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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1919)
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(Elj? fcwnxtin Herald 1?
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
th Year Vlo. 3 583
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 31, 1919
Price, 5 'casts
Spctki in Behalf of Coming
EXPLAINS MANY FACTS
Ifchtlru Man Who Nw With Far
VUlon ' Kohl ' Mi-r(trliit
I Crawl nl riilmi (lilirrh Meeting
Vrolrnln) lrrtrn Impwrnloti
Jlaile un I'nijilo nl Former VMt.
1 "Wlut n( America" tho miU'
Jwt of llir iniMt soul at IrrlliK nddnian
bord In Itila city lnri tlin previous
llllt Of the tfakiT II, F Irvine, tho
blind editor u( the Oregon Jouruol,
dfllwrd yrntrrday morning nt lliu
Vilon bnlcp ratted "t the Christian
Cburch In mi appeal (or I tin coming
Tbli liuplrnl iiMtor, who run see
M much fiirllirr without IiIh nyen
thin thr moat of in run with them,
twlwl hli hiiEo audience fpiui hU
opcolnc ichtemr until ho Hat down at
lh clrwe of liln talk, brought tcnr
ud imllei by turns it ml Impressed
pen the people that the seirthlnx
ttsldron which linn reached tho boll
leg point of Intensity In o many
Prti of thn rarth. ho done under
tbf surface hero that there U no
tdllni hat may happen from mm
diyto the other
letter recently ictclved In Mr Ir
vine's office In Portland from a work
man, who naked that lin might bo kIv.
nn irotc(tlon iiKiitnsl having to lii.nr
I tin illnloynl ami revolutionary talk
which wan rontlniially going on about
him. Another fnri t lint must not ho
loHt sight of. In the opinion of thn
speaker la tluit thorn are about tun
Union as many trained notillcrn In the
world now an otitr heforn In lli his
lory and I lie bonds nro fur Ion slen
dor than moHt of tin roiillio from n
world ronfllrt which will make Unit
terrltilr onteiil from which we have
Junt ouii-gcil, fade Into lunlgnlf banco
"At time Much an I IiIh when th"
danger of llolnlinvlklaiii threaten
from every aide, !i.ill Amoiiui fall
tho ureal! gmcrnmriil on eiuili, In
mooting an ohllKatlon whlrh aim took
on with (ho united denim of nil?
YOUNG LADY WAS
To tin to thn middle too on her
rlKlit foot nearly shot off and the
nnii iidjaiont Injured hy tint hullet
fiom n tuont)-two rifle, wnH the un
forlunate and uniiKiial experience
yi-Hlerday of Minn Krma Ilamlior,
daughter of Mr. and Mrn. Frod Dain
tier of thin city.
Thn yoiliiK lady wan npcndlng the
day with nhoul ton frleniU nt Chllci
iuln whuro they had sono for n pic
nic dinner, when thu accident occur
ied llor Injury waa temporarily
drcHHod h a phyHlclnti at the Agency.
after which alio waa brought here
and taken charge of hy Dr. (! A
E TO SEE
Palm, the hlghont military decora
tion of the French government for
1 leaving the tank In which he wag
mired with I) In companion and carry
Iiir u machine Rim on his hark Into
I the thick of the fight, during which
I he waa severely wounded.
XBW AUDITOR AT
TIIK WHITE PKLICAX,
Town Is Bombarded Early in
in the Morning
Mumey It In expected that nlio will
"Hhall wo do anythliiK to reduce the""- laid mi for u considerable time.
thlckiiPHH of thn lie oxer which we
are now skating and to hamper the
mechanUm which only run nave un
from thn terrible plight of our broth
era In Europe ""
Toward the clone of hln remarka
the orator paid a mantnrful tribute
to the part of thn 'American hoyn In
the war He pictured the narrlflie
that had hern made for un, doclarltiR
that he could uiortRURe hi salary for
liberty tiondn for twenty yearn In ad
vance and not begin to repay the ladx
who wont over the top that we might
Iho In freedom mid nafety
J 1). Mar-Donald, who In to he the
new auditor nt the White Pelican
Hotel arrived Saturday nlRht from
San Francisco. He will take the place
of W. J, Hates, who has been here
for neurly two yearn and who leaves
to accept a position nl the Hotel Stc-
I wart at San Francisco. Mr Hales ban
OPENING OF CAMPAIGN! m?e " ';'"' '" ''" ""
n in i i-r i cv inn uci'aiiuic, nt' icutcs
Splendid (iioup of Tnlkern Here Ym
lertlii) In Interest of ConiiiiR Vie
lorj liiin liilerelii Kiictx Are
Oulliiml tit Itic .MiiMh MecliiiR nl
lloiiilon'n In Afternoon.
