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(ftij? lEittfttmg Herald
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth Year No. 3,561
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1919
SECH VOYAGE I
Will Stay Until Big Problem
U Finally Settled
LEAVES EARLY TODAY
RATE HEARING IS M""" wllon. I-owur California hn
TUr Urri'C Aucn l'wlllll-ii, both In natural rcsotir-
t 1 yyJ WCCrwD AntAU eon anil In development ns a tnurlntii'
, I KliimiiliiK ground, It U rich In mln
I Mills. IIk numerous IkMiiiIh itncour-
HAI.K.M, March G. - Tin. public- snr- ago the flnliory business, which Ih nn
vlco ((iiiiiiilsnluu bus net Match 17 n Important Industry.
tint ilato for the final hearing on the, Mom for thu protection of the Am-
application of tho Pacific Telephone erlrnn bonier ami the Aofcgimrdlng
f d Telegraph company for an Iiiotouso f tho Inlgotlon system that foods thu
In tho xrhiuiK' toliiphoiw rates In linpoilal Valley, than for nny mater.
Oregon, It in ostlumled If thcHu In In I riches Lower California might
crniises ari) allowed, approxliimtiily urine In annexation desirable. While
$600,000 a )ear will ho added lo the reports of Japanese efforts to secure
revenues of tho rompiny. ,a navnl bane on tho peninsula have
The huurliiR will he held In Port. , never boon confirmed, hero 1h an.
slid, ; other ronKldoratlon,
Klamath nlno Im a natural part of
HUGE BOOTLEGGING ' j '"' nls, us the residents of that
.., iin.- - i-.rJr""",y h"V" R",rt '" ,llC,r I'Rt'tl"" t"
SCHEME. UNEARTHED, the Oregon legislature and iih Call-
I fornlaiiH are Kind to bellevo.
j Should It happen that theso two
CHICAGO. March G. Consplmiy neighbors comu within the California
to defeat stilnwldo dry Inwtt by boot, fold, there would surely bo n renew-
GoirriiiiirniWIII Nut l.elhiiUWIi Con legging linn been uncovered by feder. 'ed demand for a division of tho stntc,
. . , ,.. '-t agents. Iicnry A, linos, chef on already unwleldly, ns somo people be-
trol of lt IriwoH a lH-nUll or on . ,., , i ,. , , . .. .
"""" the Olympian exproiw between Clil ' llcve, and lucking, numorlrnlly, In ro-
(trr mlutml Neglect tit Ihrovlilo Cngo and Kiiuttlc, Waih., has boon j prt-nantntlou In tho United States
Kunii:rrorl.WI.r.l Mmlo to' in ,,ofor1 Unl,J niva Cummin senile.
I duner I.ewU F Mnson, and held In
Continue nn I num. bonda of $2G00 to the federnl grand
Jury. Roes, wio also is known ns
I "(lot Home Quick Walllngford," him
NKW VOHK. March 5. President bw,n ,nknK whisky In largo qiiantl-l
Wll.on sailed today on III second tl- from Chicago on bin dlnliu cars' fll"
voyaio to Krnnce, determined, ns ho to Henttlo, Tacoinn and other const j III
Mid In bin speech last nlitht, not to cities, wliore ho Rets many times tho. j
"come back till II Is over over there." price lie paid for it hero. It Is charg-
The transport (leorKO Washington ed, Ills alleged Northwestern nKent,
. left the Hnlioken pier this mornln at M. V. Slrolhors, of Tncomn. Wash..
:15, Only n small crowd assembled w arrested on advice i-f Chicago
it tho Pier lo wnvo farewell grout- in"', niiuinriiies somo lime ngo,
The liurlmr wus nearly deserted,
SILL VOTE ON
' DM QUESTION
(ndlann ami Michigan hnvu been
Invaded by the gang and Its nccom
Few More Than Half of Bal
lots Heard From
MAJORITY FAVOR SUIT
Straw Vote Taken by Klnnintli Irrl
But Ion DlMtrirt Director, to Deter-'
mine Whether or Nut to Push Ac.
Hon to Restrain Conxtrurtlon of points
Jliilil Goto Sinull Response.
groom, who In a returned Boldler,
wore olive drab.
