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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1922)
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TONIGHT M THIIIHDAV, IAIII
'fymm. am H
ofTI I '
I 'W 1
HMn-lilll !. No, (IIIKt
Pit LI il
Need of Bultcr RuRulntion
To Snfcguard Millc Is
Tim illy nf Kliimiilli 1'nll Iiiih
nun of I lie ln'sl ilnlry icgulntlng or
llnancrvi In l lie rlnln, but It U not
Kitfoni'il, nnlil Ii. II. '.'liner, stnl"
dairy mill fuinl luipcitor, nt tint
clumber of t'ommi'rco forum to
Tin urdlnniirn mm prop.ired ly
Dr. II. 1). I.. Hlmvnrl. city pliy.il-(
il.in, nml panned n )isnr ago, hut It
In it ilf.nl Idler. I
'.leiuer lulvncntcd iirllon under1
llio ordinance In safeguard llin rlly'n
milk niipply. Iln M.ilil ho was nut j
to I'o understood to say (lint llio
Klamath dairies were badly run
llllCll'lt. "Von have Homn ery good dnlr
In Imrc, mill rotim Hint nr not
good." was Itiu tray tin put II. I
Hut liu tulil Hhto won roam fori
Improvement, nml ilr.llanra on tho j
nrt of llm ronsuinim was tho best
IIIIMIU Of l.ll'llll: lllllk lip III llin
lill'ti kl.ilidaril of purltv whlrli IU
vital mlpoiianrn as a food product
Iln iiriinl Ilium rlllieni tho tieena
rtlynf nu Innpectur. perhaps n mem-!'""
l.r ,r III.. n.ilIrA .Uin-H.,i..,l .
Minin niin wlm tuiuld l.rrp In ti ueli
with Ihe ilnlrlin nnd hnvo power
tit enfurre the ordnlaure Hn aln
mltornteil n mill: ennsumrrn teaRiio. ;
nltli cnuitant lulls lo llm ilalrin
by IU membor.
Ho pointed nut (hut TlllnuiooU '
rheeso Is cIIIiir nt from four to
1 fend premium over other
muIp Tcheefp. becatiro Tlltamaok
county, malutnlns n enmity liupcc-'
tor In ire Ihat Hut dnlrlen nro kepi,
up lu IiIkIi stoudnrd
Clark N'etlliitnn. railway con
tractor, 'w ho wnn Hr'r.ltili'il to Ad
ilri'fm tho forum, fulled lo nrrn
from Healtlo tnit nlitht.
V. T. t.i'n. rniinly nMfror, told
tlm meetltiR Hint In Klamath ronn
IV ho oIimtvinI sIriib of hcllur ro-
operation, nnd the effect on th
onlslde, n ho nolcd II, was to canto
men Willi ranllnl In uliiiw n m.
nnol wHlliignes In aid KJam-0f low "'
nth with trantporlatlou and oilier C("Krei"
problems. , ,,,,ca,", "w
I.eo Mid that tho farmers of ' ; .ttorfk ,,f'
Klamall, county l...t n serious fl- f" h.,,f f,,r, "
nanclal problem ,,d urged upon ! Jj" ' at "" for
H.'iuiM'i n hi urn riiiiiiiurr inu inriu-
its' rights to a sympathetic it n -derntandlng
nnd nil the assistance
that business men ran glvo.
Note Th illy council recently
appointed Hr. Crouch ns city inspec
tor. LUMBER CUT IS LESS
In Tlucn Hfitti-i
WAHIIINOTON. Nov. 29.-Tho , HsT 1 " ." , ,'"8
lol.l production ..f lumber during .& 7" i ! . ""
1921 by Callfoinl.i, Nevada nml WBL. .1 , A""'rl"
Hlnh, nccordlng to prellmlnury sta- HBt J ca H ol,ro
llstlrs.j-elenred hy tin. dcp.iitm.-nt K I """T " ,l10
of rommerru, wik I. nU8, 127.000 B J r '" ,n"
feet, which Is n derreaao of 8.1 lor , BHjCr M ''l' ,"'U3'
cent when compared with Iho cut ! bT B 'rli u,-clll"
for tho precndlni; enr. Thes.- sin BfeS r ,'L','n '""
ILiIIch mo tho i vault of n careful Mo'V credltiMl nnd
canvass of tho lumber nnd limber HH&rV disarmed, horo
productH Industry lu Ihnso states ' SBttfcX '"" A,,,l'rlfil l
by tlio bureau of tlio census .do- W m ' "" "l" ,"a,,
parlmoiil of inrce. mid llio for- '" l'r"K',,,, 'r!,, miscalled upon-
ml hci'vlro, tliiKed HlutiH dmiurt-1 """I1 ''PalKii hat heen defeated,
intuit ilf' nprliuU uro. ilcllng In cu-' ufmiliyinont Is decieiisliu: rap
operatlou, ''" ' Idly, wagos nro an tho upward
i. ,.(,,.;; m ' , trend.
