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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1922)
'IONMIIIT A.NI WKH.VIIHDAYi r.
Ki:iTi,i:n, noi,i;u ro.Muiir.
OFFICIAL PAPER OR
KLAMATH COUNTY. AND
OF KLAMATH FALLS A
Member, of the Associated Press
'ifleenth Year, Sit. fill'.!
Harding Believes Congress
Should Grant Powc But
WARIIINllTON, Aug. i!).- I'rri..
Mi-iil llurilliiK Mill liclluvcji mil.
KU'wi Mmtilil grant him Immediately
authority ii t.,h (,vir rullrtuiU
nml mining prinrllei, II mux said
IfHla)' lit tllll Hllilll ItOUNC, llllt llHM.
KKiiirnl loiigreitliiiial HpnkrHmuii
Hint only Hit' Krliiiim-kl public tiPccN
nlty would iiiuvi) him tn exercise
Mich power If ;ralilcil. I In doe
not, however, Intend to mukit fur.
mill ilrmatiil for such powern tin.
Ifw emigre nlinttH n; unwilling
iipjh In enact legislation. Ho ho.
Iluc them U no present nrrosilly
for tiurh nctloix,
CIIICAOO, Auk 29. Tli 1'nllml
fiUlM railroad Inlior board today
. denied lln mill Ion of W. Jrtt
limk, labor atnlljillrlan, Hint tlir
board Immediately deflno lliu prlii
rlpln of n IIIuk wage In llio case
ef Hip maintenance of wjir v.
plo)eei seeking Incrpjim of Hm
minimum pay rale. Al the rniupat
of Prpuldrut (Jrnblo of iho main tcii
ance organization, tlm hnirlng wan
Minn ntljniirnrd unlll tomorrow,
v (Initio announced Hint lia wan'
liilmcrnpliliiK President Harding ami J
Senator Cummins nnklug them lu
present lo iront lo rongrrs nn
nninmliurnl to tho transportation
net making It mandatory for tlin
labor board to enunciate the prlii
rlplr ufn living wtirp.
WAHHINtlTON. Auk, 29. Aband
niinmiit of President IUrilliis Pr
poral for it fed n raj conl agency with
llio capital to buy, up) I sinl' dMrlli
ii In ro.it wax mino-iiuceil to llio Iipiim'
ioil.i)- li- Chairman Wmsluw' of tlm
.liilvrstatn commerce. comiiiUilon.
Wlnslow raid tho president' ac
quiesced In tlm cliiuiro of plan.
I'OUTIiANO, Auk. 2p lV.tural
JtiilKn Wolrnrlon toilay foutnl null
y nml Mintnrril tlirro of tliu H
Hliopmon occiifi'il of vIolalltiK llio
PlrKvtlni; Injunction nml rlcnml
1 1 otlirrH, Itulivrl Ornm aiul
HrorRu Sluriiuiiu wrrn ncplrnicil lo
no i;i)a In JhII ;iml flunl :oO
erli.. Mm tin nml Ulniluck wrio
fliu'il r0 r.irli.
IMNCINNATf. Auk. 3?. Clurl.N
nml million I'uiplojTH nt (do CM
r.iK". MIlHiiukru K- B. I'mil ami
tlio III I'iijvo & HuulliHPMcrn ruIN
roailn Iiuyo affcclpil kpUIpiuqiiU mi
w.ikim mnl workltlrc couiIIIIoiih, union
licail'iuurli'm minoiiticeil toilny.
AGENT AVERTS WRECK
Sultih Tuincil In Tlnio to rn nit
ItumiuajK Hlrlklntr I'lisst'iiKfr
IIIINI), Au. 20. Tho xtptlnii
iiKont nt Ilctlmom) la.it nlKlit dllcli
i'il 10 runaway frclKht cam hy turn.
Iiir a nwltcli, thurohy oavliiK n pas-Ht-niicr
train pushIiik Inter. A rail
way iipuoilor today collided with ono
or Iho fare, uxplodlnu u tank. Four
Jupiiiiriio ncctlon men woro lutriicil,
roUTI.ANI, Auk. 2. Valllo.
Htumly, I logo 00c lower, prlmu Hi;lit
SIO.CO' to 111.00. lUtRH 2c hliihor.
buyliiK Pflcpii 20c. Blioop !itil.
