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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 3, 1919)
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Thirteenth Yenr No. 3,038
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1919
Price, Five Cents
FOILED IN BIG
PLOT TO KILL
ipoiion Over East Last
BUT FEW ARE INJURED
nrnill llH' I" ' ' !'
r,M' ttenit on thrlr l.he
Man lltiiitn ! Atom In I'lm lug
tkiiiil- In Iti'slili'ine of A Mlflii'll
Prtliiii i Niitlumtlili' I 'Ii it.
VAsllM.TO. l C .Inn.' .
I'ollrt" I" I" ' '"r" loi-v believe lli.it
ihrr Ii" I '''' i t If !'! tilt' Minn who
blnn I" pi. ( i' tunt 1 1 1 K I t 111 mi r
fort t" ti'H Ulortiev lienernl
Mill-In II I .Imi'i' wltn n tut iiili im un
iturrliM fliilll P!'htil"lplllll
Tllrl nr I iillfl.li'llt llllll II lllllilll
iJo pint .i:niiit tlii liven nf thi ki v
ODirnt ..rn.'i.iU iiiiil ptiniiliii'iit tin-ilni-M
Mien liiul In'"!! Iiil'l mil 'i I'lnl
ijrlphu ami that tin- Hlili'upri'iiil e
plonluni, hmt night were iippn iMiilt
1 leiJUrl til till' IIIIMI(Ti'tlll M iv Di)
Tlili U In llini'il to ln miiithi'r jioji
In an an irchtmlc movement fur thn
oicrttiriiK of thn government nf Un
A piiintihlpl iik fuuiiil nt l':i' ii '
ilir win re I III' ImlnlliT llllll llli
mtii mu'iI'.iI li't t no which r'ilt".l
in hit Im'Hii; Mown Intii Itltit The
ilu'iiplili't Mnlti iti't tli.it n i'lm uiir
!: iii I'll Hurled iiiul was signed In
thi An.ir. Inir flghleta It win ovl
te"l urn t'lli'il in nhnw thin a
iflfii of lurrnr bud lipguu
The I- vrrp .'ililoiiii In
ork W iiiililnKlon. t'li'M'Imi.l
tnatvchUtlp nlteiiiptit to I'.ertmt lite
H ini'iity nt llmln'i. riti"iii'i, ,
anil N'i'Ktiiin . Inst nlxht. eni "it innMAMTi tnioiiaiikt
He mnrP HU.re.Hful It,.,,, the Ma, 'ROMANTIC IRISHMAN
Dir iti'iiiiniht rut Inns
Two or Ibri-e iprt,n .i-v i I.MIn.! In
Xr nr i It tin the Ikii)'" pre no
ifittiTPil it wih ImtiiiHHllili' to deter
mine jam how many.
A Mlti bell Palmer, rtlio w,i iiiim
of Hip liilPiidi'il IrtliMi 1ms linen up-
llienKithm HoHh"Um. iitnl the .es
Plchl,. alt. niil nt Ids 11,'e U iiinlei-
tti"ii inn tin- nrficiTs nr, at . lo
to iinii.rii,,l the iitti'mpted ili'Stun'
tlon uf Hi,, t liurrli In !;. iliili Iphlii
1'i'fii'i for lioei iln bo'iilx
t ii i. nib il u hint in anv of tig'
pii' i n
TALKING ABOUT IT
IN 'OL NEW YAWK
'II. i . ,i , f Kin, until l''uil' U
pr ni i ..ii.i h. toif t ln yp.ir i'. nut
II I- i ,i i' in In' mil' nl 'the liuM
kill' III Mill llllm nf I III' C"'!'''
uuioii,' i ,l.i ., uf pi'iiplu who liMlull)
Pay Intii. attpntloii to thn iiilwiitlKtiih'
ni'tluiilH niioptpil by miinU'li.lltU'i.
