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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1919)
&ljg JEurmng Herald
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
OFFICIAL t NEWSPAPER
OF KLAMATH FALLS
"Thirteenth Year No. 3 585
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 191P
Price, 5 cent
ALLIES HARD FIGHT
AltCIIAN(li:i. April I 'II.. Hot
Mhi'lk hi 1 1 1 1 . r - has -ii lij'i I ) tliii
Alllml railway M on t mill ponl t loriH
south of Oiton-rsluila In t lu Im-iiv Ii-m(
homhurdliient In ni'iii) weeks
In Kin mt'ii it I i mi- llin iiihmii) Ih iiiiiv .
I in: (oiihIiIih ilili- nf IiIn furies thiiiimh
I lit' WIIOll llltlll'llllllg llml .llllilllIT III
IlK'k Mill) follow HOIIII
! LOCAL BOY BACK
! AFTER LONG TRIP.
'BRICK MAKING PLANT
MOVED TO KLAMATH,
TO GET BUSY
Strike at Vienna Is Ended in
Will Be Auctioned to High-
Mi lQir r nn c.irvQ.
Short Time . ... bijj
Tom Del.-ll sou of Postmaster W
A DelrHI. returned to Kliumitli Falls
Inst night nfter an alisctKe of several
mouths lie li'fl Hliortly after hi gra.
dilution from High Hiliool lie re to,
I'llll'r H'llSt Point, IlllVlllg JIIIBHOll nil
his entrance examination hero. On
li Ih mrlwil tin-re lin fall.-. to pass i
till! e)0slght lrilllri'IMI!llH I lift HO f
look ii position witii tiic "tewii'i-; Definite Action to Be Taken
Comnu-tcc CommlHHloti with which J
, im linn truM'icii iimt a groat part or on Saturday
tlu I'iiIIimI Stales, lie declares liow-'
I n it that In- found no part of It;
j H C Chamberlain has airivid in
Klamath Kalis from Ashland, where
he has made arrangements for the
tr riffer of a brlik mnklng establish
inent to this city. Ho expects to get
, the new plant under way here at an
I early date.
MEDFORD RANKER VISITS
A treat llii kUhii mull) (if llm
Kluiiuilh music Iiivitn h.Kt Saturday ADVERTISE THIS WEEK
nt llin hoinii of Mrs Prod Cnfcr of
tlllH ill), lit nil open meeting nf tlm
I Hutirl Giiti-m- Kl'l"", -Mimical Htmly Chili This,
llMiilullim .kmiii-' ',' organization holds rcKUlur 11 tlnr.N 'Tide foim-)-. I'm- of .iiruliiiali-l)
mrt ! ItilM'rlfl I" IVImjtniil. i,vry two wctikM j
.......i i i ..ui...t At thn id'-usllli-. nrmrriini Haturilii-.
ft i oiiiiiiniiiMi" " ""!"" ... s -.(
, "hlih Lanif up to Klamath County!
mid Ih might) Kind to got hack again. ; LEGAL ADVICE GIVEN
Attiirncjs for Klamath Irrigation
C. V. McDonald, a Medford bank
er, who Ik Interested In a mercantile
establishment at Merrill, returned to
hlo home thin morning after a busi
ness visit here. He declares that
prospects are of the best this season
in the Merrill section, and that condi
tions at Medford are better than for a
long time. He looks forward to a
prosperous year all over Qrcgon.
Mf SENT OUT
Klamath to Be A.ked What
It Really Wants
Kiirntrd Willi lliigrntli' i the "n
Ul Count II Grinding Aim),
PAWH, April 2 -Repot In to tlm
French KoniiMi officii todny miy (hut
the lloliliolk mo 'itii'iit In German
Auitrln Im been inimicccimfiil. The
Mm Cofer gave the piano sel.-i Hoiih.
Mm A J Vo)ii thn ornl hiiIoi anil
Mm Julln Harlow thn lolln ploo-s
rii' Miner' hnln" nf WntiT Wa
ter Mum Hi- Dcllti-ri-il In (Vila In
'I nut. Oiio-I'tuirtli Dnttn unit
l.lli' Amount for 'Hirer Vrari.
lie Di-ilnili-l) Si-ttliil.
st'i:s on note
STEADY imrla.m: SHOWN IIV
i III delimit u of the wIhIi 31 tif lie
Suit for the lollecllon of 12U0 (i laud owners of tho Klam.itu lrrigr.-1
alleged iiiiiiiiIiiIiik dun on 11 ".Ino nntu Hon district, and foil r-r ng Its polity
hint heoli flli'il In Ihi' office of the ,.f autocratic rule, a ml., llml Sum'
report or department or
AGRKVLTTRL. nTATi:. I,AXIS
AviMtAci: sHi.tio 11:11 aciii:
... . ... I, I..., .. f,..
ri wr Ml mi' 111 1 iriiiui vuui'ii nurr 1 i'(llini v C'miri liv A ,,,, I.. ,..,i,,.,i , ., , .. ...
