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TONIGHT AMI HATPIIDAV, MAIN,
HTIIONf! HOITIIEHLV WINIIH
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
KLAMATH COUNTY AND
OF KLAMATH FALLS!
Member of the Associated Press
Hlflriirtli Win-, No. IIINll,
KLAMATH PALM, OKKGON, 'IIIH.U. V I S It 17, Itt'JSi.
prior nv owrw
I 1 -f A
People of OreRon Asked to
Set Aside Ill-Timed Ran
cor nnd Fnctionrtlism
SALEM. Ore. Nov. IT -That
ThuuksRlvinu iIii' iiiu ho m peilnd of
ppjrn mill fnruiteiiess on width the
people n Dreamt mux set imlii fori'
ever Ill-timed innror, mid Unit lln
proptn may rpitlniuher that the Irun
irll of AliiPtlni gllahes (rum n
spring dpttper limn (Im superficial
flOW (it fCtloUllllllll (IT sIlllllllW fl'Ull.
It Ihr sentiment embodied In tilt'
ThaiikaitltlnB 1111101.1111111011 of Gov
ernor licit W Olrolt. in ii it r public
pitnrday Tim iiroi'luniiitlon fol
lows III Htrordanrn Willi iintiual ru
lotn mill ftillonliix the siirrps
llim of I lin president of llif
I'llllril Hta.-a. Oregon II Rat II will
lay usldn lirr limy rare for n day.
to rrllilrr llianka for llii' mind
flrpiit heslnwpd liy un oiiiiiIm lent
For nil of ttioio blessings, for
our prosptllll) i fur (Kir resources,
lor our rUKKi'it ami our hewltt-h-InK
scenery; fur bruvn unit true
hearts In men nnd women, frpely
muy wg pour our full ineln of
thanks, na (loil has been boil lilt
Hut nuy wp also ink Hint thla
lio a iluy of peace mill furRltmiesa
Tliut It imy bo it ilny on Hlilrh
Ihr people apt ualilo forever any
Ill-llmcd rancor, If auth limy eilst
That I lip people f Hi1' tut" may
rpmemlwr ulinnii ull tlml nil tiro
brothers anil ulsters, follow Atiier
lean, That they may remember
tlin (run spirit of Amrrlra gush
i' from n aprliiK deeper than tint
,upi-rflclnl flow of fjctli'nsllam
cr shallow fetid
May It Im n day of Ihanksr.lvllirt
on which wo limy till raise our
Voices III Ulilauii, n'lili'lillirrlllK Ihi'
limn liiiniirril Injiiiullnn Jli.it wp
rrnd tint eainn llllilo upd worship
Iho sainn God,
lliiura of tribulation nnd trial
ar uip lo fall upon n pmipln
torn naumliT hy atrlfn nnd jtla
arnalnii Our tlpiuorrnry ih
crmlli'd In Un' I'Pllpf und niirlurcil
In thp thoiiKht that ull nii'ii ar
rr ral fil niual und clvrii thn In
allnnaliln rUhl to woralilp (Ind
na thi'lr own i-oiicpncn in Ik lit illr
Intp Kvpry lutluu Hint haa
atra)pd from that doclrlim hna
bppu apllt oil tint rock of dralrilo
lion or haa lolled It wrury wny
throuxh rcnliirloa of blood, tra
vail nnd tPnra,
W'r nrn nt thn rroaa ronda To
tin' rlxhl atnmla un Aluvrlrj, Im
pprlahaliln upon thn rork of rti-r-nnl
truth To thn loft lira nn
Amrrlra lili'dlliiK, lorn hy ulrlf"
und dlaapnalnn. May Iho (lod
of our fathpra prncrxo ua from
piiraiiltiR thn loft hand turning
Klrni In Ihn linllrf that our pro
dp may throw' aaldn thi rnuai
for atrlfo and aland firm, unllpd
In common putrlollam, and tlut
thl will ho n TliiinkauMnc day
whnn m romiiinn oIcp rnlupa lt
ncK to m.irli Ihn pura of our rom
mon Crcutcr, I. Hon W Olrolt,
hy vlrtun of thn nuthorliy In nm
teati'd at Kovi'rnor of Ihu alutu
or Orpiion, hnrc'jy do proclulm
and dvrlarn Tliurmlay. Notmuhrr
30, A I) 1U52. na ThaiikaKltliiK
day, within tlin atatn of Ori'Kon.
i And may It hrlux yir of rou-
tpnlniPiit, happliii'a nnd harmony.
