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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1922)
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Key Position Threatened;
French Cabinet Striv
ing For Peace
22. The Turkish national-1
ist forces havu Hoizod the ,
town of Ezino, on the Asin
tic side of the Dardanelles, I
and are threatening Kuml
Knlcsi, an important key'
position to the southern side '
of the straits. vThis move,;
in the opinion of naval ex-'
perLs here, will enable the1
Turks to prevent free in-1
ress to the Dardanelles by j
the British Atlantic fleet
units which are on their
vay from Malta. Tim iin- I
portant positions involved ,
were formerly occupied by
the French and Italians and '
command entrance to the1
iiu:.ni wii.i. ihiuxt
KITOIll Tf)W.niW I'lMClM
. I'AIMH. Sept. 22. -The I'rcucli
CMbltirt today decided In vbw of,
Ihnrofusal of tlio llrlllit!) to with,
draw their force frnin Chnnak. mi
I hit Asiatic ilt nf thn Dardanelles. '
Hint tho cffortu of tho Krench will
Im directed toward preventing ax
between Turkey and Orent llrltala,
nml In this end lias agreed hit-
medl.itely Id ndid Km ill; llcullloii '
Iliiiilltmi, Mho was nenotlntor of
thn aprecinont readied at Aur.nnr
hcttti"n tho Krench and Turks,
will urro upon Kt-sfal I'atlia tho
neconlly of rcmalnlui; In Aula Ml
uor until pen co terms aro decided
(.'onnldcrabla nnxlely has horn
aroused over the possibility of
flRhtlnK between tho Turks and Ilri
llsh. Tho latest reports lndlcnte
that Kemal I'nslm is trying to keop
hsl military lenders In chock, hut
tho dlfflrttttlei nrn admittedly
miKWti U'IMi M'.vr.u
im:hmit tuwk inv.ihiox
ATIIKNS, Sept. 22. Qroeco will
nnvor permit tho Turks to invado,
Thrace, which sho considers part
her homeland anil retention of which
Is "nn rssunllat preliminary condi
tion to any peace conferonco," is
tho declaration made by tho (Iroolt
foreign otflco to tho Associated
"Unhappily wo lack ammunition,
nrllllery und gonornl uqulpinent, but
wo hope, our friends will help us In
our offortH to kocp tho Turks out of
Jluropn nml Hint tho KiikIIsIi fleet
will nld us In preventing tho Turks
from crossing tho straits,", tho stiilo
HMVH.VA IlOlinOlt WOU8T
IX MFF. OF If. H. COXHUli
ATIIKNS, Sopl. 22.-"nurlnB my
consulship ut Haloutltl I wan bombod
by llulgafs nnd nermaiiH und dur
ing my official career I Imvn hud
many rough experiences with rub
marines' and flro, but novor in my
llfo liovo I soon anything like tho
Smyrna catnstropho," Ik tho manner
In which Cloorgu Horton, tho Amcrl
eun consul guneral nt Smyrna, In his
first ronuirkp of tho disaster, sum
in el up to the Associated Tress his
oxporlencoB in Asia Minor,
Consul aoneral Horton cxpjulncd
that IiIh official position prevented
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COUNTY GETS FUNDS
Amount Apportioned iim Slmro of
Motor mill Openttois1 'ies
From motor vehicle and motor
vchlclp operators' registration fees
received during thn six months
from March 16, 1922, to Septembm
16, 1922, Secretary of Stnto Ko
zer has apportioned to thn cuunties
ii total of $202,GU,0:S und to tho
state highway Mud )G07, 931.02.
This Is under tho law- that prnvldoa
that nflor payment of ndmlnlstra
tlvo expensed tho balnnco nlmll bo
disposed of, ono-fourth to thn high
way funds. Thn amount apportion
ed lha respective rounllen In In pro
portion to tho amount which Is re
ceived from tho counties In license,
Thn amounts apportioned to
Kliimath county from thn county's
rmiilltfinrn In 111,. Iiltflnvnv fmiil urn !
