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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1922)
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KLAMATH I'AI.LS, om:oo.v, HATCUDAV, HKI'TKMIlKIl . HUB
IMPLICATED IN SHOOTING
! STRIKE SITUATION
IS QUIET PENDING
ne TO IE
Afiillon I'llml lo Vrfrnff (lutriiK
HiMitV llilutn-tli'il II i'P-
plliH in Jew nil nnil Sroii I
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Mn. Ollic Blowers on TrUI
In Connection" With Death
Of Sheep Herder
Prrllmliitfry hearing for Mn ()! I
Hit lllnwnrx In connection with Dm
death nojr her rnailliiiiuo nenr
CroKCrnt last Filday nliilit of Tom
Montnta, Mexican sheep herder, was
started In Ihn Justice com t today.
Thn body n( Montoya with two
bullet holes In tli (i rtiritt uiul oila
near tho left ntr wu found near
tlm nlil Knott tunch after Mr. and
Mm. Lowry, auto tourists of Amity.
Oregon, reported tho shooting which
nceurrrd near their camp. II. K.
Meads, It, Thorckmurton nnil F, A.
MclMuleW wern notlflrd and callnd
Hherlff Low. Mm. Mowers was nr
inslnl mid brought to thin city
whern u rlinrgn of murder wax lodf
I'd iigulllxt Iht ly thn sheriff.
Ti alimony today largely oncrrii
ml lln footprint discovered on thn
limit loading lo the point whom
the lindy Man found Meads wax
railed iii wltnnxx nnil iMllflml to
finding thn hotly with ihn two hoep'
dogs stumllng on either shin I
At thn coroner's lliU't oxter-'
dny tli' vnrdlcl wax th.it Mouto)n I
hud hi nn killed hy M En ll In thn'
hands of an unknown person, j
Mrs. -Mowers U reptescnted b
W.P. M)er .an attorney of llrml.
It U exported tho hearing will end
BAD FIRE AT MIDLAND
VMI Aur of Jnl llurnnl Out On
Clilii I.HHK IUncIi
Klro htllcVril o hro ulnrtril from
tho Imrrfxlcr on tho Chin l.nnic
rnnrh In' Ihn Mlilland district Varfy
)nxti'riby had hurnnd nor r.00 arrn
of HtaudlUK grain atitoO'n todny nnd
nx Mill Hvrcadlim. Thif li'irvnutrV
uiik uUn' itpxtroyrtd In nddlllon" to
ntliiT nqtilpmnrtt, Tho fln htfd
hurund nvnr only 10 acre ynktcrday
hut all olforlx to chock It wrrn tin'
nv.illliiK nnd today ll rontlntind un
iihnlnd. Tho flrn Ix rouflnnd to Ihn
Chin I. mnt ranch.
PHYSICAL NEED SEEN
( dure hill I'nrM More Attention lo
Training In Hrhoola
BA1.KM, Ore., Bcpt. 9. Greater
attention to the physical education
In tho public ncuoola- of Oregon la
ured hy J. A. Churchill, aupcrln-
tnndent of public Instruction Intho
ntvlaod courso In physical education
which Ix now ready for distribution.
"Thn physical welfare of tho child
Is of tho first Importanco In his do
vtilopiunnt, not only for the body uml
thn IntvlllKcnco but as unaffoncy of
tho hlchi'st Imporlatiro In moral
training," declares C'h'urchlll.
REBELLION IN RUSSIA
KIkIiIIiiu Oiriirx ltrtwivn Ileliel
nnil Kict Km lions
LONDON, Sept. ! A rebellion bus
hroko out In Huuth ItUHnla, aicordlng
to a llelslngfors dispatch. Oiluima
Kovlnts huvo dcrl.irod Hou(li Itussla
uml Crimea Independent mid fighting
has occurred In many districts be
tween tho Itohels uml tho Hovlets.