Ami all because the Klamath Stiilo j
Hank bus nlai iil on tin, buck nf Itu ,
...... . . .... . .
vieiKs in,, Mogai, "Wbnii )uii iiiiinisi,
iuirli,...u jou start It homo to tin,
llfl town on tho Pacific lloust.
Coinu anil Hen for outself."
Tlio latKHt uvctnuu of publicity to
''"Kultied by tho iiko ot this imlnuo ,., ,,, icitimntli Kills, whldt she
iifihud Is thru tho columtiH of tin, p,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, t(l ,, wlll, ,,, ,,,.,,
'Inmicior", ono ot tho big. consor-i f(lmj ,lllt ,i)y )m, ).,, outwltlotl
'lwi financial Jolltuals of -Now tty lli( wllilt n Heiislble patents al
'"fk City. iro Ih what that puhllca-j liyi, ( km, the happy cnuiilc
Hon has to say: jll,r Mosulnr. The liiiiieMiioon will
"Tllll HhlKIIII "Whllll yotl lllllorsi, , o,,,,,,l l a,,,, I'mn, ..n nml ntlmp
His tliPcK ou start It limuti to thn
tnt'Ht town mi llie lliielfln (?mlt.
,umn and sen for yourself!" which
"'o Klanniilt Slato Hank, of Klamath
'll, Oregon, can leu on tin, back of
1111 Us checks, la iitrlactlng n great
"I its I'lincliH Ih ultracllng i Kt
aul many m tho pointed compllm
iniary rniiiail.H Unit uiu penned
Hanlly u day pusses Unit dues lint
"fl'il! back homo n ohoclc with nn
aililpd .loinmic (,, ti,0 ffort tlmt tho
'"'lorstir In Buroly coming to soo for
ilinsi'lf And mining thn writers are
"ni(Mi il,,, blKBi'sl riniimlers nt tho
HERE LAST NIGHT
lipprei lllllilll il limit mimical
Hulk III tin hull till' I H'tii 1..T- Ill
tlii' I'miili) ti i l.m It it rf ti gave a xiir
prlne purlv In liiiinir of Miuhp ei
iriiilr iitnl Auguatn Parker .11 the
home or Mm II (' Telford limt night
A plniiniint f I'll I IIK. Him npflll III njii
wrmitlnn iitnl ill ii n If mid iti'llrloiM re
fri'Kllllll'lllM MTV I'll 'I'll 1111' pll'll'tlt
were, Mr mill Mm II I' l.iiwti'tirii
mnl iluur.litnr. AIiiiii. Mr mnl Mm U
S HIihikIi. MIkx Vem llniintuu llov
I ii I'riilrlit. I II Miihuii Mr and Mm
i: H Ventrh. Minn Wln Hurt Thnm
iih. Mlrni I'rmiri'x lli'lill) tln MIhhi'K
nrker unil Mm II c Telford
I HMMI Nt I Ml I' I 111 s ii
in in i. ii i mi i:i:ii i int. ii
until, i itinw i i mm;.
