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SLig wmittQ Hrrald
OF KLAMATH FALLS
5 KLAMATH COUNTY
f US" Ycnr-No. 3 589
FIRMERS WILL !
ii it 11 i lnin i i u
I btl mum
1U l F1HST
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, APRU. 7, 1919
Price, 5 cents
NEW MEAT MARKET
ON EAST MAIN ST.
ii ro killed In t tin liiHt in I u t ii iiin-
II I II filibuster II llllK llllllll till) KimI
Hon of tlm riillrimil luliiiliiUtrutlon
Hint iiiiilur ottriinrdluitry cur'nii'
titiitireit capital nliimlil In supplied foi
minded lutiuiKlonn where tin' rillrmtl' "Tin- IJinillly Market" Ik tint name
ynli'iiiH nfTiTli'il will iiiiriivo of tint of tln new nn-iit Hliup which In get
proposed new coii.truUlun. It Ii i.-!ll(! under Wll. , t,,(! Vrdcn hulld-
l'ltVt',1 t II It t IT tlllt I'llllllllUllltll'N fill-
cerned will nrgitnlm anil iieeuri
WESTERN NIGHTS TO
through tlutlr c-iini tniTclii t urgaulta
Hon tlm approval of lliln lliif, Hut
money "III l forlhi inning
Cnnnl Are Now
Inc. at l22 .Main street, anil which,
ulll be pri'pntt'il to meet tlm ii In of
tint public liKfoni Hid I'tnl of tlm week.
i Tint new i-nliihllshiiicul will hit con
ducted by J W Moorman, anil will
I BIG filOI
. ""Mm u) i .iiiiurniHu, uimi win year
I Tin- in iiiov,, that .-., i, i,ip,i ' ''" ,";; " '""rk"1 "' "' '''"tl ' "f Textile Worker and Author- vl""'
i along materially by the. people of this ly I . . .. , ,!or
an up-and-dolng Chamber of Com-I
. ... merce wwi a woman H auxiliary, unii
DRAW HUGE CROWDS then you are In the right way to get
all that In due thin part of the Htutc."
Mrs. Kly will meet Tuesday nt
l ii-paradum- an going ahead ra luncheon HOmo t the prominent wo
Pl.lly for i In- big Klks Western nights ,,. ,,, U)e tl. , f()rm AMOcIate
wnii n are ir, in- iii-iii ai me lompie Industrie League here. No money In
lie lUtli. 1 Uli anil Ulll. needed or asked for. but 1imt the
hlH c.vunt is a yearly stunt for , .unuor, ,)f (.v,.rv woman who
k.Iom hero, wl.li h Ih a source of . .n,,.rested In Hin in.-hulldlnij of tho
i iiiiti'iial cnlt-italnmcut to all who at. sla((!
i tend anil It Ih phi lined to make this T
unii It U up to entry luislm-H
mini ami enterprising cltlien to write
tu Senator MiNitry at once, mid urge
pfW USE EARLY WATER M" l" foll"w l,,li ,",tur "i'- " '
"" offer In iintilnt the inovn In any way
j. possible ll Ih a mutter, loo, wlili It j
might bit NiiliNtantlally aided by thu l
.-l Jlmi.t.-r Sinlt- Hellrf Th.it "r,,"' flinmlM.r of Commerce, and a
n,,'frt h . liriMUr liruiiKlil to bear which will
.trrol "' Majority f ',,,'','r" brliiR till much u led construction
Ulll Ik" rnTiil ) Tiirnliiit U'nler about at an early datn and glw Klam
. i, . u .. i.i Ii..,. n,n C"Ullly a place en the map to
"" "' " M" ,',-,,"" whirl, Hhe U JiiKtly enlltled
IH T ROAD
ities Commence Shooting
best jet Kverybody Ih Iii-
and from the Kenernt talk
rybody Ih IiUiiiiImk to attend
jit u( Srriwi!''.
Tbit llif iiiiiiifr.iiin rett)eU fium
ik, nilrr uer of the Kli m.Un Ir
rifitlon rfojrct, in lli flfeil I'mt
iter for Ihli ncimoirn IrrlKiitlcn be
UmrJ Into the laiml mi that It will
taulUbl( In tlielr ue by Hie I .'.III
c( tbli month "" 't '' Kran lUlnJ
)iu ll tho ilc lulmi ' Project M.uu- (
IfrllflMIt II JVrwi'll on airmiiii in
ttr rrraln en the ninol, ddnKer of
ipajnnJ (illn inntlum Ho linn in.
i-iitrd Mi wltUin ) 'ie reiinwint:
iiitiiii oc , iiii.mox ix moxi;v
AXIl MIAItl.V HAM-' A .Mil, I. KIN
.mkn in in: i rn,i.i:n ox x..
