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OF KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
(ftij? wnina Herald
Thirteenth Year No., 3,?
H TO MIX 'I
im mi' Awm
Give Strikers Until Eight
DUE NOTICE IS SERVED
llmmiii Threatens ' '!' 'lly '
tier Ctuilnil f Frdernl (iutrriiiiiriit
nml Operate All Essential Indus.
(rrs ii Strike IIIoIn -Hlllrr
,rrle from t'iiini lU.
SKATI'I.i; Keli. 7. -Mayor Ole
IIuiimui hits hit v I'll niitlrii on Ihu
itilke Coiumlttrit Imrii Unit uiiIohh
the .ymiwiliolU- Mrlki. U called off ,
by right o'clock ton.oriow. ; will
take. Mf to olierate nil tilt) essential
MuMrlc nml plnre tli rlty under
tli control of tut Federal govern
tnrtit. 8KATTI.K. Feb. 7 -There nro no
rrpurls of any illitonlirs In tint rlty
bjr the xtrlkers during the early
hour of the strike.
All the troops which wore sent
from Camp Lewis yoslerdny arrived
anil are now stationed hero. There
U no (Irii of a break In the opposing
Union lender suy Unit they took
for I'lct. hoad of the Kinorgenry
Fleet Corporation to make the first
move, but he has maitn no sign ns
Tlirro has been no attempt lo ope
rate Ilia street inrs.
TACOMA. Feb. 7 -Tim 1'resldoiilsi
of the Street Car Mim'At'nloii and Uu
manager of the Tnroimi Itnllrond nml
I'ower Company after it conference,
declared that cars will bo run us soon
i they enn be guaranteed nmplo pro.
lection from "molt violence."
It was reported that "Faddy" Mor
rli and n half a doion others who
were nctlvo promoters of the big gen
eral strike, left In an automobile
hen the troops nrilved Inst night.
( KAN FIIANCIHCO, Feb. 7. Major
Icnernl John Morrison commanding
the Western department of the army
ont to Kentiti) hist night to Inko
dinrge of the strike situation there,
nd at Taioma.
HKATTI.K Fob. 7On ordetH fropi
Mayor Hanson, a municipal street
car inailo a trip to Dullard and re
turned without hindrance. Detec
tives accompanied the car.
H U aniioiincod that the service, Is
l' ho renewed as fast iih crows enn ho
ol'lulned. The mayor has Issued a
Proclamation guaranteeing. ubsolutV
Protection and asking iho pooplo to
So nlmiit tholr business,
Ho declared lodny, "We have flf
ccn liuiidrod polleomon unil fifteen
"uiidred soldiers from f'nti-;i l.mvlo
and win Kt.t u,0 SI,,.VCI,M f HccDKsnry
f very soldier In , Paolflc North
t to protect life and tiuslnosH prop.
y. The tini. ,M ,,omo , fl,ow 0U.
'""'sin. AimrchlstH In this
''""imimliy shall not riilo Its affairs,"
,, ". homo unions
"IVd retlirne.l I.. i. m...
7 Sonio Union
""ii, i no street
-. nii win !, rowrnwi thUovm
'" """'"""H In most lines In being
"Pernio,! ns nsuaal,
HAN FUANCIKCO. Fob, 7,-I.abor
ni8tiirl.an.es tl0 u.00 lw r0,
"o Ihroatenod to stop work on nit
;trB;rmi"""l Private HhlphulldlnB
nUTTK Mont. Fob, 7,-Tlto on-
ene unH..l. ....
d,v ' """. nun to a dollnr it
y decrease In wages. I. v W
"weetluB,, ro boh,, h.,l. '
atr!!ri?'"m ""w I'lnnnlnB tho con.
f ten, of a now two story sovon
Church "nr th0 Moth0(lt
ROBERT S. ADAMS
Tim nnwh tlml Robi.rt K. ATIiiiiim
, IlllH linen slightly llljill'eil III service
' III Friuiro has licun iiiiniMint'eil In tlin
uniiully Mutt.. Thorn U no mean of!
