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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1919)
oTij? immma Herald
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth Year -No. 3,565
OK P. 0. HEAD
Burleson May Fight Phone
Raise in CourU
Afu f iii.iiiiiioti-r tJi'iionii in i".
rlnrlng Chang.' I" m Rule-
Which Went Into Kffwt I" Jmiiwry
mil no wii.'"i
mMhii to Bring Suit I- Glwn.
WASHINGTON. I). '.. March 10.- -
The nctlnu of I'lmtiiiintnr Oonorul oftlrcrn uhouril. The accident occur
Durlnon III iiuthmlxlng tho rtiauKn . r.,j 0 t, 0UtMUIrtK (if thn city It In'
p. tho tclpplioiio tariff's which won n,0vw, ,lml ,, r , , Wljri)!
into effect In January nml which hnv.j ,iJurMl. Thn IiIk piano landed In !
youtht forth urh a storm or mi-
rim lliriiout the nation h to bo froli-l
(I at to 1U legality III thn courlf,
I'rordltiK to nil niiiiouiirniiu'iit made!
Klnt steps to hao thn suiuemo
court determine whether the post
miter Ccncral Ii.in tho nuthnifty
r. H the rules within the Htatoi wore
oldenccd In the filing of tlm motion
ij tho Ktntn of Kaiisis asking per
Ulon to limlltuto criminal pro.nrd
luc In the Court against Burleson.
WIipii the chnngo In thn rates was
flrt announced, li wiih Intllcuted that
It would be in the nature of n rctluo.
Hon, but nclunl operation haj made
It ipi'.irent that thn tolls woro nitm-il
rather than lowered. Tho boslc me
tl.odg of flguilug rites woro chnngo'l.
uvi: Winn iito.M jacksox cou.v.
TV IS l,ATr.ST KCCHUIT TO
IIA.NKS OF KLAMATH J()OI)
Tho influence of tho Cood lloadi
Association Is extemllng to tho City
of Medford mid has drawn Into Its
membership none other than (loin-go
T CoIUiib, iminagor of tho TMiihoii,
Ehrmnii & Couipany's brmcli woU
ala Imiiiio In that motropollH. Tho
Allocution may feci flattcrod In luvv
nR Mr. Colllim im a moiiiliur. lie Is
one of tlm i oil Iho wireB of Botith
rn OroRon He It was, more thun
ny other one man. who landed tho
loer height rates that Imvn done
lomucli io make Medford tho whole.
le center of Roiithern Oregon, Al.
jeaiiy Im Ih Irving to do tho samo for
Klimatli FuiiH, and tho Herald will
er on hu ociaslon to pi-nHont to.
renuer.1 tlm losnlts of his efforts'
'nB thnt llm, Following H,0 let
im received bj tin, licuild from Mr.
-owns nnd In rospoiisn thoroto Ida
"'mo has )PPI1 0,0UMi lH mom)or
tlie AsKoclatlon ad ,l0 cr,i for.
tdei to hlur
"if li i. i..ii.i. , ...... . .
il out nf fi,,....i A "rJi.. "0.1,. ." to
Ste wz rzx?
tkoek for 1 lo cior tho fSC
"Wo am nskiiiL' out- lonjl nianacnr
tSw$m& Mr-oWHr,, ":,nm,m'n9 th.nl.hu
th Fnlls Iirancli of Maion, lOlirmnn will he glad to assist unyouo who has
oiffinny "",l w" W,H1 nl thls t,n, trouble in following this formula, und
offft:;,,T?,,n;Vil',,,?t,i;n0,ty0rurnaor BJr to pIM.. it they will
mi;.. -"' "inu in mo ruturo. Wn ail.
MUJUur K'-Eot-em aplrlt."
