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(frijtf lamting Herald
OF KLAMATH FALLS
OF KLAMA i n i-uu"
"fhlrtnth Ycnr-No. 3 584
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1919
Price, 5 cents
DECIDE ABOUT i
I DI TODAY
Inflow which Is iilmtit IS.oiio sfdiml'OPERETT A HERE '
feet il il i ln tlii' low wiiim period, iiuil I
which n mount iinht Hi.- resort.-, TO BE SUCCESS
untile by lint t'iilto.1 S.nl. In the inn
IiiiiI with I In- I'nwi'i Ciiiiiiiiii
"I'll Im In IMC iih lo I In. rciiMin fur
I lin itiitn mill reserwilr 'I'lm nun
puny' iluii( ui Cniii HMnir'n . r. no !
second fiii'l uf wulcr In op.ir.itn nl it'
maximum Mil t tin ( nf rli-Uiliitl eueig) I
A surio) nf I lie itU'rago iliilb nut-'
flow of K tii mat li hike shows Dm fol
lowing In huciiiiil feci of wutci '
'NEW COUNTY TRUCK
following Im Hiii music program
wlili h will In. Included M tho nperet
In "A.nerliu lfrM" lit tho Houston
Opera limine, TlniiHilny iind Kilday
of llilx week
Queition RcRBrdinK Suit to
Be Tnken Up
.illllir 2 1 Mi, IVIiliiiir) 2nl. WfHt-KliUi
Mmt h rat). Aioii .toon. Mm :n;r.n. !
Juno liTM.. Jnh ItiTO August I nan.
Heptoinhei 1170 Oclnb.ir I3.HI, Nin
olitber I ill ii. He. ember 2 in; il
fugene 1 1.tmrlck
mnl Chorus ,
Ainiiilui l'lrnt !
Curl Ynnry, Donald Vi-ntrli '
mnl flioniH ,
Tin1 Hi out Law Scout Chorus. '
act it. I
i from this lUta chaits nre bolngmade
for llif guidance nf the avlntord. Ob.
AND TRAILER HERE nervation on tliu surfice of tho sea
J Riihmlttcil by naval anil otbor vessels
ami records obtained by test balloons1
'I he big IM'W four (on Witithcr nrnvl.l.. tl.n l.r.Bl fnr forecast., an to"
truck mnl tractor which ban been weather condition.-! probable early In
purtiuisc.I by Hie county to facilitate May. The navy In nlarlng little re
highway .oiistrui tlon this year, wan nanco on favoring winds because nt
iinioatleil yesterday and driven thru , l)u. altUutlc of 2.000 feet, which In
the city streets It Ik a giant machine expected to be the average on the trip
and ic capable of great work It Is a
licross, available data show's that
Proposal Is Made by Mayor
di c o il I I
uanur ui i uriiaiiu
'Fioiu till' nhiit.t (utile It H m
M'i'11 Hint then, urn nit iiimiiii. mil
MAY FORFEIT RIGHTS of eri. ).,,.r ihu'i not mtcni Hiif.i!.",,r;lmlJ.0,, . ,v,,:rl,'hM ()1r','",1'r INTEREST OF INDUSTRY
" fMfifl ,lr ... ,,,.,'t the require ' ' ,'""" '""".f, VJ"" " '"" "r'rK ,
mi'iiiH of the I'oinpmiy Therefore Hi..' Man h Cc.-rl.-ss Oitlicxtra
li.icxhli) nf lin. ninruge icuKiMilr Indian War Dance ,
It Ik the opln.on of U,.n,o lb,,, ; ,. ,.rf '""? 'St T ,"' , o W II,,,',,,. from
tin. Kraut of l-Htr. by thi' Slat,, of of the Itetrlm.ttt" l)niilrtil
Oregon lo tin. I ulli'd State of tint ' lleittrlco Walton. Mary MeKondree
.our wiiofi ..rive, maKing it mutn only eight days during May anil then
more powerful than most machines of ony for uarlcr of the tlmo u;,ore
" , ' , ! a strong wind bearing to the east,
mo c..,.niy toun was 10 session , Hach ... ,,.. two nlor- Nc tyl)C
.Hiring a part or tl.e afternoon yes- hoaU wU wh,ch tlu fB,t w, ,)t.
Uerduy. Allowing of bills constituted j ttpmptfl(, w, carry crcW of f,vo
:,!P Principal work of the meeting mon (onHgtlnK of p(8, mcrhaCs,
a wireless operator and possibly an
iii'iti: from i,..s(;i:ijy vai,i,kv.
