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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1918)
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
Twelfth Year. No. n.tMlt
GREAT HUN OFFENSIVE IS
SUCCEED IN Tate meet
KMAMi MINIMI GAINS MADE OF
NO COXrlKGUKXCK 4JKItMAXH
LOMK THOt'KAXDH OF PIIIHOX
:iw IV ACTION
YANKEES Ml'CCEHMFULI.Y COUN.
TKH ATTACK AMI) IIIIIVK EN
KMY FROM POINTS CAPTURED
MTTKIl IIHEAKING DOWN
The great German offensive, ox
cept for a fw minor gain, hat re
ultd In a complete failure from one
end of the battle Una la I tie other.
according lo Associated Press report
rtcelved at II o'clock today, from
the Ameilcan army on the Marna
tandon reports that tha American
have captured Fossary and Croxanry
on the toulh bank of tha Marne, tak
en yesterday by the (lerman when
they croed. , .inis r w. o. hiiiuii. rc. u. naii, i. u.
Tha battle continue, violently. e. Van llellen. O, W. Houston and A. K.
pKltlly touth of the Marne and nenr Whitman, hat already Marled tho ball
Coalition, according to dispatches rolling by tending telegrams to every
from Pari. In thoae placea where Klk. lodge In the tate notifying
the enemy succeeded In penetrating ''" '" Klamath Kail waa after
tha Allied line hit furthered ad- the 1919 convention and meant butl
vance w not over four mtiM. Tha new. Ileadquartera for the delegs-
Americana and rrench are now coun-
tar attacking and taking many prison,
y Aaeeclatad Frees
With the American Army. July 16.
-Word from the front eatt of
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--..., ma Mwtf sites a isin s-aiiivis ki'ivm""
U not only ait 111 holding up tha Her
tntn advance, but appeara to have
- ... enemy. ap,r.. .
At one point where the American,
are fighting they arganlied a imall
counter attack late yeiterday on a1
flank of the aallent ntabll.hed by'
the nermann. They aurceoded In
driving out the enemy In abort order
or hot fighting. The American oc
cupied Intermediate poiltlnn In the
t at. mt ' . m a
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... mo uermana cone tnru, mil wnen
tney attempted to crott tho open field ,
up a grade, the Yankee machine gun
nd Infantry mowed them down. The
nmy I. doclnred to bo brenklng nnd
retiring in many place.
KAVK FOIt HPIIIXM CIIKKK
Mr and Mr. Clinrle. Iloborta nnd
fmlly and Mr. nnd Mr. Oscar Hhlvo
nd family left thla morning .for
"Pflng creek, where they expect to
Pend the next two wenlm nnlnvlns
he fishing nnd other Attraction ofChuplor No. 3B n. A. M. will be held
that resort. this evening, (luard Van Klper, II. P.
7,000 Drafted Men
Ordered to School
Wathlngton, July 16. Provoit
u. ... .'
riii crowder has called on 15
iaic today for 7,000 registrant
MM'.Ui MMKJK IN UOIXG TO INMT.
LAND PKP.PAIIKD TO LAND
hTATK CONVENTION NEXT HIM
MKIt 81 DELEGATES
Klamalli Fall li going lifter the
1010 Klk ilale convention.
Thli waa decided at a special meet.
ItiK or the Iodic hold last night, alter
it committee had Interviewed the lead
ing business men of the city, who
were enthusiastic lu pledging Ihtlr
support In providing entcrtalnmnet
In rato the loral lodge wan mirceaiful
In securing the convention for a year
Klamath Falls lodge plant to dedi
cate lt new 110,000 home neit year,
and It was felt that It would ba very
j appropriate. If the slote convention
could he held here nt that time. A
celebration by tha whole
li nIo plannad for tlio occa-
Tha first state convention will bo
held In Portland thla year en August
17 and tl. and it- Is expected
that C000 Elk will be In attendance.
Klamath Fall hat elected 14 dele
gate and alternate to attend thl
pttlon, and the nrn expected to re
turn with the convention for Kit
rr.ntli Falti for next year.
