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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1919)
. IAI. IMPKIl or
OFFICIAL PAPEB Of
Thirteenth Year No. 3,G51
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919
Price, Five Cent
W& iEtt jpnfttg
Enemy Will Try All Other
Prrwun" I'IwmI for Ailmllim t.i i
Ix-sgue of Nation- Limit of Hun-
drrd llllllnn Marko Indemnity mnl
I Ni.n-Hurrrntlc mf Kx-Klrr Kb-
rrt iii . .... m
..-. k . ...... .
latle Hlnpiilrli by Annoi'lille I
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Vcure trenly. II Is becoinlliK apimrent
IhX the (lermiin. do nol l.ilen.l m
w.kii Ihelr uttUtidi. ifflilully Kih.mii
ultluuil an effort In oliliilu inoillfliii-
tlonn in tenon They uuiil lo lino
definitely tthut Ilie are nlgnlug inn'
hap linkeil the pence collfereiire ,f
the termi. nf covering mite Ilia) ti"
C(inliered im pant purl of ilocliitienl
llfplf They llUd itnkeil If the Alll'-s
xnuiil udiult ! rnititiy liiinieillni l)
to the l.eugiie of Nmliiiiii. I.luilt (i.-r
muti) Indemnity in n hundred llll
llnn ciitit marks and strike out the
rtiiiiri'iiieul fur Ihe Htirieinler nf
(gt.. i r Kitipenir Wllllelin The Cab
'net a. million In Mill lulled Advlos
to luitlrnlc th.it I'M-fldum Kbert
x. Ill r.tuln hii. office til least for tile
KrihircT seems ante n pllli e 111
111" (.'"eminent nml Is likely lo h ,
html nl Ihe I'enre delegation. Illls-
law .oske. Iir l.'ilwiird I a Id mid l
'err Mueller have been inetitlone I ,
for l'-euiler Krunrlern Nlltl hu been
utkrd to form a new Itnlluu cnbltiet
He resigned last January after ill T-
(crrlires with I'reemler Orlando He,
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In supposed lo favor a cnuipriinils i
with the Jugu Slavs nu the Adrlat;
MKK MM'NTV MAN IS CAITl !
M WITH -WW OCAHIS III-
WHIHKKY IN HIS POSSKSSION
Willi the evident ltitolitli.il nf go
ing Into the bootlegging game on n
hnlesnli! scale, or desiring to '
tome proprietor of a moving distill
ery or whiskey warehouse John l.'
overstepped the bounds of dlscrellim
nml landed In the hands of the Sher
iff of l.itkn county this week. When
riitglit ho hml 4N2 quarts of whisKey
In the tonnoau of his machine, milk
ing this Dm biggest catch of the kitu'
since Oregon shed Us wet n'iriiiRiiii
"in) dunned dry togs, llu was take-i
l'i'fiiru Ihn I'nltinl Status ConiinlH-ilon-r
.it Lnkevlnw, and Unit olllcinl
I'l'Uinl him oviir to await Uw action
"f tint Kodoral granil Jury In I'an
Inml He was Inkim to that My lhl
"oriilng, and with him all of Uto
Ml'l'.l.ey found In hl.i posMDHalon
PPLY FOR YOUR
A romparatlvoly fnvv .ivoptniy
, invierf tiro iivnlllng Uinnisotvnl of
I'e Inslallment plan of imviJ'.T '-r
their slroot puvlng. Th last duy on
vlilch (hoy can do ho Ih July 74 Tito
' Tnllcn Judgo has no authority lo ox
tfiul Ihn ditto of filing npllcntlmiH. bo
'nil that tltno, and If you have-'not
mode your application you will liavo
1j ln for nil of your pavliiK In ono
Jump sum und Immodlately following
1lio completion of tho work. This Is
matter that will require conHfiler
olo attention and If It Is put off un
'til tho last day there In a possibility
'nf the Police Judgo being unnhlo to
care for all of the application, and
those remaining unfiled cannot be nc
'e)ted on tho noil day.