Crows of wuinhlprt ut Hrbustopol ure
reporled In a stuto of mutiny,
JTho buroinotrlc prossitro continued
iu rise, iiiu b;t;iu-
five points out lho
mark of yesterday,
promise of being
another fine day.
forecast for next
The Tycos record
ing thurmomotcr roclitorod muxi
mum and minimum temperatures to
day m follow i : -
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water, N. J., that die was in the home of George Cline,,lr',inrln",n,,n,alnroa,,'a,,,,or'
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movie Director, the night that John Hergen, film dare-',,,,. coul) frnm a 20o nnt pIuhko
devil, Was ."hot to death. I ln, ""' Klnli rWft, and down th-j
Itlg TImmi I'niinl'iil for All 1'iintirr
Iteolili'iiU ill ll in- hlnln; Alfnlr
- Hlails ill 7 o'llork
.AllVrei, llrltiK on tho hoar mid
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That win tho word sent out thli
tuornltiK by Callfornlans who will
oU'errn thn hlrihday Iff thnli. sl.itn
with a Imi'iunt nt ihn rhtimhnr of
Tim ildfnri IH start at 7 o'clock
nn, I from nil Indications Ihosn who
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ure l.lin will nnvr lo r.u nnu inn
chef or etsn accept surh ('.illforuh
tidbits nx Ihn morn fortunate ono
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may deign to tots them from Ihn.
Rpnaklng short nnd snappy
stunts, muxlc nnd other feature
will ellven thn evening. California
fruit will bo plentiful.
(lolden nuggets have been Im
ported. These, liowcnor. are for
dororatlro purposes only and- may
not bo carried nway by the guests.
EX-KAISER TO MARRY
Intruded llildn Ix Prince llrr
Bitne. ill Vine Old Widow
LONDON, Sept. 9.- The former
kaiser's Intended lirliln In lho Prin
cess llermliio of Iteuss, 34 )o.ir old
widow, iirciirdlng to a repoit iitoted
by tho D.illy Mall's Merlin rorrespon
dent, Thn ongUKniui'iit, ho iidds, w not
lie announced until after tho anniver
sary of tho Into kiilserln's death, on
Princess llormliie of Iteuss Is tho
widow of I'rlnco Jean of Kihoualrh
Ciirolath, who died In April, . 1020.
Hho was horn December 17, URi,
and Is tho mother of flo children,
tho eldest of whom Is 1 1, Hho OwnH
a liirgii vsluto ut Ba.irbor, Bllesla.
BIBLE HELD LIBELOUS
MetlMidUt Minister IH'iIuivn (IimmI
Hook, Not liuplriHl Document
AUROIIA, Nob., Sept. 9. J. I). M.
Ilrucknrr, In a statement accompany
ing his voluntary r.oslgnutlnu as min
ister of tho Methodist church horo, a
post bo liuu held for otovon years, do
ilured "thoio are stnndpiittoiH and
piogrobslvvH In religion an well na in
"I'in'nti occloslaatlcnl progrosaUo;
I havo no fnlth Iu tha'uld Unto reli
gion," llrucknor doclnrod.
Tho ulatomont nlso doclared Its
author does not ncknovvledgo the
lllhlo of an Inspired document
throughout und regards muih of It
as u llbol on "lho Clod" ho worahlpn.
WANTED TO BE SHOT
TimniiN I'oIIik ISrfiiM' li Compl)
With it-'iiii-l of Airotnl Jinn
TACOMA, Hept. . A man Kiting
thn nnmo of W. II Hnmlnr asked tho
pollen to nbont hi In after he was'
captured today follow In c u tcrrlfc
struggle with two offlccm. '
"I wish )nuM shool mo now. 1
kno what this l for,' police quoto'
line man as saying.
j Knmlrr was arrested asleop In nn
Jbat field a tho tdgn of tho city, and
Jpolho k'now of no chargo against
htm. Ho h lining detained In Jail
while an InycttlRnilon ,l conjlucted
lo dlsruiur the mVan'riig of his ro
mark. COSGRAVE HEADS DAIL
MlllUtl'l' Of I.IMM1 (.Ill'l1lllll'lll Sue-
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tcoiU Mlili.ul Collin,
DUIILIN, Sept 9 William T.
