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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1919)
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KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2 1919
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1 DIKE LANDS
Price, Five Cent
From I'orllunil to Klamath Fall
and return In three und u Imlf day
In tin) hope of Lair (Iregory, Auto
mobile edllor of lli't MornliiK Ore
Ktllllllll, who wmh In Klumuth Falls
.., I.. II.. .... ..I... !.... .. .1... I.UirUrrM Itllk. I. lKIIIlllflni ll'oiul.
IUM niRIII "I " tllllllMl'lHIII l I HIT --..- -J , A ..""..- ,Ml,m
II rut lap of III" Journey. nt lliii-rliiutn Ijorigr Manager of
(Jrogory I making inn trip to ,. ,, um ArrVP fli-iv Nrt
Kulu first hand Infor-mullon for the .... K .
IS IN MAKING PRDFITEEfllNG
BISHOP PADDOCK IS
IN KLAMATH FALLS
I Jr 1E.K WVK dCKVltt
I a t i m
TU ...anrl automobllti page of the Hiiniluy On
Hundred inounu Koniuu that In followed by many
rilluturr lll Taku up
llm AIMinportJint Topic Will
Try to Relieve the Drouth-Striken
Arm- of That Section.
After a year's service overscan ns
a chaplain with tho V. M. C. A. Ulsh-'
op Robert L. Paddock rctiyned to
Klamath Kails taxi night, where he
will remain for a few dayH. j
I lllshop Paddock's work with the - JO I(0.tcj at the Potot yn
y. M. J. A. tooK mm over a great
nortlon nf Franco and nn In the flrht.!
Ing llnet. After his arrival and
i-iiainM over the stain. Thit article
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he will wrltu will bo of speclul Inter- .'" or more loggers nave HELENA, Mont., Aug. 2. Thj
short stay at Camp Pont-tenezan at
1 1 rest he wan sent to the front lines,
and was at Chateau Thierry, Bclteau
Woods and tho Marne and Vesle rlv-
tbe Strahorn Railroad Creates ttut
Sprague Hirer, and May Be New
Klamath County U to hare anoth-
'esl In that many motor parties will Uivn "l ork during 'be past week ,mlblllty that the report of the state 'crs. He then attended the men Injer townslte. If the plans of Means.
' be coming from Klamath Kails for ln Vrvpatln the woods at Harrlman ffcenry commission on alleged pro-, tho Argonne, and was sent back tojWolford and Wann of Yainax. and
k. v-lba PnnvnnilnM In Aniriiaf i.ougn wnero inp great naruecue 01. ri(i.i.rlii7 In Mnntnnn mnv l.n -...-.n.. the Paris headntiartpr of h "V."
I The start of tho trip was made on th" KlkH wl" " hl',d on Krl1ay cren-, topics taken up at the present spe-Hls last duties wore connected with
. n-rrldc the Thursday and the routo was by way ln' AU,tu"1 ' rial session of the Montana lcglsla-
peprtatat otwr f n0T1d. Mr. Orrgory arrived In " M tho """ of " D- MorteDon'Jture has greatly complicated the pro-
.ltbei"'0",n'0, ,n iri.m..K v.n. i..t ni.hi .nrf .111 . rhalrnun of the committee that has .. nf ,h,t i.nHv Th. !,. n,,..
lSmHUM Thote Hld- tQ Crtep uke a)( ntwa bf way the barbecue In charge, not to de-1 prme of the cxtraordlhary session wns'ne
iTivthe Klamath Project of Medford. Ut expects to arrive In roy the natural covering and shelter, relef for ,armftn, , thc drouth-o'
.,.u.u.u , ,., ,r-, uui simp.y 10 .,rcken areM of the state
.ultottaber Owners. Who Portland on Sunday night. ."orueu oy me treis out s.mpiy to
HltaB"- clear away the underbrush In order
u-1. Ouwce of Water Level- ..... ...T. It. m.v i. ... . ,. .a .J
kHriif tk protr't of the land-
. .ku th thore of the I p-
,o(tboM nndsr the Klamath
MARINES WANT MEN
1 i thn naRt few ilftvu. however, the statf
to make It easy for the crowd to ottMinty commission has taken up a
move about dtlrlnr the feait Thn . . .. . ... .,......
FUR AVIATIUN DUTY workmen will be kept at work Tor , compliance with a request of Coun-
sometlmo lor there Is much to belty Attorney Joseph K." Jackson of
The aviation section of the Mar- uonc lo Pul ""' grounus in tne Dest siler now county, In which ilutte Is
i.... ..... i. .....!. i K..i DOislble condition. --.
