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0F KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth Year No. 3,543
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1919
Price, 5 cents
1 THE HUNS
PUni for New League of Na
tions Are Engrossing
ARMISTICE SOON OUT
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s 1 W Wfe-i
1 'E?M'iK sSSeSW&i - xVV'k
llfcVHv.;: !&. fed
KIIERT PRESIDENT .
OK GEHMANV NOW
WEIMAR, Feb, 12. - Fredcr- '
'Ich Kbort ,tho former rhuncol- '
lor, Iiuh boon tlionfii ns tho now
president of Germany. Tho
pealing of the church bells hero '
unununced tho election.
DON'T WANT RES ERVES,
TO BE HEARD
REPULSED WITH LOSS 'Atlorney. Leavc for Jack.
sonvillc This Morning
I SALEM, Pel). 12 -Malheur and
' Harney Counties huvo declared war
on tho bill to cede the Malheur Lake
, to the Federal government. It Is pro
loosed by those who forwarded this
; measure to devote this lake to a fed
eral bird rcHcrvc, but the people who
le.sldc in that district nro strongly!
In favor of devoting this territory to
i ci;iiiiiuiiuii worn, mr uiu increusr
of the people rather than th birds.
Prfwiilrnt iiml Premier. Hint IHg Job
Piling X"'" ArmMIrn Twin.
Ix-KKUV nf .Niillmit lo Act on lice-.
wmiim. Inl Ion. Kiihinltleil It) Hum
I'AUIH, r'.li 12 -Proldcnl Wl. (
iniul tin' Allied Premier and Gen
fftln arc deeply engroiued In per-1
fccljlncu plnti for the creation of the
Boflrly of Nntloiin mill nrruugliiK the
ntv arinlntiii' Iitiub for Germany.
The nntiUtirr expire on Monduy.
It U exprrtril Hint other iiubJecU will (
be (nin'cl mi to th Society of Nntloiin .
bcn the hitter U created ninl ready'
to opersli" i
The rrcoiiimi'iidiitluiiii uf the Com- rfM'iitwl AinerltiiiiUm In Ilk hlghc-l m-iim', wIium- fur-Nlghtiil mlliirs lit u
mlHlon of International. Labor login- time of iinlioiinl rriN, mi ml the Nation to Hm-H; mIhinc urejit heart win
lltlou liciulcd Jiy liDinparx will lie one
of tlit Important Niilijrrtii wblrli It In
fiptrted Hint the Society will tnke
,, rr r-rr
LONDON, Keb. 12. The Ilolshe
; lkl have launched nn Infantry attack I
Saturday against the Allied positions
near Srcdmakrrngn HOtithcitHt of
Archangel and were repulsed,
There were albo operations F-rlduy I
In which the American, llrlllsli Rilh-I
man troops improved their positions!
I north of Dndlnr) with heavy losses re
jsTiltrhg to tho IloUhevlki.
FOUR ISSUES ARE UP
KruTiil Iiitrritiil Kirrlntor.s Accom
pany CoiiiiiiIskIiiiut Klioit ami
Various Atlornojs Kcnt'liiR Ite-
(iltlFFITHS OFF I'OK
FOR A. O. A. FAVORED
SAI.KM, Kfli 12 Thn Wny and
llnm Coniiultti'e have without dU
cnl ollowcil tliu OrcKon AKrlcullurul
ColleM niiprnprlniliin of $299,100,
Mrh Is the full aniouiit nuked In the
tiurlKC t for the hiiiiIiik Iwo ynnrx.
The anion Ik tentative, hut w
probably mnml The fimdn nro In
addition to avullutde federnl fiiuda
anil niiitlniiliiR Htuit funilx.
'The Senate Conunllleii on ICdiirn
Hon linn reported fniouilily on n hill
IncreaiiliiK the per raplta apportion
fntnl ol fiiiulK In ncliool dlntrk'tK fiutn
flsht to ten dollnrfl.
W WU..IU vmniMvi jitwmn
A mall In uliose lionor every Ainei'lriin, ri'KanlleM, or politlenl purty or
rel lltlou-. citmiI, Ixiik In reterenl Iioiiimki IliU iIii). A mini hIiom- life rep-
tilK enouuli In due hi- eiiemleN u well ax liN frlemli, unci who ulll uvh
llotiii the !- tut one of Hie renl llKnrr. of liltory.