HIL.VKK I.AKK A MK.MOItV.
Deputy Sheriff T, K. Crlfflth, who
l.n been Identified with th Klam-
cth County office elnce tho InrtPlht
t'on of Sheriff GeorRo Hutnphtcy In
1!I16, baa given up hU p-.ialtlon o
tal- up ranchlnr;, havlnjc purrlianed
a part o fhls fathers farm at IoM
H( takcx leave of iila offlclnl duties
thir afternoon, hta place being filled
bv Allen Sloan,
Mr. Griffith regrets giving up hi
irnnt work, whlt.i has h son pl5
ant Lnd congenial, but fceh it neces
sary to make tho change for fluan
WIRE RATES TO
Yenturdity wu an all day In Klam.
KKNri.TK. UlK)I)S Wll.li
I'ACKKD OX Wi:OXKSIAV
Hl'IIHTA.MIAI. HAINK IN TCI.K
(ill.tl'll IUTri(JOr IX KKKKIT
TOMOItltOW. PHKSS ItATIX .NOT
Tl UK l.ri,UIKI
r) HOIHK t'AXVASS SAT
UIUAV HltlXGS IlKST KIXU f ,B,h Kallf "ml ll ,va8 Perhaps a Kood
'thliiK that the time changed ho that
', ll could all be Rotten In It opened in
fact before mom of ux were quite
ready by an attack from a full dlvl-
'slon of German baterle. The Invad
Thanks to the efforts of a lare .... , . , ,
, ., . . era went "over the top" very early In
lumber of energetic workers, who
bt.el.led Into the harness on Satur-M1"-' "'"mlng and having throw,, out
day. the amount of clothing which their barrage, entrenched themselves
Iho Hod Cross has been gathering flmly near the Southern Pacific de
fer the benefit of the war sufferers, ,10ti , ,iuge onBia,l(.lt of tll0 )o.
vii materially Increased, although' . ....... . ,. .. , , ,
. ' , ' . , cal public soon after their arrival
tl i' quotn of 8,000 pounds has not y-u
teen reached. All those who still . nilered them all very tractlble and
ho ihliiRs to Rlvn to this cause are no casualties wore reported.
Hfkid to bring them' to the room -it. The trophy train which was
the Orpheus building or to telephone brought to this city us the first part
Mr, S. K. Martin and they win .. (f U)() y , om Mye Qrc
celled for. The goods are to bo pack- (
ed on Wednesday and a quantity of Kn lclor- " Committee, was
gunny sacking Is still needed for thin ' much more extensive, than nny ex-
HEN1). Or., March 31 For the se
cond time since l!)0fi. Silver lake is
nothing but a memory and 40 famil
ies of squatters are tilling thu rich
soil left by the drying up of one of
j the chief bodies of water from which
l.ako county derived Its name. A gov.
eminent survey of the 10,000 acres
of new land will be made in the near
future, when it Is expected that the
160-ncre tracts will be quickly filed
on by homesteaders.
hlblt heiotofor seen here and Its all
errann m ?n nor rem in noiiirniic. . . - , .. , -. ..
Slirtllnc dlnrlonurr. regarding the ,", "". "h .. " ' A..,n I , '"T "."""""' "r" "u.r ""' . vl8" "'e Inspection by the pub.
