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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1919)
Wcz Ewnina Mvtattt
OKFHI.W. IMI'IMI Ol'j
kUMAT" roi-XTV I
OFFICIAL I'APKR op
Thirteenth Year No. 3,597
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1919
Price, Five Cent
SOON ILL BE
I.OAV V(llKi:il.H TO
i.nrr i.moriy Mian Cnptiln
mill Ciimmltlcttmiiii fur tin.
inning Vldoiy Lniin Drive H
w lit lei'iou in lie nt in (l,t.i .'.
lows Hull nt (mid o'clock tumor-
row afternoon, when Fluid Mm).
ngiir Strong fur this district will
' ' hand in give limlriiclliMt 4
' for this work, illstrlhtito i,iiilii.
Officials Lend in Move on " """" """ """'" ' rk of
-" t in campaign lllln M n iiiohI In).
Dirt nnd Disease j pnrmfft meeting nnd inn pro-
j TALK TONIGHT fKUIVMTH AO IS
LIKE HIT MAKING A HIT
EPISCOPALIANS TO J
GIVE GRAND BALL'
re.Mi: and iixo orr now to cli;vi:r slogax aiopti;i
HOUSEFLY MUST GO
euro of every ono couuoricd
with tho drive In strongly urged
MA KM A OOOI TOWN, WHAT
TO DO IX KLAMATH FALLS
FHO.M MAX WHO KXOWS
Tlio first post-Lcnten ovent of so
cial Importance will bo tho grand liall
to Iiq given liy tho Guild of St. Paul's
Kplscopal church at the White Pel
ican hotel, Friday evening, April 25.
In anticipation of making this event
! one of the moil successful attaint of
ATTRACTING MUCH XOTICi: IX j tho season, tho ladles are already
LOCAL HAXKL'H OX CHLCKS IS
Pics i (.laments over tho entire' The slogan "When you Indorse thU
ftlo((n Hriillli mni nCIi-hhIIim-. ,
Appearing In Window of lliilnr
(,ur--AM of School Children'
Kn,(nlrk Will He Follinuil
meni or their guests. The famous
flve-pleco Peerless orchestra will fur
nish tho music, and punch will be
1 onrvnd t Vi wnti nhmii ttiA Im
i1"":"0' ""' '""'"""'"' " their check you start It home to the I.vestj This will be the first of a scries of
OLE HANSON TO AID j "r U ",'""y ""1 oralorknl town n tho 'aclflc Coast! Come and 'social affairs to be given by the Guild,
THF VIPTnPV I OAW ' ''"W,r "f "f r" 8m""1cI "t1 w,' 'c' for yoursolf!" which tfio Klam-jwhose funcons have always been so
IMC. VICIUKY LOAN Is to lecture here this overling at tho nth Btato IJdnk carries on tho back!successful and Popular.
making preparation for the entertain- "Irtish rremier f leads IOT
" ' j " "iu ,uu(V taillCB UU UlU UUCK i
! Houston Opera House on tho "Ks-i of all lu checks, Is attracting a great
ic Mry. r""""'" "' " (!""(l Town" ,lcnl of attention wherever it goes,
! 0,,l,' lt,','cl ha l"'1'1 tl10 8l'e,,k,r n' """I mny re tho pointed compllmen
lit tin- rov ,Kr()lU compliment Uy declaring that tary remarks that are penned undor-
A vlKonms rimpnlKn for rlpanliu
up Klamath liil In and milking lhi"iio-
fir.ltary ((imlltloii of the rlty ulinlit'on
1 HAN FltANCIHCO, April
I r Oo 1 f uii4iii will arrn
"ri'ineiit Invitation for a const I o- hi lectures are "ns fresh, as downv. m.nd.
roiiHt (...liking lour In hulinlf of th? "" ' Biinrlso In Kdon." Tho latest wag ono from the Presl-
''Iftirv Liberty lean he iiiimhiiikocI ,,r (iy ''" been brought to this , dent of the Now York Lubricating
HI, siib.'cu van "AmurUiiii-i- rlt r"r n rompllmpnlary talk to the Oil company, of San Francisco, who
rcslilciil. thru tho generosity of tho1 takes tho opportunity to tell J. A.
