The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, June 25, 1919, Image 1

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KLAMATH COIN IV
OFFICIAL PAPER Oil
KLAMATH FALLS
Thirteenth Year No. 3,6. 7
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1919
Price, Five Cent
CO-DPEHATIVE
COW
ER
PLANPHOPOSED STDNETELLSWHY
FOR NEW TOWN
May Be Located on One of
Two Sites Examined j
iota. no on itvniiNs ins i.
Tl IH'dll'H WITH risjll(; V
sk.mi; streams pi, i:-n ,.
i isii is tin: cotvn
NO UTOPIAN SCHEME
inciil.
I "lit I'ImIi mill limn,. ('iimiiiiIxnIoii-
j rr C F Hlntie ,u . ii Mrulpht frru
i .'.ii . boulder li'l'l " . i lii' r .tiuilllii'i-
II ill llllll ltIUVli i In I Mi' lien' I
I .in i nlfilil. U-m'rn mi t lie Hulling
I umillHoiiH x I k t n i k in id,. Hlri'iimi
Ilul I PUniiril AIihik I'rnilli-nl l.liie mill hike cif Klamath county Oul of
Ths! Will OIr In Miiniifiii Hirer rouileiiy In Mr HIiiiim the iiii'tloln
(hrni I'm tor) Sllf n ntllii i:tn thImimI l ihi- ti-lliT nluitilrl luii Ix-i-n
pln)r nil llullir. Men lAtio (or hiiIihiIUimI for his iiatiiitlnil before
, llimir unit llu.ln.-.. IMiildWi- imtilli nl Ion. fur it lit.ri- illn-ill) upiiti
i I " work Hint lii' Iiiih liiul In IihihI
J here for tlio piiHi seven or eight )iurH
Muring nil of Hint tlm,. he Uis I.U.c.r
Wltli tint ilnilul skepllrhtui ultwi) I '! inmliluiiiisl) mid successfully for
jirrtluiiilnint when tlinrni urn kooiI lb" Inn-rents of the roimty ami whnt
and everyone making uloiny, the Kliiiniilli bus gained In tlm way of
rovelnlloii Hint Kluiuuth fsilln was i Iwlrherli-s. Clilim pheasant, elk,
threatened Willi competition In the ''iull mnl other game that will mnko
nature of ii ni'W rli wi received li ' p-midlse for the fliiinunn nml
,iiiiiii nllli n Miruit mill ii mulli' TIi , im"r. needs no liiiulmory enm
liliw m-eiiis lo eilut among miiiin tlliit ( menu
such n thing tinllkelv. unit Unit' Mr Skmu-' letter follow
Kliiinatll Putin Ik mi unit entuhlMicd
thul It would lin Iiiii'-iMiIi' to Htnri
another town (lint would remit! In
jiny niiili-rliil iIiiiiiiiki' to llin develop
ment of ililii tltv T tin ( iiui lio trim,
ami (In ugnlii. It inny tint be If mi.
,.iJiit Inwn I ntitrti-d It Mill. Wltlllll
M'MANUS TO OPEN
NEW RESTAURANT
I i 'I w li Miiiiiih. who li.in been
ii.i'iiiitti-il in lurloiiH fuTurllli.-it with
ninth nil of i lie rest'iiininlH of this
in nml who operated onu In Mcd-
fonl I i.fur,. uiuilng Ti.'ioVoTm) year
m:n. I'ii taken n IriiHi. on the Joel T
Wind building nt fil'i .Main Street
mi'l will opmi ii grill there nlmiit An-
(ilul IhI I Mm plmis for tl hIiiIiIIhIi-
nu'iil nn miliiio It will he u scml-
infi'ti-ilii iiffnlr. nml will nrcupv the
Iiiim-i unci it iiimt flonm On tln.l
Hit Mill HELL'S
COMMTION I M H.WHI
'
I).
1'ii' Lillet t'p'iri-i from the
hosp.tnl stale that Or Mitchell h
condition Ik unchanged Thoie
wishing to phono ahout hid con
dition should call 437 or 190J.
