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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1919)
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I OFFICIAL PAPER OPi
Thirteenth Year No. 3,595
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 14, 1919
Price, Five Cent
NT SALE OF
1 UNKENY GANAL
, . M l .'""' H'1""1" v,,,w tltitrlf t rnnii) In to
Action I Taken in Matier ntt ua (, for Mr cimtnr.i
k '"' '
fclk-f Thai AnWrii) Cminl INmtr l-(
fcap In Farmer t'ntlrr Klamath .
rrojwt fnii-r. At Him !)' Hnl of
pd.p.Nrrlr. of QurMloit
' Wired to Hwrrlttr) of Intrrior.
la the MM Hint the farmer un
ttt the Klimnlli I'rojmt aro paying
forth i'or whl'i ko- with Hit
oU Ankftiy Cniml hero and whlrh
the lownmrnl now propm m to ni-11
it luttlon In Ui Hoar future, tho
Hoard of Director of tli'j Klnmttth
ltrltatlon I'rojnrt .uv.j punned u ic
10'utlon nppnnliiK I ill union nnd
Imr rtitieited that It lit: held for tho
tomtit of tin) pmje.-t
In onlrr to clarify thn pomllnn of
the water uiieta In rehilloi to Ihn
lOYfrniiiNit project bei'o mid to "''
tbr fiinilninrulnl Ul of I In water
wn ilUllnrlly outlined. It hi been
decided liy tin lo ir 1 if illniinnt of
the Irrigation I'icjnrt to n'llmilt ll
I'M-i of qtirntlnn to tlio Secretary
ef the Interior, nit answer to wlilsii
tiltpil not Inter tlinii May fitli.
when tlion (iicKtl(Mi iin answered,
It U MclPi Hint llu farmer of tliu
project will know Junt how fur their
poer extern! regarding tho control
of tba power mul Irrigation. Thono
qantlom lire lii'lni; formulated horn
todiy by (h-orgo Officii!, Jumen Kioll.
ud It, K llrndbury In rnnnulliitlon
llh Attorney WIUon 8. Wllny.
IMItHtTAXT MATTCItS Wll.l. HKi
iimutJiiT ri' at t;.THi:itrt!
OKTItlllAI. COr.Nt'll. AT UliAM
, ATI! AliCM'Y TOMOItltOW
n appropriation of their tribal
fund ft- ll... .t-.. .. -..I
, , " ""..,.,, ... ,..... ukc llu,t nl Kort ,.,,, ,.,., unlllJ.
ol on the Klamath Indian Iteser- ,. , ,, . ,
'( )' r.fternoon. Tho meeting was ad-
i tlon an.) an appropriation of half )lni((M,(1 ,,y u B rn,iuril, director
.-million ilollms for euro of Uvu 0f tho Klamath Irrigation district.
Jtock mul other lnatterH portalnli)g to ( Mr rmHiurV put tho case iih to
Kencrnl wolfnrc. will ho niiimiK Jll(ll w ,jni dam proposed to bo
"e jirlmlpnl tiling .IIhcussimI at tmU bv tho Cnllfornla-Oregon l'ow'or
lb. " "f ",,, m'W tll",1 l""nC" "' company at tho head of Link lllvor
MrtlnL"rl. AfmVy ,,,raorrnw' "Noulil miMHi to tho lands on Upper
WMlnK U) Clayton Kirk, n mombor ,;. ' , ko
Ithl. bn.lv ul, lu i ... .... lK1"",uth lM- ...
J'r. Kirk declartvi Hint n delegn
tloq may be jont to WnihltiRlon Inter
.," -9 SprliiK in tho Interest of the
V Md8 of ti, Indiana I'oro.
Members of tho now council nro,
, Robert Wilson, Jon Hull, Seldon Kirk,
.rinley Wilson, Clayton Kirk, Will-
" ,' rnwrord, J. C, Itlddlo, Illdwoll i
nioaie, Dnld Chocktoot. Wiitson
:jJV. WIIHq Homy nnd A. T. Mil-
"MJW COI'.NTV AOKNT
NAMi:i) AT HF.NI).
- J1KNI), Or., April l H, K. Koohh,
"'ration etpert, veteran of tho Ar
Mb , ,n l""1 Knulunto of tho O. A. C.
"Li '"l8 llCl',, o1ioijoi "m ngrlpul
l ngont for Deschuti-H county,
fowling U. A. Ward, resigned. Mr.