AllhouKh tho ryrlo'Htiii'm'iiKrnph
,hn ni" ... iuiiiii uiai
J7Tigg ' , Hnilcrw
wiik i W'i'i""'y wu
Wi-J- :lHt;riu: it
Kl I IT II 1
run in iiiiiomotrle
pr0Hhiro tills nf-'
tloiiH fiivor n eon
tlnuaiico of prn
Hent woiithnr I'on
illlli'iin, nml tin,
promlid'H to bo n
r'orenmt for next 2 1 heurs:
Generally fair: inohahly wanner.
'Tho T.vena rueoi'dlng Hiurmnmuinr
inglKtiired mnxlmum nnd minimum
toiiiiH'riilnrcH today, us folliiWH
High . ....... :il
TELL WHAT THEY
ARE THANKFUL FOR
IVopl.. I'tiilil All Willi. fir Life
l.'ili- Vmlnl Ojilnlniin Oh
Hin nf 'lliniiltfllnu;
inn tl', ml. fill (oi nil thing III
To nirvii liu
litis been my
ii I in.
If. In my
llnio I nlmll
Ii n v ti ii n ii ii
"i'ii; If. from
in ' striving.
In nny iiwi.i-
fl ami m.-py
I mi lli.inl.riit lh.it
I still have
tny In. ..I'll tlil
tli.it my moiii
er nml father
a M j- hii i" I
Willi mtt In I.'.,
And I m.i
Hut I ttfll ho nun' ti.i . tminkfiii
If komi-hoily lull f.iul Noimini for
" ""''l ' "" '",xt r'r'h
JiM. H llliJll'Kf.l
wo nro citizens
f tho I'nliwl
And wo should
bo thankful for
' 1 u I p m u ii t
with siipIi nal
as II pOMWM,
A II il wo
Ii u u I tl h
Ifi.uil.Ml for our country'ii eltlteni
who make it ty Reed. I'HAIti.HS
M SI IIWAII.
Win am I thankful' :
llerauso I ha. ! upiioni'iiiy to !
i n r i! u g
" !" "
havo a husband
nnd four child
ren with whom
I ran share tl
Xft . '
gloat honor that lias been git en to
mo. MIIS. WINH'JIW) MASON
MUCK, ,u)iiKieavuuau al.-luri;o
I.tbor Is thankful this year for
many thlnga of gicnt moment.
.Murl) roniulns to bo done, but
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.' DEATH ACCIDENTAL
Vt'MlUt Iteliirned liy ('miiiier'N llmly
liOAiitii'iH.1 llaiimiiu ihUu ''
That tho doiith of Anlono Han
man wan duo to an unavoldablo no
eldent, was tho verdict osteid:iy
uflrniiiiu of tlio rorouor'ri Jury.
Ilmimnn died Monday morning of
wniiiida received Sunday when a
tihiitguu In tho lunula of his limit
Init cnmpaulou, IMward Holllday,
lll-yoar-nlil sou of O. I., Holllday,
local dairyman, was nccldontally
V MXj&r i
Wi atlOlllll bo
Mayor of Detroit Appointed
To Fill Unexpired Term
Of Newberry, Resinned
I.ANHINO. Midi . Nov. 20 Mn
j or Coutcns of Dot roll, former vlco
proMdutit nml tioair.irer uf Henry
I'onl'ft irimpnuy, has been appoint
oil liy Oii.ruur Alia. J. Oroeshcclc
I mi I'nlluit Kiiilm senator from
' Sllrblgnn to fill tlio unexpired term
not bo grain- "' former Kcnntnr Nowborry, who
LPTIIKIl- IJl'It- f rrnlKrn il. Mayor Couzrns has ac
cepted, raid the governor.
I Ci'iirrm was hum In Chntknm.
Dnlnrlo, f.ft jiam ni:o. Iln In it-
' pniril to linM) n fcirtmio of many
million. Hu etnrtril his cniia'r tit
i urn-nil'" on a pavviiRor tniln.
