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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1919)
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Thirteenth Year No. 3,037
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1919
Price, Five Cent
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IES THE RONS
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III il LiLlilliU
Three New Members Will
Take Oath of Office
DOTY WON'T QUALIFY
VtKC Term Willi CSVrtiiiiny Mn) Itr
(Vmi'tlrntrtl li FomMllon uf New,
(jot eminent Which Would Hep-'
..... IV....... ..ml Helium i.n.i
MTHIi ." ....-- .-..TC.-... - ......
ToiiluM there l in Im nearly n
compli-le chunge in tilt' peraunel -if ,
tbc city rtiunrll. whim tin' iiinm
txrt of I '"' iiilmliilnlriilliiii will luke '
tbctr until uf uff If i For tin' flrni ward ,
Jo Mourn will aaauiiii' tlit tltitlt'K uf !
the offlro tit which hi was elec e. j
lilt NoviIuIht TIiU ward ban nut I
btta rt'pri'iu'iiti'il on tin' council fur
Hteral munlhn. due to the realgmt
lion of H.irry Telford, who rmlrtii'd
on account uf muting from the -lt
A ipeclnl election wn culled, lull nut
mfflclrnt Interest wm manifested lit
(he affair to got niltillgh pcuplt'
ortinlm tint t'leillnii huuril. mid ll !
int br di'futill Nil nthfr atttttnpt j
M mutlP to holtl Ull itleclluii. at) tht !
ird hna heeii ii Iuiuk itnrk III llif
ounlrliul piinil ever slnre Mr Mtmre
Tim long t-it n resident uf the tlrati'Uli I'-illx hy reuun uf th" t"i.'.tni.
rd anil entttrB upon the tlutlea uf ' Hun uf th Muiilclptil rni.ti.i tu
tit olflct' with the full rtniflilt'iire jf .Spriigne river. This la ii mirier ih:il
tto; II 4 nta j raiinut be luken up and 'llt.pu.ed uf
V.MI : c , ,ii Uy ualtlr the tlulleijln . day ur two ll will ie.t nre t r--cf
foon-lliiiun fru:n the aecuntl wunl ''l atutly. prt'imratlnn .nil hunt
at tin- ui.-nlUi of hln office wllljwork fharttr niueiidmeiit t .i!l bine
fill upon f; a:iiiulilers of Frunk M
I'pp. Thl h V.r t'pp' Initial enter
iK' Ir.ln I'le polllicul urenu. Foi
our Irn rura he hus been lilentlfleil
""ltd tli-i j uelry biulneaa of this
til), ha nlwua f-.uld clime uttentltiu
to iSt ittiulnlatrnllun of the uffnlrn
otth mir.ildpullty and la aufflcleni
I; cll posted to Jiutlfy the predic
tion (bat the Interests of the rcaltl-
tnti of thn fcrfond wanl nntl the tin
laifnornl will recclvo hla rureful in-
After ilellherntlng long and Berl
oniljr, Clyde K llrunrienhurg hna ;
'iMlly Ufddrd to assume the dutlri I
ot Councilman from the Third wuril,
WMtllng Kre-J (larlch. Mr Itrniiil-
atoirg at thn time he wok elected I
not In llio mnriinnill .Ima.i. I
a am mil look with ilotibt on the '
Una n.i ,i...,i . i , .
iia anil nttentlon ilomumled from
tk city dnda, As the day npproncl..
for him to Sske up the relna nn.l
doth driving for the third ward. !t, j
n to et rnl.1 fee. ...i hn.
on the point many time .if!
kdirlng his Intention not to ounllf-. I
fwllng. howevnr, that he owes It to""
"Mf who iikrtnil him to get Into tho ' rlmitlmi project, the reduction of th
hmo, he will take tho oath of f.i riillroml furti from four to three.
'! this evening. Mr. llrcndenhitrK !con,K' th" ,,cc,,rln! of " HK,r ,,0,'t
"Miecn Identified with the polltl-.il I
"Irs of this county for tunny yenu,
mlnga term as poatmusler for Dm
r, ami If politic will nltl In Hid
"ministration of his councllmnnlr
'. lie Will ho rich, thnrn with
There will be nn rbntiffn In .!..