"st.?8, ,ua',lt'y rotuniod .with tho
'JUt I Mai.... ..
tii .""""" 'nun I'rnnco. utiring
'T?V iK""" "K,,t ,,u H"rf,"'','l Hl,ut-
'i;V B,"ml Wl,S' ' '"I'lltlOll, BOVOIO-
M.W UAUY (JIUL.
"Ord Jinu lmnn v)nln,l I., tl.l. ,.!,.,
,,jj 1)ltl1 ' ' Imby Kill to Mr.
0 V f 3 '' MeAullltfo nt Onlilund
FIVE COUNTY MEN
I MADE CITIZENS
i Fli now citizens Of tint United
I'Klslcit weto rrciileil lit tho Count
ICIciku offlm (IiI.h afternoon wlmn
Jifrry McCiirtln, Onirics MrCmtle,
Jomiph M. Chntnrd, Martin Duly mid
Herbert H, Mallard took out tlnlr
fliml n itiiriillxatlon pupiirn.
0. !:. Hunt mill llmry WIImiii of
I.KTTKIt tH'SIICItl.TAHV I.KV;
TAI'SIIS 4'AI.IKOItMA sk.vati:
TO IHtOI' JAI'AM-Si: MATTKftt
I SACItAMKNTO, fnl., April H.
. l'riiiopnM! iiiitl-nllcii Inml U'RlHlntlon,
.Ihn Introilitrtlon or iriioilnK of whlrti
In vlow "of ttin pri'X'lit Kltitatlon In
llilomilloniil nffalri) sonil lie parti
ctilurly iinfortitntitu," Iiuk lioi'ii illnpon
ml of by tho Cullfornlu ntuti otml"
wIiph Hunator liiinnn wttiilriw hit
rfijiii-Bl to Introduce n dill to provpnt
Jttpaiicuii! Irimlnic nKrlcnltiirul unH
I u lit u n'rt nrtlon ciiiini nfti'r riMitlti;;
of m rntili'Kraui from Hcrri'tury l.nn-i-InK
In Turin, miyliiK t tint Ihn 'ntr'i
tturtlon anil prrmilnK of tho hill
"uoulil him kt Biirli urtlon iiiiilnirratn
I iiv nt thin tliuu."
FollnwliiK tho ulthilruHiil of hlrt
hill. Inniiin Introiliircil u rcnilu'.t(.r,
ulilrli tho Honiitr mloptcil, .17 10 I,
I'vtltlonliiK "tlmt Hitch nrtlon he nl.
in hy the prenlilent on thn Orlenttil
l.'iii.lKrntlon niin.'itliin iih iihnll tnnho
future Mate lenlnlntlon on xucli htih
JiTtn unnt'ceHKiiry "
AT JE FOBT
i..it(ji: t'ltown Assi;uti,i:s at
WOOl I IllVCIt VAI.I.KV TOWN
TO IHStTSK Till: LINK ItlVF.Il
A large gathering of ranchmen,
! stockmen nnd land ownera of Wood
Itlvor Valley nnd Upper Klamath
Mr. Urndbiiry Is by far tho best In
formed as to wutnr mnttors, laws and
regulations govornlng Inml und Irri
gation prnctlco In this part of Oro
gon, nnd his powerful analysis of tho
action of tho United States nnd tho
Ciillfomlu-Oregou l'owor company,
unit iU direct bearing on this terri
tory, and especially tho Upnor Khun-
nth Lake, was most convincing.
Mr. Alox Jtosborough nlso addresg
od Iho moetl,HK on bohnlf of tho Cal-Ifornlu-OreKon
l'owor company, nnd
wih followed by Mr. J. Frank Adnma
und others, ,
ni':itM.'s aim: uxahli: to fay
HFCAUSi: OF COAL HIIOItTACJK.
(Hy tlio ANMitlatiNl 1'iVhs)
HKIILIN, (April II. Tho shoitugn
of coal, owing to Rtrlkes, Is given of
ficially iih hu reiison for (U'rinnny'n
Inability to. contlnuo paytnents for
niilunlo food' Btipplliw now tin;lvlng,
hIiico conl' was chlofly lollod upon ns
u immiiH to ttottln this Indebtedness.
