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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1922)
TO.MCIHT AMI IIIIDAV IWIII,
( ontim in roi.D, modi.iiati.
I.8TI HIA ttlMIM
OFFICIAL FAFER Or
KLAMATH COUNTY AND
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Member of the Associated Prcsi
Mlrrill iwir Nil, l,"ili:i
KI.AMATHr'AI.l.H, OltKf.'O.V, fill llsD.U, hi ' t misck II, I :!
PRIOR FITS (Mil
GETS 3 YEARS
IN STSTE PEN
GmnbliiiK Slnrtcd Downfall
Patrick Biohop, '?'l Lewis
Trial Is Bcrjun
I'.ilrlik liinliop, 22. nirixliiil In'
Man rrmiclri'ii iiinl brought hen
In utiswcr to tliu thnrgit of uxk-I
ItiK liml checks, was itrrjlgticd In ,
circuit court yttt-rlay afternoon
n ml entered a plea til guilty. Hi
wit sentenced to ii term nf tlirpo
,fon In tliu stuto penitentiary by
Judge A. I. I.unvllt.
Illthiip Mf.m represented by I. II
Mills, Willi tlUll been UlIUllltOll h)
I Iiii court to defend Mm. Tim nt
lornpy made a Hliori plea lor leutwi
cy In Imliulr of hi client mi Itio
l! roil n On tliut Iit was nung unit
had gotten Into tlio wrong sort of
company upon hit nrrlvnl In Klnni
atli Palls. Ill downfall was start
ctl when gambling became n pas
time mid ilnlilH Incut red In litis
sport Iril to tils pausing (I rut oiip
bail check nml thru unnthor Hlirr
Iff Low lufi ilils morning with ihf
lirlmner for Hnlnm whero lio will
begin sen lug bis three year term
' Tilnl llegtin
Trial nf Ted Lewi, arretted Dec
ember 2 In a local pool hall on n
llqmir charge, was begun In the
circuit rutin this morning It.
fusing tint aid of nn attorney.
t."Mt was attempting to renduc:
his iihii defense.
Following In tlit Hit of Jurors
tnrtlng In tho l.ouln rase Ch.irlen
l.aiti. J.. O tlwlndler, Thomiig j
Jarkunn. Mr Gertrude .Moore liar.
y Aratit, J. J. (Jor.lon, Hoy Call.
I.lnyd ItPditetd. J J K,.,.r, nv,.r.
"It llur.Icnl.roDk. Allu.rt c limn
nell, unilU.enU Miles,
liw Trmpcnitiirr rlii In. ir.1,,.,1
Pi-iimiitl fur I'uei in ,i,K
ASTOItlA. Dee I I --A r,.nilnut..l
cold earn wind accompanied by nov.
added to relief prohlema hure today.
IntreailuK eaiu fir fUl. alu ltltlh
l'OUTi.A.VD. Dec. 1 1 -- The .Mr.
inotirm of thn toaaon bit here to
day. Tim minimum teinpnrstum
till mornliiK .u 21. At Haker to
day It n four below.
fnii- Ntitll I, Pivitl Whin lii-.nr.
fill. nt Cthttinr , Slimui
Criun Krntt, ii Mexican, appeared
In the JtiMlcu court yontord.ty nfter
noon on tho elwrro of. iuihr off u,0
larnliiKH of a prottliuin. lu.t iioiuti
did not itppnar In tho ruuiplnlnl, but
who U HUpiioiitil tu be nn Indian lit.
In rs nt Alcomn. Tho eomiilabit wub
attorn by Deputy Bhurllf N.lson
.Smith, of AIkoiiiii.
Tho (omjibilnt vn filml on luror
iniitlou of felony nnd us (hero ttna
not uvlilonio eniuiKb to Jimtlfy holil
Iiik Kctitt oit In tho Kruml Jury tho
rii6o uim illmiilnncil.
