The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, November 05, 1927, Page 8, Image 8

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5. Mt
Champion Spud j Armed Guards To (Try New Charge Old Logger Not j
Stop Ticketing On Sinclair But (lone, Is ISeliel :
Picker Will Be
Named At Ball
'Tlio champion "ttu picker of
Klii't nth I'onntv ts to bt t'trm
)nl Kl thf Swomt Annt.nl rotto
tV.lr vlilrh ill be hold In tlio
n V Kalr Uulldliit; nsrt Tuciilsy
- VI tl-. y'Min? li'j-fc nr rra,-
llr)i - i lu- ivttio f'n, hut thv
t. W ' iv t hard tltuo f.ir th
I""iti for rumnr liai It thut
"lltink" Pfmon and Sam Dih-llxp'-r
hnr laid ont a ronrsc un
tUr uivi-r of llnnfc's Mi! red rc.rn.
M th.y. Cittt uiaso the iutot-s
loLav.v
hil iborn urn iiivst'Tion
Inv " aruui'.d Torn Wallers' cvliar
Irs. look sifptrlniis. A man thnt
' vstt 1fl.ftrto rmkv Inmlis
'jiiH httvo little trunblo rorral
Ir.jf '-i tr-w potatot-s.
KrVtrunrt rules require revr
rn' tn K'amath county and th
l-miylnit nf SOO sacks of spuds
It' year. Conditions will be
No Ac lion Taken
WASHINGTON. Nov. , (P.
TV r.ov rnmul'ii prnim-utnra tin
rVrto.ik today to hrlnir atlll
arothi-r format fhara that, of
it tempt fd Jury tampering
I a:-Vnt Harrr , F. Sinclair, Ilic
i mi'Unntitr lessee of Twapot
pKxvrn. vi.. v. t. (t'l-i
-Armrd with rlut (run, auto
mailt' rvv.ilvi r. uurt th authori
ty of tho at:ii ifi mn DiovoJ
' !it' tiis ronthcrn Colorl rottl
atrtk art.i tunisM with orders
f.-o:.i Governor W. II. Adams to
( - top picketing.
lh :-. nse.t ruard, arere on-
r:if i tu -v.'iri of ths state's r.me. and then qttlrkly termed
ia- nnior. wm bateau, vfclrh themselves. A warrint fr Slit
R.iw.or Ad.itr revived to rn-'iUlr't arrest aa rescinded an
force the antl-plrkatln law. I. hour and a half after It had
W. W str.k.n t.-ar that a atMdy , teen ttnrl IM-trlot Attiney
Cordon declared the wnrralil had
fli w of miners Lack tn work
means iefi.it of tha atrlko unless
they c u Intimidate the workers
luto f: in; iiway from their
Julia.
Tito bureau. on.c organised for
he enforccm-nt if prohibition
l:iv. s. hid no! neon In existence
ior several ve.r.
The dlFpauh of the guards fol
lowed intermittent picketing by
I. W. '$ agitators. Growing pear
sentiment was reported among
been Issued through error. It
had bern ssorn out by Assistant
TAt'OM A. Wash.. Nov. j
i The ny that the old tenner la i
paiwlnii and that workers in tho f
woodt nre below the utriolnnt tif ;
tho past Reiteration was vtcoroita- (
ly refuted toitny by .. T. Mur. j
ray. president of the West Kork j
LoKln t'ouuianv. Tacoiua. who ,
was tho prlnelpal speaker at :
tho morninx session of the .I'ael- :
f UCKln runcrinj now hold- I
InR Its ls:U auuual eonvenUoii j
here. . . I
Mr. Murrny'a subject was the,
ehanalna ondltlons In ramp Dre
amt labor, lie described how j
modern conditions. InelutUnK hot-
li.jtrtit Attorney Iturkinshiw, luster .roads. automohllt, perman-
To Stay In Bed
To Keep Health
PARIS, Not. . (VP) On th
Tertte of collapse following a
strenuous week In Paris, Ruth
Elder was ordered by her physl- j
jclan to remain In hed Friday
.-hir.o'of the Jury tainoerlna in-
'attaatlon which resulted In a
mistrial earlier thia we-h In the
Teapot Dome conspiracy vase.
A business associate of Sltt
latr'I. Henry Mason Iy. wai
r.rrt-sted. however, on a warrant
similar to that broiiRht aaaiust
Sinclair and then revoked. Day
was rvleased on $35,000 hail.
