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' Mnlmrslly Library KllKi'iin, OlOK'in (Olltt i- We 3?uimttig Iteralii WEATHER FORECAST OFFICIAL PAPER OF KLAMATH COUNTY AND' OF KLAMATH FALLS rV TO.VKJIir AND TlltllHDAV IMIlt "X 1 . Member of the Aosocintcd Press HMeoittli Yriiiw.Vit, (UNI, KLAMATH FALLH, OUKUON, Wi:i.M.HIAY, NOV. 'i'i, W2 FHKJH FIVB CMfTC ! " . . CI 1 TESTIFIES II Julius Krutttclinitt Holds Expansion of Central Pacific Essential WAHIIINGTON. Nov. 22lm for tn nt ntpmisliius ntul hntlnrment by lliit ('mitral Pacific nm nnenmnry to inert (ln ilnmnnd it f wiwt urn t-nminnrro. Julius Krittlicltnltl, f halrmnn of I tin board i( llm Mont It J cm Pnclflo, li-Mlllcd lodny before (tin Inlnrstatn Cniumcrri) i Illinois slim. Tin' lii'tlcriilniils will ho mucin i Willi rniltnl obtained li tlm Hnulli- ' crn 1'nrlfle crnJ.lt If llin supremo rnuri itrcltlim nrdnrlnn Hi" illssolu , lion It m' I initio, lio Milit. i WASHINGTON, li 0. Nov 32 ' Willi itnli'RHlliin tolnlliiK morn limn i 100 nlrnndy mrn Irnin Callfornlii J Oregon, Nevada nml ullit r wnsinrn I states, unit with inorn ntpnctnd I throiiRhnul thr week, tlm Koilllirri j Pselflc-CnntrnI Pacific iiiiiiiitk't i prnrnrdliiK. which started Tnrnlnji hnfnrn tlio Interstate, rommrrro rum- ' mission, urn nZIHrlnil In dnvclnp llllo nnn nf Dm InnRint drawn out hear IriRn In llm tnnimlMlon's history 1 To I'llo M.ui) Hi lets Will In tniirli of llm tnstlttinn) Mill lot p rest n I nil In llm form nf briefs, there nrn downs nf Individuals who pl.t it in inakn lengthy nml dotallnd vnrlnl arguments Tim present In dications nrn tlinl nl lent two vtroks lll Im required for InkliiR nf nil this tnillinnny. IIioiirIi llm rommls stmt may ltn utile In work tint lomo plan nf grouping argument In save Hum, , ' Interests opposing, llm itniimrgcr, will makn (tut best showing Insofar in ilrnriRlli of number In eotirnrii nit, lint llinun advocating llm pur rltnsn cf tlm Central Pacific liy llm Union Pacific iln lint mnldnr tltU it U.iiulliup. Vollrjs Winil.l llnurfll Carl dray, prmlilciil nf tlm I'nlnri I'nrlflr. Haiti llm nnmnrKnr "III re sislt In tlm linsl lulnrnst nf tlm Hae ritini'iitn nml Han Joaquin valleys ho Inn served. "Tlm uiiinnrKT.'' Im nltl. "memn rout cnnipi'tllloii In Central nml Nurllinru California. Mwo railroads whnrn ilmrn now Ik mm, ttllli all wlilrh Hint linpllnti, "Tint nntiirnl rnmill of rnmprtl- linn Itui nlwayn lirmi In Mlmulntc linn lnrlvi'tl In tlil ItlRlmd rmlnar nr In inrvlrn, uttniitlnn to pnltllc In ter nut n nml prmUlon nf fimlllilnK fully uparn with llio iiiHottltlnt of n itniMliiR torrllury ttlth expamllm: traffic. Iilcnl ('omtlllonii I'injiniilnil "It iurann n mllroml c.nlniinl lliruiiKli OriIoii In roinpulltlim Willi tlm Wcktorn I'ltildc, tlintiiKli Halt l.nUo City, tlm Hoiitlmrii I'tulflc Ma i:i l'aiit, (lalvcJtoit mill Nrn Or loans ntul Hut Hantu V'a tliroiidi Mo linvn mill Atliiiqiiniiiii. marly an Iilcal romlllliin rnlciilatml In lirliiK j,tut tlm limit iiinlllli'H of each routo It memiM that it fourth rnllroail vtlth nius, ltnl local Intel niila nml no lonfllctliiK lilcua li niltk'il to Cnllfiu nla's mmcla. "Huclt mi oppnrlunlly us tltln comes only omu In n llfutlmu, Tlm vnllojM of tltu Hacrnineiito, Hun .Ion quln nml fin nt a CIiiiii with Hmlr llm 1 1 leu pntontlalltlt'H, ilouurxo