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(jlllg Igugmng Herald
OF KLAMATH FALLS
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
Thirteenth Ycitr No. 3,52(5
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1919
Price, 5 cents
Baldwin Will Take Mutter
Up in State Senate
I FAST FROM FRANCE
WASHING! ON, II C .Inn 2.1
Tin' Mly Fifth nilllliny formed fri.iu
Oregon Washington Coast Aj 1 1 K.11
troop In riMKirli'il lo liu i:i!lil
from Finiirn, Jiinuiiry IMh nmi In
i'peii't ID teach tliu I'nltuil SlMim
''limit .liiiiiiaty :ill(li. i
M'W YORK. .Inn S.'i flic Ir m
spoil Orirnhn hioughl I v.'iil -f IvrV
hiiiidrod mill slxtx-elght troops into
nirl hero Indav Three liuiilri'il nn '
rkhty nl of llii'iiii urn sick nmi
hiiiiimIihI Tin' Iroopn tncl'iilij iln'
Cll)-t,f( mill it ii i lit u ii ) t to ti train mill I
lvi.n of ili,. casual riiiiiinnli'H hlgnnl
iTHE INFLUENZA SITUATION'
COPCO WIRE BREAKS
i CAUSES POWER LOSS
Emit liny tlii-rr "III lie published in
I It It column complete Information it
to the III II II rn -ii situation, Merc will
lie fiiiiiiil llii' report uf Health OMiccr
Smile, tin- iiiuiit- mill iiililii'tsiw of '
new riiM's, nmi nil inroriiuitloii flint
will ritnio) Ihn cxncl roiiilllliui of tin'
public health. As nil olllrlnl In f.iriiiii-
tlon ii-gunllng tlili (in-lliiii will In1 - -
published, tin public Is uiinii'il
Big Martin Brother's Plant ""'"" '""-' "' ""- ' '" Peasants Over Entire Sec-
li'i iintr j" iui;ir iifumuii iimi un: uiiin
IN THIS CITY
I A power wire. falling Into the Lake
1 at the C'opco Dam at noon yesterday
1 reduced the power generated for the1
rest of the day. A crew was put at!
work immediately and normal condi
tions were restored at an early hour!
! tli Ik morning.
"Set to Go"
roiitaliiril In Tin; Herald.
tion Are Revolting
llunk.r HMHK I" !'"' "' ' ' lt.nl j
.niiiii"l Will I'iiiiii I"' IVriini'j
in-ill tllwliiili' Toward Securing
Niiilnl hnpiinrnii'iil Kliiin.itli
lloiH.ti'1- Will Stump Slnte
mi iiti:it;nr rate
iir.iirrrni.v in shiiit.
Washington, i c , Jan. n j
ll'rc. Inr General IIIiicm hiiIiI that Urn.
ii ili. i lion of freight traffic Ik liidlrnt-j
cil ihU year and Hint tliere .vml 1 1
pini'ulily Im no grout reduction o'j
Flouring Establishment Which Whs
lliirneil lo (I'riiiiinl In 11)17 Huh
lilt. KOIH.E'K REPORT ;
Tlir following new IiiIIiiciiji riii" ' '
lire submitted today liy fit) llealtli nprr T
Onicer, llr. A. A. Seiile:
hill vwHTisa under
HAN IX MEXICO NOW.
Mr. .Matt mid fiiiiill), Wilfred ave.
Iter! Cook, Houston hotel.
W. I'. .InliiiMin, Till Walnut inc.
Keen Iteliullt Along the Most Dp. j Tfj niir" R OITW
to.ltale Linos, mill Is Now One T 1 1 f yf M I
the lllggi-st I" Slate.
, liihr a received hy The Her
alii tuilio from Senator Until win.
wherein he "tales tluit In' htiH had an
X.WKKUS AMI Ht'SSIA.NS
One of the larKeHt flouring mills
In the statu of Oregon outaidii of '
I'nrtlund and hy far tliu largest In the '
southern part of tho Htatu will bo ('.