Little Louise Bowman, acting a
ring bejrer, was dressed In pink and
white und carried u lingo bouquet of
sweet peas. Miss 1)orothy Weeks, an
Intimate friend of tho brldu sang
before and following the ceremony.
She was accompanied by Mrs, C. R.
I Dowman, who also played the wed-
dliiK march. Shortly after the cere
mony, the happy party sat down to a
Iloth Mr. and Mrs. llosklns are
well known In this city. The girl
hood days of the bride havo been
spent here where her uufisually sweet
disposition has attrnctcd a host of
warm friends. . She has been a great
favorite also In social circles. Mr.
Ifosklng, who Is well and fnvorably
known spent beveral years In Klam
ath Falls as the agent for the Stand
ard Oil Company, which position he
Kiivo up during the win, to enter the
military service. Ho was discharged
vory recently from Camp Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. Honking expect to
leave Immediately for bouthern
Price, 5 cent
n l nnu nmi t. i
WASHINGTON'. March G. -Pro-
.illdttM ftwlitni I nntif mciv ltIVM li it n . , .-,.! .. n . i.ll.. 111 .. ..Ill.t.
due to (he big marine workers' trlko."" , .... . ",,"',,'u .f"- " ""
mini nnu iii.j-m iuiiuin ihhu uvou a low nays io consiucr wuom iney win
A number of salutes were fired." Tho
dcpsrlurc uns delayed for n fow mo
meats when It u found that the
niornhiK papers were not on board
Indicted In Ijike county Many of
fenders find the smuKgllng so profit
able they aro willing; to pay fines and
serve short sentences.
WASHINGTON. I), a, March 6,
The Kou'riinieiit has no Immediate In
tention of rellniitilshlnn tho control'
of the mil mads as u result of tho fall
urn of congress to appropriate funds
for rallroud administration, Director
General lllues declared today. Ho ex
plained that every effort would ho
Ritdu lo rcmtlnuo operations as usunl,
to avoid lu In k off employes and to
flnsneo the rallroadH thru by private
loam nr udvances from the war
He Indlrnled that the administra
tion did not contemplate raising tho
rated us a means of dealing with tho
back for the presidency In 1920,
Senator Kenyon, Iowa has announced.
House and senate Progressives.
with a few lending firogrcsslves now
Tho straw vote east hero yoster-l
day by tho farmers of tho Klamath Ir-i
rlgiitlou Project to determine wheth-!
cr or not tho District should Join with;
tho old Water Users Association from .
which It bus recently been changed, '
to prevent tho construction of the1
proposod dam across tho hend of,
Link Itlver by the California Oregon
Power Company, resulted In a vote
of ouo hundred and forty favorable
against one hundred and seven un-
lavoruuie. mere were nowever. lour.
IN FIR EAST
Associated Press) The American
hundred and eighty two ballots sentRei1 Cro88 ln Eastern Siberia through
out two hundred and thirty five
therefore who did not vote. A num
ber of the water users who did not
in congie-Hs. will nttend the meeting; ' vol tol'l lllo officials of the District
Tho time and place, have not yet beoni1'"' matter was In the lattcrs
decided on definitely The gathering. ! "" n'l !" the responsibility up
Imwnver. nrolinlilv will bo soon after io llieill.
the adjournment of congress and Is
likely to be held either In Chicago or
Washington, Kenyon said.
In addition to discussing what man
they shall got behind for tho 1920
, campaign, Progressives will formu
Ml'C'll COMMIv.NT IN I'.U'DltH OK, late n program of legislation upon
IIOTII KT.ITKS OVKU COl'.NTV S
MOVK TO HKCKM. TO M'lfill
IKHHNtJ HTATK OX SOI "Til
ARE COMING WEST
which they will seek action in
coming congrods, It was stated.
Political gossip hag named Sena
tors llorah and Ulrnm Johrwon us
possibilities foi the rcgulnr rtopubll.
can nomination In 1920, Doth arc
Progicsslves, leaders of the little
The moo mndn by Senator tieoiRo group In the senato which holds thoj Sccrctnry lukor nm(5eiioral March
uai men oi power in organizing inai
body for the next session.