,Vrr wniio imnii i tHTiiHiu urn, who in a loniHir iruifiiiior t laio uni
WX I. d.clure.1 cn,,u.n(!l.ve.,y and a Kraduate of tho Un-
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nirongly In favor of xlRiiliiRth. Ivemlly of ( iillfornla. will drive
AIRMEN TO DIVIDE
BIG PRIZE MONEY
I UNION .e 'J I Tli, $
pne awarded Hit' iii- nf In- Vn I.
im Vim iiernplniii- In ti Lundim
Ibilll M II 1 1 fur being tin llrst In cross
the Alliuilli' II 1m nil it Ht oi. will In
liuiiili'il lo Cnpl Aliurk. illol or llii'
truiiNiiiliintlr liner, h ii Iiiiii Ih-uii hi
jtlin lintel Hnvny Frldnv iiniiii Off
icials nf (In- nil ministry mill men
IT Inciii In iivliillnii will hn prim.
I ll In uutlerstni.il here t tin t Alioi-k
ami Lieut Drown, hi navigator.
iirriiuged to tin lilx tint prize
"l""") Ap,,,,i r-.-iviiiK tiihiriiH
mill llri.ivn one-third
(Ml. THACi: STI'IMKII
WAKIIINOTON. Juno 29 - All
eiiNl.trii llriti'im ulll I... ......Ii...! l.. .1...
nml few mouths by Dr John llii-
waldii, HiirkltiK under the direction of
jlllii I'lllled HlaleM KeoloKlral mirve).
lllh a lew of lorntltiK Inillrn'loii of
oil nml Kim diipiiHllM Dr Illlwaliln.
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over (he eiiHlern part of the .tnte.
making n f .he geological form-
Moi. nml examliilng ..It reported oil
anil gun IiiiIIciiIIoiih
Tim sin f Oregon Hlinre ioltuly
ll tli" feileral government the cost
of the work
H.W.I M lutie
""'"" thn Oregi ..bit.
service cnminls dun lis a
) prntecllve assoelntlnii." coupled ultti
ii iletiiuuit that Its liiemliers be re
culled fur grnss luefflrlenr) , fealur-
led a meeting of tin; Snleiii cltv couii-
i ell .Moudiiy night.
Tills alliirk llgllllist the cnmnils-
slnn I...1 in- Aldermen u..ii .....i
. Viiintervort. came us ii result of u re
I cent i-iiiiiIIiIshIoii order III which the
,'ltfc iilfllnl Ik i.r.i tiiir..l fur .ill, it. .l
bully in enforcing speed ordinances.
'The cltv recently filed a complaint
vi lib Hie commission deuili'ldl'P- Hml
the Southern I'nclllc company bo to
' i ill ri-.l to plain warning signals on
N'nrlh Capitol street, where the west
i nldn Southern 1'nclflc trucks crins
i the street The commission denied
Ibis application, with the assertion .
I that enforcement of the speed laws
was more needed than signal boards. '
Alderman Wnlst declared tho com-
imIssIoii'n order n mnst vlnlnnt dtstnr. '
,,m of f.icts and declared tho pres
,,( i,p.rprliili! limn for Uso of.
, ror I
"It should bn railed Ihe Railroad
1'rotoctlve association rather than
Uiu Public Service commlsslnu," said
AT ASHLAND SOON
ASHLAND, Junn 21. An Inilnr-
.loiiom I mtt limn I Christian ciinforeucn
I for girls will be hold in Chiiutiiii'i.ta
park, beginning July M Clrls IT.
years of age und older will be nllg
11. Id. Tents anil chiiperones will bo
provided. Clnsses In liiinin and for
eign illusions und Suuiliiy School
work will ho given dully. Tlie after
noons will be given over to limnls,
swimming, walks mid nil mminer of
outdoor sports. The session will con
titiuti thru the week of Chautauqua,
which begins July 1 S . An effort to
make this a permanent camp feature
for girls of the lloguo River valley
will bn made.
OF EARLY VOTE
WASHINGTON, June 20.- Thoto
n.ro growing Indications hero today
thut thn opponents or the league of j
nations may abandon all effort to I
force a test voto In the sennlo be
fore the (lormans'act on tho peuco
troay. All hope of bringing a roll
call ou tho Knox resolution has
been virtually abandoned.
OIVAN 11UVS BIOHK CATT1.K.
.1, N 01 van bus roturnod from Fort
Klnmnth, where he has been for sov-
eml days buying cattle.
Tlllllll CHOI T Till-. N TIO"
i.i'iniiT is '; iti: maim:
'MI am. viim:nt.s
I.mI Ii) the lallio.id of tin' coun
li, next week In to lie devoted n
mi rioii in picvcnt any accidents
uiri I UK fiiim nil) cause whatever.