In KiO.1 ho lioc.inin aimirlalcil
with I'urd in tlio tnnniif.i'cturo of
aiitoiiiuhitiHi. n- n liookkuupur. Ho
ncrcil llin (oimt-rlloii ultli the
onip.iny In 1913. i
HUNTER FOUND DEAD
llnrr) 'llmnipMiii of Wccil Itelletnl
Vlillm r Ari'liltiit
WHIM). Nov. 29. -Harry Thump
son, huuler. was found diMd .Sim
ilar by two boys several miles from
hero. It Is believed ho accidentally!
shot hliiMM'If. Thompson was lying
on his fare, the r.un beneath hln
body and n bullet wound lu his
Hu left Weyd. where ho lived
with his sister, Mrs. A. Mitchell.
;lutl" that he was koIiir to spend
the day liuntliiR. It was some tlmn
after liU body was dlacuverud be
fore Identity wns ddornilned.
SCRAP NO MORE SHIPS
('tent lltllaln CnlU Hull lit AmiiK I
' Anion uf Other Nnllim
LONDON. Nov. 20. (Sreat llrl
tulu will scrap no morn warship
under tho Washington dUarmament
treaty until other nations hnvo tak-
en nctlon nnd scrapped their iuota.
accord In,; to assurance given n
inivitloner In tho houso of commons
loday by Kyre .Monscll. financial I
secrelnry of the admiralty.
NO I'AI'HIl 'lOMOHItOW
Q Tho Herald form will take
Iho day off tomorrow to iclc-
4 lira to TliiinksKtvIm: and there
no Isjiie nf this paper. 0
( A -. Wm ' "' ' j- - !
Member of the Associated Press
I'ALLH, OUKGO.V, WHIIVIXIMY, NOV. yi, I iiai!
HAS BEEN ADOPTED
BY WEEDLUMBER CO.
Vollrt-s I'odi'il nl riant Hindi
Thai ,i:t Krlinluli- Will Go
lulu Kffrrt l)r(inlicr I
Vi:i:. Nov. 29 - Notice hnvo
l"tii poMoil nt llio plant of tho
Weml l.itnihur company bUi'.Iiik that
on Docemlicr 1 tlm plant would ro
on mi olRlil'liour lintli.
The new wiiro scale wnn not po
'Iflcnlly p.lvcn, honrrvcr. Il wan In-
illralrd tint Hicro ouM he nonio I
InrrcARo In llm liourly rale, hut n i
ll;;lit ilecrrnno In tlm dally icalc.
Iat yeir, when the comnanr
went mi n teii-liour uiah. Hie hourly'0' ,hc Ccntral I'adflc from tho
w.im diicienud. Tli'a chance:
lo ten hourji rrnclpllaled n strike,
whlth I.irted icvrrnl wivks
ASK AUTOS OFF MAIN
Slivrl Honli llj IHk,
Junior Iti'laj IIikv
A riwiuoat that nil nutomolilli-Y
bo kept off Main Mr Ml during tho
Junior KIks rsluy raco, whlrh Urta
nt II o'clock tomorrow, wan mado
loday by Chief of I'ollre Wilson
IhrouRh tho KU.H' committee.
The raco will bo tun from tho'H'R California shippers' commit-
KIks temple. Third and Main, lo
llio Whllo IVIIcan liolii. Kour
trams. i.rientliii: the high srhool
claiss, hao been enteieil. Tho
winner will ho nvrnrdel h pennant.
Mnyir W. H. Wiley. IVrry iUp
mid I'. II Soiilo hat bwn nppolnt
hI Judges for tho rare.
TO ADVERTISE WEST
!Jl.niHMDII Will He .spent Hy Hill
l.llll'N to HlMlst Tour Stttlt-M
SKATTI.i:, Nov. 29. Announce
ment Hint tho "Hill group" of rail
roads will spend ll.000.00O In a
four-year campaign advertising Ore-
gun. WashltiKtou, Idhhu. Montana
and Wyoming, -vas mado hero by
Carl .McQliInn .and Harlan Smith,
special representatives of tho group.
T!:o amount Is Mid hero to. be the
largest ever appropriated by a rail
road system to bring Advantages of
any section tafora tho country. The
group comprises the (Jreat Northern.
Northern Pacific and the Hurling
Sllll' llll. I. IMSSHI)
WASIIINOTON. Nov. 29 -Tho
""""iiun H.. ...u ... -
,,,ul "" ' American
shippliiR passed Iho liouto today.
The olo on tho final passage wus
20$ to 1SI.
