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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1919)
(ftlj? iEmmfnn Herald
0F KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth Year No. 3,577
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1919
INFORMAL PARTY i
SATURDAY N IGHT'
An liifm mill evening parly m
given Hiitiinliiy evening Iiv Mr ami
'Mrs C II IliiMiintn hi their u-ld
olire n( 424 Hlxih Street In Imnor of
Mr nml Mm, tleorgo C HiikkIiih
Iiii iiri' here mi a tnlt from lloodj
Itlvor Mr HiikkIiih uiih h fnrinir
member of tint IiIkIi hlIiiioI fncully1
.hole nml most nf tin. guests Vt t-t
'fniiijty inemliem Tim evening iii
i devoted In in ii li- mnl a general iiirl.
able rood tlmt Those present were
Mr nml Mm C C HiikkIiih. Mr nml
I.Mih, K (! Ilinmliiiiiii, Mr mul Mm
" I J. II llees, Mr mnl Mm J II Kuril.
.... hiitu i ruiuc Mr "",l Mr" ,:ll,,,'r IklijK. Misses
WORKING WIIH LbNiriC.,!;.),,,, W,.. Edith Keen, l.urllo Miir-
shall, IIiicIikI Applegnle. Mm Kstello
(Cirrler mul W .1 Moore
Hi IS SENT
Hungarians Prepare to So
cialize Indtutrien t
Alrlan Ci.ilral WiirkiiiMii'o Cumuli
1 Hrlii'liiK 1" '"l" Hiiiigiirlun
loi llnnii'" Au-lrln I Depend
rat !' llnli-nti' 'or l'io(l Mil-
.,,'rilm-Mimik Prolilrnl Out
Innervation In (mother matter which
noiirly nil tho residents hore look for
wnrd l seeing iMroinpllHhed, Iho Idea
of having over ICt pur cent of the tor-
I rllury In reserve of viirlouM klndH,
not being relished In fuel, there nre
In hundred and one innttcm thut!
should ho taken up Ininictllutely, anil
problem thut nro going to take lots'
of money mnl lots of time from lots'
,of people !
The women of the city Imvu ul-t
ready taken an Initiatory move In,'
till., .IU..III..M 1.. .I...I. ..........
j- . , lt "" tin --iiwii iii iim-ii iciciii tirHll
uamering nai tJeen called imion of a comiiiorm body,
big accomplishments In th
ample assurances of what they will!
ho ulilu to ilo by Joining tliclr efforts'
to those, of thu men of the com
Not a day passes hut that the olllco
of the acting secretary Ik overrun
with Inquiries nhout Klamath, agri
cultural poHHlhllltlei .transportation.
X" '" ""I! soundness of hanks and chances to
SHOWN IN PRICES
WASHINGTON. March 21 Altho
food prices showed a decline of 8 per'
cent during the month ending lant'
rouruary i&, tne price were 9 per
cent higher than those prevailing in
February, 1918, and about 73 per
cent higher than the price averago
I'rke statlstl for last month, an'
! IN Hi 1 BIT
at City Hall
, and their JDignitarie. From All Over J 7!:" Si Declare War' Between Hun-
o paHl aroi MU....i. r,: I nt.i .. k..... - c.i. .......... t
BODY TO BE FORMED
IVi-IIng of (Illnil li
Mir( nn Organization Which Will f'Jiiml lniliiKtrl.il InstltuJIoiiH, mid
I'nilerliikc Mali) Matter That
Mum Hi- l,ookrl After In Develop
iiirnl of Cllj nml Count).
fOI'KNIIAUI.N. Mnrrh 21 A
Cirtho-Slmnk m.uy hint been mini
ifilil llunrar- iirrurilliiK 1 nil of
fldJl iuHirt reieived from Vienna.
A Herlln dispatch n)s that T. 'I
JUwryk president f (-'mclio Hlov,
iki. ba nalKiieil bin pout.
Ctrl Itmlek. n lenillnu HiikbIiiii
liolihevlk BKent In Oeriimny who
bid bwii arrei'leil linn been roleai-(
id br the (lermnii Konruuinnt.
