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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1919)
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OFFICIAL PAPER 01l
Thirteenth Year No. 3,661
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1919
Price, Five Cento
U.S. TROOPS HIJKKYINCJ INTO MKXICO OVKR PONTOON BRIDGE HASTILY
THROWN ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE. I
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fuliiro status of Turkey iiiiim be
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NOTED AUTHOR COMES TO KLAM
ATH FOR Till: PURPOSE OF
FISHING AMI GATHERING RA
TA FOH NEW STORY
Announces it Will Abide by
Decision of N. Y. Cou-
"With the object of gathering data
that will form the basis of a story '
about the Klamath Country. Zane , WILL NOT PROSECUTE
Grey, the famous author, has come '
f this Lounty ami Ik spending part Eletcnth Hour Decision of the Gov
ernment umcinm .ncniii i nai ier-
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WASHINGTON, June 30. The De
partment of Justice today sent In
structions In to all wet territory that
city, among them being "Tho'n,- n,.., ,-.,,.. u-n,.i,i .,i,i,i t,v th
Within ten MUiiiilcK afti.r llrigii GOO I ihIcmI States troops hud cross , reason for the speed of the advance ' Riders of the Purple Sago," "Til's recent decision in a test case in New
Ml tin' hinder lo disperse thn Villa is shown here
of his time at Rocky Point. With Mr
Grey Is Mrs. Grey and the children.
his seru-tary and his brother. It. C.
lorvv Mr Grey, who is perhaps the
jmost porular author of modern tlms,
I aivl many of whose stories have bwn
jscteened at the Liberty Theatre in
eragc. Hating Not More Tliaa
Tuo unci Three-Quartern Percent
of Alcohol Can Still be Sold.
ill'-r Gi'iii'ial Jntiii'H II Krln
Ti u ti tuininrin lirdliri. Man 'ii the Onen." and "The Rainbow -.i, i .,1.1 . .... j i
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i,iw-n ..mi. ii ,-!, iiuiinKiM iiik me inruHii iicross ino uio uranuu vy ii.m. i imiiiiuniiij en muiii.mi ers se)ng beverages containing not
"'" "r,l"r '" '"'"'"" Into Mfxlro 3,-IIi.h of ri'slili'iits of i:i Paso One the Klghth Engineers. -m to -.vH'e about the Klamath Countrv more tnan two and three-auarters
with Its long history of legends ard , ,,ercent alcohol. This will apply to
Ktirrlnc events, and it Is doubtful if 11(;Ilt wlnos antl beers-
.i:i:iti, who iiti)i:iti:i)
I . S. 'JISODP.S INTO MI.MCO.
(in i (.iti( i i n in i Hi' m-
is m mi. (,iini i-ittr.i i .s
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Ihe people of this section would v."'.b1i
for a more able pen than Zane fin. s
to weave into one of the delightful
rill I rnp riri n t,i!cj :,c' a'wa8 w-"itcs some ot tnu
I" IM 1 I II ' I II I I ! 1,":'l'Ic,It'i connected with the erfly
Lt2 i L!!3J 1 tLLL?,djs of the Klamath Valley. Ho Is
il l ti K II Hi'
mi' in vn'irilig
HIS ICE PI.IT
I KATOHIM'OU. .'tin 3 '--Frl
ilm iirn.t of Kulinn rwlatU opcrat ' T..hopwt ..r.. I iti,fi po onn 1
,i.B in l'i.. Ilcnil of tho Hon Klvor '"" "' v'rw of on. liundrod and,
ipt'ir-d four thfiUMlid HoUheMhl twenty tit ti.ii .iiinn. foot on the l.i;:
Tin. Don Cosuni-lss. who iviiuin .moisii. i-.. ii. i nomnu. i o n
norlliwnril. tptiir"l '' Agriculturist, repnrt.-il up in .in
ami throe nrniorcd "'"" '",," 'hero lain bnturdH.- .ift-
i eriiiiiin 'I be meu who havo tla.. .
tlandn IimimmI. RRslsttxl by t!lu lmliuu
'Agency, ccntlered the foruiul.i Wi.-J
, iwiilny mid by Friday Iho poxls .ro'
ii. .irly dead In the poldoucd nrnr '
I Mmi and material wore no tcarvn
that thn whole iiiarili wnn nut ntie
ucr tlth the poison but net '-c.ar
men will be at work to rid tho ronn-
jtr of the nrnssliopper from the tine
It liatehes until f'.ll. i
ItuporlH hiiM1 romc In frni.i the'
I-., no iJIstiii-t to the eff.-.-t I'l'l llU'V
li'iii- i-l)ll-i'l rid llirms.-'tis of llin
g'.i 'shopper P'-st. for this jeiir al
bust Tile fiirmers In Unities Vnlle '
are at worK In their fleld.s with the.