"I will attack any Plan of iinmlpr. 1,I1H' '! tho public schools, Cordon of tho White Pelican Garage
lug to or conciliating anarchist In ""'I ,llH "iibject ' no which Is ex-, who sent him tho check "Wo will
till country." he said. "This cIjss l'"'l''l "ring out overy rltlxcn who jsnino day," and It means that this
must be crinlicd. They must bo mndo haH ih" ,,,'"t I'Horests of his commun-j busy official wag sufficiently lm-
to feel the strong hnud of America.!! "- "l '"''"'' pressed, after taking the time to
run tlifl iimttnr to thn limit ntiil e.i- snntlmmit ns they felt In It Seattle ,l 'K I'ulleved Hint a more propl-jread tho statement and Invitation,
Utee all ttin regulations. during the attempt they made thero ,'"u """' 'or " l''tmre tit tl'ls char-to Bend his mossago to Mr. Gordon
The a hi of the fchool children has nt revolution." niter could not hae been p'-ked ns Through this method, Klamath Falls
Utn diluted, whlrh I awn a iow. Ilunsou niiiiounred he would ap. "'" community problems of Klamath ' Is brought to tho attention o fa class
that could bo reached In no other
tlitr mi Rlit to be, has been launched
if City llenllh Ottlrer Dr. A. A.
Snilf. Mii)ir I It Hirudin, and Chief
of I'ollre Hank Wilson, and then)
eetert'rlaltiK officer are going to
erful factor here lu gelling riutulu In I pear ul I'ortlnnd some time next
TIME IS NOT WASTED
Kngllnh Statesman Tells Hoa ot
Commons That Framing Leagae o
Nations Wm Time Saved Woald
Jjei RuHila Solve Its Own Probleaa.
Sjj.h Bolshevik on Wane.
FnlU mid Kliimiith County have
botm of UiIk kind 'week under tho ausplres of the Port- r,,n-l''l l'""'t where decisive steps
Tbo windows of tint tiualnpuj luul Pres club He will speak In San " ''e tiken and expert advice from
houifi are beliiB filled today with Francisco Tuesday ' " """,'1 Person will prove invalu-i wii j ilAwn FINFn
i - - - --. - . --
cirtonn mni slogans such as "No man
tin b full of Joy and illneiinn nt the
lme lime," "Itvgrels will not m.il;e
imtnda for being dirty," and "Tim
vr of dirt It dispute luul oftun .
draih" Coplcii of (ritlnaiire 2l'f,.
vblch ildflnes a nuliiaiire In till cllv
and paniphlel mil: how to prevent
dliMJK titul proinolo cleanliiiens inn J
"A Call lo Arms." Is the title of n
circular gotten out by Mayor HtruMc.
CMcf of Police Hank Wllion mill lr.
Sflule In which splendid advice mid
may valuable: suggestions for war
falii't t luiiino fly are given.
It mum lm kept In mlml that the
tfforu of the officials will be iiiuile
In vob. mileiis tb(ifcslileiits of the
tlljr, roue f huh dm npnthy wliSeh
an iiuia'nui in (lie iinnt hero, le
able If beeded.
, Miss Marie West, who U here In
ndvaii'o of the speaker and who mnde
the arrangements for the address,
has been speaking In the different
rhiiols of the city and a largo repre
rentatloii from that source Is assured
FOR SELLING BOOZE
SAILOUS AXI) SOLDI f:ilS WITH
THKlIt FAMILIES KXPKCTKDTO
UK PKi:SKXT AT CHHLSTIAX
CHL'KCH TOMOKHOW KVK
LONDON, April 16. Lfoyd George
In replying In the ho'use of commons
to the criticisms of the peace confer
ence, said that the situation is "still
(full of perils for all countries," and
pleaded that those who were trying
to do their best be let alone.
He declared that the time spent
in framing the League of Nations was
not time wasted, but time saved, as
the league would provide a means ot
The first public reception given to adjustment for possible errors.
tho returning soldier and sailor boys "r would rather leave Russia to the
in this city has been arranged for 'bolshevik," he said, "until they see
Thursday evening at the Christian (their way out of it than to see Eng-
Church nt the corner of Pine and i land landed in bankruptcy."
Ninth Streets. He Indicated his belief that tho
Big preparations are being made military Intervention In Russia would
for this event and It Is hoped that! be the greatest act of stupidity, and
C. T. Oliver, who was approhended every Klamath County boy, who was said that while the bolshevist were
day before yesterday by Olilcers WII-' Identified with tho army or navy apparently growing, that bolshevik
son and Hilton on a charge of selling ' du,lnK tho recent confl!ct. wl" deism itself was gradually waning and
i liquor, was brought bofore Justice,
The residents of the community arc " """ """""" -: , Too much gratitude cannot be paid to
reminded th.it there Is absolutely no' J. Chapman yesterday, where he ' the boys who went to the front and
expen.se to them lu attending this , pienu guiuy, offered their lives for their countrv
present with members ot his family, breaking down before the relentless
force of economic facts.