nil thin uml moro," Hpi'oulo Kfcjis Hllnnl William Hpruulo, prmltli'iU .Sontli nrn Pacific, wlii'liaal.oil toiltt wind tlm iniimi wiookiiiIu ticonVuu tlm iitiiuurecr would nuun to Bai-iti-lnonto nml Mini Jimiiln v.illnyj, hiiIiI ho profuircil nut to inalin miy Hlnln ini'iitti until nppuiirliiK huforo tlui niiiuiiluHluii, mlillui; Hint lio illil not iIchIio to onlcf lulu rontrovuruy. IIAMHTS (JllT All! MA 1 1, I.C.MEI1 RIIK'AW), Nov. 22. -Rlx baiullln hold up ii pnHtufflco motor truck car tyliiK nl'' mall In tlm field for thn imunliu: fllKht to Ouinhii, klilnnppou thn ililMir uml rHcnpuil with t lio truck containing 1(1 ponclios nf IiiihI nims mall, tlm vuluu of which wim not uHcmtiilmul, Two li.uitlllii iluivu off with llio truck whllo otliura c.u' jlod off llio ililypr la u tquiuu car. i Blitzcir Returns ' -p '" "" - " ;: 0 mm iM KilVffl lllilinn Hi- iIimi: ;i ill ratrlmr of 111.. II. link, n tli r a bark Immn anili l'l'ii oikn. nvnr Hnulli Aiixrliii !' ilnlt. I tlmik lllllrli of It )c-k wnrKcm trrinnl tvlmtj lllluoll illnupiwiiri it nml w.rn linppy llirno nionllin Itti r wlinn It Kilitlll. of flrrr of tlm 8. H Huron, wnlkn.1 mliorn ttlih llm cat In Itln arum lllluwi hoarilnl l:l nlilp at lllo, Hclinltx unlit RECORD MADE WHEN 46 CASES STRICKEN FROM COURT DOCKET JmUo liitlll lluliN IliiiiM-Clc'iin- Ini; In Clinill Ciiiirl; SulU Until Out I'n.m 1111.1 A riTonl was inailu In circuit court )ivitirilay aftornoon by Jmlr.o A. I., l.navlti, acenrdliii: to nttoi ikjh und p.oplt) roiinicmd directly wltli tlm court, wlmn Im 'itUmlMixl U criminal, miulty ami law ciiii for Jack of .irosMiitloif and had Ihem slrlcknii front thn iloclnl. Tlm ciliiilunl r.mnn illmnlMnd ram;cd In daliM from 1917 to thn present Hum. wjiiliy ranea from AiiKiut 31, 1 1 12 In Dm prnsniit llmo mid law ca.M raiiKed In dales from January l!H."i to 1322. Tlm hnarliu: of thn ilocknt wat set for 2 o'clock and was finished by C o'clock Inst oKMiliu;. nml JuiIro Loavltt bemn sl:nlnr; tlm dUiinUsaU tuts mnrnliiR. Law uml Kipillj. nims Cases In law nml equity dismiss oil follew: Thomas .Martin erus Sophia S. llnnley, et u; n. o. lloo versus I'. C. lliirRoss, nt al; James M. MllllO ALTkllH lllli.iliutli W. .Mllno; Klamath Itocord l'ubllsliliiK to. ersus I.Uty dl.. .0, nl nl. 13. J Murray, ot at, versus I.. 1, Low, nl nl; Klnmath llccord Tub llsliliiK Co. versus 1.'. J. .Murray, ot alj I". II. l)ownlnB utmis O. r. .Vol Hi mid J. W. Nowharl; Moilorn Appllanio Co. omiim Albert Tin Kit. et nl; T. i:. McLcod versus lowls llnlm; llnsslo Dixon versus .M. 1'. 1'nrknr, et ul; It. Smith veisiiH II. V, l'oolo; Tlm Dunlea versus II. M. ll.iKby; Herald Pub llslilnif Co. VQrsus Klamath ltocord I'lililishliu; Co; Uncord I'ltlillshliiR Co. versus II. J. .Murray ot ul; 1). li. Hall versus o. J. Ilnwkonsnn; lloit 0. Thomas, us ndin'lnlstrator, (Contlntiud on Pant) C) WIUTIHUI 1'HOHAUII.ITIIM llaromotrlc elimiRes hnv o been dining tho SllRllt past 21 bourn nml nt 2 p, m, tho Cy-rlo-Mtoiiiingraih at UnJorwortds Pimr mncy recorded u ullghtly higher piesauro thmi at tlm Biimo llmo yns tnrdiiy. Foreruat for next 21 heurs: Fair; continued cool. Tlm Tyrol recording Ihormoinetor leglsterud maximum mid minimum lompointiiina today, as follows; High 12 Low ,...'