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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1919)
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I OFFICIAL PAPER
Thirteenth Yoar No. 3,658
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1919
Price, Five Cents
Escape From Internment
On Zuyder Zee
gVmr Term Will IU- Slgnrtl Nuliir
iln)'i .Irronlliill " l.wlrl Athlic.
Sen l'lmn (ieimiiii Situation
.SipI linprotmldi1 I Uriiifr liin.
M-ror M) ANii ( UixK lo UN
I'AUIH, Jlllin 2S I'teilertrl. I'l
dam llolinixollwrn, former ijeriiuiii
fiwli Prime has escaped front llul- !
Inl'.l llllll tierilllltl) Till' llt'tt nf It'
..upt linn oatleil oimltli'r.tlilp lr
In .uii cimfereiite tire lea Tin- i"
1 regarded u of rotmlitxriililf ik
nifi.eltre hi )lew other liermiin
nli ilriini y IiIiiIh u hit It lime . hi
from Herman) It liln t ! ptit '
,luh Hint Urn mllliiirv ruste the'
tt..tllil llnl III' IKlttTlH' i" lirinc'i'i:
,ii .ml a iiilllltir) ulitiittlim within .'.
j. iimr empire Ilml would miliar-.
in liii' in pulling irwii iii'n i'l
tut mill it ''m nut lniprnlmlil'1
tluii tlic iiwui b n Crown Prince I
. .Kin. iril miiiip mirlt it iliin. He n
...'. Iliillmiil mMiti after the Armlt-
ilir .i mgniMl nnd wn Interned uti
I tin.; Wlcrlgoti III 7.ililer '.
V, 8HIN(i-ii.N'i lune S - t'liufl-
l.i' il repot' tiiitt lh former
nun ' iiiite Ai'.d itlun ptob.ibly for-jlliil
iiier t.eruiaii Kiiinernr would ntteiutil
I., n-enter C.ermnu after hIriiIiik
H I. me Trn.il) hni been tucelwd.
I'AKIS, June irt. -Germany 1ms
I. i notified in a note sunt todii)
li) the Allies that they pnnsnnx th'n
rlitbl lo punish Mich permm an lire
ri'Kpiiiilhl" for dent nut inn of German
tthlps mill to collet t repaiiillou. Tin i
Jinking of the fleet In ili'iniiiiit etl ii
Mnltitlnil of the uriulstlre ami
lirciu h of tiie pence cotldltloun.
I'AUIS Jitni' 2t5 Kfforts arc he
lug nuitle toiln) lo arrango for the
tinning of tho Peatii Treaty ut :i
o'clock Kaltirility nflernoon. The
Council (if (lireti Is apparently satis
fled with hiiiiiI official- nssuraticos
that (hu GermaiiH will hn on hand.
TRYING TO REVIVE
INTEREST IN BASEBALL
'Immle" Clark mid -mt)' lover
of baseball In this ell) ntiuvrf him. Is
Ktilng lo irv mill put Kliiiiinih K.iMh
in Hut linmilnill map, rml wl'li Hint
entl In litw-liii has rented l he Motrn
Hull for iifturilav nights with n low
l giving danens there, the piii'.-cls
to ho iihuiI for the benefit '.f the
IiiihoIioII cluh. Prior lo Hi-) war thl
city was nhlo lo support n first I'iss
-lnl. nnd It Is Clark's hope Unit tie
ftuino thing can bo dono again. Thero
In plant)' of goml material here, and
if ho gets tho mipport his efforlH tie
unrves, llion hn will whip n team Into
shopo nnu once more clean up tho
HKNI), June -. Fifteen rimclies
lioldlng upproxlmntnly 3q00 acres of
lnnd liolwoen Plalnvlow nnd Turn
lo, have perfected plans for tho or
ganization of on Irrigation district,
nnd proposo to spond $25,000 In tho
construction of canals and rosorvolrs.
Tho district Is a portion of tho flec
tion controlled by tho old Snow Crook
IH MITCHm,TH CONDITION'.