Cosgran. minister of local govern
ment was elected president of the
Unit Klremann b the new parliament
nt Its Inaugural si-nlon today, suc
ceeding Mlcbui'l Collins. Lawrence
(llnncll was forcibly removed from
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inaiinm nmi niiirnmi iif.id to
lien for futthnr i iilliilltiiiini'iil on
i nti Urn Munition today, i'i.illni:
. M-lopmt ntx Mntulny, i
I Thn titotloti to viiCMtn Ihn covcrn
I ini'lit'M 'Injunction ux It uptilli'N tn
! Ilnrt Jnnoll unit JolniiHcolt wax fllml
In tho t'iilto, Ktntfx dlclrlct court
Thn Rowrnmnnt nt Wanlilnpton
todny inoird for n ilUrilrxil of thn
petition for tin Injunction hroticht hy
tho lntcrnatlon.il hrptlmrhood of
I'hiclrliul workcra, tncklnx to prnrnnt
rnforrctiiriit ff thn rvxtralnliiK ordnr
of .Iinlr.'i Wlllmmon. , Tim pntltlon
ronlnnilx lh.it thn auprnain .oi.rt of j
inn uixirici hi i,iiiiiuiiv i nun in. Hum
orlt) to reWt'W or modify thn ordnr.
HAVE NARROW ESCAPE
Trrn Hnv tri1fort AiiIoUIm .from
-'Ml.foot rlttURi- Inln ItUrr'
Mi:i)KOItl), Hnpt. 9, V. II. Hur
I mini nnd wlfn, plonner rnldnnlx of
' thlx county, narrowly nxrapwl dentil
J Ihlx woi'k. In mi auto nccldnnt on thn
sum ui a riiiiuuiain. i nr vr imn
badly diimnced, hut Ihn ncid louplo
onrni'i'il without serious Injury.
Itanium and wlfn cro drtvlne
homo from u trip to Klamath county
nnd whllu tra cling oxer thn rnuun
tain, nticouiitornd a car. Just buforn
'n ,,rt ml lho narrow road,
Thny met another cur, nnd In turnlnr.
out struck n bump, '-which rained
their car lo skid In te roft dirt, and
pluncn onr thn embiinVment. Thn
car with thn occupinti. turned in cjr
'''or" "IrlUlnir tho itw, which
iiarnum sa tavoi ineui irom ueain.
Other caru wero near and rescued tho
Medford people from their precari
A force of men from.n nearby saw.
mill iulle.l their car avu nnd they
r'upied Inline, nnd highly grateful
at their mlraculoux escape.
CONSTITUTION IIAV TH '
UK OltKKItVKD IIV l. A.
Constitution Day, Sunday, Septem
ber 17, will bo observed hero with
appropriate ceremonies under tho
auspices of tho I). A. It., nnd may also
be obxerved In tho schools tho pre
ceding Friday, according to Capt. O.
C. Applegatc. A' meeting of the
P. A. 11. will bo held early In tho
week when definite plana will bo
BUSY MAN'S NEWSPAPER
itwiuu-'Turks Drive Greel: Airmen
From City; Civilians
And Soldiers Flee
ATIICNK, Hnpt. 5. .Snirna Ix l.p-j
Iiir hnnihanlr-d hy Turhx nnd nine
(Irei'l: ulrmnn loft thn city under
hnavy nrtlllnry flrn, A filth plann
Thn city x drills rvacuatcd ntnldxt
a xrenn of urnat dlxordrr nnd panic.
Crock enlillerx arn cpntendlnK with
rlvlllnnx for pl.icnx on outKoltiK iblpa.
riio (in ft: (Icct li'ft yoiterduy.
am w vnuUv occupy
riinyrim today. Allied and American
detachments sro protecting tho for
NEVADA RACE CLOSE
Clmmllrr l.r;iriln(; Arentz for Ken
a I or 11) ITU Voles
lin.NO. Nov.. fiept. 9. Tho repub
lican nomination for Tolled States
senator Is thn only result now In
doubt fn thn Nevada primaries hold
Tuesday. Tabulation today showed
that Charles 8. Chandler of Kly was
leading Congressman Samuel 8.
Arentz by 178 votes, with only a
few- unimportant precincts In Isolated
Mrtlons to he heard from.
On the ilvmorallc ticket James 0.
Scrughnm of Itouo was ngmlnateii
for governor and Charles H. Hlchards
of Itcno for congrtss.'
On thn republican ticket John N.
