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OF KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth Yenr No. 3,500
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1918
Price, 5 cents
HUN GOVERNMENT FACES CRISIS
UPPER LANGELL KLHH ILL
VALLEY TO GET : FALL 001 1
ITER ON Hi
BAD ROAD ON
MEL GOODS FOR
DRUE TO BE FIXER
L K HK M LN ,
use here BRITISH TO
m;VM rAVlum,i: VUTK 'AHT AMOCXT .NOW IN HAM) l.lTTI.i: (JITIUAI. FROM IM.IAM.F.PAHT. VIOI..VIORS OK MOTOR LAW ARK
GERMANS DENY ADDRESSING NOTES EXCLUSIVE- at i:i.i:ition hati-iiiiay i.m mem: than ham- or qiwa. .mi:nt from asiiicwx ijroioi.t to justice koi,
LY TO AMERICA AFTER WARNING SAR- ati:s that iiiiihiatiox win' htati: at miujkis ihioitimj' visits, indicates timt f.f-' uhaixg arrests ust nioht.
rAQTirPPFmMMFNTSAPPPAR ' '. I.AROi: TRAIT IS .MMIM3NT I'AK I'lMWI KAI'IMXHIO.NS ' IMII.s MA V UK lAI'WI I'll .'U3AD GlllTV A.M. PAY FIXES
PRESIDENT SAYS BIG TASK OF FEEDING HUNGRY
LIBERATED NATIONS IS ABOUT COM
PLETEDHOOVER IN CHARGE
My overw I....I..R n.Jorll of, Great .!.,..bl . ..... fell anl- That a very 8rcat ln,..ry erne ut Charle A Oro th. George sm,th
7 to , II... residents of Upper Un- I..B Klamath County meeting her' ,,a, be mid. In the road, on tl - "" M "T t
rrll Vnlli.) voted In ..vor of trra.- quota In the Had Cross membership! Klamath Indian Reservation n-rth ef breaker, of the liquor ordinance to
Mil hJ "-ii " "r "' ' . . . I. ,.., nf,,i,ltfrorar. M be apprehended and fined by the local
hit: an Irr Kill Ion iliwr.ci ior 1.10 wn- cumpuiKii mm unm " i .--
"rl K of ' W 00.. at., of land tho.a who are handling the drive. l- Shlpe of the Indian Department at officers. Their arrests were accom
.U.U ?..'...,.. ......,: ..... ..... ,u a..,,.,, i. i,..i,n. Its oun V..Khlnnon. who has bc-t. In -on- pllshed last night thru the efforts of
irillll lilt llC.ir I.1IM- irnriiwii, - tuw w.tn ..!-. r - -t
(By Associated Prcaa)
PARIS, Dec. 2!. The Kbert government at Berlin is residents ti.o original
ur,lj nkoly. compared with otner sections
i TI.Ik Ik ii loiif, step forward In the 'of the state. An Increase of il.uou
reclamation of a great fertile tract from all sources Is reported since Sat
whlch was I.Kluded In the original unlay, which brings the total up to
r.ilted Slates rrcliunatloti project, j $2,592. Just about half of the mark
,.i..r r..l..u,.,l ..ii notltlon of llie'orlglnnllv set A number of outside
. i .. .
frw.nce with Suiierlntcnden' W '. the sheriffs offlce and the local po-
West. Is Indicated b those who ae lice force.
In clow; touch with the sanation Groth. who is reported to be the
It was pointed out to J H Norrls local train peanut merchant, was sus-
durlng his brief residence here T) pected by the officers, who hid near
J W Slemans, who represents the the train until mldn.gni last n.gni,
KXOIiAM.S IXTK.XTIOV TO Mill"
SUPPLIES TO ARMY OK OCC.U.
