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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1919)
(&v iamratg Herald
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH' FALLS
Thirteenth Year No. 3,572
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1919
Price, 5 cents
ifOTH WILL 60
LIMIT TO HELP !
County Hns Warm Friend in
I mom In tint Tlilril iiml I'oiirth Llltntl)
; l.nuiiH Those ulio were In Him putty
were, John A Joint. K A Itoto) Ed
Fontei. Mis John A Iimiim, Mrs (I
(! Anderson. Mm A 1 Mltluiel
Mis Clmiil l.ntlne W, I, Well It
Atlilli Wliitlmhii, f I it 11 m Hltiesrhlnt .1
II MK'nll Mr iiml Mim II I, MIIU
M f I.) U .1 ii( nli Itin-rk, IMilllpn
Oilfilt. T W Pliif kttn. f It Ilurg
ilnrf (' II Finikin, II I, A run I, I
(I Wight. W P Sedge. I! I. KIkIiI
iiiulr A I. Mb Intel Peloi Hoai Will
! Iitni Wight. Inliti Mltlielhon, I. N
Drew I' II Bonne, I ( lliiiniikur
TO BE BOUGH
j $25 REWARD
'I In Herald will pit) fl!."J reward
for liifiiiiiiiitliiii lending I" tlir arrest
unit (onvlttloli oT nil) one iniiglit
Mealing topic' of tin- llt'ritltl after I
tht'lr ilellter) to subscriber. Till?
practice of steullng papers, especlall) j
Icrnltl U going
Unit nit In view
Is offering tlili reward,
fM inililli ill if uiiiih l"
I I along Mntn street, hits
I I proportions Hint tlir. lie
U I I tl, N((,, H, ,) urn, (,a
WOMEN GIVEN HACK .Hilts.
Many Resolutions for Pav
ing Arc Passed
O. A. C. GRATEFUL
'Big German Sea-Base Must
Be Given Up
SUPPORT1 IS ASSURED
WASHINGTON li ('..Mitrth IS '
I Wnmftii Htrt'tt tar tiimliirtorH of thu
Cleveland Hallways who wete ills
rliniRed on Murili tl rul. iiiiikI bo to
Hlmt'il to work, attordlng to u dod-i
"" aIoii of tint War l.tihnr lloiiril miidt
4 lit Taft Hint) four women iiih tr.f-
Inform! Contemn at While Pel- f,tt,., I,) (hln iIimInIoii
Iran Holt I I til" MnrnliiK Hevenls
Itrtlrr tif ( ipiiiiiiIIiit to ! K
nothing Possible for Tills District.
It llrnrl) Him rre. I
CORVALLIS, Munlt IX Lumber j
toinpiinU'H In Oregon anil Washing-1
Ion, w tilth met a war cncrgcncy by 'KIEL CANAL OPENED
supplying thn Oregon Agricultural
College burn with 307,000 font of
i in in hit tor i onniiiitung inrracKs,
iiml ul" '"' relmbuised Immediately It
I Iiiih been iitinoiini im! PrnKlilent Kerr
iiliiioin Mlreels to Hi' rri'pnrril lor
MILLS FOLK ACTIVE
Orilliiaiiii". fin Pitting Spring
Centum) Will Be Required to Surreiv
GRAND ARMY DAY
! has Kent out letters thanking tlic
.Next Meeting New Grade Art- flrniH and staling tliat It Is doubtful
,.,,,,,, .... , ,', ,i I If tint tollege loitld hate met tho
l.-tiibll-liri! Adjourned Meeting .
on ritiaiii i' Toinorriitt Night.
"If I ttntild permit my dettlren to.
'control m unions on tho Highway j
Commission. Klamath Count) ttonlill
hire ill thn mnne) otl nitk for
t i-'i it I r'motit si of the government.
bail tint companies failed to deliver
the lumbar with the tindcrst inrlltit;
t hut they would be ro-linhuiscd on
iiinilltion I lie legislature supplied the
I. umber (omp.uilfH In Portland
iIit Title of Ships to Alllew, Who
Will Kettle Ownership Ijiter Ottn.
ersltlp of German fables tt U. 8,
l'p to Supreme founrll.
In tiilebratlou of Grind nuy.