SNOW FOUR FEET
AT SPRING CREEK
T. "tluldwln and Hoprcs.ult!vo (Jeo.
"" 'll. Morryman to havo Klamath t'oun-
F.ATA PATUCDCn -no ly removed from Oregon and imnox-'
UAIAUAlHtKtU rUK Pt, , , 8ln(0 of c-illloruln una
NEW BUDGET SYSTEM rouRnl for o Httio commuui in i
. the press of tho two .itntos especially I
slneo tho California Legislature laid1
Word I...H been received from t. ViMw movoil to weleomo this conn.' Tho summer campers would not
.'tain Disiriri Aiu.m Wiinv win. )' to tlwl commonwealth, (Jiogon nnd their outing In tents along the
enl to Medford lo IntorvlaW liidgu' '0,iW flfiht such a movo to (he fin shores of tho beautiful Spring Crook
Cnlklns mi his decision In tho Wnnl- tih ,n t,, "l'1"'0" of Srctary Dod- nu(0 80 inviting at this tlmo of year,
loinls niRn Hint the Intorpratatlo-i "on of t,, ,'orllnml Chnmbcr of Com- fl)r according to n. C. Spink, tho
Placed upon It hy the local nuthorl- orco In an Inlorvlew, In tho Kvon- Wnor of Idlerest, thoro Is now, four
lies in the affect that this county.1" ,c,0rnm "l ". ifoel of H1I0W ,, tho lovol at that
teuld be on a budget systom basis, I " '" " ,"0"s,, i,r"i,"H" "" """ point. Spink camo In Monday on tho
v.i correct and he has gone to lack. w n l "ul" ov"r' " "'" B,V"
-onvllle fr the purpose of itJthoniiR mont t(ld,,y of 'nUw Socrotiiry .
the data eem,ry to carry Into o I D- Uo,",0,, ot tho ,,0,rl "l"1 C1,,"ra;
feet Blub u systom .borof Commeico. when informed thut
At ti. .,f ,.'.. .i ,.i resolution had been Introduced bo
'w'n .IMtl, w.lo I. VII.
its refugeo relief department. Is cor
ing for nearly 2,500 refugees. Half
of these are handled directly though
a distribution center in Vladivostok.
There are 400 In barracks at First
Illver, In the edge of tho city. Fur
ther on. at Second Itlver, are 800 Ar
menians ln a barracks by themselves.
Most of these refugees are receiving
food and clothing; there are, a cer
tain numbor who aro self-supporting
and only require lodgings.
A plan Is being worked out to send
the Armenians to Port'Sald on a Jap
anese steamer. Efforts are nlso be
ing made to find transportation for
420 Sorblans. Occupation has been
found for a large number of destitute
persons. An employment bureau has
been established and It Is nrobable
WASHINGTON, D. C. March 5. j ,,.. soon inces can e found for all
will leave Sunday oil a threo week's.
A Joint opinion from both the at
torney for tho Klnmnth Irrigation
District and the attorney for the
Klnmnth Water Users Association on
the probable outcome of the action,
If Instituted is being awaited before
further action will be taken.
8ALKM, March 5. The funeral
services of Governor Withycombe,
who passed away at Salem Monday i
evening aro to be held tomorrow at '
two o'clock. Simple services will be
conducted by. Mr, Ktchard Alvlson
pastor of the Methodist church. Inter
ment will" be made In tho cemetary
here. Judge Wallace McCnmant will
speak briefly. Honorary pallbearers n- of . n .
WW be Judge McCamant, Adjutant,1 -3tructre rlanned tOT
General, Charles Deebe, Thomas II.. Tenth and Main Streets
Tongue, W. U. Aycr and Olcott W. I u "wxu
Iloyt. The active pallbearers will;
bo Htrvey Wells, Chester A. Morres,
Carl D. Shoemaker, J. S. Chulderman
and A. H. Lea Mark.
MEDFORD MAN WINS
FRENCH WAR CROSS
PLANS FINISHED SOON
MEDFORD. March 5. The only
Medford hero to be awarded the
French war cross by the government
of France, though he Iobt his life ln
winning this coveted honor, was Lieu
tenant Newell C. Barber.
