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OF KLAMATH COUNTY
Thirteenth Year No. ;.-I1H!
OVATION IS NEARLY DONE
ri:afi:ning ahtillf.iiy salitf.s
iu;m) tiik Am vhi:. mil ami
MRS. WILSON KNTKIt FHKNCII
IIAKIIOIt T()I)AV. NOW IX PARIS
'. S. UKSUMK TRADING RIOLA
TIONS WITH RUSSIA. AMF.Itl
CAN NAVY TO COMF. HOMF. UK
HKKST. Doc. 13. The President
arrived In the harhor hero nt one
ocloek this afternoon among deafen
InK salvos of artillery afloat and
ashore. The weather was bright
anil clear. The President cnirlo
ashore with Sirs, Wilson who carried
the American flag with a bouquet.
Midst a thundering cannonade and
Witt 1IUII1K IJI kllUr 3ldllKlUlI IXlllllUI,!
the party was escorted thru the
AtreetH. Mr. and Mr.s. Wilson left for
Parlj at four ocloek.
WASHINCiTO.V, 1). C. Dec 13.
Plans for resuming general trade
nlth parts nf Russia and Finland
are dWloccd In tho announcement
of tho War Trade Board that appli
cations will nowliu considered for
the Import licenses for commodities
including platinum, hides, Mklnn,
fuels, sulphur and seeds.
WASHINGTON, I). C. Dec. 13.--llvery
capital ship of tho American
Navy now In Europe Including trio
drcaduaught 'squadrons which have
been operating with the Hrltlsh, will
return to homo waters' this month.
It Is expected that they will read
New York. December, 23rd, A navnl
rovlow will celebrate their arrlvul
LOCAL HOY I'HOMOTKI)
News has been received hero to
day that Italph Hum who Is In Kng
land with thn American Expedition
ary Forces has been piomoted to Ser.
peint first cla.ss In tho 102nd Medical
HKMANII FOIl LIMK IN OIIKCON
TO IIK AHCKKTAINKD SOON
SALKM, Doc. 13. Tho llmo hoard
today authorlzpd Chairman Cordloy
Hf G. Leody of Corvallls to employ
an agent to go among tjio furmors of
Oregon for a month, and ascertain
tlm demand for llmo as a fortlllzor.
It Ik believed that Sam Mooro of Cor
vallls will probably be selected. If
there Is little or no demand, no ap
propriation will bo asked.
HUNK DK.VIin) COMMUNICATION
WITH LANDS WKKT OF IWINK
PARIS, Dec. 13, Marshal Foch
haa rofused tho request of. the Ger
man armistice delegates thatT they
be permitted to communicate with
the provinces west of (he Rhino now
being occupied by the -allies.
Tho commandor-ln chief declared
It was necciary to maintain tho
blockade of Germany, n provided by
pi.imiu.ng am hkating plant,
in, WALLS pl.sti:ri:i. iiuilu.
L(i NOW AWAITING AllltlVKL
Tin' now County Court House on' LAKKVIIvW, Oio., Hue. 13. A
Main Strtot Is rapidly Hearing com- giotip of lumhcimun, who are undor
pletlon ultlio thuru In kT 111 much to stood to do representatives of thu
l)i done liofore It Is ruuily for occup
miry. Tlio fuiimi'u hus been install
ed A largo part of tint plumbing
completed ii ml tint walls plastered.
It Is understood that opcritlon.s
are delayed thorn somewhat at this
tlinn a w 1 1 iik tlio marble Mnlshlns-,
which Ik to decorate tho walla. This
Is now expected dally.
Wandering thru tho rooms In their
present condition gives one tho
presslon that there aro enough, not
only for the dlffvront county officers
but for the various attornoys on each
sldo who havo battled ho arduously
during the past yours over tho lo
cution of tho building. Tho Jail has
been placed near tho top of tho build
ing and Is designed apparently to
furnish tho prlsoneis with all tho
comforts of homo. Its proximity to
the sky may havo a beneficial effect
In working u reformation on those
In custody and they will bo far from
tho inaddonlng crowd.