Aftvr aliout iwolvo Iiouih of Miry
piCHHiiro tlm Uyclo
KtnrmaKrapIi n t
mucy hvKiin to rog.
lutur n full nlxiiit
noon today. llrlnK
wlndH ii ro nut to
Forocutit for noxt
21 heura: '
1'urtly cloudy, con
Tho Tycon roconl
Ins thormomotor rcsluturod muxl
mum ami minimum tumnorulurcu lo
duy uu follewu: ,
I D 3E
Njt '- kV
Miu Edith Huntington Sprcuklcs Wakcfiehl, said
to have offered ?100 a month for life lo Mrs. Rodney
Kendrick i fshc would allow Kendriek, San Francisco ar
tist, his freedom so that Mrs. Wakefield might i marry
ARTIST'S WIFE IN
DOUBLE - BARRELED
ATTACK ON ROMANCE
Mi. Xrliin liciiililtk AnUs 9::u.(miii '
It.iniiiirf From Wuiimii Who Miuli j
"Un lUii-Kulu" Willi lliislimiil
San jKKanoikco, auk. 211.
A ilquhle-barrclcil nltnck on the
''lovo harRaln" romanru of .Jim.
IMIlh lluutlncton .SprcckkH-Wak..-flcld
mnl Kodnry KcinlrliH, jiuws
paper aitlat, wiih mailo hy MrH.
Nflllo Kumlrlclc, In Milt:i filed lu
Oakland asl.lni: jao.OOti d.uniir.i'a
from Mm. Wnkvtltld nml nbsolut
ilhoric wiih .illmony from Kcmlrlclt.
Mrs. Wakoflild was tho firm wlfo
of John I). Sprcrklc, Jr.
In liur nulla Mrs. Kcmlrlcl; ujI
out (lit) ili'liills of iho $100 n mouth
In Iniluro hpr tu dUorro Kentlrlck.
Sim told of iho lonfonslon hy Jlrs.
W.ikcfpi mnl Kcmlrlcl: that they
lovnl p.jiIi other, which tm mid'
was mndo nt lliu tluio of tlio of.
Tlm orcuircnriM on which ho
haxpd htr complaint for dhoico ate i
nalil hy Mm. Kendrick to have oc.
ciirrml In Mrs. Wukcficlil'a uotn In
Snusullt'o. mnl on n romantic ramp
Ini: trip In tlio Sierra Noviidn mniiii
tiilnn. Tlieio occurrcnct'rt, Mra. Kcmlrlck
nllofied, ontltlo her to u illrorco
with alimony nml tho custody of
her llttlo (IniiKliter, nml to llio vnlun
of tho nfCt'ctlou mnl protection of
IContlrlck. which Bho chaiKca Mm. j
Wukoflohl took from her hy "arts,
ortlflccaiunil means." Tho v.riuo of
Kondrlek'H lovo hIio bIvcs nt 30,.,
000 In tho alienation suit.
In lior complaint mraln.st Mr.. '
Wakofloltl Mm. Kendrick staled:
"On Juno 22 tho ilofonityuit (Mr
Wukoflcld) provnllcd upon tho
plalntlff'H htishiind, Kodnoy Ken
drick, to filvo up hlu position lu
Oakland and tn'nhandou hlu homo
whornln ho had bcon HvliiK wlMi
plaintiff mid movo hlu offccla lo
Haiiaulllo lit tho homo of Iho ilofeud.
nut, mid Ihoroafior licciiuso.iit tin
Interest manifested lu htm by tl.(
defendant, ho council to bo Intor
o&luil In tho plaintiff.
lu tho Milt aKnluat Kendrick thu
"On July 1R, whon plaintiff ro-
tiiinod from Stockton to her homo
in Oakland, Bho disco voted that hor
hubbund hail nbamloncd their homo
lu Ouklmul and wan living nt tho
hpmo of Mm. Wukoflohl in Sausa-
220 Lost At Sea
SANTIAGO, Chili, Aujr.
28. Two hundred-twenty
persons were lost at sea
today when the Chilean
cteamshii), Itata, sank off
the Chileaji coast near
The uassemrer list num
bered 150 persons and the
crew numbered 72.
Tinti:i: siurs Aciioti.vi)
SKA'ITl.K. Auk. 29. Freighter
Wnbnsh mid the whalinip steamer,
Oray, Rroundcd lu a heavy fog lu
tlio straits of Juaii Do Fuc.i today.
