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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1919)
(Slfg fgupitinQ Herald
0? KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth Year No. 3,544
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1919
Price, 5 .cents
W SHE ""
it aiim K
. in SERIOUS
Miner' Home Destroyed
, w. w.S ARE ACTIVE
)Un Wtm llinMiriinl lu IMtiw VP
Hirrrl Cars I- Tukrii li) OIHcrm.
Mllllnrj rmir" Am Inrrwwwl Dur-
!,. ,'Kii Mom- Mliu-r Ai(Kwril
( W'nrk Tinln)
HUTTK. Jlimt r'i'li. 13- -Chief of
Police Murphy him arrested n man
living lliw nuiiii) of Albert Hruwdy.
who n alliVd t hnvo threatened
to Wow up Him Mrtot curs If nttvtnptn
were muilf I" rmuiun service.
More men appcnruil for work till
norilng ot tin- mine, despite tho fact
iA Jilltiniil unions had endorsed
Three foreigners Imvc been nrrest
ril fur olitlructitiR thn men koIhk to
work. The mlllmry force Increased
hermlurliig the ulghr.
A Ktlck of ilyiuiniltn cilmlil un
der Hie home f C II. Nolan, n llutta
miner, lliU miimlnR. A portion of
the porch wan blown away unit n shod
Miirhy ilemroH'il No iiim ww hurt,
ltho Nolan iiiul liln wife wuro within.
Nolan In one ir the men who liuvo
continued lo work ut tho mine ilurliiK
the Mrlko I'lnneil lo tlio front door
ol hi limine wim n piipur hearing thu
figure 3-7 77 'I Intro wiiro tho nniua
as thohi funnel pinneil to tlm boily of
Frank Mlllu. tlm I V. W., who wan
lynched a enr iirii.
TACOMA IVIi 13 Hlx forolRiiolif
held a lVdural prisoners duo to
tlielr revolutionary actions nro now
awaiting deportation. Tlioy hnvo
been arrentoil ((ulutly ilurliiK tlio pant
few Iny hj tlio Hocnit tturvlco. tt
li iinilcrttmul tlml they Incltiilrt nnvor
I ll known rtutlenlii who hnvo um'il
their Influence to hrlnc uhoiit tlio re
SAN KIIANC isro. Fob. I3.--A let
rni frmn AeWnis PrMldrnt Wey
nj of the Holler Mnkom and Ship
tulldern Inlcriiiitlminl Union ImH In
lrurte.1 (ho I'lielfle ConNt boiler
tinker of whom thoro nro novornl
Ihouiiiml Htrlklim horn, to wiunm
Ihelr work mill to ohnoro nil tholr
Krwinenu with their oinployorii and
tlio Kiitermneiil Tlio iiivbhiiko ald
fiat their union enrdR would biv ri
voked If, the niemhum rofiiHod to
"boy tlinsr HiBtnii'llons. TIiIh lipplles
' nil tlio unions on tlio Count. It
ont to M .1 MaKUlip, bnslnenn
Knt of tin. holier mnkoi-H liuro.
vtsrioii ui:covi:iis i-iiom vi,v
U. K. Diiiiliur, i brotlim-.tn-law of
"t-W. A. 1.0011111 0, who eiimo horn
11 "lioit time at;,, for a vIhII from hlx
I'oino t i:uKem, ,, VT)0 Wttn U.
nic.llutuly lakim .town with tho Intlu
fl. Is now able to bu imminl Rnlu,
ELLA DEWS CHOSEN
Jvimi ,l0 i.,VIirilUjf r 0;wn
.. U" ,lm'0 ",,rlnK "' Pr,JI,t
win nr, ,vluo tho nliimul hno
w after rinlMiliiK HrlionPorarilH
thin. Vr,l'loni' vms"' lPam'' '
" of UiIh kind aro KolnK to bo
i uuLT"," ,r"k nf ,,,,rlnK '""
athP,'y """' Klln l)ow " Klnni-
Un , ? W,m ,,,IH Jusl l)0l, rtMM
'Al.l.M -ro MISHOUUI
(I, Tcirj- loft thin moraine foi
n,0,Pl1,,MlMO,, wll0,'' lo !
i. pta',LMl '' H'o -loath r his father,
' wid Tl'" m',HHU; ronvoyliig
t.rd!.a "" VVvn l0'ved hero yes.
