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OF KLAMATH FALLS
TOXKJIIT AND rit'ND.W, OHM.
Member of tho Associated Prcaa
ntics wn onm
NMrenlli Vi'itr, No. II 1 1.1
KCVMATII HAIXH, )lli:OO.V, HATI'IIIMl, OCTOIIIIK 7, IIISK!
Closing Day of
Thousands; Many Turned
From Grand Stand
I'AIU OltOI'NDK. I I'. M .Orl. 7. -This
h I In' IiIk 'In)', (mill III itltnnd
linen ami Tf iirnia licit. If tin' cruml
klnml wr.n rirtil In rapidly yesier
1 1 n II will tut niiiin limn own flow
UlmiMili mill I In1 mirrnuiulliij;
Ilriin Mill nil Hkeoilx "'in flint iiKHtoy- in tin liurklnr. vwili'M ymlrr
ility. Ifnrui llliiiiinloii lunk mx'i.ii.l mill It III tlclmiii'lilii (lilnl.
Ili'iin Mull inonuliit I "Ire. 'I (in llrsl tlnm lilx hurst' It'll itfltr u few
If-lotiK Jumps. Tint ilder mm cut"". Imwi'tiT, unit wit nunc limn will
Iiik lii iiy It iii;iiIii n liln mut r I it tit- mini" mi excellent hIieuIiii: mill
wmi r.tmili'il first place.
Tim oiii'h wlni timtllf IimI during tlm '' "li. ! "' '" ll"'l
In i uii-r ."i ml finals mill finals iniluy, wem lieim Mull. Ilns Richardson.
Illrg K'lilli.iiln, I .mi It Mih... J ,-.... Mlii It I, 1'r.tnk Hmllh. Red I'urlier. Mull
tmiii Red Tate. Hilly Kuyiiimiil. Hurry llrnwii. IVrry Ivory.
Luther IIiiIIikii.U mi MiiiuiIIkIiI took llm luilf-mllo d.ish front Mi"
.MnKity A Dunn hnrm, Milton llerlier
, I'rtriuitn. Ilm Mnnrnn . Jotlfrv horsn, nliiiwrtl her lieeltf to Mill
tirixtV.it Derby In t ! Klviwlglitlt mill' race
In lli iiiiutlcr-inlli. dash. WiiiI Crawford mi LIUli Dick lunk flrt
mill W. Shook on Dirk llimln-r second.
W.nli' Crawfonl nn LUllo Diet; won Iiy tt narrow margin In llm low
liny run; , , ,
Ono of llii' most thrilling events of llm itny witii the chariot ran,
won Iiy llm Illy lenin ililveii l.y C II. Henry. Jack DeLu h' Klamath
team got olf l ' ll)lix "' "it th Inside of tint trurk. lint Henry's gal
loper fumed abend In lint lit itinitrr and won Iiy twn length.
f In tin biilldtiKglng tnntest. it whm it luck ilv for Hut Smiths. 1'r.tnk
Snllh minit flrnt. with n nuiril of ;l fisoinU. Hunk t'ltttt li wan ttt'ruiil.
(linn .Ifi tit'Ctinilpt
I Im Hnllirook lrliiK nlulnit.l llm I ml In llm ihnt-ilii) ml.iy riiru
mill niipititri'il to have it kooiI Iihiih In win Inluy
In thr Inillitn nUy KIiiht Jotinnon wu flrn nml Jim Wilton m'cuiiil.
Ji-r.tc Ntulil nml otlti'iK fiiriiulnil ii rum mnuiitu of iimiinpinrnt In (lie
t'.'tr rtillliK Mini wllil homr rlilhiR, Ktnhl innili II KVlitiint lluil liln rr;m
tiillun mi n iltlrr of uliythliiK on lionfn Iihh lii'i-n wiil rartn'il
NEAR EAST SERVICES .SULTAN QUITS THRONE
Dn Will In (Cioitid In dim In-,
Kilinln); lliilnlnUf- In Swjk
Siilntiiy, OclnliiT ' In Xr.tr Kut
Iti'lttf itny I'l ICIfiiiif.h rutin
iliurrlip.i. J. J. lUnil.taknr. illrctnr
of tin Nt'itr ltiil rtlnf. will pi,il. in
II ii'rlntk nt l In- CliiNtlaii rlitirtii,
mnl nt 7: 3D ut llm I'riliyliTlr.n
rli ii nil nt n union rirlrn of nil
fhiirclii'h of KUtiiuth l-'nlM.
