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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1919)
Of KLAMATH COUNTY
OF KLAMATH FALLS
"lilrtecnthYcnr Not3 591
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1919
Price, 5 cents
SLij? iiupnmg Mrrald
Nation Afflicted by Numer
ous Troublct j
Mrikrrt llrpir(eil'(o H' I'omomIiiii
of IHk Krupp '" ItiilMnlrlr it!
mw CJirtt-rimiriil Trimw Mw
In Tlirrr I'olltttnl Klluiillmi l(
(ironing Jlof HirrfllriiliiK. j
I'AIIIK. April 1' At the Intent es
.1... .. Hi.. c.TiniM Cabinet Council,
Ibfllortrntncnl considered the possi
bility of ranking nn upponl to the Al-
llnl irmlM l imilnUln order In Gor- j
Blur In the Interest of nil the Kuril.,
kid nation", ntcorilliiK to Zurich
........... !,... 1..-II II f..-4
leoly four hours behind It the llnv
irlin Council (iovernmunt uppeirs
In. .bio to i,e Itself upon the
lWfcMM"r..-. .M-il .. uU ,5l.llinll). , ,1,,,. ,,, ,.rl, ,,
lotrramrnt troops are mussing n ,.,., ,lf ,l0fl,t. here and the
liKn brrc siolll.lon occurred be.j rllH((lllt). . ,., ( M (.)mlly
t,Mn IhP .trlkors and the Christian A(.rl,lllllrM tH) ,. TUnmM
orkr ercnnl-ntlon 1 ...,,,,
Jlrmbr. of 11.1. i.rganl.atlo,, de.'"1 ' ' J'"' ,,f "'" '"'1--1
lire to rontlntio nl their employment service shows (Jut hnivy Inroads
boi have been preenled from lining hm lienn nuuln Into the ranks of
. Tho .trlkers sre declnred by u the enemy One hundred and twenty
ratlin illipitrh to bnve occupied tho one who went whistling "over the
tlj Krupp Munition plant. j top" yesterday morning turned up
, their toes In "no 111:1ns land" before
Ut'NICII April .- Willi another reaching the shelter of the 'trenthes.'
country The general political sltui... f)r ,() , ,,,,, ()f , Khhi,. ,
tlonl. more ll.reatenlnk thnii ever , u, ,,, ,,,, , Kr(M1Ill
' 'sunlrrels which are rnpldlj beiotuliig
.a..,. . - such a tremendous snudlcnp to the
I.6N1.0N. A ...--The War of. .., f ,.,,, Vmmy .,.
flu hti IihmI nu urgent appeal for ollH brought iibout by these small
Toltintrcrs for 1 ellef forces for North. ' pesls In absolutely iinbellevnble, but
ttn lluitla. The men must bo tr.iln. It has been prowd by the (iiaullty of
ti soldiers ntut eiillstmentH are ask- food actually found In the digestive
k) fr a year or less ns may bo r- organs of these pests. Unit one
''rl' 'sUlrrel w eat betueeu two and a
' half and three dollirs worth of grass
IlKIII.IN. April 3 - The rJllro.nl nr gialti each season
mplojecs thriMl to add to fJermniiy's The ridding of this pest Is one of
nny troubles h striking htniight a the things lint Agent Thoninn has
brp rwply from the gmernmont de tackled llrsl on coming to the Conn
Downing sucli nu nrllon ns a "crime ty mid the results are certainly grntl
toward the nlmlo people fyg. so far.
NWIII.V Itll.l.lo.V lll'SHIXS,
IHKATr-ST ('HOP IX IIISTOItV
8 I'lir.KKTLI) roil TIIIH FAM,.
WAHIIINtiTON, i). (., April 8.
The '"Wt nop of wlnlur wheat
ev srown, H forensted for this
'"r b)f thl' 'lepuriinent of agriculture
,, lcn llMl, Ms esllmates on contll-
"u" r"l of Api II. The
mo1" yield of 8:17.000.011ft li
mou yield or KllT.ooo.OOO bushels
' Utioiinii-ii wiilih t thn irnviirn.
