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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1919)
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OFFICIAL PAPEM o
Thirteenth Ycnr-No. 3,670
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1919
Price, Five Cents
INTEREST DEB i
i' rill mtmtllN, having be. Ii r -liiirli I
fur ii limit mi officii! In Villa . ,rm
In Mexico. Mr wn -im ii-ii '1 m. r ,
) I'll In ngo of lunlllK lloli'li .ilir ir $ , 'i
nun worth of Liberty 'ioihN ft i , ilh
Northwestern Niitloniil liiiti' i. inn
IiiikI, while ii gourd In III" li.inti (.
In an cx-Muliiiimuli Chili mill. te ami (
former member of tint t'orllmnl po
THREE WARSHIPS PflCKEBS TRYI1
HILL VV I
SEIilT TO FIUME TO COUTBOLFODD
PAULS. July 11 Three allied ASH: (HON, July il
aboo referred to 9,310 acres are
embraced In suspended applications
under the enlarged homestead art nnl .
Htock-rulHlng homestead act (.on-
oral Information hero In the l)"parr
mcnt Indicates tliat the northiTii part
of the area l generally timbered and
j contain Home holdings of the Wey- j
frhacunera, It In reported that Iin-
gcll valley In the southwestern part,0- M- HECTOR TAKES OVER TH
T 1 CO
Seth Side in Congrew rre-
paring for Fight
J wurhliN. om; each from the AiiutI- pfi.irhlng I urker'n domltulKm of all ' 1h gonerally agricultural In character
NEGROES AND WHITFS "'"' "l',,,, ua,i ,,r,,ucn navlen, have Important foods In the Pnllcd M'.utc 1 and hcili Pretty much In private own-
l'", nrilprH id ,iroiiTil In rlmim t.i and International control of meat pro- nhlp. To the earn of thin valley In
IN BLOODY CLASH '1"1''1 ""' 'Hrili'ri thut have been ducts with foreign rouptrle ),,.,., K"1 grade of grazing land.
.IuMik plurit between liallan troops Ii mliient, iintess funda-niita! action I' w"" thlt Department Is not op-
IiiiiiI other element In Hid forces of I . taken Immediately Suuh N the lnt ! P08'-'1 to tne Pnclple of the regula-
As a result of a deal closed yester-
dav. the J. P. Martilrp Pnmmnr ".tip
APKTIN. Tpxiih, -July H ( . n-rupution. The Mtuutlon In report- '.' the Fcdnrnl Trade C.m.ii!.iM.m'i llon "' grazing on uie puuiic nomnin, tnat or the past f(ye h b
! negro wait killed and -.eteral white'1''1 un "' being dangerous and can report to I'renlden
DRV GOODS DEPARTMENT Aim
C. P. MAGUIRE BUYS THE lA.
DIES' SHOE STOCK
MUCH BUSINESS AHEAD
mar Opwwl '' ''' , ""' (
""' r . 'win l riln
tlmiHurlr)' rlntln AC -
WA8IIIN0T0.V. Jul 11 Wuh-
men weri' wmiiiili-il In a i IimIi Ih.
,tvrn thn whltp uml iiiKro- in
UjiiKvIiiw, Tpxiim Iniliiy, ai'rordliiK (o
. a- inpint nit to tlovi-rnor l'nlt
rwridwl Vffr Will' Artn- a ,,,.,, , ,. frtc M
ttUrr WW on MpImh Situation ,,,,, j,,, v. hit.- r.-nldetn. v. rr r..
TtkIp In(prro'"1' ' " P'Minii hi "r nunnnn hip Iiphi'ihh
imnlKiiifii nuy iip ,o
Pour ttlilli iiii-ii with wouniln) I
wlirn M'Vi-nil iiPKroni fired upon a
rmii of wlillfn I tiny had waylbld In
:t nrurn niTtlon. jhn vliltpn iwi
I in i-.ir(li nl a iieero school (purlii".
