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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1919)
OFFICIAL IWPICU Ol
oiticial iwicn o
Thirteenth Year No. 3,662
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1919
Price, Five Gei)U
is looted 01
Combination of Safe i Sue
HAUL NETS $200 IN CASH
"Work Hoar All Knr-MnrU of Hut.
ihk itifu mmo ii) it .Man t:M'iv
lenccil In (In Ait of Opening
Sfe Mi Im Oiio of Gang Tluil
lln Horn t i j hiu mi Oporitllnit
In Stiuill 'l'ons
This tin waii tint invito lii.it night
of tho allckont Job of safecracking
that has ovur boon pulled off "'hero, f
mid one ttiut bore nil tlio oar-murks
f hating been done b- an ox port tit
tin business, when tli sufo In the of-
tlr. nf Mut f'.nifriil (tnhu.. ..,... ......-!
--. .... . .,.. MHMtAr "HI W"l-
! ninl ti limit 56i) In nllwr. currency
.mil chocks Htolfii Tlii Job wmi done
mniotlmo between midnight und Tj
o clock this iiioruliiK.
Kri trance to tho building was gain .
-ii ttiiiiuu i iiimr in mi! ri'ur. nnii'il
tb. .iiiiVsmmi Jimmied Tho lir
Into tho ottlce was forced and the'
combination of tho fitfo wns worked
it iiiroitKii ii iliior in tlio roar, which
It was In tho latter that tho rohber!
hIiowoiI thm ho thorniiKhly uiulor-.'--oil
his ImisIiios. ns tho comhlna
' on i a sK IlKuro onu mnl illtllctilt
Tho lock on tho luslilo vtool iliinr
mis forcoil off. tho prossuru holm;
sulllclont to forcv thu ltoiiils of tho
four r'vots that hull) It In placo All
f ilm ilniwurs In tho afo wore
thoroughly rllloil ami tiotltltiK of vul
iio loft, with tlio oxciiptlou of J 2. 50
of tho $17.50 of moiioy holonKliiK
to tho llromuit which a on deposit
-with Mr. Ilrownoll, one of tho own
r of tin) RartiKo.
It Is estimated that the robli-r so.
cured about 1'OU In cash anil 4 3 "
In checks, tho. payment on which
lias been stopped After flnlshliiK
Ills work, liu returned ull other pa
pers to their propor pluco. floried aii"'
lockod tho safe anil loft tho build
1ni; through tho roar entrance.
Tho local police otllclals aro Invcii
tlKntltiR tho robbery, but so far hnvo
been linablo to pick up any clito.
Tho. Indications ore that thu work
was ilono by onn of a KanK ot rob'
1iers that bavo bocn crackltiK sufes
between Sacramento anil Portland
during thn past six weeks, und It Is
not ut nil unlikely that further at
tempts ntay bo made along tho name
line In this city.
LEilO D REVOLT
"OI.DTIMIIMIMTAIIISTS AltC LAV
I.VfS I'M.VS I'Olt Till: TIIA VSI'IIK
or cuow.v ritiNci: t thi:
LONDON, July 1 - Tho (ierniun
couutor rnvoliitlonbttH Imvu a motor
launch ready to rent-tie tho formor
Oorman Crown l'rlnt-o, wIhIiIhk him
to appear nt tho bead of tho military
forces of (lormany, urcordliiK to a
Jtottordam Dispatch to tho Dally
Mull. Thn Dutch Queon, tho dispatch
adds, has nent hnr consort to pursuude
tho former prlnco thut It would bo
4lotrlmentul to Holland, which Krattt
dd him hospitality, If he participated
in any revolt In Germany.
MANY INJURED WHEN
BAL-TIMOnK, July 1. Nearly o
dcoro of porsons wero Injured today
at Camp Holublrd by tho explosion of
u navy Dirigible today. The Ilalloon
liad descended because of ruddor
trouble and wus surrounded by a
largo crowd when tho explosion oc
curred, Nearly one hundred persons were
treated at Camp iiolablrd Hospital
ior burns of various degrees.
