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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1919)
(ftij? luimf nn Herald
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth Year No. 3,567
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1919
HOOVER TO SOON '
END PUBLIC WORK
I'AIIIfi, Murcli 12 (by Hi.' An
Korlnlod Press) -Tlmt lleiimrl Hoov
er, tlni American food inltiiliilitltiilur
iiml htoly appointed dim tor uonord
of Din Interallied relief organization,
In to rcimo IiIk relief work In IN
Niiimiinr was Indicated In tiilcmciit
Issued liy Hooter lomotiilng tin
j wheat Mlluillmi Hu Intimated tlml
ii liliijoilty or Ills u WOlilOIN n1 III
would t fl urn to 'irhui'i llfo.
Hponklng of witl'im problems con
iioctod with tlni wli.ir i.i'uiitloii, Mr
Hi, over nIU tliuy wo'ild need to ho'
MllVl( I))- HOIIII) Illl'l l,!e, "heCI'IKo!
linltlllT lllHif, 1101 lilOKt Oi' till' IIIVM
In tlm fiiiul tiilnilnhtriii'mi, will tio
nhlo to continue Ii llin anrvUu Jf
If BE OPEN
RE TO IRK
j The llrralil will pay gun reward
for Information leading to the nrrewt
iiml conviction of mijoiic caught
Mealing copies of tin ll-riill nfli'r
their delivery to MibscrlbcrN. TIiIh
pnirtlco. of Mealing papi-rN, cpci-lully
nlmiK -Multi Mrrct, lias ri-arlinl Mirli
proportion that tli Herald Ik going
In Mop It, nnil with that end In lo
Ii offering till reward.
END OF ITS LABOR
REFUSE TO GO
Recommendation Is Made to
AHltw tn M"'' 1'rciMlnm of lllilnc
Willi""! llNirliiilnnlloli, l Kwinn
inrmliil I') t'liiiiiiiloiloM Kiel Cn
mil Open AH N'iIIiiiii In Time of
IVnrc icriiuin Ovtu mill Operate.
1'Alt IS. Mn rili 12 - Itotonimcudu
tlouttlml tin.' navigation of tint Ithlne
kmixwil In the Allied union with- HTIIOMHIOI.DS IN NOHTII
LONDON, . March 12, Tho Evcn-
Ing News nays tho Premier Lloyd
Oeorgo has sent word that the Peace
Conference Is now nearly completed
and that the draft of the peace treaty
Ih to he finished and signed by the
end of March.
SOLDIEK HACK FIIOM FKANCE
Wee, 5 cenfc
1. i ii. i
BOLSHEVIK JWE '
i OEUEi IE
Good Roads Meeting
SHEEP DENIED PEKMIT
TO CKOSS KESEKYATION
. .Take Law Into Their Own
Hands on High Seas
-. . ... .. .-.., ... Biff Rnnrri Rn,..J I it i
I iurjiorui i.uuih &. iwciiure, son oi . uuiiucq up JO
.Mrs. .Mary it. .Mccture of this city,' WiVrii. V
( has returned from France, where ho
has been Identified with the Second,
1 Field Artillery. He was discharged I
Hie government nfur i.nxt July
"W iiIko, intiHt cm n a living, '
' WASHINGTON, I). C. March 12.
I Indian Commissioner Cnto Sells has
1 don led tho. application of tho Central'
RECEPTION IS PLANNED Oregon Wool Grower's Association CAPTAIN THREATENED from the serV,Ce at lhe 8i,nie tlme as
I for a trull across the Warm Springs , I Frank M,lls of thls city but stopped
Uosorvntloii due to tho fact that the f ! f,,r a two weeks' visit with his siat.v,
Mrs. Margery Gallagher at Willow,
SPARTACANS ON I
trail crossed the tax land alloted to;
HiilMliK-t at Whit.. Pelican Hotel Has ,M0 ' Individually and that It ' Tr.lllM,r, Or,ere, Hack In EnK-
i nuuiu uu uiipoHHioio io gei ino con-'
sont of all tho Indians affected. This
would savo sixty miles of trail for'
20,000 head of sheep whlch must
now go by way of llend. I
Hail to He Almmliinctl Highway
('oiniiiUiioiieni and .Senator Haiti
lit to lie Kiifertiiliicd at Dinner at
Kill Temple Mii'tliiK Kollowliig. '
out illcrliiiliiiitliin wio made In a ro
jiort tu thu Peace t'onrerencii by tho
Communion on the International He. j
nutation of Waterways, Hallways and
rutt. It was miKgeiiteil In tho re-
loit lilrli jib reiiil Unlay, that Hip,
llhlno be lonlrolled by n CoiuiiiIhsIoii
Jlmllar to the Diniibe Comnilsslon. ' I.ONHON. . March 12. Tho govorn
Thr Ntntim of the Kiel Canal has been '"" troops In llnrlln liuvu mucin con
ellltil on ii basis of the fieelom of "bilirubin progress since yesterday In
lit ute for all nations for merchant demolishing the Spartnran strong
Mpii or vwimIiIiv In tlmn of peace. I holds In the northern and custom
Tim mini would continue under sections of tho city,
(toman ottiuiishlp and operation. They madil use of the artillery and
- mini' throwers to drlvu hack Hut
Tint terrorists inethodN of llin Spar
tnrans have caused a great revulsion
of feeling It favor of the government
There was an enthusiastic inee'.lug
i or members of the Klamnth flood
,M """I" Association Inst evening at tho
i City Hall, at which was discussed the
NKITIONH or IIKItl.l.V plans for tho reception nnd cntertuin.
