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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1919)
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth Year No. 3,517
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 1919
Price, 5 cents
To He. Divided Into
MORE HELP TO BE USED
HI) IiiIImi-. Mi'bl spi'lliil Mrt'llnifi
Imii-hIii llii- .Situation Mill.
Iir nf M.i-I'" In oine "' Meeting
'11,1. Inning (minill Hi'(ilnii
In llr I iifniiiil
l, 1I1I inn Hue uf tlin rlt ("'Hi
ill unit Ik lil l" evening 111 whit hi
,,,, it 1 n lui-selltlltlViM (if 111" '
l,il in, t K.'il CronK. iIi)rcIiiiih,
mill 11I In r ulii' !' luliTi'iiti'il III tin
nutter of I'lliuiK Uit effoit nil of I
li, lent mill iii!itu-'iii iiiiiriiiillni fur
tin' n r ihf u Inter fur Hi" purpomt
nf iiiiiiiulliiii; ir inflnctui nml rnr
I11K fur II iwi "tin imi hi nttiirlieil
lth Hii illi'iiiii Tin' mailer wn
nunc lulu ili'Tul) nml Hut (iiiirliinloii
ni ii'uilu'il Unit Kliiuiiith Fill
ihuiild profit l tl.i exporlonieii of
the Inrp i ii.es and the Pulled
Suim '"MTiiiiK'iit In ilu'lr handling,
nf llic iiihi In that "'Mil II was
iIitIiIi',1 in divide tin' fit) Inio til
Irlflu i'n 1 h ill'lrP t lu be I
nf n iiiiiirahlliii' ufflrlnl
direct tin' work nf ruiuhntliiK Ihn ill"
i'im wllliln llii' limits of his district
larh of Hii'se ufflilals will liave th boittlmrdmitiit Thu government forces
iinllmliiil Kiipi'int i.r Hie city, mid lt,Heiit two men furward with a while
Ihc oiri-lun armes mnplK funds nud 'ilag after tint bombariliiiiiiil slitrleil,
n.nlilnno. will be furiilslie.t lo plop-liluiiimidliiK surrender Thuy were
erly .r.. (r and iuarmillit(. ever) j Immediately tired upon mid killed '
, ... .
I,, tin. vvuiU it,, HI, lumlth offl-l T ,r,1" "Z r""U" ':""'""
w U M, IilZi, n"""" '""' ",y 'nun ",M,U UT"
((r win lime ine lumen support oi , ., Mineral biimlreil were taken
.he ini'ihnl r.,f.....,,n .....I earbl'0."" h ' "" " "" ' '
ili)nlrl hi i (Hint Ittito himself mi i
nfJilnluill In Hie exlellt of seeing that
iriiiitltie lilies are rigidly obu ed
A iiii'Ktliig of Hie illy council will
Im liolii tin. evening wlum the much
llim uf wearing masks will be laknli
up and ilinpo,id of If It Is ik'Clili'd
lliut tlie ilfun! nf thu city will be
iilvnii'iil In Hie wciiilug of masks,
tlii'li nil "i illli in. i will be passed mid
HOUSE TO CONSIDER
RELIEF BILL FIRST
nAslll.St.'ION, ), ('..iJuii. IS
'Hie llmm iii,.k I'ummltieit litis in
M'lueil Itself it ti! has oiiluii'il Imiueill.
iitn iiulili i itiou or t Iiii Kiiiopeau
K'ihI llrlii f Hill
OIIM.OS ( si M.tv 1, 1ST I'OltAV.
,u " i I. Henry, l.uf lycttu,
klllul in .i.i i,i
' I "' lv INiiwIck. Hho'ivllli
illcil nf uuiimU
l'i .tiiriiii limes, Oiegon CID,
llllltii h, veiuly
I'm (..iiirt t'liipiiniui-, Km im iiruv'j
dlbil i' in Hun
''u Ml. 'ii T (lilbblf, I'.iilliui.l.
