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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1919)
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OFFICIAL PAPER or
Thirteenth Year No. 3,052
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1919
Price, Five Cents
MILLIONS FOR .
COMPLETION OF :
! THIS PROJECT-
Vice-President Signing Suffrage Resolution
0 HE 6 EX
lt(..SI..ll).S Ullosl. MO IK) Is
"A .MAS l, III; DON N, (
ill "s i; i. k oi r," .sis i on
Bill Is Favorably Reported
In the United States
l.nrtliiii: u In ri'iuiiMfxB fur tin
lloiui' HiTtini CaiiiimiKii "f Tln Kill-
.iln;ii A I In III Omi-iiii lii hi' inn
lill'll'll lllllll'l' till- HtlHlll I'll uf (III-
'okbuii Sl.Hn l;lkn A .ii( liilli.li 'I'll.'
illl.n iMold In iKiiii.iiuu of which IU1"
l..iir ur l-.i,'"n, i i. ial.-i"i In
WILL FINISH ALL WORK MiH'muni-li r.n.iiiv ..n.l I'l.rlliiml
Tho mono)' which Oregon In anked
i III li ill K.llllill lull H III lid
ijni. Mllll Sewn lluiiilml lli.iti. Xltcil 0x,uslv(iy In thu'uorl; of the
mill lliillnr l I" I!"' s,l Alili- for mi;uiiu.iil.i in t lilt. Mule "I In- anus
I'littlng Ill" riliMiliiK Ttiiuliei n mil tt'iUi-Htlug liny money for II-,
Tmirhri mi HrrUliul-ig-Lnuil Near Bt,jfi ut ,,ituail, t Booking to olilnln '
llrro. j kiifflrlviil fund In this oim ilrUu to j
jrnnlili. H to mirrii Immunity f'T one '
I inr without making Continual noil-
Tli Herald In In receipt of the fol
IowIiik telegram from Fulled Su.Ua
"Tho committee on Irrigation of
the aumit" hnn loiln favorably i.i
potli'il a hill carrying an appropria
tion of fifty million dollar. This
woniiy In to bo usml for (he com pil
lion of Irrigation projects recotn-
cllutlon upon lli public for fuuils
owiry few months.
Uiery porson has hoard tho story
uf Tim Siilvutlon Army In Franco,
whore It served In tho front Hnn areas
iglng comforts of homo to tho Am
erican doughboys. It In thlN service
that linn fortiNi'il tin' pilbllr ' upon
the orgaultatlnu anil which linn ealis
'il Imtulry Into the punt efforls of thin
mtndoil b)' Secretary of tlm Interior body of CliiUtlnn iiiimi mill women.
Lm. Tho Klomnth projort In liiclml. Tl tl,lt,irv in oHtnbllshed tho
illn tho hill, tlm mini specified for It (nr, ,n, for ninny years pant. Urn
being two million, seven hundred Snl tttliirt Army ha operated In tho
thoumml dollars "
If UiIn iiii'untirn painiKN
thli luw for tlm Klnmath project., lu, ,(,,n shunned by tint remainder
and thu coiniullleu,n favorable tv-t toddy. ItH motto "A man may ho
csiatm-mlntlnn In almost sure to bi',oMi, but he's novor out" Iiiim won
arcvpit'd by Ihu Senate. It will ni"nn(fr The Sahatlon Army tho approb
thc filial completion of till project, atlon of tlm Kt'imral public and every
Originally thu lloctninatlon Scrvlcn' hullrutlon points to a largo over-sub-
L $( ' & Mm1
MAKIS A WHIItliWIXI) FINISH
THAT XKTS HIM OVKK THUEK
HI'NDItKIJ AND FIFTV THOUH
clined Towards Acceptance.
BERLIN IS RESIGNED.