H'1 utr u month.
FLAGS INTO CLOTHES
MUNICH. Fob, 1.1. - lliiviiflu Ih no
rliort of inulorliil for rnlldrcn'fc
Cl'ithliiK Unit thn ijovcriiiiiont Iiiih l-
tinl nn oritur confiscating tit flag
mcamirinit morn limn xo ny so incuim
no iin to UHii the mnliiriil In Ihnm i'or
II, c miiinifncturiir of children.: un
do wear. A mil linn been Issued to
I tin public In tlmiu(i) uiiiiPcvHHiiry
flJKB for. tlio Ktiiim purpoim. It In
proatiincd Unit t tin olnrri will l)o is
limltd from 111" flags before they
urfi manufactured Into rlotliliiK.
Vlir mnnuftirliiio of flag of imy
hire In fnrtilililcii.
address iikhi: tonight
Christian Hi Initio In to Iin tlm huIi
Joel of thn lecture ut IIiiiihIom'h Opera
House th U evening, by Dr. John M.
Tutt. C. H, 0. of Kansas City, Miss
ouri, who will treat upon the tloe-
trluiw of till denomination In his
add rem Thnru will bo no niliuUnlun
Everyone l Invited.
PEN BREAKS TO
EMERGENCY IIIM, PASSES HOUSE
ATTACHING IIKAVV PENALTY
FOR l-SCAPINO Oil ASSISTING
HAI.KM. Keb. 12. lIvtuiiKu It wim
reported thin there I nut been novuml
nttomptN by tlio prlxonerH to eiicapu
from thn tionltuiitlnry sliu-c thu Hen
i Hheldon bill wah Introduced ut the
reqilCBt of Wiirden StoVeiiK flxliiK
heavy pouultleH for cHcnphiR or aid
(tig oilier to I'Rcnpu, the Moiino nu
Knded tlio rules mill paused tlio bill
i today with an emnrKPiiey cliuinn!
which kIvcn u penalty not to uxceud
T'lio Hnnate pimaed a bill providing
Unit lifter thn flrNt offeiiHe no parolei
would bti Krnnleil to antoniobllo
Gin IN NEED
I'FOPI.K ,IK COMING IN IMHTKItl
THAN Qt'AHTKItH CAN IIK CON
HTIllftTKII TO. TAKK CAItK
OK Til KM
ii n a do ut timo to inilKl morn.
Iioiinph, when thn people como in to
locate imiiI thou ro out nRiiin, ho
rn u no they, cannot llud IiousIiir nf any '
kind for tlicniHolves nnd fainlllea. I
AJtho a largo nuuihur of Iiounou'
have boun put up hero durliiR tho'
pnHt twelve inoiitha, and u number of
othorti nro now In process of construc
tion, tho demand seems to bu Rrontor
than tho supply, unit It lookH very
much as tho Kl'amatli Kill la wus goiiiR
to IiiiIro out nt tho sides.
It Is Ronorutly oxpoctud, JuiIrIiik
from nil Indications, that Klamiitli
FiiIIh will have tho blRROHt Inllux of
now comer In Itu history within tho
next few months, and tho piohhIur
need of ucuommodutlonH for them la
boRlnnlnR to bo folt. Ono man who
enmn hero with IiIh family lo remain,
left yeiitorduy. snylnR ho could- dud
no placo to live.