The publicity committee, contltt-
Hon have already been tpoken for In
Portland. Tha expense of the cam
paign for securing tho convention will
bo borna by the Individual member
of the lodge and a special finance
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committee waa appointed to aecure
fermin, C. K. HHey mid J. E. Bwan
ten. The following delegate and alter
f wfl ,,,, 0 ,
'r ' .., .i.p,.j.
In tho convention, were elected:
K. II. Hall, J. J. Parker, C. T.
Stone, C. J. Ferguson, W. O. Smith,
W. S. Wllov, :. A. Hnyden, I.. (I. Van
flclten.l). V. Kuykendall. C. II. Un
derwood. D. D. Campbell, 1. W.
lloiiHtnn. Dr. Weslerflcld. O. W. Rob-
ert.on. K. II. Jefferson. . 8. C.lleB.
, ; .,..
K. It. neame, C. R. niley, J. O.
(loldiiwnlth, W. K. Seehorn, II. M.
Ackloy, II. It. OlaUycr. C. K. Drown.
W. C. Dnlton, J. K. Hwantcn. J. J.
Btelgcr, Chat. I.. Moore, Chaa. Otey,
John KIcmcn, Jr., J. A. (lordon, li.
C, Hlsemore, and Dan W. Ryan.
.MAHO.XH MKrTT TOXIOHT
The regular mooting o the Klamath
for general tervlce to be tent to
chool of apcclnl trnlulng botween
the Un nnd tho fifteenth of Aug-
tg JEtigntttfl Herald
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THIRD HANK IN KLAMATH PALLS
OPENS DOOIUi FOB BUSINESS
THIS MORNING APPEARANCE
IS CREDIT TO TOWN
Tha Klamath Slate Dank opened
IU door for butlnoia hero today at
the corner of Slain end Main atreete
The Interior of the new Inttltullon I
l'i every way In keeping with the fine
exterior, which ha to materially Im
proved the appearance of tbla pross
It.ent buiineaa corner.
Altho the futures have not all
been Installed owing to delay la
transportation, everything has been
placed necessary to undertake the
new bualuoM. A mahogaay flalah
on all the fixture la contrast with
the white In the rett of the building
make a moat pleating comblaatloa.
An elevated director' or bookkeepers
room baa beea laitalled la the rear
of the building.
Judging from tho subetaatlal e-
aeelte wUh-whtia ike stew oalsesctse
I ctarted, IU future will be deddely
The present-force eoaalata of Presi
dent O. I), nurke, Caabler Ida B.
Momyer and J. I. Deard.
FOHKiaX MI.XIHTRR OF AV8TR1A.
HI'XCJAHY DKCLAn DKLLIO
KIUXT8 VOICE TUB BANK
Amsterdam, July 16. Daron von
llurtan, the Auttro-lluegarlan for
eign minister, ha been quoted a
saying "There Is hardly any differ
ence between the general principle
of enunciation by the atateamen of
both the belligerent. The enemy'
obstlnancy regarding the territorial
dumanda concerning Altace Lorraine
Trlett, Trentlao and the German col
onies appear surmountable. We are
prepared to dlacuee anything except
our own territory."
LOCAL MKRCHAXT RKTVRNB
A. C. Oolnger of tho Klamath De
partment atore, who has been on hi
ranch la tha Chlloqula district for
the part few xionlna, has returned to
tho city with hla ton aad will again
ataume charge of the local buiineaa.
A. D. Miller, who has beea manag
ing the builaes during tha former's
abaenre, expects to leave Immediately
for points oa the coast.
w WIATHIR MPOrTT
e Oregoa-Fair la western for-
tloa aid fair and eeejer la tba
e eaatera pertloa, with iBtle e
OREGON," TUESDAY,' JULY 16, 1918
ID GET BUST
CITY COt'XCII. PA8AEH OltDIX.
AXCK FOBtlXO XKMPIXYKII
TO LAUOItUAIIIIKH FORCEII
' TO MOYK OUTBID!: CITY
It I. going to) be n harder matter
to live In Klamath Fall from now on
without working than It Is to go to
work, If tho Idler' ordinance pasted
last night by the council I enforced
to tha letter.
Thl measure, which Is Initiated In
view of the abortage of labor due to
war coadltloas, provides tbst la or
der to be permitted, to be a man of
leisure on mutt bear a certificate
from the police Judge to the effect
that he bat, after effort, beea unable
to find employment and that the po
lice judge, after diligent effort, haa
been unable to find It for him. The
police judge la Instructed to make alt
portlble effort to place applicants In
vacancies with which ho Is la tour'.
