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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1919)
ljr iEutfttttuj Herald
OF KLAMATH FALLS
OF KLAMAJH tuuu
Thirteenth Ycnr No. 3,562
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1919
Price, 5 centa
1 ID PUCE
Deiperate Condition! Pro
vail Through Berlin
MOVE SAID IS FAILURE
'frond Imrr) I" Poll Hlntloli (or
rrvtalliin '""" Itliilrrw Many
,n Killed tin spnriwnn Hlilo nm!
Among (iowrimiriit Troop -Em-plofM
Volte I'mleM Agiitut More-
UKIU.IN Murih, 6. -Coimldernblu
artillery flrltiR has tukvn place In the
rlclnltr of the Police hendquiirtorn
lodar. lili ' "'"I hM " ,1,e ov"
trntnent forte Mure tliu outbreak of
tbe bl( Koiicral utrlkc
The lenders of tlm majority social
UU told ri'iirwiititlvo of Iho Asso
ciated I'run ttuil i,n fur n the gener
al strike I concerned. It U n fiilliiro.
Wherever lli' workman balloted
secretly tint jiiiinltlim lo tho strike
BmpIo)c( of (liu telegraphic com
panies, poatofflii'ii ami big Moron at
tVrlln Iiom riMolM-il to p'rotent
ifiliut a licneul strike unit tint mil.
war perannnr-l linn announced t ll lit It
will not participate
It Is reported ttuil both tho Spar
Uctn and tint Kiriiiiii'iit forces tout
many killed In tlio fighting yrstorday
before tho poll htudiunrters In
AlMindcr Plain Tho fighting wm
finally ended by iicgothtloiui. Tlio big
leneral strike tirnkii mil In Merlin
Monday when nil traffic wn Htoiieil
md tho elcttilclty mill gao1lno Mlp
pljr l linn off
CrowiU forced their way Into tho
police Motions hi llcrlln. Dlsrhurgod
policemen cm llm phono wlres Tim
Prussian government declared that n
iUtof IoKf 'xlatii In tho police IU
Well of llrrlln niul ltn suburbs to
"protect tho bulk of the working Peo
ple from famine mid terror."
The Bpnrliir.uiH yesterday Inaugur
ated a mmcmenl lo nlnie Koonlgs
torg In met Pi uvula, mid thereby
open the route of communication to
Moscow io tho iiolHliovlkl armies
from rtuiulii mny inovo to tho namlst
nteof the Kparticnii forcos. nrcortl-
lC to an offlrlnl bulletin. The gov
trnraent acnt-fones to Koonlgsborg
lo put down tlio Hpnrlncnn move.
UKIU.IN, March o. Tim mllltnry
Ituation on tin. enntorn front li
MMed hi tlm blnrkcHt colors lodny
by Oenernl Von lllndonburg who do
' rca that iiiiIohh tho populntlon rnl
I'm I" the defense of their hnmoH
"d fainlll,..,, ii W bl) )mllOB11ill0
rd oif tho attack,, of tho Dulsho.
DBn,'IN'. -Mm eh . The govern
nt troops ,.,vo lycupled Unite be
een IIoliiu 11M, Wolmnr nftor hard
'Wing In whirl, ti,irty clvlllnns woro
mil A" ,nlnt"r arriving hero
w that the rioters throw boiiio of
,ve""1"''i oiricor Into tho river
naietthenidiawii. Tim Bnirtacnna
"lied takliiK their fundi,. The
"uailon l , mIllK
COPKNA(;i:Ni Moich 6,-Negot-
t Wcl.nnr renulllng In tho
U. ?.,WVeriln"nt Propol,,K that
Boldlci. ,, workmnn'a Coun-
LV.""" "" ,,r"a,10 ""' f tho
over Bment,.l HyHi,., under the now
COIXBtlllltlo,!. t ,H relllrodi
fee '''""'n.on.uho labor con-
torelj,,"i,ly"1'5 lhnl y f"1'"1
Hlon. g, U" th0 K'!,,0,", oc' con
QIUOn In Iholr Btutos
ernZin TMns u, raiflcal gov-
," ,M,,n,ch n,,d ur Wfln
"i "mi city, u u nmm.