COI'KNIIAOKN. Mnrrh 24 At
tkettrit inrrtlne of tlm new HuiiKur. '
tin fournmelil at lluilnptut, a 8ol
(Jltn' ami V(irknien' loiincll for,
Ibc rntlru illntrlrt of HuiiKnrln wnii
ipl-olnti'd mul plmm iiiniln with
Ktntt of Lenliie. n Merlin ilUpntch
tltM. This rnunrll Immedlutcly
there in hound to bo a heavy acces
sion to our population this coming
Hprlng mid miminor, and e in'uat bo
roady for what In coming.
i:. i.s woitKi.vt. oi't mci:i,y
Thursdny uteiilng In the dutu and
VKHTI.HH.IY the city hall In th place which ha'
t'iivtL-liTL-lil ll((!tl Set fnr u milKM mnnllni- nf I Iw. '
- r.iir.i-i --" ---.r v.. i.tu
HAt'K At-TKH .X
lUted were cheaper In February than!
in ine preceoiug monin. i no marKoa
decrease)! were eggs. 33 per cent,
and butter, 19 per cent I'otntoei 1od
the twelve articles showing an in
crease by an advance of 25 per cent.
(Iiurilitnan Who Iliu. Spent Years In
of Northern Michigan IU-rlics'
High Appointment 1'romotlon I
MKslomir) Work Anion'; Iiulimii
ComcN iih (ircat Surprise.
nm.MKit ui:sidi;.nt iikhk.
Ileportii from the nrloiin pnHtoiH
IliU iiiornlliR ItullralK that the rluirrh
iittendiinrn here )e-i(erday Is ullll on
the Increase, and the Rn to Church I
lilONn which Ins breu proiuotoil In a
ro-oporatlNo way for the pant feu
weekn, Is liu lnK the desired effect I
i no niimwniK report is Kien, ii,-iU, , , ,, ,
thodlst Chuich. undny .ehool. Hi),", "" "'"""'' urn-..,..,,
morning service Mi. evening Rt.rvlrci Uued the call to the meeting, and
ely HO, llaptlst Church. 51.11.lay school. " '""" '""" "
itirtrd Hie preparation of 11 bill for fit), morning service CO, evening """"'" OI cll """ ai mis
the wclallMtlon of nil lndustll.il ne-'servlce 3r.. Barred Heart, nmt nun, """ l" bo on ,mm1' Mn"' r u,' "ul
UilllMi. -ISM, (.econ.l mass 125. I'rrtbyiorlnn mcor" ,mVo l,Kl";d helr desire to
Huiiiliy Krliool 102 morning.' 60 upiort the proposed organization as
AMSTKHIiAM. Mmch 21. Tim evening service 127; Christian ' th,' foriuerly did, but they want to
C I. Kelsey has returned from a
several months visit in Southern
cltliens of Klamath Falls for the for- California. Mr. Kob-ey Is well known
matlon of a now commercial organ-; In this city, where he ling extensive
Itutlun to ta'kn caro of the Immense1 bUHln,'w '"torests
problems of development which aru
now facing tho city and county I
It has been found after discussion
with progressive men of tho city that j
iucIi a movo Is necessary nnd Is being
expected from tho ofllcers and direct-'
ors of tho old Klamath Commercial
Club, and these men aro therefore
back of the move President J W ,
Mm J II Duiiimi, who has been
spending the winter In San Jose has
returned to tho city and Is stopping
at tho White. Pelican Hotel where
Mr Duncan is making his home since
hli return to this branch of the
NEW Hi T
Austrian Central Workmen's rnuifj Church, Hiindn) school Mil, morning
til hi decided not to Join the lliui- service 90, evening HO Tnonly-slx
irlan cnwrmiicnt lit Introducing new members Joined tho latter
tb Soviet recline, hemline Austria J Church vesterdny.