IHrrrlnr llrmlliur) of Klmiinlli Irri
gation ll-lrlH Sc-i Urnsn lrtlirr
of Wntcr Urn. UIK Valuable l'ppir l.akit tor Dm puri'itM- of'
,rl In Hl l'oioriitliiil. anil
MimhIIiik nf IjiiiiI b) Mmii.
,1... li.iHiim, i.k ,ir,.i,, ..... .i i,i.... 'O ou.iiry iisoi i nee
. . i:iwt.Hl.li). WestSldu. and
(Ion Tower .leMtlopuieiit was only, Hiout Chorus.
llli'liU'lll.il ,il, it only fin tin. b 'Ml of Star Spangled Milliner
ToJay In liclim htld llw rcgtilni
BMllne of lln illrtTlor of llm Khun,
lib IrrlKAtlii.i dlnttUt. mnl limy will
SUt whether tin- dUlrlrl shall
itsrt iiroccfillnits In llm courln lo
Irtt lh( routrnrt lietweeu the Hecrr
Ur; of Interior mnl the California.
Ortpm Tower ('otupany I'ndnr tint
ttrmi nf thin routrnrt tint f lilted t
StitM dir.iv ow-r lo l lie rompmiy nil ,
of the povter featuri of the Kliiumth
project and uriccs to re-liiiliiirm) thej
powrr lotnimny lo the extent of inio
lull of any rout for liiiirocmmiU
MJf In llio Keno ,'ilil Tno t. nil met
further irflvlili Ihnl the rompmiy
rm rnitftrnfl a iliiiu nt the head ot
IJok Itht'rnnil l,ne the unrestrlclvit
bm of the water which will be stored
tbotc this iln.ii. with tint esceptlou of
thn ImiiU lo be reclaimed ti) either
' Irrigation or ilmltingc I
II K. Wlnnard, who operates a
stoi k ranch In Upper I.angell Valley
I'linn In from thai point yesterday
He reports that the snow fall there
WiiMliingloii ('inifereiKi' Crnposci has been unusually lieay this win-
in it iu.iiieii ai ii im. - - ,
.-.. ...,.-. .M,
ier man lor several yeirs past, rne , " hiuimw hi scuca. wi"i
lml Tclcpbime S)hlem .May lie Ks,xunw stayed on much longer In that on July, '"h on behalf of Thomas
,l,j! district than around the city and the ' Mooney. It Is announced. The strike
roads are Jiwt now getting good. ca" wnirn was rcponeil was miauui-
m ! orlzed
MJMJXKV Jl'liV STKIKi;
WAS F.MjUK' HVA'OHT.
INOIANATOMS, April 1. The
ter and that crop prospects are bet-! "-'nlted Mine workers of America will
lablNlntl Commute- Appol
T W TO
KAN KHA.NCISCO, April 1 Mayor I
(.corge Maker of Tort land, who Is
li ii nt i It lu ii nt In. mi. b. tl....l.l.. '
....v mi itin vj tiuiiiu I1U1II t) uniiiiiK
.stiuiioh.v cmi:s TO.VinilT.
Hubert B. Strahorn, the railroad ,
V:.Ti:itlltlMMi .MtlltCIIWT HAS
AHIIANM.II TIM IHs'l.. of
(itioits in m; siimi: at
.m:vi:.tii ami maiv
This euterlalnment 1,1(1, is being
piepare.1 by the bo)s and girls of the
...lllllf. kl.llflfllrt Id I'fll.ll III tt.i llttllHlll.
i i .. .. . ton has iiroiifise.1 tnlitmrl. T eni... builder, who was expected to arrhu
I) good and those who attend are '"'' "" projiosi u to i.iuncn a lcagU'' '
. . i . ...... f Weuiern iimna f.r i... vf...,n.r .1,,. last week and was delayed, will he
hound In be pleased II Is the llrst ol "csiern hiaios. lor advancing tne! '
.1 , ,u. economic industrial lnieren ,.f n, '" th'8 "cnlng. according to a mes-
nuiih i nun (tin'tiv i--i tin viii't'f .-.- --. -r. ...v
In Ibis illy and Is being directed by I'nclllc Coast
Ml i:ebn Applegatu
He would hne all the,
sage receded this morning at his of.