Miller of llawthorno was nominated
l for gowrnor'and A. (irant Miller of
Hcnu for congress; K. W. Urlfflth
of l.ns Vegas for lieutenant governor.
The official counUmay atfnot, the
retail In the repiilllran nosalaatlon
for l'n I ted States senator as tho vote
from hundreds of distant precincts
was sent In by telephone nnd cour
Jen, making errors probable.
DIVINE HEALING UP
Question Itroughl llrforo
' 'tloa of ;KpUcQpaJ"ani
POHTLAND, Sept. 9. Tho matter
of divine healing was brought boforo
tho convention of KpUcopatlans here
today by tho Iter. J.'WMUur Orcsham
of San Francisco, who presented a
resolution on behalf of the synod of
tho Pacific which was referred to
tho committee without debate.
Tho outlined program for tho next
three-) cars calls for the expenditure
Tom Hules Is reported to have ac
cepted the responsibility for the am
bush that killed Michael Collins. He
Is now reported ready to lay down
his urms and Join the Free State
PRESIDENT TO BE
INITIATED INTO 33D
DEGREE OF MASONRY
IIOHi Annual Mertlnjj of Huprewe
Cnunril Nrpf. 18 to bn Marked
Allnadjuirn of Not a Mr
CLKVKLAND. O.. Sept. 9.
President Harding will be admitted
to membership In the 33d degree.
Scottish nite of Free Masonry, at
the 110th annual meeting of the
supreme council for the northers
Jurisdiction of the United States, to
be held In Cleveland September 11,
It has been announced. '
The president will be one of many
notables who will gather here -for
the meeting. 'state governors, -sena
conaressmen. atateamea raasl'TTsIsV Ai trtJ-VUi i.' mAtfi! It
men 'of affairs of several 'foreiga
it affairs of several 'fen
countries having signified their ta
lentjan of Unrtiag. Istr JaliWiffLVrHajaiaV tsv' ijSf j'Hliaa aajt
Gibson, former premier of Caaada
and Thomas R. Marshall, former
vice-president of the Valted States,
ha written that they expect to bo
here for the- council meeting.
President Harding Is expected to
arrlvo hero September 19. Pc,talls
of his visit have not been, com-
pleted. Ho Is tho candidate of he
Columbus valley of the supremo I
Tho first meeting of tho officers
will Ixi held 'Saturday. September
16. Sunday tho council will nttcnl
church In a body. Monday will be
devoted to committee meetings. Tho
supreme council will go Into aeaaton
Tuesday and will continue until
Plana for tb0 building of a new
Scottish Rites temple at New York
to take the place of the one In Bos
ton and for.tbe awarding of scholar
ships to young men and women of
exceptional ability, Irrespective of
their Masonic affiliations, for which
a fund of 13,000,000 has been cre
ated, will be discussed.
Among other prominent men who
will be candidates for the highest
Masonic degree are Governor Alex
J. Groeabeck of Michigan, former
Governor C. S. Dlneen of Illinois
and Denson vV. Hough, justice of the(
Ohio supremo court. More than ISO
candidates for the degree will be
honored at tho meeting.
SEEK HIGHWAY ROUTE
Bridge May I.luk Rlrer at I'pper
End of Conger Avenue
V A preliminary meeting was held
this afternoon by the county court
and a committee appointed by tho.
I chamber of commerce, composed of
W. O, Smith and Ma) or W, S. Wiley,
to uetermino mo course io uu pur
sued in connecting Congor avonuo
with tho proposed west ldu highway.
