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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1919)
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Thirteenth YcrtrNo. 3,601
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 21, 1919
Price, Five Cents
if Fi CITY
Store And Business Houses
To Close Half Day
CITIZENS BACK MOVE
Wmli-ide lleiioiiillon f Hilliin.
Hlrlrt l Planned lor Tlwrvl.i)
forenoon. City I- Tn Grl Up In
Hot lllli ninl Tucker For Hummer
That n Kitulnt move to cli'anip
the city of Khimuth Falls In on and
Ibt tlio worthy Initiatory slept, tnk.
en !, City llculth Officer, A. A. Hotilo
toil Ma)orHlrublo will ho backed up
to the limit hy the resident of tlu
tit; la Indlcnted hy ilia agreement
alinul today hy nearly nil Hut big
builnwa hnuai'it to cloao the atorea
on onti forenoon thla wook, (proli.
ably Tliuradny) tiiid put tho acnih
brush ou thn town.
The date of thu cleanup In to ho de
cided at tlio meeting of thn City
Council tonight and arrangements
art to ho made for the hlg fire truck
to lie on tho at root to, no thut bon
fires en n tie mnilo back of the differ.
tnt builnca houses, with ampin pro
tection sKnlnat fire. Owing to tho
'Importance of thn big Vlrtory I-onn
Campaign now on, 'the bntika of thn
" city will rcuinln open for Liberty
i Loan vtork only. I'UcunU tiro being
totUn out tudny and tho whole town
U colng to get behind tho clouuup
to tho limit
It la pointed out Hint thn tourists
are going to commence to come In
now In hlg number mid they roust
not find the city In tho deplorable
condition In which It linn been nllow
d tn full A higher iinnltnry tone
must be i rented before the big ng
rrrcnllnn of lHltlug Klkx nniHtirti In
- August Kl ninth I'm I In must he found
vqual in dcunlnc with' Ahlnnil, Kit
Kcne ninl other Oregon polntM fro.m
tthlrh tin iiitor4 ii ro to emtio.
Klninuth Pall Ih iiiiturnlly tint
cleanest plnce Imaginable anil lint Job
of Keeping it clot n will hit far inm
arduoiiH than iin majority of town.
It la exeprteit that every resident of
Klnmnlh KiiIIh will got, behind the
tnorp to niukc It thn "Spotless Town"
A number of IiiihIiiomr lunn yet re.
Wain to bo soon but the agreement
to clrw nnd help cluinup the busl-
neaa dlatrlrt on the forenoon of April
Jllh, has boon Blgned by tho follow fellow follew
ing: The W'limek Co., Vnnntco Urns.,
Bald In Hardware Co., First State
and Savings llank, ChnB. J. Clack,
Klimath l'ncklng Co., Klamath llilwo
Co, Kred N (Ircn'ioii, Clina, Donnrt.
Klamath Hlato' Hunk, IlobortB &
"Whltinore, A. V: Snlflcky, I.. J. lioan,
J. B. Hodge. II. I. Hammond, W. C.
Davenport, M. Motschonbachor, Link
Rlcr i:iec. Co.. II. J. Wlntem. J. F.
(gulro Co.. Kvana & rinltn. McDan-
il tlec Supply Co., K. F. Munlo
.Houie, Monroe ft Thlodo. Johnatono
Turnlturn Co., John Fach. Klamath
Cash Grocery, Auto Supply Houao,
underwoods Pharmacy, Chllcoto ft
mlth, F, w. Itltchlo, J. D. Cham.
oeri, City Tranafer Co., Drew & Mor
'III. K, Rtigarman, F. J. Wlldo, Mecca
flllllnrd Parlor, Woatorn Tronsfor
Cp., Stnr DniK Co., K. K. K. Btoro,
Tlie Smoke, Ilrandonburg' Btoro, h.
. Martin. Firat National Dank, City
Meat Market, Klamath Dent. Btoro.
