The Klamath news. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1923-1942, December 24, 1927, Page 8, Image 8

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1S27.
Y11E KT.AMATTI NBWH
Chevrolet Will
Bring Out New !
Line of Autos!
Hickman's Mother Can't Believe
Her Son Responsible for Crime
! KANSAS CITY, Ic. S3. (AIM
liKTnOIT. IVc 2.V (AT ' William Edward Ill.km.n-.
Th Chevrolet envision ot me
Goneral Motor Corporation. chief
competitor of the Kurd Motor Tar
company, will bring out a "com-;
pine new udd m .t, omv rrimne In criminal annals. folunel K.trmis told her there
nary 1, II was announced today. Kv(M1 nlll confession printed In i as no question hut what her ou
hy V. 8. Knudson. preaident of morning paper waa hearsay lu Im-.ilWnied. SHU he refused
the Chevrolet company. effect, to Mr. Kva Hickman. to believe, thonah fearful doubts
rroduction of the new model,! "It Just can"t be true," he toriui.V. her Km I. rally waa
w.M.l n pnrolcd after eonfeas
Inc to to;ory white working In
mother .,111 could not belle.
today. She refused to sco her son , c iv.;v.vc ).,, rttally did
aa a kidnaper, holdup man. and this. Ca.i: n" asked Mn HUk-
actor in one of the most grue- man.
I.rl.t tu the lat d'.tch for
-Attempting Theft's,
ha h..Bn n niter ' Cried .
... i. ik. Knnin4n,.-. v.ri,,.,. ' Then awful doubts asaiiled her mould
way In the companv t variou. aa- . .
.embly plant, sine December U- mlnrt nd M,nt , mesMSe f her. 1 1. , a .iii him they'll Kt'l
No detail, of what changes i, hm , ,,. ,,, jail . Mm " she ..oV-H-d when told of
have been mado nor of prices of M ndletnn. Ore., charted with .his ccpturv.
the various body tyles will be the kidnaping and murder .of "They won't atve him a chance
available, the announcement .aid. ' Marian Parker In l.os Angeles, to any anything for himself. Oh
until January 1. "Your mother, brothers, and ' I must get to him some way. at
! sisters still believe in you." said once. He nMs me no badly."
T . . .the message. "Be truthful, and j She ill Interrupted of shout.
P. Y.I nnVll1! SllOI ' trust In Cod. !' long to be with of shout, of newsbova filtered
me to wait. I am prny.r.B he will ; ' Extra, extra, killer found.
me come to you." 'echoed through the building aa
"Cap" Edwards Is Lieutenant neighbor, scrambled for papers.
rOKTLAND. Ore., Dec. 13. (A. Charles L. Kdwards. former Kan-, All withdrew, except the daugh
P.) Harry Ede. !4, recently re- ras City chief of police and ad-' ter. Mary aud the three .on.
leased from the at.tte prison, was'viser of the fimily. to whom Ed-'who have homea In Kansj. City,
hot through the left knee short-j
InoSlirnTarJnjured In Brawl, jXmas Party at
chase that started yesterday on i
the Columbia river highway and j
he dashed fromHha .-ar at Kerby The injuries which W. Scott,
and Russell streets. j restaurant employe, received last
It was Ede's second attempt 1 Wednesday night were the re-1
10 beat the law. police say, and suit of a drunken brawl, accord- ;
la each instance he failed when'ing to a tale which he told;
a policeman used his gun. . ! Kieth Ambrose, chief of police,
i Patrolman Keegan, who was yesterday at a local hospital.
with Sinner today shot Ede I ne alleged Lee Harrington. I
through the wrist In January. , Andy Clum. John Corrigan. and
1S14. to end an alleged car steal- himself had enraged in a free
ing escapade. for-all fight just across the
Police said Ede secured the southern Pacific track, aa a re
sedan In Pendleton yesterday and aun 0f which he received a beat
waa located again today on Wtl-'ing ,n() Kerrigan was bruised
llama avenue, where the chase ani badly cut.
started. I
Divers Locate
Lost U-Boats
In Baltic Sea
lilt) LATVIA. Dvc. SJ. HUM
Two German submarines, which
had disappeared tnysicrl.iuaiy
during the World War. have been
discovered by Lalvtnn diver at
the bottom of the Hallle, off the
litvlati coast lu a place called
"The Death Chamber" expert,
believe that the two I'-boats
'upermp- -nd she Indicated she foundered as a result of a col-
KELLEY HEARING
TO BE POSTPONED
supremo rutin will probably poal-1 FLYING FIELD AT
pone for on week the hearing of.t prMni FTfllM S1MiWY
SALEM. Ore.. Hot. 13. (AIM
It, cause of the, Illness of Judge; for his part In the
the ' Kelley h.tbeaa corpus case.