The Klamath Kallti .MIulHterlal An
Koclatlun elected officers for thu com
iiiK j car at a mcetliiK yebterday af
ternoon. The followlnB were chos
en, Rev K, I. Lawrence, First Pres
byterian Church, presldont Rev. C. P.
Trimble, Christian Church, vice-president.
Rev Blmpson Hamrlck, Metho
dist Church, secretary treasurer.
kIiih Tomorrow at
Take Tho !)),
LOOSE ICE IS WD CHAIRMEN
IIKAVV I'ltKSSl'ltl-: I'OIU'IM )UT
KOMF. OF Till: I'll.l.VO AT Till:
-HIXOIU) Kilt FKUltUAUY 1H KX.
l'Klil.i:.N T SO FAR. IIF.COIU) KOH
TKX Vi:. its AL.MOHT lUJACIIKo'
i ti:.v n.ws
A blK Ice Hoe on the I'pper Klani
nth Lake Iiuh flowed In from tho
north and donu hoiiiu ilitmiiRe to tho
PIIIiik at the Klamath MauufacturlnK
Company at BhlppliiRton. Tho lee
In In a thin rheot, hut the troiuun
iIouh pressure'tiehlijil It force-t mo-Jt
ovoryihlnB out of the wny with which
It co men In contact. Representa
tives of Hie Company Mate, that the
,. dnmnKe donu lo the piling In not serl-
Further up on the lake, on Rear
Island thu Ice enu be Menu with
k1(ikhph tilled up nlonK the Hhoro to
n height of tw'onty-flvo or thirty feet,
arcorditiK lo report.
MUX WHO Wll.l. 1IKAII THK ItIO
lltl'i: FOR MFMItKltSIIII-S TO
JOOl ROADS IIOIIV ARK KKADY
Mr. and Mrs. I). M. Orlfflth are In
town fiom Ivaglc Ridge on the Upper
Klamath Lake today, on their way
to Southern California where they
will spend a vacation visit. Mr. Orlf
flth who has been feedliiK a large
bunch of cattle reports that winter
feeding conditions have been of the
best In his vicinity.
To argue various Issues of the ,
Couit House controversy here. Ktver-i
Report of Yesterday Believ
' ed to Be Overdrawn
NO TROUBLE PROBABLE
Foreign MitiMcr Declares Thnt Japan
Has .Vi Intention of interfering;
With Wlmteier China May'Makc
at the I'e.icc- Confcrenco Rail
n.ij" (n Ht.irt In Siberia.
al attorneys, accompanied by
fi lends left for .Jacksonville
MOItK MKMIIKRS FOR i(K)l ROAD
AHSOCIATION ARK HROL'OMT IN
FIMI RKHKRVATIOX IIV KX-THUSIAHT
- One Iiuh and four-hundredtlm of
rainfall f u,r AnrtuK , ,,
lorn. Sunday and Monday, accord-
.UK to Hy.lroKnipher H. M, Humph.
J" f thu V. H, lteclnmalloii Sorvtco
!!er T'"' rainfall up 0 tliia time
.nurinR Kebiuniy wUh fourti-on bun.
""hi,, iiiukliiK tho total Mr the
"', tlW,u, ''"Jh of the month, one
nd nineteen hundredths.
KiiRlnecr Iluiiiphroy deelaros that
'0Men,Ko n.luf.,11 ,,' for Kliru-
"y for tin, pgl ,,m y,mrH llB(Mll,on
n. a inmilerlnchei., so that, in-
.1. '".''""' "f ",0 mo,,t" H "
'. e rt "' "lu "v,,r" w u ""
ear 'r-,'" ,,Vor,,M '" tho first
J ," "' w,,,,r u f'"- Holow norm.
fall 1 10 '""'"""-o thlH winter h.m
""ICII IlllllOwl ....!....
, " "iy on unfrozen
Moat of tlie ehnlrmon of tho differ
ent products ao secured their mem
bership books and aro now prepared
to launch tho big house (o bouso can
vass for memberships for tho now
Klamath County flood RoniU Associa
tion, nccordliiK to Frod Oarlch, wm.
has rbarKo of this work. Mr. Oar
lch announces thnt tho drive will be
conducted on the snmo plan as thq
various war drives of tho past few
mouths and that with tho nominal
feo for membership which Is, nuked,
there Is ovcry roason to bcllcvo that
a Ini'Ro per cent of the residents of
tho city will bo brought Into tho or.
gauUatlnn, If any nro not members
after th,n eanvnus is made It will not
be because they linvo not boon solicit
ed. Thu following are tho Chairmen of
tho vailoiiH products, Andrew M, Col
lier, precinct one: Fred Houston,
piecluet two, K, L, Klliott, precinct
three; W. T. Leo, product four; F.
