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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1919)
OFFICIAL PAPER OF,
OFFICIAL PAPER OM
Thirteenth Year No. 3,622
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1919
Price, Five Cent
KLMUTH FILLS AUSTRMNS TO
mm GET VERDICT
MAMMOTH AIRPLANE THAT IS ON ITS WAY TO ENGLAND.
Women's Improvement Club Fninou Gun Works to Be
Gets Behind Move I D'mant!ed, Reported.
MEETING YESTERDAY J RIGID STIPULATIONS
!llr Arr (V.nlncr1 Thitlr Move to
lie Autlmrlrd by Coming Klwtlori
Will IU Mrrrl) IU(lf)liiK Agree
nirnt Mmle Before Comtriu Hon
llrgnii Itoml llrailiiro Tumble li)
WIImiii'h MrMf in IVmRrr Will
He Wry Short (Ji-rmau Drlrgu.
lion Wry Ituxy Shotting Thr)
Chiiiii.i Sign Trrnly nml I'UIng
l'i Our Mori- AKiecnhle hi Hie
I I'AltlS. Muy K Prrsldi'til Wllv.il
lum niMni'd tln ruble riiiuiiitilH Hint
IiIh iui'miiiko lo CoiiKrcHu nl til" :lpn
rliil kkhkIiim will mil hu morn limn :i
few luinilri'd words
i Tin- Ailxlrlnn penro di'lt'Kutlo'i wil
iikni'IiiIiIk licit Wrdiii'sduy to receive
tlu pmirii tiTiiiH It Is understood tint
, Hi ii illsmiwitlliiK of tho fumoun Sku'l.i
1 Armament work will be required In
Tin1 Women's Improvement Chili
litM ii n lniiortntit nieetliiK it t the
Council Chiitubem In tin- City Hull
yritrrilny afternoon. The. i'nttlon wan
lirrrl)' taken up with conference
lth tin- Eiecutlvit Committee of tlu
Slnhnrii road, tin Kttutlemen o(
uhlch were In uttitmlanre. Tin- Iml
ln of I lie Cluli showed great Intrri'nt
id brought out clearly nnil tu their
Hllifactlnn from thn gentlemen pri'n
ml the idtuallon of the city In regnrd ,,..., ., ,, . .
... ... . I'AltlS. Mny IS. Thr Couiii of
to tho proposa to turn over tho ., ,. . ., . ....
,. , . , ' .. . ., Jour have declined to conn err Vnn
Municipal Hallway to th Oronon, , .. . , ,, ,
... ,. , ' . ' Rrockdorff Itantxau'ii note on labor
Cillfornlu anil Lantern Kullwny In ' ..,,
. I 11 KlnlHllUfl
ichnnn for tin Income bonds of'
,b,tro'"1 WASHINGTON. I) C. May I r.
Thr point whrti hrouRhl nut . lUymond II Fosdlck of New Vork
lhomil that the people of thin rlty t. ,. of Hip permunrnt Ame-l-re
limply currying nut the orlRlnul I run n-pri-in-ntiitlvi-H In tlu Council of
Tln which from tho llmt. ciintmnplut.j thr League of NuIIoiih. when tho
rq mi. iiiciirpnriiiion nr tin-Miinlclpnp liiRiin In organized, It In offlcl.il'v
line wllli thr through line of tln Ore-' leurned today.
ton, California & L'ltntoni Itttlluti) I
The clrrtltui of May 2lnt being mere-' BERLIN. Wednesday ( lly Assorla
U ratification nf uti nKri'fini'iit ul- ted Press) Count Vonllrnrkilnrff
f'nily liiailn hy llii'in mid ImpotrH no ItiiiiUnu, limit of tho Curniiiu Pi'iiru
iilJIHotiiil hiirili'ti of nny kind on thp i ilvli'Kiitlon. U riimiiiiliilriitln to thn
tropic hut on thn ronlrarv rilliri I ' other nicriiliiTK of thn di'lcKutlon. I ln
the city of the owncrnlllp of thr rond l"t of thn thrri' tinlm ln Hrnt to
taklnc IioihIh In lli'ii Aiinlhir point I Prrjnliir Clriiiriirrnu. polutrd nut
of Trent linportiilico to thr city iind ' Hint thr irni'r trrnlv III lt prrscnt
hlch un lliiinrdlittrly upprrclnti-1 ' form iniilil not lir sIkiii'iI hccnilsi) Ii
lr tin' liiillcn uiin hroiiKht up hv Cup' iwiih IiiiiohmIIii to fulfill thr trrms.