" " Thoro Is no change In tho ann-
dltlon of Dr. Mltoholl, It being
practically tho same ns at 3
o'clock yostortlay. Ho 1b, how-
oyer, much hotter than he wus
durlne the night i '
Uncie sun Strikes Quick as Mexicans Threaten
Cnrlp Hnm in I in; nnd I nrlo
fla.n In l!H:i U nmoCllns clin
;jIii. him barn fottrtl out by
ft.'ilcan revolutlnnnry Icnlcri,
rmiclm Vllln In parllculnr lllrny
liullolii from Mexican gum klllml
ii.it nnd Injured Bovurnl Atnorl
n In Kl I'aio, Thus, acrota tho
Itio (Inutile from Junrui, Mexico,
iiri MJ Oen Do Honey r Ct
bull, coiiiiiinmtpr of tlmlJ a bor
I'DltTI.VM) Jinn- :' rivttig l.
,111 Hie ptipillitr belief it ei hit'uul
oiin : ii ine mid n good uiator t i 1 11
,-i,i( think, a iluredi-WI ndteniiirer
; inkliiK IiIh life In IiIb Ii:iuiIh at each
.niii'euslou with a (.inrln.it Ion for, or
mibllmu disregard of ilwiignr truly
'wonderful lo the eiirtli-liounil mind
llm line nvlator doing, crx-dlt to
ihls vociitlon Is the routrniy of this.
WatMin. who visited Portland recent-
. .. ..-.. ...
iy in command oi tno Biuaniou m
oi my plunes that did honor lo this
)eiir's Hose Festival. It was in Col-
onel Watson's airplane that Gov. 01-
cott miide his trip last week to Coll-
The worthiest spirit of a good iivl-
nior In tin hi tla)H, Colonel Watson
states, Is disployvtl not In lerMess-
liens of danger, hul in Its moldance
An accident Is not metely u inlsfor-
tune. It Is it fault that could, at least
In most cases, have been molded,
Mou of Colonel Watson's typo are
arilenl belleteiH III a safe ami sane
future for the art of fl)lng mill the
I'nltetl Suites government N doing
iiiiich by legulntlng and by encour- Thrre nre a uuiiiIkt of other very Im
aging to further this end. nortnut mutters which are to come
This Is well Instanced by the re-
tfiit passage of tint Atlantic ocean
by seaplanes adequately guarded by
W'arsll I H. as IIISII IKlllSlietl Iltllll Hill
. . .. ., . . l .1...
heroic exploit of the two British
aviators who, unaided and alone,
pressetl their way thru the fog and
Moot from Newfoundland to Ireland
at continuous and Imminent danger
to lOelf lives.
fi.i... .i,.,. ,.f f,,i,..i ii'iui, .....i
'I he theory or Colonel ntso'i a'lil
.,,1... -...ini...... ia ii.ni fivinir run unit'
ntlit) rnvlntoiH is that Iling lan oni)
i t .,. i... .f ...,i
Liiinu linn f....... ... ..n.j ...... .... ... .....
and commorclul value lo peaceful
communities by making It nafo.
Kvery avoidable risk .when run, Is
consequently reprehensible, and the
merely Hpeclaculur flying Is a do-
trlmont to the advancement of tho
science, But lunguiigo Is often con-
fusing uml hero Is a good Instunco In
point for tho usual so-called "stunts"
, ., , ,,
ara In reality no such thing, rhoy
nro tho pructlco of cortaln manou-
vera necessary to offlclout flying
nnd nro Intended to Insure safety,
not to dofy dongor. For It seems that
undor bad air conditions, or in 8tor-
my weathor an airpiano may no toss-
od about .turned over or thrown on
end ot any tlmo, and tho pilots must,
bo trained by constant practice to
right tholr machine without dlffl-
culty. Looping the loop, and tho certainly thriving there. During this, fifty-seven varieties of cereals and
noso dive aro no'moro than this. Tho8ununor alone $140,000 will be putlthls misunderstanding entitled her to
tall spin, which a year ago was a
much dreaded dangor, Is something
that may happen to a piano In any
flight. Honco pilots are now not al-j
lowod charge of an army machlno
until thoy can, without difficulty, go
,'nto and como out of a tall-spin with
"" tf not wlt" comfrt' It Is in
reality a safety first method of get.
