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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1919)
(ftijp fEuptttng Herald
Op KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
nth Year No. 3 590
mill 1 1 1 h 1 111. 11 1 r
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1919
Price, 5 cento
TWO MORE KLAMATH
BOYS HOME AGAIN
FOR WESTERN NIGHTS
Ami whatever else jo.i do don't
Municipal Line to Dairy to
Be Ready Soon
l.mi U (1 IIiiiikIiiixI mill Everett Mr-
Cullou. arrived lust nlKM from Camp' f,,,.t ,,, ulK ,, w,i..n. ni0i
, Low In. whum limy hail received their .,,,, . , , .
I .. , , ' wi'lcli nre lo be rIvimi hero the r 1
iiincnnrKen irciiu hip nriliy, liner two,
years' duty, with sixteen month. In ' ''','.'" ' ,nlt":H "r ,hl" v"'vl ,lt ,lln
foreign ncrvlm In the aviation hrnnclt. ..." ,,""pI
n. u ...... 1...1 1... 11 1 ''re li no other place In th Unit-
" ..!! IIVllfltl l UJ II,-
land'n mother. Mm, Nut" ()t Ixrtit-ln. I
who Imil gone to Portland to inert
Imr buy; Mr itml Mrs Hod HIoiiii und
nun Junior, who Imve been spending'
the. winter In rorllund; Mm W II.
i Mules wlii.n. )ou will tin xlilo to
ipentl no miirli for no rluull mi ml lay
('( nun Unmet with tl.n Kinmnth
I'.'IIn girls, whli li nru vortli lit cast
$200 of niiy man's money nt liny
uiduujjium u i
REQUESTED ON .
, GERMANY SAID
AUGUST 6TH DATE SET 0U(,r,
11111 urn rfitntF (n In nvtillnMn (
Knrle mill Jurk Aldre.l Denver. tl' t. low ,.rl( of $100.
Inltnr tlu grandson of Mr him! Mm tin, li,-l,.f,,iirr v,.n,iri,ni n.i
jtailruml llullder Offer " "l""
Hit Kriirlii Tlitw f NUtr
llwclr l' '' Alifnil Wlirn ll
I'nntrnllnn line hi AuguM X
Morgan expenditures look like thlr
jlv cents along rtlilit of tlio Klnm.ith J
( Fall i;il(H and their friends .hi ilicfi
, orriisloiia Tim old tlnitM cf I tin
frontier clny.s will luj liroiiKl.t tiiclc
I llh nil their picturesque coat uiifi ,
with nothing omitted lint tln l:ai.
Ill-Ill. KMI tll.iun rlnlnj In l-rtii ilit.l I
' . i
J ihii.dim; wii.i, 111:
thixxest in world.
I'lliril, Switzerland. April 8 -Germany
Ik not n Socialistic republic,
because the majority of the people
are not KodallHt.M. liit Germany Ih n
progressive rrpiihllt because the mn.
Jorlty of the people desire a strongly
progressive- policy, President Klicrt
1 1 'iiioted an saying In a statement
, to a correspondent of a Paris news-
Vicwa of Farmers Wanted i' J i'" whose interview ha, been trlc-
"The position of things In Germany
Is very serious," the (Jernian presl-
! dent added. "We aie fared with all
TWO UNITS INVOLVED ,lm,H "' difficult!". Our Industrial
I life has rollopsed completely
on Important Issues
Wider User- Iliac A-hiil ll p.irliiiint cover her bilance. The numlicr of lin-
'employed Increases niueaslnKly,
of Interior for l)r,.l.,Ke fonlriirt wh,ch , . mogt ra,e of
for Scriiml mill Tlilnl 1'iilln l'ro-1 political URitntlons.
i L .,,..,......,. .
I AiinouKn many uiiiiL-iiuies uuvu
heen created for ns In the struggle
GOETZ HELD FOR
John fioetz, the (Sorman who Jumii
cd In and Interrupt!!'! the meeting
which 11. F Irvine of Portland was
addressing In behalf of the coming
V'ctory I.onn, a week ngo laBt Suii
d.i ', Is to he held here awaiting the
ar'hal of federal officer from Port
land, according to Instructions rs-
reived at the Sheriff's office.