In tvltnrta whnroof, I luivo Iuti
to ant my hiiuil and rnimnd Hut
at'al of Ihn Btuli' of OroRou In tin
liiTPliiltn nfflxi'il. Doiin nt Iho
Pupllol ut HiiIpiii, On , thla Hth
day of Novi'mtinr, 1UX2.
IICN OI.C01T. (lovcmor.
(IIIAIN SUIT lS.MISSi:i)
UIIICAdO, .S'or. 17, IVdorul
Judco Ciirpuulpr loduy dUmltumd Iho
1'lilcuRo hoard of Iruilu ault for un
Injunction rvatrululiiR rnfoxceuiont
of I ho Rraln futures trudlui; ii'riiIii
lol y m'l, but continued Iho Htuy or
dor provontliiK vnfoicuinciU of Hut
law until lu I'onalltuilonulliy hua
lipon punand upon y Urn I'lilliul
Hluti'i Ntipromn com I.
Tho (!yrlo-Hloi'utuKrnpli nl lnilcr-
ipcnrilott n' Mowly
f II I 1 I'll l( pi'O.Hrttllo
ilurliiR Iho Ictnt 24
hour period, Inill
cutlnna uro for un
wvnthnr und con
I limed mild Idiii
punuiiro, KorociiHt for nnxl
Cloudy nnd un
Holtli'd, H tor m
hrowliiK to thn noittli,
Tho TycoH nu'orilliiK thormmnotor
ruKlMlorod inuxliuuiii nud mlnlmuni
luiiiporuturoA today aa follew:
IIIrIi , r.2
l.o w 12
OPEN WITH BANG;
BIG PLAY TONIGHT
Kvii)lliliiK I'muii Hnili of l-'lour In
I'llltls of Wood lit lli Oltl II
Attn) nl IJIUh' Temple
Wl'Mtl'lll iS'lKlllN (llll'lll'il Willi II
' liniiir nl lltM lintiiilit InHl ulttlil
Thn whirl of rouli'tln whcrU, tlm
click of rhlpa nnd th" flutter of
r.iriU In thn lunula of th, dnuliir
fllli'd Hn air dtirliiK thn whole eve
li Inn Vlalloin (nine to nol on uinl
ri'iiMliH'd lo ilny, und not ii few ir
PArK'd with well-filled piiken.
"Mn for tint dnya of '19." IniiRhcd
one. it he rairlrd off un Pipeimlve
auto rolie won In n alnel" whirl of
ToiiIrIiI l!l Mulit
ToiiIrIiI la tho Mr, nlr.lit. any the
Klka IIIr play will lie on. livery
IIiIiir from aacka of flour to rorda
of wood will lie Riven away An
intra Imrieuder will Im on hnnd
The aky will he tlin limit.
UVir )otir Htelaonii. iiiIIm' the
roiiiinltteiv. Hut don't Jroni't
"heeled " Any peraon nliitot Inn out
the llRlila will he Killilinnrlly ejected j
from Ihn hull
The aliow will end Haturday
nlKht. Tint bar-keep will polish off
the bar. thn roulrlle wheela will he
luckid uway, and Weatnrn .S'lnhta
will bn (iter. Then the roiniultlee
will rhrrU up thn proceeds to de
termine Jiiat how many needy fnm
lllea ran be aided diirlnK thn winter
SINNOTT GOES EAST
. Williams was arrested by Traffic
(VnKrM,.m. U III Ho on llnml fur.,,.,,.,. .,., ,., , n rMllI .
