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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1919)
(sLIjf lEuiminn Herald
OF KLAMATH COUNTY
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OF KLAMATH "FALLS
tri '" V 5
thirteenth YearNo. 3 592
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1919
Price, S ccats
OF B SCHOOL
Agriculturnl Brunch Anxioua
SERVICE OFFERED FREE
uMHlTrt Willi Ii MiiuiIiI lli MiiiIk Ii
,. a .. a
411 ILuiiliir-. I an Hi' Hail Ii) Send-
,111 iwiiii" '
ng In Sample liiilrinii'ii OITi-n-il
Admi-tagc- t ''" IWrnsl
Tot, VWilih lll mt 'I linn phmii')
Tint tin- Agricultural lliiimrtmi'tit
ol tho Klamath Ciiiintv High Ki-IiimiI
Ii nut (inly lin-iruitliiK thi' MtiditntH
In the litrnt approved methods of
mrlculturi' Imi actively iuhIhiIiik
mmy of llu furiiitTh tlii-mni-lw-H In
thrlr murk nmi U lui'pnri'd to kImi
practical mid uilnnhtc aid to nil, Is
t matti-r ulilrh In purlups not Ki'tinr-
ll; knoii. but In iicaitiIii'Ii-hh I rim i
Itiil Mr Itro who lomlucts IliU tin-J
'piftmenl U liupliiK that morn of thn
(irmrrii will taki' mhiinliiKi! of tin-,
I'lutnl ni'i'orlunllli'it i
One hlclil) liiiiinrlmit mutti-r In
the uritu-rM U Hint of si-rd purity I
Mil RcrmliuiUoii Until of thi'Kt' mi) j
be detvimlni'il wltlioiil iharKu If
iiraplc o( tin- mid. nut to cxm-d an
ounce, l miiI In .Mr Iti-cs di'i'lnrrs
It Ii llli'Kul to offer for sulc, nlfalf I
imJ conlnlnhin oer oni- diiddiT m-ml
In ,(100 mid lluit this I'oirolitiiKi' run
only t di-tcriului-d b) can-fill nxnm.
nillon under a Klaus
The tn-d olfered liy deiilern In
Klamath KulU U IivIiik i-xmulnt'd ut
the HIkIi SoIidoI and thn farmer art'
idlcil mil tn Mnd away for It If
thfy do ii-iid for It, however, they
ire lihlaeil In lirliiL- ll In fur llin
Uivc ti-.nt 1
Thellark.mk milk Irst ,, 11,lllr
uultrr which h of vllal Importance
10 ill fnrnu.r. n Im mllli riu r.i.,1 ...II I
tfwm or butler lly mean,, f ,!,!,; Tliclr work wis a si-lendld khii
l.br.lrd method, tho randier .an , .'"'" "' "",,r I'"!""'"'""1 ""'"t
lrn l ut mm r lninrnlt.iu.i K""1'1" ,,,n,,,,,r 1"1,,W"1K M ,,,,,
Juit wlilcli nr hin mm hi-.. innLinr progrnm
Jim profit and those that are mnAm.Uy
fclia back flnsm tally w)i a low grade
vt milk Anyone xendlng In u sain-.
I'jo ot ireiii iiiiik can hive (be per
ci-ni uf Iniiier f,ii detm mined incur
Mr Itn-H wishes lo remind the pub
He thai piitninen shipped from or Into
vollforiil.i iiiimt pass Inspection In
order to riimpl) wlih Hie slate tind
Writ nm KILLLl) ..M l,.l((ll-,
.NtAim.it iN.irni:i ,h i(i:sii,T
OJ'IIK. .VI OHM WHICH HWHHI'H
CM.lt soi Til
"ALLAH, Texas. April 10 Elgin
Wrions were killed In the big tor-
""'i In Vaiun-idi County Tuesday
lgl'l A plum,, im.'H,,K from (,
PO'lmiistei t Wlnnesboio. said It
" holliived lint fifteen persons In!
