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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1919)
ij.e fjuettfnu Herald
OF KLAMATH FALLS
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
"Thirteenth Ycnr No. 3,571
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 17, 1919
Price, 5 cento
LOCAL GIRL WINS
FAME WITH VOICE
Trouble in Trin Tin Has
HUN GENERAL MOBBED
Chlniw Alarmed Our Kiinunlitiii of
IJoltirlkl OrganlwiHon. TaklllK
Strpo lo Out I. Mine MiiiiiiiiIiMj.
Kipl'H) Griming In I'rncer Again
COTKNIIAGKN. Miiri-h IT. -Tim
Utllih offcniuvn In the Matau re
lion I) tli'iidnpliiK xiiiritNhfiilly, II Ih
reportrJ ttxliy . Tlu Lettish liaxo
bow taken Hie tniw of Kantian,
ZiWn, Shaisory lirtutHhofr, Welton
fold. Alauti anil threaten to rut off
lh retreat of tho lltilithevlkl In
.orlhwNtrrii Cotirlind to Mltiui mill
It Is declared tluit the HoUhevIk
lorcti ire retiring In n pniilc.
ARCIIANGKL, March I". A fu
tile attack by the IIiiIm hviU I on tint
Allied and American torccs romprlH
ed the first orloiiK attempt to rut
the line of coiiimunlcntloiui from
China to Viiru.
Mr. iiml Mm W I' .IoIuihoii. who
Iiii'm JiiHt returned fioin Lux Ang
eles hrltiK tidings of tlin tIhIiik fuiiiii
of otin of I lio fit Ir ilim kIi t nrH of Klnm.
utli Fulls, Mm. Vent Hurry hill, whoso
video In attracting in itch attention
Iti tho Southern mi'ttroiiollH. Mm.
Iliirrylilll In u daughter of Mr. mul
Mm. C. II. Crlnler. While In I.oh
Angeles Mr. anil Mm. JoIimkoii wont
lit vl tcil to Im present ill ii recital
given by Mm. llcirylilll'H teaeh'r
mul (liny wiui) niihiz til with tli wiiii. j
ilcrful progress tlilN young I inly him
iiiiiiIii In Hit development or her
volci'. It In Mm. llorrylilll'M Intim- BIG
tlon In i!o lii N'nw V.irk ill mi lull-1
(Into, whore she will riinilniiii her
Mini) studies under llitt dliectlnn (if
tln best musters In Unit rlty.
FALLS LAF! 10
K AT DEPOT
! Thi! Herald will pny S25 reward
for Inforiiiiitlon leading to tin- iirrrM
iiml roiivlctlon of .unjoin- caught
iMejilliig roplcM of the Herald nfler
; their dcllery to Mthht-rllit-rx. This
practice of NtciilliiK papers, c-Npcrlally
along Main wtrcct, Ihih readied Mtclt
proportions tlmt tin; Herald In koIiik
lo "top It, anil wild thai I In view
WOUNDED CITY BOY
i REACHES NEW YORK
In ofTrrliiK tills reward.
Commission Must Be Greet- BIG ST. PATRICK
ed Here Tonight
'East Klamath Folk Brought
DANCE THIS EVE' Tomorrow Evening
HiggeM C'litlii-rlng for (JoihI Itoutli
TlH! IiIk Kt. I'utrlr.k'H Day dunce nil
th ii opcru house this evening prom-'
Ihoh In hi; the most successful nfTitlr
nf tho kind held this hcuhoii. Special,
iiiuhIc hiiH been prepared for the
event n nd nuw dances will ho Intro-!
Mr. ami Mm. L. II. IJIoh 1 liavo
received word that their Hon, Itos. no,
Iuih arrived safely at .Vow York1. '
whore he Ih confined in the 'i'-.ind-Central
hospital on account 3f the
wounds ho receive 1 during his sorv-'
Ice In France. W'-llo engaged in ;
ore of the hlg battles, he w-ns shot I
twice thru the ankle and once helowj
the knee, and as a result of the
wounds he has had to undergo two'
operations. He has never (htated (
how .seriously he lias been injured ,
and what effect the wounds will !
in n r-1- i- --.--.' '" '"
Favor Formation of League
havo on the use of his leg.
young man went from here June .....
