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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1919)
f&tl? Cunning Herald
0F KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth Year No. 3,536
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1919
Price, 5 cents
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Big Protest Comes from Ar
Tllltl rrtjm'il sVllll'llll'lll l XmI III
Arnml Willi I'lf-hlrnl'- I'utirli-rii J
luniv IIi'iiiiiiiiN llmiiil mill l"i
IIA8KI.. Feb. I MiUIiIiib Em
Icrser, tlui AriulMUe nn in I m I f tj ir
lut prolinli'il v turn mini) against tier
l.imy being deprived of her cnlonlo
FtmlVIni; liffoii' llii' Colonel nr
ctr nt HitIIm In' wild. "If wo no Iiiiik
f bur troop or iirniH. w have o'lr
rlchtu Tin- Allien have iinop'nl
I'rHdrnt Wilson h fourteen poInU is
Germany hm He ilemnudn hroul '
mil fmpnrtliil reguh.tlons on nil v
lonlal iiui-sllnns hut the Allies iiro.,,,,,. .... , ,, , ,,,. .
fifkliiK to linpimi- (he wills of the
tronxer natlmis WHmiu's prognm
fivr ficTiiiniiy an luvlolnble right to
kfr rolonlnl pivixessliuiK "
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till be referred In a ro.nmlHslou of, Mplori, , , WtMimii-
riirna imn nilty II would be to
wiap rrfomiiiendatlnii for a Just
tlllfinrnl. Ilepnwentailve of the
rnltcil SihIcb, Eiiginmi, Kranre mid
Italy noiild rnmpoie this roinmllteo
imm; TAiis oiini:iti;i)
Ioi! laics will KOnn hiicoiiiii dun
hero, am) In view of this furl the city
niuncii iai uiKiit Kaw, orders Unit
I0D iIor tags liu ordered
'inch, M;n.s wiiii; to sai.e.m
M:llsl,.(llt,s oitosimi I'ltO.
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..,"!"" ""'proposed legislation .,.
Kfiulng of Hheop, the
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. .ri.w,,i laws kov,k ,iu. stock
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'Orl"ohe, .'My l0K.lHlntln"' having "' 0,m" "'
lwt c ioi tl10, """'"Icntlon of tho "wnur of ir.7
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wK fr"' iWy0BrSKS ,! Mr. Orom's son, Iru F. Orom. and
COUNTY FARM AGENT
MAKES FLYING VISIT
I: II TIiihiiUh of llniiti'li') the new
I Colllil) Ak Iciitl ill Int Ak'-iiI iiiii)liltci
In llii' mhIUoii mm Mini It II It
(lliihtyei, i'iiiihi In from California
lllghl bofom lit h t mi ii flying vlstl
mill left i lit" iiuir ti I ii k fur California
again Hi' Imped to get Ml" uffiilui
Ill shape nd UK In take II i IiIm IH'U
work m mi enily iliiii Mi Thomas
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hlionlil In nlilc lt-nilik mil man) of
llm pruhli inn pel ii l ii t- In IIiIh illnlllil
whlrll hnvn plnveu puztllUK Id llic!
Count) nun hi'u ami funnel
M l, DIIK l:it WHO Is U
I Mi RAPID .si HIDES I.N Till'
.naval si.itxici: wu.r. isir.
mo m: met nv iti:i,u:r roups
l.leiileumit Ktuillug (iiirrelt li
now del iiuil In tin and of
t'uileil H tut en llattleshlp, Sin rumeii-'
lo. Is t-xiinc ted to arrive this evenlni! I
f,,rough with bis parents. Mr
nu a furlough Willi his parents, Mr
I He bus been alineut for Hevmal )e.us.
mid a large iiiitnlmr of bin old frlen Ii
will be very glad lo welcome 1,1m
hark lo his home town Ills tul
vmiremcnt In the navy slum hit
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Corps are planning to go to the Iran '
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t.r nil .'I mill nun nil iiii-iiiim-i .1 l'-l ,
can do so ate asked to be at the De
VTTOItM'V 111 Vs Itll'l'lK
ill IIIIIVIil III 1 fl II. VI I 1,1'.,
TH'KirrS lltdM HltOIHI.lt OF.