Da), April Seventh, thn menibn's nf ., ,r wm ), ,,xtllls f,. ,
tint loial rlmpinr of tlui Viiin.inn' lit- ,ih,.rs on Main Sheet to tut the
lief Corp ttlll arrange for an en- .ori.ers mid end tiigor llndr own and
! li'rlnliiment. arninllnn to a tiei IMon ,,m HteH lit ioIIImkIoii In the filtum Vanrouter. Wash , Mill city. Cortal-
rttiiriiiiti iii fin iiiKitiiriLT ii iii.tr nnt. .... at... it i i .. ...... i..i .... .. .. .....
would HKo to tii't- our matin pate.! . , ' , " , , "" ' ,,,,"" ""H """ i""""" IIh. .siiterton. loos lia antl lirlKiU
in. knrditr to bonier and I would Pr ""n.ms T'" imliirr )f the for hU gl HRI1H , ,, lncc,, Ilt fllrn,lt.,, tho m,lterlil
from bortlor lit iHir.ler. ant 1 I'l I lirfll,r ,,,, , ,. ,,... d but it . main In.erH... tlo.iK in tl, ar fit. m
like lo mulch ).hi dollar for loll.tr, , K01K , ,, toimethlnK mwmxX ti.re
m in.n e.i ...... m. ...ey mtuenm. ... m, 1lrn ,(nJfl , T(iM( hrib whi ,. (
llmllar hihlun ttltl. Ki.vrn.ment A ,Ilmlllw. (,imi,0l(1 ,f Ml(lll,., , ,.,,. ,llltk Woii. mo
fnodi. hut I rimn.it tin that which In ( MlirKI,r, witlirott Mm Annie Win worth three pollieman were ordered
eat of my tlnurPBl ttlithon An tut nik nnd Mm Nellie Whltlo. l( wiih'.ii the rebuilt. iiifetltiK Iiihi iiIkIU
know, the Intt llmllit uh on tint one. appolitted to look after the detalli Tbe are nun h m.perlor to thoRe
Una in.1 tun iitiiouiii ot money i , boiiKht three jearn uko and
oar dl.pol on Ih.t othtr. Il.it f, STATE CHAMBER NOW
lall UU inn) w nnniiMMi 111,1 niii mi
trerythltiK o enn
With these chccrltiR wordit, lllxh
tttjr Commhtiilonur llouth opened tin
Informal ccnifrrcnce thin inornlnK at
the Whllo Pelican hotel, nt which
vere prcnent County JuiIku llunnell,
Commliilonura Hl.ort ant! Kordyiv,
reprnentatlvt'i of thn Uood Huatln
,Anocltlon unit the now ipu pure ofi
the city It ttuit clearly evident from
the ttirt that Khtiimth County linn a
jeitrH ko anil win
I welch about tluee hundred pounds
1 ettfh when net tip The will rout
BOOMS OVER OREGON ln dollarH iiml a half null Trto
count II ineutberri bellete that more
rire will be used about humpliif; Into
I'OltTI.ANI), Marth IS- IteportH thtiin than w.ih notlceablu ttlth the
from muinliei.H of the "flyliiK Huuiid- H.naller pohIh
ron" of tho OreRon utale Oiamher of I T'le appolntinent of Clay Wllttoii
rouimefre. now tourliiK thn nt itn to hm Klro Chief nntl Joust HunHiikur uh
Rnther In new uiomborH, Indlcitlu that truck drltnr w.ih t,onfli med by the
MAW l'I.A.XI.N! TO C5KT OUT TO
ATTr.M)' Till: KOl'RTKKXTII
A.NM'Ali AKKAIIt AT HOU8
'IO.N.S. K1AKTMK.T KKVIVKH
net (trill- hundred mi'inborn bate been Count II
ohti.tnd and man) defunct ttiiumer- The I'ommltlee from -Mills Addl-1 A lit.ge number of Klnmuth Fulls
tlui (irK.inUatlonH beluR rotlted and tlon "Midi In forwardliiR the moto , nUdent me plauninR to attend the
friend In Mr llouth, and It wns an
Rfflllated ttltl. the OreRon chamber ir me liiHtniinlKin or HeweniRt) foriHtli annual fireman's bull tomor.