"nu Riinninteed nvu of two dob
"mi Uenty-slx cenl.s a bushel
fWn "ll' vle "t $1.8111.(120,000.
PLAXH AMI CLUII.
,r'OI'r,'AN'". April .8 With 30
th.1.1 "J,"'K n,nnlr returned to
"' homes in Pnrilm.,1 ,,,,,1 u,i.k ..
number of iin.i . '
""Me do , ,, ,ni ' "'.TiioHiliiy, according to dispatches re-
ronau, Is " 7""rrC"" celved hero today.
cfcronc0 Ihih j,,t ,,oen' called n'o ro"ort,," ,() huvo ,,00,l l,,k" tr"m U,
TIoP Interest in ii,. .... various depots.
Jh "" IIK'IUIIIUHI,
Roae p ro",,nl,,0 f tho Victory
initiative Ul """orllltlon UiMn lll
announced by Milton it. Klop
rillfl li nf II,.. r ,..- .....
I . . " ii'iniiiiuoo, mill vi"i " " - -
bm niuu,l"K U consider tho'itngo nml Hereon, passed nwny nt his
Oreton i'""iient aoro club In
th. V ,. ,t0 '"' "u tills ovoiiIiib nt
n peiniiinont aoro club In
7 "",uur "f C'ommorco,
FORMER KLAMATH I
News of tin' death of Mm. .1. II
HIiiin ill her Ihiiiiii In WimiiIIiiiiiI Cnll
(di nlii on Hilurdiiy. Miurh 2!lh In
KlW'ii In Hi" Winter (Yiiln Count) I
1'rt'XN or April tth
Mm. HIiiin wiik well known In
Klninilli County by Hut dlit ilmii.mK
iin him h'nIiIimI here fur ninny years
Hlm wii married m Mr HIiiin nl Ciiihh
Valley. California, In I SSI She
lent en four children, linn of whom,
Wlllliiu Hliim. In mill resident of
IliU nimily Tin- funeral wits hold on
tli" tiny following tier ilcntli mill her
K'liiuliiH were Interred In the Win
i:rn:rnvi: work iikim; imixk
WAS SHOWN YICTKIIDAY AT
i:.i:ll itAM'ii xi:.n city,
remedy is cheap
Hie nriuUllfp inly lmr Imtii hIkii-
and the workers believe that this Is
less than one fifth of the number
which really "died In iictlon." The
, mentioned does not re
The men are using poisoned outs,
acconllng to a foriuuli which gets
'ii maximum results nt n minimum
I Vesterday morning a mixture, the
total cost of which was $1.35 iw
scittered around the punt lire of the
W. C. Knell ranch three miles from
the city which had been almost ruin
ed by the squirrels. At thrije o'clock
theie were picked up one hundred
and twenty one animals, one hundred
and ten of which were females who
would Iiiino produred nn average of
eight young, In a very short time.
Figuring at the into of damage which
each unlmal Is supposed to do this
would he a total of $2, MM) without
counting the vast number which
reached their holes before they died.
Januvt Kznll, who Is covering his
fields with this remedy, declares he
has no doubt but that the MgurcH
,,. iiuitrliilli'i, It ullllll 111 iiImii lie
mentioned (hut the poisoned oats are
,lolK I'1" ol" "o '"'irses, cattle
,"1'1 hl"'M ,,r" I1"-"!""-'"' without dang-
er to tho latter.
ItCI) CIIOSS IlKPOTK HAIDKI)
PAUIS, April Sl
ot the American
-The storago sheds
led Cross wore
among the food depots pillaged by
,tho armed crowds In Niiremburg on
WKLL KNOWN ACTOH IHUS
NKW YOIIK, April 0. Sidney
tl.nw n wnll Iriinu'll niltnl nil tllfi .
homo hero today. Ills death was duo
to uremlii from iiuphrltls,
years ot ago.
Ho was 04
LONDON. April 9 Tim ImliiNlrliil
iilil which has throjtcned Great
III Haiti for inonOiK was believed lo
j Iiiivii In in hiici i-KHfutly averted by
I Hi" program iiKri'fil on lute Krliliiy
'nl ii Joint t iIIiik nf workers nml om-
j iilnyi'tH' loprescntutivcft.
