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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1919)
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OFFICIAI- PA1KR 0
Thirteenth Year No. 3,633
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1919
Price, Five Cents
1ST SIDE OF '
Viewer Are Appointed by,
GREAT SCENIC ASSET
n,Krl II lK"")- Will rllinrirn l)U.
tnrc t" It'H-k t'rerk li Hevrral
Mllr. and Will Cut Out Heavy
(;r(oi Itoulr llun riiMn" In
Wlrr for l-"S HUtanrr.
Wlul lll probably provn later It)
b on of the most beautiful arnnlc
blen I" HoatlnTn OruKon li.ii
bffn formally gotten underway !."
by Ihr appointment of lnwerN fur .i
nw rnuif around tin el l'le of tlui
rpwr Uike In mint the pritaonl - mil
jt Hoik Creek
Ibla new hlstiun). whlrli wim pi
llllonril iiinm 111011(1111 ngn li) the r-
lllftll III tllC WOl Mile HPltlllll. a HI
thortrn tint prrmuit roud tu Horn
CrreW w ttlrh l now hut tnM
rallr, In about sixteen benliti-1. t ik
Jug out tint lipuvy (truilr whli'li urn
handicap In trel In lli.il tlhtrfi
Tlinni'w road ulll fiillnu I In- p.fil
Shlpplngum roiiit In ii point it tin
lii-ail of Link HI. it iihiI oklrt llm I'ltgr
of the I akr for several itilla pa I Mii
Mc ornark residence before It lene
tin- mitiT Willi llii' iipprmul of ih"
tirwtm il l tliuiiKliI Hint ill" Murk
f minimi linn run go nln-inl itl nil
it i Hliuri unit W F Amu" have
Wtn RiiimintMiL I'l" !"' Count Court
,iiut ihti -"ii r or In vim. Ink the
mid Tin- men will meet for tli pur-
fUtt mi III II lutli of JlllU'
It In rariii'ntl) Impril li) nil wh nri
In i o( progremilvi' iiinn'i. Mi u
thli lilrthun) ulll niulerlnllte. n It
will iln more tliun iiny one tlilm: .''
brlnK llm riiiiii'iiiitH of t:n' u.st nide
Into climur lotirli ullli thi I'liatitv
Mat ami iiinke It pimnllilK fur them t
tt hern nt tunny ltiin- of the !'r
whrn llirj othetulit -"ilIi! ;.i'l onine
Tim proponed rnnd ulll run ttom to
th- v.hIit for ninny in llm ulth Hi"
lfu pine forest on the l'ppei fclil'"
ind u mirn to ln n routi uli'rh ulll
Vt - lotl liy all lovers of . 'iieM
The lie Klamath Lake In oiii of tin
rrtA'nl liri'iilr sputa In the stiit The
lout r run tin In (o liilll'l I. ."ii'i.l
irotiti 1 li
mrrKii m.w nuns m-orciix.
thin iurrui:i:.s tw otilk in
TAKIMI CAIir t m MMI'lt
w f. Illrdtintl, prop'lclrr of lln
'Hot lluttn inn Ht lloml, OroRtin,
'me In on a flyliiK vllt .viistunluv to
ll on IiIh frlmulH In Klin.'iMi KuIIh
till work up n rlomir ni-ijpnnttlon io
wn tho two polniH In ( tl:lnu rum of
tourUi trnvol unst of i!.l Moun
tains. Tlicio Ik koIiik to bn ii trcmuiiilmiH
mount of trnvi tlir't horn filn )0r.
Mf. Hlnlnall ilurliirim, tlio Ciillfornla
TourUtH Anioclnllon liavlnp rnuti'il
" Ihn ImirlKtH thru vlu Klniiintli
"Hi ami lumil, unit lui liollavt-H ilu.t
ory pf(rt mUBt ,, , , I)mko
"Ir IrlpH plenKont In onlor tlmt llm
country mny bo fuvnrnhlv mlvcrtlsod
Tll Is Id 1m Dm play Krouml of Ant
"." hn docluros, uml tlio "qulck-
' we net, tlui qulcknr wo citn brlnK
J inaltor iibout. lllrdsall Iiur pnli
miiiifl flno road mapH of Ort
und htatoH tlmt ovor forty camps
' till DospIiiiIhh Mnflnnnl Pnri'iit.
