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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1918)
(ftlj? lEutfttma Hrralft
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
'll.llli.nlli vnr No .1,11111
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1918
Price I'lve Cent.
POLAND WANTS TO JOIN ENTENTE
lJU1n VUlfnTi " -- -. . .-..... w
pirn ntic up nnMnmniis ihf : miih m guilty TODS?
mtt IN PORTUGAL Tl
110 YEARS OFF
READY TO WORK
I'lteltt: INMiUlts UIOLi:sALI. DAMI.Ls SAVS WK WILL I1K
si.si ur niwioits Minimi.' run n nai i: iv ukmoiiiijza.
i.u ni ui.ii in lot hm:t or iio.n or navv ih ihmhiiilk at
1S1IU slUKs riloiftsKII Ml I.AHLY A HATi:.
I.NTKKKHTH OK WHOLK hTATi: OLIAII HXMIILU
AIU. TO UK KOSTKHKI) IIV KK- UTILTA ON ONK
KKCIKXT CO-OI'KltATIVK IMIDV.i VIOLATION
KLAMATH IH Itlll-KKSKNTi:!). ' ACT MIW
Di;ci.i:i:i) haihma.n who rksh.ns lkad
coi nt rou iMisiur or iikii citoss ;ivi:s
KsPIONAGi: ,( rOl'.NT OK CHAPTKR AC-
I.M'LCrKD (OMPLISHMII.NTS TO IIATII
l.lhllON. DtT is DiiiuiiikiiIx ANNAPOLIS. Dec 1H ll will be
r.M.n.l mi Ili.i- nrr.l.l In c tmtit lion "t '""I "lln "" aml l'"lul- u
., , , '' '" ' atl,m "" rolurn
to normal pence conditions and we
1'nrn lt Hi.tur.n) show mi cxlcn- , ,(J fortunato if t,e conditions
..' i.v uu mii ii-r i-vi-iti'ss "Uy ,'1"1 ""' I'""'"'.'."!! drawing abroad make demobilization possible
MIIJ.il ham m ii. i hum. ,,,,,,, wtlo would strike the tint nt m, ,.nrl) n date." Secretary Daniels
Kit HIMHIXI (IN Till! Alllorri blow , said today In addressing conference
of Htiilu Governors.
U AUIMS-'l!'. IIV 11 t I. mi 1 S 1 'fl... .... .....! t. lnrofkajfl hrt
M fltlllltl'l I WM - . -. - - IU IIHIJ llllldi 111! a .......a."..... ..
ir(ili:or N TIONS I1"" ,"lh"1 rnm.Mu n.ii pruiMw Dalit to help moiniaiu me inicrnm.on-
imI a tritil) let lie signed Ii) I'otuiul, pollro force, but he hopes to sec
I llohi'iillii ami Juk.i Hlala, nriuritliiK thv IVaco conference put an end to
i. ., ....... . i.i . . ..... ...,, .,..
ki-iwiiuii'iiL ni'l ll'VI' '"" ilispiinii i ill" imreriiieni ih"i . nig (oiiipouuva niury uunuiuf,.
rnr.i. n -..-. ... ... Include inlllliir) rnllwa) and rommer-
I'lIACi: ( ONrilllKNCi: WILL ilul agrceimiili. .iIomvI) uniting it
group ( tlio new stiles to tint Hu
ll KT I'NIHMt W.U II IIIII.V ., j, B ,-,.., t,., that llmiKar)
lHT Ol' Ni:t MONTH , dcitlrcs to be In I lie Alliance
VIKWS ,IIVN( i:i) Itl.UAItl.ING
WILL UK I'llOlIKi)
(II) Am Inter l're
(oi'i:nh.(1i:n. Dee i
1 KUM.ril (illll.ON
I mi: .ton in i-ham
I'iiIUIi Kon'runieiit liun ileilurtil lt"lf lu nrRUVt ('huiiiii, a well
rmily tu nmiluiln mlllliiry-polllli'iil Kni n fonner Klminth Count) Klrl
Mlllanr.1 ltli lite niilmile. ici t.rillnu Ik ineiilluiu d b) IMkiii II IMmr of
. ... ,..,,. ! tb,. OriKonlnn ii anions tin) OreKon
I,. Urn ColoRim (U.rll. l,Mt,M ,. . rrenrl, ban,,
Dl.ptarbrn na) Hint Ihi- t'n rnun ,,,,, m))(.r ,,, , R S Mllilcl
.II of Kurlsbnil nsknd I'resldi'iil w !! alx
Hon lo rerintlllie Karlnbail a an Imlo
pendent rnpnlilli under Anierlran mi
WASIIINOTON. I) C. Hue. IS. -
'Die Americans and llin Allies hne
aKrcd to send n Chilian mission to
'Poland to Inxestlcnte the reported
nt rod ties
POIITLANU. Dec 18f Klnmi.tb
County. Is well represented In tbc
official roster of the OreBou Slate
Chamber of Commerce, organized In
Portland IobI week In the com
mittees of the organization It Is made
apparent that the Interests of the
whole state are to find expression
thru representative citizens, If the)