'PnRNnUnM UIINQ I
, homo of Itev V, I' Lawrence, on
I'H'HIt AT lAMI' l.l.'WI.s, AMThlnl mid Jefferson streets. Until
i.i.TS iim: iiri'Meitiiii:
When Captain Caiuiihau a. me. I In
Klmi.ath Palls and leitiui I of (no
united movement fur good loads, he
Immediately made piep.i.-ntli us for
the shipment from Portland of his
Hupmohlle, which he .v.i'i in a ion
teal u( Camp Lewis lie took five
one dollar cIiiiucch on a flvo p issen
gin ear that Caplalii Hillings of the
Tilth lufm.l.y was disposing of, .Mm 1 1
to Ills Nin'p.lso ho foil nit that oiio of
the flvo tlckels ho had pur 'bused
cmrlod tho lucky itumbei A iioml
loads emblem Is awaiting Iho arrival
of the Hup In Klamath Kails, and
neeilltiHS to say the Captain with
courage enough lo Join the machine
gun battalion will ptiv II t tin attention I
lo sponit limitations I
WELL KNOWN CITIZEN
VALI'AIILi; lAlt.M TEN
( I'HO.M TOWN LAND IS
TILE AND IKIIIUATED
By a deal complutod this morning,
this city bncoiiioH tho
7 ncroH of land ton hiIIoh
Klamath Falls, prnvlously
noil by At chin CoIhiiii.
Tho consideration was $11.7u0,
tho now owuor will lako ikissoh-
rtiu U'onhko will oporutu tho fnr.n,
C NT N
nein tax on
Toll on "Liquid Hay" Pro
posed in Bill Today
Tin of nil on Gasoline mill Half a
IVnl mi Distillate Nov l'niii'iil.
CiiiiiIIImIIiiii mill Arbitration IIIII
Agnlii llriuiglil li anil I'msmiI by
a Dig Vnte.
HAI.LWI, Feb I. Tim Joint IIoh.Im
and IIU:hua lommllti-u havo ngiccd
on a hill taxing denims in KaHolluo,
one tent, and distillates one half rent
This will In nil probability ho made
an emergi'my iiieaRiiie ii.h will all
th.-'ihn Highway program Including tho
ten million dollar bonding enaetmout j
' "" '""""' esierilay
;,lM' s,""1" ,'"1 providing for the
establishment of Hoards of concilia
tion and Arbitration to handle nil
disputes between inpltal and labor
Thin bill which waH defonloil last
week by labor representatives, was I
passed yesterday by the vote of forty
j three m thirteen The labor repre
sentatives later changed theli views
III legnrd to the nutter
The House today passed hills by
Itepu'seutatlves McKarlaud mneiul-
i lllf itfillllut Mr iittunu titiil iiViiiiitmitlivn.i
"or " i"iei ttiitanto nana ah i ii ti i 1 1 1 mn
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mid raising their fee, n hill by tho
Joint Ways and Means Committee
I lalslng the salaries of the medical
assistants al the S'lletn and l'ondMlon
Hospitals anil by Iteproseutatlvn Mai
tin Im leasing the salary of lusuiniicit
( ommlssloueiH to $:i.fiil0
I Tin- Senate passed a bill fathered '
by ii delegation from Douglas County
to allow all livestock rxrt'tit swine'
mid gouts to run at large.
Tii.wi.'it VAiiit xrrri.i.s
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Ii Tliin.il. mi. I M .i I.'.l..,. V..I..I
' ,n '"" '"'"
wore married Saturday evening at the
urn wen miiivvii young peopm in nils
I at it lli I -v Ii ti flu i f-.vulilii.il in llm lion in.
v iihiiij i in i iHh n nun ii an iihi i (iraiiaii
,7ii district lhey expect to resldo lnltm, 1(u circle when he Ib oncu re-
Algiima, where Mr
Thayer Is em-
ployjed In tho saw ml
I'IFTV TllorSAXI' I'EO.
STOI'I'IMi WOIIK AXI) ALL
IMH'STUV TIED I'l. SITUATION
IS IIECIDEIILV SEIUOt'S
SEATTLE, Feb. 4. l.eadeis havo
said thill between foity nnd fifty
tliousmid men and women will walk
out In tho general strike culled horo
fin- Thin sdny
llopo Iiiih been practically abandon
ed now for a peiuoful settlonionl.
Slieet car mini, waiters, ciirpentora,
loiigshoioiuoii, llnolyplsts, prlulors,
jllnoy ilrlviTH will nil null work, Tho
unwHpupcivi with (ho inception of tho
I'.ilou Labor Daily may suspend.