The speaker was nxplalnlns tlia
tionomlc situation In flermany when
' Ooeu who has reside'! on a farm In
this vicinity for some time, ran to
the pulpit and began to remonstrate
'and gesticulate wildly. If- was
promptly taken out by a group of
men and nlaced In thn Jail here. VI
BUSINESS M N
Ject MiimiKi'r .Veitcll Want1. IHmuh-
ftlim bj Water I'm-p.
Ttil the Kl-malh Falls Mn".lpal , ,OUMKU rou" Willi HAS lli:i:. (
'4l'ioa to llal-i will he fornnl'.v
dJlcted on llui ocranlnn of the Klks (
Cwrtntlou liuro AiiKiist IStli and
tbit iprcUl oxriirtlnn wl'.l bi riln
to Dairy lor Hie benefit of the Nt
tcnmdlwil public was leiil.ulvcl)
MM l thn mcMlnK of Km Clly
CoumII UiI nlglit when Hubert B.
Slraborn. tin builder offered to con.
dctlbl lthnut expemm to thn city.
1IU offer was quickly accepted, nnd
Ibo city lll co-npornte wuii tun r.lks -
IaIm In arrsiiKlnK thn drttUls. It ''" .".
The Directors of the Khmath
flllCACn Al.rll n Tl... i, i.. ..... t
IX SKHVICi: IS W.INTI.H IIAIK , .... . . . ,. , , ' . Drainage District at the meeting here
bulldlliK In the world Is to be creeled i
OX KAIVI.TV. TWO OIIIBIt'"" Mlililgnn boi(tevar.l hore. Tll KnturJay afternoon took up the nues-
i building will be 130 feel wide nnd tlon of drainage of the recond and
TKACHKIIS ..MKI ! only feet deep. It will bo erected by thin! units of the Klamath 1'iojcct
Walter F Chandler and will be noth-' v;i, Mr Xuw,.!, the new manager
! lug more than a huge show window,
Uculniiuit UrorK C. llltrglns, the entire spare being dcwitcd to
tormerly rmrh nnd in.trurior In tlio the displaying of merchandise, with
; ngllsh Depurtuunt ul Hie Klamath spectacular lighting effects.
County High Hrliool, who gae t
against bolshexlsm we continue to do
our duty and combat It."
1 SOLDIER'S LAST EVE
till probably be as big an ewmt as f
the Unnchlng of the Htrnhorn lines
ttrtJuly 3il, 191 T
Mr. Striliorn was naked by Mayor
tliU position to enter rr.e Military
service at the outbreak of the vnr,
i was yesterday again ilecled to thli
nt a meeting of the High
IBrhool llonrd with the sninx raise of
POST ROADS IN
The regular meeting of the Worn
aus' Relief Corps here last evening
was featured by a programme In
honor of Orand Army Day. A piano
solo by .Mrs. Fred Cofer. reading by
Miss Mildred Ilurke and Mrs. Hose
The following resolution pawed by, Souc r.ltton an(, a solo ny MUs
tie Hoard of Directors of the Klam-, Verdl Cozad wero Rrea(ly a,))recIat.
nth Water I'sers Association was re- a by tho,c aUcndlng.
. fcrred to me: , .
and he submitted the following state
ment on the subject
XKKI OF OCCl'I'ATIO.V TAX AS
I'HOTKCTIOX AGAINST I'KDD
I.KKS IMMCATKD IIV HUSIXKSS
Bolsheviki Getting Huge
Grip on Nation
NEW REPUBLICS NOW
Munich Center of Ketoliition in ttu
rnrln Smrt:icaiit Sweeping Hum
fiurff Section Connection With
Itivmlnn mill Hungarian XuUons
Hils Itccn Antioiincrd.
Slrutlf to ) n word rcgnrilliiR the;
salary to which he would linn been
enlllli'd, had he remained In the
rliool. Iluggliia wn.i ,i very popular
man hern ami Ills return to the fac-
future cnniluctlou and he ci ponded
tllhubort tilk In which he made It
DMttlrar that lie n prepared now
lojoihrnd with bis line to the north '
it any (Imr, the city completed the '
trtmi of (lie original agreement.
