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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1919)
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OFFICIAL IMPEIt OF
Thirteenth Year No. 3,603
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1919
Price, Five Cento
M? FDR BIG
BIT OH IP
BOY RETURNS AFTER
TWO YEARS ON SEA
I Wltlltim McMillan, inn of .Mm W J
I. McMillan of ililx city, who has
Immiii M.MltlfllMl Willi til.) 1'llllf.l'
Hinted Nnvy nIiicu (Ik, outbreak of
tint wnr, mill who linn mtidu twelve i . . I
Hip across tin. Atlantic during Unit i
tiimi, ihiiiiiimi to tiiu iiiy iiMt niKiu vol"s" M,lv u" ' i:.vi'i:ti:i vorxo ma.v sl'i-ti:iis paixfcl
1 iiIIit 101 riving lilt discharge.
' lln Ik nihility i:lml in un l.'.pl; m
iiuiiuvAv r i:vi:uv cocxty
PARTY FOR NIGHT
I SCHOOL STUDENTS
I 'JO 11111,1) IIAItll kciipaci:
Stores All Closed Tomorrow , '" ""m ' M..g mroinmi
310TLB tmllV iv III. (til frli.n.t- .... .1
' ,rT -- " .l, l.ll, nuiTl,
Mm MiMlllliin Inid hwi eons Im tho
ROAD IT'I'S IX AIM'KAHAXCi;
LEADERS ARE NAMED
J Omimmil"11'!' Mini. Muniliiil by
m 'jinjor mill lli-iillli Officer Will II..
Htnrliil Hrre Tiuiiorrmv .Morning
,, Willi I'niiK Chief "f I'ullri' l
Cumnmtiilrr In Chief.
FIudLG BEYOND ::r;9r3:
A row statesman, George IlurUell
i.vjntv ix accii)i:nt this
.morxixo, is c.m:i) rou at
The night school which had been
conducted at tho Klamath County
High School for several months, will
'Ioho Its term tomorrow night and a
party l being arranged for the stu
dents who have attended during tho
All sorts of stunts are being pre
pared and tho flneat time Is assured.
Tho ladles attending are asked to
bring boxes with good things to eat.
(Ity .. ,. Smile) '
III sci-iMdjn'v with tlia mayor's
ptwlorontlon for clean-up Cay In i
fXtlcn n re'itioma an ruuuisu. nsnoa, ,
, tn dirt, to bo pnt la old bate
' ej pllos ronvcnU'dt for the city gar-'
rMf man to collect, J hor-by ftp.
;pl6t tho fallowing Captains and
Uflltfaani, to ho piihand to URjtl
J smIm lit the nork, of Tburaday
&It Is in -Iter of civic prJtle to BSITO
ui appointed bnt if n captain or llcu-
Skleinnl Is uniblo to ttrtce tho lioo
mi rsko -im! mtfo cure of libomin'a
lml la his d!.t rl-t, then Me eiiotiM
SMiomi some one at onro to wko ins
XOlll.i: fllAltAt Tlllt WHO HAS
Mil II TO IKi'wiTII IIMIt'll.l).
IVCJ Ol' THIS CUl'XTV IS Hl'.M.
AUI.VKli YKHTKRIIAV MOItMNO
John Stuilh. son of Adnm Rtni.h nt
Baldwin nrrlvoil In Klmiintli Fulls Mills Addition hij.l tho tnlsfortuno to
this morning and his opening spt.cli' Buffer a compound frncturo In his
mo r.ifiiioiii i.onorui Hospital ts right leg bolow tho kneo In n runa-
rousidenitlon by way accident on l.owr Sixth Street
Ills lomnrks. Ilonhoiit uloven o'clock thU forenoon.
bis campaign in this I Tho younc man wa haullnc hnv
promlios to bo a busy , n n wgcon with Albert Wmniilor. nc
nt,.. ,i,.rln.? bis oxtonrtod stnr In thla , rordlng' to report, when the four I ,.lrl.nl,,.
ii u Kcnornuy undorntood thit'borso team horamo frlghtoned at a I
CITY TOTAL IS
President Wilson Defends'
ITALIANS MAY LEAVE
Mm. Ellrnbetb limn Oilarni'iin
Mod n n homo of her daughter,
Mi-, Stph.n Hcrllhy, Niylox, ,.