-lch are iivulltthlo, huvo boon oh-
"'iieil, Ilu loft tor Honil UKoln this
IN FltOM AflKNUV.
?t,Warl Ashurat U hero nn mnttoru
' uiinM fro,,, the Klamath Agen-ti
Navy's Entire Transatlantic
.'ill1.. J.1 Ji .tuwumjrrt. !.. ,ii"i a "i "m tj wi" j" waa
. .- T,t-trPr",.i'" r -
i avl'. t", ..fj ;,vv t - . , iSKV -,
IN PROPOSALS frZSSELm 1HI IT
ARE DUE TODAY
IMIMANs Wll.l. I'l T IN lilt. I. Kilt
MiSSCs IHIDI i.HT i:oi T ll
lit im'Kaiii-' Mill. Tit rn
wtiitM (ii r or r win. I'ltn i:
Untnlinn Itiul'-i li AmorlntiMl
I'ri'hii Tin' (liTniiin inimtcr propiiN
iiIn to tln pracn lerniK iir- I'vpfilfil
Hint tln ulll Iiiikk tln'lr irniiii:ilh on
llii' rlnlni ttiut t lu nrripiil Iln- Al
IIin of f i-r to roni'liuli pi-ili on the
linflii of I'ri'nlili'iil llioii n fuiii i'"i!
Tlii't ulll rlnlni lo liiiM' oiinli'it i
olil IiiitIiiI KiniTiinimit tu lui" -ii'i
llttilK.I a ilKiiinrriitlr KoiiTiltii'Mit
mill tlii'ri'fori' nuk iiini'lloritiluM -t
tlin prlrit whlrli thi'v miiit p.i lur
llnportn in'i'in to IniUc'ilo i I.i-umI-lion
on tin' part of tilt AII!n not to'
pnrli' Ioiik. If llii' (ten urn ii'lunlls '
ifun lo kIrii tlm t-riiiH '
Dim AiiikIitiI I'll ilnpiilrh piux ll.it
l.i I'i'IkIuiii (ri nt it linn I ITU linul
MhI t lint tin. K''li'l'il iIi'Iiiod U.i'l'Ul '
uf llin IIi'IrIiiii fix III lo .fill oil
,u Minn li -i It In ilof.u'lil. Minuti lit it
1'if (iiTiiiimi ulll ne: 'Uti I'm trut.
Thi Allli'il lou.iiiii'iili'ti .limn i'ii
Ulilnti lili ronfi'Tml ri'lii.vi- ! ti'
luW artlon If llu 'immn h-miiii
Tln Itntlnn t-iiiu:.illuti Is il.l.i.u
I'll- Auitrliill inT l tlii-'iini It r.i
Hi tu' of i luiHf" riiinlJnu to t'lt Suiilli
i ri frontUr of AiKlr'i mil insd-t in
i li.it tlin frontlT n'li't.lon In roiipl'il
ultli tlu Dalnuitlon Coh iiuoxtlon
VKIiSAII LI'S. May ! -The f.r
niun peace delegation, It uim Ir.riud
u III preseut u counter claim of t ulvs
billion eight liuiulnid nnd flft mil
lion mnrkH' for damage from the Al
lied lllocnde. as an offnet in t re
panillon dmiinuilN of the MIIim,
LONDON. Mil) 'J' ilui. Inn i
ulreleNN denies the rp irt ii.nt ilu e
ploHlonH ut Petrogrnd are t'.ur to jp-,
proarhliiK evacuation The diswilch
says that there Is t Intent n of -m
utiiindoiiliiK the city and Hint r.'ln-1
forcemeiils hnve nlrend" b.'H in.it toj
the (iatchlnn front i.n tha tn'it'iuar.l
and lire driving bnsl: tlio nneniv
DKIILIN. Mny 2S- -,t Is undoMtoo.l
that (loriiiuny will proposo t'nt part
of tlio nuTcaiitllo fliio' bn restiired lo
Oermauy as n inemliir of the
I enguo shall cont' ! to ndmliilater
her rolouleH iim iiiai'.datory. Diinili;.