Tliu niiiiouncomont ndd.i that If
coal production continues to fnltur,
provoutittB tlio initmifacluro nt nrtl
rlos wanted nbtonil, dormim cconi).
nilti Ilfo niiiHt collapse bofiiro autumn,
and tlio food Bltimthm will bo wotso
ohegov welcome commission
I AHKS THAT HIC.S OF WELCOME!
roit SOLRIEHH HE HUNT KKOJI,
'I HIS COL'XTV
Tint rlmlrinan of thn Oregon l
i ome I'liiiimUiiliiii, which Iiuh eatuh.
lUlii'd hfiiiliiunrtcrM at 4 2& Hcvcnth
Htreet. New York City, write to -1110
Mjcreliiry of our Commercial Club n
Horn In u chiinco for you to make a
KP'ut IiIk hit with tho liomu-comltiR
OroRon iilillr, niillorit nml morlnei
In New York
The iiiokI InnplrltiK thlnn a fight
Inr mmt from Kliimuth KuIIh ran ncu
upor li' nrrlvnl from over neon In a
inemtuRe from hU homo town. There
foie. will you pleime think up mmiio
rh.verly uonled Krectlni; In which tho
r.i'uio of Klamath Kails will strike,
tho eye of every ono of your notcllcrx
who vlmU the "Oregon lloys' Kow
If thin 4deu appeal to you, please
htive two attractive placards, about
24x30 Inches, prepared nnd onl.
ruinfully picked, to thin headquart
ers, for illspby. Am sure that this
will be ono of thn most effective ways
of ielnmlUK the returned heroes, of
whom tto nrn nil no proud.
Here Is it n opportunity tn take part
In welcoming the heroes from vrance,
nnd at the same time to extend tho
fume of Klamath Falls, Wo are us
sured by thn president und secrelury
of the club that this matter will he
properb attended to us soon ns prac
tical Letters nro also just nt hand
from the Chamber of Commerce of
thn 1'ylted Htntes and Stuto of Ore
gon, mul of Hpokuue, Wash. Also
from the World Trade Club of San
Francisco; from tho Ilureau of Tub
Up Health service of tho Treasury De
partment; from tho Furm Health
Service of tho Agricultural Depart
ment, and from other sources, asking
for Information and co-opurntlou, all
showing tho Importance of prompt
mid active work lit tho reorganization
of tho Klamath County Commercial
Club, We are truly on the ee of
i:reat (1ee'nmen( ill the Klamath
country and must gut busy
FOFK I'KOI'LK COMINfi FHOM
YAINA.Y HAVI-: XAItltOW F.S
t'AI'i: WHI MACHINi: T.IT.NS
'ITHTI.F. NKAK THIS CITY
To hnve their Fortl Car ovortutn
at a point about a mile, and u half
bej ond tho Altamont ranch on the
Ole no road and to have n narrow es
cape with their lives wus tho unlor
tuniito experlenco Saturday ovonlng
of Mr. and Mrs. L. rtanoy and Mr.
and Mrs. C, Mndsoy on their way
to this city from Ynnax. Alth).tt;h
bruised nnd badly shaken up, no ono
In tho party suffered extensive. In
juries oxcopt Mr. Llndsoy, who has a
fractured arm and Is still under cno
at the Klamath (ioneral Hospital, "'i o
car was upset when n quick turn w;13
miido from tho side to tho confer of
Tho wrecked party was discovered
about 7MT' by John Flodln of the
Floilln Auto Son Ice as ho was return
ing to tho elt. He arrived a few
moment lifter tho accident und tho
members of the party were Just find
ing out how bndly they were hint.
Ono of tho1 ladles was rendered un
conscious by her mil. Mr. Flodln
aided all tlio members of tho party
Into his car nnd rushed them to tho
"hospital where their Injuries worn at
toniled hy Dr. A. A, Soulo. IIo then
returned for the over turnod cnr.
TO VISIT AMF.IUCA
I'AUtS, April U. Cardinal Mer
clor, lU'liuuto of Ilelglum, informed,
thn Amornrnu coiiRrosamon visiting
IlriiBsols Hint ,ho would visit tho
United States noxt Octobor. , I
states mav withdraw from
I. KM III) OF .NATIONS O.V TWO
VEAHS NOTICE RACIAL EQUAL-
ITY IS ltF.IF.CTKI
FAKIS, April H. The following
offlc'nl summary of the covenan: of
the Icaguo of nations has been In-
"1 The league of natlona Is
founded In order to promote Interna,
tlonat co-operation end to secure
peace. The league will Include: (a),
the belligerent states named In a do
cument annexed to the covenant;
(b), all the neutral states so named,
and (c) In the ftituro any sclf-gov-crnlng
country whose admission Is
nproved by two-thirds of the states
already members of the league.
