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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1919)
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I OFFICIAL PAPER Of
KICIAI. IMI'KU Ol
Thirteenth Year No. 3,051
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1919
Price, Five Cent
Uli R W
IWIH I UL LUUI
' TO THIS CITY
High Cot of Factory ottes
Tln Re'" 'oMlilrml of tbr
founding "' lortor) I'. ,
Where Will He liH'lrtl Mill- ''l
Potior lei To He Placed on n
OprrntUe IUU for Owner. and
Another Itldimtry In BUtliK to be lot
toKUmuih Falls iinle.u Mimethliir l
done to routrol the price of the mill
lllr. adjacent to the rlty. Tim liite.l '
concern to eek entraiire here U
the White l'lne Lumber cotiipiin a
oriirullnii tlml 1 beliu: orcniilieil
br II V
Tnrter nd f A elnter of
the Hrny Lumber mid Hoi nimpun
and the Ktocktoit Ilox fump.in f
Stockton, fnllf . n ltd nptiiln Marlon
Nlnr of the Slim Lumber hiImii f
Jlray Theito KOIilleineti Imtn decided
to riipace 111 the nuwmllt lilllllen in
thl territory and with Unit end in
tw luive orftiillUl'd the White I'll"
Mm li- coiiiintiv. with n capital "f
Mou mm They plan on the linuirdi
Tie rrertli-ti of P nmutillt with u dull
rap it v of ".O.iMin feet nud so plan
d! ihti' f'lit mil be Increased to 75.
eiic ' n .i ir.ir. If condition nr
r;ni the clmtiir"
1 ' i I "Ire of thee 111"" '"
' their chief nfflfes, and tho mill
Iw led In till rM . bill nlreidv lbe
time been ciuifroiiled with ih I''- b
Irm of n fnrtory ulte. The prlc.e '
Ins nuked for Kllen ndjiireui to I hi
(Ity urn no iinreiiuiiiibly lit,;tt to
make It ImpOMlhh' for them to een
nniUilr the polblIlly of plud-i Hie
mill here This I the second mHI
that I being forced to mn In'o ttta
llinliitr from thin mime, and i.nless
mill and factories Is concerned
Already there Is under cnnslilern
linn by certain Interests the mhl:i
ulllty of the selection of a site for n
Purely mill city
., ..I.. II urt.l
i no piiin ii.Be.mi.
Prmldes thnt It slmll be on th linsl
of n ro-iiperatlve enlerprlne, mii'iiifn '
turcr securing u cortaln ncreiir i In ,
proportion to the cnpltnl linected
ami the stock curried In the tow I He
tptniinny. It would be ii noli profit ,
(linriug unterprlHe Tho employees of
'the factories would be pnrt of tlm
fnil.ir.l .lnn.1 It la n.nima.ll tft let
i uii mill n ii in in iii'wi.. .. -
cot of the ground and erecting tho
nultdlng In no hciihii will It be a 'com
Pny town,' since tho one object
ought Is the securing of mill sites nt
a rcnnnnnbln figure, so situated as to
Hive, tho factories tlio benefits of
transportation, labor supply and the
other advantages nrcrulng from prox.
Jmlty to n largo city.
If such nn enterprise Is carried
through, It will menn Hint Klamath
Pulls will rnpldly drop from her pre
eminent poslllnn buck Into tho sinnll
ton clnss, and nil through tlio tin
Njimnnnblo nvorncn of tho ownors ot
Win lnnd ndjacent to tho city
Tlio seriousness of this situation It
"in-li ns to ngnln bring promlnontly
to tlm attention of tlio people hero tlio
"rgnnt necessity for (ho feorgnnlzn.
t'on of tho roninmrclnl flub and
'Iir-iu'it It IliondJURtiiiont of tills fne.
t"rv ,(0 iilfficnlty. It niso brings up
fnr eonnldornllnn tlui ndvlsabllllv o.