n.... I......I. ...1 1. . .. ...... Mint Horttiiti renrirleil flint the lire. .... ..ini.. ... tl... !.... rk..nn
nyoviuctu iniii iiiiitin ttno tturo ,,,,,,,,,,, , M1I,,IIK M Atttorln 1lmltr mom.) for tho Improtement nonce for which unusual prepara
preten the u.eellnR wen. not koIiir I A ,.rIU0 ,, Tllu t,t)U-H. ..Iho. ' l.ad all been ralm-d and that they . beinK lnlldo tnU Juar Tlle
to capllallie that frlundt)ilp to thu K(m(, (ihuUm W)ni ri,po,t((l, iwe.e le.d) to pioteed with the noxt,unv .leptment which has been such
"... mum ..1 un) miter (.ouniy in inn i - I leRitl htep Thn I'litinill Is now attitlt-
ItttA. nrir l. It... Iui.........i .. '
". ". ... ...i .uti . 1 fiBniiiuill I'l
rit.wii iiia wiiiti:
tli Ik tlty fur man) )eartt ami
now HteH In Portland, Iiiih Just been
rernlted Mrs White Iiiih the In-
Mr Ilooth He U roIiir to do Just as
much hit can for Klamath County
Thtt much I. certain More than Ih.l. Nnw ()f , ,,. , MrH KIIll
noonowlth ... enoiiRh to 1 , n, W, wh ritil1( , ;m wur
leatd lo ran upcil ik , for , ,arH ,, ,Wlo
im niicrniiuii .Mr Doom and
Hlfhway KnRlneer Nunn aro In con
ferenco with thu county court unit
County Knitlueer Parley At thin con
lerence tho county court will out-
"uo us contemplated pniRrum and MxlltiK to thn report A Jiimt of Klnui
t lo fit In with tlmt uliirh Iho IIIkIi-IuIIi Kallit filcitds will hope fo. her
r Comniliwlnn desires for this part ' speedy ret titer)
nt tlio Htitle One of thu chlor Hiih
Jecti to hn iIIikuhkciI will ho tint tur
ralnui of tho north and south I.IrIi
T. and the rounty court will stronK
ly urge th adoption of thu Mttrrll
nlfhwRy as part of this proRram. If
lnl can Im done, it will moot thtt
lhes of tho ureal majority of thu
Peoplo of thn county
Iiir the permlKslou of the Statu
llrttllh Hoard before roIiir ahead
with the matter
As the siHtlout. of SprlitR. l.tmoln,
.11. d (5 rant Htieets which aru to be
Impioted this hca.sou aru now ready
for ordliiniues, ttie City Attorney
wns Instruoted to piopuiu Jresolu-
fluonia and other complications """ ",r oruiniincos to do presoniou
whit h hatu doveloiied, hno ml,0 nt tint nuxl moolliiK UesDltitlons to
her (ondltloii er) serious, attortl-! c,""' I'1" Htilillsliot! R.i.de at
Te-itli and Pine streets and on nsli.
liiRton at Klrst Street were pushed hy
A ieMilu.it ion to eittabllsh the
Rl.lde oil Pllle ftotn Third Striol
west to Palnu Alle) and down Paine
an Important factor in presorting the
safety of Klamath Falls residents in
tho pust Is being rotlted now that
the war Is oter and the boys coming
home to tnko an Interest in it. The
proceeds of the affair which are to
ho used to enable the boys to Ret
started again In Reed shape, are bad
ly needed nnd there Ls no doubt that
the public will take this opportunity
of showing appreciation of whut is
heliiR done for tho general safety of
iiCisnti; iiorit el, pii Mi;iih
MI GIF ON
WRAHOItN hl'llriAl, iihimsk inn
W5m:.viio (,p 0;ii hooht
FI,S ni(li i:akt ki.amatii
ttlUMv, IWUAIIi; OX STIIKKT
The first M'"tlal train on thu now
nWpnl e tl, ,,ly. WUB ,,,,,
h residents of tho poo.lo In HUst.
""Klamath County who woro iiiixI-
m to CPI In I., n .. . .