ANQUrDC I ACT paii
n3WCIa U.A3 1 LALL
Iho following from the OroKonimi
oi mm ounimy. win ue or intnriHt to
ninny Klmuiith County pooplo
niiiinir rrniiKiui in, m, who clll'il
recently, wim tho head of tin f'unl
Ahthur Kniuklln Hunt, who dleil
conimiKHion compmiy at Nurtli I'urt-
Innd. Kuiinral mirvlrei uero held
Unt week nt Oakland, r.. nnd burhil
wnii at I'wlr Onka cmnetory Horn in
Nornh HprhiKH. la.. In Omuber. 1859.
he riiiiui to Oregon with hla piironlH.
who nettled ncur Oaklniul. Slurried
lo Inubolle Deardorff In 1SH0, ho hcl
lied on n cattle ranch near AMliiand '
Later Mr. Hunt enme to Portland nnd
entered the llventock hualni'H. Hilling t,
the llrat, cur of cattle at iho old ynrd.r
.Seventeenth ami Vaughn Htrectn.
Surviving are u widow, ihroe daugh-;
tnrn, Mr. It. (' Mc.MIIInn of HoIhh,
Idaho. Mm. W. M Dodge of Athlnnd.,
nml Mm. J. I.. Thornton of n..kl,...,i
nnd two nonn, Corpornl John W. Hunt
and HennctUK. Hunt of rortlnml. I
"I have knownMr. Hunt for thirty-;
flvo yearn, nnd no lietter limn ever
lived," declared Hob Kiuiiiltt hern
yenturdny, In npenklug of Mr. llunt'N
death. The decenned wan well known
In Klmunth County, where he npuut
munv I tioiiniimlit of ilollum for Ivliiin-'
KLAMATH SOLDIER IS
HERE WITH HIS WIFE
II. T McKlmmonn, a young man
who Ih ell known In Klamath Kails,
nnd who Iiiik been Identified with the
rank branch of the military service;
for a number of months and stutloned
nt Camp Dlx In New Jersey, has re-
reived his discharge and returned to
Klamath Fulls. He Is nccompanled
by Mrs, McKIiuoiin, who has been In
t2..t...l .....I lit.... Avo..nt I,. t.,..Ln ll.ltf'lflll llm l.tli lli.llfif.. tli.il ..i ..r.til tr
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JllCir I1IMIIU 111 lll.l IIII1IIU. i.l. l"
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Klmmons was formerly employed In '
Iho local office of Wood Cui lis Com-!
A. X. W. CLI'll MKKTH.
The A. N. W. Club met yesterday
afternoon In the roams of the Wom
an's Library Club. Those present
were Mrs. It. K. Wnttenburg, Mrs.
(ieorgo Wlrtx, Mrs, K. (I. Cummlngs.
Mm. 1). V. Kuykendnll. Mrs. H. B.
Momycr, Mrs. Thomas Hampton, Mrs,
O. A. Krause, Mrs. Charles Roberts,
Mrs, Adams nnd Mrs, T, Qulllitch.
HTl.'DK.TH'I.V HCIIOOI.8 ALL OVKH
WIN rillZKH FOIl GOOD WOHK
DONK IN lNDUHTIUAL CLUIl
WOHK IX IOIH
The following prlrcs have been
nwa riled to chlldten of the Hoy's and
Glrl' Industrial Clubs of Klamath
County. Slnco health conditions In
tho County were such that wo were
unable to hold the usual school fairs
whore the children's work could bo
oxhlblted nnd prfes awarded In the
iiRiia way, wo aro tuklng this moans
of showing tho children recognition
of their of ferts: This plan will not bo
followed In tho futuro, when wo ure
nblo to proceed regularly.
(hand tirlzu to boy and girl In,
County making highest score, trip to
Oregon Agricultural Collogo summer
Iluby Schrelner, Spring Lnko
School; Chnrles Shulnilro, Miller Hill
Garden club 1st. Jcnnlo Klchor,
Fort Klumath, War stump; 2nd Gon
ova Glenn. Mt. Lnkl, $1,00 thrift
stamps; 3rd Avis names, Fnlrviow
uehool, $3, SO thrift Htamp"! H
Mny Obenchaln. Hly,. $3,00 thrift
stamps; 5th Herbert Grnybncl, Clalq
School $2.50 thrift stamps.
Poultry Division 1. 1st. Edward
Cnckn, I.lbliy School, war stamp.
Poultry Division 2. 1st. Lot on Os
born, VlnHon school, war stnmp; 2nd.
