The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, June 24, 1919, Image 1

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KLAMATH COUNT
lOFFICIAL PAPER Of
KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth Yenr No. 3,656
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1919
Price, Five Cents
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M RY Mitt !
IN T.F.NICHDLAS
"Whipping of Dog Given as
Reason for Shooting
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UOUuItUL
RECOVERY
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ribtxitlnK l Hw riilmliialliiii f !)
lf llrtMHilUg ()! lilt' .Ulrgril
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llrntlnu of ""K 'Hml ll-ii
the Companion "f tin- Woman for
Yritr. nml "" Wlilrli Mic l.i.v Mi
ni n Ureal Ih'wl of Allriillini, i
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Thl i-lty was Hlfirlli'il liiht "x-iiIiik
by the announcement Ihul Grown (' !
Mitchell, Urn ll known veterinary
aanciiiii w" lt Ii)' Mm T I Nlch-
oln ho reside itl riev ruth mul Will-'
nut streets Tint priiiulneni,- or tin'
jwrili'n and ,lrt w''" known retiring
(l)iiltliili of Mn, Nli-holim Iniiili' U
ulmml liiipimiillilii to I'l'llnvi' iiml
ubi-n thw fji'i i'r Kriultiiilly ! !
uiii'il lux min nppiirriit i hul Ihi nit
Willi I III' I llllllix of ilan of liruoilllu
.ir un UimIiIi'IiI thnt oirurrnl nil
Jutu- IC iiml mil"! Iiiim- lntii.irniil
uiihalaiiMMl ii iiilml thilt Iiml tlirri'lo
fnrr hi'itl rolllrolli'il ol.-l li ' l ..I
Vmilli'HH to tliumi llli ulioiu i-lu-taut''
in riiiilm I
,i. r.iimtitiK occurri'il In frniit of
.p iUi K.otii llMiry nittlili "hurl I
alUT i orlorK DmMor Mllrhi'll .i
tan., ik I" ir""1 "' ,l"' "II'II,,K
wi.i'ti iippnmi'lifil liy Mrc Nlrholim
.ihi r.u i iivi.Ui'r lilrh nln mii
un o.. iii.il pniiiU'il I' " I'1"1 '"
unntl reulUllig from
H tnri'HHlon
t.i tin woman fuel that lm InU'tiil
il llltlK the we.lpiill. be cried out to
lirr Hun't nhiiol " The reply ciimo
back "Hut Mill whipped 111) doK."
f.illuwed by one shot. The hall! bit
the Diii-lor on the lefl side of Ihe ab
iliimen. Inking diagonal course and
ImlKliiK Jiint under the skin on the
rlKhl bli! near Ihe bnrk The boweN
ncrn lorn nt flvo different places.
nfl Ihe wouiulii ure such us to leme
little hope of recovery, the Injuries
bilnK severn liireriiHona IliHteiul of
cli'tin-rul puiicturnx, iiiukliiR It Impos
llile to follow the custoiuiiry uso of
-the Murphy button. It will take
tlirm or four days Imforo any mnrked
change will appear In the conditio!
of Ihe piillnnl lira. Mussey and -I'lbu-nn
un thn ntlendlng pbyslclans.
It has been must difficult lo gain
er the real fuels loading up lo the; ru". win u..u..- .m ,..........-
.hooting, Thnrn are as muny stories , tlUcuaalnic this Hubert one, of the gon
.flout us then, aro people telling iMl-'rested In the location of
thorn The principals In the ruse ab-'" mill suld:
...lately refuse to make any .1.11.-1 "Whul woulrt tho people of this
mint concerning the affair iy think If by some slight of hand
I'leclng lomdhor the fragmentary , H won. possible lo lift out or romuye
Morles told, Ihe trouble dates buck ' from this city (he Chelsea, llg
aomi'tlmn. being due ... Ihe alleged l.l ' Kwatiiin llox companies.
