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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1919)
3Efre lEuetttnn Herald
OF KLAMATH FALLS
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
Thirteenth Yenr -No. 3,520
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1919
Price, 5 cents
IS TO BECOME I
a if ran
Prohibition Amendment Has;
NEBRASKA LAST STATE
IhliO-Mv Males Ncu-ssar) to 1'tll
ihc i:ntlrt Cniintr) In the Dry
Cnlli'iin Have IMcd Amendment. J
Will I'ake Ellisl Ono Vimi- l-'nini
Ji.tlo of lUlllluilhoi.
( Hlt'AliO Jnn 16 Tin' I itMoil
Hluiiii today loinphttfil dm h'clil.t
tlnii pinn-ii- of voting ItM'lf do when
until mm lliulit'il over Iht tvlrei I', lit
tint tiurt nixth -Into. NtthrniKii. had
intiflt'il l he priihlliltlon nili'M'li'it m
I'Mililtiltlon tt.mli.r h:iiI today Hint
thin was tlin greatest pln-i of t'lmiil
hKl'liillmi In tlio lilitlory 'if tlio world
Oregon which ratified tl;o a'tund
iih in yesterday wr.n (h thirty-third
ntutc ami prohltillloti leaden expect
the number to ln lurro.iti I tti lit
liiiM ftil two
Tlttt resolution itlilimltill' t to I hi'
UuK tint National Prohibition
Amoniliiicnl to the CoixilHltlon of
tint United Slutfa unx fliully piuucd
l'iuiKrc' nfliT December If, 1 9 IT
ut iitxMit ithtviin months urovluu
to tin r I rut 1 ritllflratlon.
11i ri'itotnllon n niloiHu.l hy lint
Ki-nnln on AtiKiint I, !! IT hy tt vi-io
of lxy fin to itti'tity, ami uim p.uiv
I'd in the lloiii of Hcpritintiita Ivm
with itllclil aiiii'Diltnciitii on Dt'Ci'inltT
lTlh fiillovtllix, hy ii oltt of 2K2 lo
1 2.N. tlic St'tinlo on iho follow 1 tin uy
MilltiK l cuio ill In tho ll(iiiit' iiiiicihI
inmilit Tin' piolilhiilun jtriiUili'it iih fol
Scoloii t After one )par from
Hut riitlflralloti of (hlx nrtlrlo, thf
iniiiuifai tun', ulc or irannportntlon
of InloxIr.illiiK Ihiuom nlthln, the
liuportmion thctcof. or tho export,
iiiion ihcrcof rroin tho United Stiitm.
null nil territory iiiihJiKi lo the Jnrlit
Union thereof, for hovoniKo pnrponeti
In lierehy prohlhlteil
Section 2 The CiiiiKrniiH anil the
tinernl itiiiies hIiiiII hine ronrnrreni
power lo enfoicn thl.n arllfle hy P;
Section .1 -Thin article nhiill hit
InoperatlM' niilexH It Hindi havo heen
rnllfli'il iik an mnenilniitnt lo Iho Con
Hllitiiioii within Hovon yeniH from
Hie ilnte (if tu, HilhmlnHlon hereof
lo the Hlalivt hy (hu OoiiKleHH.
( IIICAtiO. Jan. 10. - (l,iitur)
SH-our ami WyomliiK li.no now r.ill
'(ii the feileral iinienilinciii
Alllio the ainemlnieiit Itccoinos pf
fi tUe a jear fiom (hlx il'ite, tho Nil
"'ill will (;,, dry ,, July.lttHt iih n
iu ineaHine, iihIcnh tho I'rothlent
tctlmU thuiiiler heforo I lut lime
McCORMICK MAY BE
Washington, Jim. ir..- Vimici
MiCoinilcU Iiiih resigned iih chulnnim
"f tlio Dmunciutln icitlnniil coninilltoo
""'I I' Ih undoistood tlmt ho Ih under
iMili-iatlon fur uppolntmont iih
AiiiMlnm AiiiluiHHiiiliir (o Friinrn to
ni poi Vllliin Graves Hlmri. Mr.
I'ormlcli'H iiihIkiiiiIIiiii, It Ih sulil..ln
""w In Ijio IiiiiiiIh of llui President.