After maklnc a whirlwind trip
through this county buying wool,: Majority Socialists Are In-
. Frank IUckey left this morning for
Hond where ho goes to repeat tho
jsam tactics ho followed hero. Tho
; result of his visit here was tho pur-
' rhaso of over 350,000 pounds of
1 wool, for which ho paid fifty cents a
pound Practically every clip In this
territory was purchased by the wool
men, with the prices ranging from 43
'cents to 53 cents per pound. The top
price was paid, It is understood, to.
Ilex Bord. Itlckey Is buying for Else-i
man & company of Boston, the local
representative being Dan Godsll.
The results this year have been
very satisfactory to tho sheepmen.!
Tributary to this shipping point'
London Newspapers Declare tlia tha
Grand Fleet Is Ready to Procacl
to German Waters anil British
Dirigibles Arc Already Near tho
Dateless Dispatch by the Associat
ed Press The tfimn feeling to-
there Is 650,000 pounds of wool, val- W!,ei the peace treaty' tppeaw 'o t
ucd at about three million dollars. ., ,Jt,n file pe&e. (irdegatlon Is ren-
j This is new money and under pres- reSented as decidedly oppose'd to,ac-
,ent conditions It will continue to ceptance of the terms. Latest dls-
I j.onie In year after -ear. for the reas- patches reflect a different view
on the source of supply Is still here." p0nt Tho majority socialists, tha
ThlN photograph shows Vlco Prcsi- prefldent Is Senator, Watson, chair- The growth of the sheep industry (omnant political force In Germany,
dent Thomas It Marshall signing tho ""n of the Suffrage Committee. The "as bn so rapid In this county that thp ropubuc 3 declared to he nioro
Hodio passed tho same resolution in 1L" i'--i-- -- .. .........-. ..... favorably Incllnea towards tne treaty
woman HUffrugo resolution recently
paNM'd b ytln! S-nate by a vote of 5C
lo 25 .To the left Is Miss Helen Gar-
thu opening days of tho present ses
sion,, ho that ratification by three-
' .. .. . ... .....I ....... lllll.l n.lll .11. ...!. I...I.I...I .1... ..Ima ,....11 I.. .t.A ..!. An..H.v
trolli IIU'' ireluneH in vico aim i"i..ii- ....... ...... 'un..u; ..uumu iiiu iu-j4uwiitw 111 iiiu vuiui; iuuuu;.
rnrryltiK (yi iiringiiiK cnmfortH to thou" who "
and it is only when concrete re- at flr3t The clerlcais and democratic
suits similar to those secured of ,he ,eft wing are swngnB fn tha
fourths of tho states will make It et- tnru.me saio oi me wooi it me .au game dlrectIoni The people of Berlin
- Drougnt nome mat Kiamam coumj afe reported to be resigned to tha
jhas a most valuable asset in the flltllre. wishing only to see the treaty
- bheepmen. Add to this three million 3jgne(1 ,
dollars the value or tne lamns. ann
It will be readily seen that It Is going
to be a big source of wealth. '
arising out of the
that for a time
The neonle of the citv nreaic,,e" lo onnB uuoul " urcai"1
lilt ptopit- UI Hie UtJ botw.. tho cattIe atui sheepmen.
spp. . ..... ... . .... ..-
mNnriN PHI I irFMPISI" al'e 'en(nlff a nalU at 'S SUl'e to mae the project creation of the grazing reserve.
LONDON FULUbMI-IN a success jd gjve t0 this COUIlty a record that Will be When this is accomplished and the
LONDON. June IS Purest among complete (lOWll to the Smallest detail. This is all that The owners of the sheep purchase
fi.mi.iian hoIiHith in Kngiand. dim to Herald asks, ana tne progress so tar macie is suincient -"." """"' "-" -
. response to our appeal foitthe pictures and records, -T'!,iljff'cult,3s,
e boys who offered their a5toefensil!T .
