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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1919)
ffifrg JEmming Herald
OF KLAMATH, COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth YcnrNo. 3,542
S. P. RAILROAD
High Freight Tariffs Declar
eel Out of Reason
HARD FIGHT NEEDED
llcl.Uiit Uphold" View. V.'lrM
.ftnlnl i:lM"'' Corporation Hn
( iiiiiitiuiilt) Hit- Stoitil tint lin for
IlljnVlliimliil I'ollrle of
llrmlil Will Continue.
Tho fallow Iiik letter, wliltii remit
tJ in thin morning I recommended to
th attention of thou Interest) In
th mbjett ilimttHin'il. Tlm writer
brttiss up mniii Ideas that urn do
rvlnK iif cartful attention, ami Tho
Herald hope they will Im acted upon
Hut whether they are or not. this ni-
lr lll continue II Itilmrn. depend-,
Ins upon, in tin' writer no aptly puts
U. "the sovereign piiopln of this tow
inutilty" Willi their unstinted hup
port and Tlm lloruld Is r.olK to,
need ru-ry lilt of ll thin paper will (
fight on, cniilldiiul of tint ultimate.
iltKry thai mint. because of Mitch J
cooperation rouw lo crown tin ei
forti In the tnka It him assumed:
u. it Kdimr- Aneni vour urtl-rTI"
tie "Tlio 8 I ' CoiiKratulailonl nnd
I ,ii iv rnnfrntulntlonB to Klniiiulli
Fill In ImMiiK found one man fear-
Ifia fnour.li lo come out oprnly nlmut
th. wretched condition of our (?).
ri I rood. Truly. )oitrn must no n
nrc.it cournKO to no beard thu lion In
hit clcn All lhiitii yenm wo have
bn pnxliiK lop prlcei. for lowest nor-
iiccs ,nni incunwniin nut nniiiinirn
Pacific, InokliiK ilouu upon un from
In liniirnciiublii Imluhts of robbery,
bcuml hand nnd foot, and ai.illli.Kly , 1IlaI,0,,,,K,1u;;hVrS'K """ ,,1,"",",1 f"' "'''""' Th
lend- u. back to our little city of Xl nn fj "X'r huXu I We nrVt 111 ll"( "",ru " '" rwn,'- ,l
hlamoth lulu as iilncoiiipoops poo- M,v urgnuUliiir for tint promotion is planned on thu Inst day of tho nf
I'le not men to Im considered. Any- , , ,vifr ,,? our memtieis and fair, after the big street parade and
oneiiho has rh den on Iralns knows ,r lll(, ,,urllt)m. of cooperating with vU)MnK rcrcll,011cs , ,!, ,ilu vsl
Ihnl every vvdr.l you say lu tho fill- th,Malll.i men so as to prevent fur all '" "V rt-ru,lo,"os' '" ' fi
larial I true Tlutui) who pay freight tlmn any frleilon that may Interfere """' '" " ,,,,l,' ,,' ",l"8 ,l(,w" ,,,ru
know nnil feel the charges on our(?) with tlm harmonious iclntlons thai the beautiful Klamalh llasln before
IirillPIlH IIH MMIII'K If'N AII111I KUDU IIH
ironcii Mm. it simply n griinik hiilil-up we, as sheepmen, are desirous of .tee
and roliticr. Iiecauso there Is no one luu malutnlnitd between iih mid all
lo cliainpliui our rnuse. other Interests. And to that end
TIhtii iiiuy in, thnsii among us who .ivory member Is urged to lend his
piy freight miller present uxtnMInu- earnest support."
to rales, and who paid It In the days .-,.., ,.......,, ., rnll-it11iion ,
f u. . I i.t ,. ..7 .
pi waKim freighting. Thohii will vorl-
Iv Ihn ),... ll..., I .1. -
wagon fritlclitlnL' over ., .ti.ninp.,'. hum
of nevcnty miles, was Just bh cheap
tinl,1!fi,r.'.,,,'"t rallr"1"1 freighting,
.. iniiieilMii in good condition,
or If, perchimre, ll was damaged or
waylaid, we Here not ohllge.l to wall
x months nr a year to hitvn things
"Idi iilrJfnl!! " ,)."r" ""l f"rc.1"' V'
h rill C " ' '" r '""r" "' ,m,,"(
Of course, we rim lilaiuo ourselves
Inn Kreat measure for this condition
flf BfTntb.. tat .....