I IM I'Ulll.ll M
I'tf'tll ntllili nt A u n. i Hill IMn.i
tifflflil, Mililri-d Hill ClMi t n Paul
i Inn illiirniiiiiil. tiertrtlili' Tnlb'. I.i-h
li't tiffli'lil unit llruii' I'uil.i'i! uri- to
be Krniliu ti'it from tin- Merrill IIikIi
Srliiml tllla ji'iir The illlillli'Ili p
IMPIIt I'XlTi I I'll Mil' to lie Ili'lll III! Hill'
Uii mnl the Ciiiiiiiii'iiri'iiH'iil Aililri""
I I to be ilplhereit b) .1 J I ..illilflin r'
I'ollonliii; Hip priiKriini fur tin
in i imlmi
InntriiuiPiKiil Diii'i -.-:. , i( ,
lii'tlruih' Tollc. liilnfi Merrit'
ItlMirntlou i Aaron Wolfe
J"lt! SniiiK SmiK
I High Sclionl (lief Chili
Iritiltitatiir) Aniiii Htll
1 Aililii'im J J Lniiilnliiir
Uniire ili'iu'iith the
1 (' ti Merrill
I I'ri'ii'iiimliin of nipioiiMii
IUkIi .silioni i;i,.i. ciub
IS SECRETLY WED
In an iiiiul.hiiiii.iM' Hull. n,.ui tbni
appeared In the puIiiiiikh of The Her
ald lacl eveiilnr. wan hidden n ro
ll, iinrn tli.it I, un Jiiht pome to Unlit
ami that uiih wrapped up In It all nf
lllii feitlliupiit. il.irltiK and poetry nf
the llinernlil lnle The Item In iuin
tlnit fiiefpl) Htntfil that .Mr and Mrn
Marti,, Dtly left for San 1'ianrUeo
Hut bin h nf it lp n mory of the
early inhent or IiiIh vniinu I ixh inuti
Into the wllil-. of OieRnn to ntnke lili
furtiiim and win hi bride. When Mr
lul arrl'i'd In Lake rmmiv from
IipIiiiuI be took up the atoi.itloli fol
lowed In sn m anv n' lii i inintr' nii'ii
of herilli, : Im-p He wn l.'iuleil In
t'te vlrinltv of Crenii'iit mnl t:ie--nu't
MUi Cl.iihn llinirk unit prnecea
eil to won and win her with the sunt"
lllipellNnlly Pliurili lerlMtu- of his
mi" It'll (here was a Hliiinblilii;
bloi'k that be little realized would be
iiliuiiHI Itisiiimnuutable the nliJi'C-
(toll of the niiieiilH Vnllilni' iliininn.l
,,, V01(? ,, PnrrIui, ()1
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in,,.,.... ll.llj lieillieo ,,. Hl'l-
,, ,,, ,,. ,1V Kl,K ,,,.,,
8,.orilyi ,, ,.,,, ,, s ,,.
,. T,, ...,., lllq Ulir ,,. , ,'..
ll.'l'. Ills wnrn Ifimt In fpiinr.
,.,,., Iir ,i. lirfilir ,.,,, ,,. ,..,,,.
...i,.,,. ,,.. ,... ..,.,,. ,., ,,,, ,
Tho m.inlngo eeremotiv was per
formed by llev. Hugh .1. Marshall,
pastor of the church of (ho Sacied
llemt of this city.
lilIAVi: I'Olt AI'TO TltlP
Mr. unil .Mrs. I. I). W'lillmoio and sis
I or, Mis. Chillies llolmrlH will leave
Thttrsdiiy uiu tiling by (into fur two
weeks tiulo tour In Oregon. The party
ovpertH to visit nt tho homo of Mrs.
Whltninto'H mother In Salem mid
takes n the Uose Festival In Port;
land Mrs Kobetts will visit vvllli te
I .t'vi 'n i l' t 'II
Here Is Shown One of the
Terms Handed the Germans Are So "Oppressive"
a. i -. 5' ?- i Pni
The Huns arc complaining loudly that the peace terms
liiifl diiu-n fni'tlicin :n'f "onnresive." and that no considera -
tion is heiiiK .shown them whatever. Here is shown one of i
tlie reasons why such terms were made. The delegates tol
tlie Peace Conference are shown whil making their way;
thru ruined Arras to visit the ruins of the once beautiful
cathedral, wantonly wrecked
i ii. r in Miui.ii
men i.ow ii.M
l MlUt HtltUJVTItlN
IM MIMNt. IM.AN'ls
Slteen hundred aero of land In to
be brought under IrrlK.Ulon on the
houtli iide of the Klamath rher be
tween t!.l t ( and Keuo. when two
pruJeetK now under way are eomplet
eil The llaldwln Hardware cump.iu)
In liiHt.illliiK two hlK eentrlfUKal
piimiiK. nf tlie IIron Jackson tP"
S" Thee are illrertl -cntinePted with
twn Ceneral Klectrlr motors. the
power for whli'h will be furnished
from the plant of Kerns Uiotheis
The lanter ill Ilieie proje.i .- .....
