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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1919)
(Eirig JEutttng Herald
OF KLAMATH FALLS
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
Thirteenth Ycnr -No. 3,532
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1919
Price, 5 cents
i rnn nrini i lit i
Japanese Becoming Angry
ITALIANS ARE PEEVED
grltl,- f future of Captured
Gemini' Culiiiilei llil"U Storm
lliiiiir Aiiic- tin Kk) Wilson'
Vlr mi Iliilliiii Oiicslloii Amuse
LONDON Jtiii no L'miliMl'N rn.
ported ui(piinro of WIImim'm
lh' of liiii'rMi'tloimllit.illon .i i a.-
iill tu till' p,,lll"l t'OlonlH N.l)1 lllll
'prl rorrciioinloi'; of I In- n'.lly
Mull, linohi'H tin mlmlnitloii Unit tlm
UMlli' rt'KiirilliiK tlu Inlands In the
noithrni Piirlfli unit wllli lln Ariilm
rcciirilliiK Syria mid with lint French
ii tn the future of Miimerum. nnut
bp arbitrarily modified If not nllo-Kt-tlitT
Tlili JcHirn.il nii)n that tint Jiipmione
ili'li'Kiitt'H are Hilary mill alarmed nml
hme (li'i'lnrcil tliclr iiimllernhlo it
tf r (ii I tin l Ion In claim tint Inland hh
"promlm-d them In llii'lr f previous
uKri'iMiii'iiln Tin. IhIhiiiIh urn really
tin- crtu of tint w liol" nlttiiillon
Tli'r Aunt rltiiiH iliflli'M' tlmt tint
firm mini of Prciddcnt Wllmin In
(I tic In the d'.ir t lilt I lint Jnpnueiio oc.
ctipiitlon of Hit' Wands won tl Im
ps ir liln iri'llK III lint United States
and tlmt ho feu hontllo Congress
If ln agrees to tills Mini of u Kettle
niotit Tin' lliilhint frankly avow tln'lr
rlalrnn lo Plume, ami any Unit Wil
ton' altitude on tliln point rohtrii
'HitH hn ilrdiirutloiiK of Hut rlghlN
n( the i'i'oilm in ih fouilcen points
Ol rKTIIIS INHTAI.I.CO.
Tlm Cmtitrn Star OffUom who
-ri' uiiiilili to all I tint ivKiilnr In-
uliilliiilon iiifi'MiiK. wont ItiHinlliMl Into
thi'lr ri'M'ciiii. KlatloiiN at Ilio Inoot
Iiik TliiirHiiuy nlKht hy hiNlalllnK of
flrcm Mrx v,vi, ',m um aoUiib
Marhhall Mm Clmili-i Martin. j
KVIIIMH i'' I.OCAl, SUI,lli:it
W'llesi: A.Mi: AI'I'KAHCI) ox
CAhl'Alrv LIST, I'lXDS SOX IS
Al.lli; AMI COMIXd MO.Mi:
r'l'iiik Tiuld'r H mIIII ullvu, If tliu
'"niniiatlon In a Inttur rcculvvil liy
I'lx failuT thin week h correi-t, No-
M'lllll.- 1 , WIH r,or0, H ,1,,,,,
a n-Hiilt of a miu, thru both (,BS,
wl'loh wim ,f,.lM during 0 f tho
"Ik lultlas of hiHt Octohor. Tint Ittltci'
rciolvo,! ihiH week convuyitil tint In
fnriiiiitliin tlmt Mr. Tucker uxppetuil
j" I'h illHi'lmrwil from tho lioHpllnl
In nhmit week IU W(,,r , va.
(ln h ' I t takim about iwnnty
"n iIiijk for i, Uiliitr to rnich IIiIh
c'0 fioiu I'Vanei), m that tliln loltur
'"Mil liiivn ht'cn wrlttnn tho Inttor
I'art or Dwiimhnr. a Itmtr tlnui nftitr
"In ri'porti.,1 rinalh, If It niino ll'iru
n hchi'iim,, timo. IIIh fathor luw
illluii lo Hmuilnr Clinmhorlaln HHk
lnK Unit ho liiHiltiitu an liinulry In thn
wnr ilopnrtiiiimt t7 iiKt-oitiiln whothor
'" hn In IIVlllR nr .loitl.