, Trol.l.y Order Tioops lo .Surrender
I'ctrtigriiil if Attack I- Made on tin:
lit) Hun Assembly to Draft Con-
stilutloii and Aininge Provisional
AMSTICUDA.M. Jan. 23. The fir.-t
otk of the (iertnan nationul nasdtn-
111: meeting at Welnier on February
t). OI.IVKIt, rolt.MKK MinilO. cth. will be to elect a provisional gov
ernment atnl then draft a constitution.
I'oitTiaxn. ni.s iicm' ai
LONDON. Jan. 23. Tho nob!
IHNT MIXISTKU IH XOW IV
a urn a vi:ii inn r!t . Tli.. n.ii.
,ltl.rl. nllh Ihe allorney "'""',,,, fori,,K m llMm.k,., ,i, A.. ntared at Klamath Falln within ihii
of the "tale, mid him learned that . rniti and Idbmlmi ikihUIoiik mi tliu ""xt ""' "r two' w"u" lll -Martin j
will he niMe.iiury to Hiirure un amend- .Noitlu.iu frntil IiikI Sunday Th ( ' Urotti.irn hegln to turn their whculn i
, i,.,f..,'r.ii.Ui. mi.H.lii were withdraw,, l,ut f'r Meady operation. The machln-,
,,ir ,,,., .,... ..r illim.tlii. attiHlt on thii tuiiln ixmIiIdii ntt'' f"r "I'1" '"' I1'"'" "'" ' "f
lli limit for the iMUiiiiui ur landH , ,,,,, ,Jnrre, (lly ruimctVi
for nm.l r,.ntri..t lot. ran I... raised j ! in now all Iwtalled and l l.e.lnK tried
from 2 per lent to III par eent An, ...,. jnut In the varloitH departmiinlH.
miiiii im the mutter wan tirinu(iii in ' T, .Mnrtn UroihorH plant which ; .t..ion. Is hrotmht hy r.jvcrend K. I rrported from many parts of tho
tl... i.l ditit ImH lT lltit MTTIIfr III II' I. ..... .. '
a iu:itDi:i;.v, washi.vo rox
Ncwb of former Klamath Falls
vlkl forces of northern Russia have
suffered a bevere defeat, according
to Copenhagen dispatches.
(.real peasant revolts liave lieou
(limit Itoails AHHOi'lalliin. Ihe sutiator
un. v. Ir.nl III llllftl Itllllinilllltl. MtllllH 111 I'11
The Ire Is breaking oil Ihe shorn of
ItlK I'pper Klamath Lake iiuir
ne'iireanameuduient In the iimstllu """", '" '"i"'""' acroruing to
tion. nmi to have the speilal election ''I'"1"' 'lll' " H "" - ""
at as early a dale as possible I '' ,""' '""'V ' '"' '"K" l'i''ver
Tim Ki'iinral Impresnttiii ameni: nt-;
lerncys was that them was no limit
si'l In the state rniiHlllUlliiu In the
pintter of Iniiuls for road ronstriic
llnii nut InvcMtlKatlnu Ibis iniirnin ,
rpv.'alnl Itm fact t It it t the cinin'lesl
are lltalteil to 2 per emit of llielr ns-'
eiM'it valiiatliiu, and tho law of l'Ji:i
wns I'liactcd with this limitation hi'
Tho fart Dial It will require a run .
.it it ill lotinl amendment in wo way dta
coin "rled those lutnriisled In (lie
mmetiionl for good ronds "Wo will'
n utter an aiiienilinent to tli" rims'l
tiitlnn." was the iiulrk repntisn. It
will delay thii matter very Utile, If
my, 'i.r all the iiiestlous at Issue ran
l'i p.io'ed upon at tliu biiuiii time
has been built along the most com- I.:. wrencc of tho I'rcabyicrlnn Cnprih country and the IJolshovikl command-
plete and up to date lined. Is what Is i w-'io arrived from attcmlliii; a confer-j or has ordered his troops to surren
known as the Daylight construction i enci. at Portland last night. i der the town of Sinovcff without a
design. I lx approximate cost Is $C2,. I Hev. (I. O. Oliver of tin Mrthollst! fight.
