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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1919)
gEfrg ianmlng Herald
olT,rMI. lMI'i: '
official papkr of
Thirtccntli Year No. 3,594
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1919
Price, Five Cents
nimuiiju nun :
KtfllKIATK FALLS :
O.N I'llOI'OSI.'D .M
To tuiil, preliminary Iiivcuiikii
IIiiiin nf the liml nr I, ink itivcr
Itl got lirrilMti. I'sllmntc on Mil
com of Hi,. proposed d.itii. the
CnllforiiluOrogon Power Com.
imii) hum nanlcd it liiiKiwHKintlit
Of IiIIiiInt lo il point above till!
Natron Cut-Off Construction dam iio m tin, inaii of tho river
.. n c..1.J ","' '"", " cr" ' "'"' "l work
May Uc started 4 ,, M,1H(riiry ,., r ,,.,,,,
WIGHT TONIGHT ILLS ADDITION
hills i:mi thri,i: wiiirluim)
j:vi'i:iiT,mMi:.vrs this i:vi:
mm; mu i:.cnT..ir..vr last
mcjht xi:w ri:.Trii:s
WILL AID STRAHORN
UllgllU'ers li) ,.. l
mi., lli.t Information ihislrrd If (l(. interest In tint big Klks West
111 ilium; 'k in, i:iti:cTi.n ok
niiiru oit .vncco and to
cost k i. -1,0110 .m.v hi: startld
at kaulv dati:
I'AIIIS. April 12. It Is re
ported Unit tli 'i League of Na
tlotiB Commission has adopted
tho Japanese amendment on
racial equality by eleven votes
out of seventeen.
ON A MASSACRE
IN KOREA U
Tlu; iTrttJon of a modern school
urii NIkIiIh continues to grow as It building on Block 100 In mIIIa AdcJI-
iiiih in inn last two i1ii)h, it In hnril to Hon, Is now contemplated by- tho
on.prH.ri (M.llll.. of ml ;0J,'',,.,'I;!, nlltrn'romflSro" the "r"'1"'1 M"" ,H KOl"K ," ,1""""" thlK ''",,"C SC'""" Iloard at a Vc'ry euly''
ON IN ST.'
Unbelievable Outrages Be-
HELP IS CALLED FOR
lUllnmil Situation 'I
KrumScirliiri of Poitliuid Cliitn
rr 11I C.uiiiiirrre I.) KlilliutliiMlr
Mrnilirr of WoimnV Club.
Itr. rUr.1 Central Pacific became dubious, tin, ",,,,I"K Certainly iinthlliK has boon
worn Niopp.'ii ror financial reasons staged bero for ninny iiiooiih unit Iii.h
The Colon Pacific ui,ih to control produce! tho electric thrills like the
ill.. Control Pacll c Tin. Smith, .n, ,. . . .
IMclftc scorn to desire il,,, slune cn" '' "' "," ,",Nt ,w" "V"""""' Ut
trol. .the Temple.
II In our tlowpoliu t lint when tho Ono of the tonso situations last
uXmJTW r'ltU.M "";")" t". evening was brouKht about when
nrlvnin roiitrol, ttir will in rertiiln ..... , .. ,. , . .
KroiiplnRs ..f n,M0 branch 11,,.. ,. "'nl- Crnn. anil On. KnKlo nl-
f.K'd 1 1 n cm iirouml iiiulii MHt(niH I " " ' ":"' "' crup Rniiio npcruti'il Is to bo n one story huildlnR with a
feel that our Krcut olilinrllinltv will bv Chiirl.-s Slum. .Inili-,. I) V l.'uv. full linmniinni nn.i U in 1,0 cn r.nn.
Soi'iT.liVr'rf'VimU "'.''"'f k,'"lln" ","1 UoSH Nlckcn.011. wltll n Mrnctc.I that It will b0 possible to'slore botuccn
any kln.i In iuimIIi'i'i. of' VinuuiirJ.'w., '"" "f wmtUliiK over half 11 million nnko extcn-slons nt any time It Is ' Main Ih to ho c
lilllht tli.v.'lop It 10 lm work III;,. iIoIIiitm.
n-trcliiry of lln- Porlluiul "'"' ,"" l,h" "riu-KIntiintli rut-off had tin- plunKors won tho last throw rooms, which will udeiiuately meet : , the lot recently
of Commerce. T. ...,r Sill h" J'CnL'MMM lh" WU,a "nV "U,,,P, tho "n,,k- ;' "CJ l'"' V;'lmc..thl. purpose l,y Ccor
n.rr .0 ..,, m....nl from "' " "'" "-v.'lopmcnt This li when' .- omMhlnr lolnR every ml..- ' ll-J that f the bond elec ,. ,,. Fountain. Is the
ttiisw.r an appuii irom .r11M( ,, ()u, MlI1 , ,ir(.(, niM . ,, ,miK , KB , ,, lllc Hon passes, the work will ho launch- ma,Io ,miay.
