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Wjt Iguimittg Herald
vi AMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth Year No. 3,551
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, J919
Price, 5 cent
(0 KIT BACK
Expect to Leave Again
France March 5th
WILL ARRIVE MONDAY
Utf vl I'l-clilait t Hmnr Will Ho
Very Miort Will Mnko AiiilrtM t
Itottuit Mombi). '"l I '" Jo nl
' M'aihuuslon Tnr.lrt) Cliniijce l
Mle lit I'mtvo).
WASHINGTON. I) C, I'fh. 21.
Stfrctary Dniilt'la nuiiminrrd thnt tho
liml-lcnt wimlil I'liibiirk HKiiln on
the Oconto WaxhiiiRton nbout March
Sih for lila return to Europe. Tho
fint aJilrt-rtn of the President follow.
Inf hit arrival mi tlio homo. hoII In
to be tlcllmnl Monday iiflornoon nt
IlMton, nrrnrdliiK tu till announce
ment made today
It l expected Hut lut will be nt hi
dnk at tlio Capital on TiiMilny.
Thf bnlllolilp North Carolina, r.
lornlait from France with troops hnn
-Jolnel the transport (ioorRo Wiuh
tauten, ri'pl.K'liiK tho lutttlonhlp Now
Mexico, which dropped behind with
President Wllnoii Iiiiji boon hiking
much needed rent during his rut urn
trip nrroiiit tlio Atlantic, on (ho or
dm of hi pli.vi-itu, I flu ilitm until
Mi iwoml trip which will bo nhortor
thin was cipi'ctcil will bo crowded (o
WASHINtlTON I). C, I-Vb." 21.
To I'rnlileiit Plnim to upend Juillmo
fcniy rck hern Imforo tmlllng for
France agiln ll plans to lenvo
WaihlngKm nittiln the night of March
1th after IkhIiik tlio laiit of tho
raeawai which nro IicIiik rushed
thru CoiutrciH Tho rongroMlonnl
Mjiloa will end nt noon on that dat.
The (enlnlUn plans for n confer
ence, between the president nnd tho
8tate governor on tho unemployment
mutton muy bo Interfered with.
WARIIINOTON. I). 0.. Fob. 21.
fcnalor Hlinriiinn, ropnbllcnn ffom
Illinois tmrt intruduroil a resolution
deilgned to prevent tho President
from dbciikhiiK publicly, tho propos.
et LetRiio of Nations until ho hnB
rammunlrnti'd tho dutnllt of .the plan
Tho Foreign relations coniuilttca
Wlrc this policy to be unwlto un.
Plomatlc nud nilculutod to iromo(o
, rn "ctfcn tlio novcrnmonfs
lo tronty mililiiK powers,
Senator Ihirnti giKnln nttneked tho
, "" fif'TrhiK lo It im n moHt rnd
'"I Ucparturo ft out oilr pollclon thnt
ever been roimldood. , '
BWWH.V FIIOM HIT.V.VV 8)UTII.
B. M. Cliliroto, who tins boon In
, rthcr fHllfoiiiln for sovornl wooka
n i a tirn(l visit, (olurnad last
J'l lb 1.1s family. Thoy report
Ine tlim, i,llt Iiro vory g,nd f go
; 1 lum,,tl' Willi. Wlillo away
KiL i"""'1 w,,h n "" of old
m l ""8 r,,0,,d, Inrludlng Mr.
Mr f. '' 8,nwnrt ot Hollywood,
r a, MH Ml(on
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' on.M f"" M,H' w- J' orta, A
w, 'l-Wiit Lour n0l,chi
A,IVW IIIOM CAM!' I1KWIH.
horh0v,ihnn1,,l,a Frank Fu,,on'
Ice . i, " '" lnn m,lltarJr "rv.
J ilnre ourly , ln wnr wh()
" wut .os, of tholr tlmo nt
Ithi .. ep' V,r,!ln,n' rn"l iMt!
h,e, "'ln '"I''CwlB, whore thoy
JiiMrwelvci tholr dUchnrge.