I'ATiox hv wav or .sciii:i.trr
KIVKIl TO HOI.ia.M..
f the 'original!) set numuer 01 uuuiuu ...c.....-, -. - - ... , .
price! districts vlll yet report, and todays! .Vo.thwest Tou.W Asotlailon. that and were rewarded by seeing hira
tto minority merata? of the cblncl. Political .ircte in 1 Z!: "r.-ZZJ"ZZZ
Ucrmany arc aniiaieu oy mu minor mai uenerai urouur,. , ,,, for ,0 waturi ,, providing chairman w.iton declares mat m . ...e iu . .. .. - ---- -- - --"" - 50 d
".U ..' I.l I ...Imwln-IT l,no tli.-..li.iii.fl in Hni'o IWliii ,"..,. ....,.. .1 u M. LcrU every Instance the outside dh-.h Impossible to get thru, that the Bhen a choice of a fine of $150 and
i.l.nl..h I trie.. h. oversubscribed their d...r,c, lost large numbers of Us tors co,,.
It was with a view of accepting the quotas( while Klamath Falls l,as o w,u.u . - " f ,. e ,Vi. T
. .... ..,.,.. i n.i. .ni.n..,u ...i nnd that theio was little use or tne costs. fr
tYIIU ailltttlltu Ullllbliuuiii, ,i..j . v.. ....... v, .....
with the troops that remained faithful, if oorder 1$ not re
PARIS, Dee. 2!. President Wilson considers the most
pressing problem, that of supplying food to the starving
Bionics of the liberated countries, is now nearly solved,
crbcrt Hoover will be chiefly in charge of this work.
BERLIN, Dec. 23. The Berlin government officially de
nies the fact that it continued to address notes exclusively
to the United States after being warned to send them
simultaneously to an me nosuic ucngerema. mv vu.
waerts, in commenting on me suuauon, wiy.
ncss of this charge is incomprencnHive.
"It is inconceivable that the United States goes so far as
to expect that the people wno are ciuimy hhiocl-hl u. juu i.
!1t A...... ll. ,.:.. ....... ..n.ini'iiiiinll Ml1 HI'MW'I Ollintll
nnw offer that the moe now .1,1111.01 uway uemuu im.- " -.
undertaken, nnd after several at- girls on the street Saturday did very
tempts to get w titer from prlvato cuectne worKunugiiiB m "o
nourres luivu fallen thru. 1
Following was the tuUi cast for the
directors of the new district, the first
three being selected W I) Cuinp
bell 1, A Ii dale 40. II C. Tlelinor
37. William Sd.eble 17. II. C Cowley
1 1, ami Merle Kllgoro 13
Ah booii us Mr Tlelinor, who Is
i'Tl. l,..i.ol now lsltl.iK In Ohio, returns, the or-
1 111: inn o;'
gtiuuntlou will oe enecteu, 11 suruy
or secured and 11 sure) for the ditch
made The board proposes to work
wllli .1 view of gnttlng the water on
' :il ..!. !,!.. i.a.e .meniMinwi.il !.nrl iTttwl flllictlv the land nl the earliest possible mo
Ilg WW', ..! MIIV . .- bw.v ,-" . np TlR liim M acnr Inko ,g a,.
into a corner and expire. ir01l)ly lMH,u,u.,i .....i ti.u water avail-
WASHINGTON D C Dec. 2!. It may be authori- ai.in i.y a gravity now as so.... as u.
tivclf stated that the President will oppose in the most,"nni 0,,,,,.
direct fashion, all proposals to sink warships surrendered ANYin-
hv prinnnv. - SAILOR BOY ANXlUUa
' 1 ! .. nr-i CPU rtl r CDlTMnC
OltlXJON tAsKAl.TV l.lsT IOI. .
Kllleil In Aitlo.t
l'vt Aubre) I' Jones, Salem
I'vt Kriiest J Moe.ikhoiise,
I'vt Alfred Chrlsleniien, l.enls
Winn. lied. ilegui iiiulcle. mined
Corp Allied II l.enei. Irving
I'. Iv ale linger 1' Anileison, I'lorente
Limit Julius (' Moielunil. ritln:
I'vt l.ove A Coil. ad. .Sprlligflcli'
Sudmoud HiiKomv. Astoil.
I.e.. O Wiilkei Ashland
Died of I.NeiiMi
U'llf.ed King. Hod lUve.