LABOR'S PROTEST TO
aujiupua w.'mtjMwi'mi'wuM'wuni'1 int jwwi yr.vjviiWMVsumi&M'!UV&iiikJttWfiii,U!tfJ!t
iHf MHB "Al lw vMdMuviw t. ''JST A ' "IU
pjeiSpjJIiSSJJrT' TrTS T5S ! WP9ttmmmtiSiii BBB
v- - - r.Ar"V yiiryrv""'jff?',. .yg"
This .ihot 'Krapli shown 11 mnall
iail 'f tho thuiln.llil of til. ir r p
roitolit.itlli n Who IiokIi-KpiI ihiikii'ik
ptotliKllllC HK.llll-t tlio tt.ir lillio tot'l
pi f 11 "T" rl I I I lln
I ' j Ull In ( L
J" j " i J jj ju Ul
i-i-w I illUiil 8 U
flllT flil CTlllfr
Hill Mil II 1 I l I
UUI Ull Ul Il!ll
JOIN II Ms mi Till: TI.I.I
rneNi: i.i'iit vioit in thi:ii:
KITOltT TO IN I KOM cull, t
81'OKANi:. Jul) 1 t'nton o!ti:r!
elans emplojeil by tho llomi- Tele
phono rompiiuy to tho tiutnbor of .'
or 75, struck today In tcupouso to a
call from 'tlio Intortinilnnnl officer
rOHTI.AND. July I - Tho ol-ctrl
cnl workers Kenornlly Jfilnetl iln
utrlko today tiKulnst I'aclflc Telo
phimo mid ToloKraph ct.mit.itiy. fol
low I hi; an unanimous uile taken hint
nlKlit at a I'lilou mass meetlliK. The
Telephono service Is still ImhiK Klviu
totley. but In redtlretl volume.
TAfOMA. July 1. rnrtVtfilKhl
inotnhors of tho eliM'trlcal workers
tlillon employed by tho I'aclflc Tele
phone and Tiilofcrnph comp.uty aro oi
strike hero today. All telephone ope
rators aro still at work,
HT. I.OI'IH. Julv I. Members or
der railroad leltKraphei;) thriiout the
country worn today ordered to re
sumo thn liainllliiK f all commtircla'
business for the Western I'nlmi und
posal Telei:rapli companies Tho ban
had been In effect since Juno 12, ai
meiiHiite of sympathy with the tclo
SUATThK. July 1. Tho Kloctrl.
aim' union officials said today that
every member hero had answered tho
telephone stllkn cull.
I'oltTI.AND.Tho T.iluphoiio com
pany officials said today that only
iwenly percent of tho operators had
struck. Tho I'nlon inomberH say that
more than four hundred were nut
and thut :iOO had Joined the union
MAN YCASES FILED
IN CIRCUIT COURT
DurliiK thu past weelt nix cases
have been filed with Iho circuit court
clerk, which Ih considered un unusual
number for this district.
The latest cases are: Joseph Hobus.
tlllno against Louis Note over an Ir
rigation ditch. The ditch belongs to
Itobustlllul, but runs thru the Nolo
farm. Nole, Hobustlllnl claims, shuts
the water off,
J. H. Chutnbers versus Catherine
Hchloef, on a note; Western Transfer
company against Jack Hunsuker on a
contract; Kntorprlse Lund and In
vestment company aga'nst Alexander
II. Mlllor to quiet title; Cantons
Packing Company vs H, L. Chlldera
for the recovery of mon'jy.
CONGRESS AGAINST "BONE DRY" LEGISLATION
- . . : r t ,v:y ?;a
lallon r ii 1 k umi iiki Mu-w.ir 11.,
Ii KI-l.io.i prulnh i lioriin.l .1. ' 1
Wiliim t tutor tin- ! .1 1. rn!i . ' I- un
1111 Inn iprfH till llllin ll- 1 In tlir
I linilllM. ri.osi.
n honor of tti'li pMtili'iiio I'm
" lh '""' .,I,MHM,,,r siKiu'i
' "" ' "'I- -;r. ull lo.i.lltiK l.u-i
tit--- etiihllhmolttfi mill nrfii - 4
iil .! on the Kiiurtli 'I he
l.in( - III tio i Iihi 0 it tl
fml i mnl S-iluritut Thi I ! r
Hilt Mill lit In- ilikllr- I ull tlio
I'OltMl It M. M XI II I Ol I HIOH
S( IIOOI, TI.AI III It ltl( HID
'i hi: mc.ni s ob hi it it it in:
Miss l.nern Hummer. v'i tatm'..i
iirithainutlrs in life hlith ithool buru
for thn Iimt two ears. bin I eon sen:
ivnr nits' to do recount i action work
In franco ;i.i llolttliim. o.' the licl
( t,n. and (.ii'ikors.
