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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1919)
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Thirtccntli Year No. 3,678
KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1919
Price, Five Cento
WHY COTS ,
ASSURED FDR !
.State Adjutant General
Promiie Use cf Cot
MAY SECURE BLANKETS
me AMortoltn ITolilmt Will Try
ad (let Blankets While In Seattle
iWlflon I-odgr Wl '" "w
ItoonJui." nl "WIW Went"
Assurance Inmi the "Mice of tho
SUIeAdJutriitOfitcrrtl Hint 200 nrmy
toU ould to shipped u Klitmnth
Falls for use durliiK the Klk nmvoii
tlon free of cost save, shipping, wait
received today In letter lo W, ()
Smith, cliulrmiiii f ihe local comnm
teo on accnmtiiodutlonii Word also
lent to Mr Kmllh tliru a telegram
from r W Kenned. President
Df tho Stad' Association of F.lfc was
-thai ho would make every effort to
tecuro llio tine of army blanket wlillo
In Seattle, and also additional rots
"Wt will place tin' rot In any of
the many room nnd ImlU that at-'1
arallalile aboui town. oald Mr
Smith. "They wilt aid materially In
jolrlnc our Mk problem of having n
lil for every delegate " Many famil
ies ire willing to house two or three
roomers for llu three-day seslon If
they can secure cuts for them I feel
aimed that w ran net more cots ast
well a !ilaiikiu for thorn "
Word of (nihtiHlanm are Ih-kI nnlnn
to find their way lo Klamath Pulls
from th arloin lodge ovot llio state
telllnK of tho Idg taiiKtmrds limy nro
irolng (o eond. Loike No 2S. at Pcu
rtlclon plans to add n tonrli to ttin
"RoumM'p" juul "wild wmi" spirit
that has sent tludr fame, over tho
country They expect to iul many
members who are "Houiuliii" perfor
men, a few "good. Ilvo Indian" and
"Cowhoys" who wilt perform tlurliiK
In three-dm- irnflinrltii-
1'oslers for tho big convention have
1xea tent allover tho rtato and aro
most attractive. Thoy contain cum of
Crated Lake, Mount Shasta, Upper
Klamath Lake, a well an picture of
Mayor Struhlo nnd tho local Rika'
The complete program as officially
nnounced Is as follews:
Thursday, August H.
Morning Mooting of oil dologatos
r reception rommltteo. upon tlio ar
rival of train and auto parties.
ItcKlstratloi, at headquartor. In
the Elks Temple All inks will rocolvo
pi?0 . P' ,n n'ntlc contest.
Ll I'0',K,, v" Mo.lfor.1
w?,iVmpom,on for ",0 "K'on'
JJvWtm,. ,,,. ,llllrot,CIlil.
Ellis 'tJ'i. lnsntofl rohsIoii.
'J' Temp,,. All i:!fi ,nvtp(i
lob, p":,."1, T:iRlon to Hnrrlmnn
, Pellcan by boat nnd
7;3o n v' n
taclng.P' m,"Streot carnival ami
Mrlou effort, i. ,7Jnpan wl
iwin. . m"rovo 1,or ,mvy
ar,CtoS L amn,fometan'l
OF BOYHOOD DAYS
I'lfly five H'Urit ili:o Volliei CnlvlK
riimii lulu III" IC lit ii i it 1 1 1 liimln wlili a
company of Culled tlttiii' oldiir In
xi'iirt'li of it Port locution. I.leuietiuiii
Colonel i H. Drew wan In elm rue of
llio oxpedltlou which cnnie here with
Hut plirpokM of hulldliiK n I'ort Unit
whlto people lillKht feel mife In nettle!
the Klitnmlli country. Mr. CoIvIk. who'
3k HpeiulliiK ihe itununer In Klumailil
Kullii with IiIh ilaiiKhter, Mrif. 1. W.