"llll I I H'Vulclv.
Oreg,,,, ,',. toulglit In llm east;
ruin In Hie northwest portion; colder
riii'Kiluv with win hut fresh misteily
MiixIiiiuiii vnslnuljiy, 117 ilcgrees,
'lliiliiiiim lodiiy. l!l ilngrt'cs.
MtiMis It) SWAN I.AKi:
" II Van Hleklii Irt uinvllig to his
rniicli m , Rm )ul (1Hl,.rl ,,.,
lll1' In this clly.
nhiii i: -id snistiiiiiniis
Kill 111, 11., tf MM... ,, , , . .. .
"" ui i no iierniii art)
miiiliiiled Ilinl ir Hioy hnvo not
l'ltl lor ihoir ,,,,,. 1(). ,hJ ,flti, 4
' IH In dlHcoiUliiiieil, If you '
''e railed ,my y(mr rrror
T llk'ai,u Kivo llm nmttor your tin-
V till. ill ,, .. '
"'....in iiiieini.il. a
RETURN FROM STATE
I IRRIGATION CONGRESS
Ho(ielm) Anlili WIkIiiiiiI of (lit
Kluihilli lirlgiilloti illnlilil iiimI tap
lull) I W Hliimeim uf I lie flint Stud
iiihI HiivIiikh Imnlt have Miiiirni'il rrom
I'lllllllllll Whore Hill llltl'llllcd llll'
it li tl nit meeting nf I Iiii Otogou Irilgu
11(111 ('imglivWi '
Tlnty lii Mi linlli miiiruiMl -iil IiiihI
ii MIi iiinr lliii iiii'iiIIiik mill of Hid
liliuiii ihiIIIiiimI (or (tin development
I of Oiegon
Mr W'luliiiril cii'i (ml ti, Ihim ii rn
port leu il foi llii' pulille fin toduv's
Ihniii'. IhiI IiIh duties In i iilini'i Hull
with llii' IHli'i Iiiih i-li;i Hun whllh Mill
111' lll'lll tllllllirilMV Will IMIHltHIIIU Hi
preparation until tomorrow
SPARTXl NS IS IIEHLIS I.IUNO
A IO RESISTANCE III1 .IV-
eiismeyi 1 (tut in .several
III MMtEll PRISONERS TAIvC.S nml mirrn llm iiie(lmi itilti' com-
pli'lnly Mr llradbury and .Mr
j ("lie) lin limn bulb gone oii record as
I lli:itl,IN. Jmiuiint IH Itiimi t.ux- "'! dcnlroliH onl of the prolcctlon
i.tinbiirK. b" bait bi-cu ant-orbited "' "" "llitit of the water imorn, and
ullli llr fnrl IJitbliiimiit In ih,. tbU itrtlcle b Mr llradbury will mi
li'iidntiihl p nf Hut Kpiirtiicnim. Iiiim'"1''" "'" I""" owners to ko to Hid
been iirrititi'il b) lint K''TUiiiitit snl-
dlers. It Ih ri'piirteil Dr l.lidikiii'rlii's
on was alio iiikitn whim Ibe troopH,
were cli'iililliK uut the central olllco'
of Hie HpiirlacaiiH,
Karl Unili'k. unit uf the ICiihhIiui
Issarli's In Berlin, has
The government forces have, cap.
lured tlin police tuuul( Hurt cr after li
. . . .
