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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1919)
OFFICIAL PAPEIt OF
Thirteenth Year No. 3,606
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1919
Price, Five Cents
him, vAvr.ii of
HAS EASED UP
Strain Over Italian Situa
tion It Relaxed.
WELCOME NEWS COMES
S.iirr of Mr N Ww'H.
bit u of Nature lo Cliwr Up
WMhlngton !Upll IeilpmH
Ar Kipwlnl tliao" iWgn at
IhuUpr!. Whrrc Mny Ait Itclnic
WASHINGTON. I). C April 21 -The
Italian situation In (tin po.ico
notlalUn In Hearing rapidly, nr
rordlnK t" advlre received nt I lie
WMi limine today
The anion by President WlUon Imi,
kn (nilomnl everywhere tlio udvl
en ham declared
Juit wlmt development huve nk
ttt placo lina not been iIUcIimpiI lull
the tenalon privnllliiK for the last
Ihrw tiara In Administration quarter
li ccmiileriibly relaxed an n result ol
'AltlS, April ! -Older Mi
Un -enl m rear Admiral Andrew
rotnmandlni- tlm American navul for
rrt In the Adriatic ten. directing 'ilin
to take exceptional precaution to
'told "llil dlsorderi'ln view of
the tennlon with Italy.
PAKI8. April :S A leletiltiinn
mtiMite her todny ay tlmt PrctnUr
Orlando aa given an PlltuualnMlr re-
tfptlon at Rome on hla rrri.nl nnlj
tail me crown enuorscii in uruun
LONDON (Corrcapondcnro of llio
AiuorUtvii Piess.l llrlllah sxport,
eeklriK to forecast tho future poton.
tlallilcs of aircraft, seem 10 ngroo
that It In to tlm nlmtilp of rlKltl con
tructlon, not to tho airplane. Hint
one mtiat Irok fop tlm maximum ofi
Tlic HiultiitloiiH of iilrpliituiH du
iRiifil on promint principle are. do
finitely known Teclmlrully, It la tin
cited fnrt that mi nlrplnne cm
not Ij.i produced which Ih cupulilo of
tranni'ortlnK n cninninri'hlly udn
1"t Ininl f r n loiiKor non-Htop
JUkIiI than 1.000 miUvK. For prac
tical purposed r.00 to S00 mllcti nru
roKanled it tlm worlmblo IIiiiUm. .
Hut the prospects of nlmltlpH nro
'tnncli lews eiiHy to dliiKnoao. it Ih
jernunliud (hnt rltjld nlr8lilw enn fly
w ilMnnceH of 2,r.00 iiiIIoh cnrrylim
R commouiiii ii r npproxlmntoly
fifteen loim im,) that tliey uro onnb
I to undorlako Ioiik fllKlitu now lie.
ved to hu ItnpORHlblo of iittalomont
Every InrronHo In tho bUo of nlr
Wps Is nrconipnnlod by grontor relit
t ve cffklnnry, but flio modlum-HUod
lrihlp have Kroalor ailvhntiiKP, It
8l'l. tliiiu Ih (jcnernlly suppoHod.
oyxmnplo, tho "North Soa rW of
00 linru-powor Ih capable "of trans
PorthiR a load of moro than throo
'n, ulmroaa tho foiu-oiiKlnetl Riant
Jl'Plnno of l.ioo horBo-power Ih nblo
10 lift Icfm than four toitH and burnii
llco n iiiucli Knsollno.
noun cluii Mi:i:r.
riio llnppy Hour Club mot Titosdity
""noon nt tho homo of Mm. W IN
Johnson, Tlmao presont wnro Mch-umu8-',
j, BttilmnotJi, II. I'oUas.
iorKO nioliii, j, h. Hamilton, Fran
tn. (losB, Hurry lllclinrdBon, It. A.
f-mmlti. Ham Hummers, Jonnlo Hum.
jVa North, John Johnson, Ooorso
""atihruy, will U. Wilson aud W. 1.
'BOB" ADAMS WILL
GET HOME TONIGHT
Tim muny friend of "Hob" Adam
will Im tiliiimnil tn hour tlio Kood now
Hint IliU young iiinn, who Im boon
Nhootlng hole tlirmiKli tin- eueiuv
In tliti trenches of tlm Argonae forest
and other part of tint front line and
who wan In tlio thlrkrst of tlm fight.
