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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1919)
THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
PA (IE FJVK
I It H.I' HlllKI.MJMIh i loin, UMi'tMSic
tMONtl HID I ; t I I' III' III IS I l WHUIIMM
(jOIMM AM I1IMIMH III I IICM, ll,,h
... m HlniP"" I'll"'""" """
" i .... I.. I.iul 4tfittifnir
tho trnlii arrival "
of Iteildlng I" li'iru
III llllltter of IiiihI-
j K Urn'"
for a !'"
A TIidiim'" nf llenwick, Calif., Ih
,,i,tcte.l l'i"v "' "'" VV1"" VMian
Vlrtory I.niin drive, who has been
horn fur thn past few days on mailer l'1'" iidmlnililu plctun
certain Unit nH l.oviiy Mnry In Alice
Hegiiii KIco'h rnmarkrihlc sory, Miu
will Mi'ir.i tt'iolliur triumph Tln rlmr
inter of the kIi nf llrnfii-lil ()riliiui
'e who In ever I'.iuly to hiitlle for
fuxtlcn mill liiitiiuiilty even llimigh
ln mifrr tlieiefnr I- inif Unit will
Im wiuiiily iMiinci liiicd hv her nnny
MIH limit Ik flnnly supported In
of business cuiiuecteil Willi tluit work.
Iuft for IiIh hoiiin ut 1'ortliiml thin
Mm. (Innrgu Wiillon Iuft mi the
Iniln IMIm morning for Him l-'riim Inco,
whern Htm will greet her brother, II
iijtfi.ti.i Mi.. i... i . . ....
""" """ """ J""1 "iii.ni. Unit wind women wen, wont lo Im
'I rr oversea surli-ii with tlm ,,., ,,,, .,.,,,,. ,.,.,. .
touched when limy foiuiil themselves
inirmiod liy morn (linn mio sweetheart
g , (Willi i t . ' 317.II1 infantry. Tim iiiiiik mini Im
tl for n ,ll"r, ,,m" fr",M l'"rl ( been In Frame nearly Awo jeur Mrs.
Klamath i Walton tiXii'(tn to Im away f,ir uhmit
i; sv.li""' returned lust night ""' "'"V".
,fl)mbuim-'i"l ioKhii Pruncim-ci ,)IU, Hl,)())(i (l ))rolll n,.nt ,,.
ml ilni" l N' ''''' 'mini nf Urn Dairy dlstrlit Ik IoeHJiii:
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Rnlilrt tlv lin Iipnriltes It flirill ' ."... .n ....... ..aii. in m inuiliy
.,iSiif (hi '
te jMlor.Inv uftcrimuii,
mini lining (.i.rflli Hughes iie part
nf ltM WIkkr In III (In- ( ipHliln hand
nf Mniv f'nrr. Hugh Km i directed
I Ik- production.
Way luck In tlm nrly dins nf tho tr"v,,r" '""I tourist.
world when sirens were unknown liv
Tli following bulletin on (lie mail
coiiillllniiN In Oregon Ih pu'dlshcd liy
tho t'liltccl KtaN'f Forest Service
These reports will In. fi it IjI IhIiimI frc
iiui'iilly by ili Herald during tjiu
comliii; ii.imiiii for tlio lioiu-llt of all
I COUNTY'S ;
(Conilntifil from phrp 1)
Inrn HtntcK. Thy Western H(ate,
IniK''ly Interested in IrrlB'tlon, liavp
lt'H tliim 10 mcmlierH on( of tin; 43..
meiiilie.ni of the lloimc. It Ih for tUU
i3Hoii that wo are compelled to no
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triillHiirtcil liUKlll(ntH,"'"' '"' '"" ) ' r.'i'nrm nun
, on1 1 1 ti mih In (hat Meitlmi urn nf thn
iiuk( at IIiIh time, anil (hat dm worh
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J!rl. OiiCiir i nail""'" "'" " '" umcihi hi lull Npeeil sir Hlionk irn-
dlf(M a prnHperniiH neiixon for the
Mr ami Mr W li ranij'i.oii nun ,, n, aimhorii railroad-
i. .mi todnv from l.uri'lla.
u' II Krftl' . WI1H amonK tlm train
tTal Iml iukIiI fi"i Mfilford. lie
IIIIUMI t Hi" l1"'"' """ I
jiu (' V. Iieaiiiilt, who Iiiih lioon
le for a litiri vlnlt frum Dttutiiiulr.
iturnfd lo Iht lionin tliln iiioriiliiK. '
J. K. Sihlifliler ! Iirn for u uliorl
kmln l"11 ,rom I'ordaiul. lie Ik
itopplns a( llio Wlillo I'ellcan liutul
V A Marllii Ik iiiiioiik tlm riicen(
irrliili In thlN city from Huiittlo. Ilo
liltijlnitnt tlio Wlillo I'tdlcan lintel.
ilr. anil Mr C II Carrol art; here
lor hort tlimi frnm Krcmio, Calif.