JOHNSON HAS
i NARROW ESCAPt
GERM SILENT
REE GOER
UNCLE SAM NOW HAS ;
FORTIFIED FRONTIER I
TIHVS ItOIHIKIt, UAMIILI-:it, HKf'K '
LI-SS IHtlVKH AMI OTHi:it
Tinxfss whili: iii:lii(; uvk
Tin-: ni:it.MA.s
Lieutenant Morri L. Johnxon,
li lurmi'iTntii n . .. r
lllin.ir fliw.r- A.. M...I ""-Tii.-uiw.,. . .. ounu in.
liroiiinl floor honm rooklnK nml u. '"" l""",,,!ll" '""- ami nouwnK "'"" ...ui. iur me ivianiaui ue-
iirroiiiiiioiiuiionx aiong mo .Mexican ioi'iiicni company is eari: m mam
bortler, by the 'war department, to uln Fall with many tab'H Connected
ainulloratu the condition of the pa-1 with jils eighteen months stay with
rtol trooim, will give the United i lhe Army of Occupation. Mr. Jolin
Staten Itn first real fortified frontier. Kon left th" United States with th.j
.More than forty border army posts Second company of the Twentieth
hnglners, but because of his iimK'r
J standing of the French InnKur.ge he
1 was transferred from the rank-) of
m 'n lonniTtlon with nlmrl ordri
i.ii: In Hi-rteil Tho scrond floor .vi'l
f:teil mil with tables nii-l In iidill.
..'I Ii. liieHlllIK '.... ilxllnl .I-ill Hit' I.
w II le equipped to rum I'or l.li'i
'1 -1 mid sperlnl .nrlli-M. Ti.i n:iri
lit the new estlllillil melit will .1 i,
'en lleiiil Crlll," mid ihm ( tie
M'ie,i fiintiirei will lie (In ii.-iiiii t
i iii. I in iind hitvIii.; of fish unl .m e
Iri iicht In liy patrons
TREATIfSIGNEflS
Delay in Appointing Dele
gates Causes Uneasiness
MAY BE SIGNED FRIDAY
have already been established.
ELKS TO DELUGE
l'nlei Announcement Is Promptly
Made an ltlmatum Will Re Seat
emandltiK the Appointment ot
Plenipotentiaries Within a Cer
tain Number of Hours.
Dateless dispatch by Associated
tl IM1TU Fll I c
AT CONVENTION "ME
r w. hP HH UW h
Cilllor Herald.
In ) out Injun of yealurdny miiienr
i'il in iirtli'ln iimler the hemlllne,
l.liinimli A i kn Tor More I'luli." that
Ii o ilillriilottHlv file lluil It hoillil
iiul pimi urn hnlleiii'.i'il 'I'he nrtli'le
piilioitM lo i-oiiie from the pi-u of n
JOH.V A.VSKL HACK.
John Ansel, who has been llvlne at ! "le Engineers and sent cliasiiiK wlld-
i A l.i Ifl.nni. t,x- lw. n..u. .1.. .....lv about ttln rnnntr in An l,nrr..u
, has hearkeneil to the rail of the or 8teaI supplies for tho Amerlenn
1 Klumath. und Inst night he dropped i arm'- Ho told of one sad enso where
off the train at the depot with a look ' a Frenchman was tlu proud cwner of ( jreRS rjermany's silence regarding-
ir hatlsractlnn ami it smile that beem. I" W00(1 P"e which the Americans her representation at the Formal
eil to say "Hosh' I'm glad tp get I '""Red to possess; and in order to get slenlne of the Peace Treaty has caus-
back." yul his friends are glad to ll Mr. Johnson was forced to put all jej some uneaslness In Allied confer-
scruples asute anil gamble, the mtieli . Cnce circles, still hoped In Paris that
sought wood away from the unstis- the treaty will be signed by Friday,
pecting Frenchman. ut whether it may go over until the
In speaking of the great things following day now manifestly de
"UV iliil In the world war, the ' pends upon the arrival of the Ger
l.leutrnunt spoke of tho bath he had I man delegates.