knowing lo wlmt extent Hie youiiK '
Holiller Ini.s Iiki-ii lnirl. Ho In known
lo Iihmi liren In tint llili-k of Hut right
lit Hie cloning Imltlti of the war. lint,
i It Wiij believed hy IiIh friends horn,
tlml lie iim'uiu'iI ultliont Injury, tin
In tint mill or J Friink AiIiiiiin of this
paints sum attilutive rir
tuii: of wedded bliss roit
I.ADV, FRIEND THAT HIS It till-:
oitkr is orii'Hi.v grasped
There In an old miylng that Ulk
H -"r"l'- iM n"" ""' "
r,,,,al" ''"'',.,. ''' the
I'liU rule may work out In
originated tlio ritmark had bolter
keeii around In the alley for the next
day or two until' tint cIoiiiIh roll away
and the public U udvlsed lo git easy
with Justice N. J. Chapman until the
... . .. . - , , , ,
' " "' ' " J"K v. worn
off. The fart U (hat a good one has
boon hung over on this official nml
he tins found to bis cost that enter
prising young ladle sometimes get
bark on their friends for Joshing re
marks with oxpcnslvo qousciitimtcos.
M'k Ada .VicCnliiia bus been a wait--)
res at the Hex Cafo for some time,
rind on orrusloiw when Justice Chap'
man sal at her table bo was wont to
offer her sound ndvlre regarding ma
tlliuonlul veiitmes nild endeavor to
plrturn for her the great happiness
which might he hers, In a little home
of her own.
Her eiicouriiKomeiil was so strong
fjlr tliltf niiil'n ,i li.tr Hurt ttttit 1... '
.... ,. ,.(,.. I ... .,. It.l ,,..., ,,,-
""' '" recklexs moment lo per
form any nuptial ceremony In which"
she was a contracting party without
cost and to foot the hill pf whatever
was ordered at the wedding repast
beside. He paid Utile thought after
ward to this conversation and what
was his surprise yesterday afternoon
(in seeing Iho young lady march In
the office accompanied by an iittrac
live young man with the anniiuuce
ineut that she had come lo accept hi
offer. Tim Justice was floored, liiu
he saw the trenls were on him and
went ahead according to form and the
knot was as firmly Hod which united
Miss Ada McCnnun and William Stin
rol an ho could possibly mako It.
Tim young coupUt expoct to mako
their homo In this city whero tlio
groom has ti good position as a band
sawyer. They huvo many friends hero
who wish thorn happiness In tholr
S. P. MUST ERECT
The public Service Commission of
Oregon after having Investigated the
danger of the crossing of tho com
pany's trucks at Main and Sixth
Streets has decided that these should
be designated as stop crossing and
that signs ijlulnly dlsrornablo by day
and by night shall bo Installed at
Honoring Miss MeCurdy, who bus
Hindu hor homo with Mr. and Mrs.
Ritfti.M Monro on South Riverside St.
for tho past olovon yours, Mrs. Monro
rntortnlnatl n numbor of hor frlonds
yesterday afternoon, Needlework and
Koclnl clmt passed away tlio very'
pIoaHunt nrtornooti after, which a do-
llglitful ropast wns servod. Tlioo
present woio, MIsb MeCurdy, and
MoficlamoR, J. F, fioollor. K, 0. Cum
tilings, I), V. Kuykondnll, F. E. An
kony, C. F. Stono, II, 8. Mdnro, E J.
Murray, Amanda Hiuuakor, E, S, Phil
lips, duo, T, Baldwin and Mrs. Davis.
, Oregon, fair In tho east nnd proba
bly rain in tlio west. Colder tonight In
tho OKStorn pnrts, Modorutu uouth
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1919
MALHEUR FOLK !