" i'v oxtondlpg Its llmlto (ind buy-
n nil of UinJlmiil fmltnbjn for fnc-
tntv nltrn nnd ronolllni; It nt n prico
will invllo factories instead ot
1 n; tlinin (t'oin lioro,
MIHS LOW HUTURVS.
JoHle Low rotunii 1 from tho
.mnetlilng I done within t.ie n-.r - ; "" ' r,...enled bv il.o. ",,",l" "nM P"" """ fr l"" ,il8t lleldlng. member of this year's gradu. Iwas rewarded by one of the sleekest,
tare lo change this conditio... Mm... , " ' ' ' r "' ' " fmv day completing nrrnngements n ,, of te r,llversItv of ore- fattest bob cats that has been seen in
'lh V"n W ",,,r Ml """ ""'I c,', Mo ZuulZZt tm Ch" "',r"'1,,ctl11 of tlle truck '"- gon. to Miss Eunice Hodges, opera- this section for sometime. Now Mr.
dry n far ns the securing of new J c l tne imm. ''"", ' ' " to till territory-. He says that ho has ,lir . fhl, veene office of the Wes- Lord Is proudly exhibiting the skin of
. . . .. . . . Mi'iiiiit ii 11111- tiiiiiiiii' miti-ii'ii 41
SANFORD IS CLEARED
I'lHIllt Hllllflllll Willi llllN lll'l'tl (III
Irlul In (In' ('In nit unlit fur Hit- p:i
ni'i'rnl dit eliiur.eil Willi Mat ill ttr
rum mi tin' iH'iNiiii of Lilian Trimble
HHH lirillltttll III a ril lllllllltl-a MM
illt't yeMonlny iifteruooii Mi S.in-
(mil, wlio Iiuh ii wilt' uimI iliri'i' ilillil-
I i'ti iiinl who IiiiiI it lingo iiiiiiiIii'i of
ittiliittiinlliil iiltlreiiH trttllfy p 10 'III'
splendid lop.iliitlmi iinil rli.i ' H'li'i- hit
bore, ciinlrinli'il Hint llu churgii wan
tnimi., ,, ,. ,( ,. ,M,t
erdlct wnti lil Inilli.iii. dint then) wuh
Jlin iloulit In I Iim mind (if llii' Jurors
u til tile tltltli (if III roiiti'iitloti He
j wu repreneiileil Ii) Horace M .Man-
A Ot.V.V I'AltTV.
A "ctuty purl)" wns glten
uKit ul the Jobimton Inline on Canby,
Ai'iiiie The kui-hIh were lnlled to
uileud In the "rruzlcst" coHlume
(Ml,y Ci,u( limine and the rvul can-
,.lt IIIUC, ,nrr , ThH unbiuo af-
fulr n gh en uii u farewell party for
M1" 1:vu Hanki. who leav.'H Hiinii to
intend school III California Amonic
,, RtlilN were. Mle. Eva HunkM.
Akin. Ine Klllott. Esther utid
.s'., .McAmlro. Anna Mae utid Jen-
,- Johllhton i.nd .Mi'imn, l N Clem-
,.,h. I.eo Sour Ilex mid lloy I,u I'ri.lr-
le A I) Mortl flint Dorr. Hubert
rilioii uml AuMIn Ciiw
- - -
the vicinity of Keno.
ATLANTIC fITV. June II One' It I not im Ilkelv thnt the mill will
of the giriiii'iit Mrinrlc of the war l operated all of next winter, do
n the trliiiupli of modern medicine j pending entirely on the supply of
In the control of unite Infectious ill-' log.
Hi'iinen but men greater benefit IH
remilt fiom the tact Hint the w.ir
aUo opened I lie e)e of the govern-
meiil. :ib well a the people, to tUn
gient liiiond Hint chronic dl!enis
are making In our iiatlonul econoiuv.