- nwige were dead, mid that
niny miieiK wen, rtl,Hy injured.
infnrmiitlnii from Mlnool said thai
nM lui.l been killed Intuit It
L ty ","1 ll H I'ullovod Hint over fifty
"e "on killed altogether. '
KlSI-iu: IIOl'H Cl.l'HlKKTH
The Lnlsiiro limn club will bo en-
'Walnoii h..,p ., " '".,.' I
(,.,,. ' i"'iiiwil ill UMiBtlllCtllH! Of Olglll IOOIIIH, UIU lll'l'i""-
ii'Jine Of Mm (1 r l .i.i.' ... ... ... ... nn
fllw Tl 'nillllllK ill linn
ih i. ' lul1 mot ,nBt fitiirday at
,,, ,, . ,, K u, iimh
-"ino or Mrs ThoinnH Hampton.
T,I'H I llti: ox CA1HO MOIL
AlftO. Pi.vi.i a... n , , m !
. --oj',, 4lll III, J rnopu
"" a mob during a domomitrii-,
uiln it nn i... ..!.,,, ... i i ,.i,i,ii,i n nvniv
ii, 'n "llin linn wouuillim.
Wim i lllCrs' Somo imiiaos win o1 pin tlcular. Illds mo now being ro
otonly firod uuon jjy (l0 mo)l dived for tlilu butldttiR.
LABOR DIVIDED I
( Mil AliO, Ailll III IViii-i w.-r.
iiiriitni'il nl ii storm) ini'i'lliiK ' llu
C)il igu IVdi'riillon of I.iiIkpi i r
da) tluil iIMhIoii In llu- riniliN i,' li
v ltirn will lii found whim 11 votn '
Inl i n (in llin propositi In mil i rliil '
In i' flmil nffoit to nliliiln ffiiilnm
fm TIiiiiii in I Moiiniiy, c'allfi-uiln
IiiI'iii li'iiilnr. iiiiivliinl (if iiitiritur In
tin Hun li iiucIm o nni,iri'il,ii hi i,n)
jpainiln limiili cii(iiiii Bm liillxtn
within I Iik fitili'iiilliin iiiiiihkiI union
lilior Ii'ihIith ot opposing ii Moonny
'strlki- mill llin onMnlriitlon'x nfriuirN
roiinli'ti'il Ii) charging tluil Knilallstll
liml tnrni-il ugalimt Moonry
I "It In iIik Km IiiIIkIm UiiiiiihiiIM'H hIiii
havi' turned Tom Moiiih') down." ili
I., i.. i... i.i. i.i I..
i i ( h"iiii if '(, im nin mi ")
.... ., , , . ., . .
.i.., f.,,il,rntliin. In renlv to tln Social
(liliMI jiiiiii I tw Mill li n, M i-muriii ill
t mu-imIxu n i barge "llin I'nlti'd j
Ml"" Wiirlciii of America ar.' a Ho
t lit I In t bund mid tin-) have ordered
,,r , (,, nut In go on tin- gc-ner-'
nl htrlki' Ho hive I he nutlmiiil Iron!
. PLUSES PEOPLE
l I'lls AT sAI IICII III AHT t.
I IINT HI Itl'IIISi: 'llll'llt ,M.N
I'ltlCMts I.N I'IKKiltA.M llsTi:it.
'I hi fllst I ml lent ton of the ap
pioaili of the "uiinliU'lueliient hiihh
on" wan in inlfrKti'd ji'slirdi after
noon, wbi'ii thi' pupil" of HlMer An
noon, wlli'll tile pilills or Hlsler All- '.nleil In tin.