.t ... i i
ilfttl wutfeuiWR nn ini".. - mm i w, nr ( ,, UHfil of caualiiK n p i.itl
tilk toty followInK the adilriHi '!,-, ., ,.Rr n,.wi.ip- ,t mil.--
lildfnlWIIonon thp littc I rrn y .. i!,-irm,ir to n oiin : .viiuhiii
tad ibr. I. oituf of S timi l..for' r.t' itt (U (ll,,i()
fitmte )rtnl)' Offlrlal lilMllli'im of ,
touch woiunt l- under cuim.ui .'
cnwlon bv tlf Pnrilriit
AUtnif tlir ailt orate uiid npiion
nlio( the l,e:isui of nlluii in -hi-jrtM
re preparini: for the nitlflru
Hon tonlMt that i ricted to lut
lorwffkn Ilolh -ule haie held cue
hiriKM Opinion -eem ijii'Jp gnimr
lUmonr CiinKrojir.en th.it Hip (u-.i.
will 1 Ions nil Hllli heutfd dflmten
tie rule. The Koretitii Uulallmm ruin
mlltplll imet nejt Muuilny to con-
ji'dtr the Irenlt
I'rcntdent Wllunn loilav made .ill
uneipeMfil rait on artiiiKSecteiury
folk, It In umlrridimil from niitliorl
ttllrr ource llut lie vlihen to cou
ildfr the Mfxlrjiii iii-tloii and n
(ertontll)- acquuuii I'olb. with Hu
iltutllun Ihcie I'ulk !ll oiioii xti--CMd
Stcrrlary of Stute tlotiert I.nili
Infon tho IVari il lixutlou In l'arl
Amrrlca' point r. tt-trttltiK thn ro
o cupcked by the coming of the itli the extent an
three vtjrnlilpn, arcordlnic to omdals power of the five Mk picVerr
l Wll.im .tu.-.IInK " l opposed to the setting aside ai a !conductInK ,he department store at
id .;nnviri of n. , Brazing reicrve of landn fairly sus- j EKhth and MaIn gtreet8 wlu ceaM
SITE FOR 111
uii.i. t.ivi: riti:i: tsi: or ins
PIIOPEItTV AMI PAV Till: TAX.
iis i.v within vnn tiii: re.
pfsi: rst;Ai,i.v iiriti:i
P llllt Hunter, who owim one of
I he lieiit limited mlllnlte on Lake
Kwnunn. iiimuetit ttie l(irald'it crltl
rlniu of the IiIkIi price of iiiIIIhIIp
hy offerliiK ouo to any mill that will
tiKrei) to cut ton million feet annu
ally. Tho connlderatli)ii that he imI;k
In that (hey give him the refuse that
OHI-ir.ON' Pair tonlchl r . .,
I A .r i.'.ui if.il.... Cfli..l... .i. a
.-i ..i-i ii null, naiiiiu.it lltr
ki title wc.trrly wlv's
Maximum, !U dorr-
Minimum, 50 det; 9
FIRE NEAR DORRIS
CAUSES LARGE LOSS
Specula' ,iri 111 'o fie e.i'i"! tia'ur' of 1
tile fire e..e ,i i-u ii. pant f .t.i.f
111 the 'ulU m . r ''orrli win rtVt il
l.lrt Ul(?lit. will" it leirt-(l 1' :.r
llle fire 1 Ii le I n.' .Hll(l til'lUK'
111 t''e tliniier i 'l'inr'".K ' I'vn; '.
Ki i rin 1 ( ivuu
Aii'ordliii; to Mr Kesttron tht
or, Kin of the far i. ur.i.nj: '
Marled iiurnltii; In. I Sunday und tiv
the rimilillieil effort of a fire llll
of 3 nit 11. workliii; rnustttntlv for
four 1I11M1, prejciitcil a sreat tonfltij
uiiii m It'voh Ini; Hie loss of tlinii--n'lil
o' ilnllam The fire n urn -r.iiuru'
rirday nttcrnoon. Mr
I !!. , k tiiirn and two ishneV
-- ... ..,.., (uarter
caught In tho flames.