'' s. ri:coixii: POLAND.
UAHIUNOTON, D. C., Juu, 30.-
tocretiiiy LunBing HoiU a mes.'JnKo to
nilcruudkl, iho now Poland Prom
'. Baying that tho Unltud Stsilo
would bo glad to opon roliitloiiH with
IMPORTANT WORK . !
FOR LOCAL ELKS
Tonight In tin- tegular tueullng
night of (lie K lit milt li I. mine uf Elka. '
mill tlimi' ur u iiiiiilier of Important
it ti 1 1 t h lo tin taken euro of. ii largo I
nttemlmiKi Ik exiiniiilly dcHlred I
' 'I'lii' Kliiniiith KhIIn Elka iiii going'
,ii mili'i lulu Hid ;ik nf t lut Hluli
I line nitil huiii itn-r mill HiIn menu 11
j Iiiiki ri'HioiiHllilllly on each mill tttcry
' meinliot (if tli mhIit iiimI It In declar
ed Unit nil should tin prcHitnl nt t In;
niciillng now on to gel irmly for
pope ncitkal on
LOME. J ii ii nn - Pope. Benedict
ili'nlri'n to in i I it t it I ii Htrlrt ntititr.illty
iin regards tln Irish Munition, I In
Mitlnili auuniiuecd Kuudii) In a stnu
int'iit In which It ilitnli'K that tin' Itoly
fntlntr Inn! glxou IiimI mi 1 1 limn to tint
Irlitli i'liUciiuiti. nml clingy. Tlir Vali
um fnrtlirr ili'iiloil ri'i'oitn to tint of-fi'i-t
that MonitlKiior (Vri'ttl, now In
llic I'lllli'il States, wn.s lilt runted with
a iiiUhlou to ntnftT with tint Irish
i sum feet to ii:.tii.
RENO. Nov . Jan il 30 lh:rlm)
llun nmt'i' for 300 fi'itt. I'anl W'liU
tlitr, kiikIiii'it of a Wrniprn I'arlflc
fri'lKlit loi'itiiiotlvc wiin liiKtiintly kill-
i i'il when tln holler oxiiloiluil ultoiil
lKli t inllfit Wfitt of 1'ortoln, Cat. A.
, II. MimiT, tlri'iiiiin, who win rliltnx In
I tin' inli uiin thrown l.'O frot ami
tirnUiiil. I'litci'it of tlio i'IikIiio Itollcr
worn IhroMii nun fcot Tin' raumt of
tint i'xioliin Ik unknown
; GET NEW ROAD
TIINTATIVK '-:( H) T.KK
i uvkii iioaii ami roxxi:T IT
WITH KI.A.MATH l"AI.I.S ItlSK
I TO KI'KrU.ATHX
DOItTI.AND, Jnn. 30. - W T. Tur
itrr, ilu iiTiilMir for tltn I'ai'lflr anil
Ka.stirn ralhMi) Iiiih nnnonncoil thai
ho woiilil comply wllli lint Com I
iiiiIit and not li to ontlnno to
opi'iato tlitln nonlio Hilt of Mcilforil
A lonlalho offor Iiiih tii'on iniulo 10
tulw nvor tlm I oitd ami to ronnoi't It
ltli lln Soiilliriu I'ailflc Diani'li nt
i Tho aliovo lino ruiiH Iii-Iwokii Moil
fonl ami llntlo Kill In to tho imini anil
1 ii founi'itlon of mixi'iiiy mllos wonlil
ItrliiK It In to IIiIh 'lty ami oimii up a
I wlilit holt of tliuhitr to (ho maikpt. It
' In ili'claroil
Whi'thiM- Iho loiiliillvn offur iiliuw
roforri'il lo ImllcatoM an action on tho
part of tint Hotilhi'in I'in'Ifli',' or a
I iiiiivu liy ltohnit 10. Strahorn. who ar-
jConlliiK to I'oi'tlaiiil illHpatrhm, linn
' lioon iuKotlulliiK for IIiIh roail, la a
imitlnr of riiiiji'flnri'.