No govi'rnmclil troops were killed
Soldiers secured all Iiii ish iiiiuitlty
of bolshevik literature, wlilib they
luirni'tl lu lln HtriH't
MCI Ti:.N..T (OI.O.M:ii WHO
HAS iisnt;i IMIICIl iii.msi:i,i'
uy m:hvici:s in ritAXfi:, ah
hivi:s 1110.M iiav iriv
l.limtiumnt Colonel Uuberl A
loliiisoii, one of the orgmilrurs and
lenders of the famous Twentieth i:n
glneors regiment . ho relunu'd a
sbotl limn ngo from France to San
Fraui'lHCo, camii In last livening t.i
look after business Inleiests at the
Klamath Mmiiiriicturliig company, of I
which he Is president, nud lo Y'H,t ,
Klamath Falls friends, of which ho
has 11 host. Colonel Johnson milereil1
the service ns a Major, but his tin-!
usual mimgy and nbllily won him
prompt HicognlHou ,111111 iiii vvuh giv
en heavier responslbllltli'M. Klam
11th Fulls Is pi nud lo welcome buck
this ollber, who has performed such
(llsllngulsjied services for his country.
Colonel .fohii.Miin Is i'((oliip.ililed on
bin visit b Mis. Johnson.
ItlVI'I'ltX I'ltO.M VISIT
C T I IS
IX Till: Sl'X.NY SOFTH gr.iuts tho company privileges vvnicn
J U would otliorwlso not enjoy. Uy
Mr mid Mis Chns Snvlls and little tw of this contract, tho Company
, Wliifre.l. cmno In on the train I 'U ' PP'nr as a part of the
lust night from Boulhoiii California. I Klamath project. In so far as the ran
whom thoy have been spending the1"' I'"'- lHM-nnroiiii.il. wlum mado
.... ,f II... win I hi". Thev Will 0l
ttm ! .- - v
nccciniputiled by Ktlitn Snvils
HACK FROM DCTHOM'
K. 1) Not th. who has lii-on for tho
greater pint of tho tlmu lor the IiihI
two mid a half yeai'H nt Detroit,
Mlchlgmi, hits luluiuod to Klamath
Falls and expects to i cumin liino for
mi liuleflnltti tunu
REPLY HI TO
Argument of C.-O. P.
(IllllllH'l Olijii lions of
to I'lopiiMil Dlllll Cllll
Ml llll' lll'Mll of I. Ink
Idler, li) Ciilifiiruhi-Oii gnu I'liiu-i'
I iiiiipiinj .
Tliv following answer to the letter
uf Mr George .1 Walton nf the Cal
ifornia-Oregon Power company has
been made b Mr K i: llradbury.
'",ln wu" " nearer view or tlie qiuif
, " lreent Itsulf at this lliiio
n the I'.viiiIiik llerild nf Jun 11.
Mr. W'allon defends the i (instruction
of the dnui ul tin- bead of I. Ink Ithcr
from Hid view point of the C'all'ornl.i
Oregon Power Co
I'erhaps a iIIsiuksIuii of the objects
nud purposes of the dam as they ,ip-
.... . ..
'"" w " w""'r "M'r """ n,p ,11" "
"I""1 "'" !''" " Probable fu-
"'r'' ""eclamatlon mid Irrigation of
mml ,"",,, ,'1" 'I'""JH' I'loject vvlilili
,,"'",,"! "I""' "" UiU" '"''"ll'" f'""
power and water supply Is advisable
'l.er.,fo.. wo shall confine this r-
'"' '" "" """ ' if."-nco. from
engineers reports relating to water
hiiiiiiIv of the Klimntli Itlver and
,,, relating to the needs of piesent
, fntiiio Reilaniatlon on the Klam
1 The California Oiegon Tower Com
, pmiv desire lo construct a dim at
the bead of I. Ink Itlver for the pur
p11.11 of seeming a steady flow o(
2 .'.(Ml hcionil feet, at the Copco I'ow
el plant Aciorillug lo htntUHi's the
aveiiige flow of Klam llll Itlver bet
ween I he I ppei lake and Copio Is
about I 100 second feet mid during
llll.'i this Mow dropped to about S00
second feet The I'nlted Slates In
bi'hiilf of the Klamath Hediuiutlou
I'rojed has obtained b) special Stilto
Act mid b) wilier filings all of the
I iimippiopilated wsR'i- flowing out or
the Vpper Klaiuath Lake, which Is
I the main miiii to of supply ror tho
I Klamath Itlver The avoiiige Inflow
betwioti the head of Link River mid
1 Cnpdj Is about -O.'i second feot, and
the appioprlaled water at the Com
pmo's plant at Klaiuath Falls Is 205
sei ond' feel making a totsl of 410
second feet at Copco available to the
jcomp'iuy by uppcopilittlou
Thuio Is an average monthly flow
of about 1,000 second feet which he-
' longs to the Klamalh Piojecl, making
a total of 1110 second feet. In older
for the I'ompan.v lo serine the remain
ing 1,100 second rent leuultcil to dt
xelope tho maximum power at thu
Copco plant, It Is necessary to place
gates at Iho'iieail of Link River mid
mm to a lesorvolr. seeming tho right
to tlin use or this 1100 second feet of
water from tho Hulled States Re
clamation Service, acting u.s trustee
ror tho Klamath Wutor users.