23th. and almost immediately af-j WILSON IS ENDORSED
ter reaching France he was rushed
to the front to take part In the big'
push that resulted In the final de-1
, duceil, chief of which will he the Jazz'
i:er Held in Thin Section of Stale Jig. which Mr. Klllendahl says hi the!
Will Make Commissioner. Under.1 '"'-"tP In the now dances that have!
li-iciiuj iji.uii iiili uuut;;ii. I
Another feu turn that Is iiiiukii.iI I
kIhiiiI Tlml There Are fiolnu lo He
'It Iff Kngiiifcr llogue a- an Kntliii--lasllc
Itoail llooster Aniioiiures
Thai I'lrsl Speelnl Train Will He
Hun I'rom Knil of Line .Near Dairy
feat of the Germans.
lliglivtaj Here l-Voni Xow On. will he the serving of refreshments mul Will ItelimrWItli Kiitliiisiasts.j
4T.VK Ti:.TH IS SKT Hill IIKCIS.
lo.v or iksi'ks wmrii n.wi:
in:i;.v iti:ii:ititi:i to ohiujov.
ia.ns iiv i,i:;isi..ti'ki:
WASIII.SIJTO.V. 1) C, March 17.
Mlolitcr Itclmcli at I'eklu has ml.
J II II ii Third Ih the date set for the
special Ktato Klnctloii at which a
number of mattcm referri'd hack to
tlio people liy the Htate I.eKlHlaturo
will-he finally nettled, iircorillug to
a c-ommuiilcatlon Just received hy
County Clerk C. H llel.ni from
(lovuriior Hen Olrott. Nine Ismies are
to he voted upon nt this time. They
are euumitrated below
Keliiiln Joint Iti'Holution No. 2.1.
AinoiiilliiK at tide XI of the count It u-
What promlHes to be the biggest
j booster meeting over huh! In Klam
I ath ( oinity Is being arrnngu'l for n
; n o, r w night In this rlty, vlnn po
' ti'e from all points In the County
11 HI flll'L III lit ritxi,t Mirt liuiitilinrd
. iii r tivtiv. tin; iiriiiinvi n
or the Statu Highway Commission
mid to partlrlpati) In the council for
the road coiiBtructlon progrum for
tie seiBon of mm. This Is the first
yen i which Klamath County will ro
(elve aid from the stato idnej the
j. road bonding hill was p.isteil and
with w 1 1 tit Is available from this
and thn federal government, coup
!ti! with the large atnoii.it to ho
M'ciit hy the County, It Is purposed
by lite etitliUKlitHtlc residents to have
n different system or highway;, with,
lit lite next twelve months.
The hlg doings will star' on the
nrriwil of Senator It. K, llootli and
The affair will be one of the event)
;of the year, and will undoubtedly bej
i to n.vn: .imhtmi:xt ih'imk
I.Nt; ,.l MOHKIIN STOKi: Wll.l.
(SO l'l AT COHNKIt OK TKXTII
Htnle Knirineer Niiim on tlin train
TIN tbe State Dopartinetit that nil Hon of the state of Oregon, hy add- till evening and It Ih at thl time
li now quiet at Tien lulu where the lug section i-a. providing for tlio Is- in, uvory )erKO, , ,,, fU. w(11 ,)nF
WW e CHYIirrcU SHI Week inlween ; -li"i "I i .'.-"i"iji .uiio.iim"
the American lohllers and the Jap-ineie.
lit iDConstrtictluii bouils or the state
i House'. lolnt Ite.Holiltlon No. 32
He itntoil that he Is .lending it full , Kor the addition to tlio constitution
report of the Incident bv mall Tin."1' o U"J ' Oregon or article .l-u
a c-tr will drive to the depot, or
depirtment liut limtrticted him lol
providing funds ror tliu payment by
its near there as he can get and lino;
hh car up on the pavement with tlio'
lights racing the center or the street. I
The Kliinatli Kails Hand will ho
Work hits now commenced on the
new brick business block or tlio
Kvans brothers at the comer of
Main and Tenth Streets and the ad
dition of the handsome structure
that is. to bo erected will he a valu
able addition to the appearance or
Kluvatlons now In the hands "or
Architect A, F, llcltle show a two-
Hfc story building eighty four feet in
I width by a hundred and eight feet
pichciit to mid martial iittulr in
o!i time way.