Kauford, hii)m Itmt they didn't nee a
white man outitlile of their compuny
III thin whole country, hut thai there
worn thounandu of unrlvlllted In.
dlanit catnplnff In orory direction.
An thorn wunit't any good xranN
laud uroiind Klamath Full Ihe nlKht
finally cIioohuii win thai of Kurt
Klamath, now on tho Indian renc na
tion. The Koldlerx went on lo .luck.
Bonvllle, then the larKent Helliment
III Houtlieru On-con, and made a con
tract with peoplti thuro for tho hulld
Iiik of a Kort
Mr. CoIvIk look a trip around the
luko thin week In noarch of old lund
markN. Ho found them very hard to
find nlnco durliiK tho fifty year thnt
have paitiied, many rreat trees havo
Krown up where In IKfi.1 there wan
nothliiK. I.lkuwliio the old I'ort luii
htirned and u new town lias criiwn
lip III Km place,
Mr CoIvIk w-k county Jiidse of
Juckiton county for neveral vearit and
later practiced law In liranlit Pnni".
V M Colvlir. IiIh hrother wiih nt one
time DUtrlcl attorney for Klamath
County ami will he well remeuihered
liy old rviildonta) hero.
TRADE INCREASE RETURN TO IRK
CoiimiI for Mexico Sii)t Melco'i
Trade With the Cnllc.l Klalei Will
Aliiotinl to 1II,(M(),(KHI,(MH
j DKNVKIt. Colo. July 21 Mi-xIco'h
K trnili- wild the Cnlted States will
amount to 1 1,000, 000. 000 a year
Telephone Operutori All Along Hie
Count It?uiin" Work San Fran
cIhco ami Sacramento Kmployen
llcfiltatc AImhu Iteturning to Km
when normal condition arn r"lor
vil HOiilh of the Itlo ('.ramie, according
Mm. W. It. Htrlckland fihrii Puce
by Kind Iluoliieii Men Coroner's
Jury Koucrali Ihuplojer of St'K-llltenco
t I o A. .1 Ortiz, con Kill for Mexico at
Denver, with Jurltidlctlon over Color
'.ado. Molilalia and WyomliiK Mr. Or
. tlz, who Ik a native horn American
1 citizen of Hpunlnh ancestry, has heen
j In the coiiHiilar service here for elRht
fen yearn. diirlnK which time he has
; made a close Htudy of the trade rela
tions between tho two nmntrliw
"Fully .10.000 Moxiraim have en
tered the Cnlted Stolen during the,
last two yearn, said Mr Ortiz. "Many
of Ihem have returned to their natln1
land, many more Intent! to do no
orontually When these ImmlKrantt
repatriate tliemnelvi. they will carry
with them some of the American
, Mtandurdt of IhliiK The yw 111 wain
American Koodn to Hittlnfy tliee ne'V
Hlandardrt of llvlnit They will want
. taKti-H to their fellow ceuntrymen:
'and the Culled StntPH will hnve
trade monnply of lmmene value"
i "Mexico Is alreody enfi-rluK upon
her period of reconstruction She
J needs steel for her railroads, machin
ery for her mines anil aj;rlcultur:tl
i Implements for her farms. A I read v a
number of friendly manufacturers
' have ewtniiiiHhed branch factories In
"l iiforlunaiely. political condition'
below the border are still such as to
Tetiiril the economic development of
Mexico lint I niu confident that the
J period of readjustment l at hand,
and that conditions will soon lie stnb
allred When that time come. Ameri
ca will see that there Is no antoRon-
Ism aKitlnst her on the part of any
chlh-'en In Mexico
PORTLAND, Ore.. July 21. Port
land renumed Its normal telephone
service today with the return to work
of 800 striking telephone operators,
In accordance with the vote they took
) est onlay.
Registration for tho returning em
ploes was held at 8 o'clock, and all
were put to work. Union leaders an
nounced that some girls were work
ing with ribbon badges. Others held
out but were finally allowed to go-to
work Many lineman, who had been
striking, also returned to work. The
strikers claimed a victory In that they
have been allowed a wage Increase.