TENTH WEEK OF STRIKE
iTMrnlj-'lliiee Arnln Mnile TimI.ij In
Ciiniirilloii Willi Itiimli i:ploMlmf, IMHAVS AltC IKIWX I'llOM
ill Ti'iiemriil IIiiiim' Womeii llrltr
I Clillilieii Ami) I'iimii Siliool Willi
j Stnni". In '.Mill llNtilils.
i pricnm Mniii nm
The annual meeting and supper of
' the Flmt Presbyterian Church will
I be held at tho church this, evening
and Important matters relative to
' the construction of life proposed new
church will be taken up.
HACK TltO.M CAMFOKXIA
IVATION h ...i.M
uiMiiii .si i'pi.v. i.o.st i:m:it
llA.M IS .MIXTA IK AX(.l,i:ith
Mr and Mrs. Charlcs-J. Martin re-
' turned I.iHt nleht frnm iin extended
1'HKII: vacation trip In Southern California.
WAHIIINCTON. II. C. April 7
,The blKKent road IiuIIiIIiik campalKU
Mn' the lilstorY of the t'nlted Stales Is
I hi'KiuuluK under direction of the uurl-
I.AWHi:N('i:, M.iks. April 7 lllot-
Iiik ulik'li was marked by promisc
uous firing by Hid .strike sympathis
ers ami the pollec forces, opened the
tenth week nf flu, lih- tnvlll.. Ktrlkn
rullural department, acrordltiK to 'lcro 0(y
"It will not be puiiMliln tu roin
flrte nCTnry or dimlruljlo tepulrn
mil rlfinlni: by that dnti; iitime".
tmllr It wuuld mi'iln mi effort In
itmitle thru Ihe neamin and prob
ity lit lew miUlnctory nirvlio
Irin it lulllrlt'tit time lind been tnk
g la place the )lein Into tiflt"
incith iu:'iaiti:n to ih: itixi-
nait ihii.siiijviki iiiiuxo
Tun: aiAitATi:it si.tv.si.
aiii: rxiii:u Ainicsr
statement by Secretary Houston
Plans to spend $343,000, 000 en
tirely on new hlghwayH ant beltiK
worked out Half of this money has
been appropriated by the federal gov
ernment and half will be furnished
by the states.
Approximately 4 10, Mill men will bo stones ttu-Ir hands droe away the
glen employment Wages will run children who atteinnti.d in co to
TACO.MA. April 7. In answer K j intii inllllunn. Itoad workers received' school,
iileps taken by lint Central Labor i from $2 SO to $5 00 last year. More It had been preloiibl announced
Council to attempt to recall Hie I'a- will be diiuiaiiiled this year, It Ih ex-, Hint tho children of the strikers
A bomb explosion
ment house (rented
Hirudin the city.
j Twenty-three arrcalx lrtixo already
I been made In (oiinectlou with the af
j In thu mill districts, women with
The annual mullet fishing season
Ls on at Lost Hhcr and many of the
Indians are clown from the Itebervi
Hon to catch their yearly supply. Sev
eral camps are installed at the Dler
slon Dam and some at other points
along the rler.
The Indians on catching their sup
plies of these fish, which aro always
numerous nt this season of the year,
dry them and store them away lot
winter's use. It Is asserted that the
.supply is nut as great this year as
Many of the "pale faces" also on-
Joy this sport ami It is reported that
there were about fifty uutoa jester-
JLIfii TRIAL IS
riltST TKIAL FOIl XKAItLV A
vkaii is civil, actiox now;
CXIIKK WAY. CASK . HKIXfi
IIKAItll IX CITY IIAMi
Foreign Minister Reported
MAY REACH VIENNA
Conflicting I5onirt Are Itereltnl of
Another Upheaval ' In Hungary,
llariiria Voting Against .Soviet iov-rrnnirnt-r-l'rililent
prm r. Hut He Is Still ill Ueil.