Ii dependent nn (he Allies for food 1 The Christian Science Chinch re
'Wll. ports 11 full nltondance at Chur'h
'nnd Sunday School
WASHINGTON II C (Luterl I
Hitch 21 -Slate Depaitmenl ills
lchM finiii llelgrade say that tho
llungiirlaii llnlshevlk Rovern.
nent onlorci the beginning of hos
tllltle ngilnst the Itiitente, last Krl.
ly nlfilit There Is 110 Information
i lo wlietlicr operations hnvo actu
llr teen uiiiliirtnkin
I'AIUS, Marrli 21 Advices horo
Ny lutt-d thm the monitor of
the Kntinte are alrojily.oii their way
' P U10 liiiniilie lter from Serhlmi
WlnU to lliiihipcst to piotetl the
AJISTi:itl)AM. Marih 2 1. A tin
nonmrallun nRalnst tho violation of
, Ujrmin tenllorj under tho p.mco
'f"iy ns held vestordny In front
Mh resilience of PieKldent Kbert
' "orlln n. ,.l)Wd hiiw some
American officers nml mistook them
'f Irltlsh n,,,! Hltoittei, "Down with
f A COPKNIIAHiTn Mnrrh 2.Kor-
Jjwr fcmwior ll,,.rl..H of Auslil.t
"Wla i,.,d family hnvo ,.ft Kknf.
" CMllefrH luerl ...d on n spec
111 ,r'n, II Is leported
KXI'IIKSS A(!I'.T UKTUIINH.
ofH,r'i.,.J ,ft,lu,r- ,v'i txiH rlmrgii
thlV '"" r"IK0 ,:"l'w. nfflco in
'tlly and who hiia been In Port-
1 tarV" '""r1" ,lf "H
it.... .. . ,"" '" ll,ht "'Kilt nnd
-- umi nis
hi:vi:.NTi:i: mi:mih:hs or v. ok
1 o. ji,i:i: ci.i'H nto.M ai.i,
pahts or oiik:o.v anh cam.
I-'OHMA TO appi:ak
see a new group of officers tako the
helm of tho management and opera
Development of all kinds is now-1
crowding so hard on Klamath County
that tho commerce association must .
necessarily bo a bigger proposition,'
with heavier support, and embodying
more features than wits previously I
foiiud necessary Tho year which Is J
just now opening Is going to be the
biggest year In tho history of tho
I county Tho eyes of thu Pacific Coast
land many sections of tho Kast nro
centered hero as tho coming country,
and outsiders urn going to pour in at
a rate never before known; In fact,
they huvo commenced to como ul-
PAI.ATI.lli HO.Mi: TO UK CON-
STIU'CTKI) IIV PHOMIXKXT
STOCKMAN OX KAH.M XIIAH
CITV. WOHK KTAIITS SOOX.
What Is declai ed to bo one of the
finest ranch houses In Klamath
County, Is to be constructed this
summer by the KicM Hrothcrs on
their ranch near this city, according
to an announcement today by K. K.
Wnttenhiirg, who has just complet
ed the plans and specifications for
ready Inquiries of every dcsrrlp-
! the structure
tlon nro received In dally Increasing Tl,e rcHlilenro, which will bo mod
numbers. At present there Is no ern " ovory imrtlculnr. will cost ap
available funds, oven for postugo for
answering these lettois whose prompt
attention monnn many thousands of
dollars to tho county later.
Tho problem nf housing these poo-
A varied program Is to be offered
tho people of Klamath Falls when I1 when thoy ujrlvo. with tho sltuu
mother sIiown hIkiii
'W'K riUW VACATION.
ipeM,)!' Mt'Nl'll'. wl s beon
kl f mil ? ""H ",,ou wh. with
, ', ''"H A"K0,,,S """ ro-
1 mil H ,1,y M,H' M,,No'-
ror 5 f''" wu, notrotun,
m WOMAN VISITS.
Mi . p 1, ,.