Ki'lllia. .. a most dellKhlf.il recital!'" '"""' '""' J" ""' '" of , , ,
t II... ioM'. of the Sacred Heart j this sacrlflre must R0 in and hnlnnrei Ipnd of l.iuil
Man) of the parlli IpJlitfl in the pio
Kl ii til were mere beKllini'is. and these
iniidn a most remurkablc showing of
proKress. nelf-mHHi.Klon and contiu
erne In their ability to auiilt them-
1-trKi'l) iitti'iidi-d and lliii pri-m-nt
,r,' Hman-d at th,' ablllt) shown mid
the talent lliilluited b) the yoilUK
j our'lloui' Spluiller '
Miss Lucille llerkley i
... ..... ... I. , I
four i.cu inner ivm-m
Miss Until Dixon
Scarf Dance Cliamlnade
ML. Mini,, tliiveHlliirt
On the Lake Kern
Miss Elvira Anderson
Laddie (Vol nl) Troubetskl
Miss Floieurn lUllott
MI.sk Until Dixon
Sleigh Hells Itogors
Miss Chlorine lly .m
Evening Song (Vocal) Kubensleln
Miss I.ik llin Ileckley
Miss Mabel Muiphey
Whisperings of Autumn
Miss Clarice Elliott
Miss Maliel Muipbey
Miss Elizabeth Itamsby
llymn In tho Virgin Mmy
BE BUILT S
MODDItN Hl'NtJAI.OWS FOH KI.A.M.
ATM I'Al.l.s AND VICIMT Alti: ,
TO HE CONSTIH'CTED at eah
MORE MS TO
Paul Limbmt ol the Klamatli Dye
boun rtiniiIelotl by Aichltorl llorbiut
.. , IK,.....i1ixtt
A - 1'0,p" l, "" " """""
iUi cost Of WHICH win no o,nuu
Mr. Pimgo lias also completed tho
plmiH for I ho now homo of County
Agilcultmlst 13. II. Thomas on his
now inopoity icnontly putclinsod
fiom (ho Altimont lunch This build-
i in i. .. ..iv i liiini'iilnu- and
Dig will no tl niA I "w n
will cost In the uolghboihood of :i,-
uuu, ii in in in. ,...-.." .
laul L3in iciit o in . ,hii)i( Mi( n n Yancey. Mrs. Wnl-
Woikslsplannlngtlio is. c cm. i(or ss Nnnno t,Mltin
a now homu In the neat rutiiro on I Mrs. Win llu Ian
his p.npo.ty at Fouith and O.k
Streets. Tho plans which have now KLAMATH MII.IHKIt HKTUK.NS.
Big Meeting April 17th Plan
ned in City
CITY WILL COME THRU
I'n mnitloii fur PnliiK lllll fur Ton
tinned I'reiiloiu Arc (iolni; Alicail
Kapldl) (irniip of Aitlw Work-
en. .Viuueil fur Kliiimitli I'alls.
Trrmi Hurler Than l'ornier I,oiiun.
I'repnrallous for tin- IiIk Victory
Loan l)rlu in Klmniith County arc
inpldl) buliiR completed and ever)
thliiK will Im In ri'iulineKK for the
start on the moruliiK of April IMst ,
A M Collier of the Klrst National
Honk, who has rhaiKc of the pre
cincts of the clly of Klamath Falls
him his array of workers already'
lined up and "rjrln lo ko" and tho
people are not KolliK to bo n I lowed to
lonrliidn that Oil' slKiiltiR of the ar-j
mlstlti- kIm-s any excuse for nttempt
Iiik lo slide out of iu)Iiik the bill
for the lctory which our boys so J
in red at so Mrent a sarrlflro I
The boys tint we sent oersas will '
iiiim1 luck In many cases with an
mm or nn eye iiiUhIiik or a ruined'
I it t tr XtiitiL ilIII iwiI 'ri it in rf nil
III Hi i'MMM "III llllt UIIIU IIIILIX U
.... .... . ,
an ami me ones nmi uac remuineu
the debit side of the ledKor for t'nelp
L.Sam This will be the final Loan, In
Ibe belief of government officials
The locil uimpnlKU will be conduct
ed on miieli tlie same plan as tlie
Inst two Quotas will be nsslKiied to
Individual and they will be expected !
to meet them
The paymimts are going to be eas-
ler than helnie iiboiit double u,e
previous time being allowed for pay-.