I Tit I m piogram, bused on tint report
of lit" committee iippolntinl nt tin- In-
dustlliil congress flV weeks ago,
lormatlon of a 1111ll011.il Industrial
roiiiicll, 8 hour week for nil Indus
trials, universal minimum wage, pro
vision for malntennnre of tho unem
ployed, raining the ago for .-lilld
III KINKHS COMMISSION
leaves roii Mexico.
CHICAGO. April n The first Am
erican business commission to visit
Mr I co In the last four )ears has!
left Chicago, The commission If com-,
posed chiefly of members of the Chl-
iiil'ii AKHiirliitliiii nf ('(immnrci but
inner imsiness in.-ii 1.1 inn iiiiiiiiiu
west will In; picked up at St. L011I1
nml elsewhere en route Klghty men
will be In the party by the time it
reurhes the border.
The object of the commission Is to
renew business relntlons with Mexico,
with the particular object of creat
ing trade for Mississippi valley busi
Two weeks will be consumed by
the commission In Us tour and the
cltlen of Laredo, Monterey, Vera
Cruz, Mexico City and Tnmplco will
LAST I.IIIKItTV M).N WILL PltOII.
aiilv 111: roil iivi: iiilliox,
iMn.iaits. coi'xtv i.i:.m:its i
auk (ii-rrrixc hkahv I
That tho coming Victory Liberty
I .on n raiupjlgn which will
launched on April 21st. will probably ,
be for five billion dollars, is the
mmnrcment made today by County
Chairman A. It. Kpperson.
Mr Kppeison Indicates that there
TWO ISSUES OF !
may be two Issues of tho bonds, ono,., .-., n.m .1.... 1,.. ....i.i
drawing three and three quarters !cr '
cent Interest nnd to bo exempt from ,
taxation and tho other drawing four)
mil three quniters per cent, but tax -
InillMdual quotas win do esiauiisn-i
ed as In tho previous campaigns, niU,IOlo and It will be part of the work
no quota has been Indicated for tho'of t(( executive committee to uilso
County as yet.
The campaign headqunrters arc to
bo at Itoom 208 In Iho Wllllt-s build
ing. A. M. Collier Is to hnvo charge
of the Mamatli rails precincts nun .
Miss Ida Momyer nf the county pre-
clncts outside of Klamath Falls.
FACING CHARGES '
TACOMA, April 9. I'rosivutlnj? (
"- " ! i
Attorney Askern has filed Informa
Hon In the Suproino Court charging
nine leaders In the sale of tigs for
thn Soldiers nnd Sailors Workers
Council, with criminal acts punish
able by n yeir.s Imprisonment nnd a
,flno of $1,000. Tho men Include
Stove llurk, secretary and treasurer
of the Council, J. L. Johns of Seattle
an unofficial of tho organization and
Paddy Morris, a radical leader of T.i
conia, The men are nil at liberty on
bonds of $750 each.
VISITS POK VAI.LKV.
County School Superintendent,
Kdnn Wells and Industrial Club
Leader, Frank Sexton loft this morn
ing for Poo VHlley, whoro thoy ox
nnrt in orcjnlzo Industiiul Clubs In
MOVK TO IU.VCII KOll SUMMER.
15, L. Klllott nnd family are moving
today to their ranch In the Mnlln see.
tlon whoro thoy wilt remain for tho
MATTERS TO BE
Move to Complete Raising
$30,000 IS NEEDED NOW
('oiifcrenic Willi Cll) Onii IhN and . (i.KMK.VCKAU ASKED
I'roinliient .Men Held IjiM Xlglit at T( SAVE ASSAILANT.
While Pclln,., H.,1.1 Excculltoj ,.AUS. April 9.-Preiiiler Clemen-Coiniiiltd'i-
In Clinrgc of Ciiiinli't-U"au has been askcil to plead with
lug (Itj's Contriiit.