HAY STACK BURNS
ON UPPER KLAMATH
Tho Iosh of ii Iiiikh murk of liny
belonging to Dan iud Pnvo Llsky on
the wust Hide of Upper Klamath Lake.
Ih rupoitixl by JaniKH Straw, who In
III town fiom Unit dlHtiict. It Is ru-
polled tlmt Ihoio wore about liS
i tons of awamp hay In tho slack,
j which was believed to liiivn caught
,.from Ihu rtuh of u clgmoltu In lliu
IiiiikIh of miiiiii of tint !(:! feodum.
PURCHASE OF ARMY
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 3D.
Tho uhaiiilonmeiit of fotirtoon of tho
Hlxtonn national guard rumps uml tho
purchiiHo by tho government of nil
thn iiullnnnl army eaiiTonmrifls was
urged by Bocrolury linker heforo tho
linuso military cniniulltoo today.
Tlio only guard camps purchasod
would ho Camp Kenmoy In Cnllfor
nlu and Cump SovloV In South Carolina,
Young Man I Mourned by
Host of Friends
i END NOT UNEXPECTED
Young Pharmacist Wlm Hit HoiIiImI
Hero for Number of Yean nnd
lli'i'ii Alt I if In Mucin I Life, of Colli
iiiiiiiII), Breathes IjisI Thli Morn
ing Funeral Tinmirrtm.
Tin- ilcutn of llarolil J. Lincoln at
It In lioinc ht'ro tlilx morning nt thrrn
thirty had broiiKhl u cloud of kIooiii
over IiIn Ioiik tlt of 'friends In lliln
roiuinuulty Mr Lincoln .hnH been
Krailually Krowlng weaker for a num
ber of weekH ami while tho end was
feared by IiIh fninlly nml frlcmln, hU
paHHltiK Ioin neverthcleMM brotiRht n
h lim'lt to them.
Tie deceimed ilurlilK Htn five ycnr'
reHldencit In Kliuniitli Kull.s linn been
active In tho Noclnl life of the city.
He wiik Invariably hrlRht anil optlmln
lv wllli n penlal good fellownhlp
which won for him a host of warm
frlemlN. lie wan an artlve member of
the K.lkN Loil Re of UiIh city.
Mr Lincoln wan born In 1KKK at
Ciiiemivlu, Wlnronxlii, where he re
ceived bin early education. He later
pieparvil for IiIn life work, pharmacy
at tho NorthweHtum 1'nlverslty al
Two yearN aflvr roinlns lo Klnm
nth I'll I Ik he wai married to MInn
(lolileu Whltcnack on November 25,
10 IK. He w-as employed for nn ox
temleil period al the Stnr DniK Store
lieie. and after n few monlh In Cali
fornia ho rnturnd and became Identi
fied with tho 1'ndc.rwood Pharmacy
where hn remained until Mrlckcn
with his Inst lllnoHK.
Mr. Lincoln Is mirVlved In addi
tion to IiIn wife by his mother and a
brother. II. 5. Lincoln, who have
I n wllli him for the pnNt two weokn
ami two Muter. Mrs. K. II. Stollnun
nf ChlciiKO and MIns Luverne Lincoln
of HlllHboro, Wlticonsln.
Kuneral Horvlces ure to be held at
two-thirty tomorrow afternoon nt the
KlkH Temple, under the uuHplcps of
the I.Iks l.odee.
Tho remnliiH will be taken to Rich
mond Center, WlneonRln for burial.
Out of respect for Mrs. Lincoln, the
Ntrlcken wifo, who In ono of tho val
ued tcai'tutm In tho city l'ubllc
ScIiooIh, lliero will be no school nes
.slon tomoirow afternoon In any of
HXTHl'SIASTIC KARMKR SAYS Hti
WILL PULL XO OXK OUT OK
Mill HOLICS WHO DDKS NOT
HAVi: (i(M)l) ROAD CLUII SKIX
"Ono of tho things that brought
mo to Klamath Kails today Is to Join
tho Good Rondf Association," said
S, P. Dohllngor of Merrill, who was
In tho city yesterday. "I am with tho
lloinld heart and soul hi Its fight for
good io:i(Ih, nnd I am going to take
back with inn a membership card and
emblem and from now on no man on
tho road will got my help If he has
not ono of tho association emblems
on his cnr."