UIUII III II Mill
a mm. Ma ak b wml mm bw
Measure by Portland Repre
sentative Is Opposed
GOVERNOR IN FAVOR
reiijili. of distent Oregon Wan! V
ter for litigation llelletc Citi.cns
More Valuable to Intcii-sts of Slate
Thnti IllnU New (Jill Lob) 1st
SALEM.. Feb. 7.- Proponents of a
big Irrigation project planned for
Eastern Oregon, with Malheur lake,
lis a basis. have iiroiulsed to give!
Ihcly opposition to the bill by Itejtie.
rentatlvu McFiirland. of Portland,
proposing to give Malheur lake to the
I'n'led State govcrnmotit for n bird
receive This action was recomnnnd-!
(I'll ' UIIM'JIUJI 1VII3 U11IIIU III II in
. ...I I.. ...,.....,... W 1 1 1.. ,.., I. I.. 1.1,
, w , , loglslnturo.
That people are of more viluo ttinu
hlrda will bo the pica of the Irrlgat
loiili ts, who claim tholr project
would reclaim the Malbeiir Inkc coun
try for farms for men and women and
should fike precedence over any
gnmo and sporting project. They de
clare that the bird reserve bill woulJ !
kll, the Irilgatlon scheme.
RAI.KM, Feb. 7. A new lobbyist
has appeared at the loglslaturj, In
the person of an attractive colored
girl, editor of the Portland Advocate.
She came to Salem In the Interests
of ItcprcKontntive Coffey's bill for
bidding discrimination ngnlii'i ne
groes In theaters, restaurants, npiroj
of amusement and public gatherings.
HAI.K.M. Feb. 7. -Opposition to
the nmsolldiitlon program for itnto
boards and office has come from .1,
K. leyuoliln, president of the state
fair ho'iid. Ho declared that If the
fall hoard Is consolidated under the
agricultural department, as planned,
there will ho a deterioration In effi
ciency in the operation of the Mr.
SAI,i:M, Feb. 7. Tho bouse com
mittee on salaries lias recommended
that tho salary of supremo Judges In
Oregon be increased from $4,."UT0 to
$r,,2.',n, Tho sum originally requost-
ed was $ti,00Q.
The ways and moans committee
tentatively voted to allow the Unlvor
sltv of Oregon 1233,000 Including
$100,000 for a woman's building.
Tills latter sum Is conditional on tho
it nio amount being raised by tho iml
verrlly. SAIiKM, Fob. 7. A now fish nnd
gnmo rode for Oregon has boon Intro,
dnceil In tho houso by Dr, Karl C,
McFarlnnd, representatives from
IMiiltuomah County, It makes iiicny
nddltloiis to the protected list ot
game birds nnd somo slight changes
In the open season dates, In general
the iiifiiHtirek Is Intended to tighten
up on hunters' rights nnd afford more
proteitlon for birds and gnmo. '
NIIW CITV ATTORNKV
OPENS OFFICES II ERE.
J. II, Carnnhan, tho now rlty attor
ney has established Ills offlcos In thu
lioomls building noxt door to Horace
M, Manning. Ho Is having them fitt
ed up In first rlnss stylo nnd Is ready
to rostimo his practice, which ho gnvo
tip to outer tho army.
PEI.TS HltUl'f.'HT FOR IIOUXTV.
Pelts or two coyote from Walter
Donarl of Klamath Falls nnd ono
from ' Montgomery from Chllo-
quln hove boon prosont,(l to County
Clork C. II. DoLap. ..
MlliliS ADDITION SEWER
MEETING THIS EVENING.
Resldouts of, Mills Addition are
urged to bo present at tho mooting
ut Mills Addition JHnll thU evening
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whwii niu Bunmubu iiuu uiniiuifiu,
propositions of that district wilt" be
discussed with tho city councH .njotn
bors and tho City Engineer.
"FATHER AND SON"
Men iiininlicrH of tin: various
churches In llin city and tliolr hoy
urn all Invited to h banquet at tlio
Christian Church here next Thursday
night In obtiorvance of Father anil
Bon Week, which In heliiK filtered liy
J the V. M ('. A. thriiont the nation.
A fine litoRiaill 1m liulne nrranm-il
mill a pood time in assured all who!