$6,898.01 to the county, ntt'tlrj ono
fourth share: mid liC9.p.K3 to tho
highway fund, nn the. thren-fnutths
Hrcnml Kenhloii llrouulit In Close
Willi Nlgnlng of MlnuIrN
iVASIIINOTON, Sept. 22,-
conj bCHslon of tho 07th
grot udjoutned toduy, slno
when tho legislature passed
closing minutes, signed ut tho cap
Itol by the president.
Tho Cable bill, designated tn
equallzo 'naturalization mul cttlzon
ship rights of women with men,
wus upptoved today by tho presi
dent under provisions that tho
Amerlciin women will not loso
United Btuica cltlzefislilp on mar
rlugo toVllon, An alien woman will
bo required to apply for lnnturall
xatlon Independent of Uor huuband,
The .prosldotit also signed tho ud
ministration coal distribution mid
antl-profltooriiiR bills, nnd tho fact
flndlug coal comuiUsicui bills. ,
n n n r n r n - - r. rivrnr-.-r! r,-, ,
(!r.io fecr It fel' by Americans win havu contributed thousands
to tho runport or tuo American i-oiieco in ronstuntinopm ror tno saro-
of thn collect! :td Its staff utid
Kniyrtm wait lninifd. If th Tuiks
limy brfull t'.lu colles,, then-. .Itelow, the colIfKe; n!ir.v a group tif YllKKA. Sept. !2. What Is do
Kill Htuitentf who may ho seized for Turkish hnrem.t. Left. Dr. Wilfred! dared by forest rangers to hatu been
1'cst of l'rluretoii. In charge of tiivdlr.it work for the Xtr Itellef, stay-' "e of tile largest und tho most spec
il In hurtilne Snornn. nilmlnlslvrlng relief until the flame drove him tueular fires In many years and which
und his family from Ihu city. ' burned ncr about 2000 neros of ye!-
e i-i n i-i i-iiririririnr nnnViri in"iii"i-iii - i -
MUKt JAIL IKUUUU
Slirrllf ilii .i I'lncc In Put Two
Indian (ilt I'iiiiii lilltniiin j
Mora trouble over the lack of it
coutyy Jail and quarters for Mom -
Two Indian girls. Telda Chester
and nvolcne cwon. charged wllh I
misconduct, wer sgnt to SVrlff
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Snook of Chlloqeln
he- bo lo e ,n I.,..'
?, h, in I.
with tho re
dun to the fart that tho ghls aro
Kvcrnment wards, henco not legal
charges of the county, and that the I
city Jnl Is overcrowded, tho slier-,
111 lenueii 10 no rcjponiiDio tor
Tho girls uro at largo today, np-parent!)-
tho prisoners of no 0110 at
B fl rrtBprT.voi Tl)vt 1 II
stud ills. Tho Amerlruii college ut
seltn Constantinople, the i.imu fate,
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Itev. AV. I1. Ilemliigtiiii 'XiimkI)
ltllini of l.'ii-teni Oif-Kuu
I 1'OllTI.ANn. Sept. 22. lly afflr
matlio voto of TO members of tho
bouso of bUhor of thiv episcopal
Oencrnl convention, tho lit. He v. V.
!; """""nton of the dlocc.e of South
'"ta wa, elected bishop of extern
0nr:K0B- The houso. of deputies In
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1'OltTI.ANI), RVpt. 22J Cattle
and hogs steady. Sheep up COc to
1.00. Kast mountain Iambs $10.00
to $11.00, choice valley $9.00 to
$10.00. Kggs and butter firm.
IlltiCHtcm nnd llaart $1.19, others
$1.03 and $1.10.
THE BUSY MAN'S NEWSPAPER
Announces He Will Not Be
PORTINI). Sept. ::. Chorlei
Hall ;a wltlidrnwn ni Independent
randlJntp for Rovcrnor.