The lease ol tho Keuo Canal, and
power tight theieln to the Company
" I'UUIPIIIK rnijini
water supply fioin the reservoir of
I ho piujoit. Tho coiisldi'tntlon for
the lease of the Koun Cmilil Is $'1,000
per year but a pinvlso is miulu that If
the Company finds It noces.sary to
make Impioveiiieuls In tho cmiul, one
half or the cost thereof may bo do
dueled from tho tentiil anil If tlin
lentnl Is not sufficient to moot thu
Inipiovenienls, tho Reclamation sorv-
Ire iiHrues to reimburse, the company
at the expiration of the lease, ten
jears from dale of slRtiliiK The rent
al bfidls for the privilege of ((instruct
IliK the dam at Hie head of I, Ink ltl
er and lonslderatloii for lint use of
approximately 1,100 second feel of
water, IikIoiikIuk to (he Klaiuath
I'rojei t Is a special rate Kranted for
puuipliiK purposes to orKauled Ir
rlKiitlon units, mid lo be delivered at
npi'i Ifleil places
The statement Is made that tln
loss of powei to the I'liijed Is entire, i
I) in varlmiie with the fads In the
case I his we assume Implies tint
the Klaiuath Water 1'sers lime no In
terest In the power features of the
Project and arises, no doubt, from as
sertions made by ciittiili offldals
formerly lonuecteil with the local Ite
(lamatlou office This statement Is
bent answered by n rulliiK of St(
letary of Interior, Kranklln K l,ane.
In an appeal made by the Water IV
ru ,.r tl,.. l ,.,,.... v.. ti,.,. ui...... i..i...
,-,n ,, niu ,,,",-! t-iii, n,,,iit' I lujri I
Ills rulliiK Is In effect, that the Sec-1
rotary has no option, but must anscs '
the lands of a Iteclamntion I'roject '
((instructed b) funds provided under
the lleclamatloii l.iw In an amount
sufficient when paid to reimburse i
i . i
the Treasury of the I'nlted States for
all of the money expended on a given I Many of our ranchers are consider
I'loject It matters not whether the ably concerned about the proposed
lands are signed up to the Water dam at the head of Link River, "for,
1'sers Association If they derive the reclamation of TU.Ono acres In
their water supply from the supply Wood Hlver Valley." We have hoped
Njslcm of the I'roject, they are water
uneis and must pa their portion of
the (OKI of construction of the l'roj-
i'm i ins ruling is sustained uy me
Siiprciuc ("emit of the fnlted States
nnd lower (ourts of competent Juris-
illi Hon have rendered similar dc(.l-'Hix
slons In several Instiiices.