Tjie great award of honor to their
son, together with the citation award
ing the medal was received Friday
by Dr. and Mrs. Martin C. Barber
from the adjutant general's office at
Washington with the following com cem
ment: "Here is forwarded lo you, t.nder
separate cover by registered mall, a
Croix de Guerre, by the French gov
ernment to your so"n. Second Lieuten
ant Newell C. Barber, 108th aero
SIX NKW MEN JOIN DEPART.
MEXT HOYS WILL MEET WITH .
Well Known City Boosters Evidence
Fallh in Future of City and
County by Putting Up Two-Story
Brick Business House Architect
Expected to Come ln Tonight
That a big new brick, store build
ing at the corner of Tenth and !aln
Streets Is to be 'erected In the near
future by the Evans brothers, Is the
announcement made today.
Details for the new construction
have not been worked but'but It Is
expected that Architect.A. F, Helde
will be In this evening when plus
and specifications will be gons OTer.
Tentative arrangements have bees
made for a two story structure with
a full basement,' Three store rooms
will be available on the first .floor
and twelve apartments on the second
floor. The estimated cost ot the
structure is not known at this tine.
Both the Evans brothers have been
indefatigable boosters for Klamath
County since they xame here 'from
Kansas several years ago. They have
made extensive investments In other
parts or the city, and their new ven.
Hire is an Indication of the future
growth and prosperity of the community.
CITY - COUNCIL
EVEXIXO TO MAKE PLANS
Inspection trip of all the training
camps which wore not Inspected dur
ing the war. This trip will Include
Camp Lewis ut American Lake.
HOW AROL'T IT, JIMMY?
H'turduy. ,M,e then, wr present foro "'".C'Hfornlu state legislature
memorializing congim" to tuku thu
train, and nays that whilo It Is pret
ty inconvenient getting. around thero
now, It Is tho-host thing that could
poshslbly happen, as It moans grass
and crops for noxt yoar.
Thero Is a porslstent rumor going
tho round of the timber men that
genial Jimmy Ryan bus gono sMith
for another purpose than Just visit-
ling, and that other purposo Is none
othor thun taking unto himself a
wife. Goo, Jimmy, is It possible' that
you havo desorted the bunch? If
the heavens stay lip aftor Bitch a thing
ns that, provided It Is true, then thu
iitlllonluni Is at hand.
mZ: :r2lnl.Hnry steps to annex Klamath ASHLAND MAN IS
V weie uas'duo lo a mUundm.. ro,.'"ty ' C""f-,r,,,n' , . I KILLED BY TRAIN
tMdlnit The conference win Mil1 "Any such movement would b
fnr.i... .... . """,ll" ,v"1 '" .11l1, , ,J rinluh Mlinn d tnkO nil
'.""." "mno" of thc vonn of- .. -i h . n.. ...eh l.lli 's sou. Cnlle.l ty news of tho auddc.i death
'wra unii nniv iimun ! r.iAli.f ... (. ....-. --- .. ,
. .. t ii i.. ... r ..--... f
.. br,; up;; i;;,' &'"JJB
com. .,, Insofar as thoy r-.HU.il to 'X.Tiro o n y kTowMgo . . T. Garrett left for that point thb
Clklns deds,,,,, wore d.scussod. Zni I, eonly " u .wt ot our -!.. MrM.owo, who was Clef
Ul I III 11 U Ul noiHHlU IHi"" m
HOT SPRINGS BATH
HOUSE IS REOPENED
..oil, mill trllinlnrv In iih. and I nil!
of tho .opinion that the boundarlos''" o8l"o " . nccordlng to
ofthctwostativinovor.wlllbochniig.ithH news received by Mrs. Garrett,
oil. All that wo need Is to extend our hut no dotulls of tho tragedy had
uillroids thru Central Oregon to-.fooen learned at tho tlmo of hor. do-
Klamath Fulls. 'This would plnco us Parture.
much nenrar to that district than Is
A'ter bcillK Closed fne vArnl
,., , '""I'lB thu Influonct epldem- Rim KrnnMsco and tho freight rales
'" ""'"'I sensoii, tho Hot Pprlnc would bo much lowor.
li. i' ls 0-r""otl to tho pub. Tho following odltorhl on tho an
XEW lailNDRYMAX IX TOWX.