00(1 and the concrete warehouse Church last year, who left In October Trotsky has ordered tlio Holshevlkl
which was built on the adjoining lot to go Into the War Zone as a V. M. C. ; government of Petrograd to surrend
Inst year at a cost of $20,1)00, brings j A. Secretary did not reach Kuropej or the city without a fight if attacked
Ihn total Investment up to $82,000. 'after nil, It was learned. He spoilt' by the forces from northern Russia.
Tho new mill proper Is constructed ,a month In n California Cantonment i :
entirely of brirk. glass and concrete ramp and then went to Now York
and Is fogr stories In height. The but the armistice was signed before
Mi:Mlti;llSHII' IS KAI'IDIA (illOW.
ivti. i; i:iivom;h..d tocomi;
i win;.v si:i:. i:.viiii:ssios
ritn.M oi "I'sidi: iti:ci:ivi:i.
window surfaro on nil four floors Is
such as to make the rooms nlmost as
: light as it Is outside.
The new plant In eiillppeii with
la modern laboratory for the analyz
ing of flour ami grain and with ovens
I for di'moiistratlon purposes.
I The Ills! of tlie four floors con
' tains tho line shafts, laboratory, mot
! or wagon dumps, automatic scales
I and packers. The second floor holds
i the six double roll stands for the big
! (ileal Western Rolls, the feed mill
ho could get a passage overseas. Ho
now has n secretaryship in the Me-!
thodlst Centunnnry movement, which .
proposes to raise eighty million ilol-1
lars for reconstruction work. Ills
territory Includes Southern Oregon
and he hopes again to visit Klam
Reverend Charles Hun), former
Presbyterian pastor hero, is now in
charge of the Presbyterian Church
nt Aberdeen, Washington.
Rev. Lawrence reports that plans
YOUNG GIRL DIES
.Miss Viola Eittrlen. 10-year-old
daughter of Mr. (!us Klttrieu passed
away at her homo at :!2i Tenth
street shortly after noon tod.ij, from
puuumonfa. following an attack of
tho intluenza. The deceased had been
ill for about a week.
HILL IOIt SOLDILItS I'ASSLS
SAI.KM. Jan. 2:;.-Senator llfst-
on s Hill giving former soltllors and
It U kIiiiiiIv a inMier of senliiK a w heat scourers and lioauets. On the uf a wide scope for reconstruction
There ll undoulitedly Im a special i man In older lo gel Ills membership , ' """' "" Teiemiii, se..ira-1 WOrk wero outlined nt tho .New hra sailors prefetenco in public omplo-
nlcrtiiin called for the voting of ilntii.for the now (iood Roads assocliitlou i "" l,lrcl' ,lo,,r i'""""i nu '"-; Convention whieli no attended. I mnnt has been passed by the Senate
I It affects veterans of the Civil. Span
I Ish and World Wars.
bonds. ! ml tliu amenilmiitit ran bo
siibailtted at the same time.
Already plans for the sending out
if I'eb'gatlons to stump the state In
b'lhall i f the auieiidinetilM are under
way .mil when the matter comes he
fete the people, speakers from Klam
ath County will speak from platforms
In cw-iy county In tho Hindi, and tl.u
penile of Oregon will know that
tin re Is one county In tills coinimin
wcalth Hint wants good roads.
formed bore Tuesday night, accord- oxlinunt fan. The fourth floor con
lug to officers who have been work-, ''' t wu ' "'"or". two f,0,,r
dressers, dust collectors, two niatur-
Iiil- In I ho Interest of this move.
Thoro Is no Instance thus far .,...'" machines and thn conveyors lak
ported whoie a parly has refused lo'""? '' Kr',1 '" l1'1' "lovlllnr' whlc1'
..... . . . Ifiu li.i.iti luitll Inul ill tlwi rnftr of Itin
enlist in tills work anil niivnnce ins ' w wi
meinher.Mhlp dues. ,,,m- ThlH ,ov",or "'"tnlns olgh-j
Tieasnrer Oordon repotts Hint lholP" "n-ar.uo inns niiii una n louu
l.lanks luivo not vol been made out , 'apacu, - in ii,uuu uusnuia.
WASIIINdTON, Jan. 211 Flnmi
I'd depaitmentH In the gnvernmeiit
rf lutorested In tho iiniiouncemmil
of fimii'inry of Ihe Treasury Class,
Hint the "Victory Loan," drive, as
"ic filth Liberty loan In to bo called.