grasp the full Importance of the op
portunlt) to make it the Instrument
for material adYancemcnt It promises
to be. Thoufih there were no dele
Kates In attendance from Klamath
the county has been recognized by
the selection of six citizens on tnc
roster. Capt. J w. Slemans Is a
member of the Irrigation committee,
II. I). Mortenson Is on Industrial. J.
O. Ooldthwalto on lumber. Fred K.
S DETMLED URGED TO
The following outline of the work
PAItlH, Dec IS The American
pmtrii (iiiiiiiiIskIiiii han annoumd thai
Prmliliiii Wilson up lo this mum" "i
bun not mpri'ssid himself In fair of
nuy of lbt Mirlous propnsUlous that
lniv.i liuun advanreil regarding thu
criMllim of a l.eiigiie of Nations
Mr Piper who Is Msltlng llie war
xuiis In Kraiire In ioinpnii with
others Is nenillllR a voile of illtlilei
to the paper
i.i.ovh oi oitei: ro Mi'.irr
i in: pitrsiniiNT iTtmw,
0Iiik lo the greatly Improved con
Premier I.IomI illtlou of the mmnlih Influenu here.
I I) VI 111 V ll.ic 1 s
(Si org and I'orelgn Seintnrv Ilul- mid tl e fait tlnl Ihoro are hardly any
i i..... .i.,... i ii. ..h nliiiiH to uii tmtirnlH In need of their serWcs,
' i In mi I'rldio to imet the Presl inembers of the Womnns Library
PAIUK. Dec is Tl... newspapors Wilson will prob rmh who havo been cooking food
hero vitrlousl) I'laco Hi- prolmme r.l n-ndlng It to the different homes.
.lute of I tin opening of tho p. .ue iiiu tt. ,,lMOntmlo ,,B WOrk. accusing
lo i.u nnnounccment h) Mri (J. A.
Ki j'.to today
IBI" "' "'" '"' ,' ,,.,,, be 'T nirlMuwiH
fereniH frnui Jal.unr) UMli to the
ir.lli An Interview of thu I'ri'tidimt
with (Jeneral I'o' h and Premier
Clfiuenceau Is reported lo hne bum
haiiik. lie. IS Mu.h Inler.ist
nttiulii'N lo thu umferciiiox wniiu
President Wilson will hiiM' lth MK .
Victor Kmiiiiinuel who Is expelled to
arrl1i toinnriow '
All Investlglllloll b) Ci'loliel House
respecting till) probable uxtint of ter
ritory which should go to Hal) on the,
iirlnclpln of nil lul or linguistic deter-
. . . ..I r.l ultll
inliiutlon, uo no, ...... - , .,,..,,....... ro
nnxTniin 111 i
I! an) families aro In need -t hls
i.Mi' Inure nnd will communirato with
Mis lopnt .Ins nt tlio City Hall, their
i . i'il will lie pioWdcd for. but tho
ilem.ind bus now cca&od to warrant
l'ie I 'dies spending their time at the
i lull for tills purpose
Too warm praise, cannot bo glcn
tl oe who !wn been o faithfully at
uo.l. nt this tai-k during the days
when the epidemic wiih nt Its height
and wlicu a k man) ns n hundred
I homes woro Mippllcd wllh cooked
Nino humlred anil sll four ii.eni- ..,..,, ...,., Tl.ev deserve
tl... Ideas of llin Itnllnn govoinmcnt hers and $9S2 Is the total iiiiiiiiinl ro ,,, MUlt,ul0 f t10 entire community
c If I h It Hlu-u.d go further ported to Portland h....d.,u,.r.ers las (hs mlBolfh)l sorvIl0i
wnuil tins nun i j)lKi( for h() ll()t W(1 ()1H ))f ,lu,
"" .....iiilierHhln drive now being comlurt.
TEN ARE TAKING
iii.inilierHliIti drive now being comlurt.