'"" " . . .! .k)..,l '"" -''' " ",.. umi ill -- IMIUUU'U.
wliaoBjeci 10 u" f0)r yrltr PMW mn for .! Many bonfires about the grounds' The efficiency commission wn ere
Hfktlln the power OUU po- , i.iM ..ui ..- . and surrounillnr nlnl. wilt nIH In1 . .... .L . ..,. ..... ....
MaMlltln for "B ' """ ehonlcs. electricians, wlroworkirs. furnishing light for the affair. It Is i orfjrlnnl nurno-ie was to study me-
ltdHiar disuui.;. ..c. - . woo,iworkl,rii w,.(ir. blacksmiths. a' Mr. Mortcnson's Idea to con-' ,ln,u f .,, vmnVni9 and m. of Katlons
ry UnoyeatercUr ;' ,(c Mpn of R00(, cnaractcr nn,, me. nect wires with the power line In1 commend more economical systems of
1 voertDr wu. l..i,.h i.h.i ...... ...,,.... oriler thut electrlr llchllnir mm- l.. ...... ., .-...-..... .. '
, ... -.i,,in ihe "",",",' .iim-u hid ni.nniui.iui j. -' - .iiuiniiihi r.iiiun mr im: niuiu, us iuw-
mAdmii rinaiii rha.m ..nii.iln f,,r ihl. il.nv ulli i,. Inslulled In several places. L. u i-i.i ,,.,.. r n.n ri '
inner . . .. " . .'"-' .""' t,.. ,..i .., .. . ...J " -...- , :: : .
sent to .Mare island, California for '","""u " l"u -r 'ai of living In the Rtate. nn which It was'
general field work, which. took him
over much of France.
uisnop raddocic will conduct a
service tomorrow morning at 11
clock In the Odd Fellows hall. His
sermon will view the American sol
dier in his fighting clothes, and the
many hardships and obstacles he had
At i o'clock and at 8 o'clock
Dlshop Paddock will give open lec
tures in the Odd Fellows hall, and
will touch on the part that America
played In the war along with our
Allies. Bishop Paddock will also dis
cuss the peace treaty and the League
, laca of the Upptr lake.
i Itrw of tnu coturnn mrj wll. ,.,., ,hn, i.ri1..ln l.,i,i,..i , ,..
I . . . ,ivi,i,, ulllilii '" "' I'-tiun iiuiiiimk anil bi- -.' io iiiuk'' u rron ui me ui'ii ruKumr
ImtoflnM lb. aywnt . ' rf com1l ,Bti w ,)(, (rang. evening lll bo ufferted by the use' iuiulli session.
UntjMri nd nsre jo.ini ri.pnlr N'nw h.n. of automobiles and all the boats that' if ,i. tiri..i,rv mn.mU.inn u rw.r.
tfillnf $80,000 for Its n Illinois. ean '" cured on tho Upper Klam-1 lntt,., , report' during the sperlt.1
L I t ... . ... . nth I.nlfi. Hi.ri.nH will lin In, III .in.l1 . . .. . .... . ..
... . .t .....,.. ..in iiii rrceivu u inoniiicii wiiiirai in 111 "" " -- spuimi. on iiie cosi ni iivinc in .no
Hll!MtliaunBIISH.K M. ir- ............... . Imn.U ulll llv..n II ....l.,- I... ........ I . ... . . ... . I
IVi .w.-i inn nnn nrrm nf land "" "r ,Brl ol ,"" aoove irutie i noy ' i"-nuna, n is expected wiai uie enure
lAieibool 100,000 ncrrn or latin, . . . .,....,
ni in auii. iu llllT IJMlfs nuilIUIlR " " " " lliunui will uij (UM.'W i nun luiunuuu
turning Almut half or those who at-, over nRaln. perhaps prolonging the
tend the barbecue will bo taken to n uhlch It was nt first thnuc"
Ire more than a week
USED IN PARADE
mil nnUirv unit will Involve
wciiruttlon of upproilmalely 2.'. ,rB'",1nK1,n "chitnlca! work.