Inr if K"ou h niooi.
the W wuro Kl"a t0 "tcopt
. -muiis invitation of tho Htr.-
uufn ral roa.i ,, "
Mis. IC. II. Hull
Mrs, E. II. Hall was hostess to tlio'1 to MTi N,lH l"UHml ,0 80C0,ul
l.olsuro Hour Club Sntunlay after- m tiling
noon til the White PelUan. A most ' Itr-solnilons declurlng tho Inten
pltnsant afternoon was spent b tho t'"" of tho lollm " " Improto Tenth
ladltiH nf the club and dainty in rot from Main to Mncoln, High
fnwhmonlM tturo sorted by tlm'hos 'Street from Ninth to niovonth. Pine
toss. Thosu present ttern, Mis Hob- Street fiom Till id lo Klghth liiclud
urt JohiiBiin. Mrs T .1 lluiiiptiui, ' l"K riov" streets to Main Tenth
Mis. (1. It Manning, Mrs. lleuilett. St.oet from Lincoln to Prospect, ttoto
Mulhiise. Mis Kip Van Itlper, Mm ' piii-st'tl
Kail Whltlofk, Mj.s, Cairler, ami j An application of City St liool Sit-
j poiliitrndeiit It II Dunbar to hato
'the Police Chler 01 his assistant, nit
'us truant nfflcors In tlio city, was
'futorahl) ronslilnii'tl by the. Council
i:asl Main Stieet piopeit) ottnots
filed a ptitltlon for thu establishment
of a guide he)oud thu HlR Hustn
I. limber Coiiipnii), which was grant
ptl. Coiinillmeu (liilch ami l.atonlk
weie appointed with .Major Stiublo
rosT.MAhlT.lt to IntiistlRiito the mattur of flio hoso
1 r... .1... .1,. ..I.I.I, lu .l.wtln,.,il (.. t.n
11,1 lull 11 , . ill... in .-.. ... ....
1 hi pool shape ill this time.
I Following a discussion It was do-
DunMr da cr
' NOW IN COURT
(;i:.Ni:it.ii wn.ii 111: dccidko
in HuntiiMi; 'coi'itT statu
OK KANSAS IM PI.AINTUT
LARGE POSSE AFTER
I'AIttK. March 18 The fortifica
tions of tho Island of Heligoland,
German) '.s formidable North sea base
must be dismantled, the Supremo
Council has decided. Heligoland was
a Ilrltlsh possession until 1890 when
ceded to (iermauy. It is compos
ed of (wo .small Islands In the North
Sea between the mouths of the Elbe
and Webteru niters nnd about thir
ty fito miles from the German Coast,
The Kiel ranAl Is to be Interna
tionalized nnd made available to
ships of all nations on even terms.
The disposition of German war
ships Is not likely to be included In
the peuce treaty, so the American de
legates think. Germany is to be re
quired to surrender the title to the
ships and the ownership is to be de
The British delegation has consent,
ed to refer to the supreme council
the question of the future ownership
of the German cables to America.
BY CITY COUNCIL
GOLnHILL, March 18. A big
posse consisting of Jackson County
authorities, railroad police, and state
prison guards aro out with blood
hounds and headed by llulck Phillips,
head keeper at tho penitentiary,
looking for Hod Ilupurt and Jack
Hardy, who use aped from tho llmo
It Is reptirtod that Huport w.ib seen
(went) miles north of hero, but It is
bnlloted that he will llkol) ho found
In tho hills to thu ttet.t Thu posso
Is hoatlly arineil.
AM'OIIOli I'HOI'OKTIONS l'l
TO .H'hTlfH OKl'AHT.MIINT.
WASHINGTON, I) C , March li..
Tho authority of PoHtmaslur Oonornl
railroad n. ..... .." Uurloaon to Incroasu tho toltiphonu
lnmr.ii... . huiiiuiit. tor il.u ..,. ... . ... , ... ..... u
elded that an oidiiianto for an oe
(iipiitlon ta bo dialled and picsunt
utl to the Council for action.
Thu riuunclal condition of the
city Is a mutter lug.uding which tho
Council was In piit.tto sosslon In
thu Ma) ora Of (Ice duilug tho oatly
.rutOH Is to bo determined b) tint Su- pint of the otonlng mid which ttiu
nrnim. i-!niipt. which recontlv granted I bn thrushud out nt an adjoin tied
tndav .tT ' Ul l" uu, "' noon'- " .'- , . ,
"Y" '"""o who tamo In formed nt tho Slllt0 of Kunsas PornilBslon to lu-
-m 11.0 Itlilvnl 0f .., tlalll at nnon '
" I'rmliiiw hero with a big banner alltuto procBetlings against thu post
tilth "K'nmftt" Falls-Lakovlow mnstor general, quoallonlng tlio valid
0l!!,,n,,81 rouU' K'm'y Fulls, 'li' 'f ' or.lor.
