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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1919
Price, Five Cents
SHI FAITH I
Election Ycttcrdny Wa Al
WENT TWELVE TO ONK
v.,ile iif III) He-Afflrm Irtllli In
Ullnd llllil"r Whov Pmjrcl In
lUllnmU r..n.lrurll. Going l
Wrlii KnMfrii Oregon Trruil-
id I'uihI Sulirlllon ('onilnic lu
An lirelllloeil III lllene l'llll".IM
thi people of Klulnulll Fulls III-He I
out tu the polU jentetilu) unit t'U.sh
ri up Itielr rullriMil Joti In the tlioro
manner tliut linn become u iliurait.T
title of till mnnlrlpitllw The of
flclil fount disclosed a phenomenal
mitnritv of 12 ln I In fioor ft "lie
H.n.frr of the Municipal llbiltii- i i ,1,t,"1 " "tr,K"
ihr Oregon. California .in' LuMirn!
Hallway (o It ulll he n i ilmreil ISHI WILL NOT
tb.t on Nov H. Itfli. our . ..'. il . RETURN TO U. S.
ri the 30(.l (lllll liollll Us in for rill
timJ bnllillne lii mi eiiuriitiiiif . tjnr-' TOKIO. Mn 22 KIKuJIro Ishll.
1tr At elentii's election III.' people j Japanese nmhiiasiiitor to tile fulled
Ixcknl up their railroad jmliej mil i Stales. In mil experieil lo return to
1ntrci.Hl their rutin of uli .i-.-r,lil l",l "' Washington Huron Mu
thil nt N'oiemlier II. I'M.- iiv'ei- kino, crown nii'inlier of the house of
tliTH wiis the best ilui f"k "ler t'eern uml n Uleiuher of the pence
loni hy thl roinmuiilt W- h.ne i eoininlnnlon. him hemi ineiuioneil n u
!raontrutei our fur Ulfi! l.u. . poimllile ui-(.eor to Inlill
r rtiM unit tliul nrn n rum-1 Tlie Kokluiu. orciu of the hureuti
mimll) Hint turrlen mil prMetneH uml j rtn. ileclurei thut ron-lRii Mlnlmtr
Iv'lllM .alKi lillnlneil .itlte-iu ten I I'flililn prohulily Will recelle the Up-
Ill nut fall to take urrot-U f fits
fact hfii It comes to tlie Iii.tiIiiii of
lirctr mills and furtnrlei All IMht
rtmiliif to cleur up our pari of 1 1 !
Mllroail hulne In to riiinnlrtu oiir
Trmlniil Kiiiid trry sulUfurtury
pronrws tins lieen lliudo ',i the rti
th for mihcrlptlons ii n.k"Jurlly
klil tip h )elerdll' ili.ellilli
Thl iniirnlng bright unit earlv our
ffiniot liiiliiess men were out 'i
t bol) to wait upon our mm mill
ind a fm'iory luduiitrlea who will
be Kri-.itly benefitted hv tlie open
!.... .1 .1 t 1 ., o. ....
lot u i nt thn iliulirr In the S iriMne
SOLDIERS ARE CURED '
THRU THEIR DREAMS
LONDON. May 12 (Correspoii-'
!ce of the Associated Press) Cur-'
nerve siiuuereii Bonner uiru
lliclr ilreiiius Is the latest experiment I
ot the llrltlsh army medical corns.,
nd according to Captain M .Culpln,'
II l succeeding beyond nil nxpectn
"In the method I adopt," Dr Cut-
Pin lays, "thu patient relates thn Military department of thn I'nlwr
dreim to me I iiiestlnn him about , slty of Oregon, uml who Is highly ro
ll anil If the underlying memory Is' commended us a speaker. Is to glui
lot deeply blurred this questioning the address. The exercises will com
tt'T recall it, ii a B 0y m.cessary mencn at Slid at I tin Houston's
'olmlit upon tho man tulklng about! Opera House.
"Neit I make tho patient close his
e ami vlsuiillzo tho dream, and I
tfy to ascertain what particular fca-
' causes emotion. Ily dwolllng
00 thI fcnlurn I Inilurn an emotional
"lo anil assure him that ho folt llko
Jkt beforo and thut inomory Is com
wnen sucres sis ntlalned thoro Is
,ul1en chungo of facial expression
or en nn access of torror. Ily this
know I havo reached the truo causo
' " (Iroam. Tho inorost scrap of
"IVOIICi: ACTION FILED.