W,,,mVI:k AITIJ.l WBIIAa-MIN
Tht Mis. I. v ....... .
UndAru...... ' ' ."""" ""icnins wno
'aorwent a critical operation yes- j '"troducod, It was stntod, probably In
y at tin, Klamath Oonni-ni nn..tha vory noar futuro. Tho repeal of
uaa'rnlliuc mcoiy nd Is resting the
I, ,n """' h could be oxpoctod,
1 Sod nows recolvod,
FROM LONG TRIP
- Much of tlio weather this winter In
tho mlddln wmilrrn state wan very
lllllllorillo thin season mid thurn him
i boon romimrntlvt'ly llttlo snow wjili'
(ho exception of tlio lunt IiIk blizzard
'.which tied up Hourly nil trnfflc, nc. '
cording to I,. F Ooi.rtsun, n well
known farmer or Ilia Hlulul brldRo
district, who tin Just returned from ,
u lx wceka visit In Moiitnnn, Minuet
polls, Kitnuhn mid other states. Mr.
(Icertson reports tlint hiMlntiiH con
ditions generally In the polnl that
hn I lilted. Wr eiioil. I
YOUNO C'AITAI.V ,V.lllKI) (OX.
CJKKHHIONAY MICOAL OF IIONOIt
FOU (JAl.LAXTItV IX ACTION.
(INK OF FOIITV IHHUKII
Cuptnln K. C. Allworth, u rclntlvo
of Mm. J. II. Wine of Kort Klninnth,
him boon awarded tho coiiKroHnloiuil
iiifiUI of honor, tho hlRhoiit honor
which can b bontowod by tho Kovorn-'
ment. for conaplcuoua callunlry In
Forty-four of those mednln havo
boon awarded In tb
io ureat wnr. Thoy
by General 'l,ornh-'l""no
Iiir, Kralitcd by n special net of con
reas, and rank with tho Victoria
CroiM of Orciit Hrltalii.
Captain Allworth Is a son of Mr
...! . .11 ... . .. l. r ... 1
'Captain Kdward Allworth, Craw
ford, Washington, COth Infantry
iiwatn tho canal of tho Mouse to lead
tho advance when nrtlllory had do-
Rjroycdjhn lirldRo while tho company
was crossing under his personal lead
ornhlp, Tho enemy was thrown hack
nut of machine Run nest, and 100
prisoners taken by Allworth's hand
ful of troops, paving (ho way for a
. IS CALLED OFF,
WAYS AND MKANS COM.MITTIOE
DKCIDES THAT KATK OF
.U flin.. Aiiwnnn in Liarii ouniy.; tko aUUute T)l0 Bnmo ,ru0 of
WaahliiRton. Mo Is a gradual of tho Ul0 8j1C0imcll, i-rcsld'cnt Hammond
OroRon ARrlculturnl CoIIoro. and of tlio Wool Cirowers Assoclntlon stat.
shortly uftnr Rraduatlon In 1916. ha c, n0 was confident there would bo
en to rod an onicors training camp mill no difficulty nbout nrrniiRlnR an un
was Riven his rninmlsslon. 'ilenttnndlnR with tho sheepmen that
Captain Allworth's citation reads: would prove satisfactory to nil sides.
I or Indirectly Interested In the per
TKIIKHT WOULD UK TOO LOW mnnotit settlement of this matter will
TO ATTIUIT CAI'ITAL - I 'irC!lt'"t'
WASHINGTON, D. C Fob. 21.
Thuro will bo no fifth Liberty loan,
or Victory loan, im it was lo havo
hoou tormod under an ngrcomqnt1
tentatively reached by tho houso ways'
and means commlttoo, In conference'
with Bocrotary of thu Treasury Qlass. I
Instoad n series of short torm notes
wjii uo ishuoii, mm upon inosu con
gress wll HoCtho rnto of Interest.