T; ' & Tclitc Angeles I - 3 WOrVTl "VA 1
der gunrd. orderrd an advance of
American Infantry, cavalry and
artillery across tho Itlo Grande at
rtvn polnta onto Mexican aoll to
meet the An,toles-VIIIa troops
which wc-o thon cdrtnelaj on
ting the plane out of an itherwine
dangerous pusii.o.i mto which It
may be ihroun at un time The ar
in) ii'gulntioiiK pi rh, rllie that all
( iiiilliiuril mi I'iici' H)
MEET THIS EVE
I'l-.I'VIt V'lltiN I (lt ( ('i:.VIIO.V
)i:.M.Ms. A'ITi:.Ml..Nvi. F
a i.i. .Mi;.Miti:its ii;ivi: roit
SAIA'A'IIO.V AltMV (IV
With the big state conv.ltlon of
n,t. j, p 0 K Ilou. otllv ., tPW WOeks
off, antl ,. ,)rlxv for ,, Salvation
Army now under full swln in Mam-
n,, i.-all. the nillclaU o.' the local
of ,0Jh j xw rounlrv these (tay.
lodge are about the busiest Lunch
Kxaliod lliiler (.'laience L'lulerwond,
,, j8 mipposetl to operate n ph.ir-,
mry n (,0 dtj, i,as been absent so
much that he had to Inquire the ij'()"
I 1P0RTJNT ELK
t() luo ostabllsliinent this moniliiG,, marches and accompaniments for the
according to roport. , l following songs which were siwig be-
Applications for membeish'p lnt'ttl'p ,ne contests of the different
this enterprising and patriotic order Kratles: The opening song, "Wher-
are now rapidly being receded, anillper we F1-v 01' Olory". was heautl-
a huge number aro to be acted upon,' fu"-v rendered by the children, as
nt ti1L, regular meeting, which Is to ! wp" a" tM "Sw-lnglng Song" "Colum-
i, iiolcl at the Temple this evening. 1 1,la" a"'1 1"'0'" nongs.
for si,,.,-!.,! attention by tho mom-!
..rKliIii. nnd it Is urged that every
m(.mi,or bo on hand. .
. . - 1
T ,,, ,1,. v.. f.n- fim.la r.ii- Mm Rnlv-n.i
tlon Army Is now going ahead under m,,or aml UnaUy taUxer ""halt
tll(! chairmanship of It. C. Crocs-' lmi1 ,0 rosort t0 1,is ow" vocabulury,
bl,ck. A ,nrBe ,)art of 10 ,nwn ,lM;hecnuo the time was growing short.
been rnllVasse.l by those who appre-l ",ul ,he visitors were getting uneasy
,, R. work lnt ,in8 ,lcen done'"" accou"t ,f !'10 a""r"ach of ,uc"
nd Is constantly being done by this1 ,hou'- n'nnco Is something
. ., ... I.eadore will look back on with ven-
great ordor. Many sections ot tho
. . , , , , , ' geunce, for It was the word that he
Ht tit t have alreatly reported com- " ,, , .
........ , ... -- taileiX to remember.
iHi'iiug mo quoia assigncu iuuui, aua
t a ,0eved that Klamuth's quota,'
Whlch Is $2,.ri0ft, will he secured bo-
(0re-1,0 C0fl0 0f tjl0 campaign,
BUILDER OF CITY
GIVES SAGE ADVICE
when tho train pulled out this
monilng It carried with It a builder
of cUIoh. A. U. Harlow, who has beeu
paying Klamath County n visit. Mr
Harlow In from Grenada, California,
a llttlo city In tho Shasta Valley
which was built by tho promoter.
Besides having tho distinction of
having built tho city ho Is tho proud
owner of tho only Irrigation system
there. His canal takes care of 20,000
acres of farming land.
j(r. Harlow says that business Is
into buildings. A big cheese fftCtor
is undor construction at tho present
tlmo,' as well as a bank building,
twenty houses nnd a Union Oil
Mr. Harlow says, "Klamath Falls
would bo a fine place,
would atop quarreling and settle'
down to a peaceful exlstenoa."
pi 1'iis up tiii. n:i:i iii:iit
.i uirMV im:oi: tiii.ii: aiiii-
ITY TO s'i:i.l.. IMtlKi: AWAidi-
Thf great! t 01 thographical battle
aer stagetl' In this city occurred at
tin S.icred Heart Academy this morn-
lug, when tho children of the vari
ous grades, demonstrated that It w is ;
necessary to pick words from higher ,
grades in order to find ones difficult
enough to knock dowrr the young-
Marshall conducted the'nffalr. and It
was plain to be seen that he was fac-'
. . i
mg a problem that pftjilexed him
more than the wordM the'cjiildren
the facT fiat 'ie did not have pock-
ets full of cartwheels with 'wyca tu
reward all of tho contestants.