'Wine a f . ,"lnnm of M""n B
' om ?- . ,I,5H ' H'o 'lty visit
.h e, I:' 'r. ,i m. I.arn.
brook r! i""8'"1" " In Horn.
ttttboui n" """ W,U roi,,ovo
"UOlt tllU (list Of M,.v
the I'ulvorslly of Oi 01:011 Mon's (!leo
Club ihi)R hero tonight and tomoi
low night. There will be Home heavy
numbers, hut tho grnuler part will
ho the lighter, Jollier kind so well
fitted to organizations such iih tho
college glees Tho in turn of tho
stunts can lint ho revealed In nd
vntiro, fuithor than to say that thov
nro designed nnd expected to nil 10
The seventeen members of tho
rlub como from many purls of Ore
gon nnd California. They have been
welded Into nn effective oignnlrn
tlon by John Stnrk Kvnns, director,
who Is 11 member of tho faculty of
thu School of Music
tlon as It Is today, Is rapidly K'wl'&,,tombor,
proximately $S,S00 and will be com
posed of two full stoiles and baso
mont Hardwood floors will bo laid
In all tho nine rooms nnd the extci
lor will bo of 11 stucco finish.
Tho work will he stmted about
May First and completed In Sep-
The following directum of tho
Klamath Drainage District wore
named at tho annual meeting hold
heio Httiiiduy afternoon. M. Mot-cliuiibiir-lior
for a term of three yopia.
P. ,K. Koiintuln for 11 torm of two
yoiiis nnd W. 8. Slough, About forty
votes wero cast. It Is expected thut haV(j prov0(, ,nat BUgar bootg can bo
There nro n number of things yet
to ho done by tho people of Klamath
Fulls for Robert K, Strahorn, after
tho completion of tho municipal lino
to Dairy, hoforo tho railroad builder
ran bo asked to go ahead with his
construction to tho north. Tho spur
of tho lino from Dairy ovor to Ilo
iianza, which has received such flno
support by tho pooplo of that ilfstrlct
should bo pushed to tho utmost, und
tho movo gotten under way at once.
There Is an endless task to be per
formed In tho way of Interesting os
tahllshmcnts which should bo located
In Klumnth County. Saw mills, box
factories, und other wood-working
roiicerns, nro to bo Bccured. Tho es
tablishment of a packing plant would
save sending out tho raw product of
this county on tho hoof nnd shipping
them buck In ngoln, freight two ways.
Tho sldo products of such a plant
moans various other kinds of indus
try. A woolen mill and a scouring
mill could not profitably ho located
hero with the present number of
sheen adjacont. Klamath Form ors
The Kzell H: others enme to Klnm.
nth County 1. fow jenrs ngo from
Nevada and by up-to-dnto farming
rmothods hove demonsti.itcd that
stock raising hero ran ho made a
most piofltnblu business.
SKATTI.K. March 24. Itlght Ilev.
Joseph F. McGrath, Tacoma, will be
consecrated hero tomorrow ns bishop
of tho linker City, Ore., diocese. Dig
nitaries of tho Roman Catholic church
from many parts of the Pacific North
west will be present at the services.
Right Hov Kdward J. O'Day, bish
op of Seattle, will be tho consecrator.
His assistants will be Right Rev.
John P Carrol), bishop of Helena,
Mont., und Right Rev. Mathias G.
Lcnlhan, bishop of Great Falls. Mont.
Numerous other Catholic clergymen
will take part.
Rlshop-elect McGrath was nominat
ed for the Uakcr City diocese by Pope
Ilcncdict early In January, but the
papal bull making tho appointment
did not arrive here until a few days
ago. Ho will be Installed as bishop
of Ilakcr City, Ore. He will succeed
Right Rov. Charles J. O'Malley. who
was appointed in April, 1918, to the
Lincoln, Neb., diocese.
Ilishop-elect McGrath was born in
Ireland orty-seven years ago. After
studying theology in Montreal ho was
ordained there In 1895 by Archbishop
Fabre for the Springfield, Mass., dio
cese. Later Father McGrath spent two
years In missionary work among the
Indians of Northern Michigan. There
he overtaxed his strength, and went
to Texas to rest. Later he came to
Senttlo and Tacoma.
gary and Entente Power
TROOPS MAY BE SENT
tho names of tho offlceis
IIojkI will bo iiiiujod today
MOIIK VAXKUKS AlllllVK.