Ir I)nld II Luiau said nt tho all-
mini uieellllg of the N'ntliiliiil Tuber
culol AMnorintion wnicn rnntonmi
h today l)r l.yninu Ih preildent
' '' ubi-ociuuhu
A n result of the ravages of the
Suite public health serviri
he said, iindoiibledly would be fnl
lowed b the estiihtlshltient at W'uali
,i i .. .i , nt i...,.iii. imr.
IflKll'll "I III' 'IM.IMllll l ll'l ' ,
lug equal rank with the other great.
activities of the gnerninent. Instead
of the nation's health being consld-
.n.il of minor luinoriiinro uml caivd
fnr. tin H h at mcHt'iit. at a hIiId Ikhiim
.. it,.. uttnf .Im. .it i itii.ui
(14 UK' lli'linill tn I'Hiiiiiiin
With the rero.ilM showing u.m j
nearly 100.000 men were n.juctvd1
for the milloniil m my. bec.use suf-
, IIM iniwit in ihim'h iiii'.ii" t ....
suspected lubemiloslH.ln'Hiruct to haul log for Puekett :
)(, vmall ,irK,.i greuter cooperation
between public mid private health L. '. Jewel ot i. rants rass. wuo ua
nuthorltles If pieventuble dlsense is'u contriirt to dulier logs to the
not to hiiiiipor the country's develop- Latum Lumber company,
ment during tho reconstruction j This truck bus boon manufactured
yeniH. ' for the past nine years by the Dlniu-
(liivernment officials, ns well as olid T. Motor Car company of Chi
health nulhorltles from every state cago. '
in the union nro hero to discuss plans
for n now nntlon-wldo campaign
agnlnst provenlnblii disease.
Dr. buries J. Hatfield, managing
director of the nntlomil nssoclatlon,
pointed out, that although tuborculo
slH causes lfiO.000 deaths nnnually
111 tills em.ntrj- tho burden of tlio
fight agnlnst tho dlseos was being
homo by voluntary iis8q,clntlons. '
Even their work, ho said. Is greatly ti,0 repeal ot wartime prohibition, lu
linndlcappod by lunilonunte laws, jaol'ur nH It affects light wines and
That tho'Hprend of tuberculosis i,eei'. '
In this country Is duo largely to pa-,
jtientH who trnyol from one plnco toj
mother Booking n magical cllmntoi
that will euro tlinui and who huvo not'ji
uriioinni moaiw to proi-n, """,. oreh,r4, 0UtU qf, Medtord
M,,,,'.!..,., r.loll orchard, sojutb qf, .Medf
themsolyiw, wan anted by . wnc, V j 0 df 4n ftrrM 0,rlt
rorshiiiK. who rend n ,por of In- roK, Ju
.lont Mlcmtory ppu8nuuith'ua. . , ofA!m5nV of Hollolulu
ui...imu.j., n..(l.n. ... -''"
' - "
Joo Posplsnl, who hns boon jn
T-i.Mlnn.l for the .ot to we, Kh
,, 1,. r ...n. I u-ul !.'.. e ,-
..,,.,, . ' I .
FIRST SPUR ON :
mioTiiCKS are i:.v
timusg their i.iimmm; on:.
RATIONS IVIO 'I hi: sV
Yesterday Krotiml whs broken by
Aikley Brother on tin first of tlio
j n.'i work of spur tb.it sir.; to lend '
from lint Strahorn railroad out into
Em tlnil'ur i.nd to reach tho arioiis
ri'Miurri'i of the vant tvrrltni'V to bo
opriH'd up by thin line,
ene the main line about f've miles
thin side of Dairy. nrTd will tap tho
timber in the i'.wiii Lake recoil "Vit-
tiuilly reaching mr.Kt of that formerly
controlled by tho Swan Luke n.ill
,, ttllH ,uti.oned n few -.ir 'Ui.
Much Interest I mnnlfei.ied iv lliu
,.nry r,.H,i,.n:H the developl.-.ent
(lf ,'. Arll1. brother plm.t. H In
,,. , ,. r. ,n (ho cy Pr,or
, ,, ,, MiHM ,.. ,,j,prnte(l
, n on the went Md. of I.lnk rW..-. vit
, thl plnnt was dl
iniilled and p.ir: Of .