One of the nciti'itt stores whit I, has
I lieeii launched In Khuutilh Kails in
. liniitv 11 iluv In It... new ntllfi nrei'MMnrv
IIMwtonil fcl which I, tl tlm., ,,,,, whfl I() ,a HltMrt ,m,
11 m spuds
SOED IN SOUTH
ChamberM of Commerce, Labor Unions ! s "re
and Ilotary Clubs loin the organization
M.V (.Alt M).IS Of (IH'.NTV TO-
SALK.M, April 1. Tho city coun
cil here has authorized the mayor to
appoint a committee to consider tho
establishment of a municipal tele
phone system in the event tho Tuhllc
Service Commission allowK the In
crease of rales now under cotulttt'ra-tion
fttel quantity neiess-irv lo Irrlguio the
tngo by I' f Talrlrk at the ocruel
,.uu.. .,. ,.,,..., ...... ..... .... ..... ((f Hw.,, ,, MM S(r( ,
fledfrom the ' r Khmnlh lake ..,,,.. H ,, ,K (lllllirlv kmi ,
It II uiiilcrstnoil Ihnl aUnrnejH re-, his fi lends has termini) found llm
Ulneit by the water users ami Irrlga- knack of illsplajlng his ko.mIb and h-s
IN DUtrlrt ham been InientlKnllug , them fixed mil In a way lil makes
lh tontrirt and the effect It
It is estimated here that n new
JA'IOf.NTOIII'SHII'l-KOMU-THpimu could he started for $200,0i0.
and give beriicu at 70 per cent of ihu
AT t.OOl) I'HICI-S.
MA VOIt AXI) CltKW AT WOltK RH.
I'AIIUXti L'M'AVKI) STHKirrS IX
IX THIS CITV. Al'I'llOACHI-'S
KIlOM COCXTHV IMTHOVKl)
Now that the exielleiun of the
may toil want lo Ini) Ihein whether )nu K I mint It County potatoes has lieou
hr on the inlnilnUtriilloii of tho need them or not ' I leu ignited In the southern markets,,
Klimtth Irrlgntlon district, successor The Auto Supply House as the new II Is prob.ihln that there will alwa)3
lo tbe Klitnqth Waier Tsers Assorh-i sitint hns been irimeil, will feitme he a good mniKet for them. W C i
tloo. Tliu ntti)rne)s will report at
In an litlcrilew Saturday. Mr.
Bnclbtiry, tlirenor of llm Klaiualh
Aiiorljllon dlslrlit. Blaled:
'The rontraci between the I'nltcil
the Culled Stales mnl Kederul Tires i Tow nsend, who did such good work
and will also speclallie on ford Sup- last enr in the way .of disposing of
piles spuds, for the (oiint) fanners in the
A visible m dlsp.'iiM.r, Kiuneihlng soiilh, was persuaded lo takn up the
lUllliel) new in Mum. ill, f 'Us l woik agnlu this spring and has been
which the pun Infer cm ' the able In io-opeiallon with a Stockton
fllenaiul the Tower Comnlny tiiisty ' amoiinl of gas lie Is hullig. .elslei represi'iilaliiit lo dispose of six car
Mtertl iery gram 'iiichI Ioiih. One of ' n K'iKr ' on the win ami will lna.ls of spuds at prices ringing from
KIH.ST NATIO.NAI. MI,li All SAW
All the available men and tenuis of
. tho city are now being utilized to the
fullest extent In putting the city
I streets that are unpaved. Into tho
best possible condition for traieland
Mayor I. It. Struble who Js engineer
lug the work, is a mighty busy' man,
' Considerable work has been done
JAPS EDGE TO
WASIIIXOTOX ItOUSKI) OVKU ItE.
I'OHT OF (-HANTS Or' I.OWEH
CAMFOUXIA TO Xiri'OXKSE,
WASHINGTON. D. C. April 1.
The American Embassy it Mexico
City has been Instructed to make in
quiries concerning . the report that
the Mexican government has granted
agricultural concession to the Japan
ese in Lower California and to re
port the facts quickly.
Favorable Comment From
CONFERENCE IS SLOW
While De.-nllork ll.e Not lleen Uracil
cil The New Method of Payment
Hujj-otf'l by French Has llrouglit
About More Difference of Opinion.
FcrliiiK of Apprehension Imlic.itrtl.