With the oxioptlou of (be nIIkIiI dif
ficulties she met with in ituttliiK her
piiKspnrt. Miss Hummer has bad mi
iiiioxeutf.il Journey. After luudliiK in
Liverpool she was taken to Loudon,
where she spoko before a board of
1SS HAMMER IS
NOW IN TRANCE
quakcr Miss Hummer told them of. win present at tho Miirrciitler of tho
tho west and Klamath Kails, during noted chieftain. Captain Jack l.nck
11111" speech mid these Kiigllsh Quuk-, u.uuy Is now obi and lame and very
orH consider her a mint courageous much In need of his pension from
little lady to come so far to islst In i the goveiniueut.
the rebuilding of the war ones. I - m
Prom London, Miss Hammer """'WILL FILE A TEST
ten to runs ami nrter a gouu uigiii s
tei-i ut one of I'm Is' fatuous hotels
.ill., was taken slght-toolng by h.
r.i.nkor friends While thoro she mane
mi appointment with lur cousin, Her
bert IIoomi', the food commissioner,
and during their visit ho told ncr
that ho would tetiirii the tlrst of July
s t co the funds provldeil for the ac
tlvl .'os of tho commlssloii had been
ii:n.il up and no more wore foithcom
Ing at 'hut time.
Ml(.s Huinmar Ih n sister nt Mrs,
Ah'iins PskelHon, who has her home
lit this (t'.y.
TO ATTEMPT FLIGHT
KA8T KORTUNK, Bcotlund, July
1. Tho Ilrltlih dirigible RA-34, It
Ih nxpoctod, will start at 2 o'clock
Wednesday morning In an attempt
to II y across the Atlantic.
AIR MAIL BETWEEN
N. Y. AND CHICAGO
WASHINGTON, July 1, An air
mall service between New York and
Chicago was Inaugurated today with
a six-hour service schedule,
i iipitnl 'I In- i r..it i ii
I'Hllii; i Id in . i iv.
r.'-r.ilil nf III ,, II in,,,.
of lio.T ..a. I l.i, il utn.
In II l lint
i I ii'
s In lii' null.
".i mid lit
lIPIT Inl PIT
III il I I U III I I
aiui I !i!l Ut I I
stoi'is ) t'Mlll'.s hi mi Ki,. of tho (oiinrll ii prtipoltlmi for tho
Mil I' Tltlltr Wito liri.l'l.li Id purchtico of llielr plant by the city.
I'OINT ol I IliAll, ion I.AIIIA'.Tlui letter was handled In a routine
Tl. isbeennw.kof vlslta from imtwllhstailillnB tho fact there hnvo
U'litu In.llat,. from the KMmnth l '"" " l'iulrles uli.tiR tho lino
Indian toservmlon AmoliK th. woll fdlow. d l,v the on:miHatloii of worn-
k..on rod mm -.v.. Slim Charley. ' Tho ..1.1 council paid little atten-
from Vnlim. now nliity ) ours old Ho """ ""a" 'Hiostlons and persued
Hi one of tho K..W... who led tho ,l " nor of Its wav. Now. how-
wa in..,, Link Illvor to tho head fvrr. the.e Is a now council to deal ,
Klamatb l.ako. when l.lmmv Apple-1
Lake, when I. Inney Apple-
Kate watt enrouio wtih . it o team ml
.'Btalllli.il the ilKPtiry lu'lMif, I
Another of tho old rhlfs who visit
oil the counts ni-m wa "Irown .Moson
kol,et. now known as Henry llrowti. I
a son of Iho old war chief of the
Ktiimuths. Mosotikoskei tlrnuti wasi
himself a scout attached to Ciiptnln
O. (' Appk-Kitte's company In IS72.
Ho has applliil for a pension, io
which ho Is entitled by thn act of
March 1. 1017.