FIiiiMi Thr prrnrnt rail llur i Thr Crrmiin tli'lcKiitm h" miiil,
I'alry a- lout; an II rrmalni In thr muni rnilrinor to lmpror Ihr treaty
"tii rnhlp of thn C'ty Ib rxrtnpt fron " 'is I'1 miiko Its hIkiiIiik ihimIIiU'
taiatlnn Ah noon iih It piikhviI toi
the () ( I.' ... (-,, I. hnrniiii'ii
tunhli! and thr pannriiKer trrmliinlK
"hlcli will ,n hnllt In th city IokiHIi- J
rwh tint land that mum hr iirniilr
"I fnr tin. trrmlnnlH will then pro-'
lace tnintlon Tim luilli'H of thr Cluhi"
ontnlmmiHly aRrrrd that thrnt wim ,
"otliliiK lo hr dnnii hut to ratify tint
ale (if (hr road at tint polld May 2 IhI I
. . .... i. . . 1
".. .,M i, Wan uimnlinmiKlv rmolv- ciuci'l'l'
'u io appoint an Kli'cilon Conimltlro
r- 4 r Z-' E
OFF N MB
Start Is Made at 5 O'clock
TWO PLANES IN RACE
Eye of Civilized World Will Carter
on News of Most Daring U
taking Krer Attempted by
Hkctch of Daring Pilots Who Will
Guide nig Planes on Their World
THEPASSKY, X. F., Mny IS.
(By Associated Press ) Americas
Navy seaplanes NC-I and NC-3 made
Hop-off shortly after 3 P. M. ob
Flight to Azores.
HOT SPRINGS HOME
I HAS CHANGED HANDS
WELL KXOWX CITV IIOV WEL
COMi:i HY .MAXV I'HIE.NDS
Ai-"ti:it i:.'PKini:.cE i.v the
TIIE.NCHES. HAS WHITTEX HIS-TOItV
Arthur Wilson of the City and
County Abstract company, has taken
over the property at 111 Earl street
In Hot .Springs addition, formerly
owned hy Joseph S. Kent, and which
is now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
II. Foster The consideration of the
deal has not been stuted
EXGIXEEK WHO HAS .IL'ST P.E
TCHEH FItOSI OYEKSEAS SEHV.
ICE CDS (ilKl, FROM IlltOOU-
ixf;s. . to i.m-: at kihk
HALIFAX, May 15. Tha United
Stages Seaplane N' C 4 after returning
hero from an earlier start fo'r Tre
passey, Newfoundland made a new
start today at noon.
Everything possible has been doc
to make the overseas flight as sf
as possible for the nervy aviators.
PROVE TOO COSTLY M O It K
inns to he opened ox may
"7TII NEW SCHOOL PLANS.
10 'it Hi" proposal lo -mil Is ear-
flul .M) 21m mid to koi out nory
Hllalilc voir Thn I'rrKlilnit, Mrs.
Kosi. Hoiih, llrnllon tln.n appolnlril
Ihs fiillimiiiK comtnlltrr lo lakr
fl"irk'c of the I'lrrtion on May 2IM.
?'r ' ''"'! Wood Klmrli'ln. Mrs K
Mil kim. Mrs s K Mail In. .Mrs C.