In Ma ISIS, the llrst one after bo It Is expected that the new Italian
Ir'ided In November. 1917. Another , delegation, headed by Tomasso
thing which seems to stand out v!v-JTittoni, foreign minister, will reach
Mh Is the egg breakfast be enlow t l;irl nn Frlil.-iv tn rosiunp tlio nrtlvl.
have him among them ugaln
.'ichliTli iiiiTlnhi. hate more n:iu mllU siorlsinnu. but I want to say that he
mnl but fin tnrli'K than Klaiuuth Falls
now Iiiih mill there will be it i'or
t .tint -y Hint It will get nil ot Hie new
ilie III the future. V
In the llrst ilaie the mill Kites will
In- at iot Tin- mutter of rlty tin
a'lnn will be illiulnnteil In a I'l'ilnltf
lacki the Drit eiHi'tillnl of n jiiorti
in ii 1 1 . mnl that Is fiilrpln) He appear
to be rompleti'ly imiii formi'il "a Imnt
inntters In Klmniith Coiiul. i-oiu'eru
lug which i'Mr gooil HpoitNiiimi Ik
fiilitlllnr. Ill fact. The lleiald repre
U'lU.lthe. Ill his pinflire to the Ml
...t.'ii Tli'' btislliesii nettlon of the lulled letter seeiim to bu In the ilmk
nu will bo laiil out ifml the lots sold I ""I' leferelHV lo trout work ill
I'OltTI.ANI) June 2'.
lam S Keiineil) presidi t of tjie
St tie I'lki' asmcl.itlon has reports
from nearly everv lodge of KIl.s In
Oregon assuring a large delegation
for the state roiiw'iitlon of HlkS at
Klnm'tth Falls. August ll-li: )r
Kennedy Iiiik iiipoutiil tleorge O.
Ilr.inilnburg of Portluml lodge ns
I'llll I riititt, .if III., si ll.t ''liAll" ,,n, ,,,!
Among the features that Mr. , Electric company, returiicil yeertlny l.nt I was thrown out of a sM;. ear
llriindenliiirg Is now arraugliig Is a
:7.ll(M) ACHKS XKAH OIKSCKXT,
TO Hi: IIOL'HHT L'XHKIt fl'LTI.
V.lflOX POWKH PLANT TO
in: paht or svstkh
t'K- . islies or the owners of the hen.i
wire not alwnvs I'linsiiliinl
When asked if be h:ul suff-red any
It. J. Sheets, of the Link River wounds .Mr Johnson said: "Well no
Hun ins wue aim oauguier. irom a imu me inn iiiat I lit on niv
tin ee tunes a week. The egg were 'ties of Italy relative to the treaty
obtained by a house to hoii'e canvass. ! with Austria. Dispatches from Ber
The returned soldier Insinuated that i Iln Indicate that the feeling over the
Peace situation still runs high ln-
vaudevllle performnnre on the shores
of Upper Ktamatli lake, where a bar
fishing trip to Crescent, and reports bead is the only tliing'thm sived me
a fine 'trip. He says that some hlgi Honi being mortally Injured." This
in n prue Hint will be just sulllcletil ! Kln.i.iith Count). He states that If u j ,.,.,. , ,, Hl,r,(M, 'Kuch I()(, , ' Improvements are being made In that nperienco gave him courage to at
Herman military circles. Officers
'peak of defending the honor o't tha
Herman army and Its leaders by
adopting special measures.
In roier tile rout If the are resold
nil profit nbon .S per rent on the In-
-nt itifii I goes Into the gelii'rul fund
nf the town, and Is distributed among
lot holders Those who will build
liiitues there will be furnished the
limine at actual con I. mid will lie per
mitted to buy II on (be rent-payment
hinds, the iimortUiitlou plan being
followed All properly Hint Is sold
Hi II hi be sold ill cost, plus S percent III
tereM so far as the owner Is concern
ed ii he sells It for moro than that
thru all over amid aboro that sum
m be distributed pro rata among
Hie other property owners.