'nil This amount Is for Klamath
1'alls and Poe Vnlle), none of tho j
Intlinr outside dlstiiits being heard
from us )el. ..nil Hie liwauna llo
Ten ,..ung ladles am Imlui ..kiu co.npau, being the only Industrial
l en )ouiih in ii ....minHt. iiii'preilnct liuro Iniluded
'"" I,,U,,,,, ," r the! Tin, total moinbershlp sought In
W1P1 Htar oil this 'J ' . (.oullty , b.1.1.1. and with tin.
Kln.niitli CouiH) High h h.o . fron
..xiiiiilnnlliiiiM m 'u.llnncl until I 0ii'' ,,,, ,., ,,,.,.,,
over the result", ho far
ii u riHi,itfully urged upon all
HI'IICIAL UATIIS I'Oll ! v in) hnvo subm-rlbcd for mi)mb6r-
... ..v tiiitiil)S 'Hhll's t '" " I'HllonH in lumii
I.AS'IOIWO.N A,'oA"s'j1,B1,i IIB ,o who urn not display
n..i mi milillrltv. nnd R. K
horn on transportation.
Not alone Klamath, but alt the
rountloi of Kastern Oregon are Iden
tified well with the new clumber
DcBChutcs, Jefferson. CrooK and -Morrow
had delegates present from an
tral Oregon, and the upper Columbia
river dittrlct also had some of Its,
aggressive citizens nt the convention.
Alfred A. A)u. of Lal'lnc. wna j
sneaker who Impressed tho delegates
with neglected resources of scenic at
tractions of Oregon. Ho told how
groat had been the Increase of tourki
travel to Crater Lake In the two ) ear
since general advertising of its beauty
had been Introduced by tho .Nortn
west Tourist association. Mr. A) a
related how tourists become Inter
ested in tho business chances seen In
their acatlon travels. He tecalled
the examples of two subbtnntlnl ittl
zens of this state who became In
terested In ranches they chanced to
sec while touring and afterwaras in
quired. It Is (.Ignlflcnnt, too. of the ton
trol of Hie organization by the out
state counties, that Multnomah has
only a minor portion of membership
In tho official roster, eiiner oi me.
directorate or committees' While
the Portland Chamber of Commerce
gave every possible nld In Munching
tho now bodj. It was made clenr horn
tho Hrst that the Initiative In its' foi
mntlon, plans and scope of activities
should come from tho outside There
was not even n tcntntlvo p.ogratn
IJec. IS liatir)
Lcmlcr. the Oh ne rancher who has ,i0ne by the county chapter of tho
been on trial here for tho past rew American Ked Cross was given D)
t a i. . p. .L.i-.l Pmipi nn r-li".rfrt at tt r Mm-iAnonn in fnnnftf Inn
of Iulatfou of the Esplonawi act, 'as Ht, her report when submitting her, roilMIUl SKnthTTAIlY OV .STATU
.. .-..kl. .!... . .. I
r -una guuiy on one iujui. u " rtalKnatlon-
Jjr this afternoon Th Jurv .o Executive Committee Klamath Coun
cimmended lcnlanc) of fi.- Court In ty Chapter, A. II C , Klamath
Hashing sentenc Tim was gt anted ' Falls, Oregon- )
1 K fr r... i I have twice before petitioned you
.or preparing moHmi for a tt ,to reeve me of the chairmanship of
trial iour chapter, and ou refused, but
l ,.ml,.r u.ik .'irrnsi'il of declaiin.! nr.. th.it (hf war Is over, and I am
I ... . 1. ... .1... I. (kn nlnla, I m I
that Wilson should have been nang-1 leaving me cuy .ur mo ...,
ed for getting the United States into asKing mai you ..., ..
the war and to have urged a neigh-l purnK the next few months earn
bor bov, Francis Hrotherton, against est supcrvlsIon should be given In the
responding to a call of the selective workroom, as we have large refugee
draft A number of witnesses from 'allotments to complete.
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I to date. During tne me oi our cuap
'ter.we have been placed upon the
' Honor Roll, and have shipped the fol
( lowing ..applies:. - ,.-
292 khaki kits, 1,781 pajamas, 164
nightingales, 680 winter bed shirts,
, 20 summer bed shirts, 25" bed Jack
ets. 16 wash cloths, 459 dish towels,
1 160 dish cloths, 50 property bags.
256 Christmas presents, && sweat
ers, 1,940 sox, 24 mufflers, S2 wrist
lets, 21 bed socks, 5 afghans, 1 hel
met, 164 children's dresses, 96 sheets.