Tho Bteamcr Nlkn, which ground
ed near Cnpo Fl.itlory yesterday l.i
ntlll ngrounil today.
NOW IF WE ARE ONLY ABLE TO SUPPORT THE THING
V-))J Tir x HB WOrlT HURT bu SOMEThiKQ
y; F "'-" "' ' vew BAD. SMALLBR ? V
gir HO05EHOLO PT You
IVtM.H, OKI.'ttO.V, .TUI'.KIMY, AV.UVHT lilt, Iikm
OF STATE SEPT. 9TH.
llunitnr, Klunlft, Muilc mnl I'nnido
lu I'm in rroxnim; Cub Hear
In Ilelnx Koiigbt
N.ilhn horn Caifornlanir, now res.
Iilmil.i of KlamnllJ county, plan oh-
Ni'rvmicn of thnlr ulaln'n birthday,
floptember 'J, with ;t bamiuot at tho
chamber of commrt'o niomn, u pro
r.rnm of tilunlit nml wiialc and prob
ably u parade. .
The flrnt romtnlltPo jnccllns, hold
l.int n Ik lit. developed oil I of tho In
KreilletilH of u Hiltteiufir'i parade, ex
cept a cub bear. fAnoiie ha vine n
cub bear for roil . or knowing of
miyono who has mich nn animal,
will confer a la1 Ins faror by In
formlni: J. J. Mil er nt the Sruth
eru I'.iclflc .Btatlon.
A trlitatlvi! Iltl of Callfornlanrt
wan prpparcd, showlnR nbout 30 ra-
tlves of that qUIti may bo ccun'.ed
onto tako part. '
It It bollnmlKhcro nro tv.-Ico or
Ibrij llmrrttlin'tmany. bwover.
who will bof ferreted out-botwocn
now mid Scplombcr 9.
All natives of Callfornli w'o tm
lako pari In tho observance of the
occasion nro nskrd lo net In touch
with tho relebratlon cotnmlltec, by
notifying F. It. Soule at tho I'crald
J J. Miller ts the KCcrnt thalr
nan of tho committee. Sub-corn-mltlco
wero choicn bit night to ar
rniiRo for Bpoakuri, inujlc.' .lecora
ilons, 'dinner, jiarodo and other fea
tures that will mark tho celebration.
BEND GETS NEW MILL
CiMrl(y of llroil.Sr.wlnn plant
To B Doublet!
IJENI). Anft, 29. ronst'tjctlon of
ii new mill wbtchVwrlll rciur. In ilouh
Hut: tho capa(ily'"it Its lont plant
will bo begun by thu llrooks-Scanlon
Lumber company as soai ni tlm de
tails can be wnrkud or.'. Jlulldlcz
plans worn under dlr.cimicn lu run
forencen lield hero retually partici
pated In hy President 1' F. Ilp.oks.
Vice I'ri'ildcnt M. J. Soanloiu '"!
Ocneral Manager 11. K. llroik.. Fol
lowing tlm local meeting 1). F. liroakB
returned to MluntrapolM and word
hai now been received Irom him di
recting tho starting of tin proj'it.
Tho new mill H to bo lotntid nt
high grouad on tho river nbout a
quarter of n mile up Mruim from tho
present mill. Until engineer have
como In to preparu final plans tl.o
exact details of tho new mill will not
ho nallable but, in general, r.cc-ril-Ing
to a etatcment made by Coneral
Manager II, K. llr,ool;s It will bo In
nil essential respects a duplicate of
tho present milt though larger. It Is
also possible that' three baud i.iws
E HELD OUT
Fill RESCUE OF
Rescue Party Making Head
Way Toward Miners in
JACKSON. Cul., Aiir. 29. Horo
for tho re.icuc of the men, now uald to
number 17, trapped vlncu mldaluh'
Sunday by a flro In tlio Argonaut
coal mine, was revived today hen
It was announced that crowi i1I;rIik
away tunnel obstructions Lctweos
tho Kennedy and Argonaut main
khaftH and wero making bctti.-r rrn
Kress than wan expected.