HIGH SCHOOL GIVES
OPERETTA THIS EVE
The public Ibis evening will have
the opportunity of. seeing the first
stage peiformnnco of tlio Klamath
County High School of the piehci'l
year, when the "Wind Mill of Hot
glum," a clover musical oporetti In
given at the Houston Opera House.
The production Is being given for
the benefit of the Junior lied Crow.
The musical numbers are sum to be
fine and the costumes show the Bel
Kin ii pcasunts as they appear In tholr
fields at home.
HOUSK TO IIOCSK CANVASS MIIJ,
ill': maim: ijv ;mi hoads
HOOKTKHS FOK MKMIIKItSIIIPS
IX XKW ASSOCIATION
ric nRiur niu
LIIU Ulllll Mil
Preparations for a house to house Scho'- T1e boys will organize them
cnnvnss of the cltv for memborahlns i selves at an early dote. The club
for the now Good Hoads Association
hole, similar to the Itcd Cross and
other war dilVes of the past year, nrc
being made by the Membership com -
mltteo and It is expected that the I ,l10 rooms. It Is tho Idea of those be
canvass will bo commenced within a 1,lml tl10 move to provide some place
very few dnys.
The services of tho ladles who
showed themselves to bo such effi
cient worker In matter of this kind
during the war are going to bo en
listed wherevor possible and thero
Is small chance that any one will bo ,
passed up without solicitation on tills
worthy cause. Receipt books have
been printed and distributed to the
ward chairman so that each member
will get full credit for his member
DAIRY MERCHANT TO
VISIT IN OAKLAND
W. P. Sedge, postmaster and mer- J
elm t of Dairy, Is In the city today'
on 1 ! wny to Oakland, where iio will i
ti.eet hl.s brother, Morgrp whom he!
na not soon for tliirty-tiireo ytnrs.
Tho brother has been connected with
tho Peet Company of Kansas City.
... ,, , , . .
Mo., we known manufacturers of
so... for thirty years, and feeling that
ho had earned u vacutlon decided to
come to tho Pacific Coast for tho dou
ble purpose of seeing his brother nnd
tho many points of Interest of Uncle
Sam's domain. Mr, Sedge expects
to bo gone about a month, when he
will return to Dnlry to Join with his
neighbors In tho good roads move
ment which, he says, Is taking strong
hold of tho residents of the Yonna
NEW BOOKKEEPER AT
C, A. Cleveland, who has been em
ployed ns bookkeeper at' tho Reclam
ation offleo hero for several mouths
has boon advnnrd to a position of
traveling bookkeeper for tho sorvlco
and will bogln his now duties at an
early date. His plnco horo will bo
filled by Harry J. Ynrdloy, who ar
rived last evening from Dunsmulr to
undortuko his now work. Mr. Cleve
land has mado many frlonds tjoro,
who will rogrot his departure
WATER USERS DEPLORK
DEATH OF ATTORNEY.
A resolution deploring tho loss of
Albert K, Eldor who was for a long
term of years attornoy for tho Water
uBors Association tins noon passed bv
the directors of tho Klamath Irriga
tion District which has. supplanted
tho former organlintlon,
Rooms Secured at Corner of
Fifth and Main
Xeeil of riace Where Hoy, of High
School Age fan Congregate Down
Town Under I'roper Supervision,
Causes Organization lit He Korni'
til Open Soon.
! A club for the young boys of this
(city, which Ihls been planned during
! the past two weeks by a number of
fathers of tho boys and others In
I tcrestcd In their welfare. Is soon to
be n reality, according to an an
, nouueement made today, as rooms
under tho K. K. K. Store at Fifth
and Main have been sorured for this
purpo.se and tho being fitted up. It
Is probable that the Club will bo
opened the first or next week.
The following directors for the
new organization have been named.
I Rev. K. P. I.awrcnce, Dr. W. A. Leon-
ard, A. B. Epperson, I. D. Whltmore.