- .i . - i- .i...
belliK handled li II. 11 " """
enburi? .i a. iiinnoiiK. i. ' "
It A Talbot, mid wilt comprise one
. t I ' ,, am.
tlinuKiind iiupb. The other which in
beiiiK reclaimed b II. K Kerns.
C I'rell mil Ir i:. II Hawkins, will
u, ke in td hundred acres. This laud
t- ,ime ol the best 111 this sectinn and
wl . n tt Is full rnUlnied it will
piow in be a source of considerable
wealth to the C0UIH.
.,., ...i t ii...... smntl Inlnat-
1 "' "' " '
I ,,h. is ...iwtnntlv in.reastng
linn. ml tlie countN. and If the pro
Kit's, made the past two years is
continued for tlio uoU few oars
there will be adiloil to tho U rolls
of this county n largo acreage of
In, id that lias been lying dormant.
,....,..., II ,l,u ,,., , rue it tlie'
' """' ' ,'", . . . ' ' , I
I" "'" , ' " ' "" '
Hi" "i-"' "' Kninteo the bonds of
unguium iiisuicis p.ihs..s.
There are nlso a numiier ot
it. . ..i.... ,.. ..im.Iwii.1 lli.i tl.imntb
iiiHii-ivin iiiiuuh"'"" "- i
llasln, which; it they nro given suf-
.. ., .
nth Project Is now nh:o to enrry It-1
self nflor tho difficulties experienced ,
when It was llrst started. Under tho j
I proposed stnto aid, irrigation uis-
trlcts can Ii.) started and curried aloilir
'on u co-operative plan, freo from tho
red tape, espouse), incompetency, un
certainty and heavy overhead Incid
ent to government operation under
the Iteclamntloii Service, thus enah
Hug the landowners to place the wut
er on their lands nt about one-third
tho cost Ihoy would have to pay if
Unolo Sam dliected the wotk.
Don J, Zuiuwalt, who has been do
ing S()iue surveying for. Win. M Hray
Hear valley, between Calor and
I, i nemmed to K1 i r eh Fiilli-
flelout assistance to cnrr iiieiu over rourti AU interested parties decided hy, Hubert Mugulro. John Marshall,
tho llrst few venr.s will bo amply alilo,,, nh,ll(, ,)V ,,lnt ,,oclsotli a(1 when J Charles Matney, Halph Wllllnnis. Lu
lu carry themselves Just as tho Klam- ,,. cnu.., ,iol.Iaro.i .,.., 0Biitv nf the ' cile Calhoun. .Marv Matnei ana
Reasons Why the Peace
i .Jli -vii . ..."
by the Germans.
Is IM.ACI.I'UI V TTOKM CAIt.NAIiW ill..
i.aki:s 'Jinan i:i,r 'Hon i.i:t;-
A I. WHIN yi'i:si'lllN Is KAIs.
Frank M 1'pp, C. I" nr.inden
bur; and Joe Moot.' too tl-eit oath
i of elfke nn c i lcSliem for this nj
' lai: nlfiht. This was done after the
Jill council has riojiioi the table of
i .ill business that Ins been 'HMt r wn
("i.'liiK tho past ic-ui
The iiuestlon of the leRality of the
election .it which the councilmen who
took their seats last nlKht were eleet-
d .was rniBL'd by Councilmen Will
,,, ,,(,. ,, 8Urr(?ndl,,e,,
to Ills successnr. .Mr I.uo put the
question to the mayor, who referred
u , c.v AlorllPV (,,,,,. ,,.,
that offn-1 il ntnted thnt lu Iev of thw i
decision of the State Supremo Court
In the Kellebi r cuse. there was uotl--injc
to do but to recognize the legality
of the election.