Th; ro rcgUtorcd at (Im Hall hotel
W K Lkiiiiii of (he l.amin l.umliir
tonpanr uf Mndnr I'nlnt Ik luoklnn
liter builnrun liiteri-Kti at (tin county
William Kordney of (ho JameK
Mmmtllt company of l.orolla. wan
la the city yettnrday on matter of
Mr. anil Mr OrorRn I'etomon, who
caaa hero n few day ao from
ManhAfld, left on tlio train today
Martin I.. Sutton of tho 9th Coait
irtlllcry, arrived on (he train laat
alibt from OToraeai. Martin Is a ion
otMn. Prank Sutton.
Prank Orohn, a prominent cattle
Baa of Langell Valloy, came In ye
tirday afternoon for a short builnci
'Wt at the county eat.
t. D. Otcy, who haa been horo for a
ihert time, vlnltlnn at tho homo of
Hi iliter, Mra Hebo Boulo llratton,
marned to Dorrla today,
II. 8. Wood, superintendent of tho
Pillcan Hay mill, hun received n telo.
nam from his son. Claud Htanloy
ood, saylnK ho m, arrived In New
Torlj from ucroM tho boiik.
Mha W Kranti, teachor or the
Lorella achool, Iiiih deon compelled to
H'up her work thoro on account of
PMr health Sin, loft fur her liomn tn
, Portland thla niomlriK.
Word hint Juat heeil roculvnil rrnm
Sneant 'Illlllo" Weuka hy IiIh nliitor.
Wm Dorothy, t tho iiffect that ho Ih
l0 en routo for Camp UiwIh, and
IH Probahly hn releumul nmi I........
h short time.
Kdward N Htronir. fii.t.i ,,,,,.
-- m ! Sf'
" uisinct for the coiiiIiik IiIki
Three KlverH, AIhc.i Itlver, Kiiboii'
rinrnine .mil KciittKlniri'-Alleih:inv
rnnilH. In the vldnlty of (ho SIiihIuw ' lr, lh ' of tfl Northeastern
national furriit. are not yet open for anil Southern Statei. With this In
IhrnuKii travel. Mttlo North Fori; view, It lB the purpose of the Sccre-
ro.nl and the Kantlam wni;on road are .... , ..... .,.. ... , , .,
Ilnw a mnderii Hlren danr.lei men'H m.lh dosn.l to travel. IleeauHo of "'" ''"' ".""'--"'
hrlilHOH helnt; hurried out. It Ik very "" '""i""""' aiiiinijiriauon lor me
pohHlhle that Mtde North Fork root" landn In the South; 1-3 In (lie Weit.
will not hu open until late In tho and 1-3 In the Northern States aside
"':l"""- from the Wontcrn States).
(' l '111 ia.j-VJIII11 Will HV ICJ . f tl
n,1 In fnlr r,llll,. l.t,w f- ,.,. 't l IllipOHlble for One
con' Clly and I!nmklm:s ItniiKh be
tween llrooklnnH arid Gold Dench.
Crtter I.aku HIkIiwii) Open and
In fair condition ietwu"ti Medford
and I'roiipett, Cloned on account of
snow between l'roipert and I'afk
I'O'jndnry; will probnbb be open ty
At the Theaters
111 tlm wide nnr.e nf I lie Hereon
drainn, few mure nppealliii; motion
liktlireH hne been luodllie.l ll.l.n
'Tlio Dawn of n Tomorrow." Kiar
rliiK Mary liikford, whlrli lie
Kpowii at the Temple tlmitre tonl:iit
TbU Ik a .JellKhtfill plcttirltatlou of
I'rnureH HoiIkhoii IliirnetlV fiimn.iH
lery of the hIiiiiik nf l.ondn'i In
which "Our Mary" appcarx us ,i waif
with n rellKloiiH turn of mind The
story Ih one of uinminl HtreniCh and
exreptlonal heart appeal.