Therefore the claim made by the
Water I i-ers Association that their
rights an- Infringed upon by reason
of these contracts Is borne out bj the
Common Justlie dein mils that no
Individual or coiporatlon should be
granted a monopoly or the natural
resources of the community and
which weio secured mid dcvoioped by
the expenditure of public money, ob -
tallied upon the credit of the Water
The plea that the Company Is a
public benefactor Is not borne out by
fact If the Company deslied to as-
sift the water-'isers to premolt' the
development tliey woiua imvti ottei-
"'' " f"lr n""rc"8C"""'1"'0"'l'c"'-"
(Contliiucr. on pngo 4)
mi:. aiii: cAKiiir inti.t;i; i.
l.igi'OH AT .MIDLAND. LI.IIVLN
ItoTTI.LS FOF.ND OX .MLX 111:,
Tl'RXl.Nti TO CITY.
Matt and Andrew Wlll.iiun '!!
ChaB. Mecum, weio the names i f tne
three men, who wero apphrouded by
the representatives of tho Sheilfl's
office mid city polite department last
night on the incoming ti.ilu from
Having tutoxlcatiug lbiuor lu their
pdssetislou was tho charge uadiir
which they wore nricvsted .nd UieJ
eleven bottles of Spirits "Frumeiiti"
round on their poisons, vu jconsldei
ed to be uudenlablo proof or their
guilt. Tho men wore biougbt heroic
Justice X. J Cliiipiniiu this morning.
Mecum was fined fifty dollars mid
costs mid tho Wlllman brother.
$2.1 mid costs each.
FOHMKIt KLAMATH WOMAN
I'ASSFS Ol'T IN I'Oltl'l.AND
Word of tho death of Airs. Kd.
Piobst yesteuliiy In Portland. Thu
deceasod was well known In KKim
nth Falls whore she tcslded for nany
jeiira, Sho wa.s n cousin of Mrs, tSo'.
m , ,
MAjlltlACJi: MCKXSi: 1SSLFD
A marriage license has boon Is
sued today y County Clork 0, K.
DoLap, to John C, Cox of tho Ol'uno
district mid Miss Rose Su.uuIiun.
Tho piospoctlvo groom l.s a liuioli
or In tho Olene illstilct xhllo his
bride to bo Is a mug lady who iu
rlved lioro tecontly from JContiteky.
Fails to Sec How It Would
Iti-lilrnl- I'l'.ir 'III. II I..1111I lilt h
Has Iti'i'ii Him liilnicil fur Vr.irs l3
AImiii' Wood, Would Hi Again
(liii 11 id When the Water l. Ral-eil
It) ( iilifin ul.i-Oieguii I'iiiut I'd.
for many years to see the channel at
(he head of Mnk Itlver deepened,
rather than raised
We fall to M'o how a six-foot dam
(v ill reclaim any land. The slope of
th0 gtniind along Wood Hlver for
miles back from the lake Is one
foot to the mile. Now. with a six-
foot ,1am, it seems reasonable that
the water would be backed up over a
tract of Kind six. miles In
around the north end of the luke and
ovt!r ti,u entire body of tulo lands
i0K the west of the lake. j
; Alllch of (lle lan,i w,c would bo
c(m,rt,, uj,, watcr has long since'
1)een r0clsIiol by canals and dike
,.on!flrl,ctu,i i,y Aimer Weed. Inflict,
'(hcro ,s a cumil aml (Kt, on tlle WQst
,)unk ()f Wood River for a distance of
Ui ,ii.,., r .iu r.,r ii.wV- ti. .-i civ. r,,ni
dam would affect the How.
Mie waters llow into what is known
as Weed's Wist- Canal at a po
a)))lU ftui m)ts ,)aclt fr()1 th(, laku
(l,iro , oU)er U(,r(,3 f ,ho water
are raised to the top of a .sK-foot
; dam at the head of Link River, it
! w ill renuire a dike six f( et high at the
mouth or Seven Mile to prevent the
i water which will bo backed over tho
I Kind rrom II owing into Seven .Mile.