I'Ul no iinnniinroinont of tliu fact Iiiih
XI hiin iniiiln,
VANKEi's MAKE FRENCH
LOW HATE ON ILOUU.
WASHINGTON, 1). C, Jnn. 16.
Thrco rnrgo nhlpn lotulml with 49,
9fi,noo pounds of Hour mill nlhor
If""l HluifH, nrn on routo to Ollirnltiir.
wnero they w)n l0 im(eii un, th0
HrgooH Html Into Kraiico for hiiIo to
I'uipm m ,.()!,ti nio wur depart-
'"'ml hun announced. Tho mtppllos
" r" hurchuBod by tho tlopartmitnt In
iiih country and will ho distributed
"'"lor the direction of Horbort
OFFICERS NAMED FOR
FIRST STATE BANK
Tho following cjf f It'ttm were elected
lit ii meeting ol tint dlmi'trim of Hit
I 'I ik I Main mill Having Bank litKt
iiIkIiI Pieiddnut, J. W. HloinmiH, Vim
PlcsliltlUI, I : Hlnomlugcump; Vim
l'r'lilmil, A II Epperson. Vint Pn
nIiIkiii iiiuI Cimliler, Jnliii HlmiKiiH, Ji ,
AHnlnt mil ('imbler L IliililUdinr It A
Mitchell mill William lliiKelmoln.
engine said invented.
LONDON, Jim 16 - One of the
(.uIoiIik which mnuiifm turn! lwi of
i mi eiriHuncn iiu'ii amen id Mnniuiinii
the lupreinury of the- IMIUh itHt
over (ho German lit Kriuirn Ih how
pri'i'niltiR to make mi utiKltiii which
ik cxpctlcd to develop from Mid to
I. oiill liormipoHt'l It I'. claimed hoi.
hill tlii new engine will ho III" most
noHirfiil ulriil.iiin t nuiii v In ttxistiuiit
(t 1)l(t h)),i, i1o m11., , M,x
tin- rohlitiii of cointiutfi ml iivpitl jii
HAS BIG ffiii
rvit.Mcn who came m:iti: a
shout timi; ago sin's i-'im:
result on ni:vto. ranch
I.N KLAMATH IIAsl.V
That fanners unfamiliar lth Ir
rigation miiy make a turrets f farm
ing In the Klamath llasln uiih do
moimtriited thin ye.ir on the ranch
owned hy .Martin ("rcetie, formerly
knottti ns the Newton ranch. Mr
Oreetiu came hero from Han KranrlH j
co two yenr ago. and from the he
ginning has hern succeHsful, though
thin wits hlx OrM experience with Ir
rigation This ') ear. airordlng to
the report of the Lntta llrotherH, who i
threidied murh of lint grain In the
alley this year, tint results on tho
(ireene ranch were bettor im n whole
than any other on xx lili-li I hey worked
Their report shows I lilt I the average
per arro was as follows Oats. Tt)
bushels; barley t;u bushels and wheat
211 hilshels to the aero.
I'ostuin.Mtcr W A Del-ell U able lo
bo at his office again ufler scMtal
weeks or Illness. Hit ib-chit'ci It
senilis good to be 'iible to tot out
MOIli: IIOVS Ct)MIN(l
WASIIlNtnON. I) ' . Jnn.1 lfi.
