Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1922)
11 lv "J ttAJf.
. . -.
, ' 4.
imv'"" -, tiiLiftArrTrtTin
... : i 'iii.':"i-' -
, TOXKJIIT AND NTHHAV faiii,
; v- i .,-- !. i 5l
Member of the Associated Press
lifleetilli Wur. No. IIIJI'J
KMMATII FAM.H, OltlWO.N, MO.NIUV, HUTCMIIIIH II, I Dili!
i3o,ooo,ooo or l
Transaction Believed Fore,
runner of Heavy Move i
ment in Klamath Co. i
Transfer of Umber lands valued ill
30,ono,non from ihn 'l.ong-IMI
White I'lnn cV. lo tint Loiin-llell
Lumber rofntniy wiih Indicated In n
deed (licit wiih Hip county clerk here
this morning. Tim deed bore revenue
stamps In amount nf ft.soo,
Th 111110111011110) n( Die trnnaarilnn
was not learned, dun lo Ihn abaenro
nf officials of ellbpr concern. In
hump quarters, however, It wan be
lieved tlmt twr tranafcr waa Dm tore
runner of u heavy movement In tim
ber lamia In this county.
Tim deed cover nil property of
the Lnnit-llrll company! In Klamath
nitil Lake ruuittlrir. Ihn basic ulue
of which llo In tnn M,4tl ncrea
of timber land transferred. Thr ur-
rumpanyliiR Inut ilenl, mcurMt by
,130.000,000 worth of told bonda.t
rovrra 221 printed P'iRra, brlff alio
The Inatritiiipnla nrtp alKiird by
It. A. Long, I'lmlrinan of I lip Lunx-'
Hell IioiinP of illri-dora.'iit Kiituaa '
The truiiaucllon muy mean Hill
or much. On thn fare of It, It up-j
prara lo lie hip itauairr from a
holdliiK rurporatlun to tho operatlnc
concent and If o would forrahadnw
u inoviuni'nt to set Hip Urge private
linlitlnsa of tlmlwr In Klatn.ilh uml
Lake lountlea Iti.ahapp for thn be.
flonlni nf inannfarturlnis opera
tion. .PREPARE FOR RACES
,Ui nf Katrira, UirKn for Jarkaoa
J, ' Cottfttr VUr
I l,tn'l l t" , 'ail
Mi:i)K()lti, Hi'Pl. M.-T-lljfcll uin;.'
rblnra urn helliK tuned UP. ill" track
I ,t " ' fi'l tfl j'
Ih deVelnpllIK crelitrr axPil pttaalblir-
Uph dully end'acrtjrdlni: (opMpv'
Hall, In charco nf'lnn JirViton cnliniy
fair autninuilve racl'N, Hip uulomnhllc
proerum will i.liow oninn rerord
hrcnkliiK iinnllillutlnn of tlmn,
Thn fair alariH UVdnnJilay nud
lulls IhrnuRhniit tho week.
Ilonklnc In h automnblln coinpo-'
llllon Is virtually rumplein and en
try hnnks will rlnap Ihla evrnlnr; ar
firdlnn In Hall. '
A list nf entries fnr tho four daya'
program Includes tho following
. Harrison l)ro Aahlaud. Ford
apcclal: Homer Klwood, Ktaoi; HIM
ion .Motors, Arti: A. W. Walker,
Cadillac: Crater lnkn Auiomottvii
Co., Cudlllue; T. ;E, (loodlo. Ford,
Three, other entrants nro expected
Including Moso Murhcad, Mercer!
Chns, l.orkwood, Kurd speclul; Ford
(laraso, (lranta I'uas, Ford apodal.
Thorn will bo motorcycle polo, and
nintorcyvlo races each day In nddlilnu
tu thn utitnmnbllo races. The auto
mobile ruclnn pros ram for tho four
days follows s
Wednesday Ford htijc raio, ten
laps, purse 2.'.0. F.ntry ft-u added.
