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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1919)
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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919
Price, Five Cent
1 ILL PISES
Formal Reply la Received
Totlny From the Huns j
ISSUE WITH VATICAN
iCciunlrr IVp rriiMM.nl Turiirtl In
III l.tiem) Toil") Art orcniiy iti
v.rl.nir Willi Tliti-e lurtt II) lilt'
,r m M Hrirnlli Pllllii" l
,ur llt-Hewtl .Vljuslnl.
Untt'lf" l'llntli'll Illy Annorliilml
'rri llrrinaliy linn mucin 11 fnni'i
tfply tilii in ili tri'itiy iitiiii of ill"
Alllr wlilrh were preiii'iili'il nn May
Sf trill tl
Thf litrimin rtiillilT propot 'In .in
pr In take iKMtif wllti lint Al.li't tin
nrarlr H ''" Important plumes nf
thrtff'al urruidlllK In lilt' published
Count llrorkdnrff Itiinlziiu will
lnr tnr Hm im mum an tlu Coumil
of Knur refrlieti the propositi
IUtatrtina Intliiy liidlriitid nn
fpfitifiit iiy Hi" Cnuiuil nf I't tit i,ii
thr Ailrlntlr ntiit Flume qui t iln-is
Flume l in l mi liiilt'iifiiil-'iii Mil ii I
vlpallli under llm itnw tirrii(" u-e'ii
(till rertillll tlilllllilllnll Ull'll '" I'v
tu c to llul). tint II lit uiiili r'l'nuil
thai she will lint K"l til" Vlrltl'
kiN nf Si'iini niul Si'littiilr
A ri'inui"iitiitli of II' "'ii.i.ni i
at lirl- In illnriiM llm tttiin ,! Hit
t ' ' i mi in hinds -ft ,1 in
ii, i , ' . rrn-
I ! 11 Iff I f ll 11 '!" '"II, .1 I I I
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ll r ill ' I ' ' It ll Ml 1 ll" i ll'.
I Mfi t ll ' I' ! 11' tit t I l II f t ri
fit, I if ll It! It'll lit' 'l!l It'll
Tr 'rutin "ri hint' i-frlit I In
l"liiti''l 'nr iilllit.ti'i ii" I 'if A ,n
finitli tiniipn ullll Hrli'th fines In
tfl if Hit' in
ALL CLOSED NOW!
S1I11111I imiir' nil nvi'r III" Coillliv
are nnu nut for III" long sumin.'i
tur.illniiii mill ii lurg" iiuiiiIht of 111"
li-.ti Ihtm ii.nf i(i for ilifir lioiiifH it
oilier piirtn of tin, rountri
Tin- Mfrrlll High Krhi.nl mil ron
llnut' Hit tii'iKliitih until I'rlilit) of ifvl
Heels, being III" IiikI Klaiuiilli pulill'
climil in tiTinlnulti tlif it'iir'it mirli
Jl In fipiitli'il tlliil Kt'iui School ii III
fl"ii thin week Til" IiikI of llm t
imliuilintiH hum nnu lift'li lit'lil III
(hi Klamath I'n I In pulilli' siiionls
Thf Snrri'il lltnrt Aciult'iiiv will
foninnii' iih hi'hhIoiih until .lull I'lrnt
GARAGE MAN TAKES
Fi'llimliiK n Iitiii of Bi-nli'" of oit'i
"I Ji'iint im fiiriuiiiiii nt Hi" Toril
!nriiKn nf UiIk oily, Hoy full mil
t'Tinliii,!,, IiIh coiiniM'tlim ii llli Hint
lllilitutlnii thih ivi't'k mill liil;. mi
li'iiilfi mito tour tli Ih hiiiiiiiht
.ilfli will Inrliiiln intiHt of llm Ni'
Imial I'arkn of Hi" ntHt.
'In Is iiminK dm trip prhmirlly In
tli" Intnri'Mt of ,Mrn. CiiII'h linnltli.
'it fcnlti thn niM'il of ii ri'Ht mnt
hanKo for hluiHi'lf tin oxiiitIm O
Iwvn HDiiii'tiini, iioxi M"ok niul ilrlvo
""flli, vlnlt tim YiilliiwHlunii Niillonnl
J,rk ufinr which ho will ki iiihI us
tar an ('nlnruilo niul (hen down ntr
lho "oiillitiin bnnliir niturnliiK to
Klttiuntli KiiIIh In tlmu for tho Fall
v,-. in r. OlMi.
