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THE KLAMATH NEW
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KLAMATH FALLS, ORE., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1924.
Price Five Cents
0f DOAU ON
8iv FKANnSCO. Oct. 20.
JLi Dl today and ,ler
In the citjr headed south
5, Taking the roast rout, for
Vlto. She wn sighted of
Kama Cm ai 7:00 p. m. making
; ,fd etlmaled at 10
hourly. Ji;nK hindered by fog and
I'UANCISCO. Oct. 20.
(Cited .w After having
nade fast lime with favorable
weather condition after leaving
Camp Lewi", ""til passing Kur-
tU. Lilll J:4 iuu;. lira
Tailed Stati-" naval dirigible
Sletandoh encountered head
wind which delayed her a she
drew mr Kan Francisco. The
intBWiHiter struck the ship be
itffi Pulnt Arena and Point
fltye. where a heavy fog lay In
The headwinds encountered
near Cape Mendocino. Calif.. In
treaed a she proceeded south
ward, cutting speed from 60 to
lem than 3U miles per hour. She
heal her way against a 3 mile
kreete. 'ommander Zachary
Undnne of the Shenandoah
radioed naval headquarters that
It would he Impossible to reach
San Francisco before tbla evc
iog. G O. P. SPEAKER
The city cluncll held an early
meeting last evening, convening
at 4:00 o'clock so an to finish
early and allow the members to
attend the Lambert Murphy con
cert. Practically no business was
I'onK'dered except to pass the
building permits for the week
which amounted to $7,050. being
for seven structures rang'ng from
$2,700 down to $200 In esti
PRES. C. EBERT
C. H. (iliM Spoke Tlx-rc I'lml
Of Heri, of AdilrPHN for
The first of a aeries nf renuh-
lima political rallies for Klam
ath county was held last nlirht.
b' first meeting being at Oiiiio
qulB and the speaker being C. H
Quite a number of the lo
l enthusiasts for Coolldge and
'awes went up to Cbiloquln with
The fullure of Glos to arrive
wheduie caused the seuding
William Marx, nn attorney of
Klamath Falls, to fill the en
Moment which had been ar
rayed at Pelican Bay for Glos.
The meeting today at which
' will speak will be at Jthe Al
Kma l.unther company at 1 p.
nd at Fordney hall, Lorella.
J, Wednesday Glos will talk - at
"anna Lumber company at
-- aim u, nig L,aKe8 Box COm-
wny at 1:15, while In the eve-
k tne artdresse will be at Mer
i. O. p. hall at 8 o'clock.
mJZ"IwP Ore., Oct. 20.
. ; ,,W! Round the
IIoslL"'" wroutt to Sint
ti.ii ! yni"- from Said Point
at T. rfaule- wh.. arrived here
en J.- m 'day f-otn En
fW. 'ney w" hop to San
Derm.0 '""day If weather
The great American tenor
Itnbert Murphy has been heard
and enjoyed by the music loving
M-ople of Klamath Falls.
Last night a capacity house
beard this singer and his two
very able and pleading assistants.
Miss Stella Steel and Miss H
Nil nui k.
Each selection which Murphy
offered to the audience was given
repealed applause and many en
core followed. ,
Th repertoire of Lambert
Murphy included a number of
classical compositions but was In
terspersed with modern music.
M;s Niemack Is a violinist of
..rtna'iiprnt.l renown and she
whs called back repeatedly as she
played last night. Miss Steel
shows a wonderful undemand
ing of the piano and has a re
markably delkate touch.
The Kiwanis club which
hroueht this enteruinment to
Klamath Falls U receiving very
favorable commendation and
everyone Is looking forward to
the next number which is the
Russian Artists to be here Nov.
C. OF C. FORUM
CHICAGO. 111., Oct. 20.
(United News) Cojinter charges
of a "slush fund" by the La Toilette-Wheeler
ticket were made
today in a statement Issued from
the republica'n hadquarters here
over the name of William M. But
ler, national chairman. Butler
asked Senator Borah, chairman
of the senate campaign fund com
mittee, to- summon witnesses
from Wisconsin to tell of the pro
posal to raise $500,000 In that
Mtate alone for the independent
ticket. If the same ratio was
followed other states, the La Fol-l.tte-Wheeler
fund would fie
higher than the republican fund.