. ,......21 T1KS DEIi ILL TEIIW ;- HELD IN 1913 Sweeping Claims Made By Islimct Pasha at Lau- sannc Conference I.AUflANNi:, N'iiv. 22. Tlm iiie lion of tlm illnpoHltlnn of wnolnrn Tlirurn ciimit bnfnro llm power tn ilny wlmn liiunt 1'anlm prexcntnil Turkoy'n rlalin to ntl llio tnrrltory nnitirncril ltliln Imr frontlet nf l!U3. VoiiIiqIm for (Jmrcn nppom'il llio rl.ilm. lit) uaii niippartril liy llm Jtino-HlutR ami Itoiiiiiiiiiltum who fnvoriM malnlalnlnr: ttm Mnrltrn rlv- r. n tlm woturu bnumlary i-f Tur key In Ktiropc. nml nfcrniil Hint lltcru rhuulil not oven bo a plnblii ritn In itvclilu tlm Mivcrolr.nty of Ilia iltapuiril territory. A ili'lccutlon from H)rlu ilcumml Inic that thn conferenro grant tbulr (outitry Iniloprndrnco Initeatl nf Hio itatua nf it French imimlatory Riv en by tlm allied atiprumo council In 1920. The effort of tlm Turklali iIcIcr.v tlnn for open aoMlon nml romplnto publicity tvero otnrruteil. New an nniiiiCMltintiU arn In bo llmltcil to formAl roinniimliiie. HOOPSTERS PRACTICE 11. Ilftfti Hrliool (ilrl. Tuin Out for Itakktlh.ill Tntlnliij: Over 3S RlrU wnro nut for baskt ball practice last lilRhl under the supervision nf Miss Margaret Hun toon. Hlnre thoro are only thrco practice nlRhls a week and such n larco I squad of'slrls oUt, tho practice pro'-' miles to bo strenuous. Tho Rlrls are nil workluR hard to learn the game, ntul to bo In Reed condition for tlm first ot tho Inter-class Raines. follow Iiir Is tho list ot Rlrls: Her tha lVltf, Jean McDonald, Helen Pitman, Jewel Durham, Nellie, 1.1 llott, Helen Caldwell. Kathryn CI rich, Marlam WorlUy, Ituth Now Ion, Pansy llobertsou. llonnlu l.ucas, lues Jenkins, Margaret Johnston, Char lotte Wright, 1'rances Mcl-nno. Con stance Crystal. Halite llllss, Rer trudo Moore, llcrnlco Hector, Iletli WrlRht, Kinma Klilimr. Dorolhy Wortley, Marin Crjstal, (inrtrude Mustoe, Dorothy Dunham, I.ucIHa Hyde, Helen Abbey, Venice Moore, Denn Mulatoro, Kctta (lrlsci, Trancns JtelJ, Ocrtrudn Smith, Mary White linn, laitliu Slmmouds, Allen Miller, Alice llmisen ntul limber Wlcl.strom. UNCLE JOE FIGURED HIGH SCHOOL NEEDS ARE SET FORTH IN STUDENT NEWSPAPER Inllliil !-tm nf "Kiulnr" I'olnIM Out I'oiiilliloim nml Srcrvtlly rot- Mnoy liiiprotniunnts Tim Initial Issue, of ' Krater," the Klatnnth county IiIrIi schnol news paper, ml I In.! rind publli-lml by tlm student body jippnwred ("day. It will lio published wry two. weeks licrmiflnr. Publlshnil lu four-pii:e form, tho tinwrpspfr roflecls the ntllilis of the sliulenU, liitltidltiK nilildlcs, so ciety nml pniiuml class sews A strong fnntilro Is tho ndllorlnl do partmtut. In which tlm m-erfs of the high school 'nro set forlli In plain worJs. Irv ilcalfiirr.wllli ihn tack cl al'ilcttc fnsllltlM, t'Mn i-Jltorlal says: Tito Rymtiaslum question lion rtnrhnd a point where s'lmetliltiK must be ilons. Any srhi ul In this statu, to b stamlard, tlmt Is, Iri ncrorilsnce with ILe Oregon Kcltool laws, must offer dally phy "leal Iralnlnc, In u sultalilo gym nasium. Klamath IIIkIi Iiiim not met llm requlriiinent. bcausi It larked the facilities. Our Rlrls nrn ReiilnR t-o fcrty fivn iiilnuto periods of physltnl training each week, when tlmy should have It every dn. Tlm room used for Hits purposo Is so small that the Rlrls n.iut ! dlvld id Into six classes In order that all may get oven these two week ly periods. The