"iioti.i:i ju.'A'i" i,ati:.st
HUM), Die 1 I.- "llootloK meat"
,.ls tho lalost roiniiinilliy to cnino un
der tho Keen nhmMrntlnii of tho No
vadn I'tirn loml imil DrtiK commls
alon. AkuiiIh of tho I'lmnibsloii
hiito found incut unfit for foud in
tho h.inilu of purlieu puddllne. M tho
rnsliloiiro (llslrl.trt and lant week ilo
iitroyi'il two lieevi'H
Tho C')i'o-tlioriiittKi'ii)h ut Diiilof.
loKluliU'Cil ii ilglUKN
HUIO tlllll moilllllR
vouching If point
h H ' xftvV' "ll "Vl" insiirn
!B 7 fiWM ,,,,"'t W'tllod coiitll-
lA'iW, ""'l. At 2 p. m.
i . fMKT-A J III.. Inn.li.MCL- ti-iiu
bul hotter cotidl
IIkuh in o liullcat
ml. I'V.I'Pi-llHt for next
(lonuriilly full: pnilmlily.ciilil, with
Tho Tycim ii'i'iii'.lliu; t li.ii moiiii'tc-r
teglHtuioil iiiiiNliniiiii nml minimum
tiiiiiiuinUiucs t mlu J' IIH follllWH
l.o 1 1
Mtill lfV-."V P.
Glands Did" "it
", $WirA lu"lln '"'IW. John
' V-l linn r. tf....H.
old prisoner In
Hum CjihuiIIii, u
a couplo of coat
lil. nn) i iittnclK.il
liin now nlniKlif,
John full f.o full
ft w tint ho
won a UO-yuril
rnco In seven rc
ends in n recent
prlii on tournr..
PENDLETON AND ST.
PAUL HUNTERS LOSE
LIVES IN RIVERS
iiitoii of hiioiKgu r-iui in n.in.iiii
Kill.; Km t'.iiitH lliv.il..,
'llinniKli ltd In I'oiiitlllii
T. PAI'l.. J)ro . I)er. t I. Don
nhl Ktrfc. 21. wa ilrownxtl In the
Wlllinmrito rltnr near horo yc
ti.rdny wli..n h0 U'U In thu ntr
from n fthlff whlrh ovortnrnpl from
tl' lofoll-.tf iu Kim.
':nii.i:ton, Dpt. ii. uri
Couu. r. known Penili'llon rr.
dont. ngrti S6. wa ilrowno.) In tint
I'matllla river yotorday. ffo lirtke
ilirnuKb ti iro while eolnR for
I iturk ti hail nil. it llu body v
BOOTH MAKES REPLY
i 'ilium-. Vitiitti iiiuiiij- iiti-itinii ,i.
nfl ll lllulin -ttittriii.il)
I'OItTI.AND. D.r II -Memh.n.
c-f the Orexni note blRbuoy com
mlMlon Intend to rrajgn. eff.?ctlc
any time within three monthg. and
wtll tin avor-jtittnx posslblB to ntd
ike Incomigg admluUtrntloH. Jd
1!. A. Iiootb. rhatrman, addreaatnti
Huf county Judr.a and cnmmlulon
or tneeiing bero today.
Dofth m.tdo a ijotnlled'muwor to
rharEoa tolcod daring tho Nrocent
Answering tbe cbareo that W'aah
inmon bad mado a botior ahowlnc
In road work, ho declared that Ore
rod had built mnro tnltns of roads at
lo cost than the neighboring state
The highway commissi, n today ap
proved u plan to obtain leslalaiora
content to eoiutrurtlne commorclnl
street In Astoria ns a part of tbe Co
lumbia highway, and would use tbo
nuarUr-mlll lety originally approp
riated fi r mad work, which was Lit
er dltortcd to tbo eliUilrctis' homo
The wt.rl; Ii oxpscleil lo cost S1O0.
Ooo. IbiGlaior Nuud v.ent to Astoria
Judge llnrvoy K. Cross, of Orcp.on
City, was elected prmldoiit of tbo
loiility 'udgea nnd CommlsaUiuei-i
ioila. I'ummlulonor Cbarloa llu
dpen. Port land, wna made vlro pmsl
dent nod Judge II. I.. Ilasbrork of
llniil Itlvor vvns ro-clerteil sucretary
trtnaiirer. EDWARDS PLEA LOST
lliiMnu I'litm.iter ('umlil.il tin
ItootlepKliiK .Musi Mcito 'I'eriu
SAI.UM. Oro.. Doc. 1 I. The bit
promo court today urflriuoil Judpo
I'alltlna In tho JncUsuu county cnao.
stnto vii. JninoH (Sblnu) IMttnrds,
iippoll.ini. Appual from coiitlcilon
for tlulutlim of thu prohibition lau.
