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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1919)
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OlTK'IAIi PAPER Ol'
OFFICIAL PArEH OF
Thirteenth Year No. 3,655
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, JUNE 23, 1919
Price, Five Cent
BINS ILL IRA
AS LAID DM
The Enemy Hn Made His
EXTENSION IS DENIED
Council of Three Itefuvil lteiiiel nf
(irrman Gmrriiinrlit fur Etriiliiii
nf 1 'ort ) l-:i(tlit Hour, Oiling In
I liungf 'f Government Refund
1'ollimiM li) Antuuiiuenieiit uf
PARIS, Jiltid 23. Till' (ii'iiiwm
covornuiont at W'eliuiir bus formally
communicated ItM wllllngtieim id sign
the Pisco Treaty. nccoptltiK tli terms
iinrniulUliiRally, ll was iinminci'il hy
Vnmcli rurclKii offlm this uf'oriiooti
Tln duj anil liniir for niKUliiK (In1
Treaty are uncertain It nmv tnkn
place nn Tuesday, lint more likely mi
Wednesday. Tim llnll.in delegnti's
1nrn have been nutliorlii'il lo li!ti
lli treaty on behalf of Itiih This
tctnov.ii I he one possible i-husn uf ile.
ln in kIriiIiii:. Tin' Herman nolo
at re reptmire tmilitnitui. .llinu, t ti
pi-are rniiilltlotia make II a "I'eaco of
WnMAH. Juno 23 .(Associate,
)'rei It l nfflrliilly iinnonnri'it
ihal (inriii.ni- will sign (tio pence
rraiv nrrordln in n dispatch from
Vliimr nl I " Sntidtti iifleruoiri
Aiprri'iill I' referred hi Ilu' Ceriumi
.lis' 'I, ' I" l(:'l Willi lilt' ll'IHTVlKlllll
"' wli li Hi.' Herman gave miller In
I'.Mtl.S. June 23. '(leriiinuv tmlay
lin. n'itii'Hlt'il an ailillttounl III hours
Hllliln whlrh to make Ickiwu her ile
cll(m relative to hIkiiIiik pearo
treaty without reiTiitloii8 ThM re
met wim refllNi'il hy Allien Til"
Council nf throe flatly ri'funcil t.i ie-
Uit whleh plenileil that Hie eh, nice
In Kovernment ami itlnturlieit oiml'
tloim inaile It illffleult to eompletr
I'AKIS. June 23. Admiral Hiuinol
iin lliilriiliiiiiKi'n will sign tho I'oaco
Trrnty for tho Oirmmis, It aptn'areil
likely teduy fro.u nK liif'rni.illrn
M.1 Inliln at the ii'MiktUiirtr rr of '.h-'
Arn i Iran delegu l-ri
BY KLAMATH FISHING
"The Hcii'ty In Kliiinili toi:ry
and Southern Or-mon is wltoout
comparison," mild H l Vrnutc, n
iuntriilliiu, wiio, with liH Cr.c'iil. J,
f WoodhoiiHo, Is iniildiig u Jolut
liUhliiesH and pluiiHiire tour of tho
Tho AiiHtralliiiiH ilrnvo In Mr. Ar
nott's car from Hun FriinuUi'o, whero
tlmy landed four weoKs ago. Tlm
llilng which struck thiini mont upon
Urat putltiK foot on tho dork tit San
Ifynclsco was tho oxci'msIvi) iiuinber
of nutomoblU's. Tho second thing to
tflko thorn tin IioIiir odd was tho
hotel life evorywhero thoy went. In
tholr country only trnvolors aro
found living nt tho hotel.H llfo thoro
"elng mostly urban,
Tho travcilorn had pinned tin going
"trnlsht thru to Vancouver, II. C,
'tut upon hoarlne of the flshlnK In
Klamath County tlj,oy rhangod tholr
'Toute to some extent nnd will fish nt
Chlloquln, Spring Crook nnd In othor
wfH known mountain Btroom.
Krora Vancouver, Mr. Arnott eajm
'hat thoy plan on going acrais coun
t'y to New York If tho roadt aro ont
'too bad, In fact ha doesn't wish to
nmuntor any that aro worso than
omo he drove oror In northern Call
'fornlo and Southern Oregon.
MOTOR AROUND LAKE.
Crl Newbury with his mother
M. W. A. Jones, Little Brurt,
George niggs and Mm. Sam 8an.
""rs, motored around the Upper
"Klamath Lake yestrdi.
