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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1919)
(ftijr lEuenmg Herald
OF KLAMATH FALLS
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
"Thirteenth Year No. 3,576
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1919
Price, 5 cent
i OF IDS
Big Graft Sciindnl Started in
J ELKS PLANNING
I DANCE FOR CAST
In apple. Intlou n( I In effort iiwiili'
III llll'lr behalf III singing Mil' III."1
YiiiiiIovIIIk nliuw ulilili untile xtn h
it till Willi I In- IiiiiiI pulilli 'I'h u Ik I
ilut mill Fildu) oveutupii of 1Mb
week. Dm iiikiiiImiik nl Dili lodge ale
1 IIIIW plltlllllllg III glVil II Mil il I in -n -
tlir) ilinii (in III"' illieiiom. Kills.
I lio)H mill llii'li f r Ii-ihIh next 1'ildiiv I
i. inning 'I lie. it f fit I r ulll he held in
tint Klltn Hull mill glib, it r prlvllcg I
j iil u Invito lliiilr hoy ftlcmi mill will I
tin j-. I v mi ioiiiiliiiii'iiiar Hikeis lurl
IDI WORKERS '
TB GET MEDAL
itn. wipwi.n uii. i, in; .si art
i:iiii:it n.viion on ivi:vn.
1'iitsi mk m:t moviii si:v.
CN MILLION LIMIT
llmlii The )oiiiig iiii'ii who pnrll
MnIi P flili'iil of I In Womitiis'
Iti'tli'f ( nrpii Mr Ili-illin Diew (ill
iiiiim of Heppner. nulled lust nlsif
tor ii Kliort vlult In Kliiimitti county
in the Interest of lliat organlillon
Him was mot nl t!i t rut it l.-iHt night
Ii) ii (onililllte from tin' local Chap
ter mill I'fiiorti'il In tli Willie 1'nll
inn llotul where hIh' ulll rotiiiiln dur
ing her visit Mi-m (illmtii was tak
iiii to Merrill loiliij liy a local dole
rui ion for ii i (inference with tin Itn
llef Corp members there, ami will
lie present in a iill meeting of tlio
I BGY5 DIE
SHORT OF HELP
HUSH MONEY TAKEN
Kimrthr I Umi-mI of WlnkhiK "I
Vnrlwn I'"""'' "r v'"' '"r "'"
tLmllnl iiii-liliriilliin I'efi-Milmil
' nlr tlintue "' Declare Illm-
f Vlrllm t I'iiIIUfhI L'li.inle.
1 I'lIIISIIIMi sTAOI.s
I SHOW Ml'
Vlitury Libert) Loan Worlicni am
pnti'd will iiImi tin ioiiiiliiii'iitiir j1" " '''" "luiliiln ir Undr olMrts. c,,rW ,oru Monday
KlH'ulM Tin alfitlr lnal iiImIiI mm i ncriirillui: lo iihwh JiihI reeelvnl li
fully iik kik ti'joifiil nit Hint of tlie
II ml evening ami enryoiin In ilellght
eit III the iililimial luli'til tllpli)eil Ii)
Hie lot it I KlrU
Tim Rlks iiii'inliei ti'iiilet tliilr
hlllli'ie nlHiri'i llillon In Hie people of
llie lilt whose -uppntt niaile lite af
fair mi urn i.nnfii!
Ills MW N.