'" , , . .. louiit) t oiirt ii) a , noiiin iiKalunt cost the farmiTH inoro t'inii 11 million
1 few liour uml 1111 lUHiiriectlou nt 1 i;,,,.,,., i,..,lr ii,rMHL-i, i,u m.it in.. , .
"... . 1 I i.uima ihiiiirm uiroiihii His iiunriii') (ollam, (ho rerlmuut on Hiirvce h ko-
(n 1 hiw Iiccii nit dottii ,11 m c ... ..... ,
" ' ,""nniK 'Iiik to null the Ankeny canal
LONDON, April J -Keporlii Hint
1 revolution iiKiilimt the Hoviet gov
rmmtnt Im broken nut In I'elro
(nil, am miiiporti'il by nn nffldul
rttiillan (ILiiilcli m) Iiik Hint there
b icfloiK strike of railway men In
the IVtrgrnil roKlou The Htrlko In
ijKljrnl to be inipporleil by the Men
ibtrlkl uml the serliil fevolutloif
IjON'DON, April 2 Nopiipern of
Atrial, In Jiiko SIhvIii nnnuiiiici'il to-
dy tint the ilynnst) of KniinKenrKi-
tilth lis 11 been di-Mtrii) i-il mid 11 lie-
public lirorliilmcil llli tli'lgrnde, nt
(Ii Junction of the Danube nud Hit ti
Illlcrs, nn the capital of Serbia lth
JJKO-Slnla, nccordliiR to n illsimtch
AS A TRAITOR
1: i(i:it AcriioviN Ainti:sT or
svix it.u.i.i:n uti.i:. iv
Tt uki:y .n fJicAvt: coint.
win: is .1 1. so i.ii'i,Kvri:ii
The Importunt matter as to wheth
er the Klamath Irrigation DlHtrict
should enter suit in conjunction with
the Water L'sera Association to pre
ent tho construction of the proposed
Link River Dam at the head of Link
WASHINGTON. April 2 Karri ' ltlvur was the Principal discussion
ny canal i,u in n... I'nli.wi si.n.w urn Hte.iii.'at the meeting of the Board of Dl-
1 Notlies calling for bids on this part y ucr.nslng In alue Tho Depart- rettors here jesterday, at which At-
'iH 1 ne 111111111111 project nao been Is- nu.n( ,,f Agriculture reports the aer-1 torncys U. f stone anil Wilson f
,Mlml. and follnulng Is 11 copy of the K0 KrndP 0f vow Junds was worth ! W'ey advised immediate action to
ailertlemitit which Is to appear in ' about J7-I 31 per acre on March 1,! determine how far the control of the
tho Issue of tho Herald next Friday nils year, tompared with $CS.3S a
1 , .1... 1 it e 'er ago, $02 17 two car.s ago. -nd
l'il(.iiiin nt i( IHU IIIIVIMHt 1 . 1. . m . .
ltfclnmallou Service, Klnmntb Falui, "s 3J Ihree )earsigo.
Oregon, April 1st. 1!19. Pursuant Values show the greatest percen-
tn act of Congress approved February ' mge Inerctso during the Inst jear
.'. mil t.ic hint. 8D5). tho united ,.ccllrr.i in ,i1L. South Atlnntle States.
1'roJ.tt Present Opinion to Direct-( ANT llou,HKVK FKKMXfl
up. to Kffiil That Kxtent of Coii-j IS NOW RUNMNfi HIGH.
, . .1 STOCKHOLM, April 2. The popu.
troi . unitT . .rH.r.tii..n .iih.uiii . . ,,,hllnolan ,,. a
mltlchais, Trakai and Iandvarva
hae revolted against the Bolshevik!
drlen away the Soviets and .des
troyed their adminlstratlves offices.
it is reported that the Bolshevik
troops were disarmed and that many
Commercial Body Will Not ll Forreil
on the Public, anil if Htarted Will
He Hacked l Whole County, Ac
cerding: to Committee Which Ii
.Not' Cnnvnilnj? .Situation.
il ..III ..rn- ... ....I ...I. If.
liiiti-n iii inn'i nil mull ill liuillic , ., ., 11... ... t .w..i. .....1 .
nucllon. to the highest bidder, at 2 ' the tnrollnas ni.d (.eorgla and ev.
