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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1919)
OKKICIAL PAPER OP
-. IMATII l '
Thirteenth Year No. 3,596
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1919
Price, Five Cents
ALIEN ENEMIES TO
SOON BE FREED
MTTLE HERO :
I'OIITI.ANI), April If, Within a
fuw wrckn, many (if tin, Mil) alien
'imniloit In Oregon, who, under llio
prtmlilKin'ii iiriH'Iniiiiiiliin, wen, re
quited In miiiirt t villous imrloilit.
Ilhnr In n'rmm or liy writing, tn
'nltod Hi ut ik Attonny I In iiny iir John
1). Miiiiii, rlilef deputy Pulled Htn'n
mtiMluil, u In. freed from IIiIh ilu'y
BIG TREAT FOR HUGE TASK FOR
KLAMATH FALLS NEXT CONGRESS
ACTOR AND WRITER
PASSES AT EUGENE
I ..! Purchase Ever Made nreordlng to lnform.itlon remixed
Friday by Kii(.nil nut
PROMINENT ( ITIKXS IlltlXOIVO
ix ii:i.i:im.Ti: t.u, ui.it rou
i,i:rinii: tomorrow xioht.i
Kl'OENE, April IT, Chas. R. War
ren, former actor and writer, of lion
ton, anil for the past few monthi pro
prietor of the Merchants Dianatfii in
thlH city, lias panned away hero from
erysipelas at tlio ago of 4G. A largo
trunk In his room at the Bmeed hotel
wan niicu witn manuscripts or , 'ays,
IV .Mlllliu: ok MAV, MAMMOTH stories and poetry, an accumiiatlon of
n life time, which If pieced together
would tell an Interesting story of a
romantic though little heard of life.
In the trunk was a card from Mar-
MiAitTiHit relieves nir i:..
TRA SESSION WIM, 111. CALLED
'""H"'"! . n.llflltllld
I Miiny of them, aliens who wen, iir-
- , riwti'il for violation of tin- wntur-
. front xoiiii law, had deposited ImiiiiIn t'"' rll' "' Klamath Kails will hoi PORTLAND AmHI m ..ti.
MANY OWNERS THERE .,, l - .. . leading ct-' t of won I0 0 carrled0Mt by TZ
' ICOO Tho hlKh,.,, ll iiooo h . nv '""'" '"", HC,","I', "' lh" ll,,U",on "- t" nCXt C"nKrCM W'" "e U,e rat-l nulot. secretive Warren for the serv-
U Tart nf Sinn A..r..prtall by few arn greater tin... IfiOO. :'ra ",", '' "ven.ng, when "1 '" he W.tory of the nation," said ; ce he hud rendered during th3 war
toftr for Iwltan- Ulll I HmI j m, li arc ro nor j. ni . v,.. nt the noonday meeting of Kl- poem with a musical setting. Anoth.
ti'.Vrit Ve l) for Olnnl Hrl t)ll, ori,r ,,,,, Mr ., tilled, ( -The Essentials of it Oood ' wnnlH clu ln Motel Portland. Mc- or letter was signed by President Wll-
rfflrt,ll.,. HNl.mlUr.1 YcMrr. who',,, ,,t report any morn T"" KoZnZlZt fTT", ! i ""i "?" Wh. ,CXPrer2d !"