L'dinouil Dtifur. a I'lute Indian, i
from Valium N In town lookliiR after i
pension mailers As Lick-:i-wti. hoi
arteil as a scout In Captain Donald
McIii)"h tnmpiiny of warm spring
IndlaitN durliiK the Motto.- war Dufur
CASE ON BEER-WINE
WASIIINOTON'. Julv 1 A test
euso on sale of bourng"i containing
i more thnn one half of mm percent nl -
Icohnl will bo brought Immediately by
llie Department of Justice In nil Jur
Isdlctlmis where such cases aro not
now ponding, Attorney (lutieral 1'nl-
mer unnoiiticed today "Wu propose
to itiaku Immediate m rests of persons
who violate thn wurtlme prohibition
law, according to our Interpretation
thereof," he said.
LONDON, July 1. Antl-Holsho-vlk
forces are advancing against
Kursk, 250 mllos south of Moscow,
sooklng to find way In to Moscow,
according to a Russian wireless mes
sage quoting tho olllclal Dolshovlk
SALEM LAD GETS
WASHINGTON, July 1. Ocnoral
Pershing today notlflcl the war de
partment nf the award of the dis
tinguished service cross to J, H.
Hurchfleld ot Salem, Oregon.
, mi. mhiii:i,i.'s comiition.
'Dim loiiilltlon of Dr. Mitchell ,
Ih fiivoiulilii mill 11 Nlcnily I tit - .
liroviniiiuil In hIIII iiiiittlfiiHt. tic-
1'iirilliiK l lutKHt ruport front l)r ,
IS UP AGAIN
WDMIA's' I.MI'IIOVCMKNT 'l.l It
asks thi: rm'M'iii what it is
(.01 m; to 00 aiioi r hi vise it
l.il(i n I mnl front 11 ilnnr t-ky roi-
r.Miitatl.oH fimn tho WottionV hit-,
' ir. oi -out cl'in upiicaroil Imforo thn
olty 1 mini II las: iivdiiIiik anil inilutly ,
' . ..
iihi.mi 11 ii'ii'Mtimi unit instantly,
lirniicht ixrrymio in tho chamhor to
tho i loo at ouportaney That hiioh-
t ion wu In stilistanro "Wlint tiro oti
l'i iillolnont Koltii; to do uliniit tho
pinpi tit'oii of Korns llrothors''"
'nil 1 1t ii r tiiomiH Unit thoro In to bo
noiii-thitip iIoIiik In this city In tho
it.uitir of sertirltif: a municipal Unlit
mi'l water plant, for litis orimulic.'itloii
whit It l bill the mntlor of a few
iweeli In existence bus dommiitraloi!
iii iliimc fully When It stnrts ouj
.','1 a thlitK It slays with it to the
ti,i. i, 'tl whim tho end i reached It
ii i - M.i omptlshod tho tank luitl.Tiu
i -' at lust thoro has ailsen u
.i.l il'iii ihroatoiiH thu Dollntti In
""' "' "'', "f ""' (""f"ril-ief;t
' r. ..mpany.
' "h 1,,1 ',,,,r ' ''f) rti
in hiilimltteil for tho consideration
j manner mnl filed away in a pUeon
jholo. whorit It has lopoi nt over sliuv.
wl1" """ " I",, "") manilosteii a
disposition to bo as Independent as
tho proverbliil Iiok on Ire. and the
chances are that when It lakes up the
k...... tirntioH.,..,,, ii win net in n
manlier that will merit the approval
.. .i... if - i ....i i..t. i
ill tin- nun rii n iiiii'i . win, mi v....
and tho vast majority of the people
of tho city.
Tho council answered tho question
propounded by the representatives of
the club by stating that at Its next
liieotliiK It would take action on the
In tho meantime the Women's Club
will ho busy KiitherliiK a round it such
support .is will show that the people
waul some definite and favorable at'
I. mi taken by thu council
"' (lf "" ,lll,!,t Important meel-
lngs in tho history of the county Is
hulng held this afternoon at tho of-
fires of the ltcchimatloil Service, at
which the people of l.angell Valley
are petitioning for the use of the
waters of the Clear lake and the
Horsefly reservoirs. This wuter Is to
ho used for tho irlgutlou ot IiiiuIh
embraced lit the Langoll Valley pro
ject. Potior the extended plans mapped
out by Knglneer Darloy, It Is pro
posed to bring tho foothill lands un
der irrigation, and It thty are grant
ed their requests, then 30,000 acres
of laud will bo Included In tho pro
ject. MUST KEEP TAB
ON COST OF STRIKE
8ALKM, July 1. Tho Oregon Pub.