Thirty-all hour per week la the min
imum of labor permitted under the
new measure. Property or Income
sufficient for support does not re-tse-Tame-ftbRvtne
tloa. Substantial fines and Imprisonment
are established for the Infringement
of the ordinance. The provisions of
the ordinance do not apply to perrons
temporarily unemployed by reason of
difference with their employer, or
to bona tide students during a school
term, nor to persona fitting them
elve to engage In trade or Indut
Dairies In the city limit for a place
thla site, and one developing aa rap
Idly ae Klamath Polls, are not con
ducive to tno best Interest of the
city, It was, decided, following a re
port of the city health officer, and
dairies now operating within the city
limit, given until May 1, 1919, to
remove to other quarter.
The following licenses for rooming
boutet were issued by the council
Mr. Harry Water for the flem
Rooming House, Olive and fleorge
Reed for the Welton Rooming House,
P. L. Barclay for the Argrave. W. C.
Towmend for the Townsend flat,
and Mra. Quulf for the Hot Spring
The turn nf 113,000 was ordered
paid Robert K. Strahorn In- compli
ance with the contract for railroad
Councilman Miller asked for 30
daya absence and was granted leave,
to take effect July 15.
ALUKS IX KART AT
RGQUKST OF RUSSIAN'S
London, July 16. At the request
of Ruttlant considerable numbers of
the Allied forcea are now on the Mur
man coatt, where several hnrbora
are connected by rail with Petrograd.
The dormant' are making a desper
ate attempt to secure control of the
coatt for eubmarlno baiet.
It la believed there are no Ameri
cans on the Murcnn coast, except
marines and blue-Jackett, unless
Foch bat sent soma.
NARROW K8CAPK FROM DEATH
O, P. Keller of, the Keller brothers
near Bonanxa, had a Barrow escape
last Friday night when hla Jumper
caught la the fly wheel of a gasoline
engine, tore the garment from him
ad threw him on tha floor with
minor Injuries. The Keller brothers
are Irrigating with their aew pump
riant and raa tha englae and water
ulht aad day.
The accident occur-j
t Saturday Baomln-
red at 1 o'clock Saturday
when he waa examlnla tha grease!
cup la the englae,
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LtXJAIi ADVIHOIIY DOAUD HKCOM
MKXIWi THAT ALMOHT HALF OF
!LA88K8 TWO AND TMRKK RK
PUT IX CLASH OXK
Out of 450 names In Classes two
three and four of tbo selective draft
which have been reclassified by the
legal advisory board, 200 name have
been recommended for advancement
to Clatt One-A to the local exemption
board, which Is now considering these
recommendation. The advisory
board contltts of Charles J. Fergu
son, Walter Van Emon, Albert E.
Elder and Charles F. Stone.
Should the recommendation of the
legal board be accepted by the local
exemption board, the drafted men
may appeal If they desire to the dis
The exemption bord started to con-
alder the recommendation thla tore-
noon, but Its decision will not be
available for a day or two.
HOME OX RAXCH OF LOUIS
ER IN EASTERN KLAMAni
DESTROYED BY FIRE EARLY
, YESTERDAY MORNING
The big ranch houte on the Lou It
Oerber ranch In the Horsefly valley
burned to tho ground early yetterday
morning, according to a telephone
report received yesterday afternoon.
Nothing was saved, the report stated,
except a few clothes and bedding. .
The cause of the fire hn not been
learned. Doth Mr. and- Mrs. Oerber
were there at the time. The Oerber
houte was one of the largest In the
Ungell Valley district.
ON THE WALL
With the American Army, July lb.
(it-imuu prisoner token today Ja
that they are eoavlaced their com-
maudera aave been beaten.
Americana today shot down a cour
ier pigeon tarrying a message from
the German divisional headquarters
saying that the situation was aerlous
on the east of Chateau Thierry, and
that the Germans saw no chance of
making further progress there.
Two American pilots shot down
dcrman nlrplanee today.
IN aVFROT TODAY
The ten per cent Increase la all ex
press rata west into effect today.