Alleging rru un, inlmmaii
ftmont an action for dlvorrn has
'" Inntltuliul In tho office of tlio
JBr Clerk hy Fnu "rnl
Mlnit ThomiiH Craig. The curtody
o children Is nskod in tho ccm
: nt' Attnriiny it. c. Orooshettt up
w,r 'or th plaintiff.
Oregon Probnlily ruin In the
,r lt0lht. Probably rain and cool-
, a eaBt portion, Rootle suuth
,e,lefly lnUs. '
ill I 11.11 I is
in i. i u in
w I Ml
N A.-IIIM ll) II I ,
'. '.' IHkIi w 1 1 1 I - li i . ii nil
! in. ii tin' m . r.iu i i
iiik ihiMii in U: iiiu r . :.i.ii in
I In' ma'' ucii- in. i ri'n:'i in
null ii hliiil
mi monism n.w i. ii.msi n
M'l I l I. MILLIONS.
I'OHTI.AMi, Mil) 22 Tln Mr
thnillst I'uiitenar) loiicheil the 10"...
i. linn imirli ill iiiMin tiiilii) In New!''''""1 Hunter l.lggerl. commander
VnrK. while 1 1 ... T iisii liml been r-
l ported lii I In- Norlhwest
"" """ " sitiiihsi
ulili tin. iilow growing flKun J.liin.. i
(Hill a ilu iiiuhI Im rclHirli'il liv Hun-
lu ,, , ri,r fllr , rumm,KIl
, i,m ilil-il one hundred unit
IU five charters In I In- northwest
I hi M fnllnl to report uml on these
report leuileni sny now il.id lln
Issue of the cenlenury
r w.uhan siitiiii. mav -.rtti:ii.
CAI.C.AItV. Mu 22 'l pi Cnlotis
lime Kturtetl nt In k on t.n ; hsl.on
of going out oil u general slrl'i- i mvI I
.Mnmlii) In nipiitli) u.tli lli" A'liun
peg workers Tile l.iilt x In e pre- i
It In lielleieit the milliliter to I'ek
' lllK xltl lie I'leiuteil to the rating of
iimlniix'iilor lifter tlie peace Ik HlKtieit
, III I'nrlx
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lI..N1 I.Hilir I'l Pll.s WILL III.,
t.lt.MU ATLIl FKOM KLAMATH
Ol Nl' HIGH SCHOOL. SPEAK
Hit COMES I'ltOM I . OF O.
Arrangements are now completed
for thn Commencement Ktcerclses j
Here lomorrow iiikui w lien meuiy-j
eight students, who tune completed
tin. course at the Kliunuth County i
High School will Im graduated us the
Class or ll!l.
Lieutenant Colonel, Ituyiuond
llnlnl. who Is Identified with
Tim class this year, which consists
of twenty-flight members Is smaller
hy four than that of last year. Only
seven of thn twenty-eight uro lurys,
Following Is the program for to
morrow night .
Music . ....Girl's Chorus
"That Sweet Llttlo Woman O'Mlne"
Class Marcli .. . Constance Flshor
Invocation Rnv. Wilson
Salutatory .. Ctirlstlnn Murdoch
Address . ..I.t. Cot. Itiiymond C. llalrd
"Amerliii nt War"
Valedictory Florence Howling
Prenentutlon of DIplnmiiH
Dr, l-J. I), Johnson,
Ilenodlctlon Rev. Ilnmrlck
Tlio cIiisr roll list Is ns follews:
Curl Adams, Union Addison, Hlls
llurtlott, Wftllls llurtlett. Ida iiro.vn,
Inez Roll, Warren llnnnett. Mylar
Calkins, Ruth Dixon, Florence Howl
lug, John Elliott, Wllfnrd Hnnry,
John Johnston; Rortha Lowdor-
Imugli, Kurln Montgomery, Vnvu
Martin, Dortlm Mnrtln, Dorothy Mil
lor, Chrlutlno Murdoch, Ruth Miller,
Julia McReynoltls, Kllon McVolgli,
Johophlne McClaln, Agues MeCor
na,ck, Dorothy 8anderson, Ib!cb
Storey, Elleuore Torrey, Mary VllI
MI,lll( I OIK I S AM)N(S Till:
iiiiim: aim: prepared to aii-(
wit on moments notk iii
II- Ol ItMANS IM) .NOT ro.MI'LV
COIH. ENZ. Muy 22 -Lieutenant
of Jlii' Army of Occupation iitwl Mujor
General Ulni'D, who were on their
) to London, were recalled tolay
'" 'l'lenr "V order from tin- Amurl-
run (ienurut liiiailquurterK iih part of
the neu ironrm for the American
Army In thn event t tut t the (lennuiu
ilo not nrrepl the treaty
Nfnn hutulre.il motor truckK lican
lo mote Tuenduy at inlilnlnht from
the ent of tm Ithlne to the lirlilK
lieml ureii unit lire helni; illntrlhuled
ut tnrloiiii polutH of luliiiutuKe aineui:
the troop who are holdliiK thn tone'
eunt of the Rhine. hIioiiIiI the occim-
liui urine for the American to Mart
Many of the Herman rlvllluiiH havo
' romplalned heriiiihe of the trucks
riiniMInK iirroiiH the hrlitKi". ut nlKht i
urfil illnttirhlnR tlielr (deep ,
Dun to the IncreiiHi-d Inilii' iMnil" of
frlrllon hetueen the Ceruiull elvllliin
unit Holdlem thruout the Amerlrun
uren of occupation, the American of-
flrem hiiie iiiirned tlie hiirirmnaHtera
ntnl other Oermiin officials thnt thevj
III he held renponnlhle for mr- viol-
ence or Htlemptii ut ilentrucllon of .