-i. . . . .. - ..-" z . nn Ati mi fT"l 1
ioiu in p.H)iio tiiui it was going to ..caption in tim forthcoming drive ( country has been most gratifying:. The people of the c
cu. 2t.oooo ucr. ThiN figure, d t indicating a spirit that is good to s
fcu bn trimmed from yvar to year p ANAniANS ASSAULT , mt ilj: i i fui. :i i i u . ;
.nul .' bu been reduced over 100 -000
ncriii Fiuler pieHimt plans, If tlm
apjirupriatlon seciriceil In tho sen
atit mramirn licromen nvallblo. the
atrraco In 1 1. fh.ll....l i.mi..rt win' ,. ,.r i,,., i i. ..r, ! !, ,n o..rt ;., f n-nf i.iof -i..l,of i.m lnB- tlle Industry will lw placed on a
U M3.000 ucr,.s This wllj lnc.udo ward salllngN culminated In an at- are askinp fo Ml, A. C Leslei. is maklnjr a complete ' TLiW e-tlmatei" from,
.' .":..'; "n n Ty, '!r"J '"ek "y ","" ,,,",;,r,," ,CarlT n, canvass of the citv. and he is very much gratified with the e r to v a !
ret Ungell alley. Horsefly. Rhus- Conuiii o Ice kukIoii today Several "' ' " ." . . . J .....ij !,.,. i.--"-
U View ,b.. marsh lands, and eM-ry ,,0,,,,.,,,'.. were wounded dnrlng the COfdial reception he IS receiving. We WOUld, however, Tho largest single shipment of
IMbr elm, outNlde of certain lands encounter Tho puropso of tlm sol- Ul0 tllOSC WllO Call do SO to bring to the HoilOf Roll head wool ever made from this city was
bordering on tlm Upper tu. Tlm .Hers was to release a Canadian, who quarters, Sixth ami Main Streets, the photographs and 8ent olIt toda' from tue Martin
ran,.. ..,. win ..., nmp.o o com- ha,, be..,, arrested. sve us a g,.eat deal of time. It,is impossible for Mr. Les- llihl rtr'SSo ponuda3ni
Pl.lly finish tho project. .Irnliu..1 I fnH fft cnofi mnrn flmn n fpw hmirs .1 flav Oil the CailVaSS "T h,p.Pe,....r,0.?. F?"".3:1
.l all. and will open up for soldier! MICDCPRCCFNTATinN "" , a "1"" " 'T. I 1 " " ' .' VmuA AA ,t fl,a ln,s rePresenls yract.cauy ,.
.. . . iiHUHui .u.. .. tt nnn ns wg are aii.xiuiis iu utitm:i ui "ic ua" nccuv.u w wit- in caSH.
AND DISTORTION. 0i;ftef ,nooiMo Hnfo wp wnnr von tn heln us out as much,
. UI llt.Cli yw.w vi-.w, .. .. - 4-
In the meantime exciting rumors
are bclngpYlnted tn London news
papers to the effect that the British
grand fleet Is ready to sail for Gr
mafljraters on short notice-and'that-British
dirigibles are already near
the German coast. If not over Ger
AT i NOW
Mttlement lands that will b.t eijual to
the best to bti found anywhern elso In
IRE 110 JS
tor .McCiimhor of North
i9. sena- as you can.
Dakota do-1 Some of the bbvs have been a little bashful about fur-
iiiired in tim sunutu today that op- .-.tcUinn- fhoii mVtiirps. seekintr. rather, to remain in the
jpomMit.. (, ihu i'ugiu. f -tNull0Urf background. While this is a laudable characteristic
CT N M
I...V.. conrtuftci u caupiug. ocni..- . cjrcumstances, this is one instance when the boys K H1K
reprosiuuhlfo,? and dlsortou lo S..,01., M ' of havfr their record ill this DUIHID
I HIl II l 10 Clltenaill Oliere lllllll 11 Mto- "" ,," ,, L lU. -l..n Pirmnr i.nnni.H
, , .i Hnnnr Rn as thev were to iom the colors, hvery recout
,,..1.. ii.in roiintrv ,-c o-nino-tn hn included m this nubhcation, anyway, and iak
TOl'ltlSTS AI.KKADY MAKING VSE
OF GIUH'XDS OX SPKIXG sr.