Under tho oxlstlng' Liberty loan
legislation tho secretary of (ho treas
ury could nuthorlzo a $5,000,000,000
loan, but. tho Interest rato would hnvo
to bo tho Hiimo as that carried by tho
fourth loan, it was stated. Tho rato1 Tho strange disappearance of one
4Vi por cent) undor tho condition '. W. Morris, who loft horo December
thnt would provnll at tho tlmo w 16th for Ilastrop Toxaa und who fall
loan was to hnvo boon floated, would ed (o roach hla destination, Is a, my.
bo insufficient In tho opinion of mom-, tory that Is worrying his friend, at
bors of tho commlttoo nud roproson. that pont and one which Agent Tut.
tatlre. of (ho treasury department. o of tho Southern I'aclfo Company
H watt deemed .""Sir.
cumsunces. to moot tho nation s ob- n TxnB( but Mm Q
llRotlons by a sorles of short torm ghow I(p wth , Som0i0no wroto ,0
notes, and a tentative agreement to (ho Texafl rol8tve8 of Meng 8 aeath
this offoct wns reached. AaubBtltuta . f . h M .
moasuro already Is being workod out )ntalB about th,B tm0( but tno namo
by tho commlttoo (o provide for tho of thft l)apor and thoj,lace jt was Is
floating of those notes, and It will !iflU0(j hag not been learned.
nudiorlzut'lon of n $5,000,000,000
bona issued in (no existing legislation
HERE AT HOME
Big Operators Realize That
Something Must Be Done
TENSION IS RELIEVED
rronhlrnt of Wool (Jronrra AhocU
lion KnN AilJusUnrnt Muni lie (Jive
nnd Tnkr l'ropo.ltlon, Ilut Thar
Hlitrliinili Ant 'lllltiir .t fZfi llMlf
Wi In the Matter.
The (elision In thu ranks or the
Htockincn which has been at the
breakliiK point for tho past ten dnya
Is entirely iuUhIiik today and It Is.
beliiK followed by n period of silence
o'liinlly as teiiNo, Neither side Is
bIiowIiik bltterneKH, both rccoRnlilliK
tho fnrt that this In a period of crls
Ih nl"' rcjllilng thut there Is no vie-
lry '!' ,,,c "" ,U'" V"! 'i",1"0
nlr. No mnttor what the IcKlalnture
mny d0 ,he MOckmen aro Roing (o
settle it uiuoiir themselves so as to
"rover remove (he frlcdon (hat hag
I '"!Cn l,,Mcn for ""etlme. There are
WH0 c'll'm ,hnl ,n's ' Imposa-
I ion-, mil HiiionK uo uircr mine uwn-
ors this Idea does not prevail. They
1 rcnllzv thnt .tomethlni; must be done
i to brlnt; about n permanent adjust
ment nnd seem to bo In a rIvo and
"I realize, said Mr. linmmond. in a
conversation over tho phono from
Men III, 'It will nave to be a rIvo and
tnko proposition nnd all sides cannot
bo fully satisfied. If thoy could bo
thU Question would not havo como up
nt tho time. Tho sheepmen, howovcr
nro not disposed to be stubborn nbout
this thing and aro ready to go Into
in ronforonco with the cattlemen and
meet thorn half way. Of course,
some on both sides will havo to swal
low some disappointment but after
n definite agreomonl Li roiched, this
j dlmippolntmont will disappear nnd
everyoui) will be glad tho range ques
tion Is disposed of for nil tlmo."
A meeting of tho thoopmen and
nil those Interested In the question
has been called for next Monday
nlRht. It will be held, In the opera
Iioum) In Merrill, nnd it Ls earnestly
leqircsicu ovoryono wno is directly
MAN uoj-'ttHT TICKKT FOKTKXAB
TOWN MIDDLK OF UKCF.MUKK
HUT FAILKI TO AltKIVK. UK-
LIKVKI) 1)KAD. x
Anyono who can furnish Informs-
tlon regarding Mr, Morris, what bus-
inoas he was in here, and other facta
regarding htm will confer a favor by
commuulcatlng with Mr, Tuttle.