Amerluiu iirmy property
ST I.OIIS. Muy 22 President
Wilson wus criticised hy ronmlfslon
ers to the 131st general assembly of
tlie I'reib) lerlan church, I'nltcd
States of Amerlcu. for requesting
congress to repeal or amend the war
time prohibition act and a resolution
uns adopted urging rongrers to sus
tain thu law President Wilson Is an
elder In tlie church
A rop of the resolution will he
e'lhleit lo the President It follows'
"This assemlily luiirus with pain
that the President of the 1'nlteil
( Stales bus recommended to Congrei-s
1 11 II I 11 I L'lH-UI U IUI I HI III 1 1 nil- U II-
.. , . ... ....
hit on. nni n v ew of th s fact, wo
most earnestly petition congress that
It not only rutuln the measure hut
that the measure he enforced to the
fullest extent to tho end that the
needs of thu world for food mny bo
met, and that the efficiency and mo-
ral(, ()f ollr ow pP0,,, tu, ,in.Hered "
y:rJ Will I vs
VT,,lftra VYI" L.eave
For Toledo This Week
TOLEDO. Ohio. May 22 Jess Wll-
'lard has wired Tox Rlckard that ho
will tuiive Los Angeles for Toledo to
inni'row He requested Rlckard to
securo a town apartment for him ns
lie will not niuko his homo at his;
IIKLIE ED ASSntED.
t WASHINGTON'. I). C. May 22
Tho Woman's Buffrngo consMiiitio.wit
Auiendmeut In tho SetuMii gained an
other voto today when Senator Heal,
republican, announced that ho would
Tho stiff ruglsts claimed to hao
sufficient votos, beforo hU uunounco
in en t.
ODD FELLOWS NAME
new 3T.i: m:Ds.
SALEM, May 22. -Tu (nson
Grand 1-odgo of Odd Fnllows has
oloctod T. L. Hubbard of Hnknr r.s
Grand mustor, succocdlni,' W. K. Wal
kor ot Springfield, Dr. Ai.:hron
Johnson of Portland was chosen De
puty Grand Master
PLAN'S FOR KAISER'S
LUGANO, May 22. Two German
princes and one loading German aris
tocrat are hero planning a coup d'etat
by which they hope to restoro the
kaiser to the throne within two
months attar peace Is signed.
IM.ANS AUK NOW (d.MI'l.l.Tlin
iok ihsisess hi ii. ding at
corner of klamath i
I'll Til STREET. Tl'CCO Fl.
I'Jans for ronKtructlon of a new
liUHlnviii Imllillni? to he put up for
V. O. Smith at thu corner of Klam
ath and Fifth Street are now complet
ed liy Architect Herhert A I'circo
and it l expected that work on tl'C
now Htructure will he marled nt n.i
The hulldlnK In to be nlzty hy sixty
two feet, to ronslHt of two rooms and
lo facn Klamath Avenue. It wll' 'je
hultt of hrlck, with a concrete 'four -datlou,
the Klamath Arenuu and
Fifth Street side helnn finihen
u,, KtIlrr w C(Hl approxln;!it-
ly $10,000 When completed, on"
room will he occupied hy the O
Smith I'rlntlnK Company
THE DAI.I.ES.May 22 When com-
merclal club Becretarles of Oregon
gathered hero today for a two-day
conference, practically ovory commu-
-..-. .w a ..