MUDroitD. Dec. 1 I. This Is olio
of tho Bo-i'.illud bcollcKKliig ulso.
ami reunited In two trials, In tho cir
cuit ctMii t, tho Jury dhmnrroiiig In
tho first, mid convicting In thu to-
uml dial, and clcarj fiiim Iho ie.
I'onls tint last of (ho action nrlshii;
from n hcilea of lliiuor raid. Tim
nlhci'B h.t tci've.l tlior Mciitoiims,
houii iiciiiltliHl. or calli'il by ilc.ith,
I'Munrila was tho oitfi-.itor of n
t.ul li thin city, nml u;n ari.'stoil on
nvliU'iico colk'i'lril by n ilptcctlvo,
"Dad" (lilies. Tho tilul iiioiiboiI
It Ik. Ii f.flliii; and wna haul fouglit.
I'iIwuiiIh wiii Hcittoncoil. . lo icrvo
three moiiilui In tho I'liunty Jail, mid'
pay a risi of tllui. Uo Ih ut llhcity
tiii $10011 houilH.
Tho dnfcmlmit lx now rodldlng ut
Wend, l.'iillf., wlioio ho piomotod
hoyoiiiI Imxlni; cmitosila. mid na noon
H lht mn.idulo Is rceolw'd from
S.ilinn, rdwiinh will be tnl.oii Into
iiiilodj by the yherlff
3 . r.
1 FOR FSIEfi B
i Amu Or II. &,;
Spokesmen of Agricultural
Interests Appear In
VAHIIIN(1T(). Drr It Hiiuboi
imi fur tho federal tfovt rnniMnt nn.t
nurl' itliural lntiot of the coun
1 1 -. oitnjrlnn today In thn en
ntit'n liearlni; mi rurol (reditu, rao
nmmctidod that coiinrcm do ooio
llitnr; to rollcve the farmerV fl
gnnalor Mf.Vnry today Introdue.!
n bill to extend for one year, until
Juno 30. 1031. tho power of lb
wnr nnfiriin fnvftntvllnn MttA
f-rm and Hr. raoefc &n.. .Uo lo
nri, i .. ..I
wm.mi. wU, MUUmi, ,. VI, UlTf I
antliortly of tho corporation to
laauo uotta and bonde.
WASIIINOTON. Dec. 1 1 tr.
dvnt Harding in u lottt r read today
at tbe opening itetsloa of the nation
al council rf farmers' c.i-opumilve i
J marketing omucIoiIoiis. declared bo
tnew if "mi single movement Ibat !
promises more help towards present
relief and permanent l'4tt.rmcnt of
agrlrultoril rmtdltioii.'. than cohipo
r.tuve i rgnulsatlon of farmers to
markot their )rodnt "
IThv prccijin f r the meeting In
. lu.l. j a i .mi pi. I.- rctl.tt of c.t-opo-ratlvo
marketing Im-ludlnrt cuttoa,
ll.ibaro. fruit, grnl-i, d.tiry ant nth-
r farm products
! ' -. - -
LAMM MILL CLOSED
1'lm.i si iinm for Winter After!
hii.,.f,.i K..J,,.,- tin..
MiiUMful NMsnn . lion
- Tf LJtmm lumber cowpgajr-anw-
mill at Modoc Point was closed down
fur the winter Tuesday offer a sue-
cctful Mason's run. Operating only
six mouths of thW yiar. tho pl.iar
tut 11,000.000 feet of luqihor. .Ivor
aging bettor titan Cu.ooo ft per
ds, according to reporu About lo
men were cm ploy od
'II'IIKS 'IO JOIN I.IMCUU
UAt'SANNK. Drc. II. Turkey
will Join tho laaguo ot nations
soon ns thu peace treaty Is signed ,
nt l4iiisanat, Istnet l'hj uonounc
ed today. As the league exorcises
general anvorvlslou over minority
populatloiiti, Isiuot'a announcement
oas Inturprotwl nB mealnng Tur
key will accept tho league's super
tltlou uter Oltrlittatis In Turkey,
"mMr -i'utvj, w-v jsaXwp'
-saf' M-Crj, 'Pr
Sti (Fwti-4 ,? ''
iT'5 A RrXTrteR A 3 -'vCL -
PLEASANT BUBDEn K CjfjV rJ4fA , ( ,j
A l AT ThaT . J , ML X- -
N - S " W'M EVERVBOOV
Fashion Show Dooms Flapper
Sliorl Mnir and Short Skirts Meet With Scant Favor;
Prim Quakerc:c Gets Storm of Applause '
I.AfrtAN.Vn, JJoc. U.Ehnrt faflli
u, I nhurt xktrtH ron'IUtlo favnr In
i lie fiinhlt n coiifi'trnee) Whhh I -n til
I'oiret. tbo I'urln rtll eendiifV"! :
hi- Oraml thnatra far tho fa Mort-lli-
rn- t!n ritl.t'irtl in LaUjmnaii f r
Dm Near Knittqra CMiferotW" '
Ton I'vrUlan mannlkltl ilimlared
uiorn than loo rottumts lie loin tho
ukruiilM ti-lilleice, wbletl rtjlntired
lit apiinitui by loud apptsilae. or wan
dradly tlt.'Ot whn a mannllila root
nd aerniti the itano In n Rwtntne
which did not nvtt the tennr ut tbe
'(illl CllUill Hunt
It .on Ixjcamo apimfeat that the
Klrlf coltntfd nioili tliar) tho rag.