VIENNA, April 7. The Hungar
ian Communltt government In Hilda-
I pest has been overthrown, according"
to rumors, current In official circles.
Newspapeis today declare that Hel
akun, the Foreign Minister Is report
The reports do not say whether tho
attempted revolution was organized
by the Socialist or Bourgeois parties.
WASHINGTON", I). C, April 7.
Advices reaching the state depart-.
The first Jury trial to be held in hnont today Indirectly from Vienna
Klamath Fails Circuit Court since; said that the Communist revolution
coma City Commission li-jimmo " t J ! t !
irnente! lint null- of tnea bv Hi- i nt. Kltieer
Thuiiias McDunald, chief en-i would be kept awaj from schools ho-'day at the Diversion dam.
of tint Iowa sinlii lilgliway cause or tne alleged autl-strlke nctivi
"Turnlnti Ihn nlitr lulu tlni ry . offliluls todnv took comni nslon w III be In chargu of thu ties of Ihe teachers.
hi wllcr ihnn renlly ,tec.nW, '""f. "' r ouiiiais uma imk
Jh.fori..iilitrii nn. L-itii-irjilv t,re. h'eps lo arrest mure lenders of Ihe campalKn. He has been named head -
pirftl to mske line of It. means an Turn nut soldiers, Sailors mid Work jof the government bureau, and will PORTER BOOTLEGGER
(ttnKN.ury Inert-nun of seepage trou-
b', trrater liiconvetiiiinre and ox
Knit liter In the semen fighting
moil In cttniili nml a direct Incrensu
In the oi'criilloti expetiMi-n, While
dooMIca the early witter mlKht he
cl btneflt In a few It m-ciiim more
this proliablu thai It would be mi in
Jury to a crrntrr number
"I int Informed thai during the
lien's Council and declared Hint the 'take charge in a few days.
organlitalloii Is a repruduMloi, of the
The trial of six!) iihMi nu-l woaieu
arrested Salurdiiy cwulug bi-ghts to. I
.1. .. . , . . , ... ., i '
tiny. i. aru is expecieu tu iniiiiuiiii n
The Labor Committee met to ar
Itiri when loe Valley rented wator rnnK0 , rllH, lhu r0cll.
ia pim mr it m pruporiion to inn
quintltr U'i'il, nti'ly was thttrn any
ronildrrablo ili-iiinud for ll until
Jnce, illlio li was loiumonly avail
ible much earlier I unilt-rntnml fur
Iter that this uilley Is purtliulnrly
Urtatened by seepage and srenl rurn
tboold be tiieil to aiinlv water hene-
Ilflillr ami nut put nn more than Is 'Her
biolatoly ticcimsiiry ( m
"H ! Hip t-ipeclatlon that water -t f SMITH IX X
-hi uc iiiiiii-n nun me sysiem on or ,
iKfor May lt In the .sandy portions! . , ,
ol tbe project as, for example, near . Albuuuernue, Now Mexico looks
Wo Uke, It niay lie posslblti to like the end of lhu world, according
mn me wau-r a week or ten days ,,, w
irll. lll... i .,. :,. I" V
Mayor Itldgell said he ttfl''nmd
ll.i Issue between the ItiiiMiu ll'd-Hl-tNlkl
Idea nml Ihe A nu-rl.-n I Idea
nf goti-rnmeuL He said 'he i inn
n n hiding Ihelr Hue rhui.u-i-i- iii-d-er
the prelensc ofMicnefltlitig Ihe nil.
FINDS ROUGH TRAIL
com i;iti:.( i: at imhtlami
m:.t wi:i:k iiixiAitnixti civ.
hlltfCTIO.V OF IIK.'IIWAY FIMIM
KLAMATH XOIITII TO DALLI'.S
County Judge ll, II. llunnull has
MLDFOllll. Apill 7 -Couiity Pros
eeulor Hoorgo Huberts sprung a new
wrinkle In his ctusadu agaiiiht boot
legging Thursday to which C. M.
Johnson, head Pullman porter run
ning on train 14, between Oakland
I and Portland, and one of the oldest
porter.s in point of service on this
illusion of lhu Southern Pacific, was
'thu Hist Mc till).