Avis Xlnrncs, Falrvlow sclfool, $4.00
Unking 1st. Ollvo Mill, Merrill,
Wur stnmp; 2nd Idn Ilrlscdo, Foft
Klumuth, $4,00 thrift stamp; 3rd,
Hortlm Blehor, Fort Klamuth, $3.50
Bowing Division 1. 1st.
'""npl.r..y. Hum...or Hthool. War
, Hlfinin; ilml Agnui ISnmnn, l.ono IMno
Hrhool yi.uo tbrirt Miimp; 3rd Kthel
, Hchrnlimr, Hprlng l.uke bcIiooI, J3.Co!
thrift Htomp; 4th Nottlo Cnckn, t.lbby
hcIiooI, :i.O(l thrift ntainp: Oth. I
Joyce Hlgford, l.onn I'lne. 2.50 thrift
Ifiamllcriift lHt. Carlnv Knlliwi.
... ,, ... . . . ... .'
''"""' XN"r ,,"l'! 2nd. I.oddlo IlJ.
""'' "ini. i-i.mii tnrift htiinip.
Hlgliiii Hum Int. Chontcr Kit.
iniui, Lone I'lno ncIiowI. war Htnmp.
,, .... . K',
,. ', , P l.irullon Int. Nettle
,ckl1' ''"',,y Hch"ol, Wnrntnmp.
2,1,l. flrnc JcCloy, Henley, M.00
oiato.B- Int. Jerry Uujiiiih. Malln,
,, H ' '
'' tl",' '"Vlnlon 2. Int. Helen
C'nldwell, Keno, war ntamp. 2nd,
John Hooper, Midland, $4.00 thrift
,' , ...., ,., .- ,
Project cuiiiplotcd. KIroy Ander-
H"M. '")' J1-0" thrift ntnmp.i; 1-oUo
Hlgford. I.one I'lne ocbool, $1,00
social i:vi:.vr ok cxxamicd axd
r.VDKKCHIIIMI NATl'ltK MAKK8
HIT WITH TIIOHK I'llKSKXT.
TIIKD.V II AHA I'llKSKXT
I'liti Klrls decline that there mis
not a man present and It Is probably
n good thing Judging from little hlnt.s
of what was worn nnd what was not
worn. Keen detectives who were put
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I. u,.l..., ... LIHI.I l.,l.l'
"' o.ji.'n i, .,,.1 .- ui .ll. U...IIIIIH
bench to the ijneen of Ksklmos was
on display, but nobody know8 for
sure. Il Is generally understood that
Thcdu llara herself came In from
the sunny south laud to try out her
nit on some of the cold northern!
"pn," "This cause came regularly on" for
Judging from the wlord noises hearing before tho undersigned Judge
which proceeded from the house nnd'nt Chambers In Medford, Oregon, up-
the way those who attended behaved !?" ln1nnVdf!fVirrer ,Inn'1":
' . , . . complaint, plaintiff appearing by A.
tho ni'M day, It must hno been n I K. Kennies nd Harrison Allen, of
lingo Mieross. It was given by Mrs. this nttorneys. and defendants appear
Jns. Illshnp Foster on Alemcdu Street Ing by W. M. Duncan. W. S. Wiley,
on Tuesdiiv nlclit Mini I. II Klnrlrrf l
on Tuesday nlgbl. The guilty por
sons aions follews: Mrs. G. L. Kelly,
Mrs. Hoy Turbln, Ivu McLiiinhlln,
Dorthu Martin, Vovu Martin, Grnco
Honglnnd, Joslo Low, Fpruo' Hoag
Innd, Myitle Jones. Llllle Jones, Mrs.
Hardin Carter. Mrs. Loster Terwllll
ger, Ina Gould, (Initio Hlncs, Nova
Whltlatch, Mrs. Clyde Fox. Marjory
Gilscz, Mildred Durkc and Mrs. Jan.
LUMBER CUT FOR
1918 IS LOWER
PORTLAND. March C Lumber
cut In 1018 showed a slight' Increase
over tho procodlng year, according to
lumber census reports received up to
February 24 by District Forestor Geo.
H, Cecil. From 321 largo mills in
Oregon nnd Washington, 5,500,000,
000 bonrd feet worp cut.
In Oregon. 110 mills report 2,115,-
070,000 board foot. Which is 33,208,.'