FIRST TRIP THRU TO
BEND IS ATTEMPTED
C. I, Itocord, who oporatod tho
'""Ka lino hotwootr Klamath Falls
e"l llond last yoar, Intonda to ro
"'no that Borvlco thla Bonsou and
ent two enm thla mornlnK with a
0d of imssoiiBorB on his first trial
li. Ho Is tincortaln ns to gottlnR
Jnr" Just yet na thoro woro nlniut t vd
l6t of biiow nt Hio Sand Crboli Itoail
"osaing ,,t tlio Inst roports ho ro-
'"td, but na thoro woro sovornl mix
r to iiiuko tho trip, ho docldod to
6Ko a chanco.
III IIU.'SOVK III MOVAL.
HIMNSWICK, (in . April l!l He
nolutlnnn ilmiiiiiiillnii tin; iciiiuvnl of
Pimtuiiinlitr (Jiniiiriil IIiiiIi'kiim wore
ndiipted liv tlio looi:ln Kodvratlnii (it
Labor In convention here. The riwilii
tlim, Introduced liy tolophouu i, nrri
Ioih Mini iiIctii Irnl uorkoih, linked
Hurli'mm's i imiiiiviiI on tint Kroiiml
tlinrMio IiihI been unfair tn oigiiulrud
liilmr, unfair tn tin) public mid luiil In
stituted iiuronaoiiiihlo liicri'imcN In
telephone mill tologr.iph rati
XOTAIIIil-: HIvAIMVAV IS M.IK IIV
TIIK Al.l.li:i TIUKIPM IX KAST-
KHX Hl'SSIA. HXKMV IX II.KJIIT
I TOWAItll hasi:
I I.ONDON, April 21. In a wlrelons
message receiveu nere, me noviei
,..,.. ..,,.,,, r,iroIuullt nin.
(.overnment admits retirement along
virtually thu entire front In Kaatern
AltCIIAN(li:i., April 21 lluaslamy
I who n ro attached to the Allied forces
on the Murman Hallway south of
Kern. In a successful nttack havo
' ,,, ,
gained control of Lake Vlgosero nnd
the main road north to tho White
Sin. They drovo tho forces of tho
llolahiivlkl twelvo miles backward,
Tho ItussUn and llr.t.sh forces have
occupied tho vlllago of Orerkl and
aro pursuing tho onemy as ho flees
southward over roads kneo deep In
Icy slush toward the llolshetlk base
ou tho Vologda Hallway.
YUILII I IIIRI HI
LAIIIU. I lUII HI
.. v.-v r wi-Mi-v ,,,-.,, ....
PISO.MIM..M .sroiu.ilix ill in
TWO ItOIMl AITAIIt
iU n. crvriu. iviri:
l.lI.X.s IP (il.M.IIAL IMI.lt-
ILST A.MOXG ritn:.MsN
Ju.k Pclton. prominent cattle-
i i.. ui, .,.. ... l,.l
man and hx-Sherlff or .intusim
County and James Hockley of Port-
land settled a lllllo dispute at tint
Hotel Hall las. Saturday, according to
(Joosberry rules of the manly art of
i Jack .shot out his light and Peck-
'ley went down for tho count In tho
I second round after sparing for an
second roiinii nnor amnnK .. 'f, f( ,;(;ail. su.llclent to pay tho
opening. Hockley lauded on, Jnck s nm()Unt ()t I1,alntlffg. .lomnnd aforo
loft optic. They then clinched and mlll
went nt It with regular trench spirit
for -ovor.1 mlmilM. when rofereo
Pert Hall separated tho combatants
nnd callod tho battlo a draw.
STAGE SERVICE TO
I UUIII(Mllll lu -i"'V -
A QUI ANn STARTFD.'unl" tho 'urthor ordor of tho Court.
ASrtL.APIL' 31ARILU . . furthor orderea that the mo
Tho regular stngo sorvlco betwoon
Klamath Fa I. .n,l Asmana - "1
startot for tho summer season this
morning. Until tho rood over the
Orcon Spring mountain gets In hot
ter condition, tho trip will be mndo
by tho way of Agor, Califorln, which
requires about two hours longor than
tho trip over tho mountain.
Tho roads, via Agor aro now snld
to bo In first, class shapo for cars,
thoro being nmud holes loft worth
considering. Stops will bo mndo nt
Tinrnhrook from this end nnd tho
Klamath Hot Springs from tho other
end for dinner.