Tho district attorney indicated
after revocation of the Siuclnlr
warrant that no action would be
taken axaiust the oil magntte
nnlesa and until the grand Jurj
now ronaldertng the Jury tamper
lne charge had returned aa In-dl.tmont.
nt camps aud lienor llvfug con
dltiis have transformed the log
ging camp of the old days to a
civic center which attracts tnea
of the best class.
NURSE ASKS BIG .
ACCIDENT DAMAGE
tfHlcalty the same as in the""" 'lasers nuring ma nay ami
t'eidS ai k, and potatoes will "'" operators reported that an
be iurnlahed. For the winner Increasing number of men had
there, will be a gold potato, and returned to work,
tar the losers all the natato chins I
TUh;n"T": ?.c"lRuth Elder Told
ftskrd to furnish entrants from
thrtr district: Harry Booth. Hen
lay;.' Jess Johnson, Mt- Lakl, S.
!;. behllnger. Lost Riror; S. P.
Prerson. Lone Pine: Ray Klns
mil. Pine Grove; Robert Dalton,
Merrill; J. Leland Tope. Adam
Paiai: Horlena Bros.. Mallo; Mc
Vy Btus.. Tnle Lake: Fred
intern, lonna uiey: jonn Tnr- ' ' T..." ,St E.lr " 1 n t.Mtlfy beeause his statement
ner. I-angcll Valley; A. B. Pastel. niT.Z? mi "" Incriminate him.
Forr Klamath: L. H. Mueller. H T--,He .et.Ho- Through his attorney Day said
Lakeshora Gardens. tlonal Aeronautic association.
, . : guarded her door, ushering away . , . . . ... . , ".
''r . .. .. . he refused to testify and Justice
Many Cases Mace r-le
any irmy
PORTLAXI), Ore., Nov. i. CP) ,
Damages totaling JIGti.suo
were demnnded lu a suit filed to-1
1 dny by Virginia Shaw, a nurse. I
against 'P. T. Ainte. office f urul- I
ture. manufacturer, as a result of
an automobile a c I d e n t. Tho
complaint charges that Aluge,
Pay had refused to testify on P' "i.e -n e. . urove
the-ground that he could not be hlf" Into the plaintiff s auto
made to become a witness against ! h,!c- "s"1"! ho,r ,' hTZa
himself. The grand Jury report
ed this back to Chief Justice
McCoy who inquired whether IViy
stood in the position of refusing
through the windshield. Sh
charged she uffcr.d pertitancut
Injuries. I (
For results ns News Casa Ada
Jury Body Monday
' man will leave Parts at
a. m. Saturday for Cherbourg to
j board the Aquilania which anils
tor New York at S: JO p. m.
t All her new dresses, shoes and
' a dosen new hats were parked
declared that msy offenders are Friday in the one trunk which
m1-.j r i . i . .l ... - . . i
trlnJ (nr. ... . ,... r,i ' W ,m 10 Klamath
aa. 4s.. A muuri u unriWi mim ciuv. 1 raiu.
Irbotiaaed rrom Page One)
TesterSlay. the dlstrtrt attorney!
to what connection it
hnd with Harry P. Sinclair and
the employment of Horns detec
tives to shadow the Jurors who
were hearing the Pall-Sinclair
case.
At least three cases of assault
be
exnlained. "can
with deadly weapons, one of an envelope.
loera involving a Negro knifing -Most of my trunk is filled
tray. wl come before the Jnrors. with souvenirs tor my husband
These are concerned with Claude and friends."
(lalnes, Tula lake rancher, ar-! The aviatriv's only Jewelry Is
rested for allegedly shooting at a platinnm necklace, attached to
Jrck Slater and O. 7. Robertson: which hnncs the only relic of her
Try Our
Luncheons
hiaatmtail aWstliniKlitivak I a
- jyuwitc 07 viiiwicut carv,
of thm aiik and Injured. I
50
Hotel Willard
Coffee Shoppe
. the State vs. Stlnson. a case
crowing out of an alleged knife
i-t s-lscoa. colored, on a
follow Negro, and that which
IrsVVm Harbergcr and bis sou
who- Vre reputed to have knifed
a rrin nsmed Rw at the Klam
ath Lumber aud Drw mi:i recent
ly. . .