I'OKTI.ANll, May 20, Flrn of nn
"knnwn orlRln dimtroyoil thn top
'lonr of tt thrmi Hlory frumo IiuIIiIIiir
wcuiiii.,1 ,y thu llnlvorHlty of OrcRon
Mofllfnl firlionl, ncroHK thn Btrmit
"om tho noo, Ramarltiin HoHpltal.
Tho InilloinK wna to hiivti boon
rck(j in two wooks unit tho school
wovml to now quurtom which huvo
'ut lioon coinploted. A girl student
TKanlzfla u rollot brlKndo and holpm.1
0 "vo tho uqulpmont. Tho loss was
b K'Bnath Falls Postofflco will
eiosed all day tomorrow Memorial
HINDU PROPHETS NOT
WANTED AT EUGENE
I I i,l M M i .' i Illii I i
I lllnlllal ! I 1 I l r l' i - ' ' '
iu,,ili,'n i ii c llliiiltio from 1 i ' ! n
,r' Hull i,'hi,c ifil On,' Al, i . ,
iin.iliK it nuiiif of IV vii hi i, Mi
pifHfllti il llllll'i It I" Ilif 1 .11 K' " P '
hi im mi nil knniilnp pro mm i '
lii'M a pu ll li iiii'rlliii; ul ln Im.i'
urmotv unit lii'fiirn u hiic' t rnml
nil Hi; III ! 'I' IIH'tmlnil" III" pud em
lh t t ii 1 1 1 ; I 1 1 1 n l ri t lii i i. i,li
I'll'" with bin iiiiHWfni In ilii'ir nii"t
tlium anil would iioil'i ill Iii.i n-iii-iiI
it kiiiiiI harimt from 1 it tlulniis ,
tlllto llltil lint Winn tnllii.i "I tlili'l.lil
fnrni I't'iiillfiiin. tin ' ,itnilii-i " ,
hometown ri' ncni'i"! ' i ii lirlf-
breed IiiiIIiiii of lint plio Til" u"t
tlit - tlin ImllKumit Ifllu'i t i tr -nn of
III" llll-lilni' title pin' lillil In liMI"
town Willi till 111 pnutTH. AIM NVy
foulil Rfn no nil) out of ilif prt"llr.i- i
ini'iil firt'pt to fotlo nril'TH I
Ami KiiKfli" Im 'it miirl; In tint
llrk lit lo lltT fll'Utl' UN t'MT
ii:T lll'T VOfll IIAMMKit.
'i' liopK fifry rltlri'ii nf KUtmith'
Knlln will Rft out liln !iiiimni-r ami ,
iim' It -on Hut null" Hint urn nllrkltiK
out of III" litmrtln III our iiooilt'it
nlili'wnlkit If fifry rltltt'ti iiho ha it
u tioiiril imlk In front of IiIh iiii'inUfit
uoutil tukit Junl fli" m I no I ft lit'
roulil "ilrl" liotti"' tnnr null tliut
hH ttiirkfil out tlurliiK Hut ulntt-r
ll iioiilit muktt your untk nfi for pf
tfntrlmin, Juki iih )ou Haul Hi" ulliiT
fi'lloii'tt Mlilt'iMilk nnff fur ou unit
loiirn Nun K"l Imih ami tlrlw ilmvn
llion" uiihlrlul.i mnl iliinKi'inttN iuiIIh
iinxii itnMt i i.i Hits si i ret:
im i. iiiist u n.i. ssi i:i c.
ti:mm r itoxn rsT or
r.XM'Allls o sol Til
That Hi" pi'iipl" of Mmlor Counl.i
Mill nlt on n turn noil Imml Iihii"
for Hut rotiNtriit tlini nf tiiKlimiiH in
t In t illHtrli'l mi" of ulili'li In lo rou
iifcl iiltti tlin Klmiinlti Dallt-s Kan
iitii Ort'Kon IIIkIhiiii niul loutliiii"
t ti Ih flnr null" on lo III" mihHi Ih 1 1 i .