I'ARIS, April 1. Commenting oa
the six amendments to the covenant
suggested by Klihu Hoot, It was said
by one of the legal specialists hero
today who Is associated with the Am
erican conference delegation, that ho
believed all tho amendments -vero
acceptable to the American Delega
San Francisco, April 1'. Senator
PARIS, April 1. The feeling of
apprehension over tho lack of prog
ress on the peace treaty persists hero
In American circles, altho it was said
in authoritative circles that tho dif
ferences which have arisen have not
reached tho status of a deadlock. Tho
principal difficulty is being found in
the settling of the reparations, ac
cording to a new method of payment
suggested by the French.
PARIS. April 1.' President Wilson
today explained that he was willfug
to accept his share of tho responsibil
ity of the Peace Conference delays.
He was careful to point out that
the slowness was not duo to any
nun i Hut the hinds of the Klnm. Im Illslalleil in n shoi. time
th Project must repay nil cif thn
nony upended upon tho project by j
th United Htnies for construction. '
TJu-unt by the I'nltcd States to thn'
Tower Cainpniiy of our power mnl
rwervnlr features, deprives the ills-1
trlct of von vilunliln assets. The I
Contract W llitunlly u free gift of
15,000 lii'mn power of electrical ctner
.uculnes giving tint company a Ur
wl monopoly on all government
"Anotlior feature of the contract
Mi'ih U derrtrt). olije. tlonnblu Is
' WrmUnlon In raise tint wnter lev
l of the Tppor hike Tho rnlslng of
tbe lako e ilestio)H niitural drain.
M of the hitiils siirrounilliiK It, unit
damage done thtireby cannot bit
illmateil entnllliig, ns it will, endless
pumplnic In order lo rid the lands of
le lacnimiii.iUHi seepngu anil nnliirul
wn, c,.,i timiiKli tint upon waters
' tho lake win,, i,d by dikes. Fur
thnn this ti, ,Hiig of tho wnt-
r 11 1 foider iindii.tn lin. nooalMlllv
.... ' " .....
"' "fiat iii I nt;
ibo borders o
one doll.ii to a dollar and thlrty-fivo
utiits per hundred
It Is believed that till) urn from tliu
south will bo In every jcar from now
on thp'Shlpplngton Highway to facili-
M;S IIKI'AIITMI-NTTO ITS OTH. ,,alc '",iniliKe ,arul c work of grad-
ing up r.spntiiHiie trout me. nui
SfltVICK. Springs Rooming house patt the Rath
House Is now in progress.
Tho intersection between Main
and Pine on Sixth Is being Improved
nn.l all thn approaches from the
Country dlstrlits being repaired.
fit HltAXCIII'S )
hooks now iii'iti:
HEIDER TRACTOR IS
MAKlNjG GOOD HERE
To Its broad (ommercial facilities,
the First National Hank Is about to
add a Sat lugs Dupailmeut for the
buuutit of Its customers. Mr. Rogers,
Cashier of that institution sn..s that i
FOKMI'U. RKSIDKXT VISITS.
Mrs S H. Turner, who has been
WTI.Ii KNOWN HfsllM.NT HAS
.NAItltOW I'M APH FROM lliTII
in iirxAW.w m:.sti:ri).v.
XOW ItlXI'IMJ CAMI.V
the books for this department hno ' "ora Ior b0me ,me " V,8U lrom
been recoiled. In addition to the ad-1 McCloud left for that point this
i nntugos and com ententes af folded. Iniorulng. Sho has been visiting at
four per cent Inteien will bo paid on it,u Ilomc of Mrs' - J- Kskelson. Mrs.
IM Howie has nhnmlnii.l one pit , savings deposits. I Turner is well known in this city,
nt heme of libt being a farmer Kver ' Paitlcuhirl) will attention bo puld wllore sl, resl'lfJ 'for a number of
since tho Tractor has Imui gaining ' t doieloplng thrift and saving upon ' 'enrB' She roports that her sou. Rob
such proinlnenco as an aid to tho lll-j the part of the .loungsters of Khun-1 el'' wll Is also wel1 "'nown in the
It r of the soli. Howie has sat In lils'ath Falls and the surioiindlng ten I- cl'-- luls returned safely from over
ens) chair and in his minds evo pic-t0,.y The deposit of one dollar Is ', se,ls service, whero he saw much
lined his hrtiitl ncres, with hliiHolf t,nl XNm be required to start a I K"""K with the Slxty-clltn Loust
nop Ills true lor plow lim' llio nieilO'N ' HinKS i,,mc uct'uunt glowing up
As the ieull of a milium)' jester-, soil ini.l enJO)lug all th.i liuurles or ,j ti0 officeis of the bank are do-
duy at Algonui. William I'hrinan, a ilfe. Hut In all of this ho rorgot ono
prominent lesldent of that district. Important fact ho never plowed a
wus severely Injured and had a niir-, furrow In his Ilfe. Yostuiday. how
row escape with I.Ik II fn j"r. Iio decided lo try his hand at
in,,.,,,..,.. s hitching up a team ! the g line, and all hecauso he had luU
ton i ami wjgon. uicoidliig lo lopoit, iccolied ouo of tliu Heldei- tinclors
when the hoises stinted suddenly, j that ho Is going to handle
., , ,. n. ...nuiid. One Hut he mndo the mlstako of irylu?