P m May 12th. IS 19. at tlm oltlce'of tended to Alabama, Kentucky and Ar
the I'nlti'd Stnli'H Iteclnmntion Ser- kansas Small or no Increases were
lri'. Klamath Fnlls, Oregon, about I made In tho New Kngland States, the
111111 mile of canal of about fifty sec-' ,.nr(c co,gl ,.., and Loulsl.mn.
r-V ,J '" ."u. ,.." V-,r Texas. Kans.us and Montana. Material ences upon the advUablllty of getting
.... ....n.... .. ,. n..M.ii ... ....
11' 1 I... lfk L'lr O... OA Kt.t
flit 'A ill'U ,, iir. VI OW ,IU. .irj'4 1
NKli Ser 31, and WV4 NW' Sec. raskti and South Dnkot.i.
California-Oregon Power Company
is going to extend for the next fifty
cars in this district.
Final action was postponed until
a meeting called for Saturday after
noon when the question of entering
the suit will be settled.
Following is the opinion, rendered
by the atterneys:
"Pursuant to directions, the under.
signed hae had a number of confer-
! Increases were reported from Neb-
WASHINGTON, D C. April I
32, all In Township 38 S. Itange 9 K.
W At . tncelher with nutter site slt-
Seiretary of Win linker lias appro.-.! ,mt,,, )n , s ,)f Section 32. Town-1
i-l the request of the llrltlsh mllltaiy shlii 3K South, Itange 9 Knst, W. M
a Judicial determination as to the re
lative rights of the California-Oregon
Power Company, the United States
Iowa's plowing lands stand Ilrst In j and the water users in and to the
alue, her im-rnge being $109 per
acre, followed by Illinois with $14 4.
power features incident to the Klam
nth Project nnd, after a rather ex.
haustle inestigatlon, wo have
reached the firm conviction that no
I'AlllH. April 2 -Tim Counrll of ' tuitln.rlilfN In Turku that the nn Klmnath County, Oregon, subject to California with $121. nnd Indiana
Four continued tony the coiulder-' ho permitted to arrest James Snoitr ""' rlKll,H "f imnilr" of r,'rtuln lc,ls with $100 Alabama reports thej further delay should be pcrmittedMn
Hon nf t .,... , "" purcois nt land in ttio city ot , ,,,.. ,,,,. ...pmce nluo of plow lands. I tills connection.
tlon of tln iiiiistlon nf reparation
nil disposition of the Ithlnn Vulley.
nd will proluhly be orcuplnii with
IhrM Ihsiics for three morn ilnjit.
r ii:nv rritriiAsi:
l MIIXICAV l,AMHJ,,hn ,".',Jl,,,
11 i.af iiriillxed AinerltMti iltlzen .iii.l ... .. .... .......
Kiniuiuii rniiH, wreguu. to hiiih uim ,, .,.. ..,.1 mIhsIksIiiiiI next
lih wife on churgeH of treison use therefrom u total of approximate-! ut " 4. 'r Mississippi next.
This inmi mid hi wlfn am deilireil ly live (ftl minor's Inches of wntori11 2G ..U
In hui. been closely usMiilnt.M . .('. ,''" IrrKalion and domestic purposes Oregon Munds il,.enth on the list
Hie bead of ll Cellllim mif Mtslelll III T,ln ''""ll1 r'K,,t "f w"'.ls l'l""1'en,)' , W Itll mi II orilge Of $S 1 Oil
till' IICIIII III II (il'lllinil Hl) K)Hlelll III ... l,ll,.l ,, i ,ll Ivnr utilnr In'
Pnlitlllin nud amiitiK the Itiltlsh In f(v t-ortain tracts nnd will he sold!