Kooit ni'iin rfrt'liftl Ii) St'i'rt'lary II
r Crofnlii't k of Hi" Kliumitli fooi'
lio.iiln AtiHiMiiillou III a li'tlfr loilay
f I inn thf .Mmlor Coiintj Di'iclopini'iit
llnaril Tli" "Iftllim it to l" lit'lil on
Tin- lilr.huni , If atitliorki'il. roti
iii'iIn ulili Hit' Klamiilli Count) run I
nt ill" niiiitliiTii rount llli" on Till"
l..iki lit'low Mnlln ll ii 111 inn Hi a
htmtltt'iinii'ru illri'i'llon lo SIiiimh unit
tlit'ii iloiiu tli" I'llt HIitT In u Hottth
trly illri'i'llon to llm SliaMu Couuiy
llli" Al SIiiiu'h llm roail ulll roiiut't't
ullll III" Statu IIIkIiuiii for Altuni'..
Ilt'poilit thai liai i' t'oiii" In from
Moiloi' County from tlni" to llni" In
illcitlti that III" pfiipl" Hii'm nr" us
"iitliiiNliiHtic oi't't thn kooiI loads
iiioit'intMit iih llit'y .ii" In Kliumitli
mul llial Ih HiiyliiK n K""il ilnal iih t Im
tints i appi'iirH to Ii" iiiuiiilmuiis litir"
MAN IS API'OI.NTi:i TO
KILL Oil- NOl'lltltlXS.
J II. Van Meltir has ln-fii appolnl
eil hv Ih" Counly Court to look afttr
Hut "xli'imluatlou of siiiirri'ls at cer
tain points lu Poo Vail")
Miss Nt'llle McAndruiiH anil MIsk
Kva HankH eutprtalned Tuesday
evening at the home of Miss Hanks
In honor of Mrs. Pearl Tally Arnold,
who loft for lior houiu In Low Ang
uhiH today, About a dozen ladles wero
WASHINGTON, I). C May 29.
Tho plans of tho Itupuhlican for In
vestigations of tho oxpendlttirim of
tho wnr department took form horo
today whon Ilepresontatlvo Graham
of Illinois prepared a resolution as
for a Committee of Inquiry.
Grocery Stores will remain open to
morrow utttll 9 A. M. and close uutll
1 P, M,
CGflST IN 111
I'olfl I AM) Mai :." Oitiuii l
I llm: III" I'ar.fir itia-l nIiHi-k nf
l ln Twflfih IVdi-riil Hi'Hf-vi' i"ntiiM
In U 'it SmvIiich HliiinpH Hal- t IIi'h
it'll r ,,.mIiik nnld up lo i 1. Ij
pur 1 1 ll! ''f Iut iiiota lo (lu ii lilrn Is
II i.i. . 'on Tint niiotn in llm yi'iir
is is '. :,i;on
lit-, ii Mtintt for 'Vi- S.i rf-ln fTB
Kluiupn imiil" Iiy pottiiuinl'rn to tint
Tlilnl iiHHlnlnnl poftltnantiT Ri'niTiil,
WnnliluKton, ant al tin out- million
ilollar mark ullll" III" khIch ri'portfil
Iiy art niititlni; poHlmitntt-rn lo Ilif
Fi'dt'ral ItfHfrvit Hank almost roach
III" Miiui" flKiim TIik tllffttrt'tire n--prt'ni'iilH
lint Htorkit of ntiiinpn on hand
Tli" War SiivIiiks Stamp campnlKti
In no IntiKiT iIi'hIriiiiIimI a rampnlKtl
hut nn filuratlnual tuovi'tui'tit Tli"
litt'it of thi tri'iiHiiry di-purlini'tit IliN
"nr In to nni' t'Vtr' propt'r mi'iinn to
Inriilnt" Hi" lilt'a of n.iilliK ami to
tmik" It a national halilt Tli" work
tliln M-ar Ih lifliiK iloti" to protnol"
taff Inii'Hlini'iit In Kiivfriiinfit uTiir
llli'n Hint nr-' v.'liln Ilif 'fit! nt
fltll' ptTHOtl if lllllllf I lllf tl'tll-t
Comparatli" flpuri'i on mii .p s.ifn
umntiK thn riiiintlfn or n h'.iii' n tlln
t'ouniRt'il by Hi" trfiirr.v 'ifpir'
uifiit. iicronllnK to word :t"'tlvi't 'tv
Sinl" Dlri't'lor Jnt'K'on rhfrfforp.