OFFICER HERE ON .
WAY TO SIBERIA
Lieutenant Kenneth Htowart, who
Inn had charge of a Suntennncb Divl.
Blon In the QunrtcrrnnnteM dnnrt-
ment of tho army for tho pnt ncvornl
nonthfl, dtatloned nt CIiIciiko Ims tie
tlvod hero for a nhort MhII with hl.i
plater, Mina Molly Stewart, principal
oi mo uivcraiao achool on his w.iy
hi Rlberla, where ho will have n uliiil
Lieutenant Htowart Id a well known
Klnmath Fall boy and a graduate of
the Klamath County niuh School of
the ClaM of 1914, He In bclr.it wel
comed by a number of hla nil frliidn.
lUFFKItKXT MFMIIKKHIIII'S AT
DIFFKItKXT PltlCKK CAM
1M1GN FOn MKMHKUHHIF WILL
UK STATK WIUK
POHTLAND, Feb. 21. Plans have
boon completed for an extensive cam
paign for members by tho Oregon
8tato Chamber of Commerce, and tho
drive, to bo conducted In every part
of the state, will be started Immedi
ately, according to John L. Ethorldgo,
chairman of tho membership com
The annual fee for the commercial
membership Is $10 for each 100
members of a local club, plus $10 for
each additional 100 members or ma
jor traction, the maximum fee not to
exceed $50. The holder Is entitled to
one vote for each $10 fee, (ho number
of votes for any one commercial or
Riinlzntion not to exceed five. Tho
annual fee for the "association"
mombcrshlp Is $20. This entitles the
association to two votes. The annual
fee for individual membership has
been put at a minimum of $5.
1 ho purpose of the chamber Is to
encourage tho development of the
natural resources of tho state of Ore
gon and of trade and commercial In
tercourse) between tho different paits
ot tho stato and between this Btato
and contiguous torritory, and also
with foreign countries, and to oncour
ago co-operation between the various
chambers ot commerce, industrial,
agricultural and other organizations
thruout tho stato, and genorally to
A number of men hnvo nlready
joined this new organization from
Klamath County, realizing the sad
need ot co-operation with tho rest ot
the stato for general development. It
is cxpoctcd that a largo number ot
local names will be added to-tho list
in tho near future.
Tho following men havo beer nam
ed on tho Klamath County Member
Klamath Falls, Walter C. Van
Emon; Fort Klnmath, J. II. Wiso;
Merrill, W. C. Dunning. Fred Fleet,
Klamath Falls, county chairman.
MOVIE THEATRE WIUOI HAS
UEEN CLOSED SINCE EARLY
LAST FALL WILL REOPEN
DOORS FIRST OF MARCH
Thut the Orpheus Theatre In the
Worden Building will be reopened to
the public on the first ot March Is
the announcement mado today by
L. D. Parks who Mated that ho had
mado arrangements for securing his
license end that be was now engag
ed in making Borne changes In the
building, D. P. Parks, a brother of
the manager will, operate the mach
He la Installing two new machines
and putting In an electric piano. T.he
Orpheua has been closed alnce the
former manager, Clay Powers
for California last September.
Bill Goes Thru With Refer
endum Clause Tacked on
BIG IMPROVEMENTS ON
New 1'cnltcntliiry, Hospitals nud .Sev
eral Armories Over Sditc LNtc! in
reconstruction Hill Illg Sum for
Ijmd Settlement State ('miners to
SALEM,. Feb. 21. Senator Eddy'
reconstruction bill with a referendum
elnu.se attached calling for the issu
ance of five million dollar's in re
cons(ruc(Ion bonds, has pasted the.