M. (larlcli, precinct flvo! n, 1 Lewis,
precinct hIx; J. J. Stnlger precinct seven-
Jack Furbor, precinct eight ;L. A
lti: CliliKI CI "OX iioe, precinct nino;
mm uarry suiih, prociuci ton, inese
ehalrmnn will havo a numbor of ns
HlstaiitM In the work.
Rob Spluk, "tho minute man" is
still at It. Nino more members is
thu last toll and more coming. If
theio was halt a dozen like him lu
Klamath county, the membership of
the Oood Roads Association would
soon bo close to tho 100 per cent
mark, and It will not be far from
that in his neck of tho woods at tho
rate ho la going. Rut the uholo Job
should not bo loft to Spink. There
aro otnor residents in tho Fnit Klam
ath and Reservation section of tho
county who should tnke Just as kcon
an Interest In this work and lend n(
itio.-rlng and will coinn.ciue argu
ments before Judge F. M. Calkins at '
;en o'clock tomorrow.
In the forty one thousand dollar
suit by the County Court to recover
money declared illegally Issued for
the construction of the Court house
op Rlock Thirty Five, the plain
tiffs demurrer to the defendant's
answer will be heard.
In tile case of Ward and Loomls
versus the County -Court, the defen
dent's demurrer against the plain
tiff's complaint will bo heard. The
defendents demurrer against the
plaintiff's ""complaint will also be
heard In the case of Loomls versus
tho County Court.
In the case of John Kootz against
the County Court, tho plaintiff's mo
tion to strike against the defendents
answer, will bo heard.
Prosecuting attorney, William M.
Dunran, Assistant Prosecuting Attor
ney. Wilson S, Wiley, Attorneys K. L.
Klliott and Fred Mills. County Com
missioner Rurrell Short, Mrs. Short,
Percy Evans, and Alox Davis were
among those who loft on the train. It
Is believed that it will take about
two days to hear tho arguments.
The main Issues of this lengthy
controversy are not lo be heard at
WARDKX flAD IJKKX LAIIOIUXCI
UXIIKK KItltOlt AND I'KRMIT
TIXG FISHIXG OX FORHIDDKN
Thnt those who have been fishing
recently at Spencer Creek, Klamath
River, Seven Mile Creek and other
points, which have heretofore been
opened at this time of the year, have
been doing so In violation of the
law, is the announcement made to
day by Game Warden Henry Stout,
who has Just received the news from
State Game Warden Call D. Shoe
TOKIO. Feb. 12. Kljuro Shldc
hara and Vice foreign minister of,
Japan 'declared Ina statement here
today that Japanese had merely call
ed "ChinaCs attention to the estab
lished proceedure, according to which
neither government has a right to
publish confidential correspondence
without previously consulting the
other." He further said that "Japan
has no Intention of Interfering with
any of tho demands or contentions
w-hieh China refers to the present
-WASHINGTON. D. C Feb. 12.
The fnltd States has formally ac
cepted Japan's proposal regarding
the plans for the restoration of the
railway traffic In Siberia.
LONDON. Feb. 12. Baron Nob
auki Makimo, head of the Japanese
delegation at the Peace Conference
i has been Instructed to disclose all
Mr. Stout was under the Impression I tlle P"''""" treaties between Japan
that the above Places were now onen and China, according to a Reuter
i.elpmg hand to Mr. Spink and hcojHUGE TASK FOR
I'H'IWTINU IS RKSrSIICR TODAV.