000 feet less than In 1917. In Wash.l tlonil llmltntloii,"nll It would have
Ington, 205 mills roport 3,383,312,- to do would be to dip Into any special
000 foot n docronso of- 11 598 000 !funrt ",ul then ,ront U nB a lonn' ,evr
tiuu loot, n .tocrenso o i-i.oaa.uuu ro tnxeg Q rolnce )0 flmd mA
feet over the preceding yer. j tho fund then becomes a general
The returns nro not yet complete fund.
but practically nil tho lnrger mills
hnvo roported. Officials ure. anxious
to make tho census as complete as
possible been u no of tho expected In
crease In demand for lumber nnd urgo
that rcpoits bo sent In promptly so
that they may bo Included In tho final
tabulation of lumber cut for tho year.
KOCH DK.MAXDH HUX
COPENHAGEN, MARCH 5. Gnu
oral Fnch has demanded tho Immed
iate delivery of tho German merchan
tllu fleet regardless of tho question
of food supply, according to a dis
patch fiom Weimar.
GETS PRIZE VOn GOOD WORK.
H P. Thomas (he nnwu aeent was
pleasantly surprised this morning to
rocolve u fluo chest of "Community"
Silver from tlio Curtis Publishing
Company as a reward of merit for the
good work ho has done hero lu tholr
SUIT III COURT
Money Now Available for
Work in Hot Springa
DECISION BY CALKINS
Demurrer of Defendant In Action lo
Itentriiln (gCounly Court l-'iom
Npendliig Meno) on Hot Springs
Hlriicturc on (irouml That It Would
lie Dissipating I'iiihU, SuoUiinctl
"The mills of the gods grind, slow,
ly, but grind exceeding fine," apt
ly tells the story of the proceedings
In tho matter of the court house liti
gation. Today uuothcr decision has
been received from Judge Calkins,
and this one Is In favor of the coun
ty court. Charles I.oomls made ap
plication for nn Injunction to re
strain the county court from spend.
Ing any money out of the courthouse
fund for the Hot Springs courthouse,
on the grouiid that It was dissipating
this money, and It would have to be
replaced to pay tho contractor who
erected the building on block 33. A
d.,irr..r wiih flloil to tl.ls l.v II... n.
" ' " -V- "-
torneys representing the county
cnuil, nnd this demurrer was sus
tained, which Is equivalent to remov
ing nil restrictions J.hat were placed
on the county coup. Judge Calkins
' ?. HB uowonusn hiiu r.. u,
Blllott, their atterneys: nnd tho
court having sat and hoard the ar
guments of respective counsel, and
now being fully adWfVd in the prom
ises, It Is oiKlered that said demurrer bo
and heroby Is in nil things sustained;
and plaintiff Is given ten days in
which to further plead.
This Is followed with n memoran
dum somewhat In the nature, of an
explanation of his decision, which
rends us follews:
Meme: The plaintiff complains
that tho defendants will dissipate the
fund set apart for tho payment, of the
contract, to other purposes nnd that
It will then require n lovy against his
property to pay tho contractor. This
Is n conclusion of law and not an al
legation of fact, Whllo in ndwors vs
Neil the court treated tho fund tnken
from the road fund as a loan, It
scorns that It would roqulre little
thought to convince one that if tho I
county court could "dissipate' the
funds of n special fund nnd then lovy
n tax to replace It, that the limita
tions placed upon them by the con
stitution would bo entirely ovaded.
For If tho county court wished to
R,)nllli lllnr ,onev than thn rnnntltn.
EVIDENCE OF ANTEDILUVIAN
I1AYH WHICH WAS PLOWED UP
NEAR TOW IS SHOWN IX
WINDOW OF GUN 8TOHE.