UHJ VI illU DIAIU V4LS UiyiC9CULVU( ttv. -
'ecutlve secretary of the local
, tx-r of Commerce
I Thv convention' began at noon with
cqrdlng to Mrs Winnie Ilraden.
W. H. Wilson, president of Tho Dal -
r i - r .- j. ii
llin Dililrnu nf ulrnmn Thn resnnnan I
the uddreoa ot welcome, ine response
wa made by W. D. B Dodson. secre-
tory or me Portland cnamner or
The afternoon Is being deoted to
organization This evening George
Quayle will talk on the Oregon State
Chamber of Commerce, of which he
J Is secretary. An Illustrated lecture
on developing community spirit will
be given by A. F. Marsh.
CAMPAIGN HECiL'N TO
LOWER KOOI PRICES.
WASHINGTON, May 22. Repn;
sentative Fitzgerald. Maocrhuselts.
toduy began u campatgit 'i the house
to bring down food price. He intra
dtieiil a resolution La.Iliu: upon the
government to release all food sup
plies now- In storage except tnose
needed for tho government
Fitzgerald polut.Tt utit that food
has "risen to such iirlti us to i-erl-ously
endanger the physical welfare
ot tho people of tlm United States."
The resolution wui refeired lo the
house agriculture coninil'.tee
RILL INTRODITKD TO
KILL OFF RACK TRACK.
WASHINGTON. May 22. With
the object of killing off the race
track, Representative Sims, Tennes
see, has introduced In tho house a bill
to prevent the nullification ot stato
untlgntnhling laws hy prohibiting the
international or the Interstate trans
mission of bets or ot racing odds.
Dl'DLEV STORRS TIU II. SET.
OKANNOGAN. Wash.. May 22
Trial of 1). M, Storrs on charges of
seduction and Immorality ;is been
set tor June fi in Mtporln. court. It
was for Storm' lovo that Ruth Garri
son,, IS year old Soatllo girl, poison
ed Mrs. Storrs.
Miss Garrison wus acquitted by a
Jury, which found hov Mentally Ir
responsible, and today she wns sent
to tho Insane ward of thu state peni
tentiary at Walla Walla
IMPROVEMENT AT LIRERTV.
Hurry Poolo of thn Liberty Theatre
Is. putting In n concreto floor in the
lobby of his movlo liouso in tho Ja
RUSSIANS AIDING ALLIES.
AROHANGEL, May 22 Russians
are co-operating with the allied forces
and have captured Povleneti at the
head ot Lake Onega.
T T 1
MANY FRENCH TOWNS
CANNOT BE REBUILT
I'Aftl.S May 12- (Correcpondenei)
of tin- AHioclated I'renHi- InvetlBa
tloiM hy tlie commlHHion whl'li In ex '
amlnlng the devaBtated regions of
Franns are confirming the previous
evidence that many of the beautiful
towns and hamlets of the battle area
are so totally ruined that they can
neier be rebuilt
Vaur, of Immortal fame, has taken !
its place in tho long list, and the
mayors of two other historic villages, I
Uouaumont and Fleury, have recently '
notified their people, who are refu-'
gees in various parts of France, thnt
these places cannot be reclulmed. Not I
only is the soil In such shape that It,
cannot be cultivated for many years,
but the ruined hamlets are flt'.ed with
hidden explosives and other dangers
TALKS WITH FRANCE
MARSHFIELD, May 22 It In now
possible for the naval radio Fta'-on
In Marshfleld to pick up meages
from France A crew of workmen
from Mare Island has been a: weri: I the United States have sent a Joint
Installing new apparatus at the sta- j note to Italy asking an explanation
Hon. which makes it possible to re-1 of the landing of Italian forces la
cehe messages from IS. 000 n. I'm i Turkey.
away The Improvement cost about Pcemler Orlando answered th
JIO.OOO Actual communication t Ms ' note and replied that there had oeen
week was had with I.on3. France I a personal clash between him and
Churles A Stumpf Is the chief of ihei Premier Venlzeles of Greece whl'n.
station and has six operators. Two, resulted in the latter wlthilrawinj
more men will be added to ih. force, i from the Council meeting. The dlfft-
i cutty was apparently over tut land-
FA Ml LIES OF SOLDIERS ' ing of Italian forces at St-yra-t.
TO IIE GIVEN" ASSISTANCE which the Allies are tryln? Ji i:.tly
I to pacify with a mandate to Greece
Washington. May 22 Senator) for lts administration.