Last night there as held at the
VVMill,. P,.lli-t,n ll.,i,l f-nnfn,,,,,,,,, 4,i,J
I " 1
iw 0011 a numbur of clllieils and K0I1.
erl K Strnhorn, the object being to
map out a program for future action
looking toward the completion or the
line to Sprague river, the .securing of
tr,;i facilities In this city mid the
preparation 01 puns to nil 30 the mon
ey neicssar) to accomplish tlief.0
ends. Those presents woie. Mil) or
Struble. Coiincllmcn (larlch and Lee,
City Attorney Carnahan. O. 1). Burke. .
J. W. Siemens. Leslie llogers. It K. j
Smith. A A Ilellnnn. A. J Voye. 1
M S. West, C. W. Kberleln, H N
Mop, Percy Kvnns, K. K. Strahorn .
and his attorney, II C. (Sroesbeck I
After an extenshe discussion of
all phnscij of the situation It was de-i
elded that Mr. Strahorn should select
n committee of fle men, whose duty
It shall be to appoint an executive!
committee The latter shall have
charge of the task of raising the bal-i
ance of the fund for the purchase of 1
the tcrmlnal'slte and the securing of
the rest of the right of way from
Dairy to Sprague river.
A meeting will bo held nt the
I White Pelican tomorrow night at
I which Mr. Strahorn will announce
1 the names of those he has selected.
! When the question of funds for
I the terminal .site was before the pub-
He last. It was estimated that It
would require from 50.000 to $7.",-
mi-'"". '' i'"" muennito angle res 11 11
.'eil In many difficulties. To ot ermine
.... .. ... , ,. .., ..
huh mibiiicie my. oiiiinurn was ru-
niiesm.1 n ..,... .. .inftnti.. ..... ).t
wnl... ,, .,. rnlliri11,lltl, .nn(1 hn
B,n,y n ovcr ,ul f,K1.e n,,c(lc.(1 to
gccun, thc IlprC!,b.,ry Krmlmi.
Afrrdn(. , lllo ,,,.., presented
,nst pveI,K u ul ro(1ro ;,1)mit
J30.000 In addition to tint now .sub-
sl.,.ll)(.tl (o mlk() ,)u ,-l0,o0O avall-
The question of the transfer of the
line to Mr. Strahorn wiis also dis
cussed ami the conclusion was leac'i-
0(1 ,mil t0 ,Io h0 0Kauy special olec.
ton will be necessary. Mr. Strahorn
stated that to enable him to raise the
money required to uimplete the lino
from Daily to Spraguo river, ho will
have to hue taimlble assurances
that thu road will bo transferred to
him' when hu completes It to thu lat-
. . .. , i
1 mi u 1 11 unit II U i In DM' Plllllini llil it
stockholder, It will be necessary to
devise Some other class of collateral
Interest In the line that will bear Its
proportionate relation to tho whole
of the cjpltul stock and earnings nnd
yet not create n lien that will have
priority over any mortgages given
for bonds nor hnvo a greater valuo ,
than tho Investment of other stock
holders. This presents n legal phase
that Is sure to cause no 11 1 1 to diffi
culty nml must bo threnshed out be1
tween the nttorueys of the railroad
niul the city.
XKW WOKKIXli AOHKKMK.NT,
doclnro thoy found on Horry M.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 9. Tho . Wicks of Portland who is under nr
Iron trades council hero roprosontlng rest here on u charge of disloyalty
fifty thousand workers In the
bay region, rejected tho now working
ngrcomont for the Pnclflc Coast
Shipyards which wns drawn up at tho
recent Washington conference.
Tho oxocutlvo Committee has boon
Instructed to dtaw up a now ngroo-
ment to bo submitted to thu shipyard
, RAE AND ARNOLD
, ENLARGE BUSINESS
Steadily Increasing business since
tho advent of the Itae ft Arnold chill
parlors at Sixth and Klamath aliout
one month ago. has necessitated find-
lug more ample accomodations, and
tin- enterprising proprietors have
therefor" made arrangement to re-
i iiiiivu in mi cany iiaiu 10 Liirj room on
Seventh Hired, between Klamath and
Main, formerly occupied by tho Went-
erti I'nlon Telegraph company, where
tlmy will handle a full line of dell-
'cnlesscn, Spanish dishes, and noodles,
and where fishermen's lunches will
lb" put up. I
President I'olncarc for commutation
1 .' the death sentence of Km lie Cottln
I the .wiung ainrcblst wlio shot the
I premier hebriiiiry 1U. The request
I UM. 11, ,,,!,. l r'nllln'a li.wvor fVitlln
lias renounced his appeal for a new
Dl.s.SOI.VHD AlltrilAKT IIOAItl).