iiTordliiK to her iius.'.onMoii vmlcl l.o
a froo port and ilio.Rlvnr Vistula
neutralized She ivimm no turrltorluj
changes without n coiMiiltatlon ot
tho popiilutlons and omplntlcally rot
Jocta Homn territorial mmIoih of the
Pal Markwnrdt. non ot F, C
Miirkwnrdt of tlio County Infirmary
Ih recovorltiK from nn accident It.
which ho vory nearly lost IiIh foot
last Saturday. Ho vns working on tho
big County catorplllor tractor, whon
his toot slipped on some oil and wont
partially under tho machine. Had tf
slipped nn Inch further, th- young
man would have lost his toot, as it
wax his shoe was torn off ant! his foci
bruised nnd torn,
Flight Squadron, With Crews
NC Flying Boats Started
Hurry Itlrlinntron bait rcturnod
from ii few ditya vUlt In Oranti I'iix
' uml In- roinrH back homo a y,cnlrr
boniilnr for Klamath Pall Miia fir
Imfori" "In It lively over tbfo?" t
lountnrril to a qinry." l.oH. n.an. It
In ili-uilor tlinn u markerol Tlicm Ix
liiori- liiiBlnpiMi ilone In otir Mori in
Kluuialli l"n I lii tliun In all oi thi'tn in
Criiiiln I'ami Thin rlty liui I'loir llfi,,
Ulll IH'p Utltl llllMlll-HI., ,IR IllOtlOPOll-
Ian Kit up an Rnt lo It In ri iii t i
1 1 a ii tlic) 1iji- out th(rn In a iiKin-li.
Ami I 'Hi- In ni.t H-ilil In iIitokjUoii lo
lirnulK I'lmn It In u lioaiitU'il illy
flni' li.iiiiN, niHKnltici'iit Inwtii 'hmh
nful f.iuirn iiilrmtlil itriN .mil
nil ili.it but mi iiioiii' mi It'll, no
WAsillM'TON, Mny SH l.lcu
Iriuiiil ('iiiiiiiiuiidi-r llrnil bus nil-
Uiil the Nut IK-purlnirnt that
the N'C-4 Hiiulil leatt l.l-lnm for
l'l)iiiiiiitli, enrly tiiiiiurnin morn
liiK. If tin tieullirr Mrniltteil.
titKw or Tin: .t'-i
LONDON. May 2S Th- m
of the NC-t hae been den
ullli the Orund Cross of IN'
order of the Tower and Su i'., i
The decoration wan presented
by the. Portugal Foreign Minis-
00 TRRU CITY
I'ACH'K COAST IMTIIXSI.
I.KAtilT IMAWJ.Nf. UOl'TB
1 ito.M imosKviXT mt.im v
lllltl KIMATII FALLS TO
Captuln O C Applegate. a a mem
ber of the advisory board of the
Pacific Status Defense league, has
been called upon to suggest a pi or -ft.'
or rotito with map showing the mosjfi
possible, route for a great auto higl"
way from Salt Lake via Klamath
Fulls to the coast, there to connect
with tho proposed Roosevelt hlghwty
along the coast. This matter suggests
a plan, yet In Its incipient state, to
put Klamath Falls on one of the nit
Important highways yet suggested
for tho Pacific States, and It Is hoped
thld matter will have tho pro up)
consideration of our commercial ami
ACTION ON MILLS
Tho school board opsnoil bids for
tho proposed school house In Mills
Addition at a mooting held Inst even
ing, but owing to tlin proximity ot
the bond election, no r. itm will he
taken until after tlilfa time, according
to Miss Ida Mouiycr Clerk of the
NC-4T0 FINISH !
Aboard, Just Before
on History Making Air Voyage From America to Europe
fiAMK WAHIIK.V lll-nTUNS THOM
MOl'.NTA I N l,A K I : I K I S1
TWO Mi: AT WOltK WITH
TliOlT. l:AS()V II ST ItKOl'V
A kooiI ratrh of i'kkh 'n rxpeoled
frimi tho trout K"onr MIK n!:e m
ihr Ml I'ltt rPKt jii, by Cumr Warden
I'wtry Stout, who ha' Just 'Pturnprf
from n trip to that point nn-1 left tuoj
Itifn Iiuhj- at thlH uork Mr Stout re
portH that the run 1 11.ru lins Just
co.niiirnrpil. In'irt; coiihIiItjIiiv Inter i
tlinn nt some r-'.iiilx m 'in fvuity
and that If it keeps up. the men mny
lie there for . eiiii, .-eek.
