I.OK ANOIXCH, Aug. 11. Three
men aro dead, ono Is under arrest
and ono In sought here today as a
result of a trap set by deputy sher
iffs, willed turned tin attempted rob
bery Into a gun fight.
Tlm dead arc I,otihReMe)und Ed
win Ilurtont-of Chicago,! both with
criminal rocordsj'nnif Ktnacth Flee
nor or Texas. . -. .n.
Itron and Klootior died -in tbn
flKht. Ilurtnn dlod later In '.-hospital.
A fifth member of tho gung is
Ltlll at largo. .!-
o ...I i ,
BAND PLAYS TONIGHT
Atteiiilanii. ut O'outcrlw (iniwuig
And I'rugriuaN ImprotbiK
Tonight unolher open ulr band
concert will take placo at tho city
playground. Attendance at tho con
icrto Is growing, and the band Is ro
spondlng to public Interest and put
ting on some excellent programs.
AfuVrfeptlonnlly good program Is
nm,Vi. iW' "1' " Al S"0W airocior,
(or t . 4nt, as follews:
1 '' rcb. National Emblem.
:
orture Princess of, India.
.
.id Son p. Departed Days.
. ,cones from King Dodo
'Valtws, Daughter of Love.
C.'ficlorjlou from tbo Opera Mar
tha: 7. Hawullun Song. Aloahoa Oe.
lllues, "Wabash" t
II) A. h. WIHILtllO
Thoro Is'a small balance, (some-
thing llko $90) remaining to be paid
on tho playground equipment. The
playground committee decided to
glvo ,i benefit dauco to ralso funds
to pay off this balance, the band
bad also planned on a dance about
thu same date. Tho giving of two
dances about tho samo time probab
ly would not bring very good results
to either organization and certainly
would not appeal lo tho public,
tbercforo It was decided to join to.
gcthcr and havo ono real affair, the
proceeds to bo divided equally be
tween tbo band nnd playground as
sociation. Wo feel that ovory citizen should
bo glad nnd willing to assist these
two very worthy enterprises. They
are for thn benefit of tho community
ns n wholo. Tho playground equip-
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ALL
WHEN DEPUT ES
Attractive Ad
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P- . fltataai iTTClv
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Not a poster, Iwt a Ihrtaf, i
inr aaverUMnMnL Ml
Sedgwick la just om of It drla
who carrtol tho sky-UM oTMs.
Okla., on their hats to la rialnasl
eon(rnca of tho T. W, C A. .at
CtUi Duk
TWO ENTRANTS IN
MOVIE CONTEST ARE
RUNNING TOGETHER
Others Vie for Hccoad aad Third
Position'; Nearly S Have
Cbaaon to Wla Tkketa
Of tho 11 entrants In tho movie
contest being staged 'by Tbo Herald
In conjunction with local movlo thea
tres, two aro tlcd.for first place. That
Is, two have entered the same num
ber of correct guesses. Should, these
two maintain tan .lead until the ead
of the contest, Saturday, the time
their guesses wero delivered at The
Herald would determine the winner.
Several are ruaalag close for sec
ond place, bat ao'two art . Tin
same holds true for third pke. Aa
the-race af awt.-ifrwest Very eVaHoet
ant has a chance to win oae ot Die
prizes.
Surprising kaowledgo of Dae namss
of movie stars was exhibited by aoua
of the costesUnts. One of the play
ers, however, proved a stumbling
brock for all contestants. This .was
Wallace Berry. He was named every
thlngjfrora Geraldlne Farrar to Natl
mova. The alluring Marie I'revost
proved almost as difficult. Only one
or two were ablo to name (bis ac
tress. j
Wlnnors of tho free tickets are
duo to witness unusually excellent
pictures during tho next two weeks,
according to Harry Poolo ot the Lib
erty and Ted White of the Strand.
Contestants should remember that
the decision may rest on the time the
ucsscsaro delivered at The Herald
office. This may bo another case of
tho early bird.
McMAHON GETS FIVE
Infraction of. Motor Vehicle taw
Kxpcnshc for Violators
Five motorislB have fallen Into the
clutches of Special Officer McMahon
slnco yo&tcrday for Infractions ot tho
motor vohlclo laws. They are: R. D,
Chamberlain. Wulter E. Kock, Ed'
win Wilson. It. L. Lockwood and C.
F. Crews. All tho cases coma In tho
Justico court.
Chamborlaln was charged with
operating an, overloaded truck. His
caso was taken uudor advisement by
Justico Onghugen.
Keck wus fined 110 and costs for
operating u motor vehiclo with a II
cense not assigned to that particular
car.