Iiik durlnic the bfx cloalng campaign
of thn wnr, la now cotnlim In from
Weed anil will Im here, on tlm train
nl snven-lhlrty thla evening,
A message wb received Uat even
Inn to tltU effect Wy hla father J.
Frank Adama, who la at work on hla
dredger on tipper Lake, and that
Frank ban been wnlklnK around on
nlr ever alnro, la hardly necoaaary
to be atatnd. Yoiiiik Adam waa
slightly wounded Just before the ar
mlatlre waa signed, but ho Iiuk now
AUDITION OF TWENTV FIVK
THOUSAND IMH.I.AHS since
VKKTKItDAV XOOX. MAKES
OUTLOOK HERE llltKillllllt
After one or Two day when tin
eaiilta were mole or ln dlahearten.
fiiK to tho lider of the Victory I-oa'i
drive here, tluve worker are nrfMin
n en ring the untie that won't c inu
n'f today n i. 'eaull of the Coun'.'i
total wblMi t it now reached the
tho $I2'..000 mark. .
With the exception of n.(W Tiom
Merrill, thla hu all liven t.ui u-rlhe'l
In Klamath Fall and Indlrnte.i that
the city' kojI of $173,000 l.j In slRlil.
Twenty-flu thousand dollar ho.i
been aubnrrlbed alnfe yetterdity an I
n 'few more day nt thla pnee will
how Hie ret of Hie Male lite' Klain
nth Fall ha not forRotteu t'nrl.j
Sam I'roe'nct wcrker -ill over the
(OHIItv are tuny KettlllK fulm-rlp-HoiiH
but diflnltorpori linve not
been obtnlnible up to I till time
The County's quota of .3:tS 000
i divided Into preclnrt in follews:
lat. $2S4no; 2nd U.MM: 3rd
$1(1700; 4th 2S.f.0t: "Ji 2.li00.
filli. 24,100: 7th 20.200; Stli 3400;
'nil 1 I -I'lrt lOi'i 1.TI0.
Midland. $5100; I'lnn (Irnv $G -
lino- ,lt l.nkl $!M00: Klamath ARen
cy.2400; Worden $000; Mulln M.
000; Wood Itlver. J2-.I00; Kl'imntll
l.nko, $2700; Fort Klamath $12.800
Dairy, $r.200; llonanxa, $7400- l.nn.
Bell Vnllev, 51.100; AlRoinn. $1200;
Swim $2700; lllldelirnud $!H00;
Itlv, $10,000 Toiwy. $llo0' Morilll.
$10,(150; I'oe Valley. 3200- Odell
$1200; T'll" I'"''". $tr'-'10rt' 1'li'vnn.
$7200; Southern Pacific Ci., $3,000;
KcHteraon Liynher Co. $lt1rt; Kwiin.
im llox Co., $7700; Chaltoi l.li.' .t
llox Co., $32r.O; AlKonn l.br Co.,
$11,300; rellcnn liny l.br. Co, $20,.
R0i Modoc l.br. Co., $8,0u0; "Ulnm
.Mil MfK Co., $9Sr.0; Lamm Lumber
IndiiHtrlal iiuotiiH Riven nboo nro
the mi l" "J ,1,n cmi'loyw. The of
flcor have a soparalo .itiotn.
ENEMY TO I'AY 1UO
TAX OX LUXURIES.
lU'RLIN, April 2(1. Gorman ploa
Hiiro Bookers will bo onlled upon to
pay n considerable, part of tho roRt
of tho war thru n special amusement
tux which will form nn Important
part of tho government' now finan
cial policy. Tho -tax will apply to
admission to theaters, concerts, tlio
movies nml dances. Starting at Ion
per cent on tho cheapor tlckots It
rise to thirty porcont on tlio prlco of
Tho passion for nmusoment nftor
Ioiik yoam of war I so Kreut tlmt tlm
lax Ih not oxpoctod to discourage at
tondanro of theatre.
. Gambling Is In gront favor In nor
mally Just now, mid tlio playing card
tax which In ordinary times would bo
considered prohibitive l expected to
havo iirnctleiilly no effect on sales of
PORTLAND BODY I
I TO I INDIANS!