Ideal mill sites wlll.be laid out, and
this Is believed by t tin promoters to
be n stiltlcleut Inducement to attract
prospective, mauufaciurers.
This Is a rough outline ot the pro
posed iinw town ns outlined by one I-
-of the men who Is , bucking the
iiHiwincnt. It Is to be one of the
cardinal principals that there shall
be no prollt accruing In mi) one It
Mill be In tho nature of u co-operative
enterprise; free, however, from any
Utopian handicap. Several sites have
already been looked over, mid a ten
tative selection made of two
Them arn, however, men who urn
viewing this propoHod new town with
tlm surlous rnnsldnriHInn II deserves.
Various suggestions havo been made,
I'Ut Ilm mot general one thul the time
is at hand when Klamath Falls must
liiivn a Commercial Club and a sec
"tary, tho duty of tho Inttr being
t go out and get factory sites; to do
for the factories what they propose
doing for themselves. Of course, It
111 not bo posslblo to get sites as
cheaply as they Could bo secured In
tlio now lown.'buf they could lin hum
iiored down to u point whom tho
Klcn would bo acceptable to prospect
ive mill men, If this can ho done at
nn early duto It may havo thg effect
of stopping a movement that will
Rlvo to Klamath Falls one ot tho
liardost of tho many hard blows she
ls hod during tho past fifteen yoars,
rod mid gun club, or some such or
giitllziitlou, could be tutiltttiilited.
"Klmnulh will soon luivu Its own
iinii-oer.v. lie linen mil scum in Know ,j (it(,t
...... .v.m.imi. v ....my mis .wo trout I ,,. , tr,,,R )Illnl)0(I ,1V the coll
iiaii-ueries. one at Mpenrer rreoK mm
i the state will furnish one net.
I Automobile trips to Crater lake,
the Modoc lava beds and to a score
scenic wonder spots are
part of the country.
A big Irrigation system, that will
, take In 27,000 acres, is being built
In tvvn branches, nr of which Is
I nearly completed. The water will
one on Crooked Creek, near Fort
Klamath, the latter the fluent trout
huti'herv 'n the State, whine the
I-'IkIi and Hmue Commission has spfiit
$ I'll. (Mu for site, buildings ami eiillp
menl. This hatchery has a capnclt)
of 1,000.000 eggs anil we are also
holding mid feeding .". o.iHlo brood
trout In I ho ponds
Tlm communication refers to the
trout eggs to be taken at Diamond
Lake anil shipped to other parts ot
vent Ion committee. In Klmunlh Falls
j during the convention a 'niardt gras"
I spirit will pievail with a dozen bauds
to furnish music and dancing nightly
I on the streets
(Continued on Page H)
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PECORD MAY REFEREE
CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT
TOLEDO. June 2.". Ollle Peenrd.
oi Toledo, will bo referee of tho Wll
lard Dcmp.sey fight' according to an
unofficial announcement made hcio
toda).
tempt driving himself, and before ho
was provided with a driver Tie hil a
''ictiili row. which h,. thlnr.s landed
ii Cen-iany; scared a Frenchman
I" death; ran into a flock of sheep
come fiom the Derhutes river, work. "I"1 l'l,t ' Ford car In the tllfrTi. One
being done under the Carey act. wnders how the Hermans held out
Mr. Sheets sa.vs that the people as lo"K as they did.
are very enthusiastic over their Irrl-1 Johnson Is decidedly opposed (()
gatlun system, as well as over a wat- l,rhlhltlon and will more than likely
er power site, situated at Prlngle j re,ur" ,0 France after July first
Falls. When this Is developed 10.000, ''"Ptuln Marlon Nine and Lieuten-
horse power will have been harnessed , ""' ,oll"so were together for some
for the use of man.