., .. "' .-, nni-i. wiiiiiieii i.uwrenco. jumes jonu
recent Hostile strike which was really
Intended the first step of a revolu.
tlon to overthrow the present form
ff government, were made unit the
"Inilde" of many matters of whlrh
tbiiremne person wan totally In the
dirk, were presented with their vvld
linlflcancr. "The world Ih now In
lbs melting pot," declared the speak
if. "md It In up to us to make the
World Into which thn mutal will run,"
The dsuKeri of llnlshevlklsm worn
rtnrly outllni-i! by Mr Irvlnn and
tbl reamm why in spread nt thn pro-
nt tlms, was pointed nut. Ho ex-
PUInfKl Imw the IlussUn Nntlnn had
tot cnturle.n been oppressed beneath
Ih awl of it Oraimlral government,
oil llin Finemnient had done Its
Iwt to keep them Ignorant nl nil
thill government should mean, that
llielr only Idea of government meant
xendRrmo sneaking nround their
om st night spying upon llielr nr
Honi iml demanding huge toll from
'Mr meager earnings, he siild.
d that the last act of this govern
Bint bofnre Its downfall wiih to form
allllom of them on to n linttloflolil
wr they were aliughternil like
wP for a cause they did not In tho
"it undcrstnnd nr love.
"' l strange, then", Im nskod.
nit this glgiintie host when onre
tondi srp Pllt should fall to want
X Rqvernnient of any kind or hnvo
ny Idvu Why t,uru !,,,, ,, (.on.
wolof nny kind "
The OeriimiiB, AustrlnnM and Hun.
"ni have lltle to bo irrntnfnl fnr
' Hie miuiner In which they luivn
!" l"wd, pinched and Hlnrved
8fy th,, w,,,- mn, lllHt of n fnw
"ne wnr or0M l)f 0 Colrl, ,,.
'" Now that thn unbellovnhlo faith
JBltn cnrrlcl them thru four years
.! r'nB lH K"n" w,,on '"" KnlR-
" Oott" has proved n' myth" and
" rmlos shattered befoio Hiolr
wm. has fiHHlicfl their blind worahlp
!, iiinir hewlldorod minds have
mi nun rod
iiurirsi.n ,. whltmin
The Increase was agreed upon nt a .. ... . I)elleli Mra, t. ,,,.,,, last fall.
meeting of the federal wire board I (,r,npH Mrg- c h. Underwood, Mrs ! The trophies
-...I . .....I u..... 111. Mn.n..1.
Uc much moro satisfactory than that
KFJ-X)ltT TO DI.SPt'TK WOHDS OR
FII.K.T OHATOIl, VRSTKIl
UAV MOUXI.VG l,AM)S PltO-GKR-MAX
IMUMIITIjY IX JAIL
l.enerni , ... i-iiinlielh Grlcnbv. Mrs. A.
I " '" " !,,-.. .!,,. I .... .!. ..l.l. ... ... ...,.
Mm. Karl Whltloch. I '- l,,:u u" "ll ,,Ml "' ul llal"
were all captured
and was made necessary. Iliirlcsou s
announcement said, to meet the "' i "on and Mrs. 8. K. Martin. j their cruel nppeariince was enough
rreane.i cost of operation occasioned i Th followlnsr bovs worj of groat to send shudders down the spines of
. ... ,. ... .
nl.ntnnco In gathering the clothing,
hy wage Increases now In effect,1
mime tiunug tne pasi yonr i ,.ficn Applcgnto. Donald I.awroniv
lluilenon added that the advance ( ,)()n an(, ,)a,0 Sou,( John johnHon
would be "barely sufflrleni" for this (;crlIl, mtchln, Pat and Itogcr Mont-
purpose. i,,iMU,ry nnd Howon Henry
Thn order affects both government , T
and rommerrlal messages, but It was M'MGI'.H.MAN HKTt'llXS.
announred that there would be no in
prmiM lii Htiorlut nrons ralrs for neWM.
papers by press associations and , l ompnny no una urn. ... ouui......
ew,,,.cM 1 1'"' r,r ",0 wl,cr monll,l, la
,1'ndor the order. howeM-r. coin-'Knln In Klamath County. He Is re-
morclal and government leased ultra K'"'0 l '" w,llt0 ,,ellcn" "olcl-
will bo charged fur at an advance of
20 per cent over existing rales wheth
er such wires be furnished by n tele
irrniili or u toloidiono HVSlelll Under
:.... ..., i
Tho following schedule of dome.itlc '
rommerrlal telegraph rates shall be
effuctlvn from April I. 1919 and con-;
llniiu until otherwise ordered, accord.