itunifi.. It win difficult fur a nharp
i tin i red r.'tl tit rail fortfa much an
T T. '!'" """I a,,o""U
"alH'H'da rreatcr part of tho
male iwpt'on of the attiifenre
There were ipnlinlkltl Witb bit...
bed hair whlh wan (-artod. ootl liolt-
bed h ii it hi. h v .i phtst. r 'I ....v.it
straight There wero both l.I .n lea
EARRINGS FOR BOYS
Uinulieltallnu I'ltllu I'ynu minimi tt'iiili Hniilit by IIIkIi Sellout
Mudests Wlio Want More l.itlliitlo In Dre,
inthlon nete: ICirrisga lll bvilf we oven appear In peon pants
w. rn by high school boys Jn.. day Jast a slight dri-arturo frim tho con
curb year horuafter. j viatlonal look what happens.
That fablou nolo cot Ujo modolit "of course we don't e.ipct to win
tbo Ifial high acbool ytatefitty and , n n day. but look bow long it
brought frowns to tbo foreheads or took for tho stiff racettes to win.
tbe last ra -tors and tlTi atflong - J'cnr wo arc golsg to Irritate
tbe fair soi when tbe twjt appeared j oar elders nnd tho flappers with car-
This was no boylab pnmk. It .p. .
I""- U as no "atunt-star.ed for!
tba sola purpose of caltHag a l8gh:i
er for dlstrkllng Ftadeait' atndsi
f11!u -.tntllci. Kot at all. Ill wa ah
osproaslon of a crowing desire for!
omancliiatlon from convosttonal litv!
t eatb. n desire born of eountlc eara
ot obscrvlpg glrU array taainselvcs '
In the prevmlllng fiuhUns of tbo dayl
white iho bDjrs worn the same oir ' en that operatives .of the depart
duds, year la and year out. , ment of Jucllce shadowed members
1 That, at least, ta tbe statement of
nu.riudent. Iloro'a what ho said-
Karrlng Day U new n fixed au-1
utisl Instltuttun. On one day of each !
year herejlter we will take this
wean lu tMpue uy tiumtio tui
ui.ir.- latitude in dn
cow. Look bow -they d'-ll up. 8up-
poio wo did that. Wouldn't there
bp u lii'Wi go up! i I
"On tho other band, '1 fltrtuldn't
wo have tho same prlvll.c.'s as girls.!
Our fjrofatbeiB could tl'.g in lace i
and nifties, and nottilnp nald. Hut,1
OUR BRAIN FROM NOV
' V. & j.
,, jur.TTZKiiKra'?s&wrsrr ss ii. t
nnd hrucnttes with nhnrt hair, but
they ittlraftml llttlo attenion. '
All cyon were on tho glrM with Ions
linlr. rt-Kiirdlefi whrllier It wa red
ftoldcn or Mac. They r;tt nil tin-J
aiiplauie. And tbo more tnoJeat nnd I
dmnnrn tlm manntklu wiis. tho ureal
er her popularity with tho -spectator.