"Klamath County is going to have
a good commercial organization If
j the people want it, but It Is not g(-
ing to be thrust upon them," declare
members o the Commutes of five,
who were rppolnted at i mass meet
ing at tee city hall last week, to can
vass the general situation and enlist
The conditions which have obtain,
ed In past years, in which the moral
and financial support for this work,
has devolved upon a few and where
the income has been uncertain, are to
be changed very materially from now
TKI.US ASSOCIATES IN CONFER.; on. committee members declaro and
HASTE IN MEET
ENCE WORLD WILL XO LONG
Elt COUNTENANCE DELAY IN
The) will Im brought subject to this obligation The snlo
to tin I'lilti'd States for trial Spoiii
JIKXK'O. CITY. April 2. Offli-lalH u M '"''" " Profi-SK.ir at the I :ilei-
of the Department of Agriculture In
iT denied tlm iiirrcnt reports Hint
le Jspincfiii imve bought lauds In
Lower California, which alleged ac
tion rlcd smh a storm of opposl. '
tlon by ii'preseiitntlvcs of Hid I'nlt-!
i"lty In Jerilsnlein
HKATTLi: (illll, TAKEH POISON.
8BATTI.K, April, 2.--Mlss ttiith
Morguii, n sixteen inr old school
Ilrl iinsurressfiill) uttiimpled to pols
n htwclf hero today The pollco be
lieve Dm nit wiih suggested by the
MOfcuslim nf Miss Until (lurrlKon.
0HW1OX ItOVS IIIIACII NEW VOIII
NWWVOUK, April 1Ovcr tlircn
"'ousii.,1 officers and men of tlm
' I'll st Division fioni Oiugon,
wiirnrnln and other NorlliweHl
., ,M ,," rrl(.d here on ifiu
"Mmsliip sib..,,, riom st Nuzlmii.
j MIAMI roil ASHLAND.
Mr. u.,,1 Mrs, j T s.iylo Ion yeste.-;
"JTor Ashland, whnio they will stop ,
' pL? 'V "")H l,,,r"r" KoIiir oil to!
'.ortliimi Mr Huyl.i rewntly dlspos-l
, i,l, "!' I'listlnio pnrloi-s. In.ro '
- -hi Hpemi Home time hi Port
'jqa '"-faro going Into hiiHiness again.
7 SDI.IllMit IIETIIII.VN,
wmV! 'MrCoy' w, '"" ''"Oh l tho
iy nonico slnro tho onUnouk of
MAN WHO HAS COMMIIMIID
HAii.itoAD pi: i:i.ii'.mi:st or
INLAND OltlKiOS AltlllVIN
AITI-IK LONG AIISII.NCII
will bo niiide on tho following terms:
one-fourth pn)nhle when tho trnnsne-,
Hun Is completed ;ono-foitrtli In olio'
jrnr; one-fourth In two years, and
the remainder In three years. De .
furred payments will draw Interest at I
tho rate of six per cent per unnum.
No bid will bo accepted for less than
tho appraised value, and the right Is
resore. to reject uny nnd all bids.
For detailed list of property and oth
er Information, address Tho United
.States Iteclnmntion Service, Klamath
M.VV III! DISBANDED.
"It Is our belie, that the water us
ers are entitled to know at tho earli
est moment, Just how far this com
pany, say for the next fifty years. Is
going to exercise u supervisory con
trol over the olettrlcal power features
of llii.s project, features which tho
land owneis understood they were
acquiring a ctted right to under
Bertha J. Frnkes lias been granted their annual installments paid to the
decree nf dlvorro from her hus-
I'nlled States on tho cost of the lr-
rlivn.l.in ei'.lnm Willi llio flnniir-Inl
band Frunk N. Fiakes by Judge Kuy- responsibility that is placed upon the
kondall of tho Circuit Court. The. irrigation district, it Is vitally im
complalnt In tho case charged cruel' poitant to know whether It is going
nn. t.,1. ..,,.. IratlmPllI mil .IlNPf. ' I" " "c " civ.OU .io (.;. o, uu
ltl IIIO'IUI"!! . . V ...... -
LOAN APPRAISER EXPECTED.
WASHINGTON. 1). C, Apt II 2.
Membois of tho cabinet nud heads of
the go eminent pin chasing ngenrles
were called together by Socrotnry
Glass today to consider whether the
, plan for readjustment of pi Ices tl)ru
Robert II, St'-.thoiii. builder of tho tho Industilnl Board would, bo adhor.