" I'l'iml. Mrs. II it. te)iinlilH and
J,r" W I'oolr
Til" liiadrr of thn liiori'iiso hy pop
'"or suhsrrlpilon of thn Stiahom
iillrnnu Trrnilnal Kiiu.l was iiIho
nnrnly iHsciihsimI Ah (his fund was
'"nti'ly crrairil hy tho woiiirn of HiH
flh' lliroui-ii Hni inno Cluli which
Va' 'inpoHrd ritllroly of woiiirn,
'W'r.il or ih,, i,i,n,, prrnotil worn
. '" ' "" Dm Inforniatloii ilrslr-
( " "-Plr of Hin City riiKiirdlnir
''' " "nil iIkUih of way wan also
N" malt of ,,r uiy nwnrd of prizn'i
"I" I'WIII rs of II, o l,..ol l,,,i,i i, ,
''" lo 111. linli... t ..r l.:. u
J.IKhlXIMII 1,1 .11IO. .,.
1 '11 lllll COIIIICRlIoll II Will
'' ird (lint tho El);u niipro
" ilnlliiiti to ho uwuriluil in
.H'IKJT FAILS TO tilt.WT
TKMPOHAHY IXJCXCTMIX IV
spit oveu env li.Mtii.viii: i:i.-
The wedding ceremony of Ernest
I.. Cassel of Kirk and Miss Xaoma
Moore of BrooklnRs, Oregon 'vas prr
formed yesterday afternoon by the
Reverend E. P. Lawrence ut nls
home on Third and Jefferson.
The groom Is one of the solillers
who has Just returned from overseas
service and taken a position at Kirk.
He was Identified with the Tenth En
gineers. The bride was accompanied hero
hy her mother from Brookings and
was present at the ceremony
""reami f this fund to flftv
'I I.II'l'V mil Ihr lirnnilumt
li r. ..
I'lv , ,
I'K'il L. Morlov of IIiIh
' iril an luvllnllon to nl
'""ti.il Ciiiivnnlliiu of Ho-
"Hioi'h fv,)m ,) first to
Hal Attn..,,A m... ,..
lie """1111; i'iiy. inoro lira io
lati" numl,1' (lt moutliifis wllli pro.
,, ''"" "fflnoiH nml other orgunlzu
tl("" t this time,
Application for a tomp'rinv onlor
to rrstralu Fred 1'. Uri'uuo.i licm
liiiulliiK KiirluiKu away frni'i i aln
ratlnt; Iioiihi'H In tho city lui been ro
ftiHrd and a ilriiiurrrr to llio imih
plaltit Hiistuinrd, III thr suit li'ionlly
hriiui;ht by IOd Iluntrr In a cutitro
)rrsy nr thr city gurbiiKf.
Tlli'so fllldlllKH lux i borll Blvr'i In'
Circuit Juilgo 1. V. Kuyki'ii'l.ill (i 1
liiwlni; 11 liourlng of thr itrg'imi'ii'x
Iluntrr was trcrutly appolntr 1 eiiy
scavrngi'i' undrr tho now KiirbfK'i r.r
illnauco pashi'd hy thr City C Hint II.
I'nilnr tlu trniiH of his coiitr.ifl ho
was to haul all tho naibiiK" for tnmi
lalril fool and In hr protected liom
coiiipollllou by n lii'i'liNP fro ot a
It lutor ilovulopril Hint Mr. Cini-1 man.
tioti hud priivlounly rontuictel nml
paid for Kn.hao fiom several of ";"CUMMINS WILL HEAD
HI Inclnal oatlllg hollies uiul ho .vn-
tendoil for his right to Rnihrr :l r
rofusn for which ho h.ul paid The
t'liso linfl (iroiiBOil POiiHlilrriiblP Itnrr
est hero. Thn plnlutiff Is lppresrlit
od by Allot iioy It. C. (irorsbri'k mid
Hip defendant by IlPiiimr and elms-tnln.