The nnnounroment camo an n com
plete RurprUo to a majority of lfaU'4
lupportcrii, an hn had flatty denied
rumors that his withdrawal was eon
I In a letter announcing hli wit).,
drnwal Hnll said ho had been 'Actu
ally nominated by tho republican
otir of tho stale." He urjted !(
ersvtlc and earnest support nf tho
I compulsory school bill."
FIRE UNDER CONTROL
mm Arre Itiirnnl l)er In Klinotn1
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low plno timber in tho Shasta forest '
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dor control, providing heavy winds
do not causo expiring flames to re-
Uvu and Jumn tho cunrds.
Tho flro started near-Kvans in the.
vicinity of Weed and burned north,
Jumping tho traik at sororat points.
The flames erupt along in spite of
backfires and eiery effort rangers
could make. It did not subsldo lnl
any degreo until the lava beds bad
Tho flames lit up tho sky for many
miles. The reflection was plainly
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visium ai jreKa, many nero thinking
! "' wa ner tho city. Several
!' t wind .Itinad to tho south
and carried tho odor of tho burning
plno so that It was plainly uotlceablo
This big flro and the thousands
of acres of "cat. tails" afire at Tulf
lako liavo sent a pall osnioko over
the eastern part of th county that
at times has almost completely bid
den tho sun.
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.ESCAPES FROM JAIL
BY WALKING AWAY
John Hfinvnn L'm Hsune Nlinpln
AfrllMVl Aitoptnl ny Tom nirh
nnlHon One Wrk Agn
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This represents what. Sheriff I.owj
said to tho world at large this morn-
Inn when he learned that another
I county prisoner had taken Krench
I !ono from the city Jail. It also rep
resents what he said to Jailer Mark
John Hanson 20, tho escaped pris
oner, was ordnrod by Howard toerap
ty a pan of ncrap In the jail bock
yard. Hanson exocated the order
Apparently, howerer, nothing bad
been said about his returning and
ho saw no reason for doing to. At
neon today he was still fornff, at
though i dras;net bad been spread
by the sheriff.
Hanson was arrested yesterday by
Patrolman Mcl.ouublln on a larceny
clmrite In connection with lothlns;
thefts at Kirk where he was employ
ed In the loiKlnf camps and waa a
county prisoner. There waa nothing
original In his method escape. He
simply adopted the same plan as
that used by Tom Illchardson a week j
aro todar. Richardson waa aDore-t
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hended by noy Tabor at Dorris the
"Might as welt open the door and
let them all go at once," was tb
sheriff's sarcastic suggestion. "The
one-at-a-tltno process seems rather
slow inasmuch as they are all gota
ANhT'C tAIM lilTI
AntV a UAin UUCUB
FlrSt Xatlaaara DeaMla Jaweaac,
373,eM Hiaee Jane
loio to $575,000 gala la d
posits la shown by the Seataaaher
IS statement of the First National
bank, in. comparison with the June
The total deposits September 15
The payroll Is ( responsible, w(rt
bank officers, for a substantial slice
of the Increase. Last Saturday's
payroll was of healthy volume, the
largest circulated here for a long
Previous payrolls this season have
gone to liquidate accumulated In
debtedness of the earner, appar
ently. Most of the cheeka were
cashed and the cash carried away,
probably to put the owners "square
with the world." ,
Dut last pay-day night 30 new ac
counts were opened at the First Na
tional alone, indicating a healthy
building up of flnancea against the
dull months of the winter for indi
viduals, as well as substantially In
creasing the loaning capital of the
community. New accounts aro now
opening at an average of fire a
day, it was said.
Th bank statement shows an
easier condition all around. Caah
on hand and due sh,ows a gain of
almost exactly $100,000 In three
The bank Is the owner of almost
exactly $400,000 mora of gilt-edge
bonda than it waa In June.
Rediscounts are practically $100,
All In all the statement, com
pared ' with the June statement,
showa that the community Is mak
ing anil saving money, liquidating
Indebtedness, has bright prospects
for rail business "and will be la a
position to winter through the dull
months without discomfort and re
sume normal progress with the
opening of spring.