, Thursdu) Freo for all ruco, twen
ty laps, one-half entries to run and
winners In m tor final rnco Hiiturduy.
L-hI.Iiiw L-.vil kill, nip.i I. ill lilliu.
purne f 3f0, entry fee. added.
Free for all rare, twenty laps, one
half entries In run nud winner In
enter final ruco Huturduy. .
Huturdiiy--Fluiil (mo fur ul nun.
forty laps, IIQ00, entry fen udded
Tho barometric procure, us ro
corded by thu cy
mscy, is NtuylUH
Wll in the sottled
fair weather none,
although u drop of
several points has
taken nlace since
li .eight o'clock thin.
Forecast for noxt
Tali nml wnrm
with brisk wlndi tiltht.
, The Tyco riCordiWk thermouiuter
roulstcred maxlniutu and minimum
tomporftturea today, ua follewn:
'Wi r rB
aT I J.
aa ii Taa
I HI: M'
Cay mf t its
m Zt -1st
Munm?1 ' 'jtmmmmaf J
You've bean tell of thM No
lirakh. twlttcra, hvtn't you? If
you hnvtn't cn one hr'a a soo4
libotocrapli nf cno mado from a cy
ilotio ulUr near Llnioln, Neb,
IS SWAMPED WITH
ItiMini Iteaenibllk I'uhii Hllop n He
ivmiII of .tirvsl of .Mini Nil.
p-l'tl of Muny TIipII
A corner of the police alutlcn this
afternoon resembled a seitlnu of a
thriving puiiahop, the result of the
arreal of Juan Valencia, MexTfan. and
recovery liy tho pollre of loot said In
Lave Ihnm stolen by tho Mttxlcan. An
overcoat, ahlrtn, sweutors and oilier
wearing apparel, n tlulln anil ewn.
rr wprc nuiuiik articles alleged la
"bavij hen taken by Valeucln front a
hnusv jn tho rear of thu Arcade hotel
1ui,'Frldjy.. night. Chrl Dianas;
hotelL if nprinto r, Idutitlfleil the stuff
nji his propurty. ' '
Air-Artrldr belt, said to harp bevri'
li.olou from Kirtnk Hdvtnn'i wondahed
pl Crifnnt nvenile, wa"s reTiivered.
Chief, vriirtiT;APim'J IMUolsulB
Hrniilenliuri: hnn been working on
the run sliHn Knturdnyt Valencln'sf.
attempt lo pawn tho lnlln ut n
second-hand store led to his arrest.
Ho took tho officers nut Kaplanndo
townril the canal and thern In a
ditch nn tho railroad right of way
they found tho cache containing the
rest nf tho goods. s
ALL CALIFORNIANS .
Nn Hut Could Hinff On-jron Hot g nt
Hear Hfato IUniuri
Thosn who nttended tho Califor
nia Day banquet In the chamber of
commerce rooms Raturriay' evMlng
were CalflorulniiN 100 per rent
strong, it wus shown when thny
wcro caltid uponln sing "Orflgon,
My Oregon." No ono knot? tho
song, and some present Indicated
thai they had never oven heard of
About 7.1 utteiuled Ihn hannnel
which wus marked by speeches,
music nnd stunt. J. J, Milter us
Klamath and Mrs. S. 8. Decker na
California furnlshnil'iimusnment with
u mock wedding, Hubert Nixon of
Yreka, Mayor W. K. Wiley. Ceo. J.
Wultou, Dr, K, D, Johnson uml II, li.
Mortenson were spoukers, F. li.
California fruit, Krape Juice, ind
mlnerul wutor were served In aliimd
unci) uml Cullfornlu popples worn
used for decoiutlve purpoio.s. Picks,
und tihovols, Indicative nf the days
of M9, weiu Kroiipod In cnriiom.