A visit from Field Manager Strong
of this dlstilu for Apill 17th Is now .
scheduled at which time a big nice)-!
in.. ,r ,ii ii... .mnmiit...' unrkem l...rn
H planned J
i ii,i ii,,u .i ,.,,i.,ii.!
'"" "-" '"1 i
lee winkers nppoiuted by Mr Collier
for Klamath Falls are as follews: ;
I'reclnit 1 Captain. Geo. Ulrlch.
Mrs IVarl Arnold. Miss Maud Hnld
wln C G Hunt. Chester DeLnp, Geo.
Walton. Frank Armstrong, Fred
lliemer J F Kimball
l'rocliut 2 Captain, W S Slough,
Cluii. I.oomls, llert C, Thomas, R.
It) an I) M. Smith, C. F DeLnp, K.
I'lt'tlmt :i Captain. J K. llratton.
Hairy Ackloy, 1' L. Fountain, J. II,
(ianett, Agnes Lee, Edna Wells,
Product 4 Captain Earl Whit
lock. W. C TcivvtiBend. W. I) Cofor,
Austin Iluydcn. Will Leo. W I). Mill
er. Oscir Shlvo, II K. Stilts, W. It.
Ninth. Alton Sloan.
I'leclnct .1- -Captain C K llrnnd.
....I I II IWIu.,.!! l.,m. I'vnnu
il'llillllK. .' ' " I"' Wl. , V.. J. .... ..w. I , .,
W I' Johnson, . I J. Keller. Mlko seven cenus was the amoiinl awauled
Lavi'iilk the plaintiff In the suit of J. l Sat-
Precinct fi -Captain. W. II Mason, eileo nKitinst Maitln Ilrotheis for
ll) S (irlgsby. . C. Klnibnil. J. W. j, )01 ul,eeia UUo fol. storage of
i.V,r sVianno'n. W?ibt uT ' ' I- .- '"' the defend
Phelps, C E Mlsmark, j onts In their answer to the complaint
Pieclnct T-cnptnin v v. van
Einnn. A A llellmnn, C A Hunting
Win Dolzell. Jack Furbor, J 13. How.
lo, A 3 L)lo, F. It. Olds. Oscar Pey
ton, W E Seohorn, A. L, Wlshaid.
hers. E M CI
Cnptiln J. H. Cham'
hilcote, III J Mattoon,
Piei'lnit !' Captain O. II Melss-
1 1. m. Mm l.niilu A Will. Fi auk Moor.
land, Frank Scbmltz, A. V, Do Larni,
Mis Snndlnm. Mis A H. Molbsnoi.
iM.,H.' i'ii.'w... 'larvis. Mrs.
t'llUlK III, (HI l
Snndlnm. Mis A II. Melbsnor. I S,0I!IK at ,, txh.0 mi ,uil endoiiv
ML Miller. J C .larvis. Mrs.) (o (,()Uo(t n mU(.h ,nlBep fle
I'leflw't 10 Cniitiun r C.