Ten men from tho Tnltod Stntcr
burenunbo rescuo crow have b.Tn
Kolng down In relays. I'lins far their
work conslMts largely of tnnklpi; ob
servations. This mornlriK they reach
ed tho 2700 foot lovel from which
tho crew wna driven Isst nlBht when
f.OO Kallons of water was rele-scd in
Tho tsmoko Is ver' Inlensa Pt the
2700 foot lovel and tho flro Is rnRln
fiercely below that point, and Is
Kradualjy creeping upward.
RIVERSIDE AVE. OPEN
Detour Via Canal ami Orlntlnlc Iload
Xo lAiiiRer' XeceMiry
Tllrcrsldc OYcnuo today was thrown
open to traffic and detour via the
rond along tho cartel, then by tho
McCormlck ranch to tho Orladale
road. Is no longer necessary.
Itlyertldn was closed yesterday,
but was thrown opon.-whcn tho street
comlttco of Iho city council urge
tlio Warren construction lo completo
j tho paving Into, tnsanor 1.i:AlivyUl
not obbtrucl tratflc. Tho closing of
tho street brought (n storm of pro.
testmauy declaring that driving
along tho canal at night was dan
gerous. Neither tho'clty or the par
Ing 'company cared to accept the r.
.possibility for accidents on the 'de
tour. will bo installed Instead of two. Uo
cldes tbn bands tho cqalpra.-nt will
consist of n re-saw, an edger npil a
trimmer. In addition, as at tho
present mill, there will bo a special
odger for ro-manufacturlng lumber
where, by so doing, tho griulo ran
bo raised. Tho" machinery will be
supplied by tho Diamond Iron works,
Whether tho new mill will be drlv-
on by steam or by electricity Is yet
to bo decided, hut In cither cas n
completo holler Installation will ho
GIVEN SIX YEARS
TO QUIT BUSINESS
Prohibition lender Hays It WH1
Tnko 1.1 Yenrn After Tlit tt
Make America Bone Dry
hy i:mYAni m. tiiikriiv
NKW YOIIK, auk. 29. Ilojr long
do prohibition leaders think it will
take lo mako America dry?
"Twcnty-flvo years," says William
W. H. A.VDKIt.SO.V
II. Anderson, stata superintendent of
the Anti-Saloon League.
Anderson, though a state leader,
is tho most militant prohibitionist la
tho country and ho admits tie bas
tho hardest Job In tho wettest state
In what hoabi "liquor's black belt"
New York, Rhode Island, Connecti
cut, New Jersey nnd Pennsrlr.nta.
In an Interview' with NE. Serrico
bo mado these nrcdlctloai;
il. - !, l!r A -r-
"Wlthln fire or l r"we
will have broken the political
backhrnb of booi and vheokW nil
serious efforts to chango tho dry
"Within nan, her fly.j i.- sis
years tho tijj(.i' will be 'ro
generally in Jill or In terri,- fh,t
tho Volstoti act will nut le brukcb
any more than other law are.
"After that It wltl take 15 years
for coir-rlote eduiulin of the peo
ple, especially tLnso nt foreign
birth or extract; )n respic'lng the
nature nnd effect :if nlcohcl Jo Ike
point whera prohlblllin will no
longer he eltlur an 'w r a pel
lem." """Anderson thinks prohibition real
ly will be here In 1I7. ?-rhaps
earlier but 1947 is his ioerva
"Mapa-ine straw toh don't both
er us." ho said. "Nor does th itrow.
lng agitation for beer and light wlnr
Thoro Isl't ono chance In 100 ot the
Volstead act being changed."
Qualifying, be added: Out It tc Is
changed mark you, it will only be
Consumption of alcohol has drop
ped to 10 or 20 per cent corirparod
with prc-prohlbltion days, Anderson
estimates. Tho number of drinkers,
ha thinks, has decreased almost as
"I haven't any Illusions abou
congressmen and legislators," he
said. "I know lots ot thoso who voto
dry aro wet personally. Thcy'ro hon
est If thoy voto occordlng to tho son
tlmeut of tholr constituents.