The quest Inn of doubt has arisen
rcvauw ui i un uiiucinieni o ib Blare
law cbHiiciiiB the. date of all oloctlo
. . ..
rrom .tune to November, so that all
, Biw.lm,: , ' , , v. ,,
cltv elections in the
special ones, shall be held on the
same date as tho stnto election. Mut.
cities including Klamath Kails, hnl
-""' ' i'.
charter previsions calling for fie
election to be hold In June, and this
piovision was not changed. It vi-,
. ... . '" .
Ior "'" -,?sll' '" -Mr. frisler re-
f'tsed to surrender his office to Mr
Slrt,,j,.. and why similar cases arose
throughout thn state. In Portland
the sumo iiuestlon canto up over the
election or n commissioner
)1M, cartlod to the
nml tho 1
Pioctnlti nn ottiv
C.irnnhan stated the
tuntlon as It appeared to him. Mi i
Leo surrondeied lib seat to .Mr. Unn.
rAKU PAIITV AM) T.r.VCH
m;.t tiuksdav kvijxivg.
The ladies of the Sacred Heart
church, unilor tho direction ot Mrs.
Kiirlght, will give a card party in tho
Assembly hnll ot the church next
Thursday evening, when It Ii ox
peeted thnt ono ot tlio ninny enjoy
able events ot tho parish will ho had,
Following an evening ot card p!.i.vilig.
re'pe.hti"nt will he served.
TWO WEDDINGS AT I
Ili'v K I' I.iiwpTiri'. of tin- 1'ren-'
liti'ri.ui diurch of thin city wan the i
offirtatliiK rliTKyman at two wi'dil-
IriKi Hatunluy uftornoon w.hi-n ho
urilli'f) In itibrrlaKi! John It Wlthrow
of I'drturvlllc, Calif, anil MIkh Utile
fJrlur Mrn. Wlthrow In tho daughter
of Mrs V. H I.onj; of thin city. Mr
and Mm Wlthrow left yentcrday
iiiornliiK for Stockton, California,
whor1 Mr. Wlthrow Is raployd.
The second couple united In matri
mony by Mr. Lawrence wan Donald
(iraemc and Mlns Kay Klncald, both
of Odcnna. Mm Oraeme haB been the
Hchool teacher at Odessa for the pant
year and In one of the most charming
oung ladles of the I'puer country
Mr (iraeme Ik one of the valued em
ploye's of the Lamm Lumber Com
pany They will make their home at
im pii.n t i:i cu-im school
! aki, it itisin:i i.i nchthiu--
UT vii: at rovr ir i.i:s
Tiiw ti: ci:t.s pint mi:.l
Ti.Ti a nourlshinK substantial
lutih can be sered to a growing
child at an a erase cost of nine and
nine tenths cents. In spite of the ntg!i
prices of the present day, Is the
statement made by Miss Molly Stew
art, principal of the Riverside School
here and manager of the cafeteria,
which has sersed fourteen thousand
four hundred and seventy one
lunches to the school children there
in the si months school this year.
An average of 121 meals were serv
ed each school day.
While the menu for these Hunches
has been nothing fancy, a good lunch
with milk or cocoa to drink, and
bread and butter with a meat loaf,
baked beans or some thing on this
order has been served each day and
been prepared In the best possible
way by Miss Ilcrtha Frakes. Miss
Stewarts report shows that a total of
$1,4 34 17 was taken In for the meats
and that 1,432.76 was paid out,
leaing the close margin of $1.41 in
the treasury Groups of girls In the
seenth and eighth grades took
turns In serving, so that this cost
was cut out. The cafeteria seats
about one hundred children. At the
close of the term a treat of straw
bet ries and ice cr.eam was ened to
the students out of the treasury
The food was of course obtnfnea
for the cafeteria at wholesale prices,
1 but tho fact that n nourishing lunch
could be put out for less than ten
1 cents een at wholesale cost prices,
comes a a surprise to those who
come in innt.tct with the aver-
age i.. ii ol tare.