inent of Senator Ilaldwln and tho
Highway Commission, who nre ex-
j peeled to arrive hero next Tuesday
I evening, the Senator returning from
I his duties In Salem and the Com-
land Just llefoie I-tuilIng, on Ac
count of New York Harbor Strike.
Kolillt-ri Do Not Take to Idea of
mls.ion coming for the purpose of
giving the people of this county an
opportunity to present their claims
for road construction anil state aid.
It was decided to ab.indon Iho Idea
or holding such an nffalr. In Its place
there will bo an Informal banquet
seried In tho Klk's Temple, at which
will be present the lounty and city
ofriclaK ofrici'm "f l,,p Klimitk,
ST. IMTIUCK'H DAY TO IIK OCCA
SIO.V OK IH(i
NKHJIIHOHI.Nti TOWN ItKi
The Irish of Klamath County are
prepurlng to celcbrato St. Patrick's
Day, March 17th, in a fitting manner.
HALIFAX, March 12.' The threat
of threo hundred troops of the Hrlt-
Ish nrmy who enlisted In the United ' AGHKKMEXT
States, eighty one of them being Am-
I erlcan citizens, to sink the transport
Ioloa immediately, unless they were
allowed to land and proceed by rail
to their destinations In the United
States has been reported here today
FHHTIVITIKS IX " Cnnndlan authorities by Captain
The transport Toloa had sailed for
New York after debarking the Cana
dian troops here but bIic was ordered
back here to coal for a return trip
to Kngland, due to the harbor strike
In New York.
The Captain said that he hud no
guns aboard and was at the mercy of
RETURN FROM RUSSIA
Men flt'licied to Have Beea PIottf
Againit (lorcrnmcn? Are Brogfc(
to Jail Under Heavy GturdOme'
.Mini Said to Have Been PromlMrt
in Iterent Seattle Strike.
LAND AXD U.MTKD S TAT
IIlOYIIKS VOK MII.DKI' I(K
OULATIOXS KHOM XOW OX
WICHITA, Kansas, March U.
Under a heiv guard, thirty two tl-
leged I W. W. agitators have beea
s brought to Jail here for a violation
j of the Espionage act.
The authorities are convinced here
that there is a close connection be
tween th I. W. W. and the Bolshevik
movement. They assert that ten
thousand I. W. W. went to Rnssi-
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 12. j during the Kerensky regleme and
An agreement between the United have nearly all returned.
States and England which has Just I Among the men arrested here U
been reachd, abolishes the double one of those who took a prominent
censorship in the two countries and, part in the recent general strike
it Is provided that hereafter the cable at Seattle, it is claimed,
communication thru the territories of j - '
eitlwr country are to be subject only
They have appointed the following
Cood Hoads Association and lluslness RPntlomen to take charge of arrange-J m
Men's Association and the Commer- ments: T. Sullivan, P. Qulnlan. P. ' m A t -ri-i
clnl flub, representative! of tho O'Connor and J. O'Lonry, and the fol-, GARBAGE MAN TO
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in mi inniiii m nun inu insulin i in mi. iiowspaper, logutuor wim such vice 'owing program nus ucon prepared, QTART APRII 1CT
'has now been resumed except on tho piesldents of the (Jood Hoads Assocln- At 9 a. in. all will assemble at the ArKlL, lol
street railway, where tho employes tlon as may como to the meeting and Catholic church for services, at which
are striking for higher wages,
(UNt'KIIK.M'l. KOH NKW KHA
MHVKMIIXT AXD P1.AXS "Oil
ni.MI.Vti VIIAIt WOHK KHIDAY.