TMiaouM Intludn among other nut..
lr (be raniplt'tlon of the terminal
be noted with grntlfl-
. c.itlon by nil He w( receive n
I salary of IH0.00 per mcmll-. i
Miss Mable Mears. wlio wa.i a'xo '
formerly connected with !h facility
here, wns elected as Inittuctor ri '
the Home Bconomlra Depuitmeut m ,
n salary of fl4!i. Miss l.ucllii Dnls,
i.irrri:it iho.m commissioxku
IKKITII STATUS THAT COMMIS
SION KM'ttfTS TO CO-OFKHATK
"Vestonlaj there was handed mc
cop of letter of November 22, 191S.'
nddre.ised to Mr .1. II. Bend, Project (
Manager, containing u copy of rcsol-,
ullon of the Hoard of Directors of!
the Klamath Water I'sers Assocla-j
tion, dited November 20, 1918, as
"He It resolved by He Hoard of I
Directors of the Klamath Water U-j
ers Association, that suitable action
be tuken by the Department of the , avotiikii mii.h nv strekt im.
NOW IN SIGHT
Interior to the end that a drainage
lite fund and the right of way to
'of Portland, wns named l flit ihe
contract bu as speedily it possible
consummated whereby the lands ly
'lug within the Second and Third Un
its of the Klamath Project may lie
' adequately drained "
In discussing project milters with
That Highway Commissioner H A. jr IioihI. I gathered It was Mr.
Ilootli nt the next meeting will en- Ilond'a Idea thut while Second unit
PKOVKMKXT IS I'KTITIOXKU
AT CITY COUXCII, .MEKTINO.
ONK STItBKT OPKNK1).
I I .. !... t..ll.iK It.. IiiuiiiI l
- , it t i lirH ill nn r.iifiinii iMiiuitiiiiii uwuiti hi uir ui'i inrvuiih "in vu- ituiitii t--i tuut "'"; .. .. ""
Sprijue River which ha. never been, (,lnr). of l20 pt,r 8 , Ul,vor , ltlVt) , Kamath.l)4lles lands are In need o' drainage. It Is
Up -,. ....... ' replace Mliw l.uclle Marih.ill,
Hr. Straliurn stated Hint hu now. . . ,, .,.,
v.. . . , goes to Hryn Mnr thin next, ear
"J a fine new of workmen on the,
Job and n In tlio best kind of shape
to to ahead niter the strenuous
whit Highway and the road liilinlug east
doubtful If ii majority of the water
Petitions for approximately one
i'sith wllliln NUIU I nit would voce i imii e nine oi oav iiik vi iviamaiii rails
and west an cms the County, consider- ,i.., H!,tlt lonnl Hen which would be' .. . . . . ., ,
uie siiuiiioiiHi iilii niiit.ii numu " streets during the coming sesson
eu im I'lini luiiiin, in cue uenn iiiinu- reiimreu ouiini iniiiin iiu uu dwu.-
handlcsps of tl,., past eighteen
The work on the Municipal Hue
III toon be roiiipleted nnd Ihe city
ibould act busy on this maltnr at
M If the residents w,mt to $o
kd lthout furthei delay
LEAVES FOR FRANCE
ed In a letter Just received by County ?d for the work I gathered further '.ire presented nt the regular meet-
Judge It. II Huune.l Hon, that of. V'l, "i ' l.fcon '"" inB f U'e c,,Jr C0UnC" laSt ,,,Bht '"f
ric-Iiil. iny additional lien. j !.ie! the city nglneer has bei.-. or-
ConinilsHloiiur Ilootli also Mates Until moio careful study has been ,t,, ,,. r,lnm ninnB ,n,i ,v.imi.
Ni:w VOMK. A...II k Secretary th.t H,e Commission wen, on .e.ord g"ni,',;,It'i;an0f .'X se'n-1 hen the necessary preliminary ex.
Hiker. Hugh II. Wallace, of Taenia, as fax.rnble o co-operating with any ' lXlL", Is better poIlsl. money bcen by
the new nmbaM.ulor to Frame and county In the development of Its knon as , 10 lxtcnl tlu,y wish , , i ' ' t . " ,"n
flfinrn memliers of the House. Mill- loads. The amount of these contrlbu- drainage thru some public agoncy. . c interested propert nomers.
lary Affnlrs committee nnd Warren tlons cannot be determined however, ns cllMlngulshed from drainage tl " ,
.. .. i ii iimii rnrii...r inrni-Miniliiiiu in riM-niveil nillvldunl action, no reliable estl- clu
.Pershing, the nlnu year old son of until further Infoimntlons Is ruelved mnU! )f th) pr0,ln,l)p e()s,t CII, ,, ffo
the fionernl loft yesterday on tlio
steimer "l.ovlnthan" for Frnnre.