SA.V FRANCISCO. Cal.. July 21.
Few striking tlelphnne operators re
turned to work today, in accordance
wltli the vote they took yesterday to
stay out. Nineteen unions on the
coast have reported that they will
continue to strike, although 10 will
return to work. A meeting will be
held tomorrow to settle the issue. Re
porn are that strikers In Spokane
and l.os Angeles hnve returned to
v.prk In Seattle 900 striking ope
rators returned to work, as well as
many j-leclrfcal workers Sacramento
operator, have voted to remain out.
P. M. RIEDY HERE ON
VISIT OF INSPECTION
I' M Reldy. formerly Identified
with tho First State and Savings
bank anil owner of considerable prop
erty In thlH city, Is making a flying
visit to Klarnath Falls for the first
tlmo In several years. He arrived
here last night and expects to return
to his home In Long Beach, Califor
nia In the morning. The purpose of
his visit Is to Inspect the building now
being erected for him at the corner
of Seventh and Klamath avenue, as
well as look Into the advisability of
erecting another structure on prop
erty In the same vicinity.
"Great changes have taken place
since I was here last, and from indi
cations and Judging from what little
I hare picked up since coming, Klam
ath Falls has at last hit her stride."
said Mr. Iteldy today, "t have had
faith In the ultimate growth of the
city and am more convinced than
ever that Klamath Falls will be one
of tbe Important cities on the Coast.
It looks like she was just entering
upon what will prove to be one of her
greatest areas of development and I
look for greater changes In the next
few years than have occurred in the
WILSON SENT TO
President Suffers from Iynentry
After Week-end Cruise All Bbv
gaftements Cancelled With Sea
WASHINGTON, July 21, Presi
dent Wilson wag ordered to bed br
his physician. Rear Admiral Grayson,
after returning from a week-end
cruise to Hampton Roads.
Admiral Grayson announced that
the President was suffering from an
attack of dysentery. His condition is
not serious and he may be able to re
ceive callers before the end of th
week. All engagements with the Re
publican Senators concerning the
League of Nations and Peace Treaty
have been cancelled. The President
has been feeling badly for several
COCIM.K MAItltlKD IV PORTLAND.
HOl'SK DKFKATS MOTION
TO ALLOW LIQUOR IN HOMf?.
BALDWIN CO. BUYS
MOLINE PLOW STOCK
Sympathy, In the form of -i miIi
scrlptlou iininunlliirf to JSO from rev
ial business men of the city wu the
henitfull exiejiilon tendered ti .Mrs
V I.. Strl Hi.:f widow of William
I Strickland, who was killed I'r -ilny
, afternoon wlillo attempting toiuoo
n live wlro over the roof of n houne
on Third Street between High and
When It was learned that Mrs
Strickland wan without friends In
Klamath Fulls, and thul she ned"il
money to defray the expense of her
trip to Sacramento and tho moving
of her husband's body, tho reipome
Was most generous. Shu desired lo
borrow the. money but friends pre
vented It by making up a purse thru
Those who aided Mrs. Strickland
nnd tho amount given are as follows.
W. O. Smith. $2.r.; N. .1. Chapman,
3; I. II. Struhlo, i'r. Klamath Pack
ing Company, $.'; Wllliinl Smith. $;
Frod Gordon, J 2 .'.0; Archie Peier
8on, $2..0; 11. Campbell. $H; i: H.
.Lnwrenco, $o; George i:. Ilrnilnark.
$n; A. S. Ilennott, $2. fill; George .1.
Walton. $2. no anil The Herald. f.
Mrs. Strickland loft this morning
for Sacramonti) whore Mio will meet
her rotnllvpf. They will proceed to
llroutwoll where the body of William
Strickland will ho bulled.