.it-,i tkM isit the re-enforcliiK ' "'" " " wonnenui opponiiiiity
mmii btta coa'lructcd I
IflJ mll of drkw that' have til- for '""" ""'" "' lcurn Profitable """''"''' IJiIgn by boats imd barges, j W0Ud not requ
:...'.'...'..... .trade at the expense of tho govern- Acllv" Preparation of tho menu r ten days
Th lurthfr claimed It lll I... A large percentage or men 1 H'O foodstuffs that will bo used
K lo .o drt rmlal Kork on avlalon Iity are non-rommls- f"r '- '"'rbecue ulll be sturled tho AHIHTHiXs .MAIIK TO i:i.KK HAM,
taJHHirtfcriiiMUBWekPHiHi "l01""1 offl("n, "' " f u,M 'W'ln of n..xt wi-ek with llw nrrlvnl
IMRlRruloUkenraofalllli roc"1" '" "'I'Htlon to their regular "' ' K- oefe. of Salinas. Cnllfor- New plush mnroon-rolored rush.
(juulntness niul Originality Prevail
In (ire.it KthnoKrnphlr Parade lit
Trans) Ivnnla During Itecent Visit
Wk titer ami not Interfere with '"')' c0 Percent inrreasc. Merhaulrs
ftlnlMoIth lands tributary to,wno entered at tho beginning of the
On I war with qualifications allowing
a. . . . . . tlin.l. In nn rn ah... OAA .nn..
iitiimn( oi mil ronirnri is ino ",v ""' ui"J -." ur .. ....
tauaiMtlon of one of Hie mot in- Pr ,Io' '" C,VH Hfo are now expert
fewudMli that boa eer bevu per mechanics and are securing upon
KtnWIs tho ct nml ther Is no ill'ehorg", positions paying $10 00
Wrtion htcrer but (lint It will lo $12 00 pvr day.
W to ono of tho bitterest fli;bis Further Information regarding
eenuttJ on Ihp Count It In -aluo- this unusual offer may be obtained
ktet'MJectlal lo the California. Ore- by writing to tho U. S. Marine Ile-
l fowtr company that It be tier- crultlng Station. 3d' & Alder Sis..
lilted to construct tlio dam urross Portland, Oregon.
mi mier, tuo building of which
nit hfe will have full charge of the ! Ions hne been Installed on the wnll
feeding of the army of 2000 that aro'aeuts of the upper-meeting hull In i
expected to go to linrriman Lodge
IOWA Wll.l. riOIIT HKiH COSTS
Mle necwsary tho dyking for which - (;.,. rnment Pinim-iiio to rnem.
.netici: to si'uscniitr.ns.
twtwntrwUwerolKBd. It would
Wa Hit tho Interior DcDartmenl U
tw more Interested In tho welfare! Subscribers receiving their
lilt Calif Ornla-OreEon I'nwnr mm. . nnners thrnnrh thn 1..11IU urn re.
W l-an It is In tho rights and ln- quested to examine tho date fol
ti of Unpeople, of tho Klam 'lowing their names. It tells
. w' " T" e"ort that huss you when your subscription ex
plrcs. When this ditto Is roach-,
ed, your paper will be stopped.
unless you have renewed your
subscription. During the' pnst
month wo have been lenlont on
this point, because wo hevo
s been revising and corroctlrs
our list and wanted to hnvo It
absolutely correct before p'lli
made to tare to the Prolect n.
J ui power possibilities, for
Wa the peooe havn nni.i n ,i...i..
ta teea Mocked by departmental
?Wtl. Bnl the end la not et.
l HK PIlOOUKSSIXfi M.ovi(V.
"""""'. AUC. 1 nn.. r. s. . . ... .. .. .........
ftilMif.i ,u '....Mi.iii ,- iiMiing mis notice, tiegiiiiunif
ldle. 1 , prn.u,"" l!nt' for, discontinued when tho ta.ilrn
--- -iu uiuwinc iiiu'
. d hlch the ici nut.
' " lrt!ury to si,
-nro tho ox-
KL? ,,bulW,nB """tprliili,
I ,WfA mug TIKSKIXS.
fcint,!0 01 8Un"nten,lent
fhi y.earS nml a ,,a".
Nif"""" to tho
N. MUll,b "eld this after
Se the house
tton doto Is reached. No .itt.Mi
tlon will bo paid to tho iinine of
tho snbscrltior. Tho mfilUiu
Hermannstndt, Transylvania, Aug.