sli-HlIng of eggs by the dog A week 1 1'." Pom-ail liny and Klumutl. Mun
..go last Mnnilny It Is ..llege.l. I)r uracturliin Plants? They would be
Mitchell caught il.o dog In " l"m i f ' "" ,iiHtrnau.. ..ml p.nlc
tn.l proceeded to whip him. Mrs. Woll. right now that very hlng Is
Nicholas asked him to slop, but It I '. enlng. only ln-lo.l oC It lu-ln
I" rlnlmo.1 her r.'....-st was unheed-1 '" ' oenrerns I speak .- .ux lew
l. Tho dog did not return bourn ami , Plant with puyrolla equal to. If not
thu next day Mr. Nicholas made a Iconslderubly exceeding lh concerns
.-arch for the animal, wlil.nul k.- , lrol- l.n. an. being hu lou .
cess. Wednesday It returned, showing , IMr.on.Uly. 1 wan. lo locate n Klam
vl.lenco of having been subject to a th Falls, for inch a location has
terrible, beating. Ono eyo was do
'troyod, thu bead bruised and cut mid
the body horn murks Indicating that
a club or u whip had boen used,
Thu attachment oxIstltiK between
Mrs, Nicholas nnd tho do wns unus
ually close. Ilelng childless sho Inv
lhe.l a greut doal of affection on tho
nnlmul. In pnst years Mr. Nlchotaii
lias boon ntsont from homo n great
deal, nnd lutoly, duo to his employ
ment with the Big I.nkos llox com-.
Pany, ho has been absent at night.
During all of Ihese times tho dog has
"eon the only companion of the worn
on, Nopirally of an occontrlo dlsprvd
t'on sho made tho animal tho object
of unusual caro and attention, nnd
"lion he roturnpd In 'the mutilated
condition he did ,the shook Is bollov
"d to bare been more than her high
ly strung nervous condition could
land, For the Uaya that followed she
(Continued on Piie H)
! GERMAN SAILORS
SINK THEIR SHIPS
U li.MAil June 21 Ci-rmmi wur '
ships It icli tti'in mil suri-mli-ieil in,
Him Allies mill whiih linvi' I ii j
1 unrlioreil off Kli-I VIIIhiIiiikIi.iiii !
iilul Other points, lime licin sunk ti
I In' linriiiiiii KiilliirN iiimiiiiIiik llii'in,
nrriinllng o rinrl k Twelve hIiIjim I
i nml ii imimiIkt (if (lcMiro)iT.i vvere
I nllll In (ionium bund !
WILL ASK VOTE
ON RESOLUTION
WAHIIINC'.'i.'.. June 21 -K.mii-J
tor Kiwi uiinnutieeil Iniliiy tlmt ii(Iit ,
llii' appropriation hills hail been pun- ,
Ki'il li unulil :t 1 1 it i I In iililuli. .1 ,
V((, ,, . , t.Btoll ,.xpr-Hi liih- mi-i
'.' Illllil') ' 'II IH (I'PI III I ,M
." rn ' ii 1 1 id mi mi i;i' . .
iilili putl of tin- 1'eure Tri'.i
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WILSON WILL START
FOR HOME THURSDAY
llltCST Jiini' 21 .Tim Steamer
(i,.rK Wushliiglon. on which Prcsb
,ni wilmm will return Iioii, linn
,. ordered in bo reudy to sail next
Thiirsil.i
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HIrIi Prices of Factory Sites
Threnten Future of City.
NOW SEEMS CERTAIN
I'rurnt XimmI of n !.! I oniinrrriHi
Orgmiliilion Tlmt Would ! In
I'o-lllon in lurnl-li All lntu
.rnliil b Pni-pecllw Muniifiii--tiirfi-
I'oliileil Out by Man Sink
ing loriitliiu lleie.
The i. ii'Udi' bv Tin- 'i".ilil
Hint the high ;.re.i being ilimg il
for mill sues we.,, uriv.i.s i
facturllig establlshlili"
cliy seems to have stirred up a hm-
net's nest The eyes or the iiuiiiucsh
Interests of Klamath Falls are turn
ed on this subject, and unless so.ni
thlng Is done to saw this city tho
tremonilouH loss it stands liable to
suffer, things are going to happen.