Ing to-the new- erder: I
Prcsout rate 2.r cents. 2 cents for CATHOMC
each nililltlonnl word 30 2, 3C 2.
r.0 3, CO t. 7T. Ti. 11)0 7.
New r.ito 30 cents, 2.5 cents for
each nililltlonnl word --36 2.5, 2
LONG TRIP TO
GO SRORT W
2,5, 4H -3..1, 00- -3.5, 7!
0,0, 1008 5.
It.U'K litOM LONG THIP.
Ulllinl.lnen.l ll.... .!. i
,ti .. "') uuui nuun
Mtthoy wBIU and they aro out to
any move that of-
Promtso of the moat for iho
Heverond Thomas llrndy nnd Hov
eiend Hugh Mnrshnll of Klamath
P.illn luivn left for linker where thov
Mrs. John 11. Foster returned last . -.,,,., ... ,,, cnrlmnn'es In.
evening from n several months visit Hr()olt (0 , installation of Illshop
In Cullfornln and points in ior I McCSratli. who Is to assume his now
southern states. She reports tho ,,UcH ng nSM01, of ,jU) linkor Dlo
best kind of u time uml Is much ,!l.CB0
proved In health.
IIONANZA .MAX IIKIIK.
most of us oven ut thin dUUnre from
tho scenes of battle. There were big
field cannon, smaller seventy-fives,
bomb mortars, uminunitlon wagons.
niarhlne guns filling sevornl flat cars
anil one filled with smaller souvon-
Iih of the strife, which has turned
thn ulwilj, wurl.l itn .1,1.. il,,t-.i ...
K. J. Grant of the Algoma Lumber . , . -
1 . . . .. ,lous rrow-iU were present nt the tru n
during Its entire htny..
Tho Inige.st meeting or the ciy,
which was arranged on short notice,
was held in the afternoon at tho
Houston Oporn house where the
speakers who accompanied the train
made nn appeal to tho people to rally
to the support of the government In
the big drive which Is soon to couh.
Lieutenant Clark Hurgard, who
was the first of the visitors to speak,
was ono of the heroes who had been
i Milled with enemy ImiUts to such ait
extent that his recovery was llttlo
short of a miracle. HU Inst dressings
had Just been lemoved n few days
previous but his modest talk gavo no
Indication that he had been any near,
er to the fighting tlmn his audience.
Mr, Arthur C. Sponcer, attornoy
for the I'. S. Railroad Administration
who gave the principle talk of tho
afternoon gave u most enlightening
sddress on whui hud been dons by
tho government with the money that
had boon spent and the cost of equip,
ping, training, transferring and main
taining each soldier. Ho told how
nearly tho forces of tho Allies had
boon forced to tho wall, of tho tremoti
dous plans of tho United States to
PASTOUS liKAVK TO
ATTKXU I.VHTAIXATIOX OF
IIIHHOl' AT IIAKF.lt. Ml'HT (JO
It Is Interesting In connection with
Iuuun r in net ui iiiu 'inivu uinivn
tho trip of Hevorend llrndy to note ' , ... ...... ln .. .,.,, ,, .,., ,,
, that In making tho trip ho Is obliged ,nos0 pwpill.at,on8 ,, convlncon tll0
, to travel about eighteen hundred
, Gorman high rnmmnnd of tho futility
Although active hostilities have
now ceased on the Western front and
the peace terms may soon be signed,
the time has not yet come when the
people of this city are willing to let
a pro-Gorman get up In a meeting
and dispute the words of the spealt
er. John Goetz, who undertook to
do this yesterday morning at the Un.
Ion Church Service addressed by n.
F. Irvine of Portland discovered in
a remarkably short space of time,
that ho had got Into tho wrong meet
ing and he Is now- awaiting the ac
tion of the authorities in the Coun
Tho speaker w-us dwelling on the
ltolshtvlk conditions and the tradi
tion j under whlrh thekGerman child
reu are brought up, when Goetz, who
was seated in a front row, jumped up
nnd began to dispute the assertions
undo and to wave his arms madly.