An Interesting program w.is given
Instrumental and vocal music being
rendered by the pupils of the
pn-- Elizabeth linmsby played tlV
I lie result or the contests Is as fol
KlB"t crade- First prlte, Murr..
Hannen: Second, Leadore Gerrue,
Tllls was a ,ia,t,e ro-val- Tho wrds
Tlr flirt nllvltlM nr.l.ln 1l.nl t.rt nflnnl rtn I
"- -" i'" "" "" c"c" ""
Seventh grade: First Cecil Matt;
Second, Charles Hellly,
Catastrophy is tle word that
Charlos will not soon gorget, for It
Is the one that wrecked his hopes.
Sixth grade: First, Klizaheth Itam
sby; Second, Ituth Moorman Third,
George's chivalry would not permit
him to walk off with the prize from
nun to wins, uii wuii iiiu prize irom
the glr,8i aml atter sl)olll1B ,
everyone was getting tired he
.houeht that "svllahln" wnuhT im n
BOod word to trip on and he went
jown wt, honors flying. Father
Marshall suspected tho rush, and
gave htm a special prize, anyway.
Fifth Grade, First, Blanche Stev
ens Second, Dorothy Gates; Thid,
Constance got mixed on ono ot the
the special prize awarded her.
Fourth grade, First, Anita Ryan:
Second, Ada Ball; Third, Wendoll
Holmes, and David Totten.
All ot the words In this grade were
exhausted, and Father Marshall re
sorted to the fifth grade speller to
find a word with a punch strong
enough to land a winner. Wendell
! ami Oavlil follow i-U tlif chivalry of
ficorKf Conor, and after proving
their ability, resigned In favor of Un
fair contcRtantH. There was practi
cally no difference between the fooya,
and they were given a special prize.
When this point was reached. It
l wan discovered that a change would
I have to he made In the program, for
me tots or me nrst grade vero fall
ing asleep, watting for Father Mar
shall to find words hfg enough to
down the grown-ups. Consequently
they were brought forward, and af
forded a great deal of enjoyment, as
well as amazement over their prof!-1
clency. These children never attended
school before last September, and
HitiilllintnnillHif t llm n nn !rtntl
was closed for nearly four mouths on !
account of the Influenza, It too!r
"whooping-cough" to down Mary
Ward, and she has nothing to be ash
amed of, for many grown-ups there
are who hate left the hyphen out of
First Grade, First, Mary Ward;
Second, Elmo Pearson; Third Hubert
Totten; Fourth, Margaret Rail.
Third grade. First. I.oralne I.aven
ik: Second. Itamona Ball.
Cher four hundred words were
'used before this grade was disposed j
of, and It looked for a w7ille as U the I
I .. .. ., .- i. i i. i
i tlicuonary wouiu nave m ire uiuugui
! Into u-e to plrk the winner.
Second tirade. First. I.etltla Kirk,
and I(i-"eph Kirk.
Tin- is the first yeiir for the pupils
of this grade, the members having
made the two grade this term. It
was a hopeless task to down this
brother and sister, and after spend
ing a good denl of time trying to do
so. Father Marshall finally decided
to dhide the first and second prize?