Ono of tho latost.arrlvnls In Klam-
ROMANCE C7UI.MIXATES IX A
PRETTY CERKMOXY" AT HOME
OK 11HIRK. ROTH, 1'ARTIES
WELL KNOWN HERE.
today under now mnnuKomont.'noxinK of Klnmnth 'County nnd Lower th Falls Is a weo man by tho nnmoj
maun am son. who linvii ii. r-..iirnr..ln nn.murn.l In Hit Sacrum, or iieuoo jmikuiu who it-cuimy u,u,,-
ed bore locenlly from Edmonton, 'onto Union of Saturday I V ' vlu story at tho homo of Mr.
A'l ----... nj iiuiii U.UU1UIUUI1, OHIO union oi oiiiiirni
hi.Hi ""' tllfl ,,ow Proprietors. Tho j Thero Is no probability tint Oregon
UUIIalllg li,,.. l,on ,!,,., ... ,.,,. ..... I ...,,, . , .... i .,... ,, Iflnm
., .. kllw, VUj,,jr tunny j will CUl.HUIli IU ll.O iihii-tiui "I -
chniico oxlsls that tho scheme of cor
tnln Intorosls to nnnox Lowor Cali
fornia will bo looked upon with fnv-
DANKKR RACK FROM SOUTH.
B.-U, i l,l',l"fot'to,, Hnrt w'" oponod'nth county to California, ns tho
y times nnd ovonlngs, jplo of Hint soctlnn deslro, nnd
. OTUIIXH FROM WAKHINOTOV.
' I fornln will bo looked upon with fnv.) fiesldent E, R. Roams of tho First
iis, p, nn, ii...,. np ,, r.,,,r-A ' , uvlnn UnKhn .n nronosltlons National Hank has returned from a
Jfw h visit with lolntlves In Wash- offer Intoro'tlng fields of spoculntlon. ! sovtrnl weoks nbsenco at his Callfor.
' "" w,lr Bho hhs boon for tho I Tho political reunion of California nln homo at Mountnln View. He do
with the poniniuia to tuo souiu ra --
NotWltllStnnuinK ( li croim in iimv buvviuii im f i-
nnd Mrs, Frank Nakoto on Fourth
Street. Tho smiling father is tho
proprietor of tho Jopuneso-Luundry.
no a, , """ "'ii mi
JJm nnd Spokane and M.o in lai;t.
bo loirlenl nrogross.
esrtaln drawbacks, iueh n drouth lu tlmn for several years .wit.
Ono of the prettiest homo weddlngB
of tho yoar was solemnized herd at
6 o'clock last night, when Miss l'oarl
Mnrguerlto Ilolvln and James Elinor
Hosklng were uultod in tho holy
bonds of matilmony by Futher Hugh
Mnrshall at the home of the brldo'a
parents, 219 Jefferson, Street.
Only a fow of tho Intimate friends
ot tho contracting partlos, beside the
family of tho brldo, woro present.
Tho houso was "decorated In pink
und whlto. Pink roses worn hung In
tho cjlnlng loom and pink carnations
In tho living room, Tho bride was
dressed In white' Georgotto and car
ried a bouquet of sweet peas, The
those who wish to work. The Cuna
dian military organization has asked
the Red Cross to man a steam laun
dry for the Canadian troops. Like
wise the American army has made
plans for n service laundry at the
huso here, which wfll furnish em
ployment for n number ot laun-
d i esses,
Ulsttop II. St, George Tucker, who
recently returned from Western Si
beria whero ho went ln tho intercuts
of the Hod Cross, reported that there
wore somo 8,600 persons thore, legit
imate objocts for tho Red Cross as
sistance. In need ot immediate help.
In this number figure group of Pet
rograd children. Many hundreds ot
those wore sent to Siberia for safety
at u tlmu when the Holshovtk out
rages woro beginning. Thoy woro
found in boven different cities, unpro
vided for and In great need. Cloth
ing Is being provided for thein from
stocks in Vludlvu'.tok, und thoy are
ln Omsk, Novonikolasevsk und
Chullablnsk, whero typhus has made
considerable lioadway, thu Red Cross
Is working ln conjunction with tho
Russians to give medical aid. Relief
train No. 4 lias loft for the west, car
rying medical supplies and clothing.
The Inst relief train sont fiom hero,
In charge ot the Japanese. Red Cross
unit, reached Omsk about u month nt
tor Jeuvlng Vladivostok.