Five lorccny cases will corae
tlailtr the grand Jury's ctentinn.
as veil as a numbtr of false pro-ten"-
Oiid larcccy ca.ei.
.!ctpite the larce colume of
be xrjs before the Jury, tho ses
sion is not expected to last mum
thati three days, Duncan r-tid.
EHCWNLEES START
, ' INSURANCE SUIT
plane Amerl"an Cirl. w!ilh
burned and sank "Ss the crew
ef the Dutch tanker Einn-dTi-ht,
who recued the fliers, at
tempted to salvage the plane.
The relic is the ksy to the caliin
door. She prizes It.
Miss Elder probably is lh
only Amcrlcen tourist who ptiw
Paris without visiting Mont
roarte at nipht or tnkin; a ride
Irv the suliwjy.
Bc-'ide creating fashions in
clothes by tho simple proce of
ordering them. Miss Elder has
had a coiffure named In her
honor.
KLAMATH'S MOST1 MODERN GROCERY STORE
.-t.iV rm- knv. i a
n I t' r-.
rORTt.AXD. Ore. Nov. 4. F
Puit to collect $5,000 life in
auixncc on one of the boys lost
on Mount Jiooj Jautiary 1 la:
whs filc-d lu circuit court today.
Jofctpu and Barbara llrownlce,
parents of Lc.'lle J. Drownlco.
one of the mountain vlct!:ns. wox'j
plal-.HUfs. Tho Mutual Benefit
and Accident association of Neb-r-irka
was defendant.
For Sale or Lease
My residence at 72-
Washington. A jrood
tk'.tl to the riKht
party. -
L. 0. Arens
Phone 797
s
cramp.
It can't
HRIfNK
ii .11
cnoiee. or wrm?ie
In.
THE EVERFIT COLLAR
of this amazing soft shirt
WHATEVER size of shirt you wear,
you'll find it here, and what's
mure you'll find ic still the fight size
after being laundered 100 times. Drop
in and look over our fresh stock of
Shirtcraft shirts w ith Fvcrfit collars -the
greatest advance in shirtmal.ing since
the introduction of the coat-stvlc shirt.
t- -as
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Saturday and Monday Specials'
- Cross & Blackwell'a ORANGES "
SWEET PICCALILLI One Dozen, 40c
Imported from London One Additional Dozen
Jar 45c lc
. Crosse & Blackwell'a " SWEET, SPUDS
SWEET CHUTNEY . , '
PICKLES 5 Pound 20c
. . . , , , One Additional Pound
Imported from London
Jar 45c lc
Crosae & Blackwell'a POTATOES
PICKLED ONIONS 10 Lbfc Combination.
15c
Imported from London One Additional Pound
Jar 45c lc
Crosse & Blackwell'a MACARONI
CHOW CHOW S Pounds 35c
Imported from London One Additional Pound
Jar 45c lc
Crosse & Blackwell'a SPAGHETTI
SWEET MIXED . D . '
PICKLES Pounda 50c
. . . , , , One Additional Pound
Imported from London
- Jar 45c lc -
Crosse & Blackwell'a PINK BEANS
SWEET PICKLED. - . , '
GHERKINS n fp A
. . . , , , One Additional Pound
Imported from London i
Jar 45c lc '
Crosse & Blackwell'a f- PALMOLIVE, CREME
KIPPERED HERRINGS OIL or MISSION BELL
,6 Bart 50c ,
Imported from London One Additional Bar
Large Can, 45c lc
Jamea Keiller & Sons H. O. QUICK OATS
DUNDEE ORANGE , , .
MARMALADE Lare Pk' 40c
Imported from London It haa a distinctive and
65c better flavor.
COUNTRY HENS, lb : : 25c
1927 SOFT SHELL WALNUTS 25c
All Orders Amountino; to $1.00 or Over Delivered
Without Extra Charge
PUBLIC MARKET
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THE CALL OF FALL
You can feel it in your bones
The ccrid smell of burning leaves
Pigskins spiraling down the stadiums, -Its
time to' think of new Fall clothes.
. We're Ready r
. Suits Overcoats Top Coats
KUPENHEIMERS and PATRICKS
.' Fine Fall Styles
Suits .v., $27.50 $34.50 $39.50
Top Goats . $24.50 $29.50-$34.50 up
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