oftsiiir i. i .,..'...., It In seldom. Indeed, that nnvihlmr con!rcs not later than May 15. and president's appreciation for the
d,yW'liincr Aiiniiuiirril Hooii,
nidi on what It 10 ho tho lsrKrHt
ytrrjif nf llvcMock eor inmlo for
tt( IndlfliK of Hi" Khiiuiitl, liiilln.i
Rmrrall"" "'" siihiulttid at thn
Kliaalh Awnrr ifstanUy, wlmn
prteM on 5'J75 lirm! of entile w,t,
inbmllted ty hhU l tho Hi'servn
lion official The mot.oy for tht-lr)
tartlw I to come out of the $40H -000
fund ni'proprliiti'd noum time ago
k; ContrcM, for llw, slock mill (jt,lp-
r Cililfmrn from many point wore
oabtnd to luluiili hhU yesterday4 lint
fatkfrn Oregon iiunori), ticrorilliiK to
tttort lll v I1"' i' -Kit fill routcnt-j
itli. Th,e " '' h" nii.tiit.ured In
i fev J.i)K
Tbc 'iirrhn "f t'ii rallli, will he
ihf Urtwt iimh' Itt'i'i vxpl'iuU'd from I
tU blK tiiroirinltl I
II II Hrnmi'll of the PivIh llonie
ltd fnlllr i oiniinnv of Haxlii. Cull
fsmll, K'UnilKP llrotliorn. Jnmi'S
Smalt ami Mr PiMmr from Sll,r
Ule in Like Ciiinly, (inoigo Walt,
J U llecili" I, (lerln-r. Msttiy
Broibtri, I nn and Hide find
Cimpbcll Hrnihirii wern mining thn
KlJtmli rnitlcMn who .tuhmltted
lock for nlc
Soiso of '' imi.iey from the ni
ftoprlillon i io ho oxpetnUM fur
Umri for itn Indians, plans for
blch linwi iln ,.11 heon oinpleti'il.
Firm insclilnerv nil other erjulp
Bent li nli,, , t.i i.tirrlianod
, hn notified personilly, he said l)ls
Icrt'llon w In, lined hy the depart
me.it In selecting tin, onr.i
leiiseil from reporting ear
on par with this lesturo Is avallahlo ,r",,ll,,Jr ln vlew f recent develop-1 worthiness of the author's servica In
Io the people of the city, and to learn m0n,,,' n" carly n" Mn' D' Tno rccon-. the war. A letter from United States
Johnson, of California
In the collection.
being made for rela-
iHirluie section of Vermont, a gradu- ' "", ' er,uu- I lnes ,n lno r'esl ol u, man wno "v
ate of Vale and thinker of far more' , , ""f01 ,,a,kor' rcC0"U' ,,acK ,roln , cd 'ere qnletlythe p:uit year.
,., i i.m. .. .... Il1" trl t" tho cast, where ho attend-'
i n iinwMi hi'ou; nun umu it nruuu
! to h, re. "'", l" " " ' Klven here Is "truc"on expenditures during 1910 Senator Hiram Jo
" J ,l "r Indeed good news to the public. J e "pected by McArthur to he great- was also Included
Dr. Gray, who Is a native of a lum- r U",in Un' dUrl"B an)" year of tho, A flCarch Js bc
Allied and German Dele
gates Meet Next Week
UNREST THRU INDIA
Kngland and France Will Get Mjegest
Kliare of Indemnity, Accerding: to
Present Indications Smaller Pow
ers Arc Expected to Enter Protest
mi:miii:hs ok wom.ws uli.ii:k
roups cai.i.ko t aii in com.
pi.irn.vo iikaw worn ok
A Kperinl ,len to tho iuii''-i .if
tl.f local Chapter of the Wonin
Unllef Corps to rally Io the V ' 'ir i'i
Kd CtoK during the next fi-
U rheii hy the officials of ,, , o,
((iiny. What Is lielleveil to In, tlin fi, i
il.ioti for the Iteil Croi w k hen
lies been rerelvr-d some time ,uvt ti il
It Is tieri'ssnry that II he ro',rli'd
n . an early iltite. I'p Io tliU Imu
hi.woxer. the nlteiidiinri' t III,' (r
roo.iia has fiillen off fa sutMiiMi '!
tlutt It w'll he luiiosiliii- , Kt i
i'oiii' on lime u.ilei", there , tvi.i i
iret ml en l the imxt ,
MeniluM of thn Hellef ('!, '
I i'o slooil lii'hliul Ihls I'niMe o ,w I '
during the months of lho,nr md
who lenliti, how Important 'll N. will
It Is believed, when uolllU'd of the
oil. come ogulu to the front inn)
Hit out tho final effort that U ne
eviiry to malutiiln the goo I rne ml
that Klamath lniHtc;irveil for llfolf
cd tlie conferenco of governors and
"' mayors, said he wag also greatly Im.
ppresscd with tho responsibilities de
volving upon tho next congress.
I,, I Hewitt, local attorney, was
a) pointed by acclamation as presl-,
il nt to fill tho vacancy left by tho '
lately resigned president, George A. I
Low nj Prank O. Creasy, manager.
o t i flaiild company, was elected MAW
(By Associated Press).