Law.!'. 'nlry' Honnnzn. Bly juid Tho court has ordorod tltnt u ru
'oik. I UIUl lmfu(loil. The Dairy turn ho made at the next tornt In Oc- to attend tho Good Roads meeting
al8 cairlod tho Service flags tobor, . I tonight.
meeting sot for tomonott night.
DAN DRIBCOMi IN TOWN. .
Dan Dilscoll, a shdopmnu of this
county Is In town from I.nngoll Valley
WASHINGTON, I). C. Minch 18. -Whetlun
tho tuteiiial rutuuuo bur
o.iu has thu ituthoiity to oufouo thu
niln against thu snlu of beer' con
taining onu half of ono pur cent oi
nioi c of alcohol ttlll lie put up to
thu Department of Justice.
Tho Intel iril lotuutiu coinmlsbiou
ur has nsKed foi an opinion In this
I'AHTV ItAM" NIGHT.
Mr. and Mis. Guotgo Walton on
turtniiiod it umber ot friends at their
homo on Conger Avonuo Inst even
ing for Mr. and Mis. H. L. Hanlson
who nro leaving tomorrow for Ho
There weio twouty guests present.
Tho evening wus dovotod to games
nnd music. Delicious refreshments
woro servod during the party.
The following permits were Issued
at tho regular meeting of the City
Council last etening
Wakefield & Sullivan, to erect a
sign in front of their garage at the
corner of Fouith and Klamath.
F. Wllsni, to erect a small bun
galow at the approximate cosi ot
$800, on block 6 of Fatrview udl
tion. A. J. Lotelad), to erect a bam in
Second Hot Springs Addition.
W. C. Hall, to build a three rioni
addition on his house in 10 wanna
Mrs. Grit) .to conduct an .part-
-lont house tc be known as the Gray
Apartments, lr, the Murdo'ck birl'l
il'E ,oer the postofftce.
cent drlte for fundB for the seten
war work organizations The action
I came as a sequel to tho action of the
Wb.r Department's Committee last
week In deciding that the organiza
tions shall not spend more than 10
per cent of their share of their drlte
funds for free tomforts for soldiers
The Knights of Columbus roaJ
tend that their part In the war work
Is mostly of the "free" arlct), and
j If they are to be resttlited to spend
ing $2,500,000 in this work, ' thttlr
whole campaign for soldier relief
will be thrown out thru lack of
In the resolution passed the hoard
sets forth the nature of the work be
ing done by Its field organizations,
and cites the rules under which it
is managed. The board's contention
Is that the "creature comforts"
the little things arc'thc things that
the soldier really needs free.
THY Tl BEACH
Agreement Expected Among
DIG UP SKULLS
Five skulls bclleted to have been
those of Indians, wero dug up hero a.
short time ago by employes of the
Cholsca Lumber and Hox comptny
when digging post holes for a new
boat landing near their factory rue
of the skulls Is said to be In excellent
shape, but the others are badly disintegrated.
Important Question of Inclndlag
League of Nations Phm Treaty
N Nmt Conldered Wtuhington
Potters HelleTc That Etra Semlon
of Congress Is Certain.
THE RED CROSS
TOBACCO SECURED TO SEND TO
SOLDIERS BEFORE THE WAR
CtiOSED IS AUCTIONED. AND
MONEY GIVEN TO RED CROSS
PARIS. March 18. President Wll.
on and Premiers Clemenceau ,of
j France, Orland of Italy and Lloyd
. George of England are conferring to
day on the question of securing tc
cord between the great powers on
all the phases of the peace treaty
and Its early presentation to Ger
man). The question of Including the
League of Nations plan In the treaty
I is aiio expected to oe agreed upon.
WASHINGTON, D. C. March 1.
An extra session of Congress before
June first Is now considered a cer
tainty by government officials here.
Some ot the members of Cosfreu
and some of the cabinet officials ex
pect It to'begln during May.