V ALDINGTON. D ('., Die II
Itopicsontatlvo Moon today Introduc
ed a hill authorizing Postmaster Gen
era! Iliirlcson to negotlutu tho pur
chase of tho telephone Hystoms n(w
under government control. Ho s.ild
thnt MurlcHon had Informed him that
thn President approved of this moan.
WASHINGTON, I). C Dec. 13.
Captain Lester testified today that
thousands of pro-Germaus and many
Americans volunteered before tho
United Stutes entered tho war to ob
tain Information for tho German es
AGITATOR IK AHRKKTKD
NKW YORK, Dec. 13. Kills Jonon
who purported to havo authorltlvo do
cuments proclaiming n reign of Hoi
shevlklsm thruottt tlio United States
beginning today was iirrestod In Con-!thQ
trnl Park, wnno delivering hih ad
CLARA CALKINS ON GLKI3 CLUH
Miss Clara Calkins was chosen last
Tuesday night for one of tho ton va
cant places on th,e woman's gloe club
of the University of Oregon, when
the final tryouto woro conductod. Miss
Calkins, will sing second ulto with
YANKKKS IIAI11KU ON RHINK.
WASHINGTON, V. C, Dae, 13.--Tho
Amoricun army which l.s march
ing Into aermany has como to a
stand on tho Rhino Rlvor,
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1918
WILSON REACHES FRA
timiikr ri:pri:ki:.viativi:s AT
(iOI)Si: LAKK LOOKING FOR
sin: i -oit rig i,r.Miu:i(i(i
Long Hell Timber Coiupimy of Knn
hih City, are now In this neighbor
hood Investigating possible mill silos
iiround Coo.su Lnko for n huge kiiw
mill, which If It materializes a now
seems p-jihuhlo will m ciui not only
"lie of thn lurRi-st mills In the ciiiii
try hut n now railroad outlet to tho
' ,,, Il8 ,t ,H r,.)()r(0( Umt thl, Wot.
Im-',,,.,, ,.ar,f,c , rmly to ,,,,,, )n ,0
,, plllti w,o.so tonnage will bo
Several sites uro now bolng con
sidered, ultlio no iriitMrurif proper
ty has been made.
PA HIS, Tuesday, Dee. 13.- Legal
'action against the former German
emperor has been commenced by an
organization of "Mile mothers." Tho
I ,lnim,l r.. i..,.......,. f..t uh.l.i.1 l.i.t
IIUIIKMIM 1,1, l ini III Mill nillll-E, ,,llli
the commanders of tho German army
In April, 1!)10, directed that minor
girls he carried away from their fam
ilies, that they wunu submitted toj
odious treatment and forced Into
close contact with notorious women.
Thu statement of complaint says
that whereas said communderu were
thus guilty of thu crime of abduction,
and that they were under command
i of thulr former emperor, prosecution
LONDON, Dec. 13. Win. Holion
zollern will not make any statement
as to his efforts to prevent tho out
break of the war In 1014, according
to tho Amorongen correspondent of
tho Express. Count von Ilentinck,
bust of tho fonu,er emperor, received
the correspondent, and after tho
quostlon had been laid huforo llerr
llohouzollorn, Is reported to havo
"Tho kalsur much appreciates your
messugo, and thanks you, Ho suys:
'Tell him If there Is uiiy possibility of
,ny ,)OCOII1nB dofondunt, I profor
postponing anything I havo to say
until that tlmo. In nddtlon, I do not
deslro In uny way to compromise' any
niomber of tho government, as It ox
. at Ul0 Um() ,)t tho outuroat ,,f
war , ..
YOUNG KOLDIF.HK RF.ACH
HOMK LAST KVKNING.
Roger II. Torroy, who went from
Klamath Falls some time ago to on
list In tho Canadian Infantry, after
bolng turned down iV the viu'Iouh
branches of scrvlco In this country
on account of his oxtromo youth
arrived homo last ovonlng to thn sur
prise and dollght of his mothnr Mr'.
Roso Torrey, who hud no Inkling that
ho was on his way,
Konneth Wnllon and Howard Dow,
who havo been attending tho Hoiison
Polytochnlcnt School ut Portland,
getting special training for sor'lco In
France, also came In last evening.