Walter I'erry, ono of fllmdom'A
cleveret chnrartur actors, Is cast In
tho rolp of n New Jcri-ov former In1
herlH at Urn tlpH of her fliiKem,
II rb (h off her ullnrH and eentuiilly
Ketn ( hi' man of her eholr. o Is depleted
In the latent Tbeda llnrn Htiper-iro-diiitlnn,
"The Him Devil," to bo pre
sented ut the Liberty Theater for two
dnyn Im-cIii nl tin Sundnv Rfternnnn.
Theda tiara, tlm well known nrreen
nlreu, wtis never neon to better nil
Mititai'o than In her latent produc
tion. Him pliyn tlm role of a SphiiIhIi
Juaultn, mm of Uioho IniiKuld dreamj
Klpb-llke women of Sunn Spain
In "liy Proxy," Hay Stewnrt nets
whether or nc thin IcKlslatfon will
be successful. The Webtern member
will make a strenuous effort to se
rum thlH legislation for homes for
returning soldiers. If this appropria
tion Is secured, I am very hopeful
.lulj let On nccount of the heavy that the Secretary of the Interior will
snowfall It Is doubtful If Dittos will salect at least two new projects in the
bo thle to travel through the park . . - , ... , . ,, ., .
liofor Julv State of Oregon, at least It will ho
I'nrlow-OakKroveOpcn and in m- ndeaor to persuide tho Secre-'
fair condition between Portland and tnry and the Fleclamatlon Service
State and at Washington to promote)
the much needed railroad facilities,
You ank me about the sentiment
concerning the League of Nations, f
'Ind In traveling over the stile, that
there Is a strong sentiment In favor
of pome film that may avert the hor
rors of War, but I find the people
very rrlllrnl and circumspect as to
the first proposed plans of the I.eaguo
nf Npt'ono I find a great unanimity
for the amendments suggested by
Kllhii Itoot nd Charles O Hughes,
come of which, If we may accredit
the Pres have been adopted at tho
Peace Conference. Public sentiment
seems to be very jealous of any haz
arding of tho Monroe Doctrine of
our rlrhts to control our Domestic
affairs. our immigration laws, for
wo can never surrender to any nation
tho right to say who shall be admit
ted to our shores and citizenship.
I alfo find a very general desire
for a provision permitting our with
drawal from the League of Nations
after a definite period, so that w
may not be wedded forever to a plan
which may hereafter grow to be ob
noxious and detrimental to our best
ptere3ts The agitation and criticism
of the proposed League of Nations
It.s been beneficial, for many of hu
inoft serious objections of the Leaguo
ttem about to be removed If the press
reports are true.
Hefore I left Washington, there
wna much discussion concerning oos-oiMc-
presidential candidates on the
Tlrpiibllcan ticket. Many favorite
s:ns are being mentioned, but as yet
out to woo n pretty girl for bashful Twin Bridges. Clo'ed on account of that the Statu of Oregon, due to dls
Aleck. emploved on Ited'.s ranch The "J"'1, between Twin Bridges and crm,iaton practiced against It in the
Cblneno conk. Ah Sing. wIiih all tlio ,',,,,,.,. A,i.n.ni.mm hnnl,l past, Is entitled to a large share of the ,v,.p h. . nn rrv.tallzatloii of
cowbojK1 clotheH by phvlng n weird tarry tiler chains on (his road. funds that may be allotted to the sePiiment on any particular candi-
biind at poker. When "lied" returns Kn-eburg-Peel-Opcn but in bad Ve.st. (lalG Were the convention to be l-.oi.l
. . mt . at. rsi.. t flnn.lllli.il linltiiniii I)nui,liiii nml Itinl - .... ....
wun mo gin, no iinus aii ning ia- .-y""'','"" "VV . . , " V . " " I am certainly glad to see tne inter- i.i.i,, the next few months it would
ccndltlon between Hoseburg and Psel.
.Vull Is hauled over this road In a
..,..,, .,, ,.t ..,u .lr.il.l,m .Villi is nuuieu over iiiih rum in il . . ... ... . ...
nieritlng tlm Ions of his clothing jrM rur Uoa() u ba(1)y ruttc(ji un(, est and energy of the citizens of Klam certainly be a free-for-all. for no dom-
which Im had packed on a hore. cmlv ,amipt i. traveled with a heavy Mia
to haii his horse run away from him cl Ine enjlly.
Taking Ah Sing back to the ranch Kastern Orc-gon
with him and Llndy. "Itud" learns Crescent-Kort Klamath Closed bc-
tbn( he lias brought Aleck the wrong cause of snow Ncl detours poKslble.
girl and promptly proposes to hp' This; road should bo open about May
Just the nnino. Supporting Hoy Stew
art nro Maud Wayne. Walter Perry.