J R1?VAH) M,;n
I TO SI
RBAItlr, Marclu 10.-Tho
I 2lm "0 to rtopon hero to
; "rrow, th0 mmi wh0 linvo bcon
J ut n (ho big .triko hlvlng vot.
coV"n,lm,l ,0 Work' Tl,o To
tow and Abordoou yards are
aVI n8umo oporatlona,
TOMORROW EVE I
To moot bur hoii Wilbur Cmtwond
wlio in expected In tomorrow nu lit
(i tun horvico m the l'. H. Ktoaiuwlilp,
I'ronu'tlioiiH, whoru ho him been In
wvlco nn n shipwright during the
war, Mrs. M. 1-2. Eastwood arrived
Hitiirdiiy nftimiogii from Merrill. Win
mi lil thnt the miiuIr worn In such
hIiiiiki thnt mIio wanted to bo xurn
nnd gel horn on tlm.
Ilor con who htm JiiHt been honor
ably illM-hurged from thn Hcrvlro luifi
brim of uiitiKiinl vnlnu to tliu govern
tilont, according to n letter which wu
received a Hhnrl time ago liy thn of
flror In command or tho ship, which
Klvo pralao of Iho hlKhoKt onlnr to thn
young tmilt'H iihlllty nml character.
BIG PLANE FALLS
WITH SEVEN MEN
ELIZABETH. N. J.. .Mnrcli It) A
Rovurninoiit iilrliiiiii on roiito to I'hll
ndolphlii from thn plant of tliu Stand
aril Aircraft comimny Imru, phini;oi
t the around with iibout siivim army
bw, or ,,, ,,y , ,,, ((f hlr,ic(.
Sfl'KUIOIHTY OF I.OCAI. FI.OtMt
IS SHOWN IN F.FFOIIT OF M)-
CM, MAN WHO IS NOVICI2
HAKIXti FOItMUUA (2IVI2X
That Curoy Itanishy of this city
could catch u trout where thoru Is J
una to bo cuuglit, and that ho could.
fry It over a ramnllrn In ., wuv that !
i-ould tempt tho daintiest palate, Ih u
fact generally rocoguliod among his
lends here. However, his uhllltles
us a clicf hnvo liuoit generally be
llovcd to have stopped hero, nml the
news that he can hake light bread on
u par with tliu best housewives of thn
city will ciiiini um a surprise to miiny. tif taton. Wostorn spruce possesses
Ho has been doing this, liowqyor, nil tho good qualities of tho Now Eng
in the laboratory of tho Martlri tiros', niu Hpruco und bocauso of Its larg
mill, with tho flour manufactured or growth may be cut to bettor ad
thoro, using tho government formula,1 viintago, say officials of tho West
mid has been gottlng tho best of
Yesterday ho baked u loaf at
his home without the uso of scales,
anil tho result which Is shown here
today Is n mighty, big boost for Klant
nth raised wheat and Klamath pro
Tho formula on which It was pro-'
pared and which Is recommended by!
J, 1), Howard, who hns charge of tho
big Martin mill, for home use, Is as1
Ono quart of water, II ounces or It i
tiihleMpooici of sugar, II ii to 3
pounds of Hour, 1 ounce of youst and
tho si'iun amount of Halt. Tho wuter'
and sugar must bo brought to 84 F. '
Tho sugar thoroughly dissolvod In
the wator, which will now bo ready to
rocolvo tho yeast; during this time all
tho other IngredlcntH must he brought
to it temperature of 84 F. Tho yeast
is now uddod to tho water and sugar,
I und loft to grow from ten to -thirty
, minutes. At tho end of this time tho
spongo Is mudo up, using uhout two-
thirds of tho Hour. l.ouvo tho spongo
sot 2 V, hours at 84 F thon work
Always mix tho salt into tho Hour,
l,ovor ,nto tno I"'R or water.
.can in uiu nun
KX'ICMY I'KACKMAKICIIS TO
I1AVI2 KXI'KflT ADVICi:.
II1SRLIN, March 10. It Is bollovod
hero that preliminary peace nogotlu.
(Ions may begin at Versailles about
Match twentieth. Tho Gorman 'or
oiffti minister Ib now arranging for a
small narty of business men to ne-
company the Gorman commercial
oommlsalonora as export advisors,
LADIES' GYM CLASS I
. AT BOYS' CLUB1
An Invltiitloii linn been extended
to business mid professional men to
take ndvnntngo of tho offer to Join
thn gymnasium connocti'd with tho
boys club, thn Instructor of which
nro McBHrs, Htprlzinuullor, Leonard
itml Wills. Tho Instructions are free.