FORI) MAY RETIRE
FROM AUTO FIRM
nntrnit. Anrll 21. Honry Ford,
motor king, hns under consideration
a deal whereby ho will withdraw 'rom
tho Ford Motor company, relinquish
ing his mnmiioth Interests which con
trol tho plant. Whllo Ford rofuaod
to bo Intorvlowed on tho subject, hl
Hocrotnry admitted that such a deal
Is undor contemplation with, thn 'don
oral motors company ns tlio proposed
COUNTY COURT VICTORY 101
ISRESTR1ED CAMPAIGN ON
ror.vr i.v iwvoit or plain'tiff
IX AtTlOX or .1. M. IH.'GAX
agaixkt court is iti:ci:ivi:i)
A liniiiioriirv Inlunctlnn reiitrnln-'
I n it thn Countv Court an defend jntM
In the action brought hy J. M. Dugan j
am'. It K. ChrlMinan recently wni'
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iu'uivoii niiiuriiuy irum juiii; r ,i
OlkiiKi, which restrains the court !
tiom withdrawing from the spoclal I
court house fund any amounts which)
would reduco tho total of tho fund '
il(,w ,, amount sued for by tho
i!lnllff for his work In constructing,
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uii! iihw (-(run juunu un uiuck ii. i lie
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.motion to atrlke by tho defendants i
I was denied.
Tho text of thn decision Is minted
mis caso enmo regularly on rori
hearing at chambers of tho undor-'
. . . nlnlntlffs motion'
for u restraining order herein, and an
'order on defendant'; to show came
why tho same should not bo granted,
'and upon motion of defendants,
jnmath county. It. It. Ilunnell, llur-
"roll Short and Asa Kordyco, for an or-
der striking paragraphs XIV to XXIV
from the complaint; plaintiffs appear-,
Ing by Harrison Allen, C. K. Stono
ani A K Hiuunc. of tnelr attorneys,
nnd said defendants appearing by F.
II. Mills and Jay Uoworman of their,
attorneys. And tbo'Court having sat
vised In tho premises: I
it in ordered that tho temporary!
restraining order heretofore made
"oroln " ntociinca o read as ioiiewb: ;
If la nrilarAil (tint lintll lha filrlhar
'order of tho court of Judgo heroin, tho
idofondant Klamath County and the
(ietenunut 11. u. iiunneu as wouniy
I Judgo thereof, Ilurroll Short and Asa.
dofondnnt It. H. llunnoll as County
Judgo thereof, Ilurroll Short and Asa.
Kordyco as county commissioners
thereof, C It. I)oI.ap as county clerk
... . . ami
or sain county anil u, k. van Hipori'
as county treasurer thereof, and each
of them and their deputies, und all
others In their aid or bohnlf. ami the
successors In. Interest of said olllcers.
.be. and they and each of thorn hereby
ant ordered not to withdraw or cuuse
t I'o withdrawn from tho special
C()Urt ,H,ug0 ,! m,,,itimied In tho
"wPl'illil. couslHtlng of i.5J,Jti i.
K i. K il M?S
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mi n iiuiiiii .- -..
0" K7J 'IT. nml Illl'V
674. 9fi, and they and each of
them are further ordered not to with-
mem are iiiriiior uim-n-u mn m n-
lirilW irillll III" MU-tl.u mini n-,,...
f(i. ..(,io roIIBtructIoa of a new court
jlo.,,t nmi fr tho year litis,
which levy I- recorded In Vol. VII,,
comnilss.oners journal for sa 1,1 coun-
"J "Mj. ;n ,,;'' nKKnKllt0 .
reduce tho amount hold therein bo-
low jgso.SS, unless thoro shall ro-;
,lj. In tho fund dorlvod from the
.pocla lov for 19 G 910 a d
This order does not restrain de-
fondants or any 'th '""Xt'ivl
or caus inB o be paid. -Pontiff.