I The piosecutor brought a special
man here from Portland, hid him
.sworn In ns a deputy sheriff and put
him on the trains. His llr.st day on
,tho Job as a special detective result
led in his purchasing a pint of whls-
HERE TO BOOST
WO.MAX IIF.lli: TO STIMCLATF.
iinixi; coons MAiu: ami
citowx ix oki:;ox (jhkat-
I.V IMI'ltKSSKII HY KLAMATH
Kev on tin- train tietween
.. ,...... ktirimi fir niiiniiiiiT in i
u.,.1.1. l. I, vl.lil.... .,. I J""1 '"l" "" "' " " " I1Mll ,;,,, Mill for S7 from Johnson
, r, tiiiotii, ! n - ' r ,... 1?....,. II I. ,l,i..r.t. r'.iiinitluulti li .... T
ftApriUhouhinnu;;,,,,- ,,y , '""" ""' "'- ''- "- m ..I , Z hm. ,m e 5 .1 of."" "'-o.Cy arrested J,d,Son
ooalomeiisihoimhlt will do the grels lo the brother i:iks of l.s in- " " " Ulm tll0 mlU(or wI" W1,K tkel1 from tllB ln"" antl
injKtmarohi.riii.ilimiRondliihnvi. ability lo he hero for the Western '' , "' " l ,V IMX.. J b,0"!,,t toJiwtko Tnjlort comt nt
. ;i'nf7.,;r''1"''l''''10'' ' bf NR1; ,, week. Ills .many friends " ll' ' ' l" ;" ' " fa Medford. where he pleaded guilty to
mil,l!i xW ,, ,,, , kllw lhnl ,lu ,H .. Mend an.lKlui. Ii Kill wl II b, so , wsKc. ,, W(8 ,
Mrs. Hen C Kly, Held worker for
the Associated Industries of Oregon,
'arrived In the city Saturday. Mrs.
1 Kly Is preaching the gospel of buying
1 everything manufactured, mado and
gtown in Oregon, if price and quality
Iniprineil In health
coi:s to it. c. coxvi:.tio.v
""WiOX KIINATOH MAKi:s ,l.
''Wl. TO IIAILUOAII AllMIMH
TBATIHX KlH COMI'I.KTIOX OF
KW'KK (IAP TO OAK (1H
to send County Surveyor C T Darley
,, ... , . ,,. to is conference at which there will
ll. 12. Hill Ih expects lo leave to-1 '
, , c ,,,, ., r a so be roprasenlatiNes fiom the
morroty morning for Seattle, wl.e re Fi,(lunU
h will attend conference of the .
Northwest DlM-slon of the American " ...
Horvlro I ' r",f,"'t',,ro ls ,0 l, ,,,,,u nt tl10 Ml,,t"
uoniau t ouii iiimisu.
-. ,,. I .., .I....l.l..n !...
up mr iiisciihsu.il uimi i......,, ih... $2ri(, nll, Khin ., j,,, ,,, of 30,
a lepreseulatUe of Klamalh County , (,nV(. ,I()llU8()Il mmedlately tole-i
he present. Tim couil lias uecmeu
lied ('tons. Mr. Smith
rhnlrman of lhu Home
partmenl of this grtnt society and
ho expects to get some new Ideas for
'Increasing tlm efficiency of Ihl.s work
IIKNF.HVK TO UK IMSCHAIKiKll.
WASHINGTON, II. C April ".
mmedlnlo rnlenso of prnctlcilly
tho naval ri'Hurvo force on ac-
TEARS UP OMAHA
WASHINGTON, I, C April 7.-',,
Wtl IdmlnUi...,!.... ... .. 'l Of
. "ouiiii ny sitnutor Mc
"T lo coinpi,.fl, ihe Natron cut-off
no bi.utliorn Pacino rnllronil
..." W0U1" lllt,i'" tho construction
0IPPro millnU. ,. .
Iron, o.i, ,7. " ,"""8 "' nm" this nflnrnoon.
Kirt i,, K ln l'n,,u Coo'liyt
lh::; ftmiM1 bounty. This would
nen tho route i,v rnii . d..
lK!r,'n" "l!1 Ktan' "" on! 0l,y' R.
.- nun ra road. ' . . ....... ........ i. uimri
Till) matt,,- I,. n,ul u- wiinuiiriy mu iim
UPow.i lironontml to T. tmn t0 HfsMt thoso who nooil aid In
"i iiirecifir nf iim ,iiuiinn ,.