Y,tnTYX tl 4
ii'viw ii'inr run hit iitviitn ","" men n..-o .ui men i: , uciiw., vvpru id. Announce-
i..i.- mm. i wn if.i. iiMi.iiiu- nffnr m)(1 ml ,,,0 miy Ul1B tll!lt As ths wns tho first offense 1)y the ' and tho affair tomorrow evening is ments today of the peace conditions
l.; l,i:.(i'lll OF GAP TO UK l expected of them Is lo be on hand defendant, and his previous record n token of nppeclatlon of the sacrl- from France are denounced by tho
. vui !.. I !. I ha llm r . t Inltif )i n( It II ni linit liniH n t i-ui .In nn.l Mn...l L.. fl
, iw r,mii mi- iiiPiMiuiii'ii iiiiu itnih" "i i "' " "hi sii-juj nun kijuu, hu nee rauue. German press. Prince Llchnowskr
wns let off with n fine of $2.1 nnd The reception will begin at eight declares that "France forgets that in-
! coils, no promised that his first dlf- o'clock
'ficulty of this kind would bo his last. ' '
He at.irted to work this morning In
one of the saw mills.
COMPLiri'KII, i:.l'i:XSi: AXI) the humor of tho lecturer.
a.mopxt or gkaium; nexi:
Evidence tbnt Senntbr Chnrle M
ity is on the Job nt Viiiiiln;:'..in t.
tirainr thi ..luiiunn. and boo i t'.,,,""1 '" 8rc,,r," .n.truen..ii of
''.. fc... M 1... .1... tf....., II..
imiMioim rh.n A lllllo effort . i'"""" "" "' o -
tfcw part of Hi tire community. Itc,n c"mPn- ' '"dleated lu n wire
U dtclar.,1. win ,vrk a tri.iifor.na. Just welved by tho Klamath Com
lion that will !,, nsioiilsliiug Tl)o'morrlnl C)aU- nhlnK ,or 1nu "' n"
upport of t., m cltlten uhoiild ,'Ki iobssisi uini in iuib worn. (
liven tho Hiv in the (oinmeinliinlo TI, senator him Indlnited that ho PIUMFCT
Mmjialun whi. u 1 ,11 luen undert.ilK n j,lna l'lIM tlmt this construction can
. ' liu lirfim.lit nil, mt nl mi ivnrtv ,1utn
I? GET IT
i:GINKIItS Alti: NOW IHSV
ro iiui.ng watki:
NINE FEET OF SNOW
AT CRATER LAKE NOW
y REDS TDDi?
stead of leading to disarmament, an
unjustly extorted peace will brlngr
forth onlj- fresh armaments because
the mailed fist police can be main
tained only my a mailed fist." Ho
said that a peace of violence must be
H. i:. Momyer, assistant superin
tendent of Crater Lake Park w'.io
I Keeps the lecords thero during tbo
land Hint the development which has THAI T XI'AK KUVMATH
iieeu retarded throughout rtio Kast
lern niul .Southern parts of the state
for the past ten years, through 1 1 m ,
iiliiiiiiloinuent. can niraln nroceed. I
It Ik generally believed tlmt tho,
completion of tho night) -live mile
Ignp between Kirk, the present lerml- of
News that the government Is lny-
l lug plans for the Irrigation of the nig
1 Hutto Valley, n short dlstanco south
tho California lino, Is brought
... i.i .i. ii-ii . i .1 1 l.t.r.1. I... ( l.4 (if-iili..i xi li A n rn ml
(lllliivii HUB oi mo iMiiminn i mm iiruncii, nun , 1'iim j . ,"' .... ....
"Ill OP CITV HHFLIK'I'I.D.Oukrlilgo. the end of tho spur from rm u short business trip to Mt.
IIV HU'OltT ,,.. .VSTni'TIO,l''K". w''d advnnco tho duvolop-l j,,,llMm je8tprday.
I'ltOM MCCLOl'H HIVi:it TO IMG, winter months, nnd who is down for
a short business visit, reports that
there is now nine feet of snow at tho
lnke which is tho normal condition
for this tlmo of yoar. Thero Is twl"o
tho amount nt this tlmo last year he
sajs, nnd from present Indications
tho park will bp open to nuto travel
about July 1st. Five Inches of snow
foil thero last Sunday.