'0rth Wnrtl. Plllirle Pnlvln online.
lB m the cniincllmnti from the Im I
7,lck' Mr. Colvln hus tiiken n keen
"""rest In thn nffulrs of tho city nn-r
H bo one of the stronur men un ili.i
council thin yoar.
. n. Doty hnn ilocldoil "Notlii"
OOIng", so far n . .. r. ii ,.,, in.
j. . "" mmm... ...n. iim
"efl10n h tlnn nnlli-nlv In 11. onl..
' ll lumlth. Mr. nnty tins been
""K thu nncossltv for n chana-o uf
'lltllalo for aninni I..... .-.i . i. . ...
i """'i null ifll lliu .!. '
I c of his physician lms decided lo
,., Ul" fr many months. Nut i -"ng
tf) nut ,ho eUy to tho eX)t,nHf.
toM,POClnl 0,octl". ho has decided
J. ,q,m,lfy. nnd this doclsloii will
Ihe fir i. "'oiiir in tuiiiiutiKi nH
'llth Ward mnrnuinlnllvn . t.ill
Mh COMOr ,B 0,ootod " lunllflnl
' means thut ho will undouhtoil.
H, .,.0Ver for nnothor tortn. Willi
,.'"""" "' Mr. uoty from Ihn
...... ,ure Pobsoh one of tho Picture
i,Bi '"" i'ussoh one of tho picture
rilt! , ttrac,ori' ' the political af
Hin.0... e clty' Alwoys of a positive
til . ti,lJr a
...tuition hn nnvnv t..nnt.i -
- -.--. iivnitu.rii III .Ul-
loni thPr8H UlmHe,f on " lues
concerned the welfare of
' ' ' I' V llnl II .HI. IllUe In 1 l! I
mi' ll llllei II ',"' I ll) i ,1
'HUH ll lli.llll.et..
(tig irililniK luiifriiiii (in
' "tllll II Tllli IMIttllK lltl'lllll --
"f I II' llllltMKl Itl llll hi
Hi., c lly r.'iin- mi ttlti t Hi i
' ' n "rr-.rf t ..tii.ii-ti . t
l" Ht!lii mi'l water ilium mi
'"'''I''""!" i'mi, Aiiiit-ii iii iii
I Hill" lll till' piOIHIMII III III' ' i ' I
ili'rtitMiiK ill" mutter ir iHt I..
I ln locutluii uf fiicturlen In i i. ii .
iilullmi or Kiili' ut fiirton Hti i r.
till' 1'Xtcll'llllll lit till' t'll ijtl.lt ,1 t
Hit' iitircluint' of Htit'h l.iml ii tun
I li iifi'ili'il fur t la In purpiim- Tin fill
miri'K uf llit city will lni- to In khii
,, ,,,, 1.ll,,rll,llHU,. ,,.,,
utillliieil .mil plan Intel fur Hi" ftt
U re building uf what ew-rtuiii' pre
"u-1" wm "' ll1" ""uiiil til
i urrriNii iit.NT...
IMICC. W M I.I
IN sl'ltlllls II Willi 's
The urenl need fur the rehublll-
tutluii uf the ('uiilliierrlul I'tllli Ik lie
mining miire unil mure uppnren'.
eter tiny The tl In mi hainl when
lutnethlliK Klltlll III he il.illt- for the
prmiirlng uf fm-tory xlH't f.ir "he
new mllU tlmt are tu ftiiii" t
in be aecuretl unil lllll"i l.'Knl r (I
tape wilt hiii to be iniui'tind. "lid
tinlesn we have it civic ir.i:iil::itlu,i
to take the matter up and push ll in
u cunrlualon. It will drift niutii: as It
la drifting now-, unil whc. tho ti'ne
cornea (hut thla clly will lm.- tu .rt.
ll will be wllliuut a program
Some tlm" ugu a oir.c I l-i- -vim
appointed lo vlalt th" li-i-ilne.n men
and manufacturing t!itilHh'iionli.
Thl conimltlee met .i' -mi' "it'll!