CITY HOME CHANGES
Tho property hitherto owned by
Mrs. Henrietta Mollmso at K27 Wash-
Ington Slreet was ptirchaBod horo
yesterday by San, Vurnor and J, H. is
Qglo. Tho house Is n seven room
structure, Tho now owners wore
glvou Immediate possession, Tho donl
wi,H made thru tho agency of the R,
10, Smith Realty Company,
COUNCIL TO INSPECT
The city (iiunrll will mukr mi nfll
'clul Iiihh' lion of llii! iii ii n irijiiil rail-1
road lo llii! end of llic present r.ith
construction beyond Olene at an
Thin was decided upon at the
meeting IiihI night, when IiIIIh for tin1
road muHlructlim aggregating 13,. MM)
wen- presented for iami'nt An nuv
itii! of llii' cnuncllnu'ii were not fa
miliar with tlui progress lining made
on tlin road, It wan decided to gel In t
closer totii'li with the Hltuallon liy gn
I n J4 over It to llii; terminus Tin
tlntu wan not set for tlui trip, liut It
will probably do mudu In Hit! next
fiiw ilax Tlui IiikI olllclat iuspec
t Ion miih made In company with the
county oHlcliils and tho Ktrahorn rail
road committee, after the ralln hud
PROGRAM .NOW OUTLINED.
WASHINGTON, I) C Feb. 4
It In announced liy Chairman Pndget
of the IIoiihi! Naval Committee that
WIIhou'h liiHlHlaniu upon naval ox-1
' panslon hits led to tho unanimous up-
' prov.tl of a throe ycai conutructlon
KLAMATH SOLlllKK IN FUA.NTR
SlTFKItS INJl'ltlKS TO XKW
Alxm.VMEXT IX COM.ISKI.V
BARRY HURT IN i
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I.. Iiuoi llinl lilt, ..ii.i1.iv- fiinliirnii Ii n Vn
"' devastated thin contact with a
stout French pavement, tho accident
occurring whllo ho wns attempting
to boaid a rapidly moving truck.
Woiso even than this Horb says was
the fate of a carefully nourished mus
tache which was plainly dlscernablo
with the naked eye and which vvas
ueing tieasureu lor exiiiuiiiou pur-
. . .
posos. Time hns already healed
,, ,lf ma iillr.. hnwrnm- Hn
writes that lie would rather tic n
tiiimp at home than the l'uvsideiit of i
. .... . .
nl ,, ,,,, he ,. ,,c r0UIlt
led on to make all possible speed fori
lllli SHIPMENT OF
WASHINlSTON, I) C, Fob. 4.
Tho dopaiture from Franco of nlno.
ships which mo to a. rive In the U..I-
' ted States within tho not three
i ,. ...i.. ... .,.. t i i
wookh wiin Bovoiiiy si iiuuureii men
from tho Expeditionary forces In I
Fiance, Is announced by the War Do
DECENTLY DECLAIMED DISTRICT
OF LOWER LAKE WILL HE LET
OCT ON I'ASTl'lt.WH! DASIS
Dl'llINn THE COMINl.' SEASON
The mnish land owners of the
Klomnth Drainage district at a moot
ing hero yesterday decided that tho
lands of tho Lower Lake marshes
which havo boon reclaimed during
the past year and n hnlf by tho In
stallation of Uio gnto ncrasq tlui
Southern Pacific crossing of tho
Klamath Strait, will bo handled due
ng tho noxl year on u pasturago bas.
and thoy will bo leased for such
uso In units up to seven thousand
acres. After next year these jnndB
will bo sufficiently drained oft for
cultivation and other nrrangomonts
will bo mado,
lie im..i ammi u, ..u w . ,.,j to j,aXo u ,urKe nttem,nnco
who has been In Krnme for the past I Should the Improvement be ndjut
oar In tho Aviation branch of the,ed, it will cost tho property owners
military service, will ho distressed "licet, about $10,000 and the city
DOT TO START
Sewer Drainage and Lights
Wanted by Residents
Special Meeting Called fr I'riila)
Evening nl .Mills Addition Hall, nt
Willi Ii I'rnpoxeil Improvement
Will lie IMsctioM-il Hi-fore TIiom
Who Are IntereMcil.