It is too bad tlmt the men tou'd
not lime reached IHiimer.i: lake for I
this uork. earlier in i'ie n-nson. Mr
Stout derlnrei.. a- tlifo it !s lard
to estimate the ".un.'jer ueggs that
cut! Id iie L'.-. taketi Mr Stout li-
limes that Til uuinl l.-ike Is the fin-
est flhhlng e-ruiid now !n Aiiierlcn
and the fish th tt wll produre or. an
atenige of fI 'liotis.nn' eg e.i.li.
imlirlnir from diiisn "1111 h.ie ben
tnken from tire u.ntei i.icie thl year
About four million egs Ikiv now
been taken from the -'.encer Creek
1 Hatchery this year, in.l ic-ording to ,
Mr Stout thore -!1! lie at least six 1
and a half or sevn Million rgcs tuk )
en from dlfferen' ,olnts m the cnun
ty this year
ROAD CINDERS ARE
CUM11NU IN KAKIUI.Y,
More than three hundred tons of
cinders from the west side ! tho
Upper Lake nn- been brought down
ty trot to the bunkers at Shlppln;
top thlt week, according to reliable j
repiiT These cinders are being uid!
f . sartacing the county roHd.i mil
tl.e' are now coming in as fas: as
tie) "nil be taken from the bunk rs.
OLfOTT NXAMKS HKXTAL
SALI'.M. May 2S -(.overror 01
cott has appointed Dr W. W. Walker
of C. rants Pass as a member of he
Stato Hoard of Dental Examiner. J
succeeding Or Olinger of Salem who
was recently named but was un'''i
to attend to his duties.
Captuln Applegate states c':n In
tttead ot Tuestluy June 3, Grand Mas
ter Lettlemyer, of the Oregon Juris
diction will meet with the brethren
hei'e on Monday evening, .Iiiuh 2
nuvs xr.w lkxi.cto.v
Cone Chllders. the well knoAn tat
jtieman ot the Klamath Mamh, las
purchased a Loxlngton, and ho hays
he Is going to see how well It will
work in a round-up and roping 'on
test. APPKAL TAKKX TO
CIRCUIT COI UT
An appeal ovor a recent declslo.i In
the Justice court wherein Dr. F. R.
Coddard was given judgment against
P. B. Stiles and Jane Dee Stile for
119.40 tor medical services, has been
:nada )n the Circuit Court.
NEW MOTOR HEARSE
ARRIVES IN CITY
A fine Meteor Motor HcriC hlch
in equal In refinement to anything In
the City of Portland, has j'lit Jtcit
received by Pndertaker Karl Whlt-lo'-k
and will be used from now on In
connection with his worn Here
The new machine M -n:v m color
und is elegantly finlrthcl '.liriout It
Is adapted both for city and country
work It Is equippid vlth a ronltnen
tal motor and ha-i oiler improre
nients of high "tent'-rd fhe itearse
appeared on the .icots f jr tne first
time this moniliiR
AT ELKS' MEETING
Leaders of the Klks Lodge here are
planning a special social selon on
the occasion of the visit of the ,1-,.
tlnguished visitors here tomorrow
I)r Kennedy, president of tie
State Association and Julius Burg,
exalted Ruler of the Portland Lodge
are to be In this city and soino mi
usunl features are being lined up for
It Is especially urged that alt niem-
bers of the order be present .0 vel-
come the visitors
Tii.KVTrn is iw:i. i.-i(i.M miksi
IIFSIIM'VrS Kliti 51lSAt,h TO
Yesterday's program at the. Chau
tauqua was no exr-ei'tioti to that
which preceded, unless that it vns
better. The Zeilu'vr Jyiaphonie Quin
tette was splendid and v. is thoroly
enjoyed by those who had the good
fortune to hear It.
The lecture by Judge lec-rge U.
Alden how can It best bo described?