Mm (i A KniUBO, who Is to bit rlinlr
iiimi for Ktmnalli County In Hm IiihL
big limn ilrlve which Is to start April NRW OltK. ,! n eft 22 .'I. nii'l
lint Tllemi uiuduln are iniillllfuctur- Mrs Will ('less), it the viie'evlllo
ml from eaptnretl Herman riiiinmi. ! 1,,,im ,,f f'r,,H,, "",l "',m. who
i ami ever) worker 111 tin t lie listed In
ranie ImiU from Franco a few I.ivh
1,0S ANflKI.RH Marrli 22 Miour
frjjfrkk T iiml in mi l'"t '
dieted by ihr uniml Jt for 'asking
indiwIvltiK ni' "Kreeliu: in rftutlvo
brlbM," In fimnwtKiii Uli kiuhIiIIiik,
hou. blind PlK immiirnl reanrU. )sr ros.,
etc nrrc i I
The Mayer turn Klveii u Imiiil for
HOtl'iu .tttlil ili-cl.ireil Urn Imllflineiit J
vn K pollllnil Jul' I" llimii'in-e III"
oatora l Hi" mil) orally riimpulK"
JoiUUrlltiK To iii'Knii'i limn lieiili
IndlrtM lor kivIiik tli lirllie
SKY FORDS if
a uii after iiiitnrtiilnliii: nolilliim. were
nnler lo e.iir.. a meilal iKhK 1H.rf(,rlllI1((. m..lr Sl. Mllil!
hiireiurv of tli.i Ireautiry l.l.iiw , !,,,, ounonil I'emlilni: won 'n-
Ikiii UmiiuiI tile follow InK btateiiienl
ri'Kurillm: tile IiIk loan I
I'AI si: Al-IOS
ii in: pa.ssld hi .n nk pili:
LEAVES FOR TRIP
LONDON. Mil nil 22 -.SIioe jour
ntil auto Iti to the liarn mill lm n
nliu i heap iilrpl.uie If ) (in want to
me uliat rn:il mttentuie Ih
j With lliimtiaiuln of utile mlitorn
1 Hirneil Ioimii trotll the liattleflelil. we
lire now RettliiK lh "low .ileu n" on
fl)lllK Some of tln'lll tell )illl It In
Kreiit to fall out of the rlouiln. oth
er n th.it It iIiiik nut hurt yon u lilt
In ilrop ir..O(Mi or 1 tl.oiiij feet. If )im
, Unow how mnl It (inly linen nlmiil
12. '.ii iIiiiiiiiko to the ulrplaue
Here in what tine ueiilnl axiutor
flKuren an airplane "otiRlit to t'oxt"
Alrpbne. two neuter. JI'iHO. Iiun.
W 0 Smith former pruprlelor uf
(be KirnltiK llerahl, will lenu lo
Dorro iiiuriiliiK fur I .on AiH;elen
ud other iiiulhcrii luilitln,. where he
tiptcti to ri'inalii for mime lime for
the twnrfH of hln Inuilth
lit place un flmlrinuit of the Home
Smite Cmniiilttii' uf the local Itcil
Crou Chapter will he tllleil hy It i:
Bmllh, wlioiio appointment wan itiiulu ,(.( pr Jimri $niM) lm.r,,. ami
irLUirnimu W ivimnn tmlny 1(1J. ,,,. )1nr ji2n. nmliiinlliiK.
- -- ' p,.r )ear. $l.. fuel mnl oil. per
mile. 3 renin, eurh fall (If coffin In
mil rniulreil) $2f.n
I AccoiiIIhk to IhU (oiufortluR
jimiiik tun ti. Home lompnii) hIioiiIiI
romo nloiiK uml turn nut a tireotl of
uerlnl f II worn at n runt of (I Mill
ilnwn ry unit Ii ilown 'I Ills lpe
I wnnlil tie a hlpl.ilie- Hint In, II
j wnnlil he .ilile to rlllilh lT.Oiin or K.-
000 feet uml uttlilll n npeeil of ft mil
411 lo MO in I leu un hour Of coume,
If )im want In full mine limn IS. unit
HKC'MM.VIION o." LOVi:il feel. )ou iniikt pa foi the nxtrrt
piwrr reililrei to kI ''' !' "
lilK" LiiiuI rurrjtiiK nlrplanen will
ho imirli more ript'liilw
The (tnr l.llierty loan r.unpalKn
i will open on Monday. April 21nt. anil
' will clone on Saiurilay. May 10th I'n-
iler the act of (oiicrenn approvetl Hep
temlii'r 21. 1917. ami umemimciitn
jlherelo Hie neiretary of the treanury
ntfll han I he authority to Initio liomln
ll('nlmllar to llione of the neroml. third
iaiiil fourth l.llierty l.oaun to the ex
,V) 'tent of not in it tri.(i22,rlS.H0li hut
I any Ihmih of liomln umler authority of
(hln in I In lluilleil an to rate of In
turent in a maximum of ', per cent
per annum, null woulil he nulijecl to
nupiir laxen ami protlln laxen. except
for the rlf.ht In participate In the ex
emptlou of (5.UIIII principal amount
with other oulntamllni; Inntien of Lih-
itrty homln ami (ertlllcalen
The coiiKresn han now pinneil the
Victor) limn art. which wan upprnvil () T(i;it.s
March .1. IU19. under which tlio nec-
rutur) of the treamir) In nuthnrlred
to ttniin uiiten of the I'ulted
St nl en In the extent of not mer $".