KLAMATH TltlllAL COUNCIL WILL
hki:k co-operation- of i'okt-
I.AM CHAMHKKOF fOMMKItCK
IX GKTTIXO FUXDS
F. II. Hutto, an official of the
Klamath Indian Keaervatlcn, who
went to Portland thl morning;, will
attempt to enlUt the Portland Cham
ber of Commerce In a move to aid
the Indian nccuro fund from the
Indian Department for construction
of denervation highway, according
to an announcement made today.
The Indian have Indicated their
wllllnKneHM and dcilro to have a
portion of tho Tribal fund expended
for the contrurtlon of roads which
will be In kceplnR with those now
to be built thru tlie rest of the. coun
ty ' They do not want the visitor
romliiK In to bo disappointed when
limy come lo the reservation bounu
tries uud they nlo want the roadk
for their own crnvenlonre. An
appropriation for a hospital hud one
of half n million doll'irs 'or equip
ment whl'ii will enable them to hold
.the cattle now belnR I.hu. U them
and fncllltuto their operations. l. nl
i to ! lecu'efled.
TPu I'K fnflnonco which tho power
ful :'orl.and Chamber can vIoldt In
niutler of thl kind U nulled bv
the Tribal Council which propoe CI
Wave no atone unturned to accomplish
these forward tep.
Mr. Hutto took with him the
hearty endorsement of the Klaiimlh
Commercial Club over the slKnaturo
of Presldenf J. W'.' SlemeiM and
Monetary Cipt. O. C. Applegate In
HAITIST8 IK HKLAYKO.
The Odd Fellows and Rebek-Jh.
who were to havo attended tho verv
Icc of tho llnptist Church In u body
tomorrow mnniliiK In colebrntlon ot
the Centennial annlvetsary of tho
Odd Follow lodRe, have delayed uts
event for one 'week owing to tho ab
sence of tho Pastor Reverend WII
on. Mr. Wilson Intends to prepare
a speclnl sermon In lienor of. ihu
event next Sunday.
couxtv court mi'ktc
The County Court I- In sesMon
this afternoon at tho Court lUoms.
l'l III N if' aBBBtWKiaWW f ( I " s I illllr
IJKAL'TIFl'L XKW Itr.HIHKXCK IH
OI'KXKI) WITH I'AHTV FOIt
VOL'NO I'KOI'LK OF 11 IMT
Or Friday evening the 20th, Mr.
nn1 Mr. O. C. Mitchell opcnel up
','ieir beautiful new home on Walnut
Avenue, to the youna; people of tns
F'.rst Christian Church, the ocahlcr.
belnR In honor of the blrthda) of
Mist Maudo Miller, Mr. Claudo
Carter, and MUs Florence Chrlaman.
ReadlnR. game and charades
were Indulged In until a late hour,
after which three delicious .cakos
lighted with birthday candle were
sot forth on the table, and a delici
ous repast followed.
Those present were Misses Rachel
K. Applegatc. Pearl Lundy. Oertrude
Wlrtx, Inez Bell. Ruth Miller MaJJe
Miller, Florence Chrlsman, Mesdames
M. L. Miller and . C. Mltchellsnd
Messrs. Ray Trimble. Forrest Hous
ton. Claude Carter. Joe Carter, John
Carter, Thomas Massey, GarrUon
Mitchell, O. C. Mitchell. Rev. Mr.
BABY- CHILD IS
LAID TO REST
Little Charlotte, tho sir month
old child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Surber passed away yesterday at the
Surber home at 1026 ilaln 8treet.
The little one death wa3 due to a
complication of causes. The funeral
services were held at 9: 20 this morn
ln nd Interment maJe In the local
KREFELD. Germany, April 2C--nelglan
mlllury authorities in this
part of occupied Gorman recently
fined the Gormm manager of e Kre
feld department store 10.000 marks
foi HcllluR to German civilians o set
of tin soldiers in German field
I Rray" unlformH overpowering toy
no'.dlers representing troop ot Hi"
SACRED CONCERT, x
There will be a Socrcd concert at
thn Presbyterian Church tomorrow
cvenliiR by n chorus choir under the
direction of Mr, Charles Wood Eber
leln. Everybody who enjoys good
music Is Invited to bo present.
FILL THAT SLEEVE
i AT SHASTA VIEW
That there was a good attendance
and a fine meeting at the Shasta
View School last evening, Is reported
today by O, E. Hunt, one of the .n
terprlslng rancher and Miss De a
Matcr, one of the Shasta view teach,
era, who are In town today from
Result of the School Industrial
Club work were ahown on the scresn
and an accompanying lecture deliver
ed by County Club leader Agent Sex
ton, which proved very Interesting.