Ii ll probability will Im the last.
I ho gnnenil liellnf senilis lo Im that
the effect of (he iiowh (hat thorn Is
I" Im hut oiKi morn big public loan
' 'iHl.i be In Hlnlmllze uicei r Innu
er IhsucH at higher levels, mid small
I'linilholilnrH onco mnrii.wnru udvlseil
'" rnlnln their holdings,
It In known that strong piimsnio Ih
'"lug brought lo bear upon Secretiiry
flhiks lo have Ihn lutnroHt into on I ho
" liiiin flxoil at I -2 por cent, ln
"loml of ,ni u h believed that
If HiIh Ih doiio, the conversion piivl
lpK'H which Mr. rilasB fnvois will not
'"' nxtonilml to former Ihhiio.h.
It Ih bullovod tlio "Victory loan"
will bo for niiproxlnmdily $5,000,000,.
"" mid that the cniiipnlgn will Btnrt
'il'out April 0, tho wocoiid nnulvorBiiry
f our entry Into tho war,
and lie Is unable to say how much
has been tnl.cn In ns. the solicitors are
waiting for those before making tlielr
tepoi'ts Thoro hns been a largo In
crease In the total since yesterday.
Ktockmon, business men and rnuch-
i ors fiom the outside are united In
their approbation of the new organi
zation and have expressed themselves
verbally and In writing to this effect.
One commuulratlou received this
morning from Theodore 1. Voting, a
merchant of tho .Midland district, in
dicates the seutliiu'iit of that Ideality.
"Kdllor livening Herald -It Is i
Willi great pleasure I read about tlio
I'outoliiphitod (iood HoadH Association!
It Is expected that the plant will
he In full operation by the first of
Tho former mill owned by the
same firm and which stood on the
same site was burned to the ground
July, I Cth, 1 i 1 T and It was gener
ally believed that the fire was started
by I. W. W. agitators, who woro ac
tive bore at Unit time. A largo
amount of flour was lost which
brought tho total loss to about $S0,
000. The Martin brothers Immedlato
y commonced work on tlio new wariv
houno which w'iih completed last year
and started work on tho now mill
MAX IS AI'IMtKIIKXIIKII AT NOON
TODAY. I'l.KADS NOT (JULTV
AND 1'iaCKD TXDKIt HOXDS.
IIKAItlXt: ILIIUL'AltV lillil
j.MI.'DrOIED .MAN'S HILL
j WILL UK DIVIDKD.
MKXICO CITY, Jan. 22. Bull
fighting remains under an official
ban In the Federal District and ter
ritories under the control of the, cen
tral government, an effort In the
Chamber of Deputies to rescind the
presidential decree prohibiting this
sport having been defeated by the
vote. The debate was enlivened by
pleas of Juan Sllvetl, a noted toread
or, who appeared In the chamber to
argue In favor of resuming the custom.
KKVKKKXD THOMAS UHADV
VISITS FROM IiAKKVIKW
Rev. Thomas Brady of Lakevlew
came In yesterday for a "short visit
with Father Hugh Marshall of the
Sacred Heart Cath'ollc church. Rnv.
Brady, who has been in Klamath
Falls on many previous occasions, Is
well known by many here.
MAJOR HAMILTON OPENS
OFFICES IN PORTLAND,
Announcement of the opening of
his Portland office for the practice
of medicine has just been received
from Major Roy Riden Hamilton. Dr.
Hamilton has located In the Bernard
Building at 1024 Union Avenue
CXWARRANTED EXPENSE IS THE
CRV OK THOSE WHO WOULD
VOTE DOWN MEASURE FOR
SIORE PROTECTION IN STATE
......i iiitu t iniiiiti' tintn
wouhl ,i,v," ..IUM..M thn 'meeting.! "'To Ik so unusually adapted
Inn as the loads are almost Iuiiuihs- milling purposes, It has boon
I ik organized. It Is something that I " ' K"eniny conceiie.i iii.u mo
Is needed very badly at present, and j Klamath section has a wonderful fit.