DATELESS Prospects of peace
have suddenly become brighter as the
result of agreements just reached by
the Council of Four. The announce
ments now indicate that within a
short time the war-torn world will
begin to resume something like nor- i
On April 25th, 165 days after the
last gun was fired, the Allied and Ger
man delegates will gather at Ver-
Wic ruKldont. B. Maldwjn Uvans
md lowoll I'atton entertained w lj.li j
it ngs .Miss Marlon Bennett accom
panied Mr Evans nt tho piano.
AltE ItKI'OIITKI) THIll'OfT THE
MIDDLE WEST STATIC.
CASES OK XEW DISEASE saH'es to discuss the peace treaty.
President Wilson has indicated
that the treaty with Germany will be
HAS completed very shortly, and that
' meanwhile the conflicting' claims ot
SPKEAI) KKO.M ECltOPE Italy and Jugo-Slavia will be given
j preferential consideration.
I It is considered probable that the
WASHINGTON", April IS. Seven- German allies will be called to Ver
ts cpes of sleeping sickness, 44 of sallies immediately after tho German,
which ocurred In Chicago, have been 'lelegates have passed on the Allied
SIKETINO OK COMMEIK'IAI, OK
OlMZATION SECltETllir T
l)l I I .MAY 'liSII AM) -.Min).
p.rrTio i:st heke
reported from Illinois to thexpubllc
health service during the three weeks
ended March 'J.
Of the 17 states from which reports
li vo been received Illinois has been
tho heaviest suffe.er from this dlsase,
ns to tho nature of which the public
. hoalth service expresses no opinion.
New York came net with between
' CO and 70 cases: Virginia, 2S, and
Louisiana, 14. Three cases were re-
Dlt. OKA SAMKEI, OKAY
of hitmnr which is declared to be far
inure contagious than tho Spanish In-
CNpt O C Applegate has reeelvod l)atlcd from Iowa
a Idler from the Executive pecretary ",n Benoral," according to tho pub.
ol tho Dalles Chamber of Commerce Ilc health service, "the diagnosis ap-
fi- m which wo make the following 'lo:lr!' ,0 lmvo been basei1 birgely on
orcniliiii' "'e condition of sttrpor and thero is
' Since attending tho convention of " mca t determining whether or continue In Germany.
Wellington State becretarles I lmvo not tho ,-ases reported nro identical
Germany, by tho terms of the
treaty, must pay lOO.OuO.OOO.OOO
gold marks, the equivalent of $23,
S20.000.000, at the pre-war rate of.
It is reported that the Germans
must withdraw all troops from a zone
of twenty-five miles on tho right bank
of the Ilhine.
It is indicated that France and
England are to receive the major part
of the Indemnity, about S5 per cent.
Smaller powers get their shares ot
tho remainder, and aro expected to
be dissatisfied. Riotous disorders
The situation in India Is now rath-
nrnn m iiiv nn i
ntua in niiA-ur i
AT FISH CAMP
YKHTKItllAY KltOM 1-OST ICIVEIt
lAM I'Olt HEATING I'P COM.
paniox in Mi:i:i,i:i:
v.u.r.in.i: siock kahm in
W'IKIII um.it VAI.I.I5Y IH TAIC
:n ovi:u iiv i.ocai, max kkom
T,ie "ale or tho itnluli Connor.
"1th, 0110 Of till, rinnal i,liirl rn.w......
'"inewood Itlvor Volley to Oeorgo " v111 mnin.nr i.
", I Well kllOWll culllKfliim lit Ihla.
"'fi II annnmii'ixl ,,,, i... i i
Bellman ana flon, tho deal having
Mr. Watt ig givon Immodloto pos-
UllOB Of hH now nrnnnrtv uhlrh
WMliti of lh ...i.,...
l "vivn lllld wiiiuii
wuu one of tho finest ranch homes
im county. Mr. Connor, tho form-
nir, resides in Troy, I'onns'yl
TMl. The consideration of tho deal
"m not made public.
whJr; .w't ny tako his family,
... .'' at pro"ont ln Sa" PranclBco,
l"i ranch for tho summor months.