XKAU HATH HOUSK. MANY
UV PltKOAVTIOX IS BKING
TAKKX 1IY THU POI.ICK TIIHf-
'. .,i ..;nn- r.n.mifi'iitinn tn enable us to have it
WU .lie uiuj i.B'fe -" "f" " TV Tf c An tw IT THU CO I TK TO 1IA1.K
absolutely accurate as well as complete. Let us do foi - u u s
.. i i- i ii. i . l..m Innn frw iic lirtini rliom tni'
ItN ff ft m:.H llON..A
"'runs pi m'pim. toh.w.i
M KillllOltS .( lto,s It lit !
WILL STIItT IIIIIK.ATIO.N MIO.N ,
MEDFORD TO tRY AND q bovs wjiat the bovs have done for us honor them for
PASS SCHOOL BUDGET all tim0 as they honored us by offering their lives in our
MUDFOHI). Juno 1!
Witter was turned for the first
tlmo today on tlm ranch of If
'J Un Just below llonaiizn .Mr I.Mle
hl1 Installed ii pumping plant on
Lost niver near his property nml has
,,0'n his last dry fanning, ns have
taost of Ills iiolghbnrH In Hint district.
'loss Siillon mid threo of his nelgh
''fs Juki nrrnss tlm rlvor expecl to
'Tn water on, eight huinlrod nioio
ncres within tlm next weolc. Nonrly, nil
"" Inml around (ho town of Ilnnnna
hlfh two yoars ngo wns without n
ilrop nf wntnr Is now covered by
1'umnlni; plant projects of vnrlous
The fnrmora.linvollscnverpd that
fflKnllon Is tho only suro wny to
f'rm In this country, ospoclnlly when
'horo Is nmplo water to bo had and
"if coat of gottlng It on tho loud very
Wlion tho high prlcos for water
ld to bo put on lands far Inferior to
'noso of Klamath Qounty. In many
Wac nro considered It seems strango
,ht this rich district has not been
toveloped years ago.
INVASION OF MEXICO '
a tl ncrn IMPinCWT inon ll'llltKM l'Olt
M tLUJCU 1111I-L.1 i ...."..
WASHINGTON, Juno 111 In ii
'slntomeiit Issued todny by Geuorul
i Agulliir, Carrnnya's confidential Am-
i hiiHsiidnr. ho said "Tho Mexican Gor-,
lornment consldors ns closed tho In-
cldont brought about by tlm crossing
of American troops Into .Moucun tor-
ATLANTIC CITY. Juno 19
a resolution asking President
VISITS HULGIUM. 44sss4hOs4ss
'ADINKRniCR. BolRllllU JllUrt 19 I '
Tho I'rnaldoiit nnd Mrs. Wilson nn,l'n A YLIGHT SAVING
Party nrrlvod horo from Paris yostor-j ,, Al dacccc 141
day nnd wnro nmt by King Albert nnd
Queon Kllraboth. They loft by motor
for tho Bolglum front.
The first warm days after the re
ent cold snap have brought the tour
sts in large numbers and the city
I has been taking active steps to put
the new camp grounds near the Hot
Springs Bath House In order, for tha
Free wood, water, proper plumb
ing nnd conveniences for cooking
are being installed and the visitors
will have the best kind of a place In
which to camp while, they remain la
tho city. Although the spot which has
been taken oer this year Is consid
erably larger than either of the oth
er two before used for this purpose
here, It is very probable that It will
be taxed to tho limit by the Increas
The comparative Isolation of
Klnmath county in the past, ha
alone been responsible for the Tact
that tho tourists have not simply
flooded tho county during the sum
mer months and It Is only be be ex
pected that sections which have scen
ic attractions to exploit should have
mado all efforts to bring visitors via
other routes as most other sections
aro u bort of rinti-Ulm.ix to those
who have seen Klamnth. Little by
little, how-over tho county has been
discovered until now It U routed by
somo of tho largo automobile nsso-
still considered serious. Brest hns "i. nmt otnor points on uis way clatlon3 ns tn0 maIll thorofaro north
been declared ''out of Bounds" for , "ro. It Is needless to say ho is Blndnml smltll.