WASHINGTON. April 8. Hiving
"aitoinplUhod the Important pur
pose for which It was created," the
nlrciaft board of the t'nlted States
has been dlssohed by executive order
of President Wilson.
The board vlr- ,
ttinlly suspended activities immedi
ately following the signing of the
OCAL WO.MKX WILL OKT UK
IIIMi MOVK TO PUSH STATK
PltOIJL'CTS. LUXCHKOX GIVKX
That the women of Klamath Falls
will get behind the move of the As
toclateil Industries of Oregon to
boo.st the tibo of Oregon made goods
j In pteference to outside products was
'"'" "l '"nriicon jeMeruay -t
ine ilex iaie. wnicn was given 10 a
number of prominent ladles by Mrs
Ilenjamin C. Kly of Portland, field
worker for the Associated Inditstiles
of Oregon, w ho Is here In the Inter
est of this moo. This work whlcn
Is believed to be of tho most worthy
natuie, required no financial obliga
tion of any kind, the moral support
being all that is asked and It Is be
lloxed that strong support will be giv
en to this district.
Mrs. Kly Is speaking in the various
schools of the city In regard to this
Those present at the luncheon yes
terday wero members of the new
Wonians' Improvement Club and In-
j Mrs Ilnllie Jacobs, Mrs, Clias. W.
! Kberleln, Mrs. J. K. lirntton, Mrs. S.
K. Martin, Mrs. C. V. Fisher. Mrs. K.
I P. l.awien'ce. Mrs. Carey M.- ltamsby,
i Mrs. II. N. Moe. Anna L. Wlnnek.
csMl.AI. IIKI.lKVKl) TO IIAVK
iu:i:x ixvoLvi'.n ix axahcii-
lSTIH ACTS IS APPUKIIKXr.KI)
SPOKANK. April 9. Tho police '
have published a letter which they
and for a violation of tho Mann Act.
Tho lottor refers to a meeting of the
C. C, C. tho same Initials which woro
signed to threatening letters" recolv-
ed by Governor Stephens of Callfor
nla before tho Executive lnaiulon was
damaged by bombs
Wicks wits' tho organizer of the
Portland Soviet of radicals,
HAS BEEN MEN
McNARY FLIES OVER
WASHINGTON, April 8. "Fine;
,"0t,"ng P,K J""1 "Uo tl,Bt". . mM
Senator McNary at Dolling field, ng
he climbed from the nrlplane In
which he made a V, minute flight
oxer Washington. "Hut I don't want
to make a trip every dny," ho added,
admitting that he had a scared son-
nuiiun wnen lie iookco upon wiu tit
spread out below. The flight took, the
senator over the capital.' Weather
conditions were nearly Ideal. His pll-
ot wan Lieutenant Al Patterson. Mc-
'"' ' much Interested In air service
'""I problems of aerial activity which
will soon come before congress.
Ol'AltHKI.IXC AMOX(i I.KADKIIS
OK XKW SOVIKT (HIVKUXMKXT
AMIKAIIV IX I'KOfillKSS
IIKRLIN, April S. Dissensions
have already arisen among the found
ers of the Soviet government In Jlav.
, , int.nifi tn nt t.i-
has been proclaimed at Munich.
It Is reported that the communists!
there have- decided they will not col
laborate with the majority socialists
and have demanded the removal of
the socialists from the new- govern-
ment 'which they wish to consist of
communists and independent social
ists. BCUAPKST, April 9. The forces
commanded by Simon Pctura. a peas
ant leader in the Ukraine, are now
said to be menacing Kiev and to be
within a few miles of the city.