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iipp Mii-ii to in maice n special etrori
lo iivoiii i-iuelesmiesH, and In this
wmk an appeal In sent out asking for
""' "'"l" tl"n of every citizen In
the I'lilleit Hi a I en. The preacliciH are
nxki'il to lefer lo II from their pul
plln. the Hoy Hcoiiln ale enllHted In
the 1 .mip.ilKii mid all school chll-
dren IliKifar as thev run lie reached
uriii, nifonir iib uii cun ne nariiid.
me uvki-il in len.i their iihsIhiiiici- in.
uie arm i in 11 ii.t wieir assisi.uice ne
U .1 I llH lit II If I ft i II II UltffC
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KrowlllK rar..eM1.ess among
,,,.,., Uml ,,.,., ,. womll.r ,low
Heilnus accldenls have been avoided,
Mke the muffler orilliiiinre. the hpood '
s should be eufoiceii llu tl ie
In prevent iirclilelils Is before they
happen, unit a peisou who forgets the
i Igbls of others to the extent of drlv-
lug ill n high nite of speed oi leaving
bis muffler open, should be given
mi i iti..iileriitlou by officials. ,
Help iiialie the no accident week a
iinc.iw. tii f'ii nu It 1 ! tifi t ti njitlTttf 11 '
i r. I w 1 nil lllllllllllM .Klttliy -
i tririiM). nml while you are dolnc
l.eii. iliul uiilfflei ilosed mi jour
SIMtlOl S ijPKII TloX.
j Mrs. Nellie Ceerlsnn. wife of I.. ' '
. CeertMiii. who pis a ninth at Stu K"l
iliililge, died at the Klamath (ienenil
""'''""" ""I "'""' uinewur: nil n-'-
riitlon for Intestinal obstruction. The
remains will be taken to Idaho for
.Mrs Ceertsun was forty nine years
old and she leaves, besides her '.us
eleven, who have the s) inp.ithy of
their inuny friends
VISITS OI.II .SCHOOL .MATi:.
Wllllmu tiray. an old tlnte friend
""d schoolmate of J A. Houston h.ts i
slopped while on an auto tour of the
f oast to visit for a short time at the
Houston liouin near tm.s city nun uiu
twn lilotiils ire lmving the best Mm'. 1
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.of u visit together
From l.eft to Right Kill McCoy,
rfM . ,, , , ' r "
, '"B w"? I campaign I. no ov,r in the wale. The Tuscnla
'" l"' lonflned l lhn rallroadH, but had been dodging nearly all tliat af-
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pa Tillllftj .'Jul' JKyTiiliP Ji.ijuCBJII vtAiKII
Jim Jeffries was always considered one of the greatest fighters of his
tho grlKly hoar of tho prlui ring. wolKht. Had McCoy been a little blg
... . ,,.,.,,,' ger It Is probable that he would havo
Comparing him with Jess Wlllurd it " , . .. , .,
v,uui ni, been tho world's champion. This
is difficult to find a term that Indl- hoto8ruph waa tBken In San Fran
they are together, with Kid McCoy, Cgco jugt before Wlllard started for
man than tho former champion. Hero
ones thut Wlllard Is a much bigger
IWV WHO WAS AltOAUO FA.MOCH
ILNSroilT IJKI.IKVKH O.NK
StVII KXPKIUKNCK IS PI.KNTV
lOK A LIKKTIMK
"It certainly wus a sinking Ben-ltif
Ballon," declared Charles Hendricks
who was on the lam bout to net away
f.oin the sinking Tusoanla on that
foggy night of February f.th. 1918.
when tin big boat went to tho bot
tom about fifteen miles from the
HemlrickK, v. ho ban juit had his
hoiioiable dlrhart'e from the 17th
Company of KiiRlneers, recorded at
( I... .. t.ir ft..pl.'n ntttfa hum 1 .1 rn
. ... i
f,., ,-jnK- t the incident until that Ihe
. n . . .11
r,,iiHpnrt floated omr llnee hours nf-.
iii i iijiiii v.. : i w ii w .lit... .!....
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..,. l(ittr i r r:. iiriiiininir irriifiiiiiiiv f
. , ,n f. llntM ,nrp ..
vonl.l have been too dark for iho'.Chlna during teh summer. He Is a
p,.,Hc.)pe lo delect her Three de- member of te Ileta Theta 1M frater-J
strikers reached the scene before Ihe
boa' nunk. the one on which Hen-'
ililcl.s departed, gelling away about
thlrlv minutes liCfori
Flvi boys fiom Klamnih county
wen mi the boat, one, Joe Redfleld,
HKItK I'UO.M I.AKKVIKW.