WASHINGTON". June 19 Furth-
I'lm school defense. , . ,. , " bomb outrages, expected by Will-
l.oa.,1 will piesent tho same budget Let US llOHOr tllOSe WHO gave UI uieii uiu .urn hiu ... .am o. riiiin. oi uuiu
at tho special election to be held on the effort to keep a SOlUl SlippOlt back Of the hlds While vestlgation of department justice.
July 10th. The .o.t.rs defeated this J YQ j the VailkS. Klamath COUnty did nobly every today that every precaution
"' ' ", , , ... makinff of it an mt estrucuuie recum uu iu.m bci-
a lack of infornm ion. The biuril will 11 .aKinfc OI a the
conduct a publicity campaign. 11011b HUiy M-c muii. h v- i
FRENCH SAILORS TRY
TO FREE COMRADES (
IIUKST, June 19 Two hundred1
Frencli sailors, carrying a red tlag.l
attempted to enter tlm naval Jail yos-
i Ho said thnt all recent bomb out
I rages have been connected with and
'wore Inspired by the purely radical
clement ,all of which have virtually
CAPI'AIX XIXK GICTS IIOMK.
Captain Marion Nine, who has
1 ...I.I. .1 on... I--....I.. .... I..
. 4..-... .- ,... a t..,in. t riupnn Riinut linnrlsonoil '" """ i"" -"i" misiiicia '
wiikiui lniuiuiiiuiuiy it iuii.w.w k..... .' .'.w .
Post.mster General nurlcaon sallopi, Tho attempt failed. Thoroj rrai.ee. arrived hero last night from
from his Office was adopted un- were- ho casualties. Tho Imprisoned San Francisco, making tho trip in his
ml ously by tho American tod- sailors wro from tho French battle- auto. Tho Captain was discharged on
unlmousij U) uio -vniuwi. ,.,.,., ,i,.J tho 1 lth. and left for Klamath Falls
..rnllnn la lOr It COllVOnllOn SIU1I. J UHlltu, llll.ll . i o ' " "i
Black Sea recently. Tho situation is' almost immediately, stopping at
the Amorlca'u soldiers and sailors.
GOOD NKWS HKCKIVKD.
County' Clork 0. It. DoLap today
received news that his oldest son, T.
H, DoLap, who has been overseas for
nearly two yoars, had arrived safely
In Now York.
REPEAL PASSES HOUSE. MAN RELEASED ON
sVV ASSAULT. ClARGt
ilA; Davidson, who has been on
trial' 0$ a ehargo of assault and liat
tery'Vt the Circuit Court hero, has
beerifound not guilty and tho ease
agalnshim dismissed. This caso on
eludes the docket of the present calender.,.
WASHINGTON, Juno 19. Tho
bill to ropoal tho daylight saving on
tho last Sunday lu October was pass
oil by the Houso and now goes to tho
Senate. The Senate recoutly passed a
similar provision ns a rider on the
to bo back home again.
WEIMAR, Juno 19. Fifty Sparta
can Communist prisoners, recently
released from Jail attacked the castle
whoro members of the government
Hvo shortly aftor midnight this
morning. They were repulsed by the
Lone guard, who stood by his mach-
' lue gun until the mob retreated.
Aftor this has beon started for a
few months tho advertising done by
tho visitors thcnisolvos will be suf
ficient to bring Klamath to the very
front as a scenic section and its fu
ture In this respect established.
Edward Voting, a rancher of tho
Poe Valley district, was one of yes
terday's county seat visitors.