. NKW YORK, Mmch '.
thousand Amorlcuu troops
horo today from Franco.
grown hero In quantity nnd quality
superior to many sections whoro
sugar fuctorlos nro now operating
profitably, nnd no offort should bo
spared to got 0110 of those things
located hero at tho ourllest momont
Tho opening of tho big Klamath
FAIIt HOARD .CUKATKD AND
THAOTOH DKIVKIl AMI Tltl'CK
DIUVlIlt AUK SKIiKCTKI) IIV
A now County Fair Hoard con
sisting of Fred Peterson of Merrill,
Frank Sexton, hold of tiro school
Industrial Club woik In Klamath
County dm! County Agricultural
Agent E, II. Thomas, was appointed
Saturday nfternoon by tho County
Couit. Ench member of tho new
boaid Is oxpocted to furnish bonds
for tho amount of $1,000 and may be
aw 01-11 In at uny time,
Clarence Uravvloy was named trac
tor ill Ivor at a salary of $140 per
month and Cluis. Wnlihlp, truck dri
ver at five dollars a day. ,
TACOMA, March 24. As tho cli
max of twenty-three eurs of success
ful church work, Rov. Joseph F. Mc
Grath was appointed by Popo Uene-
dict bishop of tho diocese of Eastern
Oregon, with tho bishopric at Haker
City. Father McGrath Is priest of the
St. Patrick's parish, of which he has
been tho head for twolve years. His
appointment to the dloce.se of 55,000
square miles in a rapidly developing
district Is a recognition by tho church
authorities of his unusual capacity
for oxecutlve and financial work.
Tho notification en mo as a com
plete surprise to Father McGrath. and
not an Inkling as to tho probability of
such an appointment had previously
been given him.
'Father McGrath camo to St. Pat
rick's parish twelvo ears ago from
tho Cathedral parish In Seattle. That
was shortly nftor the old St. Patrick's
church In Tncoma had been destroyed
by tire, und since, tflat time tho big
stone church ut North Twelfth and J
streets, one of the handsomest In tho
dtoceso, has boon erected and almost
entirely paid for. Tho church prop
erty Is valued ut $100,000.
Father McGrath Is a young man
for the signal honor that has como to
him, and tho announcement arrived
on tho twenty-third anniversary of
his ordination to tho priesthood. Ho
is 47 years old, nnd though born In
Ireland, camo to Massachusetts in
oarly childhood. Ho was educated
for tho priesthood In tho university
nt Mohtreal. Ho served sumo tlmo as
a missionary among tho Indians of
Maine before coming to tho Cathedral
parish In Seattle.
Allleil Premiers In Special Swslo,
Today to Cope With VwtxptcU
Crisis Hungarians LeagMd Willi
Iicninc Germans Befase to 0Oe
Danzig Up to Holland.-
Hy Associated Press
The question of the barriers, which
the Peace Conference proposes lo
erect against the spread of Bolshe
viklsm among the former Central
powers have come sharply to the
PORTLAND. March 24. Orders front as a result of the sitnitlon in
from Walter D. Hlnes, director gen-, Hungary where the Bolshevik de-
era! of the United States railroad ad
ministration, thru R. H. Aishton, of
Chicago, regional director, have been
received by managers of railway
systems operated from Portland that
changes In time to promote daylight
saving will be put Into effect again
CLOCKS AGAIN TO UK SKT HACK
AX HOUR FOIl DAYLIGHT SAV-)
IXG ACCORDING TO WORD ItK
CKIVEI) IIV IHHKCTOH II INKS
ments have slezed the power and de
clared a state of war exists between
Hungary and the Entente powers.
The premiers of the Allied coun
tries are meeting today in Paris in
a special session where Important
military decisions may be taken,; r"
this seison. The orders provide for
the setting ahead one hour of all
time-pieces of dispatchers and train
crews at 2 a. m. Sunday, March 30,
and the correction of all other rail
way time pieces with dispatchers'
time immediately when offices open
for business that day. Each railway
system Is expected to adopt rules
and regulations to make effective
the national time law applicable to
railways and to adopt all measures
necessary for safe movement of
trains because of the time change.