2. Ethnographic parades ln which
; tho people were dressed In clothing
of a thousand varieties, were some
j the Klks lodge rooms nml add eon- of t,ie plcturcsrille features of the re
sldernbly to the general appearance cnl v(hU of K,K Fer(Unand and
of the room Heavv muroon eurtnlns Queun Mar!e ,0 TransyVania, for
hnve alxo been pl.-ced on the win-1 , . of Hungary, but lately
(lO S. I Annmi.,P(1.l t,i Dnmnninn trnnnc
j 1-UllJlll.t 1.1 V -.(wvcua
Four million Rumanians of Trim
svlvanla had looked forward for
years for this time toi cop-f. when
tho country in which they lived
would again be reunited to Rumania,
and they saw In the coming of the
king and queen evidence that this
I In quaintness, originality and
color, tho parades held In many cities
and towns for tho benefit of the king
'and queen could hardly bo exceeded
Tho clothing worn by the peasants
1 . .UHnA.l ..... II. . In ...l.t. ItlA ..nnc.
LONDON', Aug. 2 Tho payroll of noZEMAN', Mont.. Aug. 2. A """ ""-" "" ", ,,,,
tho uuemploed to whom tho gov, home coming reception, entertain- "B nturlcB. Some looked "though
ernment Is making a weekly dole ,, and celebration for soldiers. hnl ste"ped ou hf e " 'b "'
has been reduced by about COO.OOo'aUors and marines from Gallatin J1" woro, sacukcloth' homespun,
' Itllllier. ..unci, aiiucs, mc im-cz ...nil.
plu) el .Matei'litlly l-oseneil 1N-bin-sliiK
Oltlrlals Are I'rged to lie
DKS M01Ni:S, Atirf. 2. Oovornor
VV I.. H.irdliiK started n campsiign
to reduce the high com of living In"
Iowa, by sending orders to all county
nttornejs to meet hero Friday to
discuss ways and means of fighting
WIMi KXTKUTAI.V SOLDIERS
lll'IIIMi IHO ELK COXVEXTOX
names slnco May Inst when the gov- county, who havo returned from sor-,
ernment drew Its purse strings tight- vice, Is to bo held hero August 12,
er. From November to May tho 13 and 14, In connection with tho
weekly benoflts woro paid to about state convention of the Elks Lodge,
$1,2110,000 persons. Payments nro to be ln session hero at that time,
now being made to about 750,000. I The returned bervlco men aro to
At first tho amount paid tho mon bo the guests of this county on tho
out of work was $G a week, $5 to lust duy of tho convention, and ro
woiuen, $:i to bojB nml $2:50 to reptlons mid other social gatherings
girls. 1 will be held In their honor. They
Thoro were smaller grants for will also bo guests at tho Wild West
children, so that It was possible for exhibition to bo held hero during tho
with flowing sleeves worn by the old
Romans, leather girdles for carrying
weapons, highly colored sashes and
shawls, beaded aprons and buckskin
Queen Marie, radiant and happy,
was tho idol of nil. Ileside her stood
her favorite child, tho little Princess
Iloyana, a prototype of her beauti
ful mother. King Ferdinand was
dressed In tho uniform of a general.
four Elks convention
children to draw nenrly $11 a weok,
an unskilled workman with
clerk will simply exnmlnii Ihn
dnte, nnd If It Indicates that thn , which was more than some could
earn nt work.
1 When the Joyful news of this pay
for doing nothing spread, many tlr-
ed workers Immediately resigned
, their Jobs and enmo upon tho gov
ernnmeut, according to testimony In,
subscription 1ms not been -nowed,
then ho will romov.i It
from tho list. It Is not a ques
tlon of credit or anything of tho
kind. It Is simply n systematiz
ing of our mailing operation,
and must be followed rigidly to
ennblo us to avotd making mis
takes. When you ronow your
subscription, no receipt will bo
tho courts, while others who never
hnd doiio nor wished to do any work
.found themselves In tho happy post
YOUNG BOYS W i
N I ME
TROTSKY MAY TAKE
LENINE'S PLACE IN
CONTROL OF REDS
1 STOCKHOLM, Aug. 1. Tho Svon-
ska Dagblntt has information that
'premier Nikolai Lcnlno Intends to
(rotlro after beginning a drastic
sent, but tho date following your
name will bo changed. Watch
this, nnd you will then know
that your money hns been re-
s celved and that you have been
The attention of our city sub
scrlbers la called to the fact
thai on next Saturday tho car-
rlors will eoltect for the paper.