Thl Increase effects the express all
over the United States as there la
but the one company here alace the
SERGEANT WHITE WHO MADE SO
STRONG AN IMPRESHtON RE.
CEXTLY WILL RETURN
TROPHIES FROM FROXT
That Sergeant H. L. White of tho
Canadian Infantry, who made each
a splendid address a short time ago,
relating bis experiences of two years
on the Western froat, will return
with a fin lot of trophies frees tha
war sons aad lecture at HeesmMa
opera house Friday eight or uu
week for tha beaeflt of the Red
Cross, I the aaaouacaestat made to
Those who had the opportualty 9t
hearing thla soldier before mill weMl
come the opportualty of heerlag him
the secosd time, aad will take palae
to bring their fasatllee. especially la
view of the great easse, which is he
lag aided. Seme at the trophies wUI
be exhibited at tea K. K. K. store.
aad othajsafffrty nd aipUlaed at
the lectwrVT"tW eeaelet of Oarmaa,
Pruaalaa, Saxea aad Preach helmets,
end aa aero bomb which was dropped
oa Loadoa aad failed to explode.
New York. July 16 It was learned
authoritatively today that aa Am
erican newspaper la the far weet
pasted Into Germaa control before j
the United State entered la the war,1
similar to the manner la whlck tha
New York Evening Mall was taksa
An early action agalast the ottea
Ible owner la predicted.
CASUALTY LIST LARGER TODAY
Waahlngton, July 16. The army
casualty Hit Issued today contains
lot names. Sergeant R. D. Btude
baker of Robert, Oregoa, Is reported
missing In action. The marine caau
allies number 17.
IIKITIHH ADVANCE NEAR AMIENS
London, July 16. The British im
proved their lines oa tha east of
Amleai In the Vlllers Bretoaeux sec
DIG GUNS BOMBARD PARIS
Paris. July 16. Ths loaa ranee'
bombardment of thla city by tha big
Germaa guas was resumed this mora -
Paris. July 16 A via tare laataldht
bombed tha Amerleaa Red Orosa ae
pttel at Jcuy. Two ealisted mea war
Hospital Last Nr
OF KLAMATH FALLS)
PENETRATION MADE TO OCT.
SKIRTS OF VILLAGBB MILE ANB
THREE-QUARTERA SOUTH Of
STRIKING POWER OP, KNBaaT
SREX TO WEAKEN-
NOW TWENTY HOURS
y Aaeeclatad Frees
Tha German oa the westera treat
are coatlauiag their efforts furlemsly
" to,,ehl" new atucaa, Taar
ssaaa seas prugra nsa nis
but jthls was decidedly ilow la earn
parisoa with the sweep of tha Tea
tonic legioai la tha previous offea
slves. The line hag reached the vil
lage of Staguai, Lacbapelle Moatae
doa. approximately a mile aad three
quarters south of tha Marae river,
but held la the outskirts of these
The drive has also beea stopped oa
ths southern side of Bouqulgay weed'1
Juat aortbeast of the latter palat.
Tha Oermaaa are aow over M
hours behind the schedule aad there
la aow bo Indlcatloa that theyeUll
have tha same striking power aa
when they began.
Between seven and eight theaasad
Germaa troops were throwa lato tha
The Allies seem to have reasoa to
believe that tha sapreme teat of their
defense has beea stood successfully.
London. JulyHl. The Oermaaa
continued tnelr "attack agalast tha
French lines thl morning, hut wara
repulsed nearly everywhere with hea
vy loasee. They threw six bridges)
serosa the Marn river betweea Rea
lity and Dormant, but nowhere pea
ctrated over four mile.
Paris. July 16. South of the
i Memo the Qermant have not advanc
ed their line beyond Stagaone, Laca
apello Monthodon or Ltsssroe. The
French have taken thousaads of pris
oner In these aectloni. The C-ermaa
lose In prisoners the first day was'
WAR ACTIVITY IN PALsaWTNR
London, July 16. Ths Turks at'1
tacked the British positions at Palee. .
tine, commanding the crowing ot
Jordan aad one of the rtdsea aorta
of Jericho. In the ridge regioa the
1 British counter attack restored their
position, taking 600 Turk prteeaera.
was eaty sskaMly
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