HUrceaa nntl oippurl. hut the eir.
ben. could nut do till uf lit') nr:
"nil It becnun' ueceaa.uy to ini.tp.ui"
'" "me lo time th mi'moit uf
i,nr ,uk namigned to thnm. T.'i's was
unfortunute. fur It In ilel:i p.: the
r.i-urgunhii!nn of l!u Comtuerilnl
' 'lull. Tlut program tUH O.imml.'lee
""""'' """ " ""' ""'' un" " " ,K
cnrrletl to iiiiiiilptlnti :t wl.l :tiran u
"irrn ii to .ompieiinn wi.i .iifan n
,'i.'rcl.il urganl.i.tlon that will I
""fUve and efficient, financed
MroiKly enough tu Insure Its fune-
"",r ta """ "N' UIk the
I'omiuerrlul club Is the matter of go-
nf,"r oney to ctunplete the Ir-
,,u',"r "nil several projectH of equal
,ml",r"l,,r" Not "",1"1 '" n11"1'-1 '
he lust In getting this organization ,
MKDFKORD, Juno 2 Tho first
tourist party to reach tho rim of Cru
tor lnko this season arrived lit Mod
ford otter spending tho night at tho
Crater luko Inn.
Tho purty consisted of E. A. Welch
of Medford, C. J. Seymour, govern-
mont highway engineer ,und W. E.
Ilolfrlch ot Portland.
(lotting within two miles of tho rim
In their car, thu party walked to the
tako, where, tho snow now Is about six
feot doop. It holng too late to return
that night, thoy entered tho Inn thru
ii second story window and made
Tho only excitement ot the trip wits
mooting a large bear .which ambled
within sight of tho party for a con
siderable distance, but showed uo,
slgm of fight.
R M OF LAKE
TRENC'l USED BY TROOPS LOYAL TO EBERT
DURING RECENT STREET FIGHTING IN BERLIN
mfe'-ij"f"j" ' 'i "-' 1 1 n ii. i i ... '
every we..,...,, .... ....- - ... -
plued In the worl ilwur wan lined by
unit itiethud em-
the Kbert gtnernme.it In Its ImttliH
w"1' Spanucltles In ""'
llltrbett wire elltutlKlellieMtH were COII-
atriicteil at many of ine principal
ativei (runilngk and ucrosa public
IM LOCAL IK
TWO SENSATIONAL PLAYS It Y
LOWHEN AND FOSTER RE
LIEVE MONOTONY OF A I.OOSE
I.V 1'UVK.n GAME.
Ilefore a good sized crowd the Mer-
rill ball luum defeated the Klamath
Midgets at Modoc Park yenlertluy uf-
ternoun with a acore of 1C to 15
A the score Indicates the gume;"" t Postmaster General Ilurle-
wm, loosely pluyed, being filled with!"011-
errortt uud few senautlonal plays
,Two sensutlonul plays were made, one'
,y l.owden, center fielder for Mer
rm w, u long run for what
Heenied u sufe hit. and Herman Fos-
ter. nf the Mldirets. mude u Krvat bare
hand catch after falling on tne,
silvers" Coffman. although he was
HKh,iv 0ff color .pitched fair ball.
,,, ,uck,.d wIlnlllK Upr, Klam-
ath's bovs rallied In the ninth InnlngJ
mkK . run with two men out
nml vi,eh,.n on third and Mc
Colnm ,,. Mtchleln got too bold
.,,, wus ,,, 011t hot uox.
The Midgets have secured Jimmlo
Clark, well known player, as manager
,,, fuI, CUM expoct somtt K00j
games from now on. Yesterday's
Merrill Pos. Midgets
Stewimon c Arnold
C. VochaUer p Coffman
Clurk ib Chapman
Rudolph 2b Ramsby
D. Vocluilsnr ss Foster
R. SMtckoi 3ti McCollum
C. Stunkel rf Clendennlug
Thomasou It Kelly
I.owdtMi cl Nltchleiu
Umpires: ilrody. Montgomery uud
El. PASO. Juno 2. Consul Gener
ul Garclu who represents the Mexi
can government In this city left hur
riedly tor Mexico City today un or
ders from Currauzu. following u re
port thut Chihuahua city had fallen.
JURAEZ, Mexico, June 2. Many
residents ot this city are sending
their belonging and families acrosi
the Into Amerlcun territory. It Is re
ported thut the Yuqul Indians have
joined the Villa troops.