This Is only one of tho many simi
lar expressions that como dally to
tho llorald, That tho peoplo' of the
county mo supporting It In Its cam
palgn for a rompi'ohoiiBlvo system of
pavnd highways Is clearly demonstra
ted and the man who Is not b'ttck-jof
tho movement Is certainty ;!. rare
! TO JOIN CLUB
THE INFLUENZA SITUATION!
Knih day there will be publlklied In
this column complete Information iin
to the Influenza nitunflon. Here will
be found Hie report of Health Officer J
Houle, (lie nnmem nnd wldrrftNCM of
new raxes, and nil Informiillon (lint j
will convey the exact condition of Ihej
public hrultb. An nil iifllrial Infonmi-,
tlon legJitdlnK Ibis qumllon will be
plltillhlird, the public In uanit'il
KK'ilni-t bellevlnjt any stories that do
nof date as their foundation the facta
contained In The Herald.
lilt. KOULK'S ItKPOIlT
There- am no new iiim-h of the In-
fluent In (he ell) lod Unit hate
The follow Iiir hate lH-en brought
from thn country for treutnieut at the
Kolatlon hospital here:
. V. Wilson.
A. A. KOCLK.
City Health Ofllccr.
NAMES OF PACKERS'
WA8HINGTON. D. C Jan. 30.
'After hearing the testimony of five
lot the leading packers on a charge of
the federal trade commission tit"'
; bad combined to control prices, the
I house Interstate commerce, commit
tee has tentatively agreed to demand
that tho trade commission submit the
rnamc of witnesses on whoso testi
mony the charges or collusion were
CASE HEARD IN
( The case of W. J, Ruff, who Is be
, Ing held on a Htatutory charge, was
' brought up today in the Justice court
of N, J, Chapman. One session wsn
hold this forenoon, but llttlu head
, way was gained. The case Is being
continued this afternoon. Prosecut
ing Attorney Wm. Duncan is hand
ling the prosecution, while Attorney
V. II. A. Rcnner appears for the de
fense. 0. S. A.
1NEW MANAGER FOR
8IXTV.KIKTII COAST ARTIM.KRY ISOLATION HOSPITAL
ARRIVKS IX PIULADKMMIIaI
WITH KLAMATH FALLS OIVKS
RISK TO 8PKCt'UTIOX
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 30. The
sixty-fifth Coast Artillery arrived
hero today. It sailed from Brest on
January fifteenth nnd Is composed of
Pacific Coast, men. Tho nowiy ar
rived regiment entrained this after
noon for Camp Dix.
This regiment handled tho heaviest
mobile armament used by the-American
First Army. Its members flrod
fifteen thousand tons of explosives
nt tho Gorman Hues,
Thero are n largo number of tho
Klnmalh Kails boys Identified with
this company, whose- relatives nnd
friends will bo rejoiced to learn of -j
their safe arrival in the United
The Slxty-Klfth nrtlllory was In
action for rf porlod of Seventy days
with a total of three men killed and
, nlnefy nino wounded. Tho small ras-
UUIiy IIDV IB Uliu III n MWfiU UCfilCU III
tho art of camouflage, Tho records
show that there have been no court
The following boys nro among!
thoso from here who are In this com cem
pany: Ron Mitchell, Clifford Sevlts,
Edgar McCullum, Robert Turner,
Gerald Senrs, .Qlajohce Montgomery,
Paul Hilton, Jo Zumpfe, and Elmer
y. ft 'ft
Oregon, Fair with gentle southorly
winds. M , -
Maximum' yesterday 40 degrees,
.Minimum, today .20 degrees,
OREGON TO BE
NO STATE FOR
Anti Red Flag Bill Gets
OLD GLORY ONLY FLAG
(Jot eminent liiilhales WHIIInKiie-s lo
Lei Work in Ship) arils Rest While
Strikers Are Itusy SlrikiiiK Di
rector llelletex Workers Foolish
lo Strike Sow.