W. A. rtcllwopil trill Rpi:ik nt tin
IMptlit tintrli nt II n'lin-k A M
Oiin or liotli of Iht'ti npc.il.i'iM will
nlmi In .it Merrill on Thnrnilny mnl
ut M.illn on V('i)mnilny mnl will uIko
mlilrmit tint lm.il oilr."i mnl tln
ilimnln'r nf rotninciro. 'I he) will
Kp".ik m llnnnnxi Tmilny niMiliii:.
nt iiHincl:. All U'Ctnrfs will lie II
liiHtiuti'il with iiiinlni; iilctnicH.
"Kl.iiiliilli roiinly hint lirmi onpirl
nlly IntiTi'uli'il In llm .NY.ir Ka( i:i-r
tlncn Itiiv, mnl Mil. W V.. llunilio,
funnel ly In rluirno of tho CIiiIhIIiiii
tlinrtii lii'l", wrtil to llin Ni-ur K.irt,"
htiiti"! Auhtir II. Wllium, roiiniy
liiilrinmi of llm Noitr K.ixt ri'llof.
"Mr. Ilnmliaki'i wrlli'.t nn tint on
It It riTitnt trip tlirniir.il llm NV.tr
Huii ho foiiint iiiiiii)' tutu kit nf tho
It.itulio'u woik, unit lluil Im In look-.
Ink forwnnl with intuit iK.iurt In
t oil In k Kluiniilli I'iiIIh iiiiilli'iiit'N whnl
Ihi'lr own ui'lKhliorit hiivo Imi'it iIiiIiik
In Hi" Ni'iir Itmtl. Miinirt.il;i'r trini'l
i'il ihroiiKh Ihlti ili'viiHtitli'il niiiiiiry it
rur iii:o. nml hrlticit Imrlt flrkt-hmtil
Infnriiliitlon of rninllllnn:i.
"Mr. Si'llwnoil nay ovttr-nnuii nor
vlett In Itiinslii, nml HpoakH nUo front
flmt linnil linowIi'ilK" of roinlltlmiH."
"No part of thn .world lit morn In.
tho pnlilli! Hxlit Iniluy than tho Ni'iir
KuhI, ami It lit my liopn Hint iIurliiK
tlm Kt'iir Kust Hiillitf Wi'ok. Oclnlioi
H t ". thoitp illfforont Bppnkom will
mn mi opportunity to poak to all
tho orKitnlioil (croups In tlm city."
U. S. SHIPS MADE DRY
Nit Moro Ui'iuai- llo Mitfli'iHhlp'
plrtK Hoard Vtels
i i I n i r, I
WASHINGTON, Oct, V.-NManterH
of BhlppliiK hoard vcHHeht were or
dered today by Oliulrman 1-anker by
direction of tho prenlrtent unit lii'mit.
eoidiiuro wit It Attorney (Ipimral
DaiiKlierty's lliUor opinion to io
novo and .surrender to tlm treas
ury department offliinlH nil lufoxl
eatlm; Umuom nhoard hiicIi Hhlpa.
Tho order upplleH Io all Kovoinmont
HhlppliiK oporutuil by tho hoard mid
under charter to piivato conecins.
VOIUlfJANl), Oct. 7. CatUo
Htoady, UokA weuk. HhuoiitMO.fd)',
KuL'u '"Hi. JiuHpr Jlri'l
Rodeo DraGIANTS HUMBLE YANKEES 4-3
country tiijn:irn in luriieil mil en
iimmo in nri lliln kIiihv. Mini)' trim
wore niuil.li hi mpimi" llin oilier ilii)t
urn liriK.ln.til)' In wltltnM I hit flnriN
A fllii iiiii;r.iln lull been mi
luiiiii'iil (in lo'l.i nidi nil "I" nu tit
in enseily fiir I In' fim in start.
liil.inniillitii C.iiiinl lly ltii-l.in
llrlcKitllon ill Confrrrmi
j LONDON", Oct. 7.-TIii npnrt
I Hint Sultan Mohammed nlxth, nf
Turkey. Iiml alml(a:i'd wan receive.!