MNslin; In Aitlo.t
Paul II Kiihl. Portland
Cnieuie P Fay. McMlnnuvllle
IS SOLD HERE
A realty li.nl wiih compleiml l.eio
HiitunlHy nflernoon l which C J
McCulltini purchiised five hnndied
nnd forty orii'i In llio Wordei. ills
trlct from Mis W O Smith of Hits
city. A portion of Uu l"'l ' hwmuii
land which lias been partially iiikiui
The new nvvi.nr owns pro,.e..,
jolnlnx nnd ..Inns ... reclaim a largo 13H....H... b. rUl.
trnct. Ho Is given Immmllali. .os- ' TlllamooK
l.leiatlou of the " "" " . ... .,
I I'll .....ii nmwiiii ointii.ii.
Se.g Kdwaid lla.dv, Pi.illand
Niiliun Hull, son of William Hall
l.a of the Gun Store expects to be homo
within Hie next th.ee months, nccord
i Ing to a letter Just received by his
father and ho will be mighty glad
l to get he.e He w.ltes that out of
itvvo bundled c.ses of the fnfluenia
I on his ship, six died Nelson de
scribes a slot ... which stunk his ship
Bluntly after leaving the United
Slates, which lasted for th.eo diisj
nnd nights. Judging from tho time.
of his letter, this storm will be an
eplnnl. which will linger lo.m In the
mo.no. y of tho jou.ig sailor.
Ho expects to ilslt tho lllack Sea
before letmnlng to the United States
niuoilon. Till) roilHliI
deal wih not inuilo public
SURPRISE PARTY FOR
RED CROSS WORKERS
Se.g Jer.y Prison, Itnlnler, ()..
I'vt. Horace II. Ullchle. CoiviiIIIk.
Clianffeiff. The.. Justeseii, Kent.
I'M Geo A. ngoit, Pol Hand
I'vt lllll Collins, Poitland.
I'vt. Andiew Ami.chor, I'oitl'inl.
I'vt Olio A. Ulcget. Portland.
FORMER CITY GIRL
DIES IN OKLAHOMA
TJX RATE FOR
'. STATE EXCEEDS
! THREE MILLS
SAI.KM. Dec 23 -The stato tax,
commission has now completed the
slato tax lev for 1910 which will
produce $3,021,402. the maximum1
amount that can ho raised under the I
fi per cent tax llinltitlon law- The
average state tax mlllage rate will bo
3 06 mills
In addition to tho amount which
will bu ralbcd b.v direct tux next e.r
the Htato will have estimated re
ceipts from foes and other sourciM In
tho Bum of $S10,r.20 which will make
a total fund available for use next
jeor of $3, S31.922
The total request for fi.nds, ex
clusive of requests for nev 'j.illd-
ings and unusual Improvements, .is
submitted In the stute budget. :tp
piovlmutes $s.447,9S0 for the next
two jenrs. Ono hnlf of that equals
$4,223,990. which Is $392,0CS In ex
cess of funds which will be avail
able to meet state oxpendituioa-
Hovvever. total budget requests
havo never been allowed by the legis
lature nnd there Is no reason to be
lieve other than these requests will
be Rrr-ntl) ti limned by tho foithcom
Ing scm-Iou of lawmakers
and that the.e was little use of the costs.
County building Improved hlgliwajs
now being planned when one of the
main links was allowed to remain
In the past Mr Norrls apparent-
got bus because Mr Shlpe appear
ed, shortly afterward and found the
f new- Superintendent anxious to co-
joierate It Is Intimated that an ap-i
proprlatlon of twenty-five thousand
.dollars, will ue asKe.i oi me cieiwri.
KX-KA1SKKS CIIKISTOIAS KKSTIVl
TIKS I'KOMISK TO l!K A OIJliAT
lK.Ii LIKE "SXIAItTY'S I'AKTY.
Illlili TO I'HKACH SKltMO.V.
ment for this work
0. S. REQUEST
BRUSSELS, Dec. 23. It has been
reported here that 'Hol.land has been
Informed by Great Britain of her in
tenUon"'iosendupplles tdlHe Brit
ish army of occupation in Gsr.iihny
by way of the Itlver Scheldt and
Sad novvH of tho death of Mrs. Max
McCull at llildgeix'tl, Oklahoma on
Dei ember 9th was received this inoin.
lug by Mis W. A. lleUoll.