Artitur I). Hay. one of the leading
iilloriu ys of I.akevlew. Is In the cltv
nn m-tlers of business connected
vlth is law practice. Mr, Hay former-'
v practiced law In this city and has ,
i. host of friends here who were glad i
to extend to hliu the cordial vvelcom'j '
he received. He was accompanied by i
Ms wife and fa mil v.
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IsAlllll I'UWI.M. Ill
MAKK THIXIIS MOVK.
W. O Smith, who recentlv ot re-
Knn and forsook the piibll.shlng of
n ..ewspsper. now propose, to make .
view has purehlscil the house mov-
n equipment of M. It. Doty. Associ-
alpd with hi mvvlll be his brother.
W'lllnrd. nml the firm will be known '
as hmllli lirotliew. 1 ne equipineni is
of the latest type and capable of
handling any of the wooden struc-'
ttitv.s In the city,
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very ill as his home on Eight Ii street,
and Near Champion
Jim Jeffrlen and Jens WHIartl
Toledo to train for his bout with
Vi biggest single haul on ruhhlu
In l lie lilHtory of thin country has
Just been completed by C. W Ilnlle
of Hii'tta View, wen he presented In
du" In tho county clerk for bounty
the erin, of eight hundred and twenty
ri,t Mr. Halloy killed all of tl-tm
OI1 ,g ranch an,i n n0nK 0 has sei
a high water mark that It In going to
no hard for anyone else to bent, tf
every rancher In the county would
stay with the Joh as persist iil!y and
.Mr. Ha I ley did. there woii! 1 soon
.e mi end to the rahbltte nultunc; 'a
OHKfiO.Y ATHLKTE to
UK DIRECTOR IX CIII.VA.
I rciV.KNE. June 21. J. C. Brand
on, prominent uthlete at the Unlver
Rlty of Oregon, will sail from Vnn-
1 couver, H. C, AurubI 7, for Canton,
China, Having xlgneu a contract lor
" term of three years to teach and be
nuui'it? uireciur 111 .1 uiiiverMi 111
that country. Mr. lirandon will also
"l- ULU,l-' -"t.ui.-u uiuiib uib nuts
of trade and commerce and expects
to do considerable traveling about.
.Mih. II. It. Reynolds, In company
w.m. fripndj.. drove to Uorrls estei-
)lnv nort. shp intends Interviewing
N N 1 M T
r Frain vv ho Is said to be familiar toast, said Mr. .Nlckerson today.
with Indian legends. Mrs. Rejnolds j "There will be nothing liner oinsiae.
is compiling a book on early Klamath 'of San Francisco, and It will be ready
Indian mythology. She is pushing! in time to help care for the Tlslfn.
the work, as she expects to have alo the Elks convention. Every mod-
small volume issued in August when j em appliance that will go to malo it
itiH - J-.iks noia men- convention nere,
the intention being to piesent every
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vnlr of all the scenerj tn and around
i a t ni e L' w tli nn lll.tcf ."...til ami.
, Klamath county.
In connection witli
'l""'"s.' -,"B- "u r"u'1 ,B -
'."" nnU Klvlng Mrs. Uejnolds early
..,4l.nlnA.. "f rm T . S T m I 4 In A f1 A 4
utaia never puniisnea ueiore. mis
promises to make very Interesting
loading, especially the legends sur-
I rniiniiiug ru cniiiiecieu wuii oiuici
Regardless of what has been
pu'illshed heretofore on this subject.
,,, rplll K,alllnln llulin myth has
,,,.,. i,oen RVen out until now.
Tlu, comprer of those legends is
' anxious to hoar any Medicine Men
! stories known lo Indians In this vl-
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cinlty. Mie wouia hko 10 near. aiu,
from anyone who may have kodak
pictures of Interesting or romantic
(spots anywhere In this county. She
can be found at 338-10, St., or tele
WILSON ASKED TO
l SPEAK IN OREGON
PORTLAND, Juno 21. President
.Wilson is Invited to come to Oregon
during his contemplated tour of the
I I'tilted States, upon his return from
Franco, In a message sent Tuesday
evening by Dr J. V. Morrow, Demo
cratic national committeeman from
Oregon, to Secretary Tumulty.