Well (lino to our of Hut Klamath
Kails heroes who lime been thru th"
big ordeal In the fnr off trenches Is
biting showered today on Corporal i
Forrest Pell hy his many friends in
i this city. THOSE OPENED BY
Corporal Poll arrived last nlKht i
from Portland where ho left his com-,
nolo Ralph Carter, who has been ,
with him slnct! their enlistment to
gnthi'r In tho all 1st Amhllliiii'-r Com
puny of the Sltlth Sanitary Trajn of!
thn Ninety First DMslnn. Carter,
who was married in Portland after i With $ IS, 000 to work with and happy couple expect to make their
l his enlistment, will remain there for'ovor $22,000 usked, th eschool board home at Kirk.
time. 'of District No. 1 faced a problem yes-
! Corporal Pell, who was formorly turdny afternoon when it considered
I city editor of tho Evening Herald the bids for tho new school Jiuildlng
luiH many Interesting things to tell! that Is to bo located in the Mills Ad-
inf his ten months training tit Camp dltlon. Thore wero soveral bids, tho
l.invls, his MiyiiKo to Franco last July highest reaching tho $22,000 mark,
nml his battle engagements at St. but all of them wore too high, and,
Mihlel, the Argoiino forest and In Hip the board decided to reject all and
l.s Scheldt sector In Belgium. He , call for new ones. Tho now bids will '
was actually at thn front and In ac- ho opened May 27, when It is hoped
Hon for twenty-four days lio wm tho contractors will have n change of
lu Auilptiurilo, Belgium when the i heni t, or change of pencils and fig
arinlstlcn was signed, niemhors of thr uro closer to tho $15,000 that tho
!lst Division liming captured the 'hoard will have to spend.
city on thn day previous. in tho erection of this now building
Pell and Curler were In Hip Com-, in tho Mills addition, the board is
puny coiiimanded by Major Kbrrlo starting on a policy that It is hoped
Kuykonilall, previous to his death, will hn followed. It Is for tho erec
Thoy wore nine months overseas. jtton of several buildings so located
Corpoial Poll has prepared a com- as to accomodato tho future, growth
plnln history of his company's ac-' 0f the city. This will call for a simi
tlons from tho tlmo of starting until lar strurturo at Shipplngton, auotlior
their lolurii. for (ho bonoflt of l ho at Falrvlow. tho eventual abandon
liiomhrra Hiomsrlvri. It will lie ' monl of tho Central school and tho
HOI III CITY
SEVEN ROOM RESIDEXC1
OVER BY PHYSICIAN. IMPROVIv
MENTS TO RE MADE
The planes have a dual control
system, with seats side by side and
forward of the gasoline tank, for th
pilots, each of whom has a complete
set of instruments, including c.ompaa
ses. The navlgstlDS ftntlftt, tuttl
ted with the regulation marine in-
Istruments, Is In the bow, while the
engineer and radio operator occupy
the main compartment at the tanks.
The planes are expected to cruise,
. without winds. To (land) miles an
hour and the gasoline capacity of 11,
400 pounds will carry them upwards
of 1,500 miles, considerably In ex
cess of the longest lap of the ocean
flight from Trespassey to the Azores
With Commander Towers in charga
of the expedition, the three planes set
out in command of Mr. Towers, Lieu
tenant Commander A. C. Read and
Lieutenant Commander P. N. L. Bel
linger. Commander Towers who Is 34
years of age, was born In Georgia and
entered the Naval Academy in 1902.
After service on various warships ha
was assigned to the aviation section
for instruction three years before the
The outbreak of the European War. Mid
winter of 1912 found him In charge
of the aviation camp at the Guantan
amo manoeuver grounds of the At
lantic fleet, and In September, 1914,
as a lieutenant, he went to London as
assistant to the American naval at
tache. After a tour of duty on tha
staff of the chief of operations at
Washington, during which he particl
I pated In the selection of aviation sta
tions and won his commission as com
mander, Mr. Towers was designated
early this year to develop the plans
IV HOT tor "le trans"Atlantlc flight.