I R IT
ci.ptlble of dlf poult Ion and une under i(0 ex
the varlou homestead law.. Urge The bu8lnef). w, be d,vIded
portions of the area deicrlh-vi wuHjbetween Q M Hector and CharletJ P.
appear to to of that rharaot-.-. Maeulre and hp renltv hnl.lln, e-
ACT ON RESERVE!
SHCRI.TARV OP THE INTERIOR
I.ANE STATES THAT IT IS
IM'REI.V A MATTER POR LEG.
In riMionse to the p -tltlon of tm-tocltjiii-n
of the njunty (iHklnK for
i'ip creation of .1 ?rjzln resen :i'
f IingMl Vatles F,-crelor of til
Interior I.jiip hue r pl'ed ''i- ?
r fatter for ''i- uttentlon of n
;'. no thn' the n rr moe op the
pnr of :'!" ratt;.- and ie. 0 !i -1 till
be -f a.k that th" nniry ef.t'i'li.r;
act 'in n,i"e'j f-tcreir; I. an ' lei
tr f dlovvs-
As you an. doubtlens awire. !h;s
Pcyartment ttould have no niicno'Ity
In tho absence of legislation, 10 'it
rprrt any portion of the pitbl'e ibi
r.rln asa Hazing resen-. or to te
Kt'iate the grazing thereon. V.'neie
fr.re, the proposition yoit iuih:i!i U
primarily a matter of legislation
FRANKI.IX K. LANE."
Very truly yours,
Klamath Wool Growers' Assoc
By J. H. Carnahan.
TALK 1W KLAMATH ;
OP AMERICAN I.E.
PRESIDENT WII.li HE
GON IN SEPTEMBER
"Ttddv fr" ar of tti Iate"T. H.
HI I.I. DOWNER ItV WII.V III 11
Klamath Cattle and Horse A'v! :
tlnii. Klamath Wool (Irourers' mo
el'tViii Klamath Fu!!, Oregon
Mt de r ?lr -
I an In rer!t of ronmunlrxMtt
ti(.T dafe of May nth. 1 !. from
the oriraulz.it loi'K above named. rt--!of the big stick, and fearless words.
were questing that a certain decr!bd nr-, may speak In Klamath Falls, accord
' ei in th Ftate of Oregon, be rrea-.d Ing to information received today
Into n grnrfiig reserw under the iiir-from the .tate publicity headquarter
Udlctlon of this nerartment. th "a-! of The American Legion, located at
rant l3tid in said nrw nre to b. ill-1 Portland
vlded equoll between the cattle and ! Lieutenant , Colonel Theoiloro
the company will be purchased by J.
F. Magulre. The property occupied
by the store was owned by the J. F.
Magulre company and H. L. Jongs
of Siskiyou county, California. This
has been purchased by J. F. Magnlrn
personally, the consideration beln
I2.-..000. Charles P. Magulre takes
over the ladles shoe stock, and will
open an exclusive ladles' shoe stor
, at 713 Main street, expecting to le
ready for business sometime In Vu
, gust, or as soon as the room can ha
I arranged for the cozy little ntoro
that he proposes to have. O. M. Hec
tor will take over the drygoods, no
ttons and ladles ready-to-wear de
partments, and will continue liudi-
less at the paint1 location. The monX
partment will be closed out. the
stock beinc oispcird of either as 1
whole or thn po "l sale. sr.nu
as all of thpn letail5 ar? e.ni!letril-.
...i.v .vi. aiv ni' mtk v.: the J P. J.cgu..t ompar.
IN ORE- dIslncorpora::l an: 0 our ot i-u-i-ness.