It is expected that people of the
.state who wish to learn more fully
the Inner secrets of the pence con
ference, and the demands of tho
l.eaguo of Nntions upon tho United
States, will Join In tho Invitation to
' Tho inosage sent by National Com
Imltteeman, Morrow wns as follews:
"I understand "President Wilson
expects to tnnko n tour of t'to states
Immediately on his return from Eu
rope Will you extend to hhn. on be
half of tho people of this state, an in
vitation to visit Orogon and address
tho people on the peace treaty and
tho League of Nations?"
HKAIMJITAKTKUS UOA1) TO
CRATKIt I.AKR NOW Ol'KN.
Manager Wise of the Fort Klamath
Hotel sends word that the Klamath
Falls-Medford highway, which Is the
principal ontcrance to Crater lake
and which passes tho headquarters
building, Is now open. This willbe
good news to tohse wo have been
contemplating a trip to the world's
great wonder, for this Is one of the
best and .most convenient ways of
reaching the lake.
FOR NEW BLOCK
COXTItACT IS I.KT KOK HTItUC
Tl'HK TO KKP1.ACK OI.II AM
KltlCA.V MOTKli IJI'II.DI.NC; AT
HKVKXTH AXI MAIN
A contract was signed yestenliy
for the erection of a one-story press
ed brick building at the corner or
Seventh and Main streets, on the slt,
formerly occupied by the American
Hotel Annex, which was destroyed bj
fire a few weeks ago. The announce
ment that this corner was to be Im
proved was welcomed by the business
men of the city who have been rery
anxious that the burned structure-!
he replaced with substantial build
ings. The placing of the contract wa
handled by the Sawmill Engineering
and Construction company and the
work of construction will be super
vised by this concern. Cofer Brothers
will be the contractors and they com
menced work this morning.
The building Is to be one story. 45
and will be pressed brick. It
will be of class A construction. When
completed, which will he by August
.", In time for the Elks' Convention.
j It will be occupied by Ross Nlcker
fcon with his New Rex Cafe, which
j was one of the business establish
ments destroyed by the fire that
' swept that area. Mr. Nlckerson will
leave in the morning for San Fran-
I cisco to purchase the equipment to be
' used in his. new restaurant.
! "Klamath Falls will have a res-
taurant equal to anvthlng on tha
clean, sanitary, convenient and up-:-
,nte will be installed and It will be
, UIi u-uiiuiisiiiueiii oi vviui-u iuc ci.y
wlll nave reason to feel the sam.
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rr:de in as we have in the Whit
Pelican Hotel. It will be a restaurant
for the future, and consequently it
must be the very best."
The property adjoining, and wlmh
Is owned by A. A. Bellman Is 'o he
imptoved with a one-story building,
JOK AVEItV V.OSK.S HIS Bl'ICK
SIX LAST XKJHT. KINAIXY
IMSCOVKUKO AT DOIIRIK
Joe Avery thought hist night that
he had ridden in his Iiuick Six for
the last Hme, wehn some auto thieves
stole the car while Joe was dancing;
at the Moose Hall. The machine was
taken about ten o'clock, but search
did not begin until near midnight or
Mr. Avery thought some friend had
borrowed It. He has since been re
dleved by the dfscovery of the Rui's'c.
which tho thieves abandoned at Dor
ris. At the realization that his car wa?
really gone, Avery, accompanied by
Tom Dolrell, Howard Wlnnnrd. Nlckr
Coglln, Earnel Stearns and K.lvvin
Driscoll secured another car and
went In mad pursuit. They were,
thrown off the track some way nn.1
came back from Topsy grade tlita
morning, about eight o'clock, a baff
led and tired crowd".
XKWIiYWKDS WITH SIIOWKR.
A real surprise shower was given
last night to Mr. and Mrs. Ira Orenu
who were married two weeks ago in
Ashland, when numerous friends or
tho young couple came in cars from
nil e.ver the country, to their ranch
on the Merrill road. The different
can were laden with soixl tbtngs tn
eat as well as with amny useful gifts.
The bride and groom couldn't utid
otstand why they were nut warned in
advance, but in spite of this, or i e
cause of It, everybody begged thut
the juitj might go on fori or.
C,en. Watt leaves tomorrow .vn
business trip to' San Francisco.