KLAMATH STANDS TO LOSE
Tlmt Klamath Omul) I- iioi ion-
(cinplnlcd as the hllr for Ihe most
KlK ' IninlMTlliit npcillm. mi,
whole In llii- mm'IIoii, anil line of the
largest In the United Kliilc-; mill thai
llii- ninn-tei- mill, when It I- In-liiMcd
mil) lir lilllll ill Goose Like, In Like
roiltity, owing Hie uttltllili' of tlio
people lien- ur thrlr i-pre-cututltc-,
I- now known to men who me In
cln-e loiicli with tin- -lliiutloii,
It wns gciicriill) Known Hint when
the Immense Iriut of H7.IMUI nil en of
Ilinlier on (he Kliiliuitli Indlnn tecr-
ulioii, whlili wns m ranged fin Hull
fer recently to (lie Long Hell Liimher
eoinpiiny liy the llnoth-Kcll) cuiiipn-
liy, Us dewlnptiicnl wa- eoini'ur.illic.
ly liiiiiiliient, mid It hii- iiiiliirally
-iipMi-rl Hint Its niaiiiifiietiirlui; e
talill-liineiit wiiulil be locnte.l -iiuie
where around the lilu t'pper Kliiin
nth like, lo-e to the center of the
It' now appear- thai the big inaliti-
fucliiier-, lelng tin- -plrll in which man) deilme Hint -ueh u poliej I
Inrge tltntier Invcntllli'iitN lire regard, fnolluirdy, and that u gnuil III til or
im In Klaniatli County, the general corporation will decide upon n loea
apathy of the people Inward liitrrc-l- Hon whether or not the people Hirel
ing capital In ciiiik' In mill the ill iiiiliiceiiieut- of thl- naliiie, li I- tici
tre lug manlier In which the r"-l- erlhele. a fuel that ili-lilcl- where
ileiit.s lme waned ami Jarred miiiuig this regime has been followed liae
thein-ehe- over petty mailer- for the
lust decade, lias reached Ihe point
wliero Ihe pro-peethe inaiiiifacluivr-
Imve utxiiit iht'lded to clioo-c a, -nine-
what It convenient local Ion, where
ii policy morn friendly to their Inter-
-Is Is Indicated.
That, thl- big mill, whereier II
goes, will he fully as large a- nil the
mills In and around Klmnalli Fall-
put together, there Is on ilnlllil, u-
hllrli il plant would mil) he In keep-
lug with the Immeii-o tract that has
been purihn-eiL To lo-e it under
nil) condition- would ho lanieiitiible,
but to lo-e It fin-the eim-e utlriliuled
Klamath Falls 9th in
State Bank Deposits
Klamath Calls now stands ninth Klamath KiiIIh
in tlio list of Oregon rllles as regards ' Medford
bank deposits, according to statistics j Oregon City
prepared In Salem, Its deposits being, Itoseburg . . ..
$l!,r.l&lr.rir.,,JG, Lu Grande
Twonty-nlno towns In thu state 'McMimivllIu
now havo deposits totaling $1,000,1)00 j Corvallls
or more, Tho total of thesu Is $192,- Marshlleld . .
218.C02.S1. Theio aro 211:! hanking I lleppner
Institutions now In thu stutu The! Hood Itlvur
list of the towns with a
more on deposit follews:
City or town Hanks' Deposits
Salem . .
ISugono . ..
24 $12li,8B 1,709 Mil LnUovlow . ..
. 4 0,920,543,(18 ! Condon .
2 (1,5(19,8 12,4 2 lluml
4 0,354, 852,39 Ontario
. 4 4,063,115,71 'Grants Pass .
3 3,373,019.01 'Ashland
2 2,7riC,003.38l Milton . .' ...
. 3 2,62C,022.!4Jl)urns
Albany . ..
COAST AIR, TRIP IS
SACRAMKNTO, Dee, 13, Aviator
Lieutenant Hoglaud has returned
sufoly to Sacrnmento following tho
llrst nlr trip between that city und
A report giving rocords und other
aeronautical data collected during
tho flight will bo prepared and emb
mittcd to tho commanding officers dt
tho Hold by Lieutenant Hngland.