Thu Ilorol nrchcstrn performed with
great credit und tho Misses Walton
nnd Mlm Augusta I'arker fiirnlslud
un enjoyable part of the musical
Aulolsts arrested by dip traffic
cops McLoughlln uml Ilranilcnliurg
and fined In thn pollco court wvre:
L, F. OoortHon, $20, for clianglng
llcenso plates from touring car to
truck; J. "o. Whitney, 110 npeod
ItiK pant Contral nchool; Bid Kvuns,
G, purkln,. within 30 tea of cor
ner; noli Kndi'os, lib, iipeudlug past
1,500 Acres nf Grain Dcs-
troyeel; Flooding to Be
Over I, Boo iirrrn of rraln linvi
lioiin biirnril nvi-r by Hin fire which
tarloil nn tlm Chin Lime rnnch nenr
I Mlillaml Krlilny, Tlio flro v,a mulpr
coiitrnl Into yimlirilny hut n brink
wlitil Imluy fiinnnl tho flu men to rr
ni-wcil vlsnr and raiinpil tlipin lo
uprriut to iidjolnlim, land",
Twenty flrc-flKhtcrx han Ih-ph on
I lip Job tontlmiouV. Thn flrn hut
oiiIpii two fpp Into tho arniind, how.
1 pver, tniikliiR their pffortu of lltiln
Tnn. i up iiipii wrrn Rniuin nil px-
' haiutPAiit noon lb,l and It w.. I.p.
Ili'VPd flnedlnf: would ln rpaorled to.
finrti un.,i,i i. , i
MRS. MESSNER PASSES
Vm Itr.ldinl of Klnmnlli Count)
Kor TlilMy Vriirs
Mia W C. ile-annr. urpiI b9,'"I, flwi trip Iwrk
for 3" "' r'J"" ' " coiin.
ty. p.,.t, away M l.r hnn.e. liool
Portland uvt-nue. at :,5 Sunday " Ml V" """" f ' . ' '
uf.ernnon. Ht-.il. wa, to heart , "'.f , " ' '" '" '"",rU
rouhlP. 81, urvlved br the'""" '"" '""'"C-
huabund, three anna and two (laugh-1
tera: Harry Meaner. e.nplojed by, ".NHTITITII.X fl.IV l'liNS
the Algoina I.uuiImt iiimpany: Cluia.t TO Hi: LAID TDVK.HT
M. Mraauer. Fuller. Cillf.; Arthur
Mesunrr. Klamath Falla; Mrs. Win.! I'lans for thu celobratlon of t'on-
Wordeti, 1'urllund; und a daughter. 'tH'it'ou day will, lie laid tonight
who resides ul Oakland, Calif. An-i "hen tho Daughters of the Anier
iiounccment nt funeral services! Icon llevnlutlon uml the O. A, It.
u'wults th arrival of Mrs. Warden .
und Charles .Meiauer.
STRIKE: irADFRQ MFFTi''cr U, l'llUe,,. t'VW" .rf.lebrli
SIRIIWI.- LbAUbfO MEET,he HlKinK'ot tno document '-hlch
AnnoanccmfMt of IksMou u Come
At Cloao nf Helon
' CIIICAtlO Sept. 11. -Leaders of
(he striking railway shnn crafts
'were In session today In what was
.heralded as n peace meeting. II. M.
'Jewell j hoad of tlm Foderateil Shop-
men said two eotlr-s oratilo'n wlinid
nn considered and that aunounce
merit nf tho declaim would come at
tho closo of tho meeting, tho gen-
eral Mlcy committee of 90 will
probably meet tomorrow. ,
flco. M. Howell nf Malln died In
a local hospital at 1:30 this morn
ins. WJELL, HERE
tjj,Jw- & s v" saw''v.' - .
wmmm&i T iiiir i MMfM,.4r fZ y- r-rW-TiiWV-1 i r
TO BE GIVEN FREE
DURING THIS WEEK
Itru'hlli'li Mr I Iwiliilfe.l c Door
To liival.l Office II. II, U.-l,r
To' ll 'li'H'liuiKii .