Virgil (! DeLnp, vvho enlisted in
tho mllltar) service at the outbreak
of the war with Gorninity and vvho
has been nlisont fiom Klamath Falls
the past two years, returned to,
dtv Hsl night following his ro-
lease ft nm the soivlco. Ho has been (
iiin.iiiri.Mi with the C. 8. Marines and
...-W......... - - ,
most of his time. His nuny frlonds
In this city aro glad to weleomo him
hns boon statlonod at Muto lslniid,be a si loom atructuio nni will cost
San Diogo and Loa AiikoIoh during , appioxlmately $3,200, It Is to bo
MEET AT BEND
III. Ml MiiuIi 10 Id-i iiKiilzt'il an
IIkiiIIIih In tin- llvi-ntoik world from
llu- niirtliwciu anil from pinking ron-ti-rs
of tin- middle wijhI will lie In
IIi-iiiI A 1 1 1 1 1 22 iiinl 23, to address tin-iiii-nibi-rM
of tin- Ori'Kon Cntlli- k
Home HhIki-i-h' iiHhoi l.'itlon. It Ins
liri-n annnillKi'il lirri- i
It Ih cxiM-tti-il tli.it l'nlli-il Static
Senator loim ii id-ndriik, of Wyo-
iiiiiik pri-siiif-ni 01 tin- i iiieru nil
Livestock HhHoi lalliin anil M. K :
Parson of Silt Lake City, first vlu--
piisldeul of tlii' .aini- organization,'
win he iin-HiMit at ti HM'tniK nmi
will i'iii-i deliver mi address. 1
HAD .VI OHM IN OKLAHOMA.
UI'KANT. Oklt . April ! - Six per. I
sons are report! d killed, many serl-'
ously Injured mid mmi) bouies and
barns dcmollsbed In a IiIk storm last
nlKliI The jdnrm passed flMi miles'
from here and did not hit any of
the towns In thin lounty
5. P. TO
I'AKT OF .M.Ti:i(I.Mi IS .II.HHAIIV
o thi: (iiioi m. wii.i, i-ituit.
,iii, hi: iii'iir i:.h iki:k;ht
Klamath Falls Is to hnu' a new
iV'outhcrn I'liilflc Hound House in
., . .
llie near futuri'
This fact Is Indl-
arrlMil of the first ear
lier. conulstlnK mostly of
window fiames and shlnKlcs. which
Ims arrhed and has been piled at
ii point nearly opposite the Freight
Depot on the lispee property
The local Southern I'aclflc repre-
sciitntlNes are In the dark as to the
"I0 of ""' '"-'" stiucture and as to'garlan and Czech forces at Ungvar,
when the (onstiuctlou will begin.
"'t It has been known In a genera!
ay for some time that this Improve,
' w-s "etnade this year
With Kbmatli Falls as the second
l'"'"'t '" shipping Importance In the
t'to of Oregon. It Is bellcvHd that
round houses, extensive switch yards,
big stock yards and other up to date
Inipiovenieiits should be added here.
piai.NTii-T ;i:t.s thikd or Ai.
.w;i:h asked, cvhi: heahd at
CITV ll.I.L INVOLVED CHAIN
Thiee bundled unci six dollnis and,
admitted a debit of Sar. lo
Tho action has boon heard befoio
circuit Judge) D V Kuykondull and
a Jury this vveult at the city hall, Tho1
case went to the Jur) at 3.30 and
tho vordlit was announced at ft. 00
The defontlonts contonded Hint tho
plaintiff h.td accepted tholr groin for
S,0I!IK at ,, piu-o mid hud endoiiv-
)((l eolloit n much linger fee
. . I
uo-'tnun 1110 rununti jnuu. muwiiu' i)'uin to ucnnan ana u is mo univar
Yaden repiosontcd the plaintiff and
NW BUNGALOW ON
HIGH STREET SOON
Plans have now been completed byirct on, j the city ye.sterday affpr.
i ......... ... ... . .i-.. ;
t nomas Ainrun tor mo ciinsiruiuoii
of a now bungalow on his pioporty
adjacent to the C C. Hogue lostdonco
on High Streot. The now home will,
erdcted by Itobort Wnttonbuig, Work (
on tho new building will he started,
at a vory early date.
Government Forces Fighting
(nwriiiiicnl TriMip Hnc Wrotnl
Krupp I'laul from Striker-. Home
laborer Urn. k Hard l-'lnlitlnK llc
porliil In llatnriii. With fiotcrn-
incut I'onc Virlorioui.