227 bath towels. 154 hand towels. 43
napkins. 222 handkerchiefs, 130 wo
men's house gowns, 240 surgeon
wipes, 13 surgeon pillows, 5,000
Walton was selected .is'K.iuZe strips, S16 Irrigation pads.
3.4S2 absorbent pails, z,4uu gauze
compresses, JS9 triangular bandages,
11 T bandages. 17 4-talled bandages,
130 abdominal bandages, 219 sur
geon gowns. 12 cai'litles bandages,
106 cello pads, 49 assorted pads.
In addition to this there has been
shipped three tons of old clothes,
vont fnr tho rellpf of Ilclciau refu
gees, and there is on hand completed
' COMING YEAR,
head of Klamath Chapter No "5.
Royal Arch Masons, .it the annual
meeting and election last evening
Owing to the influenza ban, tho
usual festivities whiih uccomp.inv
this meeting were omitted, and only
Important bi's'ness n'"tters taken
Following nro the o'llrers choon
George J Walton. High Priest
Marlon Hunkh. King
Frank Ward, Scribe
John G Ilormonl, Captain of
i:, K. Magee. secretary.
L F Willtts, tre.iburer
JiAYs OPIMON OK COU.NTKY
TOO WII)I:LY AT VAIHAM-'K AT
TIIITIMK I'Olt DKITXITK MOVH
UL'SLNKSS IS .NOW TO SIHTLK IS.
hUr.S WITH KXKIY. I'KKMAN
KNT ORCA.NIZATIOX OK KX
TK.NTK IS SL'J(IITi:i.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dp'. IS.
Declaring tiia: ilio wi lest dh'.-)ity of
oplniou exU'a r-iirdlit-? tr... foims
tlon of a I.easue of Nations and on
the definition or the freedom of the
seas. Senator Knox of Penuslvsn'.a.
former secretary of State today urged
the postponement of these tyiesttons
until after the peace conference.
He declared that the function of
the Peace Conference is to etttc the
Usues with the enemj The rovlsien
of the inaiine laws and the League
of Nations are issue between the Al
lies themselves and tho noutr.ils and
should not be complicated with the
simple demands of the peace treaty,
he slid. i
Instead of the League of Nations,
Knox suggested n definite Entente
provided It be a small natural on".
The foieign relations committee
dclaied action on tho Knox resold-
gees, and there Is on hand completed' placing the Senate In favor of
c?esro;meenrt?1,0ttiUEarti', Postponement and calling for a
35 sweaters. 14 pairs socks, 100 withdrawal of tho American forces
miscellaneous articles I from Emopo nnd the abrogation of
the Presidents extraoullnary vv-ir
n.i. .. ii ... ...,.. ., n. l.nml n. tirnaonl
to be completed are-
250 pairs pajamas. S5 bos" blouse
suits, 200 convalescent robes, 75
yards of goods to be made into girls'
dresses 330 ) arils of goods to be
made into women's underskirts
Our treasurer's report will gho
Uou an idea of the funds collected.
nnd I will onl) Inform )ou that we
HOLLAND l'Ri:ss l'ltGI'.S
ih:iaihtui: or willivm.
AMs"l'i:RI)M. Dec IS. Tho Nie
nnd I will onl) inform )ou that we, . T , .,cril
have $.4S5 on hand at the present, HohpnolUrn
RAS PART IN
I'llffoid Sovits a vvoll known Kam
nth Falls boy, has been in sonic of
ment to leanest the Hohpnollorn io
......n , ,o l .... lhH.L'i..1
I'AKIA, HOC io. i ........ ..p. .,
of nil bo can do still, and of the , , , niirnss n.v nnnrcclution leave the countiy
tliousaiuK of Frcnclimcu who weiol0f ti10 co-operation shown, and I biuck detlaied in a speeci that tlio
spiued b) the entry of the I'nlted I shall be more than glad nt all times
States into the war" declared Mar- o ren er any ass n u ,
shal Joffro In a letter of welcome io .nsKiniivw k AioriTHNSON.