I'OltrLANI). Nov. 29. Cattlo
weak. Hogs and sheep steady.
Kgga unsettled, butter firm.
OASIS OR MIRAGE
I PRDBLEM SEEN
Inclusion of S. P. and C. P.
In Consolidation of
WAHIIINOTON, Nov. 29. Fed
eral offlclnln connlderlnR tho pot-
tlbllltlcs Involved In tho acparatlon
Southern l'aclflc, na ordered by tho
'siiprern court, have received tho
suggestion that the problem might
bo nohcd by tho Interstate com
merce commission Including tho
Southern l'aclflc nnd Central Pa
cific In ono of the major railroad
consolidation which havo been pro
poLcd tinder the transportation act.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 29. Testi
fying today at tho Interstate com
mcrco commission hearing, II. II.
Haitborn. traffic expert, rcprracnt-
te6, declnerd that many difficul
ties would bo Imposed upon users
of transportation In California It
tho supremo courts derision wcro
carried Into effect. Public Intercuts
require, hu told, that tho applica
tion of tho Southern Pacific for
tho commission's authority to con
tinue control of tho Central Pacific
under lease. In spite uf tho separa
tion decision, bu granted.
Hanborn ieprecnted that the
ncroMlty for moving, freight over
tv.'o linen uftcr separation. Instead
of ono system as now, would ad
crnoIy ii I feet not only railroad ser-
vice but ulo rates. Thoi-;allfor-
nla fruit canning !ndust( Partic
ularly, he aliU wo.ald bo ( W rlth
tho ncccslty of bringing In raw
products over two-lino hauls and
rntes now maintained by tho uni
fied systems would, In many cases,
be Increased. In addition, tho con
tinual chango of traffic after the
separation, ho added, would estab
lish n permanent tendency toward
delay of freight movements.
In n le&ier degree tho same dif
ficulties would bo ImpokCxI by the
separation. Sanborn contended, on
tho lumber, grain and dried fruit
KTOIIKS CI.OSIJ O . JI.
Grocery storw will closo at
C o'clock this evening. It was
unuounced by tho merchant'
SAVES LIFE OF MAN
WHO BEFRIENDED HIM
I'nllitllr Hlory of Tlinkslvlnz
Dinner In Doicrtcd V. M. C. A.
lint Told llr I'lill Kpnen
Varied wcro Ihe nnsweni today
when prominent cltllcaa wuro aiked
what the 7 would ho thankful for
thli ThankxRlvlnR day. Some would
bo thankful for Reed health, other
for prosperity. I'hll Spnce, former
ly of Oshkoih, said he would con
tinue to bo thankful for tho Thanks
Rhine dinner ho unexpectedly re
ceived the 'year he was lilncharRed
from tho army, following the armis
tice. Hpaco wa an full of Thanks-
civinK talk r n turkey Is full of
drcsslnR. Tho reporter was In a
hurry nnd told Hpace to write It.
Spa co did. Here It 1st
TlmnkfiRlvrlnK nml clr.
Well, seolngs how wou want me
to wrlto something about Thankgglv
olng I will do so and I will tell you
how I ct a Thanksgiving dinner
where no dinner had been before,
nnd all on arr. of a dawg.
I was on my way homo from tho
t. S. A. army, havclng settled tho
war On tho train somo bird pinch
ed my ticket and first I knew I was
hitting the tics. Tho first think I
sco was a dawg. He was hungry
and nboul nil in so I picked him up
and qarrled him to a farm and aski
od for a handout. It got a small
peace of corn bread and big pusca of
advlcn nnd I Rave tho cornbrcad to
the dawg. This perked him up
considerable and ho was the most
grateful purp I ever see.
Pretty soon we came to a town
and 1 was getting hungrey and felt
sick. So 1 made for a Y. M. C. A.
hut. Tho hut was empty, oh ace. the
war being over, so I sat down. On
the, wall was a calendar and, I sco
whoro Its Thanksglvelng day. Then
I remembered a turkey roosting In
a treo at the farmhouse like ho was
nervous about something, and T re
call a restaurant where turkoy with
all tho trimmings Is advortUcd.
Welt, believe mo I feel sicker
thnn ecr. Then I notlco tho dawg
Is acting funny. Ho sniffs nt tho
calendar and then turns and beats
It out cf tho placo. A. W, O. L.
says I. Hut not so. Iluforo long hes
back with a cooked turkey In his
Jaws, then he Roes out again and
comes back with a punkln plo jrob
bed a restaurant and somo kitchen
window, I reckon.