" ,iu,,n, n went lun Inirillv mi.
faKfil Inxliig oursnlves for now court
iou.es and exhibiting our bravery In
") IlKlit for sites. We wasted our
"rong h beating cnrn tlor ,,, t1Q
ground, with ihii-roHiilt that tho
mtlicrn Purine found tis "easy ones"
"J minimized The olIlcliilM of tho
company, -very lniulllKnt men when I
i "m lll0lr "vvn I'ockothooks,
wore keen enough to boo that so long
,.n, IKllt "1'ioiiK ouruolven, wo
ti i, '"V""''"11' '" ctimhlue to bat-
o the,,, Ir. their unjust ilemnnilH and
I'oor servi,. a n.i ...i... , . .
. ,, Willi IUIIIWH lllll
forrL''"ri:"!!MiasritK WHICH WAK
wen , today contlnuu u, add to that
Imn . h ' lh" mclnlH luivo from
i mo to timo ,,,,, UH VM u
iis were n lunvu i n.i ...i.,.
"Z n a ... " Kr,vnl ,m(m' T1,y ro,,u
them L m ''"i11"' bul wh" (,vr saw
kind "? '" 0,ir rty. moko.
"hrtrBor"!!10 Iluv" n nulot puff on
of hn ,1 "L"nilH lK,lwt," "' JWllP8
Olihns , nkH ''""""' rr,",, o"'".
slttC ?r onnvor "?0M ""nilnour
llrhi nr i ,.uuvor,l,K. ,0 r')U,1 l,y
now fr,, '"'" 'imoiiUiiKo lamp--
hesillln... - . '". ""wuii Willi
thoy roil.t.i iA Vow "wolor'"BT No,
'ervedan. i ,1,1," ,l,0,r ',rlvnt0 cur-
anS".' 'V"01' h.y .,l0,r )rlv,a "er:
yt'eit;1!! ,L" ,1-rtuj.lo ro-
(for h s''vSry,h,nK w priHpormiH
.... "'" " I'.l on run. in i H.
HIS 10 ' l IVIllllllllll
'allsiir.;..,.-: """ I(.,r "o Klnmutli
B' P. co. ,' ?,ton lr nwmmry, tho
ln'P rove n mul0 " 10 Per co.it
keenui !," ,() Hn. Ours.
v"r U i ii 1",V,,,,"r 'i1 0vor ll"'
Km ln uncnllod-fof lilMll mH,
Vntir cdltiiilal will u 11 l nit til I'll ly go
liy lliu waste banket, both In Kliim-
ulli Falls anil In tliti H I'. nmlii linn,
lilies (Iki morchiihtii mill rlty mill,
county oltlcliiU unite to IIkIiI, If those
tin not ilo their tin I v. then tint Hover-
olgll people of ill Im roii.muulty iiiiiht1
gather 'round you iih tlinlr champion
to forco tlm Inmiti, tuiil tluy will guiir-l
iiiueo that tlm h. r will not force
you nut of Imnlui'KH Ih'ciiiihii of your
I am nut for government owiuil
riillromlH. nor ilo I favor hold-up liy
i'lonim ilo not refer tint mutter to
any llltitrHtiili! Hallway ('oiiiiiiIhhIiiii
tliat'H a fiircit, created for anil liy tint
rnllroailH at tint people h expense.
Yours In Justice to All
LOCAL MAN GUILTY
ON FEDERAL CHARGE
PORTLAND, IVIi. II T. J llrln
ro of Klamnili Fulls. Inill'ieil lit
' tin1 pi-Mini Jury for illnpo.Mtig of iiiior
In Indium wan- sentenced t.i hmm'
Hi ilnyx In lee .Miilliioinnli iir.iily
Jul! iitui to pa) a flm of I.I 01 in, I
"ihtc li Judge olertoii SaM.riav.