Ilir pllhllrlly uliio'l 111"!"' fipurt'R
iinulil rt-rt'lit' nt iuif I h" i tithori
t n -. ut Witi'ilm, im nn, lip' t pin
i"ti Hint t'oiiitit'l't'ii' inclli.iilit In in-
mraijlni; it it'ipi . 'in, x "ll i.h tx
unllii.tr Mtunlt". ant no' ri':;.ir If 1
an Hi" propt'r iIiIiik lu i it i luriiiiK
.ir SailiiRn Stamp hhIim
I't'opl" art' uhKIiik o rmtli'iiiilly,
.iin Mr Frci'inan, u'liui Hf W.ir
SavlncN Stamp ilrlvo will lir-cln It
l rc'lni; on all llf linio and iv'll lip
jtr f.st'd up to mu! 'iciii'tiv. of P" i'iv
f "). l!lt It -I . 'ii..ii) W.r iv.
'ii'.-s SliimpH A'.l . riitiliiiiit d ti"t
ji"tr iih a putt oT Hie : iirnmi-nt
fl . iirlnl prnr. "
Tli" fnrri'd '. of War Sfilnt,
'' i..'h," Hiivs n't" ii i,K tiiirti"1-.
"'. 'it no pnrii'rtt'pi r.ontl In a
i it ti uit mmi oi 111" Hlamp i iTll'l
ratfs art' tin-lu'il Thn HtPiuly, Histi'in
nllo mil" of Ntumpi It-nils tow aril for
luulalltm pt'rmaucnt thrift and tlu
t'm'nuriiKt'mt'iit of nafo invpstmonti
that art' Intt-rt'st liparltiK "
WOMAN IS DEAD
wixi. known iti:siii:T WHO
HAD HOST OP l-illr.lS In SUM
moni.p in giiim itr.Pi:it r.vit
i.v this wi:i:k
Mrs Prt'd Thompson, n well known
and highly respected woman resident
of l.angell Valley, passed away at
two A M, Monday morning, follow
ing an illness from pneumonia. Shu
was wick only a few days.
Mrs Thompson was thirty-three
years of ago and had resided In
Langtdl Valley for about ten years.
Tho deceased Is survived by her hus
band and three children, Thn fun
oral services wore held at llonanza
Tuesday A host of friends in Kaslern
Klamuth County will mourn the pass
ing of Mrs. Thompson, who was a
woman of unusually flno character,
Guorgt) Noble Jr., n nophew of the
deceased, brought several rolatlvea
who had intended tho funeral, In to
return to Ashland today.
FOR A THIRD TERM
CHICAGO, May 29. Homer Ciim
mlngs, chairman of tho Domncratlc
National Committee said ho thought
that Wilson's candidacy for a third
term would bo determined largely by
fate, of tho Leaguo of Nations.
If tho Leaguo was defeated, ho
said he though a big pressure would
he brought to bear on him to bo
again a candidate. The only other
names mentioned as possibilities'
were William G, McAdoo and A, Mit
n ISSUE OF
TRAFFIC IS UP
MLIU'OltP M.t 2' A lifu polnl
of law, u lilt Ii Ih not onl or Intfrt'st
fvi-ry hnotlfRKiT In Or"Kon lint 'n
all thn altortifiK of 111" stat", uun
ralnt'd liiTn In Junlli" Talor'H court
uhfii J (' llolilnnon and Juiiich K
Wartl. of Med ford, and K ll Wall
and V. M Aiidfrnon, ut-ll knonn tnln
rn of Hi" IllU" l.odg" tllntrict, who
wiro nrrpHlfd by a deputy whorlff In
Ih" SlnklyoUh ullh 27 ttnttlPt of wlilt
koy In their automobile were arraign
ed Juittlco Taylor continued the cas
for prt'llmlt.ary hearlnK until County
I'ronprutlni; Attorney floliort.? can ilt
taln a rertlfletl copy of the I'nl'dl
Stati'H nupri'iii" court's rcrpn' ,-lfcl-slon.
reported In the newspaper dis
patches, holtllnR that It was nm II
IcKal to transport Intoxlcatli'k' iltiuor
from a wet state thru a dry sta Into
n wet state This point was ralHftl for
the llrst time In Ort'Kon slrce the de
cision was Rlieti by the dpfet.dmit .i
attorney. JuiIr" Creus. todi II"
said that the defen l.ints r,' trans
portiiiK ll(iiir from ' r.rti'irnok, '-t..