Butler said. Senator Borah and
other members of his committee
are due to begin the inquiry Into
the slush fund charges tomor
row afternoon in Washington.
BERLIN. Oer.. Oct. 20.
(United News) Pres'dent Ebert
today Issued a proclamation die
solving the German Reichstag.
The German cabinet crisis came
to a head todav after It seemed
likely that the difficulties might
be solved. The attitude of the
nationalists, who refused to Join
the coalition unless they were
given four posts was final straw.
The forum luncheon Wednes
day of this week will pe un
usually-Interesting wun en
tertainment, features and snappy
a thta luncheon you will
io.rn i h ernirieance w
,r ih Modoc and Klam
ath Indian tribes. Just how all
this will be done Is not w
given out before the meeting but
It will be interesting.
Th. hmir of meeting Is 12:15
nnri .hose attending should be on
hand early as ,the late comew
will mfcw some of the Interesting
stunts which have Deen prei.areu
HALL NOV. 4
It. R. Howard Her From Port,
land Chamber of Commerce to
Help Holvw IVoblems
Marketing and land settlement
nre the problems which R. R.
Howard of Portland, now In
Klamath Falls, has Jor his con
sideration and work.
Howard is connected with the
Portland charrtber of commerce
and is helping in the publicity
department In connection with
the $300,000 fund which the
Portland chamber has raised and
which will be expended in the
next two years In attracting set
tlers to Oregon.
The standardization of Ore
gon products is going forward ac
cording to Howard, the first work
having been done on prunes,
later the cranberry growers have
standardized their crops, as have
the walnut men of the Willam
ette valley. The . great work
needed now Is with the dairy in
dustries of the state in order that
grade of butter which will
stand hign in any maraei. can ue
Howard came nere aner nav
ng been through Coos, Douglas,
Josephine and Jackson counties
n this land settlement-ana mar
keting work. Twenty counties
have local organizations to co
operate with the Portland cham
ber In this worn.
From here Howard Is going to
nend and possibly on Into Crook
ay i '-Manrnn Falls hlgh-
nt th.. ""farted many hunters
hn..- at 'y during the nast 48
day 'm V R- 0,(,n says that Bun
fniimt ho ran,o suddenly
truck W r,lrve ttnd the car
hr th. i. r tnat "eeroed blinded
" went,,hdll,Kh.", 0Ul ot "'
" dn.. .irk hut co"ld not find
the ca, ho"Bh ,ne fflTder cur
e numim -. j ,
" " til uepr rrnnmiiK
ni u'lih the
match between Heifry Burke and
non.nnta Slneh at Moose hall
November 4 will be election news
i.nih local and national
The bout promises to be of
.af interest, the conteatanU
"..ti- fne the middleweight
cVampionshlp belt of the Pacific
. Tim two men will weigh
it Mini. v - .
a . icn nn the day of the
il hi w - - -
Perhaps a hundred people
eathered at Scandinavian ball
last night at political meeting
raUod bv the Central Labor
K. F. DuL'ey pres'ded and the
follow-ne candidates spoke: W.
O. Siritth, Garrett Van Riper, P.
E. Burke. Fay Morris. M. E.
Breuner. Fred R. Goddard. Burt.
Hawkins, T. M.-- Durham and
Burrel Short. W. T. Lee spoke
on behalf of Jeff Myers, candi
dacy for state treasurer.
In ooening the meeting Duffey
stated that organized labor of the
nation has endorsed the candl
dacy of Robert M. La Follette
and Burton K. Wheeler.but that
no stand had been taken on lo
cal candidates and the gathering
was lor tne purpose oi nearing
All the speakers made clear-
cut talks, some even extending
their remarks to the size of ad
dresses. The applause given each
speaker showed, that there were
friends of the candidates present.
DR. DAVIS TO
; CONTINUE HIS
ON GUN BOAT
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 20.