J SALKM. Jan. 30. TheJUordon
anti Red Klag Dill pinned The House
This measure would' make the dis
play of any emblem in defiance of
I the American government a felony.
The bill passed by a vote of forty to
The criminal syndicate bill attach
ing heavy penalties to all forms of
sabotage or setting In motion violence
i for political or economic purposes,
I went to the Governor today for sign
ature. It passed the House yesterday
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 30.
Charles Plez, Director General of the
Emergency Klect corporation announ
ced today that It would be the gov
ernment's policy, In the matter of the
shipyard strike to "let the Job stand."
He referred particularly to the si
tuation at Seattle and San Francisco
where strikes are now threatened.
Director Piez declared that mo'st
of the yards needed a breathing spell
and that he did not think the gov
ernment would continue to furnish
work at the present extremely high
wages unless the Increased skill and
output justified it.
He also declared that he believed
it to be extremely nnw.lse for the
shipyard workers In their own inter
est to call strikes at their existing
SALKM, Jim. 30. Tho Governor
Immediately signed the Criminal
Syndicalism Hill carrying nn emer
gency clause making it Immediately
C. C. Low has been appointed as
manager for the Isolation Hospital
on Crescent Avenue lo take the place
of W, C. Townsend who has resign
ed his position. Mr, Low assumed
charge of tho Institution this morn
ing. WEDDING HERE
TWO t'Ol'PLKS FROM KLAMATH
RESERVATION' ARE MARRIED
AT METHODIST PARSO.VAGE
A double Indian wedding was per
formed hero Inst night when Ira
Isaucs ami Lena K, Cookman and
Samuel Clinton and' Emma Isaacs
were united In marriage by tho Rev,
Simpson Hamrlck of tho Methodist
Church. Tho ceremony was perform
ed at the parsonage at 7:30, Roth
couples resldo In tho Agency district.
'' ARRIVES IX HAMBURG.
HAMBURG, via the Hague, Jan.
30, An Anglo-American relief com
mission has arrived here. Tho Ger
mans wore warned against profiteer
ing In food supplies received from the
ALBERS IS FACING
PORTLAND. Jan. .10. Miss OIku
(Somen, a San Vranclsco manicurist,'
testified In the Albcm trial here to
day that the defendant had testified
that he "wa a kaiser man from
head to foot, and a spy," while In an i
automobile between San Krancisco.
and Palo Alto last spring. I
MKDKORD, Jan. 30. Medford
business circles are all agog over the
revival of the old-time Medford spirit
as shown by the attendance and en
thu.slasm at the Commcrcitl Club
banquet of the rojuvenated Commer
cial Club last week.
The banquet of the Commercial
Club at the Hotel Holland Friday
evening was a complete success to
the smallest detail. The room was
filled 'to Its utmost capacity with
an enthusiastic crowd of Southern
Oiegon boosters and the old Medford
spirit was evident.
FATHER OF DECEASED
MERCHANT IS IX CITY
Joseph Eskelson, father of the late
O. J. Eskclson, arrived last night for
n short stay in Klamath Falls. He
comes from Lexington, in Morrow-
KUYS XEW DODGE
Mrs. Ida Grimes has showed her
faith in the new Good Roads move
ment by purchasing a new Dodge au
tomobile. STATE HIGHWAY
PRESIDENT OK I'EXDLETOX GOOD
ROADS BODY MENTIONS IDEA I
IX LETTER RECEIVED. ANX
IOUS TO CO-OPERATE
A suggestion for the formation of
n State Good Roads Association la
glen In a letter just received by
President E. B. Hall of the Klamath '
Good Roads Association from Presi-
dent David N. Nelson of the Umatilla ;
Good Roads Association at Pendle
ton. Mr. Nelson writes a letter of
congratulation on the formation of
the local organization and expresses
a wish that the two bodies may co
operate In the big task of building up
tho Oregon highways. The people
there are urging the adoption of tho
Increased bond issue amendment, he
ATTEM1T TO MURDER
MADE EXTRE.ME CRIME,
SALEM, Jan, 30. Any prson
guilty of Intent and attempt to mur
der will lay himself liable to the ex
treme penalty, If H. B. 36, which
passed tho house by unanimous vote,
is adopted by the senate. Represent
ative Gallagher Is author of the bill,
"The way things stand now," he
snld, "u man may go gunning for an
other, find him and shoot him dowiM
In his tracks, yet escape paying tho
penalty for murder should his vic
"I maintain that the technical dis
tinction should bo removed and tho
courts allowed to Impose the life '
sentence on such men at 'their dis
cretion." WOULD DEPORT ENEMY
ALIEN'S FROM CANADA.