Tho wlioti. world' III llilerefiteil In'
1 r.nllo, mid tho iliivplopmeni of tho
'M'leiiio nf.nidlo riilnmtlllluilliifi la Ihn
I Hunt liilenmtlni: "loiilluiieil Ktory"
I'.'irrii'd In tho iiuWapapera today.
'I he lleinld refvnlly iomile(iMl
(inn of thn fluent nerlulN on Hie maxt !
ami off ond on hna been experiment-In-;
with radio to"pvlni;
Kor (In1 prcFUit wVok n m-rles of
free toniprta hna' bppn arrnnned,
HtonliiK Ihla pvcnlnc. Tl.o concerla
lire freo to HVPiyono, The recelvlni;
net I ii Mn I led next door to the Ilr
a Id offcn (in Klghth' atreot. Tho
linurn nro Jrom 7 to 9. ,
II, IJ. KM4lr. thP tlpftrlclnn In
chnro of thp llnrjf tnillillns pp"trlcal
Inntjillatlon, li rondnctfnR the radio
(dpnionatrndotn. 'Kiitalor la a natlro
i . i,. . .,
" "f Klsraaili fAlU. III. Mthe
"a- I'lontfi". drnlt. Ill -.rami-
fathpr Mflrti'd tho flnt jewelry utoro
'In I.lnkvllle. ,
I Keinler'a father built the linuic on
I I'lne strpet, now occuplpil by Frank
Ward, mill hin son wa born there.
Ilia fiimlly mined from here when he
w.i a two years old, and Ihla Is Kea-
A" " ",Il!1c,r,c,1nl" '", '" yvr' ,,,,ICl!
""" '" "Jlo development, and
i ......i.... i .. . .
mest In Joint session fu tho cham
ber of commerce rooms at s o'clock
It Is the aim of coiumunlilus nil
Mia stood ,thn wear and tear of
the government slnrn Hoptemlur 174
17S9. Tho schools will vpay tribute
to thn event on Friday with fitting
exerclsev nnd where It is nnt possi
ble to" furnish them with an out
sldn speaker thu tencherx will In
struct the puplU tu the hlstnry of
MUS. CLAIItr. JV.WHOK :.
Mrs. Claire Ivanhoe. wife of L. F.
,nhw.f ofrlco ,,. for ,;
Bpru8,l0 Ucr ,umlirr com,ian).( 4M
In a hospital here nt 11:20 yester
day afternoon. She Is survived by
three children, nged to, four and
six. Funeral announcement awaits
urrlval of her parents, Mr. nnd Mm.
Robert II. (loodwln.
WE; ARE AT THE THREE
Confusion Reigns in Senate;
Speaker Forced to Quit
For Quorum Lack
WASHINGTON'. Kopt. II. tin
peachtneni nf Attorney General
Daugherty wns attempted In thn
houift today by Itepresentatlve Kel
ler, MlnncKota, Independent Repub
lican, whn, rising to tho question
of highest prlvllego declared "I lm-1
poach Harry M. Daugherty" there
wm sa much confusion that tbe rest
of his opening aentenco was not
heard and hn was forced to stop
on thn point of order of no quorumJ
Abolition of the labor board and
thu setting up In Its place, of "a
disinterested tribunal" .for the set
tlement of railroad disputes, was
proposed In u bill Introduced today
by Kcpreaentatlto Hoch, Republi
can, Kansas, n member of the com
mittee which framed the transpor
tation net, creating the board.
CHICAOQ, Sept. II. Arguments
on the government' motion to make
permanent tbo temporary Injunction
agalnrt tbo rail strikers opened to
day before; Federal Judge Wllker
Mm. The constitutional rights nf
individuals would not be violated
by making the restraining order
permanent. Attorney titneral Daugh
erty. 'asserted prior to the fourt
WILL SUVEY ROUTES
County to IMrrmbie Itelatlve lluats
Of Went Hhle KoimI Ansrli
"A survey.wlll-lwmade-by -the"UB-ty
to determine the relatlv e'eott' 6t
hultdlng this end of' the west aide
highway ajong the. west side of tbo
river, or up Conger avenue and across
Link river, It was agreed at a meet-,
lag- Saturday afternoon of the county
court and Mayor W. S, Wiley nnd V.