County Agricultural Agent I-., H.
Thomas alao gave a most Interesting
talk along the lines of nl work. Voc
al and Instrumental numbers by 'he
school were greatly enjoyed by all.
AT HIGH PITCH
Dateless Dispatch by Associated
Press With the return of Premier
Orlando to Italy, rapid developments'
of Italy's attitude toward a final
peace settlement are expected.
The Italian Prime minister had
planned Immediately after his arriv
al to confer with the King and then
call a council of the Ministers, where
arrangement would be made to call
a meeting of Parliament Immediately,
Instead of waiting until May 6th
Advice now say that the Italians
are rushing large forces of troop to
Flume. Baron Sonntno 's expected to
go to Rome today.
Violent Ifightlng Is Teported at
Munich, where the government lor
ces are gaining headway against the
The Cxecho Slovak forces are
steadily advancing on Budapest where
conditions of Chaos exist and where
many persons are being summarily
nxecuted or hrown Into prison.
Russian reports .say that regular
. fommunlcatlon between the Allied
forces In South Archangel and Adnilr-
I al Kolshaks troops on the east v,-ll
' soon be established.
! Owing to tho burning out of
tho electric heal.ir on one of
our llnotvno machine, there -has
oeen for the pa -it two davs a nee-
cfsary curtailment, of the news
i.t tho Herald. V- hope to linve
this trouble remedied by Mon-
OUT TOO LflHB
Wants to Help Bring It Back
HOPES FOR RESULTS
Stateaman Declares That He
Keep Hammering Away as Loatg a
He Bemalas at, Washlngtoai a
lieres Administration FavoraMc as
Bail'dias; of Natron Catoff.
Information which Senator UcNry
aslced from the Klamath Commer
cial Club to back him up in bis ef
fort to resurrect the Natron Cut-off
enterprise was furnished thru the
Eugene club, which had at hand II
the necessary details as to the pres
ent status ot construction In the line.
A.letter Just received by Capt. Apple
gate from Senator McNary shows his
deep Interest In the preposition, and
that the means to leave no stone
Inturned to secure action In the mat
ter. We quote as follews:
"I have your letter of the 11th. dis
cussing the "Natron Cut-oft" and mjr
efforts to persuade the Government
to undertake the completion of the
railroad line between your city sad
the Willamette Valley.
"I feel that the Railroad Adminis
tration Is sympathetic with my ef
fort and will approve the expenditure .
of the money provided we can get
the consent of tbe Directors of the
Southern Pacific Railroad Company.
"I have telegraphed you for data.,
and have asked If you desire me to
present the matter to the Chairman,
of the Board In New York.
"Klamath has been out of Oregon
too long, and I want to assist in.
bringing It back into the family.
"You have a wonderful country
and you need this line, so does the
Railroad company, and I have hopes
of getting some results.
"in any event I shall keep ham
mering away as Jong as I am here.
But I sincerely hope that this result
will be obtained before- the end ot
my term, which Is six years."
WAS BIG EVENT
DAXCK AT WHITE PELICAN LAST
.NIGHT PROVES ONE OF MOST
SUCCESSFUL PARTIES OJ
YEAR IX KLAMATH FAVf.l -,
No prettier or moro successful,
social event this season has been
enjoyed than the dancing party given
at the White Pelican Hotel last even
ing by the ladies ot the Episcopal
Church of this city.
This Is the first time that this,
famous hostelry has been opened for
a large dance for n long time and the
old familiar spirit of Jollity and
comradeship which pas been mora or
less in restraint during the ai.xlous
months of tho war, but which seema
somehow linked tightly to the
beautiful public home, was again In
Tho attendance was so largo that
the enterprising promoters avo sure
to realize a handsomo sum for the
wot thy cause In which the affair we
given. The Peerless Orchestra was
never In bettor form and tha Hon.
was flno. Many ot the returned
soldier and sailors were back from
overseas to enjoy tha occasion.
A feature ot tlio evening's euter
tlinment was tho splendid singing by
Mrs. J. H, Dalontho French bride ot
ii rotunied aviator, who Is vlsitliiK
hero with lilm for n few days. Mrs.
D.illn has. unusual talent and her
tolos wore given repeated enehores.
llio songs were sung In tlio Frencn.