VANCOUVER, B, C. Jan. 30
Vancouver's city council has ndoptod
a resolution calling for tho expul
s'on from Canada of all enemy aliens
and for tho prohibition of Immlgra
tloi. to Canada from Teutonic .coun
trian, LEAVES FOR RAY CITY
Mrs. Wattors. manager of the Bird
. YAh Inf ft ililn m Atvi I ,9 Wrm C n w unt -
UUA, 1UII HUB MIUOIIM& IUI IKIU -UII-i
, cisco ana i-os Aitgeies to purcnasn
stock for her Spring opening, Dur-,
! Iiif; her absence Mrs. Ingweweu will
litivo charge of her store.
IHS IT IDE
10 M ALLIED
COSTS IF IH
Full Reparation for Belgium
NO BIG INDEMNITIES
j Demand That German) P.i) Rack In-
delimit) Taken From Prance in
j 1H71 Will XoKlSc Pressed llrit-
ish lo Ak Reparation for Air It.ilil
Deiastiitioii ;inil Subbed Ro.its.
(It) AsMxiated Press)
LONDON, Jan 30. The Paris cor
respondent of thf Evening Standard
says that the Peace conference has
eliminated any intention of calling on
Germany and her associates to pay
the allied cost of he tfar or to impose
There will be full and ample re
paration of the unjustifiable damage
however to Serbia and Belgium.
The idea that Germany should re
turn tho indemnity that she took
from France in 1S71 has now been
British claims are to be made for
damage in the air raids and for the
sinking of her merchantmen.
PARIS, Jan. 30. The British and
French governments have accepted
the principle of Wilson's plan con
cerning the mandates from the
League of Nations for the administra
tion of the captured tenltorles, It is
announced. . .'
The final acceptance however is to
be subject to learning under, what
(onditions the plan is to be carrled
c,it ' I .rl '
HER CROSS TO liGIIT. .
"FLU" IX ALASKA.
WASHINGTON. D 0. Jan, 30.
Appropriation of $25,000 for influ
enza relief In Alaska has beeirroted
b the Red Cros,
WELL KNOWN KLAMATH FALLS
ROV IS (JIARU OK HONOR FOR
PRESIDKNT WILSON OX' IDS
RKCEXT LONDON VISIT ,
Whuther Ralph Hum will comlos
cend to uotue his old KLinwIlfKalls
friends vnfter hobnobbing across tho
water with Woodiow and thq other
notab'fi, is now a question which Is
being dismissed hue. A letter' writ
ten, howeter to a friend In' Eugene
recently. Indicates his desire to
pet back to his old slumping srounfl"
HB'tli'. in Mute ot tlieso int-iun.
' The following Is taken fiom the
Cregonlnu of the 2Cth:
INIVL'RSITV OF OREGON, K
pone Ralph K. Horn, ot Klamath
Krlls, u student at the University ol
Oregon In 1'JIC, was a nwmuer of Iho
g'inril of honor which attended Pre
idenl Wilson on tho occasion of his
lerent M to London. ' t
Hutu wiltes to Karl V Oiltbank.
sco-etnrv :o President Campbell, that
in purfoi mine his duties .n Ibi "'
taiy Hoop train of the 162 J Infantry
ho had been stationed In the-chlof
surgeon, office at London since 1)4
combo. I "i don't know, ho BUM,
'how long It is going to conthw
have n ten line lOngWB """
to Clod' country I" wnnf -i..n..
in Wn may go to lans
IIUWIIV3 .' ..-----
.. ...,.i..(n n c... from hero.
but I urn pulling for the latere! .