,:, D,OK0, nn Indian of the
HiH'tun He has been spoken of ns a feU ,mlt th(J 0reK0I1 secretaries nro wlt" tlloe observed in Europe. Aer disquieting.
con.liliintlon or bam Jones, Hilly bun- mgB au opportunity for mutual considerable number appear to have
iiny anil n er.nont uinkco. "eLi,i ,, i,upralon thru not ln'ng
. i.i a .i... a. i.
lei,.. o,.i un u. nppt-i,, ...... .t ,s 0lpnl,iz.n( nIul i nm wrltlns to
hard to resist He will give a talk ln..lln ...... , t,,.., ...i,,, .,, ,.ti,nr ,
r.HKcluI iecrelrirles of tho sta'o in
" district who paid a vUlt to
Rhorlff Oeorgo Humphrey arrived
Into yesterday from Lost Hlvor dam
bringing Jim Johnson and Nina John,
son who wore charge! with assault
ing one Jacob Howard following a
quarrol thero Saturday night. The
hoarlng of the defendants la In pro
gress this afternoon at tho Justice
Court ot N. J. Chapman.
'A largo dnlogatlon of Indians aro
campod at tho Lost Hlvor dam get.
ting tholr winter supply of mullots nt
this tlmo and tho altercation occur
red at this point. Tho Shorlff re
porta thut Jim JnhnBon was on a
horse and ready to loave for points
unknown when ho arrived on tho
that will stir Klamath Kails as notli
Ing clue has stlrrod It, and It thoro Is
a community whore, such an addrcsa
could ho delivered moro suitably, it
Is not listed.
Thu entertainment tomorrow night
will ho absolutely without cost, and
It will bo something that cannot bo sire to present at tho meeting. Let us
heard as a usual thing outside ot tho
It Is up to tho rosldonts to pack
tho Houston opera house tomorrow
night and show tholr appreciation.
Dr. Gray wilt como ln on tho evening
train. Arrangements aro being made
for music previous to tho address.
SINNOTT WORKS WITH
NEW STATE CHAMBER
WUnty nn ... i
tn,.. - unioiuojr III BUI1IU
?nr fouiwi i.i. a ' tu
JJweorn urIt,ng , 0UtVtKe f,06"0' Ho wa1'! forfmor,y mmbw f
orner, nn ho wont ,to 0 , tho Indian police force.
1 ' '
PRETTY NEW HOME
TO GO UP SOON
count.. ......... "" lu " ""
B , W,U1 "'8 customary roal.
chh. rn Boomo' to havo the host
we- affair when Stokes was iIUcoy
.... V 0,tlco'H Wilson and Hilton
' Ut n. .,0 th0 I'coful aocluslon of
": c"y linn. ,
dtM?"1"3" ,,,foro Ju,1b A' x"
, j, ' llls mornlns whom ho paid
im 0t f,V0 '"Unra for Iih offonsn
' lean ,' 'olonsu('. Maria of tho of-
tfn,n, . vor wl,oro tl10 'lofonrt.
"""I'l his Joy wu,or W0f0 frut.
Plans for a now bungalow nt tho
corner or Eighth nml Joffnrson
strootH for 13. II. Hosley nro now prnc
tlciilly complotod hy Architect Herb
ert IJ. Pougo. Tho now homo which
Is to bn up-to-dnlo In evory wny nnd
of thu boat coiiBtriictloii will bo it
Bovon room uffnlr. lllds for tho ecu
tract lmvo not jot boon lot.
POIITI.AND. April IB. Arrang3.
ments havo boon made by tho State
Chamber of Commorco to have Sena
tor N. J. SInnott moot with I ho com
ir.ltteo appointed by tho stnto cham
ber on land settlement todn, to Uls
i:ipn land measures and anticipated
appropriations by congross.
It Is tho Intention ot the Btato
chamhor, according to Socrotary Goo.
Qunylo, to co-operato with tho con
gressmon from this district and pro
sent Oregon's problems at the noxt
Bossion, Flguros covering all ot Ore
gon's domands will bo compllod and
tho conforonco m"ay bring out othor
points which tho Mnto orgnulzittton
may work on.