OpriiliiK of Sperlnl Heon
at !.. ... ......
Till: DALLI.'H. .Nov 17 -N. J
Hlnnntl, repreaentntlte from thn sec
ond OreRon uwcrefslonal district,
has left fur WaahlnRtnn to bn on
hnnd for llm openlnR of tho appoint
sesaloti of congress which will con
vene Notembnr 2i In nnswer to the
VaTI"ofllitr'pf..MPnL"f' " '
. Il.irah'a itfclarntlon to filibuster
on thn ship subsidy bill nnd any at
tempt on the part of newly elected
rotiRressineii to pester thn adminis
tration may result In n protracted
rmiRresslonal year, but Hlnnott nx
pecta normal conditions wilt soon
bn reached nud that thn national
body wilt bn nlilo to enjoy a, lone
summer vacation, for thn first time
since before thn war.
Il was the opinion of Hlnnott that
Hut special essliin would bit lie
toted In thn ship subsidy bill and
mailers of llm bud set fcr next year.
Itldiuril It) In Tot, Publisher
ollrn (lairtte, Siicciilub
lti:i) HANK. N. J. Nov 17.
Hlchanl Kyln Pox, editor and pub
lisher or Ihn Pollen Gillette. Inter
natliinnlly known sport publicity
t It'll, died nt his homo hern today.
Hn has been In fulling health ful'
Mr. Pox was burn In llolfast,
Ireland, In 1MB, Hid m)l of u me
chanic. In IM.". hn became pub
lisher of the Police Uaiette, nt Hint
Utile sheet dot tiled lo crime, nnd
criminal, und Kriiduully ccnverled
It Into a apurtlllK pilhlleiltlon. lie
leaves u widow, u daughter and Ihreo
ttons, Ihn latter n resident of Ar
Npoitkiiien I'lorklng to Tide Iwiln
1'ioin AH Parts of West
Special Id Thn llrrnld
SHASTA VIEW, Nov. 17. Drawn
hy tho apieadliig fainn of tho Tulo
lake dlstrlrt na n huntiirs' parndlsn,
Npiirlumeii aro flocking In from all
parlH of llm west to shoot their
iilot.l of dtlt'liH mid geese.
At Mullii tho hotel h rrnwded
und mnny hnvo been lurned uway,
Tho linnlem mo ntglNtei'ed from
SqattJn, Itosuhurg, Moilfmd, Talnnl,
Wolf Creek, Chicago, (Irunta Pnss,
AhIiI.uiiI and many other places,
SPHSIDY HILL IIP
WAhMIINtTrOtV, Nov, 17. An
iiKreomuut waa reached hy Iioiiro
lead era today to taku up tho ship
Hiihsldy hill next Thurlday under
n rulo providing for n tlirno-duyH'
Kouornl ilohuto und inillnillml oppor
tunity for nmondmrntH, with u final
volo Nutomhor -'J.
CAMERA SEIZES EMOTIONS OF TRAGEDY
Modern phntoi.mptt np'odiM i . u ...i.-iieni m h i i-dv
Of Mtileu whell i i I pjlt ,in tenor lino the cnUs u lietirn
of 2 Mill jea afii T"i i.ient iniKir fiRure h.ii- derided lo bill h -r (hll
drep Horror und determination me riRmi'Ml In H)lill Ttioindtl.e'a fnee
while the douhl, exiour d-.!.ip Hie hiory by ahowlDK the untniti of
Corinth In piteous uppai to pr tent n,(. dr.it it of Iho Innocent.
HELD FOR ACCIDENT
Wtillit of tii I If x Iteiunml Aciiiiiot
l)rU Will In ma was clten n Jur
trial In Ihn Justice lourt this mor.i-
I li K on thorhnrcotf falllnc to atnu
nud render uld In a motor nrrldeil lieotl to bn present III otar - bee:
A terdlct of Rullly was rendered nt o1 ' '" Sl'okano la to be riKlstered
uonn lodny and arntenco was post- " ""' l'"co departmBnt aith hrew
ponn.l by Juado. (LiRhngen utilll ' ,,r of ""' P1"01'"'1' "'' n Hio
i 30 thla afternoon. '. Ut,cr romply with tho law. nrroats
an nrcldent whlrli nrcurred election
nlRht nt the corner of Sixth nnd
atreeta Williams, who was!
drlvlnc thn Kirk antomolillo atCRo.
started uway from llm curb wltho'H
a sltmtil ntiit till Cluvt,,,, ICIrlV
,. ,i .