APPEARS IV CONCERT IN LOS
ANGELES AI'IHTOIIII'M WITH
woiti.n hexonwed organ
ist, iiiti'ci: gokdox kixslev
LOS ANOELKK. .rnni' IS (fipe
rliil In llm Ilernlili Vera Crlsler of
tv lit iii it I li Fulls npeared In rnurert In
Trinity Aiiilllnrliiiii here tinlnv wild
Hruce (ionliin Klnnlev. tlm world
famous organist llir marvelous In.
terpretiiilim in Itiilltui. with flu t oh !
IlKHto of tln mail ki I'lie from tin'
npuiu I. lulu il l.iiiiiinrrninnr won i
liintnnt upprnvnt ami wax greeted
with tremendous iipplutixe Minn Crln
lor liHloillnheit hoY iiuilh'tiro Willi the
womlerfiil range nmt flexibility of
Iht ulfi Thciiphllus Fit. iiiiiIit
whom' illriTtlun the eoneort was glv. I
I'll was delighted with tlm miccnni of
Minn Crlsler ami united that he was
"extremely happy nml satisfied."
TIiIb will he plonslng news In the
many friends of Ml Crlnler, who In
ii tv 1 in ti 1 li Prills rlrl nnit ulin ns lb..
itlHpnteli Imllrateit rlnlms this rllv ns i
her nun This concert In undoubted
ly tile llimix of a rrei In thi'
Southern rlty that hat hi"n rons'.uit
ly mounting IiIkIht anil higher In the
innale.it worlil nml npeiii the iloor frr
Rrnuler triumph In the 'iitiiri-
The liani'hatl team of the Klaiuiilli
Mautifai lurlliB company are Hteppln,;
JiIkIi toilay in a result of Hie ri i
iii I in: tlH-y kuvo to tho Dnrrlitom fa -tory
team lit Dorrln yettenlai .
wiii it roil hot panm trom start lo
flnhli. miiwlthtituil!ni: tlu. iho
nrore Ktooil 13 to '. A rut.irn 4i.io
will he plaeil In this rlty on Inly
-I tit. anil the Uotils hoys proinlcl to
een IIiIikh up when they tvi .' up
HOYS WHO STOI.S ,IOK AVERY'S
CAR ARE PLACED CNUER All
REST XEAR DORRIS AXI
Joseph A. Fllnn and J. M Sullivan
tho two boys who last Frlduy night
stolo tho llulck "six" belonging -i
Joo Avory, wero caught near Don Is
yesterday and brought to this city
hy Sheriff Humphrey. The lads do
not seem to renlUe tlm sertouKiicss
of tho offenso with which thoy aru
charged Tlmy do not seem to lio pus.
sesseil of tho characteristics that
mark tho usual thief and It Is not
liollovL'il that they have eer lii'n
guilty of u transgression of tho liw
They have been working In tlm log
ging camp near Rocky Point for the
IVIIrnu Hay Lumber company, 'at.
unlay afternoon they had nn altetva
tlon with tho cook, and onn of them
still carries evidence of 'ho fracas In
tho shape of a black eye. fhov loft
tho camp hurriedly, and evli'enlly
thoy were salll possnscd of a dcslro
to placn as great a distance as pos
sible betwen thmuHolvos nnd tho
cook when wy saw Avery stop front
Ills car and ontor tho Hlnlrvny load
ing to the Moose hull. As soon ns ho
had disappeared thoy hopped Into
his mnrhlno nnd stnrtod for Califor
nia. It was tholr Intention to go out
over tho Topsy grade, but they lost
tholr way and Inndod In Dorrls whom
tho officers stopped them nnd took
possession of tho cur. They socurcd
employment In ono of the neighbor
ing camps and wore headed for there
when Sheriff Humphrey placed them
under arrost. They readily consented
to return to this city, where they
were placed In Jail pending actlou by
the district attorney.
Tho time Is getting shorter every
day for you to do what should be
done before the Elks get here on
August 14, 1G aud 16. What are you
NOW, WHAT IS
HFLD HFRE SOON
nit: (iitoir or it n.v t v
t i.i itiiM will m: imti vri:n
INTO Till'. MYSTi:itirs or ISAM,.
The biggest doggonedi'M go it rid
ing affair evoi htitged In Klamath
Falls Is exported ben- on .lime 2 Mil.
when all the railway clerks from
k'.imuth Falls to Weed are guiu,; to
l'e iii'i'lucteil tilt ii the mysteries of
the Mosbrne Lodge IHT of til
Itrotbeiliood of Hallway Clerks
About forty visitors are expect-jj
at this Umn. when tho neophytes,
who have been accustomed to t.'e
smooth riding over the iron rails -ire
going to take their chanres on st ir n
deck of tho goat.