Hardly had ho reached the pulpit
however, 'when a dozen firm hands
riom all sides had grasped him and
he was rushed sputtering from the
The federal authorities at Port
land have been notified of the mat
ter and until they can be heard from,
Gnctr. will bo held on a charge of dls
tiiii'ng n meeting.
The man Is a German and his fam
ily reside there now. He has been
located on a homestead near here,
u-i'ordlng to report, and has hereto
foro been bolloved harmless. Ho has
told officers that no Is willing to be
sent back to Germany and from tht
C.c nrnl tone of the talk on the streots
hi' mourning ovor his departure
would bo featured by rousing cheip.
Mr. Irvine declared as tho man was
bei'.ijr taken from the room thnt h'td
he searched the world ovor fr' a
morn concroto example to tho things
he was trying to bring out, ho eoul'l
not have bqon moro successful.
German Will Act Only in
Accordance With These
TKX THOUSAND DOLUAIIS TO HE
SPKXT UKADIXti AXNA CIIKKK
HKCTIOX OF CltATF.lt LAKE
ItOAD THIS VKAK
William Mngulre, an employee of
m,.'" ",,,1 "f unrest of unbalanced
oB . ha" "I'rond like wildfire not
I over Kuropn Hnri nations of tho
lei TV but 0V0'" "n'W'toned Amor- A program nnd Basket Soclul will
hei, ,ho '""""PPlngs which wo : bo given at tho Henley Bchopl Satur-
rand read nf !,, and thorn nrn Hny, April G. Tho proceeds will he
loin." s"Kht Imllcntlon or what Is used on nuymenti for plunoi. MhbIc
,1- , " ""'Ifrnoath tho surfueo. Ono will bo furnished by tho Houloy High
"leant fact was Indicated by n School Orchestra.
Hon Heed paid tho county heat a miles to reach a destination which Is j of , 0 nn( ,0W ,u , throURh
. . a. At .. Hill. ...-. 1 ... a UnanlaAj . I l.m r
woek end buslnoss visit irom uio oniy a nine our iu u...i...c,u '", ll0i the conflict had boon brought tho Pelican Hay Lumber Company,
Ilonann district, lie loports that distant in an airplane. Ho skirts !, to n closo n(, 10 VCR of soo.OOOpvho has boon In Seattle for tho past
ovory ono In that section Is busy put-edges of a great part of tho state In ( Amorlcan boyg savc( JIo comparoa . hovoral months, arrlvod In Klamaln
ting In tholr crops and tnai cvoryono orner m icm mo .v..,.i u, - , tho insuranco which would have becni Fallt, lost night. His family which
Is optimistic ovor tho prospocis.
1JA8KET (iOCIAIi AT HKNIiKV.
.do going eighty miles Into Calif'.'.--
nln and back.
RKCOVKHS FROM OPERATIOX
Mrs. William Skocn, who recently
underwent an operation at the Klam-! best security
nth General Hospital Is reported .to
bo 'recovering rapidly and will soon
be ublo to leave for her homo In
paid to tho boys rolatlvos by the gov
ernment, to tho five billion now- ask
ed In the final loan and showed how
the boys had boon saved and tho mon.
ey now nskod was only a loan on the
Tho last speaker, Pi hate C. C.
is well known here Is still in-Seattle,
Grading of three and one half
miles of the Anna "Creek section of
the Medford-Klamath Falls Highway
at a cost, of ten thousand dollars was
among the matters settled at a meet
ing of the State and Forestry offi
cials last Thursday. Bids for this work
are to be opened In April. '
On the Medford-Klamath Falls
road In Jackson County, 22 miles of
grading is to be done from Prospect
to the boundary of the national for
est, where the road will connect with
the road in the park to the lake. The
Job Is estimated at $237,000. with
Jackson county to pay $3500 ana
the state and forestry department
$121,250 each. This leaves 45 miles
between Medford and Prospect to be
improved, possibly as a post road pro
ject at least part of the way.