One of the most versatile men on the
public platform, possessed ot 'teen
foresight and a wonderfully analyti
cal mind, a man ot wide experience
and wider literary attainments, his
lecture could be nothing else but an
epitome of elevating, eye-opening
Ideas on "The Needs of the Hour."
J While Judge Alden picked his char
acters from "away back In Maine,
New Hampshire and Vermont," there
was none present who but realized
that it was the present day American
that was so vividly pictured; tha'
right here In Klamath Falls and
every other city Is to be found the
prototype of the tobacco-Juice marks
man, sitting on his cracker-box
throne, who pilloried the "malefac
tors of griur veUti." while fee him
self "watered his milk and sanded
his sugar and robbed his friends and
neighbors." Truthfully did the Judcn
say that It Is not a case ot "making
the' world safe for democracy so
much as making It sate tor Christian
ity." That we need to turn to Ood
and away from Mammon nnd that
every man and woman should follow
Him who gave up his life on the
cross on calvary If we aro to get away
from the blasting influences that al
ways follow religlt us decad"S.e.
All the barber shops in the city will
remain closed nil day on Memorlul
Day. They will remain open until
I eight o'clock on Thursday evening
Young Soldiers Will March
Here for First Time.
Procession to Start From Ooarrt
Hoiue at Nine-Thirty Retarawl
Holdlerti Are Co-Operatla la tfc
Matter and Will Form Biff Part ot
Procession Orosbeck to Speak.
The most elaborate Memorial Dai
exercises ever held In Klamath Falls
will be given here next TrMay, when
the war heroes of the pn"f and those
of the pres-iDt will be hr-nored by tho
residents of this tlty
The ceremonies at this till ar.
held to be pert'cnlarly fitting 'n rieir
of the ontcotro of the great wotM
war, the reurnli.; soldiers anM the
tact that a lar,&g peace Is about to
The veterans of the l'.st great
strife, who oro t ow here in !ar?o
numbers Lave 'ndldted thnli nadi
ness to co-operate In this affair and
their apparanit together, wl.lrb will
be the very first since the war
began Is sa-a to be a spectacle that
many will wani'to witness. The ad
dress of 'he lav Is to br made l.y At
torney R. C. Groesbeck.
Captain O C Applegate. W A.
Delzell and j'.licrs Usve !cn working
arduously fo- the p.i-t ti-w rin'-s. -
ranging tho pr i,sr i u tor the ccca-sion
The .ri::ratii -o Lir rni.ipleled Is
to be as 'oil 'vs
Procession will fort.i or. M?ii St.
opposite Court House a'. 9:30 A. M.
snarp. In the follow ii5 arder:
Grand Marshal nnd Staff
Veterans ot wrli and. Sp.ta"h
Ladies Relief Corps.
Veterans of CI i and Indian wirs.
General Auton dilla section
After marching tour blocks in this
form, coluras will halt till old sol
dier's and Ladies' Relief Corps tak
the autos which will await them
Column will again halt at bridge
when Relief corps will honor navul
Again halt at Cemetery gate where
the formation In rear ot band wilt
counter march so that the G. A. R.
-a 111 lead on entrance to cemetrr
The Decoration ceremonies, will be
performed by the G. A. R. and Re
lief Corps, after which the column
will reform and return, disbanding
on Main Street.
The program being arranged by
the Womans' Relief Corps for Friday
forenoon In the Chautauqua tent Is
not near enough completion to per
mit ot Its publication today, but U
will be ready for tomorrow's paper.
BACK FOR FURLOUGH
"Tickled to death to get back" Is
the ay Captain Mai lou Mue. who
has been more than a year overseas
with the 20th Engineers, expressed
It, when he arrived on a furlough vis
It from the Presidio where he is nov
stationed. He has not yet been
leased from the service but hopes to
get his discharge shortly after hi.i
return to the city.
Captain Nine left here In Major S.
O. Johnson's Battalion, but was later
transferred to that ot Col. Robert A.
Join. son. The young man hops to
get into business again In Klamath
County following his release.
He will be here over Decoration
Day and will assist In arranging the
Soldier's division In the parade. His
many friends In Klamath Falls are
glad to Welcome him back.
HKRK, FROM DAIRY
Ross Sutton, a prominent n-si nut
ot the Dairy district is In the Uv nn
mutters of business today.