To hay that this was a common oc-
rtirnnco would ho ovor-drawliiR the
hituatlon, ns all tho.w who hnvo ur
rlvuil bo fur Imvo boon tiikpn euro of,
but It Indlcntcs tho hip chanGo which
hue Leon wroURhl tlnco 19 J 5, nnd
tho need of looking out for tho future
IIKCOVIIMS 1'HOM OI'KItATlOX
ainudo Kern, tho nlno your old son
of Mr, unil Mrs. Hen Kern of tho
Keno district who recently undorwent
uu operation for iippondlcltls nt tho
Klamath (lenornl Hospltnl, has ro
covored sufficiently as to bo ublo to
leave the Institution,
OF NEW HOUSES,
BY NEXT FALL
Strahorn Anxious to Begin
Work at Once
BONANZA FOLKS BUSY
Itnllroml llilllilrr Heady lo Hlnrt
Early, Nrtt Month mi New Kpur of
Itiillrimil to (1iit Leaf Town, I'ro-
tlilril llli Trriim Am Mel by the
A railroad completed to D.'ilry
wlth the tirojectud npur s3en miles
"iuhcaiil to llonnnza In timii to take
e.iro of tho liuulliiR of tho comlnR
noiihoii'ii cropH next Fall U tho aim of
ltobeit i:. Strahorn, vho h build
liu: the municipal lino to Dairy for
the "'ty of Klamath. K.tlli an the that
link of bin prnjnetnl rnllioml i!e
'e.opment of tlio Knot Int-irlor Orep
cn A co-opcrntlve proposition offered
lo the llonunze ruNldents at their re
iiuent, Nome time ago by tho builder,
that If they furnished tho grade and
the tlPN. ho would lay the steel and
operate train Nervlce, ban been acted
upon with such avidity by tho en-
thiiNliiHts of the Clover 1-eaf town that
Mr Strahorn ImpeH to Ret tho project
completed thin summer. To do this
It will bo neie.iMiry for him to net to
work uh early In March ns tho wenth.
er conditions will permit.
Ho points out -that It will bo finan
cially lo his Intercut to Ret thu road
done for the crop luiutliiR, if It Is to
bo done this year. While tho prod
nits from tho t'ppur country have not
been of Mich Importance In prcvloug
years, tho irrigation whlclj Li now
KoIuk lu at many points around Hon
aiita and l.niiRoll Vnlloy nre (joins to
make a IiIr difference in tho yield
from this time on.
A larRiir crow thnn over has now
boon put at work on tho rock cuts
netir I'lnu Flat, which In tho last of
the heavy construction and on the
completion of which tho rails will
soon ho laid to Dairy, tho terminus
of tho municipal road.
FOR MRS. MASON
A mo.it enjoyable. party wns Riven
yesterday afternoon by MUs Agnes
I. ee and Mrs. Fred Mills ut tho home
of the latter for Mrs. W. II. Mason,
who cxppits to loavo soon for Port
laud. The following guests were prevent,
Mrs. W. H. Mason, Mrs. C. W. Kbor
lulu, Mrs. K. D. Johnson, Mrs. Chns.
Martin, Mrn. tl. A. Krnusc, Mrs. K, li.
Ilnll, Mrs. C, V. Stone, Mrs. Curry,
Mrs. Hoy Mooro, Mrs, K. II. Honry.
Mrs. II. N. Moo, Mrs, I.ylo Mills, Miss
Kdun Wolls, Mrs. K. li. Mngeo, Miss
Agnes I.oo nnd Mrs. Fred Mills.
Mrs. .Too Mooro, who has been
sick for some time nt her home on
West Main Street, but who hnd boon
gradually recovering, had a turn
ngnln for tho worse this morning.