The Commission members nco go- in depth, the second story of which
lug to be mot at tlio Depot oy . com-1 Is to bo devoted to the first strictly
iiiiltee mid escorted to the Tlot-.d As ' up-to-date city apartments In Klnm
Ihny push the autos, every driver is I ath Falls. There aro to bo twelve
1 . ..... i... ......... .... r.r. .ixiii. I i - .
I House Joint Itesoltitlon No. 20.- ! I""1 '" "H" " ,nnK I,l,(1 ,01"' n" an i "" ",0 ,a,cst modern Improvements
I Amending Kertlon :i of arllc'le XIV r j Ii. dilation that Rlnmnth County for getting comfort and convenience
tlin constitution of the Mate of Ore-1 vnnir roads mid Is going to have I In a vory Binall space, are Included In
Kim. as in the location of public In- j ,,, ,,lun.s Mr jcde has also In
stitutions of the stato. aud excepting ...... , ,..,.. ... .... I ,, . M , ,,, ...
from tho former constlti-'loiiiil provi- nn......-. ..... .,,. ...., . r... .... .v..o u. ... ,
Hloiis. an intliistrliil iimt reconstriu-; to dlitner at a restaurant after their . along this lino that are sure to prove
LONDON, March 17. tiuiinrnl tl'-n hospital. J arrival at tho Hotel. Most of tiio valuable. Klght of the apartments
CW Von Aritim who was com-! I'"1"1" Joint ItcvsolutUm No. 31.--i,iny ttmiorrow will ho glvon over to will faco tho outside of tho building
BHderof llindrrim... Ht,v i.. f..... Amtntllng sections 1 and h of article ,-.. .,, ,, , ,,, ,, ,. n ,,ln ,,,, r m, mr.
or tho constitution or tlio stato cir ; " t - -
I i lie ItlKl UUtll win uu uivttiL-tt lllltl
! three storo rooms and u full base-
I tl... uIhIk .if Inturiiul ttr 11 Ii.rlfii1 ntll
rannrt .tl .1 - I M. n.M.v ! .....J.vni, ,.. . -.... ..
.i .i me inipiiriiiii rai-m by oxeeedlng five years, on bonds Is
nble Imiiicdlnti-ly f titled hy lirlgiitlon and ilralnage dls-
The neH rearlilng hern last week I rU'iH . , .. ,,
Indlcitfil iimt in,. ... -. . Semite Joint Itcaolullon No. II.
I rTu. ,., Am,rl,a,m wnr, Amending section 10 of article XI ol
injured vtlille rt-Hlslliig arrest hy Jan. il.i. n.nstmitlmi of the slate of Ore-
"Me iiollcc- for illsortliirly conduit , Kon, IncreaHliig tho limitation wf , urK',., , ,, l)8 w ,,. -or oncn , apartments of two rooms each
tun a large group of Marines
' day chnrgeil tlnotigh the Jap
"Me runruHlnn injured many of
Ike Japnme ami ass.-tulted (he Jap
That a train on the new Strahorn '
railroad, which wa.s started by thei
people of this district as a co-opera-1
tlve enterprise, should make its first
special trip in the interests of a com
munity gathering seems very approp
riate but that the trip should be
mtrtlo entirely complimentary to the
citizens which It expects to serve
was hardly lo he expected. This is
dittluctly n novel move for a rall
load to make, at leaft as far as ex
pel lence in Klamath County Is con
cerned. Such, however. Is the case, for Kn
glncer Ilogite announces today Mist
a special train will bo run from the
present terminus of the line near
I'lne Flat for all who care to get In
to the big meeting tomorrow night
and that those attending will he tak
en back. The train will start In at
eleven o'clock tomorrow. The trip
both ways will be without cost to
the travelers. Mr. Bogue Is phoning
to the residents of Donnnza, I.engell
Valley, Dairy and Poo Valley today
about the plans and It Is expected
that a large bunch will be In from
that section. If these who come wUh
to return tomorrow night tjtey are
to make It known while on the train
nnc arrangements will be made for
their return. There will be a trip
made hack at noon on Wednesday.
cocxtv .;i:xt has maxv i.v.
yi'miKs hk.'ahii.v; 'rni-:
VAKIKTIKS OK AI.KAM-W HKST
ADAI'TKI) TO THIS COCXTV
That the Haltlc and firlmm vari
eties of alfalfa are the best adapted
to the Klamath climate and soil is
the belief of County Agriculturist Jv.