Senate this afternoon. According to
the terms of the hill, three million
of this amount will he expended for
ii state penitentiary, a new wing of
the Eastern Oregon Hospital for the
Jn.-ane at Pendleton, new buildings
ut the stute educational Institutions,
armories in different parts of the
The other two million Is to be de
voted to land settlement at the dis
cretion of the Doard of Control.
The House passed tho Martin bill
providing that goods packed by Oreg
on canneries must not be labelled as
the product of any other state, and
provide a flno for misbranding.
Tho Senate paused a bill for (he in.
dtistrlnl reconstruction hospital at
Attornoys hero agree after reading
the attorney general's opinion that
the Wnrren Company's patent rights
to the bithulltic paving will not hold.
Tho Senate has adopted a Join( re.
solution commending Mayor Ole Han-,
son of Seattle for his suppression of
the Unlshevikl clement during the
recent big strike.
Tho llouso has passed tho Moscr
mil providing for tho establishment
of city planning commission by muni
The morals bill wns permanctnly
killed In the House by a vote of twen
ty eight to eighteen.
NAVAL MAN IS
PLEASED WITH CITY
J. II. Carter of the United States
Navy arrived In this city from the
United Stntes Steamship Ilrooklyn.
with which ho has been during the
period of the war. Mr. Carter's homo
Is in Texas but he is much pleasod
with Klnmath nud may locate here
MAN WHO EXPECTED TO TAKE
SEAT IN CONGRESS IS "ELECT
ED" FOR TWENTY YEARS IN
PEN FOR TRAITOROUS ACTS
CHICAGO, Feb. 21. Victor L.
Borgor nnd four othor socialists have
boon convictod of the violation ot tho
Espionage Law and sentenced to
twenty yonra Imprisonment by Judge
Landls today, who overruled a mo
tion for n now trlnl.
Borgor hud boen elected to n seat
in tho llouso of HeprcBontntlvs from
Wisconsin, but had not taken his
MAX HAS RETURNED.
Thomas Perkins,, who was fpr a
long time associated with, the Eskel
son furniture houso ot this city and
who has boen recently engaged In
the same business at Vancouver,
Washington, returned last evening
on matters of business.
ADAMS' WOUND A
That UobArlams who was recently
reported In tho casualty list as being
slightly wounded, only received a
slight wound In tho chin where a
machine gun bullet grazed it, is the
news received by his father J. Frank
Adams who is in town from Merrill
cnroiitc for his cattle feeding grounds
on tho Reservation. Bob was only
in the Hospital for a short tlmo. He
Is most anxious, to get back and de
clares that a year's vacation In
France will be all he will ask of aiiy-j
INVESTIGATION ON AT WASHING
TON FOll NEEDLESS ALLEGED
SACRIFICE OF LIFE IN DATTLE
OF AKGONNE ,
WASHINGOX. D. d, eb. 21. MaJ.
or General Peter E. Traub, who com.
manded the Thirty Fifth Division in
the Battle of the Argonne denied 'be
fore the House Rules Committee yes
terday tho charge that men ot his dl-'
vision, Mlssourians and Kansans were
sacrificed by the failure of artillery
This investigation has been insti
tuted by Representative Campbell 'of
Kansas, in which the following 'per
tinent questions are asked:
Why the 35th Division was not
given proper artillery support.
Why It was not supplied with am.
munition and food.
Why it was not given proper sup
port In the air.
Why its engineers h.irj to be used
Why two of the general clflcprs
were assigned to other duties before
the battle and the'.r places given to
Why about twelve hundred wound
ed men had (o He on (he wet ground
without blankets or food for more
than thirty-six hours before being
taken to (he hospitals for treatment.
"While no official figures have
boen given out by the War Depart
ment about the losses -ot the 35th
Division, information from several
sources Indicates the losses In five
days' fighting were -practically 50
per cent. The division, all told was
composed of 28,000 men. Of that
number 16,000 wore Infantrymen
or combat troops, and of that number
of combat troops, It is reported, 7,.