Please' be 'prepared to' pay them
10 that they will not havo to
make more, than one call. We
ask thU out of consideration for
the boye, who luffer as much
front the heat do their eld
IUNDO.V. Aug. 2.-Harold How.ctaW P0"0-"' 0ne "h Mdl;
. ...... . 1l K rift-ml Wnrrinn II wnrn "! ul l"u ivhujiiidui n ... u v..v
uon 01 gaming unespocioa manna-.. -.-. - --"- "' " " Leon Trotsky, war minister, will be
ZretiTom tho government' ' haf S'U'SSS Juh JU nd of the red army,
to nursing otZl XeTtoZn bo murder of young Lillian Louth- .SiToSSlJZ
toward tho .Ida of generosity and old, tho pretty high school girl whoso J'
this policy appears to have prevail- body was found In a brush heap last ZZu mnes.' aided by
" ..... . ihn ntnllnv nmnnv ihn nlllasl rrnnna
n-, Sheriff Gago said that a 22 rine "'" "' - r"
KLAMATH FAI.US GIRL MAHHIED "wed out to a 25 callbro was found
I In tho possession of Howell. Clr-
'cumstuntial evidonco points to tho
Ollvo Mastcn, a graduato of tho
boys, as they woro both seen In tho
f-.n...n.1 T.n11n TTIf.1, Qnl.nnl U'fla tl.nr.
, ' ," " "" "" T" n . vicinity of the murder Sunday aftor
r od yesterday to Charles n. waden- '
.. '...,.' nnn i. T.w.ion noon. J. D. Worden, father of Car
JU JCOIOUJ uiioiiiuui. "j -...w
of Peace N. J. Chapman.
irol Worden, declares that his son
NEW ENTERPRISE FOR CITV.
Tho National Auto Accessory Com
pany, conducted by W. E. Smith and
J. H. Taylor of this city has opened
a now establishment at 119-4th
street. Immediately back of the First
Mr. and Mrs. Dadonfleld will moko.was eating supper at his home at , National Dank. A large stock of
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their home In Honolulu after spend-,o'ciock sunaay, wnen mo muraor
in two weeks with friends of the ( was supposed to hae been com
bride In Poe Valley.
goods Is arriving, which Includes
tires, tubea, and everything of the
)E. B. Hall of this city are carried to
fruition. The site is located at tho
point where the Strahorn railroad,
crosses Spragim River, and consists
of 100 acres. The deal for the land.
It Is understood, was closed this af
ternoon. It Is reported that It that
intention of the gentlemen who havpa
purchased the property to movs
what there Is of the town of Yalaax
to the new site.
It is the hope of the promoters
that it will be possible to indaea
some of the sawmills, that will coast
In by reason of the construction of
the Strahorn railroad, to locate thaiar
plants on the banks of the Sprague.
making it possible for the bulldlasx
up of a new town within the bona.
daries of the county.
Under the present plans of tk
builders of the Strahorn line, It la
the intention to build a shoo-fly
around the tunnel that will hare ta
be constructed Just this side of the
Sprague River. This shoo-fty will
start at a point about in the center
of Squaw Flat, and skirt the timber
holdings of Ed DuFauIt, Captain.
Siemens. Dr. Daniels and others,
and strike the river at a point closo
to where the new townslte is to be.
After the tunnel is finished, it is
the intention to let the shoo-fly re
main as a logging road.
The property purchased for tho
townsite was owned by C. O. Clop
ton, who was owner of 120 acres. 20
of which he retained, with the ex
pectations that It may prove valua
ble as "an addition to the new city."
SALEM, Ore., Aug. 2. The resig
nation of Colonel m John Slay from
command of the Third Oregon In
fantry was reported to have filed last
night in' I'ortland, wls expected by
adjutant General Stafrln today.
Stafrln said the resignation waa
due to the protests made by return
ed over-ceas men against the colonel.
Only 10 companies of the Oregon re
giment so far have been federalized
due to the failure of the officers of
some other companies to qualify. As
soon as all the captains have quali
fied an election will be called to elect
a man to succeed Colonel May. Col
onel Abrams of Salem hns been men
tioned for the position.
IN BUCK BELT
CHICAGO, Aug. 2. Chicago ex
perienced its first quiet In nearly a
week following a long strain of blood
shed that has prevailed during tha
recent race riots.
Calm has been the rule ln the
black belt for the last twelve hours.
Only one fist fight between a whits
and black has been reported. Street
car service has been resumed follow
ing the acceptance of the wage seals
of 65 cents per hour for surface em
ployes and 67 cents for elevated men.
An incendiary fire declared to hars
been started by negroes early today
swept the district near the stock
yards that is Inhabited by Polish and
Lithuanian employes. Three persona
wero killed and many were injured.
The property loss will amount to
1200,000. Three thousand people
are without homes, as a result of tho
fire. State troops dispersed the
crowds that gathered. A bad feeling
was aggravated between the whites
and blacks on acocunt of the burning.'
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