."nappy I'lnpprr In Dlraril
Tliti tnapiy flapper was clearly in
the dUcard, la tho opinion of the in
ternational crowd gathered nt T.nu
naiillo. and the wlllowey p.lrl In ex
raml7 long altlrta nnd with plal'.lv
droiued hair was In favor. TI.e
prlmn favorite nmotiK the mannlklm
wi n gray eyed llttlo Qtiakcrej.
with brown hair parted In the ml-
die. and simply dreMrd. Her nulls
nad gowns were all cray or blue, nnd
wlionovor the anwnrcil on tho ataitn
iho applatuo trail deafening, while
the morn flashy mannlkln. walklnn
Mill great affectation nnd dreased
. In cuufplcuoits red n I llow gownr-,
! wore greeted with little enthusiasm.
IS LATEST FASHION
I ring, ana until ttc win our point wo
' conilnuo the good work.
oy suffrage. Is our
Watch our smoke'"
TRAILED BY SLEUTHS
1--Ht- Minle nml Denied In D.uirIi-
"!' Imcniliiiicnt llt-urlm;
WASHINnTON. Dec. H. Charg-
I of congromi who attacked Attorney
ucncral Daughcrty. wcro mado and!
denied today at a bearing before
the bouse Judiciary committee on
Daughcrty Impeachment charges.
roi.-OXUD t'A.NDV KA1US
LONDON. Dec 13 An attempt
has been mado to nisaslnato Home
Secretary W. l HrldKeman by means
of poisoned clfocolales sent through
tho mall. Tho caudy arrived at tbo
home offlco yesterday. The police
found ll contained poltcn.
"Yes" by Radio
Miss Vclla Favo,
Just arrived In
Now York on tho
a wireless pro-
pouil from her
cwccthcart when j
tho ship was
rnllc.1 outside ot(
Now York. And
tliAn tiH ntsrM.fi I
tSmlVt- heart was mado,
happy and the
xntnneA .. rtlrtr.
A uiitaiiwu t,tttksv-j
. when M 1 s a
Favo'i "Yes" I
was Cashed tad -I
HIGH SCHOOL FIVE
WINS CLOSE GAME
FROM SACRED HEART
l-'lnal Score 15 to II!; GlrN Win
lity Victory Otcr Senior
Jutilnrti Ileal Sophomore
t S'luad No. C of the high school
barely escaped with a victory last
night over tho Sacred Heart acad
emy team. In Its first basketball
game of tho season. Tho final
worn was 15 to 12. In the girls'
(lass games thn sophomores had on
easy victory ovor the seniors, win
ning 12 to 0, and the Juniors de
feated the freshmen 12 to S, mak
ing three victories and no defeats
The fight put up by the acad
emy boys, who mado no subitltU'
lions during tho game, was con
sidered highly commendable. Tho
score at the end ot tho first half
was C to 0 lo tho academy's favor.
At tho start cf tbo second half they
started their scoring again and IV
looked llko an easy victory for them
until Arthur Peck and Herbert I-an
dls, substituting for two other high
school players, started a combination
that soon ran tbo high school's scoro
high enough to enable them to win.
Four of ho academy boys In the
team are in high school while the
other li in tl-eighth grade.. Four
bo)s who nro in high school have all
played before but bat'o practiced
very little this year. The other boy,
who is In the eighth grade, has never
played any basketball prior to this
year. Ileorge Connors and Archie
Marshall starred for the academy.
Oeorge Connors sccred threo baskets
and Archie Marshall scored ono Dns-
ket. They both played excellent
games throughout. Cecil Matt and
Alex Demon both scored a basket.
Arthur Pack starred for the high
school, although he substituted for
another player In tho last of the
second half. I To scored 10 points by
throwjug five baskets, In quick suc
cession, Herbert L.imlls aiid iloland
Cofer each scored a, basket and f.an
die threw one foul.
Although tho blah school made
frequent substitutions, out of all th?
men that played only two had over
hdd any experience prior to this
year, which accounted large: Mr
their poor passing and shooting.
In the sophomere-senlor game the
sophomores had It nil their way,
srorlng four points In the first half
und eight points In the last half.
(lertrude Smith, Frances Heed.
and Mary Whltellne starred for tbo
sophomores. Mary Whltellnc's play
ing ut guard was a feature of tbe
game, being greatly responsible for
not allowing the seniors to score.