1 With the )iii"'ii" ! t iii pri'por-
.T. F Magulre will have ninety two
KOI'NDPP. Mont Julv II
Otierlng n charging bull in onre- bltep Interts Uoo-velt. Jr., lia hen an Indefatl-
....n . ...... .. .... . would hnvA ta be Imriieil If il.e mill ..r. .',..! L-r mil., nt.,1 linnlriif fim- i. .i lii reiilv will nv that an mm.., cable worker to make the Legion a
tuiuuuu ui iiuun kiiii i.nri 1 lur una .-.... ..n.v . .. . ...... ......,-.. ,. .,.,.,, .. ......... .. .. --,--. -- - ---.
wide public Imtny by actlngSerre-' w,,r1 ll"' t In ilif timber The ben' t wii imrt of the dav v orK f " tlon of the reeord o' Hi- 'ieuerU , grra- si.tress, ever .sin'-' I.N earlv
tirjr Polls with the uniiouiirement
thit trad Inlircmime would Im rr-
nmed Immeillalely A blanket II-
wilt b Isaui'it bx Aye, cheml
U, and pnlaili will b,. exropted.
Control orcr llipno articles will be
frclwd by Ihr reparation reini: llon
"der the I'cace Treaty
One of t, :i-it things Hint I'iphI
Mlln nrrernl rnnilt of tweulv.one lm. IMm. It iititnl ii i nlilef of nollce. Land Off're how that the rross connections as one of the prime or
acre. Mr. Humor- proposition fol- It win elUi-r Unit or hont i'ip .i. o-- d-xcribed Is ubout ."lOl.jrui gnnlzers of the great body of serv-
Iowk- I mill wh'-'t 1-ml bi.n linr'ii-t 'are all of which Is- surveyed (-1 Ice men In the 1'nited States
feet facing on Slain street and one
hundred and twenty feet on Eighth.
'as he recently purchased the swentr
four feet at the corner of r'ighth
street from J. O. Beardsley. It Is Ma
intention to erect a modern four-story
building on this property and as sooa
as the present leases expire he will
make extensive alterations in the
store rooms. A new front will be In
stalled, partitions removed and tho
floor raised and when completed h
1 will lm" uue ui iur laigcai uuu uco
ax. . .. I - 1 1 il. . In lmlinlf rt t ll n
n1'"' OI l'1? a"OVP art';' Jpnent tour 01 me cummj ." ..... Klamath Falls for over twelve years.
to be already reserved and part of American Legion and 1 uue in tin-1 j,., tu, tt.
Hie Pn'tnont Forest; Hi. "00 art p son In September. Original date
are wlthdrBwn under thn I'r.st form 1 called for his appearance in Portland
To the Editor of The Herald the vege'.iblen In a loral uu:nnt''
Dear Slr.t From tliuo to time you gardint.
have given 11 great deal of publicity 1 The rli'ef wn railed in the, srene
In the high cost of Mill Site near ,,v "," '"""" wherenmm the bull
il... Pin- m..l wltl.ln . Pin- limit, ilfimrled. The clilef took up the trail
0 The puisiilt ront'ntied uetll the bull under tne uecianmtion Act, tor tne : Heptemtier i. out u is er hucij
Jip-.mip tired of surveillance ntid Klamiith Irrigation Project. A lit- that the date will ue cnangea mm
tie over lino. nun acres npponr 'or the 1 week later In order that he may tie
most pnrt to be public unreserven j a speaker at tlie first state convention
land; within the gross area above re- of the Legion which will be held in
furred to it apears that over I ;. she Hose Citv. Sept"i'er "4 . nrl
000 acres hnve been delgna"d in- i 26. Washington plana to hold Its
'quipped establishments In the state.
ot.t snn arr: approximately :.-1 Roosevelt Is now on a speaking M. HectQr has been ,n busInesg ,a
and that owing to the high cost
dent Wilton did after arriving 11 1 mill alien there are going to be sev
11 e.k h to accept the reslgna- oral mills btilll nwny from the city. '''Ki' " ""i-pr me u.-m ..-
If tluw mill build awny from tho "iirrene. was uie iiiiuiiruiiiug 01 ....
ntllliliil. who was tnkell to tile citv
The officer has the reputation of
Hon ot Edward N Hurley, chiilrni.in
i tne shipping Hoard. Ill reslg. city thoy will naturally huvo to burn
nation w uke effect Augui 1 It thnlr mill refiiHe n tho handlliig
Ii undewtood that the I'm, ,im wm chargo 1111 dfrelgh't would make the
Wolnt John Ilarton I'aynu of Oil- shipment of llielr refuse Into tlie
"to, at Hurley's successor. city prohibitive
A the owner of one of the mill
sites located In the city limit and
tho only mill situ that Is directly
Irlblllnri to In. Hi tint .stiiiiltiiirl. I'll.