The vortebrae of a prehistoric
mastodon measuring twenty-seven
inches across and weighing more
than twenty pounds, which was
plowed up some time ago, and which
has boon stored'ln tho cellar of tho
"Gun Store" hero, Is now on exhibi
tion in the show window of that es
tablishment, along with a tooth
which would look big lo the average
A number of menworo In tho ntore
Hwupplng yariiR n few ilnyx ago about
tho trcmendouH Hlzed anlmalK Unit
had been Keen and heard of, each
in a n nprcudlng It on a little more
when It became hl turn. Harney
Chamber, tho proprietor, listened
for a while In dlngunt, nnd then after
calling thorn all liars, ho went Into
the cellar and produced the npeclmen
above mentioned. He silenced the
Tho big vertabrae bono was plowed
up by II. Rudolp, who now resides In
tho Merrill district, about three miles
from Klamath Falls. The big tooth
wan found by Clay Ilnlllff near Lost
Chumbers alszo lias on exhibition
nn otter measuring five feet and nine
Inches from tip to tip, which was
brought In with twenty-nine mink a
few dnys ago by Eugene Spencer of
IHG MACIIIXK WHICH WILL HE
USKI1 IX TUB EXfKXHIVE
HOAI) I'ltOGItAM DL'ItlNU COM
IXCJ SBASOX HAS AHItlVKI)
One sign of the coining road-build
ing activity in Klmunth Falls is noted
in the arrival Monday night of the
big seventy-five horse-power Ilest
tractor, which has recently been pur
chased by the county, and which will
bo used In road construction this
year. The new machine was bought
nt a cost of something over $6,000. A
big grader has also been received.
More than $100,000 is available in
the road fund this year for road pur
poses, and this with tho state and
federal money which Is expected to be
socured, will go a long way toward
putting the roads of the county in
shapo to attract outside tourists and
for tho convenience of the residents
NEW ESPEE AGENT
B. A. Tuttlo, tho genial agent for
tho' Southern Pacific Company who
has been temporarily in chnrgc of the
local offlco since tho departure of S.
It. Ilerry, a few wo.eks ago, will be
relieved this evening on the nrrlval
of C. M. Douglas from Anderson, Cali
fornia, and who will be the perman
ent agent here In the futuro.
Mr- Tuttlo will return in a few days
to tho Dispatchcis' office at Duns
m ul r .
Harvey Young, a young man from
Mncdoel, who was brought In night
before last to the hospital here and
underwent an operation yesterday
at tho hands of Dr. G. A. Mnssey, Is
reported to be getting along today as
well as could be exported. The pa
tient was very 111 with pneumonia
and tho operation wus made on his
lung. His mother, Mrs. R. J. Young
is with him here.
HAVE MEETING HERE
Tho regular monthly meetings of
the directors of the I.angell Volley
Irrigation District and the Entei prise
Irrigation District woro held Tuesday
afternoon In tho office of Attorney
Charlos J. Forguson. Stops were
takon by tho Langoll Vnlloy Direc
tors to secure tho co-oporatlon of
the' United States Reclamation Scrv
ico toward bringing the water from
Cloar Lake, California, to the Oregon
Stato line. At vtlio mooting, of the
Enterprise directors, matters rotating
tn right of way, were considered.
J, A, Maddox has returned from
Portland, where ho has been for
some tlmo on matters of business'
WORDS OF PRAISE
FOR KLAMATH BOY
1 The best kind of a testimonial re
garding the record of Morris C. I
Graves, who has.liecn for nearly two,
years In tho naval service, has Just
been received by his mother, Mrs.
Charles Graves, of this city, from
the Lieutenant Commander of tho IT.
S. 3. Saturn, on which the young man
is sailing. The letter Is written from
'the Island of Guam, on February 3d,
and mailed at Honolulu.
"Dear Mrs. Graves-'-Your son, Mor-i
rls C. Graves, has been attached to'
this vessel since June. 19 17. In fh.it i
period ho has served In the ratings of.
seamnn second class, seaman and cox-j
Rwnln. He has shown marked ability.
and has a bright future in the naval :
service, snouia no cnoose tne navy as
a career. He is In line for promotion j
through the various ratings to chief.
petty officer, should he remain in the!
"Feeling assured of your Intcrcstj
In this testimonial of your son's wel-i
fare, I am, Very sincerely yours,
"Lieutenant Commander, U. S. Navy,
"WASHINGTON, March 6. President
Wilson's first trip to Europe cost him
in the neighborhood of $2,000 out of
his own pocket.
Tbe president was unable to make
any great bestowals, such as that of
President Polncare. of $20,000 to
servants of the czar in Petrograd or
$10,000 to the royal household of
The president's money was scat
tered in "small" tips of $25 and $50
to porters In trains, at hotels and In
tho palaces lie visited. He also spent
considerable nioney in buying susten
ance for attendants for Mrs. Wilson,
himself and his staff.