thin ntlerinxm Iiy tin Itiuilmi ilele
Kntlon hero In a wireless ilnpatelt
from Moxrow. It milled that sultan
Muni named an his mirrivior hi cou
sin Aliitut MedJI Defemll. who will
In known n MeilJId hvcoiiiI
I'Alllrt. Orl. 7. (Irctt llrllaln
.mil, I'ruliro have uKroml to princi
ple liul Tuiklsli nationalist troop
shall ho allowed In occupy eastern
Thr.tco only after conclusion nf the.
pcaro treaty. Tho (Jrcok nrmy
would hit required In evacu.it t Im
mediately, and tint Turkish admin
litratlou would ho Installed when
'tho allied troops tnl;e Hie placo nf
tint (IreekH to prrsrvn onlor.
MUDANIA, Oct. 7. Tho confer-
enco irsumeil lien today with op
IIiiiIhui pretalllm;. linnet l'aslin,
TiiiI.IhIi natlouallHt reprt'seiitallvo,
sounded n rourlllntory note, and
mad. t llm iisinulshlnK ulalement
that when tlm conference, hroko up
Thur.td.iy Im had not ri'colvnd a
ropy of tint Angora nnvcrnmentV
reply tn Hip applied pe.ico proposatit.
Apparently Ismet Iiml demanded
moro than llm Ani;ora i;oveinmnnt
SPINK SEEKS OFFICE
ClilliMiitln Jiistlrp nf I'mro l'llis
II. C. Spink of Chlloquln today
filed his nomination for tho offlco of
Jiistleo of tlm peaco lu his dlutrlct.
Ho In runnliiR uh mi Indenendent.
i'kH)i18iccI by n numbor nf Chlloquln
vutorn. 'P. 1. Snook, Incumbent, la
tho only other candidate.
MOOSE FOR OREGON
P'Itp Voium CnUi'N Imitoited I't out
Nni'tlilitnil lly t'onunNNlmi
I'OIITI.ANI), Oct. 7. An attempt
to propiiKato Alaskan Mooaei lu Oio-
Kou Ik to bo m a do by tho Btato
Kami) enmmluHlon which today ro
reived flvu young calvt'H from tho
not tliluinl. They wilt bo kopt In
tho l'orlland park over winter and
put In Doschutcvi county near llund
next Hprlnir,' Oamo Warden lluruh
iioiicii s)ii.N( i:mi:nt
Tim y Itoilt'i) iiHorliitlnti
iintiouiirfil ( It in miiriiliii: tint' n
roili'it will Im l.'ir.i'il liTi tfvexy
Fourth of July fnr III" in'Xl
flvn yp.irn Hiicoiilnn ro.lc.n
will In hlcKer mnl lictJiT In
ovcry wny. An nl"iiiil viD
ho innili. In niiriiin 'jny Mini-
lar itxhlhltlon In Co ii.nnlry.
mitt th" iiNMiclatlun fn'lt h:tt
In thin It h:ii thn mlv mtnim of
lorutlon, liorrt'n mnl rlilnre.
Tl.it itHrorlnllnn lliiuit; nil who
o piiril'iiMli'tl In nrnl iiljeniltil
(hi. iintfii nml ix'i'inli ii cor-
illul liivllntlnn for nil to In
pritiiiil mat I'mirth of Jul)'
AUTO RACES WILL
BE STAGED SUNDAY
AT FAIR GROUND
TliM'c Ktrlil- S.lntliilril; Ktinw I,'
In llmnU or lirjil I'loiinilrm;
Until IMillilllon PiiiiiiUnl
Auto rnn-s will ti- utaReit nt lip
fair Krou.ids Sunday afternoon hy
M. K. Wakefield. IM. Dunham mnl
W. I.. Monro. Tho race will Mir
'at I 30. Tho rnilen has etnleil end
their will he nn rldln,; or luillnr
Threo auto rare v.lll ho ruROit
t. .Standard block Kurds, SO laps
1'. I'ord specials. 30 laps
3. I'rio fnr nil. any klml of car.
30 laps." '
Nn entrance fees will bo charged.