Wednesday ovenlng has been not
imlilo exclusively for the ladies. Vlsl
torn mo wnlromo lit all tlnio. Tomor
low evening tho boys will nerve
(In in chowder.
NEW STENOGRAPHER IX TOWX.
MIkh Nora Itlnker, sister of Mm.
Waller Vim Kinon of this city nr
rtvod Saturday evening from San
Friinelico, where hIio has resided for
thn pant year and Ii.ih taken a posi
tion as stcnogrnpjHO- In IMr. Van
Emon's Law office, She will reside at
thn Van i: m on home In Hot Springs
1'OltTI.ANU. March 10. The West
Omit Lumbermen's association has
arranged to open an offlco In New
York city for tho purpose of secur
ing a sham of tho Now Kngland lum
ber tinilu. This offlco will bo In
chat gn of ChoBtor J. Ilngue, who has
been Oregon secretary of the associa
tion since I'na, with offices In Port
land. Mr. Hoguo will leave for tho
onat soon, first lsltlng tho annual
oxposltlon of American railway ap
pliances ut Chicago and going direct
from thorn to New York.
Tho lumber market of New Kng
land has depended hrgely upon local
spruco unrt hemlock and on yellow
I'1"0 from tho south for Its supply,
Tl" va,u,! "f Now KBlnl BPruco
fr l"l'or 1H "w " I'ractlcally
I withdrawn that wood from use as
' lumber nml the mtpply of southern
pine Is becoming loss each season.
I These conditions, coupled with the
excellent nd vol Using glvcn,west coast
liinil'or during tho war, opcii r. splon-
i did market for northwestern spruco,
f .....1 l.....1nl. I.. lkA Vy.tl, tllnti
jlll, tlllll VIIIIln 111 kllU iUI ll blllll
re-.Coist association. The same Is truo
f western homlock.
U. S. PLANNED
STAIITMXU FACTS HF.GAHIUNG
AXAHCHISTIC MOVK IIIIOUOIIT
IIKFOHK SKNATi: COMMITTKK
AT IIKAItING TODAY
WASHINGTON, D.C.rMarch 10,
Solicitor flonoral Lamar of tho post
oineo department told tho senato
propaganda committeo thnt tho 1. W.
W., anurchtsts and socialists wero
now norfoctlng an organisation to
"row l,,u B-vornmont by means
" ,,,oo,,y, rT1,,t,ou, "d to T'
llnh a bolshovlk ropubllc. according
,( information which hart boon gained
through mull thnt had heon soUed,
ni:m' sToiti-: to ofkn.
F, U. Patrick who Is equipping a
now nuto accessory storo at tho corn
er of ICIghth and Main Streets now
has nearly all. his goods in shapo
and expects to open his doors to thoH
public oirly this wook,
KliAMATII MAN HKtFASKD
I'nOM HUN IMIIHOX, CAMP.
OTTAWA, March 10 The overseas
casuully list, of the repatriated prls
oners from Germany, today contains
tho ntuno of II, Ki Hmlth of Klamath
1ST M T
OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1919
TO THE DALLES
Portland Gets Behind Pro
COMMISSION IS COMING
V'vitr That Kliutiiitli nml liki Colin-
low May Seccilo From State liy Htvi
hon of Xcglcct Causes Altuost
Unltcil Hupport for High way Hun
nlng North From Klnmath.