Addltloiial iiiiIIm of ten thousand men
hae beun assigned for early convoy
NEW CITX AITOR.NICV APPOINT
; HY MAYOR .WHITIS THAT
IIK WILL r.N'DKHiAKI' M'.W
Dl'TIICS. lltl.Mi: 1ST OK MONTH
Mavor Stnihlo loiltty received n
lolegnun flom Caplulu J, H. (ui'un-oni Ktirnt Credit company of San
luiu, announcing that ho hud nccnpt- l-'raucisco; David V. Morrison of the
pi! the appointment nn city attorney Tologram, A, J. Jameson of McMinn
and that ho would bu In Klamiitli vlllo; Judge Baldwin of Klamath
Kails about tho Hint of Fohnmry. The i Kails, mid Chntles R. Wooilnrd of
iiiniiy filoiids of tho Captain will bo i Portland,
glad lo liia rii that ho accepted HiIh --
iippoliitinent, which came to him aa
ti lilhuto on behalf of tho City for
tho part ho has plajed In tho dofensu
of his country. Tlio Mayor run do tho
Rolortlun without consultation with or
solicitation from anyone and his de
cision Iiiih mot with unanimous ap
proval, T ..!.. . i.Ani.llnil 111 (lift rltV tOflllV
i.t'iiuifl i in ii ' "" ti. .... ....-
r()nVoy tlio Information that the
i imH boon Hiifforlng from an at-,
iu-- of tho mttnipB, and has Just boon
lolonHod from qtmrnntlno. Ho Htntos
that while the nnnntincomeiit Ih al
ways rocorvod with a hdiIIp, that It U
'no liiughlng mnUor and that ho Is
glud to bo over with tho iIIhoubo. '
1 BEGUN TO I
Two Bills Are Started
; KjC'C'rx mii CTDIIxIf" ClxIT
,nt't'u "VVV SIKIWbtNl
.Noted lltil froH- Worker TelN f
Methodo I'miI l) I. W. W. lo I'm
hitter HetuniliiK I'lKhtern Hills
Would Aid Itcllef and I'lirnUli
Work on Ori'Kon HIkIiii).
SAI.KM. Jan 10 - Ah a remilt of
a ((inference liultteen the Portland
iilfKntcit, headed hy the Maor, with
e joint uayH and meuiiH commltteeH
tint l.cKlnlature hut night, tuo
inimmireH wero Introtlticod today for
the Immediate relief of (Uncharged
miIiIIitk One of theno would In-
ntruct the Highway CommlH-ilon Im
mediately to hegln enough unllH of
road ttork to employ a thoumind ol
diem. The other Ih a hill creatnlg a hoI
dlera and nnllont rommlHsInn of five
inemherK and fixing It 2.r0,n00 for
Jauicii Kerr of tho American "led
CroHx, vald at the Conference, "If ")
do not aid nix Ihnutmnd mildlers now
walking the Htreetn of Portland, other
forces lll The I W. W. nrp giving
beds and clothing and food to mako
conxcits of thc-n men and (o embitter
thnm against tho government
SAI.KM, Jnn. lfi. (Ijitcr) The
House of Representatives ton minutes
after II had convened adopted a re
solution for Highway work to relievo
soldlors. Tho llonco iiIbo unanimous
ly pnssed a hill placing a quarter of
a million dollntH In tho hands of a
Commission for tho Immediate relief
The rnle.i wont suspended and the
bill put thru in thirty-four mlnnlm.
The Senate will probably art on the
mnilor Inter today or tomorrow. Ore
gon will be tho llrsl statu to proposo
aid in a financial way for thy return
BALDWIN TO SPEAK
AT HARDWARE MEET
PORTLAND, Jan. 16. Problems
of reconstruction anil readjustment,
Hitch as conservation and standardi
zation, price tendencies, building
possibilities, transportation, consum
er demands, highway Improvements
and ot"lier topics of keon Interest will
ho the keynote of tho thirteenth mi
nim! convention of tho Oregon Hard
ware mid Implement Dealers' Asso
ciation to conveno for" a three-day
session January 21st, at tho Imper
Among Hie speakers will bo J. A.
Curry of the TrtiKsod Concrete Steel
company; C 1). Ilodson of tho Hod-son-Keennughty
cempany: K, K. Kn
vlllo of tho Westorn Kurmar; W. O.
Derby of tho Credit Men's Associa
tion; G-oorgo W. Hyatt of tho Enter
prise .Mercantile mid Milling com-
puny; Nnrmun Lonumru or tne xvosi-
I'. S .SHU'S TO UK
RKWR.N'CD TO tJWNIORS.
NEW YORK, Jan. 16. All tho
American ships requisitioned by tho
shipping Board during tho war, have
been tnlenHcd to their owners with
tho oxceptlon of tlioso actually on-
Cnp-jgngod In tho army sorvlco,
HRA.ll. PUKSIDKNT UIIW
RIO JANIERO. Jnn. 16, Dr. Ron.
rtquo-s Alves, Ptesldont oloct of llnull
died hero today. Ho had been ctttl-
cully Hi for somo unto.