Gertrude Smith threw threo baskets
and Frances Heed threw two bask
ets.' Anna Mlchaclsou scored tbo re
In tho Jiinlor-treshmcn game tho
Juniors had tery llttlo troublo In win
ning although the freshmen held
the Juniors down to four points In
tho last half.
Ilounlo Lucas, and (Icrlrtidu Moore
starred for the Juniors showing good
team work ns forwards and very
good ability nt shotting baskets,
The.ro wcro uo outstanding stars on
the froshmon team.
(Continued on Page 3)
18 DIE TRAIN WRECK
lli'iity Death Toll Token lu Sou
l.lno nml S. P. Accidents
THOHPK, Wis.. Dec. 14. One
was killed nnd several badly Injur
ed today wlmu u Soo lino passenger
train collided head on with a freight
train near here.
HOUSTON. Tex Doc. 14. 'iho
death of seven moro today brought
thu toll of last night's Southern l'u
clflc wreck at Humble near hero, to
I", All woro scalded by escuplug
C. C. HFJHG
Oregon' 'Application For
Rail Development to Be
Heard at Portland
WASHINGTON, Dec. H. Janu
ary 1G has been named as tho date
and Portland tbo placo for the hear
ing of tho Oregon public sorvlce com
mission's application tor action 'by
the Interstate commerce commission
for construction ot now railroad lines
!n Kastcrn Oregon.
This application Is under provision
ot tbo transportation act, giving au
thority for construction of exten
sions when required by public con
venience and necessity. It Is direct
ed to tbe Central Pacific, Southern
Pacific and Union Pacific systems,
all ot which are Involved In the pro
posed program of extensions from
Crane, Uend, Kirk and Lakovlaw, io
as to glvo through connections un
der common user privilege
Kxnuilner Jewel Assigned
Kxamlncr Jewel has been assigned
lo conduct tho hearing. Charles Mo
ran, president ot tho Nevada, Cali
fornia & Oregon railway, has, advlt
:! tho commission that be believes
tbo extension of his line northward
from Lakovlcw Is the most practical,
and Intends to build as soon as cir
cumstances permit. Ho has asked
to participate In tbo bearing.
Tho Oregon Public Scrvlco com
mission's application for additional
railway lines In Central Oregon was
prepared by II, II. Corey, representa
tive on tbe commission troiV Eastern
Oregon. Corey petitioned--the na
tional commission to order 'the rail
roads to compjoto line connecting
up unfinished lines la tbo Interior ot
Uwtfctjic. . . '$h
Extensions Songht .
Tbe lines asked were tho Natron
cut-off, extension of tho Union Pa
cific from Crane to Odell on the Nat
ron line, extension of the lino from
ilk'iid to Odell and connection ot
Lakevlew olther to tbe Crane-Odell
lino or to Klamath Falls.
This construction would amount
to several hundred miles ot track-
ago nnd Is estimated by railroad men
to necessitate au Investment ot. ap
NIMRODS STAY HOME
Poor Attcitdonco tit Association
Meet llrlngi Postponement
The meeting ot the Klamath
Sportsmen's association last night
was very poorly attended, and this
fact was a matter ot disappointment
to those Intorestod In hunting and
fishing In Klamath county. Several
questluus ot vital Importance wero
to have been taken up, but on ac
count of the lack ot attendance It
was thought necessary to defer dis
cussion until tho next regular nick
ing, the second Monday In January.
Represeutntive-clect Kzell was
present, and tho matter ot securing
u member from this county on thu
atute game commission was ono of
tho questions that was to have come
before the meeting, as woll as the
report of tho representatives recent
ly soul to tho mooting ot tho -Western
association ot Game Commission-
"Thoro aro several other matters
coming up to which tho sportsmen
ot this vIcIuTty must give their at
tention Immediately, It they don't
waul to bo left 'holding the sack,' "
said an officer ot tho association.
"Ono of theso Is tho tentulvo propos
al ot placing Tulu lako region In the
game rofuges contemplated under
tho federal migratory bird bill bo
"Tho sportsmen ot Klamath coun
ty can do a great deal lo help thorn
selves In, theso various questions It
tiicy will got together and go (o
work, but If thoy contlnuo In their
present staia ot lethargy they will
wake up somo fine morning to find
that thoy bavo nothing left but their
shoo strings ,and they wou't have
much usq for thoao."
PORTLAND, Dec. 14,-rCatjle,
strong, hogs and sheep steady, eggs
firm, butter strong,
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