IIKKhlN, April 10. The govern
ment troops are reported to have en
lored Kssen, and to have retaken the
,)K Krupp gun plant, which the strik
er had seized Two hundred and
tl irty workmen have now returned
ihelr labors as u result of the ov
i rnment Intervention
Diplomatic relations have been es
tablished between the Russian and
Bavarian soviet governments, it is
COPENHAGEN, April 10. Dis
patches from Isslnen today state that
citizens and officials of Wuenzburg,
thirty miles northwest of there,
have struck against the Bavarian
soviet republic, and that the town is
now in thei hands of the government
troops. Heavy fighting against the
Spartacan forces occurred when the
government troops stormed the royal
palace and captured tho railroad.
Many of the Spartacan leaders are re
ported arrested there.
LONDON, April 10. Violent fight
ing has taken place between the Hun-
near Moravian, on tne Hungarian
border, an Amsterdam dispatch today
A hundred and fifty Hungarians
were killed during tho action. The
Czechs also suffered considerable
PEKING. April 10. Over twenty
Korean demonstrations took place In
the vicinity of Seoul on March 27th,
according to tho Korean papers arriv
ing here Tho accounts declare that
I the Japanese soldiers attacked the
! crowds with guns, swords and hayo
' nets, and many of the Koreans were
MAX WHO l.NTEHHt'PTEI) UNION
SEHVU'i: HEHK TO DKFKNO
CHHMANV, MAV CET CIIANCK
TO SEE HIS NATIVE IiANH SOON
John Goetz. the pio-C.erman. vvho
Hindu tho "Bolshevik" display at tho
Chi Minn 'Church on April 3th, dur
Mng the addie&s of Tl F Irvine of
j Portland, and who has been held on
ja wan.uit of the Federal authorities,
' left this morning for Portland, In
custody of a spoclnl officer vvho nr-
rived Inst night to take him back.
Cootz 1ms signlfiod his desire to ro-
m opinion of the people of this com-
. ... ,, .,
lu getting 1.1m there.
...U.TO.,K ,.7, . vt.
VISITOItK l-'HOM OLKNK.
Mis. A L, Marshall and Mrs.
Frank Coi penning of the Olene dU-
.. .. ... .. ..
noon, tiadliiR with. Klamath falls
merchants and attending to other
mutteis of business.
HERE FROM MERRILL.
wave r.uier, a prominent sneep
mun of Klamath County is in town
for a short time from Merrill on mat-
Itou of business
I DELIVERY LATEST
; CHICAGO, April 10. What Is said
to be tho first airplane newspaper de-
' llvcry-scrvlco In America has been
started by the Great I.akes Naval
Training Station. A hydro-alrplano
with a supply of lliillctlns, the offic
ial paper of the Station, makes the
.l.'j.mile trio to Chlcaeo each morning.
The service was started, the Bulle
tln says, to "accomodate the 'gobs'
iwiiu riuu ill iruiu i,iiiiiku uat.ii i,v,,
ing and to make their ride a little
i more pleasant."
aatbM IJ f h.. S II. ! n t wnr ftl.
CAMPAIGN TO OBTAIN
TACOMA, April 10. To assist the
government In raising 500,000 volun
teers to replace the men in the army
now, thirty-five mwi and two offl-
ceri, from Camp Lewis, will start this
".ok on a recruiting campaign In a
motor truck. They will set up model
camps, where they stop enroute.
POE VALLEY TO
SYSTEMATIC CAMPAIGN TO IIK
.MADK IN THAT SECTION. KN
THUSIASTIC IEF7TI.G WAS
HELD LAST EVENING
At an enthusiastic meeting at Poe
Valley last night, a new squirrel pois
oning club was launched and a sys
tematic campaign for the extermina
tion of the pest thruout the entire
valley, was undertaken.
E. L. Jamison of the Biological
Service, who Is working here with
County Agent E. pt. Thomas, was
present and gave an Interesting talk
during which he mixed a sample
batch of the poisoned oats for the
benefit of the farmers.
John Van Meter, a prominent re
sident of that section was chosen
leader for the district and a commit
tee of four men will be selected to
aid him In his work. He will have a
supply of the poisoned oats there for
the Poe Valley farmers. Agent Thom
as, Is mixing about a half ton of the
grain for use over the County.