tei mined to lend eiery encourage-,
,niiit in thoyt who open accounts, to
contlnuo building them up. In other,
words It niei.is that the future gener- j
it t lent of business men and financiers
is going to be looked after as cm ly .
us possible In life In older that a siih-i
sttintlnl foundation may he had for
iK 1 1- Im.d surrounding " ' ' ' ' K , , , (f , ,.ltJ...H .,,, 0,,, ,t , bUt whph mnst co1111 a()0M01. 01.
f.1 the Lake which might l"''"! '" '"' rlgh..-ns l, 8ald-tl,e ,,,,. , , uUNe,tlslng tl.e First
I by lowcilng tho level ; '.. wus .m,u. ..mmort thing would pull u plow thru Nutloiuil Hank intends featuring the
me lake tno or Ihi-e.. f..i.i ti.U u
ntlrely fensublo mid tho contract he-
,WW "in I'nitcd HIuIch nml i Ik- lon.
f' Company piv,iH u,nl t)u, v
?'y m) iriiu,,. n,,, Wntor level to
'" by iliMipuiiiug ihu Intnko ehnn
"I of tho main m Keno ennuis. Tho
"'ifeqiilromoniH of tliu Klninuth Ir
f''lori pinjeet ,,,i 1,0 ,noi ,y t,0
rfeient nntiu.il w walnr level of
th . ' '"''"""nitoly A140 or ovon
"erlovo of 4137 iih tho maxl-
rW tloillh ,,f III., u-nl,.,. I., .!. ,..,l
. . ... HUM (t IHU III lll
th. . . " ,, u fno1 wn rm-ryliiK
,0 111! Caitnellt. 'n.. ...- ...i.- -.
V th. , ' "o ute .iiiib oi
,U ,u main i., t i.r .
S fi.it. ""ini minus mo to
.W10 I'rwiii low water UtVols of
foot r KlV0H t,l l'lJpct C
MfflH I"0 ,,C'",1 " W,,,,,r Wlll'" H
"Siciittoiirigut,, u!l of tll0 ,lim8
9 I'foJi'ct without any additional
but running n tiactor with Savings fecllltles -belloltng that'll!
I.i In, .lend.
.. ...iii, i immni'i'. mnl Is granite,
lie ..nui v. .. . ....!... .,.i.,l,,t ' .,....!.. .. . ,:.. ..
itnw leiutited til ho testing wull by llireo icmrifcm men ......... . promoting inriit mill Biiviug it win
lit- V A Hoiiln who atteudod him, t I dlffe.enl f.o.n mnnlng n promote the welfiue of tho conunun
;'.,.:,... soi'iu, .linger of I........ ' Maxwell or a Kissel Kur on paved lty generally.
i.t J'.jiiiles, which h.uo mil l i''Vi' il-
oped. Tho Injured mini l " c'ixiim
of tho Moose 1-odgi) of this fit)
Notwithstanding It whs his flist
oMiorlment with driving n tractor he
did in about half an hour what It
would hnio taken n crow ot men half
a day to accomplish. This now trac
tor Is toitiilnly possossed of won
del fill pulling powor and will un-
i iloubtedly provo very attractive to
County Siiive) or C. T lliuley, wno ' ()l0 ptuehiislng public.
OFFICE NOW OPEN
W.F.I.I. KNOWN SOMHI'H
lT. S. XAVAl. FIAfRS Wll.l. AT
TF.MPT TRIP OVF.R ATiaX
Tit I'AHIiV IX MAV. IH(5 PRK.