the sooner It can bo brought about, j (uro as n wheat producing center ns
tho hotter for all concerned. Thoro .,.,, ,.m.iilv ,,f ,i10 wi,ont produced
able It was mil of the iiiiostlon. While ciaroii hy grain specialists that tho
I miintiged to make a trip lasl Mon- ,., , ,.y ,,, wlumt inH n,K,..
day. I got enough of the road situ-1 , ... . ,. ,
iitlpn for somn tlmo. If you wish to ' '"'" ' "'- ""'L " "v
sen sninolhliig iip-to-datii In roads, ; of tho main essentials, than any other
would iidvlso you to tako n trip ti J Htutn In tho Union oxcept KanstiB, So
Ml.lliind, (Itetlor niako It In nil aoro. w(,(), ni,c,( s thls roroKI,MI, t,int
SftZ XmuTJ.'MVtn horn wero nsked throe years
foientlal Case" niakos such it liimiitl-' ago for n .consignment by the big
fill groovo between the wheel tracks piusliury mills at Minneapolis,
that you could roll a "Howling Hall" j
In It. I ilon'li think u dollar was snout
last year on Ihn roads lintwoon Mid
land and Klamath. It is tlmo tlio
people In tills "forgotten corner or
H'e world" hIioiiIiI hnvo a llttlo hpno
flt of tho road appropriations, In
tlio now movement I would humbly
suggest that all owners of gas vehic
les lie nsHOHHod n sferlnl tax on gaso
line usoil In tho cars.
The more lie used thn roads, thn
more lie would pay into thn road
fund, nnd (ho nioru plontmro and so
on "ad Infinitum".
Here Is hoping that movo will be u
li00,00(l,tMHt IS PAID
OUT OX WAR POLICIES.
WASHINGTON, Jau. 2.1. Tho war
has cost tho government $900,000,.
000 In death mid disability claims on
Insurance carried by soldier.!, sailors,
nnd marines, according to figures
mado he to Sunday, Against this sum
tliu war risk insurance, hurou has
colloctod $200,000,000 In premiums.
Fred Sloan was apprehended horo
this morning by Deputy Sheriff T. K
Orlfflth and Federal officer. I K.
Flanders and, Chio fof Police Wilson,
on a charge of Ifaving intoxicating II-
n,uor In Ills possession, Tlio nrrost,
occurred Just before noon at n sh'.e
shlng parlor near Sixth nnd Main,
The dofondont was brought before
Justice N, J. Chapman this afternoon
whore ho, plead not guilty. Ho was
placed under bonds of $,"0(1, and bis.
hearing sot for February, Fifth. Thlt
date was sot In order to allow J. i:.
Flanders, onn of tho principle wit
nesses to return from Portland, Thn
liquor In quostlou Is reported to huvo
been found at thn Metropolitan
CIVIL ACTION FILED
A civil action for tlio recovery of
$200 for alleged loss of porsnnal
property was ' tiled this morning in
tho Justlco court of N. J. Chapman
by Adolph Cacka against Hugh Fal-voy.
MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED
A marriage llconso has been Issued
to William II. Maliouey uiul MIsa Lola
Oi Bush by County Clork DoLnp,
SAi.tJ.M. Jan. Ha. The Joint en
solidntlon Committee has adopted a
program calling for six separate bills
revering everything In the consolida
tion plan, presented by Carkln of
ftlodford. Carkln is requested to
draw 'up tlio bills.
IS NOW PROPOSED
SALEM, Jan. 22. Representative
C. Sliubell has introduced a bill to
offset n raise in tho telephone rates
by (he telephone company which woro
Tho bill as submitted would cause
five per cent of the companies' gross
Incomes to revert to tho state tn
taxes, "so the people will know that
tho oMra money (hoy pay will gu
Into tho Stale Treasury."
(.OOD XEWS I'Olt
WASHINGTON, 1). C, Jan. 22.
Tlio war revenue conferees agreed
not to increase taxes on amusement
Tlio many friends of Mr. ami Mrs.
Kay fin garni a u and tlielr daughters
will bo pleased to learn of tliolr bin
Improvement from Illness at their
homo on Washington street.
SALEM, Jan. 23. Members of the
legislature have Indicated that there
vill be some opposition to the pass
ago of Senator Orton's measure cre
ating a department of state police, on
the grounds of unwarranted expense.