Thero urn factories enough on tho
voriro of soliictltiK Ihulr. location
which. If placed here In Klumulh
I eeei.. .iti .I....1. 1., liu iifii In! tnn In
muny mlvuntuges, Wo an. willing
to puy to got them, but when it come
lo expecting us to pay tho prices now
being asked for sites, it Is out of the
uueHtlou. The project of locating all
these mills In a now city Is no dreumv
It is nearer a reality thun anyone
hero suspects, and thu location will
1. 1 such an 1 1 afford tho mill
ovory advantage now available .in
Klamath Falls. I am not making this
as a 111 rout. Thut Is the last thing
In my mind. HI Is simply a cawo of
tho ownero of tho land wanting to
mako all they can and our pooplo
trying to get allocation nt a figure
that we consider reasonable Tbo
pooplo of this city aro overlooking
a big opportunity.'
"Another thing that this city
should have la a live commercial
organization that would mako It pos
sible for u prospective manufactur
ing concern to find out where suit-
ible sites cuu be secured
I know
ANOTHER
W
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TORIES
JINGLING $50,000
LIEUT.
AE.THUR,'
W. BEOVm
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With the $50,000 London Dally Mall prize In their pocketi for
the nrit oon-etop night across the Atlantic, theie two Brltliben, Cap
tain Jack Aloock of the Royal Air Force and Navigator Lieutenant
Arthur Brova, are now looking for Other feat to perform, maybe a
flight front Eaglaad to Australia or a flight acrosa the Pacific. Alcock
ad Browa tfreve a big Vkkers-Vlmy bombing biplane from Mw
t Irelaad la It boars.
of un liiBtanrc whi-n lliu ri-pri-Hi'ii-tutlic
of un cli ii proipt-rt hud locuted
ii Hllo. hi-iiiii'il un option on u plcco of
propi-riy. mitlcliutftiK no illfflciilty
In mtii 1 1 iik i-noiii;h land uiIJoIiiIiik
TIiIh hi- uuh iinulile lo do If you
Iiml it kooiI. live orKiiiilrutlon It
would huvi; all of IIiIk ptoperty lin
ed; It would know what It could l
would know wliut It could bo;
,,r- ii u-nm.i Vnmr ntt ,.f ii,,.
or, II wotllil .Know all or HUM
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liHlunceH coiiccti'il with It and
hud f
clrruin
inxtuud of a Mian IiiivIiik to ch.lHi'
around, lit could do IiuhIiii'Kh thru!
I ho Club. It mux coil u few dollar .
a year to keep kikIi un organization
Koine, hut let nn- iil you that the1
luck of it is rostlng Individual liun-.lust night the following business was
lr.'.l f dollurs annuully It would transacted
pax the rlty to defray the .mtlro, Permits were granted te: J. V. ,
..M iis.-ii. provmiMi roinpeicni iiihii
wi ie in ( li irge
in ii-'ra in nas neen ca ling alten-
iion m itie lU'i-essiiy cor a luinmor-
mil club for several months past :
h
Xeer w.ih It moie urgent than right
now i but this city have one. Thu
bilHlni-M, moll of the city Mioldd droui
eterjthlng else until a hiiiushiuKly
progrehslie CoMiinercial chili Is un-
tier full swing and then liiei should
keep right back of Jt every day
not mi fur hack that they will bo of
no iisslhiuuce. but right up with ev
ery movement it will inaugurate.