The prizes for penmanship were as i
follows Margaret Schubert,
i (ioddard. Florence Klliott. Mary 511
vas. Itamona Uall and I.aura Gerrue
Rarely iylll an organization meet
with the hospitality offered the Wo
man's Improvement Club, at the
atud-'ranch home ot Mrs. Martin Green
yesterday afternoon. This was a
regular meeting of the club, and ev
ery member who found It possible to
do so came, and brought prospective,
members, who joined before the dayi "" "" ""
was over. I With a crash and roar that could
The country luncheon proved such' be heard for miles, the 3am across
a success that plans will be made for Sprague river, that had been install
similar meetings from time to time. ed by Charles Otey for use in his
It Is believed that the women, whoso logging operations, gave way about
homes are In tho country, will prove six o'clock last evening. An Immensa
tho most enthusiastic members of
There were several important sub-
members who drove to the Green
ranch were tho Mesdames Bratton,
Winnek, Jacobs, Bogardus, O'Lough
llu, Robinson, Beynolds, Deeringer,
Arena, Powers, Pools, Otey, Edmonds,
L'lrlch, Delzell and JUss Waive Ja
cobs. Mrs. II. . Reynolds was named a
Jocts taken up. and committees nam-,' P lne river, snot lorwaru wua
ed to look Into tho advisability ot lightning speed. A party of fisher
protlng them. As these things de-' mea i,lst beIow tl,e ,,am were caught
velop. notice will be given so that aml a11 but one bare escaPed with.
members may attend en masse, and tlleIr llves' 0ne' a man nameJ Mun
see why certain needed llnprove- n. and who has been Identified with
inents ar not enforced. Among tho tho ""'"""ing business in this sec-
committee of one to try and get the ,0 Mr otey who wflg Ju3t geU,ng t9
Editorial Association to come to pont whorfl h,s oueratIons wer,
como to Klamath Fans. worklnB smoothly. He went lmmedi-
An executive board was appointed! ateIy to the site of the dam and ga
by the chair. The members afe: Mntarl-,pHons fnP rna,r,.. .hfi hrMfc
Mesdames Bratton, Winnek, Rey
nolds, Jacobs, Roblson, Ed Martin
The informal dancing party that
the Womans' Relief Corps is giving
lor returned army, navy and Mar
ine men, will be given as scheduled.
The Corps asks especially., that men
who are strangers here will come,
as this will bo an excellent opportun
ity for them to get acquainted. For
tho first hour the reception commit-flly
tee will devote Its time to making
people acquaintd with each other,
The women promise all a good time,
so be sure and come. I
PLAN IP TO
Leave Tomorrow Afternoon
for Get-Acquainted Jaunt
BANQUET AND DANCE
Another of the Many Excursions to
He Taken This Year Will Leave
for the Metropolis of Northern
Klanrath County, Where the Busi
ness Men Will lie Kntertalned 1a
The Business men of the city will
leaie tomorrow' afternoon for Fort
Klamath on one of the many excur-
ulnnu tn h heir! this vpar. The nur
pose of these jaunts will be to bring
about a closer business aniTpersonal
relationship between the residents or
the various sections of the county.
with the end in view ot uniting tha
county back of. any move that will
work for the greater benefit of iu
-The party will leave the Hotel Hall
' at 4 o'clock in the afternoon and will
reach the Fort in time to partake ot
j an elaborate banquet that will be
prepared by the people of the hust-
II II..I. . ...l ...t.lAl ...111 tu.
Iluo lime IUWI tuu wuitu m no.
' served at 7 o clock. Following tna
i banquet there will be a grantl TiaU -j
and other meal!? of entertainment.
and the promise Is that It win be one
j of the enjoyable events ot the Busl-
ness men's Association that will b
J long remembered.
Music for the ball will be furnished
by the Peerless Orchestra.
numuer ot logs were stored aoor
the dam and these, with the large
body of water that "had been backed
lion tor a numoer oi years as a grau-
er was drowned. His body has not
been recovered. It is believed that
he must have been hit with one o.j
the logs, as he was known as an ex
pert water dog, and would surely
have escaped unless seriously injur
TIia lironk will he n sprlnue In
and gathering together the 1 og
which were scattered over n wide
No definite Information as to th
full Identity of Mr. Munson, who was
drowned could be gathered today.
RODERICK SMITH RETURNS.
Last night's train had as one ot
Its passengers a surprise for Mr. and.
Mrs. Sam Smith, In the person oC
their son Roderick. He has been tn
France with the 32nd Engineers fo
nearly a year and though the fa
had received word of his arrival
In San Francisco, he was not em-
pected home tor a few days yet. HI-
many friends will be glad to
come him back to Klamath Fall.