J, C. Johnson, J. T. McCullom and
I Professor Ueaticamp of the High
rooms aro to be fitted up with athle
tic apparatus, reading material, bill
lard nnd pool table and other games.
1 A manager will be kept in chnrge of
whero boys of a High School age and
others ran spend their spare time
down town under Influences that are
of the best.
OrtDKIt FROM WASHINGTON l. V.
stipUiAtks That ihschaihj
i:i OFITCKRS AND kxiastkh
MK.V Ml'ST CHAXGI-: CI.OTHKS
SAN FRANCISCO. Fob. 7. Dis.-
charged officers nnd enlisted men
T tttlt Itllltn 1k,Alt ti-iat ltl,.a lh.l lo.t
; ;," ""'.
forms after reaching homo are do ng
, , vlolnlon ()f Thu wns ma
.,, , an ,.,, fmm Wnsll,ton
received at tho Presidio setting forth
Just when the uniforms may nnd
may not be worn by former members
ol the military service.
Although tho enlisted man Is not
required to return his uniform for
four months aftor the ditto of his
discharge, ho Is permitted to wear it
three mouths aftor, but only upon oc
casions of ceremony. ,
This rule applies only to men who
huvo reached their homes. Discharg
ed men aro permitted to wear thel'
uniforms until they arrive homo nnrt
tho same rule applies to officers,
Tlio now order calls attention to
the fact that legislation is pending
that will penult soldlors to keep
their uniforms nnd wear them In
parados and at ceremonies, but It
ndds that If this legislation becomes
law'.lt will permit tho wearing of tho
Issue uniform only and not those
mado for enlisted men by civilian
tailors,, Tho latter may not bo worn
lpgully nftor n soldlor Is discharged.
LODGING HOUSE FIRE
SEATTLE, Fob, 6. Soven persons
wore burned to death when the Tokyo
Lodging House cnught firo today.'
Tho lower part of tho htilldliiK wns
destroyed, Eight aro missing and
fdurteen injured. Fifty othor hid-. Mr, und Mrs. Herbert E, Hanger
gors mado tliolr escape from tho cntertalnod Mr. W. O. Shrove of May
bulldlntr. ' field, California at dinner last night,
HUGGINS MAY COME
BACK TO KLAMATH
j News Iius been received here that
Professor George C. Hoggins, who
was formerly athletic Instructor at
the Klamath County High School
lieie, and who has lieen In Company
( of the Twenty-Third Machine Gun ;
lialtnllon at Camp Lee, Virginia,
hopes to get hl discharge at an early ,
date and that he Is considering com-1
Ing hack to Klamath Falls and en
gaging In business here. j
I'OWKIt IX SKTTUCMKM
IXTKKX.lTIO.VA.il ISSL'KS IS
m: okaxtkd Tin: mxk-
TKKX SMAI.Ii HKlil-IOKHHXTS
PAUIS. Feb. 7. Positive stei)3 for!
the reconciling of the differs, be- ler8 "gree lneetlnK todaX '"
C-veen the greater and lesser nations. new ter",s ,0 be lmfsei "Ion Gk
of the Peace Conference began jester. I Mf"f wl)ose tactlRS ot obstructive re,
day and are being continued today. I crimi "e reported to have
In addition to winning four addi-' rr,eaehled a cllmax " wdmer when
tlonnl places on the Commission on. ! remler Lbert threatened that Ger-
inntii- ii-mil.t k-t. . ..
tho Society of Nations. It now seemi
probablo that the lesser powers will
be granted adequate representation
Id the executive body of the society
as welt as 'the legislative sections.
Plans are now being revised to.
give the smaller powers greater voice. !
There are nineteen small belligerents
who won definite recognition and
these now have nine seats on the Com
mission for the Society of Nations,
to ten for the five, great powers. Hol
land, Roumanla, Czecho Slovakia and
Greece hold additional seats.