'and thus stop the How of the stream
for a dlstanco or several miles. In
other words, IT there was no w.i for
tlie water to back up from the Kike
Into the mouth or Seven Mile, and
the banks were properly diked, mid
a six foot raise at the head of Link
River, the water In the lake mid on
the gtouud would .stand six feet
higher than the mouth of the pro -
posed diked stream. Tho diking of
which It Is proposed to reclaim 70,- message to Senator Martin, and rep
j 000 acres of land. iresentative Sherley, chairman of the
I This is not written as a protest apptoprKitlon committee, asking
nicuiiiht n tironosed nrolect wjilch them i n uresent with all possible
i tt0,i in any way nld In tho progiess
of our good county. If, how over. It dlnte granting of a hundred of mil
ls not In tho Interest of u corporation Rons for European food relief.
as against tho greater number of1
people 'the key to tho whole European sltua-
If thoie Is no other explanation as tiou nml the solution of peace.,
to how this land is to bo lecluimod The message added that bolsho
othor than diking of Wood- River and vlklsm could not be stopped by force,
Seven Mile, thou it Is evident to those but b; foods,
who ino familiar villi the topography ,
or the locality that tho dnni is not for
tho reclaiming of "0.00 Oactes In
Wood River Valley
KLAMATH WATEH ELLCTIOX
OF IHItlXTOI! TOMORROW.
Par m oi a. thruotit tho Inigatoil por
tions of tho Counts tonionow will
oto on a dli octoi ship of Hid Klam- Mr nud Mis. (5. W. Muttorn, par
ath Irrigation district, tho candidates cuts of Mis. A. II. Kppeison aro hore
for tho onl) vacant') being Robot I for a tluoo week.s visit with their
Choyno and R. C. Hr.iilbuiy. Thej,(iaughtet fioni Iowa.
polls will bo open fiom eight until
five. Voting places will bo found In
Klamath Palls, Olene, Midi mil, Mer
rill nml Malln.
OLD ADACK REVERSED
Relieving in tho old nilugo of,
muklng hay while tho sun shines, II.
S, Woods of tho Pelican Hay Lumber
company has been tutting lee while i
tho Info froze during tho lecont cold
snap, and bus about 75 toils' of this
commodity put away for sumuior's
KLAMATH FALLS MAN ;
IS CALLED BY DEATH
I orry f f Thomas, w ho lias been
employed fit the Ackley Rrothors
mill here for several month,'
paKitcil away at IiIh home In this city,
at eleven o'clock ycHtenlay morning!
from pneumonia. I
The deceased had been ill for'
about eight days. He hail lived In!
Klamath Falls for the pant nine
months, having come here from Port
land with his wife. Ho was twenty-
eight years of ace. He Is survived
by his wife, but leaves no children.
'The fiinrr.tl arrangements have not
.MAN WHO HAS KKSIDKD IN K1.AM
AT II IWM.S FOIl TWO VKAIIS
.1X11 Hi:i:X ACTIVR IX 1IUKIMCSS
C.l,l.i:i) HAHI.V TODAY
Rlcnn C. Callen of t)ils city was
,alt,,j to j,B igt re8t ti,g morning
' a't sx-thlity. following an attack of
! nelimonia. ' The deceased was a
vollnc man of twenty-nine years of
aKt, wj10 ,au resided in Klamath
Kalis for nearly two years. He came
M(.re (ron, Sacramento and was em-
ivn,i ih. Hemld office for sever-
( months. He later purchased an.
interest In the Klamath Record audi
after disposing of this, started an
electrical store and battery charging
Mr Callen was well known here In
a business way and was an ardent
worker in the Klks Lodge. He was
born at Cloverdale In Sonomi County,
California Match 14th, 1S89. He
leaves twife and baby boy. five years
old hero. Ho also leaves a mother
at Williams. California and a sister
at Sacramento. Wires have been
-sent to both by Secretary A.ustln
Ha.vden of the Elks Lodge, and ,lun-
eral airangemnts will be postponed
utli replies are received.