DiUroll ci.iti.teil n plea of cuit; I I'll
I tint nun I lmin.,,,1 tint niluliiiiiu li;
J .li of tint f,iit , ,,i t wi i,i ,n. hi
, lillim linn cf tli' ll w
says puipom; or oikjam.a. 1
TION' IS NOT TO ANTAGONIZE' piopnratlnns for this mnmmoth ovonl
cattleman hit co-oii:iuTi:.'"ro K"",K '" ,, "" ,,cr" '" fu" BW",K
I mill from all InillnillouH there will
' , hit vvi-ral tliuimand of tho live ones
MKIlltll.l,, Koh. 10.--(Spuilal).
fliinl orKatilznllon of the Klam-
ath Wool tlroor'ii Annorlatlou wan
ff....0,i m 1 1. (,,tn rho.,l I.,....., I,.i
,,V0MI)K .,. ,,r,H r ,ndred
. Iiirrnv nr I'miimriiv
r ' "' '" "' t
." " wni. ,w
Kathnred for lliu imrputo of JoluliiK
u t. fm, (,, taken to luttneli
1(1 HMttoctutUin. Prenlilaiit Ilnmmonil
exirenHitd the feellni: of the meetliiK
wnen lie HitUI:
...i .... ...
I'" U3-lllr Illlll I lllinillHlluu tttTJI,
' .... ......
lilllJI'luu, 1111,1 ,l,Mlili, l,,l, ill in.ilii.ui.
lo ii tiresldent and secretary, for a
viro president and an executive com- Ulls measuro.
mltteo of five, two of which shall be ' "' w. S. Kennedy, president of
'owt'lnry and president. The tlm statu organization, also proposed
, ,, . ,, ,.,, fnr ri,, ml' "Vlrtorv nlelil
vlr'' I'renldent and oxocutlvo com." I";'1! r :.on"' "K " lr,or nlKl11
mltteo were elected lust evening. ; celebration. IIIh proposals wore
The officers of the organization, as """"I'lcd nl when tho soldiers all re-
'"' onstltuted are' Pre.sl.lent. Kit- ' ,,',l' l0,1B " 8et nsl,1 ""
Rut. . Hammond; Mre president. Dan. v.mlnB to do honor to returned mem-
Id rt. Murphy; Seciotury nnd treasu. er.
ror. C. (I. Merrill; oxoeiiilvo loin- '
...... ... ,i ....'(.....,..
lllll ll'. .,. I 1,41, IJ, i.viium , v i.iii.i'i ,
BILL FORTY HAS
IHTKII IIY HAI.HWIN
Kl'Hi: IIIIIKiATION' IS
lllll number forty-whlch was In-
trodured liy Rnnntor llaldwln provld- farewell evening Inst nlBht nt tho
liiK for Iho Irrlgittlon as well art ,-hito Pelican Hotel wlioro she htu
dralnngo of tho Lower l.ako marsh, mnilo her homo. '
lands, has heon passed by bofh Tho crowd danced nnd sanr; songs
houses; fllfinoil ' tho governor and until a Into hour nnd everyone to
la now a law. It was n question un- polls a flno timo.
dor previous eondltlni.n whether the Tho following wore present, Misses,
marsh land owners could Irrigate Rleth, Head, Doggondorfor, Wells,
tholr holdings legnlly after they had McCourt, Weeks, I.ee, Mills and Mrs,
huon drained, hut, tills unl'or hat Ilarlpw. This morning Mrs. K. H.
now been definitely niiiPwiitlsraclorlly Hall' gnvo tho dopurtlmj tonclior a
Hcttlod, - J fnrowoll bronkfnBt at tho Hotel, Miss
W. 8, Slough ropresontlng tlio Dnmpler hns inuilo a lurgo number of
Klnmnth l)i nliiago District hero miuloj frlonds during her fow months ro-
n trip to Sulom during the early part
of tjio session in behulf of this meas
I ri un innni r nr-
: COMING AUGUST
Several Thousand Live Boy
to Visit City
THREE DAY MEETING
Actlm I'l i-niiii Iiiiis for (he Blgge!
Ihcnt In llltory of Ihe City Arc
Now Under Wii) UnilMlnl foil'
icntliui lYtittirr to I to Introduce!
for VMliirn' Entrrlitliimciil.
I Tint dales of AiiKUHt 1 1 tli, I Mil ami
Kill of ttilH year arc going to lie
, memorable onen In tlio history of
JKIun.nth Fulls and Southern Orison,
for these are tint dales nut for the
I Stale Conwmllon of the II. P. O. B.
TIiIh matti'i- lias Junt been decided
i at a.l'ortluuil Conference from which
Past Exalted Uulitr L 11. Hull and
Trustee Clarcum Underwood return-
; oil laxt evening. From now on tho
of Oiukoii, who will Kuther here for
the IiIk oM'iit.
A ixttltlon will ho made to tho
""tl"T" 'clflc Company for special
r",e'' "f n f(" aml n ",lr,1 ,0 Klnm"
KnlU from nil pnrlH of the State.