It I now lnrorpor.i;ed In Hint of the
, K' In Hindi Manufacturing o.iipiitiv
"he log stipolv for the Acktev mill
Im been lirmi'tbt fiom the K-m tec
,ro"' ",0 "-SlnnlnB. an I rtern-
' "r" """ ,M',n cnrr1'"1 " --" I
'" ' "'"'""" ' "re "CMin.ii.'arranK,. th(Ir affalrs as to on!Mc
1-oi.mnr thev hC decided to .,. , , ,,
......I !..., t ... .. . ....
errltorv now bolri opened up lix tli"
new railroad, nt thr same time eon
t'liuliiK to ndd to tbnlr log nupplj In
ENTERS THIS FIELD
T.i "'bite PeHw Garni;" ha
in i' ''n ii" i fo KlitiiMth ,in 1
I ..'i ini'c- in- ! i, n oi. Mi.rn
,, ..T- ,rurl. r000RI1(z,., as being
,, (f , ,(p notclprs of tho trurk
family T f lluxlev, district mana-
ger foi the Northwest mid Western
twtjii inBuliii itti Tvlntttntli l-illti fii i
'"Itern Union Teiegrapn company, on
i no imxi lew years, not realizing
what a rich field for his business
ftmr. ti an nil It In il.l, nt tlwi itirtitii. I
" - " "" " "- ""-
, , ,
lams, inn no was rorcea to come nere
i .ilmiiiiiiiil 1rkt in tiklvliti tfiA ll
thru the reports of the wonderful do-
""."...i ""' ; "'k - '
ilil.i ihjill.iai tl.a iinlt.i tli.i ntnt.1.1 tin
""" "' "" "' """'" " ! I
heutd have been no exaggera
Already he has sold four
irucK to lio uhwUii llili. counij one
1" the Kirk litinber comiwny. ono to
OulRley and Huberts,
who have n
Hiothers at Chlloiiuln and two to
WASHINCITON, Juno 17, By n
vote of ton to three tho house Ju
dlclnvy committee rofused to adopt
(, motion of Representative Igoe
,iomoprnt, ot Missouri, to recoinmuml
jnjnVoini-ORCHARD IS SOLD.
jJrjponD. .Tuno IS. Tlio Onl;
Vlcbnltltr&' df 42" nerM of fruit and
L'.n VaK'i. ittltilir,. Tl'ciT. n tenaltliv
' llonoltilu . ."II.UIM Vr. Uemv ha
' ' - -lv-v to onoroto
AT THE ACADEMY
SPELLING AMI PENMANSHIP
osti "T will i ik held
mat vi;i:k. ti:um will end
on irid.w ir next vi:i:k
Next week there will be conducted
al the Sacred Heart Academy an old
fashioned spelling bee, In which tho
, pupil will participate. Special prize
j(j)nK o(((iri;(l ()). Father Mar9i,aU
who Is keenly Interested In the eou
tent, which will be one Ions to be
remembered to thono participating
In addition to the spoiling contest,
there In also to be one In penmansnip.
Thin In one of the branches to wtilch
the Hamo careful attention Is given
In the Academy today as was gtrcn
In the dnys gone by. when to be a
Reed penman was a mark of distinc
tion A modified form of the Spcn
eerlan nvstem of penmanship Is
taught In the Academy, the vertical j
method being taboo, and the result is
that the children have made wonnej-
ful nrocres In the acoulrement of
.,,, ,. ,r,,Ml tviem (hrealened
, ,. ,ncl ' , , ' ,hlu rmln,rv. I
These contests will take place at '
the Academy next Thursday and the i
nubile is Invited to attend The hours .
wl ,. nllIlounC(, , tlmo to pi.rmlt
of tho,e desiring to bo present to so.