"Politicians and tho public general
ly will ovenually get It through their
heads that anarchy is tho only alter
native to enforcement and obser
vance." Tho Anti-Saloon leaguo will bo no
ccsaary, Andorsou says, through most
of nnd perhaps all of tho 25 years
necessary to make prohibition pro
hibit. "It will cost more, loo," he sad,
"borauso wq now have two jobs
where wo formerly had ono. These
nre: first, to hold tho law by uloctlnc
dry congressmen and stao legisla
tor; and second, to entorco tbu law
by organUIng tho public to got bei
hlndo tho. regularly constituted iocrj
enforcement authorities back up
good officials, jack up tho others,
"Wo aro pushing u tureo-fold plan:
First, community ourollmont for en
forcement through tho newly form
ed 'Allied CItUons ot, America, Inc.!
forcing overyouo to tako a deflnlto
stand cither for or against law and
order;' second, enacting an enforce
ment ordlnanco In every community;
third, applying tho 'Yonkers Plan'
wueio enforcement Is lax, by co
operating with officials 'If thoy wjll
onforce tho law, or focusing publicity
Draft of Propofcj jj.
Is Submitted: Ar fl&l
mhlm in M YatM ",'V
The form of Income bonds iHiW
proposed to give the city In exchange
for title to the portion of the O. C. It
B. railway known as the Klamath
Municipal railway,- upon completion
of tbe O. C. ft E. to Sprague .liTr
was preseated'to tbe city connell for
consideration last night ,t
It la proposed to dlTlde th total
Issue of (300,000 Into bonds ef 1,
000 each. la accordance wlb the
contract entered Into hitweaa, tbe
city and the O. C. ft E. on May 29.
1919, the face raise of the bonds will
become payable la 99 years and, the
Income will be determined according
to the folowlng clause ot tl con cen
tract: ' .
There shall be paid on account
of said Income bonds annually to
the holder thereof.' on Jaanary 10
or each year after dellrery to first
party In tho 'manner hereinafter
set forth, baaed upon computation
at of December 31 or the year pro
ceeding, such per centum of the
net Income of second party, after
deluctlna from the grose. Income,
operating eapenaee, malnteaMee.
Interest oa bonded IndebWaeee,
taxes, aado ther . obligations, 'a
shall result from dltldlnr 9M9,fM
by the ram arlttsi from tfca, addi
tion of tbe ram ot SSaO.OS (a the
tout capital stack of eeeoaa party.
Issued aad outstanding apaMHk
rate ot computation. "'
City officials are ceuldarfac Mw
whether It eon forms la alLreapeeta
to the contract.! ' ' '
A resolution was adopted dlreeUeg
construction of Sidewalks en 'Oraat
street betweea Bight and'Nlnth.'rire
property affected It owned by B. R.
Daaaer, Geo. D. Chamberlain, W F.
Arant and Alfred Btelnmetx.
A similar resolution was for East
street. Nelson, street and Johnson
arenue was considered but was U1U
over until It could be determined,
whether a sidewalk could b laid
to better advantage elsewhere: Thw
resolutions would affect property
owned by Lloyd Porter, Jobs Ran
dall, H. P. Dow, Cbas vTv.'ofito,
B. K. Lewis aad O. W.aHrksr.'
An ordinance was latrolu'eed aad
weat to the secoad readM-whitca
provides for paymsat ot iV,120.38
to If. W Loreas for cbnsVratloa
of the sixth sewer unit, InsMd' ot
as.asB.iD, tne original coatsacf
Campbell entered, a I vfcer-
oua verbal protest against
posed detour ovor tho Orladale
road while construction Is iador
way on South Riverside. II' de
clared the proposed detour wtV'an
outrage comparable only to tUMtiof
the Strahorn road. . .
Permits allowed were: J, T. Mc
Colium. to construct 6-room "house
at' Crescent and Canby, approxi
mate cost f3,C00; A. R, aienger,
to construct garsgo on lot 7i;'beek
44, Nichols addition; C. noBrjf.
to Improve shed, 124 Walnut
Tbe application of, Ben &JRW .to
operate a portable fruit stand, wajii
denied, and that ot Cbss ,)ff?r
to conduct boardlngaouso at 1021
Mala was allowed subject, 4 ap
proval ot the tiro chief.VfcW'f
CAPPER BACKS BONUS
Ksjuum Seswtar TeHe SjesMta famf'
WASHINQTON, Aug. tirA ,
nouuclng that support ot Ueaw4sW'
as nothing more than a Hre,4al
for tbe boys who did the tlghM,
......; ' w R
ff TO COOp
Senator Capper, of KaatM UM.tU . :
senatb todsy lbi rfM ''
profiteer. w. W,t'V.i
jatIlwl PW"Wwpw, sW J pH P,BPWsr' BP"I
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