Admission will lie fl ami 10 cents
war lax, ami 25 cent for Krmnl
ntuml, Including war tax.
Tho prominent of tho racej he
llevii that Inasuiucli ns scter.il rac
ing cars hate come otcr from Med
font anil nut 'rarln' to ko.' anil that
a number of local driver linvo nlg
nldi'd their Intentions of rntcrliiR
lint races, tho show will bo highly
Tim ulrpl.tii was unable to come
us aihcrtlsed because nf a break
ilown. 1'iI:ck will bo nwaided tho win
ner tomorrow, lint tho amounts had
not been determined by the promoter.
I let m jSUU(S(ci.'A -v. , - S. T?i---. .-4&5Zi
LW$ RrJr A ,
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Carl lays Hammered for Four
Runs m Fifth; Game is
POLO GROUNDS, Oct.
third victoiy from
The world s?ried now stands Giants 3, Yankees 0.
The contest was player in a driving rain;
The National leaguers fell upon the submniine hur
ler, Carl Mays, in the fifth inning hammering him for fiv
hits that scored four runs.
The Yankees stalled the game l.ke winners, hitting
McQuillan hard, hut the Giant pitcher recovered himself
HE9nl IKKPvKKfB f9m P tt4bbliK! vLMkr& KiSV
and for the ne.xt five innings did not yield the Yankees a
Ward crashed a homo run for the Yankees in the
seventh, his second of the series, and the Yankees threat
ened to score again in the ninth when Pipp hit a two-bagger
right at the start. But tho Giant's defense kept them
from the plate.
R. H. E.
Yankees .'. 3 S 0
Giants 4 9 1
Batteries: Mays, Jones and Schang; McQuillan and
7. The Giants woiV'lhoir
today by a hcoro of 4 to 3.
OVER RITCHIE WHEN
INJURY IS CLAIMED
linil liulilrr I'niU to Apponr for
Sixth Itotinil; ('mil Vol nl
lli-il Kirr Hiftt llrrr
Jon Swindler is a flchtor. Till
much w.m concoiled by the fan
shortly nflor hi flf;ht willi Itltchln
started last nlr.lit. When Illlcjile
failed to answer tlm r.nnr. for thn
slilli round, and tlm ficht went tn
Swlndlor, In was clvi-n nn ovation by
Itltchln welxhed In at 192 Vi and
Tiwindler at 1S3U pound. Kltchlc
appeared to have several Incite In
tielRht and a drone advantago In
j reach. Judnlnc frcoi the appearance
of thn two fish tern, nitclilc had all
tin beat of It.
; Hut when tho fight started It wan
quickly seen that whatever Swindler
lacked In size he morn than made up
In ncxrcsihencs. From the tap of
the RonsJie -Aent after hi man with
jabs to the face. Illtchle, however,
Kavo about a well as be took In that
round and It was called even. Ritch
ie took one over the heart that seem
ed to bother him.
I The second round was a ropllca of
the first, with Swindler still the as
In the third round Swindler start
ed to fight. Illtchle backed around
the ring with Swindler pressing him
closely, landing repeatedly to the
face, with rights and lefts, occasion
ally taking one In return from Ritch
ie. Thin was SwiadlerXroBBil Jijr a
The fourth was about the same as
the third. Swindler continued to at
tack, keeping himself well covered up
but crowding hi man all the time.
In the fifth round Ritchie appear
ed worried. Swindler pressed htm
hard, landing two to one. In this
round Rltchlo was warned by the re
feree. Tom Waiters, that unless he
fought he would not gut In on the
money. This was easily Swindlers
Rltchlo failed to appear for the
sixth round, claiming n broken right
hand, and tho bout was awarded to
Swindler. This was the signal for
n tremendous ovation for him by the
house, with which he appeared to be
a strong favorite.
Tho boxing commission today
mado the following statement rela
tive to condition of Ritchie's hnnd:
Tho boxing commission doslred
tn detcrmlno the condition of
Ritchie's hand. An x-ray photo
graph was taken by Dr. Stewart,
chairman and medical examiner
for tho commission. Dr. Stewart
then asked the other members of
Hut commission to select two other
doctors to confer on the findings
and Issuo n public statement.