fot I ii il In and Ihev expect to protect
t'le greater part of their hay. Mr
ThoimiH lei'ves this morning for 'I he
Tille Lake dlstrlrt where reportH have
' (Mime In regarding the swarms of
I grasshoppers Infesting tli." hay fields
' The formula 'ielng used ran be
sowed without danger to cattle or
horses If rain Is taken not lo scatter
It In lumps or piles. The mixture
used Is as follows' Mill pniindH of
brand, 4 0 pounds of dry sawdust
This makes ei'iiul parts by bulk K
pounds of white arsnlck Mix these
three dry Ingredients together. 24
lemons, I pounds of salt, 2 gallons of
thick molasses. Gilnd the lemons In
meat chopper and mix with mollis
ses. Add the dry and wet mixtures
with 10 or in gallons of water. Ho
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p'jvsf sscd of a pleasing, whole-souled,
glad-to-meet you-personnlity and has
the happy faculty of putting Its im
print Into his stories.
I So great has become the demand '
1 lit st entry Into the automo- for his stories in pictured form thnt I
I k Hi-ld of this city is the Crow-Elk- ' lias decided to embark on the pro- '
b..rti the agency for which hns been ducton of the films under his per-1
t ik.ii ' Charles Donort. This Is the 'nal dirtctlon. and wh that end In ;
Ti-t .Mitranee of this well known view ha organized the Zane Grey J
in i , it.tn this territory, but it Is r'ctu- Corporation wh'oh will in.
no .-i iij-r to the owners of mac'i- future handle all of the films of his
ines f ir it hn a reputation, thnt has stories.
r, .mi. i-iuled for It the cloe attention
hKATt)R RORAH .STATFS THAT
in: Roi'ciiiT Tin: xi:v a-oric
POsT TO ROO.Vr FOR I.KAGUE
WASHINGTON. June 30. Senator
J Borah charged In the Senate today
Ki.Mvrii i.i.i- WMtFiiot si:
AMI MIIHMH. OMPAN Is
TAI.FN 0i:it ll (OI.I.IFII,
fi.i:i:t and fartfh.
1). II Campbell has disposed f hi
IntereutH In the Klamath V.ilb"
AVitroIiome and Stonige company to
Andrew M. Collier. Fred K. Klivi and
) I., Carter. Messrs. Collier and Fleet
will bo now mombers In the company.
Mr Cartor having been a stockholder
for sometime. Ho will, however. In
eronso his holdlnn In H' concern
mill rontlnuo to he Identified with 11
Mr Campbell line long contemplated
this stop, and as soon ns It becamo
Tdiow-n that he was willing to dlsposo
if Ills iioldlugs lie hud many oppor
tunities to do mo, as this business is
recognized as being one of the sound--st
In tho community The salo was
-consummated Bntitrilay ovunlng
Tho property Involved consisted of
Ihe lots and brick warehouse near tho
Southern Pacific freight depot Here
Is Installed it modern five. Ion Ice
making plant, cold storage "nil K'ii
f ho two new members of the firm
nro among tho llvcst of the young
liuslnesa men of the rly, Mr, Collier Is
n director and assistant cashier
of tho First National Dunk and slnro
coming to Klamath Falls lias taken PARIS, June 39. (lly tho Assocl
nn nctlvo pnrt In nil things thnt lmd,"l Press.)---The Polish High Coin-
to do for thn making of Kliimutn
SI! -1ST 'WJTTtf'a.VVtM.
1 . I it ijB 4bK 3
; Mm- i
of men who make a study of the I f f Tfl
lb i. ling points of all makes. j L I K L, III
The selection of this car was made j I lx J
Within ten minutes after Briga
dier General Jaiut-s II. Krwln had is
sued orders for 1 nlted States troops
to cross the border Into Mexico a
force of 3,tl00 men was on Mexican
soil. He acted after u woiuun had
been killed and several persons dur
ing fighting between the Villa and
Carranzii forces at Juaiez. The Am
erican troops routed the Vllllstas aft
er a short encounter.
COMMISSION HEARINGS SET.
not luivo the formula lumpy In nny
Falls u bigger nnd hotter city. Ho will
be president of thn company. Mr.