Mih MeCnll will he best remember
ed he.e as Miss Mnrjoiy Selle.s. who
vvts lubtiuelor of mathematics In tho
High (.School for
A HiirprlKU was given the Saturday
Tlfil (!rosH woikorH by Mm U 1lrt
In form of a iIoII.Ii.uh lunclieim In
... ..... t...u ..... i.u.v iwlvnrtlscid
WHICH me i '"" ' l ,, iii-ii wiiiipc
their nerving nl.lllty and rhof. , HAItlll.K S III I . .
The workorH worn. meH.laincs, Povv. Wisi. i.ii.m.ii
nil. Weedon, Mi.gee, Otey. He I iimi 8,ou flf ,,,,,. wmk llcr0i Hll0 mBrtleil
the Misses Tor.oy. CI...H....... .ou.ei. ,""" ; yMl (fmn HinUMr. M.Call who was then County
I,... Coiad nn.l Jacob"' " " h .nir,tms i.y hanKlng Agriculturist. Her death wn8 duo to
uvrvj; -rvKK " '" tl.lrVHhopH. Theyoio going tho Influoiuu with complications.
nKTKhX TAKh . .losslhln and glvol
i,...'ir. " - , ... ,.,., uv L-iitveifirn
..i oi Mini. .1 K.iniu'n iii Hiun incur no i f.o ....-.---
tun m mp i
A fine of $200 oi $100 dolla.s and
five .lavs in Jail, was the sentence
imposed upon John Itodugues late I
Saturday l Justice N J Chapman
for impoitlug liquor into Klamath I
Countv Till was the rerontl olten-e
of the kind within the week for the.
ilote.ident who wn i aught bringing
in'tlie booze siibnieiged in celery, con
cealed in hi shoes and other pnitt. of
hls clothing The culprit was unauie
to speak llnglltdi and Ilex Bold and
Joe Joseph wete emplojed as Inter-pieteis
1 WASHINGTON. I). C . Dec. 2J.
Ambassador Fletcher at Mexico City.
I has advised the state department
'tiint the government organ. El
puhIiIo. has denied that Von Eck
har.lt has been recalled by Germany.
Other Mexican newspapers say that
his mission has been terminated, but
that he has not decided us to leav
ing the country.
An iftdirect warning from the
American government was responsi
ble for the decision of the German
authorities to dispense with the no
torious miulster, Von Eckhardt, at
i A hint was given oi ins uiiuesuu-
blllty officially, and it is officially
learned that the state department
has been advised of his recall.
ZURICH, Dec 23.-Von tllr.den
burg, according to reports, from Ger
many, has concentrated a lnrsc force
of soldiers In Posen, which Js in 'Jer
Polish troops recentb invaded ibis
territory after Poland claimed it as a
part of New Poland.
LONDON, Dec. 23. William Ho
henzollern has arranged n Chrlstm.s
rplBhrnHon for lilmoelf cifter the tra
ditional German st J le' as fur 'as pos
sible. There are to be elaborate re
ligious ceremonies on Christmas' Eve.
Mr Hohenzollern will deliver the
sermon himself. M.nny who were
asked to ay end have refused so tho
audience will consist of Count Von
Bcntinck and the family, the Emper
o.s suite nnd the servants
KKTl'HNS I'HOM SACKAMHXTO
MILLION IS GRANTED
FOR STATE HARBORS
WASHINGTON, D C, Dec 23
Miss Annie Applognle ,a teacher in
the Sacramento public schools, re
turned from that point last night, us
the schools there havo been closed
Indefinitely on account of tho Inllu
enza. A card from her brother,
Oliver C. Applegnto, who has been
stationed at Fortress Monroe, In Vir
ginia, states that ho has arrived at
Klamath Comity High iscnooi 101 - ... . Hn Francl8C(, and
th. co erH. Sim had a host of warm I M& ,,.,. lU un
..l I. I.. Il.ln nr.,, .111.1. tv i in W.I.I
irieiius in nun VUI..I...II.I.J o,u. ilntn
mourn her luieilng. At tho tonclu- n' ,m,u-
A total of flftcon tenchorH pnillel
pitcd In the teachers culmination
which woio coinplele.l at the Klam
ath County HlKb School Haturilny
stocking.! full Any one who Is fl
gin Ing on n nhnvo oi n hair cut to
round mil his holiday nttlro, should
bo Biiro to gut It by ton o'clock on
TO SIMJXIl THK IIOl.m.VYS.