BIG TROUT IS TAKEN
C.ilrli MimIc Ily Albert Mourlnuil lie.
Ileel IirRMt of Season
What Is bcllnved to tho largest
rainbow trout caught in Klamath's
waters this season was taken Friday
afternoon nt llocky Point by Albert
Moorland. It weighed 10H, ponnds
nnd measured 34 Inches' In length.
The catch was mado near tho mouth
of Crystal creek.
- QUARTER POST
Arrest and toUreaMiit et ktw
Ved of Olsitr Saaa retaera fot
loWeS the. murder ec .Wltku J.
' ,Tw4n, member of the BrMMi Par
aaient. Twaou waa bora w Tern
a O. P. PRINCIPLES
TO TAKE PLACE OF
Committer Appointed to Itcsort Oh
HtHte Imups At l'ortUnl
KCOKNK. Ore. 8ept. 11. Ap
pointment of a committee of legisla
tive candidates and prominent repub
lican party officials of the stale wbo
will draw up a "declaration of prin
ciples" that will tako the place of a
political platform, was the outstasd-
Ing feature of the party gatherlaic
hure called by Walter Tooio, Jr.,
chairman of the state legislative cap
dldatca, bold-over senator! andvstat'e
committeemen. The.cpmmlttee of J5
will ec( at Portland, gtitettber
and tjubmlt a report oa various slat
leaves not contained on the ballot at
the1 November elecuea. .
a DrlagMhe siailoti.v .t. & fetal.
defeated In the; prlaarfes forgoreW
nor. all pledged tbclrsupport to Gov
ernor .Olcott. the successful nominee
on' the republican ticket,, Theri
ernor thanked bin recent opponents. ,
Town ApprrigMeH Spirit KbAvm Ily
KUmaih Fulls Cnravaa
"You've no Idea how- the Klamath
Falls caravan visit to Merrill Im
pressed that community." declared
George J. Walton. Merrill banker,
who Is a visitor here today.
Merrill folk appreciated the spirit
of co-operation that prompted the
visit, said Walton, and frlcndllnen
tdward Klamath Falls was fostered
many fold. " ' '
"You can't portray the good ac
complished too strongly, nor express
our, appreciation too highly," he sald.'l
H. S. TEACHERS NAMED
Itobcrt Gorts to B Principal For
The personnel of tbo high school
teaching staff has been arranged
for and contracts signed by the fol
lowing teachers, wbo will be here
to begin their Work on September
18: Hobert Ooeti, principal; J. O.
ftces, science; Ilalnh Nash, manual
training who Is succeeding K. O.
Ileauchanip- Mr, ftacheal Solomon,
l',atln; Miss Elizabeth Keyes, math
matlcs; Miss- Wanda Drown, Miss
Alice Thurson, Miss Dona Mack,
Murlal nillott. Long Deacb. Harold
Wines, Miss Margaret Huntoon and
MUs Olive WlUon.
Fprt Klamath W. A. Cox; Wor-
i den Margaret Cruuk; Merrill
Leila Clutter, Fred Potoraon, and
another whoso name wus not learn
Otto Doye, arrested recently in con
nection with moonshine operation
oour Dly, will bo given a preliminary
hearing before U. 8. Commissioner
Uert C, .Thomas at 2 o'clock tomor
Miw, HAitniN'G lMrnoyixci
WASHIOTON, Sept. U Im
provement, of Mr. Harding's u
dtlon i continued throughout ,, the
nlgbl and the fqreuoooV The ,. con
templated oporatlpo has bon do-,
forrod, ' i
GRAND JURY ON
Mrs, Blowers' Blf FIm1 a
$10,000; Sheet aiilil Roim
May B EriJana
Two pairs of shoes, one pair wits-
lap, and a piece' of rope mar flgVn
strongly In establishing the gaUt or
innocence of Mr. Ollf Blowers,
charged with first detrea murder la
connection with the death of Tom
Montoya, Mexlcaa sheep herder. 'At
the close of her prellmtMry. heart'
In the Justles court la tatardar
Mra. Dlowera was haaad over to tho
grand. Jury nador hall of fl,M9.
which had not heea furnished lata
this afternooa. ',
That no shoes we're 'foind In Mr.