OlTHIIIi: .SI'CAKKHS (O.MIMi
,iarch 2.1il ii tho date tuwaid
T'hlch all loyal Presbyterians ihj
looklnK nnd toward which many
tl.ou-nnds throughout tho niiMon nrn
ow working, for on that (Into thu
FOR LOCAL IN
denomlnntlun plans to rnlsn lis 101
Quota or Urn New Kru fund, which Is
I.MilO.iinn Thirteen million ilnl.
Ir of this ftind Is to go Into tho Im-L
novolent budget of the churiih ,uui
lie remaining 2B,000,000 churehns
"ru tu keep and uso for tho advance
ment of their local work.
The biggest purl of tho tuslt Is tlmt
Hintterk must b,t dime In throo bourn
on thut Sunday nftornoon,
A ronrorenre at which these miit
lr will Im discussed and at which
numbur ,if outsldo speakers will Im
P'Mcnt i lu loI(I , Ul0 ,,ro8by. 1 11U)ltlH
""in murcli hero Friday.
Ilicro will he a meeting for thu
U'Jraen '" "'" afternoon, followed by
wrkct lunch, and another mooting
Jir both M.ii and woiiien in the ovon-
MAXAOICH OF KXTKIU'HISI
be held an open meeting, at which
HANOI DHOPH INTO TKX VKKT ,ll0 p,pi0 f tho county will Im ask-
OF WATKH IX TUl.t. k) ei1 ,u K"1 "I1 and tell Mr. Hooth what
' i they want from the State Highway
SOUTH OF HAIIiHOAD'MOXD.W. CoiuiuIhsIoii. This tnlkfest will bo
some representatives of various other n sermon of "Tho Influence of St.
Interests In tho county. I Pntrlck" will bo preached. At 11:30
There will bo no effort made dur. tho annual banquet will bo served nt
lug the banquet to present any road the Riverside hotel. During this tho
facts fo tho Commission, it will bo 'guests will bo entertained by ii num
glven us a tribute to Senator Hildwln bor of musical selections and speoch-
ror tlm work ho did In the interest of eSi
B.io.i i. miis uiiring mo session oi me Immediately nfter tho banauot all
legislature and tho campaigning he wlI1 repalr to tho athletic field near
ha-s done since, and ns a welcome to ' whltlatch's corner for tho racing and
That the collection of gnrbago in
Klamath Falls, which now depart
ment of the city was recently ostab-J
, lished by the city council, will be
started on April 1st, is the announce-
i nicnt made tndav liv Cltv Attornov
Irish songs will be ,tho feature, j Cnrnnlmn,
This, is another step which will
bring Klamath Falls In line as an up-
to the country where the message
The United States desires to dig-'
continue the censorship entirely as
soon as possible, the announcement!
scys, but as long n's the Allies con
sider it necessary to continue the
bloc kudo, it will be necessary to con
tinue this. '
Mr Hoot h and tho State Knglncer. tootbal, Kames. Entrles an ,IH,ulr,!s
;k rol owing tho banquet the. o will ,i0U tneg0 ghouI(, bo ma(oof Ul0
The day will be brought to a closo
by tho annual Sheepmen's Hall, as pur
running advertisement fn the Herald.
I preceded by the submlhsloii of a con.rumlur "iuir .iiCUruiiiK u.ii
.r.ete program for road construction !'ked-for hull will bo mado In Sat-
P. K. lliinnon, miiungor of tho Kit- "r t"" county. I tils program will. " "
tcrprlso ranch, had a narrow oscno w whut tho county wants done
from drewnlni: Mondnv. and only to this u:ir und.whnt it proposes to do
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llin met lliai HO liau, wuoil a iiiuro " nuiiviuuih juu mini inu uiiiiii
boy, loiirned to swim and recalled county Is supplied with n perfect
the stroke In his moment of dnnger system of nrst class hlghwnys. Tho
is ho allvo to toll tho tale. Monday Commission will be told what Klam
ath county will do financially and
whnt It wnnts tho Commission to do
along that lino. Thou will como tho
people of tho county with their plea.
It Is to bo hoped that when tho FOItMKH COMMANDANT HKSHJXS
nnd do much to
CRISIS ON IN
afternoon ho went out to thu tract
of tule laud south of tho rullioul,1
piopiirntlous for tho draining or
Wiilch Iibvo boon under way for somo.