The wcrurlMK of the Natron rut-off
It not Mich a li(in'li's liroposltl.ni us
alihl (Win 111 llrt n'iiiir.', us Is In
dicated Id a letter Just received by
Mri. II. II )( 11 .his from 1). II
Mr. Ilejliulita mi behalf of tlui KIiiiii- ..iefc. Its i;realest power. 1.111I this blRKest iiIr!u of all
h Imrrotrmmi flub, thin i.rKan- - iina m n;,miK , , 1
h.llnn ill nmifffxlln umtll'll I hi, I I, Cllllllllllt.'e of III lllll'lllllll business lll.'IU ,
Uillon of .r.rissio women Unit U , ,., (ij,)V llfrmi., ,, .,n been Imported, an.', will Klve a unique
RltlnK rciuU lo help do thlnr.H for phases of this siibjerl al the prceut .ahlblllon, to the nccninpunliiient of,
tfcflr home IH lime. nn,l Keltlnc ready for I In. tlKht silver bells. A new KuinMltlK Biliucj
IoUhtl.-.h..b.n,nb.,,lon,.lon,- , l no .h.ul.1 Im. v,. when nm- ,Q t!) pnpnl ,. wlli, ,, a fa.
m the unuTiimen. bus It, bllKhtlnK ,;;H c""" ..,.. time this uw- ,(f iimmi. o uN
ltd) 011 Hi.- r..n,U. but .Mr. Dotlson's ,s lo the Slrnhom work That 'ini; to bo Introduced by ten Indian'
isiKMtlnn nliiiii Ket'.lliK results Inter nlo bus Its value lo Klaiualh. but not braves
"" i,iiir """"" "' 1- !,'r u,,'.'r MrV,hon,,,o!:l'K,!,:,i;,h'.!' : -- ' - "n.no for t.
lh time I,, prepare to drlvo homo the ,k ,lllt ,, .,,, ,, r(,;,(,y to,ttl nlshl w'jlcli is boliiK hold hack tiy the
Mtil for lti. Natrnn-Kliiiiiiilh rui-off .,.,mk his IiIb Job iikuIii after tho luanae ii-rt No iulliiiiitlon cun be
when the .Hri.U nro tliwcntmbletl. I.lbmlv l.nnu Is throui:h. and !u can ieuri.,j ,,1 lis nature, but those who
bOUld rwnlve UlO UttMlltlllll ItS I III- K l ""'"V 1U,:' "' ,,,U """"-'al rOUIII-
V...... . 1 ' . Hon of the West nntl the country as
fortune. n n u,,on M tm, , , 0H(1(,.
j mo mm tiint roriiaiui Is ready to slro. also, to hae 11 ronMiiti.e of
.bclpuut (he t'lrahnrn ro'tl Is nlso Oil- hunrw nivn nf gtftlrlni i.t'lti'-n,--
tiiMRlHc and shows mat our bl on c J ork with Mr Rlrahorn
,. . .,,,,, , , . .. fully and comptetuly. to set, that his
ter Is Him,, 10 play fa.tor moUier f,,lnnoi r securml on tlm I,HH. of a
,jo her I'.nK ncglertnd rulnlluna oast proper local proportion. 0111I the ro
s( the Ciisia.li- nialmtnr outside
H'Tlte letter from Mr. Do.Isiin fnl- ' """k'llmt thoro wul ho develop
,1j m.i". " mMita nlotlg tltCKO lines nt ne mI'-
V ,, ''"to of Interest to you. and I shall
SMjf Dc.ir ir UfiyiioldnCortnluly lake plenmiro In keeplnu you Inti-j
llil to hear that y.n are hnrk tn Ort- uiutnlv Informed UK to nil phnfios of
Ikgn, nm.) Ri.ti 10 n.,ar Unit yon nro tho phins that are tnelurnd. ! ihltik
&1 & llVC Jul) llcltref vtvv .mirl, (n t u'.nitrl ... unll fnp 1 ,,., t.i .nulrn I. n
hf!r of Mr Heviiold's Injury, and H.terlal Jo', to stu.lv theso auSjrrts
-trillt thn' I... vi reritperiit., very ebi'.elv and full, and use jour ln
Mpldly. ..id him recall! couipletcly "ifnee nl boll. Klamath and hero for
jWlr"i"" ' 11rll1.11 when Hie opportunity Ih pro-
HJn re the Klamath-Niitron cut-off : seined.