The Portland Chamber of Com-
( mcrco is getting back of 'the proposed
I highway from The Dalles to the Cali
fornia line, and at a meeting of the
I board of directors, held In Portland
j Friday evening, a strong stand was
liken on tills question, ns Indicated
by the following from the Oregon
lau of Saturday:
"A strong stand was taken for the
roadbullding demands of the counties
of Klamath, Lake, Deschutes, Jeffer
son, Sherman and Wasco, with the
fear expressed that Lake and Klam
ath counties. Isolated from tho re-
imnlndcr of Oregon by highway re
strictions, may secede and unite with
California unless prompt action Is
"In a resolution unanimously
adopted the state chamber directors
urged that Tin Dalles to Klamath
toad, for which provision was made
In the' $6,000,000 bond Issue of
1917, recoivo the Immediate attention
of tho highway commission "toward
the construction of this most-needed
"This resolution asked that the
slate highway commission Institute
an Investigation of tbo needs of tho
several counties and "offer such rom-
edy ns Is In tholr power." It further
declared that tho counties Interested
In The Dalles to Klamath road had
vory properly presented their claims
"to a just share, not only of the $6,-
000,000 bonding fund, but of the
subsequent fund provided under the
$10,000,000 bonding act and tho
"lloth Mr. nooth and Mr. Tnomp
son of the highway commission ap
peared before the melng and gave
assurance that the road from The
Dalloa to the California line would
be taken care of in tho present year's
programme, or so much as could be
expeditiously handled, niey also toiu
tho state chamber directors that the
Ashland, Klamath Falls and Lake
view highway would be taken care of
"Mr. llooth who Indicated to tho
meeting thnt he would reconsider his
Intent to resign from the highway
commission, said that the had ar
ranged a meeting with tho county
courts of Klamath and Lake counties
to bo held some time the coming
wook, when tho exact route would bo
"Both highway commissioners re
minded tho R tn to chamber that -the
only reoBon tho road from Tho Dalle?
to the California lino had not been
started before was the fact that a
troublesome Injunction suit had held
up the project. They declared that
this had been generally forgotten rind
that tho commission had been un
justly blamed for delay, while its
members wore nil In favor of going
ahead with tho construction,"
Slnco Friday Tho Herald has had
tho question of tho Highway Conurils
slon coming to' Klamath up by wire
with County Surveyor, C. T. Darloy
and Senator Dnldwln, and both men
aro working tooth nnd pnll to bring
tho commission to this city nnd good
progress has been made tn this di
rection, Tho question or the date
of tho Coming of tho Commissioners
has not been definitely sottlcd, and
an offort Is being made to havo tt
eat for next week, Judgo Bunnell Is
absent from the city and will not bo
back for ten1 days, Defore he loft ho
got Into communication vlth th
county Judge of Lake county, nd
succeeded in getting that official to
agree to come to Klamath Falls on
any day next week that may bo tot
for the .meeting, and If It can be ar
ranged to got the Commission to
coiho here then, there will be started
tbe road-building program of Klam
ath under most auspicious circuit)-stances
GOES TO PORTLAND
Lieutenant Leland Haines has ro -
fnlvnfl lilu .llcir.lia t.... fct... ,1... ...Ill
w..v. ..., utnvunihu .,uiu uiu II1IJI-
tnry scrvico at the Officer's Training
Camp at Fort Monroe, Vliglnla, and The barber shop which operated for
will leave for Portland In a few days, t many years next door has been dls-
where ho bus accepted a position with ' continued and thin room Is being re
I the Standard Oil Company Mcutcn-' modeled by Hobs Nlckerson, the He
,nnt Hnlnes .was among the first of proprietor, and will be added, to the.
tne Klamath Fall.s boys to enlist at
the outbreak of the war. Since re
celvlng his commission last March
ho has been Instructing officers at
I'KAVK AFTKIt YISIT.
Mr. and Sirs. W. H. HIbbert, who
have been visiting hero for tho past
two months at the home of their son,
Irving from tholr home at Pittsburg
left on tbo train this morning for
Hilt. California, where they will
spend some time with their other son,
J. K. HIbbert.
PORTLAND, March 10. Oregon's
bonded indebtedness, which Includes
the obligations of tho state, counties,
cities, school, reclamation and port
districts, amounts now to upproxl
mately $60,000,000, with proipects
or tho total running to $90,000,000
by tho end of this year. The aggre
gate Is larger probably than tho aver
age property owner and taxpayer has
believed to bo possible
Three years ago tho total bonded
indebtedness of Oregon communities
was about $54,000,000. Since then
the amount or municipal bonds out
standing ror street and other im
provements benefitting abutting prop
erty hns been substantially decreased
without the Issuance of new bonds of
this class, but tliu total of general ob
ligation bonds outstanding hns been
Increased by the Issuance of several
million dollars of state and county
highways, port Improvement and Irri
gation district construction securities.