(United News) Four men are
dead and 18. hurt following an
explosion on the U. S. S. Trea-.
ton, navy scout crniser wnire at
target practice off Cape Henry.
Va., according to meager Infor
mation reaching the nary depart
ment tonight. The cruiser head
ed toward Norfolk as soon as the.
explosion occurred and is Xo be
met by ambulances to remove the
injured, some of whom are in
ON DUCK HUNT
The second of the series of il
lustrated sermons was presented
Sunday morning, October 19 by
Rev. VWW. Davis of the 1m
manuel Baptist church. Dr
Davis, with the aid of hand
drawn sketches, explained the
plan of salvation as set forth by
Seth, the third son of AdaraT and
Eve, to the people of antideluvtan
Next Sunday morning, Dr
Davis will continue presentation
of the plan of salvation, and
will bring to his audience his
Ideas' concerning the petrifies
tion of animals which are con
Btantly being exhumed by sclen
lists. A cordial invitation is ex-
tendedvto the public to attend
these sermons. .
Lambert Murphy, the Ameri
can tenor here on a tour. Is go
ing duck hunting today. He hap- .
pens to have an extra day just
at this time aid is accepting 'an
invitation extended by the Ki
wanis club to Murphy before he-
left Nc-w York when he unaies
the trip to the duck grounds to-,
day. ' '
There has been some interest
ing discussion among -members of,
the club as to whom-would fall'
the honor of showing how it Is
donenere. but the matter was
fimia'bly settled and quite a party
Is going along with George M
sey as leader and Fred Houston
as chief duck hunter, the others
of the party tfeing simply re
trievers. SLOGANS WILL
BE FOUND ON
PAGES 4 AND 5
The slogan contest is on today.
You will f!nd it fullv explained
on pages four and five. If you'
want to earn come cash or pos
sibly a pearl necklace better get
busy now. -
Thee arre 24 slogans to locate
and then a short letter to write
on some one of the slogan own--ers.
Get your answers in by
CAN HAVE JURY
SPARTANBURG, S. C, Oct.
20. (United News) The Pied
mont district of South Carolina
was severely shaken today by an
earthquake. Tremors were felt
in town and cities of Spartan
burg and Greenville. Windows
rattled and pictures dropped from
the walls. - '
PACIFIC TRIP IN
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 20.
(United News) The dirigible
7n. rpnnmed Los Angeles, will
soon leave Lakehtirst, N. J., for
n tmnscontlnenta Ilignt to tne
"" . . ..iiminAries In a trsnscontinenia ingm m
Several good prelim narles i w H according to
wrestl na and boxing Will DO pre r iv Wllhnr
;.V.4 . entertain the crowds. I tary ui. -
WASHINGTON. D. C. Oct. 20.
(Urtlted News) The United
States, supreme court today
ruled constitutional that section
of the Clayton act which pres
cribes trial for strikers fMred
with contempt of court. It was
held that railway strikes under
the Clayton act. are entitled to
trial bv iurv when brought into
UNDERWOOD HAS c0l,rt ot charges of a violation of
iujuin:i l"u. hi ' nor-; 1
n a XTirrt a rnACC uan xuuuen ana eignr, omer siriK
BAlNlNhiK AtKUOS Ing employees ot the Chicago. St.
Paul and Omaha railroad rm.
MAIM ITRFFX Pany were convicted of contempt
of Wisconsin. During the 1922
shopmen's strike trial by Jury
was denied them and they ap
peal to the supreme court, i
The only political banner
across Main street so far is the
one for Underwood which marks
the location of his headquarters
in the Reckard Auto rooms, cor
ner of Sixth and Main.
Fen Wa'te hi the offleiad pub
licity head for the organization
which is made up of a number
of Klamath county boosters .for
C. H. Underwood for county
It. is stated that the plan In
eludes getting members of the
club all over the county, there
being no Initiation fee or dues it
Is believed that goodly number
DAWES PLAN TO
BE CARRIED ON
LONDON. Oct. 20. (United
News) Disolution of the Ger
man Reichstag and the generil-
electlon Is not to Interfere with.
the progress of the Dawes plan
according to authorities opinion
"as uent rnmlilArnhlv