HuHlilentH of Mills Addition aio he
j comtiiK Increasingly Inteiested '.i the
; proponed souoraRo and drainage of
I that section ai shown by their pre
I sence at the city council meetings)
and their views expressed ther-j on
this subject The deplorable present
situation was voiced at the regi.lar
meeting last evening and their de
termination to get relief at the tarli
est possible moment vvas indlcatoi.
Surveyor J. C. Cleghorn has ini'ile
an estimate for the sewerage of this
locality which aggregates t33MU).
,'lho people of Mills Addition nave
M,N , , i)k!ji meetng vj(h
Engineer Cleghorn and members of
the city council at Stills Hall at dlijht
o'clock Friday evening whereby the
project can be gone over In detail.
As this proposed Improvement v ill
affect most of the district nnd noirlv
evervone wilt be Internstpil It U I, on.
tn.iuiu. The council has Indicated
its desire to iiiirIi llm llinltm- fur.
,,ar(1 ns fas( ,1R ,)ossUlo nt, lt ls
i olthcr finallv accented or relprtirt
i .-.-... .
IIIU lll.llll.IKU 1)1 .MM1S Auuiuon is
another matter which Is ilemamling
tho attention of tho Council. This
entails uciording to tho present plan,
the installation of a toe drain which
will run up the Canal, take In all the
spring and seepage water and carry
It thru tho Strnhorn railroad dike
into the lake. It will ost $20,000
nnd is a pinpnsltion on which It is
PiXlieCtl'll lllllt tll.t lli.cllHMMtlnn C.n-.
,.., ., , . ,, , , .
ice, will co-opeialo to some extent.
Every losldont of Mills Addition is
urged to ho at the Mills Addition Hall
I Filday evening
IIETl'HNED hOLIHEU TKES
HltlDE IN K LAMA I' J'Al.l.S.
HOME WEDDING AT FIGHT
O'CLOCK. FIUENDS IMIESEXT
A ptellj home wedding ocuured
hero ln.st uigiit when .1 Wall r Waul,
who has locently ictiirno-l Imm tho
military sonlco wns united v.lth Miss
Mabel lVIolin nt the homo of tho bildo
nonr First and Main St.eets
Tho coremoiiy was oei formed hv
Jiibtico N. J, Chapmnn In Iho prosenco
of ii fow Intimate tilendi and lela
lives of tho happy coupln. Tho bible
Is a daughter of L, II. ll'.elm Mr
and Mrs. Ward expect to mike tholr
future homo in this city.
FOREST RANGER TO
LEAVE THE COUNTY
E. S. Kerby, who has been forest
ranger stationed at Odossa for tho
last seven yeais, will leave tomo, row $2,000 In Block thlrty-flvo Nichols
morning fo. Darringtonv Washington i Addition to H, Orem and for th
with his family, where ho hns ac-' construction of a bouse at the corn
copied u position with tho Forest or of Fifth and Oak StroetB to Frank
Service of a similar mtttuo. Mr. R. Morris,
Koiby states that ho rogretu in many A considerable portion of the even
ways to leave Klamath Couuty whero Ing was devoted to the allowing of
ho has mado a largo clrclo of friends. ' regular bills.
I ON STREET WORK
1'rrparatlonn for paving Crescent
avenue, from the Kloventh street ra
nal hrldKo to Canhy iitreet, Can by
from CreHcent to East Htreet, and
Kant hack again to the canal, were
continued last night when Engineer
('leghorn submitted figures of $10,-
924 for oil macadam, and $16,400
I for light standard blthulltfc. The
"Kurcs on Tenth street from Main to
Mncoin, including siuewaiics, were as
follows- oil macadam. $14,696, and
blthulltlc $24,994. The Lincoln
street proposed Improvement with
cinders from Ninth to Eleventh Is
sll'nated at $1,279.
I'KKSlliKXT AX1 TltKASUUEH
KliKCTEU YESTEUDAV. A Mi OK.
FICEH8 TO UK I.VSTALLED
I.ATK THIS .MOXTH
Mrs. Flora Emmltt will head the
local chapter of the Woman's Relief
Corps, having been elected to that
office at the regular meeting of the
order yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Jen
nie Seehorn was elected treasurer.
The following officers were elected
at a previous meeting, Mrs. Stella
Skllllngton. senior vice president,
Mrs. Ella McClllan, Junior vice presi
dent, Mrs. Iva North, conductor, Mrs.