A coronor'B Jury held session for
nearly two hours Saturday after
noon nt Whltlock's I'ndortnlclng Par
lorn to detormlno tho cnuso.of tlio
tluath. They roturned a verdict ex
onerating tho omployor, Wlllar.l
iiilth, of any negligence, and that
death resulted when Strickland camo
ill contact with two Ilvo wires.
Ni:W KA.NS AT Till: I.IItl'.IITV.
For the purpose nf making It more
( comfortable for the patrons, the Lib-
ertv Theatre has installed two 21-
; Inch electric fans, and as a result
j there Is a decidedly more comfortable
atmosphere In the Liberty these hot
afternoons and evenings, which is
jgratly appreciated by thoso attending
the shows In this popular play house.
i A deal was consummated last Sat
urday, whereby the Baldwin Hard
, ware company has acquired tho stock
' and Klamnth county agency of tho
Oregon Mollne Plow company, here
1 tofore controlled by the Farmer Im
j piemen t nnd Supply House- nnd later
by .1 K. Patterson. The transaction
, Is one of the most Important that has
occurred In the Implement business
of the city for many years, and means
.that this well known line, which has
! been sold to farmers throughout this
part of the state, will be continued
jahd kept up-to-date by tho big con-
Surprise has been the lot of many .
of the young friends of Lillian Schu-'
bert and Wilbur A. Arnold in learn
ing of their recent marriage In Port
land Mr. and Mrs. Arnold attended
.school In Klamath Falls some few
years ago and are well known by
manv They wore married on Julv 1
by Yr Black, pastor of St. Francis
Church. Their honeymon was spent
In Seattle and other points ot interest
For the past two years Mr. and
Mrs. Arnold have resided in Portland.
Mrs. Arnold was employed by the V. '
S. National Bank. Mr. Arnbld is now
a traveling salesman for the North-!
western Hardware Steel Co. I
WASHINGTON, July 21. By the
overwhelming vote of 107 to 3 the.
House today defeated the motion to
strike from the prohibition enforce
ment bill, the provision providing the
storage of liquor in the home for per
IN BIG PAGEANT
American Soldier Students at Ox
ford Take Part in Great Victory
Paeeant American and Japaa
com that has purchased It.
ItOI.SIICVIK HOLD MLMIIKRS. I
TREATY IS URGED
nc-s in This City
PTOC'.'HOI.M. July 21 Word
was lecelved hero today that the Bol
shevik Coernment at Petrograd had
refused to release five members of the
Swedish Legation who were recently
arrested there. The Swedish foreign
office Is of the opinion that represen
tatives of tho othor nations will prob
ably bo arrested also.
, WASHINGTON. July 21 Demo
cratic Senator, Pomerone. of Ohio,
i urged tho prompt and ur.resorved
ratification of the Poaco Treaty and
. League of Notions today In a speech
I before tho Senate. He said that the
, League was not a sure preventative of
wars but that it would tend in that
(direction, and could bo amended n
i experience required.
President and Mrs .Wilson with King and
Queen of the Belgians at Brussels Palace
- .-kv v,n- i w-
VISITORS liKAVH FALLS
AFTKK PLHASUKR TOUK.
Roland Ilarrlinan nnd Robert A,
Lovott, accompanied by their wives,
left yesterday for San Francisco nftor
spondlng some llttlo time at tho vari
ous sconlo' resorts about Klamath
Thoy spont a fow days at Ilarrlman
.Lodge, woro fishing iu tho lakes
about tho Roguo Itlvor country, and
vlsllod Crater Lnko. Mr. Ilarrlman
was particularly gratified at tho
growth and changes that Klamath
Falls had undergone sluco his last
visit of 12 years ago.
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K a.,t. -tjfj?y.vs tw-CTr.-,w,.Iv.
I OXFORD, England, July 21. tt
fell to Oxford to Inaugurate Eng
land's peace celebration with a Joy
ful Victory Pageant, and thirty-odd
American soldier students took part
in one of its most stirring episodes.