throiiKh tlry Oregon to l!i" r.lue
I.filK" dlntrlrt wn.. h 'h in wet Crll
fornla. for their own ue tlirr-j This
olnl Ih further tempi. c-tt d befi iro
of Hi" fact thai Copper. C'l. rr the
Blue I.imIro. altht'Ui;:i in . f state
in n local option -ni t.i'inlt;-
PLEASED BY KLAMATH
, Albert II Sill "mail of the Wells
I'argo Novatl.i National Hank of San
I'ranclHco. who has been In Klamath
Palis for u brief business ilslt left
for his home In the Hay City this
! Mr Slliernail was taken over u
I part of the Klamath Country by of
ficials of the Klrst National Hank
and was greallv surprised and de
! lighted al the resources and apparen
future of this great section. He de
i dared that prices were unusually low
i hen' for the quality and produti'iiiy
i of (behind He believes as soon us
'tho ndiantages of this section are
1 realized by the public in general, ih"
I land Milut's will be increased mater
Kxrru.i.NT iiii.i. civr.v on
I'-oruTii NiciiT or Tin: nu;
CH.lT.roi"A, PLANS FOR
PltOGIIAM Ni:T YKAH
Tho Fourth Day of the Chant tit
qua in Klamath Falls was equal in
overy way to the high standard of
lal'Mil 'lull has been exhibited hero
In wirious lines during tho entire
Castilluccl's Concert Hand made a
hit with Klamath Falls from tho
llrst number on the program and tli
bill was ably supported by the read
ings and skotches of Hess Gearhart
Slgnor CaslelluccI has n most un
usual method of leading and his ag
gregation of itrtlsts by which he
brings Into play not only his hands,
foot, mouth and ears, but also his
hair which ho puts thru the most ro
markabla kind of gymnastics and
which seems to have a wondorful In
spiration for tho players. Although
vory llttlo could bo understood from
his unnouncomonts, it was apparent
that a deadly fued existed between
tho loader and tho man who played
the drum. Hhls feeling nearly reached
a climax several times during tho
ovening und tho drummer finally had
to go out and get u larger drum stick
with which to protect himself.
Tho fact that the Chautauqua has
made a big hit with tho local public,
was Indicated when a call was made
for supporters for a program next
year and which brought fifty-three
men to the front to sign the guaran
IN WRITERS' BLOOD
SI 'A ' OltK M.t) 'i A n - u-i
wi ii"ii lu bl'iotl on a cr.iln of '-irMii
win n tiinnkiui; Ani'Tleitn n lief
w.irkfrs for nldltiK Ills people has
lii-eii reeelvetl from the head man of
a tillage of Lebanon by reir"enta
lUes of the American commitlee for
Armenian and Syrian relief in Ilelrut.
arroriiltiK to an announcement at
heailiiuarters of the organization
that It could be read only thru a
maKnifyltiK Klaus, declares that its
author. Naslb Said, could not fin.l
"a better Ink than the blood of my
heart, nor a paper more appropriate
than a grain of wheat." to record
"your groat benevolence "
I'HOVK MAX ASKS THAT
ItATK ItAISK IIK UI'HKI.D.
WASHINGTON. D. C. May 29.
N. ( Kinksbury, vice president of th
Hell Telephone Company has urged
thai tin. .icnute Interstate Commercft
committee prepare to have enacted
permanent legislation validating the
present in..o.i .At,0 ..' tnd
placing the systems under federal re
gulatlon to prevent financial embar
tHsment when they are returned to
JACKSON COIWTV MAN
nami.i. r. o. !ti:;i:.vr
SAI.KMM. May 29. Governor Ol
cott has today named V. H Vawter,
Cashier of the Jackson County Hank
of Medford as a member of the Hoard
of r.fRonth of Hie University of Ore-
gon. succeeding W P Core of Med-
ford, whose term has expired.