AMERICAN DELEGATION HAKSH-
LY CIUTICISED FOU ORDERING
OF WILSON'S BOAT HOSJK BE
FORE TISIE SET
PARIS, April 10. The French
Press has heartily denounced the
American Delegation at the Peace
Conference charging that the order
ing of the Transport George Wash
ington to return before the regular
scheduled time, was nothing short of
blnckmall to intimidate France into
withdrawing her home claims.
George Watt, a well known Klam
atli stockman returned' last night
fiom a trip over an extensive part of
central and southern California. He
reports that the crops whore he visit
ed were In fine shape, that the grass
was good and that live stock was
looking especially well.
SEATTLE FLYER KILLED
IN VIRGINIA THIS MORNING.
HAMPTON, Va. April 9. Lieuten
ant John E. Neely of Seattle was In
etantly killed and Sergeant d. S.
Richardson was seriously Injured at
Langley Field when the airplanq
which Neoly was driving fell about
JAP TROOPS SENT TO KOREA.
HONOLULU, April 9. Six battal
ions of Japanese trops are being sent
to Korea to suppress the disturbance
which are spreading there, according
to a dispatch from Toklo.
General Satisfaction Felt at
NEW PROBLEMS ARISE
Huicxrtiou That IV.icc Term Be Pre-
ncntcil lo Grrnuinj IWore Going to
Plennry Council llrings Opposition.
Lane Oppotct Anti-JnPAncsc Left's
latlon in California.
WASHINGTON, D C. April 10.
President Wilson is hammering
ahead and has made good progress
In the Paris peace negotiations', ac
cording to advices which have reach
ed the White House otday.
It has not been stated Just what
progress hag been made by the news
recelvcd;lt has xeemed to- cause con
siderable satisfaction In the official
SACRAMENTO, April 10. The In
troduction of anti-Japanese legisla
tion in California would be extreme
Is unfortunate at this time, declared
Secretary Lansing In a Cablegram to
the Senate here today.
He said that 'Tn view of the pres
ent situation in international affairs
here in Paris, It would be particular
ly unfortunate to have these bills In
troduced or pressed."
He' urged that the earnest plea of
President Wilson against such legis
lation be conveyed to thoSenate.
.Senator Inraan, the author has pro
posed a bill denying the rights of'the
Japanese to lease agricultural lands
In California. He said that lie would
demand a vote on the Rules commit
tee's report which denied him the
right to introduce such measure anil
that he would force a vote even 11
he weru the one to vote 'Zl the bill.
PARIS, April 10. Tho .publication
of the Statement attributed to Brit
ish sources that the Peace terms
would not be presented to the Plan
ary session of the peace conference
until after it had' been communicated
to the Germans has caused some com
ment. The American Mission has de
clared lUelf opposed to such a" plan.
ELKS BIG SHOW
Tho -Ten Nights in a Barroom,"
which have aroused more or less in
terest over the country in times past,
may have had their exciting features,
but thov were nothing to the threo
nights at the Elks Temple, which
commence this evening and end on
Saturdav Get out your high-heeled
boots, spurs, chaps and guns, and be
on hnnd tonight for the big event.
CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL VOTES
TO RECALL THE CITY OFFI
CIAL. CONSERVATIVE LABOR
TACOMA, April 10. With, only a
third of the mombcts preoent at the
meeting, tho Central Labor Counclj
by a vote of thirty-nine to thirteen
vntort to back the tecall of the Ts
coma cltv officials, ' t f A
The conservatives are dlsapppi M
ed They had expected to defeat the Jfi,1
motiou to pledge the Union Labor to
the recall. The speakers against the
rernll were hissed. The petltlojw tor
.. . ii h.v nni hnnn taken out
yet, and there Is said to be 1e'Ji-
tore8t; In tne movement- un va
intho surface. J"
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