He Borvlco commission today Instruct
ed the Pacific Telephone and Tele
graph company to keep an accurate
account ot its extra expenditures on
account of the strike to be used later
In an Investigation to be conducted
by the commission.
IN m N
OUT ON STRIKE
this rrn roit 1 hist timi: i.V
ITH IIWTOIIV IS IXVDI.VKI) IPf
A HTIIIKK HVSTKM l JHU
Tho fltMt ttlrlko In thi liUtory at
Klatiititli KhI In hit hum thin morning,
ttlion iho oli'ctrlcul vorkiT of thi
I'urlflc TolcplioiK! unit Toli'KmpU
coiiiimiiy In tlilH city wont on a tttrlk
III M'NtKIIINO til till' linllTK Of till) of-
ItrlulH of tholr liitiirniitlonul unlou
Only two nifii iiro Involtvil anil tlmrt
will bo no Intorforoiico with thu Hr
vlcn of tho company Thu men liav
Ihmmi millrlpntliiK tin- ordorM to bo
out. anil with that otul In vlow ha.v
orK,,(I ,ur, , ,.(. ,, n work
(, hunil anil put tho plant In comll
to oarr) It ovor tint II a m;ttl
1. 1. .in uny tniirlii.il t'rudlrullv all
orlvr ni" t li- liiHtaiiatton 111 pnonj
hao hoon tllloil ami tho otitlro syv
loin wan novor In hottor cunilltlon
than It is at this tlinu.
Tho slrlko onliT will not affect th
Wostorn I'nloti. as tho umployvs ot
that company maintain a in-paratw
iirKunUntloti of tliolr own. anil one
of tho principles of tho organization.
Is to carry mt their business with.
I lii-lt emplow-r on the busts ot col
oitlvl.Nd roll Till "l l.i: TK.
or u i ti. i-itoM
CITV TO COA-T
I.9UH the ex.vuttve .erre.arj .u
the Pacific Plate,, ilefen-e league, an
owiuUatl.m which no- ,''l'c
eleven slates, called on Captain O. L.
Applennte. Secretary of the local
branch of tho orKunlzalloii here, for
a map showlm; the best all-tho-year-
roiiuti ro,o .-.r .. .. k.. ,
l.ako thru Klmnain r.ius m mu
coast. alonR which It Is expected that
' ' "' hlK hutyn. of wblclx
tho Uoosovelt Iloa.l hto bo one sec-
tlou will be constructed. Tho local or-
...,.,i,,, ii i, iu tinii tho matter tinder
. ......., it,,,,, i iiHni'
'consideration for soinu time. uunnB
which considerable correspondence
has been had with California authori
ties nnd It Is apparent that much Im
provement Is now under way which
practically cover the entire canyon
of the Klamath from Hit. Oregon line
to Uequa. at the mouth of the river.
In a letter Just received from tho Se
cretary of the Yreka Chamber o!
Commerce we quote as follows- "Tho
proposed bond Issue ot $40,000,000
Includes among other Items nil ap
propriation of Jfi 12.500 for the build
ing of the unit between Happy Camp
land Klamath River bridge one a
j distance of tin mllos nml The lltireau
' of Good roads has agreed to spend
'the Mini of $1,200,000 on the unit
I from Happy Camp to Reqiiu at tho
mouth of the Klamath Ulver and con
i tracts have been let by the lltireau of
Good lto.tds for tho construction of
2". tulles between Happy Cmnp and
Orleans this year"
The proposed route to Salt Lafco
City and to Yellowstone National
Park la via I.nkevlew. Hums and
Itolso. and not far beyond the latter
place dividing, one branch extending
to Yellowstone ami the other to Salt
I.uko. thus located not only to secure
good gradeH but to traverse country
moHt available tor settlement.
CAMP AT PARRAL
KL- PASO, July 1. A concentra
tion camp has been established at
Jlmlnez, Chlhjuahuo, where Amert.
cans from tho Pnrral district hvn
gone for protection from Villa bands
according to an American who nrrlr
ed from Parrol today.
SEIZED AT MONTREAL1
MONTRKAL. July 1. TonB ot
Rolsbevlst and Socialist literature
were seized In a raid on the forelgtt
quarter ot the city, conducted today
by the Police. .