Blower's roadhoas to fK tho traaka
leading from ther to tho eM of
tb murder waa the delsratloitor
coanset for tho defeat, Ho aleo St
tempted to establish that th' shoes
worn by the murdered man were aot
bla own, Indicating that It waa pos
sible that another maa wore tho
shoes that accompanied tho-tracks
mado by a woman' the, and that
this man.mlght have murdered, Moa
toya and afterward changed ahoe
with him, "a comparatively simp)
Threat roefl I'sngduyer v '
As for the ropo, it waa hroaght oat'
lowing her arreJtaadM' tW
nreseaea'af Ma'af laa'atffieeri
rmo' W aald.1 ta' oMaot:' ' "Ttair.'a
a Vrce?'he"r;hesi.' tsj4
nectiWlt was SfoaghtVi
Meatara aa bad. an;
iJiievtewr ever tW.tsMMU'-t , m
leeVp,lMstVa'' Ifr kaiaii idad t "- I
ftikW'fo'r a horse, the JntisM;)Mli
l&f...'k.'l et.l. 1. aMul. I.'
wns tfatd',, krter waieh jieatpja tbreat-
: Mrv. Mwiffldrmm&pF' .1' ...
j., ,('i . 5" rir- A N 11...-. 7 if J.i.- it i ill '
ViiVncd' he.r ah
said, eren though unwarranted hy
the temporaturo that day'. One ot
tho officers extinguished the flro bat
upon returning to the home after a
short absence found It burning a
briskly as before. ' '
h J- - -
AaaABMjiw Bjwii aiMia
Asavrasry km Msaw
airs. Dlowera' attorney seared. Ih,e
therltf for his aUogod fallurla aot
making a more thorough 'examina
tion 'or the scene of tho crime. Me
aid he believed Sheriff tow to, ho,
conscientious officer hat Isojperi
enced. and that In 'tlne' h"e would
probably make, a good officer, t
These statements aroused the ir
of District Attorney BrowSr. who ro-
turned scathing rejoinder anent th
efficiency of Deic'bute county offl-'
cers In general snd on attorney In
The accused woman appeared to
enjoy this aide play, smiling broadly
at the statement of both her attor
ney and of Drower. Throughout tho
bearing she maintained her pow and
exhibited no emotion whn Justice
(laghagen bound, her over to the
grand Jury. Only during the clos
ing argumcnt.of nor atto-nr"dld ah
apear shaken, nnd then for, fw
mpments she rested her albowa oa a
nearby desk and burttt kr faco'la
be.r hands. i
Wonaaa Not Casled '"
While. Mrs. ulbwers.k held ,aa
purely circumsUntlal VUac, k"'Wo
pointed out bj; Browse t If aot
guilty of tho murder of Tu Montoya
sh at least knowa by whoso hsad be
w killed. This appaeyUty, wjjjihe
ivw laouu, vy uitiivrvraae m
uuiuiua uor iur nv arena 11 ,
..a -'. --. ..ni-j .tf.i.I
woman was, hot called tVlbo stand
durlng.th-e faring: f J
if indicted by tbrra4(ynr;. .
which will convene nest hjondty.hir.
Blowers will be trid durtag th aoit
crimlnsl eourt Uras'.'f " J ' J
aiennr m hmi,
uyigg H to M ats:
5 tc7 37 cst; Butler,
waa maintained, It waa
WrtWmF tmumV & h
"" . aaaaa taBBBaa- - r.aaa
(' nt Lull