THE INFLUENZA SITUATION
ICiuli (In) there "III he piihllshed In
I lilt column complete Information iih
to Hie liilliiroji flliiMtlon, lleie II I
lie fouml the report of llrallli Olllier
Hniile, the iihimc anil nildretseH nf
lieu inx-H, mid all information Hint
iaIII (tune) the exact (ondltlon of the
piildle health. An all nlllcl.il infnrma
lion !'(' 'lilil I hit i0t"llm Mill he
IHiIiIihIiciI, the iiuhlic N xxiii nil
! ii(iilli-t helletliiK mi) Hlorlen thai do'
'nut tunc a-their foundation tin-facts 'Actjojj for Protection From
cuiitilned In The Herald,
IIH. Kori.K'H HKI'OHT
I'ollotiiiiK Ih a llt of tin; cum- re-'
ported to me tlorliiK (lie pant I'll
liimn.. AIm, muii names that were1
reported to me and ulilch hlioiiltlj
Imie appeared in the report of ,
(erdiiy, hut Filch uero not puhlltlied
la . ...... '
oecmiM- tiu) were iiniioiii toe prop.
er Hired aii((reHs:
Mr-i, John Vailt-o ttm children,1
John II. Morgan, 1IH California.
J. 1'. Kthrldge, III l,els
.Mrs. W. ('. Daxeuport, Third audi
I. in col n.
Illirge .Mason, Crescent mid Ciinh).
Mrs. O'l-'lahert), Jelferson street.
Verne Houston, child, Washington. ,
Sam Smith, ihild, lllggln's Hat.
O. I.. Itrti'Mi, till I Ninth.
(ilen Hclkey, ICinergenc) hospital
Moore, Cedar and Pine.
Mr. Harms, 100(1 Main.
Mr. Washington, 121 Sixth.
I. C. Johnson, I Mil Canity.
Mrs. Seler, While Pelican hotel.
A. A. SOl'l.l', Health O Ulcer.
There is a decided change for the
better tl.ruoiit the city. All of tbe I
old rases are sh-mlng slg-,.s f quick I
nsnupry, and none of the new cases
possess symptoms of an alarming iiii-l
ture. Best of all Is the fart that thc MUNICH, Jnn. 1G The Spartacans
people haw quieted down to a reall-j marching to Munich to attempt to
wit Imi of the fact that the health an- overthrow tho Bavarian government
thorltles have the situation well In'havo been disposed of by the govern-
hand. The public, however, is urged , ment troops.
I to render every aid posslblo In the'
! enforcement of the quarantine. The COBLENZ. Jan. 16. Twenty Gcr-
health Imard has decided that vvher- man gris at Andernach near here
oxer the quarantine is broken those i,avp been arrested on the charge of
Kullty shall be quarantined in the ( violating the recent order of Persh
pest house until any possible danger lug, forbidding them to talk to tho
of spreading the disease Is passed, American soldiers,
and this rule Is to lie rlgidl) en-1 Approximately the same number
forced, without fear or favor.
QL'OTA ItHt NATION FOR WAR
sri'l'KRKRS. KLAMATH Ql'trr.V
IS !-', .VM)
Tho Big Drive for funds for the Ar
menian, Syrian and Greek sufferings
thru devastating caused by tho war.
Is set In the state of Oregon for Feb
ruary lTlh to the 21th.; Tho state
ilrlvo Is In charge of Ben Selling,
Portland's big clothing. I). A Pattul
lo and J. J. HaudHaker of Portland.
The drive In Oregon Is later than the
other states from tho fact that J J.
Handsakor who Is statu manager horo
has had charge of tho organization
of seven other westorn states in
which $1,000,000 Is to bo raised. The
Natlonnl drive Is for $30,000,000.
The states quota is $'1 SI, 000 nnd tho
quotn for Klamath County Is set at
$2,rr0 which ought to ho raised with
tho siuno readiness nnd willingness
which has characterized all tho other
drives, Rov, K. P. Lawrence has
boon appointed chairman for tlui
county and will count on tho loyal
assistance of ovory citizen of tho
county In this call of everwhelming:
neod. Herbert Hoovor, who la to
have, charge of tho administration of
this fund, cables that "There Is prob
ably no greater stifforlng today any
xvlicro than among tho porsocutod
Itopo of Asia Minor who have no fund,
cannot socttro government loan, and
novo no Qthor credit-"
ROAD GOES ON ROCKS.