Wilson was fined 110 and costs for
driving ahr without an operator's
llrouso. Lockwood was fined 110 on
tbe sumo charge
Crews was fined 1&0 for uslug
license plates not assigned to his ear,
for being without un operator's li
cense and (or carrying passengers
without having first given a bond as
reijulrod by tho sUto.
PLAN TO CHECK KLAN
Natlon-Wlilo Conference to bo Held
In Chicago in September
C1UCA0O, Aug. 11, A natiou
wide effort to curb tho activities of
tho Ku Klux Klan was announced
hero toduy, A national couferpneo on
u campaign plan will bo hold here
September 5, to which delogatcs
from every state will bo Invited.
MARKET REPORT
PORTLAND, Au. 11, Cattto,
stoady. Hogs aad sheep nominal,
steady, Eggs firm. Rutler, stoady.
- L 1SL. IT S7.
.r mmmsn
v w.f-;ZMmmk
OF KLAMATH FALLS
maims
Delegation Meeto'With Lr
cal BttsineM.Men; $I.ttO,
000 It GmI Set ;v,
t ,r?n
t
A committee 6t hhjawar booster!
from Alturas met a aamaer ot bad
ness men at the ''' earn
raerce lait Bight to dleewM the arc
posed ,read from IVTaaemBeaaV Her
ada. te.Kvreka, riMfWakTbiewa'ae
thelIs'Vtihwwf:lt;wata,'ro.
note this road taWffffilNtt8a of
the locarchamkisr of eemmeree Jer
neyed io Wlanemaeca 'rly'hl una
to meet wlta, ltat(ew af aeveral
of the westera.ktatea. "
Dr. fleo. Coaweil, 3. W. tHImuU
Oeo. T. Armatreai art memberi ot
the Alturaa deUf stlea, awoiated by
the board of supervliwrs of.medoe
county to visit vrtrr tr l Cali
fornia ndrtb ot the TehaejMft moiiB
tains In an endeavor to raise. 11,600,
000.00 to finance the balldlac of tbe
hlihwar. It was Pointed out that
Nevada will be unable to finance
construction, because the, territory
covered Is uninhabited aid the state
is unable -to meet tho expense.
Statistics show that of 'the 21.000
automobiles going from Salt Lake to
.California last year. It waa said, II,
000 turned 'straight aoupi for Lea
Angeles, aad ealy M9 continued
west to Oregon aad Cal(tarnhu ThU.
It waa pointed oat, wei because 'the
roada did aof,cemare tavorably with
(he road t Lm Angelas, whita to
belallmireMsi'by fubjle Mhadata
UeM tnm'1'ymtim wmit vae
by the aailrv4ewi C CaMtirnla at
the Eareka atfttMrbr all the
forala. ' ' , L-'"'1
. Kfamath rsnt wWHfc.aaked by
Modoo coBBty'to'ralN'IWOO.OO'to
help finaaee tala Mfhwty acraes the
sUte of NevaddC Laievltw,- It was
said, has already pUflged a2,000.
provided the total ;ameu'Bt"ls raised.
The directors', of tha chamber ot
commerce will consider Ue'mattV at
Tuesday's meettaf- ' '
UNK RIVER APPROVED
bee Director May Ho to Btt
tUt Pro aero
Link river may be pM location for
taking many, thrilUnf aavla sctaee
in the maklag ot Mg, aaeclal pro
duction by the TaeeJtidlee.
Director VYray ipest yesterday ex
aminlng the facllttlee hero and tbla
morning took several photographs of
scenes on Ling river. Whether tho
river will bo used aad at least a por
tion ot tho film made here will de
pend, ho said, on certain require
ments. These Include tho raising and
lowering of tho water, logs to be
driven down the stream and a bridge
to bo blown up. Secretary Stevenson
said ho thought every requirement
would bo met.
Should the whole production bo
stagod hero It would mean tho pres
ence for six weeks pf a cast ot 35
peoplo. Should only tbe dam sceno
bo takon, SO players would be hero
ror two weeks. Among tho players
would be Marguerite La Motte and
Lloyd Hughes. While the production
calls for a city ot II.90Q, Wray be
lloved that portions pf Klamath's
business soctloucodld''be'uted to
meet requirements,
Wray left tbla morning for Marsh
field and other town where he will
examine prospective foeattoas. Ha al
so contemplated going an. to Caaads,
but said that It the ' 'required ar
rangements ere maahere he would
probably return, wKheu't' going fur
ther north. b ( j
klansmanujCpses
Nathan A. Baltov'lMa'h Jayear
At Las AagevTtW r, ,
LOS ANOBLtAg.t"n. NaUf
an A. Baker, mm ot tha.gT de(ad-;
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