tcrday afternoon. In the dwMh of
Vrn. Cninrntan. Khmalh county
) tonoa Jlotpr of IU plnnner trnmtn
lb ounohllnn chamefpri who hfH.
oil to lr tho foundation on wnldi
tortajr In bolng nroctixl th-.i .'nilurlni:
ctructure that for alt tlm rN:tii naiul
nil a monumotit to tln memory hi, I
n-.tf"! rlorr of the !'ro:- uo'nnn
nbo ndnreil the buri-t t. -i of ti.o
. .. riM nnrq wju no maiio on uio pausing nulo and started to run.
E" " " v,hMi wro Put J" tl'ru,staub Jumpod from tho wagon and
11 " J'1 h, srandfnthcr. Ben-; mel hu mishap at that tlmo. Ho was
tor Oorrn T Raldwfn. It Is also fok0n to the Klamntb General Hos-rimrr.-.l
Will Ha Id win will "sup- j ,,tai whoro hu ,l)Jury wag nttondtd
port", t! o now candidal, who ts at'i i)r, Warren Hunt,
prr-imi inking; up matter of great ,,
Importance with Mr. Will llaldwln.
Mr. R I). Jobnsnn. who wau protent
when ti'y young man arrived, give;
Ms weight as elg! t , ound. T'tls Is,
the Urat child of Mr. nnd Ms Bald
win and the only grandhil'J of Mr. I
and Mr Ceorvn T Batdw'n mrt hlai
w.'.i-.,. it i.tu vnaifit.ii vi y t u ii. I?-
CORPS TAKES UP
ni:m: will iik ninirrvTiious.!
AXI) TOXIOHT. OL'TSIDi; Itl
I'OItTS XOT IX
'WINon Claims Protection Promised
Italy Is Xo Longer Xecessiiry, as
Austria Has Disnppcnrcd Com
promlc Is Suggestetl llolshevit-
lts Hclnn fJcfc.-rteil. '
Dateless Dispatch by Associated
Press The peace conferees have now
J passed the Japanese problem on for
future adjustment, as the Italian dif
ficulties are 'still pressing. "
Some suggest that the Italians may
tv alt doponrteni on ach'0ib. r,iT ""'"i . i-unir
fMBd overy bouno-lmtacr ami rlU- tm,UT rrw "'" 07 ai "" ' ""'"
.W h n rlEM to emt that tho r J!fr,lh tF"n- when thu "nn'"rv "
lort lft!' be Mon. Hou't boMlflufi . tlH i,mth of tUt Smnd old omm
s fSoorer thP frne Into whubI Iwd ta "rt bv mn'r w0 "ttn look ,,aok
rictcimm little alreet nook, and llt.',n, twi J"1 ,,,,1 r '''i ,ho
II, var.nl t. n.,.l nv .. "-r " t lv. n1 tne'cy per-
II. 8. Wilson. Cotumandor In Plilef.
1mm Hilton, nrlmdior Oouornl
BIG Li FISH 'i
A total of $70,000 has bcen'turncd'
In by the city workers in tho big
Vl.tn.ll T tin nrlfn l.Af.A Hnnn -tn.r
NEW WORK HERE i amj it in confidently expected by the
leadors of tro compalgn that this "Jten to a compromise giving up the
! amount will be Increased to ?S0,000 claims to the Dalmation Hinterland
Americanization, is the nowest i heforo night. " given Flume, the Dalmation Coast
which has boon taken up by This' amount has been raised n- i and the Coastal Watershed.
tho Woman's Relief Corps of this.: tirely within tho city precincts and " now apparent that the Soviet
when the outside reports ' commence ' Government in Hungary has crumb
to come In, In tho course of a day ,eiJ. uut the situation Is still very ob
or two, the figures will go up veryscure. Tho report of tho nejv Soviet
rapidly and It Is expected nhat a ! government In Turkey is doubtful to
clu The first work wbltu was start
oil cf tho mooting of that body Mon
day evening and a committee com
peted of Mrs, Cecilia M. B6gardus,
formed by Mm. Qalarnnu:
Too deceased was born In 1CI1-
Dlllrlct 1. wel of rtver. fnl Wll. r. Inland, A 4 Clint XO. 181?.