Al', uffor, , ll0 lmule lu brlng
In Past United States Kxnltetl lluler,
llenjamlu Hnymond from California
for an iiildrox.s at this time.
Ktiuet dniii'liiK here and a IiIr bar
: Imcini on tho shores of the Upper i
' Klinmttli l.nke are among Ihe foa-
their doparture via Crater I.nko.
Among other matters discussed nt
the I'oittaiid meeting wns the forma
tion of a state organization for find
luir (tiiiiilnvnii'iit for soldiers lu vnrl-
nM IOwhk throunh the Btnte. Dr. II.
W. Toney 'f Me.Mlnnvlllo Introduced
l-IIIKNDS OF YOU.VO liADY WHO
I.KI'T KOU FI1ANCK THIS MOItN
INC, (JATIIKIt FOH FAIUOWKMi
lu honor of Miss Adolaldo Dnmpler,
who left this morning lo do hospital
wo.k In Franco, a number of hor '
young Indy friends gathered for n
flldonco horo as tonchor In tho High
School, who rogret to boo nor leave,
and hope to huva her buck rtHallli
OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY II, 1919
STATE HEROES MAY GO
THRU COLLEGE FREE
HAI.KM, Fob. 11- A bill lias been
Introduced by Senator Pierce which
provldos that tho Bute pay tho ex
pennoH In the Oregon colleges of the
meu who nerved In the army and
imvy In the prcsont war. A favor
able report froin the committee seems
AltltlVKH TO VISIT llltOTMKIt.
Karl Templar, a brother of Well
ItiRton Templar of the Klamath Auto
and Machine Compaffy of this city
will arrive this evening for an extend
ed visit from Antloch, California.
I.IHHAItV (Mil PUNS TO KSTAIU
I.IHII OltOKIt TO IN'CTtKAKK
HH)I) PllODt'CTION AXI IN
The regular February meeting of
the Woman's Library Club will be
held Friday afternoon at the club
At this time there will be a discus
sion of tho organization of the Unit
ed States Garden Army among the
children df Klamath Falls. The
Federal C.ovcrnment, through Frank
lln K, Lane of the Department of the
Interior has authorized the Bureau
of Education to put Into operation a
plan to establish supervised school
and home gardens in every commun
ity. The purpose Is to Increase food
production, to train our boys and
girls In thrift and Industry nnd to
extend the garden work now being
carried on by school children.
II Is the plsn of the government
to enlist evory school child In this
movement, and it is hoped the en-
tluislasm of Klamath Falls children
can be aroused.
Mr. It. It. Dunbar. City School Su
perintendent wilt bo present at this
meeting to help hi any plan.s of or
ganization of tho United States
School Cordon Army.
MAN WHO WII. I, ASSIST KI.AM-
ATH FAUMKUS TO WORK OUT
TIIKIlt PKItPl.KXINli PIIOII.
I, K.MS HAS IlKtiUN IUS TASK
Tho now County Agriculturist
Agent K. A. Thomas has arrived In
Klamnth Fulls from Berkeley and is
prepared to undertake his now duties,
which ho feels aro going to be stren
uous. Ho was met no re oy nr, ivaa
jilerly of the O. A. C. Kxtcnslon divi
sion, who is somewnnt laminar wun
the work here aud who ewnt'over
the tltuntlon with him yestorday.
In Mr, ThomaB, the county Is fort
unate in the choice of a selection, if
"previous experience Is to bo consider
ed as a fuctor one of hi? locations
being in San Luis Valley, Colorado,
where tho altltudo Is 7,600 feot and
genoral conditions similar tp those
hero. Mr. Thomas sees a big lot of
labor ahead In aiding to smooth out
Via iihaIJaHIB In AM M ITplAII WllVD I O
1'" "u'"v"" "' "." ----.
wilch have handicapped and bother.
ed tho farmers and stockmon for
many years. Ho talks practical busi
ness sonso nnd is certainly enthusias
tic ovor his work. Previous to com
ing to Klamath Falls, ho hold a lujsl
tlon at tho Federal Land Dank at
PEACE CONFEREES MAY
PARIS, Fob. 11, Teachers In
romovlng tho peace couforenco to a
notttrnl country is now a possibility,
owing to the obstructive policy of the
French press and the official!