OMAHA, April ". Hoavy pioporty
dnmnge and u few persons Injuiod
were tho results loft In tho wake of
thu lclous tornado which swept
graphed to San Frnnelsui friends to
send him money to pay his fine He
lias been a potter yn tho Southern
Pacific li! years.
mciiL.sT iii-:ntr.ss to wkii.
NKW VOUK, April 7 Mls Marn
ret Cainegle, daughter or Andrew
Carnegie, Mild lo bo tho world's rich
est heiress, ami her fljiico, Knalgn
Uoswell MJller. I'liltotl States nttval
reset ves, today obtained license fof
their nurrlago, which Is to lane .date
April 22. at tho Carnegie itmntv)
place at Lenox, Mass.
Miss Cainuglo's engagement to i:n
sign Miller was announced last Nov-
umbur lie Is tho son of tho Into Hos-
.MILS. IlKX C. KI.V
or Mc- , . .ii i ,i. . iin ,,r ' " uinuur uu is inu "ii "i mu mm "t-
cut",fr 2,d2 , :; K,,el 1 -, K rr, ,,,,,i t: uUmn ,,,8,,k,t;- f- -m i,r - tuo,
nllrontl. ' 1 c L r to ennc ho naval 'f ,I,H c,ty ,nst nlKh'- . , 'Chicago. Milwaukee St Paul rnl'- ()t ,,-. ro ,- ,:aht t0 bny ,
frtlluio of congics.-t lo unnci tne iiimu M homes wore unioofed and ..,.. m, mothor lles hero with her ., . ,,,.,
'n nppropilatlon bill'. It was announced y 0o ,.,. ,mt,k Wll!t - hat can bo bough ., Oregon, or
"f ' this nflnrnoon. . i80'1, , j tho Coast. That It is tho duty of
ixcemi: tax mkn iikhu
Harper, John Wilkinson!
STOCK MOVED TO
ISLANDS IN LAKE
SOUTH AMERICA WILL
BUY MUCH FURNITURE
WASHINGTON, Apill 7
tiry mnn mid woman to build up their
'own town first, thun thu state
Tlio women do SO per cent of thu
buying done in Oregon. It lies in
j their hands, to build the statu up or
-Moro ,ear " ''ow"- When they realize, that
making tholr Incomo tax rotiints. j0, Anton, who has been feeding (unu a mj0 dollars' worth of fur- ,llu mi- ro11 t"'llar Is tho fastest dol-
the McKendree murder case last
June Is the civil action of J. P. Sater
iec ersus Martin Iirothers which
commenced this morning in the audi,
tori u in of the City Hallv
This is a case in which the plain
tiff Is suing for alleged Storage of " eight S-nt the introduction of
grain. The amount Invoked Is 11061. a SoUet RcP'luc ln Bavaria.
The plaintiffs attorneys are Rutenic
and Y.tlen while the defendants-are
represented by attorney H. M. Man
ning The time is being spent today
in selecting the Jury.
BASKET BALL GAMES
AT KLAMATH AGENCY
Two basketball games played at
tho Klamath Agency Saturday night
drew a largo crowd ln spite of tho
stormy weather, and the Indian boys
and their opponents put up the best
kind of a game. The first garni was
Imminent In German
. NUREMBUnc, April 7. The Ha
varinn National Conference of Social
Democrats here has oted forty-two
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 7.
Advices received today from Paris
stute,d that President Wilson Is
steadily improving but still In bed
and unable to attend tbe meeting of
the Conference today.
LONDON, April 7.--Tho Commun
ist .Government at Budapest was still
in office on Saturday and the Foreign
Minister alive. No very strung opposi
tion was indicated at that time.
P'ayed between" the Fort Klamath
team and the boys of Mho school ntj
tho Indian Agency, the latter winning
by ii score of 29 to 4.
Tho second game was a contest be
tween the reservation employes and
tho reservation Indian team. ibo
employes won by a score of 52 to IH
Tho proceeds of tho entertainment
ire to be devoted to athletic enter
prises, A dance was given following
tho games. II. lllard, who lias charge
of tho Agency school, is in tho city to
day, with F N. Coopor, and declares
that everyone hud the licit kind of a
time, and more events of this Kind
aro to bo given in tho future.
PARIS. April 7. Because ot tho
indisposition ot Premier Lloyd
George and tho continuous illne.w of
President Wilson, the Council of
; Fcur did not hold its expected session
here during the forenoon today.