The Academy will close tho year on
Friday of next week. The sNters
lengthened the dally sessions nearly
an hour and continued the term '""" i
one month so as to enable the puplli;
to make their grades. This the child- ,,,, that tlleTO ls something else be
ren will do and none of the subjec,t 's(,ies WOrms eating her garden. That
will be carried over until next year. inla Is H c Lorni wno resides just
The customary exercise will ho held oa!,t of Ruck Island. About as fast as
but owing to the desire of the sisters
not to divert the attention of the
children In the slightest decree from
the object In view, the making of the
grades, no special program hns been
prepared for this year.
WESTERN UNION MAN
WEDS EUGENE BRIDE
EUGENE. June IS. Announce -
meut today of the marriage of Don
Jimp 10 ramp as a RUrpr,0 to the
rHpms of ,he young couple. Mr. Held-
. .. ..
inf. j,lno ii for Klamatli tats.
,...., - - - . - - -
,,nrn ,, ,,. nr-fo,i i10 mnnnire.
ment ot tile eastern union ottice.
Mrs. Deldlng will be operator there.
' i leaving here within a few days. Mr.
'lleldlng was employed In the Eugene
offlco of the telegraph company on
pnrt tlmo for three years, helping to
pay for his university training. He
spent nine months In France, return-
,M(, ,0 EK0Ile inst February.
He is one of tho honor students of
tills year's graduating clnss. His
bride hns been an employee In the Kit-
gene office of the Western Union for
the past two years. Mr. Holding was
registered at the untvorsitv from
Grants Pass, while Mrs. Heldlng bas'cnslon will be furnished by the Peer-
made her home In Eugene.
DOWN SCHOOL BUDGET
MEDFORD. Juno V . Tlio school.
budgot was overwhelmingly defeat-'
ed horn ot yesterday's oloction A
citizen's commlttco will confer with
tlio school board on a now budget to
bo voted on at another special elec
Ootporal Wolby Vangh and
nuby R. Sullivan were married in
tbjs city yflatorday by Judge. Chap
man. Corporal Vnugh Is in tho ro
Kular nrjny located at Honolulu and
la Uoro on a furlough'. Ho intends to
toko lila bitdo to Honolulu soon.' This
is tlio third soldier boy that hns boon
mrti'iletl within the list thivo divs
n' w'.f'i thv i ' '.i comt'if f'oni
, ii1 ri r br 1e Ir '.ito .w If
l.no ') i ., (n 1 u fid
J PORTLAND AFTER 1920
U. S. CHAMBER MEET
PORTLAND, June 18 Portland
Is seeking tbe 1920 convention of the
t'nltcd States Chamber of Commerce.
Local delegates who attended the re
cent convention of the United States
chamber In St. Louis arc enthusias
tic over the prospects and at the
meeting of the board of directors of
the local chamber yesterday recom
mended that efforts should be made
to land the big gathering for Port
land. Han Francisco will be tho meet
ing place for the 7th annual foreign
trade convention. The annual gath
ering of the United States Chamber
of Commerce will bo held about the
same time. Many of the delegates to
each will desire to attend both and
It Is believed that If tho United States
chamber should meet the week before
or a week following the San Francis
co convention and In Portland, there
would be a much larger attendance
at the two big trade meetings. The
proposition will be given attention by
the local chamber, and It appears
Ilkelv that the board of managers of
the United States chamber will he In
vited to hold the 1920 convention In
MUS. If. ('. LOHI TRAPS
A'ARMIXT AFTER TIRING
HIS DESTRUCTION OF
Thpre ,s one man in Klamath
county who will listen to his wife In
,.. .-., psnpelallv when she tells
',He vegetables in the garden, which!
ts the pride of Mrs. Lord, would.
make thei rappearance. they would
, l0 eaten by some agency during the
'night. Mr. Lord said werms: Mrs.
Lord said a varmint, and wanted her
liege lord to set a trap, but Mr. Lord
,forts t0 sprinkling poisoned pow-
dcrs for Mr- Worm- TlrInE ot the
j damage that continued nightly, Mrs.