It Is -u personal opinion that tho The Klamath country Is n vory
fomplriinii of nfr!, tnn B t,u t,K RtpM one for the Imtnedlato future. '
must needed by iho Klaiualh pooplo T,t. lands are wondocful In the pro-1
nil 1iy.t needed by OreKon as a duct Ion of feed "and foods. Thevi
.?l"II0 to connect the ICIaiinilli l.ilrl. ninui ho Ivim bettxr Iransnorlulloti
i.hal. , .. . ...... ....... ... ....... ,
j.j uiroiiy wnii I'ortlund.
d'itu and plans aro expected to be
completed In a few dayg after which j
bids will ho asked. . I
Tho .School Iloard has arranged!
for an election for tho Issiianco of I
lir.,000 bonds to ho held on tho 29th j
of thji month.
Tho now liulldliiK as now planned J
IIO.Mi:-OUTIIK KAItr,.SHKI'lli:itl) "l-Pnt!" Today Tell of Terrible
COMI'AXV IS TO UK I'CT L'l IM
Mi:i)IATi:i,V OX KOK.MKIl I-Ol'X-TAIX
That a building on tho property
adjacent to the F. M. Upp Jewelry
Fifth and Sixth on
Conditions Hrought About by 3bu
snrre nt Capital of Korea CIU
Ihiih Killed, Homes Burned, Women
Ilea I en Medical Aid Korbldden.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 12. The
Japanese have begun what has result
ed In a wholesale massacre In Korea
at the capital, Seoul, on March 28th,
according to a cablegram received
onsirticted at an early
Stono admitted today that found necessary. There will he four' date for the Karl" Shepherd Company
nu relumed for
G Kerns from 'lere t0(lay by the Korean National
Association, from a native pastor.
The message said that the Japan-
til at a ditto shortly following and
that the new hdmol home will bo
ready for occupancy for tho com
mencement of the Fall Term. ;
Mr. Shepherd, who Jias so long ad-'ese troo',s' flre brigades and civilians
vertlsed his establishment as "next
door to postoiflce," has arranged for
an extonded lease, and feels tustiPed
In planning a store which will be In
every wny a credit to the town of
three times the size of Klamath Falls.
The new building will be equipped
nro -on the 'inside
the la-si I'lcC
declare that It is
. HII BQDZE
PISCTl.t TIO OK THIS PltOi'UiTY
IJV STATi: AS JIKANs OK Plti:-
vi:.vri.; co.NSTitccTio.v or
dam is coxsiih:i:i:i
are shooting, beating and hooking.
people mercilessly throughout Korea.
Several thousand people have been
killed. Churches, schools and homes
of the leaders have been destroyed.
Women have been made naked and
beaten before , crowds. Members of
the leader's families have been Im-
with a heating plant and hardwood
Iloors and will bo furnished with Prisoned, and in many instances tor-
every modern convenience adaptable lurt-"-
to the music business,
V. I). Miller, the contr-torr e
1 ecu to rush tho work of construc
tion for an early occupancy.
Doctors have been forbidden to
care for the wounded.
The message sas that tho foreign.
Red Cross is urgentlj- needed.
MAN UI'O (lVI'Tl;il
1 1 1 ' i : 1 : is i.i'M 01: i iiAiiiii: last
XO T.Mllint. VASrCACtillT OX
Tlt.U.V LAST KVKMXO
, Oregon 13 going to 'r.k nftor Its
lnterct In tbo ."chool lands on the '
'"p. et 1. ko. according to u letter
Ji.t re.elvei by R. K. Hrmlbur-. I -,'- '''" I'lIMDIIXTS COM I' l TO- nounced that the entente powers have-
, WASHINGTON. D. C, April 12.
Reports- from Munich today ear that
nn -grce-neni has been reached be
tween the Central Council and the
Communist?. This has been taken to
mean that tho moderate elements In
tho city have gained the upper hand.