PORTLAND, Jan. 16. A receiver
has been asked by custom bondhold
ers for tho Pacific unci Enstern Rail,
wuy from Mcdford to Butto Fulls.
nmnniiPM pnnM I
ifluru h u .11 II IN
jTlllllTV MILLION DOLLARS IS,
;(,.ri,i,. Troops IMspetrxi' Spar
tacans Kn Houte to Make Trotihle
at Munich (erman (Jirls Aries),
ill Nc.ir Cohlrn for Talking Willi
(Hy the Associated Press)
LONDON. Jan. in. The Polish
government provisionally has taken
oxer the administration of the Litu
aula to protect the country from the
ravages of the Bolshevik! The action
Is taken at the request of the Presi
dent of the Lithuanian republic.
BERLIN. Jnn. IC It has been
learned that Dr. Karl Liebknccht. the
Spartncun Lea'dor, has been captured
It... f I .1.5. Til..tnfnn
" u"m" " """ "' '"-' """""
of Mountain Rifle guards who arrived
at Berlin yesterday.
have been proven guilty within the
j heen deported to .points within the
The Military' police will Interfere
i If the oflirers or soldiers attempt to
talk to l lie women on too treetb or in
FORMER CITY MAN IS
PICTURED IN FRANCE
Cbnrles Robertson, former trouble
man for tho Pacific Telephone and
Telegraph company at Klamath Kail
and a brother of tho former Manager
I. R. Robertson, who Is now In the
signal service of the Nation In France
Is- seen in a picture in the hist Issue
of the Red Cross Magazine at tho end
I of a lunch counter, where he Is be-
lug served with coffee. Tho plc
! ture Is a very plain one and his
friends here will have no troublo In
I recognizing him.
ON COOS BAY MILL
PORTLAND, Jan. 16. A Chleaeo
bank today filed a petition for foio
closuro ii';aliibt tho Coos Ba.- Lumber
Compi'tiy for Inability to p.vy Interest
on a three million dollar mortgage
.Tanuary First. A lecerlver for tho
Company is asked.
GETS LIFE SENTENCE
IOIITLAND, Jan. 16. l-din Cyril
Llard, murderor of Frank Twomhloy,
tho truffle officer was bentenced to
lifo imprisonment horo today. His
mother grow hysterical in '"outt, de
claring hint to bo Insane. Followlu.
ii terisntlonal trial here, I. lard 'vn?
found glulty by a Jury in twnnty
niiuutcb on Monday night.
Oregon, rain with strong south
Maximum yestordny -10 dogroe
Minimum today 29 degrees,
NEW STYLE DISPLAY
A fine new store front of a Htylo.
heretofore unncun in Klamath Kails'
Is helng Initalled In the new BrUtoI
hnlldlriK at the corner of Sixth and'
Main Streets. . The entrance to the '
Htoro will he thru a short alcove pant
the large dluplay wlndowg, which nf-
1 ford nn unusual opportunity for ex.
I It Ir expected that the new build -
i InK will bo ready for occupancy with-
In the next month.
A marriage llcenso wan isued latj
evening to Kdward Co-jkman of the '
Klamath Agency and Ilose K. Seen-
chin by County Clerk C. R. Delp. I
IJoth are Indians of the Klamath '
SHKHIFKS ASSISTANT ILL
Marian Darnes Is unable to be at
Ms place at the Sheriff's office today
en account of Illness.
WILL UKLII'YK rtOIIKKT CHEYNK
ON KLAMATH IRRIGATION
HOARD. ELECTION TUESDAY
WAS NECK AND NECK HACK.
By an unusually close vote of
three ballots, R. C. Bradbury of the
Olene district was selected for ,a
three year term as Director of the
Klamath Irrigation District at the
election held on Tuesday,
Ninety three votes, representatlng
a very small percentage of the water
users, wer cast at the election, Mr.
Bradbury receiving forty-eight,
against his opponent, Robert Cheyne
of the Spring Lake district A'ho re
The following Is the vote by pre
cinct, Klamath Falls, No. 1. Bradbury
32, Cheyne 15; Olene. No. 2. Brad
bury 10, Cheyne 6; Midland No. .'
Bradbury 1; Merrill No, 1. Chyue
15, Brndbury 2; Malin, Cheyr.a 'J.