Klnituth Fulls Mtinklpil Itnllroifi ' ed to by tho go eminent. The meet
lino to Dull) and pioaulctit of tlni lug was tho outgrowth of a dispute
Oregon, California Hallway Company arising fiom alleged lofusal of tho
which has coiumciKcd tho rulhoad inllroud admlnlstrntlon to nccept the
development of the guilt Olegon In-, pilces agteed upon for steel and coal,
land Kinplio iiirheil lust night nftcr The Industrliil Boird may go out
an iitiNum-o of sovoiul montliH ut his of exlstnnco unlais an agreement Is
A Federal Land Loan appraiser is
expected to bo hero soon to appraise
lands under lirlgatlon for which ap
plications have been initio. It is re
ported that there tiro applications for
loans totaling $10,000 fiom this dts.
ttlrt now on file
the I'nlted States, power company
and the County Court of Klamath
County attempting to retain supervi
sory control. We boliove we should
strive definitely to know Just what
contract rights we have that can be
enforced, and that without further
-OR.MIIlt RESIDENT RACK.
jV,i.!!r l"18 ""turned to Klamath
" flOIII Vnn o.. ....
I,, i, l niuvuuB, wnoro no
'mm Fort Sto
homo In Spokane, Washington.
Mr. Striihoin left this morning for
a tilp In llm (ouutry to Inspect the
work nud Iuih made no piiUllc .Mtntu.
inent as jet as to tho pi ins foV tho
coming )iu'. but It Is hoped that his
vIiiwh on this HiihJett limy bo nvnll
able in a short time us tho dew-lop-ment
of this piojocl will bo tho iiilt-k.
est menus of bilngliig Khimath Conn,
ty to (ho pioiiilneiit pliice It should
occupy on tho Pacific Coast,
SOLDIER RETl'RNS LAST EVE.
"'3, NowollofHniiFinnclsco. who
MISS HAMMER O.N WAV ABROAD.
Won! has boon tocolvod Hint Miss
W. 11. Spencer, con of James Spell,
cor, who has been lecontly dlschnrgod
fiom tho military hcrvlce anled lust
night f i oni Camp l.eo in Virginia.
Tho young man enlisted with the en
gineers, but has spent a great deal
of his time In tho hospital owing to
Illness, whllo away.
YOl'NG LADV ARRIVES.
Mine Dm hint Smile, Is tho name of,
l.nuni Hammer, who wan Idontlfled tho young Indy who camo jesterdity
vCI) llllilltlng llm ("nimlv imnliu i win. llm fnr-iillv nt llin Klnniatli iniirnlnL' iii bilubten thn homn of Or
"eek" 0I"1 ll0"fi0 ,or tho ,,st fow Co,,l,ty "'B1' School nnd who loft ro and Mis. A, A, Soule of this city. Tho
t v "H "ll"l,"0(1 I'ttt task niid'eoutly to take up tollof work In .llttlo lady and hor mothqr nro report
4 l3V(,r lC"lay fur tl"1 l,,,y cBy. Ho' Franco, hits loft Philadelphia, whom ed to bo gottlng along nlcoly. Tho
i4ic B"ll"IHlH8Ul! vr tho cllmnio'Hlio was taking prollmlnaiy tialnlng Doctor will piobjhly bo ablo to vo
ttueiy of tho Klnniutli country. and huu sitllod for Euiopo, siiiuc his practlco within n fow weoks,
Leslie lieico, who was formerly
employetl at tho Shasta, as candy
maker and who has been In Astoili
and other Oregon points foi tho past
two joais hns returned to this city
with his wife and will again reside!
ROYS GO TO NAVY
CHICAGO. April 2. Complete re
turns today Hhowed that William
Halo Thompson, tho republican can
did ito has been le-clected mayor of
tint city by a plurality of 17,000 over
Robert Sweltzer, his democratic op
ponet After a campaign of a most bitter
nature tho city voted wet by a major
it) of 247, 22S.
CRIME WAVE IN BERLIN.
A substantial delegation of tho
Klamath County High School, feat
ured by tho military company, was BERLIN, Apill 2, A crime wae
prosont at tho train HiIh morning to has gripped Boilln and "wild west"
bid farowoll to two of Its members,, holdups aro occmrlng dally In the
William Kooseo and Claude Williams, elty and Miburbs. Many of tho rob
who wore sent by tho local naval re
crultlug olllco to outer tho naval sor
vlco. Both lads aro woll'known lioro,
nnd havo tho best wishes of a largo
number of friends for succoss In titolr
hois wear tho uniforms of soldiers
nud &nllors. Two bandits held'Op the
food offlco, gottlng away with many
food cards, A fur store was raided
and $7,000 worth of furs stolon. -
CAPTAIN DROWNED WHEN
VESSEL DRIVEN ASHORE
SAN FnANClSCO, April 2. Cap
tain Ulhurg of tho bark Albert ts re
ported to havo mot death when his
boat wont nsltoro on Point lloyos to
day, Tho crow of ton uro bollovod to
lutvc landed wifely.