Whllo an attempt was mado to es
tablish a record on thn flight north
wurd.Lleuteuuut Hoelund mado tho
return trip moi(lolBiirely, Ho also
was Jtainporod by bad woathor on
his return, und wus delayed at both
li) llii' iiirii tliciii-chc-, m'ciiis Insuf.
fci ilde. 'Mil- I- tin llr-1 big
I"1"" " e.ll-t.l.l 1,,,-let -llpb,
le.l-llll Of till- I lll Wlllf.lie, lull It Villi
,,.,.,,, , , , ,
lie h) fur llii' higgcit. A large iIiiiii,
n .MM !. will I n-lriii led
ntl jcir lij the C.illfniiilii-Oicuon
I'iiiht cniupmi) at (lie head nf I, Inl.
Ithrr, ulilih will rnl-e the I'ppc;
Lnko In u ileplli mIiciii tlio il.tngcis
now encountered In liming, il I- dc-
elm eel, ulll he ol. Inlc.l, mid ei'r,v
iiiiliirul Inilui enieul foe the big pu
loll will lie nircrcil.
It I- now iippmciit lli.it u -udileii
unit ill-tluel change of lieail iuii-( lie
dcinnii-tr.tteil I Ihe people If (he)
wl-h to inert Ihe eulii-lioihe ulilih
now face- thetu, mill to alter Ihe Jti-I
-ii-pleliiii- itllli lil 1 1 lhe, me leu
eil b) thn-e from the uut-ldc.
So far a- I- known, no aclual In-iliieeiiienl-
b) the le-ltlenlh liae I'ter
heen otre red lij Ihe ill.N or eiiuut) to
an) liiinbeHiig nperiilliiu or oilier In-lii-tllul
plant to locale lieie While
Ihmmi well rs-pulil for their nrtlon-.' jh( of. the appointments of the
Wo -co ihe result.- of this in our' sugar How) on Main Street operated
neighboring town nf lleiul, and we. ,y jjrSi j j ellur hmo now been
know what It has accomplished ln,reuioud and tljo room Is being put
the ilevelopmeut of the elty nf Seal-jim,, hIiiipo for a mlllliiery establlsh-
lie. When flit- peoiln nf Klaniatli niiiut for Gertt tide and Compiny who
County can cease from dl-crlnilniit-' win move In a short time from the
lug In fnor of one rlii- nf people present ciuinters at tlio corner of
over another, 'When the) can look lie-i.
yonil their per-iinal illllcrcnre-, get
together a- u milt for the tiling- Unit
mill) count, mid -l:i) together, the)
will gel mhiio nf the thing- Hint light-
full) belong here, if Ihe) are nut all
M'ltlcil Mimewhete el-e In the mean-1
2,29 1,769,9 PI
1,895. 239 20
llillsboro . ..
and Kiihuuiirg, Oin., by
eonilllions mid engluo truu-
Tho flight was mmlo to iletermlue
upon a possible aerial mall route.
Much of tho territory over wjilih the
aviator flow was moiintiiluous, anil
ho vlsltod regions where tin airplane
hail never boon n'on In flight bofoio,
I'.C.'MA MAY HAVK NO
' tllA.VCi: AT !.U I. ML'LT.
WASHINGTON Ui.-' IS llitfjIot
In tho opinion of officials, hero will
not bo formally represented at tho
poaco conference. It said that thevQ, and two yenrs later PrusRln took The eloctlon of directors for thU
Is no government In Russia which tho over and nnuoxed tho district. Don-j body Is to tnko placo tomorrow morn
associated nations recognize us liuv- nrjrk demanded that tho pooplo bo" lug and It Is urged upon Klamath to
lug power to confer upon delegates, glvon tho right of solf-detormlnatloti. have a delegate present.
tho right ,to roprosent Hint country
nt tho PnrlB usscmbly.
AMi:ttl(.. ADMIRAL I IIGICS AP
PIIOPIIIATION.S FOR GIGANTIC
ro.ysTitrcTio.v dprlng m:.t
WASHINGTON, Dee. 13 Admir
al lladger of the (lenoial Hoard of
the Navy bofoio the House Naval'
ColiimllUo lm.1 urged that appioprl
at Ions which prnlile for a navy by
l!i2.', that Is flvo times as large us
that of any other country !