"A state may withdraw from the
league, providing It has kept Its ob
Mentions to date, on "giving two years'
"2 The league will art thru an
unsembly comprising not more than
thrto representatives of each of the
membter states, each stale having
only one vote, and a council compris
ing for tho present one representa
tive of each of the five great powers
and each of four other powers as se
eded from time to time by the as
sembly. "Tho number of powers of each
class represented on the council may
he Increased by the unanimous con
cent of the council and a majority of
the assembly. Other powers have the
right tn hit us members of the coun
cil during the decision of mntters In
v-hlch they are especially Interested.
"In the council, as In the assembly,
each state will have only one vote.
Doth these bodies arc to meet at
stetod Intervals, (the council nt least
onco a year); nnd nt other times If
required both can deal with nny mat
ter that Is of international Interest,
or tlmt threatens the peace of the
verld: the decision of both must bo
iiiianlmoiis except In certain specific
cases, matters of procedure, for In
stance, being decided by a majority
"The league will have a permanent
secretariat, under a secretary gener
nl The secretariat nnd all other bod
ies under tho league nny Include
women equally with men. A nrnian
ont court of International Justice and
various permanent commissions and
bureaus are also to be established.
"3 The member stntes agree (a)
to roilnco their armaments, plans for
such reduction bolng suggested by
the council, but only adopted with
tho consent of tho states themsolves
nud thereafter not to Increaso thorn
without tho concurrence of tho coun
cil; (10 to exchange full informa
tion of their military programs; (c)
to respect each other's territory and
personal Independence and to guar
antee them against foreign aggres
sions; (d) to submit all International
disputes olthor to arbitration or to
Inquiry by tho council, which later,
however, mny not pronounce an opin
ion on any dispute whose subject
mntter falls solely within a state's
domestic Jurisdiction; In no enso to
go to war until threo months after
an award, or an unanimous recom
mendation, bns been made, and oven
then not to go to war with a state
which accepts tho award or recom
mendation; (o) to regard a stnto
which has broken tho covenant as
having committed an net of war
against the loaguo, to break off all
economic and othor relations with tt,
and to nllow freo pnssago thru tholr
territories to tho troops of those
states which nro contrlbuilui' armed
force on behalf of tho league. Tho
council Is to recommend what
amount of force, If any, should bo
supplied by tho several governments
concerned, but the approval of tho
latter Is necessary. (States not mom.
hers of tho loaguo will' bo Invited to
uccept 'tho obligations of tho league
for tho jiurposo of particular ills,
putes. nnd it thoy fall to comply may
bo forced) (f) not to consider any
treaty binding until It has been com
municated to tlio loagte, which will
then proceed to publish It, to mlmit
tlm right of tho assembly to tulvlso
tho reconsideration of troatles and
Continued on Page S
AIR MAIL ROUTE TO
ALASKA IS POSSIBLE;
WASHINGTON', April 14. An, air-
plane mall route from Seattle to
Alaska Is being seriously ronslJ n-d
by Postmaster General Burleson, be
announced In a letter to Senator
Jones of Washington. Uurleson point
ed out, however, the establishment of
such a route would require an an
nual appropriation greater than that
provided by congress for the 1Partj
mnn 'a nlpnlonA inrt'lrn f - tha atn I..I
Ing fiscal year.
IDE IN Gin
LOCAL. FIRM GfTTS IHG COXTKACT
IX COMPETITION' WITH WIDK
OtTSIOK FIELD. OXE HUXD
The Oregon Harness Co. have Be-1
cured a contract to supply 'the U. S.
Indian service with 100 sets of har
ness, for which they will receive $90
each, $70 for the harness and $20
for the collars. This concern com
peted with 12 houses In the U. S but
were successful In landing the con
tract because of the fact that Indian
Superintendent West and his assist
ant Chief Clerk Hess and Construc
tion engineer Ilradley are doing all
In their power to see that the Ind
ians get the best value for their
money as well as helping to build up
this community and by buying these
goods In Klamath Falls the Indians
have an opportunity of selecting their,
own. Kach Indian Is allotted a sub. J
staqtlal amount with which to pur-,
chase cattle or build homes, etc. mak-'
ing $400,000 to be distributed. As all
the merchants of Klamath are. con
sidered first before sending outside
It means ill the same big pay roll,
for Hie County.