.. . fllrthor or,i0red that tho suits
and action mentioned In paragraphs
XVI, XVII. XVIII and XIX of tho
.A...inini i.A nml tinrntiv nm ntnVArl
tion of defendants. Klamath County,
R, II. llunnoll, Burrell Short and Asa
Fordyco, for an ordor striking from
- " ,nc,Usivo bo and hereby is
. h, d , d
plaintiffs' complaint paragraphs ah
And defendants moving are given
..... j... in whloh tn further nlead.
Done this 18th day of April, 1919.
F. M. CALKINS, Judgo.
SMALL BLAZE HERE
PROMPTLY PUT OUT
Flro caused by a dofoctlvo fluo,
broke out a few minutes before 8
o'clock this morning at tho homo of
Charles Palln nt 1245 Sergeant
Avonuo. Tho flro department answer
ed promptly and tho blaxo which had
started undor tho iroof was extin
guished by moans oi chomlcala. Tho
ili'iiingo was slight.
Ono of tho flro boys who jumped
aboard tho'truck missed his hold on
tho dash handle nnd caught and
broko off tiio band lovor on ono of
tho gear shifts so, tho mnchlno was
obliged to proceed on second gear.
Tho bfg truck shot up tho hill nt
tho into of twenty-eight miles nn
hour howovor, In splto ot this handl
glue sunn fimiiu'ii uiu uuuiuui huiu , .ioro iiihh ..n,vn'w t, ,... ....rt
sald fund helow the amount of plain-' ,nV( ,R,0I1 ,,iaced In the hands of dls
tiv.. .1. ........ .1 l.i.r.tlti .-hlf.li unm l . .
i.wi or the migaxtic Aioxrv
JMilVKS TO I'AV TIIK COST OI',
r. war is rxii:n way. novr
WASHINGTON, April 21. Thru-
out tbo United States opens today
"'- Victory 1-lbcrty Loan Campaign,
"'(t last, and prohably tho moat 3Pec-
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muiiiur ui uiu ut muni: uiitl'b iiiiiu
by the government as the principal
means of financing the war.
Several hundred thousand citizens
havo enrolled as volunteer speakers
or solicitors for this Issue of Victory
,10les- nndVfor many montha .the
TrflsiBiirv ttirtt thn twelve I.lhertV
' - ' -
r Mhh HD,klnl tmtwnlnlrnti lino linnn
'""" ."" - "-'-
periecting selling pians.
From public platform, theatre
stage, movie screen, and street corner
box, citizens will receive the appeal
' ,, .. , .
h"X n""1' Provide the funds
which virtually have already been
spent for war purposes since the sign.
, of ,he armtstlce. From door to
, , . .... .
door volunteer canvassers will go In
an effort to make tho number of
subscribers to this loan exceed even
tho 2.000,000 of tbeFourth loan.
Al0nK tho .,)octacular publicity
. . -,.
features arranged by the Treasury
to call Bhnrp attention of tho Amerl-
run people to the Ioan,aro aerial de-
m0nJitratlons. war exhibit trains, poa-
ex.Hb.tlon of captured Oon8n
submarines, and military exhibitions,
Throe special trains will tour the
country, carrying squadrons of air-
, manned by celebrated Amerl-
"". French and PrltUh aces, to
make circus flights over cities. Four.
teen rapturea i,erman ronner piuuuu
wj ue scd jn these demonstrations
teen raptured Oerman Fokker planes
wm be scd jn th,9e demonstrations
, h b t , po of AmcrI.
together with the best type of Amerl-
- "" '
To eacli communuy ovcrsnusi-rnf
nK its quota a community honor flag
., ,)p awnriie,i t,v tbo Treasury as .
.,,,,,, ,lrUMnlp.lCement of tho
" " ' ,
' lovement. Similarly an Industrial
honor flag will bo given to each bus-
I10SS firm, church, lodge or other
0.C3.,zntion with 12 or more mem-
-'. "- " subscribe ac -
rordlnc to a prescribed proportion,
!iii,uiiu oi uii-Fu niis
" ""- . . .
Modnlt made from captured Ocr -
... ........ ... n Im nli'nii In nnpll I
.. .,, ,,,,,, npn tn lin ulvell to eaCll
.i.wi.v. - "
m0mber of a Victory loan committee.