It was dei luted tint Liu Germtin 1
Hiiliiuarlues and several Austiliin mil-,
inarlui's weio sunk prior to August,!
llr.Ml ami Hint the AustrlmiH had only
MILLINERY SHOP TO
Sixth and Main,
U 3 Ut
- 1 1 fl ITlflHIl
II I M I ILL Li-INUi
WASHINGTON, I). C, Dec. 13.
Tlio Republics of Chill mid Peru hao
leplled to tho notes ot tlio United
States of ruling the servlie.s of his
tuition in mediating the difficulty
between I hem,
Puru,,lt It. understood has Indicat
ed a wish that the good offices of
tho United States could ho employed
to In lug about an adjustment of the
dispute over tho boundary lino.
Chill contents hersolf with oxpiess
lug her appreciation or the spirit In
which tho offor Is extended.
WOl'NDF.D MAN HAS
WIFK AND CHII
That Lais ltcdltiml, the young man
who wan reported on tho casualty list
yesterday as severely wounded, ond
who was icported to havo boon a
Blnglu man without immediate 10
latlvivs In this district, was married
and leaves u wife and child at
Grants Ptihs, Is nows recoived by his
friend, Kmll Siigenuan. The Informa
tion lepnitcd wns taken from tlio
holdlors legist ration en id nt tho Sher
iffs ofllco and Sagormns decluros
that lledlund was married Immedi
ately after lila registration.
LONDON, Doc, 13. A republic. U
to be tot up by tho Germnn provlncn
i f Schleswlg-Ilolstolu within the next
few ilnya Is ronortod from Amster
dam. Hi lilr.su Ig-HnlMoln, which has an!
nica of 7338 .squaro miles, formerly!
belonged to Denmark,
In 18C4 It.
was solzod by Prussia and Austria,
during tho last days ot tho Imperial
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Price Five Cent.
i:vii)i:.( i: of iio'ith.n propa
ganda KPRHAD P.Y All) OF
W. It lliaiSST IIROIGHT OCT
GGRMA.NH SOCGIIT TO 1111)11
T1IKIR DIM-IDS IN lilll.Clt'.M 1IV
DCLIItGRATi: 1,1 i:.S AUOUT
Ill'SSIAN COSSACK ATROriTIKS
WASHINGTON, I). C, Dee. 13.
Testimony that Kdwnnl Lyell Fox, a
writer, was sent to Germany In 1915
by the Gorman embusey to wiltc
German propagauil.i, which wus dis
tributed by the Hearst International
Nows Service, was presented today to
tho sounto committee Investigating
tho brewers' and onomy propaganda,
by Captain C. II. Luster, of thu Army
Theio uero no records to bhow
that Heai's-t or thu maungers of the
news survicu kni;w that Fox was in
thu employ, of thu German govern
ment A telegiani from tho German em
bassy to tlio foreign olllco in Septem
ber, 1911, said that the "Chicago
Tribune was a friendly paper.
Lester said that lo had confessed
ho haij an understanding, while In
Germany ,to write anything ho was
told by tho German publicity bureau
at Merlin. Fox admitted nil article
appearing In the Now York American
in .September, dealing with alleged
atrocities by tho Russian Cobsacks,
vns written under the instructions of
a. German olllcor to offset stories of
atrocities In Holglum, which wor'.
then appearing. Ho admitted that
ho did not know that any ot those
atrocities was ever committed. '
Lester testified tlmt Germany, 6u
July 10, 1914, informed 130 German
civil employes at a conference at Uor
1 1 n, that a world war would soon bo
started, and that they would then bo
sent to all parts of tho world. Thlr-ly-ono
of them emtio to America In
August, mid started to spread Ger
A wire from tho Poitliind C'hambor
of Commorce received this morning
statu that It has been decided to or
canlzo a Stnto Chamber of Com
merce with all the leading Commor-
rial bodies of the State us members.
Loallo Rogora will ropresent Klam
ath County at this gathering.
jr l-,iAi'L''trtiyi'tvn -.