An 18-rallc Job of grading wasor.
dered from Camas valley to Coqullln
In Douglas cobnty, and a survey was
ordered from Dufur south to Madras,
with the Intention of eventually be
ing extended to Klamath Falls.
KAIUj HILTON IX lOUTLAXD.
Focli Said ( He Ready to Advance
Hln Armies Alonp; the Rhine In
Com; Gorninn Delcgatm Refute to
Sign the I'cucc Terms Outlined
Earl W. Hilton Is a well known
Klamath Falls boy, who arrived with
the 48th .Coast Artillery In Portlandf
last Thursday from overseas service.
The boys were given a splendid recep
tion on the arrival in Portland.
Earl, who is a son of Patrolman
Jim Hilton, is expected to return next
IN PLAT RERE
WILL STACK WAK DAXCK AND
GIVE CHORUS XUMHKHS IX
SCHOOL OPERETTA THIS WEEK
AT OPERA HOUSE
LONDON, March 21. The depart
ment of the German foreign office
having In charge the peace negotia
tions, has reached a decision as to
the attitude toward the negotiations.
A German wireless message today
says that the department has decided
that the German government should
act only In accordance with Presi
dent Wilson's fourteen peace points.
LONDON. March 31. The Even
ing News says It understands that re
liable Information has been received
In London that In case the German
delegates refuse to sign the peace
treaty. General Foch has the author
ity to order a general advance of his
armies along the Rhine River.
PARIS, -March 31. Premier Lloyd
George and President Wilson con
ferred today before the Council of
Four met, with the understood pur
pose of expediting the peace pro
The French newspapers say that it
is likely that Important final decisions
will be reached this week.
The papers dwell-at length on tho
French claims, which they assert are
just, legal, and absolutely necessary
to the safety of France and the rest
of the world.
HACK TO SACRAMENTO.
Ono of the interesting features oi
tho Operetta "America First" which
is to be given here Thursday and
Friday of this week, is the Indian
War dance and Camp Fire OIl Chor
us, composed of the girls nf tho city
public schools. The girls have been
spending much time in preparation
for their part of the program which
is bound to add much to tho entor
talnment of tho evening.
Tho directors of tho Indian war
danco aro tho Misses Alice Palme",
Nelllo MeAndrcws and Esther McAu
drews. Tho operetta Is being direct
ed by Miss Evelyn Applegate, tha
military lirector being Ensigu Har
old E. Bell,
Tickets for the affair aro now on
sale at the Opera House, and may be
userved at time of purchase.
.NEWSPAPER MAX VISITS.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Smith, who
havo been visiting at tho home of B, E, Brodo of Oregon City, one of
Likens gavo u modest account of his their duughter Mrs. E. Davis In the the prominent newspaper men of the
exporlonces In tho tronches whoro ne Merrill district loft this morning for State was one of tho mon accompany
was u warded tho C-lx DeGuoira Do their home in Sacramonto. nB tho trophy train yesterday.
PARIS, March 31. A small force
of Hungarian troops stationed in a
neutral zone between Hungary and
Roumania have been attacked by the
Hungarian troops, 350 French having
been taken prisoners, according to
an official report received here. On
demand of a French General, the re
lease of the prisoners has been prom
ised by the Hungarians. The condi
tions in Hungary are reported to
day as "greatly disturbed".
BERLIN. March 31. Tho diplo
matic Agent of Germany at Budapest
has been advised by the Germans to
HAD HEEX RESIDENT OF KLM
ATII .FOR FIVE YEARS. DEATH
FOLLOWS LIXCERINC ILLNESS.
Margaret Lund, wife of A. B. Lund
a', the Klamath Manufacturing Conv
pany, passed away at the Klamath
Ctnorul Hospital Suturday night fol
lowing n lingering Illness. The do
co.38od was well known hore where
Ehe hud resided since 1913. Shc'wa?
born on August 21st, 1883, and was
married In Portland in 1913 shortly
before coming to Klamath FalU, ouu
leaves no children or other relatives
here except her huehind.
The funeral services will be hald
nt two o'clock tomorrow at the Wt
lock Chapel. Revorend E. P. La-
ronce of the Presbyterian Church
will conduct the services.
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