ouo. 00(1, ouo. upon ntifh termn uml
cnmlltlotin ami ut Mich rate or ruten
of Inlercnt us he inn) prencrlhe '
It In provided In thin net Hint thenu'
noti'H nliall he payuhlo ut such time
or times not Ion than one year or
tiled He pluudud nil Impo'tnn' tin
Knrmetit Karly next inornlui; ho
nlurteil tint St Mihlol ilrhe
A iniiiith later the I're.isyR met
him mid he finked ' How did )ou
like tlie blinw" '
AildiliK 'When I lottl Mai I had
an ciiKiip-mt-iit I had tint nliow In
in i ii tl o I on 111 not nee )olirn "
iti:.si;u C TKAIMNC
t'MltlN WILL IIAVK
MILITAU I.OI IPMLST M I M-
i'okms 'io iti; i t usisiii.ii
COMPAMO in Tin: L.it-;i:it
IIKill SCHOOLS Ol' STA'IK
SALI:M. March 22 - Mllltnr)
eitllpiuent, iuilllilllIK UlllforillH, will,
ho furnished by Hie Koiernlili'iit to'
inlllciry roiniMiilt'K In Urn larter
hlKh nchooln of the. state, under the'
Kowrnnieii'.H plan for military train. '
lilK an made known h) .f A. Churcu-,'
111. Mtntu nupcrliitumleut of puhtlc
ItintriK Hon Colonel Howard of the'
I'ulted States nrmy han apprised Su-(
perliitendeiil Chun hill of the si hemp
mid an outline Ih helm; fuinlnhcd,
to pilmlpnln ami illy superintend-!
ents turnout tlio Hint"
Tlio plan, where worked out 'will
MiijirTiIu Un; procram preiloush'
made '' the smo department of edu
cation undor the legislative enact-(
meiit of l!il7. In Orecon. hy which i
the i-tate was hiipposed to furnish
the cuulpiiiont The state was unable
to do this, howuier. lackliiR eijulp
ment The federal plan provides that
ail) high school with 100 bo)s or
more may make application for per
mission to offer military work. If
authorized to offer the vvotk. an
army officer will be detailed to Rive
There is a possibility that the plan
ma) be made to cover schools where
not more than fifty boys tan be
furnished for military training and
Cdluniil Howard has advised that
siuh districts make their applica
tion so that they can be accomodated
if such a ruling Is made
PORTLAND. Mnnh 22 Agrim!
final net Hon of Oruson nre begin
ning to make their annual plo'i for
labor, a letter rocelvod Tuesday by
the Portland ('number of Commerce
atklng that 1' men n week bo sup
plied for the ranch district border
ing on Hums.
The letter was sent to the local or
ganization by William II, 'in ley of
llurns Ho sn)s Hint the war emer
gency look away a largo number of
young men and that many of tho re
maining workers went to the larger
industrial tenters, being attracted by
tlio high wages. Tho rancher Indi
cates that the time has arrived when
this shortage must be met with n
new and .steady influx into most of
the Oregon ranching sections.
The letter suggests that a large
number will find ex client farm
Most of County Highway
Have Been Dragged
KI'CKNi:. Murili 22. Work of re-
more than live years from the date of modeling Hm fnlverslty of Oregon
Issue, us mil) lie prescribed by the hauacks for the use of the reserve
necretur) offliers' training 1 111 ns. hns begun.