Fl P 0 f" lf F" P 0 P T"
H I I 1 1 I H I" f" I 1") 1
IILULlbL i lilU I
The nnuunl llrst communion serv
ices of tho Sacred Heart church were
hold Sunday, when u class of eight
received their llrst holy communion,
The class consisted of Gerald Ilerll,
Ireuo Williams. The event Is ono of
i the important affali of the paiish,
"st-laud each rervice on Sunday was
T"" n't'r R beautifully decorat-
ed with cut flowers and potted plants,
Tho hoys wcro dressed In black and
woro white ribbons on their right
nnu, and tho littlo girls woro white
dresses, wreaths mid veils, nnd ent
iled bouquets ot roses nnd lllllcs of
tho valloy. Following tho first mass,
tho mombors ot the class woro talsen
by tlio sisters to tlio Convent whoro
breakfast was served.
At tlio last mass tho communicants
were enrolled in tho Mt. Curmet
scapular nnd made members of the
League of the Sacied heart
Secretay of the Interior Tells
Why Contract Wai Made
Voluminous Koply Is IlelnB f'onslil
rrpnJ at n Meeting of the lllrertort
of the Klamath Irrlzntlou IH
tHet Text of Iteply Not Yet Avail
able for 1'ubllrntinn.
A meeting of the directors of the
Klamath Irrigation District is beln
held this afternoon and It Is one ot
the mnBt Important In th- history ot
the Klamath Project, for at u !s be
ing considered the reply that Secre
tary of the Interior Lane has made
to the telegram of inquiry sent him
in connection with the cousf uctlon
of the dam across Lank r::e- ThU
reply will not be given out for pub
lication before it has been fully con
sidered by the board, but It b un
derstood that It practlc-iliy sustaits
the action of the officla.i nf thy Re
clamation Service In eutrinK Into tho
contract for the construction nf the
dam across Link river
This telegram was sent soon after
the straw ote was taken ordering
the directors to institute proceedings
to prevent the construction of the
dam. Notwithstanding the result ot
this election. President OffioM has
taken advantage o fevery subierfuso
to prevent the commencement ot
legal proceedings that would protect
the rights and interests of the peo
ple. In the meantime the cofferdam has
been constructed, and the owners ot
land along the shores ot the Upper
lake have learned what it will mean
to them if the dam Is made a perma
nent fixture. Thousands of acres ot
rich low land has been flooded and
the level of the lake is still going
higher. Another feature of the contract
that is just beginning to attract at
tention Is the effect of the possibility
of the lowering of the lake to tlw
point permitted under the contract
signed with tho government. This
contract makes it possible for the
powvr company to practically drain
the Upper lake, and if it did so it
would virtually tie up the lumbering
industries thut are now dependent
upon this bodv of water for the hand
ling of the imtneiiM' supply ot logs
needed tor the successful operation
of the plants.
s the full put port of the contract
lawns upon tho-e nit' ieted. the
amaem n. giinv? that 'i.iv set of of
tn als would have tin aadac.ty to
niuut mkIi privilege to any 'concern
The Cential Garago is l, i c t;i 'lad
ing and gettin.. int i war!. t',c cott.'i
t'on two cirloi.K' of ' it 'mobiles one
consisting of (.hand'"" '.'irs and tho
other of tho Mmous littlo CliSTolet.
These machines lwxi boon seiuicd
only nftor tho most urgent plcailiiips,
nnd the Cent'.il hoys lotifider them
selves extioraoly lucky to 'io t'b'e m
pet them. Several have alpef.v bteti
sold, and it Is epocteil-tlmt tho rest
of tho shipment will bo disposed of at
an early date.
TAKLS X13W POSITION-.
Miss Xelllo McAndrows, a wU
I known teacher In tho Klamath Falls
' public schools has accepteri.ii peVtton
In the office of the Tuning f M
'."' the m u r iv "t" -