The iiiestfons ihe live, progressive
citizens of Klumalb Falls have to
fare now an- Do you you want u
i
rliy tiere, or do you want a tempo-l
rary boom that Is going lo f bitten
out uh It flutteiied out before? Do '"arrett and the Wnrren Construction
you want another town established i r''iUany on Oil Macadam and Ilithu
wliblii a few miles of Klamath Falls.' ",lr Pavement on the following units
close enough to kill thu future oflTen,H street, from Mam to Linceln:
. , u ,t..
fi. mi thti1,,,n VJ viiuuK" uwuj u uiaii
It can be of no possible benefit? The1""' m-oin street, rrom Ninth to ,
Herald will tell you tomorrow tho ,
plans for the new town, and then) lo rospect. including Jefferson and
you cun think over what action you' I'lnco,n M-fcPlannde. Pacific Terrace
want -to take. It Is no dream. It Is an, I'ortlnnd streets.
nearlng an actual reality. appeared to be the prevailing
.sentiment among property owners ,
PRIZE WINNERS
GO TO CORVALLIS,
Klnmath County Is always getting Its. at a total cost of $l28,003.ri7.
In tho limelight In one wuy or an-1 Tho question of the city acquiring
other, nnd now we lire sending two a city park was brought before the
prUe winners In the school chll- council bv Mayor Strtiblc, who urged
il'i'ii's Industrial Club work, to Cor- that tbo time was at hand when some
vallln for the summer term of school ' definite action should be taken look
All their expenses are pnnld for the "K to the consummation of such an
two weeks, and the children are glv-' Improvement The demand for a park
"ii ii thorough training In stork ' 's constantly becoming more press
Jt'illt'.ug, broad-making, sewing mid '"K and the sentiment In favor of
other Imliistrlul Club work.
1-1... ,..,... .. AU , n iO '
..... ...un, u.. .... .-...,-. .'T
ttuhv Scbrelnor of Spring Lake dls-
riot no. ::... ami iJiiarios snuimiio. " " iieuon resis in tne minus ... k, ,s , bo staed
from tho Miller Hill district. of a Park Commission, which for Ne ,"v of tc (eatures aro
-ears b,s been more or less dormant, somothnK out of tlle ordimirj. for
BELGIAN KING '' '" n?i "' "" ,!nPr,bn !,e ,nt ' this district, and will arouse wide in-
l there will bo a stir in Its dtroctlon .
AND OIJEEN COMINr.lo,,,. of n,efin ,i,.v, m. ,.,......: terest-
--t- -.- i
HKl'SSKLS. June 24,--K.'i,r Al-b-jrt
and Queon Kllzabeth o'' Ilni;j!ui!i
hi.'-e ncceptod the Invitation of Presl
dnnt Wilson to visit tho United
States. They will probably come hero
sometime during next September.
i.iiiruiir OPKN DAILV.
Tho county library Is open daily
from 'one to six o'clock In the after
noon, and the public is cordially In
vited to visit It nnd make use of the
public reading room.
DAYLIGHT SAVING
RIDER IS APPROVED
WASHfNGTlN, June 24. The
House and Senate conferees, have ap
proved the rldor on the appropriation
bill repealing the( Daylight saving
law. October 26 next. Its adoption is
regarded as certain.
AIR PRIZE MONEY
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PAVING AWARD
E LAST KIGHT
AltltK.N f OXSTIHXTIO.V COM-
inw uiv'riti-'w r-nvTiitiT
'" Sl.f I IthS fO.NTItACT
Toil ftlt!H,IMM WOHTI1 Ol'f
sti:i:t iMiitovi:.Mi:T !
.i me iiicuiui),- oi iii c.iy council'
..... ..,....... ,. .
i.-...t . eren u i . iiiock .,-...
.MrnoiH uiiiuiioii, ii live room lungu-i
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io . costing jiiiio. trsi iths iy-
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tiuii ciiurcn in ereci a cuurcn on
lot I. block In. at a cost of Jl.'.noo
J. A. Lemon to build a carpenter
''hop In Hot Sprlngi Additien: t'ofer
Brother to erect a business building
"" ''"' corner of Main and Seventh
streets, for Mrs. Sarah II. Jones, to
cost SIS. 000: Conrad C. Jalo to i
erect a six room bungalow In Nichols
addition at cost of rt.000; S. W.