The nnnuul interest charges on the
total of public bonds now outstand
ing amount to about $3,000,000, and
requirements for sinking funds nro
ror a total fully ns large,, so that ap
proximately one-tenth of tho .people s
bonded Indebtedness must be raised
by taxation each year. The same rules
will apply generally If the bond debt
grows to $00,000,000 by tho end of
.1UIMH-: CALKINS OVKItltL'I.F.S
PLAINTIFF'S DKMUltltKU TO
DKFKXDANT8 ANSWFK IN IHO
COUItT ilOUSF. Sl'lT
Tho demurrer of the plaintiff filed
ngalnst tho defendant's answer In
tho case jif Klamath County vorsua
J. M. Dougan ot al, has beon overrul
ed In n decision Just received from
Judgo F, M, Calkins of Medford.. Tho
.suit In question Is the action of tho.
County for tho recovery of tho money,
spent In the construction ot tho Court
House ou Block Thirty five. Tlie do
clslon Is a point In faviir of tho de
fendant's of tho suit nnd will ncccssl.
tato tho county replying to tho
amended answer ot tho defendant's
which Is announced "will bo done In
tho spoclflod limit of twenty days.
The decision was given on March
IIOMI-2 FItOM SOUTH.
Mr. and Mrs, 11, C. Groosbock wore
among tho train arrivals last ovenlng.
Mj-s. Groosbock andvr children havo
been spending tho wlntor months
with friends and relatives in the
south and thoy woro met on their re-
turn by Mr, Groesbock at San Francisco,
OREGON IS NOW
IN DEBT ABOUT
! ON LOCAL CAFE
j A Btibstantlal Improicmerit to the
fi r,.... i.. . .. r-,..,,. t ft ...,.
IUJA lilltj UUlWfUll OlJiLII UIIll UVOIlllI
Streets on Main is now being made.
room already In use
FOK SIXTY I).VS.
KANSAS CITY, March 10. The
medical fraternity of Kansls City Is
baffled by one of the most unusual
coses In tho history of medical .science
In the Middle West. A 16-year-old
girl Is unconscious has been so
nearly two months and there Is ap
parently no sign of her regaining con
sciousness. Eleven weeks ago Miss
Adelaide O'Dowd, daughter of Mlch-
ael J. O'Dowd, was stricken with!
typhoid fever. The first few weeks!
the case seemed to take a normal
course. On' January 10 she lapsed Into
iinconsciousnea? from which she has '
not awakened. Every known means of
bringing back consciousness has been'The ,.ortl3n(I chamber of Commence
uncu it J uvi iii;oiliiiii iuh iw ij caun,
Heh heart beats are normal, he de
clares, while her temperature has
never been unusual In any way, nor
lias her respiration been alarming.
WILL APPEAIl THIS EVENING IIE
FOKi: BUSINESS MEN'S MEET
ING .VHHOWN OPEN TO PUBLIC
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
One of tho topics of Importance
which will be discussed at the meet.
Ing of the Klamath Falls Business
Men's Association following the re
gular dinner at the Moose Hall this
ovenlng will be the Oregon State
Chamber of Commerce at which Mr.
D. E. Yoran of Eugene will be pres
ent. The State Chamber is to make a
state wide drive over Oregon this
week Tor new members and Sir.
Yoran is here In the Interest or this
Hearing of' his arrival President
Leslie Rogers of the Association has
Invited him to talk to the business
men as this will probably bo the best
opportunity ho would have to get
before 'them as a body. Tho nature
of development which is being un-
.l..,,,!., 1... tlilo Mi.nnni.llva lintlv
will be outlined at this time -and
many of tho local mpn who have ex
pressed a desire to learn what Is the
purpose of tho body and whereby
Klimatli is to bo benefitted will bo
able to get the information first
Mr. Yoran Is ono of the merchants
of Eugene nnd Is intensely Interested
In seeing his homo town and his state
devoloped in ovary way possible. Ho
believes that a statewide organiza
tion whore no ono locality can swing
unduo' Influence can bring things ot
this kind about more rapidly than
any othor way and for this reason
he has become very enthusiastic over
tho new enterprise.