ATTEXTIOX HOYAI, MASONS.
porft'cllug i.n organization of li.e
Oregon Commercial Secretaries m
tho Dalles, May 22nd and 2;lrd I
am depending upon your assNtan.'e
In nrirntilzlnir nml will Ire nlpnspd to
havo you Indicate tho .subject you do- M1,0" 1c,an be oba'"od requiring
I jiw.jbii.iuuh iu itjjiuri, uu cusea sus-
got together, orgnnizo and talk over '""'"' ut uc""i '" ""B "'".
tho wor kthat wo may capitalize the'
successes and profit by the failures. MILL MAN ANXIOUS
May I hear from you soon?"
The people ot the Dalles and of all
counties north ot us are anxious to
unite far mutual work in building up
tliA wnnt nan t fa I HtiAVnii OAlltllPir
WHO ijivni vciumi vivftuii vuuiuin
and especially in Improving the auto of the Obenchaln estyte, of which he
and wagon roads and ln securing has been administrator for the past
followed an attack of influenza." PARIS, April 15. The Echo de
The dlseaso has been made report- Paris says that President Wilson ln
nblo In England nnd several health 'tends to sail for tho United States on
officers have Inquired whether suc'ij April 27th or 2Sth, after being pres
a procedure "might not bo desirable In ent for the opening meeting ot the
this country. California already has -Versailles conference. Colonel House
included It among the reportable dis- will then act for him.
eases and the public health service
believes that much valuable lnforma.
FOR STRAHORN ROAD
S. C. Hamaker ot Langell Valley is
In the city making final settlement
railroad connection between the Col
umbia region and the potential
wealth of Klamath and Lake.
j eight years. He expects to return to
his home tomorrow,
Mr. Hamaker is owner ot one ot
the industries of Klamath County
that Is dependent on the completion
ot the Strahorn line to Dairy. It is
tho sawmjlll on Iiryant mountain.
This mill Is located eighteen miles
from Dairy and as soon as the Stra
horn lino Is completed to Dairy, Mr.
Hamaker wll begin shipping the cut
ot his mill to Klamath Falls.
lingular Convocation Royal, Arch
Masons this (Tuesday) evening, nt
7 '30, Sojourning Companions cordl
ally Invltod. Full attendance of mem
lota roquestod. 12, K. Miiroo, Soc'y.
PARIS, A horseman without legs
was tho extraordinary sight witness,
ed tho othor day In the Bols de Doul
ogno. The rider, an old cavalryman, used
a side saddle, to which he was buck
led for safety by a strap attached to, NEW BRICKMAKING
tho back of his belt. Ho was accom
panied by n mounted attendant. The
spectators showed their admiration
for tho plucky war victim, whoso lovo
for tho saddle had ovorcomo what to
most peoplo would seem nn Insur
1I.UIY 01RI, ARRIVES
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Ilurton ot Mo
doc Point aro tho pioud pnronU ot
nn eight pound baby girl born yester
day, l)r, A. A. Soulo was ln attend-
With tho purchase of five acres of
ground In tho Ruonn Vista Addition,
near St Cloud nnd tho socurlng ot tho
old Cooller brick making plant, W. D,
Mlllor and R. Smith ot this city havo
nnnouncod their Intontlon of launch
ing Into tho brick business hero.
Thoy will move tho brick plant from
iltjs fonnor location to their now
proporty. Tho site was purchased
from the Klnmatn Development Company.
SEVERAL ATTACKS ON STOCK IX
WOOD RIVER VALLEY HATB
I1EEN RROUGHT IN. DOGS BIT
TEN, DEING HELD
Reports of rabid coyotes appearing
ln the Wood River Valley and north
ern parts of the County and causing
a loss ot stock are brought In by re
sidents of those districts.
, One or two dogs are reported to
have been bitten and are being held .
to see whether or not they have be
come Infected. The losses of live
stock have thus far been light.
Prompt measures taken by ranch
ers of the county, when this menace
has appeared In times past, have
stamped it out very effectually no
reports qf rabid animals having been
note.d for two years or more, nnd It
Is expected that tho same results
will follow In this Instance.
CALLED AWAY RY SAD NEWS.
Mayor I. n. Struble left yosterday
morning Tor Corvnllis to attend the
funornl of his nephow, who died la
that city Sunday.