MO.VVKS FOU OAUrOllXIA
C. II, McCutchnn, who guards tho
Interests of Join'? I), Ilockfollor in
Northorn California and Southern
Oregon loft this morning for South
ern points to look after tho welfare
of his distinguished employer.
divehci: SUIT I'll.KD
Alleging desortatlon by the defoud
oiit and cruol and Inhuman treatment
during their wodded lifo togothor, I Indians of cattle and other livestock,
uu action for divorce has been Instil- tho erection and furnishings of mod
11 ted by Phronla V. Moran against 0111 homes and other things that will
Everett S, Morun In tho office of the
County Clerk. Attorneys, Van Emon
and Morryman appear (or the plain-,
GENERAL RAIN THRU
. CALIFORNIA HELPS
A throntoncd drouth over a large
port of California was relieved the
lust of the week byji fine rain which
hus changed the outlook for crops
materially, according to Leslie Rog
ers, who motored thru the Fresno
dlstrlrt a few days ago. Mr. Rogers
reports that tho grain there which
was well out of the K round hut cof
fering for moisture will he greatly
YANK OKPK'tiltH K.NJOV
WII,I IIOAH llt.'NTINf;.
ItKMACKN. (Jormany. Feb. 13.
Wild boar hunting has become n iop.
ular apart among officers of the Am
erican Army of Occupation In the
hills along the Hlilne In tho region
of Itemngen. Several hunting par
ties have been held and several boars
wefe, bagged by och party. A number
ot hunting preserves aro owned by
Healthy (iermans In the vicinity of
KemnRnii nnd It wns within thctc re
servation that tho hunts have been
taken plnce by permission of the
owners. The ordinary "army rifle
was used by tho Americans In ttio
wild boar drives.
PRETTY PARTY FOR
A small but delightful party was
given yesterday afternoon by Mrs.
Marian Ilarncs at her home for Mrs,
J. II. Carnahan, who rccontly return
ed to this city with her hu.ibnnd Cap
tain Carnahan from Camp Lewis.
Those present at the affair were, Mrs.
J. H. Carnahan, Mrs. Agnes Mnstcn.j
Mrs. Flora Itayden, Mrs. Junior Dag
gett, Mrs. Goldle Houston, Mrs. Hazel
Cqok, Mrs. M. I,. Allison and Mrs.
IIASKF.T ItAIili TKA.M OF (MTV,
(illtl,S AT F.VGKNK Cl.KAXfcT UP
AfJGHF.C.ATION FROM COOS HAY
Klamath Falls girl basket ball
players nt tho University of Oregon
hnvo n team of tholr own nnd aro
out to bring glory for tholr home
town. Tho girls nro all members of
tho Phi Ueta Phi Sorority. Last
Saturday they played the girls from
the Coos nay district and cleaned '
thorn up by a score ot ono to nothing, j
Mi6s Clara Calkins mnde tho score for ,
tho Klamnth team. MIsb Kiln Dcws(
Is captain of tho team.
The line for tho game was as for
Pearl Crnlno ....F...,
Noll Warwick F...
Volina Ross -0
Marvel Skoels . .G
Louise Clausen ..C .
GOVERNMENT AGENT AND ARCH
ITECT HERE RUYING HOUSE
FURNISHINGS . AND OTHER
THINGS FOR INDIANS
Roy II, Rradloy, government archi
tect. Is In tho cltv from tho Aconev
for the purposo of purchasing housn
furnishings, harness and other equip- (
ments for some of tho Indians to tho
value of about $3,000. This money'
frs part of tho $400,000 appropriated'
last year for tl.i purchaso for tho
aid towards placing them on a self-1
supporting basts. Ho Is bolng uldod
In making his soloctlons by R, S
Spink of Spring Creok,
EQUIPMENT FOR !
Formation of New Republic
Cried in Streets
PALACE IS" FIRED UPON
King KrnliiiHtitl Wounded lir At
tempting to Flee Willi His Family
From Itiicliarest llnilic.-il HiiKsliin
ItoNlietlk leader Ik ArrcMcd by
I1KUUN, Feb. 13. A general in
surrection Ls piogrebsing turnout
Rumania, according to a dispatch
King Ferdinand was slightly Injur
ed while attempting to flee from
Duclarcst with tho royal fainfly.