After mud) lug lliianclul conditions ,s ,,,,.,, , ,,.mmU. ti, htnlc.
Hire so Unit It will satisfy most of
DIES IN CANADA
In all parts of the louutry I have de
termined that the Interests of the
Culled States will be best Im conserv
ed ut this time in the Issuance of
short term notes rather than of long
er term homln. which would havo to
bear the limited rate of Interest at
I H per cent
Tim Vliiurv Liberty lomi. there
fore, will take the form of mites of o-iel Ituymond ('. Hnlril
the needs of tlio training cotps
On the lower flooi of tho barracks
will bo four looms for company I1011I
(liiarteis. rifle racks, a supply and
store room nml office for Colonel
W II C. Ilowen anil Lieutenant Col
in the nu
ll lingo lecture
rifle range for
ikhiy u iik 11 has iu:i: iik;
FACTOR IN llltlMJIMi AIIOl'T
KLAMATH HAS ASM'AI, MKKT
The Annual meeting or tho Klaiu
tl DnlMKe District will be held
tr hl afternoon ut which offl
ri for tlie coming )iar will tio
tlwlcil nml important IiiiiiIiiiiiih mnt
Iti taken rirc of In addition to
wc election of new off ((,.. onu
"icr on tin. he
BOATS NOW RUNNING
ON UPPER KLAMATH
lint lie on the big 1'ppnr Kliun
vn" itlh I.akti Is no' nearly gone 1n.1l It
t born u . '."r'1 0,1l,,"w,,,r ,- Is expected Unit llio regula. dall)
tobo,II(,( u, ,his meeting ll(!1, servlio .0 II,. t'PPe. 1 ..!.e
ol HU .rl,m,' ', ' ,"!,,r""! ,,fforl" KMtii l ' r.M.,:. I im Ibe 1,.'
vi mis ori!iiti(Tiii .in 11, ..1 it... ......... ' 1
orKmiltiitlnn Hint tho gutos
om lliu KI1111.1I1 8.nll ( ,10
"uthcrii Piicirii Itallriiad ctohsIiik
"" t Int dosed I'uusliiK the
rliyKo nf mi imnit'iiso tract of
wh lands lu the Lower Klumiith
,. ' A,","t foity thoutmud ucins.
ny tliottsami ln r,.K0M
wily thniiK.inii I,, Cnllfornln, huvo
" 'r boon drained .,,! , now
UnV ""'''' r"r '"""""igii pin poses.
t of this tnml win he undor cultl-
'"?, now in a sho.i tl.uo nml
Tl T" "r"u ,H l ' " l'"l
ownl., "", ,"ml H u,l,lu'- liviilo
Sir 4,"m, iH,tonw ,o n,,
(i ID II.W CITV.
imi.. ... -""in nir novel 111
thuoj";;;,11"" n ti.n my .ity
mt H inliun togotltcr.
tho Tutted Stales, maturing lu not p,.r stem will he
over live years from cluto of Issue ' ,, nilnKteis
iribo. 11,,.; pnitnilo ."- Practice and a largo .able
to pav of Un. t'nlted Slates, will bo for making model liench .s.vstenis in
Issued hiilh In registered and coupon rl.tv uml s.intl.
form, nml lliu coupon notes will bo ill Colonel Ilowen uxpeits tho changes
lluul form and will have attached the ,)0 LOIUI,)t.0(i i ,no 0m ,oim.
!:;::r.u:n!;.,',?'ri,.,,p:.fu'.',,u!u" - - --
Hid miles lu Iliml engruved form will from the start of the nest school
he readv for deliver) hv tjie opening year
of the campaign on April 21st .