DECISION BY ENTENTE
from the counties.
The cost of Klumnth ro.ul construe,
tlon will be rather high, according
to the data (nought back by Kuglneor
Karl Wllhyrombe, who has completed
his trip through this section.
LONDON, April 8. The I'kraln-
Wiriuji or ki.amxth fills 'ni"t nrn """K ,0 r,'n" fR1"1''5 ,l,n
I Polai if Hie plebiscite to decide the
WK l'i:sTS op UAILIIOAI) owneishlp of Iho territory now In ills-
I pilte botvveon the two republics Is
OVI.lt ,KV .Prnl.,l iinll.ir llin Knliinlll rillllllll
iirrordlnR to Promlrr llolubovllrh of
West Ukraine. I
frum W11 Ktrpnt tn Surinir fiPMf
in.1. llmtini ni- fnf rtt I ti f nflilu I Iran '
i "Till state VhaV the limit of .JM.end,- wIt" n fort' foot l'avcraent. from
ture In thu proposed contract for Spring Street up the hill to Pacific
dinlnago of the Ankcnv lnndi I' pint- Tf-rrace with n twenty-five foot pave
oil at $20.00 an acre From su-h data ,m.nl whIch wtu thcn e.xtend to Hur-
ns 1 his office has. there is lltllo rous- c,, .,,. , n-.
on to believe that conditions within on strcet and nlonK Huron to Port
tho Socoucl Unit wilt be any inoroi Umd Street. Estimates on oil maca-
favorable for draiuagu thiiu within . dam and blthultic are asked. This Im-
vvill bo a district affiir
WlMlKK ox TU.
Iho Ankeny tract
"llofoio transmitting the resolu
tion to the Depaitment, I should llko
rathor than having tho expense born
by tho abutting property ewners: It
"embers, f u,tl ,,v P0llnc,( lhn
J Attorney, Cty Knglnner and
lll' of Police wero Sl,e.MB of Rob
I'l E ci.-i
i.wu0 "" .:,,,,lay nn ,fl" ofi
,in lo Ualry
, Tb Prty ng
"' to tho
RAID U. S. BORDER
NOOALKR, Arlxnna, April R.--A i
new Miuirlpiv! party of Yaqul Indians on .Sunday j
Lcitwisecl the uouminriPH irom uioi
curried on tho stnte of Honcirn, Mexico Into the Unit
TIOX OF fiAllll.KJK AS IMlOVlll
KD IIV XKW LAW 1IIUXOS UP
some expression of opinion from on will be divided proportionately among
whether or not you believe tho water, the residents of that addition.
Misers In the Second Unit would vote' The improvement of Klghth Street
for nn nddltloual lien for clfilnngo j to Lincoln. Lincoln street from
approximating tho amount which i Kighth to Ninth and Jefferson from
Klghth to Ninth nnd Market Street)
from Sixth StreeT one block jast.
were also petitioned for with oil mac.
lulnm or bttulithlc.
A petition was also heard for I In
...... . . .. .
COLLF.C seems likely lo no piticeu on me aii-
I Ice n y liuiilh. It seems to mo It would
be unwise to prepnio a contract pre-
muturoly and have Jt turned clown by
the landowners ns commonly it Is
An iiiiiivnei'lnd trouble, 111 lellltlon
end of the rails, flitemi ed Htntes and obtained n largo ' ... .i ...,.i.,n.. ,in..nri....i u-nu I
litice of t " wn",,Hl ?or '' nm0l,,,t of nr'"" nm, ninniunltlon. ' mlcatecl nl tho City Council last
orkin m"H to x,nw l,' rork T,1C)' t,10n rocro"8td tho bordor Into ng wIlLn n contiovorsy between I
ttn,b,, nU,0,woh,Kp,l,' Moxl1'0' nwrdliiK to Information rlty (j,jmK0 Collector Hunter nnd
',(,,.. "'" '"''ii taken lo Dairy, , brought hero by Mexican orncers
b,"" ,,m wnl In look-1 . -
tri.. ""nation. All the vI.hI- nUTII (JAHIUKOX TO Itliennoii. picvlous to the crentlon of
H '" "" l,r"ruo .tmi H'riulflc. HI! THIKI) OX MA a. tMn ow department, hncl contracted
- . progress lhat hud boot
iJ " l1'" nmillty of
. 'HO llll dor
Fred U. (Ironnon was presonted. It np-
penicil from tho discussion Hint Mr.