A largo pump has been In-'
mulled and It was in going from the ,
mainland to this pump that tho nr-,
cldent happened. One of the boards t
In thu bridge across tho channel
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SUSPENSION" ON I'HESENT CON
STItl'CTlON IS OHDKHKD THE
CHUISEU PKOUHAM MAY HE
Al.TEHED FOH NEW TYPE
('ominlsslou sees that tho people of
tho county nre anxious to go ulioad
with permnnont construction nnd
pavement, It will give such financial
broko, precipitating Mr, Hiinnon Into help ns will enablo Klamath to Inyfc YKAIIS A(JO IS APPOINTED
about ten feet of watur, nnd It was
then thai his early swimming hole,
oxpmiuuro stood him In good stoid.
Today hi) Is nont the worse (or his
WYOMING MAN TO
BE FLOOR LEADER
one million dollais worth of paving
this year. If It will do this, then the
pooplo will be willing to go a little
slow for a year or two until tho Com
mission can again open up Its money
bag nnd give us enough funds to
complete the work.
AND MAN WHO WAS CAND1
DATE FOH POSITION FIVE
IDLE MEN IN STATIC
"XKI.NM SAYS ENEMY MUST HE
FK" Ul VEN A CHANCE1
AAIX IN WOULD THADE II'!
WASHINGTON. I). C. March 12.-
Itopresontutlvo Fmnk Mondoll ofi POItThANI), March 12. Thj Fod.
Wyoming luiH boon chosen as Hopub.'uini omploymont sofvlco says that
llcim Floor leader or tho next Houso. I tho number of unemployed in Ore
This decision was rouelfod nftor Mann I Ron has decreased by throo thousand
PARIS. Mr, 12 Tlmt a erlcls
"' been roach,,.! in tlm nff..lr,. ,,r
J Hoi man, UI give tho norm
or Illinois wiih oloctod on tho first
ballot nnd declined to accept,
FOHD HI'VS HIOYCliES
FOR I'liANT WATCHMEN.
Although tho Ford automobile Is
known, ns tho universal car, unpnront-
tlio ly, thoro nro somo things that a Ford
during tho past weok and now totals
only about nine thousand, It is ex
poclod that tho'lubor situation in this
stnto will bo "porfoctly bnlnncod" by
tho first of May,
IUOT8 IX WEST PRUSSIA.
In dunr"k,rtH' "f "'" Krol,t llnl,0,l(1' ' cmnot do. From Uotrolt c
vo(e(j ' l,,,HlvlHsm Is to bo , announcement thHt tho Fo
HASKIi. March 12. A gener.il
omen thu strike. Is reported today In Sltesla
WASHINGTON, 1). C, March 12.
Possibility that tho whole battle
crulsor program of tho navy. Involv
ing an expenditure of nearly halt a
billion dollars, will be abandoned in
favor of u now typo of cruiser battle-
UOSEHUKO, March 12,-Com- 8hl" wa" "''Ifc(e'1 "tro l,- ''"""""ce
mnndant Mnrkco of tho Oregon Sol- mo,,t tlll,t Secretary Daniels had or
dlors home here, resigned his posi-' ,lor011 8sponslon of work on tho six
Hon, yesterday. Tho investigation of 3Cknot cruisers already authorized,
the Institution by tho Hoard of Con-' """ decision ns to tho f uttiro type
trol, which had boon ordered will ' of cupltnl ship could bo reached,
now probnbly bo droppod. I Thoro is a wido difforonco of opin-
Markeo was to havo appeared bo- ion nmong American naval oftlcors as
foro tho Hoard on Saturday, Ho had to whothor tho slow battleship and
boon cliargod of mlsmanagomcnt of tho fast crulsor should not give way
tho Institution from several sources. ' In tho tuturo to a ship combining tho
(power ,of tho one and nearly tho
SALEM, Murch 12. Tho board of- Sp0Cd of tho other. Hecauso of this,
control has appointed Captain James congressional committees havo dofor
E, Shaw of Mllwaukoo, Oregon, as roJ action on six additional cruisers
tho now commandant at tho Soldiers uutll n full report can bo mado bytho
Home. Ho was a candidate, for thls'denartmtint.
position in 1914, when Markeo was
iia, win, uinnhiiilriiiiv un..t,i
tho Im""",?; ,J,,n"K ,lt bf""Jt
llht. "loU. ,'R'B8 0,ub "oro "st
coiupany litis Just put chased somo'
Ilnrloy Davidson bicycles for uso by
Ford watchmen In nnd mound tho
Inlng district. Martini law has hpon ! docorntod 'or bravery.