Ill", l"' - -- .
. . ll I...IIH III It.
m . nix uiiivnn it vn iih i int Hiiuim n mi m
Piosocutlng Attorney William M,
Dunrun nnd Mis. Duncan me eitoncl
Ing tho liolldiiys with frionds In San
MILLION AND HALF
PARIS, Dec, 23, French soldlors
to tho number of 1,400,000 were
killed, during tho war, nrcordlug to
a stnteinent by tho socialist deputy,
l.ucln Vollln, In the chamber of dut
ies during an Interpellation of the
government on demobilization.
STRONG MOVE MADE
FOR DRY WYOMING
NEW FLU CASES
The following persons are quann-
tlned at their homes with the inili'
.. . ............ i.i.i.i ,-.. I
en'.i according co iciuuy uicsi .--po.t
W. A. Delzell, Crescent ave
nue, Mrs F W Smith, 129 Vain
street, William Thomas and fainil).
Tim .iveis and ha. bins lomml'tee, .Mcrnn . . ...
has decided on thiee new n.ojeet fori Ink S Samperre was nrpugn .
. .... ...... ! fm.ii Shlnnlncton to me ioi.iciuii.
,,....,,,11 ,,, ,, nil, ,, iiilii ttiiaii'.'.....!-- --
uiv-.'i. ... .- -"
Saturday as follows
Coos B.i.v, 22 foot Innei ihanne!.
$130,000, Ynqulna B.i. S100.000;
Coqullle bar and entiance. $01,000
The committee also voted the full
amounts asked for the m.ilnteimiK-e
of Oiegon p.ojects lompltitcvl :ii follows
Columbia liver bar. $1.10.000; Co
lumbln and Wllllamette livers below
Poitlund and Vancouver, 124.000;
Coos Bay bar nnd entianie. $"' 00";
Willlamotte, abovo Poitl-in.l ?2i,uno,
Clatsknnlo river, $2000.
1 tit total for Oregon v oik durlnii
the next fiscal year Is iOr.l.nOO. .
hospital Saturday night.
HACK KHOM S.liKl.
HAHY HOY AltltlVrS.
A baby boy was boin this moiulng
to Mr. and Mis. Broulllurd at tho
Pelican Buy Saw mill. Dr George
Wright was In nttonilanie.
Attorney Wilson S. Wiley has re-
turned fiom Salem, wheie he appear
ed befo.e the Supreme Court re
presenting S. 13. Martin in a civil tic
RI3ITRNS FROM PORTLAND.
CHEYENNE. Wvo Dec ,23 In
the hope of hastening the advent of
prohibition In Wvomtns. petitions
are being circulated in many roi.ntle
of the state which are aJdrcno.' to
the boards of county rommHsloneis
tnd which ask that these boe'rds re
fust to grant any licenses 'oi the sUe
of liquor during 1919 Tho recentlv
adopted constitutional nn.eudnuir
xv 111 make Wvoming "d.-y" on Janu
m 1, 1920 and the backers of the
letltlons point to the fact tral t.iu
umendnunt can led bv i votu ot; Utrca
tc one, as pioof that a largj nujorltv
o the people of the stato deSlr pro
hibition and will ayiirov. le.i tn
wmd that end during the Into'.venl.t','
At the forthcoming soss'on of tho
rtnte IrgUlatme prohibition vvmlio's
will aUo .(!' to hnvo t law- jwBie.l
vtblch will rcslri't or pio'illi"'. ent!.-e-U
tho sale of liquor pending tho time
tiint tho constitutional amtmluiont
3if. nmes effectlvo
Will Baldwin of tho llaldwlji Hard
vvaio Company has returned from a
weeks business visit to Portland. He
repoits a successful trip.
IX FROM I.OREM.A
W. I), Campbell camo In jestordny
fiom l.orella bilnglng his father and
mother, Mr and Mrs David Cumpbell
who havo been there for a short visit.
RKIURXri tor win:it
Mrs Louis Gorbor has returned for
the wlntor from tho Gorl.cr stock
raucli In Horsefly Valley.
DOWN WITH 1NFLVI3NZA
Mrs. Seldon K. Oslo and her
daughter Miss Bcsslq are reported to
bo recent victims of the Influenza.
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