! Lord took matters in her own hands
, and set a trap .and the next morning
tho cat "we" caught, but he Is ore
fill not to say "we" In the hearing of
one certain party.
DANfE FRIDAY EVENING
what ,)romIses t0 be one of the
most enjoyable dances of the seasou
wu )Q gtve,i Friday evening in the
Mooso Hall. The tickets will be fif
ty cents and speciul chaperones will
be provided for the occasion. One ot
the features of tho evening will be
tho serving of refreshments, special
nronarations for which are under
way. For those who do not care to
j dance, cards will bo provided, thus
breaking tho usual monotony for
thoso who prefer other means of en
j tertalnment. The music for the oc
ALL TROOPS ARE
BACK FROM MEXICO
KIi rAS0, Juno 17. All American
lroops are back on the American
side. Tho officers belie vo that tho
punitivu expedition will havo a
wholesomo effect on th,o rebels who
havo been sniping Into El Paso. Many
Villlstis wore killed and wounded and
sonvo prisoners were taken by the
Americans. Every effort was mndo
to warn Americans In tho interior of
Mexico -in caso.,VUla starts nn. anti-
SPLIT ON TREATY,
" 'LONDON, June 17. Savan' iueni-1
bers of the Garnvm cabinet are in fa
vor ot signing tin amended penco
- l T'l 'l ' ' e 'V " ,f
lJ C u . O b
E ED L EOGH
Allied Forces May Resume
HUNS CONSIDER REPLY
Cabinet Will Lay Terms before Gen
eral Assembly Today. Cabtaet SUi
Unanimous Against Signing Peace
Treaty. Americans Keady to March
Dateless Dispatch by Associated
Press A Wiemar dispatch says that
the sentiment of the German cabinet
is almost unanimous against signing
the treaty. Official Germany has not
yet definitely committed itself. It la
expected that the cabinet will lay tha
terms before the National Assembly
Meantime General Foch has order
ed preparations for an advance east
ward from occupied bridgeheads. Th
American forces are ready.
GARBAGE DEMURRER ARGUED.
A demurrer filed in the cas
brought by the city to enforce tha
provisions of the garbage ordinance,
was argued yesterday afternoon be
fore Judge Leavitt by City Attorney
Carnahan, representing the city, and
W.H. A. Rqnner, representing Fred.
Grennon. Mr. Grennon contends tnat
he had a contract that could not ba
affected by the ordinance. Judge
Leavitt has the case under advise
ment A voluminous answer was today
filed In the famous courthouse casa
by the attorneys representing tha
county court. It consists of ninety
two pages of typewritten manuscript
and covers every potnt thoroughly.
The filing of this answer brings tha
trial of the case on its merits within
the realm ot an early probability,
when a final decision of tho lower
court may be rendered.
40(1 ACCIDENTS REPORTED.
SALEM. Or., June IS. Two fatal
accidents from a total of 460 were re
ported to the Industrial accldeut com
mission for the past week. The 2
fatalities were Albert Foege. a log
ger of Newport and H. L. Owen, an.
engineer of Newberg.
Of the 460 accidents reported dur
ing the week, 449 were subject to tha
provisions of the workmen's compen
sation act. Two were from firm
which have rejected the compensa
tion act and from public utility cor
porations not subject to Its provi
sions. .MISS FERN HOURS
Miss Fern Hohbs, formerly secre
tary to Governor Oswald West, has
been appointed chief ot tho home
communication sectioifrof tho Ameri
can Red Cross In France, according to
tho Rodross bulletin of Paris under
date of May 17. Miss Hobbs entered
tho Red Cross service last summer.
HACK FROM UNTVERSITV.
Tho JUsfos Clara CalUIns and Mar
Jorie Del-'oll returned lasLnlght from
I tho University. nt Eugene; Miss ,Cal-
rtrti"i n nnorinn
wlitr'tlio'' City 'and Cou
- j 4 i