Mrs. Dolly Virgil and Mrs. Jennie
Hum appointed in charge of it. The
work consists of teaching tho foreign
born citizens, particularly the moth
ers. wht it means to receive tne
lib Sport-inui I'Mi In Utile llhrr, protection of tho groat American n-
Si-niro Prl7.. Specimen From H.I- t:cn cnJ tbo debt thoy ,n lurn owe ot
uocomiiiK inio luyai tuntus.
cttgo After Hnnl Tu.ssle.
Pntilotlc Instructor of tho Corps, , fjno report can bo made for tho en- London 'circles as there ha3 been no
District t, wwt of rlvor. Cnpt. W. ""H""- wnd, Alciwt 10. 18.
l&m Woods. Uouteunnui. Dr. MM0i,w,,cn " rao""0 pW,i fiho lsrafoii
nd c it ni.n 1 w,tb her parents to WnltofloH, Can- t
Uhtrlrt 2. Link Ulvor to Third St ma Mrner "N Auut 6, 180!!, nho a real Jolly party of good follows sit-
sn4 north of Msln, Cuptnln J- ' w0 n,"rrl ,0 c- ' i.niaiuoau. oi- ttuu around ii tablo enjoying n fish
If you happen to drop Into ono of i
tho cafes in tbo city tonight und see
or thry mnvJ to Indiana ami tben dinnor with rainbow trout as tho
rauo wrat to iici'.to on n hoiu"sieiil puce C.e i-iM".n. you will know '.t
"n rvi'nt't 'i. ii"v tencl.lnj bei. In u i. ,r;il C ,i pirfcrt day for all ox-
Msv lift. Mr Unl rncan died n lev re.,t ,,(,. n,. w 1)0 JM0 chap with a
ii-i ouo Link rlvor sucker on his plutn
i Twolvo cHldron blcsso.l tbo bom.) h1b lmni0 u j0i,I18tDn O. D. John-!
of Mr. and Mr. aaluriieaa t l''"i'..on. Hi. comes from Chicago just!
sovon eurvlvo her. They nro Jin. M. ,, w ... ,...., ,...,. camo ono of Uogo
Matt. Mr. W. Ii. Fnlsom. Mrs. John n,0!Ui ,,,,. imponrh:blo fish stories,
! Mntnoy. and Mrs Stephen Herllhy. nil u . Mimetlnu-a tell. Hl to'd
IHstrlrt f.. Niiitiftn Kinvnnit. siu ' "f ll11" 'l" " '' Onlnrnpau of ., ., tll0 .,.. ,,. nt tll0 offIc otj
north nf Main, t'nptnln I. H. Stmble,' Sncrnmen,0 Mrs Av,u U""' Un Pelican Hay Lumbor compnny.,
I.leuttnum JuiiiOH Hilton. "ml M- '' ""'"''nP11"- Tl,nr" llro u,,r- for. you know. Johnston represents
Ul.lrlct fi. Klnvi.nil. Slront m Pan. tv Kr-lul cl.llilren mill tour greii
Vooro, Lieutenant Mr. 11. IJ, Mom-
District 3 Third to Sixth ml
AMtli of Mr'n. t'l'iiisi.) w. P. Tnwn
;n4, l.iiiii.n-ni Williams of Wuah
loftnn Honmlng llour-n.
'Dlitrlrt i. sixth Stioot. north of
Main to Ninth na far ag Cnnnl, Cpp
lftlnr.0. M Hectnr mid ('has. Mag-
ulrc, I.loiitcnant Perry Uvniis.
LONDON, April 23-iThe Ural Cq;-
isack troops uro npparentlv acting in
conjunction with tho Siberian forces
for Ailmlal Kilchak has begun an of
fensive in tho ogion of UralsU In
southeastern Russia and has captured
several villages. Tho bolshevik gov
ernment admits further retirement,
' owing to pressuro of tho enemy.
tiro district. Very few refusals are
encountered by the "workers in their
canvass of thovclty and they, report
(''at they have found soliciatlon in
this great cause, very congenial.