"Hi MM II fulfil I IS ntfltll' '!-II I
Without atoppliiR to rnnder aid. Wll-
li,.... ,irn ,.,,. ,.ii.....t i... i
1-.". JTA-JJ- 'J,"1'l"' V -"V-
ijiiclilln. Due In thn officer being
on foot the first part of thn rlmse.
Williams win able to net away and
later wrockiyl thn ear he wai drlvliiK
when hn hit a Pit on thn brldne
crnaaliiR thn canal off Kxplnnndt'
Thn Jury was roinpoaed of Harry I
(loeller, L. A Itrnnnon, Percy I.'tnus. ',
Prank llryanl nnd H. II. Thomas. W
W. Woods was excused becauae ofl
lllnets nnd the nllorneya agreed lot
tr thn case before oily fit o Jurors
HAIL OIIDCIIS M.W .MLIKii:
CHICAfiO. Nov. 17 Amalgama
tion of Ihn Pulled Aoclatlon of
' "n"wu' KfployM of North America
land thn American I eder.illon of Hall
way Workers, with a combined mem
bership of 150,00(1. was announced
today nt the cone. union a two-weeks'
conference of their executltes board.
SaT M -t
Ncar Beer Was Too Near
Made Kick AKainttiick
SI'OKA.Ni:. .Wuah . Nrn 17 A
derided klik nRulnit tbe ki. k'' nl-
aro to "om:l'1"- Tho annouarenicnt
waa mado followlRR twts by the
"Virtually nil beer told here con-
tains t Ice tlin lawful alcoholic cnn
tmt." ncrordlnK to Mnrtln J. nurn,
captain of iliitectlve.
Komn c,f the
Ihn by Hip tents.
. . . . . i a-..
MW U7 ".'"V " V "f r.nt
I,,,.... .. Im ..!.. i. ..i .....J i. i.u.
I """"" " "'" "tijjim
tit,,,,,, , iii,itiri iniji nil lart-
fnl -rentes)!:' -"-''
Iltir man ii factin or ny the low- "" " ,va, "nablo lo roRaln con
ly 'soda pop" roiil.tdis ulinrMt twice j'ro1 "o car and It brought up
thn .iloohol found In the malt drink InKalnat the curb. Mrs. Whitley,
The beer men mv iiM-iufaelurerr-t ' ,lrlvl,IK a '"'"Ik", nwcrv.ll to the
Imtn to pul nlrolnd In pup to pre
serve It and nt it result an lneilRa.
, Hon of sodas will lie made "
Hope ntpifHMil for Mi-. ,. V. Daly,
Auto Accident Vlttlm
Mrs. V. J. Daly, who sustained a
broken leg In an nutc accident Tuen-
day evening, will probably recover'
without tho uecMsliy of an operation
unless complications arise, It was
lenrnel today. Thn break Is ubote
tho klU'n nnd la of n serious nature
Sho has suffered a Rreat deal of
A MESSED-UP JOB
av- "''&&'.jrTg!ri '?2J& &0&jt&j2K'$J&&2i'''&F?J9&?PNC'13MKfBB.
Aiqutlh and Chamberlain'
Also Believed Success
ful, British Election
LONDON. Nov IT.- Prime Mlnln-
i ut i .aw upturn i n nmjoriiy ni i
over nil other parties In tho ne'.r
house of rominnni. Thi rnnacrrii
liies (aplurej ZVJ deals in yeslcr-
!day a iitertlon, nreonlliiK to latest re-
j llonar Law, II. II. Asqulth nnd
, Ainten Chamberlain ara reported lo
hate been returned by their const!-
, Itienrles, nrrordlnR to unofficial cs-
. tlmnlea thlt btcnlnK.