TO BE FORMED
Sinnott Slated to Head Pub
lic Lands Committee
OF VAST IMPORTANCE
lllg liiit(l Problem's Including Hiinie
KtcaiN for Itctiinilng Koldlen.
Will Come DefArc Thin Committee.
Many Other Gains for the W'cM
WASHINGTON, I). C, Feb. 11.
(Special) While the question
whether tho Congress will be sum
moned In extra session by the presi
dent after it adjourns on March, 4th
Is still a matter of speculation hero
tho weight of opinion among the wise
ones about the Capital Is that there
will be an extra session called before
the regular st-sslon would meet In
December. Many think this, session
will be called sometime in May.
Republican success last November
will help tho Pacific Coast states
in the matter of chairmanships of im
portant committees If the present
seniority rule continues to control
the selection. This now seems likely
in the House. This means a great
deal for the West because the West,
the great undeveloped section of the
country has so few votes relatively
in tho House because of its popula
tion. Chairmen of committees like
officers ln an army wield more influ
ence than mere members or privates.
At present tho Coast hns two chair
manships on so called "mlnor" com
mittees. John Raker of California
is Chairman of Woman's Suffrage
Committee and C. C. Dill of Wash
ington of Mileage Committee. The
coming House will be Republican so
Raker will be replaced by some Re
publican Frank -Mondell of Wyo
ming Is ranking of senior Republican
member 'of that committee and so In
line for tho chairmanship. Dili was
defeated In November. However the
Const will not lose the chairmanship
it it goes to Rep. John Elston of. Cali
fornia. There will be many clear gains for
the West. Rep. John L. Nolan of
San Francisco Is ranking Republican
on Patents comittec; IUirton L.
French of Idaho of the "Committee
on Disposition Useless Executive Pa
pers" nnd Addition T. Smith of the
same stuto will probably be' chair
man of "Alcohol Liquor Traffic Com
mittee." Rep. Albert Johnson of Aber
deen Washington ranks on both Im
migration and Territories. He is
said to prefer immigration as some
very Important legislation may come
before this committee jtluring th
coming Congress. Should Rep. John
son select Immigration It would leave
Charles F. Curry of California senior
member on Territories and so probab
ly keep both chairmanships on the
Th'e Chuirmanshlp of the great
committee on Military Affairs will
probably go to Julius Knhn of Cali
fornia who It will bo remembered
for generations held up the hands of,
the Democratic administration in the
great battle for tho selective service
aw, wuen iiiiamp yiarx, ueni ana
other leading Republicans opposed
it, Hut perhaps tho greatost gain for
the Western country ir the probabil
ity .-that Congressman Nick Sinnott of
Oregon will be chalrufnu of tho Com-,
mlltee on Public Lands, a committee
Second In importanco to nemo so 'tr
as V.io Wert is concerned. The big
la:itl problems comlni before Con
gress ira reforrcd to this commutes
and thase increase every year Tin
hill for homesteads for vturnltic ml
d tor's should it cover swamp and cut
over lands as well -h mid lands might
come before this rr.mmlttee. Sinnott
tVH? uot only born nsnl raised 'n the
Went and knows it', first hand tho
.roi lies and trials oi the homestead
er but la ranked among his associates
a'c a mastei1 of land. law-second to no'
one In Congress. He has the happy
faculty of making friends Instead of
enemies out of liLs opponents on mat
ters of lcglslathc policy and Is n
sturdy defender of the Intcrcfts of
Oregon and the West.
1111,1, WOULD UKOUIKK TWO
MONTHS XOTICK lY TKACHKIW
SALKM, Feb, 10. Teachers In
Oregon who desire lo cancel a con
tract made with a school board must
do so before 60 days of the date on
which the contract becomes effec
tive, providing the senate upholds the
action taken by the house in the pas
sage of Representative Uodd's bill,
which extends the time limit' from
30 to CO days.
KKTUHNS KIIOM SAX KHAXCISC'O.
Judd Low has returned from San
Francisco where has has been taking
a course In the I'xlde batcry plant,
previous to entering this business In
WHITK MAN'S TKEPKKS I)ESTX.
ED TO PRODUCE SIGHS OF EX.
VY BY PALE FACES, WILL BE
BUILT ON RESERVATION.
That a very large number of
houses will be erected by the Indians
on Ihe Klamath Reservation during
the coming year with a part of the
big half million appropriation recent
ly made by Congress, is announced
This improvement will be under
the Supervision of Roy H. Bradley,
who has charge of construction for
the Indian Department and who has
been here for some time working
with the Indians on their new plans.