T,m m0(ln, u ai)0Ht tll0 slzo ot a
b u , of u
hnlf , o.lar a a
Spaco ls Icft cach medal for tho
amo of tho recipient.
Am0I1K tho motion pkturo features
,.Tho pjlce of ,VaC0..
with f.,000 feet of film, depleting
whore tho great quantities of war
....,. inn A mimlinp nf ofPTIAS
0Kraleu- at tho front during
iBhtlnB by American soldiers also
' B ' ... h e beon
will bo shown. Ten films havo been
prepared showing noted deeds of her
oism reported by General Pershing.
These are in addition to twenty-seven
apodal clnemntngraph plays prepared
by noted film stars especially for the
Two hundred and four fighting
baby tanks, oach manned by two sol
diers and carrying speakers will tour
the country, visiting rural as well as
A feature on which the Victory
Liberty Loan organization baa spent
much tltuo consists of twenty-four
special trains loaded with exhibits
from EUropoari, battlefields. (Each
train will make four of five stops a
day, mainly In email towns, and will
carry batteries of loan speakers. In
the larger cities, .special 'exhibits of
Gorman cannon, machine guns, rtf
los and other ordnance will be shown
throughout the drive.
Of five captured Oerman submar
ines sent to thla country, loan rnana
gora plan to run ono up the Mississ
ippi river nnd to exhibit tho others
at coaBt cltlos.
As In past campaigns ovory sub
scriber will rocolvo a special button
of which 40,000,000 havo been mndo,
and distinctive badges for workora
hnvo been provided.
l.lborty loan workors making cer
tain records will bo glvon Oormnn
holmots of which more than 85,000
woro sent to this country by Gonornl
I A inoiiK tliu military unit naval
, bands which will glvo concerts In
' cities Is General Pershing's American
Expeditionary Korea headquarters
hand of 130 picked musicians which
will tour the large cities of the cant.
Hundredx of cities will hold home-.
coming celebrations for soldiers coin-j
cldont with the loan campaign. I
I A group of 1 1 5 Belgian soldiers,
I accompanied hy a dog team machine1
gun outfit also will make a tour of
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a number of leaning cities, ah or
these soldiers are honor men who
participated In the siege early In the
IIKAUTIFUL DAY AXI) BEAUTIFUL-
hkrvices nrtixc OUT
KRGK COXGUEOATIOX8 IX
KLAMATH FALLS YESTERDAY
The beautiful Easter Sunday here
yesterday was observed by a num
ber of the city chvrches In a most
befitting manner and a large atten
dance In the various bouses of wor
ship Is reported.
At the Christian Church, the Sun
day school had charge of the special
musical program which was splendid
ly rendered ana t!?i was followed
by an Inspiring sermon, by the pas
tor. Reverend Trimble.
The Methodist Church was crowd,
...I M.I.I. . t.1,. na.lAnAA urtilftti wa. Ao
llt.A.I liv Ua ananlnl InatriimpnMI '
and vocal numbers In 'addition to the.
regular order of services. The ecord
attendance of 191 In Sunday School
The First Presbyterian Church
8ervices were featured by the atten-
dance In a body of the Knights Tern-
piiir uroer una huic imiutuimw '
stdrlng. The special work by the
solrlng. The special worK oy t
choir and solo by Miss Wiley, w
pre,tl,. enj0yed. A large number
. ,.h r w.t,mt in
new members were welcomed Into i
tho chrch. The seating capacity of.
tho church was taxed to the utmost. ,
An unusually Interesting and beau
tiful aarrlnn Wle llflll! nt thn Kninien-1
llel Hatl3t Church on KlGVenthj
street at which the singing of Mrs. t
and Mrs. Parks lu a
duet was especially fine. The inspir
Ulh St'l illUJl UJ liiU I'tWIUi IUMU" iJ-t
tjie mUslcal program will be long
ing sermon by tho pastor following
A-, usunX tho at'er.dancs nt
C litre1' of tho Sac.-eil Heart Ill.cil '
the church, overflowing out on the
sidewalk. Under tho dlrectorn of Mr.