Reports of subscriptions from the
Oregon Life Insurance Company for
$1,000, .tho Wood CurtLs Company
and Sam L.'Thompson ot Point Rich
mond, California for $r.nn are report
ed from outside points for credit In
i cofirmation of the early reports.
The Russian Bolshevik! have been
defeated by the Polish troops at
IX FROM ODKSSA
Louis Alt Is In tho city for a few
days on matters of business from his
ranch in the Odc&sa section. He re
ports prosperous business conditions
in his vicinity.
PARIS, April 23. The Ithllin de
legation has re-SFertcd its determin
ation to stsnVd. firm on the Fiumo
question and has indicated thit it
wi:' Dot return to the Conference
until he Council has changed its posi
tion. Premier Orlando has threatened to
return to Italy today nnd Lloyd
George of England is trying to per
suade him to wait.
morning tit 11 o'clock
the locnl icmotiiry
Mnn, from Railroad trnck north nml Knindchlldren.
oiilh of Miln. Captain 10. II. Hull.
DlJtrli't 7, Twelfth Street In Croi
mil Avenue, Pnptnln K. M. Obllcoiu.
Mrvtonnnt. i, . Whltmoro.
Jllstrlrt 8. Michigan Avnnuo nul
Main street frnm rnllrnnil to rltv
ljmlt, Captain ,V A. Soulo. I.lrutoti
nt A. A. Dnvlir
' District 0, Hot SprlnifH, Cnpt. Froil
Dlstrfct Ten, Falrvlew Addition,
Caiitnln M. Luvlnok, Lloutoimnt 7.. C.
District 11, Shlpplngton, Cnptnln
'larry Ackloy, Lieutenant Mra. I. II.
DUtrlct Twelve. Mills Addition,
Captain Councilman Colvln, Llouten.
Wfltrlct 13, South of Main Street
'rom Lnkcshoro to Third Stroot, Cap
tain llnrry Ackloy, Lloutonnnt II. H.
Strict 11, Third to Sixth Stroot-s,
south of Main, dipt. W. T. Leo, Lieu
tenant A. L. Lcavltt.
Dldtrlct IB, Sixth lo Klovontli fits.,
Boutn of Main, Cnpt. Fred Oarlch,
I'leutcnant (lonrgu Illohn.
this big concern In tho Chicago ter
ritory. When ho got thru, the ooys
Just laughed nt hl.m and said boiiio-
The funernl services will be held nt
Dm Snrre.1 Heart Church tomorrow ... . ... , I
. uiing auoui ins jisii neuig miiiMuns. .
They told Mini about Link river, and i
told him to go thoro if ho wanted
eonio real fishing, but to ho careful,
very direful. I
Mr. Johnston Just laughed, but If
you sou him tonight ho won't be
laughing. Wo wont to Link rlvor, '
but he was not careful. With nil the
noiirlmlnnco of thoso oastorn flshor
men ho cast his fly, nml then It
One of thoso old grnndfnthor hoys;
BE If ROB
'CHAXflK AT IMORALl) OFFICII.
0. 13. MacCnrtor has arrived from
J-olfnx to tnko tho place nt tho lino
typo niocliliio In tho Hernia plnnt,
"cated In N. s, ottorbeln, who has
flven "H Mis posltlln to bocomo Idon
"'led urn, Charles Mnrplo In' tho
"" lire repair buslnoHS.
Claionco R, linrr nml Miss Loroltft
jiunbetli Rhoton wore united In nmr.
r'aeo yostordny nt tho homo of Mr.
"" Mrs, Hnrioy Hichnnlsou by Rov.
Trlmhlo of tho Christian
-"-rch ot thla city.
grabbed tho hook, gave It ono of
thoso woll-known lmlf-Nolson twists.
Hlg IjiUcs Shut Down for Thrvo
. r ., . V .J Ufa Tnta Hntnn ina ls tlirt wn A '
mi.iilu Aril IllsllllllSI lIIIIUIl III', UIIU mr, luuunuu u m iu ".
iiji ii immjijiiuiiiim ji jmiv ilij. iL'Ui Si i .' ' J' hi HiiMini IJ l
PARIS, April 23. The Allied gov
ernments have informed Germany
that they would meet the German de
legates at Varsallles on April 2Sth.