PARIS. June 2.-.. If the Allle.r
powers do not hear from Hermany
j very soon rejnriiu.K uie oeieguiiu
, for signing ot the Peace Treaty, an
ultimatum will be sent to the Her
man government, according to ParU
office renter's dispatch demanding
the appointment of the plenipotenti
aries within a certain number at
hours.
M
MKDKOHO II.
P. O. H.
IIOXOH SOI.DIUHS.
H
iH'.Ltur pih:.ui.s Tiivr phksi-
HUNT WILL SUSPKXI TIIH
PltOVISIOXS OF TIIH PltOlllltl.
TIOX LAW AITIIll PKACI': IS
ih:ci.ahi:i
WAHIIINHTON. I). ('., June 2.',
President Wilson 1ms In mind tho Is
sunnro of a proclamation declarlu:;
the army of tho United Slates demo
bilized when Hermany signs the
nea i e trnty.
Ouiinnry Is oxpoctod to sign tho
treaty next Monday, It alio signs It
on that dato, or before tho Juno 30,
ai'd tho presldetft Issues his procla
mitiou if il.jiiioblllzmlmi, tl'.i 'tsults
vi'i Pi Hat prohlblttiin will It i-t-
I'oned tinlli thu cnnstlt iHii't.il -inirid-
mm' laheti rrect noxt Jmii.ary
This bl,itil,v important ItiLirmnilon
was obtained from sources close to
tho Whlto Ilnuse, It muy bo rolled
upon ns representing tho prermt
stuto of the president's mind, and a
certain forecast ot his action, unions
soiuo unfnrsoen difficulty develops to
clmngo his decision,
, .Tlio .proBldant K sold to .bo actu
ated by-a -variety ot motives, He Is
said to uolleve that it would only ho
fair to tho Interests affected to allow
I them additional time to wind up'
WKATHKH RKPORT their affairs, Moreover, such action
Oregon Tonight and Thursday, I would ease the revenue situation and
fair centle westerly wiads. I lighten the b'urdeu ot taxatlou, j
MKDFOUD. June 24 The biggest
event In Itogue IHver valley's Klk-
doiu In )e.irs was staged in Medtord,
time, trying to persuade Frenchmen
to work In cold weather.
In relating his sufferings during
the great war, the returned warrior
said, that he was In Paris onlv one
i day was flat broke and couldn't get
any credit, it being the day before
Christmas and the banks were closed.
Mr. Johnson will make his home in
'. j Klamath Falls from now on as ho
XOW KNOWS THAT ONK OK THE wl" take Mrs- A- J- Voye's position
CONDITIONS OF PEACE CALLS !'n the ""tJ" Assessor's office. Mrs.
I FOR HIS SCHHENDER TO THE i 'ol",so "'"' hU small daughter will
PARIS, June 23 Vp to 4:45 thla
afternoon no official word was re
ceived here regarding Germany's
plans on the formal signing ot the
Peace Treaty. The Peace Conference
leaders were undlsguisedly perplexed,
over the situation.
TN
Ei
ALLIES
last Friday afternoon and evening
with Elk's present from all parts ot j
the county, Inclujlliig the largo con
tingent of members of the local lodge . "rmany's acceptance of tho peacol
from Hrants Pass, and with the Ash-I tl"s. including tlio clause provm
Join him hero in the near future.
AMRRONOEN. June 2fi. News of WINNIPEG STRIKES
COMES TO AN END
land lodge as Invited guests.
Med ford lodge of a class of 12," mem
bers, tho last of 200 new members to
bo Initialed. The membership ot the
Medford lodge Is now S00 men.
lug fo rthe delivery of the former! vmmsiplg, June 25. Formal
ti... ,.,!,. fr h.i. nun t.' emperor to the allies, reached tho1 announcement was made todav bv
outburst was tho initiation by the cnstlo late yestrday. Exactly how,no Winnipeg strike committee that
the former emperor was affected l"v general strike here will end to
cannot bo ascertained, but tho attl-j morrow. The strike committee as
tttdo of the members of his party led serted in a bulletin Issued at 11
to tho belief that It was considerable 'P'clock this morning that the strike
of a shock. Tho former monarch ro- was called off, when the government
GRATER LAKE TO
N N
SPARROW AND MOMVKR RE
LIEVE THAT TOURISTS MAY
VISIT THIS CELERRATED
SCENIC POINT AFTER -U'LY 1
HKftlPRKV IIU8V TRAININO.