Three lending rnntervntltcj were
i belieted In be In dancer of mlaslnR
nut First ( ommlsjloner of w-.rks
llalrd, I'nder Secretary of the Treas
ury Hills nnd Leslie Wilson, the
rhlcf whip, wero "doubtful."
l--l)or was pdlllnK apureimlvely. re
ports Indlc.itrd, hut there was no
rrnsun to believe the party could
land more than 70-odd scats.
IN TRAFFIC TANGLE
Chief of Polite WlUnii anil Mr.
Wlilllej Mix on Intersection
Chief of Pollen Wilson und Mrs.
Martha A. Whltloy. Klchth nnd Pine,
were Involved In n traffic tansle nt
i:iRhth anil Jiain at in: ao tins mora -
Iiir. resulting In Wilson's car. a
Kurd. brlnKlng up smartly ngalnst
the west curb on KlRhth and slight
ly ilainnRinR his car nnd the water
plpo usul by tho street cleaning de
partment. Wilson was driving north nnd Mrs,
.i..t. -., .it.. i...
I lillli'V wivst u-lM-n. In AY,rt. n.polll.
, -- -------i iilir -
right nnd narrowly missed slrlMnR
Hl'SS COVKHXMHNTS I'XlTi:
C1IILA, Siberia, Nor. 17. The
government of tho Par Eastern He
public of Siberia was abolished to
day. Th0 assembly voted to unite
with Ihn Moscow soviet government.
SKI.I.S STOHi: lXTKHHST
John Ilrctt has sold his one-sixth
Interest In tho 1C. K. K. clothing
store to Pred L. Houston and Hoy
P. Durbln. Joreph Ilrctt retains
hU one-sixth Interest.
IN PHOTO SUIT
When a health Institute broad
catted a photograph of pretty Mrs.
Marlon Morton O'llellly, much trou
ble, arose. The picture which show
ed Mrs. O'llellly In HkIUs she nays
was not for public exhibition
sho has flltd suit against the Inatl -
tutu for $100,000, declaring that
because, of tho picture her husband,
wealthy New York broker, left her.
ON BRITISH VESSEL
Siiltnn Snjx Ho It Merely UrmovlliR
HlrnM'ir from Danger; Kocllnlst
1 1 nut Iteportetl A"nvlnnleil
' CONSTANTINOPLE. Nor. 17.
j Mohammed Sixth. Turkish sultan.
,,., from constantlnonlo on a llrlt-
i - .
lih warship bound for Malta
Upon embarking tho sultan em
phasised that he was not abdicat
ing, but merely removing hlmsrJf
from immediate danger. '
erclsed over his status alnre tbe
Turkish 'nationalist assembly votol
to deprive him of civil authority,
nnd declared the caliph, or relig
ious head of Islam, would hereafter
bo selected from tho Imperial hquse
by a vote of the grand national as
sembly. Nov. 17. The Sultan's flight
from Constantinople was after ha re
ceived Information that tho Angora
assembly had Just voted to try lilm
and his minister for treason, ac
cording to a dispatch received here.
LONDON, Nor. 17. Hussiea Hit
mid Hoy, president of tho Turkish
socialist party. Is reported to have
been assassinated at Constantinople.
WitiifHs Will Testify Mn. Hall Left
Home Night of Murder
NEW imUNSWICK, N. J Nov.
17 Testimony that Mrs. Frances
Stovrns Hall left her home about 8
o'clock, on the night her husband,
Hov. Edward Wheeler Hall, and his
choir leader, Mrs. Eleanor It. Mills,
wero slain, will bo placed before the
Somerset County grand Jury next
week, It was learned last night.
A hitherto unmontloned witness,
a New llrutistvlck man, will tell the
Jurors that he saw Mrs. Hall run
hurriedly from her homo to tho
houso next door, occupied by her
Cousin, Henry Carpcndor, It was au
thoritatively announced. Tho iiamo
ot tho witness was not mado known.