000 were either killed or wounded.
WORKERS NOW"UUSY IN ALL DIS
RICTS OF CITY'. ' FIND GOOD
RESPONSE FROM PUUUC TO
BETTER HIGHWAY' MOVE
Workers In every precinct In the
city are out n'tfer new members Jor
tho new Klamath County Good Roads
Association, according tb Fred Gar
Ich, who has charge ot the city can
vass and a number ot new member
ships have been secured in each dis
trlct. - " 'k -
It is not known -ait. this lime how
many moro have joined this live or.
ganizatlon but this will be announced
In a short tlmo.
The nominal feefor. membership
nnd (ho good 'cause in which the or
ganization Is enlisted seems to meet
tho approval of" everyone and the
Association promises to be the big
gest of its kind over organized here.
RACE PROBLEM WOULD NOT
ESCAPE CLOSE ATTENTION
TOKIO, Feb. 21, Premier Hara
said in the diet here today that tbero
was no reason why China should de
mand tho rotura ot Tsfnj'-Tao,
He said, that the race, 'problem at
the peace conference would never ea
enpo the utmost attention of the gov
FOUND ON 1
French Premier Now Declar
ed Out of Danger
Ofllccrs Get Busy After Shooting of
Clemenceau nnd Find Evidence of
Important UoNhcvikl Activities.
Premier Holds Conference Today
and Will Be on Job Next Monday.
PARIS. Feb. 21.-Tbe police were"
very busy yesterday probing the case
of Emllle Cottln. the Assassin who
came so near to taking the life of the
celebrated "Tiger" of France.
The officers searched the houses ol
thirty members of the Communist
Federation taking many tracts and
It is believed to be an established
fact that there are regular Bolshevi
k'ist. organizations existing In Paris
with important ramifications.
The conditions of Premier Clem
enceau nho was shot early Wednes
day morning as he was departing
from his home in an auto, whose
condition was admitted serious yes.
ierday Is now declared (o be satisfac
tory and (he doctors believe him to be
out of ranger. One of the five shots
of the assassin was found yesterday
to have penetrated his lung.
The Premier will receive his col
leagues of the Supreme War Coun
cil this afternoon, to discuss certain
important maUers. K Is now believ
ed (hat he can resume tils political
ONE MAN BAGS THREE BEAKS
DURING THE WINTER AND
PRESENTS LARGE BUNCH OF
PELTS TO COUNTY FOR BOUNTY
Hunting in Klamath County has
been good this winter as evidenced
by the large number of pelts hat
hnvo been presented to the County
Clerk for bounty, and the high price
now obtainable for furs of all klmK
has made It very profitable for these
who have taken to the use of guns
and traps. '
W. L. Frnln of the Beswlck dl
trict who is one of (he well known
hunters has n total of six bears to
his credit (his winter In addition to
his other skins. Yesterday at tho
Clerk.' office, he presented the pelts
of seven coyotes aud five bob cats.
For these he drew bounties 'totaling
$41.00 He also had the skins of
three bears, five skunks and five
mink, assuring him of a handsome
reward for his efforts. William Turn
er of Valnax brought In five coyotes
and three cats, and Jesse Pete and A.
T. Miller of that district, one coyote
oach. In addition to these, bounties i
totaling twenty five dollars have been
paid out b tho Clerk since Wedne-s-
dny- . k.
Half of this amount was drawn T
J. A. Parker of Bly for three coyotes.
NOW ALL HAULED.
Tho last of his lumber at his saw
mills near Olene has now been hauled
In to the Big Lakes Box Company, ac
cording to H. H. Edmunds Mr. Ed
munds states that a gold mine in
which he la Interested at Hoyden
Collfornlng Is showing indications o
a rich yield and that ,tne proeeM o
cruslng tho ore will be commencea at