The workmen blocked the road from
the palace and the family was forced
to return. 4
Workers have fired upon the palace
according to report. The rioters are
demanding tho overthrow of the dy
nasty and the formation of a repub
lic. They arc crying "Down with
HASEL. Feb. 13. Karl Radek. one
of tho Russian Bolshevik! leaders
who Is accused by the Germans of
Instigating numerous radical out
breaks in Oermnny, has been dis
covered and nrrestcd by the German
police. The dispatch declares that
the whereabouts of the man has been
a mystery for 501110 time.
FRANCIS OI,I)S GKTS
Captain F. R. Olds, Is tho wny our
old friend Francis now signs his
name since his training nt the Offi
cer's Training camp at Fort .Monroe,
Virginia. Captain Olds, who wus re
cently granted his commission in the
heavy nrtlllory following a period of
four months training, has been plac
ed on the reserve list since his re
lease and will not be dlschnrged, ac
cording to news received by his wife.
He is at present visiting friends In
the east and is expected to arrive In
Klamath Falls in about 11 week.
YOUNG MAN SUFFERS
Deputy County Clerk Charles P.
Delip suffored a peculhi accident
this morning. On II rat cutting nut
or bed he put his arnu above his
lice-J to stretch himself "nnd indulge
lu 11 yawn. To his great. surprise
something lu tho back ot his neck
.snapped and ho was uiiublo to move
with any ease for the next two hours.
le was later ublu to dress and como
down town for a doctor's examina
tion. KLAMATH CAPITALIST
BACK FROM PORTLAND
L. Jacobs returned Inst evening
from Portland whore ho hus been nt
tondiug to mutters of business for
tho past week. Whllo nway, Mr. Jac
obs biiccecded In putting a good boost
for Klamath in the Oregoninn, re
garding tho factories and busiuoss
COUNTY OFFICER LEAVES
County Commissioner Asn Fordyco
loft this morning for Medford, Ho
expects td attend to homo business
matters thoro. and, then attend tho
arguments on tho Court House Issues
being honrd boforo Judge P.'M, Cuf
kins at Jacksonville.
FORMER AGENT HACK '
H, Holund Glnlsyer,' former Couiv
ty Agriculturist Agent of Klamath
County, who resigned froiji this work
to enter' the tank servlco In tho army
has returnod to this city. Ho arrived
on the train last evening.
IJ08T0N, Feb. 13. Secretary of
Vur Hakcr warned a large audience
here that unless the league of na
tions Idea prevailed,. scientists would
Invent for another war weapons of
destruction beyond the comprehen
sion of thoso who fought in the recent
He jmld he knew of an invention
that was being perfected which would
enable men to drop electrically con
trolled bombs containing 300 pounds
of explosives upon unprotected cities
1 fiO miles distant. These Implements,
he said would kill thousand.
JIOltK I. W. W. TO GO SOON
SKATTLK, Feb. 12. The Immi
gration Commissioners has announc
ed that more alien labor agitators
and Holshevlklsls are to be deported
shortly. Between ten and fifteen
arc slated to follow their fifty broth
ers to Kills Island within a ery short
ItV QUKKIl COINCIDKNCK CHILD
RKN OF TWO OLD ORKGONIANS
I.KAVE TO CELEBRATE EIGHTY
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Obenchain and
Mr. airU Mrs. Jeff Wilson left this
morning for Central Point where
khey plan, to have a birthday surprise
on Mr. Obenchain's and Mrs. Wil
son'); mother, Mrs. Nancy Obenchain,
who will be eighty-three years old
Curiously enough on the same
train Mrs. Catherine Wright and Mrs.
L. Ktheridge left for Worden for a
birthday surprise on their father D. S.
McCullom, n pioneer of that district
who Is eighty-three years old today.
There are eight children In this vlcln--ity,
who will attend this surprise.
KAXITY OF EFFICIENCY ON PART,
OK LOCAL SHERIFF'S OFF!