hat hud boon 'for thu collection of garbage from n,
work BKATTLB, April S. Superior number of piivnte cltlnens and eat-
wns congratulated Judge Hoycl J. Tnllman has set May lug houses unci hud paid In ndvanen.
easier to get a contract ratified the; Kradlng and opening of Sewn In
first time than It Is to obtain its np- street from High to Prospect and on
provnl after It has once been defeat-! Piospect to Ninth with a forty foot
Residents along tho Crescent, Can
by and East stroet improvement ap
peared and asked that tho width of
tho strcet on Canby nnd East, which
had been petitioned for ns n twenty
four foot pavement, be reduced to
nn eighteen foot Improvement. A. A.
Del I man, Mrs. J C. Ilrockenbrougfi
nnd J. C, Johnstone, appeared In this
matter for tlio pioporty owners nnd
PAHIS, Apill S. Tho Council of , tho reduction will be made in accord.
,t""etlonUgn',aB. '" lu'e,,lnK the co"- n oh tho date for the, trlnl of Ruth for this garbage) In addition to .-ro- j,,()(r me( ,0(lliy ,u (ll(, ro8,ioncu of an wtth tl10 request.
"moil 0JOl!1,B ,lllr,"K ,ho wnr whon Oarrlson on n chnrgn of murder In vldlng his equipment for hauling It
'idcui.,i B of tllnt "n'lirowas tho flint dogroo, Miss (Inrlion recent, nwny. Undor tho terms of tho new!'
rentier Lloyd Oeorgo of England, i
I Tho request for n permit by Will-
I lam nrunnor to construct a pavilion
- uuonftrt . - w ..,.- - --. ..,.... ...... ...
v.n-. . iv pnnfeMPil tn thn iinlsoniniz of Mrs. ordinance. (Ironnon would have to icsmoni vmihou was uiluho io hu,. skating, dancing Slid
Piity,e. "8 "1" v,8lt "t Dairy the draco B, fitorrs, wlfo of formor Slier- pay a license feq of n thousand dob this morning hut hoped to bo ublo. amusements on Fifth Street JuBt be
'WlUnr'1!0'1 '" ",0 lln,n whoro Iff DotiRlns M, Ston.i, with whom the lira to rontlnuo cntrylng out his con- to attend lator In tho day. low Pine, was held over for Investl-
'touihj i. . -- - "i ' " mi..,..., ......
k" lh ' ,VnH "ovo,, ",, Clarilson girl was Infatuated.
"e 'lniu,..i., . . I
" mcrin; """ " w" n,,n "1
p,rtkenfi vcry ,e"'1y t0
"t,!s!'.f ,!,0,,ro "nk Wllwn le
HACK FHOM SOUTH.
tract with his patrons If Hnntor Dining tho night, the tension In gatlon by tho Council Inst evening.
presses his cUlms, us Is expected, tho Peaco Conference circles had not Somo of tho mombers being of tho
Oionnon assorted that this amounted been dispelled but It was felt that the opinion that tho noise would bo very
Business men of Klamath Falls
are desirous of having an occupation
tax instituted and the Council at the
meeting last evening assured them of
its early adoption providing one that
would be endorsed by the people,
could be submitted to it.
The action has been started as a
protective move against the ltlner
ent peddler, According to Charles
Roberts, who represented the Klam
ath Falls Business Men's Association
in presenting a petition to the Coun
cil. The business men agree to frame
an ordinance which will be satisfac
tory and have the backing of all
City Attorney J. II. Carnahan sug
gested that they could adopt a tax
which would take care of the man
who brings goods around for sale,
but that It had been found almost
impossible to get the one who comes
around, takes orders and distributes
hLs goods later.
eOPCNHACK.V. April S. Demon
strations have occurred In Mui4ch
against the newr revolutionary gov
ernment In Bavaria, dispatches to-
day state, but these have been dis
persed by troops.