Tho statment follews:
After examining an xray pic
ture of tho right wrist and hand
of Earl Rltchlo taken about 10
a. m. Saturday. Oct. 7, 1922. wo
tho of the opinion that no fracture
or dislocation exists and this pic
ture compared with ono taken of
the same hand In January 1922
shows tho same position and con
dition of tho bones.
II. D. I.. STEWART,
E. D. JOHNSON,
E. D. LAMU.
Those who had watched Swindler
train, and thoso who trained with
him, evidently had tho right depe:
that he either was holding back or
else had nothing to hold back. Swind
ler demonstrated that he had some-
thing and that he was able and will
ing to take all his opponent could,
give him. Ills crouching style U new
to tho ring here,- at least during the
past year or so, Ha keeps well cov
ered up at all times and U hard H.
hit In the, stomach, Whether he car
ries a k. o, punch was not demon
strated, as ho resorted, largely to
jabs, but tho general opinion was,
that the punch U there for use when
Lewis Espln and his manager, W.
II. Fitch, appeared in tho ring before
tho bout nnd challenged the winner.
Rltchlo accepted the challenge, pro
viding It was on a wlnner-taice-all
basis. To this Espon ugreed. Today
Continued on I'aso 4)
Long List of KUmathiCates
Come Beforefudie Bci
A large number of liquor cases
were disposed of at the federal
term court at Medford, which will
not end until Monday or Tuesday,
according to U. 8. Commliiteser
Ilcrt C. Thomas, who has Just re
turned. Gib Savage, taken In a liquor
raid at Fort Klamath, entered n
plea of guilty and was fined 9100.
Swan Olson, charged with trans
portation of liquor, pleaded guilty.
Ho was fined I ISO and his car wan
confiscated. Olson was Implicated
with Gus Soderluna and A. Cden,
whose cases went to the circuit
Joe Garcia, a Mexican residing
on the reservation with an Indian
wife, pleaded guilty to taking li
quor Into the reservation. He was
given (0 days aid $100 fine.
Con niack, a waiter. In whose
residence here a quantity of moon
shine M fona. was fined $100.
Edna MeDostald,- ira0' formerly
conducted a rooming house be
tween Fourth and Fifth on Main,
and la whose possession officer
found a quantity ot liquor, was
fined $200. Haset McGregor,
charged with selling drinks, was
Ell Uognar, In whose possession
a barrel ot mash was found, wa
Nick J. Schlldgren pleaded guilty
to transporting liquor. He wa
fined $25 and his car confiscated.
Schlldgren served time In Portland
following his conviction on a for
mer liquor charge.
Frank Daker, a young Klamath
Indian, charged with assault' with
a dangerous .weapon, was fined
$250. Daker, It was alleged, chas
ed his wife and sister-in-law from
the house with a shotgun, firing
Glen Rlake, charged with oper
ating a still near Olene, was sent
enced to threo months In the Mul
tnomah county Jail. J. W, Moor
man, with whom he was Implicated,
wa fined $250.
The case ot Otto Doye. accused
ot operating a still near Dly, was
dismissed for lack of evidence.
John I.usby, arrested In a liquor
raid at Rocky Point, wan also ac
qulttod. Other cases to como beforo tho
court were those ot McKlnloy Da
vid, held on a liquor charge: Fred
and Charles Hood, charged with
stealing cattle; J, A. Coe, liquor
charge: Matt Lowry and John Hend
erson, liquor charge; Klrby Smith,
liquor charge; Gus lOslund and
Martin Hanson, liquor chu.'ie.
Judge Dean presided. Prosecu
tion was conducted by T. II. Ma
gulre and Allan Dynon.
PLAN CARD AT WEED
Four Bouts Announced by Proanoter
A boxing card will be staged at
Weed October 10, It .was announced
by Promoter Shine Edward of Weed
at the Swlndlor-Rltchle bout last '
night. Tho following bouts will be
staged: Dob Ross of Klamath Fall
and Carlo Qlannettl of San Francisco,
145 pounds; Dob Allen of Klamath
Falls nud Kid Evans o( Windsor
Colorado, H3 pounda; Dummy Peela
ot Weed and Drlscoll ot Copco, 118
pounds; Mickey Mayo ot San Jose f
and Jack Douglas, of Pertlaad,. HI t
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