O'crimuis Indicate What They Will
Do and What They Won't Do at
Dig -Meeting In Ilrrlin Will Not
Accept Treaty l-hccpt One Based
on Wilson's Fourteen Points.
COI'KXHAC.EX, March 17. If tie
j Allies have loaded a Peace Treaty
I with conditions for the Cermansbe
iyond President Wilson's fourteen
points the German National Agjenv
, bly would have to refuse assent, Ers
J herger told a meeting at Berlin fav
oring a League of Nations.
He disclaimed Germany's obliga
tion to compensate for acts she had
committed after the first peace offer
in December 1316. He declared that
the Herman people have confidence
in President Wilson and his ability
to bring matters to a satisfactory
REACHES BAY CITY
ton itn.t.... .1. .. I
"s "ie war was turn
Pen-i-'tiits nt Asrh In llnhcm-
en to. Oregon, ami providing for a l.leuten-
I .!.. .
- -.utng (o a .ii,,,,, ,.,, r(.r,.1Vocl
1?' . ""'"'"K" " Uml Im
r.t V (' 1"'"K"",H f,,r KhorlnK
Jm Hw" M" "" '""I PlIluB-
County Court mul Judge Smith of
l.akevlew who will he horo In the
Heliatll Illll No, 2titi. Atlttiorlzlllgl l.ltnr,x4. f .,.,..1 rnntriiFllnn In ll.nl
Hip IsKUttiico of reconstruction bonds .,.,,,.
or the stite, conferring ceitaln pow- !un"
em on llio stnt, board of control. Preceedlng the mooting tomorrow
pitiviil'ng' for tlio use of funds do-j night tho hitntl will glvn n concert
rived from reconstruction bonds In outsldo and Insldo the Klks Temple
liio CfllSlrilirili of state m:J i ' ,.,, nt vnrloim tiolnlH on Main mreel
hiilldlngs. the Hiipervlslon of Nliri, d at nrious points on Main htroet.
work, iirnmnttnc laud soltlenumt.: ' " linmiuct, which Is scliedtiled for
ment will give amplo room for .stor
age of all kinds.
MK.V TO UK TAXK1) OX
Wl'XCtmx i,..UXKT TAKIXO
--.... ,,,).i, n-,t,,,
,l" nut snoit
I niicl i-eclmiiatlon, mul providing um
Sonnto Illll No. 2(l!l Providing
sliito riiianclnl aid ttt honorably dis
charged soldiers, sailors or marines,
enlisted or Inducted Into tint sorvlco
from. tho stnto of Oregon, who desire
In pursue 11 rotimo of study In In
stitutions or higher learning In the
stato ol Oregon.
Senate; Illll No. 2SI1.-- lining 11 11
act to lew anntiallv a lax or 1 mill
on I ho dollar on all taxable property
In tho Htitlo ror market 10 id pur
poses, providing for a distribution
thereof, mul containing other provisions,
, House Hill No. 1 47 Providing ror
tlio construction of a highway to ho j
known as tho Roosevelt Coast M III-
isrv highway, appropriating $2, not),
six thirty. Is to have for tho guests
of honor, Senator (loorgo T. Hnldwln
and llio Highway Commission, At
tills gathering thoro will also bo pre.
-sent, rulifcsetntiitlvos of northern
California Counties, Jutlgo Smith tit "tt1 'ea
I.nkevlow, representatives of tho " WIX ,S811
Klmuath Falls Huslness Mon's As- InUrnal r
soeiatlon, tho Klamath flood Roads
Association, the press ntul other who
lire Invited to represent different In
terests hut the real business of roatl
building hero next year will bo taken
up at the meeting later In tho ovcn'ng
In the hlg hall of the tcmplo.
Kvery citizen of Klnmnth County
who has tliu Interest of tho rontl
(Hy (ho Associated Press)
WASHINGTON. March 17. Dur
ing tho war the government itccepted
the sorvlces of nearly 1000 men and
of northern 1 1"1'1' tMcm ""' ""llllllal compensation
ear today tho dollar hecamo
uo thru a ruling by tho
rovenuu bureau that not
cnly must tho dollar bo reported
but that It Ui taxablo it tho total la
come from all sources is In excesj
of tliu usual exemptions. M dol
lar 11 year moil had prlvite sourivs
If Income above $0000 and In these
ensos tho normal tux on tho dollar
A'lll ho 12 cents, or ne-i'! two
months' pay nt tho government rate.