Previous to the close of the wan
residents ot the Malln section, realiz
ing how much the boys In the trench
es appreciated their smokes, had got
ten together nine cartqns of tobacco,
which they were preparing to send to
France. The armistice was signed,
however, which made a change in the
situation, so they made u change in
their plans, and have auctioned the
With a smile that makes his face
look like the sun on a bright spring
morning, George McDonald is step
ping around like a 2-year-old, and
telling his friends what a splendid
9 u-pound 'grandson Mr. and Mrs.
Alex McDonald have presented him
with, while Alex McDonald, pere, is
keeping to the middle ot the street
tobacco off. and sent in the money by and spreading the good news on both
sides . Mrs. McDonald and the baby
are doing fine, and hopes are enter
tained that the father and grand
father w ill recover In due time.
ALIIKHS WILL APPEAL CASE.
PORTLAND, March 18. Tho at
torno)s for Henr) Allien, who was
sentenced jesteidaj to McNeil's Is
land foi a t lolatlou of tho Espionage
act aro today p.oparlng for an ap
peal The motion for a new tilal was
K. C. TO SPEND
T 1 1
KNKillTh OK COLL'MIU'S CON
TEND THAT THIJV HAVE ItKiHT
1(1 ILM'END ITNDS KltO.M lllti
DRIVE AS THEY SEE TIT.
NEW YORK An ultimatum deny
ing tho power of tho Commlttoo of
Elovon ami thu War Department's
Committee on Training Camp Acti
vity was Issued by the Supiomo
llonid of Directors of tho KnlghU
ot Columbus at a special meeting at
tho Hotel LaSallo, Chicago last wuek. J
The members of the board contend
that tho committee has no powor to(
toll thorn how thoy shall spend tho
$25,000,000 allotted thorn In tho re.
A. Kalina, to be turned over to the
Red Cross. A total of $22.75 was
brought In yesterday from the fol fel fol
eowing: Dick Pickett, $3.50; Alice Givans,
$3.50; B. A. McCallum. $2.50; Joe
Okoman, $1.50; Joe Kotera, $2.50;
V. Jellnek. $2.00; C. T. Weedon.
$2.25; E. A. McCallum, $2.00; C. T
U. OF O. MORALS
OF HIGH STANDARD
Gizing oter the. rims of his spec
' tades with the sevdre expression'
which he assumes toward trembling
defendants who appear before him,
Police Judge A. L. Leavttt at the
Council meeting last evening de-
i PnnnAllman Pnl
EUGENE, March IS. Tho vindl- munil?u Knw ol " Z m f
cation of tho moral tone ot student p "'' had absea,ed "'n"
life at the University of Oregon was1 Horn the Previous meeting. Colvtn
so complete, at the trial of Jnmes immediately replied that he gq
Fullerton, editor convicted of libel bturk In the mud In Mills Addition
hero recently, that the University land was unable to get here until the
will distribute 5,000 copies of the (session was over. The Investigation
repoit of the trial throughout the ceased promptly at this point.
state. They were to be placed In the
mall Monday, March IT.
Fullerton now ls In tlio count) J .11,
under sentence of ono year. Attei he
has served a month, tho t.ged prison,
or will bo paroled on good behavior,
Judgo C. F. Sklpworth announced.
SACRAMENTO. Cal. March IS.
Martin Heaslo), on of tho beat Known
mou in Suet amen to, chopped dosd
lute )estiorday afternoon In Lodt,
where he was transacting business
for tho Pioneer Fruit, compan) of
Prior to the govuhmiont nbbiim
Ing control ot tho railroads Doaslo)
was agent in this city for tho Santa
Fo and previous to. that ho had beon
connected with the Southern Pacific
Martin Deusley wus well known in
Klamath Falls, whole he(vtas accus
tomed to make regular visits pie
vlous to the outbreak ot the war.
Unusually genial and accomodating,
he made many friends who will re
gret to learn ot his untimely passing.
Mil LIONA1UE MIM.BB OF rORf
I MH.E1.S 'initio VEAKSASD
i on tiii; kaiser
1.M3 W"HIS WORK
POIirLAND. March 18 -eryJ.
Allien, has been sentenced o three
years at McNeill's Ui and Joed
$l0.000for a violation of the esplon-
wealthy Portland Mllr, who , wm
round Bu..y of
ances on several different o
during tho war with Germany. He
was convicted and given a heavy sen
ttmco at his former trial.
SOON READY FOR HUNS li