;t is to gather information for this
roport that Socrotary Daniels and his
8hnv was formerly department throo cMef technical advisors will sail
commander of tho O. A. It, in Orogon.' Saturday for Europe. Thoy will bo
Ho served through tho Civil War, anil met ovorsoas by Admiral Henson,
was wounded three times, and was chief of operations nnd Vlco Admiral
I Mil I kill I HalP
DN IT MERRILL!
LAST PATIENT AT ISOLATION
HOSPITAL ANSWERS FINAL
SUMMONS LAST EVENING. HAD
HEKN ILL SOME TIME
J. F. Cartrell, who has resided In
Klamath Falls for several yean.
passed away at the Isolation hospital
ALFALFA last evening following an extended
illness, which began with the Influ-
cit last 8UXDA. ami moke nnz and rievei0Ded other complka-
c.UtKK sriiKniTi.Kn kok thk i tions. He had been at the hoiplUl
. .-..u -. -. -.-
hlnce the twentieth of February and
was reported to have been ill for
i some time previous to that date.
I Mrs. Oartrell 3nd small son aw
There was un exciting time down visiting in the east and no arrange-
Merrlll way Sunday afternoon, when meuts will be made for the funeral
tho Nonenties met tho Victors in a until they can be heard from. The
ii ,ltlAa H-.ri
football match in Burke's athletic deceased nas no oiuer .. ...
'field. The Nonenties, headed by Cap-
Mr. Gartiell was the last patient
tain Lncey, thought they would havo ' " dotation Hospital ana ii
... . . nvmiotfii innr iiih iiiaiuuiiuuo -
n vn k.swav wmi tile Victors, no- . -
be closed In a few days.
cause of their advantage of practice
and experience of their famous cap
tain, not to mention their other noted
This time tho Victors fooled them
by choosing ns captain one Hugh
O'Nell, who soon showed by his expert
playing and marshaling of men that
the game was not unfamiliar. It was
disagreeable medicine for tho Noncn
itics to call quits when tho score
stood 7 to 0 In tho Victors' favor.
IlnwHvnr. tho bovs onloved the af- en
Inrnnnn Immensfllv. nnd liwult the nii irni.tinrpther meeting St Yrea
games for next Sundny at 4 o'clock and to boost for the State Convention
and St. Patrick's Day at 3. that is to bo held here in August. De-
, legations will bo there rrora aiu..
it onri flit
STRIKERS ARE FAST moi.i and ow r p-. - fl
ineio is miio '" "" " ' ..
RETURNING TO WORK as Klamath must keep up Its reputa.
, Hon as being the liveliest spo
, tho man. n big Ueiegauua --
ELKS OFF FOH YREKA.
Next Saturday morning a "herd"
of Klkt, will leave here for Yteka, and
for their accomodation, and to be
sure thut there will be no danger of
a Mampede to the everlasting con
sternation and injury of the rest of
the travellers, the Southern JjKltle
lias condescended to place a apecla ,,,
car at the disposal of those who wjll
I'he purpose of the trip is a R.
SEATTLE. March 12. Thousands
of tho shipyard omployeos nro now
back at work hero and nt Tacomn and
Aberdeen, but it will probably bo
about a weok before tho entire force
will be again employed. Tho men
nro at work again at their former
proclaimed ut Ilrlusou Kluin, Thorn
and Strnsburg districts of West 1,'i'u.)
sln duo to thq advances of tho Spnrtn.
Ho has a working knowlodgo of
ugrlculturo, and Is In. a position, to
liandlo this work In a cnpable man.
nor, Bald Governor Olcott today.
Sims, and upon their return a general
conference will bo hold, nt which a
majority opinion of oxporiencod o di
cers will bo worked out as to what
types of capital ships should be built.
Hid TUNNEL EXPENSIVE.
LONDON. March 12. Tho tunnel
which bns been proposed under the
English Channel to France Is to cost
In the neighborhood of twenty mill
ion pounds, it is announced here. It
will take five years to complete this
Those who ran get away lu' "'.
had hotter notify J. H. Dritfoll t
once, so reservations cache made.
Oregon, rain In west and I r.l .
snow in tho eut portion, moderate
Maximum yesterday BO degrees.
Minimum today 23 degrees.
t.lct and Evelyn Moore, wermarrW
hero this morning fcjr .Justice N. 4.