Floot, who will ho vlen prosldont was
"for a long tlmo secretary of tho Com
mercial Club, which under his direc
tion Hindu splendid progress and was
an Important factor In doing things
Tor KUniath Palls that becamo part
ot the foundation upon which today
rests the substantial progress tho city
1s making, I.ator ho became city edi
tor of Tho Herald, from which ho ro
slgnnd to Join tho official family ot
County Clerk Dol.np, Mr, Carter hns
soveral years boon tho actlvo mana
ger ot (ho company and under his di
rection It has forged to tho front and.
maintained a position In tho business
community that has commanded for
It tho confldonco nnd support of the
huslnoHsmon, Tho now men will be
Important factors In adding an Im
petus to the company that will con
tinue to maintain It In the front rank
Position It has always held.
maiiil bus forwarded to Promle;
Clemencenu n ropy of n German oftl
rial telegram, which It Intercepted in
Sllesiui.tliu text of which follews:
'Posen, Juno 31, Tho Government
will sign (tho peace troaty). Nover
tholess Horsing In Silesia and Wig
In Western nnd Eastorn Prussia will
proclaim I'l.nlnst the Crlpnt. The Gny
ernmont officially will oppose, hut
sonil-offlclally will support tho busi
ness In tvory way."
Ho'slnt' and Wig nro tho Prussian
High Commissioners tn Silesia nnd
Knst and West Prussia, respectively.
Hit, MITCHEIJ.H CONDITION.
Dr. Massoy statos that tho
condition of Dr. Mitchell Is en
couraging, though not suffi
ciently improved to' warrant the
bollof at this time that he Is en
tirely out of danger. '
THE KLAMATH PACKING COM
PAW IS IWOHPOKATER AMI
WILL l'ISH THE WHOLESALE
SALEM. June 30. (SpeclaH
i Nine cases have been sot for hearing
j by the public service commission for
I next month. They aro July 7, at
! Swiss Heme, relative to station fj
1 duties; July 9, nt Dandon, relative
to electric rates; July S, at Marsh
field, rrlatlvo to telephone rates;
July 13 at Portland, relative to ex
1 press sorvlco; July IS. at Astoria, re-
latlve to station facilities, July 25,
'at Waldport, relative to telephone
servico; July 29, it Boardman, rela
.the to station facilities und July 29
I nt Irrlgon, relative to grade cross
ing. l -
DENCE AT MIIISl'MMER M'
FUR. NOONDAY I.FNCH ' IS
aut-r a caremi buficv ih iuu uuiuiuu-
bile business and Mr. "Donart states ;
that he believes that he has a modi-
ine that will ui"et the demands of th
territory, from n cost and mechanical
"in.ipoli't It Is the Intention of Mr. IsilIRT WAISTS TO ISC
I'un.m to cariv a complete line of
p fn" the ear. and when he has all
of Ins plans matured be will be in a
portion to promptly and properb
sene the owners of this make of car
The new agent needs no introduc
tion to the people of the county, for
he has been In business here for years.
He has a wide .circle of friends that
will aid him materially in introducing
to tho buyers of automobiles a car
that he will havo no reason to I
Ail pi I
that Thomas W. l.amont, represent-
- ling the" Morgan "interests" had -par-chased
the NeV York post for use in
connection with propaganda In favor
j of the League ci Nations, which ha
i callod a conspiracy.
FRL'IT IS PROSPECT.
1 ; --.al attent'.- z. of the read. a of
i 'the Herald is ('i.-cted to tSo ai.
nouncement of Tlic Winnek company
, lUewhere In this Issue. This paper
'und The Winnek company, The Gar-
....... L . ilch Grocery and The Sunset Grocery
shirt waist dance on the evening , , ... J . ,
i;ttttr Hum tunc tvi tiiiic liicu lu tiu-
of July Fourth is to be the feature In
local Elkdom this week and big pre
parations are under way for a fine
time on this evening. The Elks will
follow their usual custom of wear
ing pants on this joyful occasion but
any sign of a coat will bring down
all kinds of direful consequences.
.This date should be carefully kept
in mind by all the Rills as nny who
fall to appear are going to regret it.
Thp first of -the noonday luncheons
served at tho Elks Temple was en
joyed todav by a large number, tbe
banquet room upstnlrs being well fill,
el with members ot the lodge and
thblr guest friends. It is expected tint
this new feature of the local club will
be. very popular as time goes on.