SAN FRANCIi'.CO, Maid. 17
Wlat is said to be the fii.it Infill-:-caso
of "sleeping sickness" in San
Francisco was reported hero last
night by Dr. W. H. Coffey In con
nection with his attendnnco upon
Chester Jones, a street car motor
nian, who, according to Dr. Coffey,
tiwoko tonight from a 10 day's sleep.
During the sleeping period. Dr.
Coffoy said Jones was aroused suf
ficiently nt times to take a little
nourishment. Ho said tlio patient
showed no ill offects from tho ill
ness aside from being weakened. Dr.
Coffey said the symptons correspond
otl with similar reported cases from
Kansas City and tho "Middle West.
Ho attributed It to tho after offects
CIIIXKSK AI.AKMKD OVKIt
In ,01nn., 000 coiillngunt on tho I'nltod States program at heart l.s urged to bo
"-Mlledi . Wl"' n rm"" '"--1 niuironrliUliiK n Hko w.m h-i- t ho I , , N , ,
s tiiea by , j ,. , r, ii-oiistriictlon of said highway, and , ' , '
Mn'r rulnl in.. ..... (om Providing for Iho Isauanco or bonds!11"' '" ' -'. u- ' especially
"""fcontt..!,,,, , '""' 0,"'t untl ,iy thn Htnto of Oregon, mul contain, urged that the women who hnvo Ink.
"" re 1 i-oiirt lloiisoilng other provisions, on such n proiiiiiient stand for prog
c't again, " "". "or "
. - - liiu W iriiwnii fen
Sl'ltl'HISK HIHTIIDAV DIXXKIt.
" Snechi . """urawing rrum
. Dh 1 Tm '" "''X "r than
"" W I ( 1 u-i.l.l 1
amouni 1 ""'iiit tetiuco
Sm.".'.1" "," fll"' lolw tho
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"nliii frn, ,nn wnB W'ulvoU this
Mrtforl "lB K- M' Cmm
(Hill MII.ITAUV (WKT
COMIXd TO THK KHOXT
,;;'! i., ;'",
'"Infli, '" "") ,1,,,u ' u
HU ,nUlK "rter shall bq- con.
LONDON, March 17.--llorllii ills
pnlclios rec.elvod htuo today say tint
military mid monarchist reaction is
growing thoro rapidly and Is ovor
shadowing tlio now government.
Members of Iho old military cist
ess In tho county mtiko it n point!
10 nitonti, turn tnoy may oy their
presence unci volco, place their slump
of approval 011 tho effort that Is do
ing iiiado to get permanent roads for
, 1 KAItl. HILTON IX XKW YOIIK.
A surprise birthday dinner was
given nt tho homo of Mr, mid Mrs.
J, J, Keller, 710 Hush .Htroot. Satur
day evening at r:00 o'clock In honor
of tho sovontcenth birthday of their
Tho table was beautifully docornt.
ed with cnrnatloiiB, and St. 1'atrlck
was tho Inspiration for tho color
scheme, which was carried out In
tho trimming of tho birthday cake
and tho favors.
Covers were laid for. Maurice
Word has been recolvod liy Mr.
mul Mm. Jim Hilton of this city .Meyers, Cecil Clendonnlng, Karnest
Izors of the now republican (irniles that their son Karl, who has been In Mlllor, Russell McCollum, Aulton
i. .. . ... . .
Ilouso It Is said have ro-nppeared ns organ.
to ovoi'coimi tliu
Hclieldomunii aro bucomliiu
Franco for several months has ur-. Short, Chester Shrlver, Kleth Hue-
rived siifo In tho V. S. Ho enlUtod
111010I at the beginning of tho war In tho
onlck and Paul Koller,
Mrs, L. Rticonlck
Keller In serving.
PKKIN March 17.- -China Is
alarmed over tlio formation of the
Chinese WorkingmeiiB' orguniza
tlon In Potrogrntl with .sixty tltous
11 nd members to carry nut revolu
tionary propaganda aud to establish
Soviets In China. It Is reported thai
tho government will tuko steps to
chock this move.
l()lt.Mi:it HAND .MAX ItlM'I.KXS.