A dispatch from Bamboig says that
the German government has an-
Contluiilng his efforts to piotect tho'
rights and Interests of the people of
this county not only tho.o under
1 the project, but those of the. I'ppe '
.'country. Mr. Ilradhury made a spec-i
lal trip to Salem to place before thej
attorney general, governor and stito1
Ray 'Dustj- Rhodes was arrested , Uoilr (ll(i j.apg conliectcd wtl ;
DAV TO KORM XKW DISTRICT
XKAR Tl'I,i: I.AKK
THOl'SAXD ACRKS lXVOI.VKD
informed it that Bavaria is not to be
included in the conclusion of peace.
THRKK and that measures are to he taken to
prevent the entente food stuffs from
reaching that province.
The creation of the Malln Irriga
tion District, which will comprise ap-
JIIIS 'Hill lienor CDS! WO WUlll Ilieill " ......... ". ...u ' " r, mu . "lioij in 1 iwn ill tliu iniiuwil nam irnl,milll' M.rn.. ll,r,,sn,l .nre: nf .
iiMi, M,!l'i',!l.rl,"r' 1'""' !"'" ,',r.1" !,r"u'" ,r,0!,t'r ," '"'-l1""'- 'I''V; from Dorrls with., nuantlty of ll.Uor,"fross Link river. He was Informed j ft ,,; , ,h . u, t ,-, ,s b ,
.I nml make us supreuu, 11 a mil 11 ''iislness s ours with tho proper rail ... ., . ..,., . bv theso officials that if hn would uibirin is ueing
wnv in ...... .... .1, ....... .. .. ...... "... . . In bis suit case, bv local olllcorh. as-," ineso oniciius iiiai u no wouiii 1 .,.. ., ,.,,. ,, .,
.-,-..... iviiiiiii,, wnini mini ex. lines compinieu, nut wo rani lonru , .. ,, ,. . .. ., ., , -u "kik .uu..j ...,u .. .m..... .
fe-diifcly nroinlsliiL' illirlci .,r Om. 1. ,m. , iihuii.ik h.i.v i.tImi ti.diiv. slsted by OHlcor I'rlco Recob of the submit all of tho data nt his disposal ,,,,.,,, ,, fPMm ,.. nn,inn
nASKL, April 12. The soviet re
public at Munich was overthrown Fri
day by force of arms, according (0-
he Berlin newspapers.
I'lils selfish viewpoint will ho n guar- Indian service, and lodged In tho city for ,llolr Information, they would , , ,,anieli.:it.
11 fittittlllaiA rt . ....... ..f iIia iiiiul lilt initial 1. 1 1 1 1 11 ii . - . . flln fliik dllriuf ti rn tnlnl ctnolilitfii- .
thro., i,mii.. , "...... m . linn-,' ........ ....... ...... n. jv ,)Vlr K ,t, TlH morning tie "- ",w .""" - ..a...t...- There nro about twentv.ono land
uil0 lend ng I. II Mini. KM 11,1m u-l.n iv. .,... ...1 .,.. imrl nf l'nrllimil ' .1,... nl... t- n ....it...... .... .1 I .. "' l.uiiui inilll,,uiiu 11.11.1
;Pt to ,k a trip to the Klamutli l.et me hear from you occasionally. hiought before t'lilted States ' "; "owners interested In tho new project
'Ha rniinlrv In II... .,,.. ,11. ..- in .., -,,,, .,,.. ,, ll.w. u-l.i. Ccmiinlssloiier Hurt P. Thomas nntl """ "e ",ls ',18, rf11"'1-" U'O 101I0W-. .. , ,..-,, .,-,,,.,'
'tre. with U1 ,ilu llf ,.,,. .,.,. ,,U ,.. ,,,., u ,,., a,,..,,!,,,,,,.,,,,, that r....ii .i,.....i ..t.i, i ih,. '"B lo"or from tho state land hoard;
hol. HiiniHi.... "..., ..... .. ... , . . ' t"''-',
. ,, "" "-.j ...... 1, ,,,y linn wi.uiti uo 01 uiuir.'s. ... ...
.. , "K '"" " I'1"" wlruby I'ortlund - -
f Wo have named
I liquor Into Oregon, In violation of I Receipt C your favor of Merrh '
ud Oregon as a wholo may aid in this
"uiiny construction, anil any other
worl connecting Klainiith with Ore
im'i .!" 1"'rKI"",,l f ttiiH commlt
; w". '", 1,,'i''o annoiiiicii vory
won, mid also bo ably to Inform you
w inn npiiroxliiinto ilatci of their trip,
we hud Pi H(mi0 (1)u UR() 1U
wjttor of ilnlshliiK tho Nntron-Klnm-I
tb cut-off. Wo took It up with tho
!. ,om,llllH " tho Southern 1'u-,
-"v, ami man ti,0 Union I'ltelllc. Tho
in.,,. "'" n" ,0 nooill llio rol
lowing statement of fnei ... tht
imo. as the Hiimn wore rovenlod to us
man. lvl" wll w,lH tno, Rnoral
nKor of tho Union Pacific.