1)1 1 CANS ARE
.,..... ...iu.u ...- o ..
lively .artillery and machine guns
w",u ' -' ' - "
iroiirnrH wen iiuk uiTUbn inr Mrruin
,.. ,ho Rn,nB wa8 ,10ttt.M, This
i,,,.in..r,,i,, l.iuf r.wi. Iv.nl frnm Her.
. " ...
nn. mown a irencn irom wnicn mor-
turn were operatetl very effectively
111'RI.F.SON AND HINES
Fl'LL AFTflORIlY TO GOl'GE
THE UNPROTECTED PUBLIC
SEEMS NO COMEBACK .
WASHINGTON. June 2 The su
preme court today upheld the In
creased telephone and telegraph rates
put Into effect January 21 last, under
The court held that under tho Joint .
resolution by which the wire systems
were taken over hy the government,
there was authority for Interfering
with Inter-stute rates. The supreme
court also upheld the railroad freight
nnil nniiminir mlA InprAflBpa mnrl.i v
" . .- - --- -
the railroad administration last June.
u reversed the Nprth Dakota su-
"reme court ,ecree enjoining the
N'orthern Paclf,c and Director HlnW
,rom Arcing the Increased rate or-,
JK5LE IS RACK.
Harold Ogle, one of the Klamath
hoys who showed the French and
Kngllsh how to do things on the
other side, when the 20th Engineers
got busy, returned home Saturday
night. After staying with his folks i
sitiurcH, liquid flro was used effec
Just long enough to show them that j slty of Oregon.
he was really home and alright, he Since his vlslf here with the Uni
tilt the trull for the tall uncut this j verslty fllee Club. Dean John J.
morning, under the wing of Jnck j I.andsbury. ot the School ot Music
Kimball. I.Ike nil of our lads, he is
"doggone glud to get hack home."
IS Gin EDITOR
ACCEPTS APPOINTMENT AS DEP-
UTY COUNTY CLERK, SUCCEED-
ISO V. V. DELAP, JR.
The Herald regrets to nnounce
that Mr. Fred Fleet, who for the past
three years has occupied tho position
of City editor or The Herald has
severed his connection with this
paper to accept tho appointment ot
Deputy County clerk succeeding
Charles F, Del.np, Jr., who resigned
a short time ago. During his connec
tion with the Herald, Mr. Fleot hus
proven an able and conscientious
newspaperman and he carries with
him to his new ofice the best wishes
of all ot his co-workers. His succes
or on The Herald has not yet been
OAKLAND. Calif, Jutif 2 Tlio
it-yen of the world wcrf apaln tllrt'ctutl
'toward Oaklund wliun another ship
building p'cortl wan broken. The
Palo Alto, the largest concrettt vkh
nt:l ever constructed, was launched
i for the Government Island yard. I
The hull of the Palo Alto was
. launched 90 per cent, being sent
down the ways broadside.
i The vessel has 21 tanks, with a ca -
I paclty uf 3.000,000 Billions. It will
us) oil us fuel and will he driven by
i . ... '
' reciprocating engines, developing a
Hpti'd of 12 knots.
FIFTKK.V DAYS AKE ALLOWED
IV WHICH TO ANSWER FOL
IOW SAME LINES
ST GERMAN'. June 2 Austria
Jwas given the peace terms today and
grunted 15 days in which to reply.
The terms were presented with the
problem of Italy's Adriatic claims
unsolved. Dr. Karl Renner. Austrian
h n fa delgatlon,
rccpved tho terms, He made aspeech
President Wilson was late in ar-
a punctured tire having de-
dayed him. Premier Clemenceau
imutlu the opening address, speaking;
three minutes. Dr. Henne ropened
with a complaint of the delay in the
presentation of the terms. He de
clared the Austrian republic was en
tirely separated from the Hapsburg
The peace terms follow the same
outline as the German conditions. In
many places they are Identical. Aus
trla is left a state of six or seven
million people In a territory of five
or six thousand square miles. She
Is required to recognize the complete
Independence of Hungary. Ciecho
Slovakia and the Serbian-Croatian
Slovenian state and to cede other ter
ritories of the former Austrt-Hungar-
lan empire of 50,000,000 people. Aus
tria agrees to accept the league ot
hat(ms CQVenant &nd ,abor chMtefi
to renounce all extra European
rights, demobilize her whole naval
and aerop,ane forceg and atjrait8 the
Allies' right to try her nationals who
have been guilty ot the violation ot
the customs ot civilized warfare.