room tins no sys tem of ventilation, mid It Is a (holcfl between opening the win dows, and Jetting the cold air slrlko' tho girls, or keeping tho windows rioted, and hating them breathe tlm hot stale air Tho floor Is so w enlc that It (hakes and trembles as Dm girls more over It. Athletics create, givaier school Intercut, nml rrfconraxo greater ef fort, to uphold tho Iiout ot the school They quicken the Individ ual plosleully nml mentally and t.'ius make him more fit lor his work. Athletics bring clean mor ills, for tho love ot clean sport leaches hatred of cheating, wheth er In games or In studies. We do ne: ask for an elaborate gym. but tor a solid, substantial building, with odenuate room, and niudrVn equipment "flili" sort "6? :t gmn.tsltim ran lie built for twelve thousand dollars There urn nt present nine thousand dol lars In the treasur) Three thous and added to the present appro priation will be sufficient to put Klamath High lu a position to comply vvltli the Siato School law. and keep It In the list of standard ized schools. We ask the co-operation of the parents, tho business men, nnd ot tho cltliens nf Klam ath Pulls to help us secure this gymnasium. Thn training thai llm hoys re re I vo has not been mentioned for tho very good reason that they do not receive miy I.ant ear tlm bos rented an old hall lu which to practice basket ball, hut this had bo bo shared with litre town teams, so tho hoys failed to got much good from It. nlthoiiRh It coil tho school thlrty-flui dollars n month. In addition to tlilj. tho hall was too (Continued an I'ngo C) THAT HIS ANNUAL LETTER WAS ABOUT DUE r.-t - -, ENGEAUIS n THREAT LETTER Police Etcort Is Doubled To Protect Life of Ex-Premier NI2W VOKK, Xov 22. Thn po Hen escort nsMgncd George. Clo roenreau during his stay hero was doubled today when thoN "Tiger of Franco" received n loiter threaten ing his life, signed, "a world war veteran." NKW YOniC, Nov. 22. CleorROS Clcmenccau, visiting ox-prcmler of Franco, docs not want his present ripe old age of 81 years prolongod lij- artificial means. Ho so told Dr. Francois I.oclcrcq, a Nswr York physician and old .friend of tho Tlgor, today at tho home ot Charles Dana Gibson ,tho artist, where ho Is staying. In a characteristically ferocious manner, Clcmenccau said to Lcclcrcq when tho latter began to tell him of some discoveries ot medicine for prolonging life: "You keep quiet or I wilt kill you. Treat the snakes and dogs If you want to, but let human beings dlo lu happiness." Meets I'crstilng; Many arsoclatlons and epochs of tho world war wcr0 recalled when tho war premier of Franco had a long talk with General Pershing. Tho general of tho American armies was greeted by tho characteristical ly Clcmenccau challenge: "You aro the most stubborn man I over knew," tho tiger told Tersh Ing "When you nay 'no,' you mean It.'t - - Tho tiger was referring to Persh ing's Insistence during tho war that tho American army In Franco bo a soparato fighting unit, against tha French attempt to mcrgo the Amer ican soldiers under tho French flag. W!ti:CK VICTIMS ItlX'OVKr Axel Kckstrom and Thco. Sche dule, both ot Modoc Point, who wero severely cut and bruised when their car left tho grado on tho Algoma flat early Monday morning, hava recovered suffi ciently to permit their dis charge today from a local hospital. Tho accident occurcd when, In at tempting to pais another car, their car left tho road and turned over savcrat times. G EM bU HULU nr I tn ,Ei-Inch sign jJLass"EffnS5fe vv CT5 iMli Tm. ill!