1 am led to nitopt the plan of Issu
ing short term notes rather thuii long
torm bonds, lnrgely because of tho
fact that I believe a short term Isauo
will maintain 11 price at about pur af
ter tho rampalgn is concluded far
more leudlly than would 11 longer
I have not yel reached a conclusion
as to the rule of Interest and exemp
tions from taxation which these notes,
will hear because tho decision must (JllOl D
im bused on existing conditions im-
niedliitel) pi lor to the opening of the
1 lake Ibis opportuuit) to repent
what I huvo iilrvad) Mated, that It Is'
ih,. Iiiientlou of the treason depart-!
nii'til to mrrv on the same Intensive
c.iinpnl'gu for distribution as hereto
fore It would be a '"' ;;'"'"";;: The last few days of clear weather
nrrurioiiu' for tin poopio 01 uh
United States mil to take these notes, huvo tilled the giounil so that tlio
thus pluclng til" burden of subscrlp- fu mcra can get to work In tho Holds
tlons upon the bunks The business , u 1UBl, umher mo already
of the country looks to be the bank- , ,rio ll(,llV), wogUlro wn0,
r?T!Jzzz:riium: .-,.... ,u gn.u,. ,,.,, robr.
credit Is absorbed lo ti large extent nry and the Hist weeks of Msuch has
by the purchase of government secur- pm the soil in better coudlHou than
Hies, theio will be many limitations (t U1 n(, f(1. fctvorn .veins tiack
placed ilium III i Bitliply of ciodlt for )(nil t)u) (,l()l) ,,,,,, of Klamuth
xrn.r..T: - t,.r,rJ ?" i "" """ "-
""" , oiir iuiiicH.....n ...... .....--..-- . .. .,,,.,..... mil,.,r iri iKutlon
11 horse Hhoe sliupe io give utunii ; Ul,( ampio creuii un mi n , ,
wheels of Industry in moiinii mi aro veiy uiikiii.
pence Unto pioductlon unil dl- Many of the farmers hero 1110 In-
Irlbiitlon, nml Hm VMige-eainor Is vstll(, Bmu tractow findliiK
dlreiily inteiesled In seeing ha m,(li0(I ,, ,,riu.cn,
these wheels are kopi inoviiii, in 11 ... , , ,
niViiiiiil "ate. In order that full mn- liom oro tho working season U
ployuient al good wages may con- Bhoit
tlnue, and vvhnro re.idjustmunt con-, ...
dltlous havo necimltatctl a s 1"R OI'I'ICIIK Ilin't'ILVS.
down of IniltiKtiy It Is vitally Import-1
unt that the uctivuy no rusuiui-.i ......
labor ru-employed lit lliu mirllosl pos-
.Mis Kliner Smith of this city re
ceived news yesterday of the death
of her husband in Alberta Canada,
on March 20th. The telegram which
brought the sad tidings, gave no de
tails and efforts are now being made
by the widow of the ilet eased, to
learn more particulars.
Mr. Smith was well known in this
tit) wlieie he was formeily engaged
in the rontraitlng business. Ho has
been away fiom Klamath Falls for
an extended time
HEREFORD BULL IS
SOLD FOR $50,000
of Apill Routs me now running up
Willi tn til t twice u. week anil special
Dips made when theie Is cyl for
AT LOCAL Hi:ST,riL'l
1 Willi the extension of the loom
formuily occupied by the Kwauna
lliu her shop, lliu Ilex Cufo 11 1 t!2S
Muln SI lent bus been completi'l) in-
I nuidulod mnl iniiilo nblu l ucuinm
dute tho Imde The lunch umnler
1 which formeily tun up one side of
tho loom hns now been extended In
till Mt l MN PARTS Ol'
COl .TV RLADV l'OR PLOW
l.MJ. MAW i:W TRACTORS
ISr.D. CROP PROSPLCTS (JOOD
CII1CAC50. March 22. What was
declared to he a world record price of
$30,000 for a pure-bred Hereford
bull has been .inuouiiceil by J 15 Fer
guson as having been paid by Fergu
son Ilros of Cnnby. Minn., for 'Rich
ard Fairfax," u 5-je.ir-old registered
unimal The best previous. American
price was $.11,0 00 for "Ardmore."
sold by W L. Yost to W. It Picker
ing, both of Kansas City, Mo.,
The bull's weight Is between 2,100
and 2,.ri00 pounds.
lilt; STORM l-N ROCKY
MOI'.NTAIX TT.RKI 1'ORi .