Tho ceremonies ve to be held nt
the I O. O, F. Hall where medical
nsslstmicu run be quickly summoned
If found ncessarj
BELGIUM TO BECOME
FIRST CLASS POWER
HUSSKLS. Juno 23. President
Wilson, upon his return to Washing
ton, will proposo to congress to raise
tho American legation hero to tho
rank of an embassador, and send a
Culled States ambassador Instead of
u minister, In recognition of Del
glum's complete Independence nnd
equality In the ranks of tree nations
POLICE MAKE ANOTHER
HAIL OF DORItIS HOO.E.
Suspecting that Sunday night
would be a good tlmo to make an In
vestigation of automobiles returning
from UorriB, tho police laid in wait
and searched every machine they sus
pected. They wore rewarded about
occupants saw tho officers thoy lio
songers novo In sight. As soon as the
4.30 when a raachlno carrying six pas
gan to throw awny the Incriminating
evldonce, but before this proceeded
very far tho officers Interfered and
placed the entire parly under arrest.
Four quarts of whiskey still remain
ed and this was hold for evidence
against the prisoners.
The funeral of Mrs. Frank Geert
son will be held tomorrow afternoon
at .1.00 o'clook from Whitlock Under
taking parloi-J. Per, E. P. Lawrence
of the Presbyterian Church will con-"
duct the stjrylCM'
IT YOU WANT?
FINAL I'LANS AND SPECIFICA
TIO.VS FOR T1IK XKV PESRY
TKRIAX CIICUCII SHOW MAO
Tlm final plans and specifications
for the I'reslivterlau church lu'e
been received ind may be seen 'y
anyone interested at the office nf
Arthur R Wll.-nn. ."it 7 Main Street.
It la planned to have bids on the
construction opened on June 2tn.
Work on the excavation of the bu-ej-
! ntent haR already begun.
i The church will be about 52 feet
by 71 and will pent about r.00 people.
Provision has also heen made for
installing a gallery when tho needs
'of the Church fhnll demand It. and
when this 'is done the seating capa
city will be considerably over 600
The erst of building materials and
I labor Is. however. o high this year
' that the church will not attempt to
complete the gallery at once.
K. K. McClaren of Portland Is the
architect for the church and will be
here when the bids are opened.
OREGON HAD 53 FIRES
DURING LAST MONTH
SALEM. Juno 23 Fifty-three
fires of varying origin the cause of
24 of them unknown in Oregon
during the month of Mny rosulted In
lose3 totalling $S9.1fiO. nccordlug to
figures compiled by State Fire Mar
shal Harvey Welts. Pendleton suffer
ed the heaviest loss, a barn and con
tents valued at $16,000 whllo Haines,
with n fire in which a barn was des
troyed and several hond of horses
were burned to death, is second on
the list with u loss of $12,000. Thirty
of the fires were in dwollings nnd 7
were in barns In which 49 animals,
mostly mules, were burned to
INDIAN VILLAGE DUG
UP IN YORK STATE
AUBURN, N. Y. A buried Indian
Tillage sitoo believed to have been
occupied BOO years ago was dlscov-
ereu.ior iu. a. uramer, Auouru cu;
forester, in digging after a wood'
chuck 'in the town of Cato, Cayuga
TaeAlite contained skeletons and
many bone Implements believed of
Irlquuola origin, the six nations hav
lag had their home in the Finger
Lake region of Central New York.
! ' LABORS FOR
nrXMNGHAM. Juno 23. Tlie
! State federation of Labor convention
today voted to send a telegram to the
American Federation of Labor con
ventlon In Atlantis City, condemnla?
Hh action again it prohibition as W3ll
as what was termed the "booze spe
cial train" to Washington, D. C. The
"The Washington State Federation
of Labor, in session assembled Rtards
emphatically for national prohibition
and condemns the offlcals of the A.
F of L. for their support of the li
quor traffic, and further condemns
the action of the delegates'to the con
vention In going In a 'booze specie!'
to Washington to protest against tho
repeal of the wartime prohibition
The action followed the passage of
an amendment to the resolution
committee's reports censuring Sam
uel fJompers for his stand for boer
and light wines. This amendment
was offered In a resolution by Fre-l
Nelson of the Seattle bollermakers.
The resolutions committee report
faored merely a stand by the state
federation In favor of prohibition,
eliminating all reference to OJompcif..
A K Miller of Seattle led the at-
, tark on Gompers, upholding the right
, of the state federation to censure iipv
j of Its officers who fall to respond 10
the washes of the rank and file
MOVE TO CHANGE
DRY LAW FAILS
WASHINGTON. June 21. The
proposed amendment to the pending
prohibition enforcement bill, giving
the president authority to repeal war
time prohibition act insofar as it af
fects light wines, and beer was de
feated by the house today, the udi
elcrj committee voted twelve to five.
SIEXN FEIX PRESIDENT
IN CNITED STATES
SCW YORK. June 21. It Is an
nounced today that Prof. Edward Di
valent, president of the Irish Sinn
rein republic, has landed In America,
and will be In New York Sunday.