It K. Ilowoy, 11 former member of
tbe Klamath Falls Hand and a val
ued cornet player has returned from
St, Louis wlioro ho has boon for tho
pt.Bt several months,
If. Thomas after having discussed j Brsberger indicated that there
this matter with a large number of was no more obligation upon Ger
farmers who ' have experimented i many regarding compensation aside
The new agent has had many In
quiries regarding this matter since
his arrival and has ma.de it n point
to Interview many of the raisers. He
finds however that it will be impos
sible at this time to fjet any seed
direct from the growers and stntes
that those who buy it will have to"
secure It thru some reliable seed
Mr. Thomas indicates that the root
of the varieties has wider roots and
will branch and grow well .In a' soil
where other kinds will not prosper.
Farmers who put In seed this year
and cannot get the kinds recom
mended should If possible sectinj
seed that has been produced under
climatic conditions as near as pos
sible to those of Klamath as their
are many strains of this seed and
many which would yield bountifully
in the south would be a disappoint
ment to those who tried it here.
It Is hoped that during the com
ing fall the farmers who intond to
sow alfalfa In the Soring can be
clubbed together and a large order
sent in for the Haltlc and C.rlnun
seed which Is sure to stand the
Spring and Fall frosts and which
can be bought from tho growers
from thirty-five to fifty cents a
pound where It now costs seventy
five to ninety-five cents from tho
from the case of Belgium and that t
in that V-ase Germany would act
KLAMATH BOY WINS
That Clifford D. Taylor, well
I'nown here where he was Identified
for a long time with the Pelican '
Hay Lumber 'Company and who left
to go to France wla the 20th Engin
eers, early In the war. has been
promoted to the rank of Captain, ii .
the good news received by his friends
here. Captain Taylor wrote that lie ,
did not expect to receive thh com
mission although he had been do
ing the Captain's work for Dome
time, but that he was very pieised
to receive It before lie was discharg
ed from the servie-3.
IIKItllKltT 11ALDWIX WEDS.
News that Herbert Baldwin, who
wtis here a short time ago to visit
ills brother Robert Baldwin wa3.
married In Tonopah, Nevada on
March 12th and has returned with
his bride to Goldfleld, has just beau
-tcelved hero. The groom former
ly leslded in Klamath Falls wheie
he has many friends who will wish
(leo. A. Hell, M. L. Mlllor
II. Hell were three very sur
prised people last Saturday uvenlng.
fWlillo each of these three were con
niving with friends to surprlso the
other two, it finally developed that
all three wero Included as victims
when the affair finally materialized.
Cards and games wero the pas
times of tho. evening, later 11 mid
night luncheon being served. Those
present wero Mr. and Mrs. M. L.
Mlllor. Mr. anil Mrs. Oeo. A. Holl. Mr.
and Mrs. Fiank Howard, Mr. and
Mrs. Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Lei)tz,
John Carter, Joo Carter, W. .A Tur
pln, Uuth Miller. Mrs. J. Joseph,
Forrest Hugston, Maud Miller, W. II.
Hell, Lieutenant C. Carter mul Inez
MAHIIIAOK LICKXSK ISSUKD.
SALKM, March 17. -Capt-tln Ja3,
P, Shaw tlio new commmidnut of
tho Soldiers' homo has loft for his
now post at Rosuburg,
A marriage license, was Issued this
morning by County Clerk C. It. Do
Lap to Maylen T. Prince of tho Lor
ella district and Miss Addle. Fisher.
The prospective bridegroom is a
well known fnrmer residing
LLED III 1
YOl'Xfi MAN Wlltl WAS WE1J.
KNOWN IN WOOD 1UVER VAL-
KILI,i:i IX ACTIO nof
I.. Um m tary'sen- ...
left f.,i- France III tho military'
inn ,,.,i. in thn war
ivt .-'.' - V ' -'i.
been p.eviously reported as ,
was killed in action about July W .
Is the sad news received thli -born-Ins
oy Fi.mk Hunw of the Fort
Itovicb vim well known In lb"
ntytheri. rnrt of the county, where
ho had worked on ranches and had
been for a long time employed at he
I'ttor and Hums sawmill In we ,
Wood mver Valtoy, He was knoa
by his manv frlenda by the nickname
of 'Happy" V ,h,
Tho decoded had no .relatves that
aro known here and had !'
near name of Mr. Burns to ue p..- -'caso
of lib) (loath.