Mr. Rogers has announcod that
the meeting tonight will be thrown
open to tho public at eight o'clock" so
that all those who are interested
may he.u Mr, Yornn's talk.
PORTLAND, March 10.-
Judgo Wolvortbn fined .1, At Nichols,
a colored porter $'230 nnd sentenced
him to six mouths In jail for bring
ing in fifteen suitcases of liquor from
BALFOUR TO RESIGN.
LONDON. March 10. Arthur .1.
Balfour, secretary of Forolgn affairs
In tho ministry .of Premier Lloyd
George will retlro at tho close of
the Peaco Conference. Tho Evening
Standard says ho will bo succeeded
by Earl Qui son, president at tho
Council and government house loadov
In the IlQusa ot Lordsi
MM N T WN
Price, 5 cent
- in 1 1 a dm
Railroads and Highways Are
PLAIN FACTS GIVEN
S nut or Ihililuin anil George Collins
Went Before Portland Chamber of
( omnioiic at Xoon Today, nnd
IVIntiil Out What In Being Loit to
PORTLAND, March 10 (Special)
j is getting ready to do something to
I help Klamath Falls get the Natron
i cut-off and Its share of the money
j that has been appropriated for the
j construction of permanent highways.
A meeting of the Chamber was held'
today, at which State Senator Bald
win of Klamath Falls and George T.
Collins of Medford -were present for
the purpose of urging the member
to get back of the movement.
Senator Baldwin detailed the (Iglit
that Klamath Falls has made toT"
jears to secure a direct connection",
with this city via the Natron cut-off.
He pointed out tbe great advantage
It would be to Portland and plainly
told those present that the people ot
Klamath- were not satisfied with the
efforts that were put forth in the'
pait by the people of Portland to aid
iu the construction of this lino or,
tho Straliorn road. He also called at-
i tcntiou to tho constitutional amend
ment passed by the last legislature,
which permits counties to tote bonds
jip to six per cent of their a&sessed
valuation, and asked business men of
Portland to get back of this amend
ment so that tho counties of Eastern
Oregon would be In j position sj
Senator Baldwin was followed by
George T: Collins, Medford manager
of the Mason. Ehrnian & Company
branch, and he amazed those present
by tho presentation of Tacts, showing
to them the immense value of the
business 'originating in the Klamath
country. He read the' followjng tele
gram, sent him by C. F. Wlnnek.,
chaiimun of the committee of the.
Business Men's Association of Klam
ath Fulls, and which Is compiling
! J:ltl1 !Ue "rla" of the NalV
. ron ellt-ofIL
.- .. . . .-,
"Klamath Falls Business Men'sjSWj
soclation Is urging tbe Portland
Chamber of Comme'rce to urge.Jhe'
Southern Pacific company to, com
plete the Natron cut-off. Shipments
from Klamath Falls for 1918 were,
box shuuty 2407 cais, lumber 1371,
cars, lUo stock 10S1 canvmlscellan,
eous 530 cars. The collectlonsibyahls
company aUts office In this city for
mis weroSl.22$.000. There was
shipped to this station during 1918
si million dollars 'worth of merchan
dise." ' ,v
These figures amazed' those 'pres
ent and had an electrifying .effect,
Pmtland wautn Isome of thai, six .
million dollars worth of merchandise,
and the members realized, tnafK the
Natron cut-off s constructed to Khun
nth Falls, this city will have .a big
ndvuutigo oor any other Paclfjc
Coast city for (his Immense business.
.Mr. Collins also pointed out .thnt
there has been a great dlscrlinlnsr
.. ... . .!.. f mien, resulting
llOll in UtH inpm' -.i
n a big handicap against Tgrtland.
Tho sentiment of tnose .
was that the time Is nt hand when
Portland must get In and "Cure for
Klamath that to which It 1 Jl" '
and from now on there will be MSr
cortcd move to get' the South rn
Raciflc company to build w
Highway Commissi to allot ?
fund, to tarry to completion J J
road program Klamath' b" r
HOME FROM "BERKELEY.
daughter Jean, arrived Wt. g
thoy have bn rmfl&-3VS