TOLEDO, Juno 24. Jack Doinp
Sny. challenger for hoavy weight
championship of ( tho world spont
his 24th birthday here today artlvo
y training for the coming tight
v"h Wlllard.
GRAIN HANDLERS WILL
ASK FOR HIGHER PAY
suuied
hour.
his logsawltig at the usual
PORTLAND, Juno 25. Grain
handlers today notified tholr employ
ers that they will seok a now wage
schedule when the prosont agree
ment expires, on July 1st. The pres
ent wage Is 75 cunts per hour. It is
oxpocte dthat a considerable Increase
will bo sought.
.IUDOE CHAPMAN
CELEHRATE8 RIRTHDAY.
ROBBERS MAKE BIG
HAUL IN PORTLAND
N, J, Chapman, tho esteemed Jtts
Hco of the Peace, celebrated his
birthday this year with a dinner par
ty at the Owl cafo. The guests were
unablo tbTdlscoVer fiU "exact age, 'but
his tioaf est friends say that the Jus
tlce wrltos It "21 plus",
Those present at tho party wero.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W, Eberllen,
Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Graham, Dr, and
Mrs, I.yle, Mr.JIelde and Mr. Chap
mau's son, George,
PORTLAND, Juno 25. Thirty thou
sand dollars In non-negottablo secur
ities Were stolen between Saturday
night and Monday morning from
the vault in the office ot tho Ham
mond Lumber company here, the
pollco announced today. Tho rob
bers worked the combination ot tho
safe.
promised to name a committee to
make an Investigation regarding tho
reinstatement of workers. The gov
ernment announced last night that
tho strike was called off unconditionally.
RUVS NEW REO.
Captain J. H, Curnahan, attorney
for the City o( Klamath Fulls, Is the
latest to Join the extensive Reo fam
ily In this county, having purchased
one of these popular cars from C.' L.
McWIlllams yesterday.
COUNTY COVIr MEETS.
The County Court is in session at
tha Court House thla afternoon,
MUCH LUMRER HAULED
ON NEW RAILROAD.
Hurry Ackley made a trip to the
Swan Lake District today. He re
ports that good progress Is being
mado on the logging railroad which
the' Ackley Brothers are bultding
from the Strnhorn line to tap tholr
timber in that district. A large
amount of lumber is now .being haul
ed In on the Strahorn line, he says,
m
JAIL HAVING HOUSECLEANINO.
The County Jail which was found,
upon inspection, to be insanitary, is
being renovated, and tha Sheriff's of
fice is of the opinion that Allen
Sloan, who Is In charge of the work,
will need renovating himself, after
the job is finished.
MEDFORD. June 25. The Crater
Lake tourist season will open on July
1st, ecoiding to Mnnager Parkbu-st
of the Crater Lake company, Aler
Sparrow superintendent ot C.Mt-.T
Lake National Park, and H. Momyar.
park r.iiif,ti who are Medtord v'a-
Uurs,
The) reported that the road Is
open now to within 1 V-j miles ot this
side of the lake, and that between,
this point and the lake the average
depth ot snow is from three to four
feet, and at places there is a 10-foot
depth. The road will be opened
within a tew days to the lake rim,
and after July 1st autos can easily go
to the lake rim.
' The hotel lodge at the rim is read
tq receive visitors, and the stages
between Medford and Crater Lake
will begiu operating on July 1st.
HERE FOR VACATION.
Miss Winifred Wlnnard, who for
merly taught tn the Central School
in this city and who now teaches la
Portland has arrived from that point
on her way to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. E. Wlnnard of LangeR
Valley. She will visit at the home ot
her sister, Mrs. Fred E. Fleet for
few days before going to LaageU
Valley. -