.Martin to conduct a shooting gallery
on lot G, block 3S.
ii . u . ii inningnam was given a i
permit to inttall a gasoline pump on ,
the side walk at the Sixth street gar
age.
i-roiin.ai ivere sunnillted py .1. n
m,i.i. ,n i.inot. ..,.h.i f.
.....fc... ..w. .(. nu
m
' entn streets; hlgiitb, from Hlgli
i present, thnt the best pavement was j
none to good, and the council, accord-'
'"?' accented the bid of the Warren '
1 Construction company on all five un
4 tho ritv launching out on Hitch nn en-
, .. . , , , ' "" tM
tnrtirlcn la lani-lilnir n ..nt... ...,
""'"" .""i woo
hero -la to be an inslslent demand for
'..'.' -...,,
... i uuiiuis.ir, .
STILTS' HKTl'nX.
After a visit of snvnrnl mnnlha .
with relatives in Omaha. Nobra.ktf t
nnd with tholr sister, Mrs. J. V, Car-1
tor. in Blair. Nebraska. Miss Fllza ,
Stilts, Mrs. Anna Leach and tholr
brother, Phil, have returned to this
city. The sisters had operated a dry,
goods store here, previous to their
departure" last fall and are very well
known in the county.
The family made the trip homo In
their car and they report an enjoy
nblo trip, altho the roads were far
from good In all states with tho ex
ception of California. Tho engine In
the car was "working better when
they arrived than when they left
Ulalr," Miss Stilts said.
They enjoyed tholr winter, but
they were also very glad to get home
once more and have decided to live
In Klamath Falls In the future.
1
ri:Aiirii. tornado
HWKKI'S ILLINOIS.
KVANBVILLK, Juno 24.
Forty seven people aro known
dead, anil lfiO Injured, are In
hospitals and property valued ,
six million were destroyed as
result of a tornado, which '
swept thru Fergus Falls late j
yesterday,
ANOTHER BOLSHEVIK i
CRUISER IS SUNK
HKLSINGFORS, June 24. British
warships Wednesday evening torped
oed the Bolshevik cruiser Slava,
which sank almost Immediately.
Ol'T IX COUXTKV
FOIt LU.VfllKO.V.
The members of tho Women's Im
nrovement riiiii will mppl n fhp Wln-
I nek Htnr Hi 1 : 1 Ti Inmnrrnip nftpr-
, .... . !,,,,. .i,h r.orminv nrobahlv will
noon and will motor out to the home I lreat wIlh German prouamv wiu
....., . . i-l.. ni.. nn Thnrsdav There Is
Mr- Mart n Greene, where they taKe l"ace on lnursaa mere u
''. ,,m , ,n iho Hate, because
will partake of one of the well known
luncheons served by Mrs. Greene
Every member Is urged o be or. hand
promptly at the hour named.
BUTCHERS OUT ON resignation to" Weimar rather than
SYMPATHETIC STRIKE, attach his name to the document,
.President Wilson has ordered the
vitTOKIA. II. C . June 24 The
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T ntol, irw-nl ivnrk'pra ;,i.l v Inn,., i fne.s at HreSt for niS'UepartUre. UUfe
. . , , .,. . , ,
leaders to number .i00n, struck here
todnv In sympathy with the Winnipeg
strikers
thactei: ih:moxsti:.tio.
atiili:tic kii:li sikkt to hk
FKATL'Iti: OK IIIC KVP.XT IN
OITOIIKK
Premium lists and posters will
soon he out for the big Klamath
the Kilgore Lane early in Octobel,
rou,v fair, which is to be held ai
aeconng to announcement of mem-'
,,L.rs. of tho Klamath County Fair
lJoard
M a recent n)eetinB or ths board
Frod ,,etorson of Merr, wus electett
phnIrmnn. P. w. s,nI1 n, Klamath
Falls secretary, and Ross Sutton of
Dairy treasurer.
One of the interesting features of
I the fair as now being planned is a
tractor demonstration, at which thei
i various machines which are now used
'
i In the county, will participate. Dur
I Ing tho last few months farm tract
ors liavo been purchased in ever in
creasing quantities by the ranchers
of the county, and it is expected that
tho tests which will be made nt this
i time will be a great drawing card.