IMSfEDLATE CONSTRUCTION OF
815.0OO BUILDING WILL BE
UNDERTAKEN BE LEASED
Work is to start at an early date
on the construction of a new hospital
for Lakevlew, which will cost in the
neighborhood of $l.r.,000. This an
nouncement wa smude today by Rev.
Thomas Brady. Father Brady is here
for a few days, having exchanged
pulpits with Father Marshall, past
or of the Sacred Heart Church. The
project has tho indorsement of the
Commercial Club of that city and is
meeting with tho hearty support of
tho residents of Lake county, who
recognize tho urgont need for such
When the project wns first consid
ered it wns Father Brady's intention
to have tho Institution In charge of
Sisters of Charity. This plan, how
ever will have to be abandoned for
the present. During tho Influenza ept
demlc of last winter tho heroic sac
rifices made by these noble women
throughout tho nation depleted the
ranks of all of the sisterhoods to a
point where it Is Impossible for tho
present to sparo the sisters needed to
care for new Institutions. Conse
quently Father Brady will operate
the hospital under a lease tempor
arily. 1 The building will be of cut stone
and will be large enough to accomo
date twelve patients to start with.
MRS. STEARXS REfl im
Mrs. O. E. Stearns has returned
home, after having spent the winter
Till: XOIIIKIl OF IXQUIItlKrf
I'oriciXf; ix to tiik com.mhi
ciai, ric is constantly in-
To those who think Klamath Falli
Is not coming into the limelight a.-
! the hustling young city of the Pacific
coast attention Is called to the follov
j Ing extracts from letters Just receir-
ed by the Commercial club:
From the Butte county, California.
Commercial Commissioner "Kindly
advise me If furnished houses or
nouse-Keeping rooms are obtainable
In your city at this time. Family
ivould stay all summer, as there
would be children. Would tikf
scitiuhlng renting at i J'i or t.J i;r
From an important Commercial
club of San Francisce: "Give us In
formation on the railroad line which
we understand is being surveyed
down the Klamath Canyon from K!i
tuath Falls to Crescent City vix
Yreka, California. We would like t-
know who the parties are who are
responsible for this road, as we ar
enxious to get In touch vith thesi
A great industrial congress is t"
be held at Calgary, Canada August 13
and 1 I and will include l tour of tin
prov luces by special train, commenc
ing .it Medicine Hot, Alberta August
1. Tho manager of this congress says
among other things, "It Is hoped to
lay the foundation for a broader and
even more friendly relationship be
tween the peoples of the United
States and Canada. Our speakers ILst
already includes the names of several
men of International fame in the in
dustrial world. The program commit
tee has requested me to communicate
with your splendid organization, ask
ing that you advise all your members
regarding the congress and convey to
them a special invitation to attend.
If you will advise us In advance of
the names of those who will attend,
we will arrange special sleeping car
accomodations from your district.
Amoiig the various letters from in
tending setlers and investors, ther
pre a good many from returning sol
dier boys, or from those interested m
seeing them located in a cot. d try
where there Is something doin and
where they may be able to secure
land at n reasonable price. From such
a letter we make the following ex
tract. "Having applied to the land offic
for information in regard to the Kla
math Falls district, I was referred to
you. I am writing in behalf of my son
v ho I leturnlng from servile in
France and who is anxious to loeat?
on a homestead. He was told jbiJt
land that could be had near Merrill,
en tne Irrigation project suPxil) Tor
alftlta. If you can give me ,n-- ".
tion about available land will -
rnrgo to come down to look over the
situation with my son."
19 DECORATED FOR
VALOR BY PERSHING
WASHINGTON, June 23. Gener
al Pershing In the name of President
Wilson, has awarded 19 more dis
tinguished service crosses to officers
and men of the A. E. F., for acts of
iierolsm, the war department an
nounced Thursday. Among thos
honored were: Major Lyman S.
Frasler, 87 Bunn street, Kansas City.
Mo.; Corporal Eugene R. Ferguson.
Minneapolis, Minn.; Private R.
Evans, Lebo, Kan.; and Private.
Darls V. Ford, North Platte, Neb.
IN INDIA PREDICTED
COPENHAGEN, June 23. A
dispatch from Moscow reports that
Lenin, the Bolshevik leader, bas is
sued a statement prophesying sensa
tional events shortly in Asia and.
East India. It is assumed here that
Lenin has received word of Bolshe
PASSENGER STEAMER GROUNDS
. NEW. BEDFORD, Mass., June 21.
The steamer Northland, bound to
New York and Boston with, several
hundred passengers, ran aground at
West island, ten miles from Busearda
Bay. The passengers were transfer
red so My.
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