Tho old man dropped tho. hook and
took charge ot tilings ami wuen i-ir
I Johnston rcachod tho shore no was
To niiilto oxtonalvo Improvements In ninus his boots and hut, they woro
the Plnnt which will call for nn in-, being used In a football ganio by tho
rroiiHo of 25 per cunt larger forcoi .,...; fry in tho mlddlo of tho
stream. His coat was torn nml his
pants ripped, and ns ho stopped on
dry laud ho heard tho morry ha! hn!
ot tho old grnndfnthor fish, ns ho in
vited Mini to present his compliments
to thoso minnows In Lnko Michigan,
Realizing ho was stung, Johnston
tried to cover up Mia. rnshnesB bv
nml mntorlally Incrnso tho mitpui ot
tho fnctory, tlio lllx Lukes llox com
pany of tills city closed down hiHt
nlglit for n tliroo weeks poilod.
A now snwdiiHt burner Is ono of tho
now 'Improvements which is now be
ing put In nt nn approximate cost of
10,000. Tho plant whlcli has noro-
toforo boon oporfttod by steam powor,' trying to nogotlnto for somo fish with
will ho olcctrlfled thruout mid tho old i0iio of tho young lads In town, but
thoy woro wlso nml Just smiled. So
barofooted niwl torn ho roturnod to
his friends. Ho Is tho chnp with tho
Hiickor. Ho Is paying lor tho dinnor.
onglno dismantled. A now cutofi
will bo Installod, making tho plant a
four cutoff conconi and now trans
fer chains wll lbo itddod. A now
bulldlnB Is to go, up In plnco ot tho
ol tUmglno room.
This enlorprlso which 'was launched
hero during tho summer of hut, iiph
UIO STR1KI3 I.V I1U3LAN1).
MM WRICK, April 23. The strike
n steadily Increasing huslnoss nndi,oro hns now bocomo national ns nn
tho proprietors nro looking forward jnlllnnca has boon arranged between
to n prosperous Bonson. Tho uo inon lno Umerlck strlko commttteo tlio
heretofore employed will now bo in-.'irlsh Trades Union congress and tho
cronsod to nhout 80. Labor party.
Pilate tried to wash, his hands
of the blood of Christ.
He was a quitter.
You can't have clean hands
unless you take your share
VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN
PARIS. April 23. In a statement
issued today by President Wilson ex
plaining his position, he declares that
Flume cannot become part ot Italy.
Ho points out that every condition
concerning the Adriatic settlement
has been changed since Italy entered
the war upon the promises ot tho
past of London, as the Austro Hun
garian Empire has disappeared. He
indicates that now states have been
created for which Flume Is tho natur
al outlet to the sea.
Mr. Wilson contends that tho stra
tegic necessity, pledged In behalf of
Italy's claim to tho Dalmation Islands
no longer prevails jis the Austrian
menace has ceased to exist.
REACHED NEW YORK
That Coleman O'Laughlan, who'
has been In Franco for the past twenty-one
months, has returnednnflJs
now in n New York Hospltal'bAthe
news received "In a message tojjnis
mother, Mrs. Paul Bognrdus of this
city. He was with the Field Artillery
and in tho first division to go to
Colomnn, who was employed in tha
Klamath Falls postottlce jraVone ot
tho first ot tho Klamath boys to en
list and ono of the first to reach.
France from his County. His Interest
ing letters were greatly enjoyodby
tho Herald rcadors after his arrival
there and It is expected that he will
be, chuck full ot Interesting adven
tures when ho arrives here. Tho data
his coming Is not yet known.
WHDDINO MONDAY KVKXIXG
William II. Fraloy and Miss Mil
dred Rosocrnns woro married on
Monday evening by tho Rov, E. P.
Lawrence at his homo at Third and.
Jefferson. The happy couple left on
tho train yesterday morning for Med
ford, whorejbey expect to remain for
somo tlmo. w