I Lieutenant Commander Read, 32
T KEV ' years of age, was born in New Hamp-
j shire. After leaing Annapolis he
filled varied assignments until 1915,
l when he reported at the naval air sta
jtiou at Pens.icola, Fin., for Instruction
Two years later he took command ot
printed hern and a copy sent to each l erect Ion ot anothor
By a deal Just completed lere I'r. tho aviation station at Hay Shore, on
II. C. Schleof becomes the owner of , '-""B Islantl. later assuming a slmi
a seven room residence at tho corner i lar I'0' ntMIninl. Fla. While on the
of Pacific Terrace ami Earl Street In stafr of tll chiot o llaval operations
Hot Springs Addition, hovotoforo jat Washington tho following ear he
i.ni.i i... ti.. i t- c?. ... p r..,j,', ...i wus ueincnea ror tenmorarv iiiitv in
inn. nnotlrrli In uum ". .un. u. i. .luuuil Ul liluinuiu. " " -"
tnko envo of the territory
between i l " llow nor is given immeamio
MUIb nildltluu and Falrvlow. It will Possession u mo property mil pinna
i... o.. c.,..,, .i.io o....... ,...,. .,.,, n,o to mako some ImprovemontB iru bi-
UU BVBII ....... I...C ....... IhWUIWI. "" . ... . ..... I ll I, ,.... ... 1 ,.. .ll .. .
inu mm lo uerora moving into It. The : "" "UB " iim-iiiiuu m
connection with tho camouflaging of.
BOiiplmiea nt Hampton Roads. Va., lat
er holding changing assignments un-
1 tho ileiuaiids for school hulldlnits.
REPUBLICAN SENATORS and giounds will bo provided for for transaction wns tundo tliru tho ogen
years to como, if not for all ey of J' p- MBlro-
SHEEP SHEARER HERE.
'ITALIAN' L.WDIN'0 FORCES
ON DALMATIAN COIsT.
MARRIAtii: LICE.NSK Issl'ED.
A nun 1 1 ire lli'i'iiso hni lo"ii Issm d
to (hail" l.unt of Hip Hivhu Loir
illstrlet and Mis Blrdln Puekett by
County lioiK Churli's It, DoLup.
WARlllNfTrON', I". C , Mp ' "
senator Cummins of lo..i I - '
1'iiMired hy (he PregieHilvr' .n ! li
t n iiuiiiilmoiisly for President pro tern , II. C. (Irnniils ami wife hnvo ar-'
of the Sonatoul the orT.ml'a'iiii' i oi-jrlved hero from Chico, Calif. Mr. i LONDON, May 15. Tho Italians
ferrnco of the Itpiublnn 4oulor- ' Ornnnis, who is an expert mnchlnn nrp landing lingo military fovoe? at
Senator I.mlgp of M iK-n.iiu-1 its shcaior, Is on his way to tho Tuttlo .nrn mu spb'onlco on tho Dalmatian I "10 Btntf ot tbo fhlef of naval nerou
was ro-olected paitv Inner. ',' blie.irliig corrals. After the sheiirlng , coast, according to n dlsnatch fm-ii I utlc.. he was assigned to the Peu-
iiu-isloii of thn roiiif ven ''r.vor Hii'soabou Is over, ho expects to locate Bolgrndo nml Borblnn capital. Troops
jCominltteo Clialrmniishlps for lVn-iln Klaiuntli Falls mid ombavk lu tho are being moved eastward and fort
roso nnd Wnnon hns been postponed Jvulcunlzliig business. ' Ifying ridges anil passes.
tho traus-Atlnntlo flight.
Lioutenaut Commander Bollinger,
horn In South Carolina 33 years ago,
weut from the Naval Academy to
sea duty, which Included command of
a uhnnrine. He loturned to the Aca
demy for aviation inutruct'on In 1912
nnd the following je.ir Joinid air
squadron. After sorvlco In 1914 on
sacola station, whore ho won prompo-
tiun to tho command ot tho Hampton
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