. nPAI MI IQIPI AIM"?
xrt i ADPAWI7r 1 no
WILL. UKUAINlZt LLUb
A very Important meeting will be
held at 7:30 on Wednesday evening.
June 4th, at the Music store ot Mr.
George A. Wlrtz, 725 Main Street, to
organize the Klamath Branch ot the
State Music Teacher's Association.
All teachers of music in Klamath
Falls and Klamath County are earn
estly requested to be present.
This local organization Is being ef-
fected at tho instance of the I'nlver
of tho Statn University, has been
anxious to have the musical com
munity of Klamath County repre
sented In the State organization.
Branches of tho State Music Teach
ers' Association are now in opera
tion in all the principal cities and
towns of the State and a Brunch
here will be ot great benefit to musi
cians and to the community at large.
Dean I.andsbury will make a trip
t0 this city in about n week to meet
with tho local organization to
launched Wednesday evening.
VILLA FORCES ARE
AGAIN VERY ACTIVE
JAUREZ, June 2. Trustworthy
advices say that Generals Villa and
Angeles attneked Chihuahua Citv
yesterday and that fighting Is still
WILL HURN I.V NKW YORK.
Mrs. George Hum Is happy today
over the receipt ot news that her
son, Will, who went to France lo
"treat'em rough," has arrived in New
York, and she Is looking forward to
his return home at an early date.
., , . . n , ..
, New Independent Republic
' on Rhine Announced
'AUSTRIA GETS TERMS
Fifth Ward Councilman Forced b
III Health to Refu.se to Enter CptML
the Duties of Councilman Bbx
I'roMenu Face New City Dads.
Dateless Dispatch by Associated
Press, A situation which may af
fect the peace settlement with Gor-
,. ,h, ,., ,,..
I tlon of an indeDendent republic of
AS THOSE., v, nhiin n.n.in .hit, airt..
along the frontier of Holland and
I.uxemberg contains vast fields oC
, ,ron and great lndugtrla, cltlw.
If the Rhineland province becomei
Independent, a buffer state will to
set up between France, Germany and
Belgium. The new- state would con
trol the Saar region, Bremen. East
and West Prussia.
Other provinces are said to be con
templating similar action which,
might mean the dislntragatton of
ST. GERMAIN, June 2. Austria.,
has been given her peace terms today
and allowed fifteen days in which to
The terms were presented wild
the Italian Adriatic problems still
Dr. Karl Renner, the Austrian
Chancellor and head ot the delega
tion received the terms and made a
speech In French. President Wilson
wus lute at .- meeting, a punctured
tire havluc; delayed his arriral.
Premier Clemenceau made tha
opening address, speaking for a per
iod of three minutes.
Dr. Renner opened his addreoA
with a complaint at the delay in re
ceiving the terms. He declared that
the Austrian republic was now en
tirely free from the Hapsburg dy
nasty. NATION LEAGUE
DECIiARES IN THE SENATE THAT
IT IS A GIGANTIC WAR TRUST
DARES NOT 1.ET THE PEO
WASHINGTON, June 2 Senator
Johnson, republican ot California, as
sailed the league ot nations as a com
bination ot armed powers "in a gi
gantic war trust." He told the sen
ate that the Paris conference dared
not amend the league covenants
that the declaration ot future wars
could be decided by popular rote ot
the peoples concerned, instead of b?
the established rulers.
UNION OFFICIALS STATE ATLAN
TA TROUBLE IS PURELY 1,00
WASHINGTON. D. C. June 2.
President Koenkamp ot the Com
mercial Telegraphers' Union stated
today that no date had been set tor
the natlon-wtdo telegraphers strike
and that the threatened walkout at
Atlanta was a purely local affair.
Secretary Burleson almost simul
taneously announced that It thu
phone operators at Atlanta had been
dismissed due to Union affiliations,
they wluld be reinstated, and that:
responsible telephone officials would
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