- SMaSSSl... T f '1 t W:H ssssssssssPLsssfflMVssssssVflsssHHssssssssssK!? sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssstLssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssT isssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss9isssssssssssssssssssPV ' 4 ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssPfl te&&FBtlk ? ltsssssssY '- Wr r''mu ssssssssssWm" H v,j4rWwTri,M V ssssssssssfir sssB W.TLiilA Jfm Vlh V -,B23SsssisB Many cities will follow tho now stylo of street signs recently intro duced In l'cntlac. Mich. Inciters arc eight Inches high and 11 feet above tho ground. They're easily read by passing autos, unlike the three-Inch letters designed In tho days of tho "onc-hoss shay," $300,000 FUND FOR STATE DEVELOPMENT TO BE MEET SUBJECT Oregon Chamber of Commerce Will Consider Plans for liaising Hum for Adyerlig PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 22. Jan usry. S hts'bont-Uu Jou-T-Ji-iliU of tho r.nnual meeting of tho Oregon state chamber of commerce, accord ing to announcement by stato cham ber officials today. Delegates from every commercial organization ot tho stale' will gather In Portland on that data for discussion ot development plans and for tho election of state chamber officers tor the ensuing year. Tho outstanding te.tturo ot thn an nual meeting wilt bo consideration ot the statc-wldo development pro gram proposed by tho Oregon devel opment board. This program has al ready been adopted by tho Portland chamber ot commerco and tho cam paign to ralso a fund ot $300, 000 for development and advertising pur poses for n two-year period will be under way on December S. To Aihertlno Resources Whllo this 1300,000 development fund will bo raised entirely among tha business Interests ot Portland, H will bo expended lu advertising tho resources ot Oregon, Investigating and strengthening existing market ing organizations, land settlement and other stato development work. As the stato chambor has been desig nated as ono of, the organizations to undertake tho actual work proposed under the development plan, It Is ex pected that tho coming annual meet ing villi bo ono ot the most Import ant In tho history' ot tho organiza tion. According to tho by-laws or tho stato chamber, all commercial or ganizations In good standing are en titled to representation, Invitations aro being sent throughout tho stato urging such organizations to appoint their dalegatos so that each section ot tho stato will have a volco In tho proceedings of tho annual meeting. DRAINAGE MEN MEET Annual Gathering" of Stnto Asso ciation December 10 PORTLAND, Ore, Nov. 22. Drainage experts will gather In Portland Tuosday, December 19, for tho annual meeting ot tho Oregon Stato Dralnugo ussoclatlon. An nouncomont cf tho meeting has boen made by W. L. Powers, professor of soils nt tho Oregon Agricultural col lege at Corvallls, and secretary of, (ho association. flLWKET 11KPOHT PORTLAND, Nov. 22.. Cattle, wonk, Hogs etoadlor tone. Shsup steady, demand good. nggaand but ter steady, I BAIT HORDES KILL AND IN T Army 