COPKNHAGKN, April 9. Herr
Landsburg, the minister of Justice
of the German government, who was
arrested yesterday at 'Magdeburg, by
members or the regiment stationed
there, was later released at Helm
sted, dispatches say, and as a result
of his arrest, a state of siege has
been declared at Magdeurg and
troops sent to bring those respon
sible to Justice.
YOCXO LADY KAISKI) HKUK XOW
KIXKST SIXKKIt IX LOS AXG.
KliKS. WILL CONTINUE STUD
IKS IN XKW YOIIK
Announcements of the prcsentn
tlpn of Mrs. Vera Crisler Berryhlll
of Los Angeles by her instructor. I
Theophllus Fitz In a song recital on'
April 21st. have heen received in this
The spectacular rise of Mrs. Berry-
hill. dniiEhter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Crisler, in musical circles is well
known by many here where she spent
most of her early life. She Is now
cpneeded to be one of the most tnl
onted oi-allsts, If not the most tal
ented in Los Angeles, and following
her lecltnl there will go to Now York
City to continue her work. Mrs. Ber
ryhlll was u pupil ot Ms. A. J. Voyo
of this city, who realized her possi
bilities and urged her to develop her
ALLIES EVACUATE ODESSA
PARIS, April 9. Tho evacuation
ot the Black Sea port ot Odessa by
tho Allied forces Is ofllcinlly confirm
ed hero today.
RALPH HURN ON WAY HOME
Mrs. George Hum has received a
cablegram from her son Ralph, who
has been in the 162d Hospital corps,
to tho effoct that ho has Balled for
HAS IDE GOOD
S 01ELS TO
All Parts of County Infected
Must Get Busy
NEW STATUTE PASSED
County Court Kmlorw Tannage nf
Xuli-llciiilcnt IiiiiN, an Well an
Itcccnt Iiv, anil Will See-That
tlic Otlicnt, Are Clcaritl of IKwtrWc
Destruction of ground squirrels
which have become such a pest In
this district. Is no longer simply re
commended to the farmers of the
county, but has become compulsory
following the passage of a state sta
tute and ratification Just made by
the County -Court of Klamath Coun
ty. According to the new regulations,
entire communities can be rid of
these pests ns It provides for tho
means of extermination on tho non-
resident lands as well as these that
are occupied and developed.
A large amount of the mixed pots,
on has now been prepared by tho
County Agent and is available to
j the farmers and it is hoped that they
will make use of It during the next
few days when the best results can
be secured. It ,is also expected that
the poison will be made available at
central points In the county, where
the residents can secure it without
coming to the city.
To aid this move the County Court
has. set aside the sum of five hund
red dollars from the Rabbit Bounty
fund as a revolving fund to be paid
out for the securing of poison and
which will be later returned when
the farmers have purchased it.
MKKTIXC HKL1) SUNDAY' 1UI1XGS
OUT LAKG'K UK I'll KSKXTATION
KIIOM THAT SUCTION. llOND
1NC5 MKASlltK SUPPOftTED
A most, interesting event was the
good roads meeting held Sunday und.
er the auspices of the Klamath Cood
Roads Association at the Malin Hall
In Mulin, and those who attended
from this city were greatly impress-
I ed by tho enthusiasm toward tjie
good road movement, manifested by
tlle reslllents of that sectlon.
About n hundred were present at
the gathering which was featured by
talks from W. C. Dalton, Attorney
n- c. Oroesbeck, K. L. Elliott, W. T.
Le. A. Knllna, Wilson S. Wiley and
- It was evident bu the stand taken
by the people thero that the Malln
district will heartily support the
move Tor bonding tho County for bet
ter highways, when the matter Is
brought up for a voto.
This Is about tho last day that any
money will bo saved In Klamath
Fulls because beginning tomorrow
evening it Is nil going to be spent at
the Elks WtMteru Nights which aro
to bo staged at tho KlUs Temple.
There, Is going to be something
doing every mlnuto on these big
evenings, tortuous are going to be
made nnd lost, tho Wall street plunk
ors aro going to look like a lot of
pikers and tho dancing and the cos
tumes are going to bo groat. Every
body Is going to bo thoro so lay your
H T N