The Cyclo-Stormngraph at.Uadcr-
showa a falling
buromotrlc . prea-
s'uro thla afternoon
but aa thla waa
preceded by a
alight rise there
haa been little
net change alace
yesterday. , '
Forecast for, Best
84 hovra; , j. .'
cool tonight .
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l(.wt!lie ! wnMWOTiy
registered' maximum and tataaaa
temperatures today, aa.fUews: --1
A High .,...,"....71
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s an 1 sssmseatai
3? BIG EVENTS
OF FI RODEO
' ' 'iff
BIr AsMciatUn Proi(M
Evmrytkiiic FrM Ml'
To Flirrer Hiding v,h
No less thaa SS---oBt'sm. ,
erents will ke staged by the Bly Ro
deo association Im eoanectloa wHh
tke coaaty fair, OcioWr 4,. 5. . ac
cording to aaawiae'esawit. 'ThM
win laeltida ererythlag frasa hull rM
lag to fllrver rldtag, atiofraa aey
races to chariot raata, wHk a gM
ereis sprinkling of kaeklag Md rt
lag contests. Aad; wltk tk natod
Bly riders and karses, ;thU rM
promises to be qm el tha Mcgatt
events of Its kind ever staged' Mi
Southern Oregon or Northern Cali
fornia. Following la the list of-events for
each day: '
Kml N'o. 1 Mart' ball rid!:
. bors under 15 years. Per meant.
. r-v . -. m- -
f t.i n.
free for1 all
(Blood Hera Aateeia-
J don rules); eatraaea fee IS acr
1 0f parse. FInrt prTie, It S.SSj'sei
tSS'.ea. ' "
iBveat No. 3. UaH rldlag; eaeh
, day v 13.00 per Mat.
i KTM,t No' -? T-'
1 .,- Mddles aad aaaie aiU; wlaner
I draa out each aayiTilaanS.Se.
Event Tfe.1?!; aaahMh'.rWg:
horses:. eaah day; fS.SS per meaat.
BreANo. RPla CMtaat:
f three days' event: aes time la threg
days. Prises, first, 175.00; aeeaad,
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Kveat No. 7. Three-elghtka mUe
dash; free for all (Weed Horse As
sociation rules); eatraaea fee. 18 per
centjpf purse. Flrsi arise. $50; sec
ond, $25. '
Event No. S. Relay race; dis
tance two miles, four changes at
horses; three-day event; best time
In threo days. First'. $200.00; sec
ond. $100.00. f
Event No. 0. 4cktag contest;
three-day event (Kaceo rules) ; en
trance fee. $5.00. Te be divided hi
day prlaea between the riders. First
prte, $"500.00; aeeoad, arlie, $100.
00; third prlte. $50.00, .' "
Event No. 10. Chariot' rata;
three-day event; best time In three,
days. First arise, $100.00; aeeaeiel
prise. $50.00. w
Event No. 1 Boys' ball rldlag;'
boys under 15 year; er meant,
$3.00. . '
Event No. 3. Half mile dank:
free for all (Blood Horse Aseoela
tlon rules): entrance fee, 10 per eea't
of purse. First prise, $75;seeea4
prise, $35. CI .itl
Event No. 3. Bul. riding. aMh
day;, $5.00 per moa'ai. ''
Eteat Ne: J.-l'BjMfeaw.
boy aaddlea and asada alU: wlaaer
drop out each day; FrleO, $15.00
Event No. 5. Barehatk rMliag:
horses; each day; 15.00 per Hpt.
Kveat Ne. S. Bating (eatait;
three daya' event., i$y, " n
Event No. 7. Five-eightha mlle
dash: free for all (Be HaMa
aooUIInn rulee) ; eatfatwa I A'vBr
cent of paree. flr4,$100.f0 aae
oad, f$5.0.r ;V w n Mi
j Kveat No. I, Relay race (tare
day eveat. $, , . t .t
Event No., TrBneeiBg eaateat;
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