30,000 Strong Dw tates Path Six Mik 1 Wide In Hcmr . SHANGHAI, Nov. 22. Thn ban dit army ot llenan province, 30,000 strong, which kidnapped number of forolgn missionaries, It devas tating a path six mile wide across tho province, burning every city, town and farm house, and leaving a trail of dead, according to a let ter from II. K. Led gar d, an Eng lish missionary who escaped. PEKINO, Nov. 22. The Ameri can legation hero Is without any further word from the three Amer ican missionaries) kidnapped by Honan bandits at different time within the past two week. Th three captives, Anton Lundeea, XI nnr Dorg-Dreen and Oeorge Olat Holm, all aro connected wltk the Lutheran mission. The bandits also hold the 5-year-old son of Borg Dreen, besides a number of Mis sionaries of other nationalities. All tbe bandits' prisoners have been permitted to communicate with their families, and when last beard from were unharmed. The foreleg ottlce today aske4 the cabinet to send an spesllUM Into Honan province to treat with the bandltst for the release of their captives. V. K. Wellington 4Coo, foreii minister, declared that be was eo fldeat the kidnapped foretawers would be freed within a week. htAtonw!, Lewis Kspca and Joe fiwiassW la Mala Event:. 34 Kotusds la All Twenty-four rounds ot boxing will bo staged by Promoter Fred Garlch at Scandinavian ball Novem ber 29, with Lewis Espen and Joe Swindler In tbe main event. Lorance Daw, 144 pounds, has boen signed up to meet Jack Har mon, 14g pounds, who emerged vic tor In bis two previous matches here. According to Oarlch, Daw looks llko a fast man who should stand an even chance with Harmon. In his former matches here Harmon has not boen matchod with fighters In bis class, henco had no opportun ity to demonstrate his ability. They will box six rounds. Jlmmlo .Moore, 121 pounds, ot San Francisco, has been matched with Kid Drown ot this city in a four round go. Moore Is a youngster who looks nblo to give a good account of himself. Drown Is a colored lad who is said to know the fine points ot tho boxing game. The Espen-Swlndler bout was ar ranged after long negotiation, Es pen challenged tho winner at the Swindler-Ritchie bout. Ills chal lenge was accepted by Ritchie but not by Swindler. Later, however, Swindler said be was willing to meet Espen, but the latter fighter object-' ed to tho proposed compensation and tho bout was delayed. Swindler, at 184 pounds, will have about 11 pounds advantage of Espen. Tho latter, however, shows up In his workouts as both clever and fast. Whether he can last through 10 rounds with his hard hitting opponent, or whether he can toss over a kayo In an early round, Is a question to be decided la tbe ring. SHIP BILL GETS VOTE rtesolutlou Gives Ai Measure lUgltt of Way WASHINGTON, Nor. . f straight party vote, the hoatt rales committee today adopted a , reta- Hon giving the admlnlstrauW ship ping bill right of wayjlttte heM with provision for unlimited amsad went and a final vote Nevomber'M'. WASHINGTON, Nor,-!. y A. vote ot 200 to 110 the hoas tfttaT, adopted tbe rul. glvIag.KlvUiiM' status to the admmWiwtlsV aW Dins bill, which wHl he tMMssV . HUGH CM tomorrow aad flaaUyTaU mt , ember 29. Tho hows dimitniaia ;. , tho caucus agreed to T4wiew-Wa;. against the shljIaf Mtlvy-ji . , Ik ' J 0 - ' ' '