Wilbur HlRbce. John Lince and
Harry Yamamoto, thn superb Japan
wo comedian. At the Temple Sunday
Iji Pine-Crescent Open and In fair
Hend-Fort Itock (via China Hat)
This road is closed nt present becuusc
of snow. No detours possible, load
will be open about May 1st. Auto
travel time between Dend aui Fort
Heck about 4 M hours.
'Three X (lordon' tho lie screen UAI.PII IIIT11N COMING. n,.-v ,.(. a u. hnnr. their homes from Washington aulck.
I'lodiirt In which J Warren f.rrrlgjn - Uond-Fort hock (via La Pine er than one can go from Portland to
will tic seen In the nnnto pait at the. Word that Knlph Hum has arrived Iload Is open but In unsatisfactory Klamath Falls. This intolerable situ-
Liberty theater tonight. Mr Perry safely In Now York and Is now nt nnn'),1,ln,j " VsmabMtWnveTat,on 8Dould not be Permitted to e-
will bo rccnlled by local patrons of .Camp Merrltt has Just been received hours main. Klamath County needs better
ath County towards securing better . iMPr.t. candidate has so far. appeared.
Railroad communication, and the -
County Is cerfalnly entitled to better' VISITOK PROM KLAMATH JIARSH
railroad communication with the rest,
of the State, and particularly with Oeorge Hayden, former County
Portland, the metropolis of the St3te. ' Treasurer of Klamath County, who
Portland capital should throw off its now- resides on a stock ranch on ths
apathy and use every effort for direct Klamath Marsh on the Indian Reser
rallrood communication with Klam-, vatlon Is in town for the first time for
ath County. , several months. He reports that con-
I believe that 75 per cent of the ditions are prosperous In his part of
membership of Congress can reach the Country.
AVIATOR FALLS IN SEA
L1MRICK, April 19. Major C. M.
J. P. Wood, the Britisb aviator who
(he pictures a the accomplished ar-l by Mrs. Oeorso Hum of this city In Uend-Slsters (via Tumalo) This railroad communication with the bal- left the East Church In England ye
tlsl whose portrayal of the role of i a wire from Mrs. Ralph Hum at Van- road Is opan the year around, and In ance of the State, and the balance of terday for this city fell into the Irisa
'n... ..I." I .. frlw In "Hrl.nn.r. nf .....w.. KT.. fn.lhir I n f .mi 1. 1 Inn VM fair Condition. It
.. ' '. . .... '.. ... . . ' . . .... .... u and requires l'A hours to cover It. J.
ine lines wnn wo uuiikiiiuiiit mucr. conimncu in mo rat, "' . Paullna-Rurns (tla Bear Valley)
CilplrtK. In "Three X tlordoo" Mr I Hum expects to get particulars re-Open and In fair condition between
Perry is seen In an altogether differ. ' Harding his discharge and arrival Paulina and Suplee. Closed between
ent sort of a character and has amine here in a short time. The many 'Suplee and Sllvlea (will probably be
opportunities to prove hi. versatility friend, of the youn man will bo LulnlroTaVu.Jll
I groatly pleased to see him home Creek ,0 ncar Vaey and from Bear
Marguerite Clark, widely known as, again. 'Valley to Sllvles.) No detour possl
"the sweeteat girl In motion pic- ble.
mres" lonir wru. recognlted before' See Charles 8. riood, Klamath Prlnevllle-Mitcncii upen ana in
tures. lonK was recogniieu oeioro d ,.i ... , d 4 passab e condition for autos between
she entered the silent drama, as one A".nc ,or Indlan a"8111 """." pnnevlllo and Ochoco Ranger station
of thn moat charming comediennes i
of the legltlmato stage. Blnco sho
entered the III in world, hor progress
has been pliononmonnlly successful
and her record Is ono of unbroken
Miss Clark will bo seen In her lat
est Paramount photoplay, "Mrs.
Wlggs of tlm Cnbbngo Patch," nt
the Star theater tonight, and It aecms
the State needs better railroad com- sea last night. The aviator anJ hi:
municatlon with Klamath County, invtrrtor Captain Wylle were un
(The advantage of this would certain-' injured. Wylle went to Holyhead for
ly be mutual, and I hope before an-1 assistance. The machine may bo. re
other season expires that we will .see pr.ired and ready to start Monday,
work actively progressing towards Lencaster Parker, another aviator
better railroad facilities. I shall cer- who left East Church soon after
tainly do all In my power both in the Wood, landed safely.