It waa scheduled for today. Kel-
I ivj m riinim ,u vim h mi iihi mmwv i
prison dellv.
Martin L. Plpca of Portland, at- cry of 'August. IU2S, la on ai
toruo tor Ellsworth Kelley, the peal before the supreme court,
1 flying to Pendlvluu should uollty
him of the tlni of Ihfclr einerleil
i arrival so Hut markings mi lh
i, Id can be aaepl clear of a
PENDLETON, Or,'., Doc. SI. ' light allow. The. field Is III good
(AP) John Peterson, In clmrgo ' condition, ho report., although
of the local uvliillon field, asked Iho snow clouds may drop lower
that any aviators conlemplutlng i making the visibility poor
Is Scott's Story Hall Success
(Continued from Page One)
llslon under water because their
turret, were shut tight.
Divers located the two auh
marines today at a depth of 1SS
feet and reported trot the vea
sels were only .lightly damaged
and could be raised.
Near the Herman craft the
divers discovered also the wreck
of the Russian destroyer "Kas
aneta" which wa. lost during the
war through striking a floating
mine.
Barbers Put Out
100 Free Trims
Approximately 101) children
were takeu by local barbers to
the Christmas tree given by the
firemen and policemen In front
of the city hall Inst night, after
each child hnd received a hair
cut and shave donated by the
barbers of the city In coopera
tion with the Christmas commun
ity chceit.
At the conclusion of the even-
. PATENT MEDICINE i
Army-Navy Pleas firm is rebuffed.
IVrriwnarl I Innn 1
a. tuiuivu uajiria
SALEM. Ore.. Dec., S3. (API
An application of Charles Dean.
:M. D.. Inc., a remedy company of
"We have already started plan
ning for next year," Ambrose
stated at the conclusion of this
first party which Is to become
an annual affair, "and next year
we hope to be able to put it over
more succesrfully and mora ex- .,., ., .,. h.rlK,r round-
tenslvely " ed up the children In his care
and. saw that each one arrived
home safely. The kiddle had
been picked up earlier In the
evening by the big bus of the
It. It. It. Oarage and taken to
the barber shops.
Jack Murphy, in behalf of the
slbly might have been an ac- barber'a union, wishes to thank
quaintanre of "The Fox." j Itay Anderson and the K. It. it
Similarly confusion arose over Garage for donating their bus.
the possible identity of the wo- and wish to thank Mrs. Wright
man. June Dunning, rharterlied of the community chest and the
by "The Fox" as a companion of teachers of Fremont, Central.
schools for their as-
Confusion Over
Kramer Growing,
(Contlnard from face One)
WASHINGTON. Dec. ti. (CP)
Reports emanating from war Portland, to sell f 50.000 in pre- Kramers'. and Mills
department officials representing ferred stock in Oregon has been June and her sister. Rose, are.aistance.
the Army a. being lamentably denied by Mark D. McCallister. known slightly to police and both j
short of munitions and similar state corporation commissioner, have been named in connection t
reports that the Navy is In bad The report of an Investigation of i with the Kramer boys,
shape due to lack of funds were the corporation stated that "it ! The expressed wish of "The
viewed at the white house to-'appears that the earnings have ! Fox" to return to Los Angeles
nlrht as a part of the usual not been sufficient to pay the I will be fulfilled It was certain,
annual propaganda drive of these dividends as tbey fall due." and .That he will be arraigned, tried
departments for larger approp- thla report was the basis for the
rlatlons. f 'denial.
. On behalf of the President. It:
wns said that the Army and Navy SALEM. N. J.. Dec. 23. (AP)
Semi-Annual Sale
BUSTER BROWN
SHOE STORE
City's Greatest Shoe Bargain, Event
Women's Footwear
Men's Shoes and Oxfords
Children's Shoes
Slippers
Hosiery
Come to the Buster Brown Prepared for a Bargain
Sale
ON
iNote From June
Believed Hoax
now In the best shape they ever! Six children were reported klll
have been In in peace lime and cJ and a number injured late
that the nation can rest assured today when a bus was struck by
that lu defense are entirely Pennsylvania railroad train at
satisfactory. I Da re town, seres miles from here.
and probably convicted, and tn
rase of conviction hanged in a
short time, was almost as cer
tain. Every law enforcing body In
the west was aiding to brhm
Hickman here in a hurry and to
put him on trial In the shortem
possible time.