... . .. . i Tho hormone nru nnrnronl M frn
'ttman. aemocrat ot evaaa, nas'
ureed the ratification of the neace
I ...IiUaiiI .ln1 XT- nt.1 ln '
He said that'
Cham-'amendment of the covenant of '"ej
League " Nations would mean the'
' rejection of the whole treaty. Thej
ex-'""1' l1 ""
HoU8 the urged deficiency
I hill, nnnrnnrlatlnr fortr five million
j.,. ,. -.in . .ui .n
dollars for families Ol soldiers, sail-
0" and dependents of civil war vet-
FIGHT RAISE IN
PORTLAND. May 22 The city of
Portland will file suit in the circuit
court against the public service com
mission ot Oregon, demanding that
the recent order of the commission
allowing the telephone company to
raise rates be set aside.
This action was decided upon at i
special meeting of the city counc!"
The city contends that the puhli
service commission had no jurisdic
tion and no right to hear the ter.it, on
ot the telephone compan recently
because the company is controlled by
the I'nlted Stutes government and
the Commission therefore has no au
thority. Furthermore, it is claimed,
that no application tor a hearing was
filed by tho company and that uuder
the state taw the public service body
has no authority to hear a case unless
an application Is tiled by the tele
phone company asking Tor such a
hearing The company merely filed
a tariff, the city maintains, which It
intended to put Into effect.
The testimony submitted to the
mibllc service commission did not
warrant the decision glioi, the city
suit will aver.
On May 2 tho public service com
mission authorized increased rates
by the phone company ot $2.2.ri on
one class ot business phone, 75 cents
on another and 25 cents for desk
phones, either business or residen
tial. City attorney's contend that
Portland already pays higher rates
than other cities ot its class and that
tho entire burden ot $11,000 a month
ot increased revenue, for the company
Is thrown onto the business man, who
cannot do without phono service Fig
urea submitted by ltuto Expert E. M.
Cousin show that no other city ot Its
population in the country pays more
than Portland for business service,
and that many pay only four, five or
six dollars for a phone for which
Portland people are charged leren
md eight dollars.
Trouble Over Landing or
Forces in Turkey
HUNS' TIME EXTENDED
Orlando Says Personal Clash With
Premier of Greece Is Cause of tfas
Latter Withdrawing From
ell Meetinfl Difficulty Orer 1
in(f of Troops at Smyrna -Gernoaa
Granted Seven Days Extension.
Dateless Dispatch by Associated
Press Great Britain. France and
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templatlng submitting very TCllt tin-
ous rePl'es to fonie of the terms pre-
sy the Peace Conferr, c
An e""" of seven days I
f" h.m'r1. T, j''
answer. Count Von Brockdorff Kant-
zau has asked permission to r-'lng a.
printing prpss from Germany to er-
jiallles and will probatil.' print th(ob-
The treaty mav not lie presented
to Austria as soon as expected. Thi
Italians are reported to be dissatis
fied with the boundaries fixed be
tween Italy and Jugo Stavia. Thera
is no indication that the deadlock
over the Flume question has been
broken by any general agreement.
BERLIN. May 22. The German
l counter proposal will be ot definite
character, inviting or suggesting the
revision of some terms. It is believed
they will suggest that neutral arbit
rators be called in where some of thn
issues are complex and recommend,
the appointment ot mixed Allied Neu
CHICAGO. May 22. Organisation
of Republican women tor the 1120
campaign began here when Mrs. Flet
cher Dobyns left for Washlngron to
attend the national conference of Re
publican women, Mrs. Medi'l Mc
Cormlck, wire of the Illinois senator.
Is chairman of the conference.
On her return Mrs. Dobyii wid sa
will begin work of organization in
Illinois. All factions are included in
"Never in the history ot po'ltics
has the woman counted so much a.s
today," Mrs, Dobyns said
HAS CHANGED HANDS
SACRAMENTO, May 22. Ben S.
Allen, a veteran newspaper man with
experience covering two continents
and the chief ot the educational divi
sion ot the food administration under
Herbert Hoover, closed a deal for the
purchase of the Sacrament Union.
The new owner will take possession
of the property today. Assouuted
with Allen in the deal is Jean S.
Craig, Jils brother-in-law, who for
many years was identified with fin
ancial affairs In Woodland.
Day for Roosevelt
Is Proposed in Bill
WASHINGTON. Mar 22 A new-
national holiday, October 27, to U
known as Roosevelt's Birthday,"
has been proposed by Represeata!t
Bacbrach ot New Jersey.