CATTLF. AND HOKSEMAXS' AS.
SOCIATIOX WILL MEET XEXT
WEEK. KLAMATH TO HAVE
GOOD DELEGATION" PIIESEXT
A most important meeting of the
Cattle and Horse Raisers Association j
of Oregon Is to bo held at Rend on
April 22nd and 23rd at which a large
tiolopatlon from Klamath County Is
expected to participate.
Tho arrangements for tho meeting
are In chnrge of tho Rend Commer
cial Club nnd the live stockmen of
the Deschutes sections which Insures
a lively gathering.
Tho list of speakers Includes T. W.
Tomllnson of Denver, Secretary of
tlio National Livestock Association;
P. U. Hedrlck. Frank Witherspoon
and George C. McCullen of Kansas
city. Senator Pierce, Dr. W. H. Lytb,
Robert WIthycombe, Professor E. L.
Potter, Mr. Peterson nnd Mr. Knvan
ngh of tho U. S. Forest Service.
Ono of the lending features of ;hp
conftng meeting Is to be a discussion
of tho transportation facilities of
eastern Oregon, In which tho Klam
nth Delegation will havo a prominent
BUSINESS MEN IN
SESSION THIS EVE
Important matters of business in
which all tho members n,ro vitally In
terested nro to come up tjils ovenlns
nt tho rogulnr monthly dinner of the
Klamath Falls Ruslnoss Men's Associ
ation at tho Mooso hull.
This, lira Association which la
handling tho problems peculiar to
tho business moil Is getting somo
good work dono nnd It is up to tho
mombofB to support this work bylstblo that Honry Ford, of Detroit,
tholr nresenco at the regular moot- i Michigan will he Invited to coma hero
Mugs. Incidentally tho dinner whWi
i is served Is a most onjoynblo social lines he has followed in Ma automo
Ifoaturo ot theso occasions. bllo plants lu America.
SUM TO ALLIES
Billion Bend Moat
FIVE BILLIONS IN CASH
Huge Indemnity That Enemy Ma&
Proride In at Lat Hade PabUc.
WiUoa Buy With Adriatic Prob
lem Today Amended Draft Get
Cold Greeting In London.
PARIS, April 14. Germany undor
the peace treaty must pay five billion
dollars cash or its equivalent In onv
modifies before May 1st, 1921 nd
must also issue to the allied or associ
ated governments twenty-one billion
dollars In Interest bearing bonds.
The Interest on the bonds until.
1926 will be two or three per rent
and five per cent after that date. Oth
er obligations will be provided in ad
dition to this.
The council of Four did not meet
today. President Wilson conferred .
with Premier Orlando and other Itai--lan
leaders on the Adriatic problem.
The Peace Conference has agreed
upon a date when the German dele
gates will be called into the Confer
ence, it is reported and it is beliereil
that this date will be some time prev
ious to April 20th.
The Japanese and French have
proposed amendments not In the cov
enant and they may renew these
questions at the Plenary session.
LONDON. April 14. The summary
of the amended covenant of tha
League of Nations evokes no enthus
iasm In the morning papers here.
Some declare It is even less satis
factory than the first draft.
COFXTY COUUT AT MEETING
SATL'IIDAV CURATES WATER
DISTRICT INVOLVING THUEE
THOUSAND ACHES r
The petition f6r the creation of.
tho Mallu Irrigation District which
was heard by the County Court on
Saturday afternoon was allowed ant!
active steps will be taken by the
ranchers Interested to get the water
on their land this season if possible.
There ijre approximately three
thousand acres In this tract which, ls
to be, watered by means of pumps.
,the water to be taken from the canal
of the United States Reclamation
This land Is known to be some of
the most fertile of the entire coun
ty nnd Its addition Jo the watered
area will mean a substantial addi
tion to the productive resources ot
GERMAN WAR CROSSES
STILL IIEIXG GIVEN.
COULENZ, April 14. Iron crosses
are still being awarded to German
soldiers in various parts of tho coun
try. Nowspapors In the Amorlron
occupied areas as well ns those pub
lished In unoccupied. Germany 7?ry
few days carry notices to tho effort
that word had boon received from
the war ministry that a soldier has
been awarded the Iron cross for some
act of gallnnty during tho war.
Ill'DAPKST WANTS HENRY FORD.
(Hy Associated Pi'iks)
IIUDAPEST, April 14. It Is po?-
nnd help organlzo factories along tha