Na;Wu.l,Mlh,) '"""I'l'se In building (ho
tronf ,',K,ai".u,h cut-0,r to cr("'o
!.,. , ." w,,lrh Hnol't Inter bo ox
Mnde, from Klamath to a point fn
Bouh,,r ,,U,,0Cl'"t!, ,,ncl,lc' TIo1 WASHINGTON, I). C, April 12,
wholly mi)l0 , coinpoto In h.uil-Con.mny I of tho :i39th Infnntry has
that win J"""","8 "' fot of lumhor boon Identified by General March as
r!' t errmir'v"'"""":, ? ,?J.a,"u"! tho unit which recently refused to ro-
turn to tho front lino trenches In
ArrhniiKol, when odered to do so by
a officors. ,
A Hiipplomontary roport of tho In
of pumping from the Irrigation canal
of the K S. Reclamation project.
Attorney C. J. FeVguson Is the
counsel for the proposed district.
his construe- OFFICER RETURNS
.provisions of tho Reed iimondment. 'list relative to the act of 190!". ced-
Ills hearing was sot for 2 o'clock this ,,,K "nin inni 8 or tne State to itio
, , . , government. Is hereby acknowledged.
afternoon, at which tliuo ho was rop-.Tllo gnmo been reforred to the
resented by W. II. A. Renner, Ksi.,' Attorney General for
ami waived xninlnntloii. Ho was "on in mo mauer.
bound over by tho commissioner to a Rectus Incomprehensible that it' FROM WAR oEKVlCc.
tunswer to tho fedoral grand Jury at is necessary for any man to have to
Portland, his bond being ilxed lit tho put forth tho efforts Mr. Bradbury sergeant tan Hilton, wno nas
sum of $500. has In order to protect the rights of uoe" '" the service with the Coast Ar-
I . . . . . ... i !.,.- ..., .. t. . tlllnrv In Fpnnrn has rocolveil his
,, ' - "" mo union rncilic. llio ,,..,,, v vvrrn mil lll'VIK STATK.I 10 iiotenonni was urresieo noru'ine pcopio oi uus pojeci. no hub - -
f"lrj,so'v;'l Itself to aboul tho fol-, ' ,a w ' " ,""'nM,'",v ' ;on Novombor n6thi whmi a ,nrg0 bcon muklng nn almost hopeless, up-' discharge and returned to this city
tlme.VistM,,,. J" ....'.' . nl MKXTH WIIKV QUKSTIOXKIi AT untUy f i1(,uor was found In his hill fight, because those whoso rights' mursoay evening
l ... ... ........ b.. ... .... ,.nl,i..irt.ir.naul.ii!,lVtnl. Intaraat.
IVSTANCK Possession ill inu ivrKriives iuiiiiiiuh " " . ." ".' .....u ..ui ,..vu......
noiiso. ai tiiai lime no was nneu ". iiioiifi,M ")" j"i i'..do.h
$125 and costs.
TEXT IS READY
WILL UK I'CHUSHKI) IX FEW
WAYS AS SOOX AS FKKXCH AXI
KXGI.ISII TI-LXTS, CAX
1IUOUGHT IXTO ACCORII
IX AMKRICAX ARMV
i JD" "Tllory onstwartl in tbo com-
"if ycitrs, when thov hunt tl i,,,,,.
doL?r".B.K tl,n H'tklyou mountains, a
S. .'! "I,0. Uooi,volt Junction, thon
ml '! ?lo'-'-n-Nov.idtt range on tho "
ku lldlng il,,, Natron-Klnmnlh nit-off icldont Hnld It was worthy of note that
to NJ0r.,m ottonslnn from Klainatlii tho quoBtlons put by inon of Com
hauf Z n,iVl0y W,U ,mvu n Hl,"rt imuy 1 to tholr officers wen, "l.lontl.
lumlinr . m .1 ,,",:n"r"!,UH..,0,"i?0 ofl.,,i wiin il,., ouestlons of tho regular
!..... .""" i onnuio tno Houtnorn . ..
'' "e In effeutlvoh mnet., win, il,l Ualshovlkl propagninla."