That dawg had saved my llfo out
of gratctullncis bucauso I done the
same for him. 4
Well, Im still thankful for that
Thanksglvelng dinner and I hopo
you all nro the samo.
a dawgs friend' nud vlco versey
BISHOP BOUND OVER
Man Arcii-scd uf l-'orgcry Will Await
Action of Grand Jury
Patrick lllshop, charged with for
KeTy, waa bound over to tho grand
Jury at a preliminary hearing bo
fore Justlco Gnghagen yesterday af
ternoon. Hall was fixed at $1G00,
lu lieu of which ho whs lodged lu
Jail. Tho grand Jury convenes
la M -
Tooze and Infttlli MaW
Best Fight Possible Utv
der CirciimstasKM x
(liy. K A. Koe) ".
PORTLAND, Nor. 29-Jt Is fk-
loaablo In republican political cir
cles to chargo the outcome of jh
recent election to Waiter L. Tooi'e",1
Jr., chairman, and C. K, Ingclls, se
cretary, of tho stato republican com
mittee Around tho Imperial botef,
whero hot air most does congregate,
you can hear It said on every hsnd
that Tooto made this mistake a)d
Ingalls that, with the sggregstt re
sult that Olcott was defeated more
than 34,000 votes. ,
The utter foolishness of this clslm
Is found In tho fact that Olcott neve
stood a ghost of a show of election,
and but for the work of the repub
lican contmlttco the majority would
certainly have boerr much crealer.
Tho only criticism that can legiti
mately bo offered la that Ingalls
used so many angles from which o
attack Pierce's private and public
record. Hut any man In bis place,
would havo used any and all.pos
slble material to hold back tho re
action against the. republican candi
date. That Is politics In Its belli
sense. Do not use personal methbds
union you find Unnecessary. 'yf
Tho writer had no connection with
tho republican campaign. Hit' elf
forts wcro confined to" a'n attempt at
furthering the popularity 'of ' dis
compulsory school 1)111, and iva
therefore not In the confidence ( of
the republican loaders, whose .candi
date stood strongly against tke'js)
sure. Uut the .work. . of, 4 Mr.
Tooie and Ingails'was watch'si.Wa'd'
closely watched, to if possible tlaftf
errors of Judgment that would. rf
dound to tho benefit of tho bill
question. Every word they uttered
and every piece of printing they put
out was Inspectod fpr aome break
that would give an opening for a'a
offensive that would carry the bill
to success. Incldcntly the succeso of
the bill certainly meant tho success
of Walter Pierce, the democratic
candidate. Minor criticisms wer
mado, but not In ono instance were)
these of such Importance that they
had any bearing upon the campaign.
Pierce Charges of No Kffect
A careful analysis ot later reports
shows that tho many publishes)
charges against Pierce were without,
effect, In that they neither turned
votes to Plcrco or against him. Yon
will hear It said that tho oloctlon
was lost to tho republicans through
tho publication of this or that matter
directed against Plorce. Nothing is
further from the truth. The people
were thinking, first, school bill, and
second, taxes, nnd upou theso Issues
they voted for Pierce without giving
any serious thought to tho accusa
tions made against the democratic
It anything tho net result of these
publications was the loss ot support
to Plcrco from people but mildly In
terested In the school bill, and not
believing that It Is posslblo for-a
governor to redueo taxes to any
great extent. Notwithstanding all
talk going tho rounds now' tho writ
er Is willing to predict that two
years from now tho same men will
bo asked to again coaduet the re
publican campaign. Uy that tlwi
their course will have been vindicat
ed as to tuxes', lu that il will be
found that Mr. Plcrco will find It
Impossible to brng about any ap
preciable reduction, .,
From a managerial., standaolal
Toozo and Ingalls dl a .fine pfee at i
work. For tho drat time in ten
years they Induced well known re
publicans to subscribe enough mon
ey to make a respectable campalsja.
In tho use ot this money the ofea)i
. - 1 1 1 i . 'i !
iii hii i t nnmKfl
pi up 'nirnftfiiiiiLi
tlon concedes that they spent' WJtrTl
tlmo at huadquurters.Awere vi tkMs
Job all tho time, were desperately In y
earnest and desirous ot success, a4
In fact should bo commended rstaec
than criticised by the republicans.
They took charge of campaign taa
was lost boforo they opened He
quarters. Tho close vote betwMti .,
Hall and Olcott settled that. Ittfsia
shown by this vote that QJeU sMt' ..
not havo the support M the majority
of tho monitors ot his of n party(
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