. LANDED HWi
SWAV OVKH CITV HOPSKS
lt()lllti:i), TRAINS STOP AND
"AS IIIIOI'GIIT AIIOUT SHOUT.
"WII OP HOOKS
A proof thm Klamath FiiIIh 1a
dlly growing lu population Is ro
" cl In the report of tho Klamath
I'iiWIp Library for tho first
' inonlhH or tho current yoir.
ur"iK this pound r.7S0 porsoiiH
" )"""' tho library; 3302 books
, ,, ,nkl'n "t. many of which went
'o n'0 country dlstrlctH. This n very
a,..;. ,"0I0'",(' "vor any preceding
i..I t?'"1 l3 '-at'rl''K t tho Won..
faVkf V rjr t,,,,b' Wl,lch ""
,y """nlnlnoil this institution.
'"18 BIOVVl 1. Iinwnvnc l ,...1l..
"-i.n, in i va ii 1 1 1 1 1 d
Imont of the entlro district sorveil soi Tu) ,,normous tract which com
I rapidly Hint the Increased shipping .,rM,a (lipi olmatoly 100,000ncies
lonnago would soon make up tho cost w11 Pl) Wilored from tho McCloud
ot tho Investment. Tho less oxpon-! mvor through the Antelope sink. Tho
In ...I. " u"u
boov" I'rnnoiinced shortngo of
J1, rll IMirary has hut 2.G00
(''IIIIUIUII IO (ISO I 111
LONDON, April 16. Completo an-j
nrchy now reigns in Munich. All
work has ceased and trains are not
Robbers aro today looting tho
FORMFR AUSTRIAN AFFICIALS ""uses unu uireuiuiiiug uiouaiihs.
Ki: Ri:PORTi:i) i:XKCLTTi:i)n 'nfnntry regiment stationed thero
Is said vto have joined tho Spartacan
LONDON, April IC A Copenhagen
dlsptach today says that tho llorlln
nowspapors print reports received
Dateless dispatch by Associated
TROOPS NOW POURING HACK
FROM FRAXCi: AT RAPID RATK.
1IKIXG TAKKX TO CAMPS FOU
NEW YORK, April IC Ninety or.
flcjsrs and two thousand men of the
91st Division headed by Major Gener
al William Johnston, tho Division
commander arrived from St. Nazaira
slvo haul In obviating tho Siskiyou ( ow project will be a, gravity lripo.l-j(rum trnvelers to tho effect that tho .Tress It is improbablo that tl0o the transport "Calamares" today.
grades would also' ho a big saving ' t0n and It Is expected that tho costs communists nt Iludnpest hnvo oxecut-1 worhl wlU k,,ow tho exact demand of j The ewlj. nrrivort troops Inclm'e
will ho economical. The walor Is to bii()l, An.n,iulsi! jOSOph, r)r. Aloxandor itho associated governments until f-i the 310th Knglneers, Field and Staff
C. Applegate ot thoitakeu from tho McCloud River lit n
Commercial Club Ih busy today pre
pailng Ihn data desired by the states
man. Tho moBsiigo received from
Senator McNnry follews:
point somewhere nbovo tho town of
Hat tela, nccordlng to tho present
plans. The fertility of tho Hutto Val
ley is widely recognized nnd should
ii.i.iu,i r.ii-wiiril inn niieh ilntn as Hip. meseiit lilaus mntcrlall70 on
you may hnvo concerning practlca- wx(.i tho government omploycos aio
i Ir and advisability or natron
cuioit. uisianco lino is hm. ....u. -, ,nrnnaol, ....rleultiiral nroJit
,.... ... ...num. .limn nml ilimntipn nri .wi.- ........... .r.-- .
ivin (iiiiiiinri .....i ...... ...-.....- -
track yet to complete,
N1CW HOMK PURCHASHI)
W. T. Shlvo, who recently purclinH-
od tho I, S. Voorhoos rusldonco nt 212
---..,vo IWllll llln .. ....... Ill
gently tho supply !,,, 0 "'" Btroot- ' J,18t ,nn,vod i"'0 hl'
for tl, ' ' ,B nuuiiiiiiii j , .,). l.lu r.nii lr Mr. mill
IIUIV 1II,1IU l.llll Hia llll.i. '
Mrs. Fry who formerly llvod thero,
hnvo movod to 42C Knst stroot, which
plnco thoy rocontly purchased.