Picsldent Wilton, published here to
i loin with all iu soul in the
was not even a leniauvu ihukiuih - - .i.,ii...
and until the committee on program ... .-" ;, , "
.., . rv. ik Dei IS.--A h.oila
mto 'will ho KI anted to clergymen,
sight, as ...oho w,, a .. . .-,..,-, UUolmlB hattles of tho war
K ihes.) omliloniH will bo solicited
froin now on Id those who arn con
ducting tho campaign. It Is also ox
ported tlmt thu men In uniform who
mto vv.ii uo gnu..... " -".- .portiui that thu mnn in iiniiiirm wiui
pvor I tin uillioiiilH beginning "'"l'';'l,wo roturned will help In this work
I nccordlng to a letter rocnlvort o) mA ht (lluy w ,,
the Itov W fl F.irem.n, fiom Dlroct- B(j()(1 roilUH , ,1r(,y ,
......... Tlw Inllnr flOI.I tl.O HI .
or McAiloo. Tho ictli'i- "" V "' 'heimostloned
Chairman Walton todii) Is on-
' , In mm
lector BotiP.nl wits in ie.'"" -,
fiom ll.u R"V. Foi eman pninii uh " iUmvl)r1B tl, Kt ,, extoiiHlon of tho
that lit many lusinnin. n...u..." .- , ( )f U(y ,l)Wll, from Huu
hut In many Instances saiu.us ' , fr,(llKh f y ,(l)Wll, fl
.it vml hy tlio cloiKjr 'V1' )!!"". I KniiwlHCO, In order that ho
,,, , pay the Incensed lrM'' ,., work
lcttor Just recohed by his. mother
dated Novombci 7th, tells how ho
with slxleon othor boj.s wore all liv
ing In one room previously occupied
hy tho Oormnns.
COMiKCTlOX SUIT FlIiKD.
An action for the .collection of
$157.08 has been Instituted by Hert
C, Thomas against II. J. O'Rrlon In
tho office of tho Circuit Court ClorK.
was appointed at the flist session nnd
reported back, the deliberations wore
uncharted. Likewise the committee
on organization found that It had
been given a man-slro Job In the ef
fort to make the by-laws as broad
gunge as all might dcslio. the com
mittee called all of the delegates Into
a committee of tho wholo for the con
sideration of the report that after
wards becamo the basic pi Inclines of
tho State Chamber.
LoMIs J. Simpson, of Coos county.
a. member of that dologatlon nnd
among tho best known men In tho
lumber Industry of tho coaet saldt 'I
am convinced that this Is to be actu
ally an Oregon State Chamber of (
Commerce, and It deserves mo nui
support and active Interest of citizens
of Oregon. ,
This expresses tho opinion of the
men who Joined In organizing tho
Oregon Chamber of Commouo. It Is
probable that early conferences of
some of the committees, especially
those on Legislation and land settle
ment, may he called at nn early dato.
dent" " I
I VW4.l7 7A'.r.' J, fUYvMi
xmrmtEVi Ls Am
.MAJOR HAMILTON IS
;ov eminent Is willing to discuss with
.' - entente oxtia.litlons of tho form
er kaiser providing the ills' usstou U
in keeping with Holland honor and
dlpnitv Hi stitea that the privseu
arrangement is piovlslonal
That Major R R Hamilton Is now
In Poitland and expects to be In
Klamath Falls for a fow das net
week Is tho news received bv his
Ii lends heie It Is bellovcd that
M ijm Hamilton has secured his 'lis
chili go nnd will locate in Portland.
urnuiMi iiiiri: viri:uu.Y
... . , i. -,. i ...
no woiunng oi i.eorge n. visum ..
and Miss Kllz.ibcth Kubanka was per
formed yestorda) afternoim b) Just-loigllt m)jeg frn
,. . x i II... ..... ... Tlilh nnnlrnpHnpr .. ., .
i RANGR BOUGHT
: BY IDAHO MAN
Sale of thn I
I... N J Chapman. Roth contracting
'panics .no count) lesldcnts and will
continue to inuko their homo here.
This is the second icienioii) peiorm
.... iii liistti.. rhnniuaii since accept.
lug tho icipoublbllltlps of his office.
r RtichoU lancli
Klamath Falls to
A II Dearinger of Twin Falls, Idaho,
who has lecentl) arrived to mako
Klamath Count) I Is futuro homu.
was corapWted today by the R. K.
Smith Realty company. They ranch
In question comprised 70 acres of
very fertile land, and Is highly lm-
LAW SlGXriD IX COLORADO proved Thn place, with tho stooK
mul macnincr) en,i.iiu.uii., ,,.,..-
.. , ,... ,. t b.niv brnuEhi $9,000. Tho
.vi-vv.,it iipi. ix. i no uoi.e u.jj--" -- - - -
- ' "i .
law w ns signed here yesterday by tho
now owner will tako possession In
about thirty da)s.