CERS UEMOANED UY ONE OF
A decided laxity Is ovidoncod by
our local officers in detecting crime
which Is perpertruted under their
very noses, according to Marlon
Darnos of the Sheriff's otficehero,
who bemoans tho fact that things
are not safe oVon in the offico of the
It seems that there was a sale of
bomb cooked articles by ono of .the
Church societies hero a few days ago
and tho tomptiug art-Teles on display
lured Marlon into the placo where he
negotiated u deal for a largo nnd ap
He placed the pie in the offico
where no fear as to its safety enter
ed his mind. Imugino his dismay,
tueieforo wlen he roturneoS-to dis
cover its disappearance. All effort on
tlir part of the officials to run down
tho rascal have provod fruitless. Mar
lon Indicates that if his associates in
the offico, once picked up th.e right
scent and followed It carefully, they
would go mound In n circle and como
back to their original' places.
HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER
LEAVES WITH HUSnAND.
Dale Richards, who has recently
returned from tho military service
and w-ho has' bcon hero since last I
Saturday oxpects to return tomorrow
with his wife to Corvallis whoro ho
Is Identified with tho Oregon Agri
cultural College. Mrs. Richards, who
wns formorly Miss Sanderson, has (
oeon connoctoa wiin. tno rncuity or
thu Klamath County High School
here during the absence ot her hus
band. ' i
ID WTO HON
Germans Slow to Keep Theii4
Part of Contract
Wil-on Hajs He Will Not Hesitate to
Order Yankees to Resume HooUli
ties If Occasion Demands New
Armistice, Tenjn Are or Short
Time New Causes Inserted.
PARIS, Feb. 13. The non-execution
by Germany of the terms of the
I armistice. President Wilson Is under
stood to have declared yesterday,,
would be an Incident ot such a na
ture as to justify reopening of hos
tilities against that nation. The el
ective declared that he.would not hes
itate to order the American army to
again take up arms In that case.
On the other haadtt Is reported
that Mr. Wilson regards the resump
tion ot the hostilities as a grave even
tuality, to which he would ajreo only
on the most absolutely essential con
siderations, and not for any secondary
The supreme war council will re
new the terms ot the armistice tor
the enemy on February 17ttf for
very brief period.
The Allies are going to reserve
their right to suspend thesf at any
time if Germany falls to carry out
the new clauses. It Is expected that
the terms will provide that Germany
must cease hostilities against the
Poles, and maintain forces only with
in fixed limits.
A special commission will -draft
conditions of an armistice which will
last until the signing ot the peace
treaty. These will probably call tor
the demobilization ot the German
army and disarmament.
Germany's terms will be communl
p.iimi in r.prmanv so that the nation
al assembly, now congregated at Wei
mar, will have timo to discuss them.
Paris, Feb. 13. The United States
.. 111 ,, .... imv nf nnt less
1U manual!, au uwia w -
I than half a million men under the
J Society of Nations .according to re
liable reports, which could be usea
ELKS MEETING TONIGHT
New matters of business to be
iiroiichi mi fniiowinc the attendance
of the local delegation to the Port
land conference at tue ramuiu
the Elks club here tonight necessitate
tho attendance of every member ot
It Is declared that the local chapter
will have Its hands full from now un
til the Stato Convention is finished
horo next August.
IN SOUTHERN BANK
L. W. Mchaffey. who for a number
of years was assistant cashier of the
First State and Savings uaun.
1 who left his position here to enter
? . - ii. i.nvarnmlnt
' tho radio serweo 01 wo a"-
1 during tho war, has now taken a pos
ition as assistant cashier of the BanK
of Anlioch at Antloch, California, ac,
cording to nows received nei.
Iloth Mr. and Mrs. MeHaffey hav
f.ioH who will regret that.
mull .. ..
,thoy nro not coming back to .tms
SOLDIER AND HAttOH
IIROTHEBfl ABK HERL
noy Nelson who entered tbo avU;
tlon branch of the military wntel
from the Keno dtotrfej. ev.l ,
months ago. has returned. Klamath
Falls. Ho Is In town vWtln ol
friends with bis brother OrMt, wM
has recently come bat the'
Navy. . -