SAN JUAN, July 1: Tri Porto rifle Railroad and the Sunburn Unit-
cn ItRlalntiire hns been nHked to road, I will niako the following prop
W' tonmilsslim to Washington tn oslllou to any legltlniato Bawmlll or
ime has won fop
himself and his establishment a wide
circle of friends. "1 have always hail
faith In the future of Klamath Falls."
said Mr. Hector today, and that faith
is stronger now than ever before, ft
is been my ambition to have In thtst
city one of the finest drygoods stores
In the west, and I am happy to saw
that the time Is not far distant when.
p0RJO RICANS MAY
ASK CONGRESS' AID
fongres for a loan of $30,000.. box facility company thai Ih going In
mi. 'I'KlMiitlnn to provont cut 10,000,000 fed or more of linn
".-., ot i,1mi in Vmln Ulc , ,,r M,r
W corporation! . has boon pro- I wll
iiuon pro- 1 win tuko llielr ivftiM' ii. imn-.i
I n.llll.lluHl 1 t, n, .1... ,....1 .. II. ..I ... .1...
-.1. , mniiiii nillllllll lit ill' t'llll IH lllllll I lllivit n i.'r ill"
f.i ..a . prerorontll tariff on enf- tiso" of mlllHlte. I will pay nil tiu.s
119 nd for n.n .!..,..
w . ""iiiiBiiiiiniii of n n inn iuiiihiio nun win iervo 11
ror nmll".' 'onus 10 farineis. very iimall portion or hiIMhIio for
IJo'jnn'iiI!' "", 1,rni,nmi1 wn"t the Htorago of wood
Jic .' , 1 00 for 0lrntlonnl pnr- This mlllslle dlncily fioni Lnko
10 Pay off m'0"' fr(,Kllt Btnnipr, Hwimiin and Ih dyked and lias grade.
f Purpose ManVa ''olt nml oth- ninily for Hih for tlm Stnilioiii rail
Ij j . ' (road connection and the rough grade
aiutoa lh,0 nrnl,0el that tho com- thrown up for tho Southern Pacloo
,h liland U 1( c"nKrp,,H ' grant "llroml coiiimcllon und has an out-
These COmp,el o'f-Kovornniont. 1ft1 to Sixth Htreet.
,0ni onn""in,l""1 '"'V0 nro,1B("l! '1'1, 'iH'thor ndvaiitngps of this
Ultra, h 1,1 1 ,l"l'rosoiitatlvo 'mlllsllu is that thero 11 ro two box
Rlc, Wl5ltti d' tllnt tl10 Por, f,,r,orl,,H lp"til directly ndjaceiit
to-Ulth. r ,,aH fuI1 """"orlty un'l lmlor Hold to olthor ot thoso
1lonnd that im'.'""' .'""""I'o'y mil'.. Iconconm would not liuvo to bo load.
'"Wilt to ti, 1 ,n " loirlalnturo l on board carH, niuklng n largo
ited. l "t 1111,,. i,(,lM do. huvIiik In freight nml labor.
I am willing to entor Into a con
tract on this IuihIh for n tonu ot
from ton to twenty yearn.
Thin Ih an opportunity for a plant,
to lqcato In tho clly without any In-
lllnl IIVtWiiiLiA t irnfiil Itur frt fn 1 1 rtti il '
uviimi ivi fiitiiiiMh (i imnuiui
trucks, no taxim on mlllslto and nlsn
no oxpmiHO for Ikhihos for employes,
hoarding houso or atore, ull ot which
will bo required If a Bawmlll plant
In located any pluco outsldo ot tho
ev P. HILL HUNTER.
being nn expert "bulldogger" In deal- der the enlarged homestead net. of -onventlon tho same week as Oregon bejeve m. wisl, win be realizel.