DKNVL'H. March 22 Sleet and
snow in noithein Colorado, W.vo
iiilng and New Mexlto jesterdn.v ser
iously interfeied with the telegraph,
telephone communications and ratl
1 toad schedules Thrjjvviic, mo down
toda) iu man sectilms.
TO SIAKi: TKSTs Ol'
AIR OVKR ATLANTIC
llireo times the oilgiiiul spme Tho
outlio plnie bus been renovated nun
tlio wink wns completed this afler-
IV Vn.ll. . . .. . ,,....
ban, . "' """ m" unimllt, """
" "0 III Hllll Pliiiul.r,. .! "
John,'" ""," Ml "" h. W. I'ai.l WII.I. RKCOMi: CITI.IINS
hern rUlif T. ""' "fi (lllbeit Wick of Klamulli Falls
'.Sl M.TY list TODAY.
bur 11 '."' ''' ""KNlIo. U(wq.
"" dlod uf dlseiiHii
Timothy Ditnlnu, .Inhn T. IlroHimn,
Jnlm T. O'Connor and Dennis Law
of MoiilU and .lack Dtinlea of Milln,
havo slgiilflml their liRontlnn of he
romhiK clti.ens of the United Stales
by filing Declaration of Intention
Papuis with Deputy CI111U Clms F
1 Del. up,
I OF STATE
OR(;.NI.TIO.N OKTTINO Ill's Y
ON" KLAMATH SITCATIOX.
SHIP.MKNT.s LAST YKAR AWAK-
i:n iNTi:itiT Tintr ori:;o
GRADER STARTS SOON
W'ii.l New Work Will Uc CindcrizlnfC
ol R0.11I to Pelican ftay Saw Mill at
Pelican fit) Repair' XA'ork on
I Highways i, , ij,. Fjr)t iJOokj
' After, New Work Following.
PORTLAND. March 22. Appoint
ment of thiee men as a committee
representing the Portland Chamber
of Commerce to study the Klamatn
Falls situation and to compile and
submit plans for getting railroad
connections thru to this point, either
by the Natron cutoff or by the Stra
horn project, will be made in a few
Reports received from Klamath
county show that shipments from
that district totaled 2407 carloads
of shooks, 1371 carloads of lumber.
40 csrs of grain and flour, S of po
tatoes, 19 of wool, 10S1 of HvestocK
and 4S1 miscellaneous, representing
11 total export trade of over $1,000.
000 during 111S.
Practically all of this material
wa.s shipped to San Fraucisco, ow
ing to the rate differential of this
point over Portland. Completion of
the Natron cutoff, the Chamber of
Commerco men point oui. would
hi hi g Klamath count) on .111 aver
age of 100 miles nearer Portlitid.
The Chamber of Commeice loutends
that this business should be kept at
The big road progrartvfor Klam
ath County has already been started
by dragging of the hlgbwayj In near
ly all the localities, according to
County Iload Supervisor Thomas Dix
on, who states that this work Is now
about completed and that the big
new tractor and grader wjll be
started right away on the road from
the outskirts of towri toward tbe
poor farm, where repair work Is
badly needed. Repair work will al
so be undertaken on the Olene rota
nt an early date. There will be no
new construction until some of the
old highways are built up, It Is stat
ed. The first new work which will be
done, will be the completion of the
cindering of tbe road to Pelican
Hay Sjw Mill on the Upper Klamath
Lake at PelicaiPcitr, -which was
blocked by weather conditions last
fall. This work will be commenced
as soon as tbe snow on tbe west side
of the Lake has melted sufficiently
to enable men to get out tbe cinders.
It is reported that there are still
three feet of snow in that district.
Tbe County Court is In session
tod.i) and It is expected that a trac
toi driver for the new County
mm 1 ine will be appointed.