One proposal Is to declaro au Im
provement district In tho Conger
uveuuo vicinity to rulso- funds for
building "un approach to a bridge
spanning Link river. The bridge
would bo built at tho upper end of
tho Island at a uarrow pojnt, tn tho
river, Tho Culjfornla Oregon Pow
or company has ugroed to furnish
right of way and to complote tho
road bordorlug' Link river without
cost tq the, counly or city,
Should tho committee and tha
county court reach an agrcomont It
wll bo up to the property owners af
fected to decide on the question of as
Industry Will F.neAKiid
With Settlement rf
WIASIIINOTON, Sept. 9. Prdlc
lions of prosperity to etno hate been
taking much spaco In the tfuMte press
for the last year. Orlnluns of, fsMjH
men supposedly quaJUfed to aaak
with authority hav beet aeaght aad,
eagerly published. Bat here la net
a prediction baaed e Iwjie.or.'.'gea-
eral conditions" bat oo aatUtteaf
Some New York bonks to0ktj'
trouble to gather up the' facta 'air ;'
preaeat them as real rrMa. '
cording to these fltarea. baakeleaf-15'
logs la 113 cltlea aw IS1.? r'eat
higher than a year aga; raaaettial
employment la 'Yerk"1 ataMU
per centand throagtwat Ike coaatry
IS per cent: alg lra araaiuetlM lilt
per cent; sine arodaeUaa. 14 fiat
ceat; copper prodactlaa IS ir eeat;
automobile 6 per ceat; awgar mek-
laga 78 per ceat; electric aawer aro
du2tloa 21 per eeats balMlag eaa
tracts 1 per ceat, etc.
These flgares ara te trae Index of ,
what has happened and a firm faua;
datlon on vtklch to balls) a fremer
doaa prosperity (or the Im mesylate
future. , , 4 J
From these facta the banks draw
the obvloua coaetaeloMlkat jrial
liroMfrliy U Kkeraaa jbat :yaUaaf
the MUlemeat tf, fs( (toJiihal
i1 ill s " i 'fri ir ss
coadilleBa to be vaijOe'Aa Hsv.sV- "
rtceVTar ."ef tFalvatlafiNBa M
naiilt: ''WhWlril aitiVai'.''
at'ttKTtofeea 'k? WiVgiaalHl la 'lUk
tic eesnoale poattlua ptaaaaailaaa '
lagf contraita w(tk laV prtfraWag, -one
year ago. wka America .baalriff, .
nea,wae,aj.the owel,)J aMay,. , ,(
ara-. -. an i,iv,t,iuj r '-Iii' H.
tracts la to ga,a,tkt,wa:(lillpfit$t;i) t
Hon atjbiJaearerjrJ.sretieiJi. iw
substantial and,th,at, when srlkea.apa'i 'n i
settled, thVrevlwl will loglcalljr oa-. , ,
tlnuo many months before reaching
mo crrsi or a new prosperoaa era.-
CHURCH PLANS WORK
The First ChrlstUa
tbla city la uadertaklag aa tatanalrtf
program for tha next faw weaka,).
Two, big objectlvea ar atara Ika,
membera of tha chnrcbv tke first Ja, l(
tha" tithing campalga, wblek, coa
alsta of morning aamoa'a' 'during
the month "of Septbaeel.llse'j '
"Tlt'ka aad fti rsUa'ti tbeWft
tlan life '
To'eulmlaata ihla faaf
worki' wlllba thawyj
invaaa daSaptaaaliaixr Cxi
Member canvaaa i
F. Swander, the atata auperlnteudeat
of the Christian charehw, will oc
cupy the pulpit that star. will v
apeak In the interests of tha local
and state work, ,. i
Tho second event will be the reviv
al to be held the tint part ot Octo
ber. The Rev. Johnson, pestor'of the
Prlnevllle Christian church wlll.be
lho evangelist, with tha Mar. A. B.
Rrlstow, minister of tha leeal church, .
aa the singing evangelist, The Rev.
Johnson cornea very highly 'recom
mended both aa a man aad aa evan
Beginning noxt.. Suaday avanlng,
September 10, tke miaJaier af the)V
Chrlstlau' church will begin a series
ot sermons on 'ThelWWe". The
sermon -Sunday evening will b "Tke'
Dlblo. tho greatest . book tatke
world," The Sunday araatoc oi
lowing there will ba aaatkanWwea,
dealing with the same bjcj(. Thta.
however, will be a chart tu '
mrs. hardTng irrTW;
" 'fa V.-f' 7'- 0 , ,
WlOto Houso PaalMM 'llsrtir'aa
Have Had aoaai WtfM ''' ,
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Tho coadHloB of MnWafaXag.'wIto
la critically III at Mm'wMU kauaaf c
waa resorted today. to oa-"'aa
can. bo aspoeta4 .t.tktte
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