Tansy Bradford, guard and Mrs. Min
nie L. Sergeant. Chaplain.
These officers will all be Installed
at the meeting on the third Monday
in February and at that time the ap
pointments of assistants will be
TWO VOUXGSTEK8 IX THIS CITY
WHO WILL SCOFF AT THE IDEA
OF IT BEING A HOODOO, WITH
Is thirteen an unlucky number or
is It a lucky number? This ls a ques
tion over which there has been much
discussion for a long time, but If
you put the matter up to Homer
Garich or Raymond Hilton you will
probably have an argument on hand
If you assume the negative side.
Homer and Raymond were each thir
teen years old last Saturday. In hon
or of this event Mrs. Garich gave
them u birthday party at the Garich
home on Ninth and High at which
the good things usually set forth at
such events were appreciated heartily
To cup the climax, Mrs, Hilton gave
the boys another spread In tho way
of a Sunday dinner. If this life or
that of the future holds forth any
thing more blissful in prospect than
u birthday dinner to a boy of the age
of thirteen, we have not seen It in
STORE UEING REMODELED.
Woik has now commenced on the
remodeling of the White Building
between Fifth and Sixth Streets,
wheioby tho whole of the lower floor
Is to bo arranged for the use of Tho
Woman's Store of II. N. Moe. Tho
work is oxpocted to bo finished early
PERMITS BY COUNCIL
ISSUED LAST NIGHT
Permits wero Issued last night by
tho City Council for tho construc
tion of a house costing approximately
Government Buildings at
STATE OF SIEGE IS ON
Uolshrtlk Forces Disl.ircd Masters
of Almost Wlinle of Tkralnc Ills
trlct Soviet ('ov eminent Sturtctl
at Khartum (.'la-gnu Strikers Arc
Hack at Work.
COI'K.NTAGEN Feb. 4 Most cf
the government buildings at Koenigs
burg in East Prussia have been siezed
by the Spartacans from Berlin. The
governor has declared that a state of
LONDON, Feb. 4 The Bolshevik
forces are now masters of almost the
entire .situation in Eastern Ukraine.
A soviet government Is reported to
have been established at Khartom.
PAUIS, Feb. 4. The Russian Sov
iet Government has announced to
day that lt will take all measure to
bring about an agreement with the
entente, In answering the Invitation
to Princess Island for a conference.
LONDON, Feb. 4 The situation at
tilasgow Is now much improved. The
strike In London is apparently grow
ing but the big majority of the Glas
gow strikers are now back at work.
LEAVES IOll UEKKELEY
Mis. F. I". Patrick, who has been
ill with heart trouble at her home
here for some time has recovered to
some extent and will leave tomorrow
for Berkeley, where she will spend
some time at the home of her daugh
ter Mrs Shepherd
SUGGESTED MEASl'IIE WHICH
WOL'LD DO AWAY WITH ltl
Gl'LATIOXS OF HOARD OF
EQUALIZATION OPPOSED HERE
Keenly alive to the Importance of
preventing legislation that will fur
ther deprive counties of the i emula
tion of their own affairs and plaro
It in the hands of a state commission,
the Klamath lounty comt has adopt
ed the following resolulon and trans
mitted It to eveiv county Judge In
Resolved That we enter a most
omphiitii piotust against any movo
thnt nun he mado hj the Legislature
of tho Statu ot Oiegon. seeking to
tuke fiom the County Hoard of Equal
ization, the power to legulato assess
ments and placing suih power In the
hands of a State Boaid or Commis
sion and earnestly request the mem
bers of the Legislature to vigorously
oppose iiucli legislation.
The daiige. of surh legislation can
hardly bo g.asped and tho action of
Judge Bunnell and Commissioners.
Short and Fo.dyce In taking quick
and effective action In bringing the
matter to the attention of all the
counties of tho state Is lo be com
mended hcaitlly. The edict should go
out that uover again win Iho pcoplo
of this state, hand over to a commis
sion anything that has for Its pur
pofco tho regulation of fiscal nffalrs
within tho bordors of any county in
pregon Instead of a further concen
tration of powor In Salem, the day
Is at hand when all of the power now
Invested there should be taken
away and given back Into tho hand of
officials who will ho lesponslble to
tho peoplo who nro directly Interest,
od and who havo to foot tue bills.