PARIS FEB. 7. The Supreme
War council will meet at Versailles
tomorrow to Impose on Germany
"Tho full will of the Allies" says the
Matin, because of Germany's unwill
ingness to' carry out the terms of the
armistice except under certain condi
tions. Tills Journal declares that a
change in tho attitude toward Ger-
many has been manifested by the ar
rogance of the Germans toward the
PARIS. Feb. 7. The Supreme.
Council on receiving the acceptance
of the Bolshevik government have ar
ranged to send a Joint committee
from the five great powers to meet
the Soviet's representatives
PARIS, Feb. ', Members of the
AntL-Holshevlklst council have de
clared that the United governments
of Russia which they represent, "will
not grant a truce to the Bolshovlkists
for a conference, but will continue
the struggle until the whole of Rus
sia Is secured to democracy."
LONDON, Feb. 7. M. Tchmecher
In. the Bolshevikl foreign minister
of Russia announces that the Soviet
government is willing to participate
in the Princess Islands conference,
SMALIi SUIT HEARD.
A suit In the small claims depirt
ment of tho Justice Court by .'.Irs.
Etta Moore versus Rnnco Morris I?
scheduled for this afternoon.
NEW HIGH SCHOOL
TEACHER IS HERE
Walter J. Moore who has been su
curocl to take the place of Miss Laura
Hammer on tho High School faculty,
has arrived from Eugene nnd will
commence his duties next week. Mr.
Moore will hnvo charge of tho matha
KING RAFFLED TONIGHT.
The diamond ring on which rufflo
tickets were being sold last October,
for tho benofit of the Junior Red
Cross, when tho Schools wore closed
by tho Influenza will bo raffled off
at tho ontortnlnmont at Houston's
Opora House this evening, according
to an announcement made today
ENTERTAINS AT DINNER
Price, 5 cents
ON GERMANS TO
BE FIXED TODAY
Allied Premiers Conferring
for This Purpose
Premier Kbcrt at (.'erman National
Assembly, Which Convened at
Weimar Today, Threatened That
('erniany Would Again llrcak olT
Xegotlalions With tlio Allies.
PARIS, Feb. 7. The Allied Prcm.
I "'""' "uu,u u,edR " negotiations
with the Allies.
"WEIMAR, Feb. 7. The' old order
of things In Germany is now gone for
ever and the people are determined to
rule themselves, declared Chancellor
Frelderlch when he called the Na
tional assmbly to order here today.
He said, "We will call on tho old
spirit of Weifar, we will be an em
pire of Justice and truth."
Government troops are believed to
be sufficiently strong to defeat any
attempt to interfere with the National
RERUN, Feb. 7.-The whole city
ofDuseldorf is today on a general
strike as a retaliation against the
The executive Council of the Com-
munlsts government has threatened
j to call a general strike of all Bour
geols classes If their demands arc
FFORTS OF CONGRESSMAN RAK
Id: TO GET liAXDS OF LOWER
IUKE THROWN OPEN TO HOME
STEAD ARE FUTILE
WASHINGTON, '). t. Feb. 7.---Representative
Ruker of California has
again been frustrated In an effort
to secure passage by the house of
his bill rehtoilng to the public do
main some 27 000 acres ot lands
forming part of a federal bird re
servo In Klamath county, Oregon,
arid Modoc and Siskiyou counties.
Each effort to pass the bill has met
with objection because Jt proposes
to grant prefeiontlal rights to a cer
tain group of settlers, mf-mbors of
a voluntary association. Raker con
tends they re entitled to considera
tion because of the efforts they have
put fotth In the settlement of the
Represenlatie Stafford of Wiscon
sin made a vigorous objection to the
bill when it came up a few days ago,
and it wont off the unanimous con
sent calendar, which means that It
rests In a low slate of despondency.
.MAUN WOMAN SAVS
ROADS VERY HAH.
Mrs. John Llskey is hero today
from the Mnlln district. She went
with her husband to Dairy yesterday
from Mallu and came In today. She
reports that the roads are In bad con
dition for travel at this time.
VISITORS FROM TULK IiAKF
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Dalton are in
town today from the Me Mon stock
ranch In tho Tule Lake district.