KAItliY ACTION' OX IUG AITKO
1'RIATIOX ASKED UY I'RESI
DHXT WILL SOM'K l'EACE
I'ltOIILF.M, UK SAYS
1 WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan, 13.
president Wilson has sent an urgent
force and urgency tho need for imme-
n0 declared that this relief was
M'.M.MOXLD UY II.IiXESS
Piosecutlng Attorney, William
Duncan left this morning for San
Franclsio in losponse to a message
from Mrs. Duncan tolling of llness of
the Duncan baby.
VISITORS FROM IOWA
VISIT IX SOl'TII DELAYED
Mr, and Mis. 11. R. Reynolds, who
i expected to leavo for S.m Frunclsco
, lor mi o.xtonded visit yestorday, litivo
i been delayed and will not get away
bofoio tho lattor putt of tho week.
SOLDIER TO VISIT
SISTER AT ME II HILL.
Clifford Thompson, who has Just
returned ftom Franco has left for
Men 111 whoio ho will visit ut the
homo of his sister, Mrs. W. P. Hill.
Railroad Builder's Proposal
Tusk Jnlil Out b) Hubert K. Slrahnrn
Ovti Kntliusjis(lc ICespunse From
Uonanai C'ltlcns Uirge Amount
Is liaised ItlKbl of Way Commit
tee at Work.
A meeting of the Bonanza Kali
road Promotion Club was held in the
lobby of the Darley hotel Frday af
ternoon to discuss the prospects,
plans and methods of constructing
the railroad from Dairy to Bonanza.
During the early part of Decem
ber, last year, Mr. Strahorn notified
tne cluu tnat ne was ready to com-
Plete the railroad to Bonanza by the
middle of next July, if the club was
prepared to meet certain stipulation's
A committee was appointed to get
specifications ot the enterprise, and
it was reported that $9,000 had been
subscribed In work and money.
William Wood, J. O. Hamaker and
Jacob Rueck were appointed a com
mittee to finish securing right of way.
All donated work will be figured
on a basis of $2.50 a day, with, board
for a man, and 50 cents a day for a
horse with board ;or $3.50 a day for
a man and board himself, and $1.00
a day for a horse and feed. A day to
be eight hours actual work.
D. G. Horn, F. J. Bowne ami C. T.
Darley were appointed a committee
to lay out and supervise the work.
l,KAVi:S FOR I'ORTUVXD
Fred Stukel, a stockman of the
Merrill district left this morning for
Portland on matters of business.
IXSUHAXCK .MAX RACK
FROM ST.VTK MF.KTIM.'.
District Manager. George Ulrich of
the Mutual Life Insurance Company,
has teturned from Portland wLcre
! he attended a convention of the dis
trict mnuagers of the State.
MRS. CARTER IMPROVES
Mrs J. H. Carter, wife of
Dr. Hardin Carter, who has been
seriously 111 from pneumonia at tho
Hotel Hall Is reported to be coiibhlcr
nblj improved today.
.NAVAL EXS1G.N HERE
Ensign Haiold V Hell of the.
United States Navy has arilvcd from
San Francisco He will stay hero
for a month and then return with
Mrs. Bell to Los Angeles, vhere ho
will engage lu business.
YANK OFFICERS TAKE
HUN CLUB QUARTERS
WITH THE AMERICAN AUMV
(iF OCCUPATION, IN GERMANY,
Des, 13. One of the finest offlcet.s
clubs In Gormin has been taken
oer by tho Americans in CoUcnz
rnd Is to bo used for the umo par
pose that the building served tho
C.eiimin army The club bulldlnK
stands on the edge of tho Mom"0
river Just a few huiulied ynrds from
where tho Moselle empties into the
Rhino. When tho American old
ctrs took over the dub tho? found
ill the upholstered tuuilturo la Fi
fed condition and tho building ready
for immediate occupancy ftom tho
kitchen to tho top floor bedrooms.
George neoso, prossmau for tho
Evening Herald had tho niWtuw
to slip yestorday near tho bridge on
West Main street and sprain his