C. W. Eberlein, the choir rendered (
the sacred music in a manner sur-1
passing all previous occasions for
which tho church is becoming so not-;
ed. Father Marshall preached on the
.nn..A .1 Hn Anv Tho P PQI1 rrpet tfltl
hU3'i.- ui ,uu uj . .v ..w... ...--.-..
of Christ, wltn a direct application io
local conditions. Not In his career
hero has this gifted clergyman made
so earnest and effective a plea for
higher Christianity, especially among
the young people of the city.
IS BACK FOR VISIT
Roscoo Blehn, who was severely
wounded and crippled in tho service
of his country In the fighting ot the
Ipst campaign of the war with Ger
many, and who has boon under medl.
cnl care for many months returned
to Klamath Falls last night. Mr.
Biebn has not yet received his dis
charge from the service, according
to report, and Is homo on a thirty
day furlough, after which he .vill
return for more surgical attention.
"DILLIE" WEEKS BACK. '
Seigeant "Blllle Weeks who was
ono of the first Klamath Falls boys
It r.nswor tho call to arms from this
city at tho outbroak of tho war and
who has been In tho Aviation hrnnch
of tho sorvlco In Franco for nearly
t'vo( yoara has returned to Klamath
Ffilis. Ho ls being welcomed today
by a host ot his old frlonds here, who
a-o rojolcod to hnvo him In their
midst again. Tho young ofttcor was
fcrmorly Identified with tho First
Slate and Saving's Bank.
T ' 11
Fiume Problem Still Remains
WiUon In Deadlock With Delegates)
on Adriatic Situation. Germany
Sending Unimportant Men to Re
ceivc Peace Terms. Ukrainians
Retake Several Cities. -
Dateless Dispatch by Associated
Press. The Italian parliament which,
was to meet this week will not con.
vene until May 6th. This delay Is evi
dently due fo the failure ot the Coun
cil of Four to reach a solution of the
Paris dispatches Indicate that the
situation caused by the Italian un
yielding attitude, has reached a criti
President Wilson was not present
.yesterday or today with the Premiers
of England France or Italy. He has
Etood against the recognition ot the
treaty of London in 1915. upon whlck.
the Italian claims are based.
Despite the warning sent ont by
Germany, that delegates which she
sends must not be "mere messen
gers," that government hai selected
rather unimportant persons to go to
Versailles. It Is reported that they
hare power merely to receive terms
and that the German Cabinet will de
cide whether to accept reject or sub
m't them to the choice of the people.
The Peace Conference may insist
that the men sent have the power to
sign the treaty of peace.
Bolshevism Is now on the back:
track on the Western Ukrainian
front.. These forces are apparently
concentrating their strength to over
run Crimea. The Ukrainians have re
taken several cltlei
Ten thousand Bolshevik soldiers
aro reported to havo joined tho Uk
rainians. The Bolshevik forces are
retreating from the Allies, in north
ern Russia. Vienna Is iu the hands
of the Soviet adherents.
PABIS, April 21. Crave doubts
sue expressed her as to whether the
perfected peace treaty would be pre
sented to German representatives on
the coming Friday. While the treaty
hns been communicated to them in
substance, it Is said In well Informed
quarters that It would bo physically
Impossible to prepare a document in
complete final form In the four days
President Wilson absented himself
from the Premiere Conference on the
Adriatic question today.
PARIS, April 21. The Council ot
Four are discussing making the peace
treaty public and will probably pub
lish It Immediately after It has been
dellverel to the Germans, otherwise
the Germans would give out the ftr3t
version, loaded with propaganda.
It Is planned to cable a 250 word
official summary ot the treaty first.
then an official summary and finally
the text of the treaty a day or two
The State department at Washing
ton already has the text of the cove
nant of the League ot Nations.
The text of the peace treaty may be
nearly 100,000 words.
OXE YEAR AGO TODAY
Germany prepares to launch a,
third spring drive against tho Allies.
A hurricane of flro pounds Allied
lino from Lassigny to the Scarpo
Americans counter attack against
first largo German thrust at our linos.
Eighth Gorman war loan floated
Germany gloats over tho victories
won In tho first mouth ot her spring
Subscribe Xow to Tho Victory Loan
What You Would Hnvo Paid for Vic