1 "Tl,a AlHns n.,.1 ! Tl.lt. F.
j ,.c .rwKca unit mc uiiuau cm-
, pire" wa? the subject of the vast
! drama, xihlch was dedicated "to the
Government is AdveitislK for Quar- valant ,,vng and the nob,e dead whQ
tcrs for Housing the Postal Busi- fought to bring about the peace of
the world." The scene was the uni
versity's football field, a huge lawn
with a back ground of noble old
Where 's tho nostoffico to be lo- trees-
cated for the next five to ten vears. ' BeIBlum' Serbia. France. Japan,
That is a question that is going to i ItaI" and Amarica we"e the Allies re
be on the tongue? of tho people of 'Presented. and the pageant laurels
this city with increasing frequency ' fel1 to Japan and America. The Jap
, for tho next few weeks, due to the anese scene was a Cherry Blossom fea
, fact that the postottice department Is jval wich TOO children, wonder
I asking 'cr prapomls tc lease quartets I ful,y arraJ'ed- Participated.
Jor th.i poptoffice In t.'il'. city. The ' The Ameriean episode, a mixture ot
bulldlns must bo lo.-aicd within -i ' hIstor-v and allegory was the signal
reasonable dislanco of the business ' for tIle first ",artial sounded by the
I section, miiBt h.ivo nt least 3,000 j naSeant- and it stirred the big crowd
I square fett. plenty of light "an I to a hogh p,tch of enthusiasm.
must be heated aiul lighted by tho' "The 0Ia Country and the New.
'owner. In addition, if the site should l1496 and 1917'" tIle episode waa
happen to bo within a radius of elch-l termei1, The tirst scene represented
I ty rods from the railroad terminals, ' a 1ler of Bristal Q"a" and tho de
I it would have a favorable bearing up-! l,arture of the caravel to take John.
I on tho selection. j Cabot and his sons to the new world.
I Tho Icaso for tho present location , In tuo "oxt sc?ne. "1917" the Am-
expires on tho first of next January. eri"al f'aK was depicted as wavlns
. Tlio building is owned by II. F. Mur- over tho lK,ul tho Cabots went to
i dock and was erected especially for fIn'1, Heralded by the Spirit of Free-
tlio postoffico and rented for tho pal- rt"1 symbolised by a young English
try sum ot sercnty-firo dollars a woman m a flowing white robo. Ant
month. In addition to tho room. Mr. i erlca l'o'ned hands with the Allies in
Murdock had to furnish the equip-! resisting tho common dangor. Thetf
ment such as the letter boxen, n de'ichment of the United States
desks, tables and tho like. Also thoiArm' student soldiers, marched out
heat, light and water, so it will bo ' ou tho f'eul w'th Old Glory waving
nrfii ""- f:
soon that after ho got thru with
Undo Sam ho had mighty llttlo loft
for his Investment and nothing for
A number of sites have, already
been offered for tho consideration
ot tho government, tho owners stat
ing their willingness to erect tho"
proper building and equip It if they
(aro given a loaso. All propositions
must bo submitted to tho Inspector at
Roseburg, Orogon, not later than Au
NIGHT SHIFT STAItTF.D.
A night shift, consisting of 30 men,
was put onlast night by the Big
'Lakes Box Company, It Is the present
plan of the company to continue the
shift until November.
in tho evening breeze, a thrill of ad
miration seized tho spectators and
they jumped to their feet, cheering.
A gay interlude was tho Banbury
Bevels, showing a country holiday ot
tho time ot Queen Elizabeth and illus
trating songs nnd dances of old-tim
Morrie England. There were May
'poles and a May Queon iu scarlet
dross nnd yellow hnlr of remarkable
'length, who rode a cock horse to Ban
bury Cross. It was a children's frolic.
In all, more than 2000 children wera
seen in the pageant.
A notable scene was a Serbian vil
lage spinning meeting, featured by
native songs and dances. The chief:
'performers wero Serbian students re
sident iu Oxford.
The pageant was concluded witk.
a grand march of war workers. v