Tho bill is expected to find support
from many legislators from the fact
that it is in line with a recommenda
tion of Governor Wlthycombe.
The Orton bill calls tor an appro
priation of $60,000 ,or as much of
that amount as appears to be neces"'
baiy, to put the department in opera'
tion. Further it calls for a superin
tendent at a salary of $3,000 per
year, u deputy superintendent at $2,-
400 and twelve pollcce at salaries of
$1,500 each a total of $23,400 au
uually In salaries.
One of the purposes for which the
police would be created, as set forth
in tliu bill, Is to aid In enforcing the
prohibition law. Tho argument will
bo mado against this on tho ground
that nation wide prohibition soon will
bo established, making a state police
organization unnecssary for enforce
ment of anti-liquor laws.
Big Meet Marks Time Wait-'
ing Russ Answer
NEW POLAND PERHAPS
Mivilon to Poland Will Have Short
Time for Instigation Declared
Futile lo Try to Conduct Inter
coumc With Soviet Leaders Min
ister Reads Paper.
(By the. Associated lhe)
PARIS, Jan. 23. With replies
from the various Russian factions, to
the proposal for the conference, be
ing awaited, the Supreme Council
Meanwhile the Joint Allied commis
sion being made up of the Congress,
will consider the League of Nations
until action regarding Russia shows
results one way or the other.
PARIS, Jan. 23. Recognition of a
new- government of Poland Is un
Word has been received from C. S.
Silsby, for a long tlmo onglneer on
tho passongor train between Klamath
Falls nnd Wood, that he Is gradually
recovering from the dangerous Ill
ness from which ho suffered when
taken to California, last Fall, He Is
Informed by his physicians however,
that his railroad days aro over,- so
he plans to secure a small ranch In
the vicinity of Santa Rosa, when he
grows strong enough to operate It
Mr. Silsby waa one of tho oldest en
gineers In tho Espeo service
COMES HERE FOR
Mrs. W, 1). Miller was n passongor
on tho train this morning for Calorn,
California, where alio will make a
short visit with ralatlvos',
Chris Dlotrichson of the Merrill illb
liict wa.s brought to Klamath Falls
yoMurday for troatment at tho Klam
ath Cenoral Hospital, by J, H, Hobbs
who operates a general store In that
PARIS. Jan. 23. The "Temps"
says it will be difficult for the En
tente Mission to Poland to make any
kind of an investigation and report
to the Peace conference within three
weeks. The French Womans I-easus
has demanded a franchise,.
The Danish minister to Russia, Har
old Scavenlus, made a statement be
fore the executive session of the coun
cil on conditions in Russia, watch
also had a strong Influence In deter
mining that soviet reprosentathes
should not come to Paris. He was
tho last of the ministers to leave Pe
trograd, and today he empliiuled
the futility of trying to conduct any
intercourse with the soviet leaders.
He read an article written by one
of tho soviet chiefs declaring that
Premier Lloyd Ocorge and President
Wilson were too conservative and
'reactionary for the Soviets to deal
with. He also gave exact data on the
bolshevik forces, showing that they
dia not exceed 90,0X10 armed raw.
the remainder being without 'irmsor
ammunition, clothing or shoes,. He
declared also that the red army was
'largely recruited from the famished
peasants who took this means to pb
tain food and the pay the sovle'J
seemed able to give them.
VAIL IS SI
WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. Senator
Sherman of Illinois. Republican, de
clared in tho Senate that Theodora
N. Vail, adviser on wire contrql to
Po.tn'ustcr General Burleson, favors
government ownership of telegraph
and telephone lines, that the property
of tho American Telephone and Tcle-
i. n,n,nv nf which Vail Is presl-
IUHI HHJ-W "
dent, may bo "unloaded" on the government.
Tlcodoie N. Vail If an assistant
to Mr nurlesou and is interested in
unloading the American Telephone
and Telegraph company on the gov
ernment, and Mr. nwri'fkn"
it," Senator Sherman said. Mr. van
is a boUhevlst In disguise. He be
lloves In government ownership of
telegraph and telephone lines be
cause that Is the best method of un
i.ii.. ih American Telopbouo and