Tlirt.i rt ft nlcn in lin n tmiiilioi rt I
i. . '.. '
horse races It the present plans of .
,10 ,)0an, mlUer,nUz0t um, a fle,rt'
mcet nt which atl)Ietlc conte9ts ofl
Th0 county
Fair Board has ap
pointed a large number of assistants,
who will take charge of different
parts of the work, and It Is expected
that preparations will go ahead rapu-
'-dly fr0'" th'8 tlmf ""
BARN DANCE NEXT
SATURDAY NIGHT.
Next Saturday night there will be
given an old fashioned barn dance at
the Louis Schmltz ranch, formerly
known as the Sisters' farm, on the
Midland road. Unusual preparations
are being made tor It and it Is anti
cipated that those attending will
spend a most enjoyable evening. The
dance Is given prior to the tilling of
the barn with hay. It Is an annual
affair and has always been muck
enjoyod. The floor was constructed
especially for dancing and is said to
be the finest In the county. The Jazi
orchestra has been engaged for the
COUNT!
I occaaloa. , .- . . .
PFIPf TfHIIK
: TO BE SIGNED
nni i miKmimi
aaal nam 1
Ulr.llUl.dUnii
Wilson Prepares to Start for
America
CLEMENCEAU TO QUIT
German Delegated to Sign th.
Terms Reljcn Hl Office Itathoi?
Than Afflv lilt SlRnature to thw
Document. Work has been Rc.
Mimed on Treaty with Austria.
Dateless Dispatch by Assoclatfyl
Press The signing of the Peac
, s'"e douut as to tne aaie. nuw
'ot 'he lack of word from Germany
regarding her new representation at
Versailles. Hanlel on Halmhausea
who was named plenipotentiary to
. , ,,, ,,,. hnc ,Bio.rf,nhPil hla
l steamer Georg Washington in read-
...,,, ,.i
'will remain
until the Treaty 13
i signed.
Work on Austrian treaty was rw
bumed by representatives of tha
great powers In Paris today.
PARIS, June 24. Premier Clera
enceau has expressed intention to
resign as soon as the Peace Treaty
is promulgated .feeling that he has
accomplished the task for which he
assumed the premiership, says the
''echo de Paris". It is expected Par
AXI, llament will ratify the treaty late in.
July.
lARMY DRIVE
i STARTED AT FORT
The Salvation' Army drive In the
Fort Klamath district was started off
with a will by C. H. Underwood, Fred
M Houston, Austin Hoyden, Horace
M Manning and the Peerless Orches
tra, who drove to the Fort In cars last
night The speech of the evening
was over thg.U. ETAOINHRDLUN
was given by Mr. Manning. befor a
lurre fathering of Fort Klamnth c't
izers. After the business of the evening
wi. sover the company danced until
ear.v this morning, when the Klaju-
ath people returned home, with the
. Innltnv Ihnl IV.A maotlnv had haan f
. ...
vppps4 If enlhiiRinsf ennntn for nni
success,
thing.
POE VALLEY
MKAVV WIND OF SATURDAY
AFTKUXOO.V DKSTUOYF.D VIA
DUCT THAT CAHIUKS WATKU
ACHOS.S LOST IUYKIt
The big flume that carries the
water for the irrigation of Poe valley
across Lost River, near Oiene, was
blown Saturday afternoon, resulting
in its almost complete destruction.
"Work was immediately started by
the Reclamation Service to replace it
temporarily so as to save the crops
of the valley this year. It Is believed
that this can be done.
CONSTRUCTION HKAD HERR
H. B. Warren, vice president or
the Warren Construction company.
Is hero from Portland on busineea
connected with the proposed paving
that Klamath Falls is to do la the
noar future.
AIRMEN KILLED
MINEOLA, N. Y. Juno 24 Lieut.
Shelly M. Watson and M, Roland, ct
civilian mechanic were kilted at Ryo
Beach today by the fall of tu?lr u?
my plane
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