Saturday and Sunday
"Till: 1)AI AI.1VK"
"tvi-:i:i dan Tin: hkcuuit"
Mallnio Suiicliiy nt U:!IO
ADMISSION 10c anil SOe
Show nclvertUecl fulled lo urrlto
DANCINO 8TUR1)AY IIVUXINO
J A MUSIC
"THK 1ICK OV TIIIC l'lCTUKKH"
H. W. POOLE, Owner
J. Warren Kerrigan, .
in ' l .
"THREE X GORDON i
Mutt and Jeff "
International Weekly Newt
Nnlinnal i:blbllors INiguo
"Till: STILL ALARM"
Tlio (invitest Mflmlriiiim of nil lltin'.s
Two TIioiimiiicI l'Vel of l.nuuliler In ! on account of now;
and from Beaver Ranger station to
Mitchell. Closed by snow and mud
between Ochoco Ranger station and
Heaver Ranger station. No detour
possible. Should be open by May 1st
for light horse rigs and about May 15
Paulina-Hums (via Fife Creek)
Open and In passable condition be
tween Paullnn and mouth of Grlnd
Btono Creek and between Fife and
Hums. Closed on nccount of snow
and mud between mouth of Grind
stone Creek and Fife. No way round
except Prlnovillo-llums road via Mil- i
Mean. Should bo open about May 1st. j
Prlnevllie-Paullnn Open but In.
poor condition. A few sections of this
road have been drugged this spring.
Tho road Is very rough and full of
Sparta-Kast Eagle? This road Is
closed entire distance on account of
snow. No detour Is possible It will i
bo open for travel about May 20th.
Hnker-Cnrnucoiiln Open and in '
fair condition between Baker and)
Carson. Closed on account of snow
between Carson and Cornucopia. No I
detours possible Will probably be
'open Mnv, 20th. A two-mllo section
' of tho road between Richland and
Halfway, known as tno Sag, is in bad
condition .but passage Is possible.
i Hnkcr-Pralrlo Cltv This road Is I
closed between Baker and Sumpteri
THE REX CAFE
Will serve a Chicken Dinner Sunday that will
Crab Cocktail u la Lou I so
Chicken Gumbo with Okra
Chicken I'rlcusse with Kgp; Dumplings ,
Special Fruit Salmi with WhlpiMxI ('remit
Mashed Potatoes Sleamed Rice
Chocolate Bhinc Mange Pudding '
ItlK V (Nimedy.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
"THE SHE DEVIL"
Starring Theda Bara
At this Theater nt
J mo i. m,
lien nt a o'clock
MR. HARRY BOREL
TEM PI,E ,
Ailolph ukor PrcvicntH
"TIIR DAWN OP A TOMORROW
Tho Ninth KplHOdo of
"THE LURK OF THE CIRCUS."
A RocJilInk lecture of Love and
Patho Non-8 Latcwt Current Event.
Admission 10 & 15 rent Matinee
S3.30. KvenliiEs TiUO & 0.
Sumpter and Whitney, Whitney and
Austin ,nnd Austin and l'rairio uity.i
Should bo open May lBth. I
Mrs. Frank Ira White, who has
boon dnngorously 111 In Portland and
who was obliged to undergo a sovero
operation as the result of tho Influ
enza has rallied nicely according to
word Just rocolved by Mr. and Mrs. h.
M, Wtlltts of this city, and thero are
now tho best of prospects for her re
covery. Mrs. Whlto Iiab a host of friends In
this city whore Bhe resided for many
years, who will rejoice over the nows
of hor Improvement.
MERRILL OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
NCE AT THE MOOSE
Tho Poprless Orchestra has rontod
tho MnoBO hall for tho purpose, of giv
ing wookly dnncos thoro, and from
now on will glvo a dnnco ovory Satur
day evening, featuring tho lotest
Broadwny lilts, A cordial Invitation
Is extended to tho public. Thoro will
bo a dnnco thero tonight. . 10-lt
Art Versus Work
Art wins, consequently there will be no more Kodak flnl&h
lng, no more postcards or cheap work done at
THE BOND STUDIO
Iu future )ou will know you nro getting tho best, becauso
your work will not bo rushed through with n lot of amateur
work. Every picture will be finished right, and have our per
Wo havojho very latest model of electric skylight, so dark
dajs mid evenings will inuko no difference in your pictures,
A little extra work ou a picture, nu artistic touch with brush or
pencil, adds to its beauty.
THE BOND STUDIO
liao MAIN ST.
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