'loiiiiind, especially hooks for
'f tho ,1
boov0 I'll'rnry 0,nb lfl ni,,,lK now
k ns rapidly ns Its resources will
"ll, lint no nil elini'
. " "" ciiargo is mauo
tJ i? '!S of 1,no,ta' Uo receipts aro
,f ' ,""". fomliiB principally from
look, ti "P1KllK0,,C0 ,l1 rotiimlnB
ther y R K,10','Hly l'nylng
Hon i ,B ox"0,,,,l,B "f tho IiiHtltu
. 'ut atltiiiionnl books nro neodod
i'coI;;;lbrutrodnin5' b,t8 -u m.r
WKSTKIIN HOYS IIOMIO SOON
N1CW YORK, April IC -Among tho
01st djvlslon troops which dlHomhark
ed yostordny were tho Headiiuartors
Second and Third lluttallon Mochlno
Gnu co'iipany and Companies 1), 10. F,
(J, H, I, K, L nml M of tho 301st
ovv working It will mean an onor
'oi's Increased ngrlcultural
tlou of northern California
RF.TURX FROM SAN FRANCISCO
Wokorlo, tho former premier, m,d ,er uio louious aro lormauy apinisuu
Huron Joseph Kxteprenyi, tho mln-, "- tliom. but n secret plenary session
Ulni- n( enmnmreo Tlian rniwirlo Will DO IIUIU III UUVUIIKU, M. mill .111
hnvo not yet boen confirmed.
HACK FHO.M CALIFORNIA.
Mr .and Mrs. A. Hardonbrook, with
tholr sou II, L. Hardonbrook, and
daughter, Mrs. Merle Houston, arriv
ed last night from Oakland, vvhora
Mrs. Hardonbrook has boon undergo
lug trentmont for somo tlmo In a hos
INDIAN CASK POSTPOXKI)
Tho case of Jim and Nina John
son, charged with an assault upon tho
person of James Howard Saturday
night at thn Lost River dam, which
was BOt for yostordny nftornoon in
tho Justlco court, was postponed until
II. II. Cnmpbell, n woll known ro
sidont of this city, who hns been
spending tho winter In Southern Cali
fornia points nrrlvod yesterday ti't.
ornoon by auto. Ho enmo In ovor tho
Topsy Grndo via Agor, Several other
nutos from Southern points hnvo
been noted on tho streets during iho
pnst few days and it will not bo long
until tho tourists cars will bo thick
on tho streets. From nil indication
Hie travel of this klmUhls soason will
ho much hoavler this year than over
Tho wedding coromony of Krnest
Grafton of I.ninona in Shasta County,
Crllfornln and Miss Ada Harrington
wns performed yesterday nftornoon
by Justlco N, J. Chapman. Tho groom
Is a saw mill employoo.
Headquarters, veterinary, ordnance
and modlcal regiments.
An engineers train with companies
tho allied government will know what ,. to F. inclusive has departed Tor
thoy are. Camp Lewis. Sixteen hundred troops
Tho soviet troops seem to have won I of tho 40th Division of Califonla,
at least a tomporary wlctory in
Munich. Tho government troops nro
"TURN BACKWARD OH
TLMO IN YOUR FLIGHT."
DETROIT, Mich., April 1U. Do
troll claims tho distinction of being
Iho homo of tho oldo3t active barber
In ih6 world. Tho colebrit's nan o Is
Daniel Casterton, SO, who started
harboring tho exquisites when tho
old-fashioned nickel bought n sliavo
and marcelling was tho rngo amonfj
tho dnndlos. When ho started In tho
business Castorton said tho young
blades were addicted to ruffles, curls,
forceful porfumes, occasional dunti,
poetry nnd whiskers, Ono of his pain
ful recollections concorns his holng
"bound out" to a bnrbor who allowed
him to work for threo years and then
paid him with a pair ot trousers,
Nevada, Utah', Colorado, former Na
tional Guard men have also arrived.
Thirty nine officers and 1,000 men ot
the 3C4th Infantry of tho Ninety
First Division left today from Camp
Mills for Camp Lewis nnd other west
ern camps for demobilization.
HHP.F. FROM KANSAS.
Mr nnd Mrs. Vv J. Stroigler nro
recent arrivals from Easton, Kan3a3,
who havo como to look tho coun.try''
over with tho idea of locatlngThoy
were guests yesterday at tlijrWl
WASHINGTON, D. C. April 16.
Viscount Ihlo, .the Japanese ambas
sador, is to leavo next Monday for,
Toklo for a conference with his government.