Articles of Incorporation have been
filed for thu Klamath Packing Com
pany of this city. This Is more In the.
nature of u re-orgaulzatlon than it Is
a now company. Tho capital tocr Is
$60,000, which Is nil paid up. Tho of
ficers of tho company will be I.uko E.
Walker, president, A, K. Ulchtor,
vice prosldont and Jack Slater, sec
tary ond treasurer.
Extensive plans are mapped out for
tho extension ot tho business ot the
company, and those include tne eroc
tlon ot a modern ubbatolr, feed yards
and corral on property recently pur
chimed near Texum. It Is the Inten
tion ot tho company to engar ex
tensively In the wholesale meat busi
ness, making u special feature ot
their hams and bacon, the demand for
which has greatTy Increused.
FINE FISH COMES
FROM ROCKY POINT.
RETURNS TO I'ORTLAXR.
Miss Bella Carr, who has been vis
iting for a few days with her sister,
Mrs, Calhoun, who resides In the
Miller Hill district, has returned to
her home in Portland, where she is
employed In one of the banks.
They say that the proof of tho
pudding Is In the eating,, mr the
same is true of fish. That Is why fish
ing Is goodU Rocky Point and why
The Herald believes that Manager
Hr.rpst Is not trying to put something
over on the patrons of that popular
resort. Great have been the stories
of the wonderful fishing to be had un
here and greater have been those
about the size ot the fish. As evidence
of the lattor Manager Harpst .sent
The Herald ono Saturday that sub
stantiates everything that has been
cald about Rocky Point, and anyone
who is looking tor the time ot his life
on a fishing expedition will make no
mistake in trying his luck at Rocky
Oregon Tonight a4.Tueeday fair,
gentle westerly UdbK '
MRS. VOVE GIVES "PRIVATE
REHEARSAL FOR PCPIT.S.
Friday Evening Mrs. A. J. Voy
presented Miss Claudia Spink, Miss
Dess Pickett and Murlol Kinney in a
private recital at her home on Fourth
street. The voices were all medium
Miss Kinney has been studying
under Slgnor Roberto Corruccinl In
Portland and during the winter she
carried the second lead In the Port
land Opera Club. This is considered
very remarkable, since Miss Kinney
Is only nineteen years old. Her fither
Intends taking her to New York the
first of the year to study with teach
Miss Spink and Miss Pickett ara
both Klamath County girls and their
friends are awaiting eqxlously to see
what the future wU,hold for these
girls who seem to have such a fair
chance to make a name' for them
selves in opera.
Miss Spink 'has been the pupil of
Mrs. Voyo for several years"ana this
fal she expects to be In San Francis
co studying unqr Madam Luella
Wagar Coplin. Miss Pickett has been
in Ban Francisco since last fall and
U tb nupll ot Madam Coplin, She
top vl) "tut" In New York next
press on the housewife the necessity,
ot canning fruits and vegetables and
warning her that prices were going to
be higher. Many of them have heark
ened to the warning, but a great
many accepted the statement as bnsl
nes spropaganda. At last, however,
they are beginning to awaken to the
fact that it was not idle trade talk
that these business men Indulged In.
Again the warning is sounded and
the reasons why are told. What Is
said about peaches is a well known
fact to the trade. It also applies to
all canned goods, so it behooves the
wise housekeeper to can all the
fruits nnd vegetables she expects to
need for the next year. Canned
goods,wlll more than double In price
within tho ne.xt few months, and even
then will be hard to get. And It Is all
due to the enormous demand for
them from Europe.
HIGH HEELED SHOES ,
CAUSE RROKEX M!C.
Decause of the high heels on the
shoes she was wearing. Miss Mabla
Latta is suffering from a broken leg-.
As she was staW.ng tor home after
the dance at the Louis Schmitz ranch,
last Saturday evening, the heel ot
her shoe became caught In some un
accountable manner and she fell to
the floor In such a manner as to
break her leg. Dr. Massey reduced thtt
HOME TEAM TRIMS DORRISw
The Home team was victorious tab
yesterday's baseball game at Dorrioa
with a score of nine to two. Clark.'"
and Hoffman played for Klamath '
Falls. Up until the third inning tka
score stood one to nothing lnKhun
ath's favor. From there to th
seventh the game looked as If it war
determined to bo a tie. By this tt
the Klamath rooters were unable, to
plck up any more bets regardless ot
odds and so the fellows decide to.
walk away with all honors, and tk
did. i '"