HACK FKO.M AVIATION CAMI
Kenneth Perry a well known city
lioy, w-hothas beeu In the aviation ser
vice, and stationed in Illinois, re
turned Inst night.
FIRST AUTO. IN
Tho first auto to come through
from California this season is that ofr
W P Johnson of the Klamath Falls
creamery, which arrived bearing Mr.
nnd Mrs. Johnson after nn extended
visit In the South, Friday evening,
Thoy eamo In -over tho Lookout
routo after considerable dltnculty,
CAMPAIGN I -Oil l-l Mis Foil I5K-
lu:f of ih: stti:ii ikaxci:
IS , STAKTLll IIL'ISi: UXIIF.K
LKAIlKltSlin- Ol MAYOIt
'Tho .''Bonds oi Filcndshlp" which
aro to bo sold heie at ono dollar
oach for tho rehabilitating of tho
and do not recommend the trip' ns ai French homes under tho leadership
pleasure excursion for their friends 'of Mayor I. 11 Struhlo have arrived
for somo II 1 1 lo time to come. Mr.
Johnson indicates that thero worn in
stances en routo whuro the powor of reu will bo gotten under way at once.
and, this campaign whlih will bo con
ducted mainly tin the school child-
gnsollno gave way to four stalwart
horses in tho deep snow.
i:asti:k pi:aci: not phoiiaiili:.
PARIS, Apill 7.--France's confl-
'"I OXnoiiillln I urn-nib mu.. ... ........ i .nun niuvn, ...." ..- -- .- man million unions worm in nu- " -- . - l'AHlH, Apill i.--fl'ances COIUl-, UlttlCtllty, Although llio cuius mr
Pretrial. Nh0 haH p"wor Thoy may bo found at the court house hlB oatt0 m) hoises this winter t ntmo Is Imported annually by tho r ' tho world to come back into ,Il00 , ..i:,IBtc. p0,co." voiced by liolp. from tho wiir zone ai'o many,
This worth) work Is being carried on
under the auspices of tho American
Committee for de tstaled Franco and
It Is- believed thai the city's quota,
which is $270 will br raised without
difficulty. Although tho call.i for
"viuiiii nniiiiit I..-., i- ... .
"cow in i, "' B,H """,e "r tho Hotel Hall.
h wh?h "-'""Hloiw from the,
roi'ld. J-. !'0"Kr"8S H "POCloU lo MdtfT SHII-T STARTS
ltin. l n4rli0B0 very soon
i-k,", 'i iiAiru session
""last ciiiiuriMH iim ...t..i . .
'""oaio J7nn mm nn ...
'""""" mr uuprovu-
AT I'KLICAX HAY.
"xleiiHloiu, hut tho rno-m.'
Tho night shift ut tho Polio in Hay
Luinbur Company commenced woik
for tho hoii.sou last night.
tho II. St. Gcoigo Bleliop piaco near ( Woat'coast countiles of South Amer- circuiuiion titey win ue wining. I am rulCK MlnUtot Plchon, Is iccelvlng the, atrlcltcn folks are lu desperato.
Crystal on tho west aide of tho Upper pn, Chile, Peru, Kcuuloi nild Bell- buvo, to buy tho goods mnnufactured no slll)po-t from other sources, Tho straits-and they call on Ame-ica.
Klamiilh Liko, has movod this stock va, nnd tlioro ls to bo un incroaso as li Oiegou. 'litllof appears to be growing that, qw-i whlch.is alono able to assist them to
to the summer rnugo on Buck Island, 80on us .normal conditions aro res tor-1 Alrr. Kly soos tho wondtnful possl- jI1K to BW problems and deelopment a polnt.whoro they can again bo self
A. Wlcksliom has beeu busy moving 0,i. bllltles of Klivmuth Falls. Sho thinks 0r differences In opinion regarding attstiilnhi-. Tho bonds aio b iiten
Ho lnw also moved somo of Georco
Grizxlus' stocl; to Baro Island.
tho futmo. brightur for this nut tho old ones, signing of pou-o by Kas- out in a uni(tie form and aro issued
VhnU tho mutter with starting a of tho state than any she has visited. ' Ur Sunday, April 20, U out ot tho to "Clmugo no man's land into somo
furniture factory nt Klamath Fulls? "What you nood hero,"
sho says, "Is q-mstlon.
I man's homo."