Berlin reports Indicate that a poli
tical movement of great Importance
Is imminent in the region of Ham
burg. It is reported that Doctors Hcrz
and Hauffcnburg, the Spartacan
lenders have almost succeeded in
making themselves masters of tho
situation and In converting Hamburg
and the region between Hamburg
and Bromen, into Soviet Republics.
SALEM, April S. Acting on -information
given him by Dr. W. II.
Lytle. state veterinarian, Governor
Olcott has ordered a quarantine
against the importation of sheep Into
Oregon from any other state without
such iheep first being inspected and
passed by either federal or state au
thorities. This quarantine is im posed v the
governors proclamation points out,
us means of protection against scabies
with which sheep in the neighboring
states are reported to be infected.
The only exception is that sheep may
be imported for immediate slaughter.
NUREMBURO, April 8. The pro
clamation of a Soviet Republic at
Munich Is announced In the newspa
pers here today. The people have
received it calmly, but enormous
Under the new regime, a com
plete severance from the old German
imperialism and a resumption of
"brotherly connection" with Russia
and the Hungarian people is announced.-
COPENHAGEN, April S. Herr
Landsberg. minister of Justice in the
National German government has
been arrestee! at Magdeburg, the t-ap-Ital
of Pruitian Saxony, by members
of the regiments stationed there, It
is reported. General Von Klelst, com
manding the Fourth Army and staff
li2s also been taken into custody.
HEAVY LOSS BY
GOOD START ON
XF.AKLV SEVKX THOUSAND 1KL.
LARS RAISED FOR MODERN
CHURCH EDIFICE AT CORNER
OF SIXTH AX I) P1XE
"M thai i. uwn no- nir, ana eirs,. u. u, wagged ru-
lll,t ha " Voly Rnort" tliliiK turned Sunday evening from nn ox-
" tbe even C the l'rty totidod vncutlon trip In Southbrn
"fCMiinV"0'11 ',U KUJ,rU,awsllll J Collfornlii. They icport Iho host kind
'' of n tlmo,
to confiscation, of his property. City session today would servo to clear
Attorney Carnnhnn declared that if tho atmospheie,
Hunter should resort to (lie law ho, Tho first question taken up wns
could without doubt force Grenuon to
discontinue, but advised the council
to Inko no part In the controversy
thut of proreediiro In tho effort to
uccoloiuto work. Colonel House was
on hand to lopnviont the President.
disturbing so close to the Main
The Star Drug Company was given
permit to Install an electric sign In
front of Its building at Fifth nnd
Membors of tho Presbyterian
church are feeling Jubilant over tho
raising of nearly $7,000 at the an
nual mooting of the church last night
for tho construction of tho now
church at the corner of Sixth and
Pine streets. Ah a largo number of
tho supporters wero not in a position
to signify what they would do in the
matter, tho members feel most opti
mistic of raising the funds necessary
to put up the kind of building they
A. M. Collier. Arthur Wilson and
Bert C Thomas were ro-eloctod to
succoed thouisolves as director for
two year terms, and IS. S, Veach waa
selected to fill the vacancy left by W.
I HOUSE IIURXS TO
SI,.-00 WITH SMALL
Fire believed to hao caught from
a boiler yesterda afternoon destroy
ed the slaughter house belonging to
the Klamath Packing County two
miles east of this citv ul an estimated
loss of $4,!i00
The blaze had a big start when it
was discovoied by the men at work
there and there wis no way of check
ing it. It burned entirely to the
ground. The blaze as iliat discov
ered about three deck.
There was $.')0t insurance on tho
structure, Luke Uulker of the Klam
ath Packing - many stated thi3
morning thut the Company planned
to rebuild' at an e.ii' cl.uo, but would
choose another location
The nroceoda of the opoiettn "Am
erica First" glon b' the grudo school
pupils lust eek under tho diroctlon
of Miss Eveljn Applegate. totaled
$320.00 according to a statement
made today, Tho expenses of tho at
fair were $70 leaving a total of f250.
This amount Will be used for tlie
nuirhnsn of a phonograph und re
cords for use In tho public schools.