Tho testimony is In direct con
flict with the statement of Mrs.
Hall :i to nor movements on tho
night ot the tragedy.
HARDING GREETS 1450
Hnml.SliakliiK Hccord for White
House llioken Hy President
WASHINGTON, Nov. 17. White
houso records of sovoral months
standing wero broken today byPres-
Ident Harding shaking hands with
1,-IBO porsons, most of (hem doio
gates nnd others attondlng tho meet
ing horo of tho General Grand Chap
ter of tho Order of tho Eastorn Star
ot tho United States nnd Canaan.
Dosplto n steady rain hundreds of
women ot tho order stood for near
ly an hour In lines stretching for
two or thren blocks uway from tho
MERGER OF Jliji
Question of Two Regional
Systems for Northwest4
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 17.
Whether transcontinental railroads
In the Northweaf should be consol
idated Into two regional srittnjis,
one bultt around the Oreat Noriha
ern and tho Chicago, Milwaukee
St. rani, and the other around tfca
Northern Pacific and Chicago, Bnr
llngton c Qulncy, was takan up jo
day before the Interstate commerce
Commissioner Hall opened the"
sesalon by explaining thai tka com
mission was proceeding under in-
atructlons of congreas to prepare) a
, consolidation plan combining all
manner of railroads Into II or 20
The Hill Interesla vlewa' wr
heard first. f
Walker T. Illnei, appearing (or
the Hill Interests, argued agalasi
thu tentative plan of grouping th
Oreat Northern with the Milwaukee1
railroad and urged that thn Qriat
Northern, Northern Pacific axd
Ilurlington be placed In on group.
Hate Holden, president of tM
Durllngton, spoke along saraa lines.
YOUNG GIRLS HELD
Dorothy MacUa aaul Oeorfist Fetter
May Go to Htata IststttaUeai
Dorothy Maelas and Georgia fet
ter, both under 21, war leafed
In Jail last night on dellaqueaxcy
charaea. They will be brought -
sending them to The cellars,, avauta
medical Institution at Portland, ac
cording to the police.
Tho girls have been la trouble
frequently and hare failed to heed
warnlnga to mend their war.
police said. Examination .revealed
that both were In need ot medical
FINED FOR SHOOTING
Three Alleged to Hare Fired Gttats
Within City LUsUta
Shooting within the city limits
proved expensive for Pink Crowd'cr,
George Dechohoft, George Wahttahn
and C. a. Whitney, ail ot whom
were arreated by Traffic Officer
MacLaughlln yesterday and arraign
ed In police court. They Wero fined
$5 each by Mayor W. S. Wiley, act
ing police Judgo.
When arrested they ara alleged
to have been shooting within the
city limits on the west side ot Link
MURPHY MAY LEAVE
Greek Accused ot Annoylaaj Yoaag
Girls Willing to Quit' City
John Murphy, a Oreck, held in Jalf
under charges ot annoying' young
girls, may not come up for trial,
slnco he has expressed a, willingness
to leave the city, thus complying
with a police order which he had
previously failed to obey,
SCHOOL HOND OFPKH
PORTLAND, Nov. 17. Local bond
dealers today offered to take 8.
000,000 of school bonds, (ha UJjal
Ity of which was questioned by Chi
cago attorneys on account ot ue of
tho words "various polling placeij"
Instead ot "regular In trisf'elwtion
call, Tho school board rejected tjasi
offer because It would,, yield fipo,
000 less than tbo orlgtoaj bid, ;
UIKKKKT REPORT v
POUTLAND, Nov. .-Catlta"
steady, hogs ICc lower on tOB.tHid,
otliers steady; prima llghtrf 1,16 ltd
10.00, Sheep, eggs end butter
l-ouit aviuANii Kxmxrvm
DUDLIN, Nov. 17. FeurlrWett
wore executed here today fsaUWIi
trial for unlawful poseeeatok triti
volrera. -..-" f"f'V
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