(JOES TO MEET FAMILY.
Attorney R, C. Groesbock will leave
tomotrow morning for San Francisco
where ho will moot Mrs, Groesbeck
and childron, who havo boon spend
ing tho .wlntor nt Southorn points.
Thoy oxpect to return to Klamath,
Falls Sunday ovening.
GERMANS AGAIN ATTACK POLES.
POSEN, March B. Tho Germans
after three days of comparative quiet
resumed tholr attacks all along tho
lite upon the Poles Sunday, It ls re
SMALL GROUP OF REPUBLICANS
TIE UP. IMTORTAXT -EGISIA-TIOX
AT CLOSE OF SESSION.
ROADS MAY RE RETURNED.
The application of six new mem
bers ot tho Klamath Falls Firo De
partment were accepted at the City
Council meeting Monday night. The
now members are, James V. Sulli
van, L. I.. Drownell, C. A. Newman,
Archie Hasklns, W. M. Lorenz, L. L.
Stoln, Carl Schubert Jr., and S. R.
Tho fire department Is going to be
completely reorganized and ar
rangements made to glvo. the city
more adequate fire servlc, according
to the views of the council members
who nl"o going to meet Thursday
evening with the fire department and
Inrnnilnta fitliira nlnnci Tho rnnmfl
.w. ...... u.u ........ , -. ... . .- ((jug hsi ot lmi'urmui taou.v. --
In the city hall which need furnishing aUjmj to secure an executive ses-
HK41I1 uiu lu uu luutteu unci ai.u ..
quantity of new hose must bo pur
' WASHINGTON. D. C.. March 5.
, Congiess adjourned at noon yester
day In the midst of a republican fllU
in.Binr in the Senate that killed a
long list ot Important measures. The
REACH NEW YORK
bi.m of the Senate due to the filibus
ter, caused the failure of scores of
iuiniiii.iiinn including A. MItchel
Palmer, Nonunn Hapgood and Comp.
Iteceis appointments will be tpaae.
Funds for the railroad administra
tion ue among the appropriations
I that failed
NEW YORK, March 5. Tho cruls-l Some of tho Senators advised the
er Frederick has arrived from Brest Pi obldeut to leturn the I,r0M"
with 1,502 troops including tho third prlwite ownership immeamie.jr.
battalion hoadquarters companies 1 1 hn refused to divulge his plans now
and D. of tho 62nd Infantry of the ' cu-r Senator wage uwy -
list Division. Theio are National threo fourths ot the Republicans j .-
Guard men from Oregon. Washington gicted the filibuster, It Is u,,ea1J""
SUIT TO DETERMINE R. R.
Kirn-ii in . in.-,
, It was a personal matter ot one llitw
I group which refused to be controlled
land not n patty matter.
Pi evident Wilson signed the whew
K u l li ill ie " ., .c.
t'ORTLAND March n --.Tho '...I.- Secretary of war Baker saia
lie service commissioners of Oregon failure of the army appropriate
Washington and Idaho huvo unit other military measures ib. .
hero und decided that the Washlnn, war department in a aium...
ton Commissioners should begin Jiult serious situation.
iiumeiiiuioiy lo itsi ino legaiuy oi ,
tho Rallroid Administrations con
trol over tho purely intrastate freight
r OUS Sll""" i.i.lnn
The failure of the reorganl lo
1,111 means that the gre. ----
,en ot the war time "
main in the service longer than would
bo otherwise necessary.
WASHINGTON, D, C. -'"
I ---- ,. iL. XJAll-B OlS
LONDON, March 5. Tho nritlsh By n olo of 316 to x ia o ,
i .... -.-nlnllnn eXDrClin
army Is being reduced to 952,000 (aaoiuea P ftCfl con(ernco
me,. It was offtclally announced to. tJ jg
Oieat Ililtaln'A alrencth fixcluaieof Ireland to tne hb v
BRITISH ARMY REDUCED.
of India, aturosent is 2.500.000 men
The British army of occupation In
President WUn '":;;:,
The iirltlsii army of occupation in rrosmcu. .,..--- IV. no.fXtra
Germany will be coniposod of 380,- hU determination w
ouo men and 38,000 officers. j session .in