TO DISPKRSi: CROWDS. ARIZ
OXA MINIMIS OUT
MUTTI'J, Keb. 12. Picket actlvlt)
hy tho iitrlkoi'H was lemniied hor.o to
day nftur Inactivity yesturday. Organ
Izctd bodies of pickets tried to ronch
tho minus but woro dlspereod by tho
.HoldloiH wero called upon to help
In two Instances whoro crowds gnlli-
Brnun i . ' "" "iniiituii
L I?- """p l,ns b "'" v1 m-0(l'
inning off ,,t() ,)Q sfri)lllllH .. ,,, Thoio wciro only threo nrroslH mndo
(. i . . . i
for Interfering with tho men going to
work. A fow mora of tho men wuiit
to work today,
oi l Imuran,.,,. f()1. C0l,nicl wo,
twt or are .oallzed tho chntires for
bctlo ii n, , f"n,,crw w" b0 el
RUTTK, Feb, 12, Dologaloii ro-
prcHuiitlng varlou.s crafts connected
with copper mining at a rocont con-
jff, . . i "iiixc.imo 111 Oil Will., lorciiro III waHlllllgloii nuvu muim-
idnv i. If1"08' from I'oilland Run. lnnusly rocoiumondod thnt ovory until
""i loit for iiini ... .... i.... ,. l t
KE P PROMISES
AI.I.IKD (.'OVKRXMKXTS HKND
TIIRKATKXIXG XOTI TO KHZ
IIKRGKR IT)H FAILURK TO
COMI'LV WITH ARMIST1CK
V li in..
. iierttrin ul.... . ,..
,u,i for that point thh miniilng. ' roturn to work,
' '7"u ''uto today,
.JKUOIK, Arlzonii, Fob. 12.
Scores of minors uro louvlni; hero us
If they cannot best his record of a
man a minute. Klamath neods men
of tho Sptnk spirit and the Herald Is
hopeful that they will step Into the
limelight, that tho people of tho roun-
ty may gnzo upon thorn with nn ap
Here Is Mr. Spink's last report
and let us add that the trout which
ho so generously remomberod us with
was appreciated. It wa.s one of the
finest wo over had and It more firmly
convinced us that tho opportunity
for overyono to get blmllar ones
should not he locked up by poor
roads. Spring Creek, Williamson Riv
er, Wood river tho whole nottli
country should be opened up to tho
people of tho world three hundred
and sixty-five, days In tho year, by the
construction of good roads.
Editor Horald Hero wo uro! Nino
good road subscribers uro herewith
lurnisncti you, all paid:
1 Chas. S. Hood, Klamath Agency,
2 George Gray, Klamath Agency.
3 F. L. Carlson, Klamath Agency
4 K. I). Long, Klamath Agency,
5 C. C. Drophy, Klamath Ageney
G Dr. Hullman, Klamath Agency
7 F. L. Hums, Fort Klamath.
8 W. T. Norrls, Fort Klamath.
9 B. A. Page. Fort Klamath.
Had I tho tlmo to dovoto to It I bo-
Hove I could got tho membership tflilld
nf the Fort Klamuth district, and a
great numbor of Indians. However.
I shall do all I can at such times ns
I can. -
Thore is ono follow from tho Fort
district thnt rofttsod for tle present,
I shall try him again; if ho still ro
fusos I shall give his name as a
I also furnish you ono of our rm.
rosontatlves of Snrlnir Creek in tho
Bhapo of a six-pound trout. Tho Ash
ing is lino.
Vours for good roads,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 12
Secretary o f War Raker has an
nounced tho appointment of the
"I nlted Stntcs Liquidation Commis
si n of tho Wa.- Dcfaitmi'iit" It
will bo tho huslnnss of this body to
!iuuldnte tho bu.tne.n and flnancl.U
nfiulrp of tho Amurlcnn Ainw !n Ung
luin and Franco. L'dwln II. Parker
o.' Houston, Texan, has been sohcted
for fishing purposes and had been
permitting this practice. His letter
from the Portland office of the State
Fish and Game Commission is gien
"In reply to your letter of tho 7th
Instant. In reference to closing Spen
cer Creek to fishing, will say that
when this creekwas closed by the
Hoard of Fish and Game Commission
ers in 191S, tho closing' order was
made to read closed until such time
as suld stream is reopened to fish
ing by order of the Board.
"This being the case, it will not
dispatch from Tokio.
MOVE TO CONSERVE
CITY WATER SUPPLIES
SALEM Keb. 12. Hecause the
sale of hnds that form the watershed
supplying water to Corvallis, Dallas,
and Oregon City threate.n to destroy
this supply, a joint memorial has
been lutioduced into the Legislature
ronnlrn nnnthor clnstn.? nrdor hv ,, I asking that Congress urge the pas-
Board, the stream in question being sage of the bill to withdraw the lands
now closed until such time as tho J from sale
Board sees fit to reopen It to fishing. 'm
"Tho same order applies to the
Klamath River, Seven Mile Creek
and portions of Four Mile Lake and I
Four Mile Creek. All these waters
are closed until such time ns the
Board reopens them."