Ing with cattle. tho over 300.1100 acres of public land so that Roosevelt can speaiv . extensions and Improvements t
contmplate making will be a blgr ad
dition to the business establishments.
of the city and will be a matter ot
pride to Its citizens."
About five years" ago, when the J.
F. Mnguire company was first organ
ized, Charles P. Maguire came her
from Mt. Hebron, where he had been.
In the gncral merchandise business
for several years. Since that time ho.
SIXTEEN MONTHS TO A' DECISION-
"iS'J n' "'"
' J Irur?' T,U,y n",ro
Ul"whto S?' Cnllf0,,i, w3
'k'or.n' .'I0 ?ut u' roi.i-cr
r h been at nrfe ,or
1 . M I
j t y y vl" ( - 'Cy'.opooB t .MBor:fMM i
His tour will include several val
ley cities and probably one city 111
, eastern Oregon If present arrange
ments are followed. Pentleton. Sal
em. Eugene. Medford and Klamath
Falls have been mentioned but no
dt'flnlto dates have been set. No
diubl the local chapter of Tho Amerl
1 n Legion which meet tonight nt
s o'clivk In the City Hall will take . . ae"tivoi.. identified with the
-,!,... step, to Induce Roosevelt l:com,)anv he ins iPave. being presl-
spnk hero. tjent and treasurer of the concern.
" ".rht's nu'eting ot tho council. Hi, dogIr(J ,0 stcp (,own an(, out a
,1 nbich nil discharged soldiers. duo r,nclpaUy to a .wlsU to nnve aa
mlb.r-. and marlues are urged to be t,xc,lls,vo shoo Moro alld lt s with
t,v, nt will discuss verv Important 13t 0))d , y,ew tha, ,10 ,iropo,e3 to
I.umi.css that wljl be of Interest li open hnslne-ss at 715 Matn 5tr?ot. in-
, nil sonic men. Application for the slMnf. tUe ,atest eQul,,ment aad se7.
opening ot Title land for ex-soldlers ora, of th(, lead,nB Unes of ,adtJJ
may be formally made, to tho ';ov- snoeSi
! ornnu'iit it such a plan meets with ' .,
j approval at this evening's meeting,
IMANV P.NJOV SURPRISE PARTY.
RIGGS ARRIVES TONIGHT.
Second Lieutenant Robert Rlggs.
who has been in the air forces of the
United States army for tho past two-
I Esther wins receiveu an us.,-, year8i and 8pent somo few month3
ablo surprise yesterday evening when ;flvInK oa tlle front llnes in Praaoe,
u crowd ot friends, rememuenng ner( w,n no doubt arrIve , KlamaUl Pals
17th birthday, gatnereu at tne noma tonl ht accordlng to his brother.
RIggs enlisted soon after America,
th 1 entered the war and took his nre-
lawn was lighted .Uminary ground training at- the Unit
ems. Games were La states School of Military Aeron
autics at Berkeley, He spent most ot
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Will, In Mills Addition.
Shasta daisies decorated
houso, while tho
with Japanese lanterns
played, refreshments served and a
most enjoyable time reported.
Those present were: Alice Uer
llngs, Esther Uorllngs Maud Miller.
Inez Dell, Josephine McLaln, Ruth
Miller, AUa Ralph, Edna Perry, Va
lora Gibson, Forest Houston, Homer
Ralph, Forest Milter, Joe Carter,
John Carter. Walter Walker, Ray
mond Trimble and Glen Moore.
his flying period In Texas.
. ' .
ELKS TO FIGHT BOLSHEVISM.
ATLANTIC CITY, July 11.
Frank L. Rain, of Nebraska, was la
stalled Grand Exalted Ruler of tha'
Elks, today. He pledged the support
of all F.Iks In the warfare against