PARATIOXS IIKIXt' MADH
hai rosldod In llonnnza for soioral
yeaiM. has now opoued his offices In
the small nnnox ndjacont to tho old
County Court House. Ho exports to
bo llioru continuously from now on
when ho Is not In tho Hold for the
niiixiox oasuaitiks today.
Corpotul Clyde J Parker, Poitliind,
I'vt. Chiis. W, (liny Illllsburo, wound-
NKW YORK, April 1 Tho start of
' the United Stntos navy's attempt to
Word has been received today by cross tho Atlantic ocean In it heavier
Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Nicholson of this than atr machine will tuko place on
city, that their son. Frod, who Is
familial ly known here as "Porky"
tho first clear day in May, or as goon
thoieafter as the fog belt which now
Phelon has announced that he will B,nKle t.ountry or Us representative
urge on tl.e floor or congress, mat-! am, Ueclated emphatically that the,
direct representations be made to'tIme for talk a virtually finished
Mexico and Japan to prevent the es-'nd tllat now WOg tho Umo to sl v
tabllshment of land grants to the , rwiiii:
Japanese within the Mexican bortlera
because of "their military and Indus
ue saio emu .nex.co was wuu.n , SIovak mlisUm who returned today,
her rights, in the above move, but Fam!no lh fearea am, tho roalsitua
that sho would create a "little Japan"- nn ,,. .,,. Th nnll,nn,'; t,,
Tho Prague communists have sot
up a regime of te'rror in Budapest,
according to members of the Czecho-
on our borders."
Y DEER AT
(JA.tIK WAKDI'X Fr.N'DS KVIIIKXCH
OF .Ml'Clf SI.AU(!IITi:u OUT OF
fcFASOX. CHAIIGKS llKOl'GHT
AGAINST T11RKK MKX
hoped for Allied intervention.
PARIS, April 1. General Foch
leaves tonight for Spa to discuss with
Erzberger the Allied demands that
tho Polish troiw be permitted to uso
' the port of U.uizlg and has full pow
ers to negotiate the matter.
PARIS. April 1 The Germans aro
reported to bo concentrating largo
forces in eastern Prussia under Von
Hindenburg to defend the railway
line from Danzig to Posen.
Hides of four deer and the carcises
ui reieral others, belieied to have
been killed out of season by William
Sims, R. A. McComb and I.ovo Chand
ler of the Moljn district have been
discovered caelied in that section by
Game Warden Henry Stout and a .
complaint lodged against them. I
Owing to Illness of relatives ot
two of the defendents, thoy hap noc
been taken into custody us yet by
the authorities. It Is bellovud by tho
game win den that at loest eight deer
have been killed by tho thteo men. A
barrel of meat which had ijeon salted
down, was found hidden aivny In the
biiBhus, The hides havo baon brought
li, and are now in the cute ot Justice
N J Chapman.
Vd statemont issued by tho Munufact- aro out to got better highways this
jurors' Aircraft association, which year and a meeting ot the Klamath
will bo homo this ovenlng. Ho has , envelops tho Newfoundland coast
been In tho Socoml Field Artillery In shows slena of clearing, according to
the 81st Division, V
"Porky" was reported to have pr.
rivod some tlmo ago, but the report
piovcd to havo tieon an error. Previ
ous to his entrance Into tho army
tho young inun was employed In tho
Kir nut th FnlU posto'fflco.
GOOD ROADS MEET
SUNDAY AT MALIN
The people ot tho Malln section
claims to have definite Information
Tho United States weather bureau
Is gathering all avnlalhto Information
from tho north Atlantic region and
Coi.nty Good Roads Association is
scheduled for next Sunday afternoon
nt 2:30 at the Malln Hall. It Is ex
pected that a largo numbor will bo
on hand to attend this gathering.
LONDON, April 1. Hucharest ro
poits say that the Kutente troops aro
being landed nt Constantia on tho
Black sea coast enroute for Hungary.
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XIIW KiaMATII FALLS HANKER
Wll.li KRICCT HO.MI AT CORN-
THIRD AND HIGH
One of the most pretonslous now
honies which will bo constructed in
Klamath Falls this year is tho now
seven room houso planned by Pieai
dont O. D. Iiurko of the Klamath
Stato Bank on his property at tho
corner of Third and Iligli Streets.
Architect A. D. Holdo, who Is hero
from San Francisco, has Just Couii
pleted the plans for the- building
which is to bo of ii bungalow typo anil
built along the most modem linos. It
Is to havo a hot wntejr heating plant,
among other features Tho garngo
will bo located lu tho basoment,