OUIS CSBTS D1SCHARGK
KLAMATH OFFICKIt DISCHARGKD
FROM TIIK 5IIL1TAHV SKRVICK.
COPKNHAOKN, Fob, 12 England
mid Franco huvo both sent notes to
Presidont Kizborgor of tho Armis
tice Commission, douling with tho
failure uf Germany to dollvor tho lo- tueso membors show the right
coinotlvcH and agricultural machinery BPMt. Thoy are men who want to
us iigroud, Tho, notos are reported oo Klamath grow, and are willing to
to virtually constltut'o a throat to that Join bunds with tholr follow citizens
government, A similar note la ox-, in u work that Bhould have tho uuan-
n rosult of troubloa following n wugo( ported to bo sent by the United Impus co-oporatlon of tho cltlzonry
cut by the copper companion. Status, ' jot tho county, ' ,,
Guard Van Riper, who returned
Inst night with Mrs. Van Riper and
II. R, Dunlap from Southern Cali
fornia, reports that Sergeant Major
Garrett Vun Rlpor lias received his
dlschaigo and is now with Ills wife
SILVKi; TKA TOMORROW.
Tho Woman's Foreign Missionary
society of tho Methodist Church is
to give a Silver tea at tho homo of
Mrs, C. V. Fisher. M2 Eighth St. on
Thursday nt 2.30 P. M, All membors
uro urged to bo presortt with their
Word has been received heio that
F, R. Olds, who has been In tho ar
tillery service and who has been sta
tioned at Camp Lee, Virginia, has
now received his discharge. He will
visit relatives In tlys east before re
HACK FROM CALIFORNIA
Mr. mid Mrs, John Jonos who haxo
bocn visiting In Sun Luis Obispo,
California for tho past month havo
returned to Klamath County. Thoy
rcsldo in tho Dairy district.
AUTO I'AIXTIXCJ SHOP OPENED.
J W. Lnno has oponed up nn auto
painting and sign pnintlns ostiib'Jel:
ment In frame building at tin corn
er of nth unit Main StrcoUi,
AFTER BEING DISMISSED FROM
SCHOOL OX ACCOUNT OK FACE
DECORATIONS, TIIKV PARADE
STREET WITH SIGN
MAX WHO HAS HAD MICH EX
PERIEXCi: IX DEALING WITH
VOt'XG IIOVS TO UK IX CHARGE
OF NEW ROOMS HERE
A group of nbout twenty High
Srhool bojs recognized Lincoln's
birthday this morning by appearing
ut school with tholr faces decorated
In various shades of red paint, woro
summarily dismissed by Principal C. ' will bo
L S Robbing who has recently
Jiarrlied fiom Portland, is to havo
charge of the new Klamath Falls Ath
letic Club, which Is now being fitted
up in the loom beneath the K, K, K.
Storo at the Coiner uf Fifth and
Mr Robbliib has been associated
with tho Juonllo Court with Judge
lieu Lindbey and has bud other work
with joum; bojs which 1ms fitted
1,1m for this particular work. On
pool tablo has already been secured
and is belu; set up In tho new quart
or, tthoio there will bo all sorts of
games and athletic appurtus for the
boys who have time to spare-fo these
things. It Is expcctoil that tho rooms
opened in a few days. uv. .
1 . nkli
n unu'inm, uiti. iim Dfii.miiiTn ot.ntli f.uivrnnrA has been Dttmea VJi
w f "! V HIIVIIIIUU 111(11 Mt"v w
thoy came' there for work and not .man of tho Board of Directors, ur,
for celebration purposes, W. A Leonard, vice Chairman ana a,
The boys then lined up In fiont of
Sugarman's storo, stood guard In
front of tho door for n time, and then
got a sign to tho offoct that they and
Sugarman wore, celabratlug Lincoln's
birthday, with which thy paraded
n ' vimmuin. secretary-treasurer.
A general request has beon- roado
that anyone who has games or atn
totie apparatus suitable for these
rooum they are willing to !", over
to tho Club, notify some one ol