SEIIIOL'H RIOTING AT
FRANKFORT ON MONDAY.
PARIS, April 2. What was con
strued as a warning that the world
could no longer countenance further
delay in the adjustment of peace, was
delivered to the Allied Premiers and
military representatives of the Asso
ciated powers by President Wilson,
late yesterday. He arose in the con
ference and solemnly assured con
ferees of his belief that they should
be all In accord to unite on peace
terms upon which a treaty might be
presented to Germany.
TWELVE THOUSAND TROOPS AR-
RIVE ON LEVIATHAN. MANY
BOYS IN NINETY.FIRST DIVI-
SION. SOME DECORATED
NEW YORK, April 2. Tho steam.
er "Leviathan" has arrived from'
Brest with over 12,000 troops. These
include small detachments of the 91st
Division mostly officers of the 347th
and 24Sth Field Artillery. Moro of
the 91st Division came on the "Lib
eiator" from St. Nazlare and'Oris
zaba",from tho same point. These
Included the 364th infantry and head
quarters, also members of the 34 3th
Machine Gun battalion of the Medical
Among the officers of the 34S Ma
chine Gun Battalion on the Otisaba
was Lieut. W, L. H. Osborno of Rose
burg, who said that the battalion had
suffered neatly 300 casualties, of
whom forty were killed.
Chaplain John W. Beard, former
pastor at Hoqulnm, Washington re
turned with a French War Cross for
carrjlng wounded to safety thru
heavy flro in Belgium.
NO .MORE SEEDS
AT HERALD OFFICE.
This will ackiwledgc locelpt of
a large number of applications for
I government seeds which havo been
LONDON, April 2 Serious doting tecolved during the past few days
ta reported to have occurred Monday by tho Herald office. The applicants
at Frankfoit on tho Main. It la re-1 were gladly supplied as long as (he
potted that crowds attacked tho pot- seeds held out, but they are now gone
Ice station and released pi lsonoi'3 .vul and those who do not receive them
ot flro to tho building, Order was . will know that their letters wera re-
In,, I n,w tu,
volvud too late.
If n move Is now made It Is going to
be made with the endorsement and
support of the entire community.
To this end questlonalres with
five pointed quleries are being pre
pared to send to a thousand or moro
men residents of the city and county
and when these have been received,
the prevailing feeling- toward tho
move can be ascertained.
The committee which consists of E.
L. Elliott. O. D. Burke, R. C. Groes
beck, J. F. Maguire and Oscar Pey
ton has been very busy during the
past few days Interviewing promi
nent men and working out tho plans
which it was requested to formulate.
They are keenly enthusiastic over
the launching of a new body, realiz
ing (hat never before havo the needa
for such work been seen in this dis
trict. Whatever may be done without
a live commerce body In the way of
development, could be Increased
many fold thru Its aid, the members
One change has been indicated in
the new plans whereby the member
ships will be based on a ten dollar
unit, rather than having the twelve
and twenty-five dollar memberships
as formerly obtained.
The questlonalre which Is now be
ing prepared is quoted belew:
jDo you favor a Commercial Club
to promote the Interests of Klamath
Will you attend the first meeting ,
and at least two other meetings each
Do you favor an organization such
as we have had In the past, with of
flco and paid Secretary?
Do you favor a club with rooms,
open day and evening where lunch
eon is served at noon and with paid
Secretary in charge? -
Whnt salary do you favor paying
Have ou any further suggestions
to offer regarding the organization
of the club?
PACKERS FREED FROM
FOOD CONTROL NOW.
WASHINGTON, 1). C. Aprjl 1.
All tho moat packers havo been re
leased from tho Food administration
control under a proclamation signed
by President WiUon at Pails.
NEW HARY ROY.
A baby boy was born on, March
26th to Mr. and Mrs. Edward G.
Young at the Klamath General Hos
pital, Tho new at rival was nanted
James Edward., Mr. and Mrs. Young
reside on a ranch In Poe Valley.
AVIATOR ON WAY HOME.
Word has been received today that
Kenneth Perry, son of Mr. and Mre.
James Perry Is in San Francisco on
his way homo from an Aviation Field
In Illinois, and that he wlU be home
In a fow days,