TIME THIS EVE
i.i.sTivnriMii.D i.iwiM'its ofo'i
IM.i: TO I IK (IV H.WII. UXI'Sl l
I IWTUItKS I'LAN.NKI. IOH FN
TKKTAIXMr.NT Tonight Is going to be one of those
nights in Klkdom which are long le
membered with happy thoughts of
the members of the lodge, whn gi! ti
er for tho occasion, and from the
general Intimation on the streets to
day most of them are going to
The unusual entertainment fea-1
lures which are to be put on this
evening are to be In honor of the ,
visit of Dr. Kennedy, president of the I
State Association and Julius Herg
Kxalted Ruler of the Portland Lodgo j
and Mr Hrotzme.ier, State manager
of the Salvation army campaign.
There are also a number of ery
Important matters which are to come
up for discussion at the meeting to
night and at which each member of
tho Lodge is interested.
The big State Convention which i.!
going to mean so much to the en
tire community, is now only a few
weeks away. The visiting brother!
aro going to swoop down on Klama
Falls by thousands and tho big prob
lem of taking care of them and show
ing them the time of their lives must
be shared by atl members of the
Lodge here and not shifted oft o
PORTLAND. May 29. Two babies
died last night at the Waverly baby
homo from nn epidemic of Dysintary
of mysterious origin, making a total
of fourteen infants which havo died
of this trouble In tho last two weeks.
Twelve others aro suffering from tho
The other babies were all moved
today to another building in the Red
Cross section of tho Vancouver Bar
racks. Local churches are furnishing
equipment aid, etc.
TEACHER IS HONOR
GUEST AT PARTY
Mrs. A. E. Whitman is entet mining
at Bridge this afternoon in houor ot
Mrs, Estelte Carrier, who will leave
in a short time to spend the summer
vacation with her hUter at Hot
Springs, Sout. Dakota
ELKS HAVE BIG
D. S. REFUSES
Cannot Go Thru American
Uncle Ham Turns Down RefUt of
Mexican President to More a,Ms
Troops Thru American Territory
Under the Belief That the Men Are.
Needed at Present Location.
WASHINGTON. D. C, May 29.
Carranza has been notified that per
mission for passage of the Mexican
troops through American terrltor
will be withheld for the present.
President Carranza had asked to
move two thousands troops from Ag-
ua I'riesta to Juarez for operation
The United States believes that
the force will not be able to protect
American citizens in northern Mexico.
The attitude of
the United States
might be altered if Carranza could
how that there was a greater neces
sity for his men at Juarez, than at
Agua Priesta where the Yaqui In
dians are becoming troublesome.
, DUNBAR WECLOMED
RAfV Tf V AUATU,
BACK TO KLAMATH
After almost two years residence
in France in the Military Service dur
ing which time he trailed over much
of that country and met with many
experiences which are sure to remain
ilvid in his memory. Sergeant Frcl
Dunbar returned to Klamath Fallj
last night and Is being welcomed
back to his old home town by his
many friends here todav. .
j Sergeant Dunbar after being turn
' ed down by the examiners for th
regular army on account of eye tesU.
succeeded In enlisting in the Commis
sary Department and afte- crocsing tu
France he was transferred to Gas Di
vision office of the Fifth Division.
Fred says every man to his own
liking but as for him. the little old
U. S. A. will be quite sufficient for a
line. Previous to his entrance Int :
the service. Mr Dunbar was city edi
tor of the Evening Herald.
WIXKMA, LAHGKST 1IOAT OX UP
PF.It 1.AKK IS PUT OX WAYS
run KuiiTiiKit skk via: i.
That the big steamer Wtnera.' tne
largest boat on the big Upper Klam
ath Lake, which has been out .it
commission for several yeaie. ha
been put on tho ways and will be
again ready In a short time for pas
senger service. Is the news reported
from Shlppington circles.
The Wlnema is over 12.1 feet .on?
and is more than double the size of
any of the other Upper Lake (.'earn
ers. She was built here In 100T and
Is reported to have carried butweM.
three and four hundred persons oa
some former excursions. She Is on-
mantled by Captain John Tiiten.
TO BE LET AGAIN
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 29.
Chairman Hurley ot the Shipping
Board has promised the reinstate
ment of contracts with Pacific Coast
shipyards, which have been unjustly
treated in the concellatlon ot orders
for steel ships by that board since
the signing ot the armistice.
At a conference with western- ship
building states, Senators and repre
sentatives of Oregon, California and
Washington, Chairman Hurley con
ceded that probably some injustices
had resulted from the suspensloa ot