STORE AT CHILOQUIN
Announcement has been nuds 1 f
the sale of tho CliUoiiuiu Mercantile
company at Chiloquin, to C. U. Row
man of the Klamath County high
rchiul anil his brother.' Dee Ilowiir.n,
from tho linn of Martin Ilrothe;t ill
'li'.s r'ty. The now owners of the es
tablishment are to take possession 011
June 1. Mr. Howmau has been mlli
e .! of the Klamath County hnjli
tohi'Oi for several vears. am) will bo
mused here, whero he has besn ect
ivo In all matters of community Inter
est. Mr. How man has a desire lo gt
into business for himself, and thinks
there is no placo like Klamath Coun
ty. His brother, who H now iu tin
Kast, will come out about tho midillo
of April, uml Professor Row man and
family will move to ChHoquiu in
LONDON, Murili 22. The Hilt,
ish air ministry annouueed that the
steamer Montcalm will stall across
tlio Atl'iutir to make daily all tosls
with kites, the results of which will!
be made available to all nvlntois at
tempting a transatlantic flight, 10
Kirdluss of nationality
Lioutonnnt Fritz. Clmpmnn. son of
Justice N, J, Chapman, vho hns been
1 11. 1. refoio. ask tho American poo- 1.. tlio Aviation Hinnch of tho mlli
plo'oui'u again tu glvo their support tary BO.viCo f,. t tiu past year ami
to their government In order that wJi(j hs hom 8n((mei t llllnoll
ro.KSrWra-0.. . "MM.! to return
Iilu (llstilbutlon. Illls evening.
i.KAvn afti:u VISIT.
', Colonel II. A. Johnson and Mrs.
Johnson, wlio have been visiting (
hero for tho past two weoks returned
this morning to their San Francisco
homo. Col Johnson is preaidout of
tho Klaiuath Manufacturing Coni-
1 puny nml hns been here looking af
Iter business Intel eats,
.it'sTicirs powers statkd.
SALKM. March 22. If a justice
nl' t hi 1 1 dm jii lirxlilc in 1 tcit Iff Inn iti'fii'
' w - - ".' . 1
ceitaiu violations of the proliriiitlon
liw, ho must try them iu his own
conn Instead of sitting us n commit-,
ting magistrate ami binding the de-,
feudiint ovei to the (iraml Jury, no-'
(oidlug to an opinion Imnded down
today by Aitoiney (5enor.il Hrowu at,
tho lontie.st ol District Attorney Dun
can of Klamath county.
JIAXY YA.NKIU: CASCALTIKS.
PARIS, Match 22- More tlmu I,
000 Ameilcau soldiers have mturied
Fiench girls It luiB been loveuled by
tho lecords of tho American tonsul
Rill l SIM TO STAY IX JAIL WITH
"OLD HACS," AND tJETS OTH
KR QIARTIUISI-DISTKIUX AT-
SEATTLK, March 22. Miss Ruth
Garrison 'a 0U"B Kirl who con"
fesso.d to the murder of her rival.
Mrs. Dudley M. Storrs, this week by
puttmp strychnine in her food, is be
ing he'd here in the House of the
ood Shepherd, instead of the coun
ty Ja.l on the orders of Sheriff Strin
gers. I'be young woman declared
that -.110 would not be put In with
those .,1,1 hags at the county Jail.'
Viosotuting attorney Fred Bron
dec'.a-, I , hat he would object by ey
...x ,. ,ns iu hU power to treating
her d.florentl) from other women
prisoners Ho said, "She is a mur
derer, .uml not a martyr, and there s
no sense in trying to make her one.
Miss ii.1rrl.0n has been given a
week to enter a plea
D..Jl.- Sto.rs, for """
she committed the terrible deed, will
,. -. tn face a
The He.ald will W ' """
f,;,. ,mmllo..lW.ltat to""?J
ami (niivlrtloii 01 "'"",:.'
stealing .,. of the Herald e
tWr ilellver, to ,
11I.111B Main street, Uw "frr.J
to stop it, and with "'' euu
is olieiins this rewwd.