In Rome the president was politely
Informed it was customary for visit
ing rulers to contribute $10,000 for
a fund for the poor of the city. Per
sons In the president's party say he
was somewhat taken aback at the
news, but replied that if he made
such a present he would have to take
the monoy from his own pocket. This
he did not feel able to do.
CHANGE IS- MADE IN OFFICERS.
PERMANENT LEASE TAKEN ON
ROOMS NOW OCCUPIED IN
U. II, Dunbar was chosen as vice
president of the Klamath Chapter of
the Red Cross at a meeting of the
Executive Committee yesterday to
take the place of H. D. Mortenson,
who resigned from this office.
It was decided to take a permanent
lease on the quarters now .occupied
In tho Worden" Building, so that It
will not be necessary to move again.
A call from the mllltnry camps for
dish towels wag presented and -a move
will bo mado here to help supply this
demand. All those who can spare
some" of these articles are asked to
leave them at tho Red Cross Rooms.
A move to assist tho returning sol
diers, who lack means, of securing
rooms and othor accomodations was
instituted, and this work will be look,
ed after by tho Home Sorvlco Com
mittee Thoso who might be in need
of assistance of this kind, aro asked
to communicate with ,W. O. Smith
or Mrs. O. W. Robertson.
Jim Shlmniar, who has been wanf
ed on a statutory charge by the au
thorities of Siskiyou county for some
time and who was located at the Mo
doc Lumber Company at Chtloqulu
!is arrested thoro Tuesday by Sher.
iff George Humphrey and Sheilff
Ca'.Mns of Siskiyou nnd brought to
this city. He waa hold lieu Tuesday
night and taken to Callf-viila eater
day morning by (be Siskiyou official.
RED CROSS TO
Jugo Slavs and Czecho-SIo-vaks
U. S. TAKES A HAND
Amciic.ui Gmcrnment Threateas to
Cut Off It Supplies to Italy Valest
Her Altitude Toward New Rfmb
lli U Changed Bitter Criticism
Heard at Conference.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 6
Italy has been warned by the Ameri
can government that unlesshe puts
an end to the delays In movements
of relief supplies to the newly estab
lished Jugo-Slavic and Czecbo-Slavlc
States, steps wljl be Immediately tak
en to cut off the flow of American
foodstuffs to Italy.
PARIS, March 6. The British and ,
French delegates have been bltterlj
outspoken In the Supreme War Coun
cil in the critlcism'of the Food block
ade which the Italian government has
been maintaining -against Dalmatta,
Bosnia, Hersegovina, Croatia, and
These new democracies which have
been built from the old Austrian em.
plre are relied upon the Entente as
a protection against the Bolshevik
wave and the food shortage Is, no
creating chaos there. This situation
Is such that American Relief work
has bVen stopped. It Is entirely de
pendent upon Ue United States for
her food staples and is receiving cre
dits In order to make her purchases.
BEND PLANNING TO
BEND, Oregon. 'March 6. More
than four miles of street Improve
ments to cost between $100,000 and ,
$2,000,000 will be made by the city
of Bend during the coming sprlnr
and summer. As a beginning to fi
nance the work a contract has been
entered into for the sale of $40,000
In 10-j ear 6 per cent bonds at par
to the Lumbermen's Trust company
The improvements are to Include
grading, surfacing with volcanic chl
ders, and the construction of cement
walks on at least one side of each
street. The work will be done un
der the Bancroft bonding act.
KLAMATH WOMAN TO
LIVE IN PORTLAND
.. ... o 1..,n urlin llflfl rA-
3irs r I ciauuciBui. --v - --
sided in this city ior many years has
decided to give up her fine residence
at Tenth and Pine Streets and to re
side lu Portland Ui the future. She
has disposed of the house furnish
ings and expetts to leave in a abort
time. He. departure will be regret
ted by a iry largo number of Klam
ath Falls friends.
Tho Sandeison nome in "" --
ed by C A. Plath of the Star Druf
... ......I.,, thara lodar.
Company who is iuuw.it, - -
. w,i..i M.I.A S. The Bol-
shovlk forces continue to pih tbe
offensive against the Amef can n
Allied troops on me "" -
miles In South Archanjel TM l
lies have evacuated tn villa .,
Vesvlloukwa. j .
ORKGOX CASUALTV UST TODAY.
Pvt. Theodore n. Berg, D.lla. wound-
PvtrlncrJnauto, PortUM, wud
ed suveroly, , -