JEWELRY STORE MOVES
The Klamath Jewelry Company
has moved from Its former quarters
across the street on Main Street in
the Sanderson Building previously
occupied by G. C. Lorenz Plumbing
establishment. The building has been
recently remodeled and Improved.
VISITS FROM IIORNHROOK
Snm Meeker of Hornbrook came In I
last night to visft his daughter, Mrs. I
Taylor, whose husband Is saw filer j
for the Klamath Manufacturing Com-1
RIG FAD TODAY
'Ll' GERMS ARE GIVEN A RUN
FOR THEIR LIVES HY HUSINKSS
MEN ALONG iLUN STREET.
Smells, Stnqlls, Smolls. If the peo
plo of Klamath Falls have not obeyed
tho recent oidor of Health Officer,
A. A. Soule regurdlng tho dlslnfoct
lug of tho city business houses, there
Is nothing In tho evidenco of odor,
hereabouts today. Formaldhydo
scents greet tho noso from every point
and tho citizens and business men
wero to bo seen during a large part
of the day yesterday and today, In
overalls and old togs of ovory descrip
tion, stnndlng on their desks while
sweplng tho walls and pounding nt
tho offensive flu gorm, In every cor
ner whero they thought he might bo
lurking. Any Germ that has the
norvo to como out and show hlmsolf
after this renovation will be a wond
er. Those who did not get dono with
tho job yesterday will finish it up
News May Be Limited to
PROTEST IS ENTERED
Discussion of Puhllcltv Matter frnm
wic xxoriu i-cicc .xieet About to
Comenc, to He Had at Meeting
TMhi) Ncuk Suppression Pr.ttot
de lij CorroK)ii(lciits.
PARIS, (.Ian. 16. The Supremo
Council after entering the matter of
relations between the Council s'nd
the Press, decided to call a meeting
ltte today to be attended hy members
cf the press an3 representatives of
tJ.e various nationalities In thj con-fs-ence
lo Interchange viewt on the
It was announced yesterday .that
the meeting of the Congre3s would
bo kpt secret and all Information
limited to official statements.
British and American correspon
dents protested against preventing
President Wilson or Premier Lloy.l
George from discussing the hsites up
A $iOO SALE ON A
A Business Transaction That Is of
Interest to Every Householder
and Business Man
The day has passed when It Is ne
cessary to argue with a successful
business man about, the value of ad
vertising. Like insurance, both life
and fire, the live Investor carries as
much advertising as he possibly can,
for he knows that It Is the best Invest
ment he makes. Seldom, hosvever, is
the truth of this statement brought
home so strongly as on a recent oc
casion when the classified column
of the Herald was used by a local
farmer to sell his hogs. Mr. Martin
Greene, who lives on tho Mldlend
road near the Miller Hill school house
was In the Herald office a few days
ago. and Incidentally mentioned tho
fact that he had some hogs for sale.
It was suggested to him that he ad
vertise them In tho Herald, but never
having had any experience with ad
vertising, he was dubious about
making such an Investment. He final
Iv decided he would try it, and in
serted an advertisement that cost
him 25 cents. The advertisement
brought Immediate results. The next
for Mr. Giecne and Mr Maddocks It
fouiteen hogs for $522 90. He is
satisfied with the price he received r
nnd Mr Maddocks is satisfied with
tho buy he made, and in the case of
both the columns of the Herald have
rendered a distinct service
The purpose of bringing this to the
attention of he leaders of the Herald
Is to to'l them that what it has dono
for Mr Greene and Mr Maddacks it
will do for thorn There is not a
person In Klamath County but who
litis something ho wants to sell or
huv. and if he will mako his wants
known thru the classified columns of
tho Herald he will get quick results.
There have been so many instances of
tho effectiveness of this (lass of ad
vortlslng. that this paped has nn
hesitancy In ro.ommendlng It, Vu
may not get returns as large as Mr.
Greene, but you will get results. If
there is anything you want to buy,
sell or exchange, advertise for It.
Figure vour advertising cost nt the
rate of a cent n 'lay for each word,
send U In with your money and tne
Herald will do the rest.
IIAHY D.U'GHTKH ARRIVES
A baby daughter was born this
morning to Mr. and Mrs. Kober
Ward of this city. The -child wa
born at the Blackburn HW'IJ
eleven o'clock. Mr, Ward Is tho
proprietor of the Owl Cafe.