California
GRAPE
FRUIT Each
5c
Tuberose
Fancy
MINCEMEAT
1 Pound
25c
Turkeys, per lb 40c
Large White Fancy Turkeys Country Dressed '
Rhode Island Red Hens, per lb l 35c
3 Jells 25c Assorted Sizes Fancy Package Nuts
Pure Pork Sausage, per pound , 30c
Popcorn, 5 lbs 50c Folger Coffee, lb. 50c
Christmas Mixed Candy, per pound 15c
Bananas, 3 lbs 25c Comb Honey 25c
Fancy Fruit Cake 75c
1 Pt. Weston Oil Large Bath Towel j "Save-All" Pie Pan
1 Mixing Bowl Free with 10 Bars ,
1 Lg. Double Bealer Dona Castile Soap Free w,th Each C"
75c 85c CRISCO
CRANBERRIES iS PtaSte DUNBAR SHRIMPS
2arts RIPE OLIVES 2f
4DC In bulk, Pint 30c OOC
COVE OYSTERS Campbell's Tomato EULK DATES
Per Can SUP' 3 Can$ 25c 2 Pounds
nn Van Camp's Soup, 9c
any kind, 3 cans 25c
FANCY JAMS LARGE CELERY PURE SORGHUM
3-Pound Jars 75c , ,
2 Bunches Large Cans
Our Own Homemade e)"n C1 Kfi
Concord Jelly 25c
LOS ANGELES. De.-. 25. (API
A letter without envelope, and
with no address, purporting . to.
come from tho "woman In the
case." was found In a Glendata
tatter box today, stumped by po
lice as probably another hoax la
the Murlnn Parker kidnaping
traRcdy. -i
l said: "I was the woman. I
dropped out when I found ii was
to be murder. Nobody kuows my
real name. I'm leaving the state
today. I cot no money. The Fox
Is called Ioun, that Is his face
In tho paper. That's he. Ills
helper was called Milt and lived
near the girl. She knew them.
They both cut her up Friday.
" (name withheld), did
not except that.1 They double
crossed him. He meant no harm
to the girl."
It was signed "June."
Murder Charges
Facing Surgeon
CHICAGO. Dec. 2J. (TP)'
Two charges of murder will be
: placed against Dr. Amante lion-;
gottl. hearf M the Ashland boule-.
vard hospl'al police said tonight
following the physician's arrest
' after an Inquest Into Ihs death
1 of a 19-year old girl, and her
j baby. .
Nurses testified before Cor
oner Oscar Wolff that Dr. lion-'
' gettl perf:rmed an Illegal oper-;
' a'ion on Lorctta J. Renders who'
died In the hospital December
II, and that he allowed her new
bcrn baby to die of neglect and
ordered tho Infant's body burned.
TO PAY PKXALTY
HE
Holiday Cheer in
Parking Space For Every Car
PUBLIC MARKET
Phones 169 and 191 "PAY CASH IT PAYS" Sixth St at Walnut
LOS ANGELES. Vc. 23. IUP)
John Conforti. 35. mum par
on the gallows f ir tho murd r:f
Antonla S!at;r dr. .ml, v.-horn he
shot to d-"flth 11 ycar ago a Jrry
decldid today. f'nnforti. afltr
eluding auihorliles for that ! ng.b
of time, was finally f.und in a
prison In Newark, N. J. Tho
shooting of MastrJanni followed
an argument over payment for
a mug of beer.
TIIK A NSW Lit
Here Is tho holullon to the
I.LTTKIl (;OLF puzzle on no 4.
M
ens
Gifts
FlAlT E.
D oXiL
D.OIS.
D0 jS
DO0 R
dIoIoIm'
Do Your Christmrs Shopping today at Klamath Klothing Kompany
for Gifts That Will Cheer the Men Folks Christmas Morning.
LAST MINUTE SUGGESTIONS
SILK 'BATH ROBES
PENDLETON WOOL ROBES
SLIPPERS
MUFFLERS
HANDKEKCIEFS Linen. Silk; plain or initiul '"
INTERWOVEN SOX Silk, and Silk and Wool
CLOVES Silk and Fur-Lined
SWEATER COATS
SILK-and BROADCLOTH SHIRTS
- . , - PAJAMAS
r' ' GOWNS
' " . LEATHER TOILET SETS
- '. . .- COLLAR BAGS
NECKWEAR 75c to $-1.50 .
TIE AND HANDKERCHIEF SETS
SUIT CASES- LEATHER BAGS . . V
LEATHER COATS
BLAZERS In Wool and Leather
SHEEP-LINED COATS
RUBBER COATS
HUNTING COATS
WINTER CAPS
FINE UNDERWEAR
CORDUROY PANTS
BREECHES In Button and Lace Styles
OVERCOATS ,
WOOL SHIRTS From Pendleton
FRENCH FLANNEL SHIRTS
DRESS CAPS KNOX HATS
KNICKERS GOLF SOX
BELBER TRUNKS '
LADIES' LEATHER FITTED CASE
and hundreds of other sensible, useful gifts that men liRe and appri
eiate. Gift Orders issued for any a mount or for any article in th$
store. Shop today HERE.
HAD! HQ CLOTHIERS SINCE Igol f
THE MEN'S XMAS STORE
OPEN TONIGHT
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