Up-to-date bungalows and houses
are to be constructed in all Instances.
It is stated that the proposed resid
ence of Joe Ball, will bo the most ex
tensive, the estimated cost of this
structure belug $5,000. Most of the
other houses will range in price from
11,500 to 13,000.
The Klamath and Modoc Indians
residing on the Reservation here are
the most progressive of anyof the
Indian tribes. Large numbers of
them engaging In the stock and lum
ber business have showed the same
business ability as their white broth,
ers with whom they come in contact.
BILL WILL PASS
AT SIX PER GENT
BALDWIN'S GOOD IIOAD MEAS
VIIE BELIEVED CERTAIN' TO
PASS LEGISLATURE WITH
AMENDMENT REDUCING LIMIT
That the new good roads bill which
l.as been recently introduced by Sena
tor Baldwin In tho State Legislature
and passed, will go through tho
House, whore it Is expected (o come
up oorly this week, with a six percent
limitation, is the beliot of E. B. Hall,
l)i03 Went of tho Klnmnth Comity
Good Roads Association, who had a
couforenco with the two legislators
on his way hack from Portland. Tho
MM wns orlglnnlly Introduced by
Senator Baldwin providing that the
road bond limitation be raised from
two per cent to ton per cent, allow
ing peoplo of the different sections,
the option of voting whatever they
might Eeo fit up to ten per cent of
the couuty valuation for road im
provement, Tho Salem representatives from
this' district who have been pushing
the matter are confident thai the
measure will pass with six per cent
ns the limit but see no hope as the
matter now stand of" Hotting it be
yond thftfiioint; '
Price, 5 cent
WAR ON CIA
TO NOLO PACTS
Would Prevent Chinese from
Baring Old Treaties
Unexpected Attitude of Japanese at
Peace Conference b Making Things
Look Kerinu Chinese Loath to
Give Out Secret Their Neighbor
It So Anxious to Keep.
WASHINGTON, D C, Feb. 11. The
attitude of Japan toward China at
tie Peace Conference is causing grive
apprehension among the other pow
er?. Japan has virtuall- threatened war
if China makes public the secret
treaties between the two countries
and fails to carry out her agreement
to make Japan the successor of Ger
many In the rights property and con
cession held by Germany at the out
break of the war, according to offi
China is releasing her bold on the
Peace Conference where her dele
gates have made an excellent Im
pression and have been seeking the
ni'pport of the United States asd Eng
land. When the Chinese delegates arriv
ed in Paris, they reported that their
copies of secret treaties had been
stolen from their baggage on coming,
thin Japan and that consequently
they could not make them public.
PARIS Feb. 11. The Committee
appointed to study further the com
plex problems raised by the Armistice
Supreme Council has postponed the
adoption of the conditions ,to be Im
posed on the Germans.
WITH KXCEITION OF FEW
STRAGGLERS, SEATTLE WORK
MEN RESUME THEIR DUTIES.
BIG .MOVE WAS FAILURE
SEATTLE, Feb. 11. The last of
thirty thousand sympathetic strikers
returned to their work here nt noon
With the exception of some long
shoremen who claim to have separate
srt'Vleuces and consider they are still
out, nearly every union man Is back
at his work.
c?t.. atom l. Ton 11 An attnmnt of
C1.A i 1 1.4-, ifM ....-..- .-
the general strike conimlttoo to have
all the unions return to worn iuboiu
er here failed. Those who were al
ready working continued at their
RUTTE. Feb. Ll, There were only
minor disturbances in connection
with tho I. W. W. and weiai wumc.
strike here today.
TACOMA, Feb. 11. Twelve men
nnd one officer lett Camp Lowls last
night for Hullo where they will Join
forces with tho units of the 4th In
fiintry now on strike duty. All are ex
pert machine gun men. Eight Mach
ine guns have also been sent to Dutte.
. v.nr. uk 1 1 aii strikers In
... . ...,. ., .!. i,ovn linen Instruct-
mo iiyuu U1DUI.-V m,i'
ed by their leaders to return to work
. . ..r.,j- roi, 11 The Allen
born anarchists I. W, W. bitwjht
from the West coast a --
to Ellis Island for Deportation. They
had a fight with the police on the im
migration bout and as the ta-T boat
left tho pier, they chanted n UnUoa
'To Hell With ADioriv-