CLOSE CALL IN
FOL'H IIOItSK TKAM TAKKS
FRIGHT AT XOISK OF MACH
IXK AXI HUNS DRAGGING
DR1VKR WHO HOLDS TO LINKS
ISenson Dixon, son of Count)
Road Supervisor Thomas Dixon, had
a narrow escape from being killed
this morning at Wilson Bridge, when
tho team which he was driving at
tached to a road machine, ran awny
and dragged him for some distance
under the machine.
He was picked up by occupants of
a passing car and brought to this
city, where It was found that he
was not seriously injured altho bad
ly bruised and skinned up. The team
he said became frightened at the
noiso of the machine and started to
run. Dixon held on gamely to the
lines however, nnd prevented what
might have been n costly smnstuip,
gardlng Hungary and Poland.
Paris newspapers call for military
action and believe that Germany
may be behind a move to defeat the
work of the Peice Conference.
Some London newspapers think
that the Hungarian situation will
hardly result In a delay of the Peace
conference In bringing about a pre
It U reported that Karl Kautsky,
independent socialist has been sent
to Moscow by the German foreign
minister Count Von Brockdorft
Rantzau, to inquire Into the ques
tion of closer relations between Ger
man nnd the Soviet Government.'
Rioting Is reported today in Bud
apest . Two French divisions and
Serbian and Roumanian troops are
available for use in Hungary if ne
cessary, to control the extremists
It is reported that the extremists
havo been In wirejess communis
tlon with Lenine, exchanging freet
lngs and that they have called on
workers In adjoining countries to
rise against the government.
Paris repqrts say that fliree pol
ish divisions In France will be ship
ped to Danlg Immediately despite
the German protea.
The glvernment'ja still In control
In Vienna but extremists are report
ed active and there-la a rumor that
the Russian Bolshevik have forces
in Glncla ready for an advance. This
rumor however has not been confirmed
PUBLISH WAR BOOK
BERLIN. March .24. General Lu
dendorff, former quartermaster gen
eral of the German army, who re
cently disposed of his book on the
war, nt Stockholm, Is now living
hero In seclusion.
Ludendorff Insisted upon the pro
vision that the book be published
outside of Germany. Ho btill refers
to William ns "his majesty, the em
peror," but tho book Is said to con
tain nothing sensational, When
published tho work is expected to do
fend the ex-kulscr.
Ludendorff has become moroso
and silent and he habitually leaves
Jacob Mortenson, who was here the hotel where he Is living, by a sldo
several days of Inst week visiting his door. He refuses to rocognlre his
.ah IF T iln-iA.i.. nl tlm IIaHaiiii
0UI1, SI, S, iUUllCMBUil Ut IliU I VIIVUII
LUMHUHMAN GOES KAST.
Hay Lumber Company left yesterday
morning for his homo at Chicago,
friends. When It was suggested that
he go on a lectin o tour he gruffly
I declai ed he wasn't interested,
COPENHAGEN, March 24. Ger
many cannot anj M no' s8n
peace treaty which involves the an
nexation of Dantlg by Hdland. Pf-t
iri..nt Kt.ert has declared, according.'
to a Berlin Dispatch. 1 J
Danzig Is an Important hJpbulhK
Ing city of 145.0QP (pbahltanti
tuated at the mouth of the VtatuW
River on the Halite sea. It has bets!
held bv the Germans since 179$. J
TO RESIDE IS f -WYOMING. ,
Mis. B. Wells and children toft
thi.s morning for Bmmltt Wyom o
whe.e they expect, to reside in the.
future Her husband baa recenW
purchased a ranch ear t" cw
and preceeded his family there.
The Herald UJ Pr '"
for Information Jea4l to "7
and conviction of anyone CM
stealing copies of Jh gj'jjj
their delivery to W"1
practice of stealing "" WW
. . -.. -'-J such
along Main street, na 'J
proportions that Um Heref !
Is offering this rewafd.