Thi i .. N' ""'' tho northorn linos. ,Tho department hn.i not rorelvotl
ji'a. iiiiii,esllonahly,!wlll bo donn.
Inir ,, .,"" ,u,lonilH npon tho group-
actlm, I, .".'d miliar wiiiuuvur
Btorin,.., Kovorninont tuko8 In ro-
r , ; """,0 ,() private control.
t,'" loiitrnl I'npin,. ,ui,..,. .
l.nnlll.. ...I.,... .1...
, ... ...,.j, T(.l',, 1. 1.1
'"aim nun Southern Pacini,
copies of tho llolshovlkl liviflots and
(lonoi'iil MureU Is oxtroumly iiiulous
to Hoctiro ono.
Ho said today, "In my ImiK sorvlco
1 don't roi'iill another Instance whom
American noldlors illil not 4Vnnt to
(JKTS (Jt)Oli x i:vs
FROM SOLDI KH SOX.
. PARIS. April 12. The full text ot
the covenant of the Peace Treaty
Sergeint Hilton was ono of tho ' win ue puDiisnea in a rew days, it l
first of the Klamath Falls boys to announced todaj". It Is now ready for
enlist at tlie outbreak of tho war and the Plenary session except for bring-
Tho sentiment of the lnudowners of reiurneu 10 tne cuy jusi two years mg tlie rrencn ana Kngusti text
tho project Js overwhelming against o a day from tho date of his depart- to accord.
It us was Indicated bv tho recent ". mp young oiucur is uio- sun m,
straw vote, and It Is the fact that Mr. and Mrs. James Hilton.
Mr. Bradbury knows he has tho sup-1
words of encouragement.
I. It. Pnnnnr nf Ibis rllv la feel
Iiik good today over the news of tho port of the peoplo back of him that HOCKKV PliAYKR KTS
snfo nrrlvnl of his son, Louis H, Pop
per In RoMon, The young soldier has
boon Identified with Company F, of
tho 103 Infantry, Ho wont ovor tho
top three times and was In five hat
Headlining his sorvlco, linvlug boon
gassod in tho last engagement.
has given htm tho courngo to fight j
on as 1j has, notwithstanding tho'
HKXTKXCK AS SLACKKR
TO ATTKXI) IMPORTANT
County Surveyor C. T. Daiiej' Is
fact that this support has not been ( TACOMA. April 12. Bomard Mor
ns open and nctlvo as It would bo If, rlk". n Canadian subject, who was con-
tho people did not have confidence In vlctod by tho court martini at Camp considerations
PARIS, April 12. With a single
exception of the amendment exempt
ing the Monroe Doctrine, from being
affected by the covenant, no vital
change has been made by. tho League
of Nations Commission In the coven
ant, which has now concluded Us
Mr. Bradbury's ability to win.
li.NLD FOR KILLING
UKKUMiUT OF SKASOX.
Lewis ot being u deserter from the j y0 date has j'et been set for a pleu.-
Unlled Stntos army by falling to re
port tor tho draft, has been sentenced
to two years hard' labor nt Alcatraz
Island. Morris was a professional
William Sims nnd Lovo Chandlor hotkey player for Seattle.
of tho Malln district, who woro nr-
re diss ,.,"":.. ". ,'.0"..'1 ,c"
.i.ac,flc.'T,:'troll;;;;:i' w nm. They i.BV. .i.y.
,t"work was being dono by tho Con- mild "Loud us to It."
propailng to lonvo lor rortiauu, lebted u fow days ago by Gnmo War.
wheio ho will nttoud an Important ' don Henry Stout for killing dour out
meiitliiK of tho State Highway Coml of season were fined $100 each for
mission on April U.tli and wlioro lm-thls offonso by Justlco N. J. Chi
poiiunt iiiattors concornlug roud man. Kvldonco that eight or mora of
construction In Klamath County nro i tho aulinuls tmd been killed was' dis
til bo discussed, coveted by tho official.
ary session of tho Conference,
! NEW RANCH HOME
NEAR TULE LAKE
HKRK FROM TKXK.SSKI
A flno now ranch homo In tho Tiilo
Mr. and Mrs. John MrCnnn of i Lnko tllstrlct Is being constructed
Naslnlllo, Tonn. Is visiting Mi', .and , from Thomas Lynch of that district
Mis. I, J, Tucker, noar Altamont. by J, M, Ilanta, who expects to liavo
They are sp onnmored ot Klamath tho work dono In Maj The new house
County that they expect to ronuun. will cost approximately $j,sou.